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VOLVNK HI. NEW YORK, MONDAY MORNING, JULY 10. 1837. MO. 45J. Til* Hwallon'1 (art, at Nahant. A IO MANCC in heal life. Many years ago, two people, living mar that por t on o( SdleiH connecting With Nahant, whom we shall tm 'i in l>y thnr christian names, Charlotte und Will nui, |**1| ??( spcraudy in love with each other; but it ia;ijM in.J hi ih. 4 case particularly that true love 'd:d ..ot run smooth,' for the father of the girl being something . ?f a tiiriio? mind similar to Sir Giles Over* reach, th u ia, fond of this world's goods, had made up his mind to marry his daughter 10 a young F.ng lu-h officer of great fortune. But Charlotte loved ano ther *w,iin, who had been her constant associate from h< r childhood, and of course had firm p?>sses ? < :i oi her heart. His only fault w is poverty, and a most lar;ntf defect it was in the eye ol' the fat her of hts soul's dol. The young officer, having settled all the preliminaries, made proposals to Charlotte, which ? ?he with -<? >rn rejected. The gay suitor being chag- ! rued wrh the repulse he li.id mrt with, conferred with i the father, and threatened to leave the place forever, rather than again subm t to such cavalier treatment from ii gi'l whom he conceived was far beneath him j in circumstances. The father thou determined to take the matter into his own hand*, to see his daugh- | ter, and use conciliatory measures in bringing hrr to I his Withes, hut it *uch had not the desired effect, I force was to Reused to accomplish Ins purpose!. The young lady at first endeavored to change her I parent's determination by tears and supplications, but | finding theiy had no? Meet, she assumed the character ' of an obedient daughter, and to all appearance aceed* 1 ed to every wishol her father. The ymiitii; otileer | now believed that he might become the lady's hus- ; band, and in gaining Ins point argued very much like j King Richard, that 'she is a woman, therefore may | bo woo d ? she is a woman, therefore may be won.' ? Charlotte played the lover's part with the young offi ce*, but acted in reality with her 'heart's delight,' William. Tlie place of rendezvous was the 'Swal low's Cave,' where the lovers nightly stole and 'poured out their souls in transport.' On a little shelf of the rock, which is now as firm as ever, the lovers sat all the livelong night, and into her ears William Poured the sweetest woriU That art or love could frame. They consoled themselves with the reflection that the father would one day relent, wr that the officer would die, and then they would be freed from the dhacklos of suspense*. But as fate decreed it, the fa ther grew worse and worse every day, and what is more, the young officer had no notion of dying. The young couple were now wrought up to desperation, and Charlotte was determined, rather than marry any one but William, to put an end to her existence ? The youne officer, finding that Charlotte spent her evenings abroad, began to grow jealous and discon tented, and resolved to watch her narrowly, butChar lotte was a Yankee girl, and Yankee girls are pretty shrewd and canning, so she of course found out what he was after, and while he was acting one plot to catch her, the clear girl was playing a counterplot to check his progress. The jealousy on the part of the young officer, as might be supposed, prevented the lo vers from meeting as often as usual. They however formed a plan of corresponding, so that when any thing prevented their mMetmg together, thuy would write each other love epistles. Directly underneath the shelf of the rock where they sat, was a little hol low resembling a box, one of Nature's neatest pieces of handy-work, and as the tide did not rise to this point, the hollow was made a general depository for the billet dwiix. It was on a beautiful moonlight evening in the month of July, when all the fields are clad with a green man tle, and the watets leaped and sparkled in theli?hL, that Charlotte stole from the back door of her father's house to meet William at the ' Swallow's Cave.1 ? She glided like a doe through th? fields, and her nim ble steps soon brought her to the < 'ave. William re ceived ncr with open arms. Now in all these details we had liked to haw forgotten the most impo.thiit thing, via: the beauty of Charlotte. In the first Elace, she had a fine comely form? teeth like ivory? air as black as the raven's wing ? clear arched brow, and a sparkling, brilliant, laughing eye. And then her appearance ? "(Jrace war in ber M*M, heav?m in her ere. In every gesture dignity and love.' This was her appearance whan sh# came to the cave, and on the rock by the side of her true love. ? This was her outward form, but her heart was sad and troubled, and her spirits overcast with grief.? Well niifiht she have said in the beautiful lines of Rums ? It. ill 1 never loved to kindly, Had 1 never tared m> Mindly, llinl we never met or parted, i lim) ne'er lieen broken-hearted. After an exchange of soft glances, Charlotte unbur dened her heart as follows : ' 1 have seen that odious officcr again, and he ha* Sonc so far as to name tomorrow for the wedding ay. He asked my content in the presence of my father, and 1 was forced to comply tor the sake of deceiving him. When he left, I went to father and implored hnn not to sacrifice his daughter's happi ne*? forever by uniting her with one whom she can ?ever love? but lie called ni ? a frowurd, foolish girl, and unless 1 did as he wished* he would make me. 1 then lagged of him to delay the day of marriage lo another time, but he refused. I wept bitterly at bis denial, and went to my bed-room. I listened until I heard every one in the house retire, th n I stole down softly, and left the house, determined never again to return.' William listened attentively to fli.s rt cital, and then rising took Charlotte by the hand and imprint* d an affectionate kiss upon her lips. ? Charlotte, dear Charlotte, all hope is nsw in vain, fate has d<*crecd that yon never shall be nuns. Do you recollect this note V said he, takng a billet from Ins pocket. ' I do, I do,' said the agonized girl, 'it is a pledge ; of eternal love? in it we have sworn to live or die to gether? our oath is recorded in heaven* ' The time has now arrived ? let us leave toge ther this world of nnserv ? we shall again meet here after.' TVe lovers took each other bv the hand and walk ed toward a st**p rock overlooking the sea. which is now called 'The Lover's Leap.' Kroin this steep thev were determined to jump, and bid adieu toenrih. But just as they were