Newspaper of The New York Herald, April 16, 1843, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated April 16, 1843 Page 1
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TH Vol. IX.?Ho. 103.?Wbo.'t Ho. 3318. To til* Public. THE NEW YORK HERALD?daily newspaper?published every day of the year except Nnw Yetr'i diy and Fourth of July. Price 3 cent* per copy?or >7 3fl per annum?postage* paid?cash in advance. THE WEEKLY HERALb?published every Saturday morning?price 6} cent* per copy, or f3 13 per annumpostages paid?cash in advance. ADVERTISERS are informed that the circulation of the Herald is over THIRTY THOUSAND, and increasing ast. It hat the largest circulation of any paper in thii city, or the world, and it therefore, the belt channel for burinen men in the city or country. Prices moderate?cash in advance. PRINTING of all kind*, executed at the most moderate prices, and in the most elegant style. JAMES GORDON BENNETT. PaoraixToa ir thi Herald Establishment, Northwest comet of Fulton and Nassau streets JK HUUSe.S "i'U L.H.T AT YUHKVlLLI..-il large ! housea on (lie corner of 84lh street and 3d avenue; either I'.'ia of them ia calculated for a public home, grocery or private residence. On the premises is a tine stable, bowling alley, and a fine garden, consisting of 8 iota, with grape vines and fruit aees thcreuu. For tcrins, inquire of JOHN A. MORRILL, Ksq., mttwr No. II Chambers st, SHADES IN ANN ST ? l o let, front 1st of May. his valuable and old established staml for a tavern; rent S600 aud taxes. Apply to Mr. BARNh-S, 34 B-rkman street. all 4<*jgb a WANTED To rUHCHASB-A substantially built twastnry and stiic or three stoiv brich dwelling kotise, situated in WiHisnnturg or Brools'yn. within a few minutes wa'k o'lhe Peck Blip Ferry .Williams burg, or the Fulton Ferry. Brooklyn. Any person hsviug such to di?poie ol, and W'Uirg to tell at a low price, may hear of a cish custom#' by addressing a rote stiting pr re. location, * hen the piemiscs could be seen,?c,to L J box 13a Park Post Ofee. N. B ?A h -use no' yet rented for the ensuing year would be prcfcind and 'he pr'c- mut' he low. a!4 3tr kri TO RENT?The extensive Building erected the preprVW centsos' n bv the subscriber, for his own residence, on XsUL'lie margin of the E ?st River, at tiowrnus heights, two and half miles from South Brooklyn Ferry, commanding ridendid views rf the Bay and Jersey shore, the c'ties of New York and Prookl'n. S'atea Island ard the E>st aid North Rivera. 1 h# H;use iab-ick. a superior bnildiug, five stories h'vh. covered w'lh copper, the Hall ard stairs of maiblv; die water front ab at ona thousand feet, and ihe bribing within a ft w vatdiof the door, esc>; lie't fishing si d fiwliiig in the im mediate vicinitv. Tli-dtive from New York is abrut fifteen miuu'ra, and the premiss are not excelled by any >i uation near this ci y One huud'ed petsona can be accommodstad.? I'oasdsaion linmtd ate'*. Ap"'vtn JOHN F DELAPLAINF.68 Wall at. ALSO TO LET, ilia three atorv brick House, 34 Walker 1 at'eet, between Broadway asd Church atrret, occupied by Mrs. VerpLtick; and'he iwo ?torv brick House No 2*39 Nineteenth atrei t occupied by Mr- C. W. Feeka?Rents moderate. alO lm*gc TO LET?The Mansion Home at Bloomingdale, known at the " Abbey"situated.1 shirt 'i.tanee above . 1 h- six mile stone,jusi above Stryker's Bay. and nearly opposite St. Michtels Church The place is well known aa one ol the most delightful situations on the Island, and ia re ma-kably hea'thy id the auni'iter seasnu. T"f Hlormingdale stages pass and repass the gate every hoar in the day. The gate is new, and nnmbered 101. The tent will be in accordance with the present state of the times. A plv on the premises, o? at 133 Chambers street. N. B.? Arrangement could be mtde, if desired, byaratirfactory tenant, to let a put of the furniture now in the house remain, era part of the house will be reured separately. apli lm*r i t' TO LET? b'iistoi May, the modern built ihtee story I ] house, No 16 Oreen street, with marble mante s, grates silver plaiting throughout. For terms, apply to Ailkens ' rs, 122 Fulton street, or P. Sheirsten, corner Ureen and 1 firsnd streets. a8 2w*r 1 a TO LET?The three sf>ry hoi<e No. 17 North Moore i street corner of Varick. The premises can be seen from 10 to 4 o'clock. Apply to 1 L. J. WHITE. a!2 0t*r 189 Water street. "jBT TO LET?The fire prool brick store. No. 103 eouth st, with immediate ro??-s?ion if required, apply to I Jjjl. WOODHULL ?t mInIURN, p>?4r 07 South street. TO CET?The two story brick House and premises, plNo. 143 Wooster street, finished in the moat modern J>J&style, with inaible mantel-pieces and folding doors throughout. Apply to JOSEPH McMVKRAY, m"3r 100 Pine street. | kd TO LET?A Sail Loft m store N?. 61 South street, on reasonable terms. Apply to J jl JOHN HERDMAN, m71r On the premises. kaA TO LET OU LEASE?Two-three story hou<es in ffvlw B'oome. near Wooster st, with neat court yards in (runt. Xjfl. I'he 2 store house No M Laurens st. The two stery houses 46 and 41 6th avenue. The two sturv rot age koowu aa the Washington Hall, comer of Fourth and Thomiisou streets, opt oslte Washington Square. '1 he above are in perfect order, and were lately painted throughout. Will be rsuted low to good tenajits.^^Aijily to 6 Bond st, before 9 A. M. or between 4 and 7 P. M., or' at 30 Wall sr. a9 7teod<,m MFOK SALE?The lease, slick and fixtures ol the old established and we'l known Bar Room, 101 Chatham st, orvt door to the Theatre. Apply on the premises from 13 to 3 o'clock al0 2w*r Jw KOK BALE?Thai well known Coach factory, to I y griher with the dwelling House, and twenty-four lots J"fJ f ground, situate at Harlem, on the 4th Avenue, between 128th and 129lh atreela, and lormerly occupied by John htenhetisoa. The factory ii a substantial two story brick buildinv, 40 feet Dyzouieet ud izsin aireet ince are nre two s'ory ourment and attic brick ' uilriugs, well fioiihrd. each 20 fret by 15 feet. Adjoining the dueling houeea if a brick Carriage House, It , feet by 35 feet. On '20 h (treat there if en Engine H'uie of brick, 10 feet by 35 ft et. Alao, a Blarkaoiith Shop 1(0 feet front by: 0 feet deep, with bztnrei, Itc. The atreetf and aveune are rrgnlated, curbed, and guttered, an all aaaetaments paid- The premiaet ate in complete order, and ready far immediate occupaacy. The tame will be told cheap Three-fonrtha of the pur- ' rhate money remaiuing on bond and mor'g<ge for a number of 1 yeara Apply to ANDREW McUOWaN corner of Third | y? venne end l2Cth ftreet, Harlem, or to C. W. VAN VOOR ! H<8. 38 John ttreet, whete a map of the property can be teea. al3 iw*t tet KOR sack, EXCHANU"., OH LEAsh - The ffTr? pleasant Country Seat, aitnated on high ground, oveiJ^^lookinc Nrwtown, four milea from Willianiahurgh.? Fl tri paaa the door three tiinea daily, from Peck (lip; containing near 16 aces, part handsome wood, mention houae, two ! atory, pi zzas front and rear, four rooma on a ri tor, hall through 1 the rent e. rariort, folding doort, Huttia grates, painted walla, and finiahed in a handaome and substantial menuer, convenient kitchen, oven, dairy, and ice houae filled with ice from a tiah |tond on the place: well and pu? p end brick cittern, spacious coach houae and barn. Grape arbor rear of the houae, fronting the road a handaome fence eitending to the gardner't house. A map may be acen, and terma liberal. Apply to 1. L. SCHIKFFF.LIN, aS2w*r 114 Canal atreet. SPACIOUS AND FASHIONABLE HOTEL IN PHILADELPHIA, hmd THE faahienable Hotel, Marahall Honae, capable of tTTTB accommodating 150 peraoua, annate in Cheatnnt atreet, X^lLbetweeu 6tn and 7lh streets in Philadelphia,having been recentlv mnch improved and repaired throughout, ia to be let at a reduced rent, for a term of yean. Apply to SAMUEL POWEL, 207 Cbeatnut atreet, or to JOSEPH B. TOWNSEND, m23 Ttaw lm*r 309 Arch atreet. DRESS BOOTS. LATEST FRENCH STYLE. THE SUBSCRIBER 'eapecifully invites the citizens of New Yo k and strangers viaitimr the city, to call at lli pill tiin 8ti1v.l-t mid enmin? ft large aa?o>tmei.r uf Dnataa Boots, made iu the latest lashiun, aud nl the finett French calfskin. Oenl emen-cau hare boo's made toord-r in the beet manner, at aix dollara per paii, and footed at fonr dollars, warranted e<|tial to any manufactured in the city at from seven to eight fit ? 