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Latir rRo? Vera Cruz-?Tb? sehr. Victorine,
ftrrfffd in this port on Saturday evening last, from Vera Crux, having made the passage ia nine days. Je?"1 verbally, that the Mexicans are still em barking troops, ant! sending them from Vera Cruz to Campeachy- Within a few days previous to the ,ailjig of the Victorine, a force of about a thou ?gadTtt) fifteen hundred, had been sent out, not en? tity composed of effective men, for about 300 of this force were vomen?soldiers' wives and attend? ants. The knowing ones in Vera Cruz are strong jn tie belief, that tbe expedition will prove a fail? ure Tbe English commander of the war steamer Montezuma, we understand, has resigned his sta? tion, and left the Mexican service. Tbe Victorine brought $9,000 in specie, to a bouse in this city. _ [Mobile Adv. Cth. From Tahiti.?Letters from the American Con? sul at tbat place, Mr. Blackler, to Sept. 11, state ?bat the French Admiral, Deputit Thouars, ar riTed there on the 8th, and made a demand on the Tabitiana, of tbe sum of $ 10 000, in reparation for abuses, and as a guaranty for their future ad? herence to treaties. It seems they immediately entered into negociations for the surrender of the sovereignty of the island. Four of the Chiefs on tbe 9th signed a paper to that effect, but tbe Queen bid then refused to sign it. At the last date tho question of acknowledgement of tbe sovereignty of France was supposed to be settled, as all demon? strations of hostility bas ceased, but the French flag was not yet hoisted. The La Reine Blanche was at Tahiti. (rj'Oneof om hunter* this week killed six deer within a few miles of thia city in one fore? noon. [Bangor Whig. From Ihe Baltimore Sun, Jan. 16. SaSDS'sSARSsrARtLLA.?Scarlet Fever disarmed of its terrors.?This dangerous and alarming affection, which bas iwept frooa tbe stage ol time so many, hoih at tbe innocent ere of iofsocy and the more mature and vigorous period of Dtsnbood, bas at length met its bane and antidote, and its evil effects upon the system are laid waste by its powerful infloenee. A little grandchild of Mr. Patrick'* was attacked with scarlet fever, which left her in n dreadful state ? her little body was covered with patches of fcarl -t eruption, n Isrirc lump something like a bile, and at least two inches in diameter, made its appearance on one shoulder, which broke and discharged an almost incredible quantity of most offensive matter and corruption. Besides Ibis she discharged ?lirtje quantity ol corruption from the ears, of a very of fecjive cuaracler. Almost despairing of ever stopping the discharge, they made trial of Sanris's Sarsaparil a, which rffected a cure, the child having taken only one bottle. For llie benefit of those suflViing from Ihe baleful efleets of this bwrihle disease, Mr. Patrick will be pleased to inform any pfrsnn as to the correetnejs of this statement, it they will call at bis residence in Kxeter street, near Fawn. Prepared and sold, wholesale and retail, and for exporta? tion, by A. It. SANDS ?t CO., Druggists and Chemists, Branite Buildings, No 273 Broadway, ?orner of Chambers Meet. New-Y<nrk. Sold also by A. B it D. Sands, Drujr Ifirts, Nos. 79 and 100 Fulton street; David Sands it Co., No. 77 East Broad way, corner of Market-street; and by Drug pists eener lly throughout Uie United Stales. Price $1 per bottle, six br?tdes$5. _ IT The Indian Chiefs stay at the American Museum all Iiis week. No one should lose this opportunity of see? ing a group of warriors, acknowledged by ail who have teen them to be tbe noblest specimens of the race which have ever visited us. They appear in ike dances, ?tc at 2 and half past seven. _ THIS MORNING Is pablisbad at No. SO Ann-si. a new novel (original) entitled LIGHTS AND SHADOWS OF FACTORY lAVK. This is an original production of great beauty and merit, written by a Girl actively employed for five years in one of the New-England Manufactories. The work is one of de? cided talent, and an honor as well as nb ornament to the lit? erature of the country. Tbe Tales are beautifully told, and afford a picture of Factory Life which, while it will be new to die majoriiy, will greatly interest all readers. The inci dents are stirring and wrought out with great effect. <w It is issued in an Extra New World, and for sale at Ihe Office 30 Ann street, and Booksellers and Ageuts at 12$ cents a copy; 10 copies for $ I?$8 per hundred. 15f 2t CT Tbe attention of capitalists is requested to tbe sale of ofSpanisb Scrip ($21,169 90) by Halliday it Jenkins, auc tioneers, nt the Merchants* Exchaugo, on tbe 20th insu Per advertisement In this paper signnd John R. Tracy. Full particulars given en the day of sa'e. f 15 5i* MONEY MARKET. ?alrs at the Stock Exchange, Feb. 15? $2^00 NV 7s. 184!).1U4J J.000 s tate 6s, 1862.1011 3,100 do.blOds 101A 300 State 5?, 1858.DO? WO Illinois 6s, 1870.... 21} &OO0 do.b?Od 22 I.OCOKenturky 6s.8-1J 1,000 do.81 47)00 do. to; $l,0U0 Oiiio6s, I860.66 75shreManhat Bk.65j 20 do Bkof Amer_86 6 do Del. Si Hud.82* 27 do Canton Co. 16$ 60 do do. 16J 35 >u do.17 40 do Moh'k r.,. 27< 50 do Harlem R. H'j 3,61.0 do.83} 41 doUt&Schlt.115 S.M0 do.b60d 84 I 25 do Au At Rech R.... 90 second board. $2,000 Kentucky 6?.?4 ,200 shrs Harlem R.161 b do Canton Co. 17 j MOO do 5a.70 2 000 Ohio 6s.663 5,000 do.s3d 66? 5 do Lafayette R.54 Commercial and Money Ittntters. Wednesday P. M. Tbe sales at the Board to-day were not large, but at im? proving rates in State SecuriUes, excepting for Kentucky, which declined farther 1 per cent State 6s sold at l;.nn advance; and Ohio 6s Improved 1\ per ct. Mohawk de? clined \\ Canton improved }. Not much doing in Foreign Exchange. We quote Ster? ling 5J a b\\ Francs 5 45. Alabama to-day is selling at SO d;scount. The letters from Mobile stale that mailers were rather on the mending order. We give the following condensed abi-tract ol tbe Bank Commissioners' Report- Tbe process of contraction has been steadily going forward since 1839. The domestic ex changesof the Stale indicate a depressed but healthy ac? tion on the part of the Banks. The redemption lav/ bas worked with admirable effect, and has prevented tbe es? tablishment of free banks at places difficult of access. Tbe circulation and debts of tbe Lafayt tie Bank have been paid, lad the stockholders will receive about ot.c-fourth ol their capital The embarrassments of the Bank were owing to large loans to directors and others, for speculative purpo? ses. Tbe Watervliet Bank was enjoined hi March lasL Its failure was occasioned by allowing the Caihier to control the whole affairs of the Bank. He committed, previous to Sept 1841, a series of frauds, concealed by false entries.and finally absconded. The Commissioners consider their powers too limited, as they cannot arrest tbe operations of ? Bank until it is bopeles*ly insolvent, and until unjust pre? ferences have been made among its creditors; and suggest Ihm they have authority to arrest the proceedings of a Bank ?t any moment when they shall believe the public good re? quires it. Tbey object to oflicets ot Banks being engaged ? other business. The Clinton County Bank, and the Bank of Lyons, (ailed by the same causes which have pros tra'ed so many Banks, being managed exclusively by the President and Cashier, and ihe funds of tbe Bank loaned to favorites for speculating purposes, A detailed statement is gives in relation to the over issues of tbe Bank of BufTaio, ?sich have already been received to ibe extent ol $237,731. The loss to the Fund, from the over issues of tbe three Buf Wo Banks, amounts to $425,f00. It is recommended, to prevent a repetition of these frauds, that tbe Banks be re? quired to deposit their plates with an officer appointed for Uie purpose. The hem 'Bank Fund,' in several cf the Bans ?Wiemenu, is an item of no value, and should be charged to probt and loss. The Commissioners recommend that tbey be authorised to visit a Bank and require its an W?l MAleraent, not at any stipulated lime, but at a time daring the yearwben the Bank doe* not expect such a visu, *nd cannot prepare itself by contraction, 4ic the receivers of tbe old Howard lnsurar.ee Company !