Newspaper of The New York Herald, May 31, 1842, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated May 31, 1842 Page 1
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m tt X xx . ?? V*l. VIII.?No. ISO.?YVLolo So. 3001. REGULAR PACKETS. T SEW LINE Of LIVERPOOL PACKETS. " ttlfrotn New York on the ?th and Liverpool on the Uth of tack month. M. m m. M "^KBUM NRW TeKRi Ship SHERIDAN. Captain V. A. Driwyster, ?th May. Ship OARRICK, fcapiain Wm. 25th June. Ship ROSC1US, C*i>l<tio J*hu Collins, 2jii? July. Slup SIDDON3. Canuin K. B. Cobb. ?lh August. From Livkri-ool. Ship 8IDDONS. Canuin E. B. Col.b. 13th June. Ship SHERIDAN. Captain A. Deneyaler, 13th July. Ship GAKHICK. Captain Win. Ski.ldy, I3tli Auguit. Ship R0SC1U8, Captain John Collins, 13 th September. These ships art all ol the tint class, upwards ol 1000 tons, built in the city of New York, with such improvements as combine neat speed with tiuasiial comfort t>r passengers. Every care has been taken in llie arrangement ol their accommodations. The pace ef passage hence is (100. for which ample stores will be provided. These ships are commanded by experienced masters, who will make every eiertion to give general satisfaction Nt ither the captains or owners of the shipe will be resp. nsible for any letters, parcels or packages sent by Uusin, unless regular b'lls of lading are signed therefor. The* ,iips of this line will hereafter go armed, and their peculiar construction gives them security not possessed by any other but vessels of war. '?'ttc6\Tl'Sk S"go!?* South St., New York, or to WM. St JAS. BROWN St CO.. Liverpool. Letters by the packets will be charged I2>? cents per single sheet; :0 cents per ounce, and newspapers 1 ceul each. ui7 NEW YORK AND HAVRE PACKETS. (SECOND LINE.) 4f?s> d$jy lUly this^mrwST hersc^^r^Sve New^RrPJu the Island Havre ou the 16th of each mouth, as follows : Erom New Vurk. AVom Havre. The new slsip ONEIDA, ( 1st March i 16th April Captain < 1st July < inUi August James Ftwiclt, f lit November f 16th December Ship BALTIMORE, 11st April ( 16th May Captain < 1st August t 16th September Edward Punch. 11st Deccem'rf Ifitli January %ShinUTICA, (l*t May ( 16th June Captain < 1st Septemb'rt lGth October! Frederick Hewitt, ( lit January f 16<h February New alupS 1".NICOLAS, i 1st June t 16lh July Captain < 1st October < 16?h November. J. B. Pell, ( 1st February ( 16tn March The accommodations of these shi|is are not surpassed, combining all that may be required for comfort. The Price of cabin passage is $100. Passenger* will be supplied with erery requisite, with the exception of sviues and liquors. Goods intended for these vessels will be forwarded by the subscribers, free from any other thau the expenses actually incurred ou them. For freight or passage, apply to BOYD it AjNCXE.N, Agents, a8 9 Tontine Buildings. enu vi'iy rnii pi vq LOUISIANA AND NEW YOltK LINE OF PACKETS. & Jfk M- M M. For tlie better accommodation of shipperv it is intended to desiattch a ship from this port on the 1st, 6th, nth, 15th. 2Ulh, and 25th ot each mouth, commencing the 10th October and continuing until May, win n regular days will be appointed for the of the year, whereby great delays and disappointments will br prevented during the Rummer months. The following ship-, will commence this arrangement : Ship YAZOO, Cmgain ComelL Ship OCONEE. Captain Jackson. Ship MISSISSIPPI, Captain Milliard. Ship LOUISVILLE, Captain Hunt. Ship SHAKSPEARE, Captain Miner. Ship GASTON, Captain Latham. Ship HUNTSVILLE, Captain Mumford. Ship OCMULGEE, Captain Leavitu Ship NASHVILLE, Captain Dickinson. Ship MEMPHIS, Captain Knight. at.:., r ivitiqa,?i These ships were all built in the city of New York, expressy for packets, are of light dralV of water, hare recently been i wly rtgi|>ereil and|mt in splendid order,with accommodations lor jiassengers iiiieipiallrd for comfort. They are cpmmauded by experienced masters, who will make every exertion to give general satisfaction., They will at all timet be towed up ami down the Mississippi by steamboats. Neither the owners or captains of these shipa will be responsible for jewelry, bullion. precious stones, silver or plated ware, or tilr any Ictlhrs, parcel or trackage, sent by or put on board of thein, unless regular bills orlading are takeu for the same, md the value thereon expressed. For freight or passage, apply E. K. COLLINS St CO.,58 South at., or HULLIN & WOODRUFF, Agent in New Orleans, who wilj promiKly forward all gooda to their address. The ships of tlris line are wan-anted to sail punctually as advertised, and great care will be taken to liave tire goods correctly measured. ml STEAM NAVIOv^^^^^^EEN ANTWERP AND NEW YORK, VIA?S0UTHJ1MP TON. BELGIAN STEAMER BRITISH QUEEN. M. M. Keane, Commander. The davs of departure of this well-kisown Steamship,-have heeii Uteri as follows : Form Antwerp, From Southampton, From New York, Ou 4th Ma/. 10(2. On ?lh May, IH42, Ou 7lh Jrrue, 18 42 10th July, " 7th Aug., " 7lh Sent. " 10th Sept. " 7th Oct., " Price of rrasstrre, meals not included, to Southampton or Antwerp, $70?Steward's fees, $2 G2J?. Tire meals will be served cm board, on the |dau of a continental hotel, in the best manner, and at fixed and moderate prices, paaaeug?rs being only -Irsnjr J when partaking of the same. The pr ce ol passage to either of the above (torts can also be engaged if preferred, with meals and steward's fees included for $07 62R cents, exclusive of wines. An experienced Surgeon accompanies the ship.' For freight or passage, or am further information, apply to H/W. T. k H. MALI. Agent., a22 6m*r 41 Beaver street. r- r-l-i.n. FOR HAVANA?Via?CHARLESTON ?The tine and well known steamship NATyvilfw^jrXd^CHES, Wbi. Miller, commnder, will sail for the above ports about the Otli of June. sxsBSumBSmm For pasaage only, having elegant and superior accommodation, apply to JOHN B. LASALA fc CO., m30 I7tm 41) Broad street. IMPORTANT TO WESTERN MERCHANTS. RELIANCE PORTABLE IRON BOAT LINE For the Trausportatioa of Gooda belts ecu Philadelphia and Pittsburg. V^V- A.THiffliA toimi mm -ymybumf This improvement in transportation affords to Western Merchants |>eculiar advantages. The corals brine carefully packed in thr boats at onr warehouse, Nn. 365 Market street, are carred over the Columbia aud Portage Railways without traitihipmeut.' Careful laptains and crews are employed, who take charge of the goods at Philadelphia, and continue wich lliein the entire mittr, thus avoiding delays and the liability of lota being separated on the way. N. B.?Passengers forwarded M Pitts burs and Poitaville, erery day, Sundays eicepted. H. STORKS, Agent, >H 3m* 7 Washington street. RAILROAD NOTICE. MARKET AND FREIGHT LINE. rpilE NEW JERSEY Railroad, and Trauspoitauon ComE pany hare established a Freight Line between New Brunswick and New York, which they intend to run permanently. Leasing New Brunswick at J A. M. daily, (Sundays egceiKtd) and the foot of Liberty street. New York, at 3 P. M. . To country dealers and merchants the above line is very <Iesirahle for the speedy and coeap conveyance ol merchant!* of every description, and more |wrticiilarly to Drovers and Dealers in Live Stock, wlio can have 110 head of rattle canvefed I etween New Druuswick and New York, llie same day sh>Mvn iseaiisd. 'I K> rates for tl>? transportation of cattle, horaes, mules, ah< ep, hogs, Ac. aud all other kinds of merchandise are very low, never eicecding steamboat prices. Merchandise sent by tliis line is not sulgsct to any eitm charge iu crossing the Nprth River. The Company have fitted up a large storehouse at New Brunswick, adjoining the Railroad Depot, wliicn will always keopen for the reception of meichsndise. Passengers isirchnaing their tickets at the ticket Offices, will ...... I v. it.,.,. Lb.i. nil Sr.,S FREIGHT AID PASSAGE TO PITTSBURG. BINOITAVS L IN Br " 1 he propriet/iri of Binthatn's Transportation Line to rrtt*bui, give notice to the Merchauts of Naw York, and all otlirr l? noaa shlprinz to the Waaf, that their tine ? now in acti?e ojNMinr (Joou* rn.nifned to tham (or aant to so in (halt lu?.t will be forwarded with despatch. Owner* or shipper* of coodn, deitineil for the Western State*, who h??e no ecent or cnn?ifnee at Pittilnug, wHI please eon*ifn their rood* to William Bingham, rifts bar*, who will nttand to aaipprng all aneh consignment* without aK apod* should be marked distinctly on a sen packafe BINGHAM'S LINE. for wV of freight, which are as low as any other line, apply WM. TYSON, Ajrem. No. 1 West ?treet, op|<?