Newspaper of The New York Herald, March 2, 1844, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated March 2, 1844 Page 1
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\ \ 1 IT " Jtl . Vol. X,, Ho. 8?.Whol? Ho. 3031. To tike Public. THE NEW YORK HERALD?daily newipaper?published every day of the year except New Year'e day and Fourth of July. Price 3 centa per copy?or $7 36 per annum?do ?t jure. paid?caeh in advance. . THE WEEKLY HERALD? published every Saturday morning?price 6^ cent* per copy, or 13 per annum postages paid, cash in a trance. .... < ADVERTISERS are informed that the circulation of the Herald i* over THIRTY THOUSAND, and increasing last. /I fiat the largeit circulation of am paper in tjut eity, or the world, a ml ie, therefore, the best chmnnel for business men in the city or country. Prioes moderate cash in advance. PlllNTINO of all kinds executed at the most moderate priee, and in the most elegant style. JAMES GORDON BENNETT, raoraiiToa op thk Hkiald Establishment, \Jap,kur.iat rorner of Eulton and Nassau streets. NEW JERSEY RAILROAD AND ,TRANSPORTATION COMPANY NEW tUtnfltMKFIT, COMHIMCINO OCT. 1<TH .1143. mm ^VTl FARE REDUCED TO TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. From the foot of Courtlamlt street, New York. (Every day?Sundays excepted.) Leaves New York. Leaves Newark. A/ I A.M. At 2 P.M. At Oi A.M. At ljf P. M. 9 do. I do. f do. 4 do. 11 do. 4 do. 9 do. 6 do. 5 do. 10M do. 9V do. 7 do. IN SUNDAYS. Leave* New' jrk. Leaves Newark. At 9 A. M. and 4W P. M. At 1* P. M. and P. M. The cars of the Morris and Essex Railroad for Orange, Millville, Summit, Chatham, Madison, and Morristown, run through from Jersey City without change, and conuect with 9 A. M. and 3 P. M trains from New York. NEW YORK AND ELIZABETH TOWN. Leaves New York. Leaves Elizabeth Town At A. M. At 9 P. M. At 7 A. M. S? P. M. 9 do. I do. 7X do. 5 do. U do. S do. 8M do. 9M do. 7 do. 10 do. - . 1 PM The train* for Westfield, Plainfteld, Rouudbrook, Somer villa, 8tc., connect with the 9 A. M., and 4){ P. M. ; trains from New York daily, Sundays excepted. Fare between New York ana Elisabeth Town 25 cents. Fare between do. and Semerville, 75 cents. NEW YORK AND KAHWAY Leaves New York. Leaves Rah way. At A. M At 2 P.M. At GX A.M. At 3 P.M. 9 do. 3 do. 7 d?. 4k do. II dO. 5 do. 9 do. 9 do. 7 do. 9>? do. NEW YORK AND NEW BRUf&WICK. From foot of Conrtlandt street. New York, daily Leaves New York. Leaves New Bruuswiek. At 9 A. M. At 3 P. M. At 6 A. M. At 12 M. 5 do. 7K do. 8M P. M. ON SUNDAYS: Leaves New York Leaves New Brunswick. At 9 A. M. and 4XP. M. At 12 A M., and 8>4 P. M. Far*, except in the Philadelphia trains, between New York a.ri XT..,., llpiisiituriolr AA Ooula Between New York and Rahway, 26 cent* Newark, Elizahethtuwn, Railway, and New Brunswick passengers who procure their tickets at the ticket office, re ceiva a ferry ticket gratia. Tickets are received by the con doctor oely on the day when purchased The commutation fare between New York irnd Rahway and intermediate places, has been reduced (including ferry) to (60 per year ; between New Brunswick and New York (75 per ve&r. u!9 3in FATEKSON RAILROAD. from Paterson to Jersey City. On and after Monday, Oct. 2d, IMS, the cars will leave Fatkriow Darcr. Lcavn New York. S A. M. A.M. 'iVW "P ,?mThe Bunday Trains will be discontinued until further noice. Transportation cars leave daily (Sunday* encepted.) Tassea J;ers are advised to be at the ferry, foot of Couruandt street, a ew minutes before theetatrd hour of departure Jyl9 6m* NEW *OKK AND PHILADELPHIA KA .(UAifblMK DIRECT, (Fox Nxwaxn, NcwiiRuntwicK.raiifcrroR, TxxnTon, Borvcwtowiv Ann Burlinhton. BBPWfciifflr THROUGH IN BIX HOURS. Rear tag New V ork daily fror.i the loot of Courtlandt at. Morning Line at B A. M.?Mail Pilot Line at P. M. The Morning Line proceeds to Bordentown, from thence by Steamboat to Philadelphia. The Evening Liue proceeds direct to Camdea (opposite to Philadelphia) without change of cart. Passengers will procura their tickets at the office foot of Courtlandt street, where a commodious steamboat, will ba in readiness, with baggage crauw on board. Philadelphia baggage crates are conveyed from city to ci(y, wibout being opened by the way Each train it provided with a car in which are apartments and dreasing roemt ex^ytaaly for the ladies' use. Returning, the lines leave Philadelphia from the foot of Walnut street, bv steamboat to Bo.'deutown el 7 o clock, A. M. aMt by railroad (rota Camdea, at 6 o'clock, P. M. The lines for Baltimore leave Philadelphia at 1% A. M., and 6 r. M. being a eontruuatien of thelioes from New York jfl 3m*m ME it YORK HARLEM RAIL ROAD CO. SPRING ARRANGEMENTS. eattfa JMte m&A 111 order to a< ci.inuiouaie die public ge trail,, nud tar dents of Vorkvilir, H. rlem and Westchester County pa. " lai ly, the Comi any will run their Cart, on and after Marc" 1814, in the fi Lowing order l e.v. ru.ii r?, r U..I..,, r?. ilarlsin&VV'br'dsi'. Citv hall for City H-U. 6 10 A. M. 7 40 A. M. 7 20 A. M. 7 00 8 40 8 20 ? 00 10 60 10 30 II 30 1 20 P. M. I 00 P. M. 2 00 T. M. 3 40 3 20 3 00 4 40 4 20 4 00 5 44 S 20 5 30 7 20 7 00 On Monday, if ibe weather i> fine the train cas will run every hoar. The City Hill and street line will run as follows:?''ram 7 A. M a?ery ten minutes t rouchout ih<- div nutil 7 30 P. M. Tna Kitra Night Lir e will run us lollows Leave City Hali for 27th street, 8. 8 30, 9.4 30, 10, 10 30, 11, 11 30 and 12. Leaye 27th strtet for City Hall, 7 30, ?, 8 30, 9, 9 30, 10, 10 30, 11 and II 30. Persons wishing to commote, will find it their intere.t to do so, as the fare in such cases will be reduced Please apply at their office, Mo. 4 Tryou Row, comer of Centre street opposite the Park. WM. S. CARMAN, f 27 2w*re Secretary. BOSTON BUSINESS EXPRESS AND FOREIGN LETTER OFFICE. THK subscribers hare made arrangements to tun au Kspiers. via Stoiiinat,,,,, to Uo.tou, lo. the transaction ol business, anil the ttanaimrtati n of .^^KSHSLa'nall Pack >ges, Bank Motes,, at ona HAI.I Till, IOSMI.R RA T119 One ol the fi tn - ii receive such orders as may be entrusted lo hie , deli-er ihem hi SsMlM in persou, and muns the answers as soon as the boats i nre in New Yok. Foreign Letters orwaided by the Canard Steamers from Bos ton Letters can be pre-paid at tliia office, for any pert of Oreat Britain or the Continent. PAKKOTT fc CO. 2# Wall atreet. New York. ft lm'rrc Boston, 10 Cnngieaa atreet v DAILY EXPRESS_ ^s THE snbseribers run their Kiprets regularly, . /n a every day,via Housatoaic Railroad. (Sundays esmdMOt cepted.) to and from New York, Albany and Bufalo, and the intermediate places, for the trsnspor* tat ion of specie, bank notes, bundles and packages ol gvods, lor collecting bills, notes, drafts and accouuta, with despatch. From this city at 6 o'clock, A. M. arriving in Albany the tame evening, in advance of the United States Mail. ft lmrrc POMEROY k CO 2 Wall street. r "HAt-TAi.'M LSI. A. ANir, IS1S-. .on ke.?Persons about remittiug money to their trienda in tne Uld Country cad be (applied ??4|S|UMUB with drafta in sums ol XI, ?2, ?3, ?3, ?W, ?1000 or any amount, payable on demand, without discount, or any other charge, at the NaiionalBauk of Ireland.Provincial 15 k do, Mesira Ja'a Bait, Mo" t Co., Bankera, Loudon; J. Barnrd St Co., R'.xchange and liiacount Bank, Liverpool; Eastern Bank or Scotland; Creenoca Banking Company; Sir Wm. Forbes, Hunter k Co., Scotland; and the brauchra in every poet town throughout Kuglaud, Irebud, Scotland and Walea, which dralta will be forwarded by either of the packaU of the 18th, Slat, aid 28th, or the (learner Caledonia (ailing from Boateu on the let ol March. Apply to W.fc J.T. TAPMCOTT, At their general paaaage office, 43 Peck dip, felire corner of Sooth afreet. ^ta jm STATKN ISLAND ^ ?Bt"W KERRY. * "Sawy On and alter ToeeiLy, Kebraarv 27th, lite fioau will leave at followa, until furtl er notice Ltm>* Slalen bland. Leave New York. At lb A. M. At ? A. \l. 1# ' If 2 P.M. Jg P. M. fe29re KOll NKW OHLCANS. LOUI8IANNA ANDNKW YORK LINE OF PACKKTS M. & M. ~ToTtfc better accommodation of (hipperaril it ngended to despatch a (hip from thru port on the lit, 5th, 10th, 15th, 20th, and 25th of each month, commetKgag the 10th October and continuing until May, when regular daya will be appointed for the remainder of the year, whereby great delays and disappoint menu will be prevented dnriug trie dimmer montha The fol lowing ahipj will commeuce this arrangement: gh.p YA^OO, Captain Cornell. Ship OCONhk, Captain Jnckaoia gh|P^X?SU$.l^fC<bptain Hilliard. Ship LOUISVILLR.. Captain Hunt. " 2hlP ' Captain Miner. St'P is,L^,n Latham. i!!'p nFlKn?