Newspaper of The New York Herald, June 5, 1845, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated June 5, 1845 Page 1
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ag=?e=??- , : BEESSSSaSBSgSSSgSgSESSSgESSSESESSSSSSSSSSSaSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSBSSSSgSS^^ THE NEW YORK HERALD. Vol. XI., No. 153?Whole No. 4013. Price Two Coats. THE NEW YORK HERALD. JAMES GORDON BENNETT, Proprietor. Circulation?Forty Thousand. D1ILY HERALD?Every day. Trie* 9 cents pei copy?$7 Uft per annum? payable in advance. WEEKLY HERALD?Every Saturday?rrico cent* per copy?$3 lit cents per annum?payable in advaBce ADVERTISEMENTS at the usual prices?always cash in advance. PRINTING of all kind* executed with beauty and dospatch. Gtj- All letters or communications, by mail, addressed to the establishment, must be post paid, or the postage will be deducted from tho subscription money remitted JAMES GORDON BENNETT, Pdoprirtor or the Nr.w York Herald Establishment Northwest corner of Fulton and Nassau strents LONG ISLAND RAILROAD. 'Sfeiia Sk CHANGE OF HOUR. SUMMER ARRAGEMENT. On and after the 22d inst., a train will leave tlie depot, at Brook Ini, for Boston, via Norwich and Worcester, every loomingat 8?? o'clock, Sunday's excepted. Passengers will leave the foot of Whitehall st. at 8){ 'ocl?ck. Fan through $3 25 Second class passengers 1 Kg myl7 1 in is rc TO WESTERN TRAVELLERS. EXPRESS ANU PIONEER PACKET LINE, , From Philadelphia to Pittsburgh via the Pennsylvania Hail roads and Canal?through in 3ifc d?ys. The above line is now in full operation and offers great inducements to persons who wish a pleasant mode of travelling to the west. The cars are built in the most approved modern style, the boats are ftted up in a superior manner, and every effort is made by the proprietors to conduce to the comfort and convenience of travellers. The scenery on this route is unrivalled, and the Seat chain of Pennsylvania internal improve man ts is well wor y of being seen. By this route passengers avoid all the fatigues and dangers at tendant upon stage travelling, and at the same time make an ex peditious trip. The cars leave every morningat 7o'clock. Passengers are ad vised to engage their places at Philadelphia. Ollice in Philadel phia N. ?. corner of Chesnut and Fourth streets, and at Nos. 13 and 13 South Third sts. A. CUMMINGS, Agcut. Philadelphia, May 17. 11)15. For information, in the city of New York, apply to k. H. KNlSELL, Agent for D. LEECH fc CO.'s Line. 7 West st, N. R. my!7 6m rrc CHANGE OF HOUR. UNITED STATES MAIL LINES TO BALTIMORE. PHILADELPHIA, WILMINNGTON AND BALTI MORE RAILROAD LINE. ViaChester, Wilmington, Newark, Elkton, Havre de Grace, tc. Through in Six Hour*?Far* $3. On and alter Monday next. May 12th,.the Cars will leave the Depot corncrof lltli 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 clock, A. M. _ NEW CASTLE AND FRENCHTOWN RAILROAD AND STEAMBOAT LINE. Through in Seren Hours?Fare $2. On and after Monday nest, May 12th. the steam boat ROBERT MORRIS, Capt. Douglass, will leave Dock street wharf daily, (except Sunday,) at hall'past 3 o'clock. P. M., instead of 6 A. heretofore. . , _ , . ? This Line leaves Bowly s wharf, Baltimore, for Philadelphia, at 7 P M 8UNDAY MAIL LINE. The only Line lor Baltimore on Sunday lmves the Depot, corner of Uth and Market streets, at 4 o'clock, p M. FREIGHT PASSENGER TRAIN. Fare to Baltimore 80 cents. . A Passenger Car attached to the Freight Train, will leave the Depot corner llth and Market street, dally, (except Sunday) at 5 o clock, P. M., and reach Baltimore at au early hour next moniiug. G. H. HUDDELL, Agent at Philadelphia, Pa. For further particulars, apply to . GEO. P. FISHER, Agent, mylO lm re No. 17 Wall street, or 6 West street. FltOM BOSTON TO PHILADELPHIA IN A DAY. THE TRAINS upon the LONG ISLAND RAILROAD are now arranged for passengers to leave Boston at 6 o'clock aud arrivein New York at 4, as was the case last evening; and take the Philadelphia train at uuarter before i, and arrive there at 11P.M. my 23 tf SUMMKK JiKRJiSOJSMJKNT. LONG ISLAND RAILROAD COMPANY. TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS ; From Brooklyn Depot? Boston Train?(V A.M. daily, Sundays excepted. Accommodation Train?9)4 A. M and 4 P. M. for Hicksyillt and intermediate places. And on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saj turdays, through to Greenport at 9)4 A. M, From l/rrenport Depot? Boston Train, daily, Sundays excepted, at 12K o'clock P. M., or on the arrival of the steamers from Norwich. Accommodation Train?At 9,'? A. M., ou Mondays, Wednes days and Fridays. From Ilickteille Depot? Accommodation Train for Brooklyn?At 7 A. M. and Its P. Mm daily, Sundays excepted. ... , ? ? , The Boston Trains stop only at larmingdale and St. George s Manor. ...... The Accommodation Trains stop at the following places on the road, going both ways to receive aud deliver passen Sers, viz: _ _ . _ >edford 12V? Deer Park 87 East New York 12)2 Thompson 1 00 Race Course... ... .... 18-4 Suffolk Station... ???????.1 1^ Trotting Course 18^4 Lake Road 8tation... ? ? ? 1 31 Jamaica 25 Medford Station... .....1 50 Brushville 37)4 Milleville .. 1 62 Hyde Park, 17 miles 44 St. George's Manor 1 75 Clowsville, (during ses- Riverhead 2 00 sion Court,) 44 Jamesport 2 06 Branch 44 Mattetuck 2 06 Carle Tlace 50 Cutchogne 2 12 Westbury 50 Southold 2 12 Hicksville 56 Greenport 2 25 Farmingdale 56 myttfrre JE OF l'ACKt'J'S LIVERPOOL TO NEW YORK. Reniiltr. Burthen. Ship. Captain. ton*. tans. SEA... W. Edward HR7 MOO LIBERTY r. P. Norton (92 1300 CORNELIA F. M. French... into i7no MEMPHIS C. H. Coffin 7!? 1400 OHIO H.Lyon 788 1370 TAROLINTA J.O.Smith 001 1100 REPUBLIC J. C. Luce 676 1275 GEN. PARKHILL.. . A. M'Kown.... ..574 1150 They are all first class New V'ork built ships, of the choicest and best materials, and well known a* remarkably ast sailers. Their commanders are men of lougex|ierieiic eand nautical judg tneut, and well acquainted in rhe trade. The cabins are fitted u|> handsomely and commodiously for cabin passengers, who are ibnnd with every thing except liquors and wines, and the rates are fixed at sixteen guineas each. The second cabins uid steer ages are lofty and airy, and every way adapted to promote the comfort ami lie.ilth of passengers at a cheap rate, finding their own provisions, except breadstuff's. The appointed days of sailing will be strictly adhered to.? Freight of fine goods by this lint; 20s.^j|eMojK ^ Aj'p^y u> ^ 12 Ooree Piazzas, Liverpool. Tenons 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, ?10 lm'rrc 273 Pearl street. PEOPLES' LINE OF STEAMBOATS FOR ALBANY DAILY?Sundays Excepted?Through Di ? rect, st 7 o'clock P. M., from the Pier between -Cmiiilanilt and Liberty streets. Steamboat ROCHESTER, Captain R O. Crutteudon, will leave on Monday. Wednesday and Friday Evenings, at7 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 COLUMBIA. Capt. W. H. Peck, will leave on Monday, Wednesday, Friday anil Suuday Afternoons, at 5 o'clock. Steamboat NORTH AMFJUCA. Captain L. W. Brainard, will leave on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Afternoons, at 5 ?'clock. Passeng"r* taking either of the akoTe Lines will arrive in Alba ny in ample time foe tlie Morning Train ol Cars for the east or west. The Boats are new and substantial, are furnished with new and elegant state rooms, and for speed and accommodations are uu tivnlled on the Hudson. Freight taken st moderate rates. AH persons sre forbid trusting any of the Boats of this Line, without a written order Irom the Captains or Agents. For passage or freight, apply ou board the boats, or to P. C. Semi.i /.. >t tlii office on ihe wharf. l?2rr NOTICE. STATEN ISLAND FERRY, FOOT OF WHITEHALL STREET. On and after Sunday, June 1st, the Steamers SV LPII and STATEN ISLANDER will leave as follows until further "otic* ~ LEAVE STATEN ISLAND : I, 9, 10, II and 12. A. M.S. I, 2. 4. 5. 6 and7 P. M. LEAVE NEW YORK: ?. 9, 10, 11 and 12. A. M.s I, 2, 3U, 5. 6 and 7>i, P. M. h'AllE ?'