Newspaper of The New York Herald, June 6, 1845, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated June 6, 1845 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK HERALD. v.i. xi, NEW YORK, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 6, 1845. THE NEW YORK HERALD. JAMES GORDON BENNETT, Proprietor. Circulation?Forty Thousand. DAILY HERALD?Every. Jay. Price 3 cent* pei ? ? ' ' ance. ?rrico 6} centi ble in advance prices?alway> copy?<1 per annum?payable in advance. ? WEEKL _ - Y HERALD?Every Saturday?Trico 6} cents per copy?$3 14. centa per annum?payable in advance ADV EIITIS E M K N T 8 at the uiual price*?alway. ctisli in advance. ('HINTING of all kind* executed with beauty and despatch. !fljh All letter* oi communicatioun, by mail, addressed to the establishment, must be post paid, or the postage will be deducted from the subscription money remitted JAMES GORDON BENNETT, PuorHirToa or thk New Yokk Hhiald Estahlishmknt Northwest corner of Fulton and Nassau street* LONG ISLAND RAILROAD. CfMXGF. OF HOUH. SUMMER ARRAOEMENT. On and nfter the 23d inst., a train will leave the depot, at Brook Ivn, for Boston, via Norwich and Worcester, every moraiugat B\o'clock, Smithy's excepted. Passengers will leave the foot of Whitehall at. at 8,*i 'oclock. Fare through $3 25 Second class passengers 1 II my 17 linisre TO WESTERN TRAVEbLEitS. EXPRE88 ANL) PIONEER PACKET LINE, From Philadelphia to Pittsburgh via the Pennsylvania Rail roads and Canal?through in 3!? day j. The above line is now in full operation and offer* great inducements to persons who wish a pleasant inode of travelling to the west. The cars are built iu the most approved modem style, the boats are fitted up in a superior maimer, 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 cli tin of Pennsylvania internal improvements is well wor y of lieing seen. By this route passengers avoid all the fatigues and dangers at tend jut upon stage travelling, and at the same time make an cx every morning at 7 o'clock. Passengers are ad heir places at Philadelphia. Office in Philadel r of Chesnut and Fourth streets, and at Nos. [Tiirdsts. A. CUMMINGS, Agent, klay 17, 1D1S. n, in the city of New York, apply to b. H. KN1SELL, Agent lor D. LEECH k C 6.'.Line. 7 West st, N. R. my 17 Pin rrc CHANGE OF HOUR. united states mail lines to Baltimore. PHILADELPHIA, WILMINNOTON AND BALTI MORE RAILROAD LINE. Via Chester, Wilmington, Newark, Elkton, Havre de Grace, fcc Through in Six Ilnurt?Fare $3. "? Tarry On and alter Monday next, Ma"^2tJ>7.the Cars will leave the Depot comer of 11th and Market street, daily (except Suuday) at 9 o'clock, A. M.. the lines leaving at 4 P. M, and half past 10 1'. 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 Seven Houri?Fare $'2. On and after Monday next, May 12th. the steamlytatROBERT MORRIS, Capt. Douglass, will leave Dock street wharl'daily, (except Sunday,) at half past 3 o'clock. P. M., instead of 6 A. heretofore. , This Line leaves Bowly's wharf, Baltimore, for Philadelphia, at 7 P. M. SUNDAY MAIL LINE. The only Line lor Baltimore on Suuday loaves the Depot, corner of 11th and Market Ktreets, nt 4 o'clock, I*. M. FREIGHT PASSENGER TRAIN. Far* to Baltimore 50 cents. A Passenger Car attached to tlie Freight Tram, will leave the Depot comer Utli and Market street, dally, (except Sunday) at 5 oclock, P. M., and reach Baltimore at an early aour next morning. G. H. HUDDELL, Agent at Philadelphia, Pa. For further particulars, vpply to GEO. P. FISHER, Agent, mylO lm rc No. 17 Wall street, or 6 West street. FROM BOSTON TO PHILADELPHIA IN A DAY. THE THAINBunon the LONG ISLAND RAILROAD are now arranged for p.isseugers to leave Boston at 6 0 clock aud arrive in New York at 4, as was the case laat evening; and tak* the Philadelphia train at quarter before 5, and arrive there at IIP. M. rn^Otf SUMMER JifUUtNGEMKNT. LONG ISLAND RAILROAD COMPANY. jMB&sk JSMMac aaH i 1 w-wWw $b# TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS : From Brooklyn Depot? Bostou Train?8V A. M. daily, Sundays excepted. Accommodation Traiu?9). A. M and 4 P. M. for Hicksvilh and intermediate places. And on Tuesdays, Thursday* and So! turdays, throiivh to Ureenport at 9H A. M, From Ureenport Depot? Bostou Tram, daily, Sundays excepted, at 12X o'clock P. M., or on the arrival of the steamers from Norwich. Accommodation Train?At 9J\ A. M.,'od Mondays, Wednes days and Fridays. From HicktvilU Depot? Accommodation Train for Brooklyn?At 7 A. M. and 1}?P. M? daily, Sundays excepted. The Boston Trains stop only at Farmingdale and St. George's Manor. The Accommodation Trains stop at the following places on the road, going both ways to receive and deliver passen gers. vi?: Bedlord 12}i Deer Park ?? Kait New York 12* Thompson 1 00 Rice,Course 18!i Suffolk Station I 12 'i'toltitig Course 18 'i Lake Station 1 Si DAILY?Sundays Kicepted?Through Di rect, at 7 o'clock P. M., from the Pier between dim _ _ Rice Course 18V. Suffolk Station 1 12 Ttotiing Course I8'4 Lake Station I Si Jiiniica 23 Medfonl Station 1 5? Rrnohville 37,*? Milleville . .? 162 Hyde P.irk, 17 mile* 44 St. George's Manor 1 73 Clowsville, (during ses- Riverliesid S00 siou Court,) 44 Jamesport 2 06 Branch 44 Mattrtnck.., 2 Of Carle Place SO Cutchogne 2 12 Weathury SO Southofd 2 12 IlicksvilTe 56 Ureenport 2 2t Farmingdale 66 mrPM rrc FOR SALL?TT>* Steamboat Richmond, of iTI tons, of a light dr?ft water, 126 ft length, -36 feet beam, 8 f*et depth beam engine, 33 inch cylinder, 8letl stroke, in good order and fit for immediate use; copper fastened ; would answer for a tow, freight or passage hint, having finished cabins with berths. Ifnotsold before the mill instant, will then be sold at public auction, at the .Mer chants' Exchange, on that day. For further information, apply to Messrs. Dougherty, 73 South street. ju5 lw'rn PEOPLES' LINK OF STEAMBOATS FOR ALBANY Conrtlandt and Liberty streets. Steamboat ROCHF.STKR, Captain R. O. Crtittendon, will leave on Moodiy, Wednesday and Friday Evenings, at 7 o'clock. Steamboat KNICKERBOCKER, Capiaiu A Houghton, will leave on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday evenings, at 7 o'clock. At 3 o'clock P. M., landing at intermediate place, from the foot Ol" Barclay street. Steamboat COLUMBIA. Capt. W. H. Peck, will leave on Monday, Wednesuay, Friday and Sunday Afternoons, at 3 o'clock. Steamboat NORTH AMERICA. Captain L. W. Brainard, will le ive on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday AfteruOous, at 3 o'clock. Passengers taking either of the above Lines will arrive in Alba ny in ample lime for Um Moniing Train ol Cars for the east or weal. T I" B . ats are new and substantial, am furnished with new and ?In lit Slate rooms, and for speed aud accommodations are uu nra led on the Hudson. r teiirht taUeu at moderate rates. All persona are forbid trusting any of the Boats of this Line, without a written order from the Captains or Agents. h'or p.issaife or freight. apply on board the boats, or to P. C. at the office on the wharf. ju2rt j~?jj^j|r sxatSjsland FOOT OF WHITEHALL STREET Oil and after Sunday, June 1st, the Steamers SY LrH and TATEN ISLANDER. will leave as follows until further notice ;? LEAVE 8TATEN ISLAND; ?,9, 10. II and 12, A. M.; I, 2. 4.5,6 and 7 P.M. LEAVE NEW V ORK : 8,9. 10, II and IS, A. M ; 1,2, 3W.5, 6and7>4, P. M. h' VRE 6U CENTS. , . .. On Snndiys?The Poats will leave every hour from 8 A. M. until 7 P. M. mySlrc SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. NEWARK AND NEW YORK, DAILY-. FARE ONLY 12K CENTS. Change of flnur. Oil and niter Saturday, May 17th, the steamer ? PASSAIC, Captain John GafTy, will run as i^Mv'iillowi, until lurtlier notice, vie? l.f.AVfc NEWARK LEAVt NEW YORK, h oot of Centre street. Foot of Barclay street. 