Newspaper of The New York Herald, June 8, 1842, Page 2

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r<r T i'A I'm ;>:;u)ii>*r ill the t. *> ? ?hen I cui* to t .\. 1 went there to M o too |M't-oner in compan; WKli Mr. Arg.-un Wo hud an order to go. Mr. Argent. go* it from tli" D.atrict Attorney. Won' to a c?U in the 10 n'ji My \ ml here wan not cosurote4 u itU any business to h Mr. < aid well. I told Mr. Argenti 1 should li1 of aee the gentleman, in<l ho said he wuul I take me iir. Argenti i. ui aci|iia:utaucu of mine. I became ac* j .(in,r. i with hi i at Baltimore about the time L?ey wen ! .tut: ii(i John I'. Caldwell. Mr. Argenti i* a elerk ol I a, il o 'icii it < 'o., in thi* cit>. I called on Brown, f B. i . U Co. ar a lriond when I cairn* oa to this citv. j i i oiioot *h" conversation. Th?r did not auffgo*'. j i 1 go to th lomb v 1 met Mr. Argenti ?nl an up* ..i n in; untie lor mi. to call ou lnni aad he woula ... witii mo. D;.i Aot see Mr. Lownds w hile in the city, w.nit in the Totnbt more thts ten minute*. 1 remarked on tli : *.e of the room, the confinement, auJ the w eather, t u i is u i. Did not mention to hiin that i lial seen him i . ui* it B?U. more. Mr. Argenti w ent in the cell with 1 Mr. .Mr. CailweU wat dietwxl. if I recollect right, when 1 i him in Baltimore, in a Blue body cout w ith bright button::, light pmtalooin, and a black hat. 1 ihiu't n.i that 1 hare auen an aivertinemeut describing i lohnf. ; I niui'-ioned the dilt'orence in the whii. I ,b;oiii whe i I saw* him in the Tombe his whiskers i. In i g -r in i darker than when I taw him in Baltimore*, l.V.i ditl -.vnc.* struck me immediately I saw him ; there < wa? i < iiaV-i tMii-f : ii the color and also ia the shana; in Bal i ! In ,'iaJ 1,0 v. ln?kers undsr bis chin; wbeu I mw i I, Corahs, he ho i ; bis whiskers then csme about , 1' war .Ijwii the lace, (discribiug it on his own lace.) II, \ b k ,k. - I am positne that, jiointing to tho prison, , .11 , .|ni not observe the color of John I', i it in i' . s eyes particularly,bat think they ware rather I : i Ii . complexion was not so dark in tlio Tombs as i I ma him in Baltimore, which I attributed to his i i. ut ; John I'. Caldwell tore this draft oil the let< w hich s in in his possession, it being attached ; 1 am piito certain of tliat. lleru a' isa a coutroversv, Ogden Hoffman stating it was n i so n i l tlio witness had not statwl it. Mr. Krnmett i 1 >i wool thank Mr. Hodman to attend to the evidence i i n..-. to en itrudict hi:n in his remarks when repeating she evidence. '.' in resumed.?It wailrom the general contour ... In- lac, tha' I rorognisod the prisoner; in merely passing en. ling the prisoner w ithout a.i examination 1 might n 'i .ogi 1 him; if 1 had not had any patticlur obit ,i'W . u I ha 1 met the prisoner in u room I think on . ."'j iilvic'. I should not hava recognised the pi i . I think Argonti liaj not beert to the Tumi ? nrevious all >vi ' tvith me, but my impression n that lie hail seen >ii'fl liefo' i; ; dju'l ri'cu'.leet that he said In- had not seen .'i id rtj'i' tli?. 1 w as going to the ruoin to *oe Jno. P. Caldwell. Hirer'. i". tj\i rtmmtd -I saw tliat man at the Tombs, ' >nl o doubt that is the man who presented the heck Ui Lit. I i. uw h an from his general appearance? "lis n*.su i Ji cut?I went inside the cell; he spoke tonic; did not cull me by name; the compliment*of the season piuMud between ns ; there u as no allusion made to this ti > i , he had on a frock coat and was lulls' dress'i, he ha I his hut oil ? h?u I *aw him iMiforo ;,I think he hi. . :.t..cli on in the Tombs; in Baltimore 1 don't romeinhe. . Ii lia.1 on bis nock; 1 was not positive at the ii-ie I s iv. him in thcTomha that it was the man, I had a > he.h r. um, but since I have -.ecu him here 1 am ceri.:i l it is '.In- man ; his whiskers did not meet tinder his iuIi u I saw hi in in Baltimore; they were not so large , i ... > inaotr ; thej came (est about to taa i 1 . ,i. . ;; t no', observe that he had any thing round his , to conceal his whiskers ; lie might have hail them i a ic'.-ng, but 1 did not notice them, he wore hit hut ra- , t.i ..-low do", u on his head ; I di 1 not observe any writing i \u" 'he draft. whirls he took ort the loiter; thu letter | i.'.iredto he a singlo one without any other enclosures; I U. l iei. see any writing below the draft on the sheet | oa; 9t ; it must have had some ou it but 1 have no re- i Colioctioaof seeing uir. Willum Mii.ks u a; callad and sworn -I reside in Bah < i. c; iii bank notes and exchange; the firm is E. lickle k Co.; deal generally in buuk notes and chocks, ii i t cold end -ilver; this check was presented to me on tli.- dl t V ia u? , 1*11. my place of business is scarcely one i'-sn l ? :i the ot' Ilaltimore; it u as presented soon (hi bank v.-ss open; bank hour* are from 9 to 3; he ' w uti - i ^olu lor it, und left it for us to are if we could get ! jt To. him; he sai l sovereigns would not Jo, nor Virginia 1 '.. be ::d they were curious people they had to deal ! .. ",h, .i i u anted \morican gold; we gar? a check ou I a >a ii ink ot Maryland for $3000, and paid the ba- ' outol the drawer) he had the cheek in nil [ . m . i t :: lotsr l it v lien it s\ us paid; I saw him endorse I , i ...i -1 J. P. Csuiws.i.i.;idH>ut an hour and a half, 1 two I. .--jr . elapsed lietween the first an 1 second inter- ' In: \va. about ten minute awilh meat each interv.ev., lh> ne\ttime 1 saw him was yesterday morning; 1 r onij aa-A hi* I llrst saw him to know him this mor- ? nng. Thi is the tnau ; 1 have not the least doubt in the * . >>i I! :hat i? the man. D; i ir. i A i toascv h m re-J tV fait and chock ' Ot which the follow ins are copies: ? f3305, 5M00] Nk v Vim, Aug.99,1841. j Pay to tho oi lerof Mr. J .dm P ' it !w<-H, in currant j fund", thirty-three hundred a:.d five dollars A4-100 value f received, and charge to account of Yours reipectfullv, JOHN T. tj.MJTH & CO. To Messrs. F.. Micai s Si Co. Baltimore. j, [No. 919.] F.. MtciiLK Si Co's Exchange Office, ) '' % B?t.mioiiK, Aug. 31, 1841. ) C INms Bisk. c n to 918, or boarer, Three Thousand Dollars. E. MICKLF. & CO. a ? r itf.f 1 think it was early this check was a , rest nt- tin- hsnk opens about nine, anil i think it was t ' it time, it :i)i]iearsto mehe was dreued in a frock \ ? ..! don't r Hi -Miller the collar; he appeared uncommon:j ..t'l'i-rl; no metal buttons on ; pantaloons not very dark, si . r sort o! mivture ; he took his hat oil'and laid it on > C -oiiver; can't say I remember the color; it was an f< ilatry hat, or it would hare struck me ; 1 noticed the Ml' Hi ills Willi Ivors tin y npi'tnrtd not quite in flti.iriihing <i. lhcy ?-a at inisent. (A laugh.) Not quite so much of 'hem. iliey oillcrcd because they were less ; he had no - .1 i- . s under his clcn to mv recollection ; can't say c .'i-.uer thf > went round, hat aid notappoarto mrtogo s . . bone 1 did not observe their api-'.irin-o \ try carefully; did not notice any thing e.i 'irular iiliout his stock , did not notice the color parti- ' culjfly ; they did not. appear very different to the color 1 j v ; .he\ w ere not entirely black. t t:r. K.M-.i ir?That is no color ; were they brown, or rat o. sandy, orloxcy 1 (A laugh.) I li". p. ,'. " ! just n? they seemnotv : they tvcrc ' * -rj vk, l u' not black ; have not seen him bo- ? t ivc a the tiuf I 'aw him in Baltimore, and till I u : i . v.