Newspaper of The New York Herald, November 18, 1842, Page 5

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated November 18, 1842 Page 5
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TH mJfr I * roi. vui.~in. sou ? mrhoi* w?. THE NEW VORK HERALD?Jailyiiew?paj>er?pub luhed every day of the year except New Year i aay ana Fourth of July. Price 3 cent* i>cr cop}?or >7 30 per annum?postages paid?cash iu advance. THE WEEKLY HERALD-published every Saturday morning?price 6J cent* (>er copy, or $8 13 per annum? postages paid?cash in advance. ADVERTISERS are informed that the circulation of the Herald is over THIRT V THOUSAND, and increasing fast. II hat the largetl circulation of any paper in I kit city, or the world, and it therefore, the best channel for bueinett men in the city or country. Price* moderate?cash in advance. NEW YORK LANCET, published weekly, price 12$ cent* per single copy?8 cents by the quantity. The price of this valuable periodical has hitherto been too cheap, in comparison to its utility, intelligence, and workmanship. It has, therefore, been advance I to $5 per annum for one year?$3 lor a half year?or 13$ cents per ingle copy?cash in advance, and postages paid. REVOLUTIONARY RELICS, or Larraas addressed by distinguished men to George Clinton, formerly Governorof New York, during the revolution, and first pub. lished by permission of his grandson, Col. Beekman. A beautiful octavo edition in numbers?price 13$ cants each. THE ATHENEUM, & New Monthls Journal or American and Foreign Literature, Science, and the Fine Arts?Each number adorned with a beautiful en graving?price only 13$ cent* each. PRINTING ofall kinds, wxecnted at the moit moderate price*, and in the mott elegant style. JAMES GORDON BENNETT, PaoraitToa or ihi Herald Establishment, Northwest cornet of Fulton and Nassau streets. To Advertlur*, For the information of business men and of the public generally, and as a guide in the selection of the best channel for advertising, we place before our readers the following iactsj:? Ns* Yorr Herald' ) Sua Office, N. Y., \ Office, Nov. 1, IS4A J Aug. J#, IMi ) Messrs. Pkrsse A Brooks : Mr. H-Y Butler:? Ge!?tls:wf.n :? Sir .? Ph ase to deliver at the Please deliver at the Sun Herald Office, New York Office, N. Y., five hundred 750 reams per week of the r earns of paper per week, for small sized paper 53 X3i? six months Irom the 15th of for the Daily Herald. October, IS42, to be of this Also SO reams per week of quality, size and weight, the the large sized 3-1X4S for the same to be paid for in cosh Weekly Herald,for one year every two weeks, irom this date, to be of quali- M. Y. BEACH, ty equal to this specimen? I accept the above order, Payments to be made each and agree to furnish the pa ioeek in casli. in lull lor uiai per nccuruiuniY. week. ' H. V. dUTLER. JAMES O. BENNETT. Aug. 31,184J We accept the above or- Witness, M. 9. Beach derand will deliver it as directed. PERSCE Si BROOKS, No. 61 Liberty atreet. Jamei Rowk, |witneme,. Samuel Beman, ) By theae documenta it will be perceived that the cireu lotion of Ike New York Herald, ii nearly double that oj the New Yore Sum, and that it ia, consequently, ao much the more an eligible channel for all kinds of advertising and buainesa uoticea. Not a further wordjis necessary to satisfy",the public. JAMES Q. BENNETT Father Miller's Great Camp Meeting la now publiahed in a splendid EXTRA HERALD, in the quarto form, being a full account of each day's proceedings, for ten days, of the Second Advent believers, in Newark, including their sermona, songs, prayers, Sic., together with the sayings of the Rev. Mr. Brownlee against them ; illustrated with three beautiful engravings, a portrait of the Prophet, and several scenes on the camp ground. Price 6f cents per i- 1 ?1?lnAlr Atsl copy?or r cents uy numciuc. iiomw;. i?> vu>. Thia brochure exhibits human nature in a new, racy and original shape, far superior to all the flimsy fictions of Box. It is fact, more wonderful than fancy. TVf USTAllD FACTORY.?J COGSWELL has remold I'd from 114 Allen to 127 Roosevelt strrrt, second story of store occupied bv Mr. W. Prentiss, coffee and spice dealer, where he is prepared to famish the article at short notice and liberal credit, pat ap in any style. Hotels end families supplied with an elegant article. Also, country mustard. o2B Itn* r MAGAZINES k PERIODICALS FOR NOVEMBER. 1'1 Ailist, Godey's LadiesB >ok, Graham's Magazine, Ladies World af Fashion .You nit Peoples' Book, Boston and Bentley's Miscellany,lie \ Farm House of the XIX century, with more than 2000 engravings ; Biolical Journal and Christian Family Magazine, edited by he Rev. H. Rood and D. Newell ; Temperance and other Almanacs : the Rainbow and Radirnt, a new hum.irons and witty journal, well calculated to please the lively and gay. All of which will be sold at wholesale and retail, and those who buy to sell again at a lower rats thsu can be oblsiued elsewhere. N. B.?Fifty agents wanted to circulate magazines, periodi cats, Ike. A. J. SEXTON, Ne. II Beekman, ni Imr corner Nasssu. ELLINGTON A. CARTER, Wine and Commission Merchant, No. S New street, one door from Wall street, has on nana, auu 11 aatiy receiving, cnnice arricies, aua uuerm them at moderate prtcea, for ca.h or city acceptances. He offeta for sale ,, .... 100 hhds and smaller packages of Lomrltnc Madeira Wine 10 casks Malmsey Vintage, of 1012, 86 casks Port, pore jnice, the best in the in >rfcet, fl easks Brown, Gold and other superior Sherries, 21 ca?ks Henessey, heignelte aud Ourd Biandy from London D "Cks, 10 pipes Holland Gin, part Swan brand. Rt fined Loaf, Lamp, and Crashed Sugars, from the best Refineries, for which W. A. Carter is agent. 160 baskets Champagne, Anchor, and other choice brands. W A. Carter is also general agent for the ncient house of Lomelina. of Madeira, and lakes orders for their celebrated Wines, of ererv age or quality required. MARBLE TILLS. STEEL, PEPPER, CLOVES, kc. 3000 Italian Marble Tiles, whi:e and bine. 20 bags Sumatra Pepper. 16 bags real Bourbon Closes. I 60 ki gs imported White Lead in Oil. 26 hoies Milsn Ster I in small bars. AI so an assortment of Topss, Aqua Marine, and other orecion Stones for lewells ts. o?4 Im'i GROUND SPICES AND COFFEE AT THE HOPE MILLS, M Marketfield street, between Broad and Whitehall, late 267 Elizabeth street. New York. Office 120 Frontal. Constantly on hand, at the loweat markrt priors and in the usual earirrv of ?dc?se.s. s27 tin*in rpo FAMILIES OOI.NU SOU 1 H, to the West Indies or J- Europe ?A rrsiwctahle female, 24 years of sge. Wishes to obtain a iwrmantnr situation as seamstress, in a genteel lamily. Slie would preler going to Europe, yet woulJ accept ol i good offer to go South or to the West Indies. The best ol references gireo. Address A. A. A. bos 766, upper Post office, N. York. slOr Clli r-KAI a .hi..,.'. fill..I hniiii. I,?.n ^ ship Buldous, an., lor aaie bv nit K. K. COLLINS 8t CO . M Bnulh it. UqUESTKlAN ACADEMY.?The subscriber would re-Es sprctfully inform theLsiirs and llentlemeii of New York and Brooklyn, that lie hasopened an Academy, (in thai large and eoinmnuions building formerly known aa the Kajueitnan Kichangr or Cook's Ciicua, 40? Bowery, on Vanshall Garden) for the instruction of ladles and geiilleineu in that healihlul and neceaaary accomplishment. the act of horsemanship in all its brauchcs. The Acaormy is furnished with dressing an ' sitting rooms, and every convenience for the comfort ol pupils, anil Ihestncttwt ruosfil 10 respectability wall be adhered to. as' . U arrange mauls with Mr. W. J. Dans, one of (he oldest professors from Europe to take charge of the sauir, aud llawers niinself that the enterprise will ineet with the ai? pollution andenco?nragement of a liberal public. Trrms and particulars may be ascertained on application as above. The omnibus and cars pass every dee minutes da ring the day. i>'15 Jm re W. D DIHBROW. Proprietor I AdK rf. SEUKR8 would respectfully cull the attention of ' 1V1 tne trade generally, to hia Anils system ol suiting gar menu, it being one that can aacettain poinu with that degree ol accuracy which he bclierea haa never befoie been arrive J st. The above syalem can be had of my agent, Mr. J. Dnboia, 2(1 Brredwiy. where at all times, the system with instructions will he riven. I solirit a earelnl nomination by the compei>t and