Newspaper of The New York Herald, March 25, 1843, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated March 25, 1843 Page 1
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TH Vol. IX.?No. 8*.?Whole Ho. 3207. To the Public. THE NEW YORK HERALD?daily newspaper?pub. lishod every day of th? > ear except New Yfur'i diy and Fourth ef July. Price 2 cents per copy?or $7 28 per annum? postages paid?cash in advance. THE WEEKLY HERALb?publishedevery Saturday morning?price 8$ cents per copy, or $3 13 per annumpostages paid?cash in advance. ADVERTISERS are informed that the circulation of the Herald is over THIRTY THOUSAND, aud increasing ast. II hat the largest circulation of any paper in thie city, or the world, and it therefore, the bell channel for hut men mm in the city or country Prices moderate?cash in advance. PRINTING of all kituU, execute! at the moat moderate prices, and in the most elegant style. JAMES GORDON BENNETT, PRoraiaToa or the Hebald Estabi.ishmpnt, Northwest corner of Fulton and Nassau streets MT" LET?The atore No 97W Nassau crest, in the Herald Building. Apply at the Herald office, cor Naa? B and Fulton strerr <. mllr JgA HOUSr 8 To LET AT YOKKV1LLK.?2 Nrgi IPj? houses op the corner o( 81th street and 3d .-vrmie; either jmjL?f them is calculated for a puMic house, grocery or prirate residtuce. Ou the pr< m-ses is s line stable, owliuK al'ry, and a line gardeconsisting of 8 ol*, with grains vines and fiuit trees thereon. For terms, impure of JOHN A. M OR KILL. Km,.. m?2wr No. It Chambers st. JtaR TO LET?'I he upinsr ivrt ot the store No. 7 New fyJw street, a f-w doors from Wall street; the second story ill u" two offices, aud it is adapted for a merchant or lawyer. Also, the three story house34 Walker st between Broadway and Church at, an sicellent situatiou for a genteel family, occupied by Mr. Verphnck. The byck stoie coruer of Pike aud C' erry streets, occupied by Messrs. Valentine Ik Co., as a leed store, a desirable situation. Tne convenient two story honss with attic rooms, basement and couuter celler. No. 229 Nineteenth street, occupied by Mr. Weeks The two story brick house, No 73 Gold street, one door from Spruce st, formerly ewuea by Mr. Miles Hitchcock. The rents will be moderate. Apply to MR. DELAPLA1NE, 62 Wall street, ni6 lm*r incffiee No. 9, cor, ef Water st. JaA TO LET.?In Deau street, near Smith strec, ttrookffw lyn, the aplendid three story house, finished in the best jmmanner, with two lots of gronnd attached. Also, coach k!wsTa atahlaa Kin A VarisstV nf* iksi ninif rK/ll/isi ora T.a* V1 Tie Also, frnit treels, with a w*II and pump of excellent spring water on the preimves Thi? property i? well calculated f or the accommodation of a respectable family, to whom it will be lei for one year or more on accommodating terma, bv applyIDgt0 JOSEPH McMURHAY, mC r 100 Pme meet. "10 L,ET?A pleaiant two story house containing 3 ffl? bed ro nia, an open ganet, two aitting tooma, front and J^jyLback basement. nod cis'ern ol water, graaa platt front and mar. Inquire at 95 Kldridge at Ala", to let, two rootnr, baaeinent and cellar, enquire at 211 Division at in'11 2w*ec a TO LKT?The bra pro-f brick store. No. It5 rcuth at, with immediate rp?wa?ton if requited, app'v to WOODI1ULL A MlNlURN, in'?r 87 South street. TO l-ET?The Two tto'y brick House and premiaea, pllflo. US Wooater street, finished iu the mint modem JiJlvtyle, wilh marble mantel-nieces and folding doors JhrotTihoui Apply to JOSEPH McMVUKAY, m"3r 100 Pine street. TO LET?A Sail Loft m stoie Ne. 61 South street, on ieiaonable terma. Apply to I'-iW JOHN HERDMAN, milr OtMhe pieniiaea. TO LET?Krom 1st of Mav next, the modem built two xtory brick house, No. II Third at, with attic, baseiJJLuctit and cellar, and marble mantles throughout For further paiticulara inquire at 479K Pearl at lif 1m* OFFICES TO LET?In store No. 6"> South street. Apply to JOSEPH McMURRAY, jjjl WO Pine street. ~ f jlec a FOR SALE?A desirable country residence at Hempstead Village. Long Island; a large well built House, inc ttaee style, with darns, Sheds, Ac.,and tea acres of first rate land, in luditig a Oxrdeu well stocked with shrubbery, fruit trees, Ac., in a high state of cultivation; U is located on Fulton street, less than a half a mile of the New York and Long Island Railroad, which has a commuuic-tiou wilh tin-city several times a day, and at a rath of lare v.-ry much reduced from former prices, making it a most desirable residence for a terson retiring from the city, or one who may wish to do business iu the city. A portien of the m ney can rem.iiii on mortgage, sad the balance can be paid in dry goods or groceiies at msrkri prices. For farther paiticulara, apply to junix n. ?uunnic<9,DiK)i sure, No 24 Na tau ?t. N. Y., or JOHN J .MARSHALL, Postmaster, mg Sw Munaroneck, VVesttlutter o.,N. Y. a FOR SALE ? A small place in Far Hotkaway, L I., siiuvtd on the turnpike between the Toll (ate and David T. Jennings'. between five and fix acres of land, two aces cleared, and one aet ont in worked peach trees, with a small house thereon. Alto 4 Lots on 4Tth screet, 3<X> feet from the 8 h Avenue, For for'her partieolfrs. app'y to John L. Norton, Jr., at Dr. A L. And-rton, 31 F.att Br<adway, rn21 6 *r SPACIOUS AVD FASHIONABLE HOTELlN PHILAD" Lt'HIA. gad THE fashionable Hotel, Marshall H nir, caimble of TiTTM accommoditicg I JO pe?soiis, tilaaie in Chestnut street, ' '^x* h -' * - 6lh and 7th streets in F hiladrlnhia,hiving beeu Teeutlv much improved and repured throughout, is to be let at a rtdnctd rrnt, for a term of tears. Apv'y to SAMUEL FOWKL. 2tT7 Chrstunt street, or to JOiEPH B. TOWN8END, m23 'taw Im't ?09 Arch street. m*jm F\P'M FOR SALK containing SJ acres, the greater yflBiiart of which is meadow a d plough land, with a good . oui'g ?nole orchard, with a vari? tv of, pe rs. emTplumbi. and other Trait. The buildings, couiiniui of a good btra c >ar house, carrugr honte, cora crib, and sheda, !or cattle, together wi.h a good dwelling house and well of water at the door; a sufficiency of firewood; there is a never failing itrram of water mimine through the land. The above fann ia tina'ed about three miles from Elizabeth town IS J , eu the muio toad to We>tli-ld, n<t within two hundred yards ol the ato|'i>ing place of the E ixabelhwwit and bomerville Railroad cars. Any farther description it net necessary, as persona wishing to purchase will view for themselves For price and nartien'aia. apply to John D. .Vlardock, on iLe pre in it. s, or Jame- D iff. No. 148 Hmngton el reel, N Y. N B ?Tin* Would be a desirable locatiou for a pers"u dring busiuess in New To It, bciug within two hours ride of the city. Match igth. Ig'3. m?0 9w*ec ne FARM At AUCTION?Will be offered at public poevendne, the farsn late of William Conk, dec> ared, in aawHasovrr. Morris County, N. J., containing 119 acres suitably divided in meadow, pasture and plough land, with a large aapply of wood and timber, a e nveuieni dwelling house, two barns, and other out houses. Wi I be offereu together or in twrts, st the house of We McFailan in Whi 'pany, on Friday, the 24th of March, instant, at 2 o clork. P. M. Conditions will be liberal, and attendance at the time ?f s-l- by the snbacribert. SILAS TUTTLE. CALVIN HOWELL, oi)S;54 ?r Escmtois ol said Deceased. nbc HMORANUE having taken the Ma-shall House, corner of Broadway and Reed street, and fitted h on coinmodionsly fnr the r?eep ion of hoarders, wonld most respectfolly aunaaDCe to the lii.ielities in the United btates, that he has amp'e nceommodstion for a large nim'er of gentle n-n, with or without their wires, during the Pa-snver Holidays. Pertons leeliua desirous ol m iking the Marshall Honae tlicir home for any period, will find th?t no att.-ntirn or eg|iense shah be spired to reader them coinlortable, and the prices moderate to suit th?_timr^ in21 2w*i T) EMOVAL.?The office of the Jefferson I nsurance Coin pa It tiy has Ween this day removed to 96 Wallslreet, oppo sit the Merchants' Egchange. mil ec TJ EMOVAL?P. MAES, Hair Dresser and Wig Maker, has IV removed from 162 to 129 Broadway, a few doors below the Frotshlin Hou?e, and opposite John street. Having fined up a in- room a he most fashionable style, he will continue the same business and will be pleased to see his old friends and petrous and others who in iv honor him with a call. He has also private rooms for ladies hair dressing and jgmpomng. This powerful Extract of Jamponny is consider* I by thousands ol New York en an.I stiangers as one of the healthiest articles for the care of dandruff and strengthening of the Pair?approved hy the Faculty of Medicine in Paris, and patented at Washington. Nothiux is more pleasant sud deli thtful tlnn to go through this operation in the hands of P MAES. tnl6 2w*ec bilEIaEd saloon: NO. 5 BARCLAY STREET, THREE DOORS BELOW THE A Mr.HICA X HOTEL T)RICE REDUCED t? One Shilling i?