Newspaper of The New York Herald, March 8, 1847, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated March 8, 1847 Page 1
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TH] " T " ' - 1" - - r Vol, XIU, to. 00-WHiftU R?. ?mKl THE NEW YORK HERALD. | JAMES GORDON BENNETT, PROPRIETOR. j Circulation-- Forty Thousand. DAILY HERALD? Every day, Pric. S eeata pereopy-$7 t} par annum?payable in advance. . _ ... WEEKLY HERALD?Every 8?tardiy-Price 6X cent, per copy?J 1?K cenu per annum-payable in advance. HEKALU MJR EUROPE-Every 4?t.T Price #>4 ceuti per copy?>1 t** annum, payable ui *d 'annual PICTORIAL H ERALV-^bHihedon the | lit of January of each year-?infle copiw .iipeuce each | ADVERTISE the la ed.anco. AdvertireraenU ?honld be written in ? I Uin, legible manner. The Proprietor will notbe reepomlble for "p^^S^o?"irk'nd.?.e?t.a beaut,.ally end with All letters or communications. by mail, addressed t>- ihe establishment oiuit be postpaid, or (he po.-tage willow deducted Irom (he subscription inouev remitted. JAMh-S tiORDON BENNETT, 1'roprietor of the New Voux Herald Establishment, North West comer ol Fulton and Nassaa street* CttAVKLhlOM At^UUn JMOJJA I HIM. CHANGE OF HOUKS IjTTiliiii' CTiUll fflOTfB BjlTiifil IhIaaI' Ra.lkoaia^ WINTER ARRANGEMENT. On and alter Monday, Dee. 2d, lid#. Trains will ran as follows:? Lkatx I/tooaLYN?at 7 o'clock A ML 1 Boston trnia) for Uroenport, daily, (except Bnndaye) stopping at Kviaicgditle and St. Geoxge't Manor. ' " at 9X A. M., daily, for Ureenport and 'intermediate places. * " etlf M. for Karmicgdale, daily. Leave 0a?*roPT?<at A. M., aailY accommodation train fur Brooklyn. " " at 3* P. Al., (Boston Train) or on the arrival of tin boat from Norwi h, daily, (except Sondare.) v pptng at St. George's Mann' and Earmtngd'.le. Leave Fabminopalk at 6X A. M. daily, (except Sundays,) acconxnodati ri train; and 11 M. and 5X T. M. Leave Jamaica?at 8 o'clors A. M., 1 P. M., and #X P. JVi, for Brooklyn, or on the arrival of Bostoa tram. SUNDAE TRAINS will hereafter ran to Thomyon Bta tioe? leave Brook'yn at 9 A. M. for Thompson and intermediate p)aoes,( commencing Man day the 8th flevetnker, return ing leave Thompson at I o'clock P. M., Narmingdale 2X. Jaraaicx ?XFace to?Bedford, 8 cenu; Eaat New York, 1SX; Race Course. l"V: 1'rottniE Coarse. I8V: Jamaioa. 21: Brusnville. 11.W-' Hide l'ark, (17 miles) 37}?;.CIowiville, (during the session of Court) 9?X; Hempstead. 97)<S Branch 77fe; Carl* Place, 41 Westbury, 44; Hickaville, 44; Fnrmingdale, 62X; Dear Park,tt9: Thompson, St; Suffolk Station, $1; Lake Road Station, $1 13V; Mejford Station, SI 18J?: Yuphank, 91 J7X( St. tioorie's Manor, $1 MX; Riverhead, CI 62X; Jamesport, I 82X: Martetuck, $1 62X; Cutchogue, 91 82X; Sonthold, Cl 62X; Urseuport Accommodation Train, 91 79; Boston train, 92 20. Stages art in readiness on the arrival of Trains at the several Stations, to lake passengers at very low fares, to all parts ol the Island. Baggage Crate* will be in readiness at the foot of Whitehall etrseiTto receive baggage fcr the several trains. 90 minntes before the hour of starting from the Brooklyn side. The steamboat "Statesman'- leaves (Jreenport for San Hap bor on the arrival of the Boston train Rom Brooklyn d23rh NEW YORK AND NEW BRUNSWICK. |?^4 The Steamboat HAH ITAN. Opt. Isaac fisher, will commence her regular trips for 3KBae2XC3Lthr season, between New Brunswick and , New foik, on ivlondav, the 1st day of March, leaving New ' Bruntwick at 7 o'clock, A. M., making her usual landings at ^ French's Dock South Amboy, Perth Am boy, Bentley, Tot- [ ten, Umsville, Tntts, and Chelsea, arriving in New York t about 10X o'clock. Beturning. will leave New York from the foot of Barclay street, at 2X o'clock, P.M. for New Brunswick, landieg as ab'-ve a Hnrici Anil rirriitf>ii and all kinds nl' fmiffht. tAlrsn nf th? t usual rices. o N. B ?All freight, specie and baggage taken at the risk of r the owners thereof. . New Brnnswick, 33d Feb.Hare, 184T. (55 lw*r a THK PROPHIETOIIS of Steamboats I &MTri'?jriTllhl"r Bells hung, would do well to pap a f y?n ?lTi f*. vuit on hosid the stsatnbosts ,Niagara, Iroa , witch, Governor, iron host John Stevens, Worcester. Tra , veller, Thomas Powell, lite , and examine ,H HOMER'S improved style cf Bell Hinging. put up neat and strong, and * warranted for one year, by H. H. No. S Ann ?t. f31 lm?rre e NOTICE. ' *gt On and after Friday, November 30th, the steamboat SYLPH. Captain Braisted, will Jttw3MCdLnukt the following trips to and from States Island until further notice, vi* s? Leave New York. I Leave States lalaad. At 9 A. M. At 3* U A.M. I 10 1 1'. M. | 13 M IK " ? M. "w I ?K" l*t K.EGULA11 MAIL LINE FOlt BOSTON. TIA NORWICH fc WOR- ealM e 8tf*n sML^BTEH, withont change * r"Jt&Sa T*("'s or B ".linage, or withont,.^^^^K i waML-Z-crosaing any Ferry. saaenpest taking their seats at Norwich, are insured tnen s i ts through to Boston. This being the only inland route lit t coraiuamcntes through by steamboat and railroad. Passengers by tRis line are accompanied through by the conductor of the train, who will have particular charge of their baggage, and who will ctherwiae give hie attention to their ease nud comfort. This line leaves south Side Tier No. 1, North Kiver, foot of Battery Place, daily, (Sundays escepted) at 4 o'clock, P. JM., and atrtves in Boston in time to take all the eastern trains. The new steamer WORCESTER. Capt. Van Palt, leaves tr?rj Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturdays, at 4 o'clock, P. M The steamer CLEOPATRA, Captain Williams, leaves 1 every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 4 o'clock, P. M. For further information, inquire of J. H. VANDEKBILT, No. 8'ery Place. North River. <133 tf re ITaS"WI IN TEH ARU AN OEM KNTS.-The /L. Norwich, Worcester and Boston Rajl Road . ~ i?t and Stoun Transportation Liue?The snb- 1 stautial steam propeller Trumbull, Captain Daniel Havens < will run tegul irly between Norwich and New York, making | two passages a week; leaving New York from pier 13 E. H. j Old slip. For freight, which will be taken at simmer rates ; or passage, having elegint accommodations apply to the , Captaiu, ou board, or to . E. A. BILL, Norwich, Conn.,and to J. lit N. HKIGOS. 40 Knntfrst. NewYqrk. 