-sicr! ly as I was coming into Court; and they hi I. there he goes, (he was going out) and I saw his back, ' and .".! ? ight ft im his general appearance he t\ As the man ; ti I r. in him without having iny attention directed to (j jiiii, a it ha- boen in Court, and had met him casually, I hi. is 1 -should have recognised him; if I had met him in 0 i; i Kay or on the Astor House steps, I should have re? >gi 1 liint without havng my attention directed to e 111 in ; the nrt time 1 saw him wus about half an hour or iv cut j minutes, and th? second time as long; he said he 0 in'.-1 fold., because heliad curious people to deal with; my 1'irtner was in the otfire, no oilier peraon ; no other mil. ersatiuii but on this business ;he was perhaps half an i -stir, perhaps not ; it is common for |>eoplc to sell us diciiU; 1 generally take such noticu as to recogai/." (arsons who come to Sell us drafts; I generally remember striking faces, if I take particular notice; if this had been an honest draft, and no future proceedings taken, I should hnvu known him. He ietuiu led me of two persons whom I hud known, one of them is to Peru, the other in Klorence.aud I talked to my partner about him after he had mine. I km> him of himself without any rettrontc to the similarii. The l.lanty doe* not aid me iu reoogiiiiiug him. tie r- <einbles those two persons in the manner and prim al .ippcnrnuc .ink in his couv emtrtiou? should not mistake hi" man lor either of those persons. Uirerl examination returned?Don't rcmeinlier how won 1 learnt the dralt * is forced. U was a very few daysaf r. lie wax' tv strongly impressed upon my memory. 1 ivji accompanied by several persons when I Came ycs-r.liv ti^ * ... Court, but was separate.I from them in'the ' iro?<l. Th -io were other persons w ith him when 1 first ic.-o^-i'.-cd him to-1.iy, wlieu he rose to face the jury. J Cnjvfrtn 'ini >on.?Never saw Mr. Lowndt in Baiti i-?r? . \Va jui strl to be present at the examination iH Pnil 11 -lphic hot I refused. It was not hrcauao I could not ? inllect the I?TS0I1. Cant say 1 u as asked to go to Thila- | (t.-fphia. It )t't remember who I talked w ith about going, i . ... not hnl any conversation with Mr. Brown. 1 al- ' Wis* thought 1 could remember and recognise him. 1 ' pew I wis to be n witness two day s before 1 lift Balti- , -e. I dont know the voiing gentleman w ho gave me a oubpa-na. Oil not con- eke m vsdf IkiuiuI to come here, "j ni't come on compulsion, lifts e not received nny mo to pny my expenses. My ol(ject in coming on w as chiefly to littcn'l this trial. It ivas a printed paper. I did r.,i- conceive I w:n bound to comoonlwas aware I was not compelled to come on. I did not think I was compelled ' i ootDe. I r ?me partly to give testimony in thiscase and partly other business. It ss as not to oblige any pellicular 'riend. The person who gave me the paper was an entire .'.ranger. Mr. Brotvn was In the office when thediscovery of the frxo I was made. This sttan^cf talked with .Mr. 'iickie an I tnvsclt ahou*. this trial. and wished one of us to come on. Don't think lie said ? hat w as the object of my coming on. Did no- tell mo it was to identify John I'. I CaMurall i/D?iiD Is'i. Jr., calls I an I sworn?I reside in Halt ia? ire .1 am in business o.i my own account in exchangire m itn , hme h.-en ?o about six weeks; at the itne ?f t.v transaction I w as dork w ith Carter, Morton 3t I j. ; the; were note ex chart (fern ; plnrrof business uearie opi nio |he Bank of Baltimore, in Market street; John r. Cal I well prr?' n'e.i a draf' on the morning of the 3l*t Ate;.i-t I lino it now?between #,and 9 o'clock, before bank time ; he came in nnd handed'ma the draft : 1 w as 'ir the door and Mr. Carter was In side ; Iwnlk.dto the i I 1.1k an l then han lo t it to Mr. Carter telling him it was 1 ill rignC nr. Carter pA?I if he was John P. Caldwell, and he ' i.l he was, an 1 Mr. t aider said as he did not know 1 him ho she old require a reference ; he said he was a 1 t ranger nl oi l not know any one , he then got into a 1 s givers* .on with Mr. Carter and asked if he had nor < ) )903 in Virgini i money or gild, as he was going there to Cjt ne/,roi.., which surprised no very much, and ocra ..'ted -n to like particular not., r f him ; he then left ae office and afterwards refu:,.el a iJ Iki J: -J' was nsi<|. tint 1 iti t not see it paid , I nc ' ? v m Philadelphia j i aw him yesterday and lo-!i ; t'lwt is tin g ntleman.? ! hfl District Attorney here ret t the follow nig draft Nit Tail, August#, 1S4I. -riooo. 1.1 current fun 's pay to the order cl John P. Caldwell, Ten Hundred Dot I six, value received, snd charge to ate-.-mt ef Yours, respectfully, t ABPKNTKR fc VF.tlMH.YA. To Put tra, Mobtimobi. Sl f o., Baltimore. .M-<xi/s'iM?fio?.?Had never seen the person who pt 11 I Cue 01 ft before .list August. He was a rein kail', d 1 looking man, very erect in his carriage. a.,lg. ,tiom rily Hit whole apjiearance w as unuanal, I did >> d know w hut to make ol him, whether he was n mstciisnt K.rtl, ? ? - ?v-i s? ? " - v- *.- a?* - . .? -u? U? r>n- . UT- IUO III ?l hiul~>n m hi 1 had teen that morning; it wae ronurkabte for a hen I torn 9 man to buy negro**, they ere pretty low !>>kin,' ?et . he appeared more gentee I , be vrv drnK >1 in a dark eutt , I think in black from hie hat to (A li.igh i I think it en block frock i j >', li i not positive black pantaloon* or dark block i; ir. no metal buttons iv*t examined in Philadelphia, and hi ait I raid I * * poaiti' C thi? ? a? the ptimner. 'r. RuMi tr *1' proceeding in hi* evunination ?x to hi* former evidence as to the dress, *h?Mr. Whwhi. objected, and >aid they had no right tocroxwxumiuat|Oii i>u this subject. JuJ_k>' Kt? r allowcd the examination! In Pennsylvania 1 do not recollect whether I Mid poei tivelv it wat the men or not, hut I think I said it was the man; when I saw him in Baltimore hii whiskers were not very large, not near aa large as they are uow ; can't say how far they ciune down on his fare ; he had whiskers; cant tell the color nor that ol' hit eyes; hit hair ?i< Jark ; he had hit hat on but I saw hit hair j hit complexion was ilark and a little tun burnt; 1 can't >ny how high he it, but 1 suppose about five lee' six or seven inches. 1 think it;wa* Hanson who weui with me to see him. I wax taken to see the man charged with the crime; I said to the person* with me that hit whisker* were larger than they were when he was in Baltimore. 