**? declared a final dividend. Edmund Hanison bas been elected President of the Mo? bile branch of the Stale Bank. Markees? Oarefnlly reported for The Tribune. Wednesday, Feb. 15. ASHES-Tbe market remains quiel, and we hear of no taesactioua in either description. Hoiders ask 5 50 for Pots, bat wouM probably take 5 371. Buyers offer 5 25 a 5 Pearls remain nominal ut C 50. COTTON?Tbe market is not active to-day, but prices ?Ppear to be firm. Yesterday afternoon there was cousld j-fsbie don?, and the sales ot the oay reached 1200 to 1500 "?lea. To-day we hear ol but 500 bales. Some of the re? tail receipts nave beeu sanip.ed, but ol the middling Trade*. We quote fair Upland bj a 7; N Orleans and Ataba 21,47 a 7$. At C ha: lea ton sales ot tbe week were 897^ bales; ^eipis 10,756 bales. Prices were aboul jc lower than the previous week, Quotations middling and middling fair 6 a Hi '"sir to tally fair 6i a 7J; good fair 8. At Mobile the fo? reign advices were looked upon as calculated to give the ??rkei ac?vity sud iirmness. FLOUR AND MEAL-There is no variation in tbe mar? ket for Western, aad tbe sales are quite limited. For Otn -t 50 u gencraly a?ked; Michigan and Ohio flat 4 4i>J a A parcel ol i&uud Ohio, a favorite brand, sold at 4 Troy u nominal at 4 57? a 4 4iJ. The bolder s ot Ne w Orleans are arm Bt 4 12,, and we notice sales of aboul 18? obis at 4 12} a 4 18J. About 1200 bbD arrived to-day. 1c ?-?ttihcru we bear ol only retail sales, and we coauuue our ^lauoo.-Oeorgctown 4 12J a 4 25; Howard, st, Peters wg. Alexandria, Baltimore City, Ricbmontl Country, ?niuyWani^ kc. 4 00 a 4 lij; Richmond City dull at 5 2i * 5 5>> tfraudy wtae uominal ot 4 50. Rye Flour, relall de n*** SWiJiij. Nothing ol Importance In MeaL Jersey 2 50 a 2 56,; Brandywine 2 62J: bbds 12 25 a 12 75. Shorts 9 a 10c, dull aale?; 1(00 bushels Ship [Stoff, out of ?tore, at 12c. At Cincinnati, large aale? of Floor at 2 56 a 2 no. GRAIN?Farther sales of about 1300 bushels of Illinois Wheat hare been made, on terms not transpired; the quota? tion is about 80c The demand is not huge. Of the recent receipts of N Orleans Com, about 8000 bushels, including the 2330 sacks per brig Emily, hare been taken by the dis? tillers at 45 a 46c, the Utter delivered. In Rye we bear of no sales; the nominal rate is 54 a 55c. Barley 42 a 50. Oats are in fair demand at 30 a 31 for Northern; Canal axe scarce Jersey are worth 26 a 27. SEEDS-Tbere is a good demand for Rough Flax for crushing and cleaning, and several of the lots recently re? ceived from N Orleans have been taken. We notice sales of aoout250 les at 8 75, and 1000 bbl, for crashing?100 to an ont-towr. crusher-at 4 12* per bbL Clover remains as be? fore; orders limited below the views of buyers. Goo<i new is nominal at 6 a 6,; oid 5 a 5J. Timothy $14. BEESWAX?Within a few days about 5i00 lbs good Southern and Western have been taken for export ai 29c t/m E_A 551,6 ?f 155 lC*' commoD qna,ity> w? made at TALLOW-Salesof 10,000 lbs fair Western, rendered, at 7jc, cash. OIL?The market for Whale, which has been bare for some time, has received a small supply, the Frances Hen? rietta, at N Bedford, having brought 1200 obis Whale and 1500 bbls Sperm. A small parcel of 40 bbls has also been received. It is generally supposed that the 12C0 bbls will bring about 37ic. There have been sales of 300 or 400 bbls Candle Sperm at N Bed.ord, at 57c. Manufactured bere is r,ither dull at 50 a 55 for fall and winter. PROVISIONS?We notice a sale of several hundred bbls new Mess Beef at 6 50. Iu Pork there have been no salts of importance Lvd dees not go off easily, many of the large orders for export being suspended until the arrival of the Reamer. We notice sales or about 1000 kegs at 6c; small sales City rendered at 7J. We quote smoked Hams 7 a 7J; pickled do5a5J; pickled ShouldersS; sm^k-d Beef 6k; and Beef Rounds 3j a 4c- In Butter there h little or nothing doing. The better qualities of cask Cheese have beea in request for shipment to England at 6 a 6ic. The Cincinna? ti Gazette says that the amsunt of Hogs slaughtered is 234,000. One house packed 42,i Oft. The business was nenrly closed. The hogs surpass in sir.e and quality those of any previous year. Each bog is estimated to yield 50 lbs laid, which gives 11,699,350 lbs?worth about half a million of dollars. The following is an estimate of the disposition of the Lard: Amount purchased and sliioped direct to France, in round numbers, 5,250/.()0 lbs; amount shipped to New York, 1,125,000 lbs; to Boston, 1,125,000 lbs; to N Orleans, 1,125,000 lbs; to Pittsburg, Philadelphia and Baltimore, l,125,C001bs; which leaves,as Mock on hand, 1,919,350 lbs. Court Calendar Ttaia Day. The Calendar continues the same as on Tuesday. Judge Oakley stated that measures would be taken on Friday to make some disposition of it. and rt quested persons interest? ed to attend. ?itP I-ntclli'Qcnce. ' Wednesday, February 15 Board of Assistant Aldermen?Present, the Prerideat and a quorum. The reading of the minutes of the last meeting was dis? pensed with. Pe titions ?Of R. S. Schefllin against opening Thirty? ninth-street. Of II. R. Carow to be relieved from lax: re? ferred. Resolutions ?By W. Dodge, That the order of business be reversed in this Board, so far as resolutions are concern? ed. It proposes to receive them immediately after repo.Ls from departments: laid on the table. By Mr. WdliamF, That the Committee on Laws be in strnctedto report a law permitting interments in all vaults constructed for that purpose: referred. A messsge was received from His Honor the Mayor, transmitting the aonual report of the Bank for Savings in the City ot New-York, and also the annual report of the Treasurer of the Sailors' Snug Harbor in the City of New York : ordered on file. A communication was received from the counsel of the Corporation, staling that a bill had been recently introduced in the Senate of this State, the object being to permit own? ers of land in Brooklyn to build docks and piers into the East River in front of the same? that such an act would be an infringement of the charter of this city, and recommend? ing a remonstrance to be forwarded to the Legislature against the same: referred. An invitation was received to attend a Grand Temper? ance Celebration on the anniversary of Washington's Birth Day (die 22d) at the Broadway Tabernacle, it being the presentation of a splendid banner to the First Company of Washington Guards, representing Washington crossing the Delaware, fcc, with suitable addresses by distinguished speakers: accepted. Important if carried out. Tna New Police Law.?Document No. 42 was then I called up, it l>eing the special order of the day. and entitled I " An Ordiance to create a Department of Police." Title 1 creates a Department of Police, the chief object of wi.icb shall be the prevent ion of crime: adopted. Tide 2 provides for the chief otticer of the Department, to be sailed the Superintendent of Police, to be appointed by i the Common Council, and amended from holding his of- ' fice for six years to that of the pleasure of the Common Conucil, at a salary of $2,oeo per aunum, and no fees what ever. It makes his station at tbe Halls of Justice, his office never to be closed, and to have tbe same powers as the Mayor, but to be under his authority; likewise to issue warrants for arrest, and commit when the Police Court is not in session, and in case of emergency. The