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!*?w llr >n<lwny Theatre.
ACi*?Ti Ti"?. Pvblic.?Ttw subscriber acknowledges the
Justie.-.s i.l' thu claim those psreous make who an not
l>rr?oi.J]v arquunled with hun, via: TImj appointing of aomc
wealthy and n>jpouail>le niiun or citizeua,to rvceive the funds
paid I I for (t o ? 'If of tiekcu until they ?hall be satiated that the
new Bro iwiT Tbe?r? will he comiik-trd. aa set forth In the pro
sprctu?he will lake measures (o Kara this arrangement made
immediately. T. 8. HAMBLIN.
Irish Rowan CathoUe Church, by the late
SyJ'u-y Smith. This valuable document, the last work of the
Rev. Sydney Smith, was received by the last steamer, at Boston,
?tnd imMNptrly published. It is written in till- Rev. gentle
man's u>uJ style, and bean upon aach page the impress of his
genius. It throws much information upon the present condition
of Irish C aholics, and shows, in no very enviable light, the dis
tingulshing characteristics of the holy fathers the Papal
Church. The work is a valuable one, inasmuch as it was the
I ut wi it ten by the author, and touches with ao gentle hand the
J.inniiig vices of an Institution that for ageshas been a stum
Minn block, and a rock of offence to the progress of civilization.
Juki published, and for sale by Burgess, Stringer, fc Co. 22J
Broadway, cor. Aaa ?l.
for Boston, Second Class Passengers, via
Long Island Rail Road.?Cars will leave?every morning?the
oppot, at Brooklyn, at 10 o'clock, commencing the 7th May?
a are $i
THc Indian Apollo?An Eminent Oriental
scholar nui traveller in a work on the Gods oi? India,
suvs th u the PWncntses of Hindoitan were all passion
ately in love uiili Chriahna, who continue! to this hour
the dnrliug god of the Indian women. He was represent
ed as being very clear ikinned, and having a broad, high,
intollec'.jrl-looking forehead, produced by the cartful re
moval of ihe htirfrom hit brow and temples, by a laborious
iind paiufu! process. Ooi rai t>'? Italian Medicated Soap
is capable of transforming all our modern young men
Into ApbUos, by the complete removal of Eruptions,
Blotches, Tuu. I imple*, Freckles, Redness, Roughness,
&c., from the ckin?making it as smooth and transparent
as it Is possible to conccive. Qui hacd's Poudret Subtiltt
would have saved the Indian Apollo a world of pain and
trouble ; as they will immediately and permanently era
dicate every vestige of superfluous hair to which" thev
may be applied?and this without the slighteit inconveni
ence or injury to the skin.
\ery particular to purchase these and other cele
brated toilet preparations, only of Dr. Fklix Ooi kaud, 67
Walker street, first store from Broadway.
Agents.?74 Chesnut street, Philadelphia ; Jordan, 2
Vliik street, Boston; Carleton & Co., Lowell ; Myers,
New Haven: Bull, Hartford; Peirce, 4 Stanwix Hall,
Albany ; Backus & Bull. Troy ; Tousey, Rochester.
" Conae and be Cared."?Have you suffered
any length of time with Asthma, without knowing where
to find a remedy for the evil ? Folger's Olosaonian, or
All Heeling Balsam, will break up tne attack In ita com
mencement and give more speedy and permanent relief
in long continued cases than any other remedy in the
world. A re you troubled with a cough 1 Try this re
medy?a few doses will convince you of it* curative
properties. Are your symptom* such as lead you to sup
pose that consumption is making its approach 7 We
can assure you that the Olosaonian has performed won
ders in .just such cases. It alleviates the pain and sore
ness in the chest, promotes healthy expectoration, and
gives general tone to the system when all other means
fail. Numerous references could be given, were it ne
cessary, hut the Olosaonian has been so fuliy tried, and
found to bo so successful that it will speak for itself.?
Try it and be convinced.
for t."ilc at 108 Nassau street, one door above Ann,'and
at Mrs. Hay's, 139 Fulton street, Brooklyn. m8 It
A as! st Nature?When Blekneee at tlae Sto
niach, psiu of the hack and head, burning skin, or violent p^in
in iuiy part of the body, Indicate that the constitution is about to
fonniiwKr a 4tiug^le f ir the restoration of health, it is our duty
to assut nature m ridding the body of those morbid humors
which are the enemies of life and health. For this purpose
\V rjtflit s Indian \ egetable PilU will be found to excel all other
medicines, pecauv they thoioughly cleanse the stomach and
bowetsot all bilious humors ai d purity the blood. They also
Improve uigeitioa, and therefore give health and vigor to the
from th^brtly" Wt ^ Ve "" r ^art,c'e ?f Pain or suffering
Beware of Countei f'.iti.~Th? rnblie are csutioned against
V imiuuoM article, boiled in sugar, and called Improved Indian
Theonly ;''rt\inty ofK?tti 'g tha right medicine, is to purchase
attharrgMplRe-, No 288Greenwich street. New York, and, ia
Hilfs"**' pmicul" w nik ,or WRIGHT'S Indian Vegetable
N. D.?li.vare of all Sufar-cast'd counterfeit Pillt.
OaUey's Magical Pain Extractor, at his
Atceucy, 67 W olker?jtr-et, first ..tore from JB.wdway.
B^al'a Hair R?stor*?lve. at his Agency, ?T
W alker street, fuat ston.* from Broadway,
" Sonicthlnjj new come* every day."?The
most novel thirg we hare seen of late is an article put up in imi
rat.on of D.:!le> ? Magical Pain Kxtractor, with red, green, and
blue wraper*, signed Henry Dalley, with the name of Com
stock Sc Co., proprietors, on it. We would caution the pub
lic Lgauxt purch.-ung this article, for none is geuuine without
the writ->p (net printed) signature of H. DMley upon tlic wrap
per or e>ch bo* in rrre.-ied colored ink. We have received a
few boxes of the counterfeit article which csn be examined bv
the l ublic l y calling at Uie depot for the ssle of Dnlley's Mairi
Cjl Pun Extractor, at No. U8 Fulton street, (Sun Building, )N.
fr ?,r<,rr'to be S'ldreswd to H. Dal ley, care of Ansel |
?ro.:, 128 Fulton street, (bun Building,) N. Y.
All Pnlladclplila H inscription* to the Herald
Eu?i be n.?id to the only authorized Agentt, Zieber & Co,, 3 I
'.lifer Buildinc, T hird jtreet, near Chestnut. Terms?75 cents !
f-. mo,?tli, including the Sunday p-per: or 65 cent* without it; de- '
liverta free of chari;.- m any piri of Philadelphia. Siugle copies I
L,1! *?.v? :lt * o'clock?Price 3 cents.
Hr IlALD is alto for sale ererv Saturday '
USl1v cimits> or S3 per annum, delivered In any part
ofPhiUd !j 'na, f?ue of postage.
n / * All the W">v a.id cheap Publicatiotu for aaJe at their es
tal?ijshLncPt. as jooii as issued, wholesale and retail.
u With tli^ ftception of one pnper, the "Herald1* ia read at I
much iv'-hrps, iu Phihdclphia, aa any paper, published in th*t
City, aflordiitg a valuable milium to advertaera. Advertisements
^?id?^l to t1 ? a^-ea ti ai lialfj^st 4 o'clock, will appear in the i
lwald next day m4 \z |
Monday, May ft?0 P. M. !
The 8lock Market was rather heavy to-day and pricus j
five way a trifle. Long Island declined 1 per cent;
Moniugton, ^ ; Farmers' Loan, J ; Pennsylvania 5'?, J ;
Canton, improved j per cent ; Norwich and Worcester,
i ; Ohio 8's, The sales were very limited and the feel
ing in the street any thing but favorable to an improve
ment. The money market is not much easier, and the
banks do not seem disposed to afford facilities to the
brokers and speculators to the extent anticipated. When
the loans were called in so largely?previous to the 1st
of May?those making payment were given to under
stand that immediately after the 1st, accommodations to
a greater amount would b? extended, but so far
they have looked for them in vain. Money i* worth in
the streot at least six per cent, and the hanks are asking
The export traJo from this port appear* to be increas
ing as the season advances. Should the shipments for
the month be iu ;!ie same proportion as for the first three
days In May, the valuo of tho exports for the month
wouid be about three and a half millions of dollars.
Commisce or the Port or Niw York.
Exporti from lit to 3d of May, inclutiie.
Miipments in American vessels $323,03
Do in Foreign vessels 40,143 43
Specie exported 17,89-J 60
Tottil for three days $381,5)8 06
The valuo of mcrchnndiie exported from this port for
the month of May, 1843, was $1,781,S33, May 1&44,
We annex the report of four more city banks. All
but the Leather Bank show an increase in discounts.?
The aggregate of the four shows an increase in all the
Banks or Nkw Vohi Citv.
Feb. 1845. May, 18U.
... Ijoant. Specif. Loam. Specie.
Bank of the Sate of N.
PToik 2,847,010 362,714 8,188,Mi ?7,177
I her Mann. Co. . 1.1TO.68S 176.008 1,335,072 lil i'to
battan Boi-.k 1,2V>,283 254.737 1,529,337 JSC 271
Ity Bank 1,351,202 147,0* 1,471,(68 220,151
$4,647,177 1,141,298 7,i?,778 1,140,907
Cir. Dtp. dr. Dtp.