1 said his whiskers 'in Baltimore were at it tliey were just coming out. I said they hud not oome to maturity. I said if tlieni whiskers were oil 1 should know him better." He was a very haudsomo man, whose whitkart were just coming out. They were young whiskers ; had not hoen long out. [The w itnees here said that Prescott Hall's whiskers were about the color and something like the prisoner's when he saw him in Baltimore.] I think I xuould have identified hi in if he hail been in the crow d and another insn at the bar- t went ? rlwls. lelphia at Mr. Brown's request, tnd alio it was at hia request I came here. I have aaid 1 could identify him to tome one who asked me; there wu* hut one man in the cell, and hat) a permit to see hint, utnl of courae 1 knew it must l>e the man; I recognised him immediately. ' Direct examination resumed.?Never saw him w alk before his arrest. Mr. Jamiesox testified to the endorsement on the checks paid by Carter. Mortimer k. Co. being in the same handwriting, on the one w hihh he hail paid. The Court then adjourned till ten o'clock to-morrowmorning. Superior Court, Before a full Bench. Mat 7.?Decisions.?Jacob ,4cktr ads. Stephen H'hile and Henry .4. Burr.?Relative to the ownership of the prize ox William 11. Harrison. Judgment for plaintiffs. Wis. IV. Gould vs. C. 1*. IVemple, et al.?Judgment for plaintiff. John Sneeden, and others, vs. (1. W Campbell.?Motion for now trial denied. Dfll'iN Poulson vs. John V. Metre.?Judgment afhrmed. Daniel M. II. I'amtrcn vs. John McDonald. Judgment for plaintilf, with liberty to amend on payment of costs u itniu ten days. .Idam Hall \ s. Com lland Palmer, el al.?Motion to set aside report of referees denied. John Matthews vs. Frederick J. Fainter.?Motion to set aside nonsuit denied. Conrt for the Correction of Krrnrs. The Lieut. Governor in the Chair. May 7.?Joan Childs, el al, vs. Frederick Starr, et al.The argument in this case, which was conducted by Mr. E. D. Smith, M. O. Hastings, and 8. Boardsley, was closed. John D. Miller vs. Sy I tester Clark.?The argument in Ikis case was commenced, and the Court adjourned Oensral Sessions, Before His Honor the Recorder, Judges Noah and Lynch, and Aldermen Smith and Crolius. Juki. 7.?At the opening of the Court it was foumi that iwing to the abience of witnosses oil the part of the proi.cution, a number of easei called by the District Attoricy were not readv for trial. The Court stated that they should order attachment* to is*tic in all case* where witMiMi had been summoned in person and had neglected to itteud when no summoned. 80 witnesses win look out or squalls. The w itnesses not appearing in the case of Margaret ind John Tigh.for an assault and battery on Mary Reyifdds, they were both aischarged until sent for. No other cases being reudy, the Court adjourned till eleven o'clock this morning. Spttlal Rtwlons, Dcfore Judge Noah and Aldermen Smith and Crolias. Jrar 7th?A woman named Ann Capill, convicted of dealing a piece of calico worth two dollars, Irom the ilore of Abbott & Mulligan, of J13 Greenw ich street, was ent hack to prison for :)0 dny s. William Anderson, u colorsi man, who was caught in the store of John Wilson, 104 -'ront street, a few days since with half a bos of cavcnlislt tobacco in his possession, pleaded guilty to the lareny, and was sent back for 90 days. Thomas Townsend, dack, for beating John II. Clark, also colored, was sent up or 110 days. John Salter for stealing a ham from the store if William Bryain, WW Mat up also for thirty days. John ihort, for beating his wife Catherine was sent up for three nonths. John Brown was found guilty of stealing a tone cutter's hummer, belonging to Stephen Holt, was ent up to thu jurisdiction of John W. Brown for thirty lays, to learn the use of the instrument in the stone quar ics on the Island. Dennis Dunn, for stealing a number ol >ottles of wine from the cellar of the Globe Hotel, was (ent bock to the City Prison for twenty days. Dominick ilitchcll w as convicted of stealing a coat worth $20, from 1 colored man named Henry Anderson, And was sent up or thirty days. City Intelligence. Anotiii'ii Dcel NirrcD in the Bt'd.?The recent tillilay of honorable men in settling disputes of honor in an lonorablo way at the seat of the national government, has rcated such a rage for such ainuscm* nt in our Gothamite ity, that no less than three challenges have passed within is many weeks, all of which fortunately have resulted in he shedding of more ink than clarct. The evil genius gain presented hiinselfon Monday, as follows " Monday, Ncvr Yoax, Jun>>6th. lm Mini Ritvs :? 1 received rnur challenge and accept of it with picatire?you will meet wi.u at the corner I' 111m and Centre, nt the hour of ft this evening nuuuui til. and if you do not I shall consider you a coward. Yours, Mits Rlblcca Gibbons. The parties are ol that sahlu hue and genua, vulgarly ailed fancy wenches, and Miss Mary Rufui, beingaconiderable shade nearer white than Miss Reliecca Gibbons, ,ml believing that the corner of Elm and Centre street* vas not to be found in these diggins, she treated the chal enge with supreme contempt and refused to fight, "he" ause she was not exactly of her color." Miss Rebecca libbons stung to the quick with such a taunt nndcow ardy attempt to evade an honorahlo meeting, immediately eizod a carving knife to run her antagonist to the heart, i hen officer Stevens seised her, and Justice Merritt orered her deposited in a cool stone cell, all down below, a reduce her courage to a state of cougrcsaioual modcraion. Love, rum and the hot weather of Monday was the rigin of the affair. School Qi xsTidx.?The following votT? was found in he ballot box of one of the districts Of Ihe Third Ward, n Monday last. Common Schools. For Commiasioners. William Leaterhead Stone, Isaac A. Nonsense. For Inspectors. Hellish Bother, Rer. William C.>. For Trustees. John W. Leadenwit, Thomas < . Dormouse, Moses A. Iloppole, Smith Dummy, Damning Duer. Down with the fipVita to Hell with the Tope 1 Vote I citizens vote 'gainst the lady in scarlet, I And save our free states from th.. r>M munch hnrlni I School Comssiisioxbr Klrction.?The following is he result in the thirl wttrd Commissioners elected? William L. Stone 200: Isaac A.Johnson J9.Y Inspectors Kills Porter 29-1-. William Samuel Johnson V*#. Trusi-es?Smith Uuiniin|f]9j; ThomM 0. Dsiwm 41; Mosrs \. Hoppock iOl; Denning DaerMt John W. Lcnvitt -278. Cms Lit. vox to BoatXtth.?The New burgh Amateurs ."lullhave challenged the New York or uny other lioatmen to row a match race with a lour and a six oared lmat, i distance of six miles, more or less, at the annual regatta m the Hudson next month. Where are the spirit* of White Hall. 9tateu Island, New Jersey, Ice. ' A Rr.wsau or Kivr. Hitsoaao Dolls as is oifkbkd m* two McnnraiBx named Robert \V. Green and George W. Kribbs who escape! from the county jail of Columbus, Lis., on the JPtli ult. They wcreehftrged w ith the murder of Henry W. Arnett, and were committed lor trial in January lost. Green is twenty-seven years old, six feet high, spare made, black ey e? and hair, narrow forehead, eye teeth very small, and weighs about oue hundred and forty. Kribbs is twenty-five years old, low built, five feet seven inches high, fair complexion^ light blue ey i-s, and a tailor by trade. Green it free and arable, but Kribbs has a downcast look, and speaks slowly in conversation. Two hundred and fifty dollars rcw ard w ill be paid for either of them by th* Mayor of Columbus, Oa Tiik (lasan Militsht Passes takes place this day. It will be a splendid affair. Axoriira or Rl'is's VICTIMS.?The coroner was called yesterday to hold an iiuiuest on the body of a woman mined Mary Daley, a nativeoflreland, aged tJ years, who luid died the night previous in the cellar of 42 Water St., ? nrrr in?-una uvol wnn ?rm. iiiirnrorK, ine ma rag nan." Hitchcock ami one of hb journeymen, a perfect londeicript, n am oil Henry Lloyd, te*tifie>l that " ino *?? tlwayt drunk," and that die went to bed in that lituation >n Monday night, and died drunk. Verdict ditto. Nrn UiLUUHtl, the notoriou* rogue of "pipe laying* memory, wa* " pulled* yesterday bv officer Sllrey, wltn i piece of tignrid cn>a? barred inn din in hi* poamaion, .tippoaed to hare lieen stolen. The owner enn recover 'lit property by application ut theolfice, and paying char. ; > . \ tnvn named .leste Hint wns also (topped hy otticor Valley, with aerenteen laitiaa'silk parasol* in hi* jmaaet*ion. I'. ?. Roi.di,h ? Liuao?A man named Kdnard Tow' i attached to the pow der magaziae at KIlia' Inland, in he nited State* service, ?n arrested on Monday and ommittoil to pri?on, charged with stealing a row boat i ainni at AJO, from Mat*hew Kertrnaon, ol 113 Monroe ?t., which he told to Mile. It out, of N'ot walk, Conn. .k""" -a dirt C,irlman named lamet noii iirrrvrn yesterday, and fined for driving a I lit rail without a lirrn?e (.r the \e'ter? II. <\, or nnmhrr i.arW' I til.'