-.r Hu-dri il, from 8 I A. M. to J P M.?The subscriber informs Ins friends and the public in general, thai he Im* Five N w Billiard Tablet, in separate apsitmen's?two in tlietii per front lilotiti?two in tt e tear saloon, aud one in the 1'ioni room?all in first rate older. Each gee ih mau visiting the establishment will b- furnished with a private Cue, 'or his especial use?the (ah!e> beinrj in diflerent apartments, the proprietor thinks it will render it more select and agreeable to gentlemen visiting his house. ALSO, TWO FINE BOW LINO ALLEYS IN THE BAMKME N'T. Hit Bar will always he steered with the choicest Wines and Liquors sad the h-at Began to be had?also Sheny Cobbler*, Mini Juleps, 1 unches; made in a manuer not to be surpassed N B.? Tlie apartment* ham undergone a thorough refitting ?new paper, paint int. Sic. iC7-(??inlemru will plcaaa to c*mmanicata air negleet of duty of the attendants, at the bar. rnAiiuix MU^TKYERDK. mchlt lm't 5 B?reay street. METALLIC RAZOR STROP YITITH FOUR SIDES, inrenttd by G SAUNDERS, for keeping Raiora always in order?it produce* k smooth and thin edge to * tutor id a tenth part of the lime required on ? hone, wilhoni nam* oil or water. No other ai'.te'e of the kind ki eeer been ao unite really known aud upproTed of, having been In the Inal twenty-five yeariin conatant use in ncnrly nil th- cutlery establishment in Enrol*-. and there acknowledged to hare no equal. In New York, where it w?* luvmted, it received firat premiums at the American Inatitnte eyery time it waa preaented for competition, and gr .dually (wilhoullhe aid of puffing,) established a reputation 10 all parte of America, nf being the only Razor Strop that will km p rartra in perfect order. Cerlilicaiea are n the poaaeaaion of the inventor (mm the moat acientific g. ntlrmen of both coqntriea, speaking highly of the ir awperiortty. When taking into consideration that thnae gratlruirn have no iatereat in the a.ilu of the article, and ?i?f their tratimony solicitation, speaks volumes in ita avor. It M the only Strop that haa been devmed worthy of iwitatiou and coanierleiting. The great number ol those clone woo id stamp it as being the climas ol perfection. That it miy be moie aitiafaetory to the public, the name* of hoa* gentlemen wh" love gnen cerlificnlca as to the mi rils ol the Stroy are here published?General James Tallm idge, President oI the Amerion Inatiiote ; I'tof. John Orisrom, Dr Vamitine Molt, ami Mr. Millikeu, cutler to the Royal Navy, Ml Strand. VIniolacloiy 161 Broadway, New York, ml lm*r K'ltr. vH ,>] r.A l ? 1 tia Proprietor of the vanabuahmrnt on tho corner of Wear and Wairen streets, would infoim his cuit' mets and tlir public m general, that owing to the lattneaa of the aeaann be haa coueluded to clot* the above place, hut 'will always be ready and willing to supply shop keeper* and retailer* with lleef, Pork and Mutton hv the qn<rter or larger quantity fro-.> his Slaughter H nise n> Mih streak I'o aonawish>r.g to be thu* supplied with a tint rate article and at a modernie priee, are requested to make application as above, or at the llpprr UullV Head, c >rne> 3d avenue and 24'h >ta. m 17 lin*r JOHN W. PHESTON. BIKU ! HIKUS.: BIU08'!!?For tale, a choice selection ol Canaries, ol nil kinds. Some are eaCellent singer* Also, \ good talking Parrot. Likewise, an assortment of Panes Pigeons, ol all kind*. aclmowleitgril by all to be the fiuest in the tity. Enquire at No >13 Pearl street Entrance J3 Ferry street, I ront room, np stair*. mt-lmia F. ME NE1 NEW LINE OK LIVERPOOL PACKETS. n nlfrom Nrw York oti the 2ilh and Lirerpool ou the lllh \f each m?ntk. m> m> m m NKW VUHK. 2t>*P OAKHICK, Captain Wm. Skuldy, 25th February. Shin KOSCIUS, Captain Johu Collins, 25th March. gJJipONS. Captain E. B. Cobb, 25th April. Ship SHERIDAN, Captain F. A. Dcpeystcr, 25th May. From l.iv' rr iai.. Ship 8 ID DONS, Captain E. B. Cobb, 13th February. Ship SHERIDAN. Captain K. A. Dcpeyster, 13th March. Ship OAUIUCK, Captain Wm. nkiduy, 13th April. Snip KOSCIUS, Captain John Collins, 13th May. 1 hese i hips aie all ot the tint claw, upwards ot IM4 leus, puilt uthe city of New York, with sgch improyeinenta ascombint treat apeeii tvith unnaual cnmfoit for tiasseugers. Every care haa been taken in the arrangement of their accommodations. The price of passage hence is S100, for which ample stores will tie provided. These ships are commanded by esueiieiiced masters, who will make every exertion to give geueeal auifarion Neither the captains or owners of tV *sl .swill be responsible for ai y letters, parcels or package ssentby them, unless regular b' lis of lading are signed theretor. For freight or nasssgb, apply to E. K. COLLINS b CO., 56 South st., New York, or to WM. It JAS. BROWN b CO.. Liverpool. Letters by the packets will be charged 12hs Ceuts per single she*t; 50 cents per ounce, and newspapers 1 cent each. f3 r OL1J LINK LIVERPOOL FAOKhiTo. rPHE of*Liverpool^^^wreafter be a despatched in the following order, excepting that when the lay of sailing fails on Sunday, the ships will sail on the succeed'UK day. For New York. For Liverpool. The BOUTH AMERICA, I June 1 July 19 616 tons. (Oct ] Nov 19 t D. (1. Bailey, / Feb 1 Mar 19 I I'he ENGLAND, (June 19 Aug T 756 tons, < Oct 19 Dec 7 B. L. Waite. f Feb 19 April 7 The OXFORD, I July 1 Aug 19 800 tons, Nov I Dec 19 J. Rath none, March 1 April 19 The EUROPE, (July IS Sep: 7 ti 10 tons, .Nov 19 Jau 7 E. O. Marshall I Mar it May 7 The NORTH AMERICA, ('Aug < 3ept 19 618 tona. \ Dec 1 Jau 19 A. B. Lowber.l April 1 May !9 The NKW YORK, l Aup U Oct 7 300 tons, D*C IS Feb 7 T. B. Cropper. I April If June 7 The CAMBRIDGE, .Sep. 1 Oct 17 850 tons, Jau 1 Feb 17 W.CBarstow.i May 1 June 19 The COLUMBL8, j Sept 19 Nov 9 700 tons, Jan 19 Mar 9 G. A. Cole. May 19 July 7 Punctuality, as tegards the day of sailing, will be observed as heretofore. The price of passage outward is uow lixed at One Hundred Dollars, lor which ample stores of ever* description will be provided, with the exception of wines and liquors, winch will be fnrnished.hy the stewards. GOODHUE k CO.. 61 South st., C. H. MARSHALL, 38 Buriimr-slip, N. Y. )c24 Ivh BARING WRUTHFRS b CO.. L\.ool. * HE NEW LINK OK LIVERPOOL PACKETt> Jib. Jib JK. JS Tt^aiTtroin New YTrltl6ih, and from Liverpool 4th <,1 tach month. Ship ROCHESTER. 800 ton., 5 ,-th ?r?i,<,v. Philip Wgod home, $ 16,h *eb *> Ship HOiJtINUUER, 1040 ton., | l6tk Mareh. New .hip LIVEKPOtiL, 1140 On., )|?,hAn?il John Etdridge, ) 1#th ApMlNew .hip . 1200 ton., | )#th May These substantial, fait .ailing, Aral clau shirs,all built in the city of New York, are c- mmanded by uien of experience and ability, ana will be de.patched punctually on the 10th of each month. Their cabin, are elgant and commodious, and are fnrm.bed with whatever can conduce to the ease and comfort of pauengera. Neither t' e captain, or owner, of thcac ships will be responaible for any parcel, or package, aent by the in, un'eu regular bill, lading are aigned therefore. For freight or passage apply to WOODHULL b MINTURNS, R7 South street. New York, or'to FIELD EN, BROTHERS b CO., f7 yjr ___ Liverpool. FOR NE\ . HLEANb. LOUISIANA AND NEW IRK LINE OF PACKETS For the better accommodation of .hippera, it it intended to despatch a .hip from thi. nort on the 1st, 6th, 18th, 16th. 20th, and 26th ol each month, com i rnciug the loth October and continaing until May, when regular day. will be appointed for the remainder of the year, whereby great delays and disappointment, will he j rerented dtim ^ the summer fionths. The following ships will commence this arrangement ' Ship YAZOO, Captain Cornell. Ship OCONEE, Captain .Jacliaou. Shu. MISSISSIPPI, Captain Hillard. Ship LOUISVILLE, Captain Hunt. Ship 8HAKSPEARE, Captain .Miner. Ship GASTON, Captain Latham. Sh.p HUNTSVlLLE, Captain Mumford. St,.,. OCMULGEE, Captain I.cavitt. Sliip NASHVILLE, Captain Dickinson. Ship MEMPHIS, Captain Knight. Ship LOUISA, Captain Mulford. These ships were all built in th? city ef New York, expren for paeketa, are of light draft of water, hare recently been ^wty coppered and put in splendid enler^with accommodations ihi unrjudiiru iwr couiiun. Aiiey are iiimuwuutu by experienced maxteri, who will make every exertivB to give general satisfaction. They will at all timei be towed up