(lire i< Captain Mumford. ?htP PCMULOLIC^ Captain Leavitt. gj*?p NABHYILLL, Captain Dickinaou, 8hi|> MkM 1 ? 18. f Aptaiu Knicht. Ship LOUISA, CapUin Mnlford. Theae ships were al built in the city of New Yark, expreaa|y for packeU, are of light draft of water, have recently been newly coppered and put in splendid order, with accommndatioua for imaaengera niie.|ualled for comfort. They are commanded by experienced naaatera, who will make every exertion to give general satisfaction. They will ?t all tiinea be towed up and down the Miaaiaaippi by ateamboau. Neither the owner; or captaina of theae ahipa will he reaponaible for jewelry, bullion, precioueatonea.ailver or plated ware or for any letters, parcel or package, ,ent hy or nut on board of them, unleaa regular billa of lading are taken for the aame and the value thereon expreaaed. Far Civnfir or paaaage, appl-j *wn'oVtSu t o" h CO., 58 South at., or HULLIN fc YVOOORUfrK. Agent in New Orleans.who will promptly forward all goods to their addren The shipsi of thu line are warranted to ml punctually aa ad vertiaed. and gnat earn wiH be taken to haye the gooda correet |y measured. B4 E NE NI OLD LINE LIVERPOOL PACKETS. Ml m. M. m. fnt ttLD LINK of Packets for Liverpool will herewUrMM A despatched in the followingorder, excepting that whrn the sailing day fall* on Suuday, the ships will uil on the succeed K'suasnxw. ""i?.*:.""'! "-tars 860_ J Oct. I Nor. 16 . W- C. Barstow, (keb. ! Mar. 16 : The ENGLAND, (Jane 16 Aug. 1 740 tool, I Oct. 16 Dec. 1 _, S. Bartlett, f Feb. 16 April I The OXFORD, (July I Aug. 16 600 tons, < Nor, 1 Dec. 16 _, J. Ralhbone, f March 1 April 16 The MONTEXL MA, (July 16 Sept. 1 1000 tons, < Nor. 16 Jan. 1 _ A. B. Lowber, f March 16 May 1 Ihe EUROPE, Aug. I Sept. 16 618 tons, < Dec. 1 Jan. 16 E. O. I1 nrber, April I Mar 16 The NEW YORK, (new) {Aug. 16 Oct l 940 tons, < Dec. 16 Feb. 1 T. H. Cropper, f April 16 June 1 The COLUMBUS. (Sept. | <>t 16 700 tons. < Jan. 1 Feb. 16 O. A. Cole, May 1 June 16 The YORKSHIRE,(new) \ Be,a. 16 Nor. 1 1040 tons. < Jan. 16 Mar. I .. D. (J. Bailey, May 16 July 1 lihese ships are not surpassed in point of elegance or comfort in thuir cabin accommodations, or in their fast sailing qualities by any vessels in the trade. The commanders are well known as men of character and experience, and the strictest itleutiou will always be paid to promote the comfort and convenience of isisseugers. Punctuality, as regards Die day of sailing, will be observed as heretofore. The price of passage outward is uow filed at Seventy-Fire sonars, lor ?men ample siorea OI every description will no provided, with the exception of wines and liquors, which will be furnished by the stewards, if required. Neither th captain or owner* ol these ships will be responsible. for any letters, parcels, or packages sent by theui unless regular bills of lading are signed therefor. For freight or passage, apply to GOODHUE k CO, 84 South st. C, H. MARSHALL. 38 Burling slip. N. Y. 129tf and of BAKING. BROTHERS lit CO.. LV>ol. NI.W LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS. To sail iroiu New York on the 26th and Lirerpool on the lllk ui nacn month. ML ML ML ML mSt Mm. prom New York. 8hip ROSCIU8, Captain John Collins, 28th March. Ship 8IDD0N S, Captain E. B. Cobb, 26ih April. Ship SHERIDAN, Captain K. A. Depeyster, 2Gth May. Ship GAKR1CK, Cajpt. B. I. H. TrasV, 26lli June. From Litereool. Ship SHERIDAN, Captain A. Depeyster, Uth March. Ship GAKKICK, Captain B. I. H. Trash, 11th April. Ship ROSCIUS, Captain John Collins, 11th May. Ship 8IDDON8, Captain E. B. Cobb, Uth Jane. These ships are all of the first class, upwards of 1000 tons, built in the city New Yoik, with such improremeats as combine great speed with unusual Comfort for i>asseiigurt. Every care has been taken in the arrangement of their accommodations. The price of passage hence is $100, lor which amule stores will be provided These ships are commanded by experienced masters, who wul make every exertion to give gene rat satisfaction. Neither the captains or owners of the ships will be responsible for any letters, parcels or packages sent by them, nuless regular vu''-af lading are signed therefer For freight or passage app'y to lE. K. COLLINS fit CO.. 58 South st.. New York, or to BP yVVN. SHIPLEY St CO., Liverpool. Letters by the pad ;ts will be charged 12)4 cents per singlr sheet ; SO cents per ounce, and newspapers 1 cent each. 1*3 rrt PASSAGE FROM GREATBRITA1N AND IRKLANij m. m. m. m BYTHE BLACITBALL (tTOCT LINFUJF* LIVERPOOL PACKETS. [Sailing from Liverpool on the 7th and 13th of every mouth.. Persons wishing to send to the Old Country for their friend* can make the necessary arrangements with the subscribers, and have them come out in this superior Line of Packets, Sailing from Liverpool punctually on the 7th and 19th of every mouth They will also nave a first rate class of American trading ships tailing every six days, thereby atfording weekly cummmiica tion lrom that imrt. Oue of tne firm (Mr. James D. Roche) ii there, to see that they shall be forwarded with care and des patch. Should the parties agreed for not come out, the money wili be returned to those who paid it here, without any reduc tion. The Black Ball, or Old Line of Liverpool Packets, comprise the following magnificent Ships, vix :? The OXFORD, The NEW YORK, CAMBRIDGE, COLUMBUS, EUROPE SOUTH AMERICA. ENGLAND NORTH AMERICA. With such superior and unequalled arrangements, the sub scriburs confidently look forward for a continuance of that supwirt which lias been esteuded to them so many years, for which they are grateful. Those proceeding, or remitting money to their relstivee, car tt all times obtain Drafti at sight for any amount, drawn on the Royal Bank of Ireland, Dublin, also on Meeers. PRESCOTT, GROTE, AMES St CO. ... .... .. Bankers, London, which will be Paid on demand at auv of the Banks, or theii Branches, in all the principal towns throughout Euglaud, Inland, Scotland and Wales. I Hyv :ir<^ ?. l-U. i 3i h niton street New York, neat door lo the Fulton Bank. N. B.?The Old Lioe of Liverpool Packets sail from tliii aort fur Liverpool on the 1st and 19th of each month. Partiti returning to the old country will find it to their comfort an, advantage to select this favorite Liue for their c<vit?vmic?, it twefereure to anv other m m m ~M NEW YOKo AND HAVREPAGKETS. Second Line?The Ships of this line will hereafter leave New York ou the 1st, and Havre on the 18th of each mouth, as fol lows, viz From New Yore. From Hsvrx. New Shiji ONEIDA, ( 1st March. ( 16th April. Captain < 1st July. < 16th August. James Funck. r 1st November, f 16th December. Ship BALTIMORE, 11st April ( 16th May. Captain < 1st August. t 16th September! F.dward Funck. f tst December. ( lith January. Ship UTICA, v 1st May. ( 16th Juus. Captain < 1st September < 16th October. Frederick Hewitt, f 1st January. ( 16th February. NewshipSt. NICHOLAS t lit June. ( 16th July. . Captain < 1st October. < 16th November. J- B. Pell, ( 1st February. ( 16th March. The accommodations of thine ships are not surpassed, coir, tuning all that may be required for comfort. The price of ea bin passage is $100. Passengers will be supplied with every re quisite with the exceptiou of wines and liouors. Good* intended for these vessels will be forwarded by the sab eribers, free from any other than the exiiense* actually is currod on them. For freight or passage, apply to BOY1) IkHiNCKEN, Agents, jet6ec No. 9 Tonrine Knililimr. roe Wall and Wsiersl jiRRANOEMENTH FOR ims OLD ESTABLISHED PASSAGE OFFICE, 108 Pine street, corner of South. m m m m Tnn^ubscribe^Ieg^ttsve to call the attention of his Irirndi and the public in general, to the fallowing arrangements f< i 1844, for the purpose of bringing out cabin, 2d cabin, and steer sge passengers, by the Regular Line of Liverpool Packets, sail ing the 1st,6th, lUh, 16th. 21stand 26th of every month. By the London Packets, to sail rtm New York, the 1st, 10th and tOlh?and from Loudon on the 7tn, 17th and 27th nfracli month lu connection with the above and for the purpose of afford' mg'till greater facilities to passengers, the subscriber has e* eblisheu a regular lin^oi fust class .New Y'rk built, eopp ret uid c misir lasteued ships, to sail punctually every weel hroughout the year. For the accommodation of persons wishing to remitmoney tc their I unities or frieuds, dralu are giveu, payable at sight, oi the following Batiks, viz Provincial Bank of Ireland, payable at Cprk, Limerick, Clnurael, Londonderry Sligo, Wetford, Belfast, Waterford, Gaiway, Armagh, Atlilone, Colrnin. Ball ma, Tralee, Youglial, Enniikitlen, Monaghan, Banbridge, Ballymena, Parsoiistowu Downpairirk, Cavan, Lnrgau, Omagli, Dnngaimtw, Bandon, F.nnis, Ballyshanno Strabane. Kkibereen, Mallow, Moueymore, Cootchill, Kslrush, Dublin. Bcotlanil?The City Bank of Glasgow. England?Messrs. spooner, Atwood k Co. Bankers, London R. Murphy. Waterloo Road, Liverpool; payable in every towi in Great Britain. For further information (if by letter, post paid,) apply to JOSEPH McMURhAV. 