! 'i>*. The I .natty in the .-ate w a* f jO. hut he ?in allowed to depart on payment of the above amount. A I'MfitMon ll'.'.rt i Ai'tiHT. A toy named John liooney a (fed la ye*r?. notorious *> a potty thief, ? * areatcd yesterday with a pair of iron h?m?? in his povaat.ion that he ha 1 Volen frotn Hugh Barret' of :tu Waat Itifh afreet Th? young rogue Kit locked up Cdtsr Hrjivitv.?Thia important work m ahout to ie (ratiineil l?y Lioul. ? Jolmadoit and the officer* ol 1 he IS. hrig Washington, mow in this port "NEW YORK liKKALD.T *?w York, WrdiKMlajr, Jan* 8, 184)1. Herald Bulletin of He we. The Herald Bulletin of Newi ie kept el the north-wee' corner of Fulton end Naaeeu ttleidt On the arrival of the morning mailt, a eight o'clock, A. M.?and alto of thr veiling mail*, at four o'clock, P. M., the lated Intelligent from all parte of the world, may be found oa the iferali' Bulletin Board, a this corner. Let every wayfarer ito| and read. Advcrtitemanti of all kindt taken at the office. Herald General Printing Oilier. The General Printing Office, capable of doing all aorls [ rtf nrltilinir llinli am iw.nL-e nomiiklnll Kille <iq*<Iu af all 't.eacriptioiu, in now opeu (ttna lforaM Building*, ?n trance from NukiHuitroet?Jofvph Llliott, Printer. An Extra Harold Will be published to-day, containing the additional evidence and developments on the trial of Col. Monroe Edwards. The Trial of Colonel Monroe Edward*. The trial of this singular,successful, expert, handsome, extraordinary financier, commenced yesterday, and bid* fair to he one of the most interesting and exciting that has ever occurred in this or any country smce the days of l-'uuntleroy. A full report ot the opening speech by Mr. Allen, and the evidence of the first l*t of witnesses, is given in this day's paper. An Extra Herald will be published to day, with the developments that may be given this morning. This trial creates u great sensation in all financial and philosophical circles. The crowd yesterday that listened to the curious evidence was immense. Some persons, indeed, went so far as to knock down the police in order to procure admission to the Court room. This inter-st is awakened, no less by the personal history of Col. Edwards?his wonderful financial and fashionable achievements in both hemispheres?than hv the extraordinary array of counsel on each side. N'tr fewer than eleven lawyers, gathered from the four winds of heaven, are engaged in this extraordinary ease. The very collision of such a collection of brilliant minds, ia enough to " fright the isle front its propriety "?perchance to produce an earthquake, a hurricane, or a shower at least. Wit will sparkle against wit?mind oppose mind?law meet law?learning?outdo learning and eloquence out-talk eloquence. The developeinrnts in the sacred mysteries of modern finance are also rich in wisdom and wonders. What the issue may be, no one can tell?but no doubt the " devil will take care of his owm" Among the immense crotVd present, there were ( the following:? Judge Tallmadgc.of the Superior Court. Judge I'lshoefler, of the Common Pleas. David Graham, Corporation Attorney. Henry M. Western of the New York Bar. Rev. Dr. Wainwright, of the Episcopal Church. Col. Webb, of the'Rcgular Army. Joe Hoxie, Esq., Ex-Tippecanoe vocalist. Philip Hone, Esq., Godfather of the whig |?artv. R. M. Blatchford, of the famous pipe-laying committee. These are only a few of the distinguished personages present. To-day a greater crowd will he there?the City Hall will be full?the Park will be crowded?and all New York will be on the </ui virr. livery extraordinary bit of evidence, or Hash of wit, was passed out yesterday, away down among the crowd, us you would a hat to receive a shilling for a subscription. To-day, the whole town will be on their legs, listening to the good things. Judge Kent presides with great dignity, impartiality, and decorum?all the lawyers on each side are cool, collected, and courteous. Pray Heaven, in its kind mercies, may keep them so throughout this trial. The lion of the day, however, is the gallant Col. Edwards, of the reg'lers; who tskes the whole affair as coolly as he would the odd trick at a game of whist for five dollars. May his Holiness the Pope remember us all in his prayers?for we want, in these latter days, all the s aid ne rail give u? . . v A Splendid Cpstom IIopse Skkude.?A very cAwiuive set*,,.. ?r aoot|!, wafl lnnd<; ^ * 'he Custom House officers under un. direct ion of the c Collector, which caused no little sensation in the | neighborhood of the foreign importing houses. , A. L. Frosch, an importer of French and German < goods in 1'earl street, was arrested and committed 1 n Monday evening on a charge of defrauding the revenue, by false invoices i and false entries, and for perjury, in swenring to the same indifferent times. The information was given from the np- ( praisers, who had been suspecting some foul play for some time. On a late importation by Frosch, three packages of goods were sent to the appraisers, which tallied with the invoices, but on further examination of the balance, it appears the articles or prices were entirely different. It was also ascertained, we learn, that entries, lodged at the Custom House by Frosch for various goods, had been taken thence, and in his possession. The Collector on first repairing to the store of Frosch, gave him an hour to return the same; and in the meantime a warrant for his arrest was issued by the District Court, and he was committed on Monday night. On yesterday he gave bail in the sum of $10;00n: A few hours previous to his arrest a quantity of goods had been sent away from his store, and the officers of the Customs arrested seven packages on a cart in l'earl street. During the whole of yesterday the officers have been taking possession cr till the goods and packages in :he store of Frosch, and safely securing them at the Public store. The amount s?iztd is thought to be about $UO,<HK). The goods arc mostly bombazines. i iim im nmu m ue oui nnr 01 many ewes wnicn | will come off among the inspectors of foreign goods, i The Government should return to the warehouse .-ystcrn a* OnfO. Ci.ear Ways?Iron Stkamkrs.?It lins been stated that there is not h single vessel on the stocks in any ship yard in this city, excejrt one small steamer and that there are no contracts for futtire. building. This statement is not fur Irotn the truth a? regards wooden vessels; hut there are vessels of a more durable material now under completion in this city, namely, four iron steatite!*, intended for inland navigation, constructed under the direction of Mr. Ericsson, for Captain Stockton, two of which were launched last week, and two others intended to be launched next Saturday. These vessels are 97 feet long, 29 I t beam, S feet hold, each containing 53,000 pounds of wrought iron, of which material they arc entirely composed. The first boat, the lllack Diamond, when launched, drew, with deck, hatches and rudder, only OS) inches, and the second, the Vulcan, only 15k inches, including the depth of the iron k'-el 2) inches. This extraordinary light draft is a strong recommendation to iron boats, and Captain Stockton will be entitled to much credit for introducing them to the inland navigation, and thereby adding one foot or lb inches to the depth of our numerous canals anil shallow river-, and giving stimulus to the international commerce of the eountry, by introducing steam power on the cnnals, n thing hitherto considered impossible. The " Black Diamond" aawell as the " Vulcan" are now in the North Kivor, n-ar the Phenix Founilerv, where they were built, and their steam machinery and propellers very nearly complete. Cool-?Oneof ihr rising generation, a seller of ?ew?i?apers in Boston, fell overboard last Saturday. He bravely and successfully struggled to keep himself

