Newspaper of The New York Herald, May 25, 1845, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated May 25, 1845 Page 1
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m HX? Jti w K II E A *L D. \ Vol. XI., Ho. KS-lVkolo 400*. NEW YORK, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 25, 1845. Pries Two CioU. THE NEW YORK HERALD. J.MIS COIiHtt BKKXKTT, Proprietor. Circulation?forty Thousand. DAILV HERALD?E?ary day. Priaa ? ?wU per ?opy?$7 i* per WM-payable in adTaaaa. WEEKLY HMtALD?twy ?et?r4ay?Price#} oents par copy ? ?* 11. uuti par annum?payable in advance A 0 V K RT f 8 EM EN TH at the utul prices?alwa) ? eoih in a^nace. PIIINTINO of all Eiudf executed with beauty and dt(|tatch. *7- All lctte<-i ?> ce?marueetion?, by mail, addreiaed to tkw uataliliabmeot, mint be poit paid, or tha peitage wUi !>? >ie lucted from tie mhasriptioa money raauttad JAUk* GORDON IENNETT, P?f>r?itv?? ?r rut New Ten Buili E(t*bliihmii!?t Northweit aoraar of k'ulten tud N'attm ?tre?.;? TO WESTERN TRAVELLERS. ssmma t.V'kl'S# ?*.' PI'>N i.iU PACKET LINK, From Ptuladalpaa ta PiMi>argk via tha Panaafivaai* Hail rook and t'aMl?tbrassgk ia 1% day*. Tka akov* Im* ii uaw in Tall a, aratioa m>4 nfm jrraat iaducaaa*la ta parson* wko winli a I'Immm uiod* of tavafliac (a iha want. Tha oar* are brcilt ia tha Boat approved aodan atyla, the boata are fitted up ia a aaaarior aaanar and avary effort ia innle ky tlie |jni|iri?co.-? 10 aoadaca to ika comfort aad eoiivaaiauce of traveller*. 'I'laa saaaary aa tliia roata ia uarivallad, and 1)10 Seat cliaie uf Paaaaylv aaia iataraal iaprovaaeuta 11 wall wor y <>f t ei <f aaan. 1'. 1 ihia r. aia Maia |in avoid all th? falifaaa aad dangers at taadaat upon stage travalliag, aad at the saaie time make*u at pe'liroea trip. The caia laeee ovary aoraiagat 7 o'clauk. PaaaanJen are aj viaad to a?**ge ihatr ? tin at Philadelphia Office in Ptiihdal phia N. T. ooraar ar rkaeaat aad Fourth atresia. and it Ni?. 13 aid l:'i South Third *4*. A. CUMMINGS, Ageut. Ph.Uda i.kia, May IT. Mi. Fur laforaatioa. ia the aity of New Tark, apply ta B. II. KMaCLL, Anat lar D. LEECH k C6.'71iaa. 7 Waat at, N. H. ay<7 <ta rrt ALBANY AND BUFFALO RAILROAD OFFICE. No. 59 COURTLANDT STREET. VOTICF. TO IMMIGRANTS. . The S*e?cnh?ra, Sole Aeent* ia New . Vork.fiw fWrwnrd. if pnaaengera by aa ? coed cIm* cara fiaia Albany ta Buffalo, are ??.a lad ta *eid theai per People'* Line Steereha In u> Al b.,ay, uea theeaa, par flail.-oad, to Utiea, for $2 08; Syr/icua*. ii 1H; Aahura, |1 IB; Reenter, (4 61; Buffalo, $5 39 Chil rea from 2 to 12 faua aid, at half priee; nad r 2 yeara (Yee: and alter toe 13th laaiaat, all haggage oa tka Railroad ia esititaly fraa. All iafeit?*tina aa to diff-raat rentaa aivea gratia, and pasaea |fii ferwardad ta aaary part aa Laka Uitaria aad apper Lake* at the lowaai retaa 1\a aabacrihar* would aall partiaalar at taatioa to tha feci feat THEIR TICKETS ONLF ara raaog ait-4 at the oEaa al Alkaay. WOLF It RICEERS, Na. J? taurtlaadt a waat, Sola tjaa* Alhaav k BaEalo Raitread, Id alaaa ear*. New Yark, fcb April, M43. at la*ac change of hour. ' UNITED STATES MAIL LINKS TO BALTIMORE. PHILADELPHIA, W1LMINNGTON AND BALTI MORE RAILROAD LINE. Via '"heater, Wilai^oa, Nawark, Elkton, Harra da Graaa, lie. Tkfm+k in H%m H?uri?Par* %t. Ua *?* altar Mn-<day aart. i4ay lj)ik. layliiiijtha Car* will leata the Depot i'er?er ?<* i!tk aad Uavkat street, daily (axcept Sunday) w s A'claak A V tka lia?* leaviaj at 4 P. a, aud half paat 16 P. VJ.. kei^ aarantiaMd altar ikat data. This Liaawiilbaea laitiniora for Fbiladalphia, *t#a'aloak, A. U NEW CASTLE AND ERENCHTOWN RAILROAD AND ETRAMBOAT LINE TKt*%mK in Baaan H*mr??Far$ $9. Oa tad aft* Ma Jka -MK. May !ltk. tha staaakaat RODERT MORRIS, ' 'apt. D.jwaaa, Will laava Dock *traa( wharf >Uily, (except Ma <a^t,) at HI |aal3o clack. P. M., umtaad of 0 A i;. r\ ha.?jTo?? Thu L.aa iaaraa Etiwly's wharf, Baltiaiara, for PUiladalphia, at 7 P. M. RITNDAT MAIL LINE. Tlta <?a!y L?%a lor E?it:aaie oa Banday laaraa the Depot, corner of I :? a?d Maikat atjaa*. at 4 odark, P. M. FtElOHT PAlWINtJi^l TRAIN. Vara ta Rafciaon M aaiM. A Paaii a><i C*r ar^ahai >? tka Fraifht Tiaia, will laava thr L eper cor.ir I lab aad Mai%et atraat. daily, (aicapt Itanday) at iaclai'k, P. M aad ??k Balriaare *t aa aarly hour next aiirau^. <t. H BLDDiLL. Afaat at Pb.laddphia, I'a. for 1 a> liaar partiaalaja, ?ppl y to GEO. P. FISHER. Agait, my 10 Ir* re No. 17 Wall straat, or 6 Waat atruet. FROM BOSTON TO PHILADELPHIA IN A DAY. wwa Tllf. ItAIMavaa ib< LOMG ISLANu KA1L1IOAD are aaw aaraa^ad far )>???* ta laata Baacaa at 6 a'clock aai arrive im New Varkat 4, aa w? tha oaaa la?t eraaiag; a"d mkt tba Pa>lidai|Aia traia at ^aartar baf.ua 5, and arriv there at II P. y\ ?iy26tf nrmmr.it untungement. LONG ISLAND RAILROAD COMPANY. 1 It |V? RIT* AB FOLLOW* : Fr?m Wv?kifm Acroa?a-A?naaTiaai fa AM aid 4 P. M. for Hieksyilla aad >aia aedxaptaeaa Aad aa Tuaadaya, TharaJayi aad 8a( tardayt, Jin a?h ta 'f aaa^irt at A M, jTiam (irrmvl ,">aja?;? 13oaiea 'jWa, Arl*. Saartaya eieeptarf, at e'alock P. M., ar 00 tka an.aal uf ikaataaaara fraa Norwich. Acco?ia<>da(iaa Tata?At ?.% A. M., aa Moudaya, \\ edaea dayaaaa Fn4i?a. iVrw mi kr>tUt Dtp?t? Aenar>DiaSatiaa Trata for Braaklya?At 7 A. M aad 1,S P. M , da.lr, KaaAaya aaaaaMd. . Tlie li.ietua Taa atu? aaly at Pkraiafdala aad Bt. Gaorge ? llinir Tka Acoawadatiaa T*iaa atop at tha fallawiat plaaaa aa rlic r.iad, (wiaa koth ways lo raaaira kiid daliva uaaaaa ^aati'd* D?ar Park 17 Rati New ' ark lJ>a 1 0n Race Coena 15* Saff?.lk Statioa 112 Trei.! t?f i oarte Lake Eaad Statioa 131 Jai^a.i'a . If* Hpdio,d Stetiaa 1 60 Uratliv "a Miliaria 162 litda Paik, ]7*?'.?a ... *4 St ' leatra't Maaat 1 7J Clfw*T.?, (dariag ia- Rirarkaad 160 sica ( narf!) 44 Jaaapart 106 Braai'k 44 Mattetack I 66 Caile Plaaa M Catchaa?a 2 W Waa'ary M kaathold 112 Lick.Tila- M Graaaport I *> Fa.-a'^r^aia W u. tIS t rro N!?VV YORK AND IIAKf.EM RAILROAD CO ae^ SLMMER ARRANGEMENT. Oa and after vlo id><y. April 14th, IMS, tha ?ai'* will run a? followa:? T."are City Hall far I<eare City Hr.ll Ferdheai ?.-,d WU- for White Pliiija. " ~ ' 7 80 A. M. 10 U6 a 0H P. Irl. 3 00 Laara Willmaa' Laura White llridf* for Plains for City Hall. City Ilall. 7 IS A. M. 7 10 A. M. 7 40 10 16 10 16 I 10 P. M. 2 40 i 10 i 60 i 10 7 :il T'ie Km flit Tnii will leave White PUinaat7 A. M., ud Hh f'il? !l? I at I 46 P M Tor the pri-<ent all Im ari _.NE OF rTTTTTS LIVERPOOL TO NEW YOHK. Utfitter. liurthtn. Ship. Curtain. ????. torn. SEA V, f?1wsrd ?n H00 llllr':rv p. P.Norton ??2 1*0 CORNVI.IA. F M. French.. . 10(0 1700 Vi.?:p;iis C. H ColBa 796 144MI OHIO . 11 I .van 7*6 1370 TWtOI.INTA 1 (?.Smith ?04 1166 REI'J ML ....... ...J.C. Lnea 676 I27S UKN PARKMILL.. A. M'Rowa..... 374 1136 Tb t are ?!! la* alaaa NaaYork bnilt shiaa, of tha eho reat aad heat mawrwla aad we.l hrwa aa remarllahly tat tailera Thra r' riinaa|*ai?BSa af lotgei^erixaicaaid nantiral jntl? ment, aad well ac?aa>a?d ia tha trade The cabins are fitted up bandanrnely aad aoaaa*! oaalv for aabia paaaenffen. who ?r? found with aaarv thiaf eieept lienors and winea and the rates ate fixed at an'?aa ^aiaaaa each. Tbe aernnd cahina and at?-r a*ea ar? lofty ad ai?r, a^d every way adapted to promote the rot ifcu ar d haalM cf paaaaa?ai> at a chap rate, Audiog thair ovr 1 r'toriauiaa.aaaa# bradatnC?. 1 I e appoiatad Jpr* of aailiag will he itrietly adhered to.? Freight of fiaaaoui* ky iliialiaaWs it ton. Apply to C. G?IM8HAW It CO., 12 G('tee Pitzzaa, Liverpool P.-rao ? wiio may wiali to have t'oeir frwuli come out by ,viy af (lie rlwira aaaail favorita alupa, <? ao aei :ir? their paa^aac iiy apjlj..?.,i MA.V! EL THOMPSON, 1 Old 1 uiuliiklietl Paaisae OfSre, aK, * 271 Pear; atreet a 4 r>i il-OK? GR(tAT Bhi i AIN AND ?tf SL'lv IP ? LAND?Pars' 1 wiahing taramit mo ri Vi vav to 0 ?? ? lria> da 1* ?