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1PM 33.W9 Vine Tot*] thie y*l *4 ,TM km,
>|iiMt 817,892 tons fof tlw game time luet year
Imo rding to the report of the Chicago and Ro?K Ii
1*1)4 Railroad Oomiumy. tho wort ? rapidly pre terrain*
to MinpMiK'A Tli* wttumtod ?wt in little tuii^hitii
tour million* of dollars The total kngth of the rtuul is
1M milw Cominfiudun at Chicago, it rori eoutbwaxt,
and at forty mii<? -trikes the Illinois and Michic-'tn OaiMl
lit Johet. From thi?i point, it fbUowa a wi sUrly eourae,
In tlie vicinity of tlie oanal. sixty uultn. to Peru.
Ibtt latter plitcv l* on Oh- jilpvtipa uf tin- Illinois Canal
with the beud of navigation on (Ik: llUnoin river. Then*,
ilk a we?terly direction tri m the Illinois rivi r to the Mi?
atjtpi river at Rock Island It traverse*. in its entire
Mate, a eountry wtll adapted to agriculture, and trill
?pen to an eastern outlet the ti'udc of Iowa, and through
which a railroad will no doubt be extended from Ruck
Island to tbe Council ItMifts on the UUnonri.
Stock Exchange.
*1000 Kentucky ti's . . . I0(i', 100 ahs Morrill Canal . , 1 7 'j
IMUtl Krie Ibti mt . . . 275 Cauton Co . . . . 71 j
U00 Krie Conv, 71. . . ?W?4 50 do n? 71,'i
WOO Frio 7's, '59 10* MO do. *60 7H2
?W? Krie t'onv. *62. . . ?IW ?0 do 72
3000 I ndiana State 6'#. KM; MM) do. ... MX) 7-"^
2MOO Indiana 2V? 44 IM) Erie KK It?}
3006 Indiana prel 5'?. . 41 60 do bt>0 Wt
1*00 Illinoia Int I u> |> . . 4!) .'>0 do li-JO M
JM0 Eri? 1st Mort 114'., 100 W ?
-WO do 114& loO do clO 82'.,
:*W0 do I14?i 100 . .sOw W
4WI0 llod.on 2<l Mt Bd MX 50 do itfi'
MJ00 lludton 1st Mt Bd 100 25 do . . ?!H) R".
4 she Bk Republic. . . luf 50 Portsmouth I)i> 7^'
10 Ko?h 4 hvm HH . ill &'? Harlem RR ... ! 67
28 Michigan South KR 102 100 do I.ijii on
54 Del & Hudson 100 10 do ?7'i
3W Snseei Min Co. bCO 12', 100 Reading KR. .. ' ! , W';
25 Bdreworth Co 8 200 do". .... b3 70S
200 II Jersey Min Co.U'i 12'a 150 Nor and Wor . . . 5.Ti
lOOLcng Island RK.... 20V 100 do M>!
Jo s3 20*4 110 Niearagna Co 20
SECOND BOARD.
*4000 Penn 5's 00>: KK) abs N J Zinc Co. . . 12','
J000 Brie Oonv, 71 . . . 00V 1(K) do all 12
jJOOO Erie 2d MortgHiie. 104 MX) do blO 12V
? ika Long liland RR 20V W Normiil Wor KK.. 64
>? 1W do t..? 5C4'
K? Portomonth DI) .. . 7'J AO St Lawrcnce MV<*o 2k
1? Uarltm KR 67ts IfiO do Z<\
30?.,, ?7 ?? M do I.ii0 2%
?0 Nkaragva Co 20 .50 Canton Co 72*5
100 Heading RR 70!,i 100 do 72'i
200 do blO 70?J 2V) do b.10 73
M ? , do ?10 70.4 130 do . . . . . . . . 7.'{
200 N J Zib? Co 12 50 Erie Kit bOO K3
ADVERTISEMENTS RENEWED EV?r7dAV7
PERSONAL.
IP THIS SHOULD XBBT T11K EVK OF J. 11. HAD
dun, bo will confer a favor (IB Catherine R. I... by atating
through thii paper, where Mm. Smyth, formerly of the
Bewery, ean be found.
IP THE PERSON THAT, BY BOYD'S EXPRESS POST,
addreatied a communication signed " A Friend," to
Oroney Si Lent. Tailor?, 737 Broadway, will favor them with
an interview, niuy remove snepicion from one that inuy be
Innooent.
WILLIAM MILLER OR JOHN CASH, W1IO RETURN
ed from California in September lunt, are requested to
fond their addrexis to K. D. II.. l<ox 810 Post Office; or any
person knowing their address will oblige by coinmunieatiug
as akovv.
RELIGIOUS NOTICES.
V ? "v.-vw-xy -N. \ V\ A/\. v v**' \ . *5 ?> A r>
New JERUSALEM CHURCH, EIGHTH STREET.
n?ar Kroadw ay. ? Professor Hush will deliver a lecture
in thia rhurth, thin evening, at 7 '? o clock. Subject? " The
Ateneuient not Vi< arioua."
PUBLIC LECTURES.
C CATHOLIC INSTITUTE OF NEW YORK.? A LBC
J ture will be delivered in
METROPOLITAN HALL,
for tlie benefit of the House of Protection, under tlie charge of
THE SISTERS OF MERCY,
On Monday Evknino. March Htw.
bj the MOST REV. JOHN HUGHES, D. D., Archhuhop
or Nfw York.
Si'ijbct:? Thk Cathoi.io Chapter i.n the Historv or
tub Unitku Statu.
Tickets, ."iO cents: reserved seats one dollar: w hich can be
obtained at the Catholic bookstores, of the Sextons of the
Catholic churches, and of the members of the luititute.
DR. BAIKD (ilVF.S HIS KUiHTll LKCTIRF. To
night.. at the Brooklyn Female Academy, uu tue Uia
tery of Italy. Admission 25 cents.
SOCIETY MEETINGS.
MBCHANICS' INSTITUTE.? THE MEMBERS OF THE
Mechaiiica' Institute are hereby informed, that t).'' r
Kular monthly meeting will Ik> held at the rooms, No. 7 Bow
?ry, on Tuesday evening, March ?. at 7'5 o'clock.
JOHN TAGLIABUE, Recording Socr?tary.
Emmet mutual benefit and benevolent so.
eitty. ? The members of this society ar? hereby notified
to attend a special meeting on Monday evening. Htfe instant,
at 7^? o'clock, precisely, at the usual meeting room. No. 7S
Prince street, fo make the necessary arrangements for the
teWbration of St. Patrick's Dav.
JAMES HARRINGTON, President.
John J. Gracf, Recording Secretary.
CLUB STAR HARMONIC.? A SPECIAL MKET1NU
of the Club Star Harmonic, %ill take place at Mr.
Charlea Wright's Fifth Ward Hotel, West Broadway, on
Wednesday evening uext, the 10th inst.. at Imlf past aight
? 'clock. All parties, who. at any time have had any i ou
ntetion with the above Club, are respectfully invited to at
tend. B> order, N. B. MASSON, Secretary.
UA. O. D.? THE MEMBERS OF COLUMBIA GROVE
? No. 8, U. A. O. 1)., aro notified to meet at their (Jrovo
Roem in National Hall, Canal street, this day, Sunday. 7th
Marfh, *? ia.<? i.. p m., ?? j.ajr tlie last trib"t>j <>r ?
sped to their respected brother, llenry Charles isaodnmn.
C. R. BATESON. N. N.
VBCUL NOTICES.
Nineteenth ward-staob iocomoo ations.
?A meeting of t lie owners of property and residents
along the line of the Thiril avenue snd its viciuity, from
Toirty-fourth to Fiftieth streets, will lie held hi Mr. (,.
Muckiiy's Paper Factory, on Fiftieth street, near thi Third
? venue, on Monday evening next. at 7 1 _? o'clock, Ht h March,
1H31', to take into considers tlon the necessity of an immedi
ate extension of the Thirty-fourth street South Kerry
liue of stages, to Fiftieth street, or thereabout", for the fur
ther and necessary a> commodation of the people iu that vi
sinlty. All those friendly to the move, anil in favor of rath
increased fat ililies and "accommodations, without encum
baring the avenue or the lower streets of the city with an
additional number of new stupes or new hues, thus increas
ing the gr"at inconvenience already fdt iu the low?r parts
ttf the city, are particularly requested to attend.
Lewis Sanger. William Deneker, .lohn C'. Miller. James
Howland, William Leckie. ('. W. Lowerre, I.awrtnce It
Townsend. William itowen, Walter U. Mackay. JohnSlioon
?naker. John White. Isaac Dark, James XeNespic, James
Flynn. Philip Fohey, S. D. Moulton. Thos. Piuckuey, Tlio
luas Hatpin.
SPORTING.
SNpnr&-iBABon bait and rat killingi
will take place at Jim Brown's, No. 48 East Thirteenth
1 street, on Mouday evening March S, and every Monday fol
lowing. This will be a good opportunity for geutleineu to
try their dogs. Admission twenty-five cents.
LOST, &c.
?lO REWARD.? LOST OR STOLEN, IN A BROAD
? 1" way omnibus, or in Warren street, or on the pier
loot of Warren street, a parse containing a ring ease and a
jiold ring with three diamonds. The above re ward will bo
paid, bv delivering purse and ring at !(??* Tculh street, be
I wnn Tlnrd and fourth avenues.
I OHT? ON WEDNESDAY LAST, BETWEEN 3 AND ti
1~J P. M.. a (iolU Brooch, bine enamelled, inlaid with ru
bies and pearls, in the elia pe of a leal. The huder will 1 9
rewarded by leaving it at 108 Fulton street.
NEW PUBLICATIONS.
HORSBURCH'3 LAST INDIA DIRECTORY.? THE
new edition, jiift received, together with a full a ? rt
ment of Chart" of all ports of the world, for sale, at wool,),
sale and retail. l.v I). EUtiART 4: SON. Pearl ?t.
OOfBDM.
I FRENCH TAILORS* NEW ESTABLISHMENT.? CHA If
P' litier tl Co., Ro. 313 Broadway.? At the solicitation
I his numerous customers, the subscriber, cxpricnoed in
the business, has adjoined to his Shirt Establishment, a
Trench cutter in the European style, and i? ready to exe
euie any orders in the line of Civil, Navy, and Military
Clothing. The reputation acquired by J. Y\ . Charpentler.
j.,r (he invention of his own cut of shirts, i? a safe warrant
tnr the pcrfei tion of all orders executed nuder hi- dire* ti >n.
In recommended workmen from Pari?. An are dg.
jlvored nfter n scrupulous inspection, ami warranted to be
of r rfect tilting, and of the neatest fashion tor each ica
?eu. 1 he firm of the clothing department will he
('HARP EN TIER 4c CO.
K 15. ? Receiving by every tteuacr the lnte?t fashions anl
the newest style of goods from Pari* and London, the suli
? rri'icrc feci confident they can furnish their customer" with
the neatest work. at a dlfifcrenoe of fifteen Ij twenty per
rent below the prices ol the tirst house* in this city.
