Newspaper of The New York Herald, February 14, 1843, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated February 14, 1843 Page 1
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Til Vol. IX.?Ho. 19,?WhoU No. 3?as. To the Public. THE NEW YORK HERALD?doily newspaper?published every day of tha year except Now Year's day and Fourth of July. Price 9 eenta per ropy?or $7 38 per annum? postages paid?cash in advance. THE WEEKLY HERALD?publuhedevery 9aturday Morning?price 6} cents per copy, or $3 12 per annum? postages paid?cash in advance. ADVERTISERS are informed that the circulation of .v-u~_.i i i. THIRTY THOUSAND, and increasixr ait. It hoe the large Hi circulation of any paper in thie city, or the world, and it therefore, the beet channel for bueineee men inthe city or country. Prices moderate?cash in advance. PRINTING of all kinds, executed at the most moderate prices, and in the most elegant style. JAMES GORDON BENNETT, PaopaiEToa or the Hkuald Establishment, Northwest cornet of Fulton and Nassau streets. AGENTS. 1 ne following is a lilt of the agents for the Herald, where subscriptions will be received, and single numbers arc lound lor sale regularly at what flact. agents. Boston, George W. Redding. Philadelphia B. Zieber. Baltimore W. Taylor. Washington, D. C G. B. Zieber It Co. Buffalo N. V T. 8. Hawks. New Haven, Conn T. 11. Pease. Hartford. Conn J. W. Judd. Albany, N. Y G. Jones. Troy, N. Y H. Green. Lansingbtrg k Waterford.N.Y. Thomas P. Richards. Newark, N.J D Smith. C.iskill, N. Y H. Howe. New Orleans J-C.Morgan. Cincinnati, O. Robert Carnahan.' I'aterson, N.J Matthew Dougherty. Norwich, Con Morgatt Satfonl. Rochester, N. Y .. . . L- Moore. Elizuhethtown, N. J Sam'iel Crane. New Brunswick, N. J William Solomoo, St. Louis, Mo Woodward k Mathews. Charleston Amos Head. Hudson, N. V George Clare. Augusta, Ga 8. A..,Holmes. Mobi'e, Ala Milton Bollumel. Pottghkeepsie Levi Smith. Tremon J- Raunsley. Pittsburg, Pa Jos P. Israel. Louisville, Ky.... W. A. Haldeman. Wheeling, Va Hiram Kaine. New London,Con L L. Sperry. Newport William A. Fry. .Utica J .11' Loak. Savannah, Ga Amos Head. Nashville, Tenu A. Billings. Syracuse James Robertson. aENEAAL PRINTINa establisiimp:nt, N. W. CORNER OF FULTON AND NAS8AU 8T8 Is supplied with every material necessary for the prompt, neat, sad economical extern ion ofevny description ol s>&a2asa33&. Pu lie stteuiion is requested to this establishment, in the cbsuraoce lhal ample saualac ion will be given?as rrgirds t;i>ography, press work, sod charges?to those who r. qnire fancy or cnmtnou, large or sma<l work cheaply and espeditionsly sicca.ed. LABELS, CHECKS, WAYBILLS. CIRCULARS. SHOW B LL8, BALL TICKETS. STEAMBOAT PILLS, BILLS OF LADING, RAILROAD niLLS, BUSINESS CaHDD, STAliE BILLS, CATALOGUES, PAMPHLETS, BILL HEADS, HANDBIL'S. NOTES. run THEATRES, CIRCUSES, CONCERTS, MUSEUMS, LECTURES, PUBLIC MEETINGS, Or anv other places where the largest description of printing ii rejui'rd. The facili;ies for lint tvork are not equalled bv any office in this city, for, betides the I irge assortment of P&AJ*] akie) ?vpa. That establishment haa the LARGEST Pit hSSES IN THE CITY. Great paius have been la lien to provide every material that can po.tibly be of aeivice,and thereiore persons having occasion lor Showbills, will bud it grtally to heir advantage to p ,troutxe this establishment. 5 j*"Any size or form of Bill can be furnished at vtry short notice^ _ f 3 t?~ CHAPMAN'S MAGIC STROF I THE UNDERSIGNED, and Wholesale DeuKit, having used aud sold L. Chapman's Metallic R itor Strop, do freely recommend it as being superi > to anything which has hitherto come uuoer our notice of a similar nature Sigurd? A at S Willett, importers of hardware, No 303 Petri st. AW Spies A Co, do do rig do Willis it Brothers, do do 216 do Oakley ft Loumis, do do f2 do Sheldon ft riiclie. do do 25 and C South William. Halsied ft Brothers, do do SI Pearl st. Kiissm, Brvee ft Jones, do 224 do Si?lra*u ft Frater, importers of F<p?y Goods, 136 Pearl st. I'usta x Main, impoiterol drags, 44 Cedirst. Field, lhomi>son ft Co. importers ol Dry Goeds, 66 Cedar sL Fellows, Fan Arsdale It Cooper, Wttelirs, II Maiden Lane. 1) v el< ft Co., mporlers of Stationery. I4S Pearl st. Wm R Goulding, Surgical Instrument manufacturer, 35X 4 hathtm st. For Sale at 201 William etreet* 'i'o be had ny ih dozen at the manufacturer's prices of the above fiiuis, and at retail, at the principal lancy stores through. qui 'he ciiy. Made at '02 William street. ft Im in CVHAt*l AND ilLAUe-11 KLfcOH UK tttU I'l'IUIN 9, J and Dislisnrements ol the Kace, and Dar? or Yellow skiui ' "red by the lla'iau Chemical Soap. Halt Khium, irechrea, scurry, pimples, er ys'pelas, blotches, uiorpht w an, festr apod, bitea ol loaecta, n:o quetoea, lie., it will el ange ihe color of daik. aunbu n], yellow or discolored akin. The Italian Chemical Soap ia rea'ly the wonder of the ace. Well might ine Medical Society of Paris call thia a ble?i luc, and it. lurcutor.M Besprini. a philanihiopist. It ia curing ihoaaamla all ovar the Stalra ana Mri'idi possessions. It entirely eradicatcs every eruption or disfigurement of the akin, imparting te the inco, body, ueel or arma. a bcaet ful heall^lul tie irues ? No misrepresentation is offered. One tiial will auSee to recommend it to ell. In fact there are many ph' aiciana ? ho ocw prescribe this in eaara llial haee baffled their skill. I myarlf Ia?e aeen it cure n raona hare tried iuwaid and outward remedies in ?aiu, ana ceitsi ly it gives discolored akiua drliciona lieal-hry, clear look. - It is ao,d at M ceuiaa cake by .he proSrirtor, at the sign of ike American Eagle, 12 Chatham street, lew York. Anpoiuit d Agents'?Ziebe r, 3d and Dock eta. Phila, or neat to ihe A...eric ii Hotel,Washiugton, D C; 1 State at. Boaton; 57 State ?t. Albany ; I ll Kultun ?t- Brooklyn; 2tP King atreet, Charleston, a.C.j C. K. Baily, Monirtown. N.J, Kerre, Mam at. Middleiown, Ct. Agents wanted m all otkarcitiea. fet lm*cc GOU MAUD'S POUDKE SUBTILE, rOR COMPLETELY AND PERMANENTLY EHAUICATINU SUPERFLUOUS HAIR. 'I'HE universal popularity of lhia jnatly celebrated Chemical -L Preparation fur the deetrurtion ol the elroufeal and tonalieat Hair, from the eofi duwu on trmalea npper hp and arma to the stubborn beard of m u, needs not a word ol comment in its praise. It ie sufficient to a-y that it it to be found in thi- city only at the old and original office 67 Walker at, one deor from Broadwav?f 1 per bottle. Beware of deleterious imitations. W here also may be liad OOURAUD'S EAU DE BE AUTE . nnrisalled for ritermin ting Tkn, Pimples, Blotches, Sallow nraa, Sores, and all cutaneous eruptions, and a healthy juvenile bloom. k> per bottle. Cosrand's Vegauolr Liquid Rouge,?a superb article, and the oaiy oue iu use. 56 cents per botUe. Uouraud's Blaac D'Espagne, an eicePeut preparation lor in) artin* a pnre, life like whileueaaio the cvmpetiun. free from tin. injuri .us properties generally viilrring into combination for this purpose. I'nl up in elegant boles at 25 eenti rach. AwnwTe.?New York?Albany, Outline, ? Mnidrn Lane; Puughkceqiaie, J?red liray; Utica, Wade-, druggist; Hamilton M. Co. Wregg It Urania; Loniseille, Louis Co.; W. A. Chase; Ooaheu, Elliott. Cinii., Myers, Chapel at. New Hasrn; W. K-enlkurr, Norwich; Wells ? llnuiplireys, Hartford; Charles Uyet. J.j I'rovidene*;, Newport; CLwta, hairdresser, Springfield lUreeue It Co., WorC'Ster; Burt, Little Kails; Coggeshall, South Second at, New Bedford; Jordan, 2 Milk street, Boston; Lowell. Carleton tk Co.; Selem, Ires; N e w bury port, Hodge; Purlsmouth, Treat, a; Poilliud, Pinker, Etchange at; Bangor, Unild; Haliowell. Scammou. New Jersey?Newark, 1'nppe; Princeton, Dr. Veabrook. Pa., Thila., 7b Lheaoul street. Laucaater, Heiuitush, druggist; HariisburghIli.biuaoD periodical agent; Pittsburgh, Tunic; Cincinnati, Thomm It Co., Main street; Vs., Hicnmoad, Mrs Krayzer. D C. Washington, Parkeri Aleaandria. C. C. Berry; Md., BnlumAre 8. 