Newspaper of The New York Herald, May 6, 1846, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated May 6, 1846 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK HERALD. Vol. XII, Ho. 195-Wlulf Wo. 4338 .J NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 6, 1846. THE NEW YORK HERALD. JAMES GORDON BENNETT, PROPRIETOR. Olrcnlation?Forty Thousand. DAILY HERALD?Every day, Price 2 ceatt per copy?$T "WalirBBKfltfiSS <_ P?r copy?(3 1JW cntamr anuum?payable in adduce. ADVERTISEMENTS at the usual prices?always cash U* advance. .... PRINTING of all kinds executed with beauty and des littcb. t (E^All lftunor communications, by mail, addressed to the establishment, mast be poet paid, or the poeUfe will be fa*. thj^sip^g^ymni^ Proprietor of the the New YoBK Hclil* ESTABLISHMENT, North-West corner 1 Fulton and Naaaau streets. rjSS5j5S^S$^farsara FOR SALE OR TO LET, The Mtfiera built three story brick house, !? Adam* FfJB street, Brooklyu. (foot sold by private sale, It will be Xia&diapoacd of at public auction, on the 15th day of May next. Half of the purchase money can remaiuoii mortgage, for a term of yean. Application to be made on the premises, iJi Adams st.. Brooklyn. at lm*rc TO LET, j A HOUSE AND BARN, with about sixteen lota of IjlW (round, aituated in the village of Hastings, Westchester JaiHLcouuty, State of New York, within a few minutes' wabc of the steamboat landing. Said place ia divided into car ds in, which are well stocked with fruit. Also, a pleasant l???i with a stream of water, and several good springs. Pos session can be given immediately. For further particulars ap 8?y at the store of Mr. Schlosser, Hasting'* Landing, or of al im*rc MR. ECKERt, 72 Murray St., New York. TO LET OK. FOR SALE, ML A MODERN BUILT COTTAGE, Stable and |iijl Coach House attached, with .about an acre of land, the formation, apply to jofifT BATHOATE^ IM Ninth'street, ? Dr. WOODS, Harlem. mrl2 lm?rc ladies~fanCy fashionable Straw ^DjHATS?Paris Straw Gimp Hats, of the latest shape, for ^J^sale at CARL KING'S, No. 17 Division street, at $2 30 each. N. B.?A general assortment of Straw Hat* and Pari* Rib boa*. at the moat reaaooablr price*. *34 lm?re CARL KING, 17 Diviiion street. ~~ SPRING FASHION. ft BROWN It CO., 171 Chatham Square, comer of Mott J^itreet, wish to inform the public of their recent improve ment in the manufacture and finuh of their $3 HaU, combin ing fashion, beauty and durability, three important conaidera tion* to the wearer. The proprietor* do confidently aatert their hat* to be much (uperior to auy ever before *old for the ?erne price. Call andaatiafy yourself of thi* fact. m20 lm*rh spring style:: GENTLEMEN'S HATS. ft WHY will you pay $4 50 and %i for a Hat, when you can go to ROBERTSON'S FHCENIX HAT AND CAP MANUFACTORY, 103 Kulton Street, And get as good one for $3 30 T Go, and examine for your salve*. mr!2 lin'rc GENTLEMEN'S HATS?SPRING STYLE. Bird, corner pine and Nassau streets. Geutlemen'* Hat*, of the Spring pattern, uniting much elejpuice aad beanty of style, are now ready for examination amfaale, by the subscriber, BIRD, auU lm*rc Comer of Pine and Nassau itreeu. __ GENTLEMEN'S SPRING PaSMION. ft BEAVER AND SILK HATS of the beet quality and moat approved shapes, are now ready for inspection and ?ale at the old eatablixhed price*. Be*t Beaver $4 JO Beat Silk 4 00 ROWE, Merchant*' Exchange, *J7 lm*nre 40 William atreet. METROPOLITAN HAT AND CAP STUltfc, _ NO. *71 1-2 GRAND STREET, fl PLUNKETT It CO., have just opened thi* new estab J^Miahment with a splendid assortment of HATS aad CAPS, not to be *urpaa*ed either in quality, elegance of shape or du rability, which they offer to the public at the following very low price* v? Hat*. Firit quality Nutria Fur, at $3 30 frconu do do do do 3 00 ir*t quality Moletkin, do 3 00 8econd do do do IN Cara from 37cent* to $1 73 each. Wholeaale and retail, order* .punctually attended to, and customer*'hats ironed and kept in shape gratis. aT lm'rrc J. PLUNKETT fcR. PARDES8U3. EXCELSIOR. ROBERTSON'S FHCENIX fl HAT AND CAP MANUFACTORY FULTON ST., BETWEEN NASSAU aad WILLIAM. HE proprietor of thiaeatablishment has recently added to ! his extensive stock of spring good*, an aaaortment of Molaakia Hat*, of exquisite fini*h and auperior elegance. The " 30, being $1 30 ?ft HP hi* extensive stock of spring good*, an aaaortment^ of| Mnleakin Hat*, of exquisite finish and auperior^^H^^MH CHce of these really aunerb article* i* only than the same good* (manufactured in tha ume maimer I aMtwf rimila* material) am aold In Broadway. The aecret of 1 this great disparity in price may be easily conjectured. The advertiser's expense* being but a tithe of thoae of the more spleudid eatabliahmenta in Broadway, he i* in consequence enabled to offer goods of a corresponding description at lower] ratea. a 23 lm*rc M WATTRIPONT * CO., I HATTERS, ? No. 82 Nassau Strket, Nkw York. ? r* WATTRIPONT U CO., be/.to inform their f*H friend* and the public in general, that they have twaped the above-named store, for the retail aale of Hats, of their own manufacture. The long experience M. B. W. haa acquired ae a foreman, in the principal manulfcetories in Pari* eM New York, give* them the hope that they will juitify the confidence oft noae who will favor them with their order*. WATTRIPONT, ? H. JAMES, ? New York, May 2, H46. re2 <teod*rc B LOOK AT THIS! I B LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, if yon want, fine article ol Boota and Shoe*, call at 367 Broad y, where you will find the largeat aaaortment, cheapen, and *t fashionable in the city. Do not mistake the number, 367 Broadway, corner of Franklin street. N. B-?a large aaaortment of imported French Boot*. at tha low price of 3 dollars. M. CAHILL. a 14 lm*r PREMIUM ROOTS. NCH BOOTS for $3 30, city made, and thoae *old in other itore* Tor $3. Fine Freecli Calf Boou for f4 30. equal to tha beat made ia thi* city for $6 or $7, at YOUNG It JONES' French , aad Shoe Manufactory, one of the most fashionable in y. Our Boot* having been judged in the lata Fair at |, are *atd to be the beat ever *old iu thi* city. U warranted to give aatiafactiou. r, kc., done in the Store. YOUNG ? JONES, 4 Ann atreet. wg l*i"m Near Broadway, New York. BOOTS AND SHOES.?The public are invited to call and examine the large assortment of Gentlemen'*. Ladies' and Miaie*' Boota, .Shoes and Oaiter*, in all caah i store their varietiea, which are to "be found at the cheap of H. BIGG AM; m24 lm*r > Canal at., comer Sullivan that the recent break. X in the Canal, cauaed by the late freahet. having been re paired, the PIONEER It EXPRESS LINfc, via Railroad and Canal from Philadelphia to Pittaborgh. commenced it* regular trip* for the season on Monday, the 6th of April, leaving the Depot, No. 274 Market street, DAILY, at 1% o'clock, A.M. By thi* rout* pauenger* will avoid all the fatigue and dan ger of night travelling in coeche*, both Railroad* being paa? ed iu daylight. For further information, apply at the oId-e*tabli*hed Office, >74 Market atreet, 3 doer* above Eighth atreet. alO 6n?