Newspaper of The New York Herald, February 1, 1842, Page 3

February 1, 1842 Tarihli The New York Herald Gazetesi Sayfa 3
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TH] r?i. ra-a?. 318 w*oi? ?. tssa. .-new LINK OK LIVKKtDOL PACKETS. ' > i'rrk * Ike t&tX, umd Lnrrp+ol Mtrti Itth of each month, MV- Dffi*- <AV- Mr FIJITNI* UMr* Ship ROSCIUS, Cutu John Collins, 9?lh Nor. Ship SlDDOS's! Captain E. B.Cobb.SSth Dec Ship 3HKKI DAN, Captain F.A. Depey tier, 95th Jan. Ship OARRICK, (Spiam Wm. HkU<ly,Wtfc Feb. bnoM Livsnrest.. Ship SHERIDAN,Captain K. A. Depeyster, 1Mb Nor. Ship OARRJCIcdaptun Wm. Skiddy, 1Mb Dec. Ship ROSCIUS, Captain John Collins, llth Jan. Ship WPBDONS. Captain E. B. Cobb, lBth Feb. neap chip* are all of the first cla?e,upwnriU of 1000 tuna,built i the city of New York, with such improvements aa combine realopeed with uauaual comfort for passenger*. Every care ae been taken in the arrangement Of their accommodation*. The nee erpaasYgehenee it Si go, for which ample otoree, including line,taTwilTbe provided. These ehipe nri commanded by e erieoced masters, who will make every eaertien logireganeraj tlillitCUOQi Neither the captains or owners of these ships will be respoosi U for an/ letter*, parcels or Dackagestsal Wf tkem, arnicas re uiar bilk of latiioa are a therefor. The ship* of thisW will hereafter go armed, and theirpeeuiarcoestractioa give* them security notpoeseaaed by any other ?t vrsMU of war. W "KMST*#. M South si.. New Tork, or to J WM Ik JAS. BROWN ?t CO? Liverpool. Letters by the packet* will be charged tsi cents per ?ingle dveet^iOjcente per ounce. and newspapers I cent each. j3ly FOR NKW ORLEANS LOUISIANA AND NEW YORK LINE OF PACKETS i i i i For the better accommodation of shippers, it is intended to dhHMtch a ship from this port on the 1st, 5th, 10th. 15th, 90th XTttth of each month, routine icing the loth October, and sontinaing until May, when regular days will be appointed fei 14m Mniinier of the jr?r, whereby greet delay* and dump aaaatracnta will be prevented during the rummer month*. The Mlowtng ehipe will commence thie krtauaem* at >? Ship TAZOO|Capl.Cornell, loth Oct. 1841. 8t,p OCONEE. Capt Jackaon, 15th Oct. SIX1 .MlSSlSSirPlIc apt. Hilliard, 80th Oct. 8P.V LOUISVILLE, Capt. Hunt.Mlh Oct. ShipSHAKSPEARE, Capt. Miner. I t No vember. Snip OASTON.Cept Latham, Sih Not. Ship HUNT8VILLK, Capt. Slumlord. 10th Nor. Ship OCMULOEK, < apt Learnt, 11th Nor. Ship NASHVILLE, Capt. Dickiuaon.Mth Nor. Ship MEMPHIS. Capt. Knight, 8Mh Nor. Ship LOUISA, Capt. Mu ford. lat December. Theoo oh.^o were all built in the city of New York, rrprrtaly for packet*, arc of a liiht draft of water, hare recently been oewly coppered ana put in rplendid order, with aecommoaationa far pao*engera unequal lad for en n fort. They are commanded by atprrieuced ma*Ura, who will make every exertion to give general aaticlactiou. , Thev will at all time* be towed up and down the Mi**uaippi by itomhoata. Neither the owner* or captain* nftheaeahip* wRI be re?ponsiM* for jewelry, bull ion^ireciour looe*,*ilrer,orplated ware, or for any letter*,parcel or pacliaye, tent by or put on board of Sen. tale** regular bill* of ladiug are taken forth# aame, and the value thereon expre**ctl. For freight or pa*a axe, apply to E. K. COLLINS A CO. MSouth *.,or JAMES E. WOODRUFF, Agrni in Ntw Orleans who will promptly forward all good*to hi* addrei*. The anipaof thi* liur are warranted to (ail puncturMy a* ad eertued, and great care will be taken to hart the goodi correct lo m-a??reil. jgly NJ?W lOKK AND iNKWAU. ewaga Pare reiiurtd to *5 cenu. From the foot of Courtlandt atreet, New York. (Every d-.y?Snuday*excepted.) Leave New York. Leave Newark. At 0 A.M. At 8 P.M. At 8 A.M. Alll r.H. 11 do 4 do 8 do 1) do t| do 10| do 8 do 7 de 18 do ON SUNDAYS. From the loot of Liberty atreet. Leave New York. Leave Newark ICt/ioAiC, EU^ABETHTO^L RAHWA^' XND NEW BRUNSWldK. Fare reduced. From thefoot of Liberty etreet.dally. Lttn ??w York. uin new Brunswick. At A. M. At n A- M41 P. M. IF. M. SOMEHVILLK tapes connect with these line* etch way. las* bSirm New York and Hmerrillc, M canto. Bo to NPW Inannak, W canto. Rah way, to cento. BaMktMn, ft canto. The fare in the 7) A. M. train front N?a Brunswick, and 4| fit. train from New York, has bean redaced between New York and New Bruaawick to to canto. " and Ratiway to 171 " The Philadelphia mailtroe peases through New Brunrwickfos flaw York every evening at t o'clock. On Sunday the 7} A.M. crip from New Braaewick ia omit''fuiHUari who procure their ticket* at the ticket oRce,roeairo a ferry ticket gratia. Ticketoarereceiredby theconductor atolv on the day when purchased. nit - ? KOK t?AVANA.?The atcam bark CLA RI<?N IS hourly expe ted, and will meet ?i>h every poeeible despatch, haviag pert ol tier cargo already engaged. Those de BB^Bbesinm" ?l securing freight or passage, by Ihis pieai td and beautifully at ranged Teasel, should make early application to GLOVER A McMURRA Y. jm too Pine at. J it 0m fOR dHRKWBBURY?FALL AJUOZ^S* RANGK. M*;NT?The .teamboat OSIRIS, SCwBwb CHpt. J. C. Allaire, will commence running on Bntiiidn- flttl filh, as follow*:?lease Fulton Market slip. Last Riser, every Saturday at 10 o'clock A.M., Tuesday, Wedn-oday, and ( riday. at 8 o'clock A.M. Returning, leaves Red Hank every Monday morning; nt 10 o'clock A.M.; Tueaday, Wednesday, and Friday, at half-put It o'clock P. w. The boat will run ae above until further notice,navigation M weather permitting. oltm* Kl ? BIKDLINE TO ALBANY,enthe WMTTi * Emt aide of the river, httin| better ilifcl >wd trame?aiking no higher fare.?Office, Hov. ir.l'a Hotel. 