about taking their farewell, a tall, genteel young man, dressed in a military coat and cap, was sees emerging from the cover of a neigh boring rock, known as 'The Retreat.' He stole cau tiously to where the lovers were standing, and arriv ed just in time to prevent the execution of the daring deed. Charlotte and William turned round, and the moonbeams revealed the form of the young officer. He instantly drew his sword from its scabbard, white the lovers stood like statues before him. Kach look ed at the other for a few moments in mute astonish ment. Then the officer dropped his sword, and join ing the levers' hands together, said : ? I have been a spy upon your movements this night ?and 1 have for the first time become sensible that Charlotte never can be my wife. You love each other and may yon long live and be happy. Tomorrow I shall leave the place forever, and for the unhappinesa 1 now perceive I have lonu caused ywi, accept this purse.' As he finished, he deposited a heavy purse of gold into the hand of Charlotte, and left the place, and was never aeen after. The purse was found to contain a large ameunt of gold, by means of which Charlotte succeeded in open ing the flinty beart of her father, whoconsen tea to her union with William. They were msnried, had children, and what is more, the old folks are living still, neaf Salem. They have a daughter who has inherited all the charms of her mother, and she tvas named Charlotte. She is now young and beautiful, has a nice young man for a beau, and they do say, that Charlotte and her beau so far follow the exam ple of the old folks, that they go courting to the ^wstlew's Cave en moonlight evenings. If any of our readers are curious to see the Swul low's Cave, the Lover'a Leap, the Reese, the seat i*n the rock, %pd the little Poet Office, all so famous in the hieiery of Charlotte and William, they had hot* ?er stop at.Holman's for one week at least. ? B??. Her. % A CARD. -The ladies dm-) gentlemen of New York are respectfully informed that for tiieir further amusement a BAND is ponged to perform oneverjr fair evtaiofi eoonnen cmg on Mondav, Jure JGth, u>der tlie direction of Mr. Brown, at the BOWKRV S'l'K.iM CONFECTIONARY AND SA LOON, No. 2IIH Bowery, wliere all the various delightful be verages and delicacies appropriate to the season are supplied, and every attention paid U) the comfort and acconimodation ol those friends and patrons who may feel disposed for a prome nade to No. Bowery, opposite to Rmngton ?u jelNtf Watches and jkwkllki.v at ru. DL'CEtt PRICES, ? The sdbscrrber being desirous of j closing the large slock of goods he has at present on hand, of J lers f(ir sale at wholesale or retail, gold and silver patent de : tatciied lever, lepine, duplex, anchor escapement, independent ! seconds, and vertical watches; fold guiiru, neck, fob, and vest j chains; teals keys, broaches, pins, and ear-rings; new pattern gold pencils, and silver guard chains; diamond pins, broaches, nnd ring*; musical Imxes, bronze ink. coUigneana watch stands; i card racks, thermometers, dressing cases, hackgammmi boards, ! lc.lcc.,at a small advance upon sterling test. | _je8-lm*^ M. J. TOBIAS, 22 Wall st. HpHE CLKKK'S <;UIDKi tilt, COMMERCIAL 1 CORRESPONDENCE ? Comprising letters of introduc lion, letters of credit ami general business, with forms for Bills, Invoices, Bill Parcels, Bills of Exchange, Account Sales, Equa tion ol Payments, an Explanation of Commercial Terms, and Advice to young Merchants and Tradesmen, with regard to the general management of business; l?y B F. Foster, Principal of the New York Commercial School; author of a Treatise on Book-Keeping, lie., 1 voL 1 2mo. pj> 258. Just published and for sale by C. MIIEPARD, 18!> Broadway. XT At a trifling cost, we have her# what should be consider ed to be an indispensable companion to every junior clerk in Commercial or Areocy establishments. It will be found ser viceable to all as a nook of leference and instruction. a 7 REMOVAL. ? DOCTOR JACKSON lias removed nis Medivated Vapor Bnths from No. If)!) to 209 Bowery .where he has baths ready for visitors at five minutes' notice, from 8 o'clock, A. M. to 11 o'clock, P. >1. An intelligent female, who has had three years' experience in the business, in constant at tendance on the ladies' apartment. Genteel furnished apart ments, and board, with good nurses, provided for invalids who may wish to put themselves under the medical treatment of Dr. JacksNH and the Medicated Vapor Baths. mvl2 v AC A HI). ? BR. JACKSON has added to bis Patent Ve getable M( dicateil Vapor Bath Establishment, at 2U(* Bow '?ry, genteelly furnished apartments and board, with the best ot' nurses, provided for invalids who may wish to put them selves under his medical treatment aud his Medicated Vapour Baths. jeo-tf WHOLESALE CAMOY STORK, 131 Witlia.H street. ? The subscriber is now opening n fresh pssortnuul of Candy, which he will sell, wlxilesale and retail, at the low est market prices. Persons wishing to buy to sell again will find it decidedly to their advantage to call. Goods will We pack ed and sent to any part of the country. a2fi if H. GREGORY A, s: 1?RESCH LANUrAGK (CONVERSATIONAL SYSTEM.) ? A class of Ladies meet in the afternoon, ami a clam of gentlemen in the evening, nt the resilience of Profes sor Barber, 155 Chamber* *t. An ea^v introduction into this language is offered to those who may join either of these clas Atnily to Dr. BAKBEK, whu give* lessons in Kloculion at the f) C. '-'NDERHILL, Teacher and Translator of the French, Spanish, and je2t>-liir Italian Languages, 82 Morton st. PH. MAKN <&. CO., COEFFEUKS DE PARIS, 50 ? Nassau street, corner of Maiden Lane. Having lately arrived from Paris, beg most respectfully to announce to the la dies esj>ecially, that they will still continue to follow their pro fession as Ladies' Hair Dressers. Likewise; that every atten tion and punctuality to those la lie* w ho may favor theiu with their commands. Also, that they will have the latest fashion* from Paris. P. F. Mae* having had a silver medal awarded to him by the French Academy for ladies' hair dressing. niy77 CARD TO THE PUBI.If.-WM, HILL'S in imitable style of Hair Cutting, No. 8t> Pearl st., upstairs ? For fear of any wrong impressing the public may labor under, the salwcriher respectfully inform I hem he has never lie longeu to the combination of Hair dressers. iSliaving t> 1-4 cents. jeti-Sm* MKN'8, YOUTHS' AM) < HILOKKA'8 CLOTH INO.? GEORGE A. HOYT it CO., No. 14 Bowery, have on hand an extensive assortment of ready made cl. thing, suited to every age and si 7-e, w hich they will sell ve ry cheap for cash, either at wholesale or retail. mv22-3w* HA 1*1 1? A ION E WINK &.