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technically termed a /cnee?tk receiver of stolen
goods? and who sets his booth in Orange street, hav ing a quarrel with a man named McCarty, set upon him and beat him most outrageously. Bowyer and Gilchrist went to apprehend him, when Kelly bolted, and took to the roof of the house for safety. The traps, however, were not to be gammoned by this flight of fancy, so they scrambled after him, and a very pretty scene, a la Somnambula travestic, look place. The pump handfe not being near enough, they descended by the water spout, and Kelly was captured, taken to the polic?, and committed to bridewell. What manager will make a bid for this scene, cash dowa I We have been humbugged by promise* to pay a little too often. Small Pox. ? The brig Hann.\h, Cahoone, ar rived at Plymouth on Saturday, eleven days from Shelburne, Nova Scotia. She is now at quarantine. She sailed from Plymouth the last of May. Thirteen days after, a seaman named George Bfttman, broke ! out with the small pox; since which five others have i had iu Two have died ? George Butman and Green- J leaf P. Bassett. The last person broke out with it seven weeks since. Neither of those who took the small pox had been vaccinated. The others, eleven in number, had had the kine pox.? Boston Trans. A Dclicatb Hint. ? There is nothing more migra tory than an umbrella? nothing more difficult to keep. Tha eyes of sn Argus are insufficient to insure its retentioa. It is no uncommon thing to see one in which we may have right and title, reposing in the arms of some friend or acqua.ntance. But never has there been a more gentle hint of such fact conveyed to the appropriator than has been furnished by the editor of the ^fobile Register. He says : " Will a certain good-natured friend of ours be plea sed to cast his eye on the ivory head of the new dark silk umbrella under which he is now luxuriating, and see whose name is lightly scratched on it?" DCr" Clayton, the Bronaut, should come to New York; this is the place for him. We shall all shortly betaking excursions in the air. Horses, steam boats, and rail roads will have had their day. This is the age of im provements. Mankind are making a mighty march. The Herald has tended materially to improye the human species ; to awaken their doimant souls, and make them glow with the impress of its own genius. Ups and Downs. ? Lord Viscount Kinsboroagh, au thor of the work on the Antiquities of Mexico, died re cently in the debtor's prison at Dublin. MOSSY MARKET. Wednesday, August 16- 6 P? M. The uncertainties that bang around paper securities at the present moment are as abundant and as frequent as the scheme* of their holders to realise a profit upon them. One day, they are up, and another day they are down. General Jackson fright ened the timid dealers almost ont of their senses the other day, and United States bank stock fell on Tuesday to 115}. Today at the close of the first Board, tbey were up to 116. At the af ternoon session, still greater reluctance to sell was shown, and it looked up a shade or two higher. All this may be ascribed safely to the movements of the knowing ones, and to the belief that is generally abroad of a schism in the ranks of "oar party." Stock-jobbing in Wall street islike stock-jobbing on the Bourse a sensitive plant that is affected by the slightest breath of air or the slightest touch of the hand. The days however ef corner ing operations, or of bulls and bears are gone by. Now and then, it is true, a distinguished operation, a clean and handsome roup d'etat is played off upon some over confiding genius, but the world will have to seek some other means of preying upoa the little fish. Stock-jobbers are now like sharks in shoal wa ter. Specie is evidently slacking off". The broken tea pots und old stockings are nearly all emptied. Small sums still continue to come in, bat we have every reason to believe the channels of supply are rapidly drying up. It drags along heavily in Wall street. Today it experienced a slight depreciation to meet the rise in paper. About $288,000 went out by the Oxford. The greater part of this exportation goes for the payment of our .English debt. The Albany for Havre took out $81,000. The banks aiegeingoa at their old pace, some getting far ther and farther from resumption of specie payments, and a few, veryjfew approaching towards the goal of honesty and in tegrity. The Manhattan is paying half eagles for her five dol lar bills, and one-fourth in coin upon all her notes from tea dol lars upwards No formal notice, however, of this partial re sumption has been given. Why f Is Mr. While ashamed of letting the public know of his good deeds .' The Manhattan has very few fives oat. When a bolder presents one, the ope ration of redeeming is very curious. The paying clerks, with the greatest sang froid and pleasure, lingers one of Mr. Ben ton's pieces, and thumbing it, tosses it high in air to the no small delight of the admiring spectator. It is caught by some sort of legerdemain, and politely handed to the bill-holder.? Far different is the operation of redeeming the larger notes. The bolder ia told, gruflly, that one-fourth will be paid in coin and the balance in notes what notes f The notes of other banks! When will the larce of resumption be over t Whoa will the good and staunch banks resume in earnest, and tell the public tbey are ready so to do t These are important questions, and questions that mmtt shortly be answered. The Suffolk Bank in Boston has suits in abundance upon its back. The sovereign people wont lie duped any longer. Tbey witf have responsible banks, or none at all. Legalized shin plasters are rather too great an imposition upon public confi dence. It is bad enough to he deluged by the rags of coffee houses, theatres, exchange and I umbei companies, without having to contend with these of incorporated institutions. We repeat, public opinion is in fevor of a speedy resumption of specie payments. Propositions for collecting the revenue, disbursing it, and re gulating the Domestic Exchanges are multiplying in every direction. One has been throst upon us, recommending that the collectors, or any other of the present officers of govern ment, be the depositories ef the public monies, which are to be paid either tn gold or silver, or the notes of specie paying books. The receivers are to issue certificates of deposite, not ander one hundred dollars, redeemable in specie, at the agency where pat out. But all, and similar propositions, we regard as mere trash. The majority will have a battle on the floor of Congress, and H will remain for the minority to decide. So, that after all, the ragolation of the