Newspaper of The New York Herald, February 13, 1843, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated February 13, 1843 Page 1
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" T H ] Vol. IX.?-No. 44.?Whole No. 3U?T. To tli? Public. THE NEW YORK HERALD?daily newapaper?published ?very day ol'tho year except New Year'* day and Fourth of July. Pribe 1 cent* per copy?or $1 !W per annum?postage* paid?cash in advance. THE WEEKLY HERALD?published every Saturday morning?price 6} centi per copy, or g3 12 per annumpostage* paid?cash in advance. ADVERTISERS are informed that the circulation of -he Herald is over THIRTY THOUSAND, and increasivg art. It hat the largest circulation of any paper in thit city, IT the world, and it therefore, the bat channel for bu tine it . men in the city or country. Prices moderate?cash in ad- ! vance. I PRINTING of all kinds, executed at the most moderate ! prices, and in the most elegant style. ( JAMES GORDON BENNETT, ' PnoraiKToa or the Hesalu Establishment, Northwest cornet of Fulton and Nassau street*. AOENT8, 1 lie following is a list of the agents for the Herald, where subscriptions will be received, and single numbers are found for sale regularly :? at what slace. anr.uts. Boston, George W. Redding. Philadelphia ?. B. Zieber. Baltimore W.Taylor. Washington, D. C G. B. Zieber & Co. Buffalo, N. Y ' T. 8. Hawks. New Haven, Conn T. H. Pease. Hartford, Conn J. W. Judd. Albuny, N. Y G. Jones. Troy, N. Y H. Green. Lamingb'rgItWaterford.N.Y. Thomss P.Richards. Newark,N.J D Smith. Caiskill, N.Y H. Rowe. New Orleans J.C.Morgan. Cincinnati, O Robert Carnahan.' I'at'Tson, N.J Matthew Dougherty. Norwich, Con Morgan Safford. | Rochester, N. Y L. Moore. Elizabethtown, N. J Samuel Crane. New Brunswick, N. J William Solomw, St. Louis, Mo Woodward fc Mathews. Charleston, Amos Head. Hudson, N. Y George Clare. Augusta, Ga. 8. A.^Holmes, Mobile, Ala Milton Bollemet. Poughkeepaie Levi Smith. Trenton J. Raunsjey. Pittsburg, Pa Jos. T. Israel. Louisville. Ky W. A. Haldetnan. Wheeling, Va Hiram Kaine. New London, Con L. L. Sperry. Newport William A. Fry. Utica J. B. Loak. Savannah, Ga Amos Head. Nashville, Tenn A.Billings. Syracuse James Robertson. QENERAL PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT, N. W. CORNER OK FULTON AND NASSAU 8T8. Is supplied with tverv mtterisl necessary for the prompt, neat, nud economical exccatien of evrty description ol <3?S MWTOM3?. Pnalic attention it requested to this ealabliahmem, in the mmrauce that ample aanatac ion will be given?as regards typography, press work, and charges?to iho.e who nqnire faucy or common, Urge or sma'l work cheaply and expeditiously teemed. labels, checks, waybills, circulars, show bills, ball tickets, steamboat bills, bills ok lading, railroad rills. business cards, stage bills, catalogues, pamphlets, bill heads, handbil's, notes. FOB THEATRES, CIRCUSES, CONCERTS, MUSEUMS, LECTURES, PUBLIC MEETINGS, Or any other places where the largeit de?cripliou or printing is rewuiied. The facilities for tins work ate not equalled by any office in this city, lor, betides the large assortment of PtLAJifl Altf? ?3INAIU?lffir AG. W ?1S? Tius eaXthlithmebl has the LARGEST PKhSSES IN THE CITY. Oreat (wins have been taken to provide every material that can ptwsibly be of service, and therefore persons haviug occasion ler Showbills, will lud it greatly to .heir advantage to patronize this establishment. K7~Any size or form of Bill can be fnrniahed at very short notice- f 3 We THE UNDERSIGNED, Imnoiters and Wheleaale Dealers, having used and sold L. Chapman's Metallic K izor Strop, do freely it commend it as being superior to anything which has hitherto come unaer oar notice of a similar nature Signed? ARB Willets, importers of hardware, No 303 Pearl at. A W Snies a Ca, do do >18 do Willis A Brothers, do do 313 do Oakley A Loumis, do do 62 do Sheldon A rhelpe. do do 23 and r South William. Halaiedk Brothers, do do 32 Pearl St. Kiss urn, Bryce It Jones, do 221 do Spelman A Frater, Importers of Fancy Goods, 13< Ptarl st. . Poets K Main, impoitcr o( drags, 44 Cedtrst. Field, Ihompsou It Co. importers of Dry Uoeds. 33 Cedar sL yellows, Van Arsdalc UMIl, W -irlni II Maids a Lane. D k el It Co., 'mporlers of Stationery. MS Peat I ?t. Wm K UouldiiiK, Surgical Iustiuuieut manufacturer, 37X ( hilhum ?t. To he Sad by th dnfn at the manufacturer's prices of the above fnms, ami at retail, ai the priar.i|iat laney aioiea I hr on ghoul lie city. M ide it >02 W illiara ntieet. fjlm m r^HAlT AND TKMJtir KCEnll (JIT LKUPTIONS, V auil Distiaure menti o( the fate, nud Dara or Yellow Skim pored hy tlie lia'iau Cht inical 8o*r. Salt Hheum, Ireekics.sturvy. pimples, erysipelas, blotches, morphew,an, fever snots, biles ol insects, mo queioee, Ac., it will change the eolor of dark, aautiU'Dt, yellow or discolored akin. Ihe Italian Chemical Soap ia really the wonder of the age. Well might the Medical Society of Paris call this a blear mi, and itr inventor, M Brsprim. a liiilanlhiopist. It n curing thousands all orar the Sutra and Brt'idt possessions. It entirely eradicates every eruption or disfigurement of the skin, impartial to the lace, body, neck or arms, a beaat ful healthful clearness? No raisrrpreaentatioa is offsred. One trial will suffice to rei oinmcud it to all. In fact there are many phi sieians who now prr scribe this in cues that haea baffled their skill. I myaelf hare aeen it cure eruptions alier p-rsons hare tried inwaid and outward remedies in rain, and ceitaioly it gieea discolored skins delicious heal'hy, clear look. It is so,d at M cents a cake by tha proprietor. at the aigu of ike American Eagle, 82 Chatham street, New York. Appointed Agents?Eieber, Sil and De ck sU. Phila, or neit to the An.eric-n Hold,Washington, D C; State it- Boston; }7 State St. Albany; 1H Yukon st. Brooklyn; 207 King street, Charleston, *. C.; C. V. Baily, Mnrmtown, N.J; Kerre, Main st. Midd'etowu, Ct. AgenU wanted tu all other cities, fet ltn*ec. "GOURALTLPS POUURE SUBTILE, FOR COMPLETELY AND 1'liKMANENTLY ERADICATING SUPERFLUOUS HAIR. rpHE nniversil pooulanty ol this justly celebrated Chemical J- Preparation for tha destruction of the strongest and toughest Hair, from the soft down on It m il. * upper lip and arms to the stubborn beard of m n, needs not a word ol comment in iu praise. It is sufficient to say that it ia to be found in this city only at the old and onotinal office <7 Walker it, one door from Broadway?$1 per bottle. Beware of d< leterinus imitations. TV ci?rv aim uiiiy 0? had GOURAUDU E A U 1) E BEAVTE. annulled for eitermin- tins Tin, Pimples. Blotehea, Billow now, Bores, and ill cutaneous eruptions, and eliciting a healthy J avenile bloom, hi per bottle. . Gonmud'a Vegetable Liquid Rouge,?a inporb amcle, and the oily one in me. ,'iO cmta pei bottle. Gonraud1! Blanc D'Kepagne, an cieePew preparation for im[*ruui i pare, life like whilenesi to the cotnp toon, free from tin- injuri ma propertiea generally entering into combination for thia parpoer. rat op in elegant bru t n J") rente rich. AoaitTe.?New York?Albany, Gatlirie, 4 Maiden Lane; PoUghkeupeie, Jarrd Gray; Uttca, Wad?, dtiiggti'; Hamilton M. Co. Gregg It Urania; Loiitsfille Lotos Co.; W . A. Chair; Goshen, Elliott- Conn., Myera, Chapel at.New Haven; W. Faulkner, Norwich; Wrlla k Humphrey*, Hartford; Chorlra Dyer, Ji., Providence; Thoinaa, New|iort; Clown, hairdreairr,^Spiiuglield; Greene Co., 'ore< iter; Burt, Li'tlr I bulla; Coggeahill, South Second it. New Bedford; Jordin, !l Milk itreet, Boaton; Lowell, Culeron k Co.; Salem, Ivea; Nrwburyierrt, Hodge; Portsmouth, Prest n; Poitlaud, Paiker, Eichange at; BaiiKOr, Guild; Hallowell, Scanimoa. New , Jeraey?Newaik, i nppe; Princeton, Dr. Feahrook. Pa., Phila , 7* Cheanut atrwi. Laoraeter, Heiniteih, drjtijiat: IWriiabuigbUobinaoa. pe.iodiJil ageut; Pittsburgh, Td'iie; Cincinnati, Thoinaa k tb., Alain street; Va., Richmond, Mra. Kiayier, D C. Washington, Selby Parke,; Alexandria. C. Berry; Md., Baltimoie 8. 