'IT#. df^Peraoni having tender ferf, or being difficult te fit en accmntoflntnpa, bnniona corns, lie., can have boo'i made so at to Ik eaay yet handsome. by th- aiibscrihe 'a method of taking adtawiutof he lect and luting up and keeping a pair ol laata for each customer. Stranger* leaving their meainrei can, by writing, have boola > made anil forwarded tot' em without delay. COt*?t*l*ti.t CI* hand. Hand Mime Boota, fioni $1 CO to fG 00 Half Boot*, ' J 50 to 3 JO Outer Boota, " 2 00 to 3 50 Shoea, " 1 50 to 2 JO Slippera, " 50 to 1 00 Pumps, Be.. fce., enaallr low. Terms, Cash o> Dclitkrt. JOHN L. WATKINS, a9lm*r 1'4 Fulton at,between Nassauand Patch t's. ( WHO WANTS BOOTS it 8HOKS 1 J THR O eatest Redaction in I'riees eeer known. ?0WOnlv think of Oentl'men's fine dress call stitched Boots, ofthe most fashionable shape, t2,75 to |3.00. Fashionsh'e pegged boota >1 50 to *2,00 a pair, I.adtrs fancy colored 1 French and city mad* Oaiters tor $1,35 to $1,50 a pair And all the fathious for IM3, for Oentlemen, toadies slid Children,ftom thirty to forty per cent cheaper than e?cr, at 212 O-eenwich st, corner of Barclay. JAB. WIUOINS. a5 Im'r APOLI'HK MONPHON, Boot maker,from Paris, respect fully informs the inhabitants of New York, that he has opened his establishment at No 183 Broadway, where he is reads to eiecnte all orders entrusted loliim ol the latest fashions and best workmanship. Oent'emcn wishing to have an elegant fit will do well to call i and examine hit work. nR im*r DOUBLE ACTION HARPS. I JK. BROWNE & CO., Manor actpra?a. Loudon and New Yor*, bee to call the attention of ih? admirers of rim very bean iful and fashionable instrument. to ine teiy superor Harps he has for ?ale at 38') Broadway. 'I hese iiistmmen's are c?n- ! struct! d on lhe moat apprnvrdipnncii le?, with all the modern improy merits, are antQiirlM in brilliancy of tone, li ah tuts* ' of touch, and i* rfectnrss if mechanism. ' fc J. ? . B.i>eg? leave t?? add, his nr engements are sorb as to enable him ro transact business at Euro esn prices, thereby 1 aaifing his frieuds the high duties imposed by tanir ou thtse instruments. _ , . , ... Dealers sud professors are particularly invited, and "Will find . hia method of tranaacnuR bu.iueia adTJ?t?Rroo?. J K. BROWNE, ?7toMl (I fcwy?ec Rroadway pdiI ~3X l-hamhera at. rro DEALERS IN CUTLERY.?Win Wild, No. 1M A Diyiaion stieet, Mar.ofecturer of Cutlety, offera to the I trade, cheap for caah, I ('CO deaen of ail.'fed I? lery of auperloi quality, couaiatinK of oue, two, thiee and four blade koi?e?. ill lm*r tS:aOUERREOTVPE -L. B B1N88E k lO. inform Ls I hoto.raphi.la that ihey h?rr rrmnyrd from their old itand No 34 vtaiden lane, lo No II William .tire , .nuihwe.tcor ner of Maideu lane, an the yd floor. Tn?y ha?e on hand ?l ,.r ?eut a crinplete aa.ortmenf of plalra, cliemiral. and lectra, all ofeicellc t quality, to which tney re.perlfii'ly invite the attention ol operator.. Article, are in eeery lu.tance warranted. Ttieir rliem c?l? are Irom th. laboratorir. of the fira' chein .'? i" I'.rii, and their plain .penally a lert?d ny thi ir p-itnt r iln re le.'d'n*, hear thnr initial, and .re inltv Wdrmntfd 10 ???? the proportion of silver. which is stamped npon them. Any pe sons who hive their double on the antjtct, tie ?f quested to Imc tli ni es?a># <I MV>|Ul*t lke( MXS ! urnrnTrrn ! 5000 Vs* HEALTHY 9WKEDI8H LCKCHK8:f v/v/v/ Js?t wwiffd. Also a general assortment of |)ruas Paints, Oils, Dye mnffs, *c.. *c. For sale < heap at 1 # mUHKfiNWICH, NEAR VEUT. i in. IS ?Arrangements h?ve been msde for fresh supply from Hweeden several times daring the season, end will be pot up so that Ihey e%n be sent to any part of the United Htates with I Ptrfwt Mftty. kll lm?r % E NE I FOR NE\ KLEAN'S. LOUISIANA AND NEW >KK LINE OF PACKETS MR Sk MS* tik For the better accominodatiotior ahippers, It is intruded ! despsich a ship from litis nort ou the 1st, 5th, 10th, 15th. 20th, and J5th ol each inouth, eoui.i riiciuu the 10th October sou continuing until May, when regular thjys will hw appointed fsrthe remainder of the year, whereby itreat delays and disappointments will be ; relented during the summer months. The following imps will commence this arrangement : Hntp YAZOO. Captain Cornell. Ship Ot'ONEr;, Captain Jackson. Ship MISSISSIPPI. Captain Hilliard. Ship LOUISVILLfc. Captain Hunt. Ship 8HAKSPEARE, Captain Miner. Ship (JASTON, Captain Latham. Ship HUNTSVILLE, Captain Mumford. Ship OCMULrtEE, Captain Leavitt. Ship NASI^VILLE, CapiaiuDjcltinson. ouiy mcii'irnio, t^aiuaiu rvuigiu. Ship LOUISA, Captain Mulford. These ships were all built id thu city *f New York, express for packets, are of light draft of water, hare recently been Xwly coppered and put in spleudid order,with accommodations lor passengers unequalled (or comfort. They are commanded by experienced masters, who will make every exertion to give Seneral satisfaction. They will at all timet be towed up and own the Mississippi by steamboats. Neither the owuers or captains of these ships will be responsible for jewelry, bullion, precious stones, silver or plated ware, or for any letters, parcel or package, sent by rput on beard o( hem, unless regular bills of lading are taken for the same ,and the value theteou expressed. I'or freight or passage, apply E. K. COLLINS It CO , 5? South?t.,or 1IULL1N fc WOODRUFF, Agent in New Orleans, who will promptly forward all goods to tKeir address. The ships of this line are warranted to sail punctually as adrertised, and great carc will be taken to have the goods correctmeas tired. ml PASSAGE FROM GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND jflfc M. M. H.aVINQ complVPi^extenaivr anu important arrangements ft>r bringing out passengers ftom the old country, the subscribers Can ?ith confidence piform those who mav wish to setlie for friends to emigrate the present season (1813) that they will fiud it their inteivt t make the necessary arrangements with ihis li ;e; being the oldest or longest established out of this port, it is well known that that the arraugein-ntv are complete?the ships of the lirsl class s tiling weekly, and the accommodations lilted up expressly for the comfort and convenience of nasseugers. Should those settled for decline coming out, the passage money will, as usual, be refunded to the party from whom it was received, without deduction. A free passage per steamer from the various ports of Ireland and Scotland, to Liverpool, can be secured if desired. Apply to SAMUEL THOMPSON. Old Established Passage Office, J73 Pearl St., Or to C. OlllMSHAW U CO. 10 Goiee Piazzas, Liverpool. Drafts on London, LiierpooL the Nationtl Bank of Ireland. Northern Bank.ng Co. ud National ttaua of Scotland, at ughi, and for any amount. Apply as above. n 8 lm*r NEW LINE OK LIVERPOOL PACKETS. T? gilfrom New York on the 25th and Liverpool on the llth <lf each men/A. ML m From New Yohx. Ship OARRICK, Captain Wm. Skidily, 25th February. Shin ROSC1U8. Cantain John Collins. 2.1th March. Ship S1DDONS. Captain E. B. Cobb, 2Jth April. Bhip SHERIDAN, Captain K. A. Depeyster, 25th May. From Livrrpoal.. Ship 8IDDONS, Captain E. B. Cobb, 13th February. Ship SHERIDAN, Captain F. A. Beoeyater, 13th March. Ship GARR1CK, Captain Wm. akiduy, 13th April. Stiip ROSC1US. Cvplain John Collins, 13th May. Theses hips are all of the first class, upwards of ltMlcna, built itithe city of New York, with sach improvements a scombine Seat speed with unusual comfort for passengers. Every care a been takes in the arrangement of their accommodations. The price of passage hence is $100, for which ample stores will be provided. These ships are Commanded by experienced masters, whe will make every exertion to give general atisfacaon Neither the captains or owners of tV Ssl Mwill be responsible for at y letters, parcels or packagt ssen by them, unless regular b> lis of lading are signed therefor. For freight or paaaagfe, apply to E. K. COLLINS &. CO., SO South St., New York, or to WM. & JAS. BROWN It CO., Liverpool. Letters by the packets will be charged 12X cents per single ibe't; SO cents per ounce, and newspapers I cent each. 13 r .. ..... PASSAGE FROM GREATBUITAIN AND IRELAND BY THE BLACK BALL OR OLD LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS. [Sailing from Liverpool on the 7th and 19th of every month.] Persona wiihing to send to the Old Country for their friends can make the accessary arrangements with the subscribers, and have them come oat iu this superior L.ine of Packets, sailing