11 SACRESTHI FREN( II TAILOR. NO. Ill BROAD
. way. sccuad Story, has the honor of informing bl" pa
Irons snil the pulilii generally, that be has received from
I'aris a complete vori'tv of beaut not articles, for spring,
lie calls the attcqtivft VI till 10 lu* tfUlting ol DtttS CiHktS
1ml rantalooBf,
Mrs. clBVRLand' wki kiumdw a v. BEoS leave
to fay to her numerous friends and eiistomeri that ?ho
eontinues to make shirts to order, which, in p.iiut of Ht aud
ttnish, cannot be <?'(< ailed in the ?ity. Her Indefatigable
v "I will, si', t rn ? t ? . ensure Iter a couunoancf vt public pa
tronage. WK1 Broadway.
COAL.
(LA tfW n " r,,N FOR RED AS1I, EUtl AND
U4j stove < oal, to cartmen, er.-oers an I dialers
t.irni'hlng cart"; $!i 25 per ton if delivered free of oai'ta^o
ircm ve'-el. Apply at tho T1SDAI.I, COAI, DEPOT,
Se 7 Hobnkrn street, f iot of ( anal street.
/'OAI..? FOB SALE. ABOUT 200 TONS LACK t WAN A
l.nmpCoal, of the 'est <jun lit v. in th" yard ?t foot of
twentieth street. Ea t River, at <t ."SI per ton? Hn to
the ton. W ill be sold in lots of tons, if desired* lui'.iuo
at the corner of Avenue A and Twentieth street.
/ < OAL. ? FOR CALIFORNIA ? W ANTED 2<M> TONS* ON'
I / freight, for n good ship to sail from Philadelphia,
Apply, t l'i" <l*y. to N. II. Moseley, Philadelphia, or at tho
|! attery Hotel, lor three days.
/'OAL SELLINti AT REDL't'ED PRICE."! >"> PER
ton. fresh from the mines ? I am dally receiving 1.4'sl,
(I.alitv Peach Orclmrd Red Ash, of all siz.es, f.,r faioflr u?
\ . o White Ash ( oal. if ro-crc. nod from yard at ??,' '
? nlitloual charge. Not- Of and Jii Wajhin^t n street. ' *
GEOKCE MORI?
stw.
HOUSES, ( AHHIABKS. &
. NEW LIVERY STABLE? NO J<>< I " ,'UT1I sTREFT.
A near Mncilongnl street.? A hi.vi, 1 t| n w V nk
II el Livery stable.? The nndrrso ni 1^ leave to infnrm
Mend* and the public that lie I ,,?,.ned a New Livery
- ijlile with an entire new ?t f llt earri.i-cs. horse", and
i ?rrcss. With rareful and ?t< ^ driver", and pledges him
., , t,, pve intire -atufaet' (fl ? w|?, mgv patronise
, with their custom. ??d lUht ? ; . nl at tho low
, , possibly term- A ffi h?r?,? , by tbedav.
v.ek.'ir month, *1^ ltll. , . r,,-. N 11.? Also, Stage
< (irrli'fcs can |1 t,. lake famille- to and Ironi the boats
ei mr'i '?> lcav .41 their orders at tin office of tl c "'able.
( s< III It KM ANN.
SA I V ? A IIE \ I TIFl'L NEW II A IIOFCII F, OR
JT Reeksr.^y Cart beiiir i' cd only a !? ft wi -Its. and
will b# ?elil e)>rar. 1 1 ply at. c. ^cbnretnsiin's New LiVti'V
f ?i 1 !*, Nu.. iiM I ? "fth >lf" t.
WAWT&.
WAKTfep~StX LATHI**' CAP MAH1HH-NUN1 BUT
Ihottt to the tm? tr?d? w??l apply. Td
tiioMiflM ri^h; kaow ilimi, hitniueM* the most liberal wag*!
w?l| b* K'v#n. Aptilv to Mrs. RICHMOND, 3ti6 Broft<lw*,y.
A ho *?%ubO<i, a good ^?ki?w??niw.
WiXTf.D-A YOUNG LADY TO ATTRHD IN A !
Kfcn.j Good* store. tad who thoroughly iiiKtorxi ands
the bit miioi f. speak a rron?h fluently. of good adores*. aud
of undoubted respectability. 7? > and 727 Broadway.
WA N T R D? A.N EX I'KK! KNC'ED BARBER. WHO
cau give the 1? 't reference*, tu superintend an rtn
bliahment. Apply at itie (Lop corner ol Broad and H ater
Itntti.
\*,T A N T K D? SITUATIONS FOR IRISH. ENGLISH.
?f - SooUh, (itrniaii, Amerioaa. and Minn girls, and
men of evrrydoineatic station. Please apply at the Select
Protestant agency, 7 Cnruiiii e street; aud Society Agency,
l(it> ( i<? iik be r? street. established in lisJO. None but aervaut*
if >i'Wi eUrlittr twItM.
WANTHD? IN A LARGE COUNTRY STORE, NEAR
thiii city, It young unmarried man, of undoubted ?'h:i.
rmlir. who rau a. t an salesman. and ?M make himself
ofherwl.-e useful. One who in a good penman. and acquainted
* i til tie d ry goods business. preferred. Address, at tlie
??nice of this paper only, to ISAAC FECK & SON, Flush
ing, L. I.
WANTED? IN A PI.UHIiER'S SHOP, AN ACTIVR
young man, capable ol t akiug charge of a net of bjoks,
and lo make himself generally useful otherwise. Must be a
food penman, and have the best of reference. One
?a k ntw ledge of tbe business preferred. AdJrial TlumVcr "
Herald office, (stating *? livre lust employed, age. aud salary
required,
WANTED? A LADY'S MAID: SITE MUST BE A GOOD
teaiuetress. understand doing up m tislins, and dr cluing
hair. None need apply, unlets perfectly competent to till
tlie situation. Call hi No. '?i Bond street. between leu aud
twelve o'elouk.
WANTED? IMMEDIATELY. A FEW SMART RES
pontine Pedlars to sell Fancy Gooda. Address J. II.
II.. Herald office, stating what name can be addressed. and
the answers will be aent to Broadway Poet Office, post paid,
appointing an interview.
A LADY WISHES A SITUATION AS SALESWOMAN
or Milliner, in a first class Millinery establishment, or
a Faney Dry Goods Store. She has experience, is fully com
petent, and would devote her entire euergiea to the iiiteroi>t
of the employer. Or ahe would accept a situation it h Seam
stress in a hotel, or genteel boarding house, or private
family, where she would be treated us a eonipaniou. Ad
drcsa. for one week. E. M.. Broadway Post Office.
A CARPENTER WISHES to CONTRACT hi 00
either to the Isthmus or Calfornia. Address Robert
Smith, corner of North Sixth and Third streets, Williams
burg.
MEN WANTED.? TO men. <>r GOOD ADDRESS.
w ho can command a capital of one or two dollars,
w ill tin d an opportunity of doubling the same daily, by a
ucw invention, which they eau obtain at No. 41* Broadway,
up stairs, front room.
NI'KSES WANTED AT THE CM I ED STATES N A V A I,
Ho-pital. East Broadway. Apply at the Hospital.
BOARDING AMD LODGING.
Boarding.? suits of good furnished rooms
can be had, together or separate. Part or full board
private table. Also, single bedroom*. Warm and cold hat h
rooms for the free u*e of occupants. Apply to Mrs. Med
ium!, 241 Houston street.
BOAKD.-THE Sl'BSCKI HER HAS ADDED TO HIS
boarding house. Vj5 Houston street, the one ndjoining,
which will be ready for permanent boarders the first ol May.
Families breaking up housekeeping will tind the above a rare
opportunity, as tliey ran furnish tlieir own rooms, if desired.
Single gentlemen will And all the comforta of a home. Those
who prefer to do so. cau dine at his Coffee Rooms, "'> Maideu
l.ane, junction ol Liberty street. CHARLES SWIFT.
Boarding.? a parlor and bedroom, commc
ntcating on second floor, to let, furnished, at ir>s <priug
street. Gentlemen, or a small family, requiring rooms,
without board. w ould find the above desirable, as tiiey would
be free from iutrusion. Could engage permanently.
(~1ENTI.EM1.N S SLEEPING ROOMS TO LET? I I" It?
Jf nished or unfurnished, to suit applicants, in the new
buildings, 4.^)1 Broadway. Also, a suite of throw handsome
rooms connceted. suitable for n party of gentlemen: also
rooms suitable for Odd Fellows' club rooms, artists, fiic,
Apply to GEO. W. MILLER, 450 llroadw ay, up stairs.
CLITE OF ROOMS IN" BROADWAY TO LET? FOR
the ensuing season, to a genteel family, without chil
dren. or to single gentlemen, with partial board. Will be
let handsomely furnished or unfurnished, a* required. Re
ference of the beat character given and required. Apply at
784 Broadway, corner of Tenth street.
PLEASA NT ROOMS, W ITU BOARD, FOR A LA DV.
and gentleman. ( board for the lady only. ) A pply at 16
Grand street.
Rooms wanted, with breakfast and tea,
hy a gentleman, located between Twenty-third and
Thirtieth streets. Fourth and Sixth avenues. A furnished
bedroom and sitting room w ill be required. Address W. B.
C.i this office.
HOUSES, ROOMS, ?Sic. WANT BO.
ANY BB6FKCTABLE FAMILY HAVING MORE ROOM
thau they re?|uir?* (say three or four room.), in a Ken
tee 1 neighborhood. ?u<l wno would feel disposed to let them
to a miihII respectable family ((tenth-man and wife) on mo
derate Iitiii*, m?y hear of a deeirahle tenant by addressing
V. V., Herald office. TUo.e who require more thau $175 per
annum need nut apply, Reference. exchanged.
A
respectable lady, with a small family.
but no children under sixteen, is desirous to take a fur
nished or unfurnished house where the owner or occupant
would he willing to board to the umouut of the rent, and
still have some rooms to let to respectable single gentlemen
for break fast and tea. The bent of references given and re
quired. Address " House," A. M. I)., with name aud loca
tion, Herald office.
Rooms WANTED- \ FRONT AND BACK PARLOR
two bedrooms, with kitchen and front basement. Ap
dress Z., Herald oflice. None need apply except those who
can give the above apartment*. Kent not to exceed
ROOMS W A.> Tr.I>? -ovr. on *r ?-r? ?????*"? * ? I lit,
? icinity ?F Broad waj*, between Houston aud J welttn
streets, for an association. Address box 1,088 Post Office.
SODA WATER APPARATUS WANTED.? MUST BE
copper fountains and in good order. Address "Soda,"
at this office, stating where it may be seen.
TIIE ADVERTISER. WHOSE FAMILY IS SMALL,
wishes to rent a small cottage, or one hall of a moder
ate ti/e<l house, in a rcsncctaMe neighborhood, in Brooklyn,
from the first of May. Parties, witli unexceptionable retcr
?nce, please direct box 891 Post Office, New York.
TO PARTIES RETIRING FROM BUSINESS. OR
wanting to sell out tor cash, iu New York or Brooklyn
cities. Advertisers, having a general knowledge of business,
want t<- buy the s t ??? k Md htffnt of an Oil aud Paint
Store, with or without it painting trade, a wholesale Liuuor
Store, with or without a retail trade, op a Drug Store, hav
ing n mill Safe WholMSll trade. ?r any other trade I whole
sale preferred), except dry goods, or connected with it in
auy line. To save trouble none but parties having eligible
stores, doing a good trade, need apply. Address B. L.. stat
ing location ( no other w ill he attended to), boi 3, 3b0, Post
Office.