1 ONiir.u iiTAina viAtL LINK. FOR ALBANY AND TROY, VIA ' jy gjej f* " - 'it -r"rt and Houaatonic Railroad. Our- 1 " I 'Ft lit in;: last summer, the flnusatonic Railroad 1 has been reluid with a heavy H Rail, from Bridgeport to I tbu Western Railroad. Through bv Daylight, daily (Sua- | day's excepted) ut (iK o'clock, A.M. I The Steamboat MOUNTAINh.ER, Capt. W. H. Frazee, leaves the hint of Market street, E. R., for Bridgeport, Daily, lie (>X o clock, A >1. An Ireigiit tHgen in tne lMsseuger Line. r<tsaei>gers take the Can at Bridgeport and without change of I Cari or llak.'.at e Cratea, arrive in Albany and Troy at 5 I o'clpck, P. M. New Cars and Locomotive engine* have been procured, end the Head u in every reaped equal to the best NewHii gliud Koad. O""A Freight Line by Steamers Nimrod. and Mohegan, daifv?Frei*nt Taiif! aame na laat year ?bor further particular* inquire at the Office on Market street Pier, and at Liviugn.ou and Wells' Express, 10 Wall Street. fc4 Im re O. M. PF.B.H Y. Agent. ? ? bHITlSH -AN LI iNOHTH AMJCR CAN UOYAL M.aii, SPKAM SHIPS .-'i-.'jl,j1'?( 1200 tons and 410 horse power eaeh, us i der contract with the Lords of the Adnai HIBEBNIV .. J. Capt. A. Byrie CALEDONIA Cap. E. O. Lota. BK1TANNIA Capt. J.Hewitt. CAMBRIA Capt.C. H R.Jndkins. ACADIA Capt. Win. Hamroe. I Will sail from Liverpool and Boston, via Halifax, as follows r? ?ri>4? jiosiow. prom LivanrooL. Hibernin Fee. 1, 1847 Hibernia Jan. 4, 1847 Cambria March 1, 1847 Cumbria Feb. 4, 1847 Hibernia April 1, 1847 Hibernia March 4, 1847 !Pa<sa?x Moan. from Boston to Liverpool SIM. From Boston to Helilax M. No bertha secured until paid for. These ihipa carry experienced surgeons. No freight, except specie, received on dayi of tailing. f ar I'reieht. Dxiaure. or anr other information, nmlv to k ljR,OHAMj- Agent." Ac HAKM KN k CO.'S, 6 Wall St. C'f In addition Co the above line between Liverpool and Holif**. end Boston. a contract has been entere d i nie with Her Majesty's government, to establish a liua between Liverpool end Sew Vork direct The steamships for line eer vice are uow beinu built, and early next yenr doe notice will be givun oftiie lime when they will start. Under the new compact the aleamere will eail every Saturday during eight inouTLn, and every fortnight during the other months in the year. Going alternately between Liverpool, and Halifax and Boston. and between Liverpool and New York. J* r litvEAT HKITaIJN AND IRELAND, v ea PERSONS wishing to remit money to England, Ireland, Scotland, or Wales, will i'jL JjCXi do well to apply to the subscriber*, at the / f&f&SXfi-Xi^ old es abltslied passage office, 275 Pearl mMMMMMurHt, where .'.s usual drafts sre furnished for targe or small amounts on the National Bark of Ireland, .Northern Bunking Co. and National Bank of Scotland, payable uu ilein.sud, at the numerous branrhea throughout both eouiitriea, wit out discount; also, on R. C. ULYN Ik CO., Bankers, London, and on C. OMIMSHAW k OOj Liverpool. Apply to SaU'L TH.1MP8ON k NKNIEW, j!3 1 m rh Old EeCtbtisVied Passage Office, XII Pearl St. UK AUT!S ON GREAT BRITAIN - AND lRKLAND-l'trsnus wishing te remoney to sny part of the old country, pan procure drills of the subscribers for r,mount, payable at sight wtihont di?roanl, or aay ather charge, in all the principal towns and cities throughout Enaland, Ireland, Hcutland or Wales. Persons obtaiuirg llratts can have them forwarded by the regular packets sailing fom New Yoik on the 6th, 11th, 16th, J m or 26th ol March, or by the Royal Mail steamer from Boston on 1st April. W. k J T. TAPBCOTT. 86 South street, m5rh second door below of Burling slip UNTJ ED a J A'l t-:.S AMI KURuPEAN EMIGRANT OFFICE. tfSdS- ttf*> WESTERN AOKtVis> COMMISSION MKIC i CHANTS, No 57 South. Street, New York. ' 4'HE subscribers havin" h'd long experience in the bust1 nest,are prepared to offer every facility to those wishing passage to or from weiyjpirt of Great Britain or Ireland, Havre, and the German, Heleian, and Holland portson miynf which places Bills of Eichaege can be lurnithed, in sums to suit Ptsisge can also be engage1 Irom Liverpool to Itoa' n, I'hilai elphia, Baltimore, or New Orleans, direct Tlioee wishing passage from New York to New Orleans, Monile, Charleston, Savannah or Tens, can at all timaske accommodated at the lowest rates To those rmigrapag te the West, the inbegvibeve have unequalled arrangements for llin forwarding ol passengers to the West, by tne different routes, vix: to Buffalo, and the intermediate landings, and all | arts of the < anadas? Chicago. Milwaukie, Baltimore, I ittabts m>. tiueinnau, M.Louis, kc., by steamhoats, railro ids and canal I oafs, of the first class?and great care will hetaheuthat pasaeiieera will meet with no delay or imposii on on the rouie. Letters (post-paid) will receive prompt attention. Kor fnither particulars. apply to M P. O'HEHN k CO.;57 Month street, D lm'rre below Well street. 1 E NE n: The Mexican War. FROM THK ARMY. The accounts which were received by the last evenpr'h New Orleans mail, have excited some interest at iVashington. They seem to indicate a more active camtaign on the part of Santa Anna, and to threaten an stack upon Saltilln, Matamoras, 8tc. If rnnffr?aflhad nrrwaeJc^ at an oarlw limit* fn earrtr mt the President's recommendation, and to order the >nlistinent of the ten regiments, they might, by this ima, have been ready to astist in the defence of oar line >f occupation. But we hope that this line is not in immilent danger. We understand to-day, en the best authoity, that General Taylor ia at Saltillo with 0,000 troops, ind that there are about 1 300 at Matamoras. General lutler is in command at Monterey, with troops sufficient or its defence General Scott must, by this time, be on he way to Vera Cruz, and, perhaps, is already besieging he castle. It is a criais of much interest, and we shall ittempi to keep our readers aa well informed of passing ivents as a prudent disclosure of official facts will enaile us to do.? Union, 6th imt. ANOTHER ADDRESS FROM SANTA ANNA. [From the New Orleans Picavtme, Feb. 37.] La /'atria gives us the address of Hants Anna to the dexican people, suggested by the movement of OeD tfora at Maxatlan to proclaim Santa Anna dictator. It s hardly worth the room it would occupy in our lolurani, where so many of his late addresses have ep >eared. He reiterates the declarations of disinterestedless made in his address accepting thi presidency ; he epeats his driire to retire to private life, and his deternination to adhere to the principles of action he has so -epeatcdly declared He will use all his powers to put town any revolutionary attempt, hut urges the troops at via/at lan to resume their duties of their own accord, fie works into his address complaints against the governnent for leaving his troops so