Newspaper of The New York Herald, March 13, 1845, Page 1

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THE NEW 3. NEW YORK. THURSDAY MORNING. MARCH 13, 1845. *?~irw. THE NEW YORK HERALD AGGREGATE CIRCULATION THIRTY-FIVE THOUSAND. THE GREATEST IN THE WORLD. To tlie Public. Hl'HK NEW YOUR HERALD?Daily Newspaper?cm k liihed rrrry day ol t-Sa year except New Year's Day and Fourth ?f July. Price 1 ceota per copy?or fT 26 per aauum-poetagea paid?caah in adraaoa THE WEEKLY HERALD?pubhehed erery Saturdai morning?price 616 ceute per oopy, or $1 IS per annum?poet Itu paid, caah in adrance. AD V ERTIHKR8 arc informed that the circulation of the Herald ia over THIRTY-FIVE THOUSAND, and increasing feat It has the largest circulation of any paper tn this city, " e. the best channel for business or the world, and, is, therefore, men in the city or country- Plicae moderate?cash in adrance. PRINTING of all kinda executed at the moat moderate price, and in the moat elegant atyle. JAMES GORDON BENNETT. PmorniKTon or thx Hkkai.d Estabmshmkry, Northweat corner of Fulton and Nassau atreets. FOR NEW ORLEANS. LOUISIANA AND NEW YORK LINE OK PACKETS. Ml ilk. M. For t> e better accominoddtion o^hippers it i? intended i. de.pc'ch a ship fioin thia port on the 1st,5th, I6'h, 15th,30th,and 25th of eich month commencing the 10th of October, and c n tuiuiug until May, wheu regular day. will be appointed for the remainder of the year, whereby great deliys and dis-ppnint menu will he prevented during the summer moutha. The fol lowing ahip' will comm?ce this arrangement:? Bark GENESEE, Capt. Minott. Ship YAZOO, Capt. Wioray. Ship J A ? A, Capt. Perry. Shin LOUISVILLE, Capt. Hunt Ship 8HAKSPEARE, Capt Miner. Ship OSWEGO, Capt. Wood .Shin MISSISSIPPI. Capt. Hillard. Thes- ahipi were all built in the city of New York, expreealy for packet), are of a light of water, hare recently been newly cop ered and put in splendid order, with accommoda tion. for passengers unequalled for comfort. They are com ma ded by experienced maatera, who will make every exertion to give general avti.faction. They will at all timet be towed op and down the Mississippi by ateimboata Neither the cmptaina or owner, of thete .hip. will he reaponaibte for jewelry, bullion, precious at met. .ilrer, or plated Ware, or for any lettera, parcel, of,nackagea, sent by or put on board of (hem, unle*. regular bill, of lading are taken fortheaame, at the value there n ex Ptjaed E. K. COLLINS k CO , 56 South ? , or HULLINfc WOODRUFF, Agent, in New Oileana, who will promptly forward all goods to their addreaa. (Tr" I lie ships of thia line are warranted to tail punctually aa advartiaad, and great car. will ba taken to kave tlie good, cor rectly measured. d23 SAMUEL THOMPSON'S OLD ESTABLISHED PASSAGE OFFICE, No. 273 Pearl street. MB- Adgg- rtg iBBe jfikh IfiByL TTo^ubicriber. in announcing t^^eiMrrends ancUh^Iub E subscriber, in announcing to l . lie their continued and extended arrangements for bringing out Emigrant, from Great Britain and Ireland, wonld merely aay, that for the year 1845 considerable aaipenae have already been in cur ed, and no paina will be spared to enable them to retain that preference, which for more than twenty year* hare been extrud ed to thi. Line The .hip. employed are only of th* first class, commanded by eompeb ut aud efficient men, well known for their kind and con stant attention to the comfort and convenience of peuengeri, mid a. a ahip ef the Line sails from Liverpool every six days ; detention at that port is entirely avoided. When thra settled for, decline coming out. the passage money is retuntwNb those fVoin whom it was received, without any deduction. A free pat.age, per steamer, from the various porta in Ireland and Scotland, can be secured, if desired. For further particu lars enquire of SAMUEL TH0MP80N, 2TJ Pearl street, or C. GRIMBHAW k CO., 10 Gore* Piazza*, Liverpool. Drafts and Exchange at sight for any amount, can be fur nished on the Nat onal B<nkof Ireland, tne Northern Banking Companv, the National Bank of Scotland, payable at the nu merous Branches throughout the country; on C. Grim.haw fc Co., Merchants, Liverpool; and R C. 01 yn k Co., Bankers, London. u23 lm*m FOR SALE, OR TO LEASE?That well known ' Factory, with 16 lots of ground, situate at Hatlain, on n i 4 h aveune (railroad), between 12Sih and 29th sts ? The i ict"ry is a ve y substantial t? o story brick building 40 fert by 200 w th a brick carriage home and engine house adjoin in.. The s'rto ts and avenues are regulated and paved, ana all ass-ssments raid The premiss* are in complete urder, aud rea dy lor imm il ite occupancy. The >ame w.ll be sold or leased cheap, or excha ged f r city property Three fourths of the purchase money cut r. main on boud and mortgage for n long time. Apply to C. W. VAN VOORHIS or H P. McGOWN, 36 John street, whete a map of the property can be seen. mh!2 lm* m TO LET?Two Stores beautifully situated. In the new [ buildings (now nearly complete) ou the n irthwesterly Lcoruer of Broadway and Reade aueet, (known as the La 'Ukt> Buildings J Also, a large and convenient Basement, well calculated for an Oyster Saloon, kc. Also, several convenient Stores in the second story, suitable for Merchant Tailors, Fashionable Milliners, Dressmakers, kc. together with a variety of Rooms in the 2d, 3d, 4th, aqd 5ih stories, suitable fur Offices, Private Pal or. with folding doors, Pantries ami Bedrooms attached ; with Rooms suitable for Dentins, Painters, Daguerreotypes and Exhibition Rooms, kc. Those |iersons wanting rooms of the above description, are re quested to call and examine the same. Enquire ou the premise fl3 lm*rc TO LET?The large three story and attic Brick ' Dwelling House, situated on the north-easterly corner of ar _ tne Seventh Avenue and Thirteenth street,"with a fine 5uU. u, I roton water, kitchen rauges, marble mantels, sliding oore, kc., aud in an improving neighborhood. Rent low to a good tenant. .Alio?Four three story and attic Brick H oases, with Stores nudernealh, on tlie easterly tide of Sixth Avenue, between Twelfth and Thirteenth streets, with sliding doors, marble mantels, ? roton water, kc., suitable for sespectable families in moderate circumstances. Also?Fi ve ihiee story Brick Houaet, of a similar kind, on the easterly side of Gfeenwich Lane or Avenue, near the Eighth Avt one, aud opposite the large square. Also?The three story Brick House, with a Store underneath, on the easteily side of the Eighth Avenue, between 13lh and 14th streets, with marbie mantels, sliding doors, Crotou water, kc. All of the above Stores are excellent stands for business, and are suitable for drygoods and fancy-gooda, ladies' shoe stores, chiua and earthenware, hardware, jewelry, millinery, con fectionary, kc. The Store., with th* front basement-room, will be rented se parate from the dwelling parts if required, there being covered areas in front for fuel, kc. G. H. WINTER, I'll tm'rc 16 Wall street. m To LET?The Bulkhead, or Water Front,from War ffr? ren mm to Chambers street, (about 200 feet,) now occu JiaJflLi'iril aa the Newbury Lauding. The four story 8torr.No. Ill war.en street. One ol the >e? Building , between Wasb inn ion and West itrreu. The anperior three story Brick Hotue occupied i.y H. J. Cochran, Ukq , on Tenth Avenne near 22d atreei; tiaa mahogany doors, plated lurniinre.Croton water, lac. FOR SAL It. OK TO LET? 1 h* Mauaion and Farm at Gowuuus, L. i , about three inilea from the South Kerry. The House it hfty lert square, five atoriea, aud a auperior eellrr, root ci.pi*r d, uiahoaauv doors, plated furniture, tic. The hall and staira Italian marole. The building ia near the water, and ia w itnout equal as to situation in the United States. It will at couunouate fifty or sixty persons. The Farm is eighty acres?a from ou the Bay of one thousand feet, and a front on each side of Tlurd Areuue. It is in the Eighth Ward of the City of Brooklyn, auu laid out in llljiO Building Lots, and there ait many Bites on this property. 1 ha land is the oest on Long Island lor early vegetables, and can realixo five thousand dollars per auuuin, il atteuded to by an experienced gardener. ALSO, KUA BALK?The Beunet Farm, at Uowautu, about 2u0 Lota fronting on Th.rd and Fourth Avenues and the street leading to the Greenwood Cemetery. The Lois will be sold at low prices and long credit, and money loaned to those that build immediately. Apply to JOHN K. DELAPLAINE, flB 'm*rc No T New street, New York. TU SKCKKi' SUtJliiTTKS. MTO LK t'?From lat May next, the large Room in the upper story of houaa corner of Kast Broadway and Ca tharine street, luted up for a lodg - room. Can be seen ue...