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THE NEW YORK. HERALD. Vol? XI?y No* 55?iV^holc Ro? 4U17? NEW YORK. TUESDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 25, 1845. Price .Two Cents. THE NEW YORK HERALD AGGREGATE CIRCULATION THIRTY-FIVE THOUSAND. THE GREATEST IN THE WORLD. To tbf Public. THE NEW YORK HERALD?Daily Newspaper?pub lished every day of the year except New Year's Day and Fourth of July. Price 1 cents per copy?or V 18 per annum?postages paid?cash in advance. THE WEEKLY HERALD?published every Saturday morning?price 6X cents per copy, or $1 12 per annum?post ages paid, cash in advance. ADVERTISERS are informed that the circulation of the Herald is over THIRTY-FIVE THOUSAND, and increasing fast It hat the largett circulation of any paper in thil city, or the world, and, it, therefore, the betl channel for hutinett men in the city or country. Prices moderate?cash in advance. PRINTING of all kinds executed at the most moderate price, tad in the most elegant style. JAMES GORDON BENNETT, Proprietor op the Herald Establishment, Northwest comer of Fulton and Nassau streets. TO LET?Two Stores beauiifully situated, in the new building, (now nearly complete) ou the ni-thwesterly corner of Broadway and 1 trade street, (known as the La Farce Buildings ) Also, a large and convenient Basement, well calculated for an Oystrr Saloon. Itc. Also, several convenient Stores in the second story, suitable for Merchant Tailors, Fashionable Milliners, Dressmakers, he. together with a variety of Rooms in the 2d, 3d, 4th, and 5th stories, suitable for Olfices. Private Pa-lors with folding doors, Pantries and Bedrooms attached ; with Rooms suitable for Dentists, Tainieis, Daguerreotypes and Exhibition Rooms, he. Those iiersons wanting rooms of the above description, are re quested to call and examine the same. Enquire on the premise.. fl3 lin'rc ~ VERY DESIRABLE LOTS FOR SALE.?Kiv ' Lots on the southerly side of 13th street, near 5th avenne ."iv Lou on the northerly side of 13th street, between 6th audTtli avenues, with court yards in front, and in the midst of elegant improvements. Three Lots on the southerly eide of Hth street, between the 6th aud 7lb avenues, in ail improving neighborhood. Two Lou ou the southerly side of Hth street, near the tth avenue. Four l.ou on the easterly side of7th avenue, between 12thand 13th streets, with cellars partly dugout. Fi'.e Lots on the uortherly side of 39th street, between the lit and, 2nd avenues, ovolookiug the city and East River. The whole amount may remain on mortgage, if improved, and 70 per cent if not improved. O. H. WINTER, jWlm*ec 16 Wall street ? TO LET OK LEASE.?A large two story brick Houre, on the southwesterly comer of the Bloomiugdale road and 40th street, with sufficient ground whereon to erect a manufactory, which will be built if required. Also, a two story frame Cottage, House, and five LoU, on the northwesterly corner of the Bloomiugdale road and 40th street, with a workshop, stable, barn, kc. The house will be painted and pur in good fence ana repair, with a court yard in front, on the Bloomiugd ? lr road. Also, 8 LoU adjoining on the Bloomiugdale road, running through to the 7th avnnue and 41st street, suitable for a tiorist or manufacturer. Buildings will be erected if required. Also, a Lot in 30th street, between the 7th and 8lh avenues, to lease. O. H. WINTER, j26 lm?cc 16 Wall street. TO LET?The large three story and attic Brick Dwelling House, situated ou the north-easterly corner of _?ine Seveuth Avenue and Thirteenth sticet, with a fine garden, Croton water, kitchen ranges, marble mantels, sliding aoora, he , and in an improving neighborhood. Rent low to a good tenant. A! so? Four three story and attic Brick Houses, with Stores underneath, on the easterly side of Sixth Avenue, between Twelfth and Thirteenth ilieeu, with sliding doors, marble mantels, Croton water, he., suitable for respectable families in moderate circumstances. Also?Five three story Brick Houses, of a similar kind,on the easterly side of Greenwich Lane or Avenue, near the Eighth Avenue, and opposite the large square. Also?The three story Brick House, with a Store underneath, on the easteily side or the Eighth Avenue, between 13th and Hth streeu, with marble mantels, sliding doors, Croton water, he. All of the above Stores are excellent stands for business, and are suitable for dry goods and fancy-goods, ladies' shoe stores, china and enrthenware, ' hardware, jewelry, millinery, con fectionary, he. The Stores, with the front basement-room, will be rented se parate from the dwelling parts if required, theie being covered areas in front for fuel, Sic. G. H. WINTER. fll lm*rc 16 Wall street. Jfgk TO LET?1The Bulkhead, or Water Front,from War TjjjW reu street '_o Chambers street, (about 200 feet,) now oceu JaaULl'ied as t'ne New burg Landing. The fourstoiy 8tore.No. 114 warren ??.jeet. One of the i^ew Building , between Wash ington and (Vest streets. The superior three story Brick Honse occupied oy H, J. Cochran, Esq ,on Tenth Avenue nrar22d street; n^ts mahogany donra, plated furni'iire,Croton water, he. TO" SALF. OR TO LET?The Mansion and Farm at Gov.anus. L. I , about three miles from the South Ferry. The H'.,use it fifty feet sqnsre, five stories, and a superior cellsr. roof r.-opper?d, inahoiany doors, plated furniture, he. The hall aud stain Italian marble. Tins building ia near the water, and ia without equal as to situation iu the United States. It will ac commodate fifty or sixty persons. The Farm is eighty acres?a frout on the Bay of one thousand feet, and a front on each side of Third Avenue. It is iu the Eighth Ward of the City of ilronklyii, and laid out in 1060 Building Lots, aud there are many Bi.ild'iig Sites ou this property. The laud is the beat ou Long Island for early vegetables, and can realize five thousand dollars per auiium, if attended to by an experienced gardener. ALSO, FOR SALE?The Beunet Farm, at GowanUs, about 200 Lots fronting on Third and Fourth A venues and the street leading to the Greenwood Cemetery. The Lo'a will be sold at low prices and long eredit, and money loaned to those that build immediately. Apply to JOHN V. DELAPLA1NE, DO 'm*rc No 7 New street, New York. STEAM POWER?Ituoins 10 let with Steam Power. Apply at K. HOE It CO.. f!8 3wtc 29 and 81 Gold street. TO SECRET SOCIETIES. TO LE I*?From lit May next, the large Room in the t upper ?tory of houss corner of East Broadway and Ca _Ltharine stieet, fitted up for a Iodic ? room. Can be iren ? em 2>? and 5 o'clock, T. M. For farther partica lari enquire of E. SPIER,51 Catharine etreet, or of J Hf.CHT, 38 He- ry a'.reet. f21 lm*m FOR. SALE. A BEAUTIFUL FARM, limited in the town of IMdHEastcheiter, cout-iuing leventy aim of Rood tilablr and ^wd^grais laud. .The Hooae ii in perfect order and conveuient lv arranued for a large family. Said Farm ia divided by the I Hist road running to New Uochelle and Marmarroneck, and rani down to Eastcheiter Creek, where there ia fine baas and trout tishiug in their aeaaon. The out buildings are all in good order, and there is good stabling for twelve horses. The whole place is well wairiedand on the premises is a beautiful r ishnond. There are two churches within aquarter of a mile of said place, and stagesjMss twice a day by the home, to intersect the New Yotk and Harlem Railroad at William's Bridge, whirh is with in three miles of said premises. There is an abundance of Fruit on said premises, which, was selected by the present owner wth great carr. The distauce from City Hall, New York, is scant sixteen mi' is Possession can be had by the 1st of April, and any inform tiou concerning said proper!?, can be had on the premises. Also, ad mining said property, forty acres of first rate Land, with a good Stone House on it, with Barn and Stabb a connected, possessing rhe same advantages as the above seveutv acres. The said forty acres will be sold seperntely, or the Farms to gether (making in all 110 acres) to suit the jmrchas-r. Apply to J. W J xNEWAY. No. 12 City Hail Place, or to ISAAC ANDERSON, on the premises, or to fe3 lm'rc WM. H. HICKS, No. 20 Wall street. FOR SALE?A va'uable