178 Broaaway ? Pasaengera will be forwardad by hf.iee to Albany hy th a line from any point on the Eut eade of the rirtr where Uic boat* may be compelled Br ice to flop. Avedta will be on board each of tbe mail boat* togiveaaaWtaurn an I information. Tl i-Imeeatenda to Montreal, touching at Albany, (office wider the Mu.rum) and mbracea a very direct and commodiou' roate thither. The aiagca aou h.iraet of thia line will be fotaad really the beet on the Albany ronte.aud no deception. Tbe atricteat attention will be paw to tbe comfort, conreiaoa<< and ape.d of all who may giro ua the preference. When the river ahall he aliut up entirely. Bed Bird era! run all thro igh from New York city to Albany. MH? BAXTER,? A**r'" L V BAKER.Proprietor. ?.8c In _ STAT EN ISLAND EERK t. j^K^Sifoot of Whitehall T-liTrteamer STATEN ISLANDER Learee Staten Inland Learee Whitehall At 8 o'clock a.m. At 8 o'clock aJL 10 " "11 " " l " r.tt " t " r. m -tl"- "81"" " I " On Sunday there will be two boata to run. The iajt boat learee Staten Inland at 8 o'clock, r. a?. ot T. rOWKLL It CO.*> LINE. POR NEWBUROH. landing at CALD > WELL'S. WHST POINT AND COLD aCZaC3K.SPRINO-The ateamboat HIGHLANDER CegH Robert Wardrop, will leeee the foot of Warren atreet ttiw York, erery Monday, Tt? i ?Jey and Saturday afternoon'a at I o'clock. Returning.the High.?'i?er will leave Newburgh -every Monday morning at 8 o'clock, an i 'i'ueeday and k'riday adUm >or> at & o'clock. For freight or paaaagc,apply to the Captain on board. N. B. AH ba-jgagi- and freight of avarv description, bank hatla oripecie. put on board Ihia boat,muat be at the riakof the ownera thereof.uuleaa a bill ofladiag erreceiptia aigaed for (ha tame mOf 8TAKL1NK FOR NEW ORLEANS. jfe ^ Hft jR Th^vbacribera b^Meave to returnUirir thank^jHhe pa Cronageyon have hitherto eatrnded toward* the Star Line,and elicit acantinH^iau of a portion of your freight to New Orienna.in thin line, which will be taken at the eery low eat ratre. m the following ahipa, which will aueeacd aach other and tail weekly SOLON, Captain Geo. Buekman, Rl'SSEL GLOVER. Captain JahcaHowea. Iritioh^TcASTLe"cJvI?I? 8. G Glover. IIad other ahipe of the nmr elm. to ollow ??eh other in quirk nceuiHi For further particulate, apply oo konrd it Pin* tree!wharf.orto OLOVER It Me MURRAY. ?l? 1M Ptaeet. roe. Booth NF.W YORK AND LIVERPOOL COMMERCIAL LINE Ol PACKETS. m fflt. M Mk BAlHNtFrO AMI FhOM LIVERPOOL WEEKLY OLD ESTABLISHED PASSAGE OFFICE, No ?l Sou'h atreet, New York. THE ewbecriber.in inn uncing hia arrangement! for the. year I IMS. appear! before hia friemda with aentwneala of atarere Y rri^ecl for the able lupyort h* haa recti* ad for ougr fain He likewise wiitiee tr eyll the attrition of thole intending to aand for tbet- fr eada in Knoland. Ireland. Sent land, and Walra, that they can at all tinea be accommodated by thin line, by weekly opportuniliei from Li'fryool. aa wrll aa by ailthewrll known different linea of pocket ahito aniline to nod from LiTerpool.m, the lit.Tth, llth.lMh. andnth of cock morlh, lh>ou(ho?l the year. It haa alwaya been the atudy of the onbocribrr lohner the emiwrnte ahown civility, and dtapatehed without delay: and thoae who aeud for their friends may mat illiMid that every care aud dilirrnt attention will be given by the Liverpool Agenta to thoie aenl for, aa well aa all who may embark with hen. iukI ahonld any oftfcoae. wnoae peaa?y? haa been paid. n?tmo?ri. inr money win or reiuooea without uy charge. The aubrcrtber feeie * ydeaaure in makta* kanwn the diff "rent br which hta paaaeiigera eaape out during the laat rear, which liw given grner.il ?iluUction, and lh?t nr haa eonriderably attended ud concluded hia arraageawnta far the year ? The following ia a fiat nf ahipe Ship Beotlaud Kobiaiaon Ship Qacaola Childa * Fairfield W llaoo St. Cloud Knwnnn - Fmak fort Rueeall - New Nieea " Uuaeell borer Ho wee " Wanaw Uritttha " Hiberoia Wilaoa - Otwego Wood M AM red C hearer - Ocjh Weilaad " tllflim Ingeraoll " Talbot Story " Lotuerille Allen * N.Haapahtre Harding " Sobieeki Kmeraoo " raathea Uoodwaaeoo * Alahimian Low " Mobt liaae Tree ana " 'reatice Hnpkina " Virginia Kaloa " Tyrone tinner " Karop* Batekrldrr * Walee Watta * A dank ma Seymour " Wertcheeter Kerne TWaaboee akipa, and their reepeetive raptaiaa, are ail well w (arorahiy kaotra to the trade A me paaaatu from the diftml porta ef Ireland and Scotlead cae alao be aetnred, aue drtfla formatted far any aaieaat, payable at the National and Provincial Banka of Ireland and Mir reepectiet braachee,aad aleo oa Meaara J. k W.Kfhtaeon, Liverpool. which art peed, free ef any charge, throughout f,w aad.Ne.i Neptune at. Waterloo PatAt, Lierrpaat.i E NE1 NE I HORTK 0LTITI ! OARDtai. *U I a a g NAMil 9f ?TATU, LIC. -3 I| If. 1? I J* 3 SJ ? ?_ Maine SI 579 410 dl New Hunpahirc, 18.001 ? SI Moa-ckiuetU. S1.V904 1II.814 oil Rhide |?1 ml, 17.741 10.104 307 Ct>n icciicut, 4IJ3I 18.114 101 Vermml, 11.071 3 000 41 New York. 400,180 7S.OOO 5V6 New Jeraev, 149 413 70 107 1,333 Pe tine ir If anil, 339.H0 00,117 |,im Delaware. 4.111 1,110 0 Man lend. 133 117 10101 Oil Virginia 01 300 18.700 171 North Carolina. *18 473 41,501 30 Poii h Carolina, 38.187 1.134 1.054 (JeTKia. 10,14C 1 063 411 Alabama, 11.971 370 06 Miwt'eippi, 41 490 419 CO I.ouiaiena, 144 041 31,415 841 'Penneaaee. II lit 71,101 14 Kentucky, 115 071 6.110 330 Ohio, 97,001 11,707 140 Indiana, 01.111 17 ill 301 lllinoia, 71.911 11.1M 77 Mitaouri, 37,141 1,105 97 Arkanaai, 3.730 415 8 Mirh'Xan, 4.081 0,807 57 Florida. 11.751 It ?o Wit.otuin, 3 100 1 0 ft 04 Inwn. 0.170 4 mo 10 Diituctof Columbia, 53 896 851 1*1 Total, 0,101,196 695 534 915J | iROM. Cast iron. Bar irou. | Furl, g-o i i. L iU Lilt fil Name or Stair,fcc. <_ * * j,o B 8 <8 f * *[ 6s y i-'4 I'l if bi: _____ I?: H Z = 2 H lh? IZo.i Maine. 