Newspaper of The New York Herald, February 27, 1845, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated February 27, 1845 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK HERALD. Vol. XI., No. 07-Wbolo No. 401?. NEW YORK. THURSDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 27, 1845. Prleo Two Conto. THE NEW YORK HERALD AGGREGATE CIRCULATION THIRTY-FIVE THOUSAND. THE GREATEST IN THE WORLD. To tli* Public. THE NEW YORK HKRALD? Daily Newspaper?pub lished every day ol the year except New Year'e Day and Kunrth of July. Price 2 ccnu per copy?or $7 16 per annum?postages paid?cash in advance. THE WKKKLY HKRALD?pnbhihed every Saturday morning?price eenta per copy, or $1 It per aunam?poet age. paid, caeh in advance. ADVERTISERS are informed that the circtilation of the Herald n over l'HI RTY-FIVK THOUSAND, and increasing fast Jt hat the largest circulation of any paper in this city, or the worldx and, is, therefore, 'he hest channel for business nen in the city at country. Prices moderate?cash in advance. PRINTING of all kinds executed at the most moderate price, and in the most elegant style. JAMES GORDON BENNETT, Proprietor or the Herald Establishment, Northwest corner of Fulton and Nassan streets. ROBERTSON'S PHCENIX HAT ANL) CAP MANUFATORY, r1 No. 103 FULTON STREET, ("1 EAST SIDE OF BROADWAY. jJL? The extensive application of the system of imall profits, cash pavm*nts nnd large sales to many branches of business in this city within a few years, and the eminent success which this l-l iu deserves, and has in almost every instance received, has 1 d the sutxcriber to test its application to the HATTINO business. In a city whose inhabitants are widely distinguished for neatness and taste in dress, and at the same time for econo my and thrift, there seems great reason to believe that a ss s'em which enables the community to gratify a laudable partiality for u- atness a an uuprecedentedly smsll expense, will meet with no small degree of favor. Determined to ascertain whether a branch of business which coucerns the head and pocket of every man in the community, cannot be conducted on this plan, the tubs' riber has employed a large number of the best workmen in the m mi factoring and finishing department!; alio skill'ul and tasty Cap Makers. Each derailment is uuder the constant supervision of an experienced foreman. These arrangements, together with his intimate personal knowledge of the business, gre a facilities for purchasing to the best advantage?low rent ?free from the ruiuons expenses of Broadway?inflexible ad herence to "cash on delivery"?a determination to keep pace with all improvements, and w ith the current Fashions of the day, enable him to say with all confidence, that he now offers to the citizens of New York, articles in his line fully equal in style and durability to those sold in Broadway, and unequalled in cheapness and economy to any ever offered in this city. Mebe rs 'eave to refer to the following schedule of articles, and their re pecrive prices annexed :? HATS. First Quality Nntriv Fur $3 50 ideutical with Hats heretofore sold at $4 50 and $5 00. Any one on examination will pronouncethem the same, mid will, on trial,find them to do equally as good service. Second Quality Nutria S3 00 This is the same article heretofore sold at $3 50 and $4 00- External appearance and finish cloaely resembliug the above, the principal difference being in the body. Moleskin S3 50 Usually sold at S3 00 and $3 50?very ueat in appear ance, and very aerviceable. CAPS. First Quality Mens and Boyi SI 50 Made of superior French Cloth, aid trimmed in a very superior manner, usually sold at S3 and S3 50. Second Quality SI 00 Usually sold at SI 50 and S3. Thiad Quality 75 Usually sold at SI 35 aud SI 50. An examination will show that the style of ihe above articles cannot be surpassed by any establishment in this city or else where. N. B.?The style ufTrimmings adopted at this establishment is particularly recommended as well for effectually preventing injury from |>e'sp,ration or oil applied to the hair, as for its greater e?se and comfort to the wearer. ja31 lm*ec TO LET?Two Stores beautifully situated, in the new \ buildings (now nearly complete) on the nuthwesterly .comer of Broadway and Reade street, (known as the La Buildings ) Also, a large and convenient Basement, well calculated for an Oyster Saloon. Sic. Also, several convenient Stores in the second story, suitable for Merchant Tailors, Fashionable Milliners, Dressmakers, tic. together with a variety of Rooms in the 3d, 3d, 4th, and 5th stories, suitable for Offices. Private Pa-lori with folding doors, Pautries and Bedrooms attached ; with Rooms suitable for Dentists, Painiets, Daguerreotypes and Exhibition Rooms, Sic. Those persons wanting rooms of the above description, are re quested to call aud examine the same. Enquire on the premise-,, f 13 lin*ro VERY DESIRABLE LOTS FOR SALE.?Fiv ' Lots on the southerly side of 13th ttreet, near 5th avenne .."iv Lots on the northerly side of 13th street, between 6th aud Hh aveunes. with court yards in front, and in the midst of eleuant improvements. Three Lots on the southerly side ol 14th street, between the 6th auJ "th avenues, in an improving neighborhood. Two Lota on the southerly side of 14th-street, near the 8th avenue. Pom Lmis on the easterly side of7th avenne, between 13thand 13lh streets, with cellars partly dugout. Five Luis on the northerly side of 39th street, between the 1st amd 2nd avenues, overlooking the city and East Itiver. The whole amount may remain ou mortgage, if improved, and 70 per cent if not improved. O. H. WINTER, j36 lm"ec 16 Wall street MTU LET OK LEASE.?A Urge two story brick Hou<e, on the southwesterly corner of the Bloomingdale road and 40th str-?t, with sufficient ground whereon to ertci a manufactory, which will be built if reunited. Alio, a two story frame Cottage, House and flee Lota, an the northwesterly corner of the Bloomingdale road anl 40th ateet. with a workshop, stable, barn, lie. The house will be painted and nnt in good fence and repair, with a court yard in front, the l-loomingdile road. Also, 8 Lots adjoining on the Bloomingdale road, running through to the 7th avenue and 41st street, suitable for a florist or manufacturer. Buildings will be erected if required. Also, a Lot iu 30th street, between the 7lh and 0th avenues, to lease. U. H. WINTER, j26 lm*ec 16 Wall street. SMA TO LET?The large three story and attic Brick WW Dwelling House, situated on the north-easterly corner of XJULtne Seventh Avenue and Thirteenth street, with a fine ardru, Lroton water, kitchen ranges, marble mantals, sliding ours, &c , aud in an improving neighborhood. Rent low to a good tenant. Al so? Kour three story and attic Briek Houses, with Stores underneath, on the easterly side of Sisth Avenue, between Twelfth and Thirteenth streets, with sliding doors, marble mantels, ( toton water, Ike., suitable for respectable families in nwxlertte circumstances Also?Kive three story Brick Houses, of a similar kind, on the easterly side of Greenwich Lane or Avenue, near the Eighth Avriiue, and opposite the large square. Also?The three story Brick House, with a Store underneath, on the easte ly side of the Eighth Avenue, between 13lh ard 14th streets, with marble mantels, sliding doors, Croton water, Ike. All of the above Stores art excellent stands for business, and are suitable for drygoods and fancy-goods, ladies' shoe stores, china and earthenware, hardware, jewelry, millinery, con fectionary, (kc. The Stores, with the front basement-room, will be rented se parate from the dwelling parti if required, there being covered areas in front for fuel, Uc. O. R. WINT&R, fll tm'rc 16 Wall street. TO LET?The Bulkhead, or Water Front,from War fTijB ten street to Chambers street, (about 060 feat,) now oeeu X^iflLpied as the New burg Lauding. The four story Store, No. Ill Wanen street. One of the ^ew Building , between Wash ington and West streets. The superior three story Brick House occupied ny R J.Cochran, Eaq ,on Tenth Avenue near 23d street; Ins mahogany doors, plated fumi'nre.Crotou water, ?c. FOR SALE till TO LET?'I ha Mansion and Earm at Gowauus. I.. I . about three miles from the South Kerry. The Houae it fifty leet square, five stories, and a superior cellar, roof copper tl, malm out v doors, plated furniture, Ike. The hall and atatrs Italian martile The building is neir the water, and is Without equal us to situation in the United States. It will an cominouate fifty or sixty persons. The