100 Pine street. ecrner of South. V. Y. Or Messrs. P. W. BYRNES k CO, 36 Waterloo Wad. j9 6m*rc Liverpool. THE~NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS. ~ m, m. m m To sail from New York 21st, and from Liverpool 6th wf eacl month. FYom New York. I.'pool New Ship LIVERPOOL, 1150 tOM.^nWl l\ i '?. ! J. Eldridge \\ jgj? J " -MSSe ? b i i|?g Ki Ship HOTTINOUER. 10SO tons, < 2} ?1*? I Ira Barely, | JgL ? Jjjtj These substantial, fut sailing, ftrtt cIm* shiiw, all built n the city of New York, are commanded by men ol egpejienci ind ability, and will be di.patched pnncinally on the 2l>t o ath month. ,'iTheir cabin, ars elegant and commodious, and arc fnrniahei with whatever can conduce to tlie eaae and comfort of passeu * Trice of passage, $100. Neither the captains or owner, of these ship, will be respon lible lor any parcels or packages sent by thein, unless irgulid hills of lading are signed therefor. For freight or passage apply to WOODHULL SL MINTURNS. *7 South street, New York, or to FIELDEN, BROTHERS U CO., jl4 ec Liverpoo MARSEILLES LINE Ob' PACKETS. 0L Mk M. M The undermentioned ships will he regularly dispatched Iron bence ?u the 1st, and from Marseilles on the Jth of each montl during the vear as fnlUw. From New trork. Marseilles, MINERV A.Lapt Brown, Dec. I Feb. J TREMIOTTJl apt. Myrick, Jan. 1 March J H'RV THOMPSON,Capt.Byl?e.u?, Feb. I. Apnl J HELLESPONT, ( apt. Adam., March I. May 5 CQRIOLANU8, Capt. Haile, April I. JuueU They are all OOMMM and copper fastened, and hare eirrllcm tecommodations for passengers. The price of cabin passage will be $100, egclnsic. of winei >nd Iwuors. tloous addressed to the agents, BOYD k, HI NO KEN. wil Oe forwarned free of other charge, than those actually paid. For freigijt or passage apply to LAVVHENCK fc I'Hr.LPH. IM Front street or to BOVD It HINOK EN, Agents, mMr No g.Tontine Buildings. rOR LIYERPTuTL^The-New L7nf ~Retulaj Packet list March?The superior New York hoili kUnifapacket .hip HOTTINOUER Oapt Ira Hartley,10J< tlnsburihen, will .ail as abort, her regular dey. Tor freight or passage, having very superior accommodations apply a tne Oapuin on *7 Month at The superior packet ship Liverpool, Opt John Kldridge ; I0M tons bnrtnen, fill succeed the Hottmgner. and sail or her regular day, list APtiL mltogrrc l W YC iW YORK, SATURDAY 1 nAHNlN'S LUCINA CORDIAL, OR, ELIXIR OF LOVE. UOK the speedy aud eerlsiu cum of female irregularities, im I potency, barrenness, lluor alhus, iicipirut consumption, conslutional debility, whether the result of imprudence, illuess or accident. Tli' sanction produced by ihia wonderful medical discover7 in Peris, Ins b-tu nearly e-iu-illeJ by its introduction into curries, Numerous test mouisls have bscn icceivad from those whose coualitutii n wss a iner. wreck, bur who hsve ! limn iuviirnrsti <1 t v (his >mresh's? < 'e.w.i; .1 i ...u^. I j bgd lu-ue^ their health by Ovirowu lolly 01 extravagance,have I I fosnd >n this cordial th- mfan* cl'resioiafiou. . It?* all other m-'icil ai l had been u,ed in vain. The tiuhrrto childless lireaide Iws eftr-.i b re listed happv, and the iuhrui, ihe impotent and ihe debili ated have ugain exulted iu the elaalicily and vigor | ol'bVKone day*. Tre aaeut ol one of the interior Tillage* t f New York atatei a caae, in which by if e use of two bottTei of Lncina Cordial, a couple after fuur year* of bitter diaappni.ineut, we e oil .bird to rejoice over the realiz.lion of the toudeal hone* of a married life. The agent for the city of A., New York, told a bottle to a gentleman who had been alllicted with a diaeaae of th- urethra for eleven \ ear*. In a few day* he rein rued and aaid he had derived liar more lien: til from the one bottle than from medical treatment for eleven year*. He immediately bought ?ix bo tie* more. Oor*pace f irbid* a* to name the mruie caae* to wbn-h weare at liberty to iilrr. The uutveraal satisfaction which tlii* inestimable Eliiir has given, net a aiucle complaint having h en made, it nit cue of the least proof* of it* unrivalled excel Price S3 per bottl.a. Sold at 92 Nassau street, New York ; ?i North ?freet, Philadelphia ; Smith at Fowl*, 133 Washington ?trejt, Button. i IV 27 Ifh'ee ALLKHArtl'S MKDIClNlis! THESE MEDICINES hare b-?u iu gee-ml nee in lorar portions ol the country lor y two years, en-'have becouir escc-dkgly po|>tilar. No other tn-dr?iuc* have ever performed such unexpected -urea ussoine ef the*- have during the Uit eight--n monllui. The** m-dieioei cnnnit of four kinds? THE BLACK (OR ALLEBASi'S) SALVE. ALLEBASI'S HEALTH PILLS, ALLEBASI'S POOR MAN'S PLASTER, ALLEBASI'S TOOTH ACHE DROPS. THE SALVE ia warrented to enreifused faithfully according to the direction*, the followiuu cowplaintx (th* l'iil* *otnetiin* li-iug i'ie ; in conic ctiou a* indicated by the direct'oua) viz:?Fevers, sorra of the most malignant kind, frlor.a, ulcer*, tumor*, whitlows, bur* and puuclaiea hum* and icald*. rheoinutrain, iutlaineiaiory or chronic ?oi* thrr at, quinaey, drop*y, d'*,iepsia, chilblains, -go- >u the face, ague in the breast, biles, tor-a otullkiuds, swellings ot every dcaciiption, paiu in the joint* aud muselr*, Ike . . , THE PI bLH are warranted to eure the following complaint* if used faithfully according to nir-ctiona, (in aoine case* the Salvo, and in some caaea the Poor Mail's I laarer. is n-ed in connection with the Pills, nil of which i? indicated by the directions.) viz:?Diaord-red stomach and bowels, iiapur- blood, cholic, w.irras, dysp-usia, sick held ache, fevrr and ague, acid atoinach billious and other fever*, costive****, lung and lever complaints jnndic-. sadden colds, general debility, kc., kc. THE PL AST* IIS aie admitted to be superior to auy othera in use, and are taking precedeuce over all other* for pain or weakness ill the back, aide, client, bowel*, loin*, mntclea, feet, rheumatism, concha, colds, asthma, lever aud ague, kc. TOOTH ACHE DROPS?Are warranted to core .in ordinary Toothache in from three to ten iniiiutes, hy patting two drop* into the tooth or ear. Any case of tooth ache arising from any other cause than an exposure of t'.ie n-rve may he ellectua'ly cu-ed bv an application of the Black Solve to the side of ihe face afflicted. The medicine* am warranted to cure the shore comp'aiuta or the money will be nturuod The Poor will be furnished at Imlf pri. e, hy L.W. Gilbert, Proprietor, 211 Fulton si,N. York. Men h?nts end o:he's f-om the couutry supplied <>u literal 1 terini For sale, wh 'le-cale and telail, by L. W. Gi b*'t, 2:4 Fill on street?Hi retail bv G. B. Maig**, 93 i.'atheiine sto-et : S. Wnodw-r li. corneref Houston and Alnlherrv streets, ami 1 by other, throughout the ci'y. fell 1 mend*?sc DR. HOUSEMAN'S GERMAN C O U G H DROPS, PREPARED and mold wholeaale by JOHN J. DAVIS, city f of Hudson, Columtha County, N. V., &ud fur sale in this . city, wholesale and retail by ' Jam*. 8. Aspimwaix, : 86 William street, General Agent for this city : ' and by mo.l of tlia principal retail druggists in New York and 1 Brooklyn.>. a more important aud valnabl. medicine than this was never previded for the afflicted. Nu resort ha. 1 hitherto be-u made to the pres. to make its exlraordiunry virtue, known, bat it nni lieeu long tried and il. great efficacy 1 rno.t thoroughly proved by the infallible test of aotunl en' perieuce. By iu own menu and iutrin.ic e.cellence it h.s be. come highly ceUBruteu ,c every ae< ,ieu ol th. country wbe.e 1 it has been in use. It may, without vanirgeration, be pronouuo' ed in infallible remedy lor cold., eeuglis, asthma^ mfluenca, whooping couth, croup worm. !i~amor:hageor raising blood, 1 aud all the complaint, affecting the breast and luugs, and tending to consumption and debility. Numerou. tcuuno nial. luav be inen iu the fi-nds of the agents for the sa'e of this healing balaam, il.owing that inch luu been iu effect, in an iuuuiner.'