TIT ANTED? A HOPSE. WITH ONE OR MORE ACRE *
? ? of ground attached, situated on the banks of eithc,*
river. (Hudson or East,) within ten miles of the city; small
house preferred. Also, to rent, a house and furniture, iu
one of the pleasantest locations in the citv; has the modern
improvements; gas with fixtures and Croton water all
through. Rent of house, with furniture, $1,000. Address
" Country Seat," Broadway Post Office, box 101.
DRY GOODS.
Silks, silks.? the richest and most beai ti
fill Brocade Silks imported this reason, are this day
received and offered for sale, wholesale and retail, together
Wit* every variety of (lres? good* adapted to the ?oa?ou.
ill lrA NY 6i CUTTING, No. 321 Broadway.
UIBBON s, SILKS, AND MILLINERY GOODS, AT
90 Bowery.? I have added to my already extensive
fresh imported stock of the above goods, another large ad
dition from the late bankrupt, sales, and would assure buy
ers in want of this class of goods, either wholesale or retail,
that we will offer them one of the handsomest and most elu
gaut. and cheapest stocks of good* to he found in this city.
>1. if LICHTKXSTKlW
RICHARDSON'S LINENS? IN THE LEA 1)1 NO NEW
York papers, a few days siuce. wo directed the attention
ol the public to a -purious cla?s of Linen goods, sealed,
*? Richardson. Sou- \ Co., Belfast." got up in imitation ot
the goods made by the well-known firm of " Richardson,
Son* and Owden," whose interest we represent in this coun
try. A nd having since learned that large quant I tie of the
same class of goods are at present storea in New York, and
are still offering, by unscrupulous parties, to the trade, as
the genuine article, we deem it our duty to continue the cau
tion before given, and to request that those who give a pre
ference to '? Richardson's Liuetis." will bear in mind that tho j
name of the firm in full, viz: ".I. N. RICHARDSON. SON > t
OH I?LN." is stamped on each piece.
.IOII N 1(1 LI.ocm: \ .WHY R. LOCK?:. i
sole Keprteeutati\ew, Piue -treet . New York.
REMOYALS.
UJ MOVA1. -MORsF/S AMERICAN TKLI't.RA PH.?
The office ?. f the New York, Albany, and Buffalo T? >
graph Company, ha* been removed from No. i'i Wall street,
to the basement of the Bank of the Republic, corner ??f
Broadway and Wall street, New York. Since the com
pletion of recent thorough repairs, this line has worked in a
manner hitherto unparalleled, for promptness and accuracy,
in the history of telegraphs. The arrangement* with van
ous connecting line*- are such as to enable us to offer every
poS'ihU facility for the prompt and correct transmission of
nu.sea^es destined for any part of the t inted States or
Canada. One of the wire* belonving to this t onipsny is ap
propriated ix? lusirely fvr business destined for Buffalo and
places West and Southwest. New lines, utrkiug in im
mediate connection w?th thi?, have recently befm completed,
leading thfoiH^h all the Western and Southwestern state- ;
we tire, therefore, now prepared anrl ready to transmit tno?
nages. with correctness and despatch, to New Orlenu*,
Memphi*. Na?h\ille# St. Louis, CtnctatiAtf. Pittsburg. Cleve
land, Uuuit, Chicago, Miiwaukie. and ati intermedin#
i.itu- t s. faxtos, riwU?ai>
s. \\ , M f iowA*. C'Wef Opmtor.
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICES.
N'KW YORK. MMil II 2. IMSSOLCTIOV.? TlUf
i'. | artn< r.blp heretofore i?i?tiiig. and doing hu>^Tww.
it No ((I llrndw.n . under tlio lirm if F?Uv? ? St W\vd,
wm thW U?> disftfhtU ''l uuitual ovn.ent.
A. n rr.T.Low?.
IC. WOOD.
The tihdfrntfitf.l hnvinr T'UTfltft'ed Sr. Fellows' interest,
kc., iu FellowV Musical Hull. liroadway, will hero, rt.-r
voni'mie as above in giving Ethiopian CvBttrt*. under ihfl
name of Wood's Min-trels. II. WOOD.
WANT) I?? A YOl'NC M W. As I' ART VCR, WITH X
'? cash e*pi tal "f $.VI0. to rnr. lme oar li*lf of the hnit
Pufcent out f?r th? St*te of New York; *111 .ell in every
t-otinty frmn to $800 * ri*ht. To ?*vn trouM'', uone but
U>o.e Vim *ri hone, t need make ?piilie#tion. The bn.ine.^
ulll he in th. hnndu of the ? ,? i>l lean t to dlapo.e of the riiht?.
Aildre.fi " ludtiKtry." llerald office, tut Uvfl d#y?, .tutisi
|il?ce where en inwrelew e.n he hud.
A8TROI.OOV,
V8TROUHJY ? T>R. t'. VV RORAt K. VROH SWKOEV.
lately from I'bilndelphi*. oiler, hi. *?r*icee to Ihociti
ren. of Now York. IV'? ii ahle to tell pa.t. pve.int, and
fntnre arentn. Kt-e ? L.dl*.. ?*) eeni.; gentlemen. (I. N?
tivltlo. ealenlateii and read in full, necordinn to the mu?
nle. and maartiline higr". f.adie?, Jl centlcmen,
Natiyitje. ealeulated. I.ildle., >.'i; gentlemen $*'? Ofttr
No. ti U'liiie ?fre.^( N'ew Vork, where letter-*, f^'.t paid, will
reeelvi Immediate attention. I . . r part i Miln r*. .m: daily
paper.. A?tr"lo)rio?l alwanin, tan ij? had at Urn uAcr>
fkratl*.
IlKHTAVHAXTK.
NOT It K .-TIIE W'AVERl.KY 8AM)t)V, t IIRSKII til
Rr.indw.iy and l ourth atre.t, will offer to tlio public,
mi 'Miinlay. the *th in.tant. the be.t Terrapin ^o?|> in t lie
i, iv. t:.n'iiemen vi>itiiiK that part of th. town would d.i
wall to a" i" ai d try it. <ly?ler?, tiaoie. *e. . of thfl
let wall t.v. alw ?>? ?n 1KB1, aii'l >' r\*td in ,#? J -lyl*.
SALBS BT ArOTIO*.
AUCTION NOTICE.? RBTAII, OHOCRRI US, IN LOl'S
to suit the train. Tuesday, '.th March, kl IO\ n'eloc*,
at V Icy *tr??t, eoruer of Oreenwieh "trect, FrenUi Prunoe,
in i?r? and barrels, Figs. Raisins, ( andics, 8 -Dtp, To
bacco, Snnff Segars. Salt. Sweii (III, Alinmtis, Mu i.jr'l,
Herring, Urantiy. Gin, Whiskey, I irn?. Counter S '?ia?,
Platform Scales, Tea, Coffee, fcc. Bf, A. I'AUVKU.
Am tinnoer, .17 Dey street. corner Greenwich street.
JOHN LEVI SON WILL SELL, ON ti INDAY MORN
in|C. March 1A, 1S62, on the premise-, the Stuck ami I ix
t ure* of the Hotel kctit by M'itluiui A! loon, IM Chatham
sqnare, etmi-Utiug of liar a n ?l liar I ix' ir- Lump i, E ilia*
Counter. Chulr* aud Cushions, Table*. lie ? liffi.liii^c. II.*d
steads, Washstanda, Carpets, Hiiiiliujs . elehrnted trot
ting horses, the best In the country: I _i Clocks. Bohe
mian lll???ware, Screens, Mirrors, Oil < lit, <;lii?*
auri two Ten I'ln Alleys, equal to ww, com *f7'<0. Cata
logues be ready three days preri to sale. au<l fan lie
had on Ik priUii-o?. Sale posiihe.
JOHN LEV ISON, Auctioneer.
BA. CHILTON, A UCTION EEK. ? PF.lt EM PTOK Y
? Sale of Vacant Lots au<l H ater Bights uu t Ka-t Ki
xcr.? T" elope au estate.? Cole A Chilton will sell at auction,
uu Monday, March H, at 1J o'clock, ai tin- Merchants' Kx
eliangc, four lota of ground on the south ? -t c.<r, tor ot First
avenue and Fifty-ninth street, each i!9 by li>l feet. Also,
three Lotn on the anntheast corner of Am um A anil Fifty
seventh street, 29 by 0H and 119 feet. ? ith ox ??naive water
right on the East river. For full parti. ilars and inapt, ap
ply at the auctioneer*' otlice. No. 'J W ;ill ?tr i t.
PEREMPTORY SALE OF HOISEUOI.I) Fl'RNI
tnre,? JU'Dry II. Leeds ft Co. will (ell at miction, on
Ttiffdav March 9, at 10 o'clock all tin fiirnit "re contained
ill the house No. fi04 Broadway, near I'riuce street, uouilst
i ii K in part of splcf/l"1 '""T mI *"* P'"7 "lasses, tins
Chandeliers, Sideboard. Sofas. Chairs, Extension liiuiiig
Tables, Crockery, Brussels Carpet. Ate. Also. to Let, the
above house; rent at the rate of $.10 per month, in ad
vance. Inquire of Franklin Brown, No. *?? Nu.wnu street.
FOR SAI,K.
IlOR SALE? ONE HOUSE IN NINTH STREET, HE
tween Fifth and Sixth avenues; one honsc in Tenth
street: two houaea in Fourteenth utreet; ei;lit houaea in Six
teenth street, near St. Oeorite'a Church; live bonne* in Vine
teeuth (treet. between Fourth and Sixth avenues; two hollies
in T* entj -first Btreet, between Broadway aud Fourth ave
nue; file nouses in Twenty-second street, between Fifth and
Sixth avenues; four house's in Iwenty third street, between
Fifth and Sixth avenues; four houaesiu Twenty-fourth street,
between Fifth and Sixth avenues; four houses in Twcuty
sixt h jtreet. between Sixth aud Seventh avenues; tw .. hoii.-i a
in Twenty fifth street, between Fourth and Lexington ave
nues: two houses in Twenty-eighth street, between Fourth
and Lexington avenues; two houses in Thirtieth street, be
tween Fifth and Mndimin avenues; two houses iu Thirty
second street, betweeu Fifth and Madi 'on avenues: six house*
corner of Lexington avenue and Fortieth street. Apply to
CIl AUNCEV BA RN A Kl>, No. II I'inc str -et.
|?OR SALE-A tiHEAT BARGAIN? THE WELL-ESTA
r blisbed public house "Pavilion," situated in the heal
thy tind nourishing village ot Port Chester, on the Boston
turnpike road, twenty-eight niilos from the city of New
York, and forty rods from the New York and New Haven
Ituilroad Depot. The above described property is eligibly
sitnated for a boarding house, having all the requisite* ne
cessary for the same. Connected with the above is a lurte
aud convenient l.ivery Stable, capable of employing from
ten to fifteen horses, unit u good run of custom , which will
be sold separate or together. l'?r particulars, iuquire of
Mr. William Bunks. No. IC>'_. Chatham atrect, or John Fish
er, No. iril Washington street, or the subscriber, on the
premises. tiEO. W. SMITH.
IM)K SALE? A RKCTII VINt! AND DIS I'lLI.I N ?:
Establishment, of loug standing, with leach tubes aud
force pumps, and still, with the contents of the premises
aud buildings, and the. lease for nine years. Apply on tlio
premises. No*. 101 aud 1W West Eighteenth street, or at No.
fs'i Mulberry street.