*rrc A. B. CUMMINGS, Agent. LONG ISLAND RAILROAD COMPANY. EXPRESS MAIL Train* leave Whitehall, South Ferry, at 7 A. M., for Boston?for *11 part* of the Ialand at 7 and 9 >4 A. M., and 4 P. M daily, xcecept Sunday*. *21 lmrc BOSTON STEAMEAS, FOR HALIFAX AND LIVERPbOL. ? THE Briti*hi and North American Royal kMail Steam ttip* CAMBRIA, BRITAN NIA, aad HIBERNIA. will leave Boat on ?i^^^^^^Mfor the abova port* a* follows, vix Passage to Halifax $20 Paaaage to Liverpool (120 For freighter paiaage, apply to . uiha ftp Berth *ecnred until paid for. mr2 tf rc X***- KUH BELIZE, HONDURAS?Bark JOHN R GARDNER, James Pederaon, matter, has excellent JHHHbtccommodations for pa**eager*, and will have des paten tor the above port. For passage only, apply to the Captain on board, or to FT ALEXANDRE. 23 Sonth street. -New Line?Regular Packet feat aailing packet Comiah, sail aa ?uove. her regular day. I For (Veight or paa*age, having accommodations unequalled for splendor or Comfort, apply on board, at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall atreet, or to ? E. K. COLLINS It CO., 36 Sonth atreet. ? (i/""Price of Paaaage, >100. I . Packet ship Garrick, B. J. H. Trask, maater, will succeed the Sheridan, and* ail Mth June, her regular day. *23m _FQK HAVHE.?The superior Ship TALLA t^^^VHASSEE, Capt. Stoddart, to sail on or before tha JBMfaMth iaet. For freight or paaaage, apply to Capt. " l~3;" ""iwb iffli&liEN. ?y4 rrt No. 9 Tontine Bnildfnga. (iENklftAL tMl0ttAT|5R iH^OPFICi. 7] South atreet, New York, aad 96 Wa JBHHnterloo Road, Liverpool.?Persons sending lor their trie-.u< iu any part of the old conntry, ean make the nacessa ry arrangemem* with the aubacriber*, on reaaonable term*, to "tW^2V L?lNt"of LIVERPOOL PACKETS. 1 he 8hipa cempnaing thia Tine are, it ia well known, un suvuaed by any. and their immense aite (all being 1000 tona, and upwards) renders them more comfortable and conve mant than ahieaof a smaller claaa ; and the greateat reliance may be piacae in their punctuality in aailiag. The aubserib era are u*o ageat* for the 8c George and Union Linee of Liverpool Packet*, in aay of which paaaage can be engaged on reaaonable te^ FOT ^ntp^n^Ur., to WT* 73 feuth *t.. cor. Maiden lane. |fj- . GLASGOW LINE OF rACKETS-To .ailFat Htii ?.iii ?? aboTe. For freifbt Of pmac*. ?xccHmc accomodations, PEOPLE'S LINE OF 8TEAMBOAT8 FOR ALBANY Daily. Sundays exeented?Through Direct?at 7 o'clock, P M. freea the Pier between Courtlandt and liberty iti. Strain boat ROCHESTER, Capt. Hough ? ton, ? ill lr?v? on Monday, Wednesday, and J riday EveuiiiKi at 7 o'clock. Steamboat HENDRICK HUDSON, Capt. Cruttenden, Will l?a?# on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Eveuings, at 7 o'clock. At J o'clock, landing at intermediate places. From the Foot of Barclay ttreet. Steamboat SOUTH AMERICA, (apt. L. W. Brainard, will leave on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday AAtr noous, at 1 o'clock. i Steamboat NORTH AMERICA, Capt. R. H. Furry, will ; les?e on Tuesday, Thursday, ana Saturdiay Afternoons, at i o'clock. The abore Boats will at all times arrive in Albany in ample i time for the morning cars for the East or West. Freight taken at moderate rates, All iiersons are forbid trusting an/ of the Boats of this line without a written order from the Cuitaina or Agents. | For passage or freight apply on board the Boats, or to P. C. 8CHULTZ, at the office on the wharf. myrrc THE MOST DELIGHTFUL OF ALL ! EXCURSIONS. A SAIL across the Hudson river to Hobo ken, aud then a walk to the Elysian Fields, j along the exceedingly picturesque shores of v.e place, will prove the most easily accomplished and attrac- | tive of all mrual excursions that can be made from the city. ! The grounds now present a charming aspect, the trees be ing in leaf, |?d the soil covered with a rich turf. The walks are in excellent order, having been considerably embellished the present ?pring. The Ferry Boats from Barclay, Canal and Christopher si are completely fitted up with awnings and seau. Night Boats run from Hoboken to Barclay street until 11 o'clock. Ferriage' 6V? cents. ml 3m*r N1<,W iUKK, ALliAiN Y AiND TKOV L,l.\fc. FOR ALBANY AND TROY DIRECT, from the foot of Courtlandt street. Passengers taking this Boat will arrive in time to take the Morning Train of Cars from Troy west to Buffalo, and north to Saratoga, Whitehall and Lake Cham P The steamer EMPIRE, Captain R. B. Maev, leaves the foot of Courtlandt street, on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday evening*, at seven o'clock, P. M. Tlie Steamboat COLUMBIA, Capt. Wm. H. Peck, will leave the Pier foot of Courtlandt street, on Mouday, Wednes day and Friday evenings, at 7 o'clock. For Passage or Freight, apply ou board, or at the Office on the wharf. Freight must be put in charge of the Freight Agent, or the Company will not ne responsible for loss. a20 tf The Proprietors of Steamboats wishing Bells hung, would ilo well to pay a visit ou ?pHMSMB>botrd the Steamboats Niagara, Iron Witch, Governor, iron boat John Stevens, Woostei\ Traveller, kc., and examine H. Homer's improved style of Bell Hanging? Eut up neat and strong, and warranted for one year, by H. H? ;o. I Ann street. mr2< lm<~ FOR BTATTEN ISLAND. Uu and alter Monday, ihe 20th day of April, the Steam boats SYLPH and STAT EN ISLANDER will leave New York and Stateu island as follows, until further notice :? Leave Staten bland atfi, 8, 9, 10, 11 o'clock, A.M.; 1, 2, 3, 4, 6 o'clock, P.M. Leave New York, front Whitehall street, at 7, 9, 10, 11 o'clock, A.M.; 1,2,3, 4,5,7 o'clock, A.M. On Sundays, the first boat from the island will leave at I A. M., and the first boat from New York at 9 A.M. _ ? B.?All freight at the risk of the owners thereof. *21rc REMITTANCES TO IRELAND, &c. <m m ^^^SEgE Mc^M^cTjr., has r^^^^n?is offic^^^ffi? 46 Broadway, and coutinues to remit mouejr, iu sums large or smalll, to persons residing in any part of Ireland, iu the same manner as tie and his predecessor in business have done for the last thirty years and more; also, to any part of England or Scotland. Money remitted by letter, post-paid, to the subscriber, or personally deposited with him, with tlic name ol the person or person* iu Ireland, England, or Scotland, to whom it is to be sent, and nearest post town, will be immediately transmit ted and paid accordingly, and a receipt to that effect given or forwarded to the sender. n2S lm"r PASSAGE FROM GREAT BRITAIAN AND IRELAND. m. m. M. M. By t^n^S? Ball.