7)4 A. M. and V-\ P M. 10 A. M. and 4 P. M. ON SUNDAYS. Leave Newark, I Leave New York, 8 A. M. anil 2 1*. M. I 10 A. M. and 4 P. M. The Passaic has lieen lengthened 35 feet, and is now two hnn drill and twenty feet long. Slie has a new boiler, and a new, aumtnodioua and elegantly furnished deck saloon, SO feet in length, and is in complete order. Her accommodationa for freight '.nil paaaengejs have been very much improved. Freight carried at reduced rafl-s. a26 lm*m ( HEAP AND PLEASANT EXCURSION TO TIIK. LOWER BAY. The Steamboat WAVE will, on and after ? Saturday, the 7th instaut, leave I'ier No. 1 E. ,^^^??11., at 9 and II o'clock. A. M., and 3 and tii I'. Al.; leave Staten Island al 8 and 10 A. M., I and 5)i P. M.? Fare ti's cents. N. B.?On the 3 o'clock trip the Wave will make an excur sion i i the Lower Bay, passing Fort II iinilton. Telegraph and I '.mi \ I -land, giving passengers a full view of ine Ocean. For lln w'n le excursion only Ilk cents will be charged. K'fi iliinents, of the best i|ualities, pioviuedou board, my I I ui'rc FOR HALIFAX AND LIVERPOOL. THE Royal Mail Steam Ships BRITAN NIA and CAMBRIA, will leave Boston for I the above porta, as follows:? Britannia, Jno. Hewitt, Esq., Commander.. .Sunday, June 1st. Cambria, C. H. E. Judkins, Esq., " Monday, June 16th. I'aasage to Liverpool $120. P usage to Halifax 20. For freight or passage, apply to m29m I). URIOHAM, Jr.. Agent. ? Wall st. EMP 15 tons clean water rotted Hem|>?for sale by H E. K. COLLINS It CO., j3rc * South street. DHAKA'S ON GREAT BRITAIN AND wKELAND?Persons wishing to remit mo ney to their friends iu any i<nrt Ml' England. Ireland, Scotland or Wale?, cull be supplied 'with drafts payable at sigftt, without dis rouut, for any amount, from ?1 upward*. In England?On the National and Provincial Bank of Eng land; Me .nra. J. Birned k. Co., Exchange and Discount Bank, Liverpool; Messrs. Jamea Bui t & 8011, London, and branches throughout England and Wales. In the National Bank of Ireland, and Provin cial Bank and branches throughout Ireland. I t. Scotland?On the Eastern Bank of Scotland, National Bank of Scotland, Greenock Banking Company, and branchea throughout Scotland. '1 he steamship Britannia aaila from Boston on the lit June, by which all drafts can be forwarded free. Apply to W. & J. T. TAPSCOTT. my 18 in If, South ?t. cor. Maiden lane. PACKET KOlt JVIAHsh.l I l.r.S, on the lllrii June .?Tlienew packet ship PRINCE Dfc JOINVILLE, i< ap! Wm W Lawrence, will be unavoidably de tained until the above date, at which time the will positively ?ail. The accommodations for passengers by this ship, are not sur passed by any of the Europeuu tucket ships, and afford an ex celleul opportunity for those wishing to go to any port of the Mediterranean, for which or freight, apply to .. CHAMBERLAIN it PHELPS, 103 Front street, or to BOYD <t H1NCKEN, Agents, No. S Tontine Buildings, corner Wall and Water strerts. j 3rc PACKETS FOR HAVRE?Second Line?Th. packet ship ONEIDA, Captain Jas. Funk, will atil ion the lst< f July. i-ur 11eight or passage apply to BOYD Ic HINCKEN Agents, No. 9 Tontine Buildings, cor. Wall and Water streets ju3 rc LONDON LINE~3 F~P AC KETS-Packet "of th. .lOtli June?The splendid and elegaut fast sailing pack .hip SWITZERLAND, E. Knight, master, will p.?iuveiy suil us above, being her regular day. Having very superior accommodations Jur c-ibin, second ca bin andsteerage p >atengers,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 2llih June. mWm FOR LIVERPOOL?New Liue?Regular Packet .of the tGlh elegant fast sailiuu Packet Shii HHBBalURRICK, Capt. B. J. H. Trnsk, of 1100 tons, will sail us above, her regular day. for freight or passage, having accommodation unequalled for splendor and comfort, apply on board, at Orleans wharf, fool of Wall street, or to ? E K. COLLINS fc CO., 36 South stre.'.. Price of nntsaee 8100. Packet Ship Roscius, Capt. Asa Eldridge, of 1100 tons, will succeed the Garrick, and sail 26th July, her regular day. mZ7 ec PASSAGE KOR HAMBURG?Vv ith De.i.atch .The splendid new packet ship SILAS HOLMES. Hasa'^pt. C. C. llerry, will sail as above, and can very cuuiloiuoly accommodate a limited number of of passengers in cabiu and steerage. This ship having beeu built expressly for n New Orleans packet her accoininotLtions are of the best and most costly description. Persons wishing to secure berths thould make early application on board, or to W. St J. T. TAPSCOTT, my26 it corner South street and Maiden lane. LIVERPOOL LINE OF PACKETS-PUcketo! .the 6th June?The splendid and faviftite packet shii .PATRICK HENRY, J. C. Delano master, will po sitively sail as above, her regular day. Having very su|>erior accommodations for cabin, second cabji and steerage passengers, persons desirioui to embark by this an perior packet, should make early application ou board, foot oi Maiden Lane, or to the subscriber, jdSEPH McMURRAY, 100 Pine street corner of South street. The packet ship Independence, K. P. Allen, master, will sue ceed the Patrick Henry, and sail on the 6th of July. m8rc WANTED?Good and suitable vessels to IVeigh: Coal from Philadelphia snd Bristol to Boston, Provi deuce. Saco, Norwich, Allen's Point, Greennort, Hart ford. New Haveu, Middletou, Albany, Troy and other parts The higliest price will be paid and constant employment given Apply to FREDERICK TYLER k CO., 6 Wall street, or E. 8AFFORD & CO., ai6 lm*rc 81 Dock street, Philadelphia. OLD ESTABLISHED EMIGRANT PASSAGE .OFFICE, 61 South st.?Passage from England, Ire aland. Scotland and Wales?Those sending for theii friends would do well to avail themselves of the opportunity o: makingtheir arrangements with the subscribers ou very mode rate terms, by first class packet ships, sailing from Liverpool weekly. Dralts can as usual lie furnished for any amount, payablt throughout tlie United Kingdom. Apply to JOHN HERDMAN, 61 South at. The mail steamer Hibernia sails (rem Boston ou tlie 16ih inst bv w 'licli letters ran lie forwarded uuickly. m\'<!3rli BURDEN'S PATENT IIORSE-SHOES 0 BEING NOW ON SALE by the Principal dealer in hardware in the United States are all warranted |wi feet iu form and made of tlie very best refined iron, aud sold at a fraction over the price of iron in the bai Every shoe which may be found not in accordant with the above recommendation w ill be received back aud th< money refunded, with all exiwnaes from tlie most distant part, of the country. H. BURDEN, Agent, inyl8 1m*iTC Troy Iron and Nail Factory. WASHINGTON COTTAGE. JgA TO l.tT?The above commodious aummer residence p]U situate in Clarkstown, Rockland County, about 9 miles J^ULlrom Piermout, mid 29 mile* from New York. To tin latter city t lie re is (lie facility of travelling twice a day, per th? New York and trie Railroad. The House consists of a draw ing-rooui, dining-room, six bed-rooms, a kitchen, with the ad rant-ice of having pure water Uid on therein, a cellar adjoining excellent stabling, together with ten acres of fertile laud (n needed) which adjoins the premises. The house was built in the gothic style, by the celebrate* self-taught artist, MR. JAME8 THOM. whose " Tarn O'ShanUr ami SotUer Johnny have immortalized him. The locality was selected with that taste peculiar to the architect?it is in the of the most pic turesque scenery, wood, water, Itc. The justly celebrate*. Rockland Lake?the most splendid sheet of water in the coun try?is in the immediate vicinity; and in front of the house, Mr Thom has added, to this already, romautic speft, an acipiimtioi to to every American, a statue, from hi* own chisel, of the Im mwtai IVashington. Cy" For further particulars apply at 306 Hudson street. j3 St*ec TO LKT?Part of the House No S6 Amos street, coi. sitting of two ixirlors on first tloor. a bedroom on the se cond floor, two attic bedrooms, ami kitchen in hasemeut Sic. t'osseasiou of it can be-had immediately, at a low reut Enquire at the premise*. jui lw*rh LEASEHOLD PROPERTY KOR SALE, consist ing of the premises Noa. IK) and, l'J3 Twentieth' street. N7V. Upon the former lot are n frame dwelling house ii i the rear, and in front a substantial brick dwelling house, buil i last year. Upon the latter lot a frame dwelling in the rear, aw I iu front a brick building used a shop. The property is in gooi j repair, and forms a profitable investment. Apply to James Cn meron. 