Newspaper of The New York Herald, May 9, 1846, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated May 9, 1846 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK HERALD. VA XIX, Mm, UK?Whole No. *3*1. NEW YORK, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 9, 1846. PHm Tin onus. THE NEW YORK HERALD. JAMES GORDON BENNETT, PROPRIETOR. WlLKL Y HLKAL1)?Every _ w i advance. Circulation-- -Forty Thousand. DAILY HERALD?Every day, Price 2centa pet copy?$7 i in advance. LD?Every Saturday?Price ?S% ceuts mm?payable in advance. tlie usual price*?elwayi cash PRINTING of all kind* executed with beauty and dee patch. O"" All letters or communications, by mail, sddsessed to the establishment, mutt be |>o*t paid, or the pottage will be deducted from the subscsiption money remitted; JAMES GORDON BENNETT, Proprietor of the the Nrw York Herald Establishment, ? North-Weet corner I Fulton and Nassau streets. ? TWO DOLLARS REWARD .-Lost on Satur day, the 2d inst., a black, tan Dog, with the owner's name, J. BECK, on the collar. Whoever wilt re laid Dor to the comer of Houston street and Bonny, over the marble factory, will receive the above reward, ?i.d the thank* of the lo*er. JAMES MURRAY. my 8 3trc KINO CHARLES SPANIELS?OK THE pure breed, received by the latest arrival* from Lon . - - . nnn for aale by A. Grieve. 3 John atreet. Also, rare and valuable Birds, only to be found at hi* establishment, No. 3 John street. N. B.?Letters from the curious, ia distant part*, (poet paid) will he attended to, by A. GRIEVE, b al7* Imrh Importer and dealer in Birds, ( are*, kc. IHkl Subscribers ofkkr fok salk Their annual supply ofchoice imported Flower Seed* M|iu small and large packages, with full directions for cul ^Asttivating them ; also, a very large assortment of the best i tf sli Vegetable Seeds ; Gnu* Seeds, mixed for lawns or per manent iusture as ntsy be required; greeu and hot-house Plaau of every description ; Plants suitable for ornamenting small gardena ; Gardeu Tools ; Fancy Iron Chairs and Flower Stands, with a general assortment of articles in onr line. DUNLAP It THOMPSON, Seedmen and Florists, till Broadway. corner Bleecker street. A liberal discount made to wholesale purchasers. my8 3w*rc WANTED?Two Rooms and Two or more Bed Rooms, with yard privileges, ke., in a respectable location, within five miuutes' walk of the City Hall. 1'uMrssion desired on the 1st of June. Addres*, (stating terms, kc.. ) V. B. L., Herald Office. mBtf rrc MTO LET?Three couvenieut houses at SIM per an num, payable quarterly,. or monthly, in advance, two itorie* and baaement brick, new, 1> by 25, with seven ruooi*. handy to the *tagei, advantage of Croton water, in a most thriving and quiet part of the city, 25th and 26th streets, between 7th and 8th avenue*. Al*o, a large Furnished House south west corner of 7th aveuue and 23th street, will be let to a private family for the summer. Enquire on the premises froi%8 to 10 A. M. and 4 to 6 P. M. my3 lw*r FOR SALE OR TO LET, The Modem built three story brick house, 215 Adams pj* street, Brooklyn. If not sold by private sale, it will be JtaSIBidisposed of at public auction, on the 13th day of May next. Half of the purchase money can remain on mortgage, for a term of years. Application to be made ou the premises, 213 Adams si., Brooklyn. a< lm*rc A HOUSE AND BARN, w'ith about sixteen lot* of ? ground, *itnated in the village of Hasting*, Wencheiter ^county, State of New York, within a few minute*' * of the steamboat landing. Said place ia divided into gar dens, which are well stocked with fruit. Also, a pleasant grove, with a stream of water, and several good springs. Pos 3ssion can be given immediately. For further particulars ap y at the store of Mr. 8chlosser, Hasting's Landing, or of al lm*re MR. ECKERT, 72 Murray St., New York. TO LET OK. FOR SALE, A MODERN BUILT COTTAGE, Stable and Coach House attached, with about an acre of land, the L principal part of which is well stocked with fruit and ey shrubs, and enclosed with a picket fence. The stages s every ten minutes within five minutes walk of the house. Jituation?between 110th and tilth street*. For further in formation, apply to JOHN BATHGATE, 134 Ninth street, or Dr. WOODS, Harlem. mrl2lm*rc FARM~FOR~SAEE M SITUATED on the south side of Long Island, 1){ miles west of the village of Babylon. Said Farm con tains sixty acres ol LAND, a portion covered with wood and the balance under a high state of cultivation. On said farm is I two story double HOUSE, with kitchen attach ed. Bam, Carriage House, Grainery, let House, and several other buildings. Communication with New York by Railroad and stages three times a day. For further particular* enquire ol W. E. ISAJBB, Comer of Liberty and Wert street, New Y ork. a 16 3taw4w?r or of Mr. SHEPERD, on the premises. ^ LADIES FANCY FASHIONABLE STRAW HATS?Pari* Straw Gimp Hats, of the latest sha|<e, for a^stle at CARL KING'S, No. 17 Division rtreet, at $2 50 each. N. B.?A general assortment of Straw Hats and Paris Rib bous, at the most reasonable prices. a24 lm*rc CARL KING, 17 Division street. ' J. PRICE & CO. FASHIONABLE HAT STORE. d THE SUBSCRIBERS having onened a HAT 8TORE Jpkat No. 110 Fulton atreet, comer or Dntch street, respect fully solicit the patronage ol their old cuatomers and the pub lic. They will constantly keep on hand a complete assort ment of Hata, Caps. Umbrellas, kc., kc., of the latest style, and will sell at the lowest prices, single hats made to order at the shortest notice. ICIlABOD PRICE, wy3 lm*r THOS. SHANNON. ~~ SPRING FASHION. fl BROWN k CO., 172 Chatham Square, comer of Mott JP?street, wish to inform the public of their recent improve ment in the manufacture and fiuish of their $3 Hats, combin ing fashion, beauty and durability, three important considers tioos to the wearer. The proprietors do confidently sssert their hats to be much superior to any ever before, sold for the ?sue price. Call and *atiafy yourself of this fact. m20 lm*rh SPRING STYLE. GENTLEMEN'S HAT8. fl WHY will you pay $4 30 and $3 for a Hat, when you can go to ROBERTSON'S PHCENIX HAT AND CAP MANUFACTORY, 103 Falton Street, And get a* good one for $3 30? Go, and examine for your selves. mr!2 lm*rc GENTLEMEN'S HA TS?8PRING STYLE. Bird, corner pine and Nassau streets - Gentlemen's Hata, of the Spring pattern, uniting much elegance and beauty of style, are now ready for examination ana sale, by the subscriber, BIRD, nrt4 lm*rc Corner of Pine and Naaiau street*. GENTLEMEN'S SPRING FASHION, r* BEAVER AND SILK HATS of the be*t quality and jph moat approved shapes, are now ready for inspection and aale at the old established prices. Best Beaver >4 30 Best Silk ,. 