? CENTS. On Sundays?The Boats will leave every hour from 8 A. M. until 7 P. M. r?y31rc SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. NEWARK AND NEW YORK, DAILY. FARE ONLY I2? CENTS. Change of Hnur. ? fti jxA On and after Saturday, May 17th, the steamer Clm i. PASSAIC, ('aiitain John (itffy, will run as JB??Us m '(dlnws until further notiM, viz:? LEAVb NEWARK LEAVE NF.W YORK. Foot oI Centre street. Foot of Bnrclay street. IX A. M. and IX P M. 10 A. M. and 4 P. M. ON SUNDAYS. Leave Newark. I Leave New York, 8 A. M. and 2 P. M. I 10 A. M. and 4 P. M. The Pnssaic has been lengthened 55 feet, and is now two hun dred and twenty f,?t long. She has anew boiler, mid s new, commodious and elegantly furnished deck saloon, 60 feet iu length, and Is iu complete order. Her sceommodstions for freight ind passengejs hav* been very much improved. Freight carried at reduced rates. sjg lm* m HAP PI NO PAPER?7>HI i esmsTYp and Crown Wrap ping Paper, for sale by __ I'EKbSE ot BROOKS, Paper Warehouse, 63 and (7 Naassu st Aito, NO mm* TiMSf runflW colon. myMih CHKAr AND PLEASANT EXCURSION TO THE I LOWER BAV. The Steamboat WAVE will, on and after Saturday, the 7th instant, leave Pier No. I E. R.. at !> and 11 o'clock, A. M., and 3 and 6K P. M ; leave Staten Island at 8 and 10 A. M., 1 and S>4 P. M.? Fare 6*4 cent*. N, B.?On the 3 o'clock trip the Wave will make an excur ?iou ill the Lower Bay, passing Kort Hamilton, Telegraph and Coney Island, giving passengers a full view of the Ocean. For ihe whole excursion only 12'j cents will be charged. Q / "Refreshments, of the beat qualities, provided on board. my 17 lm*rc /til FARE SI JO.?Regular Opposition Line be ? it*" m 1 ween Philadelphia aiul Baltimore, from the : Xm3KaZL.Iower side of Chesnut street Wharf, every | Vloming, Sundays excepted, at 7 o'clock, through in 9 hours, via Chesn[ieake and Delaware Canal, and connect with all the ines south and west from Baltimore. On the Delaware. On Chesatieake Bav, Steamer PORTSMOUTH, Steamer TIIOS. JEVFER Capt. J. Devoe. SON, Capt. Phillips. And through the Canal, a distance of 13 milea only, are first ate packet boats. In fact the accommodation by this line, both for sj>eed and :omfort, is equal to any ether line between the two cities. Philadelphia, April 17, 1845. MORRIS BUCKMAN. Agent, <17 * m Office No. 30 South Wharves FOR HALIFAX AND LIVERTOOL. THE Royal Mail Steam Ships BRITAN NIA and CAMBRIA, will leave Boston for I the above ports, as follows:? Britannia, J no. Hewitt, Esq., Commander.. .Sunday, June 1st. Cambria, C. II. E. Judkius, Esq., " Monday, June 10th. Passage to Liverpool $120. Passage to Halifax 20. For freight or passage, apply to m29m D. BRIUHAM, Jr., Agent, 0 Wall st. DRAFTS ON'OREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAN U?Persons wishing to remit mo ney to their friends ill any |iart of England. Ireland, Scotland or Wales, can be supplied 'with drafts payable at sight, without dis count, for any amount, from ?1 upwards. In England?On the National and Provincial Bank of Eng land; Messrs. J. Barned St Co.. Exchange and Discount Bunk, Liverpool; Messrs. James Bill t & Sou, London, and branches throughout England and Walej. Ik Ink land.?On the National Baiikof Ireland, and Provin cial Bank and branches throughout Ireland. I r. Scotland?On the Eastern Bank of Scotland, National Bank of Scotland, Greenock Banking Company, and branches throughout Scotland. The steamship Britannia sails from Boston on the 1st June, by which all drafts can be forwarded fret. Apply to W. & J. T. TAPSCOTT. inylft m 70 South st, cor. Maiden lane. PACKET FOR MARAEILLht). on the lUthJune -Thenew packet ship PRINCE DE JOINVILLE, Japt Wm W Lawrence, will be unavoidably de tained until the above date, at which time she will positively tail. The accommodations for passengers by this ship, are not sur passed by any of the European packet ships, and afford an ex cellent opportunity for those wishing to go to auy port of the Mediteiranean, for which or freight, apply to CHAMBERLAIN k PHELPS, 103 Front street, or to ? m . BOYD It HINCKEN, Agents, No. 9 Tontine Buildings, comer Wall and Water streets. j3rc PACKETS FOR HAVRE-Second Lihe-The packet ship ONEIDA, Captain Jaa. Funk, will sail ion the lstof July. or freight or passage apply to BOYD & HINCKEN, Agents, No. 9 Tontine Buildings, cor. Wall and Water streets ju3 rc LONDON LINE OF PACKETS?Packet of the ,10th June?The splendid and elegant fast sailing pack Ift ship SWITZERLAND, E. Knight, master, will positively sail as above, being her regular day. Having very superior accommodations for cabin, second ca biu andsteerage 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, and sail 20th June. m29in FOR LIVERPOOL?New Line?Regular Packet .of tlw aitli June?The elegant fast sailing Packet Ship ????mUARKICK. Capt. B. J.H. Trask, of 1100 tons, will iail ax above, lier regular day. For freight or passage, having accommodation unequalletHbr iplendor and comfort, apply on board, at Orleans wharf, not if Wall street, or to E K. COLLINS St CO., X South street. Price of passage $100. Packet Ship Roscius, Capt. Asa Eldridge, of 1100 tout, will mcceed the Oarrick, and sail 26th July, her regular day. m27 ec PASSAGE FOR HAMBURG?With Despatch? .The splendid new packet ship SlLAS HOLMES, ^MHM<' ipt. 0. G. Berry, will sail as above, and can vepr couilortably accommodate a limited uumber of of passengers iu cabin and steerage. This ship having l>eeii built expressly for a New Orleans packet her accommodations are of the best and most costly description. Persons wishing tosecure berths should maku early application on board, or to W. St J. T. TAPSCOTT, mv26 rr corner South street and Maiden lane. LIVERPOOL LINE OF PACKETS-Packetol ? the 6th June?The splendid and favorite iwckct ship ? PATRICK HENRY, J. C. Delano master, will po ?itively sail as above, her regular day. Having very superior accommodations for cabin, second cabin mil steerage passengers, persons desirious to embark by this*u \)crior packet, should make early applicatiou on board, foot of Nlaideu Lane, or to the subscriber, JOSEPH McMURRAY, 100 Pine street comer of South street. The packet ship Independence, F. P. Allen, master, will suc :eed the Patrick Henry, and sail on the 6th of July. mflrc On WANTED?Good and suitable vessels to freight .Coal froin Philadelphia wid Bristol to Boston, Trovi h W:ii'o| Norwich, Allen's Point, tin enport, Hurt lord, New Haven, Middle ton, Albany, Troy and other part*. The highest price will be paid and constant employment given. Apply to FREDERICK TYLER & CO., 6 Wall street, or K. 8AFFORD & CO., aK lm*re It Dock street, Philadelphia. OLD ESTABLISHED EMIGRANT PASSAGE .OFFICE, 61 South at.?Passage from England, Ire ilaud, Scotland and Wales?Those lending for tfceii friends would do well to avail themselves of the opportunity of making their arrangements with the subscribers on veiy mode rate terms, by first class packet ships, sailing from Liverpool weekly. Drafts can as usual lie furnished for any amount, payable throughout the Uuited Kingdom. Apply to John hhrdman, 6i South st. The mail steamer Hibemia sails frem Boston ou the 16th inst, by w 'iich letters ran be forwarded quickly, mv23 rli BURDEN'S PATENT HORSE-SHOES BEING NOW ON SALE by the Principal dealers n hardware in the Uuited States are all warrauted per fect in form and made of the very best refined iron, and sold at a fraction over the price of iron in the bar. Every shoe which may he found uot in accordance ./ith the above recommendation w ill be received back ami the money refunded, with all eipeuses from the most distant parts of Uw co u a try. H. BURDEN, Agent, my 18 lm*rre Troy Iron and Nail Factory, t OR SALE?A beautiful Country Residence, one milt JK)3#irom RossviHe Landing, on Staten Island, a Farm of 22 ^Jkskicres of first-rate Land; a large House and good Bam, am) other Buildings; good Garden, with plenty of Fruit Trees?wMI be sold reasonable and ou good terms. Enquire of my7 lm*rc SAM'L HALL, 369 Broome st FOR SALE CHEAP, A COTTAGE AT SOUTH AMBOY. THE house is of brick and rough cast. Iu the first story there is a breakfast room, library, drawing room, dining room aud pantry, together with a kitchen and servants' hall. In the second story there are five bedrooms, with four over the kitchen for servants. The Cottage is in the Elizabethian style and has six pointed gables with overhanging roofs. The Piazza extends round three tides of the house, and is ornamented with Gothic Arches. It is new aud has never yet beeu occupied. Though within walk ing distance (from 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 lawn snd wood and the opposite shores of New Jersey and Staten Island, there is little else to be seen, save the waters and the vessels that navigate them. It is surrounded aud deusely shaded by trees Ou the lawn tlwre are fifteen or twenty groujis of forest trees, varying in extent from two acres to a common sized clump. The situation is high and perfectly healthy, and commands a view of the sea, the light houses at Sanuy Hook, Princes Bay and theRaritan River. 