8. Uidcc, Iu:. kc. Applications lor in?ut cies must be post paid (noue otl.ei. are take u from the post-ollice) and acc-mpauird with a N. Y.eity refercuce, uaeicep tiouable. Within a It w , ears this remarkable and uaefnl chr nncal inremion lor cirmpletely eradicatiug suiwrtlnuua hair has atiain.d the his best pitch of celebrity, and comaqoently eirited the cupidity ol a neat of base conuteifeitere, who at tempt to snatch from the inventor the just recompense lor hia labor. Purchaser* should therefore ' a ?u then guard and are that every bo'.tls ol tnr Poudre Subtile ia square, aud K kelii Uoursud, Poudie Subtile, N. Y., cast id each bottle, and the n? inr simile vnfiaveu three uoui, French lud LdkIi>H, accompany each botile. Kt member thp only office in N. Y. for the above celebrated Cosmetic, i??7 Walker atreet. one door from Broadway. )? Imr _ \\j A 1 LHh.8 As\D JfcWfc.LKY VfcttY LOW? Aasha " auhsctiber is constantly recemeg aM oeacnpli us ol Hold and hilvei Watches, ol I lie uewesistyles.ltoie the itauulattarera in England, France and Switierland, he is e anted lo offer a larger assortment aud ?t much less prices, at retail,than at any otner house la the city. Alto, Isold Chains, Key a, and Gold Prucila. Gold Watches as low a? * toiOdollsrs each. Watches and Jewelry eichauged or bought. All Watches war ranted to keep good time or the money relumed. Watchea, Clocka and Jewelry repaired in the beet manner and warranted, al much leaa than I he pneea. O.C. ALLEN, Importer of Watchea and Jewelry, ft Im'ec Wholesale and Ketail, 10 Wallal.. upataira. unsurpassed by opposition. 202 broadway. ' "IBR cheapest r.a#h tailoring establishment in tha city.?Owing lo the facilities afforded the subrenber in puicha* ng I 1 rn Aist hands, and the liberal encouragement bestowed upon 1 is Emporium ol Fashion bv gentlemen uf last", the .n umber tonhl nilorni the public that lie ia enabled lo sell the mi at . isliionsble garments at much reduced rales from former prices, siihoUt any dirmunlion in duality of cloths, or style aud nuiah, which liar won the eiicnmuina of the fashionable woild. lie would direct iheir attention in pirliculai to his superior style of on" in.; and making that mosi OilAculi article in drsaa, pantaloons; hit lag in hia employ oik ol the bttl and moat srieutihc contra in the country , ne will wairant all gaiinnnta to At. A full suit mad j , p al a l.-w hnurs' iio ice. Heady made alo.hlug always lor sale f'fer Cash Tailor!ng Kap|j|jj|jjn^.,. E NE" NEW THE NEW LINE Of LIVERPOOL PACKETS? & && M M ToJoiHrom New^u^rlM6Ji, and frou^Li^rpool ill^^eacn IPODUl. Ship ROCHESTER, sou ion., Ifil, Philm Wo ,Hhon?e, 16)h Feb ly. Ship HOT ri.NUU ER. IMO ton., M.,,h ImBu??Iv, 16th Muck. New .hip LIVEKPOOL. IliO iodi, ,.,i, a,,ril John EUriegr, I6U1 April. New .hip . il'60 ton., ,4lh May. The.e auk'tiuiial, fa.t .ailiug, tirat chu ahiia.tll built in the cilv of Nr w York, are c uniiaudtd by u en ol eiperieuce end ability, an . will be dr.,etched i ui.ctually on the I6tn of each m'n'h. Their cabina are elgant and nomtnodioaa, an.ere furni.hed ? ith whatever can rondure to the eaae and comfoitol pat.enger?. Neithert e captaina or owner, of the.e .hire will be re.pon ib'e for any arrel. or parhaee. aent by theie, un eaa bill, lading are signed then /ore. *cr Height or passage l*PL"? to WOODhULL fc Ml V TURNS, 87 South sceri. New York, or"to KIJSLDKN. BROTHERS H ' O., f 7 y r Liverpool. PASSAGE FROM ORK.^nmTrAlN ANIMHAND BY THE BLACK 3AI.L OR OLD LINE OK LIVERPOOL PACKETS. [Sailing from Liverpool oj the 7th and 19th of every month ] Persona wishing to tend to the Old Country for their fiienda cim make the necessary arrangements with the subscribers, and have them come out in this aunerior L.itie of Pickets, sailing from Liverpool uncluilly on the 7th and 19th of every mouth. Tl ev will also have a lira' rate class of American trailing ships, sailn^ every sit days, thereby affording weekly communication from that port. One of the firm ( VIr. James P. Roche I is there, le see that they sl-.all be forwarded with care and despatch. Should the parties agreed for not come oat, the money will be returned to those who paid it here, without any reduc tiou. Tne Black Ball, or Old Line of Liverpool Packets, comprise the following magnificent Ships, viz The OXFORD. The NEW YORK, CAMBRIDGE, COLUMBUS. EUROPE, SOUTH AMERICA, ENGLAND,. NORTH AMERICA. With such superior and unequalled anangemeats, thv subscribers confide in I y look forward for a continuance of that support which tins been extended to them so many years, for which they are giateful. Those proceeding, or remitting monev to their relatives, can atall times obtain Drafts at sight for any amount, drawn direct on ihe Royal Bank of Ireland, Dublin, ?lsn oa Messrs. PRKSCDTT IIKH IV A v1 V S fc CO Bankers, London, which wil{ be paid on demand at any of ihe Banks, or their Blanche*, in all the princi|>al town* throughout England, Ireland, Scotland and Wale* Anidy.or add.ess, (if by letter. post paid.) ROCHE. BROTHERS ?t CO si Fulton street, New York, neat door to the Fultou Bank. N. B.?The Old Line of Liverpool Picket* *ail 'roin this port for Liverpool on the lit and tOth of each mouth. Pnriie* returning to the old conutry will find it to tluir comfort and advantage to telect this lavonte Liue for their conveyance, in preference to ?nv ,iher. d/7 r 1&&- OLD ESTABLISHED EMIGRANT PAS fl!*JVsAOE OFFICE, 61 South street, New York?RegJlnallfiiu'ar Line of Packets?The subscriber eouliuue* to bring nut iieraons fmin any |>*rt of Great Untain and Ireland, who may be eugayed ny their friend* her., hy the regular liue of packet ships, sriling every six days rotn Liverpool. Persons sendiug lor their fnen Is, may rely that ju?l care will be t-ken 'o haiethein despncdied without delay iu Liverpool.aud will always endeavor to merit a coutinua ce of the public patrouace which haa been so liberally bestowed for many years past; aud tho?e remitting money can have drafts payable at all the Batiks and br inches throughout the United Kingdom. For further particulars, ap.Jy I if by letter, post i>aid] to j6r JOHN HERDMAN. 61 S' Ulh ?t. "OffE- PASSAGE FROM LI V ERPOOL-'l ne very mHrJVsuperior packet sh'p MEMPHIS. Capt Knight, will JnHilKBr ol from Liverpool eaily in March Persons wishing to scud for their friends can have them brought out iu her or auy of the regular packets by applying personally, or tf by letter, post paid, to JOSEPH McMURRAY, 100 Pine street, corner ot South. P 8?Drafts for any amount. payable at sight in auy nauk, branch, or agency of a bank, in England, Ireland and Scotland, given by applying as abovr. jv23r AffE- UNITED LINE OK LI VERPOULPACKETS WHRIV?K-rst Pa ikel?The splrndid fast sailing pack-l ship MaHflbEUTA W, Capt Thompson, is now loading and will m et with immediate despatch. For passage early application should be made on hoatd, or to W.?t J. T. TAP8COTT, 43 Peck slip, corner South street. Persons desirous of sending for their friends can have them brought out in this line, on the most reasonable teims, and those wishing to remit money can hare drafts for any amount jMiyaific do unnauu.wmuini uiscouiu, luail me pllllCipal IOWII1 of Ureal Britain and Ireland. (3 r DRAFTS ON IKELA.sD, fcc.?The .ubscrio.-r* continue to give draft* payable on demand, without JXJmMsvdi'Count, or any charge whatsoever. IN lllr.LAND?The National Bank of Ireland, the Proviucial Bank of Ireland, and their branches in every county. IN ENGLAND AND WALKS? Mem*. Jame* Bolt. Son St ( o hanker*, London, the Eichange and Discount Bank, Liverpool, and their br>nchei throughout England and Wale*. IN' SCOTLAND?The Ka*tem Bank oi Scotland, the Greenock Banking Company, and branchc* in the principal towns ; Sir Win. Korbe.