ill supplied ; says they lave for more than a month been dependent upon the irivate resources of their officers , and commends them 'or their loyalty and patieDt enduranca. He concludes with a reiteration of nia fidelity to his promises, and his letermiDation to hold all others to their obligations to the (ovemment, and by way of climax declares that ho would " a thousand times prefer death to dishonor, and he sad spectacle of the slavery of the Republic." The tddreasis dated from San Luis Potosi, the 30th of January. AFPAIRS IN NEW MEXICO. [From the St. Louis Reveille, Feb. 31.] Santa Fa, Dec. 6, 1846. Some weeks ago a Thespian association was organized lere, principally among the mon from St. Louis, and a room in the Palaoio, granted by the Governor for that turpose.has been fitted up as a theatre. Scenes have msd painted, an orchestra organized, and, in fact, all the ippointmeots provided for in a manner that would have nade one Sol Smith l?ap lor Joy, in tire palmy days of lis itinerant labors, whan, at an incipient town on the iorderi of the Alleghany river, lie did auch Btnple jus ice to the old saw that " necessity ia the parent of invention," by letting up his footlights in Irish potatoes, nerely for the reason that he had no better candlesticks. Dnthe night of the 21st of November the Thespian urns:eurs of Santa Fe made their first appearance; and the house was not simply crowded, hut many were obliged :o retire from the doors, not being aiile to crowd themlelves in. About $150 worth of tickets were sold, and :he performances went ofT with unexpected eclat. Bernard Mr.Sorley, one of the Laclede Rangers, is stage manager The play on the first night was " Pizarro," and was surprisingly well sustained, all things considered, rhe following were the piincipul characters : ? Pizarro McBorley, (L Hanger* ) Ataiba Hart, Rolls Hope, Alonzo Livingston, " Orozembo Chambers, (Artillery) Las Cusas Jackson, (U S. A ) Klvira was played by Mis* Edward W Hhands, anl Cora by Miss William Jamieson, both cf the Rangers. All the boys sustained themselves well, and the female sotors did their best to lock the characters, as well as set them. A Spanish woman or two, 1 understand, kindly assisted in the green-room in arranging the wardrobe. The dresses of the actors bad boon gotten up at considerable expense, and showed to advantage. After the tragedy came the Virginia Minstrels, led by Neal, one of the Rangers, their songs being interspersed with negro lectures, conundrums, Sec., all in a style of broad extravaganza. Home of the conundrums having local point, wero received with thunders cf applause.? One, relating to the indifferent and unbolted native flour issued some time since by the commissary (not having any batter) was too good to be lost. "Look'e heah, nigga, why am do Missouri volunteers like ladies' hustle* ?" "Lawr-a mass*, nigga, I gubt him up right off" "Does you all guhs him up?" "Well, we does, eld boss : we doesn't do notliin' else." " Well, niggas, dis iudiwidual knows?'case day'ro stuffed with brun!" The farce on the first night was "Bomtiastes Kurioso," and was presauted in a manner to make the most ol it ? "Pizarro" has since been repeated, wiih "I'oifaction" as the afterpiece, Chambers appearing as "Kato O'Brien" Chambers does the sentimental songs, and in a manner that would do no uiscredit to other hoards than these. All the Mexican ladies who aro asked to, attend the theatre, although not understanding a word that is said. They seem to be much entertained by the African band, and amused by the idea el' the female characters being acted bv the " horobres" in disauise. It is no more than justice to the Senotas to say that they present an appearance at "La Comedia" by no menm diacreditablfl, as respect* dieaa and peraonol attractions ; but the " cigar itoi" arc not lorgotten, and it would be rather a baxar?'oui older for the stage manager to give?"no amokirg allowed." Theae dramatic eihibitiona seem to have moat potent charma for the men of Colonel Price's regiment, many of whom have not had at home opportunities to witneas similar displays. The Circuit Judge (Houghton) has been holding a ( ourt of Criminal dessions tor some days past. Perhaps you are deluding yourselves with the idea that we have no lawyers here 1 I regret to say, that the profession is crowded, end In fact, there is no opening for any more. Hugh N. Smith, E?q , attorney general ot the territory, prosecutes) gnd among those defending, the other day, I noticed Mr. Quinn, a Mr. Allen, of Col. Price's regiment, and several ethers. Mr. Allen seems to have the ahingle out regularly, as 1 observed a card on the door of the sutler's store to-day, giving notice to all the world that he had commenced the practice of law in Santa Fe, atating whera he might be conauited, Ac. How the fees range 1 am not able to aay, but am inclined to think that among our Mexican fellow citizen*, many will pay in the same way that they often pay their doctor*, and, indeed, everybody else, but their apirituel lathers, that is, by recommending the professional gentlemen to the eapeciel care of Providence ! " Dloi It itrior," says the Mexican to his doctor, when he uou'i find it convenient to pay himself? " Ood will pay )ou, sir," a mode ol compensation which, without wishing to be irreverent, 1 feel bound to say is not likely to prove any more acceptable to my professional brethren bore than it would elsewhere I do not know any place, in truth, where the lawyers would with to tako their pay in orders, when tbey would be likely to find heavy and overbalancing account! againat the.naelves. Borne two or three weeks ago some papers were found on a Mexican going south, which were sent up here for examination, as being of a treasonable character ; but they proved to be enly a representation made to the authorities of Chihuahua, by some of the leading Mexi cans, of the conduct of (governor Armijo previous to the entry of our army. The representation was signed by most of the prominent eitUena of New Mexico, and was W YO EW YORK, MONDAY MO VIEW OF THE MARKET Pi ffsSffS . , ft v 'rl Mi? r~\ nnnr *??? ;..! , / :7[c^(r,j \ $w^''w* III' iS&'jk&uipus Ew c I?' tit tli-1 * S? considered by the governor, who had seen it previous to its being sent oil, as a very harmless atfalr. Others here considered the whole as an Ingenious trick on the part of the signers, (oil of whom have proiessed themselves friendly to our government.) to cast an anchor to wind- st ward, so that, in the event of a counter