<*u 2H aud 5 o'clock, P.M. For further particu lars nuquireof K HP f Catharine street, or of J Hr.CHT, M Henry street ftl Im'm FOR SAJLE. A BEAUTIFUL FARM, situated in the town of tKastcheater, cout-miug seventy actus of good tliable and _?graaa laud. The Hoove is in perfect order aud conveuieut a.raugrd lor a large lauiily. (raid Farm is divided by the post road ruuuiug to New Kochelle and Marmarroneck, and runs down to Kaslcheiter creek, where there ia fine baas and trout liabiug iu their season. The out buildings art all m good order, and there is good a.abling for twelve horses, the whole place is well wa.e.edandou the premises is e beautiful Fishpond. Their are two churches within a quarter of a mile of said place, and stages pass twice a day by the house, to luteraect the New \ orb and Harleui Railroad at VVilliam'a Bridge, wnn h ia with in three miles of said premisea. There u an abundauca of Fruit ou aaid premises, wliicn was selected by Uie present owner with giant care. The distauce from City Hall, New York, ia tcnul sixteen miles. Possess ion can be had by Itie lat ol April, aud any information concerning said property, can be had on the A so, adioiaing said ptopetty, forty sate# ol urst rate Land, with a good Stone House ou it, with Baru aud btabl. t connected, possessing the same advantages as the above seventy acres. The said forty acres will be solfi seperaiely, or the Farms to gether, (making in all IIB acres) to suit the purchaser. Apply to J. W. J tNe. WAY, No. II city Hail Place, or to ISAAC AN DKKBON, on the premises, or to fej lm?rc WM. H. HICKS. No. >0 Wall street. TO LLT AT FORDHAM. WESTCHESTER CO., N Y. i A LA1UJK ana convenient Cottage, formerly occupied | iv Thus Bassford, with a Gardes, and F'mit Trees ol every uescri, tion, adjoining?situated within two or three bundled yards oi St. John's College. The New V ork aud Har lem Railroad Lars run to and from New York sit times a day. Apply at <72 Pearl street, New York. fib lm?re ?yam F"OR BALK?A valuable F'erm, forming a part of the Amttract auowu as Morrisania, sitna'ed ou the Harlem river, am^n-iu ihe county ol Westchester, consisting of one hundred an , ten ncr.a of laud, prope-1y fenced lid in good order. Upon tlie b vrin tn re ia a commodious modern built Mnneinu House, witn i garden, stable aud all necessary appendages, suitable for n geutl. man's country residence. There are also upon the Farm two Finn Houses, aud all necessary oat buildings Also, a valuabls null site aud water power, and an orchard. The eaid Farm is very accessible from the city, being within nine milee of the City Hall, witn Hie privilege of a free brings screes the Harlem river. The care of the Harlem Railroad run within hall a mile of (he house. F'or terms and further mrtieulue in quire b tween 12 and S P. M. of H. M. MOHK1H, j 12 lm* re 11 Pine street, second story. 'mtnuT A COUNTRY KEBIDKNCK FOR 8ALE-8ituated Ifudkin the town of Pelham, Westchester County, bordering ou ^Imthe village of Kaat Chester, about It must I'rom New Yoik, contaiuiug '40 acres of iand?Ml acres woodland, the hatauna Ml acres is in a high it m of cultivation, with fruit trees of >il kiuds iu abundance 1 lieraaie two good U welling Houses on it, receutly built, together with a large barn, stone hen hours, co.n rib, ke. I he place is beautifully situated, commanding n view ot the Sound and surrounding country. it will be sold low or exchanged for improved ciiy property. For further par ticulars apply at <M West street, between Carlisle and Hector streets. Also, 2 Lota of Ground, 25 by 100, on the easterly side of the lllh Avenue, between 37tli nan Mlh streets. (22 lm*ic id* F'UK BALE?A F'ARM?Hi lusted at Islip, BuflfoTk jAXUonuty, L I , adjoining nmiihtown. rtaid F'arm contains; JO of which is Woou; the remainigg 52 acres am i n a state of good cnirivntion. There are two Houses, end also tw>> good wells of water on the farm; a large barn with car riaxehoiMe and stabliug for eight horsea; an ice honse; a good I irte garden, enclnaed in a picket lence, I run tunas, fcc., Oce. toy farther nif nm iliou mi, b? ob siiied at No 03 itleerker sin-1. a few doors west from Broadway. Half toe purchase money wui remain on mortgage, CM lm*m 1 Month $11 K 20 Ride* It 00 10 t M Single Hide* 79 DISBROW'S RIDING SCHOOL, Ne. 400 BOWEH?, _ Nsan Astos AffD La Favettk Purii, Nxw York. |v1 R-, D. nil Um honor to announce that nil School ii open Day aud.Kvening, tor Equestrian Tuition and Exercise Hi ding. TERM 8: LKCTURE LISSOM. sxxacisg EIDIISe. 16 Lessons $li on 10 " 10 00 4 " 5 00 Single Leaacna 2 04 Hoad " g 50 N.B.?Highly trained and qniet Horaea, for the Road or Parade, to let. xvtnitsu clam. B !*?*?,"? $0 00 | 00 Kidea $10 00 Single l ooj Single Hide 79 RULES: 1?AH Lessons or Ridca paid for on comnienoing. J -One honr allowed on each Lesson or Hide id the School. I.?One honr and a half to a Leaaon on t lie Road. 4-?Honra for Ladiea, from 9 A. M. to > I' M. 5.?Hours for Gentlemen, frem S to S, nod from 7 to 9K P. M 6.?No Gentlemen admitted during tin honra appropriated to Ladiea. A card of addiaaa ia requested prayiona to commencing. Ky Gentlemen keeping their honea at thia establishment, w il bare the jjrivllage of riding them m the School gratia. ' DAGUERREOTYPE. TOHN HOACH, (iptici-u, 82 Naaaan street. New York, !a J const uitly manufacturing, and hat always on hand, all ar ticles nf the best quality used in the Dagu-rreotype proce*s.? Mia Triple Compound of Bromine is a su|<erior preparation, and ia now in general use. He hat alio on hand the Hungarian or iierinan Accelerating Liquor. Cameras of his own manufacture as well aa French and Ger man ones. The German Cameras sold at thia establishment will lie warranted genuine. Orders from the coun'ry for any articles used in the art will be promptly and carefully attended to. m6 lm*rrc DAGUERREOTYPE GENERAL FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT, __ EXCHANGE BUILDING, PHILADELPHIA. rpHE SUBSCRIBERS beg leave to inform the Daguerreotype a. Artists, that they have considerably enlarged their connec tions throughout the Union, the West Indies, South America and Europe. They hare also made arrangements to be supplied with every new article nsed ia the Daguerreotype Art. They hare lately received a lam supply of Voigtlaender'a celebrated Cameras, consisting of three different sixes, for the sale of which thrv are appointed Agents. Also, a supply of beat Plates and Chemicals, either lor Daguerreotype or Calotype, made to their eepecial order. Cases ofall sties, the beat Polishing Substances, ana every other article nsed for the Daguerreotype, constantly on hand. 1. -lr long connection with the Daguer reotype Art and their sees is in taking pictures, may serve as a recommendation and reliant*. Daguerreotype Artists, by ordering articles from any pa, t of the above named coantairs, may depend npon a prompt and satisfactory execution of their Stems. Their prices are cash. Prices Current and information may be obtained by addressing (post-paid) to H. It F LANOENHEIM, fU lm'ec Exchange Building. Philadelphia. SWORD EXERCISE. |\XR. HAMILTON, having enured into an arrangement with Dtl MR. frULLEK. for the use of the Large Room of his Gymnasium, No. 19 Ann street, and also the Military Hall, Bowery, most respeetfaUy announces to the pablic that he in tends commencing a Cass for the Sword Exercise, in all its branches?American and French, sndi as Small and Broad Sword Exercise, and Dso Cane Exercise. Mr. H. has been for several years engaged as Teacher of the Sword ia the United Stales Army. N. B.?Volunteer Companies wishing to become perfect in either Musket or Artillery Drill, can be taught the same on the most moderate terms, by application to the advertiser, 11 Ann street, to Capt. Smith, Military Hall, or Mr. Fuller. fl5 lm m H. E WILLARD. AUCTION GENERAL AGENCY AND COMMISSION MERCHANT. Office No. 116 Nassau street, first floor, Nsw York. HE*W. WILL ATTEND to sales of Household Furniture ? and Merchandise, of all kinds, personally attended to at the residences or stores of persons relinquishing housekeeping or business. Cash Advances made on Furniture and Merchan dise of every description consigned for sale Sales settled in all cases as soon as the goods are sold and delivered Manufac turers and traders can always have accommodation advances on goods for private sale. m2 lm*ec SIX BARREL SELF-COCKING AND REVOLVING PISTOLS.1 BLUNT & SYtVIS, No 44 Chatham (treat, MANUFACTURERS of the above article have nowa com plete assortment ready for the Spring trade, which they of fer at reduced prices. They wonld invite the attention of mer chants and dealers to their assortment, to the manufacture of which, they have paidyersonal attention, and from the increased cjaantity they are making, can sell them lower