Newspaper of The New York Herald, May 8, 1843, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated May 8, 1843 Page 1
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1 TH Tol. IX.?Ho. ia??WHolo Ho. 833H . To ill* Public. THE NEW YORK HERALD?dailynewspaper?pub11 shed every day of tha year except New Yeart day and Fourth ef July. Price 3 centa per copy?or fT 96 per annum?postagea paid?caah in advance. THE WEEKLY HERALD?published every Saturday morning?price flj centa per copy, or fS 13 per annum? postage! paid?caah in advance. ADVERTISERS are informed that the circulation ol the Herald ia over THIRTY THOUSAND, and increasing nit. It hat the largest circulation of any paper in thii city, or the roarU, and it therefore. the beet channel forhminett men in the city or country. Prices moderate?caah in advance. PRINTING of all kinds, executed at the most moderate prices, and in the most elegant style. JAMES GORDON BENNETT, PaoraiEfoa ar the Hebald Establishment, Northwest corner of Fulton and Nassau streets "removal. Mrs. O. NRWCOMBE, TOBACCONIST, reams her sincere acknowledgemenu f ?r the very liberal p>tr"nnge extended to her f r ihr last 13 years, sod would bee leave to inform her patrons and the ru^'ic ienr ally that the has return ed her old e?tahli?hed snuff au J tobacco warehouse lo the Spacious store No 4 Wall t'reef, Mor-imer bui'diouv where she would invite the at'ention of connoisseurs lo cr large and well selected stock of Foreign ai-d dumeiti snuffs. Just received from Hamburgh a la'ge supply of Valine's Kan?sler (1st, 2nd anil 3rd <ju tlity- J old and verv superior Turkish Spansh, Scafa'Utti am) f'orto Rico, rmokug tcbscco; cavendish (various kinds,) noil fine cut rhewing di'to. A ch lice assortment of the best brands of Havaua and Trincipr ig?rs, constantly On hind Fancy pipes, eigar esses, stuff boie-, pocket lirhts. ' lunese t'nJer he fcc All of which for sale on the most liberal terms, wholesale or retail. 9(mnK#*tt HU(l country deal< rt are iovi.ed to call previous to fbeir pnrc;i?ves e'sewhere in4 lm*?C No tick. *N1) REMOVAL?F. A. A KTAULT.lately IB"X Knltou it. having ilisioWeil by mutual consent hii copartnership, for giving n*l hi* attention to lb* Diiuerrcotyiic buS-neis, respec'fcilly informs his friends and the public that he has removed his old Daguerreotype staud from lti8>* Fulton ?t. to 235 Broadway, 2d it.irv. where lie bai just openeo several packages received by the lait arrivals, containing 1000 French Daguerreotype Plat-a. No. 30 and <0 warranted French Acrounatic Lenses. and all the chemicals necessary?complete sppv tatus He will be very ttlad to see all his old customers visiting his new place. Piease to Rive a call?233 Brotdway, 2J story, rooms No*. 2 and 3. m4 lm*r fcMOVAL?TOUNCLB Jt HALL have removed iheir Wool Warr house f rom No 26 nBS street la No. 285 Pearl ?' vi t, corner of Beekmau street, where they offer for sale a'l kinds of American and Foreisn Wool on the most r asonable terms mS 3t*r o BKEVOOKT. formerly at 102 Fulton street, h-s re t moved to No. 6'. m3 lmr \IADAMA FLORInE LEFEVRE?Removed from 79 dvl Franklin street'o 20 Walker ___ tnS lmr RE .ioVAL?PAUL A. tiW- Z. Importer of Watches has removed his office from 75 Wanen street to 31 Ourtlandt street. tn< lw?ec REMOVAL?P. MAE*, Hair Dr'saer and Wig Maker, has r moved f om 162 to 189 B/oadway, a few doors below the Franklin H-use, and opposite John street. Hsvi r fitted up a new r om in the most fashionable style, h? will c niiriue the same business, and will be pleased to see hit old fu^n^s and patron*. aud others who e av favor him with a call. He.has also private rooms for Ladies' hair dreraiug and jampooing. r"' f>>,v ia 4t/snRirlsrp?(l hv fKnnaHnrft of Now Yorker* and stramrr* ai one o' healthiest article* for the rnieof dsndruff and strengthening the hair, i* approved bv the Faculty of Medicine in Pails. and narrated at Washing*~?n. Nothing i* more pleasant and delightful than to go through thu operation in the hand* nf P. MAKS, ml *m*r MHOUBES Tu LET AT YOKKVlLLfc.-a targe home* on the corner of Mth itreet and 3d avenne; either of them is calculated for a public house, grocery or priest: residence. On the premises is a line stable, bowliag alley, and a fine garden, consisting oft >ols, with grape vines and fruit trees Ihereou. For terms, inquire of JOHN A. MORRILL, Esq., mt Jwr No. 11 Chamber* st. jml HOUSE $575?A House and two lots ol Ground, CTi wi'h truit tree* and raspberry hushes, woodhouse, kc. I'Jl - Hahway, N.J. Letters left lor O. P. G. Herald Office m5 3t*r TO RENT?The extensire BuifdiDg erected ttie preffaw sent season bjr the suhserioer, for his own residence, on J?J^the margin of the Fist River, at Gowanus Heights, two and a half miles from South Brooklyn Ferry, commanding splendid view* of ths Bay and Jersey snore, the cities of New York and Brook 11 n. Suites Island and the East and North Rivers. The H use isbiick. a superior building, five stories h'vh, covered wilh copper; the hall and it*irsof marble: the water front ab >nt one thousand fret, and the bathing within a few va'daof the door, eteellei t fishing and fowling in the im mediate v icimty. The drive from New York is about fifteen minutes, and the premiss are not excelled by any situation near this city. Oue hundred persons can be accommodated.? i'on. iiiuu Immed.atelv. Apolv to JOHN F DFLAPLAINK. Ct Wall at. ALSO TO IfET, the three story brick Honte, 34 Walker treet, between Broadway at-d Church ?tr> et, occupied by Mra. Vvrplanck; aod the iwo story brick Home No. 229 Nluetetnlh atreet. occnpied by Mr- C. W. Feeka?Rents moderate. alt) l m * kc MTO LET?The Mansion House at Bloomingdale, kujeu a? the " Abbey" situated ? sh >rt -'Ounce above ih- sis mile stone, just above B'.ryker's Bar, and nearly opposite Br.. Michaels Church. The place is wsll known as on-ol the most celightful situations on the Island, aiid is real t'kablr he.a'thy in the summer season. Toe Bloomingdale staitcs pass and repass the sate every hoar in the day. The (ate is new, and numbered 101. The tent will be in accordance with the present sute of the times. A ply on the premises, or at 132 Chambers street. N. B.?Arran. rmeiit canld be made, if desired, by a ?*** factory tenant, to tela part of the furniture now in the house remain, or a part of the house will be rented separately. apli lm*r TO LET?The fire proof bnck store. No. 103 ooatn it, with immediate possession if requited, apply to WOORHULL k mJntURN, tt Booth street. t" TO LET?The t Wo ?to<j bnck House and premiaet. No. I4S Wooster atreet, finished in the most modern style, with maible mantel-pieces and folding doors hout. Apply to JOSEi'H McMtJ It KAY, in23r 100 Pine street. TO LET?Several Work Shops, with good light, at ts Ann st ret. will b? let at low renU to good tenants. Enquire of WM. FULLER, 4lh story, fiont building, *u II and 2 oVIock. s2) 2w*r . sh TO LET OR FOR SALE?A three atoty modern ff!? built biick dwelling i.onae an I ateie, wih two lots of .lljJLgioaiid attached, situated in Willtamibnrg, about two minutes walk thr reck Blip Ferry Apply on the premia s, corner of Fourth and South-Eighth streets, Williamsburg, or '0 W. k J, T. TAP8COTT, s-4r 43 Pock slip. spurn FARM FOR SALE?The besntifnl improved HickBC^oi> Uiove Fa-m situated in the town of Mamnrnueck, idtu '*' rT'-'it - county, three nnles eait ef New Rorh -He, a lew ininutra walk frnm the Boston tnrapike, eonsistii g of JO aerss of choice 1-tid, teu of which is wood land; hand-nine i?,i nnni horn*, ten raoms. The house is snrionudr d withuume om cherry, plm-h, p?ar and titer fruit trees,together with an artle mch ird of i lie choicest k nd. The ou'builii ir? r? u'l i first rut* repair; a handsome Harden in froul ol the honse, laid our wi'h box aud grave' walks throughout, and is storked with all of the rarest shrubbery, flowers, Ike.; hand om lawns in front and tear of the house. The itkory grove stands on a risingg-c und, twenty rods distance from the hout*, wiih beantiful lufy tree*, and is kept as pleasure uround, havi.i : > I view of the Lor g Island Sound Th s place is well worth >h? att-nrion of any gentleman wanri'K a country residence. For'u ther information enquire ol HOBT LKWia earner Jones Lne and South streei, or of Captain SAMUEL bEQ v fcS. on ths pemites. mil20f r md FARM FOR BALE, containing forty acrea, thirty. Kq| five under cultivation and the balance a good growth ol *0^. wood. On the