Newspaper of The New York Herald, 27 Mayıs 1842, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated 27 Mayıs 1842 Page 1
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# TH Vol. VII.?No. 430.?YVbolc No. 3097. KEGULAK PACKETS. ~ .NEW CttfK OK UVERI'OOL PACKET*IT silfroa New York on the 2bth and Livci)r>o1 ou the 13th ,,/ ...+k tk m iss. m r'num ni:w twhk. Rhip SHERIDAN, Captain F. A. Depeyater, 25th May. Ship OAKltll K, Captain Win. Skiduy, 2Slli June. 8hjp ROSCI US, Captain John Collini, ~ith July. Ship S1DDO.NS. Canlain K. B. Colli, 2jlh August Khom Liverpool. Ship 8IDDONS, Captain E. U. Cobb, 13th June. Ship SHERIDAN, Captain F. A. Deimyster, 13th July. Ship GARK1CK, Captain Win. Skiddy, 13th August. Ship ROSCIU8. C u'tain John Collttu. 13th September. These ihi|M are all ol the tint class, upward! ol InOO lous, built in the city of New York, with such nprovemvuta as combine Kat speed with unusual comfort for tuuseiiaerb. Every care been taken in the arrangement of their accommodation*, e price of passage hence is $100, for which ample stores w ill be provided. These ships are commanded by experienced masters, who will make every exertion to give general satisfactins Neither the captains or owners of the ships will be rrspnui ble for any lettrra, parcels or tackages sent by them, uuless regular fella of lading are signed therefor. That nips of this line will hereafter go armed, and their peculiar construction gives tliem security not possessed b> any other but vessels of war. For freight oi passage, apply to E. K. COLLINS tx CO., 58 South St., Netv York, or to W'M. k J AS. BROWN & CO.. Liverpool. Letters by the packets will be charged cents |ier single sheet; 50 cents |mr ouuer, and newspapers I ilc iit each. in? " NEW YORK AND HAVRE PACKETS. (SECOND LINE.) Jff* tt.% ij&. lhisT!u^vi!rtl*r*?S?^?ate Ncw^^orPou Die Island Havre on lha 16th of nach month, u follows : From New York. From Havre. The new ship ONEIDA, C let March I ICtli April Captain < ltt July < Kith AuKn.it Jamr* Funtk, f let November ( l?lh December Skip BALTIMORE, I 1st April 1 lGtk May Captain < 1st August < 16th September Edward Funck, flit Deccem'rf 16th January Ship UTIC A, i 1st May C 16th June Captain \ 1st Septemb'rt 16th Oetober: Frederick Hewitt, ( 1st January ( bifli February New shipST.NICOLAS, t 1st June i ICth July ( aptain a 1st October < 16sh Norember. J. B. Pell, ' 1st February' 16tn March The accommodations of these ships are not surpassed, combining all that may be required for comfort. The price of cabin passage is $10u. Passengers will be supplied wiui every requisite. with Die eaccplion of wines and liquors. Oooas inlanJed f ir lliese vessels will be forwarded hv the subscribers, free from ally other than the expenses actually incurred on litem. For freight or passage, apply te BOYD St HINCKKN, Agents, at 9 Tontim Buildings. for new or Leans] LOUISIANA AND NEW YORK LINK OF PACKETS. tffjy iv nils. , For the better accommodation of shipper^ it it intended to despatch a thip from this |>ort on the 1st, 3th, rath, lltli, 2ufli, and fiDi ol each month, commencing the 10th October and continuing until May, when regular days will be appointed for the remainder of the year, whereby great delays and disappointment* will b< prevented during Die yuniner monDu. The following ships will commence this arrangement : Ship YAZOO, Captain Cornell., Ship OCONEE, Captain Jackson. Ship MISSISSIPPI, Captain Milliard. Ship LOUISVILLE, Captain Hunt. Ship SHAKSPEARE, Captain Miner. Ship GASTON, Captain Latham. Ship HUNTSVILLE, Captain Mumforil. Ship OCMULOEE, Captain Leavitt. Ship NASHVILLE, Captain Dickinson. Ship MEMPHIS, C tain Knight. Ship LOUISA, Captaiu Muli'orii. These ships were all built in the city of New York, expressy for packets, are of light draft of witar, recently bMR wly coppered and put in splendid order,with accommodation* lor passenger* uneqhfelled lor comfort* TWay tie commtndcd by experienced masters, who will make every exertion to give Stmeral satisfaction. Tney will at all times be towed up and own the Mississippi by steamboat*. Neither the owners or captains Of these shit* will be responsible for jewelry, bullion, precions stones, Stlvir Or plited ware, or fcfr any letter*, parcel or package, sent by or put on board of them, unless regular bills of lading are takeu for the same, Sid the value thereon expressed. kTcoL'UnS 8t CO., 56 South st., or HULLIN k WOODRUFF, Agent ui New Orleans. who will promptly forward all goods to their address. Tire shl|M of this line are warranted to sail punctually ,, advtrtiaed, and great care will be taken to haTe the goods correctly measured. ml STEAM NATIG^^^M^TWEEN ANTWERP AND NEW YORK, FTSO CTII.1 MPTOy. BELOIAN STEAMER BRITISH QUEEN, M. M. Kkaisc, CoMMsNur.a. The days of d< |>arture of this wAl-kwwii Steamship, hare beaa kr-d as follows : From Antwerp, From Southampton, From New York, On 4th Ma v. 1842. On Ttli May, 1842, On 7th June, IB42 rt,w. 10th July, " 7th Aug., " 7th Sept. " llth Sept. " 7fli Oct., " Price of passage, meals not included, to Sonthamptou or Antwerp, 570?Steward's fees, $2 62^. The meal* will be aersed </n board, ?u the plan of a continental hotel, in the best manner, and at Used and moderate irrices, lostcngars being only "harceil when partaking of th" same. The pr;ce of passage to either of the abore ports can also he engaged if preferred, with meals and steward's fees included for {"MS cents, eiclusiee of wines. An eiperieuced Surgeon accompanies the ship.1 For freight or (>ass*ge, or auv further information, apply to H. \V. T. it H. .MALI. Agents, a22 6m*r 41 Beae-r ?treel. IMPORTANT TCI WKSTEK N MKKCl I ANT*. RELIANCE PORTABLE IRON BOAT LINE For the Transportation of Goods betwesn Philadel|d,ia and Pittsburg. BsdA- .V jeJB&ey As Tkis improvement in transportation alfnidi to Western Mer(hull peculiar adtauia-trs. The good* bciuc carefully packed in tke boats at our wan house, Nn, Jo Mirhcl sirrri, are carried over the Colnmbia and Portage Railways without transhipment. Careful Captain* and crews are employed, who take chance of the Koods at Philadelphia, and continue with them the entire route, thus avoiding delays and the liability of Iota be im; separated on the way. K/B.-Passeugers forwarded te Pittsburg and TotteriHe, every day, Sundays excepted. H. STORKS, Agent, a!2 3m* 7 Wash iny ton street. RAILROAD NOTICE. MARKET AND FREIGHT LINE. rPHE NEW JERSEY' Railroad and Transportation ComJ peny haee established a Freight Line between New Brunswick and New York, whith they intend to run permanently. Leasing New Brunswick at 5 A. M. daily, (Sundays excepted) and the foot of Liberty street. New Y'ork, at 3 P. M. To country dealers and merchants the above line is scry desirable for the speedy ana eneap conveyance ol merchandise of asery deecriptiou, and more imrticularly lo Drovers and Dealers in Livestock, who ran have 130 h-ad of rattle eonsey. d between New Bruuswick and New York, the aamt day whenever required. The rstee for the transportation of cattle, horses, mules, sheep, hogs, lie. and all other kinds of merchandise are very low. uever exceeding steamboat piices. Merchandise sent by this line is uot subject to any estra charge itj crossing the North River. The Company base fitted up a large storehouse at New Brunswick, admitting the H.ul.uad Diqiot, which will always beopen for the reception of nieichandisa. Passengers purchasing their tickets at the ticket offices, will receive terry ticket! gratis. mli 3ni* FHEIUIIT AMD PYdSARE TO PITTBBIKU. SXa ?3L 1 .- ?>.... igrg, give uoticr (A the .