vo?.u?. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 2, 1838. ?????.
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ber. T le fashionable morals of the present day, as
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?rc to chea' as much as you can, so that the law
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?haved. Every day 1 am receiving .ettera complain
ing that the Herald has failed, when, at the same
tirre, I know full well that it is regularly mailed.?
Why these complaints'? F.ceause many of Amos's
oub-trcasnrcrs will be looking into the Herald, to sec
the lineaments of th ir master accurately depicted.
They read, laugh, hut forget to put the Herald into Ks
wrapper again. Hercalter 1 beg them as a favor?as
a personal ,avor to me?to try to be as honest as they
can. I know they have precious little of that article ;
bet a precious little is better than none.
To the People ot tlic United State*.
The New York state elections, wnich take place in
November next, will determine the aseendancy, either
of the whig or of the democratic party in this state,
and this decision in New York will inevitably give the
next presidency, in the election of 1840, either to elo
quent Henry Clay of Kentucky, or cunning Martin
Van Buren of Kinderhook.
At the recent olection in this city, both parties were
nearly equally balanced, the actual difference not be
ing 160 votes in 40 000?a mere trifle in popular
contests. The position of both parties is believed to
be similar throughout the state?that is to say, neck
and neck, tail and tail?very like a whale, and very
like n whale.
In this condition of things, the Editor and Proprie
tor of the New York Herald, having pity for the
ignorance of man, and love for the beauty of
woman, will turn somo of his attention to politics
during the next six months?not as a partisan,
for he has too much experience ever to bs a
partisan?but as a philosopher, as a patriot, as
an independent, thinking, and reflecting being?an
animal that may be called a phenomenon in human
affairs. The history of the various movements of
both parties, in every part of the state, from this time
up to November next, will be faithfully collected, re
corded, compared and commented on in this paper.
We shall investigate and analyze the results of tke
last few years, and endeavor to place, accurately and
fully before our reader*, the state of the question, each
day, each week, or each month, as the new events
fum upon the tide of time, like dead mackerel with
their white bellies uppermost, on the tide of the eter
nal ocean. It will be, in fact, such a peri dical, phi
losophical analysis of the political elements, heaving
and throwing in this state, as we daily give of the
financial elements, rushing and raging throughout the
In aid of this project-perfectly original in this
country?we desire independent men of both parties,
and in every county?such men as love beautiful truth
with rapture, and adore more beautiful woman with a
deeper rapture?to forward us information in detail of
the several diwricta, so that by comparng the whole
in this great central point of thought and beaaty, we
may be able to reach some probable and accurate opi
nion as to the result of the next strte election, and
<hc fate of Francis Granger and William L. Marcy
in November, involving as it does the fate of Henry
Clay and Martin Van Huren in 1840.
We are on the sve ef a greater movement in New
York, nnd deeper excitement in the Union, than any
country has ever aeun since the call of Abraham.
The preliminary contest for November begins this
day the work. Both parties, wu learn, intend to ce
lebrate the recent victory?both claiming it to be
theirs?and both swearing, like moss troopers on a
foray, that tkey will carry New York next fall, per
fat mut >ief*t, which being interpreted in the locofoco
vernacular, meana?"agin all naisr."
The Herald Shipping List: oa Bennett's Ame
rican S itpino I. ST.?We intend as toon as possi
ble to issue on Saturday evening of every week, m a
single sheet, comprised in the Evening Herald *f that
day, the " Herald Smippiso List," or " Bennett's
American Smippino List," for the use and conve
nience of shipping and general merchants, both of
th s and of other countries. It will comprise all the
ship news of the wee*, combined in one sheet, and
arranged on a plan entirely new?a alight specimen
of which we have given during the last two days in
our Morning Herald. At present, our Weekly Her
ald contains all the literary, philosophical, political,
monetary and commercial intelligence, exclosire of
the slop news, whirh is valuable. The want of room
coinp Is us to exclude this large mass of authentic
?mpping intelligence. Oar purpose is to remedy this
evil, by the publication, in one aheet, of all the ahip
new* of the week, digested and arranged in such a
way aa to aave trouble and time to the commercial
I'hie sheet will be the sue of the daily Herald, and
will be sola at fieo cent* per aopy, or tl 00 per an
num for sabacribera at a distance, payable in ad
In addition to all the shipping intelligence of the
week, it will contain the news of the day on which it
is published?each Saturday, up to the elosi of bust
Not one of the Iraat important features of this sheet
is ita cheapness, commned with its aoeuracy and com
prehensiveness. It will be a specimen of the philo
sophy of news and shipping intelligence.
Our men* to execute this purpose are many and am
ple. We own a most excellent News Boat Establish
ment, equipped and manned in fine style. It is atl
our own We have besides an arrangement with the
term f'lht Honts of New York, froru whom we pro
cure al" the shipping intelligence they ran rake and
?crape in the c lurse of the week. The New York
Pilots arv the meat gallant aet of fellows in existence,
and we always treat them aa they deserve. By these
means we can, and have frequently outstripped every
other paper in New York, in the amplitude and accu
racy wf our ship news. The concentration of these
efforts in a single sheet, will be of manifest advantage
to merchants throughout the Union, and throughout
Ileal Government of the United States.
