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General Poing* at Albany?.V War Speech
?Time ia Money?Office Seeberx?BanU Cemzma?iouerM, und no Ha "Sins for D?bt. CorrcsponnVnce ef the Tribune. AlbaXT, Jan. 1", L*-12. This day was solemnly set apait for Mr. Davc y.ac'* speech in glorification of the Old Hero," and himself, a* participant, in the dangers and brvint of war at New Orleans; and that gentleman has given the House the rise and fail of the Buonu partean dynasty : the origin, cause and progress of the Last War, and a detailed account of the battle which closed it. You will hardly understand what this has to do with the Legislation of this State and the interest, of the People: it serves, however, to illustrate the difference between the prac'ice and tie- professions ofthe maj trity. They began the session with cries of economy long and loud ; and you may have observed that such pre? tension* generally result in extravagance and prof? ligacy. Well, the House gave the People $200 in debate on the matter of saving $15 in am item of Staff Printings abused the State Printer for re ?eiving and the State Administration for paying the $J5 with all the strength of lung* of Swackham ik, and all the polishud verbiage nf O'St li.ivan. McMurray, too, " roared like a su< king dove," for economy. Whthaer the people get the worth of the $15 at the cost of $:.'U0 they must judge. Next, it was proposed to sav to th?* Tiea-ury iie expense of one additional Door-keeper, whose pay is about $L'6U. The mutter was debated oned . Mr. Hoffman proposing thui one door be closed and a ?mall nail placed ovet the latch. Mr. 0' Sullivan proposed as a compromise thai n small boy bu employed at half priee ; tins proposition he supported ably and learnedly. Mr. iMcMuuiuY fell upon the small boy. .and gaye him a severe flagellation, every stroke laid on evincing ?kill, /??search, eloquence and general acquaintance with small boys. Swackhamer hammered away upon the *mull nail-head with many happy hits ; and ;hr proposition being narrowed to a small nail; a small boy and n full grown man?the result by ballot was the employment ol the full grown run:), the Regency having one- on hand unprovided for. I'ny say.$250 Expense of debate._. 525 So the Door-keeping cost State more than last year. Next, this Glorification speech costs the State $100?in justice to the speaker. I must ray i: v. a good speech. Yet, considering one may buv " the battle of New Orleans " with a picture on the coyer of Gen. Jackson on horseback as grim as Mars, for sixpence, $-100 se< ms rathi r a high price for the treat to the People's Representatives only. These are but a part < : the pruciires vs. ! professions of the majority, and here are three j items at a charge of about $1200 for economv. Since the incursion of the Northern Hordes into the Eternal City, never was one so besel uml be? leaguered as is this with hungry applicants for of? fice?sturdy beggars hanging upon the skirts of every man having a vote, or the prospect of influ? encing one. The Regency me obliged to put them on the slate to lie rid of them, and then rub their names out at. leisure?they being the source of the appointing power are the point of greedy attack. Croswell, Flagg and Dix pass along in lii ? way of their ordinary avocations, surrounded by a u rinue like the Buddha priests of Ceylon ; they ferret them out of every hiding place; they fall into their very kneading-trough? like the dies and locus s of Egypt, and embitter the very bread they cat. How they are to satisfy them is their affair. It has been proposed, as every member of the party is an ap? plicant, that the names be drawn like Yates and Mclntyre's old-fashioned lotteries; but does not the statute run against that plan .' It seems necessary, however, to muke or steal some additional places for a few leading and influential partisans, und to this end a bill has been introduced into the Senate to legislate the Bank Commissioners oat of office. 1 happened into that body during a debate on that subject. Mr. Dickinson was replying to Mr. Hunter, who had alluded to his want.of educa? tion, und I have never heard any thing so perfectly withering as were his remarks?perfectly annihi? lating. Hunter sutlike a convict taking sentence. That Mr. Dickinson is a ''great fellow," fearless. [ true and honest?quick of apprehension and firm of purpose. Such a man, with or without educa- j lion, is nw " ugly customer/' for a mere party con? triver lo attack. The opinion in that 1 hinter will be slow to venture upon him again. Mr. RhoaOES made an aide speech to-day i" re? ply to Mr. Sherwood's panic effort. This Mr. Sherwood is a new S.-nutor from a Canal section of the State, arid yet he abused the Internal Im? provement policy, urged ihe immediate stoppage of the.Enlargement; decried the New-York and Erie Railroad : said State Stocks were worthies trash ; that the Banks must suspend ; and a great deal more panic absurdity and nonsense. He turned round and addressed the lobby alter the manner of a demagogue, with a tirade against the j policy of tlio Stute. Mr. Rhoades is from the same District, and he vindicated his constituents fror? the libel cast upon them by the other Senator. The party are in trouble about a Secretary ol ' Stale. Attorney General, &c. No matter whom they may select, they cannot till the places of John C. Spencxu and Willis Hall. The barn-bum res, (us the ultra Leco-Foco* are- called.) are for Samuel Young for Secretary, and I am mclinad to the opinion that Gko. P. Rakukr of Buffalo will be Attoiney General. The Bank Commissioner bill proposes to take tho appointment from the Governor arid Senate and give it to the Legislature in joint bailor. Mr. ! Dickinson finally moved an amendment making them elective by tin' People, at any Governor Flection. This seemed to embarrass the majority ?not liking that their professions of Democracy should contradict their acts so speedily. A petition was presented and read in the House for the repeal of all laws enforcing civil contracts That is going it. h was, or ought to have been, referred to the Loco portion of your City dele^s. tion. Yours. &c. P. Q. FX?' Judge Mullanphy, at Si. Louis, has been indicted for unjust conduct toward M. Risque, whicli we mentioned .some lime since. CO"" Mr. W. Van Zandt of Rochester lias de.-: d having written the letter purporting to be his. pub? lished in the Tattler some lew days since. DrownKl*.?Two voting men by the names of Seymour ami George Hoskins, one 23 and flic other 12 yettrs old, were drowned in Charlotte, Vt. on tin- 13th inst. They were skating on the ice. which broke and let them in. Their cries were heard, bur too late to gnin assistance. When found they had hold of each other's hands, in w hich situation they went down. LAWYER'S DLAUY... January 24, 1S-12. Calkndkr *rthe U.