Newspaper of The New York Herald, March 18, 1845, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated March 18, 1845 Page 1
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sar?" THE NEW YORK HERALD. V-.NEW YORK. TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 18, 1845. p?.. ' THE NEW YORK HERALD AOORKOATE CIRCULATION THIRTY-FIVE THOUSAND. the greatest in the world. __ To th? Public. ? rilK NEW YORK HERALD?Daily ?r5?!ywKiSV^,3f^2jo*?4r?mk fain?cash in advance- ^ $7 16 par tei am?postages ?''imni-^nce^MYem.MRAI'D~1,,,b,i*1,ed ? BaturdaJ C0PT'orW ?lera.,1 is ??I'l"RTY-Kl v'e THOirg?tSiW0' * *? fast It has the target! eiWMbir]v.i? 9FBAND, and increasing *r >hr world, and. if"thtrt???tT. it.TltSS*!}n citV> wen in the citv or , n\,L, J. o ' channel far hutinttt print!no ?f.? L ?' ,Ce* modw???-=?h in sdvt?" ??l i? Che moir. elejmm sty"*** "the mo,t mod'r,tr P'"? e,??'1AIV'KS GORDON BENNETT "norn.KTca or thk H?aa"n K.T,j, ggg^ggj cargo' "f ?i.l.nn -H ggggjgl "ct^AAl " by''Vl WiuEWto..; to Town-10rt Cil landstre*"' "PP y Hi"' Bt the Commercial Hotel. 73 Court L^r{^^fa,^^i;^ih0^t notice, by applying to jZIn r. . u?? ? n>4 im*m ffll I'ORT'- i^ lliiTrsif UT' au,d "it'wr. of a i"'t ,5 Sir" W,bl1'^ vnMs'si* c unui !?Il?iS3ilIg l^l .th|aJi.lo^d%>ituammWlVh1u1'wf^nnr rMnfpr,hV."bVe KAi^rH "ery rsriety ?f ^Kor^particolan enquire in 23d .treat, (l?t ho,ue east of 3d mhl3 lm-rc S^x^^S^s'S^SSr sSyir* ? ? mnI6 lm*ec 9-jU "-TOR LKASE, in 8t. John's HaU, two Jarre ."dmSXud?M u^of'^c'i^ot \VliZ' 10 ? chmi!'A^u'uta 2 i\ fti,ptoiuKat thB b ir of Uw Hsl'? fr"m jnhIO ln,?rc THOMAS A LYNCH jw. Tn :rLVr^GK^'i' SOCIETIES. ~~ "o-'doct fof1v^-rf if***'?KR'SI w on h?cht; ? * Cll lm*m [^"ory. witiWG P.u ^fBrouu^fiituate'^tflarlem0 on ictorv^a w?v <rhIr?ad'\betWre" 128,b ?"d '29th sts ? fwbv? mh IhLfc o ?t,alu wo ,toiy bricl' building, 40 eei dv zirn with abrick carnage home and engine houar adjoin isvssmenr. n,i,i are regulated and paved, anTall d""SXi ocTup'u'cy.'^hT.ime'wrilte^l,!' a"|d S cheap, or excha. ged fir city pro,Vr?T Thl fSh S time money 0 ,n rerPu'u on bond and mortgage for a long Apply to C. W. VAN VOORH18 or H P McOOWN * u ????. where a map of the propeny can be seen ' _ m bl 2 lm* m ML,f,9 ''K f?Two Store* beautifully iltuated, in the new buildings (uow nearly complete) on the noilhwesterlv BuTdmgMr0adWay 1,111 fWde tUeet O^ter'^lomr fc?.'COnvB,,ient^Baaement. well calculated for an r,?A?^:?Ve:^LC0.,,TW'!?nt. ?tore? in the *econd *tory. initable Merehant J ailors, fashionable Milliners, Dressmaker* &c Tb??e'iiamle,a' ^fuelT,otype? and Exhibition Room* See J hose persons wanting room* of the above dwerintion ? fU^linVrc aUd -IaWi0e tha ?ame" ?"^n'&mUe'!: SsvslsT&Sts,'rsr^S'SSS'SS'SJ * K<?k^^a\LK?4)Ky Tt)?^1'!'1?^/Pjn'tnm.Croton water, *c, , SSsSS? coppered, maliogauy door*, plated ruraiture &c Thf- htfl'l .,?rf jlaira l.aliau marble. Th.i buiidinif i. ,,,..r tke J.!, !i ? witl.out equal a* to ?ituation iu the UnitedStanL hwfll cemmoiitite tiftv or sine -ri,- l- states, it willac 5'WAiif Bro Alyn, ami laid out in I0M BaSdiix^ Lor* ?(i^ie?kl gftggjSt ?*3!i .e ll vme4wood Cemetery. The Lor* will he ffl Sii'f unsjgf 'ssss*- "j n,m-? I biEl?i'he large three atory and attic Brick I welling llonae, situated on the north-easterly corner of ?* Avenue and Thirteenth atrret, with a fine I ij .in. u/l^roton waur, kitchen range*, marble mantels sliding gSS?l'eu5ii't W "" neighborhood. Clow to"5 Al uj?Hoar three *lory and attic Brick Houses, with Store, underneath, on the ea*terly side of Sixth Avenue, between lwelfth and ihirteenth .tieet*, with sliding dooii, mmbl2 in.iuiels, t.toton water, 4tc., suitable for nrspectable families in moderate circumstance* * lauiuie* in A lso-ll'ive three ?tory Brick Houses, of a similar kind on the Avvnne, "nd 0^1^'.^^ Avenue' ^ o?*^?'TiW water'toc!"' W'lh ",arbl' Crown Ail <?1 the above Store* are excellent stands for business and , ??"ihle for drygoods and fancy-goods, ladies' shoe stores feetlouary J?,crtheuWiire' hardwaw, Jewelry, millinery^^-' \ Jl?~ io',Uel'kc' "? {l- W1Nt?k" ?' m rc 1# Wall street. FOR SALE. A BEAUTIFUL HARM, situated m the town of Kaslchester, containing seventy acre* of good tilable and . The House is m (icifect order and convenient ly mas laud. r lv arranged lor a large family, Said Farm 11 divided by the poitioad running to New Kochelle and iMarmarroueck, and nui* down to Kas(Chester Creek, when there it fine bats and i :out nsliing in their season. The out buildings are all in good order, aud there is good s aiding for twelve borsee. 1 )r* whole |>Ure it well waleied and on the premises it a tieautiful Fishpond. I'here aie two church's within aquarter of a mile of said place, end stages pass two's a day by the house, to luteraect the New I nrk and Harlem Railroad at. William's Bridge, whii h is with in tliiec 'milrs of said prealises. Then- it _nn abundance of Km it on on slid premises, which was selected by the present owner w.tli great care. The distance from City Hall, New York, is sc.nt sixteen miles Possession can be had by the 1st ?it April, and auy information concerning said property, can be had on the premises., adioiniug said property, forty acres of first rate Land, with a good Stone Home on it, with Barn and Stabb t connected, possessing tii- same advantages as the above seventy acres. The aid forty acm* will be solll seimrately, or the harms to gether, (making in all 110 acres) to suit ihe purchas-r. Apply to J. W.J v.N e, WAY, No. 12 City Hall Place, or to ISAAC ANDEKHON, on the premises, or to fej I m ? re \VM. H. HICKS, No. 20 Wall street. orgm A SCTKRIOR FARM FOR 9ALK-Consistieg of iKMklM aeies, iucluding a suitable quantity of conveniently amB?.situat<il salt inradow, being the northerly part of titrat ion's Nick, about 1 !4 miles from Flushing landing:, and half a nnle Irom college Point lauding, aud bordning for some dis taneeon r lushing Bav, embracing most desirable locations lor country seats with wmer priviliges. It has ou ita large coitage hois e, a leu,ml lumae, large barn, Ike , a .good lauding place, and in appl" orchard producing about 31,'0 nariols ol apples an nually. I', is nutiiuaily will watered, aud has se.irai lliiug springs of (he best quality near the dwelling Upwards nf 40 acies am laid down in mowing ground and will cut about 80 tuns of h\y this year, and 5 acres are covered with thrifty lo cuit trres. Pin-whole luemiais are of the richest natural soil, 5 Jiff I f it running no mantite, and none of it inure than one louith of the usual quautity to produce the finest crops. J he dr. ft tndgoig on theprrm ??i w th the salt grass, is snlficient to m Jin re tin' whole. For terms aud other funiculars, inquire of I LAI t 81 HA 1' 1 ()N, Klushiug, Long islauO, or of O H. WINTER, t6 Wallstriet. Niw Voik. N. 1!.?Ihe ahlive barm will lie exchanged for jaoiierly in the city ol New York, or SO per eeut may remain on mortgage. mul4 2w*ec ijt FOR BACK?A *p eudid, superior, and ve y valuable FARM ol 10b acres, rich land, a haudiome House, eicel lent fauces and oiitbuildiugs, mills aud machinery for Iidiug, the., about Hi CO choice Peach Trees, aud a va -*w ing, griodit ri tv ol other fiuit*, 3>? miles Irom Morristnwu, in New Jer sey, ami hours ride Irom New Yoik; a healthy aud delight ful Siiiisliou Price fBUOU; half can remain on it, or will be ei chaug d m part for city P(.>Perty. Coat over til,DUO. Also, 80 acres, with new Cottage, Barns, Fences, lie : about 1000 I'asch Trees; adjoining the above Price Unco For full particulate apply to D. F.LSTON, 45 Atlantic street, BouUl Brooklyn. $1400 or $200(1 on a House and Lot in the ctty of Brooklyn, wanted, at 7 per cent Ample security. Apply immediately to D. r.LsTON,55 Atlantic stieet, nihil lin'ec Mouth Brooklyn. 