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Mv.MA BT**4wty- iTnidFin MiwfTuri.rT. UTROrOLlTAN U aJLL- Pno?. AnDimtoa'a Bobku iTiTtiitriri. ?aw York, Wednesday, Jan. '48, IBB'4. Summary of lh? ^ienre. Tke general political news by the America from ftorepe, does not poBseas much interest ; but the Intelligence from Francc is interesting in a high degree. M developing the progress of the drama in wfcioh Louis Napoleon ia the chief actor. He has Ml yet proclaimed himself Emperor, but we are Informed that he ia Emperor, to all ;ntenta and pur ?oaea In everything he does, he adopts the sym keif of the empire of his uncle. All his official re ?eptiona take place at ths Tuileries. He is about to aboiifh the National Guard; and when this is Moomplished, and his other plans matured, he will ?all klmseif "the Emperor of the republic." Al taady, as his carriage passes through the.streets, he k greeted with cries of " Long Live the Emperor, ?nisot has rcfueed the Presidency of the new So nate The new constitution has not not yet made Ma appearance. The commercial and financial Mwi ia of little importance. We learn that tkere sailed from the single port of Limerick, dur- j teg the past year, 11.783 emigrants for America. , "We have the melancholy details of the burning of Ike ateamth p Amazon, by thiB arrival. It appears Ikat the burning of the Congressional Library, at Waehington, was msgnlfied, in a telegraphic de? pateh to Ha'ifax, to Washington itself being in tomes. This newa waa carried out by the Niagara to England, and, in consequence, great anxiety prevailed. It appears from the proceedings in the New York Assembly, yesterday, that the excitement at Al kacy . relative to the manner of awarding the canal ?eotraets, is greatly on the increase. One of the ?embers of the investigating oommittee stated ikat they were ready to report upon the first joint ??notation of instruction, but that, in consequence ?f subsequent resolutions, they hid been compelled I* tend to the western part of the State for wlt MtseB, who had not yet arrived. A discussion afterwards spruDg op on the question of how much kard-pan and how much quicksand were to be exca vated in the construction of the canals ' It waa con tended by one gentleman that the State would ke defrauded of at least one million of dollars by the mere wording of the contracta. This subject led to a very spirited and rather angry debate, which was confined principally to the democratic side of tke House It wae a family quarrel, and the whigs very cunningly avoided taking part in the difficulty, te Ike coursc of the proceedings, Mike W alsh got tke floor, and startled the membera and spcctater8 wHk one of hia rough and ready speeehea, in which ke told a great many plain truth? in quite few. but very strong words. He implied that, through the lodging and avoiding of responsibility of members, while, at the same time, they were making a great deal of noise, the whole affair of investigating the ?ontraots was likely to end in smoke. 'I he people of tke State, there is little dcubt, are about to be awindled out of three millions ? the hardpan arrangement will make it four millions and n? veal effort will be made, according to present at> pearatcea, to prevent the ? ?-Kn 1 e feftvd- , Washington correspondent announces that ?i-Senator Lrtmmick, of Md , is to smcceed Hon. feewia Cass, Jun., as Charge at Rome. As Mr. D. * * he probably prove very accept ??le. H is asserted that the naval preparations mw making, are in part for the purpose of teaching tke Japanese to respect the American flag, and not toterfere with the liberties of Amerioan sailors. Another exciting deb ato oceurrcd yesterday in the House of Representatives, on the proposition to ??ntraet with Messrs. Lonelson k Armstrong, of tke Union, for the printing of the census returns. R will be racollected that the resolution expressiy names those gentlemen as the persons with wh^m tke bargain is to be made; and. i I passed, it would ?knt out all other proposers, an J give them what ifir price they might feel disposed to ask for their work The unfairness of this meaBaro is even dis. ??untenanced by many of the mam'-ers of their ?wn party, although othera went so far as to ac knowledge that the reason why they advocated the patssage of the resolution, was becausc it would ex tend employment to theeditcrs of their party organ. Tke discussion was altogether confined to tho de mocrats, who occupied the whole day in quarrelling ?n subjects in which they alone were interested. Tke debate gives a fair illustration of the use made ?fthe pub.ic printing for political purposes. The United States Senate yesterday adopted a reeolation to make all naval appointments for a limited penod. Tne French Spoliation bill was made the social order for the Kith proximo Among the petitiona presented ?as one for a Mint te thia city, and another proposing to carry tbe mails between thia city and San Francisco, via San Juan, at the rate of #.i5o,000 per annum. Mr. Samner got tho floor, on tho question of giving )a*d to Iowa lor railroad purposes, and oocut iod tke remainder of the session by advocating the distribution of tho public lands for the advance ment of education, internal improvements, &c. The working cla3acs in Pittsburg appear to be ?ltremely enthuiiactic in tho cau-e of Hungarian tedependence By tmail contributions they arc ?aid to nave raised a large amount of money, a j portion of which thoy presented to Koseu'.h yester day. on the oecaaion of his visiting them at thoir work-shops, .^ee the proceedings elsewhere. We iearn that another outrage upon the Ameri ear. Hag, similar to that perpetrated by the British bark Express, has taken place in the ?outh'.rn wa ters The American schooner Midas was rcsently tverhnuled by a Brazilian C'uiser, which, a'tcr ransamitig the schooner's papers, fired a ihet nerots her stern on parting %Ve repeat, that the Seeretaiy of tbe Navy should Krengthen our naval loroc along the South American coa-t. This u the ?eeend gross insult to our merchantmen 1 y war vcaeeis of other nations, in that direction, w.ihn a i few weeks. Tne steamer L>t Witt '"i.ntor. sn on Monday iMf., a :ew miles below Veu.j tits, on tlia Mi?cis ti, r er, and th>rt> c( t rer? ? ?o h- a- 4 w?>re diuwncd UUhriiOru vd t ? ta. r... dents ave te e<we so ffquint <? th? that people )??( f<?r t: mi ?.lm t a: regularly as tuey do for the b*ia f'f iiiarria^i s aii'l deaths t.annot seme means k? d?* e*d to obi'-k tvio wholesale slaughter of kuwan being* m ton river1 Maty items of u.terest (oncsmlrg shipwrecks, destructive fires, fit , will te kBEd ;n i*r '??<? ar?| L>c ?ci uuu Th* Movements of th* British Omwvl in I Softh Carolina? N*w Diplomatic Cod*.? We haTejust reoeived from Charleston, S. C., a variety | of paper* and document* containing copies of a Tory curieui diplomatic correspondence which has taken place between Mr. Mathews, the British Consul in Charleston, and the State aathoritiea of South Ca rolina. We have heretofore alluded te this, but now notice it to call the attention of the general government to its character, Us intentions, and the meaning which may be put upon it in Europe. Mr. Mathews, ia this correspondence, assumes diplomatic functions independently of the British Minister at Washington, and without recognizing the general government of the Union. It is in fact a British recognition of the independence of South Carolina, and is practical secession of the highest order. South Carolina, from this date, may be considered as having taken the first step outside the Union? it has even got ahead of the Mormons; they only drove back their judges, witheut saying they would re fuse another batch with more morality and less law? but South Carolina has opened diplo matic communications with British functionaries, and set aside entirely the authority of the general government. We call the attention of oar amiable bat imbecile President, and