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iii in good demand. Shoulders are Felling at 4\?. and
ordinary do at 8J,. Lard. In kegs, in quoted 6li. Sulos
?f mess pork urc making at $9
Piitsbi'mo, May 9?10 P. M.
Hour is in fair demand for the bom* trade, and
market firm, at ?.'} Cli.'i a 9-i 80. Wheat is unchanged,
with moderate business.
The weather is eery pleasant. There are 15>? feet of
water in the channel
Broolyn City Intelligence.
ot;?i ?r Arrests, Wednesday. May 9?All the
Judges present.?This court was occupied, during the
entire day. in the argument in the easo of Clarke et al.
vs. Sawyer et al.. reported for this paper yesterday
morning. When the court adjourned Win. Siliiman,
Esq., counsel for the respondent)), was speaking
iisooxi.rv Citt Hitt.?This splendid building is
worthy of notice among the public improvement*
"which have recently been made, lu the absence of
MalislieaJ information. we do not at present intend
giving the dimension* of the building but reserve this
for a future article. The hall is built of Vermont
marble, whidll is very white.although not of that dura
Uc quality which some kinds possess, and consists of
the main building, with a wing on either side, which
?re of exact proportions, and form u beautiful
whole. In the basement of the building ape thirteen
rooms, occupied in the following manner: ?
four rooms iu the east wing for the use of the city
watch and the police court, (formerly Justice Pierce's.)
now occupied hy Truman Smith. Police Justice In
the west wing are the rooms of the Superintendent of
the Poor, two in number, the court of John U King.
Justice of the Peace, and the Dispensary. There are.
t>esides these, iu the main building, on the basement
room, two sleeping apartments, one for males mil
the other fur females, places for storage, six cells
for watch prisoners, and the office of the Street
Inspectors, as also one other room not yet occupied.
We ascend to the first Hour of the edifice There
we find ill flhu cast wing the Mayor's private office, ami
bis reception room, both of which apartments are of
'very good dimensions; and opposite to tins suite of
rooms is one whic-h was formerly occupied as a court for
one of the justices of the Municipal Court, anil b hind
that, lie southern side, is the room which lias lately
been fitted up in a very tasty und appropriate style f >r
the City Court. The west wing has the room- allotted
<t'., <),.. <1 L, ....1 < !.-. 'r TV
besides on this floor, tbu office of the City Clerk.
Comptroller, Strict Commissioner. and Physician
of the Board of Health, and another room which
lias not been appropriated for any purtirular purpose,
but will probably be used by the Board of
Education. In th e east wing of tho second floor,
on the south side of the edifice, is situated the
room for the Supreme Court, which is a lofty apartment,
being about 00 feet from the floor to the highest
part of the dome. We will venture to say that when
this room is completed, it will eclipse almost any court
Toom in the United States for architectural beauty and
elegant proportions. The south side of the west wing
is entirely taken up by the Common Council room,
which is of the same dimensions us that of tho Supremo
Court, DO feot by 48. and needs ouly to be viewed to be
Admired. The Governor's, or reception room is between
the two just mentioned. and is f>4 feet long by 40 wide.
It is now occupied as a court room for tho Court of Appeals.
the highest tribunal in the State. On the other
side is a long suite of rooms. Those on the east side
Jiave been apportioned for tbe use of the Shcrill of the
'County, tho office of the District Attorney (formerly at
the county jail.) and Judge Morse's chambers Two of
the western rooms will be occupied by the keeper of the
building. Upon continuing our upward progress to the
next story, we find another long suite of rooms, seven
in number, to be used as jury rooms, and for other purposes
not yet specified. Tho jury room affords one of
the finest prospects of the city and unvirons that can
lie had anywhere, except from the cupola of the building.
Wo now ascend to tho cupola, and arrive at
the place whore the groat tire bell is hung, which
weighs 7.870 pounds. One flight of stairs to ascend,
and we are at the highest point to which our ambition
can lead us. We find ourselves in a very neat airtight
room in the very top of the cupola, lruiu which
elevation can be seen the county for miles around,
cast, west, north, and south, taking withiu the wide
range of vision, the city of New York and the blue
hills of New Jersey beyond, while in the fur distance
can be seen the Highlands of the Neversiuk. Sandy
liook, the blue ocean, and the broad Atlantic, in
another direction lies the village of Hast New York,
Jamaica Bay, and tbe various meadows and salt water
creeks which are in such great abundance in that vicinity.
Turning your eye to tho east, you behold the
home of the departed and the monuments which mark
the resting places of many loved friends and relatives.
Court of General Sessions.
Before the Recorder, and Aldermen Webb and Britton.
Mat 9.?(fraud Jury.?The first business of the court
this morning, was to complete the list of Grand Jurors,
only twelve gentlemen huviug appeared on Monday to
answer. The following are the names of the Grand
1 nriiif.st ?Irilin Cnmnhell. foreman': Robert Barclay.
Gerardus Boyce, John Brand, Henry W. Belcher, Patrick
Crowe, F.dward P. Heyer, Kgea Ludlow. Benjamin
Merritt, Nathan Roberto, James W. Smith. Wm. R.
Waller, John Kgnn. James M. Kdgar. John A. Kennedy,
F.lias Hatfield, Joel Kelley, John M. Ketchum,
lYter Henly, John McLean, Chas. H. Leonard, jurors.
Recorder'* Charge.?The Grand Inquest having
taken the usual oath, were addressed by the Recorder.
It is hardly necessary, said he.foruie, in addressing the
Grand Jury of our county, to charge them as to the
duties of their offleo. Many of you have often served
on grand juries, nnd know in what those duties
consist. Suffice it to say, gentlemen, that your jurisdiction
extends over all sorts of criminal offences,
from the highest to the lowest. There are a
number of laws which it is made my duty to
rail your attention to. The Recorder here enumerated
the offences which it becomes the duty of
the presiding judge of this court to call the attention
of the Grand Jury to, every term. Among them were
illegal voting, erection of wooden buildings within the
fire limits, selling lottery tickets, usury, fce. There
arc some things, he said, which presented themselves
to the mind, in view of the great number of crimes
which are continually committed in this city, and it
becomes the duty of the conservators of the peace to
look well to the enforcement of the laws in respect to
them. 11c would mention the collection of debts by
aid of the criminal law. It had become the habit of
persons having claims to collect, to present these
claims to grand juries, as cases where gcods had been
obtained under false pretences, thus coercing debtors
into a payment by some means or other. These cases
had given great trouble, and taken up too much of
the time of grand juries and courts, iu cases where no
conviction had followed. The law *a< not vindicated,
but private ends alone were served. He recommended
the Grand Inquest to look with rare nt all cases of this
complexion which were presented to them, and by the
course which they pursued, endeavor to discuuraga
this modi- of procedure in the class of cases referred to.
The Recorder, on some very appropriate remarks, called
attention to that nuisance known as the h ive Points,
a place from which so much crime emanates. He said
that its bad reputation was so wide that it was not confined
to this city or even to this country, and. said lie,
1 appeal to you", to know if the place is to be allowed to
continue as it is. He attributed much of the evil, observable
in this relation, to the too indiscriminate
granting of licenses tor the sale of ardent liquors.
There were lie said, 460 licenses granted in the Sixth
ward,and ?;>7 houses sold liquor, without the siiailow of
a license. In the Fifth ward but about half the number
of licenses were issued, and in the Seventh about the
same proportion. I nsk you. said be, to speak boldly
, upon the subject, nnd this rourt, he asserted, will by all
s proper means, nid your action to suppress the evil
complained of. Let the public know that the Grand Inquest
of the city and county of New fork will lake
notice of such ubuses. If the ( omuion i ourieil will not.
Landlords, he continued, are by law made responsible
for renting out their houses for vile purposes, and in
Fupportofthisproposition.be quoted cases on record
as proof. Go through the district and view it for yourselves,
nnd present the subject fearlessly, and this
court will second the efforts which you make to refonn
this great evil. The Recorder next alluded to the
prisons, and the manner In which they are conducted,
lie did not wish to cast censure upon thu keepers,
znany of whom he knew to be worthy men. but the indiscriminate
manner in which young delinquents and
eld criminals were packed together, and thus brought
inmost unfortunate contart, was a great evil, and an
evil which certainly ought tobe remedied. With some
other remarks, ol u general character, the presiding
judge closed his charge, and the Grand Inquest retired
to their chamber, and commenced the business of the
term.
The People l-J. William Jackson.?Tills] was a case
brought upon motion by tin- counsel for the defence, to
quash an indictment found by the Grand Jury, at the
March term of this court. The prisoner was indicted
for procuring property by false pretences lie had
previously been indicted for grand larceny; but. the
c-vidcnco going to show that it was more properly a oo-o
df false pretences, tlie jury returned a verdict of not
guilty. The District Attorney then sent the papers
ngain to the Grand Jury, and they fouud an indictment
for obtaining property by false pretences. The
counsel, in his argument, stated that, as there was no
' charge of this nature in the primary examination,
which viu the basis of the Grand Jury's action, the
defence was not prepared for the necessary crossexamination,
and hence the papers referred to could
not present fair evidence upon which to Indict.
Tho District Attorney tooK me grouna. mai iini'muni
os the court had jurisdiction of I hi; subjvct matter of
Hip romplaint. the rTiiimrr presented before tho tirand
Jury was eompetept. and henre ho had inored on the
cause. Thn court doclrfpd in ta?of of the defendant,
and ordered tho indirtinent to be quin-hed
Trial for (hand I.arcrny Michael William', nliai
Mike, was put upon liis defence. charged with grand
Jiircony, in stealing $S2 50. from James H. Hill, the
proprietor of a lodging.house at 21 Catharine street.
1'he charge wax not sustained. and the jury found a
Terdict of not guilty.
The court adjourned till Thursday morning at 11
O'clock.
Kiw Yokk Hotel, May 9, LS49.
To Wasihhoton Ihvinq,
W'ii.i.iam Kknt, Arc., c., Kstjs :?
Pf.ar Sib*?I have the honor ol acknowledging
your obliging letter, delivered to me this day.
It in one 1 find tome difficulty in answering.
Under the unprovoked indignities offered me in
tlie Astor I'lace tlieatre, it was certainly my desire
nnd my fited purpose to avail myself of the legal
Tight thus afforded nie, and withdruw at once from
'IJiy engagement contracted there.