<? -ir;o baskets " Joly" champaign received via London; cases wines, consist ing of fine and middling qualities, madeira, sherry, port and claret. Also, London brown stout and porter, received per bark Egyptian. Also, porter and ale put up for exportation, and champaigne cidar believed to surpass in flavor mid excel lence any bottled in this city. For sale at moderate prices by THOMAS MEANS, 81 Water street, one door east of Old slip. N B Wines liottled to ordvr. li ?' > Haw 4? * PLKUAN I DRESS BOOTS.? RICHARDS AND JTj WALKER'S T wo Establishments for selling ail the differ eut kinds of fashionable Boms nod Shoes for Nnwiiner wear, at Nos. UM and ?12 Canal street, where the largest, most splendid and fashianable assortment may be bad and where the nimble sixpence passes tor the slow shilling ! w here the largest and by far the most elegant assortment of Gentlemen'* Summer Dress Boots inade of tine light sealskin, morocco, and calfskin, price only A2 SO to $?> no the pair, warranted superior to any in the city for the price Don t mistake our Stores, for the Nos. (2 28 and 'HI Canal street) is exactly over the doors. je29>lm- RICHARDS k WALK ER, 228 and 232 Canal sl DKNTISTU1. Dr. COR WAN, SURGEON DENTIST, and Manu facturer of Incarruptibte Ttttk, No. 188} Spring st. out of McDougal. N. B. Dr. C.'? charges are very moderate, and hi* Incorrup tible Teeth are really splendid mv23 5m VKOKTAHLK COMPOUND OIL., lor coloring the haireitlirr bmwnor jet black. Also, MARKING INJv, tor Linen, witliaut preparation, for sale by MRS. KINO. 141 Fulton st. n? tf WOKM Ml ' tJ Alt PLUMS. -An etficacion* and convenient medicine for children, causing worms to tie discharged in great numlier*, and even where there is mi ap pearance of worms, tUey do much good in cnrrving off the se cretion of .mucus from the atomacii and bowels, which gene, rates them, and is as injurious tochildren as worm* alive. For ?ale hy the proprietor's agent. N B. GRAHAM, No. 90 Nassau street, mvll if Corner of Fulton. i)| A I.I. NOTK* SMAI.Ii NOTES SMALL NOTES? Fur change, engraved expressly tor storekeep ers, hotels, tradesmen, manufacturer*, he., to supply the pre sent scarcity of s|iecle. The ureal demand for these notes, have made it necessary to engrave an entire new set on Steel Plates, with beautiful vignettes, the high finish of which ren ders them secure from counterfeit. Notes for $1, 75, SO, 25 and 124 cents, printed on bank note paper, equal to bank bills in ap pearance and beauty, payable to bearer at sight in trade or bankable bills. The atoive notes are now ready for delivery Orders from any part of the United State* promptly attended to, on application to J. NEALE, Engraver and Printer, 6 John st., 3 doors from Broadway. N. B. Tradesmen and oinntrv merchants are invited local ml *ee specimens previous to making their purchases. jel9>tn | A<4KAN<<IC PLACE, HI'LL'S KKRI<%. I A Tin- public is respectfully informed that the above elegaut and fashionable place of resort i* now ojien for the reception of visitor*. The Bar has been stocked with the clmicest wines and liquors, ?egars, creams, ices, h c., together with all llie various kind* offruits, cakes and conlectionary. Ilr?*akfa*t*. dinners and sup|?er* prepared at the sliortest notice, Civil and attentive ?ervant* inc<m?tant attendance. Tlie sabscrilier hopes that liy his unremitting peiaonai atten tion to the comfort ami accommodation of those ladies and gen tlemen who may visit I .a Orange Place, to merit a continuance of that very lilieral patronage which ha* lieen healowed on his esiaMishment the last three year*. Military companies on target excursions can lie accommoda ted with dinners a* asual. . . , , . Dinner* served on Sundays at the return of tlie 12) o clock ??oat. Time of roing and returning as follow*:? From New Yurk? fit. I'H, 3), anil 6) o'clock. From Fort Lee and Bull'* Ferry ? 8, 124, and So eh?rh. Sundays ? leaves New York at 7|, 10, 12). ami 2) o clock, (or ? oil's Ferry only. Monday*? Leave* on return at S, 8), 1 1), ami a o clock. On Monday mghu the Ixial will lay over in New York. . 10-e.aAw " JOHN PONSON. New tore life inscranck and TRUST COMPANY. -Person* may effect in*urnnce* with thl* Company on their own five*, or the live* of other*, and either for the whwle do rat ion of life, or for a limited peri od. The payment* of premium may he eithet made annually, or in a rroa* *um. _ Premium* on On? Handred Dollar* tor Owe Year. Are 1 year. Age. I year. Age. I year. Age. I y. u ? n * ? ?? ? i ?? ? > ? , ? 77 S7 I is ? I st ?i i srr e DM 2* IK 4o I fi'l sa a "2 7 tm ? I 2a 41 I 71 SB S 10 J n *4 ? I 81 42 in A4 S II a 0 an 91 I 12 4.1 I ?? SS 8 33 12 o 9, 32 I ? 44 I Ml V> S 47 f. a 91 M I S4 I ?? 9T I 71 29 M l? ? " A 09? IS I ? l? ? S?7 ?a am ? I ? M "? 4 SS ? i an V I ? ^ l ? Money will he receded m ?>y the Company, .ml held In traat apnn which mtere- 1 Upon any -m ove, |ino, ,rre.leemahle for I year *1 P*T m m ? m " tor S mo*. 4 per rent. ? m ? ina " for I mo*. S per rent. trusters Wm. Bard. Samuel TWompaon, Thos. W. Lndlow, I*"*" Wm. a. Lawrence, Twm Rwj"*" Jacob Lor1Hv< Stephen Warren. John Doer. Jame* Eent, Peter Harmony, Nath l Prune. S Van Renanettaer, N Devereaat, John O. ceatar. Bern. Rnener. I Tsta. ??:?. Jaaae* MeRride, John Sathtwsoe Jr. t. G. Stirreaant, T?>o* J. Oaktey, Stephen Whitney, John J A?V*. John Maaon. Oaliaa C. Verplanck ?e?y. L Swan. _ WM. BARB. B. A HI COLL. Bear, mi y Dr. P. ATKINS, PhySrlaa u? the Campaay Dlt. H. SWKRT'8 CELEBRATED STRENGTH ENING PLASTER. The most valuable remedy for weakness anil pain in the siMc, hark, ami stomach, and l'??r de bility in tlx* Im -k and loins, froiu ilie ertect of fracture* and dis location of the bones, ever ofl'ered to the public. Dr. Sweet, of Franklin, Connecticut, no long distinguished for Bone Met tin}?, willing to meet the wishes of li in friends, ? and thai the thousemls suffering from pain* and weaknesses may avail themselves of a rmiinly, and diminish llieliillsof physicians ? lias arranged with Mr. H. C. Baxter, ot' New London, Conn., to manufacture li i> Strengthenings Salve, and supply every city ?mi town in the United Stat!*-.. None genuine without the written signature ot H. C. BAXTKIt, agent and joint propri etor. Messrs. Pratt i flay, druggists, Ki Maiden lane, wholesale agents fur the i itv of New York, and lor sale by most of the respectable dm . gists. Price, 2."