Farm is eighty acres?a front tin the Bay of one tliousaud feet, and a front on each side of Third Avenue. It is in the Eighth Ward of the City of Bra klyn, anu laid oat in 1000 Building Lots, and there are many flt ild ng Sites on this property. Ae laud is the best ou Long Island for rarlv v-getablev, and can reilir? five thousand dollarr per annum, if attended to by an experienced gardener. ALSO, KOK SALE?The Beunet Farm, at Unwauus, ab "it 200 Lots fronting on 'l'h rd and Fourth Avenues and the sir- el Iroiliug to the Oree-wood Cemetery. The Lots will be sold at low prices aud long credit, and money loaned to those that build immediately. Apply to JOHN F. DELAPLAJNE, flO 'm*rc No 7 New street, New York. TO LET-FIVE NEAT SNUG HOUSES-at and I near thr corner nf 7th avenue and 2nh streets Rents 125 Ltn 3:i0 dollirs. Itererence ?nd security required. They air . marei! in the most thriving part of the city, at I he end of stage rout 's, so as to insure seats without delay in stormy wea ther. for iieraons doing business down -own. Possession of two housrs immediately, of the other three on first of May. f24 lw*ec STEAM POWER?Rooms to 1st with Steam Powar. Apply at K HOE Ik CO., DO 3wrc 29 and 31 Gold street. TO SECRET SOCIETIES. Art TO LE 1'? From 1st May nest, the largn Room iu the p"jW upper stnry of house corner of East Broadway and Ca ajMULthatine street, fitted up for a lodg-room. Can be seen brs-vv.m t)i and 5 o'clock, F. M. For further particu lars enquire of E. SPf EH,SI Catharine atrvat, or of J HtCHT, 38 Het ry Street. ftl lm*m 81 FOR SALE. \ BEAUTIFUL FARM, situated in the town of Eestc neater. containing seventy acres of good triable and gr iss laud, ,'i he House is in perfect order and convenieut 1\ niranijeil for a large family Paid Farm is divided by i he post rostl running to New Rochelle and Marmarroneck, and runs dow n to Kvstrhm|gr Creek, where there it fine bass and tront fishing in their seaaon. The out building! are all iu good order, and mere is good s.ahling for twelve horses, t he whole place is well watned and on the premises is s beautiful Fishpond. There are two churches within aquarter of a mile of said place, end stages pass twire a day by the house, to intenect the New \ oak and Harlem Railroad at William's Bridgu, which is with in three miles ol said premises. There is an abundance of Fruit on said premises, which was selected by the pi owner with g'cit care. The distance from City Hall, New York, is scant sixteen miles Possession can be had by the lat of April, and any information concerning aaid property, can be had ? n the premties. Also, ail mining said property, forty acrea of flnt rate Laud, with a good 8tune House on it, with Barn and 8tahl# sconnected. possessing the ssme vd vantages as the above teventy screa. ely, or the " The sa>d forty acres will be sold arperately, or the Farms to nether (m ilting in ill I 111 acres) to suit the nurchai t. Apply to J. W J \N e WAY, No. 12 City Hall Place, or to ISAAC AN DEK80N, on thr premises, or to lei Im*rc WM. H. HICKS. No. 20 Wall street. TO LET. AT FORDHAM. WESTCHESTER CO., N Y. nevgj A LARGE and convenient Cottage, formerly occupied JKfliiv Thus Bassford, with a Garden. ?ud Fruit Trees of rt^every descrli tion, adjoining?situated within two or three hui.d-d yards of 8t. John's College. The New York anu Har iem Kailronl Cars run to and from New York ait times a day. Apply at 179 Pearl street, New York. ft* lm*re REAL ESTATE FOR SALE, wng ABOUT FIFTY ACRES of choice Land in the i'.h I Wfffl Ward, hi the ctty of Brooklyn, fronting the New York i ,Jrt.Bay, atitl comm.iudiog a beautiful project. The aitua- > lion is highly pictuieique. Enquire of JOHN ?. BERGEN, mi the premises. ja29 Im'rc f-gt FOR SALE?A FARM?Situated at Islip, Suffolk 'utility, '? I , adjoining JMnilhOown. Haiti Farm contains Ji^8! te e,; iO of which it Woou; the remaining 52 seres are in state of good cu'tivatiou. There are two Houses, and also tw" good wells of water on the farm; a large barn with car riage h oi" and stabling for eight hones, an ice house; a good h garden, enclosed in a picaet fence, fruit trees, See., he. V iv f?tth?r information mty b? oh ained at No S3 Hleecker ,,, .( ? few doora west from Broadway. Half the purchase money can,remain ou mortgage. fH lm*m , TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS REWARD. <21000 **?-' WARD?The Store of MESSRS. COF> IN, IvUU BRADLEY 5c CO., No, 44 tirhcnKf Plict, having been set ou fir* on Saturday night, the 18th instant, ilia undersigned, a Committee of the Insurance Companies, which had l";Jicies on the goods ill said store, hereby offer a reward of One 1 honsand Dollars, for such evidence as shall lead to the detection and conviction of the incendiary or incsudiarie*. New York, February 12th. 1845 LAMBERT 8UYDAM, President 8 quitahle Insurance Co. J NO. BROUWKH, Preaident East River Mutu?l Ins. Co. A. O HAZARD, Agent of the A*luia and Protection Ins. Co., of Hartford, Con. ONE THOUSAND DOuIaRB REWARD?We, the subscribers, offer One Thousand Dollars, in addition to the re ward offered by lire lusurance Comoanies, as shove stared. f!5 lm?rc COFFIN. BRADLEY ?t CO. JONES'S COMMERCIAL ACADEMY, oa INITIATORY COUNTING ROOM, X47 Broadway, corner of Murray at. rpHK object, if this Institution is to impart thorough instruction f in Book Keeping. I'enmsnship and Commercial Aricihme tic, and qualify Oentlemen for practical duties of the desk. Private instruction is given if required O" Membsrs of the Mercantile Librarv Association are re quested to apply to ihe Librarian at Clinton Hall, who will lurui-h tickets of admission under the arrangement made with the Committee. (l^*1 References may be had at the Academy to Bookkeepers, Merchants and Clerks, who have been students during the last nine years. t?7" For sale, Jon?s's Principles and Practice of Bookkeeping, 8vo., price 12s. This work is adopted in the A st Academic Institutions in this countrv. It if also republished in Eugland and esteusivelv introduced there f25 lmeod*ec DISBROW'S RIDING SUHUUL., Ne. 4M BOWERY, Nkah A?tor and La Fayette Places, New York. M K. I), has the honor to announce that his School is open iu Day and Evening, for Equestrian Tuition and Eaercise Hiding. TERMS: LECTCEE LESSONS. EXERCISE EIDIRS. 1 Month $12 09 20 Rides It 0* 10 " t 00 Single Rides 75 16 Lesions f 15 00 10 " 10 00 4 " 5 00 Single Lessons 3 00 Road " J 50 N. B.?Highly trained and quiet Horses, for the Road or Parade, to let. ETENtNO CLASS. 12 Lessons tt 00 I 20 Ridss $10 00 Siugle " 1 00 J Single Rids 75 RULE8: 1.?All Lessons or Rides paid for on commencing, t.?One hour allowed on each Lesson or (tide in the School. I.?One hour and a half to a Lesson on c lie Road. (.?Hours for Ladies, from 9 A. M. to >P M. 5.?Hours for Oentlemen, from S to 5, nrd from 7 to 9)? P. M 6.?No Gentlemen admitted during lie hours appropriated to Ladies. A card of address is requested previous to eosasaencing. O"'Gentlemen keeping their horses at this establishment, w il hare the privilege of ndiug them in the School gratis. _________ URED. SCHMIDT begs leave to inform his friends and the L public, that he has removed his office from 192 Broadway to 18 Wall at. where persons desirous of building are invited to ex amine a selection of original and tasteful designs, from the Cot tage upwards to the extrusive Villa or lYlansiou, in all the various styles of architecture; aud where he isprejiared to famish Plain, Drawings, Specifications, Estimates and Contracts fur Build ings of every description, and superintends the saection thereof. jaSO lm*re FRENCH LANGUAGE ON THE ROBERT SONIAN METHOD. ANEW COURSE of lessons in French, according to the system of Robertson, will be given by Mr. EDMUND DU BUISBON, A. M.,at98 Leonard st.. commencing on Monday, 17th instant, at 5 o'clock, P. M. This system, so well known in Europe, will be explained bv the Professor. Persons w uhiug to learn the French, or their friends, are respectfully invited to attend. Mr. Edmond du Bauson having been engaged in giving instructions in French for a number of years at M. C. Coudert's school, and for the past year at M. G. Le Row's collegiate school at New Brighton, would respectfully refer to those gentlemen, botli in regard to qualification and character. All information in the meantime may be obtained at.his residence, 40U Broadway. A New Course for Ladies will be opened ou the same day, at 10 o'clock, A. M. Repebence*. M.M TeLaforett, French Con snl Csneral. W. B. Draper, 57 Beaver st. E. Fabieqnettes.Sl