In leaving this country, which has been endeared
fo my recollection by long and strong attachments,
( should not have clone you the injustice of associating
the American character with the ill deeds
of persons unhappily loo frequently to be found in
every large community : and in that same spirit
which would preserve me from a hasty and inconsiderate
judgment upon the late occurrences, 1 assent
to your request, knowing and feeling grateful
for the sentiment that has dictated it
J reninin, dear sirs, most faithliillv yours,
W. C. Macilkaoy.
Ri-tlorpmor Yonng,of tli? Boot and Shoe
Irado, U mill in br found At hut o?t*Mi?)imout( tMruur of Fulton
nrwl Namaii utrontA, whore ho offers aitAt ittduooinentA in
fill lloa. Fin" Fronoh OAlf Iftaot*. %i AO; Ann 0*1f, fi Wj
leather Dotlt, tialliae, iiheea,
IL am
AJamVBB.gAB.Y WEEK.
Id order to lay before the public full reports of the t
proceedings of the soveral religious societies that hold "
their meetings in this city during this week, we shall b
publish another Doulle Sheet Herald to-morrow morning, c]
the fourth double sheet this week. This daily issue of a
double sheet enables us not only to meet the wants of
our advertising patrons, but to derote a large space to
the news of the day. The half price advertisements ^
cc
will be received till 9 o'clock this evening ; the others lo
till midnight.
Anniversaries fur 184V. ^
Thursday. Mav 10.
American Blbla Society?Tabernacle, 10 A. M ?.
Institution for the Deaf and Dumb?Tabernacle,4 r.<
P. M. w
American Temperance Union?Tabernacle, 7 P. M. nj,
American Protestant Society?Meroer street Church, - l
TK P. M
Evangelical Alliance?Reformed Dutch Church, corner
Latayette Place and fourth street, 7 >? P. M.
Anierieau baptist Home Mission Society, Oliver wu
treet Church. 7,l? P. M. j
American Education Society. 7P. M.
American Sunday School Society?Minerva Rooms,
10 A. M. bu
Friday,May 11.
American Board of ronuuissiuuers for Foreign Missions?Tabernacle.
10 A. M. fo
American and Foreign Bible Society?Dr. Cone's stu
Church. OliverstMot Baptist < hurch. 10 A. M. pr.
Children from ltaiidall's Island?Tabernacle, 7 P. M.
Si noav. May 13.
American and Foreign Sabbath Union?at Dr. Totts's 11 r
Church, Fifth urcuuo. Sermon by L)r Spraguu |>rl
Oiitrngcoua ('oiiM|ilra<-y?-Tills Week's j,.
number of the Scorpion, will reveal to the public the whole
particulars of the late outrageous atlair which cauio <>B at the cr*
Aster Place Opera House, us w ell as the full account of the
recent attempt, by a paltry w eekly paper of this city, to ruin
the reputation of an innocent female. Besides some two tin
hundred articles of a highly interesting local eharueter.
Ministers.?Clergymen of every deiiomlitn- (,
tinn visiting the city during the anniversary week, a? well as
all other strangers, are incited to examine the various styles, ,
fashions and qualities of tile large stock of Hats, at the ostabiishmcnt
of KNOX, 12S Fulton strsot. 421
oat
Light and Elegant Straw lints?Summer stn
Fashion.?The subscriber would respectfully call tlie attcn- bit
tion of his fricuds and the public, to his unrivalled assort- I
incut of Children's Summer llats, peculiarly suited to the 1
season iu their Trimmings, childlike and pretty in tlicir cos- of
turn* for either boys or very little girls. W'M. BANTA,
fit Canal, ooruorof W'oostor street. hai
nol
Gents Summer Wear?*4,000 Linen, Alpaca.
Hrap ds Kts, Caslimcrct, Kentucky Jean, and Suuuusr
Cloth Coats, at 73 cents to $'0; li.OUU pair linen, cassiuiere, of
isan, doeskin, and corded Pants, at SI to $1(1; 3,1100 Vests at
60 cents to $3, with a variety of other goods iu season. Five ro"
Dollar Suit Store, oorner IJeekmiin and Nassau streets. thi
Vulcan, Detlnlns, Irarlus, and Perlllits. ?il
ancient and famous Artists, have still left something for the ((UI
moderns to achieve. Some of those are said to have made
men?it was left for the modern artist, G. B. CLARKE, llti Ink
William street, to mako Coats. Finest French Cloth Dress or ?ia
Frock, he charges $10 to $30; Cloth Sack, $o to $10.
The Plumbe National Daguerreotype Gal- $7lcry,
on the upper corner of Broadway and Murray street, so 401
long and favorably known to (he public, has sums recent '*
speoimens of large Pictures, which arc of the very finest de- ,,,
script ion, only equalled in finish by the best painted minis- A.'*
ture. tr*
l;g
Spring Carpeting* are now to be had at tinprecedeno
<1 low prices, at the cheapest Carpet establishment Jj!
in the United States, No.99 Bowery, HIKAM ANDERSON'S.
A visit will be sufficient for the most Inorcdulntis; and those JUI
who study economy, as well as appearance of the article,
should by all means call.
Dr. Bostwlck's Great Work, and Lecture*,
on Venereal, Strictures, and all diseases of a private nature,
illustrated by many colored plates. A second edition *! .
has just been published by Stringer * Tuwnsend. It can b?
bad also of the author, 601 Broadway. A second edition of ths
same author's work ou Seminal diseases, resulting from improper
habits, has just boon published. Tho Rev. Dr. Blake says ar,
this book should bo in tne hands of every father and youtp aad
he as muoh a household book aa the New Testament. rj,
COMMERCIAL AFFAIRS. " I
60
HONEY MARKET. S
Wednesday, May 0?0 P. M. jj
There Is no change in the stock market worth men- ?
tioning. The sales continue to a very limited extent, ,
and prices about the same as reported yesterday. "T1
trie Railroad, new, Reading Railroad and Long Island W)
advanced >? per cent, and Treasury notes fell off per lar
cent. It Is almost impossible to get up any specula- J*?
tivc movement In the street. Outsiders are shy, and jN|
look with suspicion upon the operations of the bulls a?,
and bears. It Is the height of folly for outsiders to ^
purchase fancy stocks promiscuously, in expectation of g
a general rise; it would bo much better for them to ^
take hold of some particular stock, after it has com- ?
meuced moving upward, and take the benefit of any ^
further improvement. Tho outside speculators are gy
?: ?n. il.nm liov tvai'A >WW>T1 UHll fllO hrrtl'HPi w 111 r? nf
find so many pickings out of this class of speculators *5
as they have heretofore. Pa
T he money market continues easy. Specie is Dow'ng
in upon us from every direction, and our banks ^
have on hand a larger amount than they want. Loans P"
on government securities can easily be obtained a: 0 ve
per cent, and good paper sells in the street at 8 and 9 JJjj
per cent. The steamship Hibcrnia is nearly due at Rc
Halifax, from Liverpool, with seven days later news.
It is stated that she will bring about half a million of ca
specie, but It is our impression that she will not bring
so mnch. Her arrival is anxiously looked for by ape- to1
culators in cotton. breadstufTs and fancy stocks, us It
much depends upon the complexion of her advices.
The receipts of the Norwich and Worcester Railroad
Company, for the month of April, 1849, were $2(t,647 71, =
against $18,907 50 for the corresponding period last
year, showing an increase of $1,740 16. The increase Is
principally from the local travel. Ji,
The Bowery Bank has declared a dividend of four V
per cent. A
We have seen several of the new gold dollars. The *r
coin is smaller than a silver five cent piece, and can
easily be distinguished by the feeling. It bears upon ~
its obverse the head of Liberty, and on the reverse - v
the words, "one dollar, 1849," in the centre, around J
which are the words, " United States of America." It lu
is a bcautif 1 coin, and we hope it will drive out of ni
' m
circulation a large quantity of the paper currency m
issued by our banks. ~
The City Council of Pittsburgh have agreed to bor- J
row $150,000, tor the purpose of redeeming its outstand- u\
ing scrip.
The Baltimore and Susquehanna Railroad Company
remitted, last week, to the Treasurer of Maryland, the =
snm of $15,000. This, together with what lias been pre- ^
viously remitted, makes an aggregate of $:tf>,000 paid into /
the State Treasury since the opening of the present year, fj
1849. This road is managed with energy and efficiency, ['"
and its revenues are steadily on the increase. The
completion of the new line from York to Harriaburg J
will give to its business new trade and more rapidly el
growing profits. jjj
We understand that the work on the unfinished portion
Of the Chesapeake Cnnnl, is proeeeding rapidly? |
the force now employed being larger than at any time
heretofore. The principal contractors feel confident in
that by the first of November the work will bo com- w
pleted. ~
The annexed statement exhibits the quantity of cer- SI
tain articles exported from this port for the week end- *
lug the 6th instaut, distinguishing tho shipments to A
each country :? it
Commerce or the Port or Nrw Yoaa.?Wieklt 1
ExroKTS. ,n
To Jsmdon.?rotosh. bbls. 210; turpentine, 3,221; oil
peppermint, 44; cochineal, cii-es &; iodine, 1; sonaea H
ris.t. tee. 7; sperm oil. gals 9.717; whale oil. 16.672, furs, J
J pkga. 12; rhubarb, bxs. 102; lard, lbs. 10.806; tobacco,
i mid 30.000; whalebone, 28 038; cheese, 92.506; tallow,
I 11.200, bains, be . 112,145, oil cake, 196.436; jalap, bales, E,
0; staves, No. 3,000. 11
To Liverpool,?Flour,hbla. 475; potash. 100; pork, 30; 4
' rotiD. 325; beef, trs 200; porn, bush 20 416; opium,
I cases ti; crape shawls, 46; bark, ceroens, 156; grease, lbs.
02.784; bams, 800,700; cheese, 18,041.
To Ireland. ? Hour, bbls. 1.807; bacon, lbs, 03 996. Jl
To Glasgow.?Flour, bbls. 799; potash, 20; rosin, 870;
turpentine. 120, corn, hush. 8,460; sperm oil. gals 93,
whale nil. 7.787; butter, lbs. 26.077; grense, 44,502; hams,
253.907; cheese, 24 185; lard. 120,010. logwood, tons. Hi
To Holland ? Whale oil. gals. 24.478; fustic, tous, 30;
staves, No. 6.000.