great object sought for in the crenlion of the Department beirg the pre? vention of crime: adopted. Till** 3 appoints an Assia'ant Superintendent, nt aa annual salary' of $1,250. who shall hold office at tbe pleasure ol the Common Council,(amended from 4 yenrs,) bis duties to be the same as the Superintendent, excepting as to the issuing of warrants and commits for examination ; to be also under the direction and control of the Superintendent The Board took a recess for 30 minutes. AtLtl-e re-assembling of the Board, leave was - ranted to present the following: Assistant Aid. Nash presented the draft of a memorial to the Legislature and an ordinance to ubolish the Superior Court of this city, together with a resolution thai, if ap? proved by the other Board and the Mayor, the above me? morial be transmitted to the Legislature for its sanction: re? ferred. Resolutions.?By Asst. Aid. Atwill.That the Committee on Laws be instructed to apply to the Legislature for the passage of a law extending the jurisdiction of the Assistant Justices' Courts to sums of $100: referred. By Asst. Aid. Brown, That tbe Committee on Streets in? quire into the expediency of renumbering such parts of Hudson-street as to procure regularity in said numbers, which was amended so as to include Wall-street: referred accordingly. By A?sL Aid. W. Dodge, That it be referred to the Com. miitee on Police, ice to district such parts of the City as may require Day Police supervisions, and report a plan for the employment of a suitable number of Policemen there in. AssL AW. Brown moved as an amendment tbdt James R. Whiting, David Graham and Robert Taylor, Esqrs. be appointed a Special Committee to prepare a Police Bill, or such alterations in the present ordinances as will remedy ex? isting evils in the present Police organization : laid on the table. The Board then went into Ccmmittea of the Whole on the new Police Bill. Title 4 was taken up and discussed. It provides for an appointment of a clerk, at a salary ot$ 1,000 per year; part of tbe title making him a receiver of ah property, stolen or oibcrwise.whichmay come into ibe hands ol the Polic*,was stricken ouL The remainder was hdopted. The CoHimittte rose at this point and reported. As?t. Aid. Sco!es offered a resolution tbal all die resolu tlons, itc on the table relative to the re-organ izalion of the Police be referred to the Committee of the Whole: adopted. The Board then went again into Committee. A;st. Aid. Peltigrew moved that the resolution and amendment offered by the gentlemen from the Third aud Eighth Wards (as mentioned above) districting into Police Districts Ac. be taken up: adopted. A long debate took place ?n me propriety of the amend? ment to ibe resolution rcquesU>g Messrs. Wbiting, Graham and Tuylor to prepare a law ou the subject of Police. Af? ter baviup pro?!eksc4 Uius far wiiai ibe new law, The amendment was hnady withdrawn. Assistant Alder? man Scoles offered a resolntiou, That the whole eubjeel of Police xtetormoe referred to a Special Conuuitiec ot tour, to reconsider the matter, and report an soon as practicable. Tbe Committee reported progress, and asked, to be dis eharged from the further consideration of the sabjecL The Preridenl took hi* seat, aud the Report ot the Com? mittee of the w hole was adopted. The Cbatr,in pursuance ol ine above resolution, appointed Messrs. scoles, Waterman, Brow n, and Mead, the Special Committee. Tbe Board then adjourned. U. S. District Court.?Before Judge Betts. United State* vs. Durant 6( L'Auge, on bctudf of L. PxetUnna, of Paris, claimant.?la DecemDer, 1811, 12 cases of Ootuoozuies, merujoes a..d iu-juss?line de Imnea Were im? ported by deteudanls iu tae ships V? e de Lyon aud L uca from Havre, ami seised by Mr. Curds, Collector, on the ground ot Lisc invoice, the goods ben g valued at $1 ,000, out asserted by the appraisers to be worth 65 to 75 per cent more than that. The present acUou is io test the question. Mr. F. B. Cutting appears on behalf ot tbe claioiaut-s, und Ogdtn Hoffman and W illiam WaLson, Esqs. on the part of the United Stales. The caae will be continued to-morrow (Thursday) iortoooa. Superior Court.?Before Judge Oaklet.? Helen Sophia Lupenard and others vs. Robert Stewart.? j This trial was continued, and several witnesses examined manyo: them ladies, and several of them having resided with Alice when at her father's and her brothers booses, when boarding witb strangers, and when in the family of Mr. Alexander Stewart, ai.d all agree that she was imbe? cile from her birth, unable, from want of capacity, to read, write, sew or count, and totally without qualification for business or capable of understanding tbe nature of a will, preferring, even at tbe age of 21 or 25 years, a cent to a quarter of a dollar, fcc The inquiry will be coutinaed to? morrow (Thursday) forenoon. Marine Court.?Before Judge Hammond.? William T. Dubrovo vs. Charles A. Jack ton_In Octo? ber, 1341, a man naaed Moore left two g,ey mares at tbe plaintiff's stable on livary, where tbey continued about two month 5, when he look them off and sold them, one of tbem at Philadelphia, and tbe other at TattersaU's, leaving a bill of S56 for their'keep ' unpaid. Tbe law gives to tavern or hotel keepers a lien on horses left in this way. but it does not extend to the keepers of livery stables. The defend? ant is a merchant in Frcnt-street, and, being sick, gave tbe horses to Moore to sell for him, who kept the money; but Mr. Jaeknm replevined and got the animals back. Actioo is brought against the owner for the $56, which bad been charged to Moore. He denies being liable for them. Ver? dict to-morrow (Thursday) forenoon. General Sessions?Before the Recorder, Judge Lynch, and Aldermpn Crolivs and Jones. Case or Ch*cncey Larkin ?Th is notorious individual, who bas swindled a large number of citizens by false pre? tences, forgeries, 4ic. not of divers kinds ot property, mon? ey, fcc, an 1 who w s bai led ' on straw,' was last rsi^ht re? captured, and bis trial will taks place on Friday next? When arretled, he was disguised in a full suit of naval uni? form. This accomplished rojrue will now donbtl?ss meet the lull reward due to his infamy. He bas a-sumed the names of Lieut. Wilkes, Gabriel Ravel and others in bis fraudulent transactions. Bl-rclary.?Jacob Smith, impleaded with William Adams, was tri?d for a burglary in the third degree, in breaking into the cellar of P.Balon k Co., 186 Front-street, on the night of the 8d of January last The Jury found him gui Ity. He was then sentenced to the State Prison for 2 years. Disorderly Hocse.?James J. Turner and Robert Tur? ner were tried for keeping a rio'.ou? and disorderly house, and a resort for prostitution, at the corner of Centre and Pearl-streets, under Monroe Hall. Guilty, and judgrment was suspended. Grand Larceny?A youth named Franklin Thompson was tried for purloining, in January last, from No. 12 Courilandi-sinet, an overcoat w*rth $20. belonging to Da? vid GouK, and a cloak worth $W fiom Horace K. Hudson. The boy was arrested in the street with the articles in his possession. Found guilty, nnd sentenced to the State Pris? on for 3 years and 8 months. Passing Counterfeit Money.?Catherine ii earner alias Moore, (who was yesterday tried, and the J ury disagree? ing,) was again tried lor forgery in the second degree, in passing a $5 spurious bill ol Die Tolland County Bank, in July last, at the dry good* store of Messrs. Lee k Price, in Greenwich-street. Tbe Jury, after an absence of nearly four hours, rjturned into Court, and, being nnable to agTee upon a verdict, were discharged. They stood four for con? viction and eight for acquittal. Having been twice tried and r.o conviction ,on motion , she was discharged. Police Oftice.?Stealing Money.?Caroline Morrison,colored