Bank of Nrw York, 32 Wall street.?Capital
$1,000,000.?Shares $600. Cornelius Heyer, Presi
dent. Anthony P. HaDey, Cashier. D.rectors-J.
Waddington, G. G. Flowland, P. Sshermerhorn,
Charles M'Evers, John Oothout, Robert Maitland,
Henry Bceckman, Guidon Buck, Edward R Jones,
George S. Robbtns, John H. Hicks, Robert Benson.
Wm. I). Waddington, Notary.
Manhattan Company, 23 Wall street.?Capital
$2,050,000.?Shares $50. Maltby Gelston, President,
Robert White. Cashier. Directors?J ,hn G. Coster,
Jonathan Thompson, Jntnes M'Bride, William W.
Todd, David S. Kennedy, William Paulding, Thomas
Sutforn, William B Crosby, s. D. Beekmnn, Jau.es
Brown, Campbell P. White, and Richard Riker, (Ci
ty Recorder, ex-officio.)
Merchants' *Bank, 25 Wall street.?Capital,
$1. -190 000.?611 a res $50. John J. Palmer, President.
Walter Mead, Cashier. Directors?Henry I. Wyck
oii; Jaines Heard, David Lydig, Win. 6. Herrnnan,
, Benjamin Vyrnar, Harvey Weed, John Crumby, John
i D'Wolfe, Peter I. Nevius, Richard T. Haines, and
! the Treasurer of the State, ex-officio. J. D. Camp
j bell, Notary.
Mhchanics' Bank, 16 Wall street.?Capital $2,000,
000.?Shares $25. Jacob Lorillard, President. John
Leonard, Cashier. Directors?Jacob Loriliard,
Gabriel Kurmnn, Francis Cooper, H. C. De Rliatu,
Prior Shnrpe, George Ireland, Robert Speir, George
I Areolar,us, Anson Baker, (President of the Society of
Mechanics and Tradesmen cx officio.) Abraliatn
Warner, Shepherd Kriapp, Robert Kelly, Philip
Henry, Francis P. Sage.
Union Bank, 17 Wall street.?Capital $1,000,000.
?Shares $50. Wm. Howard, President. Daniel
Ebb. ts, jr. Cashier. Directors?Samuel S. How
land, Mortimer Livingston, Knowles Taylor, Morris
Ketehum, F.dwin U. Berryman, Edward Kellogg,
Wilham Augustus White, JamesCkesterrnan. (Three
vacancies.) Howard H. White, Notary.
Bank or America, Wall street, corner William
street.?Capital *2 001,200.?Shures $100. George
Newbold, President. David Thompson, Cashier.?
Directors?Thomas Buckley. George Gnswold, Ste
phen Whitney, Jonathan Goodhue,! Benjamin L.
Swan, John Johnst3n, Peter Crary, J. H. Howland,
Fred. Sheldon, John B. Lawrence, John W. Leavitt,
David Lee, Samuel M. Fox, Chas. Dickinson, Jero
rmis Johnson, John Targee. Stephen C. Wdhams,
Phkmix Bank, 21 Wall street.?Capital $1,500,000,
?Shares $25. M. H. Grinnell, President. N. G.
Ogden, Cashier. Dirvetors?David Bryson, J. S
Crary, George Sharp, John Robins, Henry Parish,
Garrit Storm, M. H. Grinnell, John Gray, James
W. Otis, Robert Ray, Benjamin Curtis, Jaines Do- I
naldson, James Campbell. (One vacancy.) Wil
liam Van Hook, Notnry.
City Bank, No. 33 Wall street.?Capital $720,000.
?Shares $45. Thomas Bloodgood, President. G. j
A. Worth, Cashier. Directors?Jordan Wright, C.
R. Suydam. Benjamm Corlies, H. Van Wagerten, '
Joseph Fotilke, R. J. Walker, William W. Fox,
Abraham Bell. Henry Dplafield, John P. Stage, Oli
ver Corwin, Richard M. Lawrence, Daniel Parish,
Gabriel Winner. Richard I. Wells. Notary. Benja
min Ciark, Attorney.
North River Bank, corner of Green wirh and Dey
streets.?Leonard Kip. President. Aaron B. Hays,
('ashier.?Capital $500 000. ? Shares $50 Directors?
Thomas Brooks, Charles Tnnder, Peter A. Jay,
Charl.a Town, Thomas Darling, James Benedict,
Nathaniel Weed, James Swords, Aaron Clark, S. D.
Rogers, S. W. Anderson, D. Phyte. G. D. Cooper,
Notary. Peter A. Jny, Counsellor.
Tradf.pmen's Bank, 177 Chatham street.?Capita'
$400,000.?Shnres $40. Preserved Fish, President.
W n. H. Falls, Cushier. Directors?James Hall,
Shivers Parker, F.ldad Holmes, Isaac Frost, F.bene
zer Cauldwell, Henry W. Bool, William S. Smith,
David Lyoa, Nicholas Gilbert, S. W. Lnwerre, Gil
bert Cout ant, Cyrus Hitchcock, Richard Lawrence,
Josiah Macy, T. J. Townsend, Oliver Slate, jr.,
Lewis Seymour, Samuel J Hunt. (One vacancy.)