*ite Pier No, 3, N. R. N. B. Pa*sen*<r* forwarded to PiKsbarg and Pottarille,every day, Sunday* a* -<-|>ted. liefer to IL Crook*. Ameriran Fur Co. ; 8. T. Nicoll. Front street ; rheln*. Dodcr & Co., Fnlton street ; Suydam Safe & fn ; ?in. Ksnkin, Dnryre ft Co, Newark. m& Sin fUOPLfc'S LINK FOR AUBANYI And intermediate places, fnwn the Pier foot of The NO?I,AM'?^CA"ci!uia M. H. Trueolell, lease* as shore ou Tuesday, Tliunday and Batuw day afternoon*, a* i o'clock. For pea sag* or (Wight, apply on board, or to P. C. SCKULT^ At the office on the wharf. N B.?All kiiada o( property takati only at the risk of (he cwuert then*of. mWr M M M. " pasSagPP' ro menola nt) , theland , Scotland and wales. T)ERR0N8 desirous of inakim: <*mwrntnfs Tor friends to a emigrate from thr Old Country to the United Ht.w.i and who may wish to secure for them deepatch and comfortable ar. comnKxIatioM, w ill find it "their interest to apply to the subscribers, who are at all times prepared to mite such arrangement* ?? will Ku.iriwee satisfaction. The teasels crenpos err this line are allot thefirat rlam, one of whieli leaves IJvrrjii,. weekly, consequently all delay at tha port of embarkation 11 avoided. As has nlwiys heen rustomary with thia line, when lho?e settled for decline comiiut out, the passage money ia refunded, without . deduction. Passage per steamer from the various poits of li. laud and Scotland, can likewise b? secured. Kor furtlier particularsap|>ly to SAMUEL THOMPSON. Old Established Passage Office, 273 Pearl St. C. ORIMSHAW It CO. 10 Ooree Piataaa, Livrriiool. Exchange or ilralta at sight, and for any amount, ran likewise he fumidied on the Natiimal Ha^k of Ireland. Northern Ranking t.o., ISational ??im of taeotPmu, naysuue at an tneir reaiieet??e braneh -s: also, on R. U Olyn K Co., Bankers, London, and c CrtmsMw r cv-, Ltftrpool toj un*c E NE I RAILROADS &^'lrEA~M[iOAT,s7 HARNDEN & CO.?GERMAN AGENCY?The aubscribe rs respectfully ammnucu an arrant-mem which ti*?*y bars recently made with Samuel H light, Kmj., U. S. Consul at Antwerp. for the i>unH?? of ustshliihin? a GENERAL CONTINENTAL AGENCY at that place, for the transvetiou of Forwarding ami Commission Butiiiuih, and for facilitating the iucreasiua commercial interco?rsc between this country and Continental Europe. As Antwerp it situated in the centre of the mHiiufacturiug region of Europe, it at only 13 hours distance from Loudon, :J9 hours from Paris, iu the imuiedi \\r vicinity of Holland and Germany, aud directly coiiuerts with all by railroads or steam packets, its location affords the greatest advantages for pur* chasing and forwarding Continental goods. All orders received at our offices in Boston, Albany. New York and Philadelphia, in season for that purpose, will be forwarded by the Belgian steamer BRITISH QUEEN, on the 7lb of June next, and w ill generally be executed in season for the return of the tame sUasnor, which will leave Autwerp on the 10th July. C?7"! Imp*rters of German books are particularly requested to notice tfiis. HARDEN fc CO. New York, May 17th. 1M2. . mitt POMEROY C O.'S ALBANY, BUFFALO AND CHICAOO KUCPIUtBS. Tnr subscribers are now ruuiiuig a regular Express ever the Railroads to and from Albanv and Buffalo, and die intermediate places, fur KORWARDING, at low rates, with the utmost speeu, regularity and safety, choice Georts, Specie, Bank Notes, Important P".*er? aud Valuable Packages?will aiu-iid to ine negotiation, v; iimcr cojuhuou or |?\ mrni 01 diu? -u i Exchange, Not.* Dnff A?ce|?Cai?css, Accounts, 8u\, at roasouihio in r caBta*"*- u*?? u oitlnra for the jmrcluue of aale / MerchwulUe, Proilnci mil .Manufactured Artidos of * very description, 1 v in the t^wns on their rout*, through Me v U VKMJKN U CO'S EXPRESS to NewYoili Mini l?-4itnn,a .1 M 1IAYVLEY A CO.'S EXPRESS to and from r'tilfalo > t 'I. w ami, Detroit aud Chicago and intermediate pi ul- riium; .1 once the most direct, spoedy and perfect communication t<> \.i?! from the eastern and western cities, for the Beg< tint ion ami rausm-tiou of all mercantile and professional busings, remirraitut-*, exchanges. Itc. References?Ei .v?! Corning, Thorn** W. Olcott^ Watts Sherman, A. D. Pate 1 mi, .Noah Lve, James Taylor, Theodore ! Olcott, Albany. Agencies?Bennett, Bacons & Hawley Utica ; T. A. Smith, Syracuse ; A. G. Smith, Aiihurn ; J. Fargo, Geneva ; J. G. Snepherd. Canandaigva ; David Hoyt, Rochester; John McKenster, Lockport; J. A. Ciaik, Batavix ; Thomas Blossom, Buffalo. POAIEROV & CO-, No. 5 Exchange Buildings, Albany, all 3 Wall street, New York. EAK.E AND FREIGHT "REDUCED. a^a- jagMWM& REGULAR MAIL LINE KOII rRO^DENi^. AND BOSTON, via BTONINGTON AND NEWPORT, composed of the following superior steamers, running in connection with the Stoningtun and Providence, and Boston aud Providence Railroads? MASSACHUSETTS, Captain C.omstock. RHODE ISLAND, Captain Thayer. NARRAGAN8ETT, Captain Woolscy. MOHEOAN, Ca|gain Vanderbilt. One of which will leave New York daily, (Sundays excepted) from Pier No. 1, North Hirer, Battery Place, at fixe o'clock, P. M. Fare to Boston, $3 DO Deck passive, $3 25 do. Providence, 2 00 do. do. 1 50 AtttSOtMltST. The NARUAGANSET, on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, for Stoiiiiwtnn. The MASSACHUSETTS, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, for Stoui ngton. Passengers on the arrival of the steamers at Stotiiuzton, may take the Railroad Cars and proceed immediately to Provi deuce and Boston^ and for the accommodation of pemous travelling between New York and New port, the steamboat trains will stop at Wickford long enough to leave and receive |>asseugers. Freight taken at the following much reduced rates :? To Boston, on goods weighing forty ]>ounds 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 per tarif to be obtained at office 22 Uroadwav. m316m OPPOSITION LINK FOR ALBANY. FARE REDUCED!! Passage 50 rents?Berths 50 cents. FREIGHT TAKEN AT REDUCHD PRICES. .Mfl /in The commodious Steamboat WASHINGflr. J* TON. Captain J. M. Brown, having made \jr -r (Q L.|lin,,,. |K.r days of leaving New York, will hereafter !*ave the foot of Robinson street. New York, every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday afternoon, at 5 o'clock, and Albanv, every Tuesday, Thursday, and Sa turday afternoon, at 5 o'clock, landing on her passage nach way at the foot of H nn^mid street, Newburgh, l'oughkeepsie, Kingston Point, C ittsIS and Hudson. For freiglit or jvosstge, apply to the Captain on hoard, or to D. RANDOLPH MARTtN, No. !82 West street. m!tc T. POWELL fe CO.'B LINE. .331 FOU NEWBURGH, landing at CAI.DWELL'S. WEST PtilNT AND COLD SCI^JSESLsPHING^-Tlie? HIGHLANDER, (~iplaia Hubert Wardrou, \vill leave the foot of Warrrn *tre?*t, N?*w York, every Monday, Thursday mi?I Saturday arternoont at 4 o'clock. Returning, tnr Highlander will leave Ncwhunch every Mond ly rooming at 6 o'clock, and Tuesday and Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Forfriitht or apply to the captain on board. N. n.?All baukHK* and of evcrv description, bauk bills or si>ecie, put on board this boat, must In- at the risk of the owners thereof, unless a bill of lading or receipt is signed for the same. n?23 .swift -a PEOPLE'S LINE FOR ALBANY AND "1~m_T^*TROY. daily at seven 'clock, P. M., froin jT ~Br the SuamlxMit Pier between LourlUndl and Liberty sitecls, (Sundays excepted.) The steamboat ROCHESTER, Capt. A. P. St. John, leavs Monday, Wednesday, and Fridav afternoons, at seven o'clock. The steamlmat SOUTH AMERICA, Capt. L. W. Brain#r.1, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoons, at seven o'clock. The steamboat NORTH AMERICA, Captain M. H. Truesdell, leaves Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday afternoous, at five o'clock, for Albany aud intermediate places. The above boats are lie w ami substantial, are furnished with elegant stale rooms, and in all respects arc unsurpassed among the Hudson River strainers. Forp usage or freight, apply on board, or to P. C. Schuitv., at th i o fnce 011 the wharf. _ mJOc _ III ii I THE RAfNBOW MORM-NG LINE for ?l TTiu.JfALBANY.