our magnificent but torpid .Secre tary of State, te the position of Soath Carolina in this Union, and tho assumption of Mr. Consul Matbcws under the authority ol Lord P&luerston. If there is a spark of national feeling in the cabinet, 1 or in the White House, a messenger should be sent to South Carolina, recalling the Consul's exeywtfur, snd demanding an explanation from this new British ' Minister. Presidential.?' The nomination of General Scott for President, by a whig convention in Maine, is not s? important as it looks on its face, for the convention was a voluntary concern? a mere im provisation?and not tho regular legislative conven tion of the whig party. It is an effort simply to make public opinion, beginning down East, flow in favor of General Scott? to bring him up strong in I the Middle, and carry him throngh the Southern and Western States? an endeavor to counteract intrigue* among the whigs at Washington, and to bring oat Fillmore, Webster, Corwin, and Critten den, who will all be candidates before the whig slaughter house. Another movement has taken place at the other extremity, is Alabama; and a similar Union whig party meeting there declared their in tention to form part of a national convention on the Southern Union prinoiplea, and to nominate their own candidate. This, probably, however, ia only meant as the first step of the natural approach, which will end by a junction of the Southern and Northern whigs, in the national whig convention at Philadelphia. We believe that ultimately all tho Union party ef the Sonth? Georgia and other Southern States? Toomba, Stephens, and all? will unite with the Webster, Soott and Seward whigs in the National Convention is Philadelphia. The Forrest Divorce Cabk? The Comments and Opinions of the Prbks.? All sorts of opinions have been expressed, and all sorts of comments have been made, in the newspapers and by the pub lic, upon tho result of the Forrest divorce ease. Bat thoro is one point that appears to have been bat slightly noticed? the moral effect of the verdict of the jury upon society, in the regions of apper ten dom, whether of a fashionable or a fishy character This verdict, rendered on the aide of Mra. Forrest, and walking into the property of her husband to the extent of f 3,000 a year, has not only a pecunia ry, but a moral, bearing. It sanctions the system that prevails in fashionable circles, of sitting up all night, einging and enjoying themselves? of gentle I men serving up wine and water on trays, in the capacity of waiter?; and in the morning, at 10 o'clock, vieiters drinki ng brandy and water, which 1 one of the witnesses (Mr- Lester) informs as, was ! very good. In fact, it sanctions all sorts of doings, of the most singular charaoter, as developed in the course ef this extraordinary trial. It sanctions all he doctrines hitherto taught by Fourier and his diocipio* aootrinM co eloquently advoeatod in the letter of Mrs. Forrest, the new Madame de Stael, and so forcibly illastrated in the practices of her circle of friends. By the ver diet of a jury, therefore, New York has boen pronounced a Fourierite city; and we hava no doubt that after this, tho actions for divorocs brought by tho ladies against the lords of the creation, will > numerous, highly interesting, and <!""? '? P. . i disclosures of the rr^u?nt description, in Dentil of Doctor A. 8. Donne. Doctor A. Eidney Dcane. Health Officer of this port' died at his residence on Btaten Island, on Tuesday morning 27th init. Be had been 1U for son* time, of Fhip fever, contracted in the discharge of hit duties ia impeding the passenger* of a large emigrant ship from Europe He was about forty five years of age. and leave* a widow and itveral children to lament his loss. Doctor Doane was a native of Boston. Mass . and of a bigbly respectable family. Ho received both a classical and medical education at Harvard Cciverrity. and was a medical graduate about twenty four year! ago. He commenced the practice of physic in his native city, but shortly after removed lo N'ew Yoik, where, except in the discharge of his important trn?t at (Quarantine he ha* since reei-i'il and been au active practi' loner In his pro fession. It was not long after his settlement here as a pbyeician that be romuniijul the re-publication of mo dical work* from Kurope, chietiy translation* from the 1'rei.ch and German authors, to wbfoh publications hs Often added practical tut scientific notes. lie favored tbe profession with the fir*t American work on the cholera, which appeared ja-:t before tbe disease broke rut in this city, in lR3'i. His translation , of Mick?ll * rreat work on anatomy, from the German, was his most labored effort Boon after '? <iood's Study of Medicine ' a) peared. with numerous addition* by him* If, and in whith he etubodKid tne views of many of the most eminent physician! of the United Hta'es. all of a practical nature. Ilieoinj .led a work on the principles cf surgery, tud translnwd BUudin M airier, Rod other works on medical practice. No individual in the pro teuton ever possejsed more invincible industry, and nine. perbar? ever did inor? in literary labors !>>ct*r Doane was a scholar in tbe first acceptation of the word. To Latin and G ret K he added a knowledge of the French, German and Italian; and tbe greatest desire of his heart * wrf to diffii'8 the great truths of science and learning (?.'?covered abroad, amonir his o? n countrymen lie was man of fixed resolution; no difficulties ever overcame im With a strong puynical frame. and an energetic talnd. he appropriated ev.ry hour not absorbed iu prac tice, to study and tbe press He first received the appointment of Health Officer for tbe port Of New Ycrk lcom Governor SewaTd, in 1840. and he'd the ?ution for a :erm of three years, wnen h* was ei-creeded by tbe change cif politics in the 8 late About two years since. h? was appoiaUi to the tami office by Governor Fi'b. to succeed Dr. Whiting, of the same politics who had re ;elv- d his appointment from Governor Young As H faith Officer. Doctor Doane was m<*t zealous and devoted in the discharge of hie respon sible duties', to which bU life has been sacrificed, lla is nc w added to the li?t of physicians who have b?en cut off In the ?ervlce as health officers, vis.: Treat, Led >ard. BaU*y,De Witt and others. In politics. Doctor Loan* took an active t ad dscldel part as a whig and was much ctvemed by hi? frlenls of various political parties He wa* a man of ardent tern peran*nt., wurm in his friendships, and of cultivated taste in difl -rent branches of lit?rature. His death will be deej ly regretted by a large circle of acqua'ntance, as one who. in every relation of life, was estimable an d ex emj iary end whe was om.nentlj useful in hie profession, ? nd ae a public man The Italian Opern. 7,a?t e?ea>ng the opera of the Turitane was perform ed at Astor Place. The magnificent Steffanone delighted and electrified the audience wl( a her ecngs particularly the "Qui la voce. She was enthuetae tioally applauded. Balvi who is partly broken down made some buret* oc casionally wh ich were worthy of days gone ly. On the eh'jle. the opera was well rendered en I gave satisfaction The hoble w?e not ?0 well av'end'd a* nival; but the ' andience *?> Vrllllar-t? fie w> men I e.ntifol. and ele. I pan*lydr?f 4. pat '>lar> tv?e r he-d? it f| really ? fire eigl\ an ' n au Hence ?? -.t'u-r an array m . I. ?? ity tii' IvkiJi tr ? ?[ f" ??v i Og with j?w ?!? 1 end ^ri u' er??. tie h ?? s d? it t!, J .?? ?.ii wreathe of i f.naere f r tn>te iu r- .u e ? Mit.j ?? Iree ij. m anl tho | W n>? al?p ba*? si t >/Uhou*, toy i >t< rventlon In ti ettrrs if .r'nd. we u,-- v. *in. ' all intervention. It is wonderful what au effect tilis ojera dress ha* In giving a juTeril" and blooming appeirance lo tbs air There were aome of the Indies, iast nigh: , who | though etri' ken In yars, looked charming and youair as th?