16 6 122 1 ? Mi ? New lfamp hire, IS 1,320 i 12S 2.1U4 12 Maaaarhusc Us, 46 >,232 67 6,004 160.202 1.01 Bh dtr IdLikI, 5 4.124 ? ? 227 2 Couieciieul, 22 4 405 44 3 620 16 033 61 Vermont, 26 2 743 14 6So 3?8.407 7b New Yuik. 126 24.088 120 33 643 123.177 3 43 New Jersey, 26 n.lll 60 7,171 2T,?2S 2JW Ptnueylrtuja, 213 98,393 169 87,244 3.43,603 11,53 Delaware, 2 17 S 416 671 2 Marl laud, 12 8 876 17 7,800 24 4-2 1,71 Virvuia, 42 18 910 32 5 9-6 46 588 1,74 North Carolina. 8 968 4 4 663 11.363 44 South Carolina, 4 1,216 9 1.14.5 6.334 84 Gcoraia, 14 4H ? - 63* 4 Alabama, 1 30 3 75 157 i Mis-itippi, ? ? ? ? ? ? Louisiana. 6 1 400 2 1,366 4,182 14 T?naea?f, 34 16.1291 80 9 673 187,453 9,24 Kentucky, 17 26 202 13 3.637 35,691 I.II Dhio, 72 36.236 19 7,406 101,316 2 24 Indiana. 7 010 1 20 707 II Illinois, 4 168 ? ? 240 1 Miaaouri, 2 180 4 118 3t0 8 Arkansas, ? ? ? ? ? ? Michigan, 16 601 ? ? 461 9 Florida, ? ? ? ? ? ? Wiskoneiu, 1 3 ? ? 1 Iowa, ? ? ? ? ? ? Dkrtrict of Columbia, ? ? ? ? ? ? Total, 804 206,000 705 107,233 1,583,110 30,40 Rotinnab, [Correspondence of the Herald.] Savannah, Jab. 20,1742. Movements in Savannah?Editors? h\ukion?Trail*, S-c. tr*J An. Gordon Bennett, E.-q ? My Dear Sir? Strange as it may appear, nevertheless, oo true be it, amid your nnmereus correspondents you have none from this piaea who regularly, or at reasonable intervals, gives you a " eonp d'ttll" ct ths poosing events, or personages, protty or interesting, of he community. Now 1 can hardly imagine there s so groat a lack of food for your unique journal, but rather that a degree of inertness has taken poosession ef yonr friends. Yon have an Agent in town, who is very eivil and attentive, and appearo to be doing a fair busiaeM. We have two daily papers here, and both conducted by bachelors. Now as I am of your opinion, that not only the press in its tone, but its editors, should promote the public weal, and be good examples in every important light, they are not fit to forward, although perhaps (they may fancy they possess the inclination) calculated to seek the fair interests of the city. In the wsy ef public amusement we are generally pretty quiet, but at present we have the theatre opened, under the good management of Mr Forbes* with a good stock company, performing to tolerably well filled houses. Mrs Fitzwilliams and Buckstone arrived last night from Charleston, and wi" draw crowds of the gay and great. The private society is very good, and has had quite an acquisition in some eight or ten young ladies, who this year have made their debut, and a morefascinating bery even your queen eity eannot produce ; besides, we have generally during ihe winter, a large iuflux of strangers, who try the benefits of tbe southern climat not as Grace Harkaway, in " London Assurance ' says, ler the sake of "consumptive estates," but actual ill health, or to avert it. They enjoy one advantage which travellers often repine at?1 mean comfort. The Paln>ki House is far famed as one of the most elegant establishments in the States, and unsurpassed for the quiet gentility of its arrangements, and courteous deportment of its proprietor. Marriages are very rare, only occurring, as a general thing, when astray beau, in search of health or pletsare, makes his appearance, or the young laHies evince their charms in a summer tonr. Tbe yeung men ean form a very fine battalion, of poor ^cuuciuru? p^uuu uiaj mcrcwun wnui? commiaaion er profit and lou account* rery eaaily balance?a goodly quantity of kniglita of the lancet, who ennceire tho location wretchedly healthy? and no arnall aeareity of aage expeandara of law and jnttice, who pronounca (when in caacaa collected) their fellow eitizeoa atraagely taaaa and aadly paaaire?no rnae will work, nor any iagaaatty furth-r their end*. They pretend ta be rery intriguing, in order to naaka aaaaepoctiag aaaa da- < part from the path of rirtaa and atop in the fitlda , of rice, in order to pay the penalty They are erer apparently "eager for the fray," and regret 1 the eoniequencea of enraged epirita, yet near randy 1 to defend injured honor. f Thia ii my firit caaay to yon, Bennett, hat it may be the lail; howeror, in eaaa yon deaire it, and 1 any little oecurreneea of apaeial import oaanr, which can be olfenaire to nana, ana nmneing to aome, 1 ahall offer it for yoer eonaidernUqn and , their discnaaion. Aaairm. 1 i WaihlagtaN. fOrraapaedence of the UerM.I WAaHinoTon, .Ian. 20, IW. Tbmga in IKoaMmrlon? Parliu? feafmoafer of Ntw York?Candtrlttfr*. Mr Dram Bai?i**tt? Itia amuaing to one that ia a aaera looker on of , other men'a matterr, and to attend the jama, aliaa i partiea, that are alaaoat erary arming made and attended by all elaaaaa of the " would-bo-faamliaa," , and ta hear the little two-penny aaandal, by almoat ' erery man, woman and child of thia truly goaeip- J pine little town. Peoela hare do eonrrraate from all quarter* mad elims* of this1 breathing world, and t bow aad terape, and sail# and frown, and rhotter i aboatnothing in a moot wonderful manner. I Waahington ia the greatest elty for littlo thing* that I wa* over ia. Bat of ail tho ol*a*ant parties that I hare bona at, H pot, are President Tyler's ? levees, (Tnesdevs and Satardap evening*)?he ? himself, a* also the blooming, smiling ladies of the 1 household, all, every one, so ploaeaat, polite, well bred, aad the Romas aoeod ehief, over playke to ' the life the gialtmsn ; and there too, pmi hear so j W YO W YORK, TUESDAY M( STATISTICS Ol It ;i I ? I i li i I * it 1 -5 3 i M I 1 J :* -a si i *M i i ? I S" 3 gi 3 O 5 <j I U l_z * ~ ~ 34,774 7# i< i?uws JJJ I Ml II I l.liO.IUO 1.075 43.174 441 143 U,5?,Sin 3?S? 440.474 41 37 "J"*"? , ??? 