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THE NEW YORK HERALD. Vol. XI., No. UH-WHolo No. ?MW. NEW YORK. MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 7, 1845. F rlco Two Canto. THE NEW YORK HERALD AGGREGATE CIRCULATION THIRTY-FIVE THOUSAND. THE GREATEST IN THE WORLD. To tb? Public. THK NKW VOKK HERALD? Daily Newapaper-nmh lithed every day ol th* year except New Yew . Day and Fourth of July. Price * cents per copy?or $7 M per asruin?postages paiil?cash in advance. THK WEEKLY HERALD?published ere., Samrda' morning?price SM cents per copy, ortl IS per anai m?post ate. paid, cash in adrance. ADVERTISERS arc informed that the circulatio ? if the Herald is oyer THIRTY-FIVE THOUSAND, and im.vasing fan It hat the targeet circulation of anvymper in thi. city, er the. wrrld^fnd. it, therefore, the heel channel for butinett men in the cfly ar country. Prices moderate?cash in advance. I'KINTINU of all kinds executed at the most moderate price, sail in the most elegant style. JAMES GORDON BENNETT. "noeniKToa op thk Hkrald Kstahi.ishmknt, Nortliwest corner of Fulton and Nassau streets. BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN ROYAL MAIL 8TBAM 811 IBS. i Of 1X0 tous and 00 horse power each.? Under contract with the Lords of ilia Ad mi rally HIBKKNIA t'ommauder A Kyrir, Fsq CAMBRIA. ?' C. H. K. Judkius " CALEDONIA " K Q.Lou, BRITANNIA " J. Hewitt, Will sail from Liverpool aud Boston, via. Hail fat, as follows: From Liverpool. From Boston. Cambria March .th. April 1st. Caledonia Anril till. May 1st. Hiberuia " J9tli. " Ibth Britannia May 4th. June 1st. Passage Honey? From Bostou to Liverpool, $120. Boston to Halifax, $20. Th-se ships earry experienced Surgeons. No berths secured 'rill |>aid for. No freight except specie received on days of tailing. Apply to D. IIKIGIIAM. Jr., fare 3 Wall strret. N. Y. STATEN ISLAND STfinr ferry. _ Kootof Wbltchdll Street, Ou and after Monday, March 17ih, the Boats will run as fol lows, uutil further notice:? LEAVE 8TATKN ISLAND: 8, 10, and 12 A M.; t and 5. P M LEAVE NKW YORK : 9 aud II, A. ML; I, 3>?. and 6, P. M. N. B?'All freight at the lisli of the owners thereof. mhMrr UNITED STATES MAIL LINE FOR BALTIMORE THROUGH IN SIX HOURS. PHILADELPHIA. WILMINGTON AND BALTIMOKK KAIL KOAD COMPANY. Via Chester, Wilmington, Klkton, Havrede Grace, lie. FARE REDUCED. On aud nfur MONDAY uett, Mnrch24ih, the cars will leave the depot, corner of Klevrulli and Market streets, as f Hows:? DAILY, at 4 P. M. ' " (except Sundays)at I0)f P. M. Or ou llie arrival of the 2 P. M. train from New York, FARE THREE DOLLARS. n"_7"The above are the ouly lines that connect with those leaving Baltimore for the South and West. WHEELING AND PITTSBURGH. Tickets through to Wheeling or Pittsburgh cau be procured at the Depot. Passengers for Pittsburgh take the steamboat at Brownsville. 0?" Western Passengers leaving New York at 3 P.M., can take the Line that Leaves Philadelphia at lOjd P.M., aud arrive in Baltimore in time for the care leaving at 7 A.M. for the Weet. Fa:r to Wheeling, $13?Pittsburgh, $18, Deiiiruiiig, the cars leave Baltimore at 9 A.M. and t P.M.' Freight Panuensrer Train, FARK FIFTY CENTS. A I'asienger Car will be attached to the Freight Train, leav ing the Depot at S P. M. Fare 30 cents. Passengers by this Line will arrive in Baltimore at an early hour next morning. Krel?bt to Baltimore. DRY GOODS, 12>? cents per 100 lbs. GROCERIES, tec. 10 cents per 100 lbs. Freights reoeived and forwarded daily (except Sundays) from the Depot, corner of IIth and Mjrket streets, and delived in Bul trinoie at an earlier hour than by any other line ?. H. HUDDKLL, Agent. Phils. K 7" For any information respecting the above Lines, epply to GEO. P FISHKK, Agent, No. 7 Wall, or G West streets. FOR BALTIMORE. 7 1-14 O'CLOCK, A. B1 ?F ARB $?. CITIZENS' UNION LINE. VIA NKW CASTLE It FRKNCHTOWN KAILHOAD. SThis route, acknowledged to be the most pleasant between Philadelphia ana Baltijnore, will be open t _f?r travel on MONDAY next, XCTh 24th akdrkc The unrivalled and favorite s eambflarKOBKKT JVlORUlS, Captain Douglass, having been put in thorough or der, will take her place ou i his eud ol the Line, aud the swift and splendid steamboat CONSTITUTION, Capt. Chaytor, ou tiie Baltimore ei,d. sWIfl On and after MONDAY i-ext, March Jtth. CLT UFA-CJuihe steamboat HUBERT MOll KIS will leave X?JflUK.Uork street wharf daily, (except Sunday, at 1% o'clock, A. M. for New Castle, where passengers will take the ears (known to be the most comfortab'e in the country) for Frerchtown, and there take the steamboat CON STlTU'lION fur Baltimore, arriving in time to (and the only line that dr es) rouuect with the Lines leaviug Baltimore iu tne afternoon for th- South and iu from 4 to C hours iu advance of auy other hue. The Lines leave Baltimore for Philadelphia daily, except Sun days, at 7 o'clock, A. M. Breakfast and Dinners provided ou board the Boats. Fare to Cheater eg Newcastle 23 cents. Fare to Baltimo#. ........ ...... $2 60 WHEELING AND PITTSBURGH. Tickets through to Wheeling and Pittsburgh can be procured on the boat. mh3l Hn'ic G H. HUDDELL, Agent. NEW YOKE, BCHOOLEY'S. MOUNTAIN. BKLVIDKRe/ AND EASTON.?Leaie the] out of CourtUnd street daily, Sundays rxci pied, at 9 o'clock, A-M , by Railroad from Jersey City to Morris town, lh?ncr by post-coaches through Mrndham, Chester, Ger man Valley, Schoidey's Mountaio, Anderson Town, Port Cat den Washington, to Belrideic and Eastnu. For s iu, apply to J.Hill, at the Cummercial Hotel, 73 Court land street. N B.?Extras furnished at the shortest notice, by applying to Charl a 1 ?jiluxth, at Moriistown. in4 lm*m """NEW YORK, ALBANY AND TROY LINK OF Sl'KAM BOATS eWSIlM. KOH ALBANYAND TROY?Direct? jW^^3efrom the steamboat pier foot of < 'outtlandl ?t. steamboat SWALLOW, Captain A. II. Squire, will leave the foot of Courtlandt street on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satuidays, at $ o'clock, P. M. The aieamboat EMPIRE, Captain H.t). Macy.will leave the foot I.f Courtlandt stnet every Monday, Wednesday and Fri ll ii, at S o'clock, P. M. . For passage or freight, apply ou board, or to C. CLARK, at Ilia office on the wharf. Freight mast be pat in charge of the Freight Agent, or th* Company will not be responsible for losses. *3 rc FOR NKW ORLEANS?Positively lirst sod Regular Packet?Louisiana and New. York Line? ______ egulai Packet of ttth iust?The new and very supe rior p icket ship SHANUNGA, Captain Patton, will sail as above, her regular day. F?r freight or passage, having splend d (furnished accotmno d.lions, appiyou board, at Orleans w harf, foot ol Wall at., or U> eTk.COLLINBkCO.,* Souths! Positively no roods received onboard after this, Saturday, evening, 3th April. Agents in New Orleans. Messrs. Ilullin A Woodruff, who will promptly forward all goods to their address. a3 FOR LONDON?Packet ofilie 18th of April.? Tlie packet ship WESTMINSTER, Captain Tink >-r. will positively sail as above, her rrgnlar dey. t, k list pecket ships for Liverpool :? The packet ship NKW YORK, Captain Cropper, will posi tively sail on the 16lh April A'd the packet ship bIDDONS, Csptaia Cobb, on the 26th For passage, the above shir* having nuautpassed accommo dations in cabin aad steerage, apply to JOHN HKKDMAN, a3 rc 61 Houihetreet. ?aciC- FOR LIVERPOOL?Hegnl it Packet of the IRlli w,yV*V"l April?The well known, splendid, lirst class, Ast jifrjMlKmsitilii'u PecketHliip ASII lllj R TON, Captnui Henry ll ,til.-,toil, will positively sail sa above. I laving most splendid and elegant aetominodatious for ca bin, second cabin and at-erage p tssengera, persons wishing to rnihsik or secure be. tlis in the above ui iguificeiit Packet,shuuld oi ikeapidication on board, loot ol Maiden Lnne. or to the aub ?<riber, JOAEI'H McMURHAY, IUD I'iue rtreet, corner of South. The above will be anccreded by the uew and handsome Pack ft Ship H EN 11Y CLAY, tjapuin Nye, to tail on Gtli May. ? Ate LONDON LINK OF PACKKTS-Packel of the iAjyfV i0lb Ai'ril.?Tlie fast sailing Packet Ship WEST JdcAkNm.MlNHl'KK, Caplaiu llovey, will positively sail as th T*. her regular day. Her aerommodaiitm fir cabin,second cabin, and ateersge pss tf ng'is,are very au|airior. p.srly application alinnld lie made to VV St J. T. TAi'SClITT, i iC 16 South st, cor. Maiden l>tie. LIVERPOOL LINK OF PACKETS?Packet of JJwWthe Hth Ap-il?