from L iverpeol punctually ou the Tlh and 19th of every month. Tf e v will also have a first rate class of American trading ships, sailing every six days, thereby affording weekly communication from that port. One of the firm ( Mr. Jamea D. Roche) ia there, te see that they shall be lorwarded with care and despatch. Should the parties agreed for not come tnt, the money will be retnrned to those who paid it heie, without any reduc tion. The Black Ball, or Old Line of Liverpool Packets, comprise the following magnificent Ships, viz:? The OXFORD, -fhe NEW YORK, CAMBRIDGE, COLUMBUS. EUROPE. SOUTH AMERICA, ENGLAND, NORTH AMERICA. With such superior and unequalled airangemeats, the subscribers confidently look forward for a continuance of that support which has been extended to them so many yean, lor which they are grateful. Those proceeding, or remitting money to their relatives, can at all times obtain Drafts at sight for any amount, drawn direct on the Royal Bank of Ireland, Dublin, also oa Messrs. PRESCOTT. GROTE, AMES It CO. Btoken, London, which will be paid on demand at any of the Banks, or their Branches, in all the principal towns throughout England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Apply,or address, (if by letter, post naidj ROCHE, BROTHERS It CO. 3b Fulton street. New York, next door to the Fulton Sank. N. B.?The Old Line of Liverpool Packets tail from this port Ibr Liverpool on the tat and 19th of each month. Parties returning to the old country will find it to their comfort and idvantage to select this fhvonte Line for their conveyance, in preference to any other. d27 r OLD LINE LIVERPOOL PACKETS). THE ^^Tnte of P^^^^^Liverpo^^^^^eafter be I L despatched in the following order, exoepting that when the ivy of sailing falls on Sunday, the ships will sail on the succeeding day. For New Yoifc. For Liverpool. The SOUTH AMERICA, (June 1 Jnly 19 616 ton*. < Oct 1 Not 19 D. G. Bailey, f Feb 1 Mar 19 The ENGLAND, (June 19 Aug 7 7JO toM. < Oct 1$ Dec 7 u.ii. nuw. fco is April t The OXFORD, July 1 Aug 19 800 tone, < Nev 1 Dec 19 J. Kathbone, i March 1 April 19 The EUROPE, July 19 Sept T 810 tone, 1, Not It Jen 7 E.G. Marshalli Max 19 Mey 7 The NORTH AMERICA, I Aug 1 8epl IS (It tons. 1 Dee 1 Jen It A. B. Lowber. i April 1 May It The NEW YORK, i An II Oct 7 900 tons. Dee It Feb 7 T. B. Cropper. I April II Jnne 7 The CAMBRIDGE, ! Sep. 1 Oct 17 860 tons, .Jan 1 Feb 17 W. C Barstow. May 1 June It The COLUMBLS, ' Sept 19 No* 9 700 tons, Jan 19 Mar 9 U. A. Cole. May 19 Ju|y 7 Punctuality, as icgards the day of sailing, will be observed ae heretofore. The price of passage outward is now fixed at One Hundred Dollars, for which ample stores ef ever* description wil) be provided, with the exception of wines and liquors, which will be furnished.by the stewards. GOODHUE It CO., 61 South st., C. H. MARSHALL, 98 Burling-slip, N. Y. jeli lyh BARING "ROTHftKS 8c CO.. LVeol. VHE NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS. m m m m To sail irom New York 16th, and from Liverpool 6th of each month. Ship ROCHESTER. 800 ton., .... Philip Wonrfhouse, ,8th Ship HOl^INUUKR. 1050 tons, ,6th M?ch. New ship I.IVEKPodL, 1150 tons, ,.th A . John Eldriege, Kth April. New .h.p . 12(0 tons. ,#lh M#y These substantial, fast sailing, first class shins,alt built in the Eity of New York, are commanded by men of t-xiierience and ability, an^ will be despatched punctually on the l(th of each nimth. Their cabins are elgant and commodious, and are furnished with whatever can conduce to the ease and comfort of passeu1 Neithert' e captains or owners of these shirs will be respon lib'e for any t arcela or packaaea acnt by them, nuleu regular bills lading are atgned therefore. For freight or passage apply to WOODhULL k MINTURN'8, 87 South atreet. New York, or"to FIELDEN, BROTHERS ft CO., f7vr __ Liverpool. M~~M M PACKETS FOR MARSEILLES?The undermrutioued bite* will be teftulnrly diapntched front hence and Irom Mar eillea on the Ut of each month during the year, lima? Krein New York. Maneillea. MINERVA, Cart Brown. N >t 1. Jan 1 H'RY THOMPSON, Car-Sylreater, Dec 1. Feb I COURIER, Capt Pagan, Jan I. Marl TRE8COTT. Caf. Uwreree, Feb 1. Apl 1 HELLESPONT, Capt Adaun, Marl. Mayl CORIOLANU8, Cap Haile, Apl I. J?n I They are all conjieree and copper fs?tetied,and have excellent iccommodationi lor p.u*eitKcr>. The price of cabin passage will be $108, exclmive oi winei uidliquora. Goods addreaaed to BOYD ft H1NCKEN, the a (tenU. will ?e forwarded free of other hargea than tho?e actually paid, hor Ireight or paaaagc apply to O. BROOM ft CO., or to Hb BOYD ft HINCKKN. Agenta. BRIT18H AND NORTH AMERICAN ROYAL MAIL STEAM SHIPS, Of I2outous and <48 horae power each, under contract with the Lorda of the-Admiralty. IIIBKKNIA, C. H. K. Judkini. Commander BRITANNIA, J. Hewitt, do CALEDONIA, K. O. Lett, do ACADIA. A. Kyrir do COLUMBIA, E. C. Miller, R N do Will Mil from Liverpool aud Boatou.via Hatifai a* follow*! rarM LiraarooL. no* Ten. tcadia, Ryne, Keb ? Mar 1 Colombia, Miller, My i Ap'l I Britannia, Hewiti, Ap I ? May 1 ttihemia, Jndhina, Apl 19 May l? The areonimndation* lor paaaengera are anperier. The yeaaela are necempamed by eaperienoed aargeona, and "ite.^rdU?mMeNorD^^dU-ntil paid for. J^RFo^M^jr^rriA^DttN fc C0*8, No. t Wall-el. jt?? iw y( YEW YORK. SUNDAY M ^ ^ ^ OLD ESTABLISHED PASSAGE OFFICE. No. 01 SOUTH STREET, N. Y. PASSAGE lo aud from Great Britain awl Ireland, via Liver noil and London. by the regular packets, la'lug weekly to and from Liverpool, and to and from London on the tel. 10'h, and 20th of each month. The subscriber haa made es'eusive arrangement! to orius out emigrants, and can, with great confi I'eDoe, aa ore thoae person* sending 'or their frienda,lhat every due and 'iligent attention will be shown them and altwfo embark with lliein. i'at<a,'e can also be engaged from Liver pool c i ect to New Orleans, Ytobile, Sa-aonah. Ba'tunvre, itii'adelnhis, B 1 ton, and to tie 1 IT-went ports of the British Provinces. With fhaae arrangements, together with ths advantage which hit Liverp ol c irrespondents possess, being la ge shipowners and eitcnsivel? engaged in llie reightiug utineas?having I at year despair hed upwards of 100 fiptclasa ships to the variuus ports of iht United St ites. with freight and passengers. The facility offered by this estiblithme tisnusarpassed, and from the large number of liral class ships employed ill die line there can be no d ten ion whatever, which will be guaranteed The price nf passage will be at the lowest rates, an < should any of those sent lor ecliue coming, t he pas sage money wnl Da returned es customary. The s'esmboal fare from the differe* t poris to Liverpool tau,as nsual, be sccuied. Those {emitting mou-y to their friends can have drafts to any auioaut, i avable in a11 the p ine pal tnwna, without discount, throughout Grea' Britain and Irelaud, au arraugemsnt wliirh hat given the greatest aa'iafactiou. The subscriber h<>i et to r reive a coutiuuat on of the public pauonage, which h s r>ten so libeially bestowed for many years past. For further narticulars npplv, (ifby letter post paid) to JOHN HK.KDMAN, 61 Houth st, N Y. or J. St W. ROBINSON, No 16 Goree Piazzas, George's Dock, aud 1 Neptune st, Waterloo Dock, Liverpool. /(lENT8. Tin s J. Timuiins, Es' , No. ic5 South Front st, Philada. Patrick M I ton, Esn Buff ilo. N Y. Jose, h Kir patric*, Pittsburgh, P.i. Mich I McQ ade, Utici, N Y. J. A Noomaj, Milwsukie, Wisconsin, Ty. t'L.. r,_l . rr. w.-o. iNLwuiicy, uuuugiie, low I 1 y. J. H. Elliott, Detroit, Michigsn.j Corte'ius C.ihul. Peru, Illiiwii. a J 'hn R nM-y. Kocitei er, N. Y. N. B.?The subscriber n also a cut fo* first class packet ?lii|i? SMu i; every few diy dtys fr >m New Yotk to New Orleans, Mobilr, < lnCeston, auu Savannah, t y which passage ra i oe secured at the lowi st tate. m2'r TAl'SCOTT'S GKNERAL PASSAGE OFFICE, 43 TECH SLIP, NEW YORK. m. M. The subscribers beg to call 'the atteuliou of their friends aud the public generally, to their itiperior arrangements for bringing out passengers from, aud remitting motley to. any par* of Eiiglaud llielaud, Scotlaud or Wales, in tne magnificent packet ships, comprising the ' NEW LINE fir LIVERPOOL RACKETS," VIZ.:Ship ROSC1U8, Capt. Collins. Ship 81DDONS, Captain Cobb. Ship SHERIDAN, Captain Depeyster. Ship GARBICK. Captain SkidJy. New shin HOTTlNQUER, Captain Bursley. Ship SOUTHERNER, CaptainWoodhouse. 