impartial of the trade. o't|in?m H. HKUKR. "CRANCIS'S PATENT LIEF. BOAT" he* been test, | " ihe past four years in actual sravicr, and by rsperim, nt as follows Manned and thrown from the deck o> a steamboat while nndsr way ; dropped endwise from the siern of a 74 ; loaded to the gunwale wiih iron and alonea, with the bottom atove in ; turned by lotce U|wide down and resisting ihe.fT its ,.i 15 men i.i keep tier so ; u,.set by her pa-iriigrrs uidrtceit ing thrtn again inaidc ind freeing hcnrirfrom water ; bottom atove in by landing on * roeky ah>rr ami th? n rowed out to aea; landing in a aurf, when all o her boat* awamped ; taking crew and paaaengera from a wreck in a alorm at aea. with the bow i.or 111 and plug* out ; b ardiug a wreck with the pott brl ken iijrn ; leaving a unking wreck full of paatengeia, with the tea breaking Irom cud to end ; making way aeroaa a coral m f to a wreck and bringing off Hi pasirngera, leaving the ordinate baa a ?namped ; thrown from the deck nf a ahip endwiae and tiring IS la-nnna ; a idea and bowa broken llirongh and bottom a tore la and rowed in deep water, &c. and iinall, blown npb,a aubmariuc eiploaion, and tlieu again manned and rowad as before. JOSEPH FHANt 19, Office No. 7 Wall at, at Adatna k Co.'a Ktpreaa Office, nl Itnr . DOCTOR ELLIOTT, OCULI8T~ AND OPTHALMIC SURGEON, Confinei lot Practice to DISEASES OF THE EYE. Office Ml Broadway, comer of Warran ttreet. nl lmr IMPORTANT DIS'OVERY in Catnphine and Cbemic. I * Oil Latnpa, warranted to burn at one hall tkr riprnte . I etcher nil. r (aa.?The difficulty which baa he re to fur enated in trimming Camphitie Lamps it now ctitinly obviated, by mean, ol a Moveable I'.np and other important improvements which, ^ upon inaiwetioii, will aalialy the public that they can now obtain a Lamp Mperior to any now in nae?will bum without amoke or smell?produce an enual and ateady light in all direct pint, and n'g'il.ated by a tingle -crew rnovein. lit. Ala >, art Improve I Tolor'a Lamp. Camphiue. Chemical Oil, and npirita, iranufactnred upon an improved ivalem, wholesale anil retail, de livered to any part ot the city, from the Old Kaiatiliahed band d OEOROE MICHELL, nl# ltn*m g Catherine atreat. E NE ^ NK LOUISIANA ANI)K\KWV\ oukV'NK OF PACKETS. *f^V ii$b> F or the iwtter accimimodatioi^if aliipprn, it isihirTrTril to MMtcb a ihip from ihi? port on the 1st, Sth, Itilli, Oth. Mlh, and tiOl ut nu ll mouth, comment ma tin- llltti October anil cutitiunlat until May, when rrituUr daya will Iw t| |-,Muu-J tor the remainder of the year, whereby (rrat Jelaya and diaappniuluicutt will be pre rented during the umtn, r mou'lu. The following ihipe will commence thu arrangement Snip YAXt )l>. Captain Cornell. Stun ()('(INKK. ( aiitnin JncUson. Mill' MlaSlSSilTI, C.i|4aiu Milliard. Ship LOUISVILLE, Captain Hunt. Slit,i SHAKSI'F.ARE, Captain Miner. Ship GASTON, CaptainLatham Ship HUNTSVILLK, C?|<aiu Muuiford. Ship OC.MULGKE, Captain Lesviu. Snip NASHVILLE, Captain Dickinson. Ship MEMPHIS, Captaiu Knight. Ship LOUISA, captain Mulford. These >hi|w were all built in the city of New York. express lor i*ckrts, arc of light draft of wilrr, have rr< eullv been ? wly >'u4>t>crril and put m splendid order, with accommodations or passengers unequalled for comfort. Diey arc commanded by esperienced masters, who will innke every exertiun to giv. it ueial salulaction. They will at all times be towed up and down the Mississippi by steamboats. Nfitlser the >vs uers or captains of these shi|a will be responsible for jewelry , bullion, precious slours, silver or plated ware, or ftrr any letters, parcel or jwekage, sent by or put on board ol Uiem, unless regular bills of lading arc taken for the same, and the value thereon eipressed. - Ver freight or passage, apply E. K. COLLINS k CO.. 46 South st.. or HULLIN k WOODRUFF, Agent in Ne? Orleans, who will promptly forward all goods to tlieir add.ess. The ships of this line are warrant! d to sail punctually as advertised, and great care will be taken to hare the goods correctly measured. Bt OLD LINE LIVERPOOL PACKETS. m. Mr M. ""PHE MA^lTnE of Tackets lor LiTerpooRdCieieaAer ke a despatched in the following order, excepting that when the day of smling falls on Sunday, the ships will sail on the succeeding day. For New York. Kor Liverpool. The SOUTH AMERICA, CJuue 1 July 19 616 tons. J Oct 1 Nov 18 D. (J. Bailey, (Feb 1 Mar 11 The ENGLAND. (June 19 Aug T 740 tons, < Oct 19 Dec 7 B. L. Waile. ( Feb 19 April 7 The OXFORD, lJuly 1 Aug II BVIU 10US, < CXOV I UCC 1? J. Hathbone, f March 1 April 19 The EUROPE, (July 19 Sept 7 &10 unu. ?<Nin 19 Jan 7 E. O. MarihaS / Mar 19 May 7 The NOHTH AMERICA, (Aug 1 Srpt 19 618 tons. < Dec I Jan 19 A. 15. Lowber.(April 1 M iy 19 The NEW YORK, (Aug 19 Oct 7 900 tons, < Dec 19 Feb 7 T. B. Cropper./April 19 June 7 The CAMBRIDGE, (Sept 1 Oct 17 830 tons, < Jan I Kcb 17 W. O Birstow.r May 1 June 19 The COLUMBUS, I Sept 19 No* 9 *00 ton?, < Jau 19 Mar 9 G. A. Cole. / May 19 Ju|y 7 Punctuality, a* regaids the day o!'sailing, will be observed aa heretofore. The price of wastage outward is now fixed at Oue Hundred Dollars, for wliicn ample stores of ever* description will he provided, with the exception of wines and liquors, which will be furnished by the stewards. GOODHUE Ik CO., 61 South st., C. H. MARSHALL. 38 Builiug-slip, N. Y. jc2f ivh BARING BROTHERS fit CUh, L'pool. NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL REGULAR COMMERCIAL LINE OK PACKETS. Sailing to and from Liverpool, Weekly. m. m. m, m, OLD ESTABLISHED I'ASSAUE OKKICE, 61 &UU1H STREET. The subscriber in anuouiiciin; his arrangements for the year 1842, appears befope his friends with sentiment* of sincere reaped ioi the able aupport he hat Weeifsd for many years pyt.-* He likewise wishes to call the Attention of those intending to Mod lor their friend* neMliii in (bcIim, utlnd, Scotland and Wales; that they can at all limes be accommodated by this One, bl weekly opportunities I'mm Litrrpool, as well as by all the well known different lines of |?acket ships, sailing to and from Liverpool on the 1st, 7th, i;uh, lwth and tSth of < nan Mondi throiiKhoui the year. It has always been the study of the subscricer to have the emigrants shown civility, and despatched without dt lay, and shose who send for their friends may rest satisfied that every due and diligent attention will bnsfvan by tlLiferppol agents to those sent for, as well as all who may embark with them, and shomd any of th'*se whuor i-as?.i;;e has been pud not einjark, the mouey will be refunded without any charge. The subscribei feels a pleasure iu making known the differ" ent shies by which his passe users came out during the last year, w hich has giv^n general satisfaction, and that he has cousiderai?l > extended and concluded his arrangements for the year 11*12. The followiug is a list ol ships Ships Scotland, Robinson. Ships Alabamian, Lane. Faiitield, Wilson. I'riutioe, Hopkins. Frankfort, Russell. Tyrone, Speare. Russell Glover, Howes. Wales, Walls. Hiberma, Wilsou. Westchester, Ferris. Alfred, Cheever. Osceola, Childs. Clifton, Ingerudl. St. Cloud. Emt*son. Louisville, A lieu. New York, Niven. Sobieskie, hinerson. Warsaw. Griffiths. Oswego, Wood. Ocean, Willard. Talbot, Stony. N. Hampshire, Harding. l'aiithea, Good malison. Robert Isaacs. True man. Virginia, Eaton. Euro|ie, Batcneldor. 