-The splendid fast sailiiiK aud lavofite Sb'P SF.A, CnpMin kilwunls, will positively Sail a. Illume, lor iigular day Iler acci nun. daiious for cabin, second cabin, and steerage MSaritjArs, Iff very sni?crior. Th i e wishing to secure lieiths sh orid not fail to make enily npi licatiou on board, foot of Peck Slip, or to W. 6t J. p. TAPSCO ? T, al rc 1G South street, cor. Maiden lane. SPAR LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS? Packet of the lltli of April?The new aud elegant __afiral class packet ship WAl'ERl.OO, 1 apt. VV. fj. ?,..n, will positively tail as above, her regnlar day. Having verv'an|ieiior accoinmi.datinus fur Cabin,second cabin a d sieerage passengers, p- rsons about to einbark.will And this > pleodid ship to be a most desirable conveyance. The Waterloo will sail again from L v-ipool on the Kth of hGy. Tliuae who are desirous of sending lor their relatives or faciida, can have them brought out iu this splendid packet. For passage to or from Liver|a>ol, early application should le made to the subscriber. JOSEPH McMURHAY, mlirre 190 Pine aneet,Corner of Soath street PASSAGE FROM OALWAY, DIRECT TO NEW YORK?Tlie superior, fast tailing British Brig VICTORIA, will sail from Ualway on the lit ol viay. _ This off rt an excellent otiportiinity to peraona wishing to ir ml for their friends, residing in that part of lrelaud, precluding the trouble and expense of going to 1 iverpool to embark. Con tracts for ptssage, which will Ire at a innilcrale rale, must la made previous to the 31st intt., in older to be in time for the steamer nl the Itlof April, from Boston. For Perth If paf.iculara, apply (if by l-ttepoit pa'd) t0 Uih,| ftp JOHN HKUuMAN, 61 bontr stieet. PACKETS FOR HAVRE?Second Line.-Tbe ship UTICA, F. Hewitt, Master, will sail on the 1st f >lav. BOYD Ik HINCKEN, Agent*. No. 9. Tontine Buildings. PACKETS kOR 11AVRE?Second Line?lb* ship BALTIMORE, Kdeard Funk, master, wiU be let uiied until (be Glli of April. BOYD k HINCKEN, Agents, 9 Tontine Buildings j"aiTh LM.TRUNK iOAttl)l,J|M Iteeivedper achr. 4?V/Uvr Wolcott. and Tor aaleby _ PkRWE It BROOKS, 83 and 67 Nnaaau at Alao, 8,898 rcai* Wrapping Paper, vtiiow n?*. m*ro UNION COURSE, LONG ISLAND. T'HK LATE PROPRIETORS of the BEACON COURSE A for Trotting, reiiectfully infirm the Public, who have ?o liberally nati united th m for the last four seasuua on tin Beacon Course, that they, together with Iliram Woo'ltuff, have taken the Union Course for the cmnirif ne-aoa for all lmrp.ieee except racing. During the season liberal Purses will be offered ler Trotting, Hutule Racing anil Foot Racing. The following Trolling Stakes nud Purse ia offered, to coiue off the laat week in April .? Stake No. 1?Free for horaea never tre lied for ? Purae, utile lieata, brat 3 in 3. under the saddle. Sub. SIM, H F. Stake No 2? Free for horaev never trotted lor a Puree Two Mile heata iu harnesa. Sub. $100, H. F. St ike No. 3?Free for horsea never wou a Purae, over $10, Two Mile lieata. under the Saddle Sub. $100, H. F. Stake No. 4?Same aa No. 3, iu h?rueaa. Slake No. 5?Two Mile heata und-rihr saddle, free for horaea never won a Pnrae over $100. Sub. $100, H F. Purae $750, Two Mile heata iu harness, free for all Trotting horaea. Entries for the Stakes nud Purae to b* in ado on or before Tuesday, April the Slh, at Green's 8t Losses, No. IBS Chatham stieet, by 9 P. M., three or atom iu e&c^o make a race. in'Jti I0t*ec E. LIPPOLD& CO (No. 100 William Street, near John,) OFFER kUH SALE tlie following Goods, of their owu im portations, by the package, or in lata to suit purchasers .? REAL BERLIN ZEPHYR WORSTED AND GERMAN TAPESTRY WORSTEDS, Best muiufacl are and mostevtensive aisortmeut. CANVA8S. Cotton, Liut-n, Silk, Worsted, Gold aud Silver, of all widths and sizes EMBROIDERY PATTERN8, Of all Makets aud Numbers. CHENILLE, For workiug aud Orut.mental Trimming, plain and shaded; Flower Chenille, be. SILKS. Plaiu and shaded, aud Chinee, Sticks and Spools; Twist, Floss, do. FRINGES. Silk, Worsted and Cotton, of tlie latest styles. GIMPS. Aud Gimp Coida, in great variety. GOLD AND SILVER. CORDS, AND BRAIDS, TAS fcELS, be STEEL, GILT, AND SILVER BEADS. Purse Trimmings, Sttvl and Jet Bullous, Hair Pins, be. OILED S1I.KS, Assorted Culms. PERFORATED PAPER. COB OS AN I) TASSELS, Biaida, Tapes, Bindings, Utlloons, be. nl lin?ni bleaching powdeIT fylA CASKS Royd'i superior Bleaching Powder,landing from sh p Pacilie, from Liverpool, and for tile by t'ERBSr b BROOKS, ?< ee Not. 65 and 67 Nassau at f~ FRENCH FLINT GLASS-WORK?*, AT WILLIAMSBURGH, L. 1. DEPOT 90 WILLIAM STREET, NEW YORK Fisns. BKROER b WALTER, known for a long ssnes of years as extensive manufacturers of Watch-Crystals and Flint Glassware, iu tlie Department Moselle, France, have the honor to iuforin Glass Dealers, Importers of Watches, aud furnishing houses generally,tbat they nave established a Branch of their Manufactory iu lint country; and, in order to fulfil to entire satisfaction all commands that might be addressed to them, have eugngrd experienced and skilful workmen, both French and English. The beanty of this Glass, the taaleful style of all the luBieles they manufacture, as well as moderate Firices, aud promptitude in the execution of orders, will, they ondly hope, secure to the in a large share of patronage from American and foreigu Hoturs. N. B.?Customers in the habit ol transmitting orders to their house in Paris,27 Paradia Powaonaiere, or their general Depot ol Crystal, 10 Paradis Poissoauiere, 1'ails, will please forward th-m direct to 90 William street New ? ork. fl< lm?ec LEGS HANDS, ARMS, ?c. The leuti of Feel and I>ri no Hindrance to the Act of Walking ! JOHN F. THOMAS, Cork Leg Maker, be., 511 Grand et, corner of Madisou st. New Vork, res|?ct fnlly informs thr public that lie continues to man nfactnre ARTIFICIAL LIMBS, on a plan the moat correct and lets complicated, having, through necessity, invented, made and worn an artificial leg for forty years, and been a manufacturer for thirty live yean, feels confident of giving satisfaction to a 1) who call on him for Lags, Hands, Anns, or the common Wood Leg N. B.?All letters mast be post-paid. . M' H. E. WILLARD. AUCTION GENERAL AGENCY AND COMMISSION MERCHANT. Office No. 11S Naasan street, first door. New Yotk. 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 hnsiuess. Ca?h Advances made on h umiture aud Merchan dise of every description consigued for sale Sales settled in ull coses as soon as the goods are sold aud delivered Manufac turers aud traders can always hare accommodation advances on goods for private sale. ml tm*ee OPENING OF SPRING FA31HO"NiL AT THE MAGASltN DE MODE, BO Canal itreet. ?I'ME D. BKHllMAN begs leave to inform her fri'uds and the public, that she will open for the season on Monday mit, the 31st March, inat.; wheu she will exhibit a splendid aisortmeut of ladies' Paris Silk H'ts, Jnst received from Paris, in everv variety, and in a sty'e unprecedented Also will be exhibited, an entire new eiyle of Ladies' Ht's, called " AKTOIS HATS," which, from tlieir peculiar and la dy tike etyle, may rank aa pre-emiueut. Ala i, a variety of pup" white fancy Straws, fine donble Dan stables, Tuscan and split Straws. Paris Hihbous and Flown, of the choiceet styl s. and m great varie'ire. ra?9 lw*rc DALLY'S TOBACCO MANUFACTORY, ? ?85 Klvcr St. Troy. r|,H K. Subscriber avails himself of this inetliod of eommnni $ eating to the public the fact that be it now manufacturing fine cnt and smoking Tobacco and Snuff, at 295 River street, Troy, u?xt door to the Fulton marker, Toaacco?Tlie celebrated Faucy Virginia. This Tobacco took the premium at tlie late Fair. Eslra Chewing Tobacco, sweet Virginia; Auicric.au Smoking Tobacco, manufactured from the leaf: Spanish do, Turkish do. Sieurps?Rose scented, No. I; Maccaboy, American Gentle man, Lundyfoot, French Hapee, and liisli Blackguard. Tlie above articles are all warranted to be made of the finrat qualities of leaf tobacco, and by tlie most experienced work men. Orders directed as above will meet with prompt attention? the tame pains taken us if they were personally present. F.. Savage, 254 Fulton street, and A. A. Somanoa, Broadway, A grata for the city of New York. Troy, Jan. II, 1143. m2 lm*ec GENUINE IN PORTED HAVANA SEGAKS. rftllE SUBSCRIBER offers Curtate at wholeaale and retail 1 the following choice Lamia of ."egars; in point of eqaality there is none superior iu this city Ugner Regalias. Yngeuiudad, do Panetelas, India, do Small sizes, 1'alnia Celebrada, La Fragviicit, Cauones, (for the Southern Norma, market. 