Newspaper of The New York Herald, May 10, 1846, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated May 10, 1846 Page 3
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P??npllH ?r (k? OM? llTtr. .,??< S/o/r of Rivtr. mattt, .May 8 10 ft 4 inch**, ris'g. sliHr, May 8 IS feet ?unrh, May | 6 7] feet, falling. kvifle, May 3 sVeet 10 inch** '1 JHOSTKY MARKET. Hatmnby, Mmy 9?0 P. M. e Mexican uewi, received in the it reel early thin ing, depreued price* very materially, and apecula vcre undecided how to act It ia fine time* for the , and the probability i* that price* will touch a much r level. The anxiety for further new* from the Rio J* increase*, and the freateat excitement prevail* in :ial and commercial circle*. Where thi* matter will io one pretend* to predict. the opening of the flnt board, thi* morning, the ten . of price* wa* upward*, and *ome tale* were made advance on yeaterday'a price*; but before the ad .ment, the Mexican new* cameto hand, and a general ae wa* experienced. Long I (land fell ofl' ] per cent; ?m, J; Reading Railroad, 1; Norwich and Worcea f; Canton, ]; Morri* Canal, i; Farmer* Loan and iylvania 5'*, advanced } per cent; and Ohio 0'* 1 firm at yesterday'* price*. the tecond board, quotation* for the fancie* declined arther, and the market cloaed very heavy. iriou* $4'* of the Thame* Bank, Norwich, Connecti re in circulation, L. Brewer, Ca*hier, Edward Whi President; luppoaed to be altered from the Tenth ! Bank, New York. Plate engraved by Danforth, rwood St Co., New York: Underwood, Bald, Spen Hufty, Philadelphia. The vignette, female holding iping infant?end piece*, Solon and female with book. ;> bottom of the bill a train of car*.] rfreceipta|of the Central Railroad, Michigan, for tc periodajhave been*a?annexed Ce*TBAL.)JU|LI10AD MlCNICiK.W| if * Freight. Panen't. Mall. Total. lo Apriljl,??.... 5,391 2.GA5 1.322 S<t,TO8 JO. *44,to Aprilll, '45... l,9T 3,9M ? 6,978 ?M'45, to April l.i'<<. .. 14,651 5,119 L?97 '2U.M8 .ill~be)perceivcdjhyfthn atatcmeutfthat thejreceipta e'period included, in'l845jwere~veryf limitedjcom with those for the previou* year. This decreaae ?wing to deficient harvest* of 1845, and the limited ntofproduce,fcc.'comingto'market Thi*jear,the pi* *o far haveibeen very.large,(chowing a'per cent ue almost unprecedented in the|hiatory of railroad*, freighting] busineas?of this road appearsjto^be tho esti aourc income,^butjthe^pftascnger [receipt* mtimefrbe <veryfeinportant|ltem^ ? ~ilhB eJLegislaturefof Michigan\have|anthorizedfthejialo above road to a gampany of Eastern capitaliata; but 'ie passage of the law, there has been an indirect made by some of those interested to back out, up ?lea that the probable passage of the Independent .-y Bill, will compel them to .husband their reiour The idea of attributing such things to the operation > independent treasury bill is absurd, and is more >ur with small potato politicians, than anything else, ilist* should know, and most of them do know, that 'option of any new financial syMem on the part of .overnmenl, no matter how restrictive it may be in fleration, can have no very great effect upon their "meat*, *o long as they are confined to a legitimate tel. his cue, we look upon the probable pasiage of the endent treasury bill, as the strongest argument in of securing the road upon the condition* offered by ate. By the terra* of purchase, a certain kind of bonds were made, receivable in payment at their ind the remainder of the bond*?(hoio set afloat by orris Canal and Banking Company, as the agent of nte, and sold to the United Btates Bank?were made able at the amount, with interest added, which the had received for them. All the bonds can bo pur d below their par value, and the establishment of dependent treasury bill, if it would depreciate the of any stocks, would depreciate those of delin States. The difficulties surrounding us on all in our foreign relations, and in our financial affairs, more to the injury and depreciation of 8tate stock* market, than Bny other; while on the other hand, ad (tocks and those having a more Axed value, 1 would not be a* much affccted by any rupture in oreign relations, are at present more desirable in tent*. In this view, we consider that an exchange chigan bonds for Michigan railroads, must appear vorable to,those interested, that they will not per. he present opportunity to pass without availing :elves of it ill passod the House of Representatives, of Michi' >n the 4th instant, constituting certain State officers ird of Sale of the public works. In case the rail (are not taken by the proposed purchasers, they are -ized to sell them to other*, on the same terms, and he same privileges. Governor has vetoed the bills to incorporate the iaven and Lake Michigan Railroad Company ; to 1 the charter of the Troy It Rochester Railroad, > incorporate the Flint Ic Saginaw Navigation Com annex a comparative table of the aggregate re. in Cincinnati, of leading articles, by river, canals tilroads, from September to May first, in each of the wo year* :? Commerce or Cincinnati. .Irticlf. lot.v 1846. -'.bus 40,710 39,090 I, biles... 4,679 2,927 ?es. barrels 18,652 34,167 . hogsheads 11,437 9,939 barrels 3,800 2,W. boxes f, 88 867 ?.do 38,160 81,223 casks 2,731 820 barrels 123,189 179,236 do 11,862 21.864 kMS YVJ 36,632 47,930 nd Bacon, hhd* 3,269 2,712 Do. tierces ooj 72 Do. barrels 43.021 60,724 Do. pounds 2,846,943 4*>10,333 t, bushels. 334,413 351,396 uy, barrels 116,894 86,430 re ha* been m very large business done in flour, , cheese, pork and baoon, in bulk and in barrels, this i, compared with last Old Stock Exchange, Dhio 6?, 'SO 96 40 Canton Co 39 'ciui 5* 67W 24 do b!4 :I9 do blO G7K 100 do b30 39 do 67V 76 do 38V do b60 68>4 60 do ?60 18 do a?0 67 400 do 38 Merchants' Bk 109>,' 450 Harlem RR enix Bank 84 100 do rmers'Trust 26V 200 do do do .10 47V do blO 47V do >30 47?J do h60 48 ? do s30 47*2 76 L Island RR 34>i 160 do b30 36 126 do 34V 60 do >30 36'i 100 do l>30 34V 200 do blO 34V 30 do 34 Second Board. sIO 74 30 Harlem RR *10 47 sJ 74 30 leading RR bio 67 UK 30 do blO G7 sIO 33\ SO Morris Canal 16l* sIO 26 do 13^ *30 23 111 Stat* Bk 12 Hew Stock Exchann. Morris CI Mon 14 100 *hs Nor fc Wor c 37 do c 1} 23 do b3 do Mon 14 V 30 do c do _ _ c 14X 30 do Mon do Mon 13V SO do Mon rmers' Trust e 26}a 23 do c M\ do Mon 26S 30 do b3 36' Island RR Mon 34V 23 do b3 66 do s30 34V 60 do *3 44V ?irlem RR c 41 50 do Mon iiC lnB do Moil 55 V do Mon 44S do e sh 56 do Mon 56 do *3 66 do b3 56f, do b5 66 do e 36V do Mas 3AU do c 33>, Harried, the 3rd instant, in Philadelphia, by Bishop Renrick, 'redebick SciriBT, of New York, to Miss Mary Raiser, of Philadelphia. TENNIS COURT, 233 BOWERY. E Subscriber, having taken the above-named piece, uuld inform hia friends and the Public that the Ball , and the whole of the establishment, ha* undergone a , ish repairing. To the Alley ha* been added a gallery, t oy 23, for the convenience of the apectators. This, in alley of HO feet, in complete order, he trnsts will be ient to secure the patronage of llie lovers of that healthy vortte amusement. As for the quality of his Liquors, s. snd refreshments, he will leave to the judgment of istomers H. WOOLLY. Bat Ball Alley, Directly opposite Prince St. j ? York, May 7, 1846. myt Im'm VAVA SEOARS.?IMjOOO of the finer qualities only, rceived per Norma and Mudara, (ram Havana ; corn 1 i! a ririety of the choicest brands. They are entitled to ture, and offered at lower rates than any other imported, 1 ure quick sales. GLORGE WELLS, Jr., l'3t*r 198 Front ?t. . B. CLARKE, MERCHANT TAILOR, S REMOVED from 1? William .treet to 116 William ? treet, withia 4 door* of John.?A rich and faahionable 1 ment of Goods will always be kept on hand, and will [ ide to order, at such price* a* must comipand the atten 1 r the truly economical. while the style and finish will, man of taste. *pe*k f?r thenuelvea. i ill good* are bought for cash, and, therefore at the very I t ~tes. a finer article will be manufactured, at a lower the credit twlprs e? possibly furnish. fcWtfai* scale or ra,c*s. (?'reach Cleth Black Dress Coet, from ?'3 to ?? on Doeskin Pants J to 8 50 of Satin, Silk, kr ?? ? ? ? je J 00 *? ?*ats, and all other article* ususlly sold by.the trade, <jf Broadway, nyf l?