8. Hauce, kc. kc. Applications lor ageut etee muat be |>oat paid (none other- are taken from the poit-offlce) and aecotnpauied with a N. Y.etty reference, unetcep trouble. Within a lew yeare Una remarkable and naefal dm mical invention lor completely eradicating tuiierflnoua hair, hfti attained the hinheit pitch of crlebrity, and consequently eicited the cupidity ol ? neat of baaa coumrifeicem, who at tempt to match from tin inventor the ju?t recompense for hia tabor. Pnrchaaera ahonld therefore 1 on their guard and tee that erety bottle of the Tondrr Subtile n square. and F Felts Gonrand, Poudie Subtile, N. I., caat in each bottle, and the Doctor ( fac urnile engtaeed on the outaide wrapper. Directions, French and Eugtiah, accompany each bottle. Remember the only office tu N. Y. for the above celebrated Coemetie, ia (7 Walker etreet.nne door from Broadway j* Itnr WATCH?8 AMI JKWKLKY VERY LOW-Ai the nlneriber ii cnnatantly receiving a'l dracnpti m of Gold and ttilvai Watchei, ot ihe oeweit itylei. Irom the n an a Into re n in Knglund, Kinirr and Bwitnerland, he ia n ,aided to offer u largcrasaoilinmt and at much leaa prices, at reteil.than at any other hunac ia tin city. Also, Gold Chaim, Ktya, and Gold Pencila (laid W.itches aa low aa 3b to lib doliara each. Watches and Jewelty eichangrd or bought. All Watchei war muted to keep good time or the money retnrned. Wairhet, Cloeka and Jewelry repaired in the beat manner and warranted, at mnr.h leaa tn?n the iian.il prtcea. O. U ALLEN, lm;? riei of Watchea and Jew elry , n Im'eC Whuleavle <nid it.Mil, % Wallat.. iipatain. U N SU K PAPS ED HY OPPOSITION. ItKUADWAY. 'I'HR cheapest caih Uiloiing v>tab|uhmeui in the ijty.?Ow4 nig to the faciuiifl afforded ill. auh cither in putchaaiuti from Aiat handa, and tit" librrkl encourage nit at bestowed upon ln? Emporium ol F anion by gentlrmru, 1 taste, Uieitinacribet wonid inform the public that lie iaeuahltil to aril the mi at fa*h)onahlr garments at murh reduced rate-fmm former prirea, wrihout any diminution m .pi.ilny uf cluths,ur atyle aud tintali, which liai Won the ciicnuitiina ol the flihlonnble woil'l. IP Would dtteet their attention in partn ulai l.i hia tuperior atyle of i lining and making lint moil difficult article in Jiusa, paiilalootia; having nihil imploy one ol ihe but and moat scientific cutieia in the country, ne mil "amui all gnrmeuti to lit. A full anil made up at a te w hoitra' noiice. Beady made elmhlng alwaya for aale nnean for raah. KDW'D.kOX, City Caak Tailoring KatatUhmcnt, IW WliMagp E NE1 NEW NEW LINK OK LIVERPOOL PACKETS, ailfroin New York on (he 25th audi Liverpool on the 13th Lt each raentk. i||y S& Nrw^MfT" Ship GAKRICK, Captain Win. Skiihly, 25th February. Ship KORCIU9 Captain John Collins, 25th March Ship SIDDONK. I ntai E. B. Cobb, 25th Apiil. Ship 8H Kit 1 DA N, Captain K. A. L)e|ieysrer, 2ilh May. Kh"w Lirvrtrnei.. Snip MILLIONS, Captain E. B. Cobb, 13th February. Ship SllKRIbAN, Captain K. A. ibepeysier, 13th March. Ship GAKUICK, Captain Win. akiiiuy, 13th April fjliip ROSCIU9, Captain John Collins, 13th May. < These i hint are all of the lirsl claaa, upwards ol IKS Ions, built i utile city oh New York, witJi snch improvernouu aseombine I [rest speed with unusual comfort for passeugers. Even care aaa been taken in the arrangement ol their accommodations. The pace of passage hence ia *100, for which ample stores w ill | be provide<1. These shi|>s are commanded by etiwrienced masters, wbe will make every eiertiou to gise general atufac- i ton I Neither the captains or owners of the ahira will be responsible for ai y letters, parcels or packages sent by them, unless remlsr bi lis ef lading are signed therefor. for height or nasr.tgfr, apply to _ K. K. (COLLINS It CO., S6 Mouth it., New York, or to WM. It JAB. ftnoWN It CO., Liverpool. Letters by the packets will be charged 12X eentt per single iheet: 50 eenu per ounce, and newspapers ) cent each. II r OLID LINE LIVERPOOL PACKETS. rill IK TjLlHISK of PacCet^or Lirerpoo^ilU!!'reaAer he despatched in the following order, excepting tint when the lay of smling falls ou Sunday, the ships will sail on the succeeding day. Kor New York. For Liverpool. The SOUTH AMERICA, I June 1 July 19 ?16 tons, \ Oct 1 Nov 19 , D. O. Bailey, f Keb 1 Mar 19 The ENGLAND, (June 19 Aug 7 750 tons, < Oct 19 Dec 7 B.L. Wailt f Keb 19 April 7 The OAKOHD, I July 1 Aug 19 100 tons, I Nor 1 Dee 19 , J. Hath bone, i1 March 1 April 19 The KU HOPE, I j July 19 Sept 7 611 tons, . 'Nor 19 Jan 7 K. (3. Marshall Mar 19 May 7 The NORTH AMERIC A, ; Aug l Sept 19 618 tons. ' Dec 1 Jan 19 , A. B. Lowber. I April 1 May 19 The NKW YORK, (Aug 1# Oct 7 j MO ton*. ' Dec II Feb 7 T. B. Cropper.r April II Jane 7 The CAMBRIDGE, ! Sep. I Oct 17 | 810 Cone, 'Jan I Feb 17 W. CBarstow.i May I June 19 The COLUMBUS, Sepi 11 Nov 9 700 tons, , J.m 19 Mar 9 O. A. Cole. May 19 July 7 j Punctuality, a? iegard* the day of ailing, win be observed u heretofore. The price of passage outward is now fixed at One Hundred Dollar*. fiir.j?hiA ample atorei ofexerv description will he provides,'"With the exception of wine* and liquor*, winch will lie furnished bythe steward*. GOODHUE 8l CO., 61 South *t? C. H. MARSHALL, 38 Burling-slir, N. Y. jc94 lvh BARING BROTHKKH lit CO.. L pool. FOR NEW ORLEANS. LOUISIANA AND NEW YORK LINE OE PACKETS rth m-ith M For the I letter accoininodation of slnpi>ei*, it ia intended to despatch a ship from this nort on the 1st, 1th, 10th, 15th. 2t)th, and 25th ol each mouth, com i rnciug the 10th October and cohtina- 1 ing until May, when regular day* will be *|i|>oiiited for the remainder of the year, whereby great delays and disappointments will be i reveiited during the summer inou'hs The foBowing hips will commence this arrangement : Whip YAZOO, Captain Cornell. Ship OCONF.E, Captain Jackson. Ship M1SSISSIrPI, Captain Hilliaid. Ship LOUISVILLE, Captain Hunt. Ship SHAKSPEARE, Captain Miner. Ship GASTON, Captain Latham. Ship HUNTSVlLLE. Captain Mnmford. Ship OCMULGEE, Captain Leavilt. Ship NASHVILLE, Captain Dickinson. Ship MEMPHIS, Captain Knight. Ship LOUISA, Captain Mulforil. These ship* were all built iq the city of Naw Yprk, express for )?ckeu, are of light draft of water, have recently been ('wly co|>pered and put iu splendid order,with accommodations lor passengers unequalled lor comfort. They are commanded by experienced masters, who will make every exeruvn to give 8 cue ill satisfaction. They will at all times be towed up and own the Mississippi by. steamboats. Neither the owners or captnins of these ships will be responsible for jewelry, bullion, preeious stones, silver or plated waie. or for any letters, parcel or package, sent ty o rput cn board ol Item, unless regular bills cf .ading sue taken for the same ,xt>4 the value tneieoo eipresseii. Vor freight or passage, apply E. K. COLLINS & CO..K South at., or HL'LLIN 4 WOODRUFF, Agent in N*w Orleans. who will promptly forward all goods to ilieir address. The fiipa of thif line are warranted to sail punctually as advertised, and great care, will he taken to have the goods correct'y measured. mt TAf SCOTT'S GbNFRAL PASSAGE OFFICE, 48 PECK SLir, NEW YORK. M. i!k The snbecriben beg to call 'the attention of their friends and the pnblic generally, to their superior arrangements for bnuging out passenger* from, and remitting money to, any par* of England, Ire I ad J, Scotland or Wales, in tne magnificent packet ships, comprising the ' NEW LINE Or LIVKRTOOL PACKETS," TIZ.