Bank of the State of N.
York. ........... 238.988 1,779,900 *74,iJI 1,896,716
Leather Ma^u. Co... 268,721 537,221 293,652 736,781
Mniil.attan Bank 54,971 741.641 55,169 907 124
City Biuik 187,127 720,354 204,130 *79 987
750,807 3,779,116 827,483 4,410,608
These, with the thirteen banks given yesterday, sum
np as follows :?
? 1845. Hay, 1645. Incrr ate.
Loans 28,874,Ifc 31,320,422 2 446 293
?P*?f 5.238,581 6,000,675 J72'09t
Circulation 4.446.619 4,885,470 358 ?l
Deposits. 16,147,742 19.619.200 3,?0U5B
Thla comprises the aggregate* of seventeen banks,
leaving seven hanks to hear from. Their reports will
probably swell the increase in discounts to at least three
million' of dollnr*. and the increase in depositesto about
four millions. The increase in specie and in circulation
will he nearly equal, and uot over half a million of dol- i
la re each.
The exports ol .'omenics from Boftou, for the w eek i
esding the 8d instant, vere aa follows :
To I enian.hu. u W bales.
lo < sioutta -v)
To Sadwl h IslmrU, 167 "
To I.aguayrn JO "
Total ^ jj.jy ,,
Our remark* yesterday, in relation to the contracted
?perations of the Province t ni.ks, me confirmed by
every report that reaches us. Wo am.<?x a comparative !
statement ot the Kaimers'bank of Virginia nd branch
es <>? the 1st of April, 1844, and 1st of April, 11*44.
Farmers' Ba*? or Viaeima akdBranciics.
... '844. 1845. iner. /Jeer
D*M ou>Ai?<llr,x . . . $4,446$4,719,240 $172J41 _
!h#rti"K Ulla. . 7,,'M6 19,755 13?lt9 _
Stock. ,4Ira!) 138.683 -
l^in totheCo.n. of
Virginia. z) ,(K?
8j?rie ?????... 801 [875 672,621 - 120*2^1
Notes, inc. checks of '
,T,"W 147,027 - 38,004
stolen from offipe jt
D"iville 72,133 - _
4,936,452 1%/ai 358,4.50
Capital stock .... *,669,100 2,672,500 jTiio "Z~
'" rciilitio" i',?9,6J9 1,846,058 - m 41T1
ifvHnal deposit** 901,WO 91D 8I6 28 838 _
abnee doe lo other
bmfcs. , 51,363 166,715 ma 35* _ i
Conti K>:ut lund 225,436 2?,773 | 337 _ |
Pupils ol 'he institu
. turn 62,535 66,368 3 _
In trs".nn between
Pare r H?nk uad
Brandies 7,928 17,222 9,2og _
$j, $87,982 t.,#28,452 $I6?(^ 8223,583
The Jecreatc In the aggregate movement for the year
mount* to j^Alj-'M. Itu* show* certainly a great uni
formlty and regularity In the builnets operation* of these
institution*, having a capital of mora than two and
a half million* of dollar*. Tha increase in diicount* for
tha year wa* only $173,500. The decrease in circula
lation ami ipecie war* about equal, considering the pro
portion of one to the other. The depoiit* have varied
but very little.
During the aeaaion of the Leglilature uf thi* State
for the year 1844, a law wa* paued authorising the Uti
ca and Bchenectady Railroad Company to carry freight
during the eucpension of navigation on the canal*. We
annex a table giving the quantity and weight of article*
received by the Utica and Schenectady road, from the
Utica and Syraeuae road, the quantity shipped on laid
road between Utica and Schenectady, and the quantity
delivered at Albany. The*e return* were made by the
Utica and Schenectady road to the canal department,
and oover a buiine** of one hundred and thirty-nine
day*, from the clo*e of navigation to the 16th of April.
Thi* amount of merchandiie would not have reached
market had it not been for the facilitiea afforded by the
privilege given thi* road by the law.
R*iuio<u> FatioHT?BTAT* or New 1 on*.
Rec'd by U HMf'i on
? Srk* fm " r
V &? $**<>'?
RR at Ut'a
humaiiJ Peltry, lbs.. . '-J?
Brds and Scnntliog, ft.. . 21900 30
U <}? Sehs
RR bet u-'n Delivered
U <f- Sche at Albany.
I*, tity. Tn i.
14 287WB 144
- ?ier, CM ..
Ashe*, bbls '08 J?
The Forest, 201
Pork. bbls ? W
Bed " ??
Cheese, lbs 144430
Butter " 179370
Lard. - 1381
Wool, " 110998
Pork (in the hot) lbs... 176617
Poultry. lbs 100305
Flour, bbls 1026
Wheat, bush 116
Rye, " . ? ?
Barley, " ? -
Other grain," ....... ? ?
B aud snip stuffs, bush.. ? ?
Peas and Beans, bush... 386 11
Potatoes, bush... 1 ?
Dried Fruit, lbs 13770 7
Tobaeeo, " 170 ?
C and Grass Seed, lbs. ..333932 167
Flas Seed, lbs ? ?
Hop*, " W ?
Dom Spirits, ^ah 06926 484 1X7934 690 814640 1073
Dom Woollens, lb*... . 133076
Dom Cotton*, lbs 106101
33 273096 136 330308
17 90667 43 79668
33 336678 263 613964 308
661339847 130 366694
Stone Lime Ic Clay, lb*. 1028 1 ? ? 1028
Sundries, lb* 317319 139 460321 330 671723
Total tons, 1771 3404 478T,
The aggregate of the?e return* are a* follows
Received at Utica by the Utica and Schenectady road,
from the Syracuie and Utiea road (equal to 33 boat
load* of 60 ton* each) ton* 1771
Shipped between Utica and Albany (equal to 08
boat load*) " 8404
Total carried eaatward on Utica and Schenec
tady road " 6178
Delivered between Utica and Albany (equal to
8 boat load*) 380
Delivered at Albany (equal to 96 boat
Of the quantity (hipped at and between Utica and Al
bany, equal to the 08 boat loads, about one day'* arrival
at tide water, it is probable that moit of it would have
reached Albany by ileighl. Of the 4780 tons delivered
at Albany, there wa*?Pork in the hog, 330 ton*; Poul
try, 13d; Domeitic Spirit*, 1073; Domeitic Woollen*,
183; Domestic Cottons, 308; Choeie, 436; Butter, 334.
Notwithstanding the many advantage* derived from
thi* rapid traniportatiou of freight, by the producer*
nnd consumer*, there are effort* making to have the law
repealed. The privilege the Utica and Schenectady
Rflilroad Company have to carry freight during the cloio
of navigation on the canal*, doc* not injure the revenue
of the State, a* toll* are paid upon the merchandise
transported in this way, a* though it wa* brought to
market by the canal*. There csin be no argument ad
vanced iu favor of a repeal of thi* law, strong aqough
to bring about the object its opponent* have in view, no
matter what it may be.
Old Stock Exchange.
#15000 US6'?. "62 113),
1000 U 8 5's. '63 coup 103
28000 Ohio6'?, "CO 97
2000 Kentucky 6'i 101
700U Illinois Spcl Bds 38
5000 do 37\
10000 Penn 5'* ?30 7IV,
10000 do s30 71?|
10000 do s30 7l*i
23000 do 7U
10000 Indiana Bonds 33>
2'i ih> Del it Hud Canal 135
in Bk of Com, scrip fty.
100 Farmers' Trust 36'i
60 do *30 15
050 do 35
376 do, 34 J,
160 MorrU Canal Jl ji
50 do b30 31,S
10 Mercli E*Co bl2m 20
50 Canton Co
50 Harlem RH
30 Erie RR
50 L Island RR
175 Stoningtou R R
175 Nor Sc Wor RR
60 Reading RR
25 NoriiWorRR It JO# Morris Canal 31 #?
25 do *30 7!V 1A do II&
25 do TlV 100 L Island RR
25 do l>#0 72'* 50 Rending RR
25 do 7IJt 13 Howard Iu? 105
Mew Stock Exchange.
50 U ft Biuik 6}s Farmers' Tn
jo do e t\ loo do
50 VirkslturK Bank e OH JO do
50 do iw ?S 50 do
50 do ' M IH <00 do
25 Harlem RR b30 71 50 do
50 L Ialand RR ?'J0 74 50 do ?
5 do r 73h L50 Norfc Wor RR e 7lJJ
10 do 73'? 25 do btw 71?
50 do sli 73S *5 do
2J do c 7XS 75do
50 do lilO 72/i 100 do
25 do 50 do
171 do 2i do
State of Trade.
Ashes?Pot* we (till quoto at $1, and Pcailr at *4 00,
with a very limited demand for either description.
Bul iniTt'rri?Oeneiee i? firm at $4 651, with a ten
dency toward* a further adv&nce. Nothing doing in
wheat. Oat*, northern, are hold at 20 a 304c, with mod*
rate aalei. Southern corn we quote at 44 a 46c, met
?tire and weight.
Dr.r.iwAi | Prime yellow of all description! sells a?
wanted at 30c. The enquiry is moderate.
