Newspaper of The New York Herald, March 16, 1845, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated March 16, 1845 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK HERALD. Vol. XI., Ho. 74?Wholo Ho. 4038. NEW YORK. SUNDAY MORNING. MARCH 16. 1845. Prleo Two Conts. THE NEW YORK HERALD AGGREGATE CIRCULATION THIRTY-FIVE THOUSAND. THE GREATEST IN THE WORLD. To th?' Public. B THE NEW YORK HERALD?Daily Newspaper?oab lishrd every day ol the year except New Yea. . Day and Fourth of Jnly. Price 1 eeota per copy?or t 7 26 per a a ram?postage* paid?caah ia advance. THE WEEKLY HERALD?published eve . Saturds* morning?price 6* cents per copy, or $1 il per an . in?post ages paid, cash in advance. ADVERTISERS are informed that the eircnlatio . if the Herald it over THIRTY-FIVE THOUSAND, and increasing fast It hae the largeet circulation of any paver in thi. city, or the ib arid ^ and, tt, therefore, 'tie beet channel for bueineei ?ten in the city or country. Prices moderate?cash in advance. PRINTING of all kinds executed at the moat moderate prion, and in the most elegant style. JAMES GORDON BENNETT. "?ojkiktob orm Hcrald E?tablhhm?!?t, Northwest corner of Knlton and Nassau streets. flg&a- STAT?ANU ga&a L^nn* ss# ? 1 ? Eoot or Whitehall Street. On and after Monday, March 17ih, the Boats will run as fol lows, antil further notice:? _ LEAVE 8TATEN ISLAND : I, It, and 12 A. M.; 1 and 5 P M. LEAVE NEW YORK: n S.i'e "?du "? AJ W.: 1. 3K, and 6, P. M N. B.?All freight at the risk of ihe owners th "e<?f. mlillrc NEW IOHK, PChODLEY'S MOUNTAIN BELVIDERE AND EA8TON.?Lea?e rh. foot of Ourtlan'l street daily, buiiu?>? excepted, at 9 o'clock, A M., by Railroad bom Jersey City to Morris town tii-ute by post-coaches through Mtndiiam, Chester, tier mau Valley. Schooler's Mountain, Anderson Town, Port Cal den Washington, to Belyideieand Easton. For s ats, apply to J.Hill, at the Commercial Hotel, 73 Court land street. N B.?F xtras furnished at the shortest notice, by applying to <'h"rl*? ' nll'Sth. st Yloris'own. ml lm*m PEOPLE'S 1.1 NE FOR ALBANY, fn m sthe loot of Couitland street, st i o'clock, P.M., ?CaJlC^L.Isudicg at intermediatep|.cel. The steamboat COLUMBIA. Captain Win. H. Peck, Mon day| Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday sfteinoona, at 5 o'clock. The steamboat SOU CH AMERICA, Captain M. II. Trues dell, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday aft rnoous, at 5 o'clock. . Pis'eniters taking the above line will arrive in Albany ?n tune to take the morning train of Care for the Eaat or West The Boats sre new and substantial, are famished with new end elegant state rooms, and for speed and accommodations are unri.atled mi the Hudson. For passage or freight, apply on board, or to P. C. Schultz, at the office on the Wharf. mhlO is TO LET, AND IMMEDIATE POSSESSION [ GIVEN?The Store No. 97 Nassau street. Herald Build uings, with Fixtures, Stove and Pipes, ready set nnd all complete. Application to be made at the desk of the office of the ller III for terms. Ike. illtfrc Futt SA.E. OR TO I.ET-A go d Dwelling ' House, Barn, Outhouses, be , with shout two aciet of atMsml-ind. si U'te in the village of Jamiica, L. I., with a good Ml ply ol' f.uit trres, flowe s, be. One half of the pur chase money can remain on bond mid mor gage. Enquire of CALEB WEEKS, Giraffe Hotel, or of HENRY WOOL K Y. at th-*'lu?hing pavi ion. m'n2 lm*m TO LET?true of he mo?td sirable country re.ide> - ' era on this island, situate wiihiu half hours ride of the .City Hall, consisting of a spacious and convenient dwel ling. *?i h stible and other outhouses attached, with a large ga den, containing every variety of lruit, aand ornamental trees and . hr"bbeiy For particulars enquire in 23d street, first house east of 3d avenue. mh!3 lm-rc T i LET i It LEASE, in St. John's Ha I, two large Rooms on the serond aud third stories of the building, -adinuablv adapted for Ihe use of awncatii us, or as ar tno tea foi military cnmpmi*s?the 'J bird Company i>at oiisl Guards now occupying the fourth on lease as an aimory. Those wishing to hire for such purposes should avail themselves of th-oportu i y and ecure them, st they are desirable fr.m their location, aud lite facility of ingress and egress. Terms made known and rooms seen, by applying at the bar of the Hall, from 10 o'clock A M. until 2 P. M., to mbin lm-rc THOMAS A LYNCH. F'Otv SALE, Gtt TO LEASE?I list well knowu Factory, with 16 lots of ground, situate at Harlem, oil ,*^the 4th avenue (tailroad), between 128th and 29ih its ? _ ne t vctory is a very substantial two story brick building 40 , feet by 200 w th a brick carriage house aud engine house adjoin- | in i. The s re?Is and avenues are regulated and paved, anu all assessments paid The premises are In complete order, and rea dy or inimeu ate occupancy. The >ame w II be aold or leased cheap, or excha Red f r city proiierty Three fourths of the purchase muuey can remain on bond and mortgage for a long time. Apply to C. W. VAN VOORHIS or H P. McOOWN,36 John street, whete a map of the property can he seen. Uihl2 lm* m TO LET?Two Stores beautifully aitnated. In the new buildings (now nearly complete) on the northwesterly corner of Broadway and lleade street, (known aa the La ar*e ButldiUgs ) Also, a large and convenient Baaement, well calculated for an Oyster naloou, be. Also, several convenient Stores in the second story, suitable for Merchant Tailors, Fashionable Milliners, Dressmakers, be. together with s variety of Rooms in the 2d, Id, 4th, and 3th Stories, suitable for Otlices, Private Ps'lore with folding doors, I'sutries and Bedrooms attached ; with Rooms suitable lor Dentists, Painters, Daguerreotypes and Exhibition Rooms, be. Thore persons wanting rooms of the above description, are re quested iu call and examine the same. Enquire on the premise flJ lm-rc TO SECRET SOCIETIES. TO LEI'?From 1st May next, the large Room in the ' upper story of house corner of East Broadway and Ca tharine stieet, fitted up for a lodg ? room. Can be seeu _etween 2)6 and 3 o'clock, P. M. For further particu lars enquire of E 81' i ER.31 Catharine Mrset, or of J Hfe-CHT, It Henry street fill lm*tn BeR. TO LET?The large three story and attic Brick vtw Dwelling House, situated on the north-easterly corner of fl -tne Seventh Avenue and Thirteenth street, with a fiue Situ, u, Oroiou water, kitchen ranges. marble mantels, sliding ours, be., and iu an improvtug neighborhood. Rent low to s good tenant. A1 so? F our three story and attic Brick Housea, with Stores underneath, on the easterly side of *ixlh Avenue, belweeu 'Twelfth and Thirteenth tueets, with sliding doors, marble mantels, Croton water, be., suitable for respectable families in moderate circumstances. ...... Also?Five three story Brick Houses, ofa similar kind.on the easterly side of Greenwich Lane or Avenue, near the Eighth Avenue, and opposite the large square. Also?The three story Brick House, with a Store underneath, on the side of the Eighth Avenue, between 13lb sxd 14th streets, with marble mantels, sltdiug doors, Croton Waiter, &C. All of the above Stores are excellent stands for business, and sre suitable for dryguods and fancy-goods, ladies' shoe stoics, china and Mrtheuware, hardware, jewelry, millinery, con The Stores, with ths front basement-room, will be rented se parate from the dwelling parts if required, Iheie being covered areas iu front for fuel, be. G. H. WINTER, fll lm-rc 16 Wall street. FOR SALE. ?Ad| A BEAUTIFUL FARM, situated in the town of ?3?Eastchester, cout <iuing sevency acre* of good tilable and saBUsgras* laud. The House is in jierfect order aud couvnueut ly airanued for a large family, fraid Farm it divided by ihe post load rouuing to New Koehelle and Marmarronrck, and run a down to Eastchester Creek, where there ia line bata and trout liahiug iu their aeaeon. The out buildinga are all in good order, and there ia good aiabliagfor twelve horaea. J fie whole plate ia well wainedaudon thepremises ia a beautiful Fishpond. There are two cburchea within aquarter of a mile ufaaid place, and stages past twice a day by the houae, to intersect the New York and Harlem Railroad at William's Bridge, which is with in three miles of said premises. There an abundance of Fruit on aaid premises, whicn was selected by the present owner gieat cam. The distance from City Hall, New V ork, ia sc.iul sixteen miles. Possession can be had by die 1st of