Farm, forming a part of the (tract known as Morrisama. situa'ed on the Harlem river, ? in the county ol Westchester, consisting of one hundred and ten acres of land, prope-ly fenced and in good order. Upon the Kami there is a commodious modern built Mansion House, With a garden, stable and all necessary apprndsges, suitable for ii gentl. man's country residence. There are also upon the Farm two Farm Houses, and all necessary ont buildings. Also, s valuable mill site and water power, and an orchard. The said F'arin is very accessible from the city, being withm nine miles of the City llall, witn the privilege of a free hrioge across the Harlem liver. The cars of the flarlam Railroad run within half a mile of the house. For terms and further particul <rs in quire h tween 12 and 3 P. M. of H. M. MORRIS, j 18 lm*rc II Pine street, second story. TO LET. AT FORDHAM. WESTCHESTER CO., N Y. A LARUE and convenient Cottage, formerly occupied / Thus. Bass ford, with a Garden. *nd Fiuit Trees of Bevery desert' tion. adjoining?situated within two or three, rd yards of St. John's College. The New York ana Har lem Railroad Cart run to and from New York sis times a day. Apply at 479 Pearl street, New York. f|9 lm*re R EAL ESTATE FOR SALE, anuM ABOUT FIFTY ACRES of choice Laud in the 8th Kw| Ward, in the city of Brooklyn, fronting the New York ^?ta-Bay, and commanding a beautiful prospect. The situa tion is highly picturesque. Enquire of JOHN S. BEROEN, on thr preoiisea. ja29 lm-re NEW YORK AND HARLEM RAILROAD COMPANY. WINTER ARRANOEMEN'l On and after October 28, the cars will run as follows :? Leaving City Hall for Harlem, (125th st,) Morritiania, ford ham. William's Bridge, Hunts Bridge, Underbill's Road, Tucliahoe. Hart's Corners and White Plains. 7.30 A. M., 10.30 A. >M., I P. M. and 3.30 P. M. Leases Williams' Bridge for City Hall 0.45 A. M ..11.43 A. M., 2 40 P. M..4.45P. M. Leaves Tnckahnefor City Hall 8 25 A. M., 11.25 A.M..193 P.M., 4.25 P .11 Leaves White Plain, for City Hall 8 A. M., 11 A. M., I.3M T. M., 4 P. M. Freight traius will leave City Hall at |U 45 M. I wave White Plains at 8 A. M. Thr Westcliestar Train will stop only, after leaving the City Hall, it the corner of Broome st. and trie Bowery. Vauihall Gar den and 27th street. An Extra Car, will precede each Train tan minutes before the time of starting from the City Hall, and will lake up passengers along the litre. Extra llarlem and Merisiania Trains, for Morrisi&nia and in termediate places. Leave Citv Hall for Harlem and Morrisiania,7 A. M., 9 A. M , 1 P. V.. 4.30 P. M. Leave Morriaiamn for City llall, 8 A. M., 10 A. M., 3 P. M., 3.30 r. M. By order of the Board, _ul8 3m*nrc W. B. CARMAN, Secretary. LONG ISLAND RAIL-ROAD COMPANY. winter arrangement: Trains run as follows, commencing Dec. 14th, 1044 :? Irene Brooklyn, at half-past T A. M., (New York side 7 A. M.) Boston Train for Greenport,daily, Bun days excepted, stopping at Farming dais and 8t (Lorge's Manor. " at 9)4 A. M tor Hicksville and intermediate places, daily; and on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, through to Oreenport and m termedisite places. " " at 3H P. M. for Hicksville and intermediate placet, daily, Sundays excepted. L?*re Greenport for Brooklyn, Boston Train, st 1 P. M., or on the arrival of tire steamers dtily, Sundays ex cepted, stopping at St. George's Manor and Fsimiiigdafe. M " at 9 A. M., Accommodation Train, for Brooklyn and intermediate places, on Mon days, Wednesdays and Fridays. From Hicksville for Brooklyn and intermediate placet daily, Sundays excepted, at 7 A. M. and IK P. M. [T7"*NO TtiAIN On Aundays.^ji Mondays, ) I Tnesatys, i Wednesdays, > Via Norwich. I Thursdays, > Via Bton'gtoa Fridays, 7 I Saturdays, > Ii29 3mre HEMP.?5eo bales snpermr dew rot ll-inp, for sale in lots to suitpurchasors.by E. K. COLLINS ICO., ? run M Souths NATIONAL HOTEL, Wo. 5 Courtlandt street mid 87 Liberty street, NEW YOKK, Three Door* from Broadway. THit NEW HOTEL will be opened ou the 20th inst, when 1 ihe Proprietor* will be happy to accommodate their friends and the public with boird. Th* Lodxinit Rooms are lam11 aud airy, and the internal arrangements aiicnas cannot fail to please. i he location b* iuff in the centre of business, it offers induce ments to merchants from other cities and the country, not aur pas*ed by any other House in this city. The Furniture. Beds and Bedding, are all new aud made ex pressly for this establishment. Kami lies who wish Parlors and Sleeping Rooms attached.can he handsomely accommodated The tubaciikeri assure their friends aud the public, lhat no efforts on their part ahall be wanting to aecure the comfort and convenience of their gnesta, and while they aolicit a share of their patronage, they hope, by uoceas'iig attention, to the duties of their vocation, to give en tire satisfaction. CHARLES WVCKOh K St CO. f-7 ,m*rc TO THE PUBLIC. NEW YORK. February 10, 1015. THE SUBSCRIBER would most rei|>ectfully announce to ?I. hit friends aud the travelling community in general, that he has recently leased the UNITED STATES HOTEL, and is fully prepared to entertain all who may favor him with their patronage. Having been for the past sixteen years engaged in the above capacity, he haa no heaitation in saying that all favora ex tended to him by the public will be duly appreciated, and every ?ntisiaction rendered to the gueata who may feel dia)>osed to pa tronize him. P. 8.?In order to keep pace with the times, he is warranted to ehauge the price for board per day from $1 50 to (1 25, hoping at the same time, it will meet the full and umjua 11 < tied approba tion of the travelling public. H. JOHNSON, United States Hotel, corner of Kultnn, fl2 3w*r* Pearl aud Water streets, New York. ST. GEORGE HOTEL. No. 61 Broadxvny, New York. (Next Block below Trinity Church, and uear Wall street.) fpHE subscribers, lessees and proprietors of the above well a. known establishment, having recently taken it for a term of years, flatter themselves, that they are now ready to meet the wishes of their friends and patrouaby supplying them with every comfort and convenience which a place like this can possibly afford The rooms of the honae are large, airy and commodious: and have been, but lately, fitted up with new aud elegant furni ture. The domestics are attentive, respectful and obedient-the ta ble abundantly supplied with all the snbstantials and luxuries of good living?the cellar contains an ample atore of the choicest Wines and Liquors?and the beds aud bedding, throughout the house, are consttntly kept in a clean and healthful condition. Having availed themselves of these and many other advanta ges and accommodations, so important to a public house, the proprietors not only deem it a duty; but, also, take pleasure in thns announcing it to travellers and the public in general. And. while endeavoring to please, although they do not pretend to smile at competion, yet they are determine I, by assidnons at tention to the wants of their guests, an# tna moat reasonable charges, that, thoie who come to their h use ahall not meet with disappointment; and, that, those wig go away shall not experi ence dissatisfaction. JOHN H. MORE, PETER TYLEH. New York, Feb. 1, 1845. f4 lin'rrc DR. LARDNER, CONSULTING ENGINEER. A CARD.?The Public is informed, that Dr. LARDNER xa. continue* the uracnca of business aa a Consulting Engi gineer, winch be followed on an extensive scale for many year* in England and France. Inventors, patentees, manuiactnrers, merchants, and others engaged in the arts and manufactures, may consult him on matters requiring the application of the principles of practical science. Certificates and opinions on the validity aud usefulness of new inventions and processes in the art*. Report* on disputed questions aud doubtful points, ex perimental investigations, with a view to the discovery or test ing of improved processes, will be supplied or undeiuken when required. Office No 81 Spruce street, New Yorw All Business Letters must be post-paid, and to prevent time being lost by frivolous applications, all applicant* will be ex pected to pay a retaining lee of $10 before consults'ion. u22 