premise! is a house in good repair, a new coach house and a large haru In front of the honse is an excellent well ol water, srrured Irom the weather hy a new well house, and i fine lawn in front of the house. On the above described farm is fruit in xhnnd tnce, such as applet, cherries, pears, quinces eurriuu.gooseberiirs, ?c. The ab.ire farm is two miles from the steamboat landing odc fr m ilie tows of Rye, on the North street road. A full view of the Sound ; can see two light houses when lighted; is in every respect a desirable location for a gentleman's reai dencr. This firm is in Westchester Countr. Call on the premises 01 on Mr. J. H. WELCH, S5 Leonard street, a!8 Im'ec or at the Police Office. DRESS BOOTS. LATEST FRENCH STYLE. THF. SUBSCRIBER respectfully invites the citixens ol New Yoik and air.merrs visiting the city, to call at lid FULTON STREET, and examine a large assortment af Uncut Boots, made in tht litest fashion, and of the finest French calfskin. (lent eaisn can have boors made toord- r in the best manner at tu dollars par pair, and footed at four dollars, warranter equal to any manufactured iu the city at from seven to eight do'lars. [L r" Parsons having tender feet, or being difficult to fit on aa ciunl of lumps. bunions, corns, fcc.. can have hoofs made to ai to hr easy yi t handsome. bv the subsr-ribci't method of takiuf a drawing of ihe feet aud fitting up and keeping a pair of laan for each customer. Htr.ingsra leaving their measures ran, by writing, have boot BMdr and forwarded to tr em without delay. cortsTAtvTi.r eis narvt). H>nd-nme Boota, from |> no to |6 00 Unit Boot* " 3 50 10 ]JI (Voter Boot*, 2 00 to 2 50 Hhoea, 1 JO to 2 50 Slippero, 59 to 1 00 Pompf, 8tc., ?c., eonnlly low. TroMi, CASH DELITKRT. JOHN L. WATKIN*. a9 lm*t 114 Fulton at. between N????n and Patch of. ADOLTHK MONDBON, Boot maker, from Pa wgMBPWria, reaper! fully inlbrma the Inhibitanta of Nrn York, that he' ha? opened hit eatablrahment At No 103 Broad way, where ho it lead* to elecutr all nrdera entreated to him ol the latr?t faahiona fud beat workmauahre. (Veut'emen wialnng to hara an elegant fit wtll do well to eal and riamiue hie worli all lm*r BOOT AND SHOE STORE. JOHN HKADV rrapectfully luforme hufnendi and the abhc, that he hat ciiminrucril buamera in the abovi liar, ?t No. ?0 Niaayu itieet, where he will thrtiklnlly receive and faithfully eaecuv, all ordera he u.ay be favored with oi toe moat rei??oii?b"e term tor i aah ^2tr LADIKS, LOOK AT THI8! 7000 pain n V metli Gaiter Boota, 3000 pnraol Hlifprra, jrn received, aael 'or aale wholeaale and retail, at the Inilowini very low pricea 2000 pane of Fiee^ch Oaitera.of the beai quality, anet of all colore,Si,50; and 3000 paira of 9lippera,7; crnta. at 367 Broadway ami91 Canal atreet. Ladiea, iu theee atorea you will find the gre.iteat anil beat aa aur mint in tha world of Boota, Oiitera, Hhoea, Hlippera, kc an el (Vtiaeoa aud Cnildreuia do. (Vrueleineu, wo wiali to draw rrror attention to our apleudn aaaortmeot of Boota, Bbnea and cloth bu'ton Gaitera, of ihi new atyle; Kientli eallikni BoaU, of the beat qenelity and mad to ordrr, Si. anel h eenrh calfakm Beiota on hand, from $3 t. $ |<r iia la; cloth button Gait>,50; Prunella fI JO. the Anea ol calfakin Hlioea, 1,25 to 12; boya'a Boota of ih. 11<-at eiualitv 1,25 to $2,75; Bhoea. S' to 1,25; youih'a booia, SI to 1,50, Hheee Wlcrutau SI Boota, Gaitei*, Hipi-ra, Tiea, Bnakina, Bnoea kc.iu endleaa variety , olid nil el lo be eel the heat kneel GHKGOnV Ik CMHILL, 367 Bioadway el3 lm*r anel 97 Canal atraet. I \ IIA K I'M on all paita e" h.iikI.iml, lr< Iraiiel and ."i. inland ii J-' aumaol ?3, A. 10, ?15, ?20 to auy amanut,payable at aight for aale at B. J. HYLVk.8TKR'8, " H 12 Wall atreet and 130 Broadway. E NE fOK NE\ . RLKANJJ. LOUISIANA AND NEW 1V>RK LINE OF PACKETS For tlit better accominnd!tio^or ihippen, it iaiiitcnded ti deapn'ch a ihip from thia nort on the 1st, 5th, 10th, lJ?h. astli, and 26th ol each month, coin .> rnciuit the loth October ami continuing nnttl May, when regular daya will be apiaiinted far the remainder of the year, whereby great delayi and diaappointmetiti will be i reveuted during the vutnmer mou'hs. The following ?hip? will commence this arrangement : Hti|p V A ZOO. Captain Cornell. Ship OCONEE, Captain Jachaon. Shy, MISSISSIPPI, Captain Hiliiard. Ship LOUISVILLE, Captain Hunt. Ship SHAKSPKAllE, Captain \Iieei. t'hip (JASTON, Captain Latham. Ship HUNTSVILLE. Captain Mnmford. Ship OCM I!I.< IKE Captaiu LeavittShip NASHVILLE, Captain Dickiuaon. Ship MEM PIUS, Captain Knight. Ship LOUISA, Captain Mnlford. Theae ihipe were all built in the city of New York, eipreu for packeti, are of light draft of water, hare recently beet i*wly cojvjiered aud put in ydendid order,with accommodation! lor paraetigera unequalled lor oomfort. They are commander by etperienced masters, who will make erery eiertion to girc Seneral satisfaction. They will at all timca be lowed up ran owu the Miasisaippi by steamboats. Neither Hie owuurs or captains 01 tneic XI||I1 win no rrs[>un?r ble for jewelry. bullion, precious stones, silver or pliuad ware or for any Wtiera, parcel or package, teat ty rpat onboard o ihem, unless regular billt ?f lading are taken for the tame ,*ni the value theieou expressed. for freight or passage, apply E. K. COLLINS A CO., 56 Sooth at.,or HULLIN A WOODRUFF, Agent in New Orleans, who will promptly forward all goods to tlirir address. The snips of this line are warranted to sail punctually as ad rertited, and great care will be taken to have the goods oorrect measured m' PASSAGE FROM GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND m m M. H aV I NO compHt.d extensive aim important arrange mrnls for bringing out passeugers from the old country, (he sub scribert can with confidence inform those who inav wish to set tie for friends to emigrate the present seaann ( 1843) that ihej will find it their interest t > make the necessary nrrangcmsuti with this li ie; beiug the oldest or longest cstabliiheo out ol this port, it is well known that that the arrangements are com' plrts?the ships of the first class s uling weekly, aud the ac cotnmndations fitted up expressly for the comfort and convent enceofiiassengers. Shonld those settled for decline coming out, the nassagi money will, as usual, be refunded to the party from whom 11 was received, without deduction. A free passage per steamer from the various ports of Ireland and Scotland, to Liverpool, can be secured if desired. Ap Pl> l? SAMUEL THOMPSON. Old Established Passage Office, 273 Pearl St., Or to C. ORIMSHAiV Ik CO. 10 Goiee Piazzas, Liverpool. Drafts on London, Liverpool, the National Bauk of Ireland Northern Co. nd Narional bang of Scotland, a sight, and for any amount. Apolv as above. r>0 lm*r NEW LINE OK LIVERPOOL PACKETS). 7*0 nilfrum New York on the 25th aud Liverpool on the lttl nf each mtnlh. (,>sm Nzw'Yorx. Ship OAURICK, Opiain Wm. Skiddy, 25th Februaiy. Shin UOSC1U8, Captain John Collins, 25th March. Ship S1DDON8. Captain E. B. Cobb, 25th April. Ship SHERIDAN, Captain F. A. Depcyster, 25tli May. From Livkhvohl. Ship SIDDONS, Captain E. B. Cohb, lJth Febrnarv. Ship SHERIDAN, Captain F. A. tteneyster, 13th March. Sliip GAIlItlf IK, Captain Wm. akiduy, IJtli April. Sliip llOSCIUS. Captain John Collins, 13th May. Theses hips are all ol the first class, upwards of Ittt tons, bail inthe city of New York, with such improvements s scombin great speed with unnsual comfort for passengers. Every car has been taken in the arrangement of their accommodation! The price of passage kvnee is S100, for which ample stores wil be provided. These ships are commanded by experience masters, who will make every exertion to give general alisfac tion Neither the captains or owners of t\ e?l Mwill be responxi ble for at y letters, parcels or packagesseu by them, unlets re gular billy of lading are signed therefor. For freighter passage, apply to J?. K. COLLINS St CO.. 56 asouui St., mew tore, ore WM. & JAS. BltOWN h CO., Liverpool. Letter* by the packets will be charged 12K cents per tmk 1 ibee t; 50 cent* per onuce, and newspapers I cent each. ft r M- ~ m-'" "m.' PASSAGE FROM GRKSffluTrAIN ANDTRHSN] BY THE BLACK BALL OR OLD LINE OK LIVERPOOL PACKETS. [Sailing from Liverpool ou the 7th and 19th of every month. Person* wishing to aeud to the Old Conntry fer their friend can make the aece??ary arrangement* with toe subscribers, an hare