-S Circuit Cockt Tin? IKv? 12$,- J??,57, "70; 150,151; 152,153,J54; 155 157 158 I5Q 1CU, 42,43, 162, 163 Uli. 163. Calkndcr ok Couri or Com.mox Plkas, This Day - Aojoarucd. XJ~ Court of Chancery siU ut Albany. CiL? I-ntcUigcRcc. Reported for the New-York Tribuua. POLICE OFFICE. Saturday, Januar;. 22 Attempt to Kill *y Stabring ?a colored woman i rune.) Henrietta Jackson wa? arrested on Friday nicht for slabbing a colored man named Joseph Johnson, of the tear oT 143 Anthony street, whh s. knife iu several place? iu the head and face, indicting dnujjerou? Wouud?. Sin1 was committed to answer for it. Charge ok Arson.?A Frcuchaian named Auloiuo Kin' was arrested by officer Mctirath on Friday evening; < barged with having set fire to hi- house, No 41 j Thoni a?-?treei. oa Tuesday last. The house is the s::iut> ? hsr< Eilen Jowsli wa? murdered, and ike furniture iu if. said to be not worth more thau $.r>0, was injured for ?800. On Tuesday tha accused and his wifo left the house, after locking it, and soon after it was discovered to bo on fire. Tfee door was forced aud a quantity of straw, apparently tnnpu*] ?ui of a b?d, found under tho collar starra ou tire, and soon extinguished with little damage. The accused was held to hail iu $'00 to answer. Counterfeiters and Counter*eiting.? Ob Friday night, officers A. M. C Smith, of this city, aHd Van Voor hees, of Brooklyn, arrested an old one-eyed offender, earned Lewi? Lloyd, charged with having r>a*.-ed to Mr. Price, a batter of Brooklyn, a $10 counterfeit bill, pur? porting to be of the Commercial Bork of Boston ; another of the same description being s!si found in his possession. Ha was committed to pri??n at Brooklyn to an?wer. A ni^n named Simon Frazer was arrested cn Friday night lor pausing a $3 hill of the North River Banking Company, altered to tae North River Bank, tu Israel L. Vanbergh; of No. f'6 Centre-street, for a quarter box of segnrs. He had also offered nnother bill of the same kind the same nisht to tii?- box-keeper of the Chatham Thf i tre. and was committed on both ::nrges to answer. A man named Joseph Thomas -*-as arrested on Friday nisrht. charged with passing a $5 bill, altered from the Commercial Bank of Millirgton to the Traders' Bank of Boston, to Mr. A. P. Waring, corner of Fist Broadway and Scamrnel street, lie wa> committed to aa-wor. A mtu named Henry Potter w-as nrrestad cu Fr.Jay night t<y officer* C. F. Hay- ard Lowe, and Mr. O^borne. Clerk of Pche*. bavin? in his possession a bank LOte plaie, purporting to be of the Agricultural Bank of f>r?-a: fe ud, altered from the plate of some broken Uink. When arrested he whs in the act of bargaining with Mime printer iu Ann-street to strike off some of the bills', and was com? mitted to answer. Stolen o;;s ri overs ii ?Officers liarraaa B. King and Bailou, f<n Friday night, found in a house in Mauls n strct a quantity of -tob-? goods, consisting of 6 single (?<??! blankets, a table cloth; binnacle lirnp, pantaloons, 2 shirts and a haw, Molen, as was supposed; from a steams b ?at or other ves?el. An owner is wanted for them at the lower Poli Riot and Disorder.?! >h Friday night; George Jet k os; J.? I Campbell, David Campbell, John P. Lloyd, William j.Travcrs and James West were arrested by officers^Ste phims, l.ov/e, Mathwafto and Stckeiy fur forcias their . way into the hall room nfGotLic Hall iu Broad way, wh^u ! the Cbledoniau Bail was enacting; and conducting when in : in a riotous aud disorderly mannet' They fought the ofli ? j eery, but wer': lodged in the watch-house, and were each ! to-day fined and held to bail in $500 each to answer; Thks'ts.?Tyler Jacocksanil Catherine, his wife, were j j arrested on Friday night, chargad with stealing .some j bluiikcls, Sec frotn the t :?? imer Belle, tor whh Ii ihey ? ere ! sent to prison. i'eter (Edwards, color'-'.' man, ?*-.-,<. arrested and commit- i .tedforstcitllrtg a boxof sperm candles, fraud in his no? i seasiou by officer McGrath, whose should r was disco! ite I j by the fello* at the time the officer arrested him. i Another Forgery on'a Large Scale.?Officer W. H. i (ibwyer to day arrested a Wall street broker named Fran? cis Me'.fjrd, charged wita forging u note for Ss^. IC 14 date 1 the ITili of September last, purporting to be drawn by Messrs. Tracy, Mnver& Irwin, eight months after date, end payable t<> Messrs. W. T. Crook & Co., and with thai r,d >rsi meat thereon. It ujij ear- that the accused, in .ii* way m business, liaJ many note.-; pass through his bauds for discount, and this being ouc, he made a copy of it and uegotiatcd thespHriousnote; uud that he has al-o marie copies rf other notes,'which ho has circulated, viz: nn. oibcr utttc purporting to he drawn by the sumo Grin for j j -Scab"; two others for $?'.0 each by Messrs. W. F. A s Waring ; 0115 for $eOU by. Ward tfc An-' a; one forSTUO ' : by Blaachard ?t Blodgi 1, ami another tor $?00 by D.?r.:- | mus, Suydani Si Nixon ; aud it 1- presumed mauy o;;.li in aii amounting to between $'J ??? and $lU,t)0U. Met ford waj committed for farther examination'. CORONER'S OFFICE. >ati-k|!av. January 22. The Coroner held an inquest to-day at N~. :'?7* Orange street on ihr body of Eliza Linke, colored woman, aged -i, a native of Baltimore, und a person of grossly intem? perate habits. The oecuused hu-i besu dl unk almost every day tor about two mouths; and returning home iutoxi<.atsd on Friday night, se zed her iufutit, threatening to destroy it. nttouipted with n knife to kill the colored man she lived with; ?in toon afterwards attacked with ciamps and fits, i winch continued until nearly day break, when .-he was ' found insensible, bad died soon after. Verdict?Died ol intemperance arid dissipation. fiUNDAT, Jan. '.'.'I. Tae Corot.er to-day hold e.n inquest at tho house (.1 I Win. Williams, No. ISO Cherry-street; on toe bodj of John Croulic, bot 11 111 Russia, uged -7 year*. The de? ceased was one of the Sandy Hook hranch pilots; and li.oi been for Nome lime jiast subject to fit*. He bulged "itii Mr. Willinu s, end retired to bed between 8 and !) o'clock j on Friday night, and was found dead in Iiis bed about j iioou on Saturday by u lad, tho Intrkeoper of Mr. Williams, I who wen; to his room loc.-.ll him. Verdict?Death from epilepsy. Also at No. 63 Christie-street, "ii ihe body of Peter Thompson, a native of ibis State; between 59 ami ?0years > of uge, who luul been in ill health for some time pa.-t, and j dird somewhat suddenly on Saturday. Verdict?Death from effusion ol the cliust. Also at No. :JH Walnut-street, on the body of a g irl of the town; uamed Elizabeth Smith, born 011 Long Islatd, 33 years old'. She was very intemperate, and was seized u day or two since with violent paiun in the side, und died ou Saturday afternoou. Verdict? Dbnth from pleurisy. MQii.ha.