4 00 ROWE, Merchants' Exchange, a!7 lm?rrc 40 William street. MhTKUFOLlTAJN HAT AND UAJf 3'iOK.b, _ NO. *71 14 GRAND STREET, r? rLUNKETT k. CO., have just opened this lew fit vl> Jpmlishment with * anlendid assortment of HATS and CAPS, not to be saijwaaed either in quality, elegance of thai* or du rability, which they offer to the public at the following very low price* Hat*. Firat duality Nutria Fur, at $) 50 Second do do do do... 3 00 Firat quality Moleskin, do 3 00 Second do do do... IM Can from J7J? cenli to $1 71 each. Wholeaale and retail, orders jiuuctually attended to, and caatomara'hata ironed ami kept in abap* gratis. a7 im'rrc J. PLCSRETT fcR. PARDESSUS. | LXCKLiSlOR. _ r? ROBERTSON'S PH(ENIX ' HAT AND CAP MANUFACTORY Jflk 10JFULTON ST., BETWEEN NASSAU aad WILLIAM. THE proprietor of this establishment haa recently added to hit extensive stock of iprian gooda, an aaaortment of Moleakin Hata, of axqaiaite fmiah aad superior elegance. The urice of theae really aapcrb articles ia only S3 10, being 91 S* leu than the same goods (manufactured in the aame manner and of similar Maf tal |?* aaid ia Broadway. The aecm of thia great diaparity in price may be eaailr conjectured. The ndrerttacr'a expenses being bnt ? tithe or thoae of the more splendid establuhmaaUin Broadway, ha ia ia consequence enabled to offer gooda of ? Corresponding description at lower raaea. aO lm?rc WATTR1PONT k CO., HATTERS, No. 82 Nassau Stjuekt, Nkw York. ri WATxRlPONT fc CO., beg" to inform their n JjL friaada aad tha pablic ia ganarS, that they hare jJL opened the above-named store, for the retail aale of Hats, of their own mamfactare. The long experience M. B. W. haa acquired aa aforemaa, In the pnneipal manufactories in Paris aad New Turk, fires them the hap* that thar will inatify the ?Ulen?aohUe who will WM. H. JAMES. New York, May t, US. al ateod*rc LOOK AT THIS! ~ LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, if yoa waata ^^Vline article ol lloou and Shoes, call at 3S7 Broad way, where yoa will find the largeat assortment, cheapest, aad moat taahioaable ia (to city. Do not mistake tha number, 3(7 Broadway, comer of Franklin street. N. B.?a large anottasat of imported Freach BooU.at the tow pneeof 1 dollars. M. CAHILL. a 14 lm*r I'kEMIUM UMTO. _ FINE FRENCH BOOTS for S3 M, city made, aad ? are eaual to thoae ?pld ia other ctorae far S?. Fine J 5 %TnUV;0'k.?^,x Booqaad SltoaManufactory, oae of tha moat fashionable ia tMcity. Oar Boots having been judged in the late Fair at NiMo'i, are aaid to be the beat erer sold la tma eity. Ml Boota warranted to aire satisfaction. Mending, lie., done in tne Store. YOUNG k JONES, 4 Ann street. nU 1 in * m Near Broadway, New York. I.?The pablic are iarited to assortment of Gentlemen'a/ .Shoea aad Oaitara, ia all c"h ? Cml it, corner Sail it ad. JHlb'riloo Road, LiverpoolPersons sending for their frienaa ai any part of the old country, can maka die necessa ry arrangemeuta with the anbacribars, on reaaonable terms, to hare flirm brought oat. in THE NEW Lipfc OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS. The Slnin comprising this line are, it is wall kaowa, an sa rpaaxed by any, and their immense aixe (all haing KM tons, and upwards) renders them mora comfortable aad coave nient than ships.of ?.smaller rlaaa ; aad the greatest rellanee may be placed in thasr msaeuiality ia aailuu. The sabaenb ers are ?lso agenta for the St George and Union Lines of Liverpool Taeketa, in any of whteh Manage can be engaged on reasoaahle te^ f to mv J 7S loath at, ear. I FOR LIT X??r KOR LIVERPOOL?1 roiMrTidfl waa boewp, will aaal ae _. TO WESTERN TRAVELLERS. HE Public it ieil?emiupS that the receut break _ in the Canal, caused by the late freshet, haviug been re paired, the PIONEER k EXPRESS LINfe, via Railroad aiid C alia) from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh, commenced its regular trips for the season ou Monday, the 6th of April, leaving the Depot, No. 274 Market street, DAILY, at 7>$ o clock, A.M. By this route passengers will avoid all the fatigue and dan ger of nicht travelling in coaches, both Railroads beiug ifss ed in daylight. For further information, apply at the old-established Office, 271 Market street, 5 doors above Eighth street. alO 6m*rrc A. B CUMM1NQ8, Agent. LONG ISLAND RAILROAD COMPANY. EXPRESS MAIL Train* leave Whitehall, South Ferry, ?t7 A. M., for Boston?for all nam of the Island at 7 and Va A. M., and 4 P. M daily, .excecept Sundays. all Imrr NEWARK AND NEW YORK. FARE 1 iK CF.NTS. The Snlenmd Steamer PASSAIC, will ou and after May 1st, run run urther notice as follows ? Leave Newark, I Leave Barclay St., New York, 7)i o'clock, A. M. 10 o'clock, A. M. lj? " P. M. I 4 " P.M. IT^"Freight earned at very reasonable rates. The Passaic stoiwi at Bergen fciut every trip. my6 lw'r PEOPLE'S LINb OF STEAMBOATS" FOR ALBANY IJaiiy, Sundays neepted?Throngli Direct?at 7o'clock, P.M. >'; cm the Pier hettcern Courtlandt and Lihtrty tt$. Steamboat ROCHESTER, Capt. Hough ton, will leave ou Monday. Wednesday, and ? Ii'm.I.v Evenings at 7 o'clock. M.r :iuo.[ URNDRICK HUDSON, Capt. Cruttenden, wll le<rr ou '1 ueidav, Thursday and Saturday Eveniugs, at 7 o'clock. .... , ? , At 5 o'clock, landing at intermediate places. from the foot of Barclay itreet. S'cimbost SOUTH AMERICA, Capt. L. W. Brainard, will leave on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday After noons, it i o'clock. . _ Steamboat NORTH AMERICA, Capt. R. H. Furry. will leave oil Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday Afternoons, at 5 o'clock. ? ? . . The above Boats will at all times arrive in Albany in ample time for tint Kiurninic cars for the East or West. Freight taken at moderate rates, 1X!j~ All 1>ersous are forbid trusting any of the Boats of thM line w itnout a written order from the Captains or Agents. For pastage or freight apply ou board the Boats, or to P. C. SCHULTZ. at the offi ce on the wharf. myrrc THE MOST DELIGHTFUL OF ALL EXCURSIONS. A SAIL across the Hudson riv$rto Hobo ken, and then a walk to the Elysian Fields, -.long the exceedingly picturesque shores of the place, will prove the most eaaily accomplished and attrac tive of all rnrual excursions that can be made from the city. The grounds now present a charmiug aspect, the trees be ing in leaf, and rfie toil covered with a rich turf The w?lk* are in excellent order, having been considerably embellished the present spring. The Ferry Boats from Barclay, Canal and Christopher ?U., are completely fitted up witkawnings aud seats. Night Boats run from HoMken to Barclay street until II o'clock. ? . Ferriage 6}j Cents. ml 3m*r iNfcVV VUftK, ALliAiN Y Ai\L> TKOY L.li\fc, /OB. ALBANY AND TROY DIRECT, VODaxa* ? m ,'le 1??' ?f Lourtlandt atreet. . * . ^ ? ,,P"*f"g"* .taking thia Boat will arrive in n i i? 5 Morning Tram of Car. from Troy w rut to Bnffalo, and uortli to Saratoga, Whitehall and Lake Chain plain. The steamer EMPIRE, Captain R. B. Maey, leavea the foot of Courtlaudt ??reet. on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday ??????