'Inere is a fine gravelly beach for Salt Water Bathing. The Rail Road cars and Steamboats leave and arrive at such hours as to enable a man of business to breakfast at home and be in town at half-past ten?to leave town at three and be at home at five. He may be in New York in two, aud at Philadelphia in four hours. The purchaser may take teu, twenty, thirty or mora acres with the house. For further particulars apply to JOHN C. STEVENS, 14 Bsrclay st. P. 8.?A short distance from the above, there is another hand some situation, with a house thirty-five or forty feet square. I will dispose ol either or both. For a view of the house and grounds, apply to Mr. Abraham Everett, Superintendent,South Amboy. myM tf rc C1ENERAL BUILDING REPAIRS, 68 Nassau st., come, * of Maiden Lane.?All orders immediately attended to for Mason. Slateing, Plastering, Flagging, tin roofs repaired and painted, and all other repairs ana alterations done in the best manner. 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 toivu orders left with J. Uiiinu, I'luinher, J-l l Bioadway i.i27?lin'rh E. H. QUINN. INFALLIBLE BED BUG POISON. WATSON'S BUG DESTROYER needs but one applica tion and the bed bugs will shun their former abode for ever. Proprietors of hotels and steamkpats, and private families who wish to keep free from these rennm, ran do it at a small expense and in a few minutes. Owing to the great popularity ql this prevention, several worthless imitations have bean imposed upun the public. The gen nine is sold, only at Apothecaries' Hall, % Catherine street; 127 Maideu lane, and in Brooklyn by Mrs. Hays. 139 Fulton street. Trice 23 and SO cents per bottle. OS lm'? NEEDLES AND FISH HOOKS. Tit J. BATE have removed their Establishment to No. ? 102 Maiden Lane, w here they have on sale a large and well assorted stock of very superior Drilled Eyed Needles; Limerick, Salmon, Trout, Bass, ltork and Black FjahHooks; Wishing Rods, llevls, Grass Silk aud Flax Lines, Silk W orm Gut Mies, Sn?*lla, mid rtery clencrii*tion ol Y iiliiuff Tackle, which they *1* able to sell on the most liberal terms. ILx 102 Maideu Lane, fcn> stairs)near Pearl street. my? lm*rc ATCHES '.?WATCHE9 AND JEWELRY.?Those - . who with to purchHSt' Gold or Silver Watchea, C Chains, Gold Tennis, Keys, Ike., will find it greatly to their ad vantage to call on the subscriber, who is selling all descriptions of llie above at retail much lower than any other house in the city, (iold Watches as low as (aland $2.1 each. Watches and Jewelry exchanged or bought All Watches warranted to keep good tune or the money refunded. Watches and Jewel? repair ed in the best manner and warranted, at much less titan the usual price. G. C. ALLEN, Importer of Watches and Jewelry, lm*ec Wholesale and Retail, M Wall st. up stairs W; REFINED IRON?SO tons best quality O. F. Company's assorted sizes, round and square?Tor sale by WOODHULL 8t MINTURN8, m29rr H7 South street. CT AST IRON WATER PIPES, of different stats, constant / ly on hand. Also, American Pig Iron, for sale by WARRINGTON It RICHARDS, my23 Im'rh 218 Water st. '| O BOATMEN, ANl> OTH ERS.?Pavu.g Htoue of firs I rate qushty, wanktl 'fORuAY. l*41m*r N?. 41 Norfolk MW ROULSTONK'S RIDING SCHOOL, 137 niitl 13U Mercer Street. MK. JOHN S. ROULSTONE has the honor to inform his frieuds aud the Public iu general, that his Schoel for Instruction in Horsemanship is now open day and evening, as follows .? Hours for Gentlemen from 6 to t A. M. " " Ladies " 9 A. M. to 3 P. M. 1 enns of instruction made known on application to Mr. Roulstone. Mr. R. has just received from the connU? several Que aud stylish Saddle Horses, which he is authorised to sell at u rea sonable price. my7rc DISBROIVS RIDING SCHOOL, 40H Bowery, on Aator and Lnfliyettc Places. Mil. W. H. D1SBROW has the honor to announce, that his School is 0|ieii daily, (Suudays excepted) for Equestrian Tuition and Exercise Riding. Hours for Ladies from 9 A. M. to 3 P. M. Honrs for Gentlemen from 6 to 8 A. Si. and 3 to 7 P. M. IT"/"Terms made known on application as above. N. B.?1 lilt lily trained omhjuiet Horses, lor the Road aud Pa rade, lo let. myC lm*rc LuOK AT THIS. ^ JUST RECEIVED by the packet ship Duchess D'Or Kleans, Iroin Paris, the best nrtlcle of gentlemen's French Ia. Boou ever s<?n, and now offer, wholesale and retail, at the low price ol J>5, and the best of French Calf Boots made to order for $6; and t lie greatest assortment of all kinds of Boots and Shoes and Gaitvrs. Ladies, in this store you will lind the greatest assortment of all kinds of Gaiters, Buskins, Slippers, Ties, Olid all Other kinds Misses and Childrens, from the largest to the smallest; an ? don't mistake the No. 3G7 Broadway, cor uer of Franklin street. M. C All ILL my 16 Ira* re J FINE FRENCH BOOTS for $3 40; City Made, and for style and durability tlmy are equal to those sold for $5, at Young fit Co.'s Imperial French Boot and Shoe Manufac turing Depot,at No. 4 Ami street,one of the most Fashiona Me Boot Manufactories iu this city. Fine French Dress Boots, made to order, lor $1 50 ; equal to those made in other stores for JG and $7. Boots. Shoes, Gaiters Stc., made to order III the shor test notice. Mending, &c., done in the store. Win. M. Young St Co . Wholesale and Retail Manufacturers, No. 4 Ann street,* New York, near Broadway. WM. M. YOUNG, and m7 l.n'rr H 1) JONF.S CHIP OF THK OLD BLOCK. MAJOR FANCHER St YOUNG BOSS RICH ARDS, No. 5 Bowery, stick to it yet aud know that they era sell a splendid article of French Stitched Boots for $3 jr-g and $3 SO. Ladies' Shoes at wonderful low prices. So Uop your clack, ye lovers of Bootologicol impositiou. my8 lin*rc * TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS. BOOTS AND SHOES. JE. JOHNSON, (late Wilson St Johnson) has on hand, iu store 142 Chatham street, di-^^flHEf rectly opposite the theatre, one of the best assorted stocks of Boots and Shoes that can be had iu the city. Gents Kip, , Grain and Seal, Thick and Thin Soled Boots and Shoes, petted and sewed, from the Easrern manufactories; Ladies Gaiters, Buskins, Ties, Slips, 8tc., of every description. A greater variety of Children's Shoes than any other store in this city. Gentlemen's fine Gaiters^ twenty different kinds. Genu Buckskin Shoes; Sportsmen's, h ishermen'sand Seamen's Boots. Store open till 10 o'clock iu the evening, giving country mer chants an opportuuily of examining the goods at their leisure. my!3 lm*ec ROWE'S r? SUPERIOR STYLE of G<?.itlemens'Summer Hats are j^bwcII worthy the attention of those about supplying them selves with a pleasant, light and durable Summer Hat, possess ing the richness of a Leghorn, aud warranted not to be affected by wet or damp weather. The assortment consists in part of, Pearl Cassimrres at .' $3 SO Silver Pearl do 3 AO Smooth white Castor 4 00 Long nap white Rocky mountain Beaver G 5(1 to 8 Together with an assortment of Panama and Bohemian Straw Hats, all of the first quality and most fashionable shape. RO WE, Sales Room 40 William st, my24 lm'rh Merchants' Exchange. ECONOMY AND FASHION fl ELEGANT SUMMER HATS. PRICE $3. ROBERTSON, determined to maintain the reputation ol the rHCENIXHAT AND CAP ESTABLISHMENT, 103 Fulton st, between William aud Nassau, East of Broadway, is the cheapest in this city or any other, begs leave to introduce to the public a very sujuirior^stvie which for lightness, beauty and durability, are not surpassed? ind for cheapness unequalled In addition to being very plea sant and genteel, these Hats are warrjuited to tt.nuhill ordinary exposure to rain without injury, which it is well Known Leg horns, Panamas, Stc., will not do without losing sba|ie and color. For business mere especially it is important to keep the head dry and cool, a desideratum which has not hitherto heen ittained. These Hats cannot be injured by perspiration, owing to the peculiar style eftrimmingwtiichtliesubscriberhasfound by experience so very cleanly and popular. Their weight ranges from 2fi to 3>4 oz., being much lighter than substantial Leg horns and Panamas. ROBERTSON, 103 Fulton st.