Newspaper of The New York Herald, June 1, 1845, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated June 1, 1845 Page 1
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?? ? I THE NEW YORK HERA IAD. I i&\ Vol. XI., Bio. 140?Whole Ho. 4011. NEW YORK, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 1, 1845. Price Two Coots. THE NEW YORK HERALD. JAMES GORDON BENNETT, Proprietor. Circulation?Forty Thousand. DAILY HERALD?Every day. Price 3 cent* per copy?$7 l2? |>er annum?payable in advance. WEEKLY HERALD?Every Saturday?Price flj cents per copy?$3 1U< centi per annum?payable in advance. ADVERTISEMENTS at the usual price*?always cash in advance. PRINTING ef all kindi executed with beauty and despatch. * Oiy~ All letter* or communication*, by mail, addreiied to the establishment, muit be post paid, or the postage will be deducted from the lubicription money remitted JAMES GORDON BENNETT, PaoratcTOR or the Nkw Yoai Herald Estarlishnert Vorthwost comer of Fulton anil NJnowmi atropta TO WESTERN TRAVELLERS. EXPRESS ANU PIONEER PACKET LINE, (?rom Philadelphia^ Pittsburgh via the Pennsylvania Rail joads and Canal?through in 3!? daya. The above line it now iu full operation and oners great inducements te persons who wish a pleasant m?(le of travelling to the west. The cars an- built in the most approved modern style, the boatt are fitted up iu a superior manner, and every effort Is made by the proprietors to conduce to the comfort and convenience of travellers. The scenery on this ro?te is unrivalled, and the Sent chain of Pennsylvania internal improvement* is well wor v of being seen. fey this route passengers avoid all the fatigue* and danger* at tendant upon stage travelling, and at the same time make an w peditious trip. V' The oars leave every momingat 7 o'clock. Passenger* are ad vised to engage their places at Philadelphia. Office in Philadel phia N. K. corner of Chesnat and Fourth streets, and at Nee. 13 and 1} South Third sts. A. CoMMINUS, Agent. Philadelphia^ May 17, 1845. For information, in the city of New York, apply te B. H. KNISELL, Agent lor D. LEECH fc c6.'? Line. 7 West *t, N. R. my 17 dm rrc CHANGE OF HOUR. UNITED STATES MAIL LINES TO BALTIMORE. PHILADELPHIA, WILMINNGTON AND BALTI MORE RAILROAD LINE. ViaCliester, Wilmington, Newark, Elkton, Havre deGraee, tic. Through in Six Houn?Far* $3. iTtB Ou and alter Mo.iday next, May 12th, the Cars will leave the Depot corner of Ilth and Market street, daily (except Sunday) at 9 o'clock, A. M.. the lines leaving at 4 P. M, and half past 10 P. M., being discontinued after that date. This Line will leave Baltimore for Philadelphia, at 9 o'elock, A. M. NEW CASTLE AND FRENCHTOWN RAILROAD AND STEAMBOAT LINE. Through in Seven Hour*?Fare $3. On and after Monday next, May 12th, the steamboat ROBERT MOR ItlS, Capt. Douglass, wiU leave Dock street wharf daily, (except Sunday,) at half past 3 o'clock. P. M., instead of 6 A. M. as heretofore. This Line leaves Bowly'i wharf, Baltimore, for Philadelphia, at 7 P. M. SUNDAY MAIL LINE. The only Line (or Baltimore on Sunday Ivava* the Depot, corner of 11th and Market streets, at 4 o'clock, P. M. FREIGHT PASSENGER TRAIN. Fare to Baltimore 30 cents. A Passenger Car attached to the Freight Train, will leave the Depot corner 11th and Market street, dally, (except Sunday) at 5 o clock, P. M., and rench Baltimore at an early hour next morning. G. II. HUDDELL, Agent at Philadelphia, Pa. For further particulars, ipply to GEO. P. FISHER, Agent, mylO lm rc No. 17 Wall street, or 6 West street. "FROM BOSTON TO PHILADELPHIA IN A DAY. THE TRAINS the LONG ISLAND RAILROAD are now arranged for iiasseiigers to leave Boston at 6 o'clock and arrive iu New York at 4, as was the. case last eveuing; and tike the Philadelphia train at quarter before i, and arrive there ai 11 I'. M. my23tf SUMMER ARRANGEMENT: LONG ISLAND RAILROAD COMPANY. SBSSL QdHE) JHB& ifi IBIHI IIB III -WP1 TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS : From Brooklyn Depot? Boston Train?8M A. M. daily, Sundays excepted. Accommodation Train?9X A. M and 4 P. M. for Hicluvilli and intermediate places. And on TuesOavs, Thursdays andS*[ turday*, through to Green port at 9% A. M, /?Vow Grtenporl Depot? Bostou Train, daily, Sunday* excepted, at 12K o'elock P. M., or on the arrival of the steamers from Norwich. Accommodation Train?At 9,'i A. M., on Mondays, Wednes days and FrWSyx. From llicksville Depot? Accommodation Train for Brooklyn?At 7 A. M. and P. M., daily, Sunday* excepted. The Boston Trains stop only at Farmingdale and St. George's Manor. The Accommodation Train* stop at the following placet on the road, going both ways to receive and deliver passen Ited/ord*. IM Deer Park ?? East New York 12>2 Thompson 1 00 Race Course Suffolk Station.t I 12 Trotting Course 18*4 Lake Road Station,,?1 31 Jamaica 26 Medford Station 1 30 llrushville 37^ Milleville 1 #2 Hyde Park, 17 mile* 44 Sl George'* Manor 1 76 Clowsville, (during ses- Riverhead 2 00 sion Court,) 44 James port 2 06 Branch ?????? 44 Mattetnck.??? ??? ???2 06 Carle Place 30 Cutchogne 2 12 Westbury 30 Southola 2 12 llicksville 36 Greenpert 2 23 Farminfrdale 36 my22tf rrc JTNE OF PACKETS LIVERPOOL TO NEW YORK. Regitler. Burthen. Ship. Captain. tons. tons. 8KA...r. W. Edward 8B7 1400 LIBERTY T. P.Norton 692 1300 CORNELIA F. M. French... 1010 1700 MEMPHIS C. II. Coffin 7M 1400 OHIO... H.Lyon 783 1370 TAUOL1NTA J.O.Smith 604 1100 REPUBLIC J. C. I.nee 676 1*75 OEN. PARKHILL... A. M'Kown 574 1150 They are all first class New York built ships, of the choicest and Mt materials, and well known as remarkably ast sailers. Their commanders are men of longexperieticeand nautical judg ment, and well acquainted in the trade. The cabins are fitted op handsomely and commodiously for cabin passenger*, who are found with every thine except liquors and wines, and the rates are fixed .it sixteen guineas each. The second cabins and steer ayes ire lofty and airy, and every way adapted to promote the comfort and health of passengers at a cheap rate, finding their own provisions, except nreadstuffs. The appointed days of sailing will be strictly adhered to.? Freight of fine goods by this line 20s ^?q 12 Ooree Piazzas, Liverpool. Persons who may wish to have their friends come out by any of the above named favorite ships, can secure their passage by applying to . SAMUEL THOMPSON, Old Established Passage Office, alp lm*rrc 273 Pearl street. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. NEWARK AND NEW YORK, DAILY. FARE ONLY 12K CENTS. Change of Hnur. r On and after Saturday, May 17th, tha steamer ? PASSAIC, Cainain John OafTy, will ran as aM^K^B?'ollows, until further notice, viz:? Lr.AVr. NEWARK LEAVE NEW YORK. Foot of Centre street Foot of Barclay street. TXA.M and 1X P M. 10 A. M. and 4 F. M. ON SUNDAYS. Leave Newark. I Leave New York, t A. M. and 2 P. M. I 10 A. M. and 4 P. M. The Passaic has I wen lengthened 55 feet, and is now two hun dred and twenty lent long. She has a new boiler, and a new, commodious and elegantly furnished deck saloon, (0 feet in length, and is in complete order. Her aecoinmodstions for freight and passengers have been very much improved. Freight carried at reduced rates. a261m*m PEOPLES' LINE OF STEAMBOATS FOR ALBANY jgM DAILY?Sundays Excepted?Through Di Ap3j^U^9>rect, at 7 o'clock P. M., from the Pier between 3CsMlK3bCoiirtlaiidt and Liberty streets. Steamboat ROCHESTER. Captain R. O. C rotten don, will leave on Monday, Wednesday and Friday Evenings, at 7 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., landing at intermediate place, from the foot of Barclay street. Steamboat NORTH AMERICA, Captain L. W. Brainard, will leave on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday After noons, at 5 o'clock. Stenmboat COLUMBIA, Capt. W. H. Peck, will leave on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Afternoons, at 5 o'clock. Passengers taking sillier of the above Lines will arrive in Alba ny in ample time Tor the Morning Train ol Cars for the east or west. The Bents sre new and substantial, are furnished with new