April, and any information concerning said property, can be had on tne premise*. A so, ad orning said property, forty acres of first rate Land, Willi a good Stone Houae ou it, with Barn and Slabh s connected, possessing tlie same advantages as the above seventy acres. The said forty acres will be sohl separately, or the harm* lo geilier, (making iu all 110 acres) to suit ihe purchas-r. Apply to J. W. J aNtWAY, No. 12 City Hall Place, or to ISAAC A N DFiKSON, on the premises, or to lej 1 m * rc WM. H. HICKS. No. 20 Wall street. jmi KOH SALE?A splendid, superior, and veiy valuable ygq|F'AKM of 100 acres, rich land, a handsome House, excel ^JLkieut fences and outbuildings, mills and machinery for a >?li>gi grinning, Ike., about lNi(0 choice Peach Trees, and a va ol oilier I.nit: 3}$ miles from Morristown, iu New Jer sey, and Jvg hours ride Irnm i>ew ? Ork; a healthy and delight ful situ.I loll l'rice $8U00; half can remain oa it, or Will be tx Chauu d in part lor city pr party. Coal over $1. ,000. Alan 00 .cr-a, with new Cottage, Barns, Fences, kc : avout 4(100 IVucli Trees; adjoining the above Price ItooO For full particulate apply to 1). ELSTON, 35 Atlantic street. South orooklya. $1300 or $1000 on a House aud Lot in the eity of Brooklyn, wanted, at 7 per csut. Ample security. Apply immediately to D. t.L?XON, 35 Auautic st.eet, nihil lm*cc South Brooklyn. /rissa btUN IU V sE\T IU LEX-io let lor one or HQU 'iore yea's, the beauulul C'Uutry teat kiiowu at Wood .adkreiswii situated on the Nurch Hirer, a. loot of 62d strict, c^uiniuiug about 18 acre*. 1 he dwelling house is new, having been built last year, and the slant.- and other buildiuga are iu goodordar. , Possession can be giveu immediately. F'or terms, apply to W. L. CUl l'lNU, mil 2w*ec 32 Wall street,or 742 Broadway. TO LET. AT FOHDHAM. WESTCHESTER CO., N Y. mm A LARUE and convenient Cottage, formerly occupied MjAov 1'hos. Bassford, with a Garden, and Fiuit Trees of <mmm>av?ry uetcrli lion, adjoin lug?situated wiUiiu two or three hundred yards of St. John a College. The New V ork aud Har lem Kail mid Cart run to and from New York six times a day. Apply at 479 Pearl street, New York. f|? lm*rc A COUNTRY RESIDENCE FOR SALE-Situated ?&in the town of Pelham. Wretchester Couigy, bordering on ^JLfcthe village ol East Cheater, about ID miles from New York, Containing MC acres of land?30 acres wood land, the balance <ju acres it in a high tt u ol cultivntion, with frnit trves of all kinds in abundance. There are two good l)welliug House* on it, recently built, together with a large barn, stone hen hou-e, Com rill, *c. 1 he place is betutifully situated, cnmmaiidiug a view of (he Sound aud surronnuiug cotinpy. It will be sold low or exchanged for unproved city property For further par ticulars apply at 08 West street, between Carlisle and Hector Stieet*. Also, 8 Lots of Uronnd, 25 by 100, on the easterly side of the aVJ?U| ?? uui? uo viuuiiui *?? vj 'v?, t"w 11Lh .'.venue, between I7th anu 30th streets. 122 lm*ic FOR SALE?A FARM?Simuied at Islip, Suffolk tjf-gji lounty, L 1 , adjoining fnuthtown. Said Faun contains c ei; JO of which is Woou; the reinamiug 32 acres are i n a state of good cu tiVation. There are two flou?-?, and also two good wells of water on the farm;* large bam with c ur ria?e li< II ir nun ?tabling for eight lionet; tu icehouse; n good ? garden, enclosed iu a picket tence, Iruit teres, Ike , Ike. nrliiar inhumation may lie obtained at No 83 Uleecker few doors west from Broadway. Half me purchase *e remain on mortgage 123 im"m large gsrdi Auy I'tff til 1 A11 LINE OF lIV".RP<?OL PA' KE'IS? Packet of die 111li of A; nl?The iew and elegant lust class packet ship WATERLOO, -apt. W. 11. Ai ?.., >. ill posit vely tail a< above, her regular day. Iltvinu .ery siipenor accomm dations for cabiu,second cabin and steerIge passengers. p? rsons annul to embark, will find this rpleudi't ship to be a most desirable conveyance. Thk Waterioo' will sail again from L veipooj oa the 26ih of for the May. '1 It te who are desirous of sending for thtir relatives or fr.ruds, ran have them brought out in this splendid packet. For peerage to i r from Liverpool, early application should da | be made to Itie subscriber JOSEPH McMURRAY, pi Wire 180 fine ttre*t,ooiaw of Booth street. SHAKSPEARE hotel. COttNER OF WILLIAM k DlfANE STREETS, N.Y. AA l T^F. suh?cri*er respectfully informs the public that he hn? leasel the above establishment, end ie now prs XJ&pared to accommodate tliein with Board and Lodging, on very moderals term*. It ha* been put in the matt thorough and complete re|wir, painted andtrlitud with additional new furniture, and he will not, a* usual, say whit he intends to do, but solicits the travelling eointnui ity to visit and give him a trial, audjudge for themselves, that the establishment under Ilia maiiaceineiii is deserving ihe patronage of the public. The li cation being cMitral ti business, offers inducements to mer chants tr^m the country [from its retired situation] unsurpass ed i>y any' ther house in th" city. Terms SI p*r day?per week in proportion. The aubirriber besa to call the attention of parti's that the Assembly Ko"m will be to let to ttiosa tiring Balls and Con eery for the r: maming |>art of the season, and that , the room will stioitly he put in comp'ete repair, and fitted up in a magni ficent style lie further calls ihe attention of tha professional gent Linen ofthe law. that .his room for arbitrators audrererees has undergone alteration, and that he it ready to accommodate them nu 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. if6 2w*rrc M1NORD S. THRESHER. SARACEN'S HEAD. Ne 12 Dev street (adjoining the Franklin Hotel.) TOSEPH SMI TH, la's or Worcester, England, begs leave " most reipectfnjly to inform his friends and the public, that he hat letted ihe above establishment, and fitted it np in a style second to no' e. H- h?s a'so taken care to provide the creature comforts for the iuward man. At It o'clock thara will always be a sandwich ready, and at any time during the day the following a<ticlea * ill lie prepared eud served up in a style suitable to the palate of the most fasti dious epicure:? Beef Steak,?Mutton Chops-Veal Cutlete?Broiled Ham and Kggs?Frizzled Bacon?Welsh ksnsbits?Poached Kggs? Sardines?C< Id Cms?Cream Cheese. J. 8. will at all times keep on hand the choicest Wines sod Spirits, (elected with that taste peculiar to an old and etperienc ed witie-bibber; Bottled Porter. Cider, and a sparkling glass of Albany Ale, accompanied with a puie Havana, all of which will bs served on such terms and prices as will siinaie with the times. mh9 4w eow*ec NEW YORK HOTEL, 731 Broadway, New York City. rpHIS new and splendid establishment opened on the 1st of 1- December last, situated in the most fashionable quarter of the city, is now in full operation. '1 h* entire front oa Broad way, between Washington and Waeerley Places, has been ar ranged in suits ofapartments, and inmishedin the most t.steml and elegant mauner for the accommodation of families and sin g's gentlemen, aud uo pains will be spared to render the most perfect satisfaction to all who may ftvor the house with their patron'ge. It will be conducted on the European and Ameri can systems combined, leaving it optional with persons to lake meals at Table d'Hore, in private parlors, or a la carta, as may snit their convenience The locilirn of the house, the great number of large and beautiful parlors, the spacious and aira-halls, render it a most desirable residence for those eisiting trie city either ou business or p'easure. J. H. BiLLINGS, Proprietor. m8 lm*m B. IMONNOT. Kestaursteur. ST. GEORGE HOTEL No. 01 Broadway, New York. (Next Block below Trinity Churchy and near Wall street.) THK subscribers, lessees and proprietors of the above well l known establishment, having recently taken it for a term of years, natter themselves, that they are now ready to meet the wishes of their friends and patrons br supplying them with every comfort and convenience which a place nke this can possibly afford. The rooms of the honseare large, airy and commodious: and have been, but lately, fitted np with new and elcgaut furui ture. The domestics are attentive, respectful and obedient?the ta ble abundantly supplied with all the substantial! and Inxnriea of good liviog?the cellar contains an ample store of the choicest Wines and Liquors?aud the beds and beddiug, throughout