Imrc ARCHITECTURE. * PRED. SCHMIDT begs leave to inform his friends and the " public, that he haa removed his office from 192 Broadway to 18 Wall st, where persons desirous of building are invited to ex amine a selection of original and tasteful designs, from the Cct cage upward* to theextensive Villa or Mansion, in all the various style* of architecture; and where he is prepared to furnish Dans, Drawings, Specifications, Estimates ana Contracts for Build ings of every description, and superintends the erection thereof. )a30 lm*rc FRENCH LANGUAGE ON THE ROBERT SONIAN METHOD. A NEW COURSE of lesions in French, according to the system of Robertson, will be given by Mr. EDMOND DU BUIS8UN, A. M.,at98 Leonard at., commencing on Monday, 17th inatant, at 9 o'clock, P. M. This syaiem, so well known in Europe, will be explained br the Professor. Persons wi.hing to learn the French, or their friends, are res[>ectfully invited to attend. Mr. Edmond du Buiison having been engaged in giving instructions in French for* number ot years at M. C. Coudert a school, and for the past year at M. U. Le Row's collegiate school at New Brighton, would respectfully re.fer to those gentlemen, both in regard to qualification and character. All information in the meauliine inay be obtained at.kit residence, 400 Broadway. A New Courie for Ladies will be opened ou th* same day, at 10 o'clock, A. M. ? ? Rsrixxacti. M. M TeLaforest, French Con sul General. W. B. Draper, 97 Beaver sL * E. Fabreqnr ttcs,61 Maiden lane. K. Logan, Esq., 4 New St. K. Rowley, Esq., 40 Nassau st Rev. Dr. John Power, 19 Bar clay street. Dr. Porter, 1 Barclay st. Dr. Cross man, 400 Broadway W. H. Cary k Co., 126 Pearl st. C. C. Carter It Co., 178 do. Berard Jt Mondou, 21 Court land st. M. Melly, 92 Mai dsn Lane 17 2w*re TO THE DAGUERR1AN ARTISTS. FA. ARTAULT, Importer of French Daguerreotype ma ? terials and manufacturer of Morocco Casta, offers (or tale at the following cheap prices? Best quality of French Plates, No. 40, (medium) $3 doseu. Fine Morocco Cases with white glass and line borders, $3 Hz. Go'd quality of Daguerreotype Apparatus, including the in struction, all complete and warranted, $90. Acromatic Glasses, from $3 to $19. All the Chemicals used in the Daguerreotype process, cheap. F. A. Artault haa received by (lie last steamship, the salt of gold for gilding the pictures, the new substance for polishing plates in two min <tes. and the beautiful process of Mr. Fizean for reproducing the Daguerreotype Portraits on engraved plates, and to draw on pa|?r an unlimited number. If you are fona of the progress in this beautiful art, please to call at the Lafayette Bazaar, 149 Broadway, cor. of Liberty at. ja28 Im'rc CHEAP DAGUERREOTYPE PORTRAITS. IVA R8. H. 8HANKLAN D,Daguerreotype Artist,having taken ?"1 since two yaars more than 1W.0U0 portraits, and being well known for taking the best style of portraits, respectfully informs her friends and customers and the public, that she gives a beau ful Daguerreotype likeness, including a fine morocco case or a frame, for only one dollar. Being always well patronized, and her customers increasing eTery day. she has, for their conve nience, enlarged her establishment, by two Daguerreotype rooms to the Lafayette Bazaar, 149 Broadway, and by a branch of her establishment, 23^ Broadway, third story, front room. No 1, opposite the ark Fountain Portraits taken from 8 in the morning to S in the evening, any weather, cloudy or sfrmy. Remember, only one dollar, (best style) including case or frame jj8 lra'rrc DAGUERREOTYPE GENERAL FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT, EXCHANGE BUILDING, PHILADELPHIA. UHE SUBSCRIBERS beg leave to inform the Daguerreotype I Artists, that they have considerably enlarged their conoec tions throughout the Union, the West Indies, South America ind Europe. They have also made arrangements to be supplied with every new article used in the Daguerreotype Art. They have lately received a large supply of voigtlaender's celebrated Cameras, consisting of three different sixes, for the sale of which they are appointed Agents. Alse, a supply of best Plates and Chemicals, either for Daguerreotype or Calotype, made to their especial order. Cases ofall sizes, the best Policing Substances, and every other article used for the Dagnerreotype, constantly on hand. Their long connection with the Dagner reotype Art and their aueoesa in taking pictures, may serve as a recommendation and reliance. Daguerreotype Artists, by ordering articles from any part of the above named countries, may de|<eud upon a prompt sad satisfactory ?xe~ution of their orsuri. Their prices are caah. Prices Current and inforinatson may be obtained by addressing (post-paid) to H. Ik F LANGENHEIM, Exchange Building, Philadelphia. fl3 lm*ec THE PICTORIAL NEWS ROOM, No. 22 CATHEHINE STREET, BETWEEN EAST BROADWAY AND HENRY STREET. HH A WKE8, having fitted up a Parlor as a General New* ? Room, under the above title, will be happy to see his friends, and hopes by nttcntion to business to merit a con tinuance of the favors so liberally bestowed since he lias been in the public line. The room furnished with New York and Old Country Pa pers regularly. The Bar supplied with choice Wines and Spirits, fine flavor ed Began, and fine Pale Als, Ike- j23 lm*ec SMOKEY CHIMNEYS. GOODWIN'S ROMAN CF.MENT CHIMNEY POTS ST .T*sf ^.*,T PaXVEWTAT'VCS rou Sufoacv Chimvkys ?i "Paired and warranted tight. Gothic and Orna mental Chimney Pots from Drawings. 8ic. ryJwTOTai!fresh,in lot* to suit purchasers. n.?v? ? fi ' , ',B >" suit purcnaser to'a J^est Broadway. n??r Chambers street, fl 2taw2m*re SWORD EXERCISE. Yt "HAMILTON, baling entered into an arrangement with 1*1 MR. FULLER, for the use of the Large Room of hit r umr "! tne i.arge Room ol nia Gymnasium, No. 2# Ann street, and also the Military Hall, Bowery, most respeetfnlly announces to the public that he in lands commencing a Class for lha Sword Exercise, in all its branches?American and French, suds as Small and Broad Sword Exercise, and also Cane Exercise. Mr. H has been for several years engaged as Teacher of the Sword in the United States Army. N. B.?Volunteer Companies wishing to become perfect in either Musket or Artillery Drill, mn be taught the sams on the most moderate terms, by application to the advertiser, II Ann street, to ('apt. Smith, Military Hall, or Mr. Fuller. f 15 Im m LOOKING GLASS PLATES. , No. I Bank street. pjANUNEfcOSTHJEIMEU, Importers, , 1 * Philadelphia, have received by late arrivals, a full assort ?" rnuadalphia, Iwve received by late arrivals, a (nil assort ment of Looking Glass Plates, from 9 bv 7 to to by 20; Polished Plate W indow Glees, from ll by 12 to 60 by 40. Also, e com * ~ " laiuxjyw (IlUlj iroin III Dy U IU W ?y 1W. Ai?<h VI/III plete assortment of Toilet Glasses, Spectacles, Snuff Boxes. gW.OjWii together with a variety of other German and r*lt?h Goods, which they offer on the most favorable tenne. J*20 lm'shi ,TT,??vivMnE?IC.AN HAIR DYE' yy AititKNTKD, if strictly spphed according to directio I afrom othff c?l?r to a bwmtif skimTike otherT3air*ByesC *''b?ut or irritating ( PgPuPuTl>",,ypb'r JAYNE. No 20 South Third stre. fcnd IwSi.rftti 8o" by the Agents, A. B It Sand. Druggists, No. 79 Vniton street, *78 Broadway, 77 El ?roadway. jaj im?ni TABLEAU AND FANCY BALL QGSTUMES?The only Coatume Wamhouse, whom l.adi y and Gentlemen can be completely equipped for Masqueradi Tableant, or Fancy Hulls, is at 58 PRINCE STREET, , .. ? _ Near Niblo'a Garden Costumes lor Parties of tllly or one hundred persons, sent hire to any part of the United States Letters promplv attent ?? JU |m*r TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS REWARD. ttinno KK WAKD-Th? Store of MESSRS. COFk IN. flUUVJ BRADLEY b CO., No, 41 Exrhauge Place, having been art on fire on Saturday night, the 18th inatant, the undersigued, a Committee of the Insurance Coinpani?, which had I'o iciei on the good* in laid store, hereby offer a reward of One Thousand Dollars, for such evidence as shall lead to the detection and conviction of the incendiary or incendiaries. New Vork, February 12th, 1&I5. LAMBERT SUTDAM, President u iiuitable Insurance Co. JNO. BROUWER, President East River Mutual In.?. Co. A. O HAZARD. Agent of the -T.tna and Protection lua. Co., of Hartford, Con. ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS REWARD?We. the ?ubacriheri, offer One Thousand Dollars, in addition to the re ward on-red by the Insurance Companies, es ahove stated. I'n'rc COFFIN, BRADLEY 8c CO. TO RAIL ROAD COMPANIES rPIMF' PATENT CAR BOX. for Rail road Journals.?The A proprietors of 1 ims Pateut Car Boa respectfully call the attention of Railroad Companies, Car Manufacturers, and all others interested, as the proprietors ituarautee their ability to run 4000 iniles at least, without renewing ihe oil, and to beep the oil and wearing parts clean and free from dust and dirt, aud Mm keep the oil iu the box, aud is not liable to get out of order with reasonable rare, being constructed with a view to this in particular, and thereby is a great saving to stockholders and all others concerned They have appointed Cornelius Kanonse, of Jersey City, their agent, to whom application can be made for rignt, and manufacturing them in any quantity, and will be attended to imme liately bv the abjve, or the undersigned proprietors. January 11th, 1845. TIMS, HILL & BUODY. j26 lin'ec LASTS, LEATHER AND FINDINGS. HAVING been awarded ihe Diploma at the late Fair of the American Institute, for the best Lasts, 1 am piepared to furnish an article of Lasts which canuot be surpassed iu this or auy other city in the Uuited States. Sole aud Upper Leather of all kinds, Black and Colored Mo rocco aud Kid Skins, with Deer, Goat and Lamb Skin Bind ings, Shoe Threads, Listings Galloons, Sheetings, Linen and Lrath-r Linings, Boot Cord and Webs, Boot Trees, Hammers, Pincrs, Awls and Tacks, with a full assortment of Sho? makers' Tools, of the most approved patterns, cheap for cash. WARREN 8. WILKEY, 295 Spriug street, between Greenwich and Washington streets. New Vork. N. B.?The Greenwich Line of Stages pass within a block of the store. f20 I in* in JACKSON. STACEY & SMITH, MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS of Pen.lPoekM "A and Table Cutlery, Razors, Scissors, Files, Saws, Tools, asd other descriptions of Sheffield Goods? jatl Jin?m No It PLATT *TTIK1ET,(Up Stairs. SIX BARREL SELF-COCKING ANDREVOLVINGPISTOLS BLUNT & SYMS, No- 44 Chatham street, 1VXANUFACTURER8 of the above article have now a enm J'A plete assortment ready for the Spring trade, which they of fer at reduced prices. They would invite the attention of mer chant* and dealers to their assortment, to the manufacture of which, they have paid personal attentiou, and from the increased quantity they are making, can sell them lower than before of Also?Guns of their own manufacture, as well asevery van ety of imported Guns and implements, iu quantities to aait pnr chaser*, at exceedingly low prices. flC tci'm TO TAILORS. rpHE Second Edition of Stinemet's celebrated work on cm A ting garments of every description in a style of elegance un equalled, is now published and ready for delivery. Those who desire to avail themselves of the great advantages to he derived from the use of the instructions it contains, would do well to obtain a copy withont delay. The book is 12 by IT inches square, and contains 17 elegant diagrams of all the vanous styles of garments worn at the present day, with full a id ample instruc tions for cuttiug in an easy and scientific manner. The follow ing are a few of the many highly respectable names who testify to the merits of the book :? The nudersigned being practically acquainted with Mr. Stine met's Treatise on Cutting Garments, with pleasure recommend it as a work complete in its arrangements, and in its practical ap plication to cutting, superior to any heretofore published, either in Enrol* or Amenca. P. Henry 8t Son, Daniel Cutter. Staats 8c Banker, Charles Cox. E. W. Trypn It Co., B. F. Horner, James Daily, John Hanland, J. H. Banker. The above can be obtained of the author, No. 113 Broadway, New York. B? lm?ec FRENCH CHINA. REMOVED TO NO. 66 LIBERTY STREET, (UP 8TAIR8.) A DALESME, Importer and Agent for V.aanfaeturers, his cm., nhvnve on hand a large assortment of dinner and tea sets, a plain white and gilt French Porcelain, as well as Dinner and Dessert Plates, of all sixes, assorted Dishes, Soap Tnreens, Covenrd Dishes, Salad Bowls, Fruit Baskets, Costards and Itsade. Also, Fancy Ten Sets, and Rich Decorated Dinner Sets. Alao, Ten and Chocolate Ware. Greek, French and American the aiiieiee are warranted of the best axality, and to be ?old on liberal unci, and in lots to sritlperthneers. elk 4m?e? 44 Fulton street, ( RKT WKKN PKARI. AMI CLIFF,) NEW YORK. rpHE SUBSCRIBER keeps constantly on hand a Urge assort A ment of American and Imported Wairanted Tools, suitable for mechanics in almost every line of business Also, Tool Chests, furnished complete, for mechanics, families and boys. Mechanics and others, wanting good and genuine articles, are recommended to call npun the subscriber, as he is selling his goods at lower prices than any other house in the city. A gen eral assortment of Hardware, Cutlery, Cut Nails, Hollow VVa'e, Shovels and Spades, Japan't! Ware, Sporting Imple ment*, he., ?tc. HENRY F. FAIRBANK, 44 Fnlt >n St., ja!9 1m*ec Between Pearl and Cliff, New York. CALLY'S TOBACCO MANUFACTORY, >85 Ulver St. Troy. rPHF. Subscriber avails himself of ihii method of communi A eating to th? public the fact that he is now manufacturing line cut and smoking Tobacco and Bun IT, at 28i Hirer street, Troy, next door to the Fulton market. The following may be found at all limes at his store and factory:? Tobacco?The celebrated Fancy Virginia. This Tobacco took the premium at the late Fair. Extra chewing Tobacco, sweet Virginia; American Smoking Tobacco, manufactured from the leaf; Spanish do, Turkish do. Bnus'rs?Hose scented, No. 1; Maccaboy, American Gentle man, Lundyfool, French Kapee, and lush Blackguard. The above ancles are all warranted to be made of the finest jollities of leaf tobacco, aud by the most experienced work men. The subscriber would also warrant his tobacco to be bet ter manufactured than any other in the State of New York or elsew here. Orders directed as above will meet with prompt attention,and customers may rely on having the same pains taken as if they were jiersonalfy present. 0* K. Savage, 254 Fulton street, and A. A. Samanos, Broadway, Agents for the city of New York. Troy, Jan. 18, 1843. j22 lm*ee CIGARS! CIGARS! CIGARS! NKZKKl KL, 92 Nassau street, opposite the Herald Bnild ? ings, respectfully invites the attention of his friends and the public generally, to the following choice Cigars, just re ceived by late arrivals from Havana :? 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Be persuaded to purchase a bottle of the Extiectorant to-day?to-morrow may be too late Have you a cough f?Jayne's K"-sctorsnt it the only remedy yon should lake to cure yon; for rsplain reason,that m uo one of the thousand cases where it hi been used has it failed to re lievu. , __ . Prepared and sold by Dr. Jsyne, 20 8outh Third street, Phi ladelphia. Bold by the agents, A. B. St D. Bands, Druggists, No. 79 Fulton street, 273 Broadway, and 77 F.ast Broadway. ja2B lm*m BEAR'S OIL. HIGHLY SCENTED AND PURE FOR THE HAIR.?Of all preparations for the hair or whiskers, nothing equals the oil prepared from Bear's grease. In most instincts, it restores the hsir to the bald and will effeitually preserve it from falling off in any event It was long noted by such eminent physicians and chemists, as the late Bir Humphrey Davy and Sir Henry llalford, that pure Bear's grease, properly prepared, was the best thing ever discovered lor the preservation of the hair, or restoring it wh?n bald. Messrs. A 11. Bands It Co. have saved no expense in get ting the genuine Bear's grease from * anad.a and elsewhere, end have prepared it in such a manner that the oil, cnmb ned with its high perfume, renders it indispensable for the toilet .and dress ing room of all. ? ? Bold by A. B. 8AND8&CO., No. 273 Broadway, Granite Buildings, corner of Chambers street; 79 Fulton street, and 77