and elegant state rooms, and for speed and accommodations are un rivalled on the Hudson. Freight taken at moderate rates. All persons are forbid trusting any of the Bouts of this Line, without, a written order from tlie Captains or Agents. For pisssve or freight, apply ou board the boats, or to P. C. Scnaitz. at tlie office on the wharf. m27rc FARE SI 50.?Regular Opposition Line bo ? tween Philadelphia and Baltimore, from the -lower side Os Chesnut street Wharf, every Morning. Sundays excepted, at 7 o'clock, through in 9 hours, via Chess|ieake and Delaware Canal, and connect with all tlie lines south and west from Baltimore. On the Delaware. On Chesapeake Bay. Steamer PORTSMOUTH, Steamer TIIOS. JEFFER Capt. J. Devoe. SON, Capt. rhillips. And through the CsnsJ, a distance of 13 miles only, sre first rate packet boats. lu fact the accommodation by this line, both for speed and comfort, is equal to any other line between the two cities. Philadelphia, April 17, 1845. MORRIS BUCKMAN. Agent, ?I7 *m Office No 30 South Wharves. Ni:w FERRY FOR STATEN ISLAND. jfltl The fast sailing steamboat WAVE, Captain yaiidtrbllt. Will on and alter .Sunday, leave . Pier No. 1 East River, foot of Whitehall street, every day at !l and II o'clock, A. M., and 3 and 6 o'clock, P. M. Leave Staten Island at 8 and 10 o'clock, A. M., and laud? o'clock, P. M. '117*'rare 6V cents. Freight in proportion. Landing at Tompkinsville and Stspletmi each way. On 8undi>? the boat will leave every hour. N. (??By patronising this boat the public will have the fare at a price in proportiiui to other Ferries. For further informa tion. inquire on hoard the boat, or at I# West at myl7 lm?ec ; O BOATMEN, AND OTHERS.-Paving Stone of firs I rate quality, wanted immediately. Apply to J* WILLIAM FOROAY, sUlm*r No. 4* Norfolk ?? am wmSBSSBSmk NEW YORK, ALBANY ANI) TROY LINE. "* FOR ALBANY AND TROT DIRECT. ?The ? team boat EMPIRE, Canuin R B. ? ? Macy, will leave tha foot of Courtlandt ?treat, on SATURDAY EVENING, atT o'clock. . t-mpirw, owing to her light draught of Water, will be ena bled at all times to pass the bar, and reach Albauy and Troy in ,!tP n1"" to 'V morning train of corsgoinif eait or west ?or Paassge or Freight apply on board, or to C. CLARK, at tn- office on the wharf. my30 rc " DRAI-T8 ON GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND?Persona wiahing to remit mo ney to their friendi in any pirt of England. Ireland, Scotland or Wales, can be lU I'piled with drafts payable at sight, without dis count, tor any amount, from,?1 upwards. In England?On the National and Provincial Bank of Eng land; Messrs. J. Bamed fc Co., Exchange ami Discount Bank, LiveriMioI; Messrs. James Bui t & Sou, Loudon, and branches throughout England and Wales. In Ireland.?On the National Bank of Ireland, and Provin cial Bauk and branches throughout Ireland. I * Scotland?On the Eastern Bank of Scotland, National Bank of Scotland, Greenock Banking Company, and branches throughout Scotland. The s tram ship Britannia sails from Boston on the 1st June, by which all drafts can be forwarded free. Apply to W. It J. T. TAPSCOTT. my ID m 76 South st, cor. Maiden lane. FOR HALIFAX AND LIVERPOOL. THE Royal Mail Steam Ship* BRITAN NIA aad CAMBRIA, will leave Boston for the above ports, aa follows:? Britannia, Juo. Hewitt. Esq., Commander.. .Sunday, Jane 1st. Cambria, C. H. E. Judkins, Esq., " Monday, Jnne 10th. Passage to Liverpool $U0. Passwe to Halifax 20. For freight or passage, apply to m29m D. BRlGHAM, Jr.. Agent.6 Wall st 6 FOR LONDON ?The splendid packet sJiip AhE TtlUSA. will positively sail on the 4th June. Ha? very handaome aeconmudatAns for a lew cabin |>as jii ii m ni| who will be taken at less than the usual rates, by apply ing on seard foot of Wall street, or to JOHN HKRl'M ' NX Soath ?tre?t. LONDON LINE OF PACKETS-Packet of the ? 10th Jane?The splendid and elegant fast sailing pack fit ship SWITZERLAND, E. Knight, master, will positively sail as above, being her regular day. Having very superior accommodations for cabin, secoud ca bin andstrerage passengers,persons about to secure berths should make early application on board, foot of Maiden Lane, or to JOSEPH McMURRAY, 100 Pine street corner of South street. The packet ship Quebec, T. H. Hebard, master, will succeed the Switzerland, ana Ail 20th June. m29m FOli LIVERPOOL?To sail on the 30th instant? The ship CALEDONIA, Brandon, will positively i<ail as above. A lew more cabin and steerage passengers can yet be accom modated, if early application is made on board the ship, at pier C North River, or to J. HER li.VI AN, m29rc 61 South street. BLACK BALL OR OLD LINE OF LIVER POOL PACKKTS.-FOR LIVKRPOOL-Only ^????Kerular Packet of the 1st of June.?The magnificent and caleurated fast sailing, favorite packet ship CAMBRIDGE, burthen lOUOtona, W. C. Barstow, commander, will sail posi tively on Monday. 2d of June. Having unequalled sccommodations for cabin, 2d cabin and steerage passengers, those returning to the old country, or send ing for their friends, will find it to their interest and comfort to select this unequalled line of packets. For terms of passage and to secure the best berths, early ap plication should be made on board, foot of Beekman street, or to the subscriber!, ROCHE, BROTHERS It CO, m28 33 Fultou street, next door to the Fulton Bank, N. V. UNION LINE OF PACKETS FOR LIVER ? POOL.?Packet of 1st Juue.?The splendid, new. aBB^Hsfist sailing and favorite packet ship EMPIRE, 1130 tons uurineii, Capt. J. G. Russell, will sail on Monday, Juue 2d,her regular day. This magnificent ship, now on her second voyage, haa the most comfortable accommodation for cabin, second cabin and steerage passengers, of any ship about sailing for Liverpool. Her cabin is elegautly furnished, her second esbin is also fitted up in the most approved modern style. Her steerage is all that can be desired lor comfort and couvenieuce. Persons about visiting or returning to the old country, as well as all others, are invited to inspect this splendid ship, at her berth foot ol Gouverneur Lane. For passage, which is very low, early ap plication should be made on hoard, or to W. It J. T. TAPSCOTT. mt7 rrc 73 South street, corner of Maiden lane. KFOR LIVERPOOL?New Line?Regular Packet >f the 26th June?The elegant fast sailing Packet Shir iARRICK, Capt. B. J.H. Trask, of 1100 tons, will ve, her regular day. For freight or passage, having accommodation unequalled for splendor and comfort, apply on board, at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall street, or to E K. COLLIN8 k CO., 96 South stmt. Price of passage $100. Packet Slip Roscius, Capt. Asa Eldridge, ol 1100 tons, will succeed the Garrick, and sail 26th July, her regular day. m27 ec jdfcg- FOR LIVERPOOL?The elegant and very fasi ?JEffV?a.liiig packet ship SHAKSPEAJIE, Capt Cornell, jfl|Ml^h*ving part of her cargo eugaged, will have despatch. Fortnight or passage, having elegant accommodatious, ap ply on board, at Orleans wharf foot of Wall street, or to m27 E. K. COLLINS It CO., 36 South st. K PASSAGE FOR HAMBURG-With Desjiatcli The splendid new packet ship SILA8 HOLMES. Cspt. C. C. Berry, wilt sail as above, and can ver) couiioruoly accommodate a limited number of of passengers iu cabin and steerage. This ship having been built expressly for t New Orleans packet Iter accommodations are of the but and most costly description. Persons wishing to secure berths should make early application ou board, or to fr. It J. T. TAPSCOTT, mygg rr corner South street and Maiden lane. LIVERPOOL LINE OF PACKETS-Packetol the 6th June?The splendid and favorite packet ship (PATRICK HENRY, J.C.Delano master, will po ?itirely sail as above, her regular day. Having very superior accommodations for cabin, second cabin and steerage passengers, persons desirious to embark by this su perior packet, should make early application on board, foot ol Maiden Lane, or to the subscriber, jdSEPH McMURRAY, 100 Pina st-eet corner of South street. The packet ship Independence, F. P. Allen, master, will sue ceed the, Patrick Henry, and sail