> ivixUCjiET. ffinler; at tin: glioclc 2^vehisnye. Jnn. 'J^. 50 Dd. & !lud. IM i 75 do.sCOd ?J." do. U3I l?U do. sow 92 Lr)M do. ' 1 25 do.?30d 3D 3S0IIarlem.R. 25 N. J. RR. t'.o 50 Paturson R. 4S ?20? do.sfJOd 47i 50 do.bCOds ''. 25 Stouiugton R_ 17 31 < ,lo. 9-1? 15 do..... 17? 2."i National Bank ... ' 2o do. 17; 50 Mohawk R...slOd .3! j Id do. 17 ?J5 do. ?sjj 25 Canton Co. I9i SKCO.M' board. 50 iisrlemR.U. Si.l?i do.bJds Couiuxcrcinl and ltloucy Mnliera. Saturday, f. ftf. The sales ai.tho Brokers' Board to-day wi re not very extcusivo and without material chungo; Tho sales it .State Stocks were ut about the r.v.(.s of Friday : 5,000 Illinois ?s 'TOcash 20}j 1,000 lud Ster. 5s. 2-J ^^Kits do.20i 5,000 lnd. 5s. 22 10,000 do. 20J 3,000 do.sl5d 2lj 2,000 do.?;!J 20? 7,000 do.;S| 2.000 do.20 I 3,000 d. 23j 2;|r)U do.sib I93| 5,t00 do.s30d 2i; 7 iHHl do.-0-i 2.C00 do.saw '-'J n'.OOS do.saw 20 5,000 do. 22i l.iKiu do.sltds 201 500 Ohio t??, '00. 67 1,0tK? do.2iV$j_ second HOARD. :t,i (HI Indiana Bonds. . 23 Messrs. Pepoon A HolTman have been appointed ag-ats I for the redumption of the notes ^t the Back of Luiijing j urg. \\'.- wore misinformed in rclat >m to the injunction *aid tii have br.eu laid on the sale of Illinois Bands by the Me chunics*.Banking Association. Dae notice was given of the sale, and no injunction has been laid. We have sren private letter - frcm Co'f.i.abiis. Geerria. who h state that the popnlace were ?iHch excited against : the Bank?, and had throatcned an attack upon the Kink ' of:Columbiis; The Columbus Guards were prepared-to: resist any such exhibition of violence. It will bo secu by reference to a letter from our Corres- j pondent nt Columbus, that a Bill ha- pas., i one branch of j the Legislature of tbst State to enforce the resumption of | sp? tie payments after the 4th of March next. The Farmers' Bank of.Cnutoii, Ohio; has suspended pa) mcnt. The Banks of Baltimore in answer to the qneries of the Legislature Committee iu relation to resumption; sn nnunce their readiness to resume, exceptingtbe Frat kbit, whicii 1? wiuding up. and the Farmers' and Mechanics.? Most of the Banks, however, think August ii ? arh iKoug 1 ami thai it would be injudicious to resume without Penn? sylvania and Virginia. _ London Monev Market.?-The President's Message aad the Sj eeeh of the Kili: of Uie French, as wed as the appointment of Lord Ashburton had had a very favorable effect upon the money market, and nearly every descrip? tion of stock was buoyant. Money was more plenty. Ou the :?J inst. Consols were S9j for the account. The pre: tuium upou Exchequer Bills was 17s. oh India Bonds, prc m.uni 5s.-ihc highest pomt they nave touched for some time. Markets.?Tho duty on Wheat had been advanced to 23s. Sd., ou Flour 13s. :?J. per bbl. Wheat had declined about Id. per bushel in hood. The tranwedons were limited. Tharcceiptsof Foreign Grria aud Fl*ur aad be-a koavy. The stock of Cotton at Li%verpe?l on the 31st ait. was 4vi?.>>3n bale,. The demand was very active, both for cou sunipiioa and specwlhtion, aud American wssqaotod at an advance of fsl per lb. Tae sales for isie siv day? preced? ing the Midiug of the steamer rca:h.-d 27,000 bales, snd th? in -rket coniiuucd to have a buoyant feeling. The ac? counts from America were looked upon as being favorable for trade and a good feeling a.- to the future business wx< generally entertained by commercial met. At Manchester the feeling was also better, and an im? provement boih in demand ^ud prices ?es Ijokad for. Yarns bad slightly advanced, and Cloths were bold much more tlrmly. XT Batcbers_THE LICENSE? BOTCHERS oi the City of New-Yosk are req tested lo raset at the Batch? ers' E.xeha'iz?. corner o:' Fif a it u I Fir/t Avenne < - j TUESDAY EVENING um:, Jin. 2-ith it 7 o'clock. ;o j '? hear ?ome iatereitin; stat.--..":;: i relation tr. :he NEW YORK AND ERIE RAILROAD and the bcarir.g thai the completion of this work will rm'cupoa their i?t<?re.-t;. Daciel Burtbett, J. M. Patterson. John C Chamberlain, John W.iTif r. Jacob P. Aims. it miei Harmony. Jame- L. Stewart, Walter Brig??, Math?* H. Chsu-e, Williani MooR, Frauci- Coding, ?Villi n: T. Ryer. R.o..cri Eldir. Fre :er:cx Johnson. Audrey C. Wheeler, John H.Seaman. Lauclhg Ferris. Joseph McArdle, Gcdr.se Haw*, Charles DeVdejj Betij. W. Valentine, Ames: Fink, senior. J. bp CbappeL Barnard Rice, Gewg.c Peseacer, Edward Phi ij 0*ea Mocashan, Isaac Valentine; Jame&Gd?doian. Samuel Patterson. J F. & W, Anderson, Hepry M. Valentine, Fracci- >> >r?!n;i k, Wru. H. McCreery, William L. Reeve*, Robert Bealtv, Coarle- C imi bell. Jacob R. Reed, jii 2t Thomas E Broadway; ET Fourth Ward.?NEW-YORK AND HP-IK RAILROAD MEETING.?In pursuance to the call, a larjre and respectable meeting was held on Thurdcy eve? ning, the 20th i::.?t. a: the Shakspcaf' fftttoL, ccruer of William ami Duanc streets. On motion of Thomas Bartlett, Judge R?ndele ?h call?d to the Chair: Samuel ; ak$ and John V. C?ON, Esqg.. wer; appointed Vjce'rl: : PreaidebU; Thomas Bartlett ami Charli s Chamcek LAi.v. appointed Secretaries. Statements in full of the present situation of the Cum- j pacy, and appeal.- to the pu lie, w, ro made i:; s very ..!.:..? manner by the Mcssr*. <'<? - W. K^Iph: Joseph Hoxie; D. Ma-omb"r, nnd Charles P. Daly. On motion, :?. committee, consisting of Messrs. Charles P. Daley, Thon. H-Burrows Ja?cp-j Row, J. E. D. Hall j and II. Kiutr, wer? appointed io draft rcjoluiions expn -- siye of-the sense of the mi a tine.', ???'no reported the fcHow inir resolutions which were unanimously adopted . Resolved-, That wcrecognize in the New York and Eric Rail.-oad one oi t&o-e mighty chains of internal corainuui- i cation, m the projection and completion of iynich .he pro? | pCMty cfit?o Empire Statu i? desply^inierwoveni and we i conceive :t to b? ihr Imperative duty urou every citizen j ofNew.-Ybrk to give to this mighty enterprise his earnest ? and unfailing support. Resolved, Th .1 the onlcrprizs of ihe :-'ta-? of M --: chusetls.oxhiiiiti d in t ie eon.pb turn of io:r ?rcat \\ r-te.-h ' Railroad, reflect?, in lite strongest manner, upon the in lerests of ihe citizens ol this .State, and that it behoves. . to tie speedy in our exertions to secure ihe weiihh titd re; sources of. ihis ^tatc from being carrietl from us by thi un.inpi: enterprise of our Kantern ncigbors. Ui/i>!ctt!. Tiisil vfecoiuiiter these eri ut i>?