\lerclianU >'l fir" York, ami ail other wnoua hinritig to the Weet, lliat their line i? now in active iiieretinr O \ida conaigned to them (or tent to go in their in< i will be forwarded wkli deapatch. Ownara or ahippera of gnoda, deatinej for the Weatcm Unlet, who have no agent or cooeignrc at Pittsburg, will deeee ciuuign their good* to William Oilifham, Pittabiug, eho will attend to snipping all tuch coneigiiintnu without Al^ goods ahottld be marked distinctly on eacn package IINUHAM'3 LINE. Fort atee of freight, wlueli are aa low aa any other line, apply ? WM. TYSON, Agent. No. I Weet et, oppoeite nrr No. 2, N. K. | N. B Pnaaengsn forwarded to Pittsburg and Pottaville.r tery ay, Sundaya ?aee|ited Refer Ui R. Crnoltsa American Fur Co.; 8. T. Nirol), "rout atsset , Phelpt, Dodge Ik < o., Fillton >ueet ; SuydaiC age tt Co ; wm. Rank u, Duryiv * t o. Newark. mb 1m FKOFI.K'S Tank f-ok ALBANYTAnd intermediate placet, from the Pier foot of L -?TWW* ^Vji'ii'tSwndt ?4T-?-t ? Fart.- $1. W The NORTH AMF.RTt A, Captain M. H. 'rweadell, leaaea aa alioae on Tueaday, Thnraday and Saturty afternoons, at J o clock. For pamage or freight, apply on board, or to . P. C. tCHULTZ, At the office on the wharf, N B.?ATI ktnda of property taken only at the riak of the wuete the reel. _ mlOr m m. M AflSAf frROM F.Nfil.AND TRF.I.AND, SCOTLAND AND WALES. JERSONS deairona of making engagements for frienda to ho mai wiah to secure f >r th-in de?patch mill r,.tiiforf I, .mmodationa, will liad it th'ir int. rr*t to apply to tlir sttl>ribers, who ate at >11 tiiin n nri urd m mike ain-b arran.;.rnaa as will giiarantea satisfaction. The Teasels rorn]?.? rg u line an- all of lh>-first class, mi<- of vrhicli l-aam I.i?er|ik,, erkly, mtisri|tirntly all ilrl.n at the port of embarkation in oided. As has llwavsbern customers with this line, when ow settled for decline coming out, tin pi>* i.-. money is r<mled, without any deduction. I'i<. u,'f |?r st> nnii from the jioua poita of lri-land and Scotland, can likewise lie lined. For further particular* apply to SAMUEL THOMPSON. Old Estab.ished Passage Other, f7J Pearl St., Or to C. OBIMSHAW A CO. 10 Ooiee Pilllll, Li*> rnool. Eiehane* or draft* at antl.t, ami I t -n\ i.moiin-, ran laic w i" furnished nu tin- National Bank of Inland. Northern llnik{i ii,, Niiional buna"' "aeon ow, nnynme o in neir i-ipe hr riches; also, on It. t OI\n A t o., Banker-. I.on ion, | ( . itriMahaw i* i i... 1.1 rr|*-o1 mtln.ar iXjo- K'Ht HAVRE?The ?ii|M-rior Fiench hru- AltMM^VF.DK. < iptam Oiratidran, will I. promptly diajdibaaiatriir.l. For fn udit oi j.hoi;t. apply I" ,n 11 c BOYD A IIINI'KF.N', No. 9 Tontim Building. IXJU. PAAK^S FOR 11'.\ V It K ~ Sen n.i Lin", .-The t.*^ aliipfiT. NICOLAS, John B. Pell, mast.r, will tail an the 1st June. BOYD A HINCKF.N. Agents, No. 9 Tontine Building. E NE I KAIf.lU)AI)8&STEAMIi()ATS~ MARX DEN 8t CO.?GERMAN AGKNCV?1Th? subitnbefi renpnctfally umouDce ui irrmccnieot whifh tkty have recently m ulr with Samti'-I liiuhl, Eo.j., U. S. ( oiuul at Antwerp. for tlit- piirixiMt ol'i-tlhlishini; i GENERAL CONTINENTAL AGENCY at ill i t place, for Uh transaction f F()rwirdii|UM( immission Business, and for facilitating the increasing commercial inter* corn ' m? this .1.1. ied ( edstM ?l Can i?. A* Antwerp is *iCttat<- I in the centre of the manufacturing region of Europe, U it ooly?18bours distance from London. 90 h i mPari in th in km dial eici lyof Hulluid an IGori" ind ecu with 11 1 ritroadsoi ltd up packets, it* location affords the greatest advantage* fur par chasing and forwarding ( otitis tal p i All order, rcoi??d at uur officw* in Boston, Albany. N< w Yoik and Philadelphia, in season for that purpose, will be foiw&rtled by the Bclgiau steamer BRITISH QUEEN, on the 7th of June next, and will generally be executed in season for the i?turn of the same steamer, which will leave Antwerp on the 10th July. ['y~ Irni>oiten of GeruimJ books are particularly requested to notice this. HARDEN St CO. New York, May 17th, 1812 . mlBr POM ICR OY C O.'S ALBANY, BCKKALO AND CHICAGO EXHIESS. "! ft " r llir Railroads to and from Albany and Buffalo, and the intcrniediate I laces, for FORWARDING, at low rates, with the utmost speed, regularity .and safety, choice Goods, Sin-riM, Bank Notes, Imj?oitaut Tapers ami Valuable Packages?Will attend fl.M ? , .Ml t m Iiali. 9 ... r n;ii. Exchange, Notes, Drifts, Acceptances, Accounts, ic., at reaI soualde per centage?execute orders for the purchase or sale of I Merchandise, Produce and Manufactured Articles of every description, ]*n?onally, in tlu* t?wu> on their route, through Messrs. HARNDEN k CO'* EXPRKS* to N? wYork and Boston uid HAWLK.V i CO.'S EXPRESS to and from Buffalo to Cleveland, Detroit and Chicago and ntermediate places?forming at once the most direct, speedy and perfect communication to and from the eastern and western cities, for the negotiation and transaction of all mercantile and professional business, remittances, exchanges, kc. Referenr..-,?K; s Corajnc, Thomas W. Qloott. Wlltl Sherman, A. D. i'atchin, Noah Lee, James Taylor, Theodore Olcott, AhmuR) . Agencies?Bennett, Backus k Hvwley,Utics : T. A. Smith, Syracuse ; A. O. Smith, Auburn ; J. frargo, Geneva; J. O. Snepherd. Canandaigua ; David Hoyt, Rochester ; John McKenster, Lockporl ; J. A. Clark, Batavia ; Thomas Blossom, Buffalo. POMEROY k CO*, No. 5 Exchange Buildisg*. Albany, alt 3 Wall street, New York. FAKE AND FK EIGHT K EDUCED. i In 1^^N .! NEW TORT. coinposed of the following superior steamers, running in connection with the Stoniugton and Providence, and Boston and ProI vidence Railroads? MASSACHUSETTS. Captain Comstock. RHODE 1 sla Nik Captain Thayer. NARRAGANSETT. Captain Wooisey. . MOHEGAN, Captain Vanderhilt. One of which will leave New York daily, (Sundays excepted) from Pier No. 1, North River, Battery Place, at five o'clock, P. M. Fare to Boston, $1 00 Deck passage, $2 25 do. Providence, 2 00 do. do. 1 50 Arrangement. The NARRAOAN5ET, on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, for Stoning ton. The MASSACHUSETTS, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, for Stoniugton. huUDgSIl <'ii tin- arrival of thtt itMURttl It StOttingtOO, may take the Railroad Cars and proceed immediately to Provi dence and Boston, and for the accommodation of persons travelling between New York and NeW|?oit, the steamboat trains wiH stop at Wiokford long enough to leave and receive passengers. Freight taken at the following much reduced rates :? To Boston, on goods weighing forty )H>unds or upwards to the cubic foot, at $5 50 per ton, and on measurement goods 7 cents per foot. To Providence, on measurement goods 5 cents per cubic foot, and specific articles as |>#r tarif to be obtained at office 22 < Broadway. m31 6m OPPOSITION LINE FOR ALBANY. FARE REDUCED!! Pnsaage 50 <>*nti?Hrrth* 50 cent a. FREIGHT TAKEN AT REDUCED PRICES. rThe commodious Siennboat WASIIING . TON. CmpCatlxi J. M. Brown. htv&| made ir Bi r arrant t men u to chance her d*vs ofleaviug New York, will hereafter leave the foot of Robinioo street, New York, every Monday, Wedn idty. and Fodu ftlknoooi at 5 o'clock, and Albanv, every Tuesdav, Thursday, and fcv turday afternoon, at 5 o'clock, landing ou her passage each way at the Foot of llanuiiond street, New burgh, I'oughkecpsie, Kingston .Point, Catukill and Hudson. For Freight or possagre, apply to the Captain on board, or to D. RANDOLPH MARTIN. No. MS Wj st m... L > FARE REDU4 ED TO 6* ( ENT8. STATEN ISLAND FEKRV. Foot of Whitehall atrert. The steamers STATEN ISLANDER and SAMSON will ran m follows, until farUM ? notice :? Leaves Stated Island Leaves New York. At o'clock a.m. A\ 8 o'clock a. m. I g M .4 I. q .1 M .1 j0 .4 II I. 1Q II II .. |2 ?. ? ii 1 *?? " h. m. M 2 M r. m. .. 3 .. .* .. 3 4. A% I. II .. 5 .. 6 M M M 6 M N. B. All goods snipned are required to be particularly m-oked, and are at the rRk of the owners thereof. m3r T. POWKLL i\r. C(VS LINir ^/|^| FT)R NEWBURGH, landing at CA LDfa-StLvS}*WELL'S, WEST POINT AND ( OLD ^k^-^^^^SPRlNG.-The.iearnlHMt HIGHLANDER, f ^ipuia Robert Wardnu?, w?P leave the (?