currency will fell upon the opposition, if thiags continue as they are. Oeaeitl Market*. Wednesday, August Iflth, P. M. t""' -John Ifaggerty k Son had a sale of dry goods this day? It was as usual well atteodod, sod if any change from the previous sales this season, it was for the better We noticed today a number of eastern merchants scattering about; the strangers begia to feck into this ehy In large numbers We ?ay expect a very good and lucrative trade by the 1st (te ptem her. Liverpool cool is sellteg at fa The market for domestic spirit* has taken a hotter stand Whiskey is selling at SJc, and some ask Mr Pot asltos are in good request. Wheat Is dull, and the tendency is downwards. Rys is U. moderate demand Corn? Southern is declining j solos bovo been made at 9 1.04 a ) ? Flour continues in better demand for western, but with out aay material change. Georgetown is selling to the bakers at 99, Alexandria and other sootbern sorts Now York ami Ohio #8; good brands western fTM; southern is rather dull Cora meal is scarce The usual annaal sale of goods for pub lic stores according to law will take place on Wednesday next. Receiptee# produce? 3000 barrels flour, 98 do. liquor. i?s j0 ashes, II do provisions, 32 tubs butter. BALTiMoar, August I '>th, P. M.? flour? City Mills OfU a tl Howard Street 9H ? 0. Grain? Wheat foreign 01.*) n l av Domestic 9I.4A* 1.7V Corn? Yellow prime SI. SI a 1.04) white 90*. Rye? Domestic AO a flftc.; foreign 70 a 75. Canton, April I?' The tea market hasexpeneaced but little ebsnge, save ia Young Hysons, prices (or toe low and medium grades of this article hove declined materially while the choice chop*, Isetng nearly exhausted, fully sustain former high quota tions. The some remark applies to Black Tens, with a heavy stock, principally of low grades, on hand, for sale. The new crop of ('anion made Young Hysons will soon come to market, and will be taken for American account, at about the same rates now demanded for medium country qualities; say 0 a it tails per pecul I annex quotations for all descriptions of Tea today, though but limited operations in them, for the last few Congou 2ft a 9StailstJk>bea, none of fair qualities, Campoi, ? nonet So erttoog, 99 ? uf taHs pur ptcufc PHteesMu ?4da.do.; Ankoi Houqhong. 20 a T da do.; Hungmav, 27 a 30 do. do.; Twankay, Ma 31 da da; Orange Pekoe 10 a 31 do. do.; Cap# r 38 a gt do. do.) Youag Hyson. Nankin. 33 a 00 do. do.; Hyson NaokiOt 4Sa 74 do. .toa Young Hv>sn. Canton. 22 a 27 do. do.; Hyson Skin, Nankin, 20a30 do. do.; Ganpowder, Nankin, M a a Wio. da (Imperial. Nankka, A2a ?l da <*M Gunpowder. Can um. 3# a 4ft da, do.; Imperial, Canton, none. Row Hi Iks? There is none In market, of fine quality. Manu factured Silk*? But limited transactions in them of late, though i prices keep full pace with what demand there is, and there will oe no aboSement ia prices, sa long as the raw maieri continues indesoand. Cettou Market. WanntsoAV, Aug. M, ? P. M. By udvtees from Oavanaob to the 1 0th laatant, we learn that tbt cotton la fee fields ha* been seriously injured by the late gale. It has all heea ? whipped," find the loss Is estimated at oae-third. All this diminution, thisugh felling heavily upon the sufferers, will tend to Increase the value of the coming crop.? However, the*e disaster* ?re generally so much exaggerated that we cannot safely make any reduction of importance in the amount of hales estimated far the next gathering. The Liverpool and Havre cotton market* are new before oar reader* te the 7th of July. There i* nothing in them to war rant a belief that price* will permanently advance- Every thing in England goe* on heavily, unlets the American market is opened to her manufacturers. She will yet have to feel the effect* of the blind lolly ol her Bank In cutting ofl our credit*. Till the trade be re-established with thi* country on a tinu foot ing, Maachester and her neighbors will have to curtail their ma nufacturing industry. Cotton, of course, will feel thi* paraly sis among the consumers of the raw material. We should not be surprised to see the grower* of cottoa the first in t^e Eng lish market to buy her goods, in order to create a den? ind for consumption, thereby benefitting tlw mselves. The destruction of the exchanges is the only b?r to such an operation at pre sent. The cotton trade this day in our market has been very dull, witheut any alteration in our quotations. European Mmrkits. ? Stuck on hand. Havre, July 6, 1?37, 67,918 June 30, 1836, 45,991 Araer. " " 11,940 " " " 7,802 oth. coL 79,858 53,793 Liverpool, July 7,1837. 249,500 July 7, 1836, 17?,. 500 Amer. " " " 125,500 73,500 oth. cot. 375,800 250,000 Imports in;# Great Britain Jui u 30, 1837. June 30, 1836. American Cettons, 610,800 470,000 Other Cottons, I70..50U 183,000 781,400 653,000 Liverpool Classification. ? July 7th, 1837. Ord. to mid. fair. Fair to good fair. Good to fine Upland, 4J a Sid. 5} a 6}<4. 6# a 7j<t Orleans, 4i a 5id. 6j a 7 d. 74 a 8 <L Mobile, 4} a 5jd. 6j a Sid. 7} a ? <1. Tennessee, 4 a 5Jd. t| a 7 il. ? a ? d. Sea Island, 16 a ? <1. ? a ? d. 20 a 25d. flew York Classification Ord. to middling, ? - - . fi a 8 c. Middling to fair, - . 10 a lOJc. Fair to geod fair, ? ? ? - 11 a 12 c. Good fair to good Mr prime, ? 12 a 12Jc. The fotlowiatr i* a statement of the stock of Cotton on haad, at the respective places named : Savannah, July 29th, - ... 6,926 Mobile. Aug. 3d, .... 7,584 New Orleans, Aug 5th, - ? 29,681 Virginia, July 15th, .... 3,000 Maeon, June 8th, .... 11.934 Augusta and Hamburg, August 1st, ? ? 26,826 Florida, July 1st, .... 4,000 North Carolina, July 1st, ... 2,350 Philadelphia, Aug. ist, ... 1,794 New York. Aug. 11th, .... 15,000 Nashville, Ten*., June 23d, ... 8,141 Soutk Carolina, July 29th, ... 18,839 Other ports, ..... 10,000 Total. 146.079 MARRIED. Ob Tueaday, 15th iust. by the Rev. Mr. Seabury, Samuel WU wall, of Natclwx, to Jemima Rnnme, of this city. On Tuesday, 15th Inst, l>y the Rev. E. S. Cleaveland, John Cleveland, to Ellen Maria, (laughter of William Stone, Etq. DIED. On Tuesday, 15th inst, Alexander Brown, aged 31 year*. The relative* an?l friends of the family are respectfully in ri ted to attend the funeral this afternoon, at 5 o'clock. from bin late re?idence in King street, between Greenwich and Washington sts.f On Tuesday, 15th inst, Louisa lloskin Underbill, aged 1 Sear and 8 months, only daughter of James E. Underbill, of rooklyn. At Newark, un Sunday, 13th intt, Epbraim Beach, aged 55 years. At Woodstock, Shenandoah, Va., at the residence of her son in-law, J. H. Damnum, Esq, Mary Winfield, aged 6t years, relict of Dr. Elias Winfield.late of Kingston, Uuter county, N. Y. MORNING HERALD. -SHIP NEWS. PORT Or NEW YORK, AUGUST 16, 10 O'CLOCK, P. M high Water ? . . . 