IjiORSALE- AN UNEXPIRED LEASE, WITH 8TOCK
mid fixtitrrs, of a porter house, in a desirable location,
iu (Irand street, east of the Bowery, fitted up in a splendid
style, aud doing a good bar busiuesa. Will be sold cheap,
on account of tlie present proprietor being ?ngag<Ml iu other
husinesp. Inquire at No. ZJCt South street.
L^tii; SALE, IN BROOKLYN, PS1CB ?4,000.? A NEW
J/ aud very superior first class mastic front three story
dwelling house, situated in Pacific street, third door east of
Bond, having every cuiiveuicnco. and marble mantels
throughout, aud vfill be sold on reasonable terius. affording
the pureha.-er an excellent opportunity for a .profitable in
vestment. Apply to I. H. CACF.It. 120 Wall street.
IM)K SALE, ClIKAI'-TUr. llOL'SE AND LOT NO. 11!)
First avenue, together with a vacant lot. forming au L,
on Seventh street; also two lots corner of Sixth avenue and
Thirty-seventh street, one lot east side Madison square, <i0
lots on Murray Hill. i0 Hit* on Fifth avenue, bet ween Fif
teenth and Thirtv-fifth street", tutd .'1 lotn on Twenty-fifth
street, between Broadwav and Sixth avenue. Apply to
CUA I'NCEY BAKNAUD.No.il Pine street.
1?oR SALE ? \ RETAIL BUSINESS, FIVE TSARS
established, having a good cash custom, in ou? of t he
best thoroughfares up town; also, a small manufacturing
business, together or scpurate. Address China aud Lamps,
Herald office.
IU O !i SALE ? THE STEAMBOAT BOSTON A\l)
Tackle.? The Boston is two hundred and nine tons bur
then: has Capt. Crooker's patent propellers attached; cun
be altered for side wheoli if desired: her engine and boiler
are good aud iu running order. She is now lying at the foot
of Morton street, North river, where she may I xamined.
Terms easy, l'or further particulars, apply at 00 Cortlumit
street.
130R SALE? IN BROOKLYN, I II K HI. TflRRI STORY
brick Buildings, with basement and under celiac, finish
ed in the best manner, in Dean street, Nos. 44, 40, and .'H.
Price *4,000. g.t.000 can remain on mortage. A lino of
stageB pass the houses, from Fulton" ferry, every five mi
nutes. Inquire of M. J. OILHOOLV, No. 7* Nassau street,
New York.
HorsF. AM) Fl'LL I-OT OF OUOCND FOR S.M.li.
uu Eighty-aUth gtrcrt. bitweiu Third and 1'ourth avc
ntiec, north fido. i'rire SI,4tH). Inquire of Win. 1>. Sparks,
Sixty-ar^ond street and Third avenue.
]OTS : LOTS ! ! ? IN TIIK NINTH WARD IN Till',
-i city of Brooklyn. Only SI per week to p?j\ auil no iu
trreat required first jrtsar. Now id the time working men.
Join a building association afterwards. Initiation !?,.
30 cents. Apply early to H'm. Parker. Secretary. !!>:< Canal
? tie t. Second regular meeting at i*20 (Jrand strict. inn. t
of Kluahetli street, next Wednesday evening, at T'j o'clock
rLiiiiaHt'lliUi I.U1.1 run ,'niil.. A li.lt M N fS*C TIIK
New Haven Railroad Station, one hour's ride from t ,e
city. Heantiful building lite*, payable liy weekly int.il
lneuts: title perfect. Also, a house and lot in saiue vill.r
mi easy terms : and some lots in exchange for dry goods
aroteries. kc.: title guaranteed. Apply to
}\ M. l'ARKER, Land Office, 102 Canal st.
Restaurant for sale? pitted up in fasii
ionable iityle, situated ti|? town, nnd dninp a j^ond ? n
bofdnent!. Apply at the bar of the Aexemhly Room*, com. r
ot T went} -fifth btrett and ?i;rhth aveuue. Reason for
celling, pir'kncif.
EXPRESS AGENCIES, 6i?.
All. PRIDE & CO.'S CALIFORNIA EXPRESS, ItE
? moved to No. 7 Wall street. ? Having made a ??< ..
tract with the house of Mosqnera, llnertado Si Co., the
transportation aaent* of all the Bullion, Gold Duti an I
treasure across the Isthmus of Panama, the only recognized
transportation agents of the English and American Insu
rance Companies*, wc arc prepared to forward good* of any
description from New York to California, Oregon, Cninn,
the Sandwich Islands, and South American Pacific p ?rt
m it 1? the utmost despatch. Priuted instructions can he had
at our office. We guarantee the delivery of pood* in Su.?
Prancisco hv the regular connecting steaii??*rs from Panama.
Freight to San Francisco &S cents per lb, No charge for Cus
tom House or Consular feo>. Next, shipment* Mureh ,"?th,
SUh, and 17th. A. II. PRIDE ^ CO., No. 7 Wall st.
All. PRIDE L CO 'S CALIFORNIA EXPRESS, NO.
? 7 Wall street, near liroad way. ?We are prepared t>?
forward goods of every description from New York to Cali
fornia, Oregon, China, the Saiidwi? h idauds and South
American Pacific ports, with the utmost despatch, by every
bteamer. We guarantee the delivery of goods in San J'ran
cigco l>y t lie regular connecting "tea in ??ft from Panama.
Freight to Sau Frau< isco. .'I* cent* ner ll?. We have a con
tract with the house of Mosqiiera. Hurtudo & Co., to tran
sport all our goods from steamship at Cha^res in time to
snip by connecting steamship at Panama. Messrs'. M<?*qtier.i.
Hurtado & Co.. are the only agent x for transportation of
gold dust and treasure r^eofniined by t lie American and
EugUnh Insurance companies. Let-tor* and important des
patches delivered in advance ot the I'nited States mail .
rickets for passage on all the regular lines of steamship* be
tween New York and Sap Franri*?o secured at our office.
Directions nccegsary to be observed in shiupim: goods to S^n
Francisco, through II. Prid? k Cn.V California E*pre?s
in order to comply with the I'nited Svtates en-tom* rc^nla
tlotis: ? Enter in the columns on the printed blank sheet, the
marks, numbers and contents of ea? h naekaac. and their
saliie. gp*cifviiig whether of dome tic or foreign manu
facture. This r-tn tc uk nt should to 1 irnisbed to the oftiee
the day before the steamer leaves. The ftul*cri??er# elear tin*
goods at the Custom House, and fortrard Mi- manifest to
their agents at Chagrcs and I'unnmn, at which r.1flce?it i<
countersigned by the I'nited State* Consuls, ano then for
warded to their agent at San Fran?i#co, who obtains a free
permit for their immediate landing. No charge if made for
at tending to Custom House busings. The cnarge for for
warding covers everything, from the time the stooda leave
the New York office until they are landed at San FranH?*oo.
Pa? kii/es should be made waterproof, aud not tX'.ttjd c?i
tain dimensions and weight*:?*
f.ATt'8 1*0 NAN T* ASCl*rO,
Under '? H?s . per lb. . . SI 00 Over 2ft lba.f per lb , .%?
10 *? ?? ,,, j't Daguerreotypes.. . .., I 00
r? ?? ?* ... (*> Mmiut'ty. per cn. ft. . , . 10 90
?? 'JQ ?? ?* ... M
K li PRIDE X: CO., No, 7 Wall itrHt,
W>f. CWAat Barm v. A . II. Painr.
nERPORD'6 GREAT CALIFORNIA EXPRESS WILL
D go forward on Tuesday neat, f*th inst., in charge of our
own messenger, Mr. Cochran, per Empire (Hty. to connect
w ith the fa*t running steamer Northerner. N e confidently
expect to land our g.oodg av sua Francisco in About tw?nty-ii*
i e-dsy. March 17.
days, ^mall parcels received till 1 V. M., day of tailing.
BEKFORI) & CO.. 2 Vveey street, Aster Hoose.
TUVYELLlOIiS < 1 IDE.
II OR ALBANY WITH RSLA1 OF ENGINES, AND
without chaate of can. Fare, $3 90. Regnlaritj au-i
nufety combined. The car- of the New York and Harlem
Kailroad leave the City Hall station, N\w York, daily, (*un?
<la?s excepted), at 9 o clock, A. M. M. SLOAT, w'- ? *
*"Pt
J^OR NEWARK -FARE 12'. CEKTf^buiVfi *n
1 rangement.? The steamer , n , , j ' r ndl '
on h ii "1 sfter lV?dji-' ' .? ?* il- ' "ft. J. r.*ffy,
. ?. V....W ?? M?r"h in. rng it. f,,U"W? ?
V? ???< uf tfiitre .tre?t, ?t 4 o'clnck I*. M.
I. <*&>'? .u?n, ii, fi.ot of n?i'<il*y utre' t. *? " f'Vlock \ M
e.nrtin* *t J5erg(.u Pciut t*<.li "?#}'. t?ken *t
rate.
>[|f JlRfiir KAIIJROAD THE MAI1. Mil VIA
I jfintT City, li tin- ifltttMii will Imti half ?n hour
Ittvroa ami aft v thu fir? t "I Mnrch, vi *t li*l!-p.nt IV
M A new |.ii ? i> k cr line l>?- 1 w W'O Ti -n t on nnri New V?rk
commeiK p. al? ? >'n tlie fl?st ' f March, leaving Tccutuu at 7
A. M.. an<i Nitv York, at 4*( I'. M.
('AVI)TN AND A M HOY RAILROAD. I'OK I'llll.A
y (Ictpliia. from pn-v N*r<. I, .North river, foot of JiattMV
t>la. . . I>> ?t> iiin'icnit .1 < In, I'ottcr. T?n lino, dail.v. Morn
i ii n lini-'li a* ? ?? "t * \ M Aft.i uoon axpr<"?? line at 2 I'. M .
tlirniinh i" rhlliici*l|>W? in four and a half boura. l'arf ?
(ir*t ola-. < nr.' 4 ?n 'ii.l da?*. S-. R' tornbi/, leavr l'hi
lail ulpl.ia. flow lout ol M alimt Mrevt, ?t ^ A M . ?inl t I*.
M. l.riKiniit lii)>', I'V aK'.mLwai 'I'lnnMo it Iruni I'l'.f .Nv.
i. it t p; a. rut ii n.
NF.1V V??RK AM) I'll 1 1, A 1)1 I. I'll I \ DIRKCT.? I'. c.
Mail and Enprci.. I.ino., thrfunh in 4', hmiri* > ?'
Railroail > i* ?'< r*i y City. li ?< tn, \ . n I'ork at li \ . M . to t
r,f Covtlanilt utrrdt; O A. \l. anil P. M l.ihert.v .tr.ct
l.rav* Philartol jihin tamo h' ura, fr in f> 'it of H ulniit ?tr?< '.
Faro r?duo? I to ?.l for tir^t cln... and f,-r .oonnil < In...
Hull inior-'. Wathlnatm. and < harlo. ton through ticket. ? >1 I
in th? ahov. line, and throii.h I ntfirak1' iniiifit in tin- '' A
M arid.1,' j I*. M. tin. f l loin Ni w V' l U with through vouditt
t, r?. * it l.ont fnpon.a.
JI VI III MOM AL.