than before of Also?Guns of their own mannfactnre, as well as every vari ety of imported Gnns and implements, in quantities to suit pur chasers, at esceedingly low prices. re 3m*m CAV1PHENE LAMPS. THE SUBSCRIBER offers for sale to dealers and others, in -I large or small quantities, the celebrated Doric and other Camphene Lamps, of ihe best manufacture, which will be sold lore for cash to close an assignment. mhl2 lw*m W. T. BuYCE, 106Greene at, in the rear. ? FRENCH CHINA AND GLASS WARE. FGEKARD1N, Commission Merchant, 19 John street, np ? stairs, has just received on consignment,and offers for sale, wholese or retail, a splendid assortment of the above articles, comprising?Plain white and rich fancy decorated Dining Seu; Dessert, Tea and Supper Sets; Toilet Seu; sing'e Cups and Mugs, with mottos; Cologne Bottle Figures; TeU a lets Sett, lie., Itc. Also, plain and nch Cut Glass Decanters, Water Bottles, Celery Bowls, Preserve Dishes, Tumblers, Uobleta, Wines, lie., me. Astral and 8olar Lamp Shades and Globes. O" Orders for Cot Glass Ware Gilding and Painting'on China Ware, to match any pattern, executed promptly. fii lm*rc FRENCH CHINA REMOVED TO MO 86 LIBERTY STREET, (UP STAIRS.) ADALE3ME, importer and Agent for Manufacturers, ha* ? always on hand a Urge assortment of dinner and tea sett, .a plain wnitt and gilt French Porcelain, as well si Dinner and Dessert Pistes, of all aiaes, assorted Dishes, Soap Tureens, Covered Dishes, Salad Bowls, Freit Baskets, Costards aid Also, Fancy Tan Seas, and Rich Decorated Dinner Sets. Abo, Tea and Chocouta Wire. Greek, French and Amsriaaa <>/3tthe article* are warranted of the beat qaality, and to bo sold on liberal ttrma. and ia lot* to saitignrehaaan., elt tm*** FRENCH FLINT GLASS WORKS, AT WILLI AMSBURGH, L. I. DEPOT 90 WILLIAM STREET, NEW YORK Mmiri. BKRGKRt WALTER, known for a lone sa of years as exteniivs manufacturers of Watch-Crystals and Flint Glassware, in the Department Moselle, France, hire the honor to inform (Jlau Dealers Importers of Watches, and tarnishing houses generally.that they hare 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, hare engaged experienced and skilfnl workmen, both French and English. The beauty of tins Olass. the tasteful style of all (he adtclrs they manufacture, as well as moderate prices, and promptitude in the execution of orders, will, they fondly hope, secure to theiu a large share of patronage from American and foreign Houses. N. b ? Customers in ths habit ol transmitting orders to their house in Paris,17 Paradis Poisaonniere, or their general Depot ol Crystal, 30 Paradis Poissanniere, Paris, will please forward them direct to 90 William sne*! New York. f!6 lm*ec LASTS, LEATHER AND FINDINGS. IJAVING been awarded the Diploma at the late Fair of the al American Institute, for the best Lasts, I am prepared to famish an article of i.asts which cannot be surpassed in this or any other city in the United States. Hole and upper Leather of all kinds, Black and Colored Mo rocco and Kid Skins, with Deer, Goat and Lamb Skin Bind ings. Shoe Threads, Lastiugs Galleons, Sheetings, Linen and Lesth'r Linings, Boot Cord and Webs, Boot Trees, Hammers, Pincers, Awls and Tacks, with a full assortment of Shoe makers'Tools, of the most approved patterns, cheap for cash. WARREN S. WILKEY. 296 Spring street, between Greenwich and Washington streets. New York. N. B.?The Greenwich Line of Stages pass within a block of the store. f20 lm*m IITATCHEH !?WATCHER AND JEWELRY.?Those "V who wish to purchase Gold or Silver Watches, Gold Ckains, Gold Pencils, Keys, he., will ftnd it greatly to their advantage to call on the subscriber, who is selling all descrip tions of tha abovs at retail mnch lower than any other house in the city. Gold Watches as low aa (20 and (26 each. Watches and Jewelry exchanged or bought. All Watches war ranted to keep goed time or the money refunded. W lichee, and Jewelry rupaiied in the beat manner and wamnttd, at mnch lets than the usual prices. G. C. ALLEN, Importer of Watches mad Jewelry, mt lm*m Wholesale and retail, 30 Wall at., up stain. COMSTOCK & CO., Ml Courtlandt Street, HAVE ON HAND THE FOLLOWING named ARTICLES, WHICH HAVE OBTAINED SUCH POPULARITY, via: rjONNEL'S MAGICAL PAIN EXTRACTOR.enrea all 0 sores, pains inflammations, itch ngs, and saves Ilia in any ease of bam or scald, if the vitals am uninjured. Every family ahonid have a box of this in the house, aa tha money will al way. be returned if it does not please. Be particular and buy ON' V at 21 Courtlandt street. RHEU vlATISM, CONTRACTED CORDS, Stiff Joints and Gout, will positively be cored by the sole nse of tn# INDIAN VEGETABLE ELIXIR and LINIMENT. The sceptical wo invite to call and Da personally referred to gentle men of the highest standing in this city, who have been cured of the tpwamausra by theoe remedies. They are warranted. DR. SPOHNM SICK HEADACHE REMEDY, iaa cer tain cure, either nervona or bilious. It ia a palpable elixir, and is the beat medicine that can bs taken in all aanea of heart-barn and foulness of the stomtch. DR. M'NAIR'S ACOUSTIC OIL has proved very success ful iu curing sveu total deafueaa. We have many certificates from >. iiixens of this city, who have used this Oil with eom p etc success. We cordially invite all who are troubled with any disease of ilia ear, to examine the moot. UANGLEY'S WESTERN INDIAN PANACEA, is tha best fhmily medicine in the world. It ie n positive and war ranted care for Dyspepsia, Asthma, Liver Complaints, Indiges tion, Costiveness, he. No person can possibly nse this articlt for any of the above complaints without receiving permanent relief. See proot in hands of Agents. THE PILES are warranted to ba cured by tha Gennine HAYS' LINIMENT, and Lin's Balm of China, or tha money refunded. Who will now inffer with this distressing com plaint' . , , COMSTOCK fc CO'S SARSAPARILLA, is aa pure and strong an Extract from ihia celebrated Root, as can imaiibly be made. The pries is so reasonable that the poor can afford to sis it, being bat M cents per bottle, or %i per doten. It is the only article that will tlectnally pnrify the blood from all lmpuri "?l:-Those who have been imprudent in the use af calomel, will Sod sure relief from it. EAST INDIA HAIR DYE?This chemical prepartion will color t e hair any shade, from a light brown to a jet black, and n?piiVVp^irtwr yj5Uln 'he skin in the least. C hOA^I^***l"dW?^A Y 4WAT ? R?ITALIAN LfUMt, DETTER'H MAGIC HAIR OIL-lt gives to the hair a beautiful floss and inclines it to curl; and, wholly unlike any other oil, it nerer ioiIs the finest Indies* lists id the (mat no mat rer what quantity is applied. We wish all to nndrrstand us in this partlcnlarJ3iat lOl any lady or gentleman shall use tJis Oil, "."l 'heir money will be retanded! , 9- Remembefi the abjure articles SOLD iosi'isk om.v et 91 Courtlandt street, bygSDl 1 COMSTOCK It CO. ROBERTSON'S PHCENIX HAT AND CAP MANUFATOR.Y, (X No. 10) FULTON STREET, f? J^EAST SIDE OF B R O A D W a Y . JJL The extensive application of the system of amall profits, caah payments and large tales to many branchea of business in this city within a few years, and the eminent success which this dan da plan deserves, and has in almost every instance received, has I'd the subscriber to test its application to the HATTING inass. In a city whose inhabitants are widely distinguished business. In a city whose inhabitants are widely distinguished for neatness and taste in dress, and at the ssme lime for econo my and thrift, there seems great reason to believe that a si stem which euables the community to gratify a laudable partiality for neabiessa an uuprrcedentedly small expense, will meet with no small degree of favor. Determined to ascertain whether a branch of business which concerns the head and pocket of every man in the community, cannot be conducted on this plan, the subscriber has employed a large number of the best workmen in the manufacturing and finishing departments; also skill'ul and tasty Cai> Makers. Each depaitmeut is under the constant supervision of an experienced foreman. These arrangements, together with his iulimate personal knowledge of the business, great facilities for purchasing to the best advantage?low rent ?free from the ruinons expenses of Broadway?inflexible ad herence to "cash on delivery"?a determination to keep pace with all improvements, and with the current Faahious of the day, enable him to say with all confid-nce, that he now offers to the citizeus of New York, articles in his line fully eqnal in style and durability to those sold in Broadway, and unequalled in cheapuess and economy to any ever offered in thia city. He begs leave to refer to the following schedule of articles, and their respective prices annexed hats. First Quality Nutria For $3 40 Identical with Huts heretofore sold at $4 50 sad S5 00. Any one on examination will pronounce them the same, and wtll, on trial,find ihem to ao equally as good service. 