on the 6th of July. m8rc WANTED?Good and suitable veesels to freight .Coal from Philadelphia and Bristol to Boston, Previ idence, Sai-o, Norwich, Allen's Point, Greenjiort, Hart iuru, new Haven, Middleton, Albany, Troy and other parts. The highest price will be paid and constant employment given. Apply to FREDERICK TYLER & CO., 6 Wall street, or E. 8AFFORD It CO., sK lm*rc 81 Dock stnvt. Philadelphia. OLD ESTABLISHED EMIGRANT PASSAGE OFF ICE, 61 South it.?Punm from England, Ire I mid- Scotland and Wales?Those lending for their Iriends would do well to avail themselves of the opportunity of making their arrangements with the subscribers on reiT mode rate terms, by first class packet ships, s&ilinf from Liverpool weekly. Drafts can as usual be furnished for any amount, payablr throughout the United Kingdom. Apply to John herdman, si South ?. Tlir mail steamer Hibemia sails from Boston ou the 16th inst, by v >iich Intel-scan be forwarded quickly. my23 rh GENERAL BUILDING REPAIRS. M Nassau St.. cornei of Maiden Lane.?All orders immediately attended to foi Mason. Slateing, I'lasterinp, Flagging, tin roofs repaired ami paiuted, and all other repairs ana alterations done in the best mniner. Also, furnaces, ranges, kettles, steam boilers, ovens, and every kind of fire works put up. None but good workmen employed. Expeditious and moderate charges Chimney tops for curing smoke. Up town orders left with J. Qnina, Pluinher, 544 Broadway mn-lm'rh ' E. H. QUINN. TO LET.?A Parlor and Bedroom, very neatly tar nished, to gentlemen anil their wives, or single jcentlemeu. at 117 Franklin street agil ln?? , FOR SALE?A beautiful Country Residence, one milt rem Roesville Landing, oa Staten Island, a (arm of Zt Jk,icres of first-rate Land; a large House and good Bam, ami other Buildiugs; good Garden, with plenty of Fruit Trees will be sold reasonable and on good terma. Enquire of JJJ lm*re SAM'L. HALL. 369 Broome st FOR SALE CHEAP^ A COTTAGE AT SOUTH AMBOY. THE house is of brick and rough east. In the first story there is a breakfast room, library, drawing room, dining room and pantry, together with a kitehen and servants' hall. In the second story there are five bedrooms, witk four over the kitchen for servants. The Cottage ia in the Elixabethian style and hee six pointed gables with overhanging roofs. The Piazia extends round three sides of the house, and is ornamented with Gothic Arches. It is new and has never yet been occupied. Though within walk ing distance (IroM a half to a quarter of a mile.) of the Rail Road and Steamboat Landing, the house is entirely secluded ? With the exception of the law* and wood and the opposite shores ut' New Jersey and Staten Island, there is little else to be seeu, save the waters and the vessels that navigate them. It is surrounded and densely shsded by Wees On the lawn there are Aheeu or twenty groups of foreet treea, varying in extent from two seres to a common siaed clump. 'ITie situation is high and perfectly healthy, and commands a view of the sea. the light houses st Sandy Hook, Princes Bay and the Haritan River. 1 her* is a fine gravelly beach for Soft Water Bathing. The Rail Road ears and Steamboats leave and arrive at such hours as to enable a man of business to brrskfast at home and bo in town at half-past tan?to leave tewn at three and be et home at five. He may be in New York in two, and at Philadelphia in four hours. The purchaser may take tan, twenty, thirty or more acne with the house. For further particulars apply to JOHN C. STEVENS, 14 Barclay et. P. 8.?A short distance from the above, tliere is another hand some situation, with a house thirty-five or forty feet square. I will dispose of either or both. For a view of the house and 5rounds, apply to Mr. Abraham Everett, Superintendant, South imboy. my24 tf re NEEDLES AND FISH HOOKS. Tk J. BATE have removed their Eatabliahmeut to No. ? 101 Maiden Lane, where they have oo sale a large and well assorted stock of very superior Drilled Eyed Needles; Limerick, Salmon, Trout, Baas, Rock and Black Fish Hooks; Fishing Rods, Reels, Grass Silk and Flax Lines, Silk Worm Gut Flies, Sm lls, snd every description of Fishing Tackle, which they are able to sell oil the most liberal terms. O" 102 Maiden Lane, top Stairs)near Taarl street. myS Im'rc CAST IRON WATER PIPES, of different sixea, constant ly on hand. Also, American Pi, I ron^BRING*?ON It RICHARD., mytl lm'rh *1? Water st. GALVANIZED IRON AND TIN. flALVANIZED SHEET IRON AND TIN, a very sa V* perior article, warranted not to rust. Also, Tin Piste, Bhee Iron, Russia 8heet Iron, Sheet Copper, Zinc, Scotch and Amet rican Pig Iron, for sale l>y CASS k WARD, mylJ 3m*ec No. 71 Broad street LIFE PRESERVERS, OF GOODYEAR'8 PATENT OUM ELASTIC COMPOSITION. ARRANTED to withstand the greatest extremes of heat and cold, and not to melt or solten in the seems, (the great ctelert in Preservers made of the common rabbet preparation.)? Also, a general assortment of roods manufactured under the above intent, h or sala, wholesale and retail, by , GEORGE BEECHER. a 10 lu'tC MO Broadway, between Pine and Wall sti. INFALLIBLE BED BUG POISON. WATSON S BUG DESTROYER needs but one applica tion and the ImmI lings will shun their former abode for ever. Proprietors of hotels and steamboats, and private families who wish to keep free from these vermin, can do it at a small expense and in a few minutes. Owing to the great popularity oi tins prevention, several worthless imitsiions have been imposed uiHin the public. The genuine is sold only at Apothecaries' I{all. 36 Catherine street; 1*7 Maiden lane, and in Brooklyn by Mrs. Hays, IN Fulton street. Price 23 sad M cents per botue. alft lu?*ec WILLIAM A. SMETS WILL open hi* New Store, 737 Broadway, under the New York Hotel, corner of Waverly Place, ou THURSDAY the 17th initaat, with an entirely NEW STOCK OF GOODS, received by the late arrivals from France? A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF EMBROIDERIES. Rich Embroidered Shawls and Mantilles. Pelerine* a la reine. " Duchese d'Orleans. EMB'D COLLARS, CANEZOUS, " Mary Stuart, " a Rachel " Coloiine Point " ?la Teille " fr. Deuil " bpaipoli " aioile Bruuelle " Garui " a Bordure " en Tulle 11 grain Ca|? " a Valencienne EMB'D SCARFS, ? EMB. FICHUS k GIMPES, Extra Riche " Richly emb'd Brod ieu Couleur " a Revers '' Extra Riche " Josephine Plain Bordeur " Celine " Extra New " Valiere RICH EMBROIDERED LINEN CAMBRIC HDK'FS. Very rich a 4 Barguette Garni de Valenciene Vigrette Beguette and Uuerlande P?"it Noveans Plumeti* WEDDING DRESSES, LADIES' CAPS. Extra emb'd Mualin Dresses Thread Lac* Cape _ Thread Lace do Emb'd Muslin do Emb d Silk do Tulle Lace do " Bobbinet do ao with flower* . Thultc ?nd Tharlatine Bobbinet, do with capettea ladies; straw hats,young ladies' capottes. Ladie*' Rich Straw " Guimpure Consu Diiera " a Den telle Boi* blanc St Cordon " Totcane* ? Agremeat " Grain D'org* BOY'S STRAW COSQUETTES. Cosque ttes peerile* Straw Cap* Tyrolien* Berrets Crin " Toscaue ,t, _ ., RICH SILK PATREN DRESSES. ? t-hinoi* Silk* Pekin Brocke Parisienne " Foulard Watered " Pou de 8oic Taffeta* " Pekin Broche . t PARASOLS. Ombrvllaa with ivory handle* Ombrella* Marquise " with fringes " Plain WkUl rich Sold and silver mounting*. PERFUMERY DE TOILETTE. Of a very superior quality, imiiorted to order. Poudre d'Amondea Farine de Noisette* Pate do Blanc de Nieg* Cold Cream Otto of Roses Perfumed Sachetc Toilette Powder ? , PERFUMES FOR HANDKERCHIEFS Eaude Portugal Eglantine Rese Mouiue Essence Marerechelle Pari* Kid Gloves, Bijouteries. Buckle*, and a large assortment of Fancy Articles, which will be offered at a very reasonable price. a 16 lm*rc TO CITY AND COUNTRY MERCHANTS. HOTEL AND STEAMBOAT PROPRIETORS, CITY AND COUNTRY FAMILIES, lie. EXTRA FINE TEAS! 103 Greenwich Street, Nil! CoUBTLAWDT St., AND orroSITK THT PACIFIC HOTEL, _ New York. WE BEG LEAVE to inform you that we establiihed-our _ selves at the above place, principally for the purpose of meeting our view* of our wholesale and large family easterners on the North River Side. The upright manner in wlticli we have carried ou onr buainea* for leveral year* paat in thi* city, together with the very high quality and moderate price of onr good*, have earned lor n* a degree of reputatiou and reuown far beyond tliat of any aimilar house in the United Statea, and we consider theae the beat reasons we can urge te obtain your pa tronage. We have, however, much pleasure in stating, that we have made, with great care and judgment, our (election* from all the spring cargoea, and which compriae the fiueat specimen* of Y oung Hyson, Hyaon, Gunpowder, linj>eria] Oolong Pekoe, I Ningyong, Congou Souchong, tic., which have arrived here I rtiia season, which, with au immenae variety of Fine and Good Sunlitiei, we offer at wholesale and retail. We have alio true overnment Java and other Coffeee, aa uaual, roaited and I ground daily. j We centiiMie our operation* at our other place* a* heretofore, ; particularly at 121 Chatham at. We are vour obedient aervants, CANTON TEA COMPANY, | New York?131 Chatham at; 361 Grand *t. and 313 Bleeckei ?tree. Philadelphia?