\ ( A TR1 MON V M ADF K A ? Y. ?)R HOW To WIN
l.ovor I'rol, .Ol I.KWtnn, Bo.ton, formerly ot I,
?Ion ? ill "iid to any addreai, on rrorlpt of on. dollar. |>o
|iniil. plain dirwtlnn* to rnal>l< laili--" or K'ntli-mvn t,<
th* diiTntfd nf'-' tionn i'f ?n many of tl. oj poait* ?<?* tin ir
In arti may it. xir> Th.' pro" aa i? aimplo h?t ?o oaptivatinK
t tin t nil may I" marri'd. irr.'.protlv, ol a^i", appearand ? , or
poaition: nnil la?l thouirh not li'aal.it ran h Irraninl will)
.uch ra.f and dalirawy that dotritinn ia tmpoa.itil. Ad
drra. IV<if?..or l.awtim. Boaton. Ua" Sn IctttfV t.ik p
ty m tl... ]'<? Qfli't ftil' M Wi? IK-tar.' j- i
BUILDING AS HOC I ATIONS FIK.K H/WJRANCI <Ht?
l?*i.y.? Capital, $IAU.UQU, into 10,000 shares of
fcl6 each, cuu |uu>l 11 |i. with ib? nrlvilnge of inorensing the
< ?pital >li < k ?... Huhseriptlou for Ihe capital ?t<nk
< 1 ilii- <<>i?pany will bv meivsd by tin following permui,
appointed I' Oiiiii'-i.'ii.'rK ? John llruee, No. 'M Piatt str '?t;
Wnkvuian & l.atting. Kn. 99 Pulton street; DuWI P. Bar
nard, No. to U all nri?t Julm liujtuu, No. 14 North Wil
linn. ? Solomon J%?*urun, No. H (Itotot Mart, B .??
man itrwl: Julm J. Tellot, No. V4A Saail* nrMI. Broi'k
ly u. A l-< . by all the directors. A prospectus, ciplaiainf
tilt p. at advantages to til' derived from the panpany U
m< i'lunii?i anil small property holders, aa well M tO those I
kIio ui-Ii to invest their ui.,u?>y and gift the larg 'st amount
of |ir?.ftt rau In: bad of any of the directors, all the eeer?
tari.'K i t tlia different building associations, ar at the vtte*
ol Mr. Jv^uruu, No. b Cliutou aourt, Beekman street.
JOHN BRDIMC, Prorideat.
S. J 1 *? 1 ' n i ? n . Secretary.
'pilK SB4.0ND AS SlfCCKSSFUL AS THE FIRSTI?
I Although but a few public meetings have been bel4,
jet ?o r?i idly have our citizens ?nrolled themselves a* mem
hers of the Soeond Greenwich Building Association, that the
officers *111 be enabled to offer foar or l?e shares for aala or
redemption, at the tir-t rogular monthly moating, to b< held
in I lie lHceoket Building*, lilcecker street. near liorton, on
Monday evening. March C, at 7.SJ o'clock. Pomona who hava
been favorably im preyed wHli the priueiplswof Building
Associations. are uivilcd to attend and bveoVe luembors.
Then- are MM MN promising or more inrefnlly NaiiwM
than thin, and it alii imin l>? tilled up. Member* are re
minded II, at the first month's ilnoa arc now pajaLle. The
Secretary's office is at W Eighth avenue.
JOHN KEVSK.lt. President
OFOKCK SJTAKR, Vive Prti*Me?f.
ft. Ross Jr., Secretary.
rRlMTliK*. , ,
Cbarle* Crauo Jamea M. Post, Samuel Sinclair,
John Tlmmtts, HoluTt IN?t?'.rsoii. Jatoi'M \V. I *rr,
David Milliken. I? C. Week*, W. E. Smith, Jr.
NWICI TO A1X.? KNICKERBOCKER 1CILDINO
Association.? 80 great ban beeu the sueeciMl <)f this As
sociation, mid the management of ita affairs so satisfactory
tu t lie members, (all of the s hares having beeu taken iu si*
weeks. ) ut the request of many persons in the upper part ol'
the city, we have oiiened the buoka of the aeonnd, and have
already one liundrea nharen aubieribed for. To thoee who
Mere enable tu proenre aharea in the lirnt thla will be a
favorable opportunity; ami fur their aveommodation a pub
lic mcetiug ? 111 be held in Knickerbocker Hall, on We<fne?
dav cvenlug, March Mtli, at V'-j u'lloek. The pnhlie, both
lailiCH and gentlemen, Hrc invited to attend, aii at tbi.i meet
inii there ? ill b? able and thorough explanationa given.
I nine and Juiu. Kntruuve fee onlv $2, on each ahare of
SMU). JAMES It. rtBL VKt't IllO, I'rea.
ANSON n il. I, IS, V ice I'res.
It... Vi n now open at the office, where article* of axaociation
can he bid. Ktwaru J. Mauuen, Secretary.
Ollice, lfX Ninth avenue.
Til r. ri l.TON MECHANICS' AND WORKINC M K N s'
lluilding Anaociatioii. ? Every man hia own landlord.
The Fulton lluilding and Mutual I. nan Aaaoeiation comluneH
the advantagea of a ?ai rng?' hank with those of a buildiug
aaaoeiation.
A public meeting will be held at Chatham Hall. V<>. 5
Chatham a<|iuire, on Tueadav eveniug, March 9th, au<l on
Thursday evening, March 1 1th, for the admiaaion of new
mcmberx, when tne object and anperior advantage* of tliia
Association over all othera will be explained. Come early
and aubaeribc, aa the pharea are rapidly taken up. 3ii0 Iteiug
aubarribed f.ir at the liriit meeting.
To tlione w ho <lei.ire to invcat mn?cy prolltably, ami to all
peraona of ^nlall meaiia who labor for a living, thia Asaucia
tiou presenta nnui|iialle<l uilvantagc*.
luterebt at the rate <>l'7 per cent ia allowed <in ai* mnnthH'
duea, <ir over, when paid in advance, or in < aac of withdrawal
from the HsHociation. Thia ia an entire new feature in build
iug iiBnueiatioiiH. Entrauce fee AO eeuta per ?liare: monthlv
dnva $1! .VI; pur value of aharea gtVOO: number of original
aharea limited to MAI. Subacriptiona will be reoeived hy the
following officer#: ?
SAMKF.L SOUTH EUDE.V, President,
W 11,1.1 A >1 M'r.rn, Vice l'rcaident,M llonery.
Inaac Ami.iiha v, Jr., Secretary, 09 Third avenue.
TH1HTIU,
Ceo. If. M ailer, lil Elizabeth atreet. corner Uefter Hrecl.
I mi ?<? I,. Devoc, 4(1 Eldriilgc street.
E. W. Whitney. 'SJ ('allege place.
II. McCollum. 40 KIdridge street.
I'tiK t ?-r It. H'llliauiH, M.I lleatcr street.
To hia n V. Mum ford, 2<l Norfolk Htreet.
Nathaniel Terpen V, IKi Fifth street.
I.adios eau auhacribe to any number of aharea by leaving
their name* with any of the above officers.
("1 F.T MONEY? SAVE. INVEST, AND INCREASE IT.
X Hudson River ISuildiug and Mutual I. nan Aaaociation.
This Association will hold a public meetiug at, Hradbury'a
Music Room. No. 413 Broadway, corner l,i*punar<l street,
(third floor,) for tbu explanation of the objeuta of the Asso
ciation, on Tuesday evening. March 9, at 7^5 o'clock. A-<
shares will be redeemed at the regular Meeting in April,
pcrMum dcairoua of procuring money to secure a home
free from landlordi-iu, will bave an opportunity at, that
time, tifflcc of the Secretary open daily at No. 411 Waihiug
tnu street, corner of l.aiglit, w here all desired inforuiatiou
will he furnished. Duos monthly: Shares $800. TIlNt
w Uhil>g to join can do ao by leaving IM( namei and en
trance fee (S-) with the Secretary, or either of the follow
ing officers. Now is vour chance.
SYl/VANl'S S. li AHD, I'res't, No. 411 Waaliiiiglon si.
Amis H . Whit*, vice Prtt'fi, City Iiipwtw, (Park.)
rmciTBM.
John lloyce, No. 227 Greenwich street; James Webh, No.
4.'l Charlton street; John l>. Dixon, No. I0i> West Broadway;
(ieorgc T. Rodman. Nos. 229 and 2,'JO West street: Jacob La
Wall, No. titi North Moure street; Patrick Coylc, No. 141
CbatliAtn street; Ceor^eT. Warner. No. .'114 lH Itrondnay: It.
LI. Itomaiia, No. 72 U arrcn street; John I'. Ilriukcrholf. No.
?! Chum her* street.
CkO. W. Mohton, Secretary, No. 411 Washington btrcct.
Jonv lloori n. Surveyor, No. 10*1 I 'niton street.
Attorneys and Counsellors, Kdciak, Vou hi Ruticvi.n,
No. 2*1 Nassau street.
Home for a poor man.? the irvinii rpild
ing and Mutual Loan Association, will hold another
public meeting on Mondyy evening. March K. at Chatham
Hall. Chatbuui square, at 7^a o'clock. So great was the de
mand for shares at the last meeting, thut a great many
people were disnppoiutcd, and could nut get a chance to
subscribe.
The meeting will be addressed by several able speakers,
who will expla:n the objects of this benetieial Association.
A 11 persons desirous ol joining, had better do so at onee,
as the books will shortly he closed.
1-udies and gentlemen are particularly invited to attend,
and hear bow they may procure a home which they may call
their own, and which they van obtain by small monthly
payments.
MoltRIS FRANKLIN, Presidonl, No. lOli Broadway.
GEO. II. IIF.I.I.. Vice President, No. IflB Nassau st.
toK//A?^vv-^
Ceo. II. Franklin. No. 17.'t West street.
Ceo. W. Riblet, Couuty Clerk's Office, City Hall.
Silas C. Herring. Nos. l.'17 and I.'t9 Water Btrect.
James Jackson. Jr.. No. ,%1 Broadway.
Rovnl tJ. Millard, No. SU Barclay street.
Nelson Ptiir, No. 215 Duane street.
Elius Coin hs, No. 244 lirand street.
V. U. Richardson. N'u. 4.'l Fulton street.
Ceo. T. Maxwell. No. IS City Hall.
Office of Association, N<>. 244 Grand street. Open l?rj
evening from ti to 0 o'clock, and 011 Wednesday from .'I to U
o'clock I*. M.. for ladies. Articles of the Asaocintion may be
had gratis.
ONLY IOR EIGHT VILLAGE LOTS, OH ONE
VP^tJ of l ifty 1'vrmN, containing fr??m four to twenty
acre* each, adjoining the vil Ingres of Lake Land and Herman
ville, Mirny of the lot* near the*e have already been sold f??p
100 jut cent advance over the price for whic h these lots nr?'
no* aol<l for. phowinff conclusively that t h?* purchase will be
a good investment. The opportiiuity it* now offered to nil
thope who ever wish t ?? obtain lau*<l on Long Inland, the
an?-ient " Car den of America/' that will probably never
occur Again, f??r the?** I n n d arc the only remaining new
Innda on the inland, and are e?| tin V in qttalttyf when culti
vated. to any otlier land. Paymvntfi in nnall monthly in
etulinent*. Apply to i'has, Wool), 20* liroadwav. corner
of Pulton at rent, wb? re map* and pamphlet* may be bad.