-?The low prcsaure Steamboat XJ-JBUSLkAINROW will leave the foot of Koliinaou street, every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 7 o'clock. mi Im+i _ I^NGLISH MAIL.?The Letter Bmr* for the Roval Mail Steamer "Acadia," from Box ton for Livrmool, will close at Ihrmlcn k Co'*. Kxnnu Office, No. 3 Wall street, Tuesday, .May 31st, at 4 o'clock, P. M. Small packages of freight also received as above. Letters by thii conveyance are lusured as beimr in season for the Steamboat Mail. m284tr HA11NDEN A CO. TAILORING. Retrenchment the ORDER OF THE DAY. T^HE Sulisci.ii? r, v ilh i view of meeting the exigencies of 1- the times, ' n od- i.. ugemenU whereby he will hrncaforth be rnabli <1 t.? funssh .. . lueuts of the very best quarts,, at tu inuneuse fo.nv ' mer charges. Having made his purchases t \ In*!* to, cssh, he is determined to compete with the ch. i. s- . .!> money,n uciplc only A while h? pledges hint-"If(ii ti n the same observance of elegance ami punctuality vvhaii, t. :.e lavt fifteen wars has clwiracleriXed his establish' < ,,r men are referred to the annexed list of prices, with th' ?* or.nce that the articles enumerated shall be equal in 4 11V> otJ -I v!? to tlie most costly. Diess coat, ol su^-i' a I dyed cloths, from $16 to 2t. Ptusts, do do _ cassimere, S to 10. Vests, of ever, fashionable variety, 7 50 to 5 50. Gentlemen wisliing to furnish their own materials can have tlreir garments made -old trimmed in the saute style ol cleg-ace, In proportion to the above. N. B.?Mr. Bibcock,loug known as one of the most fashionable cutters, continues in the e tablishment. CHAS. COX, Higu of the Golden Fjeece, m5 lm 61 Nassau street, near Maiden Ian.. I\A A OUT M L" DflL'TDV i v n i . WHEELER, TAILOR, hereby sends This information to hi* frieuds, Or enemies, if lie liu any, Whether they be few or many. The public too, both far and near. He wither every one to hear. That in Broadway lie ham a shop. In which he'd like to have them pop. Kud should they want coat, veat or pants, No ane can lit them if lie cant. Trices low tosuit the times. Cloth, too various for these rhymes; la short you'll find no other Tailor. So sort to plenseyun as A WHEm.ER. mil lane 167 Broadway, up stain. MARTIN'S Cash Tailoring Establishment, It Jltmovtd to ldl Wilt turn itrett, ttrrner of Ann street. rPHF. snlrscriber, in announcing the above to hit friends and 1 the public in general, lakea leave to return thinks for the liberal patronage In-stowcd on him at his fartnsr place of business, and assures theoi that 'very article ordered ol hitn shall, as heretofore, be cat, made, ami trimmed in the nespst ami most s'vlnli minm r. Tip M< rials, the newest and heat in the market, and at a Uiitittavil|H 90 pes cent. 8lrsii?ers arc rrqucsted to call and riamhsr. Gentlemen who prefer purchasing tlieir own cloth, Ac., can have them made and trimmed in the style that lias given such genssnsl satisfaction diiriiu the last four years. Ktery garment warranted to_flt, and made by th* best workmen at the following priest, via.:? Dress Coats V 00 to id 50 Flock Coats It 00 to 9 30 Pants and Vesta 1 73 to 2 00 Over Coats 9 0# to I loo 0*7" No rarnients ready m ule?all nude to order, ami a suit l*ZSl?i'tmt'*m?r',u 24 m'tchael e martin REMOVAL PHILLIPS' CASH TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT, l> removed from 145 Broadway to No. 7 Ailor Hou?r. ECONOMY IN GENTLEMEN'S DRESS. (foments oft most Ehxint and F ash ie? mile kind ft t saving; of 1 6<l (?r cent for e*<h. HE advertiser derm< u unnece??ary to reaoit t > the hackneyed tyttem of giving ? Um of nominal prt.VA, pre* that the lcruth of time lie lw* been cMtmiahed. to<?-ihcr with the evtcntive pttmntf lieatnwcd on rum, will preve 4 sum caeut voucher for hit captbiliuea. Poiaet-inj the advah*ig? ?>l being rannfcti d wim an vten .1 - < <*|<>th it \ ri ihm? nt in Etirop hr foiiftni ntiy ?itet 1 thr emu fuinith ?-; ii??? |?ii h,? ?? < m n-uuon, will br found lower thin any othe? hoiite vutklig up the be?t description* of gentle me n't dre*?. ?| I |H ? RIlILLIi S. 7 Attor ffoiiae. Broadway SHIRTS. I I HI i I.U nI Al ls BIIIM MAM.fAOTOHV.71 V.'il liam iti*et, cururi of Lilx rtjr, N. Y Notice n. liorrlij giren to M?rrh??U ml tr.nlrri in general, that the |.o.,ri.-f.w. o the almvr raUliliahtn. nt har. adopt. d ? not method el" m um fartnriiu which inaMra to aril their ahirtt .it * e he ape rate than any oilier liome in thia city. Tina talemnit will bi affirmed by tin- lut of pricea u follou Fine Mualin Shirta, Willi Linen Borotni and Coll an, ? S7.'( l)o afitchad in the H iv>m in.I Collar ?i,n< bo Colored one interna, larce ataea 7,01 Alan, i large nnanlitr of Bn*nm* and (-uILn conif.uilly or hand, WInch will b? olTticil cheap |o ctuh. nUj lm*| W V (> >TEW YORK, TUESDAY } FURNITURE. GEORGE W. DAWSON, Wholesale and Retail t\irn%lure and General Furnishing Warehouse, No. t>7 Chatham street, corner of Duane street. New York. WHERE ht* keeps for sale a lance assortment of the following articles,via.: Sideboards. Ban uu, Bed?te ads, Cots, Tables, Chairs, Office uid Portable Desk*. Glass Cuts. Book Cum, Looking Glasses, Dining, Centre. Tea atnl Pier Tables, Pianos, Ha fas Sofa Ue<Uteads. Beds, Bedding Paleatters, Mattresses, CnriH cs, OiltCloth. Matting and tire IrotM, Wash StaHus, Toilet Tables, Candle builds, Buituu Bedsteads Drriting Bussbi, s*iVs, kc. Also, a Urge assortment of men and women's Woo ring Apparel, new and second handed. All the above articles are offered to the public at very low prices. Persona 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 picked on the shortest uotice, and on reasonable terms. Mattresses, Bedding, fee. for fitting out vessels, constantly on hand All ordet* to th?* above esublulimeut will be punctually attep'leil to and thankful!y received. N. B.?Tlie highest prices will be given for Second Hand Kuroiture, and Ueuileineu*s and Ladies'cast off Clothing. a22 6ra*r ~~NOTICE TO BUYERS OK 0 A B IN E T F U R N I TU R E. rPHt SuiMCriber would invite the attention ol those wiahiiig 1 to piivctuue articles in the aliove business, to Ids establish* riieut. win ir is to be found a rich assortmeut of Ruse wood aud XiAhogaiit Furniture, of French and oilier patterns, soma of which ire not to be found elsewhere, being entirely original.? Also hiiMUOiae rich nit Coruice* for windows. Poles and Rmgs ; together with D muuk Galloon* and Tassels, and every article attached to curtains, which will ho made in the latest tt ie from gSUtems late I y received. N. U. Particular attention paid to the fitting up of Ottomans, Fire Screens, and oilier fancy articles, with embroidered TV pe.try*. WASHINGTON MEF.KS, difidm 315 Broadway, mm the Hospital. TtkBEPH PECKOVER, Fancy Cabinet Maker, Malhetnai? ical ana Nautical Instrument Case Manulhcturet, 26tt Water .treet, New Viuk. Chrunomatr r boxes of a superior make, barometer, thermometer fpame., iviidrant, sextant; surveyors, surgical, dentist and drawing instrument boxes, made rnd parked in a neat styh? . timepiece, clock, gun and pistol case, ol* all d??ciiptioti; dagueirolyp. ajparutus and inrdieiiie chests, stttveyors rods, of any length ami make All kinds of fancy work, made of the best* and workmanship, warranted. Repairitu of eeury description executdd with neatneai, punctcwality and dispatch. French irolishing and varnishing. Manufaicoryon G. Tagleauuo'a Esublisliuieut, hclwecu Dover street .'id Peek. slip. ItKFEar.fcri. Messra. IC. St G. W. Blunt, comer of Water atreet and Bin; lint; slip. Mr. A. Megarey, 100 Water street. Mr. Demtlt, 2J'J IVarl street. m 15 Im*c NEW STORE of Rich Cut and Plain Glass, No. 25 John St., next door to comer ot Nassau street. 8TOUVENEL St CO. have the honor to inform their friends aud the public, that llicy are opening the above store, where they can find a large and beautiful assortment of all description# ?.uch as astral and hall lamps, all complete; porcelain, at the manufactory prices, by the eoininuuication of their shop, No. 29 Gold street. Wholesale aud retail?city and country trade?all goods tracked to go in any [wit of the country?all articles match lo pattern*. neuac can at 3.) John street. 1112 lin^c CHINA GLASS AND EARTHENWARE. 