1 Venus I'auetelaa, (of virions lirauda.) C .bant, (suitab'e for London JULegalius, do do muliet.) Tmbocos, Fatrella, do Esperaiiza. Noriega, (of superior quality.) Strangers, citizens, and the trade generally, would do well in calliug aud txainiuiug this splendid stock of Segart previous to pinch uiug else a here, aa all the above Seg.ars are genuine Imported 11 a* anas,ami coutliu nolliiug but Tobacco of the first ami best quality. D. M. HF'.NRIIRfES, in)l lin nr. 31 Williaan street. WHOLESALE segar emporium. rpilE SUBSCRIBERS offer for sale a large assortment of Se I gars, made of best selected Havana Tobacco, aud having been manufactured eiv mouths, are now in fine order, aud ran be sold 31 per cent lower tluui tlie tame qvbdiiy ol Imported Secarv. Havana Regalias ia itha ami lOtiis, Cazadorax, Washington La Normaa, Keperanxa, La India, La Kfpmiensa, Justa Sont. Ptinripeee, Paurlltn, lie kc Together with a large .las irtm-ut of Imitatioa Segars of every quality nud priee, for sale m lots to suit purelauera by nihil lm*rc KENNETH k LAVEItTV . 7> Wall at. F A B E R 8E G A R FACTORY, 71 lMvlulon Street, NEW YORK. r|'HF. UNDERSIGNED haveeiiablished *n extrnsive Srgar t Factory. at 71 Division street, New York, tinder the direc tion of Mr. J. W. 1'KOWN, who has Leu SuperinUudculof one of the largest Fact iries iu Havana, for nineteen years. The billowing kinds of Keens, manufactured in itve Falirr Re Rr Factory, and of which a large stock ia now ou hand, will In ami fi|oal to any Havana Srgari of corresponding style aud age:? Imperial Regalia, Tralini .it, Common Rite, llegaf ia, Panetelas, London Size, Caaadurea, launues, Principe, All hoxerl in the Havana style. The ?nhecrib?rs have aeitied the A in of tlwir Senior iu Hava na, lor tlie ** press |ei rpoee of selecting Tobacco lor their Facto ry, assise fm the puipoae of selecting Segara suitable for tins market. They have now ou hand, for sale, a large stock of Havana Se gart. entitled to ilrheutnie, ol toe following brands:? La India, Woodville, La Cabana, Noriago, FruKtaazia, La Norma, De Moya, l unrey, F.a|a ranza. Lord B'ion, Uprnau, Kiomio, kiacnlapiua, Minerva, La Kama, l.a I'.ilma, Victoria, ('olatnhia,' Dos lie.iaanoa, Lai's.-, ALo. Principe,ke. JOHN II. FAD Kit k CO., ffi lm*rc No. I New vtr?et, coruerjjl Wall. SALT AND FISH STORE. iiut BBLM Salmon, No. I.land I. 'iUV) 10* bbla. blue Fish. 1599 bbla Nwe. I, a, and I rdaekesvl. l.ofl heir do io 4a 4e 199 do No. 1 Meudliad. ?9 half I.Ms No I Sayhronk Shad 999 bbla l oil and Si-ale Fish. 499 do No. I Gib'd Herrings 399 kega Dutch ilo ?a Lr?trj3 kd9 tscka Aaktxm'B Salt. 54 half and 39 quarters men Maekerr' I 90 boxes Digby lleirina Phi quavter barrels Sal mots F.-r sale |e Iota to aeit iraiehxaerx, by m26lm*rc NELSON. wkl.l.R k C11., II l>ey al. JACKSON. STACEY ic SMITH, Manufacturers and importkhs of i>u. Pock etand Table Cnllery, Raxors, Sciaanra, Files, Nawi,Tools, and other descriptions of Sheffield Goods? js3l Im'm No. 16 I LA II HiRF.F-T, Up Stain. COl' f ON Y A R NS. 200 LK^8byBLUK rArKHf "iSK t%R?^.y"nu' _ ,^0 ,r. Noa 65 and 67 Naasan at. OPI KITS TURFENTINK?199 bbla. Sonlhera Sfurif?, laud k uSi'Iw?Vc', y McCOLL $ CO. 99 Broad it(99t. LAFAYETTE BAZAAR, 140 anxt 191 Broadway, corner or Liberty at. THIS FBI ABLISHMKNT. foundtd the 1st or December, 1843, as a publ ic store for the sale of every description of Staple and Fancy (.foods, will be enlarged the 1st of May ml The subscriber having renttd tlie upper part ofth- building, I5l Broadway, will put iu complete repair and lit u.p in a magin tioeut manner, two large galleries, where the traders, muiufac turers and importers, will be|able to obtain at a cheap rent, a flue and convenient store; and the ladies and gentlemen a splendid place of resort and a public and fuliioualTe promenade. MR8. H. SHANK LAND, Daauerriau Artist, has already rented the Iroot part of tlie two galleries as a Daguerreotype Sa loon, where she will continue as before, to give the most perfect likeness for ONK DOLLAR, including the best kind of Morocco Case or Frame. 0*"8everal Counters to let, with glass cases?enquire m the Bssaar. , . T. A ARl'AULT. mhIT lm*m DAGUERREOTYPE. JOHN llOACH, Opticiru, 82 Nassau street. New York, is constantly manufacturing, and has always on hand, all ar ticles of the best quality used iu the Dagui rreotyi* process.? His Triple Compound of Bmmiue is a superior preparation, and is now iu general use. lie has also ou haud tlie Hungarian or liermau Accelerating Liquor. Cameras of his own manufacture as well as French and tfi r tnan ones. Tun Herman Cameras sold at this establishment will be warranted genuine. Orders from the couu'ry for any articles used in the art will be promptly and carrfully attended to. mb lm*rro iLUMBfc DAUIJKKKIAN OALLKKV AM) PHOTO A URAPII1L' PKPOT, 861 Broadway, corner of Murray st (ovur Triiuey a Jewelry Store,) awarded the Medal, four first Premiums, and two ' highest honors," at the Kntiiliition at Bos ton, New York aud Philadelphia, respectively, for the best pic tures and apparatus ever exhibited. Superb likenesses, of all sizes, taken iu any weather, on satis factory terms. MAv MRS. CARROLL'S MEDICATED VAPOUR BATHS, 3!ii> Broadway. NY persons have heard of the efficacy of Mi*. Carroll's Vapour Baths as a remedy for and as a preventive of colds, influenzas, rheumatic affections, Ike See. Although its k-nr hts in Such cams cannot be overrated, it should not be fo.got ten that as a luxury the Vapour Bath is iinive.sally preferred to every olh-r mode < f bathing Many are dilerred from trying it from theerronencs idea of its being a formidable operation at tended with incoiiermence iu 'he administering?No bath can be mure simple, aafe aud pleasant than the V..p"ur Bath as givrii at 'Vrs. Carroll's establishment. Borne, coutrary to the principles of phyiiology (ml common sense imagine that there is danger of taking cold after a bath; the circulation by the ef fect of the bath it rendered uiure active and ill - sum is betler eu ali'ed to ;rsilt the intlgeuce of!he almosp lerr?hence the idea of catching cold after a bath, is absorb. Open from six iu the morning till 9at uight. Pottable Baths aeut to any part of the city. Sulphur Baths requite one hour's notice. *?? The'Kaths will be rrmovei removed 1st of May to 181 Fulton at tin rre AEOLIAN PIANOFORTES. VTUNNS tk CLARK having purchased the patent right for J-v "Coleman's AColiau Attachment to the Pianoforte," for the entire United Bftrs, (excepting Massachusetts.) announce to the public, that they are now prepared to supply Pianofortes with this improvement attached, or to attach the same to any modern made horizontal Pianofortes. In regard to the durabili ty of this invention. N. St C. are prepared to satisfy the most prejudiced mind, their own critical examination andexpeii incms warrant ihein in the assertion, that the " A'oliau" will remain iu tune in any climate, and it will not be affected by transitions of atmosphere. The most satiafamory warrantee is given with each insiiument. The public are invited to examine the "Aisilian Pianofortes" at their ware-room, No 184# Umadway, opposite the Park, where also may he fonud an assortment of b, CX and 7 octavo Piano fortes. both ill rosewood and mahogany c isas. m2S Cm* re NEW SEEDS. THK SU BBCRIBKHH have received bvateamer Cambria and ship Notlhumberlaud, all the new and choice annual, bieu uial and perennial Flower Seeds, with figured plates of many of th-m, ill order that our