Newspaper of The New York Herald, September 10, 1843, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated September 10, 1843 Page 1
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# mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmamm TH Vol. IX.?No. ?44?Whole No. 3400 FOR HALIFAX Si LIVERPOOL. I Th? Ro?al Mail Steam Ship BRITANJ. Hewitt. Est] , Commander, will Miil'ifiBfcM? ' Boston for the above ports on Saturday ltitli instant. Passage to Liverpool $120. Passage to Halifa* . 20. Apply to D. BRIGHAM, Jr..Agent, ?8r No. 3 Wall street. - STEAM SHIP NEPTUNE. Captain y'trAWilliam Rollins?To sail on Satujd.-iy. Oc1 '>er "til- at 4 o'clock. P. M., for ( harleslon, Key West, Havana. New Orleans, and Galton. Texas This su|?rior packet stumer it now being overhauled and put iu |>er|i ct order for the eason. Her cabins and state rooms are elegantly furnished, and passeugeis can rely ?n every comfort ana accommodation in her. Kor passage as above, in th? cabins or steerage, and for light f'Hsht and specie for Charleston, apply to ^ BROWFR sT ?tr 71 Wall it. r DRAFTS ON ENGLAND. IRELAND /WMflB Sic.?Persous about remitting money to tlieir friends iu the "old country," can be supplied with Drafts, in sains of 1, 2, 3, 5, 10, ^*^raSSHfc?20 & ?50. or any amount, iwyable ou demand without discount or any other charge, at the National Bank of Ireland, Provincial Bank, do., Meaars. Jamea Bult, Son Si Co., Bankers, London, I. Barned Sl Co., Exchange and Discount Bank, Liverpool, Ea?teni Bank of Scotland, Greenock Bauking Company, Sir Win. Forbea Hunter Ik Co.. Scotland, and t lie brandies in every port town throughout Kuglaud. Ireland, Scotland and Wales, which drafts will be forwarded by the Mearntc *rita?m?,?T . . W. & J. T TAP8COTT At their General Paauge Ofu?,i 3 Peck Sly, corner SoutHrt. N. B.?All letten from the country must come post paid. s9 Fare 3"K emu. N. B.?Stages will be in attendance to convey passengers from the aforsaaid landing places to any part of the County required. Shrewaharv "ill go the inner miurr. when practicable. NEW YORK AND KINGSTON STEAM FREIGHT AND PASSAGE LINK. jg*I For Kingston, anc Delaware and Hudson fl. ?steamboats EMERALD and NOR'""''I The EMERALD, Captain John Ketcliam, will leave New York, loot ,)f Murray street, eTery Mouday and Thursday at J o'clock, P M. Will leave Kingston (Ron out landing) every Wednesday and Saturday at 3 o clock, P. M. 'rtie NORWICH, Captaiu John Samuel*, will leave New York, toot of Warren street, every Wednesday and Saturday at 1 o'clock, P. M. Will hate Kingston (Rondout landing) every Tuesday and Friday at 3 o'clock, P. M. EXTRA TRIPS. The EMERALD will leave the foot of Murray street every Sunday inarningat 7 o'clock. Returning, leaves Kingttou at i o'clock, same day. For freight or iwssage apply on hoard, or to WILLIAMSON, BARLOW & CO., ?21 3m*r Ifil West street. NEW ARRANGEMENT. FARE AND FREIGHT REDUCED. mA REGULAR MAIL LINE?FOR PROgjgjSL?3?VlDENCE AND BOSTON, via. 8TON 3KS3S3E.INOTON AND NEWPORT?Lomiwsed of the following superior steamen, niiiniug in conuectiou with the Stonington and Boston and Providence Railroads MASSACHUSETTS, Capt. Comstock. RHODE ISLAND, Capt Thayer. PROVIDENCE. NARRAOAN8ETT. MIIIU'.HAN. Our of which will leave New York daily (ftundavi e*cepted) from Pie* No. 1, Batu-ry Place, N. Kiver, at 5 P. M. ' arrangements. The rhode ISLAND, Captain Thayer, on Monday, and Wedueaday for ftUmingtou and Newport, and Friday for ^The*MA88ACHURETT8, Captain Comatock, on Turnday and Thtindav for Stonington, and Saturday for Stonington, Newport and Providence. J'a*ieniter?, on the arrival of the itrainm it Stonington. will l>e immediately forwarded in tlie aplendid and commodioua Cara of the Railroad to Providence and Bonton, and if for New|K>rt will proceed in the aleamer Mohegan (in inperior order) from tlieuca it 6 o el<*:k the following morning, thoa giving them an opportunity of a nighi'a rest on hoard th? ste.vnier iVaanachnaetu or Rhode laland, and then breakfast on board the Mohegan. . ., . The above itMmera hare been thoroughly equipped and prepared to promote celcrity of travel and the comfort and secoriiy of passengers, and not aurpaeaed by any in the United For or freight, which ia taken at very reduced ratea, apply on hoird, at north aide of pier No. I. 32 Broadway, or office of Samuel Deve;.u, freight agent, on the wharf. Ticketa for t'.ie runt.* and simmers'berths oan be aecured on board, or at tlie office of ' HARNDEN k CO., No. 3 Wall .treet |T7-Od and after llie 10th iust. freight wiil not be reeeived anaforw tutted after hall-past 4 P. M. m9 6si* m f orbUkkalo a.nd"allTar tk wk? tSS assuTIation paSSauTtTTTkice to albany. Utica $2 00 Rochester, $3 00 Syracuse, 8 2i Buffalo, 3 M* Oswego, J 2A Up. and Lower Canada 5 JO By the fait line to Buffalo and fonnd, $8 00. For passage apply to S< l. ray, anM 3m m OS Barclay street, New ^ <vl<. I'ATKRSON RAILROAD. I . ~ "" From r*t?r?on to J?r??y City. On and *<Vr Monday, 17th July, tw ear* will laar* Pat*, mow UrroT Liate Nrw V'ori. ? A. M. ? A. M. II* " 1 ?X P M. 4 >. M. 4 ON SUNDAYS. Liuvk P*T?mow D*roT. Lkavk Nrw York. i?tl. s**if "?rvuportation eari p| daily (Snndayi aic?i<t?l.) Paaarapn arr ndriifd t? b? at th? Fwty, foot of Courtlaudt ?tn*t, a jiW minuu* bWora tha autad hour* of tawrtw*. Jyll ?n -ion. UKANl) FISHINU EXCURSION TO THE SKA BASS BANKS?OFF SANDY * HOOK.?The steamboat SUPERIOR, Cape. John Gould, will leave for the Fishing 13anIn on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of this *i*k, landing ut Fort Hamilton each way. _ Capt. Peacock, with his harpoons will be on hand. A splendid Band of Music is engiged. Co til I ion and other dances on hoard. Bait furnished ou hoard, gratis. Places of calling?foot ofChambers street, at 8 o'clock; Amos street " ? imst 8: Canal street past 8; Catharine Kerry, Brooklyn, 9; foot ofTike street V past 9, and nier No. 1 Battery, % past 9. On returning at half past 6 ocloclc, the boat will call at the above places and land passengers, and on these occasions will be accompanied with chambermaids. Refreshments on board. Fare for the Excursion 50 cents. Children half price. The Superior will make her excursion to Harlem every Suu day a.< usual s^ fit*r .rt-to?t PEOPLE'S LINK OK ST I1'. A VI IK I ATS FOR ALBAN V?Daily at 7 o'clock P. M." *** ** 'rt...,..(ji. direct?From the steamboat pier between Courtlandt and l.ihfrty streets. Sunday excepted. Th? steamboat KN1CICKRBOCKER.Capt. A. P. St. John, will leave Monday, Wednesday and Friday keening*, at seven o'clock. Steeiaboat ROCHESTER, Capt. A. Houghton, will leave Tuesdey, Thursday, and Saturday at 7 P. M. At S o'clock P. M.?Landing at Intermediate Places. Ster.mboat NOKTH AMEtllCA, Capt. M. H. Truesdell, will leas* Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday afternoon, at 5 o'clock. ateembont SOUTH AMERICA, Capt. L. W. Braiuard, will leave Tuesday, Thursday aud Saturday Evening, at five o'clock. l'asseugcri taking this Line of Boats will invariably arrive in Albany m ample time to take the Morning Train of Cars for the east or west. The above boats are new and substantial, are furnished with neat and elegant State Rooms, and for speed and accommodations are unrivalled on the Hudson. For Passage or Freight, apply ou board, or to P. C. Schnltx at the office ou the wharf. si yg> ,a3? SEVEN O'CLOCK MORNING LINE &T^3r**E^r3?FOR ALBANY, TROY, and intermedial HG?JCHLLandiugs?From the steamboat pier, at the foot of Barclay street. Breakfast and Dinner on board. Leaves New York?The Empire on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The Troy on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 7 A. M. Landing at?Caldwell's, West Point, Newburgh, Hnmpton, Poughkeeosie. Hyde Park, Rhiueheck, U. Red Hook, Bristol, Catsxill, Hudson, Cnxsackie and Kinderhook. The new low pressure steamer EMPIRE, Captain S. R. Roe, on Wednesday, at 7 o'clocl?in the morning, Aug. 16. The new low pressure steamer TROY, Captain A. Uorham, on Thursday, at 7 o'clock in the morning, Aug 12. ror passage, apply at tne omce, loot 01 uarclay street, or oa board. Notice.?All Good*, Freight, Baggage, Bank Bill*, Specie, or any other kind of Property, taken, shipped, or |>ut on board the Doata of thi* Liue.inust be at the risk of the owuers of such goo<b. au!6r A0 INDEPENDENT REGULAR OPI'OSlCL^r?HL'C3?TION