-ir daiightera? we 1*4 *l u >rt said their grand daughter* in thetr teens. Now. the audience at Nlblo'e are just as "vealtby as the ! aodience at Marati'k'i ; and they, too, ou^ it to try to b*ve pome <iress nights and come o'lt In their h??*t. th it ! we mey see if they cannot beat the other house In brll- I liancy Thi. ev.tiing both hon.es will open In tha 4* t?r ?Vtr,E' T1" psrfurin#<!. At Nlblo a. ' Bom natabuta M ith tws rush beautiful opera* and two eurh powerful troupe* tha or nteet will be warm and n Wk d u:w?? tlH Hvna We w>b then heth rvecefs Wilful Harder and Robbtry on lh? Bat* I tcry? Mysterious AfUr. ' Apia w? in calWd upon to record one of thoaa brutal murders, | perpetrated by some reek km villains, whOi we regret to ray, too often exhibit their midnight deeda in this metropolis without detection. In this instance a poor inoffentire German, named Charles Qrell, aged about twenty- lour years, who was about returning to his native land, baring received from his parents a hundred guilders for that purpose? amounting to about $40? has been deprived of his life for the sole purpose of obtain ing these few dollars The murder was evidently ac complished on the Battery, near the flag staff; and after stealing from his person the $35 36, which was known to have been in his posteMion. the murderers endeavored to dispose of the body by throwing it over the raiLlii* into the river. with ? view, no doubt, that the tide should carry off the evidence of their avll deed The fact* attending the diicovery of the body, which told that a minder h&d been committed, are dimply as followv.? A Mr Redmond Roche, of No. 2 Harrison street, left his residence about six o'clock yesterday morning, for the purpouo of taking a walk on the Battery for the benefit of hi* health, and when he arrived there it was about a quarter to s?ven o'clock. On passing around on the outer walk next the river, and when near tb? flag staff, he ohserv*d tracer of blood i n the snow by tbe bench, and considerable mora by a tree, where it appeared by the Impressions aud marks on the snow that a struggle of no ordinary cha racter had taken plaoe between some parties. Ou wifc. nesung the blood, tbe exoitemert of Mr. Roche at once aroused, especially wh<n he saw a ueoknrotU'Ht ard a jockft kniie lying on ihe flagging, with m%i>s of blood on them. Tbe tracks of blood were fgilowod up. and found to lead to the railing nei? tbe river wtwrr there were aUo mark* o I blood; and on lookivg down Mr Hoche disticctly saw th<ileps and a cap of the deceased visible; tbe balance of the body was uearly all oovered over witfc snow and ice. Alamed at the dinoovery. Mr. Roche hastened to prorure aesictanoe. lie diJ so, and some parties romiog to his aid. h? re mained then on th? s;>ot until eflicer Oollius aud others atriTed,;who took charge of tne bodv. The de ceased was lying on hie face; and on removing him th?re was discovered r.n awful wound immediately above the right eye, fracturing the rkull in a terrible maauer, from which the brains protruded. The clothing of the de crated watt examined, and tbe pcckets were found turned inside out aud the money gone; showing conclusively, that tbn crime of murder bad been added to that of rob bery. The body was conveyed to the First ward polioe station house. Assistant Captain Snodgraes, of the First ward, with his officers, made a further examination of the place where tbe fatal blow had been struck, and found on the beach several portions of the brain of tbe deoeased, knocked out by the violence of the blow, which, from the appearanoe of the fracture, seema to have been s dieted by a hammer, or a piece of iron of a like charac ter. The deceased was said to be a butcher by trade, and had only been in this country about three months, during which time he had boarded at the house of Henry Welkorscbhiemer, No. 17 Rector street; but ou the re ceipt of the money from his parents to enable him to return heme to Rastadt, situated on the Rhine, he con cluded to leave that boarding house, and asoordlngly quit on Monday morning taking with him the money in question, which he had previously deposited with the landlady for safe keeping, and engaged board at No. 1C9 Greenwich fctreet, kept by Mr. Oraf. The last time tbe deceased was seen alive by auy of bis friends as known thus far, was on Monday afternoon, when he ealled at 126 Liberty street, at about Ave o'clock, wbeu he complained of keadaobo and poured some vinegar on his handkerchief, which he applied to his head, and then left, saying ho was going home to supper, and then going to bed Coroner Ives was called to hold an inquest on tbe body, and yesterday afternoon, at two o'clook. a jury was lmpannelled to investigate the mysterious affair, and endeavor, if possible, to detect tbe guilty partus who, up to this time, are unknown. The following la the evi dence taken up, to adjournment:? Ilenry Weikerschhlemer, being duly sworn, says? 1 reside at No. IT Rector street: 1 ketp an emigrant boarding bouse; 1 have known the deceased ten weeks; about that time he came to board with me; his name is Charles Grell, from Uaden, in Germany; yesterday the 26th inst , ho took his trunk, and left my house about nine o'clock in the morning; he left my house for the purpcte of going to another boarding-house. No. 109 Greenwich street; he assigned no reason for leaving; deceased was a man of steady habits, and always re tired to bod at eight o clock; last time 1 saw him alive was at nine o'clock in the morning at which time ho left my house; deceased had, at the time of leaving my house, to my knowledge, thirty five dollars and twenty- Ave cents, oonslsting of gold, silver, and paper money; this money was deposited with my wife for safe keeping by deceased, and was demanded by him from her at the time he was leaving; my wife paid the mon*y over to deceased; he then left my house perfectly rati fied; and next time I saw the deceased was at the First ward station hcuse; 1 was informed of his death at about ten o'clock this morning; I know of no cirouBistanoee touching the death of deceased; I have four male board ers In my house; they all went to bed between ten and eleven o'clock last night, and did not leave the huiiw until seven o'clock this morning; there is no pxsible way for persons to got out of my house without my know ledge; I retired to bed at about eleven o'olock, having previously locked the door, and arose at about half-past six o'clook this morning. Caroline Walte, being sworn, says? I reside at No. IX Liberty street; know the deoeased; have Known him be t ?een five and six weeks; first saw deceased at her house, No. 120 Liberty street; the first time I saw deceased, a young man named Herman came with bio. and was always with him whenever deceased visited my house; bave cover seen him have any money; saw deceased yes terday. between fcur and five o'clock, at her house; be c(mplained of headache; Herman was not with deceased Sesterdaj ; be said on leaving, that be was going home to id on account of his headache; said be lived at No. 109 Orernitlcb street; Stated no reason for loaivin^ his former boarding house; WM going to hwiu at ??? o.v--?icn street until he went to G-rmany; was. at th* time or leaving her bouse, perfectly sober; never saw him drink anything; never knew him to quarrel with any one and knows <f no cireumssance ?'-cblng his death; the de ceased told me that bi-'""'Qer (ent him one hundred guilders' doe? what time the money was sent. walte, being sworn, rays? I reside at No. 126 l iberty street: bave known deceased six or eight weeks; be come to my bi.use yesterday. (Mondiv.) between three and four o'clock, and rem&iued there till about Ave o'clock; be then left, saying he was going home to No. 119 Greenwich street, to take bis supper and go to bed; I saw no more of deceased till I saw him dead at the station bouse: know of no circumstances touching hia death. 