>Ship ROSClUS, CapL Cqilins. Ship 8IDDON8, Captain Cobb. Ship SHERIDAN. Captain Depeyster. Ship OARH1CK. Captain SkidJy. New shin HOTTINGUKR, Captain Snrsley. Ship SOUTHERNER, Captain Woodliousc. Ship ROCHESTER.Captain Palmer. New ship LIVEKPOOL. Captain Kldredge. Sailing twice every mouth; and with the" UNITED LINE," composed of superior first class American ships, sailing every ten days, will make five ships in each month throughout the rear, (or one every sis days) thereby preventing the povsi bility of unnecessary dclenirou. Passage* direct fioiu London, Bristol and Greenock to New York- Also from Liverpool to New Orleans, Mobile, Bava" nsh, Ch..r'-s;ou. Philadelphia, Boston and Baltimore, and the vario s pars in Bntish Ni rtli America, can at nil times he encaged on liberal tdkms. Persons wishing to send for ih-ir fnendu, will oot fail u> tee the advantages to be tie rived (rum selecting thu line in preference to any other, tuil they may reit assured that unusual rare will be taken to make the passage agreeable, the ships being fitted up with an eye aolely to the comfort of passengers. In all cases where the parties tent Tor decline coming, the money will be refunded without any deduction, at utoal. A free passage Irom the t annua teaporta of Ireland and Scotland, can alio be teenred. The regular packets for which the subscribers are agmts. aail aa follows, vie :?To and Irom London on the tat, tOth, and 20th of eac'.. mootP. To and from Liverpool on tha 1st, 7th, 13lh, 11th, and 35th of each mouth. New Orleant, Mobile, Savannah, an i < Imleaton. weekly ihroughout the teaaon. REMITTANCES. Penont in the conntrv wialiiug to tend money to their frienda by encloaiug the ram they with tent, with the name and addreaa of tlie parties to receive it, m.y rely on a draft for the amount being forwarded per firt packet, after the receipt tnereof, and an acknowledgement for the same returned per mail. Drafts at sight, for any amonnt, are payable on demand, without discount or any oth? r charge, at the National and Provinaal Banks of Ireland and branches, Kastern Bank of Scotland, Greenock, and their branches, Messrs. James Unit, Son kljo., Bankers, Londen, Etching# aud Discount Bank, Liverpool, and in every principal town of Great Britain aud Ireland. Knrtherputiculnrt made known on application, if by latter, post paid, to d.ly r W, ft J. T TAPSCOTT. 43 Peck Slip, N. York. m. M Mb m r^^^^T\R8EICT^^^^^he undermentioned ships will be irgnltrly dispatrlieil Ironi hence tnd trom Marseilles on the Istofeach month dnriug the vear, thus? From New York. Marseilles. MINERVA, Capt Brown, N ,v 1. Jan I H'RY THOMPSON, Cap Sylvester, Dec 1. F-b 1 COURIER, Caul Dugan, Ju 1. Mar 1 TRESCOTT, Capt Lawrence, Feb 1. Apl I HELLESPONT, Capt Adams, Marl. Mayl COKIOLANUS. Cap Haile, A|.l I. Jon I They are all copperea and copper fa*tened,and have eicelleot accommodations Tor passengersThe price of cabin passage will he $10*, exclusive o' wines and lienors. Good* addressed to BOYD ft HBVCKEN, the a gents, will be forwarded free of other hargea vian those actually paid. For freight or passage apply to O. BROOM ft CO., or to oMr BOVD ft HINCKEN. Agents SPRiyO AR i IA N O f/At EN T FOIL 1843. r**K OLD ESTABLISHED EMIGRANT PASSAGE OFFICE. No. ?1 SOUTH 8TRF.F.T, N. Y. DASSAGE to and from Great Britain and IreUnd by the re1 giilsr line of packets, sailing uu the lat, 7tb, 13th, Iblhand 34th o' each month. The old Black Ball line of packets are as follows?? Ship NEtV YORK, Captain Cropper, " CAMBRIDGE, Captain Bmstow, " COLUMBUS, Capluiu Cole, " EUROPE, Captain Father, " SOUTH AMERIC A, Captain Bailey, " NORTH AMERICA, Captain Lowber, " ENGLAND, Captain'Wait#, " OX b OKU, Cai tain Hathbooe. The Commercial Line n composed of lorly superior, fait tailing ships, all commanded by mi n of great experience. Kint cl Ita shifin will alio be despatched Irom Liverpool to Boston, New Orleans and Mobilr, three timet per month; to Baltimore, Charleston and Savannah, twice a month, to the differ ent porta in Bntiah North America weekly. 1 he anhacriber, in mikinii known hit arrange me nu far the year 1*41, bega to enll the attention of thoae pertona reaiding in the United Stales and Canada, wi.o with to aend |nr their frianda to coma Iroto Kairland, Ire fan 1, Scotland and Wales, that they can ,ilwaya he accommodated by tne line of tucket ships aailiiig a? above; and in order to give more facility anil quirk despatch to thr emigrant, lint claua well-known American ships, coinpriiing tha I'onimercial Lille will, in addition to the packets, be despatched by hit Liverpool agenta, every llnee or four days during the season, thereby avoiding any detention. T^oae tending for their friends may real naiured ihat every thing connected with hit business will be riecutrd witn hit nanal promptness With these airangrmenla the anhacriber holies to command a prefsrence for this line, and a eontinnvtioii of ihe linblie patronage which his been ao liberally beatowed lot many years past; and in all cases when parties decline coraiug the money is refunded, as customary: a free passage can also be secured by steamboats from tha different porta in Ireland and Scotland to Lteer|ioo|. Kemittaucv s and Itrmlia?With regard to hit arrangements Tor the payment of his drafts, they are such as to warrant every aunlartlon, and are paid al all the banking houses on dr mauu, throughout < treat Biitain and Ireland. Those (wtsous, therelore ihroiighont'he Untied State, who w'ahto remit money te their lilrnda residing in any part of tha United Kingdom, will I It- -n- notice on the receipt of vhc amonnr here, with name and oildieas of the perly In leceive it, a dealt for ?lie amount at ,he rale of ii per |?nndla arling, will be forwarded per steani shim or bv ftist p.ckvl ship and a rereipi or duplicate of same returned through thi larst nfllet Kor further imrticulars apply, (il by letter poal pud) to JO If N H Kill) MAN. II South Street, or J k W. HOlJl.NhON, Ooree I'kUias and Neptune at. Waterloo Dock, Liverpool. In Sctrtlai d? Mcaits Daniel Wnght k Co.,<Jl,tBgow. In Ireland?Diunis Uil'nv, b sq., Dublin; Messrs. Joseph Allen * Co., Belfast; Mi. Wm. Caifga, Londonderry; A. Mur ray, E?d . f^Q'k d?|e? Kj^HTTmWr&aak Noies wanted lor a short llw.? 1" Prafss an PhibsdelnTtia.and Boston, for sal- al B. i BVLVKBTKK'8. dllr tJ Waist and i|> Broadway. IV vo YORK, MONDAY MOR THE NEW LINK OK LIVERPOOL PACKET*. r<> ? 'il Iron >'?* Lit ?dH 1(.L icn>oollln ul ?*cli irouth. gl>i|> KO'HK'TKR. m< too., I'tiilip Wo x'houtr, i 1Slh 8hip HOTTINUUER, luMto.u, M? . Ir? Uimrlv, ?'" March. New thip LIVERPOOL. (ISO ion, Juhn Eldiuac, l?lh April. New .h.p . uoo tone. May. Tliste ?ub?t ?uu*l, (sit lailiug, first cl<ua ?!tira,ill built in the tltv of *NVw York, are c mrniLdtd by wen of e*i?e rietice ami ibilny, aoj will be dcaitatckvd j uuctually on the 16tn of each math. Tlieir cabiua aie flgant and eominodiou*, nnd art* furnished ? itii whatever cau conduce to th* sue nod comfort ol usaaeu|f ra. Nfitllprt e ranfrtii.