NIGHT LINK FOR ALBANY & 3LaaKJLTHOY?Through Direct, without Landing ? '1 lie commodious and substantial steamboat PORTSMOUTH, Capt. O. House, will leave New York from the foot of Barclay street, 011 Moudays, Wednesdays and Fridays: and will leave Albany and Troy on Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, and will continue these trips for the season. Freight taken at reduced rates. Apply on board. P. S.?Th- above boat liaa undergone a thorough repair, and is in lirst rate order. si lm*r 4a SEVEN O'CLOCK EVENING LINK 'ff for ALBANY' AND TKOY' direct, without 3EMaaBb?K.laudiiig?the splendid low pressure steamboat BVVALLOW, Captain A. McLean, will leave the foot of Courtlandt street every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday minis, at 7 o'clock, for Albany direct. The Swallow has a large number of slate rooms, aud for s|>erd and accommodations is uot surpassed ou the Hudson. and ec regular opposition fortso31MJZ3* TON. via NEWPORT AND PROVInri BC3E- DENCE?Fare to Boston $2 10; Deck SI 10; do ciiaige (or Berths. Newpor; and Providence $1; Deck 10 els. The fast sailing steamboat CURTIS PECK, Captain Wm. H. Peck, leave* Catharine Market slip, East River, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 1 o'clock, P. M. For passage or freight apply ou board, or to A. D. PECK, 301 South st. aul lm*m NEWARK AND NEW YORK.?Far* A. -SMLlm JPonlv 12% Cents !?The splendid steamer PASSmbSBKL S AIC, after June 1th, will run as follows:? Leave the foot of Barclay street.' New York, at 10 A. M., and 4 p. m. Leaves the foot of Centre sum, Newark, at 1% A. M , and and l)i{ P. M. The accommodations both for passengers and freight have been greatly improved. Freight carried at very low rates. jy 16 3m*ee .O '> M STATEN ISLAND FEKRY, FOOT ?g~arjU?3?OF WHITEHALL ST.?The stmmboat* STATEN ISLANDER and SAMSON will run as follows until further notice :? Leave New York t, 9, 10, 12, 2, 3.^, S, 6. Leave Staten Island 8, 9, 10, 12, 2, 4. 1. 6. All goods shii<|?d are lequired to be particularly marked and are st the risk of tlie owners thereof. si r l?jn 0m new arrangement for SHREWSBURY?Long Branch. Sandy SE__3?dZ.Uook, Ocean House and Eatontown Landing. Tlie new Steamboat SHREWSBURY, Captain John P. Corlies. will now run as follows, on and alter Thursday, 27th inst :?(raving New York, from the foot ?(' Robinsou street, every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 10 o'clock, A. M. And Eatontown Landing on Monday, Wednesday aud Friday, at m o'clock, A. M. The Shrewsbury will run as above, weather permitting, until further notice. All baggage at tlie risk of the owners. E NE NEW BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN ROYAL MAIL STEAM SHIPS, Of 1200 ton* and 440 horse power oacb. Appointed by the Admiralty to tail between Liverpool and Button, calling at Halifax to land and receiv.- Passeusetigers and Her Majesty's Mails. HIBKRNIA, Captain Charles H. K. Judkiui. CALEDONIA, Captain Edward ti. Lott. AJ'AI)IA, Captain Alexander Ryrie, BRliANNIA, fVptnin John Hewitt. Will sail for Boston via Halifax, r rom Bostom. Fkom Liwiitrooi.. Acadia. Ryrie, 16th August. 19th July. Hil>ertfla, Judklus, 1st Sept. 4th August. Britannia. Lott, lfith do 19tli do These ships carry ex|>erienced surgeons, and are supplied with v rauces' Patent Lift Boats. Passage to Liverpool $120?To Halifax $20. No berths secured until paid for. For passage api'll* 10 i>. BRIUHAM, Jr.. Agent, au3r No. 3 Wall St., New York. NEW YORK fc BOSTON SOUNU PILOT. AWEN PRK8COTT, Pilots, or take* charge as master and " pilot of vessels bound to New Bedford, over Nantucket Shoals. Bostou, Portsmouth, Portland, Kennebeck, and OTHER PORTS. Office at Krye & Shaw's Nautical store, 222 W.-itpr Mink<r rnrnfr H?*>kniui. Reference to a number of mer c hauls, and the several Insurance Companies iu this city, Boston. soil Portland iy1? Imisr JOHN HERDMAN'S OLD ESTABLISHED EMIGRANT PASSAGE OFFICE. 4^ PACKt!^^^^J, 61 New V'ork. PASSAOKtoand from (treat Britain and ln>land, via Liverpool and London, by the regular packet ships, sailing on the lit, 7th, 13th, 19th, and 2'ith of each month to and from Liverpool and to and from London lit, 10th aud 20th of each month. . The subscriber has made nnerpialled arrangements to bring out emigrant*. uid can, with great confidence, assure those |>er ons sending for their friends, that every ciue and diligent attention will be shown them, and all who embark with them Passage can also be engaged from Liverpool direct to New Orleans, Mobile, Savanuah, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Boston, and to the different ports ol' the British Provinces, at the lowest rates. With those arrangements, together with the advantage which his Liverpool correspondents possess, being large snip owners, and extensively engaged in the freighting limine** despatching yearly at least 100 lirst class shins from Liverpool to the va rous ports of the United States, with freight and passengers. The facility olTered by this establishment is unsurpassed, and from the large number of first class ships employed in the line there ceil be no detention wliatever, which will be guaranteed. The price of passage will be at the lowest rates, and should any ol those sent for decline coming, the passage money will be as customary refunded. The steamboat fire from tin) different ports to Liverpool can, as usual, be secured. JOHN HKKDMAN. 61 South st, N Y. or J. k W. KOB1NSON, near Wall street, Merchants and Emigrants' Agents, No. 16 Ooree Piazzas, Liverpool. DRAFTS AND EXCHANGE. The Subscriber requeats the attention of those remitting mo ney to their friends to his unequalled arrangements for the payment i\f bid draft* <111 dernnrid without discount or auv charire whatever, at the following Banking Institutions, viz IN ENGLAND?Meisrs. James Bult, Sou & Co., Bankers London. Messrs J. Barnard 8c Co., Exchange and Discount Bank, Lirernool. National Provincial Bank of Eugl&ud, and Branches throughout England and Wales. Vorkshire District Bin It and Brandies. Birmingham Banking Co. Laucaster Banking Co. IN SCOTLAND?Greeuock Blinking Co in Glasgow and Greenock. Eastern Bank of Scotland and Branches. IRELAND?Provincial Bank of Irclaud. Amagh Co.k Euuii Mallow Athlone Carlow Knniskillen Moneyinore Ballflia Cavan Galway Omagh Belfast Coleraine Kilkenny Parsoustown Bainbridge Cootehill Kilrush Sligo Ballyineua Dublin Londonderry Strabane Banuou Dowupatrick Largen Tralee Ballyshannon Duiigannou Limerick Waterford Clonmel Dungarron Monaghao Yougliall National Bank of Ireland. Billinsloe C&stlebar Moate Tipperary Banagher Enniscorthy Nenah Tuam Boyle Fermoy New Iloss Thomas town Cosher Calway Koscrea Tralee Carrick 011 Sair Kanturk Roscommon Weatport Castlerea Longford Slico Weiuird CliailesviUe Louchrea Tallow Wicklow Clonmel Michaclstewn Thurles N. B.?In addition to the Liverpool and London packets, the subscriber is also agent for the regular packets sailing weekly from New York to New Orleans, Mobile. Charleston, and Savannah, by which passage can be secured at the lowest rates jy!3-tf JOHN HEKDMAN _ TAPSCOTTS GENERAL PASSAGE OFFICE, 43 PECK SLIT. NEW YORK. lHlfc The subscribers beg to call the attention ol their friends an.I the public generally, to their superior arrangements for bringing out i>ass?ngers from, and remitting money to any part ol England, Ireland, Scotland or Wales, in the magnificent pick et ships, comprising the "NEW LINE OK LIVERPOOL PACKETS," VIZ.:Ship ROSClUS, Capt. Collins. Ship SIDDONS, Cai'tain Cobb. Ship SHERIDAN, Captain Depeyster. Ship OAHHICK, Captain SkidJy. New ship HOTTINOUER, Captain Bnrsly. Ship 8CTUTHERNKH. Captain VVoodhouse. Ship ROCHESTER. Captain Palmer. New Ship LIVERPOOL. Captain Eldredce. Sailing twice every month ; and with the " UNITED LINK," composed of su|>erior first class American ships, sailing every ten days, will make five ships in each month throughout the year, (or oue every six days) thereby preventing the possibility of unnecessary detentiou. Passages direct from London, Bristol and Greenock to New York. Also from Liveqiool to New Orleans, Mobile, Savannah Charleston, Philadelphia, Boston and Baltimore, and the various ports in British North America, caw at all times be engaged on liberal terms. Persons wishing to send for their frieniMl Will not fail to see the advantages to l>e derived from selecting this line in preference to any other, and they may rest assured that unusual care will be taken to make the passage agreeable, the ships being fitted up with an eve solely to the comfort of passengers. In all cases where the parties sent for decline coming, the money will be refunded without any deduction, as usual. A free imssage from the various seaports of Ireland and Scotland, can also be secured The regular packets for which the subscribers are agents, sail as follows, tii 1 o and from Loudon on tin* 1st, til, and 20th ol each month. To and from Liverpool 011 the 1st, 7tli, 13th, 19th, and 25th of each month. New Orleans, Mobile, Sav&uuah, and Charleston, weekly throughout ilie seaseu. remittances. Persons in the country wishing to send money to their friends by enclosing the sum they wish sent, with the name anil address of the parties to receive, it, may rely an a drift for the amount being forwarded |?