Newspaper of The New York Herald, May 12, 1847, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated May 12, 1847 Page 1
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r THI r Vol. XIII. No. 131?WhoU No. 4798. CITY ANDSKNRNTS. P ARK THEATRE.?Wrdurnlar Evening. Mav 12th, will bi- i thrComrily entitled LOOK BEFORE YOU v' ? Oddiugtoo, Mr. Bui; Mr. Brandon, Mr. Dyott; ?, H Mr*. Vernon; Elinor Mortimer, Mr*. Abbott; mwf Oadiniton, Mine Horn. To conclude with the INVISIBLE PRINCE?The lufaiite ruritinnd. Mr. A Andrew*; Blouztbella, Mi** Oordou; Don Lennder, Mr*. Hunt. Bote* |1; Pit 50 cent*; Gallery 14 ceot*. I'oor* open at 7 o'clock?the performance will couuneuce half-putt 7. UOWery TH EATRK.?A" W JiTtTnTT Proprietor?H. * , e Rtkvck*, Stage Manager?Wednesday Evening, May o *']' 'A iwrformeii the Comedy of WILD OATS? Rover, Mr. Murdoch; Sir John Thunder, Vache; John Dorv, Booth; Harry Thunder. Clarke; L*dy Amaranth, Mr* Wilkinson; Jane. Mrs Booth. ___ . __ To conclude with tlie terniid drain* of JACK 8HEPPARD? Jack Shennard, Mr* Booth; Joe Blue.kin, Mr. Hadaway; Jonathan Wild, Booth; Owen Wood, Vache; Thame* Daeveil, Clark; Poll Maggott, Mr*. Baruett; Edgeworlh Be**. MJ?? Harvey, llrcti Circle, 25 cenU; Tit and Oallery, I2K centa Iloor* open ar BY o'clock. Performance commence* at7>f. PAL MOM OPKRaTiOUSE? Evening,'May 12, -Eleventh Night of the Second &-?on-Will be performed the firat net of Roeeini'e operaof II BARBIERE DI 8IVIUi.1A?Count Almaviva, Siir- S. Patti; Dr. Bartnlo, Sig. A. Smquirico; Knuiina, Hiiruora R Pico; Fntaro, Sie.F. Bene yentauo; Basilio, Sig L. Mirtini; Iierta, Signora Boulard; htoreMo. Sig. Beuetti. ... , To conclude with the third act of Donizetti a opera of lucia di lammermoor ( 1st tier hotel and par^uette, $1; 2d_ tier,^5fl ceuta; Prime ior cikiu persons, uu iur o uo, ?iu. Loom oiien at half oust 7. performance to commence at 8. Friday, 14th, I LOMBARD!. _ PA LMO'S OPERA' HOUSE?A C ARP?Sig. F. BENEVENTANO resiiectfullv announces to the patronsW the open and the public generally. that Ilia Benefit will take place 1111 Saturday evening, May 22d. with Vrrdi'i o|iera of I LOMBARD I. Si(r Beneventano will, on thi. occasion, sing the "Grand Romania,"' from Verdi's opera of Hermann Season suhsrr'hers desirous to retain their seats, will please call at the llox ofTice, on or before Monday evening. May 17th, and take their tickets, No seats are considered retained unless paid. my 11 WfcF A ME . RAN MUSEUM?SPLENDID performances, this Afternoon and Kveutnit. at 3 and ^ to 8 o'clock. JOHN DUNN, "THAT RASCAL JAf1*," !s engaged for a few days, together with the celebrated CHAPMAN FAMILY. MISS GREENWOOD, Mr. HARRISON, the Impromptu Singer, Mr. Uonover, Comic Vocalist; Miss Kohers, Miss Julien, lie. the Moving diorama of napoleon s funeral. Will also he exhibited nt each and erery performance. Admiisiou 25 cents. Children under 10 years \i% cents. my8 rc Castle GARDEN is now open during the day, affording those desirous of visiting tl.ete premises an excellent opportune y. The room is the laigest in the United States, designed by C. Pollard. The painting is Al Fresco, by Cappelli. The Cosmomtnic Viewa have been re-arranged, and can be semi at all times. The outer promenades command a fine view of the harbor and Nurrows, with the adjacent scenery. Admission 12)i cents. On Sunday Evening, a Concert of Sacred Music will be given by Pod worth's justly celebrated cornet band. &35tfrc MECHANteS1 HALL, No. 472 Broadway, between Grand and Broome street, CHRISTY'S Immensely popular and original Band ol MINSTRELS Respectfully announce that tliev will coutinne their pleasing concert, for one week longer. Admission 25 cents, to commence at I o'clock. Change of programme every evening. m9 Iw^re MINERVA ROOMS, ~m Broadway.?Monday, Wediies day Hud Friday evenings, Ma7l0th, 12tli, Itth.?Immense aucce-u.?Last week of the Mysterious and Oriental Soirees of Mr. Alexander, in his brilliantly illuminated Mystic Temple. His extraordinary and incomprehensible Necromancy, is nightly received by fashionable and crowded audieuces, with overwhelming bursts of applause, and every demonstration of wonder, astonishmeut and delight. Change of performance every evening. For programme s e the small bills. Doors oiien at 7 o'clock. Prices of admission?Parque cents; Saloon 25 cents. Children accompanied by their parents, half price. nn9lw* SOCIETY LIBRARY, Corner of Broadway and Leonard street?In consequence of repeated solicitations, from a number of highly respectable families, this celebrsted band of ItELL RINGERS, nave postponed their engagements in Bo*' U"I. hum win r?"inh111 nere another week. at tlie Society Library, commencing Monday, May 10th, ana every eveuing during the week. 7t^eyr>w'^ beawiated bv Misa Maria and Mian Julia Barton. Mrs. Barton will prenide at the pianoforte. Ticket* 25 cents. No half price. Doom onen at 7 o'clock. Concert to commence at 8. Toaitively their last Concerts in this city, as they open in Boston the following week. my9 lw*rc THE "DEUTSCHE LIEDERKRANZ" (German Sons Union,) will oivk tiiki it FIRST GRAND VOCAL CONCERT AT THK APOLLO SALOON. Off Monday evening, 17Ih inetant. The " Likokhkranz Cliorn." consist* of nearly TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY MALE VOICE8, undkh thk DinK.cTiorf or PROFESSOR KRAU8KOPF,. Doc. Mus.. Late Director of tlie " Swim Souk Union," the "Rhenish, Prussian," and " Bavarian " Union, and Chorus Master of the " Beethoven Festival," lie. The " Liederkranz," will be assisted by FRAULKIN KORHINSKY, MRS L A JONES, HERR PHILLIPP MEYER. HERR HECHT. MR. H. C. TIMM and PROFESSOR KRAU8KOPF will preside at the piano forte. Tickets, SI each, to be hud at the usual places, and of Pro*, lesser Kruiiiltepf, at the Howard Hotel. m!2r NEW" YORK HAIRED MUSIC ' SOCIETY-ANN!VERSARY PERFORMANCE AT THE TABKR NACl.Eon Friday Evening, May 14th, on which occasion Haydn', celebrated and beautiful Oratorio, THE CREATION, will he performed in compliance with a general request. Principal Solo parts byj Mrs. STRONG. Mrs, L. A. JONES. Mr. M. COLBURN, Mr. F. H. NASH. The splendid choruses in this Oratorio will be performed in a style unsurpassed in this country by any musical association: and the Orchestra will be large and efficient. Mr. H. O. Tiinin will preside at the organ The whole will be under the direction of Mr. T. Y. Chubbs, to* popular conductor, who has been engaged ezpressly for thi. occasion. P.rffirn, .i.e. r. rommtMice a nnai-tee before fl o'clock. Tick ru JO cents?For sale at the utual places and at the door of the Tabernacle. Members ran obtain their tickets of the Secretary, mll lt GF.O. WIIITLOCK, 88 Canal ?t. JtWft CHARITYCONCERT-The irtistsnfthe Italian X/flftw Opera Company (with the permission of the ManaCT-i? gers ) will give a itrand Concert at the Apollo Saloon, Tuesday Evening, May IBtli, 1817, for the relief of a svorthylamily iu distress. Tickets St?to be had at the usual places. mil r A.Ml'SKflKlVTS RL8KWHERE. WALNUT STREET THEATRE. PHILADELPHIA? E. A. Marshall, Lessee?W. II Blake, Manager.?Third Night of Mr. FORREST.?Wednesday Evening. May 12, will be performed ilie tragedy of the GLADIATOR?Spartacus, Mr Forrest; Phasarius, Jamison; Julia,'Miss Fisher; Sinona, Mrs YV II Blake. After which, HIGHWAYS AND BYWAYS-Narcissns Stubble, Chapman; Miss Prinley, Mrs Jones; Snsan Twist, Thayer. To-morrow. Mr. Forrest's fourth night. HESNUT STREET THEATRE, PHILADELPHIA Thursday Evening, May 18 will he presented Auber's Opera of the MAID OF CASHMERE?The Unknown, Mr Fnzer; Olifour, Mr Seguin; Leila, Mrs Seguin; Zelea, Mrs Phillips; Zoloe, Miss Mary Ann Lee; Fatima, Madlle Oceana. No performance This (Wednesday) evening. Prices?izreas circle and Purqueuc, JO casta, f aui.iy circle* 2J rents; Private boxes. 