*, Hunter & Co. Persons in the country wishing to remit money to their friend* in any part of England, Ireland, Scotland, or Wales, by enclosiug the ainonut they wish to remit to the subscribers, with the r.ame and address of the partiei to whom it is to be rut. A craft for the 'inunut will be forwarded the fi at packet after the receipt thereof, and acknowledgement of the same returned tier first post, d t W fcj T TAPSCOTT. <3 Peck.tin. New York. map- REMITTANCES TO IRELAND, fcc.. fcc.? njwy.The subscriber continues to transmit money, in so on JEaaHKwIarge or small to persons residing iu any part of Irelu-id, iu the same maimer ts ho, and his predecessar in business. have done for the last hirty years, and more; also, to any part ol England or Scotland. Money remitted hv letter (postpaid) to the subscriber, or "wrsouafly deposited witn him, with the name of the person or persons in Ireland, England or Scotland, to whom it is to b? sent, and nearest post town, will be immediately transmitted and paid accordingly, and a receipt to that effect given or forwarded to the sender. In like manner money with or claims on persons in any part ol Ireland, England or Scotland, can bo collected by the subscriber, for person* residing in any part of the United States, or Canada, and will be paid to them accordingly. jlgrm-v l*Kr>>trib. virnitinn' Ir .. W < >dar >i REMITTANCES TO ENGLAND. IRELAND jgrjM^SCOTLAND AND W ALES.?Persons proceedHBrnrnim "2 or remitting money to any part of the old country , can at all times obtain rom the subscribers drafts at sight, for any amount oo the Royal Dank of Ireland and on Messrs. Preseeti, Grow, Ames tit Co, Bankets, London, which are paid free of discount or auy charge whilsoevn , in all the principal townsol'the United Kingdom. For terms, apply or address, if by letter, host haul, to ROCHE BROTHERS It CO.. 34 Kulton at, nest door to the Fulton Bank. P. S.?The snbeeribers will as heretofore hare a regular succession of first class American shins, sailing weekly from Liv pool, daring tkr present year. For passage. apply as above, or to JAMES D. ROCHE, 14 Uoree Tiauts. I II ec Lis, r ool. a. ? NEW LINE LIVERPOOL PACKETS.-Paeks#J V et I6th Kebuary.?Th? splendid well known fast Aj^ufse sailing packet ship ROCHESTER, Capt. Philip Wooo u*r, will sail positively ss above, her regular day, havin c imineuccd her rrgula trips in Messrs. Woodhull It Miuiu. 'sNew Line of Liverpool Packets. The a eotrimodations of this ship tor cabin, second taMn and steerage passengers,cannot be surpassed, having all tbe improveoep*aof the new modelled packet ships. Persuua desirous of w *?. ? berths should not fail to make early application on o:n l,*?*?tef Burling Slip, or to W. k J. T. TAP8COTT. 41 Peek Slip, eor. South at. Person* esinns of sending for iht ir friends in the old coontrv, can have thrra brought out on favorable trims, by the aoove favorite ship, which leaves Liverpool on the 5th of April, her regular day, and those wishing to remit money ran be supplied with drafts for any am> nnt payable on demand, without discount, in all tbe principal towns of Great Britain and Ire.and. '1 he packet ship Hottingner will succeed the Rochester, and mil on the J?th March, her legular day. jM r BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN ROYAL MAIL STEAM SHIPS, Of 1200.tans and 440 horse power each. Under eantraet with the Lords of the-Admiralty. HlBERNlA, C. H. E. Judkins, Commander. OKI J A.N.MA. J. Hewitt, do CALEDONIA, E. G. Lou. do ACADIA, * Ryrie do COLUMBIA, E. C. Miller. R N do Will tail from Liverpool and Boston, via Halifai a* follower s* ROM OITKRroOL. FROM BOSTOR. Acadia, Ryrie, F*t> 4 Mar 1 Columbia, Miller, Mir 4 Ap'l I Briiaunra, Hewitt, Ap'l 4 May I Hibrrtna Judkius. Ap'l II May K The accommodations lor ptsatngcr* ?r* supeiior. The vessels are accompanied by eapenenneti aurgeons, and amply supplied with Kr?nces' Patent Life Boats. Passage icdne.d to 1120 No Serins secured until paid fcr. For further information apply 'o D. BRIUHAM. JR.,at HAR.nDEN Ik CO*8, No. I Wall-st. j:40c -Wn AA REGULAR OPPOSITION TO CATS ^L?jMa^rJs KILL, and intermediate landings, without row SBaMiiHLdK-hariiri ?liegnlar^days Uom ^1 attskRI, Mon Thursdays and Saturday*.?F"?re to or from Cattakill, SO cent*. ?Berth* 2S eeult? S?pt>er 23 cent*. The new and fail steamer WAVK, Captain Vanderbilt. will leave llobmsoo *t. pier Thnraday Nov. 17th, at five o'clock. For further particular* inquire ol the ea. tain on hoard. By running on the day*'above named, there will hi * daily com munication between Catskill and New York (andintermediate place*) for freight and pa*?a|te at radoced nricea. nAr KAIL KOA'i LINE OF STAGES MFHQvi NEW YORK TO BKUFOHDOn and after Tueeilav. January 3d, Ut:i, the auhscriher* Will run a line of ktaae* Irom Bedford to New York three MM a week, a* follows:? Leaves Seelv'i Aiansiou House, Bedford, every Monday, Weduriday and Fridav morning at IH o'clock. Leave* the Hail Road Hotel, corner of Bowery and Broome au, New York, every Thursday, Wednesday and Saturday morning, by the 9 o'clock ca.s, passing Marble Hill, East Cheaterr ana Newcastle, and through White Plain*, Kobbin*' Mills and Mile Square to Bedford HIRAM DEFOREST, U. C. LEWIS, _ Proprietor*. The Red Bird Line of S'?grs will continue to run during the winter Irom Whit* Tli^o* every day at I o'clock, end New York at t o clock, t Jfi., Suudays eircptcl _ HIHAM DEFOREST. f7 'in ec Prorwietor, refk., y? WINTER AKKANGEMENT?9. M. 7"5r*^n?T'i!"Line ol Siages lor Yonkrra, w>Dohhs Ferry, Tarry Towu,VtuiSiog. Bodoin aod soul lie a* . u eounec ion with the Harlem Railroad. Thi* line will leal* New York ai 9 o'clock daily, by the Railroad rar* for Williamshridge, and will convey passengers a* far a* Sine Sing ami PrrkaKill Arid on Tuesday, Tl nredav and Sa.'urday, the line will he eateuded to Sodom. On Mondays, Wrdu sdayiand Kiiday* from M..ilom to New York. I S M TOVil Kl >?. Proniietof. I The Kallroad F'are from Wilhanubridgc to New Turk is 23 cent*. (10 tw?r I FOR k.tLK LHEAI'?A Bowing Alley, with | iu* *nd ap purteuanci?, all urarly new. Al.o a har with glass esse* end clock fittuie, the clock eit-ellcnl; decanters, gla si s, casks i kc. to be told with bar if desired All may lie ictaoved immediately. Enquire at No. j Mnrmy it. in the htsemenr. flllW*r? W TO ' YORK. TUESDAY MOI NEW JERSEY RAILROAD AND TRANSPORTATION COMPANY. NEW YORK AND NEWARK. Krom tnr lu?i ol CourtUiidt itrert, New York < Kverv day?Suodoy ept?d.) Leaeet New York Leave* New&i It Vl V M At; r; M Al 7* A. M- At IK V. M. 1 H J" * do. 8 do. 3S do. jK do 9 do 6 do. t do. II It do ON SUNDAYS. Kioto the foot c' CeurtUudi ?treet. 1,v.e.^'t'1T l.enre Newark. At 9 A. M. and P M. At |U 1". VL .u?d 10 P. M. ?KW rutin, J-.U/AHKTH TOWN# Lc?\f Nfw York '.e*ve Elizabeth Town 9 A. M. 7 A. M. 2 T..M. IH 2ft " luft A. M. <2r. .v. i'i m. S P.M. 9ft " Thr trains for Westlkld. i'laintirld. Bonudbronk, Somrrville, lie., eonuect with the 9 A M, 2 una 4ft I' M trains Irom New York, daily, Sundays excepted. Karr bet weeu New York and Elizabeth Tow u 26 cents. Kate between do and Homerville. 75 cents. SVW YORK RAHVVAY AND NKW BRUNSWICK. Karr reduced. I roin the foot of l iberty street, daily. Loave New York. Leave New Brunswick At 9 AM. At ift A. M 2ft P 51. tS " 4ft " 12ft " ? P.M. On Sundays 'he Sft and 7ft A.M. 