Newspaper of The New York Herald, January 16, 1843, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated January 16, 1843 Page 1
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TH Vol. IX.?No. 16.?Whole Mo. To the Public. In congratulating our reader*, patroni, advertisers and the pnblic in general, on the glorious advent of the birth day of our Lord and Savior, we sincerely assure them of the feelings of gratitude that we feel for the unexampled support and patrouage extended towards the Herald, not only during the last year, but ever since its establishment in May, 183ft. In the space of time that has elapsed since the organization of this establishment, no newspaper ever passed through such a fiery trial of attacks, abuse, libels, and atrocious calumnies, as we have experienced. Yet in the midst of such misrepresentation, we have prospered to our heart's content, and overcome every obstacle made to our - progress. We have at this moment, the laigeet, the beet, and the molt resectable circulation of snu newtvaner in New York?and our advertising patronage is so great, that we have difficulty to find room fer the favors of our generous patrons. In proof ol this we annex the following documents, which speak to the mind at once New You* Herald ) Bui* Owice, N. Y., ) Owice, Nov. 1, 1843. J Aug. 29, 1843. ) Messrs. Persse fc Brooks : Mr. H. V. Butler :? Gentlkmbn :? Sir .? Please to deliver at the Please deliver at the Sun Herald Office, New York Office, N. Y., five hundred Seven hundred and fifty reanu of paper per week, for reams per week of the small six months from the lMh of sited paper 33 >133? for the October, 1843, to be of this Daily Herald. qusility, site and weight, the Also 60 reams per week of same to be paid for in cash the large sized 33 X46 for the every two weeks. Weekly Herald,for one year M. Y. BEACH, irom this date, to be of qutJi- I accept the above order, ty equal to this specimen - and agree to furnish the paraymenls to be made each per accordingly. week in cash, in full for that H. V. BUTLER, week. Aug. 31,1843JAMES O. BENNETT. Witness, M. S. Beach We accent the above order and will deliver it as directed. FERSPE k BROOKS, No. 61 Liberty street. {sr.;?-. i It has been well known that the Sun newspaper, in consequence of its cheapness, had for several years the largest circulation in New York. This circulation, from obvious causes, has diminished very much of late, and is now hardly half of what it has been in former years. As a natural consequence, its advertising patronage has diminished in a like ratio, as may be seen by looking at its columns. The evidence of the decline in its circulation is exhibited in the contract with Mr. Butler, published by Mr. Beach himsell, as contrasted with our contract made with Persse k Brooks. Now, Mr. Butler, like Porsse k Brooks, is a i highly respectable man, and a good paper manufacturer? although the paper he furnishes to the Sun is of a cheaper, and ol course a worse quality than what we have invariably used for the Hei aid. It is evident from these contracts, I t hat we consume about one-third more paper per week than Mr. Beach of the Sun, and accordingly our circulation is, in the same ratio, more extensive. The nature of this cir cuUtion i* aUo different. The Bun circulate* among tbe poor principally?but our* among the higher and more educated claws? particu larly the clerical, financial, literary, and commercial. Our advertiiing patronage ha* alio increased much?a* it must naturally do among a business and intelligent people, capable of seeing their best and truest interests. By inspecting the Sun, it will be seen that whole columns consist of old advertisements, stuck in to fill up spacewhile other columns contain silly love stories, instead ot tho important news of the day, which they seldom publish till the day after. These are the facts ?but we do not blame Mr. Beach fo this decay. Necessity compels him?and necessity has no law. He has neglected his newspaper entirely for the i last two years?and has turned hi* attention, probably to what he thought abetter business. His place has been changed into a broker's office, for shaving Jacksonville notes, Ulster notes, and Malone notes, all known under the namoof" Beach leaves." He has also united with the business of a " money changer," that of a small shop for the sale of the cheap literature of the day. Probably he 1 has ran ihto these two kinds of business in anticipation ol i the setting of the Sun, which has suffered awfully of late from the combined energy of the other penny and two-penny press, in collecting early news. Thess facts present the true state of the case to the public. There can be no mistake in the documents ot Mr. Butler and Messrs. Perssn It Brooks?and henceforth the public will know the cause why the Herald has become the principal organ for the cash business advertising in New York We leave all the credit business to the Wall street press. For the favors we have received we return our thanks, and hope by our industry and independence to merit a continuance hereafter of the like kindnesses, always with tho cash in advance. A merry Christmas to all. JAMES GORDON BENNETT. To tbe Public. THE NEW YORK HERALD-daily newspaper-published every day of the year except New Year's day and Fourth of July. Price 2 cents per copy?or $7 28 per annum?postages paid?cash in advance. THE WEEKLY HERALD-publishedevery Saturday morning?price 8} cents per copy, or $3 12 per annumpostages paid?cash in advance. ADVERTISERS are informed that the circulation of the Herald is over THIRTY THOUSAND, and increasing fast. It hoe tht largeit circulation of any paper in tkii city, or the world, and it therefore, the beet channel for bueinett men in the city or country. Price* moderate?cash in advance. NEW YORK LANCET, published weekly, price 12} , cents per single copy?S cents by the quantity. The price of this valuable periodical has hitherto been too cheap, in comparison to its utility, intelligence, and I workmanship. It has, therefore, been advanced to $3 per annum for one year?$3 lor a half year?or 12} centa per ^ single copy?cash in advance, and postages paid. REVOLUTIONARY RELICS, or Letteb. addressed by distinguished men to George Clinton, formerly Governor of New York, during tho revolution, and first pub. lished by permission of his grandson, Col. Beekman. A beautiful octavo edition in numbers?price 12} cents each. THE ATHENEUM, & New Moisthlt Jovssal of I America* and Koeeiois Literature, Science, and the Fuse Arts?Each number adorned with a beautiful an Igrnviug ? pilub uiiij i * j ucuia cnuu. PRINTING of all kinds, execute J at the moit moderate i , rices, and in the most elegant style. JAMES GORDON BENNETT, Proprietor or thr Herald Establishment, Northwest corner of Fulton and Nassau streets. AOENTR, The following is a list of the agents for the Hnrald, where subscriptions will be received, and single numbers ars found ler sale regularly :? at what rlacs. aorivts. I Boston, George W. Redding. ! I'hil..delphia G. B.Zieber. i Baltimore W. Taylor. [I Washington, D. C G. B. Zicber A Co. [' Buttal?, N. Y T M. Hawks. I New Haven, Conn T. H. Pease. | ftsriford, Conn J. W Judd, Ll AJbony, N. Y . .O. Jones. P Troy, N. Y.. . H. Green. H Lansingb'rg k Waterford.N Y. Thomas P. Richards I Newara, N. J >D. Smith. II Catakill. N. Y H. Rowe. B New Orleana I.C.Morgan. I Cincinnati, O Robert Camahan. l'aterson, N. J Matthew Dougherty. I Norwich, Con Morgan Safford. I Rochester, N. Y L- Moore. I Elir.ahethtow n, N. J Samuel Crsne. I New Brunswick, N. J William Solomon, St. Louis, Mo Woodward A Mathews. Charleston Amos Head. I Hudson, N. Y George Clare. I Augusta, Or S.A.Holmes. I Muhi'o, Ala Milton Bollemet. I roughkeepsie Levi Smith. I Trenton J. Rannsley. I Pittsburg. Ta Jos. P. Israel. I Louisville, Ky W. A. Ilaldeman. I Wheeling. Va J. II. Thompson A Co. I New Lotulou, Con L. L. Sperrj . I Newport William A. Fry. I lilies J. B Loak. I Savannah. Oi Amo- Head. I Na>hville, Tenn .A. Billings. I HM) THE LOVF.R8 _ OF SUPERIOR BLACK TEAI 1 Huwi|os'? Mistnie?This ettremely drlici. nt suit unparalI It ted Tf-a. so highly celebmtad in China i d Europe, just im I ported, is now for sale SI th* Canton Tee Company's Oetieral I l'es Kstiihl.i.oni ut, 1JI l .hvbsmst. New York?In Chines* I park .'get, Pnev M cents and SI. jl'i lin'r I yt' II ? A l. S ? I'lle lis I Orel and ttnoil Will ol ' Iw old eilaMlv lilt C , d au I si It known Oyttsi House, No. 841 Broadway, p II Veiog II) a desirable partof Oie city foi ihe above business, s'd I doing a (sir business in consult ration ol th. hard timaa. The I propria 'or wiahea to diapoae of tha above place in conatqufnce I ot ill health. ! or furthsr partim'srs, Duuirr ol fpW#t*i TUNIS HAUOWOUT, IS* Bowefy. E NE NE\ FOR NEW ORLEANS. LOUISIANA AND NEW YORK LINE OF PACKETS M ?