East Broadway. Price 50 ccuts large, 25 cents small bodies. fell lm*m FRENCH FLINT GLASS WORKS, ? AT WILLIAMBBUROH, L. I. DEPOT 90 WILLIAM STREET, NEW YORK. [risks. BEHGKR 8t WALTkR, known for s long series asextensive manufacturers of Watch Crystals and p lint Glassware, in the Department Moselle, Fiance, haw ihe honor to inform Glass Dealers Importers of Watches, and <nrnishing houses generally,that they nave established a Branch of their Manufactory in this country; and, in order to fulfil to entire satisfaction all commands that might be addressed to them, have engaged experienced and skillul workmen, both Ereuchand English. '1 he beauty of this Glass the tasteful style of all the articles they manufacture, as well as inonersle prices, and promptitude in the execution of orders, will, they fondly hope, secure to them a large share of patronage from American and foreign Houses. ,N. B ?Customers in the habit ol transmitting ordersto their house in l'ani,27 t'aradis Poissonniere, or their general Depot ol Crystal, 30 Paradu Poissonniere. Paris, will please forward th-m dirert to 90 William street, New York. fib lm*ec JjfN DKHN' HUADU 5, ,on, ^loT.de .re dll rs No. It tad 17 Nassau at. M' Common Council. Be*ai> or Aldermen?Fro. 34.?Aid. ScHirrrrLin in the chair. The minutas were read and approved. HurarMK Court.?A communication waa received from his Honor tho Mayor in relation te a memorial praying that the May term of the Supreme Court may not he held in thia city. The President offered a resolution remonstrating against the granting the memorial, which waa adopted and ordered to be sent to the Legislature. A number of petitions were presented, and appropriate ly referred. Among them was one from the M P's. Relief for the Municipal Police.?The members of the M P. presented a petition asking for a change in their hours for duty, which is now five hours on and Ave oft. In the language of the petitioners, this " Is injurious to heultn, inimical to good morals, and destructive to social enjoyment. It deprives us of time and opportunists to aitenl either to the wants of our families, or to enjoy their society. One-fifth of our men are on the sick list from being on duty during both day and night, and from the irregularity ot their meals and sleep, and the whele body have lost the spirit so necessary to the successtul operation of a new system. Under tha present arrangements our time is divided as follow?:?During 4S hours we are each on actual duty from 7 to 13 A.M. (five hours) from 6 to 10 P M. (five hours), from 3 A.M. to 7 A.M. (five hout). from 10 to 3 AM. (five hours) The petitioners set forth that out of 43 hours they have 34 of posted duty, and deducting time in reliev ing, washing, dressing, Itc., have hut six hoars sleep in 43. The petition waa referred to the Committee on Po lice, Watch, and Prisons. Reports ?The Committee on Finance reported in favor of paying Henry Abell moneys paid by him tor lots. Also, in tavor of paying Joseph Martin, M. D., for medi cal services at 1st District Watchhouse. Also, adverse to the petition of the American Agricul tural Association for a lease of part of Long island Farms, all of w hich were adopted. The Committee oiT Wharves reported in favor of grant ing permission to build a pier in the ceucre of Basin No. 8, North River. Adopted. The Committee on Assessments presented the assess m?nt list for setting curb and gutter stones in 6th Ave nue, and gravelling a space through the centre thereof, from Twenty-first street to the Bloomingdale Road - Adopted. Convict Voters ?The Commissioners of the Alms House presented a report upon the resolution of enquiry of Alderman Hasbroeck, set'ing forth that certain prison ers ot Blackwell's Island, had escaped by connivance, and permitted to vote, and afterwards taken back, and not punished for escaping. A great number ot uffidaviti in relation to the subject were also presented. Aid. Bunting moved for the printing of the document in five of the city papers. Aid. Ha ssrouck moved to have the matter laid before the Grand Jury. He believed that the affidavits amounted to nothing at all. He looked upon it as merely aa elec tioneering document. Alderman Seaman moved a reference to the Com mittee on Police, Watch and Prisons, that the witnesses mignt be examined before them. He believed that the prisoners had been tampered with. Some ot tho majority members said {that if It was an electioneering document, it was drawn out by the resolu- 1 tion ot the minority memDers. After considerable discussion, the report was referred to the Committee on Police, Watch ana Prisona, and or- I dered to be printed for the use of the members, and in five of the public newspapers. Putting out the Cigars.?A petition was received from John C. Allen, asking for an ordinance to suppress smok ing in the streets, and all public places. Referred. Another Fountain.?A petition was received trom the trustees of Grammercy I'ark, asking for leave to use the Croton water for a fountain in Grammercy Park; the fountain to be constructed on the plan of that in front ol St. Peter's Church at Rome. (Said by the petitioners to be the most elegant in the world) Reierred to the Croton Aqueduct Commit ee, with power. Another Potter's Field.?Aid Bunting offered a resolu tion, askipg for the appointment of a committee ot three to report in relatiou to the propriety of purchasing a new spot tor Potter's Field Adopted. New Corporation Yard ?Aid. Bunting offered a resolu tion, appropriating the lots on the corner of Walker and Elizabeth streets, for a Corporation Yard. Adopted. More Municipal Police Provitions.?Aid Bchiifvilin offered a resolution, (Aid. Miller in the Chair) di.ecting the Superintendent ol Police to have all property, taken trom prisouere ariested by the M. P , carried to the Police offices with the prisoners, and aa aoon as it is identified, taken back to Station House No. 3, and kept till trial.? Referred, after some debate. Appropriations for the Ensuing Year.?Document No. 54, being the report ot the Finance Committee upon the Comptrollers budget of appropriations and tax tor 1845 was then takon up and read?together with an ordinance, making tne following appropriations, whatever sums may have been paid by temporary appropriations to be deducted therefrom. The following are the items for con tiugent expenses ;? Aqueduct repairs by State Commissioners,.. .$10 000 00 Alms House, 196,960 GO Board of Health, 460 00 Coroner's Fees 3,600 On Cleaning Corporation Docks and Slips 7,600 00 County. Contingencies '30,000 00 Contingent Expenses of Common Council,. . . 6,000 00 Cleaning Streets (as par contract) 46.437 on Cleaning Streets (contingent), 6 000 00 Donations , 8 000 00 Docks and Slips, 30,000 00 Klrctions, 10,000 00 Fire Department . . 18,000 00 Intestate Estates lb 000 UO Lands and Places 3,760 00 Printing and Posting Licenses 100 00 Officer.' Fees, 60 000 00 Printing and Stationary 30,000 00 Repairs and Supplies, 40,000 no Rents l 360 00 Roads and Avenues, 16,000 00 Real Estate 6.000 00 Street Expenses 30.000 no Sewers, Repairing and Cleaning, 5,000 00 Salaries of all Departments 300,000 00 Water Pipos 60,000 00 Interest on Bonds in anticipation of Tax, 43,000 On Charges on Arrenrt c f Taxes 1.500 00 Errors and Delinquencies, .... 6,000 00 Market 380 (10 Municipal Police 130 600 00 Watch 348 394 36 Lamps and Gar 160 000 00 Common Schools, 180 834 73 Interest on City Debt 388 804 40 Floating Debt Redemption 60 000 00 Estimated Appropriations, 978 187 00 " Receipts 33 009 00 Balance to be raised by Tax, 940 987 00 The appropriation for the payment of claims on trust accounts lor the year, ftom January 1st to December31st, 1845, is the following items : Water Commissioners . .$160,000 Buildings on Randall's Island 40.933 Redemption of temporary Water Loan. . . 