34!) Hudson street. jilt lw*rrc ] Yji KOR SALIC?A property aituated iu the Village u , JjfpiJiNortli Or.uige, Esse* county, N J., within 20 minutes, u > ^dti.Neivark, N.J., and one hour of New Vork City?Rail | road communication. The premises consist of a ue\v two story I double houie, with a finished basement, a cistern, a well o ] excellent water, a stable, a garden of nearly an acre, wel I stocked with fruit, together with other conveniences suitable for the accommodation of a family. Application may be madt to John Whitehead, E*q. Attorney and Solicitor, Newark,N.J : or to 8 Sirnson, on the premises, corner William and llillye ' streets. ju4 Iw'rrc Ma FOR SALE?A beautiful Country Residence, one mil from Rossville Landing, ou Staten Island, a harm of ? icres of first-rate Land; a large House and good Barn, a>* other Buildings; good Garden, with plenty of Fruit Tree??w*i be aold reasonable and ou good terms. Eiiquire of myT lin*rc SAM'L. HALL, *9 Broome at FDR SALE CHEAP, A COTTAGE AT SOUTH AMBOY. THE house is of bnckand rough cast. In the fiwt story then it a breakfast room, library, drawing room, dining roon 'and pantry, together with a kitchen and aeirant*'hall. In th? second story then are live bedrooms, with four over the kitehei ; for sanr?ita. The Cottage it in the Elicabethian style and haa six pointed i ga Isles with overhanging roofs. The Piazza extends round thres I sides of the houae, and ts ornamented with Gothic Arches. It ; is new and lias uever yet been occupied. Though withiu walk I ing distance (from a half to a quarter of a mile.) ol tlie Rail | Road and Steamboat Landing, the house it entirely secluded. I With the exception of the lawn and wood and the opposite : shores of New Jersey and Staten Island, there ia little else tobt seen, save lit* waters and the vessels that navigate them. It it I surrounded and densely. shaded by trees On the lawn then are fifteen or twenty group* of forest trace, varying iu extern from twe acre* to a common sized clump. The situation ia higl and perfectly healthy, and commanda a view of the sea, the light houses at Sandy Hook, Princes Bay and theRaritan River 1 here ia a fine gravelly beach for Salt W ater Bathing. Th> Rail lload cars and Stcamboata leave and arrive at such hours a* to enable a man of business to brvakfaat at home and lie ii towu at half-past ten?to leave town at three and be at home ai five. He may be iu New York in two, and at Philadelphia in four hours. The purchaaer may take ten, twenty, thirty or more acre* with the house. For further particulars apply to JOHN C. STEVENS, M Barclay at. P. S.?A short distance from the above, tliere ia another hand some situation, with a house thirty-five or forty feet square. I will dispose ol either or both. l*or a view of the hou*e and ground*, apply to Mr. Abraham Everett, Superiuteudant,South Amboy. iny24 tf re GENERAL BUILDING REPAIRS, M Nassau st., come of Maiden Lane.?All orders un.nediately attended to foi Mason. Slate mi;. I'l.uteriug, Flagging, tin roofs repaired ami painted, and all other repairs ana alterations done in the best manner. Also, furnaces, ranges, kettles, steam boiler*, ovens and every kind of fire works put up. None but good workmen employed. Expedition* and moderate charges Chimney top*Torturing smoke. Up town orders left with J. Uuinn, Plumber, 544 Broadway min?lrn'rh E. H. QUINN. INFALLIBLE BED BUG POISON. WATSON'S llL'O DESTROYER needs but one applica tion and the Im iI bugs will shim their former abode for ever. Proprietor* of hotel* and steamboats, and private families, who wish to keep free from these vermin, can do it at a *mal! expense and in a few minute*. Owing to tlie greet popularity ol tills prevention, several worthless nnltari,.ns have tseen imposed uisoii tlie public. The genuine is sold only at Apothecaries Hall, 3B Catherine street; 127 Maiden lane, and in Brooklyn by Mrs. Hay*, 139 Fulton street. Price JS and JO cent* |ser bottle. "2(S Im'T W ATCHES '.-WATCHES AND JEWELRY.?'Those who with to ptirchaiH* Gold or Silver Watch*4*, Gold Chains, Gold 1'tnciU, Key*, &c., will find it greatly to their ad vantage to call on the subscriber, who is selling all descriptions of the above at retail much lower than an/ other house in the city. Gold Watches a* low a* |M and fiJ each. Waiche* Mid Jewelry exchanged or bought All Watche* warranted to keep good tune or the money refunded. Watches and Jewely repair ed in the best manner and warranted, at much leu than the usual price. G. C. ALLEN, Importer of Watche* and Jeweliy, Im'ec Wholesale and Ketail. 30 Wall *1. up stairs I O BOATMEN, AND OT11EHS.? laving Stone ol hrs 1 rate quality, wanted immediately. Apply to WILLIAM FOBGAY, * No Norfolk slreet REMOVAL. Mrs CARROLL'S MEDICATED VAPOUR AND SUL I'HUR BATHS are removed from No. 335 Broadway to 1M Fulton street, we*t of Broadway. Open rum 6 o'clock in the morning till ? o'clock at night. Sulphur Bath* require oni hour's notice m.1 Im ee WMAi'l'iNG PAPER?7,000 reama Cap and Crowu Wrap pmg Paper, for *ale by _ VeRS8E at BROOKS, P.i|>er Wamhouae, 6J and <7 Nunu at A l*o, 300 ream* Tissue various colore. inyU rh HARTWCLL'S WASHINGTON HOUSE, Cheat nut Street, ABOVE SEVENTH. STREET, NEXT TO THE MASONIC HALL, PHILADELPHIA. PT" Baths Just introduced?Warm and Cold?in fine apart ments?lor both ladies and Gentlemen. my29 Im'm "WILSON'S HOTEL AND DINING ROOM, !i Gold Ntrect, near Maiden Lane. COUNTRY MERCHANTS will find tin.a desirable House, being couveuie it to the business part of tlie city. This establishment is fitted up witheutirely new furniture. Good and substantial dinner, IB}* cents, lodgings ?5 cents. For con venience mid comfort thi? hou.e uequal toauy hotel in the city, and at half the price. Permanent boarders can be accommodated oil very reasonable terms jui 3m'rc CATSK1LL MOUNTAIN HOUSE. THIS well-known and delightfully situated Hotel, at the I'ine Orchard, is now o|ieu for the ri ception of visitor*, un der the superinttMiiauce of the subscriber, who will be pleased to extend a welcome to the travelling public Stupes run regularly to and from the morning and evening boits, finding atCatskill. 'i he Hi'Use and premises have been materially im proved (luce the 1st season, and now present attractions unsur passed at uuy watering place in tile country. WM. SCOBIE. June 3d, 1816. jui 4wrc BOARDING. /"\NE or two gentlemen can be accommodated with board in O a respectable private family, ou moderate terms, where there are no other boarders takeu, in an airy healrhy situation, within two minutes wallr of the rail Can also have the benefit ofhot and cold hatlis. A note addressed to X. V. , at the othce ol this paper, will be punctually atiendrd to. jui Iw'rc EPHRAIM SWEENY'S DINING ROOMS, No. 66 CHATHAM STREET, N. Y. TO' Tllk NEW YORK PUBLIC. rpiIE SUBSCRIBER WILL OPEN ON MONDAY, June i. lid, UlJ, on the second tioor of his highly celebrated and populir rooms, one of the lnost novel and elegant saloons in the country ever intended fur public business, where gentlemen or private parties may be served in the best manner with Break rait, Dinners and iiupijers ; as comfortable and quiet as iii their own private parlors The extensive arrangement in ide iu the cooking department, will insure to those w ho prefer this mode of living, one hu dred and seventy-eight Dishes served up iu a style surpassing any thing yet attempted, and at prices to cor ? espond with reason, as every thing h? been got up in my own peculiar in le. I would most respectfully iuvite all those who would encourage the much of improvement, to call and be sat isfied to wli it perfection the most humble business m >y, wit!.* perseverance, be elev .ted to. m'ffl lin'rr KPHTTATM HWF.F.NY. PliUiM'kCl HAUL, I UtviVV CONRAD ABELMAN respectfully iufnrms his frieudsand the public, that tlie above well known and Irvorite place ol resort hat recently been refuted, and is now open to receive vi sitors or boarders, who m y wish to escape the dust, noise and inconveniences Ola citj life during the he it of summer. Prospect Hull, one ol the most lie mtiful country seats in the neighborhood of the city, is situ il. d directly over the Harlem Railroad tunnel, and can lie reached Irom theClty Hall iu thirty minutes, either bv rsiiroud or hv the Harlem stages. The beauty of tlie house a id of the surrounding scenery is too well known to need an exte fkdde cription. The attention of military companies is particularly directed to th. excelleutco.iveuienccs for target-shooting, drill and parade grounds, tenpiu alleys, quoit grounds, lie. Sic The present pro prietory a very great expense, has built out houses for all these purposes, and he trusts that Ins endeavors to please will procure lor him the patronage of* ge.ierous public, and particularly ol his military friends. He pledges himself tint refreshments, fcc. shall at all times be of tlie best quality and charges moderate. my2S lmeod*m SlIARON SPRINGS" PAVILfoN, SCHOHARIE COUNTY. NEW YORK. T^HE PUBLIC are respectfully informed that Mr. LAN J- DON, of Congress Hall, Albany, has associated himsell with Mr. Oardiiier, and that this establishment will be con ducted by them. The Pavilion will be opened for the reception of visitors on the first day of Jnue ueiL The subscribers