-r first |>ackvt, after the receipt thereof and an acknowledgement for the same returned per mail. Drafts at sight, for any amount, are |>ayal>le oil demand, without discount or any other charge, at the National and Provincial Banks of Ireland and branches, Kastern Bank of Scotland, Greenock, and their branches, Messrs. James Bult, Soil St Co. Bankers London Exchange, and Discount Bank. Liverpool and ill every principal town of (ireat Britain and Ireland. Further particulars made known on application, if by letter, post paid, to W. & J. T TAPSCOTT. dfiv r 41 Peck Slip, CWMI South st OLD ESTABLISHED PASSAGE OFFICE, 100 Pine street, comer of South. jjH; '1 H r. subscriber lugs teavu to call the attention of his mends and the public in general, to the following arrangements I r 1813, for the purpose of bringing out cabin, 2d cabin, anil steeraye passengers, by the Remit ar Packets, siilinir as follows, viz : I* rom Li\er|Mtol, tlie 1st, 7th, 13th, 19th ai.d2Atli of every inniith. " London, the 1st, Kith and 20ili In addition to the above regular lines, a number of splendid New York built transient ships will continue to sail from Liverpool weekly, iu regular succession, thereby preventing the least possible delay to(wuenRers on their arrival in Liver|>ool. For the accommodation of |<ersous ? isbiug to remit money to their families or friends, drafts are given, payable at sight, on the following banks, viz. :? Provincial Bank of Ireland, payable at Cork, Limenrk, Clonmel, Londonderry, Sligo, Wexford, Belfast, Waterford, Gslway, Armagh, Athlone, Colerain, Ballina, Tralee, Voughal, Kiiniskitlen, Monaghan, Banbridge, Uallymvut, Parsonstown, Downpatrick, Cavan, Lurgau, Otnagli, Diinganiion, Bandon, Emus, Bali'yshannon Strabane, Dungarven, Mallow, Moneymore, Cootchill, Kilrush. The Ulster Bank of Ireland, and all its branches. The National do do do. Scotland?The City of Glasgow Bank and all its branches and agencies. England?Messrs. Spooner, Atwood St Co. Bankers, Loudon, payable in any town iu Great Britain. For further information (if bv letter, post paid,) apply to JOSEPH McMURRAY, UK) Pine street, corner of South. Or to P. W. BYllNES fc Co. 36 Waterloo Road. si Imr Liverpool PASSAGE FROM GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND ?iSi &SS: ikm? JSffi. THE BI,A< h HALL On <>li> LINK UJLIVERPOOL PACKETS. , , [Sailing from Liverpool on tlw 7th and 19th of every month. J l'ermi :n wishing to ?^ml 10 the Old Country lor their frienu? c?o make the ni^wnrr arrangements with the subscribers, and have tnem coin* out in tin * iu|*rior Line of Packets, Sailing from Liverjxml Punctually on the 7th uid 19th of every month. They will (lino have * lint rate class of American trading sliii*, tailing every ait daya, thereby affording weekly communication Irom that t>ort. One of the firm ( Mr. James D. Itochel is there, to ?ee thai they tltall be forwarded with car* aad despatch. Hliiiulil the parties agreed for not come out, the money will he returned to thoae who paid it here, without any reaction. The Black Ball, or Old Line of Liverpool PackeU, comprise tj* following magniiiceot Shipi, ?i* The (XKltl, The NKW VORK. AMBItrlKlK, COLUMBU friJIlOPK SOUTH AMERICA, t.r ENGLAND NORTH AMERICA. With such >n|ieripr and ntieqnalled arrangements, the subscribers confidently look forward for a continuance o( thatsupl?ort which lias been extended to them >o many yean, for which the) are grateful. Thoae proceeding, or remitting money to their relatives, can at all timei obtain Ditlti at sight lor any amount, drawn direct i>n the Royal Bank ol Ireland. Dublin, also on Mautt. l'RESCOTT, (iROTE, AMES Si CO. .. . . Banker*, London, which will be raid on demand at any of the Banks, or their Branched, iu all the principal towns throughout England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Apply, or addn-ss, (if hi letter, pout raid.) ROCHE, BROTHERS li CO. 35 h niton street New Vork, next door to the Kultou Bank. N. B.?The Old Line of Liverpool Packets sail from this port for Liverpool on the 1st and 19th of each month. Parties returning to the old country will find it to their comfort an j advantage to select this favorite Line for their conveyance, in nreference to anv other. d27 r CHIP R0( IIEHTKR FROM ^ I?r thil ihin will pl?M??end thrir permit* on ko?H, wnl id* Hurling Win, or to th? office ol I hp iniilxniRnod, without delay. All Rood* not permitted in lire d*v? air li*hle to hr icnt to public .ton. WOODllULL k MINTL'RNS, l#u? 17 &o?lh *trMt anBBHaeBNHBBSBBHHBBSi w YO r YORK, SUNDAY MOR? FOR LONDON?Packet of the 10th Sept.? fcTjMfVTho i?cket ?hi|> MONTRKaLj Cape Tinker, will i"abo"'het re#,,Ur ^6.1^1?iW to 61 South street, near Wall at. N. B. Passage from London and Liverpool can at all timea be secured by the regular packet ships, at the lowest r.?tea, and drafts furnished lor anv amount, payable at all the principal Banks and Branches throughout the Uuiled Kingdom, on application as above. ?9m OL1)"BLACK "BALL LINK OF PACKETS MwjKkFOR LIVERPOOL?Packet of the 19ih September. ti,. fast sailing packet ship HiBKRNI A, (apt. Bunting, will be despatched as above her regular day. Those wishing to secure berths, will require to make early application to JOHN HERDMAN, 61 South street, near Wall st. N. B.?Passage from (ireat Britain and Ireland,via Liverpool, can a* usual lie secured by the above splendid packct ship, rr anv ship of the line, and those rvmtting money to their friends can liavr urairs lor ai.v amount payaDie in ail in" |>riin*11 ai town* throughout the United Kingdom, and oil Mwm> J' Barnrd &. Co. bankers, Liverpool; and Messrs. J. Dull, Son & Co. For further particulars, apply a* above. ?t)r ~KOR LIVERPOOL?H?*ular PAket of th? 13th MMMtV September?The selendid fast a*ilinic packet ship BMmr j^i,'|.iil-m WHIl NEY Capt. Thompson, burthen 104X1 Kins, will nail as above, her regular (lay. li.iviiiK very su|>erior accommodations for cabin, 2d cabin and iter rase passengers, |>ersons intending to embark should make immediate applicaTw* irn board, Tool of Maiden lajie, or to the subscriber, JJSE?H MsMUKHtY, 100 Tine it , comer ofSoith. The ahovwship will be succeeded by the very splendid packet ship SHERIDAN. Capt. Drpayster. burthen 11(10 tons, to sail on the 25th September. Persons seudinir for their friends cau have them brought out by the above ship, or any of the regular packets, sailing from Liverpool on tho 1st, 3th and Uth oftvery month. Drifts will also be given, in sums t? suit the convenience of those wishing to remit to their friends, on ihe Provincial Bank of Ireland and all its branches tk'oughout the kingdom, payable at sight; also drafts payable in any part of England, Scotland and Wales. by applying as above. s8 r tAg- FOR LIV KHI'OOL? The New Line?Regular kfnWfV' Packet of 16th of September?The new splendid jK??i>ackei ship QUKEN OK THE WEST, Philip Woouiiouse master, 1260 tons, will sail ou her regular day, the 16th Sept. For freight or passage, having accomodations unequalled for ' elegance and comfort, apply on board, west side Burling slip, or to WOODHULL k. M1NTURNS, 87 South st. Price of passage $75. The tine packet ship Rochester, Captain John Brittnu, 800 tons, will succeed the Queen of the West, and sail on her regular day, 16th October s8ec NEW LINE OK PACKETS KOK LIVKlt ORTWfV TOOL?Packet of Kilh September.?The new and JlfcSSti, elegant packet ship QUEEN OK THE WEST, register Ia50 tons, Capt. P. Woodhouse, will sail on Saturday, 16th Septetr.ber, her regular day.?This noble packet, the largest ever built in the citv of New York, is fitted up with every modem improvement that can impart comfort to passengers?her cabins are very spacious, and superbly furnished throughout.? Her between decks are lofty and thoroughly lighted. She has state rooms on deck for second cabin passengers?the whole af iortmig accoininouauons superior to any tuner snip. Persons al>out to visit tlie old country will study their interest and comfort by selecting this magnificent ship, For Passage, early application should be made on hoard loot of Burliug slip, west slue, or to W. 8c J. T. TAP8COTT, 43 Peck slip, cor. South st. The Queen of the West will sail from Liverpool on the 5th of November. Persons wishing to send for their friends, can have them brought out in her, or other first class ships, sailing weekly, on favorable terms. Drafts for any amount, payable on demand, without discount, in all the principal towns of England, Ireland, Scotland or Wales, constantly for sale as above. The Sheridan w ill succeed the Queen of the West, and sail 25th Sep). sir fcfig- "BLACK BALL, OR OLD LINE OK LIVERW|!