-iv part of d. l.alMit, RcotMad or Wtira.aaa be ?; pl'wl ?dkii?fa lavaSlc at a int., without ? c 1 ? y a?- ua, fraa a! upwards. 1 a ' a ?ar?- Oa Stt'ouai aed Pirvinrisl Hsnk of Fo( Itud; ?aa ? 1 4*???4 A. 10 f.irl a..fe aad Ditomnt Ba-E, 1. veip- ol, A*,msia Js?m liuli A S?ia, Load m, and kranc'iva tb* f ? W *"tAa It ?? .?a.) Oa f<a Ss :h of Iraland, and Provin cial >Via aad .-saanaa '*aa'^RHi liala id I v. ? -vitaHfe?Oa tha l',ar a llaak of Scnrlaad. Natian?l Ha ik ol ?a.irla I. (? aaa.aA taakiag Coaiaauy, aud branches I Ifc-oT' sa.aa;-) Oa;"* \>'m Fliknf . ia aad .-saaliaa ''la^^ii lialatd a. M Oa tlia I'lW' 4 llaak ( j ' ?viirl*. I. O aaaiaA Eaaliing Co* tbi' 'fhoul Ik tl? d. I lie itaami'iif l.iitaai.a sails from Bostoaaa the lit Juaa, hy *M*h ,11 dr.fta n. * FOR HALIFAX AND LIVERPOOL. THERoysl MnilSt?m Ship. HIBKRNIA ami B HIT ANN I A, will leave Boston for elm > above ports, u follows:? Hiheruia, A. Ryrie, Esq., CommuifW Friday, May 16th. Britannia, Juo. Hewitt, uq., ** Sunday, June Int. Passage to Liverpool $110. P.issage to Halifax 21). Am.ly to D. BINGHAM, Jr.. Aont.fi Wall at. P. 8.?Persons wishiug to einbsra are requested, in all cssee to apply to the Ageut b?Jur? giving credit to luiy report that "all bertha are engaged." inlOrc SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. NEWARK AMI) NEW YORK, DAILY. FARE ONLY 12? CENTS. Change of Jlniir. Oti hiiiI after Saturday, May 17th, the steamer it ollowi. until further notice, vix:? Lp.aVe. NEWARK LEAVE* NEW YORK, foot of Centre Itrvet. Koot of Barcl ly street. 7>i A. M. and 1)4 P M. 10 A. M. and I P. M. ON SUNDAYS. Leave Newark. I Leave New York, ? A. M. and? P. M. 1 10 A. M. and4 P.M. The Passaic has been lengthened 55 fee*, and ia now two hun dred and twenty feet long. She has anew boiler, aud a new, com i nod ion? and elegantly furnished desk saloon. (0 feet in length, and is in complete order. Hjr accommodations for freight and passeugaa have bewi vary much improved. Freight curried at reduced rataa. *36 lm*m FARE SI 50.?Regular Opposition Line lie tween Philadelphia and Baltimore, from tin lower aide ? of Clineiiul street WML every , at 7 o'clock, through in 9 hour-, Morning, Sunday* excepted, ... . . via Chesapeake and Delaware ('anal, aud connect with all the lines south uid west from Baltimore. On the Delnware, On Chaaapeake Bar, Steamer PORTSMOUTH, Steamer TIIOS. JETFER Cape. J. Uevoe. SON, Capt. Phillip* And through the Canal, a distance of 13 inilea only, are |ir?t rate packet boats. In fact the accommodation by this line, both for speed and comfort, is equal to any ether line betweau the two cities. Philadelphia. April 17, 1*4.V MORRIS BUCKMAN. Agent, ? 17 lm*in Office No. 30 South WInrves thiTmost TTeliohtfUl ok all EXCURSIONS.?A sail across the Hudson River to Hoboken, and then a wulk to the Mysian fields, along the exceedingly be- utiful and picturesque ihoies of the place, will prove the most easily accomplished tnd attractive of all rural excursions that can be made Ironi tli?. city. 'l'ho Grounds now present a charming aspect, the trees beinit ill leaf and the soij covered with a rich turf. The Walks are iu excellent erder, luring beau considerably ?ml>ellished the present spring. The b erry Boats from li ircl y, Canal and Christopher streeu ue completely fitted up with Awnings aud seats. Night Boats run frotn Hobokeu to Barclay street, until ]] ''clock Ferriiee. 8'a cents. mrl' CfcOfLe-S' LliM*. Ut AtbA.'iHUAiS rot. DAILY?Sundays Excepted?Through Di ?rect, at 7 o'clock P M., from the 1'ier betweei , .Courtlandt and Liberty streets. Steamboat ROCHESTER, Captain R O. Cruttandon, will leave on Mouday. Wednesday and Friday Evenimrs, nt7 o'clock Steamboat KNICKERBOCKER, Captain A Houghton, will leave on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday evenings, at 7 o'clock At 5 o'clock P. M., I.uidiug at intermediate place, from tin foul of Buclay street Ste.unboat COLUMBIA, Capt. W. H. Peck, will leave o*> Vlouday, Wednesday, Friday and Suuday Afternoons, at i o'clock. Steamboat NORTH AMERICA. Captain L. W. Brainard, will leave on Tueaday, Thursday and Saturday Aftemoous, at i ? clock. Passengers taking either of the above Liuaa will arrive in ample iime fur the Morumg Train of Can for the east or west. Tlie Boats are new and substantial, en furuished with new aud ~legaut State rooms, and for speed and accommodations are un rivalled on the Hudsou. Freight take* at moderate ratal. All persons are forbid trusting any of the Boats of this Line, without a written order from the Captains or Agents. For passage or freight, apply ou board the boats, or to P. (3. Scn.i.i/.. nt tne office ou the wnarf. ml9rc NOTICE. STATKN ISLAND FERRY, 'IcSbAi jBffi iriindi would do FOOT OF WHITEHALL STREET. FARE REDUCED TO 6\ CENTS. The Sttuiubo?ta SYLPH a:iii STATEN ISLANDER will lint* as follows iimil further notice :? LEAVE NEW YORK: 1,9, 10, 11 and 12, A. M.; 1, 2, 3^, 5 and 6, P.M. LEAVE STATEN ISLAND: 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12, A At.; 1, 2, 4, 5, and 6 P. M. my9m NEW FERRY FOR STATEN ISLAND. The fist sailing steamboat WAVE, Captai 'Vanderbilt will, on and after Sunday, lean ,1'ier No. 1 East Hirer, foot of Whitehall .sfreei every day ?t 9 and 11 o'clock, A. M., and 3 and 6 o'cloclt, I'. f i Lea re State,i Llai.d at V luid 10 o'clock, A. M., and 1 and . o'clock. P. M. ' " ,r"Kare 6'i cent*. Freight in proportion. Landing a Tompkinarillc anil StapUtoa e?c!i way. O . Su d ys the boat *? ill leave every hour. N. B. ? Bv p.ttro liziiiK this boat the public will hire the fan t ,i price in proportion tu other Ferries. Foi'further inform , tion, inquire o i board the boat, or at 19 West st myl71m*e LONDON LINE OK P AC K t-.TS-Puckui of Ih Ji'ie-Tlie. Packet Ship MEDIATOR, Captai. ^hadwick, will nil is above, her ru^ular day. hoi having ?uperior accommodations iucabin, secern Saum a id steerage, apply to W. Ii J. T. TAPSCoTT, at their General Parage Office, m23 rc 76 South street. corner of Maiden L ute ?U.J- FOR LIVERPOOL?The splendid packet sh;; ?MnyCALEDONIA BRANOER, Captain Decau, wil. iiWiBBie.'ositively sail on theZith inat. 1'hu superior reaael haa elegant state room accommodation lo cabin paseeagers, wko will be taken at a very moderate rat. ?cond cabin passengers can also lie accommodated at the tuu steerage rates. Those desirous of securing berth* should mak< immediate application ou board the ship, at piar No. 6 N. River loot <>f Ractor strrat, or to JOHN HERDMAN, m23rc il South street XjAar FOR GLA8GOVV ? Karular Packet.?ia* w<. Jknown,fast sailing British Barque ADAM C ARJi Cspt. Robert Scott, will meet with quick desj>aicli For palance ef freight, or passage, luring excellaut accotn nidations, apply uu board, or to WOOD1IULL It MINT URNS, tl S >iith street The regular packet hark ANN HARLBV, will succeed the Adun Carr. nav23 rh OLD ESTABLISHED EMIGRANT PASSAWi ICE,61 Mouth st.?Passage from England, Ire Scotland aid Waits?Those sending for thtij io well to aesil themselves of the opportunity oi nskiiig their arrangement* with the subscribers on rery mode rate terms, by first class packet ships, sailing from Liverpool weekly. Drafts can aa usual be furnished for any amount, payable throughout the United Kingdom. Apply to JOHN HERUMAN, <1 South st. The mail steamer Hibernia sails from Boston on the 161 b Mat, bv w nich letters ran be forwarded quickly. nay23 rh ~ I NlTfcD STATES,TnD~ GREAT BRITAIN i ^VND IRELAND?Old Establish?d Emigrant Ol r jJPee, 61 South St.?Arrangements for 1IO? Passage irm (Tiwit UritAin and Ireland, via Liverpool. Ttie subscriber is prepensed to issue Certificates of Passage from Liverpool, by any of the ships comprising the regularlme, sail ing every five dive. and slso by first clsss American ships com prising the Commercial Line.eeilingni'ekly. From hispreseni irrangemetil*?iiaviic sent sclerk from the house lierr, to super i iteud the embarkation of all the pass#.,ger??thosesending lo, their Iriends may rely that they will hive quirk despatch ? Dr f:s can as usual be furnished for any amount, payable through out tiie United Kingdom. For further particul >rs apply, if t,\ letter poet poet paid, t* JOHN HEK DM AN, niv'iJic ___ 61 South at. LONDON LINE OF PACKETS-Packet of tli. 1st June?The splendid and fast sailing packet sluj ,MEDIATOR, J. M. Chadwiak, master, will sail a? above, ber reculnr day. Has lag superior accommodations for cabin, second cabin ami ?borage p???ii['rs, |iersons wiskii g to secure berths should make early application to th? subscriber. 