girl, wasarrerte? nnd committed for steal? ing $3 in coin lrem the pocket of George Brown, No. 71 Duane street. Theft of a Watch, kc?Jeremiah McDonald, who had been caught on Saturday night by officer Stephens, and committed for passirg n $5 counterfeit bill of tbe Tolland, Connecticut, Bank, was complain-d of to-day for having stolen a gold watch, worth $100, from the store of Henry M. Ri?rrban, No. 6791 Broadway, on the 20th January last He snatched the watch and attempted to run ofl, but being hended off, sprung through a large window and escaped. He was committed to answer this charge also. A simulated Naval Otficek.?A man named Chauncey C. La rkin. who however had assumed the name of James Wilkesof the U. S Navy, and who was clad in naval uni? form on Ihe lGih January, purchased a gold watch, gold chains and other jewelry amounti?g to $!12, lor which he gave a check to that amount to Michael Reese, of whom he bought tie goods, purporting to be drawn by James W likes on the American Bank, saying he was a Naval Officer and to have the command of the Isomer*, and that he had $3.400 in tbe Bank ol America. He trx k off with htm $0'J worth of the goods and was to call next day tor the residue, but did not. Tbe check was presented at the Bank and pro? nounced worthless. He had also committed other similar Crouds, passing as Gabriel Ravel, i.e. and was committed to answer. Arrest of a Curl Merchant.?A man named Eugene Barron was arrested on Tuesday evening lor having on the night of the Illh inst. stolen a cap and bat worth il l from the hall of the house of John S. Weeks, No. 8 Carroll place, and on the night of the 13 h lust stealing two overcoats worth $35 from tbe ball of the house of William Walker, No. 157 Chambers-sireet, in this wise. He wem to each of Ihose houses with a small box of curls and ringing the bells, handed the box to the servant,dem indlng two shillings (or it, and while tbe servant called the master or mistress, be would slily fix tbe night latch m> that it would not fasten and on being told the curls did not belong there would ?:? out and soon alter re-enter and rob tbe balls; This trick haviBg been told by the children of Mr. Walker to those of Mr. Augustine Averill of No. 77 Aniity-Mrect, at scboal, the story was related to Mr. Averill and soon aller the curl mer? chant rung the bell there, was admitted, offered his curls, demanded two shillings and was mstandy seized by Mr. Averill and sent to tbe watch house. To-day be was com? mitted on boUi the at?ove charges. Stabbing a Mistress.?A man named John Chapman, was arrested late on Tuesday night for having subbed h's mistress, a female named Sarah Gansford, three times se? verely in the left breast, the same night about ten o'clock, and lodgrd by officer Bird in the 5th District watch house It appeared that the female had lived w ith Chapman as his wife (or about three months, at bis residence corner of the Bowery and 7th street | and on Tuesday nigbt having bad a quarrel, she lett, and returned to him about 10, whea the quarrel was renewed and he stabbed and turned her out oi doors. The watchman tounrf her on the step* bleeding at one o'clock, and she was taken to Bellevue Hospital. Chapman was committed. Bigamy.?A man named John W. Bower, a native of Montreal, Canada, by trade a tailor, was arrested to-day by officer McGratb, charged with the crime ol bigamy. It appeared iliat on ibe 20 ih of January, 1337, be was married in Philadelphia by Rev. T. S. Allen, to Rosanna Khney, and on ihe 27th May last he was married in this cily by Rev. Felix Varela. to Ann McGorner. Botii wives were in the office, Tbe accused confessed his offence and was committed to answer. Coroner's Office.?Death from Small Pox. ?The Coroner to-day viewed, at the residence of her pa? rents, No. sg Sheriff-street the body of Elizabeth Griddle, aged 5 years, who was attacked oo Saturday with ihe small pox, and having no physician died on Tuesday. Tbe Cor? oner, deeming tt unsafe to call a Jurv. as the disease was of a very malignant type, gave a ce: tificate of death by con? fluent small pox. Another Case.?Th? Coroner also, at No. 12S Cham? bers-street viewed tbe body of Mary Jane Hughs, aged about one vear, who re-ided as above,ami being attacked with snail p^x, died on Tuesday without having a pWysi cian. Certificate given as before. O" The Democratic Whig Electors of tbe 2d District, 16th Want are rrqur sled to meet at the Black Swan, corner 2Kb street and 3d Avtnue,on Friday the 17ih insL at7J o'clock P. M. u> electotficsr*and organ:*- for the business of the ensuing vear. T. N1MS, Chairman. G. Whittield, .-ec'ry_ flo2t IT TOcchnnics and Working ITlen to the Rcucue.?The Mechanics, Woramg Men and others, who artt in tavor of the ascendancy of Democratic Whig princi pl?s, are requested to attend a meeting to be beid at the Henry Clay House, on Thursday evening, Feb. 16, 1843, at 7J o'clock. A punctual attendance is requested, as business of import? ance to the community al large w ill b" transacted II MERR1TT, Chairman. A. Schwartz, Secretary. f!52t* ET Cheines? sLycenm.-Prof. TAYLF.R LEWIS, of tbe University, will Lrciure heiore the Chels-a Lyceum at tke Baptiit Church in Sixteei th-stre? t third building esst of the Eighth Avenue. This Evening, 16th inst, at7J o'clock, P. M., on 'The Idea of a StateJ It* TT The Exemption Law wit! be debated at Washington Hotel this Dight- Justin Newhoase, J. w. S,rang, E>q. J. T. Bradv. E?q ar.d L. D. Dewev art ex? pected to take part in the debate. This is a question ot much interest, as is evinctd by the numerous petitions for and against it sent into tbe Legislature. Tickets 1 ^ cents, or 25 cents for two laaies and a gentleman. 16i It TT Capital Pnni-hmrut.-Loit Evening of the j Debate between Hon. J.JL U'Suilivan aud Rev. Gee. it Cbeeve-, at the Tabernacle Tbis Debate (which was not closed on the last evening as announced.) will be renewed and concluded on Friday evening-, F?bruary 17, in pursuance ol' tfae invititioa Of Mr. CVSulhvan on that occasion. , _ . ? . THE TARIFF.?On Saturday evening the Debate be? tween J. Blunt, H. Greeley, P. Godwin and S. J. Tilden, Esqrs. will close. The sense of the audience will be taken at the close of the Debate. Tick-is I9j cents. HUGH MAXWELL, President, W. B. Wedcwood, Secretary._ TT Inward Benson of Christianity.?Henry James will deliver a Fourth Lecture at tbe Muyvesant in? stitute, Thursday eveninz, 16th inst Subject?L mty oi God and man. Lecture to commence at hall-pan 7 o ?ocR. Admittance free. _ 101 -l ETZYew Graham lioune.-Tbe uew and splen did Hmse No. 42 Vesey street, a tew doors from ue Aster, bas jus: bceu newly fitted up in the most ample and con? venient nianaer, regardless of expense, for ciuzens and strangers who may prefer to test the advantages ot tue Graham System of Vesetable, to the exclusion or AnlroaJ Food. The choicest Fruits and Y'egetaolesthe nwrtet may afford, with the rich Milk aod Batter of Orange txma ty, will be at all times on the table, and every rffortJ*Lfl' to demonstrate the truth tbat a Vegetable Diet is mosticon ducive to Happiness as well as Healib. TheJ??*? b ceniraUpleosanl, and convenient to all the ?tesunt^?? ing?. Terms moderate. Gendemen vtsiung ?iecBJ loti few days are invited to give this System a trial. T"?*?*"' menisire large and airy. Shower Baths, with Crown w? te., for the accommodation ol Boarders. N o efforts wuo spared to please and accommodate those wbo ?*/ j."*0' this Hons* with their patronage._ x in u TT Good Board and pheasant Rooms ?an be obuiner ' at No. ;G Chfl-flttcet (2) ?16 " TT The Cheapest Work erer pubitsned in the United States.?The first part of the American Family Magazine or General Abstract or Useful Know? ledge, a work eminently useful ia families, and calculated to arrest the attention, awaken the curiosity, and enlighten the understandings of the young. IUnstmted sith 5000 ?