& ?& M Ml Foi tin- be tier accommodation oT shippers, n i? intended t# lespatch a hi|> from this "ort on the 1st, Vh, 10th, lit it. 20th, and !5lh ol each mouth, coin eticiug tin- 10th October ami cobtiuung until May, when regular days will he appointed for the remainder of the year, whereby great delays and disappointment* will he i reventrd during the sutniner month*. The following hip* witi commence this arrangeineut : Ship YAZOO. Captain Cornell. Ship OCONEE. C aptain Jackson. Ship MISSISSIPPI Captain Milliard. Ship LOUISVILLE, Captain Hunt. Shv 8HAKSPEARE, Captain Miner. Ship (JASTON, Captain L.umiii Sinp HUNTSVILLE. Captain Mmnford Ship OC.MULtiEE Captain L??vitt. Snip NASHVILLE, Captain Dickiaaoa. Slop MEMPHIS, Captain Knight. Slap LOUISA, Captain Mulford. These ships were all built in tha city of New York, express for |?ckels, are of light drall of water, have recently been wly ro|>pered and put in splendid order^with accommodations tor passengers unequalled for comfort. They are commanded by esperienced masters, who will inak* every exerttan to give reuerai satisfaction. They will at all limes be towed up anil lown the Mississippi by steamboats. Neither the owners or captains of theie ships will be responsible for jewelry, bullion, precious stones, silver or plated ware, ?r for any Utters, parcel or package, sent l j o i pit cu board ol them, unless regular bills cf .adtug are taken for the same tt>4 the value theieou expressed. For freight or passage, apply E. K. COLLINS <k CO., 56 Sooth St., or HULLIN h WOODRUFF, Agent in New Orleans, who will promptly forward all gomla to their addx-ss. The snip* of this line are warranted to sail punctually as advertised, and great care will bu taken to have die goods correctV measured. ln< XRWT.'iNK OF LIVERPOOL PACKETs. r? ailfrom New York on the 26th aud Liverpool ou the 13th uf each munth. jf&t jilib 4^ ^ From New York. Ship OAKRICK, Captain Win. Skiddy, 26th October. Ship KOSClUS, Captain John Collins, 26th N'ovember. Ship SIDDONS. Captain E. B. Cobb, 26th December. Ship SHERIDAN, Captain K. A. Drpeyster, 25Ui January. From Liverpool. Ship SIDDONS, Captain e. B. Cobb, 13th October. Ship SHERIDAN,Captain F. A. Depeyster, 13th NoveniY Ship OARllICK, Captain Wm. skiddy, 13th December. Ship RO.SCIU8, Captain John Collins, 13th January. Theaei hint arc all ol the first chut, upwards of tttt I', us, bnilt , tithe city of New York, with such improvements ascouibiue treat speed witli unusual comfort for passengers. Every carc has been taken in the arrangement of their accommodations The price of passage hence is $100, for which ample stores w ill be provided. These ships are commanded by experienced masters, whn will make every eiertiou to give general aristaetion Neither the captaius or owners of the ships will be responsible for ai y letters, parcels or packages sent by them, unless regular b Us of lading are signed therefor. For Ireightoi pas.'.4ge, apply to E. K. COLLINS ?t CO., 56 South st? New York, or to WM. fc JAS. BROWN Ik CO., Liverpool. Letters by the packets will be charged 12% cents per single sheet: 60 cents per oance, and newspapers I cent each. ol ojld line Liverpool packets. "" M >m sk THE OLiHTnE of PaHtet^TLiverpoo^Uniereafler be A despatched ill the following order, etcepting that when the Jay of sailing falls ou Sunday, tne ships will sail on the succeedug day. For New York. For Liverpool. The SOUTH AMERICA, (June 1 July 19 616 tons. < Oct 1 Nov 19 D.O.Bailey, r Feb 1 Mar 19 The ENGLAND, ( June 19 Aug 7 760 tons, < Oct 19 Dec 7 B. L. Waite. f Feb 19 April 7 The OXFORD, (July 1 Aug 19 BOO tons, < Nov 1 Dec 19 J. Kathbone, f March 1 April 19 The EUROPE, (July 19 Sept 7 610 tnus, < Nov 19 Jan 7 E. G. Marshall f Mar 19 May 7 The NORTH AMERICA, (Aug 1 Sept 19 619 tons. < Dec 1 Jan 19 A. B. Lowber. f April 1 May 19 The NEW YORK. ( Aug 19 Oct 7 900 torn, t Dec 19 Feb 7 T. B. Cropper. ( April 19 June 7 The CAMBRIDGE. (Sept I Oct 17 50 tons, < Jan 1 Feb 17 W. C Barstow.f May 1 June 19 The COLUMBUS. (Sept 19 Nov 9 7UU IOI1S, XjaU 13 .?U 3 O. A. Cole. ( May 19 July 7 Punctuality, as legards the day of sailing, will be observed at heretofore. The price of passage on t ward is now filed at On? Hundred Dollars, for which ample stores ofeverv description will lie provided, v. ith the exception ol wiues and liquors, which will be furnished hy the stewards. GOODHUE At CO ,61 South st., C. H. MARSHALL, 38 Builiug-slip, N. Y. K2< lvh BARING BROTHERS At CO.. TAPSCOTT'S GENERAL PASSAGE OFFICE, 43 PECK SLIP, NEW YORK. Ml M M M The subscribers lev to call the attention of their Irieuds and the public generally, to their superior arrangements for bringing out passengei* from, nid remitting money to, any par' of Eugland, Iii-land, Scotland oi Wales, in tne magnificent packet shins, comprisi in the ~ new LINE OK LIVERPOOL PACKETS,* VIZ.:Ship ROSC108, Capt. Collins. Ship 8IDDONS,Captain Cotib. ship SHERIDAN, Captain Densystcr. ShipOARRI' K, Captsin Skidly. New ship HOTT1NOUER, Captain Bnrsley. Ship SOUTHERNER, Captain Woodhotise. Ship ROCHESTKR. Capiatn Palmer. New ship LI VERPOOL, Captain F.'dredge. Sailing twice every mouth; md with the " UNITED LINE." comiKised of superior first class American ships, sailing every ten days, will make five ships in ea'li mouth throughout the Eear, (or one every sn days) thereby preventing the potsi ility of unnecessary detent iuu. Passages direct from London, Bristol and Oeen"ch to New Yoik Also f ona Livrrp-ol to New Orleans, Mobile, Sava" ash, Charleston. Philadelphia, Boston and B tltimore, and lha vario s por-s in Briti h North Aineric i, canst all times i?ec gaetd on liberal terms. Persons wishing lo send for 'h- ir frieuds, will not fail to see the advantages to he deriv, d >iom selecting this hue in preference to au\ other, and lliey mty rest assured that unusual care will be taken to make .lie paasage agreeab'e, ike shi|w being fitted up with ?u rye solelv lo the com'ortof passengers. In all cases where the parties sent for derline Cuming, the money will be refund- d without any deduction, as usual. A free passage Irom the v arsons seaports of Ireland aud Scotland can also be secured. The regular pui kets for which the subicribei* are agent*, sail a* follows, rir. ?To and from London on the 1st, lOth. and 7(1 h of each moon. To and from Liveri>ool o? the 1st, 7th. *3th, I9'h, and ?5thof each mouth New Orleans. Mobile, . Charleston, weekly throughout the season. REMITTANCES. Persons in the ronntrv wishing to tend money to their friends by enelosing the sum they wish seut, with the name aud address of the parties to receive it, m.y rely on a draft for the amount being forwarded per fir" picket, after the receipt tnrreof, aud an acknowledgement for the same returned per mail. Drafts at sight, for any amount, are payable on demand, without discount or any o:tv r charge, al the National and Provin cial B uiks of Irela- d and branches, Eastern B ink el Scotland, Greenock, and their branches, Messrs. James Bu't, 8"n StCo., Bankers, London, Exchange and Discount Bank, Liverpool, and in iveiy principal town of Great Rrpain and Ireland. Further puticnlara made known <>n application, if by letter, post paid,to rtty r W. ?t J. T TArSCOTT. 