15. Doors onen at "<% o'clock?to commence at eight o'clock. I NION coCKfE, L. I.?TROTTING. dl I FBI DAY, May 11th, at 1 o'clock. Purse $200, two mile h?ats under the saddle. H. Woodruff enters br. g. Hector. Q. Edwards bk. m. Black Maria. The Railroad Cars will leave at. 3>f o'clock, and return after the sport is over. The race will come off immediately on the arrival of the cars. fr7"Thit race was hitherto advertised for the 13th inst., is postponed tin I Friday, May 14th, at 4 o'clock, in conseipieuec of t he i( a11 road not being able to furnish cars. G. SPICF.R. New York, May 11th 1817. mytl4t*rc 'THOTTING-PHILADELPHIA HUNTING PARKCOURSE. |g' aitefccailabc THE Spring Meeting over the above Course will commence on Monday, the list May, and continue two days. First day?Stake $2J?$1(10 added by the proprietor, 2 mile hevt?, to hartieee, free for green linretj. ... , Same day?purae $I.W?2 mil* heat., muler the .addle, free for hone, that never won a piirte over $200. Second ilty?Slalto of $2>?$1(10 added, free for hone, not over nil yenri old thi? apring. - . Siine aty?purie $150? mile heiUi best in five. to w?goni? wa;on and driver to weigh 300 lb., free for horses that never yr on a purse over $200. . Kntnea t?v be made the evening previous to earn trot, not later than ? o'clock, it tlw eotme< Two or noti t<> make a rot for each purse or stake. tii7 12th. 16th, j HARLKM TROTTINO COURSE. m T wn&r? cn i v k A PURSE of thirty Ailhn, to mat off th.? ?i?y. free for all Trotting that never won money?two mile h. in, to harneti, to corse at 3X, precieely, weather permitting. Entbies. VV. Wheelea entere Rough and Ready H. Woodruff enter. >. g. Trnetee S. D irtine entere b. m. Vnen Win. Korer entere b. m. Lady Taylor ml2 It chl rE.vrftEVlLLg c'Ql/tm^L. I.-TROTTING aHb MONDAY, May 17tl??Purse $IOO, mile heats, best 3 in 5, under the saddle, for Paring Morses that never won a MfN OWrlM, twenty-fiv?> dollar* 10 0019 the tftOM MM liorst. ? . ,, , May 19th, Purse $30, mile heats, heat 3 in 5, under the saddle, for trotting horses that never won a purse over $30. Same Day, Purse $30, mile heats, in harness, for trotting horses that never won a purse over $.'>0. The above pursea to close on Thursday, May 13th, by 0 o'clock, P. M., at Urcen k Rl ins I'!,,# e ..r inore In make a rare. my 19 ft I) I" .for |,-i. lufs to ,?~,t I , u Mh T i KPM OTT, rnv!2r HO Routh it., successor to Cooke k Adams. 5 NE" NI The Recptloii of Mr. Webster at Charleston. [From the Charleston Courier. May 8 ] The Hon. Daniel Webster arrived in this city, yesterday morning, by the Wilmington boat, and took lodgings at the Charleston Hotel At 13 o'clock. M., he was waited on. there, by the Committee of Reception, consisting of the the following gentlemen, vis:?Hon. F II Elmore. Hon. D. E. Huger. James L. Petigru, Hon. William Aiken. H. A. Desaussure. Henry Gourdin. J. B Campbell, Hon. Fran. K. Huger, B. F. Hunt, J.B. Lcgaru. R. Yeadon. Hon. John 8. Ashe. I. W. Hayue. Dr John B. Irving. Alexander Black The Committee led Mr. Webster into the spacious piazza or balcouy of (the hotel, which was thronged with ladiea and citizens, gathered, (as was also a large crowd of citizens in the street fronting tho Hotel,) to give the distinguished guest a hearty welcome to the hospitalities of Charleston. Mr. Webster took his position In the centre ofthe balcony. Immediately fronting the street, und was there uddressed as follows by the (Ion. Franklin H. Elmore, Chairman of the Committee or Reception: Wr. Webster, in a clear, commanding and full toned voice, responded as follows:? Ucktlzmc!)?It would bo an act of as great violence to my own feelings, as of Injustice and iugratltudu to the hospitality ofthe citizens of Charleston. If I should fail to express my cordial thauks for the welcome you give me in their behalf, and to reclnroeatu. to von and to them, my sincere respects ami good wished. You are quite right, gentlemen, in supposing that my purport, in undertaking the tour which has brought me into the midst of you. is to see the country and the people of the country, and to obtain a better and fuller knowledge of both. Hitherto. I" have not been a visiter so far South: and I was unwilling, quite unwilling, to be longer a stranger, personally, in the Southern States. The cltlsens of Charleston do me an honor, which I most deeply feel, when they say, through you. that they have satisfaction in meeting me at their own homes, and wish to render my visit agreeable. When one is mndc welcome to the homes of ('hurleston, I am quite aware that the warmth of hospitality ran go no further. Undoubtedly, gentlemen, differences of opinion on many subjects exist between your fellow-cltixens and myself, and between South Carolina and Massachusetts. But how poor must be that spirit, a spirit which I ain sure prevails neither here nor in Massachusetts, which, out of these differences, would extract cause of social alienation, or personal disrespect? What would be the value of our |>olitiruI institutions, if men might not differ on polictieal questions, without sacrificing mutual esteem or drowning the sejssc of common brotherhood.' We have divers political sentiments, hut we have hut one country; we may differ as to the best manner of serving and honoring that country, but we agree that she is to be served by all to the utmost of their power, and honored by all with flnul reverence and patriotic devotion If we do notaiways'think alike.we all feel alike; we feel that much of the individual well as the national renown, which belongs to us now, or may belong to us hereafter, does and will attach to us, as the undivided, and I hope always the indivisible, members of the great American Republic. I am happy, gentlemen, if you think that, while discharging tbo duties of Secretary of State. I paid just regard to the protection of Southern intereets. In my judgment, those interests, important In themselves, were connected with grave questions of public law. questions touching the immunity of flags, and the independence and equality of nations upon the ocean. To the magnitude of thesl questions I could not be lneenslble. It U true that they commanded my utmost attention; and if the result has been greater freedom from annoyance, more security for maritime rights, and a general advance iu me maintenance or peace, anil me irtcnaiv intercourse of nutions, I am bound to ascribe this result rather to the concurrence of fortunate circumstances, aud to the encouragement and support of others, than to any ability displayed by my efforts. I concur with you cordially, gentlemen, In the sentiment, that mutual intercourse strengthens mutual regard; and that the more citizens of different parts of the country soo of one another, the more will asperities be softened, and differences reconciled. I may undertake to say. for Massachusetts, that she is ready, at all times, to meet, and to return, the respect and tne hospitality of South Carolina; and that she remembers ancient tirs of union and fraternity; that sho acknowledges a common interest, and a common fate, in a common country; that there is, no where else, a justcr or a higher appreciation of the men. or the deeds, of this her sister State; and no where the prevalence of more earnest wishes, for whatever may advance her prosperity and distinction. J^ticnTLEMKN?I come among you, with my family, as travellers, but not feeling that wo are entirely strangors. I wish to attract no ostentatious notice, but desire only to be regarded as a fellow countryman and fellow citizeu, and see the country and the people without formality or