the house, are constantly kept in a clean and healthful condition. Haviug availed themselves of these and many other advanta ges and accommodations, so important to a public house, the proprietors not only deem it a duty, but, also, take pleasure in thus announcing it to travellers aud the public iu general. And. while endeavoring to please, although they do not pretend to stnile at comiietiou, yet they are determined, by assidnone at tention to the wants ol their guests, and the most reasonable charges, thai, those who come to their honse shall not meet with disappointment; and, that, those who go away shall not eiperi ence dissatisfaction. JOHN H. MORE, PETER TYLER. New York, Feb. 1, IMS. ft lm*rre NATIONAL HOTEL, No. S Courtlandt street and 87 Liberty street, NEW YORK. Three Doors from Broadway.' rFHIS NEW HOTEL will be opened on the 20th inst .when -I the Proprietors will be happy to accommodate their friends aud the public with board. Th* Lodging Rtoms are large and a>ry, ana ihe internal arrangements such as cannot fail to please. The locstion bring in the centre of busiuess, it offers induce ments to merchants from other cities and the country, not sur passed hy any other House in this City. The Fnrnitnie, Beds and Bedding, are all new and made ex pressly for this establishment. Families who w>sh Parlors and Sleeping Rooms attached,can be I andiomely accommodated. The snbscriberi assure their fiirndi aud the public, that no efforts on their part shall be wanting to secure the comfort aud convenience of their guests, and v lule rhey solicit a share of their patronage, they hope, by ouceasmg attention, to the duties of their vocation, to give en tire satisfaction. CHARLES WkCKOFF k CO. fiT m're WILSON'S HO TEL AND uJNING ROOMS, Bo. 5 Gold street. New York. (UTIVHI CALEDOIVIa). LTENllY WILSON (of Brooklyn) begs to inform his friends 11. and the public generally, that he will open the above named establishment on v ON DAY, the lath of Match, >845. The iiouse has been thoroughly repaired and newly furnished in every department, and the very best of every description < f liquors, cigars wines, domestic and imported ales and porte, will be provided. An Ordinary will be served up every; day from 1 to S o'clock P. M.; and Refreshments will he famished at any hour during the day and evening. f28 Imje HOBE'S PATENT EXTENSION DINING TABLES, WITH METALLIC SLIDES, loug known as the meat durable, convenient and elegant of Evteusion Tables manu factured; warranted to run easy constantly, aud not to be affected by dimports or warping of the wood. A large assort ment of choice patterns, suited tor private parlor*, hotels,simm boau, kc., togeihrr with a general asso-tment of Cabinet Fur niture, always on hand, at the Wareroomt, NoltO Grand street, corner of Elm, where the public is respectfully invited to oall anil examine. mrl lm*rC ARCHITECTURE TJMIED. SCHMIDT begs leave(o inform his friends and the T public, that he has removed his ofhee from 192 Broadway to 18 Wall at, where persons desirous of building are invited to ex amine a selection of original and tasteful designs, froin the Cote tage upwards to theestensive Villa or Mansion, in all the various styles of architecture; and where he it prepared to famish Plans, Drawings, Specifications, Estimates and Contracts forBnild ings of every description, and superintends the erection thereof. ia30 Im'rc JONES'S COMMERCIAL ACADEMY, INITIATORY COUNTING ROOM, K#7 Broadway, corner of Murray at. 'THE obiect of this Institution is to impart thorough iinunction ?L in Book Keeping. I'euminship aud Commercial A ricihme tic, noil qmlify Gentlemen for practical datiea of lha desk. Private in?truetion ii riven if required O" Members of the Mercantile Library Auociation are re ?pleated to apply to the Librarian at Clinton Hall, who will u-nirh tickets of admiuiou under the arraarement made with the Committee. O" Reference* may be had at the Academy to Bookkeeper*. Merchant* and C lerk*, who hare been itudeuta during the laat nine year*. [(JT For ?*le, June*'a Principle* ana Practice of Bookkeeping, Ovo., piiee It*. Thi* work i* adopted in the fl it Academic lu?titntion* iu thi* couatrv. It i* al?o republished in Kngland a d e?ten*ivelv inttiduc*d there f25 lmeod*ec MK HAItVtV, froleaanr ol Class.cs and Elocution, being aolicited by aereral reapectable fimtlie* to open a Day School for the inatruction of yontli in the common and claa*i cal brautlie* of education, reapectfu ly inform* those who may be di.poae.1 to pice their children under hi* luiiion, to aignify the *ame by giving their namai, aa he ia unwilling (wi'hout en couragement) to p-octed in an nndertaaing which otherwiae might prove abortive. If the location of the achool (aa yet un *euled)be inconvenient to the reaidencee of the aubacribera, their aubacribiug will not be conaideied iu the least binding. N. B.?The fee* will not be higher than at any other reapecta ble eatabliahment, and name* will be received at Patrick ?. Caa aerly'a, lot Nassau atreet, New Yoik. mho lw*m TO TAILORS. THE Second Edition of Scinemet'a celebrated work on etn A ting garmenta of every description in a atyle of elegance un equalled, ia now published aud ready for delivery. Those who deaire to avail themselve* of the great advantage* to be derived from the uae of the inatruction* it contain*, would do well to obtain a copy without delay. The book ia 12 by 17 inchr* square, and contain* 17 elegant diagram* of all the variou* atyle* of garmenta worn at the pnaentday, with fall a id ample inalruo tiona for cutting in an easy and acientific manner. The follow ing arc a few of the many highly reapectable uamea who teatify to the merit* of the book The uuderaigned being practically acquainted with Mr. Stine mel'a Treatue on Cutting Garment*, with plea*ure recommend it a* a work complete in it* arrangement*, aud in ita practical ap plication to cutting, auperior to any heretofore publiahed, either in Europe or America. P. Heuiy It Son, Daniel Cutter. Staata St Banker, Charlea Cot, K. W. Tryoii It Co., B. F. Horner, Jamea Daily, John Hariland, J. H. Banker The above can bo obtnined of the author. No. IIS Broadway, New Vork P> lin? Mar telle k holdekmann, No. 17 MAIDEN LANK, N. Y. AkfDRI1'and Impoitrra of Ornamental Hair f*A Work, Wig*, Toupee*, Band*, Curl*, Seama, Bandeau Hair, and a new atyle #f Everlasting Curls, aud all kinds ol Ha>r Work. wholesale aud retail. N. B.?The trade aupplied on rraionable term*. fl* I m*?-e VJ o-i ON Oil ANID CLU1HINU AND KUKNUuKK WANT t D ? And ' he highest caah'price givrn for all kind* ol caal off Clothing aud good aecond-haiid Furniture. Peraona wiahing to dispose of the aame, will do well to call on the aub ?criber, or addrvu a line through the Poat Office, which will be punctually attended to. B.LEVY, Chatham atrret, N. Y. N. B?Constantly on hand, a aeaaonable aaaortment of gratle men'a Clothing, cheap for ca?h. fB Im'rc fiOTTON MACHINERY FOR SALE? " v 7 Thro?tle?, 1 Cards, 1 Mule, 2.(I Spindles, 1 Drawing Frame, 2 Pickers, 1 vv Hiding Frame, 4 Reel*. I Varn Pre**. . . 1 Grinding hrame, And a quantitv of Can*. Bobbins, Sic., all >n good order, and now innning at Peterson Apply to the "l'aier?on Machine Company" Work*, at Pawraon,orio mhlS 3t*rc DAVlD B. KIHlNG, 60 Cedar at.. N. Y. salt and fIsh stoke. BBLS. Salmon, No. I,land I. 100 bbla. Blue Fiah. 1S10 bbla Nun. i, i, aau * Mackerel. M barf da to do a* liO do No. 1 Meat Shad. 60 half bbla No. l Haybrook Shad UK) hbla Cod and Scale {"*;,. 1(10 do No. 1 Gib'dTlerriau* 300 keg* Dutch do h'Wr I lew Smoked Silmoe. 100 kits Sound do too do Sounds aud Tongue* 2100 qtl* Cod Fish, suitable for shiueian 1*00 sack* A ah ton's Halt. 60 half and 60 quartrrs neaa Mackerel. MOO bnaee Digby Herring 100 quarter barrel) Sal mo*. For sale ra lot* lo suit puretaiera, by fll Im? m NF.LHON. WV.I.I.M ft CIl . 01 Uev *1 UGAK?100 hbda Prima New Orleans Sugar, for sale iu lot to suit.lby a It- K. COLLInB ft CO., HOC M South Mieet. 400 TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS REWARD. <ttinnn HKWABU-Tlw Store of MESSRS. COF> IN, WlVJUU BRADLEY Ik CO., No, 44 Exchange Place, having been set on fire, on Saturday night, the lath instant, the undersigned, a Committee of the Insurance Companies, which had policies on the goods in said store, hereby offer a reward of One Thousand Dollars, for such evidence as shall lead to the detection and convietiou of the incendiary or incendiaries. New York, February 12th, 1845. LAMBERT 8UYDAM, President >? quiuble Insurance Co. JNO. BROUWER, President East Hirer Mutual Ins. Co. A. (J HAZARD, Agent of the Atna and Protection Ins. Co , of Hartford, Con. ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS REWARD-We, the subscribers, offer One Thousaud Dollars, in addition to the re ward offered by the lnsurauce Companies, as above stated. fli lnn'rc COFFIN, BRADLEY It CO. XYLOGRARHIC PRESS GENERAL JOB PRINTING OFFICE, IM) Gold Street. '"PHE SUBSCRIBERS inform Druggists, Perfumers, Grocers A and others, that they have made extensive additious to their assortment of Xylographic Labels, to which ihey 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 tliey promise their customers that they shall spare uo expense in getting up all that they may want in the busiueas of the Druggists, Perfumers and Segar Manufacturers. JOB PRINTING?Their office is also supplied with erery variety of Type nee sear y for the execution of every description of Fancy Job Frinting, Cards, Billheads, Notes. Bills Lading, Circulars, and all luuds of Mercantile Printing, executed on reasonable terms. SEGAR BOX LABELS AND PAPER, of erery descrip tion always on hand VARIEGATED SHOW CARDS, for Refectoriea,Grocers, be., be ?a large supply. BRONSON b CO., (24 lm*re 56 Gold street, ntar Fulton. DAGUERREOTYPE GENERAL FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT, EXCHANGE BUILDING, PHILADELPHIA. fT*HK SUBSCRIBERS beg leave to iaftrm the Daguerreotype X Artists, that they have considerably enlarged their connec tions thronghont the Union, the West Indies, Sonth America and Europe. They have also made arrangements to be supplied with every new article used in the Daguerreotype Art. They have lately received a large anpply of voigtlaender's celebrated Cameras, consisting of three different sixes, for the tale of which they are appointed Agents. Also, a supply of best '.Mates and Chemicals, either lor Daguerreotype or Calotype, made to their especial order. Cases olall sizes, the best Polishing Substances, ana every other article need for the Daguerreotype, constantly on band. 1. *t( long connection with the Daguer reotype Art and their sace is in taking pictures, may serve as a recommendation and reliant. Daguerreotype Artists, by ordering articles from any pait of ine above named countries, may depeud apon a prompt aud satisfactory execution of their ONSri Their prices are cash Prices Current and information may be obtained by addressing (post-paid) to H. b F LANOENHEIM,. fl3 Im'ec Exchange Building, Philadelphia. OFFICE OF JEFFERSON INSURANCE CO., I NEW YORK, Feb. 3. 1845. } A Tin Election held this day for Directors of this Iustitntion, fx for the ensuing year, the following gentlemen were elected inch Directors:? Thomas W. Thorns, Elisha Higgs, Thomas T. Woodruff, Anson Baker, B R. Robson.M. D., Joseph Drake, Thomson Price, Joseph Allen, Moses Tack r. James E Holmes, John R. Davison, John P. Moore, John H. Lee, Win, K. Thorn, Caleb C. Tunis, Thomas Morrell, Fisneis P Huge, Eugene Bogart, John C Meruit, Robert Smith. At a ?nbaripieni meeting of the Board THOMAS W. THORNK, Esq.. was unanimously re-elected President, flee GEO. T. HOPE. Secretary. AnTeiTaT NEW FOllK TAI TKK?ALLS?New and second hand vehicles of every description and value, oa which liberal advancae will be made if required. Carriage Builders aun gentlemen breaking up their Riding Eslabliv menu are respect'ully solicited to send their vehicles, be to this place for tale or storage. Public sales of Carriages, Hirnevs, Saddlery, Horses, be., every Moudsy. commencing at II o'clock. The ru'es governing trie sale of Horses at tnis establishment have been thoroughly revised, and the propr etor ventures >o as sert, that any person who will examine the rulee, and atiend one or more of the public sales, at at present conducted, will de cide that the changes of lair treatment are greater at this, than at any other establishment public or private, in the city. N.B ?Every horse sold at public sale at this establishment, must correspond to the letter, with the description given, or the money will b<- re'urued to the purchaser forthwith. No Horse of a less value than twenty-five dollars will, in any case, be offered at this establishment, except by virtue of an ex ecution, or to close an estate. GEO. W. MILLER, Proprietor, mg lm*rrc 446 Broadway. FLA IN AND JAPANNED TIN WARE. MENZIES b BROTHER. 34 CI,ff street, TVffANUF ACTURER8 of plain and aud japanned Tin Ware, IV-L have always on hand a full assortment, consisting of Cof fee Pots aud Boilers, Tea Kettles and Tea Pott, round, square, and oval I'aus, Sauce Puns, pint, half pint and tailors' Puts, co vered Pails, Wash Basins, Dippers, Oil Cans, Scoops. Tunnels, Spittoons, all colors. Toy Cups, Pepper Boxes, Chamber Pails, London Hoot Tubs, Lamps, caudle Sticks, Water Pails, and Watering Pots, Dust Shovels. Tea and Coffee Cauuisters, be.; Eirs, Hindies, Mallets, Lamp Screws, Bn ket Handles. Tin Plate by the sheet or dozen. Tin Ware made to order or re paired. mktl Iw'.e SOAP WORKS PERFUMeTY DEPOT. IN ADDITION 10 our Manufactory, we have opened a Store for the aale of our Economical haucy Soaps ana all kindi of Perfumery, Family Soap, Parent Crystalline Candles, Stc., Sic. We solicit purchasers to inspect our stock, which we offer on the lowest terms. Shipiiers to the West Indies and Month America, are particu larly invited to examine our Crystalline Caudles. Sales Hoom No. 3 Conrtlandt st<eet, next door to the New National Hotel. JOHNSON. VHOOM <i FOWLER. (54 lm*nc CIGARS! CIGARS! CIGARS! uic i'uwiiw iiraciuiiy. w uses muuniuK a ceiveil by late arrivals from Havana Regalias of vat ions Panetelas of various Alliansa, brands, brands, Knickerbocker Norm as, Principes, La Floriuda, Yngenuidnd, Kiooda, Estrellas, Esperanza, Napoleones, Lara. La India, Noriegas, Lord Dyrons. The above Segars are guaranteed as genuine and imported, and the trade are invited to call and examine them. N. B.?Orders from abroad will be strictly attended to. f!7 lm*rc FABER SEGAR FACTORY, 71 Division Street, NEW YORK. fPHK UNDERSIGNED have established an extensive Segar 1 Factory, 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 years. The following kinds of Segas, manufactured in the Faber So Br Factory, and of which a large stock is now on hand, will be mid equal to any Havana Segars of corresponding style and age;? Imperial Regalia, Trabncos, Common Sise, Regalia, Panetelas, London Sixe, Casadores, Cauones, Principe, All boxed in the Havana style. The subscribers hare settled the Son of their Senior in Hava na, for the express purpose of selecting Tobacco lor their Facto ry, as also for the purpose of selecting Segars suitable for this market. They have now on hand, for sals, a large stock of Havana Se gars, entitled to debenture, of the following brands:? La India, Woodville, La Cabana, Noriago, Fragranzin, La Norma, Dc Moya, Cnorey, Eaperanza, Lord Bjion, Upman, Kiondo, Esculapius, Minrrva, La Kama, La Palma, Victoria, Columbia, DoaHermanos, La Pax, Also, Principe, Itc. JO&N H. FABEk It CO.. (57 Jm*rc No. 1 New street, corner of Wall. wholesalETEgar emporium. 'T'HE SUBSCRIBERS offer for ? ilea late assortment of 8e f gars, made of best select, d Havana Tobacco, and having been manufactured six months, are now in fine order, and van be sold 33 per ceut lower thin the same quality of Imported Segars Havana Regalias in Iths and lOths, Cazadoras, Washington La Normas, Esperanxa, La India, La Rscompenaa, Jnsta Sam. Principees, Panetela, Ike Sic Toeeth-r with a la'ge assortment of Imitation Segars of every quality and price, for sale in lota to snit purchasers by nihil lm*ec KENNETH * LAVKKTY, 71 Wall at. DALLY'S tohacco manufactory, ?88 River 8t. Troy. 'THE Subscriber avails himself of this method of communi 1 eating to the public the fact that he is now manufacturing fine cut and smoking Tobacco and 8nuff, at 284 River street, Troy, next door to the Fulton market. Tobacco?'Hie celebrated Fancy Virginia. This Tobacco took the premium at the late Fair. Extra < hewing Tobacco, sweet Virginia; American Smoking Tobacco, manufactured from the lesf; Spanish do, Turkish do. Sniffs?hose scented, No, I; Maceaboy, American Gentle man. Lundyfoot, French R?|>ee, 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. Orders directed as above will meet with prompt attention? the same paint taken as if they were iwrsonally present. (CT1 E. Savage, 844 Fulton street, and A. A. Hamanoa, Broadway, Agents for the city of New York. Troy, Jan. IS, 1844. ml lm?ec