4', Peek Slip. N. York. m A jft M. lA^WkTS KOI^a^nSElinjES^The Undermentioned shins will he irgularly dispatched Irom hence sod limn Marseilles ou the 1st of each month during the year, thus? From New York. Ma seilles MINERVA,Capt Brown, N .v 1. Jan 1 H'RY THOMPSON, Cap Sylvester. Dec I. Feb 1 COURIER, Cant Dugan, Jan 1. Marl TRESCOTT. Cart Lawrence, Feb I. Apl 1 HELLESPONT, Capt Adams, Marl. May 1 CORIOLANUS, Cap Haile, Apl 1. Jun I They are all cnopere# and copper fastened,and have excellent accommodations for passengersThe price uf cabin passage will be 11011, exclusive of wines and liquors. Goods addressed to ROYD k HINCKEN, the t gents, will be forwarded free of other harges than those actually paid. For freight or passage apply io O. BROOM At CO.. or to _o?r BOYD At HINCKEN. Agents SPRING ARRANGEMENT FOR 1RI3. M M. M M. OLlTESTABLI^H K11 EIVPTTITANT KV^SALIE OFFICE. No. Al SOUTH STKEET, N. Y. PASSAGE to and frmn Orett Britain and Irel nd liy the reA gular line of pseki t>, sai lug on the 1st, 7lh, 13th, ltthaud 25th o'each month. The old Blaek Ball line of packets are as follows:? Ship NEW YORK Cnpisin Cropper, " CA MRHIUGE, Ceptsin B nstow, " COI.UMBUS, Captain Cole, " EL ROPE, Captain Enrber, " SOUTH A v ERIC 3, Captain Bailey, " NORTH AMsRU A Captain Lowber, " EvOLAND. Captain Waite, " OXfrOKO.Caitain Rathhone The Coininereial Line is composed of lorty superior, fast ssilhig shipi, all coRliiian led hy mi n of great ei|ierieiice. First eliss sh'ps will al o he de-p? chrd Irom Liverpool lo Bo-too, >,?! Mf,l,il?. Il.r,',. mil ,?.?,lh Inlt^lli more, Charleston ami Savannah, twice a month; to th? ditTerrnt ports in Butish Noith Ametic* weekly. I he subscriber, iu makiug known hi* arrangemeats far lite year l|4't, brg* to * 11 the attention of I hone person* rciidinff in the United States and Canada. wi.o with to i?ri lor their friend* to eflif lro.ii Kiuloid, In Ian 1, 8 cot I and and Wales, that they can aJwiva bs MCdiMcdfttiil b) tat lineol packet ahipasailina is above; and in order to five more fac lity and quirk despatch to the emigrant, nr*t cla?* well-known American thipi.comprising the Commercial Line will, in add it ion to the pickets, he de*|Nitched by tiis L<v?rpool agents, every three or four day* dimmr the season^ thereby avoiding my detention Those sending for their friends may rest assured ihat every thing connected with his business will be executed with his tasuul pmmptness With the^eainngemeiila the subscriber hopes to command a preference for this line, and a continue f'Oi ol the public patronage whiih h s been so liberally kestowku for many >? ars |xi*t; and in all cases when parties decliue coming the money is refunded, as customary: a free pa*sage can also secured by steamboat* from the ports in Ireland and ? oil and 10 Liverpool. Kemittanct s and Urahs?W ith regard to his arrangeuients I.)'the | ayinent of his drafts, they are such a* to warrant every ??M?f action, ?nd are paid at *|t 'he fcinUit g houses on ut is inn. throuirlMiui tJi? *? Dittain and Ireland 'I ho* prisons,there- I t. ? fh'<?n^,, Mit ?he Umted State, who wish to Ve"it inntiky to 'ten irieiiu- residing in any part of the United Kingdom^ will pie se no?'re on the r? reiid ol ihe amount here, with n mf .hid i d ircetve it, * drwl i it I ratrol i**r pom. Ji inciting, wilt be forwarded per stra^ lhi|? or Us fl It p Cket ship A r\y receipt or dutdicatc of Mink r? turned Ihiougli the post office. Kor further pait.cularsapply, (if by Inter post psiafTn Ji^^ w"o'?1 South street, or J U W. K--III? ,<>N a,,,.,,.,,IMi ' ,n<l Nrptnn. ?*. W?u,| L,,,.r.)00|. in Scoil.^il?Vl orf wiig|,i {. i;.,, ui;u,o?, In lr.-Ulnl? Dinni. Drl'iiv, h??|., liiitilin; Jofcrrih Allfii & Co . 11,11 ml; Mr. Win. C.irn*, Lobim.d. rry;\ VItart?V. t?>l . Coih '.I j., WANTED?A ^ .or . ,h, JHEKi |'i6 Sooth ,tTMt. jTlitlg W YC V YORK, MONDAY MO SEW JERSEY RAILROAD* AND TRANSPORTATION COMPANY. NEW YORK ANI) NEWARK. Fare x ilm nl to 't.l cent a. From tne loot oI Can rt limit rtreel, New York. (Every day?Sunday tihr epted.) Leave* New York Leave* Newark U 9 A.M. All l>. M. At 1%, A.M. At IK P.M. "X Jo 4 do. 8 do. 3X do. do 9 do. 6 do. 7 do. }> 19 do. ON SUNDAYS. Fiom the loot ol C?urtt iadt meet. Leave N> w York, Leave Newark. At 9 A. M. and Ik P M. At Ik P. ,\1. and 10 P. M nKW yokk, Elizabeth town. Leave New York. Leave Kliz.ib.-ch Town. 9 A. M. 7 A. M. 2. P.M. 8k A.M. 2X ? '* A. M. 4X p. M. Ik M. 3 P. M. 9X " The train* for Weatfield. riaintteld. Bouudbrook.fcomcrville, Ike., connect with the 9 A M, 2 anil P M traiu* Irom New Yotk, daily, Suud&v* enrepted. Fare beiweeu New York and Elizabeth Town 2J rent*. Fare between do and Somerville, 7J cent*. NEW YORK. UAH WAY AND BRUNSWICK Fare reduced, f rout tho fool of Liberty ureel, daily. LcaieNi-w York. Leave N?w Bruuawick At 9 A. II. At ^k A M 2ft P. M. 7^2 " 12* 9 P. M. On Sundays 'he 514 aud 7}? A.M. 'rlpa from New Brunswick i:nl 2% P. M. train froui Now V irk, are Knitted. Fare between New Yo-*t tan New Bruiuwick, 7J cents. Rahwny, 50 eent? The IV ro in ihe and 734 A. M. train from New Brncswick, aud 214 and 15* r. M. train from New York, baa been re dated. New York and New Brunswick, to SO cents. " ai.71 Rabway to 37)4 " Passengeis who procure their tickets at the tickel oiTiCe, re eeive a ferry ticket gratis. 'Picket* are received by tlie con doctor oulv on the Jay when purchased. nil 3m* W INTEKARFA ;utMEN'l. DIRECT. Via Newnrk, New Brunswick, Princeton, Trenton, Bordea town and Burlington THROUGH IN SIX HOURS. Leave New York, (roin the loot of Liberty atreet. daily, at 9 AMandtKPM. Tn? morning t,>ue nroccedt to Uon'entown, trout lln nce by to t'hiiartelphia. The Evening Line proceeds direct to Camden, (oppoaite Philadelphia) without change of cars. Passengers will procure tlieir tickets at the office foot ol liberty atreet, where a cotntnodioua steainboit will be iu readiness*. with baggage cratea on board. Philadelphia baggage cratea are conveyed from city to citv, without being opened by the way. Eitch train la provided with a Ladiea Car, in which are apartment* and dressiur rooms cipressly for the Ladiea uae. Returning, the liuea leave Philadelphia from the foot ol Cheatuut atreet by railroad from Camdeu, at 9 o'clock A M,aud 5 o'clock, P M. The Line* for Baltimore, leave Philadelphia at 7 A M, and 1 P M, being a combination of the linea from New York. *22 3m * r DAILY PACKAGE KXPKh 8S ? Alt KOR ALBANY, IHtOY, AND BUFFALO. By the H.nii :tunu It.." It - I, 'ruouiii: ilirough from Una City tij Albany in Hour* Leavea at 7 o'clock in the morning. The subscriber* have made arrangements the Housatoni Kail Read Company, to run an Espress Car (esclmively for ou own purpose) daily, over tlie-r road with Ine passenger train, mnning through to Albany in twelve hours, and are now prepared lo receive and forward at low rate*. Specie. Bank Note*, Packages, Bales and Cases of Gooda, tic., for any of the above named or int-rmediate places. Will attend promptly to the collection and payment of bills, notes, dialu and accounts, and such other bnsineas as may be entrusted to tneir cire. _d2r POMKROY It CO. 2 Wall s-reet, New York. PUL.1JSN te COPP'a NEYmM.