1>4 34< 10 II 545,00 J 1.530 9 677 ? ? ? J5H5S3 Ml 1,044 44.553,001 l*>? * 16 2 8 99.0C9 ? ? 957.475 194 178 534 I 100 ? ? ~~ r*1 44441 70 H7 *?* i, fog at 41 4,444.500 4,734 4 li? J ,4 151 i#0 l.??* o|0'M4 41 41 9.I44.W0 1.401 Oil! 4 94 1,543504 I. 54,445 51 101 3.354.014 41 04# 7 07 471,400 705 #5?|71l !4 331 14,770 000 1 464 10 740 13 54 'I!! i*! ! JS 108 547 5 50 440.714 1,833 3! . 400 53 411 5 418.440 4 103 73 448 11 ?4 1,407 400 MOl 1T.5I fi 4 51 Mil! 37.075 3 .*9 ,44300 1,147 4 034 10 1? 3', 40 40; 94,'IT3 - Vi 17T.S'.0 ??4 4 5## 4i 71 > I 43,4 5 1 7 8 ! 00 i ! 8 1 638 ? 14 41 SCO 1.J \ttU 7 4 310 400 4,445,774 1 409 4 351 Ill49ij?>; #7,495 i Li:?d. i (Hold. &t J tK 171 3 1 1 I i r 1 i? 4 ft I II 1 8] ii i =i h i -J r if ih i - II S 4 i S i i 8 $188 880 ? ? r- ? ? ? ? I 88,800 1 1,000 8 $500 ? ? ? 7 1.838.875 ? ? ? ? ? I 88 850 ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 0 577,300 ? ? ? ? ? ? 8 814,150 ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 9,103.418 * 070,(00 333 8S',000 ? ? 8 1711880 ? ? ? ? ? ? 18 7 711,471 ? ? ? ? ? 5 38 800 ? ? ? * ? ? ? 8 785 650 ? ? ? ? ? ? 8 1,844 650 5 978 61* 73 81 500 11 $.31759 13 ti.881 9 10.04.0 30 50.0410 10 *55.019 33 18 113 300 ? ? ? ? 6 37.418 4 II 24 iCO ? ? ? ? 133 181.881 Ii 10 3.51(8 ? ? ? ? ?.61 830 4 13 357,046 ? - ? ? ? ? 18 1,514 786 8 ? 6 350 ? 1,506 18 441,000 - ? ? ? ? ? 18 1,161,0410 ? ? ? ? ? ? 13 87.700 ? ? ? ? ? ? '6 40.300 30 8,7653100 7 3 114.500 1 8X7 10 78,000 It 5,393,455 858 385,808 ? ? 1 , 80.800 ? ? ? ? ? ? 3 4 000 49 15 116 3-0 MO 681990 ? ? ? 11 50?,l>00 30 34 909 ? ? ? 7 90,438.131 190 31,159,463 MIT 1,346,766 187 593.605 1,06 little of the " citj new*," that yon ere sometimes at a loio which noit to admire, the civilities of the white hou?e, or the splendor of the well dressed, good-natured end accomplished visitors. At a late party, at tlia west end of the town, (as my friend, Beau Lawrence, would say,) 1 overhtard an anxious c?nver?ati4?n between two gentlemen respecting yonr city post office, and the numerous candidates for the vacancy. Qn enquiry, thenoxt morning, 1 was informed ihat Mr. C. was to be removed ; end here (tends, " all in a row," "the four-anJ twenty" candidates, well-dressed, prim, loving the people to deeth?(have done more, end swear that they have net half done whet (hew can do, if the office is given to the right one ) Call the roll?P. H., a respectable old citizen, of'good orthodox memorv I C. K. : it ie ennneh to know that 1 am an Editor : J. W. W. ; I 'iposa," 1 an not, "just sow" " onay how thought of." It ia uarortaoato for the following namee, who I am informed are eandidatas, that they ire all of that deplorable, reckless class of men, well hnown here aow, but much better known in your eity, 1 am told, by the name of one Olentworth's pipe laying geutrr- And, my dear sir, theylhave all been your tormentors and persecutors, merely because you had the daring vigilance to expose to the glare of light tbeir vile plans, and to proclaim to the werld their wicked acts. My word for it, they shall not flourish, so long as I have any thing to say in the affairs of your great and growing city. My position enables me to see and hear a good deal that is passing in this hemisphere. Here theydhe : Allow ns to intioduce to your notice, J. Hoxie, a good looking, love-inspiring, song singing, office hating gentlennn An I here comes Mr Lougborough, for many years the schoolmaster of ths Deaf and Dumb. He is a modest looking man. 1 fear he is too timid to succeed. There goes Mr. Raymond, a very good, sound, old fashioned lawyer, It would ruin h a business to take office just now Mr. R. you may stand aside By the way, I saw in the street Mr. Hoxie end Mr. Newhouse, the other day. The latter eitixea ia called here the travelling agent of Mr. Loughboreurh. I am toli that he has in the eonrs* of three week* gone to and from tki* city to New York three time*, " a* errand master" to Mr. Loughbcr#ogh. I am of opinion that the President will bestow thia office on lone nitod eitiaen, well known in yoar caramunity a* a goad republican, of high respectability, aound moral worth and inflexible political integtity, and an untiring friend of hi* administration. All the pipe layers nre oat of the qaestion. Ohio a. Aitbaarn. Acbchn, Jan. 22, 18-12. (Correspondence of the Herald.) Great Reformation in Auburn?Revolution im a Rum Hole?Vender* of Wine, fl-c. Mr Bsi*nett :? We are this morning in the midst of a glorious excitement, caused mainly by the emptying into the street and gutter all the whiskey, rum, gin, brandy, Are- belonging to, and found in the grog shop kept by Mr. Frederick I. Clute?not by force, but by voluntary consent. Mr. C. having joined last evening, the "Total Abstinence Society" gave notice generally, that his liquor would be turned ont this mora- ( ing precisely at 9 o'clock ; a crowd of some three ( or four hundred were gathered by the hour. Ke- ( formed men, anti reformed, temperance men of ill classes, ages and conditions were on the spot, ^ (I noticed one distiller in the crowd but he did not j remain long) to witness the moral spectacle of a rum . seller and drinker too, publicly acknowledging to the f world, in the shape of empty decanters, jugs and , carrels, all backed by the pledge, hie total abandonmoot of ram, or alcohol ia any shape and every f thing which can intoxicate. Well may lie now ( adopt the following lines To aU raw sailors la the laad, land, land, A long farewell to too, 4 Teorpoloao plaoao to sell Tonraelrea. ? 1 notaoblue as to sail it with you, .