them come oat in this superior i*ine of Packets, sailm from Liverpool runctually on the 7th and I9ih of every montl Tt ev will also have a first rate class of American trading shipi sailing every six days, thereby affording weekly commnuici tion Irom that port. One of the lirm ( Mr. James D. Roche) i there, re see tnat they shall be lorwarded with care and dei patch. Should the parties agreed for not come cat, the money wi be retained to those who paid it here, niihout any rcdui tion. The Black Ball, or Old Line of Liverpool Pa:keU, comprir the following magnificent Ships, viz:? The OXFORD. The NEW YORK, CAMBRIDGE. COLUMBUS. EUROPE. SOUTH AMERICA, ENGLAND, NORTH AMERICA. Withsnch superior and unequalled anaugemeats, ihe sul scribers confidently look forward for a continuance of llistsai port which lias been extended to them so many years, fur whic Those proceeding, or remit tins money to tlieir relative#, ct at all timea obtain Drafts at sight for any amount, drawn dire< on the Royal Back of Ireland, Dublin, bI?o oa Mcuri. PKE8COTT, GKOTE, AMES k CO. Bankers, London, which will be paid on demand at any of the Banks, or thei Branches, in all the principal towns throughout England, hi land, Scotland and Wales. Apply,or address, (if bv letter, post paid.) ROCHE/BROTHERS k CO. 35 Fulton street. New York, next dour to the Fulton Bank. N. B.?The Old Line of Liverpool Packets sail Irons th port for Liverpool on the 1st and 19th of each month. Partn returning to the old country will find it to their comfort an adraulage to select this favorite Line for their conveyance, i preference to any other. d27 r NORTHERN AND WESTERN EM1GRAN' PASSAGE OFFICE. The Snbicribers bavin* completed their nrtaneemrnts, at naw prepared to forward passe gers o all the Northern an Western States and Camilla, by daily lines of towboats. rai roads and steamboats, via the Not ill live rand Ene Canal, uppi Lakes, Philadelphia and Pitlsbu gh, Ohio river and Cam routes. The following ate a few of the n oat impoitnc poi ,t*:? Via Utiea, Buffalo, Pottaville, Gilena, Siraents, Chveland, Pittaburgh, Toronto, Oiwego, Detroit, Cn.cinnatii, Kingston, Rochester, Milwaulie, St. Lonl?, St. Johns, Lsckpor', Chicago, Louisville, Montreal. Also to any pjit of Ohio, Illinois, Mistouti, Indiana, Michigan, Tenmssee, Kentucky, Wisconsin, Iowa, t?pper and Low. r Canada. Having given such universal tatisfac i n in their London an Liverpool line* ot packets, the subscribers will endeavor I make the pieseut undertaking rqually s!? serving of | ublic f ror. Persons about to emigrate to any of the soove placrs ai requested tocall on the subscribers before m-kiag their raugements, as they confide' tly bel'eve the inducements the ' e in offer are such as canuot fail to prove highly alr-ntage u aud they pledve themaelves that every attention shall be pai to -n>nre comfort ami deapatih. For further partiou'ara appl - to r W. k J. T TAPSCOTT, at their General m4 r ('usage Office, 13 IVcL_?lji corjjonth at. DAILY EXPRESS FOR ALBANY, TROY. BUFFALf CHICAGO AND 1 HE CANADA8 1 The subscribers having coinplel d their arraiigeuients wi the People's Line of Steamboats, ou the Noith River and it Hail Road Companies west of Albiny lor lumnug their Einre for the season of 11143. an Express will Irave their office, No, Wall street,New York, every evening, ?t quarter to 7 o'clocl for the above named at d iutrrmcdn e places. IMPORTANT. For the greater aafeiy snd security of all valuable and inone I packages ent.mted to their c.ire, they have ralsm md-r Ire Sales on hoard of the steamboats, in a state room occupied e: elu-.ively by themselves, aud the messenger in chug' sleeps i r thss'lrisro m with the iron safrs, into which all such nickngi are placed. POMEROY St COMPANY, nitsc No. 2 Wall street. PA8SAOE TO tEUMwSSSM PITTSBURG. ' THE subscriber has completed arrangements for the col Teyauce ol Passengers and Merchandise ro Pittaburfj and lata , mcdiite places, on the most reasonable terms, per' Cilixei . Portable Boat Line." , People nhont to proceed to the Wettward, will find it rune to their adv?ntage to mak their arrangernenrs hy thin d??'rab , conveyance, a> the |sirictest attention will at all tiinea b' pa to the ce ..loit ol the pasaenuers, a* w?ll iu me paur.inniiiy direct conveyance with despatch. For fmther particulars apply to JOSF.rH MoMURRAY allter 100 fine at tret. comer of Month. aTATEN ISLAND KKK.K.Y. Foot of Whitehall itreet. l>n and after Monday, April 10th, the iteamer HTA1 K' [ILANnKR will leave a* follow*, ontil further notice . LKAVK 8TATEN ISLAND. NKW YORK. , At I A. M, At 9 A. M. I* 11 UK P.M. IK P.M. 2K 3* I i b All goods ahipried are required to be iiirtiinlarly arejat the riab of the owner* thereof. *9 eo , *wn MCWAKK AND NKW YUKK-Fa banhd* only 12K t enu !?The *i Irndid atoami PASSAIC, Captain John (Jiffy, haa ber , putin complete ordc, and will eoinmrnre her trip* for tl eaton, on Monday the loth imtant, a* loilowa, until furllv notice f Lea?e New York at K o'clock, T. M. t ?... . Newark at 7K o'clock, A. M. , Frenht carried at reasonable ra'r*. alfifimer [ >?Ls,??oT.H?.,0,V'>l|''i ?>K TH'lTir\|l > a. n^a^'BOAT ' TRt > U B L K R."?The owner 3fcv^Jlkai^C?th(' am boat I ruuWI, r" having receiar three rli Itenura from boar* built by Wan.Crohn* within il lartiit inoiuha. anil not havn^ yet accepted die same it presumed that in inbl aliing hia challenge to aail against ai J boat evei built bv Creltns, hi* foweit x i , agination haa takr r a flight (torn the terra nriria ol Water atieet to those mystic t r gioiia? 4 " Where the man by many odd*, I Obtains receipt* from living god*." , As aoon ns convenient -ftcr h? he has got a few more of ihoi * receipt*, and de?ci n 'rd from that aerial manufactory of honoi , it is hoped thai he will c ndescend to notice aome one ol th chs'lenge* already given him * that " his soleohjtetof tea ing tlie a tiling qns.nie* ol ilie boat*" may be obtained?ifti his bmsted" 'I ton bier" dors hot proee n anfTici. i 1 trouble, to him by mpair.iug hia > epilation. as are h<a don herself, he shill ihi nhave thr opportnni.y upon Ins own term, flfttl per day lor two days, n( again teeing Ina rannied nam fo'lowing in the wake of Wm. < roliua, ai the leapectfnl rsl of three mile* in eighteen, na it did laat spring. nllHm'm w vo NEW YORK, MONDAY IV IMl*llt?TAINT TU ALL.-Maddonfi Id, N. J., April 20. 1813.?' In the !3th dny of October, 1811, I was attacked by a severe pain in the subr, in die region of the liver, which eon- 1 tiutitd toine fire <WVs. Tie nam was then relieved hv ihe breaking of an abscess internally. Subsequent/, and during ' the whole winter of 1841. '42, I siiffcr-d intensely from the I same came?eoiitii.ua1 |iatn in the aide, eicept when temporarily relieved hv n discharge of matter from the abscess. During all tlni time I wa< c indued to tny hou-.e, had violent cough, > raised mach bloody inat'er. and was supposed by myself and I oihera to be in the last stages of rousuuiptiou. '1 he Kebrugry following, when amiaren'iy my life wa< n- ar its close, I P*>cur d a bottle of W mar s Balsam ol Wild Cner'y. As solwh as 1 commenced the use of it I began to re over. The sore*-; ii ss of my aid constantly gr?w l-ss, my rough gradually left . m , die profuse i gpectoration and spittting of biood Ceased, ' and mv g ueral health becam b>' degre" a r>sh red. I continued using the Balsam, and liy the laic- r part of M.vrh I riauui id my MM, that i I" 1 arpeoler, winch my he i It Ii hv II n'dril ine to continue wnhout interrup ion thioughon' the pastyearI w II furtuer remaik.iliis remarkable enre was eflfect-d by the use of only direr bottles of Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry. THOMAS COZENS. (Jloucester County, N. J., si.?Personally appeared before I me, the subscriber, one of the jnsdees of the peace maud for i saiu county, Tjiomat Cozens, who bei g duly affirmed uccorI dine to law. saith the above statement it in all things true, t Affirmed belore me,she 2flth (lay of April, 18ft. I J. CLEMENT. J. P. A. Williams, Esq., counsellor at law, No. Iig William street, was cured of spasmodic asthma of iweulj-fnu' years st Hiding, . by the nsn uf one bottle of die Wildf'h riy llalsain. Let those ' who don hi this wondeiful cure r all at his office and see him. I Jat. \V. Woodruff of If I z betntotsu, N.J. wascored of da g*rous bleeding of the lungs hy the use of only one bo tie. Two justices of the p-acc certify to this cure. We have no room to name any more ot the i uinnous similar cases. . ' Price 81 per bottle. Sola at 123 Kulton street, corner ?f Nawr san, by Isaac Butts ; Dealer, Albany ; (Jodiam, New Haven. air lni'er KKrhks ! LKKCHEia! LEK' HItS ?