-EAL EXPRESS. Messrs. Harndcu & Co. having disposed of tlieir route Irom New York to Albany and Tioy, the ;ub?cribers, the old conductors of Harndeu ii Co's Northern Esnress, from New York, will continue to run as hrretofore^eavin^ New York, Albany and Troy, Daily , and count ct at Ttoy with Jacobs' Montreal Espress, aud will forward Specie, Bank Notes, Pick tges Bundles,Cases of Goods, fee in SIIV tilsre h,ta M.w VnrL sod Mmilr^.l sill throughout the Canada's. Also blast, from Troy and Albany to Boston, aud West from Albauy to Buffalo. All business entrusted to their charge will be promptly attended to. Particultr attention wi't be paid to the collection of ii. tes, drafts, acceptances, &c.. and prompt returns made for the same, PULL,EN It CyPP. O(Bees?Pull, it ft f"opp, 2S Wall street. New York. Tims. (rough, I j Ktrhauge, Albauy. A (J. Ktlkins, 238 River street, Troy. S. Jacob's Kschange Court, St Paul st, Montreal. REFERENCES. New Yor*. Albsfty. Troy. Prime, Ward It King, E. J. Humphrey, Jno Payne, Jacob Little, It Co.. Thoa. Cough. P. Weils, John T. Smith, ft Co., 8. K. Stow, Peooou ft Hoffman, C. 9. Douglass, Car|>enter ft Vermilye, f. Leake Houghton ft Co. Drew. Robinson ft Co. nil NEW YOKK AND BOSTON KAIL KOAD LINE. Via Norwich siso Worcrstf.r Railroads. Composed of the following superior steamers ruuuiug in connection with the Norwick ft Woreester and Worcester ft Boston Hail K ,808? WORCESTER. Capt. J H. Vanderbilt. NEW HAVEN, Cape J K. Dnstau. CLEOPA 1'KA, Capt On and altei Monday, Nov.21st,this line will be run tri-weekly, leasing New York, Tuesdays, Thursdays aud Saturdays only, at 4 P. M. .From Peek Slip, East Kiber. The new and splendid steamboat NEW HAVEN, Captain J. K. Duilan, will leave every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoon, at 4 o'clock. Passengers lor Boston will be forwarded immediately on the arrival of tha above boats at Norwich, and will proceed without change of cars or baggage. For further information, enquire at the office of L). B. ALLEN. 39 l'ei> slip, up stairs. All persons are forbid trusting any oue on account of the above boats or owners. n2'ir BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN ROYAL .MAIL STEAM SHIPS, Of 1200 tons and 446 horse power each. Under contract with the Lords of the Admiralty. BRITANNIA. J Hewitt. Commander. CALEDONIA, E. O. Lott, .to ACADIA, A. Ryrie do COLUMBIA, E. C. Miller, R N do Will sail from Boston, via Halifax. rnnM viton. rr.oM litrHpool* Britannia, Hewiti, Jan 1 Caledonia, Lott, Feb I Jan I Acadia, Rvne, Mar 1 Feb I Colombia, Miller, A|>'l I Mar 4 Passage Money?From Boston to Lirerpool, SI3>? Boston to Halifax J20. These sh.|>? carry experienced surg-ous. No Berths seen red until paid frr. Not*..?Merchandir.r and Specie (except for personal ei Dense*) sltiuix .1 under the uame ol lugg'ge will be chanted at fretgnt, and liable to Custom Home Regulation*. Apply to n3y r _ I). BHIOHAM. JR.. No. ? Wall-st. " S'lATJbJN IOLANU PhKKY ^3- Foot of Whitehall street On and after Dec. 3d, the stesmer STATEN ISLANDER, will run as follows, nmil further uotice :? LEAVE STATEN ISLAND. NEW VORK. S'? A M, 9A.M. Id 12S 2P. M. P. M, d3 r <V xMQ 0* KKOULAR OPPOSITION TO CATS KILL, and inter.ned isle landings, wuhnut tow barer* ? Regular .lays f.nm Catrskill, Mon days, Wednesdays aod Fridays. Fiotn New York, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.?hare to or from Catukill, VI cents. ?Berths itcentt?Sapper 25 cants. Th. new anil fist steamer WAVE. Captain Vand'rhilt. will Icve Robinson st pier Thursday Nov. 17th, at life o'clock. For for.tier particulars inquire ol the ca lain on board. By runninic on the rtays'abofe named, there will h? a daily com inunieation oetwet n < atskill aud New Vork (and intermediate places) for freight indjiasaage it reduced prices, ntlr xdCT* BLACK BALL, or Old Line LIVK.HPOOL rtJvJPV Packet*.?Regular racket of i?h of Jauu<ry.?The JWedUsH^ ... gi.irtccn' f'?' tailing (avoiitu packet sh'p SOU'I II A uKHIliA, Cai t Davit O Biilev, will soil positively ou Thursday, the I9'b lust., her regular day. The accommodations of ibis lavont" and well known line for cub.n, 2d cahm ana steerage rs are unsurpassed by any other Parties returning to the old country will f.n.l n io their comfort and silvan age to srlect this conveyanci. For passage, and to secure good broths, will plras' make early .,p ol oat ion on board, loot of Becliinau street, or to the sulx sc fibers, ROCHE BROTHER* St CO., 35 Fulton st, next door to the Fulton Bsnk. N. B The South America will ssil Irom Lirrrieiol on the 7th of March?those sending for their relatisea ran have iliern brought onl in her, or in any of the Packets comprising this splendid Line, which sail from tha' port punctually on the 7th and 19t h of each Month. Fori .usage apply as above. The Packet Ship Columbus will succeed the South America and sail for Liver|>ool un the 1st of February, her regulirilay. )T'b I'Al KE'J FOR IIAV KK,?(Second Line)?The JmRvW. Ship ST. NICOLAS, John U. Pell, master, will sail on the 1st of Ftbrnarv. BOYD A HINCKF.N, jv|| r Ho (I Tnntiwe Pnildni r. XAsT- IO vTTTrTNl Ks I O KMII.AM). llir.t.A Nil C,l o PLAN I) AND V> ALE S ? Persons pror.o d .WhuLigbw tg cr temi'tiug money tosny put.* the uld r^tttt'n ex.,. iii times i.b sin torn the siibscihers Irsltiat sight, for iii un' tun on the Royal (link of Ire'and and on Messrs. Pn scstt, lirotc, A ncn V .?, Banket*, London w hiclt trr pant .Vee of discount n. tiy'hirg. whitsoevtr, in .ill the oiwt.s.'l .he United Ko gill 111 For t rois, -pply or, if tiv leiur, h ml lia.d, to ROCHE BROTHERS k CO., 35 Knltnti !, nest door ta t'.c Fiiltmi II nik. p S.?Tt.e su t*sc filter * wtl. at In terofoi' have i v guLrsuc cgsaiouol first c'ass Agtrri an ship", iniLug weekly trom Liv pool, luring the eontu year 1813. For passage, apt ly as llxive din r I'ASSA'IE FOR bAV AN N All?K.rst Rcenl.r a#I' c'.e'?The S| 1 i .lid last s il.tu packet br.g O B. BMhKwLF.MAH, Caj>t Suineimi-, will sail positively on I.-morrow, her rnsulsr day, having splendid accommodations for cabin, second cabin aud user'ge pastrngtrs. For passage early aivlicatmn should be inn'r on boa d, nr to W. ft J. T. TAPSCOTT, j 10r 11 Peck Blip, corner South street IRE E iRNING. JANUARY 16, 18 IMPORTANT TO MERCHANTS AND CLERKS. nRIRTOW'S WRITING, BOOK-KBKPING AND I' SHORT-HAND ACADKMY, No. 23< Broadway, i.r?r Park Place, continues open Day and Kvcuin^, lor Gkhtlkmti or ail a oca CHEAT REDUCTION, KROv) TWKLVE TO SIX DOLLARS! Mr BHI 'TOW, of L >0'toii, xuar.iuirei to relorm ANY WHITING, however hid, illegible, or camped, iutu a beautiful, free, expt dttiaus and finished Mercantile Srvb-. as adaon-d to all the tin suits of lif ami business. In TWKLVE KA9Y LExSON 9?for onlv S;* Dollar* ! Academi/ iVo 2IJ5 Ui (Midway, near Park Plate. Th-1, AL> IKS tre uukIiI au ?! k*^, grace'u1 and !.i hmna I b!?* Kuti'iing H n<l lit \ ossein bit- dtily *t 11 o'clock. J5* VlSITOIlS in Nrw Y irkcui tak- a our-e in Three D <vh 1 Mr. B. is to be seeu fiom9 m 1 A. M., ar fitiui 4 to 8 f. M. 1 I * \ I ? *1 C ?\ v ?1

STENOOKA pH Y. Or the amusing art of Short H ind Wiiting, taught by Mr. Bristow in twelve lessons, for taking down florin iu?, Ltcurcj, Trial-, &e. itc. as fast as auv prison can speak. m.B ?A work of the author is pesented to every pupil. rT7~ FOB SALE, a'the Academy, up stiirs, a *'Oulde to Short-4 ?id." jy 13 lm#r DiCX?T HhiP nUN I'lVILLk, froin Blow oHeam, i? A discharging t O'leans Wharf, loot ? f Wall slree' Consignees will pleam: attend to ihe rece pt of their goods imined at* ly J nmry 12. *43 jvl< ec Mil. LEOPOLD DE JANoN neg* to iiilonn hi* friends aud the public, (hit he continues giving les ous in the French oid Sp\;;ish L mgu *gei, alio ou the guitiraudthe violin, at his reideuce, 4:10 Houston street, or at those of his Pupils. References. Rev. John P ?wer, D. D. Mr. Mnrtusrelli, Consul of R?v. C.C. Pise, D. D. Naples, Kev. Wrinwrifht, D. D. Dr. E. ArnotiR, Re** T Huddart, Mr. H. C de Khun, K. T Jenk , Teacher. Mr. H. OriuncM. Mr de la Forest, Coustil of F < d '5 Ini *" WAN ThU?Uuiou biut Bills of Dover, New Jrr?? y, at half i i i cenl disci uj, by PADDOCK Ik VANVLEEK, j4 2w*r No 18 Wall street THE COMPLEXION AMD ERUPTION'S OF THE FACE, BOD V, OR SKIN, CHAPT OR TENDER FLESH, &c A MIRACLE, a Wonder, and a Blessing.?To cure auv Eruption or Distiguretin s| of the Skin, ami tender or chapt Flash, is the Italian Chemical 8oap ? The effect or this on tin skin is almost superhuman. It has received the highest encoiniums lioin the medical :.ncifp v of Puis, and is warranti d i never failing remedy for pimples, freckle*, blotches, scurvy, s 111 rhru in, tan, .u:.burn, mornhew, chut Of fender fx * l|, llC. It will change the color of dark, yellow, or discolored skill, to a youthful, healthy clearness. '1 his has often effected a cure in ra*es of ert'Moti when every other means failed. It makes the skin sin n" h soft and white, in fact, it is one of the greatest discoveries in science, aud is a never failing remedy, of which fact o..e trial will ^fttisfj ill. ItieUM ilViBlJoD ? M Vespri* ni, an I la ian physician, and is sold, wholesale and retail, by T. Jones, s<gn of the American Eagle, 82 Chathain-struet, New Yoik. Price 50 cents a cake? ne cak?