1 rt derick U Craf, being sworn. says ? I keep an emi grant bearding house, Mo. 109 Greenwiah street ; de ceased c ib? to lodge at iny hou!? about eleven o'clock ob Monday morning; I don't know h-jw long be re mained ; I did not tee him any more that day: I de tot knew of any circumstance* attending his death lletry Strul*. being sworn. says ? 1 am barkeeper at No. 1C9 Greenwich street; deceased oame to tbe bouse on Sunday evening, and (aid be wanted board: on Mon day morning, about eight o'clock he b rough:, hi* trunk to tbe bouse, the deceased slept at our house >n Sunday night, and took breakfast before be went for big trunk; about ttn o'clock that morning a young man came to tbe boure and talked with deceased; after that another rain callid. snd asked I or tbe "butcher;'' I did not know ktn he meant, and be went away; about one o'clock thismiin called again, in company with a large nun r.au.ed tieroard Bates; the deceased was then in. and spoke to them, and they went in another room und had a long talk together ; the man present, calling himself l'ates, is the large man I alluded to above ; I know ( f no clrouiuttano*B touching tbe daath ot the de ceased . Redmond Roche, being (worn. ?ays? 1 reside at No 2 Ilarri-on street; I left my house about a quarter past ! eix o'clock this nurning.to take a walk for my health : I in crossing tb> Battery, a little thin side of tbe flag staff. 1 raw traces of blood on the snow. Inside of the aench I slid outside of the same, between it and the railing, and also on tbe railing; a neck tie of deceased was lying <>n ! the walk, also a kbife; cu looking over the railing, saw a cap next to the shoes of deceased; the rest of deceased's body waa nearly covered with ice and snow: 1 notified a I second perst n, arid a third person came up; he volun teered to 'ntorm tb" police: X remained till the officers I enme; 1 le?t giving the officers my name aud residence Dr. Llddeli. be'ng sworn, slid ? I reside at No. '.<$ | Prince stmt; I have made a nut mortem examination | of the body of til* deceased, Charles (irell. assisted ky I Dr Van Li? r, sort found an extensive simpound frac ture <f the fiontal bone with deprewion of manyofth^ i pieces; the ?eat of said fracture wm directly above the ! right eye, extevdiog backwards to. or near to. th? coro j nary (stun. There <as s^me coagulated bloed in tbe feat of the fracture, and the dura mater lying beneath bad beeu torn through, the portion of the anterior lobe of th*- cerebrum. lying beneath the fracture, whs pulpi&ed to some i xtent. and ln<rated with blood; there was a coasid'table quantity of bloody serum about both the cerebrum and cerebellum; the left I'jng was congested, and odematcus; tbe stomach ooiilttoed about one <ju?rt of dark colored fluid, mixed with food; we sup posed this fluid to be German betr; the coati of the st< mach were natural in color and consistence; the b' art loin, and Intestines appeared fo bo natural; In the opinion of depoutnt. the cau?? of death was oom p' ULd oomiuinuted fracture of the skull, oocasijued by a heavy blow or blows with some blunt instrument Before the adjournment, the man named B?rnard Bates, a blacksmith >y trade, alluded to la tbe evidence of Ucnnr ftrube, was arrested by the police, and brought before the Ccroner. on suspicion of being concerned in the murder. The Deputy Coroner discovered blood on the prisoner's coat, which may. on a further examina tion to lay. Wad to other facts. whereby th? guilty parties concerned in this brnial murder may be brought to justice. Tbe Corou?r will r-?am? the further exami nation at eleven oVctk this foreseen. The Forrest 111 voice Caie. SI fVRKlil Cut LT? MKCIrtT. TKKM to-t^re cht'f iti'liae <j'?kley. J *i?. 27 ? the opening oftheOwirt this morning. Mr. O'Conor. em?,sel for Urn t'prreti. presented a motion for jud^mn t t"l n ftie ?i"diot OMatving ii>e laarriage con tract t) at tbe Coort pass upon th( atucdtlv P f alimony ?-ad fix tie ? n?n? at t3bCV pe-y-ar.a.id thata propsi >'? !>?#? be t *o< U' Uie plaintiff for the expenses of the tii t!oi ?< b* ?' tt.?d t y tbe Judge who tried the action, and ,i d ? tih taxulon of the costs Mr 0 tl?^or in support ot his motion entered into % tee?' ^lp(ll a'rBU'. U ' !?' ? to authorities ?t.l decisions, la oases n ( n wi t p' rslitl. ?. r Vi ?! jtuien KiOVed that all prficeedlngs on tbe part C ? . sniitlft be stayed ? Jays fo enable tb? defend ed t i make a cn*? or bill of exceptions in this oantie ; i d ou the s<rvtce of a proposed ease, or Mil of exoep fi"iit. on thi plaintiff within that time; ti.on that the rntry of judgment, ami further proceedings In tbis ^euso, on the par* (f the plaintiff (except to proposed amend ments to ?ucb case or Wiii of exeeptiona) be stayed until the heaiiig and final decision of a taction for anew trial; ai;d that it be further ordered that the motion for such new trial be first heard at the amoral term of this Court. Mr V?n Duren was heard In support of his motion, and was replied to by Mr. J Conor. I u ige Oakley however, svTgested that the motion might be made In a less for nial manucr In Chambers, and that in the meantime, as be was not exactly posted up In tbe requirement* of the new code, he would require some days te examine and ociisider the question Involved and would bear counsel ip tbe matter on Saturday morning neat. ??rlii* A mora. Thk BTKAMtHir F i.oniisA, Cept. Lyon, arrived ytmtm day narnug 'rom Havitnnah. We received by her fiiUs of flavannah papers, in advance of the mall, through the pcH'-eten- of llr. Purser Culver. The Steamship Bo'-tmi rj?eb, Capt. Foster, arrived yeft?rday morning fttn Charleston, the purser of which politely luroished as with Alles of Ute Charleston papers We are al*<> indebted to the attentions of the Cuirt<$ton Cvuttrr tCT late New Orleans papers. Malta for Europe. THK NEW YORK WEEKLY IIBKALD. The British mail steam&htp Asia, Capt. J udklns, will leave this port at noon to- day for Liverpool. The Kuro pean mails wilt close at half. pact en o'clock this morn ing. The New Yea* Weekly (Ieiuld will be published at half- past sine o'clock. Its contents, printed in Preach and English, will embrace the conclusion of the Forrest rase. Fing'.e copies. In wrappers, sixpence. Selling O IT T. Suil tl? , Jr., 104 Kiiltun Blrett having determined to enlarge bis atore, *iil now re'l c IT his l?r*c stock ot roady made Clothing. n? ?adoc d price* Thoee who wish to repieuUti their wirl ? be, *ili had it a favorable oppurt'initv. *? ie hesvv stock or win ter stods must reduced, and preparations wide iorepncf bufcir em. A Vulvar Person -would a?iy ,?? X Shirt's ael iri r, hat matter about the thape t" ?av ihe imps is everything Leoa at the unrivalkd thirls .u?w to order by GKtBN. 1 inter House. Their ooatour. th) aSO? rsey with which they (it. the Mro'kmaBBhip material, e?t, a'l nark tteia ctnphiticsliy ?cU:o ehirts ot gentlemen . Flcgnnt Krldnl Cardie, Knvelopes, Cake Pexos, Hid Bridal Wat. rs. o( (bela'ostand uioet i'aihiona ll? ttyles, can be had *t KVBUt^KiiL'S. Broadway. oor mr of Pi.aiio street. Kr. Krerdcll bus a braouhitjre at fio i.'i Wall street, for tb? aocomniodaeion oi his down t.*n customers. Crying Bablti-Crjliig Uablci-A large snprly, embracing all ?lies of tho?e miet curious aal inter esting Babiee.jue' reejived at TCTTLE'3 emporium ?t fanoy *o.'Js. nuveltiea and toys, No. .445 Broadway. Also, always ou l.and, a a. *e M.sortmeut ot doiis.of all kinds, Ireseud ind undieteod, be., be. One of the mo?t spirited, liberal, mid quiet parties that Yonkcfs hag teen favored with this seas >11. w\a some thirty butchers, mainly (rem Wathington and Clinton markets, a few days einoo. Their dinner was ordered 1, .