9 49 PACKETS TO ARRIVE. Liverpool. ? Columbus, Depeyster, ? ? July It Sheridan, Kuatell, ? ? July 16 Umvrt. Rhone, Skiday, ? ? Jmy '6 Charles Carroll, Lee, - ? Julv 24 London. Gladiator, Britten, - ? July 10 Mediator, Champlia, ? ? July 2* PACK ETS~TO SAIL. Liverpool ?Virginian, Harris, ... Aug. 24 North America. ... Sept. 1 London. Westminster, Moore, ... Aug. 80 St J vines, Sebor, - Sep. l Hrvrt. Louis Philhpe, Castoff, ? * Aug. 24 I'tica, Pell, .... Sept. 1 CLEARED. Ship (Fr.) Le Gaionde, Ledep?ovier, Charleston, J. I. Boyd. Bark James, (Br.) Wrangle*, Lundwii, Wadtworth fc. South. Brigs St Aiexey, (Kumian) SL Petersburg; Buchanan (British) UaiKht, St. Johns, N. B.; Joseph Sprague, tboay St Croix, B. be Forest fc Co. Sclirs. New York, Moxie, New km, N. C.; Delaware, Walker, Newburyport; Pequot, Baker, Boston; Page, Mallet, do. ARRIVED. Ship William Goddard, Smith, Calcutta, March 26, to Davis Brooks L Co. Sw. ship Mianett, Oden, Palermo, 83 days, Gibraltar, 58 days, toBoorman, Johnston h Co. Brig Paulina, Smith, Pictou, N. !*., 15 days to Barclay fc. Livingston. Prus. brig William Boothhy, Cochran, Windsor, N. S , 1C days to master. Brig Marshall, Mulford, Cadit, 40 days, with indxe. to Bald win k Co. Brig Olive Branch, Emerson, of Thomaston, from St. Marks, 20 days. Sw. brig Wilbelm, Wengall, Gotleaburg, 68 days, to J. H. llaviland fc. Co. Cr. brig Dlnglay, Turnt r, West ladies, 20 days, bonnd to Li verpool, put in in distress, dismasted. Brig Juno, Richardson, Mobile, Itidays, to order. Schr. Baltimore, Woglon, Petersburg, 3 days, to Johoaonfc Low lien. Br. schr. Spartan, Martling, Auguadilla. 16 days, to master. Br. schr. Margaret, Aiken, Windsor, N. S., 8 days, to maa ter. Sloop Merchant, Chalker, Hartford, 36 hours, to matter. BELOW? 1 ship, 2 briRS ? A large ship with painted ports, and a number ol ather vessels, were seen Rockaway this morning, ail standing for Handy Nook. MEMORANDA Nothing can give ui more pleasure thaa to correct a mis take. In yesterday's " List," under the head of " Foreign Porta," we mentioned at Calcutta, Marck 18th ? ' "The Wm. Ooddard, Gray, from New York"? our mistake was In the Capuun's name ? it is "Smith" instead of" Gray." The U. frigate Unttrd State* was at Lislioa Juue 22d, to sail for the Western Miami* in alVw days. The Tmrrr and Celetle are lioth outside waiting for the pack ets of the 16th ult The Liverpool and Havre packet* will tail tomorrow at aboat 8 o'clock, they were detained l?y advene winds today. The Henry Kneelmnd, ashore at Rohbins' Reef, was lightere, yesterday, an? will be got olT on the flood tide without tiatnagr The OpwZnscr.Sneden.from this port for Apalarhirnla.pullnto Charleston 1 1th, having on the 5th, near Mote io the W?| I, ex perienced a severe gale fro a i SB k> NE, during which Ike l>rig was thrown on ber beam ends, compelled Meat away the tap mast tigging to right her, when the topmast went, carrying with it the bead ol lorema- 1 with all the sails, rigging aod spars attached; stove round bouse and companion wajrj filled the ca bin full of water, carried away bulwark*, staancheona and rail; loat stern boat, davils, and received ather damage. Mr. I^eggett, an Italian pasaenger, was wasbed overboard and drowned Capt. Piaher, of the Munumnt , is out with his statement in regard to leaving ibe Rk?He 1 1 land (lietore reported, " H. L.") ina sinking condition. It appears thai aa be was than handed he could not keep by the Rhode Island. Nothing couM lie ea sier. It be was ihurt of men, lie ol coarsc could keep by her uaoer snug sail? certainly lietier than to keep on his voyage ua der full can vats. Waahe afraid of hit insurance' The Pica. Ilenchman. from Trinidad lor Boston, waa o(T Block laiand 1 llh inst , and intended I* put into the Vineyard, having sprung a leak 1st intt in a gale off Bahama. On one tack she leaked 1.M0 strokes per bout, and on the other aboat jno. She hail a full cargo of sngar. The Oinv Hromrk, Emerson, put into thit port, this day, In distress, havinv. on t lie lit h inst . <>fl" Cape Carnovan. in a gale from N. K to S. E., lost ioremaat, loat all the tails, rigging, he. atiarhed. She was from St. Marks, to Thomaston. The Hettey fc Jam. at Philadelphia, from Trinidad rte Cuba, on the 6th and 7th, lat 31 N., Ion. 79,30 W., experienced a heavy gale, which blew with irreat violence tar thirty hoar* ? was struck by a heavy sea which have the brig nearly on her beam ends, where she (ay for some minute* ? started the <*rgo? loat flying )ih boom* and sail*, foretopgallant mast, he. The f*rrr Jrriey, at flo*ton,frnm Liverpool, fram whence she sailed on the 10th ult, (two days laterl reports the fie*. SWA mgton, hence, as having beenoff Castle llavan, 9th, aad tome fi> ber paper* had Iwen received at Liverpool, pravioat to the N. J. tailing. The Ga telle Eldredfe was tawed to tea from New Orlean*. 5th Inst, and arrived at the Capet of Deiawareon the 13th, making the passage In eight day*- . ..... , . Accounts were reaching Savannah on the 1 1 th inst, of teriout disasters, the effect* of the gale of Saturday aad Sunday pre vious Buildings, fences, kc? were blown down, the cMpa were very much injured ? crops on tome plantation* are en tirely ruined. Mienmlmat* were run ashore, and otherwlae da maged. A number of sloops were run ashore ana lost. The lleorgt if Henry, (before reported, *? H. L") wa* totally loat, crew saved. Great apprehension* are entertained that the 8. a. MM t, which left St. AugutUne on Saturday with 30 passengers, i* lost. A tchr. with a black bottom ashore oa Wednesday on Cum berland Beach. The Parent*, (slao reportetl before, ?' H. U") sunk at Jacksonville, cargo lotMV loat. Revenue Cutter Cmmpiell, Coaatar, from Key Wert, for Bal timore, put ImoSt Mary's. A brig from New York, far Doboy, was in Jackie Creek dit matted. The Ann, Latham, drifted sevea mile* into the wood*, aliout eoa vards from the river The St Mary's Revenae Catler drifted 10 miles into the wnoda, and i* at a roaaiderabla distant- e from the river. A tloop (name unknownl la aahore on Mlgvr lalaml. A sioMt) sank near Fernanda*. ber mMtlMrely vWMe The Henry IsivbaA waa got off" Rohliin't Reef on Tuesday night last, and towed op to the city by the aeaaier Htrrmim. The U. S. ?loap of war Lexing fats. Is now lying la oar harbor waiting for a wind to sail for the Paclffc. The following is a list of the officer* attached tolier: Commander, J. H. Clack? Lieutenant*, E. B. Bootwell, J. J. Ola m?u, B. Shephard, C. Chaplin ? Surgeon, H. 8. Coulter? Parser, W. p. Zantnnger? Pitted Blddiiptoen, B. F. Shattuck, J. L. Parker, J. H. Sher buoe? Assistant Surgeon, S. W. Kellogg? Midshipmen, J. B. Randolph, F. K. Perlee, P. C. Van Wyck, C. West*u, W B. Douglas?Captain'* Clerk, C. Portensuie ? Gunner, Burton? Boauwain, J. Ball? Carpenter, P. Dee. VESSELS SPOKEN. Aug. I3th, on Su George's Banks, saw a ship with letter F ia her fore topsai,? by the Minnett, (8w.) at thi* port. Au^. 