* is often enough to cure iu mo*? cases. Appointed agents?Zeiber, Third or Dock street, l*l>i la<U-1 pit i .1; or next to thu Ann* lean Hotel, Winning tou, D. 8 Siatr xtieet, "as ton; 57 State-street, Albany: XC. Kiugstrect, Charleatowu, S. C ; L. F. Bailey, Morriatuwu, N, J.; K C. Ferre, Maiu s'reet, Middlelown, Ct.; 01 Mr*. H iyri, 139 Fulton-street, Brooklyn. [131 lin* ec THE GERMAN SURGEON. VJOLOMON HINK, M. D., No. 57 Reade xtieet, New York. ?7 In xr.iotula auii chrouic Ureases no charge mailt' till llir patient ix satiafied?medicine delivered gratis. All |ieraous deformed, nuder tweutv-ooe yearx, cau have their honet straightened. References given ax to uumeious palieuls who have ecu cured 10 thu city. o*7 3m*' LONDON AND MANCHESTER INDIA RUB BER GOODS \I7TfOLESALE AND RETAIL, No.t Wall xtrcet. Th '' xuhxcnber hu received and offers for sale a large assort mt-ut of nnimrled India Rubber Water Proof Uoodx, ?17.: Coats anil Ca|>ea, of superior Lama, Cashmere Lama. Persian. Mrnno aud Cotton, of all colors and sizes. Cloth?India Rubber. Water Proof, super Lama, Lama Persist! and Cotton, lire pared lor t ilors. India Rubber Webbings for suspenders, corsets, fcc. s?B 6m*r CHAM. ABRAHA.V18QN. SEGARS?SEGARS. THK following choice Messrs are always on hand at HENRIOUES'S HAVANA AND PRINCIPE 8EOAK STORE, wholesale aud retail, basement 51 William st. Ki.aulas, in half and quarter boxes Do. No. ', half and quarter boxes Noriegas, in quarter aud eighth do Para Regains, in quarter do Regalias, of a superior quality, in >a, 14 aud 1-lOtii boxes Coiicresas, in quarter boxes Trabucas, do do La Norma, do do La Ksnerantt, do do Tres Ainigos. in cartons of 20 each L'.mdou Regalias, in carious of 40 each La Pruela, 111 quarter boxes iVlisgau's spotted, in quarter boxes Pauetilla's, do. of saperior quality Yugrueudad, do Dcmoyas, do Mateos, do Pnucipcs, of the Kendon, Cruz aud bans, all.ent. to deb. Prunaveras, in quarter boxes AlrHU7ats do Coiistamias, do Bnstaraeutas, do Esinero Regalias, do Imperial uo, iuquarle oxea, a superior article. N. B.?Hotels andgroceis plied on reasonable terms. "14 (J. S. CU V DESl'ATCM POST. Pi 'ST OFFICE, New York. 25th July, 1842. HOURS of Delivery each day, (Sundays excepted) at the U tier and Lower Post Offices:? Letters ut nosited before Hal. 1 ast 8 o'clock, AMI .. u .. .. 3 " P \1 Will be sent out for deAt all the Stations before lisery at 9 A M, and 1 7 o clock, A M scd 4 o'clock, P M. II " 2 r mj Letters to be sent Free, umst have "Free Stamp" affiled to them, otherwise three cents will be collected of the tufty to arhoin the letter is addresse 1. No money must he cuclosed 1,' letters unless re: istered at t ie 1 rincipal offices. Lists ol th union* (a: all of which "Itsie slimim" may be puicbssed St $3,.'i0 per 10(1, and every inform it 10n may be obtained on ap plication at the upper or lower post < dices. S'stnjis issued b) the lite Citv Despatch Post will l?e received ll is tndispeusablr (liat the number of the residence shout I be stated iu ail letters seiit through this Post. The Post Master solicits the earliest iunn illation should ant irregularities occur. JOHN LOHI.ME-t GRAHAM au28 l\ ec Poai Master A I'll ESS -Tim- public are rr'poetfuily luformrd that the subscribers have esublisi.ed an Kxpress between New York and Newark, N. J., for the transmission aud speedy delivery of packages, bundles, money, Jtc. Sic.; the collection of holes and bills, and all other business appert tinuqt 10 au Express.? Orders for articles to he returned hy the Exprtss will be delivered free of charge. Office in New YorS at No. 7 Wa'l street and in Newark, at S.vilTH'S Newspa|ier Depot, No. 320 Broad sr. Leave New York at IIH A. M and 4lf P. M. Leave Newark at 9 A. M. aud P SI. dl9cc ADAMS It TO DOCTOR BELL. l"\OOTOR PELLd ' otrs hit personal attention (daily, onLe til 9 P. M.I to the removal of private diseases in ever; itage. All sufTiriiig under protracted cases, sggrsvated or uii successfully treated hy inex,>eri< need or pieimded practitioners? thuee Tibrring under the destructive effi cr. of nv rcniy ot quack tins rums aud nil who suspect the remains of dt ease lurking in the system, may consult Dr B. always with a gu <r nntee of a cure. Persoc 1 contemplating marriage, who hive be-n the sub jrcta ol il' licnrt dnea* 9, m y con?n't Ur. Brll with houonihl* confide ce Ptiit*niitl Irtit-ri, descrihiM the r of prisons ** a di*tatic??, hivrhi-t prompt attention Dr. B.'s reatmrnt n?rrr exposes to suspicion, ami is well known to be safe aud pennant lit. : Private office 4 ConrtUtidt street, two door* from Broad H 1? 1 1 . NEW YOtilC RAC'REP MUSIC S0< IM'V I'HK Srcotd Public Perlurmt"Ce for the Season will t<ko |il<er ?t the Tabernarle on Monday evening, 23>i January, consisting of Part I. " The tong of the Brll,"by A. Romberg, first lime in lh.s city. Part 2. Thr ' Seasons," by Haydn, which will be repeated by pvticnl -r r quest. Subscription pnee for the year, $5, which will entitle the subscriber to three tichcis of adtn stum to each public pel forma nca. 8nb?cript'o .a red ived by Firth k Hall, N". I r tani,litt square, arid J. A. Sparks, Senetary, 111 Nassau St. j y IJ I w m FKENOH'^ HOTKla. " G'HE subscriber baring completed ihe enlargement of hia a Hotel, No. o Chalbatn street, and entirely refitted it in a noeel and magnificent atyle, respectfully offer, tu attraction. to the public. The it pi a-1 part of the establishment it fitted np with lodging rooms, furn shed in the best manner and replete witb etery up onintineiit calculated to add to the content' nee anil comfort ol hiscust'imeia. These rooms will be let for the day, errs, or no nth. 1'hr principal floor eotiiaiiia a Picture Gallery, Libra-y, He liah Halo >n and Bar, arranged in a Costly aud unique style Oysters, Welsh llarebirs, Poached Eggs, and all othr t season line relishes will be serred in the best manner, and of the eery hist quality. H i liqnors will be selected from the choicest stocks in the cottulry. The Library is lar.'r, containing mauy valuable st<ndard works o' reference in s< irneo, the arts, literature and politics, 1 he historical pors'Ofl of II is rich in rare and curious works, tl lust rating the history end polities of this country, from its dis covcty to the present lime. The Gallery entrains msny fine paintings, by old masters, o( pleasing and interesting - ubircts, well worth the atlentiou of the ailupieis of art. The subscriber has spared neither pains nor egoense to render ' bis establishment worthy of an emended pu hi ie patronage It ' is his aim to supply his customers With a place m resort of an I intellectual and el. v tied character, and he iioes not hesitate to I say that tin material he has ptosirlail h?? nreer been sur|rtsaed | >n any similar establishment, here or in Europe. He therefore i corlideully invite- the public to rouse and see the desirable and J ra i nal resort he hat eat blished, eonrsncrtl .hat thev will admit ' is antefpriM to be as deserving of rnriiiiragrment and sue- | Cess, as it is nniqne and novel. RICHARD FRENCH. I N. B.---The Hotel will be closed at 12 o'clock. P. M? out lodging* c m be obt lined until 2 A M d2fMm*r * ' IKNTIFlC AND Nt-.VMl h til,I mi HUMAN i 1 HAIR HEiTOR ATIVE.-RKAD THIS THfcN JUDGE 'PHri HUMAN HAIR can positively lie testoied?