28 Haziran 1842 Tarihli The New York Herald Gazetesi Sayfa 1

28 Haziran 1842 tarihli The New York Herald Gazetesi Sayfa 1
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\ 1 I -U U1LL? WBS2 \ TH1 Vol. vni.?Ho. 1T7.?WW? Ho. 30411 REGULAR PACKETS. NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PA T? ail!?:asi New York on the 23th awl Liverpool on the 13th nf tack launlk. m. m & Ship 8UXBIDA.N, Captain F. A. Deiwytier, tHh May. Ship (PORICR, Win. Skiddy, 2ith June. Ship ROBCIUB, CspUun John Collins. Mth July. 8hM> HID DONS. Captain E. B. Cobb. ?th August. From Ltvanrooi.. Ship SIDDONS. Cantuu E. B- Cobb. 13th Juim. in thecsly of New York, with each imiiroTcmenu u combine Hiaat ipft'il witli uuiisual comfort '?r K very .cant Eli b#Ju taken iu tTTe arrangeme nt of their accommodations Tbr idee af uasaaga heuc* u $10Uf lor which ample storri * ill b* ucovided. Theie ahi|>a are commanded by exnencuced 1?*.? W|M> w,li nuke erery aertiou to give general sau.facU<Nellher the captains or owner. of the ships will be re*p>u*ible Tor any letter., inrrois or pnekwe. MM by them, unless regular b'U. of hdiiut we therefor. Thei Aipa of thi. line will hereafter go armed, and their pecuI.., obtutnKtiou give, them Meurity not posse ised by any other bat gessels of war. ^rrCoLTlTrf South ?t.. New York, o* to WM. It JAS. 6R0WN k CO., Liverpool. Lettera by the packet, will be cl'.rged 12S cents per single dwrt; S# cent, per ounce, and newspapers I cent each. m7 NEW YORK AND HAVRE PACKETS. (SECOND LINE.) M. M. ML thi? Un^SIi hereaueMeare Nt^orK the lwmel Havre on the 16th of each month, as follow. : From Now York. From Havre. Tim sew ahip ONEIDA, ( Ut March ( 16th April Captain < let July < 16th August Junes Funck, ( Ut November r 16tk December Ship BALTIMORE. 11st April ( 16th May Captain < 1st August < Ifitli September Edward Funck, (1st Decern*r f 16th January ShipUTICA. i 1st May t 16th June Cuptaia \ 1st Septemb'r j 16th October! Frederick Hewitt, ( l?t January ( lGfh February New thipST.NICOLAS, 11st June ( 16th July Captain < 1st October < I6?h November. J. B. Pell, ( 1.1 February' 16tn March The accommodations of these ships are not surpassed, combining all that may be required for comfort. The price of cabin passage is $100. Passenger, will be supplied with every re qnjtiu. with the exception or wiuns .nuil liquors. floods intended for those vessels will be forwarded by tlie Mhaenbera, free from any other tlian the expenses actually incurred ou thrm. fre^.U at 9 Tontine Buildings. FOR NEW ORLEANS. LOUISIANA AND NEW YORK LINE OK PACKETS. Foruiouetter accoininodatiou of shippers it is imended to detliarcb a ship from this port on the 1st, 5th, fcth, ljth. 20th, and JSth of each month, commencing the 10th October and continuing until May, wheu reitular days will be appointed for the remainder of the year, whereby iprrat delays and disappointments will be pr*vanted during the ^tminer monllis. The following hips will commence this arrangement: Ship YAZOO. Cantain Cornell. Ship OCONEE, Captain Jackson. Ship MISSISSIPPI. Captain Hilliard. Siiip LOUISVILLE, CaigainHsst. Ship SIlAKSPEARE, Cajitaiu Miner. Ship OASTON. Captain Latham. Ship HUNTSViLLE, Oa|itaiu Msmford. Ship OCMULQEE, Captain Leavirt. Ship NASHVILLE. Capuin Dickinson. Ship MEMPHIS. Cuptain Knight. Ship LOUISA, Captain Mulford. * These ships were ell built in the city of New York, expresejfor packets, are of light draft of water, liaae recently been F wly cqppered and pot in splendid order jrith accommodations I or paste ivers unequalled for comfort. They are commanded by experienced masters, who will make every exertion to give general satisfaction. _ They will at all times be towed up and Sown the Mississippi by steamboats. Neither the owners or captains of these ibk* will be responsible for jewelry, bullion, precious stones, silver or plated ware, or htr any ktteri, uarcel or jnckage, sent by or put on board ol them, unless regular bills ofladiug are taken for the same, and tka vnlun tkawmi six EMfim k CO , 5? South ?t.t or HIILLIN fc WOODRUFF, Agent in New Orleans, wlio will promptly forward all good* lo llieir addicts. The ships of thi? line are warranted lo sail punctually an ad i vertued, and great care will be taken to have the goods correctly measured. mt OLD LINE L1VEK POOL PACKETS. Ml M. 'M. rpHK "oLDm!^JK of PacEtMo?Liverpool^ninicruanirr be A despatched in the following ord'r. evrepting that when the dayof sailing falls on Sunday, the sliiiwwill tail onthr succeeding day. For New Turk. For Liverpool. The 801?mA? ERICA, (June 1 July 19 D. (i. Bailor, (Feb 1 Mar 19 TlwENOLA.NO, (June 19 Aug 7 750 tons ( Oct 19 I)cc 7 B. L. Waite. (Feb 19 April 7 The OXFORD, (July I Aug 19 800 tons, < Nov 1 Dec 19 J.Kathboue, (March 1 April 19 The EUROPE, (July 19 Sept 7 610 tons, (Nov 19 Jan 7 E.G. Marshall( Mar 19 May 7 The NORTH AMERICA, (Aug 1 Sept 19 II Wins. ( Dec I Jan 19 A. B. Lowber.t April 1 May 19 The NEW YORK, (Aug 19 Oct 7 900 tous, \ Dec 19 Feb 7 T. B, Cropper.( April 19 June 7 The CAMBRIDGE, (Sept 1 Oct 19 850 tons, (Jan 1 Feb 19 W. C Barstow. ( May I June 19 ML. dtrtl TTUDI'd / a 1ft M..W 1 ine wiiumgua, % oeja 700 t?n?, < Jiui 19 Mar 7 G. A. Coif. (May 19 ... Ju|y , 7 Punctuality, at regards the day of sailiuc, will he observed aa heretofore. The price of passage out want ia now fiie?l at One Hundred Dollar*, for which ample stores oferer* description will be provided, with the reception of winea and liijaora, which will be furui'hed bvthe view aids. _ GOODHUE k CO.. CI Swith at.. < C. H. MARSHALL, 3H Surline-slip. N. V. je2l lyh BARING BROTHERS k CO.. L'i?ool. M M M PASSJroET^^NOLAND,' IRELAND, SCO'l LAND AND WALES. PERSONS desirous of making engagements for frienda to ? emigrate from the Old Country to the United States, aud Who may with to tecure for them deapatch and comfortable accommodations, will find it their interest to apply to the subscribers, wIk> are at all times prepared to make such arraigementa aa will guarantee satisfaction. The vessela enmpcbirg this line are all of the first class, one of which leaves Livrr|a.<?j Weekly, consequeiuly all delay at the port of embarkation is avoided. As has aHtays been customary with this line. When those settled for decline coming out, tne passage money is refunded, without any deduction. Passage per steamer from tlie various porta of Ireland and Scotland, can likewise be actilted. Tor farther particulars apply to SAMUEL THOMPSON. Old Established Passage Office, 773 Pearl A., C. ORIMHHAW k CO. 10 Goree Piazzas, Liverpool. Exchange Or drafts at sight, and for any amount, can likewise be furnished ?u the National Bank of Ireland. Northern Hanking On., National Dana ol ncotiauri, iwyaoie at an tneir reapec ive biumHj also, on R. C. Glyn k Co., Bankers, London, and C Qrimshsw k i,.?, l.nrrpno' ml lm*e STEAM NAVIO^^^^^mEEN ANTWERP AND NEW YORK, riA?SO UTIMMP TON. BELGIAN STEAMER BRITISH QUEEN, M. M. Kcsrrc, Commands:*. The day* of depart are of this wedl-known Steamship, hare been Axed as follows : From Antwerp, From Southampton, From New York, Oa arts May. IMI. On 7th May. 18<2. On 7rli Jnne. ini2 niw. Iflth July, " ' 7H. A"? ' T" 7lh By*. " l#rh Sept. " Tt|. (jrt., " Price of passage, meet* doi included, to Routt. mp(<ia Or Antwerp, 170?Steward's fees, $2 62,1*. The meal* will be , screed on Imard, on the plan of a continental hotel, in the b??t asauuer, soil st need and moderate ivices, pnsarac?rs being only hareed when partaking of the same. The prce of paaaaire to either of the shore porta ran aleo he (Bussed if preferred, with mrnlt and ateward'a fees included foe $97 6JS; cents, aaclusire of wiliea. An ccperiencad lartton accompanies the ship. For freight or yMBace, or .n. farther information, apply to H. W. T. fc. H. MALI, Agents, att ?aa*r 41 Bearer Street. NEW JERSEY RAILROAD ^AND TRANSPORTATION COMPANY. NEW YORK AND NEWARK. MM BHE? "MUff ftrf-Hr Froan the foot of Cenrtlandt rtreet, New York. <K?erydar?Sunday nanspted.) Lesrea New York Leaves Newark At A- M. At S. P. M. At 7X A. M. At IK P. M. do. 4 do. ? do. jJ? d?. II ?X *> ** *? ** \ s? do. do is da 0^ RITNDAYB. FioSU the foot of Liberty street. I,eare New York, Laare Newark. At ? A. M. and M P. M. At II Noon and ' P. M. _, NLW YORK. KLIZABKTII TOWN. WKHlTlK-LD, ft!AINFI^,D,BOl;Nr)BROOK. SOMP.HVII.LK, he Bntly. Leave New York. Leave Elisabeth Town. > A.M. ISAM. t\ P. M. It M. ISP.M j r M. The trains of the Somen ill.