7 JOSEPH M'MURRAY, mv?2 100 Pine street eisnwr of South FOR LIVERPOOL?Tile New Lme?Regulai Purket 21st June?The superior fast sailing Packet ?hi| jROJOH! ST Ell, 800 tons burthen, Capt. John Brittou, will sail aa shore, her nxelardsy. WOODHI'LL It MINTURNS, 87 South street P^ie.* of p?.s^sae $IIKI mv2?rre FOR NEW OKL.EANS? Louisiana and N, w stfSI^V^ork Line?Regular Packet, to sail Monday, the Hi! 4SEIb.ru.se-The el.?.uit, fast sailing Packet Ship n'l\ MA t< ? , U*pt. Foster, will positively ssil as above, her regular ri.y For IVeigl.t or passage, having handsome furnished accoaiiko Is turns, apply ou board, at Orleans wharf, foot of Wnll st.. or to ?. K. COLLINS Ik CO., X Soutk st Positively no goods receired o* board after Saturday 'railing luue 7th. Ageiit in New Orleans Mr. JAMES E. WOODRUFF who will promptly forward all good* to his address mlo n "PASSAGE FOR HAMBURG?With Despatch? The sjslendid new packet ship SILAS HOLMErt (Capt. C. C. Berry, will sail as abore andean rrry niilWitauly accommodate a limited number of of passengers in Cabin and steerage. This ship having l>eeu built expressly lor .. Sew Orlea'ia pneket her accommodations are of the beat and noet costly description. Persons wishing tosecure berths should wake enrly application on board, or to <V. Ii J T. TAP8COTT, myW rrc eomer South street and Maiden lane PACKET FOR MARSEILLI'.9.-The new7l.ii PRINCE DE JOINvlLLE, Capuin Lalrre.re will seil on the 1st proximo. '1 he acrominodatifln.' i.r I'usejgers will tie erjnil to those "f any of the Packets of he port. Fer freight or rassage, cabin or steence, apply to CHAMBER LAIN k I'HeIK or to mvll ec BOYD ti HINCKEN. Agenu. LIVERPOOL LINE OF P.ACKf.'l b-Packei o! ? the 6:h June? The splendid and farorite packct shi| ? PATRICK HENRY, J.C.Delano master, will po ?it ivcly seil aa abore, her regular day. lis v nig eery superior accommodations for cabin, second cahisi uid steerage passengers, persons deeirious to embark by this sn pcrior packet, should make errly application on board, foot Ol v'.aiden Lace, or to the sulncritrr, JOSEPH MeMURRAY, 100 Pine street corner of South street. The purfcet ship Indef ende-Te, F. P. \llen, master, will suc ceed the Patfifk llenn , and s?i| on thefah ' fJiily. m>ic ft>R LIVERPOOL?New Liu<?iO>.mtr t'ai icet . >f the Mill May?The elegant fast snilini; Packet Ship J8HERIDAN, Capt A. F. De Peyster, of 1100 Mis, ill sail aa ahore. her regulsr d'<y. I^'or fivight or passage, baring aceammodstion nneqnalleil for splendor and comfort, apply on board, at Orleana wharf, foot of Wall alreat, or E K. COLLINS 8t CO., 56 South atrmt. Price ofiwasaue tHKi l'acliet Slop (.snick, ('apt. H. J. II. Trnak, of 1108 ton*, will incited the Sheridan, and sail *ih June, her regular day. iiifi er jjSB V,' \NTK1 > G?xid and suitable vessels to fre ght iCln', oal from Philadelphia sail Bristol to Ihston, Preri 4MM|k'le ice, 8aco. Norwich, Mien's i'uint, Oremiport, H.-it W. "" Hsrea, Midilteton. Albany, Troy ^ .d other p. ti. t lie loghrst price will l'e i'sin aad constant i mploMnesit airan. Apply to FREDERICK TVM ft fc CO., 6 Wall street, or . E 8AFFORU It CO., *16 ln> rc ?I Dock street, Philadelphia. BRITISH BARK At)AM CARRVwmG1 rtow-Cons tn ?es * llplesse ?*: d their riMmttt . I.i s.il l?r i f 1). rise it, N R. without del- All ; , , f:red?r< are liable to be se? t to the i i>,-(,?? .n >JS rli rp \v |NE- ?00 hslea Bridport Seine, Herriag and Gill Nrt * Iu * jnanafsetuied witb the nrmost can it "?a FAS1UON AND PEYTONA AGAIN. Pf HILADELPHIA AND CAMDEN RACES will corv uiencc 011 the Ctindun Course, N. J. TUESDAY, '17ih Mav, and ctnliuue three dayi. Tuesday, May 27th, Plate Ract-, $VM), thn-e mile heat*, four year olds and upwards, to carry 104 Itn. Entrance 10 per cant. Sime day, purse $100, inile bents, entrance 10 Jier cent added. Wednesday, 2lith, purse $1000, $200 to second horse, four mil'- heats. Same day, purs* $100; entrance 10 per cent, added?mile heats. Thursday, purse $100. to second hors#? two mile lieats. Same d ty. purse $600, $100 to second horse?three mile hMU. ?C/" Oil th<'four mile day, without some accident h*pl>eiis to I Fa-mion or reylona, they will again coiiteud for the purse of $1000, four mile heats, sua the clunipienship of the turf. The following stables will he in attendauce Mr. Laird with Fashion, St-wley Erlij.se, Pelawan, Sic. Mr. Rirkm.m with Heytona, Janneteau, Liatunah,Icc. Mr. Hare, with Patav A11 thenv, and three others. Mr. Ten Broeck with Maria Peyton *ud Martha Waahington. Mr. Pucket with Miss Robinaou and two others. Mr. Van Mater hss four-Mr. Loyd three, and Mr. Couover, Dunvegan and Livingston. Mr. Shaw m e. Mr. Town two Peyton R. Johnson, the Colonel, Victor, Sir. All lloraee running in the Plate Race will be permitted to start in any other race. Entries to be m idee ach day at > o'clock, snd deposited in the box iit the Judges stand with the entrance money. In the event of bad weather tlie race* will be postponed until 1 he first fair day. In all cisea two er more to toiike a race. Should there be no second best horse the winner 10 receive nt $'i'0 $1110 and S'lOO. The purses will lie huur up in fold. JOSEPH H. HELLINGS, for the proprietor*, ?iy5fl!)i*rrc U. 8. Hotel, Philadelphia. CI AST IRON WATER PI PES, oir different * 1 /.us, constant J ly on hand. Also, American Pic Iroa, for sile by WiRlUNGTONSt RICHARDS, my23 lm'rh 218 Water st. PRINTING PAPER. /iAA REAMs 28x16 Pit IN TING PAPER. 11/V20I do 28xt9 do. 7HO do 26x37 do. $00 ? 10 24x35 do. 4^0 de 2Jt3t do. If* do 20x:?0 do. 700 do 21x31! do, for sale by my23rh PEHSSE & BROOKS, 85 and67 Nassau st. Of KICK NEW iORKt ERIE RAILROAD CO. NOTIC E?Books of Subscription lor Three Millions of Dol lars of tlie Capital Stock of this Company, under the law issed Kill May, instant, will ke opaued at their o&ce, No. IU Willi st, on Tneadsy next, ?1ay 27. By order of tlie Board of Director!, E. PIERSON, Secretary. New Yord, May 2CJ. 131.V ma U'rli IR1SHBLACK MARBLE. ?)/\A TONS Large size Blocks, entire cargo of British 6vU barque Victoria, expected drily toarrivefrom Oalway, nd for sale by PERSSE !c BROOKS, miter No M and <7 Nassau street Hush OATMEAL. A QUANTITY of this article, ia excellent order, just re aasred and for sale in lots to suit purchasers, by my? J HF.R?MAN.?I South st. COPPER?130 cases very superior English Sheathing Copp.r, comprising a complete assortsseiil, froaa 14 ox. to 32 ox., m? lufaetured freaa ere selected with great eere, of tlie first quality, or sale iu IMS le sait parckasers. by nyM Kr (^OLLlNflkeo J?