*ta 2 growth cans-<1?tailing off stavd?ami dandruff cured by | 1 a scieiuifie rentedv. Before spealrtng of ihia article, let me retrr the iiuMic to the following prrsom. who having used Jones* Coral Hair Restorative, certify tna' they believe it is all it it j repretihtid?I t by applying it with slight friction to trie j scalp, the n.sir Is tbiohitely I ired to grow, to effect which, of | nurse, we n.u-' strengthen - ud innke healthy the mi f r bo .in! I! ' p ; 'iitt effected. II -etirf or dandruff is dr - lruwJ These ns|?'ct?hle prisons certify ihts- an the properties ol I Junes* I'leir Restorative ' The Hon Judge Edwards, ot Philadelphia. [ ? Phillips, Esq,, 4!I8 Bioonrie-stioef, corner ol W ster, New ; York, Mr \V Hopkins, 9" King-street, New York. , , i J Power, gr >et r? , Kiili<iu-ir?et, New York. ' J, reaisou, ENavy V ird, Chaikitown Mr Jar.iea < hi In r, llonstmr-strv et, Ness If oi k. |t wilier. I i We could give I'tC Utller nstnes ol |ierson? who use this, hut I tl,e?>- trust salisl >ll pit .>| < mo ion sense, (live it nc 1 trul, and you will In- perft ctfy iati<1ed. It g'Vta the hair a delicious, suit, thai tt, silky apiwa nr. ami feeling. Histoid at the low price of I, J <>i 8 tin I ting, i hottl-, by T Jones, sup of tbe American e, 81 Chatham-street, New Y rk; and by the c ageuts Zeiltei, Thud tod Doek^treef, Philade l|t(iia ; ' i lid us St *o the American Hotel, Washington, D.C.; 8 Stale " slteet. Boston) J7 llaie-sireel.Alh-ny; 207 King-street Chailes- n town, 8. C.; L. F- Bailey, Morristowg. N. J.; E. C. Karre, 7 Main-street, Middlrtown, Ct.; or 1J9 kuItou-street, Brookly n I *131 lin'ec C ' [ERA] 43. rjOAL'COAL! COAL!?The subscriber havtng tnkeu the yard snuti west rornrr of King and Ownwirli street. II u n* recer'ure .lull inpnly of Schuylkill and Peach Orchard ' 'ill, selected friim the best veius, vvh'ch he offers at the fob Uwirig reduced urlCes,, en s? ? Eruin the yard. Iirsl quality, broken aud screcued, $6,Ad partou ' Kay sire, " 5,50 " " " Stove, ? 5,15 ' " " Nut, ? 5,00 Delivered free of cart/ate. ill? ltn*ee JAMKH IIOWVKV er To KA.?llLIK.s OOl.Nti HOlJ I'H, to the W?.r |Drli?s or gr, Kurope.?A r^?|?fctahlr female, 24 v?*ai* f , w.?Ik??Io bruin p'Tin.uif Mt sirnatirtTi i% *? ?m*!re?*, in w:if : ' m?y Wl She would preferkoiiu! to KurO|w, yrt would arc* ; r of <o??1 iffrr to go 8outli or to thtf We*i In?Jics. The bent ol trioreoc?? given. A.d?lm?f A. A. A. hot T8H, npnor Fo?i office, M U) ; Vork siftr \tkW VK > ICS QIKT?The riUnm's P ruuiMis, published 1 1,11 AN by R. M A RTIN kt CO.. is ratroded as an Annual for IRH. I' is rtrost Ire i (ifully printed and embellished wit li highly finished eii/r .inys, by the most eminent London artists, a ay colored map, and a line etching by Cmickshank mil supnrhly hound in u orocco. 18 Tin hei i a a standard work, age will not depreciate its vain*, H| and tliereloie .is a new year's present will be more acceptable. . Prne 87. R, MARTIN St CO , pi dl5 $w*r hi J.ilrn sire. ' til U/ATCI1KS LOWER THAN KVKK.-ln hi ol the reduction ofdnties by the late tariff, the subscriber ts sellout liia stock of (fold and Silvei Leters, Anchor Ks- . capemeut L*| ilie, aud other W itches, ol urw and splendid P' parterua, and Jewelry, at retail, at a considerable reduction train f<irin,M ririces hcinir much lower than thev can be bonirllt for nt any other place iu the city. Gold Witches it* low ;i? 20 to 26 dolUru each. Wniche* and Jewelry etchnutfcd or bought. All Watches warranted to keep good time or foe money re- ill turned. Watches au?l Clocks repaired in the best manner and r , warranted, at much less than the mod prices. G. C. ALLKN, lut|?ortei of* W aches and Jewelry , rn d27 Imr* Wlo bmle and Ketail, 30 Wall St., upstairs W 4 A R 1 I N rS C: A S H T~A rt b K ! N Si i ST AH LIS H M E NT . ?h 164 ir illiam Street, Corner of ilnn Street, W I ri decide* is- the cheapest iu the city. There is always ut. I re ' hand asel' (stock of seasonable goods, purchased for cash, . which will b i made up to order iu the style of notke. til, trie uiiug, Sic., til . has given such general satisfaction daring the laat fou. yeai '.rod at a poailive saving ol d) per cent. p< < foul le"ieq arc reij nested to eel I and eramins. Those win w eir< wn goods, can have thein MADK AND TRIMMED. ?'1 Dress (J, made and trimmed,." *(7 Oji to 88 jl Frock Costs, do do S 00 to 9 M Pant* and Veats, I 75 to 2 0') Over Coals. 0 00 to 11 TO hi [!"?" Terms?Cash ou delivery. b( .in,!,,, MICHAEL E. MARTIN jn LAMOuhoirx's electro ma<ink rn i*i.a i V.s. afF? rrl * very day new evidences of their infallible efficacy J" for curitiK all nervous diseases, a? acute and chronic rheiima- *'J tismn, ueuriloiry. (be yout, megrim, tie dnlotirtux, dause de |) int Guy, chills, sci trie, crimp* in the stomach, and p ins brnnynt on by bruises, di^joiuiings and fractures ; also, tlie dueastsol women and yoamt (firI*. |?ele colors, amenorrhet s, ?uir w pressions, vapors, kiervous atUcks, tkc. They are very usef ul m LO<. for tetters, scroiitl , swellings, erysipelas, i ar i lysis iu the R bt ginning, Sic. Sold at the uiod*-r<te nne??ol $1 60, oy a23 Im r NINUAHIJ 66 Fraukliu st. N. Y. \* Dl-BT JW'8 KIDINd SCHOOL, ?'B Bowery ? W J '^! DAVIS, (from Europe) Professor ti Eventnr class for gentlemen will coinmencr on Monday i> evening, 12th instant, and continue each Monday and Friday (,( eveuiug, during the season. Select paries of ladies and gentlemen, can be accommoda. HI ted with lu.-tructiou on Tuesday and Thursday evenings of i[ esrli week. j. A Military class for the instruction of gentle men in military horsemanship to commence . n Wednesday evening, Nth in- " stout, Slid continue each Wednesday eTrniiig during the tea ? son Urutleineu w ishing to subscribe to either of the shove || classes, will please call at iheu eirliest convenience. Daily instruction as usual, fr ladies from II A. M. to 3 P. M.; lor I C geutlemen, from 8 to 10 A. M and 3% to !>>? P M. Evening ft school to commence at T o'clock. oti 3ni*rc [, MECHANIC Ai. OK CAm EL LAMPb Q rPHE public is iuvit( d to inspect the en?irely tiew stock of * the??c unrivalled limn*, which have just brru ?>i ened by the 11 subvening. comprising tin- host citeusive and rich assortment a that he will receive inis reason, au<l the finest lot ol good* in the liri** that has ever been seen in this country. An early examiiiariou of thecn is solicited while the stock is complete, as v' he entire invoices received the early part of'th eseason were tl d*siM)sed ol immediately; many parties wered isappouited in H1 ooflnqni D0 # vi The goads just received comprise some entire y new artic'e* J 1 of that exquisite taste peculiar to French manufacturers, hucIi Ik as norci lain shades or lamps, with laiidscain-H of iVurea, some ^ colored; sus|?eiision study lamp* with pan :elmti shades tor linra- .. ries; bracket*; lustres, bmnxr, **reuai*iaucer and gilt, lor two and three lamps, rici. snades and globes, colouied and cut, ol P beiitiml mw dtiiittifctlu* a Some important improvements have been made in th tnanufn< tan <>i iio I u*pa sow offered the public, von In nc imrk . uiujUfsiioMihl the in si he^ui.Tul as weil t.% economical lamp tl est iiit. This fact is tally established, and any one at ail scepncal ou th?* subject cau be conviuced of it by calling at this establutimcnt. E. D. 8AXTOV, hi Depot of Mechanical Lamps, 20 John street. The estimation in which these lamps are helo may be infer- V( ed from the fact that the following public establishineuts in . this city are lighted with tnem, viz.? 91 A?onr House, Carltou House, pi N. Y. Hociety Library, Mauiiou House. Park Place Houie. gigtior Fere.oV . Cafu Tortoui. hi They are also ro be found in many other public buildings throughout tke country, aud in every instance giving perfect j. satisfaction _ dIT lin*ec . pLllMbE'8 DAOUF.KKTAN OAU.KTTfKS 251* Br.nd * way, corner ol Murray atrvet, n?*w York; 7'j Court and i j hi vv ash log toil stro-t, Boston; 173 f'hesnut sfi?*ei (oprosite the |j) Stale House) Philadelphia, ami Broadway, Saratoga spring*, ,,, constituting the oldts and in at extrusive eslabluhmiMit ol the .. kind in the world, and containing uearly a thousand pictures.? < t Admittance 're**. \r PLUM BE*9 Pat.rot Colored Photographs taken ?