8tb, lat. 45, oh the Oraud Hank exchanged s goals with Equator, Bisson, from Havre, to New York ? hy the New Jer sey, at Boston. July 23, lat 44, lo;i". 48, was seen two ships Steering W. ? one had a black itoss in her foietofsail, the other a black ball in her foretopsail? showed a *ignal, red field, black ball on it ? by the Lagoda, at Boston. (The Sully, Lines, from Havre, and the Kurupt, Marshall, from Liverpool, both at this port, and have been reported in " H L." ia lat. 40 15, long. 68 17. FOREIGN PORTS. Liverpool, Julv I, ? SIM, Creole, Tracy. New York. Bombay, no date? Barbara, Beat ley, New York. UNITED STATES' PORTS Philadelphia, Aug. I Mi. ? Arr. Susan, Chamber*, New York, Capper, Shannon, 4o; Stur, Loveless, tin. Cl'd Mary, Deal, do; Alert, Scott, do. Arr. in the Schuylkill, Gem, WVitaker; do: Lexington, Corson, do. Cl'd, Sun, Bigbi e, do. Richmond, Aug. 14th. ? SIM Tuscarora, Bell, New York; Geo. Wbeatou, Somer. Charleston. Baltimore. Aug. lSto ? Arr. York, Thatcher, New York. Carolinian, Bedell, do. Savannah, Aug. litli ? Cl'd Avon, Widgeon, Boston. Charleston, Aug. 12th? Cl'd Congress, Fox, Turks Man<i; Chief, Eldridge, Boston; Alpha, Thomas, New Bedford. SILVt&R-HlLVUH-iilLVUU. I TT Small cnange, such as shillings, sixDences. ten and live rent pieces, will be glvew in exchange for g?u., .duvesor <*u??r tar dollar*. Apply at (be desk of this office. *17-, t PUBLIC MBBTIXG. 3ZT THE citizens of New Vnrk, who are alive to the uncon stitutional and oppressive proceedings of the corporation, in prosecuting individuals for retailing butchers' meat in their own dwelling house*, are requested to attend a public meeting, to be held in Conklin's Tavern, corner of 1st Avenue, A, on Wed nesday Evening next, the 23dinst.,in order to devise measures to arrest the encroachments on the private rights of our citi zens. aul7-lt* lET JAMES ?. It KNMETT. ESQ.-Diar Sir, -During the trial in the Superior Court before Judge Jones, in the case of those interested in the brig Sultana and the Sea lusurauce Company, Elihu L. Mix testined, among other things, that he never knew that Ebeneier MoreVouse was interested in the brig Sultana, and that he himself cleared the brig Sultana out when site last sailed from this port, and also that I offered him Messrs. Petis ami Roome'snote for 42,000 or $2,500 lor the pur chase of the brig Viiginia; that he sent Daniel Richards out with the notes to?ee if they were negotiable, and on hi* return, not being satisfied, be (Mix) took the note* himself, and an in quiry was not willing to receive thein, and declined the bar gain Mr. Daniel Richards' statement in court respecting the notes and the purchase of tlie brig Virginia, was equally untrue. Now, Sir, I wish to inform the public through the ewlumns of ytsur valuable paper, that to much of the testimony given by Mix and Richards at refers to the above i* wholly unfounded. ? I never made any application to either Mix or Richards to pur chase i he brie Virginia. I never had the notes of Messrs. Petis anil Roeme of any amount whatever, as iliey will testify; and the whole statement I* a falsehood fabricated, I believe, to ef fect a certain oMect and injure my character. A* respects tin statement made by Mix thatbeclrared the Sultana himself, the Custom House records will tell the truth, and had he recollect ed convening with a certain broker in Wall street shortly after the news of lier los* had reached this city, perhaps he would have said less on the subject of Morehouse's being interested in the brig Saltan a. And why Ike affidavits which have been made hv several respectable witnesses and placed in the hands of Mr. Phenix, the District Attorney, have not been placed be fore the Grand Jury, is best known to that geutletimn himself. It will be recollected that Mr. Mix stated in Court almut one year since that he was worth 424,000 over and above his liabili iies, and I have been informed that he has recently stntedto a gentleman that he was worth 990,000, and referred to a very respectable house in this city for the truth ?f his assertion. He now pretends he it not worth $30 !n the world, and has applied for the benefit of the act for insolvent and imprisoned debtor*. ? How far this slateinent respecting hi* pr >perty mav be correct, time perhaps will soon show, after he takes the oath prescribed by law. I shall say nothing further on this sub')- ct at present, as tli* day i* not for distant when Mix'* character will probably l?e placed before the public in it* true light. aul7.lt* LUKE PERKINS. IVOTlCw TO BOAT C? UB?.-A grand Regatta I I will come off at the Ely*ian Fields, I1oboken,on Tuesday, 29th August, free for all regular Clnb Boats, rowing six anil four oars. Prizes ? Silver Cup*. First race ? two o'clock? six oared boats. Second race ? three o'clock ? four oared lioats. A third race will come off the same day, free for boat* rowing two pair sculls dZT Clubs wishing to enter for th* above races will please give notice to the subscriber, Elysian Fields, Hoboken. pre vious to the 2titli irist. II. II. DYER. aul7-dt3B* LOST? Last evening, between the American Hotel and Fulton sL ferry, Bmoklyu, a pared of Bank Note*' rolled up and wrapped in a paper, on which were given written direc tion* for making up ladies d rente*. The bill* consisted of three til'tie* Union Bank, and the remainder small Eastern notes. The finder will be lilierally rewarded on leaving the above at the office of the American Hotel. aul7-3t* WANTEO AT A KKFK< TOHY-A rf?|ifci* Id** young man that understand* the hualne** in all it* branches Apply 49 William utreet, between 7 ami 10 n'clock morning aul7-lt* P RI VATJf. BOAR Dili G~ HO U 8 K.? Gentlemen K. canl>r aoenmuiodaled with t>?*rda and very pl?