- Railroad Co. cminert with tlreae liner ?rh Way daily, Sundays eieapted. Passengers are requested to imrehaae ttckeU St the oOoe. fbot of Liberty street. Fare In-, wera New York and Elisabeth Town 15 rents. -KM *JKTJ 'Uvftnwtr-g mm WW IWM. nnnnAi a<*u a- ? " ...... Fare reduced. Fro n the foot of Liberty ttreet. daily. Lmw Nr* Ytnfc. Leare New Bmnawiek. At ? A. M. At 7* A. M. M. II A. M. Fara between Now York and New Brunawick, "?J cent*. Rahway, T JO ccnta TV fare in the 1% A. M. train from New Brunt wick, and f. M. train from New York, haa been reduced between New York and New Brunawick, to JO ernta. " and Rahway to T7ji " The Philadelphia aaail line paeeea through New Brnnawick Aw New Yo.k eeery aeenina at 0 o'clock. <Ojwilari the lid a. M. tripa fknan New Brnnawick ia Paaaenaeia who pawnr* their rfeketa at the ticket office, raaatea a fetry ticket aratu. Tiekete am roeeiead by rha condnetor only on the <lar when imrchaaed. m* 3m* "abo^" foirrotioflt"orrwTCTni=Tcr?5i ?t. Bark MA BAH ANN, I'ert. Fortune, hnrthen, (77 . MK ton. Apfdy to OLOVfcRh McMVrRA V, jaflt 100 Piue atr?-et. A : E NE" k RAILROAI ?S js. STEAM BOATS. POMEROY C O/S ALBANY, BUKKALO AND C1UCAUO EXI'RKSS. 1 he subscribers art- uow runmng a regular Express ttrer th? Railroad* to tod from Albauv tnd Buffalo, and the intermediate place*, for FORWARDING, at. low rate?, with the utmost speed, regularity and safety, choice Goods, Specie, Bank Notes, Im|>ortai)t Pajwrs and Valuable Packages?Willattend to the negotiation, transfer, collection or jwyincnt nl 13ills of Ksrhin^f, Notes, Draft*, at o pt-tin hs, Account.*, ilrfij soluble |ier centagu?-execute orueis lor the purchase or sale of Merchandise, Produce and Manufactured Articles of cr?)' d?scri|tUou, otrxniutMv, in the t?wn* 011 their route, through Messrs. IlARNDEN k GO'S EXPRESS to New York and Boston, and Stun. IIAWLBY k CO.'S EXPRESS to and from Butf.do to Cleveland, Detroit and Chicago and inisnBsdists plac a?forming at o>ca t !* most dir? . t, msudy anu perfect communication to and from the eastern and western cities, for the negotiation and tT>?i?gtion of ?I1 msreutils and professional business, remittances, exchanges, kc. References?Krastna Coriiiug, Thomas W. Oleoft, Watts Sherman, A. D. i'alchiu, Noah Lee, James Taylor, Theodore Olcoct, Albany. Ageitcses?Benin it, Backus It Hawley.Utica ; T. A. Smith, Syracuse ; A. (J. Smith, Auburn ; J. Fargo, Geneva ; J. G. Sit*|>herd. Canandaigua ; David Hovt, Rochester ; John McKenster, Lockport; J. A. Clark, Batavia ; Thomas Blossom, Buffalo. POMKROY k CO*, No. 5 Exchange Buildings. Albany. all 3 Wall street, New York. FARE AND FREIGHT"REDUCED. BOSTON, tin STON1NOTON AND NEWPORT, camof tile following superior steamers, running in connection withthe StotnnKtoii and Providence, and Boston and Providence Railroad,? MASSACHUSETTS, Captain Comstock. RHODE ISLAND, Captain Thayer. NARKAOANSETT, Captain Wooliey, MOHEOAN, Caprain Vand.rbih. One of which will Irav. New York daily, (Snndaya excepted) from Pier No. I, North River, Battery Place, at five o'clock, P. M. ARRsnorMgMT. Tho NARRAOANSET, on Mondav, for Rtoninnlon, and Thundav, for Stoningtnn, Newport and Providence. The MASSACHUSETTS, on Tuesday, lor Stoninicton, Newport and Providence, and Friday for Stouhigton. The RHODE ISLAND, on Wednesday, for ntoniiiKlon, and Saturday, for StouiiiKton, Newport, and Providence. Passengers on the anival ol the .[earners at Stoningtou, may taka the Railroad Can and proceed immediately to Provi dcnce and Boston. erwiKhi taken ?t tile tonowing mucu reuuceo rates To Boston, tm goods weighing forty jiounda or upwards to the cubic foot, 11 |5 M per ton, mid 011 muavuHiiieul Roods 7 c to it s per foot. To Prosiiknce, on measurement goods J cents per cubic foot, and spucific articles as per tarif to be obtained at office 22 Broadwav. _ m3l 6int IMPORTANT TO WESTERN MERCHANTS. RELIANCE PORTABLE IRON BOAT LINE for the Transportation of Ooods betweeu Philadelphia and Pittsburg. rf^.riD fSSSgfr filAiflSa liailiftfea -SaiPpE Thit improvement in transportation affoids m Western M-rcliuits peculiar advantages. The goods being carefully packed 111 tlie boat* at our warehouse. No. 3G6 Market street, are carried over llie Columbia and Portage Railways without transhipment. Careful captains and crews are employed, who take charge </ the goods at Philadelphia, and continue with them the eutire route, thus avoiding delays and the liability of Iota being sr parated on the way. N. B.?Passoagers forwarded te Pittsburg and PottavilU, every day, Sundays excepted. H. STORKS, Agent, a!2 3m* 7 Washington street. PKKIG1XT AND PASS AUK TO PITT*BVRG. ?~Jfoi)f)i}?.^ flbstoCn sT\ TV ysaffBTiai The proprietors of Bingham's Transportation Line to Pittsburg, give notice te the Merchant* of New York, and all other persons shipping to the West, that their line is now in active operation floods consigned to thrin (or sent to go ia tlirir line,; will be forwarded with despatch. Owners or shippers of goods, destined for the Western States, who have no agent or consignee at Pttubuig, will please consign their goods to William Bingham, Pittsburg, who will attend to snipping all such consignments without delay. All goods should be marked distinctly on eacn package BINGHAM'S LINE. For ates of freight, which are as low as any other line, apply o WM. TYSON, Agent, No. 2 West street, opi>osile Pit r No. 2, N. R. N. B. Passengers forwarded to Pittsburg and FotUville,every day, Sundays excepted. Refer to R. Crooks, American Far Co. ; S. T. Nicoll, Front street : Phelps, Dodge It Co., Fulton street ; Suyd.iie. Sage &1 Co ; Wm. Rankin, Durycc x Co, Newark. 106 3m "CTYTPKIUI < V" iii-.inyv__ ! ^ F'oot of Whitehall street, Til, ilunon RTATI'V l?l AVni'U ....I wAMstrtV will run as follows, until further notice Leave Ststen Island Lrirr New Y tik, At o'clock a. u. At 1 o'clock a. m. " 9 "9 " " 10 " 12 " " " I .. *: * " 2 " p. M. : i* :: :: r. j* :: :: - < " " " 6 " " All goods snipped are required to be i>articnlarly marked, and are at the rink of the owners thereof. je3 c OPPOSITION LINE FOK ALBANY. ' FARE REDUCED! ! Passage SO cents?Bertha SO cents. FREIGHT TAKEN AT REDUCED PRICES. aS The commodious Steamboat WASH1NOfft-elyr-'e JtTON. C'sptAKi J. M. Brown, having mule W IW T arrange menu to chance her (lavs oflrgv in* New York, will hereafter leave the foot of Robinson street, New York, every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday afternoon, at 3 o'clock, aad Albany, every Tuesday, Thursday, and Sa turday afternoon, at i o'clock, landing on her luuvage each w ay at, the foot of Hammond street, Newbursfi, Pougltkropsie, Kingston Point, Cattskin and Hudson. . Fur freight Or uossajce. apply to the Captain on board, Or to D. RANDOLPH MAirriN, .\u. mt Wutstrvi-t mt>e i OPPOSITION LINE FOK ALBANY &ZJ?V^?ANP NEW YORK-Landing at tha foot of Hammond street, Newborgh, PouRhker|eie, Kingston Point, Caukill ami Hudson?Passage M cents, berjts ill cents ?The splendid steamer WASHINGTON, Captain J. M. Brown, will leave the pier at the foot of Robinson street for Albany avery Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at i o'clock, P. M, Leave Albany, foot oI Lydns street, for New York, every Taesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 5 o'clock, P. VI. For passage or freight apply on board, or to D. R. Martin, 132 W*lt street. Freight Liken on the most reasonable terms. To Let?A steamboat berth at Warren street pier, NR. Aje ply on board Washington, Hohinson sL je9 lis*rc EVENING LINE-FOR ALHANY DIRECT" yaSI At seven o'clock, P. M., from the steamlmat Dm V*P-, i,i.r between Conrtlandt and l.iherty streets. " MvL Tlie steamboat ROCHESTER. Cape. A. P. St. John, leaves Monday, Wednesday, and Friday afternoons, at seven o'clock. P. M. The Steamboat SOUTH AMERICA, Capt. L. W. Braiaanl. Iea.es the above pu r every Tuesday, Thursday and batnrilay afternoon, at seven o'clock. The above boats are new and substantial arc ftirnished with elegant state rot mi, and in every respeclarru nsur|>assed