> cents a rolL mSI Dm Du. lit >I ST? HA L.M OF (.ILKA1), Com. tinu> ? to enjoy the same reputation that has already lieen bestowed upon it by numbers o| the atllicteil who have suffered from ?iv?p#-|>Ma, nervous affections, debility, loss of appetite, heartburn end all similar complaints. Ts virtues cannot be too highly extolled ami i- t;i--t gaining the reputation that Dr. Solo mon's oofe enjoyed In Europe, tnvalds cannot find any article to answer the purpose mi \? ell, it is put lip in large bottles with lull directions, t ach, and s<il,| w bolide aad retail l?y K. M. Onion, cor. Bows rv nnd Grand St. rav 3d-y. POM?lKLY Til Is IC M IV UK SOMK i'K it SONS .1 'dieted with pains or weakness in the side, breast, back or limbs, or with distressing coughs, asthmas, tic., who have not \ et used Badcau'sCelebratcd Strengthening Plasters. ! Those who him w il! confer Instiii'.' obligations on the subscri ber bv informin ? him bv letter or otherw ise, of the effect pro- j duced by weiiri-' them, and those who have not, are politely I requested to rea.l the full 'wing, from gentlemen who till that j station in society, that it is impossible for them to be influenced , by any BtOtiv* - hut the Uiost noble aed exalted, to w rite ibiis ? m V'tSHMl.l., April 24, 1431. t Mr Badeau? I am grateful to you. -.1 r, for furnisliing \<> me j and the Ctwiii unity *0 pleasant and effectual relief from the dis- i tressing effects of a h< tvycold. Ktmie few weeks since I was afflicted with al>adcoltl, and fell severely pressed on my Imgs ! with acute pains la t lie chest. By applying one of your e?e- ! brated Piasters, I w as ranch relieved in 1 \s < 1 ri^vs, and have con- ' tinued its use until tb" dit!ieultv is effectuall) removed; ami I | consider theui the easiest, cheapest, ami iip"s| pleasant remedy ( such invalids can ob aiu. Yours, Jic., H 1 v. J. Z. Nti not.*. ; S r ? From a knowledge of ilie materials of w bich your Plas ters are composed, and nmn from the beneficial efls*ct? of tliem j I have observed, I am prepart d to pla'e tliem above anv thine of the kind now in use, not oulv for the complaints lor which j plasters are generally applied, but for others, as recommended in your advertisement. ? New York, May 2d. SAWvrt Sshckvnt, M. D. These Pi asters are entirely free from everv species of quack- 1 err, ami I cheerfully uiv ile ilie clt -esi mv e-i igatiou of t lie M ien- 1 tine, intelligent, and sceptit a I. Person* alioat purchasing will be particular to a?k for "Huh ill's Celebrated Strengthening ? Plaster," anil thii tiie directions with my signature are pie ced on the buck ol tin* Piaster. S Id whoh ? -de and retail, by ( the sulwc rilier, w ho is the side nvi ntor and i>rm>rietnr, at the Bowery Medicine More, ~1'" Bow ery, New York. Je24 Im OVKLY a m? adorfd ry all.-\\ ex li CELLENT AUTICLE FoK PERSONAL BEAL'TY',? Considered as an object ever commanding unfeigned admira tion, awakens -1 natural solicitude for its attainment and preser vation, ami the toilet become* a department Imth ofimportance I and utility, more especially where discernment presides in Ihe j selection of those appendages w Inch experience has sanctioned, 1 For this purpose, Lady Montague's Coiiqtouiul Chinese Soap, , prefers attention, founded oil nearlv a century of trial, com bining elegance of preparation with the prominent requisites o safety and efficacy. It has obtained extensive patronage as a , refresher and suslamer of ibe completion, ami preserving ud- 1 impaired an agreeable flexibility, softness, and transparent t|ua- | litV of the skin. For sale by A. Underbill, .IM Beekman street, corner of Wi|. , liam; Dr. .las. II. Hart, corner Bowery and Walker. Prite 3U cents per cake. mv2V3m I SPIC *?; It I 'I'T ?' H fS, ? These bitters nave neeu long celebratetl for their peculiar virtue, in fortifying ami Strengthening the stomach; they procure an appetite and help digestion, sweeten and purify the blood, remove obstructions, and are found very useful in removing the jaundice ; they pro- ' duce a sweetness of the breath, removing all acurhulic and un savory belching, and are a great preventive against fevers ami ague*. Tliev are useful in all seasons of the year, but more particularly so in the soring, by bracing Ihe fibres, ami pre. j venting that disagreeahle lisllessness an, I weakness an-intr too frequeutlv from relaxation on Uiv appioach of warm weatlier Prepared ami sold, wholesale anil retail, bv nathaN B. OH All am, mll-tf 9" Nassau st., eor. of Fnlton. DEKTISTRYt ? TEETH are worthy object* o| tne an atomists, the physjolog ists, Ilie chemist*. the naturalists, and tiie practical surgeon. So says Doetor Hate. K. OEDNEY', Dentist, formerly of No. Jb Park I tow, now 84 Chambers street, has the pleasure of announcing to his friends and the public bis return from Europe, after an alwence of five years, where he has spared no pains or expense in perfecting himself in Ibe art of his profession. He has brought with him a large and choice assortment of na tural uud Venetian Kiiaun l Teeth, which may be set artificial ly, from a sinirle tooth to an entire ?, L K. G. pledges himself Ui fill cariOLs or decayed 'I'eeth with gold or stannail fwils, so as lo pieserve them free from pain for j life; ami also remove all causes incidental to the destruction or | that may injure the beauty ot those inv tillable organs. He is kindiv permitted to refer to Ihe Hev II. Anllion, D I)., 1 Si. Mark's Clmrcli; Rev. Eras. L Hawks, D. D.,St. Thomas' Church, New York. He may lw found at 8-1 Clumbers str? et, a few doors west of Broadway. New Y'ork, I61I1 December, IW6. Mr. E. Oednev ? Mir' I have perused with some attention ! your "Treati .eon the Structure, Diseases, and Management of ; the Human Teeth," ami think, with the highly respectable gentlemen who have written you favorable opinions, that the numerous views you have taken of the subject termed dentistry, have show n your extensive acquaintance with its various de- ' tails. Your allusion as to the importance of the rerular alien, j dance of a dentist liolli in private families ami public s^niuia- > rie*, Is, in my opinion, Worthy the highest consideration. Your , collection of dental instruments surpasses every thing ol the sort I have seen. Its variety, fitness, awl finish, filled me with l^rreeable surprW; ami leaves no doubt of your skill ami ability in tiie judiciou u?e ot them. Msv you go 011 ami pr>s|ier. ml 8-.'Jm* (Signed) B. L MITCHELL I IAMKM ot: ^ HDALK, VETEHIRARY M l* ?f OEON. No. i."" Fnili street, returns thanks to bis |?tro?isfor their lilternl encouragement hitherto, an<l ho|ies be will meril a continuance of the same. The Equestrian Amateur, who ha? 1 g?i| bis |h?s?'s lame bv shoeing or other causes, woultl do well | tocall at his place liefore disposing of th**iu as us?