7T~e A t UUNTItY kKHIUe.NCF-. FOR HALF.?Situated t,,wn of relham, Wesicnesier County, bordering ou ?Jkfc.!he village ol Last Chester, ati.i lit IK miles from New \ oik, containing 10 acres of laiid--'ill acres wood land, the balance M icrts u in a high at >te of cultiiatiou, with fruit tnea of til kindt in abundance. There are two good Dwelling Houses ou it, recently built, together with a large ham, atoue hen hou-e, Com rib, Sic. J be place is beautifully situated, cominandiug a new ol ihc Sound and surioan ling country. It will be sold low or exchanged lor improved city property. For farther per ilart apply nt #8 West street, between Ca ' ' Mcnltri apply at #8 West street, between Carlisle and Rector strecii. Mso, 11 Lota of tiroaad, 25 by 100. on the eaaterly tide of the li b .avenue, between 87th ann 88th air eta. flu im'-c TO LET. AT FORDHAM. YVK8TCHF.8TKR CO., N. Y. A LARGE and coiiyenient Cottage, formerly occupied DV I'liot. Bastl'ord, with a Garden, and F'ruil Trees of nam' very dfsr.rli lion, adjoining?situated within two or three hundred yards of St. John's College. The New York and liar I- m Railroad Carsruu to and from New York ait tunes a day. Apply at 179 Pearl street, New York. fli lm*rc SHAKSPEARE hotel. CORNER OF WILLIAM St DUANE STREETS, N Y. a THE subscriber respectfully informs the public that he liai leased the abore establishment, and ia now pre pared to accommodate them with Board and Lodging, on very moderate terrni. It has been pat in the most thorough and complete repair, painted and refund with additional new furniture, and he will not, as usual, say whit he iutends to do, but solicits the travelliug community to visit and give him a trial, and judge for themse.lyes, that the establishment under his management is deserving the patronaite of the public. The la 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 91 p-r day?per week in proportion. The subscriber beirs to call the attention of parti's that the Assembly Roi m will be to let to those giving Balls and Con certs for the r-maining part of the season, and that the room will shoidy he put in complete repair, and fitted up iu a magni ficent style He further calls the attention of the professional Keutlemeu ofth- law. that his room for arhiTators aud referees as undergone alteration, and that he is ready to accommodate them on reasonable terms?which will bo seen by his regula tion of room hire. N.B ?A select number of permaueut boarders will bo taken ou very moderate terms. ir.6 2w*ric MINORD 8. THRESHER. NEW YORK HOTEL, 7JI1 Broartwsiy, New York City. ''PHIS new aud splendid establishment opened ou the 1st of A December last, situated iu the most fashionable quarter of the city, is uow in full operation. 'I he entire frout oa Broad way, between Washington and Waverley Places, has been ar ranged iu suits of apartments, and furnished in the most tasteful oiidelegaut manner for the accommodation of families and sin gle gentlemen, and no pains will be spared to render the most perfect satisfaction to all who may favor the house with their patrourge. It will be couducted on the Kuroyeaa an J Ameri can systems combiued, leaving it optional with persons to take ?teals at Table d'Hote, in private parlors, or a la carta, as may suit their convenience The locaticn of the house, the great number of large and beautiful parlors, the spacious and airr halls, render it a most desirable residence for those visitiug the city either on business or pleasure J. H. BlLLINUS, Proprietor. m8 lm*m B. MONNOT, Restaurateur. NATIONAL HOTEL, No. 5 Courtlandt street and 87 Liberty street. NEW YORK. Three Doors from Broadway.' fPHIS NEW HOTEL will be opened ou tne 20th inst, wheu A the Proprietors will be happy to accommodate their friends aud the public with board. 1 he Lodging Rooms are large and airy, and ihe internal arrangements snch as oannot fail to please. The locetiou being in the centre of business, it offers induce ments to merchants from other cities and the country, not sur pas*ed by any other House in this city. The Furniture, Beds aud Bedding, are all new aud made ex pressly for this establishment. Families who wish Parlors and Sleeping Rooms Ut.ached.can be tandsnmely accommodated. The subscribers assure their friends and the'public, that do efforts on their part shall be wanting to secure the comfort and convenience of their guests, and r hile they solicit a share of their patronage, they hope, by unceasing attention, to the duties of their vocation, to give en tire satisfaction. CHARLES WYCKOFF It CO. f'7 .m*rc WILSON'S HOTEL AND DINING ROOMS, No. 5 Gold street, New York. H(late the Caledonia). ENRY WILSON (of Brooklyn) begs to inform his friends and the public generally, that he will open the abnve named establishment on MONDAY, the 10th of March, 1845. The house has been thoroughly repaired and newly furnished in every department, and the very best of every description t f liquors, cigars wines, domestic and imported ales and porte, will be provided. An Ordinary will be served up every day frnm 1 to 3 o'clock P. M.; and Refreshments will De furnished at any hour during the day and evening. f28 lmje ST. GEORGE HOTEL No. 01 Broadway, New York. (Next Block below Trinity Church, and near Wall street.) rPHE subscribers, lessees and proprietors of the above well A known establishment, liaving recently taken it for a term of years, flatter themselves, that they are now ready to meet the w ishes of their friends and patrons by sup^dyiii? them with every comfort and convenience which a place fike this can possibly 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 domestios are attentive, respectful and obedient?the ta ble abundantly supplied with all the substantial! and luxuries of good living?the cellar contains an ample store of the choicest 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 aud 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 endeavonug to please, although they do not preteud 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 dasamiointment; and, that, those who go away shall not experi ence dissatisfaction. JOHN H. MORE, PETER TYLER. New York, Feb. 1, 1845. f4 lm?rtc SARACEN'S HEAD. Ne. 12 Dey street, (adjoining the Franklin Hotel.) TOBEPH SMITH, late of Worcester, England, begs leave ?* most respectfully to inform hit friends and the public, that he has leased ihe ahnve establishment, and fitted it up ill a style second to none. H- has a'so taken care to provide the Creature comforts for the inward man. At 11 o'clock there will alwavs be a sandwich ready, and at any time during the day the following articles v ill be prepared end served up in a style suitable to the pilate of the most fasti dious epicure:? Beef Steaks?Mutton Chops?Veal Cutlete?Broiled Ham and Eggs?krizxled Bacon? Welsh lUrebits?Poached Eggs? Sardiues?Ci Id Cuts?Cream Cheese. J. S. will at all limes keep on hand the choicest Wines and Spirits, selected with that teste peculiar to an old and experienc ed wine-bibber; Bottled Porter, Ci<ler, and a tparkling^glaas of Albany Ale, accompanied with a pure Havana, all of w hich will ba served ou suchterms aud prices as will square w.lh the times. mh9 4w cow'ec HOBE'S PATENT EXTENSION DINING TABLES, WITH METALLIC SLIDES, long known as the most durable, convenient and elegant of Extension Tables manu factured; warranted to run easy constantly, and not to be affected by dimpness or warping of the wood. A large assort ment of choice patterns, suited lor private parlor*, hotels,steam boats, ttc., together with a geueral asso-tment of Cabinet Fur niture, always on hand, at the Warerooms, NoMO Grand street, corner of Elm, where the public is respectfully invited to null and examine. mrt lm*rc DAGUERREOTYPE. JOHN ROACH, Optici'u, 82 Nassau street. New York, ?? " constantly manufacturing, and has always on baud, all ar ticles of the best quality used in the Daguerreotype process.? His Triple Compound of Bromine is a superior preparation, and is do w in general use. He has also on hand the Hungarian or i ierman Accelerating Liquor. Cameras of his own manufacture as well as French and Oer man ones. The German Cameras told at this establishment will be warranted genuine. Orders from the coun'ry for any articles used in the art will be promptly aud ear-fully attended to. m6 lm*rrc DAGUERREOTYPE GENERAL FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT, EXCHANGE BUILDING, PHILADELPHIA. THE SUBSCRIBERS beg leave to inform the Daguerreotype Artists, that they have considerably enlarged their connec tions throughout the Union, the West Indies, South America and Europe. They have nlao madear.