.le multitude of cue.. The proof, of it. wonde.ful efficacy .,re incontrovertible; if nr?d in the liraL stage* of any ol the complain j above rained it acu as i complete preventative, and their further progress i. uire*t?,l. In thi' iliinut* where auch 1 e.imi laiuU aie .o common. owing to .uddeo change, ol wentlier.uu man who place, a right value upon health should he with1 ont thi. medicine. A timly us- of it will mave immeu.e bill. ' for m-diral attendance, cud, what i- more, will nrrveut ll?o Iv gui.hing sufferings of protracted illueea. and ofl n ;reserve l?fe itself. Efficacious aa it t*. it u mild plonaant, and alwaya harmless; it is pntely a vegetable compound, mid tnay be is* -u r witii entire safety iu all kinds rd weatlnr and under a!! circumstance*. It act. a. l mild etpcc'ura-t, auu at the ssrailimefa very grnfle tonic. Ir. use hu not only restored thouaaml. who were laboring uud-rpinporary illae*., but it has produced goat unpruv tueul in the health ol':~rson> contriteUonally hbU aa tu effect i. to imp tit tou. and v |0t to lb1 sy.teui, whit, it uerer e.u.e* weukr es. j Price fifty c?nM a bottle ?l lour out,cm. f7 tmend'ee ' HALLOCK'S CASTOR UiL CANDY 18 arery convenient ,no-lr of ailine la.ering the oil to children, reouirn.g o coming, en'y give them sufficie.t l.r a dose and the- w ill eit it frmely and often, ter. oiteu, even c y for I more. In this f >rin it m.,y be u n w to g ea Hevmitxir for all hipd. of cough, hoar-en*,., aod sure ?s? of the In ,gt and clnst. ''y par up in p.irbages ,t 10 cent. each. ith ull ?'ir cti >ns bv A. C. Ilillock. Che-sist and Apoiheca y, Ne . Yore, and ligncd in bit own hand writiug, ou an eugiaved wiap|>er?none oilier isfceauii.e. Sold, wholesale, ?t 170 Spring ifrert; and retiil at the following drug stores?ifl Greenwich; fin .son. corner Spring; ?.8 Hudson; 45 Carmine; 709 Greenwich; Thouipson, corner ef Broome; Sullivan, Corner of O and; 25 Spring; How r?, conp r o< O and; Spring,Corner Bowery,3in and 140 Grand; I lin'on, corner nf Division; 611 Br ,adw ,y; Iti, corner Broidw.iy; 4'h, c-r. er Boweiy; 278 Broadway; 141 8th 180 E-.iir us; HI Catharine; 2U Division; Knlton, corner W.iier; 1J6 Walner; Bowery cor er 4th; Charch, corn'i Chamfers; Broi hvav, corner 4lh; Kiishtou It Co., Broidwny; Heir, corner r,i.,rl; and Minor 2i4 Kulton, Brooklyn, 2') and 251 Kulton, South Kerry, Hus .iiig, J Peck at < >n.; Jamaica, liain'iersou's Drug Hi >?e; I New low 8. Mtstirij We*r-.tiesier, ridarr B.wne It Sou; 1 West Karma, Sinitli; Vnrbville Or Cecil; Jersey Cilv, Or flunk's Pbnr.naey, Pain fc Campbell; Hummus, Ausie i It Lain-; Newark. N.J., Baker It Audi*. Dr Williams, Dr V.m Wagner. f Bioao street; Trenton, N J., Wm Bisnuon; Wil i,ms hurcli.L.I., Dr 11. Paul; Uurlem. Dr. Peanojer; Maiiliiltauvillc, L Douusbery. D5 lm'ec t FRENCH ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS, fee. rPUE siibscnber. have joat rrc?ived. per 1st* arrivals from J- Havre, and keep constantly ou hand, a complete assortment Kranch Artificial Kliiwer. Materials of all kinJafoi Klow'r* Krathers, Hair Ornaments, aud Millinery articles?for tale by HENItY U K'sHN, Importers, OUm'rrr 7 j Liberty street, up ataira. FRENCH CHINA No. 4 SOUTH WILLIAM STREET, Up Ft&in ADAUMHB, Importer and Agrnl for Mannfactureri, liai alwaya on hand a large a. lortment for dinner and ten i?t? in plain white and till Krench Porcelain, as w.-il aa dinner and trrnert plate*.of all .ire, ajuorttd dilh,-.. soup ireeus, eoveren ' dishes,tj^ad howls, frn,t b-uli.-'ji, cast rJ? ncil stu-lds. I Al.o, Ten aud Cboeolato Wsra, i4,>-?k. knee, and Ani'n 1 ran shape J.I1 th* "rtir.les r.r. wamtated of the best qn.litT, ?nd to t.? ,|? (rr:M VJ >' <rr? ?* ?n>t FOR LIVERPOOL?1*17w~LINl!..?l<egul.-i JKUflk Packer of Mth Var-h.?Tw splendid l*-:ket ship , WMBfalioSClUS. Joha C? Bins, of 1000 toui, will tail u a>,ove,her rrgular day. Kor freight or i?,, hae ins accommodation! ii.uci jailc.l for splendor or comtorl, apply ou "Kurd, at Orleans wharf, footof Well street, or to E. K. COLLINS U CO. Price of passage, $100. y> South street. The packet ahip Kiddoni Capt. K. 0. Cobb, of 1000 torn, vill suececd the Koscius, and tail Uietkth April, her regular day. l'ussengera may rely upon the ships of thit line sailing pune ; tnally is advertised. f27 1 "mMit KOK 1.1 VK.KP' lOC?To tail 4th of March-Th. jfflftPWsh.p SOUTHERNER, T. U. Palmer, iuk.u-r, will JBMlifaiiail oo the above day. tut passage ouly, apply oo >otrd. pier 23 Perk Sliv.or to WOOL)HULL la MINTURNA. mlto6rre 07 South at-eet. fit3K- PUR LIVKHPI>OL?Regular Packet of the ?th Jfl*JWMsrch?The splendid packet thip PATRICK HENJHWali&HV, Captain DeluuU, Ourthen 1090 toot, will sail os ' above, tier regular d ly. | The accomtnoil.itlout for cabin, second cabin and ate rage pasaeniirrt are nnaurpaaacd by auv vetnl in port. I'eiaont wishing to vinbirk should make early application on board foot of J Maiden Lane, or to J Mc.MUKRAT, 101 Pine street, cor of South street | Persons wishing to send for their fri ndt cau have them [ brought oat by the above ship or any of the tegular packets sail I nig weekly, by applying as above, if by letter pnal paid, f P. K?Drafts at sight, for lt"ge or mull tuait, are d,awn by ! the subscriber on ti.e Provincial Bank of In land, payable at ' their respective Branches ihroughnut the Country. Also, on ! Messrs Spoon" r, At.wood A Co., Bankers. London, piv >k|e in ! every town in tarsal Britviu. MB tuMfre 1 Uf PASSAGE FROM DUBUN.ToRkr WATKHS j?*k.KOBD, DEKUV, COLhUdlNP, BELFAST, i JlMDibNewrv. D'oglu da, kc ? Ihreout wishing to send tor f tin ir trienil can have thein bringht ut Irom auy of the above 1 poita in firat class Amcican Inset Ships, oo the most reasonable terms, and without theireg|ierieaciiig any uanec.-ata'y deI trillion. Mr. W. Ta?*cott, 'one of the fnm, will be ou th spot to give hi* |iersoual ittentinn to the passengers engaged by the subscriber! or their ateeta here, and persona may rely that the withae aud comforts of thuse whose passage may lie engaged by them wijI have all due and piopvr atlrutiou. For f particulars apply, if by letter, post-paid, to W It J. f. TAPRCOTT, at thair Oenerel Paaasge Office, S3 Peck Hlip, cor. Memh ttr*et, wbeie also. Drafts m?y be obtained, for large or small sums, rayab'e on demand, without discount or any other ehaigr, at the National or Provincial Banks of Ireland, or any o< their I branchesthrouahont the Kingdom. fv22 re fiff- FOR OLASi)OW-KK(H I,AR TKAUKKsgK^to tail March G ?The fin-. fast sailing Biitiah Dsn;ue aHBpbADAM OA llrt, ficott, mas'er, will sail at above ?

. For reishtof tins hu k of 300 bales Cotton, or passage, apply , on board, pier 24, K. H. or <o [ WOODilULL k MINTURN8, r South atreet. ml tod PAtSA- E FOR OI.ASGO W?Will have im~ j^TwPWmediafe divp-'-h, the sobndid, fast sailing tegular MfijMk, scket ship ADAM CARll, Captain Scott, wll sail as ve She h?s etee!lent accommodations for e.ibn. second cabin 1 and steerage pasaingurs. 'I hoae wishing to secure bertha ahould make early application to W. k J. T. TAPHOOTT. 43 Peek al'P, cor Soutn at. 1 The Adam Carr will tail from Glasgow about the it, of May ?th ae desirous of rending for Heir f.iend-, cso have the n brought out in this flue ship oe the most reasonable terns by applying at above. I 27cc agp. FOR NEW ORLEANS?Louiaiaua and New wH^VVork Line?Key u hi Pscketof 10th March?The f-sr ' iBSlumtailing packet ship GASTON, C int. O. Elilridk". ' will sail as above. her regnltr day. For fr ight or passage, 1 hsviug handsome furnished see. mmodationt, apply on bond at Orleans wharf, foot nl Wall at , or to K. K. COLLINS Si CO., M South atreet > Shippers by thia lins may rely upon having their goods correctly measured. Agents in New Orleans, Hultin k Woodruff, whu will promptly forward all gooda to their address 1 The packet ship L( uuville, Capt Hand, will succeed Hr Gist on, and sail trie 20th March, he< regular day. mice IRK 1 rIORNING, MARCH 2, 1& WILLIAM PKTTET, DRAPER AND TAILOR, 90 FULTON 8'1'ICKK.T, NEW YORK. IS now i>ini?trd to furni .h -.11 who ? ay fayor liiiu with their order*. Kor lh? chrapu'?? an ' dn-a'>ility of ki? work, and aaving thirty prr cent, Ur nlUr? for thrir eouiidaration the lollowing ll?t ot |>riee?: ? Hutwii* Dm> t 'oau, from $10 to 18 Ctuiinwt fuu 4 to ( Kane* ke?t* iro3 7S gatkCoaU". ... to 5,08 Pniiout rnrniahl'ig ibn'own mauria'* ? miking and trimming ia the naitMt manner at thn following price* Conta from $6 to I Pant* and Vraci to 1.7$ Naval and Military Uniform* inadn in tha beat tivle. ' N. ii.?