Samuel F. Cowdrey. Notary.
Deuwaie and Hudson Canal Company, lorner
William and Pine streets.?Capital il.5H0.000.?
Shares $100. John Wnrtz, President. John H. Wil
liams, Cashier. Directors?Phil p Hone. Samuel
Reynolds, William M. Hslated, Allison Post, Wil
liam Worrall, Edward Coleman, William E. Lee, Jo
seph Baylev, John Ferguson, Isaac L. Piatt, Robert
Dyson, Howard Nott. Ruosell F. Lord, Chief En
gineer. W'iHiam E. Dunscomb, Notary.
Fulton Ba>;k, corner of Fulton nnd Pearl streets.?
Capital $*00,000.?Shnres $30. John Adams, Pre
sident. Willinm J. Lnne, Cashier. Directors?Ben
jamin Deforest, Amos Palmer, Samuel T. Tiadale,
Edwin Clark, Daniel Trimble, Anson G. Phelpa. Jo
seph Kerr.ochan, O. Mauran, John R. WiHis, Robt.
? B. Minturn, Caleb O. Halstcad, Valentine G. Hall.
J Charles A. Clinton, Notary.
Chemical Man i r actus i no Company, 216 Broad
way, opposite St. Paul's Church.?Capital $500,000.
?Shares $25. John Mason, President. Archibald
Craig, Cashier. Directors?Gideon Tucker, William
T. M Coun, John Q. Jones. George Jones, Thomas
W. Thorn. G. B. Gilbert, Factory Agent. Samuel
A. Pwrier, Notary. Jaines Kent, Counsellor.
New York Dry Dock Company?Bank, corner
Avenue D and Tenth street.?Office No. 27 Wall
street.?Capital #420 000. ? Shares $30. Benjamin
Strong, President. William W. DibMee, Cashier.
Directors? E. D. Comstock, George W. Broen, W.
H. Denning, Obadiah Holmes, Russell Ntebbma,
John B Luala. Wilbam Pax eon Hallvtt, Lewis Ly
man. .'am-s W. M'Keon. A-otary.
Meacnants' Kxcmanos Bank, corner of Green
wich and Dey afreets.?Capital $750 000. ?Shares
$50. Peter Stagg, President. William M. Verratlye,
Cashier. Directors?Henrv Wyckoff H. F. Tall
madre, W. F llavemeyer, J. V. Nostrand, Eli Hart,
Goold Hoyt, Henry Rankin, R. H. M'Curdy, Joseph
B. Varnum, Samuel Thomson, James Brook*, Ches
ter Ciark. John L. Graham, Notary and Counsel
National Bank 19 Wall street.? Capital #760.000.
?Shan * $60. Albert Gal latin, President. Samuel
r lew welling, Cathter. Directors?Willmm James,
jr , Henry Andrew, S- lb Grosvsnor, Daniel Jackson,
John V\'il?on, Dudley Seld-n, Abraham Bloodgood,
El sha Riggs. Joseph Rouchaud. (Three vacancies.)
Thomas W. Chrystie, Notary.
Mechanics' AND Tbadbss* Bank 370 Grand at.?
( Bfuial 8200,000 ? Shares #25. John Clapp, Presi
dent. E. D Urown, Cash'er. Di.ecors?Frederick
A. Tracv, Z"bede? Ring. John Rogers, Thomas H.
Mills. Wm. K. Dodge, Thompson Price, Jeremiah
Clark, Stephen Lyon. Ahjah Fisher, Walter R
Jones, Russell Dart, Josiah L. Hale. William B.
B d'es. John Lcveridge, Attorney and Notary.
Hutches#' anb Dsovebs' Bank. cartivr Bowery
and Grand street.?Capital #500,000 ?Shares #25.
H. matron M. Brown, President. D. W. Townaond,
Oassirr. Directors?Jaeom Aims, John Perrin,
George B. .Smith, Joseph R. Taylor, Caleb Rartlett,
A'uest Fink, William F.. Craft, John Wood, David
Cotheal, Jabcsh Lovett, Gideon Ostrander, Jacob P.
Gszr.NWicN Bank. 303 Hudson street.?Capital
?*.'00,000 ?Shares $25 John R. Satterlee, President.
Edward R Weston, Cashier. Directors?James N.
Wells, Hubert Hallidav, George Coggill, Murderai
Meyer*, Peter Stnyvesant, Henry Dill lay, Joseph W.
Beaded, Nathaniel Jarvis, Th<?m?a Camming, Timo
thy Whittemore, Hubert Wiltse, Clinton Gilbert,
f.ewis Webb, Isaac L. Varan. William L. Morns,
Director. Attorney and Councilor. Wm. H Aiken I
L* * t ir? Mani fac tcsrss' Bank. 45 William at.-* I
' 'apital $600 000.?Shates Fanning C. Tucker,
President. Francis W. Edmonds, Cashier. Direct
ors?Gideon Lee, Ogden E. Edwards, James Mei
nell, K. K. Pritchetl, W. W. De Forest, Isaac J.