8A9TOR HOUSE.?Freuch Porcelain Dinner Services, 115 pieces, $25 00 White Granite, do do 112 do 13 00 French, or English Porcelain Tea Sets, 32 do 4 no Dinner Plates, French Porcelain, per dozen, 1 'J1 Do do Granite, blue or while, do 1 00 Soup, do French Porcelain, do 2 00 Do do Granite, blue or white, do 1 00 Tea Cups and Saucers, (24 |>ieces) French Porcelain, 1 50 Egg Cut*, do do 37 Glass. Gut Wines, per dozen, from 1 50 Do Tumblers, do .do 2 041 Lemonades, handled, do 2 25 Table Cuti.ekt. Of th? liuett inscriptions, in tets or dozens, at the low price of $12 the act. Just utiened, a handsome assortment of Toilet Ware. It. SIMPSON. N. B.?Agent for the sale of Siinptou's Ear Cornets, for the relief of deafness. in# lm*c CHEAP HARDWARE STORE. rpHE Subscriber is now opening hi* Spring supply of 1 HAHDVVARE AND CUTLERY, fkciivedper W arrival* from Birminglmm ami Shi tfield. Together with a gene* ral aiosortuieaii of Domestic viou.h, v. inch he is |?rci?ajrd to offer at tin* very LOWEST CASH PRICES. The attention of Country Merchants,. Builders, Cabinet Makers, Stc.t is solicited to an v lamination of his stork ami prices, m lie i* confident they will find it to their interest to favor him with a call. ALFRED K. LAGRAVE, 210 Grernwirh, comer Barclay, N?w York. A regular supply of FALL RIVER CUT NAILS, and Cooper's Glue. Also?a complete assortment of Mechanics9 Tools, Jam ' 8cr ws, ftr. m2 3m* n*RANsPARfc'NT 1TA1.I \N"WlND(>W~SMADES !!? 1 OLIVER VV. WOODFORD. M Catharine ?t, wdl open this week four caw Transparent Window Shades. Families who have not supplied themselves with Dliivl* litis Spring, will find a collection of the nuwt beautiful paintinc* ever offered in the city. A* the ne&sou is advancing, a flirtlier reduction in the prices w ill he inade, namely?Landscapes $1 2.# per |wir.? ?lain Senilis $2 5n. Scrolls and Landscapes S3. Moonlight Scenes $3 50. Italian Scripture Designs?Italian Vignettes? Drapery Bordered and Scrolled and full Landscaped?about 3G0 pur Lin In ipti al the low price of $1 2'. pi r pur. N. I).?Ill consequence of mi .te presentations many have hecu deceived, while Took ing_ for No. in22 lw? HMUAL OF.BOOK SAFES !!1?Seveial trial* upon Iron A Safes, ofdifferent makers, hev?x keen had in furnace* and certificates given by respectable MrrciuiiU, in favor of Wilder** Patent Salamander Safe. The Safes so tried, t? aether with the ('otwnittw*' reiiort, and other testimonials, can be se^u aptht- Iron ( heat Warehouse of the Subscriber, the only place ill the city where Wilder'* Sala mandcr Safe* can be had. (.-bests of other maker*,such as have been taken in part pay ment for the Salamander, for sale at less than half of the first SILAS C. IIKRRINO, m22 2wc 139 Water afreet. DRY GOODS, &c. SHIRTS. SHIRTS made to order, after the mix! approved French fashions. <? ntlem, u'j Garments of all descriptions nude to order at the shortest notice. Gentlemen's Furnishing Store (7 and {9 Maiden lane, corner of Wilium street. millm'i WILLIAM COLLINS. THE SHIELDED VICTORIA SHAWL ANI) DIAPER PIN. ANEW ami important article tor use in the nursery an 1 as a lastenina to ladies' shawls, clonks, Sic., patented in the Unite.! States and in EurO|e, for sale, wholes lie, by \V. H. CAHY A CO., I'Ki IVarl street, New York, and by the |uiriitee, at the manufactory, 116 Jay st, llrooktyn. Thread and nei die stores, and dealers in fancy articles, supplied on liberal terms. mlllm'r yPRAW GOODS. rP BKNNKTT, importer ami manufacturerof Italian and A Ku^li .h Straw (joodi, respectfully informt hjt customer! that he Iw* removed mi establishment from 99 William and 2'? Piatt, t* 39 Joftu str ft, wlwe he onntifinea to k#*ep a splendid and extensive assortment of fashionable Straw Goods, French and English Dunstable*, kalian Rutland?, fine Tinars, Fancy Shell works, Prince Albert Straws, he. he. Also, an entirely new article, the White Siberian Hair Bouuet. for the sumine,?it surpasses all the styles as yet lulro duced, neintf extremely lijtht, beautiful, white and durable. ni2t Ira* m ~ TO TI-1K LA NIKS. U'ASKIONABLK MILLINKRY GOODS.?The i n nrie* tress, Miu S KINO, dauiilit"r of the celebrated Carl Kin*:, offers for sale a most select and choice assortment of Millinery Goods, fsir the spriiitf trade, never w yet presented to the pair lie, both as regards th? quality and cheapness of the articles The assortment consists of the following :? The celebrated SILK HAT, CALLED LAPOTTE D'ORLEANS,** worn by La DucIhmo* D'Orlcaus, of F i-ance , SHLD H1LK, ENTIRELY NEW AND ORIGINAL STYLE And Lawu liau do do? An entire new st) le o Hau called MODINE CAI'OTTES, ELSSLEK. COTTAGE.' Psrisisusnd Kngliah FANCY STRAWS, of th? finest teature. in crest TSiiety. The Proprietress respectfully solicits the Indies to fsrrnr her with ncnll, nud rsniniue ltrr?l<r*ni and varied stork .if Millinery ftrr themselves, lie Tor* tlicy purs hiss elscwhsre, as it will be s crvit savin* to litem ia price auri a great advantage as regards the variety and uuality of tlie goods. blisS 8. KINO, Magav nede Modes, salt Itn'r Broadway. MILLINERY GOODS. CARL KINO, the well known and celebrated Millinery and J.adiea' Straw Hal Manulactnoi r to Her Majesty the oi tr v nc nV-rvi i un retpeclfully hoc* leaf* I" announce to the f.adiet tint kt ha* on kunJ a tnr~l si li ndld and fashionable assortment of Ladles' Straw and Silk Hat*. The Straw Hih are manufactured to a Tmc^S? tiSSS^TSMaz, with Oifisay tides and * Swim Flare around the front. Tim braids ibtrM Hat* art' made of ia of the rnmt elegant |?ttern-, Uie Albert Straw ^ The silk dejiartinent ia conducted by the moat riifrniotia and Uaty milliner*. Dot to be equalled. Tin- silks are of the newrat style, fresh imported. Trimmiue anil Flower* to correspond. Those who wish to convince tlrtmselrea may call at No. JO Canal, near Broadway, 17 Diri?inn street. N. B.?Hii Pari* Ribbon* and French Flower*, are of the latent atyle, anJ ran lie purchased at rntherofhia establishments, at a?t?deaale and retail, on reasonable derma. inll lm*r lh * ""t, " BOOTS?LATEST FRENCH STYLE.?The subscriber make* lo order, Boots of tlie above deaonplioo, of the fluent quality of French Calf Mkia. and in the lair >t at) le, and at very reasonable price* ? ih ntlemcii who hare lieen in the habit of p.yiuu estraraeant price* for inferior article* ?re requi atad lo rill and be cosirlnoed that hi* pncea are front ten to twenty per cent below other store* in the nt iirhhorbood rtiwwuurs heme taken of the I'act, an ! a |>air of lasts Irept for each customer, tlicru ia no dilhculty in iteitnnr a lianusome yot eaav fit. Constantly on hind, a larae assortinent of fashionable ready m de Boots, it price r in ins from TWO DOLLARS FIFTY CENTS TO SIT DOLLARS; Hilf Boott, Unite ra, Shoe*, Pumps, Slipper*, lie. equally lowjirtrra. JOHN L. WATKLN9, IM Fulton *t.. al Sin* Betwaen Nam? and Dutch at*. ^^FiTENt H IMPORTED OAITeKS of all co of taahion; French boon and patent leather *|KH?, nailer*, >f.jiRiii< ? -U.U |.uni|.., mr m n, In)>* and children. Men', nod boy*' cl?t ni? boot* from *2 7S, VI SJ .'>(1 and # I":' p?ir. Meru' ?hoet 7t to 10* and !2? per raur. Boyt ah<-? SO lo 7} cent* and $1, and w irranicd cnod. Ladies, nn**e? and children*' niter b?*>t?, Imckaltin*, walking hor* a'nd alipiara of all colors and aiae*. hint IVdiinn. tin. 1.11*1*in* and ?li|i. 7i cent* to $1, good l? *li|>|iert. Crone and tec a good asaoruneiit of llie *Ihh? article* at 12 (, tnal ?treel, miner of Broadway, and at 206 Canal at, north-w< at corner of HtnLou aired, at \Vii!ierN. WIS lmac rpHENOTkHof llie MO N Mill 111 BANK, New J. .< y I new iatnr,arcpurchased at II i'.AKL k CO) at One p?- *~err. ftQLLECTlONS on all |?its of the til I Stan ^ the moil favorable li mit, by g y BYLVESTEH, Ui28c 22 WtU ?t, and i'Mi BilmmIw ijr. c RK I AVRNING, MAY 31, 1842 BOOKS AM) STATIONERY^ TO PAPI:It MAKERS. pERSKK 6c BROOKS, No. til Liberty street, between A Broadway and Nassau street, New York, import direct from the Manufacturers the fallow tug articles, vi/.:? Bit-aching Powder of Boyd Sc Sou's make?warranted, for uniformity and strength, equal to any in this country or Great B. it liu, and lor the sub- of which tliey ore sole agents in the United States. KugliflhCvliudT Machine Felting of very supciior quality, "Jii. 40, 15, Hi. 72, and 61 ii^h|^wide. I)ryer Felting of strcflj^^fcric, and of widths usually'required. Bine Smalt ..?Having the agency of the Sutton Cninpviv's Blue Small.*, they are enabled to supply FIFE, and FfrKE; in tuv quantities. Win-s for Fonrdritiier and Cylinder Mscliiicii, m inufacturcd from the purest metal?also, Jackets?Wei andPrc?i Fells. ruin Screens, Noi. 1 2, 'J. of brass metal. AlnlerH l..r any of the above articles, together with Foreign and domestic rags, Soda Ash, Vitriol, Alum, Twine, &c. 6cc.