-|ess ; (or one application ot hi' ?npeiior principles nf shoeing has cured hnn dn'tis ?t horses of long siataling lameness that were dee met I in curable. lie oilers to convince any one that may be sceptical nf his abilities by goot I reference, or occular demonstration, ami , let work bear witness. N. B. His horse shoes received i premium nf the last two Fairs ol the American Institute. Diseased burse* received at bis Equine Infirmary , where they will lie treated on the most approved principle*, as established bv Ihe European Veterina ry Schools. Ilenieniber No. Jll Fifth street, near the Bowery, with Ilie skeleton ?l a horse over the gate. Signed, JAMES DRYNOALK, je2i-lm* (Ir.idnateof the KJInbiirgh Veterinary St b?ol AMTIfr'K I.* I. 'I XKTU, n iihoijt rlow, *prmir?, \r on the principle of ?tmn?ph?-rif pre?*ure, hv M. LEVKTT, Denti*l, .,||) Br ??|?|>? >?? !?? Mnvmi. Il.ill. Th' improve tut-ill and llftliiiirtlinhilii; feature ofthi* method I* till* complete Iv effecting of thf Html tin- ensr ami *ecurilvol the mmIM i? ' ill in the mouth, ? holly v? Ithoat cla*p., ligature* ?print*. or nny other?ii>iilnr menn*. Perwin* interested In ihia Iniprnvrnmil. alin arc yet uiMrijuiintril * it li it* nature and extent, may hv a slight inspection, which i* frfrl* dlTiTfd to them, that the plan i* different In principle ami re?uli* ftont a. iv hitherto prat i.ml m New York, ami tliat the bIkivc Mate ment i? ?trictlv and entirely accurate, jel^-am* 'M' H I*' ?*' % ?* Dli. RViLIOTT) Oculiit, Pmli'wir of Anatomy anil dl? ??a*" nf the Human Eye.? From 12 year* 11 > i?l i v i< I at tention an<l coixtant ?tndy, under the most celebrated Orullata in Europe, ami one of til. |ie*t in America ? ProVe*anr Smith of the Meiflcal College of Ohio? with the mo*t e*ten*ive and *uc ceaMul practice in the IJmoii, l)r. E. assert* with confidence, that he ran cure the most dangernu* and cronic di*ea*e* ?l Uie Eye. w ithout an operation, eirept in ca?e? mf hlindne**. when he nnemte* lor Cataract, Corectoniia, and Kntropium. SPECTACLES? Dr. E.'* patent, lieaiitiful, tran*j>arent. me dium Spectacle Olawr*. having tlie i>eculiar property of keep ing the eye (>erfe<-t|y cool, giving innneiliate and permanent ea?e, and at the *auie time auit every age, w ithout the neceiwity of chance. Dr. E. wHI him?e|f ad;n*t the glawe*. to *uit the particular defect. Dr. E. I?- j* to Mal>- that he attend* to di*ea*e* of the ly and imperfect on? ol the vi*ion orjly. HIT (Nhf TKI Broadw ay. Private entrance in Duane ?u niv2?-v fiKNOV \ I..---C. Mil K PAR If re?pectfully inform* hi* IV tl Miai lie hi* removed In- |m||, Si* lionarv and Fancy Hood* Store, froni IS9 Broadway, to 2fi2 Broadway, *econd dooratxite Warren *treet, (oppo*itethe City Hall.) He In* made arrangement* for receiving all new publication* at theearlie?t d.ite. lie will greatly enlarge hi* *tock, anil he pronme" to keep cnu?lantlv on hanil a* frreat a variety, and a* '"mi <i| flu-- S tl , School ami Mtvella neou* Work* a? ran lie lound in the city. lie will alwav* In- ready to simply hi* rnMomer* with the ftneti quality <f Enfliah and American Stationery, ainoup wI.m i. n, I Eagllah letter anil note paper, aealing wat, ?teel and <|uill pen*, pcnknlve*, wallet*, gold and *i|ver pencil*, New-man*. Meeve*. and <>*l?orn* watar color*. engraving*, oil palatini" k He will al*o keep on hand a very eit??*ive aaaortment of Children'* Book*. New V-rk. Mm I, UU RffV HI An* ANDHHOlLDlERII.-Mi'Mli* Ham*, 2" do. Shouldwr*, lor *ale liy IIARTMAN k BlftDSALL, Brokeriand Co?nmi?*ion mvl7 Merchant*. 20 ami *2 Water*. |\M% IMIO HAi>K III il.N, A I ?'A M ? OAY k 1/ 0 AM, AW AY. corner of Old *|ip and Water *treet will receive Drv l),?-k R^nk B H< in payment lor IRON. NAILS HTrr.l.. Hol l ow WAKE. AND DOMESTIC IBON MA NVrACTI REM. of which they have a cowiplete a**?rtment. i*la* /'KRWAM HIIA KH In Sheet*, It |fot>. Plate*, and ^ ? Wfrr, fWr Mil# uiMHi r^nwinnMr t rrm?. DB LEWIS EEI/CHTWANORR, ieltr 2 Oinrllandt utreeL BB A r W ATKH. ? IM one cation dem^hnji.jror ?ale ky MARTMAN k BIRDBALL, Broker* an I Comm'*a*nr Merchant*. mjt M a*4 M W?wr ttreel PASHIONABLBHATM; ai COUPLAND jVti co.'S, 2J Bowery, east side, !our <ir???rs south ?| ?S9f Bit yard st Single hats at wholeside prices. Drab an I black plain Hate and every article In the line? none art- belter. jelo-lm4 TRXYALIm vrODDAirf 'dfeoT, N<?. H Courtlandt street, beg to inform tin- tmiie that lliey have removed from No. ti Courtlandt -treel to the ulnive lar^e and elegant new More, where they have an hand, and are con stantly ceo-iving, fresh supplies of HatterV Pluata and Trim mini;*. Also, fancy colored Plushes, for ladies' bonnets, which they will sell iin accommodating terms. lints, Caps, Sti>< ks, and Stock Frames, at wholesale. sl2-y !JK??\V\ <3L CO.'S ONf P <1< K HAT miUK.-'I he subscriber*, since the year 1U24, have i in ? I at furnishing the public sv it li an elegant and sub stantial IA'1' n; the most graceful form, at the accomniM latn^ price of ^1. They can how say thai their erturts have been crowned with triumphant success. The 1 1 a mnmH'actBred by litem during the lr*t three months, surpas* in beauty and finish any heretofore o tiered, and stand pre-eminent among tboseof higher prices, worn by the fashionable world. To their patrons tin would say ? the quality, as far as m iy be, is uni lorm ? the price moderate L'nd fixed ? the pri it small, and all the sales for cash. 17U CVatham Square, cor. Malt st. myl9-tf BiioWN Si CO. tlj'no.l) \ .IIST is?0S. OSiMBlUTI I SHALL NKV I. II SHRINK. ? In consequence ot tSe I present emergency of the times, the subscriber oflers ' lor sale Ihe first quality of satin lieaver HATS at $3, the same liirid generally v>ld bv ine at $4. In erder to | make these Mats dojustice, there sliall be no pains or exertions | spared on my part. 1'. II. BROWN, 183 Hudson sL je2l)-lm* 7 door* above Canal. , >Mv KOlt j-ALK A Country St at in the village ot rwjM White Plains, Westchester county, New York. The desirable couutry teat , situate in the village ofWhite Plains, Westchester county, /7 miles ft ma New York city, with nnncre of land, on which isa two story house, 8- by mifeet, built within the last year, and completely finished throughout w ith a piazza in front. On the first floor are four rooms, all fnislied with lire places, and :? hall through the (tall depth ol the house. On the second stoiy are live rooms, two of which are finished wit li fire plaefs, and a large garret On the premises is :> goi d barn and other out buildings, and a good well ot water. The whole iiencU I with a gooclpioket fence. K'>r further particulars respectinftlie above prop* rty, apply to Joim Mead, or 1'aliut r &t Fisher, at'White Plains, or James Y. Wiitkins, 16 Catharine street. New York. je7-ltn 'VA IHH'SK TO LKT, r?K FOR 8ALI.? The new !"