^tiiio lery line large hea'thv German Leeches, iust received, for sale 1 wholesale or retail, oi caiefullv applied hy a competent person. at Aeolnecarys Hall 3T, < atherinr it a2l lm"r F'AMIuV BUA'DINos W HOOL in the country. A Inly who is all experienced teacher, wishes to tase into her family six rhild'rn as hoarders and scl olars. She will spare no pains o render hi r house a pleasant hoi e 10 the pupil and to ad , vance tln-sn in their studies. If very proper attention w i'l be , paid to their he? and morals The loraiion is very healthy f slid teiired. No day scholars ndmit sd. Terms inodrrate. Refer to?Mr. A. Arooui, Mi Knlion st; H. Hunt. Esq No. !)<,'himhersstieet;'Mrs. Pert, "61 Or'cuwich street; M-s B. F. H irt, 3"7 Houstou street; Mrs Cumberion, 156 Laurens street; and to Mr Joliue J. Butler, i9 Johu street, where terms will be male known. m4 2w*r I T ATE IMPORTATION OF 8EOARS AND TO . BACCO.?The Subicriber, having recently arrived rorn ' Havatiua,offers to the dealers anil amateurs of sitpeiior segars, (selected by himself,) the followiiiK biands. La Norma, La Empreia, Woedv ille, Trab cco. Ca lours and Lord Byron, of virions kinds. 1st, 2d, 3d, and 4th <pi ditv ol Havaua, snnerior St Jaito aud Gjisx tobacco. Ow iua to the death of Stephen S imanoa, the firm of Hainanos & Brother is diisolved On the 1st of May, the old establishment of tl e late firm will be moved to No, 6 VVall sti et, second dnoi below Tee agency < for the Lord By run matmla tory in Havana, nod for the, Tobacco, in B'ltimor-, are held by the Subscriber, whioh lie offers at wholesale and retail, t, A. A. SAMANOS, a22 1m*jr No 4 Wall street. WINES. BRANDIES, tie. THE subscriber offe,s the following Wines, (sc. for sal* at 15 Pi >e street, corner ?f William Madeira in pipes, hhds, quarter casks, demijohns and bottles, a pait vety old ard h;gh curt, direct and via India. Sherries, in pipes, hhds, quarter casus and in glass, of various grades?Amontillado in qnaiter casks. Tort?Imported expressly lor family use, in wood and in glas.. riarets?Chateau Margeanx, Latoure, St. Estaphe, Larose, S' Ju ien? ilso in eixks. Hecks?J 'hannesberg Caarlc.Marcobrnuner Cabinet,Chartzberger. Bioceberg, Assin?n<hausen, Grei lianseu, Hintorh u t sen, Rndesh-iiner, Htienheiui Peisport?r, Ltibfeaumilcli, * Gie enheuner. Hochhcuner, Ike. A" itc. e Santerne. Birstc. Musrat. Ghabiis ? Jlurguiid es?Clus de Voureot, Chambertin, Romauee. j Very old Cognac Brandy, rinlage 178); expressly for snmmer 4 use. !* Kine Holland din. The ab-ve srti les are recommended to the infirm a* a sovereign remedy for thtir maladies. GILBERT DAVIS. f in3 lm f^| BROWN & IIO.'S Oue Price Hat Store, 178 Chatham 0 J^?squnre, corner of Mott si., where fashion, beauty, durability and economy are combined to adorn the head. The rroe pro.tors have the pleasure now to offer a new style of nat, rhe irnitat on of hi aver, which closely resembles those formerly sold for Si and S6 at the low fned price of St: those who from inclinati m or necessity are induced to study economy in that indispensable article of dress, have now au opportunity ofdoiug 3 so. and still keep >p thy appearauce of the most fashionable.? Browu k Co. in presenting this hat to the puDlic, think they have reached ill ultimatum of beauty, cheapness, neatness, 1 durability and comfort to the wearer. All sales are for cash, f therefore bo good customer pays the losses incurred by the bad. j BROWN b CO. 178 Chatham square, ^ at lm* corner of Mort st >. r* SPRING KAbHIO.N b'OR GBNTLBMKN'S 11AT8 i, Ao?e?The undersigned rrsjiecifully informs his cnstoiners 1- and the ,.ublic generally, that he has now ready for inspection is and sale, the much admired spring style i f gentlemen s Hats, ? which for beauty of finish and and si metry of form, exceed any oncer effort, in this <>r any other city. II To the economist they are a desirable article, as they com: bine cheapness, dnrabil tv and eltgance, warranted equal to auy and inferior to none. In the manufacture of Hats he challe leiiftes competion; ne therefore solicits a s' are of public patronage. M would a'so call their attention to his U'ge assortment of Meu's.Youth's,and children'scapa^ of clnth.yelTet, be. all of his own manufacture, which for variety of patterns cannot be equalled. Also, h>s new style of children's drab and pearl colored faney b- h?ti irimmrJ with velvei Of various patterns, fur sprint.' and ;r summer wear, Vrry much admired. A call will couvnre the h must see| ileal of the superiority of the above meuiioued articles, now ready for sale at the o'd established stores rf 31 ISAAC H ARCHER, ;t all lm*r 704 and ?60 O'eetiwirh at, N. T. TRENTON RACES. -=-?kArv??.-.rr The First Spring Meeting will commence on Tuesday, May 9th. First Day?Sweepstakes for four years old, two mile heats, - Pub. $1(0, closed with fire anharribera. p 1?rismnrl Laird cntera bay c Delaware, by Mingo, dam by John Rtcharda. 2?Charier Loyd entera ch c Billet, by Mingo, dam by Mam' brino. d J?j. K. Van Maier enters ch c Revel, by Mingo, dam by '* Eclip?e. r 4-Jaaepli Uellinga enteia b c D. Webster, by Priam, out of a' Foiry. .. ... it 5? David Tomi entera ch c Stanley Ecliyee, by Bnsiria, dam by John Stanley. Same Day?A corse of $W, mile heats. free for all agea. 8-?oi.d Oar?A parte ol $!10, two mile heata. Same Day?Sweepstake'. for 3 yeara old', mile heata. Thitd Day?A purse ?it $300. three mile heata. Same Day?A purse ol $i(M1, mile hea'a For farther particulars, ire New York 'Spirit of the Timet.' MllLIC MACE. On Friday, May 13th,(which ia the day following th- Kaeet) a ru'te of $100 will he given for a Mule Race, mile heata, beat in five, $.-5 of which to go to toe tecond heit. id JAVES BROWN, Proprietor, to Trenton, N. J.. May 3d, 1813 m4 6t"re * .MW) iOK NOttFOLK, RICHMOND, CITY 1 ff-^jrfrO|'NTi kc- Va- BOSTON. " '!> ' lei ? i a tiin Helmet.?') he atrmig and substantia ' Meainer B a-un, will commence regular tnpa between *t? *1 York and Nnifilk, Va., on Saturday. 6lh inat, leaving Ne'.v York at 8 oVlOtk, A. M. ami Norllolk on 9th mat. Passage -tid fare to or Irom Noilolit, $10 Forward Pns'engcrs do do 8 Paasave fri m Richmond Citv Point, $c., by one of the tin r itefitnrra. and per Boito:i from Norfolk 12 Forward paatetigera, do do 9 I "a-sage to Norfolk and back, retarn trip 15 L Forward Pa?aeDg rj, do do ... 12 Freight taken at the usual ratea. For freitht or aassge apply to the Capram on hoard, or to WM. TUCKER, J' m2 lm end WTh8iF*r No 56 Broad atreet. th M 0M POPLF.M LINE OF STEAMBOATS le ft:?Mfi^FOX ALBANY?Daily at 7 o'c'ock, P. M ra jE 3RCJt.Tnrough Ltirect (Sunday's rcepted) from t e 7 et'imiiMl Pier retween Coiir'landt and I ib-rty atieeta k, Sieemhoai ROCHESTER. Cap' A Houghton, will leave Toeada4, lliumilav and Sa ordav eveniugs, at 7 o'clock. Steainbiat >OUTH AMERICA, Contain L W Brairard, y will have Monday, Wedneaday and Friday eveniugt, at 7 in o'c'ock. ,. Steamboat NORTH AMERICA. Captain M H Tineidell, in land ng at iniermrdiate place-, will leave Monday, Wedneaday ra and Friday afternoons. >t 5 o'clack. I'.atrinjrra 'aking tint Line of Boata will invar ably arrive in Albany in ample time to lake the Mornii g Trsin of Cars for ~ the ea?4 or wi at. C^Tlie obi ve boata are new and substantial, are formated with new and elegant atate roo-na. and (or a|>ecd and accoinmo Kor paaaaee or fre'ght, apply on board, or to T. C. Schnlry. at ! the olliea on the whaif, m,it .unn ~A PEOPLE'S LINK Oh S'l'EA VI BOATS Hr^>d,,r|IIt ALBANY DAILY, Htitidavs eiceiited r> o'clock, P. M ?Throngh direct? Krom tb? (termboat pier between t'onrtlandt and l.ibcrty itrrets.? j! The ateamer ROCHESTER, Capt A. H?nghton, Iraaea ' , Monday, Wednesday, and Fridav evenings, at 6 o'clock. ,f The ateamer SOUTH AMERICA, Capt. L. W Braiuard, leaves Tnesday, Thursday, and Sitndny evenings, at 0 o'c'ock. The steamer' NORTH AMERICA,* Capt. M. H Trrea dell, leaeea Tueadiy. Thursday and oatnrday afternoons, at 5 o'clock, landmf ? intermediate placea. I The above B-.ataa'e n<-w and substantial, are famished with U elegant Mate Kooina, and for ipecd and accommodations are _ unrivalled en tne H'ltlijo. N Kor pasaagr or freight apply on board, or to