*1pV.POOL PACKETS?Regular Packet, and sails on JHtili?iTueadar, the l!)th Sent ?The remarkable fast sailing new copi>ered packet ship lIIBr'.RNlA, Captain Bunting, will sail posi lively as above, ner regular day. The accommodations of the llibernia for cabin, ?d cabin and steerage passengers will on inspection be fouud to lie titled out in every w ay tint can add to the comfort ol those i mbarkiiig for the old country, who should not tail to call and examine her accommodations before paying, passage in auy other vessel. The price of passage is very low, for which, and to secure the best berths, early application should lie made ou hoard, loot of Beekmau street, or to the subscribers. ROCHE, BROTHERS &. CO 35 Fulton street, next door to the Kulton Bank. P. S?The Hihernia sails from Liverpool on the 7lh November. Persons sending for their friends can hare them brought out in her, or ill any of the packets comprising this magnificent line, sailing from that |>ort punctually on the 7th and 19th of every mouth. For passage apply aa above. The packet ship Cambridge, Capt. Wm. Birstow, will succeed the Hihernia, and sail lor Liverpool ou the 1st of October, her regular day. sOec FOR HULL. ENGLAND?A lirst class Ameritfltrapkcaii vessel, now loadiug, could take a small (|uautity 41iyA?r>f light freight, if immediate amplication is made to VvOODHULL &MINTURNS, ?15r 87 South street. KOR HAVRE?To sail 15th September?The suVflMRfVP'rior cop|>er fastened and coj>|>ered French slup CAjsWUKalU >L' NE, Cept. Legrain. For freiglr or for passage for w lui.ii she has very comfortable accommodations, apply to BOVD 8t lilNCKEN, No. 9 Tontine Buildings, se7 ltr Comer Wall and Water street. "jtJP." PACKET FOR* HAVRE?Secoiid Line The MMRVVship ST. NICOLAS, John B. Pell, muter, will sail i^BHBjeOii the 1st of October. BOYD & H1NCKEN, 9 Tontine Buildings, s6r corner Wall aud Water streets. FOR NEW ORLEANS?To iner t with despatch Wr*SS.?Tile first class favorite ship ALFRED, Captain Myers, will sail as above. Her between decks will Ik- ne.tiiy lilted up for the accommodation ol 2d cabin and steerage passengers. Those desirous of securicg berths will reouire to make rarlv application on board the ship at Murrsy's wharf, foot of Wall street, or to JOHN HERDMAN, 61 South street, uear Wall street. N. B.?The snhscriber has first class ships sailing weekly for the above J>ort, by which |>assage can be engaged it the current rate. j>9m 1JW- FOR NEW ORLEANS. Louisiana and IffTfa^New York Line?Warranted First Regular Packet? jySflkaThe fast sailing packet ship HUNT8VILLE, Capt. E. Coniell. having the most ol her careo engaged, will be dispatched immediately. For Freight only, apply ou board, at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall street, or to E. K. COLLINS Sc CO., 56 South st. Agents in New Orleans, Hulin U Woodruff, who will promptly foiward all goods to their address. The packet ship MISSISSIPPI, Captain C Halard, *?ill sncr eed the Hnntsville. slOec tJfe DISPATCH LINE FOR NXW OlilAlflu Regular packet ol the 10th Sept? he first class packjpsVMet ship VESPASAI v, biirth-n 500 tons,Capt Harlow, will positively sail as above, her regular day. Her accommodations for cabin, second cabin and steerage passengers, are not surpassed by any vessel in port. Persons in lending going south should make immediate application on board, at I'iue street wharf, or to JOSEPH McMURRAY, ?5r 100 Pine street, comer of South. MP' FOR SALE?The well known coppered and copkKMVp fastened ship 8YLVANL 8 J KNKINS, Sey mour, JjeMlMm ister, burthen and register 547 ton", carries 800,000 ibs. of cotton from Mobile, was built in this city by James Mortan for Samuel Hicks St Co. under the inspection of Josiah Macy?her apron tranaoin and top timbers of live oak and locust? lias standing and running rigging in good order?had ne? masts four years ago?is well adapted for a whaler, having a fine roomy deck. Lies at Dover street wharf Her inventory can be seen at 51 William street. For terms, app'y to s2 lm*r JONATHAN tlUDKN h CO 51 William >t. JffA TO L t.T?The rear part ot the store^ No. ';I8 Broad|t!j J way, under the American Museum, sue of the room I "At tbout .'HI hv 25 feet; entrance through the hall adjoining; or a separate entrance can be had from Broadway. ucxt to the bsnk, being one of tins most central situations ill the city, and well located for a billiard room, or almost any other business.? Possession Can lie had immediately. Enquire on the premises, of L. BU8HNELL. 17 2w*ec _ tKOK SALE Oil TO RENT The PHEMIUM MILLS, with 11 or 15 run of stones, with all of its ex tensive machinery, situated near two miles from New lie, Westchester county, and State of New York, and in immediate proximity to the city of New York, now in order for ui extensive business in Hour, and can grind and pack 100 to 15(1 Iwneis each day, or could be most advantageously employed for .my othei purpose which might require extensive water |>ower. The reputation for the past 35 years enjoyed by the Premium Mills, and their proximity to New York, w ith the facility of transportation afforded immediately adjacent, bv way of the navigation direct to the Mills from any port, render the facilities lor business unexceptionable to those desiring such au establishment. Apply to HKNRY PARTRIDGE KELLoGtJ. Esq. New Hoc belle, N. Y., Kellogg's Ville, or to 8ILA8 WOOD. Esq. 59 Broad street, New ? ork. New Rochelle, August 23, 1843. au28 2w?r Jrl FOR !SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR CITY PRO|o'V PEllTY?A small Farm of about sixteen acres, in the X^Mshighmt state of cultivation, situated but live miles from the Hoboken Ferry, leading to the city of New York. This property has on it an excellent 2!? story dwelling house. 35 In 95, built in the most approved sty le of the Statewith ontliuilJiugs and all other conveniences to make it suitable for a tradesman's residence wishing to retire from the bustle of the city, ,vid yet be alt!?, within au hour's drive to visit his counting house, as two stages pass the house night and morning. It is alio suital le to the market gardner or small farmer, at the sam? time taking boarders from the city. But above all this, what a situation for a roadside tavern, wnich it has been known as the St. John's Hall, being situated between Hoboken and Ilackenmck, f mbmcni* the whole ot that gr?Mt trific pan- ? ilioae I'laeti to tin' interior of both those ttatea. New York and Now Jeraey. 