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 ten uavs, will make five ships in each month throughout the year, (or one every six days) thereby preveutmg the possi ealilv of unnecessary detention. iHssacesdirect from Loudon, Bristol and Oreenock to New Mao from Liverpool to New Orleans, Mobile, Savau <- ".^krslou. Philadelphia, Boston aud Baltimore, aud the vario > oV? 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 othyr, aud they may rest assured that unusual carc will be taken to make the passage agreeable, the slops being fitted up with an eye solely to the comfort of passengers. In all cases whe ?the parties srut for decline coining, the money will be rr jaded without any deduction, as nsual. A free passage from the vanoos seaport* of Ireland and Scotland, can also be secured. The regular packets for which the subscribers are agents, sail as follows, viz To aud from Loudon on the 1st, 10th, and 20th of each month. To aud from Liverpool oa the 1st, 7th, 13th, 19th, and J5th of each mouth. New Orleans, Mobile, Savannah, an j Charleston, weekly throughout the season. REMITTANCES. Persons in the country wishing to send money to their friends by enclosing the sum they wish sent, with the name aud address of the parties to receive it, m.y rely on a draft for the amount beiug forwarded per first packet, after the receipt thereof, and an ackuowledgement for the same returned per mail. | Drafts at sight, for any amount, are payable on demand, with- I out discount or any other charge, at trie National aud Provia- I cial Banks of Ireland and branches, Eastern Bank ( Scotland, I 11, L I . U .i. K 1 M I D..I. a SI'. Bankers, London, Exchange and Discount Bank, Liverpool, and in every principal towu or Great Britain and Ireland. Fnrlhrr particulars made known on application, if by letter, pott paid, to oiy r W. St J. T. TAPSCQTT. 43 Bur'ing Slip. NEW JERSEY RAILROAD AND TRANSPOltTATION COMPANY. NEW YORK AND NEWARK. Kare reduced to fta cents. From tne foot of Cenrtlandt itreet, New York. (Every day?Snnday stbtepted.) Leave* New York Leave* Newark At 9 A. M. At X P. M. At 7* A. M. At IK P. M !13w do. 4 do. * da. 1H do. do 9 do. 6 do. 7 do. U 19 do. ON 8UNDAY8. From the foot of Ceortlandt itreet. Leave New York, Leave Newark. At 9 A. M. and i K P. M At IK P. M. and IS P. M. NEW YORK, ELIZABETH TOWN. Leave New York. Leave Elizabeth Tows. ? A. M. 7 A.M. I P.M. IK A.M. 3K " 10K A. M. 4* P. M. IK M. t P.M. IK " The trains for Weitfield. Plainfield, Bonndbrook, Somerville, ke., connect with tlie 9 A M, land 4K P M trains from New York, daily, Sunday* eicepted. Fare between New York and Elizabeth Towu35 cents. Fare between do and Somerville, 75 cents. NEW YORK. RAHWAY AND NEW BRUNSWICK. Fare reduced. From the foot of Courtlandt street, daily. Leave New York. Leave New Bmuswiek. At I A. M. At 5K A. M. On Sunday* the 5K and 7K A.M. trip* from Brunswick I and 2K P. M. train from New York, are omirted. Fare betweea New Ye-k and New Brunswick, 75 cents. Rahway, 50 cents The fare in the 5K and 71? A. M. trnnfrora New Brans wick, and 2K and (K " M. train from New York, has been re daced. New York and New Brunswick, to 50 cents. BLU niuiwHr iv *'?* Pauenger* who procure their ticket* at the tickM office, re eeive a ferry ticket gratis. Ticket* are received k? the con doctor only on the day when purchased. fll Jm? WINTER AKHANUEMEN1. flto *33 NEW YORK AN/3 PH1LADiiLmlAlUTlirCEClTTlNE DIRECT. Vie Newark, New Brunswick, Princeton, Trenton, Borden* town and Burlington. THROUGH IN SIX HOURS. Leave New York,from the foot efCourtlandt*tr*et,daily, at* A M and P M. The morning Line proceed* to Bordentown, from thence by tcamboat to Philadelphia. The Evening Line proceed* direct to Camden, (oppoaite Philadelphia) without change of car* Pasaeuger* will procure their ticket* at the office foot of Courtlandt atreet, where a commodiou* iteamboal will be in readiuesu, with baggage crate* on board. Philadelphia baggage crate* are conveyed from city to city, without bcinjf opened by the way. Each train i* provided with a Ladie* Car, in which nre apartment* and dressing room* expreuly for the Ladie* me. Returning, the line* leave Philadelphia from the foot of Chestnut ureal by railroad from Camden, alt o'clock A M.and S o'clock, P M. The Line* for Baltimore, leave Philadelphia at 6X and (AM, and 4 P M., being a continuation of the line* from New York. d2* lm* r MORRIS AND ESSEX RAIL ROAD. fflf? iS New Arrangenient?Thia Road having been re-laid at great eipeiue Willi the ino*t approved and heaviest H rail, fo tecure a *afe and expeditions conveyance between New York and Morriitown, will commence running two trip* daily, Sunday* excepted, on and after Monday, Jan, ' (. FirstTrain from Moiriatown will leave at7M A M. Second Train from MoTriitown will leave at 1XP M. Kir*t Train from New York will leave at 9 A M?Newark at IX A M. Second Train from Now York will leave at 2X P M?Newark at 3* P M. I'auenger* by the Morning Train from Morriitown will arrive at Newark in time for the SAM Tram to Nr w York, or the morning Train to Philapelphia; by the Afternoon Train they will arrive at Newark in time for the 3H P M Tram to New York or the Evening Train to Philadelpi la. Paaarnger* by the Morning Trai from New York will airive at Morriatown in time to dine and take any of the Stages i mining west or north from that place. jJ6 lm*ec PULLEN & COPP, 3 Wall street. NKWVORK, alba.NV^^TRAY AIVD RKAL Messrs. Harnden ft Co. having disposed of th?ir ronte 1 Irom New York to Albany nod Tioy, the suhscri- 1 bera, the old eondnctori of Harnden ft Co's Northern ' Kipreas, from New York, will continue to ran u heretofore .leering New York, Albany end Trey, Daily , end connectatTroy with Jecoba' Montreal Kipress, and will for- I waid Specie, Dank Notea, Packages, Bundles,Cases of Ooods, i ftc., to any place between N?w York and Montreal, and < throiighont the Canada's. Also Kajt, from Troy and Albany to Boston, and West from Albany to Bnffalo. All bnsiness entrnsted to their charge will be promptly attended to. I'articnlar attention will be paid to the collection of notes, drafts, acceptances, ftc., and prompt retnrna made for the same, FULLRN ft COPF. Offices? Fallen ft Conp. 3 Wall street. New York. ' Thos. Ornish, 13 Ktchange, Albany. A O. Kilkius, 231 Hirer street, Tmy. S. Jacob's Kschanae Court, St Paul at, Montreal. UJEKKRKNCBB. Nrw Yoa?. Albaist. T*ot. , Prime, Ward ft King, K. J. Humphrey, Jno. Payne, Jacob Little, ft Co., Thos. Oongh. P. W ells, John T. Smith, ft Co., S K. Stow, , Pepoonft Hotfinan, C. S. Douglass, , Carpenter ft Vermilye, IT. Leake noucmon h i/O. Drew, Kobinaon I Co. nil CHALLENGE TO CitOLIUS. IHfc Bittern loot aail boat ''TROUBLER" will I YVatauil reedy to-ail nnv divtanee, irom in to 0 milea, , JMMbL'c <mat any ail boat ever tiuit by W in Crolina, from ti>c lira ilay of June unol the fint (lay of Augtiat ueit, one , month'a notice heirit given,totatl two aeparate (lava I'ortne mm . of tiOO, each Jay. The aole object it to teat the aailinit qnalitiea 1 of ih? boaia. * N. B.?To tail without oara or teudera. C. L. INGERBOLL. J 7 lm*et 406 Water atreet. ( )RK I ORNING, APRIL 16, 184; TYPE AT REDUCED PRICES. TYPES, AND ALL OTHER PRINTING MATERIALS MANUFACTURED AT