have made man) improvements iu the grounds and bathing-house, and pledge themselves to use their best exertions to render this establish ment fully equal to any watering place iu this country. L. & O. Stapes will be in readiness on the arrival of the cars at Cann johane, to take passengers to the house. Mr. L will.'as heretofore, contiimethe Congress Hall, which will, during tlie summer, be under the superintendence of Mr Joslin. mygj lin'ec THE " WRIGHT' HOUSE, 81 lVansau Street. WILLIAM WRIGHT, formerly of the Rain's Head, Ful ton street, begs leave to inform his friends that may be imacqnainled 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 bur is furnished with the best of wines ol every class, Ale, Scotch Whiskey of the purest brands, Porter, and every other article necessary for a well stocked bar. Inde l>eiideut of which, he has two splendid rooms, furnished, ou the second floor .specially adapt td for private and public meetings, courts martial, or any general purpose; besides which he has provided accommodation for permaneut 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 of the lodgers, as well as the visiters of the "Retreat," ou all occasions. WILLIAM WRIGHT, my26 lm?ec 81 Nassau street. NEW JERSEY HOTEL?MORR13TOWN. THE SUBSCRIBERS respectfully inform theirfriend* and the public generally. that the uew and commodious house erected lor a Ifotrl. at Morristown. New Jersey, in npeii for tln entertaiiiment of all those who will favor them with their com pany, when they hoi<e to furuiih them such aocvuunodatious ah to entitle them to public favor. D. W. NOE, m?) 3t?w2in *rc UAV1D CROWEL. BOaRDING AT 27 COURTLANDT STREET GOOD BOARDING, with plessant roomi, for single gentle men. Likewise, a handsome furnished parlor with bedrooix uljoiniug, suitable for a genteel family?by iiitI3 lm*rr MRS. (iERE, 27 Courtlandt (treet FAMlUES AND GENTLEMEN VISITING LONDON, ON husine** or pleasure, can be accommodated during their I stay with a pleasant and desirable home, iu the house of s l?dy of res|<ectability, where they will meet with every attention Apartments witli private table* if preferred. Apply at 34 BURTON CRESCENT, *2fi lm*re Euston Square, London. WILLIA MSB URGirdOTTAQE. THE SUBSCRIBERS respectfully inform the citizen* ol New York, Brooklyn, Williamsburxh and its vicinity, thst tliey have recently opened the large and splendid mansioii kuowu as the WILLI AMSBURGH COTTAGE. and furnished at great expense for the accommodation of resi dents and strangers. The Cottage is eligibly situated, a few rod*, south of the Pi ck Slip Kerry,and convenient to the Houston and Orand street Ferries commanding a beautiful and extended vit w of the Bay, New York and Brooklyn. They have also at tached to the COTTAGE a large and splendid Garden, couve iiieut Promenades, Grass Piatt*, Shade Trees, (tc., making a most sclu'litlul summer re?ort to while away a few hours amid rh* refreshing breezes or the Bay. Their MU8ICAL CLOCK is richly worth a visit, beirrgthe best piece of inechaniam of the Itiud that was ever imported to this country. It will play lilty different tunes with remarkable harmony and accuracy. Tin choicest variety ot refreshment will at all times be promptly r'urnished. N. B ?In connection with this establishment, they have WARM AND COLD SALT WATER BATHS-knowna* the Washington Baths. The water is at all times anu pure. Tlie perries run from Peck Slip, Grand street and Hous ton street every fifteen minutes. Ferriage four cents. my!6 Im'ec HANDFIELD fc HOEFT. NB.?Private House of Refreshments by D. W. TELLER, ? Front street?Breakfast, Dinner and Supper. Is6d. each. Breakfast from until 9; dining hours from aquartei before 12 until 3; Supper Irom i until 8K o'clock. Also. % Beds, all in prime order. Lodgings 2i cts. All gentlemeu wishing to resort to aline cool dining apartment, will do well U call and satisly themselves. The proprietor also keeps the old stand corner of Kultou and Front streets; ?, B and 9 Fulton Market, where he will continue to serve up nil the delicacies of the season. Also Wines, Liquors, and Segart of all kinds and ol the choicest brands, direct from the importers. in 17 lm-rh GALVANIZED IKON AND TIN. Galvanized sheet iron and tin, * very su periorarticle, warranted uot to rust. Also, Tin Plate, ohee Iron, Russia Sheet Iron, She St Copper, Zinc, Scotch and Amet I'ican Pig Iron, for aide by CA88 It WARD, myl3 1m*er No. 71 Broad street 11/ ANTED?For one oftlie most extensive Publishing house* v v iii the (Juited States, a few active young men to act as \i:eiits lor tlx sale of new and popular work*. The proprietor* will insure each man t:?m over his board |>er year profit. A wri ting to that effect will lie given them; tliey will have beside* importunity of clearing Sl.UOO prr year, and more if they are ac rive. Everyman will have nis district. There are abouta half a doteu places I hat are not filled. It will be necessary loi hem to hav? $Z5 to Kill >i least to obtain a good fitting out. Ni me need apply unless lie has that sum, for it is the object of th< Publishers to establish kood igeuts, and give them such a chance ia no oue I-Iie can offer th'-ni For lull particulars apply to 94 Duaae street, my# lrn*ec>is CHARLES PAUL DE KOCK COMPLETE. rPHE Work* of Charles Paul de K.?:k lllusinte.l Edition Jl with P'lrtrait *nd h> . complete ill one volume.? I'rice one dollar. The puillC have now an >pi>?rtumty of pos sessing themselves ol the complete works .>i the renowned Paul ile Kock in one mag.'i "???? l volume, containing twelve hundred and eighty large ci of tfjdi< g nutter. and at a price which places it withm ll?' rrnch of p. rsons in tlie mo?t limited circumstances. Thi- volume en,.aim all the novels, etc which were ever uctu .lt> written I.y this noil witty, laughter loving and fw-famrd of inideiu author*. And the publisher? pledge themselves that ilie translations have been faithmlly niad?, and that the work will be found tlie most care-killing fascinating and exciting that has ev?i beeu issued from the press ol'this country. For side 41 Aim stieet, New I oik. The work is mailable, ?,,d may lie se .t by post to any part ol the United States or the, st an expense vaiying fnim ten to twi-jity cents, according to the distance. All orders for one complete copy must contain one dollar, be franked or postpaid, and directed to Holland It Gloeer, New \ ork City. Six copies will be forwarded to one address for live dollar*. m2t ilfcw Itn'm IF r.H'l Hr.R COHEN, who formerly lived with Airs Hughes. Boirdluf-house keeper, Union street, Liverpool? left England about nine years ago to liw in New York?will write to her father. No. II New Bailey street, Sall'ord..Manches ter, in Eegluud, she will hear something greatly to tier advan tage. mvin tn dy<twT*r? CONNOR WAUL). INFORMATION WANTED of Connor Ward, late of Springfield. Mass. Any |ier*on who will give sny informa tion respecting liiui will confer a favor on his wife, Ann Ward. Addresi W. St J. T. TAPSCOTT. South st, myftl rre cor. Maiden lane. LIFE PRESERVERS,

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BATE have removed their Establishment to No. A ? 102 Maiden Lane, where they hive on sale a large and well assorted stork of Very superior Drilled Eyed Needles: Limerick, Salmon, Trout, Bass, Rock and Black Fish Hooks: Fishing Rods, Heels, Orass Silk and Flax Lines, Silk Worm Gut Hies, Site) Is, and every description ol Fishing Tackle, which they en able to sell on the most liberal terms. (L/~ 102 Maiden Lane, Qupstairs)near Fe*tl street. my# lm*rc 1 NATIONAL LOAN FUND LIFE ASS 17 RulNCF SOCIETY OF LONDON. Empowered by Jict of Parliament. | CAPITAL ?500,000 STERLING, OR $-2,500,000. General Agent for tlie United State*. ?J. LEANDER STARR, 74 Will st, New York. I Physicians?Drs. Hosack mid J. Kearney- Rodger*. Solicitor? Win. Van Hook, Esq. Examples of Rates?for the Assurance of $100 on a Single Life. PREMIUMS PAYABLE ANNUALLY. Jll next J-or our year For five birth day. only. years. Without profits. With do. 15 SO 77 $0 81 $1 47 $1 64 20 0 86 0 90 1 68 1 87 25 0 98 1 OS 1 93 2 14 30 1 21 I 30 2 22 2 46 33 1 46 I 54 2 54 2 80 40 1 61 1 61 t 93 3 26 ? 1 72 I 78 3 47 .3 15 50 1 91 2 06 4 21 4 68 55 2 54 2 96 5 28 586 60 . 