Maiden lane. E. Logan, Esq., 4 New st K. Rowley, Esq., 49 Nassau st Rev. Dr. John Power, 15 Bar clay street. Dr. Porter, 1 Barclay it. Dr. Grossman, 400 Broadway W. H. Gary It Co., 106 Pearl st. C. C. Carter It Co , U8 do. Berard It Mondon, 88 Court laud at. M. Melly, 58 Maiden Lane. f7 2w*rc TO THE DAGUERRLAN ARTISTS. FA. ARTAULT. Importer of French Daguerreotype ma ? teria's and manufacturer of Morocco Casts, offers for sale at the following cheap prices Best quality of French Plates, No. 40, (medinm)$3 doxen. Fine Morocco Cases, with white glass and line borders, S3 dz. Go-d quality of Daguerreotype Apparatus, including the in struction, all complete and warranted, $50. Aeromatic Glasses, from $3 to $15. All: he Chemicals used iu the Daguerreotype process, cheap. F. A. Artault has received by (he last steamship, the salt of gold for gilding the pictnres, the new substance for polishing plates in two min itea. and the beantiful process of Mr. Fizean Tor reproducing the Daguerreotype Portraits ou eugr&ved plates, aud to draw ou paper an unlimited number. If you are fond of the progress in this beautiful art, pleaae to call at the Lafayette Bazaar, 149 Broadway, cor. of Liberty at. ja28 lm*rc CHEAP DAGUERREOTYPE PORTRAITS. MRS. H. SHANKLAND,Daguerreotype Artist,having taken since two years more than 10,000 portraits, aud being well knowu for takiug 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 s frame, for only one dollar. Being always well patronized, and her customers increasing every 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, 235 Broadway, third story, front room. No 1, opposite the ark Fountain Portraits taken from 8 in the morning to 5 in the evening, any weather, cloudy or stormy. Kemember, only one debar, (best stylt) including esse or frame. j88 lm'rrc DAGUERREOTYPE GENERAL FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT, EXCHANGE BUILDING, PHILADELPHIA. 'PHE 8U BSCKIBER8 beg leave to iuformthe Daguerreotype 8- Artists, that tliey have considerably enlarged their connec tions thronghont the Union, the Weet Indies, Sonth 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 Voigtlsender's celebrated Cameras, consisting of three different sizes, for the sale of which ther are appointed Agents. Also, a supply of best Plates and Chemicals, either lor Daguerreotype or Calotype, made to their especial order. Cases olall sizes, the best Polishing Substances, and every other article used for the Daguerreotype, constantly on hand. Their loug connection with tin Daguer reotype Art and their sncoees in taking pictnres, may serve as a recommendation and reliance. Daguerreotype Artists, by ordering articles from say part of the above named countaes, may depend upon a prompt and satisfactory execution of their INaC Their prieee are cash. Prices Current and information may be obtained by addressing (post-paid) to H/lk F LANOENHEIM, 1*13 lm*ec Exchange Building, Philadelphia. SWORD EXERCISE. IVA K. HAMILTON, haviog entered into an arrangement with L'-l MR. FULLER. for tuuMof the Large Room of hit Gymnasium, No. 19 Ann street, and alio the Miliury Rail, Bowery, most respectfully announces to the pnblic that he in tend! commencing a Class for the Sword Exercise, in all its brauchet?American and French, ?uch ai Small and Broad Sword Kierciir, and alio Cane Exercise. Mr H hai 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 Mnsket or Artillery Drill, can be taught the same on the most moderate terms, by application to the advertiser, II Ann street, to CapL Smith, Military Hall, or Mr. Fuller, f 15 lm m LOOKING GLASS PLATES. TJANLINE It OBTHEIMEtl, Importers, No. 3 Bank street, ?kl Philadelphia, have received by late arrivals, a full assort ment of Looking Glass Pistes, from 9 bv 7 to 40 by 90; Polished Plate Window Glass, from 18 by 13 to 60 by 40. Also, a com plete assortment of Toilet Glasses, Spectacles, Snuff Boxes. Segar Cases, together with a variety of other German and French Goods, which they offer on the most favorable terms. jaM lm*ght FRENCH FLINT GLASS WORKS, AT WILLIAMSBUHOH. L. I. DEPOT 90 WILLIAM STREET, NEW YORK. Mstssns. BEHGFR It WALTk R, known for a long series of ysars as extensive manufacturers of Watch-Crystals and Flint Glassware, in the Department Moselle, Fiance, have the honor to iuform Glass Dealers Importers of Watches, and famishing houses generally,that they have established a Branch of their Manufactory in this country; and, in order to fulfil to entire satisfaction all coinmauds that might be addressed to them, have eugaged experienced and skillul workmen, both French and F.nglish. '1 he beauty of this Glass the tastsfnl style of all the articles they manufacture, as wsll as moderate prices, and promptitude in the executiou 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 orders to their house in Paii*,t7 I'aradis I'oissonniere, or their geuernl Depot ol Crystal, 31) I'aradis I'oissonn ere, Paris, will please forward th?in dire t to 90 William street, New York. f!6 lm*ec BEAR'S OIL HIGHLY SCENTED AND PURE FUR THE HAIR.?Of all preparation, forthehiir or whiskers, noihing eqnsls the oil prepared from H< ir's srease. In i most instances, it restores the hair to the bald and will effeetnally preserve it from ifallmgoff in any event It was long noted by such eminsnt physicians and chemists, ailhelate Sir Humphrey Davy and Sir Heory Hal lord, that pare Bear's grease, properly prepared, was the treat thing ever discovered for the preservation of the hair, or restoring it when bald. Messrs. A 11. Sands 8c Co. have saved no espense iu get ting the genuine Bear's grease from Canada and elsewhere, end have prepared it in such a manner that the oil, combined with its high perfume, renders it indispensable for the toilet and dress ing room of all. ? _ Sold by A. B. SANDS It CO., N?. 373, Broadway, Granite Buildings, corner of Chambers street; 79 Fulton street, and 77 East Broadway. Price 40 ceuU large, 33 cents small bottles, fell lm*m CL~LEMaTeI)-RA S P AIL CIGARETTE, BY GRANDJEAN. T'HlC MOST respectable physicians in New Xork will certi 1 fy that Orandjean, I Barcl ly street, was ihe first person who introduced the RaSPAIL CIGARETTE to the public, made after tha genuine receipt sent to him from Paris. The Kaspsrl Cigarette, with Pearl Camphor, by Grendjean. The Camphor Cigarette arei|uill tubes,so arranged that the air passing through them becomes impregnated, at the ordinary temiwrntnre, wilh camphorated vapor, and so perfomed,reaches the lungs, holding the tuta in tha month by the smaller end, exactly aa s common cigar. i . T f'r#*Jiou may be had only of Orandjean, trans lated into English. Be particalar to call at the sccond doo* from Broadway in Barclay street. fi? Iw're AMERICAN HAIR DYE. to direction to change the n?tr from any othei color to a beantifu Jk.n Tike o^fnlii Byli ? WUh?Ut ?U?in? or imt*tiu? lh' Prepared only by DR. JAYNE. No 90 Booth Third itreet Philadelphia. Pi ice 40 cents. Bold by the Agenta, A BAD Band. Druggists, No. 79 k niton street, 973 Broadway, 77 F.ai ?roadway. jsuf im*m INDIA LONG SHAWLS., ~ FUMT RECEIVED by the sahtcribera, s trunk sf Camel ?' Hair Bhswl*- among them six very splendid l.ong Wlut Shvels, which will he sold at very r-avonahie prices, h, JAMES BECK k 0l>.. f*4 1 iliac 1?9 Broadway, the i 1 cat DALLY'3 TOBACCO MANUFACTORY, 989 Klver Bt. Troy .E Subscriber avails himself of thia method of communi cation to the public the fact that he is now manufacturing fine cut and smoking Tobacco and Sun IT, at 24J Kiver street, Troy, neat door to the Fulton market, The following may be found at all times at his store and factory:? Tobacco?The celebrated Fancy Virginia. This Tobacco took the premium at the late Fair. Extra ? hewing Tobacco, sweet Virginia; American Smoking Tobacco, manufactured from the leaf; Spanish do, Turkish do. Snuvks? llosc scented, No. 1; Maccaboy, American Gentle man, Lundyfoot, French Kapee, and lush Blackguard. The above articles are all warranted to be made of the finest qualities of leaf tobacco, and 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 elsewhere. Orders directed as above will meet with prompt attention,and custom, rs may rely on having the sume pains taken as if they werepersonalfy pteaeut. (T7~ E. Savage, 254 Fulton street, and A. A. Samanos, Broadway, Agents for the city of New York. Troy, Jan. 18, 1843. j29 lm?ec CIGARS! CIGARS! CIGARS! NEZEKIEL, 93 Nassau street, opposite the Herald Build ? iugs, respectfully invites the atteution of his friends and the public generally, to