above water until a boat could pick him up.? When safe on the pier he ran to his brother and said "George, I've lost all my papers." Tin: New York Ladies Temperance Benkvot.Evr Assoc iation will meet at Concert Hall, No 1)6 Broadway, near Walker street. lo-mrrrow alter noon, moo ciock, w compinc inc urfinuiuun of this Association. Ladies friendly to temperance nxl humanity are respectfully invited to attend lie*. I?r. M.trauley and a reformed gentleman, will address the ladies; hihI popular femprmnee song? >vill he uuiio Amen ' ? / JLiOnlsvltle. [Cur[<M|?uil?itc? of the Hanltl.J l??i?viujt, May tin, 1841 Mitt in ; 0/ tht Clay Club? Sltamboat Expiation? Fire?7 he Hactt. James Gordon Bennett 1)ear Sir,? On Saturday, the 88th inst., the Henry Ckjr Club. Wtely established, held a meeting at the WaAingtan [lull. The meeting is said to have been one of tht largest, most respectable, and enthusiastic ever seen in Louisville. A lengthy preamble and several resolutions were read and adopted by the meeting. These preambles and resolutions censured in the wfritntroct forma tViM tirirnimatnilit?n of President Tv ler, and tliat, '* in consequence of misrule and bad government, our beloved country has been precipitated from a condition of unexampled prosperity to one of universal destruction and ruin, in which all the branohes of industry and enterprise fail to secure their proper and accustomed rewards, and against which they struggle in vain;"?to let you and your very many thousand readers know the severe language they used as regards our ('resident, 1 copy one of the resolutions adopted at the meeting Resolved, That John Tyler, our President by accident anJ not by merit, has, by his weakness and obithiacy, proved himself to be unfit for the duties of the station he occupies, and, by his abandonment of the principles of thr party which elevated him, has won for himself, not th* honor which belongs to a benefactor, but the execration which overwhelms the undeserving. Whether this is just or not, I leave for you and our readers to decide; the meeting did not stop here, another wreath of shame or praise (as the case may be) was to be added to their brows by the adoption of a still more unworthy resolution in reference to Martin Van Buren, and certain whigs of this city who addressed to him a letter of invitation to a public dinner on his arrival in this city (which invitation, Mr. Van Buren, however, respectfully declined). Resolved, That the letter, addressed by the Hon. John Rowan and others, inviting Mr. Van Buren to accept of a public ilmner, as a testimonisl of the regard and approbation of his public life by the citizens of Louisville and the county of Jetferson, so far is it purports to speak the sentiments of the whigs, was unauthorized, and in direct opposition to the sentiments of every true whig. What action the committee, who made this invitation, will take on the above resolution, remains to be seen; that they will take some action upon it is certain. On Saturday, although it rained, Mr. Van Klirpn imihI u viaif tn V'uut AlKuntr ut (Ko rnrinoat nf r*,w ? 4 lw iui'miji ?? "IV v. numerous citizens, and was cordially received by them. J. K. Paulding, on his arrival here, was severely indis|K>sed, ana obliged to retire to liis upartnients ;>s soon as he arrived; he waa therefore unable to participate in the honors shown to Mr. Van Buren. A very distressing and melancholy affair took place last evening at our wharf. The steamer West Wind, Capt. Philliiw, from St. Louis, bound to Cincinnati, collapsed her flue, and scalded some seven or eight deck passengers, two of whom were women, both badly scalded. Of the men, only oue escaped with slight injtiry, the rest suffering severely and not expected to live. Two fnen leaped overboard, and are supposed to nave been drowned: the body of one was found this morning; one of the firemen was hurt very much; a woman, a Mrs. Hnit, iwam unaided to the shore; the third cook was inured by a flying brick: none of the cabin passengers were injured; the neglect Hnd carelessness of the ?ngineers is alleged to have been the cause of this <ad cutastrophe. The West Wind's trip from St. l-ouis here is the quickest on record, being 46 hours unning time; from port to port 83h. 05m.?time lost, lead loss, occasioned by packing cylinder head lh. 55m., thus accomplishing a distance of miles n the short space of 46 hours. A fire occurred last night; it originated in a blackunith shop, and communicated to three or four utiall brick houses; amount of loss not known. The ire was the work of an incendiary. To-day our aces commenced over the Oakland Course, with a iroduce stake of twenty-five subscribers, at ?(500 ach, $100 forfeit, which wart galloped for by llessrs. Blackburn & Greer's eh. c. Frosty, bv eclipse, out of Martha Halloway. At 1 o'clock :Hme off the Oakland plate stake, a silver pitcher, alued at fifty dollars, for colts and fillies 3 years >ld, entrance fifty dollars, half forfeit, two mile leats; 6 subscribers; 3 started. Result lenj. Moloney's ch. c. 3 years old, by Modoc,dam by Rattler 3 1 3 'red llerr'* ch.f. 3 year* old, by imported Barefoot, dam by Arab. 13 2 .. O. Wilhite'a 1). f. Ji ytSr.1 old,-by imported Bare njui, uum uy Di'nrai^, . ^ ujb. .. Time 4 00; 4 00; 4 09. Wilhite's nag was the favorite against the field, ilthough Frdd Ilerr was not without friends, Benj daloney was scarcely thought of; Fred Herr was xpected by the knowing ones to win the race in wo straight heats, but owing to a very bad start she IfmjcRiPiBIL To-day's races far the prorack alia It. M. ihtslantier enters Breath ; M. lerryman. Tiberius; Wm. Btiford. Big Alick; Mr. lerr, Nick 1)nvis. Breath last fall made th'e quick;st three mile race ever run on this or uny other tourse. Fast running is expected. All are crack tags. Breath, I think, will take the money. Yours, LorisvtixK. Providence. fCorre?j>omlence of the Herald.] peov'DvvcK, June 6, 1842. Shocking Intelligence?Sudden renewal of Kotlilitiet? Terrific attack upon a detachment of the Patrol IVatch, and rapture of fire rnnei and a jack knife. Mr. Bennett? 