* rtr nwnur. /if .kin. will k. .u.n?n iible for any , arcels or packages sent by tin in, uu'ess regular bills lading tre signed therefore. Kit freight or passage apply to WOODHULL 8C Ml N TURN 8, 87 South street. New York, or'to KIELDKN, BROTHERS k CO.. f_7 yjr thmwul. M. M.M. PASSAOEFKOM tillKj^lfiTrAlN AND IIuTaND BY THE BLACK BALL OR OLD LINE OK LIVERPOOL PACKETS. [Sailing from Liverpool iij the 7th ami 18th of every month.] Periona wishing to send to the Old Country for their friend* can make the necessary arrangements with the snbtcriben, anil hare tliein coine out in lliii lUlrnur iLine ol Packet*, *ailing from L iverneol. unctually on the 7th anil 19th of every month. Tt ev will alio have a lint rate ola** of American trading ship*, railing every an day*, thereby affording weekly comniumcaliou from that port. One of the firm (Mr. Jamea I). Roche) i* there, te see that they shall be forwarded with care aud despatch. Should the parties agreed for not come out, the money will be returned to those who paid it here, without any reduc tiou. Tne Black Ball, or Old Line of Liverpool Packets, comprise the following magnificent Ship*, viz:? The OXFORD, the NEW YORK, CAMBRIDGE, COLUMBUS. EUROPE. SOUTH AMERICA. ENGLAND,. NORTH AMERICA. Willi such superior and unequalled anangemeats, the subicriben confidently look forwaru for a contiuuance of that sii|e port which lata been etteuded to them so many yean, for which they are grateful. Those proceeding, or remitting money to their relative!, can stall limus obtain Drafts at sight for any amount, drawn direct on the Royal Ba_ii_kj>f Ireland, DubliuAalso o? _ . mown. rjUSSCOTT, UKOTE, AME3 U CO. Bankers, London, which will be paid on demand at any of the Banks, or their Branches, in all the principal towns throughout England, Iraland, Scotland and Wales. Apply, or'address, (if by letter, post raid,) ROCHE, BROTHERS ti CO 55 Fuliou street. New York, next door to the Fultou Bank. N. B.?The Old Line of Liverpool Packet* sail Iroia this port for Liverpool on the 1st and 19th of each month. Parties returning to the old country will tiud it to their comfort and advantage to select this favorite Line lor their conveyance, in preference to auv other. d27 r OLD ESTABLISHED EMIGRANT PAS JHawVeSAOE OFFICE, 61 South street, New York?RegiSaullbular Line of Packets?The subscriber coulmuei to bring nut iiersou* froin any pait of Great Britain and Ireland, who may be engaged Oy their friends ken* hy the regular line of packet shi|>s, stiling every six days 'rom Liverpool. , Persons sending lor their friends, may rely that just care will be taken to tiaiethem des|Ml<died without delay in Liverpool,and will always endeavor to merit a coutruua 'ce of lite public patronage which has been so liberally bestowed for many years past; and llio-e remitting money can have drafts payable at all the Uauks and brioches throughout the United Kingdom. For farther parti ulars, ap ,|y [ifby letter. post paid] to jtir JOHN HERD MAN. 61 South ?t. PASSAGE FROM LI V ERPOOL-Tne very IMMfV superior packet ih'p MEMPHIS. Capt Knight, will JMMaBasail from Liverpool early in March. Peisuiti wishing to send fur their friends ?an have litem brought out in her or any of the regular packets by applying personally, or if by letter, posttaid.to JGsfePH McMURRAY, 100 Pine street, corner ol South. P S?Drafts for any amount, payable at sight in any hank, branch, or agency of a bank, in England, Ireland and Scotland, given by applying as above. jySlr UNITED LINE OK LIVERPOOL PACKE TS KMUfV?K-rsl Paakel?The sptendid last sailing tiack'-l ship dMHBfaEUTAW, Capt Thompson, is now loading and will in. n wiiti immrdiate despatch. For p.ssage early application should be made on boaid, or to W. A J. T. TAPSCOTT, 43 Peck slip, corner South street. Tersons drswous of sending lor their friends can have lliem brought out in this line, uu the most reasonable tciins, and those wishing to remit money can hare drafts for any amount payable ou demand,without discount, mail the piincipat 'owni aIiw., O.;,.. i 1...1...1 wn v.imiu miv uvawi. IJ r TlKAFTBON IKELA it), be. ?The subaciitiers ^coannie 1? give d raits payable on demand, without MAtfifaBili>couut, oi any charge whatsoever. IN IKr.LAND?The National Bank of Ireland, the I'roviucial Bank of Ireland, and their nrauchei in every county, IN ENGLAND AND WALES?Messrs. James Btilr, Son b Co., baukers, London, the Escnaiige and Discount Bank, Liverpool, and their brinches throughout England and Wales. IN SCOTLAND?The Eastern Bank ol Scotland, the Greenock Banking Company, and branches in the principal towns ; Sir Win. Forbes,Hunter It Co. Persons in the country wishing to remit money to their friend! in any part of England, Ireland, Scotland, or Wales, by enclosing the amount they wish to remit to the subscribers, witii the name and address of the parlies to whom it is to be sent. A draft for the amount will be forwarded the first packet after the receipt thereof, and acknowledgement of the same returned per first post. d?i W. b J T. TAPSCOTT. S3 Peek slip. New York. SS REMITTANCES TO IRELAND, fee., be.? tJrJtvVThr subscriber continues to transmit money, in sums JBSMmlarge or small to persons residing in any part of Ireland, in the same manner is he, and his predecessor in business. hare done for the last hirty years, and more; also, to any part ol England or Scotland. Money remitted bv letter (postpaid) to the subscriber, or "ersonally delimited witn him, with the name of the person or persons in Ireland, England or Scotland, to whom it is to be sen', and nearest post town, will be immediately transmitted and paid accordingly, and a receipt to that eifect given or for warded to the sender. In like manner money with or claims on persons in any part ol Ireland, England or Scotland, can bs collected by (he subscrieer, for persons residing in any part of the United States, or Canada, and will be paid to them accordingly, j 12 lm*r GKOKflF. MeBIIIDE. Jr.. *9 Cedar si. KEVIITTANCE8 TO ENGLAND, IRELAND JPjpSy.SCOTLAND AND WALES.?Persons proceedJBaUKs'iig or remitting money to any |>artof the old cnuutry, can at all times obtain rom the subscribers drafts at sight, for sny smount on the Royal Bank of Ireland and on Messrs. Prescett, Unite, Ames b Co, Bankets, London, which are paid irrr 01 uncoil m nr any r Marge unuiorm, IB ull til* principal towns or the United Kingdom. For terms, apply or address, if by letter, hoet hud, to ROCHE . BROTHERS k CO.. 35 Kulton st, next door to the Fulton Bank. P. 8.?The subscribers will as heretofore have a regular succemion of first class American ships, sailing weekly trom Liv pool, daring the present year. For Massage, apply as above, or to JAMES D. ROCHE, H Ooree Piazzas, f II ec Liv'Tnool. w NEW LINE LIVERPOOL PACKETS.?Packamy V. et 18th Feboary.?The splendid well known fast jMkwf^e sailing packet ship ROCHESTER, Capt. Philip Wood ate, will sail positively as above, her regular day, harm r immenced hi r regnla: trips in Messrs. Woodhnll k Minm. 's New Line of Liverpool Packets.^ The i eoiamodntioni of this ship lor eahin, second rslfhi and steerage pHaaeugers.esiinot he surpassed. having all the improveoep** of the new modelled packet shins. IVrtona desirous of ?? n. a berths should not fail to make early application on ,. a I, -M of Burling Slip, or to W. It J. T. TAPSCOTT. 43 Peck Slip, eor. South at. Persona eairms of tending for their friends in the old con otrv, can have them brought oat ou favorable te;ms, by the aoove favorite alup, which leaves Liverpool on the 5th of April, her regular day,'and those wishing to remit money can he supplied with drifts for any anu unt payable on demand, wi'hont li fount, in all the pnneip.il towna of Great UritA'u and Jreand. I he iiacket shin Holtinguer will succeed the Rochester, and .ail oii^the 16th MarchjJirrjegnlar day. j?8 r BRITISH ANU NORTH AMERICAN KOlrAL MAIL STF.AM SHIPS, Of llOOitons and 440 horse power each. Under contract With the Lord* of the Admit Jtr. HlBERNIA, C. II. E. Judkint, Commander. nKlTANNlA J. Hewitt, do CALEDONIA. E. O. Lott, do ACADIA. A. Ryrie do COLUMBIA, E. C. Miller, R N do Will sail from Liverjiool and Bosto1-, via Halifax at follows : ranis i.ivs.apnni.. moM eoiToli. Acadia, Ryrie, b ?b 4 Mar I Columbia, Miller, .Mar 4 Ap'l 1 Rritanuia, Hewiti, Ap'l 4 May I Hiherma. jndkins, Apl 19 M*y 18 The aeccmmo 'atioiis tor patarngert are superior. The ve srls ape <Cf*m|.atiied hy experienced surgeons, sod Ti'y supplied with Fiances' Patent Life Boats,