*?. at aeven o'clock, P. M. o?urua> i .. D^m'l.oat COLUMBIA. Capt. Wm. H. Peek, will leave the Pier loot ol Counlandt atreet, on Mouday, Wednes day and F nday evening., at 7 o'clock. thrwlrt"M*e?rFre 1,1,1 y?U bo,rd- or ?the Office on Freight muat be Putin charge of the Freight Agent, or the Compauy will not W reaponaible for loaa. icio tf . fropnetow ql Steam boa t? wi.limg aSB'Ka&S?i; S-waatg1?' ? ? stattkn?!*sland. On auU ithtr Monday. ihe 20th dav of \nril rim sr?i boala SYLPH and STAtEN F8L ANDER wii I leave New \ ork and Staten Island aa follow*, until further notice Leave Staten Uland at 8, ?, 9, 10, II o'clock, A.M.; 1, 2, 3, 4, o o clock, r.M. ? ' Leave New York, front Whitehall ttreet, at 7, 9, 10 II ? clock, A.M.; 1.2, 3, 4,5,7 o'clock, A.M. ' Ou Sunday., the fir.t boat from the uland will leave at * A x';*?d f'f,??1 Hu fr",n New York at 9 A.M. N. B.?All freight at |]ie riak of the owner, thereof. ailre liUttTON STEAMKflS. FOR HALIFAX AND LIVERPOOL. THE Britiahand North Amencan Royal Mail Steam Slnjn CAMBRIA, BRITAN NIA, >ud HIBERNIA, will leave Boston r a \t iip i a >? u J t i,eAl,ove )V,ru,*? follow., viz BBiTiNNlS' H. E. Judkwa, Com r, ou the 16th May, 1U6. " l?t June " HIBERNIA, Alei. Ryrie, " " i6eh ?' Passage to Halifax e2n _ P"??Re to Liverpool " klM For Ireight or pasuge, apply to ? * u,i??;,?^'?"AM, Jr., Agent. m n u j lAt HARNDEN fc CO.'8, 6 Wall at. No Berth secured until paid for. mrt tf rc Jff- f^KKT FOR MARSEILLES?To touch at 1 HHt i'j n iT toP??seiigers?The new and splen JBBBC*lid Packet Ship ARCOLE, Captain Nat. W. Eve leiKh, will aail on the lat ol June. For freight or Passage ?PPly to CHAMBERLAIN fc. PHELPS, ' ^ ?y?lrrc BOYD It HINt'JCEN? No?M w'.Yf,'" H A VKt?Second Liue?The m^-P?cket .Ship 8T. NICOLAS, Capt. John B. Pell, mMMKb*i11 wii on the 1st of June. For freight or passage "'l"y BOYD & HINCKEN.W Wall at. nfv? FOR LIVERPOOL-Regular Packet of 11th ol toil., will sail as above, her regular day. Having very superior accomodations Ior cabin, second efiH*?nd ?teeraf?i.pM^ngers, those intending to embark should make immediate application on board, foot of Maiden lane, or to JOSEPH McMURRAY. ran , . . Comer of Pine and Sonth at*. ? Persona desirous of sending for their frienda iu the niu country, can have them brought out in the above aplendiil as above"* ,*me on ""derate terma, by app|yiuK ?-? * .i - mytrrc fffr ST. OEORBEJS line for LIVERPOOL.-To jlHr^J,11^1-*Plendid new Paeket Ship 8T. MMKbUIlOKOL, rerria muter, 1000 toua burthen will poaiuvely aail on the above day. "uruien, will j r freight or passage. having splendid accommodation, ?pply ou board, at pier 4 North River, or to 'mo??t'on., c.M.n....cr, BAV'? OODEN t^^fcv/rrn r..-Jne Subscribers are prepared to hrim* oucp..?engera by any of the Line of PaekeVa alilu g ev"rv k ; V"1 e?n. ?? uaual, be furnuhed pavabll throughout the Uuited Kingdom. J.'or further apply to JOHN HERDMAN k Co* ? -? SI South street. klfiL PthmW PL LN E P? PACKETS FOli LIVER *l>le and convenient than ahipa of aVma^lm,,re effort commodftio.u for cabin, .e^nd cabi? aid ^''r *C' -c_ I* 8o?th at. comer of Maiden lane itf^UAHDNFR'j^ "ONDURAS^Bark JOHN^R H|lr KiJ;N V"? J??5's Pederson, master, has excellent ^Sra^ ^ve ^r"' will have dea I-or p??.afce only, apply to the Captain oa board, or to F. ALEXANDRE, **17 L ? ? Soutli atreet. Line?Regalar Packet jSllfcSHK^DyN Oeo'riT*"b V 11 "* P"cket ah.p r? ^ diy " Conitofc. m?.ter, will aafi r?f Or paaaage, having *ccnmmodationa uneqnalled Mwir^?er?r,oW'y ? Orl'a-.^h.rr, BTTPrice 0{^$kUS* k CO ' * ao"* thte,ti:p.S^; jii?e. K-gX'dr.vwi" t*c;h i No.t Tontine Buildings. J^7>>LA?rtOW L IN k WTAcT^TSTrrisTTT, ?PPhrto"'*ht ?r ^having eicellent tccomodations, ?p ker regular day. *?eee>4 the Sara can, and Mil 1st Jnly, M.y^?"Ai'rfr,rl,rt "r ,,Mr ,wh JHK^-uting. wm?* ^"'^LADIATOK I spt. R. L. PfHfJ* c?bin, second cabiS i*ml?rday F?r splendid ?ceommodatinn?, anrt^o- CIS* Wssage, having '?? or to JOS^K .^lIlRAY: ? Persons wishing to sender,"TVh^r'r1? *5d Ron(tl "'reeU. brought oat to this eountrr b,"" h??eihem London on the 1st, 16th. {"? *?''?"? from by applying as akove. ?Ci^? ?? reasonable rifL'T auiti LTTTTirr-r-? WlyS ITC * ?n'!! *' 0r'""* wharf, foot of \Vall ,Vre?' C^.Th*r,t" Wjlhje? attend to the receipt of their anSCSUS?R?' HOltn BOOK. - 'd,e H""r B<V>k " rnauil>>ng pletVw^fn. W# mce only 37 cents-re Our C oh"^ Aljpnaca, for IH7, Bve in nnmber, will he is. "that AClimS^i'1 th* J?e" *v ",t ",,d cheap ?l?*Sl.inrl1 numbers *eut by mail. wnrjll!d,?!n'?,.,M "e ;iiemitt? "f'ke trade to their <m!u Sow kSl 1B?iy ' i V4no,u k'n<,? of Children '. E<Wranh^ kind,.CO,OW^ > FlWtEn, 74 Chathaw ?t. w,n fad tk' ?nte ani 1113Cherry MiMt. a?lm*rc COTTON SAIL CLOTH, HEAVY CAN VASS iVc. THE SUBSCRIBERS have So ?tori- and are dally receiving direct from tht-.m*nuf*cturers, * rrest rariety of COTTON CANVASS, both plain and twilled, adapted to all the various purposes to which Cwiiu can Iw applied, not excepting r??n those for which heretofore Linen alone has been deemed ?umcient. Tliey desire tocall the attentiou ofshipowner*and masters of teueli, to the Soft or Ship Cantral, desigued expreaaly for square rimed vessels. It haa been found, after subjecting it to the severed test, to all the iiualities requisite; to be equally solt and l>lia. Lie as the linen, to w ear full aa long, holds a better wind, ami Costs but about one half. The same may be said of the Cottou Ravens Duck, which they hare of all wuant.es. widtl$,LHEMUS, at 2taw* We.lit Sat r 59 Broad, corner Beaver st. THE AMERICAN EXCHANGE BANK. \ A MEETING of (lie Stockholder* of the American A change Bank, for the election of Councillors and DirrL tors, wilfbe held at the Director*'Room, on Wedursday, I day of June next, from IS o'clock M.to 1 o'clock P. M. \ Messrs. JiMis Mile*, ) J. A. Etxiau, > Inspector*. W. W. lll'?L?t'T, ) Per order of Board of Director*. m2tawto3dj*r JOHN J. KISK. Cashier. HO It 1JC.AU A WLNE&. JUST Received, per bark Callao, from Bordeaux, 700 case* red Wine*. St. Jnlieu Durru, Chateau Larose, Margeaux, Latour, Leoville, Icc. 98 casks aud half do red Wines, St. Julian, Medoc, Mar geaux, he. 3t c-uks and half do white Wiuea, Haul Siuterne, Haut Prrignac and Graves, The above wines have been carefully selected for thi* mar ket, by my house iu Bordeaux, aud are now landing aud ofer ed from the wharf, on reasonable terms, by m20 eodlm'rc JOHN SCHMIDT, 192 Fulton st. HE COPARTNERSHIP heretofore existing between I the undersigued, under the uame of BARNES&SM AL LEY, is _this day dissolved by mutual consent. Each of the parties will continue to carry on the business of manufactur ing