1 hasten to inform you of a sudden and unexpeced renewal of hostilities, on the part of the suilhige nen, which tddk place last night. You ore probacy aware that, for some time past, Ih sddition to he regular city watch here, we have also had, for he better security of the city, and in order to present any attempts by incendiaries to burn the sams, i volunteer patrol, composed mostly of young men, nany of them front some of our first families; none jf whom, however,'have ever "been in action' nore than once. Last ni/|ht, as a detachment of fve of these were proceeding up Af well's Avenue pleading on to the Battle Ground, about to become o " famous in story"! and talking over their exploits on that memorable day; they were surrounded by a parly of eleven df the enemy, who seized upon their canenin an instant, swore horriblv.andstreaked it like a flash of lightning. One of tnc patrol lost liis jack knife in the scrape. The affair has created no little excitement, and will probably lead to acall forl'nited States troops! Seriously, there is a dreadful thirst for blood here among all parties, and 1 am satisfied that nothing would more effectually allay the excitement which lias been raging here so long, and cool down the two hostile factions sooner, than a grand set-to between (he two contending forces, and I do most sincerely hone that it will soon come off. Yours, Sec. P. S. N. B.?Any information in regard to C>ov. Doit and his sword will be thankfully received by numerous, anxious and inquiring friends here. Tiik Watst-ite?Ixinn John Hay.?During the last two days, the guns from the big sliipa off the Battery, have been sounding salutes at intervals, since the arrival Of the Warspite, in giving honor to different visiters of distinction. Lord John Hay, commander of the Warspite, visited the North Carolina yesterday morning, when fouiteen guns were fired. As we saw this gallant officer in full uniform and one sleeve hanging, step from the barge at the Caatle Garden, it brought to mind some thrilling incidents of the late war. Capt. Hay Was a midshipman on board the Shannon, when she captured the Chesapenke, commanded by Capt. Lawrence, who with the brave Ludlow, died fighting on the deck. This same officer now returns after a lapse of nearly thirty years, himself a Post Captain, and anchors his battle ship in our merry waters, in friendship and in peace May Britain and the States ever be in peace?the bunting and the stars in sunshine stream together, aa on to-day?May the guns from ship to ship be ever but salutes, and may all their warlike marches b? changed to " tuneful measures."?En acant. DtcrARrrnE of Packets?Travel. to Hi rope.? The steam ship Belgian Queen, and packet ship George Washington, sniled yesterday?one at noon anil the other nt two o'clock. Charles Dickens and lady went in the tieorge Washington. Roth ships took Hbout forty passengers. The packet ship England, ('apt. B. L. Waite, which is to :<ail for Liverpool on the lfHh inpt.. has already engaged twelve or fifteen passengers, and from the known popularity of the ship, she will go full. Yesterday the officers of the Warspite visited her, and were highly gratified with the ship and her commander, who sometimes cultivates n fnnn in Connecticut on the principles laid down by Bow Ainu in in- wutii on navigaut'ii Tint Qiro Wanna nto Ca?k nnpieil before Judei !\?*nt <in Monday, in which the IVntocralic and Whig comptrnllermre parties, will br derided on Saturday next." BY THE SOUTHERN MAIL. Washington. [Cormpoud*uce of the Herald.] Washington, (Monday.) 3. P. M. Proceedings In Congress. Mr Bates offered a memorial from inhabitants of New Bedford, praying that the Senate would not concnr in the action of the House reducing the ap i>ropriation for the naval service. Mr. Bates stated that there were more than 200 shijw, ranging from 1*1 i. i .u_ ( V.,... 'VVVWIWIW CIWU, unucu IU lliC IUWH VI a"." Bedford. They were utloat on every sea, and demanded the protection of the Government. Mr. Evans presented a similar petition from citizens of Portland. There were several other petitions, principally asking for additional duties on ditterenl articles imported. Mr. WooDiwiiY called up a resolution that the Senate will hereafter meet at eleven o'clock instead of twelve, and it was adopted without serious opposition. On motion of Mr. Buchanan, the Apportionment Bill was then taken up, and Mr. White took the floor in sup;iort of the districting proposition. He bids fair to continue nearly through the day. All l>arties seem anxious to go through the bill during the present sitting, but it can hardly be finished before to-morrow. Mr. Cowan gave notice in the House this morning that he would offer a resolution to re-establish . the one hour rule. An effort was made to adopt this rule early in the session, but without success, and it is doubtful whether it will prevail now. The Army Appropriation Bill was taken up, and Mr. Adams made a speech in faVor of the proposed reductions. The debate was continued up to the hour of one. when, by the i<rovision of u resolution adopted on Saturday, it ceased, and the committee proceeded to vote on the several amendments that had been offered. Every proposition to ctit down the army and abridge the pay of the officers, was carried by a large maiority. The amendment to bring down the army to the standard of 1821, prevailed r?v 102 to 64?this diminishes it about one half. The regiment of mounted dragoons was abolished by a vote of 91 to 65. Extra pay and extra rations under all circumstances, were prohibited bv majorities equally decisive. So the little army is to be cut down to nothing, because the Whigs* have taken a prejudice against the President. From Washington. 11 omipondsnce of tee Herald. J Washington, Monday evening. Coiigi'fm?Cn?lom Houm Investigation. No action upon the Apportionment Bill in the Senate yet. Mr. Wright has the floor for to-morrow. The House cut the Army down to nothing, and then laid the hill on the table, and ordered the amendments to be printed. A bill relating to Navy Pensions was then taken up and passed, and the House adjourned. All the witnesses in the Custom House affair, except Mr. and Mrs. Bleccker, have testified, and are ready to go kome. It is said that there was a very considerable quantity of hard swearing performed in the case, but the most adroit witness is no match for a skilful lawyer on a cross-examination. Baltimore. [Correspondence of the Herald.] Baltimore, Jeer 7, 1941. Mr. Editor :? There it a good deal of complaint among almost all class as of our citizens at present about hard times. It is lamen tably true that there arc at this time, in comparison with other seasons, a large number of mechanics out of employ, besides laborers, clerks, Ice. who hare nothing to doThere is no utility however in giving up to dispondency, or in reiterating every hour or fact which is so well known, viz : that the times are hard. People must live and liva morally or suffer the consequences. Instead of growling then and grumbling let us take things easy,that is as easy as wo can, and hope for the better. It is the doctrine of some, that whether in the enjoyment of happiness or the pangs of misery, there is a consolation in having company. Baltimore thon has company. If her commerce has been contracted so has that of other cities in a similar, if not greater proportion. Wo ore, therefore, not so bad off after all. All parts of the country are leaded with the promise of a most abundant harvest?eur markets are stored with every delicacy that the taste can desire, and every substantive necessary to suhsifteticc?iom t iri mutrivomutA youth named John J. Kerr, was arrested and committed to jail yesterday, charged with passing counterfeit money, altered notasof the bank of Milliiigtou. I quote flour