FINANCIAL.
OrricEor tue new haven and new lonimln
Railroad Company, March 1, The coupons of the
bond* of said company dne on the 10th of March. 1H.YJ. will
be paid on and after t fiat time, on presentation at the liank
ol the Republic, in the city of New York.
R. D. SMITH, Prudent,
RKMlTTAVrifl TO RNOLAND, IKltAND, &COT
laud, and U'a1*?. ? Draft*, from JL'l and upwards, p lia
ble at tight. arc issued by
JiOM MAN'. <; It INN ELL k CO., K\ Sonth -treet,
only authorized agents in this city for the Swallow Tail
tine* ot Liverpool find London packets.
ADA AAA T4? LOAN LIPS INSURANCE AlfD
ypO\"} V/v/* " Loan OfHce. No. Ho Nassau street, near
the Sun office. Applications for Life Insurance and Cali
fornia ri*>k? tak*n at the lowest rate* in the city. This office
i- always ready to muke large or small loans on most *11 de
scriptions of personal property.
m L. SllELDON, In rani t $ A ? ni
tilt I W |( | BOND s N I ? MORTGAGE FOR SA1 I
yJll/j vVv A first ela.-s country mortgage, secured by
the best improved real estate, worth S-'MW. and reniinu for
$2,000 per anunm, will be sold at a discount of $000. M ? r t -
gage draws seven per oent semi annually, and interest p.iid
promptly. Apply at the Insurnnce Office, KT> Na-sati Mroet.
AOA Ann TO LOAN OX PROMT* PIVE < ITU
yPO\ " j""/"/ property, also M, 000 on property in Wil
liamsburg or Brooklyn. Any amount of in n? y obtained on
sdequate security. A great variety of hou?r< in the city and
Brooklyn and Williamsburg. Purchaser-' *ill do will t ?
call at 7?*? Nassau street before buying. No charge in.'tdc for
: ha in# real estate, RODKKIt K L A WHENC E .
Pu BTXirn i <<>, * SOOTH STREET, NIH
? VovV, and No. 'M Waterloo Road, Liverpool, i-sino
sixht Drafts, payable throughout England, Ireland, Scot
land slid Wufes; sir alf-o agents for the Empire. Red Stnr,
Dramatic, and J*t. George's Line of Liverpool Packets, and
New Line from Hamburg and Rotterdam. sailing weekly.
Certificates f ? ? r above lines for iale.
IOIIN M. MICHAFT . Mi Of D H IP. ( OWN I K Of
South strret. has fur sale draft? for any amount, which
v?ili be cashed throughout Great Britain and Ireland. Als-,.
inline* certificates of pa ?ruc by the La-rh line ot New V- rk
n iid Liverpool packets. Refers t. U. -r? .In.. \Y \\ hitlock
to.. Sherman bt 4'ollins, Acton CUM. K- j, Kc.
THE PNDERSHiNKD ARE TO LEAVE NEW YORK
in the steamship *f tlo 20th. f. . i < alifomia Person
holding any claim* n/ain?t us, will plea-c <-<11 at No. 71
( hathain street, until the IPth, and r? ? lve ?etMcmcot for
the f.*me IV (iOLDS TK I N At CO
Peter (.old stein. Joseph Ooldateio, Seelig Goldstein,
*? 1 1 ?
MCll ORs.
\l r. PETERS it CO., aim: CELEBRATED FOR
1,1 , u lline the nn<--t arHele* in their H n?* of ?ny li >ut,
in the oil jr. Their Sprin* Moek l? now ?mnfl' te iio'l tltrr
die now [?rop?ri,<1 to off?r t'ren' fn'tiifcnifnt, f" knjrffn In
W In' t, llinndi**. < ' lis hi i' i .'nc<, IT ( li. ? litrut. I'orter, A 1, '
Hr-.?o Stout, ll?t?ii, kd..sr- k K Oi'il. r? < ?M. utvd
?ti,hr?rc, l>y M, It. r i: 1 r. If X CO.,:?K) Hroidw ?v.
U*m if. rNDERmtfj RF>rr.f TFri.LV calls the
*?tfuti"i? of dvkler* In li'im r. h<>?'N of famllin,. bi<\.
In his ejiti'ndivt ?toik 'if i-Wic* oM lirkndieii, Wini-?,
M hi^k'-y. Knin, Sootcli *ud E.i" ln lin 1'nlc Al>\ Eonilnu
I'uvt ? i'i nrown Stout, fci\, ^ll |? c r<nt !?'?< tliiin ?'
any other ?tore. Tho oel?br*Utl Hmmly ?t?re. 4Jtj Bruoi*
ureet. corner of f'ro.hj-.
risui BOTTLE DEI'ARTVEN r AT THE ( ELSBRA1 I B
I. Br.n'ly eontnin^ the i-hoi?eflt A.,.ovtai9nt of
Br?M'ie?. I'nrt. Shorry, Mftji ir*. ('hi?ni| Hirn?. t'lnret . A. < ..
A in". >cbi' d?m. Srlinnpiiit. Sunn, fce , tlin, St I r .ix *nil
?l.in'il'.i R it in W'hiakoy, Ale-. I'orter. Al'- \ e.. bv thv: dy
uu ur >iu?l? Ultle. ' W M II. I N BEKHII.L.
4't0 Broome ,tr?ef, eormr t i-o.l.v,
rpo i, nor f ms and LigroR dka i.ers. --t ilifsr i?.
I . i iln rs Imvi now Imiilirv.', lpy diSVrcnt ven-el". I . . j- ?> i, ? ,
K i ' i belle, nnd Ttordeanx Brnndie-. l?in,. I reni'h nml t ? . r -
m^in Win' ? 'ignr?. fc' : ?l?o. "l'i.cn:ie Mjf I'rnprieturr."
anil " I r.-.m i I " llrendii . and 'l ul l' " S??n t.in. " * hi -li
tl'i * t tl r <tle, from I S ll .oilrd It ;iri Imn'-e, nt l>.*
I vi'" ? r I H. SIMPSON \ SDNS, III ll'Mver ,tr< ' t
MUSIC A I..
LJICMIHA El.l/.A VALF.NTI.V1. PROI ESSOR HP
J5 Singing, hkl rrmori'il to 49 IMtlu ?tre? t. sh.' I ... ?
not ten' h for l?, tban Stfl a '|ii?rter, twenty-flTe loMonn,
r f'J" ? month, i iKht le?f.on?. Bt inr Manned out ?I1 the day,
*il n|.plle*tlon* n\n"t I"' mud, hv lett?r. l"r lcion,, or liny
otlm profeMiionul bu?iaCM?, wfilch ohv will promptly kt
,i nd to.
\1T A N TF. B.? T II F. HERMAN III. BREW COVOREOA
?f tioii. " Rodef Sholrm " of Philadelphia, P?., ?intn
t'lclitr'. who *ro iiualifiuil in munio, to rondu. t a choir, and
nri ar'|ii?iiit?'d in t li ? ''iemcntary tlfikrew iii?trm-ti >n? v?
lory not tn rioe.d $.^10. Non*kattho,? who bavr th??bor?
qn?litl'?lion? nerd *rj''T to!*- ADI.KR, JtU !?>? /lid
.(jtt'i w jut*, rm^tipM, i'?.
TBSASTT EROIITER.
rl f TY ASSEMBLY KOOHS, 442. 444, 44?, 44f. AND 4V0
t Br??<lw?jr.? The undrraigued moat respectfully myites
the lltwotkuo of societies ami ullnu who uiav ? iihi i hire
I bo most elegant and extensive rooms ia llw ctt v. that the
same in ay be bad fur the spring and *uiuiu?r iu mi Ik, i.y *?>
plication to GEO. W. MILLER, up stairs.
Druo stock and fixtures for hai.k. ami
Store to Ut- The stuck in large and well Mxirtrd, ?n-l
titur** in food order. Will be sold *t ? bargum fur cash,
or lv? eqalvalent. Apply ?t 218 Bowery.
National hotel, Detroit, to let -this new
and flrf&Rt hotel will he completed by the I .1th M.iy
nest. It i? bull of Connecticut freestone; lim JKI mo ih
ladies' parlor 36 by 70. and the dining hall 41 by 120, nu I
feet in the clear It ia flniihed witli |i|atn pttM, urir:.l<
naatsls. beantifnl |t|M9 work) electro magm tic I ??BDOla
tor, and all modern improvements. The owners arc now
putting ib tbe greater p%rt of the furniture: but the leasee
? iM b? required to furniah U> the amount uf about
fca/ly applnatlvu ie solicited.
CRANE & WESSON, Detroit.
opunuo STORES. -TO RENT, FOR FIVE OR TEN
^ years, the two line tive story stores, 4.1 and 4A Barclay
street. They are, without exception, the lineat stores iu th?
eity. F?r ti ruis, lie., apply to Ed II. Iludaon, 1W broad
nay, er W. II. Holbruok, l.'?7 Broadway.
Storks to rent in brooklyn.-two four
story brick and atone Stores, 25 feet by .HI feet each,
situated on Furman atreet, about 200 yanla below the Ful
ton Kerry. Theae stores aro well calculated for manufac
turing purposes, and a steam engine will he put in if re
quired. Apply to Messrs. King and Kollutn, I'ultoB strvet ,
turner el' Orange, Itrooklvn, or lo
(iKoitoE collins M fin rtmt, y. v.
CTF.^M POWER TO l.ET. AMI W El. I, I.Uilll'Eil ;
room, with constant and steady power, at ('AMI'
HELL'S Iron works, Nu. U AJumi street, Bruuklju, near |
Catherine Kerry.
rpo LET-TRC THREE STORY IUVKI.I.INl! IIOUSE I
A No. M West Twenty-Brat street, between the sixth and ,
Seventh avennea, replete with nil t Im inoderu cuuveuy: ices.
Apply to Alfred Tobina, 270 Fourth atreet.
TO LET? THE UlTKIl PART OF TIIF. MODERN
three atory house No. 2SI West Fifteenth atreet. lie
tween Eighth and N int h avenues, consisting of two parlors,
two bedrooms, and bath room on second floor, oii>' bedroom
on third floor, with the back basement. Apply to A. North
rup. IM) Oreenwicli street.
TO l.ET? A MODERN TWO STORY AND ATTIC
house. marble mantels throughout. Kent, VtVal. Ad
dret-s No. 4 Allen atreet.
To LIT? TO A fikst it AT B RESPONSIBLE PLUM*
liCr. a choice (tore iu Sixth uveuue. The runt and mueli
mure will be taken in plumbing. Alao, two other stores,
well located, from the 1st of April next, for which prufcrem e
will br (riven tu dealers in furniture, hardware, clot liinK- or
boots Mid (.hois. Apply tu II. ti. I'l EKCE. .l.t Hull aire t,
or 14 Meat Thirty-eighth street, iu the evening
TO LEAKE? ABOUT SIXTY LOTS OF GROUND. IN
the city of llrooklyn. situated ou Fultou street, at its
junction with Atlantic. On the p remixes are two liouaea
and a barn? a goud lucatiuu fur a R"rdeu. Apply ut Nu.