3 73 4 25 6 68 7 42 Premiums 'lor life" payable yearly, half yearly, quarterly or monthly The public are respectfully requested to examine the distin cuishiiis principles of this Institution?therr tables of rates? their distribution of profits?and the facilities afforded by their Loan Depirtmeut?before deciding to insure elsewhere. Pamphlets containing the last Annual Report, and the Socie ty'* rates, Ike., may lie obtained ulxm application. m23 !m3taw'rrc J. LEANDER STARR, General Agent. KNAPFS INDIAN STRENGTHENING PLASTER. THESE PLASTERS prepared for pains and weakness in the back, breast, side or limbs, bruises, sprains, tic., and lor asthmatic affections, and croup ui children, will in most cases l{ire immediate and soothing relief. Tliey will also be found highly beneficial for complaiuts of the Liver, Lungs and Kidney. Persons of sedentary habits, whose business requires them to sit or stand much, who may be troubled with weakness in the cliest, or pain in the side or brvast, will Itnd great relief by wear iiik niie of these Plasters. With regard to the efficacy ?f these Plasters, nothing need be ?aid, as tliey carry with thein their, own recommendation, and the price being so remarkably low, is a sufficient inducement for those afflicted to give them a trial. The proprietor is confident that by the great and increasing de mand lor these Plasters, the popularity which they have obtain ed solely by their own merits, and the uuivenal satisfaction which they liave given, that they are decidedly superior to any others in use. No pains is spared in making them as adhesive and pliable as l>ossilile, and in rendering them free from all those objection! which is a source of complaint to the ordinary plasters of the day. The** ?tasters need but one trial to give every satisfaction de sired. Be sure and a*k for Knapp's Indian Strengthening Plaster, and taf that his (ignature is ou the back of each. None others art genuine. Made only by P. B. KNAPP, and sold wholesale and retail at his Medicine Warehouse, No. 362 Hudson street, one door below King street, New Vork. Also for sale by the Druggists gene rally. Price 12 1-2 and It 3-4 cents each m5 2ineod*rr GKNTLfcMKiN'S SPRING FASHIONS. THE SUBSCRIBERS have received by late arrivals, from their Agents iu Paris and London, their assortment of rich Cntvats. Gloves, Scarfs, Suspenders, Silk Under Garments, be. Sic. Their assortment of the above articles have been selected with much care and attention, aud comprise not only ihe richest, but the most extensive assortment to lie found in the city. The Subscriber* devote great attention to the manufacturing of Gen tlemen's Linen and Musliu Shirts. The article manufactured by them are cut after the most approved Freuch method, to suit the form of the wearer?well and faithfully made?and may be de 8cided on, not only for the beauty of their finish, but for their urability. The senior partner of the linn having been for the last seventeen years engaged in the same line of business, his knowledge, not only in the scieuce ol cutting, but iu tlie quality of the materials used in oar manufactory, jfives us a decided ad vantage, and guarantee* to our patron* a laihionable and well finished garment. Our assortment of under garments of all de scriptions?Hosiery, Dressing Robes, Pocket-kerchiefs, Night Caps, Linen Collars, and Dress Fronts, Stocks, Stock Ties, Cra vat Stiffener*, Puree*, Money and Riding Belt*, ftr. Jic.. will be found worthy the attention of all who will favor with a visit the old establishment of 1'ARSELLS fc AGATE. 273 Broadway, corner of Park Place. N. B.?P. 8t A. continue the manufacture of their celebrated Elastic, Shoulder, Braoe and Riding Belts a2l lm*dh $13. iJiSHION.HRLE DRESS CUjJTS UMDJs EUR TWELVE DOLJU1R8. W. H. DE GROOT & CO., OrrOSITE THE DUTCH CHl'HCIt, 102 Fulton street, East of Broadway, ANNOUNCE to the Public that they will make to orders Fashionable black Dress Coat for Twelve Dollars. Clothing ready made, viz: Over 500 Coats of every cut, shape, or material in use?such aa fine Broad Cloth, Drspd'Ete,Merino, Bombazine, Linen, Cashmerette. Tweeds, Jeans, Checks, Cassi meres, aud all kinds of Summer Cloths. Prices rauge from $1 t>$1' 1500 PAIR OF PANTALOONS, Of all grades, quality, colors and cuts. Prices from Si ro $6 per pair; many are extra line and iisually sold at from $7 to St. 2500 VESTS OF VARIOUS MATERIALS, Satins, Valeucias, Silks, Marseilles, rich figured Stripes, and Plaids, &c. Ike., from 75 cents to Si. Also, we have a very large stock of French, English and Ame rican Broad Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings, of the most desi rable aud fashionable patterns, n iiich we wanrant to make and fit equal to any other estsplishmewt in the Ukited States A full suit made to order from (20 to $35, and, if necessary, fur nished in 24 hours complete. We buy for ca*h auu sell for ca*h only, and invite buyers to call and examine our stuck before purchasing elsewhere. W. H. DEG ROOT It CO. 102 Fulton st, m23 Im ec New York. A WHOLE BLACK SUIT OF CLOTHES FOli FOURTEEN DOLLARS. AT D. OWEN'8 BIG OPPOSITION STORE. 332 Grand street, comer of Ess?x. THIS may amiear almost impossible, but such is the effect ol his ('ASH SYSTEM, ami the jpmII profits charged on Roods, that it has become the interxt of every buyer to patronise ia establishment. A glance at tile liat of prices is a sufficient JuaranUie of the above facta. li t made up a very large assortment of those fashionable D'Oraay Office and Business Coats, of erery possible variety of style and fabric, varying in prices from.... $1 S to $10 Of A splendid lot of Frock and Divas Coats, made of fine Saxony wool-dyed English Cloth, and cut and trimmed in the most elegant and fashionable style, from $9 to (lit A beautiful selection of Pants, consisting of plain Black and Colored Caaaimerea, Tweeds, Drab iTEte, French Elastic Plaid and Figured Goods, lie. etc., from... ... f 1 JO to $6 OS Any quantity of Satinet Pants $1 30 to $3 JO Th-< greatest variety of vesta ever offered ... 7J to $4 On Also, a complete assortment of Boy's Clothing, cheaper than ever. N. B.?Country Dealer* would find it a great advantage to purchase at this establishment, as the ifrv.itest attention is paid to th? Cutting Department, which is all-important in the selection of sizes. Come one, come all, drop in and try them, If they are uot cheap, theu don't buy thorn! D. OWEN'S, Wholesale and Retail Clothing Store, a27 lm'ee Corner of Grand and Esse* sta. SECOND HAND CLOTHING AND FUR N1TURE WANTED. AND the highest price given for all kinds of cast off clothing snd good second hand furniture. Persons wishing to dis pose of the same, will do well to call on the subscriber, or ad dress a line through the Post Office, which will be punctually attended to. B. LEVY, 49% Chatham street, New York. N. B.?Constantly on hand, a seasonabl- assortment of gen tlemen's clothing, cheap for cash. iny29 Im'rc GENTLEMENS' LEFT OFF WARDROBE V,' ANTED. Gentlemen and Famines can obtain the full value for all superllouswffect* they wish to dispose of, (either gentlemen or ladies,) by sending to Uie subscriber, who does not pretend to give twenty per crnt more than any other person,but will givt a fair price for all articles offered. Gentlemen leaving the city will find it to their advantage to send for the subacriber previous (o selling to any other person. J. LEVENSTVN. N B?A line through the Post Office, directed to 406 Broad way, will he promptly attended to. my>l lm* m CJIST OFF CLOTHING JtND FURNITURE WANTED. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN having any any cast off or superfluous Clothing to dispose of will, find it to their ad vantage to send for the subscriber, who will pay the highest cash price for the same. M. 8 COHEN, 69 Duane st. N. B ?A line through the Poat Office, or otherwise, will be promptly attended to. m20 lm*ec GENTLEMEN'S LEFT OFF WARDROBE. GENTLEMEN or Familiea going to Europe or elsewhere, wishing to disencumber themselves of their superfluous wardrobe, either ladies' or gentlemen's; also. JEWELRY, FIRE ARMS, kc. kc, will obtain from the subscriber twenty i*r rent more than from those who pretend to par the highest cisli prices. H. LEVfc.TT, Office No. t Wall street. New York. Families or gentlemen attended at their residence by ap pointment. And all orders left at the subscriber's office, or sent through the |?oat olfice. will be punctually attended to. ml? Im'ec W. T. JbNiMNLra it OU., DRAPERS AND TAILORS, | MPORTERS of Cloths, Cassnneres, Testings, Kancy Dreai 1 Articles, kc., No. 231 Hraadway. American Hotel, offer for inspection an extensive assortment of sessonslile goods, con prising Cloths, Csssimeres, V as tings, lee. in ail the new and va nous styles. The aid of as efficient a corps of. Cutters, as can be found in the country, warrants us in tne belief that the style and charac terofour Garments, will besuch as to merit s continuance ol the liberal patronage heretofore elicited. Whilst an assnrancc of the continuance of the system ol Small Profits and Quick Returns, cannot fail to be appreciated iiy those who would effect a saving of the extra per ceutage le vied under the credit system. We would refer in particular to the Pantaloons we are ena bled to furnish?than which there ia no garment so trying to the skill of a Cutter?and solicit a trial from those who appreciate a fit. combining ease snd elegance. hi additiou to the usual aast rtment of goods kept by the trade, we have alwavs ou hand Ready Made Dreas and Frock Coats, Pantaloons, Vests, Itc. to answer the requirements ol those who, in esses of emergency, may require a first-rate suit. Also, Fancy Press Articles in greet variety; Scarfs, Cravata, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Suspender*. Hosiery, Uader-Vests, Drawers, Linen and Muslin Shirts, Collars, kc. kc. nil3 Imisrrc ~ TO TAILORS. 'T1HE Second Edition of Stinenvt's celebrated work on cut k ting garments ol every description in a st) le of elegance un MUKlled, is now published and ready lor delivery Those who desire to avail themselves of the great advantages to be derived from the use of the instruction it contains, would do well to ob tain a copy without delay. The book is 12 to 17 inches square, and contains 17 elegant diagrams of all the various styles of gar ment < w orn at the present day, with full and ample instructions for cutting in an easy and scientific manner. Tlie following are a few of the many highly respectable names who testify to the merits ol the books The undersigned being MMticany acquaint*! With Mr, Stine tnet's Treaties on Cutting Garments, with pleasure recommend it as a work complete in its arrangement, ana in its practical ap plication to cutting, superior to any heretofore published, either in Earopa or A merica. I'. Henry k Son. Daniel ('utter, Stsats k Banker, Charles Cm, E. W. Tryonk Co., B. F. Homer, James Daily, John Ha vilaud, J. H. Banker The above can be ji'.ined of the author, No. 113 Broadway, NewV^ih_ Mm?ec Refined iron?m tons best quality o. f. company's assorted sizes, round and square?for sale by WOODHULL k MINTCRNS, m29rr >7 South street. C1 AST IKON WATER PI PEN, of different siaes, constant / ly on hand. M Also, American Pig Irnn, for sale hr _ ___ WARRINGTON fc RICHARDS, my23 Im'rh Mi Water st. Baltimore. [Correspondence of the Herald.] Baltimore, June 3, 1845. Peyluna at the Canton Cowrtc?Will not run again?Uncle Sam preparing for a Storm?Baltimw* Saticeitm Dead ? Steamboat Explosion and Lots of Lift?The Repeal* trt at loggtrheadt?Tke Seduction Cant?A warning to thote interested?Theatricals?Defunct Tyltrites?Eas tern Female High School. Feytona, with eleven of her southern companions, have arrived in thia city, and taken up their quarters at the Canton Course, where our citizens are daily flocking to see her. She is greatly changed in her carriage and appearance since she passed through this city about six weeks since, and it is doubted by some whether she will ever regain her former condition. Fashion is all gristle, whilst I'eytona is all bone?the former soon regains all her strength, but the latter irretrievably loses some in every race. Fashion is still at Camden, and it is said that neither of them are in a condition to meet again be fore next fall, when, I learn, there is an arrangement on foot for them to make the third and last trial on the Washington course, in presence of the political jockeys of the nation. Uncle Sam is evidently making preparations in and about these regions, lor a brush with John Bull. Fort I Mcllenry, in pursuance of orders received from govern ment, is commencing to bristle with cannon, whilst the recruitiug sergeant is daily inarching those that he has already "caught" through the city, in an endeavor to catch more. A new spirit is also beginning to be percep tible in our volunteer companies, where it was certainly much wanting. Nativeism, l mean political nativeism, has been born in this city, only to be followed by a speedy dissolution and death, it was brought into existence through the united labors of those two redoubtable citizens, Somerset Baraes, Esq , and Andrew Jackson Jefferson Dandle ? Which of them acted the paternal or maternal part, 1 cannot say; but ceitain it is, that death must follow spee dily to every cause that they touch, let its principles be ever so good. The secretary, A J. J. B. Esq , has called a meeting ol' the party to-uight, to transact "business of importance," but they wont coine. 'l'he Repealers in this city are at loggerheads. The majority of the association, at the last meeting, agieed to dissolve, whilst the minority, under the lead of an ad mirer of Chinese poetry, and a would-be Baltimore agi tator, entered their protest against its dissolution. 1 meeting of the dissenters is to be held at " Conciliation Hall" to-inorrow evening, when a rich scenc may be an ticipated. Dr. OUa|>od will be there in *11 his glory. The last " indiscretion," as they are now called in fashionable parlance, is still the town talk, though no blood has yet been spilt in reference to the matter. Her prexent situation should operate as a caution to so many of our young ladies who persist in keeping company with professed libertines and wholesale seducer*. When warned of the danger they aie in. they invariably con tradict all rumors with the reply that " he is so handsome," has such sweet manners, and talks so innocent and affec tionate. No, 1 won't believe it?the stories are all the result of envy and jealousy." And thus they go on riding on hortebnek with them?seated beside them in their finely equipped curricles?causing the hearts of friend* ana relatives to bleed with anxious feelings for their safety, until they tako one ride too many, and then they are all sorrow, humiliation, and tears They then become " fallen angels," and the great public, knowing that they have heedlessly invited their fates, aire them ridicule in return for their tears. J'hey wish, by thus treating them, to render their situations a more signal warning to others, who still follow with such nertinacit) on the track which has led to such irremediable disgrace those who have gone on before tliem. 1 could nume to you a dozen ladies, in this city, of respectable families, who still persist in the same career, and who cannot much longer resist their fate. Let them take heed lest they fall likewise. Theatre theatricals, in this city, coiitinue to progress at a perfect bankrupt rate, whilst Museum theatrical* flourish extensively. The latter is cheaper, and gene rally better, whilst our church-going population can overcome their scruples to the Theatre by going to the Museum. The defunct Tyler men from the Custom House, still groan most pileously, and one of them, Charles Sorau, Esq , has gone into quite an extensivo newspaper contro versy to prove that he was removed because " somebody else wanted the office." A writer, under tlio signature of " A Worky," attacks Mr. S., and ho replies, and so they keep up a regular fire, though some persons arr cruel enough to thinlc they both come from one sourcc. whilst the great public don't care a straw about the mat ter. The lact is, Tyler men are universally odious in a political )>oint of view, though they may be clevar fel lows otherwise, and 1 would recommend them all to give up the ghost at once, and like my good natured friend Thomas Lloyd, Esq., of sorrel horse memory, who had the honor to receive the first cut of the guillotino, go to work again at their old business?if they have any. 1 hear of a case in the Eastern Female High School, which should be visited with a severe reprimand at least, from the School Commissioners. V1NDE.Y. Boston. [Correspondence of the Herald.] Bostow, June 4, ItUo. O-rtat Trial in tht Uniltd Statu District Court?ltnbcrt Uantoul Jr., Etq.??inrf Gtneral Mattert. A very important trial is progressing in the U. S. Diitrict Court now in session in this city .Judge Spraguu presiding. The charge i* brought against Captain Peter Klowery for fitting out the "Spitfire" for tko purpose of trafficking