Cotton?To-day a goo<l enquiry existed, and the sale*
amount to ItiOO hales. Prices are firm, and holders
evince loss disposition to supply the market
Fish?Wi notice sales of dry cod at $3 87} a $3.?
There is not, however, a very active demand at these
Hat?Common qualities of North river bale aell as
wanted at 36 a 40 cents; prime at 43 a 43c. The receipts
continue large and the demand limited.
Provisions?No change of consequence in articles
coming under this head. Old prime pork sell* at (0 AO.
New men i* held at $13 60.
Wiiiskkv?Drudge casks are inactive, and we quote
small sales at 33 ct*. Western and prison bbla are *tea|
dy at 33} a 33c.
CaTTi.r M*K?rr?May fl?At market 1038 (790 from
the south), 100 Cows and Calves, and 900 aheeo.
Prices?Beef Cattle?The market still continue* very
much depressed, and holders have failed to obtain any
advance on the price* of last week. We resume our
quotations, viz : $3 a $6 SO, according to quality. Ua
Cows and Calve*?All at market taken at (18 a $33
to $30, which i* a (light advance on last week1* quota
Sheep?$1 73 a $3 50 to $4 30. Lamb* $1 35 to $3 33. |
All sold. I
liny?I.ast sales at 56 a 63Jc.
Nrw Ohi.tans, April 37.?The cotton market yester
day again presented a heavy appearance, a* holder*
were not generally disposed to meet the view* of buy
ers, and under such circumstances the sales only
amounted to 3000 hales. Prices are fully )c lower than
before the new*.
Havana, \pril 34.?Molasses flj a A} rials, and little re
main to be shipped. The season i* rapidly coming to a
close. Sugar* in demand, and price* have advanced j
rial sinoe our la?L
Matahcas. April 30.? Sugars?Half-and-half fine white
10 and 14 a 10} and 14} rls. per arrobn: 3d quality 8} and
13) a !>J and lit] rls. per arrobn; superior whito 14} ? 13;
superior broken 9 a 10; middling quality do Bj a 9; infe
rior 7^ a H; Muscovados 3} a 71. Coffee?First quality
a $!1 per ql.j 3d do $71 a $8; Tringe $6 a $6. Molai
ses, Bj rls per bbl. Yellow Wax $7 a f7} the 3It lba.
Tho holders of fine white Sugar are Arm. and allow of
no deduction on holding prices. Coffee is enquired for
at the prices mentionon? and is becoming scarce.
Hono Ko.-?i, January 17.?IwroaTS.?Betol Nut?Con
tinues very firm and in good demand. We hear of sales
to some extent from second hand* at an advance on la*t
week'* quotation*. The luppiy in importers' hands Is
nearly exhausted. Camlets.?We have no improvement
to notice in these goods, nor do we hear of any sales.?
\ few hundred nieces of Dutch Camlets have been dis
posed of at prices rather over those of last week.?
( hint res?Nothing whatever is doing in Canton, where
the mnrket is ns dull as ever. Cotton?About 4,300 bales
of all descriptions have been forced off in Canton during
the week at very low rates. The market is unusually
depressed considering the quantity remaining on haiid.?
Cotton Vara?Continues in fair demand in 7-anton, and
?c hear of sales of several hundred bales of low num
bers at nbout $'J:?,.'>0 [ru- pieee. Rates for the finer qual
ities nro unaltered. F.lcpbnnt1* Teeth?No fresh trans
actions are reported, and rates are ns before. Fishmaws.
We do not hear of any sales from second hands. Im
porter*' stocks are quite exhausted. Oinseng -The deal
ers liaring got rid of a considerable portion of their
stocks, a further advance haa taken place, though we do
not hear of their having mnde any fresh purchase*.?
Iron \ few hundred pcculs of liar and Noll rod have
found purchaser* at our quotation*, which continue
wretchedly low. Lard?Large aale* at previous rata*,
?aid to amount to 7000 peruli, are reported this week.?
Long Cloths ?We hear of a few transactions both in
Ore* i aud White*. Grey* of flue quality can be dispo
sed of without difficulty at the rates we quote, but for
coarse cloths, and Whites there is but little enquiry.?
Long Klls- Male< of 4000 pieces are reported at a trifle
Under former rate*. The market continues dull. Opium
continues in a state of extreme depression, and price*
remain nominally at our last quotations. Until the ap
peal ance of the Rob Roy from Calcutta, with the last of
the old drug, little improvement can be l*olnd for?and
we conceive it very problematical if any change lor the
better tal.es place even then. Pepper?Nothing doing.?
Rattans The stock is limited, but there ha* been no en
quiry during the past week. Rice?1* in good demand
at present, and price* have advanced since the date of
our last. Saltpetre?Continues in a very depresed state.
We hear of uo sales. Sandalwood.?Nothing whatever
is doing. Shaikpins?A few trifling sales are spoken of
at our <|Uotations,which are well maintained. Tin?Some
small transactions have just taken place. Tin Plate
Nothing doing. Woollens?With the exception of a
small sale of Habit Cloths at a low figure, we do not
hear of any sales. The market is exceedingly dull.
LxroxTS.?Alum?IIatew are well maintained, and
several thousand perula have been taken during the
week. Aniseed?There has ; een some demand on Ame
rican account, and several undred chest* have been
purchased. Camphor?Has likewise been in request for
shipment to America, and we hear of several parcel*
having been bought. Cassia -Still eagerly (ought alter,
and con(iderable quantities that have recently been
brought to market, have been secured at full price*.?
Shipment* both to America and India are in progress.?
China Root?Some small lot* have been taken at our
quotation*. Rhubarb?Nothing doing. Silk?1The Chinese
not having given way in their demands, no purchases
have been made. Sugar and Sugar Candy?Are both in
moderate request, ana we hear of a few thousand peculs
of each having been purchased. Teas, Black?Very lit
tle i* doing in Congou*, of which only a few chop* of
common qualities have been taken. About 3,000 chests
of Orange Pekoe have been secured. Green?A further
advance has taken place in Hyson* and Ounpowder, and
every sort of Green Tea appear* to be most eagerly
On Sivndny evening, 4th instant, by Rev. John MeCau
ley, Mr. James W. Patterson, of Boiton, to Miu Sarah
E. Eaton, of thl? city.
On Saturday evening, May 3d, after a short but pain
ful illness, Eliza, wife of William R. Howe, in the 26th
year of her age.
On Monday, 6th instant, Ambrose Booart, youngest
ton of William and Emmalinda Bogart.
Weekly Report of Death*.
la the city and comity of New York, from the 26th day of
April to the 3d day of May, ISO.
39 Men?44 Women?61 Boys?42 Girls.?Total 176.
Abscess!; Apoplexy}; Blading 1; Burned or sealded,1; Car
ualties2; Consumption S3: Convulsions 23; Croup6; Conges
tion of lungs 1; Debility 2; Dropsy 3; Dropsy in the head 9;
Drowned 1; Dysentery 3; Krysipelas 2; Fever 1; Fever conges
tive 1; fever puerperal 3; Fever remittent 1; Fever scarlet 1;
Fever typhoid 1; Heart, disease of 3; Hooping cough 3; Hydro
phobia 1; Inflammation of brain I; Inflammation of bowels 2;
Inflammation of chest 2; Inflammation of lungs 11; Inflamma
tion o? stomach 4; luflammstion of throat 3; Inflammation of
liver 1; Jaundice 1; Marasmus 7; Measles 2; 01dage2; Pleuri
sy 1; Rheumatism 1; Rupture 2; Scrofula 1; Small pes IT;
Sprue 1; Suicide 1; Ulcers 1; Varioloid 2.
Age?One year and under 37; 1 to 2 years 19; 2 to 6 22 ; 6 to 10
10; 10 to 20 7 ; 20 to 30 26; 30 to 40 21; 40to50 17; JO106O8; 6070
4; 70 to 80 4 ; 80 to 901; 90 to 100 1.
Colored persons 9.
ELI LEAV1TT, City Inspector.
City Inspector's Office, May 3, 1846.
Canton?Ship Heleua?1431 chests 7202 hf do 2896 boxes SCO
ease* 1090 101b boxes tea J07G mats cassia <10 rolls floor matting
N* L It O Griswold? 96 hf rhestatea2 e* uuts G C Griswold?
It hf eases 4 do mdse H H Warren?8 pkes tea 78 es grass cloth
2 pes samples les silk I lixs ginger W M Benjamin?11 boxes 38
boxes tea 70 Ijks toys to order. _ .....
Trinidad de Cuba?Schr John Drew?170 hhds 46 tres 16
bbls molasses Chsstelaiu It Ponvert. ? , .
Vermillion Bat?Schr Ponce?14000 gallons molaases 10 lids
sugar March k Compton.
New Orleans?Ship Vicksburg?113 hhds sugar Barstow,
Popek co-3 hhds tallow A Notehohm?1796 pip lead Soulier,
Brothers fcco?3t bales rone yarn, Kcwbold k Crofts?6 hds to
bacco 196 bales cotton R L Maitland kJo-331 kegs lard How
laud k Aspinwall?It hhds tobaeeo L Psvcnstedt?i bales hemp
Mtalpmaater* and Affent*.