To Han.se Townt.?Rosin, bbls. 300; beef,50; pork,30;
! logwood, tons. 80; cedar, logs, 212; spirits turpentine,
gals.2018; tobacco.cases,60; tobacco,Uhd 1; d> steins, 1;
do. mfd., lbs. 4.600.
To Belgium.?Potash, bbls. 74; rice, tcs ,302, oil pep. "
pormint.caso, 1; whale oil. gals 13.382, spirits turpen- J
tine, 3 865; wool bales, 8; lard, lbs. 4,l>3fi; oolfee, lings, n
326; fustic, tons, 28. n
To Su edenanil Henmark. ?Whale oil. gals .'18 770, rum,
American, 252; turpentine, bbls. 781; tallow, lbs 2 707, J
lard. 0.904; aegars. No 5000, rice, tcs 114; bass, bales. n
2, pimento, bags, 101; cassia, eases, .34; logwood, tons. 60; fc|
Itistic. 16; ligiiiimvilic. 4; tobacco, hli.ls 4'), tobacco. si
bales 60; toliueco, cases, 6; do. stents, lihdi. 29; do mfd. lbs
1.270. I
To Aorlk of Europe.?Logwood,tons,74; ox dyewoo4,
200; castor oil, bbls, 5 1,1
To .Spain.? Slaves, No. 161.400.
'J n aiutlria, in Mediterranean?Ulltlbftrb, cases, 16 ;
asphalt urn 8; sperm randies. 60; logwood, tons, 97, s.v ,<
pan wood. 15 ; mahogany, logs, 551; cassia, mats. 9 704 , 4
wine. bbls. 25 j rosin 200; sugar, bxs. 490; sugar, bags. J'
i 3 < 80, cotloe, 3.625; pepper, 1.000.
'Jo Arse Granada ?Hour, bbls 50 ; bread 10 ; wliis- ri
key. 60 ; crackers, bxs. 30 ; hams, lbs 920 ; domestics. J
pkga 3 ti
To Gentral %lmeriea?Flour, bbls 20: bread. 10; steel. "
bxs. 40, soap. 10; nails, casks. 6; quicksilver, lia-ks. 20,
drugs, pkgs 61; domestics, 43: ram, gaUs. 437; brandy, ~
Ani 410; aegars, No. 30 uuO
i To Went Cms/ aj South simrriea?Pongees, cases, 13 ; "7
wgars, No. 80,000; drugs, pkgs 461; domestics 540 [
' 7? Mexico ? Hour. bids. 13, cloves, 8 ; osrn K
1 692; linens, hales, 6 ; raw sitk, 20; durk. 25 ; hops, 4 , r,
UmtiUt.**, 7 i fterl, bw. Mi), sporm randies, 43 , tin i
ilates. 72 i sperm oil, pull* 612 ; gin, American. 250 ;
ocou. bug*. 113 , pepper. 26 ; silk*. pkgs 4; linen*. 6 ;
omeetics, 113 ; cotton*, foreign 17 ; fish lb? 10.000 ;
obacco. nrfd . 7 533; K war*, crates, 21; powder keg*.
70; cordage. coil*, fi; bleaching powder*. cask*. 7t>
Tv ,S;ojn/?A lint Indie* ? Flour bbl* 60 ; bread. 20 :
ecf, 10; herring. 26; mackerel, 266 ; pork, 16; rice. 2;
lee, tc* 7; herring, bx* 40; roup. 20 ; candle* 10 .
bee*e. lbs 345; butter. 166; hams, 1.093: (l-h. 10. hot)*
lies, 11; rait, sack*, 40; nine, cask*, 9; domestics, pkgs
lumber, ft 5 OtO; shook*. No. 1,000, hoops, 10.600.
To Danish West Indies.?lloop*, No. 4.000; ureal, bbl*
>0. tlour. 600; tea. lb*. 150.
Tv Ih-itish li est Indie*. ? Flour bbl*. 1.026 ; rye flour,
i ; meal. 945; pork. 915 ; beef, 61 ; bread. 316; tar, 80.
>rn. bushels, 838; peas, 2 172; rice. to*. 3; lard oil. grins.
167; spirit* turpentine, 168; cordage, coils. 24; hams.
* 3.256; oil meal. 88 500 ; cheese. 4 641; butter, 5.121;
a. 3o9; tobacco, infd. 736; candle*, bx* 325; cracker*
; chair*, bdls. 209; staves. No. 5,000 ; hay, bales, 283;
en. 62; sheep, 60
Tv Dritish North . ?merira. - Flour, bbl*. 2 324 ; rye
tur, 1.243; meal 3 352; pork. 610; ale. 60; naval stores,
; beef. 6; bread. 207 ; bread, bags. 60; corn, bushels.
lOC; wheat, 1 300; oats. 600 ; lard. lbs. 3.000; tocaceo.
Td . 11 S.'lt) ; timothy seed. 760 ; butter. 15,877 ; tea.
i31 ; leather, 1 4"3 ; cheese, 780 ; domestic*, pkge. 1 ;
tidies, bx* 6; coffee, bug*. 20; rice, tc*. 10.
i he quantity of breadstuff* exported during the week,
* 6.036 barrel* of flour; 35.195 bushel* of Indian corn;
!43 barrel* rye flour; 3.352 barrel* corn meal; 1,300
. helit wheat. Of this, 3.141 barrel* flour and 28,866
shel* Indian corn were shipped to Oreat Uritain and
land. The movement* irt breadstuff* have not been
active a* previously reported. We hardly underind
why this has been the case, iu the face of itnoving
prices on the other side, and increased receipts
the Atlantic ports of this country. Speculator* fir
Isc uiust give way and submit to any depreciutiou itt
ices, if" tliev do not nrevent a rnoid arciiin libit inn of
icks on the seaboard; and it will take a more nctiTe
uiuiid lor shipment to keep supplies from largely ln nsing.
Returns from the interior show an active
iveincnt in Hour. The lake imports atjKulIalu. from
e 1st to the 7th of May, were as annexed:
Commerce oe Bi feai.o?Weekly Lake IstroHTs
?'lour, bids. 30,367; pork, 4.361; seed. 20t>; beef, 1,606;
^s, 67; oils, 214; lumber, feet. 60.000; wool, bis. 103;
ieat, bushels, 132.262; corn, 3-712; bacon, lbs. 209,:100;
d, 141 850; tallow, 6.000; butter. 44.700; ashes, ca ks,
1; highwinea, 566; hides. No. 2.230; meal, bbls. 68;
is, bushels. 2.100; coal, tous, 373; rye, bushels, 2.0 (0;
ach, No. 167,650; Usb, bbls. 60; iron, tous, 05; barley,
shels, 200.
leducing the wheat to flour, makes tho totqd receipts
Ihut article for the week about -sixty-six thousand
rrcls. The internal improvements of the West have
1 all yet got fairly into active operation. The Illinois
1 .Michigan Canal, the Wabash and Erie, tho canals
Ohio, and the sources supplying the numerous rallds
of the western States, have not yet commenced
carrying of produce to that extent their facilities
iuilord. It is hardly time yet to receive at Buffalo, proce
shipped at Chlciigouiul other oxtromo points ou the
os; another week will show greater activity in this
de, and bring prices down to u lower point.
Stock Exchange,
60 Treasury Notes 110 40 shs Ohio Ufa and Tr SO'.,
X) U States U's, '62 109 25 Erie KR, new, full 02-".
10 do >7 1113* H"> do 6-"?
JO do '56 106?* 27 do 62'?
'Si Ohio 6's, '36 106 8 do 62'*
10 Ohio 7's 101 tf 65 do c 62 k,
XI Ind Stato S's 61 100 Long Island Rlt 2.1'.
? City .Vs, '58 95 21*1 do 23*2
HI do '60 943V 600 do b.10 2.3?
X) Rending Bonds 62K, 50 Stoniugton RR l>60 52
XI Erie Bonds,7's 96k, 105 Nor and W'or Rlt .38
slmsMeelianies' Bk 106 160 N Y and N iluv Rlt 91
Hank of America 9S.t* 7r> Canton Co .is'
Much Uk'g Assoo'n 80 Ml ?'o bli 38',
Morris Canal 91,' 50 Moliawk RR 82"
do 9 150 Roading RR Si's
i Farmers' Trust 861$ 5 llousntouic RR, now 87
1 do bd '.V>\ 6 do SO'V
I da Sot* '
SECOND BOARD.
DO U States 6's '67 1121* .'too alia Farmers' Trust, 36"'
00 do 1123* 300 do 36'!
1*1 N YnndNHnvBd 96'* 50 Harlem Rlt, st'SJ 691,.
NHI Erie 7's Bonds iX'.;1* 60 do atln 69k.
> shsErle K R, n, full 62',, 1IX) do 610 69*2
do June Id 62', 100 Reading Rlt 6ds .'It1!
< f niiton Co 3S3J
iDVERTlSEMEim RENEWED EVERY DAY.
TRAVELLERS' GLIDE.
1 ARE REDUCED TO $4? REGULAR U. S. MAIL
Line for Hosten, Nashua and Lowell, 'via Norwich nnd
ireester Railroad, from I'ier No. 18, N. It., footofCourtidt
street.?Steamersof thialine, (Knickerbocker and H'orter,)
will leave I'ier No. 18, N. R., foot of Courtlandt
ect, daily, Sunday excepted, at 6 o'clock, 1'. M , instead of
r No. 1. as heretofore. 1'asseneors and freight for the
jve places, can depend upon this faun being the cheapest
.1 meet expeditious way of reaching Boston, Lowell, Nam,
or any part of Vermont or New Hampshire.
TATEN ISLAND FERRY.-LEAYI NEW YORK AT
9,11 2,4, and 8 o'clock. Leave Vanderbilt'i Landing at
10 1. S. and ft o'eloek.
STOLEN.
inn REWARD.?TAKEN FROM THE DOOR OF
Xvf" the inhacrihers, on Thursday afternoon. 3d inst.,
imall case, containing 5 pieces black satin Vesting, markee
fiohola, Picroe R Cs? Beet en." The above rmH will be
id for the recovery of tho goods, or in proportion for any
rt of them. RKNAKI) St CO., 1 Hi IVarl street.
vIIR STOLEN NOTES OF THE BANK OF CHESTER
County.?The Bank gives yet another caution to the
blie against receiving snv notes of the old issues. For
arly a year and a hair such notes have been rcculled by
ry extensive advertisement, and warning against their reption.