-a?ant room-, at No. 91 Greenwich ?tr?et, corner of Rector, on reaaenabfe term*. auiriw* SARAH A. TAMES. IVTOTiCK. i* hereby given (hat the copartnership hereto 1^ lore iut>?iKth>t,' between the tubocriher* under the name aud Arm of Watkiu* It Avery, i? thi? day dixmlved by mutual ronsent, nnd that the concern* of the aaid Arm will be nettled by the junior partner. UROROK W. WATKI\s?, WILLIAM A. AVERY. Brooklyn, Am;, lith, 1857. N. B. The buHincia of the liirninliinir ?U>re conducted by the above firm, will still lie carried on at the name aland, where all who have demand* on the late firm will pleate preaent their claim*, and ail indebted to it are requeoted U> make payment to au!7.2t WM. A. AVERY. BIHD'S FASHIONABLE MAT ESTABLISHMENT. HIKD lair foreman to, and for many years connected with Mesar*. LBAKY k CO., after the most successful e*pe rieacein all the branches of his hu.sines*, having established himself In trade, now offer* to hi* friend*, at hi* *ales room. No. 13 Nassau street, comer of Pine, a superior amortment of llats Of every variety af nap, from the medium to the plain, which, in style of model, material and finish, shall he found unrivalled. He intends to sell at $5 only, and, by directing hi* whole care and attention to that single style, is confident of producing an article without any superior, and fashion and utility having e*. tahlished thin quality ax well for economy and rlegauce as du rability, he deem* It IB otovioo* advantag- to the pul'lic to con fine and elegance a* durability, be deems it an abviou* advan tage to the public to confine his effort* to one purpow instead or making experiments in variety. Fearing no rival in the de partment of U.?te, lie is willing to entrust bitn>elf In competition with any establishment in producing this article. He has made arrangement* for the London and Paris fash ion* with mine ?f the he*l liouse* in those cltle*, and will al way* be first In tlie market with the new standard established by foreign taste. BIRD, 13 Nassau, corner of Pine street an 17- 1 m RAO*. ? lOObag* country miied Rag?, received and for sale by J. CAM P HELL t PERSSE, au!7 110 and 1 1 J Nassau street. T0KNEW0RLKA!?S-W>|I| Freight and Passenger*. ? The packet of the 1st September.? The first class, coppered and copper fastened fast sailing Gcket ship WOUDBI RY, Capt , burthen 800 ton*, will despatched on the 1st September, her regular day. This sbip will onlv take a small quantity of light freight Her be tween decks is > feet high, ami fitted up in a superior style ei nre**ly for the comfortable acceom -nodal ion of passenger*.? Passage in the cabin and found will be very moderate. Second cabin, havinp stateroom* for r. ?[x-clalile persons, at the mode rate charge ol f]2 each. Steerage accommodation* superior ta any ship in the port, for tlie low sum of $8. Those proceed ing to New Orieaa* will do well to sekct this chosen convey anee, should apply Immediately, and seen re their bertha. Office 106 South st. ItOCHE, BROTHERS It CO. aul7tlS Kin nsibji to the finh* IN? BANKS? The Steamboat SUPE RIOR. Capt. James H. I,eeds, will leave tbe Steamboat Pier, foot of Warren street, on Friday mornin<.', August IRth, at a quarter past R o'clock; tbe Old State Prison Wharf at half past 8; and the foot of Fulton street, East River, at 9 o'clock, for an Eicursion to the Fishing Banks, and will return tothe Citv aliout BoVjock in tbe Evening. m Pare for the whole trip. 75crnta. Dinner will be provided on Ixsard. Also a person will l>* on Ixiar.l, to furnish Ba t and Lines for those w ho wish. atil7-2f PllOS-PIIORl'B.? A quantity of French Phasptionis lust received, for sale upon liberal terms, hy DR LEWIS FEUCHTWANOER, JyM removed to No. 2 Courtlandtst. IK IBM OLVK.-4 hhds. of soperwv Irish <>lne direct from Belfast, ftir sale by J. CAMPBELk PEKSSR, aulS 1 18 and 112 Nasaau street tL UTS Pit. JE B. r DR HALE'S Pile Ointment i*\p.? I P itlve core for tbe Piles In three day* time. Bold by J. H. Hart, comer of Chamber* street and Broadway, P. Burnett, 3ft (Kb avenue; at tbe drug store comer of Bowery and Walker street HIMB* SIIBPRNNOKV BANDAflEH. A complete as sortment of silk, imlia rubber ami cotton, for sale wholeaale ro retail, at No. 2 Ann *t au9 R"ljiOT?#W dk. ABPINW %LL.. sr. William street, offer for sale? 200 ounces sulphate of morphine, 9 casks Russia isinglass, 500 lb. tartaric acid, 100* lb. sup. carbonic soda, 8 cases Turkey opium, With a general assortment ot drug* and medicines. aulfi HAF WATER. ? 100 one gallon demijohns, for ?ale by NARTMAN k BiAdsaLL. Broker* and Commission Merchants, n-.yt 'n*1 ? wster street (JABNAPABILLA Ol lMBok svrttp, kJ mn?ofa< tared expressly for soda water and for family use, and abetter quality cannot lie found In tills city or elsewhere, by M. ORE0ORY, at hi* VanHIa Cream Candy Manufactory, 191 William s*s . between .lobn and Pulton sta. UVIPEHDED PAPER WAIiTKD Country ^ 7 Bank Stock will he exchanged for suspended paper. M'" ipended paper. Apply *U,2 ,f ^T. B. PrNIIAM. S3W,llst IB HEimWICK'H NW,W " OHK-* Live and Let Live? or fhmteatte Serviae Illustrated. * By tbe author of Hone Leslie. The Llnwnods, Rich Poor Man lie. lie. thia day published and for sale by Jf& C. BHEPARI). Jf.2 Broadwa CMBRBB.-7A bAi^flSS ??Hrt English do. 78 tar*, assd V> kegs brandy Cheaae. for salehy HABTM AN k BIRDS ALL, Brokers a ad mrl7 Coninil? l?n Meerhsnn 1 *?"' i St lpni KO Mtm BuM ? A constant supply in car, boys an<l dwaiiohnt, likewise! lb. bottles, of Iw-st qualin for sale by t?R LEWIS FFI'CIITW ANOFR, au7 offir e 2 Courtlamlt *t, near Broadway I AMKK1CAK THKAIHil, MUMlEttV TH1S EVENING will be perforw,* THE ASSASSIN'S STEEL? Paul, Mr. Matth?w?-Lacy Mo ward, Mr*. CowalL To conclude will) THE MOUNTAIN SYLPH: Or, Tbe Wiiard of the Glen and tkt Magic, Scarf? Hela. Mr. Matthews ? Christie, Mr. Cowell? Donald, Mr*. LaForest ? Eolia, Miss Neison? Jessie, Mrs. Rogers. Jj" Doors open al 7? performances commence at a quarter before 8 o'clock. Buin, 75 cent* ? Pit, 37^ ? Gallery, .ii. FKAflMbil THCATHK THIS EVENING, will lie presentee me urania ol LILIAN, THE SHOW GIRL? Everard, Mr. W. Seltori? llian, Mrs. W. Selloa. ! " After which PLEASANT NEIGHBOR? Sir George, Mr. Madison? Nnn cy Strap, Mr*. Herring. After which MILITARY EXECUTION? Henry Duval, Win gefton? Marie Roseville, Mr*. Set ton. Toronclnde withtiie FALSE COLORS, or, The Free Trader ? Paul Perilous, Mr, Harrison ? Pho-lie Longford, Mrs. Herring. Cj T Doors open at 7 ? performances comiuenae at 7J o'clock precisely. Boxes AO cents ? Pit 26 cents. \|UH. IIAMULIN". THRATRE, late R?*motul " I //if/, corner of Charlton unit rmrxck tts. ? THIS EVEN ING will be presented, the Burietta of fun, frolic , fashion and ria-.li, entitled, TOM AND JERRY, or, Lile in London? Criiathian Tom, Mr. Storms? Jerry Hawthorn, Farrell? Bob Logie, Lansing. Kale, Mis* Powell. After which, the new Comic Pantomime, entitled, THE FARMER'S SON, ? r. Harlequin and Fairy of the Ma gic Rose.? The celebrated Pantnmi mist* and Dancer* will appear. Doors ooen at half-past 7 o'alock. Performance will com mence o o CtGCK. Admission to the boxes AO cents ? Gallery 25 cent*. NIBLO'S fc>AKDKN7-LE3~VAUDEVILLES. This Eveuing, tbe entertainment* will commence, at 8 o'clock, with the new Vaudeville of PREJIJGE, or, THE WELSH GIRL-Julia, Mrs. Marker. Alfred, Nephew to Sir Owen, Mr. Lcwellen? David Jones, J. Sellon. To conclude with I NE HECHE DE LA VIE D'UN SOLDAT, or, He's not A-unss? Pretty maa Price, John Sellon? Mrs. Pretty man Price, .Mrs. knight. Admittance 5? cents. aul7 COOKK'8~AlTr HA. VAUX1IALL GARDEN, BOWERY.? THIS EVENING, Thursday, August 17th, Last NigVitbut Four!? The Grecian Statues of Antiquity; His tory on Horseback, and Seven Living Representations; tbe In fant Representation of Charles XII., of Sweden: the Astonish ing Polish Brothers; the Hunter of the Wild Prairie* an his bare-backed steeds, by Jaines Cooke; ami tbe Grand Legen dary Pageant ol the Heroes of Christendom, in which the whole company, male and female, will appear mounted on the most beautiful Stud in the known world. Doors apen at 7, and performances commence at half past 7 precisely. " aul7-lt DARK THRATHE.