8. Jenkins, $e> mour. A free |iass&ge froin the different i?orts- of Ireland and Scot and, can also ue secured, and drafts furnished for any amount, payable at tke National and Provincial llruks of Ireland and their resjiective branches, and also on Messrs. J. Ik W. Robinson, Liverpool, whit h are p;uJ nee o* .on ? h ?u<\ throughout he United Kingdom. For further particulars *nj>ly to JOHN HERDMAN, 61 Sooth street. or J. U W. ROBINSON, 16 Goree Piazzas, and an 16 No. 1 Neptune ?L. Waterloo Dock. Lieerpool. ^ lifR PACKETS FDK MARSEILLE^? i'he undermentioned shins will be regularly dispatched Iroin hence anil Iroin Mar le lilts ou the 1st of each month duriug the year, thus? Froin New Yoik. Maiaeillea. MINERVA,Capt Brown, Nor 1. Jan 1 H'RY THOMPSON, Cap Sylvester, Dec I. Feb 1 COCKIER, Capt Dugan. Jau 1. Marl THEHGOtT, Capt Lawrence, Feb 1. Apl 1 HELLESPONT, Capt Adami, Mar 1. May 1 CORIOLANUtt, Cap Haile, Apl 1. Jun I They are all corperea and copper fastened,and have excellent accommodations for pissengersThc price of cabin paasage will be $100, exclusive of Wines and liijuors. Goods addressed to BOYD It HINCKEN, the a cents, will be forwarded free of other chaiges ihau these actually paid. For freight or passage apply to O. BROOM It CO., or to oar BOYD It HINCKEN, Agents NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS, ailfrom New York on the 2ith and Liverpool ou the Uth of tach mmnth. lUR nkw Ship OARRICK, Captain Wm. Skiddy, 25th October. Shin ROSCIUS, Captain John Collins, 25th November. Ship 3IDDONS. Captain E. jj. Cobb, 25lh December. Ship SHERIDAN, Captain f. A. Depeyster, 25tli January. From LittRPoai.. Ship 8IDDON8, Captain E. B. Cobb, ljth October. Skip SHERIDAN. Captain E. A. Deneytter, 13th Novem'r. Ship UARUICK, Captain Win. Skiddy, 13th December. Slup ROSCI US. CaptainJohu Collina, I3lh January These ships arc all ol the lirat clasa, upwards ol 1000 tuna, built in th? city of New York, with sach improvements as combine treat s|ieed with unusual comfoil for iMssengrrs. Every care has been taken in the arraniteuiriit of their accommodations. Tlie price of |>assage hence is $100, for which ample stores w ill be provided. These ahipa are cpmmaded by experienced maaters, who will make every exertion td give general sailaiaction Neither the captains or ownerx of the shi|w will be responsible for ai y letters, parcels or packages sent by them, unless regular b 'Is of lading are signed therefor. For freight oi passage, apply to E. K. COLLINS St CO., 56 South St., New York, or to WM. St JA8. BROWN It CO., Liverpool. Letters by the packets will be charged 12% cents tier single sheet: 50 cents per ounce, and newsiwpers 1 cent each. ol FOR LONDON?Pacact ol 20.h N v.?The tafX^Wsp'endid fast sailing pacact ship HENDR1CH UUuCant Morgan, will sail punctually as shore, her srsuiar day, and baring accammodations for cabin, second csbin and steerage passengers, su|ieiior to any other packet thoie wishing 10 secure births should make esrly application to W.St J. T. TAPSCOTT, 42 Perk alio, or ,2 South street e,truer J..?ea* I .tin Persons wishing U> seud lor their friend* cm love them brought not in this ship or any of the linr, pn rroonebl- t? imi, and drafts for ?ny amount |>ayablr on demand without discount can l|so be obtained on application ai above n'tr BLACK BALL, or Old Line LIVERPOOL mf ySJV kets.?The only Regular Liner that tar. on the JMMllba'S'h Nov.?The remarkable fast sailing favorite packel ahlp ihOUTH AMJLKiCA, Captain Alfred B. Lnwber, will aall positively on italurday, the 19th of November, her regular day. The accommodations of this line for cabin, 2d cabin and steerage passengers, are nrtaurpussed by any other hue or ihip load- ' tug tor the above port. For urmaof passage and to secure the best bentlu, early application should be made on board, foot of Berkmsn street, or to the subscribers, HOCIIK BROTHERS k CO., nl r li Fulton st, nest tloor to the Fulton Bank. PACKET FOH HAVRE?Second Lint?The snip njtVW BALTIMORE, KdwarU Kuuck. Master,will tail on jXHKm the fat of l)eceinb? r. BOYD h HINCKEN, at y No. 9 Ton:IIM* Building*. AdxST KKTFOK MA K *O.I L LK-"??Th* ? if. IIK\ rfTSfy HY THOMPSON, Svlfeiter, matter, will tail on AMlfatl'f Ut Decersber. Kor fretuht or outage *PP?y to BOYD * HINCKEN, Agents, ?tr 9 ToMitie 15 iKlmtr*. pKEaMIUM HOBft FOB CROTON~WATEH?Made from ranvatt, corned with duck, beiu* prepired iu odi own lajv^rior manner, w itli India Rubber; it i*?rlertly w.itrr il*tr wrrat Pretiuie; it clear, and it the beat Iudia H ubber llote extant, Alto lor tale, ihe newlv invented Hemp Mote, on acconntof and at the manufacturer'* lowet* prices, >ii quantities to suit. iiou ai i.' ii nav , _ Succeaaorto Roihury India Hnbhrr Company, g HI ? O Maiden Lane. , l "N Don?Packet <"l 2ptlTNo?.?'Thetplri CTHV' -*"J"K>.P*ckat .hip HlNDRICK HUDJWMfia-tON. Cg tain, will ?i| punctually aa aboya her leyuiar day, rnnl hat ?ery aupenoi a-commndationa for c bin. ae-mid cabin, and Manage |uaa?i.grr* ,t reaaonable rata,, if curly 4i'j?liC?lion > c in.i?!c to W. St SPi. TAP9CO! T, ? Pack Blip. Prraona wi.hioK to aend for thrir ^iin'^'raqThaye tham brought out III thi? ahip, or any of tha r. it oar Una, on raaannahta trrma. Draft lor any anioont onyahl- oiidamaad, will out diacount, on all parta <> K.^lanl. Ireland, Scotland anil Walra, can aiae he obtaiuaduu aifii. anon aa ahoy. ?|gr fOR I.ONUitN-Hniiilai i<a< kri ,,t tioxtthof Noyembrr?Tl < In! fa at anting parkat tin . ???*? >< K M> It I K HUDSON, Captain Morgan, will aa.I , tt?i.??-, h?r regular day For l aa.age in rahin, second cabin, and itaaraga, hayjriy plmdid accotnmolaiiona, apt>ly to JOSKPII McMUMItAV. It.O Pina at., cor Honih. The aliofe will b? auccaaded by the packet.hip ONTARIO, Capt. Bradiah. Which will aail on tha lit December. IVraona wi.hing to aend for their frirnda raaidmg in ihe old countiy, ran htee iham brought out by either of tha ahore ahipa, or any of the ragnlar packata, by applying aa above j if by latter, p< at l*id. BIS ac W YO W YORK, FRIDAY MOR NEW JERSEY RAILROAD AND TRANS- I PORTATION COMPANY. NEW YORK AND NEWARK^ Kr.un U'p lowr of ( 'ourtluiilt fti*< !, New York. I r.%erv amy?Sunday t jHrd.) A New xoik L.ravrs Newark Vl 9 A.M. At:. P.M. Al 7'? A. M. Al IX P. M " a Jo. t Jj. g Jo. J>? do. l\ do. 9 do. 6 do. 7 do. II It do. ON SUNDAYS. Krou the loot o( Courtlauot street. LeoeNf* York, Leave Newark. A: 9 A. M. and Ok P. M. At IX P. M. and in P. M. NEW YORK, ELIZABETH TOWN. Leave New York. Leave Elizabeth Town. 9 A. M. 7 A. M. ? P- M. 8K A. M. 'X ? " I0X A. M. <2 P. M. 1H M. 3 P. M. 9\ " The trainafnr Weatfield, Plaiufteld. Boumlhrook, Somerville, fce., connect with the 9 A M, 3 and <X P M traiua Irora New Voik, daily, Sunday a eic?|ited. rare between New York and Elizabeth TowuZJ ceuta. rare between do and Souierulle, 7J centa. NEW YORK. RAHWAY AND NEV^ BRUNSWICK. h are reduced. Yrom the foot of Liberty atreet, daily. Leave New York. Leave. New Brunawick. At 9 A. M. At iH A. M. P. M. 7)2 " <X " 12)4 " 9 P. M. On Sniulaya the 5X and 7X A.M. tri|>a from New Brunswick Old 2\ P. M. train from New York, are .milted, haie between New York and New Brunawick, '5 ceuta. Railway, JO centa The fare in the JX and 7X A. M. train from New Bruna?ick, arid 2)4 and <X P. M. train from New York, haa been re dnced. New York and New Brunawick, to JO cents. " and Railway to 37X. " eeiie a ferry ticket cratis. 'Pickets are received by the con lector only ou tlie day when purchased. lull 3m* WINTER ARR/NUEMENT. NEW YORK Ai D A UA Lj,NK Via Newark, New Brunswick, Princeton, Trenton, Borden town and Burlington THROUGH IN SIX HOURS. Leave New Yoik, from the foot of Libeity street, daily, at 9 A M and t \ P M. The morning Line proceeds to Bordentowu, from thence by straaiboat to Philadelphia. The Evening Line proceeds direct to Camden, (opposite Philadelphia) without change of cars. Passengers will procure their tickets at the office foot ol Liberty street, where a commodious i team bo it will be in readinesss with baggage crates on board. Philadelphia baggage crates are conveyed from city to citv, eithout being opeueu by the way. En eh train is provided with a Ladies Car, in which are apartments and dressing rooms eiprrsslv for the Ladies use. Returning, liieliues leave Philadelphia from the fo*t ol Chestnut street by railroad from Camden, at 9 o'clock A M.and 5 o'clock, P M. The Lines for Baltimore, leave Philadelphia at 7 A M, and 4 P VI, being s continuation of the lines from New York. s28 3m*r FARE AND FREIGHT REDUCED. BOSTON,A?la ST(fcv posed of the following supeiur steamers, running in connection with the Htouiugton and I'f VideOCe, and Boston aud Proridetice Railroads? VI A UU A I 'UtTOL'trtno /a ? ?? inrtoo/iviiuoci i j o, Vstipuain i/omsioci. RHODE ISLAND, Captain Thayer. NAHRAOANSETT, Captain Woolsey. MOHr-UAN, Captain Vanderoilt. One of which will leave New York daily, (Snndays excepted) from Pier No. 1, North River, Battery Place, at font o'clock, P. M. AnUAtVOCMKISTt. The RHODE ISLAND, on Monday, Wedneaday and Friday, for Stonmalon. The MASSACHUSETTS, on, Thursday and Saturday, lor Stonmgton. Passengers on the arrival of the (teamen at Stonington, may take the Railroad Can and proceed immediately to Provi deuce and Boston. Freight taken at the following much reduced rates S? To Boston, on goods weighing forty |iouuds or upwards to he cubic loot, at $5 60 per ton, and