P. C. Bchnltz, vl thr office on the wharf. a24 liar 0* EVENING LINK FOP ALBANY, without landn g ?Fiom the foot of Birclay Jk?JB? tW afreet north aide, rhe aplendid commodiona Steamer DIAMOND CaptH'11 A Flower, will leave aa above .very I'ueaday, Thaiaday, and * aturday, at 6 o'clock, P.M. Kor Pa?aageor Kiriehtarply tea the Captain on board, or at '? the office of aaid Bo it. foot of Uaiclay at. The above boat will leave Albany the alternate daya, foot of 17 Hamilton atrret. ap_6 r ei NEW YORK AND KINGSTON St EAM KREiuHT t, AND PASSAGE I."NR. it .Min Kor Kirgalon, and Delaware and Hndaon ei Canal?areimboaU EMERALD and NOR SE^JK2E.wich. The EMEoALD, Captain Johu Ketcham, will leave New t orb foot of Murray alreet, every Monday and i r nridny ai 5 o'c'ock P. M. ? Wi I le ive Kiiinaion (Kondout landing) every Wedneaday nl md Sapirdav at 1 o'clock, P. M d The NORWICH, Captain John Samuels, will leave New v Ymh, foo' of M?r ay alreet, eTrry Wedneaday and Saturday at J tVdl i-'aie Kingston (Rondont landinit) every Tne ay and m FnJ.yatJoclock, P.Mxtra TR,p9 The EMERALD will leare the font of Murray atreet every ?nndv moriiiint at 7 o'cl ck. Returning leaves Kingston at 4 i'r loch same day. Kor freight or paaaate apply on hoard, or to WILLIAMSON, BAhLOW Ik CO, all 3m* r _ Ht Wear street. PASSAGE Polt LONDON?P.ek t 10 h Mat ? aH0WTIie aplendid.faat sailing packet ah'p MON I'KEAL, rnmfSm' apt E. li. Tinker, will tail positively aa abovt.her regu a> day. v. . Mayn g aplendid accommodations for cabin, second cabin and ateeiage paasengeri, for passage early application ahnii'd be ? made on beard, or to W It J T. TAPSCOTT. mtr 43 Peck Slip cor South at. M RE I I0RN1NG, MAY 8, 1843. typb at reduced prices. TYPES, AND ALL OTHKB PRINTING MATERIALS MANUFACTURED AT CONN E R'3 UNITED STATES TYPE AND 8TERROTTPB FOUNDRY, Cornvr of Nassau tnn An.* Si rests, NEW Y'tKK. CAN BE H\D AT H?IITKKV PER OR NT DEDUCTION FKOM OLD PRICKS. THE nnd> rtlKiiril re?'.e? i<uOv ioloruit the Old Patrons of the Tyire ?in) Stereotype Foundry, lormrrlv knowu ? JtMH I'OMII H I. A 111) II111'e receilll V A" ' ViNNf H Si Coo R IC 'S. "Oil lll? tmblic in general, that tni-v in- pre, ared to ? ?e. ule oionn for I pi: inting types, PRESS'S. OH \s^a, CASES, IMPOSING STONES, INK,. FRAMES, mil i-vr ry other article ucct?airy 'o form Complete 1'ribtiag Establishment!, oil i? lavnrable terms, and of as good a duality ai a iy oth:r establishment iu ihe United State'. , ItKW PRICKI, PER POUND. OLD PRieU, PRR POl'ISD. Agate, 06 cents. Agate, 108'rata. Nonpareil, (4> ,, Nonpareil, It ? Minion. 54 ,, Minion, 80 > Brevier,. 46 ? Brevier, It Bourgeois, 40 ,, Bourgeois, 40 ,, Lone Primer, 36 ? Lour P> inter, 144 ? Small Pica, 34 ? Small Pica, 40 ? Pica, 32 ? Pica, 38 p Borden, Cuts, Brass Hule, and all other articles manufactured at tlila establishment, at the tame reduced rates. New Articles koI up to order, on being furnished witii patterns. The Type cast at this establishment, is, both in the style of Face and 'fie material of which it is nsade, particularly adapted for service in Newspaper Piiutina. All kinda of Stereotyping famished to order. N. B ?Soch Newspapers as will copy ihe above three timet, will be entitled to nay ill Type,on mailing a bill of tear times the amount of the three inserti ons al KOSSVlLLE BuAKDTNU SCHOOL, ST A PEN ISLAND. WWE9TTHORP respectfully inform! his friends snd the public, that his school will re oiipikou the 1st of May. Patents and guardians are also inforin-irW. W. mikes it a point o( conscience to guard in every possible wav the morals of children committed to Ins care, from four to twelve yean of age raeauiiig, writing, ortnngrapny, ariiiimsnc, geograpny nml grammar taught. I he location is tleltgh'ful and healthy; the orchard, Hardens end play groiiwl are spacious; aboat ten minutes walk from the landing. The ateamboat Raritan leaves Barclay struct every day at 3 o'clock, lor Kossville. Terma, for biiinl and tuition, including wasliiug, $25 per quarter, paid in advan-e. Heferencrs Hey. David More, Btaten Island. W. N. Seymour, Esq., 4 Ch*lh"in Square. N.'Y H-nr? Stewart seguiur, Esq., Sta'en Island. Wis I udlam, Esq., 131 Betktnaa street. John Quiiui, Esq , 3 < Munroe street. s Messrs. Colvill and Flrmins, Ksq., IS Cedar street. Capt Kdward Kertier, Esq., Hicks street, Brooklyn. Mrs. Vsriau. 31 E'cridse street New Yor\. n2J lm*r EXl HANOK HOTEL, "POTTSVlLLE, Penn J. SKI I'ZINUER, respectfully announces to the travelling community, tint he keeps that larg- and splendid establishment th- Enlnnge H itel, situate at the corner of Centre and t'aMowbill streets, nearly ot posite the Town Hall, in the Bor ough nf Pottsvtlle, whien has been thoiUKhly repa'rjd and mv t?na11 v imrroved for he sccommo ation of visitors. The hotel is forty f, et frr nt on Centre srreet. and one hundrrd and thirty ei ;ht feet front on Callowhill, three stories high; it is ndiiorsbly provided with isilors, silting rooms, readiuK room, snd large airy eh imbi r?? hu most spacious, pleasant and convenient dining room in the country?a new and supert r b tin lug establishment?ind every convenience and comfort to render it to all respects a inoat desirable hotel. 1 he sta'ilintr attached, is laige and well constiuctetl, and snpertnietitled by rxperiencyd and attentive hosttera. Horses and c. silage* may be trad at any time to convey persons to any part of th co Dtiy. An rmuilmi ;u ? Irom this hotel <1*117, to Run I'om the uepot to int-rl tin* ci s. fir the occmninndatioti of persons travelling on the U tiln ad Nocha'ge f/t omnibus tare to this hotel. Po'tsville, May 1, 1843. ml ltn*?c E.V HYMJK, HOTEL#.?The Proprietor feels grateful lor t' e pain nape I e continues to NMin from an MligMMMa anil liberal public.and heps Late to inronn ihem of Ins unremit Ird endeavors to please all who make the Exchange Hoiel their home. 'J he pric-ofboard is now reduced to $1 73 cen s rrday withmi anv "extra charge 'or lire, lights," Ike Some important changes liIT# recently heeu made in the offier r< about the heute wlii-h lie feels assured will meet with the approbstt m of the public. He is also prepared to receive a few permanent gentlemen with their families, 01 single gentlemen, to board oil the most liberal terms fo* the eusuuig season. Uentlem n visiting the Kxchange Hotel with th ir horses, ire i formed that the best care will he taken of ihein by Mr. JAMES HARDEN, whose Stable is coutienous to ihc Hotel. I y~Oo and alter the 1st of May, the charge to yearly boarders, for meals only, will he tedoced, in the gentleman's Ordinary, to $200 per year; Ladies'Ordmarv, $725. FREDERICK BOTDEN. Hichmend, Ap'il 21st, 1843. ml 1w otlaitwy r IMPORTANT TO KAKMERS?The New York Nignt I Soil Company IIS ROW piepated to receive and fulfil orders for manure, which is pronounced by the most practical sad respect able fanners to be superior in its fertilising qiialitl s to any mauurc now in nse, and ilu-y intend selling it at such prices aa to make it accessible to every farmer. Kor particulars enquire at the office of the agent, IS Chambers street. Orders stay also be left for the removal of the content* of cess pools ulJ sinks, which will he attended to with all possible cleai'l'neas and puu; tu ility. They have hern at th? great expense of purchasing vessels for ihe purpose of conveying it from the ci y. and M make it agreeable to the citizens, they hare close tubs and carts, and have it sa arranged as to have a vessel at the whirf, nearest to where the work is going on, so as to p-evi nt '.he nuisance of cartiug it through the city Ail urJers mny be left or letteis addressed (O the office of the agent, 15 Chamber* street. m3 lin*p WofjCls rPHK TRUSTEES of the Village of Williamshurgh here I by give 11 tice.thst they | urpose to sd<>|>t inrnsiiirs for the a e'dy liq liditiou Of *11 legal claims again* the Village.? Tnese, the f fore, who have Claims rgainst s id village, iu the gSapnot wsrrani* either .'gains' the triage or snv street or well and pump in the village, as we I at th< sr who may ho d a j'ldgmrnt or a 'lam of any dutei ip~ion for the payment of which the village it li b!e, are he>eby requested to give infor- , mauen to the Clerk of said village, at the Tr s ee's Hall, on or before the 23<l day of May ins'.; stating particularly the nature, amount and ditc of the claim, together with the name of the oiigh'i 1 owne-. The said Truitees wou'd also give no'ice, that they have