We shall esteem it a favor if Captains of Vessels will give
to Robert Silvet, Captain of our News Boats, a report of
the shipping left at the port whence they sailed?the vessels
spoken 011 their passage?a list of their cargo?and any foreign
newspapers or news they may have. Agents and Correspon
dents, at home or sbroad, will also confer a favor by sending to
this office any marine intelligence they may receive.
PORT OF HEW YORK, MAY 6.
suit RISES 4 ? 1 MOON RISES 8 24 M
Sim SETS 7 01 I HIGH WATER 9 46 E
Ship H Allen. Wilson. Charleston, O Sutton?Brigs Bal
tic, Dauben, Trinity, Nr\ T Wiunett; O Gardner, Walker,
, 8 P Robinson; Savannah, Heudley, Savannah, Sturgess
& Clearman; Loudon Packet, Stewart, St Johns, NF, H Smith;
New Orleans, Bramliall. Demerara, Middleton k Co?Schrs
Nassau Chester, Richmond, Alleu <k Paxsoii; Alfred T Thorn,
Porter, Wilmington; Sarah k Mary, Bates, Plymouth.
Ship Helena, Benjamin, from Canton. Jan 27th, with a full
carK<> of tea, tuNl,k II Griswold. In passiiig St Heleua 30th
March, saw an American barque at anchor, with a white bur
gee, with a red border and black star in the ceutre. 3nd n|t, lat
36 37. Ion 71 40. saw a steamer steering E 8 K
Ship John Minturn, Stark, 14 days from New Orleans, with
cottou, to Stanton k Frost.
Ship Vicksburg, Berry. 14 days from New Orleans, with cot
ton, to W Nelson. April 26, saw a large barque with painted
ports ashore half a mile to the Eastward of Sombrero Key
had several wreckers along side, apparently disg.
Ship Nicholas Biddle, Truman. 20 days from Mobile, with
cottou, to Taylor & Merrill. April 26th, off the Bahamas, saw
? large Br steamer standing 8 W.
Brig Rudolph (ironing, Eldridge, 10 days from St Marksv via
Key West, with cotton, to order. Left Oneco, for New i ork,
to sail next day.
Brig Manhattan, Johnson, 16 dsys from Apalachieola, with
cotton to E D Hurl butt & Co. April 26th, saw a barque Willi
painted painted ports of about 400 tons, ashore on rlor|di Iter
?.ear Sombrero Key?had probably gone ashore the i>reviou?
night?91)0 wrecker aloogiinf ind 4 or i othert at anchor near
Brig Mary A Jones, Jones, 10 days from Turks Island, with
salt and copper to Tucker and Middletou k eo. .
Brig September, Daner, 16 days from Port au Piatt, with ma
hogany, kc, to A A Melley.
Brie Pioneer, ?, from New Orleans. .
Schr Florence, Smith, 16diys from Mayaguex, PR, with mo
Iteies, ke, to Thompson k Adams. *
Schr John Drew, rowers, (f Kingston, Mass, 17 days from
Trinidad de Cuba, with mdse to Foster k Nickerson. Sid in
co with Franklin, Gibbs, for Boston.
Schr Ponce, Parker, 29 days from Vermillion Bay, with mo'
lasses, ke to Marsh k Compton. Left Diadem, of Newport,
ldg for New Orleans. , ?? . , .
SJhr Mary Ann, Thomas, from Newbern, NC, with naval
stores. . ? , . ..
Schr Amanda F Myrick, Cathcart, from Baltimore, with
llour, to Gager k Miller. , . . _ _
Schr Chesapeake, Post, from Baltimore, with flour, to Gager
Schr Rebecca, Collins, from Philadelphia, with mdse to W 8
Schr Bally M PitU, Fisher, 3 days from Berlin, with com to B
Schr Dove, Williams, S days from Berlin, with corn to B N
Schr Samuel R Paynter, llopkuu, 4 days from Chincoteague,
with cori to B N Fox. , . _ . . , . ,
Schr R Williams, Wauon, 2 days from Delaware, with bark
to B N Foi. . ,
Schr Farmer, Hickman, 2 days from Delaware, with com, to
J Sloop'-Alexander, Seely, 6 days from Philadelphia, with glass
to B N Fox.
Pilot boat Blossom has in tow sloop Exchange, full of water
loaded with wood, supposed to have been eapsued off the Heofc
Brig Russia, from New Orleans.
Schr Morning Situ, Belixe Ho.idursn
One barque and 3 bng? unknown.
Barbae Reform, fer Mobile, and others.
Clearances?From the Port of New York from the 1st to
the 3rd May, inclusive. Tonns's
Foreign ? '
21 7,927 1,310
Charles Long, from Philadelphia for Havana, Ut 27 30, let 79
?'J?by the John Drew, at this port.
Currency, of and from Philadelphia for Barbadoes, 19th ult,
' 'VomwC'from Boston for Buenos Ayres, 20th nlt.lat 34 14,Ion
"spsrtan. 2 days from Boston for Huriuam, 1st inst., lat 40 4, Ion
A7^rkwood. of and from Baltimore for New Orleans, 21st ult.
Christians'^ d? from Demarira for Nassau, llth ult, lat 19 IG,
HiUie de Grasse, fin New York for Havre, 29th ult, 1st 40 6,
'??'oam, from Tainpico for New Vork, 21st nit, Ut 29 SO, Ion
William, from Matangas, of and for Boston, leaky, 17th nit.
D 11 ifhot Keys F.2i miles.
Malaga, from Boston for Charleston, 27th nit, lat 38 20, Ion
Monongahela, from Liverpool for Philadelphia, 30th ult, lat
It 30, Ion 70 4.
Canton, Jan 27.?In port. Navigator, Graves, New York, to 1
sail soon. Lady Neams, Male, do do; Hamlrt, Hunt, do do:
Maripota, Parsons, do do; Loohoo, Crocker, for Nanilla and N
York, do; J G Coster. Benson, fm Liverpool, unc; Congress,
Hares, fm S America, came down the river in co for Hon*
??> at J U tl ^ r,.. D ...? a.. f _.. iii. DIa.Mass? VaiL iIa
I Kopg Jan 13th, full of oil.
Trinidad nr. Cuba. April 19? In port, Saronna, Carlton, lag
1 for Philadelphia, to sail 1 days: Oak, Foster, for Boston, 1} ds;
Harriet, ldg for Bonton; Cordelia, for do; America, for Portland
Gen Brooks, for Boston.
Buffalo. May 3?An Mayflower, Onyles, Boston; F.novand
St Lawrence. Clay, Chicago; Ow.uiung.ih. Morton; J E llnnt,
i Folsom and C J Marshall, Drake, Detroit; Windham 8hep
i pard St Josephs; Adelaide, Tuttle, Ashtabula; E Jenny,Davi
I inn. Madison Dock; Farmer Krans Vermillion; FletcherJB?r
tholomew, Fairport; Free Trader. Laffett, Clwlgndl T***?.
Trowbridge, Toledo; I-o-di, TubW Conneat; Danl Webster,
Kline. do* Moselle. Van Alstyne, Pt Clinton; B Grangy, Ro
nev ^et*?oi*; AC Mitchell. Davis, Pt Clinton?Cld M Bing
man Hand, and Home, Mitchell. Sandusky: PUtina. Persons
and Nietara, Warner. Cleveland; M Milliard, (earing, Chi
PortlafO, May 3-Arr Henrietta, Rasana; Harriet, Wood,
hurr Mattntas; Beulah, Littlejobn, do. .. .
Hv'annis. May 2?In port, Mail, Nichols, ami Victor, Hallett,
fm Boston for New Vork. To-day at 9 a m, a signal of distres
wss made on Itoaid the Victor. People from the shore went ou
hoard and found her to be on Are in the hold. By prompt end
rn?ru?tic actiO'i. however, the fire waa noon i?utOut. i
' (.el is muc'i da n iged, and apart of her cargo i? also much da
maged l?> tire and water. Whether she willproceed on her
I voyage, W repair et this plaee, I have aot leereed.
Boston. May 4.?Palmyra, Bantow. New Orleans; Hy K?l
?ey, Gray, Cardenas; Turk, kldridge. PhiladeI|>Ma; ??><?, (?f
Boaton) Hortou, Ichiboc, reb ?, St HMeiit, March 11th. Spoke
19th uit lal 24 23, I<in CI 20 Currency, ufaud for nuhwIjIaM for
B*rbadoes: toidwaL (aCwiliMt I Praii, Au? Cay Mi Helen ( w
WiscossetjCnxse, C.irtlenas; William, Hardi Matiinras; Hol
ly Both, Hitchcock, Savannah; Hiroc, OJtior.:, no: Eliot, Baker,
Mmiifc?wlit, and Boundart. Shackfofd, rhiua; NVtamora,
Klmn, I auraaiait, Watt*. Erie. Baxter, and Robt Warn,
Abigail, Phil id. Pavilion, (of Prospect) Coleord, Havana; Ram
bler.) ol Bool"!)) Meritlu*, Savannah, S3th ult;Cal!ao, Dun ton,
andT LMilfMI, Kiuxr. of a.id l'roni Charleston: I'emaquid,
Foaset, Wilmington, NC; Gnu lie, Hpringi-r, Chief. Rieves,New
Zealand, Pnlaun, Grandee, Griudell, Philadelphia; G,o Pollok,
Casey, Newbern; Erie, Nickf r?on, Norfolk; Plariii-r, Crosby,
Amanda, Nirkmuu, Detroit,CamineU, Convert, Coleman, and
Coniuit, Nickcrion, Albany; RichdTaylor, Janwou, Koudout;
Granville, Haaketl, Maria. Baker, Vestall, Crowell, Crowell.