^ mil lm*ec Sign of the Phceuix. MILLS, HATTER, 178 BROADWAY, ___ (HOWARDS' HOTF.L,) nj INDUCED by the flattering success he has met with iu J^^the manufacture of Silk Hats, in imitation pf the French, to call the attention of the public thereto, does so in the full con lideuceof renderiug perfect satisfaction to all who may honor him with a call. First quality French Moleskin *4 50 Second " " " * 0* First " Nutria < 5? Second " ** } au 1 In addition to the above, there may he had at this establish* mttt an eb-gant article of Nutria Hat Bt $4, which forMBglBW will rival many that are sold at $5, and to which Jhe attention of | dfel public la respectfully invited. A few cases of Cassimereand Silk Hats, manufactured for the country trade, on hand, and for sale low. J. D. Totteu, (late of the firm of Alvord & Co.,) and R. J. Tiffany, (late of Albany,) would be pleased to see tneir friends it the above place. a27 lin*ec ft GENIN'S GOSSAMER HAT, WEIGHING KllO.M oz. to3}i oz . price $3 .10.?Two years ago the Gossa mer was introduced to the New York public m the lightest uid most duraable article of summer wear heretofore in use. The success which miui attended them, as evidenced by an ex ten'ive sale, and the universal approbation of the many who Inve worn tliero, induced the subscriber to labor diligently in the improvement of the qualities upon which he bases their claims to a liberal patronage. Fully warranted by experience and the conclusive testimony of his patrons, he re|>eats his de clarations (notwithstanding the recent "novel improvement" so called) of the two preceding years, that the Gossamer Hats are lighter and more pleasant than any other, are not liable, I ke Leghorns, Panamas, kc., to lose their shape and color by expo sure to vain; and last, not least, they are the cheapest, genteel summer hat, and may be worn twoseaxons. The style of trim mings ?ri vinating with the subscriber, effectually prevents them from being soiled by perspiration or hair oil, extending to tli? outer surface, as ii commonly the case with hats differently tiimmed. This advantage alone entitles them to a preference over all others. JOHN N. GEN IN, 214 Broadway, opposite St. Paul's. N.B. The Gossamt ra are made without holes in the top, and without tin, unless e?|>ecially deaired otherwise. a 25 linrc LADIES' FASHIONABLE HATS! CARL KING, the well known and celebrated^ _ first premium Straw Hat and Lace Neopolitan.1 _ .Manufacturer, 17 Division street, informs the public that his Straws and Lace Neapolitans lire of a superior quality, and war ranted to clean, made iu the most fashionable shape, called tlie Cottage Gipsey. N. B.?L*ce "enrol itan Hots $2 each. Milliners supplied by the case or dozen at reasonable prices, it the Lace Neapolitan Manufactory, 17 Division street. m28 lm*rc CARL KINO. " LADIES' fla) FASHIONABLE STRAW IIATS. CARL KING, the Well known and celebrated*. _ Straw Hat Manufacturer, begs leave to inform the Ladies that he has for sale a splendid and fashionable assortment of Straw Hats, of Hvery description, at his store. No. 17 Division street. He particularly calls the attention of the public to examine his ,ew shape called the Bohemian Oipsey, which for beauty and taste stands unrivalled. N. B.?Imported Lace, Neapolitan Hata, fashionable shapes tnd warrenteu to clean, at $2'50 each. a2l lm*rc CARL KING, 17 Division street. MISS MADDEN r?*|iectfully informs the ladies of New York and its vicinity, that her French Milliuery and Dress Making establishment, 108 (.'anal street, is now o|>en. Spring u:d Summer Fashions, consisting of silk, cresse. ribbon, fancy Neapolitan, straw, braid and gimp Bonnets, of the newest Pari tian and London styles, just received |<er last steamer. Country Milliners and Dress Makers supplied with the newest Patterns at the shortest notice. Dresses anu Rolies of the latest fashion made to order at the shortest notice. Southern and Western orders promptly attended to. All descriptions of Bonnets cleaneu and altered in the newest style. a24 1m*in GALVANIZED IRON AND TIN. Galvanized sheet iron and tin, a very su periorarticle, warranted not to rust. Also, Tin Plate, Shee Iron, Russia Sheet Iron, Sliest Copper, Zinc, Scotch and Amet rican Pig iron, for sale by CASS & WARD, myl3 3m*ec No. 71 Broad street WANTED?For one ofthe most extensive Publishing house* iu the United States, a few active young men to act as Agents for the sale of new and popular works. The proprietors will insure each man $300 over his hoard per year profit. A wri ting to that effect will lie given them; they will have besides opportunity of clearing $1,000 per year, and more if lliey are ac tive. Every man will hare his district. There are about a half a dozen places that are not filled. It will lie necessary foi them to hav?52i to $ifl at least to obtain a good fitting out. No one need apply unless he has that sum, for it is the object of the Publishers to es'ahlish good agents, andgiv* them such a chauce as no one else ran ofTer Oiem. For full particulars apply to f> Dn.uie street. iny6 tin 'ei -is CHARLES PAUL DE KOCK COMPLETE. TIIK Works of Ch.trb-4 Paul de Kock, Illustrated Kdition with Portrait and Biography, complete in one volume.? Price one dollar. The public liave now an opportunity of Pos sessing themselves of the complete works of the renowned Paul de Kock in one magnificent volum*, containing twelve hundred and eighty large columns of residing matter, and at a price which places it within the reach of persons in the most limited circumstances. This volume contains all the novels, etc., which were ever actually written by this most witty, laughter loving and far-famed of modern authors. And the publishers pledge themselves that the translations have been faithfully made, and that the work will be found the most care-killing fascinating and exciting that has ever been issued from the press of this country. For sale 41 Ann street, New York. The work i* mailable, and may be sent by post to any part of thn United Suites or the Canadas, at an eipeuse varying from ten to twenty cents, according to the distance. All orders for one complete copy must com m.# one ?4u!Ur, oe franked or postpaid, aud directed to llollnnd Sl Ofover, New York City. JJix copies will be fo; warded to one address for five dollars, m28 <i&wltn*m I IF ESTHER COHEN, who firinerly lived with .Virs. Hughes. Boarding-house keeper, L'niou struct, Liverpool ? left England about lime years ago toll* in New \ ork?w ill write to her father. No. 14 New Bailey street, Salford, Manches ter, iu England, she will hear something greatly to tier advan tage. my 10 !m <1 yfcw v ? re CONNOR WARD. NFORMATION WANTED of Connor Ward, late of _ Springfield, Mass. Any person who will give any informa tion respecting him will confer a favor on his wife, Ann Ward. Address W. h J. T. TAPSCOTT. kouth st, my20 rre cor. Maiden lane. L I FE PR ESIR V E K S, OF OOODYEAR s PATENT GUM ELASTIC COMPOSITION. WARRANTED to withstand the greatest extremes of lieat and cold, and not to melt or solten in the seams. (the great defert in Preservers made of the common rubber preparation. >? Also, a general assortment of goods manufactured under the above Patent. For.ale, wf.ole.aW reu| ^ alfl Im'rc 100 Broadway, between Pine and Wallsts. 11 AOS?200 llaies S F F II S M Bales No. 3 Leghorns. 1M Bales Smyrna Rags. 5000 lbs fine White Domestic. are Deep "'"'"J^^eVbROOKH, au?e N*.emdeN?wM(UM CONNER'S p_ . UNITED STATUS TYPE A\I> 8TK11EOTYPK FOUNDRY, C'ORNKR OF nassau AND ANN STttKKTS, NKW YORK. THE UNDERSIGNED re*|*?ctfu!ly inform the Old Patrons of the Tyi** hi id Stereotype Foundry, formerly known as Jamks Conner's, and more recently aa Connf.r &Coock'i, and the Public in genera], that they are prepared to execute j orders for PRINTING TYPES, Prkssks, Cases, Impoiino Stomks, Ink, Fumm, mid every other article necessary to form Complete Printing Establish ments, 011 as livonble terms, mid of as good a quality as any other establishment in the United States. The Tv|ie cast at this Establishment is, both in tin style of Face, the Material of which it is made, particularly adapted for service in Newspaiier Printing, as may be in this patier. myf, Imrc JAMES CONNER It SON. IMPORTANT NOTICE TO DAGUERREOI. VPK AR TISTS.?The undersigned hare iniide application to Ret Letter? Patent fur their new process to color Dnguerreotj iw Pictured. Tliis process produces au effect not known before, and changes the amieaMnce of the Daguerreotype to that'of the Oil est painting;. 