$<>*thw. LADIES' (CS FASHIONABLE STRAW HATS. CARL KING, the well known and celebrated? straw Hat Manufacturer, begs leave to iufornt the Ladies that ?ie has for sale a splendid and fuhienable assortment of Straw lists, of every description, at his store. No. 17 Division strwt He particularly calls the attention of the public to examine hi* iew shape called tlie Bokeiaian Gipeay, wkich for keaaty and aste stands unrivalled. N. B.?Imported Laee, Neapolitan Hate, Auhionable shapes ind warranted to cleau, at $2 50 each. a24 Im'rc CARL KINO, 17 Division street VflSS MADDEN rnsiivctfully informs ttie ladies ol New -vl York and its vicinity, that her French Millinery and Dress I iking establishment, IU8 Canal street, is now Opea. Sprint >.d Summer Fashions, consisting of silk, creese, ribbaii, ,anc\ Neapolitan, straw, braid and gimp Bonnets, of try newest Pari iau and London styles, just received jk-jt last aleuiuier. Country Milliners and Drees Makers auppii-d with the newest 'Uterus at the shortest notice. Dresses and Robee of the latent ?shion made to erdur at the shortest notice. Soutliera and Wester 1 orilers promptly attended to. All descriptions of Jloiuiet* cl-aueo and altered in the newest ?tyle. a'M Ini's Kii-ENCli Aivi'lf ICiAL. t" 1,11 W r?n.-, \ N D M A T E R IA L 8 F O R F L O li ISTS BRUN LAROSIERE St COURT, 116 William atreet, h ire ju?r tveeived by the lost Havre packets. *' large assortment of fashionable Sprina Flowers, of th iiiOitBlt%'a.it.-ii d lat< at styles, and will aontiuue recei* ?ngtnem by rri-rv unrnwlmirpiieiel. all lm*rc NU ?Private House of Refreshment* by D. W. TELLER ? 206 Fmnt street?Brejkfut, Dinner and Supper. Is Oil ??ch Breakfast from6W u :til 9; dining hours from a<iaarte. efore 12 until S; Supper tiorn i until Sji .'clock. Also, 3b Ueil. II in prime order. Lodgings 26 Cts. All gentlemen wishing t< esorl to afine cool diniuc ap-.rtment, will do well toc^llan-l ?atisfy t.ieiaielves. The proprietor also keeps the old stanil coruer of Fultan and Front streets; 7, 8 and 9 Fulton Market where he will continue to serve up all the delicscies of tlx .e-ison. Also, Wines, Liquors, ana Severs of all kinds and oi the choicest krauds, direct from the importers. m 17 la-rh i JO A RUING AT 27 COURTLANDT STREET GOOD BOARDIN(}, with pleasant rooms, for singlegautle meu. Likewise, a handsome furnished parlor with bedroon> ?^joining, suitable for a genteel family?by aiylS lin?re MRS OF.HF.. t7 f'anrtlseidt ?tree*. SIIARON SPRINGS I'AVILION, SCHOHARRIE COUNTY, New York?Thepablicsre re spectfully informed that Mr Ltudott, of Congress Hall, Al bany, hss ssnocinted himself with Mr. (fardiner, uid that this establishment will be conducted by them. The Pavilion will be opened for the reception af visiters on the first day of June next. The subscribers have made many improvemeats in the grounds and bathing-house, and pledge themselves to use their best exertion* to render this eetablish ment fully equal to any watering place in this country. ' L. St G. Stages will be in readineaa on the arrival of the car* at Cans luharrie, to take paaseueers to the house. Mr. L will, as heretofore, continue the Conp-ess Hall, which will, during the summer, be under the superintendence of Mr loalin. my218mrrc PAVILION, NEW HKJGHTOJS. THE PAVILION, at New Brighton, is aow iu full opera tion, and the proprietor w ill b e glad ta enter into arrange ments with parties who who wish to engage apartment* lor th* whole seaaon or forashorter period. Mr. Blaaeard will be found ?t the Pavilion every day from 12 to 2 o'clock, and at the OlotK Hotel at all other hour*. anv* twrc WILLI A MSBURQH COTTAGE. THE SUBSCRIBERS respectfully inform the citizens ol New York, Brooklyn, Willinmsburgh and its vicinity, that they have recently opened the large and splendid mauaion known as the W1LLIAMSBUROH COTTAGE. md furnished at gr>'st expense for tlie accoinmndatian of rrsi lents and strangera. The Cottage is eligibly situated, a few rod ?outh of the Peck Blip Ferry,and convenient to the Houston anil i Jrand street Ferries commanding a beautiful and exteadcii view of the Bay, New York a> d Brooklyn. They have also at ?iclied to tlie COTTAGE a large and splendid Garden, conve lient Promenade*, Uraia Piatt*, Shad* Trees, Sic., m iking moat delightful summer re*<nl to while awav a few flours amii! ?he refreahnig breezes of the Bay. Their MUSICAL CLOCK is richly worth a visit, being the beat piece af mechanism of the .li'id that was ever imported to this country. It will play fifty different tune* with remsrkable harmony and accuracy. The ?hoi'-cst variety oi refreshment will at all time* be promptly furnished. N. B.?In connection with this establishment, they have WARM AND COLD SALT WATER BATHES?known as the Wiishiugton Bath*. The water ia at all times clear and pure. 'l"he Ferries ran from Pack Slip, Grand street and Hous ton street every fifteen minutes. Ferriage four cents. my 16 1m?cc HANDF1ELP Sc HOEFT. I)/SBROWS RIDING SCHOOL, 408 Bowery, on Aator and Lafnyette Place*. MR W. H. DISBROW has the honor to announae, tlie.t Ins School is open daily, (Sunday* excepted) for Equestrian Tuition and Exercise Riding. Houra for Ladies from 9 A. M. to 3 P. M. Hours for Gentlemen from 6 to I A. M. and 3 to 7 P. M. nr^Termii made known on application as above. N B ? Higldy trained and quiet Horsa*, for the Road and Pa rade, to let. myfi lm*rc KOULSTONE'S R1DIMO 137 and 13D Mtmr Street. MR. JOHN S. ROULSTONE ha* the honor to Hiform hi* friend* and the public in general, that lu? Schoal for; Instruction iu Honamansliip ia naw oihu. lay and evening, a* follow*.? Hours for Gentlemen from 6 to I A. M. " " Ladia* " I A. M. ta 1 P. M. Term* of instruction made known on application to Mr lloulstoue. Mr R has jnst received from the country several fiue and ?tylish Saddle Horaea, whieh he i* authorised to aell at a rva ?unable iirife. m>-7rc T() LE7r OR LEASE. tA PIECE OF LAND, on the Eighth Avenue and Hd ?treet, containing about 12 acre* of MM. There is on tin premises a Frame Dwelling, which would l>ereparred foi tenant. Apply to aNTIIONV ( AJRROLL, :6 lm*ec 2.'i Naassn st FURNISHKD ROOMS TO RENT, with Bre.ikl vst and Tea?Parlors snd bedrooms, saitable for gentlemna ,s id their wives, er aiugle geatlemen; tlie location in Iroaiiway. near Franklin at. Also, a fine Basement, suitable for an office; well furnished Apply at 3BH Broadway. m>21 Iw rrc TO LET.?A Parlor and Bedroom, very ueatly lar niahed, to gentlemen and their Wivee, er single genllem>'ti Uy ?ii? ???? a i?n#u. io gt-nwnwn an# their wirm, ?r f^otlrro

' 117 Fr^nlilm ?t??? !m*? , SuH SALfc?A bMAtttilul Couiiur *ne inilr 4nH|lVom Rotitille Landing, #o Bitten laUnti, n hrm of ^ 4mmm?wrr,% Land; a larv# lloust and fo<?d Hani, ami other Bnildings; fO?>d Garden, with plent>* r niit TVm nl he ao)d reasonable luid on f?>oa termn. Flnouire of my7 lm*rc SAM'L H.U.L W Rronme ?t HEATHER BED, MATTKA8S AND BEDSTEAD I1 WAREHOUSE, 1M AND 138 cmKENWICH STREET, ( nrnar of Coartliuidt atraat. Faathna from .... It to 4i r*r Ik Hair Mattra*(*a, from til t* $'"> Moaa <Jo S to It Palm I a at' I tt ( Corn lluaba S to I II .la St* S3 lil.nlo-t* I to I fotm'ortara, frn?i 1..W hti.M ToiIh Tibia* I.tt toI,i4 WulmtMidt .... 1.12 to 1,34 Badatanda, of mahogany, black walnut, maple, plain ninpl*, all tnf dirtnrant pattan.a ia m, ?;d in pric* iron f:t to |3P, "ffonluij to ilia afjln and (Iniah. Tha attention of tha public ia wj?tri?J1y mIIH to tlw Pavat Piciuinm It Jtl and l,aftSrmw Badataad Thia bad?mad ? cut K? riuainad l^foT? iu <|aalitiaa ?an kna*a. Thar aat.