387.131 Redemption of Revenue Bonds 600,700 Streets Opening. Awards Ac.......... 15P00 Streets Paving, Regulating, lie 100 000 Wells and Pumps 750 Fencing Lots 1,600 Interest on Assesments 14 000 Liens on Lots 13.000 Charges on arrears of Assesamets 3 000 Whole amount of claim* on Truit Ac counts $1,236,994 Whole amount of Appropriations (or Contingent Expenses and payment of Claimson Trust Accounts $3,199,191 The State Mill Tax for 1946 is $269,666 60 The report, with its accompanying resolutions, (or ap plication to the Legislature for leave to raise the tax, and the ordinances were adopted by a vote of 16 to 1. Alderman Hssssoucx moved to take up his resolution in relation to committees Lost. At 10 o'clock the Board adjourned. Board of Napervrleora, Fsa. 34 ?This Board met last'evening for about twenty minutes, their .Honors the Mayor and Recorder pre siding. Petitioni of sundry persons were received, asking to be relieved from personal taxes Referred. Of German Reformed Chnrch, asking for accomoda tion in Chrystie street. Referred. Communication from tho Comptroller, enclosing state, meot of Canal tolls; and also enclosing a resolution in re lation to repairs of maps, Ac. Referred. From Fanners' Loan and Trust Company, asking re mission of taxation. Referred. Reportt in favor,of remitting taxes of various persons, wer? adopted. Biltt?Of Thomas M. Lyon, Police officer, for expenses incurred in discharge of bis duties. The Board adjourned to Monday week. Sporting Intelligence. South Carolina Racks Feb 20th ?Second Day Three Mile Heats?rune Seven Hundred and Fifty Dol lars?For which were entered Col. Hampton's ch Ally Castanet, (Mr. Taylor's,) 3 years old, by imp. Monarch, out ot Betsy Robins by Kosciusko. Col. Singleton's b f. Symmetry, by imp. Priam, out of Phenomenon, by Sir Archy, 4 years old. Col. Williamson's ch filly Marchioness, 6 years old, by Rowton, dam by Pir Archy. Resi lt.?Marchioness, 1 1 ; Castanet, 22; Symmetry, 3 3 Time?6m 69s?6m. The first heat was won by about half a length, the se cond by about the same. Second Race?Two Mile Heats?Purse $200? There were three entries for this stake, as follows :? Mr Fencer's ch. c.| Crackaway, hy Marmaduke, dam Last Scrap. 3 years old. Col. Williamson's blk. h. Signal, 4 years old, by Mar grave, dam by Tonson. T. J- Walton's ch. m. Mary Elizabeth, aged, by An drew, dam by Gallatin. Rrsci.t.?Signal, 1 1 ; Mary Elizabeth, 32; Cracka way, broke down. Time?3m 60s-3m 61s. Suprrmr Court United Stateo.?Feb 20,1845. ?O H Piatt, Keq , of New York, wasadmttfed as Attorney and Counaellor of this Court No 62. The United States appellant vs. Wm. Marion et al. This cause was argued by Mr. Attorney General for the appel lant, and submitted on a printed argument for appellees No. 63 Wm H. McFarlanri, plaint iff in arror, va Wm M tfwlnn This cause wis argued by Mr. Coxe for tho plaintilf in error, and by Mr. Walker lor the defendant in error. Fsa 21.1946? No.71. Robert Brockettet al. appellants, v? U'm Brvrkett et al The argument of this cause was commenced by Mr. Neale lor the appellants, and con tlnued by Mr. Robort J. Brant for tho appellees Singular Developments In Banking. Allkntown, Pa-, Feb., 14, 1M45 Astounding Bunk Schemes?Moses Y. Beach as a Financier. Below I send you a copy of the deputation ol Samuel Marx, Esq., one of the Committee to count the money paid in the Lehigh County Bank by Moses Y. Beach, of New York, as the capital stoek of said Bank, which was to be one hundred thousand dollars in specie, or specie funds required by the charter. 8amusi. Marx sworn, and said?On the lath of Decem ber lust 1 was elected one of the directors of the Lehigh County Bank ; I got notice by Mr. Probst of my election as a Director, together with others that were elected and formed a board. Then an election was held for Bank offi cers. John Wagner was elected President; Mr. A Beach handed in bis resignation as Cashier. One A. J. Beach, (called the Doctor.) was elected Cashier. A bond was then given for the faithtul performance of bis trust, in the sum of fitty thousand dollars, signed by himsell and Mosei Y Beach, and A Beach. A resolution was then passed, fixing on a discount day. A committee was apnointed to investigate the assets of the Bank. The committee consisted ot A Beach one .\1r. Apph gate, said to be of New York, John Wagner, the President, George Wenner, and myself. This committee was to report whether the capital stock was paid in the Bank or not? Mr.Moses Y Beach obseived than that there were one hun dred and ten thousand dollars in the Bank Five boxes were then shown to us by Moses Y. Beach. We found $1000 silver in each. He also showed us a bundle ot pa pers,and said there was ninety six thousand dollars in the bundle It was then getting late; we rgreed that an investi gation should be made on Thursday following. Mr. M. Y. Beach then moved that $100 be discounted to each Di rectoron thirty days without lutercst, which was carried, and waa so discounted in Lehigh Caunty Bank notes, sign ed John Wagner, President; A. J. Beach, Cashier. It was then agreed that the investigation should be made on Thursday tallowing. A. Beach and A. J. Beach, I mean the Doctor, the present Cashier, came out to my house on Sunday previous to Tuesday, our next meeting, when tha committee were to examine tha affairs of the Bank.? Mr. A. Beach requested me to come in town next day. I c.tme in on Monday, went to the banking house, saw A J. Beach, fhe present cashier; be said his brother would come over, and he wished to see me. I came in the next fay, which was appointed by the committee of investiga tion; the committee met in the forenoon The Measrs. Beach were there. I took a memorandum of the funds that were there. A majority of the committee were wil ting to report unfavorable, that the capital stock was not paid in specie or specie lunds. Mr A. Beach had a list nsade out ot what he had. T took this bill from it, which is as follows:? $180 00 in hands of the president, Mr. Wagner. 1,360 00 " Mr. W. H. Blumer. 1 600 00 for fixtures in the banking house. 17.640 00 Plainfield Bank notes. 65,0<i0 00 Plainfield Bank notea in two package*. 10,000 00 said to be gold in 'JO Iranc pieces. 16.000 oo silver in 16 boxes?said to be silver. J9.000 00 cheek, I think on Farmers' Bank of New York 9 OoO 00 do Manhattan Bauk. '21,000 00 do do. '21 000 00 State Stock'. 310 00 do. 1,632 S8 do. 13,214 34 do. 36 000 00 check on Plainfield Bank. IIwm a lew houri engaged in thi? examination. I think we had no other evidence of the $160 hut what appeare on the bill. Also, none of the $1,340 in the hands of Mr Blumer. I <lo not know what the bank fixtures cost? The rlainfieid Bank notes were in separate packets and marked. I counted several of them, and they held out ? We counted one bag of gold, which held out. There were two bags; each was said to contain alike We call ed the 20 franc pieces $3 67 We saw some boxes in the safe; whether there were fifteen I do not now know ? None were opened, except the five which were shown us. I do not know who had signed tho check for $29,000 on the Farmers' Bank of New York; had no endorsement at I know: do not know who had signed the check on ^ at hattan Bank for $9 000j had no other endorsement. Can* not say who had signed the other check on Manhat tan Bank for (21,000 We did not examine any of the packets of State stock in particular. 