For to pure cold water I're eowe, come, he. Mr. C. hae kept in our village for the last ten years ' a noted grog shop and rum hole, on* of the very best r in lowo. manufacturing drunkards by the wholesale ind retail- Surely light has indeed broke in upon ' us. t There seems to be no bounds aet to thw glorious 3 and mighty reformation. A reformation as results 1 ihow, no nearer the end than when it first began.- t This struggle against King Alcohol" is not destined ? to atop until we drive the monster bag and baggage r From our peaceful shores. Depend upon it a mighty ii moral revolution awaits us as a nation, more glorious o and complicate d in its results to all classes and coin- V mutinies than nny which has ever agitated oar re- t< public. Joe Smith's not excepted. Cowoi ti ii V earner auaiwst a IIaii.soad Coansr.?lathe n :asr of Isaac Otis, Esq., present United States Mar- b ihal|of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, vs. Philadelphia, wermantown, sod Norisiown Rail- ci 'oad Company, which has been pending the last d sroek before Judge Petit, of the District Court, 'ho ei aijr gave a verdict for plaintiff of $9S,tdH,db. tt RK E )RNING, FEBRUARY 1, F THE UNITED SrI COMMERCE. j?1 j I ? I is I I a i - g *2 *? S <5 ? T? S I "8 I* -S 8 "sl? i? I 1 I 1 ill 1 j j I "7^3.^ !? 3 6U9.42'i ? *J ?J* j ,-)a 799 12 709 938 >J7 iia * 2.8I0.US 4t 2!1'52 IWi '.93 *5,?87 838 ST !? ? ? 3 31 >83 5,884.080 - . " ISM U>+* 4*,'S3 745 4!4 ?.?4 >T8 w 4 113 47 #6 410,670 %a*? 'i 148 jVUt T?? 383 ?,??!" S'J*i 947 760 22 1,350 183 9 843,17 0 48 3W-?9 , ^ 9,, I8.884.4 U 41 l??30 aM 5 849 945 20 100 lSi 8 848.738 14 ? ?? 442 "* 7 381.838 28 TS . o? 7S 4# 8jt7,9?8 ? ' rr aw 40 8,004.4'1J I "M 997 3 'i-StSS ? '?" llM .2! 9,411826 93 STjJte !,? ? V2W 3 747 2 705 SSfc 5 ^ 8.IS-.802 ?2 i:,.^ 288 aSiS ? '55 ? '?s ! Sis ? 437 858 3 lb.4J? 7a _ 2.701 880 _U '<0 008 48 ^091799 1,793 4.949.307 ->4,993 17*94 ~~M I WES. HH MlTtU. I Lt; AL | an ihka< itk. i biti'mihou*. ~i i I i 5. s i i I i 1 1 k I 1 h i 5 ? ^ o ~ ? x * ? . .55 c * 2 ? si .3 U 5i. 1 ?2 ? ? Ho ? .2 ^ .2 a u t> Z O hji Z 'J |Z sr ? $UnO * SOI.00 ? ? ? ? ? 10,300 11 9*>0 ? ? ? 20,920 ? 2.510 H 1,800 ? ? ? ? _ _ ? ? 1,01/0 ft $4,000 ? _ ? ? _ ? 38 000 ? 70 500 186 02,500 ? _ ? ? ? 84 664 119 92.800 ? ? ? ? ? 30.550 ?3 15 000 ? _ ? ? ? 100 200 285 62,200 859 8m; 2,077 4 jm.102 11,020,(54 i, ? 28 800 73 5 000 ? ? ? 294,000 103,(80 ? ? ? 300 2 100 14.(42,845 i 0,(32 1 000 s ? jo 4 ? w 40 000 ? ? ? ? ? ~ ~ 18.848 ' ?(n 1 000 - - ~ - ? ~ ?3.?? Too - - - ~ - ? 1S>? ? ? ? ? 2,136 27 14.5(0 ** : ? l?00) 1 hi j|83 _ 4 1410 3 318 408 400 ? 2 ? 132 2 ? i?Ji7, 1 ? 15,(00 15 ?180 ? ? ? yiiO Z Z Z - I Z ? 1C.OOO ? 984.815 870,(.4 728 230,008 183,400 3,042 4^56^0227,800,141 8,7 Ccort of Oyer antl Terminer. Before Judge Kent and Aid. Purdy and Lee. Jaw. 31?People had acq-iired onch a habit, of late, of thronging rround the Hall, that they supposed it neeesaary to keep it up, and the Court roem this uiorniag was crowded to overflowing. Mr. Morrill, one of the counsel for John G. Cult, otated that himself and associates were preparing a bill of exceptions, a'so affidavits in relation to the Jury, and requested that further proceedingo iu the ease should be postponed to next tern, which would be in March. Judge Kcwt, after consulting with hia associates, stated that the Counsel should have a fortnight allowed them, which was ordered. Mr. Morrill also requested that the trial of Adams, indieted for the murder of hit wile, might be postponed to next term. i..3.. i* *u-? l. k.j letter front Mr. Dewitt, who had been assigned at couneel for Adams, and was at present in Albany, sating that he would probably be ready on the 8th February. Mr. WaiTiae was not opposed to the case lying orer till next term, if good cause could be shown. From an examination of the pipers that had come iato his hands, he supposed the murder to hare been a ceol deliberate one. Mr. MonniLL thought the counsel would be unable to get reedy this term, and the trial was ordered to be Doatponsd. Judge Kbist then enquired of the District Attorney when the ease ot Papuan, (also indicted for the murder of his wife,) would be ready. The eennsel for Teppan stated that some of the witnesses were now in the interior part of the Sta'e, end it wes uecessarj they should be present. He did not snppoee it possible they could be ready this term. The Distriet Attorney remarked, that as the ease of Adams was to lie orer, he bad no objections to this taking a similar course He wes desirous of tskieg some testimony, dt bent esse, end asked leave to that effect, which was granted, and the trial was , postponed. The eld panel of jurors were then discharged, with the thanks of tka Court, and the new panel directed to remain. Mr. MoaaiLi. asked to hare the libel ease of James Gordon Bennett postponed to next term?he feeling beat oat and unable to try it?but the District Attorney objected, and the case was set down i for Moadey next. 1 Jadge Kxitt obserred, that a special jary had , been summoned for the Circuit Court this morning to try the Steten Island ease of Wendell ra. ' Moore. The trial wnntd not come on for a few days and they were discharged until culled upon, with a caution not to convene on the anbjeet betweeni themselves, nor allow othcra to speak with than in reapeet to it?the latter of which waa a puaiahable offence. The Oyer and Terminer than adjourned. City Intelligence. Jirmcr Slow But Scan.?On the 17th of May, 1840,two men