(9 Chestnut atreet, and 45 Fifth street. | my9 2m?m Tl) COUNTRY MERCHANTS. LMOND, Windsor, Roae, Variegated, and every descrip ? tion of Fancy Soaii*:? Cologne Water, in the mo*t beautiful atyle of fancy bottles. Handkerchief and Toilette Essence* in very great variety. Hair Oil* and Pomatuma of the tint qutlity, with every de scription of Perfumery and Cosmetic*. : Walnut Oil; Military Shaving Soap, the moet exquisite Soap | ever invented. It make* a perfect cream lather, which doe* not | dry on the face. Al*o. Family Waahing Soap, of excellent quality; Patent Crystal me Candles, lie., manufactured by and for*aleat the de i not of Johnson, vroom u fowler. No. 3 Courtlandtit., next door to tne ?17 lm*m new National Hotel. REMOVAL. The Public it nttijied that the Other for the tale of SC HE JVC IPS PULMONIC SYRUP, HAS BEEN REMOVED tROM No. 49* TO No. 4 Courtland atreet, North side, a few doors below Broadway, opposite National Hotel. WE CAUTION THE PUBLIC TO BEAR IN MIND, that P. S. BEEKMAN, of 49K Courtlandt street, is NO LONGER AN AGENTfor the aale of the genuine Schenck's Pulmonic Syrup. Beware of Counterfeits 1?Beware of Spurious Imitations !? To obtain the pure genuine, unadulterated Scheuck'a Pulmonic Syrup, go directly to the Proprietor's Office, No. 4 Courtland itreet. Thia medicine is the only one ever discovered, that can be re lied upon with safety, for the care of Pulmonary Consumption. It has cured when every thing else has failed?the author affirms this, without the fear of contradiction, and does it upon the clearest couvictioos of truth. If taken, and used acconling to directions, it seldori fails of effecting a perfect cure. Its principle of operation is easily explained. It soothes and calms the troublesome cough; ripens the abscess, facilitates ex mctoration, and soon frees the lung* of the mstter which col lects in the air tubes. It regulates the bowels without the use of other medicine?strengthens the system, and purifies the blood. It contains no mercury, opium, or other poisonous in gredient, but is made exclusively of roota and herba. In Schenck's treati*e, to he had (gratis) at hia office, No. 4 Court land atreet,the early hiatory of thia Syrup may be aeen. It originated from ita curing the author when in the lowest stage ol pulmonary consumptiam. A1 D' inn medicine, as a cure ior pulmonary consumption, ha* now become permanently established with tlie public. The nnmlier of cure* of pulmonary consumption made in this city, whichare before the public, are sufficient to prove that th. Syrup will cure consumption, anil is the only medicine that can be relied upon in that frightful disease. To the consumptive, nothing can be of more interest than the case of Mrs. Tucker, Ne. 43 York street, Jersey city. She wv so far reduccd in consumption as to be unable to leave her bed. She took Schenck's Pulmonic?the disease then began to ripeu, the abscess came to a head, and she discharged nearly aquart ot yellow matter, her lungs healed, herllesh returned, and she it now in the erjoyment of good health. M. Lusk, Pastor of the R. D. Church, Jersey city, statu that he is acquainted with Mrs. Tucker, and believes her statement as given in Schenck's treatise of consumption to be true. We have only space to mention tne names of Mr. C. V<ui Nest, New Brunswick, late merchant of New York, No. 13 William street, who was restored to health by the use of thi? Syrap. Also Mary E. Van Buren, No. It Christopher street. New York ; Charlotte Evans, 84 Montgomery street, Jersey city, daughter of Mr. Peter Delaney, No. 38 Market street, New wark, N. J., who were all victims to consumjKion, and cured by the use of this Syrup alone. We just add, in conclusion, that if any person wishes further sstisfaction than is furnished in Schenck s treatise, by calling at the proprietor'a office, they will be furnished with reference tr person* of the highest standing, who have been cured by Schenck's Pulmonic Hyrup. mC lm*c. RATS, MICE AND COCKROACHES. THIS is to certify that we have used Soloman Levi's Exter minator for Rata and Cockroaches, and it haa given the greatest satisfaction for the purposes intended. H. 8. DUNNING, Danning's Hotel, 63 Courtlandst. W. MOREHEAD, 41 Courtlandst. D. GRAHAM', 79 Courtland st, and a host of others. Fer sale at RUIHTON It CO's, No. 110 Broadway, 18 Astor House, and K6 Breedway, New York. anil lm*rrc LAMPS, GIRANDOLES, HALL LANTERN'S AND CANDELEBRAS, FOR THE SPRING TRADE. IKTZ, BROTHER k CO, No. 13 John street, are manu facturing, and have always on hand, a complete assortment of-uticles iu their line, of the following descriptions, which they W>ll sell at wholesald or retail, at low prices for cash: Improved Chemical Oil and Carnphine Lamps. Solar Lampa, Gilt and Brouxed, in great variety. "Cornelius k Co. V celebrated Patent Solar Lard Lampa. Girandoles, various patterns, gilt, silvered or bronsed. Suspending Solars, Doric Camphene Lamps, Bracket Solars, Side do do Solar Chandeliers, Bracket do do Patent Lard Hand Lamps, Stand do do BritaniaHand Lamps. Camphene Chandeliers, Superior Chemical Oil, Pure Sperm Oil. do Camphene. Solar and Lard Oil, do Burning Fluid, Reined Whale Oil. mhl6lind*ec PORTER. ALE AND CIDER. JOHN J. STAFF'S BOTTLING ESTABLISHMENT, NO. 9 ANN STREET, next door tothe American Museum, returns his sincere thanks to his fri??ids and the public generally, for the very liberal share of patronage already re ceived, and hopea by strict attention to business to merit s con tinuance. FIRST QUALITY? ? , Philedelphii Porter Newark Cider, Croton Ale, London Brown Stoat, _ , , and Scotch Ale. Orders for shipping attended to with despatch. mhll ec THE "THORN CHAMPAGNE." THE UNDERSIGNED will hereafter have constantly on hand, for sale, an article of Champagne Wine of an uasur passed, and probably unequalled quality. The subscriber has been appointed sole Agent in the United States for the Manufacturer. Aa a guarantee of its superiority, Colonel Herman Thorn, e( Paris, has allowed an impression of his seal to be affixed toeach bottle. The quality of the Wine will be preserved in all future shipments, uud under no circumstances be allowed to depre Inspecting this wine, Col. THom thus writes"It is of s nuality rarely to be met with in America; I have drunk no other forveara past." The atention of private gentlemen, Hotel keepers, and the trade is invited to this article. Parties desiring a summer supply should make immediate ap plication. C. LIVINGSTON, al? Im re No. 10 Wall street. COLT'S PATIENT REPEATING FIREARMS, WITH THE LATEST IMPROVEMENT OF 1844. HE DEPOT for the sale of the Colt's Pistols, Hides, Car bines and Fowling Pieces, haa been removed from No. 171 Broadway to No. f Barclay St., near Broadway, under the Astor House, where a general assortment of these superior K l re- A r m i is kepi for sale at reduced prices. They also can be had at W. II. Horstmann It Co's, Maiden lane, Mutford It Wendall, Broadway. Albany, Lyman P. Knowlcs: Delhi. Delaware co., N. Y., Ilyde