-. C . Corson's new and spacious housa at King's Bnigi; from tlicnce vi.fjr rroewded to Vonkcra, tailed on Or. Kelilngcr, and rave him, a liberal turu; from thence to the Village, and was extremely liberal and orderly to Messrs Uesrgc Thomp son and K. Dark; returning to Mr Corson'a. they were fur nished with a sumptuous dinner In Mr. C.'s usual style, finished and trimmed up With those splendid oyster* from the Dyckraan Creek, near the Bridge. They returned early and orderly to the oity -os their war. taking clean down everything on the road (or speed and brilliancy of turn out. The Butchers of New York oity can always do it, when they sot about it. Mo class of men have better boraos and support the various publio ^houses so liberally a* do the tut-hers geneially. Odd Fellows' Hall .?By reference to our advertising columns it hill b? seen that the sploniid Hoa taurmt, located in this building. Is lor sale. It ii a rare chance fur a man of oapital to onter into this kind of busi ness. We rv >t 10 learn that Brother Perkins has caught t fan Oaltforn ia epidemic, and nothing but a trip to <1 Dorado will satisfy him. Gray. Red, or Unsightly Hair can easily and initantly bo converted into a beautiful black or broivn color, of the moat permanent and natural description, by the use of Bogie's Electric Hair Dye. The operation is magi cal, while the beauty of the color i* perfection. This, wiih iicgle's Ujperion Fluid, for the hair, andother preparations, may be had of A. h. & D. Bands. 100 Fulton street; Rushton, Clark & Co., 273, and J. Milhau. ISJ Broadway; Wm U. CarySt Co , 240 I'earl street, and by tbe druggists and per fumers throughout the world. Oxygenated Hitters.? The astonishing success of this medieine in the worst oases of Dyspepsia is owing to its pec. liar tonlo proportion. and being entirely free from aleoholij stimulants it produoes no reaction or unpleasant sensations. Ample testimony from well known oiluene will be found in the pmphlets, to be had ol tho agents gratis. Sold wholesale and retail by A. B. ?i D. bands, Fulton etreot; C U.King. VJ2, and A. L Sooville & Co., 316 Broadway, and by th? druggists generally. For Chapped Hands, Salt Rheum, die., fco , the India Rubber Gloves and Milts are now acknowl edged to be tho belt remedy ever disooverei. They are ! almost as handsome as kid. For sale at Wm. Baker (.SB* ; Broadway; Bsjd & Co., Bast Broadway, and st all the lub ber itorea. Wigs and Toupees.? -Batchelor'a Nets style ol Wigs are pronounoed the most perfeot imitation of natnr* yet invented. Those wanting a very superior artiele. should call at BaTCHBLOR'S celebrated W ig Faotory. No. i Wall street, where ean be found the largest and b'dst as sortment in ths eity. Copy the address. Gourand's Liquid Hair Dye Is without exception of reservation the very bert ever invented; equally celebrated is Qomrand's Medicated Boap, for ouring pimples, freokles, sallowness, chaps, ohafes, roughness, bo. foudre Bnbtile uproots hair from any part of the body. Liquid Koupe, Lily White, and Hair Gloss, at G7 WalVer street, near Broadway; Calleader, M South Third st., Philadelphia. Hair Dfs.- Batchelor's celebrated Llq uld Hair Dye Is the best yet discovered for ooloring the hair or whiskers, the moment it ia applied. The wonderful ease and eartiinty with which this lavorile a id old established Hair Dve performs is astonishing. It is for sale, or applied, BATCHKLOR'S Wl| Faotory, No. i Wall street. Copy (he address. "He that will not while he may, when he will, he may have nay."? Those persons in consumption, orha-ing triends to: low to fret eut, should avail themselves ofthe opportunity row eflered by Dr. WATTS, who has sixty-three patients now under treatmtnl; and to-morrow being one of the days for the fiee d.stribution of the Norvous AMidola, most nf them will be at : he o thre, <24 Ore n?rioU ?tr?;t. ? " ?" O urs " ' n a z All in tons ted are wel C'lnc TO Mtesd. M. * U.. ?.r.a, ??? sr.. tan str??t* honky barks t. Tvlsdav, Jan. 27 ? 8 P. M. The thro? lending railroad securities ? Harlem, Erie and Reading? wore In active demand to-day, st prices I current st the close cf th? second board yesterday. Most of the transactions were on time, buyer 's option. Seve ral fancies which have been quite dull for some time | past, have become pretty active, and prices are steadily ! noviBg upward. Delaware ant Hudson, Morris Canal. 1 and Reading Railroad hare all moved forward together. It is said that the advance in Reading has been caused I by the dangers existing relative to the navigation com panies connected with the coal trade. It is represented that upon the breaking up of the Ice and melting of the deep euows, the Bohuylkiil and Lehigh canals are sure of being utterly destroyed According to the statements ot the bulls, these valuable works are going to be totally 1 annihilated, and nothing will be left but the Readiug Rallrcad and the Morris Canal to supply the demand for anthracite coaJ in this and every other market. These stories have, no doubt, Induced many out siders to purchase thie stock; and it Is osr impres t-ion that they will get sick of their bargains before the lapse of many dtys. They will find that th* Reading Railroad has the same competition to contend against, the same ruinous rivalry te go through with, and that all the reports relative to danger* and damages from the breaking up of winter are without foundation The inconsistency of inflating Reading Railroad and Morris Canal upon the same basis la so palpable that we do not see how any one of even a moderate amount of I common nense and discernment can help seeing it. Ia I the eTent of the Schuylkill Canal being seriously injured | by freshets. tbe Heading Railroad would, without d?ubt, | bo immensely benefitted, but it would 1m difficult to I chow how much tbe Morris Canal would be ben?litted in I the event of the Lehigh Canal being much injured. It is well known that the Morris Canal derives nearly the whole of its business from tbe Lehigh Canal; and, what ever happens to suspend navigation oa the Lehigh, of oourre operates directly to the injury of the Morris Canal. The Lehigh Canal is as safe as the Schuylkill, and it is all nonsense to inflate Reading Railroad a&d Morris Cabal neck upon a similar founda tion One or the other mutt break down, and tbe fact that the same argum?ut is ased to attraot purchasers for each, shows that tbe bulls of Wall street .ook upon outriders as a "re flats, who are ready to bits t any book, no matter bow flimslly baited. Suppose a great frerhet hhouid oocur? it doe* not follow that either tbe Lehigh or Schuylkill Canal would be injured, for we know that they were never iu better order or oondition throughout. But we will even go further, and sup pose they should be seriously injured? what would bs tbe effect ? First, to give fur the time the monopoly of tbe transportation ol aoal from tbe Schuylkill region to the Reading Railroad ; and, second, by suspending na vigation almost entirely upon the Morris Canal, during tbe continuance of the difficulties on the Lehigh. It would be well enough for the uninitiated, poor, ereduiou* outside speculators to lock deeper into the reports emanating from either bull or bear operators In Wall street, before they take lor gospel truth all they bear. If outsiders were given to unJer staud that such and such a fancy stock ad vanced or was sure to advance. In consequence of cer tain cornering combinations, or in consequence of a large quantity of tbe stock having been taken out of the mar ket for oertain purposes, the upward novsment of prices Would bs better understood, and the result of operations more satisfactory, Men of mi-ani? woull then oome for ward more freely anl tu're confidently, and take ail the risKS of tbe game, the s\me as they enter all other s|>*,?a. latlons Instead of tl iS, th? most absurd stories of i n jirovement In br"losM in the finances in the dipsj and in '-he f nerul r?*onroe* of some particular stock, ate frtm Mvjih t< 'lm- tr*< ly circulated snd outsiders are prevailed i>potj. i y false representations, to make invest- ( meets whit !i aresnr* t?