revolution, they may be able to show to the Central Government how willing they had been to oppose the Americana if they co had been seconded by the governor. ro P. S.? 1 send you the " poster" (two foolscap sheets, written off in " printing hand,") of a grand performance which is to come off on Christmas night, and which, no P? doubt, will attract " a full and fashionable audienoe." w SANTA FE THEATRE ! ni ON CHRISTMAS NIGHT, Will be prosonted the tragedy of P BARBAROSSA ! be Acbmot Mr. McSorley. Othman Livingston. Yuseff Kldridge. Aladin Hinton. ai: Barbarossa Thomas. i Sadi Work. at Hassan Johnson. Slave Doty. nt Zaphira Miss Shands. Irene Chambers. After which, la ruLiv/% ; By an American Gentleman and Spanish Lady. T ft}- Mr. Chambkks, (from Cnicago) the yeung Dampstet, will sing " The Maniac," " Iriah emigrant's La- . ment," " The Old Arm Chair," and the " Blind Boy." After which, the farce of nr FORTUNK'S FROLIC 1 H Robin Roughhead Mr. MeSorley. et Knack* ,, , , Livingston. ,0 Mr. Frank. Shan J*. ti. Rattle. . .Thomaf. y Clown Fox. nl Mi?s Nancy Mir* Kennedy. w Dolly Chamber*. pi Margery Miller. ,,, The whole to conclude with the ta VIRGINIA MINSTRF.LS ! w Bono*?" The Old Celored Gentleman," " Get along .? homo, you 8prnish Gals," " Blue Tail Fly," and "Yon c< aint good looking anil you cant't como in." V( Orjb Door* open at 6 ; curtain ri*e* at 6%. Nt MILITARY MATTERS. tb [From the Philadelphia Inquirer, March 6.J w The appointment of George Carl valader, Ksq. of thi* pi city, at a Brigadier General of the U. H Army, ha* given ci the livelieat satisfaction. Gen. C. 1* one of the moit pop L ular of our citizens, and as a military officer, i* beloved g< and esteemed by the volunteer* of Philadelphia, with e> whom he has been so long and *o honorably associated, w lie come*,too, from the right stock?hi* ancestors, as well ei on the maternal as the paternal side, having distinguish- ci ed themselves in the American Revolution. His father M commanded the crack voluuteer brigado of Philadelphia th duiicg the Ute war, and wns for many years at the bead th of the volunteer forces of this section of the Union. The i* family is one of tho heat and most patriotic in Philadel- lit phia: and wi re it necessary, thousands of our citizens pr would voluntoe: an guarantees for the conduct of George w Cadwalader, in any post of honor, trust or responsibility Hi to which he may he assigned. The military reputation in of Philadelphia will be sufe In his hands ev [From the Philadelphia Ponsr.ylvanian, March ft 1 " It in presumed that Colonel, now Major Oeneral Ben ton, if lie shall accept the recent oppoiutment in the army, ,, will unito with bis military character, some diplomatic power conflicted with the three million appropriation. NAVAL JNTEI.LIOKNCK. [From the New Orleans Bulletin, Feb. 27.J The United States steamer Hunter, in towing a schooner down the iiver on Thursday afternoon,'Jftth inst, when rounding to opposite the lower Cotton Press, got the schooner's hawser foul of hor wheels and broke ? oil' a number of her buckets. She will be compelled to go into dock for repairs. m ci Exploxion at thk U. S. Aminal at Wkst Troy.?This morning about ten o'clock, an explosion took place in one of the buildings at the Arsenal, c' in a room devoted to the manufacture of ten inch fuses bi and bomb chellr, which destroyed all the fuse comnosi- g( tion, hlew out the windows, and injured, more or less, nearly all the wotkmen engaged in that department. It is snppcsed to have been caused by a boy stepping I upon somn of the composition which lay upo'i the brick ^ floor of the room, with a boot which contaim 1 iron tacks in the heel. This ignited and exploded all'.e composi- " tion in the room, amounting to 12 or 14 poutMs. The ex- p plosion caused a loud report, damaged the building and lj set it on Are. b There were about 12 or 15 persons in the room. Ele van ti of thorn aro severely injured, and three, it is supposed, r cannot survive. t M. M. Martlet wai blown throngh a wimlow before n which ho wns at work, ami they wero all seen running j: in various directions, with their clothing torn off or on a fire, and the flesh and hair of some of them severely burn- a ed home immediately plunged into the snow, not only t to extinguish their burning clothes, but to allay their ex- 1 oruciating suffering. Many of them are cut and mangled a in a shocking manner. n The follow in? is n list of the nersons injured M. M > Martlet, nu old moa ; Andrew Llrick. and Wm. Kelly, I are all badly barned and mangled, and are supposed to be c mortally wonnded ; Abraham L Knickerbocker, badly ? injured; John I.awlev badly brniaed in the lega and lower u part ol the body. Hla caao la about hopeleaa. Michael o Hlcarn, Win Kennedy, John Crawford, Timothy White, o Churles Fort, and George Millingtou, are all burned tl badly, and more or lose anvcrely injured. r Most of the above are boy* or young men, without fa- li milieu?Troy Pott, March l>. a Vnilctlea. ji The ciport of ice, from Boaton, daring the peat s month, waa -.1,609 tona. r The Delaware diviaion of the Canal will be opened on 0 the 16th. Twenty.Ave vessels arrived at New Orleana from aea, t, on the J4th ult. d The export of domoatic eotton good* from thia port a during the month of February, waa 418 halaa and caaea. a< A professorship of Chinaae it about to be eatabliahed " in King'a College, London. * The aleighing about Albany never waa better than at ? present (Tuesday). The toads in all directiona are a* * smooth and an glaaay as a big mirror. An inhabitant of Corfu, who lately returned from Spitsbergen, after an abaence ol twenty-eight yearn, j, found hi* wife in very good health, but the widow of ^ three huabandi. r The amount of rain that fell during the month of * tl February, aa ascertained by the gauge kept at the Penn- a aylvania Hospital, waa 4:67 inches. ? The Charleston papers announce the death of Col. 1 John 8 Cogdell, formerly president of the Bank of " South Carolina, and lately incumbent of several offices c of trust under the government. The population of 8t. Louis ia estimated at sixty thou . sand. a.1?1* product of maple suger in 1840, in the United t states. Is estimated to neve reached 99,000,000 pounds, a t qnantity exceeding the whole amount of sugar consumed l by Portugal, and nearly equalling the oonsumption of < Sweden, Norway, and Denmark together. I Tlrral ia smployed in the State Prieon, In the copper ! plat* engraving boaineae, aa wa learn (ran the AtlST ' RK I RNING, MARCH 8, 1& LAZA IN