>ot o|" Warren street, New York, every Monday, Thursday unl Sat unlay afternoons at \ oVloek. Returning, the Highlander will leave Newburgh every Moud ty morning at C o'clock, and Tuesday and Friday aftertax in at i o'clo k. For Freight or passage, apply to the captain on board. N. B.?All baggage and freight of every description, bank bills or specie, put on board this boat, must be at the risk of the owners thereof, unless a bill of lading or receipt is signed For thcMtmc. m2*> TAILORING. retrenchment" the order of the day. fPHE Subscriber, with a view of meeting the exigencies of 1 the times, has irvide arrangements whereby he will henceforth he enabled to furnish garments of the very best quality, at an immense saving from former charges. Haying made his purchases exclusively for cash, he in determined to compete With tin* cheapest .(<'11 11 > - readlli 'in y it ' m ij.le <-nl y,) w bib- r,e pledges himself to continue the same observance of elegance and punctuality wliich for the but fifteen years has characterized his establishment. Gentlemen are referred to the annexed list of prices, with the assurance that the articles enumerated shall he equal in finality and style to the most costly. I en.ifA of atitM^r Avml el ml.. ?fs Pants, do do cassiimre, 8 to 10. Vests, of reery fashionable variety, 3 50 to 5 50. Gentlemen wishing toTurnish their own materials can have their garments made and trimmed in tin same style o! device, in proprrtion l< (Km ikoff* N. B.?Mr. Bibcock, long known as one of the most fashionable cuttem, continues in the establishment. CHAS. COX, Sign of the Golden Fleece. m5 lm 61 Niwostreet, pear Maidenfane. "MACHINE POETRY. WHEELER, TAILOR, hereby sends This information to his friends, Or enemies, if lie his any, Whether they be few or many. The public too, both far ami near. He wishes every one to hear, That in Broad', ay h<- lias a shop, In which he'd like to have them i>op. \nd should th v want coat, test or pants, No ane can lit tlu-m it' he cant. Prices low to suit the times. Cloth, too various for these rhymes; lu short youTI fin.) no oth'-r Tailor, So sure to please > ou as A WHEELER. ml3 lmc lf.7 Broadway, up slain. MARTIN'S Cash Tailoring Em! nbllshmrnt, Te Removed to 151 William street, eorner aj\1nn street'"PHE subscriber, in announcing the above to his friends and A the public in general, lakes leave to return thank* for the liberal patron.??;e bestowed on liim at his farmer place of business, and aa?ar?* thsin that -?ver7 article ordered ol him shall, aa hsretofors, be cut, made, and trimmed in the neatest and most stvli?h manusr. The mat rials, the newest and bast in the market, an J ?t a positive saviug of 3D per ceut. Strangers are requested to call and examine. G. iiilcineu who praibr purchasing their own cloth, file., em have them made aud trimmed in the style that has given such general satisfaction during the last lour years. Every garment warr-tnt'd to tit, ami made by the best wsrkuieu at the follow- \ Ins , m, * Dress Coats $7 00 to $8 50 Frock Coats 8 00 to 9 50 1 Pant* an.I V 1 '? '? '*? 1 oV'rTCuiu <i ei'i t.; II id) No gartntuU rwwh ?ill madf to ur??r, ?ud a *iait ' h"UM?rHAKL r.. MARTIN. j REMOVAL. PHILLIPS' CASH TAILORING v^l ATY.VH ' M KNT, | I? removed from 11.1 Broadway to N). A .let ECONOMY IN GENTLEMEN'S Dllr'SS. ? Ganiwnu of * most El.wantand k ishionaMi huid / t itivit / ( I Cti per cent for ciuh. 'T'HE advertiser deems it unnecessary to rcsoit f) to. ruck* a ncyed iytirm of givinir a list of nomina! prices, pretJining ' that I he Irnttth of time lie Ins been ostsblishoj. toste.hcr with t" the eit.nsive patronage bestowed on mm. will pros- e sum < Cient voucher for hit capabilities. r?isrvotr til a Is.ui'We ot I being connected with oncTtcmlveelolh establishment in Eurapc I he confidently assets that he ran furni h r'.nthcs wlitsh, on coin* ? nirisan, will he found lower thin any other house in iking Up ? Hi. best descriptions of irrntli men's dress. ill _ A. PnlLLirS, 7 Asu.r House, Brnsdwav DOTS' CLOTHINO?CHILDREN'S < l.<iTHINfJ?A 1 ? 'erv la'*, assortment?Very cood onalttv?Ver- rh. ap.? I OEOnOE A. IIOYT fc CO., tfo. It flowery. would resect- ' fully inform lhair patrons and the public eeuerilly, that they hare again been inahins eatensire preparsinms for the spring and summer trade, and have now on hand a nmrh I irger assortmrntol B" .' and ChilorenS fClothing than they rrer before < had. The public are invited to .all "and etainine their goods ' with particular reference to quality and pnre. Terms cash ' ' a3 Im I t> A It I' O) \ HOI SE TO LET. in on< of the most de- i ' li:htful loe limits in thr eilj?a combine!ion of eountry and s city r id.n ?situated prat h -u?- h> low St. Mark's Church I anil 2d \venne, in I Itli airvrt, the entire second floor of a laearr* a lie lUtiful two story house?stands alom?hiss large yard, and has windows and ill eiteiisive rii w oil eiery aide?near chnrrh- I es. s. lends, inok. Is. St. n ' id .V ... ..it II Us II f Litis. . and will lie let to one re portable family, rety low, or two J email do. . | Apply to II Kiwpp, on the premises. N B.?Thi? i< ?rll w ' i ' .,ii . : .f .nr. U i il) nhn I ' wi.lir. to tnii.y * bun iful iliiation for it l.t.lc ut ncy. uoj mmh% i * w ro <EW YORK, FRIDAY M( FURNITURE. GEORGE W. DAWSON, Wholmalt and Ilehatl furniture and General Fur- ' mulling Warehouse, A'o 07 Chatham street, coram of Duane street, .Yrtr York. i TT^IIEKE he kveps for sale a large assortment of the follow- 1 ** iutf articles, via.: Sideboards. Bureaus, Bedsteads, CoU, i T i!?U < .11 < >fli. . >4 | ' , .! i 1 h -A .j (?U-s i ' is. ^ BoOsI I Cases I ki if (< Dining, Cent leiuidPisi Taides, 1 Pianos, S?d*as, Sol i Bedsteads, Beds, Bedding Palea*ters, Mattissues, Garnets, Oila Cloth. Matting and hire Irons, Wash Scami.*, M outl Tables, t audio M.tn.li, Bureau Bc<bt?ad* Dressing Bureaus, Safes, &c. Also, a l?j"gt assortment of man and women's Wearing Ai>pajel, uew and second handed. All the shove articles are offered to the public at very low prices. Persons in want of said articles would find it to their advantage to make an early call at the above establishment. Shipping orders punctually attended to and |>acked on the thorn 't notiot, tn i "i? o mop iblo terns. M?;: i bm -. Bfdalilt Ike. for fitting out vessels, constantly on hand. All orders to the above establishment will be punctuAlIy attended to and thankfully received. N. B.?The highest prices will he given for Second Hand Furniture, and Utiilleineu's and Ladies' c.ist off Cloiniug. &22 6m*r * NOTICE TO 111"''VERS OK CABINET FURNITU RE. rPHE 8u use rib# r would invita the attention of tho:?e wishing 1 to purctuuw articles in the above business?, ro his esuhlishtncut, what e it to bo found a rich aaaortmont ol Roaawoodaod Niithogam Furniture, of French ami other patterns, some of whirl) are oot to be found elsewhere, being entirely original.? A'stf. handsome rich irilt Cornices for windows. Poles and Tunes ; together with Damask (lalloons and Tassels, and every arti 'le atu< hed to curtains, which will be made iu the latest t> It I rem pMMtPi latfll) IfCeiywL N. B. Particular attention naid to Lhe fittiur nn of Ottomans. b'itu Scre^ai, and otlin l*ncy arrielcii Willi nubrn?rt.r>'d Tape,uy. WASHINGTON MEEKS, d J8 fim 3IS Broadway. next the Hospital. TOSEI'H PE<*KOVEH, Fanrj < itunet Maker, MatlieOMl* ical ana Nautical InMiunibni Caje Manufac turer, 26'J Water street, New York. Chronometer boxes nf a superior make, b-ironietcr, thermometer frames, m adranf. *r slant; surveyors, smgical, dentist and drawing instrument boxes, made rnd parked in a neat style? timepiece, elork, gun an 1 pistol rases of all description; d.iRtieirotyiv apparatus and medicine chests, surveyors rods, of any length and make All kind* of fancy work, made of tlie best millennia and workmanship, warranted. Repairing of every description rxecutdd with, neatness, punctuality and dispatch. French polishing ami varnishing. * Manufactory*in G. T.ixleaLue's E*tablishnu at, between Dover ?ut 11 ?nd Pigt > up RlFKIIKKCKS. Me ssrs. P". Sc G. W. Blunt, comer of Water stTeet and Bulling lip. Mr. A. Megarey, 100 Water street. Mr. Demilt, 239 Pearl street. m!5 lm*r 1^" KW STORK of Rich Cut and Plain Glass, No. 35 John sv.f d s urxt door to comer o| Nju.