^^^^Line ofl^^^ool Packets, sailing from Liverpool on the lit and 16th of every mouth. The YORKSHIRE anils from Liverpool, 1st of March. " OXFORD " " ICth of March. " CAMBRIDGE " " 1st of April. " MONTEZUMA " " 16th of April. Persons sending for their friends, and forwarding the passage certificate by the stenmship Hibemia, sailing from Bostou on the 1st of February, will have plenty of time to come in the Yarkshire, or in any one ol the eight packets of the Black Ball Line sailing from Liverpool on the 1st and 16tli of every mouth. Apply to, or address, if by letter post paid, ROCHE, BROTHERS kCO.. 35 Fulton st., Next door to the Fulton Bank. MARSEILLES LIME OF PACKETS. jfiB* j*Ble JEmA^ Th^uulermentioi^hip^vill b^egularly despatche^rom hence on the 1st, and from Marseilles the 10th of each month duringthe year, as follows ;? Ships. Captains. From N. York. PR"CE de JOINVILLE, (new) Lawrence, April I Sept. 1. MIS8URI, Silvester, May 1 Oct. 1. ARCOLE (new) Eveleigh, June 1 Nov. 1. GASTON, Coulter, July 1 Dec. 1. NEBRASKA (new) Watson, Aug. 1 Jan. 1. Ships. Captains. From Marseilles. PR*CE de JOINVILLE* (new) Lawrence, June 10 Nov. 10 MISSOURI. Silvester, July 10 Dec. 10 ARCOLE, (new) Eveleigh, Aug. 10 Jan. 10 GASTON, Coulter, Sept. 16 Feb. 10 NEBRASKA, , Watson. Oct. 10 Mar. 10 , These vessels are of the first class, commended by men of | experience. Their accommodations, for passengers are unsur passed for comfort and convenience. Goods addressed to the agents will be forwarded free of other charges than those actu ally paid. For freight or passage apply to CHAMBERLAIN It PHELPS, Proprietors No. 103 Front street, or to BOYD fc H1NCKEN, Agenu, mltrc >Tontine Buildings, II Wall.cor. Water st. "GLASGOW AND NEW YORK LINE OF PACKETS. Pitt jk jk ftr jgHTr LRSONs wishing tu send for theiHriend* in any part of I Scotland, to sail direct from Glasgow, can make arrange ments with the Subscribers, to have them brought out in any of the regular line of Packets, sailing monthly from Glasgow. The ANN HARtEY, Captain Scott, ADAM CARR, Captain MeEwen, SARACEN, Captain Hawkins, BROOKSfeY, Comprise the above line, and the high character of those ves sels should be sufficient inducement for persons who may be sending for their friends in Scotland, to make arrangements for this (the only line.) Further particular* given, on application to W. k J. T. TAP8COTT, 7i South street, comer of Maiden Lane, or Me**r*. REID It MURRAY, Agent* al# r in Glasgow. NEW YORK AND GLASGOW LINE OF PACKETS. Ml M, ML ^Sailing from on the lst^mTClaagow olMhMMli line from New of Mch month. From N. York. ? June 1. Ship SARACEN, N. T. Hawkins, \ Oct. 1. ? Feb. t. Br. Ship BROOKSBY, H. M'Ewen, \ Nor. ( March 1. , August 1. Dec'r I. . April I. .May 1. [Sept. I, ' Jan'y I Br Bark ADAM CARR, Fin. Ol'gow. July Ij. Nov'r IS. March 15. April 15. Auk. 15. Dec'r 15. May 15. Sept. 15. Jan. 15. June 15. Oct. 15. Februa. 15. Br. Bark ANN HARLEY, R. Scott, Thete ahip* are food, anbataatial vessels, ably commanded, and will aaif punctually on their regular daya. Their accom modations for passenger.are good, and every'attention will lie paid to promote their comfort. The agent* or Captains will not be responsible for any parcels or packagea sent them, un less bills of lading are signed therefor. For freight or passage, apply to toOODHULL fc. MINTURN, IT South street. New York, or a4 re RKIO fc Ml.'RHAV. Glasgow. NEW LINE OF LIVKKPOOL PACKETS. jttL ^T^aiT from Nr^Yorli list, sndTronHITverpoel 6tl^^a?h mnn f K month. New ship Liverpool, 1150 tons, J. Eldridge. New ship Qneen of the West, 123# tons, P. Woodhonse, New Ship Rochester. WO tons, John Briton. Ship Hiottinguer, lOSO^tons In Bursty. From New Fork. {Dec. 21 ? April 21 r August 21 i January 21 < May 21 ' Sentem'r 21 i February 21 \June 21 f October 21 \ .March 21 < July 21 t r ? No*. si Jan. o , These substantia), fast sailing, first class ships, all built m j eL?X ?' n,w. York, are commanded by men of eiperience ana ability, and will be despatched punctually on the 21st of each month. TJeir cabina are elegant and commodious, and are furnished with whatever eaa conduce to the ease and comfort of paasen Neither the cspuin* nor owners of these ships will be re sponsible for anv parcels or packages sent by them, unless regular bills of lad tag are sitned tfferefor. For freight or passage apply to woodhull It MINTURN, m re Liverpool. 21 Liverpool Feb. Jnne Oct. March July Not. April Augnst dm. May Sept. Jan. splendid i lane, or to Persons wishin brought out to th London on the lat, >?>. , terma, by applying as above. 7GK lecond cabin, and steerage passage. having wiifc-olwajw ^ ?' ?""?*? r?s?y?s.ra5 SfcrSS: my5 rrc Having very su|>erior accommodations lot cabin, second cabin, and steerage passengers, persons intending to ambark should make immediate application on hoard, foot of Maiden lane, or to j6sEPH McMURRAY, Comer of Pine and South sts. T. S.?Persons desirous of sending for their fneada in the old country, can have them brought out in the above splendid ship, or any of the line, by applying as above. my5rrc FURNITURE PLUSH. THE SUBSCRIBERS bar* r*c?ir?4 from Ui?lr manufacto ry an sitensive assortment of plain and emboased h urni tura rlusht*. of all colon and qualities, suitable for cabinet, coach, and railroad car maker*. V. CAILLEUX, FILS SULEL1AO It CO., al lm*r 133 Pearl street. CHALLENGE TO THE UNITED STATES. THK Subscribers have no hesitation in tsying to the people or New York, and the neighboring cities, that they cau and do challenge the merchant* of onr country, far and uear, to compete with them in the sale of WINDOW 8HADER They have a manufactory in the State of New Jersey, about It miles from the city of New York, and poesess every facility for manufacturing their shades at the least expense. Of their beauty^ woeth aud cheapuess, they will convince liie most in credulous by their giving them a call. DUNl'KER, k BECK ER, No. 61 Chatham St.,iN. Y., one door from the corner of Chambersst. in3l lm'rc. NOTICE. DR. VAN ZANDT'S celebrated Health Restorative, Anti Dyspensic and Auti-Billious Cathartic Pills, are sold at Wyatt k IQetchum's, 121 Fulton street. Price 26 cents |>er bo*. mr23 lrn* m SHEET BRASS. JAMES O. MOFFETT, No. 121 Prince street, between Wooster and Greeni- streets, manufacturer of Sheet Brass, has on haud. ami is coustmtly receiving from his mill, a large assortment of all sizes of Sheet Brass, which he will sell at wholesale or retail, at lower prices than any other plaoe in the city, and warrants it equal to any made in the United States. J. O. M. will deliver goods sold by him in auy part of this city or Brooklyn, or shipped on board of any vessel, free of charge. P. 8.?Brass and Copper Tubing of all siz?s made to order. a30 lm*r IDLE HOUR BOOK. JUST PUBLISHED?The "Idle Hour Book," containing 300 pages, with 800 engraving*!?price only 37 cents?re plete with fun. Our Comic Almanacs, for 1S47, Ave in number, will be is sued in Anril. They will be the best ever got up, and cheap at that. Specimen numbers sent by mail. The subscribers invite the sttention of the tnuie to their unrivalled and large variety of the varioua kinds of Children's Books, Song Books, Primers, lie., together with colored Lithographic Print*, the best in the market?M0 kinds. maiB'rc TURNER fc USHER, 1* Chatham st. Notice to the public in oeneral.-tim subscriber, after enlarging his premises, is uow prepared to Clean Carpets of every description, from 10 to 100 yards, without ripping. Ingrain 6Vj cents per yard; Brussels I cents per yard; Hearth Rug?, Table Covers and Shawls cleaned, from 26 to 76 cents; Dresses dyed or washed, from 60 ceuu to ft; Coata cleaned or dressed, from 60 cents lo SI: Pants do, from 26 to 60 cents. T. SMITH, 70 Alien street. N.B.?Terms cash. m9 lm*rc THE AMAZON WIGS, OR Gentlemen's real Heads of Hair, being the latest and greatest improvement iu the manufacture of Wigs and Scalps; and the subscriber is happy in being the first to intro duce them here. _ They display the forehead and temples lo any height, a point in wig making never before attained.? They are composed of ventilating or goaaamer work. Tuey fit on the head by a mechanical contrivance entirely new; they are put ou in a moment. They immediately adapt themselves to the countenance and at once become part and parcel of the living man. Copy the address. E. PHALON, <1 Broadway, oppoeite the att lm*rc Globe Hotel, under Judson's Hotel. FRENCH ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS. HENRY ?t KAHN, IMPORTERS. 