'l'he taid Harm will he told cheap, the preaeut proprietor hating hut ineaa in Kngland. N.B.?There i? about til acre, of firnt rule jwutoea; alio tire acre* ol buck wheat; a quantity ?f young Iruit tr?n. he., ill iti a flourishing condition. Appliration to he made to Mr. \VM. McDONNKLL, Anctioueer, 171 Chatham aUeet, Kew York. It'tn^re convenient, a portion of the purchase money may remain o<i bond and mortgage. aufi tm*ee +r\ MdNTUOM K.KV HALL, MONTUOMKHY, <!?! ALA.?Thfl proprietor* of thi? establishment, to favoXJM^rthly known to the travelling public on the great thoroughfare between Charleston and Mobile, are determined to maintain the high reputation for comfort mid liberality of arrangement which it ha? to long, and they trnst, not undeservedly njoyed. Tile buildings, which are very spacious and conveniently arranged, lure been thoronghly repaired, and the bed room* both double and tingle, have lieen refurnithed with new beds and bedding, alto( with every necett.iry article for comfort and convenience. The jurlors, both public and private, are large, airy, and elegantly furniahed. Tnete facilities, with caivfu I and attentive servants, i cellar well mocked with choice old wine*, a table tupplied with every luxury that the tenton and market can afford, and the fnin determination of the proprietor* to omit nothing that will tend to tlia satisfaction of their (nest*. will, they trust, entiire them the ftrnrable attention of tbe public. An omniOui will, at all times, be ill readiaeu to convey pasaengeri Ironi the ll&ilroad and Steamboat* to the home, fr-e of ch.-.rge. Montgomery, June 7, IK3 W. TILLKY k CO. an 19 6m r m - BOOT AND 8HOK 8TOHE. <?0SJOHN KKAUY respectfully jnformi hit friends and till' public, that he hat commenced biiaiiii'ju in the ?bove line, at No. 99 Naasan ?tr<vt, where he w ill tlnnklully rvr m and faithfully rtMut*, all ordera lie tn.iv !* latored with on the I matt inmimiW terms for r??H iviiir RfcAD k VAN DM 8KN, SALK AND EXCHANGE STABLE, IM Broadway and 16 Crosby street. ?fl The shot* Sublet now exhibit eijjht Mir of excel.X?%.r>lent hordes, frnin the country,lit l?>r well trained ^ > > , Also, i number of well broken aud ouno single horses. It7** Entrance in each street. ? 'W*r . BEEF?By the side or i|iiarter, lor sale at \ll times, at the Slaughter Home of John II. Preaton, three doort from Third Avenue, (east tide,) in feith street, of a superior quality, aud^l.T^d at m low . rate m RK E iNG, SEPTEMBER 10, 8EGARS. "rTherr'i a delight in imukioc, None but tmukeri know." The MyiuK ia true, wli<-n ye know where to And A ae^ar that |K)*??ucs the <ju:?lity nrv Of enlivening theapirita and cheering the mind, And enablea the ainoker to puff jway care. Thia luaury alwaya your Hire to obtain, lfon SKIXAS in Maiden Lane promptly you ctll; If you viait him once, you will do ao attain, For he givea satisfaction aud pleaaure to all. Hia 8egara are the choiceat, moat eiuuiaite brands, By a competent agent aelected with care, Direct from Havana, by a|iecial command*, And none in the city with hia can compare. ilia Colhurn, llegaliaa, La Norinaa, and Start, Noriegaa, Trabucaa, Victories pur* ; Princil*, Eapenuizaa, Ini|*"rial Segara, The b*at in the country that you can procure. Caaandoraa, La Normaa, and Cougreaa lieaiili*. Hi* l)o** and ex<|ui*ite brand, With other* that have competition defied, For hi* customer*, SKI.\ AS ha* alway* on hand. In order to tecurr a continuance of the approbation and cuitom with which SKIXAS ha* bwu *o long favored, hi* ha* eugaged a *peeial and corn|*nt agent in Havana, to select tlx Tobacco ana *uperintend the making of all *egar* that he imports; con*ei]uently, he can warrant all aold by him to be genuiue. Hi* atock on hand i* mora extensive and luperior to that of any similar e?tab?i*hmeut. lie member the Number, S MAIDKN LANK, Howard'* Hotel. au23 lm#r SUGARS. TOBACCO. SUOAR k COFFFk. CO Oiin IVIT IUCEIV&JD. oftSe :eleb:it?d L#rd B7 OUjvUu ron breud, cou*i?ting of Regalia* and medium lite Sevan. 33,000 of the Florida brand, do do do. 20,000 Low price Harauai, do do do. 14 Bale* ol Oni*a Tobacco. t Bile* of Havana do. 6 Cue* of Free Labor St. Jafo Whit* Sugar. 12 Bate* of superior do Coffee. For*aleby A. A. SAMANOS, auI7 lm*r No. 6 Wall *t and 289 Broadway. A A. SAMANOS offer* for sale, at No, G Wallst, 10 hhds Muscovado Sugar, .md IS ha** of Coffee, landing from brig Topar., from St. Jago In Store? 10 hhds Sun cured Muscovado Su^ar, suitable fur refiners 4 jinxes white Suiiar, free labor 18 bale* suiwricr Ituisa Tobacco, suitable for manufacture rs. 330,m. Segars, of Lord Byron, Woodrille, and a variety of other brands. WAN-TEL)?A Cooper, and a Millwright that understand* carpen'er'* work, to go to St JagodeCuba; must be liugleand of teinjierate habits. Apply 14UOU, nHlni'r SNUFF, CIGARS AND TOBAOCO?Just weired pyr recent arrivals, an importation of choice foreign HiiufT?, consisting of Lund; Foot's Irish high to ut;Iiit;li dried Welch, Hanlham s, No. 37, Violet Strasburg, Morton's mixture, Prince Albert do, Copenhagen, etc; together with,a large Assortment of domestic snuffs ol tne subscriber's manufacture. On hand a prime lot of Havana Cigars, "Moriega," "La Norma," "Regalia,"' "Panetela," etc. Carendish Tobacco of the most approved brands, Turkish, Germau, (4 qualities) Scafarlitti, and Spanish smoking tobaccos;I)utch and English clay pi|ie*;Jone*Royal patent matches; cigar cases; tubes; fancy pit>es; snuff boxes, and every article appertaining to a well stocked tobacconist's establishment, for tale at wholesale and retail by MRS. O. NEWCOMBE Si SON, au 21 lm?ec No. 4 Wall st. FORK1UN WINES AND LIQUORS, No. 33Ann street, New York. 'T'HIC advertiser has lor sale the following clinic* iraporta l tions of the very best quality, viz Old French Brandy in cask and bottle " Holland Uiu " " " " " Hamburgh " " (imported in 1800) " Madeira Wine in pipes and bottle " Sherry, Muscat. Bordeaux, Marseille* " " Cataloni, Port, (kc. Invalids and others will Qud pure liquors unadulterated a* above?No. 33H At ': a!9 lin*m _____ OF GENTLEMEN'S FANCY DRESS ART1CLKS. REAJiY MADE Lu\ENS. UNDER GARMENTS, Ike Sic 'T'HE Subscrilwr hi ultl call the attention of their patrons and strangers visiting this city, to tlieir rich and extensive as sortment of stocks, scarfs, cravats, gloves, sus|>euder*, pocket handkerchiefs, dreeing gowns, hosiery, lambs wool, ineri'io, silk, cotton, ISeilin, bucTskin and other under shirts and drawer*. Their assortment of the above goods, aud all other articles appertaining to a gent! man's wardrobe are rich, varied, and exteusive, and well worthy the attention of the fashionable community, tliev would particularly recommend their new stvleof gentlemen's shirts, ? containing many improvement*. Tim shirts at rresent manufactured by them, are cut to suit the form of the wearer, thereby doing away with tke large overplus of linen used itnuer the old system of cutting, aud adding not only to the comlort of the wearer, but to the beauty of the form. This improvement was so manifest to the Judges of the late fair at the American Institute, that the first premium was awarded to the subscribers; their pateutelastic Brace is particularly recommended to all persons who have acquired the habit of stooping. They will be found of immense benefit to persons of sedentary habits, by bracing the shoulders, they strengthen the back, and expand the clie*t, and will lie found of no impediment to the free use of the arms. They would also call attention to their patent elastic Russia or riding belt. Gentlemen may depend on l>eing suited with the best ana most faahiouable articles, by cuiiiut: at the old e*tablisiiin>ant ol PARSELLS & AGATE, an 20 lm*ec 237 Broadway, coruet of Park place. JAV1ES LACY, PjRAPKR AND TAILOR, 62 John street, near William, 1- continues 10 make up Gentlemen's garments of superior workmanship, ami in the mint fashionable style, at his usual low prices. Gentlemen in want of new and fashionable cloth iug. (boatd call und examine his select stork of goads befnir ' .iChosiiiK elsewliere. A trial will be sufficient to conviuce .ne 111 > *t, that for beautv of fit, style of workmanship. uid at such extraordinary low prices, this establishment cannot be surpassed by any in the city. I ( ieiitleiiieu furnishiug their own good* can have them made and trimmed?a perfect (it warranted or the price of the goods returned. au24 Imr TKRMS CASH. WM."T7 JENNINcia & CO. P\HAPERS AND TAILORS, 231 Broadway, American Hotel, opposite the Fountain, solicit attention to an assortment of seasonable goods, including Cloths, Cassimeres, Veatings, Sic., in all the uew and various style*, under the assur ance that the system of " small profits and quick returns," which has elicited so liberal a patronage, will be continued, while our arrangements are such as will enable ui to fill all orders in future with promptness. A feature In the establishment, which must commend it to those repairing articles for immediate use, is the addition to our stock, of an assortment of first duality ready made Garments, consisting of Surtonts, Frocks, Dress Coats, Pantaloons, Vests, Office Costs, Travelling Krocks, Dressing Uowus, lie A choice collection ol Silk and Satin Scarfs, Cravats, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Susiienders, Hosiery, Under Shirta, Drawers, Muslin Shirts, Collars, tie. At prices which must offer inducements to purchaser! jy2) 3m*ec SHIRF MANUFACTORY, AND GENTLEMEN'S KURNI8HINO STORE, CQ MAIDEN CANE.?Just received the latest au4 most G?7 a|iproved F rench pattern shirts. A general assortment ol shirts, under garments, hosiery, cravats, handkerchiefs, Sic. Shirts and under garment.