8ecoud Quality Nutria 03 00 This is the same article heretofore sold at $3 50 and $4 00. External appearance and finish closely resembling the above, the principal difference being in the body. Moleskin 93 50 Usually sold at $3 00 and $3 50?very neat in appear ance, and very serviceable. ? CAPS. First Quality Mens and Boys $1 50 Made of superior French Cloth, I and trimmed in a very ?uperior manner, usually sold at 93 and $0 50. Second Quality $1 00 _ Usually sold at SI 50 and $3. Thiid Quality.. 75 Usually sold at 91 35 and $1 50. An examination will show that the style of the above articles cannot beturpassed by any establishment in this city or else where. N. B.?The style of Trimmings adopted at this establishment is particularly recommended as well for effectually preventing injury from perspiration or oil applied to the hair, as for its greater esse and comfort to the wearer. ja31 lm*ee "A DOLLAR 9 WED IS A DOLLAR EARNED." f? GEN I'LEMEN who maae its rule to lay out f? J^sstheir money to the best advantage, are respectfully J^st , - _ IM U lARVt aic IO?| notified rhat they can purchase Hats and Caps at ROBERTSON'S PHO PHOENIX HAT AND CAP ESTABLISHMENT, No. 103 Fnlton street, east side of Broadway, much cheaper thau at any other place in the city. An inflexible adherence to tneiystemof large sales, small profits, and c?h on delivery, enables the proprietor to offer the different articles in his line, at the following reduced rates : HATS. First quality Nutria Fur $3 50 Second " " 3 00 Moleskin 3 40 CAP8.I First quality mens' and boys $1 50 Second " 1 00 Third " " 75 These articles are not only qnite equal, bat in some respects (especially in the style of trimming) superior to any in the city. A comparison of the qualities and prices, with those of other establishments, will snow a deduction of 91 to 9150 on customary priAll Hats warranted of the most fashionable Broad wayhatterna N.B.?The proprietor's extensive arrangements enable him to off.r very advantageous bargains to wholesale dealer* and country merchants. m6 !m*m HA TS?SPRING FASHION. J. M. TICE & CO. No 0 Bowery, New York. ("? ARE now ready to supply their customers wi h their ' ' jd??Spring Style of Hats, which are equal, if not superior, in point of elegance, durability, and economy, to those sold at any other store in this city mS lm*m NEW FASHION f? BROWN It CO.'8 ONE PRICE STORE, 173 Chat J^kham square, corner of Mott street. Imitation Beaver and Mole Skin Hats, of the Spring Fashion, for the low fixsd pre* of 93. A large assortment of Caps, some new patterns, much ? Id at admired, soldat moderate prices, wholesale and retail. m8 lm*m XYLUGRAPHIC PRESS *nd GENERAL JOB PRINTING OFFICE, 56 Gold Street. ThHE SUBSCRIBERS inform Druggist!, Perfumers, Grocers A. and others, that they have made extensive additions to their assortment of Xylographic Labels, to which .bey would re spectfully call their attention. They are constantly adding to their stock all the new style ofarticles, in their line, which are offered in France or England, and they premise their customers that they shall spare uo expense in getting up all that they may want in the business of the Druggists, Perftmera and Segar Manufacturers. JOB PRINTING?Their office is also supplied with every ?ariely of Type necssary for the execution of every description if Fancy Job Frinting, Cards, Billheads, Notes, Bills Lading, variety t of Fancy t . . , Circulars, and all kinds of Mercantile Printing, executed on reasonable terms. SEGAR BOX LABELS AND PAPER, of every descrip tion always on hand VARIEGATED SHOW CARDS, for Refectories,Grocers, lie., lie.?a large snpply. BRONSON It CO.. a iugr auFFiy* a* wv/.. ?2i lm*re 56 Gold street, near Fnlton. PHILADELPHIA. February 38th, 1145. ROBERT8JOHN8Tt$, | ROBERT JOHNSTON It CO. STOCK EXCHANGE aivD COLLECTION OFFICE, No. 11 South Third St.. opposite to thi Mechanic's Bank, Philadelphia. Dealer! in Uncurrent Bank Notes, Relief Notes, Gold and Silver Coin, kc. Drafts, Notes and Bills collected with despatch, on favorable terms Drafts on St. Louis, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Baltimore, New York, Boston, kc., constantly for sale. All orders for the purchase and salt of United Stales Govern* meat, State, City or Incorporated Co's Loans, and every descrip tion of Bank, Insurance, Kail Road and Can.l Ca.'s stocks,at tended to promptly and with care, at the Board of Brokers.; REFERENCES William Patton, Jan. Esq., Cashier, Philadelphia, hcnll k Thompson, do Back k Potter, do Morem, Buck k Co., do David S Brown k Co. do Eckel, Spangler k Raiguel, do Mercer, Brother k Co. do f3Slm*gz AMERICAN EAGLE HORSE ESTABLISH MENT. Corner off Dclanejr and Christie streets, T'HE underrigned is now prepared to take in Horses, Car X rimes, Wagons, lie. fcc of every description, to be told at public or private tale to suit the owners Public tal-t ere'y Thurtday at It o'clock, A.M. try- Country dealers particularly will find it to their interest to call and examine the et tensive pv. mites of this uoiiralled es tablishment, which can conveniently accommodate nearly one hundredth iraet. They will als > find the stiend-uce equal to any other in the city, and purchasers recommended by the proprie tor The charges are moderate, and mad- to suit the timea. N.B.?Morses taken at Livery on the most reasonable terms. try The first public sale took pise* on Thntsday last, the tnofM ' ' " 6thof March, and was attended by a multitude of bnvers aad sellers, who expressed themselves highly gratified with the ap pe trance of the establishment, end the liberal mode of conduct ing business JOHN w ILL1AMS, P opnetor. The next -egular public sale will take place npon Thursday next, the 13th March, at II o'clock. A.M. ml6t*rrc TO ECONOMISTS. CARPETS CLEANED WHOLE FOR "IX CENTS per yard, and the colors made to look as bri liant as when new. Also, spots la'cn out of crpets, blankets cleaned, carriage mats cleaned, kid gloves cleaned, window moreens and tabereths dyed and watered. Also, window damask, silk and woolleu, velvets, crapes, gauzes, table covers kc. tic. dyed equal to new. Ladies' dresses dyed from 10 cents to $1. Coats renovated at 10 cents; pants do. 2} cents. All ar icles returned in one week.? Country orders punctually attended to by mkl t w*ee T. SMI I'H, 70 Allen at. near Grand. WINDOW aHADE DEPOT, No. 7 Spruce street, NY. rpHIS IS the only manufactory of sny extent in the United i States. The sub.cribets offer for sale > r inspection, the most numerous and splendid assortment of Shades; superb and correct representations of the most well known public build ings in Europe and this country on hand; works of art and taste only are got np at this establishment. We being both pro fessional art aw, and wall esperienced, wt profess to give satis faction when favored with orders, mhs lm*ec BAKTOL k DE MAURY. E(. COLLINS k CO , W South street, hsve on hand, in ? store, which they off. rforsale on reasonable terms, vis:? TWINES?2t>0 bales Bridport Seine, Herring, and Gill Net Twines, comprising a fall assortment, from IX to K ks ; also, 9 hs. J thread Sail Twin*. COPPER?109 aasaa English Sheathing, manufactured with the greatest care, from the beet ore, comprising a fall as sortment, from 14 a 39 ox; also, 1 case Braxiers, 91x49 in. tad IK ox. COTTON DUCK?JM bales American Pilot Dnck, extra qua lity, from No. 1 a 1. ... ? , SHEATH I NO PAPI'.K?10 oases and rolls of the oslebrated "Poocnck" Adheshive Felt, for ships' bottoms, roofs of honses, fcr. SUGAR?100 hhtln prime N Orleans. HEMP?100 bales Miss .nri dew rot, superior quality. 97 bales water rot, extra quality. PORK?300 barrels Mess. 200 do Prime. 10 do Clear. GUANO?50 tons lenaboe, ia bans and barrels. TOBACCO?97 boxen ' Sweeny k Lewis,' manufactured. m9 GKNTLEMEN'S LEFT 4>FF WARDROBE. TRE HIGHEST PRICES can be obtained by Oeoilemen 1. or Families who are desirous of converting their left on wearing apparel into cash. Families or tieotleinen quitting the city or changing resi dence, having any superfluous effects 10 dispose of, will find it much to their advantage to send for the subscriber, who will attend a. their res.denc. by # ^ ^ A line throngh the Pott Office, or otherwise, will receive prompt attention. mrl Im'rc AOS?30 bales No. 1 Leghorns. 30 " 3 do." 100 ?? SPK H8 300 " Smyrna asst., for sale by i'ERSSE fc BROOKS,