WATAMORAS, Naw Obleans, Feb. 33, 1847. TheutricaU?Ntvel Occurrence. Hera gave hii first concert at one of the room* of the . LowU Exchange last night, and it was crowded to /location?completely packed?and great number* wero rapelled to go away unable to obtain admittance. The om wa* rather imall, to be lure, but there must have len very near a thousand people there. For my own irt 1 could not get Inaide the door at all, although I ant quite early. He gires another concert to merrow ght, in the Washington Armory Hall, a much better ace, and capable ol accommodating a very large num ir of people. Sivori 1* in Mobile. The Ravel* have returned from Mobile and aommonne i engagement at the Orleans Tlieatro, te morrow night, 3elieve. At the closo of their engagement they play the St. Charles Theatre, and then return to Europe. Anderson is drawing very well at the St. Charles The re, whieh is decidedly tho best conducted of the two mericsn theatres, uud the best patronised. Murdoch commenced an engagement at the American heatro, last night, to a good house. Rather a novel occurrence came off at the St. Charles heutre on Sunday night, upon tho occasion of Mrs irren's benefit, who, by tho way, is one of the best ec esses on the stage in this country. There was a splen d house, as the lady is a great favorite, anil the bil evented novelty. The now drama of " The Battle o; il'e," adapted for dramatic representation, Iruui Dick is's late work of that name, by Mr. J. E Durivage rraerlv of your city, was to be produced lor the nrs me. At the conclusion of the first piece, " Lucretii orgia," Mrs. Farron, was called lor aod.led out by Ma tger Sol Smith, who announced that Mr Merrifleld lio was to play the part of Little Britain, in the net ece of " The Battle of Life," was lick, and could no >m? to the theatre ; but that the fact ouly having com i the knowledge of the manager a abort time before, i aa impoaaiblo for any one to atudy hia part, and th irt must either be read er the piece postponed. IJpo imultation with the BUthor. however, ho had kindl alumeered, rather than disappoint the audienco, t udy and play the part himself, and he tiegged for hit i? indulgence of the audience. Tliii announcemec aa hailed with a bunt of applause, tho novelty of th roceeding oauaing a genoial interest to be l'?lt. Th irtain soon rang up, and the outhor's appearance a ittle Britain was nailed with the warmest applause. II ?t through the part very well, and tae pioco went o (cellently ; and at the fall of the curtain the autho as loudly called for. Instead of appearing alone, ho* 'er, he had the good sense to lead ori the lair bcncf are, who made her acknowledgements, and was led < f r. Durivage then stopped forward, and briciiy thank.' # audience for the approbation they had beNtowcJ an 0 forbearance they had shown to himself. The pioc announced lor repetition to-morrow evening for ir iving the management from their embarrassment, the] esented Mr. D. yesterday with a beautiful silver cup ith the following inscription upon itLudlow am nith, to J. K. Ourivage A friend in need ii a friem deed. New Orleans, Feb. 21st, 1847 " One of thi ening papers last night, in noticing the piece, compli ents the author of the drama lor the manner in whict ; has arranged it, but consider! Dickens's story itsel 1 " trash," snd expresses his opinion that Dickens hn writ himself out, nut I am a little afraid that it is ai -roneous opinion, the London Timet to the contrar ^withstanding. Yours truly, J. Darbukt, (Ct. ) Jan. 20, 1847. Th* Danlury House?Splentlia Ball. As I was engaged in my room, on Thursday ever ig, 2>th instant, perusing a literary work of interes y attention was attracted by the constant passing < irriages, laden with the most precious of freight?th sail* and belles of this and a neighboring town. I died tn mv mind tha fac.t that the nveninor for the irre.i ill at the Uanbury house bad arrived. I atarted for th :ena of amusement. As I entered tUa bar room of the Uanbury house mat the agreeable and generous proprietor Ml F. B. Turner. I occupied a few miautoa in oh rving the room in which 1 then was, and its occu iota. The loom ia apnoioua, well heated, and brilliantl f[lited?every thing possesses an air of the moat ugroei ? comfort. I looked in vain for the two frequeut a sndants of bar room scenes?the boisterous nurth an evelry of the bacchanalian devotee. The occupants < he room were well dressed, intelligent looking gontli nan,from city, town and country, grouped together i lurties ef Irom two to six, quietly discussing the politic if the day, and canvassing the omrits of balls, partio nd ether social amusements. 1 then passed int he gentlemen's reading or sitting room, whic Ike the one we had just left, I found to bo < n agreeable temperature, and so well lighted, h i?an? of a newly fashioned lamp, that one could fin 0 difficulty in seeing to read ill any part of i noticed in the centre of the room a table, whose sp ious area was covered with newspapers, consisting c everal .New York dailies, with those Irom surroundiu vsrns. In an eogle of the room is a library, consntin f some two or three hundred volumes, comprising book 1 art, science, history, religion, together wuh muck c la light literature of the day. To the south, the readin ooni opens into a spacious hall, illuminated by an astn imp suspended from the oentre of the ceiling. Th rails ate painted to represent marble ; the lloor is CO' rtd with en elegant oil cloth To the south of the ha i the ladies saloon, a retired and pleasant apartment till further to the south are the two parlors. Thei uomi are large and airy, communicating one with th ther by meaus of folding doors. The walls are adori il by paintings from tue pencils of eminent artists aautiful carpets cover the doors; while all the turn ire ia the rooms Is of the neatest and moat fashiouabi ascription. A few words with refereuce to the sleepiri pertinents, and I shall hava furnished but a poor di cription of a house which must indeed be attractive t lie Havener iou uio mau ui ivunin. i n?i? ( r.mrn re numerou*. beautifully carpeted, ami provided wit latei, or itove*. I eon Id not but admire the ueatue nd cleanlinei* of the beda and bedding . the oheete ar Ulow caioe leemed te vie in whiteness with the drive now. Now, friend Bennett, for the ball. The ball room ii irge and splendid apartment; and, on tbo evening I ueation, the most sparkling lights diffused their niello aye throughout it, equalled only by the luetroua orbi i lie many lair onea who graced