the following choice Cigars, just re ceived by late arrivals from Havana :? Regalias of various Panetelos of various Alliausa, brands, brands, Knickerbocker N irmns, Principes, La Floriuda, Yn?'uuidad, Rionda, Estrellas, Kspermiza, Napoleones, Lara. La India, Noriegas, Lord Byrons. The above Segars are guaranteed as gennineand import-d, and the trade are invited to call and examine them. N. B.?Orders from abroad will be strictly uttended to f!7 lin*rc TO RAIL ROAI) COMPANIES 'TMMb' PATENT CAR BUX. for Ra1 1 road Journals.?The A proprietors of Tims'1 ateut Car Box respectfully call the atteuiion of llauroad (Companies. Car Manufacturers and all others interested, as the proprietors ituarantee their anility to tun 4000 miles at least, without renewing the oil, and to keen yie oil and wearing parts cteau and free limn dust and dirt, sou Stn keep the oil in the box, and 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 Kanouse, of Jersey City iheir agent, to whom application can be made for right, and manufacturing them in any quantity, and will be attended to immediately bv the above, or the undersigned proprietors. January 11th, 1845. TIMS, HILL ?c BOODY. j26 lm'ec LASTS, LEATHER AND FINDINGS. TJAV1NG been awarded the Diploma at the late Fair of the *1. American Institute, for the best lasts, I am prepared to furnish au article of Lasts which cannot be surpajseu in this or any other city in the United States. Sole and Upper Leather of all kinds, Black and Colored Mo rocco and Kid Skins, with Deer, Goat aud Lamb Skin Bind ings, Shoe Threads, Lastings Galloons, Sheetings, Linen and Leath-r Linings, Boot Cord nnd Webs, Boot Trees, Hammers, Piiic-rs, Awls and Tacks, with a full assortment of Siioe tnakrrs' Tools, of the most approved patterns, ch?ap for cash. WARREN ?. WlLkEY, 295 Spring street, betweeu Greenwich and Washington streets, New trork. N. B.?The Greenwich Line of Stages pass within a block of the store. f20 lin*m JACKSON, STACEY & SMITH, fl/T ANUKACTURER8 AND IMPORTERS of Pen,(Pocket ltJ. and Table Cutlery, Razors, Scissors, Files, Saws, Tools, and other descriptions of Sheffield Ootids? jail Im?m 1* PLA IT "TRKKT.IUp Stairs SIX BARREL SELF-COCKING AND R EVOLVING PISTOLS BLUNT & SYMS, No 44- Chatham street, AT ANUFACTURER8 of the above article have now a enm ?1-vA plete assortment reedy for the Spring trade, which they of fer at reduced prices. They would invite the attention of mer chants and dealers to their assortment, to the manufacture of which, they have paid personal attention, and from the increased fjsantity they are making, can sell them lower than before of Also? Guns of their own manufacture, as well as every vari ety of imported Gnns and implements, iu quantities to suit ptir chaser?, at exceedingly low prices. fit >sa*m _ m TO TAILORS. 'T' HE 'Second Edition of Stinemet's celebrated work on eut L ting garments of every description in a style of elegance un equalled, is now published and randy far delivery. Those who desire to avail themselves of the great advantages to be derived ,'rom the nse of the instructions it contains, wonld do well to obtain a copy without delay. The book it 12 by 17 inches square, and contains 17 elegant diagrams of all the various styles at garments warn at the present day, with full a id ample instruc tions for cutting 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 undersigned being practically acquainted with Mr. Stine met's Treatise on Cntting Garments, with pleasure recommend it as a work complete in its arrangements, and iu its practical ap plication to cutting, superior to any heretofore published, either in Enropa or America. P. Henry tic Son, Daniel Cutter, Steals It Banker, Charles Cox, E. W. Tryqn It Co., B. K. Horner, James Daily, John Haviland, J. H. Banker. The above can be obtained of the author, No. 113 Broadway, New York ft lm*ee FRENCH CHINA. REMOVED TO NO. 66 LIBERTY STREET, (UP STAIRS.) ADALESME, Importer and Ageat for Manufacturers. has ? always on hand a large assortment of dinner and tea sets, a plain white and gilt French Porcelain, as well as Dinnsr and Dessert Plates, of all sixes, assorted Dishes, Soap Tuieens, Covemd Dishes, 8slad Bowls, Frait Baskets, Costards and Stasias. Also, Casey Tea Self, sad Rich Decorated Dinner Seta. Alto, Tea sad Chocolate V/are. Greek, Fraaeh and American .oape All the articles are wa,-r??lret of tCe host quality. akd M be ?old oa liberal terms, and in Iota to sai tlparahasers. ? II Sir TO PRINTERS AND COLOR MAKERS. 170R 8 ALE?On# half interest in a Printing Machiue, with " apparatus complete, for printing of Satiuetts, ltc.,in success ful operation in the city of New York. To a |icson who un derstands the making of color, together with a small capital, this upportnnitv shows great advantages, as his serv.cas will be remunerated, as well as half profits on a bnsinesv whii h is al r ady established. For further particulars, ?pply to, if by letter post-paid, J. W., Herald officr, or No. 8 Piatt street, between the honrs of 10 and It o'clock, A. M. 120 2w*rc PATENT AGATE BUTTONS. THOA PROSSER, PATENTEE, 7 Piatt Street, New York. VTOT1CE is hereby given, that the undersigned is the Patentee fl and Exclnsive Owner of th- Patent Right for th* Poreelaiu Button, commonly known as ''Prosser'a Patent Agate Button " Let ers Patent have been duly granted to I im bv th-United -Hates, to take effect from the29th January 1041. I have caused suits to be commenced in ike Circuit Court of the United States for the Southern District of New York, for the infringe ment of said Letters Patent, and am prepared to enforc and substantiate my rights under said Patent, to the fullest ex tent of the law. I give this public notice to all. that I sh II pro ceed forthwith, bv suit for (Linages, and bv bill in equity, Lr injunction against all persons infringing upon said Patent Th* Buttons are for sale by me at wholesale only, at mv store 7 Piatt street, New York. P22 lm*rc THOMAS PROSSER. SOAP WORKS Aisn PERFUMERY DEPOT. I.N ADDITION to oui Manufactory, we hare ore ed a Store for the sale ofonr I" conomical baucy 8o?pa and all kinds of Perfumery, Family Soap, Patent Crystalline Candle* Sic., dir. We solicit purchaser* to inspect our stock, which we offer on the lowest terms. Shippers to the West Indies and South America, are particu larly invited to eiamine our Crystalline Candles. Sales Room No. 3 Conrtlanot stieet, neir door to the New National Hotel. JOHNSON, VttOOM fc FOWLER. fM lm*ee HEAPEHT AND BKST.-Ked Ash COAL, at J. Weeks Yard, 156 Elizabeth st. All under sheds, dry, re-screened, and delirered clean to any part of the city, at the low prices, til. Large Nut, $6; Large Stove, ti 50; Broken and Egg, $5 50. Orders recei v .l by City Despatch. Store corner Houston and Elisabeth sts, and at the Yard, 350 Elizabeth, near Bleecker. jli lm'rc JACOB WEEKS HAVE YOU A COUGH 1 DO not neglect it. Thonsauds have met a premature death for the want of a little attention to a common cold. HAVE YOU A COUOH I?Dr. Jayne's Expectorant, a safe medical prescription, containing no poisonous drugs, and used in an estenaive practice for several yeais, will most positively afford relief, end save yon from (hat awful diaease, pulmonarv consumption, which annually sweeps into the grave hundreds of the young, the old, the fair, the lovely and the gay. Have you a congh 1?Be |>erauaded to purchase a bottle of the Exiiectorant to-day?to-morrow may be too late Have you a cough I?Jayne's E*"-<ctorant is the only remedy yon should take to cure vou; for isplain reason,that in no one of the thousand cases where it hi been used has it failed to re lieve. Prepared and sold by Dr. J iyiie, JO South Third street, Phi ladelphia. Sold by the agents, A. B. St D. Sands, Druggists, No. 79 Fulton street, 273 Broadway, and 77 East Broadway, jatt ltn"m CONSUMPTION IS CURABLE THOMSON'S COMPOUND SYRUP OF