( will meet with prompt attention in :ilc EW GUITAR MUSIC?GEORGE HTDERWORT, professor of the guitar, No. 138 Canal street opposite the St. John's church, has the honor to acquaiul his friends and the public that he has published a variety of new and popular music, arranged with easy accompaniments for guitar. iCl. T> Will f,.r ?,? guitar, and other instruments, and give iostruv lions to aout tours ou the piano forte ami violin.; myl f?w*c AW RE PORT KR foi Maft lMl-^Cootiiiii wvmi cim o( i-J Bankruptcy, presenting tliesubject mall its various pleases : The Bankrupt Law ; the contested scat of Mi Levy ; Chief Justict Marshall ; Lord ILdesdale ; American Jurist ; Starkie ou Evidence : New Rules in Equity : Grt-enleaf on Evidence : Bankrupts in New Yoik (900) ; Baulmtpu in Mass. (km) &c. Judge Story's opinion nt length upon the r fieri of attachments laid ui->n the f*ro|?erty of a bankrupt previous u> his hemic declared .?uch will appear in the Jmu* number. Also, Judge Bctu's opinio., in the case of Km ou (iriwi Bwsiry) v> ill ipw win full in .he July number. The proprietor* will uvutiuuc the list of BaukrupU iu New Uork and Massachusetts which will render tit- work valuable to every business man. What merchant would * nidge 26 cents h month for such iuforinsiiou ! The May uutnbi ( commences a new volume, and offers a favorable op portuujCy to subscribe for the work. BRADBURY. SOD&rt St CO. in 10 .m r-t 127 Nassau st. N. Y. aim 10 School st, Boston. PAPER HANGINGS. MA. HOWELL & CO., 367 Pearl street, are now recciv in* from their manufacturers at New Brunswick, an eite naive assortment of Paper 11 mgittgs, Borders, Sic. of the latest and must apnroved patterns ami styles, suited to the city and country trade', which they oiler to dealers at the net manufac torv prices. Also, their usual variety of French Pa;*r, Borders, Fire Bo.*ra Prints, Views, inc. Tne best workmen put on paper in any part of the city can be had at the shortest notice. a 13 codQin r QM?PATHl7\3 WORKS.-Just published bv W~M RADDE, 322 Broadway, John's New Manuel of Horn?ivithic Practice, edited, with annotations, by A. Gerald Hall, Nl. D., second American, from the third Paris edition. This indispensable book to homoepathists is now complete in 2 vols.? Price in paper $6?a full bound coi>y$7. The Family Guide to the Administration of Homaipathta dies, thinl edition, from the second London edition, with additions?Price 26 cents. Popular Considerations on Homcnpathia?by Win. Cullen Bryant, Esq., belivered before the New York Homeopathic Society, Dec. 23, 1811?Price I8&. cents. Also, just published, Ilydriatics, or Manuel of the Water Cure, as practised by Vincent Priossuitz, in Grcefenhcnr. coin oiled ami translated from'rhe writings of Charles Munde, IJ. Aeslel, D. B. Hirscnel. and other practitioners, by Francis rir-?.|..r-Pri.T ?l ? ...Mflv I H < 11111! This little neatly printed bookcontaim an einositiou in whit manner this simple aye tit has been found remedial. mM lin*r B 0 0 K~B INUTKG~ paper ruling. H IRELAND, No. I20 Nassau street, having an entire new stock, of Binding Tools and Ruling Machinery, of the latest niost approw (I natlerns, is now prepared to execute all orders in the moat durable and handsome manner. Merchants Acccouvit Books and all other kinds of BUnkwork ruled ami bound to any patterns, and in a style that is wsrranted to give satisfaction. Any work ordered cut be doneMfAhe English mode if required, *? il. I. has had long experience in both methods. FOR SALE?Two second hand Copperplate Presses. Apply as above. in 18 lui ~~~ HATS.' HATS! HATS! HATS !! BROWN & CO'S One Price Hat Store, wholesale, and re3 tail, 179 Chatham Square, comer of Mott street, where fashion, beauty, durability and economy are combined to adorn the head. The proprietors have the pleasure now to offer in addition to their recently unproved uiort napped li*t, a new style, the unitatiou of beaverr, which so closely resembles that of all furs the most cosily and beautiful, that the difference is not easily perceived. Price three dollars. We strictly adhere to the one Kice cash system, which enables us to furnish a very superior at lor the price charged. In ore seating these Hats to Ore public the proprietors think they have reached the ultimatum of beauty, durability, cheapness and comfort. ml Jm* JEWELRY'. WATCHES AND JEWELRY, verv low. rprie 8 ih.eriWr is rellitur all '.liin;i,itj>>k >1 '1; ij ?i .1 Silver A Waii'lii"-., Gold and Silver IVncils, (Jell linn, Ke>?, tec. at n tail, hxvur than at anv other tins ill ti e city.? Hold Wtttliu :.? low u ti.irly to fortv -hllit* c-sar . tVatiiie. vid Jcwriry ruhutici or bauabt. AM Aistare* ft# wtortEtrd to keep ipoJ lirar. or tlir money u tinted. Witcw i ami Clock, rape.uet) iu itf best mami.jr, and arenvtej, at much I..* tlian the u mil . ,sv t*i <3 t-the tinrst vct.ik.iu u ii the city. G. C. Af.LLN, Importer of Witclm and Jew dry, wholesale and, 30 w.ll street, u|i .t>ir.. rriZfl 1 in * in Messrs. mort'imkii k hi nt. j,",^ii,'"r? imTsiiVrr inirb, of N?w Bond .Irert, Loudon, and 311 Broadway New V <ik, beg i jM*<"11ii 11v to ywne the public t??it tbeii csublishin-nt in this country will be positively and finally closed on the *Lst day of June next, till wltich period thcii stock of jew.Iry, plate. plated goods, cutlery, fitc. will remain on private sale in Broadway, at aud under prime cost. N. B.?The House to be let. a.70 lm* il/ATi 1IK.S, Jh.WKI.KV, I I TI.hllV. \.v-T!ir .nS ** *rril?cr* bcniy desirous of materially reducing their stock, offer for sale at importation co.t, for cash or a|'|iro?rd idiort paper, Kold and silver watches, gold rliains, pencil*, rings, and broach.?, diamond nins and rings, un.rt diamond., |?.te .ton'-., plated, Japan, aril G rmas .ilver warr of nuy drieriptiiiu; ta lor* on carils and in ilor-rn., |ren, pocket and dirk koive., scia .or*, .ft* of table cutlery; al?n, .ilver (pectaclea, lliittthl.s, pencils, tooth pick., pickle fork., plated earring., chain., rinas, lockets, eye*, motto ...Is, pocket hooks, niu case*, c, s 1 at a dt ii m7 lm* c 42 Maiden lane. TO JEWELLER#. MINI ATT RE PAINTERS, lie.A C. 4k. J. HARTNETT. No. 2 Courtlandt strut, ne.u Broadway, Wholesale and iVuil M mufac-Mirer* of Travelling, Writing, Dressing and Jewel cues, miniature cases, and settings, tlufe, locket, watch, ring, and pm ruc?; cases for silver plate, neatly arranged to order. Abo, trays made run1 fitted to Jewellers' show cases, to contain wale Ins, chains rin i, i. net la, ic, to. toe. A * irivtf of the above articles constantly on hand, and madl to order, with neatness and despatch. N ?. 2 < >11 rt! indf str i f N \\ Y rh. w21 I) KMOV ED ?HIL MP:. WALTER, agent ind partnei o\ thehouH" of Berber VV liter, the only manufactory of Watclt Glasses in France, No. 27 Paradia Poissotnuere street. Paris has the honor of informing Mssrs. dealers in watch works, am all articles connected with the liue, as also dealers in cu it lass, that thvir establishment of watch glas^n, cut glass, gi! and colored, fancy articles, lie. Ike Ike., has lately been it moved from Nt> 40 Maiden Laue^ toj No. 90 William street. Gentlemen desirous of purrlifong fioin the only depot of tin factory, are renj?ectfully invited to call at our ."u!i .' hr*"mr!f where will be found an unrivalled assortment of the above men tinned KOodl, which will tkj di*|?o*ed of on die most rrasonahti t-rms. ml2ni*r ~ " " NOTICKS." ' " MiiW York a ad Am.xr Rail Road Co. > Office N?. 2. I'ark PUce. > NOTICE t? hereby eirefi to tlie Stockholder. of the NVv York .ml Atb.ny Rul Road Cointwuy, tint *n election o Director. to .old Coiniwny, will take place at their Office, Nn 2 Park Place, on Monday the of June n??t. Tin- Poll, will he o|h.ti at 10 o'clock, A. M., and conlinui open iiidl I o'chxk, P. M. The Book, for the trr.n.fer of Stock ur cloned, ?nd w ill .1 continue until the 7th day of June ileal. By order of Ike Board. m6 tjg c JOS. E. BLOOMK1ELO' Secretary. CORPORATION NOTICE.?PuMir n-. i.-,- i< ;,.-rei>, girei thnt a .lie of propriti for uo|i*ld tain will take a paihlie uirtion at the Citv Hell of the city of New Voak. 01 Tnr.d.y, the 2Cth d r. of Juu. heat, at 1J o'clock, noon, *?d Ix rnn',,.1,.,1 IV. da. to ilav until tlo wh-'lc uf the .aid prop.-it] *h|i^ * .ij-. and Hut tlx- detailed ft itfmcllt ol tlx- curl a hi pr^^Hy to !> mid i* ihiblidicd in thr Nc w Era, a Drw*j**|iei printed and publtatird in thr city of N?w York. ALFRED A. SMITH, Comptr oiler. Comptroller'* Office, kprtl *t,. 