The Bank has redeemed the full amount of the old
iue, excepting stolen notes nst reoovered from the robbers,
icent attempts to push such notes into circulation, demand
s repetition of the caution, that after the great notoriety of
e robbery and extent of publication made, such stolen-notes
Miot he received by any person wiLhout a just liability to
rigid scrutiny into the circumstances, and a defence being
ken to the payment jf any such notes. The Bank, as herolure,
conhueuily ri lies en the aid of the community to
event the success of all such attempts to impose upon its
ockholders, or other individuals.
By order of the Directors.
WASHINGTON TOWNSEND, Cashier.
West Chester, Ta., May 3d, IMP.
LOST.
reward?lost, on monday, a diamond
I&\J Breast Pin, single stone. The tinder will receive tho
-ove reward. by leaving it at the office of the Franklin House
OST?YESTERDAY, MAT !?, AT THE TABERNACLE.
J a silk I'urse, containing about $.38 in hank hills, and
few shillings in change. It was lost in the afternoon. The
ider will he handsomely rewarded by leaving it at No. (13
berty street.
SPOHTtlNO.
Iarlem I'ARK trotting.?a match will come
oil on Thursday, at three o'clock, for one hundred dolrs,
between the celebrated pacing horses. C. S. liartiue
tmes Aggy Down; B. Martin nnnies b. g. Bell Ringer. 1mediately
a sweepstakes for fifty dollars F. Counselor's h.
. l.ady Cricket, Mr. Motfs g. g. Voting Spott, O. Cooper's
old Digger. W. FONNKR. Proprietor.
IARLEM DARK TROTTING?TERSE, $2ft.-MJLK
1 heats,best 3 in s, frcefor all horses that never won a purse
or $.'*>. To close on Thursday night, at 9 o'clock, at the
>use of Grceu Madden, No. 118 Chatham square, and to
,me of! on Friday, the 11th inst., at 3 o'clock I'.M.
WM. FO.VNF.R.
SPKC1AL NOT1CK8.
t MEETING OF THE ASSOC IATIONIST3 WILL HE
E held this evening at the Minerva Rooms, 406 Broadway, at
i o'clock. Win. II. ('banning. Dr. Wm. Elder. Albert Itristne,
and others will speak?Mr. Brisbane on the Movement
Et n | 'I he pu pi it- are n,t ited t - at'. nd .
IV1 DENI)?BOWERY BANK, MAY 7, 18I9.-TIIK
U I'resident and Directors of this Institution have delured
a Dividend of Four per cent, on the capital stock, payble
on and after the loth instant. The Transfer Books will
s closed until the 10th Distant.
N. O. BRADFORD, Cashier.
O. (IF O. F?THE MEMBERS OF l'ALESTIN E F.N
campment. No. 9, will please tako notice, that the Enmpniciit
will hold its sessions as usual, at 411 Broadway,
ill! further notice. RALTI1 L. ANDERTON, Scribe.
F MRS. ARCHIBALD, WHO LEFT DETROIT ON THE
2d instant, for Scotland, is in this city, she is hereby inrmcd
that her husband arrived at Detroit, on the 6th inst.
ic will please call on S. Hrsy. 107 West street.
JEW YORK AND IIA RI.F.M RAILROA D COMPAN Y."
Notice?The annual election for thirteen Directors if
lis Company will take plsue at their office. No. 2 IIannvir
reel,on Tuesday,May 1ft, IMP, betwoon the hours ol 12 M. ai d
I'.M. The Transfer Baoks will be closed from the 7th to l.V b
st . both days inclusive. By order of the Board of Dirt-etuis.
A KVI.F, Jr.. Secretary.
rO THE MEMBERS OF THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE
? '1 he following persons were unanimously nominated t >
supported for Trustees and Officers, at a public met ting of
ie members, failed for that purpose, on the 6th inst. Th
t I.line the committees will he found
?pended to tho ticket, at the rooms of tho Institute, No. XI t
i'nml?ny. where an election will he held this day. from
o'clock, P. M. to H I'. M. Tho attendance of all the friends
' the Institute ia requeued.
For President
JAHKi TALLwADGE.
For Vice President*.
CiIlN CAMPBELL, JOHN It. HARD, LIVINGSTON
I.I VINORTON.
For Kecordinit Secretary.
II E.N It V MKIOH.
For Corresponding Secretary.
GEORGE IIA CON.
For Troaanrer.
F.nWAHD T. BACKHOUSE.
For Superintending Agent.
A DON!HAM CHANDLER.
sai.es by auction.
I I'CTKW NOTICE.--CITY HOT F.I, WINES. ?TIIE
a. tmlanco of the t ity Hotel Wines will he sold this day, by
. II LEEDS At I.O., at 12 o'clock. Some of tho finest brands
ill then he disposed of w ithout reserve.
i tcnoN notice.?Extra sai.k of valuable
a Furniture, in continuation, This Hay, at l(H% o'clock, at
Spruce atreot, comprising the best articles in the home
pepng line, of a gentleman going to Etinqic. Coins and see.
ale, rain or shine. TllOS. IIELL, Auctioneer.
5Y J IIFGEMAN, AUCTIONEER.?FRIDAY, MAY II,
3 i.t 1* o'clock, A. M., nt the Brooklyn Public Sales Room,
o. IP) Washington street, Brooklyn.?A large and general
mrtment of handsome parlor and chamber I tirnitti re, two
icellent Pianos, two I ier Glassce, mahognnv, walnut and
aple Bedsteads, Centre, Card, Pier and Sofa Tables, Btt aus,
seta of Dining Tables, Wardrobes, Beds, Mattresses,
e., H e Purchasers are requested to rail and examine th*
rniiure this afternoon, after I o'clock, whon eatnloguoiwill
I ready.
I s 11 K SAI.K OF MR. BAI.T/.F.K'S ELEGANT FIIRNII
turn will take plsesi This Day, at in o'clock, at No. DI7
leaokor street. oorner of Sullivan street, whatever may be
lie state of the weather
ANTHONY J. BI.EECKER, Auctioneer.
MUMOAls.
A/VAJV-AA-A/v.A/VA.^A A A^VA/VAArVAyvA AA. A SAT
k/l USIGI THE PIANO WH,L BR TAUOIfT BY A
VI young Imdy, who has a thorough knowledge ef Ma si a,
d who om give tt vmil unexceptionable rsfsraaoaa. Terms
or tushsanrs. U> rruueraec i UtoM mora sdnswi, IU, ApJy
toR. C, UaraM oftoe.
?w? ?m??i?y?a??I??
WAIHtl.
AH ESPRIT A lll.K YOUNO WOMAN DESIRES A SIT
uation as Chambermaid and Fine W'aeher, or Waitress.
I.as no objection to travelling. I'au product* the best of city
references. Please call at I'iT Mottatrvat. tn the reur
A RESPECTABLE YOUNO MAN, OK UOOD ADDRESS,
wishes to article himself, for one or two years, to the
Diy floods business Would receive a knowledge of business
as part payment, t'lease address R. 1'. M. Clerk, this papor,
l"? k. _
A LADY, FULLY COM DETENT, IS DESIROUS ?K A
situation, as Uousekoeper, or to travel with a family
lit ring the sninmer. A note addressed to K. C. liose, lierald
t! ce, will meet with prompt attention.
A RESPECTABLE WOMAN WANTS A SITUATION
as a Cliuiiihermaid or plain Seamstress, or to do general
housework ia a small private family. A good recommendation
can he given, Please ortll at the eornor of Thirty-second
street and Seventh avenue, over a (irocery store, the east side.
A RESPECTABLE PROTESTANT VOXAM WISHES
a plaer as Wet Ntirse. lu<|iiite at ftf I'rinee street, frout
i__ ' hi t'nil ho o-eti t, r three days.
\ EEXPECTABLE YOCKO WOMAN WISHES TO OHJ\
tain a situation ae Children's Maid and Plain Sewer,
or Clitnihermaid, and to as-ist with washing and ironing.
By note, addrets, S. 1. D., Herald olhcc, will be attended to
for three days.
INFORMATION WANTED?OF WILLIAM S. RICIIAHDsoti,
from County Tyri m, Ireland. Anv inforiiiation respecting
hint will be thanklully received at lad Fulton street.
PLACE WANTED IN BROOKLYN. BY A RKsPEtTuhle
girl, with the best reoommendations . ia u tlr.it rate
cook, w usher Mid ironer. Please apply at ??7 Paclllc street,
rorner ol Boerinn.
SITUATION W A NTED?BY A RB8PMCTABLI YOUNG
woman, as Cook, Washer and Ironer, of excellent city
...f.r >SIU.I I II fi
family, and has no objection* to the country. Address A. L..
Herald Office, or ISrt Ninth street, between the Bowery ami
Third avenue, for two days.
rpo PRINTERS A N1) Pi- Bl.lSHERS.?A PRESSMAN,
A acquainted with Adams' aud Napier's presses, wishes a
situation to attend either. Reference in this city or Philadelphia.
Address " Proas man/' llernld office.
f|M> APOTIIKt \RIES, ( DEMISTS AND DRUGGISTS.
X ?A Gentleman, a member of the Apothecaries' Hall, of
Ireland, an! "i the Collage of Snrgconi, London, well acquainted
with the retailing and compounding of medicines,
wishes to obtain a situation. Address W. 11. VI'., care of Mr.
Win. Cornell. 211 Third Avenue
\JkTANTED?BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN,
T iiilvAtioAMl bambormaid, ornstiat In washing and
ironing; no objection to general housework, l'lcase call at
$88 Broadway, first floor, baok room?
Wanted- BY A TOI NG KABEIIO WOMAN,WITH
a frtsh breast of milk, a child to nurse. Is a good
dressmaker. Huh no objections to go with a family to the
country. Her baby is only three weeks old. Can be seen for
three duys; please to cull at No. 178 Laurens struct, in the
gtore. City reference.
\X7 ANTED? A PROTESTANT WOM AN AS fnoK,
tt and assist in the washing and ironing; one that uudorBtands
her business may apply at 227 Ninth st.
WANTED?'TWENTY SMART, INTELLIGENT MEN.
to canvass the city. Apply at 102 ltroadway, 2d floor,
front rootu. Also, ten smart boys, to nerve circulars.
1I'ANTK!)-A URST ( LASS SHIP TO LOAD IN vf
Wanted, a first class ship or bark, to succeod the hark
Teeumsrh, and load in the lino for >an Francisco. California.