m8 3t Nos. 01 and 67 .Nassau street. POLISHED CLOTH PAPER-A large assottmentof very Not.61 and 67 Nassau tt'eet BLEACHING POWDER?do casks Boyd's superior Bleaching Powder, landing from ship Europe, and for sale by PERHSE k BROOKS, m9 3t Noa. 01 and 67 Nassau street. EMI'?97 bales American Water Rot Hemp, of very mw not quality, landing sx ship Utneva, from N. Orleaus, lor sale by K. K. COLLINS k tO. m7 ec 76 *onth street. HKMP?fi? biles vuperio- Dew Rot Hsmp, now lauding si ?hip Saratoga, from N. Orleans, for ?afa by m? ec E. K. COLLINS fc CO., 36 South si ^ ( RAW WKAI'PINO W RAPPF.R *5tl reams Cms# Q t RAW WKArnnu vr rj"" 00 k 67 Nassau st. SHAKSPEaRE hotel. CORNER OF WILLIAM & DUANE STREETS, N Y. a THE subscriber respectfully informs the public that he has leased the above establishment, and is now pre pared to accommodate them with Board and Lodging, on eery moderate terms. It has been put in the most thorough end complete repair, painted and refitted with additional new furniture, and he will not, as usual, say whet he intends to do, but solicits the travelling community to visit and give him a trial, aud judge for themselves, that the establishment under his management is deserving the patronage of the public. The lo cation being central to business, offers inducements to mer chants from the country [from its retired situation] unsurpass ed hy any other house in the city. Terms f 1 per day?per week in proportion. The subscriber bees to call the atteutiou of parties that the Assembly Korm will be to let to those giving Balls and Con certs for the remaining part of the season, and that the room will ahoitly be pot in complete repair, and fitted up in a magni ficent style He further calls the attention of tlis professional gentlemen of the law, that his room for arbitrators aud re'ereea has undergone alteration, and that he is ready to accnminedate them on reasonable terms?which will be seen by his regula tion of room hire. N.B ?A select number of permanent boarders will be taken on very moderate terms. m6 2w*rrc MINORD 8. THRESHER. NEW YORK HOTEL, 781 Broadway, New York City. rPHIS new and splendid establishment opened on the 1st of A December last, situated in the most fashionable quarter of the city, it now in full op-ration. Th* entire front oa Broad way, hetween Washington and Waverley Places, hat been ar ranged iu suita of apartments, and lunished in the most t is'e ul andelegaut manner fur the accommodation of families aud sin ge gentlemen, and no p?ins will be spared to render the must perfect satisfaction'o all who may favor the house with their patron >gr. It will be conducted on the European and Ameri can systems combined, leaviug it optional with persons to take meals at Table d'Hote, in private parlors, or a la carta, as may suit their convenience The location of the house, the great number of large aud beautiful parlors, the apicious and airy halls, render it a most desirable residence for those visiting the city either on business or pleasure. J. H. BlLLINGS, Proprietor. mS lm*m B. MONNOT, Restaurateur. ST. GEORGE HOTEL. No. 61 Broadway, New York. (Next Block below Trinity Church, end near Wall street.) 'T'HE 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 m?el the wishes of their friends and patrons by supplying them with every which a place flke this can poasibly comfort and convenience afford. The rooms of the house are large, airy and commodious; and have been, but lately, fitted up with new and elegant furni ture. The domestics are atteotive, respectful and obedient?the ta ble abundantly supplied with all the substantiate and luxuries of good living?the cellar contains an ample store of the choicest Wines and Liquors?and the beds and bedding, throughout the house, are constantly kept in a clean and healthful condition. Having availed themselves of these end 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 thus announcing it to travellers and the public iu general. And. while endeavoring to please, although they do not pretend to smile at competion, yet they are determined, by assiduous at tention to the wants ol their guests, and the most reasonable charges, that, those who come to their house shall not meet with disappointment; and, that, those who go away shall not experi ence dissatisfaction. JOHN H. MORE, PETER TYLER. New York, Feb. 1, IMS. ft lm*rrc NATIONAL HOTEL, No. 5 Court!ondt street and 87 Liberty street, NEW YORK. Three Doors from Broadway,' 1 '"PHIS NEW HOTEL will be opened on the 20th inst , when A the Proprietors will be happy to accommodate their friends aud the public with board. Th* Lodging Rooms are large and airy, and the internal arrangements such as cannot fail to please. The locetion being in the centre of business, it offers induce ments to merchants from other cities and the country, not sur passed by aoy other House in this city. The Furniture, Beds and Bedding, are all new and made ex pressly for this establishment. Families who W'sh Parlors and Sleeping Rooms attached .can be handsomely accommodated. The subscriber! assure then friends and the public, that no efforts on their part shall be wanting to secure the comfort and convenience of iheir guests, and r hile they solicit a share of (heir patronage, they hope, by unceasing attention, to the duties nf their vocation, to give en tire satisfaction. CHARLES WVCKOFF It CO. f,7 ,m*rc WILSON'S HOTEL aNU ulNING ROOMS, Wo. 9 Gold street, New York. (LATE THE CALEDONIA). UKNIIY Wit.SON (<>f Brooklyn) begsio inform his friend. 11 and the public generally, that he wril open the above named ea'abliahment on ??ONDAY, the luth of March, 1845. The house has been thoroughly repaired and newly furnished in every department, and the very beat of every description < I liquors, cigars wines, domestic and imported ales and porte, will be provided. An Ordinary will be served up every day from t to 3 o'clock | P. M.; and Refreshments will be furnished at any hour during ! the day and eveuing. fM Imje i HOBE'S PATENT i [EXTENSION DINING TABLES, WITH METALLIC SLIDES, long known as the most durable, convenient and elegant of Eitrueiou Tables manu | factored; warranted to run easy constantly, aud not to be affected by dtmpnes* or warping of the wood. A large assort ment of choice pitterus. suited lor private parlors, hotels,steam boats, lie., together with a general assoumeut of Cabinet Fur niture, always on hand, at the Ware rooms, NoHO Grand street. | corner of r.lm, where the public is respectfully invited to call and examine. mrl lin'rc OFFICE OK JEFFERSON INSURANCE Co., ( NEW YORK, Feb. 1. 1845. ) | A T an Election held this day for Directors of this Institution. 0 for the ensuing year, the following gentlemen were elected snch Directors:? 1 Thomas W. Thorne, Elisha Kiggs, Thomas T. Woodruff, Anson Baker, B R. Robson, M. D., Joseph Drake, Thornton Price, Joseph Allen, Moses Tuck-r, James E. Holmes, John R. Davison, John P. Moore, John H. Lee, Wm, K. Thorn, Caleb C. Tunis, Thomas Morrell, Francis P Sage, Eugene Bogart, John C. Merntt, Robert Smith. At a inbeeqnent meeting of the Board THOMAS W. THORNE, Esq., was unanimously re-elected President. ftec GF.O. T. HOPE Secretary WHOLESALE 8EGAR EMPORIUM. THE SUBSCRIBERS offer for sales late assortment of 8e 1 gars, made of best selected Havana Tobacco, and having 1 teen manufactured ail months, are now in line order, and ran be told 33 per cent lower than the same quality of Imported Segsrt. Havana Regalias in Stht aud lOths, Cazadorts, Washington La Normas, Esperanza, La India, La Recompensa, Justs Sanz. Principeea, Panetela, lie. lie Togeth.-r with a large aasnrtment of Imitation Segart of every quality aud price, for sale in Iota to suit purchasers by I mhll lm*ec KENNETH It LAVEHTY, 71 Wall st. DALLY'S TOBACCO MANUFACTORY, 889 River St. Trojr THE Subscriber avails himself of this methitd of commnni t eating to the public the fact that he is now manufacturing line cnt aud smoking Tobacco and Snuff, at Mi River street, Troy, neit door to the Fulton market. Tonacco?The celebrated Fancy Virginia. Thie Tobacco took the premium at the late Fair. Eztra Chewing Tobacco, sweet Virginia; American Smoking Tobacco, manufactured from the leaf: Spanish do, Turkish do. Supers?Rose scented. No. 1; Maccaboy, American Gentle man, Lnndyfoot, French Kapee, and Iuih Blackguard. The above articles are all warranted to be made of the finest qualities of leaf tobacco, and by the most ezperienced work men. . Orders directed as above will meet with prompt attention? the same pains taken as if they were personally present. IT" E. Savage, 3M Fulton street, and A. A. Sain an os. Broadway, Agents for the eity of New York. Troy, Jan. II, IMA ml lm?ec CIGARS! CIGARS! CIGARS! NKZEKIEL, 91 Nassau street, opposite the Herald Build ? inga, respectfully invite* the attention of his fuends and the pnbhc generally, to the following choice Cigars, just fe i ceived by late arrivala from Havana :? Regalia* of various Panetela* of various Albania, brands, brvnds, Knickerbocker Normas, Prineipes, La Flnrinda, Yngenuidad, Hiouda. Estrellas, Esperanza, Napoleonea, Lara, i La India, Noriegas, Lord Byrons. The above Segarz are guaranteed as genuine and imported, and the trade are invited to call and ezamine them. N. B.?Orders from abroadwiil be strictly attended to. flT lm?rc FABER SEGAR FACTORY T1 Division Street, NEW YORK. ?T?HF. UNDERSIGNED have catablished an extensive Segar 1 Faotory. at 71 Division street, New York, under the direc tion of Mr. J. W. BROWN, who has been Superintendent of one of the largest Factories in Havana, for nineteen vein The followini kinds of Sega*, manufactured in i*?