*rw _ GEORGE KENSETT D ESftCTFULLT informi hi* Friends and ike Public. ] *% that he ha* opened hu New KsUhliefcmaf, ?J Pearl ?treel. nest bfctck to bis late residence, k?ii| a more commo dious I>lace, aud by hit loug eipericacr u a caterer for the pub lic, he h<?te* to obtain a share of their patronage. The Bar will be furnished with the best of Ale and Porter. Wine and Spirits, (iood Boarding w ith dean and comfortable Lodging can be obtaiued ou most rrasoiiabAterms. gymnastics. . . The Rooms will b? open for Private Lesaoua in the Ait of Self Defence. A Complimentary Benefit will be given to the above, to take place at the Shakapeare Hotel, ou Mouday the lltb last, when, in the above art, all the ulent ui the country will be preseut. mylOtf jc TO JEWELLERS AND OTHERS. A COMPLETE SET OF OOLD PEN MACHINERY l\. for sale, new, in perfect order, and accompanied with practical instructions it desired. A line addreasedto PARKS, Tribune Office, will be promptly atteuded to. mylO Jt'rc DR. POWELL, OCULIST, AND OPERATIVE SURGEON, A TTENDS to Diseases of the Eye and to all Imperfec ta. tions of Vision, from ? to 4 o'clock, at his residence, Ml Broadway, corner of Warreu street. Opthalmia. Stoppage of the Teat Passage, Cataract, and OpaciHes^effectually removed. entiop and success, or Squinting, cured in opacities, effectually removed. AMAUROSIS treated with great attention and success. Inveterate cases of STRABI8MU3, a few minutes. Just imported, ARTIFICIAL EYES, of snperior beauty and finish. SPECTACLES adapted to every defect. Advice to the poor w ithout charge. Office and residence K1 Broadway?entrance 1)1 Warren street. fclO If m WINDOW SHADE DEPOT, No, 7 SPRUCE STREET. CSTABLISHED I* 1W0. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, WHaU;.8 of all descriptions, kinds and sizes, 50 percent. OlWapertban can be bought at any other places. Trim Ulauufacturers' price. BARTOL, DE MAUNY It Co., my8 lm*rrc Manufacturers k Importers. CORNS! CORNS! THE ARABIAN CORN PLASTER, N effectual and warranted cure for Corns, is easily ap plied, and gives immediate relief. In case it should fail cure, the money will be returned. For aale by David Sands It Co., 77 East Broadway, 100 Fulton street, aud 273 Broadway ; C. H. Ring, 1M Broadway ; C. Hubbard, 418 Hudson street; Wyatt k Ketcliain, 121 Fultou street ; J. Smith, 241 Spring street; and by Druggists generally. Price 23 ceuts per box. mv8 lm?r RESPECTABLE Youug WOMAN wants a situation as Plain Cook. A first-rate washer and ironer. Apply at 232 Thirteenth street, near the First Avenue. mj-5 2teod*rrc A LADY of respectability wishes very much to go as com panion to a lady; she has no objection to the country, or ta travel. A line addressed to 8. H., at the office of this paper, shall beattended to. a28 1m*rc A WANTED, AN experienced manufacturer of wheat stareh.One who un demands the manufacture of " Pearl, and other qualities of starch, can hear of a desirable situation by '"dressing A. B., box 1363, Bostou, Mass. Post Office. aM3w>rc A LADY who has recently arrived from Europe is de sirous of obtaining a situation as Governess in a respect able family; she teaches the usual branches of e d neat I on; mu sic on an approved system. A line addressed to X., Z.f at the Herald office, shall be attended to. Would have no objection to take pupils nt her own residence. a27 lm?rc THK PAVILION, 15K1GUTON. THK PWILION, New Brighton, having undergone con siderable repairs\and embellishments since the last sea son, is now in a more perfect state than it has ever been since it was first opened. Kverythinq that could tend to the com fort and accommodation of parties who may honor it by mak ins it their summer resideuce, has been added, and the pro prietor feels assured that he does not in any way presume when he asserts that it is the most elegant and complete sum mer establishment on this continent. , ? To persons from distant parts of the Union, and foreigners, who have never visited the Pavilion, it may be necessary to state that New Brighton is situated on Staten Island, at X dis tance of less than six miles from New York. The Pavilion commands magnificent views of the bay oi New York, the Hudson and East rivers. Long Island, and nearly down to the Narrows. Its position is at once beautiful and salubrious, the temperature being iu summer several degrees cooler than in Excellent steamboats are constantly plying between New York and Staten Island, the average time occupied in the pas sage being only from twenty-five to thirty minutes ; so that persons residing at New Brighton cin reach the busineM part of the city more speedily than from the upper part of Broad way, and the delightful trips across the bay are highly condu cive to health. ? ...... j The Pavilion will oj>en for the season on the 14th mst, and the proprietor will be happy to treat with parties who may wish to engage apartments for the whole season, or for a shorter period ; and if they will please to address a note to the undersigned, care of Mr. C. C. Marsh, 88 Cedar street, in forming him where lie may call upon them, or making an ap pointment, it will be immediately attended to. The Steamboats for New Brighton start from No. 1 Pier, NprthRiver- F.BLANCARD. Pavilion, New Brighton, M?y 5,1*16. myB lmrrc CAMPIIINE AND CHEMICAL OIL. THE Subsoriber it prepared to sniudy dealere with a supe rior quality of Camphine and Chemical Oil. at a lower price than any other establishment in this iity, delivered free ol cartage. Alio Spirit* of Turpentine, at the very lowest market price. Apply '^CKLINr Office 159 Water atreet, above Maiden lane. aU lm*r Distillery, 1st arenne and 25th atreet. OARDING IN SOUTH BROOKLYN.?Two or three Gentlemen and their Wives, alio three or four Single Oentlemeu, can be accommodated with good board and com fortable room., at No. 1 Atlantic street, within a few steps of the ferry. Please apply as above. myl 3t-rrc BOARD. ONE or two Single Gentlemen can be accommodated with rooms, in a private family, with breakfast and tea, and dinner if required, on Sundays, in an airy and healthy situation, within a few doors of Broome street, and in the immediate vicinity of Broadway. The arartn^nts are fittted up with comfort. A line addressed tor. C-, at the office ofthe Herald, will be answered bythe necessary refer ences. my6 Iw'rrc REMOVED TO NO. 547 PEARL STREET. TIMOLAT'S SULPHUR BA1HS. ESTABLISHED Iff 1821. THESE BATHS are highly recommended by the most eminent Physicians for tne cure ol Rheumatism, Eru|> tions ofthe Skin, Scrofula, Pain in the Joints, Salt Rheum, lie. lie. To be had daily at 517 Pearl street, near Broadway. mvl lm'rrf KESTAUKAT & STORE IN K ROAD WAV, TO LET, 550 Broadway, convenient to Niblo's. The Res taurat is neatly fitted up. and the Store is well situated for a segar dealer, harness or boot maker, or any business in the gentlemeu's line. Apply at Mr. Brocklebank s, in the next store, who has the keys. m>* " r _ FAMILY BOARDING SCHOOL^ ALADV residing in the country, has for several yean taken into her family a number of children, not exceed ing ten, as boarders and scholars. Her time is entirely devoted tothein, and no pains spared to render the house a pleasant home to the pupils, and to advance them in iheir studies. Great attention paid to their health and morals. The loca tion is very retired and healthy. No day scholars admitted* There are at present three vacancies, ror references and terms inquire at 31 Hammond street. my? "w r 700400 HAVAUATa PRlWlPE SEGARS. 120 Bales HAVANA TOBACCO, as follows Emulacion, Eaculapio, Pressed, Rionda Kegalie, Ban Roman, Rionda do., Esperanxa do., La Victoria, Lafayette do., Washington do., Esperanxa, Rionda Congressoi, Lafayette do., Rionda, Do. Plantation, Pnncine Steamboat, Lafayette, Principe Justo Sanx, Via. Jajo Tobacco. The whole entitled to debenture, snd in lots to salt, ror sale by B. M. PICABI A, . mV7 Im'r 117 Frontst., near Wall, up stairs. BILLIARDS. ARCADE BILLIARD SALOON (late Empire), in Ba? clay street, near the Astor House.?MICHAEL, so long known to the billiard playing portion of the city, respectfully iuforms his friends, patrons, and billiard players in general, that he has taken the above large, airy, and well-known estab lishment. where they will find ill first-rate order Nine of the best Billiard Tables iu the city, with good attendance. He respectfully invites a call from his friends. Oentlemen or parties wishing to play by themselves, can have a table in a room to themselves, by applying at the bar. Oentlemen will fimS*lbm?rC" 1 ^ICHAtrPHELTN"' COPPER?50 cases English Sheathing Copper For sale by myl K. K. COLLINS li Co.. 56 South at. -30U bales Bridport Seine Twine. For sale by lmyl _ E. K.COLLINS li Co.. 50 South st. CON STI P ATI ON <C OSTI VE N E SS) DESTROYED, WITHOUT MEDICINES, INJECTIONS OR BATHS. Di'coifwsr'#MtT<is*ranrr PRICE 30 cents. Fifth English Edition, translated from the ,23d French, feold at the National Depot of Warton, of Paris, No. 152 William street. New York ^ also by Mr. John Milhan, No. 113 Broadway; Mr. C. H. Ring, corner Broad way anil John street ; Messrs. Wyatt Ic Ketrhum, 111 h niton Ttree" and in Brooklyn, by Mr. Charles Bteane. 