< mm out unfavorably, to say the leart This <_ ,e *ts them with everything connected with stock \<eritM pr, sua Uiej leave tbe street witha detetmlnsti n u> er to c. take sno'ber operation In it. Many adhere to thu re>. ive.and ma .y 4o not. There is rot mor? than od? .rd?ti' n oat of a dozen, In prices, tbe result of actual 'uij n .enient in the value of stocks Nearly sil the eirarsr.or -irrnr p il'dlcally snd have nothing to do with the r?*4 o?c Jition of tbe aifairs of the com pany represented. The variations in tbe (potation* for stoeks, today do not amount to much At tbe first Board Reading Railroad declined \ per sent ; Norwich and Worcester. '4. Kris Rallrcad advanced ,'j percent; Hudson River Railroad, Harltv CftnUoCo;\'j Delaware and Hndeon. '?? At tb? second Bond, Reading Railroad tell off \ par r>Et; Harlem, X; Norwich and Worcester %?' Erie Railroad. >? At tha close thw? waa a doll feeling in the marktt. and the impression waa pretty general that the reaction would continue several days It 1a impos sible to tell. from ona boor to anolher. what coarse things will take in Wall street. A stroop. Arm, decided move* ment mar contlnne two or three weeks; but the weak 11' tin dashes we have experienced lately do not amount to much, and rather ebeck than advann* the real expan ficn cf the season The receipts at the office of the Assistant Treasurer of this port, to-day, Amounted to (83 867 31. Payments; V 51.7 J 9 llalanw. *2,226, 220 69 Th?? Leather Manufacturer*' Bank has made a half yearly dividend cf fire per cent on the capital stock, payable on the 2d February. Stock Exrhang). $'iP(X) r B Covpon 'Ca,.,H21^ 250 sha worth Cs btiO h awi Erie 7'a '69 10.1>? 410 do 7*1 a?0 Brie T? 71 97 K 280 N Jeraov Zinc 11)2 row) do WO i)i*i WO Nor & Wot KK..II) 61 16UH Irie Onv. 02. . . . ? 110 do . . b<M St* 4UW do KT'v 100 do btiO 61*| .?'0 ibs Dtl h Uud, lull.. ll*? 25 do 61 do ll'i '.i 60 Ports Dry Dook SU * Ut'ttt, Utkb par 20M?dCe !ad !??>* (i Ik Hi ait oIN T ... fl'l 25 Chomunjt Rlt 85 1 bk N America ... . I'JJ ]49 jludc/n River UK . . 61 47 ' Ca?t< n Co ??>,' 75 do bOO eix IK) u bo9 W-V lOORcadiBRRR C3? 10 d ?0 do b3 fK 23 do (*>. .100 do C'1'4 Iff I fri RR alO 7f& i00 do 110 63*2 60 do M0 78 ,150 do 63>? 4f0 do 0 79 100 do aflO 160 do MO 7 OU >"0 do s?0 60 do b30 7S?s do blO (13 60 do alO 79 1(0 do alO 63 Ign do.. M0 7SV 100 do ?3 63 160 do c 79'4 1C0 Harlem RR 70'^ 10 1 Harlem RR t0 do b30 7?i>i JSW do 70 100 do 7r4 300 dc blO 70 SECOND BOARD (1'tOO Erie Conv. '71. . . . 1*2 160 aha flarlnn RR. bCO 69 40 (1 trie Ir.oome 9C 100 do 0i>* Oft 21 ?bn N V & N Haven . 112 100 do op* (** 5 Uud River RR ?1 60 Nor & W'or RH 60G 5> do 61>i 100 do (30 60W 1M do 6,1 25 do 60)? '0J do V3 63 60 Erie RR btiO 80 60 do b3 6.V4 100 do 79X 50 do 6;i 160 do 7 9*2 100 do aCO lil'4 100 do b!MI 80 200 do 62 100 do b?0 79V 60 Ctntou Co $"4 150 do al 79*2 60 do bGO 69 150 do 79 60 do 68l4 60 do ,b3 79 1( 0 H?r)era RR .... b'#) tf9 AJf KiTMBrttl IEMBWB1 KVfiKI DAL PKMSONAU I AXES TDAYII.- IT THE WIDOW OK CHILD OP " James Thayer, who died at Gosport, Virginia, in 1824, ..11 1 apply to the undereigued. they mti hear of something io their advantage. J. W. BALDWIN, Attorney, fco.. No 3D Namau street, New York City. INFORMATION WANTED OP A BOY NAMED WIL liara WylHams, who left hi* father'* protection in January, 1861, then roaiding in 46 Greenwich it., New York. Said boy waa a native of England, tea year* old; (lightly, made, intelligent, and had a deop soar upon hie right elbow join* Any information of him wonld be thankfnllv received, or should this meet hii eye, by applying to Bavid ilenderaon, Jeracy City, he will hear of something to hii advantage. dl tA REWARD.? STOLEN FROM TEE BUBSCBIBER yptlv/ on Thursday laat, an Arabian Spotted Horae, filver plated Harneaa. and a light Bleigli. Tlia horse ia near fifteen handa high, bob tail, thin mane, and two white hind feet; the front of the aleigh haa been repaired, and had, when taken, a prising coat of yellow paint. Twonty-five dollars will ba Eaid for the hone, aloigh and harness, and |26 for the appro ension and conviction of the thief. R. B. WALDRON, Hoboken, N . ,L_ (ftl/i HKWARD? LOBT, IN COMING FROM FELT'S yj) Iv bookctoro. in Pearl street, N. P., to Fulton ferry. Bruuk'yn, to the corner of Prospect and Pulton streets, a Porn, monnaie. containing from fifty to seventy-five dollar*. The tinder will receive the above reward, with the thank* of >1* owner, by leaving it at the residenoe of Mr*. A. S. Van Ktmer. comer of Prospeot and Fulton streets, Brook lyn REWARD.? STRAYED, ON MONDAY EVENING, ? tae 26th instant, a young white Lap-dog; lias long hair, a long nose, and a email mouatache, and anawera to the name ?f Kossuth. Whoever will rttnrn him to No. 90 White ?treet ahall receive the above raward. LOBT-IN THB NEIGHBORHOOD OP MADISON ?qnare, a Beotoh Terrier Bitoh, anawera to the name of Beae. Had on when lost a leather eollar, turned up with white, the find*/ will be liberally rewarded by returning her to 26 Saat Twenty-third street, or 86 William street. LOST.? A LADY LOST A GOLD BREAST PIN ON Sunday evening last, near Bay. Mr. Beeoher's Congre Rtional Churoh. The tinder will be amply rewarded by ivmg it at the Globe Hotel, room No. 22 Pulton street, Brooklyn. Lost -a diamond breastpin, im Broadway, between the South ferry and Prince street, either ia an omnibus, in the street, or In some (tor*. The tinder will be liberally rewarded, by leaving it at 65 Pin* street. tJTOLEN, PBOM 78 MULBERRY BTRBET, NEWARK, 0 New Jersey on the evtning of th? 23d Inst, a double eased Patent Lever Watoh, white dial, with Roman number* on it. All pawnbrokers are requested to stop it, and to send word to the Chief of Polioe. Any person returning or giving Information so a a to lead to it* recovery, will be handsomely rewarded. _ CTOP THIEF,? STOLEN, PROM NO. 82 EAST TWEN t3 ty-third street, on Sunday last, during the tire, several articles ot Jewelry, among which were tho following, vii:? One chased single diamond ring, white setting; large Cor nelian ring; two enff pins; large gold ting, white stone, marked on the inside " G. B. Hall to E. 8.S.;" hair ring, marked "Josie," on a gold plate; large white lava pin, re presenting a woman'a hoad, with wlnga ct an owl. &c , Sin. A liberal reward will be paid to any person, giving auoh in formation aatball lead to the recovery of ail. or any portion JtWVUV flepald'fo'r'the diamond ring aljnV!*it being'the gift ot a deceaaed relative. Jeweler* and Pawnbroker* pleaae notice. POUND? ON FRIDAY LAST, IN THE BOWERY, A Pooket Book, containing aome paper*, and a email amount of money. By proving pr?r?rty the owner can have it, by applying at 774 Broadway, near N inth atreet. IOCIKTY MEKTINGI, ETC. IO. OP O. F.? TO THE OFFICF.RB AND BROTHERS ? of Acorn Lodge, No. 237, I, O. of O. P.? You are hereby notified to attend a special meeting of Acorn Lodge, No "Iff. on Thursday evening, January J!', at their room, National Ilall, Canal street, as business cf importance will be brought before the lodge. Signed. THOS. STOREY, Seo. T1UK MILITARY. Armory, ?*? broadway, jan. 27. imi-city Guard ?The ofheers, non commissioned oBicers. and privatea of this command, arc hereby ordered to aaremhle at the Armory, in full fatigue, on Wednesday, Jan. 2". at eight o'olock P. M- PAUL V. BON DON, Lieut -Commanding. E. Hbddbr, Orderly. IMBTKUCTIOH. BOOKKEEPING. ARITHMETIC, * c., THOMOCGH L Y taught, by W. J. KEN TILLS, .'-<9 Broadway. Each stu dent ia separately instructed, and ia enabled, with Ueility, to practice the knowledge imparted to him. Open day and evening. Terma reasonable. INSTRUCTION IN SPANISH.