ntd down the Miuiuippi by, steainonats. Neither the owners or captains of theae ?hip? will be response ble for jewelry, bullion, preciona atouea, siller or plated ware, o; for auv Utters, parcel or package, aeut by e rpat on board of them, unless regular bills et ratting are taken for the tame .and the value theieou expressed. For freight or p.usage, apply E. K. COLLINS k CO., 56 South St.. or HULLIN * WOODRUFF, Agent in New Orleans, who will promptly forward all goods to tlieir address. The ships of this line are warranted to sail punctually as advertised, and great care will be taken to have the goods oerrectty measured. m4 TAPSOOTT'ti GENERAL PASSAGE OFFICE, 43 PECK SLIP, NEW YORK. Ml m. m m l'lir subscribers beg in call the nueuliou of thetr trie nils aud the public generally, to their superior arrangements for bringing ont passeugeT* from, aud remitting money to, any par* of England, Ireland, Scotland or Wales, in tne magnibcent packet ships, comprising the * NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS," VIZ.JShip ROSClUS, Cspt. Collins. Ship 8IDDON9, Captain Cobb. Ship SH&HIDAN, Captaiu Depeyster. Ship OARRICK, Captain HkidJy. New shin HOTTINOUER, Captain Bnrsley. Ship SOUTHERNER, Captain Woodhouse. Ship ROCHESTER.Captain Palmer. New ship LIVERPOOL. Captain Eldredge. Sailing twice every month; and with the" UNITED LINE," composed of superior first class American ships, sailing every teudays, will make five shipe in each month thronghont the year, (oroue every six days) thereby preventing the possi bility of unnecensary detention. Passages direct froin London, Bristol snd Greenock to New York. Also from Liverpool to New Orlesns, Mobile, Savan nah, Charleston. Philadelphia, Boston and Baltimore, and the vario s ports in British North America, can at all times be engaged on liberal terms. Persons wishing to send for their friends, will not fail to see the advantages to be derived from selecting this line in preference to any other, aud they maT rest assured that uuuanal car." will be taken to make the passage agreeable, the ships being fitted np with an eye solely to the comfort of passeugers. In all cases whe t the parties sent for decline coming, the money will be rr snded without any deduction, as usual. A free passage from the vinous seaport* of Ireland and Scetland, can also be secured. The regular packets for which the subscribers are agents, sail as follows, vis To and from London on the 1st, 10th, aud 20th f each month. To and from Liverpool oa the 1st, 7th, 13th, loth unit tMh r.f r,rh lywinlh TV ., w n.l..?. SS-Kil. 0V..m_ nah,ana Charleston, weekly throughout the muod. REMITTANCES. Person* in the country wishing to Mod money to their friend* by enclosing the lam they wiihient, with the name and sddreee of the partie* to receire it, m.y rely on a draft foi I he ainonnt being forwarded per fir?t packet, after the receipt thereof, and an acknowledgment for the same returned per mail. Draft* at light, for any amonnt, are payable oa demand, without discount or any otht r charge, at the National and Provincial Banks of Ireland and branches, Eastern Bank ' Scotland, Greenock, and their branches, Messrs. James Bolt, Son It Co., Bankers, London, Etchange and Discouut Bank, Liverpool, and in every principal town of Great Britain and Ireland. Fnrther particular* mtde known on application, if by letter, postpaid,to nay r w. k J. T. TAPBCOTT, 43 Bnrling Slip. PasaOkvrOM ORKai Bill tain ANu'm^PvND by the black ball oh old line ok liverpool packets. (Sailing from Liverpool oa the 7th and 19th of every month.] Persons wirhing to send to the Old Country for their friends can make the accessary arrangements with the sabeenbera, and have them come out in this superior Line of Packets, sailing from L ivrrpwol punctually ou the 7th aud i9th of every month. Tt.ey will also have n tint rate class of American trading shipa, sailing every sit days, thereby affording weekly communication (rom that port. One of the Arm (Mr. James D. Roche I is there, t# see inai they shall be lorwarded with care and despatch. Should the parties agreed for not come tut, the money will be returned to those who paid it here, without any rednc tion. The Black Ball, or Old Line of Liverpool Pack eta, comprise the following magnificent Ships, via >? The OXFORD. the NEW YORK. CA.MBHIl)OK, COLUMBUS. EUROPE. south AMERICA, ENGLAND, north america. With such superior and unequalled anangemeats, the subscribers confidently look forward for a continuance of that lapport which has been extended to thein so many years, lur which they are grateful. Those proceeding, or remitting money to their relatives, can atntl times obtain Drafts at sight for any amount, drawn direct on I he Royal Bank of Ireland, Dublin, also oa Messrs. PRE SCOTT, UROTE. ames It co. ... ,. , Bankers, London, which will be paid on demand at any of the Banks, or their ftx?"uzd"'a^diw,;im.,p*1 1,>w'" ,hroukhont kn?undApply, or address, (if by letter, postpaid^ ROCHE .BROTHERS It CO. ? Fulton street, New York, w n Tk.nn ii nen door to the Fulton Bank. N. B.?The Old Lino of Liverpool Packet* sail from this port ft>r Liverpool on the 1st and lith or each monlh. Partie. relnruing to the old country will ftud it to their comfort and advantage to select this Ikvonta Line for their conveyance in preference In any other. An', ?**? ~ REMITTANCES I'll IRELAND, kte., *c.ifllV ,1 he subscriber continues to transufit money, in snmi JMgjUaige ot small, to persons residing in any psrt of Ireland, in the tame manner u hu, and his predecessor in bust ness, have done for the last thirty years, and more; also to an* part of iCnglfttid or ftcotUnd. Money remitted bv letter (postpaid) to tha subscriber or "ertonafly deiM>#ited witn him, with the name of the person oi persons in Irelaud, England or Scotland, to whom it is to be sent, and nearest post town, will be immediately transmitted and paid sncordingly, and a receipt to that effect given or for warded to the sender. In like manner money with or claims on persons in any part ot Ireland, England or Scotland, can ha collected by tha snhiciiber, for parsons residing in any part of the United States, or I Canada, and wiU be paid to them accordingly. I nil lm*i GEORGE McBRIDE, Jr., UCedar ai. W Y ( N YORK, SATURDAY 1 SOU NLT PILOT. HWEM PRESCOTT, Pilot lor New Rrdlurd, Nantucket W Shoals, Bostnu, Portsmouth. Portland. Keuuebeck, and other (?rru. Office at Frye V Shaw's Nautical Store. 2t3 Water.curuer Beckmaii street, N. Y.?Vice eeria Adama' E* press, Boston, tlireu dnya before wanted. Charge the aatne aa frota Pay Head. in4 I m r old established emTokant~Fa8 SAGE OFKFJK.61 South street. New York?Reg aVtAMbso'tr Line of Packets?The subscriber continues to brirg ?ut persons from any i-art of Great Britain and Ireland, who may be engaged oy t'irir friends here, hy the regular line of packet ships, s iling^ every sit days 'rora Liverpool. Persons sending for theirTi'ien ts, mar rely that just care will be 1 i?B baretheia despatched without delay in Lirerpool.and w .1 always endeavor to merit a ciMitiuua ice of the public patronage which has hi en so liberally beslowcd for many years past; and those remitting money can hare drafts payable at all the Banks and br inches throughout the United Kingdom, k or further particulars, apolv f if hy latter, post paid] to l?r .IOHV HEHOMjiS. 