>. tytxrmzu To be completed in 16 Numbers of 203 to 240 pages each. Tbe first No, contains 108 pages, royal octavo, and 2C0 Engravings and is sold at 25 cents! Tbe above work may be obtained at the office of Tat Tribune. In Philadelphia, from Burgess It, Zeiber; Bos? ton, Redding L Co. TT Spencer announces to gentlemen that his arrange? ments are now completed for supplying according to pre? vious intimation, a tine Fur Hat at a price (S3 35) which shall render it emphatically the cheapest as well as lowest priced Gentlemen's Fur Hat ever on sale in this city. It is prepared in the same style which characterizes our finest article, and like that article is offered at a price which it cannot be continued without an unusually rapid sale. The undersigned with all confidence arffirms it to for tbe gentleman aad econom ist the most desirable Fui Hat yet offered. (o20U) SPK.VCKR. 245 Broadway. TT Tribune Job JPrinting Office, 160 Has sou-street. All kinds of JOB PRINTING, such as Pamphlets, Catalogues, Checks, Cards, Insurance Policies, Bills or Ladinc, Circulars, Mammoth Snow Bills, Lecture Bills, Concert Bills, Plain and Fane.-, Political Bills, Circulars, (aeat) kc Promp?y executed at the Office ot The Tribune, No. 160 Nassau-street, (opposite the Park.) dI3 TT Useful and iBnterentin* Book??Recent! published by U. APPLETON & CO. 200 Broadway : General History ot Civilization in Europe, from tbe Fall of th* Roman Empire to the French Revolution. Transla ted from the French of M. Gaixot, Profess?r of History la Faculte des Lettre?; des Paris, and Minister of Public 1 struction." Third American edition, with Note?, adapted for tbe u?e s>( Collect-* and High School*, by C. S. Henry DD Professor of Pmlosopey and History in the University ot the city ol New-York. One handsomely printed volume 12mo.?price $1. A Descripnve and H;*tnrical Account of Hydraulic and other Machines (or Raising Water, including the Steam and Fire Engines. Ancient and Modern; with Observations on various subjects connected with the Mechanic Arts: illus trated by nearly three hundred engravings. By Thomas Ewbank. One handsomely printed volume, 8vo. of 600 pages. The Daughters of England; their Position in Society Character and Responsibility. By Mrs. Ellis, anlhor ot tbe Women of England. Complete in one handsome volume 12aio, 75 cent*. A Manual for Communicants; or the Order for Adminis tering the Holy Communion; conve*jentlv arranged with Meditations and Prayers from the Oid English Divines, be? ing the Eucharistie? of Samuel W?beriorce, M. A. Arch deacon of Sorry, (adapted to the American service.) Con venient si/.? for the pocket 37J cents. Carlyleon His ory and Heroes. On Hero-Worship, and the Heroic in History. Six Lectures reputed with Emen? atioris ami Additions, by Tnomas Carlyle, author of the French Revolution. Sartor Rvsartus, ate. Elegantly prin ed in one volume l2rr.o?2d edition ; $1 OA. Pictorial Life ol Napoleon. Hi?torv of Napoleon Bona part*,translated from the French of M. Laurent de L'Ar Weche, with five hundred spirited illustrations, after designs by Horace Vernet. and twenty original portraits engraveii in the best style. Complete in two handsome volume, octa vo, about five hundred pages each?prict- $1 00. Tue complete Poetical Works of VV'm. Cowper, including the Hymns und Translations from Mad. Guion, Milton, kc. aud Adam, a Sacred Drama, from die Italian of Baptists Andreini, with a Memoir of the Author, by the fiev. Henry Stebbing, A. M. One elegantly printed volume of 860 pages 16;*o.?prire 1 37. The complete Peetical Works of Robert Burns, with Ex planatory and Glossarial Notes, and a Life o1' the Author by James Currie, M. D. 1 vol. l6mo?price 1 25. It TT New-York Fire Department Fnnd.? The nndersigued Committee of the Trustees of the Fire Department beg leave to call the attention of the friend andpatroasof this charitable institution to the following communication, viz: THE N. Y. SACRED MUSIC SOCIETY have ia the kindest manner volunteered to perform the Grand Oratorio of DAVID AND GOLIATH, for ibe benefit of the Funds of this noble diarity.on Thursday, Feb. 16th; on which oc casion ihey will be assisted by Mr. Colburn of Boston who has been expressly engaged lor the character of Da vid; and will also be assisted by other eminent talent. Tickets$1 eacr? to be bad ol the officers of the Depart ment, at the principal music stores, at the door on tbe night of performance, or of either of the Committee. MARTIN W. EMMuNS, 14 Spruce-st FORSYTH LAB AG H, 14 Grand-st f 8 7t JAMES PRYER, 245, Front-sL TT Elxhth Ward Taxe?.?Th* Tax-Payers ef the above ward will please take no?ce that one per cent will be added on the 20th instant to all unpaid taxes. JAS. G. MOFFET, Collector, 121 Prince-street, op stairs. Office hours from 7 o'clock A. M. to 8 o'clock P. M. f 137t Important to Merchants and Clerks! TT Briatow'a Writing and Book-keeping and Short-Hand Academy, No. 235 Broad way, near Park Place, continues open Day and Eveiling for Gentlemen of 111 aSC8" GREAT REDUCTION, From Twelve to Six Dollars I Mr. BRISTOW, of London, guarantees to reform any writing, however bad, illegible or cramped, into a beau tilul, tree, expeditious and finished Mercantile style, as adapted to all the pursuits of life aad business, In Twelve Easy Lsssons?for only Six Dollars.' Academy No 235 Broadway, near Park Place. The Ladies are taught an elegant, graceful and fashion? able running-hand. Tney assemble daily at tl o'alock. TT VrsrTERs in New-York can take a course ia Three Days. Mr. B. is te be seen from 9 A. M. to 1 P. M., or from 4 to 8 P. M. rt c * r\d 9 <n *v ?5*s 1 STENOGRAPHY. Or tbe amusing art of Short-Hand Writing, taught by Mr. Bristuw. in 12 lessons, for taking down Sermons, Lectures, Trials, kc. kc. as fast as any person can speak. N. B. A work of the author is presented to every pupil O* For sale at the Academy, upstairs, a "Guide to Short-Hand." j22 S.T.kTh. lm*is MARINE JOURNAL. PORT OF NEW-YORK, FEBRUARY 16, 1843. MINIATURE ALMANAC.?THIS DAT the sun the moon ifull sea Rises 6 55 | Sets 5 34| Sets. 8 19 I 9 53 Latest Dates. London.Jan. 3 1 Havre.Jan. 1 Liverpool.Jan. 4 | New-Orleans.Feb. 4 cleared. Ship Panthea, Dennis, NOrleans, W Nelson. Bark Z D Basselt, Venice, S W Lewis. Brig? New-Orleans, Alden, New-Orleans, Badger k Peck; Georgian*, Bedell, Apalachicola, Siurges k Clearman; Br brig j? rince Albert, Stewart, Liverpool, Barclay Si Livings? ton. Scbrs Alabama, Harris, Tampice, J Ogden. The French bark Bayonms, Higgins, for Tobascc: bark Ovando, Nichols, for Apalachicola; schrs Ostrich, Ellis, for St Domingo City, and V icior, Hallet, for Boston, all cleared on the 11th. arrived. Ship North America, Lowber, fm Liverpool, Jan 7, mdse to C H Marshall. Bark-, 19 ds fm Mobile. Bark Washington, Pillsbury, of Thonaston, 28 ds fm N Orleans, molasses to master. Bark Rio Grande, Cousins, 19 da fm New Orleans, cotton, pork, he. to Nesmith k Leeds. The R G has been 11 days West ot Hatteras, and has experienced very severe weather on the coast Brig Black Hawk, Robinson, 60 ds fan Rio Grande, to E Corning k Son. Sehr Judge Hitchcock, Hathaway, 3 ds fm Newbern,NC. turpentine to B Blossom. Sehr Harriet Hannah, Smith, Baltimore, flour to Mason k Thompson. BELOW?1 ship and a brig?Wind light NW. sailed. Brigs Emelie,(Sw) Wolff, Hamburg; Yeoman, Weston, NOrieans. memoranda. Scbr Control, of 127 tons burthen. was sold on Tuesday at the Exchange, by Messrs. Pell, for $360,20 per cent cash, balance 9u days. Sehr .indes, of 74 43 100 tons, was sold cpon same terms lor $530. Tbe Liverpool packet ship Shenandoah, West, from Liv? erpool, about 65 days, has arrived below in tbe Delaware River. disasters. The sehr Jew, from Baltimore for Providence, with