made ar'*ngeir?n's for proru-'ng now assessment maps of the entire tillage, in three distinct sections. All pe?son?, there fore, holding real estate in tint 1 Uce are he,eby requested to give wince, at as eiriy * p riou as ||>IH|U|?, mmi. runuu Burchani, at the Tiustees' Hall, Nor li 2<i st eet, of tn nature W Meet MM O the real est'te held by them, 10 that hereafter all such pr >pevty may be :ai J to the trne uvrtur. By or Jer of the Board of Tnnt'", JOHN C. MINTURN, President. Williamrhn-ch, May 1. I8t3 ml t23*ec PIANO FORTES.?The subscribers respectfully invite their friends .ml the public io general, to call at their eata tl-rlnneut, No. 261 East Broadway, where they have on hand a well assorted (trek cf mahogany and rose wood French grand action Piano Fortes, with all the late improvements, warranted, and to be kept in tune foroneteir. The auhacribeni also beg leave to inform the pnh'ic, that Ihia ia the eflabliahirent formerly kept by Bennet aud Hawkina, but at preaeut occupied by the 'iibarribere The pr ies will be f a-d suiting to the times.? Pitrrhiaera are respectfully invited 'o call rnd eiamiue. N.B. All kinds of pianos from 6 to 7 octaves will he made toorder. Also pianos tuned and repaired, or exchanged ou the most reasonable tcrtrs. Also ?e oud hind pianos for?ale. HENRY KICHAKD It JOHN RUCK, >26 Im'r 261 Eist Broadway. NEW FIRE WORKS LABORATORY, BY JOHN TRAOARDH, PYROTECHNIST, FK"M bWEOEN. MESSRS KOLLBEKUSt THAGAHDH have the honor to inform the American public that they have an eiteusue and varied sasortment of FireWorks, of all and evry kind, ct their establishu ent. at Harsimus Long Dock in New Jerrey. ahilf m le from Jersey City, opposite New York, which they offer to Committees aud others, at the most fsv.,rablr prices in the market. Del eying in the n-w trade principle of a moderate cash price for a good article, ihey request ihe favors of the t uhlic at the above place, or *t the store of Robert Johnston. No. 61 Conitlandt air'et. All oider*, on any scale o' size or variety .promptly att-nd*d to, by addressing the subscribers at either of the above pi sees. NICHOLAS A, KOLLBKROk J TRAOARDH. my7-2in*r Hirsimns Louir Dock, New Jersey. rpHE ANCIENT AND WONDERFUL KMUKv. OF i CHINA?Described, Illustrated and Familiarized.?H. MA.lllNk'O have jnst received from London a miguifirent illusiraled work on China, which they intend to issue in monthly parts, with all the aids of ergrasing and | nnting combined, to prr?en'a beaut till aud instructive "ccount o* that as finishing and interesting cmntry. The antiquity, th* giandear, and the exclusive character of the iokliltsti ins of China, r> oiler inch an arc unt at he present time, l ecnliarly appropriate an desirable, considering the interest which is now fe t lu the United Stites, in connection with tl e f-ct of oar e m unreal operations being so mnch eilrnd d with that singular and woi derfal n?iion. The wi rk wi I ne 'ssned in nnmbers containing three steel engraviigs in each. Pr,~e 60 cents ?. MAHTIN fa CO , my7-lm*r 26 /ohnsir-et. TO BOOT-MAKERS. O. MORG HAH REMOVED from 112 to lis Leonard street, where he coii'inues to cat Kit. On hand ready cm kit, French and Bn?Wi. ml lm*ec A. THOMPSON'S BLACKING WAREHOUSE, No. 2 Cotsi tluni/t street. A THOMSON respectfully ii.firms the merchants of this city and the public in general, that he still cotfinties to manufacture Ins illimitable Taste Blacking. bein.! 'he sole inventor s>id mannficmrer. This hlackiug is known through the world, and particularly the Coned States, as L'e and Thomson's Paste Blacking. A. Thomson would farther inform h<s friends that he has made ea'eusiye improvemeats in his old inai nfactunng establishment, which enables him to snpplv them with any quantity and st redsced prices Beware of interlopers. Steam is a m idem application, and is sometimes resorted to wuhnni much benefit. A Jhomsonljis never admitted steam in any shape to enter his muiufactory? hn workmen are not likely to make eiWOMIST it ran be depended upon at genuine. A. THOM80 V, late Lee fc Thornton, formerly 185 Broadway, low 2 Cnartiaudt ttreet, near Broadway. I\1anufactnrera'agents lor the Wathingrnn Friction Matchet, Kim peri and otheri tnpphcd on reasonable teimt, by rate or ingle gmta a26 lm*m A BEAUTIFUL HEAD OF HA IK. TO 1>E HAD FOR THREE SHIELINGS.?READ, THEN JUDGE REAPER, if we prove an article o be pood, will yon bilieve it ? I aeemtlhat you have been nnmbuggrd io oftrn, that if an ai tiele it even proved to De food, yon woih try it. .Now read. Theae are t..e real anil potitive qualities of an articl* whoae piice will prove it no n?t mm. Jonrt' l^oral Hair I'Mtamiin will geueral y imp'ove and beanilfy the l air. It will force the hair to grow on ; he bea I, fact and bn. dy, or a'iv rart w he-e na n e intend d hair to irrow, by makiut i he tea i> h-althy It tiaya the hair fal'iag off, tnd thomughly ciiret all acnil and dn d off Another ol ita properties it .o make the hair itrow natura>lv dark and beautiful. Jonrt' < oral I la ir Ilea mativr it told at the sign of the Amerciti Kanle 8' Inthim street New Vork. Ag'nls?Ze her. Third and Dock atreet, Philadelphia, and neat to the Americin Hotel, Washington, D ; 8 ? ate arrcet, Post >n ; Cli velsud km it aire-1, Charleston, 8. 0. ; 57 Sra'e street. Alba y ; Mitchell, Noiwicn, tlhrnango, N. If. ; Msrtin, barber, C'atakill, N. Y.; and I'M Kultoii atreet, Uroot I \ n. "5 tut* HAVANA ne.UAKS. BM. PICAiilA. No. 4? Liberty at ret, naar Naaaan,offer . foraa'e thy following >? Ifln.cno La Norma Hevart, lit quality, yery anperior. 30.UIIO Diana do do do 2i HOD Kavorita do do do 4i,o u t'uelta IJaarra, very old, and do 40,000 Kaperanza do do '.0 "on Regalia, Llama, and Honours, do do. The wiiole antitled to debeuturv, and in lota to auit rnrhaaera tnH I" r Q PAN IBB i)OIJBL,UON8 and American Uola tnrsalest LA the lowral market ratei by 8. J. 8YLVE8TKR, m(<tr 22 Wall ttraet and 1)0 Bio.dway, IERA Baltimore. ( Correspondence ot the Herald.] Baltimore, May 5,1843. A Tyler Meeting?llvmnrou* Ifescriplion thereof. Dear Bennett:? Thinking that an account of the Tyler meeting, held last evening at Vauxhall Oardena in this city, might not prove uninteresting to you, I have taken the liberty of sending you a short detail of the proceedings thereof. Actuated by curiosity, and having nothing else to do, I bent my step* towards the place designated by the Tyler organ, as the scene where this grand and perfect anomaly?a Tyler meeting?was to "come oil " In consequence of the lateness of the hour at which I started, and from the immense previous exertions made by those interested, I had utterly despaired of gaining admittance, much less a seat. Impelled, however, by curiosity, which you well know will induce a man to attempt seeming impossibilities. I trudged on, and arrived about half past 8 o'clock at the appointed spot. linacine. if vou can, my surprise and astonish ment ut beholding a concourse of some half dozen persons, of all sorts and sizes, with the most intense uuxiety strongly depicted on their expectant and unshaven visages. In vain ihey whispered, and in vain they waited?'twas waking " spirits from the vasty deep." By dint, however, of running and sending about in every direction, about 9 o'clock they had hauled in an audience o( some forty or fifty persons. There were "blackspirits and white, blue spirits arid grey." " Beasts tame anil savage to thn river's brink, Came from the fields and wild abodes?to drink.'' There was a iierfect conglomeration of nil sorts, sizes and conditions of men?Iroin the fat ajid pursy office-holder, down to the lean, hull-starved and cadaverous looking office-seeker, to say nothing of the bar-room loafers, who were there in force. Here was a mixture ol men, who, bat a few short months since, were politically at daggers' points, and apparently aa opposite as the Antipodes; bu now, actuated by that all-engrossing tie, the com nNUlity of interests, they wheel round, rush to eacl other's arms, and hug one another in a long ant fraternal embrace. Amongst those present we no ticed Sam. McClellan, (Navy agent) Lungley B Culley, (contractor to build it brig ol war at thi: port,) Major Dulaney, (a United States officer,) am some others, all " ran apparent nantes, in gurgit, va sto." About nine o'clock, the meeting was called' u order by Mr. Culley, on whose motion, W. T Rioe, (now making the blocks lor the^ brig li uild ing) wus appointed