Bicknell, Jehiel Jagger, Joseph N. Lord, Paul Spof
ford. ( Three vacancies.) Morris Frunklin, Notary.
Thos. 11. Lee, Counsellor and Attorney.
Sbvbnth Ward Bank, 52 East Broadway.?Ca
pital $500,000.?Shares $50. Walter Bowne, Presi
dent. Alfred S. Eraser, Cashier. Directors?Abra
ham Dally, Wm. S. Coe, Henry Erben, James R.
Whiting, John V. Greenfield, Henry Ogden, David
Brown, Philip Harmon, Abraham C. Hoaglaud, Gil
bert Hopkins, Samuel N. Dodge, Augustus Cornwall.
James R. Whiting, Notary aud Counsellor.
Commercial Bank, corner of Chatham and Cham
bers streets.?Capital, $500,000?Shares $50. Goo.
D. Strong, President. Hiram Curtiss, Cashiur. Di
rectors?Henry Laverty, John Field, James L. Gra
ham, R. C. Townsend, Wni. Wyckofi', John Lovett,
H. J. Quack* nboss, Daniel K. Tvlee, Wells Phillips,
Felix lngoldsby, James B. Douglass. E. T. Throop
Lafavbtte Bank, 425 Broadway, near Canal st.
?Capital $500,000?Shares $100. Richard M'Carty,
President AlfredColvill, Cashier. Directors?Ben
jamin I). Brush, D. B. Tallmadge, Jacob Westcrvelr,
James Harriott, A. Lockwood, John H. Cornell, Win.
M. Clarke, Charles Du9enberry, Nicholas Ludlum,
Farnum Hall, T. G. Talmage, Htirr Wakennn. Dan
iel It. Tnllmarlgc, Attorney and Counsellor. Philip
S. Crooke, Notary.
Bank of the State of New Yobk. 15 Wall st.?
Capital $2,000,000? Shares $100. Cornelius W. Law
rence, President. Reuben Wukers, Cashier. Direc
tors?Isaac Townsend. John Steward, ('has A. Da
vis, Reuben Withers, Morgan L. Smith, John Bolton,
Her.rv W. Hicks, James N.Tuttle, ('lias. Deriniaon,
Joseph Lawrence, Jonas Conkllng. Ferdinand Suy
darn. John L. Graham, Notary and Attorney.
Long Islanr Bank, No. 7 Front street.?Capital
$1100.000?Sh.ires $50. Leffert Ltfierts, President.
Daniel Embury, Cashier. Directors?Robert Carter,
Robert Bache, Egbert Benson, Nehemiali Denton, H.
Cornell, David Johnson, Joseph Kissam, Silas But
ler, John Schenek, James S. Clark, S. D. Wilkms.
Benjamin D. Sillutian, Notary.
Brooklyn Bank, No. 5 Front street.?Capital
$200 000?Shares $20. Robert T. Hicks, President,
ltobt. J. Crommelin, Cashier. Directors?It. V. W.
Thome, Conklin Brush, R. E. Do Russy, Joseph Mo
ser, Joseph Sprngue, James Foster, J. G. .Murphy,
Coe S. Downing, Henry P. Waring, Timothy T. Kis
sam, John Thorne. Nathaniel F. Waring, Attorney
and Counsellor. R. D. Covert, Notary.
Atlantic Bank, No. 66 Fulton street.?Jonathan
Trotter, President. J. S. Doughty, Cashier. Direc
tors?John Lawrence, John T. Bergen, Edwin Hicks,
Wm. Rockwell, Henrv C Murphy, Robert F. Man
ley, Clarence D. Saeke t, Wm. M. Udall, Wm. Hun
ter, jr., Stephen Haynce, Samuel Smith, Richard
Tabic of Discount Days at the New York City and
Monday?Manhattan, Merchants', Union, City, Sev
enth Ward, Commercial.
Tuesday?New .York, America, Tradesmen's, Dry
Dock, National, Mechanics' and Traders,
Buichers' and Drovers'. Greenwich, Lea
ther Manufacturers', Lafayette, Bank of
State of New York, Brooklyn, Atlantic.
Wednesday?Mechanics', Phenix, Delaware & Hud
son, Fulton, Merchants' Exchange, Long
Thuisday?New York, Manhattan, Union, City, Sev
enth Wnrd, Commercial.
Friday?Merchants', America, Tradesmen's, Dry
Dock, National, Mechanics' and Traders'
Butchers' and Drovers', Greenwich, Lea
ther Maniit'ac%rers', Laiavetle, Bank of
Siate of New York, Brooklyn.
Saturday?Mechanics', Phenix, Delaware and Hud
son, Fulton, Merchants' P.xchange, Long
Daily?Chemical and North River.
K lection Kelnma?Olltclal.
Wards Clark, farm*. Hiker. Seat. Clark, Parian. H'ka. Ho.
Clark'* majority over the whole, 105
The following are the official returns for Mayor in
Wardi. ffumks* of V
Maj for Clara owr M.>rg*n 3.332
Clark'* minority #11
for aldrrmrr and amktant*.
