Newspaper of The New York Herald, November 17, 1842, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated November 17, 1842 Page 1
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TH Vol. VIII. Mo. 30S -Wliulo Ho. 3I0U. FOR NEW ORLEANS. ? LOUISIANA AND NEW YORK LINE OK TALKEl S. m m* mKor tile tieller acciniiu?o.filiol^>l alupiwr^ despatch a ship from thia port on the l?t, 5th, Toth, 15th, 20Ui, and 25th ot each mouth, comm. ucjn* the lutli October and con in.- until May, when rejnlardaya wtfl be appointed maiiul.r of the year, whereby It rest delays aud will be presented during the aummer inoO?o?. I he lollowiu* ship. will commence tins arrange III rul : Snip YAZOO, Captain Cornell. Ship OCONEE, Captain Jackaou. L\ Slop MISSISSll'l'lL Captatu Hilliara Ship LOUISVILLE. Caigaiu nu'iu Ship SHAKKPEAKE. Captain Miner. Ship GASTON. Captain Latham. Ship HUNT8VILLE, Captain Mumford. .. Snip QCMULGEE, Captain L.avitt. Ship NASH VILLK, Captain Dickinson Ship MEMPHIS, Cupuiu Knight. Ship LOUISA, Captaiu MulfonL Those slops were all built iu the city or New York, express ifor packets, are of light drali of water, hare recently been i wly ctgn*Ted and put iu splendid orderly*ith accommodation* lor passeugeri uue<|ualled (or comfort. They are commanded by experienced masters, who will make every exertien to give S metal satisfaction. They will at all times be towed op and own the Mississippi by steamboats. fc.N? itlier the owners or captains of these ships will be respontiDie for jewelry", bullion, precious stones, silver or plated ware, or frf'r any letters, iiarcel or package, sent by or put on board ol them, utileas regular bills or lading are taken for the same, cud the value thereou expressed, i- Ver freight or passage, apply ? E. K. COLLINS It CO., 56 South at., or . HULLIN It WOODRUFF, Agent in New Orleans, who will promptly forward all gooda to their address. The ships of this line are warranted to tail punctually as advertised, and great care will be takeu to have Uie goods corrtctly measured. rot OLD LINE LIVERPOOL PACKETS. && My T'HE ^TT^LfriE of Packets ior Liverpo^^^^nereaflrr be 1 despatched in tlie following order, excepting that whvu tlie day of staling falls on Sunday, the shi|? will sail on the succeeding day. For New York. For Liverpool. The SOUTH AMERICA, (June 1 July 19 616 tons, < Oct 1 Nov 19 1). (J, Bailey, ( Feb 1 Mar 19 The ENGLAND, (June 19 Aug 7 75? torn, < Oct 19 Dec. 7 B.L.Wute. (Feb 19 April 7 The OXFORD, IJuly 1 Aug 19 goo tons. < Nov 1 Dec 19 J. Udthhone. / March 1 Aoril 19 The EUROPE. iJuly 19 Sept 7 (110 tons, < Not 19 J.ui 7 E. G. Marahal (Mat 19 Miy 7 The NORTH AMERICA, t Aug l Sept 19 619 toils. < Dec I Jan 19 A. B. Lowber.r April 1 May 19 The NEW YORK, (An* 19 Oct 7 900 tons, < Dec 19 Feb 7 T. B. Cropper.f April 19 June 7 The CAMBRIDGE, { Sept 1 Oct 17 800 tons, <Jau 1 leb 17 W.C flarstow.fMay 1 June 19 The COLUMBLS, f Sept 19 Nov 9 700 torn, < Jan 19 Mar 9 O. A. Cole. {May 19 Ju[y 7 Punctuality, aa regards the day of sailing, will beobaerved aa heretofore. The price of iwaiage outward ia now fixed at One Hundred Dollars. Tor which ample atorea of everv description will lie provided, with the exception of wiuea and liquors, which will be furniaheJ by the atewarda. GOODHUE St CO., G1 South aL, C. H. MARSHALL, 38 Burling-slip, N. Y. je3l lyh BARING BROTHERS Ot COu L'pool. NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL REGULAR COMMERCIAL LINE OF PACKETS. Sailing to and from Liverpool, Weekly. m, m. m OLDEST ABLISHEDTASSAGE upFICE, 01 SU^W STREET. The auhacriber in announcing his arrangements for the year 1842, appears befope hia friends with sentiments ol sincere respect lor the able support he has received for many years past.? He likewise wishes to call the attention of those intending to send for their friends residing in England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales; that they can at all times be accommodated by this line, by weekly opportunities Irom Liverpool, as well as by all the well known different lines of packet ships, sailing to anil from Liverpool ou the 1st, 7th, 13th, 19th and 25th ol'each month throughout tire year. It has always bceu the study of the subscricer to have the emigrants shown cilLlity, and despatched without delay, and shose who send for their friends may rest satisfied that every due and diligent attention will be given by the Liverpool ageuts to those sent for,as well as all who may embark with them, aud should any of those whose passage lias been paid not emjark, the money will be refunded without any charge. The subscriber feels a pleasure in making known tlie different shies by which his passengers came out during tlie last year, which has giv^n general satisfaction, and that he has cuusiderasly extended and concluded hisarraugemeuls for the year 1812 The following is a list o( ships :? Ships Scotland, Ilobiuson. Ships Alabamian, Lane. Fall field, Wilson. lVintioe, Hopkins. Frankfort, Russell. Tyrone, ope are. . ... Russell Glover, Howes. Walts, WatLs. Hi be mm, Wilson. Westchester, Ferris. Alfred, Cheever. Osceola, Childs. E T" Clifton, lugersoll. St. Cloud. Emerson. Louisville, Allen. New York, Niven. Sobieskie, Emerson. Warsaw, Griffiths. Oswego, Wooa. Ocean, Willard. '?.?. Talbot, Storey. N.Hampshire, Harding. Pauthea, Goodmanson. Robert Isaacs, T rue man. Vinfiuia, Eaton. Europe, Batcheldor. S. Jenkins, Seymour. A free passage from the different ports, of Ireland and Scot land, can also be secured, and drafts furniehad for any amount, { ayable at the National and Provincial Brr.ks of Ireland and I heir respective branches, and also ou Messrs. J. It W. Robinson, Liverpool, which are paid fret any charge, throughout he United Kingdom. For further particulars triply to JOHN HERD MAN, 81 Soolh street or J. It W. ROBINSON. 16 Ooree Piasut.and suit No. 1 Neptune st. Waterloo Dock. Liverpool. m m m m j-ACfGiTS F^^MARSEILLEb?1 he undermentioned ships will be legularly dispatched from hence and from Marseilles on the 1st of each month dnnng the year, thus? From New York. Marseilles. MINERVA. Capt Brown, Not I. Jan 1 H'RY THOMPSON, Cap Sylvester, Dec 1. Feb 1 COURIER, Capt Dugan, Jan I. Marl TRE8C0TT, ''"I* Lawrence, Feb 1. Apl 1 HELLESPONT, Capt Adams, Mar 1. Flay 1 rmtlOLANUS. Can Haile. Aid 1. Juu I They are all cupptrea and copper fastened,and hare excellent accommodations fur passengersThe price uf cabin passage will be $100, exclusive of w.nea and liquors. Goods addressed to BOYD k HINCKEN, the a gents, will be forwarded free of other charges than these actually paid. For freight or passage apply to O. BROOM k CO.. or to olir BOYD fc H1NCKE.V, Agents NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS. To ailfrom New York on the 25th aud Liverpool on the 13th uf each man/A. Ml m. ^^From Ntw Voax Ship OARRICK, Captain Wm. Hkiddy. 25th October. Ship HI ISC III 8, Captain John Collins, 25th November. Ship SIDDONS. Caniain E. B. Cobb, 25lh December. Ship SHERIDAN, Captain F. A. Depcyster, 25th January. From Livearoei.. Ship 81DDONS, Captain E. B. Cobb, 13th October. Ship SHERIDAN, Captain F. A. Depeyster, 13th Novem'r. Ship (JAKIUCK, Captain Wm. Hkiddy, 13th December. Ship AOSCIUS, Captain John Collins, 13th January These ships arc all ot the first class, upwards ol 1000 lous, bnilt in the city of New York, with sack improvements as combine great speed with unusual comfort for jtassengera. Every care hai been taken in the arrangement of their accommodations. The price of passage hence is $100, for which ample stores will be provided. These ships are qsmmaiuled by experienced masters, who will make every exertion to give genera! satisfaction Neither the captains or owuers of the ships will be responsible for at y letters, parcels or packages sent by them, unless regular b- lis of lading are signed therefor. For ireight or passage, apply to E. K. COLLINS 4t CO., 50 South at., New York, or to WM. k JAS. BROWN k CO., Liverpool. Lett? rs hy the packets will be el arged 12*4 cents per single sheer: 5o cents per ounce, and newspapers I ceut each. ol FOR LONDON?racaet ol 20th N v._The bJflpjfV'r'eodi I fast nailing packet ship HENDlllCH HUu Cart Morgaii, will Mil punctually as above, her day, anil having accommodations for cabin, second I cabin and steerage passengers, supr'inr 10 anv other packet those wishing to secure births should makessrfy application to w , . W.k J. T. TArBCOTT, ! 