-ot wall b? italrd in an adTaatiaaraant. '1 'V bat* ban in aw al ml four yaara?harp t?k??i tba |>ra?iu* (a ?irar madal) at tlia Pair of tli? Amancwi I'lMlto*, and oaar II *8# haaa baea anld?what ba<*? ryidtnaa ia was tad of f>?a *aloa of tha arttrla 1 Etar} hotal and boanlint hoiiaa hi tha llnitad Siataa ahnnld harp tliia l.pdataad? pritatafanilMa aamiot do wwln nt than. ster* THE AMERICAN EXCHANGE BANK. New York, May 5th, 1845 NOTICE?The Stockholders of tlii* Institution are hereby notiliwl, th.it a* Election for Councillors and Director*, will Ire held at tint Banking House on the 4th day of Juue next Poll* will lie open from 12 to 1 o'clock. By order. * ?iy4 ltawto.I4*rc J J KIRK. Caahisr NATIONAL LOAN FUND LIFE ASSU RANCF SOCIETY OF LONDON. Empowered by Act of Parliament. CAPITAL ?500,000 STERLING, OR #2,500,000. Oe-teral Agent for the United States, . J. LEANDER STAHR, 71 Wall at, New York, rhysicians? Drs. llosick and J. Kearney Rodgert. Solicitor? Wm. Van Hook, E*q. Example! of Ralee?for the .leturance of $100 on a Single Life. PREMIUMS PAYABLE ANNUALLY. Age next for otie year Eor jive rok urn. tirlli day. only. yean. Without projltt. With do. 13 tO 77 $0 81 $1 47 $1 04 ao o or, o so 16* i tn 25 IIM 1 0J I 93 3 U 30 1 21 1 30 2 22 2 48 35 I ir, I 51 2 54 2 BO 40 1 I'.l 1 C? 2 <13 3 2R 45 1 72 1 7? 3 47 3 85 50 1 !M 2 (Mi 4 21 4 63 55 2 Jl 2 Mi 5 28 5 8fi 60. 3 73 4 25 6 08 7 42 Premiums "for life" payable yearly, half yearly, quarterly or monthly The public are respectfully requested to examine the distin guishing principles of this Institution?their tnbles of rates? their distribution of proSu?and the ficilitie* afforded by tlreir Loan 1). ixi'tinent?before deciding to insure elsewhere. Pamphlets containing the list Annual Report, and the Socie ty's rales, Stc . miy be oM died u I "in application. trv>3 lm3tnw*rrc J LEANDh.lt STARR, General Agent. FRESH BEEKAND V!?'< JETABLES"K()RTHE NAVV. ?Sc iled Proposals, to be endorsed " Offers for fresh Beef, Sic."' will lie received by the N try Agent at his office, 85 Water street, u til Mo idry, tne 2d day of June next, at 3 o'clock, P. M., for the supply of frerh Beef and Vegetables for the use of the N ivy on the New York station during the fuel year com mencing ou the 1st of July next, and ending on the 30tn of June, IMG. " They must be of good quality and the best the m-irket af fords, and rich article must be offered for by the pound." Bond, in two-third* the estimated amount, with two sureties, will be required to be executed by the contractor. Navy Aleut's Office, April 30. 1815. PROSPER M. WETMORE, my!4 1nw<wec Nary Agent. PURE JUICE AND KOR1Z FORT WINES. (i\(\ Pipes, hhds.Quirter Cn*ks and Indian Barrels "PURE Oil" JL ICE" and "HORIZ" Port YVines, cargo of Brig 'Henry lyeds," just arrived from Oporto, and expressly im ported by Alexander Soltan, will be sold at auction by L. M. Huffman & Co . on Tuesday, 20th May, at 11 o'clock, ill fro.it of their Store, No. 83 Wall street. Samples and Catalogues ir-? now ready at the office of Alexander Suluu, No. 115 Wall street. The good character which the Wines of the Importation of rhe Subscriber have generally had in this city, and throughout rhe country, being shipped to him by respectable and old esta blished houses, makes it unnecessary to enlarge anymore about the qualities of the same. The Subscriber in referring to a certain advertisement about PURE JUICE Port Wines- which has lately appeared in some of the public papers, beg* to add that he leaves it entirely to the better judgment of Wiue Merchants and Grocers, who,for years have been supplied with PURE JUICE, RORiZ, REGINA, rail other Port Wiues of his Importation, to their entire satis faction. He is also willing to produce to inr of his customers who should desire to see them, not only tne Iuvoices and Bills of Lading of each shipment, as also tne letters received from his correspondent* as well as the annual lists of shipments of Port Wine from the city of Oporto, so that they may become tcqiiainled with the connections which he has lieen able to form during a residence of over ten years in OPorto and the couutry. ALEX. SOLTAU, mvI7 ltisii2osMJiT*ec 115 Wall street, upstair*. SMALL STORES FOR THE NAVY. PROPOSALS, sealed and endorsed "Small Store*, ' will be received by the Navy Agent, at his office. No. 85 Water street, until Monday, the 2d of June next, at 3 o'clock, P. M. for the supply of the following articles, for tne use of the Naval Ser vice for the year commencing on the first of July uext and end ing on the 30th of June, I8ir>, in such quantities as may be re mind, to be of good quality, equal to the best of those generilK I.sed in the Service, to be delivered at the Navy Yard free of all >1<en*e, and subject to the Inspection of the Yard, viz:? Brashes Shaving oach do Scrubbing each do Shoe each do Clothes each Buttons, Navy, Ve?t per gro*? do do Coat do do Deadeye do Ki cking. per dozen boxet Beeswax in k* lb cakes per lb Combs, Coarse per doze.. do Fine do ~ottoa, (pools of do limidkerchiefs, cp'ton each do silk do Looking Glasses . .do Knives, Jack do Kettle*. Mess .do ? lust ird, i.i l4 lb bottles per dozen Veedles, Sewing, assorted M Pins, Mess Per dozen d? Tin do Pots, Tin ? ? i ; ? do f'epier, blacU and red in '4 lb bottles do ibrnn, in *iiglc c.se* each do Strap* do_ tlibbon, Hat per pieci Soap, S'ltw iter . per 11 do Sluving, cake* per doz cake Scissors each .Silk, Sowing 4 per lb Thread, black, white and blue do Tape Per dozen pieces Thimbles each Spoons escli Bond, with two sureties, insufficient amount for the faithful performance of the contract, will be required to be entered into according to law. ..... Navy Agent's Office, New Y ork. Mar Sd, 1815. PROSPER M. WETMORE, my 14 ltawlw ee Navy Agent. TIMBER AND STONE FOR THE NAVY YARD. PROPOSALS will be received at thi? office, properly endorsed and seah-d, until Tuesday, the 13th day of May next, at 3 o'clock, P. M., for the following material!, to be used in the con struction of a wharf : the delivery to be made in the uiual m.ui ?ier, at the Navy Yard, free of eximnse, vix:? iiiO given, round. Hemlock or White Pine Logi, with the bark ?m, from 30 to 45 feet long, to average not le.ss than to feet in length, 9 inch** iu diameter at the larger end, and 7 inch** at the utmller ?id. 750 round White Pino Logi, 21 to 42 feet long, to average 12 incliea diameter in the middle; if 42 feet long, each log to couM i? two logs. 18,750 cubic feet White Pine Logs, hewed square of straight u?H jural Id width, to mcasuiv 14x16 inch**, and from 30 to GO feet long, and average 45 feet long. U.nOO tona.not to cxceed 15,000 ton*, of Mountain Stont foi the a:tore The atones not to measure more than two fwt in di ameter, and to be delivered as required, and to be measured, ;iacl<i'd iu bi'iB1! as solid, allowing 14 cubic feet to the ton, sub icct to the inspection of the. Yard i The limber to b? delivered uhject to the inspection o( the N iry Yard, and to be iii all re sects perfectly satisfactory, as follows:? One half of the roirid Ioks on or before the 15th of June, and the remainder, together witti all the square timber, by the 1st August. In case of fiilure, to be delivered by the time specified, * Timber or Stone to be purchased, and the excess of cost to U I-ducted from hills. Two sureties will be required in one-thiri! the estimated amount of supplies. For further information, apply at the Navy Yard, Brooklyn, N.ivy Agent's Office, New York, April 12, IIM.V PROSPER M. WETMORE, al4 ltawiwec _ _ Navy Agwit. [\ OENIN'S GOSSAMER HAT, WEIGHING (.ROM sr. to 3}fc or.. price >3 .10?Two years age tlie Gossa mer lint was introduced te the Ne? York public aa the lightest nd most dumahle article of summer wear heretofore in uh>. The success which iaa attended them, aa evidenced by an ex entire sale, and th? universal amvobation of the many who h ive Worn tnetn, induced the subscriber to labor diligently in he improvement of the qualities upon which he basea their ?laims to a liberal ixitronage. Fully warranted by eepsirienec ind the conclusive teat imoiiy of his patrons, he re pears his de clarationa (notwithstanding the recent " novel improvement' so called) of the two preceding years, that the Ooss mer H?ti ?re lighter and more pleasant than any other, are not liable, I ke Leghorns, Panamu, lie , to lose th ir shape and color by expo ?ire te