a car? go of com, went ashore on the Hook while running in tor a harbor. She lays on the Beach, is bilged, and full of water. The vessel and cargo a total loss?sails, riggiog, ate. have been saved. The brig Carleton, Jamieson, from New-Orleans, bound to New-York, put into Charleston on the 10th instant, in dis? tress. , , A letter dated Key West Jan. 25, states that a bark has been seen ashore en,tbe American shoaL Her'name not known; said to be Eastern built At Eastport on the 5th inst the sehr Teaxer, of that port. Capt. GrnoUw, a regular trader between Eastport, Saint Johns an New-York, while lying at the wharf in that port, parted Ler fasts, broke her windlass an< drove against the wharf. Tbe schooner's jibbooiu and bowsprit were broken, bows stove, he Tbe sehr Samuel Phillips, Prettyman, of Vienna, from Georgetown, DC to New York, with flour, kc went ashore about 12 miles North of Baraegat on the night of tbe 5th inst The flour (which is insured in tbe Mutual Safety and A?antic offices in this eity) w?l probably be saved in a dam? aged state. , ... Sehr Only Daughter, of NYork, Tucker, from Portland for Lubec. dragged ashore on Moose Island, near Deer Island thoroughfare, night of the 5th, knocked out part of her keel and bilged. BY this MORNtNG's SOUTHERN MAIL. [From our Philadelphia Correspondent] Philadelphia. February 15?P. M. Cleared this day?Bark Mary Cbiltoo, Benedict NYork. Arrived this day?Brig Joseph Cowpenhwait, Lyle, 13 ds fm Cienfuegoa. Spoke, Jan 30. off Cape Saint Antonio, brig Bullo, of Boston, from Trinidad de Cuba, bound to N Y Below?Ship Shenandoah. West from IdverpsoLDec l(h bark Renown, Watson, fm NOrieans; brig Pearl, Harding, fm Boston, scbr Watchman, Im Atiakapas. Wind-West '? t, , Tee navigation still continues considerably obstructed by large masses of floating Ice. Tbe City Ice Boat, having in tow the barks Mary Chtitoc for NYork. Navare lor Pernambbco, aad sehr Esther Eliza, tor tbe West Indies, proceeded down the river at Hi e'doci this morning. I K7* Health. Quiet and Comfort.?The Gra ? bam Hotue, 63 Barclay st New-York, proffers advantages ! to Strangers stopping a few days or weeks in the city, ?ca as air rarely .offered. It is eligibly located on a clean and airy street, very near the business part of the city, ans! In the immediate Ticinrty of the principal steamboat landings. Iu apartments ire convenient aad a*at, while its table Is supplied with the best Vegetables arid Fruits that can be procured, excluding entirely Animal Food and Srjauiants of all kinds. Chare es moderate, aod every effort made to render Boarders com ?nable. Shower Baths tree. Re member 63 Barclay-st. _ ?7" Particalar Notice.?Those perse s havtnr. ftnurare of any description ta dispose of, or who are break log up bonse-keeping, will find* ready sale tor a ay portion or ail of tbeir goods, hy sending their address, or calling apon the subscriber. Goods to any amount purchased. At private sale?Two Piano Fortes. je? tf F. COLTON t CO., 197 Chatham sL ?i?rriedT At New-Rocbeile. on Tuesday, 14th inst, by ibe Rev. John W. Le.evre. .Mr. Berjamam D Lefevre to MissEIiia Toole, daughter of Thomas Tooie, Sen. DIED: On Taesdar, 14th inst. Mary, wife of Lient. T. Augustus M. Craven, U. S. Navy, in the ?6Uayenr of her age. The triend* of the tamdv,?.f lier fath?r, Robert Carter, Esq. of Fiu*h;ng, and of T. Cr*Ten, E?q. are requested to etieod the funeml without further invitation, on Thursday at 3 P. M. from her late residence, corner of Pierrepont and Henry sts-Brooklyn. ? On Tuesday. 14th inst William Chamberlain, son of Jas. Robinson; aged 2 years. On Tuesday, 14ch instant, of consnmptioo.Miry Addison, aped 41 years. On Tuesday, 14th inst, Eiitabeth, wife of William Chave, aged 47 y arj. A' New-Oilesns, on the 3d last Mrs. Eunice, wife of CapL A W. Tufts, ag.-d 46 rears. AM Eli i CAN MUSEUM?Marble build? ing, opposite St Paul's Church.?P. T. BARN UM, MaDger.?Visit of the Indian Chiefs prolonged. Every Day and Ev-nin? Ulis Week. O* The deputation of Indian Chiefs, iic held a "talk" on Saturday, ami being assured through their interpreter that thousands who have been prevented by th? weather, are desirous ot seeing them, they have consented to remain at the Museum one week more, and have voluntarily offer? ed to give tbeirSPLENDID WAR DANCES and CERE? MONIES every afternoon at half pastJ o'clock. H. ?. Sherman, the Ballad Singer?T. G. Booth, the un? rivalled Comic Singer?La Petite Celeste, the admired danseu?e?Miss Hood, the Vocalist, Ate. JOT No Free List during the engagement of the Indiaus. Price of Admission, 25 cents?Children under 10 yean half-price. 13f P^ATE'S~aius^ GALLERY?C. H. Devoe, Manager.?Every day and evening this week at an extra < haige of only one shil? ling, the Norwood GIPSY WOMAN can be consulted la:e to face in a private apartment. She does not pretend tu be a Fortune-Teller, but prufe?s*s by her knowledge of Physi? ology, Physiognomy, Philosophy, Phrenology, Mesmerism and the hidden Sciences, to be able to instruct others o: good intellect. She will inform them if they are married or not, givi ig them a history of past limes, the present and die future, as if she knew Uiem from birth. She has no connec? tion with or knowledge of Madame Adolphe, an account ol j whose in>position and runaway from Ulster appeared in the I New-York papers recently.?Admission to the Museum 25 I cents; children' half price. 19 ; HENRY CLAY BALL.?Ladies' Slip pets for Balls, Parties, Weddings, itc, consisting of wime and black Satin, French Morocco and Kid Slippers, made in the latest French style, and equal u> any in the city. Ladies are particularly requested to call, sew and judge for themselves, at J. B. MILLER'S, 142 Canal-st. f 14 6teo?lis" between Thompson and Sollivan sis. AISTED?A Boy about 18 years of age to attend an Oil store. Apply at 76 Front st. 1 WANTED?By a very respectable young woman, who thoroughly underttands bei bu ir.ess, a situation to cook wash an I 'iron. Inquire at 535 Broad .vay. Satisfactory references can be giver. It* BOAR ? WANTED.?A Lady wishes to procure Board in a Private Family residing up town, on reasonable terms, and where sbv can enjoy the comforts of home. Please uddress B. W. at this office, f 16 3?S* GRAHAM'S MAGAZINE and Lady's BOOK for March, just received and lor sale whole? sale and retail, at die old established stand. Orders from the Couutry prompdy executed Ifif BRADBURY, SODKN Sl Co. 127 Nassau sL TO PRINTERS.?For sale, 1000 lbs". Long Primer type, in good order; 600 lbs. of which is nearly new; the remainder i? somewhat worn Al?o a sinele frame; al?o a small fount of Lnng Primer Astronomi? cal Signs. Inquire of R. D. WEEKS, 112 Fulton si, ihird ?tory._?6f 2is* THE ELIZABETHPORT & NEVV YORK FERRY COMPANY.?The Stockholders or said Company are informed that the Free Passage Tickets can be taken at No. 47 Stone-street any time between tbe 15 h day of February inst. and the 1st day of April next. it, IQf lw*_ WTT) Ann Tu $15>090 WANTED tyP j_ \7 9\J \J \s for a ter M or years at 8 per cent in? terest, payable semi-annuaijy. Would be secured by men ? gage on productive real estate located in the Bowery and worth twuiu three Kmc* t:.? ..?.., ,..a,n.