TAR AND WOOD NAPT HA INFLAMMATION of the Mucous Membranes is the result ol some impression made upon lhembycoldorolbercsu.es, hence Chronic Cat'rrh, Spitting of BlooJl, Bronchitis. Asthma ?resulting in CONSUMPTION, Oastrins, diseased Liv r and Kidneys, Palpitation of theHenrt.lkc brum mconte-tihleevi dence, it it proved that THOMSON'S COMPOUND 8V RtlPOKTARAND WOOD NAPTHA is a stiecific in these complaints?allaying irritation, promoting healthy secretions, and remoting the existing cause of disease Thousands hav? used it and can hear testimony to its efficacy, q FARTHER PROOF !! ^ Philadelphia, March lat, 1H4I ?I hereby Lj certify, that in consequence of re O peited and neglected colds, ? a. my lungs became te- -4 a riously affected, C O & fj end for a ^ 5 ^ ? lok 1 ? > o e *u time I have 5 r? 5 w suffered with vio- 5 t* lent paint in the breast, X Q obstinate congh and diffi- ? 2 ^ colt expectoration, thetymp-X torn* daily increasing in violence. 2 I had recourse to various remedies, ?*, bs with no av<il, until I us^d THOMSON'S O COMPOUND SYRUP OF TAR, which effect- O ed a permanent cure before I hail taken three bottles. E. EVANS. Fayette street, below Arch. Principal Office?Northeast corner of Fifth and Spruce streets Sold wholesale and retail hv the Agents, A. B. isANDS 3 Co Druggists, f71 Broadway comer of t hamhera atrret lie tailed also, at 79 Fulton street and 77 Last Broadway Prior?00 cents per bottle, or 95 per doxen. til lm*m &?*! TO THE PUBLIC. M, IMS announce to that ha . _____ T DM U _ . prepared to eutertain all who mav favor him with their patronage. Having bean for th? put sixteen year* eiig-ged in the above capacity, he haa no heiitation in aaying that all favora ex ?ended to him bv the public will be duly appreciated, and every aatitlaction rendered to thegueata who may feel diaposed to pa trouize him. P- 8.?In order to keep pace with the timet, he ia warranted to change the price for hoard per day from $1 50 to (1 35. hoping at the tame time, it will meet the full and unnualiided approba lion of the travelling pnblic. H. JOHNSON, _ United States Hotel, cornerof Fulton, fl2 3w*r? Pearl and Water atreett. New York. fRENCH'S HOTEL.. 'T'HK PROPRIETOR respectfully informs hie frienda and A urnpublic that he hat opened hit new and splendid hotel W 133 Fulton ttreei, a few doort eaat of broad way, in the imme diate vicinity of mercantile bntineet and the principal placet of amusement, and hat furnithed it in a ttyle that will bear favor able comparison with the very beat hotela in the city The pro prietor in building and fitting up the above home hat had atrict regard to elegance and comfort. and tint he haa combined eco nomy the following pricrt will thow A ROOM FOll ONE NIOHT ? A '? " ?? WEEK 150 The rooms will be warmed gratia, and npon no oecaaion will there be more than one bed in a room. There it a REFECTORY attached, in which there are ?mis served np at all Hours of the day and evening. There ton alto Bath Kooma connected, fur warm, eo|d anu shower bnths The Porter will be in attendance at all timet daring the tight, to admit lodgart, and to let them out at all hoar*. N. 0.?1'hotewho want Lodgings alter the house elates, will ring the hall bell. alt 3in?n' national hotel, No. 5 Courtlnndt street and 87 Liberty atrect, NEW YORK. Three Doom from Broadway. '"PHIS NEW HOTEL will be opeued on the 10th inst .when A the Proprietors will he happy to accommodate their frieudt and the public with board. Th- Lodging Rooms are large and airy, and the internal arrangements tnen at caonot fail to please. The locetion being in the ceniie of business, it offer* induce ments to merchants from other cities eud the country, not sur pat'ed by any other House iu this city. The Furniture. Beds and Bedding, are all new and made ex preisly fur this establishment. Families who wsh Parlors and Sleeping Rooms attached can be I andsotnely accommodated The subscribers assure their friends and the pnblie, that no efforts on their pare shall be wanting to secure the comfort and convenience of iheir guests, and v liile they aolicit a share of their patronage, they hope, by uuceat'iie attention, to the duties of their vocatiou, to give eu tire satisfaction. CHARLES WiCKOFK Ik CO. f 7 m * rc ST. GEUtOiK HOTEL No. OL Broadway, New York. (Next Block below Triuity Church, and near Wall street.) Tilt subscribers, lessees and proprietors of llie above well A known establishment, having recently tiken it for a term of y"ars, flatter themselves, that they are now ready to m-et the wishes of their friands and patrons fry supplying tliem with every comfort aud convenience which a place like this can possibly afford The rooms of the house are large, airy and commodious: and have been, but lately, fitted np with new and elegant furni ture. The domestics are attentive, respectful and obedient?the ta ble abundantly supplied with all the substantial* and luxuries of good living?the cellar contains an ample store of the choicest W ines and Liquors?and the beds and bedding, throughout the house, are constantly kept in a clean auil h-alihful condition. Having availed iheinselves of these and many other advanta ges and accommodations so important to a public house, the proprietors not only deem it a duty: hnt, also, take pleasure in thus announcing it to travellers and the public in geueral. And. while endeavoring to please, although they do not pretend to sinile at comiietion, yet they are determined, by assiduous at tention to the wauts ol their guests, and the most reasonable charges, that, those who come to lh-ir house shall not meet with disappointment; and, that, those wbo go away shall not experi ence dissatisfaction. JOHN H. MOKE, PETER TYLEB. New York, Feb. 1, 1815. ft lin*rrc TAXES OF 1844. OFFICE OF RECEIVER OF TAXES,) Om Ai.ms House; P*rk. J OUR8UANT to the Act "for the Collection of Taxes in the 1 City of New York, passed April 18th, 1843," public notice is hereny given, that unless the Taxes now remaining unpaid, shall be paid to me at my office, on or before the fifteenth day of February next, an addition of one per cent will be charged: and a farther addition of one per cent will be charged on all uch Taxes remaining unpaid on the fifteenth day of March next. The present law requiring the Taxes to be paid to the Re ceiver only, (the office of Ward Collectors having been aoolish eil,| all those who can make it convenient to par their Taxes early, will find it greatly to their advantage to do so, thereby avoiding the crowd and delay which will necessarily occur for several days previous to the percentage, being charged. The Tax Bills may be obtaiued on application at the office. Office hours from 8 o'clock, A. M. until 2 o'clock P. M. H. T. K1ER8TED, jaTtoMrl* re Receiver of Taxes. OFFICE OF JEFFERSON INSURANCE Co., ( NEW YORK, Feb. J, 1845. J A T an Election held this day for Directors of this Institution, sx. for the ensuing year, the following gentlemen were elected such Director*:? Thomas W. Thorne, Elisha Riggs, Thomas T. Woodruff, Anson Baker, B R. Robson, M. D., Joseph Drake, Thomson Price, Joseph Allen. Moses Tuck r, James E. Holmes, John R. Divison, John P. Moore, John H. Lee, Win, K. Thorn, Caleb 0. Tunis, Thomas Morrell, Francis P. Sage, Engene Bopart, John C Merrilt, Robert Smith, At a iub?equeut meeting of the Board THOMAS W. L'-- ' Tt-elerted Pr. sident. T. HOPE Secretary. THORNE, Esq., was unanimously re-elerted Pr. sident. flee GEO - " WHOLESALE ANl) RETAIL PICKLING AND PRESERVE WAREHOUSE. rPHE SUBSCRIBERS, of the only original establishment ol 2- the kind, offer to the notice of our southern friends, mer chants, and our own city and country trade, the largest and heat selected assortment of Fruits evar before presented to tlfe public. Peaches?Malaaaturiea, Morris' Whites, Honest Johns, Late Heath, Sic. Pine Apples, Raspberries, Apricotta, Strawberries, Egg, and other Plumbs, all possessing in their preservation their aatural flavors. Alio, Jelly's of the Strawberry, Raspberry, Quince, and Pine Apple and Cranberry. Also. Pickles, Catsnps, and Sauces, sf every imaginable de scription, in glass jars, or every sixe, to suit this coaseatsnce of the purchaser, Also, Pickled and Stewed Oyitert, potted for exportation, and warranted to keep in any climate. Hotel Keepers, Boarding House Keepers, (Jraaare, Skip Masters audTrivue Families, all are invited CuaelLxnd ex amine the best selected and most beautifo! stock of tie kind ever before offered to the attention of the public. RECKHOW (k VINCRNT, 55 Coartlaaata'reer, N. B.?Eighty dozen fresh Havana Pines, in gasd as 1?r, for sale. Also, 1800 Oyster Kegs 4MB I've FRENCH CHINA AND GLASS WAREo FOEKARDIN, Commission Merchant, 15 John street, up ? stairs, has jnst received on consign meal.and offers for sale, wholrse or retail, a splendid assortment of the above articles, comprising? Plain white and rich fancy decorated Dining Sets; Dessert, Tea and Supptr Sets; Toilet Sets; stng'eCups ami Mugs, with mottos; Cologne Bottle Figurea; Teteatete Sets, Sic., Sic. Also, plain and rich Cut Olaas Decanters. Water Bottles, '"elery Bowls, Preserve Dishes, Tumblers, Goblets, Wines, Sic., Sic. Astral and Solar I,amp Shadei and Globes. 