1 had my reason for ?o doing, for we had no idea to take them tor payment ol the capital stock of the bank. The check on the Ploinfield Bank for $34 OHO, was sign ed by Moses Y. Beach, I think We did not examfnr these checks or State stocks ; we did not consider them xuch funds as were required by the act, and for that rea son refused them. Mr. A Beach was willing we should strikeout the ten boxes of silver?I mean tho ten boxes sat down on the blllor list I crossed it out, those on his bill as well as those on my own?he had agreed to it In the whole the committee could not agree as to the report Mr A Beach took my list, I mean this paper now in my hand, several times from me, and drew a report on the back of it, as follows : We, the subscribers, being appoint ed a committee to examine the Lehigh County Bank do ?by certify that we have made sail examination, and we find the sum of one hundred thousand dollars of sp? cie or specie funds in said bank A majoritv of the com mittee refused to make inch a report But Mr. A. Beach desired us to sign such a report Mose* Y. Beach was present, and said he would have such a report ai this and begged us to hurry on?that he was entirely wearied down. Mr A Beach was one of the committee to make iheexamination A. Beach and Mr. Applegate were wil ling to sign or report as A Beach deaired ; the other three were against it. All three then agreed to make a report on he back of the statement,which Mr. A Beach exhibited in nis way that what was mentioned within paper we hart seen, and were of the opinion that it might be converted into one hundred thousand dollars, par lunds This re port was made on condition, and the same laid before the Board of Directors,and the Board should take a vote on it I eim?ro?r ??, d)nneI' in the alternoon. When I came over, the Messrs. Beach were there, Mr. Werner Wagner, and myself. Messrs Beach got up to report and r10 ?arry U throuKh> 1 lb? they were in too much of a hurry?some of the other Directors would be here soon?perhaps they had not yet dined. While I was speaking, 1 went towards the door to go out to see Mr Laager, Mr Tost and others. I went down to Mr Longer fast as 1 conld. Mr. Leager was there, and also Mr Yost I hurried them, for the Beaches had that report before the board, and wanted it carri d through?I mean the report for the hundred thousand dollars Mr Leager Yost and myself, went up; Mr. Leager remarked he wished to see the minutes of the last meeting first they wero not brought. Mr. Besch said we would go into an election to supply the vacancy of Mr. Bchautz, one of the directors, who had resigned There was no written resignation before the Board from Mr. Schauti. A son of Moses Y. Beach, of New York, was then elected. We then took a vate on this report, and it was voted down. Moses Y. Beach then moved an adjournment, which was carried, and we adjourned I saw then Mr Beach hand ? paper to Mr. Beither, one of the directors; we tessed him, and told him It was his walking paper perhaps We went out then. When we adjourned, there was nothing said when we would meet again, but expected to meet again on Tuesday following. On Tuesday I called at Mr. Leager s. one of the directors;* Mr Yost, Mr. Wag ner, and David Leager, F.sq., (all director!,) were there; we agreed to go up to the Bank, aud see if we were wanted there as directors On tho way, we met Mr Beither. I think we went in the banking room; found the present (.ashier there, and Mr. Applegale. Mr Lea ger asked Mr, Beach if there was fire in the directors room; he replied there was no fire In it. Mr. Leager said be considered none of us directors except Mr. Loager and the Judge Mr. Beach handed a paper or papers to Daniel Leager, Ksq. Mr Leager at first refused to take the pa '"?TV* w,'hed to know what they were for. Mr. Beacb said he was neither director or stockholder any longer Laeger finally agreed to take them, and said it was best perhaps to have nothing to do with th?m I was not a he nafide stockholder myself. Mr A Beach camo to me a* Mr Craig's, just belore the election of tha directors and told me his brother Mosva would transfer a share to me. He brought me a blank book in which he said I should sign my name for fifty dollars, and also a power of attor ney to Moses Y. Beach. I did not sign these papers The notes lor one hundred dollars each, before spoken of wore discounted to directors on the Iflth of December Isgt; the amount of the Cashiet's bond was fifty thousand dollars. Moses Y. Beach and A. Beach are sureties Mo '"*/? Beach resides in New York, and A Beach in rlainfield, N J , I believe I was not present when Mo ses Y. Beach was elected President of the Lehigh County Bank; I do not know whether Ihev have auy directors at present. I arrived at Mr.Connei's.at F.aston. on the list ot January last. When there in the bar-room awhile, Mr. A-Beach came in and spoke to me. The barkeeper request ed tn to walk over in tho parlor; wo went over. Mr Beach told me an investigation was to take place, to take depositions of witnesses corcernlng this Bank. He aaid he wanted one to collect for him, who would let him know what was going on on the outside He said if T wouldI do it, he would pay me. If I sai4 $20, I should have it I gave him no anawer on that offer He told me further, that hit brother, the cashier, wished to see me. I told him 1 would be in town on Court week I did not came in, as I had expected, in the forenoon, on Mou day At about 10 o'clock on that day, Mr. A Beach came oat to my house; he said he had bean looking for me in town; he was in a great hurry, and said he had to go in the F.aston stage that afternoon tor New York. 11a said again, that he wanted some one to attend to this in vestigation, and he would pay $?() He also said that the Bank wanted a aecret agent that each Bank bad such a one, with a yearly aalarv, and if I wished to attend to it he would like it I to d him I could make no promise- he told me 1 should call on the Cashier; he would let me kDow. On Court week I came into town; met the Cashier in or near the post office. He spoke something of liking to have an agent I told him I did not like to he troubled with any thing of the kind. He then talked of selling the charter I told him t'imt in December last I heard him saj, that they would sell their charter, if they conld get their expense* paid. He promised to let his brother, Moses know, and that they would let me know how th??y would tall. 1 did not Rive nn nntw*r. Mr . lohn Wagner the old President, told me he jeceived no ! money when he was in New York, for the Dank There wa? a report made out by A Beach, trom the receipt of Wagner. Mr. Wagner, the President, complained much that all the pnpera were taken from his hands; that he could not get hold of any of th?m; and that hy right they should he In his possession. John Wagner, the President, laid the Beaches wnnld not let him look a my thing. Moses Y Beach showed me Mr. Wagner's receipt for (100 000 Before 1 was elected a director, I met Mr. Wagreron Mr Craig's porch, and told him I had seen a receipt thst was signed hy him for (100.000. lie seemed to get In a passion an.I swore He said he hoped Mr, Beach would not a' ow that receipt to any p<r sen, for he had never received a dollar | Allkntown, Feb. 15, 1845. Yesterday I sent yeu a copy of Mr. Marx's deposi tion, taken before Commissioner Lanealt, who is appointed by the Legislature to investigate the Le high County Bank. 1 have since obtained the 100,0U<) dollar receipt, mentioned in the close of Mr. Marx's affidavit. [Copv-f , . Received, New York, Nsvember 11th, 1844, of Mom Y. Biach.the lum of one hundred thsuiand dollars, in lull for account ef subscription by him and others to the capital stock of the Lehigh County Bank, at Alleuiown, Pa. [Signed/] $100,not). JOHN WAGNER, President of the Lehigh County Bank. A. BEACH, Cashier of the Lehigh County Bank. This investigation commenced in this place on Tuesday, of this week. In the evening Mr. Beach proposed, through hiscounsel,to have a committee appointed to count the funds in the bank ; but said he,Mr.Beach,was unable to attend an evening ses sion, for he had beeu travelling all night, and had only arrived at 4 o'clock that morning. The opponents replied, that they did not wish to know what they had in the bank now, for if the money was there, it must have been brought in the night, and likely to leave again in the night: and, that all the citizens wished was to see whether the cupital had beet^paid in when the bank commenced discounting. The f ollowing day the bank was opened,and reople invited to see. A number of bags tilled with gold were seen lying on the counter,opened on one end, the vellow birds looking out. borne were set to work counting; and, as report says, some fifty odd thousand dollars was counted. Citizens were urged by out door agents to come iu and see, and, if they were satisfied, should sign a paper of what they had seen. The bank kept so open till Wednesday noon following, when Moses Y. Beach left for New York. In the midst of his trial, then, it is said, the bank closed, and the natives were no longer invited to come and see. The grain and flour bought and sold, and all raised in Lehigh, does not fall short of #400,000 a year. The iron made and sold, eay the same The Lehigh Crane Iron Works, alone, two and a halt or three miles from AUentown, make 160 to 175 tons oI pig metal per week. Add S. Bailicta ft Co.'s works; besides a number of smaller esta blishments engaged in the iron business, and our products do not fall short of one million of dollars. Hariiaburg. [Correspondence of the Herald ] Harrisburg, Feb. 22,1845. Democratic Divisions?Promising Prospects. James Gordon Bknnktt, Esq.? I find it very important you should have a corres pondent at this place, as there is much of impor tance in progress. It was fully announced this morning, that James Buchanan would leave his seat in the Senate?and the chiefs of the different tffwri are arriving from all quarters. Tne friends of Mr. B. are making every effort to place one of his friends in the Senate, in order to monopolize all the Folk appointments in this State. There is a perfect division in the Democratic party here. The celebrated Judge Lewis is a candidate for the Senate. 