42 Peck slip, or j2 South street, corner Jones* lane. I Persons wishing to seLd lor their friends can have them | brought out in this ship or any of the line, to reasonable to ins. i and draMt for any amouut pay able on demand without discount i can alto be ontatn?d on application as shorn. n'2r | d&fiL DB^ACK BALL, or Old Line LiVllRPOOL wMV"ackeu.?The only Regular Liner that sails on the Noy.--l he remarkable fast sailing favorite packh^n^, ^ OR Til AMKKlCA, Captain Alfred B. Lowber, will sell positively on Saturday, the !9th of November, her regular day. The accommodations ol this line for cabin, 2d cabin and steerage passengers, are unsurpassed by any other line or ship loadlutr Jor the above port. For term* of mini, and to aeeor* lh? beat berth,, early application ?!>onld be mad. onboard, foot of Bcekman afreet, or to the anbicribcia, ' ROCHE BROTHER* It CO.. ? ' MFnllon ?. n-?l door to Ih.. Fulton Bank BOYD k IliNCKEN, pH i No. 9 foir.iiie Buildings. r FOR MAR? ?lLLiiA--Thf sbip IIKV !$?3y,JY.T,i0>IP?ONVSvlTr?ffr' will sail on jsKth. ut 10 ' f To* tine fl'iililtnaa. PREMIUM IIOSK FOR CROTON" WATER?Madi from cauraaa, core red with duck, being preurred in oat own .uperior manner, with India Rubber; ia perfectly water tight a.ider the great preaame; ia clear, and ia the beat India Rubber Iloae extaat, Alan lor tale, ihe newly invented Hemp Hone, on account of and at the manufacture r'a lowrat price., in nuantiliei to amt. HORACE H. DAY, Snereuorto Roxbury India Kabb?r Company, , ifod *r 45 Maiden Lane. FOR LONDON?Packet rl 20th Nox.?The aplei.(Mv^did, f?' aatling, packet ?h,p MKNDRK K HUDjHBNfc'aON, Captain Morran, will aail punctually aaaboTe her ivgular dayt and hat rery sUfierior accommodations for cabin, ae< <md cabin, and ateerage paatengera. at reaaonabla ratei, if early application be made to W. A J. T. TAPSCOTT, (3 Teck Slip, or 51 South it, cor Jonei' Lane, Tcnona wishing to tend fbr their Irienda, ran have them brought out in this ship, or any of the regular line, on reaaonable terms. Drafts lor any amount payable ondsmaii.t, without discount, on all parts ol England, Ireland, Scotland and Waive, can alec be obtained oa application aa above. n!6r ???*- ^OR-L()TbD(JM.?Regular packet ol the 20th of h&JCTW. Novemlifr?The splendid faet aatling packet shin MlUMfaHKNDHKJK HUDSON, Captain Morgan, will aau na nDuif, her regular day. For .-mage in cabin, iccond cabin, and atcrrage, having ap|..?did accommodation., McMUKKAy 100 Pine at., cor South. The above will be succeeded by the packrtenip ONTARIO, ('apt. Bradiah. wtiicii will tail on the let December. IYr?ons wi hing to tend foi their friends rending in the old country, < an hive them brought out by either of the abore ahipa, or any ol the regular pae.keta, by applying aa above ; if by letter, poet j paid. u!5 ec ? E NE NEW NEW JERSEY KAILK.OAD AND^TRANSPORTATiON COMPANY. NEW YORK AND NEWARK. hntw of Caurtluiilt itraet, N?-w York. (E?erv day?Suuday m?k cpud.) i.eaves mew lorn Li jn-s .>c*?k vt 9 A. >1. At I P. M. At 7,N A. M. At IX PI' S do t do. 8 do. 3.N do. ?X do. 9 do. 0 do. 7 do. II 19 do. ON SUNDAYS. Fiom the foot ol Coarllandt street. Leave S? w York, Leave Newark. At 9 A. M. and <X P. M. At IX P. M. and 10 P. M. NEW YOKK, ELIZABETH TOWN, Leave New York. Leave Elizabeth Town. 9 A.M. 7 A.M. 2 P.M. 8H A..M. ?V " 1?X A. M. *? P. M. IX M. 3 P. M. 9X " The trains for Wealfield. PlainAehl. Boaudbrook, Somerville, Sic., conuecc Willi the 9 A M, 2 and IX P M trains Iroin Ne w Yoik, daily, Sundays evceplcd. Fare bet wren New York and Elizabeth Town 36 cenu. Fare beiweru do and Somerville, 76 cent*. NEW YOKK. HAHWAY AND NEW BRUNSWICK. Fare reduced. From the foot of Liberty Mreet, daily. Leave New York. Leave New Bruuawick. At 9 A. M. At 6X A. M. 3L' P. M. 7X " tX " Itx? " 9 P. M. On Sundava rhe 5X and 7X A.M. tripe frwin New Bruuawick end 2X P. M. train I'rcm New York, are .mitted. Fate between New York and New Bruuawick, T6 cent .. Hahway, 60 cents 1 he fate iu the 6X and 7X A. M. traiu from New Bruuawick. and 2\ and IV t. M. train from New Yoik, haa been re kneed. New York and New Bruuawick, to 60 cenu. " and R.ihw.iy to 37X " Passengers who procure their tickets at the ticket office, re reive a ferry ticket Kratia. Tickets are received by the cou factor only on the day when purchaaed. an 11 3n.? WINTER AKR/NOEMENT. N E^^ullKSRSS"1 N K DIRECT. Via Newark, New Brunswick, Princeton, Trenton, Borden town and Buriiintton. THROUGH IN SIX HOURS. Leave New York, Iron the foot of Libeily street, daily, at 9 A M aid 4X P M. The morning Line juoceeda to Bordemown, from thence by steamuuat 10 rriuaueipma. Th? Evening Line proceeds direct to CamdtD, (opposite Philadelphia) without change of cars Pisseugsrs will procure tneir tickets at the office foot ol Liberty street, where a commodious steamboat will be iu readiMM. witli Him crates on board. Philadelphia baggage crates aic conveyed from city to cite, eithout being opened by the way. E?ch train it provided with a Ladies Car, in which are apattmeuu and dressing rooms expressly for thy Ladies use. Returning, the lines leare Philadelphia from the foat of Cliestuul street by railroad from Camden, at 9 o'clock A M.and i o'clock, P M. The Luiea for Baltimore, leave Philadelphia at 7 A M, snd 4 P M, being a continuation ot the lines from New York. s28 3m * r FA"RE AND FREIGHT REDUCED REGULAR MA IC LINK kUK rltO VIDti. \CE AND BOSTON, via STONlNGTON AND NEWPORT, composed of the following supeiur atcainers, running iu connection with the StoninKtou aud P? vidt uce, and Boston and Providence Railroads? MASSACHUSETTS, Captain Comstock. RHODE ISLAND, Cartatn Th.iver. NARRAOANSEl'T, Captain Woolsey. MOHEGAN, Captain VauderDilt. One of which will leave New York daily, (Sundays excepted) from Pier No. I, North River, Battery Place, at four o'clock, P.M. AananacMtnTt. The RHODE ISLAND, on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, for Stoninutnn. The MASSACHUSETTS, on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, lor Stonmgton. Passengers on liie arrival of the steamers at Stouington, I may take the Railroad Can and proceed immediately to Provi deuce and Boston. Freight taken at the following much reduced rates >? To Boston, on goods weighing forty pounds or upwards to he cubic foot, at SI TV per tou, and on measurement goods 7 cents per fool. To Providence, on measurement goods 3 cents per cubic rnot, and specific articles as per tarif to be oblaiued at office 22 B'nadwav. myXI (m*i BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN KOVAL MAIL STEAM SHIPS, Of 1200 tans and 410 horse ixiwer each. Under contract with the Lords of the Admiralty. BRITANNIA, J. Hewitt, Commander. CALEDONIA, E. O. Lott, do AC ALMA, A. Kyrie do COLUMBIA, E. C. Miller, KN do Will Mil from Boston, via Halifax. . r*oii uvxaeoos.. raox not-row. Britannia, Hewitt, Oct 4 Nov l Caledonia, Lott, Oct 19 Nov IS Acadia, Ryne, Nov 4 Dec 1 Colombia, Miller, Nor 19 Dec 17 Britannia, Hewitt, Drc 4 Jan I Passage Money?From Boston to Liverpool, $135? Boston to Halifax $?0. These ships carry experienced surgeons. No Berths seenred antil pud for. Notc.?Merchandixe and Specie (except for personal ex Knses) shipped under the name of luggage will be charged as lignt, and liable to Custom House Regulations. Apply to o5y r D. BR1GHAM, JR., No. 3 Wallet. MM FALL AND WINTER ARKANGKJf* MENT.?The steamboat Rockland, will, ^EneaiBLaJK? OB ami after M ouilay, the 31st of October, run as follows : leaving Middletown Point (tide and weather per mitling) at 9 o'clock, and Keyport at 10 o'clock, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Returning, leave the foot of Robin on street, New Yoik, every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 13 o'clock, noon, tonchiug at Beguiu's Dock each way. Stages will be in rvadinese to convey passengers to any part of the country. All baggage at the risk of the owners. o23 2m* ec FOR CHICAGO. LAST TRIP OF ANY STEAMER FOR UPPER LAKES THIS SEASON. jiMft /jM GREAT WESTERN, Captain A. Walker, , Trt-V? . Jo will leave Buffalo for Chicago ouFriday.Nov 3??