^au street. STOUVENEL St CO. hive the honor to inform their friend# and the public, that they are opening the above store, where they can find a large and beautiful assortment of all descriptions ?such as Astral auu hall lamps, all complete; porcelain, at the manufactory prices, by the communication of their shop, No. 2t Gold street. Wholesale and retail?city and country trade?all gnodi p iciid t<> i!i any put i tbi country til articles m uui to patterns- Please call at 35 John street. m2 lm*c ~C H IN A GLASS AN D EARTHENWARE. 8A3TOR HOUSE.?French Porcelain Dinner Services, 11 j pines $'.!;> 00 White Granite, do do lit do 13 (Ml French, or KngliMi Porcclaiu Tea Seta, 32 do 4 CK) Dinner Phues, Fn nch Porcelain, jwr dozeu, 1 91 Do do (rrsnito, blue or white, do 1 00 Soup, do French Porcelain, do 2 00 Do do Granite, blue or white, do 100 Tea Cups and Saucers, (21 piece*) French Porcelain, 1 50 Egg I u??*, do do 37 Glass. Cut Wines, per dozen, from 1 50 Do Turuuh'cn, do do 2 00 Lemonades, handled, do 2 25 Tails Ovtlsst< Of the finest discriptions, in setsoi doznns, at the lownrice of $!2 the at*. Jnst opened, a handsome assortment of 'I oilet Ware. R. SIMPSON. N. B.?Agent for the sale of Sirni^ou's Ear Cornets, for the rslisf of dt llbfM, mil III) < CHEAP HARDWARE STORE. r|MiE Subscriber is now opening his Spring supply of 1 HARDWARE AND CUTLKftY. received per late arrivals from Biruiinginuii and Sheffield. Together with a g?nervl asfprttiie?ii of bomesnc uro<Mi. wmch lie is prepared to of|urut tU v^r, I OlVl'li'l1 t ' A ^ I i I'UICL'C The attention of Country Merchants, Builders, Cabinet Makers, itr., is solicited to an elimination of his stock and prices, as he is confident they will find it to their interest to faror him with a coll. ALFRED F. LAOKAVE, 210 Greenwich. oorner Barclay. New York. A regular supply of FALL RIVER CI' 1 NAILS, and Cooper * Glue. Also?a cum?4r tc assortment of Mechanics' Tools, J tines' 8< e n *. mf hi 'PI1A N SPARK NT IT % I.I V S WIMHiW MIAOhS I OLIVKK W. WOODFORD. ?. C.tliarinr ?t, ? P ..... ? thi. wcrk four ca*.'. Trtn*:>arent \Viiiil??? rilmHrt. Kamili. . who hive uol supplied themselves with Blinds tins Spring, will find a collection of tie* most beautiful paintings ever offered in the city. A* the season is advancing, a further reduction iu the prices will he made, namely?Landscapes $1 26 per pair.? ?lain Scrolls $. SO. Scrolls and Landscape* $3. Moonlight Scenes St 60. Italian Scripture Designs?Italian Vignettes? Drapery Bordered and Scrolled and full Laud*cap?d?about 300 paii L in Km ape it the I >w price of$l tt pel pair. N. IL?In consequence of misrcpresentations many have been deceived, while looking fi r No. 66 m22 lw * 'PHIAL OK BDOK SAfES 10?Several trials upon Iro A- Safins, of different maktrsy las had in furnaces, and certificates given by resnrctuMe >Wr?uc;t% in fas or of Wilder's Patent Salamander Safe. The S.f'es so tried, together w ith ir>? Coinmittcev1 report, an 1 other testimonial*, can be seen +&- Iron Chest Warehouse of the Subscriber, the only place lnuic aity where Wilder'* Bala maiidcr Ssfef ran be had. Chesfc of other makers, such as have been taken in part pay ment for the Salamander, for sale at les* than half of the fir?t cost. SILAS C. HERRING, m22 2wc 139 Water street. DRY LOOPS, S H IRTS. OHIRTS made to order, after the most approved French 0 fashions. Gentlemen's Garments of all descriptions made to order at the shortest notice. <truth men's Furnishing Store 67 and 69 Maiden lane, comer of William street. m ttlm?r WILLI AM ( OLLIN9. THE SHIELDED VICTORIA SHAWL AND DIAPER PIN. j ANEW an] important article for use in the nursery and as a j fastening to ladi**' shawls, cloaks, &c., patented u? the 1 rnited Statu and in Europe, fi?r s ?l?^ wholesale, by \V. II. ' GARY St CO., 196 Pearl street. New \ ork, and by the patenter^ at the manufactory, 110 Jay st, Brooklyn. Thread and needle stores, and dealers in fancy articles, snjplied on liberal terms. mil I m ? r STRAW GOODS. : T BENNETT, importer and manufacturer of Italian and English Straw Goods, respectfully informs hjs customers that he has removed his establishment from '*9 William and 26 Halt, to 39 John street, where he continues to keep a splendid and extensive assortment of ladies1 fashionable Straw Goods, French and English Dunstable*, Italian Rutland*, fine Tuscan*, Fancy Shell works. Prince Albert Straws, Ac. iu\ Also, an entiraly new article, the White Siberian Hair Bonnet, for the minimer?it surpasses all the style* as y?< introduce*!, In-inf eitrenicly light, beautiful, wliite and durable. w24 lm*m TO THE LADIES. FASHIONABLE MILLINERY GOODS.?The prorrieP tress, Miss S KINO, daughter of the celebrated Cat I King, ">ff( r? for ?>ale a most select and choice assortment of Millinery Goods, for the spring trade. uev?T as yet pre * nted to the ptb!ic, both a-? regards the quality and cheapness of the articles ' The assortment Consists of tli- following :? I The c. lebrated SILK HAT, CALLED I A POTT E D'OIl- j LEANS, as worn by L* L)uch< *<e D'Orl. ans, of France, i SHED SILK. ENTIRELY NEW AND ORIGINAL STYLE And Lawn Hats do do?An intiru new style o i Hats called MnniNF. f!APOTTFS F.TAWr.FB t COTTAGK/1 " ; Parisiantnd English FANCY STRAWS, of the finest te** , tore, in great wriaty. Tfie Proprietress regretfully aoliciu the ladies to faror her with arall, and efamine her elegant and failed stock of Milline ry for themselves, before they purchase elsewhere, a* it will be a great i*?in? to thern ia price and a great adfaiilage as Nfg.inij the variety and nuality of the goods. MISS 3. KING, Magazine de Modes, ml4 lm*r 291*4 Brondwiv. MILLINERY GOODS. j CARL KING, the well known and celebrated MilKwtry ami Ladies' Straw Hat M unifuMnr to Htr Majesty the rt UKBN OK ENGLAND. 'eAtMctfally bev? ir?i\e to able.uur to tin* Ladias that lie hns c n hauida rno*t soh'tidid and fashionable assortment of L.idies' Straw sad tfiik lists. The Straw Mat* an- uisiiulactarevl tu a nosl fascin iriur Lod becoming alls I : Tllfe ELSSLKR COTTAGE. ( with Gi^iaey sides and a Swim Fi ve .ironiid the front. The naiihi these H*t? are made of is of the moat elegant juNerin, a lw Albert Straw in jMrticular as iMOmtnaed ky queen Vic toria. rhe.ilV department n condnrtid by the moat intrrniona .ml amy milliner*, nit CO be r ,uillr4. The silk. are of lb. mk?i| J tilr.fmh imjoicd. Trinuninr and Flowera to rorroannnd. 1 rho?r wlio wi?h Co convinar tli-marlee. may rail at No. SO anal, nr v Brnailffly, .nil 17 Division utrert.