-its of comi . aicatiou, by which every hection ol our cotiatry is heini; laiddpen 10 thc activo entcrpriso of our peopje^as peculi? arly charccteristic of the onward progress ofthe age in I which we live, and aa.dneply ideatifiod with tha prcs^at i bappiticss aad future welfare of this gr. at and wide-spread Repub 'i . Resolted, That a i ih>^ city of .Nf w ^'. rk i> destined to become tne. repository of this great tributary slreairi of wealtli and prosperity, wq consider it- iuter.est in its com 1 pietion to be parainouni to ihat ol auy other section of ilin Stale, Hint as its quota to the compii tidn of the road . limited to the subscription dfToue mi lion deli irs worth of j ?leck, we regard the action of its citizens and capitalists inward the ra;v:iit.' of liiat sum to he an net of imperative duiy. llcjulvrd. That we approve of the plan of ward su!>- ' scriptioss, a:;d *>o conceive it to bo ihe int. rest of every man who i? capable of Enhscribiiig SJ??, whatever may be his voeation or position in lifc, isi invest r. in an enter? prise that promises a more fruitful return.for his inv.-i meat tlmu anv i.u'ilic un lertakiug that iia^ t--. >m been pr > j-.cird iu lios ;s!aie. Oa motion, the fotboving named gentlemen were .?;? pointed a Gommiltee, to obtain subscriptions to facilitate ! the completion of t'ue New York ami Erie Railroad, viz VV1LLTAM HALL, CEO..D. GOGGESIIALL, CHARLES P: DALY, HENRY WILLIAMS, STEPHEN HOLT ai d HEZEKIAH KELLY' Rtsvlctd, That the proceedings of this in<-?>ii::sf be j aigneil by the officers and published in ihe daily paper.-. On motion, the meeting adjourned. DAVID RAN DELL, Chairmam SAMUEL. SPA ?KS, ., , . JOHN V. COON, y% ,c0 4 r??deBt?. Thomas Harth ti. ) Cha.*. Chamberlain, ySecretaries. j.:,lt CT WnMbiu^ion Temperance Benevolent 1 Society.?In : ccbrdanco witn the rcvi>etl Ceobtituti. : tho raei tings of tliis Society will in future be hcltl 6c Sun day. Tuesday and Thursday i vcuings, instead of Sunday, Men.lav und Thursday; as herutofcrc. j22 2t" J. \V. KELLOGG; ?m - XT" Tcmpernocc 4'?-iet?rjnion?A Repetition of the exhibition of ilnr Thirteenth W ar.l Juvenile Tem peraiice Socioty,.will take place on TUESDAY EVE N I N'l J, Jan. ~?, at T o'olcrk. -t the L'aurcii corner of t. hris tie und Delaacy streets. TaocxcrciseS will consist of Dia? logues, Recitations, Addrc.-scs. Ate. Music by a Juvenile L'ie'ir, un-'cr ilia direction >>( Mr. Webster. Tickets of AdraissicDj l?J. The avails of tbe sale of which is to be appropriate d to the I> mi volent Fund of the Mount Pieasaht Washingtou >? ciety. Tickets may be obtuiced at the office of the Temperance Union, Clinton Hall; of Mri.Woodrufl at the Broadway I lou ,c, of Mr. Hartshorn; No. 442^ Gr ind -irret, and at tho d< or of tbe Church. 3t* F o a k ? r?j o rv ii om,y: IT?" Ternix r*??liir? <l iVom '1'vn to TfcaiKjK? DOlLliAB*. ACADEMY, 2SI BROADWAY, opposite VVasbinaton Hall Mr. GOLDSMITH, the Ameriean Unrivalled Penman, pledgeskinisoli to impart to the Ladies Gentlemen of New-York and Brool lyn his much admired System of Mercantile and Epistolary WRITING, or return ihe money at tiijcii irati-n of the Ictsohs. Mr. ii. ha* obtained ibo ?'ir?i Preniiniu three successive years for the best -p enm-us of Off bsu I Writing exhibited ut the Fairs cf the American lostitute. Booms open during the Day and Evening. Tlie Ladies w ill meat daily from I! t" i o't look. 0 i' i u i o ii s of the Pro*.-. Mr. GOLDSMITH ?Judging trom what we have s-jen we iiiu-i pronouacd bim to no unrivalled n. the u;e of the pen. [Boston Morning Tost. Mr. Golssmith;?He we say unhesitatingly iliemost accooiptiskud oil ban I Penman we Ii ive ever si en. [New-York Eye; iog ig. a!. New York, Jan. 15, IS32. j-J l 6t" UT 'Winter ."tinil a rraiiutnit iit.?The Po.t. opens at S A. M. and clote- at 7 P. '', daily, except Sur. days. Od Sundays th? yilicc opens at9A.M and closes I et 10 ; opens ngain ut and closes it 'j. P. M. The mail.- a eclosed at ibis ??fli.-e a- folloWir; viz: The | ttrcal North Mail on the E ust sidr of the River, via Yonk i r- Ping Smr. P?usukrcpsie; Huiboa, to Albany add Troy, ami all offices North a. d We-t of the -aaie in die Slate of N'w York, in 9 o'clock at nig'ut. sad leaves the j city at -1 o'clock" the next morning. This mad i eludes j the otficea in the counties cfVertnoiit lying on the west side i'f the Cireeu Mouufair.-. Upper hu ! Lower Camda the county of Eric, Pa., and the counties of A-iit.-.buli and ; Geagua, Ohio The mail op the west of tlie Hud.on Kiv\;r, via Hackensack, N. J . and Piermont, N. Y . ?.;?..-'? iu 7 A M..aud supplies the cucnes of Rock land, Oraaga, Ulster. Su.livuu. iireeit". and Broome. The;GrcatSbutbera Mail cloScs at :^ P M. daily -x cept Snnilay; on which day it will bereafter b<- closed at lj P. M. la thisinaii i- included ell matter for the Sou th? orn and Western States, also ail oilier* io N. J aud the .-outkei n tier of cownltes ia ihe Sihte of New.York. Aa extra mail for Philadelphia via Jersey l-ity, sipplyidr all ihe principal towoj ip N. J. on tne route through New- J Hrk. New-Brass wick, and Trenton to Camden, is made up and -eut daily, a^d i lo-es at 2 A. M. Ail tbe other t matt- as usual at this ?::': e. j CODDLVGTON, P. M. Post-Office, New-Y. rk. Jau.20,1S41 j24 3TJ" tiooru* and Board.?GestlemeH wisj-in: to engage Apartments and Boarding f-r the Winter b* accommodated ou mo<i reasonable term.- in the new urn! ?:xc-jlleiit house No. 12 City Hsll Place, not cue minute"* ?a!k North of tbe Posi Office, and couvsctent to Broad way. Wall and Peart-streets. Those wbb have not yet raade arrangements for the wiiiier are rarce>t!y invited to call before etigajmg elsewbere, as every erTort w ill here be made to ensure the comfort *nd satisfaction of the boarders. ;'-^_ "r 4 XT Cultivator !?Jasi received i freab supply of the January number of the ' Cultivator.' A'so. a supply : of th-t>a-t ve .r. at the corurr of Fulton aud Nassau-st, by D A* V Ti IN Si N E W >l \N._-_ J13 XT All JPerwous baviur claimsiigainst th ite | tl lishtng firm of George Dearborn fcCo. areirequested tod >cnd them in wri?flc~immedfaiely to the office of Henry C. j Deraing. Attorney, No. 17 W A\ ?:. j'-' " rr Geological Cabinet* -AND CHILDREN ? BRICKS, proi er ia all lases to precede the Alphabet; h? lessons for children. For -ai-at the Exchange Lyceum, ; Broadwav. LECTURES ON rONrilOLw?V. by Mr. Wyatt. tre proposed at the ?auie place, where ladies and gentlemeu w'iahioc to attend, are requested to call and leave their uaaies for the Coursre. j-i XT Particular Notice?Those persons having furniture of aay ilescriplioa to -Ji-p.'-e of, or who -re j tireakiug up bouse-keepiac, will Hu i a rca ly safe for any j portion or all of ttieir goods, le. sending tacir address, ?r calliug upon the subscriber GmmIs to any amoaut oar ha--ed: 030 f2J F. COLTON, 197 Caatnam ?tr??: ? ??RiNE JOURNAL :* -' - - - -YORK. JANUARY 24. 1542 _ '^ilagYanct .' isianac.?This Dat rac sex tsemoom reu. sei ? I 4 50 Si t- 5 2J i southl? 26 7 33 Lh te it Datei. l -<ior. -_Jan.3 hate-e.Jan.-2 ..-^s.