the room with their pr ence The walla and windowa were hung with twig >f ivy and hranchea of evergreen, which were ie ooned in variou* forme upon their surface. Th nueiciam, who were from the village of (laainaini ixecuted their part to the admiration und dohgl if the participetora and ipactaton in thia acei if festivity. It waa really dolightful to look upon th nany meiry feces there; tho perfect abaenco of cai ind sorrow which ell countenances wore, in I me alino o lorget that we could experience such feelings or em ions. < otillon after cotillon ?u begun and ended; th lama aprightliDeae, vivacity,and gaiety reigned from tt :ommanceraeut to the ending of she evening ; it spok orth in the light step, the joyous laugh, the tiewitcbin imile, and the unremitted intercha ge of the moat cou eoos end engaging civilities. The two Muaea B , ol ? IERA 17. I ? k( to 04 w m w hi *- id . - i At ??r:?r " . oe rw< J :r<^ - r- - CC tio rej tttt*. ret tio were there -, they looked charmingly lovely, all smiles, frc and many ia the lord of the creation who on that evening w,' bowed in pleasing tubmiaaion to the magic charm of ^ 1 beauty. It waa aaid that the blind boy, Cupid, with hia quiver full ef arrowa, waa buaily it work, and made aad ^c havoc with the heart of Mr. W., of D. I hope it may not bleed in vain. The elder of the Mill B , like her niter, 7,e. ii an intelligent, lively, witty, engaging girl, and would ~*j doubtlen be the means of making thii life to him a per- , fret elvaium. There wai alio Misa B., of B., a beautiful . sylph like creature ; Mill H., of thii village, a charming u? and affectionate girl, who ii ihortly to he married to a physician of skill and advancing professional reputation. ? Many others were there, all engaging, sparkling, lovely girls Gentlemen were there from the city and other jr distant places. Col. If-, of B., waa there, and rivetted the attention of many as he gallantly led many a fair one J* through the mazes of the giddy dance j the Col. ia a gen . erous, sociable man, and I any thing else but wish him 111 upon the banki of the Rio Uranda, exposed to the bullets of those rascally Mexicans. Among the spectators waa the distinguished nominee for governor of this Mate, J" whose intelligent countenance waa lit up with tne moat pleasurable emotions, as he viewed the scenes ai that were transacting around him. About ten o'clock a general motion of the company to cl , wards the door was observed; each gentleman, arm in ' arm with one or more ladies, passed down into the room ri . in whioh the tablos were set. The tables were two, one f In the ladies' saloon about fifty feet long, the other in the 'V parlors, extending in a straight line about sixty feet They were covered by damask cloths of the flneat fabric I una purest wniienoss ; inn msnes won 01 uiue cmna ami BI] C )iuii(!jumaly arranged ; the knives aud fork* wore of po- j lished Rtnel, the spooni oi burnished silver. Everything .j that could please the eye or gratify tho palate was there; 3 | in a word, every thing that the moit profuse liberality, 4 , and in ne meaaurod quantities. Alter aupper the company roturned to the hall room, , I and reaumed the amuaementa of the evening, if poaaihle . y with more than previous zest; where they continued to f 4 onjoy the delights of the dauce and social chit chat, until ( e two o'clock A.M., when they again left the ballroom H for refreshments. The tablet) were again set in the meat ., splendid manner, and with a degreo of profusion amount- .. ing almost to extravagance : pyramids of ice cream ind maccaroni, fruits and nuta from tropical climes, confec- / q tionoriea und a great variety of delicious cakea heauti- ,, u fully iced, administered to the taste and appetite of n .[ |t company who appeared to understand how to appreciate .; e tho splendid entertainment. Alter leaving the refresh , i e ment table the ball room was again sought; lha same ,, g round o( amusement pursued as before, until about six e o'clock A. M , whou the company separate I for their re U spcctlve homes, each und all pleased with themselves, ... _ gratified with their entertainment, and delighted with ,. their hest, who had so successfully contributed to their / 1 enjoyment. ji jj- B?o Harbor, Feb ii, 1?47. a( ,1 The Burnt District? Whals Shipping?Long Island j0 Clams and Wealth?Ex President Tyler's Lady?Jin nuat Ball and Pretty Ladies?Snow 4~c., 4 c. It is a matter of no little surprize, considering the num. 3j 1 ber of Heralds which aro daily sold here, besides those 31 J taken through the post office, that your cot respondents jj' here are so fow. Only one has been notioed since the great ftro of 1810. What to attribute it to I know not, j unless it be that wo have all beau so much engaged in T n building, shipping, dancing, tec. Should a person who ul V has on o been in thi) nlace. and who has been absent noma timo, now return, ho would har lly believe himialf p in Sag Harbor. I " The burnt district has been rebuilt with now ami splen did brick buildings, equal to any in the city of Now York. Should you viait Una place you would pronounce Mcaara. Ilunttiiig's, Muiford's, Tinker's and other* unsurpassed anywhere. Should whaling continue, this place will coutinuo to grow, but should it fail, wo must ail lail with it. The ships are beginning to arrivo ; the Wiacassett, Cnptain I'ayne, arrived last Saturday, with 3,f?00 barrels, CO sperm, and pounds bone, to Messrs. 9 A. B IIuniting fc Co. Others are daily looked for. When we are favored with a telegraph to thia placental wo hnpo we slmll he,the polos having been erected as far as Suffolk Court House ?wo can transmit to you the news in a short time. The east end of Long Island is destined, at no distant 4 day, to be noticeable for something more than the pro duction of loug clams, eels, ilili, Ac. Wo can now boast J of our wealth, for there are but few places in this State, ot the same number of inhabitant*, that can produce more men of wealth; and last, though not least, we can boast I of our pretty girls. Long Island has produced one whom * you have no doubt seen, and who cannot ha surpassed t i lor beauty : I ineun Mrs Julia, wife of el-President Tyior. Could you have been with me laat Thursday evening, o the ItLh instant, at the *' annual ball," which waa given j h in this plsce, yoti cou'd have done no lea* than pronounced ,1 the ladies beautiful The first I noticed was the amiable y and accomplished Mrs. (J , the wit* of oar worthy I'. r iVi. sue wua second to none in ner appearance; ene