among the Hudaou Riv r steamers. For passage or freight, apply on board, or to P. C. 8CHULTZ, At the office on the wharl, or on board. Passengers tal ing this line of boats, will at all times arrive a? Albans* in ti -it* for the first train of rsrs for the east and _ TAILORING.' OF fHE uYKTost IMPORTANCE TO |>nrcha.aeri of MailhaM'a Troy Simla, Boaomi ami Collara. la coiuequrnre of (he many miatakra having been made nflm-by atr-inger* uul otln-r?, in lindinr "or only Tioy Sinrl Dcuot, w< arr thcrefoie obliged to made iiublir the rtmr f>t OM MMt of all in piiraiiit Of nor highly irputedTroy Shirta, Bnaom* and Collar*. It ia thia. A atore haa lately had painted on their window, and ahnm their premiaea, a aign purporting t? be "Troy Shirt Depot." Now ar inform all, they do not keep oar Trov Shirt*. Hmani ami Collara, ana #a a Snard againat miarnkea that may occur in future, on account of na nr w aigu at the corner atorc, therefore, wr ahall circulate ritriwitrlv the following card, and for tha benefit of dealett IU our y-ooda TIim ia to inform dealer! and other* that MartlnlTa only Troy Blairt Depot in the city ii about alttaan door* front the corner of Pearl and Chatham ?trrrta. on the nghl hand aide in ptsaiaLfto the City Hall?No. 90 Chatham a tree t. Thta ia our only Troy Shirt Dai-ut forthe receiving of oar highly re|>nted Troy Hhlit?, Uoaoint aati Collara in lite city. We ahall cau?e thia to be eitciutvi ly circulated, in conaequeucr of many unalakea having been made of late. Be |?rlicular to aeo the uatne. MARSHALL S, on the window arl taiialao the fnHowirig? MARSHALL'S ONLY TftOY jClllR^T DEPOT. w Chaiham ireet. No imtronage aaked of those who heat th.wn. New York. Jane 1.JS4*. jei lm*c REMOVAL. PHILLIPS* CASH TAILORING ESTABLISH MENT, It remored from MS Broadway to No. 7 Aator Houaa. ECONOMY IN GENTLEMEN'S DRESS. (forvnrnU of a ro???t Y.tHnntlMl ? aide kind it A savinf of 60 [* T cent for cash. TIIK *de#rti?#*f it ?iMt*e*Mry to resort t > the Nek* neyrd sygtrin of nivinv a lut ?>C nnmm.t! pn.*r?, pr^ im?n* that the length of timr he liAt h< rn MUbliNli'tl. tanflhtt ^itii the rxtciiftivf | citron aw b#*?tow?'il oil him. Hill |?io>- h sum ci# lit voitrhrr fur his cAjnhilili'*?. I'-mcusinfl tlir advanTag* of bring corin?H!tp?| with an ntd iuiv#* cloth entaMuhmcpt in Eumpc h# connd* ntlv %** (* that be evi furnish rtothrs which, on coinpariwm, will W found lower thin any other Ii -u??- making ?P the best descriptions of gentlemen'* dress, my 13m H. PHIhllftl, 7 Astor Romt, Broadway MARTIN'S CNBh TmIIoOm. BtnUIUmcnl, F. tn ISA Will.a.- .1 a a._Z a-, .d .. ? -- - ? an an, rniTwr of Jinn linn. rpHE?ibncnber, in annnnm ing ih? nUirc t< hia frioiada and 1 the I'ttblic in (Menl, Uhea l?aee to return ihnniit for llio 11 bo ml iwrrnnige beatnwed .in htm at bin former idaro of hn?ineaa, and ?MH thorn thai ry artiolr onl. red .>( him oliall, aa heretofore, be ?--t, and tninmnl in tlx item eat anil m<'?t atyliah manne '1 ho nuitrnala, the narwaal ami lio?t in tho mvb'l and at I poaitirr iring i?f N for cent. Htraugf >a arc rriiiiealoii I" ral ind eaainioe. Oentlrmen who | refer piirrhnnlii* their own doth fce? can hate thorn made and trimmed in the atyle that baa (Iron inch general aalialaetlon dairi'i* the lent four year*. e.rery garment warrant "I to fit, and m .e by the lirat workmen at the fellownig imcea, ? Dieen ( .nam *J| * * Ktocii f'oata 2 22 Fanta and 71 J" * (fy- N" garment* rmdi mot.-all made in order, and a anil '"rnli^imi " h"Ujd|<;HAI?L K. MARTIN w ro \EW YORK, TUESDAY JV WATERING PLACES, &<J." SHARON SPRINGS. rPHE PAVILLIO'This new commodious Hotel wiHW? A open fhr the re, riiuoii nl'visitors on ml il'lrr tlic lint of June next, ml lite Village of Sliaiou b|innga, hcholiaric County, New York. The clear mire water of the lunnri. nreatlv ri m mlihiie those of (lie white sulphur sprues of Virginia, have beep proved U> be litslvl>* rtficocious in Rheumatic, Cutaneous, llili otu umI Dyspeptii coannint^ u.d in ilic cure of fcryuejui 8allrltt-um, Scrofula, Liver Complaint, anil general debility, anil in many atl.i ; rest* ,'ts -as (as cerlifiea by some of the most eminent medium yrofessors in llie Uuiied Stales) medicinal and healing properties uii:?np.iastd, and believed to be unequalled by any in this country. Added to these, the rides in the vicinity, numerous villngei, extensive views, neighboring caves and roinautic scenery are anionic the many attrtcliun* nfierod to those sucking in the heal of summer,either health or pleasure. Throe spriugs arc hut a few hours i ide frnv.i Saratoga, Tray, Albany, bt>\, mid ore oecessable fruin Cauainharic on the Albany *nu Uliru railroad, where carriages daily await lliu arrival of the morning cars from Schenectady anJ Utica, to carry visitors to the Springs, u distance of about eiglp in ilea, arriving in time for diuncr; also by the Albany and Cherry Valley (uru ike by daily stages, lioiufi about forty-live miles west of the city of Albany. Warm, cold and i-howcr llaths furnished at all timet, cither of th eatiueral or fresh water, and every attention given to render the stay of visitors agreeable. An abundance of the purest mountain spring Ice is stored for the season. ROHT. HAMILTON'. THE SPRINGS HOTEL.?This Hotel will be opened at the above village of Sharan Springs, for the reception ol visitors, and combining all the advantages of ibis delightful sutniiu-i residence. ago 111 w'dta w * r WILLIAM E.JONES. CATSKirL iVlOn'.N'TAIN HOUSfcs, AT THE PINE ORCHARD1812. n'UIS romantic uitd fashionable resort will be conducted durI ing the present season under the direction and sii|>eriiitcii Uiicu of the subscriber. It has utideexouc a complete and thorough repair, and is uuvv open for the reupption ol visitors. No effort will be spared to maintain the deservedly high chaiactsrr which it has heretolore scuiiirrd. As heretofore, its tahlrs will tv furnished with every delicacy that the New York market can afford; ami every possible attention that csu promote the convenience and enjoyment of its patrons will b* promptly bestowed. The roail blading lo tins establishment and especially tlmt part of it mi the mountain, his ......I...,. I ,^.C..ll,- ......ail. ...,.i ..it. Messrs. A. F. Beach & Co.' excellent line of stages will run aa heretofore regularly between 0e landing and the Monntaiu House, on the arrival of the boats. C. L. BF.ACH, Proprirtoi. June I3lh, 1812. it-14 Imr LAORANOK HOTEL, Bull1* Ferry, New Jersey. fvrB Thi> must delightfully romantic summer retreat u in full .^.sl^reailiiirss, well slocked with fruit and (lower, and shore all a mm kni In :; pnlea, Tito bar is well suppli-d wWi choiM winea and h piors, ale and porter. Also, i-gnu of the lirat ipiality. John Pouson, the proprietor,sincurely returns his tt ireful thanks to his friends, and (lie public in general, for their liberal patronage for the last nina years. The beautiful steamboat Boston, Captain T. Y. Babcock, leaves foot of Canal street lour tunes a day. The puhlic can rest assured that they w ill not lie disappointed as heretofore, ilia owners of the boat are determined to regularly as advertised; for further particulars we tire Sun. (toutlemen can be acrominoil utd with the best of board and lodging at tire dollars |wr week, aud liave their dinner at what hour they please, except Sunday, always at 1 a'clock, P. M. Military companies on target excursions will find it to their advsnf.se and pleasure to visit the ahore place and try the target ground and Ponson'i good dinners. His prices are according to the times. J. l'ouapn is always at home, and will be liaje py to see his friwpds and visitois. je 12 tin'r rPliE"HAMILTON HOUSE.?Tliia -siablisliiiitnt is now I J- opeu for the reception of company. It has been thoroughly renovated and furnished anew, uikiu a scale of liberality commensurate with the demands of the public. The de|>artmeiit ol the cuisine lias been placed under the charge of a capable and experienced artist, wiio will lark no supplies that the markets can afford. To those unacijuaiutrd with the location of the Hamilton House, it ia only necessary to say, that it is situated at tiie ocean eutran* to the Narrows, from eight to ten miles from the city, on the high Western