constraint. Thanking you, and the oltizens of Charleston, again, for the cordial welcome extended to me "it remains that I offer you, gentlemen, personally, my high regard; and to this concourse of your fellow citizens, which surrounds ub, and whose assembling together, on this occasion, I regard as so respectful, aud so Imperatively demanding my grateful acknowledgments, I must tender my sincere respects. Citizens of Charleston! I am happy to regard Jou as countrymen?we are born to the sume inlieriincc. won bv'the same patriotism, and the same valor New Knglund blood has moistened the soil where we now stand, shed as roadily as at Lexington, or Concord, or Dunkerhill. May it prove a durable cement of the Union of our respective Htatcs ! And many generations, oow far off, find themselves, when they arrive, as we now find ourselves, a free, respectable, united and prosperous community ! I pray you, gentlemen, accept my sincere good wishes for you all. Sporting Intelligence. ' There was some fine sport over the Union Course yesterday afternoon, as can be fully testified by the respectable concourse of persons who witnessed it. The first purse offered was for trotting horses, mile heats, host three In five, to go in wagons- driver and wagon to weigh three hundred pounds. The animals entered were Jack Cade, Jim Berry, Lady Kllen and Philadelphia Snl ?the three latter of whom. It will he recollected, had the remarkable context of sovrn heats over the name ground, last Monday week. The trio exerted themselves on this occasion, nut were unable to keep time with the inuslc of Jack Cade, who trotted off with the money in three straight heatx. The second match wax between those fine pacers, Village Boy and Hoauoke. and a new horse under the cogmen of (Jen. Taylor?mile heats, best three in Ave. under tho saddle. Jloanoke won the first mile in 2.'25, and the second in'2.27; (Jen. Taylor got the third mile in J.26; but ltoanokc wax again successful in tho fourth utile, in 2.'26>s?thus winning the purse. With the exception of that made by James K. Polk, this is equal to the best time upon record, and when it is taken into consideration that (Jen. Taylor is whnt may be termed a "green horse," his time of J.'26, yesterday, shows that he may eventually become "ripe" enough to "do brown" some more experienced animals. Indeed, he may bo competent to get over his mile in '2.23, and thus become a "professor of Polk-aixm.'' and bo enabled to enter the lists for the championship with even the nimble "Captain" himself. It is understood that these nags will again come together in a short time, for a purse which will be especially offered for their benefit, as well as for the accommodation of any others who may wish to "comu In"?always excepting Captain Polk, wno is entirely too "good lookin" " to get in yet awhile. Police Intelligence. Mav 11.?Charge of J-'alit Pretencei.?Officer Burley. one of the valuable men attached at the lower police, arrested yesterday,a man by the nameof Wm O'Conner, on a warrant issued by Jnstice Drinker, wherein he stands charged with having obtained between $400 and $.'>00 from Jeromiah Jackson, broker. No. 71 Wall street, by false and fraudulent representations. It appears that O'Conner represented to Mr. Jaekson that lie was the owner of somo ftOO.OOO acres of land in Virginia, which land ho would place In the hands of Jackson to sell, and further stated that it would be necessary for hira, O'Connor, to go on to Virginia, in order to settle up some chancery business, and pay various expenses. Kor this purpose Mr. Jackson advanoed the above sum of money. Mr. Jackson was authorised to sell the land in the absence of O'Connor at tho South. Subsequently, however, it was ascertained that the land wnx not owned by O'Conner. but by a Mr. James M*( all,of Philadelphia; consequently the sale effected by Mr. Jaekson of tho aforesaid property, was null ami void, and the money thus advaneed by Mr. J. Is said to have been obtained by lalae and fraudulent representations. The case is now under Investigation before the above magistrate. Stealing a Mare.?Officer Relyea. of the Lower Police, arrested, yesterday, a man ly the name of John McChryxtal. on a charge of stealing a bay mare, valned at $'2S, from the stable of Dennis McLaughlin, residing at No. 3 llester street. Justice Osborne locked the accused up for examination. Jtrrml of a {'onriet.?Officer Seofleld, of the 17th ward, arrested, yesterday, a woman called Jane Hmlth, an escaped convict from Blackwell's Island Justice Ketcham sent her back to finish her term of sentence. Petit Laraany.?Officer Hoffman, of the Ifith wnrd. arrested, yesterday, a woman called Catherine Mcdoe, for stealing a calico dress and dipper, belonging to Cornelius Westervelt, No. 273 West lfith street. Locked up lor trial. I'HW Intelligence, Judicial Nom.vation.,?Pursuant to anotlsewhlch appeared In some of the paper*, about twenty of tho Junior mcmberi of the bar assembled in the Vice Chancellor* room yesterday afternoon, to hear the report of the committee appointed at a previous meeting to nominate Judge* for tlii* diatrict. Much opposition wa* manifested to tho report, especially to the name of Mr. Hirain Ketehain, who wa* rejected. The preaent circuit Judge wa* nominated in hi* atead, but the rote upon hia nomination stood 10 to 0. A reconsideration wa* then moved by one of the committee, who stated that himself and other* had changed their minds, and were desirous of the nomination of Judge Kdmonda; but the chair decided that the motion was out of order. Much confusion thereupon ensued, and the whole matter was then referred back to the committee, to report at a future meeting. Another Anti-Hkmt Oijtrao*.?We have before us the affidavit of Hiram Wheeler, of Taehkanie, giving the particulars of an assault upon his house, on Saturday night last, about 12 o'clock, by a band of desperadoes who fired four halls Into the house, one of which entered the room where said Wheeler and wife slept, and which would have tilt one of them if it had not hit the cross bar of a loom standing in tho room Two balls were fired in the direotlon of the bod where ho had usually slept until tho past week, when ho was induced to change by the threats made against him. Wheeler occupies a farm of Robert Swift Livingston, ami has been in the occupation of it since April, IH-tfi, before which time, it waaoccupled by Anthony Kinkle.? UuHun (/axttie, May II. W YO ?W YORK, WEDNESDAY BZITOIY or TBXI B&ZZ.LZAN THE PLAN OF Till I "JCsSsft?9X'i~" ? f X^l^^iSKSS /r .; -ir? yS vv/?OAB T91HIN W The D From A to B, about 1% mile. From D to K, 530 " II to C, l,'Ji5 yard.'