*BC3L.18th. immediately alter the arrival oi the Eastern Train of Cars and the Packets The Great Western willtoucn at all the ports accessible on Lakes Erie and Michigan, usually vtsi ed by boats on the Upper Lake trade. This route will afford passengers going south an opimr'unity of viewing the most important places cu Lakes Erie, Detruit River Lake Saint Clair, Lake Huron. Straits of Macbiiiiw and Lake Michigan, thence to Chicago?Krom thence the traveller takes passage in a first rate line of four horse postcoaclies to Lockpi rt, JuTiett, O.lawa, and Pern; and by steam boat to Peona, Alton and Saint Louis, and from 'hence to New Orleans. The whole time occupied in travelling from Buffalo to New Orleans will nor exceed thirteen days. For freight or passage >pply ? tie captain on hoard, or to n8t"Pr MESSRS. OILSTO k EVANS. Buffalo. STATEN ISLAND FERRY. Foot of Whitehall street. The steam boats STATEN ISLANDER and SAMSON will leave New York and Staten Island as follows'? NEW YORK. STATEN ISLAND. 9 IV 11 10 g 1 All goods lupp?<l are required to be particularly marked, and are at the riak of the owuert 'hereof. oj r NEWARK AM) NEW YOfcK^Far'e J?Oulv ItH cent*.?The splendid anil coinmodi 3Cn3CeLoui ateamer PASSAIC, Capt. John Oaffy, being completely and elegantly refitted, commenced her regn>r triia for the aeaaou on Thnradav, ylarch 10?leafing aa follows ? Koot of Barclay at. New York, at 10'{ o'clock, A.M., and 3,la o'clock. P. M. Centre wharf, Newark, at (o'clock, A. M. and 1 o'clock, P.M., Sundays incleded. IT?" Freight of erery description carried at reduced pricee. ol Im'r ^ REGULAR Line for CATTSK1LL, wnhcV. . not to* bareea? The new Ot futaiiling ?teamjLmJiUk.bait WAVE, Captain Vand<-rhilt, trill leare trie ateamhoat nier foot of Rohinaon at, on Monday, the 7th itial. at 4 o'clock, P. M. for Cattakill, stopping at all the inter mediate laiidinga?Fare toCadwrll'a, centa?to Cattakill, SO renta?Berth 2S centa?S'tpper 25 centa. Freight taken at reduced prices from the different landings. For further particulari inquire of the ra tain on boaid. Regular daya from New Fork, Monday a, Wednesday a and Fridiva. rSr USTAHi) FACTORY?J COOBWKLL haa removed from 1 It Allen to 117 Rooarvelt afreet, aecond atory of atore occupied by Mr. W. Prentiaa. coffee and apiee dealer, where he ta prepared to furnish the article at abort notiee and liberal credit, put up in any at vie. H< tela Old I trollies supplied with an elegant article. Alio, country mustard. ? "20 1m* r AYAGA7.INE8 St PERIODICALS FDR NOVEMBER. m At tut, (jodry s LadieiBook, unhim .>i i^azmr, L.a'he? World #fKashion,Yuun? Peoples' Book Boston and Bentley's Miscellany. fcc ; Farm Hnuse of the XIX century, with more than 2000 ciniraviiigs ; Biblical Journal and Christian Family Magazine, edited bv he He*. II. H >i)d and D. .Newrll ; Temperance and "Cher Altnanew : the Rainbow and Kadirnt, a new humorous and witty journal, well calculated to please the h*e|i and gay. Allot which will be told at wholesale and retail, and rhose who buy to acll again at a lower rate titan can be obtained elaewhere. N. B.?Fifty agenti wanted to circulate magazines. periodi caU. fce. A. J. SEXTON, Na. 11 Br ekman, "5 Imr corner Nassan. TITELLINGTON A. CARTER, Wine Commiaaion Merchant, No. J New at reel, one door from Wall atreet, has on hind, and is daily receiviag, choice arnclea, and offers thern at moderate prices, for earn or city accei taucea. He oners for sale 100 hhda and smaller packages ofLomeline Madeira Wine 10 Ciuki M%lm?ey VmUge. of 1S12 21 cask* Port, pure )uice, the beat in the tn .rket, 47 caaka Brown, (Jold and other superior Sherries, 21 Caaka Hrnessey, tieignette and Otard Biandy from London D >cka, 10 pipes Holland Oio, part Swaa brand. K?fined Loaf, Lump, and Crushed Hugars from ike h??t He fineries, for which W. A. Carter is ajenu 150 baskets Champagne, Anchor, and otherehoiee brands W. A. Carter is also general agral for the ancient house of l.onn line of Madeira, and takes orders for their celebrated Wines, of every age or quality required. MAftBLE TILES. STEEL, TEPPER, CLOVES, ke. 3000 Italian Marble Tiles, white and bine. 20 bagi Sumatra Pepper. 15 bags rral Bourbon Clo*ea. 50 kegs imported White Lard in Oil. 25 Irosea Milan Slet I in small ban. Also an assortment of Tnpta, Aqua Marine, and oilier precious Slotica lor lewellcn. o24 lm"r GN.< M!\|I SPICES AMII ()(IFF if. AT THE HOPE MILLS, 14 Marketfleld atreet, between Broad and Whitehall, late 287 Elizabeth street, New York. Office ISO Frontal. Constantly on hand, at the lowest market prices, and m the usual variery of packages. s27 3mam W YO YORK. THURSDAY MO 9KLLIN(? OKI* AT WALKYK S.-StO prladles Hunch gaiters, French and satin shpi>ers and busknu, too (it line calf litchul loon, S3 to (3 50 l>er pair, 300 pr c-lt" and tine pegged boon, from %i to 1 35 and $2 50 |>er pair, 200 pr ol boy'? coarse and lint boou, Iroin $1 to $3 aud $2 50 tyr pair, 53C pair children's do from 3* to 5s per pair, 500 pr ladies and misses boots, shoes sad buskins, from 4s to 6s and $1 per pr, 80o pr of gents water proof b-rots, uioccutus, indis rabbins in abimd :iict, nu n's coarse Slid line boots of all sorts and sizes. from (1 74 to |2, all warranted. All the above good* 40 per cL the cnramst in the city. Call and aee for yourselves, Canal st, corner of Broadway, at oU 1 in*ec J. 8. WALKKUS. LINTON CHEAP Boot auil Shue Market. 400 Ureeuwich, corner Spring ?t, is the only place where cau b* found doou and shoes to suit the limes. A1J those who wear boots and shoes will do well to give a c ail. Ladies and Mi'sses buskins frotn 3, 4, 6, 7 and 8 shillings per pair; item le mens' bo ?u from Ushilliugs to $4 |?er pair-boys' Ouots from 8 dulliu^s to $340 per pair. All who wish to aari 30 ocr c ut will itive a call at the Clinton Cheap Boot and ahst Market, 400 U.eenwich corner Spriug street o'34 lm*r LADILV BOOTS AND SHOES?Lock wood. Wl Broadway, keep'a flue assortment of ladies' and children* ooets and shoes, of the latest Ainericau and European lasluons. Orders rtceived by the dozen Iroin places of fashionable resort ol6eod*r 7~ * GYMNASruX SPARRING SCHOOL ic. PISTOL GALLLRY. YIKSSHS. HUDSON U OTTIUNON n-.UMUiullv inform a** the gentlemen ol New York, that their c ztemive rooms at the corner ol' Broadway and Clumber* street, lor Sparring, Gymnastics and Pistol practice, are uow opeu for the season. Numerous improvements and additioua have been lately made ? the Oymuasiuin, which will now be found in every respect eneaideie and equal U) any other in the couutrv for athletic ex erne*. narrin* taught on the most approved principles. Gentlemen visiting the Pistol Gallery will be supplied with Pistols of IHJMHH quality. Terms moderate. Geulleinru ore invited to call *t any nine diriug llie dav old lin*r BAKERY, 40 Lispeutrd street.?The suoscribei respeeilully inlortns his old friend* and customers .h it h h is resumed Insold business ol baking. and will be thaniiful for their favors. liaviug taken the slaud formerly occupied by G. W. MIL1.: It, 40 Llspeuaid street, so celebrited I M |Oui cake, and the subscriber bavins carried ou the business s number ol years at the well known Knickerbocker Bakery, No. M William St., a favorite resort for good crackers and biscuits?he thinks he has uot forgotten how to please the taste ol the public. JAMES TOMPSON. N.B.?Always on hand, fruit cake of all kinds aud prices? wedding cake of all sizes?pound case and sponge cake of all sizes?rusk, tea biscuit aud bread every alleinuou?biscuit and crackers fresh every morning. osO lm*r U/ATCHES LOWE 11 THAN EVEK.