'rips from New Brunswick and 2ft P. M. train from New Y irk, are imitted. Kate between New Yo-'i anu New Bruuswtck, 15 cenu Railway, 90 cents The fare in the Ink and 7ft A. M. trainl'roiu New Brunswick, and 2ft and 4ft r. M. rr.unfrom New York, has been re rluceti. New York and New Brunswick, to 50 cenu " and Railway to 37ft " Passcncete who procure their tickeu at thr ticket office, re eeive a ferry ticket gratis. Tickets are received by the eon luctor only on the day when purchased. ull Jin* NEW YORK AND BOSTON KAIL ROAD LINK. Via Norwich inn Worcester Usii.r?ads. Composed nf the following superior steamers ruuuuiK iu eouaection with the Norwick Ik Worrestei and Worcester (It Boston Kail K.iB'-s? WORCESTER. Capt.J H. Yanderbllt NKW HAVEN, Cajit. J K. Dusttn. (JLEOPAT RA, Capt . On and aftet Monday, Nov.2lst,tkin line will he run tri-week ly, loarinu New York, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays only, at I P. M FroinTecl^TIp, k" River. The new and splendid steamboat NEW HAVEN, Captain J. K. Dttstan, will leaveevcry Tnesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoon, at 4 o'clock. Passengers for Button will be forwarded immediately on the arrival of the above boat* at Norwich, and will proaeed without change of cart or baggage. For further information, enquire at the office of p. B. ALI.EN, 39 Pcck slip, upstairs. All persona are forbid trusting any one on account of the above boats orowners. _ _ n2M MORRIS AND ESSEX HAIL ROAD. New Arrangement?This Rend haviug been r<-laid at great expenae with the moat approved and heaviest H rail, to aecure a safe and expeditious conveyance between New \orknud Moniatown, will commence running two tripa dailv, Sundays excepted, ?n and after Monday, Jan, >8. Kirst Train from Moiriatown wll leave at7,Jw A M. Second Train from Morriatown will leave at Jki P M. Fint Train from New York will leave at 9 A M?Newark at 9XAM. Second Train from New York will leave at 2M P M?Newark at 3>4 P M. Passengers by the Morning Train from Morriatown will arrive at Newark in time for ihe 9AM Traiu to Ntw York, or the morning Train to Phi<apelphia; by tho Afternoon Train they will arrive at Newark in time for the 'JH P M Train to New York or the Evening Train to I'hiladnlp' ta. P v--tigers by the Morning Tiai f'om New York will airive at Morriatown in time to diue and take auy of the Stages niuiiitig wcat or north from that place. jgfi lm*ec WINTER ARK A sUKMKN'i. NEW^0^^p"^^A^E^mA^U^5^^LlNE nlKPCT Via Newark, New Brunswick, Princeton, Trenton, Hordestown and Burlington THROUGH IN SIX HOURS. Leaee New York, from the foot of Liberty i tree I, daily, at 9 A M and *\ F M. The momma t,'.ne proceed* to Bordentown, from thence by teamnoat to Philadelphia. The Evening Line proceeds direct ta Camden, (opposite Philadelphia) without change of ears. Poaseugers will procure their tickets at the office foot ol Liberty street, where a commodious steamboat will be ill readi oesss. with baggage crates on board. Philadelphia baggage crates are conveyed from city to city, without being opened by the way. Each train 11 provided with a Ladies Car, in which tire a;urtmecta and dressing rooms eiprcsslv for thy Ladies use. Returning, the lines leave Philadelphia from the foot of Cheatnut street by railroad from Camden, at 9 o'clock A M.aud S o'clock, P M. The Lines for Baltimore, leave Philadelphia at 7 A M, and 4 P M, being a continuation of the lines from New York. 28 Jin * r DAILY PACKAGE EXPRESS CAR KOR ALBANY, TROY. AND BUFFALO. By the Houaatouic Ran Komi, ruuuins ilnough from this C;ty to Albany in Twelve Hours. Leaves at 7 o'clock in the morning. The subscribers hare made arrangements with the Houiatoni Rail Road Company, to run au Express Car (exclusively for out own purpose) daily, over their road with the passenger train, running through cm Albany in twelve hours, and are now prepared to reeeivt and forward at low rates, Specie, Bank Notes, Packages, Bales and Cases of Goods, lie., far any of the above named or intermediate placet. Will attend promptly to the collection and payment of bills, notes, drafts and accouuts, and snch other business as may be entrusted to ttieir care. djr POMEROY it CO. I Wall street. New York. PULLEN te COPP'S aQ NEWY^nyTmYvF TUC^'AN^^REAL EXPRESS. Messrs. Harndeu ft Co. hiving disposed of their route Irom New York to Albany and Tioy, the subscribers, the old conductors of Haroden it Co's Northern Express, from New York, will continue to run as heretofore.leaviag New York, Albany and Trey, Daily , and ronuect atTroy with Jacobs' Montreal Express, and will forward Specie, Bank Notes,Packages. Bundles,Cases of Goods. Ac., to any place between N?w York and Montreal, and throughout the Canada's. Also East, from Troy and Albany to Boatoa, and West from Albany to Buffalo. All business entrusted to their charge will be promptly attended to. Particular attention will he naid to the collection of ootea, drafts, acceptances, Sic., and prompt returns mads for ' the seme, P1TI I U' V Mi CfiPP Offices? Pullen It Conp, 2% Wall street. New York. Tlios. (lough, IS Eichange, Afoany. A O. Yilkins, 22R Hirer street. Troy. 8. Jacob's Exchange Court. St rani at, M jutrea) REFERENCES. New Yoke. Albaivv. Trot. Prime, Ward A Ring, K. J. Humphrey, Jno. Payne, Jacob Littla, A Co.. Thus. Ooufrh. P. Wells, John T. Smith, A Co., S K. Stow, Peooon A Hoffman, < . S. Don*lass. Carpenter A Vennilye, ? . Leake Honahtou A Co. Drew, Robinson A Co. n24 STATKN ISLAND FERRY. ~~ Root of Whitehall street "On^au^fterljec. Jd, the steamer STAT EN ISLANDER, will run as fnllowa, nntil further notice LEAVE STATION ISLAND. NEW YORR. MA. M, 9 A.M. it P.M. SM P- M, dSr 4 V He9r, all ye sick and afflicted, how ye May be cunti). Philadelphia, December?. To Dr D Jayne?Dear Sir?The .eoniih nit and mnaeulons bentfi.iil ttl-cu vour valuable Eipertoraut had on my neighbor, the Kev Mr Kusiiug made so favorable an imprrs ion on my miuil, th it a'trr consulting wnli MVS pal I icinls, and leaning that you wrre a r, gu'?r nraciitioner of medicine, 1 called upon von and pnrch-s, d half a dov.?n boitles, and told r ou that il I lived to take them you shou d hare a good report from sue., I am alive and well this day. Thinks hi) to a merciful God, and your Elpirtnrenl?and I now come forward chseilully to lulltfmy prnmite. 'or twenty long years had I been a constant sufferer liom the effect* of a hard, drv ruinrh. >n. ? tt>? hr.??t ....I .It*-... tv of br??thing; toe lulAne nl w hie i, < hi lie and frvt-ra. < ?? ry IflUIIHtwt add. d to my miwrv. I waa worn away to a mere skeleton; wnh the greatest difficulty on'y 1 coo <1 g?t mi and down stans; my appetite was gone.and mv strrnglh hail so far imiiril ma ilia'. my Irietidr were perau ided 1 cou'a not survive m uy weeks nnl. ua I obtained relief Indrcd, air, tny annation was ao perfectly in serable to inyielf, >od an diatraaaing to my family, th<t I felt willing to die wherever it ahonld please the Master to take me home. But I heard o( yonr me dicine, and reli-l e?me. Yea. it proved the " Balm of Oil-ad" In ay poor rffiicieil hody. Before I lied t.ikeuone borne I einericiccd i miligati >u of nil my aymotoma, and to mv great joy I f und in ire coin inn'd nae of it the happiest rel ef In hort.sir, it has mtde a re'fect cure of me?and I can truly any