-augemculs to be supplied with every new article used iu the Daguerreotype Art. They have lately received a large supply of volftlaendeTs celebrated Cameras, consisting of three different sixes, for the sale of which they are appointed Agents. Also, a supply of best Plates and Chemicals, either lor Daguerreotype or Calotype, made to their eeiiecial order. Cases ofall sizes, the best Polishing Substances, and every other article uwd for the Daguerreotype, constantly on hand. 1. -ir long connection with the Daguer reotype Art and their sure is iu Liking pictures, may serve as a recommendation and return a. Daguerreotype Artists, by ordering articles from any pa.I of the above named countries, may dep*ud upon a prompt am* satisfactory execution of their Their prices are cash. Trices Current aud information may be obtained by addressing (jK>st-paid) H. Ik F LANOENHEIM, 111 lra*ec Exchange Building, Philadelphia. JONES'S COMMERCIAL ACADEMY, INITIATORY COUNTING ROOM, '44 7 Broadway, corner of Murray st, 'PUB obieclof this Institution is to impart thorough instruction A ill Bnok-Keepiug. Peumuisliip and Commercial Arithme tic. and qualify Gentlemen for practical duties of ths dssk. Private instruction it given if required 1C/-"" Membera of the Mercantile Librarv Association are re quested to apply to I he Librarian at Clinton Hall, who will Inrniih tuckets of admission under the arrangement made with the Committee. References may be had at the Academy to Bookkeepers, Merchants and Clerks, who have been students during the last nine veers. <Sy For sale, Jonee's Principles ana Practice of Bookkeeping, " ademie 8vo., price 12s. This work is adopted in the Academic Institutions in this couutrr. It is also repnblished in England and extensively introduced there. fJ6 lmeod'ec MRiv 8WORD EAERGiSc.. _ HAMILTON, haring entered iulo an arrangement with MR. FULLKU. for the use of the Large Room of his Oymnatinm, No. 29 Ann street, and also the Military Hall, Bowery, most respectfully auuounces to the public that he in tends commencing a Class for the Sword fCierciee, in all its brnnchet?American and French, soAi as Small and Broad Sword Kxercise, and also Cane Mr. H. has been for several years engaged as Teacher of the Sword in the L'nited States Army. . N. II.?Volunteer Companies wishing to become perfect in either Musket or Artillery Drill, ceu be taught the same on the most moderate terms, by application to the advertiser, SI Ann street, to Capt. Smith, Military Hall, or Mr. Fuller. f!5 I in m DR. GARDNER, CONSULTING ENGINEER A CARD.?'TV Public is informed, that Dr. LAKDNKU continues the practice of business as a Consulting F.ugi gineer, wnieh he followed ou an extensive scale for many year in K.pglaud and France. Inventors, patentees, manufacturers, merchants, and others rngaged in the arts and manufactures, may consult him on matins requiring the application of the principle* ol practical science. Certificates and opinions on the validity sqd usefulness of new inventions and processes in the arm. Reports on dispnted questions and donbtfnl |>oints, ex perimental investigations, with a view to the discovery or test ing qi improved processed, will be supplied or undertaken when sniniretT " " " ainireu. Office No 21 Spruce strest, New For* All Business Letters must he post-paid, ami to prevent tune bring lost by frivolous applications, all applicants will be ex pected to pay a retaining fee of 910 before consults'ion i, at! tinre U/ATCHK8 !? WATCH K? AND J B W BLR V.?Those . who wish to purchase Hold or Silver Watches, Gold Chains, Gold Pencils. Keys, Ike., will find it greatly to their advantage to call on the subscriber, who is selliug all descrip tions or the above at retail much lower than any other house in the city. Gold Watches at low as 920 and 926 each. Watches and Jewelry exchanged or bought. AJl Watche* war ranted to keep goed time or the money reminded. W atehea, sad Jewelry repaired in the best manner and warranted, ?t much leas than the usual prices. G. C. ALLBN, Importer of W mf lm*m Wholesalennd retail. Wstches and Jewelry, 30 Wall St., UP stairs. WINDOW cHADE DEPOT, No. 7 Spruce street, N Y. 'PHIS IS theionlymanufactory of any extent in the United X States. 1 lie subscribers 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 Kuroi e and this country on hand: works of art and taste only are got up at this establishment. We being both pro fessional artists, and well experienced, we profess to give satis fiction when favored with orders. mh9lm?ec BARTOL It DK MAURY. tJUOAH?100 hhds Prime New Uileans Sugar, for sale in lot > tosnit, by K. K. CGLLITSfJ A CO., v* Hontb streat UARDWAKK CAPBH?100 reams Dnnuel'ssuperior Hard XX ware Paper, for sale by rah 11 PERJEMB It BROOKS, 66 and 17 Nassau st. HATS?SPRING FASHION. J. M. T10E & CO. No. 9 Bowery, New York. Cm ARE now ready to supply their cmtomen with their ? u?_? _ ?r u.?. ...l. :_u i ? f ; ^ iijpring Style of Hate, which are ei|uai, if uot superior, in point of elegance, durability, and economy, to thoae sold at any other atore in thia city. inB lm*m NEW FASHION BROWN 8t GO 'S ONE PRICE STORE, 178 Chst shain square, corner of Mott street. Imitat on Beaver and _ lole Skin Hats, of th* Spring Faahion, for the low filed price of S3. A large assortment or Caps, aome new pattern a, much admired, aold at moderate pricea, wholeaale and retail, mil lm*m SPRING FASHION. r? WM. BANTA, No. 130 Chatham atrret, (opposite J^^Chatham Theare,) and 91 Canal street correr of Wooater atreet, offers for sale and'insriection, a large aasirtmeut of Hata and (laps, of the Spring Fashions. at extremely low pri. ea, viz: Nutria Kur Hata, $3: Superfine Moleskin 8illc| Hats, $3; Fine Silk Hata, $2,60. Also, a full aaaurtment of Caps, at the lowest city pricea. mhl4 lm*ec ?1A DOLLAR SAVED IS A DOLLAR E\RNElh" n GENTLEMEN who make it a rule to lay out J^?their money to the beat advantage, are respectfullyJph notified that they can purchase Hats and Cap? at ROBERTSON'S PHOENIX HAT AND CAP ESTABLISHMENT, No. 103 Fulton atreet, eaat aide of Broadway, much cheaper than at any other place iu the city. An inflexible adherence to tneavatemof larite sales, small profits, and cuh on delivery, enables the proprietor to offer the different articles iu his line, at the following reduced rates : HAT8. First quality Nutria Fur $3 SO Second " " 3 00 Moleskin 2 SO CAPS.! First quality mens' and boys $1 SO Second " 1 00 Third " " . ... 75 These articles are not only quite equal, but in some resperts (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 show a deduction ol $1 to Si SO oil customary prices. All Hats warranted of the most fashionable ~ ' pattern*. Broadway pa N.II.?The proprietor's eitensive arrangements enable him to who" offer very advantageous bargains to wholesale dealers and country merchants. m6 lm*m TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS-BOOTS AND SHOES. E. JOHNSON (late Wilson & Johnson) has jtSi ton hand, iu store H2lhathain street, directly !opposite the theatre, one of the best assorted stocks ol* ' Boots and Shoes that can be had iu the city. Oeut* Kip, calf. Grain aud Seal, Thick and Thiu Soled Boots and Shoes, peg'd aud sewed, from the Eastern manufact ries;, Ladies' (Jailers, Buskins, Ties, Slips, 8tc., of every description A grea'er variety of Children's shoes than any other store in this city. Gentlemen's line Gaiters, twenty different kinds. Gents Buckskin Shoes, Sportsmen's, Fishermen's and Seamen's Boots. Store open till 10 o'clock in the evening, giving country mer chants an opportunity of examining the goods at their leisure. mh!4 lm*rc DISBllOW'S RIDING SCHOOL., Ne. 408 BOWERY, Ncsr Astor snd La Faykttk Places, New Yobs. M R. D. has the honor to anuounce that hit School is open J-vl. Day audvEveuing, for Equestrian Tuition aud Exercise Riding. TERMS: LECTURR LESSORS. EXERCISE RIDIISU. I Month 512 04 20 Rides 10 00 10 " 6 00 Single Hides 75 16 Lessons $15 00 10 " 10 00 4 " i 00 Single Lessons 1 00 Road " 2 50 N. B.?Highly trained and quiet Horses, for the Road or Parade, to let. r.vgmxa class. 