-lu consequence v' of the ledaction ol duties hy the late uritf, tie suuscriber is selling hisstpek of Gold and silver Levers, Anchor Escapement Lepinr, and other Watches, ol new aud spleudid patterns, and Jewelry, a', retail, at a considerable reduction from lormer prices, being much lower thai, drm ran ha sonant for at auy other place in the city. Gold W it cite* a* low as 20 to 26 dollars each. Watches aud Jewel) y exch.raged or bought. All Watches warrant d to keep good time or the tnouey returned. Watches aud Clocks repaired in the best manner and warranted,at much less than the u*u d prices. U. C. ALLKN, Importer of W ttches and Jewelry, Oi2 lui*n? Wholesale and Ket.iiI, jo Wall si., up stairs (FRENCH AHTa IKICIAL FtoWtflRS a mate i l for Ilor xuts?B .vUNLAKOSlt.HK It COUKT, lr? William st., successors ci BruuU Kosiere It Co hare just received by l!n Havre Jackets Baltimore and Ville dc Lyou, a large assortment ol fashionable llowers, of the latest i'amau style. Mourning Flowers a la Duchesse D'rJrltau*, Cords aud lVaeis, and a great variety of new lancy articles of toilet for parties aud balls. The .No. i:o William ureal U the true fad dniv (Uputll wossuperior articles ir,.in their manufactory Hue de Tracy, So. 6 a f'ans. u2 lin*r COAL?CUAL-COAL.? l'nose who have not purchased then coil lor tho mmoa wuilddeeiil tuCAllil tue lout oi U ivtr street, l?i&t Kiver. the boats Maliauou and Six Brothers will oe dischdrgiug.on Thursday and Friday, a superior article of large nut com, clean, aud li e lrotn ml impurities, at $J per ton, anu stovi-s z* , grey i.h Peach uiou riaiu, warranted urvi-r to cnuker in auy stove, $6, delivered free of cartage, and weighed by a city weigher. i\ru61 Uhvtrsreei. _nlbJi*r BKADBttOoKS.362 fearl t. FENCING SALOON to fcliOOTING GALLERY. KiUJnlLti, 41J Broadway, entrance in Ltspenard street, second door, latety lrotn klurojie, Professor of the art ol Fenciug, fives instructions in Fencing ; also in ihe use oi the straight jerooked, uud lurkuh sword, hunting kuifc, musket and bayonet, stall, and every specie* ol Weapons. Ciriirlfinen .h>V?*rs rtflh.- -rt .r.f ...... - ...i. navy, tic. are respectfully invited to call and witness an c?aibiliou of hi* skill lu tin* useiul and important art. A spacious double bliouUuii (Jalleiy, illuminate.I in ine evcuiui;, will alto be found Willi (ulterior Swiss pistols?snoot lua at .1 distance ol ii)U yar ls sh?ini*r JOSklPH fALMlKKI'd gentle nun's hair uiun* auu dressI UK vaiabliahu eui, No, 3 Juhu stieet, lormeriyNo. S V-tos House.?J Paluiu n respcclluliv lulo.ins Ins luriuer pal <.us auil Irieuds, and the i ublic lu general, trial tic h si filled up the above |uemises iu handsome style, lor the p"rpost of csir> in* on me Hair CulIIuK aud Uiessiiu business in all its urauches Alius magazine may be louud every varuly of arlicl>-s suitable for a gentleman's toilet, 10 which he invites tile public lo call aud examine. ulojl'm CRUTuN vvatlTKT Hanson, wilcock h hanoon, piumben, lira*. Kouuderi, and Coppersmiths, next door lo the Tabernacle, No 3'iti Uioadway, Ac* Vo>k Kroin long piaclical experience iu business in this'and other cities possessing Water Works, H W. it 11. have confidence la thus assuring the public, that all o.ders ccliusted tolliem will be promptly executed, with a view to |iennaucutsatisfaction,in a wo.Uiasuiike style, aud of the best male Hals. Their charges w ul always beas moderate as can be reasonably alfored by any competent and respectable couceru. Water pipes of every approved description, for intrndnciiui the Crotou Water, l ateut lead pipes, ca?t iron, composition aud tinned pipes. oris. cock* and water closets, of their own superior manulaciure. Hydra its of Carolina red cedar,bathing tubs, bath boilers on the best Philadelphia plan, aud other articles pg the lorcgjiug branches of buaiuess. olS Im*r SEGAR3?SEGARS. THE following choice Segara are always on hand at HEN1 RICHES'S HAVANA AND PRINCIPE SEOAR STORK, wholesale and retail, basement 41 William st. Rioudas, in half and quarter boxes Do. No. ', half aud quarter boxes Noriegas, in quarter and eighth do Para ltegalos, in quarter do Regalias, of a superior quality, in M, R and MOth boxes Cougresas, lu quarter boxes Trabucas, do do La Norma, do do La Ksperaura, do do Tres Ainigos. in cartons of 20 each Loudon Regalias, iji cartons of 40 each La Pruela, in quarter boxes [viisgau's spotted, in quarter boxes Paneiilta'a, do. of superior quality Vugenendid, do Demoyaa, do Mataos, do Principes, of the Rendon, Crux and Sans, all aat. to deb. Primaveras, in quarter boxes Alrauias do Coustantiaa, do Buslamentaa, do Esmero Regalias, do Imperial do, inqnarte oxes. a superior article. N. B.?Hotels and grocers piled on reasonable terms. _ oil Imb P RANiTE?The Staten Island Granite Quarry being now U in full operation, will supply Urauite of anv dimensions, either cut or rough. Building stones either for block of rouble work, ashler, sills, and lintels, steps and platforms, will be delivered alshoricst notice, Kentledge for ships, and shingle ballast or smaller stones will be delivered on board any vessel in N'wYork harbor at tne lowest rales. Vessels can load with great dispatch at the wharf on Staten in good order, the cars are laden and brought abreaat of the hipping. No danger from ice duiing the winter n ontha. t or further information apply to LEWIS GIBSON, Agent, At the Granite Wharf, Statrn Island, or to the Office of the Company, 100 Pineat.rorof South, up stain o2g r H. K OLOVKB. Pre.ainent. LONDON AND MANCHESTER INDIA HUBM2R GOODS WHOLKSALKANDHETAIL.No. I Wall street. Th auhacnber haa received and nlferi for tale a large assort* meut o( imported India Rubber Water Proof Uooda, via: Coals and Capea, ofauperior Lama, Caahnare Laina, Persian, Merino and Cotton, of all colors and sizes. Cloth?ludia Rubber, Water Prool, super Lama, Lama Persian and Cotton, prepared for t ilort. India Rubber Webbings lor suspenders, corsets, be. latm'i CHAS. ABRAHAMSON. CHEAP KASMlO 1ABLE TAILORING, a! log street.?Where does the money come from that sopporta the rxiiemive Tailoring Establishments scattered over the city? Can it come Irom any place but the . ockets of theircustomrra7 A' the above number it is otlievi d gentlemen c in fiod sn esti blishineui conducted on tne stiiclrsi principles of economy ,and garment* made in a style of tlegsDC' ami durability uusurpassed by any house iu the eiijr. Tin-prices charged are? For tlreae Coats, of the best West of Ei,gland Cloths. I I >e 2B Wool dyed West of England Caeainieie pants i to I Vests of cashmere, satin, silk or cloth, to i Superfine Beaver ovvrcoata, $10 style, for IS lo 21 ureu maat .irj i irimineu, / 10 -j I'ants and Vests, IK to 2 JOHN MOFFAT. nl im'i take notice NKW A NT) GREAT INVENTION.?FRANCIS'S HIUHLV IMl'KOVED MANIFOLD WRITERS- ' By this womlerfnl iuTrniiou, a letter and dnplicate can be written in one oiwration, with mora ease oud f reefer fecility than ?>iiik'? latter with an ordinary pen anil ink. To the mercantile, professional, ami tratrlliuK t art of the jommuniiy, ihia tntly great inven'ton ia of infinite value, a* it laa great anviuj of time, trouble and ripenae. The principal idrantage to be derived from the manifold writer is, thala copy of any dor.nmcnt may he krpt withont any additional trouble to tile writer, and without any neoeasilf of nainu either an inkitarid or a pen. The instrument u?ed lor wrttinit u ,ji -unite point, cbnaeourntly it never wearv by n?e. For tianka, insurance oflleej, mercnanta, men of buaineaa generally. lawyer*, ponrma.tem, editor*, reporter*, public officer*, and all w ho may or. deairon* ol preferring co|Me? of the r Inter* do omenta, Itc. with an imin me saving 01 (nn?, and tiie aiisfacuea ol hi vnn an exact copy ol what they have written, Jiia will be fouud invaluable. Francis's Manifold Writer has now hern in ?nre> uful oP> r? two yean, do una which time the proprietor h s bad rh ideaanie of receiving the uufeigurd approbation of all whote pprObatiou it haa come nnder. At the lat- Fair of 'he American In,ututr the merits of ihe article Mere i lammed into by three of the most able chemists in the country, w no nronoo need it to ne a very ingem-as ane useitti minni'Cr, ann not name to change color by eiiKisitre to air, moisture. or chemical ineDti. Consequently a medal was awarded by he Institute. Tho proprietor haa lately made great improvements in thia article, 'the paper la ol the beat quality manufactured in the L mtcd States, being made for the manifold writer expressly to his order. The ruling of them, which haa for gome time been thought impossible, haa at length been brought to iwrlectiou for which a copyright haa been aeenred. The copying books are bound in a variety of forma and aigea, vary ing ia price from it cenu and upwarda. Sunoneis and Country merchanu in general will find it to their advantage to procure the article, as they meet with a ready aalo A liberal deduction made to those who bny by wholesale. Newspapers or migaimea throughout the country copying the aboveenrire without alteration or abridgement (including this nonce) and giving it twelve inatde insertions, shall receive a copy subject to their order by lending a p?