1/"" Orders for Cot Glass Ware Gilding and Painting on China Ware, to match any pattern, exeevted promptly. 125 Im*rc COLORED PAPER AND FANCY PAPER BOXES. AK. BODEN resiectfully informs his friends and the ? _ public, that he continues to manufacture Colored Paper aud Fancy P<i|wr Botes, in all varieties, at the old stand of the late firm of Bl.mc Si Boon, 74 Fulton corner of Gold street He i* fnllv determined to manufactu.e a superior article, and to put the prices so aa to satisfy hia customers. Order* will be puuctua'ly attended to. N. B.?A good assortment of Colored tapers and Fancy Paper Bote* always ou hand. ja30 2in*ec NANUS'S SAKHAPAR.1LLA '"PHE INSTINCT iii'animals, in direct opposition tu the rea A ion of man, teaches ihem what vegetable productions to eat and which to avoid, but mere ioitict itoea uo further. It cannot improve upon discovery. It belongs to enlixhtened rvason to elaborate, to improve, to perfect that which it hi* diaaovered. Sands'* Hart iparilla is an exemplification of the wonderful effi cacy which intellect, through the inedum of scientific research auJ philosophical experiment, may devolve in the preparation of a medicinal root. In all scrofula diseases, in every disorder originating in a diseased couditiou of the vital element?and how lar. e a proportion of all diseasea do theae classes compre hend?this well known specific is held to be infallible in ita ef fects. When a'l all other piactice haa failed, when the exhibi tion of every oilier variety of mediciue which skill or hope sug Csted have proved useless, Hands1 Sarsajwrilla has in number is instances wrought a speedy cure. The following certificates, recently received, will ber*ad with interest, anu for further particulars the reader is referred to a pamphlet which is furnished without charge by all the Agents. llnvoiisMPTOtv, N. V., Oct. 17, 1814. Messrs. A. B. It D. Harms: ? I hate been afflicted with scrofula for nine years nasi. Itap t-eared in various forwas from its commencement, nut did not break out in ulcers until ahont four tears ago a large swelling appeared on my arm I had it lanced. It then cotnineuced eat iug, and continued to eat nntil the Meshy part of my arm, from my elbow to my shoulder, was nearly all tilcnrs. It then broke out ou both sides of ,i,y neck and p>x'*nded to my face. 1 had a number ol n cers on my ancle ana bottoms of my leet. My suf fering seemed almost intolerable. The most of the time 1 have been under the care of physicians; I have taken iodine,Hwain's Panacea and other ptepaiattons, and I had neirly despaired of getting relief, when I was induced by Mr Hrckford to try your Sarsaparilla. My sores assumed a more healthy appearance, ami I Mattered myself with tbe plea that I should be well again. 1 have now taken eighteen bottles of your m-dirine. My sores are all healed and my genrnl health is better than it hat been for ni> e years, and I a.crib- my enm to theefflci--nc y of your Har saparilla Had l.known its vntnies years ago, I should have been saved much severe suffering and a disfigured nuts, and my husband won'd have been saved great ex< ense, Signed, CYNTHIA N. TWTPKR. I cheerfully teatify to the truth of th. above stutegrewl of my wife. MASON V. TmtTKK. The following inte esting case must ccmmrnd itsslTtothe careful attention of those similarly afflicted:? ^SANDS' CELEBRATED SARSAPARILLA. I speak eip-riineutally when I say that this medicine is fa more effective in the tuse of chronic or acute rheumatism, than any other preparation I have ever tested. Having eudtir.d ex treme snffeiing at timea within the last five ye?rs, (rom repeated attacks ol iiillainmatoryrtieuinatism. I have recently used Hands' HarsspviiMa with the happiest success My health is now (let ter tlnn it has been for many months pust, my appetite is good, and my strength is rapidly returning. I attribute this healthful change entirely to the use of this potent medicine, keeling a defy ^sympathy with those who are afflicted with this most tor mesting and painful complaint. I Cannot refrain from most ear nestly recomme-ding to such the use of this valuable specific. Having the most entire confidence in ihe medicine and skill of Dr. Hands, I was induced thereby to try the effects of their Har saparilla, and I take pleasure iu adding mv testimony to that of many others, commendatory of its individual properties, uu kuown to and unsolicited by the Messrs, Sands. CHARLES DYEH, Jr., Druggist and Apothecary, 40 and 42 Westmiusler st, Providence, R. I. kor fuithrr particulars and conclusive evidence of its snpe rior value ana efficacy, vee pamphlets, which may be obtained gratis of Agents. * Prejared and sold,wholesale and retail,and forexportation, by A. B. It U. HANDS, Imiagists, 79 knlton street, 271 Broadway, 77 EaslBroadway. I 6 lill*ec K HOE at CO *8"PATIENT CARD PR ESSES. Ok.Vk.KM. of the shove UUp bines can now lie seen ?t the s-7 w i erooms of ihe proprietors, 2U and 7i (Jold slreei Printers and others are in sited lo eaamiun them dl ft) 2wm PMkiUll. [Correspondence ol the Herald.} Phekskill, February 25,1845 , More Post-Office Complaints. Dear Sir: What is the difficulty with the news paper mails 1 New York papers, letters and pack ages front Washington, and many other places, reach this office by way ol Albany, Poughkeepsie, ?fcc. I have enquired of the Post-master of this place, who can no more account lor it than myself. Some unfavorable change must have taken place in the newspaper department to occasion this con tinual derangement of our mail matter J. S. P Buffalo. (Correspondence ol the Herald) Buffalo, Feb. 20, 1845. | The Weather at the West. Dear Sir:?Yesterday was the warmest day ever i known in the month of February in this city; everything seemed to melt before the sun, one would think Millerism was fast approaching; the most, ot the winter has been unusually mild; up to the 1st instant there was little or no ice to be seen in the bay fronting the city; since that time it has j been covered over with ice hardly thick enough to hold together. Already we begin to hear the hammer and axe raising their notes io the tune ot repairs upon the boats and vesst Is in our harbor, and from present appearances of the weather you may expect to hear from here within twenty days that some of our steamboats have left for Detroit, and perhaps the UpperLakes. "Combinations"(the greatest curse that ever fell upon any nation or communities) are no more, either on the lakes or canals; they died a naturuldeaili last season, never to be resuscitated by the present generation, carry ing with them the authors, and the welfare of tne country was piomoted by their exit. All Hail. Philadelphia. [Correspondence of the Herald ] Philadelphia, Feb. 26,1845. Grand Military Parade?Commerce of 'the City? Visitors cn route to Washington?Rumored Ap pointment?Rival Railroad Companies?Polk and Dallas Ball?Mr. Geo. Bancroft, Sf<:. Ma. Editor : It was my intention to have written you on Mon day, but, owing to the number of attractions a^out the city on that day, my time was wholly absorbed. On Monday the military paraded, pursuant to or ders, and a magnificent display they made. It was said, by the most experienced and observing judges, that bo beautiful a display had not been witnessed for many years. I am su*prised to find so great a falling off in the commerce of this city, but, on the other hand, there is a great in crease of manufactures. The theatres are doing nothing. Chestnut street is crowded daily wiih heauiitul women. A very large number ot New Yorkers passed through the city to-day on their way toWushington. Everybody's eyes are apparent ly turned towards Washington. Jt is rumored here that Richard Vaux, Esq., Recorder of this city, will be appointed Charge ties Affaires to Belgium He was once Secretary to the Court of St. James under Minister Stevenson, also Secretary of Lega tion to Belgium, and a thorough democrat. The most amusing scene at this time here, is the fight between the Reading Railroad Company and the Schuylkill Navigation Company. Some rich scenes will develope themselves in a short time between these two companies, as they are telling truths on one another. The Schuylkill Navigation Compa ny wish to borrow $1,000,000 to widen their canal irom here to Pottsville, but the Reading Railroad Company think there is no necessity tor that, as they intend to bring to market coal enough to sup ply the world. There wns a great Folk and Dalla. ball last Monday night at the Arch street theatre it was very mild, as the ladies are saving their dresses for the great Inauguration Ball on the 4 h of Msrch in Washington. George Baucroft arrived here from the south on Saturday evening laet, and immediately proceeded to the New Yoik Railroad depot. His great desire to get the news of the day was such, that he purchased the Herald, and weni out on the end of the wharf, and stood in the ratn to keep from public gaze, probably fearful that peo pie might think he had just left Mr Polk, since it is rumored that he is to compose a part of Mr. Pnllt 'a nahinot T-T a ia mnru o ?