bluff of Long Island, com uaiiding a noble view of the lower bay ami the Atlantic and landward, ihe highly cultivated and fertile shores of StaMu aud Long Island, and the harbor of New tork. Nothing can ex crcalhe beauty of the prosiiecl in every direction. The salubrious air at all periods of trie day, the e asy access by stage and sluagaboat, ind the mingled life and retirement of the >|hjI, render ilns^ establishment second to none within a hundred miles of New York. The a|sirtments are coinmoiliuus aud airy, and their u couimodations iu n.ajked contrast with iluisc of similar houses heretofore in the vicinity of the city. The rideainthe neighborhood, the fishing grounds, billiard rooms, ten-pin alleys, and other accessories ol recreation, leave little, it is be lieved, to be wished for by auv guest. Families desirous of securing rooms for lie season would do well to make early application to the proprietor. I je7 Imr BATH HOUSJ&, LONG ISLAND.?This lonif ami well known boarding aud bathing establishment, hatiiix recently uiidergoue numerous iinprovementJ, among which in the erection of several eleg.iut summer hosues upt>a the margin of tlu- oceaii, is now open fur the reception of comi>aiiy during the ?ea*on The great extent of private beach on thia shore?the ;n . - ... f... _..J -i.:i i kathing houses being within * stone's throw of the msn?l?>n)? the shady,1 and uclightfnl locust grove adjoining the house ?the plra.aut tides in the surrounding coontrthe excellent foiling ground i and olhri sources of healthful recreation and amusement?th- beautiful view of the All. ntic ocean and the lower bsy, almost aonatantly enlivened l?y numerous vessels il*ct uneiiiialled by any tii Uie tflfiKhj". "MS "WW, ffhf kflfiJffs re ample, the room airy and the teui|>eralure, evcu in the narmrit days of summer, anything but oppressive. The convenience of communication and distance, (being bul nine mile* fiorn Brooklyn.) theaccess by stages at hours accommodated to billions render it peculiarly well adapted a a reiidence for gentlemen ofbusit %* in New York. jel22in*r WILLIAM BHOWN, Proprietor. Q H A R O N S> RIN (?S P V\TfELION, HChOllAtUt. co. Fourth of July.?The Iiraud (Jiieinint Ball for the Season, will take place ou the evening of the 1th July, at :he Sharon Sjiring* n?viliool which is now o,a n for the reception of visiters . No |?iui will be staved to render the entertainmeur agreeable. O. W. B OEDN'EY. jrtl tjrljy BATH BUILDINGS, "FORMERLY KFNSHd IV'S, at L <ng Bmncb.-Tbis eii tensive and delic itful h. Bathing Establ''aliment will be opuaed by the subscriber on the 27th June, instant. He begs respectfully to iufusm iu Conner pstrous IM th# pul li.-, that considerable adihliona and alterations, eon casing the comforts, hare been made since last war, and will be in complete readiness for their accommodation. Wishing to he as reasonable as the times will afford, the board will be seven dollars per w+ek as last year, instead of trn dollars as formerly. Children of a certain age and servants half price. Hiumnill fcn. IMt. He hoi*,* h, may ?av without imporaHon, that his table aud accoinmuditions will be equil to any on {.ong Branch. Young |wople not mpuring loo much room,wilt tii id accommodating terms, j-22 lin*r JAMES OREEN. PAVILION, SARATO' iA SI'HINtJH?The I'milion,Contiguous to the I'ssiliou fountain, and i ijiiidislaiit from Congress and Iodine Springs, has been thorouithly renovated. Old is now oiien f,,rlhr recr|*ion of visitors. For conveiiir on of location, hranty of the giounds adjoining, < ommndiousness of the rooms, and efforts on the put of the proprietor to mike his guests comfortable, this housr, it is believed, is uot surpassed. The charges for board and rooms have been modified to stsdvi-f ill inme ilfi-rpw litis j?infs>?siiiti ,\f flw u'tmu A al.nr.s .f >41 iiiiitic u rr.pectfuliy invited. JOHN l ROSS, Proprietor. DRY GOODS, &,-. STR A W G(X)i)S7 "" TBKNNF.TT, importer and manufacturer of Italian and Ettgli h Straw Oood?i rri|?ctAdly iulorata hjt cwtomfn that he liaa n noted hit tstiUiiiimm} iroin tt Wtiluiitild 2( Piatt, to !*? John street, where he iominu?*i to krvp a splendid and extensive assortment of laoies' fs-bion ib!e Straw Goods, French ir lEnfKih Dunatabl. ! ?!??n Hu thuds, fine Tuecao, Fancy Shell works. I'rince Albert Straws, lie# &c. Also, an entirely new article, the White Si he nan Hair Bonnet for the summer?it inrpauci al! the stylet tu yet intra Uuctd, twing extremely Italic, beautiful, white* and durable. aX Jm*n> TO THE LADIES. IPARHIONABLE MILLINERY OOOPS.-Th. prr,.rir4 irm, Mm H KINO, dan.hr'r ?f the celebrated Car) Kinu, iIT. r. for ?l<' a moat select and choipp ta.ortBtent ?>f Millinery <)<?>.L.for tb. .prill* trade, never a? yet pruenled to the |>?fcrhe. both aa rpganla In. quality ami cheapm *? of tlip articles The aaaortm.ut cnnaiala ol thr following Thr celebrated SILK HAT, CALLED CAI*OTTE l)*ORLEANS, aa worn by La Dtiehr?vr D'Orlcans. of Kra.re , SHED SILK. ENTIRELY NEW AND ORIOINAL STYLE And Lawn Han do do?An mtire new style n Hats called " MODINE CAPOTTKS, LLSSLER COTTAGE.'1 ParisMit and Kiixlub KANC1 STRAWS, of the Un tore, in yreat variety. The IV.priHreaa rrajieptfiillv aolicita th# Dili.* to favor bei with aeaJl, ami rxAqiine her rlrnaiil ami varied atock <T Millinery (or themselves, before they porrha?e elsewhere, a* it will be a irreat saving to Uiein in price ami a (reniadva.iuip aa regard. the variety anJ 111 ility of the goods. MISS 8. KINO. Msg .vine de Modes, jetJ ltn*r iBtSk, Broadway. T"0 I,AUTF.B.-irr., TRADYWKIN ,r,r ietTuTTy luforms I 1 the Ladies of New?Yurk a id vicwifr. thif she continues the work of French Plaiting, Fluting and Clear ttarrhing, at No. ia| Mdrtrige street, (on the first floor,) New-York. N. B. Oidert received aud executed with neauicts and at the shortest notice. Als??, Collars for sale. __ j*2l lmjr_ CTECIAL TO THETAllItC-Ai I am r?|*atcdfy heap O iM from I.idles the difficulty they lure in finding rny Ladles' French *l?oe Htnrf, as *1 so the information given to their enquiries; 1 beg: leave ta mike the same more Irene rally public tnd plain v|?rowrh ht msdiiim of the press. Allen's ? ; 1 I pi i I Sin* * irri street on street b low ( inal street, s< *. Bi Midway, N. V .. tnd a* the sttiH-r'orify of my Min* b?ot*and French shoes an* so iiniver ally known. I need only subjoin thi commendation ?>f my r sfWted employer*, row retired front tin- bttsim sa:? I r getting tip th article >i Mief* shflfi ind gaiter boots we alwavs ootiaioervd Mr. Allen far superior to any other man w?* rv? r had iu our employment." ^ 9 ...... , 1 HUB. I.A.1 r. at au.i. N. B?Lndiet will <lo wll to init thit ill jheii travelling menv random hoik. Beautiful Krcm li Mntuinit Hlippt r?, *1 rareed.nr low priert. )' V It* r DRESS BOOTH?TTA TK?T" FKKNCH amBP"W8TYLR'Tlir ?nInn*ritier mtkyt to order, Boot* ofthe above deacript inn, of the liueat i|itali(>* tif flinch Cilt Hkin. and inthe latent Myle, ami at very reavntable priret.? tJi utivraen who hava t*en in the habit of r'yior ?ltravv*ant ptici a for inferior arrtrlei are rei|iieitedtnrall .mil be ronvinred that hia prtrea are from ti n lo twenty per rent below iilher Mom in the neighborhood Drawirurt lie in* taken of the feet, ami a pair nf laata kept lor earb niatomer, there la no diAicalty in (<tini( a hamlaoine yet raav fit. CoiiMantly on hand, a larnr .vaaortment of (SdiinnaMr ready made Bonta, at priret varying from TWO DOLLARHKIFTF CKNT8 TO SIX DOLLARS; Half Boom, Uaitern, Show, I'uinpa, Slippera, Ikr.kr.tt , out By low iiriera. JOHN L WATKiS'S, lit Fulton at.. al im* Betwrrn Naatananil llntrli ,?t. j&b* NO BETTF.H place to Dad Bo and Immi t a^PB^F and wr are tint tore that in New Ynilt theie it any pin to t odat at the (,'liriton Bootaml Shoe Marke'.tOI Canal atieet, ni.nh i aat rnrtiet ol Hiidaon ttreel. Thnae who liare tried apimr to I"' K?iieially aatiafn d that I hia la a fart me <|lirttlou;iblr. All tlnne who rn'y not have tried onr boolt. anoea, or (altera,will find it to their ailvauu:e to make the trial toon. A. KNOX k CO, N. B. Country merchanta a '? by the parkaxr or doarn jeli Im'r fUACHINE BLANKLT8.