rain; and last, not least, they are the cheapest, genteel ummer hat, and may be worn two seasons. The style of trim mings eri iunting wills the subscriber, effectual!) prevsuts them from being soiled by perspiration or hair oil, extending to ihe i outer surface, aa is commonly the mm with hale differently I trimmed. This ndvautage aleue entitles tliem lo a preference over aJI others. JOHN N. OENIN, 214 Broadway, opposite 9t Paul's. 1 N.B. The CToasamert are made witheut heirs in the top, and j without Mn. a?less especially desired otherwise. a H tare I'.t UNOMY AND FASHION' ELEOANT SUMMER HATS. ri J0L PRICE $3. ROBERTSON, determined to maintain the reputation ot the PHOCNIX HAT AND CAP ESTABLISHMENT, 103 Fulton at, between William and Nassau, hat of Broadway, is the cheapest in this city or any other, begs leave te introduce to the public a very superior style of SUMMER HATS, which for lightness, beauty and durability, are not surpassed? mid for cheapness unequalled In addition to being very plea sant and genteel, these Hats are warranted to staud all ordinary exposure to rain without injury, which it is well snown Leg horns, Panamas, lie.., will not do without lealng shape and color. For business mere especially it is important te keen the head dn- and eool. a desideratum which has not hitherto been ittaineo. These lists cannot be injured by perspiration, owing to the peculiar style oftrimmingwnich the subscriber has found hy ea[ erience ao very cleanly aid popular. Their Weight ranges from 1% to 3^6 **., Dting much iurhter th?n luhattnUaJ horut atid Pannmu. ROBKRTSON, 103 Fulton ti.K inH Afthtfhtimi. MILLS, HATTER, 17W BROADWAY^ _ (HOWARDS' HOTEL,) [1 INDUCED hy the flattering success he has met with hi J^^the msnnfactnre of Sila Ham, in imitation of ths Fieuch. o call the sttentioaof the public tliereto, doee se in the full con iilenceof rendering perfect satisfaction to all who may honor him with a call. First qua! ity French Moleskin $4 91 Second " " " ... . 4 <* First " Nutria 4 St Second " " J 50 In addition to the above, there may he had at this establish ment an elegant article of Nutria Hat at $4. which for elegance will rival many that are sold at S5, and to which lhe attention of the public is respectfully invites!. A few cases of ( asaimere and Silk Hats, manufactured for the nouniry trade, on haaid, and for sale lew. J. D. Tptten, (late of tlie firm of Alvonl fc Co.,)aiul R. J Tiffany, (late of Albany,) woeld be pleaaesl to see tneir trienda It tlie above place a27 lm*ec HULL'S TRUSSES. NOTICE TO RUPfURED PERSONS. pERfONS afflicted with Kmenre may rely upon the best lu ll stra mental aid the world affords, on sppiioei.oa st the ef lice, No. 4 Veeey street,or toeither ol'the A4a>'ts m the ernicipal t< nna in tlie United States. Be eareftl to examine the tatk pad of Hull's Truasee, to see if they araesidoiaed hy Or Hull, ii* writing. Neaeara geauiue, or te he relied epoa as good, without his lignatere. Many !< rions hive undertaken to vend imflfetiixis ef Hull's celebrated Triii>*e, and thonsands sra im^nael span in coese euence. These imitations eannot be relied npeu. iney are mside bv enskilfal mechanics, aad era no hatw dhs erdinary Tmeses. Rooms have been fitted ap st No. 4 Tceey sfeeet, mtclasirely for I allies, hariaa samm msWaaoa tiom ihe baaiu*" de|nrt ? ? ?ttwiwnwtb wait u ).anrutrr, Pa. [Correspondence of the Herald ] Laxcastib, May 19, 1845. Detrrijition of Lancaster City, Pennsylvania. A resident of Western Pennsylvania, near the ill starred " Iron City," which was and is the pride of all that region, I have recently, for the first time, journeyed leisurely through the extended interior ol the ancient and populous commonwealth of my n?. tivity, until I have reached its metropolitan city. My mind throngs with delightful recollections of the trip, and 1 now claim the privilege of an " occasion al correspondent," that I may communicate some d my raptures to the dear public. I will give you my impressions on the garden spot of all the State?the city and county of Lancaster. It is a standing marrel with nil foreigners who have seen our country, that we Americans should be in such hot haste to make the tour of Europe before we have seen and made ourselves familiar with the beautiful and magnilicent, the sublime and stupen dous configurations of our nauve land. The marvel is both natural and just. Surely, surely, there is not in all the foreign world a region of greater fertility and beauty than the county Palatine, of which I would now discourse. Lancaster count) was one of the earliest established in the State, artu although port ions of it have, from tirnejo time, been taken off and erected into six other ctJtlnties, its are ? is still one thousand square miles?it fS ."fill as lw as the State of Delaware. In natural advantages, it is the richest in the State. The Susequeliann i rivei washes its border for nrarly fifty miles, beside which, it is bountifully irrigated by the Conestoga, Pequea, Conewango, Octorara, Chiquesalunga aw other creeks, tributaries to the river. The bowels ol the earth are richly stored with minerals. Willi n population in 1840 of nearly ninety thousand persons. it had more than thirty-four bushels of edible grain*, exclusive of potatoes, to every individual in it. Itf total capital in manufactures is moreover a million and a quarter. The valuation of real and persona! estate, subject to taxation by the county, in 1842. was S34,000,000. The city of Lancaster contains ii population bordering on ten thousand. It was foi niMiiy years ttie seat of covernment of the State, which was removed to Harrisburg in 1812. The building is still standing in which the Congress ol the Revolution held their deliberations, when they retired from Philadelphia, and before they went to York. The city 19 reaulurly laid out, with broad streets, crossing each other at rirht angles, and are chiefly paved and curbed, and neatly kept. The houses more recently built tire lofty andcommodious, and equal in elegance and beauty to any in the State The principal landholders of the county are equal in point of possession to the olden patriarchs or mo dern nobility ol Europe; and in the city there arc also many of princely fortune, who have covered the sur rounding country with pulace-like residences. Lang don Cheeves once owned and jived in one of these, and W. M. Meredith, Esq., of Philadelphia, has re cently purchased another. " Wheatland," of T. F. Potter, Esq., the brother-in-law of the gallant Com modore Stockton. Colonel Cameron, the brothercf the new Senator, Gen. Simon Cameron, is the possessor of another of these splendid country re sidences, and his hospitality is as princely as hi: home. In this county were born Robert Fulton, Dr Ramsay, the historian, Dr. Eberle, Hugh Lawson White, and many other persons of national fame J. C. Calhoun's parents once resided here, and he narrowly escaped being born here. Ilere is the re silience of .James Buchanan. The great wealth ol the county, and the large amount of law businei. transacted, has assembled in its courts some of the ablest lawyers in the country. Thuddeus Steven? here practices law to the time of $20.