1 his coloring process is done by nature itself, guided only by the hand of toe operator, and machinery. It can bepeformvd liv every one not skilled ill the art of painting, and 1 will lie perfectly understood at one glance. It also can be com- , miuiicated in writing, without difficulty. Artists wishing to procure the Patent right for a Cityor County, can make |>re-engmiements therefore, by addressing (postpaid) to W. Si F. LANGENHEIM, jel I in UhW^ec Exchange, Philadelphia. BKiGAR'S REPOSITORY OF FINiTXRT87~ CT Canal Street. 18 rioorg Hre?tof Broadway. COLLECTORS OF ENGRAVINGS visiting the city will here And one of the choicest collections of RARE OLD anil FINE MODERN Engravings in the country at less than one-half the usual prices. 1!.?Urate Aprons and Drapery for Looking Glasses in great variety and of the newest designs mH lm'ec LAFAYETTE BAZAAR, 140 and 191 Broadwny, cor. of Liberty street, NEW YORK. The Chea/iest and Musi Attractive Store of the Citu. POR tlie convenience of the buyers 510,000 worth of Fancy Goods, Toys, Perfumery, Cutlery, Jewelery and other va rieties of goods, are displayed oil the counters, and sold ON AN ENTIRELY NEW PLAN, At the following Pricej :? Counter No. 1 I2>? cents each article. Couutcr No. 2 ii do do do Counte, No. 3 50 do do do Counter No. 4 76 do do do Couuter No. J $1.00 do do do All the Goods are warranted to be genuine j the prices are fifty j credit below the market prices, and by this new plan you can j liny the goods at retail prices a great cheaper than nt auc tion. You will also find in the BAZAAR, the most complete as sortment of Sugar Plumbs and Candies, from 26 cents to $3 a pound; Jujube Paste. Chocolate, &c. Two larce Saloons have lieen fitted up iu a magnificent style, as ICE CREAM SALOONS. A competent |iersou. from a Philadelphia establishment, lias been engaged to take the entire management ofthe Ice Cream Department, and ladies and gentle men will obtain at the Lafayette Bazaar, a real Ice Crem, Phila delphia style DAGUERREOTYPE PORTRAITS. MRS. H. SHANKLAND, Dagnerrian Artist, has fixed the front part of the two galleries of the Bazaar, as Daguerreotyi>e Saloons, where she will continue, as heretofore, to take the most ocrfect LIKENESS FOR ONE DOLLAR, iucludiug a neat Morocco Case ?r Frame. For further particulars apply to F. A. ARTAULT, myG Imrc At the Lafayette Bazaar. DA GUERREOTYPE. JOHN ROACH, Optician, 82 Nassau street, begs leave to In form Photographists, that he lias just received, direct from Vienna, an invoice of Voightl tender it Son's celebrated Germau Tubes, which he is now ready to warrant geuuiue to purchasers. Prices as follows:? Tube with 3 inch lenses for full size plates, camera and stand, $14}. do 2 _ do h ill size do do do 78. do 1 >? inch lenses for quarter do do 60. Persons at a distance upon fowaiiiing a remittance, with order, may depend upou having mi excellent instrument sent them J. R. keeps constantly on baud an assortment of f lutes, chemi cals, cases, and all articles used in tlie Daguerreotype process, of the beat quality, and at as low prices as they can be obtained MV where else. m>8 lm*rc VOIGTLAUNJlER'S I >A<iUERREoTYPE APPARATUS. ARRANGEMENTS recently made with their hrother in Ww, Mr. Voigtlaender, Vienna, enable the subscribers to ?ell .aiose Apparatus at reduced prices, viz :? Largest size Apparatus, with three inch lenses for full size plates, i<t $116. Medium size Apparatus, with two inch lenses for half size plates, at $78. Small size Apparatus, with one-and-a-half inch lenses for quarter size plates, at $60. Gentlemen sending remittances in accordance with the above prices, may depend upon receiving the genuine Voigtlaender Api?rr.iiis, and not a worthless imitated article, they having procured the sole agency for the United States. Plates and Chemicals, of their own importation, as well as all other articles connected with their art, for sale at lowest market Prices. W. A. F. LANGENHEIM. Philadelphia Exchange. _ 1 Referring to the above advertisement, the subscribers inform the Daguerrian Artists in general that the above Apparatus and other materials can be procured to the stated prices, at their Da * Attelier. No '201 Broadway, New York. mlSlm'm LAV KNHEIM It BECKERS. DAGUERREOTYPE. LB. B1NSSE Sc CO., B3 William street, up stairs, respect ? fully inform Photographists that they have now on hand l full supply of their Plates of different Nos. and sizes of the "L. B. u. It Co. mark" so favorably known throughout tlie Uni ted States They have constantly on hand the chemicals and I'reparations used in the Daguerreotype process, as well as ?'rench Tubes of very superior quality. Cast Iron Mercury Baths, Plate Polishes, Coating Boxes, ana Head Rests ofthe best city make. ml3 lm*rc ~MINIATURE PAINTING. FA. McDOUGALL has removed from No. II Park Dace ? to 3dS Broadway, fourth house above White street, east tide. my4 lm*ec QUARTliRMAN & SON, PAINTERS, NO. 18 BURLING SLIP, New York. House, Skin and SHir Paijitino, Guitima, Marbuno and Glazinu. ALSO-LEAD SASHES. For Churches and Gothic Buildings, made to order. m4 lni*ec DIARRJltEA, DYSENTERY, Alt D SUMMER COMPLAINT. NEVER trifle with disease. Our day's delay in administer ing a remedy, may give disease a fatal advantage. This is es|wcially the c;ise in the complaints of children. That malady which may be termed the terror of mothers?we mean Cholera Infantum?has often terminated in death for want of prompt treatment. The best remedy for the disease, and for all com plaint* w hich affect the bowels?the stoinacn?or the liver, is NOVEL'S ANODYNE CORDIAL. It purges gently, ex pels all unhealthy elements from the secretions?cleanses and purifies the bowels?quiets the pulse?a".d invigorates the diges tive urg on. These are its uniform results, if the united testi mony of all who have tried it, is good evidence. Meet the first symptoms of the disease with this invaluable Specific, and they will vanish at onCe before its remedial influence. While, in the more dangerous stages, it will he found the most effective medicine which can be administered, and for proof, we subjoin the following certificate, as one of the many of the like im|K>rt, in the hands of the agent I hereby certify, that a young man in my employ, was severe ly attacked with dysentery, attended with a copious discharge of blood, griping pain of trie bowels, and other symptoms of this distressing complaint. I found nothing that would afford permanent relief, until I obtained a bottle of Dr. James Corel's Anodyne Cordial, a lew doses of which restored him to health in a few days. I can, with confidence, recommend it to others for I ike purposes. WILLIAM WESTERN EU), New Yore, Dec. 7th, 1844. _ 165 Prince street. Price 50 cents. Sold, wholesale and retail, by J. H. Moseley, 149 Kultoii street, 3 doors from Broadway; and retailed by most druggists throughout this city, Brooklyn, and Jersey city, New ark.and couutry villages. my 12 lm*m DYSPEPSIA, OR HLUEDKVILS. " A SAKE, siieedv, and effectual cure, for those that are afflict ed with this obstinate and tormenting disorder of the di gestiveorgsna, will lie found iu TURNER'S DYSPEPSIA RE MEDY. This remedy has been used successfully in private practice, by a Physician of eminence, for years, and has never (ailed in a single instance. Sold, wholesale and retail, for (he Proprietor, at E. W OWEN'S, 330 Bo wary, corner of Bond street. Price$l jier bot. tie. ijt lm'ec HOUE'S PATENT EXTENSION DINING TABLES, WITH METALLIC SLIDES, long known as the most dn ralile, convenient, and elegant of extension Tables manu factured; warranted to run easy constantly, and not to be affect ed by dampness or warping el the wood. A large assortment of choice patterns, suited lor private parlors, hotels, steamboats, lie., together with a general assortment of Cabinet Furniture, always on hand, at the Ware-rooms, No. 140 Grand street, cor ner or Elm, where the public is resixctfully invited to call and examine. s25 Im'ec "HEALTH and strength. Dlt. S. O. RICHARDSON'S CONCENTRATED S II E K R Y W I N E HITTERS. THE PROPRIETOR of this Medicine offers to the pablic the result of an extensive practice and a thorough inves tigation of llie laws which govern a human system. It cannot be denied by those w ho have become acquainted with the singular virtues of tliese BITTERS, that they possess a iire-emi nence over all others now ill use for the diseases which they pro fess to cure It is a well known fact that most diseases arise from a de rangement of llie Stomach and Bowels in youthful, adult and de clining life. "The stomach cram'd with every dish, A tomb of roast, and boiled, and flesh, and fish; Where bile, and wind, and phlegm, and acid jar. And all llw man is one intestine war." The ext isne sympathies which exist between tlieae and every other part oil lie living body, is tin- foundation of nervous dis eases of all kinds, irregular appelite, drowsiness, wandering pains, headache, lownessof spirits, lie.; and ihi se, in tlieirtnm, give birth to dysivps^a, palpitation of llie heart, shortness of nrratli, jnundice, piles, fevers, inflammatory humors, coughs, anil a host of diseases, which embitter lite auu |h>iboii all sources of < njovment. The instiiiguished character of these Bitters is most strikings their o|?Tatiou being more or less powerful, accordbig to the vio lence of tlie disease. When used in appropriate quantity in case; of slight derangement of the stnmacli and bowels, caused by costivenesn or a slight bilious difficulty and tlie like, where na ture needs assistance to prevent more serious consequences, they w ill be scarcely felt. On the contrary, in obstinate cases, they frequently operate more powerfully, causing two or three evacu ations daily, until tlie circulation fluid becomes purified. This accomplished, they act uikmi the system in connexion without food, each receiving mutual assistance, until llie constitution is restored to a state or health and renewed vigor. Sold wholesale and retail by A. B Si D.SAN l)S, .Agents, No. 7!t Knltou street, 173 Broadway, anil 77 East Broadway. al3lin*in * RATS, MICE AND COCKROACHES. _ f|MI IS t? to certify that we have used Soloman Levi's Exter X miuator for Rats and Cockroaches, and it has given the greatest satisfaction for the purposes intended. H. S. DUTfN I NO, Dunning's Hotel, S3 Courtlandst. W. MOREHEAD, 41 Courtlandst. D. GRAHAM,79Courtlandst, and a host of others. For sale at RUSHTON It < O's, No. 110 Broadway, 10 Astor House, and JVS Broadway, New York. mil lm*rre IRISH OATMEAL. A QUANTITY of this article, in ?xrellent order, jtirt re c? veil and for sale in lots to sui' purchasers by uiyel J. HERUMAN, 61 South u. Central America. [Correspondence of the Herald.] Point Arenas, C. A., March 20,1845. Marketi?Mode of Doing Bimnesn?Newtpapen? Never Visited by American Veueli of War?No American Consul?Tlx ImH Consul, Mr. Steven* ? The Literature of the Sandwich hi and m, Q-c. Since my last, business has become very dull here The colfee harvest is over, and the vessels have all : left. I have declined shipping any coffee for the U | States, as it is worth 7 cents here. It is of un excel- i lent quality, but will not command thut price at homo. Hides, logwood, and indigo, nre the only things I can invest in for remittances. American goods I have to sell on credit, very low, and wait till next November or February for i>ay; and us the provinces are at war with each other, it is by no means certain I can get my pay even then. I would advise iny friends, by no means to make any more shipments here for the present. Ishull return home shortly, and pick out just such a cargo as will suit, as the lust was sent me without my directions, und several articles have sold badly. There are two very tine barques loading for the United States?they are owned by Englishmen, hut sail under American colors?the Albert Henry, Ilallett, and Leon est, Metcalf, both hailing for uoston. Their owners live in Realego Nicarngua, are very wealthy men, and | attempt to monopolise all the trade, and actually sell | some things lower than they can be bought for at home. However, they will find that the field is ra ther large for business, for them to control it en- ! tirely. My file of Herald* I receive regularly, and they are the only newspapers 1 have seen on the whole coast, from Panama toGuatainala. Every one is anxious to get hold of them, and tor the future you will have to send duplicate copies, for if I lay one down it is carried, God knows where, und if ever seen again, it is so thumbed over, that the printing is entirely obliterated. The only paper published in this State, is in San Jose?costs a shilling,and is just the size of this sheet of letter paper. It is the government or gan, and, of course, a one-sided affair. There is a tradition on this coast, that an Ameri can man-of-war was once seen in, one of these ports, a long time ago: but I hardly know how lo credit it. I got the information from one of the oldest inhabi tant's grandfathers, still I am incredulous, as they seldom come down farihcr than Callao,because there is no money to smuggle off here by them (the men of-war) to merchant vessels, and that is quite a pro titable business in the above mentioned nort. As there is some American interest at stake ubout " these diggins," it would be as well for the schr. Shark, or some other small vessel to come here, from Valparaiso or Callao, merely to show the flag English man-of-war very frequently cajl, and should there be any difficulty between Americans and the authorities of these States, the English generally settle it to the satisfaction of both parties, particular ly so to the Americans. There are no American consuls in any of the ports along here,Mr. Stevens was the last; hishead quarters were at Sansonati, in San Salvador, and the inhabi tants said he made an ass of himself, as regards his consulship,and of his writing in his book a description of the country and manners of the people. They say he has displayed a most lamentable iynorance of the country, men and manners, miscalling the names of every thing and every body. There is a much better discription in a magazine published in the Sandwich islands, and which is regularly received here. It is about the size of Graham's Magazine, and is really a very creditable periodical?I never supposed any thing like it could have emanated from sucli an out of the way place as Ouuhoo. Of course, you know all about the publication* as you know everything ; but there are many of your readers and corresiwndents, wh? never heard of the thing. I shall leave here in a short time for New York, by the way of San Juan Nicaragua. Wishing you health ana happiness, 1 remain, yours truly, Cri*isek. Baltimore. [Correspondence of the Herald.] Baltimore, June 2,1845. Close of the Episcopal Cont ention?Move mm! t in the Cut torn House?Morals?Money?Marriages. The weather to-day is clear and pleasant, the sun at last having gained the mastery over the raw and disa greeable atmosphere that predominated during the past week. The Episcopal Convention of the Diocese of Maryland closed its session in this city on Saturday, all the excit ing questions relative to Puseyism and "Onderdonkism" having been postponed for the present, through the ad mirable skill and cxccllent drill by which the Bishop was enabled to manage his forces, comprising at present, a majority of the Convention, bishop Wittingham, it will be remembered, was decidedly the nest friend of Bishop Onderdonk during his trial, and as a large majority of the Convention take their "cue" from tl?e Bishop in all matters "spiritual or divino," it would havo been an easy matter to have passed resolutions in favor of re-instating Bishop Onderdonk, but it was not deemed advisable at present, on account of the freshness with which his offences are still retained in the public mind. Tbey con cluded in private cnucus to let him sit on the stool of repentance for another year, and in the mean time wait the result of the secret movements of both his friends and enemies in New Vork. Our custom house remains in the same position as that of New York, the Tyler incumbent still being retained, whilst every deputy in the establishment that was taint ed with that ism has been swept by the board. Although there has been