It Goodrich, and H. E. Baldwin li Co., New Or leans, at New York prices. Pistols at from $16 to $28 each, in a case with equipments, (ireat imimsitions are practised ui<on the puMic in representing and selling the self-cocking and revolving six barrel Pistol fer ('olt's repenting Pistel, which is acknow ledged to be su|>erior in every res-iect to any other Pistol manu factured 111 this country or Europe. The Emperor of Russia, the Kmperor of Austria, tlx' King of Prussia, Prince ile Joinville of Krance, the Imaum of Muscat, all have them and speak in the highest terms of them. T^e Texan Army and Navy are sup plied with them, and theU. S. Navy haa been supplied with them to seme extent, and the oftcera have given the most favorable re port on Colt's repeating Are-arms. a88 lm*ec T HARTWELL'S WASHINGTON HOUSE, !W3 Chestnut Street, ABOVE SEVENTH STREET, NEXT TO THE MA80NIC HALL, . PHILADELPHIA. *?aths jnit introduced?Warm and Cold?in fine apart meuts lor both ladies and Gentlemen. my29 lm'm ~~ ~ EPHKAIM SWKKNY'S DINING ROOMS No. 66 CHATHAM STREET, N. Y. T TO THE NEW YORK PUBLIC. HE SUBSCRIBER WILL OPEN ON MONDAY, June 2d, 1845, on the second tloor of hi* highly celebrated and popular rooms, one of the molt uorel and elegant saloons in the country ever intended for public business, where gentlemen or private parties may be served iu the best manner with Break fast, Dinners and Supiwrs ; as comfortable and quiet aa iu their own private parlors. The extensive arrangement made in the 'J0.1?"?* department, will insure to those who prefer this mode of living, one hundred and seventy-eight Dishes served up iu ? style surpassing any thing yet attempted, and at prices to cor respond with reason, as every thing has been got up iu my own Peculiar stvle. I would most respectfully invite all those who would eucourage the march of improvement, to call and be sat uned to what perfection the most humble buaineaa may, with perseverance, be elevated to. ?"30 Im'rc E^HRAIM SWEENY. Gentlemen wishing to procure delightful summer residences, can do so by applying at 168 Duane street, three doors west of Huttson street, (Hotel Des Deux J rares) The situation ia not surpassed by any in the city?af fording every advantage to strangers. Superior Billiard Tables, the beet of Wines, Segars, kc. JULIUS S. SEIONETTE. m30 3t*re ? ARZAC P. SEIONETTE^ PROSPECT HALL, YORKVILLE. CONRAD ABELMAN respectfully informs his friends and the public, that the above well known and favorite place of resort has recently been refitted, and ia now open to receive vi sitors er boarders, TVhn may wish to escape the dust, uoise and inconveniences of a city life during the heat of summer. Prospect Hall, one of the most beautiful country seats in the neighborhood of the city, is situated directly over the Harlem Railroad tunnel, and can lie reached from the City Hall in thirty minutes, either by railroad or by the Harlem stages. The beauty of the house and or the surrounding scenery ia too well known to need an extended description. The attention of military companies is particularly directed to the excellent conveniences for target-shooting, drill and parade grounds, tenpin alleys, quoit grounds, 8tc. Sic. The nreaent pro a very great expense, has built out houses for all these purposes, and lie trusts that his endeavors to please will procure Tor him the patronage of a generous public, and particularly of his military friends. He pledges himself that refreshments, kc. shall at all times be of the best quality and charge* moderate. my22 linsod'm SHARON SPRINGS PAVILION, SCHOHARIE COUNTY, NEW YORK. THE PUBLIC are respectfully informed that Mr. LAN DON, of Congress Hall, Albany, has associated himaell with Mr. Gardiner, and tliat this establishment will be con ducted by them. The Paviliou will be opened for the reception of visitors 01; the first day of Juue next. The subscriber* have made many improvements in the grounds and bathing-house, and pledge themselves to use their best exertions to render this establish ment fully equal to auy watering place in this country. ^ ^ Stapes will be in readiness on the arrival of the cars at Cana joharie, to take passengers to the house. Mr. L. will, as heretofore, continue the Congress Hall, which will, during the summer, be under the superintendence of Mr. Joslin. mv89 lm*ec BOARD, 135, 137, 139 Broadway, MRS- O. FISH, NOW has several pleasant airy rooms unoccupied, and very desirable for Single Gentlemen, or Gentlemen and their wives, (without children.) Also, ? limited number of Gentle men can be accommodate*! with fell or partial Board, on moder ate terms. Transient Boarders handsomely entertained at $1 par day m29 6t*m THE " WRIGHT' HOUSE, 81 Nassau Street. WILLIAM WRIGHT, formerly of the Ram's Head, Ful ton street, beg* leave to uiiorm his friends that may be unacquainted with the fact at a distance, as well as those of the city, that he has opened a public establishment at 81 Nassau street, upon a scale of comfort that cannot be surpassed by any in the Union. His bar is furnished with the best of wines of every class. Ale, Scotch Whiskey of the purest brands, Porter, and every other article uecessary for a well stocked bar. Inde pendent of which, he has two splendid rooms, furnished, on the second floor, specially adapted for private and public meetings, courts martiaT, or any general purpose; besides which he has provided accommodation for permanent and transient lodgers, in extensive and well veutilated bedrooms, the furniture new and well assorted, and every attention will be paid to the arrange ments ef the lodgers, as well as the visiters of the "Retreat," ou all occasions. WILLIAM WRIGHT, my26 lm'ec 81 Nassau street. NEW JERSEY HOTEL?MORRISTOWN. THE SUBSCRIBERS respectfully inform their friends and the public generally, that the new and commodious house erected for a Hotel, at Morristown. New Jersey, ia open for the entertainment of all those who will favor them with their com pany, when they hope to furuish them such accsmmodatious as to entitle them to public favor. D. W. NOE, in25 3taw2m*rc DAVID CROWEL. NB.?Private House of Refreshments by D.W. TELLER, ? 206 Front street?Breakfast, Dinner and Supper. Is 6d. each. Breakfast from 6)? until 9; dining hours from a quarter before 12 uutil 3; Supper from i until 8)4 o'clock. Also, 81 Beds, all in priBM order. Lodgings 23 cu. All gentlemen wishing to aesort to a flee cool dkuag apartment, will do well to call and satisfy themselves. The proprietor also keeps the old stand corner of Fulton and Kront streets', 7, 8 and 9 Fulton Market, where he will continue to serve up all the delicacies of the season. Also, Wines, Liquors, and Segan of all kiuds and of the choicest brands, direct from the importers. m!7 Im-rh BOARDING AT 27 COURTLANDT STREET. GOOD BOARDING, with pleasant rooms, for single gentle men. Likewise, a handsome furnished perlor with bedroom adjoining, suitable for a genteel family?by myl3 lin*rc MRS. UERE, 27 Courtlnndt street. FAMILIES AND GENTLEMEN VIS1TINU LONDON, ON business or pleasure, can be accommodated during their stay with a pleasant and desirable home, in the house of a lady of respectability, where they will meet with every atteatien Apartmeuts with private tables if preferred. Apply at U RfiHTON LTO'ST.ENT. *26 lm*rc hunton Square, London. WILIJAMSB URGH COTTAGE. THE SUBSCRIBERS respectfully inform the citiieni el New York, Brooklyn, w illismsburgh and ita vicinity, that they have recently o| wued the large aud aplendid mansio'i known u the WILLI AM8BURGH COTTAGE, and fumiahed at |mt expense Tor the accommodation of resi dents and strangers. The Cottage ia eligibly situated, a few rods south of the Pock Slip Ferry,and convenient to the Houston and Grand atreet Kernel commanding a beautiful and extended view of the Bay, New York and Brooklyn. They have also at tached to the COTTAGE a large and aplendid Garden, conve nient Promenades, Uraas Platta, Shade Trees, he., making a moat delightful summer retort to while away a few hours aini<! the refreahmg breezes of the