-4tM>ea far aaJe br '? mine, rKRSSV -e HROOK8. f.l Lihnrty t. pl.M'H-IM HarirTt Hi Lnnia~Hle?m1V1if!a Flour. For ttiTe r hv f, K I'OU.IN'S Ik CO, J?? X Montn at. RK H IORNING, JUNE 28, 1842 BOOK'S AN I)'STATION Kit V. An INTERESTING work ON THE EASjI.?Jn?l I ublr-litrt, by Cir?*r si Hart, Note* of* Tour through 'i'urkry. Uraero, Egypt, Arabia, Polraea, lo iIk> Holy Laud, i.:cliiiliilX ? Vi?it to Alat iu, Sparta, (irauil Cairo,Cotiatnutinupl . tvlw , tin- Red Sea, Mouut Sinai, Pt-tlj, tlic EJotn ol Scri.- ' lure, (cc , by E. Joy Morii?, in 2 volumes 12 mo., with plaMs. < opinions OK THE press. I Wf commend u tu the public a? ? sir r! iuy work of travel.? / U. S Oait-tlr. ..... \ The author ha* contrived to nivc to bis descriptions ol placet, scenery, and event*, a spirit ol fnshuess and vraiirmblaiicr e th*i cannoi be too much admired.?Spirit oh the Time*. . ' We doubt not but these two intcrrsfiuf volume* will be easterly soucht for by the public.?New World. t The work is precisely ?uch <11 one a> a man i* k'lad to take up ^ when he detirrs iiifoimaliou U(atu the sulovcl of which it treats.?pro die i Jonathan. A very pleasap'. unpretending account of ramble* throuitli h reyion* about which every iruellurent mlmld ?ire* informatiiai, o and it i* luruisbcii in a style which every one will tind agreeable. a ?Pmnssylvauiaii. ,, Tliere is not a jwvye in llir work tliat is not interesting and instructive.?I). 1. Journal. Wc tbiuktbis book destined to become extensively popular, 11 and wc cordially join with our brethren of the press in com- * mending it to popular favor.?Dail >'Chronicle. t For sab by WILEY Ik PUTNAM, u je4 3w*v New Vor e A FIRST 11 ATI". INVESTMENT.?To be sold at private e sale, a choick Ciucplati.nij Limhshv, cnimi.titic of 2000 volumes, assorted .uid arranged, including Historic*, Biographies, Voyage* and Travels, Sic. Any young man possessing a capital of $100 or $.VH), call buy these books dirt cheap, uid v double W* inoney la one year. For particulars enau re of Thomas Bell, Auctioneer, Ann strret, and Mr. Little, Libiarian, 1."1 Nassau street, of w hom catalognes can be obt vinerl lor inspection, and the books seen. jeftlwc ^ Lonoworth's new york city directory is published sinl lor s?le at the office, No. lis Nassau-street, 2d Moor, directly opposite the American Bible Societ;. ' je2j Ifr NEW"OUITAR MUSIC?'.EOKUK H. DEllWuKT, profetsorof the guitar, No. 138 <-anal street opposite ihe St. John's eliurcii, has the honor to acquaint his mentis and the public licit lie has published a variety of new and popular music, arrtiuted with easy accompaniment* Tor guitar. C Mr. D. will alar, arrange and compote music for orchestra, guitar, and other instrument*, and give instruction* to ain>> tenrs on the piano forte and violin. m\2bw*c BOO K BIN DTK G PAPER RUUNG. 1 H1RKLAND, No. 120 Nassau sLrtct, having an t ndrr new stock of Binding Tools and Huling Machinery, of the J latest nud inost approvnl natterm. it m?w pre|*rcd U> execute 1 all orth-rs in tlie moat durable and nandst me manner. Merchants A recount Books and all other kind* of BUnkwork j ruled and hound to any pa It ems, and in a style that i* warranted . to rive satisfaction. Any work ordered fan he done in4.he Km:lish mode if requited, a> 11. I. has had long experience in botli k methods. mlft hit 1 ENGRAVING B\ THE OMNIOHAPH MACllJNK.? * BUKll, JONKH Ik CO., 102 Broadway, corner of John street, N.Y.,are prepared to engrave all kind* of Map*, f harts, Plan4 and Survey*, or any work of that class, in the most h? ?utitnlstyle, with tuioarallelcd expedition, aud at prices fir be low those charged for similar work executed by hand engraving?the coat of liue steel or copper plates not exceeding Li- 1 tliographir work. N. B.?S|iecimem of the work done by the Omuigraph can be examined at rhe office in Broadway. m22 Imr , HATS. | HATS! HATS! HATS !! T3ROWN & GO'S One Trie# Hit Store, tt htilvtile nud re* H tail, l>t Outturn Square, corner of Mott street, where fashion, besaly, durability and ?c<>noiny are combined to adorn the head. The proprietors Itave the pleasure now to offer in addition to their recently improved uicirt napped lint, a new st>le, the imitation of besverr, which so closely resemble* that of all fun the uuwt costly and beautiful, that the difTerrnce Is noLeasily perceived. Trtce three dollar... We strictly adhere to Hie one price cash systein, which enables us to furnish n vers superior Mat for tin- price chanced. In presenting these Ilats to the public the proprietors tlonk they hare reached the ultimatum of beauty, durability, cheapness and comfort. <nt Sm* A N IMPORTANT QUCsi'lON is lu're presented iorthe si serious retlectiou of llio lairehinrrt of I lata. Is it cousin* tent with true economy or common sense to p>ty live dollars for a Bearer Hat, Wlien the same article can he bought atWail street, (betseen Broad and New streets) fur KOI.'K DOLLARS 7 This is no deCt l'lire assertion. A single tiial, or a mere inspection, wijl satisfy the most skeptical that the Bearer llat now offered is lar from heme the inferior article often sold for less than five dollars. The fact isth.it the article now offered is generally imt equalled, and in no iiKtaiu'i sin|iaastd i ven at that price. It is in consequence ofa reduction in the price of the raw material, together w ith the economical police ortbis establishment?and the proprietors engaging |ersonally in the manufacture?that the present great inducements are offered, such as were never offcrt d before. WARBl'RTON" Si WEBB, jel01m?r Hatters,S ay*II street. " " JEWELRY. ' T WATCHES AND JEWELRY, vm low. r Watches, Gold and Silver Peuci'ls, (jelj (Stiat? %ltyn, Ac... at retail, lower than at unv other rlrcs it: the aity.? Gold Watches a* low a# tijrty to forts- I Ilrri *?ek. IV St alios a id Jewelry exchanged or bought. Ail tV'tehe* sty wrrranted to beep good time, or the money it-turned. Wilctrs oid Clocks riis-iicd in the best manner, irid wenwted. it much less thantne usual nrttsj ,ty .-si so tthe liuest woru.neii in the city. G. C. ALLF.N, Importer of Watehes and Jew- 1 elry, wholesale and retail, 10 Well street, up stairs. m28 Itn*m \\TATI'HES AND JEWELRY VEllY LOW.-TIm siih I scril*cr it selling all descriptions of gold ami silver Watclie*, raid and silver pencils, cold chains, kt \ s, kc? at retail, lower than at any other place III the city. Gold W i|rh? j as low a.s 23 to 30 dollars each. Watches and Jewelry exchanged or bought. All Watches are warrant) d to keep good time, or the money returned. Watches and Clocks retired in the h. st manner, warranted, at much less than the usual i>ri<-??, 1 by one of th<* finest workmen in the city. (J. C. ALLKNj Importer of Watchesand Jewelry, wholesale and reu I, So Wall ( street, no stairs. je 10 1 in Ore , DEWOVED.?H1LAIRE WALTER,?ni rnai < *? the boost* of Bcixi r W*lu*r, tlic onl y iu.tiiuf?ctur) of Watch Glass.. in Knnc, No. 27 Parxhs Pnlmnilitrr itreri. I"a. is. has the honor of informing; Msars. (Wins in watrh works, mid all article, eonnrcted with the line, as sl.o Murs. dealen in rot <U.?a, that their <-.tahlishmeiit of watrh glasu-s, eat gkus, gilt and colored, fancy articles, ke. kr Sc., ha. lately been le r moved from No 40 Maiden Lane, to) No. 96 William street. I (Jeiitlrinrii desiroui of parchaauig fioni tb< only depot of the factory, are reviiertfiilly invited to call at "ur aatih''ah nh< re will he lonnd au iiarivallrd asaortineiit of the above mentioned goods, which will l>e di.po.ed of uu the most reasonable ' terms. ml 2m*r j NOTICES?" j COMPTROLLER'S SALE OF STATE HTOLKH.- s H'i?" of New-York, Comptroller's Office?The AlK^nv j Co, B&uka ?uid the Built of Olean, farina failed to nay their . circulaliuoC notes upon demand at their reap* ctive banking hou* * ?6t, si required by ihe act entitled M An ict t?> anihonxo the ' busin- of hanking," piss< d 18th April, U3A or to n denn the 1 i?rnc at their sevt ral ase;v ies in tht cicies of New Vmk or Al- d bany. as ?t iiuired hy the .?< r entitled " An act relating to the redemption of bank notes," passed 1th May. IttlO?Notice is j therefore hereby gtveu, that the State Storks held hv the CmnptroUer as security for the circulating notes of said b : k*. ? or so much thereof as t -hill he deemed i xpedknt to '.