Jasper. Hamilton, Burk, Kldridge, Cambridge, Hall, Angejetta,
Crowell, Compliance, Kelley, New York; t.ieter, C uriij, Bath;
Susan, Darrow, Kd^artown. SaiUd?wuid W to SW?very
fresh, Corsair; Wave, Zulette; Montilla, Orand Turk; Gtiliuue.
Sunday, wind 8W to SSW. Trash, J W Paige, Anna Reynolds;
Amazon, B Franklin, Lnvoy.
Uabtkoud, May 3?Arr Oregon, Crowell. Philadelphia.?Sid
Seneca, Wilcoi; Sarah Maria,Young, and J M Parker, NYork;
Mary Ann, Hall, Kingston.
CmnncsroN, M?y 1?Arr Come, Boslou; Emily, New
SavaNnaH, May 1?Arr Denmark, Mobile; Augusta, New
York. Cld, Isaac Mead, New York.
MoaiLK, April 27?Arr ludustria, Sampara, Borcelona; Gen
Wilson, New York. Cld 36th, Hector, Liverpool; Martha
Washington, Antwerp; Brookhaven, aud Wave, Boston.
AraLACHicoLa, At>il2U.?Helen, Sears, New Orleans; 21st,
Waban, Bartlett, London; Alabama, Howard, New York; 23d,
Atlantic, Doane, Key We?t, bound for Mobile, (reported on the
bar 23th nut) Mary Hammond, Homer, St Mark!; Charlotte,
Lewis^ Cardenas. Cld 19th ult. Swallow, Shannon, N Orleans;
21st, Ediuburg, Howlett, do. Providence; Viucent, Providence;
22d, Baring Brothers, Crocker, Boston; 23th, Rialto, Cluue, Ge
noa; Helen.Sears, N Orleans.
In i>ort?Elisha DeunUon, Seely, fl>r N York, ldg: Geo Skol
field, fm Boston, wtg; Callao, Hnynes, fm New York, wtg; K|e
meut, Turner, fm Boston, wtg; Helen Augusta, Kenny, fm Li
St Auai sTircr., Fla., April 22?Arr Maria, Atwell, Bait; 23th
waiting wind, Chipola, for Mobile.
New ORLr.AKi, April 26?Arr Louisiana, Dewhurst, Rio de
Janeiro; Berwick. Manders, Boston; Prestigo, (Sp) Gelpi.Bar
celona; Noble. Demiug, Belize, Honduras; Cohanaey, Sher
man, Rio de Janeiro; Lone Star, Kuaps, Sabine. Below, Sea,
Allen, Rio de Janeiro. Cld, Washington, Mattison, Gibraltar;
Josephine,Teal, Philadelphia; Aldebaron, Turner, Hull; Mar
tha Kinsman, DeunUon, ; Croton, Souillard, St Sebastian
and Bilboa: Champion. Buckman. New Yor; Delias, Kales,do;
Rufus Sould, Sordan, Bilboa; Paritaji, Watson, Charleston;
Emma, Mathes, Mobile.
By Last Night's Southern Mail.
PHiLADCLrnu, May 5?Axr Wm Peen< Taylor, Boston; 4th,
Claremont, Trussell, New Orleana: Capian, Antiiony, Matan
xa?: Baltimore!, Howes, New York; Ella, Whelden. Boston;
Rodolph, Flinn, do; Commerce, Pinkham, New Orleans; Dr
Franklin, Lewis, New York; E B Caldwell, Turner, do; Re
chabite, do; Toi>gallant, Hartford; Ironsides, New York; Am
boy, do; Comet, do. Cld, Jas Patton, Charleston: Aurora,
Hamburg; Princeas, Boston; Globe, do; New, New York; Re
Baltimoue, May 6?Arr Ellerslie, Wallace, Palermo; Vie
torine, Davis, New Orleans; Sage, Morgan, Jacmel; Victorine
New York; Augustus, Newbum>ort. Cld Fulton, Smith, W
Indies; Maria, New York. Sid, Susan, Demarara; Fulton,
Smith, W Indies; Elvira, Boston.
CONTINUED 8UCCESS OF THE NEW OPERA.
TUESDAY EVENING, May 6th. will be presented for the 32d
time, the grand Oi>en> of T*IE BOHEMIAN GIRL
Thaudeus, Mr. Frazer, Devilshoff, Mr. Seguin; Arline, Mr*.
In the course of the Opera, Mon*. Martin and Mil* Julia Turn
bull will introduce LA POLKA.
To conclude with the Farce of SOMEBODY ELSE?Hans
Moritz, W. H. Crisp.
First Tier, 75 Cents?Boxes, 2d and 3d Tiers, SO Cents?Pit, SO
Cents?Gallery, 25 Cents.
Doors open at 7 o'clock, and the Curtain will rise precisely at
half-past 7 o'clock.
SECOND NIGHT OF THE SEASON.
TUESDAY EVENING, May 6th?The performances will com
mence with A ROLAND FOR AN OLIVER?Sir Mark
Chase, A. J. Phillip*; Alfred Highlligher, McCutch<on;
Fixture, W. Chapman; Mrs. Selbourne, Mrs. Isherwood.
Comic Song, Mr. W. H. Chapman.
After which the INNKEEPER OF ABERVILLE?Clauson,
A. J. Phillips; Lady Emily, Mrs. Bannister.
A FaYorite Dance by Mia* Cohen.
To conclude with the Farce of KISS IN THE DARK-Mr.
Pettibone, W. Chapman; Mr*. Petti bone, Mr*. laherwood.
Boxes 25 ceut*?Pit 12X cents.
[17* Doors open at 7?Performance* commence at 7K
TEMPLE OF THE MU8EB.
AT THE FOOT OF HAMMOND STREET.
Mr. IV. G. Jone't Benefit.
TUESDAY EVENING, May 6th, 1845?The performance will
commence with NEW VORK WILL-New York Will, W.
After which CHE-RO-KEE CHIEF; or, The Dog of the
Wreck?Mat Miren, Mr. I'roctor.
Sons by Mr. T. G Booth.
To conclude with BLACKEYED SUSAN-William, W. G.
Jones; Su*an, Mr*. Sutlierland.
Admission?Dres* Circle, 25 cts.?Parquette, 12;? eta.?
Private Boxes. $3.
It 7" Doors open at 6?Curtain rise at 7)fc.
ARCH STREET, PHILADELPHIA.
iMst Night but One of Mr. Anderson.
TUESDAY, May 6th?Bulwer's Comedy of MONEY?Eve
lyn, Mr. Andersou; Graves, Mr. Burton; Sir Frederick, Mr.
Thayer; Sir John, Mr. Johnson: Smooth, Mr. Russell; Gcor
Siana, Miss Kirby; Lady Franklin, Mrs. W. H. Smith; Clurii,
Dancing by Miss Moore and Mr. Smith.
To conclude with the Farce of THE YANKEE LAD?Hiram
Doolittle, Mr. Burke.
MR. HENRY PHILLIPS'
Will hare the honor of giving his last and
AT NIBLO'S SALOON,
THIS EVENING, May 6th, 1845, previous to his return to
Europe, when he will sing many Manuscript Songs, written
during his Ut? Southern Tour; inelitdiiijr
" THE BEAR HUNT,'1
" THE SONG OF THE OHIO," ?cc., iic.
And on which occasion he will be assisted by
Song?"The Emigrant Ship,"' Mss.
New Song?"The Bells ofNew York," Mss.
Song?Miss Moss?"1 remember, I remember," Poe
try by T. Hood, Mm.
New Soug?"Lucy i* a golden girl," Barry Corn
New Ballad?"My Mother." Ms*.
Duett?Mies Moss and Mr. Phillips, " Haste, my
Nanette," T ravers.
Grand Scena?"Niagara," the Poetry by Brainard,... Mss.
DT^"An Iterval of Ten Minutes.
Song?By desire?"The Heart bow'd down," from
The Bohemian Girl, Bslfe
Irish Song?"The Birth of St. Patrick,V S. I-over.
Grand Scena?"The Bear Hunt," .. Mas.
Song?Miss Moss?"Shonld he upbraid," Sir H. Bishop.
New Soug?"The pleasant Ohio," Mss.
N. B.?This Song is to introduce an air as sang by the
white and colored men on the Ohio steamers; and its singu
larity conaiats in the contrast of the voice*.
Grand Scena?"The Sea Fight," Mss.
Song?By desire?"Down amoig the dead men, .,. 1670.
ITT'Admission Fifty Cents.
*/*~To commence at 8 o'clock, precisely.
lG^Tickets to be had at the usual plan's, and at the door on
the evening. m6 Itrh
BY SPECIAL REQUEST!
WILL again repeat his celebrated Lecturea on the Origin of
Life !?Thursday, Friday and Saturday, May 8th, 9th and
10th.?Lyceum of Natural History, opposite Niblo's, Broadway.