* Faber He gar Factory, and of which a large stock is now on lisnd, will be found eqnal to any Havana Began of corresponding style and age:? | Imperial Ragalia, Trabucos, Common Sin, Regalia, Panetela*, London Size, Casadorea, Canones, Principe, All bored in the Havana style. The subscriben have settled the Son of their Senior in Hara na, for the si press purpose of selecting Tobacco for their Facto ry, as also for the purpose of selecting Segars suitable for this market. They have now on hand, for sale, a large stock of Havana Se gars, entitled to debertnm, of the following brands:? La India, Woodville, La Cabaaa, Noriago, Fragranria, La Norma, Da Moya, Cttnrey, Esprranza, Lord Byron, I'pman, Rioodo, Ksculapins, Minerva, La Kama, La Palma, Victoria, Columbia, Dos Herm-moc, La Tar., Also, Principe, kc. joAn H. FABER It CO.. 117 3m*re No. I New street, comer of Wall. Black and white thread lace flounces, i nat received per Emerald. Black Thread Laee Flonneea, from M yard to % yard wide. White do La Neige do M do j\ do Black and White Lace B-rthet, Bsrhes and Sleevec. Some of the most spleadid Mechlin wide Laces Black Laee Veils and Black Thread Scarfs. White Laee Veils and Scarfs, point a Brutelle* and a la Neige Three very splendid Mechlin Lace Dreeeee. One Carton Pelirtae, Cape* and Chemisettes. Valeuci-nnet Laces and Edgings,Mechlin do, Aims do. JAMES BECK k CO. rrsoecmilly announce, that this i* by far the most rich and spleadid invoice of goods that have been offered. PAH18 EMBROIDERIES?Consisting of Caneyoua, Pele rines. Collars, Chemisettes a la Pico style. Also, some magnificent Embroidered Dresses and Handker chiefs, of very rich embroidery. The sbove, with a great variety of other goods, are bow of frrsd at very moderate prices, by JAME8 BECK k CO., fU lltee 13#Broadway. SALT AND FISH STORE, i 100 BBLS. Salmon, No. 1, laud I. 100 bbla. Blue SW tt* bblsNoe. i, i, aad l MaeketeL ?M half do do do do. IM do No. 1 MamShad. M half bbla No. l Say brook Shod. 1W bbla Cod awl Beat* Fish iw do No. I Gib'd Hemagr. 300 kags Dutch do I)? lb* Smoked Salmon. IN kit* Soused do IN do Soanda and Toagues. ktoo qtls Cod Fish, snitabl* far ot, igfiag. 1000 sacks Ashtoau Salt. 'j0 half and M quarters new Mackerel. .TOO botes liighy llarriag p.C puitter b*ri-f? ??fi o? I fia Un?m N^SO^WkZidi k CO., II Dvf it. New York Legislative Summary.?In the Sen ate on Tuesday, among the petitions was one for a railroad from New York to Albany through the interior if the river eotintiea, and against the river route ; to partially cLse Thirty third street in the city of New York. The New York annual tax bill was read a third time and passed. In the House, a large number of memorials were pre sented, on the usual subjects?for and against par redemp (ions, aud dfccriminatlng tolls. Among those out of the usual course, were these For aid to the New York dis pensaries ; and by Mr. Bloss, another petition from male and female " moral suasion" abolitionista of Monroe coun ty, asking the Legislature, in the event ol the admission of Texas, to take measures for a peaceful dissolution of j ihe Union?which was laid on the table with a previous petition of the same character. Resolutions ol enquiry were called up and adopted in re lation to the amount of country bank funds on deposite with or loaned to brokers in New York city. By Mr. | Thompson in relation to the amount of auction duties paid annually into the Treasury down to the present time. Ac. The resolution authorizing the railroad com mittee to visit the Harlem railroad, was called lor by Mr Constant, but the House refused to couaider it. The bill to aubmit to the people at their annual elections in ward or town, the question oi license or no lioense for the re tail of spirituous liquors, passed the House in Committee of the Whole yesterday afternoon after being amended so as to include within its provisions the city of New York It was referred to the committee originally re porting the bill, to report complete.?Albany Jirgu? and Adv. March 11. The correspondence of C. Livingston, dated March 11, states:?We had quite an exciting debate in the House to-day, on the bill which passed the Senate a lew days since, to enable resident aliens to hold and convey real estate An amendment proposed by Mr. Worden, of On tario, to extend the provisions of the act to all who may hereafter become rosident aliens, was adapted almost unanimously. But a proposition, or a "feeler," as he call e l it, put forth by Mr. Wheeler, of New York, to permit aliens, whether resident or not, took the House, ana espe oielly one portion of it, by surprise. Improvement in railways, as well as gas companies is the order of the day. The Syracuse ana Utict Railway Company are before the Legislature, with an application for an increased capital to lay a T or H rail. An investigation of a most painful character has been started in the Senate. A select committee haa beea raised, consistiug of Messrs. Clark, Denniston, and Backus, to investigate certiin charges brought against the Shakers Watervliet settlement, of immoral and bestial in the Watervliet settlement, of immoral and bestial con luct. Can this be trae ? Can any Senator be so unwise as to set on foot an investigation of this kind unless be Is fully satisfied of the nature of these charges ? Again, if they be true, what necessity is there to take the matter iut of the ordinary course ? Why not let the officers of joitice look to it T We have six or eight inches srow. It will, however, rapidly disappear under the influence of the now mild weather. The boat did not reach here until 9 A. M. In Supreme Court?Special Term.?MRrch 8, 1845.?Mr. Justice Beardsley, presiding?Waugh vs. Ousterhout, et al ?Motion that defendants pay plain tiff's attorney costs of opposing motion. Sic granted by default. Goodrich ads. Loyd?Motion for judgment as in case of nonsuit, granted by default Medbury vs. the Butternuts and Sherburne Turnpike Company.?Motion lor retaxation of costs, referred back to taxing ofllcer. and motion continued until the next term, when taxiDg officer is to report. Herron ads. Jsckson ?Motion for judgment as in case oi nonsuit, dented without costs. Chapman ads. Gilbert ?Motion to change venue denied. Smith et al ads. Aiden.?The same. Vandenburgh vs. Person et al ? v>otion for precept for nen payment of costs granted, exparte. Boyd et al vs. Arnold et al?Motion to refer granted McDohough ads Carroll?Motion for judg ment's* in case of nonsuit granted by default. The People ex rel. Clark vs. The Judgesfof Essex Common Pleas.?Motion tor peremptory mandamus denied. Roper ads. Paddock.?Motion for retaxation of coats grauted Bell ads. Bell, adm'r, Sec.?Motion continued until next special term, with leave to serve further papers. The Commercial Bunk of Oswego vs. Lawrence, et al. Or der for defendant to appear and plead on sci. fa. Raynor et al ads Moss.? Motion to sat aside a judgment, Stc , de nied with coets. The Chemong Canal Bank vs. The Board of Supervisors oi Chemung County.?Motion to set aside default and subsequent proceedings, granted on terms March 10.?Sej mour va Scofield, et al ?Motion for a perpetual stay of execution as against one of defendants, denied with costs, reserving all parties'"righta. Lusk vs Luak.?Motion ex parte, that defendant show cause at next special term, why an attachment should not issue for violation of an order to stay waste, granted. Thorn son ads. Btebbin*.?Motion stands over by order of court, to next special term, without further notice. Gilbert et al. ads. How et al.?Motion to art aside writ of error, de nied with costs. Jerome ads. Ssbins.?Motion for a com mission, granted by default. Martin vs. Odell.?Motion for an order to restrain defendant from waste, denied with costs. Vandermark versus Yeaple.?Motion to open a rule taken by default at last special term, rranted, and motion stands over to next special term. Douglass vs. Rosekrans?The same. Green ads. * mitb? Motion for leave to defendant