12 Lessons $9 00 I 20 Ki.les $10 00 Single " 1 00 Single Hide 75 RULES: 1.?All Lessons or Rides |<nid for on commencing. 2.?One hour allowed on each Lesson or Kola in the School. 3.?One hour and a half to a Lesson on t lie liond. 4.?Hours for Ladies, from 9 A. M. to > I' iVI. 5.?Hours for Gentlemen, from 3 to 5, nod from 7 to 9>ji P. M 6.?No Gentlemen admitted during ttse hours appropriated to Ladies. A card of address is requested previous to commencing. BT^"Gentlemen keeping their horses at this establishment, w il have the privilege of riding them in the School gratis. (13 lm*rc H. E. WILLARD, AUCTION GENERAL AGENCY AND COMMISSION MERCHANT. Office No. 116 Nassau street, first floor. New 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 iu oil cases as soon as the goods are sold and delivered. Manufac turers aud traders can always have accommodation advances on goods for private sale. m2 lm'ec ?NOTICE DUBL1C NOTICE is hereby given, that the Commissioners I authorized to receive subscriptions to tl the capital stock of "The Goshen and Albany Kail Road Company," will open books to receive such subscriptions, on the 28rh day of March next, at Goshen, in the County of Orange; aud ou the 31st, at i Merchants' Bank, in the city of New \ ork. Dated New York, kebiunry 2(lth. i845. JACOB T. WALDEN, JOHN J. PALMER. JOHN TOWNSEND, SHOMA8 W. OLCOTT, OBERT L. PELL, LM. H. BUTLER, ft! Itaw4w2tis 2tos*ec Commissioners. OFFICE OF JEFFERSON INSURANCE CO., t NEW YORK, Feb. 3, 184S. ) A T an Election held this day for Directors of this Institution, u for the ensuing year, the following gentlemen were elected such Directors: Thomas W. Thome, Klisha Kings, "alter, Thomas T. Woodruff, Anson Bal B. K. Kobsop, M. D., Joseph Drake, Thomson Price, Joseph Allen, Moses Tuck; r, James E. Holmes, John R. Uivison, John P. Moore, Jonn H. Lee, Win, K. Thorn, Caleb C. Tunis, Thomas Morrell, Francis P. Sage, Eugene Bogart, I .1. H t ' Mah.IS I) ..Lm, Qm.sL John 0. Merrilt, Robert Smith. At a subsequent meeting of the Board THOMAS W. THORNE, F'.sq., was unanimously re-elected President, ftec GEO. T. HOPF.. Secretary. SIX BARREL SELF-COCKING AND REVOLVING PISTOLS BLUNT & SYMS, No. 44 Chatham atreet, ]\ff ANUFACTUREK8 of the above article have nowa cam plete assortment ready for the Spring trade, which they of fer at reduced prices. They would invite the atteutiou of mer chants and dealers to their assortment, to the mannfacture of which, they hate paid personal attention, and from the increased jyiantity they are making, can sell them lower than before of Also?Guns of their own mannfacture, as well as every van ety of imported Guus and implements, in quantities to snit pur chasers, at exceedingly low prices. ft Jm * in CAMPHENE LAMPS. THK 8UBSCRIBER offers Tor sale to dealer* and other*, in J- large or small quantities, the celebrated Doric and other Camphrue Lamp*, of the beat manufacture, which will be sold lo w for cash to close an assignment. tnhlS lw*m W. T. BO YCK, 108 Green* st., in the rear. F FRENCH CHINA ANI) GLASS WARE. GERARDIN, Commission Merchant, IS John street, np stain, 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 Sets; Dessert, Tea and Supper Sets; Toilet Sets; sing'e Caps and Mugs, with motto*; Cologne Bottle Figures; Tete atete Sen, lie., lie. Also, plain and rich Cnt Glass Decanters. Water Bottles, Celery Bowls, Preserve Dishes, Tumblers, Goblets, Wines, he., he. Astral and Solar Lamp Shades and Globes. Orders for Cnt Glass Ware Gilding and Paintinglon China Ware, to match any pattern, exeevted promptly. fSi lm*rc E K. COLLINS h CO., 5 > South street, have on hand, in store, which they offer for sale on reasonable terms, vis:? TWINES?200 bales Biidport Seine, Herring, and Gill Net Twines, compiising a full assortment, from 5K to 36 ha.; also, 9 hs. 3 thread Bail Twin*. COPPER?100 caaea English Sheathing, manufactured with the grnateat care, from the beat ore, comprising a full as sortment, from 14 a 32 oz; also, 1 case Brazieis, 24x48 in. and IK oz. COTTON DUCK?900 bales American Pilot Duck, extra qua lity. from No. I a 5. SHEATHING PAPER? 50 caset and rolls of the celebrated "Poocock" Adheslure Kelt, for ships' bottoms, roofs Of housea, he. SUGAR?100 hhda. prime N Orleans. HEMP?400 bales Miss nri dew rot, superior quality. 27 bales water rot, extra quality. PORK-200 banela Meaa. 200 do Prime. 00 "'o Clear. GUANO?50 tona Icliahoe, in bags and barrels. TOBACCO?17 boxes ''Sweeny h Lewis,'' manufactured. mO FRENCH FLINT GLASS WORKS, AT WILLIAM8BUHOH, L. I. DEPOT w WILLIAM STREET, NEW YORK Messes. BKROER Ik WALTER, known for a long series of years as extensive manufacturers of Wateh-Crynals and Klint. Glassware, in the Department Moselle, Ki uicr, lisvr the honor to inform Glass Dealers. Importers of Watches, and furnishing houses general!) .that they have established a Branch of their Maim factory in this country; and, in order to fulfil to entire aatisfaetion ml commands tlmt might lie addressed to them, have engage,) experienced and skilful workmen, both French and English. The beanty of this Glass, the taatefnl style of all the nicies they manufacture, as well a* moCerate prices, and promptitude in ihe execution of orders, will, they fondly hope, secure to theiu a Isirgr share of patronage from American and foreign Houses. N. B.?Customers in the habit ol transmitting orders to their house in Paiii,27 Paradis I'oissonniere, or their general Depot ol Crystal, 30 Paradis Poissountere, Paris, will please forward th- in dire, t lo 90 William snr-i New York. fill lm?ee FRENCH CHINA. REMOVED TO WO 06 LIBERTY STREET, (UP STAIRS.) A DALESME, Importer and Agent for Manot'.ciurers, his ? always < /*-? always on hand a large assortment cf dinner and tee sets, in plain white and gilt Fret eh Porcelain, as well as Dinner ar.a Dessert Plates, of all sises, assorted Dishes, Soup I'ureeas. Covemd Dishes, Salad Bowls, Fmit Baskets, Custards ij.f Stands. Also, Farcy Ten Sets, and Rich Decorated Dinner Sets. Also, 1 a* and Chocolate Ware, Greek, French and Amerieaa shape ft" ?** wsrranUHl of the beat gaality, and id be

?old on liberal tsrma, and in lots to ssiOsuachasera., all sm-ae LASTS, LEATHER AND FINDINGS. AV ING been awarded the Diploma at the late Fair of the American Institute, for the heat Lasts, I am prepared to furnish an article of Lasts which cannot be snipnaaed in thia or any other city in the United Huum. Hole *nd Upper Leather of all kinda, Black and Colored Mo H rocco and Kid Skins, with Deer, Goat and Lamb Skin Bind ings. Hlioe Threads, Lasting* Galleons Sheetings, Linen and tugs, oiiqs Mir?. ', vraueons, nnertings, and Leather 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. WILKKY, 295 spring street, betweeu Greenwich and Washington streets, New York. N. B.?The Greenwich Line of Stages pass wnhin a block of thestore. 