?For Gentlemen only, at 8 P.M Doors open at Single .
I.erture 50 cents. Tickets for the Course $1. These can only |
l?e had the first evening, and the number is strictly limited.
The Lectures for Ladies only, will be given at 3 in the after
noons precisely. Doors open at 2>?. Admission 25 cents. This
course will be the same as that delivered before the Ladies in
Philadelphia: Four Hundred and Seventy Two attending at
one time ! They passed a series of resolution*, recommending
(he Lectures in the most enthusiastic manner, and presented it
to Dr. H. with their namea attached thereto! And alio public
ly presented him with a aplendid Writing De*k, Gold Pen, lie.,
as a token of their esteem and approbation.
The whole of the Lertures will be illustrated by the celebrat
ed set of fnll-siied, life-like Model*! the only ones in thi*
country, ofthe maternal and paternal *trncture; the infant being |
vt every atage, Itc. Itc. Beiide* Painting*, Natural Prepara
tions, lie. lie. my6 4tis rrc
CENTREVILbE COURSE, TROTTING AND
PURSE ?Will be given, Mile Heats, best three in five
under the saddle, free for all Trotting and Pacing Horses?(50 to
uo to the Second Best Horse?to come off May 13th. To cloee
Thursday, May 8th, by 9 o'clock P. M., 3 or more to make a race.
m? 3t*je JOEL CONKLIN.
DISBROtVS RID1NQ SCHOOL,
408 Bowery, on A a tor nml Lafayette Place*.
]Vf R. W. H. DISBROW ha* the honor to announce, that his
1*JL School is open daily, (Suudsys excepted) for Equestrian
Tuition and Exercise Riding. _ , ..
Honrs for Ladies from 9 A. M. to 3 P. M.
Hour* for Gentlemen.... from ? to 8 A. M. and 3 to 7 P. M.
i"7*"Terms made known on application as above.
ST. B.?Highly trained and quiet Horses, for the Road and l'a
rade, to let. my? lm*rc
NEEDLES ANI) FISH HOOKS.
rrs it J. BATF. have removed their Establishment to No.
1 ? 102 Maiden LsJie, where they h*ve on sale a large and well
assorted stock of very superior Drilled Eyed Needle*: Limerick,
Salmon Trout, Bass. Rock and Black rish Hook*: Fishing
Hods, lieels, Grass 4ilk and Flax Lines, Silk Worm Out Flies,
Snells, Mil every description of Fishing Tackle, which they are
able to sell am the most liberal terms.
17*"ltt Maiden Lane, (up attirs)uear Pearl street.
THF. SUBSCRIBER begs leave to offer his services to snch
Mercantile Houses in Csnada as may be desirons ol'avail
ing themselves of the Act of Congress, allowing drawback of
duties on Good* imported into Canada throngh New York.
He is prepared to receive Goods, enter them st the Custom
House, ana forward them as directed, as well as to transact any
otner Commission business in thi* city.
J. C. BUCHANAN,
Late H. B. M. Vice Consul,
New York, May, 1845. 77 South street
A. Buchanan. Esq., <4. C., Montreal.
Wm. Augustus Baldwin, Esq., Toronto.
Messrs. Goodhue Ic Co., ) Kmm. v*.L
Barclay k Livingston, J N,w 4 ork
RKLA+IVE OPINIONS OF THE PRESS?The Editor of
the Evening Post says?"Dr. Caetle'* Paste forfilling decay
ed tender teeth is ndmiranly adapted for nervous persons snd Dr.
Castle operates with ease and ability." The N. Y. Sun?"Dr. A. C.
Castle has obtained an enviable celebrity for his excellent Paste,
with which he stops hollow sore teeth.' The N. Y. Aurora?"It
makes the teeth in all respects perfect for life." The Sunday Atlas
?"Dr Castle's mode of inserting artificial teeth by atmospheric
pressure, is the perfection of dental mechanism." The Journal of
Commerce?"Dr. Castle'* original method of inserting artificial
t vth by atmospheric pressure is as perfect as it is beautiful.' ?
The Courier It Enquirer?'"Mil method is original, and displays
science and skill." A. C. CASTLE, M. D.. Dentist,
m6 2tis*dh :W1 Broadway.
IRGINIA TOBACCO ANI) STEMS
10 Hhds. Tobacco,
i'i Hhds. Sterna. ..
Landing, for aale by C. E. HABICHT,
mfl li'm 85 West street
S" TvlAJD OlL-lOO cases, of superior quality, i?
|>ut up fiprMtly for (ulily nnW !? mmi? from rnoi*
Pelf, from Legboni. and for sale ill loKMmi | p?' v
m? lw*m I* ,BW*
[t'onespondence of the Herald.]
Washington, 4th May, 1846.
New York Appointmtntt?Morris, Moort, and Huff
man?Van Ness to be Retained?Satisfaction of
the "Young Dtmocracie"?Die Clique?John L.
Graham'* Subscription to the " Union"?The Dt
posites and Pet Bank*?Special Agent on a Secret
Mist ion to New York?The Florida Courts and
Pending Caute* Therein*-Mr. Dickins' Appoint
ment of hit Son?John Jones Redivivut, and th*
Correspondent?Row in this City and Correction
Relative to Mr. Tasistro?Du Marine Band?
The President's Receptions.
Subsequent to the departure of the mail last eve
ning, I learned that in addition to Mr. Morris hav
ing been appointed Postmaster. Ely Moore had
been appointed Marshal, and old Admiral Hoffman
had ako been appointed Naval Officer, which last
I informed you would be the case some two or three
weeks ago. Mr. Van Nes3 is to be retained, as I
also informed you long ago, notwithstanding the ef
forts of the clique to nave him removed, on pain of
not carrying the elections. Thus this clique will be
gin to realize that President Polk is determined to
bo President himself, despite their intrigues, and
this ignominious defeat (for each one of these ap
pointees was an opponent of Mr. Van Buren's nomi
nation,) will perhaps teach them u little better man
ners. The young democracie here about, speak in
terms of undisguised pleasure, at these appoint
ments and arrangements, which they pronounce
extremely satisfactory, and which they say will be
acceptable to the democracy generally, excepting
the clique wire pullers. Considerable laughter was
provoked here Yesterday immediately upon the an
nouncement of the removal of Mr. Graham, and
the appointment of Mr. Morris by a counter an
nouncement, to the effect that John L. Graham had
just sent a subscription for _ the Union, the govern
ment organ, on the supposition that he was to be re
tained in office. He was not a subscriber to the
The deposits and pet bank system are exciting
considerable attention and remark here, and efforts
are being made by the present recipients of Court
favor to retain the deposits, while others are equally
anxious to be allowed to snare in these government
pickings. Mr. C. W. Lawrence, the President of
the New York State Bank, and Isaac Townsend,
Esq.. a whig, and agent in general for some other
banks, have both been on here in reference to these
much coveted deposits. Who else wants to have
their fingers in this nice piel I hare been given to
understand that a confidential government agent has
been sent to New York by the Secretary of the Trea
sury, on a secret embassy on some business relative
hereto. We shall leam the result, sometime, I sup
I perceive that the Union makes a somewhat
lengthened statement respecting the difficulties
arising from the neglect of Congress in relation to
providing for the transfer of pending suits in the
territorial Courts to the new Courts. It will be re
membered that I stated that the President had con
sidered this question, and the decision to which he
had come in relation thereto, in my letter published
in the Herald of the Slat uh. The Union officially
confirms my statement that the President has di
rected the pending causes to be continued, and adds
that he has, on this account, refrained from appoint
ing the U. S. District Judge, which he was author
ized to do by the act of Congress, so that the present
territorial Courts will continue in existence until the
meeting of the next Congress, although Florida has
become a Stat*.
Mr. Bickins, the Secretary; of the Senate has ap
pointed his son to a post in his own office at $1500
per annum. He was in the Sute Department at
S1400, but Mr. Dickins has thus improved his cpn
ition and put him out of the reach of decapitation
so long as ne himself retains his present office.
John Jones redivivus I perceive undertakes to
say that your correspondent tells a " pitiful false
hood" in detailing u conversation between a type
founder of New York and a gentleman of this city,
in relation to the Congressional printing, in which
the last offered to bet the former $1000 that John
would not get a single vo^ for the Congressional
printing. Your correspondent hereby re-affirms the
substantial truth of the whole statement, if not of
every word; and as to being " anonymous," John
Jones knows well enough where to find your cor
A few days ago I gave an occaunt of a row in this
city, in which three persons, of whom Mr. Tasistro
was one, attacked one man, a Cuban Creole, and 1
stated tnat the whole party wus "corned." Mr.
Tasistro assures me that he was not comed, and I
llnd on enquiry that I have done him injustice in so
stating. He also asserts that the Creole Droyoked
the encounter by intruding upon himself and friends.
1 cannot clearly ascertain that any more blame at
tache* to the Crack than *? tk* ??>?? , but if
it were so, nothing whatever can justify three stout
men in attacking one small man. I make this
statement because I don't desire to do injustice to
any man, and Mr. Tasistro is entitled to a correction
of an error in a statement of facts.