63 NASSAU STREET, UP STAIRS, have received, by late arrivals from their house in Paris, and offer for sale, a very large and choice selection of the NEWEST STYLES OF ARTICICIAL FLOWERS, in bunches, wreaths, sprigs, garlands, he., fee., together with a most eiteusive assortment of MATERIALS FOR ARTIFICIAL FLOWER MAKERS, embracing a variety unsurpassed in tidiness and extent .by any other importation. Also?Artificial flowers by the case, imported expressly for the jobbing and country trade. m24 lm*r ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS. EVOELKNER begs leave to acquaint his friends and ? customers, that his elegant stock of Artificial Flowers, both French and American manufacture, has not received the least injury by the late (ire at 12S William street, as the goods were removed in time. E. V. will enntiuue to sell wholesale rand retail, at the lowest prices, at 121 William street, and begs dealers to inspect his stock before buying elsewhere, al !m*rc FKElNCM ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS. AND MATERIALS FOR FLORISTS.-Having just re ceived by the Havre packets, Zurich and Francois 1st, a fresh assortment of French Flowers and Materials, ef the best guality and latest styles, at low prices, we uke pleasure to invite the dealers in the same articles, to call and examine, at BRUN, LAROSIERE 8c COURT, ml7 lm*mc 110 William street. BOKDE^AUX WINES. JUST Received, per bark Callao. from Bordeaux, 700 cues red Wines, St. Julieu Ducru, Chateau Larose, Margeaux, Latour, Leoville. Icc. 98 casks and half do red Wines, St. Julien, Medoc, Mar geaux, lie. 31 casks and half do white Wines, Haut Sauterne, Haul Preignac and Graves. The above w ines have been carefully selected for this mar ket, by my house in Bordeaux, and are now landing and offer ed Irom the wharf, ou reasonable terms, by m20 rod I m* re JOHN SCHMIDT. 19* Fulton st. SHOWER BATHS. (SMITH'S Patent Portable Fleeting; Shower Baths, as per ??J the opinion of the one of the neatest,most elegaat, most simple, convenient, and cheap articles ever iuventea for the purposes of household or personal bathing; and no family, no gentleman or lady, should be without one of them in their chamber. It cannot be denied that cleanliness of body pro motes the health, more than comfort, besides tlie important luxury of a cool bath iu hot seasons. Wholesale and retail at MILLET'S MUSIC SALOON, 329 Broadway. MILLET, the Music Publisher, and Dealers, in Musical In struments, still continues to supply his friends and the public generally, and ou a much larger scsle, with every article of Music merchandize, at his well known establishment. Millet's motto is, Good and Cheap. MILLET'S MUSIC SALOON, myl 3teod*rc. _ 329 Broadway. ASTOR HOUSE BATHS. ? Entrance, No. 1 Vesey street, (Private door Astor House.) THE PUBLIC are respectfully informed that the abote Baths are in complete order. The bathing tubs are en tirely new, (copper,) and the largest in this city. In pouit of cleanliness and attention, the batiis cannot be excelled. The Baths we open uutil 11 o'clock atuight, (Saturday uight, 12.) Price ol a bath, 16 cents. The warm Sea Bath* at DesDrosses street, are as usual open from sunrise, until 11 o'clock, P.M. m24 lm*r HENRY C. RAB1NEAU, Proprietor. IStt 15KOADWAY, _ _ . CORNER OK JOHN STREET. TO THOSE WHO SHAVE THEMSELVES. [from Ike Evening Pott.] SPECIMENS of KINO'S ituapproachable VERBENA O CREAM FOR SHAVING.?This article, universally praised by those who made trial of it, last year took the firit premium of the liiititnte Kair. Indeed, it is fully conceded by those who kuow, that it is impossible to manufacture an article equal to it. It ia softening to the skin, fragrant to the sense, a destroyer of freckle* ana pimples, and is sold cheap er than the old soaps. All, therefore, who would consult economy and comfort in sharing, should possess themselves of it. Krom the New York Gaxette.?The New Soap.?We speak from experience, and we speak from the more professional knowledge of our benefactor and friend. James Grant, No. 4 Ann street, who says it is ahead of anything erer yet found out in this department of modern improvement. It i* not on ly an emollient, "but it is something more." In short, we believe it is the beat shaving soaii in the world. Krom the Evening Mirror.?Ring's Verbena Cream, we know by eiperience to bf the heat kind of shaving soap, and those persons who have troublesome beards, should uot be without it. It has a penetrating way of its own, and softens

the hardest and roughest beard, so as to render the operation of shaving perfectly easy. Mr. Ring lias lately taken the bu siness of Ur. Milnor, at the comer of Broadway and John street, where his inestimable article may be .obtained;, and, likewise, Ring's Cough Candy, which is said to be a pleasant and certain cure for that troublesome companion. Krom the Sunday Dispatch.?Every man who shaves him self should procure "Ring's Verbena Cream." It is an et quiaite article, softening the beard, and allaying all irritation of the skin, so that it becomes an absolute pleasure, instead of an annoyance, to use the raxor. Beware of imitations, and observe the written signature, under the directions for use, of "C. H. Ring." Prepared, and for sale, wholesale and retail, and for exportation, by C. H. KINO, Druggist, IM Broadway, comer of John street. Successor to Dr. Wm. H. Milnor. N.B.?Merchants are particularly requested to call and ex amine this article, as now prepared, as to quality, quantity, appearance aud price. It cannot be beat?the splendid new label, from a steel plate, engraved by Messrs Rawdon, Wright fc. Hatch, far exceeding any thing of the kind before the public. mi lm*r MODEL OF NEW YORK. THE UNDERSIONED is now receiving orders for news to be represented upon the canopy of his Modal of New V ork, which will be soon completed. These views vary from 10 to JO inches in length, and are represented for a moderate compensation. They include representations of public build* ings, places of business, manufactories, hotels, private resi dences, steamboats, packets, lie. A number of the first artists, both landscapes and decorative painter*, can find employment ,by apply at the office?also a lew agenu. and persons capable of transacting business. Office hours from S to S P. M. aH frrt E. PORTER BELPEN, 3M Broadway. TASSELS, (SUITABLE for trimming hate, cans, blinds, shades, pic O turn, sofaa, umbrellas, parasols, cloaks, aprons, sleeves, bags, fcc. Also, a tanety of bindings and cords, for sale, wholesale, by J. It K. MAVNARD, ml) lm*m *7 Maiden lane, earner of William at. O MARRIED LADIES.?A Secret Worth Knowing Apply for further particulars to Dr. CttT MONTEL, lower post offlce. No (attars taken from the office unless they are post paid. a] im*rc TO MACHINISTS AND MANUFACTURES. LATHES of all descriptions, from 7 to 15 feet long. famish ed at short notice. Also, cutting engines, suitable for all kinds of work. Kor terms aud description, direct to the sub scriber, Hudson, New York. ai lm'rc J AS. T. PERKINS. FUME BATH. TO ALL who are afflicted with rheumatic conuilaiaU. we would say go and try Dr. Swett's Sulphur fume Bath, Ml Broadway. The peculiarities of it are such, that it enrfs effectual I v wis complaint, also all other diseases of a chronic nature, such as Scrofula, Oout, Salt Rheum, diseases of the Skin, Joints, fcc. The charges are so moderated, as to fetch it within the means of all. m? )m*m MA(iIC HAIR DYE. K ED OR ORKY WHISKERS ehpatfd ??? beantiful ? black, instantaneously, bv the application of Phalon's ma gic Hair Dye. Country gentlemen can have a bottle fcrwsrd ed them br express or otherwise, by sending their orders,cash enclosed, to ?. fttaloa, *1, nnder Judsoa s Hotel, Broadway. Price $1 per bottle, with roll directions for use accompanying each bottle. City gentlemen are invited to call at the depot, where they can have a superb pair of black whiskers substituted far red or grey ones, in less than five minutes, W*W NOTICE. 