- Th? Public is respectfully in JL formed 'hat this The aire will re-open for the regular sea son, on Monday, August 21, 1837. Ladies and Gentlemen at tached to this establishment are requested to assemble in the Green Room, on Saturday, Aug. 19th, at 12 o'clock precisely. The rehearsal for the Band is called likewise at the above hour. au!4 dtl9 Oli ? MFlt THEATKfc, ? The subscribers having purchased the lease of the property lately known a> JVo. 444 Broadway, (and immediately adfonining "Tattersairs" well known establishment) are new converting it into a neat and elegant Theatre. It will be conducted alter liie aaaatr of Ma dame Vestria's "Olympic" London, and open for the regular season on or about the 25th of AnguU or 1st of September. La die* and gentlemen of the profession desirous of obtaining en gagements, will please apply by letter, post paid, to either WILLIAM B. BLAKBs or ) Proprietors ami HENKY E. WILLAKD, 5 Managers. New York, July 1Mb, 1WT. jy 12-tf ^Hi.KMilU HKW Nt>Vi?U PaNOMAMA, AT NIBLO'S GARDEN, superior to any tlMng of the kind ever exhibited In this country ; painted by the celebrated W. Daniells. Royal Academician, London. The subject is WILD ELEPHANT HUNTING, and a correct representa tion of the ISLAND OK CEYLON. All the artist* and con noisseurs that h?*e seen this splendid Panorama, pronounce it to be the (test panoramic paiallng ever brought ta this country. Exhibited during the day and evening. Admittance, !45 ?eats. jyll-3m /ULDW KLIj'B LANDING.? tTjKSDAYN EXT, v the 22nd inal., will be celebrated at CALDWELL'S by a GRAND BALL. A aomher of ladies fnim New York and West Point are to he present on the occasion. A prettier spot on the Hudson could not be c boxen for a fete of the kind. aulfi-dt22 DILLIARBH IMPROVED.? Gentlemen wishing 13 to play atblttiards, or porcbase table*, are invited to call at 218 or 93 Broadway , aext dear above Wall street, at the Sou diem Coffee Room, where there- are ? tables in one room, and try the patent Indian Rubber cushions, slate stone and compo sition cemented beds, with ben eagle frames, ami common ta bles as ?'?eve, will be found the largest and best assortment ever offered t? the public, advantages m ft???e who wish to pur chase at short notice, as they can be packed at on* day's no tice. N. B. Orders for any thiar in this line, with oash or good reference, to A. BA88FORD, 216 Broadway, will receive prompt attention. laJO tf HOBUKEN.- The impression that the beautiful WaJki, of this place have been destroyed by the recent improve ments, is ontte erroneous. Very little alteration has been made In the Walks except in the Immediate vicinity of the ferry. The Norway Maples, Dutch Elms, and Baaswood Trees, that adorn ed the Lawn around the Hotel, have been transplanted, and new form a beautiful avenue leading from the ferry to the Rlvsina Fields. jeWm* DR AC H ORCHARD" AND SCII I YLKIL1. A COAL.? Ransom Titreville k Co. offer their celebrated Peach Orchard and Schuylkill coal at the old and well known Clinton coal yard, No. lAfi Monroe, lietween Rutgers and Jef ferson street*, warranted to l>e of the liest quality, and free i from slate? delivered to any part of tbecityat the Jbttowinf reduced price*: ^ _ Broken and screened, aad egg sine, . - f 9 00 per ton I Nut, - ; ? - t 00 ilo. Lehigh, 8 50 da | Urders received through the post office , and our liox at the office of the Expre**, comer oi Wall and Water ktreets, or at the coal yard, will be promptly attended ta N. B.? Coal by the cargo >7 25 per ton of 2248 lbs. an 11 -Am M' Oullford Point. ARINK PAVILION.- This deliphtful summer re treat is now open for the reception af company for the season- Being situated directly on the sea board, rentiers this place a very healthy location, as also a pleasant situation, where an abundance of sea food can tie liad, as also sea bathin;. Terme? $1 per day, or $6 p?r week. Tbe bar is well stoeked with choice wiuea? stabling commodious. N. B. Carriages are in readiness at all times upon the arrival ef the steamboat at New Haven, to convey passenger* directly to the Point. au!2 6w- Kit 'HARD WELD. Mm? ( LAMK, 131 WOOSTBR STREET, inlornu bet friends and pupils, tliat she has received, by the late arrivals from LlIM and Paris, ber supply of English and Zephyr worsted, fnr flowers and embroidery; new and superb Berlin and Vienna patterns: together with a full asaertment ol Chenilles, Embroidery Silks, and white wood articles for transfer. Also, a few splendid Satin an>l Silh embroidered Aprons of the latest fashion : ehildrei n's embroidered and cam I brie frocks and caps; a variety of paint Imxes, with M?rri?'l be?t colors; and every material used in drawing and fancy work. Lessons as usual, riven at ber residence, on Tuesday, Tburs- , day, aad Satarday, in Drawing, Worsted work, and Kmbroi- 1 dery. jyl# iur I RBViHOVAL. DOCTOR JACKSUN has removed hi. Medicated V.tpor Baths from No. l8?to 2nt Bowery, where be bat baths ready for visitors at live minotrs' notice, from * | o'clock. A. M. to II o'clock, P. M. An intelligent female, who has hail three years' experience in the busineas, in coostaat at- , tcndaace on the ladies' apartment. Genteel furnished apan menu, and board, with good nurses, provided for invalids who may wish to pat themselves under the Medical treatment ol Or. Jncksoa and tbe Medicated Vapor Bath*. my 12 y DOOTt BtHBTS.? BOOT AND SHOE STt?RE. I ' At MARVIN'S, No ISO Sprinr street, is I lie place where Cple get the worth of their money in Boots and Shoes. His |;e "tore is filled nearly to excess with almost every deacrip tion of men's, women'a and children's Boots and Shoes. Gen tlemen's line drew Boots from 18 to 20 shillings per pair, in abundance, as gnod as any to be found in the city. A large as. sortinem ?>f larjre and small hovs' Boots sold verv cheap. 