The Marine Bond made its first essay in the
grounds of the White House for the present season
yesterday afternoon, and attracted a considerable
number of spectators. Its next essay will be in the
Capitol grounds on Wednesday e_venmg, and there- |
lifter on Snttirdays at the White House, and on
Wednesdays at the Capitol regularly. This is a
great pleasure, and will prove a very great attraction
to the inhabitants of the city who love music and
As many persons suppose that the President re
ceives company on Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day evenings, I may as well mention that that ar
rangement nas been changed, and he now receives
on Tuesday and Friday eveutngs only.
Washington, May 4,1836.
The Philadelphia appointments will now be im
mediately made. As the worthy and honest Henry
Welsh is the preference of Mr. Polk, he will, doubt*
less, be appointed Collector.
The appointment of Mr. Pickens as Minister to
England, excites universal astonishment among all
classes of politicians. It is thought to be a premedi
tated attempt, on thelpart of the Executive, to get us
into a war with England. This is the same gentle
man who declared in Congress, that "he was bom
insensible to fear." ...
Several removals of clerks in the Treasury, were
made yesterday. I have heard the names of Robert
Lawrence, Mounty.Tuel. Winder, and some others.
Major Van Buren and lady have been staying at
the White House during the past week.
Nothing definite has, as yet, transpired of the
Cabinet consultations in regard to Oregon. The
late Texas news seems to inspire the speculators
with fresh energy and hope. The object of Ashbel
Smith's visit to Europe, is to bring about measures
to provide for the redemption of the Texas ?cnp, in
case of annexation; he. with others concerned, hav
ing a large amount in his private possession. He
does not go on government business, purely.
Governor Van Nets was retained as Collector in
New York, by a vote of 6 to 1 in the Cabinet?Ban
croft only against him.
[Correspondence of the Herald.]
Philadelphia, May 6, 1049.
1 allude for the last time to the diigracefal fracai
among seme of our politician* at the meeting of clti
zeni, upon the subject of our foreign relation*, held on
Thursday last. B. H. Brewster, I understand, has gone
to Washington, to repair by his presenoo at head quar
ters the mistakes of that day, and it is supposed to white
wash his associates. But it wont do. Ben i* a young
man of talent, hat to suppose that he can influence the
administration, or drnw wool over the eyes of Mr. Bu
chanan, is pro|>o?terou*. The fact is, it Is part of the
tactics of the men with whom lie lias become linked, to
persuade the people that they havo influence with Mr.
B., when In truth tliey have none nt all. Inpursuanno of
their plan, they aro ever ready to make a bluster about
their friendship for the Secretary of .State,and thoy try to
set down all who are not friendly to them as his enemies.
As a consequence of their manu-uvering, the/ can al
wnjs rally around them those applicants for subordinate
offices, Tjho are destitute of principle, and who can b?
cheated into a belief that they have influence at head
quarters, and whenever a public demonstration takes
place, these men are ever at their beck ready to en
gage in all sorts of bully ing in ordor to carry their point.
Now sir, the fact is, that the real and intimate friends
of Mr. Buchanan, those with whom he is in constant cor
respondence, and to whom only he aver intrusts his in
most thoughts, are extremely mortifled at the effort* of
this rliqut to claim intimncv with him. Thoy disavow
most strenuously the acts of these mon on Thursday last
and loudly protest ag.iinst Mr. B. being made responsible
for tlicm. I confidently assert, for I have it from the best
authority, that the rocouimendations of these men of any
person as an officer of government,will have less weight
thau recommendations from any other quarter. In truth,
they will go far to defeat any applicant who has them
attached to his papers.
A boy was run over by the cars on the Reading Rail
road yesterday afternoon and killed.
The indictment against Wm. H. Dnnn, brother of the
Priest, for putting arms into St. Philip Neri church,South
wark, in July lnat, and thereby, as the Natives say, crea
ting the riot which resulted in the terrible conflict be
tween the mob and our citizen soldiers, was quashed to
day in the Supreme Court, on motion of the Attorney
General, John K. Kane. The Court in quashing the bill
said that it charged no crime; that Mr. Dunn hadaperfect
right to do what ho did on that occasion.whate ver opinion
persons might entertain of the propriety of the act. The
hold independent stand taken by Judge Rogers in these
cases, has taught the people their rights,and the disorder
ly a lesson which will stand them in need In all future
Joiii R. Scott is fufllling an engagement at the Wal
nut utruet Theatre, and he appears to-night as Virginius.
He ii sn excellent actor, and Marshall does himself much
credit by the manner in which he bring* ?ut the piece*, |
and hus him supported. i
Anderson plavt Hamlet to-night, e* yn in Bis-/
wer't play of Money, to-morrow, (Tuesday evening.)
Connor contiuuea to attract good houaea at the Na
tiOnal,(Welch'a), and at the Cheinut, Richiugs, Hill and
other*, are playing in a teriet of sterling comedies.
I have not yet seen the (nenagerie of Raymond, Ogdcn
Weeks &. Co. at Thirteentli ami Cheinut, but I under
stand it is well attended.
The Hons of Temperance hare had quite a revival
lately. Meetings have been held, and addresses deliver
ed, and all that sort of thing. To-night there is to be a
concert at the Museum, and a general meeting of the
order for the benefit of the Pittsburg t uderert.
There has been for a week or so past, a steady decline
in the stork market. It 1* vain to say that our foreign
relations have nothing to do with this. Although the
apprehension of a war is not immediate, yet even the
remote probability of such an event to be preceded, as
it mutt, by an interruption of our commercial relations
for a year or 10, is sufficient to itagnate the operations in
stock, if not to effect seriously all other trades. When
we look at the state of affairs in Mexico,we are forced to
believe that Oreat Britain ia stirring up trouble for ua
with the intention ultimately of taking a hand in the
game herself' Add to this, the rumored appointment of a
Governor for Oregon, and we must admit that the poli
tical horizon looks squally.
Tens bonds and notes nave declined also from the last
quotations a week or so since. Then the bonds were
quoted at 10, and the notes at 13. Now there is a falling
off of one dollar, the prices being vesterday 11 for Texas
notes and 18 for her bonds. This does not look favorable
to the lone star. Government and State securities,
though down, are not changed from the prices yesterda y
Bala of Stock* at Philadelphia.
Fibst Board, May 6.? $1000 Ches and Dela 8* 7?i;
$173 05 do 73; $6000 State 6't 731$1000 Lehigh 6>a, 1844,
44; $6000 State 5's 73; 100 tlit Wilmington BR 31 J; 100
Vicksburg 8]; $3000 Texas Notes 11; $1000 Tennessee
5's, 1st July, 83}.
Second Board?$6000 State 5's 73; $5000Texas 10 per
cent bonds 18; $3368 Delaware and Ches Canal 6's 731:
15 Wilmington RR, 8ds, 31; 50 Girard Bank 8}; $3000
Pittsburg 6's, I860, 96; $681 25 County 6's, cash, 06}; 00
do 1860, new, 06.
A. C. TUTTLE, Auctioneer.
HARDWARE, kc.?Jacob 8. Plstt will sell this day, at the
Auction Room, 33 Piatt street, 300 lots of English, French,
German and American Hardware, Cutlery, Fancy Goods, be.,
worth the attention of dealers; part being balance of invoice sale
to close accounts of Spring consignments.
Catalogues are now ready. Sale peremptory. ml lt*r?
f1 REAT SALE OK IMPORTED PLANTS, from England
vX per steamer Hibernia, to be sold by auction, Friday morn
ing. l>y A. LF.VY, at 11 o'clock, at 293 Broadway comer of
Reade street This collection consists of Evergreens, Flowering
Shrubs of fine varieties; Rhododendrons, in flowers and buds;
Ecubia Jeponicas; Moss Roses; 500 varieties of Doable Dah
lias, in packages enveloped in moss, of the most superb sort*.?
The most oftne above received the premium ia England in 1M4.
300 varieties of Double Carnations.
All of the above are expected to arrive ia good condition.
To be said by catalogue. Bit tt*rh
DAHLIAS AND FINF. PLANTS AT AUCTION.
A LEVY will sell on Tuesdsy, May 6th, at No. 283 Broad
? way, (large buildings comer of Reade street,) n splendid
collection of Parlor Plants, comprising Oranges, ia flower ana
fruit, a great variety of Rose*. Alalia*. Sic.
Also, a large collection of fine named Dahlias.
N. B.?A. Levy has removed his business to the above named
IMPORTED CARNATIONS AND OTHER PLANTS
A LEVY will sell on Wednesday morning, at his new store
? 293 Broadway, corner Reade street, at 11 o'clock, a splendid
collection of Imported Camutions, by catalogue, with a numer
ous variety of other fine Plants. mi 3t*ec
Also, some very choice Grape Vines, ia pots, of the finest t ar
ret its, and a few of the real Michigan Roses, or Queen of Prai
ANTED?For one ofthe most exteusive Publishing houses
in the United States, a few active young men to act as
Agent* for the sale of new snd popular works. The proprietors
will insure each man $300 over his board per year profit A wri
ting to that effect will be given them; they will have besides
opportunity of clearing $1,000 per year, and more if they are ao
tive. Every man will have his district. It will be necessary for
them to have $25 to $50 at least to obtain a jcx-d fitting out No
one need apply unless he has that sum, for it is the object of the
Publishers to establish good sgents, and give them such a ehanoe
as no one else can offer them.