Bay. Their MUSICAL CLOCK ia richly worthaviait, being the beat piece of mechanism of the kind that waa ever imported to thia country. It will play fifty diIforent tnnea with remarkable harmony and accuracy. Tht choiceat variety ui refreshment will at all timea be promptly furnished. N. B.?In connection with thie establishment, they have WARM AND COLD 8ALT WATER BATHS-known as the Washington Batha. The water ia at all timea clear and pure. The Ferriea run from Peck Slip, Grand atreet and Hous ton atreet every fifteen minutes. Ferriage four centa. my 16 lm*ec HANDHELD It HOEFT. KUL) LSTONE'S K1D1NU 3CJHOUL, 139 and 199 Mercer Street. MR. JOHN 8. ROULSTONE haa the honor to 'inform his frieuda and the public in general, that his School for Inatnictioo in Horsemanship u bow open ty aud eveuiug, aa follow* .? Houra for Geutlemen from t to I A. M. " " Ladiea " ? A. M. to J P. M. Terms of instruction made known on application to Mr Ronlatone. Mr. R haa just received from the country aeveral fine and atyliah Saddle Horses, which ho ia authorised to aeU at a rea aonable price. myTrc DI8BR0WS RIDING SCHOOL, 408 Bowery, on Astor and Lalkyette Placet. MR. W. H. DISBROW haa the honor to announce, that his School ia open daily, (8undaya excepted) for Equestrian Tuition and Epercise Riding. Houra for Ladiea from ? A. M. to S P. M. Houra for Geutlemen from ? to I A. M. and 3 to 7 P. M. O" Terms made known on application aa above. N. B.?Highly trained and quiet Horaea, for the Road and Pa rude, to let. my6 lm*rc TEETH! TEETH! TEETH! WONDERFUL IMPROVE ENTI, DR BROWN, DENTIST. AT THE OLD ESTABLISHMENT, NO. MK BROADWAY, three doors above Chambers street, next to ftewart's new building, continues to insert I'remium Artificial Teeth, from one to a whole act, en the Scientific Principle* of Atmoapheric Preaaure. Alao, his eele bra ted WHITE CEMENT, for filling decayed teeth, and warranted usefal for maatication LOOSE TEETH, ariaing from medical treatment, or other cauaea, effectually fastened by the highly recommended Latio Odonta. TOOTHACHE cured in one minute, without pain. Teeth extracted with leea than half the uaual pain. PRICES LESS than any other Dentiat in thia city. Referencca will be givee to numerous familiea and to the medical faculty in thia city, by calling at No. MPS Broadway. myt7 lm*rh TEETH, TEETH, TEETH. 75 Only. ALL KINDS of Denteal Operations performed in a uperior atyle and cheaper than any other dentist in the city" City or country dentists ran have plate-work done by applying at the office. Instructions in any single branch, or in the whole sys tem of dentiatry, will be given on the most reasonsble terms. N. TAYLOR, Surgical and Mechanical Dentiat; my>4 lm*rh <2 Eaat Broadway. HULL'S TRUSSES. NOTICE TO RUPTURED PERSONS. PERSONS afflicted with Rnpture may rely upon the beat in atrumeutal aid the world affords, on application at the of fice, No. 4 Vesey atreet, or to either of the Agenta in the principal towna in the United States. Be careful to examine the back pad of Hull's Trusses, to aee if they'are endorsed by Dr. Hull, in writing. None are genuine, or to be relied upon as good, withont his signature. Many persona have undertaken to vend imitationa of Hull's celebrated Trusses, and thousanda are imposed upon in conse quence. These imitations cannot he relied u|>oti; tney are made lij' unskilful mechanica, and are no better than the ordinary llooms have been fitted up at No. i Vesey street, exclusively for ladies, having a separate entrance from the husineis de|wrt ment. where a female ia in conatant attendance to wait upon female patients. all lm re HOHE'S PATENT EXTENSION D1 N I N O TABLES, W ITH METALLIC SLIDES, long known aa the most du rable, convenient, and elegant of extension Table* manu factured; warranted to run easy coostantlv, and not to lie afferr ed bjr tlampnees or warping of the wood. A large assortment of choice |iattern?, suited lor private parlors, hotels, steamboats, lie., together with a general assortment of Cabinet Furniture, alwa) s on hand, at the Ware-rooms, No. MOGrand street, cor in-r of Elm, where the public i* respectfully invited t* call and examine. atl Im'ec V\ INK?a*i balea Bridpott Seine, Herring and Gill Net, JL from to 36 Iba., manufactured with the utmoat care ex rs Central America. [Correipondenee of the Herald.] Point Arenas, Central America, ) March 1st, lfcMfi. > Dear Sir : Since my last, from the other Bide of the land, 1 have been on an excursion round Cape Horn, in the beautiful little brig Sourbug, (that is not her name, but ought to be, as that insect comas as near her apj?earance as any thing you can ima gine.) She is an excellent sea-boat and all that; ; sails net fast, but Btrong. I had a very fine passage in the brig, all things considered, down to Point Arenas, west coast of Central America, State of Costa Rica. Point Arenas is the sea-coast of Carta go, 70 miles in the interior, and is the only seaport the State "this side of the land." It is a new and flourishing little village, containing about 150 houses, all thatched with grass, and all built of reeds, with the exception of the cus tom house, or "Casa de Ladrones," as the Spaniards call it, (literally house of theives,) and a few others, which are passable buildings. The staple of this State is coffee, which is of a very fine quality, and commands a good price in England, where the grea ter part of it is shipped. February is the harvest time of the coffee, and in that month there are se veral vessels here loading, some few go to Valpa raiso, but the greater part go to Englund. There can be procured! here, also, pearls, pearl and tortoise shell, some indigo and logwoed. Ail the tropical fruits'are to be found, but the chief vegetable is plan tain. Yams grow to great perfection, but are not cultivated to any extent. Point Arenas, as its name denotes, is a sandy point, extending into the gulf of Nicoya, and is a very good harbor, as it seldom blows very hard there?then there is an excellent harbor inside of the point for small vessels, say of 200 tons, where they can lay secure from all winds ; but outside, they are exposed to S. W. winds, which are the sea breezes here; however, as it seldom blows fresh here, the roudsare safe enough. Some people who own property further down the gulf, want to have the port moved there, where it once was. to a place called Calderas, and which was so sickly that the inhabitants all died. They will hurdly succeed in changing it again, I think?a pity they should, as this is all than can be desired. From P. A. I went down to a place called Chinqui, in the Sute of Neuva Grenada ; that is a small port, (called by some David,) between which and Panama a small trade is carried on in hides, shell, sarsap.irilla, ifcc The town of David is about fifty miles up the river, and is only navigable lor very small vessels, but at the mouth of the river is a commodious harbor for any class of vessels, well sheltered. The duty on all American goods was excessively high when 1 was there, but has since been reduced. Owing to the high duties then we made no business there. It was during the month of October 1 was on that part of the coast,and it rained incessantly,with very sharp lightning and heavy thunder, strong squalls ana calm* alternately, and a tremendous sea on. It is cer tainly the most disagreeable part of the coast be tween Panama and Guatamala. There is a very re markable waterfall in the neighborhood of David, which rushes out of a lake over a precipice a thou sand feet deep, and two hundred feet wide ; the lake is 10,000 feet above the level of the sea, and can be be seen seventy or eighty miles off; it is a good mark for finding Chinqui; when Been from the sea, it has the appearance of a wide road up the side of the mountain. From Chinqui I proceeded to San Carlos, sea port of San Miguef, in the State of San Salvador. This is a very capacious harbor, and very snug except in north-east winds, when it is rather rough ; however, as the holding ground is good, there is no danger ot a vessel going ashore. At San Miguel, 