1 will in dtfe season give you a history of some of his wire pulling Gen. Cameron is likewise a candidate tor the Senate. He is pre sident of a nice little bank in this neighborhood ? James Burnside, Esq , a member of the Legisla ture trom Centre Co., has taken a bold and decisive stand, and 1 have nofdoubt but he will ferret out many frauds and corruptions?we need purifying very much. If you could only be here and see the demand for the Herald when the cars arrive, you would be sur prised. 1 will give you more in a few days. Yours respectfully, Capk May. V. S. Circuit Court. Before Judge Betts. Feb. 44.? Hi* Honor, Judge Bitt? took hi* *eat this morning, and proceeded to organize the Grand Jury, when the following jurors were sworn, viz :?Sberhard Knapp, foreman; Jesse Weeks. Abraham Tucker, Charles H. Russell, Thompson Price, Lemuel Pitman, John Mol> lard, GArrett Smith, Jared L. Moore, C. C. Jacobus Avery Green, Anthony Compton, John J. Cisco, H. B. IUlster, James B. Brewster, and Stephen Barber. The calendar contains the old indictments against Cornelius P Driecoll, and Bartlett Mansfield, for Isolating the law iigainst the slave trade; one for forgery, one for perjury, and another lor obstructing an otticer in the execution of his duty. Trie Court then adjourned. x Common PI Before Judge Daly. Feb. 24.?Lucy Cotiuus vs ?fnn Provdfoot?This was an irtiou brought to recover compensation lor services ren lered It ap|>eared lu evidence that defendant resided in Ksst Broadway, that on the 21st May, 1841, plaintiff went to reside i.i her house, that defendant being a woman of large nropettv employed plaintiff in the collecting of her tents,letting houses,and following up landlord's warrants, and other service* ; and occasionally in defendant's ab sence acted the pait ot housekeeper, and attended upon defendant's son; this situation ot off lira continued up to the sth of Sept, 1844, when plaintiff delicately hinted to lefendant that a gratuity lor services rendered would not be refused, she was told by defendant that she was never employed. Plaintiff immediately made her exit, and upon mature calculation valued her services at the late of $6 per month, this during the period above referred to amounted to $237, and to recover which, with the interest accruing theieon, the present action is brought. For de fence it was shown that plaintiff had never been employ ed by defendant,but that while not otherwise engaged she assisted defendant in the collection of her rents; also,that she was never employed in any menial capacity except what was essential to her own com'ort. Verdict this forenoon W. Muloch, for plaintiff ; D. Graham, Jr., for defendant. FRKNCH CHINA AND GLASS WARE. E1 UFHAKDIN, Commission Merchant, 15 Jobn street, np F ? stairs, hi. just received on consignment,and offersfor sain, wholtse or retail, a splendid assortment of the above articles, comprising?Plain white and rich fancy decorated Dining Beta: Dessert, Tea and Supper Sets; Toifet Sets; sinf'e ( apt and Vugs, with mottos; Cologne Bottle Figures; Tote s tete Seta, Ike., flic. h Also, plain ard rich t'nt Glass Decanters. Water Bottles, 'elera- Bowls, Preserve Dishes, Tumblers, Goblets, Wines, lie., sc. Astral and Solar Lamp Shades and Globes. Jlj7"Orders for Cut Glass Ware Gilding and Paioting on China Ware, to match any pattern, eiecvted promptly. f26 lm*rc SOAP WORKS AtSD v PERFUMERY DEPOT. IN ADDITION to our Manufactory, wc have opered a Store for the sale of our ^ conomical kaucy Soaps and all kinds of Perfumery, Family Soap, Patent Crystalline Cendles. Sir., kc Wc solicit purchasers to inspect our stock, which we offer on the lowest terms. Shippers to the West Indies and South America, are partirti la-ly invited to examine our Crystalline Candles. Sales Room No. 3 Courtlaudt steet. nest door to the New National Hotel. JOHNSON, VKOOM k FOWLFR. fill Im *ee OFFICE OF JEFFERSON INSURANCE CO., < NKW YORK, Feb. J, 1M5 1 AT au Flection held this dav for Directors of this Institution, for the ensuing year, the following gentlemen were elected sne.h Directo's:? Thomas W. Thorne, Klisha Kiggs, Thomaa T. Woodruff, Anson Baker, B H. Robson, M. I)., Joseph Drake, Thomson Price, Joseph Allen. Moses Tuck r, James K Holmes, John R. Davison, John P. Moore, John H. Lee, Win, K. Thorn, Caleb C. Tunis, Thomas Morrell, Francis P. Sage, Eugene Bogart, John C. Mermt, Kohert Smith. At a ?ohse,)ueiit meeting of the Board THOMAS W. THORN F, Fsq., was unanimously re-elected President, flee GEO. T. HOPE Secretsrv TO PRINTERS AND COLOR MAKERS. FOR SALF?One half interest in a Printing Machine, with apparatus Complete, lor printing of Hetinetts, lie ,in success ful operation in the city of New York. To a person who trn iler-tands the making of color, together with a small capital, this o| |m>i tun its. shows great advantages, as hia services will be remunerated, as we'.l as naif profits on a bnsinesa whirh is al r ady established For further particulars, apply to, if by letter post-paid, J. W? Herald office, or No. B Piatt street, between ih hours of 10 Bud IS o'clock* A. M, no 2?*rc r HENGH'S HOTEL. THK PROPRIETOR respectfully informs his friends and 1 the public that he has opened his new and splendid hotel it 133 Fulton street, a few doors east o' Broadway, in the imme diate vicinity of mercantile business and the principal places of amusement, and has furnished it in a style that will beer favor able comparison with the very best hotels in the city The pro prietor in building and fitting up the above house has had strict regard to elegance aud comfort, and that he haa combined eco nomy the following prices will show A ROOM FOR ONF NIGHT ? A WEEK... 150 The rooms will be warmed gratis, and npon no occasion will there be more than one bed in a room. There is a RFKFCTORY attached, in which there are meals served up at six HOt'US of the dav and evening. There are also Bath Rooms connected, for warm, cojd ana shower hatha The Porter will be in attendance at all times during the night, to admit lodgers, and to let them out at all honrs. N. B.?Those who want Lodgings after the honae closes, will ring the hall hell. oUSm'm NATIONAL COFFEE HOUSE. 121 Broadway.?The Pro prietor respectfully informs his friends and the public that he haa a splendid establishment in the immediate riciuity of mercantile hnsiuett; billiards and other amusement* in the house ; the price of billiards I1H cents per game. The proprie tor has had strict regard to elegance and comfort; and that he haa combined economy the following prices will show A room for one nighi, 25c.; for one wrrk, SI ; for a month, $3. Refreshments on the shortest notice. 'I he porter will be in at tendant* at all limes during the night, to admit lodgers and to let them out at all hours N B ?Those who want lodgings af ae the house is closed will ring the hall hell. die 1m*rrc LEECHES' LEECHES! TUBT RECEIVED?Per ship Franklin, from Hamburg,* ?? rery Iresh -upph' of Swedish leeches; for tale wholesale and red ail af the most moderate priees hv < . J . h K.KUINANL ?i ? ?? j ( i in s ec uicarter ol Leer has, No. 142 Nassau ?u*#t,

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