-_.. ;. jan. 4 ; NEw-cs.lea.t*.Jan. U i a i i; ? ji 5 t e a m - S h i p a to A rri i s t- M L-vr;S.i..,.'L r!om LTfCaPOOL I all sicia; leaves_Fey. 4 i Aeadia. leaves.March 4* Tbc aert 5 *. c a m - S b : p to Leave raosr ?cstcn ra*.m bojtcn Britannia, i-jave?_Feb. 1 ! Caledonia. leaves. .March 1 ?.'LEilSa satc2sat: ?hip- Louis Philippe; Casra :f. Havre, Boitoa. Fox & Livingston; Oncida. Swift, London. Grinncll & Mmta-ra; Romulus. Holir^tlifc. My.-ue. Ct, L L Meacaaia; Daaua ship.Car?iarina, Dn Echer, Antwerp, Schmidt Ac Balcher. Bn.-k Rothschild, Laary, Sliso, Brett Si. Vo*c; Br baric Odeisa. Vaugnaa, Ha;;. G B Morewdod &. o. Brie- Fl? riria Bianca, Marschall, Belize,(Hood)BElaa co; Tampico. N eagle, Franklin; La: Br brig Colonist. H adersoa; Liverpool, Barclay & Livingston: Waisoa. Douglass Wilmington, NC. R R Buck; North America. ?'? r.c it. B- oc. Brut J; %'???.,?; Martha K:ag?land. Cha.i : r .-*. Tr.< mas; Badger A Peck; Albert. Sears. Laguay. ra.G Whiiaker; Juir. J ce Cartasrena; Keller, (iaavaraa, Brett ?fc Vosc: ?i?_ a, A very, .V_ a vitas, Bret: JfcVos.: Ataiacta; Job ..-oa. Philadelphia. S irs Cnml r;ic-. Hal . Bo con; K A Stevens; Briggs. Bosi b; Vi Perch" i. Alexandria, DC; Erie; Wing. Wan - :;, M - . Rob: Mills, Morse, Gaiveston and Co? 1 ? a. , ?. H Bro* ?. Repeal r, Francis, Wilmington NC: Mi hi'i an, . st Thomas and .? market. S W Lewis a?R'v.:d Saturday. S'.ip C uurieri r> nrgaa. 57 ds fin Palcrms, fruit A c to Lawrence ?fc Robinson: Ship riartii'nger; ?"< tf.a. !7 ds fm Apalachicois, cotton to Pi >i A Phillips Ship Calkoun, Meyers, (1 ds fm Charleston, cotton Jke to G S niton. Ship 1.3rk, Watson, ."?! J. fm Montevideo, hides ifcc to J McCrea jr. Brig Msy Flftwar, Thompson. 14 ds fm St Domingo, mdz ?ve; iioaii! to New Haves^ tnj Gip. Croivell; 31 ds fm Canary Islands, Barilla; VVi sou Sc Broivu Brig Mars Hill, Gray. 17 ds I'm Santa Cruv.. Cuba, ma? hogany to Chasrerl.-tin a Ponresk Brig P .1I.i-. RcnwicV;.]20 ds fm Cadiz, via New Lou dou. ??,i!<; &c toSchormerhorn A: Mareb: I'--:- Mayflower; rbompson. 14 ds fm Grenada; mda to Trowbridtfe a Dwijhroi New Haven. Sehr ???? arc, Qration. 3C ds fm Sydney, via Thnuia* ton; coal to Badger A: Peck. Sehr A M Haie, Prarse, ti ds fm Boston; mdz, K Lewis, Sehr B ipid, ' per t'..::;d- n. M>\ lime. 5 ur Pequol K-.-S'.-. Bo I >n, mdz to E & J Herrick. \ M Ch tse, II i! . Boston, mdz to J Atkins. Sehr Ja p r, Nick rsdn, Boston, mdz to $ Wr Lewis. Si hr All?er! M Ifsle, Purse, Boiton mdz. Sehr Pcquot, Lovett, Boston, mdz; Sciir No,-;ii Anmriean,Sterling, Virginia. Sehr Benjamin; Smith,.Virginia. Sehr Daniel Barclay, Bush, Virginia. BELOW?2 ships, 1 bark. J b.-ie-. ill u x x i e o : tVt Mobi .1 in. 10, .Mr. Udolpho Wolfe of this city, to Miss Vnn T Burke; daughter of J. W. Burke, Esq. of Mobil . pie?: Ii ihia city Jan. 22 of consumption, Abby, wife of Isaac Ogdcti i. thc CSta y ir <>: her age, formerly of Orange; New-Jer^?y. In I h : ? >. Jj::. 22 CapL John Ackcrraan, formerly of Nova Scotia; I- Ulis city, Jan. -j.. Jam?-? (j'Cmiuor. aged 33. In this city,.J n. 2l,.?ominick Ferre'e, aged.42. Iii " ii ? ity, .i in. -J'?, Jerasha; wife of Ahsen B. Crane, J OOK AT THIS':?TU?cry of hard rim > uud dull ? a trader"!.' a thumouth of ulmost every oue. Now the ri .?. ? ly ft r this i -. take care of your pence well?ovary body exclaims we must have wearing apparel?well, so b . but ^'o to Scott & lb IT- store. No. 232 Spring street, where tnej il goods f->i law prices : colored and whin spo 1 Cotton 1 cent each; Liueu Tape 1 cewt a piece; Wadding one cent a sheet: iNiiir.u Balls three for oue nut: infant's Socks three cciits; men's Sock., ton cent-'; Woolen Hose oifo shilling a pair; beautiful Towels with r-"i bo'rdi rs,; r on i shillli g eai b : rood wide w hite Table Dfapcr one sbiliiug a yard; Flannel, I*. 3d.; Woolen Plaid l j. childn a, Is. 'J :; a luegu assortment ef Silk-, ?e I ota a ad plain,-Jj.; S?tinutis and Casaiiaares, t'loihs and Beaverteens, Sliawl . l ire- and small: 1 .dien' fine and jo., ! black Silk Hose,"4s. Pd.; Ribbons and Lac?, very cheap; Panudoqis, Shirts and Drawers, very cheap; Pablo Covers large, for 6?.; Calicoes and Muslin, cheap; Ladies' I ollars, nine cents ; ana almost every article in Lhe line, of Dry ? od . cheap, as above specified. Call .ii i Im k for woursolv SCOTT & BELL, j23 1 -?? 232 Spring street / 'O.M., .vV?.Cs.lT AT $7 50 PER CH?LD v RONv?Jail ;-rr.v. i per British bsrk Sirion, a very ? uj:''. ; r . it ii Sidney Coal, ucriy mined andacrueued at the mines when skipped, i'urchnsers are-invited to look it in-' -: ii . ou Wn.inl the vessel; foot of Franklin st. N. R.. now discharging; m lots to nuii purchasers at;the above low price. Apply at No. 44 Watsr-st. up stairs, or on board the vessel. j2l 3tis' "? V.iTt SiKJji AiViD JfiWELKV VBKV Vl 3. v* *1 ?Tbc subscriber is selling all descriptions of goiJ uud silver lever, anchor, escapement; lepinc and \-7l. ' Watches, Diamond Rings, Pius gold Pencils, Chains, K. rys, ifcc. at retail; l?wer than at any other place in the city Col.! Watches lower than at any olner p|j c .:. '. city G 11 watches as low an .*3<? to 40 each. Watches and jewelry exchanged ? r b lugbt. Ail watches ^arrnntcd to keep t'ood tiaie or the money ! returned. G. C. ALLKN, Import-.- of Watches and Jewelry, wholesale and retail. Mi 'vV;,i'. s.'.rfet. Up siair,. d30 Ulf r<) 47 A it I % ET MAKtRS. 6 and <? i. n elded head BED SCREWS, SOFA SPRINGS CHAIR WEBBING, &c Just received ami for sab- v M. K Wil!T?N?\ A 1 0 I ?parters of Hardware; yZ ' 2w* 163 Chatham sqHare,.near. James sl rjnWO Sli.Vfiit .TIEI>Atl.!< A.\D 7 ?I ? PLOMiASjhave bean awardod to John Lindmark, Si: Chatham-str'-et. for the best Cologne acd Perfu nery. For 9 years he '?? m I.? engaged in the manufacti re of Per? fumery in thi ? ity and until the present lime he ha.- not presented himself beforo the uubirc in the advertising columns of uiy ; a;?er. but now sustained by the decision ol emtneat ju c t of Perfumery; riven at the Fairs held in this City i I Bo.-i he feels authorized in saying te tm.se ah" want any article in is lino, that at rr Chatham street they may Gnd ? superior quality, at moderate pri Remember the hamber is SSf, formerly entrauco to Chatham Chapel. dU ly p UAJs* iVAlt.*-JOSES &, HOUGHTON of *> Phil?d Iphia ivould inform the dealers in Brass Nails that they keep constauiUj on haud ia New-York, a full supply of ttie ar.icie. au 1 the orders of the trade arc fo? liated. They have introduced m the manufacture a new method by which the Shanks are made iin're maleuhle and the polish and colourverj muc> superior aud more enduring thsn a: y others iu Rtarkct. They warrant the.? in every respect?-full ".tight, full com; acd full size'malcable >hanks, an i they will always be.sold at the lowest market price-bv their agent; N. R. LONG, ? C ??s No. 14 Platt street 0 'O.tiFb-ssTIOA kyi.I.EKft, of the be v m,.ter:a.