CONNER'S UNITED STATES TYPE AND STEREOTYPE FOUNDRY, Cobneb or Naiiau AND Ann SthkEti, new Y<>KK. CAN BE HAD AT EIGHTEEN PER CENT DEDUCTION KHOV1 OLD PRICES. ' I ' S.'"' respectfully inlonns the Uli' ralrona ot the * Type and Stereotype Foundry, lormerlv known at JsMr.a Cowrti* a, and mote recently at Cunnkh ft. Cooke'*, aud the public in geueral, that tnev are prepared to execute oidura for i PRINTING TYPES, PRES^S CHASES, CASES, IMPOSING STONES, INK, FRAMES, aud every other article necessary to form I Complete 1'rn.ioig Establishments, on a* favorable terma.aud ol as good a Duality as a iy other establishment in the Uuited State* ttKW rRicca, rttn pottitD. old prick*, per pottttD. A Kate, . 86 cant*. Altaic, lOtt cent*. I Nom areil, IC ? Nonpareil, 84 ? 1 Minion. jt ,, Minion, 66 ,, Brevier, 46 ,, Brevier, 91 ? Bourgeois, 40 ? Hourg-eis, 46 ,, Louir Primer, 36 ,, Long P imer, 44 ,, 1 Sin ill Pica, 34 ? Smill Pica, 40 ? I Pica, 38 ,, Pica, 38 ,. I Border*, Cuta, Bras* Rule, and all other article* manufac- 1 tared at thia eatabltalniieut, at the aame reduced ratea. 1 New Aiticlea not up to Older, oo being funnahed with 1 pftt'eru*. I he Type c&at at thia eatabliahment, ii, both in the *tyle of Face and he material of which it ia made, particularly adapted 1 for tervicein Newspaper P.iu'im;. All kinds of Stereotyping 'uriiiihed to order. N. B ?Such NewapRDer* a* will copy the above three timea, ' will be entitled to pay in Type, oil mauing s bill of lour timea J the amount of the tluee mtertioiia al 1 TO T Hi E L A DIES. i INTELLECTUAL DEVELOPMENT AND PERSON l AL BEAUTY, considered in reniitction with DR. h ELIX GOURAUD'S POUDRES 8UBTILE8. . . i The sculptor wlioae atudy ia to imitate the *xi|Uiaite workmanahip of nature, portrav a iu Ilia model ol the human form, a ! broad and elevated forehead. Thia develo, meut ia not only 1 cnnsonaut with, but aoinetiine* neceaaary to the poaaeasion of a ' high order of uieutal faculty. If a liue lorehead la a maik of 1 intellect, it ia no less an essential element of perannal beauty, 1 and it iaof itn|H>rtance to thoae.aud there are manv auch,poa- ' aeaecd of thia prominent feature, though obacured by the encroachment* ol'a too luxuriant growth ol hair, to remove that portion ol au excreacence which tend% in their caae, ouly to deform. Thia can he done safely, speedily, effectually, and, if used in accordance with directions, without the least inconvenience, by Dr. Felix (Jouraud's I'oudre Subtile. The luize ol the lip, wneu annoying, or the short hair on the back of a Indies' neck, when too apparent?the hair of a mole, or the Deard.when nigh upon the clirek, may all be removed, and eventually the , roots destroyed, by the use of this preparation. GOUKAUD'S EAU DK BEAUTETOR TRUE WATER ! OF BEAUTY I ! Far removing freckles, tan, pimples, blotches, sores, burns, aud a'l culaueoua eruptions, realizing delicate white hands, | neck and arm*, aud eliciting a healthy juvenile appearance.? , Br $1 |*r bottle. I UOURAyU'S tfEGETABLE ROUGE! Composed materially from flowers and simples, imparts , delicate carnatiou tinge to the cheek, immovable by perspira j tion or rubbing with a handkerchief or a linen cloth. AO cents , bottle. OOURAUD'8 BLANC D'ESPAGNE!. I An excellent preparation for imparting a pure, life-like white- , neat to the complexion, tree from the iojarious properties generally entering into combination for this purpose. Fat up in ( elegant boxes, at 26 cents each. Agents.?A. 8. Jordan, 2 Milk street, Boston : New York?Albany, Guthrie, 4 Maiden Lane; f'oughkeepsie, Jared Gray: Utica, Wade, druggist; Hamilton, M. Co. Gregg St Grants; Louisttile, Louis County; W. A.Chase; Goshen, Elliott. Conn., Myers, Chapel si. New Haven; W. Faulkner, Norwich; Wells & Humphreys, Hartford; Charles i l)yer, Jr., I'rovideuce; Thomas, Newport; Clowes, hair dresser, Springfield; Greene St Co., Worcester; Burt, Little Falls; Coggeshall, South Second st. New Bedford; Jordan, 2 Milk street, Boston; Lowell. Carleiou It Co.; Salem, Ires; Newburyport, Hodge; Portsmouth, Preston; Portland, l'arker, Exchange st; Bangor, Guild; Hallowell, Scammon. New Jersey?Newark, Trippe; Frinceton, Dr. Seabrook. Pa., Phila., 76 Chcsuut street. Lancaster, Heiuitesh, druxgist; Harrisburgh, Robinson, periodical agent; Pittsburgh, Turtle; Cincinnati, Thomas & Co., Main street; Va., Richmond, Mrs. Krayxer; D. C. Washington, Selby Parker: Alexandria. C. C. Berry; Md., Baltimore 8. S. Hance, Itc. etc. Within a few ysars this remarkable and useful che- ; nical invention for completely eradicating sunertluons hair, . has attained the hiithest pitch of celebrity, and consequently excited the cupidity of a next of base counterfeiters, who attempt to snatch from the inventor the just recompense for his ' labor. Purchasers should therefore 1 e on their guard and see ' that every bottle of the Peudre Snbtile la square, and K. Felix ? Goaraud, Poudre Subtile, N. Y., cast in each bottle, and the Doctor's fac simile engraved 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. inS 1mm | TNG.-;K!iOLL'S GREAT BOAT BAZAAR FOR 1843? i 1 Remember one cedar and oak boat is worih twenty pine , and white wo id ones. The suhicriber intends during the cumtug lesson to lully satisfy the world of the difference between good boats and bad ones Therefore every boat from his establishment warranted will bear upon it the stamp of C. L. Inge rs oil. During the past season the subscriber has produced that inimitable 16 foot sailing Dinkey Troubler, which received the challenge from the American Institute and look the gold medtl ; she is now ready to show her stern to any sailing boat, no matter where built or who by, lor any valuable trorny.?Also the row boat Henry Stork, which won three races in succession, with ease Also the triumphant G. W. Chapman, which wtonut an effort, made the quickest time ui>ou record. However, during the coming season he intends leaving all his pwn fanner efforts in the shade. He will estim te for any kind or desciption of boats, from one to fifty tons burthen, mid wherever his stamp may be found there will be a boat that can't be baat. C. L. INGEHSOLL, Boat Bazaar, 406 and 414 Water at. and 121 Cherry Si. Jss. W. Hale, Sola Ag- nt, 68 Wall st. i o.?juice, mii, giun, uie, nun pirniu'c du*u, may uwsyi be found at Ingersjll's Bazaar, cheaper than they can be par- i chased elsewhere. rpl |m*r FK1< E OF JEFFERSON INSURANCE CUMPA J NY?Office 36 Will street. This Company eontinne 1 their baseness of insurance against loss or damage by fire, on goods, wares and merchandise and also, on vessels and their ' cargoes against loss by inland navigation. DIRECTORS. J Themes W Thome Elisha Rign c Thomas T Woodruff Benjamin R Robson t John R Davison Francis P Sage < Thomson Price Joseph Allen t John H Lee John P Moore i Meaes Tucker Jamas E Holmes' i Caleb C Tunis James R Whiting I Anson Baltei| Wm K Them < Joseph Drake Irnd Hawley John C Me itt Thomas Mnirell ? _ THOMAS W THORNE, President. HKO T. HOPE. Secretary ml3 y jgb , PAPER. < TJERSSE It BROOKS, No. 61 Liberty street,'.have for sale the following? ) 6 reams news printing 33 by 30 JH " " " 33 by 40 n ? 300 " " 26 hy 37 300 " ' 30 by 43 230 ' " ? 34 by 36 330 " " 33 by 33 500 " " ' 21 by 31 Also, book paper, 19 by 34, 34 by 38, and 34 by 28. They have also a large assortment of writing and'wrapping paper, of different sites and qualities, which they offer at the 1 lowest market prices. ml ee PI. I KHU Si fiOH'l UN'S Trunk Repository, No. H4 Wil ham street, eoniur Maiden lane, manufactures and keepa ' constantly on hand, wholesale ami retail, all kinds of Travel ling and Packing Trunks, Carpel Bans, Hat and Bonnet Cases ' Merehauls and others are respectfully invited to call aud eiamme our stork, belore purchasing elsewhere. r Manufactory. 140 Broad street. Newark. N. J. m!3 1m*ee 1 HAIR CUTTINO AND SHA VI NO. " . HILL, the inimitable Hair Cutter, Ukrs this method of informing his friends and the public in general, that he has , retaken his Old Mtani , 86 ( earl street, immediately adjoining the Pearl St'ret House, which has been newly fitted up, aud . wncrc he will be pleased to wait on all who mav favor him with theii patronage, in his neat aud skillful style, at the fol ' lowing moderate prices :? H-ll's inimilaole Hair Cutting, 12)4 cents. Curling, 13)2 " J Shaving, 6Na " ! (?7~ Don't forget the nnmber?No. 86 Pearl street. , mJfl lm*m JoMpT~M. DA vita & JONh-S, 186 WILLIAM STREET, CORNER OF JOHN, XJAVE just received from recent importations, and of their t own manufacture, a very superior assortment of Soring Goods, consisting of every thing neat, tasty and fashionable in the gentlemen's furuishiug line, which added to their former stock, comprises an assortment of goods rarely if ever belore found in one store, among which arer? CAPS?In every variety, for gentlemen, youth and chil- I dr'n. I CRAVATS?Of plain and figured satin, gro rrains,cambricks, kc. i SCARFS? Of vesting latin, broehe. J GLOVES?Of kid, silk, brown and chene linen, lisle, spun a silk, kc, u / * mi u v or ....? :?