. " K to F, 438 " C to I), *484 yards. " F' to O, 483 Tin- References to (ho Sketch. A.?Cerro Frijolvs, or 11 ill of the Bears?a hill or pile of volcanic rocks. The redoubt la of atone, and the walla three foot hlgh? without a dltcli. rrovioua to the action there wore a nine and a aix pounder in thla redoubt, but theae were removed when our column moved on the right. The hill la about 150 feet above the Arroyo Seco, or Dry Creek. B.?Cerro Sacramento, on the enemy's left flank ; about 100 feet abovo the Arroyo under It. It U similar to A. It had a redoubt, with a nine-pounder and a heavy four-pounder. The ulne-pouuder waa dislodged by the first fire of our battery of sixes, at C, 1,333 yards distant, and 50 feet below it. C.?A regular circular redoubt of atone, exteriorly, and supported interiorly by u kind of basket work ot brick and poles. This redoubt ia about 50 feet diameter inside This is the redoubt stormed hv ( ant Reid and S. C. Owens. where the latter was killccf (with his horse), and Col. Campbell wounded in the face. 1>, K, K, (J, and II.?Redoubts similar to C. Between them, at equal distances, are intrenehmcnts, from 40 to 60 yards each, with intervals. They are ditches, about SPECIAL DESPATCH TO THE NEW YORK HERALD. Sr. Loiit, Mo., April 38, 1847. I enclose you a rough cony of a sketch of the battle ground at Sacramento. The original was drawn by Major Merri wether Lewis Clark. of the artillery, and the copy which 1 send is in its main features faithful. It was copied in haste. For the use of the sketch I am indebted todeorge Clark. Esq.. of this city, who is a brother of the Major's. THE PARTICULARS OF THE RATTLE. llf Aiujt AR rtHi Battalias Missouri 1 Lioiit Artillery. (.'amp near Chihuahua. Mexico. March 3,1817. > To Col. A.W. DoNiniA*, Commanding Jlmtrican t'orcm in the State of Chihuahua :? Sir?1 have the honor to report, that agreeably to your instructions, I left the camp near Sans, on thu morning of the 38th ult.. accompanied by my Adjutant. Lieut. L. I). Walker, und non-commissioned staff, and proceeded in advance to a position commanding a full view of the enemy's ramp and entrenchments, situated about four miles distant from this point The enemy was discovered to be in force, awaiting our approach, haviug occupied the ridge and neighboring heights about Sacramento. I'pon examination, it was ascertained that his entrenchmonts and redoubts occupied the brow ot an elevation extending across the ridge between the Airoyo Seco and that of Sacramento? both of which, at this point, cross the valley from the elevated ridge of mountains in the rear of the village of Torreon. known by the name of the Sierra do Vietorianto, that of Norntireo de Dins on the rnst. and through which runs the Rio del N'ombreo do l)ios. This valley it about four miles u wiuiu, >nu enireucueu ny me enemy entirely across trom mountain to mountain, the road to the city of Chihuahua running directly through it* centre?and of necessity panning near to, and crossing the Klo Sacramento at the Kancho Sacramento, a strongly hutlt and fortified house, with adjoining corrals. and at other encloaurea, belonging to Angel Trio*, the ( overnor of Chihuahua. Krom observation. it won ascertained that the enemy hud occupied the site between these hills, and that the batteries upon them were supported by infantry?his cavalry being in advanced positions, formed into three columns, between the Arroyo Seen and our advance. During these observations, the enemy's advanced guard discovering iny party, approached rupidly, with the evident intention of intercepting it, but being met by that of our troops which 1 had sent forward, it as rapidly retreated. At this time, also, the three columns of the enemy's cavalry re-crossed the Arroyo Seco, and retired behind their entrenchments. I then approaehed within six hundred yards of the most advanced redoubt, from which point the enemy's formation was plainly discernible. The entrenchments consisted of a line with intervals composed of circular redoubts, front three to live hundred yards interval, with entrunchments between each, covering butteries purtly masked by cavalry. Tbe redoubt nearest to iny position. contained two pieces of cannon, supported by several hundred infantry. The enemy's right and left were strong positions?the Cerro Krijoics on his right, aud having high precipitous sides, with a redoubt commanding the surrounding country, and the pass leading towards Chihuahua, through the Arroyo Hero. The Cerro Sacramento on his left, consisting of spile of Immense volcanic rocks, surmounted by a battery, commanded the maiu road to Chihuahua, leading directly in front of tlie enemy's entrenchments; crossing the itio Sacramento at the rancho, directly under its Ore. and also commanding the road from l'erreon, immediately in ii s rear, the crossing of the main road over the ArroyaScco, at the point from which my recounoissance was made, laid directly under the Ore of the batteries on the onemy's right, which rendered it necessary to ascertaiu the practicability of a route more distant from the enemy's entrenchments. The passage was found to be practicable, with some little labor, and a point selected as the best for the passage of the artillery and wagons, and merchant trains. The whole point of the enemy's lineof entrenchments appeared to he about two miles,and his.force 3000 moti. The artillery being masked, the number and calibre of the cannon could not be estimated. Kurt her, I have tho honor to report, that the battalion of artillery under my command, composed of 110 men, and seven officers, with a battery of six pieces of artillery, were, on the morning of tbe battle, directed to forui under tbe direction of Captain Welghtman, between the two columns of merohnnts'and provision wagons; being thus masked from the view of tho enemy In this esiumn my troops continued the march to within fifteen honored yards of the enemy s most advanced position; our direction was then changed to tbe right.snd tho column having crossed the Arroyo Seco without reach of the enemy's fire, rapidly advanced towards the table land between the Seco nnd Sacramento. At this time the enemy was perceived advancing from his entrenchments, to prevent our scixii upon the heigtits, hut by a rapid movement of the bat cry it was quickly drawn from its mask, and seizinir udoii a favorable position, protected in the rear by a mask, from the attack of a large body of the enemy.'* cavalry ascertained to be hanking on our rear, It was formed and at once opened fire upon the enemy '* cavalry rapidly advancing upon u* At this time hi* charging column was about MOO yards distant, and tho effect of our strap ahot and shells wo* such a? to break hi* ranks, and throw hla cavalry into confusion. The enemy now rapidly deployed into line, bringing up hi* artillery from the entrenchments. During thla timo our line wa* preparing for a charge?my artillery advancing by hand and firing. The enemy now opened a heavy fire of oannon upon our line, mainly directed upon the batterv, with little effect. Lieutenant Dorn had his horse ahot under him by a nine pound ball, at tbi* stage of the action, and several mule* and oxen in the merchant wagon*, in our rear, were wounded or killed, which, however, was the only damage done.? The fire or our cannon at this time had such good effect as to dismount one of the enemy'* pieces, and completely to disperse his cavalry and drive him from his position, forcing hiin to again retire behind hi* entrenchments Kor a short time, the firing on either side now ceased, nnd tho enemy appeared to be removing his cannon and wounded, whilst our line prepared to ehangn our position, and move towards the right, for the purpose of occupying a more advantageous ground. Our object being soon gained, the order to advance wa* given, and Immediately after I was dlreeted^o send the section of howttxer* to support a charge upon the enemy's left. I immediately ordered f 'apt. K. II Weightman to detach the section composed of two 13-pouud >RR ? MORNING, MAY 12, 184 T BATTLBOriACRAMBNTO. : FIELD OF BATTLE. ''erYct c?c> ^y^ . AOAD 7. CHtHUUtu*. "S /' J*~^RiOjju k^; c^frh \ <$/ Xm0M! J y% tedOSb-v? s % Jf I? - y'i Jlgllj^ J?^v ^ _*? ^ J00^>k ftnayf $ (j!t fSaS... ?"