141 Fulton st. myB lm*r _______ DAGUERREOTYPE APPARATUS. JOHN ROACH, OPTICIAN. ? NASSAU Street, hiu constantly on hand the Voightlander, French and Ameri can insrtamenu, and every article used in the art. Operators will fiud his preparation, now called Roach s Uuickstuff, to work with certainty and quickness, and to be cheaper for use than mixing their own cheimcala. Cash orders from tne coun try promptly attended to. myl lm rrc FOR SALE, THE LEASE, Furniture, Fixtures, kc.. or a popular HOTEL, on the Bloommgdale Ri*d. ror full particu lars, terms, he., apply to Mr. Jackson, at N<w367 Broome St. my* Iw'rrc TAKE NOTICE. THE Subscriber having made arrangements, and considera bly enlarged his premises, is now ready to do all kinds ol Blacksmith and Machuie work in general on the most reasona ble terms, at the shortest notice. ... . . N. B ?To Saddlers and othera?100 sets of Hame? on hand, for sale. U. BROADHI RST. *22 lm*m 251 K. ZV Spring street. TO~TH E TEaTc OF FEE~ AND SUGAR TRADE, fce. ECONOMISTS, FAMILIES, HOTEL KEEPERS, ke. J. S. SCOTT Ac CO., No. 78 NASSAU STREET. CORNER OF JOHN HAVING purchased the first lot of the new season's Trts, possessing that richness ol flavor so generally combined, and ao rarely obtained, offer wholesale or retail, a large varie 2 of Green and Black Teaa, of the best finality only, inclu- | ng the old fashioned Souchong and English Breakfast Tea, ; suen as used to be imported twenty yesrs ago. The stocks of | Coffee, Sugars, lie., need no comment, as tney are selected of ! J.V'sC^TT** CO. are also supplied <ut1i a stock of fresh ? imported Glaagow Spiced Hams; old English Cheese of great variety and flavor. All Qoods bought will be delivered within five miles of the city free ol charge. And all orders from the country, with en cloeed remittances, will me? the same honorable dealing aa if selected by the pertiea themselTeir J. 8. SCOTT fc CO., 7i Naasau at., mJO lm*m near John st. IRISH BLACK MARBLE. A CARGO of sttperior Irish Black Msrble, from the cele brated quarry of Arthur Ireland, Esq., |of Gal way, per bark Clarcace, is expected daily. For sale, to arrive, by mv.t 2wis r PF.RSSE h BROOKS. CHi <7 Nwm at. GEORGE WILLIAMS, DYER. " C3IIAWL CLEANER, RESTORER AND BLEACHER, O 4I7S Broadway.?G. W. returns his most sincere thanks lor the' very liberal support he ha* received for yesrs past, and trusts that with strict attention to business hw removal from 471? to Broadway, near Howard street increase titan decrease his number of Patrons, hejl,lr<]ges ?""" self that nothing shall be wautine to merit the patronage of a discerning and independent Public. Silk, Cottoned Wollg Ooods Dyed, lie. Real and French! ashmere,Merino,. Brocljc and Thibet Shawls, cleaned in a Jery superior style in three diys after receiving them. Silk, ""tin, tyOIje" Damask Window and BedCurtains, cleaned, dyed and water ed on a very superior and entirely new plan. (}. W. woulrt direct the attention ofthe Ladies to his very superior jtrlt of Watering Silk.Hkc., having the best workmen and machinery in the city. Carpets, Rug', Table Covers and t-nsnrh cleaned OeotleuienVWearmg Apparel cleaned and dyed by m antii* iic * i>roc?si sud tatumed in three day,. Merchant* i* att*ud*a ?o, ?Uo fyaMUky.., NEW YORK AND HARLEM RAILROAD COMPANY. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Of?owi-*fter Friday, May Ut, IM, the can will run a* fol Leave City Hall for Yorkville, Harlem, and Monrisia M,at 7 ?, ?, 10 and II o'clock, A.M.: I, 2,3>?. 4K, ?? ?>, ? cl.>cX, P.M. Ltart City Half for Kordhain and Wil _ _ i , - - - '? *5d Bronx, leave tlie City Hall at I o'clock, P.M., an<T leave White Plains at 1 o'clock in the morning. On Suuday*, the White Plain* Train will leave the City Hall at ? A.M., and iK P.M.; laW Bridge, at 7, 18, and U o'clock, A.M.; I, J?. J, o clock, P.M. Leave City Hall for Hnnt'a Bridge, Bronx, Tuckahoe,; Hart'* Comer, aad Whit* Plaiu*, at 7 and 10 o clock/ A.M!; 2 and J o'clock, P.M. Leate Harlem and Yorkville at 7 10,110, S, 10. and 11 10 o'clock. A-M.; It 40; ?, 3 10, J 10, ik, < 10, and 7 o'clock, P.M. Leave William* Bridge and Kordham at CM, 7W, and loW o'clock, A.M.: 12*4, IK, *k. and IX o'clock, P.MT Leave White Plain* at t and 9 aVloct, A.M.; 2 and 3 o'clock, P.M. _The freight traiu will ????????I, m ImhHh _nd 3U 1 , will leave White Plain* at 7 A.M., and 6 P.M. On Sunday*, the Harlem and William*' Bridge Traiu will be regulated according to the ?tate of the weather. U* lm*rc SPRING AND SUMMER. CLOTHING, AT THE CASH TAILORING AND CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT OF W. H. DECK GOT It CO., No. 101 Fulton Stbekt, WHERE the following great attraction* will be present ed :?Cloth Coat*, Irom it to tl<; Alpacca Coat*, from $3 30 to |i; Thin Coat* of Linen*, Gingham* and Print*. from 73 cent* to $2 JO; Cas*imere Pant*, from $3 to $6; Merino Pant*, from (2 to $3 SO; Drilling, and other Summer Pants, from SI to 93; Satui Vestv from $2 to SI; Summer Vests, from 74 cent* to SI 73. Also, a large a**ortment of Cloth*, Caa*imere*, and Vesting*, which will be made to order to *uit the mo*t fa*tidiou*. Boy*' Clothing, equally cheap? which price* are ADMITTED to be TWENTY-FIVE per cent cheaper than any other (tore in the city. m2! Im'rc CLOTHING MUCH LOWER than the General Price*.?JACOB VANDERBILT, 36 Maiden Lane, betweeu William and Nas*au itrert*?the cheapest faahionable Gentlemen'* and Boy's Clothing Establishment in New York. N.B.?Hundreds of (larjnent* ready made, which will be sold wholesale or retail, very low. _ m20 Im'rc SECOND HAND CLOTHING and Furniture Wanted.?The highest cash price giveu for all kinds of Second-hand Goods, by B. LEVy, 49k Chatham atrret. N.B.?A line through the Po*t Office will be punctually at tended to. Constantly on baud, a aeaaonable assortment of uew and second-hand Clothing, cheap for ca*h. mil lm*rc TO TAILORS. THOSE who wish to attaiu a complete knowledge of the art of cutting all the various *tvle* of garment* worn at the present time, would do well to obtain Stiueinet'a work on the tubject, which i* universally allowed to be com Slete?the price of wtfich i* from t to 10 dollar* per copy ; the ifference in price being wholly in the binding. To be had of the author, No. 113 Broadway, New York. all ln>*r MODEL OF NEW YORK. THE UNDERSIGNED i* now receivingonlera for view* to be represented upon the canopy of hi* Model of New York, which will be *oou completed. Theae view* vary from 10 to 30 niches in length, and are represented for a moderate compensation. They include representations of public build ings, place* of buaine**, manulactones, hotel*, private resi dences, steamboata, packet*, he. A number of the mat artiat*, both landacapea and decorative riainter*, can find employment by apply at the office?alio a ew agent*, and peraona capable of trauaacting buaiueu. Oilier hours from 2 to 6 P. M. all lm*rr~ ^|' ?"PTER BELDEN.360 Broadway TO MARRIED LADIES.?A Secret Worth Knowing Apply for further particulate to Dr. CH. F. MONTEL, lower post effice. No letters taken from the office unless they are po*t paid. *2 lm*rc TO MACHINISTS AND MANUFACTURES. LATHES of all description*, from 7 to 23 feet long. furni*h ed at short notice. Al*o, cutting engine*, *uitable for all kiud* of work. For term* and description, direct to the sub scriber, Hudsou, New York. *4 lm*rc JAS. T. PERKINS. FUME HATH. ' TO ALL who are afflicted with rheumatic complaint*. we would say go and try Dr. Swett'i Sulphur Kume Bath, 304 Broadwav. The peculiaritlei of it are such, that it cure* effectually this complaint, also all other diseases ol a chronic nature, such