_ I 11_ t. _ UNDER GARMENTS?Of Shaker knit ntnoo, woolen, I ilk, cotton, he. ' LINEN COLLARS?Plain and Byron, of all qualities and hapea. ii SHIR I S?Of linen, tnnslin, French cambric, plain and with b nifflei, he. * SUSPENDERS- Of rum elietie.aik, cotton, he. tl OILED silks? Of white and fancy colon, warranted not ta adhere in any climate. The above compriaea only part of their assortment. and nnr- a chasers will eonanlt their own interrat bv ciamming this aplen- & did aaaortment ofgoods before purchasing. v WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, at their old eatabliahad P Cap, Stock. Linen and Oiled Silk Manufactory, no. ioa william street, corner of john. i mllm'm t MILLIARD SALOON. NO. 5 BARCLAY STREET, THREE DOORS BELOW ? THE AMERICAN HOTEL. * Price REDUCED to One Shilling per Hundred, from I V A M. to J F M.?The subscriber informs hia frienda and " he pnhlif iu general, that ;ie hia b'iv? N' w Billiard Tablea, in _ leparate apartinenta?two in the upper frout aaloon?two in the rear aaloon, and one in the front room?all in fmt rate Older. Each get lleman viailing the eitahlialirient will be Inmiahed with a pnvate Cue.for hia eapecial me?the tablet being in dil lereiit a pa mcnts the proprietor thinks it will render it more i elect auJr reeable to gentlemen viaiting hit honae. I ALSO. TWO FINE BOWL1NO ALLEYS IN THE I. BASEMENT. A Hia Bar will alwaya be stooed with the choiceat Winea and d< Lnjnora and the brat Segara to be had?alao Sherry Cobhlura, L Mint Juleps, Punches; made in a manner not to be aorpaaeed N B.?The apartmenla hare undergone a thorough refuting 41 .ti?w n3!M>r. nam! in*. He. [J^Ofiitinnrn will pleaae to communicate aay neglect of iuty ofthe attendants, at the bar. FRANCI8 MONTF.VKRDK. mchlS tm*r 5 Barc'av atreet. F M t' <)ItV A NT? OKHMAN 8ILVKK! (?BK MAN Si*. I VKH.-JAMKSG MOffFKT. HI Prince ttreet, N. Y., re iffen Tor rale, wholesale and retail, 1500 Iba ol German Silver, I It the lowest market prices. cu [?7" Income lornce of maniitaclarinir the article himaelfhe ar an watrr.nl it far superior to any ever before manufactnred in e0 Ml count"!*, and fnlly ei)nal to the imported. ,1 to cf.Djir ware coopers i JAMKH G. MOKKKT Maoafactiirer, 121 Prince street. N. If., i ffeu Tor aale wholeaale and retail, a auperior lot of <-oo ? iers' Braai, Pail Kara end Kiveti, at the loweat market pricea. " to UMfireli-1 M.tNUfjlcturf.r8, t " JAMK8 (J MOKKKT, Mannfaetnrer, I2I I'nnce atreet, N. If., offers for sale, wholesale and retail, a superior lot ?.f Urn- ? irella, Paruol and Shade Furniture, at the lowest market pre r| :es. _ mH lm*r ' BI.I K SMALTS?JO raiks inner Saxony Blae Smalts, for " sale by I'KKSSK ?t BROOKS. a?r Mo. II Liberty streat, I Ef KRA I. T ECTUHE* ON ANCIENT EUYPT-Mr. OEOROE R. OLIDKON.of Kiriu, will commence i Count of rive Lectures, oo Early Egyptian History, Axehmology. and oinsr subjects connected with Hieroglyphics* Literature. accompanied bv appropriate Pictorial Illustrations, at NibloT oa?O??V>0 Monuay Evening. loth April, at halt-past 7 o'clock.? The Lectures will he coutiuued ou Thursday, 17th ; Baturday, lith ; Mo day, 17th ; aud Thursday, 20th April, at the same place and hour. The Pangramnae of subjects to he clue d ited in this Course, may be found on the last page of Mr, O.'e work on Ancient Ep'P'. just published be the New World Pres*,at '10 Anust flic Lectures lake up Egyptian Aiclneilogy, where that work concludes?. e. B. C. 2030 The Lectures wilt b*eluridalrd by a copious and beantifu! series of Urge P.c"oriel 11 mirations, tuat hare been prep Ted with much care, aud ai great etpen.se, by several einiuent Art iita at I'mladelchit They constat of Hrer iglyphie I, Hi>ratic aud'Demvt c Tablets, Testa, and Gene (logical Tables? Ch?o nological Tables from Sacred and I'rnfane Hi?toiv?Facsimilcop esof anseril of'he most inigmlj -"lit Tableau s ens'iug in the Tombs aud Templea of Egypt?Porrr i Its nf die i*h<raoha in tber chiriota or iu their roy I rones?Queeua ol Egypt from the Moip m ots, in their va led and elegant costumes?Likenesses of I'irtyeignt Sovereigns of Egypt, from Ainuuoph 1st, U C 1112!)?do *u to the celebrated Cleopatra, H C <0, taken from the Sculp'.nres?Kings, Piiucea, and royal Females, offering to the Deities of Egyptian Mythology?Full length Injures, iud num*rout heads ol Asiatic na'ionsol antiquity, dating prior to B C I510?Negroes and other Afric in nations, iu all posiiioui, and under vanous circumstances?Interesting scenes that are supposed tis rela'e rn the Hebrew captivity?Proces ion of various Atiaric and African Nations, beanug tribu te to the Pharuoha of Egypt?with msny other subjects, too numer[>us for prcseut-pecific itinn, and a M tp of .he Valley ol the Nile, colored ao at to couvey a correct idea of its singular phylical aspect . Tickets may be had at the booksforea of Bartlett A Welford, 22 Broadway; Carril A o, 102 Broadway, snd T.J. Crowin, 633 Broadway; also at the office of the Glob' Hotel, or the ifficeofthe New World, 30 Auu at; and at the door of Niblo's Ss'oon. Gentleman's Ticket, Two Dollars; Lady's, One Dollar, for Llie t Oil sr. For o' e evening, Fiflv Cents. nfi lOt rm BROWN St CO "8 One Price Hat Btore, I7B Chatham iquare, cii'Uer of Mott St., where lashion, beauty, duraJilttv and ecoiioiny are com iiued to admit the head. 1 he p-os'letors have the pleasure now to nlfur a new style of nut, the iinirat on of b<aver, which closely resembles ihose formeily told fir $5 and $6 at the low fised price ol $1; those who from uclniati >n or ueceuity are induced to study economy iu that rulispensahle article of dress, have now an opportunity of doing in. aud still keep op the appearance of the in' sl fashionable.? Drowu K CO. in presenting lliu nat to me puoiic, mm* mry lave reached th < ultimatum of be iuty, cheapness, neatness, lurability and com tori to the w rarer. All sales are for cash, .he re fore bo good customer oay? the losses incurred by the bad. BROWN St CO. 171 Chatham aunare, ag tm* corner of Mo't at !" 8 PHI NO FASHION FOR GENTLEMEN'S HATS The undrriigued rca|iectfully informa hia cualomrra ilid the public generally, that he has now ready for inspection and aale, the much admired apring style < I ?eutlem-n a ilats, which for beauty of fiuisliaud and aymelry of form, exceed any former effort, In thia ?r any other city. >To the economist they are a dtairable article, aa they combine cheapneaa, durabil ty ami elegance, warratir-d equal to tuy and luferior to none. In the manufacture of Ha la be chaleugea comia (ion; he thrrefore aolicila a s> are of i uhlic patronige: ha would a'ao call their attention to his la ge assortment jf Men's,Youth's,and children's caps, of cloth,yelvet, lie. all of hia oivu manufacture, which for variety of patterna cannot be qnalled. Alao, h i new atyle ofeliildren'a drab and pearl colored fancy tats trimmed with yelvel of various patterna, for rprintr and lummer wear, very much admired. A call will couvin' e the moat ace| tic?l of the auperiority ol the above mentioned arti:lea, now ready for aale at the o'd established sinrra of ISAAC H ARCHER, alt lm*r 704 and '60 Greenwich at, N. Y. ' NEW FUftNlSHlNG STORE1; WHERE the aubacribet is now opeuing fresh Paris an I Lon d in G >odsol ihe latest style and beat ijuili y, consisting in part of Cravats, Sea'a, plaiu and embroidered, Stocks and Stock Ties, Gloves. Hosiery, Drawers and Shirts, Braces, Linen and Silk Hanukerchiefs. Ready Made Linen, he., fcc , and such other articles as are required for gentlcinena wardrobe, either at home or while travelling, at CHAFFKN'S a9 lm*r No. 17? Broadway. UPHOLSTERY, WINDOW SHADES AND J'Al fcH HANGINGS. TXTE ARE NOW RECEIVING our usual handsome and v V large assortment of the above goods, embracing everv description of curtain material, trimmings and ornaments, win dow shades, frem the lowest pr-ce to the most magnificent, which we import exclusively fiom Paris. Also, the most fashionable Paner Hangings, including French, English and AmericsD. fiom the cheapest to the most costly description Feather Bed*, Matreases, Pilliastrea. he., of warranted pure naterials and whicn, with every oilier article in the above line ire offered at lower prices than at an- other eatablishment in the ity*. SOLOMON It HART, Importers and Mannfactarers of Upholatrey Good, 187 Broadway, opposite John at. N. B.?The trade, both city and country, supplied aa usn*l,*t vholesale or retail. at eodlm'r CHEAP UPHOLSTERY?Wilton, Brusael* and Ingrain Carpeta, made, altered and repaired, ami warranted to lit n the neatest manner, and at a moderate price, by an experienced Upholstreia. pi lm*r MRS. BOLTON. JfiO Monroe street. FURNISHING WAREHOUSE. WO RAM k HAUOHWOUT, 561 Broadway, near Niblo's, have just received? Cli inilaliris, 4 to 24 igsts,silver, ormolu and bronze, for gas and candles; 16 entire new iiatterns just opened. Girandoles and caudelabris, 6 new patterns. Oi msuiel ligli