Immediate despatch given. Apply to JOHN COLLINS, Jr.,
74 South street, up stairs. N. Is.?A lot of fifty ucw Water
Casks for sale. Apply ah above.
WANTED?A SITUATION AS BUTCHER, A YOUNG
man who is well acquainted with the business in all its
branches. Has no objection to town or country. Communications
addressed J. W., at the stage house, Bedford,
Brooklyn.
I XITANTED? BY A YOUNG WOMAN, A SITUATION I.N
If a private family, to do chamber work, and would be
willing to assist in washing and ironing, and make herself
fenerally useful; the best of city reference given. Address
fary Dolun, 12f> Kith street, between the Sixth and Seventh
area ties.
HfANTS?TO APPRXNT1CB HIMSELF TO A TRADE,
T? Blacksmith, Carpenter, Stone Cutter, or any other respectable
trade, a boy about 17 years old, of steady habits.
City reference given if required. Apply at.%7 Greenwich
street. Can be seen for three days.
YV ANTED -A TOI NG MAN, A8 CLBRK IN THEOF
fice of a Hotel of the first class in this city; he must he
perfectly acquainted with the duties of the office, genteel in
appearuuee and address. Address M. A. J., Dux 2UM, Post
Office*
\LJ ANTED- BY A BOY, ABO! I 18 TEARS OT AGS, \
It situation in an office, or at fume light business. Pleas:
address O /<., this office.
YV ANTF.D - A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE
f girl, to do general housework in a small family. City
reference given. Please inquire at No. 122 Twelfth street,
second floor, hack room.
Y17 ANTED?A SITUATION, BY A RESPECT AI1LR
M 1'rntefctnnt arirl. to do tumoral houaawork in n nrivntu
family, or chamberwork, and to unmnt in waahing and ironinp
licst of city reference given. l'lense call at 1I!I Urccne
atrect.
Tlf ANTKD?$ia,?lO to SIA.OUO ON HOND AND MOKTT?
(tape on tirat clsw city property worth double the
amonnt, now rented for over twenty-five hundred dullard.
A pply to JaTnoH W. M ilron. No. I Nu.sitii street.
WANTED?BY A STOI T HEALTHY BAD, SIXTEEN
years of ape, a situation to learn the Carpenter's I'lmnbing
or Cooper'* trade. For particulars inquire at 2M Alott
street. TO be rei n lor two days.
yv ANTED--by AN kxpskienced cook, auto av?
tion. She can givt reference from the most respectable
families in the city. Apply at No. 7 Franklin street.
Mr ANTED?liV A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN, A
litnttioi fti Chambermaid and Waiter; haa no objection
to take care of children. Good city reference can be given.
Please call at No. 214 26th street, near the iUh avenue, first
floor, front room.
\jlr a n t e d-a situation by a respectable
Y yonni woman, to do genera) honatwork for a email
family, or chamberwork, or washing and ironing. Best of
city rVfercucs can be given. Apply at No. 7 Christy btrsot, in
the rear.
WAN T E D?A SITUATION BY A RESPECTABLE
young woman, to do chamherwork and plain sewing, or
to take care of child ran, in a private family. The beat of city
reference from her lust plucv. Apply at l.'il Ninth street,
third floor, a few doors froin the corner ol avenue B. Can be
seen for throe days.
Wanted?a situation by two respectable
young w oiu< n, the one to do ceoking, washing, and ironing.
the other to do chamherwork and waiting. Best of city
references given. Please cull at 17U Laurens street, in the rear
1IT A n T k d?a SITUATION BY A RESPECTABLE
fv young woman, to do cooking, washing and ironing. The
bast 1 i elt) refers! ce given Please eall No. IN Went Sixteenth
street, between Seventh and Eighth avenues.
Wanted?a sittation by a respectable
young woman, as Chambermaid nnd WaitnOs, would*
do the cooking, washing, and ironing, of a small family ; is a
good eook, an excellent washer and ironer, and fully'underhtands
< hamberwork and waiting; has no objection to go to
Brooklyn, or ti short distance in the country. The best of
reference can he given as to character and capability. Please
cull at 23* West 1 wcnty-First street. Can bo seen for three
days.
Wanted?by a respectable young woman, a
situation to do ehamherwork and plain sewing, or assist
in washing and ironing; has lived over three yearsjiti her la*t
situation. Best of city reference given. Can be seen for
three days at No. 7r> Spring street, front room, up stairs.
fxt an ted?by a respectable young girl, a
TV situation as Chambermaid and to take care of children,
llftMOd WftihOT and IrDMlT. Or WOtlld do thl gllirftlh0UMworC
of a small family. Has good city reference. Please
call at No. .' ? Sullivan hind, front ba uicnt.
VI7 ANTED?BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN,
it a Hituution to do and to assist in washing and ironing,
or to do the general Housework of a small private family.
No objection to go a short distance in the country; best of city
reference. May be seen for two days at 3X1 Greenwich street,
up stairs.
117 anted?by a respectable young english
vv woman, a situation as Chambermaid and Seamstress,
or Nurse and Seamstress, and would be willing to assirt in
w ashing and ironing, lias no objection to go any distance in
tie country. Ti c best of city references will be given. Pluuse
call ut N? . 1, Sixth street, bock su re, near the Bowery.
yet a nt ed? a situation by a respectable
vv young woman, to do general housework in a small pri- I
vate family, or to do chamherwork ami waiting ; can be well
recommended from her last place; may be seen at I4tf Sullivan
street, in rear. May be seen for throe days if n >t enraged.
Wanted?a situation by a respectable
young woman, as Chambermaid, or Children * Nurse, or
for general housework; good city reference. Apply at ,231
\\ alker street.
ur an ted?situations by two respectable
vf young women, one to cook, wash and iron in some re
?l.retabla family; the advertiser enn produce me eest 01 city
reference a* to character an<t capability; ttie other to d? general
homework f?>r a smsll private family; good refvrenco
given. Please call at 4!tt> Houston atrcct, w ill wait calla for
two day*.
\JL' ANTED? A SITUATION AS SEAMSTRESS, IIV A
it young girl, one who luiidcratamla dressmaking, and can
produce good city reference frotn her laat employe ; uo objections
to go a short distance in the country. Please apply
at73 It cat Ifith street, front baacrcunt.
WANTED?BY A RESPECT A lil.B YOUNO WOMAN,
a situation as Laundress or c hambermaid; heat of city
reference Pleaso call at No. 40 Frankfort atreet, 2d tloor,
front room; can l>e seen for two daya, if not engaged.
WANTF.D-BY AN IIONEiT, SOBER WOMAN, A Situation
ua Conk, Chambermaid, or to take care of Children;
no objection* to do gem i a I hoiiarwork; none hut prltate
families need apply; heat city relerence given; no objection*
tu go a aliort uiatancu in thu country. Apply at let it est
Broadway, in the rear, between Thomas ami Anthony.
11' ANTED?A FIRST-KATESTEREOTYPE FIN 1311 KR,
ft to till a permanent situation, ami one capable of superintending
the workmen. Betters, siting recommendationi
and terms, will meet with immediate a.tention. Address t>
Mogridge's Storeotppe Foundry, No. 6 llaruiunj Court, Philadelphia.
_____
UL' A NTED-BY A RESPECT A BI.E PROTESTANT
If girl, a situation a* N ursc and Seamatress, ami is very
fond of children lias no objection to the rountry, or to
travi I with a lady. I'loaaa call at Ml.! Uroade ay, third floor,
front room, flood city reference can be given.
WANTKD--BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN
a situation as Cook, and to assist in washing ami
ironing Has no objection to go a abort distance in thu
country, flood elty reference. May be seen at 36 Great
Jones street, No 2, in tear, for two days.
\%T ANTKD--A SITUATION, BY A YolfNG WOMA N,
TT w Ills is a good Cook; also, a llrst-into Washer and Ironer.
M ould have no objection to chamber* ork a> d waiting. Si.e
en give good city rofstcnce. Please call at No. 2.*>7 Bowery,
Iront storm
117 ANTED?A SITUATION. IIV A VEKV COMPETENT
TV girl, with good city reference, to do chainbcrwork and
waiting, or to help a lauadrosa, in a private family. Please
sll at 11 Sixth svenue, in tlie book stoic. __
11' KT M'HSR.-WAM EI). A SITUATION AS M KT
ff Nurse, by a respectable healthy young married wcinan,
w bo has lost her first baliy. The advertiser is a Protestant.
Please apply at No. 56 Spring street, in the rear.
INNUKANCKM.
OFFICE OF THE NATIONAL F1 RE INSIIKA NCK CO.,
67 M all street, New Voi k, huh May, ld49.? Tne I'resilent
and Directors of the National Fire Insurance Company,
have this dsy declared s divi'tend of live per oent. payanle to
the stockholders, on and after tho I4ih instant. By order of
the Board of Diroctors, YV. C. K KLLOGU, Secretary.
OFFIC E n F NATIONAL FYKK INSURANCE CO., 67
Wall street, New York, Mth May, 134th?At the Annual
Heeliun, held this day, the following gentlemen were tileuted
Directors for tho ensuing year, vi* ;?
Thus. W. Thome, John J. Ilemek, Andrew D. Mellck,
Gilbert Davis, W'm. Van Yt'yok, James I,. Adams,
Henry If Ward, George Bell, John Meeker.
Martin Hoffman, W. H. Jtsuba I'nillp Burrows,
And at a subsequent meeting ef the Board, Thomas w.
Them* was unanimously re-elected President.
W, C. EEGi/OUa, Secretary.
I ATCimtCNHirrs.
I ijOWlpRr THBATHK-TIU'RSDAr BVK*IJ?U." MAY
I 1) 111, will te actrd the truili-dy vf MACBKTII?Macbeth,
Mr. llNuiblin: Macduff, Mr llyoer; llunran. Mr. Stafford; M.ilcohu,
Mr. Duff: liauuuo, Lfc. Stevens; Lad/ M.icleth, Mr*.
Shaw; First Singing Hitch, Miss M. Tajrtor. After which,
Fanny D'ering ill dance the FAS DK ZaMPA. To conclude
with th? comedy of the HAPPY MAN?I'addy Mtiridiy,
Mr. K. Hvan: Ham Rusti, Mr. S. Smith; Foxi F11111. Mr.