* made up to order and repaired at short uotice. Kor sale, a Counting House Desk, with three drawers and book rack. WM. COLLINS au20 lm*r GENTLEMEN'S LEKT OKK WARDROBE?Gentle men or families desirous of converting their lett off wear inf apparel iuto cash, can obtain for the same the highest cash price. lo rainilies and gentlemen quitting the city,or changing miJence, haviug any supartluons effects to MMMNi will MO 11 innch to their advantage to seud for the subscriber, who will attend them lit their residence by appointment. H. LKVKTT, No. 6 John st, New V orh. A line through tlw post olfic?, or otherwise, will rt?ceive prompt attention. Clothing cleaned, altered and repaired^ _ ail 17 Inir KUR SALb, AT C. It. DARLING'S. 74>i Maiden lane and S Liberty f*- street, the chea|>est and oesl selected stock ol' FRENCH, ENGLISH It GERMAN FANCY <10GDS, Consisting of Needle*, Combs, Cutlery, Pins. ^ Brushes, Jewelry, Hooks and Eyea, Perfumery, Steel Pens, Plated Thimbles, Razors, Strops, lie. With all other article* included in tlie above line C. H. X). would state for the beiie?it of Country Merchants, Pedlars and others, who may please to call, that all goods in the ibove line will lie sold on the most favorable terms. au24 1m*r U. M. PEYSKR. CO., M"0. 110 William street, corner of John stieet, and 437 Broad? " way have received, by recent arrivals, ail extensive supply of the following FANCY GOOL)S. which were carefulK selected by a competent person at Paris, Berlin, Sic., and which they offer for sale, in witoleaaU aud retail, on liberal terms, rit:? Berlin Zephyr and German Worsted?the most complete assort inent. Berlin Embroidery Patterns?a choice selection. Cuirass for k-muandery, of cotton, worsted, liuen, silk, gold aid ,, ivi-r, of all widths and qualities. Silk Chenille, for embroidery, triinmiiiK and flower making Purs* Twist, < for man. French aud English, plain and shadi-J in skeins, sticks, and on siicols. Floss Silk for Embroidery and Kringe makers, in skeins and on spools. Suspcuders, sii|erblv embroidered, and Snspeuder Trim inings. Gold, Silvir uid Steel Beads, in all Nos. Mother of IVarl, Go|.|, Silver and Steel Parse Ornaments Gold and Siiwi >"-iuge, Braid Cord, Twist, Thread an Tassels. Embroidery Kram?, and a variety of different Fancy Artelea. Artificial Flower*?a choice selection. Fringes, ol coMC;i worsted aud silk, imported and i'ome?ti? Gimps, l assi ls, uuttoM and all other kind of trimming. jy 17 :lm*e? D~W iLTll l >T?7N 234 Broadwiy . opposite the Fountain, has nveiifl a large supply of woods, which he offers wholeaale, and retail, at very reasciMole prices? Berlin, /ephir, Merman, car|>et and thnded WorrtfJ Kmbrnidorv P.tttwu, a beautiful selection Oanvaai oi'every Ueacription WoriWd, SilU, i iMou, Oold and Hilrer, Kmbrcidenea, Trimming and I'! >wr making Chenille Flo** and Punw ^l>W, plain and aliaded Artificial Kioweri ami ( ealher? A great variety of ca?t iron \V ork Perfumery, to be ?old in package* from to X ?roa?, at verr low price* .... Fancy Note PM-ert. Wafer* and huvelope*, together with a lnj*c auiirtinrnt of fancy article*, Ulove*, W ork and Xegar Caae* Kmm and Tamil for paw. nil 1b*w WTOOLLEN FACTORY FOR SALF..?The subscriber ** will sell on* half or the whole of hi Woollen Factory, which i* located on the Farming ton River, l??i mili'a l'r. m Hartford, Connecticut. Th? mill i*in complete operation, and now making 80 yard* of broadcloth duly, with water pow?r sufficient for any reaannableevtcntion. The ?tyle of clotk* may lie aeen at Me*?ra. Collin, Bradley oi Co'* Store, No. 44 Kichange I'lace, New Vork, where other more particular information may lie had a* to pricea and term*. MF.O. C. KLL> OUU. New Hartford, Conn. Auk. 31, 1843. 10,000 dollar! wanted, ou satisfactory *ecuritv aituated in N v\ liar'ford, ( onil.?intrre*t *t # per cent, payable I y, itthe .rclianics'Bank, New \ ork. For iwmcuUr* ? * Mc*?rs CotRn. Brady It Co 44 Kichaiige I'lace. *ii3l lui'm MF.O C. KF.LLOOO TO 'I'llb. LOVF.RS QESUPKUlOR BLACK Th-A.? Howqita't Minute.?rhi? extumely delicious and unpv railed Tea, ?o highly celebrttediu China and F.nro|ie, ju?t imiKirtrd. i? now lor tale attheCinton Tea Comp any ' Meneral 'I'ea Kitabliahment, HI Chatham ?tn*ei, N*w \ork, and 118 Fulton atreet. Brooklyn?in package*- Pric? M centa and $1 each. an Ml Im'i DocTor H BOSTWIOKI nPKRATIVF. St RMKON to the New York Medical and Surgical Institute, may be consulted daily between the hour* of ana i o clock. Ofliw 74 Chamber* itrwt ?8 lm*r mmmmmmmmmmmamsmmmmmmm [ERA 1843. low*. [CwifiiHiuiltuet of the Herald. I Iowa City, Auk. 21, 1843. lown City - Scat of Government?Stale Houtr? Very Beaut if id Marble ?Road from Rloomington?Sit- j tlrtnent in the Prairie?Beautiful Pi otptct near the City?Cultivation of Edttoru?Murine and Fo?il Proilwtion*, once covered with the O.ean. J. G BuNNKrr, ? L)kak Sir? I have beta sinning a week at thin beautiful place, and now, on a review, I find tbat my time is not mi.-*|*ot. When 1 first lunded here Itom (he a'age, 1 walked down "Broadway to the Park," saw the Mechanics*' Institute and churches, and returned back across the Square and saw the State House. I thought there was nothing more to be seen here than in New York city, but before I had been here three days, 1 discovered that although your city contains much that is human, thia " hereabout'^ mbracea nature's field of observation. This is til lie. ihft seat nf inwrnmfnt fnr lh?? ni>ur State of Iowa? a very central location, which ia likely to be as permanent aB that of any other State. It is situated on the east side of Iowa River, on a beautiful elevation, with a vallev of rich undulating prairie on 'he south and east, n large grove on the north and norihwcvt of tMe finest oaks, walnut, hickory. Acc , that I ever saw What a glorious place w uld this he to supply a navv yard with ship timber! Hut it serves the farmers " mighty well" ior rail timber, and (he black and white walnut makes a fine finish for houses. Here are good bric.'i nt #:{ i>er 1000, and the best of litne is marie wuhin the town Oak and walnut lumber is worth ?15 per 1000 Here are also good building stone. It is a whitish limestone, obtained in large blocks six miles up the river, of which the State House is built, instead ol " Iowa City marble," as is frequently noti red in the papers Here is found within the town the most b"nu'.iful specimen of marble ever ihe *ye beheld I', is frequently called Birdse>e Marble, front its resemblance to birdseye maple, or a much closer resemblance to the birdseye Hsell. It is whitish, with the dark spots tlm klv spattered over it It is found only in pieces. th?- largest about one toot in diameter. It is much used lor heads to canes, which will soon be seen in the east and south, a beautiful specimen of Iowa marble. The road from Bloomington to Iowa City, in 32 miles, over dry rolling prairie most of the way ; three miles trom B. it isihiu oak openings?ten miles o Cedar Rivfr, a stream about the size of ihe Connecticut, skirted with u grove of a mile in width? eighteen miles to the Wapsinogock Creek, is a beautiful grove and fine prairie, where Uie Friend Suakera have ''caused the wilderness to blossom." nimproved land is worth from $2 to $4 per acre The settler who comes here iu thr tprmg, builds his leg cabin. splits his rai a, ploughs an acre < r two in a haziepatch, where lie c>in make his garden or raise h gr< at crop of anything; then, in June, with lour pairs ot oxen and n pr%iri? plough of enormous dimensions, with shear and coultre as bharu as a scythe, turns a very iliin furrow, 22 inch's broad, ind from two to three acres per d?y. This is not fit for a crop the first year?the second it produces a fair crop?and the third, the old tou<h prairie turt becomes pulverized, and then the soil is perfec'. Contrast this with the nett|er who settba in the h-avy forest. It is the labor ot a man's lite to put in good cultivation a fnnn in the forest. On approaching Iowa Oity on the east, a most picturesque view was before me. I whs on an < leVation, two nn!es distant, in the op mi prairie. The town is in the oak openings?the large stone State house towering above the trees? the red brick and whitewood buildings peering through their green loliage. with the green prairie eras* beneath, and the wild country in every direeii.m, wes truly mag nilieent. The town contains 1(K10 inhrbi'ants. I should think they were a verv < rderly people 1 frit myself more safe and secure from personal harm here, than any phce 1 ever "'as in, b-causf they iiuve turned their attention In whipp'ug editors J was told that there had been three democrat* ann one wii?4 twice whi|?t>ed. Now notj?