- and quality . an I of all sizes, cast at ?- OP ?ca of the N'ea World; ' ' Ai a-?t. Inquire of Mr. J. W. RTCTTA R OS in :h? Pr?>t V.. rli?<ani?nO *>t\H >' niVL DOLLARS Kli \\ A B?.??Stob-n JT from 4?S 'A iishingtou ?t. a black Beaver Cloth Over? coat. f--Csd with Velvet, ; bsui buturns, b.-slf open behind and pockets in frouti Whoever will return it shall re? ceive the ab ve reward r $10 with conviction ef the thief. j223t Ol I.JR."4?Perse - ilBtcted with this pdinful and disa 1 sreCable c implaint an have j permaiieut and lasting cure'euaranteed by-applyiog at No. 6* Hjrri-oa-?treet. near Hud- a. At-o Asthma, Dyspepsia,St, Vitus Daeee. Dropsy, So?? and Clears; of recent or long Handing; Office hoers from 9 o'dock A. M. to I, aud from 2 tb~ p >: jI2 lmi?' I? JEF?ffiA? at Reduced Prices A Tri?- subscribers have this day reduce*! the price of their Double Refined Loaf .Crushed aiirl Ground Sugars . ? ^.. iiij. K. L S: A. STUART, \..?-.\ J .;. : .rv !. 1542. --?"> Greenwich-st. J17 1 *vf_^_ W'.l.M'F D-: ? itely, ? Partner with to f f eutei i s an - ife and profitable business of I 20 years' standicr. Income $1000. P"r year?daty. to re- j ceive tba money and ?tve <!??i tickets at a museum. Ap- ? ply D. P. Is Dutch sc_j?li' L>t> V WANTED.?A strong active errand boy ? wiMtril at4'': Washington ?u_'22 3t "if H.H. BOl'.M) F4?K MALE. -A valuaDle i I>J and well ? stai lish d M Is Round, selling from 500 to 5?? qaart* p-rr day, most oflhe bdls for which are punetu- | allv paid every ? eek AUo. the necessary appendages to , tu? sam-. A ; * in-: ,.un-:ia-- money may be paid ia | weil seenred note.-, on a short credit. Applj at 41: j Bri ?dwai it - lock, 3?v day on or before Tuesday i2i 'dti-* next._J j uIl5T 'Jct ARIi & Co.'s INTELUGENCK ?J OFFICE, 59 Nassau ?;. RxreazNces S?Hob. M. KGrinneB, U. Brevoort, Esq.. W. Ir. icr. Prof. Recwick._j!3 tm . ^ra \VA.\TE1> la lease, for a term of >eara gSS*% .. ! irm f 56 to ".?:?-. acres, ? itnm 30 mites of New ? iff" % .-. .; W?stcbesterCo.prefemd. Appiyto Land ot?ce of Butier dc Benson. 1 Aca-sL_jc4 4i*_ FO!J MLr OKEXCeA.^OE-Afarm of 70 icres in Westchester County, 28 miles from -"f" the ? ity, with first rate fence, plenty of fruit, -veil wat ;red, umrc an i conveaieii: house and out-building*, on the Boston ; iud ? mile from a beantiful village, loca? tion desirable, i'arti'ular- of Bailer Ai Beusoa. No. 1 Aaa-su-ec. f-"* ll* | cheap dai's fob tbk ladies: G. W. MVIR Sc CO., 3K0ADWAY. Beg to announce taa: they b-.vc THIS D.W. Wednesday, 12th January, made very heavy RcrxcrioNsirom the price of every article in their STOCK OF DRY GOODS. a* g. W. M. i Co. are no* making extensive prepara? tions for the Spring Trade, and are determined to redoes t tbetr itcck as low as po?*ible before the arrival of their Importations for the Spring, they have mark-J the prices down a: once to such rate? as mast ensure the desired ob? ject. "The Cheap Days" will continue for TWO WEEKS ONLY: from the 12th to the 20th instant, and to gave "oa? ides of :h? r-xiraz of the reduction's. ? re w prises ARE cxumerateo. 911, KS. A large lot of rich Satin Stripes, acd 3 eise* of Breche and Cheae Poult de Soics, rc!d at C< acd 6s id, all now of? fered at 4* per yard. The 7-, 7.? cd. and is Silks. Chene. Ombre, Peki*. Reps, A;c. are reduced to 5s, 5s t'd and 6s per yard. A large lot of Blue black Striped Rep* are offered a: .' ? fid, worth $L Foulard Silk- of the richest quality, yard wide, oniv .">.- ?d . also, 6ro? D'ATriqaes, Italians, Gros de Napies, Armures, Watered Silk.-, Ac. -vc cqaally lo? A iotof Lir ;t Watered >ilk? and Fancy Colored Irish Poplins :".>r Evening Dres.-es?remarkably cheap. MOUSSELINE I>E LAI.YE*. A Urge quantity of very excellent Mous. de Laities are reduce ! to Is 6d per yard All the 3s, 3s 6d and 4s goods, comprising many huu dred beautiful patterns. are offered atone price, Ss i?d per yard: The rich Par:.- W?*ol de Laiiies, onlv il- C! per yard. Plain de Laines, all wool, only :i* per j ard. calicoes All the Domestic Calicoes are offered at li'd per yard. A quantity of English Calicoes, slightly spotted, ar Is per yard. The whole of the English Calicoes, consisting of over lO'-"' pioces have been separated into 4 lots, via . is 3d Is fid. Is 9d and 2a per van!?formerly sold at Is 9d, 2*,2s ltd and 2s lid. All tho French Calicoes at 2s (id, are reduced to Is 3d per yard. The .!- qualme? to 2s. And all the richest styles (formerly '.U Cd and 4?j) to 2s 6d per yard. Furniture Chintzes, equally low. The finest *-4 Ertrlstou Ginghams; only 2s per yard. SHAWLS AND CLOAKS. In this nrticle astonishing rcdHcuous hate been made. AH the heavy 9-4 Lama Wool Shawls, (sold aij? and $C; have been reduced to $3! !! cheaper than the com? mon Rob Roy Shawl*; Broc-he Shawis of all kinds, very low. Cashmere Broche Shawls, all wool uud covered all over, only *7 : former price s'2 to $lf>. Splendid Drab. White, Black, Green and Scarlet Cash? mere Shawls, ar* offered ,.t $lil and $!2. Silk, Satin and Velvet Shawls, Long Shawls and Man? tillas; r>re offered at arentlv reduced prices. A? to the remains of this season's Clonks, there are -till a few very handsome ones, and the price- a hint of no doubt as to their cbsnpness. Lndies iu want of Mantles will never again have such an opportunity. FX.ANN.EjLS. Fine White Flannel only 2- per yard. Very good do 2s G I per y -.r I, Real Welch Flannel only 3s 6d. Fine do do 4h and is Od. In very line real Welch Flannels heavy reductions have been made, and particular attention is called to them. Thick-Flannels, Swanskins and Saxonies, very cheap und desirable. HEBtlrYOM AND b03IBAZI NUs. C 1 English Merinos, Us per yard. The finest imported only 4itiJ per yurd. Fine C-4 French Merinos only 7s per yard. All the 10s, Iis and 12s superfine Freucli Merinos aro reduced to one price?$1 per van). 11-4 Plain and Striped Alpaucas only -1.- per yard. Kxcellcnt Black and Blue-black Boiubav.iucs only 7s and ?an per yard : worth IOs and Its. Superfine do. offored at and IDs per >ard. ALSO, Linen (loads of all kinds remarkably low. Hosiery inCottoa, Silk,and Worsted., very cheap. Gentlemen's Vest Patterns of rien dark Valencia?, only lie, s?, 10; ,md Iis per Vest. Blankets of the best descriptions have been greatly re? duced, and arewoll worthy the attention of housekeepers. limits and Counterpanes ; greU bargains. Laces of every description, astonishingly cheap. Liueu Cambric Handkerchiefs, Is Sd, 2j and upwards ; greatiy raduced. Black Silk Velvets of the richest qualities : much bo.'ow value. Table Covwrs, Towellings; Sheetings, Long Cloths. See. Stic. ?fcc. Ac. j'J i ii.LT* beaTe?