customers aud the public may select wilh facility such as they may be pleased with. We also offer i them in small or large packages, erch of which will contaiu some of the inost beautiful kinds, as low as they can be pur chased elsewhere. We have also a lar.e stock of the most : choice Vegetable and Crass Seeds, together with a large assort ' Fruit and Ornamental Tree* and Shrubbery, Omen meutof I House aud Herbaeeons plants of every description, for sale ou the lowest terms, nnd all warranted as looresented. Those in want will pleaae call and lodge for themselves, at the new Seed store nnd (>onstrvatnry of DUNLAP tk CARMAN, a4 2w*ee 635 Broadway. COACH MAKING. NOTICK?Practice makes Perfect?Tlie snbrcriber -a having devoted himself for the last twenty years, enlitely to the Coach Making business, ill ell its various branches, he feels fully satisfied ihat h< is able to give every satisf.ctiou iu any style of Carriages that may he ordered. Refereuce can be giveu in any part of the city as it regards his work. AH kinds of Carriages done up aud repaired iu the best maimer. Light Wagons aud Carriages censtantly on hand, for sale. Second hand Wagons taken in exchange for new onei or others. C. BAMCALOW, 157 Fourth street, ap4 2w*te n>ar6tb avenue. CONGRESS COLLAR. BKAUTY CF 8TYLF. and elegance of fiuiah unequalled before.?Our now style lof Collars, which have long been wanting, are now issued, and are to be louud at the mannlactU' er's only, at the old stand <>l MARSHALL'S only Troy Shirt Depot, 90 Chatham street, New York. All orders should la tent at the earliest date, as this pattern will in all probability revolutionise any ityle ever l>"fore got up in this market. Re member, at the old stand of Marshall's, 90 I'hatham street, N. Y. No second price, on any consideration. N. B ?We here also maiuf ctured a large quantity of those iiewityle 47 Pleat Shuts, which cannU be found iu theci'y. As the pleats are all towed down, it will obviate the difficulty Ju i oning them. ap4 lm?ec NEW YOilK HOTEL, 7X1 Broadway, New York City. HMIIS ufw and splendid establishment opened on the lot ol f December last, situated in (he moot fashionable quarter of the city, is now in full operation, 'i he entire front on Brood way, between WosiuuBtoii and Waverley Places, has been or ranged in suits ofaiwrunents, and lurritliedin the most tastejul aaae ley,tilt manner lor the nccooimodation of families and siu gle gentlemen, and no poms will be spared to render the most perfect satisfaction to all who may f*vor the house with their patrousge. It will be conducted on the European and Ameri can systems combiued. leaving it optional with persons to lake meals at Table d'How, in private parlors, or a la carta, as may suit their convenience The location of the house, the great number of large and beautiful parlors, the spacious and aire halls, render it a most desirable residence for those visum, (the city either on business " M I LLi: - or pleasure. J H BtLLINGtk Proprietor, mt lm*m B. MONNOT, Restaurateur. HOBE'S PATENT EXTENSION DINING TABLES, WITH METALLIC SLIDES, long known as tlie most durable, couveuieul and elegant of Extension Tables manu facturrd: warranted to run easy constantly, and not to be alfected by dampness or warping of the wood. A large assort ment of choice patterns, suited for private parlors, hotels,steam boats, lie., together with a general assortment of Cabinet P ur uiture, always on baud, at the VVar*roomi, Nol40 Grand stnet. corner of Elm, where the public is respectfully invited to call sud examine. inrl lm*rc Orricg or thc Nouwich fc Worckstfu H H. Co. ] [Norwich, March 31, 1845. Railroad ' 'ompany are notified to attend a Special Meeting to be held at the office of the Company at Norwich on Wed nesday, the 9th day ol* April next, nl 3 I*. M., to take iutts consi deration the accepituee of "an act of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to i.ulhouxe the Noiwich Ik Worcester Rail cesltr It Nashua Railroad Company,'' and also to act on any questions c.nnrcted with the interests of the Company. Bv Oid, r, J. W. 8T0WELL. Clerk. al 8t rc MARIKLLE & HOLDERMANN, No 37 MAIDEN LANE, N. Y. vf ANUKACTLKKltS and Importers of Ornamental llair ?I'd. Work, Wigs, Toupees, Banua, Curls. Seams, ilaidea* Hair, cm) a new style ef Everlasting Curia, and all kimlaof Hair Work, wholesale and retail. N. B.?The trade supplied ou teasouable terms, ret lni*ee If K. COLLINS k CO ,M South street, have ou hand, in ?'? store, which they offer for sale ou reasonable terms, vix:? TWINES?200 bales Bridport Heme, Herring, and <Jill Net Twinea, comprising a full assortment, from 3K to 36 hs ; also, 9 his. 3 thread Hail Twin". COPPER?100 cases English Bheatliing, manuficlured with the greatest care, from the beat ore, comprising a full as m aortmeut, from 14 n 32 ot; also, lease Bra^ieis, 24x41 in and IK ox. COTTON DITCK-200 hales American Pilot Duck,. lilt', from No I a 5. Iiil'.l . . SHEATHING I'Al'EK?40 cases and rolls of the celebrated "Poocock" Adh-slnve Kelt, for ihi|>a' Itottoms, roofs of lionses, kc SUGAR?10(1 blids prime N Orleans. HE.VIP?301) hale. Missouri dew rot, super.or quality 27 biles water rot, extra quality I'ORK?200 b.irirls Mess. 200 do Prime. 30 ilo Clear (lUANO-50 tons Icbahos, in hags and barrels. TOBACCO?27 hoses "Swernyh Lewis,''mauufhcturej. m9 PHILADELPHIA. Eel.ruary 2?th, 1843. Ctl AKLEH CAMBLOH. 1 iiiiiikkT JOHNSTON It CO ROBERT JOHNSTON,tlloUKKI JOHPiniorg * u. STOCK EXCHANGE awn COLLECTION OFFICE, No. II Moi'TM Tmiud St , orrotirg ro run MuiiHanic'a ? Bang, PHII.aDvi.PMie Dealers in Uucurrenl Bank Notes, Relief Notes, OulJ ainl Silver Cow, kc. Drifts, Notes and Bil's collected with despatch, oo fivor'blc teruu Ditfle on Hi. Louis, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Ballimoee, Nrw

York, Boslou, kc., constantly for s.,le. All orders lor thc purchase and sale of United States Govern in-ut, Hfate, City or Incorporated I Vs Loans, auil rveri ilescri' lion ot Bank, Insnranee, Kail lload and Canal < o.'s Stocks,? tendril to promptly and with care, at the Boaid of Brokers. REFERENCE* William ration, Jun. Etu., Cashier, Philadelphia. I cull k Thompson, do Buck k Poller, do Mnrgsa, Buck kCo., do David H. Brown k Co. do Eckel, Hiusngler k Raignel, do Mercer, Brother k Co. do ft8lm*gz WILHON'8 HOTEL AND DINING-ROOMS, Pfo. S Gold street. Mew Y4irk. (?.are: thc cai.KDonia). ' ENRY WILSON (of Brooklyn) begs to inform his friends ' sod the public generally, lliel he wilf op.-u the above named establishment on MONDAY, the loth of Much, 1843. Ths house has been thoroughly r-'p.aiisl and pcw|y fnrnished in evuy department, ami the ve. y best of svory description ' f liiioors, cigars winn, dotnwtrc and im|>one(l alei and porte. Will b? provided. Ail Onliuary will be served tin every day frcm 1 to 3 o'clock P. M.; and Refreshments will be furnished at any hoar during the day and evening. f28 linj ~ r it EN OH CHINA. AND GLASS WARtT" FGERARDIN, Commission Merchant, 13 J,altu street, up ? stairs, has just received on consignment,and offers for sale, wholese nr retail, a splendid assortment of the above articles, comprising?Plain white and rich fancy decorated Uinirig Sets: Dessert, Tea and Hupi'sr Sets; Toilet Beta; single Caps and Mngs. with inotlos; Cologne Bottle Kignreg; Tele a lete Hets, Iic., lie. Also, plain and rich Cut Glass Decanters. Water Bottles, Cslerjy^ Bowls, Preserve Dishes, 1 amblers, Goblets, Wine*, ' Astral and Solar LampShadrsaud Globe*. ;[ >? Orders for Cut Glass Ware. Gilding and Painting ou China Ware, to match auy |?ltero, executed promptly. ft5 lm*rc . H EMF-*. bale, superior Dew Hoc Gut.ale b^ <;o > I tec ? M South strait I Meeting of Infidels, Yesterday. About thfe or fourccoro of < iacreet auii discern ing looking individuals, took ilieirseatd iu Nation al Hall, yewterday afternoon, and said nothing for fully half an hour. There were but two females present, who, at length, got together, and passed the heavy moinrnis uway in ra'.hiran animated conversation, the subject o! which, it is to be re gretted, was uot audible. When the audience waB pretty well fugged out waiting, Mr