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PICKLING AND PRESERVE WAREHOUSE. rpHE 8UBSCHIBERM, of the only original establishment of ?l the kind, offer to the notice of our southern friends, mer chants, and our owu city and countiy trade, the largest and best selected assortment of Fruits ever before presented to the public. Peachee?Malaoaturiee, Morris' Whites, Honest Johns, Late Heath, Ike. Pine Apples, Raspberries, Apricotta, Strawbornes, Egg, and other Plumbs, til possessing in their preservation their natural flavors. Alto, Jelly's of the Strawberry, Raspberry, Quince, and Pine Am>le and Cranberry. Alto Pickles, Catsups, and Sauces, of every imaginable de scription, in glass jars, of every aiie, to snit the convsnience of the purchaser. Also, Pickled and Stewed Oysters,potted for exportation, and warranted to keep in any climate. Hotel Keewrs, Boarding House Keepers, Ovoenrn, Ship Masters and Private Famines, all are invited to e?uiand ex amine the beat selected and mutt beautiful stock of Ike kind ever before offered to the attention of the public. RECKHOW St VINCENT, ? _ 44 Conrtlaam eieet. N B.?Eighty dozen fresh Havana Pines, in go"* *?-V, for sale. Also, ItOO Oyster Kegs. dl9 3m"re PATENT AGATE BUTTONS. THOS PKOSSER, PATENTEE, T Piatt Mtrect, Mow York. RTOTICK it hereby given, th u the undersigned is the Patentee k v and Exclusive Qwuer of th ? Patent Right for ih? Porcelain Button, commonly known as "Pioe.rr's Patent Agate Button " L>t er? latent have been daly granted to turn hv th? United Mat?t. tc takf pffpct from tlttSRhJinairy. INI. I hcv* c*c**d tints to I* comn^aw^ iu il?? Circuit tourt of th* United nfpn Suiri for thf Southern District of New York, for th* infr 'bge ment of said letters Patent, and am prepared to enforce and substantiate my rights under said Patent, to the Inllett ex tent of the law. 1 give thin public notice to all, thatl sh >11 pro ceed fiuthwilh, bv iuu for damages, and by bill in equity, for injunction against all prisons infringing upon said Patent. The Buttons are for tsle by me at wholeeale only, at my store 7 Piatt street, Nsw York. 152 lin'rc THOMAS PROSHEH. HARDWARE PAPER?HO teams Dnnnel'xsuperior Hard ware Pai?rt lor xale by mhl3 FEKSdE Ik BUOOKP, 64 and 17 Nassau st. HA TS-SPRINQ FASHION. J. M. TICE <fc CO. . I Bowery, New York. f? _ ARE now ready to tnpply their ciMomm J^wKpriug Style of HsSt, which are equal, if not a wo men with their i are equal, if not superior, ia of elrganc;; dorabriity.aud ?o.omy: tC tJ.T3T.otf M sayothrr store in this city mllm*m _ NEW r ASHION n . BROWN It CO.HONE PRICE 8TORE.173 Chat J^hham square, corner of Mort street. Imitat on Beaver aud IVioU hktii Htti, of th? -prune Fashiou. for the low flied price Mil. A Iar.:e assortment of Caps, aonie new patterns, muck admired, sold at mode-ate price*, wholeaale and retail. mS lm*m "A DOLLAR SAVED IS A DOLLAR E\RNKD_" n .GENTLEMEN who maae it a rule to lav out J^-their money to the best advantage, are respectfully Jpw notified that they can purchase Hats and Caps at ROBERTSON'S I'HOENIX HAT AND CAP ESTABLISHMENT, No. 1(3 Fulton street, east side of Broadway, much cheaper than at any other place in the city. Au intienble adherence to tn* system of large sales, small profits, and cash on delivery, enables the proprietor to offer tlie different articlae in his line, at the following reduced rates : HATS. r irst quality Nutria Fur $3 SO Second " " 3 00 Moleskin 2 50 ? CAF8J First quality mens' and boya., $1 50 ?wona a 1 00 Third " " 75 These articles are uot ouly quite equal, but in some resperts (especially iu the style of trimming) superior to any iu tin city. A comparison of the qualities and prices, with those of other establishments, will snow a deduction of $1 to *1 50 on customary prices. All Hate warranted of the most fashionable B rnpji wayqiit tf rut ^ _ The proprietor's eitensive arrangements enable him to offer very advantageous bargains to wholesale dealers and cougtry merchants. mC I in ? m ROBFRTSONS PHCENIX HAT AND CAP MANUFATORY, ft No. 103 FULTON STREET. fl J^tEAST SIDE OF BROADWAY. A The es tensiye application of the system of small profits, cash payments and large sales to many branches of business in this city within a fsw years, and the eminent success which this flan deserves, and has in almost every instance received, has d the subscriber to test its application to the HATTING business. In a city whose inhabitants are widely distinguished for neatness and taate in dress, and at the same lime for econo my and thrift, there seems great reason to believe that a si stem wnich enables the community to gratify a loadable partiality for neatoesa a an unprecrdeetedly 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, canuot be conducted on thia pkui, the subscriber has employed a large number of the beet workmen in the manufacturing and finishing departments; also skill'ul and tasty Cap Makers. Each department ie nnder the constant supervision of an experienced foreman. These arrangements, together with his intimate personal knowledge of the business, great facilities for purchasing to the best advantage?lww rent ?free from the ruinous expenses of Broadway?inflexible ad herence to "cash on delirery"?a determination pi keep pace with all improvements, and with the current Fashions of the *v day, enable nim to say with all confidence, that he now offers to the citixens of New York, articles in his line fully equal in style and durability to those sold in Broadway, aud unequalled in cheapuess and economy to any ever offered in this city. He begs leave to refer to the following schedule of article*, I and their respective prices annexed :? HATS. Firit Quality Nutria Fur... $3 50 Identical with Hat* heretofore sold at $4 50 and $5 00. Any one on examination will pronounce them the same, and will, on trial,find them to do equally a* good eervice. Second Quality Nutria S3 00 This is the tame article heretofore sold at $3 50 aud ?4 00. External appearance and finish closely resembling the above, the principal difference being in the body. Moletkin $2 50 Usually sold at $3 00 and $3 50?very neat in appear ance, aud very eerriceable. CAPS. First Quality Mens and Boys $1 50 Made of snperior French Cloth, and trimmed in a very superior manner, nsnally sold at $3 and S3 50. Second Quality $1 N Usually sold at $1 50 and $3. rhi*d Quality 75 Usually sold at SI 35 and $1 50. An examination will show that the nyle of the above articlrs cannot be surpassed by any establishment in this city or else where. N. B.?The style of Trimming* adopted at this establishment it particularly recommeuded as well for effectually preventing injury from perspiration or oil applied to the hair, as for its greater ease and comfort to the wearer. ja3l lm*ec DISBROW'S RIDING SCHOOL., N*. 401 BOWERY, Ncsa Astor and Ls Fsvittx I'Larus, Nxw Yore. TVXR. D. has the honor to aunouuee that his School is open Ivl Day and^Eveniug, for Equestrian Tuition and Exercise Riding. TERMS: LICTUII LESSORS. CXCBCIIg BIDIKO. 1 Month $12 04 30 Rides It 00 It " COO Single Rids* 75 16 Lessons $15 40 10 " 10 00 4 " 5 00 Single Lessons 3 00 Hokd " 2 50 N. B.?Highly mined and quiet Horses, for the Road or Parade, to let. BTBRIXe CLASS. 13 Lessons $0 00 I 30 Rids* $10 00 Single " 1 00 J Mingle Ride 75 RULES: 1.?All Lessons or Rides paid for on commencing. 3.?One hour allowed on each Lesson or Ride in the School. 