1ST^TICE is hereby riven to all person! hsviag bouxht rtoue I* fromi Uimbw'sQuarry.atKipp'sBsy, formerly oneu pied br Mosars. Mow fc Knowton, that the accwsnts of the Uuarry will bo settled by R. R Laimbecr, at the Office at the Qfwry- WnXlAM LAImSkER. Dated this Ith day Of April. 1?4?. Im'rc ?ooo National Medical Convention. This body assembled, yesterday morning, at the University Medical College, in Broadway. There was a large assemblage of members of the medi cal faculty present, from various parts of the Union?among whom an intelligent looking gen tleman was pointed out to us, who was an Indian from the Seneca nation. - A temporary organization, preparatory to the regular proceedings of the convention, was etfect e<l by the nomination of Dr. Bell, of Philadelphia, as Chairman, and Dr. Buell, of New Yorlc, as Secretary. Dr. Bailcy. of Baltimore, moved that a committee of throe be appointed to receive the credentials of delegates and report the lilt of such as were duly commluioned to this convention. The motion was arreed to, and the fol lowing gentlemen were accordingly appointed by the chair a* such committee, viz: Dr. Baxlev, of Baltimore; Dr. Arnold, of Georgia; Dr. Davis, of the State of New York. Thereupon, tne aforesaid committee withdrew to the committee room, to receive and verify the creden tials of the gentlemen claiming seats in the convention. Alter an absence of some time, Dr. Bailee, Chairman of the Committee, returned to the Convention and report ed from the Committee the result of their labors. Tho Committee stated that they had thought proper to accept, as legitimate delegates to this Convention, all persons ap pointed by local Medical Societies, State Medical Socie ties, Colleges, and other Medicnl Institutions, established in various places. After this statoment, the names of delegates considered as accredited from these and other various Vediral Instituflftns, were read, each gentleman answering to his name as it was pronounced. The following are the names as they were called:? Vermont?Society of the Alumni of Catlltton Medical College.?Drs. Simeon A. Cook, Joseph Perkins, Kgbert Jamieson, Horace Green, Chauncey L. Mitchell Vermont Medical College.?Alonro Clark. New Hammhirk?Center Dittrict AT. H. Medical So ciety.?Vr. Charles T. Gage, Kichard P. J. Tenney. Mai>achi'jetti?Berkshire Medical Institute.?Alonzo Clark. Connecticut?State Medical Society.?Dr. V. M. Dow, Rufus Blakeman, William H. Coggswell, J. G. Beckwith, Richard Warner, Eloazer Hunt, D. T. Brainard. Medical Institute of Yale College.?Dr. Ives, Dr. Knight New Yore?Medical Society of City and County of ! Alew York.?J. R. Manly, Isaac Wood, John W. Francis, Benj. Drake, Gilbort Umith, W. W. Minor, K. N. Johnson, James Stewart, Thomas Chalmers, H. D. Bulkley. W. P. Buel, J. R. Wood, John J. Heard, A. N. Gunn, B. R. Rob son, John Watson, J. T. Ferguson, R. L. Morris, R. T. Underbill, S. P. White, J. R. Van Kleeck, J. C. Cheesman, A. C. Post, G. Buck, G. S. Bartles. Medical Society of State of Sew York.?John Stearns, Stephen Hasbrouck, Merrit II. Cash. S. M. Crawford, Joel A. Wing, Daniel Ayers, Darius Clark, Thomas W. Blatch ford, Sumner Ely, John McCall, N. S. Davis, Augustus Wiliard, L. J. Tefft, Alexander Mclntyre, Maltby Strong, I Charles Wenner. Hloomingdale Asylum.?Pliny Earle. The Trustees of College of Physicians and Surgeons.? Thomas Cock. Kings County Medical Society.?Chancey L. Mitchell, Bradley Parker, J. Sullivan Thome, T. L. Mason. University of the City of New York.?Prof. Pattison and Prof. Bedford. Buffalo Medical Association.?Bryant Burwell. line Co. Medical Society.? Austin Flint Albany Medical College.?Trot. J. McNaughton and A. Marsh. Genesee Co. Medical Society.?John Coates. New York Medical and Surgical Society.?F. C. Htew < art, J. A. Sweet, and Edward L. Beadle. Geneva Medical College.?< ha?. A. Lee. Alumni of Geneva Medical College.?Dr. Wilson, and j H. M. Gray. Medical Faculty of College of Physicians and Sur | geons of New York.?John B. Beck, Wiliard Parker. Madison Co.?Medical Society.?D. E. Kurd. Trustees of the College of Physicians and Surgeons.? | Dr. A. H. Stevens, D. E. Delafield. New York Hospital?Dr. Jno. H. Griscom. Pennsylvania.?Philadelphia' Medical'Society?Doctors | John Bell, Henry Bond, George W. Norris, Isaac Hays, | Isaac Parrish, Joseph Warrington, Alfred 8tiUe, J. Rod man Taul, Francis West, Gouverneur Emerson, Caspar Morris, Meredith Clymer. Medical Department of Pennsylvania College.?Profes sors Patterson and Atlee. | New JcaicT.?Drs. E. J. Marsh, Lindon A. Smith. Delaware.?Medical Association of Wilmington.?Dr. Lewis P. Bush. Medical Society of Delaware.?Drs. Jam. W. Thompson, E. & Richards, William W. Stewart, William Cummins, Gove Saulsbury, James Courier. Maryland.? Washington Medical College of Baltimore. ?Drs. H. W. Baxley, Chas. Bell Gibson. Virginia.?Medical Society of Virginia.?Drs. Robert W. Haxall, Samuel A. Patterson, Charles Mills, Frederic . Marx, James Conway, Dr. Cullen. | Geobgia.? Georgia Medical Society.?Dr. Richard D. Arnold. Mmiiiirri.?Mississippi State Medical Society.?Dr. E. D. Fenner, C. S. Magoun. Indiana.?La Porte University.?Dr. Azariah B. Shiji man. Illinois.?Medical Department of Illinois College.?Dr. Edward Mead, Professor of Materia Medics. Tennessee.?Medical Society of Tennessee.?Dr. Wm. | A. Cheatham. Rhodk Island.?Medical Society of the Slate of Rhode Island.?Dr. Theophilus C. Dunn. The following resolution was moved and adopted:? i Resolved?That all gentlemen who shall present cre dentials from any regular organised Medical Society, be I admitted as a member of this Convention. On motion, it was unanimously Resolved?That Dr. TxEorHiLi-s J. Dunn, of the State Medical Society of Rhode Island, be invited to take a seat as a delegate in this Convention. As there were some members supposed not yet to have arrived, on motion, the aforesaid committee was rendered permanent, in order to receive and verify the credentials oI any who may hereafter come. On motion, H was H Resolved?That one member from each State be ap ' pointed to form a Nominating Committee to nominate of ficers of this Convention, and that the Chsur appoint the same. The Chairman then appointed the Committee. The Committes then withdrew