1m dies' ami children's Boots, Shoes anal Slippers of evei^r hind, site and quality la common use, sold uncommonly low, at No. 130 Spring, between Wooster and Lawrence sts.. and where the public will lose nothing by cailinir. |?ul4 Iw* DALN, OR JELLY OF IC ELAN D l*OM. 13 Tbls article, so celebrated In coughs aad diseases of tbe chest, prepared from the best Mosa, and containing no Inlari- ( ousor foreign admixture, constantlv on hand and rorsale by jy2? L' A MOURE ATX k CO., No. S7T Broadway. SILK BRIITLR ITOCK8.-MM. KIN?, 141 Pulton street, recpeet/bBy solicits pablic attention to bet present assortment of Oentlnun'a BTOCKB, among* which are a variety composed of silk aad ariatlet, expressly adapted Ibr spring and summer wear. Also, plain and fancy Stocks, of every description, all ol which are warranted of the best material*, aad sold oa the most liberal tenua. alMf PLttABK I O TAKK NOT1CK.-I. S. PIER. SON k CO.'S Wholesale Cloak Warehoase is IS Cedar street, up >tair?. Ladles', Gentlemen's aad Children's < biahs ia great variety. aul4-lm |ini>KN?< AND BANDBOX BOARDS, - IB no one His. Binders' Boards, ae-orted naml>er*; I * nan Its. Bandbox do. do., for sale by J. CAMPBELL h PKRSSK, mil Jm 1 10 and 1 12 Naaaau sL between Ann k Beekman. KllnsIAN BRLTB.-For weakness or the lotns. pain in the liack, kc. They afford a mechanical support to the liack an<l loins, give ease ami comfort to persons of weak back, and are of great service to those of delicate habit. au? PI %K % PPL K CIIERNIC i?i? hundred ami ?t,y tioxes first qoelitv. for sale by HARTMAN k HIRBHALL, Brokers and Commission Merchants, >14 BialB water street. Of LOTj-To be bad i a (1UKAT BAB6A1MOP LOTB-Te be * the Village of WMIiamsburah, by applying to MeKIBBIN k NIC-HULLS. 5 Nassau at., N. Y JOHN S. MeKIBBIN. Wilbaraaburrh. jyle-im UtCCORY ?IB casks of <n[>erlor quality German fhwco ry, just received, for sale upoa the most reasonable terma, hy DR. LEWIS PEI'CHTWANOER, ?u7 removed to No . 2 Counlandt at / i K ItBAN IlLVBR? A constant snpply in Sheets. ???SW|S^.-,lkft;HTW?N0?R. ) y 24 removed to N?2 Owurlla?<lt st.^ tl Rididfi f 81 fodf flfAfil-ln any t??n Ilk tity,.n?av be bad, with fnll directions for nee, by Je?r ?nit LEWIS PKHCHTW ANUKR. 2 Cocilandt A VA VaIXA HKA If'if? A *? maF 7a ?e oil "Van 1 1 1 a Besna mr sale cheap by If. ORRGORY. I!?l William st M 12.91 A lU'Uon Jllitll CAD V , Aucuoaeer. BV JtCttk. CAD v , store No*. in and H9 w Bi stre* u. ? Thia Day, at kail |>ani 9 o*clwck, in tot* to ?int purchasers, for catk, a i*rj;e and Ktneral assortment of *bell hardware, cutlery, tall roods, hat*. r?nit?>, faory ^orp, olota uiKt fun*, pistol*, dirk-, be., wilb an amorttiieat of good* *ail ril to the .Southern ami We*iein market, loo numerous 10 lion in an advertisement at ihi? k mi. Al Private Mali* ? J0.MHd<i?M Comb*, assorted el all kinda. IMMj ,* rU* IS.i nnngiiaju ai?U Sheffield Cutlery, t?l every va riety ima;/ nulue 2M0 dozen Collar* and Bornmt. 10.000 Needle*, a?Mirie?l from 1 a li.', HetnminR'sand Uermia do. gross Buttons, Coat, VeM.an-' Pearl, subject to defeca lure,wkick will be taken iu pay >ieuU Al*?, Snuff Boxes, Pins, fcr. kc. *tc. Also, Urnnan, French, and Ithode Island Jewel ry, low priced WmrhM., fJuard ( I am*. iiC mSJ Iy* B_ _ _ M. W AMI'. Auctioneer. Y K. J. bkauxn dfc CO., store No. ISS Peart street, corner uf W -Th* Uay, al ? o'clock, al the a ac tion room, Hardwar*, Catiery, ci.n?i*tina of pen, |iocket, a*d dirk knives oa card* and in dozen, : scissors in dozen* and ok cards; needle* in cannist. rs ami bundles; doub ? and singled eye spectacle* ; steel and Inns* laneled pistols; percasaioc caps, thimbles, kniltinr needles, books and i yet, kc. kc. Fancy Good* ? Consisting of double extra cologne, hair ?! perfumery, French and E*gli*b ?oap, lavmder nater, tc. Also, an invoice of comb*, kuitons, collar*, bo*mns, boots, shoes. Alio, an invalceaf Jewelry? Consisting at" ear-rings, finger rings, watches, breast-pb.*. MMlm, ... kc. u4 VCTIOS WOi-.ck.-BtM.is. shoes; hats, LEATHER, kc.? t?ri Thursday, il,- 24tb in?L, at IOC clock, will be ?obl at ihe store oi A. MELVIN X CO, No. 5 Ferry It , by Jame* M. Miller ? 150 cases boot* and .-hot-*, (men's, women'*, and children'*) 30 do. men'* fur hats, (black and drab) 1000 side* of sole leather, and upj>er in rou?h 700 do. finished upper 100 dozen calfskin* 150 do. morocco and lining' skins 5? sides black bridle lea' lie r 150 do. bellows leather 50 do. russet bridles X r Catalogue* at the sale. ?ulf>-3t* NEW YOitK TATTKr^ALLN.- The regular nublic sales o' Horses, <>nrringe?. Harness, kc., continue t? take piace at tui* well known establishment, every Monday al 13 o'clock. The next sale will commence on Monday, August Slst, *t 12 o'clock. All Horses, Carriages, kc. inlen?'< ?i lor thi? sale uiusi lie shown and entered on or before Saturday next, 19th insu, at 6 o'clock, P. M. JOHN W. WATSON. 4-t? Broadwaa WANTED? Two or three pairs low priced horn s. Apply a* above. aula Vanilla Ci ritm Cund)', MANCFAClVRr.D BY H . (? KE <? " W > . INVENTOR AND PROPRIETOR OK THE RECEIPT, 131 WILLIAM BTRKET, NSW YORK. jy4-tf I D- IK .MR. C. N. SIM M WAV i< in town he will hear of something U? hi? advantage by leaving hi* address ntliox425 | upper jio*t office, address t" It. !. S. au!."?-U* "lITSMALL SOTf1 S FO? tllANCJK UREAT REDUCTION IN I'RICE.-J. NEAI.E, 6 John urm, 3 doors from Broadway, having engraved three *ct* of 8teei Plate*, i* enabled to sell Notes for 1 5 cenu per 100, and $1,25 Cr 100. large site. Having en hand upward* of 36,000 Note*, can funiwk them at tin* above pricrf, being 25 per cent below the original co?t, to moiekeeper*, manufacturer*, and trade* men generally. Hteatnltoat and railroad companies would (to well to give him a call and exuinti.e some splendid *pecimena. The denomination* are 12$, 26, 50, 75 cent* and 91, wtlli beaati Ail vignette*, and printed on lunk paper, tupei u>r in exccntioa to any in the city. O* Ob*erve6John *treet,3door* from Broadway. CT Visiting, addre** and store cards, engraved and printed, at price* to *uit the time*. Small note* for individual*, coaipn* I nie* and public in*titution?, engraved in a superiwr style, at the shortest notice. jyl9-lm Ny?t?rlou* I liritd it I ! CT ROBERT WHARTON, E-o., late Mayor of Philade phia, ha* certified, as may be keen below, to the high characle of the following gentlemen. The undersigned do hereby certify that we have osed the Balm of Columbia discovered by J. Oldridge, and have found it highly *erviceable not crtly ft*n preventive against the falling off at the hair, but al*o a certain restorative. WM. THATCI1 EH, senior, Methsniist Milliner in St Oeorge charge, No. M North Filth sweet. JOHN P. INGLI8, 331 Arch st. JOHN D. THOMAS. M. D., >?? Race st. JOHN S. KIJKEV, No. 101 MpiuceM. HUGH McCl'RDY, No. 243 South 2d ?L JOHN WARD, Jr . 