I have na deaireto be belter. Nona 1 consider it a duly I owe to yon, and ihrcnih von, the public. In make my ease known, believing that it will be the meana of directing huubrda who ere nffiictrd aa I have been, to the use i I anmeily which, under the bleuinga of God, I coi aider to hive pieat ivt d my hie Y? u are ft liberty, air, to make nae of lhi? letter to yonr advantage, and make my caar aa i lit uaive'v known a > yon pleaar. If there be aay who doubt the truth ot the above ace tint, rtfn ihrmtom-. I ah ill he happy to act tli?m, and will noi only confirm iha above statemeu'a, but tvi'l tive them particulars which it would be nnneceaaa >y to fu'tiiah lor the | ub ic p en. Wnh everUating grautnde, I ain, drar "ir voir obliged friend. MAHY OII.L, Corner of Iloae a', and U rmantnwn r iad. Prepared only by Dr. D.Jvyne, N-. it Buuth Thud atraet, Plul. dclphi-t, and at his new office, 30Y Broadway. Price SI a bo th . flO lot TO THE HEADING PUBLIC. '['HE UNDEKSluNED, at the solicitation of nnmernna a. Irienda, will hiomr the sale of Pt-iiodicalt, Newapnpeta end Kilraa, at the oil Periodical and Newspaper Depot, No, on Tncaday neat, Keb. Idth, where the t,n die will find all ihe Hailv papera and light literature of tha day at the loweatpubliahing prices. Thu pater, the HEKALD, wi I be found at the above. f II 1 ottos-re J W KELLY It CO. plOPPPEH?Ito Maee el lis .jinlMy Hnalieli Coppet, ftotn It to 12 01, for sale in lota to suit pu-cnaaera by K K. COLLINS k CQ.. I Ut M Booth attt eu RK E INING, FEBRUARY 14, 1 Common Council. Board ok Ai.dkhmkv, Monday, Feb. 13 ?rreaent, Alderman Woodhull, Pieaident, in the Chair; and Aldermen Underwood, Martin, Jonea, Croliu*, Smith, Oedney.Purdy, Leonard, Carman, Hattield, Stewart, Daviea.VVeit, and Lee. A me?Kape wa? receivod from the Mayor, containing hit veto and objection* to the ordinance relative to the t>av of |>olice officer*, in which the power of auditing their account* was conferred u|K>n the FiuaocwCommittee- The Major contends that such power exists alone with the Board of Supervisors, in accordance with the lawsot the State. The application of W. B. Morse, President of the Union New York and Brooklyn F.-rry Company, for renewal of lease, was referred to the Finance Committee. Also, the application of Mr. Vanderbilt for re-lease of whatf at Peck sli p. A petition signed by a large number of citizens, asking for the construction ol a v ork house for tho pauper poor of our city, and the passage ot an ordinance to that effect, was laid upon the tuhle. Another, signed hv 1000 citizens for the same object, was referred in the same mauner. A remoastranceof S. Marriott and others against opening 31st street, was referred to Committeuon Streets. An application from Charles H. Hill and James B. Ward, for additional compensation for excavating a trench in Fast Broadway, referred to a special committee, consisting of Aldermen Crolius, Smith, and Lee. Petition ot George \V. Corliss and 8. B. Stone, lor lease of Peck slip?referred to Committee on Wharves. Petition of Jefferson Insurance Company for examlna tion into the title of certain property lease I by them?referred to Committee on Laws and Counsel of Board, with power. A petition received from several persons connected with the press of this city, a-king that all the examinations before the police justices, be public, was referred to police committee. A petition of M. Oak.'ey for damages for violation ol contract in the refusal of the Common Council to allow him to construct an Additional building for the use of lunatics on Blackwcll's Island?referred to Committee on ChMTtty aud Alms. A petion was tecoived from a number ol butchers of Washington Market, asking the Common Council to prevent the country dealers from cutting up meat at their stands in that m.n ket. Referred to Market Committee. A petition Horn llenrv Spannierand Abraham Spannier, for relief from fine and'costs imposed upon thorn by Justice Gilbert lor firing a pistol at Francis G. Lewis. Referred to Police Committee. The report of the Finance Committee on the change In the mode of collecting taxes, commenced on Saturday last, was then taken up. Section 6th of the bill calls for the paymant of one per cent on the amount of all taxes unpaid on the 15th of February, and an audition of one per cunt lor all unpaid on ihe 15th day of each month, between the said month of Feb -uary aud the 1st of April. Section 7th requires tho receiver to serve a notice on all persons whose taxes remain unpaid on the 1st of March, requiring them to be paid on or before the lat of April. Section 9th requires the Receiver to give public notice in six of the public newspapers, to all persons who have not nuid their taxes on the 1st of April, and also levies an additional interest at the rate cf 14 per cent per annum on all taxes unpaid alter the latof April, ai.d il not paid on the 15th, warrant is to issue nnd the tax to be recovered by distress and sale of the goods and chattels of the person assessed. The See'ion passed. Aldermen Smith and Purdy in the negative. Section 12th authorises the receiver to issue his warrant against any person who has removed out of the county and forward it to the sheritl of the couuty. Passed. Alderman Pu-dy objecting. Section 15th is as follows:? "In case of the refusal or neglect of any person to pay any tax itr.|H>sed on him lor personal property, if there be no goods or chattels in his possession upon which the same may be levied by distress and sale according to law, and il the property assessed shall exceed tho sum of one thousand dollars, the said receiver, if he has reason to belicve that the person taxed has debts, credits, choses in action, or other personal property not taxed elsewhere in this State, and upon which 1 *vv cannot l<e made accord jngto law, may thereupon in his discretion make application, within one year, to the Court of Common Pleas ot the county, or to the Supreme Court, to enforce the payment of such tax." Section 16th enforcesthe pnyment either by fine or im. Ttrlinnmnnt Tho aor.ltAn wui mlnntnil- A lilnrmtm \1 n^fin I Purity and Lee, In the negative. The remainder of thit article ia the tame as the present law. Article 3d relates to the sales of lands for taxes, and authorizes tho Comptroller to take order for advertising such lands. The remainder of the article is similar to the present law. In relation to the cstimntea of expenses for the present year, as stated in the report, Alderman Purdt asked how the expenses of the Alms House could be reduced to $100,000, when last vear they were $150,000. Alderman Lee said that if theoidinanre prepared by the Special Committee, cl which he was chairman, was adopted, that saving could bo made to the city. That the only manner ol making any saving, was to establish a work houac.>H>' believed that the Commissioners were as economical as they could be, and that every dollar was saved that could be. lie moved that the appropriation for the Alms House be estimated at $150,000, and if but $100,000 was wanted, the remainder ueed not be raited. Alderman Crolius calculated that the establishment of a work house would reduce the expenses ot the Alma Hou?e to $-100,000, and cited as an instance, that a few weeks since when a number of the paupers were set at work to open a trench to pass the Croton water into the Bellevue Hospital,several ol them ranaway.and he,therefore, believed that il a place was selected to keen those at v\ ork, who were able, the city would be relieved from the expense of keeping hundreds whom they were now compelled to suppoit. The motion of Aide-man Lee was lost, and the estimates were then adopted, aa follows :? Estimated Eitimatrd Account. Expenditure. Receipt!. Alms House, $200,000 $13,000 County Contingencies, 40,000 Courts, 43,000 3,000 Coroner'* Fee*, ft,000 ? Charitie*, 6.000 ? Cleaning Street*, 64,000 ? Commutation of alien paa*en <?er?, 100 16,000 Charges on arrears of tax. 3,000 Cleaning Corporation Dock* and Slips, 0,000 Maintaining and impr Tin Docks and Slips, 60,000 Election*, 11,000 _ Ei tors and Delinquencies, 1300 Fire Department, 60.000 ? House of Refuge, 4,000 ? Intestate Estates, 3.600 fl 000 Justices'Courts, r14,7oo 6,000 Interest, 130,000 _ Lands and Placea, 8,000 ? Lamp* and Oas, 110,000 Laying Tax, i 16,000 ? Markets, ',13,000 ? Mayoralty Fees, 100 1,600 Penalties, 8,600 1,300 rrinting and Stationery, 30,000 ? Public Schools, 30,600 ? Police, |40,000 6,600 Real Estate Expenses and ? Assessm nta, 8.000 160,000 I Iliads and Ai tit*. 