|ier containing the advertisement to theoflice of the subscriber. LEW S K HANOI#, 03 William street, III corner Maiden Lane, New York. FLUTE AND GUITAR. MR PHILTPK. ERNST, Professor of the Flute, On iter, an patent Concertina beg- to snnouui a to his friends and imb he that he has insl published his new " Hondo Militaire" for tin guitar, which will be Inund well worthy the attention of the leamer 01 amateur, Imm its being well anaptcd to that instrument and calculated not only to please bat to afford instruction. I hisll.ndo, with several other pleasing piece* of his composition ''for the guitsr" are to 1* found at Sir. Ernst's residence 61 Canal street, where he contiaaes to give lesions on the above instruments Il3m*r RK f RNLNG, NOVEMBER 17 MUKKS! MUFFS'. MUFFS ' '.?The ?udden changea 10 the weather rende- it luiilipetulbly Decenary that the beauty and fashion of our city ahould .nail tlieinselTes of the treat inducement otfcied to guard aaaiuit the approaching inclement aeasoii. They axe new enabled to enjoy a promenade riming the coldest weather ry providing themselves with a line Mulf at the .tore of BARNETT it 8IMMOND8, _ 419 Broadway. /vii ur??ii|niou? m r ur? cleaned aau rrjmrraai reduced rau*? oJ2 lin#m KKAL BJfiNNKTT?5 MOHMON DIMJL08UHB8 " ?Th? KuUtcnberv will publish m lt? courec of the euaaiu* week, " Murinonivin E?po?rd; or, n Hulory of Joe Smith and the Latter Day Saiuta, by Gcu. J. C. BelMed." Theae highly intereaciui; and atlnun ling Hi t-loanrm cthibtt in thrir true colon the pfodigicy ami wtckedneaa ol? the Mormon le.tdera. U will be laaut-d in *>>od atyle. lu a llino. volume of upw rda of 3au pasta. Orden eapec'fullv aolicitrd. LELA.Nl) St WHlllNO. 0I6 Im'r BKAOBUKY. SODEN la Co. U7 Naaara it. MARTIN'S CASH TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT. 164 IVUliam Street, Corner of jinn Street, IS decidedly the cheajieat in the city. There ia elwaya ou hand a select atock of aeaannable gooda, purchased for caah, which will be made opto order in the atyle of make. li(, trimuiiud, lac., that haa given such genrial aatiafaelio* during the laal four yeaia, and at a positive savin* of 30 |iar cent. Gentlt-ounare re<iu?atcd to call and erauuue. Tlioae who famish til eir ownjcooda, can have them MADE AND TBIMMCD. Draaa Coala, made and trimmed,- f 00 to $ JO t'rock Coata, do do 8 00 to 9 M Pants aud VeaU, I 7J to J 00 Over Coata, 9 00 to 11 CO [T?~ Terms?Cash redelivery. ? 0I6 lm* e MICHAEL E. MARTIN REMOVAL. PHILLIPS' CASH TAILORING ESTABLISH ME NT, lirimn?"l ft ,rn 145 Broadwny 10 No. 7 Attoi Hnua ECONOMY IN GENTLEMEN'S DRESS. Garments of a moat Jrgant anil Kashisiiable kind ft a saving of 60 per cent for cash. 'PHE advertiser d< ms it unnecessary to resort tJ the hcek1 ueyed system of giving a list of nominal prices, presaming that lite length of tune lie lias been established, together with the estriisive patronage bestowed on him, wilt prove ? suin rient voucher for his ca|>abilitics. Porsea.inq the advantage of being connected with as retentive cloth establishment iu Eurape he confidently assets that he can furnish clothes which, on comparison, will lie found lower than any other house making up the beat descriptions of gtutlemrn'i dress. sU3m S. PHILLIPS. 7 As tor House. Bread way oMTAUKANT KKANCAIS, No. J N issan st. opposite Is the Custom House. J. UONNiiKD U f. DELAMOfTE hare the liouor to inform their hc.ju unlaiices and strangers generally, that they have enlarged their Breakfast and Dining Saloons.and have besides arrauced convenient rooms lor private parties, a id will psy particular attention to order* for Dinners and Suppers in private house*, which they will furnish at very moderate priest. They constantly have on hand? Brandy Preserve* of all kinds. Liuuora in ar?-at variety. Wines of 11 brand*. Oil of Olivet refun d. Oruvere Cheese. New Cb lei Cheese. Trutllrsand Mudiroouu. Fat Liver Mies. &c., fiic. o27 lro* r TO TilF AMA rfilfKS OF THE ACCORDION! SIUNOK L. MARTINI beg* to inform the public that he hat juat published hu Accord iou instruction, which ia divided it- two parts?the first for the Accordious without seuii? Pint s?the aecoml lor those with semklouts, both of which ire aiu, ly furnished with selected untie, and exercise* pro irressivety written, iu order that the amateur cant- .uly hav< entire command over tin; itutruniMit. SK1NOR MARTI.NI bcg? 1U0 to state that he has a larte collection t?f MBS. acute lor the A<o-rdioa, which he ititeud* to publishfchortfy, i; I arr.uu- lor that instrument any aoit ol music he should be required. The Higiior will be (h iiitrlul to all those who will favor linn it hi* residence,90 (Jaual street, wireie be Continues to give hit lessons. mlO hn*r DWlRHIf LMS, No. <34 Broadway offers for sale his new i mpoited stock of goods, w holesala sud retail. 1.?Of Kmbroiderie , camni*nced and finished piece* of various Wi jia; worsted, wool, -Utcluug and knitting aiik, beads, canvas, partem*, 6ic. 2.?la smith and lace wares, all sort* of silk and worsted sirinjcs, urru'-re, mmuiiQg.i, tassi-is, fringes, tuu every silicic in this line, Join in the moat fasliioiialilr taste. 3.?The ina?t copious an 1 splendid choice of artifici <1 flowers, Hoi.em the neatest work ami newest U?l?, bouquets, disdeins, Uc. 4.?Artie!, a of cos. iron of the most various descriptions, manufactured in the Roya| Iron e'otir.dary at Berlin 5.? Exquisite an 1 neat tigu es in bronze. ( ?A beautiful assortment of auperfine basket wares. 7.?A considerable and el gaiit choice of pressed an i painted piper, sheets of letter |N?iier, visit not cards, wafers, kc. 8.?An eleeaut and gre it stoie ot itic tinest porcelain 9.?A stdeudid assortment of the finest dressing artie'es,cases aud (vrftliaes. n38 lm*rr IMPORTANT D1S1.OVERT in Cainphine aud Chemical a Oil Lamps, w irrauted ro bum at one halt the espeuse of either oil t r it is.?The ditticullv which has heretofore esistnl in trimming Camphiue Letups is now entirely obviated, by means of a Moveable Cap and other important improvements which, upouinapectivu, will satisfy the public that they can now obtain a L.iinn sui>erior to any now in use?will bam without smoke or smell?produce an equal and steady litfht in ail directions, and regulated by a single screw movement. Also, an Improved Tailor's Lamp. Camphine, Chemical Oil, and spirits, manufactured upou an improved system, wholesale and retail, de livered i* any part of tne city, from the Old Established Stand ot UEORUE MICH ELL, o'9 Im"m 1 Catherine street. A/f ILLINARY ARTICLES, CLOAKS, fcc.