(. I o th i n g iiudn l?r ilia aouiharu and waawxu inarkrU I with U'ttuen ii?i'?lcli A share of the public patronage is solicited. f JO lm*'c I UNITE!1 STATES I? \ < . I" i: K I! IAN < I A. L LEI IV" 1 175 RHO.1IHr.iy, UP STAIRS. \ E WHITE would ree-eeMully rail the at.Mil ion of citizens end strangers visiti-g the city to his rplendid Collection 1 of DAOUKKKKO T VPK PORTRAITS. single, o' in (roapa from two t > font'eeii t ertoiis in the taint plate, winch, in beauty and accuracy af delineation, cannot be inrp'ated. Poruiutt token in ill kmdt of weather, ?ither wiili or without colon; the pnret of which he hit reductd to those charg-d by the inotc inrli 'ienctd id the bmineat. The America i Inatitnt*. at its late eihihition, awarded Mr. Wlnta the tint premium lor (ha best Dtguerreatype lilcnnett (for gionping anil genenl effect), whicb it but another ptoof of the sU|ieri--rity of list poiliaits. Mr White ia the sole agent in iSi w Fork lor the very superior imported (frruiin I air.era*; aud n. no other establishment in the City or Bute can they be oh! a ned > H - Imported Gertnui Canierat; alto French tail Aireri ran 1 slruu-entt of ill very heat uuality, with Platte, < ta?a Chetn ra s, I'olithiuit Mat-rialt, kc , olwayt on hand, for aale at the very loweat pricri- fSf 3m* in WATCHK8 AND JK WF.LRY.?The largett and mctt splendid assortment nl Waichtt in the city, it to be found at tiie tuhtcriber't.?At he it constantly reci-iving all ill script'-nt of (fold ai d Hilver Watchet, of the nevrrit styles, from the manufacturers, in Knglend, France, and awifrrrland, he it enabled to offer a larger naioitinert, nnd at much I eat prieet, at retail, than any oilier home in the city. (told watch's j low as AM to MA each. Watchet ami jewelry exchanged or bomihl. All walchcn warranted to keep good time, or the money relumed. Wateht and jewelry repaired in the beat maener, by the be?t workmen, and ranch lower than at any other place. (fold and Silver I'eucilt, tiold Chauit, Keys and Sterling tSilvvt Spoons, for tale tery low. C) ALLK \'. importer of wstehet and jewellery, f?4 lm" rc W- olt-sale sml retail. 30 Wall it . no stairs. MOKE PROOF THAT CONSUMPTION IS CURABLE. A REMARKABLE CASK NOW FIRST MADE PUBLRThit it to certify that my wife Klizibeth 'Pucker, had breti complaining for several veart, whick retnlred iu a diteat" of her Inngt, prnd icing a violent and harraasing cough, which w?t tight and dry, canning much belli in her brrntt, gradual debility, which resulted in tuch extreme weakness at to be conliued entirely to her lied. H?r ll-ih hail nearly all dis ppaared, and her appetite was impaired, f-iod not digesting, I and howelt very costive. She coulu not expectorate any, and her cough was troubleictne as to prevent her sleeping; had every day burning pi pelini of her lipids and tolc-i of h-r feet Every aiurnoon htr cjwnnt woald become red, and her eym brill nut, which would be followed iu the eveuing by Chills and exhamting sweats, which increased her debility. I employed the beat inejicil attendance, but they could nut do auyihing fir mr We tried every lemely va could liearrf, but she kept losing The ohysiciau gave her up at an incurable case of cnusuinpiioii, and I believed tnat her ciae was beyond lli? reach of any remedy. Many timet have I thought the was dying. Mid uevr did expect to tee h-reuj-y the heiltli the is now blrited with. Last summer wcle-iwl ofseveral Cdtes that Isi<1 he* n giving up a* iurunble. but which ha'. been cured by SCHKNcK'S PL LMO.'sI : SYRUP, among which wet the cue of Peter 8'yi krr tteekunn. We went to see him, and h" gov her gi'ea'. MCOUMMMMt. I well knew that my wife whuld tie unless we could i.tnaiu a rem*dy greater virtue ihMWty We had tried or heard tell of. We, tlieielbre, determine! to try the PULMONIC SY.ll.'P, and the Ind UkmeTttu bottltethe uipenred to lie worse, a-it produced so much pain throughout her aistciu We sent again for Mr. B ekmuii, who urged her to persevere ia i t u*e, and itwaa with great reluctance she consented to do so, when suddenly a dtarr1-ina commerced, which consist' I i riucipallv of ooiruptiou. Tint continued lor a few diysaud ttiea ceutd, aud we now thought her end near at lund. The &vrup now produce i an im'escri table trnta'ioa ia her cbeit, I ihonglit would sulToca e and kill Iter, i have tiuct found out thattihis wst ssly the eff-ctt of the Hyrup riuemrg htr inverse, and bringing it to a head After several davi liad elantrd, upon miking'an eff >rt to c.-t gh, tht felt something give way in her brent nnd she brought uii nearly a isusrt of y?llcw matier. A? suim is this subsided, h.-r rough was 'o liiuger tight, but I lit etpeetoration vj< cupious, loose, <rd romlitrd ?j| 11,t* ve'l iw matter. 1u it levy dtvi an cppi reutcliiug.r for tbs oetlar was manifest; and with fueling! of hops mingled with jov. I felt there was proijieeu of her re-overr. The cough g-adiully improver, and cautioned to da i > lor seiem! months; tod in the tnm* time her ijttem nlao improved. 1 e strength rvtnriifd, so t .at now alit conld he'n hcrs.lf, f r previcuily alio was ao feeble ai to he entirely hilptess hiving to be e.rued t > ore heil font another, flerappvt'te returned and ahe felt as ifahe had beea traosla'ed into a ne.v .-sistvuce. it n ' .v about th e montba since she hrvan t i go lbun'. the house and nt thia ti ne rein-ins e tir -ly I'm irom any d tsetse of the !u gi, end I cannot find uor ic' lejuite t ) mpicas the lei lings of lode I f el lit' having hrea ''ireeted to 31/ilhlNu. KM i'U I, vit) 41U R i it UP, has bren the menus of curing oue who vi *s ao near the grtve aud whose lots would have been irn'pvab c to uir A lie she was ah ut the honae, our cl'rg/m.n e lied to see her, and wr.a astonished to li id an luuir veinest in her r-r b-rond h's expectations \lauv f Jie ueiah?irs car- alio t a if;, trom what they anw, rhit In r cure w<i alinoai oirarnlou* Mrs. Turknr is partim! ,r|v >uj tlm any o*miih alflo.'.e ' with consumption, or htvirt' any iri~ii'l ih'ta afl]i,*>d i hould cell and see her, mid hear r?V. yen u? v- bill., m.d ah hui? era i cn t' on v iote mr n '.hat ecHvuca's I'ulirontc tsvrnp la l e hrit un 1 only irni-di ueer diacoVere.l to rnre consumption, aid Inis llm coat "ed blessings upon her and othara which no other rrm-dy could. triiftAi i i uutK.a, J-rsey City, Jan. 29, '811. No 43 York sw, Jersey City. Xrw Jersey, Hudson County, ts. Personalty appeared h.fore insths subscriber. Mayor of Jersey City, Epriam Tucker,who Uringbvine duly sworn according to law, on his oilli, did depute and any that the facia above stat-d and In him subscribed, in relation In the cure cllt'cted by Hehenek's Pulmonic Sirup are iroe, ?nd further saith no'. Pe.TEH. BENTLEY. Mayor of Jersey City. Jersey City, January 29,1844. Jersey City, January 30,1814. Mr. J. H. St iirtfcg? lliar Sir?Mrs. Ephriam Tucker ia ra.nonatly known to me, and I b?lieve herata'ement worthy of all crt-di as presented over the signature of her husband. I kuow aha waa very ill and now shcaerifia iu the rnj-ymem of comforiab'e health. Yours, M. LUrSk, Paa'.orof the K. 1). lin-eh Jersey City. Prepared by J. H. Schenck, and for sale at his principal offices, No. 32 South Hiith street, one door bel iw the coiner of Ch-s'.nut, and at h'i Lahn-a:ory 121 Rare jt. Piiilade'phia. Also, foraile at No Cou'tlandt street, one door below the corner of Ureeuwioh arret, New York, the ,miy place in the i ity where the genuine can be had. Also for sab- ut C3 Cornhill street, Boston, and Hi Broadway Aibeuy. 1 he above olficea are exclnait'ly for the sale of Pulmonic Syrap. J. H. SCHEN'JK. rnri lm*ec MEDICAL AID. PRIVATE Medical Assistance, with many people, is a very important consideration. All who miy thus ilesire 'o con-nit a Professional ftieud should kv all inesns oh'ai.i and read the book celled tha ' Rubicou." The fourth'edition, which v a brvn recently puh'ished, is much improved, and enlarged to nearly three tims us former sixe. and *nbmcea sub jects and disease* not before alluded to. that wil' he e?