3.?One hour aud a half to a Lesson on t Ik- Road. 4.?Hours for Ladies, from t A. M. to !P M. 5.?Honrs for Uentlemeo, from 3 to 5, and from 7 to P. M 0.?No Gentlemen admitted during tia hours appropriated to Ladies. A card of address is requested previous to commencing. Gentlemen keeping their horses at thia establishment, w il have th* privilege of riding them in the School gratis. H. H. E. WILLARD, AUCTION GENERAL AGENCY AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, Office No. 116 Nimn street, first floor, Nsw York. E. W. VV ILL ATTEND to sales of Household Furniture ? and Merchandise, of all kiuds, 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 Males settled in all cases as soon as the goods are sold and delirered Manufac turer* and traders can always hare accommodation advances on goods for private sale. m3 lm'ee SIX BARREL SELF-COCKING AND REVOLVING PISTOLS: BLUNT & SYMS, No 44 Chatham street, MANUFACTURERS of the above article have now a com IVl plrte assortment ready for the Spring trade, which they of fer at reduced prices. Tlwy would lurite the attention of mer chants and dealers to their assortment, to the manufacture of which, they have paid personal attention, and from the increased ^aanlity they are making, can sell tliem lower than before of Also?Guns of their own manufacture, at well as every vari ety of imported Guns and implements, in quantities to suit pur chasers, at exceedingly low prices. ft Jm*m CAMPHENE LAMPS. rPHK SUBSCRIBER offers for sale to dealers and others, in A lane* or small quantities, the celebrated Doric sod other Camphene Lamps, of the best manufacture, which will be sold low for cash to close an assignment. mhl21w*m W. T. BuYCE, lot Greene St., in the rear. FRENCH CHINA. AND GLASS WARE. FGEKARDIN, Commission Merchant, 1J John street, np ? stairs, has jnst received on consignment,and offers for sale, whotese or retail, a splendid assortment of the above articles, comprising?Plain white and rich fancy decorated Lining Sets: Dessert, Tea and Supper Sets; Toilet Sets; sing'e Cups and Mugs, with mottos; Cologne Bottle Figures; Tete a tete Sets, tic., Icc. Also, plain and rich Cut Glass Decanters, Water Bottles, J>lery^ Bowls, Preserve Dishes, Tumblers, Goblets, Wiues, Astral and Solar Lamp Shades and Globes. (1,7"Orders for Uat Glass Ware Gilding and Painting'on China Ware, to match auy pattern, executed promptly. f*5 lm*rc EK. COLLINS k CO., 51 South street, have on hand, in ? store, which they offer for sale on reasonable terms, viz:? TWINES?200 bales Bridport Seine, Herring, and Gill Net Twines, comprising a full assortment, from 5R to 36 lis.; also, 9 hs. 3 thread Sail Twin*. COPPER?100 cues English Sheathing, manufactured with the greatest care, from the best ore, comprising a full as sortment, from 14 a 32 oa; also, 1 case Braxics, 24x40 in. and 8R oz. COTTON DUCK?200 bales American Pilot Duck, extra qua lily, from No. 1 a 5. SHKAI HING PAPER?50cues and rolls of the celebrated "Poocock" Adhssluve Kelt, for ships' botioins, roofs of houses, fcc. SUGAR?100 hhds. prime N Orleans. HE.VlP?500 bales Miss uri dew rot, superior quility. 27 biles water rot, extra quality. PORK?200 bar els Mess. 200 do Prime. 50 He Clear. GUA^O?50 tons Ichahoe, in bags and barre's. TltBACCO?27 boxes 1 Sweeny fc Lewis,'' manufactured, in9 FRENCH FLINT GLASS WORKS, AT WILLIAMSBUKGH, L. L DEPOT 90 WILLIAM STREET, NEW YORK Mgains. BEHGEK k WALTER, known for a long series of years as extensive manufacturers of Watch-Crystals and Flint Glassware, in the Department Moselle, France, have the houor to iuform Glasa Dealers. Importers of Watches, and furnishing houses generaUy.that they have established a Branch of their Marmlactory in this country; and, in order to fulfil to entire satisfaction all commands that might be addreaaed to them, have eugaged experienced and skilful workmen, both French and English. The beauty of this Glass, the tasteful style of all the articles thev manufacture, as well aa moderate firices, and promptitude in the execution of orderi, will, they ondly hope, secure to theiu a large share of palrouage from American and foreign Houses. N. B ? Customers in tbs habit ol transmitting orders to their house in Paii>,27 Paradis Poissonniere. or their general Depot ol Crystal, 30 Paradis Poissonuiere. Paris, will pirate forward thMii direct to 90 William s'test New York. f!6 lm'ec FRENCH CHINA REMOVED TO MO. 88 LIBERTY STREET, (UP 8TAIR8.) A DALESME, Import!I aid Agent for Maaufaeturers, haj iV. always on hand n large assort.neni of dinner and tea acta. ,a plain white and gilt French Porcelain, aa well aa Dinnar and Dessert l'latea, of all sins, assorted Dishes, Soup Tureens. Covemd Dishes, Bnlad Bowls, Frnit Baskets, Custards aid limailg a so, Faacy Tea Bet, and Rich Decorated Dinner Seta, so. Tea and Chccolnte Wus. Greek, French and American shape. Ail the articles are warm* ted of tbs boat quality, and 10 be ,eld oa liberal larnu, aad in lots to taitfporahaaert. til *???# LASTS, LEATHER AND FINDINGS. HAVING been awarded the Diploma at the late Fair of the American Institute, for the best L .isti, I am prepared to furnish an arcicle of Lasts which cannot be surpassed iu this or any other city in the United Stiles. Hole and Upper Leather of all kinds, Black and Colored Mo rocco and Kid Hkius. with Deer, Goat and Lnmb Skin Bind ings, Hhoe Thread*, Lasting, Galloons Sheetings, Linen aud I.eatVr Linings, Boot Cord and Webs, Bool Trees, Hammers, Piucrs, Awls and Tacks, with a full assortment of Shoe makers Tooli, of tho most approved patterns, ehrap for cash. WARREN H. WlLkEY, , 295 Spring street, between Greenwich and Washington streets. New York. N. B.?The Gr-enwich Line of Htages pass within a block of the store. f*> lm"m NOTICE TO UYk HS?The very an lienor liquid link Co lor, so extensively used now in the dyeing establishment! of France, for sale by HENRY k KAII.N, mil |w*rc 73 Liberty stieet, up stairs. The H, ?orrora off Mlllertuna?Trial of Iorool Ouimon, * report of the trial of a man who if term 17th nit hJ!ir0? M ~Te"in tWa State, commenced the trial Moses Sweat and Seth Lee, Esqs The ua m^Jf.nP.^tIn0,L"?ockin? P?rt?eol?ra, and convinces ahould j 'that ,own ?">d city authoritieii nro??to ?arrMt thMe aenaual and demoralizing proceed,r,,,. They are ae bod aa the worat daya of the arch scoundrel and lunatic, Cochran, who "led silly wo d"V?'.,ed the ^me.UcpeaceofLny a peaceful and respectable family A part of the erldooce we hare omitted, ft b ing to. gris, tor publication m<t!,ani^i0n charged with being a vagabond, a com 1 n I' neglecting to support hia family, I not guilty, and numerous witoeaaee were dl?r So?ur,?!l,he ?'meorthe tri#1- whirh iaated in. ii w,,ne?aee teatified that they saw noth tkfw Sf J*"!. '! '"proper, and othera detailed what they saw-showing that the conduct of priso m , aaaJci,'?? waa abominable. To thla P?1"4 Mr- J- W. E Harrey taatihed that he ? ' 2?d?d 4beir nteetinaa two daya and four even Diamsn i'il meeting la.tetf eight dny. ; have known leaton? nam i. Gammon, White and Hall were I Datnmon sai<1 the tinners were going to hell in DammonwoumV61* hu?iDg and kiaaing each other; would?? n l,y on the floor-4ben JumP ?P i they would frequently go into another room. Dammon has no m.nwrod th?4 1 know of Tb? meeting I l?*ellgious : hare ,een h,m "i4 on the flooi arn" around her. The room they 1 was'to two"? # ck roont; don't know what waa in it; I was in two rooms where there was a fire In the back agains? them ."ne;, ' j),d no hostile feelings w- o Prisoner lived on hia followers, wsa. C. Cboibv, E<q , testified. He was at the meetinr on Saturday night, Irom about 7 to 9 o'clock. There was Under'her'V?ld? h?r Wbo,iay on her back wi'h ? pillow a 'he would occasionally aronae up and ! winm i? ? wb,chshe aaid waa revealed to her. They id^hilr i! ? ,a'kiD? at once, halloing at the top there lt T,L'rme ?!thel? "id ,bere wa8 too mueh . in !?/t Aflur the ceaeation of the noise, Dammon got up the, e who did ??f EtLeint; k" oojnp^'ned of those that came time Dammon f-itfl? ,n ,b* ad?n' doctrine At one ,i fL k?T? f d 4bere were hogs there, not belonging 3ubaeouentirh?P?ddtrd and ,aid' 1 mean youfair subsequently he addressed him again ; said you can'."'f,?Ut ?'ft#Wn ? he a,ared b'm in the face and said I am an honest man, or f could not look you in the faee' lsnc?y?Lmmoneii?dbirat" ?r youcould not look me in the ?ace. Uimmon said i( he was owner of the house he would compel all unbelievers to leave it; they were' sit cee'in1glianii.fl'0anhe Promiscuously, and were ex By ?Pe"? it was the noisiest I ever at tended He had seen them in groups hugging and kiasine XI! .? ?nc? saw Eider Hall with hia boots off, a?d ima^k but did?ni? ho SDd,kiM hig feet ?ue ?irl made a smacK, but did not hit his loot with her lina Hall aaid He that is ashamed of me betore men, Him will 1 be' ashamed of before my father and the holy angels." She than gave his feet a number ot kisses testified that he attended a meeting one e.i ft! ti J' an .4 Dammon was very abusive ; call el all other denomin tiona liars, murderers, Ac. A wo man waa present, who pretended to have visions and who waa blasphemously called the Imitation of Christ ? H?Zan "^tt0, iaf?0la Por4,and- Her name waa Ellen or eo to hefl M?r w"' Wn,odhury aht! muat be baptised. n<>fto!iL^t L' / ^ conrladed to be baptised. A Miss ?? ? . ?aker- ?f Ornngton, figured largely. She told Lambert he was the devil and would go to hell She sub ra?ieTv.H WeS/tfnt0 ,he bed room with a man, whom thej called Eider White, and when they oome out they were nnffho* e J i M iss Baker then went to one Doore I and they bused each other. This nigbt thev went to the water and baptized. The vi.ionUt, ^H.