Whir tot n>t). AM. joritr la twMtaata.
Leaving aa average aii^oriiy in oauoon Council between
?83 ami 84# of 874. . .
The above are the e*aot majnritiea. In the anneied
table we rive the namea of thoae who hare the majnri
tiea, together with the otol vote in each ward.
ll rah ant*
4 Lym h*
7 M Franklin
I # Snelertir
In the 4th ward Irben had 144 Kowll 1 WO Hhaler
In the 8th ward Duaenberry had 48?Froat 48.
Those marked with a star are wings, and are elect
ed, and those marked with a dagger are locofocos and
BltOOKIiVM SALT WAThill WAHN
BATHS.?Mil. OKAY would inform tlie public that
these B a l lis are now open every day. (under Brooklyn
HeiuliN ) near the loot ot IVrponi >t. tur Ladies and Geaile- j
men, lrom7 A. M to 1 P. M They have been newly fitted
up. and every arrangement has been made to render them
priva'e and convenient.
Single bath, 25 cents.
Kive Tick? ts, CI Ott
S. B. The Co.d l?atl.s will he opened hy the lir>t ol May.
A CAMS?IMPORTANT TO THE RIAU MONDB.
? i be Vanilla Compound, or Persian Soap, continue* to
enjoy it* high reputation n> the only cosmetic that will remove
erupttor.s of the ace and freckles. It give, great relief to the
tare and hands wit -ie the skin i- -bible to chap, from exposure
to the wind, which, fr?. n bAhea.iog properties is a great desi
deratum. Tlie smooth, transparent iipoear.inee it gives to the
complexion, must he-peak for i| a jfreat popularit\ among the
ladies. As a soap for shaving it cannot be*ur passed, producing
in a tew secnnds a line rich lailier The patronage it re
ceives from the nobility and g-niry of France and England
lis* made it extensively u?? in Kurope.
It may he i-adof II. C. Ilart, corner ol Broadway and Court
tandt si; J II. Ha. t, corner of Chamber st and Broadway!
Wm. B. II'.If, an, 657 Urotdwav; and R. li. Guion, 127 Bow
ery, corneroi Grand st. corner of Henry and Pike sis. and Ml
Price 50 cents. _ aG-3m
it KIM TOO 7 II PAhTK-An . legaui and higldy
To give a penr y whiteness to'he teeth,
T enhance the charir.k and beauty ol the mouth,
And add a fragrant sweetness t? tlie breath.
Is an attainment ismg devoutly wished,
Though ae'er til'' ow efl'ee ively achieved.
The tSrris Tooth Paste happily insures
This much desired result, as will its u-e,
With prnmpitiesg and high satisfaction, prove.
THE ORRIS TOOTH PASTE, while it beautifies the
tevth, removing and preventing every appearance o.
tartar, ami giving to them a clear and pearly w hiteness, ion
proven tlie color of the lips ami gums, and gives addition*
iieauty to the tout tnstmhlt of the mouth?by it* d sirsiecting
properties it greatly tends to preserve the teeth from decay,
and it also imparts that peculiar and fragraut sweetne.s to the
breath lor w hich the Orris Root is ss justly and extensively
celebrated. For sale whi lesale and retail hv
11. C. HART No. 173 P.roadway,
a21-y corner of Courllandt st.
THE NEW YORK CHEMICAL A1ANUFACTUR1N?
CO. have constantly forsale
Oil Vitriol, Alum,
Bleaching Baits, Copperas.
Aqua Aiuonia, Muriatic Aaid,
Aaua Fortis, Nitric Acid,
B.'ue Vitriol Manganese,
And many other artieles in the line of their business.
Orders witi he received at their Banking-house, No. Si
Broadway, or at the office ol their agent, No. 51 West street.
nM-ly* GEO. B. GILBERT. Agent
F'O K TH K KKNIIVAL OB' >il PICkFLI
OOSi HAIR.?Tnatoane ol female aeauty, wncttier on Uie
fnreuean, aecd,0" sl'fl more unsightly, the upper lip, may he
eirectaally removed bya tree use ol ATKINMON'S pKPILA
TORY its operation is inspvotaneous, removing :he hak with
out the least appnweh lo pain, and leaving the skin wniternnrf
softer than before. Bv twice using the Depilatory the roots of
the hair are usually tU-troyed, so as to require nc farther a p
plication of it No had consequences from its use need he ap
Behended, as it may be u*eu on an infant's skin w ithout any
'l'be advertiser is prepared to warrant everv bottle sold by
h'l.tnq ??rate effectually, and to In* perfecuy innocent tn it
effects. Mold wholesale and retail hy
11. C. HART, 175 Broadway,
a21-y eorner Courllandt m.
WAM'VKD CO NkiT A Ni'fls Y, a namWr of ?nunf
men, (Americans) fur whahnp vnynges in ?nn<l ?lop?