on measurement goods T cents per foot. To Providence, on measurement goods Scents per cubic not, and specific articles as per tarif to be obtained at office 22 B-oadwav. mytl feme* BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN ROYAL MAIL STEAM SHIPS, Of 1200 tons and 44ft horse |?wer each. C uder contract with the Lords of the Admiralty. BRITANNIA, J. Hewitt, Commander. CALEDONIA, E. O. Lou, do ACADIA. A. Kyrir do COLUMBIA, K. C. Miller, K N do Will sail from Boston, via Halifax. ruoM LivxurooL. from uostoiv. Britannia, Hewiit, Oct 4 Nov I Caledonia, Lott. Oct 19 Nov 16 Acadia, Kvrie, Nov 4 Dec 1 Columbia, Miller, Nov 19 Dec 17 Britannia, Hewitt, Dec 4 Jan I Passage Money?From Bostou to Liverpool, $136?Boston to Halifax $20. These ships carry experienced xurgeonx. No Bertha xecured nntil |mid fi t. Note.? Merchandize and Specie (except for perianal ex ueniev) shipped under the name of luggage will be charged as freignl, aid liable to Custom House Regulations. Apply to o6yr D. BKIOHAM. JR.. No. 3 Wall-st. .MM FALL AND WINTER ARKANOKCV --H.UJS MENT.?The steamboat Kockland, will, on and after Monday, the 3lat of October, run as follows: Laving Middle (own Point (tide and weather per milling) at 9 o'clock, and Kryport at 10 o'clock, every Monday, Wednesdavand Friday. Returning, leave the loot of Robin son atreet. New York, every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at pi o'clock, noon, touching at Seguin's Dock each way. Stages will be in readiness to convey passengers to any part of the country. AH baggage at the risk of the owners. oiS 2tn*ee STATEN ISLAND FERRY. Foot of Whitehall atreet. flS39-?3e 3C3K9L w Thr steam boats STATEN ISLANDER and SAAiSON wilt leave New York and Staten Island .is follows*? NEW YORK. STATEN ISLAND. 9 8% II 10 1 All (ooda shipped are required to be particularly marked, and are at the riak of the owaera hereof. oi r 0? NEWARK AND NEW YORK.-Fa7e Only 12% centa.?The splendid and commodi ^CJCJEsOU steamer PASSAIC, Capt. John (iaffy, being completely and elegantly refuted, coinmeuced her reguit imps lor the season on Tharadav, March 10?leaving as follows ? Foot of Barclay at. New York, at 10% o'clock,A.M., and 3>a o'clock, P. M. Centre wharf. Newark, at (o'clock, A. M. and 1 o'clock, P.M., Sundaysincladed. Freight of every description carried at reduced prices. ol (m*r (fig- OLD BLACK BALL LINK. OK PACKETS LIVERPOOL?Packet of the i9th November. dSBMlEa?The very fast sailing packet ship NORTH AMERICA, Capt. Lowber, will be dispatched for Liverpool as abnva, her regular day. This first class packet ship has superior accommodations for cabin, second cabin ami steerage passengers. Those desirous of securing berths will require to make early application to inilM ItV it DMA v SI Smith street. N. B. Persons sending for their friends residing in Oreat Britain and Ireland can. as oaual. feeure their passages (via. Liverpool,) by any of the line of packets; and drafts for anv amount Can also he purchased, payable throughout the United Kingdom, on application a? above. ni7r ArfX- FOH NEW ORLEANS?Louisungfc New York WTTrJ^FLinr?Fint Regular Packet of 0 It Nov. mber? The iHatilist sailing packet ship HUNT9VILLE, Capt O. R. Mil into, d, will posiiivels sail as abore, her regular oay. For freight or passage, ha ring handsome famished accommodations, apply 01. hoard, at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall at. or to E. K COLLINS Ik CO. 56 Sooth st Positively no goods received afier Saturday evening the I9lh inat. Skippers may rely npon hsnng their goods correctly measured. and that the ships of this line will sail punctually as advertised. Any guarantee to that effect will be given and fulfilled that may be required. Agenu in N. Orleans. Hnllin It Woodruff, who will promptly forward al' goods to their address. The packet ship MEMPHIS, Capt. Knight, will succeed the Huotsvilla, and sail the 30th Nov, her regular day. 1117 2t ec FOR NEW ORLEANS. MOBIL*, k 8AVANk#3r^W NAU?Tne packet ship ALABAMA, Cant B inJmatffaker, will sail on Friday the 25ih Nov, lor New Orleans, net regular day, (weath< rpcrinit'ing) or passage Iree. The packet ship KENSINOTON, Capt Sliumway, will sail for Nl tirle to-morrow The picket brig EXCEL, Capt. Sherwood, will sail on Monday Nov. gist, her regular day. For passege in any of the above a iperior packets, which is very low, apply to W. k J. T. TAP9COTT, 43 Peck Slip, or nlfie 52 South street, cor Jones* lane uhAFT~B ON FkeLA >D, r.NOLAND, gflvySCOi LAND AND WALES.?Persons sending JMsMM?w'' < in - ' < ilteir frir-ir's in ihe old ronntrv , call hiVu oralis lor anv am >nnt, payable on demand, without ditconur, at to following tilaeei, viy? IN IKe.LAN [)?The National Batik of Ireland, the Prorit, cial B ink of Inland, and all their nrancher. IN KVULAND?Meaara. Jamea Bull, Son It Co., hanker*, London, Etc mnge and Diacotinl Bulk, Livcrpooi, and their br .ache* throughout England and Walei. IN SCOTl AND-The Kaa'rm Bank of Scotland, the O eenotk banking Com, any. and all thrir branchea. All of which dra'ta arr paid in an> ot tke principal towua in Orrai Britain or Ireland. Apply (if Nv let-er pout paid) lo VV.kJ. f. TAPBCOTT, 43 Peck .lip, nl7 r cor Month afreet. ~~ LEISCHES!LEECH?8!LURCHES? qo nnn large healthy Swedish leeches 0<6.V/VJU ?Juat received per haik Sir laaa Newton, from Hamburg, for aale in anv quantity, at lery modrwate prieea by (J. A kH. WITTE, Importer* <g Leechra, oil Im'ee (3B vV Sham afreet. rl W'lLLAM BROWN'S ch-ap e?ah atore, |v? Chatham Ojipoaite R...evelt atreet.?Caaatmere, Silk and Eur Mali, 01 rr, Seal, Nutria, Cloth a- d Silk Velvet Cape. Htraral new !>atierna,richly trimmed ami neat y funahru. A lop aaaoitin. nt of fuicy furt, I in trimming, aplvndid lyi.i mull-, and ilie rr^l wan-dawn irimining, all of which will be aold, wholeaala or retail, very low. 1 ' >m*er JOHN VT. iMVlT.B h. JONES inloim their Irienua and I eiiatomera if at (hey hare receired their winter faahtona for bapt-srjtujr of new atvlai lor youth and children. The Durban now ?o much worn, it manufactnred by them. Alio a new atyle of (rarelling cap, rery convenient fti gentlemen travelling om in william st. iRK E NING, NOVEMBER 18 11 SELLING OF* AT WALKKK'fl.-ttO i-rUdlea fn French and satiu ahopera awl bu*knia, Kmi t.r lint c h bitched foou, S.? to $J 5o itfr pftir, 300 pr calt and Im j*-Kurd boot*, fr?>na $3 to 8 nUmI $t MntrtriUr, 200 j>r ?i UMlflfM bo U? 1 ""n $1 to aud $. >?' t" pur, VIC i'.iir children'* do from 3* ! > )> i>*r pair, 500 i?r ladlea ano ii??i boot*, ihoi mmI boabina. froaa 4* to 6* and $4 par pr, 800 r < t f?BU Wtcor proof boot , mOC< jlill, lodio lubbria ?n Imnd III. i,\, ,?<|M- 11id tin*- boota of' all aorU and ??/.c s, !iom$i 76to $2, all warranted. All tho abova foj I the ct?eaiw?t m the city. Call ind *er for youraelvea, Canal at, corner of Broadwaj , u o24 lm*ec I S WAI KKRH. CLINTON CHEAP Boot auu Shoe itunol. >W Greruw icli, corutr S|>riui< at, la ilit only place where can be lound boot* an I snora to ?uit tilt timet. All those who wear l> iota and sloes will do well to itive a c ill. Ladies' aiol m-aaea bu?ki:>? from 3, I, 5, 6, 7 and 8 ahillinua per pair; gentleui.-m' bo >u from 13 sliillnuts l? H l?er pair; boys' boola Irony .lilllloys lo (3 '>0 per imn. All wlio wiali to tare 30 Br cut will Hire a call al t!ie Clintou Cheap Boot ami uhee uiket, 309 Greenwich corner Himuit street o'3% lin*r LADIES' BOOTS AND SHOES? Locawuou, Broadway, keep* a hue aaaortinent of ladiea'and childrtusr troeti and anoea, of the lalrat American aud European fashions. Ordera received by the dozen from placea ol fashionable resort. nl6eod*r iT? M NASI U M . SPARKING SCHOOL & PISTOL GALLERY. MESSRS. HUDSON St OTTIGNON repeeifully inform the iteniltintii ol New York, thit their exienaive rooms at the corner ol' Broadway and Cnambert itreet, lor SparnuK. I Gymnastics and 1'iatol practice, are now open for the aeaiou. Kaairroua improveoiruta and addltioua liate been lately made lm the Gymnasium, which will now be found in every re?|>ecl eewwolcte and to any otner in the country for athletic ei ewe*. Wuarrin* taught on the moat approved principlei. Gentlemen viairiint the Pistol (Isllrry will be anpidied with a of a aoperior ijuality. Terina moderate. Gentlemen are invited to call at auy lime d lnutf I he dav ol? lm?' JgAKEKY, 40 Lis^nird street.? The suoscriber ^resfecuuiij | Ilia old l)u?i urn ?