-PKOPEBSOR VINQCT, of tho New York University, will commence two new olajaes, one for gentletren and another for ladies, to-day, 1 Wednesday), from four to tire for ladies, and from seven to eightfor gentlemen. Terma, ten dollaid for twenty-four leaaona. Apply at 11* Chambers street, at anytime after three o'clock. INSTRUCTION,? A FRENCH GENTLEMAN. PROFE9 sor on the violin and the French language, wishes to tmd a resrootable family, where hie lessons would be oons idered as acdnpensation for his lodging and breakfast. The best of city references wl 11 be given. Please address a note to Mr. B , box No. 921 Post Otfioe. TllK BALL MKABON. HBNKY WELLS and BIB SINTER MADAME H Wlarellt* Aoademy tor Dancing and graceful deport aent. at the Btuyviaant Institnto, 668 Broadway.? Now term icmmonolng Classes for adnlte, Mondays and Thurs days, morning nnd evening; olaase* for me?t?rs and miasea Wednesday* and Saturdays. At 8 P. M. honr* devoted t* speelHl ola**e* and to private lesrons. THEFAINE CELEBRATION BY BALL AND BllP ? '"'S'.JJUHday, ">e 29th of January, at tho < ??ino, (Chinese Hall.) MU Broadway. Dodworth ? Bind. Various addresses. Ball tiobetr One Dollar, to b? ha t of G. VALE, Beacon office, 3 Franklin Square, aud of the oommittoe. MUSICAL. AHDV LATELY ARRIVED mow ITALY, WHERE ?he baa aung with great <-!*?. ii deairou* of obtaining an i ngtgeraent for a profeaalonal ?our in the Uaited State*, and wonid have no objrotion to go to California and Texaa. Shell a pupil of tho Royal Academy ol Mnaic, London, Ik o. For particular* apply to W. l/ayea, Klq., 1 Naasan ftifet, New Tork. UCnifBERTn & CO.'S MUSIC depot, m BROAIiWAV, t? icapecttnlly invite the public to innpeet their ironenee ?took of rnnnle for Voise, Piano for 2, 4, tf, and ri hand*, for Organ, Violin, Violcnotllo, Uarp, Orcheatra, lie., in every ? tyle, for vlrtucaoj and beginnera. (The grcate*> aelaotion in the United Statei, worth tiOO.OOU. ) Ordera for foreign and Amerioan music will be Attended to with pumptaea*. IIOnKSTKADI. I^niRD MANHATTAN BUILDING ASSOCIATION.? Three month* line*, and tha Seoond Manhattan lluild in? Association waa formed, and elected John N.Genia, Esq . President: and *o unexampled ha* been it* luoceni thai the Third Manhattan Boilding Aaaoeiation ha* he n formed, under the act of innorparation ; and an opportanlty I* now offered to all who donira to aubaeriba for aharea, and pay tha entrance fee thereon of one dollar, at th* office of the He?re tary, No. 15 Sprnoa atraet, aeoond floor, front room. Bharea, $SIHI . monthly dun* 13. / . W. WESTON. Secretary. _ VHAVBliLMar 9UIDB. NEW YORK AND PQILADKLPS I A DIRECT.- lT. 8. Mall and fxpraM Line*, throagh in 4 % honra. N. J. Railroad, via Joiaay City, leaving Now York at d A. B., foot of Cartlandt itreet; 3 A. M. and S P. M., Liberty itreet? leave Philadelphia, aamo honra, from foot of Walnnt itreet. Pare reduoad to 13 for ftrat elai*. and S2 80 for *e. eond claaa. Baltimore, Washington, and Chnrltaton through tlsketa cold In the above linea, aud through luggage carried In trie ? ?' *? 1'n* 'r#,n *ew through oon. dnators. ? ("* AM DEN AND A M BO T RAILROAD LINE, F.?ii PUI J ladUphia, at Kla'clock, A, M , from plo:' t o ), North flrjr, lot t of Battery placo, by tteamboat JOB N "OTTBH. dally (n-'adayaeioeptod) arriving at Philadelphia a? 2 ?? P H F-.r:. kii; second olau, f i; amigrant linr at3><?*. V f m. t ; ?<l I. BLISS A?enV I'H'HIil'Oi An, A^B II. PtlDlfeCViCUIfOlli lAIXPMSI,! IIOA D ? i>ea- M ai1, 'tha n'ideraipnod, liavlngf.>naev<? M yeari err. ?r ga?e1 in the ?*! ro?? buaiueaa with huifnrw Ai Co, reipeeifu'lv nan' n iti' ihat they are now prepared to srane. pir? b?twe? a hew I or* and San Praucino atthemoat raatcaat'e iat??, ?r.<l wi?h aa great despatch a* any other ?XTr.ca ei?.p?ny fai ?*?(> ticket* on the now. arlandid , denote ? m'I"' st?aui*hlP : .KKIIA NEVADA, I Mil Km, ?oai,-.iai. d?d I ? t) a i opntar and aipericaaod Captain J. D. Wk'tcn, lata cf the fmpire City, fan be procured at the lr*?nr?>> A. R. PRID* A Co., 3 Bread (treat. RMEAL 1ST AT* AOENCY.-A REGISTER HILL BR kept at Paraon'* Agfa iy OOlae, No. 312 Broadway, up tiair*, rrem No. 4. Partlo* Fishing todisp.se of land*, house*. lota.wl'd landa. hote'i, raetanranta.porlar hon***, ar any d'acriptiin of tanamei.M.ean have them pot in the mar ket, tftt tl clues. *1 k?v:&c a ioouHWa af n*twi|. FORK ST DIVORCE CASE. Tub roRHSBT divorce bdit.-tbib exteaordi nary trial, which kas naw oocnpled the thiCoaritrui; eljht daya. U drawinc so a clo'.e. A foil and impartial re port of the evidence speeohs of aonnaaL and th? J ndjre'a chare*, will be published in pamphlet form, by the law re* porter ot the Herald, immediately oa In termination. It will be tbo only authentio report published. and those who are deairoua of a complete and verbatim edition, ? ill order the Herald reaort from DBWITT fc DAVXaPORT. Book sellsrs, M e? York. 1'HE LAW REPORTER OF THE NEW TORE II ER ald, in furnishing this elaborate report of this most extraordinary and very inUroati?K trial, which baa eitended over thirty two days, twenty-eight dtys of whiob were hi? ewn Individual labiir. feels muoh pleasure In expressing hia acknowledgment! to hie able aisoolates, Mesars. Hear; Q. Oaves and Alfred Wei Ilarcombe, as well u to Mr. John Mollaly, tor tboir valuable aseiatanoe during the Bumming ap of oourael ai.d tl'e Judne't nharge. Ho baa also mueh sa tisfaction in r ferring to the opinion uf the Ohief Jantioe. ex - prepend more than ones duriug tl.it trial, aa to the aoauraoy of bU report. Tto (olio wing testimonials wul vpeak tut th'.'BseJvot TESTIMONIAL*. 'We have looked over the report of the Pervert Divorce Our, by the Law Reporter of ?.ne New York Herald, and no far as w a have ha*l time to eaan-ioe it, fiive been pleased with its ,iFBtral aocuiacy. . ? , VAN M UKIN & RomIN'SON, Ptttnaaat s Aitarnays. N?w fork, January !M, 1842." ? New Ycrk. January 21, Ib&L Rlf ? Tour Report ot th* Divorce Hase, as in tta Hew York Herald, la taithful an I aomprehen iive ; indeed, Ik Is the only report (and 1 have examined eoveral of them} which ia ua prejudiced aud eoiaplote. Yours tr""*. KDftIN f OtRIar, To the La a- Reporter of the N. 7 Herald " (Kx'ract ?? a lutter from Mr. N. P. Willis. ) "Aa your'a la by far the W* and will domtleas oe fsbed on lor rderenoe, tuai I trouble veu with *ucn correc tions ki'i think material in tli? qojio that yon will be able to rectify the report before publication in bo^h form. Par don my audlng to your aevora labors. and hclleva mo. yours truly, N, P. WILLI*. To the Law Reporter of the Now i'ork Orders to b? sent to DKtflf r St DAV*Nf?*0*lf, Pi'b iah?ra, Ne w Tork. THE rUUUKBUfe NOTU E.-AN ADJOURNED JESTING OF FRIEND ahip flook and Ladder '.o., No. 12. will be held at 11a tborn'a ealonn, oorner 'I University place and Thirteenth Street, on Wednesday evening, Wh -.nit., at 7)4 o'clock. ' N DOYLE, Secretary. OBITUARY. OB1TUART.-DIID. IN Till 3 CITY, 26 r a DAY ?P January, 1^>?, af.er u uhort i iness. WUiitm H. Mo* Caution. a member of the claes of the Medical Department of the University of New York The leceaaed waa a son ot William C. MoCaualna. formerly United States Senator from Ohio. At a Dueling of the clasa of the Medical Department of the liniveraiiy nf New York, W, 8. Walker was called to ? he chair, and M.S. fonlir appointed Secretary Oa mo tion, a committer of thro i wao ucpuinted to draft reaoln tiona expreaiivo of our sorrow at the loss of our iate fellow student, William B McCauslcn : ? Whereas, in the dispsnea ion of an all-wise Providence, one of our number has bum removed from our midst; therefore, Resolved. That in his death we have lost a kind and gen* erouH Iricnd. whose cxcellenoics nf charatte: oouid be appre ciated only by those who kne w him beat. Reaolved.lhat we sincerely and deeply cympathize with the relatives and friends ot'tbo doccased, who have austained a crest loan, and had not the satisfaction of administering t) him in his last moments. Resolved. That the students of this University wear tho usual badftonf mourning for thirty days. Resolved. Thattheas resolutions be published in oaeof the daily papers of this city, and alao that a cory of the same be sent to the parents of the deoeaaed. James o. HELLI8, ) A. H.SOMMERS, > Committee. WILLIAM L. NUNNELER. ) BOARDING AND LUDOlNQ. Board, in a bpamish famUiT, wantxd-by an Ami rican gtntieinan who wishes to Itirn the language. Address J. M. M., 215 Ckrystie stroet. The fcost rcferenoot* given. Board-to knglibhmen.