no open demonstration in favor of the re moval of General Marriott, the secret movements by the friends of Mr. Krick to that end hnve been untiring, and as unsuccessful, so far, as Oen. M. could desire. The removed Tj ler incumbents have joined the cry for his removal, wliich has had the eftect, some think, of seating him more flrmlv in his cfllco. A great many democrats, however, prefer keeping Oen. Marriott where ho is, as. if he is unemployed, lie will not fail to be foisted on them ns their candidate for Congress next fall, in which case the re-election of John 1'. Kennedy would he morally certain. Whenever Oen. Marriott is a candidate, the whigs always carry Baltimore, whether for Mayor, State Senator, or Congress. I am, therefore, inclined to think that the "great defeated" will be allowed to retain his post. Politics are pretty mucli at a stand-still, the only matter nt present talked of is who shall be our next Sheriff. A host of can lidafes will be in the field, but cither Mitchell, democrat, or Shutt, whig, will bo the man. They arc both good fellows, poor, but industrious ; have both*been high-constaldcs but, like honest men, on being removed, have gone to work, instead of hanging about for another slice of the loaf, i would advise all who can't go for Shutt to go for Mitchell. Seduction is becoming so much in vogue in this city, that our next Legislature will be compelled to take up and adopt your rejected bill for the mippression of such ?lark doings. The perpetrators of these outrages in Bal timore, arc usually of the " upper ten thousand," whose superior education should make them the exemplars of better things. They, however, regard money as the an tidote for the poison, and " go it while they are young," with a " perfect looseness. A recent case was settled by tho payment of $6,000, whilst a second one, where both the offender and oflendee, were wealthy, was set tled by yoking the parties in tho bonds of Hy men, with a threat of awful consequences hanging over the head of the offender, if he refused. Strange it is, but no less strange than true, that the compromi?er in the first case, was one of the parties that compelled the settlement of the second. However, it is but seldom, that you will find a physician willing to swallow all his own prescriptions. A third case came to light yesterday, in which a quack doctor has been following in the foot step* of the regular practitioner. A preliminary examination in this case will take place before Squiro Schaefler on Thursday afternoon, if the "money prescrip tion." should not settle it in tho meantime, The offender in this case drives through our streets in tandem, has plenty of money, one wile from whom he is separated, nut not divorced, dance* with ladies of high and low de gree at all our balls, uud succeeds sometimes in obtain ing entrance fnto respectable families. The pre sent case is of the consequences the particulars of which I will endeavor to furnish you soon.? An uncle of the lady ha* sworn death and destruction to the doctor, and sho being rich, and he married, I cannot sec how a compromise ran be effected, whilst there is no law in this State that can reach him. Nous 1'ernms. VINDKX. U. S. OiKtTiT Coi'RT.?I'reHenf Judge SpriieiH? Monday, June 2?I'ase of Capt. Flowery of the Spitfire lor an intent to engage in the slave trade.?This case was commenced in Boston on Monday. The priso ner, who is a short man, aged about AO, is indicted on the following statute of tho 1 riitcd States laws : Tho indictment charged that Peter Klowery, of the Spitfire, on or about the 30th of November, 1841, in the jurisdiction of the United Stntcs. to wit, at New Orleans, cansed the said vessel to be fitted out for the purpose nnd intent of procuring slaves from the Coast of Africa, to be sold at Cuba. A number of witnesses were produced by the Koveriimcnt to sustain the charge, the whole of wliicn wero not examined on that day, and the court ad journed to the following doy. The case is likely to last some two or three days. Court Tor (lie Correction ofKrrnra. Jrnn 4 No. 2? F.lisha Huckman t>?. .'iiidi"ew '>'? Rirdmll Mr. Sandford resumed on the part of the plain tiff in error, anil concluded at half past 9. Mr. Taber for defendant was heard in reply. Mr. Sanford was heard in reply, ami concluded at II M. Decision in December. No. 3|? Cnlcin I'. Bailey vs. Hun H'akeman ? tase of Assumpsit?Mr Wood was heard on the part of plaintiff in error until 12 M. Mr. Lord was heard for the defen dant ; without concluding,the court ad journed until to morrow morning, at 9 A.M. Court Calendar Till* Day. Circvit Court?46, 70, 73, 74, 76, 84 to 91. St'pvmoR Cot RT tf, 8,31, 21, 3.3 to 3fi, 109, 38, 107, 30 to 43, 4ft, 4rt, 17. Common I'lkas ?34, 19, 30, 4? to 60, 113, 108, 4A. General Session*. Before the Recorder and Aldermen Meserole and Dodge. M. C. PiTTEHsorr, Esq., District Attorney. Jnne 4.?I'lea of (iuilty.?A plea of guilty wai entered by Francis Brown, indicted for stealing thirty pieces of gold of the value of $274, on the 21st <luy of June, 1844, from Moses Baker. Sentenced to the penitentiary for the term of lour years. Trial for Perjury auk Forgery.?Joseph C. Ashley, in dicted for perjury and forgery was now placed on trial. We have alluded to this case before, when 11. H. Morris, Esq., late Mayor of the city, came into court and moved that a nolle }iro$e</ui be enteied in all the charges against Mr. Ashley, on the grouiid that he (Mr. Morris) had com mitted Ashley in error while Mayor of the city, and that sufficient evidence had since been produced to prove Mr. Ashley entirely innocent of the charges prefered against him. The nolle proieqvi, however, was not granted. It ap pears from the indictment that Jos. C. Ashley, ou the 2d day of March, IH39, conveyed by deed certain lots and dwell ing house!, situated nt No. 18 (irand street, to Henry Fairbanks,tlic consideration named in the deed being i>6, 000. It is alleged on the part of the prosecution that this was not a l.ona ft le, but a fraudulent conveyance, and that it was made for the use and benefit of Ashley, (no such consideration having been received,) with intent to defraud Abraham Crist, Esq., and other creditors. A creditor's bill was filed in Chancery in October, 1841, alleging that the pronerty above referred to was still the property of Mr. Ashley, who continued to collect the rents, See. On this bill an examination was had, as stated in the indictment, on the 8th of January, 184:2, before a master ; und it is further alleged that Mr. Ashley com mitted perjury on that occasion, by stating in his answer that he did not then own (he property 18 Grand street, noi had collected rents, or had any interest what ever in saiil property, since his conveyance to Fair banks. It is also alleged, that Henry Fairbanks, be coming embarrassed in his circumstances, did with Mary, his wife, execute a deed of conveyance to his brother, Walter Fairbanks, who was a seafaring man, and at that time at sea, and who has never seen the said deed. That Ashley afterwnrds stated in his examination, that the real owner of the property referred to was Mr. Hubert Duplex, who advanced the money for the pur chase to Fairbanks, to whose name was merely inserted for convenience. The prosecution further alledgo, that Ashley has been guilty of forgery in writing powers of attorney purporting to be signed by Duplex, even aftev that gentleman was dead. Wm. W. Camphkli., Esq., sworn.? Was a master in chancery in the year 1842 in this city. (Mr. Campbell here identified a paper as a copy of an order directed to him, dated December 14, 1841, appointing a receiver, and directing an examination to be had in the case of Joseph C. Ashley.) Mr. Ashley was examined before me, and his examination reduced to writing ; the first took place on the 18th December, 1841, and the second on the 30th of the same month ; but the examination was not signed by him until the 19th of September, 1843 ; Ashley before signing, said he wished to have an opportunity to mako explanations, and should probably wants iurther exami nation. This examination was entirely on the part of the plaint ill', and it was liotconsidered as closed. The bill in chancery under which the examination ; was had, was now read on the part of the prosecution. The answers of Ashley taken