<X)0 per annum, md ('. B. Penrose, late solicitor of the Treasury ci the United States, has just moved thither. Tit udge of the Court of Common l'leus, Hon. Ellis Lewis, is universally considered as profound a ju rist and as able a man, as the democratic pwrty can boast of. Before a jury he is unrivalled. I nevei heard his equal in charging one, except Chief Ju. - tice Taney. He is now in the prime of Jife, and i*re he is ten years older, will be as well and fa vorably known throughout the nation as ke is now throughout the State. Gov. Porter, I believe, otter ed him a place,then vacant,on the Suprefe'ie bench of the Stnte, which he declined. He is now s|>okrn of hi connection with the bench of the Supreme Conn of the United States, and in connection with other Inuh otticial trusts. Whilst here, the town was crowded with stran gers, mainly attracted, like mvself, to hear deter mined the celebrated case of the Northampton Bank vs. Winder, the record of which was remitted from l-iehiph county for trial here, under the provisions ot a special act of the Assembly. Dallia. Meredith ana Stevens were retained as counsel, and the amount involved was about #100,0(10. At the some term was also determined a novel suit, brought In the trustees of Mrs. Yates, widow of John Yates, deceased, to recover damages for the non-nerform ance of a marriage contract entered into between the parties,which stipulated that in case the former survived the latter she was to receive $2),000 from his estate in lieu of dower. Verdict for the plain tiffs. Ajustidm. Boston. [Corrctpondcnce of tlie Herald*] Boston, May 18, 1846. Improvementt in Building?Progrtu of liotton. This chief provincial town of Yankcedoodlcdom seems to be rapidly on the increase, and may now be called the Liverpool of America. In its effort", however, to go ahead of your city, it may stumble and break its neck. It has elements and re sources, however, *> make a very large commercial city, but the idea of convicting with New York is idle and absurd enough. In viewing Boston we must take no city out of New England into consideration. As the centre of this section of the Union she looms up into something svorth thinking about. Let one who walked through her streets in 1K35 pass over the city in 1843?over the newly made land?and through the freshly laid I out streets?ind he will see the vast improvements that have been made. It is useless to enumerate the new buildings that have been erected, for they have already been men tioned in newspaper paragraphs. It is only worth our while to notice one or two of those in contemplation. Among others a stupendous hotel and a magnificent Atheneum may be mentioned. The hotel is to vie with all those now occupied many part of the world, and will probably equal, in size and splendor, the Astor of New York. It is to face on Tremont street, and will be two hundred and thirteen feet front. 1m depth will be one hundred and sixty feet on Bloom field street, and one hundred and forty on Hamilton Place. It will have two hundred and fifty large and lofty rooms, including halls, parlors, chambers,&c. Sic. There are to be three entrances: one on I lamil ton Place for the ladies; fcie on Bloomfield street; and the principal one on Tremont street. Thebuild ing will be four stories in height,with the street story for stores, to be, I believe, fifteen in number, and eueh to rent at #1000 per annum. This hotel is to be owned by a company which is composed of some of the "first men of the city.? Abbot Lawrence, Caleb Eddy, S. S. Lewis, Hohert G. Shaw, &c., are theleadingspiritsintheentcrprize; and they have a charter, gi\ in; thern a capital stock of $500^000. All the land necessary for the bnilding has been purchased or secured, and we may, there fore, look upon the erection of the hotel as pretty cer tain. It is understood h *rc that the hotel is leased to C?;n. Joseph Comstock, the popular commander of the tine steamer Massachusetts, now running on the Sound, arid Major Barton, favorably known as the conductor of several of the best hotels in the country. They, aa the master spirits of the establishment, an I will make it one of the most popular houses in the country. It is to be finished in twoyears, and called the "Colum bian H ouse." It is, perhaps, unnecessary to say that n hotel like this is needed here. All the houses now in operation, the Tremont, American, &c.. are constantly crowded; and, on the arrival of a steamship, they overflow; the surplus lodgers sleep, none but themselves know where. The Atheneum build ine is to be a splendid one ? It is to be constructed of Quiiicy granite, and will be very extensive in its arrangements. \ our Soce ty Library edifice will not !?? surpassed, but it will be equalled. The Atheneum here is aided in its I operations by the munificence of individuals: the j Society Library in New Yark receives no aid n, ??rt frnni its yearly stipulated subscriptions. It is a *nt ' pity that New York does not possess a few of I public spirited men of Boston. There is too nu eh ! "individuality" in your city to improve it as i lis | town h;is been and continues to he. Idiocy in Kektwcky ?According" the Frankfort Y.omun. then1 arc 413 idiot - n ]\ nt lokjr, snjipoi "d ? t llie |>ut>lic charge. The ?:imn j.aper itatl'ca, Rhow ing how the complaint nin.l in fami Je?. In mi# county, there are *i* idiot* of the "Me putronyrrio id another, three, and no oa? there being, out of a lilt o- 94 cnunttei given, not fcnrtrr than twW fliot* of (ha iaar- f? tottTf ta *ih i White Plain*. [Correspondence of the Herald ] White Pi.aj.ns, Muy 20, 1W4. ^ T/u! Weather?The Cropt?Flcueri?A Pretty Gi^t at seen from my tanctum?Dearth of New$? rhiterturc?Vi*it to the Farm of Hon. J. U. Ander* urn?Harlem Railroad?The Orewanpam Haute? 4*r., fyc., fyc. I am making a brief visit at the Plains, and aa I feel Mi* the vein" this afternoon, I will throw open my window, and as the pure, fresh air pours in myaano tum, I will endeavor to give you an illumination M to things in general in this charming village. The weather has been remarkably pleasant of late, and the crops flourish finely. All the farmers, for thirty miles around, say there will be a " terrible harvest." The flowers never, I believe, looked half so delicious us they do now, and never were they blooming so profusely. To a New Yorker flowers are one of the greatest treats in the world, especial ly at this season of the year. 1 always loved them, and 1 trust 1 always shall, for, in my opinion, there ?ire but few things in nature that can compare with them in point ot beauty. As I write a pretty girl is coming out of a love of a cottage " over th* way." h?lie has been making a ?hort call, and, from all appearances, "the lady in a cap" is urging her to come again. See with what ^race she kisses her hand as she shuts the garden /ate! And really, what a pretty hand it is, to be lire ! How white and delicate ! And see with what ?ase and grace she trips along on the green sward ! L'lie ground almost invites her to press it. She has increased her pace, and is now fairly on a run. Ah 1 A-hat is the matter ? .She stops ! Iler gaiter is unlooe ?d, and she must make it easy. What a fascinating foot she has! The remains of " that tree," I oniric, never bore such a sweet burden before, it is fixed .low, and how archly she turns that pretty face iround to see if anybody is looking! She fairly :loats along like a Hake of down, but ho! she slope suddenly before the "white gate" opposite. It is Alias J- , and she is a boarding-school mi?s, by ?ill that is beautiful! 