to withdraw hi* special pleas, granted on terms. Harker v*. McBride, a causes Motion to set aside judgment, Ac., denied with costs ? vi arberry ads. Moor?Motion to set aside default and sub sequent proceedings; granted with costs, by default.? Gray and others ads. Clark?Motion to set aside cognovit, Sec.; denied with coats. The People ex rel Koon vs The Judges of Rensselaer Common Pleas?Motion, ex parte for an alternative mandamus; grauted. Otia ada. Snyder? vlotion to set aside default, Sec ; denied with costs, with tut prejudice. Laurence ads Dury?Motion to set aaide inquest, ice ; granted on terms. Easton ads Corbit?Mo 'ion to refer; granted. Wright ada Cole?Motion for judgment as in case of non suit, denie-l with coats, with out prejudice. White ads. Jennings? Motion to discharge judgment of record, granted by default. Chapman ads. I Mills, assignee, Sic?Motion for judgment as in case of on auit; denied with coats. Like ads Lipe. Motion for judgment > s in case of non suit; granted, unless plaintiff -tipulate. Stc. Carpenter ad* Webb, et. al ?Motion to iet aside judgment and execution; granted with costs, by default Vance, by Colvio, his next friend, vs Phillips Motion for attachment against Colvin; granted with coat, iiy default. Mills, Assignee, Stc , vs Chapman ?Motion <or judgment as in case of non suit?denied with coats Ensign ads. Harris?Motion for judgment as in case of | ion suit, denied with costs. Kennedy va. Newsam?Mo 'ion to quash certiorari, granted with costs Johnson, impd., Stc. ads. Tollfree? Motion for commission, granted an terms. Dividson vs. Brown?Motion fjr leave to intend the record in the court below, granted. Campbell vs. Spencer?Motion heretofore taken opened, and the motion to set aside the referees, denied with cost. Brown vs. slaw son and wife, and one other cause?Motion for a commission in each cause, granted by default. Marvin, impd. Stc. ads. Freeland, et al. Motion (or judgment at in "tse of non suit, denied with cost* Jones, adoir. Sic. vs. Van Epos?Motion lor an order against defendant to pay coata, denied without coets. Sinclair ada. Robinson Motion to set aside default, Stc. denied with costs. Scovei, ct al, va Mayor?Motion for commission, granted by de fault. Wiles vs Wilsen, et al?Rule for costs entered igainst defendants for not moving. Merritt vs. ReaJ, et tl? The same. Daggett vs McCoy?The tame. Bogar lus, ax. Sic. ads Elder?Rule for cost* entered against plaintiff for not moving. Oils ada Bliss, et al?The same. Otia ada Bliss?The same. The East River Mutual In surance Company ada. Mallory?The same. Court ad journed sine aie. - Albany Allat Appointments in the Navy ?It seems from a sttiement, which we find in one of our exchanger, that nearly one sixth of the oflloera of the Navy have been taken from Virginia. The liit of 1844 ahowa that of the Captuina, in all Commanders, Lieutenants, Snrgeona, Assistant Burgeons, Pursers, Chaplains, Paaaed Midshipmen, Midshipmen, whole Navy. 08, 14 wera from 97, 8 do 339, 70 do 78, 16 do 86, 13 do 63, 7 do *4. 0 do 103, 13 do 370, 53 do 1|80 191 -nearly l-6i Teiai. of McCwrry ?This man was arraigned in the City Court at Baltimore on Monday. The trial exoited great attention, and the court-room waa crowded Out of one hundred and ten jurors called, seventy-nine were chall nged for eauae, and nineteen peremptorily. A question waa raiaed aa to the capacity of a member of the Odd Fallows' Association to ait upon the jury, the deceaaed (Mr. Pen*) having belonged to that body. Triers were appointed, nnd they decided that an Odd Fellow waa not dtaqnalifled. The .fury having been eworn and the indictment read, tha Court adjourned ot the following day^ Serious Accident ?The iron Revenue steam cutter "George M Bihb" was launched at Pitts burgh, on Saturday morning. Some fifteen or twenty minutes before the time aet apart for launching, the boat started from Its fastenings and rushed on its ways into the river, which it nearly crossed. A Mr. Buckhart waa dangerously injured, and a Mr McKee had hi* arm bro ken. Several other* were thrown into the river, but they were rescued. Rumored Murder.?It was reported at Rriatol Ferry yesterday morning that the body of Stephen Durfee, of Fall River, had been found shot, with hia throat cut, about three milea north of Stone bridge, in Tiveiton. He was a contractor for atone, and left New port on Saturday evening for home, with $1600 on his peraon We have not bean able to gather any more par ticulars. and hope the rumor may prove lalae.?Provi dance Journal, march 11. From the Upper Mississippi ?The steamer Lynx arrived this morning from Galena She th* first steamboat from beyond the Rapids this aeaaon? Sho reports the river clear of ice, with four leet water on both rapids. The river was falling slowly at Oalena the day before yesterday, but eweliing in the vicinity el the lower rapids. The L brought down 4,394 pigi of lend, whioh la the firat receipt from above this aeaaon .?St. Louia Era, March 1 New Brunswick.?The Hou^e ot Assembly of New Brunswick, by a vote ot 22 to 9. have p..met) a resolution which declares that tne present executive council of the province does not posseaa the confidence of be House or the country at targe. This waa tallowed >>y an addresa to her majesty - paaaed by a vote of 34 to 8?which lets forth the malfeasance of the Lieutenant tlovarnor, he having appointed for provincial secretary, which canard tbo rettn men' ol four members of h- r ra? jeaiy'a executive council, tin- xiiv.tiior conciu-ung to keep him in office against their wiah. TwI*Um. Among the donation* to the German Society ot New York dtring the past year was one Irom John Jacob ? stor of $4.30* 60, being the balance oi the turn of $30,000 bequeathed to the Society by hi* will,but which ha* been paid before to enable it to establish an agency. The wife of the Hon. James A.Pearae died on Saturday. Mrs P. had been dangerously 111 for some time, which hud kept Mr. P. from nia seat in the U. 8. Senate. Stephen S. Foster, and Charles Lenaz Remond (the lat ter a colored man) had been delivering a series oi lectures in Newtown, Pa , on the subject of American Slavery, and on Friday evening last tney were distnrbed by a gang af ruttUns who threw a stone through the window, striking Remond whilst speaking?and by firing oil' crackers, and other acts of as base and cowardly a cha racter, completely broke up the meeting. The Ohio Legislature lias passed a new militia bill, which requires every man to turn out, pay a fine of fifty cents, or work one day upon the public roads. Among the items in the general appropriation bill, we notice one of $8000, for defraying the expenses of the magnetic telegraph between Washington and Baltimore, (or the year ending February next, to be disbursed under the direction oi the Postmaster General. The Baltimore Sun says that the Hon. Leander Starr, of New Yora, nut with a very serious accident on Hundey evening last It appears that he was accompanying a la dy to her residence, when in passing down Lexington street, between Calvert and Nor,h streets, he fell into a newly dug cellar, which had been lelt entirely unprotect ed, and severely fractured his collar hone. According to the N O. Protectant, the first sugar cane was brought to Louisiana in 1761. It was planted on the Jesuits' estate, now Second Municipality. Pabdon or Lett ? Benjamin Lett, who ha* remained in the State Prison at Auburn for several years, under a conviction for arson, in burning the steamer Greet Britain, has been pardoned by Gov. Wright. He he* been finally pardoned because it appeared that he was suffering under consumption, which mutt inevitably terminate bis life if he were retained in confinement, and of which bia only probable chaDce of recovery was his being released. Vhe report of the physician of the prison to that effect has been for tome time beiore Gov. Wright, and an opinion to the same purpose from a physician of Auburn, whom tho Governor had designated to examine the case, was re ceived last night. Under these circumstances, tho Exe cutive felt authorized to interpose the pardoning power, an net of elemenev, or rather of humanity, in which he will be sustained by public sentiment. A Fbkak or Natuxk There bat been found at Oyster Bay, on Long Island, a singular animal production of the *ea. it is nothing more or less than an oyster united to a crab, of tha kind commonly called sea spider. The oyster has grown upon the spider's back, and consequently should be classed a* an animal of the quadruped tribe? here it truly one set of limbs grovelling their mundane course, with two distinct hearts and boditt, with no evident affinities. The oyster it a fine plump one, and its growth has doubtless been