for the purpose of executing their duty of nominating the President and other officers of the Convention. On motion, Dr. Mabih, of Patereon, and Dr. Linden Smith, of New Jersey, were invited to take seats as members of this ConvenUon. [A recess of half an hoar, pending the absence of the nominating committee, was then taken.] On the re-assembling of the Convention, after some j time, the committee entered and reported the following names for officers of the Convention:? For President?Dr. J. Kniomt, of New Haven. For Vice Presidents?Dr. J. Bell, of Philadelphia, and Dr. Delaeielo, of New York. For Secretaries?Dr. Btii.le, of Philadelphia, and Dr. AaNou>, of Savannah. The above nominations were then unanimously con curred in. Dr. Bell, in resigning the chair he had temporarily ! occupied, returned tnanki to the Convention. Dr. Kniomt, in taking the chair as President, also re turned thanks for the honor conferred upon him. Dr. Bedford, of the University of the City of New York, then requested that, before proceeding to any other business, the call of the State Medical Society of New York, for the present Convention, on which it had been assembled, should be read ; which was done, as follows:? Whereas, it is believed that a National Medical Con vention would be conducive to the elevation of the stan dard of medical education in ihe United States. And "Whereas, there is no mode of accomplishing so desirable an object without concert of action on the part of the Medical Societies, Colleges, and Institutions of all the States. Therefore, "Resolved?That the New York State Medical Society earnestly recommends a National Medical Convention of Delegates from Medical Societies and Colleges in the whole Union, to convene in the eity of New York, on the first Tuesday in May, la the year 1M0, for the purpose of sdoptlng some concerted action on the subject al luded to in the foregoing preamble. "Resolved?Thst Doctors N. 8. Davis, James Me Nanghton, and Peter Vnn Buren, be a committee to carry Into effect the above resolution. Peteb Vis Bene*. M. D. Secretary of New York State Medical Society. [Dnted,] Ai bant, Feb. flth, HMd." Dr. BEDroan said he derived great pleasure on first reading the call fbr this ConvenUon t if the measure here proposed should be carried out, morn would be done fbr harmony and an elevated character among the medical faculty. These resolutions had been carefully drawn ; they exhibited much wisdom, and a love for the profes sion. Out of the ranks there were enemies enough ; in the ranks all ought to join to repel the attacks from without He had been appointed with his associate a de legate to this National Convention; he felt himself placed in an embarrassing position ; if he was in error in what he was about to say, he would appeal to the Chairman of the Corresponding Committee. The resolution calling this Convention was sent to every Medical College aou Society in the Union, with a copy of the invitation ; he concluded, therefore, that those who came here, came with the understanding that it would be strictly and fully a National Convention. When he saw only fifteen States represented, and these not from Universities, bet from self-constituted medical societies ; when he saw Harvard University, Bowdoin College, University of Pennsylva nia, Jefferson College, University of Maryland, Universi ty of Virginia, the Medical Colleges of Charleston, An gusta, Ohio, the University of Transylvania, of Louis ville, St. Louis, and New Orleans, with many others, net represented hera, how could he with propriety consent to go on with a mere partial Convention, in which the Sreat bodies of the medical profession had testily no per cipation 1 After some other forcible remarks, tending to snow the inutility of proceeding unless the Conven tion were really and in troth what it ought to be, and what it is called, vii. a National Convention, Dr. Bedford moved that " Whereas, the object of this Convention has not been carried out: and wherees. a full representation from the Medical Colleges aad Universities is necessery: and whereas, the call has been defeated by the absence of the necessary members from the various parts of the Union, that, therefore, this Convention do adjourn sine die. .. e motion wm then^taken bjr S5>Sf'iSVhJ&J*"" """""? plainedtfir??*i,ini*d* * bri?f ?*pi?n*tioB, in which he ex only been orterelt hut r??m' Which had ?<" no"b/uier ^,r0mhOcrOnKhOUlf from invitation on the part of'the UnivLra1?' f'v ' ?u fortl that ?k 0 physicians ?nd Surgeons, it will of thcMColieireof P^v??oi? h5" ta*<n g?und in favor Univerrtty oJ New Vnrtf f Surgeons, ugainst the K^^i^OKS?: ?;K&siS??-s Professor Pattiion, of the \?*? Va-l it ? tended, that the motion whichhUw^n.IT^ *1? , SJS awf45* us fd' wiilSi ?,|COh*,.ered M discourteous or unwind, so iwrsia'asffls^tfT Ulity ordure. ^?M irK?,,Udiatcd thc idea that ho* "K f?rlin? ? ?n .'n c wner,dment ho was sorry to tee a 8?3 New S. hJSSdtf M* ofi* opinion^ thV^uch^'"*'tho V^^^^decMc^of I the contemplated wa* ^T&I^bSr ?/? "Potion, if the convention think right to refuse A, *??& ssszsr* with*"!' tl?at thU convention had began its work ?prritmo?fa0Hl?je|f"?r^ /^"^ihe?"c\r^h"b1ted?^e *""" ?-?r?.?EDro*0 ^ere rogo ar,d wud. that he deenlv reirrot ^ tty?th?nTKCh!S,Zl|i0hi ZV PUt Up0n remark*, to dKaiWth!. i "d, *Vd' he d,d n<" mea" ^r a moment dMbS?s aUYi? 'i1'1'0 ^from^o^htno^ K Be 0 ,uch Bn interpretation. 1 appeal to weient nI? J f? ie5? wh,ch 1 have the h?nor to fiad the ri*ht til didit in a candid and open manner?I the miS. ^Xpre" m>' opinion in reVly to one ef toyouJllthar'n-ht1* edJ?eindebate> and ' repeat l>?' nel"*er myself nor my colleague would hJre-we!r/".ny,U.Ch ? eourse- We have ftvited you nere we are pleated at being enabled to afford von the a}"l while we conifder you ou/gae^ in* our orin!nnr. e ,n # l?ub,ic discusaion, of eiprcm. Sff ??V * #n ? question which comes up legiti rontiJL J ? ^0U for diicuMion. ( Applause ) If thi? StS^Sr an Mti'ty ru' 1 h?ve only to reiteVite n iff J?*1*1- (koud applause.) Vtlf'.the accr?<utcd delegate for Missouri was asst"1"" ^ Mkmbkr here rose and said I think ?-.n<lam.n sraysriaataaa5A commodation.. We are indebted to the courtesy of the wa. not to wait until h? kicked hi^out? of doori'^lm menje laughter. amid loud crie. of quE i jaSSr5'^r&^Xts&Jr&s I ~.T~CE3!in?KErasHaww,i 640 Broadway, requesting the plea ' fCSB,T,y ,of,!k# of the Convention tatioiTwasReceipted! * ?0 Wedn"da>' Th? ^vi bri'?"?^ttee hV? aPP?inted for the purpose of 'he subject of medical educaUon is a formal manner before the Convention. The followiuff were no. minated : Dr.. Uavis, March. Hayes, wluon Stor^ Br?yn?rd, Bush. Haxhall and Bell. ' Q*' i. j ,EM"r* moved that when the Committee adlourn it do adjoum over to 10 o'clock thuforenTn J ^ 1 he motion prevailed, when nt* mnd ?^d. he felt proud at the Cbe?^ ,t ifaCut0ry r?,.ult <?f their flnt day', de frieS^ anH i^U have vm?de the commencement, my inends, and I have no shadow of doubt that before fiv* you jsheU heve such a|ConvenUon^ the medical profession to the highest eminence hope that notwithstanding what has been said here to. ^?.^?h'U,separate hZ. toSJT^TSl?S5K^ )'d aPPj?u?e] and forget what haa occurred TCou ??,ed a**Plau?J-J We have met here, and iero .re prt ?ent members from every State in this Union men who ^ saaf^us iasr thi forenwl ?!