as Scrofula, Gout, Salt Rheum, diseases or the Skin, Joints, &c. The charges are ?o moderated, as to fetch it within the means of all. m29 lm*m ASTOR HOUSE BATHS~ TEntrance. No l Ve?e y street, (Private door Astor House.) HK PUBLIC are respectfully informed that the above Baths are in complete order. The bathing tubs are en tirely uew, (copper,) and the largest in this city. In point of cleanliness and attention, the baths cannot be excelled. The Baths are open until II o'clock st night, (Saturday uight, II.) Price of a bath, 25 cents. The warm Sea Baths at Desbrosses itreet, are as usual open from sunrise, until 11 o'clock, P.M. m*' Im'r HENRY C. RAB1NEAU. Proprietor. MAGIC HAIR DYE. RED OK GREY WHISKERS clanged to a beautiful black, instantaneously, by the application of Phalon's ma gic Hair Dye. Country gentlemen can have a bottle forward ed them by express or otherwise, by sending their orders,cash euclosed, to K.. Phaloii, 61, under Judson's Hotel, Broadway, "rice $1 i?er bottle, with lull directions for use accompanying each bottle. City gentlemen are invited to call at the depot, where they can have a superb pair of black whisker* substituted for red or grey ones, in less than Ave minutes. m? lm?rc JOSEPH MARTEL, flRENCH DINNER ROOM, 13 Beaver street, near Wall and Pearl streets, white.fronu. Dinner from II A.M. till 5 P.M. Price fixed ?cents. myj lw*r THE AMAZON WIGS, OR Gentlemen's real Heads of Hair, being the latest and greatest improvement in 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 to any height, a point in wig making never before attained.? They are composed of ventilating or gossamer work. They fit on the head by a mechanical contrivance entirely new; they are put on in a moment. They immediately adapt themselves to the cuuuteuance and at once become part and parcel of the living man. Copy the address. E. PHALON, 61 Broadway, opposite the aM lm*rc Globe Hotel, under Jndson's Hotel. FRENCH ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS] HENRY * KAHN, IMPORTERS. 43 NASSAU 8TREET, UP 8TAIRS, have received, by late arrivals from their house in Paris, and offer for sale, a very large and choice selection of the NEWEST STVLE8 OF ARTICICIAL FLOWERS, in btmcW, wreaths, sprigs, garlands, lie., lie., together with a most extensive assortment of MATERIALS FOR ARTIFICIAL FLOWER MAKERS, embracing a variety unsurpassed in richness and extentiby any other importation. Also?Artificial dowers by the case, imported expressly for the jobbiug 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 r reucli and American manufacture, has not received the least injury by the late fire at 121 William street, as the 'goods were removed in time. E. V. will continue to sell wholessle rand retail, at the lowest prices, at 111 William street, and begs dealers to inspect his stock before buying elsewhere, al I m ? re KKEiNCH ARTIFICIAL FLOWEKS. AND MATERIALS FOR FLORISTS.-Having just re ceived by the Havre packets, Zurich and Francois 1st, a fresh assortment of French Flowers and Materials, of the best quality and latest styles, at low prices, we take pleasure to invite the dealers in the same articles, to call and examine, at BRUN, LAROSIEKE It COURT, mlT lm*mc 116 William street. 192 BROADWAY. ? . CORNER OF JOHN 8TREET. TO THOSE WHO SHAVE THEMSfLVES. [ from the Keening Pmf.l SPECIMENS of RINK'S unapproachable VERBENA ^ CREAM FOR 8HA\ I NO.?This article, universally praised by those who made trial of it, last year took the first Cremium of the Institute Fair. Indeed, it is fully conceded y those who know, that it is impossible to manufacture an article eaual to it. It is softening to the skin, fragrant to the sense, a destroyer of freckles and pimples, and is sold cheap er than the old soaps. All, therefore, who would consult economy and comfort in shaving, should posaess themselves of it. From the New York Gazette.?The New Soap.?We speak from experience, and we speak from the more professional knowledge of onr benefactor and friend, James Grant, No. 4 Anu street, who nays it is ahead of any tiling ever yet found put in this department of modern improvement. It is not on ly an emollient, "but it is something more." In short, we believe it is the best shaving soap in the world. From the Evening Mirror.?Ring's Verbena Cream, we know by experience to be the hest kiud of sliaviug soap, and those persons who have troublesome beards, should not be without it. It has a penetrating way of its owu, and softeus the hardest and roughest beard, so as to render the operation of shaving perfectly easy. Mr. Ring has lately takeu the bu siness of Dr. Milnor, at the corner of Broadway and John street, where Ins 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. From the Sunday Dispatch.?Every man who shaves him self should procure "King's Verbena Cream." It is an ex quisite 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, ana for sale, wholesale and retail, and for exportation, by C. H. RING, Druggist, 192 Broadway, corner 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 cannet be beat?the splendid new label, from a steel plate, engraved by Messrs lUrtvdou, Wright li Hatch, far exceeding any thing of the kind "before the public. mS lm*r AT 186 NASSAU STREET, THE Highest Price, in Cash, is paid for Gentlemen's Clothing, and sold again ou the most resonable terms. Also, Repairing, Cleaning, Dyeing and Dressing, in the most elegant and superb style. On liana, 100 Drape d etc Coats, and 200 Linen Pants, cheap?with an assortment of seasonable Clothing, such as Coats $9 to 12; Pants |ltoi; Vests M cents. a9 lm*rc KAiNCY SOAPS AND PERFUMERY. NO. THREE COURTLANDT STREET, Depot for the sale of the Walnut Oil Military Shaving Soap, Highly Scented Toilet Soaps, Elegant Extracts, Essences, Colognes, Hair Oils, Pomatums, together with every other article in our line. Country Merchants, Druggist and Dealers in general are invited to examine our extensive assortment, where they csn be supplied at the lowest rates. Superior p?le and No. 1 Soaps, Patent Clirystslline Candles, always on had. a7 Im'rre JOHNSON, VROOM ?t FOWLER. THE LONG ISLAND INSURANCE COMPANY. CAPITAL 200,000 DOLLARS. OrricE 41 Fulto*street, B*oo?lv?<. CONTINUES to take risks on buildings, machinery, mer handite and property generally, on their usual favorable terms. This company lias passed through the two grestest conflagrations that Have ever occurred in the country ; they owe their escape from them with comparatively slight losses to the system which they have always practised of limiting and scattering their risks. All losses which the company may sustain will he adjusted and paid promptly as heretofore. The < oinpany take special rare try notify their customer* in New York, ol all expirations of policies. B. W. DKLAMATER, President. a3 2mis*r E. C. FINN, Secretary. The ci?y fire insurance cOmPanY. OrricK No. ?1 Wsi.t. sT*r.?:T. City or New Yon?. ATITAL STOCK $210,000, all paid in cash, and securely v invested according to the provisions of ita charter. This Company he* been in business twelve* ears, and in that time has paid losses by fire upwards ol fliO.ilw. The present asset* of the Company exceed it* capital stock more than $24,000. Insurance against loss or damage by I1 ite effected on appli cation, at reasonable terms. . ? R. A. READING, President. al9lmins*m D. F. CURRY, Secretary. H Potash, Sal Soda, C arraway Seed, Oil Lemon, Whit* Wax Castor Oil, (Jerman Cologne, Russia Isinglas, ? TO country merchants, druggists, AND BAKKKS. OrVNEW WESTERN, BY THE POUND OF Oil reptwrmint,