was t gracefully attired, in a pure whito, elegantly embroider- , i! ed dress Tbe aecond waa Miaa M , who entared the li ,1 room reclining on the arm of Dr. 8 ; the third v?i I: g Mis* H. K G . accompanied by our nice Cashier. The r g President and his lady honored us with their company; ' , we cannot describe Nlra. T ; suffice it to aay that she J >1 looked beautifully We counted some 360 persona, and g were indeed surprised to And so many assembled. The t il room waa largo and baautilully decorated. Upon the e walls were suspended two mottoes, " Kxcelnor," and ? ir. " dust sisimui vioemus." Great credit is due to the ma U nagers for their unceasing attention to their guests; . _ nothing on their part was wanting to render all things i? pleasing and agreeahlo. The evening was fine, and the i ? stars in their heavenly dances smilad upon us. , The company separated at J o'clock A. M., all well t pleased with the annual hall. As for your humble ser- ' ,l'. vaut, he meat say that it cannot be stupassed. Another ! |a was to hare been given this evening in honor of tbe w birth day of Washington, hut is postponed on account of , B. t ha severe stoim l ;o Tho snow is new nearly a foot deep The New York 1 mall has not vet arrived,owing no doubt to the road being blockaded with snow. All ire anxiously waiting for the ,* Herald for further news fiom Mexico, Sic. In fact, the i id Herald Is the first paper enquired for, and bought on the d arrival of the stage a Macoiv, Feb. 13, IH46. ' 10 The Cotton Crap nj Georgia? Slatt of Priati?Eolimalei Dj Crap a/ the Country?Jit/van. s in Market Value. e Suffer an old patron to give, through your valuable paper, his views and the views of most all observing *8 men,of the cotton crop of Georgia, or rather of the Allanj, tic Statea. 1st, The crop of Georgia will tall very short 1 11 of the estimates made in November and December; and why 7 1st, We will take Macon. From the 1st of Fere binary to the nth, we only received two thousand, when >l we expected five thousand in that time. '2d, From the nth 0 to the r.lth.we received a thousand liaise only, when we 16 ought to have received three thousand; the conveyances 16 of cotton that crowded our streets three or four weeks 18 back, ie no where to tie seen. In fact, and I appeal to the jieople ot Macon to say 11 1 write as things are or not, r- the cotton has stopped coming in et once, end the roasou ' is that it if not in tha country to coma; and why 7 the f __ ] LD. MM Vwt Oemte* lhanced price paid for the article has brought it to ?? t much aarllar than former yean, for when tha p'-?r aowad hit aaad ha expected no mora than seven inta n pound. Tha line aeaaon for nicking, together 1th tha enhanced price and faclUtlee of getting it to arket, haa brought it or nearly all to market. The iceipts in the Atlentie States will net reooh alx indred thousand, home will, and may laugh at this ea. I will prove what i aaaert: the receipts in a Atlantic porta ia four hundred thousand np to ia day, tha 13th February. Now I ask any eaadid an in Oeorgia, or the United Stater at all cenrernt with the circumstance* of, and the crep of this Unt.c States, if he believes it is possible lor the reipts to reech six hundred thousand/ You will observe t in the ports of the Atlantic States Ihev will have to srive from the 13th of this month two hundred thouid bales more to make six hundred; that is, they will ve to get hall aa much as they have already reoeivad make six hundred thousand. Do you believe it? Can f man believe it! Sir, the crop ot the United State* may ich nineteen hundred thousand belts, but I do net hove it, aud tha private opinions of nine-tentha of the jpip here is, that it will not co to nineteen hunfeed nuand. If there ia auch an individual in your eity m J O, the correspondent of tome of the southern ( era, ray to him he can get bets of this kind ire >iiFnnd dollars that there is net two millions ot balsa; euty tive hundred dollars that there ie not nineteen udred thousand holes: one thousand that there is not jhteen hundred and flfty thousand, and one thonaand eighteen hundred thousand. Any gentleman ean ve the first three or all takan. If any one wiahee to re the bets they will let me know through your pepor. itton. before iho ttmt of May, will bring Id cents in iur city j the prices here ere, for ordinary, 10; for !?iig, 10X ; tor good middling, 10); ; for middling fair, i und lair, 11};. In three or four weeks from today 0 prices will range from 11X a 19X I wish you and 1 tho people of your city to hear in mind what 1 bars ritteu you Mark me well?eighteen hundred thound is my estimate. Karmers' Club?American lnatttute. Tuesday being sue of the semi-monthly meet3s, tho Club assembled at the usual plaoa, id Judga Livingston being nominated to tho rair, the usual desultory business of the first hour as occupied by the reading of a translation from e Krench, on the subject of artificial alkaloids, lowing by a table the contents oi the native aliloids, discovered up to this time. As this was a metr more peculiarly the province of chemista and phyaians, in the application of such compounds, the ingenu j of tho author and the patience of the translator were ith passed over by the Club, with the tacit sympathies the audience for the unrewarded genius einausted In e analysis. Colonel Ccsaa corrected a sentiment cribed to him in the official reports of tho pro ediugs of the lust meeting of tha Club, on the bject of fixed and volatile acids. A specimen of Kirkad and red Canada apples, of an apparently fine guali , was presented to the Club by Mr C Hastings, of inton, Ohio. Mr. Wakeman announced that all farmland gardeners would he conferring a benefit upon tho blic by sending into the Club, for purposes ef reelicily, such grafts of fruit trees as, by their diasemiaan, would confer mutuul advantage, and wished that ly might be forwarded to the Institute by tha 3d Tuesf in March. A communication waa read from a Soclein Hartford, Conn , who are about establishing a msitory of arts, manufactures, lie. Some letters war# id from Albany on the probable suocess of the petin for an agricultural school; and a letter was read im Col. Caleb Cushing. excusing his non-compliance th the request of the Club to deliver lecture upon linose agriculture, ea the weighter mattera of the war orhed bis whole attention. It waa intimated that a bill luld be introduced in Congress, on the subject of s acclimated planta of Fioiida. Colonel Skinner it in acme specimen! of oil, which Colonel