18IV. a2!l lawMwtltjyr SPEC lAL""ELEC'TIO,V?The Shcrift Cm manni"th7'fob lowing liotifr to tha lni|>ector* of Election; and the Com man School* will, of courar, be hereafter controlled by new Oorcrnom " NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION. HHtmrr'? Orrice, Citt H*i i., ) N?:w Yon* May 2l?t, 1842. S " Notirr in h n by ifitrn, that % ?or rial election will be held in the City and Connty of New York, on thr rtmt Monday ol June ni l', puriuanl to " an act to < <t< nd to thr City and County of Nrw York tin prori.ioiu of the Orneril Act, in rrUtior to Coni'iioti School*, |*<Med April 9, 11112." The fimt ?ectio( whereof i* a* follow* : " I 1. Thi-rr *hall be rlortrd in rarh of thr ward* of thr City and County of New York two Comtnifiiiniier*, two lliipeetori and tier 'f rimer* of Common S. Iiooi?"w ho *h.ll be elected hi billot, at a'jipWeial rlrction, to br held ><n the firai Monday o Jour, li wck veer, br the p*?on? imaHlUd to eote foi < ha Officer* in the aaid Ward*, and to b? conducted in the *niu? n auner, by the ?atnr Inaiiertur*, at the ?ainr Wml Dutriit* and *nbjert to thr * one law*, rule* and rrunlaiioni a* now , T< m the C harier Election* in ?aid city." " It ia recommended that the boiea and tickcia utcil at llii election be endorard with the word* " Common School*." in*) to iir MONMOUTH n. HART, Hh* nflr." BA N K HI PTC V-S A MI E L OW K N, Conine Law hi* remoird to 67 Na*?*ii ilrcrt, the ctnner of John he itoi lx> com lilt,-d nil all mitten in Bankruptcy. m!!fl Irntrxl^ir JJAHI'S.?A very Auc tonrrf, elegant donMe arfinri H irp lo J1 Sile, .it 386 Broadway. H^rp* repaired ami exchanged li] J. F. Browne, ratent !lsr|> Maker, an?i at Bcrnera ftrref, 1ah? non. rt?24 ?^*c UNORAVlVQ BV fHFrnWHMAI'H MACRlNKBURR. JON KB ?t CO., IW Ui<?t'lw>>, com. r of Jriir 'trrrt, N.Y..nrr prepared li> rin;i arte all kinalr of Mspy, (.'baits I'U?a and IhiTcyi, >> any work of that cl us, in tip mini hraia taful atyle, with nniaarallrlrd expedition, and at prkfi far he !?? those charxej for Minilir work exeraited hv hsnd rtijjrar int?the ro?t offine ?tee| or copper pistes not csrertJinK Li thoifraphir work. N. B.?S|>erimena of I ho work .lone by she OmiiiKraph est be examined at rh<- other in Broad way. in '4lmi m.\o FoirrM QJOUTIIKHN DK AL ICR H wdtcicMerrssrci'.-ull v will fw ro it to their ?.Inula." la i! Maieu-r rt v itmrn' of (hr bore article, coeai i unit 1 x.-nn.' ??< 6 sod <$> ratCavna ttf ttoewyoil en! maliaraay, Wilt, ywial stlltsi, scroll tiauda and ryrrV modern rmisBttsstil. J tiew- it:stre*,rrliU vt war ranted to he *.(?sl to any it the rttT, alkl ?lll he a >1.1 a| the low it (xnaihlr |irir?-? for enab. *1 tr.e myiiolutt-rrv. ?l W-xt Vo?r b-eiith atrrrt, hrtwrrn Kiftliatlll WISCR OVenoi a V B.?riano Fnrtrs I r !4?r%? A 4*1* UM'tS.'Ll of , f{HtC4 ivt Iuik ll Uac luauulactosy t7 jm 0 we. I I II IERA i I "TiPTTT TSTS I ~ ? ? ? . THE EVE. DR. WHEELER. OCULIST. INFLAMED, D1BKA8KD AND WEAK KYKS.-DH 1 WHEELED, Octitlhrt, ii Greenwich street, New York respectfully inform* tl?e public, that in consequence of hi' practice having become enlarged to ?o great *?? esuut in i compelled to confine hi* otlice attendance ?.tri?:11 > bet went the hour? of 8 A. M. to 1 I'. M., after which hours he visit* ou door peliwiiU. Notwithstanding tl?r?t amour the many hundredi of cam which Dr. Wht cUr Ins tUl<tided, many have been o) i rated oi by other profcv.ors without success, and pronoune- ! h thei incurable, yet he has never lulled to eradicate tho di^ca*.', an effect a perfect cure, despite of ? \erydisadv intage which inn have presented itself, and in many inatnaces almost .maim hope. It is this unprecedented iuccens in hi* treatment of ih various?hitherto considered incurable?disc isc* of tln? eyi that enables him with confidence to refer tlie .diluted w ho in i be unacquainted with him, and his mild mode ultrcdting tl disorders of this organ?to numerous restored patients in tli firat class of society, respecting his professional skill an abilities as being pre-eminent for his success, as a scieutil Oculist. Chrouic inflammation of tint eyelid or sore eyes, howevt longstanding, can be effectually and p? rmanently cured, film: and specks, removed without surgical oi?* ration. STRAB1SMU S, Commo,.ly called Squinting, and CATARACT^, safely r? moved?in a few minutes?with scarcely any incouvenience t pain to the pat unit. To save trouble, correspondents arc informed that letter: addressed 10 Dr Wheeler, (L/~ will not bo taken from lb Font Office, utiles* j?o*t paid.w?!) TT* The vast number of cases which nave been cured by D Wheeler, have already giy*i him a wide spread reputation, mi fised it upon a basis as listing as tin* gracilude of those wmioi lie has rescued from a " living death.'' Of tip* number of ce tilicates, which patients have offered to him of their own a< cord, he select*the following, not that flu- c ues are more r? inarkable than many others, butbecaust the Persons who w roi themapjieared to beactuated by a cotmrfiMudable spirit of nh Unlhropy, in seeking to make known, lor the good of tnci fellow-inen, the beueut which they l?*vu received from D Wheeler's treatment. NkwYi ak, March lith, 1812. To Dr. Wheolor. Oculist, 33 Greenwicn *t. Dkaii Sin That you may, if you thank proper, make pul nciy kII' wii me 111kn estimation in wnir.n i noiu yea .r. in ot enlist?I beg to give you, in addition to my vei.ul ackuow edgmcut* of the benefit von have conferred upon me a* a p tient, this written avowal of my .great iodcbtctineas to you lii restoring (he sight of my poor little child Iroin the dangeron disorder which lately afflicted its sight 'i'lie child wn? of rate tender years, and its disease was of suck alarming a charadei thai 1 despaired, until told of your sKiil in such matters, ? ever obtaining *ny remedy for her, and Jie more especially a other physicians had afforded her no i*ii<f. I am banpy, hou ever, thus to confess that you have efft cfually cured tier, and cordially, heartily thank you, for your highly successful exe< tions. Yours rer.nectnilly. MARTIN WATEHtJ, 118 Ilammerslcy st. City and County of New York : t.? un : In the hope of being serviceable to a?*me of irly afflicted fe low creatures. \ hereby voluntarily ofl'ei my* grateful testiuu uials to Dr. Wheeler, the t enlist, for restoring me to perfec sight, (from total blinduesj,) after having Istfore been unsin cussfutly treated and operated tipou by upwards of twenty ? the most eminent and celebrated medical men of this city an different parts of the United States. In witness whereof, 1 make deposition, under oath, to v trnth, and hereunto subscribe my name. JAMES O. FAR RED, 78 3d Avenue. Swam before me, the 30th day of March, 1842. Uko. Ireland, Com. Deeds. 7 Nassau strec City and County of New York : m. David Powell, 158 Jackson street, Brooklyn, being dul sworn, *ays, that he was afflicted eight years with the Egyj tian opthalmis, and ulcers in the eyes, and though under One ' tne firit orulists at the Eye Infirmary four and a hull* years, n experienced no relief, but became blind, in which state he wa placed under the treatment of Dr. Wheeler, Oculist, 33 Green ivich street, who has entirely restored his sight. DAVID POWELL. Subscribed and sworn to before nrn, this 3Ut day of Marc! 1142. John Buleley, Com. Deeds, 21 Wall streel \ in ami tooniv 01 i^pw lorx; *s. Mary Ann Pirloy, daughter of Mrs. \Yinisl*s,No. 91 Catharin street, being duly sworn, say*, that she a short time sufferc dreadfully Iroin a disease \nown. technically. (as deponent i informed) to he Amaurosis, which rendered her quite blue Although she had the best assD'aner that could be afforded he at the Eye Infirmary, (aa u II as from an einiw nt oculist i t??is city, who fventiiHily told her tin* sight could never he r< stored) she m-vcr received any ? vieiitiui benefit until she wn placed under the rare of Dr. Wheeler, Oculist, 33 Ore* nwir street, whose kind and skilful treatment. ha-, entirely restOTf t tr. MARY ANN' PIRLEV. Sworn before me, this 15th dav of Apt it. 1812. Isaac P. Martin, Com. Deeds, 14 Wall street. City and County of New York: *s. Mr. S. C idv, Hj High street, Providence, R. I., being duI sworn, i) tfi ?i he e tot lis blind fits len i je, (bi mn y?an; the cause of the blindness was cat.o act; that lie applie to I)i. Wheeler, Oculist, of 33 Grewuwich, street, who, [b au operation att* tided Dy very little pain and iiicouvcuiviice, an wathoat danger.} h.ut inrfcctlv restored Ins -i^l.t. Under sue circumstance-*, he (eel* it his duty, to at at e# his gratitude, to tl Doctor, for the inestimable benefit which his skill hi* cc.nren? upon him. S. CADY. Hworu before me, this 25th day o fApril, 1R12, ticorok, Jr., Com. Deeds. 7 Nassau stree t. City and County of New York, ss: On the 9th of last month, 1 placed my little daughter, tjirt years old, who had sore ej? and was completely blind of tl left, tindci the care of Dr. Wheeler, Oculist, XI (irtrinvirh >> To the astonishment of ail who knew her, her sight is perfect I restored, and her eyes are well. In the hoje of loading otlu to lh?