Coarse Sponge. Refined Liquorice, . i-it . . Bine Vitriol. | Hussia Isingl?, and a full a*aortm?jt of Drugs, all of the hrat qnality, Tor sale bT.i * ANDERSON, Drnggixt*. ?',m r" * frulton, corner Water, and 6J Bowery. 7^i)karawrttftor<iTACKL?~ A w as^rtm-t ofChU1 Graaa Fishing Linn, and /? Salmon and Trout Silk Worm Gvtt, turait city of couii. AIJOTIO* NOTlCKfl. A C \HD # E. WILLARD fc W. W SHIRLEY, Auctioneer.. ILL !'*? their personalattention to tlx 8ale? of House hold r nrniture at the residence of families declining housekeeping, Stocks of Crockery, Dry Good*, Grocery, and sales of Real Kit air, at the Merchant*' Exchange. Alao, soli R?r?5 vSCfSnR *!'?1 'he public. cousiguments to their SALES ROOM, 151 BKOADWaV, until May lit, when they will move toi the spacieua itore, No. 17 Wall itreet. late Adams Express Office. all lm*m TKITON HOUSE, ~ T?. _ 'OLEN cove. LONG ISLAND. HE Subscriber '??Pectfufiy inform* hit friends and the public, that he lias improved and enlarged the Triton Hotel, ti the head of the steamboat landing, and it is low thoroughly fitted uu, and ready for the reception of Boarders. ?/"? yu?Mo? of Una establishment for the purpose of Salt Water Batumi, amongst the moat eligible ou Long island Sound, as thetlauds attached to the premises hate a very cx w*ter and a fiiie beach lor swimmers. TT?e out buildings are new, and ths Bar and Bowling Alley are entire ly unconnected with the house. Having a farmj ol 50 seres appended to the hotel property, the subscriber can offer his fnends the inducements of a plen tiful supply of good milk and butter, and such other comforts as he trusts, together with his unremitted attentions to the Wishes of his guests, .will renders residence at the Triton House extremely desirable. Horses and Carriages to hire. For terms, which will be moderate, apply to WILLIAM L. JOSks, Triton House. <?len Core. Long Island, May 1. 1816. mv5 Imrrr PAVILION, NEW BRIGHTON. FBL ANCARD has the honor to inform his friends and ? the public that the above establishment having been re fitted and put in excellent order, he ia prepared to treat with families and parties who wish to engage apartments during the ensuing seaaou. The Pavilion will be opened ou the 41th instant- mi lw*rc RED SULPHUR SPRINGS, MONROE CO., VA. THIS CELEBRATED WATERING PLACE will be ,A open the next summer, as usual, for the reception of vi iters. Its fame in the relief and cure of pulmonary diseases, extending over a period of fifty j ears, is so sustained by facta and evidence, that it no louger admits of dispute. Kor the ex teut andpeculiaritv of its medicinal virtues, however, the reader is referred to a work on " The .Mineral Springs of western Virginia," by Wm. Burke, to be had at Wiley III Putnam's. The object of this advertisement is to say that ar rangements are made to accommodate visiters in the inost comfortable maimer, and that they will be treated with uni form courtesy and kindness, while the charges will be found as moderate as at the most moderate of the springs. There will be a respectable physician in attendance. The roads are in good order, and the beautiful Turnpike Road to the Blue Sulphur will have stages upon it plying between the two Springs, which will afford an opportunity of visiting, in a week, all the 8prings of Western Virginia. my J lm ? rc THE PRO PR IETORS. BON SEJOUR. rrHE SUBSCRIBER has the pleasure to announce that A his house, at Bergen Poiut, is now open for public accom commodatlou. A hotel on the Jersey side haa long been a de siderstuin which is now supplied. The house (the old Me lany mansiou) has been re-fitted in elegant style, with many new rooms and other important additions. , The grounds are beautifally laid out. and what with luxu riant shrubbery, charming walks, agreeable drives, and plea sant boating, the place will challenge competition with any rural residence. Families who wish to pass a cool and quiet summer, can be provided with rooms or suits of a|>artments at tpeir choice. Fish of almost every variety abound in the "Kills,' and.the neighboring woods are not deficient intgame. The steamer Passaic,plying betweenNew York and Newark, stops at the landing, in front of the house, four times a day, and the cltixens of New York cannot find a more beautiful ?rive than that between Jersey City and Bergen Poiut. In fine, all viaiters, customers anil boarders, may be sssured that no pains will be s|>ared to make the place merit tlie ti tle given it of old?Bon Sejour. . ? DANIEL W. LOCKWOOD. The Passaic, for Newark, leaves the foot of Barclay street at 10 AM. and 4 P. M., landing in front of the above place. The Port Richmond boat leaves pier No. I at 9, 12, 3}j and 6 o'clock. At Port Richmond there will be boats in attend ance to convey passengers, and land them at the house. m2lm*r HAMILTON HOUSE; AT THE NARROWS: T?HIS ELEGANT ESTABLISHMENT having under* A gone thorough repairs and improvements, will be open for the reception of Boarders on the first of May, under the di rection of the subscriber, who has been connected with the management of the hotel for the last two or three years. The principal rooms have been newly carpeted, and the whole house painted and put iu excellent order. No pains or ex pense will be spared by the present proprietor to make his guests comfortable in every way. For terms, lie , address the subscriber, at Fort Hamilton. ml lm*r THOMAS MEINELL. EUTAW HOUSE, BALTIMORE. i THIS splendid Hotel has been lately re-Atted and furnished i in the most complete and.elegant manner, by Messrs Jack- ! son St Cranston, and, after the 30th April, when it opens to the : public, will be open for the receptiou of guests. The experi ence of Mr. Cranston as host of the Rocltaway Pavilion, and of Mr. Jackson, at the Exchange Hotel, Baltimore, and at the Astor House, New York, is a guaranty.of the style in which the " Eutaw will be kept. The location is the best in the city of Baltimore. The Pavilion,at Rockaway, L. I., will remain under the charge of Mr. Cranston, who, during the summer mouths, will be happy to see his old friends at this favorite wa tering place. ?29 im?r MANSION HOUSE, tMIDDLETOWN CONNECTICUT. THE UNDERSIGNED begs leave to announce to his friends and the public, that he has leased the above house for a term of years, and hopes, bv long experience and strict attention to business, to merit a liberal share of their patron age. JOHN L. MONROE, inr8 3m*rc Formerly of the U. 8. Hotel, Boston. THE SHADES HOTEL, 64 Readt Strut, iVe$t Side of Broad tray. THE Subscriber respectfully informs his friends and the public, that he has lately opened the above Establish ment, iu a style superior to any other house of the kind in the city of New Vork. The satisfaction which he has hitherto given to his numerous friends and customers, while proprietor of "The Shades," in Thames street, he flatters himself will be a guaranty to all who may potroiuse him in his new esta blishment, while no effort on his part will be wanting to merit the continuance of their patrouage. The usual relishes, Chops, Steaks, Welsh Rarebits, Poach ed Eggs, fkc., will be served up in a superior style. The room will be regularly supplied with city papen, as well as a full snppty of foreign papers, by every arrival from Europe. JAMES "EVANS, mil lm*rc ? HARTWEIX'S WASHINGTON HOUSE. ?J33 Chestnut Street, PHILADELPHIA. BATHS Just introduced?Warm and Cold?in fine apart ments, for both ladies and gentlemen, and the entire or gan itatiou and fitting up of every department of the Washing ton House, complete. m27 lm*rc 2i PER CENT BELOW HISTjSUaFprJceT FASHIONABLE V1STING CARD ESTABLISHMENT. A PLATE and Fifty Cards printed for SI 50 ; the best En amelled Cards printed from engraved plates at 50 cents per pack. A SILVER DOOR PLATE furnished and beautifully engraved for $3. Engraving for the Trade equally low, at CLASSEN'S old stand, 1 Murray street, corner of Broadway. al4 lm*r I BIGELOW'S NEW ENGLAND EXPRESS^ FOR Fitchbnrg, Keene, Greenfield, Brattleboro, Windsor, ' Woodstock, Montpelier, and Burlington, Vt., and the ! Canadas. All Packages, Parcels, and business, ts any of the ! above towns, or any part of the western portion of New , Hampshire and Vermont, will be faithfully attended to, if ; directed to the care of L. BIGELOW, I Conrt street. Boston. N.B.?Be rare to mark Packages to care of ''Bigelow'a Express." j2J rc NOTICE. j NOTICE is hereby given to all persons having bought stone j from Laimbeer's Quarry, at Kipp's Bay, formerly occu- i pied by Messrs. Mott It Knowton, that the accounts of the Quarry will be settled by R. R. Laimbeer, at the Office at the ! Qnarry. WILLIAM LAIMBEER. I Dated this 16th day of April, 1816. *23 lm*rc j HM. WESTERN has removed his Law Office from 61 ? Wall street to No 22^ Broadway, opposite the Foun tain- . ^ _ ??lw*rc I CENTRE VILLE COURSE.?'TROTTINGr" GREAT MATCH FOR $1,200. BETWEEN HIRAM AND NEWBLtRGH. m l&SStei&S&S: mX^uK3BSB5Sks?