Amongst those that are wanted are hlitrksnitihs,coopers, cat
penler* and landsmen. These that wistisurtia voyage, would
do well in call at THOMAS LKWIH'S Clothing Store,211
Water ?trtUt, corner of Peck slip, where they will be bono
tnbly dealt with. All clothing and other necessaries fu< nished
on r.mlii a2 lm*
Foil HALh:-1 he Wind Mil; 'Hi lr'it. ?l. nesr I he ,H< 1 see
nue. A law a dwelling house and stable attached to U?e
same. Apply at IS Maiden Lane. all Im*
" KHII1IID IliflNMIkU A HON,
F ft R <i B NRRDLR MILLS, RKUBITCH
?T Return their sincere iliank* for the preference given, lot
no many yean, t? their Needle* and Fiali Hooka, ami bag t>t
assure the public that they Mill continue to uae (be greateat ea
eilion' to manufacture an article that will give universal sails
faction, and, they i ruat, ensure a continuance of Mieir kind na
R Memm'ng St Son k??e been obligad to rautlan ibe public
aeeernl tlmea in be eaielul from whom tbey puichaae Needle*
aud Fob llook* purporting to be of their iunnurarture, ami ne
ver haa there been a perod when a repeiiiton of tbat caution
wa* morr required. R. II. k Sonhaviap recently received in
formation lhala great number of individual, wl.o formerly re
sided in Kngland, have established thent*elveain Philadelphia,
New York, Boston, and Ibe principal town* in America, and
make itiheir business to commit this fraud ma great eaten , by
imputing Needle* without label* thai they tuny lahel them n.
Imitation of R. M. k Hon's beat qualifies, well knowing thai
were they to alWn pi to do ao In hngiand, the acvereat penal
tie* would await them.
'I'o a*sl*lln accomplishing thuir enda,llie*e unprincipled In
divid u ila invent nunilierle** falsehoods, some of . hem having
Ihe a**uranve to *t) le ihemaelve* the Agents of K Hemming k
Son, and purposely employed to ae I ilirir Needle* and FLt,
Hooka, and diry even carry with them Invoice Ifrada, prin'ed
exactly the aame a* lhu*c alwaya u*ed by K. Hemmiogk Hon.
Other* assert that Unoriginal parlies w ho romponed the Arm
ofR. Hemming k Son are dead, and therefore any one may
use itieir nam- a, which if totally faiae.
In lar, it would be quite impo*?iile to enuaerate. in thia
rircumr, tlie numerou* iriuka thew neraon* niuhe uae nl in aa
*i*t in their deception upon the public} for, to obtain order*,
they invent any tale that they imagine will give their apurioua
article* a tnore ready *ale,
R. Hemming k *nn tin not within claim a greater preference
than their long tried article enti lea litem t?. and ihcy fear ne
rnaiipcilltnn, eicrpt thai of the unprincipled individuals wlto
seek every mean* ta llieir t as t r lo deceive the pablic and de
stmy the reputation dfR. Hemming k Hon, which ha* been aa.
quired bv atrial attention to flte uianufarturcof an article hith
erto unrivalled; and, under thear circumstances, ihey veniora
to make ihia appeal ao Ihe pufdlc for protection, feeling wclj
assured it will he afforded to them.
Richard Hemming k Hon have further to observe, tbat tlwy
now Invariablv stamp all tbelr Large Cod Hooks wlih their
names .tad addre**, but a* this ranuol he cflri led upon,the
smaller kinds of Fish Ho kt. the publia will please lo be very
partirolar In selecting H em, and give a strict nam nation to
the label* and style of wrapping up.
Aogu*tS1. Ik-IS. I
RICHARD HUM MINI! k HON take the liberty of clahntoy
attention tn the al?>ve and moat re?p? rrully solicit ihe public
in be on their guard In mnking purchase* of N- edlra anil Fish
Hook* purporting 10 be of the genuine mnnulnrture, inr nl
iboughthe impos-tiou hna in mnny in?mncr?heenrbe' ked.nnri
the uupruiclplcd purth-a exposed, R H. k Hon hnve every en
?on to believe, froui lufornrnlion Iniely received, that the .tiw
honest system ef forging their na i ea Is still carried on lo a
great extent, and that large quantities of inferior N?edles ar?
now preparing in Rngland, b rikc purpose of being labelled
la America, la imitation of R. Ileinmiac k *sn*'a mnauiaoture
Forge Needle Mills, Re.liluch, Nmember 17, IM7.
fli-lirrha __ _
i v k tt \ If -t:Ko??'? tfaVDIli nf
? -101 it K AAA *? -t,Kiis* s ?sre.t.int; -it,.
?JxJU Tt'RR ? Fortl.e r ire of Hnnorrhisa. fileeis. ?trv
lures and aaalsgeus complain of the organs of generation.
(>1 all remedies yet discoversc. for Hie above rnmplaiata ibis
L the moat rertuia.
It makes a speedy aud peri.invent cure, without the least
regard to diet, drink, exposure, or change in appllranon to
We give n? long quae.kiab rernmmendationa lo deceive the
pub ie. If ibe medicine does not apeak for itaelf, no one shall
speak for It. Our object ta to notify where It ran be had,
and that t> proprietor rhallenee* a single ca?e q- i
rent fjonorrhoea to he brought, in which the M ature will a t
effect a rapid cure, under a forfeiture of gAOO.