Vaii. ascended the rostrum and spoke lor some time in rather an indistinct manner, observing in the first place, that the body to whom the title ot Infidels was applied, had little to do with it themselves j its bestowal was quite gratuitous, just as that of Yankee was up. plied to a portion ol the American people ; arid in such cases, it triquemly huppened that names be stowed were taken awhy alter they had become reapictdble und dignified by thu owners, aud so it ought to Ito iu their erne. Tits leroi lufi lei m its general acute, meant merely on unbeliever ; it wus appli .it by the Ma hometans to those whe did not believe iu their religion? by christian* in a like sense, and by several otuer bodies ol meu, too. Ill that si-lite of the leim.they were mo?t de cidedly inlldi-n, bui in (he higher und philosophical sense, tbey were alio luliJul* (<s net holding those tuiints or ciseds imposed upon men by supaistitiou, or discard ing those tallies inculcated in the nursery and by thr schoolmaster. Having arrived at manhood, they thought for themselvis, and iu that stn-e were certainly deserving of the nume of lufileW, and like all ether rational men tbey refused to believe in the adoption or imputation of a religion ; but thuy had so much of Chris tianity in their system as to "try all things?held fast that which is good.'' There were lur more such than was thought, and the half of tho?u who declaimed against oil hut Christianity, did not understand or respect eithe. ; their, religion consisted of atti nding church as they would their butiuess ; the merchant went to it with the same feelings as be went to the Exchange?to make as much as he could out of it. They were reviled and held up to scorn, and told In qucutl> that they could net hold together were it for no other reason than the foolish doc triue they inculcated ; their principles had been misrep resented by men, who were silly enough to think that be cause they did not go to church regulurly, and profess to believe what uoue understood nor practised?they were infidels, unbelievers, und all the rest. It was said, too, that they were nominally christians ; but admitted, that they wero so, they were not going to be so any longer ; they were,Just then, going to take u step to obviate that dilliculty, and give their reasons lor becoming a distinct body hereafter. Thuy were uooui to present a command ing and resolute frou , and for doing so they would be de nounced by those very men who upbraided them now for being nominal christians ; but this would be but short lived. Once they organized, Unintelligent and the edu cated would join them ; the business men would be with them, for it was a well-known fact, that by far the greater pot lion of tqe talent, the learning, the intelligence ofthe country, ware unbelievers, and only waited for the mo ment ore they joined it. Not one ot those men who went to church, not for the beiieti' of the thing, but tor the look oi it, to gratify their iatniliss, and conlorm to a re spectable custom?would stay away from them. These might be called the dead weight party, for just as such a party existed in politics so did it in religion ; they formed tbe body?the fauatics forming the soul of a church. This ?lead weight party professed religion, and went to church three times a day, solely because it was respectable ; but whenever the infidels became organized, notorious, issh ionshle, and respectable, they would be joined by whole hosts of such christians, lie recollected one Sunday meeting an acquaintance, who was reputed us a very tsncere Methodist; they had a chat and a long walk together, und ns it was the time ot church service, he ob served to bis tiiend that he thought it strai gethnt he neg lected church and preferred a walk ; the other replied that he did not leel anxious about going, as he thought he could gain as much in conversation as by sitting in church, and that at best he only went to it for the sak t ot example, und not tor any good there was in it. Then, again, they were vory certain to have a Urge class that might justly be styled tools?Without which they could do very well it was true ; and on this topic he might re mark that it was singulai how mauy Uureweie in this aud other large cities who were guided in their actions by curiosity?who go with the crowd no matter whether it be to church, the theatre, or any otuer place The pre sent state ofthe world was very anomalous ; it exhibited an amount of knowledge (ar in advance of the existing in stitutions?particularly those of religion. In Europe the institutions were before the people; here, the people were in advance of their institutions ; for although the ioipor tauce of education was spsktn ol and recognized, it was a fact that their learned establishments, coin ges, uud acu demie* were the most unsuperable obstacles to the spread of science; were checks upon philosophy, and lues to truth ; so that it might be said that the bulk ol the ; tuple were superior to the learned Doctors who proiesscd erudi tion in these colleges, because they sought truth fiom the strength of theii own minds, aud the lorce of commun sense ; and they were the authors ot any valuable disco very ot science, although the literati took good care to ap proptiate itto themselves, by subsequent but better pub tubed claims. Such wus trua in the case cf Davenport, a poor working blacksmith who discovered the Galvanic Magnet, long before the learned ever dreamt of it. The religion of the day from which it was sn alleged crime to aiseent, first' assumed a revelation, and then made all '.heir docuines in accordance with that; and whatever difference exists on other matters, all sects agree in sup. pressing enquiry on tlsu subject; but what was the fact I At the present moment nearly all educated people look upon religion as s humbug ; the greater part of practical business men know better than to be gulled by it. but still, fjr the sake ol convenience, tbey lei their families go on | as iiuuil, thinking it the ea-dest way to save time and jog along au others through tbe world. He: would repeat ji it?the mass of the intelligent hud the wealthy of this euuntry were iufiiels. Such I oeiug the statu of tho world now, a lew of them had been asking each otnir why thuy should not have a Con vention f He believed it was quite practicable and quite desirable. At first thry might not have mauy preaent tiut they would go ou, aud lucreaseiaud multiply .until, in a lew yours, they Would comprise a veiy numerous uud influential body. Tney hud but to make a beginning. Some time ago a Finance Committee had bteu lotmed, und it was that Committee who had called that present meeting tar the purpose ot showing what might be done for the advancement of the cause, and what they wanttd They did not propose to organize under any particular torm or name?whatever tueir wisdom might open upon wss a matter for deliberation. Terhaps the Krin of u library would be as good as auy ; at all events, the forma tion ol societies woull be found efficient iu tha support oi truth as well as error. A Mkmbkh?Would it uot bo well to stop hare and ap point r chairman, und organize the mcetn g. Mr. Vsil- it is uot necessary; lam going merely to .'xplain, as one of the committee w no called ihe meeting Mkmsks?1 cm mvarr, sir, you are chairman ol that committee, but uot o( that meeting, and 1 suppose every meeting has the power of selectiug its own officers iu u regular way. Mr. Vsil- i am rather sorry the gentleman interrupts ma in this way ; had he thought proper to apply to me in I private. I woald have given him any intoruiation I could. I There are good reasous for doing as wc are doing at this iur first meeting? who knows how many are opposed to as?who knows but there may be clergymen present I We want to organize prudeutly aud cautiously, and see that none are included hut those woo are siuc.i l? in wish ing well to the cause. When the business was transacted they could then oiganise and appoint any olflceru they please, and if the geiitl. m.in who had spoken was select ed, he would say nothing against it. (Cheers ) Mimbk*?I would