-VlCTOf" RISE k CO., from Paris, respectfully mforin the ladies ofthis city, that the will open on the )th nisu. sSj Broadway, between White and Waliier streets, a splendid assortment ol Hats, Capotes, C'oaJrs, Pelerines, Caruails, fancy and street Dresses, Scans, Shawls, Veils, Feathers, Marabouts, kc., ol the Isiest Tni lashiun. Just received per ship Vifle de Lyon from Havre. Dress and Cloak making promptly ei ecu tad. ni lin'r UHUESTRIAN ACADEMY.?The subscribe? weald reLa spcclfally inform theLsdies and Oentlemen of New York and Brooklyn, that he has opened an Academy, (in that large and commouiout building formerly known a< tne Equestrian Exchauge or Cook's Ciicus, 408 Bowery, on Vanshall Cardan) for the instruction of ladies aud geuUeine.u in that healthlul ana necessary accomplishment, the act of horsemanship in all its hrstwho. Tks a?.r,. . n ...I _;?k o-~....... ,nj rooms, and every convenience for the comfort of pnpiU, anil the atrirtevt r?cas<l to respectability will be adhere! to. M'. U nw muJr arrangements with Mr. W. J. Davii, one of ffie oldest professors from Europe. to lake charge of the tame, and thmera hi mac If that the enterprise will meet with the approbation andencoouragemenl of a liberal public. Terma and i>aniculars may be aacertaincd on application a* above. The omnibm and can pau every Ave minntea daring the day. oMIm'rt W. D DIHBROW. Proprietor. IM'H H. BEUERH would respectfully call the attention of t'f tne trade generally, to hia Axilla system of cutting gar tnenta, it being one that can ascertain points with that degree ot accuracy which he believea haa never before been arrived at. The above ayatem can be Imd of my agent, Mr. J. Duboia, 211 Broadway, where at all times. the- ayatem with iuitructioni will be aiven. 1 aolicit a careful examination by the compear and impartial of the trade. _ o'2 ltn*m H. SEGKR. <?E?RANCI8'8 PATENT LIFE BOAT" ha. been teated P the past four yen re in actual sxrvice, and by ei|>eriment aa follow. Manned and thrown from the deck 01 a steamboat while under way ; dropped endwise from the stern of a 7f ; loaded to the gunwale with iron and atones, with the bottom atove in ; turned by toree upside down and resitting the efforts of 13 men to keep her so : upset by her passengers and rt calving them again inside and freeing herself from water ; bottom atove in by landing on a rocky shore and then rowed ontto sea; landing in a aurf, when all other boats swamped ; taking crew and passengers from a wreck in a storm at sua. with the bow km open ; leaving a sinking wreck full of puitQ(cri, with tire Ma breaking Irom mil to end , making way across a coral reef to a wreck anil MltflfV off 26 MM tigers, InW the ordinary boa aswunped ; thrown from the deck of a ahip endwise ami saving 2t persons ; aides and hows broken through and bottom stove in and rowed in deep water, lie. and finally blown up by a submarine esplosiou, aud then attain manned and rowed as before. JOSEPH FRANCIS, Office No. 7 Wall at, at Adams k Co.'t Express Office. 118 Imr DOCTOR ELLIOTT, OCULIST, AND OPTHALMIC SURGEON, Cnnfinei hit Practice to DISEASES OF THE EYE. Office 261 Broadway, corner of Warren street. n2 Imr ATR T I S T IN HAIR. MANUFACTURED FROM LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S HAIR. NOT less than two inches long, in one hundred different deaicua?Necklaces, Bracelets, Watch guards. Ear-rings, Flowers, Himra, Wigs aud Scalps. A C BARRY'S WIGS AND SCALPS. Still stand pre-eminent above all others. Their peculiar light, gossamer, and ?rntil stiuK character, their being shaped exactly as the natural hair grows; their elasticity and their superior material and workmanship, as well as their ttyle ot finish and ararraugetneut, all combine to form such perfect heads of hair, that they must lie seen to he fully appreciated. I'artlea having a niece ol hair ol a living or nrceaavi inena, can g*t it formed by him into any deaigri the mind can eoaceive. In ?nch a form it will b? a lieepaake iliTilnable. Gratnitoua advice jiiven ou all diacnaci connected with the htir, at the Hair Cnrtirnr Itnorna, 146 nROAPWAY, cor of Liberty afreet, jylJUin* lip Sr^ira. PORTABLE BLACKSVIITH'S FORMES.? The .unI irrbers, hcing th< idle Age la for the M mfir'nrrra of Concklila'a Patent I'nrlable Korge aad Bellnwe, hen leave to e ill 'be attrition of tile ou?lict?the ibore ar'icte. Thai tliey hive been called for and introduced in nearly all i>aru of the United Sutra, i?, we belirve a aulftcierit evidence of their uriluy ml convenience; being portable and compact a them lar the preference over the cominoa eocgc for Shipping if every deacriplion, lljil Roada, Canala, Plantitiona, Manu faeiorira iml all purpoaea for which the ordiniry Forge ia Thoie manufactured for the U.S. Nayy are Wrought Iron. We wonld rrfer ihoae wiihmg to purchaae to aonie few who can eeomrneud them from peraonal a* well a< general knowledge, via Coininodore Crane, Navy Yard, Portvmouth, N. H.; Meaara. Carr, Krim at Hainea, Poiladelphia. Hon. Oovcruier K'mb'e, Weat Point Fonudry, Cold Spring, N. Y. M?aar?. 8. B AltIivoar St Co. 443 Broadway, N. Y., and our citv blarkamitht sruerally. GAY fc TEBAULT, ill Jm*rc rnnur of Old slip and Water at. SHIRTS. SHIRTS msde after the litest and moat approved Krerirh patterns. Coots, i antaloons, veata, and all under garments, made to order at short notice and In the moat fashionable style. Gentlcmru's kemuhiutr Store, ?T and M Maiden Lane, New Yotk. tnm?r WM foi.i.ivi VAN NOKDEN'8 WRITING AND BOOK-KEEPING V ACADEMY IS now open, rtl Broadway, ina floor, lor the reception ol pupils, where all acquire Van Norden'a beauetfill system of penumanahip in a very short time, and write with ease, trace anil elegance. Mr. Van Norden is now prepared to five instruction in Book K.rp'ii* P|h)ii plans iiniref, new aid tlrietlv practical. During one month's instruction the jmpile eetnslly opes, balance aaIclose, praelically, from M to 30 set of books, Terns vrrv modeiate. Hours of iu?triictiou from 9 A. M. till 4 P. M , and from t> till 10 in the evening The l.adiei meet daily at 3 P. M. nl3 lm*r ijllll. M'f I, I'll IA DAtil ERHE-'I YlE ES I ABLIdHC MENT, Esebai.fa Buit llof Nos. X and T7.?Sidgl- Portraits Uksu, from breastpin uta to I inches in diameter. Earn ily r nnpsof from two to IJ persons en one rlate. Timv of sip ting 10 aanoi ds. i oiis ant'yon hand, and for rale, Inatm cuts of ihe same kind at used in the es'abliiliment ; also platei and all other utensils. W. It r JLAaNOtNHJtlM. nlO )?*r 1 E R A . 1842. Washington. | (Correipoiulence ol (he Herald.] Wasiu.noton, Ne.v. 14, 1842 Preparations for the uj'pioaching Sttttun uiui Prrtidait'i Mtttagt?Movement*?Politiciant, ifc. Washington MNd urn ;:i wide streets, and dotted irregularly with squads of brick houses here, and wooden buildings yonder,wnh the Capitol atoneeud of a long avenue, (or ol a macadamized road,) and the President's house, near die opposite terminus, presents year out, and year in, as few physical changes us can be louucl in uny otiier city. Vear round the hacks all look the same. Tne drivers ail act the same. The store-keepers an J citizens gtnerully all appear the same. Hut, however, monotonous tins political emporium may constantly api*ar in Us geographical position, and outward bearing, nevertheless, mighty revolutions, moral, political, financial, 6cc., are continually either maturing, or progressing within its precincts. To the latitudes and longitudes of the political world, Washiugton is the Creeuwicli, Meredian, by which all wise politicians, adjust uieir chronometers. The popular breeze whicti nas been fur sometime blowing overthe land, with an increasing force, till it became a |>erfect hurricane in New York, has driven a great many whig vessels high and dry on the land?others have been totally wrecked and many lives lost. It issaid the ship Kentucky, Capt. Clay, which sailed just betore the storm commenced, with all sails hoisted, has not since been heard from, and tears are entertained foi her safety. Many Captains of vessels, whose crafts sutfered damage m the late storm, have come on to ihis city to have their time keepers adjusted, several t.cvv compases, and others, entire ucw outfits ot sails. Captain Curtis, ol the Custom-house, is here, on important business, and has waited on Mr Webster and Mr. Forward, and paid his respects to the President. Political Captains of all sorts, heretofore s'eering in the opposition course, are ail taken a Hack by the late storm, and are beginning to trim tueirlaiujia anew. To shift sails, box the compass, ami intend hereafter to navigate in smoother water. As to the President?God bless the honest Koinan?it bus done me good to shake luni uy the hand to-day. 1 never saw linn look better, or in better spnits. lie