chairman, Robert Griffith, (at office-holder,) and Thomas Kendall, (an anpl icun' for any office that Mr. Tyler will give him, nu t recently made aconductor on the Baltimore itn^i Ohic Railroad, and tormerly a democrat of the " eubter ranean order,") were designated as secretaries Thus was this important meeting organized ; and think that under their guidance the re-elt?ction o Mr. Tyler is reduced to a moral certainty, lor " Of such spiiits are they who his protection claim, Most watchful sprites ! " Well, after the officers had duly enscoticed them selves in their seats, the secretaries nibbed thei goose quills, and assumed that dignified attitude, be fitting their high and exalted station, a committei wa-q on motion, appointed to draft a series of reso lutions, explanatory of the opinions of the meeting whereupon the chair appointed L B. Culley, (con tractor,) J. E. Tilden, (an applicant lor office, anc strenuously opposed to paving foreign and domestii debts,) 11. Griffith, (an office-holder,) and Mi'.sers Kirk and Slade, to constitute said committee. Tin committee retired, and after an absence of a lev minutes, returned with a long preamble and fierie of resolutions, (of course already cut and dried, the substnnce of which was, a string of dsniuicia tions against Clay?opposition to a protective t^rillcondemning the policy of paying debts to foreig bond holders, and sanctioning and applauding th veto, and all other actH of Mr. Tylcr^ (past, presen and, of course, to come,) and pledging themselve to support him if nominated by a democratic con vention. Here are somersets for you, friend Bennett, o I ererjr no<able description?whin riitinriti. ooa ' servatives, all impelled by one aole rule of action throwing themselves into Mr. Tyler's arms. T!i< question on the above resolutions being taken, the nays most decidedly had the majority; but they, ol course were not .card, and they were declared tc be unanimously rned Alter which a motion wai made to adjourn sine die. This was unanimously carried, and the meeting adjourned. Thus, you perceive, friend Bpnnett, a stTikini illustration of that spirit so characteristic of freemen that no matter how opposite their opinions may have been, vet wheu the good of their country is concerned, can unite and support any doctrine that will tend toils advantage?lor the interest ol the country is of course identified with theirs. Maxwell. Philadelphia. [Correfpoailence of the Herald.] Philadelphia, May 6, 1843. Mitt Cushman as Romeo; great success?Welch and his Olympiads?iMcal News. My Dear Sir-.? A great sensation has been made in the theatrical world bv Miss Cushman's personation of Romeo, last evenisg, and the critics are in raptures at the whole success of the performance as enacted by the famous Walnut street company. The Park, in itt most palmy days, never beheld so complete a tri utnph as greeted the walls of the Old Walnut las evening. Miss Cushman surpassed even the highly raised expectations of her numerous friends by her consummate tact and ability in the "gentleliomeo," while the fair Juliet, the more than woman, found a most able representative in Miss Alexina Fisher, a lady destined at no distant period to shine most brightly among the stars ol the theatrical firmament Never in my life did I see the piece better performed with one single exception; the gay and gallant Mercutio, was not in one line, look, or gesture the Mercutio of Hhakspeare; bur we got clear of him in the third act, and the piece progr ssed most admirably. The Walnut, having succeeded in shutting up the Chesnut, is now the most fashionable place of resort in Philadelphia, and is nightly crowded to witness the srtistical efforts of the meritorious cunipaI nvWelch with his olympiads commences for seven nights, this evening, previous to his departure for I PWino Wlmthpf nt P.liinu Pdtnffnnifi nr nn i\\si tup of the Rocky Mountains, we are sure that he will be hailed as a good fellow ; success to him. Local news is scarce. With the exception of t suicide or two, imputed (whether properly or not; to Millerite expansion, 1 know of nothing to inte rest your readers or yourself, and close by wish mi the Herald in the hands of every rnun, woman, o child, who refuses to understand the signs of th< times, whether political, Milleritical or theatrical. Yours, <tec. Pmr.Apm.PHiA. Note.?Will our correspondent send his commu nications to our agent's office, (Zeiber,) before five o'clock in the afternoon f Later from Mexico?Ryan arrival at New Orleans, we have received the following intelligence from Mexico: Oapt O'Phelan and the two Riddles, taken at San Antonio last fall, but released lately to the Mritish Minister, came passenger in the Cnattahoochie, at New Orleans. It was reported that suclfof the Mier prisoners as had been retaken and not shot, had arrived at Queretaro tin the road to thecity ofMexico. The schr. Wm Penn arrived at Vera Cruz from Lerian on the 9th instant with important despatches for the Mexican government- The nature of these despatches could not be ascertained A project for another new constitution has been started by Santa Anna, who has recovered from his illness, and was about moving out to Taculaya for the benefit of his health. He had offered Gen. Paredes a seat in the "Junta de Notables," but the latter refused in a spirited manner Gen. P. is one of the most influential and dangerous men Santa Anna haa todenl with. The finances ofMexico are in the most deplorable state under the present government, and 8anta Anna is pretty much in the situation of the soldier who "spent hall a crown out of h sixpence a day." tleisrakinft and scraping all the money he ran, from every source, but still the expenses exceed the income in the proportion of #5 to $3 Nothing is said of the propositions of Santa Anna totheTexans. His only object in sending these propositions was doubtless to create divisions in that country, or in other words to break up the peop'c into two parties. It muy be recollected that these propositions \ver? pent to the inhabitants ol Texas? not to the goveri ment. One of the mo; important movements of the Mexican governmen1 I lite is an order to permit the introduction of fv sign cotton, to some considerable amount, into the country, said cotton to pay a duty of #6 per quintal.?Picaywn*. ? LD. Prlw Two C?nl>< | MAPrnr on Dickins.?The Rev. Mr. Maffit kw been delivering a lecture on Dickena, in Rostos. la is aaitl to have been good. We sh<>ul<l like to m* at. Here ia a brief account from the " Ronton Democrat:"? Lecture on Dickens.?Mr. Maffitt's lecture, last evening at the Odeun was well attended, and aa a whole waa a performance of great merit. It waa a written discourse, and delivered with less vehemence than usually characterizes hia manner when speaking extemporaneously. Indeed hi* readings, with the exception perhaps of the clone, which appeared a little turbid, seemed to ua faultless. There was a quiet simplicity, a polished elocution, which varied itself to every pnaais of sentiment, and gars mimiiahle beauty to his argument and the vivid creations of Instancy. He commeuced by speaking of tha diversity of manners and customs among nations, which wss as necessary in the -rent economy of society, and as essential to the proportion and beauty of tho i whole, as was variety in paintings, or other works oi art. Without it there was an end lass saansarah, and all countries would appear alike. A travsilsr from the new world of the west visiting ths casters continent, would naturally expect to find ia Englasd France, Germany, &c , the. peculiar charasterisiiss which serve to render each natioa a diatiaot yeepl*. Absurd would it be for him to not* dowa these pwcu tarities and comment oil them to the prajudiee of any particular country, or try them by the never varying standard of all English tourists?Old England. John Hull, with all due deference be it said, was i not a standard lor every bodv, though entitled to hia just consideration. Mr. Maffitt here alluded to the unfairness of certain tourists, and to the jaundiced eye, with which they look upon every thing Amsrirum u/ltinh rlnpa nnf utiilurp vritli ihp stan/lsr/f *f English excellence and siqieriority. While justice wu done in tbfl premises, the extravagances and flippancies of this gentry were spoken of in a styl? ot biting sarcasm and irony. Tne Fullers and Trollopes, and Dickens himself^ were roasted