not wish lo interrupt *hn meeting, but I would like to have it regularly oigauizid Mr Vail?Mir, this interruption may be well intended ui your part, but Msmhkk - Then I prinive yctl do nitwi-h to l.ear what I have got to say - vou wui not lisiwii to my ir.iso.us. Mr. Vail?ll the gaukitman premises to ha luief, I will give way for his explanation. iiei'V'm?'k' WiU UhB mv 0Wn ,ime?hir- ' VH wot to be dictated to by any person. *?.Mr Vol-Neither w.il I, s r ; I am sdJressing the meeting, and I will not give place to you. Vou may, then-lore, sit down;or il not,go out sir MtHsta ? Very well, sir; I will go out wiiin^.'tir1?'0Ur S"ii!bmen ;thu individual Will not thumb us longrr. ^ MiMca (walking cut.) You might hear more of this Mr Vail continued for n few minutes to explain the advantage of organizing into a epaiate body , ono ol which would be their fuller enjoy uu lit ol the absolute re lig.otts lib. rty which was established by the constitution otthu country, but which was often disregarded t" flis* case ol men who were objected to as jurors on the grounds of skepticism ; betides this, the buildn g of a hall and tin foi mation of a library would lollow their organization. Mr. I.i nzii-M followed, and suggested caution in tho choice of a name, as i Ifarts most disastrous had often been the result of names. In organizing, it was a matter tor re flection what litlo they should choose, if any. As to thnt ul rationalists, it would hardly lxt suitable, because that torm was already applied to three or four, if not more, sets of opinions Home of which admitted errors totally hostile to their (Infidel's) views. At all events, it would be better to have none than a bad name, end they could do without any if they had the spirit. Nothing could Is) more effective means of propagating their doctrines than agoodlibraty and the publication of tracts a method their op|?nerits, the christians, were sensible ol, lor they spent vast sums .or that uud. There was not a man among trie in but could do something ; if their doctrines were true it woull prevail. It was a talse principle to dis cuss a doctrine b?cause it was now ; their opinion \\m?, that it was their policy and du'y to examine clearly an I closely, and if a thing was true, then adopt it. Very lev tor k the trouble of thinking ior themselves ; they iound it mu b more easy and agreeable to condemn wlutfvir was new,whateverwas more or less than.thrir old notions To pr< p 'gate their doctrin- a, all tho means used hy chiit tians wen- within tjyeir reach. They could associate - t hey cotil I send out missionaries -they could establish peuodicala and difl'uae tracts-they Could edn rate their children in a rational way, without putting Bibles in their thands?without telling them <>i (lad, ot another world, until they had sense enough to undt ritsnd their flutiis in this. All those antiquated no ions they could afford to ilisoard, contenting themselves tq teach their children what was good?to never exclude those who differed Irom them; never to hate those who dissent from them; show them the beauty and harmony of nature, teach th?-m to love not only lriend? but all, and bate none; tbey would teach them that the world has liven enslaved lor thousand* oi years by Kings and priest crait, and that it was bigfi time to banish suck svtls, and have really peace, liberty, anil happiness. (Applause ) Mr. Vaii. then invited all peison* who were. dispcsi il to subscribe their names lor tneh n sum at money es they thought proper, anil they woulil ho regarded ua ot Liu body. A good number went forward and complied; the cash was paid down;a Chairman and decrelaryiweru appointed, and alio a Committee tf Arrang-uiiiuts to utteud to the regulations iur holding a Con v. ntion uhottly, at which it ii expected all the infidel* in the world who can attend, will be preient. 'Ilie unbeliever* then separated-entirely dubious ol the l'act of tbeir beirg thrre at all, the Treasurer ixeeut ad, who wai seen to button the |>ocket coutauung the money, to ahip it twice with hii open hand, and give sur dry other evidence* of faith in the fact that dol'ari and cents are realities, whether hell or Berkley 'a ideal philo sophy be fiction or not. From Oregon ?The Peoria Register given a let ter I root Mr. McCurver, giving the particulars ol business there Mr. McCarversays:? The harvest it just at band, and such crop* of wheat, barley, oats, pern and potatoi a, ure seldom, if ever to be seen in (Jit; States, thai ol wheat in particular?the stalks being in many instances as high as my head, the grains generally much larger?I would uot much exaggciutu to say they a e as large again as those grown east ol the the mciiu'ains. 1 he soil is good and the climate most superior, being mild the year round, and very healthy, more so than auy country I have lived in the same length of time. Produce bears an excellent price - pork 10 cents; beef a c-i.ts; potatoes, 40 cents; wheat, CI per hushel - Thise articles are purchased at the above prices with great vidity by the merchants for shipment generally to the Sandwich Islands and Hussion settlements on this continent, and are paid Cos mostly in store a and groce ries, the latter of which is the product of these Ulands, pailicrlarly sugar and coffee, of which abundant sup plies aro furnished. Wages for laborers are high?com u.ou hands are getting from one to two dollars per day, and mechanics from two to lour dollurs per day. It is with difficulty men can be nrocuri-d at these pi ices, so easily can they do better on their lurms The plains are i perpetual meadow, furnishing two complete new crops in a year, spring and fall, the latter remaining g t ea through the winter. Beet in killed from the grass at any season of the year. If you have any enterprise lilt, or if your neighbors have any, here is the place lor them. l)r. McLaughlin has just commenced a canal around the Willhameltu Kails, which lie expects to com plete in two years, at n cost ot thirty thonsnud dollars ? Our Legislature (the lower House of which I have the uonor to be speaker) which has just finished its session, granted the Doctor a charter for twenty years?he en tering into an agreement to complete the canal lor boats if thirteeii feet in width to pass in safety ;the whole to he completed in two yeurs r,s above stilted He bus a num ber of bands now engaged in its construction, sud ho d.mbts are entertained of hit ability to complete it. lie is constructing n large flouring mill, with four run of burrs, which will be ready tor business this fall. He has I l'ready two saw mills in operation at the falls. F.very tiling is flourishing in this country. Legislative Synopsis.?In Senate to day, the Committee on Railroad* reported in lovor i t the Assembly bill to incorporate the Troy and Grerubunh It. lilioR.l'Association Mr. Johnson wished the bill made a special order, but the motion was not lavorably r< guided by the Statute, and the bill finally went on the general orders. The committee on bank* and insurance compa nies reported the hill to amend the charter ot the City Kire Insurance Company of New York, which was read twice and rrfeired. The special order of the day, b. uig the New York and Albany Itailrrad hill, was then taken up, .?fid after several amendments being proposed, the commit ?ee rose without debate The same committee reported progress on the Northern Railroad bill. The bill in re lation to the Circuit Court of New York, authorizing said court now i ngeged in the trial of Polly Bodine, to hold its sessions on the day of the election, was then read a third time and passed. The Senate then went to the order of "Third Reading of Bills" ar.d a number of bills were read a third time and passed, and this order of business was persevered in, until the hour of adjournment. In the Assembly, yesterdiy afternoon, beyond the dis cussion of the act increasing the capital of the school fund, little businesecf a private nature wus transacted. This morning, two reparts, majority and minority, were wade on the several applications in relation to the eschea ted estate of John G. Leake. Both reports deny the