61 Boinhst. oriijsh and ;n ok i h american rokal mail steam ships. Of 1200,tons and 440 horse power each. Under contract with the Lords of the-Admiralty. HlBRRNIA, 0. H. K. Judkios, Commander. BRITANNIA, J. Hewitt. Jo CALEDONIA, E. ?. Lott, do ACADIA. A. llyrie do COLUMBIA, E. C. Miller, It N do Will sail from Liverpool aud via Hilifdi as follows: ROM I.IVKHPOOU. PROM ROSTOV. Acadia, Hyrie, Feb ? Mar I Colombia, Miller, Mar 4 Ap'l 1 Britannia, llewili, A|>'l 4 May 1 Hitxruia. Judkiua, Ap'l 19 May 16 The accommodations lor passenger* are superior. The vessels are accompanied by experienced surgeons, and amply supplied with Frances' Patent Life Boata. Passage leduaed to f 120. No Bertha secured until paid for. Kor further information. apply to D. UlUOUAM, JK.,at HAHNDKN St CO'8, No. S Wall-at. j:tOc FOR HALIFAX AND LIVERPOOL. The Royal Mail Steam Shin COLUMBIA. C. H. K. Jud kins, commander, will leave llostou for the above ports on Sdturdav, Apiil 1st. Passage to Liverpool $120 Passage to Halifax 20 Apply 11 D BKIOHAM, Jr Agent, m2'cc 3 Wall streer. STATEN LSldAND FERRY. Foot of Whitehall street On and after Dec. 3d, the steamer STA1 EN ISLANDER, LEAVE STATIN ISLAND. NEW YORK. 8* A.M. 9 A.M. 1? U aP. M i)< p. M, dl T 5 KAIL HOAO LINE OK STAUKS NEW YORK TO BK.DFORD.WWiiWil>Mt()ii ami after Tuisday, January 3l,lBl3 the iut?criheis will run a line of stages ftorn Bedfoid to New York three time* a week, as follows:? Leaves Seely's Mansion Hou-e, B-dfnrd, eveiy Monday, Wednesday,'and Kii.iav moriiinr, at 8>t oj# ock. Leaves I he Railroad H tel. coiner of Bowery and Broom* streets, New York, every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morning, by the 9 o'clock cars, passinit Marble Hall, Earn Chester, White Plains. Bobbins' Mills, Mile Squire, Newca? tie and bedloid. HIRAM DEFOREST, > O. C. LEWIS, J Proprietars. The Bed Bird Line of Stages will continue to run during tlie wiDtcr from White Plains every r ay at 8 o'clock, and New York at 2 o'clock, P. M , Sundays excepted. HIRAM DEFOREST, mil) lwc Proprietor. TO THE LADIES. INTELLECTUAL DEVELOPMENT AND PERSONS' AL BEAIjTY, considered in connection with DU. FELIX OOURAUD'S POUDRES 8UBTILES. The SLulptor whose study is to imitate the exquisite workmanship of nature, portrays in his model ol the human form, a broad and elevated forehead. This develo: ment is not only consonant with, but sometimes necessary to the possession of a high order of mental faculty. If a flue lorehead is a mark of intellect, it ts no less art essential element of personal beauty, and it is ol imimrtance to those, and there are many such, possessed of this prominent feature, though obscured by the encroachments of a too luxuriant growth ol hair, to remove that portion ol an excrescence which tends, in their case, only to deform. This cau be done safely, speedily, effectually, and, if used in accordance with directions, without the least inconvenience, by Dr. Felix Oouraud's I'oudre Subtile. The furxe ol the lip, wheu annoying, or the short hair on the back of a ladies' neck, when too apparent?the hair of a mole, or the Deard.wlien nigh u|iou the cheek, may all be removed, and eventually the roots destroyed, by the use of this preparation. OOURAUD'S EAU DE BEAUTE, OR TRUE WATER OF BEAUTY! For removing freckles, tan. pimples, blotches, sores, bums, auy n biiiauctniH ri U|'lllfUI| irailKlyK UCIIMte WIIIIC liautlB i neck Mid arms, and eliciting a healthy juvenile appearance.? C7" $1 per bottle. GOUKAyD'S VEGETABLE KOUGE ! Composed materially from flower* and simples, impart* delicate carnation to the cheek, immovable by |K-rspira tiou or rubbing with a handkerchief or a lioeu cloth. 40 cents per bottle. GOURAUD'8 BLANC D'KSVAGNE! Ad excellent preparation lor imparting a pure, life-like whitenet* to the complexion, Iree from the injurious propertie* generally eulvriug ioto combination tor this purpose. Tut up in elegant boxes, at 24 cent* each. Auknts.?A. 8. Jordan, 2 Milk stieet, Boston : New York?Albany, Gnthrie, 4 Maiden La"e; Punjthkeeptie, Jared Gray; Utica, Wade. druggist; Hamilton M. Co. Grvgz St Grants; Louisville, Louia County: W. A. Chase; Goshen, Elliott. Ci nn., Myers, Chapel st. New Haren; W. Fiulkner, Norwich; Wells St Humphreys, Hartford; Charh s Dyer, Jr., Providence; Thomas, Newport; Clowes, hair dresser, Springfield; Greene St Co., Worcsster; Burl, Little Kails; Coggeshall, South Second st. New Bedford; Jordan, 2 Milk street, Boston; Lowell, Carletoa It Co.; Salem, Ires; Newburyport. Hodge; Portsmouth, Presti n; Portland, Parker, Exchange st; Bangor, Gnild; Hallowed, Scammou. New Jersey?Newark, Prip|ie; Princeton, Dr. Seabrook. Pa., Phila., 76 Chesunt street. Lancaster, Heinitesh, diairgist; Harris burg h, Robinson, periodical agent; Pittsburgh, Turtle: Cincinnati, Thomas A Co., Main street; Va., Richmond, Mrs. Krayxer; D. C. Washington, Selby Parker: Alexandria. C. C. Berry; Md . Baltimore S. S. Hance, Ac. Ac. Within a lew years this remarkable and useftal chemical iuTcnnou for completely eradicating superfluous hair, hit attained the highest pitch of celebrity, and consequently excited the cupidity of a nest of base comilerfeiters, who attempt to snatch from the inventor the just recompense for his labor. Purchasers should therefore 1 e on their guard and aee that every bottle of the Tuudre Subtile u square, and F Kelix Gonraud, Poudre Subtile, n. y., caat iu each bottle, and the Doctor's fsc simile eugraved on the outside wrapper. Directions, French and English, accompany each bottle. Remember, the only office in N. Y. for the above celebrated Cosmetic, is 67 Walker street, one door from Broadway ml 1m m IMPORTANT TO MERCHANTS AND CLERKS QfUSTOW'S WRITING. BOOK-KEEPING 'AND O SHORT-HAND ACADEMY, No. 234 Broadway, ueai Park Place, continues open Day and Evening, for Gentlemen OF ALL AOF.S. GREAT REDUCTION. FROM TWELVE TO SIX DOLLARS! Mr. BKISTOW, of Loudon, guarantees to reform ANY nRJTINQ, however bad, illegible, or cramped, into a heaiitiml, free, eiperiitiens and finished Mercantile Style, as adapted to all the pursuits of life and business. In TWELVE EASY LESSONS?for only Sis Dollars ! Academy No. 235 Browhcay, near Park Place The LADIES are taught an elegant, graceful aud fashionable Rnuning Hand : they assemble daily at II o'clock. VISITORS in New York cau take a course iu Three Days ! Mr. B. is to be seen from 9 to 1 A. M., er from 4 to P. >1. 1 | *N N I *N ^ 1 CI C 1 8TKNOGRAPHY. Or the arausiag art of Short Hand Writing, taught by Mr. Bristow iu twelve lessons, for takiug down, Lectures, Trials, Ac. Ac. a. fast as anv person cau speak. N. B ?A work of the anthor is presented to every pupil. lLS~ FOR SALE, at the Academy, up stairs, a " Guide to Short H-ud." 2?f lm*ec EXPRESS FOR CLEVELAND AND DETROIT. THE subscribers will scud au express through from tnis city, to the above named and intermediate places, on the morning of the 9th iust., lor the transportation of specie, bank notes, buudles and packages ol goods, collection of dralts, bills n?tes and accounts,and all such other hnsim as as may he entrusted to them. POMEROY A CO.. 2 W ill ?t., N. Y N. B. Immediately on the opening of lake navigation, the above express line will be extended to Chicago, Cincinnati, Ac., and coulmurd throughout the entire season, in c nncxiou with their New York, Albany, Troy, and Buffalo daily express rn6 r Adams a co.'s new york and Newark e\ PRESS ?The public are respectfully informed that C * subscribers base established au Express between New Yo A aud Newark, N. J., for the transmission and speedy d. In- t of packages, bundles, money, Ac. Ae.; the collection of no) '? sua hills, and all other business appertaining to an Expiess Orders for articles to be returned by the Express will >e delivered free of charge. Office in New York at No. 7 Wall street, and la Newark, :*i SMITH'S Newspaper Depot, No. 120 Broad st. Leave New York st 11^ A. M. and 4jg P. M. uca*? rxewaig ai i i\. <vi. ten IS r. ivi. t*1*re ADAMS h I'll UARNDEN fc CO.'S EXPRESS -On and a'ter Than n day, the 16th, Harnden & Co will lun their Express to Boston. eiaSiomngton, Daily. m 17 iwr HARNDEN fc CO. 3 Wall at: 1 MrOKTANT TO OLD COliNTRYMKN.?MESSRS 1 H AHNDKN fc CO- will draw at their Express and Foreign I ."liar Office, No 3 Wall afreet, email hi I Is of exchange Iroin jtJ to ElOti, in nun* (n euit, payable at tight, Tor the arroinm o <Utioa ol persons wishing t.i remit to (heir friends in England, ua'and, or Scotland. The letter bags lot the Koyal Mail Bteamsrs forLi t rt ool are alio made op at their office. For further information apply to harnden k co., 3 Wnlletra ( Afenta id London?MACLEAN, MAKRI8 k CO. Lieerpool?WILMKR k SMITH a French style sweet chocolate, made with a French inachiue, at 4.17 Broadway, New York,? FELIX KFFKAV. KtUf a Ina gr<teful tliauks to the raatomera who patronise him for hi* aweet chocolate, and he takes this opiair(anity to inlonn the paMtt that he has at work a machine in hit nore to thuw how nicely the aiticle la made F Elliij'a Fietich at\le Sweet Chocolate, mule with a French machine, can be had at the wholesale pnee, either in lioxes ?f 21 pounds or in large cakea, at (he factory, 419 Broadway^ New Yoik. De alers are earnestly incited to try the IS B ? Mot Chocolate and Coffee served up in the Saloon. mllm*ec BILdS OK EXCHANOK, on all parts el England, Ireland Slid sums of ?1.?lt, All and CM.ta any amount, payable at aiglit without nisconut. Pesons desirous of remit ling to their friends will find this a safe method Apply to (4. J. (4ILVE9I EM, rn4 11 Wall lp??l and I IS Rir<.l?ty I IVEKPOOL OHKKLL COAL?160 'ons, warranted, ~g ' * ?ery superior rtiele, on hoard ?hip Hoitingticr, writ ?id* I Burling Slip. For tale by WOODHULL k .Y INTURNS, ** IT South atrset. )RR I MORNING, MARCH 25, IS TO AMERICA N~T R AV ELLERS GOING TO EUROPE. _ WJ. MARKWKLL. Proprietor of LONG'S HOTEL. J New Bnml ,irrri uhl Clifford atreet; alio, the LONDON EA M, L Y IIOTKL, Albrmiilr iirtet, hwtKe hMior to acquaint Etnilua and (utlcinni rioting LONDON, that 'J thoae H u tea have undergone a ornni Irlr rrriaion, with Hew ' ami appropriate Furniture; the Celiara are filled[with WINS# 10 of >u.