!? modem built three story house in Sth st. a lew doors east if Itroadw ?y, being the middle of the three boost * just finished. This house is finished in the best manner, with a I the modi rn improvements, an?i p<,s*ession can be had immedi ately. Apply to (?. CLARK, lttti Waterstreet. invlfi istt Jmejk. T< ? LF.T. ? Till' Store known as No. 1 16 Maiden lane, one door front IVarlst. Possession given immediately. aHHHb Inquire "t 194 IVarlst. j99y Pnper Box llnza ar. (iKOttUK PKUSCH Kf ? | No. 121 Fulton street, Hiree doors from Ni?!iu,| Manulacturesand keeps constantly on hand, lor sale, plain and lancv Paper Hoxes, of* every description, size Mid style, lor tlic lol lowing lines of business: A ? Dry flood-., Silk*, Lace-, fcc. B? Shoes. C? Fancy Ar ticle-. I) ? Stocks, Collars, Bosom*, Shiri?. K ? Curls. F liuttonx. (J? Jewelry and Perfumery, in all their branches. ? II ? Samples tor colfae, rice, w heat, Ate. J ? Matches. K ? t urs, especially for mullk. I* ? Musical instruments. M ? Drugs, aj>o thecary, and stationary. N ? Hat Cases, hiu boxes, and hand boxes, lor millinery 'articles. Order* lor any put pose, quantity, or quality of paper Ixixe? received, an J promptly executed with despatch, at the lowest prices, to lit any article prescribed, in the neatest manner. M ercliants setting up new stores can lie supplied immediate ly w ith go-. I and strong hoxes for store use. exactly fitting the snelves, aud being a teal decoration ol the store. Country merchant* will find every aecon nnodation in regard |o obtaining boxes of any description, and shipping theiM to all parts of America at the shortest notice. In the mean time he gives notice that he regularly imports from <ii ruiany, Ins native country, real Genuine Cologne Wa ter, of which lie lins ju-t received a targe quantity for whole sale, superior to any art icle in the present mar e U AI*o, a most splendid assortment of German patterns for samples ami embroideries of every description, for retailing ? tegnrbnaes, pocket hooks, and ladies' notice books, decorated with needle work ill so rich and handsome a style as they never were seen before. <?. Peusclier returns his sincere thanks to his numerous friends and customers for their former pai ronage.and trusts by unwearied pains to merit a continuance of the same. lie also Informs bis friends ami the pu die that he lias been ? war led a diploma from the hist American Fail, held (Irlober, I83h, at Niblo's Garden, New York, for a specimen ol paper bote*, they b? ing considered the most suhstanli.il and splendid article in tlie line ever offered to the inapuctkwof the public. mrJO I iii Manhattan hoi'sk, nh;*v YORK.? JAMBS HY \N, I'roni the Howard llouse. Boston, re ?pect(ully informs the public that he has taken the large build* :ns bi Buane strcnt? six doors from Broadway, known as llut* ger's College, for i lie purpoaeofa Hotel laid Restaurant. The interior of the building has been entirely taken out, and refuted expressly to suit the business of the present Occupant ilr. Ryan will keep the Manhattan Hn??e for the accommo daliouel t bill, and Parties; the M Wines and Liqueurs will lie furnished from his cellar, having lieeri carefully selected from the Ix'st stork* hi Boston, a large portion ol them being of the celebrated sto l>< long in the cellars of Mr. tialbtglll r, late af the Excham'c f'oHee House. Rooms will lie In rn. shed for Reference ami Courts Martial. Transient and jieraianent hoarders w ill be accommodated in the i>est style known in the country; and elegant apartments will be let, with or without ' ? .il l The Tabli rt'Hotewill lie supplied with every delicacy of iff various season*) bri akl i?t-, dinners, and supjiers ol every vari ety Mill lie served at short notice; and various soups will be ready every day fromeleranto three. Mr. II. la confident that in thtsdeparl incut, hi* ov* n ex |ierienre, added to the skill ol the persons employed h< cuooorri, w ill enable him to please the j most fastidious epicures, both in respect to quality and stvle. Those friends wholiave known tbe character of Mr. R.'ahouse 1 n Boston, be e> assured, will find his accommodations better, ?us means more ample, ami Ins ibligence quite iw untiring ; and j nun such strangers in this city as five excellence in the various > iepartmeataot h;s profession, lie would he* tbe lavorof anear ly call, with the lull hope i t giving satisfaction. 1 7" House will lie opened 13th June, lfW7. jelf.'w' | ? It It; II TO \ HOl'KBi? 1 The subscribers respectfully 1 1 J give notice to their frieiMls and the public, that tfiey ha\r taken tb is com uh idious ami elegant lintel, ami liavii : completed their preliminary arrangements, are now ready to rwive cons ! jiany lor th< m'?sii|, oi h\ the week or day. Meals will In- ! provided at tbe shortest notice to parties, or vir ly. and the gtmernl dinner on tbe t al?|e at I o'rloek dolly. This eitensive j building is eotirelv n> w and IWnislicd in a liamlsnnie manner, the bedrooms tmmcrotl', m?-t OOtafot table mill nonv enient i and from tlie wr\ -i I nation, at the corner ol Richmond Terrace and j fork tvenue, and war to ih" laudite/ wbarl, is moat ci . . iveni- | ently situate . and commands aii extewslve an l lieautiltiljuos pecL In tb-' 'aiiueilute vt< inity fish and game of various kinds may he (blind in great plenty, and Induce sportsmen to s i -it I thi? delightful | lac. Tims to men of business or leisare, tbe mean- are offer* lot an itn I -i trlxil and chormitig retreat front tlie contusion and bustle .f tV city, in a few minnes ??il across the U ? oiiitul I. iv . W bate* er many ywtt ol experience and a determination to plea*' esm afford tor the convenience awl I comb" < ot their v -iters, the (iiliM-rtlier* * ill always l?e .irmly to > offer. Hn-ir lar let is constantly furnisb?d withes ? rv delicacy I in season, and lln r st?ck of w ues and liquors ate of the be?t j selection and qualities. The st. a. H is \\ at. W it' h and I'nideri lla ply to and from tbe city cmist in'lv , from 7 o clock in tbe morning till ti o'clock in tbe evening -tare l^t n i;ts. IXIN \l.nSMN k HOI. I IS New Brtgbta , Maten Moai, Jnne n -R. jybR* uCiHIOIiSY't Mill NTAIH MIN KRAI. SPRINUS 9 I'li. iliKlersi^'iied, pfopi letor ol the Heath House, would give net ire that Ills eslalilblillieni was te?ipene>! for the pece|e tHiaof company on 'be |sj June mst. Th>- sitnatbnt ot tlw place Ibr medicinal qtiabtie* of the w ater, and purity of the inoun. tain ar, are niattera st *ucb iwrtortetv that it is ib < i?? 