16,0(10 ? Repairs and Supplies, 86,000 ? salaries, 63,000 ? Street Expenses, 30 000 ? Tarern and Excise Licenses, 1.300 30,000 Watch, 313,000 ? $1,336,300 $386,300 336,300 Amount to be raised hy tax, $090,000 In addition to this, $337,000 is to be raised from the State mill tax; $610,000 for the pay ment of the interest of tho Crotnn water debt, and about $100,000 for the school tax ; $76,000 for tho redemption ef stock*, $30,000 forthe collection of tax ; besides the delinqu ncy in taxes not Collected, which must be made up hy additional taxes. Alderman I'uanv introduced a resolution allowing the electoia ol this cry to vote aye and nay upon that yortion ol the bill that abolishes the election of collector* tor the several wauls, provided the hill is passed by the Legislature, and preventing it from becoming a law unless a ma. jonty is found in its favor. The resolution was lost, and ordered to be laid on the table, by a vote of 0 to 6. Alderman Utsnr.awooo moved to take up Document No. 78, being trie report ot the select committee relative to the organization ot a work house, Ice. Alderman Lee opposed it, as it was so late, it being nearly 10 o'clock, and moved that when the Board adjourns it adjourn to meet on Wednesday alternoon, at 3 o'clock, exptessly to act on this subject. Alderman Pfsnr opposed meeting on Wednesday, as he had not the tlmo to spare. Aldermen Wnooaeu and Cassitv also opposed it. Alderman Lee altered his motion to read Thursday, which was adopted. The resolution of Alderman Purdv, relative to paying persons whose properly was injured by the bursting of the Croton water pipe ot the corner ot the Bowery and 1 Walkpr street, waa returned from the Board ot Assiatants with an nmendmer.t, which waa concurred in. Alderman U is n us wood moved that Document No. 78, of the old Board, relative to the purchase of land at the foot ofdlst street, lie taken up and referred to the Finance 1 Committee. Adopted. Al lerman Smith offered a resolution inquiring into the expediency of abolishing 'he Superior Court of this city. Referred to the< ommitteo on Finance Alderman Usui swoon moved that Document No. 44, relative te water grants, be taken up, which was adopt- 1 ed. The rates of the leases in the ordinance were then adop- 1 led, as follows For grants of land between Hammond and Bank sts, f30 1 Between Bank and Betliune streets, If * " Bethune and Troy streets, 18 a " Troy and Jane streets, 17 1 " Jane and Horatio streets, 18 ' " Horatio and (Jaiwevoort streets, 16 " Oinsevoort and 11th streets, 14 * " 1 Jth street and centre of block between 13th and 14th streets, 13 <J " Centre ot block between 1.7th and 14th eta. ' and 19th street, 10 ' 19th and 34th str. eta, 19 ? " 31th and 3Uth streets, vrmt of 11th avenue, lu A report waa received from Dr. Doane, relative to eml(rant paaaengeri, which waa ordered printed. A (communication waa received from the Comptroller, * [ERA 1843. relative to an application tothe Legislature to allow the Corporation to purchaae property sold for taxes,in certain cases?ordered to bo printed. The Committee ol Finance reported against the application of John M-Bixby, to purchase a gore of land near 40th atree'. The Committee on FinBn-.e rejiorted in favor of paying John Anderson the sum of ftMl) (or injuries received by him by a sewer being left oysn in Broadway. The re|K>rt of the Croton Water Committro frott the other Board, relative to the c.ann ot Cornell St Brother, for damages received by the overdo w ol their cellar, corner of Pearl andKulton streets, by the overflow of water, concurred in paying them $919 bl. A resolution from the other Board, authorising udiscontinunnre of a auit against the sexton of the First Qnrnian Methodist klpiscopul Churoh, for interring n hody in the vaults of that church, contrary to the ordinance, was concurred in. i ill! uoara hi iiMo ciocK mfii unjoutiipn iu i nurseay oft :i noon, at 3 o'clock. Board ok Assistants.?Present, the Preaideat and a quorum. The minutes of the last meeting were read, corrected and approved. Petitions?Several petitions wore presents lor relief from taxes?loca'ion of hydrants?compensation for da mages iromt'roton Water, Sir.. Reports.?Remonstrance of people of Harlem against the removal ol Potter's Field to Randall's Island?principally on the ground of difficulties in passing from the ice, and also tne righ's of the poo . Relerred. 1W potts on several petitions for remuneration for damages trom over flow of the t;roten water. Reports of Committee on Assessments on several petitions lor correction of tax. Of Committee on Lands and Tlaces, leasing the llouse ol Rsfuge grounds to Thomas Hogg for a llower and ornamental garden. Report in lavor ol appropriating $'3000 to level, improve, &c. Madison square. Of Street Committee in lavor of grading Bioomingdule road, between 21>t and g3d streets. On motion of Alderman, the Board agreed to meet specially next Wednesday evening, at ft o'clock, to tako up the Police biil, document Nc ->'i Invitation to attend the second Annual Ball of the 10th WurdDnnocrats at Tammany Hall, on the 14th inst Accepted. Report of the Committee on Laws in favor of allowing the first German Methodist Episcopal Church, in second street,to use the vaultsoi saiJ church lor intei menis until the lurtlier order ol the Common Council. Resolution,to authorise the Engineer ol the Croton Water Works to makp such arrangements with the persons whose property was damaged by the bursting of one ol the pipes corner o( Bowery and"Walker street, as may he deemed judicious by him. Concurred in. Report of Committee on Finance, in favor of leasin Cottle Garden. Concurred in. Resolution, that the Comptroller he authorized to sell three houses and lots known as 37 39 and 41 Bond street; five stores corner Liberty and Greenwich streets; lour houses and lots Nos. 1,3, ft, and 17, third avenue; lot ol ground corner Bank and West Streets, and 2 lots corner Pike and Water streets. Concurred in. Assistant Alderman Allkrton ottered a resolution that the vote by which the report and resolution of the Committee on Lands, in lavor of paying certain hills of the Water Commissioners was lost, he now reconsidered ? Adopted. Mr AuLaaTon then moved that tho hills he paid. Aid. Watfhman then moved to amend, by ordering to piy $1000 to Messrs. O'Connor and Ambrose L. Jotdun in Hie mandamus case. Aid. Atwkfl moved to lay the amendment of Mr. WaI arm a n H... I.hln T I, o -i... 1 - ? 1.,,.., ........... V... ..... .U..JI.I0.1...IU .. UCU11C, which continued to 12 o'clock, midnight. The amend, ment was finally referred. Assistant Ala. Scoles moved the previoui question, which was seconded by Assistant Aid Nesbitt. Before deciding this question the Board adjourned. Superior Court. Before Judge Oakley. The Great Lispenarb Will Case. Feb. 13?Htlen Sophia Liipenard, Julia Liiptnard, Either Litptnard vs. Robtrt Stewart.?This present action is one of ejectment, brought to recover real estate bolonging to the late Alice Lispenard, deceased, which was devised by her to her brother-in-law Alexander Stewart, and by him devised to the defendant; and it involves the question of her testamentary capacity, or thu power to make a will by the said Alice, it Deing alleged by plaintiff, that she was not of a sound and disposing mind at the time the will was made. The estate involved in this present question is No 40 Watt street. The amount of property depending upon the decision of this suit is said to be Irom two to six millions of dollars. Benjamin F. Butler, Esq., counsel for plaintiff, made an opening speech of several hours in length, but one of great ability, clearness, power, aud sound reasoning. The first part olbis speech was occupied in some genealogical statements, which we condense, and give briefly as follows;? Genealogical Memoranda. ? A.D. ISCfl, Anthony Lispenard, Sen-, and his wife, both died. He left a will dated Dec. 24, IS02, and left his surviving two sons, 1 eonaid on,I Ai.ll.nnv turn .Imierhtera Alien un.l Son, h t... ilV. ..f Alexander L. Stewart) and one grand-dauglitar, Sarah B. Bache (only and orphan child of hii deceased daughter, Helen Baclie, and subsequently the witeof Ilobert Montgomery Livingston.) Jan. 1808, Anthony Lispenard Jr., died unmarried, intestate, ami without issue, leaving as his heirs at law, his brother Leonard Lispenard, his sisters Alice Lispenard, and Sarah Stewart, and his niece Sarah B. Bache. 