^SESEES2a MONDAY, May ll, at 3 o'clock?Purse $50, Mile Hests ; best 3 in 5, under the saddle. A. Losee enters ch. g. Hiram. H.Jones do bl. g. Newburgh. G. Smith do gr. g. Medoc. This Trot is expected to be the best that has uken place this season. Hesvy amounts have already been staked be tween Hiram anil New burgh. my9 3t*je MRAN AWAY From the Subscriber abont the 12th of April laat, an indented apprentice to the Coach Triinmiug business, named ASA 8. ROSE, about *u year* of age. This being the second or third time of hii running away under hit indentures, I shall offer one rent re, ward. A11 persons are forbid harboring, trusting or employ ing said boy, and I here give assurance that I shall collect his wages of any who do so, to the lull eitent of the law. j. e. delamater. H udson, May J#1C. my 10 3t ? m M LOST?A white and yellow Pointer Dog; an swers to the name of Nimrod. Whoever will return him to fNo. 7 State it., will be suitably rewarded. myv 3t*r NEAPOLITAN BONNETS. THE SUBSCRIBERS, Patentees and Manufacturer* of the Neapolitan Bonnet, are prepared to supply the ? alio *---*? .. ^0 ? ?? _ trade with their iuimitable Neapolitans, for which they received twoailrer medals at the last two Fairs of the American Institute, and which for style and finish are unsur passed. They warrant them to alter and clean equaly to new. Apply to w PATTISON, NOE It' CO., ? Delancyst., a7 Imis'r or Vyse fc Hon, corner Pine and I'earl. FARE ONLY ONE DOLLAR FOR Deck Passengers to Providence.?The well .known and splendid steamer RHODK ISL AM), Captain Manchester, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays; and the MASSACHUSETTS, Captain Porter, on Tneaaays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Leave pier No. 1 North River, at i o clock, P.M., I'or ^ostou. wa Newwut and Providence. Fare to Boston, cabin ; $1 60 deck, rare to Providence, $1 .V cabin . $1 deck. Freight taken at the lowest rates, and immediately forwarded. tm 10 lm"rc STATEMENT RKLATIVK"TO STEAMER CAMBRIA. Boston, May J, IBM. BY virtue of a warifht from WM. ELLIOTT. Her Britan nic Majesty's acting Vice Consul, we, the undersigned, repaired on board the British Strainer CAMBRIA, Captain .ludkiii?, lately arrived at thia port from Liverpool. M ascer tain and survey what damage she may have received by hav ing been on shore on Cape Cod : Report, that after a strict and careful elimination of all parts of the vessel, as far as could be got at. both outward and Inward, including her ma chinery, kc., could And no signs of her having strained, gu aged or otherwise injured herself; and alao find that she has made no e?tr? water in consequence of the accident, Init remains tight as before , wherefore, the undersigned snrvey are of unanimous opinion that it ii not necessary to put her into dock for fnrther examination, and they believe her to be tight, staunch and strong, and capable of proceeding on her intended voyage without detention. J. fi. DICKSON, Tort Warden. CHARLES PEARSON. Agent of Ass. Ins. Cos. of Boston. WM. DARTON Sliipstright. ALDEN OlFFOkD. Ship-Master. STEAMER CAMBRIA FOR HALIFAX AND LIVERPOOL. THE Steamship CAMBRIA hating, by the above survey, been ascertained to be lii igood and perfect order, w ill sail from Bos ton for the above porta. on her regular day, ? Saturday, 10th May. For freight or passage apply to I). BkIOHAM. Jr.. Agent, nr,9foHrrc At HARNDEN h CO.'A. ti NVallst. BLACK BALL OR OLD LINE OF LIVER POOL PACKETS?Mr Liverpool-Only Regular MHflb1'" ket of the Ml May.?The new, magnificent ami -.Unrated fast sailing favorite packet ship YORKMIIIRF burthen 1100 ions, < apum D. U. Bailey, will iail poftmtly u?ba,Wrd.?tl..U..t,,fM^HK ,KOT , Jfl) IKui JJ ?UMt, B?It tu U?f Fulluii flwk PARK THEATRE?Mo?4?y Evening, lltk. will be periornied the PUy of the LADY Or LIONIM laude Meinour Mr <1 VaiideniiDlf ; Col UtuiM, Bui ; Btauirant, Crocker; (ilavis, DrWaiiini; Pauline. Mr?. Mowatt; Madanir l)eschavi>ellrs. Mrs. Vernon ; Widow Meinour, Barry. To conclude will, the CRICKET ON THE HEARTH, a I-airy Tale of Home?Johu Perrybiuglc, G. Andrew*; Mr. Tackle (on^Kiahrr; Brrtlia. Mias < rocker; Mr? Fielding. Mj?,Barry. 57" Boxes, Aral tier, 7} renta; second and third tiera, M cents; Pit, JO cents; (iallery, 21 reals. Door* open at 7 o'clock?performance to commence at pre cisely 7^ o'clock. OWERY THEATRET?Moudnv Limiu, May 11th, will be performed the Drama of the SLEEPING BEAUTY"? Sir Adilbrrt, Mr Davenport ; Sir G? win .Clarke: Ethelinde, Mra Phillips , Elgita, Mi*. Barber ; Melzirina, Mist Bell. After whirii. the drama of I. \ rf'T'K? Lafitte, Mr J R Scott; Alphouso, Blauchard; ( 1 ?\ 'Ha, Mrs G Jones. To conclude with HASTY CONCLUSIONS?Charles Hartly, Davenpgrt; Gen. Mowbray. Sutherland ; Gertrude, Sirs Phillipa. (T7" Lower Boies, 30 cents; second and third tiers, Si eta.; Pit and Gallery, 12V* cents. Door* open at 7 0 clock?Curtain will rise at half paat seven o'clock. NEW GREENWICH THEATRE.?Monday Evening, May 11th, will be i>crformed the local drama of RICH- ' MOND HILL?Gen. Washington. Mr Vrnuej Benedict Ar nold, Brandon; Major Andre, Duff; Sir Henry I lintou, Kreue; Heloise, Mrs Isherwood ; Henrietta. Miss Roberta. The whole to conclude with 'TWAS 1 ! OR THE TRUTH A LIE?Delornie, J H Hill: Marcel Mar tot, H. Chapman; Ma dime Mae, Mrs May wood; Madame Delorme, Mrs Douell. iLy~ Dress (Circle or Balcouy, JO cents; Upper Boies, 23 ?enta; Pit, 12)* cenu. Doors open at 7 o'clock?performance to commence at half paat 7 o'clock preciaely. P~ ALMO'S OPERA HOUSE. CHAMBERS STREET. Open Every Night.?Christy's ETHIOPIAN MIN STRELS respectfully announce that they will continue, until further notice, their popular and inimitable Perform ance*, which are nightly houored with crowded and delight ed audiences, composed of the elite and faahion of the city. Admiuieu 26 cents. Doors opeu at 7 ; commencing at I o'clock. Private boxes and seats may be obtained on applica tion at the Box Office, from 10 A. M. until J P. M. fty" Change of programme every eveuing. myS lwia*r CAMTLK UAKBEN. SACRED MUSIC AND SUNDAY CONCERTS. THE proprietors of th? above splendid establishment, hare made arrangements for the performance of A GRAND CONCERT, To take place on Sunday Evening, May 10, Upon which occasion, the GRAND ORCHESTRA of this establishment trill perforin a selection of Sacied Music, from the best ancient and modern composers?the whole un- ; der the direction of C. W. MEYRER, Jr., Leader and Musi cal Director. PROGRAMME. rART I. 1?Grand Overture Kaliiwoda 2?Adante Religioso Kuffner 3?Grand Chorus Euryanthe Von Weber i 4?Andante, Magic Flute Mozart i TART II. 1?Grand Overture Winter 1 2?i^uintett, Don Jnan Mozart I 3?Adagio, Tancreili Rossini 4?Grand Allegro linale Witt | Concert to commence at 7J, o'clock. Admission IlUceuts. During the whole day the splendid and extensive Saloon will be thrown open to visiters, who may enjoy themselves j by viewing the romantic scenery of land and water spreading : in every direction, as 24 doorways lead to the upper coveren Idatforins, and an extensive entrance to the promenade on a evel with the sea, will ruable the lover of nature to examine the most beautiful prospect in New York. Seats and conve niences are everywhere to be found for those who are in clined to meditate or read alone. inyl 3t rre ~graniTvocal and INSTRUMENTAL I CONCERT. SIGNORA ROSINA PICO respectfully announce* to the public that her tirst Concert since her arrival from Ha- ! vana will take place TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 12th, 1S4C, At the APOLLO SALOON. Signora PICO will he assisted by the following distinguish ed Artist*, viz.? MADAME OTTO. MISS NORTHALL, | MADAME BUilKHARDT, MR. GIBERT. MR. MAYER. MR. KYLE. MASTER BCONCIA. MR. TIMM. and MR. BEAMES. PROGRAMME. PART I. Duo Concertante?Piano and Violin ... .Mr. Timm and Ma*ter Sconcia ? ? Cavatina?Parisma Mr. P. Mayer... Donizetti Song?Madame Burkhardt, " Thou art lovelier" M. B. Hawes Duo?II Burbiere Signora Pico and Mr. Mayer, " Dunnue io sou" Rossini Cavatina?Ernaiii \ .. .Signora Pico... " Ernnni, Ernani iuvolami" Verdi Aria?Roberto Devereux Madame Otto... " L'ainor sua mi fe beala" Donizetti Duo?Norma (Signora Pico and Miss Northall " Deli Conle '." Bellini PART 11. Spanish Song?Signora Pico ...Tu Sandunga"! ... Blanco Solo?Flute, Mr. Kyle, Brilliant Variations on the Cavatina, " Bell ragio," from Seiniramide Rossini Song?Miss Northall, " Bird of Spring". Kelicien David Romance?M. Gibert, " Le Kils de la Vierge" Scudo Ducttiuo? Signora Pico and Mr. Gibert " Mira biauca luna" Rossini Cavatina?Robert