isssgr leilue-il to $130 (N > BerPa r.cured iutil paid fcr. For further Information apply io D. BlliUHAM. JR..at IIAK nDEN k GO'S. No.lWdkt. j'lOc REGULAR OPPOSITION TO CATS Cm. - "v t ?** KILL, and intermediate landing*, without tow ^ EJl^bargea?Regular day* 1'ioin < attakill, Mnu day*, Wednesday* and Friday*. Fiotn New York, Tncadaya, Thunday* and Saturday*.?Fare to or from Otukill, JO cent*. ? Berth* 25 cent*?Supper 20 ceitla. The new and fa*t itunwrWAVE, Captain Vauderbilt. will Idave Robinaon *t. pier Thuraday No*. !7th, at five o'clock. For further particular* inquire of the c*i ram on board. By running on the day* above named, there will b? daily com muairsllon between Cat*kill and New York (and intermediate place*) lor frrnrhtand poaaage at reduced price*. n*r *>*.. i BAIL ROA'f LINK OF STAGES flgMiHJ FROM NEW YORK TO BEDFORD lHBF,*it>W On and aft, rTueadav. January 3,1 IRI3 the *iiImc nlrer* will ruu n line of ?tage* Iroin Bedford to New Yoik three time* a week, a* follow*;? Leave* Heel-,-** ,vi?n*ion Houae, Bedford, every Monday, Wednesday auil Friday morning at SH o'clock. Leave* the Hail Road Hotel, corner of Bowery and Broom* ta, New York, every Thur*d*y, Wednerday and Saturday mominc, l,V "he 1 o'clock car*, pasiing Marble Hill, Ka*r Cheater-and Newcastle, and through Wnite Plain*, Kobhint' Mill* and Mile Square to Bedford HIRAM DEFOREST, G. C. LEWIS Proprietor*. The Red Bird Lii.e '' age* will continue to rnrt during ihe wiuter from White every day at U o'clock, aud New York at 2 o'clock, i M.. Sunday* excepted. HIKAM DEFOREST, f7!m*ec Proprietor. *IgsL. . WINTER ARRANGEMENT?S. M. ST'ia PKlNS'Lineot S for Youkeri, ltd ayac'**jH>V liohh* Kerry, Tarry Town, SnuSiug. Sodom a?,l nutrnr.it . n couuec, ion with the Harlem Railroad. Tin* line will le.tva New York ar 9 o'clock daily, h, ih Hi111< ad ear* for Willnnubridge, anil will convey pasaengrrs a* far a* Sing Sing and IVckaKill. And uu Tnciday, Thuraday and Sa.'utday, the line will be extended to Sodom. On Monday*. Weiln (day* and Friday* from Sodom to NewVork. M, M. TOMPKINS, Propiietor The Railroad Fare from Williamsbridge to N? w York u 25 cent*. f IP 2w*r F'Oh SALE I.IIKAP?A Bowing Allty, WWk tin* and l| pirtcnaucc*, all uearly new. AI,o a bnr with glaaa rate* and cloca-litiuie, the clock excellent, decanter*, gla tea, ca?k? Ac. to be told wuh bnr if detiled All may be ivmoved immediately. jCnonir* at No. j Murray at. lit ihe baar mem. I 11 lw*rc RK I NING, FEBRUARY 13, NEW JERSEY RAILROAD AND TRANSPOKTATLUN COMPANY. NEW YORK ANU NEWARK. flora tne fort of Conrtluidt itreet, New York (Kvery lUy?Sunday uai opted.) Leavei New York Leaven Newark At ? A.M. At i P. M At 7)4 A. M. AtlMF-.M liK do 4 do. 8 do. 3)4 do. do 9 do 6 do. 7 do. 11 l? do ON SONDATS. Krorn the foot of Oonrtlundt Mreet. Leave New York, Leave Newark. At 9 a p.i. and ita p m Ar iu p m ....i ii. p m nulvv yqFk. kLiza iittii' f own. "" Leave New York. Leave Elizabeth Town 9 A.m. 7 A.m. J P.m. ?X A.m. 2X " MX A. M. ? P. M. IX m. 1 P. M. 9X " The trains for Wrstfitli), Plaiofiold, Bonudbrook, Souterville, Ac., connect with the 9 A M, 2 ana 4X P M train* Irom New York, dtuly, Sundays eicepted. Fare between New York and Elizabeth Towu25 centi Fare beiwt-eu do and Soinerville. 74 ceuU. Nk'W YORK. RAHWAY AN1) NEW BRUNSWICK. Fare reduced, k toin the foot of Liberty street, daily. Leaie New York. Leave New Brunswick At 9 A.M. AtiHA. M. ? " 9 I'. M. On Sundays the iK and 7X A.M. trips fretn New Brunswick and 2X P. M. train from New York, are omitted. Fare between New Vo-'t and New Brunswick, 75 cents ILthwsy, It) ceuts The fare in the 57* aud 7X A. M. natut'roni New Brunswick, and aud IV t. M. train from New York, has been re dnced. New York and New Brunswick, to 59 cents " aud Railway to 27X " Passengers wlio procure tbeir tickets at the ticket office, re ceive a ferry tie.ket gratis. Tickets are received by the con dnrtor onlv on the itit when nnrehmaed. ??ii NEW Ytffik AND BOSTITN "K.\IL KOAD ONE. Via Norwich inn Worcester Haii.roads. Composed of the following sui>erior steamers running ill coo nection with the Norwick ft Worcester mid Worcester 8t Bostou Rail Roads? WORCESTER. Capt. J. H. Tanderbllt. NEW HAVEN, Cat*. J. K. Dustan. Cleopatra, capt . Ou and aftrt Monday, Nov.ftlst,this line will be run tri-week 1y,leaving New York, Tuesdays, Thursday* and Haturdayi only.at 4 P. M. The new and splendid steamboat NEW HAVEN, Captair J. K. Daman, will leave every Tneaday, Thursday ami Hatur day afternoon, at 4 o'clock. Passengers for Boston will be forwarded immediately on thr arrival of the above boats at Norwich, and will proceed with ont change of cars or baggage. For further information, enquire at tlie office of D. B. ALLEN, 39 I'oca slip, np stairs. All persona are forbid trusting huv one nu account of tlx above boats or owners. u2ir MORRIS AND ESSEX RAIL ROAD, N pfyiftj fscw Arruigeuitfiji?1 hi* Read ^having been rt-laid at grei ftmif. mhI esptdilions conveyance between New Yoik am Mortistown, will commence rnuuiuR two trip* daily, Snndayi excepted, ?>u and alter Monday, Jan. '-8. Kin.tTiain from Muiriatown will leare at7)^ A M. Second Train from Morriatowu will leave at IMP M. First Train from New York will leare at 9 A M?Newark a 9* A M. Second Tram frotn New York will leave at 2X P M?New ark at 9H P M. lasseiigers by the Morning Train froui Morriatowu will ar nre at Newark in time for the 9AM Train to New Ymk, ?> the moriiiuK Train to Philapolphit; by the Afternoou Trail they will arrive at Newark in time for the I ^ P M Train ti New Yoik or the Eve-iing Traiu to I'hiladelp1 la. Passengers by the Mi.ruing Trai from New York will airiv at Morriatowu in time to dine and take any of the Stage* run nine west or north from that placa. j<6 lui*rc WINTER AHHA SUKMKN'l. N I)"T^nAD7. IN DIRECT. Via Newark, New Brunswick, Princeton, Trenton, Borde! town and Burlington. THROUGH IN SIX HOURS. Leave New Yoik, from the loot of Libcity street, daily, at A M and 4\ P M. 'l'ne luoruinu L.?ne proceeds to Bortleulowu, Irom thence h eteamDoat to Philadelphia. The Evenine Line proceeds direct te Camden, (opposil Philadelphia) without choline of cart. Passengers will procure their ticket* at the office foot of L berty street, where a commodious steamboat will be in read nesss. with baggage crates on board. Philadelphia baggage crate* are conveyed from city to city without being opened by the way. Each train is provided with s Ladies Car, in which ire apari menu and dresatng rooms expressly for thy Ladies nse. Hemming, the lines leave Philadelphia from the foot e Chestnut street by railroad from Camden, at 9 o'clock A M.au 5 o'clock, P M. The Lines for Baltimore, leave Philadelphia at 7 A M, and 4 M, being a continuation of the line* from New York. >9* lm? r DAILY PACEAOE EXPRESS CAR KOR ALBANY TROY, AND BUFFALO. -SB# ^ygSLr^aP: $rQ J*?WL By the Housatonic Kail Koad, running throngh from (hi* C*t to Albany in Twtlip Hoars. Learps at 7 o'clock in the morning. The subscriber* hare made arrangement* mlk the Hnuu loni Kail Hood Company, to rau an Express Car yexclusivel for oui owu imrpose) daily, over their road with trie oasscure train, running through bo Albany in twelre hours, and are nor prepared to recr ire and forward at low rate*, specie, Ban