- same blessiug tiiat 1 have enjoyed, 1 voluntarily wwL llrii statement under oath. CHRISTOPHER BURNS, Grand street, corner of Thompson street. Sworn to be lore me, tins 2tUh nay of April, 1U12. 1 W. R. Bkkuk, Com. Deeds, i ml91m*r 81 Nassau street. MISCELL A NKOUS. S1I AIK)N8PRI NGS. 'THE PAVILLION..?This new commodious Hotel will r A open for the reception of visitors ou and after the first , June nest, at the Village of Sharon Springs, Schoharie Couni New York The clesr pure water of the springs, greatly renemhli those of the whits sulphur Sfiriutrs of Virginia, have he proved to be highly efficacious in Rheumatic, Cutatieou*, Bi ions aud Dyspeptic complaint ; aud in the cure of Erpiifl Salt111?-iiin, Scrofula, Liver Complaint, and general dchilit and in many sthrr respects, possess (as certified by some of tl most eminent medivtf pn,lessors in the United States) medic nal and healing properties unsurpajsed, aud believed to be un quailed by any in this country. Added to these, the rides in the viciaitv, numerous village estotuive views, neighboring caves and romantic scenery a among the many attractions ofiered to these seeking in the he of summer, either health or pleasure. These springs are hut a few Honrs ride frot.t Sarotoga, Tro Albany. fitc., aud are secessable from t 'anaioharie <yt tin. Alb nv anc( Utira railroad, where carriage* daily await the ariiv . I of tli# Aomin# cars from Scbeuectauy and Utic-i. to carry vi | I tors to ?e Springs, a distance of about eight mib,v, arriving time ror mimei; auo ny me a many yin oncrry vainy ini I |?ikc by daily stages, being about forty-five miles west oft city of Albany. Warm, cold and shower Bath* furnished at all times, eitli of th . iruiH i il - i n- nwitir.iMtviY]! attention |iriA tiit der the stay of visitors agreeable. An abundance of the purest mountain spring Ioe is stored I , the season. ' ISAAC O. WILLIAMS. 1 THE SPRINUS HOTEL.-Thu H?i. I will l,r or nrH j the above village of Sharon Spring*, for the reception of rn ' tors, and combining all the advantages of this delightful sui 1 mcr residence. t alt 10a2tiw*g WllMAM K. JONKS. PATKN'T PRESKilVKlV I'OU 1\\ bl.K HKKMI l?K< V IS IONS, warranted to keen any length of time, and any climate, vi* ?Preserved Lobsters, Ifillibiit, SI,a S I mon. Oysters and Chmn?Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Duck, Chic . en, Turkey, Gooes?Beef Soup, Mutton Broth, Chicken Hen Ox Tail Soup, Vegetable Sotip, Mock and Oreru Turtle Sou ?Green Peas and Milk, for sea vuyagi j. " N. B.?These provisions are all ready cooked, free froinboi and can he used cold, or, if preferred, wftrnx a hi a few ii nutes. Manufactured and sold wholesah and retail, by " ni4 Im* m \V. MITLLANK, 82K Nnesau st.. New Yo PfcARHAlTCiTOA iCHESTXiBCT53M IEnPF, foui.A ?r 1938, at 402 Water street, fivi doors above (-arharine ?o.i r ket. the only establishment of the kind in the United Stat* f continues to supply the Navyt the American, Ku?si in. ui ' Spanish war steamors?has supplied all the race boats and eh boats for the last four years?and has now the largest assort ine s of oars, sweeps, and sculls evar collected in one place. N. B?The Branch Oar Store on the North Riverside, * shot up, and removed to 402 Watc r street; and as I save hIJ if expenses of one store, I will sell enough cheaper to those w\ come from the North River SWr to |mv* tliem l??r their trouhl Race boats, club boats, oars and sculls sold 50 per cent b ' than last year. ' lT t Cl^ALCD PROPOSALS "ill he received b> th Coin i M tractors for building the Harlem River Bridge on Section v of the Croton Aqueduct, until the first day of June next, hi o'clock, P. VI at their office, at said section, for furnishing t1 I Im la tire of the stoue not already contracted lot to cobij l? d ll r said Bridge. The prices for the stone, per cubic foot, mmt include all jl expenses of preparing (lie stone suitable to be laid into the b id and delivering tt*> same at the wharf st the said bridge, ac< t * inc to the plans and specifications, rliat will be presented lor t [ aim nation iis hereinafter mentioned. Tne plana of the bridge and the specification of the mate ri ami the manner of preparing the same may lw examin< d it t office of the contractor*, at said eectiun, from tlw 25th to tl SOth of May m?auf. New York, May 30th, 1EI2. , ORORR LAW. I u i va i E* i ui isi' nTii [ abvof'r) mason," Contractor* for hnihlini? *ectionlW of the <'rotnn A<|Bfd>irt, i eluding the building of the Bnd? e oier the Harlen? Kjver ? a*id section. ^ w>21 tjel r niOlKHfiefYVE AITAJlATi'H.?T. aTaKTaTI. 1/ fc CO., Ulclv to Broad if/eei, ari l now 1AH*? r niton atrri pppnnir V *?-??- u |riV,. r^. civr^ by packet ship / bany, ruid offer (or tale at low |?ri < ? 2"> rnmplrtr 1) ujuenrnfypf A|<?rntiw, new pfltern 509 French PUlfi, Iuue?i4? . W) Arrotnatir Lenaes, made at rani, by Alphoor, f, roni fc ( o. 100 bottle* HjrpoiuJphfte of ffoda AI?o, Try-It of >(** * ? l-?4kn- . < luru-n of Iodine, Croinil Cromtne or lodtue, Cnloruae of Gold, nr??I the w w *cct 1? lnur lu'-ilaJH r. . Mr. F. A. Artaortt A ' ? t ikes fhi?opportunity toinfrrm tH< friwiid* and customer*, ttal tl?< > hare removed their e*ul li rrieuct from Bn^ditriTt ( > lf?8^ Fulton street, m ir B ? way. op|*j*itf St. raiiFs i lu?r< h. 21 lm * sj'i a'inT ft \ss a\w w' ?\\ n v NINOTON * ? (), m n.-omJw.iv, !i-u Read.- ?t, ,}t Kuiner* aiul m coritive P?in,crv p jjicctfally .olirit I' ml other., Uoir c up tfieir dwelling., > insjw -t their .to, which for ?tyje *nd execution of wor* i. no, to lie *tup.v? ml ?, ivie* m volt tli" rime,. W??liafcli window fi on* dollar to the rich**, .Ulo, ?|ti?lly cheap in p.'l'porti Ap'ot'ern and ntltrn funn-hcl mill d"?itn? for .tamed kI f.v church window., dw. llmi;,, kt.on loo ?hor?al notice, i ordi n executed Willi economy ami de.pircK WANTED?An ?ti?t, n.edto decorative painting; also *,ipr"ti?ie?. mi ?u 1 n 1 OOO l'K' iwcki "? to xuil cu?tonjr i1 ,<tvu,uvaj a-?..rt. d Kokle., I ?,np, Sauce., i errrt, ana EsftfVHm of a quality arvi i price : <*Mrr .in?l Wlufi* Vinegar, by the k*?.1 l<*n or ba"^ I Sour Krcvut by the barrel or keg ; nrtMivod Meat*. Son, I Oyster*. Kowls, Milk, 4c., warranted to *' .p any "rJ,*U,i time, ami iuau> climate, eii client for ship *for? v ?wV *rrf a great littury at a rraaouanie price ; Ground Coffee, wair.?i? ? para ; Walnut, Mushroom ami Tomato Catsup, by the g or doten. N. B.-Ur*e?ii? rickl?-?r?rKio<|^j,bj-s fc %]|[ [ f Hi . ^,m# Whol???l? LD. Price Two Cents* Circuit Court. Before Judex Kent. M*v DO.?Joku V (ireanjiala \i. Vatrul. ah? K.\ t ry person ulio has the leant pretension lo the haul lull will remember the splendid establishment erected at New Brighton, by Milfoid, in M36, alind termed thed'avillum Billh?- Millord at signed to Mr. Van I'elt, (inn oi Van Pelt ' Is. Fowler, who, in the mutations of business fate, were , subsequently compelled to turn their property over to , Mr. Orecnfleld, the plaintiffin thii auit. btuce Milton t gave up the hatha they have hea^jn the hand* of twobroj ttiers, defendant s in the present action, (trover) vv ho aver " ; (h it Milton'had borrowed considerable money from Patjj nek, and told hint ho might take the baths in pay, a hie h ,1 ; he did, and he ha*< successfully u ith*tood,actions of ejccti ment, Stc. which have been brought ugaiiist him for their_ t recovery. The Jury gave a nominal verdict for plaintiff of ti eeuU damages uuil and 0 cents costs. ' For p'.aintitf, Mr. N. B. Blunt and Mr. Brown. For do! fend ant, Mr. S. U. II. Jttdali. ./awn f/. Been rt. H'illiam Junes.?This is un action to J recover the amount of a note for $900, |>t) ment tor which ic is refused on the ground of its being a gambling debt. It appeared in t videnaa that the defendant and Henry Wool( ey, iu Mu\ last, went over lo Inland ; and while at im hotel, got into a dispute about a debt ol $00. They agreed to "play it out." Cards were consequently ordered, and they sat down to the game of " seven up.'' After rubbiDg > oil'the debt, they play ed fur adinuer ; and on getting into >r the spirit of it, started hard for money. A man named Snedeker was in company, who went to bed about 11 ' o'clock, previous to w hich Jones had lost $600, for which ho gave three notes On the witness getting up next r. morning, he was called upon to draw up a nolo for $900, ii u liioh Junes signed, and the