in slaves. The Court has been engaged upon it sinco Monday last, and the case oxcites a very great degreo of interest. The counsel for the defence are Messrs. Rogers and Saunders?the senior especially be ing a most ablo and accomplished lawyer, and ? difficult person to trouble. The defenco in the hands of these gentlemon will bo ably conductcd, and all that can be doue for the accused, will be effected by Messrs. R. k S. The government are fortunate in commanding the servic es of Hon. Robert llantoul, Jr.,(l'.S.Distnct Attorney) in this important and intricate case. Many of the witnesses ore Spaniards, and the vessel's papers and other docu ments incident to the ease are found to he in Spanish manuscript. Mr. Uantoul is entirely at home in the mat ter, and his superior and intimate knowledge of the lan guage enables him to take hold ol'tho subject most readi ly. During the three days already occupied in this case, a'most admirable tact has been evinced by Mr. llantoul in tho? general management of the causa?and he has exhibited a thorough nnd ready know ledge of maritime law. An immense amount ot labor has evidently been expended In collecting the facts and documents relating to the subject, as well as the evidence of the numerous witnesses, and the go vernment attorney is entitled to the highest commenda tion for the skill ho displays in the management of one ol the most weighty and intricate cases which has ever been presented belore this court. Up to the present time the government evidence is progressing, and the case will occupy the attention of the court lor a week probably.? As far as it has transpired, the facts elicited make out a good case lor the plaintiff, and it is pretty clear that Un cle Sam will sustain the charge. There is but little matter in the way of news transpir ing among us just now. Since the avalanche of remo mals in the Custom House, which took effect on Monday last, we havo had nothing to atir the citizens; and, save the usual murmurs ul the "outs," there is very little music passing. The removed are disappointed, and being mostly democrats, think it harsh in tiov. Mor ton to have displaced them, when they have worked so diligently lor him and for the party. The new ap pointees, however, consider it a very excellent arrange ment, and advise the unsuccessful, or ousted, to keep cool, and go to work at some honest employment. "It is a long lane that has 110 turn in it,*1 say the first, and whetner or not any thunder is to be bottied up for l'utuie use, doth not appear as yet. A new democratic paper is to be started at once in Lowell, and another at Spiing field, it is said, and it will not be very strange if some body should "hear from Annanias'' anon Strange times tne>e, when the leaders of a party coming into pawer, commence by cutting off the heads and shoulders 01 their frieuds, without u "by your leave, sirs'? eh' Hut we shall see. AilDDLt.SKX. I*. S.?a o'clock.?In the case of the Spitfire, the go vernment evidence is all io, and Mr. Chandler, of coui^el lor the defence, has concluded his opening, and ottered some documentary evidence. Some tour or five witnes ses are to be exauiiued, when the cause will be argued. The Paul JoNts.?The wreck of this ill-fated steamer, witli the dead bodies in her, is still lying sunk where the accident occuned, oil' North Point Captain .vioflitt, who was luidly iujuied by being scalded, we aie pleased to learn, is recovering and consuleied out of dan ger. Three members of Haiuiony Lodge ol Odd Fol lows, .\>essrs. John Anderson, V\ in. Persons, (a brother ol the unloitunate engineer,) and Patrick Oallagher, pro ceeded yesterday to tne spot wheie the steamer sunk, in an open boat, and alter gieat exertion, succeeded in rais ing the body pi Mr. John Parsons, the engineer, and the black fiieman, Hiiam. The body of Mr. P. was brought to the city last evening. It presented a most strange ap pearance, nearly the entire skin being stripped froin the body. No means have yet been had of ascertaining the true cause ol the explosion, t hose, perhaps, who might havo thrown some light on ths subject, have unfortu nately fallen victims to the catastrophe. The impression is, however, that it wus purely the result of accident. The boy belonging to the canal boat, who was killed, is said to have been irom Bloomsbury, Pa., and was named Milirk.?Baltimorr Clipptr, May 5. New SteamnoATs on the Hcnsox River.?l>u rinj; the course ol thus season, we xhnll huve not only the finest steamers.but the finest fleet ol steamers on our noble river, in the United States. To the day line is soon to be added the Niagura, the Kip Van Winkle, and tho South America, forming with the Troy, two day lines on the Hudson. The Oregon, a boat truly worthy of her great name, will come out about the first of July. and will probably run in connection w ith the Knickerbocker, justly tho pride of the river. Tho Albany is to inn in connection with the Kmpirc. About the 1st of \ugnst, outcomes the St. Nicholas, a spacious and truly magni ficent boat, giving the traveller no mean idea of the pa tron Saint ol thelludion. And finally, comes the lien diik Hudson, a host larger than any yet afloat on the Hudson, and to lie finished in a manner so striking, nnd with a speed to remarkable. (so it is predicted,) that no traveller will be apt to forget the first discoverer of < ur uoble river.??4M?ny .Irgut. VtrleUtD. The Fouriarites have pun-hated u selllemeat in Ilutler county, Ohio, called Manchester, on account ol" iU numerous lactones, for which they havo paid $ IS, 000, the owner taking -.Jfl.OOO in stork ol the association Bishop Deluncy continncH to improve up to this time, and his friends do not doubt that be il entirely out ol danger. Several inhabitants of Batavia rode to lle thauy on Monday, where the Bishop has continued since the accidcut, and escorted him to Batavia, where he ar rived much tefreshed by the ride and change of scene. Thirty |?erttons who charged the Rev. Mr. C'ovel in Philadelphia, before the Ecclesiastical Convention, of a heinous ottence,' are to be tried for perjury before the District Court, oil the complaint of the Hev. gentleman. Esh-ton-greet, (Clear Sky,) principal Chief of the Chippewa triho of Indians, and his nephew, Neih-we ' gesic, arrived in St. Louis on the 17th ult. They are on I their way to Washington, on especial business for the tribe. The Green Bay folks have been invaded by the Oneida Indians. Home thirty or forty drunken Oneidua Saroded through the town the other day in broad day ght, using fists and clubs in great profusion. The Re publican calls upon the grand jury to indict them as a nuisance. That's a novel way of carrying on an Indian War. Old Anthony Wayne never dreamed of it.?Dtl. Advertiier. Thomas Dowlinc was tried in the Circuit Court of Mississippi, last week, and found guilty of manslaughter in the first degree, for cruelly ill-treating and causing th4 death of a slave, the property of Mr. R. Ballard, for whom ho was an overseor. A duel is said to have been fought at Mount Au burn, near Boston, on Tuesday, between two Southern gentlemen?ono a Virginian : the latter being wounded in the arm, and the other in the hip, but neither danger ously. Rev. Mr. Torrev has been quite unwell of late, but is again at his work. He bears his imprisoament at Bal timore, with patience, aud complies cheerfully with tha lisciplina of the institution. An effort is to be made to obtainh is lelcase, and a letter has been addressed by him to a distinguished gentleman of .\.as?arhusetta on the subject. He ha* but little hope of bin lelease. The trial of Abner Parke, for being concerned with Joseph Carter and Peter Parke (now under sentence to he executed) in the murder of the Castner lannly, c.ajne on on 'luesday, before the Oyer and 'terminer of U-arien county, N. J.?Chief Justice Hornblower piesi ding. A verdict of wilful murder has been returned against Geo. Woolford. the owner ol the "learned pig," for causing tho death of his wife by drowning her at aalisbury, England. Hon. David Perhamdiedat hia residence on Sat urday, at 11 o'clock A. M., aged 65 year*. Hon. John Davis and family arrived in Baltimore on Monday evening. 