after th? most approved fashion of doing such things. He took up the various charges of tourists against thiscountry, and replied to them in detail, and with much force. His defence of the jiress was particularly eloquent and able. It was decidedly one of the best efforts to whieh we have listened in this present era of lecturer and addresses; we only giv? the opinion of the whole audience, whose approval was sensibly manifested. J. G. Bennett Sir? The concluding six lines in your money article of May 6, read as follows:?" The whole system of selling goods in this city tor notes at 6, 12 and 18 months, payable at litile ricketty banks all over the face of the country, is wrong. The di-count of these bills wiin the endorsement of the seller here, has been a fruitful cause of all the evils that have overtaken the country and the banks." Now, I coaI ceive that in these six lines you have made a bold f statement that many merchants will not be willing to admit the truth of. It certainly has been for a long time considered by our best merchants as oa? of the surest and easiest modes to ensure the payment of country hills at maturity Many country r merchants will sny on the day his six month's par cimm-n ucuimiic uur, t can pity unit account ib in* , course of three weeks, and the New Yorker will ' Imve to watt until that time." When if that account nad tieen put into a note payable at a bank ia his neighborhood, he. would pay it when due rather I than have it protested, and perhaps thereby prevent the failure of a New York merchant, and establish more regularity in mercantile transactions You ' may be right lu your position ; at any rate, 1 should ' like to see. your reasons in print; and 1 have no doubt many others would. Ststem. ) Mr. Editor l" I ant pleased with your article touching the stock loans, and the large expenses in carrying on bankn ing. 1 will call your attention to the Mechanics' e Bank, whose capital stock has been reduced j*vea dollars per share of twenty-five dollars. This has M been donp to enable the directors to pay the cashier l* a salary of #4,500 per annum, their president in pror portion ' These enormous salaries in times ?f great depression should be reduced; #8000 lor a cashier would J be even a larger salary tlian their business would warrant. Do you know that in the late election the proxv power decapitated three ol the best of the 1 board?Ire land, Baker, and the extensive Stewart, P of fancy goeils, in Broadway! and do you know j why 1 I will tell you. Because they, on one occasion, acted without combining with the cashier and pn Btdent; this matter should be probed by you, ; who are independent. Stockholder. i FURNISHING STORKS, I 15 Maiden lane, and (340 lit eadvay Jh 1. COX hare just opened a new assortment of Hoesn Furnishing Goods, consisting of girandoles, and Umia ia great variety; Sheffield aud Birmingham plated ware, eastort. brioches, urna, waiters. tea net*, eaudlealiekj, sunfTrm ana '.rav, toast racks, nutcrackers, kr. Itc. Table cutlery in sets, or by the dozen; also, pen and poekea anirra, rlzora, he ; hall lanterns, tlazcd with plain, plate, eel, or stained glass, at very rrduced prices; maatalelock* ia areat variety, jaiwmied tea tray,, bread haskefa, knits trays, aptaa b'liei, ke He ; Dixon k Son', Mhefli-ld, Briiaunia tea seta and t ilf r urns, O tllvrr spoons, lorkt, ladles, batter kniesa, k<\; block tin ilisb covers, coffee urns, and sicak dishes, pa lished steel fire iroas. U< IIS ware, wines, champutiles, tumblers, decanter*, lemonades, ini-rnr dnbes Inr preserves, water bo ties, crlevy bowls, ratchets, tee. Hilser Ware, always on hand or made toordsi. Tea, desseit. and tnhle spoona. forks ladles, batter kmras, taa seta, coffee po:s, pitchers, childreus' cuiw, kr. The improved Patent Molar l.srnp, of English aud Amrricau manofactura. Census fnrutaliisssc are reapecifolly invited to call. I ai7 tin eod*c 1 NEW FURNISHING STORE* TXTHERK the subsctiber is unw opening fresh Paria and Lea. vV dou (ioods ol rhe latest st> Is aurl beat rjuali y, aousrstMH in part of I :ravats, Sea <s, plain aud arabroidsred, Blaeha aast ' Stock Ties, Gloves. Hosiery, Drawers and Slnrta, Biases, Liuen and Milk Haiiuaerehiefs. Ready Made Liaen. ke., ke.. aud such other articles as are reomred far grntleraraa wardrobe, ar Ver at hsine ur while travelling, at I cHArrBfra h9 Irn'r Wo m Bcoedw^t pOLLECTIObS on a'l parts of the Unued lltui, mad? S VV ihe most favorable trims. Unrnrreut money of all kiudsrarchaaed at Ihe loweM meahel rates by _ 8. J. S V L. VKSTE *, m6 6 r 22 Wall street and ISO Broadway. TOOLS-TOOLS?TOOLS. ALBERTSON'S, Coug?r'*, Hortou'aand Gtu.;rd'? wgrmw* ed (Jul Steel Cooper*. Carpenters *ud Ship CuWik? Edge Tools, can be had at wholesale and retail,or OB ft OK If Si LITTLE, II En I ton street, New V ork, (II per tent allowed lo merchant*) and who keep on nand a rail aaaorwaeat of Cooper*' Tool*, Iron Kieet*, Truaa Hoop*, Stare Jointer*, H'ock Howell* Mid Creres. Alao, Im[porter* and General Dealer* in Eruiliah, German and American Hard wart, Caller*. Nail*, he. he. CHARLES OS BORN. I f lllmer* CHARLES S. LITTLE. LEECHES?LEE?;nts?LEE! HKS?J*ai reeeired trem Hamburg, per hark Howard, in 28 data p?*?**e.a Ttrv in* lot o( Swee.'nh Leer h*?, eerv large anil hea'ib*. ?#ri *d? at 7 per bundled, by JOHN ALLAlOLD. 106 Bowery, anlby JOHN LYME, corner of Fulton and Water itreets. I m2 6t*r ) <t1^nO " CEVEN PER CENT?A one ito.y fram* plOV/VJ H n?e and Lot 22 hy i00, situate on G'>ud atreet, in th f :i (age of Williamshu'gh, for ?ale cneap. The parehir ' ?ri realiae rl< era per cent < n (he amount inteaieo. $MO r can rem in en mortgage for fonr yea'*, the balance to be pud within one t ear in rain?Iille perfect. The lonaiion i? one at the heat in th* tillage fo* bnnnraa. nod la do* nccapitd * lw* alorra and dwelling*, by two familiea?a brick wall ditidaa lb# a'orea and dwelling*, rhe root is entered with ihe beat of tin; ihcr la a well arranged yard, rood pimp in a brick m tern, wed cemented. The bml I'ng is eoan|io*ed of ih best kinder m-tenala. and wa? bnilt by good workmen For mrnralan enquire of W. O. SHAW, m3 Jieod'm 121 Fallon at. N. Y. PAPER. PER8SE ft BROOKS, No.81 Li>-rty *treeliftnT? lor w * the Icllowing? too teams new* pnntiry 13 by 90 an ' " n by a 130 " " " ? by ? 300 " " " 36 hy 37 *10 " " 31 by It 236 " " " 24 by 36 S3o " " " 12 by 3t 300 " " " 31 by 31 Also, book paper, 11 by 24 , 24 by 28, and 24 by 38. They hate alao a large assortment of writing and'wrapping paper, of different aitei and realities, which they offer at the owest market price*. mice t'"V a r v air i m I_v..n*<... r face ami akin, anch ?( ptmnlca. blotehea, taa, tettei.rmg worm ; al?o freckle* can ha apeedtlT eradicated by the a?a .? r Chnr*h'a Vegetable Lotion, which hu been in eitenai*e n # in (he United Statea and ill Knrope, and 11 admitted id he the beat roametic in oae Tor clearing and eetnb'iah>ijg a brilliant ermpleiion. Sold at wholeaale or retail at Chnrch'a Dtapenaary, IM Bowery, corner of Spring atreat. Price Hee^ae pel battle. a? la*oa<e DRS CASTLE & EDWARDS, AURISTB, QQ1 BROADWAY.?Kitrael? OO A "1 c.e.ilullr coint I v with tha reijaeat of Oient Ite Intoah to teatify that no waa inralidc I home, aa nnnr for duty, in consequence of total deafneaa aod diacharg a front ma earn: that while *n New York, on h a way to Knglan.i, he played himaelf nnder tiie profeaaional care or On. ^ut.e i,dwatdt, Aurinta. Under their treatm-h? h? recorered bia hear ""'sfgned" r,""Urd Mc'nKYEN. M. D. ' Purgenn to H B M Force*. Jamaiea. ACOUSTIC PROPS, A ante rnre for incipient daa'neea, earache, peine, bnatinga, orainging aounda in the ear*, collection* of hard waa or vitiated acretiona of the organa. Their Aconatic Oil haa been a ponntar remedr aa a enratire in all dlaeaaea of the earn for apwardn f twenty yeara. Office* removed to Ml Broadway, corner o White ?^_ _ aTi tm?r C~7) \TIIV Dk.kLKRS are inviredt rail at ihewreatrne (liriin tinl Perfnmery Warehonae, JJ7 Broadway, where ihey ean ilwiva find, wholeaale and retail, erery popular me dtcine, and the rieheat Perfumery in the country All o den promptly eieenfrd and neatly packed (or any diatance t'all tnd make a arlection. iM eodfw'r BLKAt' HIN O PO WI)f'.R?130 caaka Beyaa <n enor Bl.aefi mg Pow ler, lauding Iroiathip Agt'aror, for "ale by PER89K * BKOiin, m T iter No. ?l Liberty at.

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