*i et.. ova t i n m k i... .. Polk's cabinet. He is more aristocratic in his way of travelling than he is democratic I have some beautiful developments which I will give you in a few days. Yours, Cafe May. Varieties. Copies of the records of the Supreme Court of Rhode Island, relating to the trial of Mr. Dorr, was to be sent to Washington, as required by the writ of error issued by the U. 9 Supreme Court on motion of Mr. B F Hallett, this day. As the court is to sit until the 10th of March, it sjems probable that a hearing may be had before its ad journment. Mr .Whipple, who is now at Washington, appears (or Rhode Island. From the Cherokee nation it has been announced that Lewis Regeis, who, it was all<gad, was muidered by the lloss partt, is yet alive, and that hopes are entertained of his recovery. A Native Convention was held at Harrlsburg on Tues day, U. B Brown, ?sq., read an historical paper on the riots in Philadelphia, and alter giving nine cheers lor themselves and their cause,adjourned sine die. The bill allowing negroes to testifying in courts of justice, has pa.sea the Ohio Senate ; hut before tbey can ne witnesses, white men are to be sworn as to their credibility. It is said thai -100 families have wintered in Booneville, Mo., with a view of emigrating to Oregon in ths spring Joel Munsell, oflhany, the publisher of a libelious work, called the " Pew Holder," has been fined $J40, (or not answering before the Orsnd Jury squestiou as to the uuthorship. The qualities of the iron ore which compose*, the vast mountain to the westward of St. Louis, Mo., has nt last been (airly teated. The Governor of Missouri haa re ceived trom Monsieur Alexander Vattemare, of Paris, an acknowledgment of the receipt of apecimens of that ore, which were submitted to the Royal Institute of Mines, and on a proper analysis, it has een discovered to be auperior to the heat Swedish iron, which for a long time haa been considered the best in Eurvpe. There is now on the stocks nt Pittsburgh, an iron forty lour gun frigate, ot about 1100 tons, to tie ship rigged and propelled on Lieut. Hunter's plan. This will be the largest iron vessel ever built in the United States. She will not be launched until neit season. By a letter received from Rev. George E. Day of Marl borough, Mass , now at Berlin, Prussia, we learn that the celebrated historian and traveller, Von Reuemer, has ai rived in thnt city frc m his late tour through the United States, and that he is most favorably impressed with the institutions and prospects ot our country. He will speedily publish the results of his investigation* nmong us?indeed the work is already in the press The Rev Mr. D y's health is good, ond he is expecting to em hark for the United States about the middle of April.?IV ?. Puritan. Legislature of New Yokk?In Senate, Feb. 24.?Reportt of Committees.? By Mr. Smith, from the committee on agriculture, adverse to the peti tion of citizens of New York for an Agricultural College and Experimental Farm. The report of the committee was agreed to Mr Jones called up the joint resolutions on the sublet of the New York Pilot Lawn The BUbject wm debuted hy Mr. Folsom, when on motion of Mr Porter the resolutions were laid on the tahle, with the view of going into Execu tive S# sion. The question being taken, the motion prevailed? ayes 11, noes 7. In Assembly.? Rtportt of Cornmiltret?IIy Mr A. H Rttbl, by bill, to incorporate the People's Mutual Insurance Co in New Yntk ; also, hy fell, to incorporate the Security Mutual Insurance Co. in New Yotk The committee of the whole then took up the constitutional amendments The committee then rose and reported progress on the motion of Mr Morrison. The same committee took up the bill extending the act ot 1&40, for the relief of the New York In stitute for the Instruction of the Deaf and Dumb It extends the annual appropriation of $5,000 from the U. S Deposit Fund for the period ol five years; and authorizes the directors of the Institute t?? re ceive Irom each Nenate district four indigent deaf muteB in addition to the number now authorized by law, at an irnnual expense not exceeding $130 for each pupil, the pupils to be designated State pu pils, and to be subject to the supervision of the Su i>erintendent of Common Schools The bill was passed without amendment. Ad journed. Western Travel ?We learn that the number >f persons now on the route trom the West to ihe Knstrrn cities i* unprrcedentedly larg?. Yesterday morn i?g no leu than sixteen conches arrived nt Cumberland from Wheeling with one hundred nnd fltty pa?*engi r*. nil ?>t whom came to thu city by the Baltimore and Ohio Krilroad. Other coaches, well loaded, were on the load, ind the passengers report that the *teamhoat* on the Ohio were alio lull of naaarngeil, hound east A goodly por tion of these are Western merchant*, anil other* are, no doubt, visiter* 1o Washington deigning 'o be , resent at the Inauguration on *1 e Ph i i March hultimorr American Common Council. Board or AuiiTiDTi ?This Board held a special meet ing hut evening? W. Everdell, Esq in the chair. The minutes of the last meeting were read and ap proved. Report> - From Committee on Laws, in favor of refund ing N. B. Blunt, E;q. $250, expenses incurred by him in defending a Comoiation suit in 1842 Adopted. Popeu from the hoard of Jlldei men?Repartt concurred in?In favor of transfer ot stall No. 23 Essex Market, to John Brown, Jr. Concurred in. luluvorof an appropriation for the purchase of farm ing uteusila for the use of the grounds on Randall's Island. in favorol regulating Uloooiiugdale road, from5th ave. nue to 42d strett, uith curb and gutter atones. ?Appointment.?John Cartoll, policeman. Concurred in. lu favor of taking two lots in Elizabeth street for a Corporation yard. Concurred in. in favor of compensating Dr Martin for medical ser vices, 10, in ftlh Distiict W atchhouse. R poit of Committee on Finance, with communication from the Comptroller, with schedule in relation to city taxation for 1845. Mr. C hah Lie k objected to the reception of the report on the groui.d that, inasmuch as the leport was not accom panied with the original p*per irom the Comptroller, on which the report was founded. The Chair decided Mr. C. out of order. Mr. Cmaslick appealed from the decision of the Chair. The decision oi the Chair was sustained Mr. Charmck considered the abstracting of the docu ment was a fraud up n the people ol the city, and he trusted that the tffiir would he remedied. Some $200,000 was hid uway by this mode of piocerding, Mr. Tccbs.b rose to order.?Mr. C. was travelling out of the question; and as he wished not to have time unne Oesa irny ccn-umed, and to go home Mr. ( harlick had no objection to the gentleman's proceeding home, and nodount the city would not suffer much by his absence. (Laughter) Mr. C. continued: the enoimoua increase of taxation, as proposed by the re part, would involve the city in an amount of debt which they could not pay. The policy pursued by the Comp t oiler would be ruinous to the city. After expressing his dissent from the report and accompanying resolution, Mr. C. proposed an amendment, which was lost, when the report wag concurred in The Board then adjaurned. Common Fleas, Before Judge Daly. Feb 26.?Benjamin Jtudesly vs. Robert Davie et al.? In this case already uoticed, tne jury rendered a verdict in favor of plaint it) of $50 damages, 6 cents cos'tf. Benjamin I^eRoy vs Warren S. Wilkey and Orisnold Af. Rogers. -Tins was an action of trover brought to recover t he value ol certain goods consisting of boots, shoes, he., ? mounting to some $400 or $500. It appeared in evidence that defendants are dealers in findings, doing business in Canal street, that for some tim ? prior to July, 1842, they had been in the habit of supplying the Arm of Coles and Kenton, (dealers in shoer.) About that time Colea and Fen ton's credit being in rather precarious circumstances they assigned over the goods, he., in