* &*$/ ^S?lr^Q0 -> *S?JB mua: - -J>y^ a? Ml ^ |&/0Q| # s*?et?Y *r f X?J^ litentM) yards. From O to H. 460 yard*, yard*. " H to A, 700 yards, yards. throe foot docp. The wholo line of intrenohments, from Sierra de Nombrco do Dion to that of Victoriano in about five miles iu length. I.?Position of enemy' lancers, rallying to chargo our left, and the wagon train at K; but routed by the slxpoundor* at L, the buttery at L moving to the left for the purpose. L.?A battery of four ti pounders. From this position the charge upon the left whs dispersed, and the Are of the enemy from K to H silenced, and two of his cannon dismounted. From this point tho battery mured to C, took possession of it, and opening a flrn on the battery of the enemy at B, soon silenced It. Within 60 yards of D, the howitiers opened between the entrenchments, firing to the right and left. M.?Position occupied by party reoonnolterlng the enemy's Hue, immediately previous to the opening of the action. N.?American's first position, from which the artillery opened upon the enemy's chsrglng column at O, after which, the dud position was taken, and the general chase made. mountain howitsers, mounted upon carriages constructed especially for field prairie service and drawu by two horses each. These were commanded by Lieuts. K. F. Chouteau and H. I). Kvans. and mnnncd by some twenty men,whose conduct in this action cannot be too much 1 commended. Capt. Weight man charged ut full gallop upon the enemy's left, preceded by ( apt. Keid and his company of horse, and after crossing a ravine some hundred ami fifty yards from the enemy, he unlimberedthe guns within fifty yards of the entrenchment, nnd opened a destructive Are of canister into his ranks, which was warmly returned, but without effect. Capt. Weightman ngaiu advanced upon the entrenchments, passing through it in the face of the enemy, and within a few feet of the ditches: and In the midst of cross-fires from three directions, again opened his fire to the right and left with such effect. that with the formidable charge of tho cavalry und dismounted men of your own regiment und Lieut. Col. Mitchell's escort, the enemy were driven from tho breastworks on our right in great 'confusion. At this time, under a heavy cross tire from"the battery of four six-pounders, under 1.louts Dorn, Kribbon and I.aheaume, upon the enemy's right, supported by Major Gilpin on the left, and the wagon train escorted by two companies of infantry under ( aptnins K. F. (ilasgow and Skiilman in the rear. Major Oiljiin charged upon the enemy's centre and forced him from his entrenchments under a henvi Arc of artilitfhy and small arms. At tho sntne time the fire of our own battery was opened upon the enemy's extreme right, from which a continued tire had been kept up upon our line and tho wagon train. Two of the enemy 'a guns were now soon dismounted on their right, that battery silenced and the eneiny dislodged from the redoubt ou the Cerro Frijoles I'orclvlng u body of lancers forming, for the purpose nf outflanking our left, and attacking the merchant train under ( apt. (ilasgow, I again opened upon them a very destructive fire of grape and spherical case shot, which soon cleaned the left of our line. The enemy vacating his entrenchments and deserting his guns, was hotly pursucd'towards the mountains beyond Cerro Frijoles, and down Arroyo Heco la Sacramento, by both wings of the nrmy under I.lent Colonel Mitchell, lAeut. Colonel Jackson and Major Gilpin, and by ('apt. Wciglitman. with the section of howitzers. During this pursuit my officers repeatedly opened their fires upon tin- retreating enemy with great effect. To cover thin (light of the enemy's forces from the entrenched camp, the heaviest of his cannon had been taken from the entrenchments to the Cerro Sacramento, nnd a heavy (ire opened upon our pursuing forces and the wagons following In the renr To silence this battery. I had the honor to anticipate your order to ttint effect by at once occupying the nearest of the enemy's entrenchments. 1 J'iH yards distant, and notwithstanding the elevated position ofthe Mexican battery, giving him a plunging tire into my entrenchment, which was not defiladed, and the greater range of his long nine-pounders, the first tire of our guns dismounted fine of his largest pieces, and the fire was kept up witli such briskness and precision of aim that the battery was soon silenced and the enemy seen precipitately retreating The fire was then continued upon the Knncho Sacramento, and the enemy's ammunition and wagon train retreating upon the road to Chihuahua. I)y their fire the house and several wagons were rendered untenable and useless Ily this time Lieut. Col. Mitchell had scaled the hill, followed by the section of howitzers under ( apt. Weightinan, and tho last position of the Mexican forces was taken possession of by our troops; thus leaving the American forces masters of the field. Having silenced the lire from Cerro Sacramento, one battery was removed into the plain at the rnncho where we gained the road, and were in pursuit of the enemy when I received your order to return and encamp within the enemy's entrenchments for the night. From the time of first opening my fire upon the Mexican cavalry, to the cessation of the firing upon the raneho and battery of Sacramento, was about three hours, and during the whole time of the action. I take the utmost pleasure in stating that every officer and mau of iny command did his duty with cheerfulness, coolness and precision, which Is sufficiently shown by the admirable effect produced by their ffre. the great accuracy of their aim. their expedition and ingenuity in supplying deficiencies in the field during the action, and the prompt management of their pieces - rendered still more remarkable from the fact that I had. during tiie fight, less than two-thirds the number of rannonlers generally required for the crvice of light artillery, and but four ofthe twelve si illery carriages belonging to my battery harnessed witli hor?es, the remaining eight carriages being hurnessed to mules of tint country. During the day my staff were of the greatest service- Adjutant Leo. I) Walker hnving been sent with the howitiers. and the non-commissioned officers remaining with me to assist In the service of tho hattery. In this action thM trnnnn under vonr rmnniMntl huvo rfifttnpml nno nine-pounder, mounted on a cheek trail carriage. one nine-pounder, one aix-pounder. and aeven four-pounder guna. all mounted on new atock trail carriage*. Three pleeea were manufactured In f'hlhuahua. except the nix-pounder, which la an old Hpaniah piece. Three of the four-pounilera were made at the mint In Chihuahua. Seven of the ten pleeea were aplked hut have been uneplked aince their Rapture; four of theae were rendered unaerrlceable In the action; one, entirely diamounted, waa aeiied by my Adjutant whllat in tho act of being dragged from the field by the 1 atreating enemy. There were alao taken, two pleeea of artillery mounting three wall pleeea of one and a half inch calibre each, and theae are formidable weapona upon a charging force. With theae twelve pleeea of artillery waa taken a due proprotlon of ammunition, Implementa, harneaa, mulea. ke .and they may be rendered aervlcablc by being properly repaired and manned; for which purpoae. I would aak for further reinforcement of my command. It Ik with feellnga of gratitude to the Ruler of all hattlea. that I hare now the honor to report that not a man of my command haa been hurt, nor any anlmale, with the exception of one hnrao killed under Lieut. Rom, chief of the firat a ectlon of alx-pound gone, and of one mule. Iwlnnglng to the I 'nited Statea. ahot under one of the cannonnlera; neither haa a gun or other carriage of my battery lieen touched, except In one Inatance. when a nine-pound ball atruck the tire of a wheel, without producing Injury Thla la a feet worthy of notice, that ao little damage waa done to a command greatly expoaed to the enemy a fire, and of Itaelf, made a point of attack by the enemy, If I may ao judge, hy the anowera of cannon aud other ahot conatantly poured Into ua, aa long aa the