others were given up. For a the privilege of giving this note it was supposed Jones J" had toiled all night, hi* adversary keeping him haul at it. This note, it isconlonded, is the one in question, having been made payable to bearer, and transferred to plaint iff ; j. and not vuli.1. ow ing to the maimer in which it nad been ir obtained. Tiie jury gave a v erdict for defendant, r. For plaintiff, Messrs. Slosson and Scholl. For defendant, Messrs. C. E. Butler and N. B. Blunt. Gideon Stem is tl al. vs. James 7Vi ompion..?Tbfl firm of ,. Thompson & Kelly started iu 1840 extensively in the bun ness of obtaining paving stones, 4cc. from various parts of I* the North River, and furnishing tbem to contractors. ' They subsequently failed,the defendant in this suit(brot!ier " to tlic senior partner in the firm) being a preferred crtditI* or, and since having more than $1,300 of the money paid to him. James Thomson had recommended the firm, and ii induct d the plaintiffs to trust them, and the present action * ; is iu lumpci mm iu pay a aoic 01 meirs kir uiiom youo. '. Mr. Gerard, Counsel for defendant, moved for a nonsuit, ^ which, ufter argument, w an granted. I nlt< <l Mates tourt, Mn :'0.? Case of Leonard Gosling.?This case cams I again before Judge Everett, sitting for the District Judge, , yesterday afternoon, and after a full examination of the t circumstances connected with the charge, the Court de: cided that there was no proof against the accused to war ' rant the proceedings, and without hesitation ordered Mr. d Gosling to tie honorably discharged, to the great discoraflu ture ol his accusers and their legal a.h Isers. Counsel for Mr. Gosling?Win. Muloch and K. .V. Morrison, Ksqrs. ( lk>/. in Montreal.?We believe we must give up to Montreal. Tliey have brought out Boz in a per* fectly new character. After this, what can we do ? for hint here 7 .On his reception in New-York thid ? week, he ought to make his second appearance in ' the Park Theatre. The following is from the Montreal llerald :? " Thcitsc Rovai On Wednesday evening there was t- an exhibition of private theatricals in the Theatre Hoyal, under the superintendence of tho following Committee of j Ladies und Gentlemen :? l# Mr. Torrens Mrs. Perry, I. W. C. Ermatinger, Erq., Cajit. Torrens, r The Earl of Mulgrave. II Singe Manager?Mr. Charles Dickens. About four hundred cards of invitation were issued to j* ladies and gentlemen in tho city and vicinity, of w hich j the following is a copy :? " 1 he Committee request the pleasure of ? Company, at the Queen's Theatre, Montreal, on Wednesday evening, iho lath of .May, at bait-past seven o'clock, I precisely. It is to bo expressly understood that this is a y card of invitation, and not a ticket of admission ; and is, ,e therefore, nottraioferable. To ensure a strict observance I of this understanding, it will be required to be presented y althedaor," J1 fixjn after the doors were opened, the boxes and pit |fj wwrc lit I od with the beauty and fashion of the city, and too gay uniforms of the otticeis of the different rogiments in 1 the garrison, interspersed with the rostlv dresses and jewelled brow * of the holies l'ayre, presented a beautiful scc.nts. The entrance of Jli* Excellency Sir Charles bag,it and suite into the Governor's box, was tin' signal for the orchettra to play the national autliem, during which the t. audience stood. iiis Excellency w as dressed in u plain V blue coat, with a star on the left breast. In the box next rs t? him were His KxcelUncy Sir 1C 1). Jackson and te auite. ' The first play in thr bill of fare was " A Ilolaud for an Oliver," in which the following were the dramatii prrs'intr :? Mrs. Selborne, Mrs. Totrens, Maria Darlington, Mits Griffin, m Mrs. Fixture Miss Ktmatingcr. Mr. Hellmmr The I'.arl of Mtllgravo, Alfred Highflier, Mr. Charles Dickens, Sir Mark Chase, Hon. Fntil Methuen, Fixture, Capt. WiUouahby, tiamt keeper ( spt. OreuvtUe. j- To say that this play was well acted would be to bestow ty( but small praise to the performers, who were ul\ au/oi'f in their respective characters, nud elicited thunders of nx applause and roars oiTuughtcr from all parts of the bouse. ' Where all conducted thciuselies to such admiration, it " may appear invidious to make selection, hut we cannot '* refrain from noticing the ease and perfect naiveh of Miss imI Griffin, who looked us if she had been accustonieil to tread i- tlie stage. Mr. Dickens and Mr. Melhucu appeared also to lie no strangers to the boards. The latighshle interlude of " Past two o'clock in the *' morning" follow cd, w hich wus sustained by the followtl' ing characters :? The Stranger Capt. Orcnville, y, Mr. Snobbington Mr. t 'harles Dickens. This was the performance of the eveniner rind was most I admirably acted. Mr. Dickens so disguised his person and uj voice that so mo time had elapsed after the play began beii fore he was recognised. he The closing piece was the farce, in one art, entitled "Deaf as a Tost," which was not so well sustained as ita !" predecessors. The following were th? ch amain pertuna:? or Mrs. Plttmpley, Mrs. Torrens, Amv Turn pit-ton Mrs. Perry, Sonny Walton Mrs. Dickens, V Hnlly Maggs MissOrilBn. Capt. 'l'empleton * Mr. Walton, Tristram Sappy Dr. Oriffin. E7- Cropper in Gallop <! During the intervals between the plays the refreshment "* rooms oil the upper ho\ lobby were tilled with guests, w ho had their choice of every thing suitable lor the occasion, such as tea, coffee, cake, lemonade, ice.*, fcc. Ike. ?a This h the first exhibition of Private Theatricals w hich ii- has been got up in this city, and from the success which attended it, we trust soon to have another. The inimitar* Me Box was, as a matter of course, "the star of the goodin lie companie," and many were eager to get a peep at the Jr literary lion of the day in character in w hich comparativeiui ly few can ever have an opportunity of seeing htm. AU may rea l his works, and receive enjoyment from their pent rus'al, hut it is not allotted to many to hear his own humor from his ewn lips, ami see him poraouify individuals reis semhling his original characters. After the performances closed, a select number of the I," select sat don n to an elegant supper, which w as aervad up on tho stage. The liand of the 1 fusileors formed the orchestra, and th? tnuaic was exeelbuit, hot too lottd. sr, Mi* Excellency the Governor General warmly Kpt i pl?ud?d the jiarlormers repeatedly, lie ^ Boston. lie [tj.rrresi ( of tlie Herald.] *? Boston, May 23,4 o'clock, P. M. t- Elder Nicktrton, the Mormon, gtnng ahmd? 77w Lasi did and Sandy HVrfi. [)* Elder Nickeraon informed me this forenoon, that it" should make a great sglr in Boston during the entitling week. The Elder is one of Joe Smith' moat I . _ f T U- 1 - ?J -O . .1^ y.^mou* ujh nr?*. in* nay? uc hub nif^Hgru jDoyujroji IIJ, Hall, and shall hold a series of meetings, to endeavor ; to wake up the drowsy spirits. He talks of enga,(i ging Dr. Collyer to perform the miracles? henl the Li ?i_rk a"d raise ?he dead. The prophet Miller tw at Xrwburypnrt, preparing the pious citizens of that place for the " final consummation of all things," h which, from various i-igns in this neighborhood, it is evident is near at hand. Let the wicked stand from under. r.?- The \\ra?hingtoniuns are to have a mas* meeting at Kaneuil Hall to night. Handy Welch Is to speak. [" lie is quite a lion here, andi* said to be very popular iJ- among the I.idles. L:iet night ho spoke at Marlbro' ('Impel, and urged the dear creatuftss, in hispeculiarN ly eloquent manner, to ,gn the pledge. He eays they must do it, and then there will be no fear o| the , 1, gentlemen, as fhev always follow the ladies whererd, ever they go, aiwf imitate whatever iliey do. A huge "" paw from New Hampshire also addressed the meet* Inr II K'"- ahead of Hawkins, who i* now a int! rnrrv ninny in cunipnrupon h ore8 the xenipcraiice revival haM "wokffi?p. Yours resell ullv, B. ?n . Tin. tiovESNoa amp CprvciL or MASsACHt-srrrs ), i,nvl. pointed Commin*ii>nerM with full powers to I sanction kiich arrangement ns the i.Tfn?r*n>ovcrnI incnt may make in relation to the North Eastern of I boundary. I The < ommissioners are Mrarn. Ahbot Lawrence, ''>B I John Mills, formerly I'nited StatcsPistrict Attorney, I and i third, whose name we know not. We. also hear, that Abbot Lawrence h <s been prevailed on to fake the nomination for .O^rem, I in >lf. NVintiirop's place. .4 \

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