at no change in the price of wheat ?very litttlr in maikct. Beef cattle ?4-30 a $6 per 100 lbs. The U. 8. Circut Court is now in session but nothing of void of interest. The weether ha* been reraii'gib'fy'cool for the season. This morning it is clear. Roderick. Philadelphia. [Correspondence of the Herald.] PHiL.tnKi.rHu, June 7,1842. More flagrant perversions of the election laws than were exhibited yesterday at our military elections, probably were never known in this city. The chief bone of contention was the election of three Brigadier Generals in three several brigade*. The result in the first only is known?whete Cudwallader beat FrHi and Lee by a considerable majority. In the second brigade, Col. Roumfort is believed to be elected. In the third, the " widest liberty" was allowed in voting. And it is strongly intimated that liberties not warranted by the law, were countenanced alter the ballots had been deposited. The returns as counted showed some very singular facts, and results widely different from what the shrewdest guesscrs could have imagined. In this brigade, it is expected, so flagrant were the IrregtilsrKies, that a new election will have to be ordered. At one of the polls, some two hundred more antes were found in the box than there were names upon the tally list; and at another poll, all the judges and inIpMtors refused to take the oath prescribed by law, and held therlection without it. The trial of Blaney, late one of our high constables, is now progressing in the Criminal Sessions, on a charge of misdemeanor in office, in conspiring with burglars to effect their escape, he. Brown, Richings and Mrs. Flynn are the principal performers at the Walnut street theatre at this time, and at the Arch, E. S. Conner, Mrs. Seflon and Jewell. The Walnut is doing much the best business. In stocks but little was done to-day, and that little w as without change in prices. The weather Is a little cool to-day, though pleasant. Business was never duller, nor prices of almost all commodities lower. Who threw that last Bhick.?The suddenness of the shower in Philadelphia last week, astonii-hed a loafer who was lying on n barrow, with his fare upwards. Finding himself drenched with water at a single dash, he sprang to his feet with his eyes half open and exclaimed, "who did that] ol al i ? ouuw me me rascal: Civiutiks.?Lord John Hay, of the Warspitc, accompanied by James) Buchanan, Esq , the British Consul, paid his respects to the Chief Magistrate of the city last Monday. He afterwards visited the Navy Yard at Brooklyn. He has Jput one arm now, and we understand he lost the other in a cutting out expedition in France. The Crops.?We receive about twenty Boston papers evcy morning. Very early yesterday Adams Ac Co. sent us a parcel?then the obliging officers of the swift Cleopatra? then HarndeniV Co.?then our iMual files came through the Boston. If the wheat crop be as large as the newspaper crop we shall not starve this year that is certain. Fanaticism.?It is said that in one of the churches in Boston, during the administration of the sacrament of the lord's Supper last Sunday, the cup was presented to the communicants containing acolored beverage, composed of water and barberry syrup, instead of wine ! What blasphemy ! If it be neees eiryto leave ort" wine, why not drink clear water 1 Why deceive the communicant* 1 LarrrtR frou thk Piukstof the Ot trace.?Wcinznephflin, the Catholic pne?t who recently committed agrees Mnd unholy outrage upon a female member of his church, at the confessional, has published a letter, in which hesHy* that his con. gregation arc " unanimously impressed with the belief of hiseniire innocence !" 1? he also impressed with the same belief? Stramck, Vkrv !?All the huttoiiwo<xl trees in New Jersey are dying this season. Ho far they hav? not exhibited the slightest sign of foliage. Th< same ut Uo-ton and elsewhere. Who can tell the caiwe ? Xiblos ?Rare doings here this evening. Edgt jives a fuoerb display of his magnificent art. Th? I'roniinades. Musicals also add their eharm* to th< tv-antii") of the R.trden. The ^election l?m? cnl* nun was much, and juutly ailinirrd. To-mormw even ng the Kavelf. Utl of Bankrupt*. SOUTHERN DISTRICT OK NEW YORK. Sri vaster C outer, lornardiiUK sgent, N, Y?July 8. Moses O. Banks, shoemsriter, Antoinne Boutete, segar manuf. " " Augustus E. Masters, merchant, " " Royal H. Waller, atl'y Acoun'r, " " 16 Oeo. O. VanAariuge, aserakaut, " 6 Daiiitl Latten, carncuh-, Hyde Park, " " Lyman Tremoin, (late Arm of Adams ATrsmain,) Durham, OrerneCo?July 6. Samuel M. Nelll, gentleman, N. Y.?July 8. Andrew J. Mead, merchant; N. Y. (compulsory, nu application of Davenport k Quincey, Edwin Hunt A Wethersll, Spiague A Co.l? July 8. John M. Furraau (late firm of John M. Kurman A Co) brokors,?July 8. Court CaJendcr?This Day, St rraioa Collar.?Nos. 6, 12, 91, 22, 23, J37, 20, 28, 27 29. 30, 31, 32, 33, 31, 36, 3f, 37, 13?, 39, 39. Common Pleas.?Part 1?Nos. 17,26, 121,27, 126. Part ) at 1 n'elneV Nna IN OS i?5335ST?? 00- MORLEY ERNSTEIN, OR THE TENANTS of the Heart, by O.P. R. James, Esq. ia published and for salt: At the New World Office, 30 Attn street, this morning, June 8, complete from the London edition, in three volumes. Price only 18] cents!?the same as the Libraries charge for reading any other edition This novel possesses an absorbing interest, and the low price at which this edition is sold will enable all to buy it. Sent to all parts of the country at newspaper postage, and copies done up in wrappers for the mails. Six Copies sold for $|. 00- LEARN THE WAY OF CLEARING THE system of diseases which leads to certain death. Theru nre certain medicines calculated for certain diseases, and if used at the proper time will cure such diseases, for instance, dyspepsia, bronchitis, asthma, whooping cough, croup, colds, and all diseases of the lungs and windpipe may lie cured by the use of Covert's Balm of Life. Tno testimonials of those who hare beeu cured bv this medicine speak volumes in ita favor, thousands of discerned persona have been restored to sound health by ita use. V?e say then hasten to 135 Nassau street and obtsiin a bottle of this invaluable medicine, and know for yourselves its twnelicial effects. N. B. Dr. Cooper's infallable Corn Salve is alto for aalo at the same place. 30- KEA SICKNESS POSITIVELY CURED BY Shermans Camphor Lozenge*, so celebrated (orcuring headache, palpitation, lowneaa of spirits, and all nervou* diseases. Captain Chadwick, of the Wellington, hasfully uhivfl many others. Dr. Shermanwarehouse is at 106 Nassau Ureet, New York?Branches 8 State it. Boaton, and 3 Ledger Buildings, Philadelphia, Hush ton k Aspinwalt in all three stores. Who Wants to be Handsome and Good Looking. (XT-MANY MAY SMILE AT THIS, BUT WE HAVE seou the experiment tested. We have seen several lately who have assumed what they never had before, viz. t beautiful clear skin and luxuriant hair. One young lady and gentleman whose skin and face was truly disgusting with eruptions and freckles, and the Italian Chemical Soap cleared it, and one cake too also changes the color of sun-burnt or yellow skin to a healthy clearness. We, ourself.ran speak from using Jones' Oil of Coral Circassia. Our hair was falling out and filled with scurf, and this entirely remedied it. It hss been used by the first merchants of our city, who tells us it certainly does make thw hair grow, and give light, red, grey hair a finn r a:... Thin is Fold very reasonable by Jones, Sign of the American K&gle, 83 Chatham street. 