|)eci illy inuresting to invalids wit., for many reasons miy possibly hap to re?d advice priv-trlv. The work is writrvn by Dr Oregorv. who is still in the prac tice of hit profession at No II Barclay street u*ar the Park. The various forms of bodilv and mental wvakiieaa, wr opacity and suff"itu(. which cone under the head of private maladies, ire. faithfully delineated, and lh? (lent practical method ol obtaining sou*d health ; it is a work plainly aud practically adapted to the nse of all those who may unfortunately need itslrieuds ly assistance, of whatever age That portion of the work treating upon im|>otence, barrenness, aud a certain destructive iiiiim ui yoninim uiuvsrrcuou, irnin whpiicp n-iuius constitutional debility," will lit found botli useful and instructing to all classes?it i> a friendly yet silent monitor, wherr sensual or urinal debility ha* mnde threatening inroad* n|>on the lienlth or coustitotion. and point* ont not only the moans of escape, but the rerfaintv of rratoration. The work ii written by n phvsician of experience, (who it it:ll in practice inthiacity) It ahowi how imranta aud other* are deceived hy the out ward phvtic.d appearance-how the attenuation of the frame, palpitation of the heart, derangement of the urrvnna system, cough, indigestion, itud a trnin of tymptoma indicative of cousuinption, are often aacrihed to wrong cautet, when iu reality they are the rniiarouences of on alluring and peruiciost pnrtice, alike dettmctive to rlie mind and body. The price of the book it the tame a* | liepHofore, 50 cent*. Koranic by the author, at hit residence, 11 Barclay at, near Broadway, and at the following agencies, which are drug store*-? Sands'. No. T9 Kulton at, cor. of (fold at. 'a. No. M William at, near MnidenLant. 'a, No ? Kulton at, cor. of Water at. Dr. 'a, 03 Bowery, earner of Walker at. David Hands At Co.'a, 77 Koat Broadway, cor. ol Market at. Dr Churches' Diapenaary, No. IM Bowery, cor. of Spring atrei-t Dr. A. W. White's, No. M6 Delancy street,correr of Suffolk street. It will be sent in a sealed envelope to those who may desire to order it. Consultations by mail will receive a ahara of Dr. O'a careful and promt t atteniioa?his charges are as usual in such caeea. The Book will he seet hv ioml on receipt of one dollar, and liter-turn pos'ege will be paid out of what remains over the price of ihe book. fi2H lin'ec Dr. allen's balsam ok ii<mv. 11ound, liver. wonr, and PLEUHIHY ltOOT.-l oughs, Colds, Fain m the Wi'e, I'alpitatiou oflhe Heart, khnrtnesiot Breath, and Consumption, s-cui to vanish ondeW us use. In recent canes it nay ne said never to fail Price $1 50 per bHiie. DR. VAN HAVIIIKKT'8 KFMALE KENOVA PINO PILLS from Germany .?They remove aud urnient those ohstrut ions common to single or mvried li nialsiraud will iu all cas-s reatOTethe natural r.-udition. Price $1 j-er boa WARD'S VEGETABLE HAIR Oil-, for the restoration ind growth af Hair, giving health and beauty, and preveotiog haldiiens, will turn the hair gradually dark, and make it grow Iniuriantly in a very lew days Price 75 rents per bottle. DR. ATKINSON'S VEGETABLE GOLDEN OINTMENT, a certain cure for all serofuloas eruimoaa, itch, chapped bands, salt iheum, teller, ringworm, scald head, sore ears in children, sore cyea, and cracked lips. Price 50 cent* per boi. HEKCULANEUM PILLS?Thay aaem to have lint one universal action, that is, ta search om disease, and care it. no nil-1 when seal i'd, or bow It has rlistr >1, wbeihsr it be an ubc*,s preyiug upon ilie Iuuks, heart, liver, sp'rea, paneras, or s'-iHiach, or ulcer or caacer npoa the trunk or limbs. Price $1 50 I'rboi. All ti e above for tale at E. M. (lupin's, 137 Bowery, corner (iraii-l street. ft* 3m*>c DOCTOR JORDAN'S I'H IVATE SPECIFIC J'ACKAGES, r)R THE CURE of secret discuses. offer advantages not possessed by any other advertised remedy, to wit : 1st. They contain every thing requisite for internal and esternal nse 3d. Appropriate reinrdi-a low every aympUim. 3d. They am arcuin 'aui.-d hy rlie Monitor, atreatise npou secret -nalsdi-s witn 'all d.reetioni and advire tth. The |iali -nt ef f eta a safe, re.mnneat and secret cure, without consultation or eiPoiure. 5th. One pacaagn effects a cur'-, but. if in any rvi other in diciura ire r quir-d, thay are aupplied without charge, till) 'i ne patient is not subjected to loss ol time, or other inconvenience. And lastly, the Monitor point* out the only mode if pre ention No. I, i* for the cure of Gonorrhoea, Olest, S-m salweakneis. fee No 3, for Venereil disease, mall its stages. No. S, lor Kinor Albus, or Wtuu-s The Moniror alone it 50 e -nts. 1 he packages complete, ft eai h. Securely forwarded to post paid remittances. Sold ouly at Dr ig Store, bO Prince St., comer of Marion, n few doors east of Nib'o's. N. ii Private entrince r>9X Marina street, eentinnation of Centre, where Dr. Jordan may he confidentially consulted. I'M tm'ec % EIERA 14. Pull. [Comspoiiilauiu of the llwrtl.l ] Paris, Jan. 21, 1811. i Presentation at Court?Fashionable Dresses?Style ) and Manners?Trouble in Politics?Atheism und : t Ignorance?Visits of Royalty?American Minis- 1 ter Wanted?French Steamship*?I'me of Pus- , sa%e, ijrt ft. \ I had written for yon n long letter all about mat- , lers and doings here, but unfortunately my prolonged stty at the last ball at the opera, it seems met with the disapprobation of my Newfoundland, and in revenge for losing his supper, he feasted upon what I had intended us a feast for your charming countrywomen. If I had time I would now say more; I send you the remains of the last presentation at the Tuilleries, for the benefit of the ladies, whom it seems my Newfoundland udmires as much us you do, tor he MS not dared to soil the hem of any lady's dress. I must now at once plunge in mediae res. Just us I tiud the sheet. The beautiful Countess of F. wore a rose colored satin, very pointed in front, und slightly so behind, modestly low around the neck, bound with a rich point d'Alcncon, five inches deep, laying Hat on Jhe bosom; short tight sleeves, entirely covered witn ricn gunp; tne start very tun, slum ueiore, 8? as to expose the foot and ancle, and long behind, training a little, with five flounces of point d'Alencon, five inches deep, lapping each other, turning up a little at the left side, where each flounce is attached by a very small rosu. Her head dress was us remarkable for its simplicity as washer dress for its richness. Two plain bundtaux entirely concealing the ears, with one white iaponica, soninleted the toilette of this charming lady. Tne lady of the British Ambassador lent her charms to a garnet colored velvet, tight bodied and pointed. A row of white satin lozenges, bound with gimp, adorned the corsage from the top ol the shoulders to the point; two rows of lozenges increasing in size adorned the ample skirt diverging trout the point ol the corsage to the hem ; magnificent Mechlin lace, about three inches wide, bordered the neck, which was left uncovered half way to the shoulders; a little hat of pea green velvet, bordered with gold, and a white tnarabon falling gracefully over the left shoulder, completed one of the richest dresses at this royal presentation Madame de L. wore a robe of rose de chine, colored satin, pointed corsage?the front with three rows ol lace, and a fourth row passing all around over the shoulders, short tight sleeves bordered with lace. Eleven lace flounces adorned the skirt, beginning at the waist, down to the feet; the four lower oues a little raised on the left side; nil four attached at the same point by a bouquet ol three pale roses. The bright rote ue chine, softened_ by the rich lace flounces, produced a beautiful effect. Her long and splendid hair was in a plain twist, rather high upon the back of the head, and rich flowing curls, longing a little below the face. A light and airy wreath of pale roses, crowned this HUeen of beauty. The beauty and grace of onr countrywomen were well represented by?