N. II.? m. Ibiriv Athlmui ainl K ri'in h Flower., ar. of the 1 atr.t at, le, and ran be ,m irlia.nl al either of hi. ..tablnhuo nt?, it whowMwmH calli<m nana?hie Mima. mil lm*r _ffi_ , DRESS BOOTS?LATEST FRENCH AT I L K.?The inberiile-r male, lo ..ril'r, B ..ill irtliv ali'iVt-<le(crii>ti<>n, of Che fineat quality of French ( air tlcin.nml in the lateit .tjrle, ami a' t.ry reasonable price..? J. nuitrii-n wlii have been in th? Mbit of i .yinic eiin.aaant rirra for inf nor arin It-'i arc reqac.trd to rail ami he rnnrihrnl hat hit pncea lyi frimtiti to twenty [*r cut below other loir, in the in i<lihnrhnod Drawine* br ine talnei of the Iret, mil a pair of last. ler-l1* for each cu.lomi-r, there u no ilifl.nilty n yritinc a hamlanme yet eaav fit. Couatanllv on hand, a larae aa?..rtm?nt of fathinnable ready nmlc I! > >'?, it I rife \ tryingfrom I VI (> IX >I,I, A Us FIFTY KNTH TO SI V DOLLARS; Half Bsru, Otiten. Show, '.iini?, Slipi'vrt, kr. .V. -it < ,<i*My l..w prirrj. JOHN L. WATKINS, III Fulton it., I Jm* Bntwmn Nmni and Dutrh ?t?. j^k FREN< H IMPORTED OAlffcRS of it| eo |n,n of'Fashion; French boot* and patent lea'lirr : umI pumps, for nu n, ?> and children. Met ' I bf " ch< ip t* > i from it 73, L M, $3 V? an I $1 i r | . nv ah" a 'n to I0? and i2 r r?ir. H\? ?h " i , ) . /.? rents and SI. and warranted good. ?l .sdJcs, ans'rs and rhi! tin' filter Ibk>n, buckskins, walking *h h?>' ??nd ilip|>fn of nil colon and li/'-i, lateit fnihioo, tiei. ei Miokitu a.I > lijri, 73 cents to $|, K<>od ri. Comf and ts re a food assortment of the abote articles al (2 Canal street, in ornrr of Bi<*ulv.ay, and at Canal at, north*west corner or 1 1 ! Walker*a. m!3 lm*c [Say and KVENINU SCHOpL i H I the Mist? s Masons sn?l O'Dohcrty is nowofai for the rerej*. ,k] ' 1 ' P*U?il?. at 11.3 tow< *2ft lm*r ! ' PIIE NOTES ofTfi. MONMOUTH BAN'K/.^tw j7^T- 1 , f>n' * "y.'3*ei>urch?ipd*t U Wallilmt, by EARL k CO, I On epwCOT maim*; RK E )RNING, MAY 27, 1842. BOOKS ANU8TATI0NERY. TO ^APER HANlTF 1TI RER8.?The stibec ibera riff I BOQC? that Moian. Hi MrekOoikid "i Worocinr, Ma i, ;i iut?? appointed tin-in their agents, and arr prepared^ to furnish h il short notice. upon the most reasonable terms. Kou rdrinier l tud Cylinder Machine**, with fire or .steam dryers, and si/inic j] machines to M/.e iiajM-r in the web it leaves the flryers.?Also . pvtry hind of Machinery aptiertniniiiK to the manufacture of 1 paper, which in point of w<?ikm.?n*hi|> and finish is not sur- s passed by auy other establishment i" this country. A lanje I number are now in operation in many of the bust mills, to v ithotii re ft-re nee will L>. _?ivei? fi?r all kui uml PERSSE 6t. BROOK'S, Papur Warehouse, I <125 dkw fil l.il" it >t., ,'t NKW in ITAir STPsit -'iKOlUiK H. DEIIWOHT, *, professor of tin* guitar, No. 138 Canal ft reel, opposite the St. John's diarch, lit* the honor to acquaint his friend* aud the 11 public that he liar, published a variety of new and popular inu- J1 sic, arranged with easy accompaniments lor guitar. t| Mr. D. will also arrange and compose inusic for orchestra, j, guitar, and other instruments, and give instructions to am? Unit on the piano forte anil violin. my26w*c ? AW REPORTER for May, 1842.?Cootguus seven cases of \ I ^ Btiihniptcy. presenting the subject in all its various phases : The Bankrupt Law ; the contested seat of Mr. Levy; Chief Justice Marshall ; Lord Redcsdale ; American Jurist ; Stnrkie ? on Evidence ; New Kulvs in Equity : Greenleaf on Evidence : d Bankrupts in New York ; Bankrupts in Mass. (100) lie. ? Judge Story's opinion at length upon the effect of attachments | laid ui.oii the property of a bankrupt previous to his being do- j-j clan 14fU will ippsar inns June number. Also, Judge Betts's . opinioaintheca.se of Kasson (wife's jewelry) will apnear in 1 full it? ih: July number. The proprietors will continue the list v of Bankrupts in New Bork and Massachusetts which will rrn- 'J der th? work valuable to every business mau. What merchant ft would *rudgr 25 cents a month for such information f The May 0 numb***commences a new volume, and offers a favorable op i>ortuia*(y to subscribe for the work. BRADBURY. SOD EN k CO. mio. t 127 Nassau st. N. Y. and 10 Scho il st, Boston. ~CAlU)S, BILL-1 IE ADS, &c. CHEAPER THAN EVER. J It'OUY SVRFAl E CARDS, of superior manfaeture, priut- \ ed a?id furuished at the foil wins I REDUCED PRICES : J id? Ca.ds, 5? cents do 4! 00 500 do it 25 tidMl A.. . . .... An ?? 1 "w A x * #< UU I Common Cards at less prices. Circulars, Billheads, Nonces, Posting and Show Bills, and every description of printing executed at short notice, on as reasonable trrmsas nnv establishment in the city. V1S1T1NO CARDS.?A visiting card plate engraved and 60 enamelled cards printed for SI 60, to any in this city. Perfumers, Manufacturers, and Druggists' Labels, constantly on Imnd. BROWNSON k CO., a29 Im*m Vi Gold *t. near KuTlon. PAPER HANGINGST" Ma. HOWELL k CO., 3G7 Pearl street, are now receiv iiiK from their manufacturers at New Brunswick, an extensive assortment of I'.tpur Rinsings, Borders, kc. of the latest and mo it approved patterns and styles, suited to die city and country trade , which they offer to dealors at the net matiufactoi v pna Also, their usual variety of French Paper, Borders, Fire ' Bo^r?1 Prints, Views, kr. Tne best workmen to put on i*per in any |>art of the city can * he had at lh?* short it notice. l!3etxam^t t HOMGEPAI H1A8 WORKS.-Just published "by WM KADDE, 322 Broadway, John's New Manuel ol Hotruinathic Practice, edited, with annotations. by A. Gerald ffall, \t. D., second American, from the third Paris edition. This indispensable book to homiEputhioU is now complete its 2 vols.? Price in ttaper $Tr?a full bound cony $7. The Family Guide to tin* Administration of IlotnoBpathift Remedies, thiol edition, from the second Loudou edition, with r additions?Price 26 cents. j Popular Considerations on Hovnmpathia?by Win. f'ullcn Bryant, Esq., belivered befor the New York Houunpatliic Society, Dec. 23, 1811?Price 18^ cents. a Alio, just published, Hydxiatica, or Manuel of the Water t Cure, as practised by Vincent Priaatnilz, in < rvefutilK rg, com c oiled and translated from'rhc writings of Charles Munde, D. % Aestel, D. B. Hirschel. and other practitioners, by Francis i Graeter?Price $1?neatly bound* This little neatly printed hookcontains an exjtosition in what maimer thia duple font haa beep found remedial, mil Im*r * B0OK BINDING ~ ! PAPER. RULING. J r_T IRELAND, No. 120 Nassau street, having an entire new 11* stock of Binding Tools and Ruling .Machinery, of the lateat and most approved patterns, is now prc{urcd to execute I nit orders in the most durable and handsome manner. i Merchants Acccount Bo< ka and ?!l other kinds of Blankwork ( ruled and bound to any put- ; u , and iu a sty le that is wsrranted f to cive satisfaction. Any woik ordered can be done in4ihe F.neliwi mode if required, as H. 1. has had lysis experience in both methods. fl FOR SALE?Two second hand Copperplate Presses. Aj>- ?' piv is ibove. m!8 In wi-.. -j. > .mi an HATS. ~HATS! HATS! HATS!! . "DROWN k CO'S One Price Ilat Store, wholesale and re D tni1, 179 Chatham Square, corner of Mott street, where fisbion. hr iutv. durability ami econoinv are coinbined to adorn Iht head Th** proprietor! bate the I'lcuare now to off#r in addition to their recently improved *?? t nipped lI.aL i new style, the V knitaUou of h iverr, which el] t cmtuea that of <11 furs t the most costly ?nd beautiful, that the difference U not easily perceived. Price three dollars. We strictly adhere to the one > rice ra?lt system, which enables us to furnish a very superior H ?f for the price chirked. In nrcMuntimr these Hits to the public l)?e proprietors think they bare reached the ultimatum of beiuty, durability, cheapness and comfort. ml Jrn* rm rOWKKV, EAST SIDE.?J. M TICE, No! . Bowery, his remodelled^ his establishment and stacked 1 twill* a brilliant ustnriiiieiit of H ?n of the lit? *t spring styles. \ He offers to the public in article which he u confident cannot oe surpassed eirhar for l?eat?ty or durability, or for economy. ( Economy, al'hotigh hut in tic* order of recommendition is not t least in aoiDlof importance to th?* buyer. At the stxivc rtn!?orium f I it <? of every (jnility from the Baaver to the common ?' ^ilk c in he obtained oil the most reasonable terms. Caps also of the richest <|U.ility and latest patterns* Call and e* unine at No. 9 Bowery. J. M. TICE. u TIm finest Beaver Ihf^ only %b\ an slegant fine Nutria Hat, . S3 VO , Urime Moleskin Hit, Si N. B.?Boys iiau of every kind at the most reasonable n pJMN v. s tl Im - m JEWELRY. _ ! WATCHES AND JEWELRY, VERY LOW. % rPf!E 8jbacriher i* tellinp all'Jescripti'??5 iMIrlJ ai J Silver ? A Watches, Ootd and rtilver P'uoils, (lei I Iffijj, i*.r ys, kc. st retail. I iw r t'jia it anv other rites iij The city.? I (told Watches as I j.t as tuny to forte 'hl!?i? rsci'. tVatches , tod Jewelry exepaugeJ or b night. All ?V vfcfn trr warrant d to ke.p rfooJ t if us. or the money nturr.ed. WilSlrtl and I'lochv rvi'rirrd in :te In-st manner, and wamrtei. it .mm h i leva than the ma/, ii re, bv one o| the finest woiif.nen in ih?? city. ?