cliim of the Scottish heirs, the majority recommend tbc inpiopriation of tbo estate to the commnn school fund, a'od the minority to the Orphan House. The report ol the committee ot the whole, was disagreed to, and pending a motion to reconsider, the House adjourned.?Jllbany Jit la*, Jlpril ft. Trade of Chicago ?During last season large stocks of merchandise weie laid in by the country dealers, who have reduced their proGts to but a living rate above Chicago prices. Merchants heie, likewise, in anti cipation of a largely increa-eu trade, bought heavy sup plies last fail, confidently expecting a pro-rata increase of Imsim sh cot respond i-'g with such increase of furmer years ?in this they were disappointed, as cau-es entiiely be >ond the control of the most prudent and far seeing, com bined to bring the aggregate ot goods Bold iu the city the present season within the limits of last year's operations, when it 9houid show an increase of at least 26 per cent ? i'he first, and perhaps the main cause c-f this effect, was he partial luilureot crops upon which dependence was placed. Produce statistics show a less amount this season 'ban last, shinned and on haiul to ship, siuco the last har vest. Secondly, Item the fact th it a large share of even this short crop found its way into the hands of country dcslers, in consequence ot the remarkable mildness ot the pant winter, rendering th- toads and thoroughfares to our city almost impassable, it being well known that with the t xceptmn of about three months, the roads bavo be- n in a most wretched condition, .'rem November, 1844, to March, 134.V?Chicago Journal. Supreme Court, Thursday, April 3?Strong vs Raymond, adm'x, tec. Motion that plfl' recover ii.zibU coat*, denied with coat*. Bailey ?t al ads Wilson and seven other causes.?Motion to set aside inquest and ?ubai quent proceeding# in all c{ these causes, granted, e. mdiuonally. Truax al-s Nichjls?Motion tor judgt si in case of nonsuit, granted, by di fault. Bean v> King. ? xY, lie.?Motion for leave to |>1 n to cmi ml pleading un der a mlc ot 1st Feb last, granted on tern a. Lyen ?t al ads Half?Motion to change venue, grant* d, by default I be People ex rel Colli r m The Board cf Sup* rvisors ol tiie CoUuty ol Duchess ?Motion for an alternative eianda u.uj, granted, ex parte. Kogitv, delendenl in crior, ads ilaignt, plfl in error ?Motion to quash wiit of error, granted, with coits. Bell v.i 8choonm?ker.?Motion by d ill lor judgt as In case ot nonsuit, granted, umeis pit! stipulate ai d pay coita. Cameron et al ad* Schoonmakar Order, that tbi? motion stand over to next special teim, with lilicrty to serve further papers. Smith et a vi llillia way ?Motion to nmiml the execution issued in this cause, granted, by default. Orant et al ads Troy City B.nk ? Motion tor retaxstion of costs?a portion oidered d"ducted. Bradner ads Gaibutt.?Mouon to change vc utio. denied. Aran. 4? The Judges of Niagara Common Pleas ads The People, exrelcookct al.- Order, that detts have until the next special tern to answer the alternative mandamus Chase et ul vs Chase et al ?Motion ex parte its petition, for Commissioners to sell premises, granted. In the mutter tit the rppiicstioa ot Courier vs Reidet al ?Mot on ? x parte lor certiorari, granted. Pike vs Power.?Motion to set aside default, Stc , denied, with coata. Livingston v* Phelps et al ?Motion to set aside default, St", granted ou trrmn. Brooks ads Wilgus. Mo tion for judgt as in case ol nonsuit, granted, by default.? Wood nas Peck.?Motiou to chuugo venue, denied.- M b my Jlrfui. Sac and Fox 11 auk Creed Reservation in Iiiwa.?This tract conlaine about 119,(MM) acrefl n( la id, and lie* innnediutely between the junction of the vliiaissippi and D> s Moinea rivers Tlio whole of the country is considered, in beauty and fertility, superior to any in Iowa. Its local iidvantagin in rtgaij to naviga tion and hydraulic, privibgt c aie v> ly gn at To KeohuU, which is in ati.d in the trnct, at the foot of the Lower Ka pids of the Mississippi, there is a Iree water romtntitiica tiou from St. Louis und the lowtr country at nearly ail : et;.<ons of the year, whilst above the Rapid*, navigation run be continued seldom more tlntn live or six mum lis ol the year. The Rapid* which ure about twelve mile* l e g, and haves great fail, running the whole length along tbu ea?tern pint ol the tract, affording an incalcula ble amount of water power. Keokuk is a brisk place cl biliiuess, and is last growing in popul.-tion and commer cial importance. The number u>' aettleis on the tract is at I reseu'. ulioul 4000. The excitement which exists among them, grows out ot the unsettled iiMture of the title to 'heir laud. There are a number at Riot thr?e distinct and amagonistical claim* to said lands, held mostly by merchants anil speculators,abroad. Suit* have be ucom tin need on two of those title* to quiet thi m. Tho settlers w iah to buy, but insist that the diller-nt claimants shall first demonstrate winch is the good title. In the mean time some ol those claimants, by their ngent*, instead ot waiting to let the lnts dntrrmiue who are the real owr > rs, have, on ^several nccasicns, imprudently endeavored by covert or forcible means, to pet possession ot he land, which has caused the excitement heretolorw existing 8f. Imut? Rrpoil*' , Sturcb is. !?oa t-reAMhka?Pitubnrgers have iairly go* their hands into the work ot itoti alisp building ? They are just settiug up the ututs and tigging of an itoti steam schooner, and an iron strsm revenue cutter, ond have commenced the building of another of 400 to A#0 tons gisasuitiment, intended (or a Pittsbuigh and St I Louis Packet. The Gairttr says the schooner will be completed soon, and will make the voyage to New Or buna hy steam, thence to New York, irom whence it is | expected she will clear lor 8t Pelersbuigh, Russia Km iwror Nicholas will then have a chance to inspect some Pittsburgh woikmanship? a port 4000 miles inland. The Mormons.?We learn Jrom the " Warsaw I Signal," tlirtt most ot the friends ot Rtgdon, who still r< main in Nauvoo, have been despoiled ol their pro perty, and live in constant fear of their lives. One el these, Elder Marks, a man ot wealth, fled Irom thnt city last w?ek, in the night. Other* arc, anxious to go, tint ire alt aid to avow it. A young man, a printer, ny th? u9me of Peck, well known in t^uincy, wa* knocked down uot long since, in the street# ol Nauvoo, and after b?i K shamefully abused, a t ucket ot tilth was poured over him His ofldnce was, in having said thnt he wished it were m tils power to prick the veins ol the " twelve " Iowa.?Mont of tho Iowa papers are opposed to eominginto the Union, because the Mitwoun river is not made the western boundary of the proposed State of Iowa, hy the act to admit her into the t'nion Besides, the people of Iowa seem to be anxious that thi it State shall lie equal with Missouri In area The probability Is that a majority will decide against the State Constitution, and iu favor ol remaining under a territorial government. Candidate* for Ckurtrr Officer*. Eccction?J'ueaday. April 8. UiroMMir. n/i'g. Dtm. Nalia. Dudley 8e <leu, W. K. Hararmeyer, Jau,ee Hanoi Al.Of.HMCN. Ward*. I Chin, llumr, John L Moon, ICS. Woodhull, J imea C. Btooeall, William Oale. 3 Egbert Bciiaon, lit;my Kicliirdacu, Unl P Wi-rd, 4 J \V. Ilut.bird, Jainea A. Dirrer, 8 mnel 8|?ik?, 'j Williim Adaina. Eiiauu.'l B Han, Jaiuea h'uaitb, 6 John P. H ut, 'i bourns K HeurT, Haivev Hnnr, 7 J II Hunter, 'J homo* < on aw, John A. Bunting, 8 8ylv'? Citduey, llich. T. < -Ginyion, William Tucker, U Aa? B. Meecli, 'I hrod'e Vantne, David E. Wheeler, III JohnOarr, B. J. Meterule, Jere.J. Dickiuaon, II John J Hill, (.liarlea J Dodge, l.en'd L. Johnaou, 17 N. B. Blum, Divid S Jarkauu, Audrew Mcl>owa?, l'< John CoLg*1,*, !) miel I). Bi igga, Thomoa Winship, II John T. A lieu, Thee 11. Tart an, Wilham 8. itoaa, .11 Wm. V. Ur.dj c'cciea Oillendrr, Wsldron B. Pott, 18 \ W. Broil,id, William He.iuuu, William E. Dodge, 17 Jacoo Acker, Craidall Hicli, Chicrlcs DcvOfl. AailSTan i Aluchmkn. 