*h i claa th it ia rarr lv to be tuei with, being aelectiona Irrni pnrite atocka that hire been gathered together bv variour N lilrineu and O ntl> ineu who prided themaelrea on thei' judgment ; more tnau ?000 doaen in bottle U uow congre* K11? <), beanie a v i11 quantity in wood. W J. M. haaalr.ithe honor to call the attention of Merchanta and Gr.n'lemen to hia Ksuhliahtneni in the City, under the management of hn Sou, THE NORTH AND SOUTH AMERICAN COFFEE HOUSE,CO K TAVERN kSUBM RIPTION ROOM, ViiM-via the New Hoyal Eichmge; the whole ia in the uioai irni. or .,.1 n,,anion in rl*e I'.irv. nostra sinv every information, as regaidn the Subscription Uoom, Irom all carts of the world, the proprietor having pledged nnnself to procure the earliest iutellij(?i ce. The charges are ou the inn?t moderate serin consistent witli the respectability 01 tin- house. The Furniture is entirely uew, the Sleeping departiuent replete with romfort ; in fact, no rsliblisl'ineut iii the city can cl surpass this iii its general accommodation. It is admirably d sitsalrd as regards the Northern, Eastern, aud 8. Eastrm Kailways, being out a lew ininuirs drive irom their various termini. V A Porter is appointed to attend through the night, for the " benefit of t dm' arriving or departing by ine train in 15 iw igb _ UNIThD STATES HOTEL OF PHlLAUELr J PHIA. \ ALL travellers whahave passed the days and nights of their o soiournin Philadelphia at this fine establishment, s|>eak in ti terms of unqualified praise of its accomiii dil ous, its table h and inanagement. I he arrangnnrntsof the house are adinira- > My systematic, and there are substantial contorts to be f'uud 11 in ihis Ho rl that will ho appreciated by most persons, such as 1 a clean, i(Uiet, and well-luroi^lied house, a wrll-su| plied read- w ing room, and a host whose coustaut rfforts are directed to reu- V der this it no iou a highly ag eeahU resort for respectable tra- pi Seller*. Mr Ken, by his polite aud alTthlu deporinieul, and hit si uoriiiiitt-d personal attention in the tables, suit the general ]| cornlurlof bis guests, wius favor from all who frequent bis hi use, li These who in the morning prefer to indulge in the "sweet o restorer bt'uiy sleep," instead of attending to the breakfast summons, liiid st ti e hour which suits their own convenience, ? a table set lor their especial use, with several seivauls in attend nice to cousnlt their wishes, and have any delicacv which \ the kousu affords, prepared with celeiitv for ineir gratification. li The duim r is seiveu in a light, airy, and spacious diuiug room, overlooking a sarden, and is a repast that would do credit to d any Hotel in the couutry. , i The situation of this house is decidedly the best in Ph ladelpliia, br iug on Ck<suut st, opposite the Bank of United kutes? tl ,i... , ir..i ,....ii ...: ?r.i._ mil lm*r I nTtKU STATES HOTEL, NEW YORK.-This well 1 known establishment has been leased lor a term of yean uy the uudersiitucd. who are adding to the already extensive accommodation a large Retiring Room for gentlemen, where they will find all the iniueipal nrwsiiapcrt of this country and Europe; a Dressing Room and Barber's Smip, tint surpassed by my I Is t < I m the country; Baths, hot aud cold; Minor's Patent V pnr Baths always in readiness, aud can be given on three miuulet notice. An Ordinary for the accommodation of eiti- ' reus and straugers unt imidiuu at the Hotel, will be opened on a magnificent scale; and kept op from 6 A. M. till 13 at night. The iutetior of the building is uudrrgoiug s thorough repair ?refitting and furnishing, rl. auiug aud painting. The celebratedCrotonWater is iutrodui cu throughout the House,which renders it not only healthy in the extreme, hut perfectly secure j against fire. 1 The location is such as makes it more convenient for mer- 1 chants, travellers and business men than any other in the city, being eiini-distant Iroin most of the eastern, western and south- ' eru steamboats, and in the immediate vicinity of all the Allan- 1 tic Steamers and racket Shi) s. The tables are supplied with the best our market affords; the wines of the choicest brands, and selected by onr best counoi seura; the servants cltau, orderly nud attentive?and the public may depend on the untiring efforts of its proprietois to make the United States as comfortable for Diem as any othci hotel in the Union. l?f Imr BRAISTEP 8t JOHNSON. THE NEW MIRROR?All the arrangements for the publi l cation of ihis new peri dical being uow completed,'he first number will be irsued on Saturday morning the eighth ol April next. Each number will be adorned witn an original e'ehing on steel, by J. O. Chapman, illustiatiug the letler-prrss, ami will contain sixteen soper-rm al octavo piges, enclosed in a neat cover. 'Those who wish to reicive the work from the commencement rf the volume, and thus secure a complete set with all the embel.iahmeors (as only a limited edition will be printed) can do so bv leaving directions at the office of pablica lion, No 4 Anos'reet, ueat Broadway; or at 136 Nassaustreet, ci.mer of Bei-kinah strict. City subser-brn will have tire paper left by carriers, and to those retidtuf: at a distance it will be forward-db? mail, with the utmost regularity. Terms Three Dollars per atrnu ?, invari tbly in advnee. GEORGE P. MOItRIS, Editor and Proprietor. New York March 31, 1811. mm to Ap8r GRAHA.V.'S MAGAZINE for April. < riginai Contrrbntors? W C. Brymrt, J. F. Cooirer, N P. Willis, H. W. Herbert, Mrs. Emma C. Embury, Mr*. Seba Smith, Mrs.Mary Claver, Mrs Ann S Stephens, Mrs. Francis S. Osgood. Embellished with ti e loll, winy superb engravings First Affertiou, by W. G. Jackson, on steel, from a picture by C. J. P.v is. The Love Letter, by Welch & Walter, on steel. Fashions. f irm the la'est reports from London and Paris. r Terms?$3 per aunnrn, iu advance .Single uurrb'rs 2S cents. Published monthly and delivered in any part of the city aurl I Brooklyn, and sent by mail ti >11 parts ot the United States, ' by BKADBUKY, sODP.N tk CO, c 127 .Nassrii street. New York, m22 3t*r and 10 School street. Boston. TM I'OKTANT?GEHM A N SILVER! OElt MAN HID. 1 VEH.?JAMES o MOFFBT, 121 Prince street, N. Y.t offers for tele, wholesale and retail, litO lbs of German Silver, at tire lowest market prices. In consequence of inanulicturinz the artic' e himself he can warrant it Isr snperior to,my ever before manufactured in this coun'ry, and furl v equal to tor nan uted. TO CF.DJR W.IRFrdoOPERS : JAMES O. MOkFKT Mauufactnrrr, 121 Prince street, N. Y? oiraia Tor sale wtiolesal ami retail, a superior lot of Ooo pert' Brass, Eirs and Rivet*, st th" market pricei. r TO UMU REI.U1 MA SUFJl C TURKU S, <f c. i JAMES G MUKKK t , Miimt'ii turer, 12i Prince itrert. N. rj Y., offers for sale, wholesale a-d retail, a m. erior lot I Um- , brelia, Parasol and Shade Furniture, at ike lowest market |>rieea. in 18 lm*r y JAMES G. MOPPET, 121 Priuce a'., New York, haa al- i< wayi oil hau l ami offers lor sale by wholesale au 1 retail, at n the lowest maiket price*. via G tin m Silver of different thicknesses, a very superio, article : | Sheet Bras* ; Platc'a do; | Coopers' Bra-a ; Pail Ears and Rivets ; e Umbrella, Parasol and Sha le Pu'niture. j, Which he warrants hi quality equal to auy in the United sl Stales, and of his own manaifscture. n (C7- Gold, Silver, and all kin Jt of metal, rolled at the shorteat notice. m'O Im'r j ENfiLlxil AOVEK'l iSEMK.NT?Notice to Mailer, of Vessels and oth rs visiting Liverpool ou business or plea- " sure?Mr* Guranch, late of the Washington Hotel, begs 1 respectfully t* inform her uumorona American frienjs, that 1 she haa removed from Saint PanlsSquare to No. 96 Duke street, J Liverpool, a few minutes walk from the Custom House, which private house is fitted up with every comfort and convenience, " and tru.u to lie favored with a continuance of that sdpport so *> many years afforded to her. ml I mr IOST?Id the ni"uiii of Pebrnary. IMS. berween Bnltalo al * and this city, a letter enclosing certificate N). 