*erv dry, V| bv a process conAned exclusively to the above establishment, and secured by letters patent, dated Oct. 2i% 1842 Mu nbe's Patent Daguerreotype Apparatus and instructions d( f?r the production of colored (iaeiiesses, and Plumbers Patent E'ectro Gilding Apt aralus, and instrucliona for gildiug and plain* met illic artic'esuf every description, supplied to order. " Patent Gliding and Slivering done to order iu a style nevei jf mi ire mi n in Hew Y.ok. w fT"5* Prompt attention to a'l post paid letters. , ?J27 I n? r ffl CHIN A fit GLASS 01 every description?the cheapest m this city, for ('hrtfttiua* *ni New \ ear presents; beautiful cut tumble** ami lemonades, with *ilver flowers of different kinds; now ifi.hes, cologu bottles of different sizes. Tin- ?boVe cannot be had at any other place in this roantrv. Cie.-ind plain glass of every description, warranted to be fur y nis'ied at 2fi per cen?. cheaper than any other inariuMctory. at wholes ile and retail store, No. 35 John s:., and at the Gla.;s manufactory of 8TUUVKNKL fit CO. JI8 lm*r No. 2^ Gold s? New Ynrfr. IMP?oveTd minerva shoulder brace, d WITH Goodyear's Patent Im 51 uble Rubber Borings.-The object ol this article is by bracing the shoulders, to eipanel the chest, give free action to the lungs, and improve the torn t? Parents and guarliars are particularly remi'Stcd to examine this article x? it may b" depended ou for the purpose for fr which it is recommended, and will be found of *nst utility , rod benefit to children of eith r sex aodall peiaona wno hav? acquired the habit of stooping, this brace can be worn with perfect ease, end will be found no impediment to the tree u r .. of the arms. They are manufactured under the immrdiite in- I'1 pection of Mr. Parse lis, who has lor the last sivteen years U brt 11 engaged in the manulacture of a variety of bracks, hut none th *t could b- reconi nt-ml* d as |iohm-shi.ik s?)iimu\ i??nnsi'e qualities ss the improved brace now offered to th * public Th. subscribes would nnrtirulaily recommend their Improved f 1 Hussia Riding belt; the improvement consists in the intro- . d.ictiou of a patent sptiug, which adapts the belt to the wishes " of ihc we ?r? r, com timing all trie benefits of suppoit, Ike. d> vv rived from the belt manufactured after ihe old nat'enis, at the . same timi giving eosr by tin ir elasticity, and beautify 1 ig tiie form ol the aeirer 9old whob sale ?no retail at the old est a r< blislunriit of Parsella fii. Agate 241 Broadway, between Parn hi place and Murra' sticei. d!3 lm#r I 'O THE "1 BLI -lolls Khvl.hU begs leave to in* form his Irieuds. and u?e public in grnertl, th it lie ha. v, taken ih^t well known stand nt 1I1V co m r ol Wathiugtoii an'' Lib. rty its, formerly kept by E. < hamherlin, since rebuilt ill with addition of room arid comfort, for the pccoininodation < 1 travellers>*rid other*. Persons wishing good board, and accommodations ou reasonable terniv, would do well to call. Punc trial ?tteriuaiici djl |WI,W 1? ECONOMY In DKfc88.?Back surf outs, tin itvh o'ov.r II coats so much i?i vogue, ap" affonkrd at $8 , S '2. $14. 116 aud $20, from drab, brown. UIvck and blue lieaver and pilot cloths .nc lor s ?le, ready riide, at 22.1 Bruolw . American HoteL 11 |m?v WM T JV. VNl \*GM rj wj f. vv INVENTED Oleaguii a f t >ui K01 del 1 iug ho< L*> aad *hoes ih ifertly wa'er proof?to b' obtaiued p fths ibaci hi ud 1 Lvith I Finding i. 8ton . No. 4 Ai n re? r. Price 12s ctnu 1 101 T 1 bmtB meu And others, who would secure the adv.iutageof dry iVct this ctuupouiid is couhdently reeoBiuveiided. f| 'lit Im', i BHOWN HlJl.L 1 usShS .I NOTICE TO K : BSD PERSONS ' UERSONS p > ict.d witn .in < : may rrly niKinth* b.i * instrument mi ine world i t o oo a| Plication at the rr office, No. 4 Vesey street.or to - ilnol the 4|fiitiin th? r i nri?ici|>.?l town* in the L lilted Stairs. i careful to vmniiie Mir i,f back pad of ll'ill's tniwi, to tee it ?) are endorsed by Lh ' Hull, in writing. None are rentiinc, to he ?-elied upon i% ** good, wit boat nit sttiMton Many persons have undertaken to veil ' 'o > ? of Holh Ql celebrated 'rime*, and thousands ore irnp> * "u in rouir . jnence The#c imitation* cannot he 'el e t ?>u t thev trr made by omkitfni mechanics, ind are ?n btrtei ihao the ord?- fa narv trusses. Knorii* have heeu fitted ap \t No. 4 Vesey street, delusively for ladies, having * separate entrance from thi busincs* dcjmrt neut. wtieie a female in constant attendance to wait ujv rmdr ?ll liff IJKKM ll CHlNA-Dinner *?'it*, octagon, Tea do Ho, and p * all (he articles fo. dit.uer and tea s^tfs, r>\ cmenulv For nt selehv A 1)ALKSMK, n I I I nr* r W , 11 DAY'S KIHST PKKMlUVI ilHKhl I.N "6 CLOTffl v? UUB?KK O^KIt-?HOfc8. Irr L'Xi'KM,K.D?.ind (Jrrai It- dnrtiuii ?HivirK rerenilv in wlr i,, 4* sfltl Inrfher improvements hi our ?a ??i?niahle llnhiwr . Oversho-s lor 'adie*, w hivw r? duc-d th^p ice from !? v."' |'rl ro 10 aud i2 r hi Mings, without ciiacgiug th?* *j'J ditf, ei? e|it iu f'ri improve. (J Day's Sheet Rubber, leather solo, sink I I overshoes. f>r irei (lemon, for which we have (or the last two veers received 'fn' the fir*t Premium, are (educed from 14 aud i0 tuiliots to 12 aud In*' ' s*>iMiner*, at retail. f0 With our fashionable lady roifomro, the new ouilfed over* ^ dines, of onr rvCeut inv niioo, will mwt ureal favor for their ? ireatiful appearance, while they completely remedy the objec* CP| lioa of wes*injt too ?osse. Th* quilting is don* on blac* silk ? i?r worsts d. aii>( is rvcrrdioiilF itnliU? any thing ever b*'lore a [*chc<1 to a shoe. AM our Sheet Rubber Shoes are slaved at mrJ tar toe, and never b r?k out as we see in any ? I inn other maun- T. IV Hire , , h?n ()l st rve ill t very pair Ol Day \ sh^es lure bts name inside. , * nd are warranted u?d to h ?*? .?in the s le* Waretiooi*- of (*f' limhury indft Knh jrr Kit bli'nri-nt, \j \l.ud?u Lain . Re* lea in uibcr, 45, bs tweeti Nessig and Williams's. v. HMKACK H DAY, * .J 10 lie r Surr ssor t" "< s'? liulu l<i'M?' rfo ')(,1 f ) L. HARTn \M >f > . . . ? "T" fursT of every aj of llydrdulic app'O rtni. h'iro l>?uin? s, of every sive, for ri , villtg. s, fact jitf, \Tu t: ions. Ike Oidltit hDrinci, Fire Monk*. Fire d irk- f? an I Kirr Cya. ,'''1 lleinp Ht)sr, Leather Hos<-vof mv sire r?'|sired. 'of Sue. ion Hose, tynplirnr 8r.r?-w , he. jj,,, Life .1,id Force Pun, * u> I if atnl force witer nny dtsf c, mm 'r to >00 \MonI s minuti Wied Mills, H *r?w Powers, VVaf-*r Wheels, Ar* , for work* ' f, nsimmps. nnn Ship ?n I Stramboat Pumps for filling boilers, hr , to be nred ,f| n < ate of Arc. Air Pwmpt for vscaurn or c mdcasAtiou, ol any rs?ji??red use. ' i P i, Br Ma ( wki Ae. ' 1 'a*' Iron e ountaina, of varisrsa liuuies uid dfvicei, N. B.? I'he piimpA ?f my manu'aCfure ire do" ' .., f ? ei ilniii r in then . I icutaHy well calculated l??r fb?? n ru and Wen fodia I vj.ts i irkcts d>t ** yf? I lJofH ' i.i m m me h - I tch ens, I lorn New (), leans, for >a t?y | U^a| UJ?sc K K. < Ol.UNS * f V '* ?4. * LD. Pile* Two Com. Boston. I Carrnpoudrucc of lh? Herald.) Boston, January 14, 1843. he IVeather?Legislative Proceeding*?Gen Jar Itsun'* Fine?Pricea Current?Theatricals. After a week of most intolerable suicidal weath, during which time the sun has been pleased to ret uh with his smiles but once, when his visit is for a few hours only, we are at lust favored th a lovely day and a balmy atmosphere, and in if ot the muddy pavements anil walks, our provides have been thronged this morning with pestrians of both sexes, and all is life and gaiety lain With the ladies the change in the weather the all-engrossing topic of conversation, but the erner s? x are more concerned in the political comexion ?t affaire, and the State House is jiiri now e principal scene of action. Your exchanges tve doubtless inlnrmeH you of the' proceedtngR in e Hall ol Leg o-latton hitherto, and mine be the i-Hsure to detail them hereafter. In the Senate, Messrs Hare, Pingree Davie, S?