materially advanced by the moving propensities of the spider, which are now render ed nearly stationary by its heavy burden. In the town of Westhrook, Connecticut, the community in which place is composed chit fly of farmers, there is one tailor, one doctor, two ministers, and a public house tustai ud on temperance principles. Strange to say, however, there is not a lawyer there, and the reaeon as signed it, that the people hnew enough to get along with out them ! Odd FKLLdws-mr ?In the year ending July, 1844, the Lodges in this State secretly disbursed $36,274 89, in the prosecution of their charitable design; besides which the sick couch has ever found on Odd Fellow to minis'er to the wants and to alleviate the sufferings of the afflicted. The State of New Yoik contains about one fourth of the members of the Order who are subject to tha Grand Lodge of the Uniti d States. The report made to the Grand Lodge of the United States at its annual com innnication held in Baltimore in September of the year 1843,shows that this State had then 81 subordinate Lodges, and that they produced a revenue of $84 7u8 38. The number of contributing members was about 10,000, and it is worthy of remark that all the good which they achiev ed was accomplished by very small means The sum of 6j cents is the contribution of each member to many Lodgea ; they nevertheless, in the year we have named, relieved 3687 of their brotherhood, 11$ widowed tamiiiea, and decently buried 81 member*. The sum expended for the relict of the members was $26,260 58; the nianunt p id for the relief of widowed tamihes was $1 848 69; the amount paid for the education of orphans was $3,037, and for burying the dead, $2,918 32 making a total oi $31,048 83. In the yearending July, 1844 (lor the annual Report* are made in the month of July in each year,) the number of contributing member* had increased to 12 498 in this State, and their revenue had swollen to $86 700 26. The number of members relieved that yeer wn 1919, the widowed families relieved were in number 128, the members buried were 108, and the to ml expenditure tar these objects and other*, including the education oi orphans, was the amount stated above, $36, 374 86. All this is accomplished by voluntary contribu tion. Charity, it will be seen, is the prominent object, and from what we all know of its operations, around ua, we caD judge how well the office has been performed. In the United States, the progress and advancement of the order btts been rqually rapid. In 1830, there were hat 3,038 members acknowledging the authority ot that Grand Head rf the order in America, producing a reve nue of $18 727 48. In 1840, the number bad increased to 11,168. and their revenue amounted to $59,208 79. The number of lodges at that time w?s 166, the initiationi in that year were 3 343, and the amount expended for ita charities wss $8 044 40 In 1841, there were 199 lodgea, and an addition of 6 823 members; there were 17,864 con tributing members and a revenue of $114,878 II, from which 1031 members were relieved, 95 widowed families were aided, and 39 member* were burisd, at a coat of $18, 691 70 In 1842, the lodges increased to the number of -266, the initiations were 7 336, the contributing members were 34 160, and the revenue ol the lodgea waa $163,719 71. In the same year the sum of $43 435 88 waa expended in the reliif of3,834 members, 160 widowed families and 107 burials. In 1843 the lodges were 352 in number, the initiations were 8,749, the contributing members 30.043, and the re venue of the lodges, $191,636 29. The number of mem bars relieved was 4 467, widowed families 396, and the members buriea, 184 at a cost of $66 868 17. But from Ju ly, 1843 to July 1844, the increase was almost beyond be lief. From 383, the lodges in one year increaaed to 486; from 8 749 the initiations increased to 13.486; from 30,044, the number of contributing members bed increased to 44. - 627; from $191,686 22 in 1843, and $89,398 79 in 1840; the revenue ol the lodges bad increased to ^392 390?and the items of expenditure for the relief ot sick member*, the as sistance of widowed families, and the education of or phans had increased from $66,96317 to $79 928 18 There are likewise many other demands on '.ha lunds oi the Or der, and many private subscriptions aro mede for benevo lent purpose* which form no part of the returns to the Grand Lodge. In the latter years the encampments?ano ther branch of the Order?produced a revenue of $19,760 80, making a total of $306,000 80, raiaed by contributions in one year, in which brief space it will be teen the ex penditures of the order for the primary, humane and christian purposes for which it is established, irrespec live of the many other modes of affording relief and as sistance. have increased ever the year 1840, between $70, 000 and $30,000. Oregon.?A letter from Mulnomah City, Oregon Territory, dated June 18, 1844, says the Oregon Legislature convent d in that oity the day previous. This L'gisla'ure is formed by the citizens cf the Territory, and re-ta for its authority on a volnntary compact among the people, as in all primitive governments. Since the general government cf the Union has failed hitherto to extend its laws over that region, the emigrants have re sorted to their natural rights, and lot men a voluntary po litical association lor themselves, as was the case in the early American colonies. Our old Iriend. Judge Burnet, is a member of the Oregon Legialature. The crepe were very good in June last?especially the wheet crop; sur passing any thing known en this side of the mountain*. Laborers commanced $1 90 per day, with board included. The improvements about tha falls ot Wallamette were progressing rapidly The emigrants were eager fir the pW?gf of the Oregon bill,and insist upon the retention by our government ot every Inch of that Territory. There is sufficient paatui age lor cattle during the whole year.and abundance ol t mber lor building and other purposes. Pro dace commands a good price,being shipped to the Russian dominions, and other points ef the Pacific Groceries, fcc. can be purchased at different placet in the Territory, though at rather high prices at present; the Hudson Bay Company commanding the market for such articles. In short, the first oifficnltles of an early settlement in a re mote region have been removed, and without tho aid or encouragement which our Government ought long ago to have afforded. It must be humiliating to every American that our country deserves, to a considerable extent, the reproach cast upon It by Great Britain with regard to the American colonies,and uttered by Col Barreln the Route o< Commons In 1779, when, In reply to the charge that these olonlen had grown up under the protection of F.n gland, he declared tW, Instead of being nurtured and pro tected they had Increased In wealth, prosperity end num bers, In spite of the neglect of those who wero bound to aid and encourage them. So It has been with Oregon.? Emlgrsnts have gone thither, encountered difficulties, opened improvements, made prosperous settlements, in troduced the arts and comforts of civilized life, establish ed schools, built churches, founded cities, engaged in commerce, established a colonial legislature, d?fended themselves against all maroachmrntv in a word,laid the foundations ot a prosperous empire, in advance of any action by our Government. They now demand, aa they have been demanding for years, that the protecting snd sustaining arm of the Republic shall be extended to them. Although their greatest and best advocate, the lamented Linn, has psaa-d from the stage of action, yet their cause still remains, strengthening yearly, and demanding with increased foroe the encouragement which the country should always give to it* pioneers Fight bkiwkin thi Creek and Pawnrk Indians. ? We learn that the Pawnee Mahaa attacked, about ten days since, the Crutks who live upon Little River, near the store of Mr. Thomas Hszen The Creeks re pulsed them after killing six ot their warrots, and without any loss on their side. The Pawnees have returned to their homes upon the wide prairies, for a reinforcement, with which they have sworn to return snd take re venge. The "caMeting ( reek" are removing from the exposed quarter to the denser settlements. An account of the affair has been transmitted to the commanding offlrer at Fort Gibson. This sflrey occurred in the country which ws* apportioned to the Hemlnole* by the late treaty. and whither they are daily removing. The Pawnees, when they c me back to fulfil their threat, will find a -'trouble em.?cm in Mellrch Tur te.ring.gee the s ir nrle bthHiftnrtr, t'*S '23.

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