-two or thrkb in. telligent English gentlemen can have board and the comforts of a home, in a small family, residing in Brooklyn, near South Ferry. Reference* exchanged. Addree* P. P. Profestio, Herald office. Board-with furnished apartments. in a respectable family, whete nnremitting attention to cleanliness and comfort predominate, may be obtained by a gentleman and bis wife, or two or three single gentlemen, by applying at No. 108 Leonard street, near Broadway. Board. -Tiro fink, comfortable, hand society fnruished rooms, in boose No. J7 Chamber* street, to let, with or without breakfast and tea, to single gentlemen. The location is oeutral, and very pleasant, being bnt tares doors from Broadway, opposite tbe Park. BOADD.-A LARGE. PLBA8ANT ROOM, 8UITABLR for a gentleman and wife, or two gentlemen, with tall or initial board, the neighborhood respectable, near Broadway and on ? stage rente. Baths in the bonne. Apply at 64 Bleecker street. Board. -a gentleman and his wife can obtain a ha dsomely famished front room and bedroom, at No 44 Bare lav street. Two or three single gentlemen oan also obtain desirable rooms as above. Reference required. Boarding -wishing to take a lady to board, or a gentleman and his wife? oae who could live plain would be accommodated, with reasonable charge, whtre there are no boarders. Would takeaebild to board. Any one who withes will pleise call at 138 Lanrena street. Please inquire In the rear basement, two do>rs above Prince, between 11 and5o'olock. B~ OARD1NQ. ?A ( 3ENTLEMAN AND LAOY CAN have a very pleasant furnished room on the second story, with full board for the lady. Terms weekly in advance. Apply at No. 16 Grand street. _____ Boarding and lodging. -a suite of fur nished rooms on second floor to let from let Penary, without board, and with a handsome back basement. If re ?[uired,in a genteel honse, where there is but a email private amity. Applications addressed Home, Broadway Post efijee, will meet attention. Terms moderate. A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE MAT BB ACCOMMO dated nith a fine frent room, furnished or otherwise, with board in a private ftmily. Apply at 161) Macdoagal HUl'SKS, HUU11S, ?e. HOUSI WANTED TO RENT. ? A ORNTRKLLY FUH nisbtd Honse. with all the modem improvi incuts, situ ated between Waverley plaoe and Twenty* third street*, by a gentleman and his wife, without children. Possesion to be giv?j? any time beTuro first layfof March neat. Aduroas bog 114 Post office. Basement to let-on the corner of john and William streets ( Washington stores) a i ltrse. well lighted basement, oocup>ed Utterly by Uosiery dealerr, and from its dry, airy, and prominent position it is very de sirable for a similar busiiesa or a Trunk Establishment For further information apply <>a the premises. Furnibbid hoube.-a rvre opportunity is oflered to any one In pursuit of a moderate I 2eJ beuse, already furnished. It is situated near Madison square, close to Broadway. The furnitnre. amount!*? to tl.UUOor H.2UO, for sale and ths house to 14%. Addrese U. B, Boi772 Post Office. FURNIBHXD ROOMS TO LET.-TWO FURNISHED rooms on the secend lloor, suitable tor one or two gen tlemen Breakfast served in the room, if required Apply at No. 7 Walker streot. Rooms wanted? a sitting room, two bxb rooms, s+ni kitchen with front b?semenl; in a hone* wber* there wUl be bnt two families, in any street at either jide of Broadway. A small two stcry bouse orocstnge would be preferred, provided tha rant be reasonable Address B. D C.. Herald office. TO RENT ? FURNISHED APARTMENTS IN BROOM '3 streot, near Broadway. Two parlor* on 6t?t floor, wi'. i kitchen, to a family of not more than three persons. Ben* of ref rence given and required. Apply at iS>7 Broome atrce; . from 3 to 0 r. M. 'I' O R K N T ? STOKE ON BROADWAY. BBTWF.KN X Thirty third >nd Thir?y-foert!i streets. with baaemiLi and seo< nd floor? rent S3IXI. Also, two story and baaemer.k brick store, between Thirty-ninth and Fortieth streets? rent $2W) Excellent locations <? . i naug business, and family rssidt are Also, a fsw floors in the same vicinity, from to to Uli rer month Inquire of it 3 PIERCE, U Wall street. WANTED TW RENT -TWO TOREK 8 TOR V Bonscs, sitrated belo v Bleacher street ami west ?? Broadway Address O L. 1*1 i, E. No i Broad street. WANTED? A STORE AND APARTMENT FOR \ fatally of fonr. suitable for the liquor and pricery busi - ness, in a good leoation. Tl." beet of r terenoe nod seouritt givsn, if reqnired. Advert:. er would buy oit one ready cstablishrd. lias to leave his present store on aeoount of l'> going to be rebuilt. Apply by note, or eali at 4<? ?>glitu avenue. MdOOHB Lll SIMPSON ft SONS, IMPORTERS, 19 BEAVER ? street, cfler tor sale. IruUi under Onstoin Moo, luek, and to airive, Cognao, Koohelle, end Bordtaui ilun dies, c f dlnerent vintager, pale an.l dark, and in ssurrtc. packages. Holland Giu? Iwan, Tine Appl?, Mid othr? 1 rands; 8eotch and Irish Whiskoy: Jamaica ~.a<! >-t Croii l.nm; Port Burgundy and Pure Juiee Wines ; ? berr}, ind len^r flo Witea; Claret, liockhomer, Chau* - p?fne, ftnd other French Wines. M b. pktkrs & co., in porterb or wrNis ? Jirandin and 8e*nre, in? ito the attention cf wholesale an<i retail buyers lo their extensive etnotcfthe above o&me< Roods, which they are ceiling twenty per cant lower th*r an y other hcu?e in the city, /ill orders punctually attend ed to. No. aw Broadway, first block above the Irficf Ho nit. NOHIKI, UAUUMUKI, 4M. Bat saddle dorse for sale-iib is about fifteen tianda hi*h, tlx year, old, oanUra, paoee, and hv in eaey trot, ii . fine animal, and Bold for want of in, To-.' further particulars apply at Florence* Mill, Rahway, N.J.*, Where th, horeo may be aeen. or at atore 27 Fultcn street. COI'AKTNICKHfllP N OTIC Ml. DISSOLUTION or OO-PARTNBRSIIIP.-THE Co partner, hip heretofore e* latin* nnder the name ,f Her ford L Co., between R. O. Uerfnrd, IVn. <'ha.e Birney, an? I.otlBK L. Lombard. 1. thia diaeolred by mutual content. New York. January ?7. ICM Tie onderaitned will continue the Eiprea* bnginea, tr California. under the name of licrford ?i Co., at No. U Few; ? ? trect, Altor Houi*. R. O. BEDFORD, L. L. LOM9AKD. PARTNER WANTED -1 N 1 II E PROVISION BU8I nee*, already .atabllahert, on the nrrth aide cf the towa To a person with a caeli capital if 18,000, sad who If well ae nnainted with the buaineaa, a tlno opportunity now offer* Addrea, " PrnTleioaa." Herald otheo, with real name. etaatn where an interview may I e l.ad, whon rartienlara will b. made known. AU ei.mmunioationa atri t'y eootidvntlai. flSK A RX8, ~ FINE ARTE? COLO RID r>A0UKRRI0TTFR8 FOF fifty Cent* ?Rin,'? Mkylirht Hnotna, 106 Uow.ry, bo . tween unat?r and Oraud atreeta, the "jly ?a*abliahme'it i: ISo city where th, beat ,kyli,!it l a*utrr*etypca, hau.. aomaly aolorel and onca.ed, \re taken tor fi rty I'enii, .?.*< larger (Ilea at,<iualiy low ratoi, No ch?u. nvlew pnrfiti .at .laeiloa if ?iwn. C'TNB ARTS! FIMifir" ! 8! FINS O/tM/ElliBO tyjica!? 'A ? okser'/t ? i|t 'Oil ., in fbt p tfuie i.^uorre oiypen adv ft. od nnuct lie i. ."4 c? 'fit' >M, f >' fifty em in " Mr o art, i/u>nd! i'? . ivK wi:lre?ct to ? .e" Paltry, petty, low I elci "nniir. . aim i.ain bu fin i art irft, N'i ?<? Uav-. tl.eir ft- fl ol.naa.1 with flu, ar a, >a p repot ? tet ,. i? Pueh n?f">i.a mo?t b? oiaiy orfo?ll?b, f j aiteino* li-K >n (u;l *t.v public in tbii manner. To tu*i. t. peihap.* cot *.u|iu ii, tad vitli the d*?c rruotvpo art a, it la now per feoted bj oreditable men. the fifty cent ayitem may be look< eil upen aa a reality. Dolmei cantinna them to bewftrtil For parti' ulara. call on (10lMF.S. in Br ,\<iway. PORTRAIT Or MRS. FCRRIBT? PUBLISH RS T II it day, a beautiful portrait of thl? lad/. ,iecnud by Otaxtliar, after Wblt,bnrat. Priae, oa, dollar eaefc. CO U PEL ft CO., Prist FbMiabert. *? BrtUway.