le Diable ......Madame Otto.. . " Robert. Robert, toi que j'aime". ... Meyerbeer Grand Aria?I Lombardi Signora Pico... Non fu sogno" Verdi Trio? Scmiramide .. . .Signora Pico, Mi** Northall aud Mr. Mayer L'uaato ardir" Rossini t The Spanish Song has just been published by Kirth, Hall It Pond, with au adaptation of English words. The Piano Korte used on this occasion, i* from the Kactory of Hallet. Davia St < o., (Boston.) and for aale by their agents, Kirth, Hall k Pond, 2J9 Broadway. Messrs. Timm and Beames will preside at the Pianoforte. Ticket*, $1, may be had at the muiic stores. . Concert to commence at I o'clock. myJtf re VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL CONCERT. Philip kknht ?nd Hermann wollenhaupt respectfully announce (o their friends and the Public, that their FIRST CONCERT will take place on THURSDAY EVENING, 14thMAY, at the APOLLO SALOON. They will he assisted hy several eminent Artiiti. Further particulars hereafter. ? Tickets JO cents. May be had at the principal music stores, and their residence, 393 Broadway. my9 3tins*rrc PHILHARMON1C SOCIETY.?GRAND FES T1VAL CONCERT. THE Public is respectfully informed that the Philharmonic Society will give a Grand Festival Concert on WED NESDAY EVENING, 20th Slay, at the Broadway Taberna cle. in aid of the fund for the erection of the Fhilliartnouic Hall, and on which occasion, with other pieces, Beethoven's Grand Choral Symphony No. 9 will b? produced, with be tweeu three hundred and four hundred Vocal and Instru mental Performers. As the erection of a suitable edifice for muaical purposes is an event of the greatest importance for the advancement of the Art, and the improvement of musical taste in this coontry, all vocal and string instrument performers, who are compe tent to take part in the orchestra or chorus, are most earnestly invited to attend the rehearials, and five their assistance at said performance. For further particulars, see futare advertisements. HKHEARSAI.S AT THK APOLLO SALOON. Grand OrcKtttra. Chorus. Saturday, May 9, at |4 P.M. Tuesday, MayJ12, at|4 P.M. Saturday, May 16, at 4 P.M. Thursday, May 7, at 7>f P.M. Saturday, May 1C, at 4 P.M. w Monday, May It, at 7,W P.M. Tuesday, May 19, at 7K P.M. Tueadar, May 19, at 7)3 P.M. The last Grand Rehearsal, with Grand Orcheatra and Chorus will take place at|the Tabernacle May 20th, at o'clock, A.M. By order, myj in JAMES L. ENSIGN, Secretary- I A TLANTIC GARDEN IS NOW OPEN FOR THE I -i*. SEASON.?Dodworth's Cornet Band will perform every Tuesday and Friday evenings, commencing June 2nd, at I o'clock. Admittance free. my I 3m* re _ WILLIAM ALLISON, Proprietor. NEW YORK SACRED MUSIC SOCIETY. ORATORIO OF THE MESSIAH. THE Public are respectfully informed that the Anniversary Performance of the Marred Music Society will take place on FRIDAY EVENING, 13th iust. (anniversary week) at the Tabernacle, on which occasion Handel's Grand Orato rio of the MESSIAH will be performed by universal request. The principal solo parts will be sustained by the most dis tinguished Vocalists in the city. Further particulars will be furnished in a subsequent advertisement. my7 ec TO VOCALISTS, MUSICIANS, AND THE THEATR1 CAL PROFESSION. CORBYN, Manager of the Swiss Bell Ringers, re ? spectfuliy informs the members of the Musical and Theatrical professions, that he will have fulfilled his engage ment with tiie above band in a few weeks, and tenders his ser vice! ss travelling agent to any muaical professor, band or com- | pany of artists of acknowledged talent about to travel. Having completed his second tour throughout tha United States, the Canada*. Trim, and the Island ef Cuba, during w hich he lias visited almost every section of those countries, and made himself practically acquainted with those details and statistics most necessary and useful to professional travellers, be believes that his services will prove advantageous to any party with whom he may engage. I Letters addressed to W. Corbyn, Manager of the Swiaa Bell 1 Ringers, care of Sol. Smith, Esq., theatre. St. Louis, Mo., if mailed prior to May I0th,and prepaid, will meet with prompt attention at that time. alftfrre HOWES k CO.'S NEW YORK MAMMOTH CIRCUS. THE LARGEST ESTABLISHMENT ever oimnited in mUMHl States, comprising 140 Men and Horses, re quiring 26 Carriages to convey the performers, wardrobe, mu- I sicians, fcc., will be eihibited in rateraon, Eaaton (Pa.), Reading, Lancaster, llarrisburg, lie. The company haa at tached to it Eight Female Equestrians, among whom is the . Greatest Female Ridrr of the Age, recently arrived from Paris MADAME MARIE MACARTE, whose new style of Equestrian Feats, Peculiarly her own, being chaste and classic; her graceful and fascinating address, and the charming rwiccfc with which she chains her audi eence, render thia giftlVand highly-educated artiilt the lead ing feature of the arena in this country. The Proprietors re fer the public to the brilliant description given in the respec tive newspapers of the extraordinary and daring feats |>erform ed hv this distinguished artistt. Among the novelties which the Proprietors offer are the celebrated Scotch GIANT AND GIANTESS. Their height is It feet, and their weight over 700 lbs. Mr. Randall weighs 432 lbs. Mrs. Randall is the most enormous giantess in the world. They will appear in " Jack and the Beau Stalk." and he will perform extraordinary feats of strength ana agility, and will ride in a two horse act. The entertainmenis will comprise 17 Acta of Horsemanship, Gym nastic Eiercises, Classic Display s, and humorous afterpieces. Equestrian Director, Mr. HOWES ; Riding Master, Mr. NIXON, and the unapproachahla Clown, DAN RlCE. Among the Performers is the celebrated snd principal Ri der, the Napoleon of the Arena, Mr. HOBBS, whose feata oa Horseback are the most extraordinary ever witnessed. Juve nile Act of Horsemanship by Master Nixon. Olympic Exer cises, by the whole Company, led by the great European Tumbler, Sir. MACARTE. Wonderful Feata by Mr. Cole"? Dogs, Hector and Billy. The SWISS BROTHERS, in i their elegant Gymnastic Poatures and Groupings. Mr. Sweet as the Charioteer of Phrabus. Posturing and Gymnasties by Mr. Nixon and his son. Mr. Howes in his Mythologiesi and brriliant Act of " Fanciea of ProteBi." Mr. C. Howes in Slack Rope Evolutions. The Negro Minitrels. with tha isai natable Dan Emsitat their head. "The Original Banjo Melrr dist. With a variety ol others. Tne whole comprising tha leading most talemed, and cliasic performers in tha world. tny7 tf rrc MILITARY HIDING SCHOOL. MR. HAMILTON having entered into an arranfement with Haythorne. for Ins Hiding School two nights in the week, Mondays and Thursdays, will commence on Monday next, 11th inst., at II o'clock, P. M. The practice to be tha same as taught by him in Major Ringgold's Light Hora* Artil lery, vit : ine school of the trooper mounted. The ffchool is st the corner of 13th street and Vniversity Place, andTs the largest in ilie city, with the best of accommodations. No pains will he spared to bring foward the class. For further information enquire st Mr. Ilaythorne'a office, or at the Arse nal, where Mr. Hamilton can be seen every day from 3 to ? o'clock, P. M. Broad Sword and Artillery Drill from 4 till < P. M. every day. as nsnal. my7 H'rrt THOKN CHAMPAGNE. AFRESH INVOICE of thia delightful Champagne is in store, to which the attention of merchanta, hotel lteeiiers, and private gentlemen is invited. The stranding of this Wine is now superior to that .ol any in tb? country, and at ?o highar pure than that 01 lh? UtW blalid. . ?