Walker street.
mo LET-ONE OR TWO PLEASANT ROOMS, IN
X Amity rtrect, jnit out of Broadway, with or without
furniture. liii|Uire at P. Cole'aatore, No. lisy liroadwiiy
TO LET? A TWO STORY ANI) ATTIC FRAME HOUSE,
with eifrht lota of ground for a garden, in Sixty-Hrst
atreet, near Secoud avenue. C'ruton water iu the buae
Bunt. Rent SIIHI. Apply to
JOHN ti. LIOHTBODY, 38 Rn?? atreet.
ri^O LET ? A SHOP, ON REASONABLE TERMS? I N A
J ?ood locality, auitablo for a aasli or blind maker. Ap
ply iu the elHce, rear ol 207 Wouater atreet.
rpo LET? POSSESSION IMMEDIATELY? THE FOUR
A story basement house, No. .'!S2 Fourth avenue, with
lath, ranirei, hot and cold water to third floor. It has In en
newly puint> d throughout, and is in good order, containing
ten sleeping rooms, two parlors, dining aud drawing room-.
A^ipl^tu E. It. KlNSIIIMEK, Jl'.t Fourth avenue, lroin 2 to
rpO LET? IN THE LOWER PART OF TIIE CITY. TO A i
m cm all family of {tr.iwu pcraona, the upper part of a
two itory houae. consisting of three rooiua on the second '
boor, aud three attic rooms, with iirivllege of front cellar, in
Greenwich atreet. a few doors from the Battery. Rcut
$3110 per year. Can lie aeon from 12 till 2 o'clock daily
For further particulars, apply on the premUes, 2* Greenwic h
at net. N. V. Reference* exchanged.
rp O LET- FRO* THE FIRST OF MAY NEXT. ON
JL reasonable terms, a very convenient t wo story hr i* I:
house, No. IZ'l Troy street, between Groenwieh ami Wa li
ingtun streets. Inquire on the premUea.
rpo LET.- -THE SECOND FLOOR 1\ TIIE MODERN
J. brick bouse, No. <l .lames struct, to a small fauiily.
Kent $225. In<|uirc iu the store.
rpo LET, AT NO. 0 THIRD STREET? A MODERN TWO
J. story and attic houae, marhlu mantles throughout.
Rent $000. Apply at I Allen atreet.
TO RENT. FURNISHED? PART OF A THREE STORY
moderu brick house, to a amall family; premises located
in Hammond Mreet uear l uuith. Address A. L., at, Uiii
office, fur one week.
TO LET? TIIE UPPER PART OF A HOUSE ON >l\
?luhn a Park, lludaou street, with h'it and cuM baths,
to a respectable luiuily, without childreu. Address P.. No.
t!4 Canal atreet. I
MMKIiLANROI'S.
CELLING OFF I? OR* AT BARGAINS!!? A. JOEL k
?J I'"., MM Broadway, being about Id ?*0'?ct soma extensive
alterations in their store, will mil at an immense reduction,
their well assorted stuck of Watches, Rich Jvwelry, Silver,
and Silver I'lated Ware. Porcelain Vas??, Papier Ma<h<j
W ares, Opera masses, Fans, and other rich fumy goods,
( I heir ow n iuiportat inn, ) uutil the 2d of April, when tb ir
? tore will he closed while the alterations are being effected,
WATCHES? JUST RECEIVED PER STEAMSHIP AT
Innt u . two elm ol' toe gold and silver Wm oh? is,
which will he ssld ut very low prices. Cj liuder watches nt
$10 ?0; gold Hutches $15 to gold levers %MI, hunting do,
^Sfi: gold plated levers, full Jew tilled, warranted ? ?
...W ?. 1 . I lai-llltu I ~r ? r ?UI- ? 11 tch?i and Jve . I
r I In - >
\ET A RR ANTED WATCHES? GOLD LEVER"', Kill. I,
IT Jewelled, $30. S.'l'i. Slfh Silver Levers, full jewulii d.
$ 1 j ; Ladies' Gold Watches as low a? Sl'.'i. Tobias and lines
ley Levers. JOHN COX, Importer,
20S Broadway. corner of Fultou street, upstairs.
- iWUk CABAS AS \ ( ARVA.IAL.5,000 J DECAB AH
gn V t'o.. .'..IKKt Figaro, iW.UW Loudon Regalias
uuti Common Sine, for sale low. l?v
II. W. LIVINGSTON. 603 Br?adwav.
?7 \ /If M) SF.GARS FOR S A I. E.? 7?'<.000 SEGARS, OF
f various brands, will be sold in lots to suit,
at it Isrire discount. iW.000 line t.crmau imported Segar*. ut
>s 7"i per M.: UO.OOO imported Havana. at SI5; '? ">,000 best
brand in the city, at y-V Apply at the insurance Oltee,
No. rt? Nassau street.
Ill HMTI IIK - II. STONE V RESPECTFULLY IN
forms bis customers and the public in general, that he
has an unusual assortment of splendid rosewood Parlor and
Chamber Fnriiitiire, which will be sold at moderate price .
Call aud examine, fu ture purchasing elsewhere, at II,
STON FY'S, &'li HroaUway, next dowr to Cwllatnore House.
NEW PAPER HANOI NGS.? THOS. I AYE A CO.. 4 aj
I'eirl street, near Madison, have just motived the new
spring patterns of every known style In the trade. The pub
lie arc(inTiteil to examine before pnri ha sing. Artirtic work
men attend to the retail department.
THOMAS JAY I A CO.. 430 Pearl stroet.
WANCY GOOD* AND TOYS? KUEIINE A SCIIOEN
A iug beg leave lo inform their frieads aud merchants in
general, that they have established themselves at Dejr
afreet, for the sale of Herman. French, aud English fancy
Goods and Toys, French. China. Bohemian Glassware, tier
?nan Cutlery, Oerman Hrassware. Candlesticks and Lamp ?,
Cornices and (lilt Moulding'. A II Roods are direct, from li e
manufacturers, imported by themselves, and will be sold ?t.
the lowest market prices. Jobbers and merchants arc in
vited fo examine their stock.
K 1 F.I! N L A SCHOEMNG, 31' D?y street, up aulr*.
PHILLIPS'S PATENT FIRE AN Mil I LATOR.-TH r,
Aineriian I ire Annihilator Company are now prepared
t? dispose of Territorial Ili^ht a for state* and ? aunt io.-. an I
to receive orders for -Ma' iiiues and Charges. The Anuilnls
torf now made by the < ompany are e<|tial in every restieci
to the English, being made tinder the direction of Mr Phil
lip- himself. The ntachiue* vuv in ttu. ttid arc numbered
from I toTi ? the prices varying from SI0 to t : ',"i Order- re
reived, nnd any Itirt her information Riven, at the oflicu ol
the (.'oiupanv, No. I Warren -treet New Vork.
IV I 1IARM M. General Manager.
ELIPTK AL PATENT PLANING MACHINE. FOR
planing, tonguing and grooving boards and other ma
terials. This machine v.a* patented on the Uld of December
last, and is in lull operation at t lie I'luenix Steam Mill*, at
the foot of Brown street. Philadelphia, jTvduvoi work
tqTI.*' " ""jw'iur * n y hifte.une how in use. Loth a? to
quantity and quality. The lumber planed by tin- maehine
i? as well adapted for b? in;t pniati 1 a- lhat planed by hand,
the fibre of the v ood not hving ompr??sed after hein^
planed. Also t he ellpt ieal f t one cutler, for facing marble,
granite and other anhstanees, a- well as for chipping dye
-tuffs, can be had by apphim ' v letter r otherwise to
JAMEj M. PATTON. Philadelphia.
(1 LASS WARE I'l \I.ERS HOTEL AND STEAMBOAT
? proprietors arc her Inform' 1 that the most perfect
and elegant article of n -elf operating denantor, and water
bottle, stopper, fce., lor whi -n Icttera patent will soon be
i, ? ited, can be obtained at h bob m le and retail of Tl* RN Elf.
1 A N E A MORKI S. at 43. ?>'< and 47 Hua tie street, New Vork .
and also at tlio mannfaetory. ?37 Hudson etreet. (Kipp\
Ilrown'a old corner). Healers are cautioned against pur
basing anv article of this kind unless the stoppers have
' W alter llunt ? Improved Swivel Cap Decanter Stopper '
rintt il upon the boxes in which they arc offered, or upon
lie stoppers, which are made with a dome cap. arranged so
i' 9 to play loosely upon a central spire, with a small ball
upon its >amniit. The proprietor having eotnpliei with the
n (uirements ol the la w In sctiring letters patent f?r this
, lan of a de< antt r stopper i d ler mined to defend It against
11 tnft Ingementa. t IIA" T. K1IT .V!7 H'ld iri st.
The ronnE?T ca-f..
Dark jealotiay n
Dark jealousy ut 1YI.111 '"T wife.
As the immortal Shakapearc ?in??.
Is one of the most fruitful thiug?
t if rage aud heart consuming stiifi.
Hut other causes chafe the blood,
\ nd on a sultry summer night
To be sompelled to wage a huht
With bugs and flcaa will sour the
lint Lyon's Powders, shaken in the cracks
oi bedsteads, walls, or closet shelves,
Will he destructi' u to the little elses,
Ere they have warning to make tra k?.
Dcf t for the sale of LYON S Magnetic Powdot tt l Pill*
No. r-4 Broadway.
\V" ONDERFUI. DISCOVEHV. -THE t k.l,EHK \TFI?
" (iriental I'reparation. for p?rfectly cl**n*ing and beau
tifjing the Teeth, and promoting a healthy action of ?l">
gums, ia tiianufaetured only by the Aeceitlapian Compasiv.
121 Fulton street, tip stairs, where all orders "ill be re. civcd
and faithfully attended to. This original preparation is
ci ta posed ol v cji't able powdsrs, oootaimnr ail rtugent qua
lities. so peinllarlv adapted to til." sums, that bad brea'
bleeding, senrvv. itc.. disappear bei re it * ma-'ical affoct
Beside* the inedi. innl qua III io^i. found in no "i her c..tnpouni'
It contalna mecbanh ?! 8^*11'* which never tall to give to the
teet h a pearly w Mi -hi >*. whit h n ? other dent ri!.c< can ti.i ?
tate. Its n.c hin beret. dure been eouttno I to private in i.
vidtmls; but Its incre.i iug popularity ha - at Icocth brought
it before the public Thi * eulsplau ? ompany l? ing
posed of experience. I .1 nii-t ? and ba? ing been b 'iiored wl h
it re at patronage t-i a Ion it )" riod. n III c ut in ne t ben oj.. r,.
t ion in I n 1 1 in, n - l.ei 1 1 t r- upon lb ti . ? - 1 r ? < - < ? ?
terms The Oriental pr paia o.n is put up in luxe*, at dfti
cc at s cm h.
\HTIFH I A I. I.EEi HES.- Al EXANDKRS PATENT -
lly this invention famillc* can have n< or t?-lve
I.eeehes always ready for use. and easily applied, at a tri
drug cost, whi n compared to the expense and trouble of the
disgusting reptile. Depot 131 Fulton street, Herald build
ing.
INSTRUCTIONS.
WR I T I N <; ( LASSES.? APPIY THIS WEEK AT
Goldsmith's, IPG llr<>adway. if you ?j?h to acquire ft
good band writing. The terms are reduced, fur this monih
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NEWS BV TELEGRAPH
INTERESTING FROM WASHINGTON
THE M AMA l t'Hl'SETTH I REE SOILERfr
ACIAI V IN TUB FIELD.
MR. DAVIS' EXPOSITION OK MR. RJMOtt.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATURE.