enemy continued to oeeupy hi* poeitlon. I might onl IE R A 7. your attention to the Individual Instance* of personal courage and good conduct of the men of my command,as wall u* of the intrepid bravery, cool anu determined courage of many of your own regiment, and Lieut. Col Mitchell* eicort, who charged with u* upon the enemy'* work*, were it not impossible. iu any reaeonable apace, to name ?o mauy. equally worthy of diatinction, and did 1 not preiuuie that other field officer*, on that occa*lon, would report the proceeding* of their own commaud*, and the praise-worthy conduct of their own officer* and men With high reaped, I am sir. your most obd't eerv't., M LEWIS CLARK. Major Com g But. Mo. Light Artillery. proci-amaTIOn Of the (Jovtrnor anil Coin in a niter of the .I merit an Forcet at Monterey 1. The undersigned ha* beeu, by order of the lornmandiug General, appointed Governor and commander of the American troop* at Monterey, and ha* entered upon the duties appertaining to *aid offices The inhabitants are hereby informed tbatthe necessary guard* and patrols have been established to insure the supremacy of order and trnii(|uiUity in the city Unoffending citizen* will be protected Iu all their rights, and those who havu beeu induced through fear or other causes to flee from their homes, are Invited to return to them with the aasurancu that they shall l>e protected iu all their honest avocations 'i. All citizen*.whether Mexicans or Amcricuus.are re<|iie*ted to give information against all who may commit acts against the good order aud tramiuillity of the city.'? ns no one is worthy to he called_an \merican who would injure mi' innocent una uiioMinding All persons uru requested particularly to inform against such, and they will be tumiuurily punished All such atrocities us uru mentioned in the sccoud section General Orders, No. 20. vii: ? Assassination. murder, stabbing or maiming. rape, > assault and battery, robbery, theft wanton desecration of rhurrheg, cemeteries or other religious edifleeg. Ike Stc j will tie promptly aeted on. and all iniuor offsneeg against the gafety of the people and the peaee of the eity, will be visited by tho inoet eummary punishments 3. All persona are prohibited rending iutoxlcating liquor* without gpeeial permission. I. Gaming in all It* forine. is especially prohibited, and professional gambler* will not be permitted to reside In the place. Keepers of puplic bouses or others places where gaming is allowed, will l>e sent out of the country when discorered and convictsd 3. Public fandangoes are prohibited, and all persons, whether belonging to the army or not. arc required to be , in their quarters at tatoo. and subject to arrest and examination, if found strolling after that hour through | any part of the city. A. M. MITCHELL, Col. 1st Iteg't Ohio Vol. and Governor. i Official: J. K. Harhi90.ii, A. A. A. tien'l. Monterey, April?. 1817. MILITARY MOVEMENTS. Ox Boarii the Usui .Mobile, ) Mat 9, 1847?Six, Afternoon. { ( apt. Duff's troops, U. 8. Dragoons, embarked on beard thU vessel with Captain Andrews' company of Infantry, at 7, P. M., May Hth. The infantry have ninetyeight men; Captain Duff's troop 100. We lay below until 7, A.M., of the 9th, wailing lor fair wind, whon we started with the best of spirits, having *440 souls on board. Everything was going on finely; the meiv-eu joying themselves by laughing at each other in turn, when they had the pleasure of sea-sickness. until thirty minutes pant 4, P. M. Wo were making all the headway we could, with One weather and wind, when the revenue Hteamer Legare came acroM our course ; we tried to avoid her all wo could, by lufflDg up, but she struck us on the larboard quarter, tearing away full twenty foot of the side of the vessel, staving away all the berths, and completely running us down; but, providentially, not a soul was hurt, although the lady and child of Hergant Williams had only loft one of the berths that was completely stove to atoms, not a moment before. Capt. Duff, with Lieutenant Morrihew, lay til the state room, and only the thickness of a board saved their lives. The sails, also rigging, are so completely shattered,that it will be impossible to proceed to sea, so we immediately put about, and hailed the steamer, and were boarded by one of her officers, when the captain of our vessel, (the Mobile.) with Lieutenant Divver, proceeded back with the officer and held a consultation, and concluded to Immediately put back for New York. The steamur left her figure head in our stnte room, a large oast iron eagle. We huve it on board. The above contains all the facts In the case, but 1 send an extract I from the log book of the Mobile. Charles M. Bugbee, who ran an sxpress from Plan del Ilio to Vera Cruz, for tho I'icay unr,with the news of the recent battle, was repeatedly shot at from the wayside.? X. O. Delta. May 2. NAVAI.. [ From tho Norfolk Herald. May 10.] The U. S. schr Flirt. Lieut. Comu'g James H. Palmer, dropped down to the naval anchorage on Saturday morning, and will sail to-day for the (iulf of Mexico.? The following is a list of her officers Jaiues S. Palmer. Lieut. Commanding; Lieut) nant, Wilson H MeKinney; Master, John Walcott; Ass't Surgeon, James 8 (Hlllan; Midshipmen, (icorg* II. Hare. H W. Scott; Captain's Clerk. John W. chapman The schooner Spitfire was towed from the Navy Yard ty'Jtfmbert s Point on Saturday morning, by tho U. H steamer F.ngineer, Master's Mate Olmstead. commanding. The S. is bound for Vera Cruz. and lias on board an apparatus for raising the U. H brig Homers, which was capsized and sunk off that port in December last Great Firk I.N the Ohio State Prison.?Tliin afternoon, a lire broke out in the shops of 1'. Hayden <c Co., which consumed the entire eastern wing of shops?about one hundred and fifty feet in length, and two stories high The shops consumed were oeeupled for mauufartnring saddle trees, hatnes. and the different branches of hardware. All the machinery and tools were entirely destroyed A very large quantity of saddlery hardware was in the buildings, which now lays in heaps among the ruins A large quantity of saddletrees and haines was also consumed. The loss of Mr Hayden must be great. We have heard it estimated at from $00,000 to 000, but this, of course, is all guess work. We understand he was insured to the amount of $8,000 in the Hartford Insurance Office Tho convicts labored hard, aud did much to extinguish the flames ? CMtontw (OMi) Itefumit May~ ArfAl IIS il* livery Ullil^ (ll)OUl our city now exhiliitH t<ignM of returning nummrr.? Wf *ec only a f?>w remain* of the winter'* Ice and enow. In the very nurrowcat etreeU. where the nun cannot reach. The wharve*. too, are now entirely free, and yenterduy we had three arrival* of utearn vessel*. the St Loui*. the l anada. and the I'rtnce Albert, beside* *everal barge*. We uuderntand that the canal i* to l>e opened to-day. The navigation on l.ake ( hamplain 1* *tilt retarded by bank* of lee at Hou**e'* Point. The steamer* Bur- I lington and Kranci* Saltu* have, for me .lay* part. i been endeavoring to form a pa**ngo through, hut tinlc** j ft southerly wind diapel tlii* icy barrier, it i* thought a , boat cannot reach St. John'* for a few day* yet The atcaincr* have commenced running between Lachine and Bytown.? Montreal Herald, May 0. Polltlrial Intelligence. I. D. Jonca, of I'rince** Ann oounty.decline* to be considered a candidate for Governor of Maryland. One third of the Virginia delegation to (ongre**. juat elected, are of the alumni ef the University of Virginia. WANTED?A Vonug Man, l.'i to II year* of ?ge, well recommended, and who writes a good hand, can find empioymtnt by addreaaing 8. at this office. myUlfr WANTED? A partner, with * le w thousand dollar*, cash, to inveat in a highly respec'able business, established nine yearn in a ceiitra|?p>c*tioii in thla City. Any application addressed to Enterprise, through the oHice of thia P?l'er, w ill receive attention and he treaty a confidentially. roll 11 i ? W ANTED?A aituation, by a youngtuian, speak, Kreueji and English, aa Coachman or Waller, in a genteel family I can give good recommendation*! no objections to go into the country. I'lcaac addrcaa 11. W. Ilrrald office. my II It *rrc , WANTED?By a reapecuble Vonug Woman, a aituation as (.hainberinaid and Seamstress, or Child's Norse. lias : no objections to go to the couutry; good relrrencea given- Andrea* No. 17 Itoae atreet. ci" ""rc WANTED?By tw* reafiectable young women, sanitation, | one aa Coon, washer and ironer, the other to do gemral housework or chamber work, in a amall private family. , The beat of city referencea can be given. 