93. dated Tl Jan. 20, 1888, for lifty shares in the capital stock of the Commercial B mk of Manchester, Miss., at* ding in my name ? ,, Auy person having foi ud the same, will lie suitably rewarded '( by forwarding it to the subscribe:. New York. Peb. 17, 18:3. f 19-tnap'i *r G. W. HATCH. !P PI- 1 KR? fct MORI ON'S Trunk Re|ioaitory, No. SI WiT 8 linn street, cooler Maiden Ime, mannfactures and keeps " constantly on hand, wholesale and retail, al lends of Travel- N ling and Packing Trunks, Carret Bags, Hat and Bonnet Cases, ei Merchants and others are respectfully invited to call and ei- V amine eur stock, before purchasing elsewhere. [ Manufactory, 340 Broad street, Newark, N. J. ml2 lm*ee v OFFRENCH MILLINERY GOODS. YYfENING of the Spring paihi 'n* st the Magaz'ii de Modes, t; 60 Canal s'reet. MAD. D. BEIIRmAN bigs to inform si her nunicrnus friends and the public that she has just received w from Prance, an entire new and heauti:?l style ofjHIk mate- ol nsis n r l imes n ui, ami along wun it tome cases 01 rant siik ai hats, which for oo' el y and elegance of style never vet was ti presented to the public before' amoig which is most pte-emi- w nent a ?ilk ha*, railed Cipolte d' Kleuo'a, which it indeed imblrmatiral of Parisian taste. Mtd'mr B. hit jU't opened teVe- bj ral c ises of French impor'ed I .ney whalebones and straw hau tl of the choices! styles; alto a large sMortment of Tnscana tnd flue Dunstaples; alto a Lrge and Tarird assortment of French lawn halt from mf-iitt sixes up to ladiet?the whole of which jf Mad B. h.ia determined, iu onJer to meet the exigency of the timet, to offer at tuch low prices, at unlit eu>u ? net tin-con- c| timiaoce nfher pa'r'nt, who tor miny years h i?e honored her with their c >mmamls, ar il trusts to obtain the iire'crence of ,y those whose lit Irons re she now solicits. An early call is re- jy t|in aud at the old Fienrh rstab'iahme nt, Mazarin dc Modes, <>n Canal itieet. ,*.tad B has slso received an assortment of Paris flowers and rthhout, which for variety and styles, m ly be called complete. m 23-Im*r N IMPORTANT CONSIDERATION FOK THE {.ADIEU.?MR*. LOVE, Corset Maker, No. 61 Lisperisid x ?t r ills tin a.tention ot ladies to her important invented Ab- 1 dominal Sujuiorler lot the preservation of the health and f str>ugtn during pregnanrv. i'bis Abdominil Sar |Hirtrr has ^ called forth th, fiilleil approbation of the most eminent Medi- sj, ca m ti Irom the satisfactory retails to th.iee ladies who have An Md them. It U perfect in us apidica ion, acting as a support y and preventing alltli.uu m on the muscles, and the const ipient jlatiyne and si aii'ta.ionof the whole system daring pregnancy, hi Nothing has ever been invented, offers so many decided |p advantages for invigorating the system against every accident at the period of gustation at the same time presetting ihe nalu- ,-r ral form. Country inrrshauta and city retailers tU| plied on ads'sntageona ti rmt Mrs L< re at the same time calls their at- cfl tonl inn to her improved Shoulder El isiie Braces, for misses, as being the Im g required desideratum lor the expansion of the , chest. Mrs. L. has seen red a patent. She liegs to refer in rela- _ t'on to the above, to the foil wing eminent men of the Medical I Faculty?Dr Francis, Dr F. U. Pond, Dr. sleDouaul, i roles- . , sor t iillm hi, M. D., Professor Parker, M. D., Dr N? Ison, A. C. *' Castle, M. D . Dr. J. W. Moore, J. Nrilson, M D , J. W. E? Francis, M. D. rn'WIinr *' P? CHEAP t'AS'l r TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT, L &i John afreet, (wear William.) at r {E subscriber resitectlully announces to his friends and tha Gi public generally. that he has 01 eued an Establishment on . ' he Cheap I ash System, where gentlemen will always find a ** New and Fashinmtila Assortment of Cloths, Cataimerrs and V eatings, which will he in'de up to order iri a style of fit and _J workmanship, not surpassed bv any other natablishmeuf in the city,at the following low prices ? Fins Dies* or Frock Coals, any color, from $14 to $11 Nupeifiue do do do 18 to 23 Pants of Wool B'ack, or Fancy Caasimeiea S to S Vests of Ss.Ill, Silt, Valentia, Velvet, fce j to J Just received, a splendid aaaortment.of Spring aad Summer gnods, at extraordinary low prices. O" Gentlemen famishing their own goods can have them made and trimmed, at the lowest possible prices far Cash. mltmec JAMES LACY. ? sin MARTIN'S CASH TAILORING rfl ESTABLISHMENT- ? 164 t.'iiam Street, Corner of Jinn Street, ^ IS decidedly Ihe rheaiest in the eicy. There is alwtys on I hanJssfleetstiKkol seasonable goods, purchased for etsh, I) which Will i) in Itle up to order in the style of make, fit, trim mm ate, ihe has given such general salisfactioa daring the 'nc luti.'ir year i, and an poamve saving ol? percent. ^ Gentlemen ate rtituesteu to call and animus. Thoss who ln I fc,B,,h,h>,rowlTfmVitSfMKD. R Dress C alt, made an I trimmed, -ft 06 in $1 H Ql Frock Costa, do do > 06 to I St til Pants and Vasts, . I 7S to I Oil Over Coats. "* I M to II M J"* Terms?Cash oa delirary. ae (euTjm MICHAEL E. MARTIN ... Wl \ tltiW (TI.AsS?50 boxes ot the St H. lens Crown irl.ti msniilactnre, assorteil aizes, fnim MxS up I0 4M34. /N lor sale by WOODHULL It MINTUR N8, \J mUi 17 South street I at A IKRA 143. JOHN M. DAV1E8 & JONES, 106 WILLIAM STREET, COKNKK OF JOHN, . JAVE jiut rrceivej from recent imp<rtations, and of their A own m inulacture, a very superior assortment of Sping loud*, consisting of every thing neat tasty ami fashioutble III i* geutUmen's furnishing line, which added to their former ock. cosnprises an assortment of goods rarely if ever before J in rid in one store, among which are:? CAPM?In every variety, for gentlemen, youth and children. CRAVATS?Of plain and figured satin, gro grams,camhricks. he f. SCAHF8?Of TeUine latin, broche. GLOVES?Of kid, silk, browu and chsue linen, lisle, spun O ilk, tr, HOSIERY?Of cotton, merino, wool spun silk, fcc. UNDER (MHMENTS-Of aliuker knit merino, wooleu, eilk, cotton. Stc. LINEN COLLARS?Plain and Byron, of all qualities and shapes. SHIRTS?Of linen, mailin, French cambric, plain and with raffle*, lie. SUSPENDERS?Of mm elaatic. aflk, cotton, lie. OILED SILKS?Of white and fancy colon, warrauted not to adhere in any climate. The above cuinpiiie* only part of their assortment, and purhater* will contnlt thrir own iutere?t by eaamininc this splenid a**ortment nfgood* before puichasing. WHOLE-ALE AND RETAIL, at their old eitabliahrd an. Slock, Linen and Oiled Silk Manufactory, 10. 106 william street, corner of john m3 3in?m OA\ Ok SWt.OOil FOR THE PAYMENT OF 'ON TRACTORS AND OTHERS ON THE PUBLIC VOHKS?The Commissioners of the Caual Fund, by viilae f the act entitled "An act to i rovide lor the payment ol Con actors and other* on the Public Work*," painedMarch 16,1811, ereby itive uorice, that sealed proposals will be received until 1oud.iv, the third day of April near, al 4 o'clock in the alteroon of that d <v, for e loan of Three Hundreo and 1'weutv 'liousaud Dollars, for which transferable certificate* of ttock rill he lulled, i the name of The People of the Strlc of New 'ork, brarmir interest at the rate ol si* par cent per annum, syable qiiariurly, and the principle reimbursable al the pleaire of the Commissioners of the Caual Fund alter the year 361. It it to be uiulent'sd, that the CommittioDer* are to he at berty to take a leas aurn, if the offer* are not *nch a* iu their piliiou are advaiilatfruus to the iuteieat* of the State. The proposal may be lor the whole or any part of *aid loan ot leti th in SI" 000; all propoial* to be sealed up and endorted Loauforthe i'avmeiit of Contractor* and other* an the Public York*," and eucloacd in au envelope directed to thuCnmpt ol:r at Albany. The money will be required to he paid on or before the 6th ay of April ue*t, in such Bank in New York or Albany a* hall be designated by the Commissioner* of the Canal Fund. Stockholder* residing in the Island 2nd Senate District*,and liose residing oat of the state, will receive the interest on the lock held by them, quarterly, at the Bank of the Mauhattau Company in the city of New York; all other stockholders, at he New York S'ate Bank in the city of Albany. Dated Caual Department. Albany, March 16th, 1843.j A. C. fl*gg, Comptroller. S. YOUN 3, Secretary of State. GEO. T. BARKER. Attorney General. NATII'L JONE-, Surveyor General. THOMAS FAR RING TON, Treasurer. m2ltoaj3r D. S. 01' KlNSON, l.jeul. Qoveriinr. <T?HA\C|9' PATeSTT-LlFhTlBOAT,' Office No. 7 " Wall street. m2l _ HATS. \? BI'KIPIU IA1HIU? [NOW fttAUK.