> y hlimcs nobody tor this, and 1 suppose th< r?* i? no', an editor in the nation, exc?i<t of the New Yoik ilerald, who doe* not occasionally itch on the back and head This is pretty well for a new town of four year*-' growth It is cultivating editors to edmration, and I ihink if they do not produce good fiuit alter thio, it is no fault of the people. I have too Ion* omitted the all important subject of the health of the country. It is often the firat inquiry ut the East?and true, it is f<r from being one ot the least importance We are subject to ague here, but it does not continue as long and severe as it does in Indiana, Ohio, or Western N?w York The most fatal and prevalent disease is the billiou<t tever. When a town is new, for three or four ol the first reasons, it is very severe, and most of the settlers, both in town nna country, have an attack ; but niter the brush and grass and wet ds are removed, ?nd the streets aie made, or the fields are cultivated, the country becomes quite as healthy as the Hverage of the United States. Here are no local causes of dis-ss ; but little g.vampy or wet land. The bilious f' ver is easily controlled bv medical aid Pulmonary "flections are seldom known ; and it is often that persons consumptively inclined are restored to health. The greatest fatality which I huve Known in one year, of adults, is eeven out of one hundred. The pa??t year, at Bloomingtnn, it has not been one in one hundred. It is much more fatal with small children. Tne stone of which the State House at Iowa city is built, is almost entirely composed ot marine -hell"; some of th'm in perfect shape, but the rnoei f ii is a niiss of shells as tine as if pounded, cemented into rock as solid and permanent as Hie m?uu f ii n:<. In the Mississippi Blufis of en nil stone neat B oomine'on, 1 have ?een nuny fossil production*; one wh eh pirticularly firurk my notice was tUat ?>l i tree ot very |> ruliur apiwarunce, Hnd which ir OA- extinct tfin tije earth. The outside of ih? ire<- wni ? ntirely ro> ercd with t^ou in diaRona rows, simil ir to ill it of a pine-apple. To fi;>d ih? , i.rodicts of the ocean in the interior of triis v?ir-i i continent, lends the mind to sublime r-A ctions? Cite creat variety of these productions, tbe peculiar venne.'s ol the face of ih country, tfie very slu<l>' vdUys which tliege v ?t rivers In ve made, are the true tvidrnces that this great plain was once co vere 1 with ocean but what ureat cause ha? i ' made >his dry land to npiwur" 1 will not attempt io conjecture, h lias been attempted to chow by joine wiiters, triat ihis s? ction was once a gren i ike, the southern bound ol uh'ch was at Gram) Tour, a lew miles below St. Louts, which barrier nas bfii hroken through where thH majestic rivei now flows. Bui the nluimte ol this country increa -es from the Gull' ol Mexico to the Falls ol St An 'hony T?ie river descends from three to fcix indue ,ier mile, a d the Mnfls near the falls are much high er t'taii at Grand T.>ur. Again it is raid that lliew lains of grass are evidences that thu country w*' aov? r>?d with water at no vrry remote period ; Is* vhy not a urow'h of timber, since the soil and th? :liuiateare so well adspvd to it 7 I woul I ans*e> 'his question by ask tng anor ier?I>i I tlie About hit 'irst plant this country with a for-'*!, or a fi Id ?> /rass, or a simile "-eed of each ? II a ho?I - plant ol each w?-re upon >h s comment, how much more ra >id wi?uld I lie grn-s epre.i'l thin tlie tree ! '1 lie lurnin? of th" prairi'8 is till'h it prevents a irowih i >f titn er from suriiinin? ip ?*very t*'euiy yi'ars. 1< is plain to me tint this arliole cou'.i eut wa-. first covered with ar.iss but ilv-s^e lulls, the hill to; *, irid the mountain* ??f the east, did not (ffoduce nonzh to raise u fire o{ sufficient heBt to k>1< the shrubs <u>d bushes, which are everywhere springma tin here when the fire is knot out In tnnc u ston, ! can only say, ihiit the appearance of Una country indicates, that since the loundat.on of ihi* world the ocean was over the face of this land, and thnt in a day of Nature'* greatest quivtude mid serf nity, the waters retired and !elt theory land in it* present perfect uniformity?the fountains have formed their issues, and the brooks and streams assemble and march off in direct and uniform puce to ttieir mother ocsitn. Kes|iectfully your, Iowa A Slave Cask.?Some few weeks since a cj!or>d woman was enticed aw.ty fr >rn her owners, while staying at the Mansion House iii this city. She w*.s pu'j ic!y exhibited at itie recent Abolition Con vention at the Capitol, nnd has since Oeen secreted iirurth>* city. Ve.-terduy i-he wa-. brought befon Judge Hilton on ;i writ ol habeas Corpus, su-d um i>y h r master. The hearing wm prolo get) until a I ii - hour, when it w?i adjourned uuril Hue ev rnnu, mid the woman was sent to jtil. Tue " Kownrd street Retreat" was closely welched c'uring ih nuht by a lar^e nu-nb r ot our colored citzeoa. wh? evidently (eared ih*t some trick would be played ofl UtHiu tliem. Th?*re was inucn excitement in ttui Vicinity, t'U' the night pastf'd < ff without >tnv out break One or two wn<> were dirp *ed to be more 111 uny thdii the Uw wklows, were threatened wuh i?- I carctTdi on imhe watch house.but no communx-nip were made. What the result will be, we cannot conjecture, but it is well known that to get a tn#titive slave out of Albany, muthwird, is indeed a hrr* culean ta?K.?Albany piptr. mmmmmmmmmmmmsemammu LD. Prlc? Two C?nt? I A 1 kmfkranck Wohi.d's ('oiviirriiifi ?The time for holduid this promoted mating, h** been filed lor June, 1844, at London A large Committee of Arrangements has been appointed, co.iaiannfc of the following t?The President and Secretaries of the L >ndon Society, of the True'Teetotal Union, and the British Temperance Aaaocidtion: t)r ThnI mas Spwall, Wishineton City, U S: E.lward C. Delavxn, E-q , Btllston Centre; Rev. John Murah, New York; .T >hn Taopan E*q , Biaton; R*v Joohoa Leavi't, do; Rev Nathaniel C >lver, do; Le-wia Tappan, E q , New York; Rev J BUncliartl, Cincinna ti; Krv. H H K-llogg, Oivle?Surg, Illinois; Arnold BuHuin, Cincinnati; the Hon Archdeacon Jeffrejri, Bombay; the V. ry Key Thewbald Mathew, Cork; Kichard Allen, Eq , Dublin; Rev. Dr. Ritchie, Ed mourgn The Committee which wan previously appointed. were empowered to correspond with the several Temperance Societies in England and other countries, desiring replies to the following queries : lit. Whether their Societies would bn prepared to send a delegate to such Convention, to be held in the month o< June, 1844. <d. Whether their Uocieties won Id alto be prepared to contribu a towards the general expense of suck Conven. tion, and to what eitent 3d. Among the objects to be oeusidered and discussed in this Convaution, the following may bo named : First. To ascertain correctly tha present stats of the Temperance 11- formation in the several connties and district from which delegates mav be sent. Secondly. To obtain the best statistical accounts that can be procr edol the edicts of intemp? r<nce in increasing the amount of Crime, Disease ard roverty in tha several quarter* Thirdly. To consider whether any and what new mesas mny betaken, und wha* efforts made, for increasing ihe numbers and stimulating the /-al 0f the frit ads and advocates of Temperance every where Fourthly. To prepare and adop' ad tresses to the several ? Monarch* and Rulers of the various countries of the world. Legislators and Statesmen, t clesiastieal Authorities, Magistrate*, the Medical protection, and all Parents and Heads of Families, on the importance of oisoouragir.g intemperance throughout their several countries. Mrroantn.k Honor ?Some time, we believe, in the month o? November, 1841, the mercantile house of Shelion, Brothers, Ar Co., of ihis city?born down by the uncommon pr?ssure of that tune?found it necessary to suspend payment of their debts, and to .... it.