1817. Leonard Lispeuard died, leaving two sons and two daughters; his wile died some years previously. Oct. 1831.?Sarah (wife of Alexander L. Stewart) died, leaving six children. Jan. 1838. Alice died, aged AS years; her next of kin are the following, viz:? 1. Helen L-, wife of J. Watson Webb. 2. Mary J., wife of Stephen H. Webb. 3. Sarah A., wife of Charles S. Stewart. 4. Lispenard Stewart. ft. Eliza B. Stewart. 6. Matilda W , now wife of Herman C. Lo Hoy. [The above six individuals are children of Sarah and Alex. L. Stewart ] 7. Sarah B. Livingston, daughter of Helen and Paul Bache, and widow ot Robert Montgomery Livingston. H. Helen B , wife of Aug. A. Nicholson. P. Sarah Lispenard. [Children of Leonard Lispenard.] N.B. Anthony Lispenard, son of Leonard Lispenard, died without issue. Tueophilact B. Lispenard died leavinir children, who are orphans and niecet of Major Nicholson. They are the plainlifis in this present cause, and resided in Canada. From Mr. Butler's remarks, we also gather as follows : Anthony Lii|?enard died in 1808. Made his willjin 1802, and a codicil to it in 180ft. By his will, he devised $MX) per annum to his daughter Alice, which was to he paid out of his whole estate. The whole ol bis estates were devised (under the above condition) to bis two sons, Anthony and Leonard, and to his daughter Sarah, and his grand-dsughter Sarah B. Bache. The reason why Mr. Lispenard made a dis inction in the esse of his daughter Alice, is staled in the following clause of his will " As it hath pleased Almighty God that my daughter Alice, should have such imbecility of mind as to render her i icapabla of managing or taking care of property, my will I is," Ac. Alice was 2A y ears old when her lather died. I i iip rxfcutori 01 inn will wen1 nis wile, (who died ] sameyear) and hissons Leonard, Thomas, and Anthony Thecodicit subsequently added to these executors, hn laughter Sarah, wile of Alexander L. Stewart, aa executrix. The lour children each took one-quarter ol the eatate. Anthony, Jr. died in 1807 or '8. This one-quarter went to his two aiaters, Mrs. Sarah Stewart and Aliae, and his niece Sarah B Cache, and to his brother Leonard, lour in all, each of them being entitled to one sixteenth of the w hole estate. [Thomas died before the father | Alice died in Feb 1836, and as the plaintitf- allege, intestate, for want of capacity to make a will. The heirs at law are reckoned in three branches 1. The children of her *i?tor Sarah Stewart. J. Mrs. Surah Bache Livingston. 3. The discordant* of her brother, Leonard Lispenard, who died In 18l7,leitving two sons,Anthony and Theophy lact, and two daughters, Helen B. and Sarah. The children of Theopbylact arethe plaintiff- in this present suit. Their claim amounts to one sixteenth of the whole Lispenard estate. Robert Stewart claims title as executor and devisee of his brother Aletander L Stuart. It is Haimi-d by the plaintiiU in this suit ? 1. That Alice Lispenard, the testatrix, di dnot possess a sound and disposing mind to moke the will in question, but was imbecile. 9. That even if she were not thus of un3ound and imbe- i cilc mind, and intestable, yet that she was held phi sic ally and mentally in a state of pupilage, of coercion, of duress, , of constiaint, and und r fear and custody of her brother in-law, (and niece,) Alexander I,. Stewart. That she mado the wilt, exclusively forthoir bent fit, sod not ol hero-vn free will, but by their instigation and procure ' ment. Alexander L Stewart was alive at the time ot her 1 death (January 9, 1838.) and was her sole executor. The ' whole case has been fully litigated before the Surrogate? | some thirty witnesses examined on one side, and foity er r fifty on tho other. The Surrogate dicided against the will t Robert Stewart succeeded to Alexander L Stewart's e? ^ tate. The Chancellor n(firmed the Surrogate's opinion.? v Both those decisions were reversed by the Supreme Court, in Dec 1841, by a vote of 19 to 8 on one point, and 11 to 8 . on another. Mr. Butler claimed that the case was argued J before that court at theclose of a long session, and that it " court. That deciaion, however, nly aettled thequoation w af the will, an far aa Alice'a peraonal and Iraa. hold pro- h perty worn concerned The qneation a? to the real eatate j| iiatillopen. ? Mr Bdtlcr here proceeded nt great length tojjdeacribe * Ihn character of the "unfortunate" Alice, a? he expected lo prove it. We ahull very briefly five a few pointa? * That ?he could not read, write, cipher, nor even count G 20 She * < thy, reaerved, allent?with difficulty learnt t her lettera?could only apell word* of two yllahle*, at f 'Inker, briar, cruel," Vc. At 28 yeara of af e aha prefer- v ed a rant to a quart tr dollar, could only learn aim pie nur. icry aonfa, never could learn the Lord'* prayer, kept out ' ifioclety, not allowed to fo out alono, had the body of a roman, but the rniad of a very weak child. She waa " 'ery intemperate Irom the time aha waa IS or 19 year* ol n go. From IMC to |H|3 ahe lived with her brother I.con- P id. From 1813 to ISiS ahe hoarded with a Mra. Hewlitt, tl bout one year; with Mr*. Uoodwin three year*, and with n Ire. Taylor II year*; Irom to per week were J aid for her hoard, althougti ahe waa entit'ed, a* waa hown, to at leaat >730 per annum. From 18'iS to January 89fl, when ahe died, ahe lived with Ale*. L. Stewart, uner the care of Mra. Skillman, now Mra. Chirlea 9. dew art It i* expected that the evidence *f witneaaca will torn B| nenccto morrow, 14th. For plaint iff Klcbard Mott, Attornry. Meaara. Wood, Butler, and O'Connor, Counael. For defendant. Meaara. Chaa. W Sandlord, and David la I Of den 1 lilt K> L D. Priw Two Oonta. City Intelligence. Pomck.?A man named Win. II Harton who has recently been employed aa a pedlar ot the patent lamps of Backus A brothers, manufacturers of ISOKulton street, was yesterday arreted,charter! by John Hendricks, of 85| Bowery, with obtaining a pair of cloth pantaloons from him worth 25. by representing that he was a member of the firm of Backus iSt Brothera. Mr. Hendricks had bun in the practice of purchasing lami* Irora i'arton, and supposed that he was one of the firm. .The Mes-rs. Backus state that for the purpose of aiding Barton, they had allowed him to take lamps and sell thern on commission, but that he had nothing more to do with their establishment. He was fully committed. Six Bukolars Ahrkstko. ? Officers Joseph, Sweet and Taiwan arrested six men yesterday morning, who had ihr niplit previous entered the cabin of the sloop (ihde, lying at the foot of Oliver street, and cleared it of all the moveables. The stolen goods were found in their possession, and they were fullycommitted for trial. Their names are James Ktflen, James Sherwood, James Armstrong, William Brown, John Wilson,and John White. They were caught in bed at Wm. McCormick's. St. liOiil*. (Correspondence of the Herald.] St. jjouts, Jan. 28,18-13. The River?Winter?Steam?Stop Ixiut? Illinois? Gen. Bennett?Fashion. Mn. Bknnktt :? All our rivers are open again?boats are arriving and departing daily ; for the past two months navigation, has been almost entirely suspended, consequently every department of business has been very dull?last Sunday the Mississippi, opposite here, rose jour feet in the course of a f<? hours, and has since risen some 10 feet. In the afternoon of Sunday a cloud of steam was seen several miles down the river, below the bend?word was soon carried through our city that a boat was wending her way to our port quite an assemblage wua collected on the levee to witness a sight pleasing to our boatmen; Hip boat ploughing the water?she proved to he the " Louisa," from New Orleans. It is a beautiful sight to see boats of the largest class, approaching our city, contending with the rapid current. Boats that were frozen up in the Missouri, Mtssiaeipni and Illinois rivers, have arrived and departed?the win t?