named John Haynea andCharles Merritt, induced Peter Warrington, then a reaideat of Cape Henlopen, Delaware, bnt on a visit to this city, 0 go on board ef a vessel lying at the foot of Third meet, to sleep over night, and while there robbed lim of #140. The rogues have been running at arge until within a few days, when Memtt waa dentified while at Mamaroneck, Westcheater coun- 1 y, and arrested and brought to this city, where he was committed yest- rdey at the Upper Police. Cauoht at Last ?In the month of August, 1*18, 1 man named NicoJ.mus Smalley, stole a watch rom Cornelias D- Jackson, of 174 B*rrow street, iud kept it so close that suspicion never rested up>n him until within a few days, when it WAsdiscovrcd thut he hud pawned it in February last to Abraism Astley, jr , for the sum of #5 He was arrest, d by officer Smith, of the Upper Police, and com niit?*d to prison yesterday. { A PicarocgBT amono tht. Horse Dealer*.? e during the auction sale at Tattersall's yesterday, >ne of the crewd perceived or felt the fingers of at omebody exploring one of his pantaloons pockets, as n search of something that they might reach, and w ipon grasping them he discovered at the other end " f the arm a man who says his name is Joseph Mnr- th ay. He bad removed a wallet that contained #77 C< n bank notes from the pocket of fh- stranger to his th wn aaf? keeping, and when arrested denied all te nowledge of intending to appropriate the proceeds S? " his own oae. The Police Justice knowing Mr. Jurray, by reputation, refused to believe his well mi Id story, and eent him below, to learn, as he wifl th J all probability, thai his fingers should never pene- aa ate mto the myaterioua recesses of his neighbor's w reeclies. (j Asothtr Victim.?A colored woman named Ce. f? rim Henderson, was launched into eternity yesteray, from the excessive use of ardent sptrita Shr ea nrered the dwelling of her son, No. 27 Orange * met, yesterday, and died almost immediately at- *e [ERA 1842. ATES FOR 1840. ~i? in i i C'l - S--5 fc 5 il i" a2 i s|-s i ; * * si* lb? i 3a& (3 z 5 ? ~ ^ 510,1 1* M MIW 3,?M,r 480 407.050 380 715 n 4<7 ? .8 71M0 J.WJ J.SS- ??? i IM04S M"< * _ || 80 tOO ? ,11W4 100 25 001 2 953 0.0 2 '1.134 H * 30 204 000 o o a* 4?0 727J9W ? 00 4',70 til ?MO - iilTi 25 1,1 ?2 2 305 * 3 350 2 4 0 000 3.305 40 U2 OOO ~ ~ 17 13*86 - _ 57 0 3 370 I 15 4.260 ? _ 201 164.133 j7 ? S 88.811 ? _ 183 181 860 i.504 1,061 4,617.370 ?J7 582 145 ? _ 648,<25 ? _ ? 188 173 0 50 _ _ 39 200 ~ 16-"S 33 12200 60.OW ? 3 14.100 ? * _ _ ,"o 60.100 - " "Tsoi: uToTosi 773,047 ?7t,IM? ?J? I UKaIVITK. MlRHtH, Alt "LT- | TIIKR .TOSt! 2 T ? - ; I e -2 s -c-o S 8 3 " 3 it I H u i i it i 1 1 ft * 1 i h? 1 I ? ? ? * <? I O B ; y 3 35 o > I K o ~ ? 60,000 IS $25 U0 9107306 305 *160 31 _ _ 1,000 I 0.500 16 038 43 S 71 _ ? 376,590 403 503 960 7 90 965 970 000 I! _ _ ? ? ? 17 900 39 7 Si G ? 1,100 3 3,000 313.469 693 333 27 _ _ ? ? ? 33.965 104 18,27 ? ? 2 887 064 332 6 601,000 1,611.480 3,649 1,00-3 55 _ _ 100 1 1,5(0 35721 118 10,60 109 $300,416 31* 473 355 1 91,435 238 HSI 310 17-4,27 _ ? 1160 17 300 16 0(0 46 5.00 S3 4,470 1.300 3 InO 21.760 61 17,-20 196 1 301.865 1,746.618 83 1 30 7 800 84.4-9 233 4923 | ' ? 4,493 8 7 090 3 360 14 3* _ ? 2.260 7 1 5u0 3 000 4 S.0O _ _ ? ? ? 31.990 199 36 00i _ ? ? ? ? 13,700 22 16 >0 7i _ ? ? ? 30 1(0 73 16.66 113 76,037 318.665 391 163.585 19 692 100 6,21 434 46 5*5 2*7,350 240 113 195 196 831 396 27.49 17 1 800 6.400 It 20,050 35.021 105 6.76 162 130.076 30.000 32 10 090 74.378 142 14.02 86 * 418 1* 180 36 3 550 38 110 33 15,03 7 60S 2.700 26 30 800 16 500 30 ? _ _ _ ? ? 2.700 4 30 00 _ _ 12,000 4 30.080 2 650 30 14,60 _ _ ? ? ? 968 17 4* 2 500 - ? ? 330 ? ? 68 1,969 963 9,179,174 9,3*9 9.919,04* 3.995,884 7.869 9,649,18! forwards from congestion of the brain. An inquesi waa held by the coroner. Death rno*i Buuwino?The woman named " Scotch Moll," who was bo severely burned last week in Orange street, died yesterday at the City lloopital, where she was conveyed a! the time. Stole a Fit-opt?Isaac IIolmps, wishing to fit himself out for an extra cruise in the neighborhood of the " Hook," laid unlawful paws yesterday on about $15 worth of clothing, belonging tn^ Miss Catherine Robinson, who resides at No 32 Walnut street. She entered complaint, and he waa wot to the Tombs to meditate. Accidental Death.?A man named William Smith, who tiaa been recently engaged at* a laborer in the lime kiln of Mr. Donnelly, corner of Troy and West streets, while occupied on n scaffold in some department of his business yesterday morning, was precipitated to the ground by its accidentally giving way from under htm, and so severely injured, as to cause his death in a few minutes alterwards. Dr C- L Mitchell was immediately culled in, but brfote he had arrived, death had terminated the sufferings of the decetard. There was another man on the scaffold, who ebcaped injury bv clinging to the upright posts that sustained it. 