Note*, Packages, Bales and Cases of Goods, &c., for uuy o the shore named or intermediate places. Will attend promptly to the collection olid payment of billi notes, draft* and accounts, and such other business as may b entrusted to their care. djr POMLROY It CO. I Wall sheet, New York. FULLEN <fc COPP*S ~rfL^Ldbii| NKW^^fTLBTNr K.AI EXPRESS. Musars. Harndm 8t Co, haviug disposed of their roati from New York to Alenuy and Tioy, the snbecri bers, the old cuuuuetora of Harnden He Co's Northert Express, Iron. New York, will continue to run ai heretoforejlenviint New York, Albany ami Tray, Daily ,am connect at Trov with Jacobs' Moutrerl Repress, and will for ward Specie, Uauk Notes, Packlges, Bnndles.Cases of Goods lie., to any place lietireen New Y'nrk aim Montreal, am throughout the Canada's. Also East, frnm Troy and Albany t Boston, and West from Albany to Buffalo. All burinesa entrusted to their charge will be promptly at tended to. Particnlar attention will be paid to the eolleclioi of notes, drafts, arcuptaurca, Ac... and promt t returns mad* fe rhe same, PULLEN Ik COPP. Offices? I'ullen It Coop, JM! Wall street. New York. Tnos. Cough, l.'i Exchange, Albany. A (J. Filkins, tit River street, Troy. S. Jacob's Exchange Conrt, St Paul st, Montreal REFERENCES. New Yobk. Alhaisv. Tno*. Prune, Ward Ik King, B. J. Hnmpbrjy, Ino. Payne, Jacob Little, Ir Co.. Thos. (iao.ith. I'. Wells, John T. Smith, It Co.. 8 K. Stow, Pennon It Hoffman, O. 8. Dong las Carpenter Ik vermilye, F. Leeke Houghton Ik Co. Drew, Robinson A Co. u21 STATEN ISLAND KERRY. Foot of WhiMhall street On and after Dec. Sd, the steamsr STAT UN ISLANDED will run its follows, nnril further notice !? LKAVE STATEN ISLAND. NEW YORK. IX A M, 9A.M. ' . a P. M. IM P. M, djr _ HE\K, ALL YE SU K AND AFFLICTED, HOW Yl MAY BE CURED. I'hii.tDki.rHia, Dicembrr?. To Dr D J syne?Dear Sir?J ?r . a >,.i*h>uy soil mi: rulnu henefi iil i tr.'C(s vi ur valuable Etpec'orsrit had on m nenili'i 'f, the He* Mr I'us.toy. tn de so favorable an iinprn ston on mv mind, ih ,t alter eon.oiling wiih nr. ral f lends, am learning that you were a regular praeti'miier (,f medicine, called upon you ard purch ;? (1 hill a d>z*u Iro'tles, si d tn'i you that il I li' d to t.il?e ir.em yu vhcu il lures good mp.ir from me I am aliye ami well this day. Thanks be to a merciful Ood and v?ur Espictorant?and f now come forward cheerfully ti Iu!frI my promise. For twenty long vests had I been a constant sufferer lion the effect" of a hard, dry Cough, |>?tii iu the breast, and difficut tc of breatliiriit; the Isst flee ot whrc i, chills a'?d fevers, sser] spring and fall, added to my tniser'-. | was worn awsy to i niere skeleton; with the gieatest difficulty on'y 1 couMk'tui and di'Wn stairs; my appetite was gone .and m\ slrrr cth had si far tailed rne lhat my frLndi were prrsttided I cou'u not snr rive m nv weeks nnless I obtained relief Indeed, sir, mv aiiuatmn wa? ?o perfectly m ynblr to mytelf, ?nd a# diatrea* ogio'ey famly, ill >1 I If It ?tiling I > di> wherryer it ?honh plrtir the N' ialer to take me home. Bui I heard qI vonr mr tlinne, aU'l rtlirt came. Ye*, it proved the " Balm of Oilrad1 tn my p ? r r (flic led body. Before 1 had taken one botte I n peilrucrd a mitigating of *11 my i> laniomi. and to my grea joy I found lit toe rontinnrd n*e of it the hapmrtt relet. Ii ahoit.iir, ir hit mule * neifect rure of me?aud I Can truly u< I hate lie <le*lre to he better. Now I ronciher it a d?ry I owe to yoo, and thn nib yjn, th< public, to make my Caae known. believing that it will he th< mem* of directing hun'ttda who are alllirted ak I have hern to the me i I a ri medv which, under the bleaau gt of God, eo'tidrr to h i?r preterm! my life. V. n are ?i lih ry, ?ir, ro m ik? nar of t' n letter to your id rani -Re, am', make my r are a* i itt niive'v known a < Viu pleaar If lh"re be auv who innht the truth ol th above are tint, r?fr them to ni . 1 ?h II he hapi y to are them, ami will not onlj Confirm i lie above tlitemeii'a, bnt will civ* Mom particular w hi ell ii ?. ii'd he unto ee?a* ' y in fiuniah lor thr | nb'ic p ? With ere luting itratimde, I am, daur air vonr nhliget friend. MAMY U1I.L, Corner# f Koaeit, and G rm utowu r i?d. Prepi.eJ or Iv v y Dr. I) Jiyno, N \ Jfl South Third ?trret Mnl.ideli.hii, i . athia to iv olBce, 305 Broadway. Price 81 i buttle. fl? ! "_ I o THK UK AD IN G PUBLIC. , PHK I'NDKIfalGNKD, it the aolicitation of nnrncron' I friend*, will re..nni the sale of Pero'dirala, NeWapipe>i and Karra*. at do- oil lerrodicil and Newapapt r l)e|>ot, No |6T Broadway, on I'lt'oUy urir, Peh. Ulh, where the pnolii will lind all -he daily piper* and light lit-ratur of thi day ai the liiwettpubliahine price*. 1 bia imi er. the llf.lt ALU, wi 1 be found it the *b ive. f II 8. j.8t?wi* re J- W. K KLLt k CO. CI MTI'K.K?170 r k, ? . alia j II alt I V K nullah I n|.|a I, I loot I o It ol. tot a tie III Iota to >mt puicnaaer* by K K. COLLINS h CO., Hi M Soath turrcu IERA 1843. Albany. I Conrcipoudtnrc of the Herald. 1 Albany, Friday, Feb. 10. Several appointments were made to-day, but none for the city of New York. The office seekers trom your city still hang on in anxious expectation?even t]iose already disappointed, still think there is a chance fur them, It's "hope on,hope ever," with thein. Among the appointments made to-day were the lollowmg, which are the moat important of them ?the rest being merely notarie.% and auch like .? Cheater Heyden, Amos Woodworth and Pomeroy Jones, to be Judges of the County Courts for OiieiTU.I... : 1 ua. mc 1091 is u rc-appuimmeni. Charles Goodyear, to be First Judge of the conn ty id Schoharie. There was little or nothing ol general importance done in either branch el the Legislature to day. In the Assembly, to-duy. Gen. Davis (the Speaker) continued, but did not conclude, his speech commenced yesterday on the Governor's Message. It is about the best speech of the session, and shows Gen. D. not to be behind any member of the House in talent. The speech o( Wn.i.ts Halt, was a most able one indeed, but I am inclined to think Gen. I).'s lar excels it. There ia only one objection, and that is its great length. He was "most peculiarly happy in some of his allusions. For instance, in speaking of Gov. Seward's recommending the vigorous prosecution of the public works, and that the State should go on borrowing, he said it reminded him of a story he once heard. A German musician had been employed to play a specitied number of tunes on a certain wind instrument. He had scarcely got Hgoing before his employers began to cry, "blow harder? blow harder!" and at each successive impulse the jierformer putted away, blowing stronger and stronger, until he was eventually obliged to desist, from exhaustion. Nothing satisfied, "blow harder? blow harder!" was still the cry. At length, exasperated to a final effort, he turned upon his persecutors and said : " It's easy enough to say,' Blow harder? blow harder!' but where the devil is the wind to i come from V la the Senate, Mr. Portkr gnve notice ol a bill to regulate the fees of inspectors of provisions in the city of New York, and of the health officer. Look out for a sweeping cutting down, O, ye newly t appointed officers, for retrenchment is the order of uie tiny. In the Assembly, Mr. Lkk introduced n bill to amend the revised statutes relative to the inspection of pot and pearl ashes, Arc. in the city of New York. Mr. Lki.and gave notice of his intention to introduce a bill to aid in the construction of the New York and Erie Railroad. Mr. W. Hall gave notice of his intention to in troduce a bill to regulate the deposit of public money, received under protest by public officers Mr. H also culled up his resolution asking the Comp I troller to report whether any portion ol the mill tax l had been pledged lor money borrowed, Arc. und it ? was aoopted. As usual, Mr. E. Strong took the o|>por!unity to make himselt a philosopher on the subject of the t beautiful and classic language he used toward a fellow member the other day. . Simon. i Seneca Falls. (Corrr?