Bxcitcment in the Assembly*
Majority of Ute Friends of Snow.
STAMPEDE OF THE DEMOCRATS
Thf Slate Rijrlila Convention or Alabama.
AWFUL MHBDBBS a.VI> suicide,
?SiC. lir. Ac,
?1 1IIRI Y-SECOND CONGRESS.
f liwr HWWO.V.
IIous? of Rrprenrntaflvt^.
W'aihinuton, March fl. ISM.
rtW'CiVAL ItPLtMlTlOII ? SWAMf U!<D1 ? JOinNAL
ETC.
Mr. Bf 4 li made a personal explanation. The g> ntle?
man from Ohio, (Mr. Cuinpbell.) yesterday remarked that
none. or. bI most. but few. of llm democrats in the ln*t
Congress I art refused to vote for tin' measure giving
swamp lands to Arkiinsns and other States. The gentle
mun hurt referred to the Journal, mirt said his name wa<
there recorded in favor of the proposition. So it if. Hut
he hurt always been opposed to such a disposition of tl>?
public lands, nnd hud so declared repeatedly. botll
here and at home. l(o had denounced the hill. a*
part anil parcel of a systrui to squander the domain*
which bel> iik to all the people of the confederacy. Ite
must hare voted iu mistake. or else the journal in vfron^.
He appealed to Kir. Harris. of Tennessee. with whom lit)
roomed. in proof of bin position on this sulject
Mr II a k hi s. (rteui.) confirmed what the gentleninif
asserted: and further, that Mr. Ucalc wan opposed to th?
llorinty Land bill.
Mr (' tMi'iu i l. dree Boil) of Ohio, remarked th.it. h0
rtid not wish to place any gentli nuiii in a false petition.
He had referred to the journal, and quoted, iu general
tcruis. the votes of democrats upon the subject,. lie did
not understand the gentleman. as intimating that h?
(Mr. Campbell) had been guilty of an improper Motion.
Mr. Mi ai i ? By no means.
Mr. ('AMrntxL was happy that the gentleman ha<|
placed himself right in this matter.
Mr. Joiikson, (ih tn.) of Tcnn.. <~ai<l that frequent mis
t ukes occur in the journal, and hi an Instance. mid that
his name was on the journal tu> voting for the bill twtiih
lishing the Department of the Interior, when, in fact, I14
was Ijing at home sick. at the tlmo the bill pa "ted
moirrn ft. wi.tmoff.'s accou-ct*.
A me'-siige was received from the President transmit
ting from the Treasury Ucimrtrueut astatemtnl 0! thf
accounts of Prosper M. Wctmore.
r?star. or rniv?rr mu.i. etc.
The Ilonse passed live private bill ..
iibe Senate b'lLs were all referred to n rnwitt' es an<f
the speaker's table was cleared.
Till: Kl Vfl'CKV OKAI' AVO OI'MB A ?U *1.
The Semite bill cxtcnrtlntr for live years the time foi*
celling the lands granted by Congress to the Kentucky
Asylum lor the Deaf and Dumb, was passed.
i in: hali:ii;m ami rusTiiN iiaii.hoad
After a debate, the Senate bill for the relief of the lla.
leigli and tlaston Railroad ? suspending the dnty on rail*,
and proposing to pay the duties in mail *? rvice ? was
taken up. when
Mr. Mkaih . (dern.) of Vft . moved that the till be put
on its passage, nnd argued in fuvor of the motion.
Mr. Nabohs. (dem .) of Miss.. nioTed that the bill I >4
eoumiitted. with instructions to Inquire into the expe
diency of abolishing the duties on railroad iron.
The Sri aki a declared this out of order.
Mr. Nabob* then gave notice that he would submit thf
proposition ut another time.
A da bate ensued about the road, and the House refu'C <|
to lay the bill on the table by yen* 04. nays 100.
The question was stated to be 011 the passage of thA
bill, pending which, the House went into Committee of
the Whole, on
THE HOMES? KAD BILL ? ANOTIII H ATTMMFT TO RA ? ANCS. 1111}
A< ( 0I M1 Of 1JII. MASSAtlllSl.n rilCC SOILtS*?
| DAVIS AMI MAN'TOt 1..
Mr. Davis. (rroe-doll whig.) of Mnss.. was entitled to thft
floor ; mill 11 Isiug understood that he lntend?d to reply
to Mr. llnntoul.many meraboni t'jok scuts In the an a. tlitj
Wttor to listen to hiiu. Much confusion fur some tiuiH
prevailed succeeded by a silence seldom c njoyrd iu tlnj
bull.
Mr. Davis commenced by iwying, on the 10!h ft Juii
linry Inst, he had occasion {o mike some remarks wlih re
gard to unjust aspersions on a distinguished citiacn of
Massachusetts (Mr. Webster.) The remark* were r?
pli'tl to. nor hy the geotlnunu to wbfiiA tb<y were
addressed. (Mr. Allen.) hut hy another cp"si" in
and the mode of reply was wn?"V .1 r
merit fomt nurt of nuliee from him. J. _.i,..
1 > the S'flei-tions ow
Inn past course. he had no fuult to find ? nil he hud to my
with, that the line of the remark such a* to invito
comparison and challenge It. and which he ( Mr. D.ivisJ
was disposed to institute. There were curtain tacts whieft
hi > colleague omitted to notice, lly making a skilful dis
position ot facts full of them. occurring many years ago,
when he (Mr. Davis). unquestionably held what, for y.ri
past he has considered extreme view*), and hy withhold
ing other facts, his colleague h id succeeded in cnDsiug '"i*
erroneous impression in this House, and in the mind" of
those who d<> not kuow all the fact*. If my ccileagu *,
alter showing my course tea or fifteen years ago. had said
that, since l hut period, when I held opinions certainly in
tolerant and proscrlptlve, and which I do not intend to
justify. I hui e voted twice for a sl.ivebolding President,
anil that in 184-1 I was electa! a delegate to the conven
tion and favored the election of such a candidate ; ? if h*
had gone on and said that, iu my own district, during two
trials. I was opposed hy tie' free soil party in Mio-snebu
setts If he had said all thi?. it would not he necessary
for me now to notice hi* remark-". Duriug a life of
Oil iscrvntion and experience, it would be viry sin
gular if we did not somel'inu* change our vi> ?? mule
the light of additional wi*lom. This probably will
be assented to hy my colleague before I finish. A period
not longer than three week* will serve him; (laughter)
changes will ever bo found both in the minds of Northerir
and Southern gentlemen If 1 nni not misinformed, it
.Southern member on this floor, representing a slave-hold
ing constituency, at one period r>f his life held opinion*
similar to those I entertained; but this does net now in
terfere with his enjoyment of the commence of u Southeilf
constituency My colleague ha* suggested that I hav?
libelled Massachusetts. 1 utily statisl certain facts, from
which be drew that inference; but if this is true, having
contributed to them facts, it is for my colleague and his
associates to put their h.'indx to their mouths, and their
mouths to the dust, for having given occasion to occur
rences which can tw thus construed My colleague said
that the coalition between the di-mcrnta and free soileri
in Massachusetts was a masterly combination; and h?
said it would he 0 strange thing if men of different reli.
gioti" could not unite to extinguish a conflagration Now,
suppose one part ot the people at the fire should
pour on tar. and the other water. This might ho
a fine thing for theai hut thu question is. hwi*
would it he for the hou-eholdcrs and ia?urane?
companies ' My colleague said, as far a? he went,
that ii was impossible for any oue holding the opinions I.
have licjd to he capable of .sympathising with a nation*!
party ? and my colleague. therefore. turned from the coa
lition. to exhibit the ancient fossil remains pcrtoiniug to
my past opinions. 1 now propose to follow tiiat compari
son with my colleague, which he somewhat imperiously
invited. Iict ween my course and that suggested 'i'oull
the early part of my colleague'^ history. 1 am sure 1 uiu
not disposed to uttaeh much importance. My colleague
will remember that, as far hack as ? before Jackson
1-ni lunl any distinct name? a few men got together to
celebrate the i ictory at New Orleans ? but betook a dif
ferent view of the subject, and bit inspiration broke on (
iu soitit nnd poetry, thus ?
strike the tonga ' ? blow the hugng!
]<et the loud ho anna 'ound!" M-iugl.ter )
Mr IltMoi 1. arose nnd asked-? "On what authority
doc* my collcagtte attribute that poem to me
M r Dai |?? 'I hat of the newspapers
Mr IU.n 101 1. ? 1 have nothing further to *siy. ( Laugh
ter 1
Mr Davis? I ask whether I nm right?
Mi It am 01 l ? 1 think you are wrong in quoting any?
thing from newspapers ou anonymous authority. 1 laugh
ter.; and??
\ oKKi? 'Ia that true?'' ' lie don't deny It.'' "Ilut
ha ' ' '
Mr Davh resumed ? Tf this I* ?o decidedly wrong. E
suppose my collengne d'>o* not intend to f> llnw my exam
ple My colleague does him-elf less than justice in im
puting to me. a- I think he does, that in 1X40. before th?
Massachusetts Legislature. I was the first to succeed it*
introducing and carrying through various resolves rela
tive to the slavery question; but as tar back as 1838 every
word and syllable of these Massachusetts resolves wero
anticipated by my colleague of the Kssex district being .1
democratic candidate, in a letter dated Gloucester. Nov.
a. 1S..H. In answer to certain questions, hi' said h"' bud al
ways regarded slavery as a curse and took strong irrourvl
in favor of the nlsilitlon of slavery in the District ?'! ? o
luiuhia anil the territories, and enforced, likewise, t Iks
power of Congress OW the interstate slave trade lid
colleague has gone into political action nnder the resolu*
tinfl of the Baltimore platform, which declared that, nil
the efforts of the abolitionists to Induce t'ongress to in
terfere with slavery would lead to alarming and danger
oil- csnscqucnces. 1W.'1 l"'? li"g the question of thil
annexation ot Texas President Tyler appointed my col
league to the collectorshlp of Boston, and 1 therefore nip
po e that his opinions were in conformity with those of
Tyler In 1844 and 1818. my colleague was a member of
the Baltimore Convention, nt which the ?atne resolution
wnspn?sid Mr Duvi* tracinl Mr llnntoul through i"*
political windings, nnd ?aid that his coUc**- M. >f iv
184<' was elected a member of a l>eii<;c y " '
Mr l< rovt (quickly re?poiidi*l(i nrTr.r elect
ed, and never went to a p?*'cc society It was another
gentleman of the same name
Mr Davis resumed? ~ln a >tato convtntion in 1^4^. "f
which his colleague was a member, a resolve was pi?*?eit
somewhat to this effect ? 'That it is not "iit'c to retain
persons in oftloe who ?ntertnln doctrines calculated to
weak,cn the I nion '' This nndenitcxxl to apply
to (ioiemor Morton, who was reported to ii?
favor of Vnn Buren Mr Davis then spoke of th?
nutting gotten up in Bontm in November l*W in favor
of svistnining the compMBb^ mielUB* His eolleagitn
wns invited to address the mooting, lor he liad said lio
approved of them The onlv doubt was. however? a- ho
was running for iVngivs*1? whetlu r he had not la-tter de
cline to express his opinions. In the winterof laoo a
combination w?s still carried on between the dtjnocmM
fix* ?viJm'?. la tiut tmrgaio tt tin wij*r wm w

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