Iron Railing, See., in his own name; but the Arm of Barnes h Smalley being diaaolved, the unsettled business thereof will be closed by Richard Barnes. RICHARD BARNE8, JOSEPH SMALLEY. New York, May 1,1116. my6 Iw'rrc REMOVAL. T WHITEHORNK, Portrait and Miniature Painter, has *1 ? removed from 2tJ Broadway, to No. 1U Chambers street, three doors below the Savings Bank. N.B.?Subscriptions received lor the engraving of the Se nate Chamber. Published by Anthouy Clark ft Co., from a painting by J. Whitrhorne. Subscription price, $J, sixe ol print JUI2 inches, Containing more than 100 portraits of dis tinguished men. myfi 3t*rrc DR. HULL'S~TRU SSK S, AND ABDOMINAL. SUPPORTERS. THE superiority of Dr. Hull's instruments over all other* is acknowledged by the most eminent physicians in Eu rope and America. Office, 4 Vesey street, Astor House. A female in attend ance in the ladies' department. my< lm*r ALF SKINS It S LAUOHTt: RTH11) ESr-MOoV ?t lity City Calf Skins, selected. Also light, faiddliug, and heavy Hides, of various average weights. For *ale by myi lm'rrc JOHN HUNN, 221 Elixal>eth st. 300,000 IMPORTED HAVANA SEGARS, CONSISTING of an extensive assortment of the most fa vorite brands, well worthy the attention of city and country dealer*. The subscribers, in addition "to the stock uow on hand, are constantly receiving new supplies by every packet from Havana. The whole entitled to debenture. For sale on reasonable terms, in lots to suit purchasers, by TRUX1LLO It BARRE1RAS. my4 lw*jw lOo Wall street, upstairs. ALL PERSON8 having claims against HANNAH MUR PHY, formerly at No. 49l Broadway, are requested to pre sent lh? ttm? to the subscriber before the first day of June next. ROBERT DECON, 491 Broadway. m2 1w*je JAMES VERKV^ LONDON. THF national depot of T WARTON, OF PARIS, W Removed to ml lw*r No. 1? William atrect, New Y ?rk. fOHN MULL1N r"j^g^yf0tafro^hi^d"SIlid,No.?Oe J public that he l??. BLMOVED Igm niiip dtK)rl from Broad way i to No. 3 BARCLAY^ ,nd mM1Bf.ctnre ??*- ? ^vs^*v?Vrs!u reMOuableterma. head quarters W I N D O w' SHADES. . Iron 7J centa to $30 ? P?". byKELXY k RIKER, wmk ~~~ EoOWNU OLASSt-S! LOOKL^ OLASS^ ;u'5.te"tS3; swftri faahionably ornamentedi aii' J h w-|j bc >0|d low. very low, Ladiea^ while ahoping, ^'"'hQqPER It BROTHER {he ruiumi aanaou. The Pavilion win ?? "H? m< lw'tc i mailt- ??. TRITON HOUSb, gpggste ?udBowlu"A,">"""""" rfiww?S; ^"sxra-c. ?* m. For tertna, which w i Ub?I amT^'O^E^, Triton Hon.e. Olen Cove, Lons lalaud, May 1, 1146. ">> 'nrrC blKD CAGE MAN U Jfbierib. NO. 1 9t. John'a Lane, C9rner Beach "treet. Th h ,r would inform hi. C"tome? &t?d%ommo IgflESfrMwhich h. will *11 cheaper than they can be bought elaewhoit. Alao, Ca?ea made to order. j KELLY. P. 8.?Country Merchant, would fad it to their advant* FAHLX jitNRY LAWRENCE, IMPORTER OFn^EPHY^WOOL^^APJV ^ ,JOHN JL TLHNS. BEAD8, ahWaV ?H. L. ukei tliii method SCfiTjasftf asgt/sts 2?2S?/8&, ""Fr^ '.?n. ?..??? Nww kvring goods. APTKD TO GENTLEMEN'? WKAR.. W\C MATTHiEH8EN, 117 Kulton atreet, invite. the im .Dertioo ol lhe pubhe to hie choice atock of French Black and colored Clotha now tube ?old tow rietiea. auU*ble foraprm* trade, which are now wur ? v i) for c??H. Cu^m?^^'?f J? MofcWATE PRICES, ? fittiult Karm-nt at tho moat faatidloua ean deaire. All articlaa of amall WMr continually o? hand, BhirW, up "Remember the nnmb.r, W Fn,t^u m aTTHIBBSEN ilfi lm*r? Trench artificial flowers. ?ra. mMeriaU ror Bower matiera, ? mil lm*mc to the trade, at low P[W*i. j. Warwick, r OLD JtWLVERgtf j? W^%T.4 8W"P ass: su. -gs?a.* "f TKNlTCIO^ PLIJ^H. isssssa "" raHKB!r?? at lm?r _ _ . Z77TtTvNtiE TO the UNITED STATES. CHALLibr - ii?aitjkttnn in iivinK to the pcoplf 13 mile, from the cit> of. t tl.wnM. Of their for manufac^rinl their ?wwlea ( conTft.ceUi# ?o?t >n beanty,^"J??' WyheMmea.,^n?y Dt'NCEER, k BECK mbfewEM**? <? g ^cr.? ?? sheeTbrass: " TAMES O. MOFFETT. N?.W^TS^ J Wootter and '''f' ^retvui* from hit mill, a lam haaonhnnd. ani iaConatandv Bruaa. which M will aell at aaaortment of all alMa of nhe" . other pl?cc in ^ United ?rS. M. will deliver .ood. .old by h.m - ^ ^hi. rity or Brooklyn, or ahipped on board oi any 'TY-Br*. Wl Copper T.bi.f of all .i~. to order. Ol KAN DOLES, solak. LAH;D, A J" uaiAj LAMPS. CHANDELIERStJcc. rpHEJBubacriln r*-a Juat o|*nedo..eoinbej.^n (h< NEW YORK AND HARLEM RAILROAD COMPANY. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. ON mil after Friday, May lit, 1M, the cars will ran u fol io wi:? Leave City Hall for Yorkville, Harlem, anil Morrisia *a. at T, 1,9, 19.m4 U o'clock, A.M.: 1, 2, ?U, 4, ?, and Ijiotlock, P.M. Leave City Hall for Fordham and Wil liam*'Bndxe, at 7, 10, and 11 o clock, A.M.; 2, 3K. 4, and o'clock, P.M. Leave City Hall for Huut's Bridge, Broux, Tuckahoe., Hart'* Corner, and White Plain*, at 7 and 10 o'clock, A.M.; 2 and 4 o'clock. P.M. 1 .eave llarlrin and Yorkville at 7 10, ? 10, 9, 10, and 11 10 o'clock, A.M.: 12 10; 2, 10. 4 10, SK, 6 10, and 7 o'clock, P.M. Leave William* ridge and Fordham at t\, 7V, anil 10V o'clock, A.M.; 12 V. 4\; and 'i\ o'clock. P.M. Leave White Plaiu* at 7 and 9 'clock, A.M.; 2 and 1 o clock, P.M. The freight train will eave the City Hall at 1 o'clock, P.M., ana leave White ainaat 1 o'clock iu the morning. On Suudays, the White laiu* Traill will leave the City Hall at I A.M., and 4? P.M.; ill leave White Plain* at 7 A.M., and 6 P.M. On Sundays, e Harlem and William*' Bridge Train* will be regulated according to the ?tate of the weather. *22 lm*rc SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING. AT THE CASH TAILORING AND CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT OK W. H. DKGROOT & CO., No. 103 Fultow Street, WHERE the following (reat attraction* will be present ed Cloth Coat*. Irom (I to SIC; Alpacca Coats, from 12 40 to $4; Thin Coat* of Linen*, Gingham* and Prist*, from