arke believed to be derived from the cotton ?d. Mr. Wake man proposed that tha club would open to receive in writing, the various anggea- . >na that might occur to members, aa to the plan of the ricultural school, to be sent in before the next meeting the Club. The aubiect of the day, "Kitchen Oardan. as then introduced by Mr. Meigga, who at some length capitulated all his experience in planning and cultiva' lg gardens, and between Mr. Lodge, Judge Van 'yck, the chairman and othera, a long oonveraa'ion en,ed, in which the experience and practice of Mr. Lodge, laying down axioms of the minutest nature for tho lidacce oi gardeners were fully acknowledged; and ter a diacusaion upon the cause* of one man's horse 41 ah crop tailing, and another mun'a prospering, the Mine is of tho occasion waa terminated, and tha alub Ijourned to the third Tuesday of March. Wa obirvad on the table of the institute, the model of a ma line tor making bricks from clay?self-feeding, selfperuting, to any necessary certainty and accuracy, quiring little power to drive it, und few bonds to work , and capuble of turning out 3 000 smooth bricks per jur. It is invented and patented by F- Culbartaon, of lucinnati, Ohio, and is in full operation in that cityii. u i.i,,.? Tai,? ?Th? following are the names id numbers of the I adieu tribes :? . Apiielachicoltis, 34- Omahas, . Belantseetuas, 36. Oneida*, , _ ? i. Caddoes, 3d. o*ages, Great and Lit>. Cahokiae, tie, i. (hay o lines, 37. Ottawas, t. Cherokee*, 38. Ottoes, '. Chickasaw*, 33. I'awnees, 1. Chippewa*, 40. Peorias, _ ). Choctaws, 41. riaakeshawe, ). Comanche*, 43. Poncarars, i. Creeks, 43 Poncars, l Crows, 44. Pottawatomie*, i. Delaware*, 46. Quapawa, I. 1>1 Hivers, 40 Kicares, ), k'loridas, 47. Sacs, i Koxe*. 41. beminolee, f. Hunkpapas, 40 Senokas, I. Illinois, 60. Seeon Nation* of Can* >. loways, da, ). Kaozas, 61. Shnwanaas, I. Kasknikias, 63. aicunes, I. Kick* poos, 63 Sioux, t Mahas, 64. Six Nitlona of Now ! Manila:;*, Vorlt. I. Menuuionees, or Meno- 66. Storkhridge*. miniea, 8H 'Parnate's, 1. Miami*, 67. Teeton*, r. Minnutarpo*, or Be- 68. 1 titcaroras, lunUn-Ktecs, 60. Woa*, I Missouri*, 80 Winrebegoes, I. Miichigamias. 01. Witchetaws, ). Mohawks, tii. U'yandots, I. Munstees, 03 Vane tons, I. Musnogees, 84. Yanctoiiiaa. t Ogallaias, The United Sta'es havo formed treaties with all the receding tribes of Indians. Irom the year 1770 to IW7, he Delaware* made the first treaty, end the Cboatawe u-1 Chickasaw the laat. Tbero are other treaties made p to 1844. kor superintendents, agents, annuities, and other exennea, the United states pay over two million* of d*L rrs annually; and for 1846, more ? Union. Business in Auiiany.?Yesterday was a buay lay lor the merchnnU on t-luay street. The dock gas literally crowded with farmers' sleighi, from early n the morning until after dark. They are improTing die opportunity now offered, of getting good price* for :heir produce To day there ia about as much bustle aa mors wm yeaterciay, anil tun cry is ami mey coma, i ne taverna in Washington atreet were filled to overflowing last evening, and thole who loand a ahelter for their florae*, and u bed ior themselves, were lncl^r; for many Jooldflml neither.? Jill,any Journal, March 4. WANTK1), immedl tely, a good Ship or Bark, JgfVtu load for a Southern port. Apply to MBmL rnt re K. K. COLLINS. M Booth at. MMr BAHUK FOB 8AI.K?A freight barce el about 140 torn hnrtlien, and very li|ht draft of water.? BBmL-Ai ply at 49 Wall atreet. haaenieat office f*2w*r FOR HLLPaST ? 'I he Cut sailing A1 ship kKjI^V JOHN J ARDINK, Joaeph Hampaon, master, will HIBb h?ve imuiedlata dnapalcli. For freight or paaaaae. having very good accommodation!, only on board at wharf, or to m WlMllliai.L k MIM UKN. ?7 Hontl. ?t. #N()TH K?A good >lnp nr haik to load for ~Naw Orleina. Apply immediately to K. K. COLLINS, % South it. HOLMES KITCHEN HA NOBS. rllK proprietor ha* been engaged in maaufacturieg and elliug Kitchen i'auge* for the put II yei rs and faela rammed to marge that for private famtllea and boarding mniri that thare ia no range in ute at prvaant w ill antwar a tetter purpoae, and if not it will be rvmoved free of any earn I r to the purchaier. Numcrou* ralereuca* can be given o any pertnn wishing to purchase Prices range from ftt vo Hi. fitate* ol the ntwef. pe-tcrua (or pirlonrl, bed room* nd offices Itaugeannd (irate* aet, and all deicrip'iora of (ire worke milt at the ahorteal notice. Smoking (himnay* cured and warranted if not cured no hargeis made. A. (4ILHOOLY k SON, Proprietors and mauufactnreia, 1 ."Nassau street fel7 lm*r NOTICE TO ALL OENTLEMEN. G( KNTLKMEN, if yon wart your clothea kept in good order lor the remainder ol ti e a'-iaon, you had bettor ake or tend your coata and pants to 94 Murray atreet. corner >1 YYaanington, where you ran get iiirm rimer cleaned, aye, altered end retired, with new veleet collere, enfft, lining*, jntomt, on the ino t reuoneble term. Novr.?No duappointment at my (tore. Aline addrtmed it ebore, attended to et anv time A tell or trial la all aaked Ulothet cleaned or dr ed anpertor to any in the eity, at No. M Murray atreet. fell |w?rh A. CORTI8SO8 f om London. in DKNTiars. 'pHK inbaenbrr haa jnar reeeteed o cement (withont mer I curv,) for fillmK teeth, invented and recently improved by one of the firat Hurgical Dm tut in the world It la he lieved to ba the beat article of the hind ever offered to the profetaiou Kor tale at the Denlnl Depot ?l JObKPH T. MURPHK.Y. JM Broadway flrdara by mail, aceompanyirg SI, can here a jar tent ihy return e?pre?a 111 lm*rh 1 fin h ARMH H UM HALt. to IVO actual lettlert, of the l"\r hett and mott produariee landa rarment will he received in their productiona. They are aitnated about the centre of the United Statee, at ihe terminut ol the railr id from ( herletton, 8 C The climate agreeable, ateadf, ar e evtremejy healthv; well wooded with ahnndaut tpringt <* water. Particular* of hie region of country mty he had in printed aheet* either at the Northern Hotel, comer of Court landt aud Weal itreeti, or ihe Trnttcca' Office NICHOLAS MAIOHT, ml |w*r N Wall atrect. Jd atory INSTANTANEOUS HAIR HATCH RLOK'S Li-jnid Hair Dye, it the be?t article ye offered for coloriBB the hatr to a perfectly eeeneja natural black or brown, without tteiiiieg ur l?f"?|J? It is pronounced bv hundre?U is ho hsre ?yd ' f 25 ,mJi( hv fret Hair Dye yet ditcovercd. Bold wh?lctele endI rem W M. BATi HELOR, 1 Wall atreet. ncer Broedwer. fidl m*r

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