<!! u ill 1 be sold ar the Merchant's Exchange in the city of New York, o on Saturday. the 2d July next, at P o'clock, M.,to wit: v For too Allegany Otsntv H ink?Htock account. ^ 3 certificates Indians 3 ier ct. (Internal improve an id) stock. / pay 1st July IM3. forMlftM) each, $3<MH) . Stock and Real Estate account. 6certitlcates Indiana3 per cent, (internal improvement) stock, * pay. 1st July, 1Mb for $1000 each, $3000 d $3000 New York 3 per cent. (Eric enlargement) stork, pay. ]j 1833. 30OO0 , For the B*nk of Olean?Stock account. 1 certificate Indiana 3 in r ct. (internal improvement) stock, F pay. 1st July 1869, for $3000 K $3000 New York 3 |wr cent. (Erie enlargement) stock, par. / 1833, $1100 f. Stock and Real Estate arc mint. I, $20,000 Nsw York 3 per cent (Erie enlargement) stock,pav- ? able 1833, $20 000 " 2 certificates Illinois 6 per cent. Illinois and Michigan canal * stock. pay. I860, for $1000 each, $8000 10certificates Illinois 6 percent, internal improvement stock, I j?.ay. M J n. 1070, for $1000 each, Sin,000 p Also, 43 certificites of Arkansas 6 per eent. Real F,state Bitik j st'N-k, heretofore advertised on account of the St. Lawrence Bank. $13,800 Dited at Albany, the I6th June, in if. je22tojy2r A. th FLA GO, Comptroller, rKicr or i in AyaeRW fcc Rocmksi kR K. H. Co.) , Can* mU'fun, Jun<* 2, '812. $ A8?.mi Anuusl Divider ! of I ivc \yrr Out will to i>aiJ on rhc Capital Stock of this Company on the first day of July ii nctt. Siiarrbolilera whose Stock if resji?t#*red in the O'v Transfer Book ? of this Comiwuy, will rroive pivment at the Bank ol the Slate of New York, in the CifV or New Ysrh; sic I tin.M whom Stock it not ietfistrred in the City will be paid ilitSr Dividend at this Offier. 1 By order of the rreiiilrut and Directors. a jgftgjylr ( HAS. SRYMOVR. Treasurer. u N OTIC A TO CLKUK8, sod slimier (Htiaona whom bum- P nets e??i*ei them to he eottsttntly on thrir leet.?Bv callirnc st the oldriclmive Bowl Store, lit ChtlhntiMYreef, they can |< be seeotntnpd %red with the invaluable article, flOUEKS' MlTALiC ELA8T10 HEEL BOOTS, warranted in ?%ery ps.tlrnlar, and at the onu- price of the ordinary Boot. The following are sone of the many sdvaiitw * the Elastic Heel? bate over errryothtr kind : Fir*t?The elasticity adds greatly to the durability of ftht h Boot. Secondly?They make no noise in walking npon the pave* n inent. Thirdly?'Thev prevent Boots from rmuiiiig down to the heel. Frurthly?They enehlr the wearer to walk with much less r? ly?They do no! rut or (ear C.ri* tv .. do iron or nailed I , hee|?. Untidy?They ran b<- worn with comfort by throe haftnir tender fcrt. A. u.ual, eonalanlly on hand *11 kind* of Doou it wholi ??lu and retail <1 mennfni-terTr'. price.. je61m*c w BANKRUPT' \ -HA .11 KI, (tWKN. Councilor ilU?, ha. removed to 67 Naa.au atreet, tin romer of Joliu, where he may lx-coiwulled on all mattera in Bankruptcy. o tnlf. I mend* re VfpfT'H PATKNT I'ORTABI.K Ki'il> v< K mid , o'Wnli Boiler, admirably adapti il lor waaluna, e.ui be placed j in the fire-place, the area, or the yard. relent AjtrirultarWta, pornae.* and f'anhlrow, in.tie.of!'?, 70, ID, j(i, 00,00. 100, 120, and l.'iO. The.e fnniaee. mjuire mil* a piece nfpi|ie to fit them for *,e. No article baa ?vrr gir.n bet- J ter aatitlaetion to thoae farmer, who have used them. 11 Patent Hani I'.oal Furnace, a new article for .ommer n.e? will mak- a neat little .tore tor winter. 0 Patent Chill or Charenal Knrnace, from new natt ems. me. h (j improred. These are lined with fire brick. Also a tny low iiriced furnace without Itiiinj. ? , _ Comhinahon and Ko-'l-Haiin* Cook *to*e,, at tntnmo e priee.. The combination >. the only legitimate .1 ?< that e-mdtict. the Itiimi and .mell from the kitchen. 7 hey are e pially 7 well ad^ted for .nmmer aa winter. Dealer, .npplttd on liberal fern... J. L. MOTT. " ji I Im*r 261 Water and 17 l> wery HA v A.N A A tw it rnimw r. ;-i?i t/Yivr?. ? MRADKR. <* Chatham atraat, Hm rwaiaad, by th* Hvla?- ? [Willi IWl.fWHI 01 Ilia crlrliMl-'O U Norma Mayan, a? al?r, a hyantirnl lot iH miwrior Nnaal and rrrrt Frintij* 8f?n, which hr offna for ?aJ? ?l raarmaM* rrfraa Ifh1m"r 1> n OA Hill NO ?A faw ??l< rt hoard-ra will lia Ukrn In a grn I) I.?l and rri|wrt ibl* family- Amdv at No. M4 k a lion it, T [ERA: > THE (i? EAT < L(>TH ? A .- i:. t Tilted SUItn Clnult Court. Before Judge Belts. Jt"?r n. ? Thr United Stales r?. Klackhurii,- I" Cmei Cloth.?This important case wax opened today by Jesse loytou the part of the h'iviuxl Stmes, who ?ITei ed in ?vi- I leiice several invoices of cloth, imported iu ships Star, j niiejuDdeliW, Kutaw, Europe, sidduux, Adirondack, which Jesse Uujt ctilled Atlvronack,) that the entries eero ma in ).? A I...1 Bl. .... r . I i. - " . - . -i -v itijynn inyiur, aim iinuir mtrles of John Taylor; and further that as id entries were rauilulcnt, and that the property belonged to Shaw. Mr. Mii.i.i-k, counsel lor .Mr. tMarkburn, contended that he ownership of the good* was not in issue before the fourt; hut they caim? prepared to prove that the goods it ere not fraudulently entered and liilsety described in the nvolre, with n view to defraud the government. The <p|>oiite rounrol eonld not show the arts nf a man as gency, unless thoy e.ould Itrst prove that the party idle;e 1 to he so trting was an agentThat'oi-ar said, that they could prove the nets of an lhged agency lirst, and thou go on and convict the aid party with the agency aftorwards. If they failed in he lust,"the first part of the testimony would fall to the [round. Mr. bono contended that the Court had control of the ase. Tho Coi'RT said it was not a question for the Court to ay, whether the. evidence in tho present stage of the case vns sufficient to connect the two patties, or not. Mr. Hovt called Mr. Klnch.orClinch. Nobody answered. Hovt.?I supbose it will besulheicnt to prove the handvriting of Mr. Taylor. Jidoe Bctts?No, sir, it will not. U' you tnean to irove a document, you must do it in the regular lorm. Just: Hovt then'fussed about a little, and called Mr. Wet more. Voter.?One of the jurors wants to go down stairs. He went down and returned. WtTMoar, examined.?Wns a storekeeper. Had in 'hnrge packages ] to I!?, arrived 111 ship Virginia. Cross Ft.?Made the memorandum only a few duys igo; referred to It this morning. Don't know the fact, exept us I refer to this memoranda. Ntrer saw the goods. lave no knowledge, except from the entry as it appears to he tiooks. Judge Bktts to Hovt You don't prove, sir, the goods vere ever in his store ; he never saw them ; He never <leivered them to any one personally. Jesse Hovt went on floundering for some time apparently, with u view to get Mr. Weimoreto testily to somehing? it did not clearly appear what, lor Mr. Itoyt lias inch a |?or manner ol speaking, and such n paintul manid of articulation, that it was almost impossible to underitand what ho said. Judge Ui.tts assisted him and set him straight. We mums:.?I delivered the order for these goods to lot a Taylor. Cros-rTaminrd.?Don't know this case distinctly. Can't ay exactly, only speak by the entries. \V nMoi.r?1 missed the goods,^1 believe. Mr. Hovt made two or three other attempts to get out ionic ev idence. Mr. Mu i.KH said that his mode of doing so .was irivgulur tin,I Itie Into PolI ~ 1 I ....1.1 I io objection to letting him go on rather irregular, hut jemg a law yor he must go straight. Jr.ssr Hott again tried to <?licit some information from witness, but in such it confuted manner that Judge Bett? ind ngain to interfere, set the matter in a clear anil straight joint of view, and put the (juration to the witness liimself, which resulted in tin answer that excluded all further cstimonv on the |K?int. Jr.ssr. Hoyt again tried to get the witness to answer on he same point, when Judge Betti peremptorily told him ?e liad excluded all evidence on that point, because the witness had repeatedly said that ho Knew nothingol his mn know ledge on the subject. Mr. Finch examined.?The invoice nerenumbered 1 to If) was made by John Taylor, 30th May, .Arrived n July. Sworn before me 011 the 16th of July. Tho inroice says " John Taylor, Jr. bought of Abel Shaw.'' bono.?