120 lm*m MOTICK TO DYERS?The very superior liquid Pink Co Lv lor, so estensirely used now in the dyeing establishmenis of France.for salefby m HENRY It KAHN. . mil lw'rn TS Liberty street, np stairs. Court of Oyer and Terminer. Before Judge Edmonds aDd Alderman Winship and Dickersou. Mabch 17?This Court opened the March Term this day, when Judge Edmonds madn his first appearance upon the Bench. The Court has undergone a thorough repair, and has been reconstructed. The Reporters have been well accommodated, and are located in the imme diate vicinity ol the Bench,whore formerly was fixed the Clerk's desk, which hai been removed to the left of the Bench. There was a large crowd in attendance It was expected by the members of the Bur.that Judge Edmonds would make an opening address; but immediately on ta king his sent, he proceeded promptly to business. en called. The Grand Jury were then called, and those who did not answer were fined $-it> each. The Grand Jury were then discharged until Monday next? wheu the Clerk pro ceeded to swear the petit jury; sev ral were excused from serving on showing proper cause A poor cartman was amongst the number, who pleaded his business en gageinenta in excuse, and stated he had no other means ol support for his lamily, who would be injared if he wa. compelled to serve This is uno'her instance among the numerous abuses thst exist in the jury system in this city, wbich have been so repeatedly pointed out, und loudly call lor the introduction of the pay system. After some routine business was disposed ol, The Court said?The gentlemen of the Bar who can not find chairs, will bring tht m themselves, as the Com mon Council have given us out a very small supply; so gentlemen, you will have the goodness to supply your own chairs. (This snnouncement caused some laughter among the wags iu Court.) M. C. I'at krson, I). A., appeared on the part of the pro secution in the case of Andrew Kiem, who stands indict ed for the murder of the unfortunate woman in the 9tb ward, by burning her up, and inflicting a wound on her person, iu December last. The Court in the interim took occasion to announce, far the inform,ttion of the har, that it was its in'eution to proceed and dispose of the criminal calendar before taking up civil cases. Mary Bodine's caso was fixed for Thurs day. It was also the intention to pass over, should it. meet the approbation ol the har, all cases which, when called iu their order upon the calendar, were not ready for trial, through the neglect ol counsel on either Ride that is, the case should lose its place, if passed ovev through want of cave. Andrew Ki.em, (is ho is a Dutchman.) was then put for ward He has been already arraigned at the last tei m of the court. A more miserable looking object scarcely ever appeared before a court. His aspect is sullen and repulsive, with a deep scow 1 perpetually playing about the brow, he be trays all the appearance of a lunatic. He was badly dressed, and is of the lowest class of laborers. The Court questioned him. anJ asked it he had counsel employed, to which he replied?" Ob, yes; no, I don'r want any." Mr. Shepherd, on part ol the prisoner, stated it was th< intention on part of the defence to plead insanity; anu they, therefore, would apply for a commission de lumatir.o inquirtndo Court?The better way would be to determine this througa medical testimony before the jury. Mr Paterson opposed the mode of testing the question, in relation to the prisoner'sSalleged) insanity in the man ner suggest* d by Mr. Shepherd, when, Mr. Bensuict, on the part ol prisoner, cited the statute, which debars the right of the ]public prosecutor to place a parly on trial who was a lunatic. Tney contended that the prisoner here was oue, and they were bound to deter mine on this question first, before they put him upon bis trial. The further hearing of the case was set down for thii forenoon, when the trial it is expected will proceed. The court adjourned ever, and the prisoner was withdrawn in sustoay. Superior Court. Before a Full Bench. March 17 - Decisions? Susan Ledyard vi Jacob Jicktr. Defendant in this case is allowed ten days to apply tor a writ of error. , David Goodrich vs. the Mayor, fc.?Ju Igment re versed. I Ebe.nezcr Welsh ft als. vs. John C. Morrison?Judgment j affirmed. Abraham Godfrey plaintiff in error, vs. David O- Caf- j k ns et ah defendants in error?Judgment reversed. John Reed, plaintiff in error, vs. Edward McKinnty, de- < fendant in error?Judgment reversed. F.lihu L. Tucker, plaintiff in error, vs Charles Oakley, defendant in error.?Judgment affirmed. Cornelius C Colgate et als plaintiffs in error, vs Robert McMurray, defendant in error.?Juogment affirmed. George L. Crack defendant in error, vs. Margaret Wor themans, defendant in error ? - Judgment affirmed. George p onset vs. Frederick Vullee?Motion for new trial granted, unless defendant assents to plain tiff's enter >ng judgment for balance in his bauds. Jltexander H. Chase vs. Nicholas T. Heydinger??New trial granted ; judgment on demuner for the defendant, with liberty to pla-ntiff to amend on payment of costs, within trn days notice uf th s rule. Thomas V Young vs. Ransom Smith.?Judgment for plaintiff Charles N. MiUs vs. Susan Day.?Motion far new trial denied, unless defendant files un affidavit of merits, in which case new tiial ordered on payment of costs. Wellington Jl Carter vs. John R. Wheeler.?Judgment for plaintiff, and motion for new trial denied. Daniel Flock vs. George W Thresher, et al ?Judgment for plaintiff, and motion for new trial denied Washington Morton vs. Jesse D. Price ?Judgment for plaintiff, and new trial denied. Common Plesuu The March term of this Court commenced yesterday. No jury cases being ready, the Court adjourned over to this forenoon. In Chambers Before Judge Oakley. Henry Lenon, in his :10th year now, enlisted on hoard of the North Cnrolina.wa* brought up on a writ of habeas carjius, issued by hia attorney, Peter Mulvey. The wit ness, who was the petitioner, swore that himsc t was in his 24'h year, and that he remembered Lenon, whilst he the ?lid Lenou, was on his mother's breast. The Judge thought the testimony vague, as the witness was only three years older thaaLauan, aad ordered that Lenon should be detained until more satisfactory testimony would be produced on the part of the petitioner. Peter Mulvey, Esq , for petitioner ; J. Barrett, Esq., for U. 8. Court Calendar?This day. Com .on Pleas.-Nos. 11, 13, 14, 16, 17, 18, 19, 30,21, 93, 33. Kingston, March 14, 1846. Manor Difficultiks in Ulster.?I should have written to you before, as I promised,land given vou some account or our difficulties, had I cot waited in hopes that all would probably ho settled soon. As to what has occurred all accounts differ according' to the hopes, interests or leats of the persons giving them. As I before stated, the Sheriff went out with his posse, and alter reaching the residence of H. P. Shulte, in Wood stock, about 3 P.M., which is near where the persons he wished to arrest reside, the men there rested, and JO of the most resolute were selected from the Kingston posse to proceed at 13 at night to secure the person of one Bishop, alias Black Hawk, and two or three others known to he concerned in resisting the Deputy She iff, Schooumaker, in discharge of his duty, disguised and armed, as mentioned in my last. This party was under command ot Dep puty sheriff SchooDmaker, with n proper person for a guide, but were detained until 3 o'clock, and then set out in Indian file. The night was very severe in the moun tains, the hair and clothing ot the men were covered with frost, and the ground with snow to the depth often inch es, and being soft under, made the walking almost impas sablc to men armed as they wore. Still they pressed on with determination, and taking a circuitous routs that they might not be discovered, and wading through swamps and morasses, reached Bishop's house, after a walk of seven miles, about day light. They could And no men and the women appeared to have expected a visit, :.nd said the anti-renters had been waiting for them some time, kc. Leaving the house, they then discovered tracks in the snow leading to the barn, which was searched and na one found j but they trpeked the men iuto a swamp, and there discovert d n box containing " Indian" dresses, and also the identi cal dress worn by " Black Hawk" at the time the deputy waa stopped by him lhe men then prcas cd on the track, and a portion of them, five in number, ha ving become separated from tiro main body by a hill, w ere Bred upon by the party tbey wi re in pursuit of, at about the distance of 800 