IS cent* to $2 40; Cassimere Pant*, from $3 to f6; Merino Pant*, from S2 to fl 40; Drilling, aud other Summer Pant*, from $1 to $3; Satin Ve?l*, from $2 to $4; Summer Ve*t?, from 74 ceut* to SI 74. Al*o, a large a**ortment of Clotha, Laiiitnere*. and Vestiugs, which wilt be made to order to ?nit the mo*t fa*tidiou*. Boy*' Clothing, eupally cheap? which price* are ADMITTED to be TWENTY-FIVE p?r cent cheaper than any othrr atore in the city. in21 Im'rc CLOTHING MUCH LOWER than the General Prices.-JACOB VANDERB1LT, 36 Maiden Lane, betweeu William 'and Na**au street*?the cheapest fashionable Gentlemen'* aud Boy'* Clothing Establishment iu New York. N.B.?Hundreds of Garments ready made, which will be ?old wholesale or retail, very low. in20 lm'rc SECOND HAND CLOTHING and Furuiture Wanted.?The higheit ca*h price given for aH kinds of Second-hand Goods, by B. LEVV, 49)4 Chatham street. N.B.?A liue through the Post Office will be punctually at tended to. Constantly on hand, a seasonable assortment of new and second-hand Clothing, cheap for cash. mli lm*rc TO TAILORS. THOSE whowishtoatuiu a complete knowledge of the art of cutting all the various style* of garuieut* worn at the present time, would do well to obtain Stinemet's work on the *ubject, which i* universally allowed to be com 5lete?the price of wificli is from S to 10 dollars per copy ; the iffereuce ?? price being wholly in the binding. To be had of the author, No. 113 Broadway, New York. aU lm*r MODEL OF NEW YORK TERBIQNED is now receiving or?iert for views Y^rk ihiH wmli'' Up?" ,he.c*n?Py <>,r hi? Model of New rorft, which will be soon completed. These views ?irv fr*m ll tojO m^i.J.n.th, and are repreiuUd V"! m^der'." V i. ? y represeutatioua of |>ublic build I k^1'1 "riY,te r"' A number of the lirst artists, both landscapes and decnntiv. pa HI ten, can find employment by apply at the office al*o a le" ???nu, and persons capable of trwsacting business Office hours from 2 to 6 P. M. * ousiness. all j...?rrc E. PORTER BELPEN. 360 Broadway. 'P". MARRIED LADIES.?A Secret Worth Knowing , Apply lor further particulars to Dr. CH. F. MONTf I IJTSsTpiid Ce' ? Uke" ftom ,he "?ce wiless^they | A-NV MAWUFAcW^k ItS3?d^^rxss^ss; I fcnt?,' Hudson ,Ne w Turk!"' d*~''*r??to'M ? *4 J A 8. T. PERKINS. T_ ifl ~ FUME BATH. ~ U ALL who arc afflicted with rheumatic complaints we would say?, and try Dr. Swett'. Sulphur Tim. Ji.Th I ? Broadway. The Peculiarities of it are such, that it c?,.. effectually tins complaint, also all other diseasei ol a chronic nature such a, Seroiula, (W, Salt Rheum, di.ease. ofX aresomodersted^Jott R_ ?? _MAGIC HAIR DYE. ^*P P? QREY WHISKERS chpnged to a beautiful y' *7 application of Phalon's ma 11a i ' < ountry feulfeineu can hare a bottle forward j 'i-1'?",or ot,'erwise, by sending their orders,cash | enclosed, to t. Phalon,6l, under Judsou's Hotel, Broadwav each'bottfe.' ' 1 direcUou? for use accompanying City gentlemen are invited to call at the depot, where thev I P^dNpJi|D'N Jr" OMAOlwVr' street, near Wall ! ?VMA fig ^ D'"'r^i.AIM.Ul| ? _ _ ? , THE AMAZON WIGS, ? ' if Ueutlemeu s real Head* of Hair, brine the latest and I S^lf^1.-5t.i,'mpr?.Tenl!.nt '? the "Unufacture of Wigs and Scalps; and the subscriber is happy in being the first to intro ?yj2!?here- Th?y di?l,l*y ?>'* forehead ?d temp ed any height, .pew, ? wi? making never before attained i ttreuoinposed of veutiluing or gossamer work. Vhey fit on the head by a mechanical contrivance entirely new th? t are put on ma moment. They ImmeduSl?.dipt | liVing m?' c"w?heSdre.'sbeCOme P"t w*d ,*ree' "<e -I.. FRENCH ARTIFICIAL FLOWERsT [ IMPORTERS. A3 ^NASSAU STREET,'UP 8TAIR8 i,lhVr?re","J; ??y !?? arrivals from their house ia Pu?' in bunches, wreaths, sprigs, garlands, kc., Itc., together wi'th i a most extensive assortment of 1 MATERIAL8 FOR ARTIFICIAL FLOWER MAKER8 ' any Xr*imMrt*.,t,ron*n,UrP*'''d m "that" "d "te"t b>' i ateii?S2syis**?? a.'Af E ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS. VOELKNER begs leave to acquaint his friends and ? customers, that his elegant stock of Artificial Flowers, | ooih trench and American mauulacture, has not received the Uaat injury bv the late fire at 12? William street, as the good! were removed in time. L. V. will continue to sell wholesale rand retail, at the lowest prices, at 12* William street, and begs | dealers to inspect his stock before buying elsewhere, al Im'rc ? FRENCH ARTIFICIAL KLOWhKS ND MATERIALS FOR FLORISTS.?Having just re I ? cr>rrd by the Havre packets, Zurich and Francois 1st a te,rwM.^lYref^reb^ [ invite the dealers -^s^.l, snd ermine,.t lmme 116 WilUam street. ~ASTOR HOUSE BATHS. Tln"Cpl ?rI'/c "1' street, (Private door Astor House.) R.ih. .r i *re fespectfnll y informed that the above Baths are in complete order. The bathing tub* are en I "rely new, (copper,) and the largest in this city. In iMiint ol I clewilinessaud attention, the hatns cannot be excelled. The Baths are open until 11 o clock at night, (Saturday night 12 ) Price of a bath, IS cents. The warm Sei Baths ? DeXVsei usual open from sunrise, until 11 o'clock P M HENRY C. HAb 1NKAU, Proprietor: 192 BROADWAY, TO y&MELVES. praised by those who made trial of it, last year took the first premium of the Institute Fair. Indeed, it is fully conceded l>> those wIh) know, tliat it is impossible to manufacture an article equal to it. It is softening to the skin, Irak'rant to the Jr t??'n*.h "IT ' "ah" 1""' and i. sold cheap li,!,., m ? 'r*1'*'- !."? 'herefore, who would consult economy and comfort in shaving, should possess themselves ' Irom the New York (Jaxette.?The New Soar We m??k from exnerience, and we speak from the more profeisioual knowledge of our benefactor and friend. James (?ranr No 1 ^it"intb iV lU-ititni" V *''7'' -V'W ?*er yrt found ?v .n .nll.ll. m"drr",improvement. It is not on l> ui emollient, lint it is something more." In short. *e believe It is the be.t shaving .n... in"the World. ' r rom the Evaaing Mirror.?Ring's Verbena Cream we know by experience to be the hest kind of shaving soap, and w?IT m 1,0''av """bllesome beards, should not he without it. It has a penetrating way of its own. and .often. r'ill*r- M ? *"** ,or'nder tW operation ?ineM*>IfVl''fluT V F"y\ Mr' Ri"? K?' '??'??? takeifri" bn sine.s of Dr. Milnor. at the ronier of Broadway and John fJfcl-L- tlV article may be obtained; and. likewise, Hint- s Congh Candy, which is said to be a pleasant and certain cure for tliat troublesome companion. [ ..r/l^T; D'Wtch -Every m?, who shave, him rwu?e .King s Verbena Cream." It i. an ex nrthe iSr1'r'*'fn^rn'n* Ine beard, and allaying all irritation ofrhe skin, so that it becomes an ahsolnte pleaanre. instead t of an annoyance, to me the rawr. ' I -Jgrr mi obn^rve the written signature, under the directions for nse of "C. H. Ring." Prepared, mJ i for ?al*, whnlfflalc an?l retail, andXpr exportation, bv I ('. Br. RlNOf nriicgjit, !92 Rrnarlwsy. comer of John street. 1 v n VI I. Snce'""r to nr. Wm. II. Milnor. i-N.B.-.>lerrhjnts are particnlarly requested to call and ex amine this article, as now prepared, as to quality, quantity appearance and price. It cannot be heat?the splendid new 'J71 P'*". "graved by Messrs Rawdon, Wright fc Hatch, far exceeding any thing of the kind before "" P"P|I<:- mi lm*r ATRAPILATORY, HAIR DYE, for changing the color of the y hair to any required shade of black or brown, in a few minutes, by a simple and easy process, without staining the skin, or m any way injuring the: hair. The great advantages possessed by this Hair Dye over those hitherto in use, will be I .VW 11 Pro?"r" ? perfectly natural color, in a comparatively short space of time; and much of the trouble "A*n,'0) *nc/ Mtei'Jing the nse of all former l?yes. are e.i bm!