-These are marked as having been nil examined n this invoice,/mired ; all examined. On the hack of the ntriei I find:?I'ald ciieclc Derembor J-llh. These goods I to 19 were all passed. Judge B/.ttj.?Well, go on gentlemen. fieoRof. Davis, tne great locofoco, sw orn.?I have not he inveiceof this entry. The entry v. as made by John Tas lor, Jr.?Ah'd Shaw the owner of tho goods. The av'oice ia dated June 6, 1839. Ship Kuiope arrived in August, 1939. The ? Jr??r Hon here found he had made a blunder, and said , I liar given the u roi.g in. nice.' Rome little si|Uahliling huie took place between the witness and counsel, r.nd the witness wound up by saying, " I nm careful, sir." Other invoices wore then produced. Mi. Dsns proved the invoices ami entries to have )>oc 1 made by John Tas lor. MlLkr.11.?71, "3, 93. and 133, were for cvnmio*. i'i...r,-,.r..?ii,l no "o.nat liy^ Mead and Lounsherrj*. Passed April 24,1840. Dsns.?This snip arrived August, IK39. Hovt.?What date, sir. Davis.?It doesn't mention the date, sir. Millkr?Duties paid April 29,1840. Hovt?Do you know what became oi these goods in the mean time Davis.?The /? e umptiim is ? Mm.1.1 h?No presumption, sir; do you kHow the fact? Davis.?No, sir. Davis?The entry by the Star was sworn to by Taylor o-.! Oie 2ad el Apr.J. l-;n 2 > !? el Mmrh l.v Ml'. 111 ,..1 nurr. Till' mark* are diuiiion ! II. f. and 20 to 31, and No.7. Divib (reply to Hoyt) never *aw nomrbody (Mr. Hoyt 'l*)kc *o bail It ?r could not hear him) lrrito. Mii.i.kr?John Taylor, Jr. Iionght of Ahel Phnw, June 5, 1b39. Goods po*aed March 30. 1910, catiw 30, 31, 33, 31, mil 7, were ordered for examination, pasted by William JarneaandA B. Mead. II a i is.?The duties purport to lie paid Slat of March. An invoice by the Siddons produced. Davh?1The entry is dated April 20, IS 10; sworn to by lohn Taylor, Jr.. on account of David Show. The'bill flailing it June 1st, 1930; ship arrived July, 1930; verified sth of Jan. IStn. In the course of this reply, another hrimh took place. Don?The packages arc mimlierrdDS to 107; the packigrs patted arc 101 to 107; passed by tho appraisers 'J 1st of \nrii. 1940: duties paid 31th April?don't sn\ what year. Mr. Clinch called?(Invoice *h"\vn)?The number* lercare lOsand 111; the bill of lading is June II, ISI9; he owner'soath Is taken bv John Tns lor, Jr., on the lllth Iuly, I-C10; the invoice says, John Tay lor bought of Abel ihaw; four packages w ere sent to he examined?numbered 00, 111. II |, and 119; passed by Canter v Lounsberry, duies paid Nov. 19; vessel arris ed 30th of July. (Invoice >y the Independence shown.) Datu of this is May Ifi, 839; 03, 07, and 60 bale* of woollen cloth were passed; luties worn paid 17th July. Mr. Davis recalled?(Paper* shown) Is an en'ry by s'oith Atne. icn, sworn to April 16, 1910. by John Tat loi, living Abel Shaw a* the owner; invoice dated June 1, s3'i; verified on tho I Ht li of Jan.; sworn to by Mr. Shaw nthe 17ih of Jan. Kour p?< knges. 70, 80, Hi, and 03, i ere examine 1 and passu) April 19, IS40. The amount on lie invoice is ?3028 3s 11. Examined liv Lounsberry, nrnes and Johnson. The duty was paid April J|?t. Another entry shown.) This is by tho Adirondack ; worn to April 30, 1940. Aliel Hhaw a* owner. Invoice ateil June 17, 1m30. Three package* were sent to pubic store. These were numbered mo, 133, I lit, and passed iv Came* and VnnJurpool. Duties paid 24ih April. The pod* were 130 to IV, and 133 to 14il. (Another entry tiy hip Eututy.) Sworn to by lohn Taylor, April 33,1840. .r>n,.v. i.hii.-i . i.<inuKi' I .r * Ull'l lt|J ordered >r examination. "hip arrivi-d August, I"30. Sworn y Shaw Jaw. 17, lw40. Passed In April, IH40, by I.onus* erry, and r?ni?*?, anil Vanderpool. Duties paid April Sth. Mr. J. It. Bi.emkeb examined?Been in the Custom loose for 17 year* jn various rapacities. Was made l)cuty Collector July, Was turneil out of ollicn in uly, 1H4I. IIoyt?Was James < ainpbcll ft deputy collector t Mills* objected. IIoyt saia thcri' was u corrupt agreement between "ay lor and Shaw to let the goods come in for half duties, ml that Shaw was n party to this corrupt agreement. Hoit?Are there ft class of citizens here called Yorkhiremen ' Mil.leu objected. I' nor Bstts I may rule out the whole of them. Hi.e.i rtr??There were about .K) ot them in KJtt: idsiut A or U0 of them now Bottomh y was oneof them John 'aylor was atso a Yorbshlremnn. About thr?c-fourth? of II the importations of cloths and cassimeres into this port sere made by York shir emmi. Jumes Campbell w ai n dent) collector up to about the'JOth of April. I>3S. Csn't ay that John Tavlor, junr. generally made his enti irs l>ejre Mr. Campbefl. Hovt?Wh.it is your impression I Miit.au objected. Ji nr.i: Bi its?State the fact. Bi.rrr ana?1 don't know In the Bottomly case,Caoipisll was in the habit of sending that packiipeof goods to i<*appraised which w m invoiced at the highest price, rhe effect of this would be to save thrceduurths of the j i lutie?. tlnrr then went on to make some other irrelevant que*. | ions, when? Ji doe Bt rtt sai I that he had allowed him great lutiudc; but there must 1*! a limit to this thing; Mr. IIoyt nust inake bis questions more pertinent. Bi.csr ar.ti?An investigation took plarn 21st April, I AH, i relation to the entry of goods?of the acts af Campbell ,-ith t'. W. Dayton's goods, and Bottomley's. Mii.i.es again objected. Bi.ri < sra?C.ampell and Dayton bad connived at frauds n the revenue; th*) had entered goods by false invoices -one to be sworn to, and the others to tw handed to the ppraiscrs. I don't know that Dayton di I business on j ay lot's rapitnl. Jr.ssr. IfnvT wanted to prowthisftiy reputation. Judge Bttts?You can't prove it In that way, Hlr. If ; oil don't give the cause some legal shape (to IIoyt) von'11 ot get through in two days, or ten days, or twenty days. A great deal more of squabbling and rlelav took place, ; u intr in li.cae llm l'a h,ahI ... .L ill In ....ii?? U. ... ? I ? , . - ? ..... ?. ,n. 1 ona. Hi-ranm? Know of no trananction like a partnerahip, |, xrept Mr. Taylor atipplymgT)ny Ion with goods, fllovt here uttered to Introdore an entry made hr lohn I 'iflor in April lH.lft, before Campht II, where Abef Shaw a?owner,and whnrothe highest prirpil gooda where pot r Mered for examination. Judge B?tt? roiilil not are the relevancy of thiscoitt-ne . f proceeding. Hetook it for granted that Mr. ( impbell <ia an honmt m in at ?ome time ... 1 1 Hott offered eleven entrlca of Tay lor made before! .igipell in 1MM. I The Judge could nee no object In thi?. Mini?Then we dent press it. I loft then ofcrod 19 ontriea mail* by Taylor in ta.%, i . i. -JtUlMliggS* Kk"* LJJK P*4? e Two Cents. wlieru the hijrln"rt pa^kngt* M?*onlin .\ loi ?\mniuation, mi'! Uiiv: other eutrioe of a siruilar rbnmctcr. l be prici u rangoil from Jt'oOto A'HI. The Utter wt?* ordered lor examination. The iligmnnt wug 10 per cent. 'J liut wan tin* I'l l, oil wkkk Mi JU.tioniler'a biwinosg wag dour. (Here Hoyt kept the Court ami jury waiting 'or another very long pause.] Hubkovi.ii?There are throe invoice* when the highest package Di not si at to the public store. Mr. 11 ivr here rose to iniike some kind of explanation ; hut vi hen he had gut thiough, heksoetned to have cotilused the matter to completely as to render it almost uniutelligible to any one. Ami he kept such a curious kind ol running oomnentiu v wtto rare, to sll that pursed, that we louinl it very Uiilieuk indeed to uinlerstand him. Mr Hoyt then otfured some invoices made by one Buckley Bent before Campbell, in 1-130, where the highest priced goods were Sent to the public store. Mr. Loan considered that there should be wjine limit to <nch kind til evidence, which appeared to have nothing to do w ith thecasu. Mr. Hot t oltsred some more invoice* wliero the highest priced goo.Is were not sent to the public stole. Sev en more entries shown to Hlocekor of John Taj lor'i goods, marked letter !