This is a disease that unfnrianotrlv pervades all ranks ni
toeieiy? higk, low, nrb and pin , mt'r mnmtl and single.?
They are *nw presented with a rero#-<lv bv which thev can
cure themselves without tne !ea?l exposure, In the shortest
Further,ibe diaea*ecaniM?t be contracted II a d?*r of the M-v
ture iatakrn at mgbtnn going in bed wheat exposed.
It is put up in lioulea. with full direction* aevontpuay tap i
si $1 ? bottle. Hnebotile luat?u week, which generally eu'e
Many are cured In two day*
For sale nnlv at B-\ Wm II. Milnnr'a drug store. No. 197
Broadway, ror. er of Di y s( (Franklin t'ouse) New Ynik;
and at Jones k Hutchinson's, corner of Che*nut andTih st*.
Fbila-'etnhm. 7e 7
I/O M iMr. ??/%.. ?,?.!? ... I.
T I?? mil.tul Bleeh or Brown.?M tllOMMKD* TUHKI*"
DVK i? n i?er?mly *4m.tt*il Ml lie ll>? he-i urnr'r ?*er ??-ii
before ih?'pot It. Iit?4 iiy **iper?e > hip e*ery nib. r prei n
ration for ihe p?rp?we. which f* mo*tly e .?or??e4 of ..r etrri
o*? m?leri*K mini e*. nll?li gt?e w?y rntt el* to *>?
Tll'hWb Dy It*liberating I#?Inw-.t m?;ic?i. being npp te
mi itw he*4 ?( nl?bt Hmnre going t*? b??i?rat rl?mr to he """
itinir the trnfwtnrn.pt W>|? hi rnpiplet* To* *?tn * rant me ?nt
few t?n rh*?i|* either iram4t?en| rment. eipptmn, mpgon* ?
nr other rnune, it? one li* rl with mn In- n ?e?ifi<e nfH
riiMeiiienrn wh?te**r. Hnl.l who'e.nte * 4 r? tpif be
H C. HAHT. ITS
*11 y e?cnrr ofCoprtlnPtHM*
I From our Keening JCditisa.]
Jonksboro, (Texas,) March 26, 1338.
James Gordon Hrnnett, K*u
Dear Sir,?I have just sat down with my head
full of ideas, aid my pen full of ink, to drop you a few
lines under the privilege of an old friend; and with
the assurance of my own convalescence, let me couple
my best wishes for your present and future welfare;
for truly can 1 say with the great prince of Scottish
poetry and song?
" God grand that yp're as well's I wish y?,
Ami ilirn ye'll do '
The Herald?the nil ultra of wit, sentiment and
satire ?the multum in yarvu of genuine literature?
has just been received at this office. It meets with
unanimous approbation here; and I should not be
surprised, if ere king, you ore driven to the, no doubt,
very unpleasant duty of putting rp a large package for
this office. We are a reading community ; and 1
must say, on the part of my telluvv citizens, we poa
s< H8 some taste in the choice of our reading, as well
m politics as polite literature.
Th< re are in this vastly magnificent world,n vast fa
mily ofvast conceptions; and sometimes these treach
erous little bantling* of hope extend their familiarity so
fnr that they actually drive reason froru her throne,and
bid her crouch, a secondary personage, at the foot
stool of their power. These bright and beautiful con
ceptions, rding like Venus, in a cur of fancy through
the empire of thought, sometimes run (like a strnrn
boat lately on Red River) against a snag; and then
thuy find themselves (as the tories of New York lately
found themselves,) most extensivily r.on^loirorijied
and diacomboblifirated. Then it is that reason re
gains lu-r Manual reign, and points these wreck less
little wranglers of the brain to the dunco block in the
school of experionci ; and they very soon find, as
Prentice (the Dean Swift of the west,) says of a cer
tain General, in a certain cypress swamp in Florida,
there arc no laurels to he found there.
iNow 1 imagined mysclfat a hail lately, where beauty
seemed to have gathered together her brightest fa
vorites. The hall (ofcourse a magnificent one,) was
beautifully illuminated with chandeliers, which seem
ed to send forth a tlood of light, in derison of both
night and day. Musis echoed around the hall in
more harmonious chords than Orpheus ever drew.?
The beautiful partner, to whom I had pledged my
hand, (only for the first dance) was before me, bright
as the Houns, lovely as Diana, chaste as the snows
of Caucasus, a d pure as an icicle. I gazrd upon her
?1 was spell-bound! Thinks 1 to myself?
God*, I'll marrj
Like a fairy she glided before me through the mnzes
of (hat eventful dance. 1 handed for to a seat?we
talked, poetically, of things past, present, and to come;
and we seemed gliding in Cleopatra's boat over a
smooth sea of love to the haven of matrimonial bliss.
She siehed?I kissed her hand ! ? ? * At this
momenta tall, gaunt, sub treasury excuse for a man,
stepped up to me. and said, "Sir, I must acknowledge
my obligations for your attention to my lady during
the evening, and have come to relieve you from fur
ther trouble;" 'hen turning to the lady, "Mrs. ,
the carriage is wailing.?Sir, 1 must wish you a good
evening;" and they left the room. I was, as the suc
cor would say, completely encumflunctificated. I
gar d upon the receding form of the gay enchantress
?my heart, which had turned at least 510 somersets
during the evening, writhing under the humilinling
consciousness of having been (like a certain celebrated
Colonel in your country) deserted! and forced upon
my inind tlio truth, that
" Mm it a vipor, and full ?f woe*}
Me rsli a rap. r and down lie g?e?."