|Hindinrrol the Herald.] Seneca Falls, Feb. 1, 1843. 1 Progrett of Religion and Piety?The Devil at hit rl\u.mp??Ball* and Cotillont?An Elopement? State of Ihings. Dear. Sir? The people of this village have, for the last lew K weeks, been raised to the highest pitch of excitement, by the preaching ot Mr. Bernard, a very pious Baptist minister, of the Miller school. He preached ? in this village about two weeks, and set a number of iy our goodly inhabitants in a state of excitement by ,e his eloquence. He look in gratuities rising #100 from this town. During his preaching he had a per1. feet "rush." as the savinir is. r We will put Seneca Falls against the world for * preaching and praying, dancing and fiddling, tec., t- tec. There are three protracted meetings and three . dancing schools now in full tide of operation. The d Baptists commenced the work of God. and are go ing it strong, baptising scores weekly, and almost p daily. They preach up Millerism to the highest point, alleging that the world will, without any mistake, terminate on the third of April next, and scaring our inhabitants into their doctrines by the wholesale. The Methodists came next, and opened with a burst of Demosthenian eloquence from the lips of the Rev. Mr. Storey, which made the walls shake and the people tremble. They, too, are multiplying rapidly, and the anxious seats are well filled, and r about a hundred joined the church. Last night the i streets leading to the churches were literally crowd? ed with human beings wending their way to the dif? ferent churches. "What'sto pay?" asked hundreds of people. "Why, hav n't you heard that the preachi, er solemnly declared that to day was the last day of r grace, and that no more conversions would take place after to-night?" "Why.no. Do they say it is - so? If it is, we must go " And all the churches were crowded to overflowing; and thus it goes in this town from one week's end to another. The Presbyterians cannot make a raise, though they have tried their best to do so. About a week ago a Mr. Richards wasnnnounced to preach to the B young, and it being the night for one ot the balls, the sisters of the church went around to all the tesi* i dences of the females, and requested them to stay J away Irom the ball and go to church. But it wns "no go;" they showed their preference for dancing. . The dancing schools increase rapidly, and balls J and cotillens arc nightly occurrences. Surely this i-? u Kiwu ni'nu, (Km iiu inisirtpraying, fiddling, daucing, &c. Your paper is in great demand here?it is looked to for all the latest news, money articles, iY*c. We hadqitite a romance here last Sunday. One of our " bloods," had been courting a young lady for some time, until about two months since, when he was forbid by the lady's parents; and ln-t Sunday he went and called the young lady out of' the singer's seats, in one of our churches, and jumped into the cars and went to Syracuse, and there the hymeniai band was joined, and on Wednesday rc' turned home "The course ol true loTe," Sic. H. M. F. Rochester. (Correspondence of tin? Herald. 1 Rochkstkr, Jan. 31, 1848. l' Singular Prmlaination bit the Shaken in the IVert- Sew Belief of (lie Day of Jwtgment?A Mono' poly. Drar Sir? , I hand you the following notice, which was co. pied by me from the original, which is hung in large , characters upon the door of the office or church ym of the Shakers, at their settlement, near Mount | Morris, Livingston county. You may think it of I sufficient interest to circulate among your nume* I rnus suliecribers. The doctrines of Miller are as nothing when compared with this bulletin of the " Lord's annointed":? Holt Ai>rkatiikurrr. f The worda #f the Lord Jehovah, (rut forth by ton he? lovad Son, Je*n* Christ, the Savior of men, to be placed l> upon the office doer ol hi* choien people, at Oroveland. II Liaten and hear the word* of the Lord yourO d, oh ye inhabitant* that dwell around thi?,my consecrated ground My order to you 1?, that you enter no more through thi* I door until in my wudom I think proper; yea, u heavy curie will I fend upon the one thnt dare presume to break " thu my holy comm mil ; yea, I will *end acuric ujion that " "oiil in my own time, and in mine own way, that he can ' not escnpe So I warn you he careful how you touch my y "acred dwelling. For I would that all men begin to know there ii a Ood.and of a certainty that my word iatrtie and ' faileth not. Yea, woe unto that aoutthat darn raiae hia p hnad to put ofTthi* my *olemn warning , yea, a heavy I cur?e will I aend on that hand. Therefore, I any he careful, oh ye nation" that dwell round thiathe " larael of my delight," how ye touch these "acred dwelling", lor unto you do I ?end this "tiered warning My word is finished. ' Taken from the mouth ot the Lord Johovah, by the holy Savior, and cauttxl to be el ace 1 on this door. So 1 *ay, " ' Touch it not"?worda of th;i Holy savior, j Draw near, oh ye inhahitnnt* that dwell around thia pe. ruliar spot ol the Lord your God?listen ai.d hear, tor I "hall peak forth eternal truth, for you may rest me. tired this is . the people of hi* peculiar eare, nnd here i* the place where ' Ood hath placed hia name in /ion lor aulvntiou, and no where else. Approved of by the leading authority ofthe Society, i and in union with our Lord and SHvior, we hereunto aet i our names and atlix otir seals. Signed, DANIEL DRYER, LUCIUS SOUTHAICH, JESSE LEONARD, JOHKI'H PEL HAM. 1 can a sen re von of the truth ol the above copy.? They are firm in the betirt that Christ is about to " make his descent among them only, and they alone mean to enjoy his coming Therefore they close their doom upon the world. A SnwcuisgK M 1L D. Pilf? Two OmMi Letter from Coney Island on thV PoIIm Hyitcm. Friknd Hknnktt:? Discovering the difficulty of your city authorities to devise a plan to establish a |*>lice detriment and having read the several documents presented by some ot the in oat learned and prominent gentlemen of your city, I here send you my views upon the subject. If you should deem them deserving attention, you will please give them publicity The department should consist of at least, six divisions, stationed at the following places, consisting of fifty men each. 1st division should be stationed at the Exchange, or somewhere in the vicinity of Wall street, halt of which ahould at least pass six times through the several streets about the Exchange, and ten times through Wall street. No policeman should be permitted to enter any bank or broker's office, or speak to any broker in the street, except on business. This division should consist of broken merchsnts. (letaniters anil hank clerks. The captain ahould be a man who has taken the bankrupt law, and who has a large pair of whiskers, to appear courageous. Bach individual composing this division should be able to boast of being at one time worth $>100,000 in lancy stocks. 