*. C. ALLEN, Importer of Watches and Jew- o ilry. wholesale and retail, JO Well street, up stairs. . 0' ' I * I Vf ESSn UORTLVIKR& HUNT, Jew* II* n I Silvii l'A smiths of New Bond street, London, and 311 Broadway, j New York, beg respectfully to apprise the public that their pattbluhmtnt in this country will m positively and Anally dosed en the Arst day of June n? tf, till vrlu-h periotl their ] itock of jewelry, plate. plan d goods, cutlery, &c. will remain in privat* salt in Broadway, at <?tid under prima cost. I N. B.?The House to be let. ajn I rn I WATC Hi s. JEWELRY. CUTLERY, flu?.?The rob crihers b in^ desirous of materially reducing their stock, I ' ffer for sale at importation cost, for cash or approved short c iwper, gold and silver watches, gold chains, pencils, rings, ami i?r?w ii' *, nitiiMMKi I III* inn ?iiiH?, uii>'-i winmcnu*, pane lioilt'l, I dated. Japan, and tb rmnn silver ware ofevury description; r%- J, r.or* on card* ami 111 dozen*, i*-n, pocket ami ilirk knlVfti,??isior<,?et?of table ruflrry; also, silver spectacles, thimbles, r itenciU, tooth nicks, pickle forks, plated earrings, chains, rin^s, lockets.Tye s;ia"ies, motto seals, pocket book. seicar cases, cork screws, ic.kr. 8. J. NLtJBTADT k BA RN RTT, ? m7 1m* c 42 Maiden lan#. , |)^ OVED HILAIRE WA! I I R mi \ {norof A thehoti*'* of Bcrtrer Walter, tin. only m um factory of Watck f [Hastes in France, No. 27 Paradis Pnissonnierr street Pari*. 11? the lionor of informing Masr*. dealers in watch wuriu, ami . ill article* connected with the lint', a* also Mssrs. ileal' rt in c*tt <la**, tii it tiu ir establishment of w itch glasses, cut iflrusn, Kilt :nd colored, fancy articles, kc. kc Itr., has l ately been it moved from N,? 10 Maiden Lane t to* Vo. on William street. Ontlcmen desirous of i-nrrhasim fiorn the only depot of the factory, ar re?jiectfn11y invited to call a! ur nrhere will be found an iinrivajh ! assortment of the above inentoned goods, which will be disputed of on the most reasonable <nn?. M 'm*r NOTICES. New Tar.* a-tp Aij*st Hail Ho ad Co. ) Office No. 2. Park Place. { VTOTICEis hereby a I Veil to the Stockholders of the New York a .id Albany Hail Road Comnany, that an election of Jirtrfnr* to said < omnany, will take place at their Office, No. ! Park Place, on Monday the anth of Jane neit. The Polls will be open at K) o'clock, A. M., and continue man until I o'cl >ck, r. M. Tin; B?M?k? for the transfer of Stock an? olowd, and will po mitinue until tbv 7tL day of June neit. B" order of t'm- B<>anL mft tif> c JOS. f.. BLOOM FIELD* Becretarr. ^OuPORATiON NOTm E.?F*uhlic notice is hereby flrsn fh*t i sale of property for unpaid Uftis will tnkr place at i mlilir auction at t!??* ( if-. Hall of th? rity of New York, on rntsdny, thr 3hth day of June neit, at 12 nVlnck, noon, sad b* ^ on'iinirti from day to iU> until the whole of the said property a' hail o * I.J-and tint tin detailed statement of the tixM ?nH C rpperty to fv ?old i* fiiblnhed in the N?\* Km, a n< Wipai>er tl inn tod and puldiaftt d \u the city of N>w Vork. _ ALFRED A. SMITH. Comptroller. * Comptroller*! Office, \pril 2*i, IIM2. *2H UwMwtlijvr I* ^P^nauaapwmHmBMnaaKwnnBMii^B d: MIS (' E L L A \ E OIJS. ? SIGNST" Q1!0 ROE W. F O R D HAK, HOI SIC, SHIN a*D -*1 ORXA ME NT A L PA INTER. CORNFJl OK WALL AND WATER STRKF.T8, Ni.w Yon*. Dir.. Letter Siirna encruted iu the be?t manner. N. B.?(Viee* retv low. til I" IALSOMINK I'AINT. T1- Kataomine T -inr harinr been rj, ? ?e?. rely tent, rl in thu rii durtnr the winter moh'lia, ()f le patent.can recommend it with r- nrwtn rnnfidjnrr to ie public. TV- iiiiinerntu aprcim. ua 'f Kal.nrnlne I aint now ihiliitiii.- in N. w T'uk. ti trier* an enumeration or Ha aflaati- -a aapertluoua ; alii' ug the rnt>it prominent are the lollow Kalaofiine Colon are more permat,. nt. more liiminnna ami < treeahle to th? eye th'ti oil eolor*. Tney are a|.pliert withont IS; r monir any o (Tenant .mell or in u none effect upon | ratth. anTdrying in a few houn. Ktlanmim-Taint may, if ( roparly applied, he waelmlwlien aoile.l, according to direcona in ihe circular. ... Ordvia received and pnnrtnillr attend. il to at the > KALSOSIINF. TAINT DWOT. am feb*7Sm* 361 Btoadway,corner Ftanklin. | on I I VR A Circuit Court. Before Judge Kent. Mat 'it).?Daniel Blakrley v?. John RiVt.-TbilWMUl iction for false imprisonment, the damages laid at a heavy imount. The plaintiff was skipper of a canal hoat, and irought a quantity of Hour to the city lor defendant. This le landed on the -.'9th November during \ cry severe weaher, which ruused it to he seriously injured. Defendant tied him for damages, placing his loss at $700, and as llakeley was about leaving tow n that afternoon a capias i as issued lor his arrest;Ili?e himself deputised to serve it. le (accompadied by bis attorney to see every thing legaly done) ajresteil plaintiff and carried him to the Eldrulge trcet prison, where he remained till noon of the next day. "lie Court remarked that he considered defendant us havigu right in law to pursue the course that he did. The ilaintiff however, spoke of currying the subject before he Supreme Court, and the jury "might pass upon the sub *ct, subject to its opinion. Verdict tor plaintitl'$Jd6dumaes, and ti cents costs, For tdaintiff, Mr. S. Dutcher. For defendant, Mr. O. V. Niles. John I.. Bigelaw vs. I Km. ('. I teuton.?The plaintiff took n board at Soucca Falls, 4t>7 bids. Hour to lie delivered to efendaut. lie was puid $l i5 at starting, and was to re eive $l'?0 more |on delivery here. The Hour was dcivered, hut found to be considerably injured, and the deI'ltdnnt refused to pay tilt the damage was made good, 'laintiif then got out a ? i it of rcplevim and took 7i> hhls. rhich he retained as security, and now brings action, ["he Court stated that a common carrier lose* his lieu on k i^hi. ttui-i n niui neon aeiivcren, an<t hi* iwoursi' ran nly then be against the individual. Verdict fur defendnt, $47-damages, and 6 cents costs. For plaiutiil, Mr. Dutchrr. For defendant, Mr. Nilci. Court of Common I'lea*. Before Judge Ingli*. Mat Ofi?Eliiha Johntun vs. Hruhen Pintle.?This a as an action for assault and battery, the damages laid at 11000. The defendant was master of the bark Binney, ind the plaintiff a hand on board. The difficulty took dace on the 23d July, IS4I, during a voyage from atocktolm to this port. One of the crow named Norway, testiled as follows :? Johnson " catrhed " a porjioise ; the men chose some of t lor their breakfast, but the captnin did not allow them, .vith it, the usual dish of hash or ' sconce," and someone hrcw the remainder of the f'orpoise o\ erhoard. The rapain was incensed, and told the cook to give them nothing lutlieef and bread for dinner. Three of the men, follow-d by the remainder of the crew, took the kill containing he beef att to the captain, and shewed it to him. Johnson teld out the kid to the Captain and sai l "you think that I d grub is fit for a matt to eat 1 I be d? d if I lou't believe \ ou begrudge a man every mouthful he cats," I'he Captain said he would not give them any better till I hey told who threw the porpoise ovorboad. He directed Johnson to go forward, but lie refused, and the Captain oriered the two mates and the cook to seize him up to the rigging. The mates attempted to seize hold of Johnson but the crew would not let them. One of the men named I'hemas.who was at the wheel, loft it and joined the others, elling tlia Captain he was not a going to flog any body :herc. The Captain asked them what they w ere going to lo?take thi'ship. They said no. hut they wanted their -ighls. lie sai l they had their rights. The Captnia then leized Johnson himself, hut he got away from him and ,vent forward. The Captain got a pair of pistols and orIered the mates and cook again to lay hold of Johnson. hreatening to shoot any one who touched his nfticers The mates dared not, but the first mate finally seized lohnson, when a man called Jem took hold of the mate md pulled liim over the w ind lass. The captain gota rope ind tried to throw a bowline over Johnson, but the latter aught it in his hand, threw it down, and said to the aptain he was not catching oxen. The captain took up l handspike, and threatened any one who should touch lis officers?he swung it round, but it struck the deck. r? 11... rr.,.