^n?^h i. " i ' r the lighter shades of ?bir0-w.?' th*/itiupltotory may be said to be the only prepara w^ehfiausfactory result caa Ih; relied on; and I co',or '??* '."t ?o a r? semblaure to that of ZHEltiLXr*1"' .^V the use of the Uye sc. tetirar.-.'i's *3lnl*rc J LAIRD'S, 93 Chatham st. 835.000 "UANA PRINCIPE 8EOAR8. y ?"<! Havana Tobacco? JM.Otti Rionda, all sixes, | 100,089 Pnnci|>e, . I TV-lVU?n' 3D.IW0 Lafayette, pressed, ,S'2* Lafayette, I |0,M? l.scnlapio, do m m fe*'*?""' I Europe. rS.SJu^cVoria, 1st, | For^rby,ed -dB? ifVicABlX""1-' V? __ 117 Front street, near Wail, up stain. beckers; AfJl. ERREOTYPERS, 201 Baoanwav, uki.ow Fultoi* -;j. '"larked their Atelier, are now pro vided with the best kind of light?the style and quality of Pic ISfijii'1!.' "f? ?i J'J . i'e those made at the exchange li. Philadelphia by W k. F. Lmgenheim, their partners. I his new mode of deadening the background of pictures, by sundry liermaneiit colors, is HOW imtented. and givea such -^ Ho,,T*oty,s. aa to be lor the public very T ft TOwaeavvfettaa. Political Movements. Gen. Ti'Rney, say the Chicago Journal, "has address ed a letter to the Joint Signal, in which hf? dec lines be ins considered a cnndidatc lor l'on*ress in this district, at the approaching Aiigust election, for which position he had been named by his friends." It would seem from this, that a portion of the democrats of the Chicago dis trict are becoming tired of Wcntworth, and endeavoring to get up an opposition to him. Election ok State Orncsas in Khode Island.?The letter from our Newport correspondent, in the Herald of Thursday last, gave the official result of the late election in Rhode Island, for all State officers, except the Govern or and Lieutenant Governor, who failed of an election by the people. The Legislature, in grand committee, have elected Byron I Union Governor, by the following vote: For Dimon (law and order) til Jackson (Dorrite) 39 Dimon'* majority 22 The balloting for Lieutenant Governor stood as follows: For Elishn Harris (law and order) til Moss (Dorrite) 37 Blanks. -i Harris' majority 94 Election of State Officers in Connecticut.?The Legislature of Connecticut proceeded to ballot for State officer*, on the 7th instant, and tfie vote for Governor was as follows, viz: For Isaac Toticcv (democrat) 124 Clark Bisscll (whig) I Id Francis Gillette (abolition) 1 Toucey's majority 7 The following gentlemen had each eight majority: For Lieut Governor. Noyes Billings; Treasurer, Alou/.o W. Birge; Secretary, diaries W. Bradley; Comptroller, Ma son Cleavcland. Democratic Si(1'aiihles in Arkansas.?A very pretty wur is going on in Arkansas, between some of the leading democrats, growing out of an effort on the part of Gover nor Yell to supplant Colonel Ashley in the Senate of the United States. A Senator is to be chosen at the next ses sion of the Legislature, and a portion of the party are dis posed to retain Col. Ashley, while others have determined upon the election of Yell. H tans ami Softs.?The two factions of democrats in St. Louis, called hards and softs, are quarrelling violently about the election of delegates to a convention for the nomination of a representative in Congress. Judge Bow lin is the favorite candidate of the softs. Elected.?Mr. French, the present incumbent, has been re-elected register of deeds for Middlesex county, Mass., by more than 200 majority. A native has been elected Mayor of Quincy, Illinois. Foreign Theatricals. i. iklW Tho career of the Mi..e. Cu.hman " J**, ?ne the n>o?t auecesaful on record. The BSE^r-Tr10 h? intoxicated with their of t,he,e our, 'air countrywomen. We anuex Itthe RmTlKi ngl',h V"l>C'r' of hcr appearance a as in Liverpool. We need scarcely ?ay we allude to the appearance of the great American actraas, Alim Char lotte < ushman, and her (inter. Having Keen them and thereby being enabled to judge for ourteluei we can DubUn The' i'k ""Varulleled ?ucee?s in London and .Tp?"" Tb*i1r d*b?t nere wan in their great partg of Romeo and Juliet. From lint to last it was one nrn. gresiive climax of triumph. The oldest playtLn among u. became enthusiastic in their applause and judge* are unanimously of opinion that the * > the evening was one of the greatest ni-r-V?? ?lT e0 of tre. The balcony scene with Juliet, and that in h'rinr Lawrence-, cell if taken apart from Z development of the conception and execution as a whole most .Thu mgly convey the artistic tact and genh.7of thh wondir' fuTand singularly gifted actres/ Mi.. CuTn^'s fel.' IW^'rllmiEtf e ?ce *nd chin in particular, forci /" BrtSttFLf U*l> likene"? ?f Macrea '7' But the eye. and noble exjianjic of forehead and above all, the cxpro.iion, speedily cause the most fastidi ou. .tickler, for every actre.., for.ooth h.vinTan i? i_u. r j Angelic face divine," dr" . mere'y ?Wn deep, and to jield themselves up to the revintletfl swav of thia tnilv ffreat creature. Her figure i. tall, full and gLeful?^! her limb, are moulded .ymmetricallv Kn?o .Jo ? step, and foot, are .uch as will commLl the apvA of ^ competent judges of what con.titute mature beauty in the female form. So much for the .hall we .peak of Mi of her intellectuality? With all the manneri.m of mZ cread) , .he ponexes the subtle and fla.liing inten.itv of hdmund Kean. Pcitively, i? ?. ten Macreadie. distilled into one; and her Mer Mrrrilui -which, in gait and manneri.m?, MkmSvA coats-will iu.tlfy that portion of mirTS hr?? tcn.ity, of tbc mo.1 voltaic ami superhuman kind is tho \?ZT^!LC?iln>Ctin'tir of Mi" <'?-hman . acting Neterinour time, have we ween anything equal to it ti. astounding and indescribable, though Vmo.tvi? iTL' ^ i'i ?r fnc?n ?ffure? of .peech were retort ? to, by a license, to eke out our moaning. It i. no furv signifying nothing; quite the contrary. There is neither rant nor mouthing, hundred. 0f actrc.e. wsse." moie |>h> ?leal and lung force; but it i. tho head which rem and* whicfrowUcCure.thlnm*nCll0U"1V "u,ta?no'1 *????! ? secures an impreuiveness to this sur were greatly pleased, Mi.. Susan clStow i?a teTSSd handsome woman, with an eye and manner full of life i &i)d loveliness. At proacnt we can merely i>en a ?knts>ti but after seeing botfi the elder and the } oun^er rtstoVdu' ring the ensuing week, we shall notice their ces with the detail th^y so richly de^rre fo ri?