2d might be stationed st the Astor House or its vicinity. This division should comprise bankrupt storekeepers, men who have dined at the City Hotel on roast heel when their families have dined on mutton broth. Hall should perambulate Broadway, enter stores, lean upon the counters, and watch the ladies, and, if possible, detect them in the very act of shoplifting; they should keep a careful look out for genteel rogues. The captain should be one who has once possessed #200,000 in real estate but has been bamboozled out of it. Sii division should be stationed at Tammany Hall,or in in vicinity. It should be com|>osed of disappointed politicians, bankrupt editors, and mad poets. This division would prove extremely serviceable in preventing the sale of obscene prints; for this purpose they should be provided with tickets, when stopping the newspaper boys, and having thoroughly examined these papers, and discovering nothing improper, a ticket given to the boy ahould exempt them from further examination on that day. This division should he empowered to visit the various newspaper establishments in the neighborhood of Nassau street, and scrutinize the proof sheets, and if there is anything th.it may be deemed libellous or defamatory in any shape in the print; the steam should be blown off, and tne editor summoned to appear betore the captain ol the division. The captain of this should be by all means a bankrupt editor, and a good judge ot poetry, and one who can boast of seeing better days. 4th might be stationed at conjunction of Chat liarn street and the Bowery This division could prevent a thousand abuses in that neighborhood. It is quite necessary that this division should be compos eu iiHicny 01 runups unit r>iacK-legs,men wtio are wen acquainted about the doing* in ihe Bowery. It may be deemed necessary to have n man at the head of this division who has seen nil sorts of times, and who is of a courageoustemperament. The division might perambulate the Bowery and East Broadway us well as the eastern section of the city. 5th. This division should be directed to parade around the docks, to keep awake loafers and prevent boys sucking their stomachs full of molasses, which has an evil tendency?to physic them without the advice of the doctor. This division should be provided a certain mumberof dogs to destroy dock rats No policemen of this division should be per| mitted to set on, or go near, a brandy or a gin barrel on the docks. The captain of this should be a man who has seen considerable of salt water, and who lias been around Cape Horn three times, and who can boast of killing some Feejee islanders. 6ih, and the last division, should be stationed at the University, or in the vicinity of Washington Square. It might be made up ol those who havo lived in the neighborhood of Washington Square, tind have become insolvent on account of high living and drinking champaign to appear resectable. Much good might result Iroru this division?to prevent (he stealing of silver spoons and gold watches. If you should deem ir worth while to lay the above before the nubile. I feel certain that some good might be the result. Being much oppre?8ed with the duties of my office, or else I would extend my remarks upon the expediency of adopting the above. Sir, I am your's, With the greatest respect, John Wiskhkad, Mayor of Clumville, Capital ot Coney Island. Feb. 4th, 1843. Newark. [Conctpooilvuce of the Herald. I Newark, Ohio, Feb. 8,1843. TV Ohio legislature?The Currency?Hon. Mr. Parker's leind Bill?Progress oj Neurology? Great Effort to encourage Cost Johnson in his Endeavors to Effect the Assumption eff State Debts? Removal o/ Postmaster, 4*c. The divisions in the democratic majority in the Ohio Legislature, appear to be in a measure healed, and the policy to be adopted with regard to the currency would seem to be, (as I predicted before tho session commenced,) a modification of the law passed lust year, and generally known as " Latham's Bill." A bill containing the proposed modification is now under consideration, and will, I have no ddubt, become a law. Will it have any practical effect 1 1 am inclined to think that it will not have the slightest. Investments so much more profitable can now he made of money, that any on" who would invest it for legitimate banking purposes must be indeed foolish. I am, therefore, of opinion that the ten hanks which remain to us in Ohio, will be all we shnll have for some time to come, and also that, in ordinary times, they would be amply sufficient for the purposes of trade and commerce. A bill now unrler consideration in the Senate, and introduced by the lion. James I'Hrker, the Senator from this district, will, if passed, have more effect in relieving the people of Ohio of the distresses a liirh iHpv nftmnlnin nf nnH will tmtrnfl'mni'fl n/ debts, than perhaps any mensine within the sjihere o( legislation It i rovitles ior the appraisement of lands when taken on execution, at which appraisement the creditor must take the land, or such part of it as will satisfy his debt, subject at any time within one year to redemption by the debtor. It in at the option of the creditor to levy or not on the land; but when once the levy is made, he must take it at the appraisement, unless the debtor chooses to iwy him otherwise The bill is almost exactly similar to laws now in force in Maswachusetts, and I believe Connecticut. If it become a law, the debtors of (>hio will pay off their New York creditors in lands. Vurology.Phreno-Mngnetisni.iSre., have been attracting much attention in onr city for two or three weeks. The Rev J. 1'. Stuart lectured on Neurclo. cy to crowded houses, and succeeded in convincing many very sceptical persons. Several gentlemen, residents of our city, in theiratternpfsto satisfy themselves on that sulpect, have made very successful experiments in Phreno-Magnetism. I 'r. Parnell succeeded the Rev. Mr SRuart, and will remains week or more, longer. I'r. I'.'s subject (who is a young mail of sorr.e little cultivation of mind more than we usually find in persons thus tngnged) is fond, when in magnetic sleep, of spouting a hi Shakspeare, and seems emulous of the glories of Macready, Keun, and Forrest. As Dr. Parnell confines himself to this one subject, and ss the oracular sayings of this subject are of a ca?tao theatrical, his experin ents have served to unmake many of Mr. Stuart's converts ? Apart from this, they have b?en vastly amusing The assumption by the National Government of I the Stite debts, is attracting more an<1 more attention with every coming day, in this quarter A great meeting, without distinction ol party, was held at the Court-house, on the 1th insf,, at which a series of resolutions advocating such assumption, was introduced by the Hon William JMftnberry. forniery a distinguished member of Congress. The resolutions were sirennouslv opposed hy the Hon. 15 If Tavlor, and the Hon. R. Rnggs, mid supported by the Hon Mr Stanberry in a s|>eech of distinguished ability. Daniel Duncan, Esq , having intimated a desire to address the meeting, and the hour being la'e.n motion to adjourn until f.ie llih inst. was carried. The whole com tv will doubtless be aroused and pour into cur citv to be in it'tendance on the adjourned meeting The wings are generally in favor of a-snmption, and the democrats as generally opposed m If On tli mil, the contending parttes will meet in battle ariay on that question, which ere long will lie,I rallying cry, moei probab y, in all the indebted States; but, heaven grant, that it maybe ineffectual in its endeavor to destroy the credit of the whole nation. Ma Ion M. Cufl'ee, Esq., has la-en removed from ihe cilice of Postmaster at Newark, and the Hon. Levi J Haughey, a democrat, (lately a Judge of the Court ot^ Common Pleas) been appointed in his place. The whig party is in a state of great excitement on the subject of this removal, and has held an indignation meeting to give vent to its angry feeflllga. L'OtClDENT*. V