>1 baking, and will be thankful for their lavor*. HaviuK taken the stand formerly occupied by G. W. MILLMl, 10 Lii|x uanl tired. 10 celebrated lor good cake, ami lire subscriber having carried on llie business a number ol year* at tiie well known Knickerbocker Bakery, No. 19 William St., a favorite resort for good crackers and biscuiu?lie lluuks lie lias not foigotten how to [lease the taste of (lie jiublic. JAMK8 TOMPSON. N.B.?Always oil haud, fruit cake of all kiuds and prices? weddlUK cake of all sizes?|H>uud case and s|x>nge cake of all sixes?rusk, lea biscuit and bread every afternoon?biscuit aud eraakers fresh every momma. oaO lin'r WATCHKS LOWER THAN EVER.-ln coiue.iueuce V V ol the leducliou ol duties by llie late tariff, the subscriber is selling his stock of Gold and nilvei Levers, An'hor Ksca|>eineiit Lepiue, aud other Watches, ol new and splendid K Items, and Jewelry, at retail, at a considerable reduction m former prices, b< inn inuch lower than they can be bo'mht for at auy other place ill the city. Gold Watches as low as HI to 25 dollars eacn. Watches and Jewelry exchauited or bought. All Watches warranted to keep |(ood time or the money relumed. Watches aud Clocks repaired in the best mauuer aud warranted,at much less than the usual prices. O. C. ALL K.N, Importer of Watches and Jewelry, ol2 lm*m Wholesale and Hetail, JO Wall St., up stairs UHENCH AR I IKICIAL KCoWKR9,a raatrri.T for flor lists?B i?L' NLAKOSIKKK (t COURT, li6 William st., sucoeisors of Bruula Kosierr It Co have just received by 1LHavre Packets Baltimore and V die de Lyou, a lame assortment ol fashionable (lowers, of the latest Pa.isiau atyle. MouruinK Klowere a la Lluclieaae D'Urleaus, Lords aud Ta-aeis, and a Kreat variety ol new lancy articles of toilet fortuities and balls, i'he No. lit William street is the true slid onlr de|H)t of lhos< superior articles Iroin their mauufactory Kue de '1'iacy, No. 6 raiis. m lm*r PiOAL-CO\L?COAL.? 1'hose who have not purchased V-t their coal for the season would do well to call at tlw foot ot O ivrr street, Kut River. I he boats Mahauou and Six Brothers will tie dischantiuit.ou Thursday aud Knday, a superior article of lance nut coal, cleau, aud lre? iroin ail impuriliea, at $5 |?r ton, ami stove aixe, itrey a.h peach mouatain, warranted never to clinker m any stove, $5, delivered liee of cartage, and weighed by a city weigher. V aril 51 Oliver s'rert. nib Jt*r G A BRAIJBKOuKS, 35i ivarl st. FENCING SALOON & SHOOTING GALLERY. 1/ MKKS, 413 0roi4viyi lotnaei in Lu^id street. meaddoot,latelyfrom ICaiopa, Ptofwofof the art of Fencing,liTea instructions iu Fencing ; also in the use ol the straitfhr ^rookidilld i'uikish flword, huuiiug knife, musket and bayonet, start, and every species ol Weapon*. Gentlemen, lovers of this art, military OmClll ol ths ariny, navy, fcc. are rcsneclfully invited to csll and witness an nhibitiou of bis tluil in this useful and im|x?rt<ini art. A Spai nmii imNs Shooting Gallery, illuminated in the 0VCIUA|| Wili liso be found with superior Sv.iss pistols?shoot lQg at a distance ol 210 yards . *16 3m* r JObtt'lI PALMIEitt'S Hentlemru' lair culling and diesx- I lug cstabliili'Cent, No, 3 John street, formerly No. 6 Ailor House?J. Palatini respectfully uiforins Ins lormer patmus and friends, ami ine public in general, that In liaa filled up tho above preinist s in haiidsouu style, fur the por|x>se of carry nig oil tne IIsir CuiM.ig aud Dressing business in all it* branches At bis magazine inav be fouud every variety of articles suitable for a gentleman's toilet, to which he invites the public to call aud esainiue. u!6 3t*m UttOTON WATER. LTANSON, WILCOCK it HANSON, Plumbers, Braaa H Koundrrs, and Coppersmiths, uexldoor to the Taberuacle, No 338 Broadway, New Vorlr From long practical experience in business ill this find other cities |>oa*essiug Water Works. H W.k H. have couhdeuce in thus assuring the public, that all o ders entrusted to them will be promptly executed, with a view to permanent satisfaction,to a woikmtnlike style, and of the beat matenals. Their charges will always beaa moderate aa can be reasonably atfored by auy competent and respectable concernWater pipes of every- approved description, for intnduciuc the Croton Water. Patent lead |U|ies, cast iron, composition and tinned pipes. Braaa coeks and water closets, of their own superior manufacture. Hydrauta of Carolina red cedar, bathing tubs, bath butlers on the best Philadelphia plan, aud other articles in the toregmig branches of business. oil lm*r SEGAJIS?SEOARS. THE following choice Sevan aie always on hand at HENRIUUES'S HAVANA AND PRINCIPE SkUAH STORE, wholesale and reutl, basement 31 William st. Rioudaa, in liall aud quarter boxes Do. No. , half aud quarter boxes Noriegas, in quarter aud eighth do Para Regalox, iu quartet do Rrgaliaa, of a superior quality, iu id, J* *ud 1- 10th botes Coiniresas, iu quarter boxes Traoucas, do do La Norma, do do La Esperuua, do do Tres Ainigos. in cartons of 20 each tondou Regalias, iji cartons of 40 each a Prnela, in quarter boxes Misgan'i apolted, in quarter boxes ranetilla's, do. of superior quality Yugencndad, do Demoyas, do Mateos, do rrincipes, of the Kendon, Cruz and Sana, all eat. to deb. Primaveras, in quarter boxea Atresias do Couslantias, do Buslamentas, do Eamero Regalias, do Imperial do, inqnarte otes. a luperior article. N. B.?Hotels and groceis plied ou rraaonable trrma. oil lmb p KAMTE.?The Stateu liland Granite Quarry being now Vjr in ra]| operation, will lupply Granite of anv dimensions, either tat or rough. Building stones either for block of rouble work, ashler, sills, and lintels, steps and platforms, will be delivered at shortest notice, Kentledge for ships, and shingle ballast or smaller stones will be delivered on board any vessel in NawYork harbor at tne lowest isles. Vessels can load with great dispatch at the whasf on Staten Island, where 14 feet depth of water is had. The railroad being in good order, the cars are laden and brought abieast of the shipping. No danger from ice daring the winter tronths. bar further information apply to LEWIS GIBSON, Agent, At the Granite Wharf, Staten Island, or to the Office of the Company,106 finest, eor of stairs o2g r H. E GLOV EH. PresidentLONDON AND MANCHESTER INDIA KUBBEK GOODS WHULKSAL.K A.XU Kg. I AILi, ISO. ? Wall (Creel, i n subscriber hai re eel red and offer* for sale a large assortment of imported India Rubber Water Proof Goodi, rix: Coals and Capes, of(nperror Lama, Cashmere Lima, Persian, Meriuoaud Cotton, of all colors and (ilea. Cloth?India Rubber, Water Proof, suiter Lama, Lama Persian and Cotton, tire pared for t ilors. India Rubber Webbings for suspenders, corsets.ltc. 2tfim*r cha8 abraham80n. pheap i" ashlo 4able tailoring, at 168 Bee. man v-r street.?Where does the money come from that supports the rspemive Tailoring Establishm-nts scattered over in* city? Cau it come from any place but the pockets of their customers? At the above number it is Believed gentlemen can lind sn esta blishinent conducted on tne snidest principles of economy And garments made in a style of elegance and durability unsurpassed by any house in the city. Tne prices charged are? For Dress Coats, of the best West of Kugland Cloihs. $16 ta 21 Wool dyed West of England Cassimere pants J to 8 Vests of cashmere, satin, silk or cloth, 2H to J 8u|>erfiue Braver overcoats, $40 style, for II to 24 Dress Cos's made and trimmed, 7 to 9 I Pants and Vests, Hi to 2 JOHN MOFFAT, ill lm*r TAKE NOTICE. New and great invention.?francis's HIGHLY IMPROVED MANIFOLD WRITERS.? By this wonderful inanition, a letter and duplicate can be written in one operation, with more rase oud greater facility than (single letter with an ordinal y pen and ink. To the mercantile, professional, and travt lling pari of tha ;ominunily, this truly great invention is of infinite value, as it isa gieal saving oftime, trouble and espense. The principal tdvsnlagr to be derived from the manifold writer is, that a coB'of any dorumeut may be kept without any additional tron* to the writer, and without any uroeaaity of using either an aikstand or a pen. The instrument used for writing is an agate point. cbnsei|uently it never wears by use. For banks, insur no i oflici i, merchants, men of business generally, lawyers, postma-ien, editors, reporters, public officers, and