~cT., OT1"* AT 1'Si-iTi.E cost, AT THE iVew-Vork Cnah Tailoring E*tiibli?iLim'ni. Iii Fultorwstreei, near Broadway, For a few days only, in order to dispose oi tbe balance of our very desirable stock of Beaver*, ombraciug i gteu variety of styles. Gentlemen who are still in want oi at eood and fashionable overcoat are invited to call and ex? amine for themselves, as our Goods wre direct from the importers, bought exclusively for cash. N. B.?a full assorun nit of superior Ci uh?, Ca?sii?eres and Vesting* c*n always bo found at the above establish- 1 un'Lt. Full suits furnished at twenty-four hours' notice. Cash aa delivery, and no abatement in prices. j7 if J. C. BOOTH. Agent Office or JcK.rr.Rso,s I ?subancb Co > New York, Jan. 18, 1842. j 4 N ELECTION f?r Directors of this Company for the 1V f-iieviihif yoar will be held at tin ir office, Na 11 W ill street, on Monday the 7th day of Febru iry next. Poll open from 12 o'clock M uutil 1 P. M. jl? tin f7 CEO. j. HOPE; Secretary. Office ok the L. 1. Issvv. ince i ? ? fS'Oi '1 Front et. Brooklyn, i DIVIDEND.?The Board of Directors "have de? clared a semi-annual dividend oi 6 per ccniroii tiie ??api-.a! stock; payable :o the stockhold, i: or thttii :? g ' representatives; on aad after the lSih ins . S. ALPHEHS SMITH, Secr.-t.uv. Brooklyn, Jan. n. ls4-> _ _j7 Im i WEBB'S NEW'IMPROVED BURNERi?Jus: cut, and regulated by a sinjk uiotiou, extrem ?inr'ple md convenient: VVebb'-s^Sniumplaied improvement the apparatus for manufa^fftring pure Cam phi i.- 1 'il, sfier much study and great expanse has be?n completiKl, the re?,ilt u the production of an article of uneqiialed purity and ciesnlio' - ? .hut vi!! ij.ur. wlthoa! t:<\inmir.z up the |?iap :u the trou^le-uin.: aiid filtby manne? that all iaferior articles will do. If those who have m e yi I with poor oil, gas; or spurious Camphem *ill snlj try Webb's res! No. I, uiey can see tbe diff r For sal onl> at 418 Broadway, corner Cid:' sL Webb's pure Campnine :.- safe i- Oil, w II . ot cplode, will not - d'he richeat Carpet or ?Ire?, will .. rtcrust the wick, will light a large room at the CO t o: ..? c cent: an hour. ASTRAL AND 31 ANT EL LAMPS, .-: Cbaddeli - can. be altered, and.tbe whole expens< av? I in a short time. WEBB'S GENUINE No. 1 CAMPHENE OIL as pure es water, is told at about cue half lie- j rice of Sperm Oil, which. *uen compared with the pui ! Csmj ':???..<: Oil, cosls the consumer at tbe rate of t* o lo ' hr< e dollars r gallon for oil to produce tr,e like amount ":" igh . Those who ar- do'ibtfd! a? to its SAFE PY or ecoi omy will be perfectly satisfied by examining the thorough ex- 1 pertinents of Professor Loeke. or the Joarnal? -:' the Franklin and American Institutes. No metres are required to ascertain tne quantity coaeuincd, s.? t'rey register cor ,-eetly and in plai- Lnglish. Parlor Limps, Store Lamps; Taiior-' Lamps, Shoema? kers', acd for manufactories of all kir...?. Corner Canal si and Broadway._ j!7 Iwis" r?M>~ TUE PC?LIC?LIFE BOAT.?The uu X .itfr.iijned beg* leave respectfully to invite ti<e at'e;, ?OU of ;?a captajav. merchants, su : II others interested in the navigation of ooaL-. and vessels, to mj newly in vtM^ed Life Boat. Tue-e Life Bonts are made upon a;: entirely diff-rent pnaeipie from those now in u.-e. They are warranted to he every way adapted to the purpo-e lor winch they are desieaed. and can be furnished for nearly one h^if the expense of what is termed ?? Friacis' Life f'.?<aU." Those f-eling luterested on this subject -re invited to call at the establishment of the undersigned, No. \'h Wa ter street, and examine for themselves. CHANDLER L INGERSOLL XT There is one to* building, which the public v invited to examioe ic tne work progresses. jli* ti MATES I Cl1B.nt(-AL OJS. 1 I CHEMICAL OIL?BURNING FLUID.?Tb? ; ?criiicr would invite the attention of thn public to ms . ?toek of ?CREZNO?GHIS PATENT LAMPS.*' \ froii. their beauty u.nd luperior qualities', are dc,:iB* j ! ?ttper^ede all other- now iu u*e. The o.i wmeij is ourneu j ? *? . ? , rt- (??'- 'II IUI-* v"J'.>**. ? ? in taemu a chemical t>rcparaaoof fc,?r> r- ,. -T; tie. and give; a veryW.aat and gg-gg! Jff^ ' Bsrnic? F Sid is a portaote ligut- -? ? Ce.rim. u smell, or grease, and will ^f^X S Leaps can be altered at a mm " ; ^ , ftf ,M fiuid. The *>*^?JS?%? ?* the of our most raspeefaoic^ HooK^ tf? Bjrpodway, 3r"-i-'a- ' between <u- .J sod Browrae sit. S. B- There is no danger of explosion in either eae^f Uie-e article*. 0 * BY S. ?R.VVKK, Jr. j S-u>rt 5-i WUUavi-sircet, corner of Pin&?irt Jonas Richards. Auctioneer. IS3" BANGS, RICHARDS iV PLATT. Star; l$t> ?ra??/?**?. I Thirtr.iit'tk Newr-York Trade Sale. TUESDAY; March 22d. .Agreeably to the n-culauons. the next regnlar trade sale ot" Books, Writing and Printing Tapers, Ststioncrv, Stereotype Plate*. Leather, kc ?ill be commenced on Tuesday.the*23d?f March next. It will he. cont??ue*A under tne direction o: the Committee, and under the ?am? regulations as heretofore. Invoices should be :'urni?hed by the first ot February, when the catalogues ?iil be put to press. Cash advance* will be made on receipt of goods, and ?a!e* will be guaranteed and cashes!, when r^ouirwd. BA.MiS. K.IOHAKDS A I'LATT, 196 bro?Jway. by b?vIl <sf elki\ 3t0b.s 151/ Brcaowav? >"sw-Yoax_Lo>itt Room. A M I" S E M E NT S. BOWERY amphitheatre, No. lit Bovwery. nnHIS EVENING, Jin. 24, tae eatcrtainnieats will i commence with Sport? of the Ring, or the Clown's Delight, by the whole Company. After which ite* Entree, entitled Four Quarters o f the Globe. Onaraetc-. by Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Rivers. Mr-. Rogers; and Mrs. Spencer?aided by an Equestrian Gentleman. Mr. Sweeney will sing his favorite f*as a/ Old Tit River, or the Scrs.in.ie of My Lively Dinah. To couclude ?iih BILLY BUTTON ITT Boxes 5d cents?hi 25 cents. Doors open at b't and Performance commences at " o'clock. j'>4 p.l.LLlA?O!?.?KXKRCtSK Fi)K H KALTH ?;;only-.N0 CAM filing PERMITTED.?Ol'lS field will be happy in a call from his friend, at Bass ford'., Billiard Roomy, over the Climax Kating House, where are eight splendid table, wuh slate sad marble beds, India rubber, i lo h and spring steel cushions ; irou and mahogany frames. Entrance 149 Fahou *nd \ Anu -c. Table, ibd Cloths Asr salo. j5 lm" 11 tilt ik tOKi he ijTs. KKY ??CK. AT brooklyn --Sealed proposals will We received at t?.< etfice of ts.e Na.y Agent, New-York, until the 1st day of April tor furnishing al theU.S.Navv Yard, Brook lyn, lae following Timber l'lnuk for the foundations of the Hry Dock. \ iz I ss ii Spruce Piles, ef length varying 24 to 32feet, to ave? rage not less tiiau 2S lent, ami to be uot loss than 11 au.I lo average at least 12 inches in diameter 4 feet from iho butt exclusive of the bark. n.< 00 lineal feet White Pine Timber, 1 fool square, for tloor timbers. 13,000 lin?ul feet White Pine do, 1 f?o( by I fool 3 iueaas square, for flo.ir timbers. 