**?* to meet at 10 o'clock, ALlin, May 4, 1844. The several anti-rent Mill prntd the Houm to-day by decisive votes. These bills are entitled "an act to abolish distress for rent," " an act in relation to deriies and descents," and an act to equalize taxation. I have confidently predicted, upon food and substantial reasons, that none of these bills can pass the Senate. I do not know why I should altar such an opinion. Power will be reposed in the Convention?power and ability to dull the fangs of a law ao utterly wicked and intolerant aa the law between landlord and tenant. There is peace and love in the home of the manly and independent husband man who tills his own soil and who whets his own scythe. But when ha must perform rent-service?when he must offer homage or a tribute for occupation, or suf fer the ignominy of ejectment?then there is a compul sion in his labor, about which his moral faculties rebel, and he is unhappy. Therefore, if there he any justice or propriety in Uie petitions of the tenantry, I hope this Convention will exercise the power with which it is In vested in behalf of the tenants, and for their better order ing and preservation. in the House, Mr. Worden submitted a remarkably able minority report, In fhvor of completing the unfinished public works, nnd against the majority report made by Mr. Bailey. 'JlOO copies were ordered to be printed. Mr. Kullerton reported his militia bill complete (men tioned yesterday) and it was ordered printed. Mr. Titus has matured the bill proposing to submit the questian of abolishing the punishment oi death to the S^gplc, at the next election. He presented the bill to-day, Hether with a report; and five times the usual number Bha report was ordered printed. The immense and accumulating maaa of local legisla tion incumbent upon the Legislature, necessarily occu pies very much time. Questions and propositions which, if confided to sectional or local oAcers. would avoid great expense, are brought here for adjustment and settlement Claims against a State should be referred to arbiters, matters ot law. which put eminent men at loggerhead!, might be simplified so that a third-rate counlv -court law yer would be amply competent to adjust them -. questions of polity, of morality, of religion, ot civilization, and of common law, which mystify legislatures and confuse cabiaeats, might be safely confined to the honeet burghers of the locality where these questions arise. Simplification and eco noaiy in the administration of the government and the law would follow. But this is a remarkable people, and a pe culiar age, in the history of the world. The entire ses sion of the Senate to-day was occupied in a consideration of private claims. in the House, this evening, the bill authorizing a call of a convention, for the purpose of amending the charter of the oity of New York, was paaaed and sent to the Senate. Subsequently, a bill instructing the several banks of this State to make monthly, instead of quarterly, reports to the Comptroller, was debated, but no question, I be lieve, was had upon the bilL The sun is vary brilliant, this afternoon; the air is very pure; the birds are singing very sweeuy-~(l hear one j now in the "old aim treeT' opposite my window j) the ?el vet jpaae has sprang up like magic, and the wheat fields in this vicinity seam to be in a condition of great forward ness. 1 shaU dabr^^an?ral history and renew of the . , ? Court o* General Noitlon*. Before Recorder licott. Vide r mo n Brady and 8tam an. a n? c*S?on* Dutrict Attorney. Mar o. Pita of Guilty,?Charlos Moore, colored, in dicted for a petit larceny, in stealing pro pert? alleged to be worth $16, from the store of Me?ri Wheeler ail Clark, entered a plea of guilty, anl w u remanlel fir sentence. Another Plea of Guilty.? Samuel M. Whitehead, iu dicted for a grand larceny, in stealing a gnM witch, lie., alleged to be worth $74, belonging to u Mr Richards, alao entered a plea of guilty, which wm recuivu.1. and the court sentenced him to be imprisoned in the State priion for the term of two years. Trial for a Misdemeanor.?Michael Mitchell, indicted for iniuring or idling lottery policiet, at hii office in 1 Ridge street, to a carpenter named Wm. Graham. It wa? shown on the part or the prosecution, that the accused, on being arrested, returned Graham hit money, and of fered the policeman a boaut to be let off. The Jury found the accused guilty, and the Court sentenced hun I to be imprisoned in the penitentiary for the term of six ' months. | Trial for Burglary.?Lewis Loekwood was nuxt put I on his trial for an alleged burglary in the second degree. | in breaking into the house of Mr. Gould, ia 26th street, on the 24th of July last, and stealing therefrom 430 ia gold coiu, besides sundry articles of jewelry, kc. On th? pert of the prosecution, Mrs. Gould deposed that on the day in question, accused sent to her residence and Informed her that her husband had been sun-struck in the lower part of Broadway, which information induced her to look up her dwelling and proceed immediately to the spot where Loekwood had stated that her husband might b? found, but on arriving there she ascertained that the statement of Lockwood was untrue, and that on return ing home she discovered that the house had been felo niously entered and robbed of the property before de scribed. The jury found the prisoner guilty of a petit larceny only, and the court sentenced him to be impri soned in the penitentiary for six months. Trial for Grand Larceny?Two Germans named Adam Richley and Richard Boye, were then tried on a charge of stealing fourteen hogs, of the value of $00, belonging to Patrick Pcndergast, from a pen between 38th and 29th streets, on the lStn of March last. The accused were in geniously defended by councilor T. W. Terhune, who summed up the caee on their behalf in his usual brief and laconic style, and the jury at 0 o'clock came into court and rendered a verdict of not guilty. Superior Court. Before Chief Justice Jones. May 5.?Daniel Burlnetl vs. Chat. Dtvelin and John Coigrove.?This was an action to recover $176, a quar ter's rent of a store situated in the Bowery, leased to de fendants by plaintiff". For the defence, proof was riven that the lease or instrument was filled up in blank for the convenience of the parties, and that the terms upon which tho store was hired were afterwards embodied in the lease ; that in consequence, the defendants were pre vented from carrying on their business, and had to give up the premises. Vcrdict for the plaintiff for the amount claimea, and interest. For plaintiff, Slosson and Schell. For defendants, Mr. Peter Wilson. Before Judge VanderpoeL If*. Alhurtit vs. Lyon BerKard.?Action of Debt for forfeiture under the statute.?Plaintiff was owner of a house in Chambers street, ami let it to defendant for one year, from the 1st of May, 1843. The two first quar ters rent were paid, but the third quarter was not, ?ud plaintiff ejected the defendant, under the statute, and brought his suit in October last, allegiug that the defend ant had removed, in the month of February previous, a part of his goods to the amount of $700, and now