before the master were now ottered. An objection was made by R. 11. Morris, Ksq., counsel for the defence, ou the ground that the ex amination was not complete, Ashley having stated at the timo his wish for a further hearing. &.c. Objection overruled. The examination of Ashley taken on the 8th of January was then offered. Mr. Morris again objected, on the ground that the proof was as sworn by Mr. Campbell?that the examination took place * on the 18th of Decem ber, and not the 8th of January, as is alleged iu the indictmeut?overruled?portion of the examination read; defendant answering, says lie sold the premises, No. 18 Grand street, to Mr. Henry Fairbanks, in March, 1839; there was a mortgage on the property for $1,500, and the lnwycr who made out the deeds stating the title was doubtful, was induced to take $4000 as a considera tion Fairbanks assuming the payment of the mortgage, has never received any of the rents from the premises, nor has he any control over them. The deed was given without altering the original consideration of $0,000, not deeming it material. The answers of Mr. Ashley to the bill filed by John Haggcrty and others, March 1842, were now read. ? The defendant answering, says he has no interest in the pre mises, No. 18 Grand street, and denies that any portion of the money received as a consideration for the property, has ever been repaid; and he further avers that it was a bona fide sale, and not intended to defraud creditors: and although the deed was granted to Henry Fairbanks, the money was advanced by Robert Dudlex, who is now and has been since the making of the deed, the real owner of said property; though his name was not insert ed, at his own request. Court hereadjoumcd ur.til to-morrow, at U o'clock. Common Plcaa. Before Judge llshoeffer. JI Xi: i?GeorgeD. Dowling vs. H. Godf rey Wheeler el nit??This was an action of trespass upon the case, aris ing out of a dispute between the parties, on the ground of alleged right us to certain property invested in a store situated at No. 310 Grand street. It appeared that in March IH43 the plaintiff (Dowling) ami defendant (Wheeler) were doing business as lteportersin Congress, on one of the local newspapers, called the National In telligencer. Both being not "over flush'' in what is called the " ready rhino," and feeling anxious to look after No. I, made an arrangement to enter ipto business in this city?the business to be carried on in Dowling's indivi dual name, Wheeler advancing the capital in the ordi nary mode of business where labor is made equivalent to capital. It appeared in evidence that a stock ol goods in the above store were purchased out in Dowling's indivi dual name, receiving the purchase money from Mrs. Wheeler, amounting to $193?Mr. ( assidy, the landlord, a respectable man ot business, and residing on the pre mise*, feeling anxious to retire, having sold out to Dow ling. The business,it appeared, was carried on by Dow ling from March until 3d July, when he was visited by the Sheriff, W'heeler having confessed a judgment for a private debt, due to a respectable young gentleman re siding in Brooklyn. appeared, sold out on the 10th July, " the right, title ami interest" of Whee ler for a sum of $.">0, and subsequently in the evening of the same day, removed the goods from said store, the stock being small and reduced. Dowling, it appeared, remained in possession on the advicc of his lawyer,upon which he acted until 1st Aug., when he left the premises, receiving an indemnity receipt from the landlord, upon which Wheeler got possession, and is now carrying on the same business, in the name of his father-in-law. (Mr. ( lough,) a venerable and much respected gentleman, who has served with much credit in the United States Navy. I'revious to the confession of the judgment, some misunderstanding having arisen between the parties, whether upon disputed matters in account, or other causes, did not appear, (the defence not having been gone into.) Dowling again opened business on his indi vidual property inDivision street. He was again visited by the Sheriff, under a writ offi. J'a.,and his store was nearly stripped of all his goods, which were taken awav by the Sheriff, and sold, to satisfy the judgment. During these difficulties, a woman named Ann Flaherty, otherwise Clamp, a native of Irclnnd, was employed in Dowling's service, washing and cooking, kc.,Sic., Sic. Dowling, in the interval between his Ipaving (irund street, in Aug. 1st, Iti43, and removing to Division street, (having placed some confidence in this woman, ami her reputed hus band, Clainp,) allowed his trunk and his property to re main in their custody for safe keeping. A period of" some two or threo weeks elapsed, when Dowling missed several articles of his propertr, which were stolen in Clamp's houso, and subsequently detected ( lamp, on a Sunday morning, in the actual commission of the rob bery. "tie subsequently got into Division st. and oi>ened business, when he took steps to punish Clamp and his servant woman, Ann ( lamp, for the robbery. The two latter, in order to save themselves, go back to Wheeler, and the three went before the grand jury, and swore? Wheeler, that a portion of his individual property was taken by Dowling?and the two Clamps, that Dowling "acknowledged'' it was Wheeler's property taken from Grand street, between the 3rd and tith of July, while the Sheriff was in custody. Tho case was tried in the Court of Sessions Dowling, having been imprisoned for seventeen days, when on Wheeler's own testimony, without cross-examination, Dowling was discharged. Jamks C. Wili.kt, Ksq., the Sheriff, testified that no property was removed from Grand street, by Dowling. The Kcr.rr.R verified the statement. His Hoxoh (the Recorder,) was placed on the stand, and testified, that he, and his associate Judges upon the bench gave a certificate to Dowling to the effect that "there was no yrohable ranie for said complaint." Tho law point, entirely turns upon the question, of integrity, in the partnership dealings between the parties, involving the technical ground as to " probable cause." For I'laiiitift, Messrs Mckeon an-' Major. For Defendants, Mes?rs. Jordon and Corning. The c^'se stand* adjourned. Circuit Court. Before Judge Edmonds. Jcisr. 4th.- Jitroh Carpenter Vi Haveljt and Cornelius Hergen.?This was an action brought t)y plaintiff against defendants on two promissory notes, which were drawn in the year IH3? one fer $HXK1, anil tho other for J1J00 It appeared from the evidence, that plaintifl and de'endants, in this action, with several others, were sued in tho \ear |S3(i as endorsers and makers on the notes above men tioned, and that the plaintiff in this suit being one of the defendants in the action before named, suffered judgment to pass against him by default, and. in conclusion, hBil to pay the whole demand. Consequently plaintifl, in this suit, now brings hi* action against defendants as his co-en dorsers or makers of the aforesaid bill, on the grounds, as matter of course and fact, that they were as liable for the several amounts of $1000 and as himself. It ap peared that i arpenter, the plaintifl, presented his claim to the Court of Chancery, wherein the Circuit Judge or dered a nonsuit to be entered against him. fl'dfe. Riihardwn, Jngti 4' Co. vs. the Howard Insurance Cam/Mini This was an action brought by plaintifls against the Howard Insurance Company for the mm ot >"J(HHi, amount of a policy of Insurance effected by them on their stock at the Hushwick rope manufactory, Island, and that shortly after the policy was so effected, a fire broke out on the premises, which consumed pro nerty to the amount of the present claim by plamtifls. The defenco set up was tliat the goods insured were mentioned in the policy as being iieposited in a store house, wherea* their store house was a rope manufac tory. Superior Court* Before Judge Oaklev. Jl'isp 4, David S. Sonllard and others, va. Dudley Verne and llorai ? Brooks. In this case the plaintiffs brought their action against defendants to recover freightage tor the transportation of h? bales of cotton, in tne brig ' roton, from New Orleans to thi? port, which, with interest, amounts to 44 cts out of win. l/ 'um the defendants have lodged in Court $'116.

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