For ftill particulars apply to 95 Daane street. my? lm*ee
TWO Respectable Young Women want situations, Maaa
Cook and Laundress, the other as Chambermaid and rat
Washer, in a private family. No objection to go a short diataaoa
in the country. The best of city reference can be given. Plaaae
to call at 218 Molt street, on the first floor, in the front room.
WANTED?For one of the principal Hotels in this country,
a young man to act as Clerk, who has a good knowledge
of accounts, writes an expeditious and legible hand, and is quick
st figures. If he has already been employed in the same capacity,
in an Hotel, it would be preferred. Address by letter, to K Z .
at this office, stating terms and references. mg 3t*ro
\tj ANTED?By a respectable young woman, a situation as
vv Chambermaid. Likewise s first rate seamstress. Would
hsve hare no objection to assist in washing and ironing. Please
call at No. 169 Mott street, in the rear. None but respectable
people need call. n?6 It* m
DRS CASTLE f EDWARDS, AURISTS,
QQ1 BROADWAY ?Extract:- . ,,
00 X " I cheerfully comply with the request of Lieut. Mc
intosh, to testify that he was invalided home as unfit for duty.in
consequence of total deafness and discharges from hit ear; that
while in New York, on his way to Lngland. he placed himselt
under the professional care of Dra. Castle and Ldwarda, Aunits,
Under their treatment he recovered his hearing, and has returned
to his military duty. H. McNEVEN. M. D..
Surgeon to H. B. M. Forces, Jamaica.
A sure cure for incipient Deafness, Ear Ache, Pains, Buxxings
or singing sounds in the ears, collections of hard wax or vitiated
?eeretiona of th? TW'r. Aeonstie Oil has been a popular
remedy as a curative in all diseases of the ears for upwards of
twenty yean. Offices removed to 361 Broadway corner of White
1 ro6 lm*dh
THE Nfiw BRIGHTON COLLEGIATE
IS SITUATED at New Brighton, Staten Island, six milas
from New York, between which places there is an hourly
communication by steamboats. The building occupied is the
epacious and elegant chateau erected by the Brothers Joseph,
at an expense of $50,000. The School possesses facilities and
advantages over any other; the location is elevated, retired
and healthy; the prospect by land and water isi unrivalled.
A fall corps of teachers is employed for the various
departments, and thorough courses are imparted in Mathematics
ana general English, in the Latin, Greek, French and Spanish
LangAges. Extras are Music and Dancing, Fencing and Draw
ing, German and Italian; and furnished only when ordered by
P^he*Teachers all reside in the family, and all speak French:
and that language will be spoken st the meals. Courses of in
fraction will be imparted in the Natural Sciences, by familiar
lectures, illustrsted by a complete philosophical apparatus.
Circulars and (Vsll information may be obtained inperaon or
by letter to Dr. E. A. BIGELOW, eaat corner of Broadway
nnd Fulton street, entrance 156 Fulton street. Letters or parcels
left at the Doctor's office, will be forwarded daily to the School
free of expense. The next term commences May instant, ISC.
GEORGE L. LE ROW, A. M-,
m? lt*rh Principal
NEW FLOWEK AND VEGETABLE SEEDS.
say|TROPEOLUM PF.REORINUM, Canary Bird flower.
xB a native of Pern, well adapted for covering trellis of va
*iLb rioas forms. ... , ,
Calandrina Grandiflora, a native of Chili?wall adapted for
rock work, it requires a warm, dry soil.
Agrostemma Coeli Rosea, Rose of Heaven, a native of Bteily?
sow in dumps, in a moist situation. _. .,
Lathyrvs Odoratus, Sweet Pea, a native of Sicily?tow fa
good loam, placing stakes 4 feet high in the fona of a cone, to
support them. .... ?
Nolans Atriplieifolia, Artiplex leaved Nolana, a native ef
Peru?sow ia pstchee, in rich sandy loam, ita large and handsome
flowers of light blue, clesr white and yellow will repay any lit
tle care bestowed upon it. , , _
Convolvulus Alba and Tricolor, white and three colored Con
volvulus, a native of Stain?sow in patches in rich sandy loam,
theee beautiful and varied colored flowers grown on moaads has
the sweetest effect. _ . ? , , w .
i Phlox Drummondi, Drummonds Phlox, a native or Mexico?
I ?ow in clumps or patches, the variety of colors displayed in a
! bed of these pretty little flowers exceeds any deecnption we caa
* Septoaiphoa Androsaceut, Androaace like Septoaiphoa, a na
live of California?tow in a cool situation in maaaea or clumps
pretty little *owers of lilac fllne and white.
Aetor Sinensis, China Asters, a native of China?tow tn
clumps, and transplant in moist or cloudy weather, to the dis
tance ol 6 or! inches in good rich loam, in rows or circles, their
varied colored flowsrt have a beautiral efleet and remain in
^'sanvftaSu'Procumbene, Trailing Sanvitalia, a ttaciwoi of
ro?sow in good soil in patches, a pretty little plant with orange
"'low?Nitfpa'and Placei, Chilian nettleplant, ofChill
-sow in clumps, and place sticks in a conical fw to attach the
planu to as they progress ia growth, produce beautiful yellow
dowers, but matt be handled cautiously at the itiag it aa tevsre
ss that of the common nettle. , ,
Mathiola Annua, Ten Week Stock,, a native of Europa-eow
in clamp* or rows ud transplant on* Toot apart whan three inche*
high. their rariou* colored and fragrant flowers will amply ra
ward your care.
Tha subscribers offer the above deairabla collection of flower
need* for 4d, neatly put up in tin eaaaa that they may be tranr
ported with tba greatest lafety to any diitanca, with diractious
I Tor preparing ground, he. They alao offer 2J ran* tie* of
prrtty flower aaeda in caaea, with diractiona, for Da?AO rariatiee
SI 50?100 rarietie* $3. They alao offer one of the largest assort
ment* of Vegetable Or*** Breda to be found in thia city?all
warranted grnuiae. Bulboua and Tubeiroua flower Seed*.?
Choice Double Dahlia, with a choice aaaoitmant ofEiotic and
other Plant* on the loweat terma. Bouquet* composed of the moat
iMicate and fragrant flower*, arranged to pleaae tba moat fae
iiaioua. DUNLAP k CARMAN, m Broadum' m? it*m
TO THE LADIES.
JUST RECEIVED?Par Harra packet Dnchaaa
^B)p'Orhwna, direct from rant, an aaaortmeot of Fancy
Straw Hat* a la Bohom .anna (Oin*y,) Chapeau* <U Crepa,
,\s now worn by Her R. H. de JolnrilJe, to be opened on Wed
neaday, the 7th May, at the Noureautf* PariaiMiuea, >9 Broad
way. The ladiea are respectfully inrited to call.
me if m Madam Godfrey it dauqhter.
TO LET AT NEW ROCHELLE-A neat two atory
(IrJI modem built home, with kitchoii adloinnig. The houae
JUJ^haa two parlor* with folding door*, and (Ire room* a bora,
On tin- prami*ee?re Ana cherry and apple trace, grama, sspai*
irti* bed*, kr. The house i* in good repair, ana will be let low.
Apply to Win. Toole, 20 South William atreet, Arthur T
JoiwiijM William street, or to 8. Brown, New Rochell*.
LONDON LINE OF PACKETS?Packet of tha
WHVWlOtli May?The superior. fast aailing new packet ship
MHLNORTHUMBEHLAI^D, ( apt R. H. Oneroid,srifl
*ail a* aoore, her regular day.
The aucommud.itioua of this magnificent ship for cabin, second
cabin and steerage passengers, are far superior to any ship of tha
line. For passage, apply on board foot of Pine st, or to
C. A. ten EYCK, 87 South street.
Person* desiron* of sanding for their friends can has* them
i brought out is her or auy of the line by applying at a bore,
FOR LIVER POOL?Pac ki t of the ?th of May?
WHRPV-The superior, faat sailing racket ship H1IENAN
?HbOOAH, Captain West, will sail on Thuriday, a*
?bore, tier regular day. ^ . . ,,
Thii magnificent ?hip It 1000 ton* bnrthen. and h?r accommo
dationa for a limited number of cabin, tccond cabin and fttaerag*
paastujrrra at rcdnced^ ratei. For paa?a?t apply on board, al
vtnrray'a wharf, foot of Wall ?twt, or to
mrt 3t*m A. TEN EYCK, 67 Uomh it
3 Division Street, Blew York,
ESTABLISHED A. D.
By THE PRESENT PROPRIETOR, for the *acce**ful
treatment of a disease of a secret nature, and for the sala of
Dr. Hunter's Red Drop. This mediciue is the only remedy on
i irtli that cau safelv be relied on tb thoroughly enre this horrid
disease without injury to the constitution, and without diet or
hindrance from business, even when all elae nave failed. A com
)>rehensi?e treatise accompany each eial (with full direction*,)
which la warranted to effectually cure in all caaaa, no matter how
longstanding, or how deeply seated in the system, with Ittaa
trouble to the patient and in a shorter space of time than any oth
ir medicine in tl? world or no pay will betaken. Price $1 par
rial. my 6 lmo**rc__
JAMES GORDON BENNETT.
Nomii-WmtCowmw Fqltoi anpNamav Imuti.