now stands on a proud eminence, llis headers-olf-or-die" people are now heaUcU oil" and are dead?dead?dead. Tne deck is now cleur. The President has nearly ready a very uble message, in wmcn are embraced all the leauiiig and absorbing interests of the people of this great republic, fie will recommend u sound and judicious financial policy, lie will recommend tbe " ware housing system"?a measure fraugtil Willi so much unlay to Uie commercial pursuns of tbe country,and which has the cordialsupporl and approbation of all uie leading and intelligent mercantile men oi tne country. Tbe various annual reports t'r. m die heads of the Departments, will be Iu.l, compreb< naive, able and complete. Look out tor papers o! gr -ai ability Iroiu Mr. Spencer and Mr. Upshur. i'ne Cubtuct is as alile as uny selection can well be. Changes are epoaenol, but will not happen immediately. Air. Gushing may or may not supplant Mr forward. Mr Weubter will hold on till the -fill ol March next, when he will leave, and may possibly be followed by Joiiu C. S-peucer, ihe master politician and spirit of the age. They will go lo other posts, if they go at nil, leaving Uie ties that bind them to the President unbroken. It is said, it you go to Cincinnati, Onio, you will see a large fine bouse, costly buil , and wmch is to be superbly and costly (liusned and lurnisbed, und is to ne occupied suou by some one ol rank and milu-nee. c.verv bod V asks who it is lor! Who is tn- hi-in to occupy iti lint house is said to be the loitfiiut':! residence ol Gen. Cuss, on hu return to llIC Luilrd blult'S. it ia s nd, catching a sign from the times, he is a holier demount than ever, since he wrote a letter in favor i f G n. Harrison, the then whig candidate. It is said he inlands to plant his " Jacob's stall " in (he populous aud intlucntlal btate ol Ohio, close up6u the wesu ru border of Pennsylvania, ana that he intends to keep open house in Cincinnati, and invite all Ins fneuds, and some who are not, travelling north and south, east and west, through this great thoroughfare western ci'y, to stop and dine with him, and to taste <>1 li'u superior and choice selection of wines he is bringing over from France.? Who'll call on the General 1 Let's go and see him as soon as he us " at home.-' What say 1 Every body here wants Congress to convene,that is, all boarding house keepers, landlords ol hotels. hackmen and cabmen, ovstermen, and washerwomen, office seekers, and lobby agents, correspondents, and newsmongers?all, all who directly or indirectly, in any manner, form or shape, remotely or otherwise, receive crumbs from " Uncle barn's public crib," are as restless, uneasy and unhappy as a lot of children with hungry s omachs, watting lor the cook to get their purridge uady lor their supiier. Akhon. November 15, 1842. Colonel Dick Johnson held forth here on the evening of the 12th inst at the Apollo, to which place he was escorted by a band of mus e. He held forth to a respectable auditory, and " fought all his battles over again." Told dt Tip(>ecanoe?hut said nothing of Tecum?eh?or wh?n, how, or by whom he was killed. Mr. Wickliff, the Postmaster General, and Mr. Pope, M. C., from Kentucky, were present, end received a slice of compliments from the Colonel, who is strongly predisposed to be a candidate for the Presidency; but his stumping It, it is feared, will be labor lost. We have an important arrival in town. M M. Noah is at home at Miss P.'s, on Pennsylvania Avenue. What's in the wind now! Can any body tell 1 The members of Congress in town, that are known to be here, are Dawson, of Louisiana; Pope, of Kentucky. Many others are daily expected, and others may be loafering about, but unknown. Mr. Gushing has been here some days, but has left again for parts unknown to this deponent. Washington, the past summer, has been more or less unhealthy; fever and ague has fallen upon a good many citizens. It is hard to live in this place, surrounded as it is, with so poor a soil, and then be subject to disease?a disease, too, of the mo?i depressing, harrassing, and rascally order, whieh makes n man feel unfit to live, and still too laxy and unwilling to die. Bark and cold weaiher, how- j ever, are bringing the color back to many pallid faces. I do not see the strange disappearance 01 Mr. Pincknry from Annapolis, in Md., noticed in the papers. Mr. P. was the nephew of the celebrated Wm. Pinc.knev, the diplomatist, orator, As and at the time he left was President of the Farmer? Bank of Maryland. His beautiful and dialing)]';* md lady was Miss Deall, of Annapolis. She is mid to be an exceedingly amiable woman, but hasfor some time been sufl"*ririg the most intense agony of mind, on account of his mvsieriou? bsence He !> li home on the 7ih inst., to visit Washington, int- nd, ing to return immediately. Hut, the last tidings hud j of him, he was said to be on the steamboat at Alexandria. His pecuniary matters are represented to be in a very satisfactory state. He has been uniformly temperate, steady and affectionate in his family And hia being so suddenly niis?ing has caused the greatest anxiety in the minds of a numerous and highly respectable circle of friends. It 19 sulci mof colored servants, owneu in tne District, have absconded the past rummer 'han has ever been known in the Mm' period before?to make their condition much worse somewhere else, tor 'he winter, and probably some of them for life? for s'avery in ihe District is only nominal: the ne groes nre well treated, well fed and clothed, and nave o. ly moderate and light labor to perform It is .supposed some emmissariesot the Abolitionists have been tampering wall them and have succeeded in decoying off, or persuading off, numbers to des rt their masters at.d homes?to bitflet the cold neglect, and colder snows and frosts, of Canada. A company in Washington have purchased a steamboat celled the Osceola, from some pa'ty I believe in New York, an I intend to run her on 'he Potomnc,between this coy and Nor'olk, to connect with the Portsmouth railroad ; and expect by thia route to tecure a por ion ol southern travel, for which there already appears so much competition. They ray the voyage down the Potomac will be lens stormy and disagreeable than the Bay route. And besides, travellers can catch a glimpse at Mount Vernon us :hcv pass. Jesse Dow, it is said, lias a finger in this pie ulso. Adieu. Akron. UuliTlll?, Ky. [ forma pondenea of the Herald.] Loiti?vill*, Nov. 10,1842. Mmv/utridt H illi? Thtatru. Jamks Gordon Bcnnrtt :? i A new mania In- aeiz-'d upon our worthy citizena. In other cilice it hat longprevai ed as the ruling passion, and mur1 so in New Orleans than in any other city in the United Stale*. The mania has spread itself, and has at last reached our city, and to judge from present symptoms, may he of long duration, and it is hoped that our citoens may ? L1) ? ' . ? g^-' Prlca Two OtaU, receive the full effects of its bane ful influences. Maniuerade bails have always been held ignoble, tn<; unworthy respectable attendance in New Or leans ; yet, notwithstanding this, they ar% beginning to be sanctioned and cherished here, with the utmost loudness. Masqurade balls owe their first introduction to our very worthy citizen, Mr. Peter Pi|>pin. Since, the mask has been taken up by another noted and wealthy citizeu, who incurred great expense to make it a gorgeous atlair, and Urge numbers were invited, and owing to the short notice given, lew were prepared to go masked, as none others would be admitted. This injunction was expressly made known by being printed on the tickets of invitation; to procure a dress to muke their dt but, put ihern to . f great a dtfiiculty as O'Callahun on nis last legs experienced in endeavoring to procure a situation. Numbers of the BUeslH marls ?nlif?lir?n (ft lh? theatre to procure dresses, and same weie tortunale enough to fiud a few mean dresses scarcely suitable tor supernumeraries to appear on the stage; others m.ule application to some of the actors, whose wardrobe, with some exceptions, was in a more deplorable condition than that ot the