123 Arch *L The aged, and tho*e whi persist in wearing wig*, may not always experience it* resterauvc uualitie*. ret it will c? nainly raise its virtue* in tlie dslimalion of the public whe ? it is known that three of the above idgner* are more than .50 years of age, and the others not leu thxn 30. I From tli? Mayor.] Commonwealth or Pr.wNSYLVAMU, j City of Philadelphia. | I, ROBERT WHARTON, Mayor ?l the *aid citv of Phil*, delphia, do hereby certify that I am well acquainted with | Me**r*. J. P. Ingli*, Jolin 8 Furej, ami Hugh McCuidjr I whose names are signed to the above certificate, that they are gentlemen of character and respectability, and a> ?ucb lull cre dit siiould be given to the said certificate. In witness whereof, I have hereantn net my hand, and caused the leal of the city to be affiled, this sixth day sf | L. 8. | December, kc. ROBERT WHARTON, Mayor. ILr The above article, warranted genuine, in for *ale at 70$ Pearl *t., one door above Fultoti *c jv22-5w' Thrown, stone seal engraver* jew. ? ELLER, 21 2 Broadway ? Coat* ? I Arin?, Cre*t*. C r pliers, Emblematical Subject*. kc , engraved on stone; Dia mond*, AmethykU, Topni.e*, Crvst*!*, Vc , liought in the rough or cut to any form; La ie*' Seal*, Pencri Cases and Sig net King*, engraved with coat* nl arm-, cre?t?, i one*, of Bay device. Coal* of Arm* painted und forwarded to any part of Ihe United Stale*. Book* of Heraldry kept w ith U|jward? of lOO.WtO i i?n < ' iat ? i>l Arm* found. aul.VJt* I\I8KA8?- 8 OF THE EY K.? DR. ELLIOTT, OCtT Le LIST, and Professor ?l tlie Anatomy and Disease* of Lb? human eye. Mice, 303 Broadway. PnvMe entrance in Du*rw awn SA88AKK AH LOZENI.KK-TVenm,, plea?ntand efficacious remedy tor purilyiug tlie hlood. Por ?ate by Pa' ter Burnett. New Ywi Chemical Hall. S5 Siith aveone. iel-Sm WANTED? At fil Broad w n v , tnur tir*t rate Waiter*, who have had experience in waiting at an establishment of the kind. Tho*e who *|>eak both Krench and E.-)gli*li would be preferred. aul2-lw* I17ANTEI) ? Employment lira young man who i* thn ? v roughly acquainted with the printing hoisea, having ?erved In* apprenlicesli'p in l>>ndon. He ?;>? aks and writan I i French fluently, and would he willing to make himself useful in any other occupation The most unexceptionable reference* can lie givsn. Add re** J. K. .'7 < li> 1 1 \ street, N. York. aul5 3t* 1 1'ANII.I.A CHEAM ?' A NO % .-NoiieiJ.TevKtence ? i* wanting of the excellence of tlii* new article, than that several confectioner* are bu?y in imitating it, and foisting ! their miserable counterfeit on their customer* as genuine. Be fore I introduced the Vanilla, tlie?e nianufaclurer* never heard of Ihe article, and never offered any for sale; w>w tl>ey are seeding it all over be country. Ii i* only necessary for me to repi-at what I have over aod over ;> vniri asserted, that I am in pCMae**ionnf the genuine receipt, and all other* wlai jiretendto manufacture the V anilla, cannot < ven inak'- a deceit coanler feit.antf ?ucb is tlie character of all not made by me. MNCnr H. (IREOORV, 131 W i litem street, IDBHCRIHEIt |, ns received liv the ,a*t arnvals from Europe, an elegant ?s^irt..' in ul the uadernten tiooed e nicies, which be oflers for sile on tlie most advaoiage uu> terms, vi* j? Astral Lamps, in guilt, broare, marble atwi cut glass: banging tola pa, in gilt and bronted. for oil, gas or candle* ; ball i*aip*, in gilt and brwnied. for ml and gas, mantle la*,pa ing'lt and bronxed, cut gins* droji*, pan. a-id -pangle*: rdt?tan?l randela braa : ladiea work boxen arxl ornamental work tables ; plaled candlesticks and branches ; rruet frame* ; pl*te.i urn*, kettlea, MM *tand?, kc. kc. ; ?ir b in< doaWe barr?l p?-rcm*?Of? gan* ; pocket, bolMer. and duelling pi*i?ls. ieS-v9tea'HkC ^ ? v? fiE AKS. 115 Fultoe street. npOPAPKK HA h K.lt? 2 bale. 4-4 English felting*; 1 2 do. 6-4 do. d<w; 1 do. *-4 Jn. do. manulactart-d elpready ' for cylinder machine*, for *aie by I J. CAMPBELL i< PKRSSK, 110 and 112 Nassau *C aal5 rilH H\ Lt: ?H KJi IIANOF..-A Paa*. Forte. | r quite new. with tl?e patent grand action, made by Nnnna i k Clarke. A horw aa<t wagon will lie taken in part pavment, at a fair value. Address M. C., at this office. aul4-lw* (?OI,I> Aim BILLIOS OFMrt \ ? M WALL ?Titreet, 2 doors from 1*1 1lloM\M BARNARD ' dealer in Bullion, kc. conimues to give the Mglie*! price tor i Sovereigns, Double* ins. Bank of England Notes, l iicurrent Nole>, kc. Also, on hand and cnn-tanliv kept lor sale fine gold ! rolled Silver and imported Plated Metal. Wold and silver melted aod a?say* made. anl^lni* B HOARD ? it h In r ? -h d apartment* lor a gentle man and his wife, in a genteel private family where there i are bo t few boarder*. Reference* gieen ami re<|ul red. Address R. 8. Courier k Empii it office. anl V3i? BI)AiNKHN KOiI HALK.-ln conaeqnence of a se vere and protmrled iIIih'**, the advertiser is disposed to sell I out hi* bu*ine*?, and *?-ek a climate m> r# -a ? ? i n stitution. The buaine** ha* been *ever?l vears *?ink,li?be?I^M?d will aff'-rd any peraon diaiiAM-d to embark in il ahaadsome in come. Apply at No, 70 Chamber* si. sul*-3t^ ARHMTc a M ft JACRfH I n bas S4i.ied u. b > Patent ?? get able Medicated Vapor Bath K*i*i?asJinient, at W* Bow ery, gsntesdly fnrniabed apartments and lioard, with the M #f nurse*, provided for invabds wlwi msv * i*i to put them selves under kit medical treatment an?J hi* Medicated Vnou Batha. ?ei-?f LHOir- m* M,.ndav u?t. ^ The firJirr wUi raaJLa $10 reward by leavlrg it si the office of this paper. The 1 nmnev belong* to a ?erv | "?>r person. aulft-at* lAHDIO i .IK IM nidi. ? WM HILL 8 in Imltable style of Hsir Cuti-n*. No. Pead st ap stairs.? ror fear nf any wrong naprrssi.a the public may labor ander. the sahscriber respectfully iniorm tliem he has never beton^ad ta the enmhlMiion of Uair dressers. Shaving ? I -4 cents. Jtl >?* mtioTII A < II K. ? Kr?*n. is univrrtmlly *How?l in be 1 the * pee, 1 1 est and most effectual remedy for this excrscta Hng disocler yet di*covered. It gives Immesiiate relief, form ing a thin con gu lam over the nerve which protect* it from m* Hnpressloos id the atmosphere. For sale wbob^ale and retail hy i; 'AMOl-RRAUx k ? ?? , No m Pmadwsv jv? IT A Nllili A I RK I jf C A HDir of the iS'St pure * n. I T superior description daily manafactnred and for mleat the nwery ^teatn Confectionary k Saloon, No. 20# Bowery, op po*?te lo Rivlngton street. Also, Ice Cresms, A aalUaCreans Drop*,and a large and general variety of assorted ConlWtlona riea. )vH^t? SlfWAlM'M PaNAI BA Panic# a with Spanish ami Port tig oe?e direction*, for sale at mana fhctnrer* prices, by RIISHTt^ * ABPINWALu, an 16 M William il., 110 Broadway and 10 Aator llaux . A.