- ......... -A I.. -?e. I ... -v.. r. It', and Johnson was flogged an threatened, but the whole rouble ?a< over in a <lnv or two, and it was nil that ever tccurred. The Court, in its charge, stated that captnins ' if vessels, like all other men, when they got tiower, were ipt to show airs, anil to say and do things which had beter be left alone. Such was the case as related to the Porwise. Still there was no excuse in the crew going aft to utimidnte the otlicers, nnd it was n proceed]r.g which 'ould not for s moment be sanctioned. The conduct of he captain after their doing so, was perfectly justifiable, ind he thought a verdict should be returned lor defendint. The Jury gave a verdict in favor of plaintiff for $15 lamages, and li cents costs. For plaintiff, Mr. A. Nash?Messrs. Burr & Benedict for lefendant. City Intelligence. A Si worn a Police Case.?Upwards of two years since, dyer Levy lost a peculiar gold watch from his (wcket vhile perambulating the streets of our city one evening, ind obtained no knowledge of its whereabouts until a few lays since, when he discovered it at Simpson's pawnbroker's shop, where it had been left by a woman who gave ter name as Hannah Lewis. Otlicer Welch went in learch, and found her yesterday afternoon at a house in Van Dam struct, where she boftrde.l. On being examined, she stated that she was the wife of a stone mason who was engaged in his business in one of our southern cities, and that she purchased the watch at a paw nbroker's sale ip wards of two years since, for $77. Mr. Levy does not .-barge her with stealing the watch, but states that on retiming home one night, he found his watch guard broken ind the watch missing ; hut how, or by whom it was tnten, he does not know. The case is certainly a singular me, as Mrs. Lewis contends that she is ail honest married voman, and came possessed of the watch in an honest nanner, while Mr. L. asserts that Jho woman is a perfecf trangerto him, which latter statement is confirmed by icr. The magistrates were compelled to commit her for urther investigation into the fncts of the case, which will akc place to-day. Prisokcr Eictrca?A man named John Uolder, w ho vas committed to the city) prison a short time since, for ixty days, on acliargc of assault nnd battery for beating lis w ife, and remanded to answer a charge of swindling, nadc his Jcscape on Wednesday ,by walking out of the prion door in broad daylight. This is the third convict who las thus escaped from this prison within a lew months,onu if w hom we believe, had been sentenced to five years in lie State Prison. The keeper must look to his " screws" is some of them are certainly more than loose. Where is lohn (.older ? Till L?* or Viiilsscr.?The constitutionality of the aw authorising Police Magistrates to commit persons to he penitentiary charged with being vagrants, will be ully tested in a few weeks, a case having recently translire I in which counsel have been engaged to carry the au?c 10 lllr 11 m 11 ?-si court in appeal. ",Thit Sword''can bo seen at the elegant eating home tept by Isaac KnowItou at 73 South-street, nud also that naliogany stock, lock ami barrel, with an engraving of he " Battle of Pork and Beans," as fought after these intruments were laid by for de|?>?ite in the archives of his stablishment. That Ml.iiati'Rr. of n good-looking Portuguese, with irilliant moustache, stolen by Julia I'enn, and found by dlicer Helyea, was claimed yesterday by one Alice Hunington, w ho charged Miss Julia with petit larceny, and he wasfnlly committed. Bh-lv, t.r.t the Oiai.t aloise?One William 0. Kiag f No. 9 State street, w hile under the somniferous influnce of a little toddy, was accosted by a Canadian " patiot" named fclvina Birch, who had left her country for er country's good, and w ho so bamboovled poor Billy as > relieve him of the use of a gold watch, chain and Key allied at flftO. The property was found hy officer John l. Spencer, in possession of David 11. Haines ol Brooklyn, ) whom it had been given by the iirisonor. She was ommittod for trial, and Billy King will learn a lesson that lay prevent him from hereafter troubling police oftiror* r reporters w ith his private attain, thus made public liy is own imprudence. That Cimn for the Tombs is in a forward state of prearution by Mr. West, tliecontractor, who has undertaken i erect it tor $J994 Jl, his being the low est hid. The waste plastering on the ill-constructed edifice w ill erack hen the bell has been placed upon It and put in full opr. ttiun, will he nobody'SDUSinets except those whostaad nder w hen it tumbles. Prourkis or Civii.isatiom.?A well' dressed and tight uilt sprig of Bhillelah. was arrested by one of the city itch on Wednesday night, while paying his affectionte addresses to one o'f the flattest nosed, crook ml legged, urly haired, hliihber lipped, an I nromatic wenches that Je police has been honored w ith for ages past. The ma. istrates, hy way of punishment, kept the gentleman r\. used 111 the police office for several hours, and finally isrharged him with an admonition not to allow his ama. >ry developments to lea I him into such a dark scrape at ?y future period. f!at<Urii|>< Mat. SOI THF.HN DfflTRK '1 OK NF.W YORK. Samuel Hyde, (sche ule mostly due in Maine,) Ni-w ork, June Sylvester M. Baird, lata grocer and oyster dealer, N. Y., me J5. John Wallit.Jr., now of Brookly n, August fl. Rensselaer C. Nichols, clerk, NV., June yr,, John Barker,clerk, NY., June M. Joseph Nay lor. mechanic, NY., June 33, Thomas F.asion. dentist. MY.. Jims os. Benjamin Mtmh, now of Williamiburgh, Juno30. lohnJ Haley, hoker, NY., Jnne 30. Tho neventy'-day notice* to the lint petition* in Rank. I ptcy w ill expire on the Ut June, when the fir il <tl?arge for ?ueh will lie nr,to<l upon. Tho important en?e tho Me r*. Jo'oph, involving nhont ft,poo,000, wa? mittod to decree a day ortwo ninro Court t'alrnilaiwThl? I>ny. ['oMMox 1'i.m.?Part I?Not. M, 101,106, 107, 41, 110. 1.1:1A, 137. I'art 3, at 4 o'clock?No*. 10, 100, 14, 136. 30. ? fit peeio* Cot ut. Vox. |S, 66, H.V Notr? of i"*ue for June term mint he filed on or before Monthly "*x'- i ia< ? it r,at *T.?No Calender prrvnted, probably trie | me as yesterday, except the fn?t Cave, which wax the ^ ly one proceeded w ith. LD. ? ? n Price Two Cents. Havana. [ Oi>rre<i?oudeuc# of the Herald ] Havana, May 15, 1S42 \eiri /'com f fa t ana?Vulltun of Tradt?Arrival oj uo Fnylith Shi/i of' fftir?Fanny KlrrJrr. At this late period is little to be expected, and it costs as much difficulty to find an item us for a seacaptain to set a cargo. Trade has fallen into the " sere, the yellow leaf." Sugars and coffee are in statu quo, and whether they go or stay?are sold or not, seems a matter of downright indifference to the unfortunate planters, who lose in either case. Hotels and hoarding-houses are emptying fast ; strangers are defaulting every hour, and with reason, since the heat and fever are becoming altogether loo sociable to make that neighborhood any longer |pnnhl<?. If- 1?- \1 wUirv ** ill.?