yards. The shots were fired in succession from rifles, and some bulls passed over the men, and some strurk the ground at their teet. Here the sheriff coming up with the whole of the Saugei ties posse, Afty in number, forbade the pursuit ; but some ot the men, enraged ot briug Bred on, immediately proceed ed to the place. The Indians had Bred horn behind a stone wall on n high hill, and the mark could ho seen in the snow where each had laid, and rested hia rifle on the wall whe.n he fire'. Thie occurred at the foot of the mountain, dnd the persons who fired were afterwards discovered by our mpn on their retuin, ascending the mountain at some distance, and at a great height, looking, as some described tnem, more like cats than men. Krnin the nature ol this country, those accustomed to it can defy pursuit, and can only be arrested by atratagem. These men, as was ascertained since, passed to Delaware county. This oc curred on Wednesday morning. The sheriffThen dismis sed the Saugerties posse, and on Thursday night r? turned with one halt of the men irom Kingston, leaving the ba lance uuder deputy Scboonmakor. Cooper, the keeper of the public house, who is suspected ol being a ringleader, was brought down by the sheriff, under arrest, and is still dttained. I have Just heard that there has been a large assemblage of Indians in the town ol Olive, for the puipose of arrest ing deputy Dakiu, who was stationed in Innt town with 3ft men ; but he left for Woodstock before they came up Their number was from HA to 100, and they came trom Delaware county on horseback to assist their friends in this county. This merniiia! about 40 men were sent out by the, but 1 am satisfied nothing can be done unless more strict ness is used, as the Indians have their spies who are con s unity going and comiug, and give exaot information as to the number of the posse, their station, kc. March Iftth, ftoVs'oek I hear that some arrests of importance have been made, a- it that the deputy, with his posse, new consisting oi atmut 100 men, well arined, are angngid in serving sub poena* and process We can easily deal with our own county, but if men disguised as "'Indians" come upon us from Delawan county, we eught not to be at the expense of resisting them. ConM not some systematic movement bemaiYin each county to retaiu them at home 1- Albany ~hitu Slip, March 10. ^porting Intelligence. I J Oolkthori-k Course ?First Day's Rack. March i 1* ?The firs' day's race over the Oglethorpe j Course came off mile heats The Trustee Ally had tb ? 1 I track, Marthu next. and Victor outside. Trustee ftliv yielded the truck a.ter the first quarter round, and thecoi test became animated hi twccu Victor and Martha, (\1 McAlpin's filly.) On the hack stretch they kept close t" gather and opened on the last and straight stretch, lip an t lip, the Trustee filly some distance behind. Victor pas ed the judge's stand u halt leng'h attend of Martha, tl. Trustee filly behind the distance pole. Time lm 58s. i For the second heat Victor and Martha came up to tit ? line in good order. Martha brushed oil" in fine style an 1 took the lead until the beginning of the back stretc... when Victor "greased his heels," came up and passed and kept the lead to the end of the race, coming out about fiv lengths ahead Time lm. Mis. This was .Maltha's first mac, and she sustained hersi f very creditably. The day was wet nnd rainy, und the Course suffered somewhat in consequence. Foot-rack otkii thk Mktaihik Course, New Ok lkans.?This affair is to coma ofl'on or about the 33d in*'. H appears that there are nine entries made for the purse one from pretty much every part of the known world, it is expected that Gildertleeve will be first favorite in tL-> betting, as he bus performed in public over ten mile ; within the hoar. Elwoitb, the Yankee, will have hie backers, as his powers of endurance have been twice tes ed and proved to be unyielding by pedestrian feats absi lutelv unparalleled ; still, as a mutter ol choice?considei ? ing tne t (facts of the climate ?nd "chunge of water"?we should think some of the acclimated "field hands" stand a lair chance of walking, or rather running efl" with the money. The following are the entries : 1? Thomas F.lworth,of Boston 3?John Oilderslievo, of New York. 3?John Archer, Louisiana. 4?Chas. A. Dleifrun, Mountaineer. 5?" H. B " of U. S. A., to run masked 8?Edward Wright. 7?W. H F. Hail 9 ? Henrv Stew. 0?Fontaine Le Roy. Mobile races ere to commence on Monday, the 17tu inst. Several good stables are on the ground. A great match race lor $2,000, between the celebrate.: pacing horses Tippecanoe and James K. Polk, will tak< place on Tuesday, 36th March, i'wo mile heats, in hoi ness, over the Metairie Course, New Orleans. Varieties. The steamer Lowell, Capt. Moore, on her downward passage lrom Columbus to this place, struck a snug or rock at Rob Roy Shoals, and sunk. The Lowell had n cargo of 600 bales cotton, 150 of which were insured - ?300 bales were, taken off by the steamer Augusta, slightly damaged; the balance of the cargo will doubtless be saved but in bad condition. Boat a total loet.?Apalachieola ?Adv., March 9. Acquitted.?Wm Christy, the engineer on the Read' ing railroad, prosecuted ast summer for maliciously rui ning his engine over the foot of Patrick Murphy, a con" ductor on the same train, so as to require amputation' which resulted iu lock-jaw and death, was tried in Schuylkill Ceuniy Court last week for manslaughter, and acquitted It appeared from the evidence that the ac cident was unavoidable, and without any malice on th part of Christy. The City Council of Wilmington, Del., has appropriat ed $1000 to improve the navigation ot Christina tiver. Another polar expedition is talked of in the London newspapers. Sir James Ross, the g illant commander ol the IdSt expedition, lias been invited to undertake this re newed exploration of a region where he so eminently dis tinguished himself before. Sixteen thousand and forty-niuo barrels of Sperm, fifty two thousand seven hundred and thirty six barrels Whale Oil, nnd four hundred and eighty-four thousand seven hundred and nineteen pounds of Whalebone, were re ceived at the port of New Bedford in the month of Feb { ruary. The fifth person concerned in the murder of Edwardr in Ohio, has been arrested at Lancaster,Pa. It is believed that the principal actor in this bloody business is yet a< large. Two years ago there were five paupers receiving re lief in the,Litchfield Union, all of whom had served th office of ?h? ritf. One;oi them was ruined by law, anothe by extravagance, and two by drunkenness; the fifth wa one who "never could got lorwatd." Several of the German States have instituted feasts it honor of the introduction cf the potato. The Bottm. Transcript states, that the anniversary of its iDportatioi has just seen held as a jubilee in Bavaria The bell foundry of Androw Meneely, of West Troy turned out from January 1st, 1844, to 1845, one httndrei and forty-five bells, weighing in the aggregate 77,158 lbs Average weight, 533 lbs. each. The Apalachicnla Chambei of Commerce have presentee , to Col- A. McDonald, ot Eufaula, Ala, a set of silvei castors, worth $100, for the best lot of cotton, of twenty bales, sold in Apaiachicola during the last season. Cherokee News.?The trial of the two Chero kees, Uah-na-tau-lee and Kah-too-yoh-hi, chargec with the murder ofa Seminole Indian, bqs resulted in the acquittal of the lormer and the eonviction of the latter. His extcution was ordered for the 34th ult., at whicb time, say s the Cherokee Advocate, it would undoubtedly tie earned into tfftCt, aa the Court refused to sign a peti tion to the Executive for his pardon. The Btminole was killed on the 19th day et January, while riding along tht road, by a ball shot from a rifle gun. At the time anothet Seminole was walking along the same road, near hun, heard the teport of the gun, und observed the smoke, en> saw the convicted man, moving toward the acquitted one "wiping his gun." What causes prompted to the deed are wholly unknown. The same paper says:?"Tilt weather Continues bright and balmy. The prairie tinged with green, the blooming peach tree, the budding elm, and the delicate violet, make one fancy himself transport ed into the midst of April, rather than to he lingering in the usually coid month of February, i he whole winter has been ot olt remarked mildness and of espe cial mercy to all classes of our' citizens, particu lariy to those who are needy and destitute." A school has been opened at tbe Park Hill mission among the Cherobees, by Mr. Dwight Hitchcock, a recent gra duate of Amherst College. The terms are seventy-five conts par month, vvc learn from n gentleman recently lrom Little Rock, that there are eight or nine steam-boats at, and below,the five islands, awaiting a rise, to ascend the Arkansas. Supposed Slavsrs Committed ?On Thursday evening the U. S marshal, Forest, accompanied by officer Arch. G. Ridgcly, deputy marshal, arrived from me U. S. lrigate Congress, in Annapolis Roads, having iu custody the captain and two officers of 'he brig Monte video, arrested f y O W. Gordon, E?q , U 9 consul at Rio, charged with aiding and abetting ine slave trade on Ihe coa-t of Africa, together with nine men as witnesses. The whole party were lodged in jail to wait f rther ac tion.? Baltimore Patriot. The Weather.?In Kingston, Canada, for the last week, or ten day s the weather has been most delightful.?Spring has p<rmanently set in, and the busy hnia of preparation resounds in all directions in the viciit ty ot the wiiatves. From present appearances tne nuvi gation will be open much earlier than usual. The South channel is entirely clear of ice, end b-tween town and Wolle Hland crossing on foot has been discontinued. A week of the present mii-l weather will probably clear out the Inst remnant of Jack Frost. Stkamboat Disasters ?It appears trom a report recently made by the Committee on Navul Aftairs to the Hout" ol Representatives, that trom the year 1820 to 1840, eighty ve^t ls were lost by explosion* ol steam trailers, aid that seven hundred and < ighty persons v ere killed and two hundr. d and ninety six wounded by these disasters. During the aamo period of time?ten years? twenty-five vessels were destroyed by flte, and two hun dred and fitly-live lives lost ^ Storm at Maysville.?The Maysville Eagle ft Friday, 14th met , says a very severe ttoiiiipn<fged over that city and neighborhood on Tuesday night doing much damngc. The rain fell in t urents, accompanii d witn hail. The high wim! that prevailed during ihe ni ght, besides blowing down IhouaandS ot panels ol fencing far the farmers around us, tore into pieces u frarm and ? leg building in C.ast Maysville It alio blew out one end oi the large brick building of Mr. Harry Nicholson, <vhich crush' I, iu iti lull, a trum" immediately uoj lining A Croon Book.?It i? elated that a wealthy gen tlemau called upon Bishop Ouderdonk on Friday, and on taking leaie mod" him the present ol a book fin taking oil the wrapper and iproing to the title, page, there was a hundred .;oil"r bnuh note ; on turning over a leal there was another ; e t^ird le f and there was a third bill ; over the (ouith ie. f p (ninth tiill, and over the fifth leaf a fitth bill, until it seemed as though the book was a voluni- of hundred dollar bill*. What tu-xt 7 Onto.?Or an Follutt has been elected President, and Samuel Forrer and Jacob Blickensdi rfer, Jr , acting members ol the Board ot Public Works. hi the House ol Representatives, on the 11th instant, n resolution was adopted "in reteience to the attempts now making to induce tho Legislature ol New Y-rk to levy greater tolls on goods belonging to citizens ot the West ern States, passing tlirough the canals of that Siate be tween Oswego and Alhauy, than are chargtd upon goods belonging to citizens of said State " Resolutions were adopted in both houses that the Le gislature close its session on the 13th inst. Nbw Jersey.? Among the bills which passed the House on the 14th, was one to tucorpora.e lor twenty yean the New Jersey Magnetic Telegraph Co - A bill to provide lor the erection ot a stale lunatic asy lum passed the Senate on the same day by a unanimous vote The Htate treasuier estimates the receipts into the treas ury lor Ihe cuuent year at $88.OM 73, and the expendi tures, including the $4A Mr* 8*4 due to the school loud, at $98,.167 73, showing a dt licit ol $10,A3I necessary to be pioveled tor by taxation, if the determination to pay oil the debt due to the school lund ia adhered 'o ?Ff .our at thk Wkst.?The Atnount til fl< or ami wheat in depot at Cleveland and other points on the Ohio (anal to Rescoc-nt Milan, Sondusky, he., at Detroit, and the porta < f Lake Michigan, is entimaud by i co:ies|randent of the " Buffalo Commercial Advertissi," at 3A4,000 barrels, against 667,000 barrels in 1844 The Cleveland correspondent ot the same journal estimaies the amount of wheat and tljur now ou hand at 400,000 barrels. I Boa ton. [Corre?iK?ii(ience ot the Herald.] Boston, 13th March, 1H45 Matters and Things in General?Roberts and Jot ulyn. On Monday the denizens of our quiet city were somewhat surprised by an old fashioned eastern snow storm. Our streets were becoming very pas sable, but this fall ot snow and consequent thaw will again occasionally remind us of your "Har per's Ferries" in New York, and also of some of the muddy difficulties you have to eucounter. Our new native Mayor has entered upon the du ties of his office, and will doubtless administer our city government to the satisfaction of all. In the distribution uf the city spoils, Mr. Davis will bear in mind that he is not indebted so much to the in nate. strength of his own party for ultimate suc cess, as he was to the withdrawal of the demo cratic candidate. However generally sectarianism may have entered into the contest, the victory at any rate would not have been achieved so toon, but for the good will of the democrats. We had a glorious ball on the 5th, within the walls of old Faneuil Hall, which was crowded to excess, and the bright army of fashion and beauty oispfnyed on the occasion has rarely been equalled, never surpassed, in Boston. An aunexatiou ball is announced to take place on Friday evening next, which might equal that on the 5th, were any one else concerned in its manngement, save old " white cravat," Mr. A. L., the petty tool of a miserable aftV/ue here, and too insignificant to succeed in any thing he undertakes. <An eulogy on the death of Hon. Benj. Russell, was delivered at the Melodeon on Monday evening by Mr. Baylies. Instead of confining his remarks at all to the subject, Mr. B. reviewed, in a prosaic style, events both anterior and during the revolu tion, and managed to make his lecture so insipid and ledious, that one half of his audience left be fore he had concluded. Theatricals remain in statu quo here. An oppo sition to tne National is much desired. We have aa abundance of unemployed talent in Boston, and it only requires a little more enierprise to render it all effective. The rotation of offices under our na tional administration has not yet commenced. Roberts, who has been spending so much of his time fruitlessly at Wasbingion, dancing attendance on the powers that " were" and " be." has return ed, it is said, quite chop-fallen. Had he remained here and attended to the duties of the station to which Mr Tyler appointed him, his nomination would doubtless have been acted favorably upon ere this. There is another individual, by the cog uoraen of Lewis Josselyn.who, it is said, has gone on to Washington in pursuit of the Surveyorship of this port, and 1 suppose he will get it?who else could 1 Bttmblx-Bek. Interesting from Brazil ?A circular has been received, dated Rio de Janeiro, Jan. 17, from which we glean the following intelligence The politi cal position ol the country, we are happy to eiate, holds out a very favorable aspect. Some rebellious