^on, lying thr^D.?aAMVaRo^ te;,tlfl8d 'bat prisoner stood np in not hurt vou "Jilh i t ,Undi here' men nor devils can k? "a b*d known him lor -10 to 30 years and his character was good till recently. 7 ' . faK B Obkeis testified, that in tne meeting he attend wl, he saw men wash women'a leet, Ac. Elder D. was the presiding Elder He saw Dammon kiss Mrs. Osborn. livVonthern Ihlt hii prisoner told him he must kA .h 'bat had proporty-and if God did not come ^ aI1 *010 work together. ' jr u? j,'^fiIlfas,fc''<!red by the deleace was Jas. Ayer I Miss Bake? H? 1 T W-nt into ,he bedro(lm with th.?r i.Mh to i, 14 a? ad?en,i?'. and said it was a pan of their laith to kiss each other?and that they had Bible an thorny for it He admitted that prisoner had no other hb"8,'n?rbaD,'? "/taUd ,lne?,iu*? Dammon admitted he Miu Harmon h^! !' "" wa< ?lad <" ?? He understood Miss Harmon had a vision at Portland, and was travelling through thecountry relating it wavemng hi0"!0?"*' ?,ne0j'h*brethren, affirmed, that pri.oner ?ll ifh' u y HJ8'd uP?n them the neceasity of quitting toihi n oi, k" imJTd that D-'a character was go^d As ugamsHhe 5^0^"?* ^ L?rd and b"?merlng Gsoaoa Woodbcrv affirmed he believed in Miss Har ??ll 7t w.,.^'U"e -h0.??'d bis wile's leeliog*. cor ?JryK p ^ f.h,<' ""pew^on that prisoner kissed his month.' n "? world will come to an end within twe hLo f .'to preaches so. This is the faith of the ?nH R?b?.r".W |M. ' he believed the sisters Harmon and Bakers revelations as much as though thev came r?? ^?d' f',,er Harmon saidte his wife and the girls, il Js d'^ 5.ot do aa ,b? ?anl. they would go to hell His wife and Dammon passed across the fiooron their hands b?oth?r rTam nudlJ K0 int0 "'i*. bedroom. Heard n.' *ay th?. g'n,ot healiDS th? 8'ck lay in the church. Dammon advised us not to work because oier.eS?nfhK? 'l!? 0U? un,il the ead of the world. i.r .fa ?band festifie t to prisoner's good charac to couvene^nare^peopto. 'hat they ?D ,h? ???r Thomas Proctob testified that prisoner confe???H i? Elder Flavcl Bahtlett testified that priaoner did not fellowship with them^'1' BdpUat ChUrch' and was not in nnJ.??f*n K,,,<,ltTa.o? Oarland, testified that he attended tin thl ?JT,?9n " m,'elIr'?" at Girland. He behaved well till the meeting was over, and th.u he fell to kissing and hugging a girf In Garland it is common report that he is a disturber of the peace. F Much other testimony was received, pro and con. of a similar character, and the prisoner opened his detence ? He cited Luke 7, 30; John 13; last chap in Romana Phil in hUdltn, r,he"I fhaP- J 9- Holmes assisted him in his deience. c. L. ohandler and H O. Morrison argu ed the cause lor the Slate. ???wuargu Prisoner again arose and read the ?0th and 126th Psalm. He argued that the day of grace bad gone by; that the be iWT?na redu?,'d' but thit there were too many vet and that the end of thu wotld would come within a week' r u-r^.f.70??' Wa\te?,enct'd ?o ?*n days in the House of i 1 om wh,ch sentence he aptiealed. On ruesday, after the trial was coucluded, and while ! the Court was waning for the counsel to come in nr. hv"mn 8h ^W ,.nr?l aakt'd Pern?i"ion, and sung that hymn, by John Craig, beginning? 8 "While I was down in Egypt's land, I heard my Saviour was at hand; The midnight cry was sounding Am! I wanted to be free. So 1 left my former brethren To sound the jubilee." Thf so scenes are not enacted at Atkinson only, fn this city, we are informed " gross deeds ? are done by one sec tiou of these lanatics, for there are two One worship ping with propriety of conduct, (so far as we know J at ?ton "w'7th1,0lh*r at Pri va'fi houses. The latter hold to the kissing, ' washing esch othei's feet," aban doning work, Ac ; many of these were once respectable ,ato7'iand c?m,or,ably situated. Now by this delusion t.r lni^n r?y air? wall?winK on 'he floor, their cbarac L! 5"" S bruken "P. 'heir daughters oehas. d their minds wild with inssnity. It is indeed a melon' humane "hltll,""1 d??crving the attention of the humane how thia wild fire may be stopped, our youth prevented Irom pollution, those saved who are not yet utterly ruined- and those ruined recovered if it ran be so We commend to the attention of ail public autbori ties, and private citizens, this evil in our midst; and piay succea. may attend their efiorts to abate it, and preveiit M *\3 de,ol"i"ng consequences? Portland Jfrtut Nkw York Lkoiblativs Summary.?In the Se nate, on Friday, petitions were presented for the resumption of work on the Genesee Valley canals, com- j plaining of detention of the passengers and mails at Au barn arid Syracuse, and the appointment of a railroad : commissioner. Mr Folsom introduced a bill to provide for the safe keeping of ther.abineta of natural history ; si- I so, to incorporate tbe American Agricultural Associa > tion. Mr I'ortcr, a hill concerning the inspectors of flour and meal, pot and pearl aahea, leaf tobacco, and the 1 health officers of the city of New York The hill wsa re ferred to the committee on manufactures, without read ing ; hut we learn that it proceed* upon the principle oi paying the fees into the treasury, and allows a salary of | $1000 a year. Onmotim of Mr Chamberlain, the canal | commissioners were requested to state whether they have , power to protect the works on the unfinished canals, da- ' ring the prr sent year. Adjourned In the House, a large number of petitions were pre ; seated, in teeor not differing from the usual range. An ' unusual number of bills were reported ? among them bills to reduce the rate of interest- to repeal the law ot IS 17 in tela- ton to usary, and to allow ihe swearing of the plaintiff in c.sts where tbe plea is usury? for tbe establishment cf a Lunatic Asylum in Western ' hew York?to incorporate the Brooklyn City Hospital? to amend the charter of the New York Are insurance company, Ac. Among the bills finally pa sed was the hill j to give the people ol t .e several towns the control of li censes ta sell spirituous liquors -and the senate hills to amend the R 8. relative to suits on promissory notes and T>illa sf exchange, in relation to sui'a b don-justices cl the peace This hi ing resolution day, the special order? the constitutional ami ndments - was laid aside, and the house was occupied the remaituL r of the session In con sideling resolutions. Among those adop ed a us one or- , leiing afternoon ussi, its, commencing on Monday next. The subject ol n farring to the Attorney General the in quiry whither the assent ol two thirds was requisite to me passage of the resolutions hefote the House, allowing the Eric railroad to run into Pennsylvania, wsa debated as some length, and finally laid on the table, on motion ot Mr Niven The Senate resolution fixing on the rtth ol April for the adjournment ol the legialatuie, was also the subject of an exmnded debate, which resulted in postpon Ing the consideration ol it to the 1st day of April, by a vote ot 80 to IB. Adjourned. Lon( 1st aMl. (Correspondence of tke N. Y. Hart Id.) Fir* PLtACC, (L I ) March 10. Wild Fowl Shooting on the Southern Bayt of Long Hand-?The South Bay-men? Their Pccxdiur Cha racter?Marine Pavilion?Wreck of the brig Per il mon, of Baltimore?The Nanttlno ? South Bay Songi and Opera Aire. Dear Binnztt You have undoubtedly heard much about duck and goose shooting upon the Southern Bays ot Long Island. Having had not long sinceaome ex perience in that line of business, and thinking with the incidents connected to the excursion,it will be interesting, 1 communicate them to you. At cer tain seasons of the year the above bays are visited by wild fowl in great numbers, and consequently lurnish excellent sport for those who are fond of such amusement. With a friend I set out a few days since for the South Beach on a gunning ex cursion of this kind, in a small skifi with a still northwester. The little craft flew betore it with her tiny sail?"Le feu Fullett" like ? We arrived safely and commenced operations, but the day was unfavorable and our success was rather slim. Having concluded to stay upon the beach that night and be ready tor it in the morn ing, went to a fishing hut styled the " Marine Pa viflion" in opposition, 1 suppose, to the magnificent structure at Rockaway bearing that name. We expected to find it unoccupied, but upon opening the door, we saw that it was occupied by some of the bsyinen sitting before a fine fire. As usual, with this class ot persons, they extended to us a hearty welcome, wishing us to ieel at home iu the " Pavilhon." They were a jolly set of lellows?I never shall forget inem. They (the south bay nun) are a peculiar people and a people much underra led by those who have written concerning them. If yon ask one of them to do you a favor, he will not stop to count the cost, but do it. With a plen ty ol birds, eels and fish arouud him, and a perfect master of his gun, eel epear and dam rake,he is as independent as the day is long. When we entered, a hot debate was on the carpet as to whether it was right to steal. Alter a few minutes it was re sumed, a bsyman who had been an old salt, sneak ing in the affirmative. "I tell you what it is Joel," says he, "it you was as hungry as 1 was once, hang ing on a wreck off Hatteras, you would steal quick enough." I asked him to give us an account ot his shipwreck. He complied, and spoke as follows:? "We sailed from the West India island,Antigua,in the clipper brig Persimon, with a cargo ot rum, bound to New York. We had fine weather for a tew days and then encountered a dreadful gale ; at length tt lulled and the captain ordered me (I was then acting as second mate) to sound the pumps; 1 did so, and found she was leaking fast. We com menced pumping, but it was soon evident the brig must go down. She rolled heavily, and the order was given to cut away the masts. We cut the ahroads, and the next roll they went by the board. And there was that pretty fast sailing brig a diftnasted water-logged hulk, drilling at the mercy of the waves. But she did not sink any deeper than her deck, on account of her cargo. For four days and five nights, we clung to the wreck Ships passed us, but we could make no signal on account of our deck being swept?while every now and then the black fin of a hungry shark would make its appearance upon the water, as though he was impatient for his prey ; and a nautilus sailed by one day, which brought forcibly to my mind, wrecked as we were, some poetry that 1 had seen and learned in some book." He then repeated the following lines by Byron, when describing the dangerous vicissi tudes of a sailor's lite :? The tender Nautilus, who ateers his prow, The sea born aailor of thia shell canoe; The ocean Mab, the faity ol the sea, Seems far less fragile, and alas ! more free, He, when the ligtmirg winged tornadoes sweep The surf, is safe, his pert la iu the deep, And triumphs o'er the armadas of mankind. Which shake tha world, but crumble in the wind. " At last we were discovered and taken from the wreck. I was so weak tha they hoisted me on board. The brig afterwards came on shore upon the const ol North Carolina. ' There, Joel,'said the eld sail, ? I rather think you would have Btole something to eat, if you could then.'" Joel seemed to think it very probable, and there the matter ended. They then commenced singing their bay 3ongs, and after they had sung awhile, mv friend thought he would give them a touch ot the " Bo hemian Girl," ar.d sang for them " I dreamt that 1 dwelt in marble halls," very prettily. Wishing to know how they were pleased with an opera air, I asked, and Joel said it went pretty fair, but it wan not equal to their songs. We then turned in, and passed a quiet night, with the exception ot being disturbed tor a short time by a beach grimalkin, that made its entrance and exit through the chim ney. After gunning awhile in the morning, we launched our nut shell of a boat, raised its tiny sail, and soon reached the shore of Long Island, well pleased with our excursion. Yours, vary respectfully. Radical. Varieties. During the thiee rears' cruiseof the Congress, tha has pread our stars and stripes in all four quarters of the globe. It is stated as a singular fact that since the formation of our government, no Speaker ol the House of Representa tives has been absent a whole day from his post It i* stated, that the growing wheat crop of Maryland presents a promising appearance, and unleaa overtaken by disaster, will yield an abundant harvest. The Mahodian Canal, 'eading from the Nile to Alexan dria, Egypt, is ninety iett wide, and forty-eight miles iong ; yet it was completed in six weeks?260,000 men la boring night and day during that period. Troperty in Boston, called the Union Wharf, has been sold to ol gentlemen for $960,000. In Racine, Wisconsin, a flourishing place, there are SIS more males than females. What an interesting place lor the ladies ! The Jersey City Advertiser states the cost of the Hud son County Court House st $10,000. Mr. Worter Thompson, in Jackson county, Michigan, while crossing a imall lake a few days since, fell in and was drowned. His wife, attempting to rescue him, also perished. The Governor and Council, says thefBoston Advertiser, have granted to Peter York a conditional pardon from the sentence of denth, which was passed iupon him in the Supreme Judicial Court, for the muider of James Norton, on condition that he remain a prisoner for life in the state, priaoa , and he wra acsordingly sent to Charlestown for that purpose. Both the Methodist Protestant and Methodist Episcopal Conferences assembled in Baltimore on Wednesday. IlaW L. R. Reese was choaen President of the former, and thV Rev. Bishop Waugh, according to rale, presided et the latter. Bishop Soule was also present. There were a large number of delegatea attending both assemblage*. The Pennsylvania Inquirer aaya that 34 of the celebra ted Norris locomotive* have been ordered to be sent to Trieste A large proportion of them have already been shipped, and the others are rapidly progressing The steamers arc taking passengers to Pittsburgh from Cincinnati for one dollar?cheap tor 400 mile* and found. There's nothing like opposi ion. A German named Biard, or Byat. about SS years of ages committed suicide by shooting himself through the heed with a pistol, on the 8th last, in the tawn of Schodack, Rensselaer county. It ia now reckoned three hundred and two miles to Boston The five c nt postage does not extend beyond 'hree hundred miles. It Is thought that tha use of rail roads and steam will shorten the distance end save post, age To give agricultural editors at the North an idea of our Louisiana climate,we would state that a lot of multicaulia trees in our garden have been In leaf for three or four weeks, tod lor the last few day* we have been feeding silkworms'. Peach trees are now (Feb 33) in blossom, and most of the trees in this region begin to put forth ? eaves ? Planters' Fanner, Franklin, La Stranoi Transformation. The Episcopal Church iu West Troy, on the Albany road, has been purchased by Mr. Dunham, and will he converted into a hotel with a race ground attached. It is also said 'hat a cock pit will form .i part ol the new establishment. But thia can hardly he posaihle. Mr. Dunham is presi lent of the village, and will hardly sanction such a nui sance within his own jurisdiction.?TVoy Whig. Missouri Minks ?We are informed by a gentle man who arrived yesterday from Oalena, on the -learner Now Haven, that theminen had been unusually successful in raising mineral dating the winter, and that here was a very laige amount ol lead on tha landing at Galena ready for shipment The winter had been pleasant irid much less snow had fallen than ha>' been known lor .rveral years past The breaking up of the ice and open ing of navigation is also much earlier than usual.? Si. Lout's Rep , March 4 How ro mark Hritish Saii-ors?According to ihe laws of England, every foreign seaman who, luring a war (in which Great Britain is a party.) shall ?erve two years In any (Britishl man of war. merchant nan, or privateer, is naturalised, ipia facto This i> "ncouragement for an increase of Biitish naval power luring war. VicKsmrau ?The population of Virk-burp, a* .iscertained by a recent census, is:-White males I 8 *t, white females 1,044, slaves 1097, tree blacks 33, to al 3,$00.