1 hey left for the Falls on Tuesday morning, from whence they returned in the afternoon, and took the evening boat lor the west. Died, a few days ago, at hia plantation in Alaba ma, Colonel John B Hogan. His remains were taken to Mobile, and iuteried ou tho 19th inst. Colonel Hogan seivee with great gallantry on the northern frontier du ring the last war, and also in the Creek wara. He had heen several times elected to the Legislature of Alaba ma, and lor several years was collector of the port of Mobile.?N. Orleans Courier, 'iid. ult. Mokk^f t he Fiiuc in Quebec ?We have received the Quebec papers, from which we select the fol lowing. One assertion we may ralely make, that tha amount of property lost is not so far magnified, and tha sacrifice ol human lile is underrated. 'J he total loss haa been computed with the utmost nicety possible, and found to be between one million and one million and a half of pounds ! or, in dollars, from $4.000,000 to ? 6,000,? 000. 7 he loss oflife cannot he estimated. We hear of many private interments of the remains found by sup posed relatives, and it i* asserted that about forty vic tims of the conflagration have so far been inhumed, and that many, very many, will never be discovered. Thia statement we lully credit, from ourown observations, a* the first sulferers tied toward town, and, lrom the irregu lar and distant outbreaks of the fire from its origin, they could not have retraced their way, and must havo perish ed, encompassed by the flames which, from moment to moment, narrowed the limits of apparent safety around them. We have abundant evidence, from eyo witnesses, of women, children, and aged persons having perished, who, but the moment prior to their death, fancied them selves safe: 10 quickly and so insiduously did the fir* pursue its devastating progress. The scene of desolation and despair it is beyond human power to describe.? Baffled by the sudden aud tmlooked for directions the fire took, the unfortunate relugees at last yielded them selves up to apathetic despair. From street to street they wended their melancholy way, laden witn their chil dren and the most precious ol their household goods, but still the insutiate cause of their misfortune traced their path with unrelenting fury. In the greater number of instances the inmates of dwellings barely escaped with their lives, and many of these were severely burnt, so sudden was tho on-coming ol'the flames. Toward the afternoon, a panic seemed to have seized tho inhabitants of the burnt and burning districts, and from extreme ac ti\ ity a perfect apathy succeeded?they knew not wither to fly, nor what to do. The blocked streets were in a blaze as they sped through them ; furniture took fire in carts, or caleches, as it was hurried oil, and the heat and dense volumes of smoke which ever and anon swept athwart the suburbs, enervated the active and paralysed tho exertions of those even disinterested. None were safe. Women, children, nay, even men, sat weepjng by the road side, bereft of their little property, and Deggar ed by the destruction of the fruits of their economy and the i vestment of their savings. Many knelt in prayer to the Great Disposer of events, seeking his protection and succor, and as the clorgy of the parish passed, rows of humbled and desolate beings fell at their feet, craving their blessing. I Sl'prcmi: CorRT?Jr>n Srr.ciAL Tkmji?Wedkesdxv, I Jrxr 4.?Oreen etal. ad*. Youngs. Motion to sot aside | inquest*, granted on tortus. The reople ex rel. Chap ; man vs tddridge and Nye, surrogates, Sic. .Motion ex parte, for alternative mandamus, granted. Haight ad*. ! I'ost, -1 causes. Motion to consolidate granted with I costs. Ostrom imp'd, lie. ads Stedman et al. Motion 1 that plaintiff's file security for costs, granted by default l Bars tow vs Thome et al. Motion ordered to stand over to next special term. Kerdon vs Allen et al. Mo tion to set aside sati?luction of judgment, denied, witfr costs. Knowlsoti etal vs Sweet et nl.?motion for au attachment against defts for violation ol' an order to stay waste granted. Cameron et al ads Schoonmaker ?motion for judgment as in case of non suit, granted by default. In the matter of the application of J. Van Buren to take a bond oil' the tiles ol this court, granted, ex parte. Baldwin vs. Tillson?motion for judgment a* > in case of non suit, denied with costs. In the matter of Duryea?order for payment of money or that an attach ment issue, grained. Hull vs Halite J-order that both parties recover costs in an action of replevin. Skinner et al vs Livingston?motion to refer, granted, by default. Seymour vs Judd?motion to set aside order of Circuit Judge, granted, by default. Stocking ads Tweedy? motion to change venue, granted by delault. Can ada Comstock?motion to set aside execution. &c., denied, with costs. Ives et al vs Vaoiiewater et al?mo tion to refer, denied with costa. Henry ads Henry ?motion to set aside sci fa,granted with cost. The New York Fire Insurance Company ads. Stinnard? motion for judgment as in case of non-suit, denied, with costs. Van Alstyne vs. L'Amoureux?motion to set aside precept, granted, unless defendant amend and pay costs ol motion. Allen et al. ads. Uyckman et al?motion ordered to staud over to next special term. Bixby et ai. ads. Uyckman et al., do. do do. Strong ads. Hams at al. ?motion to set aside inquest, granted, on terms. Wil I lianis ads. Miller?motion to vacate and annul the judg ment iu this cause, granted, witti costs, by detault. Dies ler vs. Smith, jr.?ordered that plaintiff have leave to withdraw his motion on payment of costs of opposiug. ! Dresser \s. Brooks ?motion lor leave to amend pleadings, I granted on terms. Klock ads. Lowiy?motion lor com missions. granted, with stay Burling ads. .*>?aconi?mo tion to tei aside verdict, lie , domed with costs. Morton etal ads. Watson?motion to set aside verdict, lie, de nied with costs. Seaver vs. Ireland impleaded, tic.?or der to discharge the order of the Kecoiderof llocl.etter, requiring plaintiff tu appear and show cause, why secu rity lor costs should not tie tiled witli costs Rupalja im pleaded ads. lteed?motion lor judgment as in cksa ol non 1 suit, granted, by delault Busch ads. Slmson- motion to ; set aside inquest, lie., granted, witn costs. I'opiiam ada. , Baker? motion to tel aside inquest, lie., denied, with i costs, iialbart ads. Jannins etui ?motion for judgment as in case of non-suit, granted, by ueiauit. Uakiey ada. Jeuniugs et al, do. do do. llalbeit ads. Jerimns et al , do. do. do. Merritt ads. Bobinson- motion to change venue, domed, with costs. Wiles ads. Dunkee-mouon lor re laxation ol costs, granted, on terms. Haynstord ads. Vin cent, by his next friend. Motion that plaintiff' file secun i ty for costs, lie , granted.--^rirgut. Ho! for Oregos?The following information concerning the Oregon emigrants has been fuinifhed us by a friend:?The Kirat Company consisted of tWmaloa over 16 years of age, i>7 females over 14 years, 7a males I under Id years, and 00 females under N yr?rs Thar* ! wore 84 wagona, 443 oxen, 64:? loose cattle, 17*1 horses, lHft guns. This company passod the Oreat Nemaha Sub Agency on the 4th of >>lay, l?Mfl. The Captain ia I Mr. Kverett. The Second Company consisted ol Da males over 16 years, fiO females over 14 years, 71 males under I 16, and i>7 lemales under 14. There were 435 work oxen, 614 loose cattle, 78 mules and horses, AH wagons and 172 funs and pistols. This company is commanded by 0. uther, and passed the same station on the 6th of May i last. The Third < ompany was Commanded by C aptain 1 Parker, and consists ol ?>? modes over 16 y ears ol age, and lot) women and children. There were 43 wa gons, J00 work cattle, 31(1 loose cattle. 61 liorsaa and mules and (Ml liro arms. This company passed the same place on the 10th ol May. The number ol persons is 736, of wotk cattle 1,14*, of loose cattle 1,998, of wagons ito, of horses and mulas '111, and of tire arms 334. These emigrants are of high character,and well provided for the expedition. These companies comjiosed the advanc# guard of the main expedition which lolt Independence.? SI. La) nit He p. May irt. Nkw I?i?\nu Dtscovkkkp.?We Jeani Horn a Pa ris paper, that Capt. Sintner, of the lirtg l-atth, ui? covered, in the Pacific ocean, alter having passed Ota helto, a small island not laid down on any "iap, to which ho gave the name of his vessel, "haith Island (. aptam Siinuer was not ahlo to land upon It, because it is aur rounde.l with rock? and large coral cliffs. Ho however made the circuit <d it. and .nidged it to he about six Eng lish miles in circumference It had the appearance u< | being upon its sltores \eiy fertile