* 1 1 oiu|? HIU7UIUUN arrived nen*. u few days since, witli the Admiral, Sir Charles Adams, on board. This event created quite a sensation, and rumor set busily to work to supply reasons for it: they were various and novel enough, but the general conclusion seemed to be,that Sir ('buries came to demand explanation for certain rude interferences with her majesty's mail bags on sonic lute occasions, and that being denied, a bombardment on the latest and best principles of shell-throwing might be looked for. 1 lowever this may be, no one knows. Sir Charles came, dined with the Governor, drove out in his shabby barouche, and went sway again. What he came for, or what he went for, will remain a mystery till his biography is written? and even alter. The only thing that occurred on board the " Illustrious" that made her more illustri ous still,was a fine ball the officers gave on Thursday last?every thing went off most happily; the upper deck was tastefully^ enclosed with awnings, composed of the flags of different nations. Among the most conspicuous of which was the black Eagle of Austria, in compliment to Mine. Fanny Elssler, who was one of tin- bright, particular stars of the evening. She looked extremely well in her simple dress of white, and was certainly the most quiet and reserved person of the party. Shr danced but two quadrilles, and pleaded indisposition to escape the endless applications that assailed her. The ladies were principally English and American; and 1 am obliged to confess that the former bore off the palm of beauty; they were two to one, however, and that may explain it. Hv the bye, I sent you word lately that Mdlle.Kls.-ler had determined upon a trip to Mexico; such was her honest intention, and had the English steamer, she expected,arrived some days earlier,she would unquestionably have gone; every preparation for the journey had been made down even to engaging a first rate French cook ; hut " who can control his fate," as Othello observed, under very dissimilar circumstances though. Before the steamer came, Mdlle. Fanny received some distressing letters lrctn home, informing lmr of the serious illness ot her sister, and the earnest request ol her aged father to return to Europe. This decided her ;.t otiec ; she gave up Mexico forever, and with it the easy chance of doubling her fortune. She has now determined to visit New Orleans, where she will dance some five or six nights; then return to New York, and take her farewell of America, embarking itnmediatcjy afterwards for Europe. This information is positive, and may he relied upon. 1 am glad of the opportunity you will soon have to see her in her new pieces at New York ; you will not till then have fully appreciated the whole extent ot her iiinrvt*lliin? nnu'ert! Ilwr a.ii il.?.-.. ,...11 K? short, and to her u very sad one : lor now tliat she is approaching the close of her American career, she brains to feel how strong a hold the country has upon her. Well, her departure is now nitrh at hand ?the sun nl her good fortune has shone brilliantly, and, 1 doubt not, the splendor of its setting will eclipse its noon day radiance. Hon ton, [Corr?'?|ioiiJ*iirii of tin- HeraM.J Boston, May 25?I o'clock P. M. Address of I). St on*?A nti-Slav< r>/ Meeting?Ditfol ut ion of the Union?Brother Ijamtott, Surviving Partner oj lion. Abigail Fulsoni Enj.?Stock and other Markett, tie. The anniversary meetings are going off finely. A great many strangers, clergymen and other church dignitaries, with their wives and daughter;, are in the city- Yesterday afternoon Winter street church presented a grand array of clerical dignity and temalt' beauty and loveliness. The Rev. 1 >r. Slur's delivered an address before the Pastoral Association, which was characterised by a liberal sprinkling of talent, erudition, religion, philosophy, and christian zeal. Dr. Storrs is a man of more than ordinary talent, and is a man much beloved by the denomination of which he is an ornament. The Harrison clique of the Anti-Slavery party met at C'hardon street ('Impel, and were addressed by several gentlemen, who spoke with much warmth. Among them wre Wend.ill Phillipps, C. C. Burleigh, N. C. lingers, S. S. Foster, Seth Spraguc, lather of Judge Spragne, Win. L. Harrison, anil a lady from the South. They all go in for moral action in prelerenee to political action nt the ballot box. A lady acted as Secretary. Some of the speakers, particularly Mr. Foster, who was formerly a Congregational alergynan was very severe in his remarks upon the clergy and the church. He asserted that tne clergy were worse than pickpockets and blacklegs, as they not only n h you of money and character, but of wives and daughters?of your own kith and kin. Several, however, dissented from his remarks. This forenoon the Convention met again, nut wa> hot at work when the mnil closed lor your city. The church seems to be considered as the great stumbling-block in the way of emancipation. Mr. Harrison will bring before the meeting this afternoon a resolution for dissolving the 1'iiinii nn<( you inu~t not be surprised should you hear of its passage, liy the next mail. Hrolher Bamson addressed tlii* meeting this forenoon. but nla?,for pooi Abhy ! I^he in at Worcester. Were she here, she would have a line time. I shallgive you the closing of the Convention, anil result arrived at by ihe < !arrison party to-morrow. All the military companies are out to-day, and our usually staid and quiet city i? all hustle and commotion. The companies generally appear with full ranks, and exhibit a good degree of discipline. The Brass and Brigade Bands, it possible, surpass themselves, this season. The good people of Gotham can't produce two such hands. Kendall is a host of himself. The following st atement will exhibit the state of the stock market to-dav. Shares in the Lee Bank sold for Ifti per cent : Sew Knghnd, 97 a 98; Boston 51 )j a ">2; Hamilton, 97i ; People's, 43 a 434 ; Union, 99| a par; Suffolk, 14^ a 15 advance; Atlas, Hi; Boston and Howell Railroad, IHfc advance; Bastern do. do. 9W : Western, 041; Merritnae Man uf icturing Co. 2J a 3 advance ; Manufacturer's Insurance Co. II a 19j advance; New Hnslund Glaan CojSf2!K>. i in- iimvni' i tnc Acaaia run improved the (Kitton Market. Prices remain a* heretofore quoted.? Flour is in good demand, und the1 supply is small.? < ii-ne-ee. common brands, roll for . ??> I>2, and fancy, #6 75 ; Howard street brings S'<? 37, cuah. Corn is dull, nnd prices have a downward tendency.? White and Yellow tells for 58c.. which is the highest price obtained. White brings 56c Manilla Hemp stands at 6Jc. I,rr '*' credit. Molasses?few sale* at low prices?(Ml hhds T'orto Rico old, nt auction, brought 15 a 16c |?er gall, 4 months. Sugar, Porto Kico,5e; Havana brown, 42 boxes, fi 8-Sc ; Id do common, 5 5-Se. jy>r l!>, I month*, nt auction. To-morrow the Grand Washington State Convention will assemble at the State llonse, fonri a procession, and nmrrh through the principal street-. Yours, respectfully. Wtt.n Piof.ons.?Three thousand live wild Pigeons, will arrive at 5 o'clock this afternoon, a' fh depot of the Western Railroad, by the (reuthi train from Albany These Pigeons were taken in Michi : in a few day* -incc. and ar-' in fire- condition Ronton Travrript, Mu/'lTt. Yet Lrvrso.?Kx-C.overnor Boggswnsstill lingering, the second day after his attempted assassination, hut no hopes of his recovery were entertained. ApporvTMEvr rn nut ('ovrrvm, May 21. Samuel Shy, of [-.wingmn, Kentucky, commi sioner of deeds. H\V\\\ SKtMRi.-fli ABIA k MAN/ANF.DO, N'., it l.ifariy ?<r?.u< " -Nu . ?tr. et. offer for asl< the fat low nut ? , , _ m , (HI !??F I.,* -.ooi I oc*jri, nT-. ?n[ieriOf W.fton Vorr'rit* <ln do. Ci.flflfl F.ipewwra do do. lrt.nno Dun* do do. on.00(1 Kraali* *nd r*non?? do. Ml (MO Triliiirn* *nd Ltdin (In. The whole entitled to debenture, and in lot? 10 ?uit ptirvh* ?" . ?njm"i 'iOO.lNMl I.* Wnrnio flenn, A VI) KD from the liriir Ohio, from Minna, of stiperi,. J (fnilitr, for lite iu lot* to iittl pnrrhaaen, nt rev n.ihl ripei, hv M. RADEK,?? Chatham ?tr. (t, mio ltn* * / ^ ...... ... -JUL*