* ui,,wns;ii i LATEST INTELLIGENCE. By the Last Mails. Washington, May 8,1846. Congrtu. The .Senate docs not sit to-day. The uphol sterer* are putting the chamber in sunrAner trim, removing the winter carpets and substituting straw matting, fee. The House have been mainly engaged to-day in ' the discussion or the bill for the re-annexation of Alexandria to the State of Virginia. The town now is comprised within the ten miles square, though on the Virginia side of the river. It would certainly be better for the Alexandrians, and a saving to the federal government, to allow their ancicnt town to go back home to her old mother. The bill was debated by Messrs. Hunter and Bay ley, of Va., in its support; Messrs. Payne and Mc Clernand, of Illinois, in opposition; and for fur ther details, see House proceedings. A bill appro priating three sections of the public lands for th? creation of a fund for the purpose of printing books lor the blind, was reported and referred to the Committee of the Whole. If. with the present unsettled state of affairs with Mexico and Eng land, the two Houses should adjourn for the ses sion, there is every reason to expect they would be called together again before December. With a three months' pounding at the tariff, therefore, we shall keep Congress hero to back up or co-ope rate with the President in any incidental measures which may demand their attention, in reference to l'aredes or Lord Aberdeen. P. S.?The House have passed the bill retro ceding the town of Alexandria, and all of the ter ritory of the District of Columbia on that side of the river, to the State of Virginia. This will be matter of great rejoicing to the Alexandrians, and the beginning of a new era, should the bill pass the Senate. Washington, May 8, 1846. The news from New Orleans, by the mad of tlus afternoon, it confirmatory of all that I have hitherto said concerning the |>o8itiou situation of Gen. Tnylor and the brave band of troops under his command before Matamoras. At the latest dates from his camp, 2000 picked troops, belong ing to the enemy, had crossed the Rio del Norte, eight yiiles below him, and had cut off his com munication with Point Isabel, where his maga zines ol ammunition and provisions were located, under the protection of only 300 men. Contem poraneous with this demonstration at this point, Gen. Arista gave liitn but thirty-six hours to retire from his position; and in the event of this notice not being complied with, he was to be immediate ly attacked. I have, as 1 before repeatedly ex pressed in my letters, the most fearful apprehen sions for the safety of our troops, not that they are unequal to stand against odds in a conflict with the best troops in the world, but that the lore# which may be brought to bear upon them mav bo larger than what might lie expected. The posi tion, too, which Gen. Taylor lias taken up before Matamoras, is one in which no military man of experience would risk the safety of his troops His position, according to the map, is one which an enemy might easily invest, by getting into his rear, and. confining him between them and the banks of the river, upon which he has thrown up Ins breastworks and batteries. In this position ho may be kept till ho be either cut to pieces or lorced to surrender. Should he, however suc ceed in fighting his way out of the point of land which he is now in, he would require reinforce ments of Iresh troops to cover his retreat. These he lias not?thanks either to the lack of energy or knowledge of our rulers in what properly apper tains to an army. This crossing ofthe 2000 troops below General I ay lor s camp, I fear will turn out to be butla nine on the part of the enemy to draw his attention and part of his forces to that |>oint, while a irrcat er force may descend both on his right and rear, it tlie engagement should become general on all those points, which the nature of the ground indi cates, as seen on the map, his batteries facing Ma tainorsi.4 wnnlil l>n nf vnrtf lifttl** l_ ? _? _ . . y ~ UK I1IH riglif, left and rear. I am confident that this will be the manner in which he will be assailed, and I fear lorced also to surrender, for the want of pro visions and reinforcements in time to protect him from a superior force. The body of Colonel Cross has been found four miles nbove the camp, with sevcnil lance wound* in it. Also, the death of Lieut. Forter, it is said has been confirmed. I have learned, likewise, that the President will probably send a message to Congress on Monday or Tuesday next, in rela tion to Mexican and Texan affairs. It has been decided upon in Cabinet that lie shall do so. He has the outline of it nlready prepared. The claimants on Mexico, to the number of some 2,000 or 3,000, intend holding a convention Shortly m this city, for the purj>osc of taking the subject seriously into their consideration ; and to show to the country, in their proper light, the men who are trifling with their rights as American citi zens. It is more than suspected that there are some in high stations, who care more al>out se curing certain lands in Texas, than of demanding lrom Mexico the amount of money which she owes, and which she has acknowledged to be clue to our citizens. This is a subject winch 1 will not now enter into, but may at a more convenient time than the present. In the mean time, wo shall give Mr. Polk every chance of doing his ?luty, before we enter into the relative value of l exan and Mexican scrip, and the relative honesty ond fairness of the holders of each, respectively. The approaching provincial synod or council of the Catholic Bishops of the United States, in Bal timore, on Sunday next, has caused several ofthe most distinguished among them to visit Washing ton. Among those whom I have seen here, are the Right Rev. Dr. Odin, Bishop of Texan, and the Right Rev. Dr. Quarter, Bishop of Illinois; Dr. Spalding, of Kentucky, and the Rev. Mr. White, of Baltimore. There will be twenty-six Bishops in council this year, with an equal number of theolo gians, besides a numerous body of priests from various parts of the country. The costume of the clergy of the Catholic church is very grand and imposing, and where so many of her brightest dignataries are congregated, as will be the case every day for the ensuing week, at the cathedral, fie ?cene will l>e very attractive to those who have never witnessed anything of the sort before. It will be a Council Nice, of Constance or Trent, epitomised. I understand a great many persons ol every religious persuasion, will visit tlie cathe dral during the sittings of the bishops ; many lrom this city are going there nlso. We have had very cold damp weather here for the last three days, and while I am now writing, the rain is coming down in torrents. ..The bill to retrocede the town and county of Alexandria to Virginia, passed the House to-day. by about thirty majority. AantL. Washington, May 8, 1816. Mitrrllaneout Gleaning of Currtnt Event*, with frtt Commentaries thereon. From the mass of information from the Rio Grande, it appears that the two op|>osing armies are rapidly approximating the alternative of a general engagement. Secretary Marcy lias his hands full of papers, nnd his head full of plans; but we think there need be no fear of the results of a collision. The Mexicans will find him com petent to repel any force which they can concen trate in opjwsition U> him. Mr. Slidell is reported to be here ; but until we see him, cog or incog, wc are not prepared to certify to the fact. The investigating committee, for the benefit of Mr. C. J. IngcrsoU, respecting the secret service papers of the Statu Department, examined the Secretary of State yesterday, and fully exonerated him ; and will proceed to the examination, per haps, of his subordinates, to-morrow. It is gene rally believed that Mr. Tyler the more cheerfully complied in the exculpation of Mr. Webster from the appropriation of the contingent fund of din State Department, under the late administration, because ol the fact that Mr. Ingcrsoll was of that ? ?' Philadelphia democrats, who humbugged old Veto out of the loaves and fishes, and thou left him in the hour of distress, to help himself; na>v, even employing his own thiiwler against him. Old Veto has put his thumb upon him this time. Speaking of President Tyler, we rejoice with exceeding |oy to hear that his better half is about to present a substantial testimonial of the wisdom of annexation. Say what you wiU, the White House has never had a more beautiful bride, or a more hospitable host, than under tlie ancientjrrrimcof oki Veto. Ah! while we re member these golden liour?, when, in the East room, " The N'aVo ?*s Capitol hail gathered then: Her I>o?*/ and her chivalry ; when bright The chandeliers (hone o'er fair women and brave men, And every heart heat happily ; and when The Marine Band broke out in Its regular military swell, Old Moto'a even look'd love to eyes that spake again. And John and Rob, eaeh with a handsome hell, Led in the maty dance that pleased us all so well " Ala*! alas! Torpstclioro is ruled out. There is uu mure dauvom tUu Whiiu liuuw HiuUiai