'The coroner held an inquest on the body. Common Council. Jan. 31.?Board or Assistakt Aldermen? The Presidant, Mr. Lee, in the chair. The minutes of last meeting were read aud approved of. Ad invitation was received and accepted from the Fifth Company National Cadets, to attend their Annual Ball, which is to take place at Ntblo's, on Tu> sday evening, Feb 8 Several petitions were presented and referred, among them ene for widening pier Nor 5, East River. Report* of CommUUf?la favor of petition of Forsyth Labagh, to have tax on property, No. 90 Washington street, corrected. Adopted. In favnr of the petition of Dennis Gillespie, who had #9,970 awarded him for leased property, at the corner of William and Exchange street?, taken to widen the street, bat withheld in eoaseqaence of a ait in chancery batween him and the owner. Mr. O. suppcsed the Us and interest had been taken oat by the Comptroller, bat his goods were subsequently levied upon by the assessor, and 14 per ct. demanded The report deems him entitled to interest oa the amount withheld. Adopted. In favor #f relieving the Phenix Hank from erroneous tax, the amoant of taxable property belonging to them having been placed at #1,195,377, in stead or #1,119,967. Adopted In faror of correcting erroneoa* lit to Wm. Thompson, Jane* D. P. Ogdsn, and Nathan Roger* Adopted. i Adreraeto correcting erroneoa* tax on perional irepertyof Wm. At will, he bring taxed a* poaaeaa- < ng #7000 when he made oath to no; being worth 1 ?700?but he wa* in the city when the aa*e**ora ( idrert.sed for persons to come forward and exam- I ne the hooka, and neglected doing *o. The report < herefore denies him reli< f. Adopted. I tThe nme a* to tax of Adeline Miller, who wa* I i**?**ed a* owning #7000; bat did not poaees* * nore than #1000 She failed to call upon the as- 1 tenors. Report adopted 4 In faror of concarring with the Board of Alder- * aea in fixing the time for opening Twenty ninth f nd Thirt eth streets, the 1st April, 1842, and ap- < ointing Samacl Danshet aiseisor. Adopted. < In faror of selling property at the north west ornerof King and west streets to M. Stanford for ?5.600. cash. 4 In faror of concarring with the Board of Alder- * ten in paying Francis Child, and others, exeea- ' ors of Abaa.^hild, an awardltf #331 80 csuts ? ' idopted. ' From the special committee on the presentment J 1 the ttraad Jury, and responding to the rnrioos " ri-ranees set forth. Adopted V In faror of paying Isaac Verroylna 6156 25 in 0 ompensalion for injuries receircd by falling into * 5ally in the Third Arenac, about a year ago ? ' opted. * The annual Report ef the Comptroller relatira to J U. wwsawai.we of th? Alfv VO Vh f 11 fitF11. With r#?#ivcii nd reared to be printe<T. ? An invitation fiom Keaben Peel, for the members , f the Board to vieic the reopening of the New f 'ork Mnteuia on Monday evening next ?Ac- a pled (I A petition wu received from Henry Belts, e ting that he had invented a plan for preserving ilk, and was daiirmu of forming aoroe plan by hiektheaity would be provided with healthy ilk instead of the preaent swill stuff*, and asking I. e aid of the Common Conned on the subject, vasiderable conversation took place, as to whe- g er the subject should be referred to the Commit- " e on Pinauce.or to the Committee on Art* and . lienees. Mr Hh At.an thought aa the member* of the Cornea Council were considered the "fathers'* ot e city, they shojld take care of the children, id the children wanted "milk." The subject J? aa a teimUift one, and I should be referred to the ^ omasittee on Art* and Sciences. It was so rerred. Paperm fiom the Rnaul of AUei~min.?Cnmmuniill on from the Assistant Clark, stating that the card bad aoanoeearred in tha rasolatian relativa ao the Wearing of sanw from sidewalks ta SSSSSaaBSSSSSSSSSSSSS I LD. Frk.t Twu 4 :?i>ca FISHERIES. ? "T 3 I 1! I , | i il i 1 ' 11 I 15 I | ' 1 51 il|! J t5 ! b-b I i "= .? 3Is I ? ?. o 1 "it c? ! o ^ JK I > f. u 14 117,407 3.SII 3 SI'? BS6.M7 _ 16 aa? ? 39? s? w? ri ] 3tt 44-1.674 .4 006 ll,725,K5o M 6-S3.81U 45 5V3 I 160 1.077.167 17 1,206.047 367.5*3 3.214 lJ0t,?*0 iT 1246.541 344,665 i.208 H?Mo ? ' SO 000 74,001) *.*> >3,876 7 ' ? lb 240 6# 14 *u 4 142,576 7 44* 164 17" 1430 ? 12.167 7,414 >1 r ? 4,150 S5? rt ) 2 307 S3 SOU I.*64 51 4. t 1 _ ? 52 1 0i7 ~ ? 7 24'! _ 146 13410 ? 1,130 34 - ? I 441 26.641 _ 6,000 * i03M4l 1)40 156 )X 61.360 U s?M 527 51.500 7 536 77b 1,163 234 itto* I6.4l4,*.0 f OK LONDO.N-PicJifI tl ut K?tim?rv -Tb? - JmSJWapl-udnl picket ihtp Mf DIATOM. ( apt am Chad<Mmffito*tck, wjli (ail ua above, her irguHr day. Korpw. **ge in rabiu, secuud cabin or alwragr, haunf rxccilcDtaw commodalioD*, apply on board. or to ihr oAcr ol )W J HtHDMAN.il *??ik . KMlil jAAUtS 1U LiN...iL.?iNU, IKbLAftif 4 SCOTLAND, AND WALKS?Crnou* i roottdiv mK'"' aeuiliug noury to their friend* miiln g in mar part oi the old country ,cori at all time* obtain from the aubaest bar* draft* at sight, lor anv amount drawn direct on lha Koval ,0 Bank of Ireland, and on Messrs. I'rcacolt, Unite, Amca It (Jo., I? | banker*, Loadou, wluth are paid free of dilrnuntor any charge ;u ; whaterer, in eterf town throughout the United Kingdom. 10 1 For tens* apply .to S ItOCllK, UROTHKR8 & CO 35 Fulton at. 0 New York, next do >r to the Fuji on Bank. 5 (Kf~ Th? aubactiber* hare a regular doert aucceaaion at 0 frat class American Snip*. sailing irom Liverpool ever* tlx 2 days, aud Mr. JAMKS D. KOCHK.oneof ihiaflim, ia there, 0 and will remain to aee all thoae nhoae paaiagra are pail hare, 0 forwanled with care and despatch. For passage apply to 1 a bore Jg 9 inc rAonAUe, run bnteiUL- i ik pic u^mI tank. 9 MMVct brig NORTHERNER. Capt Rice, wdllharekn 11 JBBabioediate deapatchfor the abora port, having superior 9 accommodation for a few c .bin, and aeeond cabin paaaangen* which wili be taken at moderate rate*, it early application C mace to W.kJ X. TAPsUoTT. 