241,500 f>xi. board aieasure, of .1 inch White Pine Ptauk, for flooring. 75,900 feet, board measure, of 5 inch Yellew Pine Plaak, for sheet piling. All tko above Timber and Plauk to be of perfectly seuud and durable quality. The Sprin t. Piles to be as straight as can be procured, and in all respects prepared for sharpening ami driving, The hliitr I'xr.f Ttmber to be free frwin shakes and largo Li.ot.-?to tie sawed straight aad Square edged to ihe dimensions above given, and of the following lengths, vie : oue hall of ach lot to be iu sticks 22,25,3d and 31 feot lone, The remaining lull" of each lot in sticks 34, 37, 40, ami 43 feei long, the number of lineal feet of oach length to be nearly the same. The White I'i.ir Plank to be entirely free from large knot.-, -pi T- edg .1, in lengths of 21, 2-1, 27, 30. 3;l or 3t> feet, to avcHuro not less than 27 feet, and in widths from 10 to 15, lo average not less than 12. The Vellum Pine Plank to be straightened and square edged, suitable for driving as sheet piling, iu lengths of 13 or 20 feet, ami iu wnltii from 10 to !f> iucher, to average sol less tiiau 12 inches. All the above Timber and Plank to bo delivered ou sack wharf or wharves within the Navy Yard us muy be rosig nated by the Eugiueer ?f the Dry Dock, subject to the in? spection and arproval of mich persou us be may select. The Pilet to be delivered iu such quantities and ulsuch times belweeu the 1st day of July and th? 15lh duy of Octeber as may be required by the Navy Ageut, ho giviug not less thuii tj weeks' uoiice. The Hhite Pint Timb*r to bo delivered betwoeu iho 1st day of September nud 31st uay of October, and The While and Yellow Pine Plank belweeu the 1st Oc? tober and 30th November. The proposals will state the. price por stick for iho Pilt* percubio loot for the White Pino Timber,und per foot, board measure, lor the 3 and 5 inch Pine Plunk. The rijiit is reserved to assign less than ibo whole quan? tity of each kind of Timber to any one bidder, and offers will be i?criv-d for any portion of either kind. Proposals lo be endorsed, "Proposals for Timber, for Dry Doek, Brooklyn." Navy Agont's Oilier, New-York, Jan. 3d, 1842. ROBERT C. WETMORE, N Agentavy. js 3tuwtA I / ii.ii: Fi u u 'st v 22 rv t i l a ti rv a V \\ U}S AND SCALPS ?We have seen spocimena of ? irticles and n?un admit that ihn iiuteriul. work? manship, beuuty of finish and elegance of style cannot be equaled' In fa i, every thing that enhances a beautiful heail of hair i- enncoutrated in these uieitiinabU v.orkaof trt. Whati vor experience could suggest or gnuius could ;xeeuto; Ci's Wigs have recoived tlr< advantage of. They ire formed to the head a* the naiural hair grows, cover? ing do more of the brow than one's own hair daea. They strong wiiliOu: b'jintr heavy, warm without being hick, and -I oitic wit mat being loose, They give the de? lightful li eoliug of fitting the head with thi ease of a silk cap, baviug r.o unaecee-ary weight ami no disagreeable pressure. Stich are the advantages of Clirehugb's Wigs md Scalps. So large an ussoriraent is worthy of atten? tion, as gentlsmeu cau fit themselves in a moment, TIim price, wip be found to suit the times. 2u7 /"roadway, (up .tajrs,)-cm trance in Ful ton-street. j2rj I win 'j><> THE HARD WAKE IttADB-Dr 9. der? tor the following articles taken at the lowest ru lnufacturers' prie s: '? Breeds'" Lines and Cords. ? Hicon'," plain and Japanned Tin Ware. ? Hindale a ?eardsley's" Scythes. ? H. Ames & Co." best Cut Tacks. ?? dwight's' Augers and tin;-. Also, !"??.- sale, K istman's Nail Hammem, Cut Tack*. Cotton Horse and VVool Cards, Ames's Sliovel?, BniNS n'a;'-. a ? ."i.e. all of winch >>ill be sold for manufsr.tur er's acc^uni io the trade, it the lowest prices, by :-?: rjtis N. R. LONG, Airent. j>jct>.n.\ Company?? bleach anu dye ?YORKS; at W est Farms, twelve miles from ih<i city if New-T irk. '1 ho Bronx Company bleach ami finish in the h ?.t.stv !ej ?II km Is of Cotton Goodsi, They also Dye G ixe, Emboss u I Finish all kinds of Cambric*, and Em? boss -Silks. Veivi-t;. A.c , la the nest manner, VANDERVOORT & HAY-WARD, AgenU, No. 2U Pnie st. ?o<Is received ;r;d delivered to any p<,rt of ihc cily. j jn |w I vi- .'Isr.i S B~i.S.y* 4 it-~~ii ?7L' M A 'J' O .vT? : K A J L ROA D. iS Bud ! ? ii: : u . the Safety Fund Banks, also St. Law r-1..- , * i lean j inn -. an : a.' ? Free or RedrBach Banks with my discount for Cloths, Caesimerea, Vest iiigs, Flanae's, A h. at th-r lowest cash price, at Idl Green wic i-street, Dear Cunal. jl5 liiiirt* ALL HOPE ? VAIN, i f O W often i: ? said of oar friends, when they are I i supposed-incurable from Consumption, when Sher? man's Lozenges would cure them in a few weeks. The i'ev. Darias Anthony an?l the Rev. Sebastian Htrenter uive botii l<c?ii mired of Consumption by them. The Rev Dr E itinon I aii ' tire i rv. Mr. Haodcock have also * tne led their wonderful efFects in'curing Cooauwption, Cold Co ighs, Whooping Cougiis, Asthma. A-c. Mr. R? ; r. 16 Chatbaui-sireel, Jim Grant, 4J Auo->treet, have ?ii ? d ? m, and known many cases where they rur?4. Within tlie last year, ^ver im casks <)F CONSUMPTION; 2 70 1'. IS ES hY I OLDS AND COUGHS, 1,100 CASES OF WHOOPING COUGII,ao4 200 ("ASKS HF ASTHMA, iiave been reported cured by Sherman's Cough Lozenge*, besides c ire? innumerable throughout the country that have not be.-u rationed. CHiLDREN DIE OF WORMS, and many irrovn people ,'iffer for life witb varmus dis? eases rising from Won,,, The only ?ure and certain remedy f?r all k'nds of Worms is awmaa'a Worm I.ot:. eagas. They have cured since rt?r mtrodue?oi, more than 1 100 000 CASEbi of j"l i 'i._JL-.n ta f^i' ill ? single in"ancc. ^ERVcTu3 HEsliA^HE AN D PALKfTATION nf ii, ii .rVr^ijyed in from 5 w 10 minutes by 3 ?r 4 , ? ; " .*SS It >* really uprising ho* quick ! ^l ^rJr l^^* ?f lhe h'?f"ist '?P????bi?ity j eaa be referred to. ?ACK^ J |u [fee n i k, sides, bireasti or Rheumaiinn, cured ^%'ernia?'* Poor Man's Plaster; prjee only 12sJ cents. i.i;??j,?oo ?old a year cf tnem, and warranted superior to ali <A\i*t pl.,i:e.--. eos: what ihej may. Tb*y also cans Corns, j rawing' them -u* by ttte r<> its. Ask for Sherawat's P<>^*r Ban V Plaster, tads, r that hb Signatare, lb HS, with directions, is on tlio back nf each, aad around e?cb box of th&gchulss Loiep.ges. Avoid all others, aa they are worthlesa, or else itijirrioua. Dr. Sherman is the only Medtcatad Lozenge Mannfactorer ia Aaierica. His ware? house, is at \t,H Nassau-strei t. one door above Ana-streei, N. Y. No. S State-street, Bo-ton, and 2a South Third srireet, Philadelphia, are braoebea.of the *nginal estub lishmeuL Agenu in this city?HO aad 273 Broadway. 77 ; East Broad w??v. 188 DBwery,;221 Bleacher, 227 Hudson ! aa-i -? Wilham street- j in Brooklyn at S? aiid 139 Ful 1 loa-sireet )13 lm'?