Moore; Ski-hi, Mr. Stafford; Hun Phaiter, Mr. Rose; Ko-ket,
Mra. Sutherland; Sing Smahl, Mrs. Keedhnm. Doors open at
( V curtain will rise at 7 Si o'clock. D/oj Circle, 50 cent*;
I- ppcr Boxes and Fit, 25 cents.
(n h am rn a v ? national theatric. Chatham
J street?1 hurhday evening, May 10, will he acted the drama
of the EN CM AN IKK, Or, The Wizard or the Yfnimtaiu?
Bohcmond, Mr. Chantrau; Koymond, Mr. Herbert; (,'ourado,
Mr. Dawes; Amanry, Mr. Seymour; Martel, Forrester; San
Scrre. Mr. Hamilton; Baudoin, Mr. Rase -.thai; St. Elbert, Mr.
fioodeeault; H alter de Mnntell, Mr. Harnett; lie ffroy tie I
Beanvais, Mr. Tbmnpfon; Eustace Fitrgvrald, Mr. Williams;
William, Mr. Fardey; leenlt, Mr*. 1 merw od; Berth*, Hi*a
Smith; Hassan, Mr. Ilield; Dmael, Mr. Tilton; Saldan, Mr. '
W. It. Chapman; Ainu a. Mi.-?* Mrstajer. Doora ej?m at7;j; 1
perform mm a t mim ? ai g o'clock.
\/l BOBAN H S UM I . IfO.ffs BEOAffM AT,BETWBBN
If J Grand and Broome streets.--Mon day, April .'10, and every
uiftht until further notice, the original and well-known
Christy'b M>n*trcU--orir??iaed, lS#2--tbe oldest established
company in the world ; the t!?.st to harmonise negro melodies,
and originators of the present popular style of Ethiopian
Entertainments, w hoso success in this city, during the past
threw years, is most conclusive crtilwnce of their superior
merit and attractiveness. Tho Company consists of teu peroriners,
under the direction of E. F. Christy. Doors o|>on
t seven; Concert commences at eight o'clock. An Afternoon
opccrt every Saturday, commencing tl thr 'clook, P. M.
nPAKKRNACLR.?MR. DEMPSTXR. COMPOSER OF
JL The May Queen Lament < ! tin- Irich KmlntBti BHid
B?y, and other popular suujn, will sing on I'riday eveuing,
May llth, at the Tabernacle, his favorite songs." The Indian's
Complaint?Obi why does the white man follow my
path?" "Where the Night Wind Bewnilcth," " Johu Anderson,
mv Jo," " Loft el y Aulci Wife." " A Homo in the
Heart," Lament of the Irish Emigrant," " 1 > -vtl? of Warrui,"
"The Blind Hoy," " Kmoruld l.slo," " I'm alone, nil
ulone," " Tak yer aufd Cloak about ye," "Duncan Gray,"
and hi* popular Cantata, "Tho May Queen," iu threo parts.
f Ickota. 00 cents. To commence at ^ oN loj k.
flMIK D1STINS I.N NEW YORK, AT TDK APOLLO
A Saloon, on Thursday and Friday uext.?Mr. Distiu and
hi* Sims r..kl.?.Ht'ntlv lu . I iWnura n?
on Thursday and Friday evenings, tin 10th midllth inst.,
w lion I hey will perform on their oilrer Sax Horn#, an admired
fantasia on nil# sung by Jenny Liud. The nolo "All is
l oot." uinl the orlobratuil solo on the trumpet, " The Soldier
Tired,' nnd the famous "Echo Hunting Duett" on two
French horn#. Mis# O'Connor will sing " The l.a?t Ko#o of
Summer," nnd with Mis# Distill mid the Itrotliurs is "Glee,"
without accompaniment, nnd Kuveral new .Song#, Duett#,
(tlees, a.e. i'liinist, Mr. Wiley. Ticket# Wl cent# rneii. Doors
open ut 7, concert to oomm'eneu at 8 o'clock. Tickets may be
had at the principal music store#, and of Corhyn and Martini,
Musical anil Dramatic Agents, 4 Harelnv #t.. Now York.
TIIKICK Mdlirs LONGER.-HI.F.KCKKK BUILDING,
corner of Hlceekcrnnd Morton streets.?K. Smith, Manager.?The
distinguished Magician " Fakir uf Avs," will give
four more eutertuiumrnt# at the hall of the above building,
this week, via Thursday, Friday aud Saturday evening#,
commencing at H o'cluea, and ou Saturday nlicruuou at ,'i
1'. M., forth# aeeomini.dation of families mid children. For
5articular#, see hill# of the day. Admittance 33 cents ; chilrcu
accompanied by their parent#, half price.
THE NEW ORLEANS SF.RENADF.RS, AN D OKIU1NAL
iturlesi|iio Dpera Company?Open Every N'iphl, at the
Society Library Koouis, corner of Broadway and Leonard st.
The oldest conipuny in existenoe, and the first to introduoa
and harmonize Ethiopian Melodies. The programme umbrae#*
Grand Sennas from Norma, Linda, Lucre/is Borgia, and th#
popular Choruses front the Enchantress. Admittance 33 ots.
Doors o|ien at 7; Couecrt at 8 o'clock. Couueri every Saturday
afternoon, at 3 o'clock.
\1TAI.1IA1.LA, !W CANAL STREET, NEAR BROADTV
way.?The new and beautiful illustrated Tableaux Vivan#,
from picture# taken from ancient and modern history,
and personified most classically, continue to attract the undivided
attention of a discriminating audience. The Female
Serenade , Singing, Dancing, aud Feats by the Female Acrobats,
render this a charming scene of amusement, nt tho
the small price of admission: to the boxes, 85 cents, orchestra
boxes. 37 hi cents.
THE DUSSKLDORF ACADEMY OF FINS ARTS.?TH1
exhibition of 1'aintings by artists of the above school
trill be open every dny (Sundays excepted), from IV o'clock
A. M. until 10 o'elook 1'. M., at the large room over the haH of
the Churoh of Divine Unity, in Hruadway, bntwweu Spring
and Frincs streets. Admission, 86 cents. Season tickets, until
16th June inclusive. 60 cents. Catalogues, I3S cents.
J EXHIBITION OF TIIE LARGE AN 0 SMALL STEAM
J llulloons in full operation, with appropriate Lectures,
will be exhibited Thursday, Friday and Saturday, at the
t'oleseuiu, 4M Broadway. Tickets (front seats) to admit a
lady and cent Ionian, 30 cents; Single tickets 83 cents. Doors
open at7fv o'elook?commence at 8 o'clock.
PUBLICATIONS.
HP HE NATIONAL FOLIC! GAZETTE FOR THIS
1. week, new ready, contain# some extraordinary (lev elope n.l
ilts, in regard to tlie Very Rev. Bishop Doane. More of
Helen Jew eft's Letters. The great Religions Annivorsary
llumbug. l'ious passages in the life of a Nuw England Divine.
Murder of George Campbell, iu Baltimore. Tremendous Exploits
of the New York Police. Trials nt the Sessions. Police
Reports. More nliotit Tom Hand, Mo., ike. A large amount
ot English, Flench and German as well as Domestic Criminal
News, of the most intensely exciting kind. Hlliee ltd Nassau
street. Sold every were.
FOR SAIsH.
Ieor sale, or to let separatei.y, the Targe
Hotel and Garden, 4th avenue and 3Jd street, w ith Bar
F txtures, Ac., being nt tho junction of the two railroads. Can
easily take j I HO per day. Jtuiuire on the premises, or of
A. J. PERRY, 8 Wall street.
Iluir Seating Factory and Machinery to let, lMKiviugton
strcu t.
1AOK SALE, OR EXCHANGE FOR CITY PROPERTY?A
x fnrm of 7? acres, less than a mile from the railroad depot,
Mnoieon. New Jersey, in perfect order, fitted for a gentleman'#
residence, or a farmer. Inquire of
It. M. TOM'NSKNI), 81 Cedar street.
TO UK LET.
Studios to let.?several very desirable
Studios for Painters and Sculptors, to let in the large
building recently occupied a# a Church at No. 73 Kast Eighteenth
street, near I men Park. Apply on tho promises, or to
T. N. HOI.LISTER, No. ID William sttoet.
rpt) LET?A FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED ROOM,
J. in a small private fumily, where there are no boarders.
The location is desirable, within a few minutes' walk of
Urouduay. For particulars apply tu P. M., Herald olhce.
flM) LET, OU FOR SALE, IN BELLEVILLE, NEW
x Jersey, a two story brick House nnd attic, and garden,
for the summer month#, rent low, 8 miles from the city. Apply
t" Mr. John C. Lot d. Belleville, New Jersey, or to Mr.
John Robertson, 181 VVliter street, Brooklyn.
mo I, E T?DESIRABLE ROOMS, O.N TIIK SECOND
X floor, of the house 133 Mercer street, throe doors above
Prince street. Inquire ou tlie promises.
OFFICES TO LET?ALSO, BEDROOMS, FURNISHED
and unfurnished?in 81 Nassau street, near tho SunuU'toe.
Also, Die storoVifl Gold street. Apply to
tl'liKMS I II ."Nassau street,In tho Hoot Store.
IIOTKL.N.
PIIII.ADEl.rMIA HOUSE?CARl'ETINGS, MATTINGS,
Oilcloths.?The immense wnrcrooms of Carpet Hall can
mc with any etnck in the Union for price, quality or design of
Axminster, Tapeatry, Brussels, Imperial, Ingrain and Ven?tian
Carpets; floor, Table and M agon Oil Cloth ; Window
kbndea, Mattings anil Mats, Kuga, lac., Ike.; for cash or city
acceptances, with interest added. With much aucceaaful
experience ae an importer and manufacturer, for the last
twenty year*, the undersigned atill solicits from the merchant
and houfekonper u continuation of iho furors no liberally
awarded to (lie Old House, Carpet Hall, IS and 19) North Second
street, below Christ Church. J. SIDNEY JONES.
XEf ADAWANUCK HOUSE, STONINGTON, CONN.?
Tf The aubscriher beg* leave to announce to hie former
patron* and the public generally, tbat be lias returned to the
above spacious Hotel, after an absence of three year*, and is
nutting it in order, and will open the fame on the lotli inat.
I he house and all of its appointment* will compare fatorahly
with any similar watering place on our sea shores. In the
management of the house ho will he assisted by Mr. Alonto
It red. families w iahing to make arrangement* fur rooms for
the summer will please address as above.