>.j. .Applications tu loan on the terms mvutioned will be received at the store No. 14 Bowery,_ICflw* LOOK AT*THIS?Just received, lot good Sewing Silk at2 cents, lot Lady's Cravau at Is, fine Muslins at 6 pence, lot good dark Prints at 6 pence, lot fine Broadcloths at 10* 6d, lot superfine black Broadcloths at only )8s, Satinets at 2* 6d, lot fine Brown Linen at Is, lot good Cotton Hose at Is, lot Ribbons 6 p?nce. Receiving (mm auction daily, lots of cheap prods at WILLET HAWKINV Slore, 481 Grernwich-st hrst store above Canal-sl* 16f3tis* LUNGLEY'S Great Western Indian Panacea?Compounded entirely from vegetable sub? stances?free from calomel and all other minerals, and re? commended in the following Diseases: Asthma, Dyspepsia, Bronchitis, Kidney and Liver Com? plaints, Coughs, Colds, and as a family physic it is un? equalled. Its success thus far in ruring the above disease*, in all climates where it has been tried, is truly astonishing. The P-n.icex is a palatable medicine, and we ask our fel? low citizens to try it, and it it does not commend itself be? yond our report, lh??n condemn it; but if it prove a remedy, the most plea<ant in its operations, ami most certain anil valuable in its results upon the system, then vay so, that the world may have the benefit of your experience Hitherto the proprietor has not been cbie to give the Panacea a universal circulation, because the Immediate de? mand has outrun the supply; but he is now prepared to supply till the cities and principal towns in the United States, British Provinces, and West Indies. With this field he must he content for the present History of the Pamacea.?In the year 1833 Col. Long ley was on the upper Lakes, attending the payment of the Government annuities to the Nortb Western Indians, where be bad a violent attack of bis old complaint, the Asthma, which threatened bis life. After trying in vain the usual remedies, an Agent of the Home Missionary Society In? duced him lo try a remedy from the hand of a celebrated Indian" Medicine Man," ?hieb proved effectual, and raised him from the verge of ibe grave. Wi.h much trouble mid expanse he obtained a knowledge of the compound; and in gratitude to bis Indian benefactor, be conferred upon it its present name. The following certificates will show ibe estimation in which It is held by some of the roost distinguished men in our country: From Hon. Robert Morrell, Circuit Judge (Sixth Circuit) in the S ale of N"w.York: Greene, Nov. 25,1842. Col Longltry?Deer Sir: I have used one botlle of your valuable Panacea for myself and in my family, and am well satisfied it is an excellent and safe medicine. I have found it the hen remedy for bilious attacks, to which I am subject, that I have used. My neighbors, also, who have used it, speak of it as of great relief in Dyspepsia. Your obedient servant, Robert Morrell. From Si!is West, M. D., a distinguished Physician o( Binebamton, New-York: CoL Longley?Dear Sir: I have used your Great Western Indian Panacra in my family, and bave repeatedly pre? scribed it for patients under my care, and am satisfied that It is always sate, and la very many cases an invaluable medi? cine. It operates as a laxative without nausea, or pain ; and while it effectually obviales costlveoess acts upon the stomach and liver as an alterative, correcting acidity, and restoring tbe healthy condition of those organs. Very respectfully, yours, S. West. From A. G. Ransom, Esq., Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Jokn-street: New-York, Feb. 10,12-13. CoL LmgUy? Sir: 1 feel under great obligations toyou, for furnishing to me, and Inducing me to take tbw Great Western Indian Panacea. I had been an invalid for twelve years, much of Uie time incapacitated for doing business from dyspepsit?constantly costive; troubled with a dry bard cough.' s?re throat. Ate I bad sought and obtained the best medical advice and prescriptioos, and had made fair trial of mo.t of the popular medicines, in the lorm of pills and syrups, but was not materially beoeotted until I took your Panacea. I commenced taking your medicine nearly one year ago. 1 bave used in ah some three or four bottles, a part of which other memben of m v family have taken. I can most coafidently say that your Panacea is by far tbe West compound ex?anL I consider it a sure cure for dyspepsia, asthma, kc I know of several gentlemen who have used it and speak very highly ot iL My health U comparatively restored under the use of this remedy. I would not be with? out it on any consideration. A. G. Ransom. For sale at 305 Broadway, and earner Grand aod Mol berry-streets._______16flm TU LfciT.?The Store with front Cel? lar of the building No 53 Caiherine-?L below Mad IClTsTreet. from the first of May next Rent $356. Apply to A. A. WEEKS, No. 67 Wall-st. 3d story. 16f 4us? TU LET?Those extensive, conven? ient and weh lighted Rooms recently occupied by gJT F. Cooledge as a, B hink Baok Manufactory, situate in tbe rear of tbe subscriber'* Bookstore. Tbe whole or a part may be hired, at reduced rates. N- B- Tbe three-story brick House adjoining is also to let Apply to f J4eod3 MA?LON DAY &. Co. 374 Pearl su TO LET?The spaciouo Store, No - 71 DivisSon-streeL running through to East Broad ? x v. iS feet by 140, now occap?rd as a Carpet Warehouse possession given on the 1st of May next. On the 2d fiooi fronting on Divislon street, a large room suitable for i school room, and possession given immediately. On the S< door, also fronting on Division-St., a large room adapts and now occupied as a school room, possession oa the Is May aexL For further particulars enquire of Thompsoi i. Company, No.3 9pruce st. or Charles liickvio inept em ises._flSlm* WATCHES, Jewelry, 8ilver Ware, &c by JE. fc S. 8. ROCKWELL, jlS 3ods* No.9 Astor Hotue. AUCTION 8AL&S. Jcsitth Rictsroa, Aucucc-er. BY BANGS, RICHARDS & PLATT, Store 198 Broadway. Liberal cam advances made oa coor.?7Bmeata fer isc ?oa ?Je? I Thirty Sevsnth New-York Trad* Sale?To com ? raence March 28,1843.?The neat regular Trade Sale will be commenced on the 4th Tuesday or March ant, m ac? cordance with the reflations ot' the Trade. UwiU be co od acted, as heretofore, under tbese regulations; and un? der the direction, of the Committee of the Trade. Invoices of Books, Stationery. Paper, Stereotyp* Plate*. i lie., are respectfully solicited They ?>?ould be furnished by the first ot February next, when the Catalogue anil be put to press. The usual cash advances will be made on receipt of coed s when required, and the sales will be guaranteed and cashed, il desired. B" Y 8. DRAl'Elt, Jr.^tr^i>i VYil liam-ctreet. corner of Pip^rtreei THURSDAY. Feb. lt>. At 10 o'clock, at the auciion room. French Goods?10 > cases compri?>pg a talrableassert meat of French, German an? other Foreign Goods ot re? cent tmcortations adapts >o the spring tr?de. Also, 2 cases triple chain mode ro.\i gr? de Nap. Also, 1 case rich w il*> old poll de soie AI?, 1 case triple chain gro de Nap. tor parasols Alv?, extra run coTd satios Also, rich hg*d cap and taffeta ribbocs Also, pott u'soie crape riooons Also, extra rich pon d' soie Also, 2 c-ses silk and worsted drsp d' e'e. extra fin* Also, 6oe bem stitched aud comnen hhdkfs Also, 4 cases blue black boauviz DrS Also, an invoice of Grrniin cotton hose, white and co.'J Aha, S4. 36 and 38 inch Italian cravats Also. 2b cases German thread lace A'so, 2 cases common pongee hrtkfs Also, an invoice of cutton sail duck, with wb'ch tfco ? . > will coanntnee. Terms 6 months. Catalogues and samples ready cn tte ruorn.ng o! sale. SATURDAY. Feb IS. At 10 o'clock, at the auction room. Cloths and Cassimeres?From U.e shelves?on a credit of six months, for improved endo sed notes. TUESDAY, Feb. 14. At 10 o'clock, at ?fce Auctinu Room. Cloths and Cassimeres?From the shelve?-or. a credit ot six months, for approved endorsed nous. Isaac Lewis. Jr. is requeued to call immediately and settle bill of Feb Tib._. By K H. Ludiow, Attciioneer, REAL ESTATE, Judgements, Notes and Book Debts, brloDging to the Estate o. Joiiu P. Garcia. E. H. LUDLOW it CO. will sell atauctionon Friday, the 17th instant (February) at one o'clock, at their ?aua Room, No. 11 Bioad street, by order cf tue sub-cnoer, Assi^ne-, the following assets, belonging to the E?ute of John P. Garcia. REAL ESTATE. The House and Premises No. 414 Houston street, subject to a niortgoge for J?.Oi'O, now due, with btteresiat s. veu per ceaL tcom 1 February, 1842, to 1 February. I84o; and Also, a Mortgage due lu June next, tor $2,300, without lu? te rest. JUDGEMENTS. C. G. Salazar, of Mexico.