*"; conclude this .hort notice without adverting, with un feigned admiration, to the finished and polished pronun I F'tt, ? articulation of both ladies. With the trnthful but .light exception of a nanal resonnance, ami which is onl) apparent at first, their (poken KnglUh is the purest and freest from peculiarity of any kind, whether metro politan, colonial or provincial, that the stage now-a-dav. can instance. This, too, wa. tho theme of general re mark among the educated and critical portion of Mis. Lu.hman . crowded audienco.?Liverpool Mercury. l-AVfr ( raiTo.?A Berlin corre.pondent of the Bre men of the '14th March, writes as follows-? .v. n .7* Ce",t; B?:ai.i!?.?The old anthu.ia.m of the BerUn people, for the ballet, ha. been again revived to the utmost extent, by the appearance ol the famous Vlis. Fanny ( ento. This danleuie, who possc.se. the .ITILT'1? ,Kncc ?r th? Itoli"n in thc highest perfec tion, nns created an extraordinary sensation hv her vouth beauty and skill In Berlin, .uch7.. h? n* l?ee"known for many year*. The genre in w hich Fanny Cerito ex cel. in the dance, (which i. technically called the balloon *enre) i. distinguished by the nature and roundness of her movement., and i. free from aU artificial or extrava gant efforts. Fanny Cerito does not posse., thc soul moving expression of Miss Fanny F'.lssler, but she sur the nubl* her? wV' "J 'l'hide lightne.. of her motion. The public, hero, ha. lieen seized with such a madnes. of enthusiaam, a. wa. hardly equalled by that which Jennv Lind created. We hail thi. ? erito enthusiasm as a whole nome counterpoise to the Lind enthusiasm." *A!f*J Ki^tLna i* VKPrici,?The correspondent of the Mgemeine Zetlung, writing from Venice. the| 28th of March, say. a. follow s :?" Fanny Klssler ha. again left us. She concluded her engagements on the 14th, and was greeted with .uch a storm of enthu.ia.m and applause as i h >rh n.,rrhle of' A' ,he'in h" peculiar manne" which i. full of expreuivene.., returned Uianks to the audience, the theatre shook with more than applause -it was the loud .lioutlng of ajubilee. Spring .ccmed to have gathered all it. beautiful flower, together on thi. occaaion. 1 he stage wa. covered with them?large bouquet, of beautiful camellias, three feet high, were handed to her ?H.^M0,^0| ' i^h.'Ch T" rBad'r 10 c?nve> her home,' nch!y bedecked and oaMred with garland, of flow i iT Brent c"n*' re*'^Sded to a late hour with the ?V|'!k Pi,nUW?Wh'uh *a. played under her window. | V"1 lh? "Ja7;e of torche. lighted un in honor of her, made [ "?i ' . .n,*ht of Venice brilliant with its flrrs, and spread a glaring light over 'he ancient city of tho Doges. Taglionl has determined to appear on thc stage no more? *? * C0ITe?P0ndent from Rome-she only .ppeared | eight times, and at each succes.lrn appearance the inter ??t oftheRoman people in her palpably decreased ami diminished, night after night. Here the ha. learnt that all v?.#Srt V"? for ,he T.?nt of '"chantment of jeuth. We think .he never will appear again on the stage ; she Is about to leave Rome to goto Come, whore she hat a charming villa. Th , . . Richmond. May 1, 1846. l lie MtnU- elections nr? over, and although new* from all -ection* of the. State haa not been fnllv rweivwl. ynt enrHigli if known to convince ti* tlmt the locoloco majority in the I^gislatiire hna been conaiderably reduced. The whig, are in better (pirita now than I have seen them for a long time before. of being able to re deem thi. old State from the rule or locofocoism. In thi. immediate neighborhood there are many rabid up-to-the hub democrat., who go every Inch for Oregon, up to M ' ?r war, ,Th?> are willing to .urtaio Polk in any course w hlch he may pursue calculated to plunge the country into ? disastrous and protracted war. Happily however, tin. number bear, a small proportion to the great body, who prefer peace, on honorable terma, and an equitable diviaion of the country in diapnte. The nol.y Allen, by hi. blu.tering and arrogant course In the Senate, has drawn down upon himself the ridicule and contempt of every reflecting, impartial man In thia quar '?'J' the State. Your correspondent at Washington? " The Doctor"?In hi. scriptural narrative of the Oreeon question, since it. introduction into f ongreaa ha. dr?Lr, a mo.t graphic and amuring picture of some of the pi in ciwil actors at Washington. y Poor Ingeraoll .tand. hera at rather a low ebb. Having been so completely uwd np by Mr. Web.ter ha h.. r " iterated hi. charge, and often to prove them to the M?is-' fcctton of the ceuMry, jprovlded he can obtain a commit .h. 1 tl0n- Wel1, hat hM heen granted him. ' n?W w,,t,n? anxions rx pec tat Ion fS ,^"'P0n ?! th*1 rommlttee. If (a. I doubt not it I will) the committee reimrt favorably to Mr. Webster, then Mr. Ingersoll will be up the spot** Mr. Dickinson, 01 )onr State, must have felt very cheap under the burn mg and cou.nming la.li of Mr. Web.ter. All mu.t a?l ""iiv *r* *hat he richly merited the infliction. .. probability of peace being pra^rved between Lngland and thi. country, ha. inspired man of holiness here with great conMence, and business seem, to be as flourishing a. ever Bo?toi?, May 8. lMfl Eait Windt? Celebration of ike Sum of Temporaace? Dealk oj Hon John Picturing?Mortality on hoard Brig Patapieo Pantngeri of Brig fialveiton, from A'auou?.Irriral of Seamm?Engraving of the Cam' bri?A Woman Mvrdtred by her Hutband. We had an cast wind yeaterday, cold enough to give a UreenlanJer the chilli. Of all things to be prayed foi, by poor mortal* here below, I would tint a?k a delive rance from these name intolerable east winds. They be numb all the facultiei of body and inind. cause much ill nature. and are the legitimate parent* of the "blue devil*." 1 heartily with lome ihrewd Yankee would invent a ma chine for turning theie ea*terly blast* in another direc tion?they are not only diiagreeable. but they bring disease and death with them, in the ihape of coruump tion. On Wednesday evening, the Son* of Temperance cali brated their third anniversary by a public parade, accom panied by a band of muiic. The order, to the number of five or six hundred, dressed in full regalia, marched through several of our principal streets, to the Tremont Temple, where an addreis was delivered by "Rev. Bro. Laming, of Auburn, N.Y." 1 am told that this order num ber* about one thousand member* in thi* city, and that the inctease at the present time is quite encouraging to it* friend*. The lion. John Pickering, recently City Solicitor, died on Tuesday evening, aged 69. Mr. Pickering wa* a son of the Inte celebrated Timothy Pickering, formerly a distinguished politicion of the federal party. The ion wa* a moderate supporter of the <ame sentiments; but hi* tastes never led him much into the political arena. Hi* literary acquirement* were of the highest order, and ho was consideiad one of the first philologists of the age He had for several years been President of the American Academy ol' Arts tmd Sciences, and was once elected President of Penn?j lvania University. He was a man of singular modesty, and possessed a heart full of benevo lence and kindness. Few men have been more deserving of confidence and oiteem. The passengers of the Cambria, as usual, have compli mented