IIORATIO TU.AKE.
Mi.in iiams' hotei,. fourth street, between
Arch and Matkot, Philadelphia. The proprietwrship
and management of thie well known hotel, (which 1s located
la the very centre of bttainrss.J having thia day passed
into tho hands of the subscribers, they beg leave to state that
it is their purpose to render it worthy of the liberal patruuag*
with which it has been heretofore sustained, and hope, by
unremitting attention, to deserve the patronage of th*ic
friends, who may visit the city on business or pleasure.
C. fc J. MoKIBUIN,
Formerly of the Exchange Hotel, I'itteburgh
BOAltlMNO, Ac.
Boarding.?a j.ady and oenti.eman can iik
accommodated with a pleasant unfurnished room, with
board, hy applying It N Alien street.
ONE OR TWO OENTI.KMEN CAN HE ACCOMMOdated
with furnished Room*. Breakfast, and 'lea, with
Dinner* on Sunday, in a quiet family, w hore no other boarder*
will ho taken, Kelerencc will he required. Apply 1*0 Spring
street.
CisOTHlNU.
PA N T 91 ? 1* A N T S!? FR. AIIRENS, TIIE WEM,known
I'nnts 'tailor, .t!l? Ann street, bin this week received
Dti pieces f rench and Auieri< an t asslmere*, which he
makes up to order, in tho best style, at only $1 the pair.
Also, a large assortment of real frcnch black Doeskins, at
from bf to S7; with a complete stock of while and fancy
l.lntn Drilling, at $3. Genu! if you want good and oheap
rants, call at .!*,' ? Ann street.
Ci I KII.IITO.V FIIOrT PREMIUM JUII HT M AN UPACJo
turer, No. Id Park flaoe, New York, and6 Royal street,
New Orleans.
DEPOT DF. CORSETS FRANCA 19, NEW I'ATTEKNS,
latest ta*lnon, adopted at I'aris among the most fashionable
ladio*, most comfortable and graoetul fur the form, a*
will as tor tho liberty they afford in the movement* of th*
poison who makes use of tnom. To be had only of Madame
I Kbel'hhK, .S-7 Broadway, up stall*, between While and
Vt alkor street*. N.B.?The ladisa will find a new style, very
I COmiunHUH* il#r nurm?n, uvm/ mmvu irvu* ana, nv m TCTJ
modflU price.
r|M> INK I.ADIKS.-PITBB KOHKKTS, 374 ilKOAUJL
way, ha* Just rcoeived ironi Atiutiou, a large lot of lilaok
Lacs Start", s-4 Sliswls, (rich patterns,/ at a vary low price;
also, b-4 illark aud White Nets, for Manulla; hiunroiuured
Cambric Handkerchiefs, Curtain Muslins, vary clump, Chemisette,
Collars, ana Lulls, a gruel bargain; Valenciennes l,aces,
Iiem Is p?r vara, Lac* Capes, (now pattern,) Pigurod Mmlina,
IfcC. fito.
011f??KlslsANKUU?.
A8f'.lfJN KTTK liRANDY, NOW tANDlNO. ?*J
lisll, quarter, anil eighth oasks A, Scignettc Brandy. of
i l.o old nnd genuine lirnntl, landing fro in hugs Aiuolops ana
Nanino, just arri.vd Irotn Koobollo, and for ssla by
8. T. N I LOLL A CO., t>7 and o!< ?ront St.
LMNK ARTH.?A OKNTLIMAN RRCKNTLY A KKI VED
r Iron, Vienna, ban brought from there niteon piecesi ol Oil
t air,tings, all originals, which he Intends to * '' ,, *lU?r
ines ran be seen at !'? Uuane street, from the oth to the Aitb
ol May. Only oonnoissenrsara Incited to see them, and suoh
gentlemen who are aide to pay the due price of a iiuaa and
other distinguished artiste.
PORTA PI K WRITING I>Kf?KS, WORK BOX K4. DRBSSins
( airs, I'ort Polios, Lard Cases, I'eokel Itooke, with
ricr) drs. riplion "I I oilel articles, and Laaoy lioids. The
iInL varum ol 1'orte Monnaiee in the city
largest ??r'K >(.,JUL w KU. Maaufaeturer. ? Maiden Laaa.
PIMPLES NEW TWO-OVK.N KA NOR, YOR 1S4#.-Bnok
Hvcn top. This useful and economical invention
now In operation at ?2 Broadway, where the peelio are
renuostnd to call and esauiiue It. Also, 1'ieroe's near Portable
Itangn, the neatest aad most efficient eras ?Re red.
ORORUl I'lRKCM fc Co.
N B Pierre'* Range* repaired.
n
AnUNKKIKilTRt
n ROADWAY THEATRE.?E. A. MARSHALL. HBO priotor.?'Tbnr-d.iy
evening. May 10, will to noted the
tragedy of (ho <11.ADIA TOR?Snartaotia, Mr. Forreet; Pliaooriun,
Mr. Dyolt; Miirriu.a, Mr. Frederick*; Joviui, Mr.
ache; Enomau*, Mr Matthew; Crixue, Mr. 1'npr; II ran *i-'"if
Seynoldn; Horn, Mr. Moorhouee; Julia, Miaa F.
M alia'k. Scnona, Mr*. ltyott. To conclude with the faroe of
Jt'lR LIFE'S IN DANiSEK-John Strong. Mr. Ifadaway;
Scbpoonenbtrg, Mr. Vaehe; Conntcx I.onadurf, Mr*. Abbotlf
Jcr.ny. Mra. M att*. Urea* Circle and I'art unite, 7i> cente*
1 niuily I irclv, lib cute. Dour* upon at 7; curtain will riao at
7'j o'clock.
Amok m.afk ?>ci.h\ u<n <k \<-hm; manager
Mr. Chippendale?Stage Manager, .Mr. John Sefton.?
lliitui and I'ur'iuctte, $1:^ Amphitheatre, ho ct*. Duore open
at 7. curtain will P*e at 7'. o'clock.?Thnraday evening, May
in will I < acted the tragedy of MACHETtt?Macbeth, Mr Hacready;
Inincnn, Mr. lVcniyra; Macduff, Mr. t'. W. Clarke;
' Itaiiouo. Mr Hradahaw; Malooin, Mr. Arnold; Him Speaking
Mitch, Mr. C'liippenilalo; Second Speaking Witch, Mr. .Mm
Scfton; Third Speaking M itch, Mr. Uridgca; l.ady Macbeth,
Mr* Coleman Pope. To conclude with the inimical pieeo entitled
the t'HAS'l K SA LI.'TK?Derville, Mr. Cooper, Tliiheaat.
Mi John Sclton; Madame Thibeaut, Mra. Maeder.
BOSTON'STUIATBl. CHAMBSM STREET.-TIIURSU
day e\ening. May III. will ho performed, KuMtNCH
AND REALITY? Aaper Mae Icy. Mr. Burton; Oliver Mauley,
Mr Lynne; Frank Meredith. Mr. Jordan; Lavender kidd. Mr.
nay iiihimI; jtit K tit, .Mr. Brougham; I "in liudjur, Mr.
t?n; Williams, Mr. Hurley; Itonn! ?!, Minn Chapman; Barbara
Moo lev, Mrs. Vernon; lilorttioiii, ilr-*. flrou/ham, Betty,
Mtaa Cooke; li uests, hv tin; l.udiaa and Gentlemen nf the Hallet.
The Comedy will eoufllutle with an Epilogue by all the
Characters. II"xei, Dress Circle anil Parqtieite, 80 rents;
Family Circle, -.1 cuate. Doors open at 7 o'eloeli; curtaia trill
rise at half-pan 7.
American museum?p. t. haknum, man a cm
ami Proprietor; J. Greenwood, Jr., Assistant Manager.?
Every day ami evening thia week.?Splendid Performance^
in the afternoon at 3, and evening, at l4 hel re 8. The Maaager
hue encaged the sclebrated Quaker Giant and Gfaata?B
they may be seen at all hours, day or evening, with thai dU
lulnutivi apecuneq of humanity, Tituma, the Fairy Qnoen.
The celt braird Martinetti Family have been engaged, audwifl
appeal at each entertainmuiit, with Monsieur Kllidur, ia thai*
wonderful Gymnastic Perforinancea, laughuhle Pantomimes;
the. Alee engaged, tireat Western, the Yankee Comedian; Mb
11 a men n, the 1 in prompt u Singer, Mr. Chsjnuan, Mr. Copland.
Misn W i'Hi, Minn Burton, AIihs Melville. Mi^hl.ind Mam mots
Brother*. ^i?l?ntlUI paiutiug of the Revolution in Fraaofe
Scripture Siatoury. wax representation* of the &i?m?M
Twins Madame Rook well, the fortune-teller. A4mipMion
2S iMh nhildrKti under M> yearn, \'lx\ oti.
<<FTMIE CAMPBSIX8 ARK COMING." - MONTACJUB
A Hall, Brooklyn, Wcdm-mlay Evening, May V.?Tkn
original and wi?ll-kni>wii I auipholl MinHtrel*, whoao Couoerin
ut the Society Library weru received with the moat dietinguielicd
favor and patronage, for a period of over tive in on the.
Peg to atinouncu to the Indira and gcutleuion of Brooklyn,
that they will give two of their inimitable and highly popular
Munich! Entertaiumcnte, ou Wednecday and 'niurndajr
Eveaiiigii, May D and it); when they will introduce a pro?
graintnu of their own original muftio, dancing, Jfco. Doors open
at k'vcn; oommeooe at eight. Admission, &> cents.
N.ll.?The Cuuiphella will cointueiico a aoriea of their highly
Popular < (inverts, .t the Apollo Kuoma, 411) Broadway, on
Monday Evening, May 14.
Xi. A. KIMBEItLY, Manager and niraotcr.
V A1, X IIA I.I. GARDEN?N E W SA LOON.?FOR SIX
Night, Only.?Unprecedented Attrautiun!?Mr. Maoarthy,
the celebrated Delineator of Irieli Character. of the Theatre
Royal, Drury l.ano and Covent. (iarden, London; aided bf
Minn Fnnny Fraiiier, the heautiful and celebrated Vocalist,
from the I talian Opera House, London, who will aing her meat
favorite Songs?Commencing on Monday evening. May 7th,
and continued every evening thia week, with popular Irish
Kiitcrtnlnmeiita, entitled MIHTII AND MELODY OK THE
KMEKAI.D ISLE?intnraperaud with original Songa, Hketobem
to. Doura open at 7,^; to commence at n. Ticket,25 eta. No
postponement on account of the weather.
yOlOTLANDEKS MICROCOSMIO VIEWS, AT TUB
New Assembly Kuoma, Chineae Maaeuin, Ml Broadway,
?The exhibition of theso novel and wonderful Pioturea wfll
open at the Chinese Museum, ou Monday evening, May 7.?