-ine sub- . scriber respectfully informs his friends, customers, and ;lie public iu geneial, that they can purchase at his store a 1 nnJioinf Short Nap S lk Hat, a ural, ] it the low price of $2 60. Alto, elegant Moleskin Silk Hit* at ft; hue Nutria Kur H its at S3 Vi?e<iua'in appearance, and but little inferior, to those itamlly sold at St 50. Also, a iteueral assortment of caps, of the newest patterns. WILLIAM BANTA, inS lm?r 110 Chatham street. LOOK AT THIS?Selliin; off that rich aud aplendid stock of hoots and shoes, 23 per cent below cos', to close the store ou lit of April. So ladies aud gentlemen, that are iu want of those articles, please eall belore the Istof April, fo you will save all of 30 per cent. Do not forget the No , 92 Canal street, corner of Wooater street, mil to al*r GREGORY * CAHlLL. TOOLS?TOOLS?TOOLS. f A LBERTSON'S, Conner's, Hortnn'saud Clifford's warranted Cast Steel Coopers, Carpenters and Shin Carpenters | Edge Tools, cau he had at wholesale aud retail, of OSBORN it LITTLK, 13 Fulton street, New ork, (10 iter cent allowed to merchants) aud who keep on nam! a full assortment of Coopers' Tools, Iron Rivets, Truss Hoops, Stave Jointers, Stock Howells and Crozes. Also, Importers aud General Dealers in English, German and Ainerioae Hardwire, Cutlery, Nails, See. Ike CHARLES OSBORN. f H 3m er* CHARLES S LITTLE. WORAM & HEATHER, No. 377 BROADWAY, UPHOLSTER ERS. (17 1& II. res|iectfully inform their Iriends and the public, ? * that they attend to the abo.e bnsiuess in all its branches, md make up carptls iu the neatest aud best style ou moderate terms. Estimate and con'racrs given at the shortest notice. N. H ? All kiudi of old work attended to with punctuality. mil lm*r rjKKICE OK JEEKEKSON INSURANCE COMPAk' NY?Office 36 Will street. This Company continue heir hus-nrsi of insurance against loss or dam ige by fire, >n goods, wares .and merchandize aud also, ou vessels aiid their argoes against low by inland navigation. DIRECTORS. Thomas W Thome Eliaha Kigcs Thomas 'I' Woodruff Benjamin II Robeon John R Davison Francis P Sage A Thomson Price Joseph Allen V John H Lee John P .Vlnore f] Most * Tucker James E Holmes Caleb C. Tunis James It Whiting Anson Raker} Wm K Thorn I1 Joseph Drake Hiwley 1, John C Mil rut Thomas M'urell THOMAS W THORNK, President. 1 <IKO. T HOPE iWrrturv m'3v ikb n rHE-C VKD1NAL PLMN'TljVT:ONTRuVKItsFb?- >' I ??-eru ih~ Church of 11 mesnil th- ProtertantHiahChnrch II In K'ldiv inofu ng nrtt, will be published. "An Inqniry into le Merit of the ttefnrmed Uoctrne of Imputation, aa onn n?lrd w itli those of Ca'hidir iinpiimtinn St<"., fcr , wi h Mm- N llaneotis Essays cu Catholic Fa-th:by Va-'brugh Livingston K ;?<j , recently a member of the Protestant Em copal Church, |, teceil tiny no introduction written ti.reotly for lite work, , y the Hi. in Hev. Bishop Huithes. 11 CASSEKLY h SONS. m2W6t**c IM Naii.ii.i .erect. j[ VOLoi.E EXTRA ITALIAN WASH -This eitranrdi tj nary discoTery in the art ?f chemis'.iv. for the immediate .. raflicatiin of d i drifT, without the aid of the comb, is lor sale y the inventor P. Pusseddu, 17 Park How. i is efficacy ?ud H uperviri y lias hern tested hy thousands. Its application nil! u ledia'clt ilestrovi (1 audriff, nod < ullivalcs the hair. Trier (I pet bottle, or 2) cents for a* w ish, at ill" lhop, 7 Park How, New Voik P. PUBSEUDU. n mil Im'r ^ OLUMBE DAGUERRI AN GALLERY OF PATENT * L COLORED PHOTOGRAPHS, corner of Broadway t nd Murray street, (next door to Peale's Motenm.)?Plnmbe t 'stent Colored Daguerreotype Likenesses taken daily,.in a jperior style to aay thiuc ever seeu in New York, at $ I each, oil a duplicate gratis. Plnmbe Patent Coloring Daguerreotype Apparatus, and v In in be Patent Electro Gilding Apparatus, with instrnctinus i id Patent Rights, supplied to order. Also, plates, cases, Ac., 'rylow. I Caution?The east superiority of the Patent Colored Photoaphs, having thrown the old kind eutirely into the shade, seiralol the rhniographers in New York are attempting to npote upo. the piinlie by advertising their productions as patent." whereat the only patent ever granted try the United 'atrs for an improvement iu Dagnerreotvpe Portraits, is Plumbe's,"?dated October 22, IH2?and the only place in T lew York where the patent one can be obtained, is the above . itahlishmeni. ml lin*m " N CHANCERY? Before the Vice Chancellor of the First t< Circuit.?Henry Worra'l an-1 Noah Worrall vs James Gregg vilson. I' Notice i? hereby given, that pursuant to the directions coiinr-d id llie drcree made in this ciuse, nnd by rime rf an asKiiment rmatnl M me by the above named defendant. I i| ill cauae to be told at the Merchanla' Exchange, in die city r.New the seventh d.y of April nut. at 12 o'clock, : nooti of that day, hy K O. Bailing anetionrer, all die light, tie and interest which the said del'enoant has, in dial ceriaiu r.kly publication called the Brother Jonathan. V ltifoimation as to the nature ami extent o? such interest can p li id en application to EDMUND S. DEIIRY, Solicitor lor le comii'ainant, 51 Wall sir et. V CHRISTIAN P. SLOAN, Receiver. ( mil lawtApril 7th cc si N rU HSUANCE of an order of the Surrogate of the Conn- J tv ol New York, notice is hereby given t all peisous having laims againal Peter Murphy, late ?l the city ol New York, tntleman, deceased, to present the same with the vouchers lereof. to the subscribers, at ihe office of Edmund S. Uerry, to. 51 Wall street, in the citv of New York, on or before the " ghteenlh day of September nest. f Dated New York, the 15th ilav of Mareh. 1113. JA(;(IH HAHVEY, JAMES C BKLL.I I) mIS Iaw6m r Adnsinistrstors with the w II aanrxed. I JOTICE TO DEALERS AND CONNOISSEURS * IN MADEIRA WIN ES.-WEcLINOTON A. ( AHEH, Commission and Wine ^Merchant, No. 5 New afrrrt. cw York, Hole Aitent in thr United Sta ts lor the celebrated >melino Madeira Wines, offers for sale, nt moderate pri es I in uu.inlil es to please buyers,his entire stock of that brand. 5 half piiiesaml smaller casks, (under <'ustoin Hou?e lock.) he Somelion wines are f oin the South Side; they have a gh and peculiarly rich Ramr, the vintages ale Irom lfllj to ii, ami or n.'jamy ce enratrd iu r.urupe, the K-u holier,ami r tilled otates. Another opportunity miy urt occur in rainy ' ire to obtain old vian at terv law purrs. > W. A. OAUTIS wliti i nwe the pwblic end hit friends a ' utiuu iticunf ttwir lib-r?i support. m hie wines and liquors wood and itlm,mlM|inlwM4fion (he beet in market. P; mIt 'mr 'I 'O THE LOVERS OF SUPERIOR BLAci TKA- JJJ Howqua1! Miitnre?This eitrrmely delicious and uuparal- ? led Tee, to hipltly celebrated ill China and Europe, jnet ini ,r irted, ia now for tale at the Canton Tea Company's Ifenrral .y, en katablithmr ut, 111 Charhamtt Ntw Vr i? in Chiuet* r, ebatret Price 50 cents acd fit m'T In1' ,y, OAL AT VIVE DOLLARS PEH TON-Beat 1'eaen <?] ' Orchard Ued Ash, broben aud e** tod tto i e, tellina J 5 l>er tou, delirered from the yard cer in* and I ' rernwich tliertt , Alto, a good quilitr or Gray-ash Coal, tollable for stoves, at a ,">0 per ton, del ire rid. PETER CLINTON S i ln*M ___ U daguerreotype likenesses Tin t, WIT I ALL Til* HKAUTIKS OP ( natural colors, and on a:larok size,- | doctor l."rm. cyrus, "\ 231 KOADWAY, up ATAIK8. rj ^ Likenetaet takrn eiery day, from early in the morn in* ,, jI 3 o'clock, P. M m 6 lin*r y flOr. f'HHEAl)?20 bales patent Shoe Thiead, White in I treen, in 1 and t oz aallt, tor tale hv f E. K. COLLINS fe CO., ' Mr 5* M m'h trr?et. tr, KANOK CREAM < A Ml Y.-M. int. J. Peaae A A.m. t,r Confectioners, 45 Divufi n ttrect, have brought forth ^ ither delieiont componud to itralify the tweet teeth and ties llie palates of those who indulge in tuch "tweelineatt " cp it etndy imaseaea the fine ftaror of the Hartnt orausra, and. 1 think, cannot fail to receive the (wtranacr el the ladies and - * rt of confer: 'onary In itneial.^Anrera. HO f,i IA HA.?yy.midTJa I'rneba 25,One 4Vood?ills O 4.ih n Almenderaa M (cat do Kc*alia jd.iMlMoro M.00S Canones n 25,i,on Victoria 5#.#00 Barrios Principe eiycd bf ChnMeval Colon and He letpmit. from Htrii \1 ' ci titled to >,e,'eMare, lot talc by " '"Wr irr.iv f. ? ? Oirp . ?*.