claims the sum of $1400, double the amount of the property re moved. Two or three defences are set up to snow that defendant and the person who was surety for him quar relled, and that this suit is brought at his instigation ; and secondly, that plaintiff hail stipulated with defendant to take a set of teeth, which were to be valued at $7i; that he afterwards refused to take them, and they were left on defendant's hands. Vcrdict this morning. For plain tiff, Joachimson ; for defendant, Messrs. Cudy and Jordan. Court of Common Plena. Before Jtidgflhfrraham. Mots, Crott f Co. vi. Philip Burrow.?Thin WS* an action to recover $600 on fn alleged guaranty. Tho nlaintiff* are dry Roods merchant*, residing at Lansing burgh, and Hold to a perion named Johnson, ai agent for one Auguitui A<lam?, who carried on business at Nt. Louis, goods to the amount of $800. They allege that Burrows guarantied the payment, and bring their action for its recovery. A non-suit was granted, on the ground that no guaranty was proven. For plaintiffs, Mr. N. B. Blunt; for defendant, Mr. Brady. John Hanna, vt. Wm. D. Hutching!, el al.?This was an action on a promissory note for $136. Defence, a set off. Plaintiff replied, that a suit was brought for the re covery of the amount of the set off, which was the price of a bill of goods sold to plaintiff in December last. Ver dict for defendant Kor plaintiff, Scoles and Cooper; for defendant, Mr J. T. Doyle. Before Judge Ulshoeffer. Peter Dauvergne r?. Jamtt D. Cramiey.?Action for ae sault and battery. Defence, that plaintiff struck the first blow, and that defendant only acted in sell defence - Mealed verdict this morning. For plaintiff, Mr. H. T. Clark; for defendant, Judge 1b flis. United MtsUea Circuit Comrt. Beijpe Judge Nelson. May A.?Emtrion m. Hogg, tt el?This cue was net finished when the codrt adjourned. Charge tf Cruel and Unuiual Punishment?Francis Pratt, second mate of the packet ship Duchess D'Orleans, was arrested yesterday by Deputy Marshal Morrison, under a bench warrant. It appeared that in February last, on a voyage from this port to Havre, a difficulty oc curred between Pratt and one of the crew, named John son, upon which occasion it is alleged that Pratt struck Johnson and fractured his jaw. The case was brought before Commissioner Morton about ten days ego, and dis missed by him as not coming within the act or Congress. After that an indictment was laid before the Grand Jury, and they found a true bill, upon which the bench War rant was issued, and Pratt arrested ae above stated, lie was held to bail in $400. Movements of Travellers. Yesterday's arrivals were still increased from every section of the Union. The following is an abridged ca talogue from the principal registries. At the Amebic*!*?A. Magundy, Belgium; A-Wataon.U.S.N.; H. Van Bohhelen, Newbern; Dr. Worth lagton, Philadel phia: O. Lundry, Louisiana; W. Kaine, Tennessee; CoL Shelly, Kentucky; L. Hitchcock, North Wayne; U. Oooding, York town, J. Williamson, Wilmington; Dr. Parish, Philadelphia. Astob?E. Burrill, Judge Storm*, Mr. Tumbull, Bufia lo; J. Meredith, Baltimore; J. Adams, Boston; CJeorge Saunders, Salem; H. Robins, Boston; /. Pratt, Prattville; Oeorge Herbert, Ellsworth; Mr.Gowdey, Nashville; A. Jackson, Florence, Ala.; T. May. St. Louis; W. Stock ton, Philadelphia; Dr. Bailey, Baltimore; A. Blackmore, Mexico. Citv?E. G. Stuart, Bangor; Monsieur* Delgado, Rip peril V Manguez, Porto Rico; D.Manago, do; J.H-Adams. Massachusetts; Hanson, Nelson h Ferris, Louisville; Jas Ames, Springfield; Captain Olynn, U.S.N.; Oeoi*e Hall, Savannah; C. Phillips, Jamaica: R. B. Gooch, Virginia; 8. Westcott, New York; R. Sibiey, Detroit; N. WiTlard, Boston; C. Webb, Cincinnati; E. C. Smith, Philadelphia, C. Colton, W. Waldron, Michigan; 8. Pope, Boston. Fbanblir?Thos. Locke, Mr. Barlow, St. Albans; Rev. Mr. Spalding, Poughkcepsie; Ed. .Johnson, Austria; E. Holman, Boston; P. Willard. Springfield: J. Elliott, New Haven; J. Tompkins, Westchester co.; J. Hoyt, Danbu rjrt X. Simpson, New Bedford; H. Clinch, Philadelphia; L. Pritchard, Westerley: O. Jones, Brockville; (1. Fay, Albany; M. Nixon, Cincinnati; O- Adams, St Albans; A. Woodward Castleton. HowaBd?L. E. Sibly, Massachusetts; Messrs. Brighani k Harnden, Boston; Dr. McNaughtoe, Albany; James Magee, Philadelphia: E. Root, Mohawk; H. Tuckerman. Philadelphia; W. Balls, Virginia; W. Laifht, Philadel Chia; E. Morton, Montreal; L. Chichester, Troy; E. Jen ins, Middleton; A. Brown, Worcester; Wm. Blake, Bos ton; S. Cameron, Troy; D. Wright, Cincinnati: Captain Ainslie, Quebec: P. Bullion, Albany; J. H. Whitlock, Oalway; J. Oilman, Philadelphia; Messrs. Cummins, Richard A Stuart. Delaware; A. Clarke, Indiana; W. P. Edwards, Philadelphia. Stbam ExFtAtfioi Attn I/O?; or Lire.?On Setur day afternoon, about ft o'clock, the boiler of a small steamboat lying et Tlleston's wharf, oelled the Ea perlment, euplnded, end nearly destroyed the beat There were four persons on board of her at the time of the accident?Mr. George M. Dolbeere, his brother, another man, end a boy. Mr. (too. M. Dolbeare was the engineer, and wm wounded severely In the hoed by the fragment* of thn boiler. We lesrn from thn Sun that he survived till K o'clock this morring, when he died from the severity of his wounds. Thn other two were net se badly hurt. A lad, son of Mr. Thomas Tileston, who was standing upon thn wharf, was scalded in the face, and received a wound in the forehead, but was not daaferooaly hurt Portions of the engine and boiler, says the ,<Je?rtiin were thrown to a great distance. Fifteen or twentr ls<ls were standing on the end of the wharf at the time of the explosion, and several of then were blown into the water, but were all recovered. One lad named Gardner, is said to have had his lag broken. T?? boat is said to hsve been the model from which the revenue cutter M'Lane wa originally built, and had submerged propeller*. A ne tube boiwr had been put in, and they were meking th first trial with her when the explosion took place.?But * Tranttrift, May 4. P Mom or the Pkiest Mbpsaho.?Wp havo again to present another scene 'n the life ol this reverend gentleman, who has already gained such an uaeviable notoriety. The Patria of yesterday says that tt has Men a letter from Havana, received by the last arrival, which states thrt the Prie*t Medrano arrived in that city disguised as a sailor, snd then obtained, for the price of twelve doubloons, ? P^P?rt *?' Jssaaioe, where he haa gone in company wiA Hernandez,and Marr McKeoa. All the effects snd equipeges belonging to Medrano and Hernandez were taken from the house of the mother of Hernandez, without her knowledge or consent. This un foriunste lady, whose name is Dona Krancisca Aloy, has been made nearly insane owing to these late pro ceedings. The whole of the facts connected with thi lamentstdo and hart-rending history, are well adapted to convey the truth that " truth ie stranger then fiction."? We wonder what the next act of thu priest will be P? Stw Orltam Be*, April 37. .Nosh Charity.?A number of young ladies oflTuska loose, Ala., actuated by 4 a laudable desire to corner the iillleffiwil inJheU newer neon their reoe, have opened WSKsSSSS^

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