1 C. P. Houiihlon, LortNash, 2 Henry Until, , .) C. Alber'to*. Win. Everd-dl, 3 <1 M. OaJt-ii, David Hinda, C. 8. Hoe, ?1 K D. Hfdl, (i. 11. l icraer, J. (i Carpenter, 5 J Berrien, l.jm-n Caml.a .1. 8 ituckel. G O. W. Biianan, Jnliu Kooie, John !V1. (teed, 7 M. Morgan Jr, M.Pieice, John C. Boyle s, II J. L>. I'nca A.ch iMcllay, W. Blacktimie. !) J L. Dcidic, W Quael.enbuah, Herbert Hall, in K C. Overtoil, Niel tiny, Kraucia IJodine. 11 haac K. Jour-. , Jacob Miller. Lewia H. Wain, 12 Horace lireelcl, Thmnii 8|iattor?I, A. A. Alroid, 13 8 I'll ill i, >n, l\'?lli in Koberta, Cliatlea Aldeu, II 8. Wieks, Edwiu Nichols, laaac 8. Kmilli, li J.amea 1). Oliver, John 8. Ellison, Thomaa McKir, In <*. W Alirrt'iu, J. J.,V Wiatervclt, John W Howe, 17 Wm. 1 hillijw. W. H. Cornell. W. E.Palmer. Hour) E. Hull llJ Win. Bhaior are nloo democratic candidates tar A.Ji-.tant Aldermen in the Sixth, John Koote is the regular nomim e. Arthur 'Papuan is thu Abolition, and R Smith the Anti - l.iceiue candidate lor Mayor. T. , c?y Kifction Ine cuy ejection tnke8 place to-morrow, turn; is iiiucn speculation afloat u? to the probubic feL-U r/"e' Pol.ls vv 111 b'' held "s follows r,. ,R*T. Attu ~~~The PoJi for the Flint District of Ihp f/?* Ward, "hail be held at Thresher'* broad Street Hotel, corner of Broad Bud Pearl streets. ?| Tnt P?UI1''r!'n" s,,COi,J District cl the Frist Ward, shall be held at Peers Si Co's, No. 11 Bruadwuy. be^No lirCa]wayaUUttiCt0l lUeKi"t W*td' ,LaU ? Skc?Y> U'ahd ?The Poll for the Fitaf District of the Nassau strait' 1 be Ut Stcona Ward ??>'?!, No. 87 The Poll for the Second District of th.i Second Ward streets ?l houUlWfst "crner of Bcekmau uud Gold ? Tntao Waed.?The Poll for the First District of tin Third Ward, shall be at No. 31 CourtlancK ftleet I II? " !" tU? District of the Third Ward, 1*11 an P i at rso. 6 Biiclay str??.t. i the Third District of the Third Waid shall ho at No. ill Warren street Fourth Wi?n -The Poll lor the First Dist.ict ot th< rvllio War.1, ataall be at Bhakspearu Hotel, corner it AV illinm and Duano streets. .J,^r0!'ior a'co"'> District of the Fourth Ward reS Hall) COr"t!r ? "&<1 H,,nry str'*"' (Wmi Si ii? t '?ii I?1 L1,e -1 b'rd D>s(r'Ct of tfco Fourth Ward, sirect 0< 0'*"?e No. 82 Cherry i rtc PolJ for the Fourth Dirtrict of the Fouith Wan! ?hall he at No. 340 Pearl street, corner of Dover street, l.' r.K 1,0,1 lul 'be First District of the 1 'f'b Ward, shall be at !?7 Chapel street, i fnt,r?illl>r. thu St>cor"1 District ft the Fifth Ward nreels ' corner ol D,la'"' and Washington i. .To^if0Mfor-",e,7h'r^ District of the Fifth Ward* sh?U '-?atthe Marion House, No. IHA West Broadway * i ? m ". Kourth Districtof the Filth Ward, suuli *?6 at wo. v entry street s Sih'w^'u'Ti W PoU ?>r th" Fir*t District of the *th Ward, shall he at the Hook and Ladder' House rs atreet, opposite Palmo's. ' i Tii f Second District of the Sixth Wa d Thifn !i?? ?i ^,t0n Ho""'1 foeieg Leonard street. ba JrNo lMCcmrTsueeLWtnCt'?f,he ^ Wu"1' bR" The Poll for the Fourth District of the Sixth Wail dat! 6 American Hotel, corner ol Bowery d Bayard street, facing Bj>aid stru t. ocvssth Wian?The Poll for the First District ol il.e T^?nY','rill"a! N?" la? F??t Broadway lb' rhe Poll or the Second District ot the Seveut., Ward ?ball be at No. 141 Madison street waro, I he Poll for the Third District of the 8eventh Ward sliaUboatNo. 189 Cherry street. wain, The PoU for the Fourth District of the Seventh Ward eball he at No. 19 JeflV-rson street. D-?en>n wara, shTll^No ?/? ch^.t^nCt ?f ,hC S<SVenth W#tJ' th,i 8"6n,h i rfflPoU'?r tUe 8evenlh Distiict cf the Stvewh Waid shall be at No.68-2 Water street. ward, l s'JtuJu W*hd.?The PoU for the First Diatrict of the M?KW rtreei/ 8t souUlWe*t corner 01 Broome and ? hiJWS; vMSSSSS^ " "" "*Mh W" '. a.SL'S'i&.'Uassess??'a* ??-? ???. .hMMfjajsssi- w'"1 The PoU lor the Bixth District of the rivhik w . i sbaUbeattheno.theaitooriOT of Vandsm'and Hudson ^ Ward. J,?a!1N?or ^ hpf'Ka?SiCt ?' theEigUth W#rd' M?!eT?r VVan*T.\"e Poil lor l,ie First District of the I'hr ,'ofi'r* f!i ue &t ?? 648 Greenwich street, i 'nt ! v ^ 8econJ Disuict ot the Ninth Waid .lull tw at No. 27A BJeicker street. ' I ? at No B7aw?kihir.d D,,trict'bP Ninth Ward, shall ' n ,?V street, corner of Amos street v/nl. ? . fourth Distiict of the Ninth Ward ?p, ? ?ou'b-east corner of Orave and Fourth streets' be st No? 732 W !h^'ft? DUl,,cl 0< tllB Ninth Ward, shall II ,T , Washington stree;, corner oi Bank street ? r0L' ' 8ixtb Disuict ot the Ninth Ward, shall stioef corner ol Urecmwich Avenue and Amor. I '.thW^^Ti'ii? P?.11 ,or th? First District of thi l .lb Word sbi.ll be at No. 26 Deltticy street. . !u tw. ?t ! Jtortb?B?coud District ol the Tenth Ward, i . c"r *?U e,Ul C0ll,er of Broome and Eldiidge I he Poll tc r the Third Diatrict ot the Tenth Ward ahail Vh n V,a;"l\Hi,U' i4i Walker atreet. ,, ,.| ! Foulh Dl,tr'?' ol thu Tenth Ward, M:..ll Ihi at 64 Heater, earner ot Ludlow atreet. I \w ?Cil tor 'b? F'ftk Diatrict of the Tenth Ward, sball ^ at bupenntendent of Street.'Olttce, ,ear Easex Mar r Wa?o?The Poll for the First Diatrict ol the ho at No i17 8??nton .tree-. . i ' iiK-.V i?r 5?COUJ Diatrict ot the El. venth Warn ahull be at No. 5b Houston atreet. ' " "??-? -.?avtrnsarBassr" "* .iTJXtzXSSSJK"" """ T !pr the F,r,t "'?'riot 01 .he sonviHe. e al ,h* Bouse of John Reed at Har ai liu,.r!|,,!fr.,beSeCfnd U'"trict of the Twelfth Ward, at tbe hoiiR? uf John Kiirrinftun. cornei oi Thu I Aw-nue and One hundred and twent" ninth . tree, iNiaussTH Waan-Tbe Poll ioi the First Diatrict ot Ti-kteenlh Went, shail be at No. 3 Hester street a .11 h ? ?.i i?r i?" ' D'"tricto1 Xhirti. nthWnnf. a.iuU !??? ul No. 196 Uelancy street. , p?ii'or the Third Diatnct ol the Thiitoenth Ward. FP.ili bi- at No. 460 (imml stmt( (he Poll f?r the Fourth District of the Thirteenth 'V ord, shall ho al No. 546 (fraud street. Fou?T*k,TH Wsan.-The Poll lot the First District of rnole!?rn,th ^"ri1, *ha" b* at No 8Pr" * "r?4'' do roll [or the h.cond District ol the Fourteen th Ward, shall be at No. I Spring atreet. '""rievi th I he Poll for th>' Third District of the Fouiteenlh Ward sball be at No. i?n ora?d atreet. ""?'n'n ward, I he Poll for the Fourth Dis rict of the FoniltentL . dOrlod sireeu Bron,,W83r "onse, oonwr of BroMway ? Li"h!l0l.V?hthC.,r'nh Uiatric' ??>e Fourteenth Ward, a re it Fourteenth Wutd Hotel, No 9M Grand ,or the First District of ssajsis.- ?- *-? -? I . !n h.! u,",IOr H,,<"on^ D?trlct ol the Fifteenth Waid, .. i n onatitution Hall, No Udd Broedway. I, \ ii ,"Jor. ,b" TlurJ District ol the Fifteenth Ward, " A. Kerr's, corner of Broadway and Aster I idee, entrance iu Astor Place. ni.1,011 lor lhe Fourth District ol the Fifteenth Ward, . at the Tiorthwcjit corner ol We?t Wathinfion I'. ice and McDougal atreet. * SiiTxrist n W**u? The PoU lor the Firat District ol ihn Sixteeutly Ward.rshail be at No. 99 Eighth Avenue. , ' B? Poll lor the Seeond District of the Sixteenth Ward shall be at the northwest corner ot Third Avenue and' 1 wentieth stre, t The Poll for the Third District of the Sixteenth Ward all he at the northeuat corner ol Ninth Avenue on! I *?ntyluat stm t The Poll lor the Fourth District of the Sixteenth Ward , all be at tne home of James S?lme?, Ninth Areune !>*?' i h" i' ?'id rTw,I1'y-a*veuth sti eets ni'stiVl .J District ol t .e Sixteenth Ward, !,.! ,rh? Co,rKl of Fouith Avenue and l ivoi.ty rev. nth atreet. 9K??r,TK?a,M Waai.?Tho Poll for (he F.rst Distnrt ' ir ",h Ward, ah .11 b,. at N? 216 Bow.-.y, lhe loll for the Second District ol the Seventeenth iw ' *. ,l * at No" 1,(8 Orchard street ii- i u lor "*? Pbird District ol the Sr.vent. en'li ?> .ml, shall be at the Long licoat, junction of Hoiieto . ' <t Firsta atreet* I'hn Poll lor the Konith District ol the Seventeen,h H srd, shall be at No. IS I bird strei t. The Poll for the F.lth District of the Sevente. nib Ward, shall la, al No 44 Thud Avenue. The roll in the said a. vera) F.lec'ion Di, iricls shall bo <>|>eo?d at sunrise, and shall he kept open till the lettu x ol the sun j and no ii.IJouriim. ut or lutermiasion whai. v?r ?ball take place until the same be closed.

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