0q~ learn the wa\-~of cleansing the System of Disease* which lend to Certain Death.?Do not try all thing*, bat only such &< have been used and approved bv men capable of judging <>f the good or evil effect* produce.! by the u?e of certain medicine*. The question then is, which isthc right rvdicim-7 We an?wer Pease's lloarhound Candy. And the thcirsands of certificate* that have emanated from thoac wltff have been rescued Irom the fang* of consumption by its uie alone, will proclaim to the world the bem-iits the" human family have received from the invention and u?e ot thiG invaluable compound Extract of Hoarhound Candy. Whilst thouiand* daily yield tneir breath, Sweated and bliatered, purged a id puked to death, by men with trumpery dings, veinless as themielves, thousand* are springing into health, and cheating consumption oi its prey, by the Pimnle use of Pease's Hoarhound Candy. Tease's Car.dy wot ks in the blood and carries offby sure and gentle mens the inoibid matter which is the cause of disease. This candy is sold wholesale and retail at 45 Division strert. Agents,Redding, 8 State street, Boston: Zieber, Philadelphia; Raw Is, 67 State street, Albany-, Robins, 110 Baltimore street, Baltimore; Woodward, Saint Louis, Mo.; Jobson, 30 Saiut Charles street, New Orleans. 0Q- CHATHAM THEATRE ?Yankee Marble makes his third appearance to-night, and enacts Deutronomy and Samson Hardhead, in his celebrated dramas of the Wool Dealer and Game Cock of the Wilderness. John Sefton also appears in the vaudevilles of Catching an Heiress, and a Hole in the Wall, aided by Hield, C. Mestayer, Mrs Thome, Blake, and Miss Mestayer in the principal characters. CQ~ AMERICAN MUSEUM.?We never remember t<F have seen citizens and strangers more delighted than in visiting this fashionable place of resort. Tne Garden ou the top of the Museum is decidedly the most pleasant place in the city. Here ladies can retort unattended during the day, and after enjoying the splendid view nnd promenade, they can consult' the mysterious Gipsey Girl, examine the curiosities, and return in the evening with their male friends without extra charge. Such a diversi ty of novelties for twenty-five cents, it unparalleled. The stage performances this week arc unusually goodFor the accommodation of families and such persons as S*i?y *perffiVt?.ien''.J' atten<* in the evening, there will be Raw York Fast Office-, Jnnc O, 18411. to- ALBANY EVENING MAIL?An additional mail will bo sent to Albany on and alter the 9th instant, every day, by the 7 o'clock P VI. Steamboat. Letters csn be deposited at this office until half-pa?t 6 P. M. je7 lwr JOHN LORIMER GRAHAM. T. 51 City Despatch Post, 46 William Street. Principal OrricE?Letters deposited before hslf-pa-t -1, half-past 13, and half past 3 o'clock, will be sent out for lulivery at 9, 1, and 4 o'clock. Beaxch Offices?Letters deposited before 7,11, and * o'clock, will be sent out for delivery at 9, 1, and 4 o'clock. ALEX. M. UREIG. Agent. monkyVarket. ~ Tuesday, June 7?6 P. JM. The defalcation of the Secretary of the Ocean Insurance Company has engrossel public attention to-dayMany misrepresentations have, however,appeared in print in regard to the matter. We will briefly state the facts. Mr. Schermcrhorn was appointed in 1618, with a salary of about $3,000 per annum. On that salary ;his habits of fru?1:?.. J vi? >A ... ki. ..i -L ... guuij ...... w .uF|~... .... ,?.... ..JIIU wie jmi 133-i, to amau a mm of near $4,000. At that time the great speculation in Morris Canal came up, and in an eril hour a professed friend induced Mr. Schemisrhorn to speculate in that stock. He was unfortunate, and in a fewdays the savings of fourteen^ w,besides a small balance, were sunk. This shock had a powerful effect upon him and he took from the company a small sum, intending of course to return it. That sum eventually swelled to over $100,000?it consisted of 800 shares of stock issued, which is worth almut $-10,000, and the remainder was concealed by forced balances of his bills receivable. In the ten years which have elapsed since his Arst false step, Mr. Scher merhorn has been exceedingly frugal in his expenses, and his little savings have been passed to the credit of the company. The change w hich has taken place in the nature of the insurance business has led to the winding up of the company, when the stockholders were to hsve been paid of!. The approach of this event rendered longer concealment impossible, and Mr. Schnrmerhorn voluntarily diactosed the whole. The value of the stock in the market has been 80 per cent; to-day, however, '10 per cent was offered for it. A morning paper, in remarking upon this all'air, has the following :? " Mr. Sohermerhorn, feeling that he could no longer avoid detection, and that the rvhbery he had committed must become known, confeased to the officers of the com pany tnat ne nan emoeizien, or mora properly speaking. tialin a majority ofits capital. "He allege* that in 1832 h* was induced to purchase a quantity of Delaware and Hudson Canal Stock, the lo*s upon which exceeded hi* ability to meet, and ha took, from the Company the bin unt necessary to make up his deficiency The writer of Ihi* probably c id not choose to remember there i? any such stock as " Morrla Canal," therefore he stated it Delaware and ilxdwm. Now, the terms used in peaking of the transaction, are po .?ibly just, but a here is the moral difference between 'hia operation and that of an editor, who cornea into Waii stre speculates in Morris Canal trt'/A Ik* money of the icylt, loses a large balance 1 which he refuses to pay, and uremnaily takes the bonefi of the act to settle the acccint? One uses money In hi? i possession, promising himself to make i- good, and tlie other run* in dciit, and refuse* to pn\ tjui debt. The sales ot the Stock Board were small to-day, hn' prices were generally bette r. Dt'-a-vbre uud Hiul*on rotn 1 percent; Indiana Vs }; Illinois ii'? 1; Harlem J; Island }; Kentucky J; New Vork State .ij's per cent In domestic exchanges, during the week, some little improvement has taken place, and it is grati!;, big to observe that rates aro approaching a uniformity to which they have long been a stranger. Ouiaisr Hates or Bisi Norr* axd DoMr.srie Bills. Hank JVoter. Errkangr. Safrtv Kund ',s I .fine IMJ. Junt 1*11 Si-i-uriti Bank*- ??* ' Nrw Kniiland R.wtni ? a1* pare1., I U. 8. Rank ? a? ' rVmylvani* hjaH Philadelphia' " 'P*' *S'di* New Jrrary '?a I Mai) land .. S.V Baltimore Wf a S' 3J<aJ'.., Virginia JS** ? R'ehmrmd*;* '.V , North Carotin*. - a I North Carolina-. i'J, j>, .) ' Otor?ia ? a I Savannah ]'<* J j *J>, , Aiiku.ii ? at lj .iir, Snath Carolina.- ?Si? * Charleston- IVtalX I al'a Kloriia AtMhrhirola-.-.? a? ?a? Alabama 2J a30 Mobile ? *2fiU II allS Uoniaiana I ai Nrw Orl. ana I1** |U 1U< I Kentucky 1 ?? Liumrijlr. 3 a IS isil Trntymw Ill *17 Nanhrille 12*1.) (2>%alJ Muuaaippa * - -60 a'.?i Naichrr - a? ? a? I Miuonn 7 aS St. Loan .9 *10 0 a <i ( Ohio t ali) Cincinnati J1,' * ? a 0 la.liana ? a 7 ?? ? a? ? a? f Illtnoia .--II *41 ? a? ?a? Mirln.'aiisli *40 Retro-il n? ? a? 1 The (tif 11m* mi Mobile and Naahvilla am yet lormtdnhly high. At the latter point resumption or forfeiture mutt take place In regard to bank* by the middle of July, and

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