Thuy coiiBiat of several hundred paintings un glass by thd
moat eminent artiata, reflected through thirtnen-luch achromatic
lenaea, upon a transparent aureen, thirty feut wide?
embracing scones in Italy, the Alps, Germany, Spain, Portugal,
England, France, China, Africa, and all parts of the eld
world, and a aeries of American Views, including Greenwood
and Mount Auburn Cemeteries, New York Hay, ko. he. The
aeeond part will present full length views of Powers' Qreuh
Slave, portraits nf Washington, Taylor, Clay and Webster,
and un entirely new und magnificent spectacle entitled Th?
Kaleideseope. The beauty und magnificence of those views;
cannot be adequately described in words. Parquet tiuketa
CD cents, and sea's aan be secured during the day from 9 t.d
o'clock, by application at the Hall. Admission to at| otkec
parts of the house, 28 cents. Exhibition to oommenoe at 7K
o'clock.
CASTLE GARDEN.?TUB ABOVE WELL ENOOTI
Summer resort oan now be engaged for evening aaaammants
during the ensuing season, ror further partioularb
and terms, apply at the offloe on the promisee, or by IstMK
(post paid) dirsoted to the proprietors.
' FRENCH h HEI3KB.
iiumie.
1) Alt K (j I! IM A K A EN ?.?A I.I, PERSONS AKK POB11
bidden trusting the crow of the above bark, ax the onptttiu
and consigners will not be responsible for their debt*.
PETER LAUHOP, Captain
FOR HAVRE.?TI1E SUPERIOR COPPEKEB ANJB
Copper fastened French bark Armnntine, Capt. Eetabn.
Tor freight or passage apply to BOYI) k UINCKEN.
For ija vre-the superior french snip lovul
Capt. Grcniur, will lail on or about the lat proximo. Apply
to BOYD k HINCKJtN.
PACKET FOR HAVRE-SECOND LINE.?THE SHIT
St. Nicholas, F.veleigh, master, will sail on the 1st of JuMa
BOYD k UINCKEN, Agents, 88 Wall (tree*.
THE BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN R. K.
Steamship* between New York and Liverpool, betweom
Boston and Liverpool, oallinfi at Halifax to land and reoeivk
mails and passe oxers, are intended to sail as follows:?
America,Capt. liarison, from N. York, W*d'day,l6tb k*y.
Hibernia, " Stone, " Boston. ** 23d
Canada, " Judkias, " N. York, " SUth "
Caledonia, " Loitch, " Boston, " 6th Jaat.
Niagara, " Hyrie, " N. York, " l.'itb "
Europa, " Lott, " Boston, " 20th "
Cambria, " Shannon, " N York, " 27th "
America, " Harrison," Boston, " tth Ji|y,
en experienced Surgeon on busrd. Freight will be ehargvk
en specie beyond an amount for personal expenses. AS
letters and papers must pass throexh the Post OAoe. Paseaaa
from New 1 or* or Boston to Liverpool: First Cabin. 111*1
eooud do., 170. For freight er passage apply to
E. CUNARD, Jr.. 38 Broadway.
Directions for pilots-vessels subject to
Visitation by the Health Officer. Every vessel from
foreign port having passengers, and every veesel having ha^
during her passage, any case of Small-pox, or infectious e*
contagious disease?arriving at any time. All vasael* froaa
any port, in the ordinary passage from whioh they must aaak
south of Cape llenlopcn?arriving between the thirty-nrah
day of May and the sixteenth day of Oetober. And all veeaeln
from any plaoe (including islands) in Asia, Afrioa, er Ifcn
Mediterraaean, or from any of the West India, Bahama, Bermuda
or Western Islands, or from any one plaoe in America,
la the ordinary passage from whioh they pass south of Georgia
?arriving b*tw**n the lirit day of April and the Hrst day of
November. ALEX. B. WIIITINQ, HealthOfflosr.
Journal of Comtneree, Evening Po*t and Son, please oopj.
TUB OOL.D COAST.
F"~olT^ALIFORNIA AND OREGON, VIA NEW orleans.?The
United States Mall Steamship Company wtB
despatch on Saturday, May 26th, the commodious and wall
known steamship FALCON,far Chagres, via Uavanaand New
Orleans, and will land er reeeive passengen at the bar at
Charleston or Savanuah. The Faleea will carry out tha
United States Mails for tha Paoido steamers from Panama ta
California and Oregon.
Passage to Chagres in state rooms sue
Do. do. lower after cabin ...11*
Do. do. lower forward oabin WW
Do. do. steerage It
Do. New Orleans in state rooms ib
Do. do. lower after cabin
Do. do. steerage 9
I>o. Havana in the state room W
Do. do. lower after oabin at
Do. do Steerage H
For freight to New Orleans, or passage, apply to
m. o. ROBERTS. 118 West stresk.
DOR CALIFORNIA, THE GOLD REGION.?THE FIRST
X class, A 1, coppered snd copper fastened ship PKOIiUH,
now 1) in,: at pier No. A North River, will sail for San Francisco
on or about tho 16th Inst., positively having her frisghC
nearly engaged, and now going on board. Can haadsomsly
accommodate a few first cabin passengers; also, about thirty
second cabin on deok, at $lir> and found. For passage, and
the bulk of COO barrels freight, apply to
K. B. SUTTON, 84 Wall street, or
JOHN OGDEN, 116 H ull street.
13OR SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, DlRF.CT-POSXtively
lh? hrst and only regular packet?To sail May Mb
The splendid fast sailing packet bark TECUMSEU, Cap*. N.
Richmond, having the the h?st part of her cargo engued and
going on board, is now loading at Pier No. II North fever.
For balance of freight or passage, apply on board, at Pier Nsu
11 North River, or to
JOHN COLLINS, Jr., 74 Soath street, up stairs.
N. B.?Shippers will please send in their birls of lading
early for signature. Passengers by this vessel that have awe
paid their passages, will please call at the oflloe of the MBOt
and settle, in order that their berths may be scoured. Them
is yet room for a few more cabin passenger*. No Mecrags
passengers taken in this vessel.
P' ortable wooden california houses?BUILT
expressly for California, and always on hand at n*. ib
I Broadway, where the emigrant can procure a cheap sad
I comfortable house, of any demensions at short notice.
GEO. FREEMAN k Co.. No. All Broadway.
Iraniuav/tua
T\R T1IOS. r. ROCHESTER (LA r^^f^BRLKKTOli
M.J lloBpititl>. having taken the otflce, No. ttfl) Houston
at reel, fi.uai rly occupied by l>r. Moore Holt, often hu professional
service to Ins friends and the public.
L^VE ANI> EAR. ? A PAMPHLET CAN HE HAU, fREto
-E-d of coat, at Oil liroadway, Oorner of Warren street, uesorihing
liuctor Powell's new an<l successful inode ?f treating
the aftectiona of thoae sensitive and delioate urbane. Recently
iBperti'd, a large supply of beautiful Artificial Eyes. Juat
pulliahrd, a popular Treatiaeon the Eye, thtrd edition. f?Tiaed
and enlarged. l'rioo SO centa, by
James w. poifkll, m d.
Dr. wiikeeer'soffices, ip obie.vwicu strut,
for tlio treatment and cure of ail diseases alfcctfug tha
ejea; also, for inserting Artificial R/cs. ?f which he h*a Juab
Imported from Paris, and are the finest collection in tha
L oiled States. A trcatiae, with numerous caaoa of hu area!
success Iti Dphthalmic Surgery, may be nad gratis, by applyi
tng at hia othce. lioura ol attendant!*, front 1 A. m to 1
i o'clock, I'. M,
HK JMKKIfi a.MII'OTK IS THE MOST KKEBOI
1* tiial preparation eeld for llnnorrhaa and other dUordein
1 ol the sexual organs. Long experieuc# has proved that It will
I radii ally cure any raao. fhi. deairabU re.ult l. obtained t?
from two to ten daya, and aa it neither createe nausea, as*
olteiida the palate, and renders unouutneinry any deviation la
I diet, or interruption to naual pursuits, aouud sleep, or healthy
I digestion. the nuisance la thus rtiuoved aa speedily as ia oeaI
sirtent with the production of a thorough and pennanaaR
| cum. Its ingredients are entirely vegetable, and nw injurious
I effect, either constitutionally or looatly, can be oaused by It*
use Price SI per bottle. Sole Agent for this oity, c. H.
KINfi. IW liroadwsy. oorner John street.
Dr. ralph, author or THE "practical pr?wate
Treatise/' to., ml Oreenvnoh straae?OOtue hoaaal
to 12 a. M., 6 te 9 I*. M (Sunday eacaptad). Those who isffs
ia the early stages will be surprised at tha raaidily and IsMJh
inoonvauienoa attending their oure. It is onielly, ho we mm
those who have suffered from a certain olaas et people, aha
cua properly appreciate hia sarvioas. In stricture, from ten
first, or incipient, to its mora advanced aad distressing stagm
i'lrom uncommon advantagea aad a very axeaaaiee pr?otiee?J
he oan afford a rapid, eaay and radtoal aare, which, ha had
ground for stating, oaa be obtained from no other eonrae to
Antrim,
Dr. morrison continues to re consults
confidentially en private diseases Ulseta, Stnaaanm
v enernal Uluara, aad f.nspllona heourws where others rail^n^
oe.nl oases ourad in a few daya. Narvona and (frgaaia HehWW
he warrants to aura. sea hia Laadea diploma la hit etotfc
>mh Ehltoa atraat. _____
Dr. fawcirn can re coneiurntiali,* uohaallnd
at hu otfla. hi IM,
1'ka sawus* uhdiluim fioldi i<0 hll idtfd# ' W hlm m
eauET ?.ThMMWe"ii pnos.pla dtriotaraa oared aa tha smto
SpraVSd nlan Tha Jiatiiaa of solitaryindalgmsne ana alto
apply, with a onrtatnty of ham, din ? Ihy 'treat.

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