45 miles in land, there is an annual fair, for the sale of indigo, in the month of November; there and then mer chants meet from all the adioiiing States, and buy and sell indigo, barter, trade, &c. Indigo is the staple of this province, and is raised in great abun dance and of the finest quality. The fair this year was a very poor affair, as all the people are up in arms warring against Nicaragua, tne adjoining State. This has caused a general stagnation in busi ness, and instead of seeing fifteen or twenty vessels at the port, there were only four or five, and they went away empty. At San Miguel is an immense volcano, which can be seen for a hundred miles at sea?it does not bum at present. Molespin is President of this State now. He is ? negro of low origin; don't laugh?all negroes are not of low origin, at least not here. Negroes rise as high as any others in these States. But this ne gro is of low origin, is ugly as the devil, brutal, cru el, and tyrannical; a drunkard and eut throat; hi* sister keeps a ytendo or shop in San Carlos, fre quented by all the sailors from the shipping, and by her brother's soldiers. She is rather tne best of the two. The soldiers would parallel Falstaff's in point of clothing. I presume they call them light infantry from the manner in which they are equipped, but really they are famous fellows for forced marches bear fatigues that would kill a white man?and live on a very small amount of food, and Bleep on the bare ground with perfect impunity. There is no dis cipline amongst them?after the first charge or discharge, every man fights on his own hook, and when he gets tired of fighting, runs away or joins the other party. When they want soldiers they press them, ana after getting them to quarter, when they want them to muster, instead of beating the drum they send round conrorals to find them?then the following takes place :?" Hollo! Peare Molino, where are you1!?we are looking for you?the line is forming?run and fall in." "Oh, damn the line, I've got no musket." " Well, get Juan Fenera's. he's sick." While this is going on in one part, the same, or nearly the same, ts taking place nearly ali over town ; at last they get them together, and such a set of ragged, dirty, cut throat looliing individuals you never saw. Then they are pu( through their paces for an hour or so, ana after 'making an hun dred blunders are dismissed. They are poor regulai soldiers but, Spaniard like, are excellent "guerillas." Molespin gets drunk and orders one or two shot for some trifling offence, and, perhaps, the next day asks for one of them. Some one replies, "Please your Excellency, you ordered him to be shot yes terday." "Oh! so I did, I forgot?oh. never mind." He is a blood thirsty wretch and shoot* his prisoners of war very frequently, without re gard to rank?he knows nothing of the usage of civilized warfare. At this present writing he is besieging Leon, a town in Nicaragua, well supplied with the munitions of war; aud he will find it difficult to take. The Nicaraguana have a park of -artillery in their Plaza of 100 pieces, and as the cry is "no quarter," they will fight desperately. Their General, Fernandez, is a man of most indomi table courage and perseverance, and has some brave officers under him; among the rest is Capt.Morazon, son of the late Gen. Mnrazon, called the Napoleon of Central America, and the antipodes of Molespin. Young Morazon is said to possess a great many of his father's good qualities, and with such officers, their succesbful defence is said to be almost certain. Molespin has also some fine officers, one a French man, Gen. Saget, who disapproves of the command er-in-chief tactics, and says if they have to retrent the chances are ten to one against their being cut to pieces 'Tis true they have their men-of-war to retreat to (two schooners and one brig) but a single 1 faux pa* in their movements will cause the annihi lation of the army. At the mouth of the entrance of the harbor of San Carlos, in San Salvador, is a remarkable boiling spring?and while lying in the harbor I made one of a party to visit it. It is close to the water's edge, among rocks, and is not very deep?one of our paity undertook to remove some of the stones out of it so as to be able to dip a pitcher in for some water, not thinking of the neat, and scalded his hands very badly, for which he got laughed at heartly of course. While we were there the wind commenced blowing very hard from the north-east unci we could not get back, and had no provisions?we had to forage round and pick up birds' eggs, which we boiled in the spring and made a most delicious repast?to wards night the wind moderated and we got back on board. We filled a demijohn of the water, in tended for Doctor Chilton, of your city, to analyze, but unfortunately it got broken. More in my next. Cruiser . Personal. Governor Wright left Albany on Monday last for Vermont, on a visit to hit mother, and will not return till Thursday next. His private Secretary, H. Moody, F.sq., remain! at the Kxecutive office. The Hon. Levi Woodbury has been selected to deliver the annual nddres* before the New Hampshire Historical Society, at Concord, on the Uthof June next. . Hishop 1 he Lawck.?This gentleman is fast recov ering. He walked around hi* room on Monday. Hon. John Cam|>l>ell, late and for many years mem ber ot'the Utilise of Representative* in Congress, from . South Carolina, died at hi* residence in Marlborough dis trict, on the ttd in?t. The library of the late venerable Bishop < iriswold of Mass., has been presented, by hi* widow, to the Theo, ogical Seminary or Virginia. Mrs. Lydia Jane Pierson, a fine poetess and vigor ous writer, ii arranging a volume for publication. Mr. Cushing, it is said, is on a visit to Mr. Tyler. Ex-President Mirabeau B. Lamar was in Mobile on the iSd inst., on hi* way to Texa*. Theatricals, 4fc. Welch and Mann's Uneouat.lkiJ Circihs Co* FARr.?Thii elegant exhibition of all that art and genius could combine, U now fully prepared to enter upon a aummcr's campaign of general entertainment. Thejr will make their first appearance at Newark on Monday and Tuesday; from thence they proceed to Paterson, where they will perform on Wednesday and Thursday? on Friday they will exhibit at Newark, and the great dis play of all will be on Saturday next, when they will pais in a grand and never before equalled procosiion through the principal streets of this city, accompanied by their splendid band, drawn in a gorgeous chariot by eight cream colored horaes, in r harness of matchless splendor and magnificence. The establishment of the Sana family, under Delavon, is now performing with great success at Syracuse. Mrs. George Jones u about to make her appear ance at the Chatham Theatre. Mr. Jerrold's new comedy, "Time Works Won ders," is in rehearsal attho Park, and will shortly be pro duced. The Pittsburg Theatre has been re-opened with a very fair company. Mrs. Watts and Mrs. Hardwick, late of the Olym pic, are in full favor at the Albany Museum. Jim Crow Rice is drawing well at the National, Boston. * Mr. Jerrold's new comedy is being acted at the Boston Museum. Herr Driesbach and his menagerie are in Albany. Mr. Jamieson and Mrs. Hunt are drawing most capital houses at the Buffalo theatre. Mr. Henry Philips gave a concert in Montreal, on the 39th inst. He is expected to sail for England in the early part of the ensuing month. The Campanologian Brothers, from this city, gave a concert at Auburn on Monday evening last, which the Journal say 9 was attended by a numerous and highly de lighted auditory, it seems to he the general verdict that they already excel their so-called "Swiss" rivals, though they have had but six months' practice. They were ad vertised to tilay in Rochester on Thursday evening, asd at Canandaigua the evening previous. Ole Bull paid a visit to the Mammoth Cave. The editor ot the Cincinnati Republican says that should Ole Bull do up this great work of Nature with horse hair and catgut, lit presumes the most proper title for the music would be a