$7.;;75 43 Tbc* S. Whttaker, New York. 180 I ? Mvad and Dempsey, do. 7^6 50 George Wooldridgc deceased. ..- DO R. C. Rogers and Son, New Yoik. l.-t'JJ Oo Do. do. . 1 617 79 Do. do. . 1,771 16 NOTES. Green aud Weymans? protested 13 January, I8'i9 353 So Do. do. do. 15 co. do. 220 99 Charles Squires, do. 9 August, 1S37 1,132 l*i BOOK ACCOUNTS. Balance due by T P. Gonzalez, of Mnuinzas. 1 545 22 44 M John baura,deceased. 100 00 " M W. Carpenter, N York. t>7 Ul " " VY. Frean, da . 60? 91 '* T. J. Purroy, Caraccax. 1,310 59 " " G. W. Tvs-in k Co. N. York. 1.717 <ri " " Jno. A. Gonzalez, Mexico.S?S 91 " " C. S West, Havana. i~ ? i " " Garcia, Arm. At Co. N. Y ork. 456 61 " M J. B. Carrion, deceased. -il.'fc7 " " Juau Auger, Cuba. ;7 ->z " " Jose Carrion. Havana. 178 ' ?' " H. Parlorr, Maine. IM 05 " Corn's Oakley, N. York. i7 50 " '? V. J ilyou, do. 200 00 " " Apf ztequiaArrecheait Co. of Tri? nidad oe Cuba. l.'u U> Heury Holduue. Jr. N. Vork. 15 33 " " L.Mintbrop, do. 22 SO ?* ** G. W. TysoO, do. 5') Od " " M. Balh-boras. Curacoa. 3.? 71 " M. Hone. N.York.1.214 12 f 14 ists WM. H'Y. THOMAS. Assignee. ' A'Principle made practicable is a Principle made u?e<ul. ' NEW-YORK CASH TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT, 14? Fulton-at., New-York. The undersigned, in announcing to their patrons their de? termination to adhere strictly to the priaciple of cash deal? ing In their busiueas. would lake occasion to say that Uiey have become well satisfied of the practicability a.... useful? ness of such a plan by the uniform success which has at? tended its operation in their house from the commencement. The advantages derived by the customer from the adop? tion of ?iis system?thereby realizing a gain ot 30 per cent upon credit prices?they conceive perfectly obvious and therefore need no comment. Of the merits of their house and the facilities with which ihey are invested of furnishing a cheap axd rich garment, they will not dilate?f ully a -. sored as they arc tli.-u this simple fact in (oo wtvil knovsn their celebrity too w?Il established, to require further re? mark. And in calling the attention of the gentlemen of the United States, and New-York iu particular, to their assort? ment of choice goods, they will merely observe that undo viating punctuality and dispatch In answering the commands of their friends is as much a part of their system as cash payments._n30 fasti* J. C. BOOTH At CO. W~^TClifES lowcrtiiaaTverT-^Ia Con? sequence of die reduction of duties by the 1st? tariff the subscriber is selling bis stock ot Gold and Sliver Levers, Anchor Escapements, Lepine, and other Watches of new and splendid patterns, and Jewelry at retail at a considerable reduction from lormer prices, being rout it lower than they can be bought for at any other plucr ia the city. Gold Watches as low as $20 to f25 each.? Watches and Jewelry exchanged or bought. All watches warranted to keep good time or the money relumed.? Watches and Clocks repaired In the best manner, and war? ranted, at muchivss than the usual prices. G. C. ALLEN, Importer of Watches aud Jewelery, ol7iatf Whol**afe and eUlLSO WalUsL. up atadrs. S~T^AR^i^TV~TrIWm 1LY MAGA" ZINE, the bestand cheapest Family Periodical in the United Slates, established lor the diffus on ? f ("< lul Know ledge, embellished with several hundred fine Engiavinga. In monthly parts of 40 or 50 large imperial octavo pages. Terms, $. a year, invariably in advance. No subscription received for a le>s period than one year. Single numbers IH cents. tCT Persons in the city who may find it inconvenient to subscribe for one year to the Magazine, can be Miippl.ed a*, their own doom, by city carriers, at iBjceot" per number payaUleon delivery. KOBERT SEARS, Publisher, 122 Nassau streat. Agents supplied on tha moat liberal terms. Elegant Premiums for Su&tcrxbert?A very Liberal OJTt* ?An easy method of procuring a copy of 4 Sears' Biule Fl ography,' or ' Wonders of the World.'?Any .person either subscribing himself or procuring a new subscriber to 'Sears' Family Magazine,' for one year, and re/nitiing |>7, current funds, fr*e of all expense, to the publisher, shall receive t? copy of that periodical for one year, and a volnme of > iiber of the niMrc works. f 13 Inii-" OILED SILK, mauufactured in eveiy respect equal if not superior to any In the market, at 16 cenis per yard by J. it R. W.,RD, Essex street, Newark, N. J.. Manufacturers of Patent Leather, Japp'd Linen, Muslin, Top Hides, itc. tte. Merchants and Dealers are cautioned agaii-M notie^ % what has been said against us as Manufacturers of the ah*, article by a firm in this city, who have had almost the ex? clusive sale of Oiled Silk. We hold ourselves responsible for all silk not fins-bed equal to any in market. Orders received for us and samples to be seen at O. W. GORUM'S, 125 Maiden lane. We refer to Smiih, Wright ii Co. rnaperxin; our re*pon?lbilitT. j*24 eod2mi?* MERCANTILE AGENCY-REMOV AL ?The subscriber has moved his office from the second to the first floor of Dorr's building, corner of Ex? change and Hanover-streets, into the rooms lateiy occupied by the Clinton Bank. , , This agency was established forUie purpose of procuring, by residents and special agents, information respecting the standing, responsibility, he. of country merchants residing in the States of New-York, Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, I lit- , nois, the New England States, N?*w Jersey, parts cf Ml< ?ouri and Pennsylvania, and the Territories ot Iowa and Wisconsin, for die benefit of such merchants in this city as approve the object and become su sciibersto the agency. The principles up*>n which it is founded are inch as recom? mend them to every solvent and upright meiclient in the community. The information obtainrd is from atiorseya, caabieis of banks, old merchant*, and other competent per a?us. The system is similar to that merchants usually em? ploy?only on an extended plan?of ascertaining whether persons applying for credit are worthy ol the stme, and to what extent. A large number of merchants In this city, in various kinds of business, approve and patronise the Mercantile Agency, and the number is constantly Increasing. The geratest care is taken to have agents of intelligence, good judgement, ex tensive information and integrity, and the information ob? tained is imparted to the subscribers confider.tJa?r.so es not to injure any one. Tbl? agency has already been in stmnsenul in saving to the subscribers Urge amoort?,ana in preventing worthless and unprincipled men obtaining goods on credit from the merchants of tht? city. It is not known that Injustice has been done to country ira .ers uy this plaa. The tendency of tbe Agency Is qoue ?ej^reerae. and many merchants in the coonL-ywbo have <\?mir*d into :? merits dtsioierestedly unite trtK!," J" city, who understand the V^^^S^e^^ proving it.and recommending it ?> . are ?d k?on of the m-rcantile community. M?^""?;"? ??? . to call, when the terms and ^SSSffnM^^^Sto ? * l*"5^ SSS^aekS The agency is now firn ty estab I ?&i*c?Jpo*M<. U bis been. j ' i? ^ .,ri^^ mercantile agency for the- vde pur - and will be, sricUy a nxiw LJEWH TAPPAN, r aST corngr Hanover ansl Exchange-ttreeis. ? X1C?NOMY IN DRESS?229 Broad i Hi mt, opposite the FOTntaixu?I would wggest to the t ^?U^tv tMtl am furnishing every article of Clothing * s^nr^c^onably moderate prices, for which nur^Sack Sur l SffS*been ?fforded, ane^would soliciiaaall from -hose capable of appreciating good work, that they uay judge ot - weindawments cflered to those pay mg read y money Stranger, in the cUy ^^sB^ffil^, ^WSS W? reaper and Tailor.