1 lease call ai | Troy street, up stair, .11. ' ft/ANTED, by a reaper7table Trotestaut Girl, a "j"*""" |" TV Cook, Wash, and a.rnsll private famih , oJo do general housework. 1'lea.e call at 211 Wh avenue bet ween 1Mb and ICtla streets. ' WANTED?A partner foran IntelligenceAWire, ing aeserai other lucrative hraiKhea.whe^ agrm.lmi.l bfneficitl lncntivt biiiw" ^ *\ , a i. r ted in one of fhe inr.,1 convenient pUce. ,. he city A hae addreased "Intelligence," at the office of thia ,..,wr willre ceive immediate attention. fl_!_ i ASITffATION WANTED,by ? respectable Trotestant foi i g woman in a uivate '.amily. a. chambermaid and waiter or children', maul, (food city refere,,re can he ha I'teaie apply at No. 212 Hi.lh Avenue, between IMhand Wth AVOUNO I.AUY. for torn* lima rrtident ? Parit, it detirnut of ruining a (rnllrmaiTa family, w lint* 1 d..lighten might within acquire the nun* tiuiahed tirtnchrt of I rUtiratmii, ,,r f?. avml themtrlvet of thorough mcnictl lattrncI lion. No objection to ill* South... Addret* O. L. ll.l.Nrw Vnrk poat oltic*. myll(lt*r Ort HiiLLI< K H ".NT.\V i.K< TI HE ON THI OKI QIN OK LIKE, Ac., to-day. ?i R P. M., Anatomical Hill N. F. corner of Broadway and Orand at. For gentlemen only. Vouilit not admitted Admittion RS r*nlt. All the celebrated aiateen Anatomical Mndelt will b? uted, lie mlllt*r (A K HKW \ 111 > -Loat, on Morula> I <?r the i-l ina'anl, a ip'-f brown l*rri*r llnj, ihonl V> I In weight. tmw*il rar? and Inn* tail ; It eery friendly, andeery hnndtom* Whoerer will return lorn at Mr. Jonea' atililra, IJU Mercer atrert, thai I r*r*i?* lli* alio** reward. in 11 3l*rc ROPE TAH?a eonaMal awpply of r*ry tnpertor quality, j rill hnnd, for III* in lola In tint piirchaaera, liy IAS. T. TAPHIOTT. 111171 Surer to.r li. ( kr It Vdamt. Rt South ttieel. rjI'IKITS TURPENTINE In hbl. and half bblu a an pern ir | 3 artielr, fnrttl* in Iota In auit purr liaaera, by .MH T TAl'rtt OIT,* Aouthat.. mllr Stirrrttor in f'onk? li Adamt LD. PrWra Two VMM. I *WHW QTHI?. v> L TAll p iif\ i h m nu i1IJK.Jl-Y A"C' " " H J M B Bo Jan. aTf, o'.cl.Uiw ,bJ torn No. 432 Hudson ?t near N^orton? \ geur reJ a!u^>rw2^ Vv' ,tOC,'1 "f Pl?t?d Wirt. ^Hnd W.^d Ware, UmpeC locks. Tea Tray., Baaketa. 6,rd e.g.. 1W Pen Ko.eei Gold reiu atidajtreat ranety of other uaeful good*, the atock of a dealer. Sale po.ttiee, rain or ahme for caah, in loU to auit retailers and fainilica. inyll lt?> HENRVH. LEEDSTAuctioMer VERT VALUABLE OIL PAINTINGS.? h H LEEDS & CO. will acll at Auction, uu Friday, May 14. at 11 o'clock, ar Sale rooma. No. 8 Wall atraet, the entire col' lection of coatly Oil Paintings. Enamels and Works of Art, (lie i>ro|>erty of J. I'. Beaumont. Exp, of Una city, numbering about one hundred specimens of tbc firat class. This collrc Hon ia well known aa containing many celebrated paintings of great merit and beauty, moat of which were purchased for tin owner from distinguished collectioaa on the routinent of Europe, and have never been publicly exhibled in tbia Country. Sale peremptory, in consequence of tbe proprietor1! tearing for Europe. May be aeeu, with catalogues thia morning. uiyl2 lt*rrc Fine plants at AUCTION.?A. LEW will aeiun on Tburaday .Morning, at 11 o'clock, at 293 Broadway, a choice collection of Gruruhouse Plants, from the Garden of Mr. J. B. Mantel, consisting or Orange*, in fruit and dower; liuiei of varioui line aorta; Azaliaa, Jaainioa, varioua kiada; Ihtphur,. Olianderi Sic., with many other varirtira?all in fine order. Also, a uuauiity of Flow er Secda, |ju?t received from Holland nil 2trc* BLEECKER St MALLAHY will sell at auction, on Wrdnviday, tlie llth umlaut, at 10 o'clock, at tbeir cabinet warrhouie, Breltinan atrvet, a magnificent aaaortment of Koirwooil ami .Mahogany Furniture Alao, two new rote wood city made Pianofortea. Tbe above artielea can be examined from now until the day of anle. Catalogues arc ready. in 12 lt*r Ell VAN DYKE. Jr. Auctioneer. LEO ANT SALE OF FRENCH PORCELAIN, Vaaaa, Cut Ulan, Gitwudoita. Heavy Plated Ware, Silver Serine!, 4tc.?Van Antwerp It Pine will aell on Tbnraday, May 12, a' 10 o'clock, at the itnie of F. Gerardin, No. 31) Broadway, up itaira, peremptorily,to cjoie the concern, French China dinner, ten and coffee leia, plain wnite and derorated, rich coffee cupi and aaucrri, tete a tete tela, ink atands, eolocue bottles, lie., Sir. - Alio, a haudaome collection of rich Vaici, Cnmucopiaa aad O momenta. Alao, CutGlaia Ware of the riclmat atyle and pattern, aaaorted Alio, Ivory Kuiveaaod Forka in aeti and dozen*. Alao. aplaudid I'ariaaean and Louia XIV atyle Glaaa and China Vaaea; auperb Oirandolea, rich and rlegant atylea, from 4 to 13 light*; Luatrea; Card Vaaei; Bohemian Flower Vaici; Boiuiuet Holderi, lie. ALo, an exteuiive invoice ofiieh Plated Ware, compriaintt i complete aaaortment. Alao, 2 aolid ailver tea aud coffee aeti, and uiimerona other articlva. For particular! of which are auction head Courier and Knijuirrr. Catalogue! ready the morning ol'aalc. my H 3tii*r J. W. BROWN, Auctioneer. I FURNITURE. HOUSE FURNISHING ARTICLES. Sic.?j \V BROWN will aell at auction, on Wedneaday, 12th May. at 10% o'clock, at No. 143 Broadway, a large aaaortment of Furniture, compriiing Sofaa and Mahogany Cham, Wardrobra, Book Caaea, Bureau, Waahatanda, French Badatrada, Ottoman.!, Divaua, Sic. Alao, Hair Mattrraaea. Alao, Solar Lamna, Girandolea, Ivory Cutlery, Table Caaton, Tea Traya, Coffee Urna, and Biggin'a Cut Glaaawarr. lie. Sic. lie. myll 3tia*r K. A. TUTTLE, Auctioneer. Large sale ok Sheffield plated ware. China Dinner and Tea Seta, Chandeliers, Ubn. Qiranilolea, Gas Fixture*. he., on Wednesday, at No.Mi Broadway, (late Gardiner* Furnishing Warehouse ) < ontinuation al?- to close the concern. E. A. TUTTLK will aell aa above, at I0)? o'clock, at No. 28.^ Broadway, (up stairs.) the reaidue of the atoek of the lata "Gardiner's warehouse," coiiaialiug of an exlenaive aaaortmeut of the moat valuable liousefurtiiahiug articlea offered heretofore. Catalogue! will be ready and the goods can be examined the day prerioua. uiyll 2tia*rc D. d. NASH, Auctioneer. Store 1? Fulton atreet. C CARRIAGE MAKER'S STOCK. ? Wedneaday, at 1* J o'clock, al No 225 Green street the atock of a carnage maker, including uAtwirwat leather top barouche, one two seal Kockaway, <!W new wagon, one unfinished do, three arcoiid-hand do, one leather top barouche, oue eleifh, robe and bclla ; alao, amith'a toole, anvils, bellow*. TICea, tape and die* sledges, hammera, lot of iron, <dd wheela, he. Alao, the alock of the paint, wood and trirnmera' eho|w ; lot of henchee. btUN, Sic. N. 11.?The above articlea ean be aeeu at any time before the sale. mlljt'r Hancock lodge no. a i. o. or o. f.