cavt-U-in-a (Cavatina.) A Negro's idea of love, as given by Pelham, one of the Etheopian serenaders "Ah, nigger! I felt as if I war up in the clouds between two hot buckwheat cakes, and all de leetle angles were pourin' down 'lasses upon me." The Fakir of Ava is about to pay Lancaster a visit. Huber, the violoncellist, is now in this city. He comes with the highest honor of the Conservatoire of Pa ris. His violoncello is said to rival Knoop, and throw CateUa in the shade. Not only is he an able performer on this great instrument, but he is said to be a vocal com poser ol considerable ability. Mr. Huber is accompanied by his sister, who is his pupil and a pianiitt of much abi lity. There is little doubt out the residents of New York will have aa opportunity of hearing these artistes ia a short time. Messrs. Place <fc Stickney have taken the Ameri can Theatre and the National Amphitheatre in New Or leans, and are now advertisting for ladies and gentlemen of acknowledged talent to open the season for tliem in Oo tober next, fir, Place, we believe, was one of the for mer managers of the American. The Hughes family gave their farewell concert ia Savannah on the 36th mst. Fry's new Grand Opera, which is now getting up at the Chesnut, Philadelphia, owing to the preparationa that are being made for its production, will not be brought out before Wednesday night. Booth was to perform Brutus and Jerry Sneak for his benefit, at the Walnut Street Theatre, Philadelphia, last evening. Mrs.Seguin's benefit was to come off last evening at the Chesnut Street Theatre, Philadelphia. A musical invention of a noval kind, is now ex hibiting in Cincinnati?it was manufactured in Paris, and is called aHarmonian. It is a small piece of furniture, occupying about as much spacc as an ordinary pier table, but containing within a case a whole orchestra of musi cal instruments, namely?the Basson, Clarion, Bourdon, Cor-Anglais, Flute, Clarionette, Fife, and Hautbois? either of which can be used singly, or combined with one, or all of the others, at the will of the performer. It is played upon in the same manner as an organ, with a scale of five full octaves. Beethoven's Monument at Bonn, is finished. The inauguration of it is to take place in the month of July. Varieties. The pillory and the whipping post still form a part of the instruments of punishment in Delaware. Wm. M. Porter was tried and convicted at Newcastle, during last week, of horse stealing. He was sentenced to reeeive thirty-nine lashes en the bare back, and to remain in the pillory one hour, which punishment was inflicted on him on Monday. He is to be sent to New Bruuswick on the 3rd of June, where he will again be tried for a similar offence. At a soiree in Philadelphia, just before the Revo lution broke out, a British officer said, "it would be fool ish in the Americans to go to war ; they could accom plish nothing, and get nobody to head them." Mrs. Bid die (the mother of our gallant commodore) warmly re plied, "Sir, we shall find no difficulty. I have seren sons, and if they cannot find a general, I will myself lead them to battle." Two of these sons did fall in the Revo lution. The steamboat Kolla arrived at Fort Gibson Fri day evening last, and departed the next morning for Van Buren. This is the first boat that has ascended the Ar kansas thus far for almost a year past, but will soon be followed b v others, as the river is said to be now in good boating order.? Cherokee Jiivcate, Mat/ 8. Roman Catholic Baptisms were condemned by the Presbyterian (teneral Assembly, at Cincinnati, iOth inst. Yeas 169 ; nays 6 ; not voting 4. Majority against recognizing the baptisms, 169. Major I. Thompson who has just completed his labors in taking the census of Augusta, Us., gives the following as the resultWhites, 3,9.? ; free colored, 440 ; slaves, 3,119. Total, 7,All. A paper has iut.t started at Milwaukie, with the motto?" devoted to the removal of J. A. Noonan, as Postmaster at Milwaukie, and to be continued until that object is effected." The H'nonsorket Patriot has a letter from a typo who turned farmer?who has taken pains to ascertain biddy's expenses and profits, and he thinks the profit on twenty-five hens is equal to that of a good cow. Mr. Miller, the father of Millerism, has been preaching in the Tabernacle, Boston, during the week past, hut to rather slim audiences. The ieitruction is now fixed to come oil'next December?in a horn. The New Haven people have recently subscribed about )MI0 for music, to be played two evenings in the week, under the elms upon the public " Green. UV >arn by the St. Louis papers that the two two Hodges, the murderers arrested in Nauvoo, had bees given up and taken into Iowa for trial. The Balhton Democrat is the title of a new week ly paper issued at Ballston Spa., and edited by N. Hine. On the 28th, three MiUerites were committed to jail in Portland, Me., simply on account of their religion. The Rev. Mr. Harvey, a Baptist clergyman, 100 years of age, is still living at Frankfort, N.Y., and ia en gaged every Sabbath in the profession. The whalers at Nantucket have cleared on their last voyage over $106,000. It is stated that there are now more Americans in Europe than have been before, since 1884. Canada.?The Osu-tgo Whig oi the 13th inst. con tains the following:? Up to last evening twenty-one invoices ef merchandise shipped at New Vork for Canada, under the provisionstof the drawback law, have reached this port. The parcels consist mostly of West India Goods, with some Canton and Smyrna. The Quebec Mercury of tho 2rtth inst. says : The seasea at the present time is rather more backward than ueual. The earliest wild fruit trees are just coming into bloe som, and the wild strawberries are only in llower. The pastures afford a scanty subsistence for the cattle, and the earlier sown grains are but just appearing above ground. The weather continues variable, cloudy, with showers, succeeded by cold, and now and then a fair warm day. Vegetation and agricultural operations are retarded, and the time of our short season is rapidly passing away. In less than a month the days begin to shorten, and in five or sis months the ground will he covered with snow, to lie for six months. In tho towns, labor is in great de mand,from the influx of shipping.and the preparations for loading and despatching them. Wages are good, and the necessaries of life are not extravagant in price, although there has naturally been a rise in the market. Now is the time to think of steady labor, and laying up something for our- longawinters, which by many are only thought of when they are present. (Quebec, at the present time, offers the pleasing pros pect of trade and increasing industry. Between seventy and eighty sauare rigged vessels may he counted in front of the town, from the Vul-de-Sac to the north of the river Saint Charles, besides a greater number gone to their different loading grounds. The total number arrived is ?10. Canai. EirntRMUM.?We went yesterday to we lyinjT at our Basin, the Portable Boat Delaware, dis charging freight for some of our merchants, which had been loaded in Philadelphia on the dth of May and carried to this place, without handling until they reached 'hie point. This boat is formed in four section*, each of which, when on land, is supported by sn eight wheel truck, the goods loaded in the warehouse In Philadel phia, the boat is then hauled by a loconietive to ( olum hie, where she is launched, anil proceeds hj canal to Hol lidaysburg, is then again placed npon trucks, crosses the height of the Alleghany Mountain to Johnstown, is again launched upon the canal, ami proceeds thence to this place or any other point on tho t ros# ( utor Ohio (. anal ?the eoods nover being moved from the time they were first placed in the boat at Philadelphia. We view this as opening a new and militant eta in the mode of carrying roods of great advantage to our merehants, and with success to the enterprising captain ami proprietors ? Mntiilon QateUt. _

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