all who may oe desirous of preserring copies of their Irtteri, doiumrnU, Ike. with su imin nse saving oi time, and the satisfaction of hi viugan eiact copy of what they nave written, this will b* found invaluable. Francis's Manifold Writer has now been in sucoessfnl operation two ynara, during which time the proprietor his bad the ideaanre of receiving ttie unfe'gncd approbation of all whoi* approbation it baa come nnder. At the late Fair of the American Institute the merita of the article ?ere examined into by three of the moat able cbemiata in the country, who pronounced it to be a very ingeimna sue useful command , and not liable to change cofoi by exposure to air, moisture, oi hemical agents. Consi iigi ntlv ameilal was awarded by the lusii.ute. Tin; proprietor hu lately made ureal improvemrnli in llit? article, Tns paper la ol tlie licit quality manufactured iu the United States, living made for the manifold writer eapreuly to his order. The ruling ol them, which has for some time been thought impouihle. Sua at length been brought to (lerfection for which a copyright has beeu secured. The copying hoolts are bonnd ill a variety of forms and sites, vary ing iu price from 50 cents and upwards. Stationers and Country merchants in general will find it to their advantage to procure the article, as they meet with a ready sale A liberal deduction made to those who bny by wholesale. Newspaperi or msgatines throughout the country copying the abovernnr? without alteration or abridgement (including this notice) and giving it twelve inside insertion*, shall reeeir* a copy suhicct to their order by sending a paiier containing the advertisement (o the office of the subscriber, LKW N KKANCI8.I3 William street, oil lm*r corner Maiden Lune. New York FLUTE AND GUITAR. V11 PHILIPIt RRN8T, Professor of the Flute, dinar, an i'A patent Conrertina begs to announce to his friends and public that he has jaat published his new "Hondo MiliUire" for tha guitar, which will be found well worthy the attention of the learner or amateur, from its being well auapted to that instrument and calculated not only to pleess but to afford instruction. This Rondo, with several other pluusing pieces of his csmpoai tinn "for the guitar" are to be found at Mr. bruit's residence S? Canal street, where he continue* to give lessons on Uu> above instruments sl]m*r IE It A 342. MUFFS! Ml m Ml FFS1!?Tbft rtrrr *T-*- the weKhvr ittdtr it iitili?|>rn?ibly nrce?aarv that the beauty and Tuition of our city ahould avail llieineclvca of l>>? treat inducement offered lo auard auaiuat the approachiue illclrmvnt aeaaou They arc now enabled to enjoy a promenade dunnir the Coldeat weather rv providing themarIves Willi a line Mutfat the atore of BARNKTT fc BIMMOND8, 449 Broadway. All deacriptioui of Kura cleaned and raiiaircdal reduced ralea nM Im'h r-EMKRAL BENNETT'S MOKMON DlbCLOStKES ' * ?The aubacribera will publish in lis courae of the eiiaunnr week,11 Moiinoiiiam Eipoaed, or. a Hialory of Joe South and tile Latter Dav Haiuta. bv (I n. J. I Ueimett." Tliear liiehlv intrrmtini! wid astounding disclosures eihihir m their true ?*lors tlie profligacy aud wickedness of the Mormon leaders. It will be issued m good style , In a l2ino. VWUM ol upw rds of 32t? pages. Orders 'esjiectlully solicited. LICLAND k WHITING. o!6 lm?r BKADBUHY. 8QPKN k Co. 127 Nassau st. MARTIN'S CASH TAILORING ESTABLISHM K N T . 1W IVilliam Street, Corner of Jtnn Street, 19 decidedly the chenj>e?t in the city. There ii "Iwaya on hand aselectstock of seasonable goods, purchased for cath, which will be made up to order 111 the style of make. fi\, trimming, kr., that Inu given auch (eoeial satisfaction during the last lour yean, aud at a |x>silive saving of 30 per ceut. Gentle men are rei|urated to call and erannue. Those who ftaruishth eir o wn flood a. can bare them MADE AND TRIMMED. Dress Coats, made and trimmed,-" -$7 on ts fl 50 Krock Coats, do do I 00 to 9 50 I'ants aud Vests, 1 75 to 200 Peer Coats, 9 00 to II P0 It f Terms?Cash on delireiy. ole ltn* c MICHAEL. E. MARTIN REMOVAL. PHILLIPS' CASH TAILORING ESTABLISH MENT, Is removed from 145 Broadway to No. T Aitor House ECONOMY IN GENTLEMEN'S DRESS. Garments of a must .leg ant and Kaahionable kind ft a saving of 00 per cent for caah. '"PHE advertiser d? mi it unnecessary to resort to the hacki ueved svstrm of eivunr a list of nominal prices, presuming cHiit the Irnirth of liuie he has ,bceu established, together with the extensive patrouage bestowed oo lum, will prove a sum cfent voucher for hi* capabilities. Possessing the advanUcr ' being couurcted with an eiteusive cloth establishment in Europe he confidently itiirU that he can furauh clothe* which, on comparison, will be found lower than any other house makinit up the best description* of gentlemen's dress. 10 3m 8. PHILLIPS. T Astor House, Broadway DE8TAURANT FRANCA18.No. S Nassau st. opposite ? the Custom House. J. BONNaHD fc P. UELAMOTTCI have the honor to ittfortn their acquaintances and strangers generally, that they have enlarged thtir Breakfast and Dunns: 8aloons,and have besides arrauttrd conyeuieut rooms lor private parties, and will |i*y particular attention to ^rders (01 Dinners and Suppers in private nouses, which they will furuish at very moderate prices. They constantly have on handBrandy Preserves of all kinds. Liquors in treat variety. Wtoes of sll brand*. Oil of Olives refined. (iruyere Cheese. New Chatel Cheese. Truffles and Mushrooms. Fat Liver Pies. Ike.. Ac. o>7 Im'r TO THE AMATEURS OF THE ACCORDION! SI ON OH L. MARTINI begs to inform the public that he has jiut published his Accordiou instruction, which is divided in two |>arts?the lirsl for the Accordions without semitones?the second for those with semetones, both of which re amply furnished with selected music, and exercises pro greaaively written, in orderthst the amateur can e isily have entire command over the inatruineut. 8IONOR MARTINI heat also to state that he has a large collection of MSS. muaic ior the Accordiou, which he intends to publifhshorlly, and he arranges for that instrument any tort ol music he should be required. The Signer will be thanklul to all those who will favor him at hit resideuce,90 Canal street, wlieie he continues to give his lessons. aul93m*r DWILHELM8, No. 234 Broadway offrn for tale hu new imj>ot led stock of goods, wholesale and retail. 1.?Of Embroiderie*, commenced and finished piccea of vari* oiu luuda; woraled, wool, alitcluug and knitting ailk, beada, canvas, paltrrna, kc. 2.?In ainall and lace warea, all aorta of ailk and woraled strings, borders, trimmiugs, taaarla, fringes, and every article in thia line, don> in llie moat faahionablr taate. 3.?Tlir moat cnpiona and aplrndid choice ofartificitl llowera, done iu the neatest woik and ueweattaata, bouquets, diadems, kc. 4.?Arliclraof caai iron of the moat rarioua dearriptioua, manufactured in the Rova| Iron boundary at Berlin J.?Exquisite and neat figures in bronze. 6 ?A beautiful aaaortinenl of siiiterline baaket warea. 7 ?A contidrrable and el -gain choice of preaaed and painted paper, aheela of letter paper, vmtiug carda, wafera, kc. I.?All elegant aud great atote of the fine .t porcelain 9 ?A aplrndid aaaorimeut of the lineal dreaaing article?,caaea and i<erfu,nea. i>2g lm*rc 1LLINARY ARTICLES, CLOAKS, fcc.