s, bracke's, pendinis, lanterns, he., by far the mist superb assortment we have exhibited in six years. Hall lanterns for gas or Oil, in grea varieiy ol style and pal tarns. Solar 'amps, a moat complete assortment of ihe best impro iff (I nntturiia- sn'iru n#? w nntr^rni: with pvhiv nfhar tr icle that is required foi the purpose of g'Ving light; together nrith ? full assortment of the fiucst quality of cut glass, of every leiciiption, Fine table cutlery in lets, in mahogany cases, and in donna. A gie it variety of | lated nru , bukets, traya, waiters, caatora, oaat racka, candlesticks, liqnerfr*mea,forka, sooans. lie. Alao a complete aaaoitment of fine japanned tea traya, Brita tia tea aeta, ateel lire irona plated and br?aa auir reds White and gold dining, tea, and toilet ware, and every other irticle in ihe line, wh.ch we will positively aeli below the mirtet prices. N. B ?A half circle atair caae lor ceiling, IS feet high, with nah"gany rail, fcc., for aale cheap a? 2w?r HvVfc Hull ?Vt,ft TllltD ll'l? If not, do not delay anoih'r ''ay, buta nd immediately, ir yon have been one if the wiae and prudrnt, ad air ady bought a bo'tie. th- qu avion la aettled? yon have recovered your heating. SCARPA'S JIL FOIt DEAFNESS never fails. It ia the only edi'me hat will enre. Thouaaoda of deaf peraona will give their testinenv in ita favor. The beau y ofthe thing ia, that it enrea you ivithnnt nrodncing any pain. Prepared by Dr.B. Bell, and ia aoldon arency at Dr D. Jayne'a iffii e, No 40b Broadway, New York, Price. $2 a bott'e, all Sfrc DtAL HAVANA SfcGARS.?The lo vera ol a geuuiue I IV Havana Segar wonld do well to call at 1)0 Broadway, under tne Cafe Tortoni, between Liberty and Cedar etreeta. at which place they ean find the largeat aaaortment in the city of the above named Iniury. Call and be aatiefird A VOt.TICM ?TTVV I AM hi8 O. MOFFET. 121 Pnnce at.. New York, haa atJ way a on hand and olfera lor aale by wholeaale and retail, at the loweat market prices, via German Silver of different thickneaeea, a very anperior article : 8hcet Braaa ; Plate'a do; Coopers' Braaa ; Pail Ears and Riveta ; Umbrella, Paraaal and Shade Furniture. Which he warranty in quality equal to any in the United itaitfe, and ofhia own manufacture. ITT- Gold. Silver, and all kinda of metal, rolled at the ahort'Qt nftV.-e mla In', iAMSe.Y'8 CtLk.BKA'1'Ku CmEMI aI, CUS.viEI'tC bHAVING COMPOUND. "PO an" gentleman who may purcliaae this article, the money I- will he refunded if not entirely aatiafied, alter ua ng it one nmli To be had of the inventor, at hia manufactory and varehoute, 45 Maiden 1 an'. ALEXANDER RAM9KY. Certificate of Dr. T. K Bond. Senior Editor of the Cliriatian Advocate and Journal. Hr. Alexander Ramsey:? Sit?I have lairly tned your Chemical Coametie Shaving Compound, and havi'g alwaya been tn ihe practice ol shavicg nraelf. had previ- utly uaed many o' the va i ua preparation! vhxh h d been offered 'n the | ublic av farilita'ihk tlua para* ion I have no hesitation in saying ynuis M the best I have ried. The lather ia teadilr made, and ol a proper consistence; t is mild, iud'i d, 'wholly inoffemive to ilie face. ? veo where here may be alight abrasions of the skin.'nd adnerea lentcionsy and closely,so aa to give the oeceisary stiffness to the beard New York, April 12th, IS(2. T. E. BOND, alllm'ee 'E'RANCIS' PATENT LIFE BOAT," Oltice No:"7 " Wall afreet. m2l IIJ1 \ DOW SHAD ?.S?The subscriber offers ler sa'e at hi* m No. 272 Bleecker * iret, a gen-'*l aaiortmrai of teau'lful irana arm I aliao and Fiencli Window She lea, at iricea lower th<n m any place in thia city Aud alao a taateful wo imeut ol Dry Goods. ?8 3w* c DANIEL E. TO"KER. | ^HAl'' 1'8 PAVabC*. AT SIGHT on all parts ol E*g and, L' Ireland and Scotland, iu anma ol *5. CII, 115, f'O. to any mount, for sale at 8. J. SYLV ES TER'S, air 22 Walt atreet and 130 Broadway. SXPRESS FOR CLEVELAND AND DETROIT. PHE aubacribera will aeud an eipreaa through from Una city, 1 t? the aboee named aud intermediate placet, on the morula of the 9th inat., lor the transportation or specie, bank notes, nndlet and packages ol goods, collection of drafts, bills, not?( nd accounts,and all such other business as may be entreated to lent. POMEKOY k CO.. 2 Wall at., N.V N. B. Immediately on the openini of lake navigation, the bore express line will be extenCed to Chicago, Cincinnati, tc., and continued throughout the entire season, in connexion rith their New York, Albany, Troy, and Buffalo daily carets mfi r A DAM8 ft OO.'B NEW YORK AND NEWARK EA 1 TUE88 ?The public are respectfully informed that t s ubseribers ha?e establisncd an Express between New Yo a ud Newark, N. J., (or Ibe transmission and speedy delir?< r f packages, bandies, money, he. he.; the collection of oat it ! ud bills, and all other business appertaining to an Express ? Inters for articles to be returned by the Express will M I elirered free of charge. 1 Oilier in New York at No. 7 Wall street, and ia Newark, >1 IMITH'8 Newrpaper Depot, No. 120 Broad at. r Leare New York at llht A. M.and A P. M. 1 Leave Newark at I A. M. and 1M P. M. t dlfae ADA Ml fe CO. "MT'ORTANT TO OLD COUNTRYMEN.?MLBKKH H ARNDEN fc CO. will draw at their Eipreaa and Foreign ettsrr Office, No. 3 Wall street, amall bills of exchange Irom 2 to ?100, in sums to suit, payable at sight, for the aecomm o- 1 itioa of persons wishing to remit to their friends in England, stand, or Scotland. I The letter hags lor the Royal Mail Steaman forLir- igiool e also made up at thair often. For lurther information apply to HARNDKN It CO., 1 Wallstre Agents in London?MACLEAN, MARRI8 k CO. Liyernool?WILMER k SMITH. t 80METH1NO NEW IN BEDSTEADS!!! "'HE attention of hatel, tavern and boarding house keepers is rei|n sted to a new aud superior description of Kedsteads, mbiuing all that is considered desirable in thia indispensible tide or furniture, vii umplieity, ecauomy, durab.'lity and [tire absence of any thing like harbor for that most noxious of I insects THE ABOM1NABLF. BED BUG. The caae and short space of time wi'h wnich WILLh'8 PATENT PREMIUM BEDSTEAD n be put up or taken down is almost indie ible, call and tsr ' great variety at Woodruff's Depot for ihe above, 71 Oold * reet, between Spruce sun Beekinan, New York. r? nnftp-MKh* AUd machine* lor tale on apiilicrftioii aa toore. * ? . I '|y I^WIiNtS?200 bae* auper Kng!i?h B rid port Beiue I '! 1 comprising a complete assortment from to % pound*, 01 ..df.,?yv COLM?.a.= I AlJ?Q 24 Bon* m - - ? LD. t. I,nali. [Corrnpondcnce of thi Herald ] St. Lotns, March 27, 1848. Matins and Thing? at St. Ismit?Tht Raynor Family?A Party for the Rocky Mouwtaint?Negro Conspiracy?Increase of Immigration?MilIt nsm "no go." Drar Sir: Do you think that one of the late earthquake" has swept this flourishing city from the surface of the earth. There is perhaps'no town in these our United States, of which we do not read a report in your paper now and then. But of our city, the Herald it npiiears, thinks proper to leave his readers in utter darkness We frequent our balls and concerts, meetings and leetures, just as you do, and if you call your city the emporium of this glorious csnn~ try, we Bhall call ours by and by, the emporium of the west Our court house has been crowded last week. Leonidas Walker, the maa who shot a lawyer by the name ol Farr, (formerly of yoar city) in the street, has been found not guiliy by his peers. We expect a good business in murder, shooting, and otherniceties of the same kind. Our theatre stands empty this winter, but has lately been occupied by the members of the Irish Repeal Association, who held there a mass meeting on St Pairick's day, which wasa glorious atlair, and did great credit to the Irish population here, who through the evening Kepi up me item oruer, anu ine meeting was addressed by several gentlemen of this city, and amongst others by Mr. Eager, our candidate lor City Attorney, and also by Mr. S. J. Rogers, of Dublin, lately trom Boston, who ranks very highly in that citv amongst the distinguished sons of ths Emerald Isle. The celebrated Rainer family from Tyrol is here, and captivates the ear ol every friend of true music, by their soul-stirring melodies; they have sung here to crowded houses,and it would seem as if the citizens meant to detain them still longer, they have been here now upwards of a month. One of them informed me, that they are going north as soon as they leave