theatre ; a lew were so fortunate to obtain dresses from Mr. Kirbv, of some re pectabiiily: one obtained from Mr. K his dress for Sir Giles Overreach, intending to appear as Sir Giles: he might with as much propriety have selected the character ofTom Thumb, lor he was as capable of carrying out the one as the other. The character of a top of the soai lock notoriety, would have been more suitably personified. Another procured the dress of Holla?his appearance was good, but totally incapable of supporting the character, he was as ignorant of it as any one possibly could be. Another went as Tom.King, the great friend ol Dick Turpin ; lie, Hi ubtless, tcarcely knew the character tie was dressed for, unless he had been toM by some one better informed on such matters than himself. Ther - was one in the room unwittingly perforating llamlet; lie strutted up and down the room as it in a towering rage, when, suddenly casting Ins ryio to hit feet, lie beheld that the I garter of lus stocking hud giveu Vaj* and h'* stock ing dangling ai nia neei,leaving ins leg "all Dare this wan ngiii enough, but he thought it wad out? t character, and immediately retired to repair the fault. A large crowd was collected outside, around the dror, watching the maskers ah they went from their carnages, or entered the house. l'he crowd were somewhat delighted u sec one masker most summarily ejected f rom the house. A number of enquiries were made na to the cause but no one could give any information. The guilty man, in disguise, returned home, and entered a handsome house on Main, ahovc Third street. It in rumored that Mrs. Rowdy will shortly give a masquerade ball. A Isn, that one will be given at the Jellerson House. Who cotnes next! The weather lias turned quite cold. The river is slightly falling ; there is a prospect ol a rise from above, hi. S. Connor and Mrs. tsefton will play lu re on Monduv night, the 14th. The introductory lectures at the Medical College have been well attended. The school this year will be large ; there is every indicaiion to justify the belief that this will be the inobt tlouriblung uibtitute in the West. 4 adkkpu. Boston. fConeipuudeucc of the Herald.] Boston, Nov. 15,1842. Election in (hit State?Scattering of Fur?Increaie of IVool?No choice by the People?Midame Cell sit J. G. Bknnktt, :? Dkak Sir? My communication to you of the 12th, prior to our election has b-*en fully realized, and I see no occasion to alter a figure, but to add more glorious news for our sterling democracy. The scattering voles have defeated Morton, (dem.) and left honest John as far from the gubernatorial chair, as the Fanner of Ashland is from the Presidency. Our Senate consists of forty members, the coons are certain of eleven members, and the democrats fourteen members, which will give the democrats a majority on the assembling of the Senate, and gives that party the President and Clerk of the Senate, there being no choice in the other countiea. As tne election ol uovernor goes to the Liegislature, no choice having heen made by the people, great exertions will be made on both sides to secure Representatives favorable to the election of one or the other of two candidates, Morton and Davis. At the present time 01 writing this, I believe the two parties have chosen an equal number of Representatives throughout the State, and Barnstable counties not heard from, f think Morton's chance is still good for an election by the House. In the ten Congressional districts of this State, only one of which we had in the last Congreas, the coons have succeeded only in two?Winthrop'sand J. Q. Adams's ? and had not the latter been supported by ihe abolitionists, he would have lost his election j as it is, his majority is leas than two hundred, ho mucn for heading the President of the United F:ates, and wasting the time of Congress in electioneering for a President three years before the election. Essex District, the residence of the Hon. Caleb Cnshing, and h-retofore the strongest hold of the Co ri', has given a glorious gain for Democracy of KXX) votes. Worcester County, the Oibraltar of Coonery, is among the things that were?it gives a gain of over 1000 for the Democracy. So mueh for free suffrage. The majority in this County for Harrison in 1840, was over 400d ; now their majority is just nothing at all. Madame Celeste had a most fashionable jam at the Tremont last night of the season. Boxes (for choice) were sold at auction?premium over ?800. Slitt |>ertorms again una evening?positively per I(iet appearance prior to her departure for Europe. "TRKMO.VT." A Shociito R*?th.?The Ohio Repository reports a most horriL!e affair On the mornlngof the 3d in?t. Mr. Valentino Weaver, a blacksmith, of Canal Djvor, Tuscarawas county, left that place in a buggv lor Mttuillou, aa he Paul to get 'ome money. In the evening the horse and buggy returned, wiih thedesd body of Mr. W. with a rope round hi* nock, an.l fattened to the axletree, much bruised. (lis pocket book and hat were found a short distance from town. Krom fecta Since d, clote l, it appearsproba ble that being unable to get mouey te pay a debt he owed, he did the act himseif. tic has lelt a family. Superior Court. Before Judge Tallmadge. Nov 16 ? Moot Ttylor ??. J hn Parktr ? An action on three promissory notes, made by defaudant, which plaintiff discounted. The defence was failure of consideration. Verdict was tor plaintiff. A. D. Logau for plain till; Gen Sanford for dalanca. County Court. Adjourned to Tuesday, TJd November. Common Pleas, Vacation till next Monday. titnsral Stsslons. Before Recorder Tallmadge and Judge Lynch. Jumps It. Whitito, Esq , District Attorney. Vr>v 1(1 -J tol.n W Walllnv . n... chant tailor of Newbtirgh, In thii Slate, wat tried for obtaining gooila under fal-e pretence*. It wu alleged that the Arm of Samuel M. Blatchford and Simpaon, corner of William atrect anil Maiden Lane, aold him cloth*, caaaimerea, Sic , valued at $644, on credit, on the 2ltt of March, |s40, tiy hi* Ulaely repreaenting that he owned a houau at Newburgh, and ether property valued at $10,000 eacluaiveof hia debt*. Mr. Blatchford atated that he aold the good. *elely on the above-named repreaentationa. It wa* alio proved by Moaea H. Nihol., who re*id*a at Sewburgh. and who waa engaged with Welling ? hi* *<"" * man for three yeata, th ?t in the latter part of February, I to. preaiotta to hia obtaining the above gooda from the llrin ol Blatchford fc Co., he made an inventor of Welling'* atock 'uring 111* abaence, Rnd ahotved it to him en hia return, for the ptirpone of ?atiafyfng him that he waa i mbarrtiaaed, nnd that if the atim of fSOQO could not be raiiert, Vic would prove intolveut. Thta ma<l* hi* liabilities eacced hia meant by about *|00. A aawmill teat In Pennay Ivani* ? ? included In hit ? '?. <! t wo lot. at the head of Water atreeh ' N"wburgh. Tha houaethatho had alleged belonged to him waa the pro pertvofbiafather-tu-iaw- m wu.v. ?u?. ??? Welling ltn'vi^ui to hit purchasing the goods from Blatchford k Co , witneaa adviied him nit to endaaror to obtain credit under hia preaent embarra??mont?; but ha replied that thedrrn waa rich, and would not feel the lota if he did not pay them. In the crom examination of thia witneaa, heatated that Mr. Fullerton, the aaaigneeol Welling, had nroaecutad him for a claim o between JITOO nnd $S00, to which clrim he had entered the plea of infancy. Thia claim waa for one-fifth of the good* of Welling that witneaa had purchaaed, amouuting altogether to about 51901. Thiaaum waito be paid in five p irta. the tirat in caah, aad the remainder at rarioua datea. Notea were | given, and the flrat two were paid. The lota at Newburgh witneaa eatimated at about $.100, which waa tho I price they were worth, over and aboae a mortgage that wna againat them, and he eatimated the anw-mi'l aeat at ISOO. The Mountain (lap farm waa laid out for one of t he citiea of ISM. but the witneaa conld not taetify that the (arm belonged to Welling. The Court here adjourned to 11 o'clock Thnreday morning.

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