the store to defendants, who. at the instigation ol other cr ditois, allowed them to continue the business In March,1842,Coles left the con cern, and in Oct, 1844, Fenton made an assignment to the titaintid'; Wilkey, however, seized the goods under the prior assignment, and they were sold by Rogers. It is to i i cover their value that plnintjffhrings this suit. For de fence the prior assignment was offered in evidence, in an swer to which it was contended by plaintiff that part of ?tie money due to WilKey had been paid, and that the aoods taken by deiendants were not those assigned to 'hem. Justice's Court* B. tore Justice French. Feb 25 ?The Sfortssic's Clob abd the Oame Laws. ? Bernard J Messerole vs Philip Hardy ?This was an ac tion brought by ttie.New Yoik sportsmen's Club, ot which lie plaintiff is president, uuuinst the defendant, for a vie I ition of a city ordinance for having game in his posses sion, (Ave partridges ) at a period forbidden by low. it appeared conclusively in evidence that the defendant keeps a stand in Washington market for the sale of poul try, and that, on the 1st Monday ot February, he, and ve nous other dealers, had a large number of partiidges on 'heir stands lor sale, and oA'errd them for sale at 60 cents a p tir The defendant produced a Mrs. Jones as a witness, whotestiAed that she and her son were the owners of a box of partridges, amounting to about 300 that bad been shot in Pennsylvania, and bud recently been brought here and she had given these partridges to various persons in !te market to sell on ber account It appeared, further, that the New York Spor ?men's Club had taken the viola lion of the game laws into their serious consideration, as . wing to the immense quantities of game improperly de stroyed before they have come to their full growth, the game is seriously deteriorated in numver, and. for the , nrpose of increasing tiie stock of quail in this vicinity, ?iey have recently appropriated $100, to obtain a lot of live quail from Virginia, to set tree here Judgment for plaintiff, $50. James McClay. Secretary to the Club, for plaintiff.? Defendant, in person. We understand there are vurious other suits pending, ?ind the Club intenJ to follow out these prosecutions ' igorously. .Justices' Court, B> fore Justice Hoxie. Mayor and Corporation vt. Mr. [lode.?This W8? a suit rougnt by the piuintitts, under the ordinances of the city, lordoaling in second hand articles without a license ?in the 33th of January last, und for exposing ware* for ?"ale more than 13 itches from the tront wall ot defend int't store The defendant is a clothier in Chatham st, occupying two stores, Nos. 3d and 29. The witmsses, who laid the it formation, were rival clothiers nnd neighbors, occupying the store No. 31| Chatham street, just between the defendant's two stores. For the tir?t offence the penalty is $60?for the second the penalty is $5 Whirl Fei.i.oman was the Brst witness for plaintiff', who testified that he was a clothier, keeping in the store No. 31 J; that the defendant dealt in second lytnd clothes at the two places above mentioned; that he knew delendant dealt in second hand clothes, because he, thewitDcss. had s?tn a coat rxpesrd for aalr there, that had been offered to the witnesa for salo; and that he went to thecorpora.ion attorney and laid the information against the defendant on the 36th of January One oss-examiuation, the witness acknowledged that he had had some dispute with the de fendant, but could not recollect when it occurred or what it was about; and that the reason he went and informed was, that the defendant placed bis goods at the d>>orso conspicuously, as to prevent the witness's goods lrom be ing seen to the same advantage; and that, though he had given the information against the defendant for having dealt in second hand article* on the 33th of January last, yet he could not say that the delendant actually did desl in such article* on ihe 25 h of January, because he was tiev<'r iu his store. The UoKrna*Tion Aitohmv here abandoned the ease in tio far a* the first complaint was concerned, and called Jtcoe Hibsi HHkRa as a witness, who teatifli d that the defendant placed bis goo 's about three feet beyond the wall of his house, but that he had never measured it; was not a earpen'er, and no business at ail except a clothier: that he kept at the some place a* the last witness, and went with the last witness to info m against defendant The rcfpiniiie counsel summed op, and the jury brought iu a verdict tor plaintiffs in a penalty of $3. For plaintiffs, the i orporation Attorney; for defendant, J imes McOay, Esq. Robbery of the Whitehall Mail.?The pouch of the m ill-bug, from Whitehall to Albany, was cut fiom the rear bout of the mail stage last evening. The robbery 110k place between Troy and Albany, the straps of the boot having been cut. Of course the contents taken are not known ns yet. The bag waa not miated until the ?tag reached the Albany office A value was also taken from the boot. The way mail bag, being in ihe forward boot, was untouehed The assistant Postmaiter, aided by tbo contractor, made immediate search on the Troy road, but found nothing.? JiIbany Jirpur. Manufactures in Columbus ?Extract of a let ter lrom Columbus, Gen , undet date of the lffth instant" Columbus is destined to be the great town of the South, se ail visitors say, remaiking the increased recipt of the great staple tlie present astscs, the lively o id biuy nppeHriince of our streets, the tremendous nun til.c'uiing power we have, the fact that we have one factory within the corporate limits, one without, in suc cessful operation, and two will be commenced shortly within the aforesaid limits " Naval ?The U ?t. steamer Princeton, Captain Stockton, in 3d hours from New York, arrived hereon Sunday morning ami anchored off the Naval Hospital ? Norfolk Herald, Fib. 28. Naval ?The Allowing deaths occurred on board the frigate Patumic, h nee site ended trout Norfolk on the 8th D*C< mbttif, 1944 : - Daniel Dunn, landsman, at sea January 1, 1843; lames, Cocks, ordinary seaman at iea, January 24. (termmi T. Poultney, ordinary soamnn, a' sea, January 27 FOR HALE?\ys'nahle Faim. forming a part of the jKpgltrtf t known as Morrisinia. aitua'ed on the Harlrm river. ?Jta>in lbs county el Westchester, consisting of cue hundred sad ten seres of land, propel y fenced nnd in good order. Upon the Farm there is a commodious modem built Mansion Honse, with ii garden, stable and *11 uecers try appendages, suitable for \ gentleman'* country residence. There yrr also upon the barm wo Farm fionses, and all uecesaary out biiildin*s Also, a valuable mill site and water power, and *u orchard. The aaid Farm i* very accessible from the city, being wuh n uine mile* of the City Mall, W its the privilege of a five brtote across the Harlem river. The csrs of the ilarlwn Railroad tun within half a mile of the house. For term* ami further pnrtirul'rs in quire b twren 13 and 3 !'? M. of H. M. \10KR1N, jlRlm'rc II Pine street, second ?tory. THE PICTORIAL NEWS RtlOM, No. 33 CATHERINE STREET, BETWEEN EAST BROADWAY AND HENRY STREET. nHAWKKS. having fitted np a Parlor as a Oe. eral News ? Room, tinder the above title, will he happy to see his friends, ami hopes by attention to business to merit a con tinuance of th>- favor* so liberally beatowed sinee he lias been in the public line. The room furnished with New York and Old Country Pa | per* regularly. The Bar supplied with choice Wines and Spirits, fiue flavor ed Segars, and fiue Pale Ala, lie. J*3 lm*ec oRIXkDNEK, CONSULT!NG "kNGINSEE.. A CARD.?The Public is informed, that Dr LARDNEK continue* the practice of busmsss is a Consulting Eugi gineer w uch he followed ou *n esiensnr scale for many year* in England and Fiance. Inventors, patentees, manut.etarrra, merchants and others -ng*?e<l in the arts and manufacture*, mayconautt him on muter* requiring the application of the principles ol practical science. ( ertific.ues and onintoaa 90 the validity md nsefalnea* of new inventions and processes ir ih* iru ll'poris on ditpnted qnastions and donbttal points, eg p.-rimt '.til investigations, with a view to the discovery or test ing of improved proeeases, will be supplied or undertaken when se m 1 red tiffee No 31 Sprue* sliest, New 1 or? All Rnsineas letter* must be post-paid, and to PVei-in rune b i.i* lust by frivolous aj.pliceti n? ill ap|flHauts wil' '? s p --I 10 pay a mttiii us fw ot $1* b-iore WMRlP >13 lmt?

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