-VICTORINE k CO., from Pant, reapectfully inform the ladira of thia city, that thev will open ou the 9lh mat., 39) Broadway, between White and Walker atreeta, a splendid aaaortment of tlala, Ca|M>tes, C'oaka, Peleriuca, Camaila, fancy and street Ureases, Scarfs, Shawls, Veils, Heathers, Maiabouls, kc., of the latest "aru lashiou. Just received per ship Ville de Lyon from Havre. Dreas and Cloak making promptly eiecuted. al lm*r 1 A~K T 1 8 T IN HAIR.. MANUFACTURED FROM LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S HAIR. M"OT leaa than two inches long, in one hundred different ded-a aigna?Necklaces, Bracelets, Watch guards, Ear-rings, Flowers, Ringv, Wigs aud Scalp*. A C. BARRY'S WIGS AND SCALPS. Still stand pre-eminent above all others. Their peculiar light, gossamer, and ventilating character, their being shaped eiactly in the IixInml hair irrnwa: their elasticity and their auuerior ma (trial and workmanship, as well u their style ol finish and ararrangement, all combine to form such |>erfect heada of hair, that they must be seeuto be fully mipreciated. Parties having a piece of hair of a living or deceased friend, can getit formed by him into any design the mind cau conceive. In auch a form it will b* a keepsake invaluable. Gratuitous advice given on all diaeaaea connected with the hair, at the Hair Cutting Knoins, 146 BftOADWAY, cor of Liberty street, jyl26m* ______ U|i Stairs. PORTABLE BLACKSMITH'S FORGES.?The suhI acribcra, being the sole Agents for the Manufacturers of Concklin's Patent Portable Forge and Bellows, beg leave to call the attention of the public to the above article. That they have been called for and introduced in nearly all parts of the ifuited Stales, is, we believe a sufficient evidence of their utility and convenience; being portable and compact, gives them far the preference over the common Foige for Snipping of every description, Rail Roads, Canals, Plantations, Manu factories and all purposes for which the ordinary Forge is used. Those manufactured far the U.S. Navy are Wrought Iron. We wonld refer those wishing to purchase to some few who can recommend them from personal as well as general knowledge, via:? Commodore Crane, Navy Yard, Portsmouth, N. H.; Messrs. Carr, Keim It Haines, Philadelphia. Hon. Govemier Kemble, West Point Foundry, Celd Spring, N. Y. Messrs. 8. B. Allhause It Co. 443 Broadway, N. Y., and our city blacksmiths generally. GAY It TEBAULT. s2l 3m re comer of Old slip and Water st. a u T u T c 0 li A IV A V CJHIRTS made after the latait and moat approved French U patterns. Coats, | antalooua, vests, aud all nnder garments, made to order at ehort notice and in the moil fashionable style. Gentlemen's Furnishing Store, IT and M Maiden Lane, New York. s? lm?. WM COLLIN* VAN NORDEN'8 WRITING AND BOOK-KEEPING * ACADEMY is now open, Ml Brosdwsy, 2no lloor. lor the reception of pupils, where ail acgune Van Nordrn's beantifnl system of pennmanship in a very short time, and write with rase, grace and elrgance. Mr. Van Norden is now prepared to give instruction in Book Krep'iig "|?>n plans enliraf, new aid strictly practical. Dunns one month's instruction the pupils dually opea, balance aud close, prsclieally, from 20 to JO set of books. Terns ?ery modeiale. Hoars of instruction from 9A. M. till 4 P. M , and f roml ti 10 iu the evening. The Ladies meet daily al 3 P. M. n)5 lm*r UHILADELPHIA DAGUERREOTYPE ESTABLISH: I MENT, Excnaiige Building Nos. X and 27.?Sidgle Portrsits taken, from breastpin sixe to I inches in diameter, Earn ilv g'oapa of from two to U perions on one plate. Time of sitting 10 arwnnds Cons'ant'v on hand, and for aale. Instrn" entx of I he same kind uaed in die e*>ahli>hment ; a'ao plate* and *11 other*. W. It F. LANQKNHKIM. nltl lm*r FRANCIS* PATENT LIFE BOAT, Off k ICE No. 7 WALL STREET. nl i.r_ TEACHER OF THE FLUTE TMONZANl. to Thompson tlrpet, jifM inatrtietMM on _ J* tH# wflft* I i*r|lM f!*? r?r *' 1m* H A V A N E O A R 8 7" PICABIA It MAN/ANKDO, No. 49 Liberty street, near N an, oner lor **le the following : too.00(1 LaNnrma*, rery old and noierier 110,(100 Diana do do do 17V000 Kapernnta do do do 100,004 Regalia* of Norma, Diana, and Kamero brand* Ml.nno Caaone*. Traboeo*. and Bayonet**, rarioua do Th? whole entitled to debenture, ana in lot* to salt pnrcli* *er*. _ _ oO I mi?*r pOKrOILATION NO I K K -Public notice I. hereby m em L/ that a Hale of Property for unpaid Taie* will take place, at public auction, at thr City Hail of the City of New York, on Monday, the 1th day of December, IM2, at 12 o'clock, noon,and b< I'onlnined from day to day until tha whole of said property hall be sold; and that the detailed atatement of the tale*, and property tube aold, ia pabliahed in the New Km, a uewapaper printed and published in the city of New York. D. D. WILLIAMSON, Comptroller. Comptroller'* Qict, Ana. 3>, 1X2. *2 I taw Hw rtcTUKICII ON GEOLOGY at the Caecum ol Natural I' Hi.tory bp I. AL'QUSTINE SMITH. The Keventh Leclnre of the Cnnrae will |be delivered i n Friday rvrninr. it half*|*it 7 o'clock. n_l I tt*r MISS A QIRARD'S 'ONCKftT?Miaa A. Ilnan, a ynuna Poliah Ladjr.only IS vrar* old, rrapectfully ininrmi her frienda and the public. thai ahe will petfnim on the Violin, at lie r Firac Concrr', which will lake place on Wedmad y evenmir, .Nm.'l. IM2, at Nibh.'a Saloon, under the dneetmii of Mr Chatel, her teacher. Bcaidea, Miaa A. Giraid will Liaaaiated bv the following talent Madame Olio, Mr H. TSoibeclr, Mr. Timm, who will preaide at the piano forte, and Mr. Hill. Nader of the nnintetle. Admtaaion $1. Ticheu to be had at Miaa A. O 'a, 71 Thirteenth a'reet, at the principal tnnaic atorea, and at the doora of the Concert. nlltot3*r INSTITUTE FOR THE PREVENTION AND CURE OF BALDNESS AND GREY HAIR, AND THE ENTIRE REMOVAL OF SCURF AND DANDRIFF. PRC FK88OR CLIREHUUH off*, fa to ladiea and gentlemen hi* gratuitou* advice in all the Tariona diaeaaea connected with the health and arowthof the human hair, that they maybe protected againat the many rntpyrical ant ininrionr notlruma of the da> which now flood the eii\\ peridef the judgment. and, if uaed, will dratroy the haii. Thooaanda ait now anff-riny nnd?r the loaa of t leir hair from the n?c of tho;r rile preparation. Many of 'he firat medical acuity in th? conntty can trtUil| l<* the almnat incredible cmea performed h? the nae ortltc I tiro* pherona, or Patent Medicated Comivtandj ami the profeaaint1 I character of Cl-rehniih wil, be deemed *d'ficient (uann. iiainat every thine like quackery and hut.bug. Principal office MS Broadway.upatajra. r h Private entrance l?r ladiea anXfaaniliea, firat door in l-uHon atreet. " fi w" f l?OR DW. reUt!HTWAN?h.K;ta Dice t.urrem ... t o,, r via. Caiwulea, Acida, Dyewood., Laaw Cwt'c^ajmrr reotype Chemicala (German Silvar, ke. fcc. kc See louith we. " 1 I L I). Prle# Two > ?. Philadelphia [ Cot rr?|>ou<ie nee of the Herald.) 1'iiii AiiKr.i'Wii. Nov. 17. 1K42. The " row" goes bravely on. The " outs" and the " ins" in the custom house are enacting quite a family quarrel in this city. I again repeat, much I fun will grow out of all this. The "Times," friend l>a Lode's spirited little sheet, is out tn a powerful leader this morning, against that rotten and swindling concern, the " Lumber" Moyamensing Bank. It has created considerable stir an ong the knowing ones, and certainly deals in nothing but sober truths To-morrow John says he will deal in startling tacts. The sale of Pennsylvania Stats stocks will take place on Wednesday next, in this city, and in Harrisburg on Monday week The conditions on which the sale will be made in this city are as follows, viz : all stock will be sold in shares not exceeding ten in number, to the highest bidder tor the same, unless circumstances should transpire at the sale to render a change desirable. A credit will be given to purchasers t? pay lor the same in State stock, certifi. catesof indebtedness entered upon the books of the Auditor General, or csah, on or before the 24th day of December next; the purchaser giving undoubted security for the fulfillment of his contract. The stock owned by the State in all corporations which paid dividends for 18-11, can only be sold on the conditions mentioned in the act authorising the sale. A list ol this and the amount naid w ill be ntiblished hv the State Treasurer. The great cloth case, to which I referred yesterday as well aa several others, have been determined in favor of the United States. The proceeds of the sales arising therefrom will amount to a very handsome sum, the whole of which goes into the pocket* of Uncle Sam. The performance at the Walnut street theatre, last evening, was of the most delightful character. The house, from pit to dome, was literally a mass of admiring beings. Never were the walls of the old "American" greeted with a more beautiful, fashionable, and delightful audience. The admirable comedy of " London Assurance" was exceedingly well cast, and from the repeated applause, met, no doubt, the hearty approbation of all. MissC. Cu_hman?the very life and soul of the place?was hailed with one of the most cordial receptions, as Lady (?ay Spanker, woman ever need covet, and whicn she ever should feel proud of. To-night, I t the benefit of H. Placide, " London Assurance" is again announced, but with an entire different cast. Tomorrow evening, Mrs. Brougham takes a benefit. Mons. and Madame Lecompe are engaged, and wil shortly appear. At the Chesnut, Booth tsdrawing pretty good houses. He appears as Hamlet to-night, and to-morrow takesa benefit. The "Olympic" was one |>erfect jam last night, the occasion of John Smith's benefit. To-night, the wonderful Nathans takes his benefit, and if ever a meritorious equestrian deserved a bumper, this same Nathans certainly does. M'Farland, the vatilter of sixty sommersels, will repeat his extraordinary trial of skill. The Arch is closed until Monday. The "official" vote of Little Delaware is at length positively ascertained. Rodney's (whig) majority, is only nine votes! Afire occurred this morning. about twelve o'clock, in a starch factory, at Tenth and Poplar gireeiH uuumpfe UUI inning |()ne of the most des|>erate attempts at burglary and murder was committed on the person and dwelling of Judge Jones, of the Court ot Common Pleas for the County of Philadelphia, this morning, at two o'clock, near Manaynnk, where the Judge resides, by three desperate villains They w?