And now, my dear Sir, having taken a strong dis
taste' > thane soft and tender attentions to the ladies,
especially married ladies, 1 have formed a conclusion
to d? like yourself, (for I know of no person more wor
| thy of imitation) live on tn " single blessednessfor
I cannot ewnscnt to become an Anthony, renounce
the world fi>r a woman, no more than would a rascally
office holdrr give up his office and become an honest
and independent man.
And now. Sir, permit me to extend to you the right
hand of friendship in bachelorhood; hoping that
should you ? v- r fall a prey lo the artfuldesignaof any
of those gay, brght-cyed beauties residing and being
in the Second Ward, thai you will speedily publish, in
the Hcrtld. the Hvmenial Scene in " the Bold Stroke
for a Wife," and y<?ur humble servant will not renig,
though he play a King to catch a queen.
I am, dear Sir, very truly, yours,Ac.
T. F. 8.
AMRViLl?It ia hardly necessary tn examine these
book* and dr.iign? one by one?they all bear the same
character, and are exactly like the ? books of beauty,"
'? fl iwera of loveliness." and soon, which appeared last
year. A large weak plate, done in what we believe is
called the stipple style of engraving, woman bad
ly drawn, with enormous ever?a tear, perhaps, apon
each t hsck?sr.d an exceedingly low cut dress?pats a
f>reyhnnnd, or weeps into a flowcr|H>t, or delivers a
etter to a handy legged curly bended page. An itn
mensc train of white satin fills up one corner of the plate
? an urn, a stone railing, a fountain, and a bunch of
hollyhocks, adorn the other; the picture ia signed Hbarpe,
Part is, Cotbould, Corbaux, Jenkins, Hrewn. as the
esse tiny be, and is entitled " The Pearl," " La Dolo
rosa," " La Biondian," " Le Gage d Amour," " The
Forsaken O. e af Florence." "The Water lily,"
or some such name. Miss Lsndon, Miss Mitford,
or my Lady Mlessingtoa, writes a song upon the oppo
site page, about water-lily, chilly, stilly, shivering be
side a streamlet, plighted, blighted, love benighted, false
hood sharper than a gimlet, lest affection, recollection,
cu' connexion, tears in torrenu. trne 'ove token, spoken,
broken, sighing, dying, girl of Florence. and an
on. The poetry is quite worthy of the picture, and a
little k'miti sentiment is employed to illustrate a little
Fins s ??ion? rmc Lawtxks ? In the course of the
nrgu'iient. on die I fill March, of a case in the House of
Lords. Lord Brougham asked how it was that the rate
had Iwcn so very long pending in the eourta of Scot
land ? He wm mswered, that a fire had hanpened and
had destroyed all the papers, by which a very long de
lay had hern occasioned. Lord Bronghstn?I Impe
that a?s stance was promptly rendered at the fire. It
ha* been said that at * recent fire the crowd absolutely
refu ed assistance when it was believed that there were
fi>nr lawyers in the fire (a laugh]. The Atl- rney Gene
ral?I hope that assistance wonld have been promptly
rendered if it was known thst the Attorney Genersl
wis in dsi ger [laughter]. Lord Brougham?Bh! why,
your name was mentioned as ons of the four [much
Tustiicn FRRIOHTS.?The New Orleans papers re
port that the sale of Tobacco had been cheeked by the
high rate of fre.ghta to New-York; fifteen dollars per
h->gshead having been refused fer freight to New-York.
THKChBROKERS.?Governor Cannon.of Tannesaee,
has issued a proclamation for the enrolment of 16 com
panies of militia, ""or service in the Cherokee country,
under General Bcott.
F.mfikk or Tilt Laws.?Mr 8imon Miller, sun of
Capt. Anderson Mdler, formerly of Kentucky, was
stabbed through the heart s tew dsys ago, in Missis
sippi. with a bowie knife. W e understand, that the per
petrator of the deed k lied wi'h a single blow of the
*an.e weapon the office'who attempted to arrest him.
[r^ The first steamm'Sio' the season from Muntreal
M Quebec, the ??*. H'oryt, went down the St. Lawrence
I .in Friday, th g?tH April.
Narrow Kacara <>r tmk Bai.timori Cot'RT
Holtst rti' M Kihk?noay mom tig, between four
in.i five o'< Imk smoke was seen to i.sue irom the apart
neat t* the Court House, occupied hy the Baltimore
City C'ourt. anil the aUim was immediately given. The
ire companies repaired to the spot w>th iheir accustomed
la< rity. and f?e flames were promptly extinguished.
Vo m ury * as sustained t?y anv other psrt of the hu Id
tig ?wl the pape;S and reror. ' in the Orphans' Cenrt
mil Coutvy Court* fliers snr not touched One thou
istid dollars will cover ike loss sustained.
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