0 4t South atreet, x Persona desirous of vroduig for their fnenda to come ant 6 from i he above port, can make the necessary arrangeuient, bp # applyiug a< above. j|T 5 1J>- PAB8AUK KHOM HAMBURG, GKRMA.N Y ? DIRECT ?The subscribers have a regular aucoew? flHbiion of fint claaa veaarla, leaving Hamburg twice a 0 month. Person* wiahing to aend for their friends, residing w 1 any part of Uermany, can avail thamaclveaof thia arrangement. Drula for any amount can ala* be funiiahed, payable in Hamburg. Forfurtker rwrlirnlara. anvlr (if he letternoat pais) to . HERD MAN It KEENAN, at Booth at. I all WILLIAM UlBHOiX, haq., Agent at Hambut t Id favor of petitioning the Legislature te abolish the offices of water Commissioners. This gave rise to a considerable debate, and a notion to eoucur forthwith not being met bj a two-third vote, it waa referred. In favor of discontinuing the pay of the Water Commissioner*. Assistant Alderman Seaman offered an amendment, tbet the salaries shall erase when the offices here been abolished by the legislature. Assistant Alderman Murphy .offered a still farther amsndment requiring the committee to tnv etigatoand report what other officea 'ean anfely be dispensed with on the entire line of the route The whole subject was then referred. In favor of paying Henry Vandewater $15 far room hire to Commissioners of Registry of tho l#th ward. Concurred in. In favor of re-hiring the room occupied for the Justices Court of the lat, *2d and 3d wards, for the ensuing year. Concurred in. Several other paper* were referred. A petition from William I-oxier waa preaaated inruuga Ainiuni Aiaerman waterman, stating thai he wa? a soldier of the reretution, had served all tha war, ia bow 86 years of age, and has resided in this city 50 years, 80 of which he paid lanes ? Through losses, and the ill conduct of his children, he has become poor, aad is now reduced to the accessity of going lo the almshouse or praying assistance from the corporation. Ht asks for suScieat allowance to obtain the means of subsistence, he haring sufficient clothes probably to last him the remainder of his life Mr. Waterman spoke of his claims and bis misfortunes?stated that the re 1 of the company to which he belonged during the resolution had beeu lost, and he was deprived of the opportaaity af obtaining a pension. He oflVred a resolution allow ing him (2 a week in the way of outdoor relief Unanimous Resolutions by Assistant Alderman Rawsou, for the appointment of two physicians in the 12th and 15th wards, for vaccinating the poor, at a salary of ?150' Adopted. mm By Assistant Alderman Batons, for renumbering Attorney street- Adopted. By Assistant Aldeimaa Suaten for a petition to the legislature prerentiag the crying of asm papers on the Sebbath. Adopted. oj A?Biaimni Aincrmnn murphy, to bare the situation of Day OfCtcr in the 7th ward discontinued. Adopted. Adjourned to Monday se'nnight. Red River Rait ?This mammoth incumbrance to the nuvitraiioa of Red River, will be removed by the 16th of February, so as to enable bo?t? toaacna freely to the Upper cnuntiy The Natchitoches Heraid sitya, the steamboats South Western and Riehester, are both busily employed in clearing 'he snags. The seeamer Kmbassy, from Louisville, with emigrants for the Crow Timbers, pa*M-d through the lakes and bayous to the other side of the raft, and there discharged hercargoesnd passenjerar The boat has since left, on a trip for provisions, and when she arrives again will be able to pnsn through without obstruction, and wind her way "reely u< arly lourteen hundred miles above the own of Na'cliitoches. The steamer Relief in iving loatth* raft, awuiiing eagerly its opening. Over ifieea thousand bales of cotton are above at pres nt ; hat of this Inge amount, th>- freight ofaooniderable portion is engaged, and we would be far rum adviaing steamboats on other water courses, to rhange their trade, in the hope of realizing a fortune in Red R tver?.V O. Pieuyme. Fis* ATCinrrawA, U C. ?.lust a.- our paper was oiog to press, we received the subjoined particulars f a lire at Chippewa. It broke out about 12 o'lock las' night, in he distillery of <J. T- Mackleui. is<) , and before it w,is arrested burned down the stillery. togethar with the leam tl >uriacand >-*w Hills and foui'dty, aware house, with 2 UtiO or .l.it <t itlahel* of grain, nrincioallv wheat, h barn filled with irnducr, lour very viiIimUIc carriage*, and hnrreavn ' flitt'Trnt draerip ions?, and email loin of dour, rhisskry, aud potato-a, all belonging to Mr Mark rm Total lot" between fi'teen and rwrnty thm/and dollar \'j loturant-e.? Buffalo Commrrrutl, on. 20th. Raii.ro id m Cm.*.?A eriujaiiian wlw hat la'e dvtcr* Irom Havana, inn-noa u* ihat the liov/rnnent railroad fr?in Havana to(!oima?, (forty miles) r?? p it up lor 'alf, and l?ou?lit t>y ten iiirliviri'ulefor >oe m;Hun of dollars, each out* lakni-; ifltitt,flno?d lie stock. The pnrinent* there, u inu?i :* rrcold, nte paid mi douo|oonn.--/'/i?/?d Intf- J'U. Court Colruilar?Tlala l)?jr. t'lRCI IT COI'HT?Non. )9l, At, I VI, It'll, 1 >1, J rn, 109, 4|, UK, |M, 101, |U(, i.??, 1*1, 1?. ... or Comwo* Pl?:?? - Poit I ? Bitorm Jurif l?Iri?10 oVIock a. m.?Not io,14i, *?,m, 'j7, tl, ?j, ; ?, Ml. ! %, I?7, .13, I no, P*it 9?BHore Jixtilfo lufltohtm?4 o'clock I' M ?V liM. I?, l?l>, HI, l?t. 1??. m. Ycliow Fr?rn ii N*w Ciuam -A ia?* ?f jrflw frvri w?4 r<-|x,rtr<J i i Now ?V>tn? >n the riii<ie pi lhi? month- What** t r moafubg of this ? t ihe *'aooo* dunging }. The frigate Macedonian, Com. Wilkin] n, ooifed from 'ago > Cnh% 10th all. fof Pen col*.

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