^e arrested in their progress of plunder, by the awakening of the Judge, who boldly encountered them, and in the melee received some severe, but not dangerous, wounds on the head and leg. "Another outrage on this community has been committed." Such is the first sentence of a virulent article in the Philadelphia Gazette of this alternoon, in announcing the fact of the very unpopular appointment of_ Dr. Joel 11. Sutherland as Surveyor of this port, vice Alexander Ferguson, removed Comment is needless. Captain Tyler, what are you aboutt The difference in exchanges are variously estimated. Boston, 1 discount a k premium; New York, i discount a $ premium: Baltimore, } dis. a i nreiu.; Richmond, lj a lk dis.: Charleston, 1J a 2J dis.; Augusta, 2 a 2J dis ; Nashville, 5 dia.; Louisville, a 8 dis , New Orleans, par to 1 prern.; Mobile, 18 dis ; Cincinnati. 2 dis.; Treasury Notes, par; Exchange on England, liJ a t>4> with but little doing. There is also scarce any transactions on Paris and Amsterdam. In consequence of the disagreeable state of the weather, throughout the entire day, there was no sales a' the stock board. Indeed, complete stagna. tion of all business prevailed tin all classes of the community. NOTICE.?Whereas B.tmuel Bemheiuier, of Byrat use, ha* cled a* the agent ol H. Bcrnlirrniri it Brother*, merchant* in the city of New York, in the collecting of debts at 8yracu*e, and in other business, all persons are hereby notified that hi* power a* *uch a/rent hat been revoked, aud all persons ate hereby forbidden to trantacl any business with him. a* inch agent; and whereas Samuel Bernhrimer and Jacob Bloch, eonstunting the fum of 8. Beinheuner k Co.. of Syracuse, have this day assigned to H. Bernhrimer It Brothers, of New York, all the goods, debts and demands ol every description; therefore, all persons are hereby loibiddeo to pay any nebls to said 8. Bernhrimer It Co. or either of said firm after this date?and all payments of said demands may hereafter be made to fierrmsn Bernnetmer.Emanurl Bernhrimer or Simon Beruheimer, he my the firm ol' H Beiubeimer k Brothers, one of whom will M found at Syracuse by any prison wishing to maks payments; and on whom all |?rsons ind- bted are requested to call immediately ana settle their accounts and notes. Dsted Syracuse, N- Y.. Nov, 2d, UM2. nS In'r H BERNHK1MKR fc BROTHERS. / YRKIS TOOTH WASH?Pre pared from the original reV ci|>eatNo.l Wold street. New Yrok?The Oms Tooth Wash is purely a vegetable preparation, poaaesstu the properties o Mieaaing the teeth ana month restoring the guns to a healthy state, and preventing any unpleasant taste 01 odour in the mouth, whether arising from decayed teeth 0( fiont a de ranged state of the stomach. It is designed to be need with a tooth brash, and will be found to supersede the aeceesitr # fa pewder .keeping the teeth clean and pre venting the wearing away ol the tuns Tr m the teeth. It is particularly useful in cases of spungy gums, lestoriog them to a healthy state, and causing them to contract around the teeth. In iwinful affections of the teeth and gums, arising fVom exposure to eold, it will be found highly beneficial. It is particularly serviceable to use the Orris Tooth Wash tt night just before retiring to rest. This raothod is recommended by eminent dentists, as by so doiug sll particles of food which accumulate during the day arc rntuely removed, and the mouth kept through the uight id a clean. sweet, and healthy state. Bound teeth and white teetn are the moat valuable portion* of poor humanity-, but how many neglect the attention necessary for their preservation, even when surrounded by all tho means needed. Among three we know of Done more pleasant and effectual lhau the Orris Tooth Wash?it cleanses and whitens the teeth, strengthens the turns, purifies the month, and sweetens the breath. We recommend its use to all, young and Id.?(Boston Morning Poet. The Orris Tooth Wash is the beet detergent we ever used on ,nienamel.?(Boston Transcript. For sale by the principal druggists in trie city nt T LI A VDfcN'8 HTKiX QUILLS.?The subscribers nave tor n sale, rome recently improved modifications of these eat client and i opular Pens. The " Rraoy Writer" is unanimously voted the King of Pens ?combining eminently flexibility and peruuuence. The " Dickens" is considered the best pen for the price in the ma-ket. The " Union" cannot fail to anit every body, affording at 12)4 emu a card (at wholesale) aia different varieties of Pena. The " New York" every merchant will have in hia coaming room who has tried them. Together with the famous Double Patent and Combination am i Pens, with many others, for sale by 'he agrnti. nil lm?re JJk I' HA VDKN. 3 Piatt st. LADUkff' Bilk ami Merino Under Ve>ls lor sale by JOHN M. DA VIICS A JONKH, (i72 lie* ins Wiliism eor of John ata. CARPETING?. pARrtTINOS. CARPKTINOB?Cheaper than ever?AJ V those who are in want of carp-tings, notice the following: All wool Ingram Carpeting, only 3s per yard. " ultra " 4a " " ?U|>er " 4a id" " extra inp " 3s " " double " 3s 6d" Three ply, superior pattern* and celors, la do do do extra qualtp. Its ICngliah Brussels, extra. Is* Wilton and Velvet Carpeting, equally low. Together with a large assortment of druggets, oilcloths, rugs, doormats, table and piano covers india matting, atair ruda, Be., the largest vtock ol goods in the city. Purcnssers would nod It to their decided interest to call and examine this sroek before looking elsewhere. R. SMITH, JR., 444 Pcerl st, Opposste William street. N. 1?Heavy Jute Carpeting at the low price of Is 4d per pari! Hema.l.. Trn iUWl ojllm'r 1'HOMAS JONfcS, accountant, IU Broadway, rrareelfully announces lh?l he has eommenOfd lor the teaeon to giro i renin* luairarllou lu Book-k.-e|>ii>f .Prmnanthipand Commercial Arithmetic. The mail) handful, of. ? lormer pnpili who are now holding aitaahomofthe higheatrestwnaibility as clerks anil bookkeepers in ihia city, afford the beat posaible teat for any enquiry aa to tha menu of a system of inatrwrtion which has grown om of many yeat of expert nee An adequate diligence euder the coorae here puisaed will secure to a eta dent the ability lo diarharge all the dnueti ol the deak in a rnaa terly mannrr, aod gi'ehim a knowledge of accoua a anch aa ii eery rarely attained thronyh yeara of experience. Certifleefea of onalilication are gteen when deaereed. TO PAHICl>TH?Certains honra of the day are drroted to the inat/uctioD of a few young gentlemen who desire a thorough pretention for Ouainrm, Published and for aafe by the author, "Jonea'a Pnocinlea and Practice of Book keeping," leo. price IJa. Thu ia the only American work on the aohjee. reprinted in Koglend. It ia alao idopted in I he Aral Acaue m ie Iuatitaiioiia in Una city, no Im'r KNCONOV1Y AND RKTRKNCIIMKNT. Cheapest Caah Tailoring Katabli>hment in the city at HUbHKLL, PATRICK A CO 'S Pearl atreet. Frock and Drea* Cimis made to order, at from f II to |l<; Bearer Oren mu, in rate style, (10 to Bit; end eeery other article of clothing eqnaly cheat. O-nllemen finding their ow i cloth can hare their r'otliea made ir, and a good At warranted, at the following price* (ey-ry article warranted): Dreaa and Frock Coals made and trimmed, from 14 M to |T Pants, ' I t) to I Veate, " " " I M to t N B?Nasal and Military outfits ehear, and promptly executed oM lm*ee

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