$. for the purpose of proving Campbell's fraud. All were the highest packages cvcvplone.? These were all made in 1837. Five more entries shown of 183b, of Tbotiui* Shaw's goods, entry made by Taylor ; three wen the highest numliuraant lor examination, and tw o were not. Elevivi Cuti ins were show n, ten of Hnrkley Bent's end one of James Buckley s, in two cases the Highest w ei not ordered,and one where no particular package u ,ut ordert d. hi eight ruses the highest was. Three other entries shown j one of Buckley Bent's goods, three of James Buckley's, and one ol Thomas Shaw. KntricH made by Campbell before Shaw ; one where the highest package was not sent and the rest were. Five entries were shown, made by John Taylor after Campbell \vcut outof oftice. Thomas Shaw w as the vandor. Introduced to show the increased valuo ol Taylor's goods. Judge Belts hero said, he must give the rest of the after noon to bankrupt business. The Court then adjourned. Wo hone Mr. Hovt w ill Set tome one to heln him to Iny. lid makes but a |>oor list of it alone. Court for the C'orrert Ion of Errort, , The Lieut. Governor in the Chair. JftiK '27.?On motior. of tlie Chancellor, it was ordered that th<' Court adjourn on Tuesday of next w e*k, and that no new onuses he taken tip after this week. The argument in the ruse of Tnwv\end and otheri ftCaleb Hubbard and another, relative to the sale of some lots at Syracuse, was concluded. Judgment jostponcd. Dec isions.? Levi (iutjIe r?. II. Snydam .f Co. ? Mr. Guy le gave a note pay aide at Mobile in 6 months, which was to he renewed for a further like term, provided l<e substituted a satisfactory acceptance. The; acceptance w;u tendered to the agent, und presented to the bank there, tint the lattvi did not like the paper, und the acceptance was torn up. Mr. Gayle refused to pay the origiual note, on theground that it had been cancelled by the acceptance. The courts below gave judgment against hiin. Judgment n (firmed. Cummtri ial Hank of Albany rt. F.rattu Coming, snrrivor, tpc.?Mr. Corning was one of the endorsers on a note drawn by Bartow , defaulting cashier, lor ftiO.OUU, which was discounted at the Bank of America, but taken up by Bartow, it is asserted, with luuds belonging to plan (fir, and not accounted for. Mr. Corning contends that he settled tor his shnre. Also for *10,000 belonging to the bank, given by Bartow to purchase Commercial Bank of llutialostock on account of himself, defendant, and the oilier endorser. The bank brought an action against Mr. Corning to recover the *70,000, hut judgment was given in his lavorhy the courts below- Judgment nflirated. Matthew Scovilt t'?. City of Buffalo*?The trustees ot Buffalo in 1831 or m,directed that acertnin street should be opened,but the opening was never carried into effect. The plaintiff owned n lot on the street, which he built upon some 6 yrars afterwards, and was ordered to take the building away, under the usual penalty. He refused doing so, us he had never been applied to, ner paid for his laud. The penalty for violating a town nrdmancv was sited for, ami judgment given by the courts below in favor of the city. Judgment reversed, with costs of this and the Supreme Courts, nnd with directions to the Common fleas 10 award n venire an novo. An invitation hail been given to the members of the Court hjr the ComtnlfxioDcrs to witness the ceremony of let'ing in th? water at the centre reservoir of the Croton actpiedurt. At 2 o'clock the Court adjourned, to wetmhleagnin at 3, for tlie purpose of proceeding to Yorkville, ami taking part in the ceremonies. The argumentsm the .Mandamuses granted by the Supreme Court relative to ilia Sixth Waul election, will ommonce this forenoon. Court Calendar?*'This Day. Cot'bt CIV Common IYksi.? I'art 1.?No?. II, -13, U, 105, 107, 100, iii, 113, 115. 117, 110, 121, 113, 126, 127. fxn r 2.?No". 22, hh, IV,!W, 24 , 30, 40, 114, 116. IIS, 120, 122, 124, 136, I2H. Bankrupt 1,1st. SOI 1 HERN DISTRICT OK NEW YORK. James H. Oe.Iney, formerly druggist, recently storekeeper, N. Y., June 27. Kiilinu Cutting (tirni Cutting, brothers) merchants, New York. June. 27. James Guild, Williamsburg, J una 27. lioula-vllle. [ Corraspondeuce of the Herald] loimsvu-lk, June IStli, 1s12 A F/iirc uj> betirecn Tiro Ijadiet?A Jtuu/i wa v S4.I.1. IJ? t.. m*? e .. ?. - i.j.wwi?nuti"Ar**?jw. ammm?ltxat, Qr J as. Gokdo.v Remjvktt:? Dear Siu? A strange ami uncommon story lias been hinted about our city by the lovers and pyomotrre of scandalous tales; strange, because the parties concerned have made no move to slop its circulation, or deny i:; uncommon on account of the character, Render, and respectability ol the principal actors. The cause of this extraordinary aflair was the vi> it of one 01 the parties to Lexington, who, on her return to this city, was astonished, and not a little ineen -< d, to learn that strange and unaccountable rumor* were abroad concerning herself; these rumors were no doubt of rather an extraordinary character. The propagator of these libels, she thought, could be no other than the person who nc"oni;?ani<'d Iter to Lexington, a lady Willi whom she was on the gr 'est terms of intimacy; notwithstanding their friendship, the ties were severed when she looked upon her as the libeller of her character; n vengc filled her breast, und tnude her bosom lien ve nsil agitated by no common occurrence. Accordingly, with bit, i.?. i i .1- .1 - i L. i * imm j in ii> i im< am, aim uiv in >11 in nrr yp, she started <?IT t*> hi p if her ?uspieioi>. were correct. Arriving nt the door, sh? was showed into the p?r lor, to await the coming of Mrs.C., who sent word, thai as her room Wits in disorder, she would sec her in tin |iarl?ir. requesting her to wait a lew momenta; doubtless those momenta seemed to her ua hours. On Mrs. C. entering the room. Wis." L* used little ceremony in addressing Iter, (nit immediately demanded reparation for the insults spread abroad by herself. I pun Mrs. C. denying unst streniioiialy the eh.tree, .Mi-si L. became so exa*;>eriited, und forgetting I'otli her se.\ and self, as to rush u|>on Mrs0. with indomitable furv, unng her hands and nails to the imminent risk unci danger of tin- other lady's eyes anil lair features. After slapping severely the ' laws'" oi Mrs. C , Miss I,, snufened up a parasol, determined to use it io better advantage, and with more salutary eflecl than she was able to do with her hands, she soon managed to break this over her opponent's back. with repeated "licks;" here she desisted, thinking,the had punished her shftb ier.tiy; she ?ut down to r--st Iter W -.tried limbs, when sire fell |o crying most bitterly, whilst Mrs. ( upbraided her in the severest terms as regarded her conduct. No doubt she felt ashamed of it; there was reason for it. A couple of young lo\ers arrived here from I-exlugt.iu, having " run ofl" with the intention of geto ig " spliced;" it seems that they have loved and vo' (I eternal constancy to encn other for two years and more, and that th<- opposition of the lady's parents has debarred them from experiencing that celestial bliss known and experienced only in the married state; the old man being from home, and the mother sick, they sciged upon this opportunity to consummate their marriage, and thus complete their happiness. Arriving here, they proceeded to New Albany, but owing to some unlorsren cireilin tance, they were unable to have their wishes gratified. From thenee they proceeded to Cincinnati. WHwt has been the result of f ieir visit time alone must be left to tell. The challenge off-red by Mi* I'ooic to Zenith lias been accepted; the race will come ofl at loosington this will prove a source of great disappoint merit to moff <>f our *j>ortjni* Inrn<ln. Mud arii'- Sal ton and Signer Navel trnve a eoneerr for the benefit of rh<' Orphan Asylum on Sufurday night- upwards of five hundred p rsons were present. A Tex** nxrnl is endeavoring to elicit the feelings of (lie ci'iz'-as on behalf of that country's inhabitants. TTteir meetings have been rather slim; they will 'oon be obliged to abandon mtch a crackhrain / heme. llombnos are getting below par. Ex hnnge from I to 2|>ercenf. Our banks resume on he 15th of this month, also the Indiana and SlmwleetOW. Hlimll for the S|>ecie' Yours, Arc. IintnsviLU. SEIDUT7. AND SODA POWDERS. tTEBY ?U(wni?r irtirlrt lo wli/l art Koortllv ""hi. P"' "P ri* I>r< ?!" r. r fseiiW Ute. For ?*|e, wlvlrttl, ?nd retail, hy VM. WATSON, <h~imtu' ami Ai-okee.rist1 Hstt, NCt b^rinf ?frfrt. N. B ? V large tatnrfment of tl? r*oir??t perfonw ry. j*MI Im*

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