*r may be considered broken up. We may have a few days cold weather, but not to obstruct navigation. A few days ago the weather was quite warm, more like May than January; firps were dispensed with. Our business men have bedecked themselves with cheerful countenances ; cheering indications ot returning activity and prosperity stare them in the face. Several of our largest class boats have departed for the Crescent city, laden down to their guards with the products of the country, and having in tow one and two keels. Our Legislature is still in session?they have passed a law uholishing imprisonment for debt and a stay law ; the latter will greatly injure the credit of our State and cause busmees men to cry out shame The meinhets are endeavoring to prove, at the expense of the tax payers, that they are much better democrats than those ot other States. Missouri would have been much better oil, aye, far better, had her Legislature met, elected a Senator, Bank President, and the members then returned to their respective homes, instead of wasting their time and expending the State's money, in maturing laws setting at naught or deferring sacred contracts ; some debtors now say to creditors, " go the d? wiihyour claim; the Legislature has passed a stay law." It will now take two years to collect a debt by regular course of law. Tne Legislature of Illinois, alter two days' session ol the Committee of Conferl ence, has passed a bill t? put the State Bank of Illinois into liquidation, which has been approved by the council ol revision, and has been accepted by the bank, and is now in full force. The imiqfdiare liabilities of the institution, subject to a dividend, is #1,598,617. The specie on hand is #487,000 ; deduct Irom thisamount #15,0(10, the r:.;ounf allowed by law to wind up the institution, and the balance to he distributed will be #472,000, w hich will be about 20 cents on the dollar. If the claim, now included, <>i ine iVimsouri i>uiik aguniei me oiaic nam, as endorser tor the Can Light Company ol our city is deducted, the dividend will be about 31 cents on the dollar. A bill providing lor winding up the Bank ot Illinois at ^liHWiieetown, has been printed. The vacancies in the Supreme Bench of Illinois, occasioned by the resignation of Messrs. Ford, Smith and Brecse, have been filled by Messrs. Simple, Young, and Robinson. A wry obnoxious property law lias been passed, and a law regulating, or rather reducing the rate of interest from 12 to 6 per cent per annum in that State. Yesterday Judge Manning, Judge of the Criinina Court lor this county, gave the opinion of the Court in the following case :?A person was indicted lor stealing a horse, who proved and acknowledged that he had stolen a mare. The judge dismissed the case, and discharged the prisoner, who walked out of the court house deliberately, got on the marc, and wended his way, the real owner standing on thj? step9, lungers in Ins mouth. Last week Uen. Bennett delivered a series of lectures against Mnrmonism, which wire crowded to overflow. The lectures were exoltn-ively for the benefit ol the sterner sex. Ladies were not admitted, though one obtained admittance, being attired in male clothes. he subjects were 4'The Mormon .-spiritual Wives." Hut little demand for exchange ; one bank is drawing at 14 prem ,'hough good hills are ottered out of doors at 1 prem. The brokers are paying 43 eta. onfthe dollar for State Hank, Illinois pa; er, and 41 for Bank of Illinois ; City scrip, 85: county do. 73 on dollar. Flour is dull at #2,75 per barrel; wheat, 43 cts. bushel ; corn, 18 to 20 cents ; oais 124 ; lead, #2,624 cwt; lard, 44 to 4|; tobacco, first quality, #4 to 4.50 ; second quality, 2,45 to 3,25; third quality, 1,75 to 2,10. Since the general thaw, the roads have been very bad, almost impassable,and the mails in consequence tailed forseveral days My better half became auite interested in your welfare, und longed for the hour when the mail usually arrives, to learn what courae tie- Grand Jury had taken (or your publishing the schedule ol Anthony L)ey in bankruptcy Alter many disappointments, t P?pet mail reached our pluce, bringing to hind several numbers of your interesting and entertaining papers. When I had finished reading to her the ' extraordinary document," as you term it, she observed that "ifyou were fined she would forward to you a email turn to help hquidate the fine." I looked at her, and ere I had tune to give " a thought tongue," anticipating that thought, she emd, "she could reserve enough from her pin money to make up a small sum." And as she looked upon it not as a gift, but a loan to be repaid by you in giving to your readers its consequences, and instilling into our offspring's mind, as he grows to manhood, the necessity of adhering rigidly to die instructions you have given to your readers, drawn torlh by the development of the Bankrupt Law, I banished from my rnnd ihe thought, and fully agreed with her. What cannot a man accomplish when he haa the belter hall ?f creation on his side, and engaged in a good cause' We have retained the number containing the schedule, and shall continue to look upon it as a arecious document. On Wednesday evening Usf, tin" fire department rave their annual hall at the Planters' House. [Jreat prepara'ions were made to surpass tornier ?;ills; a magnificent supper was furnished the com any by the wonhy landlord: three tables were set xienduiK the whole length of the large dining oom, which were amply supplied. The pyramids, iraite, engine, tec , were furnished by Vinton, ehich is Kiillic ent to convey to the fancy of those vho have heard of him, that they were beautifully one. Frank Johnson's band was employed. The ellea of the evening were Misses W , T , ' , and Mrs. M. All seemed to enjoy themselves ' II; the innocent creatures bewitched all the soft eads of the sterner sex, and effectually threw thrra ito those exstacies better felt than described. The entlernen were all politeness; nothing occurred to nar the pleasure of the evening. At a late hour, vhen each had their cup of enjoyment filled to iverflow they dispersed to their respective homes, o be talked ubout until time shall have brought ortli another January. Mr R?- ?< y?"f c'tYt vho has been spending the winter wiih us, particiated in the dance; he has become mute a faorite among the young and elderly ladies; matrons vho have daughters, and maiden aunts who have e.ces, speak in exalted terms of his prepossessing erson, exemplary principles, easy manners, and of hat indispensable article, good character, which is ot lost sight of by those who have marriageable aughtere. Roderick. : Uankrapl List. SOUTHERN DISTRICT OK NEW YORK (Jvorge Kearney, New York: Joseph Wil?on, tonee.utr. Brooklyn, Kings Co.. N. Y ; William Collins, agent, ooklyn, Kings Co., N. Y. N'ot Had.?A wag of our acquaintance says, it oks strange to see Com Jones indulging in^war te measures on the Pacific ocean