disturban ces in the Northern Provinces have been quelled in their outbreak by Uu very energetic steps of the government. In Rio Urunde, the only province where civil war still continues, the Imperial troops have gained successive and decided advantages over the rebels, who, in cousiquence, have opened negotiations for peace, ami we have well founded reason to believe, that ere long tranquillity will be restored to the Empire; a state of things which ?an not lail to produce a beneficial influence on commerce. At tho River Plate the war between the Oriental and Argentine Republics is still carried on; Montevideo con tinues to be besieged by Oribe and blockaded by the Bue nos Ayrean squadron, and according to the last dates to the 31st ult., there are no prospects of a speedy termination ot this uulortunate conflict. Some misunderstanding causedjthe Brazilian Minister to request his passports; he retired on board a vessel of war awaiting further instruc tions from home; but ihe general opinion is that there will be no intet ruption to the friendly intercouse existing between the two governments. Gsneral Jackson's Birthday.?This day (15th oi March) the venerable hero of the Hermitage enters on his 79th year. The President had a letter from him last night, fraught with more tiue eloquence than any be ever before received. This argues that his health is not worse.? Qloht, March 15. COLORED JFAPEK AND FANCY PAPER. BOXES. DAUER St BODKN respectfully inform their frieuds and the public, that they continue to manufacture Colored Paper and Fancy l'ai>er Boies, in all varieties, at the old stand of the late firm of Blanc St Boden, 7< Fulton corn-r of Gold street. He is lull? determm-d to manufacture a superior article, and to i ut the prices to as to satisfy his customers. Orders will be punctually attended to. N. B.?A good assortment of Colored bapertand Fancy Pape Boies always on hand ja30 2m*ec GENTLEMEN'S LEFT OFF WARDROBE. 'VKK HIGHEST PRICES can be obtained by Gentlemen a or Families who are desirous of converting their left off wearing apparel into cash. Families or Gentlemen limiting the city or changing resi i l?: a * ?'lln-** dence, having any tuperflnons effects 'o dispose of, will find it much to their advautage to send for the subscriber, who will attend at their residence by appoiutment. H. LEVETT, i Wall street. A line through the Pott Office, or otherwise, will receive prompt attention. mrl tm*rc gfcOPJNO HAND.CLOTHING AND FURNITURE WANTED ?Aud the highest cash price given fur all kinds ot cast off Clothing and good second-hand Furniture. Persons wishing to dispose of the same, will do well to call ou the sub scriber, or address a line through the Post Office, which wB' be punctually attended to. B. LEVY, 49X Chatham street, N. Y. N. B.?Constantly on hand, a seasonable assortment of gentle men's Clothing, cheap for cash f38 lm*rc XYLUGRAPHIG PRESS GENERAL JOB PRINTING OFFICE, (96 Gold Street. rPHE8UB#.CRlBERS inform Druggists, Perfumers, Grocers A and others, that they have made i . exiensive additions to their assortment of Xylographic Labels, to which ibey would re spectfully call their attention. They are constantly adding to their stock all the new style of articles, in their line, which are offen d in trance or England, and they promise their customers they st all spare no eipsase iu gottiuff np all that they may want in the business of the Druggists, Perfumers and Segar Manufacturers. JOB PRINTING?Their office is alio supplied with every variety of Type necessary lor the execution ot every descripiu.u y Job I' ' of fancy Job Krintiug, I ards, Billheads, Nines, Bills Lading, Circulars, and all kinds of Mercantile Printing, executed ou reasonable terms. iKUAR BOX LABELS AND PAPER, of every descrip tion. always ou hand. VARIEGATED SHOW CARDS, for Hefectories.Orocers, be., tic.?a large supply. BRONSON !k CO., l2i Ic.'re 56 Gold street, near Fulton. AMERICAN HAIR DYE IXTARRENTKD, if strictly applied according to direction, vv io change the hair from any othei color to a benuriful aubu'ii or perfectly jet black, without staining or irritating lire skin, like oilier Hair Byes l*re pa red only by DR.JAYNK, No 20 South Third street, Philadelphia. Puce 50 cenis. Isold by the Agents, A. B. Ik D Sand, Druggists, No. 79 bultou street, 27J Broadway, 77 East Broadway. )2U lm*m J^EW PEED STORE.AND CONSERVATORY-?h lubsciib' is offer for sale as ow as ? im be purchased else where, a ehoi'e assortment of lresh Vrgetahle, Flower, and Grass Seeds, all oi winch will be warranted Also, Plants of all kinds at auction prices, Fruit and Orua mental Trees of tverv descripuou. DUN LAP Jk CARMAN. 635 Broadway. mS 2w*rrc CHOICE ANNUAL FLOWER SEEDd. yryttt 1 he subscriber beg* to inform his friends and the old MMIl^trons of Nibio's late Conservatory, thai he has receiv jwr Victoru*, from Loudon, an extensive aud choice CVMI-COOII of new blower breeds, all warrant d genuine. The follow n k pickage of 2u sui>erb varieties are now ready for sale? price % I :? thiol Lrummoudii?splendid show flowers of all colors. Bchixsnthus Pnes'ii, Ketusns, (^ra^amii, fitc. mued>?cori ous muse flowers, of white, yellow, orange and crimson. Portalacca S,<leadens aud i helussomt, mined?Very dwarf, brilliant crimson and rosy crimsou flowers. Choice fie. rtse ise?Berdfrom choice price ftowMrs. barton Aire*?Golden yellow Bowers Double Paris Balsams?N??m rows choice hinds mi*?d. Doubled Quilled German Asters?t? varieties rnived i'ttjuia, Rotea, OnmdiBora, PhoBniceu, t Blnckii new varie ty,) mixed? V'ery showy . flowers proluselv, in free* v?rie tv of colors, snitabl* for framing, Kc. MiftnouciU-bWtrt scented abyssti.tan. Lupiuu* Cruikshenkn?Pti colors on one stem, ??voroti* growth, forming almost a tree. Nemophila Insignii. GmudiBora, phasyloides new variety? Neat bl'?e flowers with white centre. Nolano atrip.icifolia?fthowy bine trailing flower. !Vla?va rebna, fitewf?White with ger?iuinm hlo*ch and stripe. I roposolnm Pelegrinnm or Canary Bird Flower?Beantifnl cutaud Inured flowers, ap|*?ars like a canary bud. Gernitn J^u Werk M??ca?ly sui>erb v<\rirtiea, mixed. Atiagallta ludtca?Cmqtte flowers, star shaped, color a rich Chinese blue, with curious ami beaiitifnl golden anthers 111 the centre. Iberis CoTonoria, cr Large White Rocket Candytuft. Helechry?um bracteatu rn album, (new)?Klegant showy white. Cadeoptis, Atkinsonia, Drummondii, F.legans, Ike , 5 kiuds tniied? Mowers brill,ant. of cream, golden and dark red colors, bloiclied, atri!?* ?1 aud ?i?octed with curnson. Packiges coiitaimug 50 'aneties for ?2, i00 varieties %i Vegetable Seedsof the growth ol Bit. A large collection of fine healthy Plants in Bower are in tlie Conservatory window. Bouquets and Flowers always on hand. NttW UAHLIAB?A ftne collection are cow under cultiva tion; pLnta will be ready in due season. Orden attended to with promptness, and thankfullv reemtd by JOHN llv t BIN BON, (La*e of Niblo'a Conservator),) in Ii 13 lmrc 568 broad way (observe) cor. Prince ?t. oyjg FOR BALK?A FARM?ruinated at I sill*. Suffolk pp< onuty, L I , .idjoiiiiiig Mmthtown. Ktid Farm contain* ac es; M of which is W ooti; the r*tnatning >1 acres an* in a state of good cu'tivation. There are two Houses, and also tw " good welts of water on the farm; a |ar*e bsru w ith car riage house auu stabliu# for eight horses; an tee house, a good large garden, enclosed iu a picket feuce, fruit trees, Ike , Sic. Auy further information may be obtained at No 8H . leecker street, a few doors west Iroin Broadway. H 4l im ,'ShImis monev can remain on mortgage fVs lie * w i UUNTliV AT IO LKT?lo let for oue or |PGvitore >ears, the beautiful country seat knosu is Wood anltoJswn situated on the Ncr?h River, at foOt of 5?d tireet, e,>i?uitiing about 18 acres. I he dwflhrg lie use is new, having b?*?n built last year, and the stable and other buildings are in good order. Po?session can be given immediately. For terms, Apply to W. L. i l, I'l 1NU, m8 8w*ee Ml Wall street, or 748 Broadwav