(I don't like to speak right out?but ambassadresses as well as ambassadors are public property)?by two daughters of our late minister ut l'aris. Miss *C. wore a robe of rose colored satin, tight corsage, very pointed ; around the neck a bertnc of ricn lace, four inches deep; the skirt opening in front one and a half inches on each side of the point, disclosed a white satin skirt, down the front ol which, at equal distances, were three choux of rose colored ribbon, between two rows of rich gintp. Mrs. L d wore a watered blue satin, embroidered in silver with roses, pointed corsage, three rows of rich lacc around the nee*, fastened on the shoulders by an (pauUtte de Jtcurs. The skirt opening on each side halfway up, over white satin, was fastened by rose colored gimp lacing. The front hair fell iu two large bandeaux, and was united with the back hair, the whole of which was bound with a string of fine pearls, with two lussels of the same. A handsome bouquet on the left side, completed the toilet of this charming young lady. Tnis morning's mail from Havre brings ihe news, the Baltimore, Captain Funok, and a dozen other American vessels, have been detained by heavy westerly gides; and I avail myself of this cfiauce to add a few words. Fashion will hold her court at Longehamp's?till then, black will be the lavoritc dress for ladies at dinner parties, operas, and concerts. I forgot to mention the revolution that has taken place in the ornaments for ladies. In fact, nothing was to be seen at the last pre:-entation but white satin boots. Gentlemen wear the loose, easy dress of the English. None but Boulevard dandies?that is, tailors' walking signs, wear the low collared coat, tight sleeves, and padded breast, *1 /? ir/? 111 a* 111 vi > > iL'nnl/l I iM uoon z?n thw bfrot/f with black trousers?;ind they are consecrated to the hall roetn or dinner parry. The war between the clergy of France and the University creates a great sensation in all parts of France, and personages in high places look forward with fear ana trembling to the issue. This question involves the future destinies of France. Perhaps all youi readers are not aware that the word " university" embraces all the schools and colleges of France, except those for theology, where lay students are noi admitted. The I'utversity with liupin Qiiesiiet, < iirardin, and other atheists and deists nt its head, raised the standard of Philosophy, arid teaches from its chairs the rnosl absurd doctrines of atheism, mid several archbishops have been obliged to withdraw their cure from the colleges. The people of France with one voice cry out, and parents complain that their sons' minds are poisoned by the doctrines of their professors, and yet the youth of France have but one alternative, atheism or ignorance, for education is a 1110 nopoly confined to the University. The daily press teems with articles on this interesting subject, from the pens of lie la Martin and other I teputies, and from many distinguished prelates of the French Church. The allusion in the King's speech to this subject, was very unsatisfactory. The clergy and the better portion of the French nation, call out for the execution of the chart!y and I have heard certain persons say with a significant shake of the head, that Kings tiave lost their thrones for a much less cause. Royal visiting is to be all the go next spring. His Majesty Louis Philippe is in visit Queen Victoria at Windsor, as soon as Her Majesty shall have returned from her intended visit to Iterlin; but it is feared that domestic ailairsmuy confine her to London till June. Why don't you send us a Minister 1 Can't President Tyler make a selection among the great men, e'rat a ilire, oilier seekers 1 Let him select such a I nan ns<Teneral Cass?like lum in all tilings, except let it be a requisite that lie can speak the French language. Make a suggestion to Congreslo double the pay of our Ministers nt London, Paris, Vienna and St. Petersburg. Nine thousand dollars is a poor pittance ineitber of these Courts. The French steamers will begin to run from Havre to New York on the 1st April. The price of passage will be 1100 francs, or #60 either way, exclusive of provisions. There will be a rtstanrant on board. It is is said thut one of the "ehtft" of ftiss o^lnKrnf ml raa/ziliyrfn/ '/'r/na liViVes nt tlio Pttlau Royal, lias lpnsed the privilege lor 40,4J00 francs the first year. I ain sorry to inform you that editors will have no privilege; they must pay for their papers the same us other individuals. The death ot the f'rinee de f'roy, Archbishop of lloucn, Grand Aumonirr under t'lnirles X., afford? the government an opportunity to re-eatHhliah this office, which, through respect for the I'rincr, has not been conferred upon another. More anon. Yours, truly, C. Mr. Editor I noticed, of the 28th met., an article relative to the next OrMMi lury, that will meet on next .Monday You s.iy that they (the luryt should be selected from the most respectable in the ceintnnnity. Now, I would ask who the moat respectable are 1 Can you say ? Let me make one suggestion. .Select a Grand Jury who arc not engaged in any banking or loaning institution: men who have clean hands; my wort! for if, a bill of indictment could never be found against any of these lots of larceny men who have been engaged in these swindling institutions. For why ! " Wis hands might betray the pitch." The only safe way would be for each member to be asked the ipiestion, "areyou a director, ornreyou interested in any banking institution." whereby your interest would be jeopardized f If you should find n true bill (for no other could they find) against any individual that may be brought before you, I he next <|upstionjto he propounded, would lie, "have you any friends or relatives who arc concerned in any way directly or indirectly in any banking or loaning institutions !" And after the above 'juestions are answered, to the satisfaction of the Court, " swear him. If you will throw out these few suggestions, you will perhaps lie the medium of a now poor stockholder<getting Ins rights. Railroads.?-lhUs have been reported in the Masmirhmatt* Legislature for the construction of a Railroad from Athof, through Oreenllil I, to Brattleboiough, sod another to extend the Kitchbuig Road to Keeno. L O. 1 ~~ ? --"IT"?. T" *. Z? '' m Mm Two Cents. V. Circuit Court Before Judge Ha lis Fee. J9.?Ik Fruity?Martin M ?4rms<i oit? vs. i'd rardJl. S. Jlaultnbtik and Elrutkrrai U- Cumttoik.?This (u a bill tiled ou the Fquity ??de of Ihi* Court against he defendant* for having violated u pAteut right granted o the complainant, for cleaning and polismog table iirive* and cutlery. The cane had been submitted in arniment to the Court, and yeiterday the < ourt gave the iecuiun, granting the injunction nought lor by the com. plamuut, ientraining the defendants iroin muhing, nianuactuiing, telling, or olfering to tell the machine* lor cleaning and polishing cutlery, for which the complainant hulls a patent. John t ook, tor complainant. A. Critt, for defendants. Fkioav, Maiich l ? Immediately ou the opening of tlie Court, Mr. llura mas, the U. S Attorney, io*e and ?aiJ :? " The Court ure aware of the melancholy inleiJjguiiee yesterday received fioin Washington?a calamity hy which the most distinguished of our laud?the most a stlinahle ol our citizens, ami the mutt gallant of our navy, were auddeuly huined Irum lite to death. There is no business ol a pra-ssing character la-lore the Court; and it would he more in accordance with my own feelings, connected as I, and the other officers ol the Court ate with the State Department, to retrain lrom proceeding with public business to-day. J would, theretoie, mote that the Court do adjourn. The Cot'Hi acquiesced in the pro|msilion, and inquil ed of the Bar If there was any objection to the proposal ol .Mr. Hoffman. Mr. Sil'btn ivt said, he was sure that the Bar desired the adjournment proposed,;and cheertully seconded the resolution. i lie < uui i w un.iuen ai i j u u i uuiil ll - \. 