>y, and lsley, Senators elect, appeared, were qnali d and took their seats. Messre. Gardner, Elliot, id Champion were appointed a committee to trams les and orders for the Senate. Mr. Abbott subltted an order, which wan adopted, to enquire hat hooka were in the office of the Secretary of ate, printed at the px|ienae ol the State, and what mild lie done with them. Messrs. Hood and Hare ere joined to the House Committee to whom were terred ihe petitions tor the repeal of the interarriage laws, and tor a law regulating the conveyice of colored |>ersonH on ruilroads. A brief re>rt relative to the eastern and western railroads, hh laid before them, when, after considerable dietasion, the Senate adiourned at one o'clock. The House met at 11 o'clock, and prayer was ofred by Kev. E. N. K irk. Mr. Whitmarsh of Leeink, presented a petition from the voters of Attlfc. >ro', to request our Senators and Representatives Congress, to use their best exertions to have a law iseed to refund General Jackson the fine, with inrest, imposed upon him during the laet war, by the strict Judge (if Louisiana?Laid on the tnMe. On lotion of Mr. Park, the Cominiitee on elections ere impowered to send lor persons and papers, to 'lie summons for wi'nessee, and to call for town cords, in casea of contested elections Various f ?litiona were present- d and laid upon the table.? Ir. Park of the election committee, reported that ley have examined the certificates of 351 members I the House, and found them correct iu lorm?Acspted. Several standing committees were then upointed by the Sjteaker. Orders were referred to istrucl the committee on the Judiciary, to inquire ito the expediency of reporting a bill to exempt , linors from the Capitation tax?also to exempt the ,'?ig?-sof minors from trustee process of Hiiy debt of leir parents?and what legislation, it any, is nsessary to protect the wages ol seamen. Mr Tholas, ot ChHrlestown, moved that the House proceed > the special orders of the day, viz:?The election f two out ot the four highest candidates for Goveror and Lieut. Governor, to he returned to the Sente, which body is to elect two out of the four, to e returned,one for Governor,and one for Lieut. Goernor Mr. Stevenson, of Boston,oppi sed this moon on the ground that the vacancies in the Senate e not all filled. It appears thai Ed ward P Littleof i LP. I.I ...u_ i : > -l - i inioiiiir-ni, mm ii.ib iiui yei rrnmieu int* seat nf old* in the Horn*, haw been elected a member of in Senate, and thus alter voting in the House for te candidates to be sent up to the Senate, he may sign his seat in the House, appear, be qualified, nd take hie seat in the Senate, and'hue vote in ach body upon the question, which is at present of ie most intense importance. This motion and the ppoaition gave rise to a most animated debate, hich continued 'till 3 o'clock, when the House d|ourned, wchout taking any action upon the opera of the day, and thus we are still without a Go"rnor. 1 he political character of the Houae is so iglttly balanced that every effort is made by either irty to im|<ede the progress of their rivals, which ndere the session far more interesting and exciting tan usual. 1 have nothing local of interest else to send yon toty. Holders of cotton have submit ted to a gradual c ine during the we?k, and the sales have keen jout 1800 haies, outside prices f> a 9Je per pound, (I onths. Flour market is very Hull?Genesee contain brands and fancy $-1,81 R $4,87 cash; eorgetown $4.44, 4 months, which is u decline, ery dull and small sales of grain, und saJes of sngar rry moderate Mr and Mrp. Brougham are at the Tremont, and ?iiig a fair business, but not a monied engagement i the manager. Blake, stage manager at the Naonal. takes a benefit on Monday evening Booth, ie tragedian, :s underlined at the little Eagle, of hich I shall write you a curious account on Moniv Vbk it AS. Phlladdakte. [Corresponilrncn of the Herald ] PHii.AORi.pnrA, Jan. 14, 1H4S. li!leri*m ami Mormotutm?Itr. E. S. Ely?Tht Wtavtra heromiag quiet?XTieatricalt, Tlinrne, S+ ifuins, Slubat Mater. ear Sir :? Millerism and Murmonism. the unnatural daughrs of religion, are gaining so many proaelytes to leir strange doctrines in this city, that the leaders [ other sects equally fantastical, have become larmed for their existence, and are filling the pubr prints with announcements of their intention lo tterlv annihilate them; now as "Persecution or promotion Do equally advance devotion," ieae "errant saints" will find that their "apostolio lows and knocks." will but advance the chum hich it is intended to overthrow. Millerism parcularly has excited the alarm of these "worthy verends," and with a sober face all the suicides id accidents which happen are imputed by them its influence: while in a recpnt controversy bereen Elder Winchester of the Mormonites and r Morrison a "true blue" cnvenentor, the Moron was victorious and crowed loudly on the retigth of his success By the bye, while on these diginus topics, 1 tnav as well inform you that the ev. F./.r.i Styles Ely is now in this city, improving ie morals ol the youn men. Nothing of much importance has transpired durig the last twenty lour hours?the weavers are all uiet in the upper part of the city, and a reconctlia on has been effected between the masters and uirneymen; the Sheriff is rapidly recovering from is injuries, and the city is once more tranquil. MisflCusfim.ui, Burton, Booth, and Hill, attracted |p largest house of the season, to the Walnut last rerung, and Town and Country was never better nyed. Burton lakes a benefit to-night with the ime powerful aid Thorne announces Jack S*hrpird to n:ghr, with the New York cast of the prinpal characters; it will no doubt attract a crowded >use. The Seguins perform K mini's "Stabat Mar"at th" Musical Fund Hall to night, aided by r^. Bailey, Mr. Shrtval, Mr. Archer, anil Benj oss, as leader of the orchestra Philadelihians tve a great taste for well executed musical enterlaments, and the Hall will he well filled J*Hir.AnKt.rH!A. NAVV ? OrDKR* FOR TllK WKIK dino JANtr/*nv 1.1, ItW3.?Passed Midshipman Jno. l^rcHinr, detached from the receiving vessel a' nladeluhia, and to the store ship Krie Midshi[v in A K. Hughes, to the receiving ship Pennsvlnia. Passed Midshipman Pdas Lent, detached >m the Krie, nd tothe receiving vessel at PhilaIphia Pawed Midshipman Kdward Ponaldson, iached troni the Pennsylvania, and to the brig nxton as acting master. Passed Midshipman h. Anderson, detached from the brig Porpoise, i waiting orders. Acting Gunner, Jno Uarr to IJ. P. sloop Saratoga Hev Charles S Stewart the receiving ship North Carolina. Lieutenant muelF Hazard, detached Iroui the loop Vin nnes, and to the receiving ship Ohio. Lieutent Montgomery Lewis, detached Irom the receiv! ship Ohio, an I totne?'oop Vincennes. Lieut. A. VI. Craven, detached Irom the Falmouth, and ive three months. Lieutenant G. Can Brunt inched from command schooner Grampus, and ive three months Midshipman t?. M. Ransom, ting Gunner J. Mack, and Boatswain K. Chaimriuiu, to the store ship line. Commander L. M. Idshoro'H'h. to t' N .vi Vard at Portsmouth, N Acting v dm I, i ./no. Peed, to ihe Pensacola vv Yard; Mid.ahipttn- 'I' VV Fi.-ke, to the reving slop Ohio Hidshipmati W. VP Hassett, ached irom reeeivi-? ship at Baltimore, and to \ incenti"*. Lo ntena t Pinion K. Blunt, to the iner Union. Passed Mid-liipman Jno A. Maf, cfeMrfied fro III the rendezvous at Baltimorr, I m the receivingves e| as acting master. PasMidshipman Wilni-r shields to the rendezvous \ew Orleans Lieut'- ants Oliver H. Perry, em .T. I)e Have i, and Jan: S ||. Slrolig ; Mid.nen Chas. C. Luiiiiii-, U. P. Wells, and Henry lis, to the United States brig Trugton. Acing ter K. A. Casein, to the naval rendezvous at on. Passed .Midshipman Jno. Brooks, deed from schooner Grampus on account o( il th, and leave three months

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