1 am afraid, however, I am getting tiresome, and will say what I have to, in as lew words as poseible. There has been no horrible murders in the place for ?iltnort an'age The editor of the village paper says, something of the kind, just now, would be a god send, for every thing in the way of news is "stale, flat and unprovable." The villagers are going it with a particular looea ncss in the building line. New houses are going up every day, and the most of them reflect great credit on tlieir builders. I visited the farm of Hon. Joseph H. Anderson, the present popular democratic member oi Conoreee iroin this district, the ether day. It ia one of the largest and most extensively cultivated in Wettchee ter county. The reason of its being in euch fine order, is because the proprietor works on it himeelf, and sees that every thing is done as it should be. I found the honorable gentleman hard at work ia the field, and old Sol was giving his good-natured countenance a most woful scorching. He always enjoys good health, and was ever an ardent lover of agricultural pursuits. Some of his brother mem bers should follow his excellent example. The Legislature before its close, granted a charter for the continuation of the Harlem Railroad to Al bany, and the workmen are already driving busi ness astonishingly. Sincir its completion towhite Plains, the village has been quite a different place. Strangers pour in in quantities innumerable, and every thing bears a cheerful and lively aspect. The " Orawanpum Ilouse," at the teinunation of the railroad, is a fine place for visitor* to stop at when they come this way. Messrs. Oakley and Smith, tlu" gentlemanly proprietors, spare neither pallia nor expense to make their patrons comfortable and "at home." Their house is beautifully built, and is a most magnificent specimen of modern architecture. It is named after an old Iudicn Chief, who many years ago lived in a "lo.' cabin" on the janie ground. He was in several >kirmjshes with the British, and at the battle of White Plains, he was distinguirhed for his pugnacious propensities. I'he '? (ir iv. inp im" will become immensely popular during the summer. I pray you ana the gods will forgive me for thig scrawL* It has, however, one merit, it is?brief. Yours, most obsequiously, Picton Plot*. Emigration in Tennessee.?In a conversation a lew days) ai;o with Mr. (Vuenther, fays the XashtilU Whig, the very intelligent agent of Pe Cock and Bishop, of Antwerp, lor establishing a colony of Dutch ami* grants in Morgan county, in thi? State, we obtained ?ome interesting Jetaiin in relation to tbe enterprise :? About 200,000 acres ofland hare been purchased,and twe or three hundred emigrants are daily expected to arrive. Jthers will follow from time to tim'o as fast M prepare lions can bo made for their reception. Both manufee* tv res and agriculture will engage the attention of the colony. For purposes connected with the former there is water power in the greatest abundance. The agricul tural opcrationn will have reference chiefly to the cul tivation of the vine and fruit trees generally. 8pecial at tention will be given to the raising ot sheep and the growing of wool. In view of the last mentioned object, the company have already sent over a few of the flaeet Electoral Saxony rams, whose original cost was $400 a piece. They hare also recently purchased from Dr. John Shelby, 'of this vicinity, his valuable flocks of Bakewells and Southdown*. Success to the enterprise ! Wo understand also that another company, with similar objects in view, have purchased about 60,000 acres ia Perry county, and will proceed immediately to establish a settlement there. Were the vast agricultural and manufacturing resources of our State, more generally known, and the inducements they hold out to foreign capitalists, it cannot be doubted that extensivo and high ly advantageous investments would immediately lie made by them among us. Death Beo Confessions ?Justice is slow, verjr slow, in dispensing favors to the deserving. She will allow the mildew of suspicion to settle upon the character ol'an individual, till it* corrosion ?eouis to have worked upon it eternal damage. 1'ifteen j cars ngo a man committed perjury in St.eldon, Oenescc county, N. V., by which i.e not only, by the aid of strong circumstantial evidence, defrauded his neighbor of four or five hundred dollars, but also thiew Ihe suspicion of crime upon the head of that neighbor. It rested tliero. Stung by remorse, perhaps, the perjuror lelt that county, and became a wayfarer in tiie west. After many years, Justice laid her heavy iron-grasp uj>on him, and fent him retribution in the shape of poverty, sickness and misery, lie became an inmate of our township hospital, the poor house.? Death very nigh to him. .Moved by the prickings of that conscience which "doth mnke cowards ot us all,"he began to lcar the monster, and to call for very present help in time of trouble. A neighboring clergyman ha* tened to the dying perjuror's bedside. The man uttered a confession of the crime, and as a feeble token of repent ance, requested the whole to be noted down, and sent back to the defrauded and despoiled individual. The confession was sent, but so incredible did the story ap peur, and no fixed were the impressions of the citizens of the guilt of their neighbor, and of the innocence of the real perjuror, that naught but the highest written evi dence could remove them. Certificates of the verity of the contession wore yesterday sent, and after a lapve of fifteen years, the stain upon the fair fame of the individual lias been some what relieved.?Cleveland Plain Dealer. Mn. Calhoun's Farm.?Mr. Calhoun, like Mr. Clay and Mr. Webster, is fond of agricultural life; and, when not engaged in professional duties, he occuplea himself on his estate at Kort Hill About 40 cultivated acres surround his mansion?and other sections of hie grounds, according to the Expreti, are eccupied with cotton, corn, peas, aud various other crops. He he* drained his grounds, and introduced rotatien of crepe? according to the reuort of a committee who visited it? with an unexampled degree of success. The stock on his farm consists of hogs, horses, and cattle of good blood, and in excellentcoudition. Hia aegro house is a speciene stone building feet long, divided iuto spacious and comfortable apartment*. In all part* of his estate he hae blended the useful and ornamental, introducing admira ble tillage with great horticultural taste aril beeaty. The Agricultural Committee who examined this planta tion, report that Kort Kill haa been under cultivation thirty or forty year*. The.ro was a very heavy ernp of corn upon it, and a large number of poa-s ia**, and the conclusion was that, by the care besiowe.i upon it, it* production was unlimited. In the uplands ol tne farm, the committee found cotton growing ehnndanlly npo* land which had not been a great whil? tu cultivation. Lt'mher Business on tiif I'iter MississnrT.? Few persons are aware of the extent ot the luinbev business on the tributaries of the I. pper Mississippi. A gentleman engaged in the lumber trade has furnished na with the following facts On the Wisconsin end Its trl butaries there art: "?"< mills; on the Chippewa 6; on the St. Croix ?!; and on Black river 'J. These mills turn out from'iA to 30,000,000 feet sawed lumber annually, b? sides a proportionate quantity of shingle*, lath, h" A i large quantity of square and round timber i-. aiso got oat i sin! floated li.iwnto muiUets aud t.ie mills below. The lumber finds market at all the town* along the l v?rbe low the mill*, a* far down a* St. i.oui* and ?ell* at aa average price of about per thousand. There were sold in tin* city alone Inst year, about S.ooo.wo feet of iumher, at an average price of $14 per thnuaau^^nd about 4,000,000 shingles and lath at from f-X ti^i Jfl. Square timber and cedar poi-t formed also a considerable Item oftrade. Ten year* ago there u n* not * mill in all thie country, end now lumber ia turned eut to the value of over $100,000. Galena (i itt HKi.vior.Kr, -Wr nnd~.in.i tint the Frew-eft Mills Corporation ire nlioiit '* "eflt lour block* ol boarding houses i ? Helvidere, lor O.a accommodation ef persons who nre to be employed ia the mill. The bu M ings are to be of wood, one hundred feet loeg It is ex pected that the mill will go into operation at out the let <>f Kebruary, aud will produce al>oot Uurty theeaaai , yaffle of doth a day.?tesrttt CWfts.

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