- i>,..r.u- -e ter an investigation of their concerns, agreed to receive finy percent of the amount ol their respective demands, and rejease ihe house entirely from their obligations Thin agreement whs entered into by all the creditors The atipuliited per centage waa paid, and the demands cancelled. Since the time of the failure of the houee, Mr Henry Shelton, one of the partners, hug departed this life. Philo S Shelion, ?>q the surviving partner, proceeded, with undaunted and persevering energy, to wind up the corerna of the old firm, and to commence business anew, on his own acci urit. In his new enterprise, we are h ippy to say that he has been prosperous?and that he has made moat honorable use of his prosperity. On Tuesday last he medea new dividend am?ng all of his credliors, of twentyfive per cen' upon the full amount r.f their cancelled demands nsainst hi* former house?paying out to them the aggregate sum of forty thotimi.d dollars, tor which they had no legd claim up? n him wnatever. Thii payment wm? entirely voiumarv on hia part?and it was made, n >t only to in lividual creditors, bnt, in ?ome in?i ncea, to rich corporations, by whom the loss would not have bten felt?Button Cent' if r. Arrest of a Supposed Coojitukkfite*?A colored man, who calls Bunnell Geotge Wnshiogton.waa arrested yesterday for having paused a t3 bill of the New Eui-'iitml B :i>k mton the proprietor of the "Climax " Upon b"inK searchi-d, $34 in silver was tound upon him,hut no paper money. He was well drrasri, and had wivh him a trunk of good clo'hi?g He was also furnished wuli'hose fashionable Houiliern pocket accompaniments, a double barre'led pistol and a large bowie knite He was commuted lor further examination. li is rupposed that he has escaped Iroui toutheia servitude ?Albany paptt of Friday. A Fated Crkw ?The schooner Creole recently arrived at New Orl ins trom 1'ofcusco, h iving loat ail her crew bv Hie fr .er. except the cap am IST;ai3&yAjIJu) OSiniaiA& FRZNTZNO fcS rABLISH VIENT, N. W I uHNEH OK FULTON AND NASSAU 8TH It supplied with every material necessary for the prompt, o?Bt, ami economical execution of every description uf ff&siss 34>s J?aa33sass'3. Public attention is requested to thi? establishment, in the assurance tlwt ample satisfaction will b# given?a* regards typography, preas-work, and charge*?to those who require fancy or common, large or small work clieaply aud expeditiously executed. LABELS. CHECKS, WAYBILLS. CIRCULArtS. SHOW BILLS, BALL TICKET!!. STEAMBOAT BILLS, BILLS OF LADING. RAILKOAD BILLS, BUSINESS CARDS, STAGE BILLS. CATALOGUES, PHAMPLET8, BILL HEADS. HANDBILS, NOTES. FO* THEATRES, CIRCUSES. CONCERTS, MUSEUMS, LECTURES, PUbLIC MEETINGS. Or any other places wnere the largest description of printing is required. The facilities for this work are not equalled by auy offce in this city, for, besides the large assortment of PLAJIfl ?KflASaaOTAlk TVPS, This establishment has the LAROBHT PKE8HKS IN THE CIXT. Great mins have been taken to provide every material that can possibly be of wrvice, and therefore persons having occasion for Showbills, will find it greatly to their advantage to patrwoiae liis establishment. XT^Any size or form of Bill can be furnished at vary short notice, at any hour, night or day, by applying iu the fourth itnry to Joseph Elliott. aulJtf BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. [N Pursuant of law I, JOHN TYLER President of the * United States of America, do hereby declare and make known, that pub! :c sal** will lie held it the undermentioned land otfici< in the Territory of Wiaronsan, at the fieriods hereinafter designated, to wit :? At me ian<i omen ?i Mineral roini, commencing on jvjonaar, [lie twenty-third day of October nest, for the disposal of the nhlir land* within the undermentioned townships and fractonal township*, vi* :? North of the base line, and West of the foarth principal meri dian. Township eight, of rang*) five. North of the base lii^ and east of the fourth principal meridian, and North of the Wisconsin river. Fractional towiiahipa eight and nine, of range one. Fractional townahip eight, including parta of islands in sec ion* eleren, twelve, thirteen, and fourteen, and townahip* nine if range two. Fractional township einht, including part* of ialatida in seclion eighteen, of range three. Fractional townahip eight, of range four. Fractional townahip eight, including the inland ill sectiou nine, and tnwiuhip nine, of range lite. Fractional township* nine and ten, of range six. Fractional towu*liip* nine, ten, and eleven, of range aeven. Fractional township* eleven, of range eight.. At the I.and Office at Green Bay, commencing on Monday, the second day of October next, for the disposal of the public I-oida within the undermentioned townships, to wit North ol' the base line, and Kaat of the fourth principal meridian. Fractional township eleven, including the island, on the lorth side of Wiakotisan river, of range nine. Sections four, five, ail. seven, eight, seventeen, eighteen, iiieioeii, twenty, twenty-eight, twenty-nine, thirty, thirty-one, thirtv-two and thirty-three, lying we.t of the Winnebago lake Hid Fox river, in township twenty, of range seventeen. At the Land Office at \l ilwmkie. commencing on Monday, [lie *ixtee:itli day of October nest, for the disposal of the punlic lands hereinafter designated, vu North of the base line, and eaat of the fourth principal meridian. Township ten, of range ten. The west half of the southwest quarter of section three, in nwnskip two, of range nineteen. The cost half of section twenty-iit, in township ten, of range twenty-one. The lot nnmher five of the southwest fractional quarter of lection nine, in township three, of range twenty-th'ee. The southeast fractional quarter of section nineteen, and the thirty, in townahin two, of rm*e twenty-three. La tda appropriated by law, fot of achoola, military, nr other purpoaea, will lie eicluded fr >m aale. The aale* will each I* kept 01*1 for two week* (nnlena the liida are aooner diapoaed of), and no lonter; and no private oniric* nf hnd, in the to-?n*h11>>? an off-red, will l>? admitted, until aft -r tin* eipiration of the twn w?ki. Given unde; my hand at the City of Waahington, thii tth day of June, Anno Domini, 1843. JOHN TYLER. By the Preaident, TH08. 11 BLAKE, Commiaaioner of the General Land Office. NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS. Every person entitled to the right of pre-emption to any landa within the limit* of the ti>? n?m|it above enumerated. IS required to r.itahluh the aame to the aattafaction of the llejin'. r ind Receiver of tlie proper Land Office and make pavnie-'f therefor, a* aoon at practicable nfter init thia notice, .mid hufore the day appointed for the commencement of the pablic a;ile of the townahip mbrai'i.iK tlie tract claimed, above d"*!** nated; othi-rwiae inch claim will b> forfeit.d THO?. II. BL\KE. Commiaai a" of the (je?er>l Land OBo , J25 Ittw to #Oct r \ MRiucan HOTEL, NMV tor.* -fty'ff.l'.'V?1* V ted the retmirt ai d . ' he %4)oinia| tMNM* I a"" '.ILPy?Xl7. solicit fr.m'.ny fn* W Jr ' lt? ci.v I. f ,,^ly?e? ain ia immediate!* op,-'" fh- ha. bee,. uewlv c fueled. and ever thn.a th-.o...* u s, B (OZZF.N* i! 4 Mid I m re i ? . pj nai 'A N< K i>l ?? oc4m of tlw t?iirro**t? of th? cnuoI V.'w ?irk. u b?rvti\ *t*?i to ill prrtotM hx?m?' f>i?- >l?rphjr, law of <!? nty ..I N.w Tori. 'J',""*, H. to iufwm th? urn willi ihr vouchtra ro tliv Mbtcrilwn, <1 tli* otftc* of Kdmn. <1 8. l)?rry, Vo )| Will MMI, il lh? (ily of Nfw York, on or h?for? ?n? ' uliwith '!"> of !?l't'mh?r ??*t. l)?t?l N'w Vork, lli? 15th il*> of M*r*h, IS4J. JACOB H \ ft VKV, BfXL. , ml* ItwCmr Administrators with will innini,

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