'I nnnecea sarv to iiKire than merely illude to then le're. It t? ah . s.lv known to verv many that tlie e.tabbshtoent Is new. spa. ions, and very comfortable, an I that it has bneome a highlv laslnona llle place at resort. Tb?- Iielucement to visit tln-re th<' present season is quite equal to any former one. Tbe liouse i? In tine j order, the gr inds haislsonielv and pleasantly arrang> d, ami the course heretofore pursued in the accommodations fbr I ntsbeil willle" slrtctly ohservetl t lie pn^ent aensnn. It " l"'l* d that this estahlislinient, so highly S?vored tor tie public Mle r- j to, will contlnne to attract to it ie?t only those who bale liefore i visited it, hut also many others a ho are sc. kttitf a jneaaewt re. treat ilur.ng tin- h<a months ot Julv an. I A tii: list. I l? prices forlKianl will In- in strirt sccnr?lance with the islue ot nenw v i and tbe sUteofthe times. The iinder.ignc.1 |treaanies mil toi ? errtse any exclusive riglit to the mineral water, hat a mid as surelhepiit.lt. that it. a. well aa Hk- aii . are tree to I *? used by all tho? w ho may lie pleased to ? sit the pRre, JrtMiWW* "ARBH. Kr.f.NOIT II A I.I. Sit III MILK v<s Mill NT MN MIVMUI. sPltlN'is, Mi* JKRMKY Tbt ?ulaa-ri Ser would respectfully ii ! .rin los friends an4 the putilir that he has jest reopened this establishment for the iVeeptinnof vts?. tisrs, <K tie h? ililili.lm >so| the lia at ion, the l? a |v ul tie see. r?erv, and tlie comlort and accommodations of Belmont Hall, ll?.'siil>srrilier feels warranted in aaytog that it cannot lie sur passed by any similar establishment. He tf* "at Hall has tie en improved hv a splendid piaxra, * irm tod i abl baths, and various iraines anil aittiwn'nH, aiet tlie pro(>rietor pledges himself that no pain* sliall lie spared t o ren ter Belm<ait llal) a m^t desir ible retreat both to invalid" an J partie- of pleasure. Tbe route is a very pb asant o' ? Tbe -tau'e leaves tlie loot of Coutllandt street eien morning it 1 (jVToi k, A. M . and arrives at Belmont at t i/eh^-k same <t*v The snbscrther is proprietor of the Mineral Bpriiys. and hopes by hi* attention to merit au.l receive a shn? of public natmnnge. Pric?-s w iM be regulated according ?" 'lie times. JOHN HIM II MAN. Belmont llall, .lime 18. 1IW7 j*'* t*?1w Rt WIITON <A IHPINtVALI'1 ? ?*raet offer for sale . Jujube past*, hi So and 100 Ih. boses, very superior Robinson's patent B arley and Omets, fresh ami Jnst reteived Tartaric Ai id, in to lb. boxes f|mx?r CurlKMiitr c?f |f?30lh.J#fi ?mi Hi. Files' tMoriferous t%?ai|>?'0"?L inhoies and kc.u|<* Also. Bwaim's Panacea, at manufar torers' pricas. nl tf IVtTiTcirTo N*w War pahtif^ i ? i>n kkr [l wishes to uifomi Ma fr leads and tbe nnMic that he has jusi received a fresh supply of ftf* rate OYMtI'.RM. and ready la serye them Fried. Btewed. Roaated, and Pickled, on the moat liberal tern*, at the shortest notice Please apply at 196 FulUa rtreel <19 IIKUDMAK Jt KFKSAVS M M ESTABLISHED K.\l IO RANT I'ACK KT OKKICEH. rot cabin ami sU4t*n?jrf pa?*Hf;i?;rn? to nu<i troHl (? r**#t Britain H" Irclaud, via Liverpool wrrily rommniiictlion, l(*i south su '"i? i '>? South ki,, i\ .*w York. i ^ " 1 "" '' ' ""*'a States j in I Canada u ishing to . seud li.i tln ji irii iiil- rt-suliiitr in (.real Britain or Ireland, can al ways In* nccnminndaied on very moderate t*-nn?, pel weekly oijjiiirtumtifi, via Liverpool. ' 1 lie proprietors having made additional arrangement! for the despatch ol t'XUa vessel*, U to state in tiit-ir numerous IrteinK inn tut- public, that in selecting th s line they will avoid tlif-* J intention mift cx|K'Iim' v) nni( ii cfjfHrklaiHeil o und may r?l assured thai all tlx agent- ? i|l(- r?il*d K n Uoru, as well as this Mile of In* Vliint c, * .11 ?-r the l?.*sl eflb lo render despatch ami comfort U) all pn?-ei, :, t - who may l> i n^u^ril here, and their Iriends who may embark in coniiipRy w ith lliom; ami ill all cases where die -- isse!!. i-rs do not come their money will he refunded to die ei-non* from wh?jn il w aa received. Ship* Will he despatclied from Liverpool for the difTerent ports, as follow*:? for New York, weekly ; lor Boston, Phila delphia awl Baltimore, three tiroes each month; lor New Or leans and Mobile, twice each month; lor tluebec, three limes tach month Persons w isliing a passagi to Liverpool anJ l/.ndon, cau In? acconiinoil'Jl' d hy the regular line ot packets lor Liverpool, v i ? ? k I v ; for Lindon on the 1st, IWtl anil Jilli ol each luontli. 'l ht.se wishing lo rumd money to their friends, can he ar coininodnteil Willi drafts lor any amount^ p.ivulile throughout ? in it Britain and liel-nd. Agent* also iri the dirt'erent port*, who v* ill t;ive evel'y assistance in forwarding the paaM-ager* to Liverpool. For t u rt her informaiion relative to tin* establishment, apply to or addi es* Kes?i ??. Sherlock Si Aldington, No. 6 Waterloo Road. and No. 31 Chappel ?L Liverpool, IKKI.ANW. Messrs. John Dickson ii Co., Waring si.. Belfast. Mr. .*'? Sherlock, No. 3 Eden, Quay, Dublin. Wm. Donoifhue, William si., Londonderry. James liellew, Droghedll. Patrick Mc.MiiUen, Castle si., Newry. Callaghan, Lawrence Town, near Uallinasloe, Kdw ard Sherlock, Castlepnlhird. Thou, lliggins, Ballymnhnn Jn?. Outran, Articlin, near Coleratne. MichaelTVlctiinty, Oi'unillsh, county I/>nrford. John Brady, It ally; Jas. Dull", county CavnH. Win. Scraps, Cork. Jas. Cochran, Slitfo. Daniel Hughes. Waierlord. Hugh Shields, Clones, county Motm^han. SCOTLAND. Mr. Anderson, No. l.'i Turner'* Court, (ilasgow David Foster . Annan. D. McDonirald, Inverness. Kohl. McNeil, Newton n Stewart. 11ERDMAN k KK.ENAN, ni\-3<i-lm IH6 and 67 South st HAS-A(1 K. KOll I.I V KB POOL? (Kir-it mi1 xB ship> ? To -a I for Liverpool on the l.lli J uly, the veiy Tfc >i j i inr tine first class cop|M?red and cooper (listened ship A L KR 1. 