- 0,h OPPKH?A cmi letr assortment <( eilra qaality r.iiyuah Copper, fiom 14 te 32 us. inst rercivcd _per late arriysla, for a by K. H. i;OLLINH A CO. 34 ttowh at. LD. Two Cants. Colnmbna, Ohio. [Coma11>udenee of the Hrreld.) Columbus, Ohio, March 12, ih43. Ohio Stale Credit. ames Gordon IIennett, Esq Sir,? I think you do this State (treat injustice in the requent remarks upon its credit m 'he moneyarticles f the Herald. And some of the facts in regard to ur finances are incorrectly -1 ated. You consider the itsuing of scrip to pay the do nfstic creditors (contractors on the public works), .na to finish the Miami Canal, injurious to the State redit, and yet you s;iy, "a lefusal to do so would ?ave destroyed it " What, then, would you have he State to dol What more could she dol Except for the Miami Canal extension, which vill render the whol greatly more productive, the lebt has not been increased by the new scrip Vnd $867,000 is all that in required for that impor> ant work. You say that the people of Ohio have to pay ibout #1,000,000 tor interest, and near #2,1(00,000 or State, County, and Town taxes, making $3,000,000 to pay annually. Thin is a great error; and it is remarkable that he sagacity which usually marks your money aricles, did not discover that you have counted the axation applied to the payment of interest twice tver The StHte tax goes to pay so much of the uterest on the State debt as is not provided lor by lie Canal tol's, and this may be half a million or nore. Yet you count it us a tax, and you count it ts interest also. Nor are the Canal tolls, which are applied also to he interest, prop-rly to be churged as a tax ujion he people ot this State. Much ot the tolls are paid or produce aad merchandize of other States. And o argue that the tolls are a burden, would he to dedare that the Canal itself, which affords such cheap acilities for transportation, and has so largely inireused the wealth of the State, is a burden to the >eople?a paradox hardly worthy the place it occuties. A nd if the tolls are thus lorced in to swell an ill other expenses of transportation, whether on the t.tnal or on the rivers and common roads'! Surely pvith equal propriety another million might be tdded. There is one important feature in the financial wlicy of Ohio,which ia overlooked in y?v articles, mil which is important in sustaining her credit on i firmer basis than that of Pennsylvania, Indiana, and Illinois, with which you are pleased to compare her. I state it in the language of a Senator in a recent discus-ion of the Legislature upon this particular subject He remarked? "As the law now is, and has been for many years, the auditor is required to levy for canal purposes an amount sufficient to supply any deficit in the interest on the canal debt." Can any nledge he more satisfactory to the bondholders'! Can there be required a better evidence of the integrity of the public faith of the State! Hut you may refer to other States which have failed to increase their taxes, or repealed them, to show the probability of a similar course in Ohio. Happily a decisive vote has just been given in both tranches of our Legislature, which seals the fate if such a proposition as with the indignant reprobaion of the representatives of an honest and virtuous >eople, determined to preserve their faith untarnished. A few ,duys after the Lower House had promptly rejected a motion to take from the auditor the power to increase the taxes sufficiently to meet any deficiency in the public interest, a similar proposition was made in the Senate: and it was defeated by an overwhelming vote, only four voting in favor, and twenty-nine against, being nearly all of both parties. The proposition was made by a distinguished Senator, not with a design of creating or permitting inv Hrfinit not to hp OtliPrwiup nrnui/lflrl for hut frv estnre the whole faxing power exclusively into the lands of the Legislature, it being deemed by 'uni 00 great a power to be reposed in any one man. I iope you will do Ohio the justice to record this fact a its connection with the law referred to. Again, you allude to the low prices of produce as reason why Ohio cannot meet her interest. But ou elsewhere record the great and continued inlux ol s|M'cie. and the certain improvement of trade ud prices as the inevitable results. Is it lair, there ore, to predicate the ability of a great and popu>u? agricultural State like Onio, by the present rxremely low prices ol her great staples 1 Do the chievements of her past history, unexampled as it 1 in every substantial mark ol improvement, proriise nothing lor the future I You repeatedly refer to the deficiency in the reveucs of the past year, and with singular boldness user! that "the fate of Ohio is sealed!" and that Ohio as paid nothing "from her own resources !" What lien, have become of her tolls and State taxes ? In a crisis like that which has nearly prostrated le business of the whole country, is it at all strange lat the tolls of the Ohio canals should have dereased in common with the 1,.ic works of other tales, not excepting New \ i* 1 And is it remarkbte that such results should have dehed the keenest agacity, and disappointed the calculations ot ulaost every financial officer in the whole conntry 1? Lnd yet this was the real cause of the deficiency, vhicli you consider so oriiiBwus of disaster and ruin o the State. The truth is simply that the auditors' stimates were not realised, and ol course the tax lid not cover the deficiency. But I have prolonged these remarks longer than vas intended. I respectfully usk their publication, n this I do not ask, I trust, more than what imparial justice requires, and you arc willing togrant. I am, respectfully, yours, <fec. C. Literary Notices. The Young Mechanic. Saxton and Mile*.? 'his is an elegant little volume, containing a ntimer of excellent essays on the lorniation ol charac r, intellectual culture, and other eubjecis of imurtance to the young. It is especially addressed ?the youn.j mechanics, and we heartily desire for ; their particular attention Imputation Casserly and Sons, 108 Nassau street. -This is a very interesting examination ol the iews entertained by eminent English divines, repecting the doctrine of justification by faith. It is written by Mr. Vanhurgh Livingstone, a convert rom Protestantism to the Catholic laiili The ' Introductory Essay" is from the pen of Bishop I lights, and is written with great power and bility. Tom Burke of "Ours" Nos. 5 and 6.?Just ssued by Wiley and Putnam. For sale at the lerald Literary Depot. IIkctor O'Hau.oran. No. 11.?Just published y D. Appleton and Co., and lor sale at the Herald literary Depot. UNITED STATES TEA EMPORIUM, 121, late 129 Chatham ttrert, Arte York. WHOLVSAUTAND* KfcTAIL. rIK CANTON TttA COMPANY continue 10 offer for* new and fragrant Tea* of every variety anil style. 'Iieir aaaormetit specially includes the n..?at delicious >od ,errfnl gradei of Oreen and Black K'enr pacha** bear* the amp <>f ncatnee* and elegance. and the Tea* therein are so loroti.hlv acre red frem light and air that th.-ir qnnlitv and >wer will remain mn in faired m any climate. Their si stem f prosecuting bnaiueaa i*perhap* scarcely to be eiealled It founded npon the ntinoat regard to the righu of hecnatomaaneciallr with ie*r*et to weight and jnality, and onriille f cheapness. All pnrchajet* are called upon to return any tielea which tail to giee them the fnlleat aatiafaction, which r money will be cheerfully and promptly refunded Couor merchant!, | nhlic a atablishmsuts, heads of families, aud irmaatrrs will find it a decided advantage to supply them Ire* from thia establishment, coffee roasted everyday. Irder* from all part* of tbe United State* execeted with inaptitude and despatch. nr Tht onit warehouse in America, for the sale of Honi'a celebrated Black Tea m'7 lm"r I L. KAKNAM, Jan Water street, New York, manunc. tarer of every species of Hydraulic appar <tns. i"ire H'.ngiuea, of every sixe, for eitiaa, villages, factories, nutioua, ke. I.irdeu Kogiues, Kite Hooks, Kir* Buckets and Kir* Caps, lemp Hoar, Leather Hose,of any sixe reqair i luc'ion Hose, Capfing Screws, kic. ,ift and Koree Pumps, to lift and force water auy distance, m 10 to lillO gall 'tis a minute. Nind Mills, Horse Powers, Wster Wheels, ke., for worh[ puinie. thip and Stearobost Pumjw for filling boilers, ke., to be ased i-aaa of fire. Yir Pumps for yaruum or condensation, of any required as*. L*esd and Iron Pipe, Brass Cocks, ke. ut Iron Kountain*. of rarinna figures and devices. B.?Th? pumps of mv mmnfacttire are double action, of >at strength, and rerv simple in their couatrection, being \>?rnl?rly well etfcnlated P>r the Southern and West India i bets. _ dSI Im *rc 'HKSf. fat lamed and celebrated Pills, from Portugal, sc. we j-ereete*, to be obtained m this couutrv, Seeudvsrtiea WiWTTfl IR6N-i? tons very superior Scotch^ig lnoi, Langlueu brand, for sale by WOODHULl k M1NTURNS. i21r _ *T dnelh street. PATCHES. CLOCKS, AND JEWELS, repaired'm the best manner and wariantod, much lower tnan at "r e, place in th* eitv, at (?. C. ALLICN'S. Importer of W.tche. sod Je waly^

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