Capt Judkins. and he, as in duty bound, has re turned most unfeigned thank*. The Captain was lucky in getting out of a bad (crape *o easily. The brig Patapeco arrived hare yesterday from Bengo la, <oast of Africa, under command of Captain Land, late first officer of brig Bculah, having lost Captain Cushing, on the 17th February, and Mr. Hall, second officer, on th? 19th, both at Bengofa. They died of the fever. Alio, on the 1st of April, John Perry, first officer. The Patapieo alio lost overboard on the 17th March, William Smith, ?ram an. The brig Galveston, from Nassau, N.P., on the 'JMli ult., arrived here yeiterday, having on board T. Darling, lata United State* Consul at Nassau, lady and aon ? Capt. Thomdike, late master of brig Ashland, wrecked on Aba co, 26th March ; Captain Anderson, late master of brig Champlain, put into Nassau in distr?M and condemned; and Master Wm. McLeod and five seamen, sent home by the U. S. Consul. A draft of -J/iO seamen, for the frigate United States, Commodore Read, arrived in town yesterday morning from New York, via Norwich, under the command of Lieut Calhoun. Messrs. Hudson k Smith, of the Merchant*' Exchange, are about to publiah an engraving of the < ambria, a* *ne appeared on the ihore off'Cape Cod, taken from a drawing made on the spot An inquest was held on Wednesday evening, by Coro ner Pratt, on the body of Fllen Harper, found dead in her bed at No. II Cross street The verdict of the jury was that she came to her death from blows inflicted by her husband. The man has (been arrested, and the matter presented to the grand jur/. Varieties. Trial of Joh* Jo h Jin on.?The n"^al?. EfP"*' ?f 'ht" 6th inat., says that Mr. Dickinaon. of the U. 8. 8?nnte. has gone to Binghamton to defend Mr. Johnson, who ? tn & for the murder of Mrt. Bolt Hi. trial com?, on thii week. DrsraTERs.?Thirteen British seamen are in ctutody at Mobile, for deserting the bark Hynford. Tnf PAHnoNiKo Pow?:a.?The Secretary ofState, in obedicnce to a resolution of the Awembly, lowing number of jmrdons from the State prisons, for MX years: , rJ, In 1840, by Gov. Seward in 1841, ?? " In 1842, " " In 1843, by Gov. Bouck In 1844, " " In. 1846, by Gov. Wright w Cumberland Vallev Railroad Bbidue. ? Th? con tractors for the reconstruction of the SiSjj* Rail read Bridge at thi* place, says the "am.^rg are orocretsing with their work in Mich manner aa u> leacfui to believe that it will be finished before the aum_ mer liasses over; several of the pier* that were destroyed by the flood have been rebuilt, and the ?econd "pan of the wood work ha* already been put up. Foa CAi.iroR?riA.?Oeorga W. Curry, Km.. one of thr editor* of the St. Louis KrvrilU, ha? joined an expedition to California, under the command of Col. (iray?on. Rochester Mill*.?Tho eighteen Rochester flouring mills will run 93 run of "tone* for the present season. Ship Pa*ther.-B) a decision of his Honor Judge (itl christ, at Charleston, 8. C., this veasel ha? baen daelared a* forfeited for having been littcd out aa a slave trader. E.Z. C. Jcdsoh's Statement.?This celebrated^ihot at" has published a statement respecting theJfartvUle affair. The gift of It is contained in the folio winge*tract s 1 pronounce every charge that.haa been made ?nr?gard to improper intimacy between self unequivocally false and unfounded, and in phM M the unsupported assertion of one or two ???, known WD? my own bitter enemies, 1 demand proof ; proof that I ever touched that injured lady's hand even ; proof that ! e> er viaited her house at an improper hour, that 1 with her at an improper time or place; proof that in thought word or deed, either her or myself ever injured a husband when she tenderly loved?a man whom 1 esteemed. I defy this proof to be produced : had it been possible, the bloodhounds who used every numanejier; tionto destroy me, would long sine* have brought it forth. Robert Porterfield was an honorable and excellent man, but one of quick and ungovernable paaaion. He at tacked me upon the statement of a man known to be my enemy, and on the information received in an anonymous letter, probably written by the ver^man who started tha reports." Presidency or Yale CoLLE.is.-ProfeMor Woolaey and the Rev. Dr. Barnes, of Philadelphia, are spokenof m pro bable candidates for the succession to Mr. Day, in the pre sidancy of Yale College. Teleoraph Struck bv Lhihtjiino.-The wire of tha magnetic telegraph, Lancaster, says the 'n'*M'5M'7r' was struck by lightning ?c\?-rnl times during the thui der storms of last week. So damage was inr too small to contain a sulhcient quantity of OuW to p?dSce any. The sound produced by the stroke, in ha Interior of the telegraph ofoce. ww' J* '* JJ? report of a pistol, accompanied by tho emission of a lew sparks. MONTHLY REPORT FOR APRIL NEW YORK MEDICAL1 AND SURGICAL IN8TI TREATED. 3 Dormant Live,. I ? "* 4 *"."ZVcC 0,1 |l Kfcr. 7 Costiveness. 5 Bilious stomach. 1 Primary Consumption. 6 Cases of Dyspepsia. 3 Cases of Gravel. 7 Cases of OosorlKsa. Z Incontinence ln?f. J Palpitation of the Heart. 9 Seminal weakness. 2 Scald Head. 1 DroJ>sy Abdomen. 2 Difficulty in breathing. 3 Cases of Impotency 2 Ruptures, or Irgmual Her "' Blj" ;cV!tWKu"L'oPERA TIONB AND '" 4 Secondary Venereal. I Bleeding from lung?. 1 Opaeity of the cornea. 3 Rheumatism, acute. 2 Cases of midwifery. ft Cases of gleet t Eruption on the face. 1 Primary chancres. 2 Bad cough. I Pain m tha bach aad chest. I Tumor of the breast aader treatment. 3 I ue> of varieacele. Apopieiy. I Ln*e Tnmor removed from Emellae Brown while ia the mesmeric sleep. Sbe wss s? ancoeseWl" or it as if ?he had been dead. The operation was wit nessed bv V> or ? penile men. . _ _ I Annther large ?um?r re morrd from the bean of a gentleman, on flrh inst. I Ptrietnres enrtd in the nre 'bra. . , , I Enlarged uvula removed. 1 luno "i"?, , 1 Operation to relievr delor mity of the eyelids. 2 Cases of lajnry of the kaee joint. , . , t operations f"T ptym<m?. 1 Operation for smuittag. I Fracture of both bones of the arm. I Hydrocele. t < bronie enlarged testii. I Toasil removed. t Irritation at aeek of bladder 1 Abscesses ope aad. 4 Ulcers in iattain. Enlarged nvnls remoy-n. i ? -v.-.- ? tv? i?i? attendrd to between 9 aad 1#, [oreaotm. Tbepoo Institution is not connected with any o'lier in this city- ||. BOSTWICK, M. D.t mv? Sw'rrc AtteaiHag Btuftow and rtrysicisa. "niOELOW'S NEW ENGLAND EXPRESS. ?%n.d? Pi<k*es, Parcels and business, ta ?y ?f <??? H^^rV?d Ve?oJr,nwill ha if 8SK3 to .he car. of , ?UttOW. N B -Be sura ta mark Pseksge. io cara of ' ? E,rr'" N6TICB. " iHtied this l?h day of Apriljg*, HHjj " ch.n?inj!Xir aaifgrm^or t^y ahont forming ?-* ? h_J. ^ \ fnll *Mortsr?ent of evary variety, cusslaadf "th* '^"ttVo^ATACAP, ? 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