1), C. Cln ever, inasii r ? burthen Ht-o tons, II feet high be tWeen deck*, a?id is decidedly one of the finest shi|w now ill pol l for the coinfotrtahle accommodation of pa*?eii[^er?. Suc*t a* may lie proceeding, w ill promoU* th> ir own inti-M-st hy *?? lectin^ this well cho*en conveyance. Price of passage mode rate. Drafts on the A. \ C. Hank ot Ireland, with the convenience of soM reiirn* ; and Hank ot Lni'ianil notes, for which apply at In . South street. KOCIIK, liKOTIIKKS V CO. j4-2w? >h~?A PA MS A tiK FOII MVKUPOOI.. The packet ship I'OWHATTAN, laving at Dover -J*** wharf, will lie promptly dettpiitoliHd, anJ can very cum fortahly take a few cahin and steerage iia-senuent. This op portunity present*, in point of speed and salety, a conveyance second to none. Drafts an usual on the Rank of Ireland, and llohiiMnn tc Co. Dublin ; on LtveriHwd, Koliinsou Biotliern, Hanker*. Apply a 331 P<-arl street, N. M. inyS DOUOLAfl ROB IN HON t CO. .if. PASnAUK KOlt l,lVKHP?OL.-ilLB ?Xk1 J LINK. ? Arrnnirenients ha\ hern made lor acconillMh nrx dating a few respectable steerage passenger* hy the mail packet depuliii^ hence on her appointed day, the iirst ot June. Oralis, as usual, on the Rohinwtns Co. No. 7 Kdeu Quay Duhlin, or the Hank of Ireland <>>ii Liverpool, Mctar*. Koliiu Min Brother*, hankers. Please apply or addres 334 INarlsu my25 DO! OLAS ItoHINSUN k Ch kkh<;iit ami ?'\?sSA?;r. pbo! i.l\ EltPOOL, alwav* can l? srettrerf in weekly op ? . ? portiiniln - hv the UoIhiisoii-' Line. The new slniis llll'.KKM \, ROBIN'SON, -II.I MARTIN VAN HI RKN. will lie leaving Liverpool on the ht and Bill Augusi, hoih tine Conveyances lor Ireiglit and pa-?a^i-. Drills h? usual, on the Itolenson Brother-, hankers, Ltver p->o|; llie Itohinsoiis Co.; and the Bnnk of IrelaiMl, Onhiili. Ap ply or addresk ij| Pearl street. >?21- tf DorOLASRORIXNOV L CO. V p*-" ^ KOK itl.HAM\. v i , ? Krom the foot ?( Barclay SueeC? The JMWiUdtMfa. KltlK, Tuesday, Thurtday and Saturday in'>riiinir, at 7 o'clock The II. |? ST ICY LNS thin afternooD at A o'clock. NOTICK. ? All goods, freight, hagirape, hank lol1?, specie, or any other kind of property, taken, shipped, or put on howrit the h< ml-, of this line, must lie at the risk ot the owners of such goods, freight, baggage, fee. jy 10 MAII.B?AI)lL\KP?H HOR ?a TON, VIA NEWPORT AND PROVI DENCE? The steamboat LKXINOTON. CaiHain Vwiderbilt, will leave Iront Pier N?. 3 N. R. foot of Morris -i, on Wednesday Bttemoon, July li ai 5oVbx-k. Pa?s?-ngers for Boston will In- Ibrwarded in the rail roMl can iroiMediaielv on the arrival of the LKXINOTON. ? .* Krei/ht for Boston forw arded vvitliout delay. Kor further information inquire on boar-l.or of D. H. ALLEN, 169 South *t. N. B. All person* are forbid trusting any one on accaont ol ibeoatMive boat or owners. ijrft Z N K?? IH'KK KSKI I.I.; V V h" v 1. i. J PLAN K'H, Criirger'* Lniidtiiir, Cmton, Sing Sue/, Tarry town, Irwin's, Doitba' Kerry, Ha-tin^s, and Yonkrr-. The ~ieanilK>at ORANOE, Capt. Krost, will leave New Vork from the Iihii id' C handlers si., T uevlays, Thursdays, and Saiur da\ s, nl II t.'clork. A. M. Leaves Peek-kill for New York, Mondnv*, W etlnesdays, and Kridays, at II o'clock, A. M., Iissiliiigat the old state pri son whart. Kor passage apply to the captvn on Wnard, or al Mt-ssrs. CriHik A, Kuwks, corner ol We.| and Liberty sis. jejfi Ihi k, (??? s Pl. K ,\ ** A N 'I' K.XCntSION TO ? "s- ,i* TIIE KISllINO BANKB.?The sienuiknut >?riii'.?r#?w s'l ATEs*! \\,? aplnin t . Peek, will leave Kiilton Market Slin on Tuesday, J ill v I he 1 1 lit, weather per mittii r, *1 (o'clock, A. M. loot ot DelniH-y street, K. H. <piar I" rpi-l i- ; foot ol Ku It on street, Brooklyn, at half past S : loot of vlnrrav ?lr?-? l, N. H.. at a ijnarter helore 9, and Stale Priwin Oim k al retiirtnng alxnil li oclock P. M. Bait furnished on Uatrd ; al*o, a person in at te In lance with lines. I Eare one ilollai, meals extra. jy8 .1t* LONCI ISLAND KAIL ROAD. On and after tln? date, llir Can will run iu lollow*. Himiliti IIK*lud*d ? L< !?'? Ill' k?% ill*. | I .fin ?? Jamaica, l.eaw Rrnoklva. 7 oYlm k, A. M. 7| o'clm-k. A. M. | '?o'rirrk, A. M It ?? '? I ll| ?? II r m 1 ?? P. M. I :?< ? r. M. I a ?? Pa?wnff?*r? will t?fw#!l**d kit at il?- in? place*, ?i? W< .timry, t lc ? ?? illf, !>?? Lanry A*enue, Ihm*i C?ur**f H vrkMTi l/iinr, *rvl BnUhnl Tick* l. ran lie had at lite varinwi lii ke| offer*. Pwtfint'fl wIk> tnk*- watt ? iil?>ui them. will lie < harped one third more. Iln'ion't Mr rclmiiu' \?%%a Kooni, *1*4 l-'orrlirn *-l?lp I.etter Ofllre. UK MO! Kl) lo iVo. id Ihnad tfrrrf, rttrnrr of A.'rrimff I'lmir, ititi Me Aurtw* Riiom of Mr, J am tt m. Mtlltr 4 The under*l|rnrd, of the ntxive p*tahh?tinient /m r> <|* . Dully intuitu tlx jr patron* and |bf pnhlir fpnrrtlljr. tl, ,it tlir "iiiiip ha* I wen MtKttfd from the rnrnet ol Hull mi4 W *\rr Mfwl, to Nn. :? Hrim?l Mrrrt, i ,>r*? r of Kii hancr 1'im In aiiiHiawing the removal >,i the MRRCflANTiP M!*" R""M, we I*t to MM rr imr ?olwrtlifr? ami friend* thai tli' imiimI luMliQ ami per*onal attention will be given to iwlf 'he HMMIiInwiM m mTv manner worthy the patron r il 1 1 aft Iter* loiore n rpunl fr<>? r the merchant* nntl other* ot New Y"ik. All llir priMl?-(r>-? fcwWoff ext# mini to ?ul>?rri her*, and whatever imprvo emeiit* and Iwttefit* nm Iw added *hall tie ' ne with i In- atmnat promptitude ami attention Tlie un<ler?iirrted, in offering an ajmloj;* to ||>r>ir patron. and friend* for not l>? r>- paldi*hin? a card int'ormin* them nf th?- raaaeaof delav ii r# ui'o.nr tlieii New* Kimnt, Wef l> ave to ?ar that It lm. Wen !> i f hv i he a?l?tre i?f " ronn?e|"? that the nnwarrant alile jtrtN ? ? >linir* nf rrrlain individual* a* connected with thetr liw*ine*?. have rofwpellrd them to adopt le^al mi aww for por I ??? ? ??( !? Ire**, an?l until the affair* arf *ettled in court, thef are auahlf to offer further remark on the nulijeet WM. H. k HOST. ?: HI DXttN. M? rrhaatu' N> w? Room, '?orner ot Hrna,t Mreet anrl K?rhan|fe Plaee. iel7 VI* I 'I ISO CAHIlil VIHI'lMI' ? *HI>??.-ln t>l.on w r tine, the Italian awl Tarry li?ii'l?, printeil on l.l-IIKI) rn.RM Pfmttll.AIN CAW, may he pr?Kiire.| ?t the ro?iier oi Maiden lane ?int Hm?dway, at *tout'? KM URAVIMCl KffTABLIftllMKMTt whrr? ?peri?i?ti hAok* may he wen. Alao NILV KH fLATBO Dw< ?lt fc Nl' MHKH PLATRS? thr platme of v (, rli |? nniiMially tliifk. the <tlTer lirlwg eiprr*. ly rollrtl :r?r t lt?- a?l?erti?? r MBKCHANTK CttMMIMION CARD#, eteauterf * ith ili?tinMrv?? and ta-if .... LRTTKR MTAMPJI, CONMI'LAR and notarial ?rai-#. ? IIHAffMIHWtR fl-*Tr? AND KNOCKRKS, wkli hakrd jrt hlnrk edif'.'namrlW, ami rapalilf of receiving the hlph fat poli?t>. . . IRPMOVKD TUt llR R. -A erneral aaaort me nt af I Trii?---? "I the moM a<?pro*e.1 patevt, fnr ?aJe at Nn t Ann ?t. where they are a>tjuMed an.1 applied by a arartlrrl ?orrraa. . . Kl'aRlA IIKI.TR. ? Pertrma affeeted with weakn<-? <?t tbe ha< k and tola*, and thoa* w!m> MikI at the 4r?k?. wiU Aa>l the?e nl (frem affordwii; rnmfwl an. I 'i?|?p?Wtl the rHatrd mtwrln r?p ?alr at No. 3 Ann ?. jr?