here, and before their departure lor the chivalric land of Hofer and Tell, they intend to give a few more concerts in New York and Boston. Sir Wm. Stewart, the distinguished Scotsman, is daily expected from New Orleans. A large party of travellers await his arrival to visit witn nim the Rocky Mountains and the Oregon Territory. Public opinion gives to this enterprise a political tendency. The party will conaist of from 6?) to 600 picked men, all armed and mounted ; amongst the foreigners who are to join the cavalcade, I mention a person whom we all see daily walk our streets plainly dressed, who is said to be a German Prince, and a near relation to Prince Albert. Should saucy little Vic have taken a fancy to the far west, who knows hut old Missouri and her noble sons, will show her some pluy before she can place her banner in that region. Reports from Mississippi mention a conspiracy amongst the negroes of seven large cotton estates. British preachers, it is said, are frequently seen upon the shores ol the river, who no doubt are encouraging the blacks One of them, I am just told, has fallen a sacrifice to his evil doings Emigrants are flocking in here from all parts. A large portion of our citv is entirely occupied by them, and is called already little Germany. The inhabitanls seem to be in a fl >urishing condition, and get up their new brick houses every day. Some apoatles of the divine tool Miller, have tried to convert our citizens, and to make them believe in the coming destruction of the earth, but it was no go. Apt as people are to devour the humbug t.f our politicians, they could not swallow this docrine. The meeting was interrupted bv groans and hisses, some rotten eggs and other delicacies hurled at the saints, when the crowd rushed out and broke the windows as a parting civility. The next meeting Will he lirot III) at a hlarkamilh ahnn na fhrv ami th? head manof the prophet is to mount the anvil, and the boys say it ia the fittest place,because the smith's tonga are now at hand to pull their noses with. Our city election cornea ofl April 3d. We expect hot work between the whigs and locos When over you shall hedrfrom me again. Truly, yours, A Missouri an. Alarming State of Hunger and Distress.?Extract from a letter received by a gentleman in thia city from Shiawassee county, Michigan, dated March 31:? "We have had along, cold winter; the snow is two feet deep in the woods now, and no signs of a thaw It is a verv gloomy time with us at present. Crops of all kinds came in light last year; tne corn crop was almost entirety cut off; hundreds of hogs starved to death last tall; those that have been kept over look as if thay had not long to stay?cattle are dying all about the country?people are feeding out their wheat, those that have any, while their neighbors are starving. It is thought that there is not half enough wheat in the country for the inhabitants. Fork is scarce, very dear, and veiy poor.? Many families are already suffering, or depending upon their neighbors, that are not much better on than themselves. You may be thankful that you are not here to witnem the suffering that the people of this country are doomed to endure before another harvest. I tremble for my own little family, but I will hope for the best. CLINTON HOTEL, NEW YORK. epHK PROPRIETOR of this well known and verv popular 1 Hotel. avai<? himself of the occasion, to render hie sincere hanks to the rublic, and to its patrons, I >r the patronage and ki' duets th?y h ve lor a senet o? years so warmly and liberally bestowed. Actuated hv a sincere desire to ine'il and receive the appr >bation of the public, and actios in accordance with the eiijeueias of ihe times,he has reduced his rates to the following prices :? Table de Hote tl 50 per day Private Parlor 12 M per day Board in Pailor $1 00 par day In making this annanciatinn. the proprietor bess leave to as sore the public and the pat on* ol (he establishment, that there ha'I not h? my ditmnition in <he attractions of the Clinton Hotel. But, that, on the contrary, no effort shall be wanting, on hia p-rt. to maintain the high repnta'ion the Honae has at all timn enjoyed, and to obtain which he h'? at a'l tinea studied. e4Jw?r PHKnTON HOD(lfc8. WASHINGTON TEMPERANCE HOTEL, J?6 PEARL 8T . FRANKLIN SQUARE, N. T. J FOWLER fc SON respectfully inform their rriends and the public, that they have opened the above well known Hotel on strict temperance principles, and pledge themselves to conduct the same strictly in those principles. The sceom modati >us need no coinmrnt, as they are good and comfortable. Permanent and transient Boarders by the day or week. Private a|>artm>nta for families on the most reasonable tems. The location is convenient to the London and Liverpool Packets, and the Albany, Buffalo, Boston and Philadelphia ? boats. Every information given to peraona travelling; aim the beat and cheaps, t way of conveyance to all paita of tha United Btefea and Canada. The Reading Room will be supplied with English and American nepers, and all the Temperance periodicals. Term*?Boaiking per week $3; per day 7S cents. Taa,coffee cakes, kc. always ready. We, the undersigned, wonld r? -erfully recommend the above Hotel to the notice of our W i mgtonian frienda, and the travelling public generally Hon. Aaron Clara Hon. Geo. Hall, President Parent Society, Brooklyn. James Van Dyke,President of Wall i boot T. B. Society. James H 'iper. President o* the Franklin Temp Society. Win F. Legget Vice President Broadway >ociety. A C Flanagan, President of Prospect Society. Kev. Isaac Covert, fresisent Waskingtoman T. B. Society. Nirholaa Duff, Preetdent of Andrrson Society. A D Wilson, M, D. President ol Marshall T. A Society. apl Im'ec WA VEKLEY HOUSE, " NOS 54 Ik 5? BROADWAY, P>Eiv York. HPHE SUBSCRIBERS Issp-ctfally announce to >h- irfnende 1 and the public, tint in conformity with ihe tints,they hava reducsd the prices of board, kc., to the following rates:? Board, per d?y, _ $ 5* do do Private Table, t on Private Pailor per day, t 00 They take th s opportunity alao of stating, that they have renewed their lease hit a trim of yea's, and that they a-s shoot matinjf ti pmin ilt^ratiooi in ih' 'cfiht Hdim, which will be newly (urni-hed and such improvements a^ded ? tu render it a most desirable resideucs for tlraogeta and families visitiig the c ty Th- situation IS Very pleasant, b-lug iu tee lower pirt of Btov wiv, wihio a few monies walk of the Battery and the 'Inlsdelphia, Boston and Albenv sl-sroboat stiffi"gs; stid also in the immediate vicinity of the business > irtion of the citv Their table will always be snpp'ied with the beet provisions >ur markets aff ird, to which will ue added everv oe'ieacy of he ssason, sod then winrs (in wh'ch a large deduction nas seen made) are of tht most choice sele'tion. OttMSBEE k CARTER, ?14 3f m Proi rirtors KO88V1LLE RuARDINO SCHOOL, oTAlE.N ISLAM D. LI WK8THOLP r*?t cc'fnlly inform hit friends ?ad tbn J* public, th ' his \ r. fill reopen on (h? lie of.VI\j. r .?cnrt and guaitliaLS ?r?? , No informed H VV. m?kri it a point of conscience to vua>'J in every possible wav (he morals pf children committed to his care, fro/n Jon' to twelve years of ite. Reading, writing, orthogipny, an'bm?oc, aeographv *nd grammar umht. 'I he location ?s dehgh fal -ind healthy; the orchard, gardens and play groniH are spec ions; a* oat ten minntes walk from the lani/iug. The steamboat Rainbow leaves Barclay street s?erv dsv at S o clock, tor Koesrille. Terms, for ioa'd ind t??tion. mc loVing wasrunf, $96 per inarter, paid in sdvau e. References Rev David More, Stal#e Island. W. N. Seymour, ICmj., ? Lh*th*m Square, If. Y JCnr* Srewart Seaam, K"l , Statea IiUul. Wm ? ndlaei, K?q. I?? 8?-?kman street. John Q >mn, K?q , J" Mauroe street. Mni'i Cotrill ?t?d Kleminr, Esq., It C?d*r street. Kant Mwsrd tVrh, K?q.. Hicks street. Brook Ira. Mrs. V-risn *1 EVrnl?e street New Tor-. sl4 im*r 'N fl/llrt'ANCIt ol so order or the HsrroxrC. 01 the Conntv ol Ni-w York, notice it hereby given t sll persons baring l.imt svsinst l eter Mnrphr. Isle of ths city ol New York, .nth-man, deceased, to present the same with the ronchsra 'he nbtcribers, sf the ortlce >f K.dmnnd 8. Oerry, ?- *1 i? 'he City of New York??n or before thie Ithteepth day of September neit Dated New York, the IJth dee of Merch. IUJ JACOB HARVEY, JAMKB CTBCLL. ml* lewtm t Admiuittrtiort with the will meted