-the here of I Uncock Lodge No. 49, are hereby notified that the Lodge will meet hereafter at No. 18 Canal atreet, fourth floor, ou Thuraday evening, mli lt*r ALEX. BAIN,Secretary. A GOLD MEDAL?By the American Inatitule at their laf Fair for the beat Cooking Apiaratua?the only gold awarded for |>ur|>o*r in ten yeara. Cooking Ranges Stovea, Caat Iron Bathing Tuba, Garden Vaaei, School and Garden Chair*, Farmer*' and Dairymen'* Stove*, with inirnrrnii* other* of the *iib*rriber'* patented article*, for which he Inu been awarded, within twelve year*, by arientific associations, Two Gold Medal*. One Silvrc Cap, Twelve Silver Medal* and seventy-nine Diploma*, can be *een at hi? wareroom, where a ?to*e. made on the principle of the range, for w hich the gold medal wa* awarded, will be in operation during the anniversary week. J. LdMOTT. invll If i* r I Water street, east of Perk Slip 'PIIE MOST SPLENDID ILLUSTRATED WORK A in the world, will be published oil Saturday, 15th May, No. 5 North American Scenery, contaiuiug the following No. I. Village of Essex, N. V. No. 2. View near frolon, N. Y. v.. -l L .11. ..Co... \f..*u....l. I ....m No. 4. Residence of A. McMakin, E*|.? Fountain Park* near Philadelphia. The above views are from original drawings taken on the pot, bv K. White fie Id. Karh number ia complete in itself, ami contains four engravings, printed in tints, ami eight |*gtx illustrative text. Single copies 26 rents. II. LONG fit 13ROTHKK. 22 Ann street, N. V. P. S.?To Postmasters ami clubs 6 Copies will be forwarded on the receipt of$l, post paid. mil 'itr DKNTISTliV'.?The cheapest office in this city for Dental operations : llest Premium Teeth inserted from $1 to $1 60 Teeth filled with White f ement 060 Toothache i ffectually cured, without the !eist pain. 0 60 Teeth extracted with less than hall the usual iniiii. .. 0 60 Dr. lirowu fit Brother, dentists, No. 409 Broadway, five doors above Grand street, west side. Mechanical dentistry dons for other dentists. mil 2tia#rc qMiK amkhu vn Composition hooking, hiJ LKV BKMAN, inventor and sole manufacturer?This roofing i*particularly adapted to all kinds of flat rool buildings, or of a ouch of not over 3 inches to the foot, or leu ; and combines the two most important requisites, namely, cheapness and durability ; and ii a greater safeguard against fire, and more impervious to water, than any other kind of roofing used previous to its discovery. And we say, without the least fear of crihtradictiou, that it is more durable than either tin. xiiic, or conper. All wre ask. therefore, of those wisluug to evade one-half the expense usually incurred in roofing, is, to give it an unprejudiced examination. The subscribers have executed this roofing on over 100(1 buildings, all, oran\ ol winch they are willing the public should examine for themselves. We wish the public uet to he deceived by confouuding the American composition with a specie* of tax and paper roofing practised under the pretence that it is the same. The cost of the American Composition Roofing, when executed on plank hoards or shingles, averages from 4% to 6 cents the square foot ; ami when executed on tin, vine, or copper, to 3f9 cents per square foot. Those, therefore, who have old tin, tine, or copper roofs, that are leaky, may here find s perfect remedy hy the use of the American composition, and the heavy ei|tensc attendant upon the old system of roofing and repairing, completely obviated. The lowest rates of insurance obtaiued on all buildings co eared with this composition, oa application to the subscriber* All order, and communications,.either verbs) or by letter, addressed to the suhsruhers at their office, 6116 Houston street, near the corner of Broad way, |or at their residences, 277 Mort street, tad IM I sal 16th street, near 3d aveaae. will receive im mediate attention. R. BKMAN Ii CO. Also, order* left with Wm. B. Omsied, Architect, tl Atlantic street. Month Brooklyn, and T. tt H Beman, 196 At Ian tic street. Brooklvn. will receive nromnt attention rnl2 3t*v NOT ICR?LOHT?The following Kite Per Cent Bond* of the Hfate of Tennessee, were mailed At the New York | ..?t Office on the r#th met. for Philsdelphit. At they have not arrived st tlieir destination. they have doubtless been mi? mailed. All |teraoiia nre hereby notified not to negotiate >o purr hate them, a* payment has been stopped:? Bond No.95, letter A, dated 1st Not. 1RJ8, issued to the Hi wasaee Ksilrond Co. or hearer. Bond No. 96. letter A, same date and issued to the same Bond No. 133, letter A, dated 3u Nor. 1836, and issued to the ( oluinbia 4 entral Hailroad Co. or hearer. Bond No. 443, letter A, dated 3d Mav. 18:f9. and issued ta the Ctdumbia, Puhitki, Klktown and Alabama Turnpike Com heaier. Kacli bond for $1000, and |?ayable 30 years after 1831 mvll 3fr?.l J O. (IRKBORV dfi QUARTER CA8KB PORT WINK. "vr M) do* du. Madeira do. Wines of all kinds constantly on ha?d.iiid for sale foy MRS P. J. KlOCKIRA. 149 Cedar street, widow of the late Paulo J. Figurira. of 71 New street. m 11 61 * r ?. yilWIN.. ASK f(MK ' '* I I I N i, SM.nflS' 7 JOHN THOMPSON, K.ahinnaMe lUir I otter. ha. fitted rill III., hi.enirnt, N<i 1 Broad etreet. near Wall, at a Mima ink aiut Hair Co mint Saloon, when lie latitat kia friend, and the |mililic foenll. myl0 7t?r I ACK I APKS- PKTKH KOBKKTS, J7I Broadway. ha? A J jn.t recited a aplendid naaorttneiit of the following article? J .act < apen, Ma nulla, and Rerthee. from $1 V) upward. 7-1 and II I a lute and Mark Iqt'd will fur rmlri and ahawla Mu.In. and l.are K.mhrnidered Drennee, eery rich 'I tin id and Imitation Inert, in (rial tanrty. Cnmhrc hdhfa, hnniery anaKhitra nf ctrry deaeriplinn Alau. from auction?lit) Ktnbrol.lcred tpulin ct|irt >1 $1 and $1 VI ii..fully ...Id at t( and 17. ] t arl.Mina, I hrmiretta, and Cnllart, vary clirap. inUIOtar rfHK MKMKKHHOVTHK 1 HISTl.K BKNKVOLKNT I, ASSOCIATION arc htrvl'Y reqaented to meet at thr liouar nfCanlaiu Mr I,can, M Walker .treat, at half |M.t I, on Tlitir.iUy afternoon. 11th nut , lor the im rimer of (wv mg the la.l trihota of rw|*rt to their deiwrttu fellow memher, Mr. Win. Mr l.adKlilin By order, A. < AMKRON, Secretary. N. B.?Huitnblr I'vlyea will l.e in readineaa. ml? Zt'chl MIDKH ANI> DKRS SKINS.?IW Hidaa aad Deer Skin., of a I.rye aire and aupenor quality, joat receiaed par brig Tybea, and (er aala by D H MKtlll,, m!2 Jtr N and ?7 Naaaaa atreat. (7 AM I'll INI.?A vary an |>crior article, rouataatly on hand J and foraile in lota to ?uit imrcha.era, by J AM KM T. TAPSCOTT, M Sooth atraat, .--it. In Cool. * 4,1..... BOARDINO in A HON' II FAMILY at Willi,m\ lough ?A Profeaanr of the French Language, having furimbed with elegance anil comfort, a large and beautifully fin lahed hniiae in Williamihnrgh, within one minute't walk of the Perk *li|>. Grand, or Mon?ton itreeta ferry, wiahea to ae commodate, for ihe anmmrr aeaaon. a limited nnmher o< nvirned or aingle ladiea or geinlemen The aituation u one ot the moat delightful In the neighhorh r>d of New York com mainline an catenaiee view of the harbor and city of New York, with the etirrounding aeeenery. Leaenne in the French language and tnuaic if ie<|uircd. Ri ference eichanged. For further information apply at the office of thla paper, or betwecn two and three o clock, P. M , at I2!l Liberty alreet. ml* ?*re LOST, yetaerday morning, on board Steamer KMPfRIC, or in I'ourtlanilt atreet, a Pocket Book containing SIM, md rrreipta from a < lent 11 man in Troy, for about t!M, " hoet er will rrtnru aaid Pocket Book and money In the at I lie National Hotel, or to the f'npfaiii of the F.mpire, .hall he libe. rally rewarded THOMAS N SKINNMt ml* lt*rc

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