411. uu suiuiToy morning. Court, of Common Flea*. IJefore Judge I lshoelfer. March 1.? Klizabrih Itai.n, JCxteuiru, vs. Slrphtn King>land.?This was an action 01 trespass. The plaintiff in the executrix of her deceased husband. The defendant in creditor of the estate, and liait issued out oi the Superior Court a warrant of execution, which he placed in the hunds ofu deputy sheriM to levy ou the properly. J im deputy called at thu houae of tno plahitilf, who was udacnt, and without let or hinderance, entered the purhn and took uu inventory ol the property. The proceedings under which thu levy was made, being irieguiai, was set aside with coats It la required by statutes, that previous to levying an execution ou the pru|ierty ol a deceased person, an order shall be given by the Surrogate. This was neglected in this instance, and consequently the lev y was void. There waa no removal ol piopeitv, nor w as any special damage sustained by the levy , hut action it taken to recover damages lor the injury sustained in leet iugs and standing in society by sucn a levy. J'he defence contended that the right of action lay against the othcer who levied, and not against thu defendant, as he had levied on the liersonul property ol the plaintill", and not oa the property of which the deceased, dunng liis lifetime was possessed of. The Court charged that u was hut a mere technical trespass. If an officer makes a levy, and does not remove any of the property, nor yet exact any security, he is nevertheless liable to action, il it can be shown that he exercised an act ol ownership over it. It is no protection to set tip that the execution under which the levy waa made, was informal and void, as such an execution is to be considered us not in being at all. The jury was first to determine whether the plaintiff had established the (act, that an entry been effected without consent,that is,without license. 11'the jdajutitl allowed the officer to enter, then the defendant is entitled to a verdict. If the execution was void, then the defendant hud no license to enter. The deftndaut is liable for the act of his agent, in levying under a void execution, whether the property was owned or not by the deceased, the plaintill' was in the possession of such property. The amount of damages was a proper consideration lor the jury, yet the damages should be merely nominal, us there wus no evidence of actual and specific loss. And it w ould not I ? proper to mulct the defendant heavily, unless there was proof that he had acted maliciously, and contrary to hit knowledge of right. Thu Jury ititumed a verdict of six cents damages. Kor plaintilf, Mr. ( larksou ; for defendant, Mr. Clinton I)e Witt. Charleston Races ?The following is the result of the third day's races of the Washington Course:?3 Mile lieuts-Sally Morgan, 1 1; Champiou, 3 3; Brown Stout, 3 3; Mary Elizabeth and Clurindon, in the Kuck, Ilinp mare and Hibiscus were distanced the first heat. The race was a handsome one, between the three first named horses, and gave satisfaction, although Sully Morgan had the heels?but having them she made fine spoit. Time, 1st heat, 3m 43s; 'id do, ( 4s. We wrro inclined to think the id heat w as run in shorter time than the first. 3d llsce?i Mile Heats?Taglioni, 1; Zoe, 3. Alter the first heat, the race was given up, and the spect.itois departed, well pleased with the weather und the result of Sally Morgan's performance. The following is the result ol the lourth day's races over the Washington Course. Handicap 3 Mile fleets?Mr. Williamson s itegcm, 4 year* otu, nr.- ins, i i; ourne ^ Perry's b f Lucy Abbot, 4 year* old, 9" lbs, 3 bioke down: Col. Singleton'* I) 1 byniotiy . 3yuri old,t?7 lbs, 2 broke down ? rime, 1st beat, 6 62?2d heat, 0 67. Second race, boat a in 6, weight < in first day. Mr. Williamson a cli 1 Marchioness, I I 1; Ceo. M. ( alia'* b m Nancy how land, 2 2 2; Mr. Miukler'* bk tilly (iinh, 3 3 3 Time, 1st litut, 1 63?2d heat, 1 61?Charietlun Patriot, f'tb. 28. Jackson Races?Wednesday, Feb. 14.?Jockey Club Purse $150?Two miles and repeat. L. Cocli'sch h Vagrant, by Trustee, dam imported Vagcr, t year* old,(Milton,) 2 1 1; J. 8. Brian, (shegog v French's) r 1 Heveree, 3 years old, by Ainderby, dam by Giles Scroggins, 1 2 3; W. F. Dillon's b m Miss Bailey, 4 years old, by Mermon, dam by Burtrand, 3 3 2. Time, 3j4J,:1 66, 3 67Thursday.?Jockey Club Purse <>300?Three Mile Heats?L. Loch's b in Sally Hhannon, 4 years old, by Woodpecker, dam by Ueitrand, (Milion.) I 1; J. K. Done, (Shrgug k French's,) h m; Ann Hayes, 3 years old, by Leviathan, dam by Pacific, 2 2; J. S. Brien, (O. Coffin's,) s 1 Polly Kills, 6 years old, by Trustee, dam by Ogles Ascar, dis. This wss an intereating race and well contested. Polly Ell s let down in the second mile. I am not informed what the time was?it was a last race. I will give it iu my report of the next races.?AT, O. Tropic, f-'th. 21. < Ihcsnu rrivit Fip.k.?A lire broke out at TerreHiatc, Intl., on the Mb u11., in ilie Mteuivt i? rfc house of Joseph Miller, which, before it was subdued, destroyed property to the amount of more than $26 000. Jacob D Early (w ilh eastern partners) Inst 14,000 hams, 12,000 shuuiders, and 10,(KM) sides - estimated at some $20,000. Alexander Met iregor lost about half of 600 hogs, cured in various ways?say $700 Mr. Joseph Miller, in buildings of various kinds (including dwelling house) not less than $6000. Mr. Hteenbarger, of Lafayette, lost a small lot ol pork. In the buildings, beside the above, Mr. Dudley, (of Ohio) Mr. Hanford. (of Illinois) and Mr. Mat lock, (of Putnam 4county,) had large quantities of pork, hut all was saved. Firk at .St. Cathkkinks.?Wc learn from a gentleman who came in Irom rauuda last evening, tlut several buildings located in a central portion of St. < atharines were destroyed by fire a night or two since.? Hnfiato Jldvcrtiitr, Ftb. 28. StriciDE in PtilLADitLPiiiA.?Last evening, Hohinson Gordon, of Dayton, Ohio, who wan taken to the Hospital, 1 aving made an attempt on his lite at the Merchant's Hotel, died about It o'clock. The deceased came to his death whilst in a state of mental derangement. ?Pliiludtlplua Timet, Man U 1. Prizk Fight in Nkw Orleans.?One ol these disgraceful affairs came oiryesterday, 26 miles below the city, in the Parish of rlaquemine. The lisriies were Tom O'DosineU, who resides here, and Bill Ford, who we understand is from New York. They taught lor $600 aside. After hammi i nig away at each other during Hi rounds, O'Donnell, who wo understand, had the advantnge throughout, wus declared the victor. A large number of person* woro present, who wero conveyed to the ground iu three steamlioata which ware chartered for the purpose ?Afar Orb-ant Tropic Frit. 21. Tiik Li mber Trade of Banqo*.?We learn from the Danger <>a7.ette, that the amount of saw h1 lumber and timber shipped from Bangor last year wir, Boards, IIa,OOd.UoO feet ; Timber, 8,000 tona. a greater umniint than tins been shipped any preceding year, excepting the year IS4U, when it wan about the lame The v.iin?* of the export* in lumber last season does nut probably lall short of >l,.'iO(l,(IOO. Judicial Quarrel.? Ihe Quebec naper* mention u disagreeable' circumstance whicn look place on tho bench at lfuc-!>er. between the Chief Justice and bulge Panel. It in said that the t hiet interrupted Judge Panel, when delivering n judgment in a esse, in which the lormer differed from the minority on the bench, en<l applied the term " tin arrogant" to hi colleague Judges I'anetand liedard left the bench and retired, it is, howi ver, denied that Hir James made use of the words at all. We forbear comment, as the farts may have been incorrectly reported. disntrmninti Casualty in >iriv<;fiki,p ?On Monday afternoon a maiden lady by the name of Miss Lucretia Bliss, aged 60 years, was thrown frotn a sleigh and died Irom injuries received in about an hour. She was u pious and estimable lady . Hotlon pafnr. McKENNYH BLEACJIINU HALTS-mo f'.ssks fr.?h, Intelv Inniletl; sud a supply of U'.ialily i'|ua| In anv in th" market, slwsy. on leu d sod lor Ml* on Istoi di e term, by CJfcOKOE McBRIDE, Jr., fiW Im'rr >11 edar itirn. WYCKoFRS DININO SALOON. IT may not b? geaerally known te merchant* and bestir.* nil, ehn srs obliged to tatr du.ntr or luncli in tl.e l<?t>r pail of ihe city, that lor a mis net they may a ?n ry ol good .utiiuntial meets, It-, ia the basement, corner ol' I'uieand Nassauitreeti Mr. Wick (That had charge of line est*lib.line-lit for snms in >nths, and it is not too much t - uv he l as given nniye sal sattsfsclmn. lie famishes tl -gsnl Do ners at auy price, according to the demands of tlie ic nsurrm. But in acrordanct with the wishes of those wito would com blue < coiiomv end plenty, lie liu adopted the " Mix uny Plate System " and if calls mi this line are uain-rom, a mm < .n make money eyeu at this rit-. Try Mr. Wyckoff once, and a return to the same place is rertain. R*> It* re LITHOfiltAPHY. OU8INE88 CARDS and t irrulsrs, Maps, Plan., Machine * * ry, Landscapes, Ar< hilectnrd Elevations, 4tc , Ac., s.nhographed -a t I'riuted, on moderate term", si E. JON Eh' Lithographic K.rahlishnv nt. fit lm*rc I2? Kulton street. New York. _ P' MRS ELIZA L DU PONT, niece of John Rnnholm, H B. M Dockyard, Bermiul*. Will call on ' -cker fx Lightbenm, 18 Broad, she will hem of J?* to Irr advantage. 0?lWrC A