Newspaper of The New York Herald, September 12, 1843, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated September 12, 1843 Page 1
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Til Vol. IX?No. 350 ?Whale Ho. 3403. BRITISH AND NORTH AMKHU'AN ROVAL MAIL. STEAM SHIPS, Of 1300 ton? mi J {10 hortf low* aaoh. Api"""'*! 1>V 11. Ailinir.tliy to nail iietwwm Lirwpool and BiMtou, Calling it Halifax U* land and rwaiTj Tauwi* scjigor* and Her Majwty'x MaiU. HIBETINIA, Caput iu Char If* H. E- Judkina. CAL!'.I)ONIA, Captain Kdward G. Lott. Ai 'A IMA. Captain Alexander Ryrie, BRITANNIA, Captain John Hewitt. Will xn.il for Boueu via Halifax, FII .... >f?"? ' Acadi-L P\rie 16th August. 19th July. llilwrnia, Juilkius, Jut Sept. 4th Anguat. Britannia, Lou, leih do l'jtli do Till- .c shi|n carry ex|?mt!nced surgaons, and are supplied with rrrnctn' Patent Life Boats. t *s<A?e to Liverpool $110?To Halifax $30. No Ix-rilu secured until paid for. For imian ajpply to li. BK1GHAM, Jr., Agent, au3r No. 3 Wall ?t., itfew Vork. FOR HALIFAX k LIVERPOOL. The Ro'-al Mail Steam Ship BRITANN1 A, J. Hewitt. Esq., Commander, will I' mimLW Boston tor the above ports on Saturday ??JUiUB2k*Tlii?i iijj, instant. Passage to Liverpool $12(1. I'aswge to Hal ifax 20. Apply to D. BRIGIIAM, Jr., Agent, st.r No. 3 Wall street. FOR CHARI.F.STC^^^^^^KF.YIWF.ST, NEW OKT.K.ANS, A.N'D OALVF3TON, (Tmm.) rPO SAIL on Thursday, 5th October, theelegant.well known -? coppered steam ship NKW VORK, J. P. Wright, Commander. will tail as above. This steamer has lie?-n put in complete order for the season, and has extensive accommodations, with in J niry ?ui, rooms. For passage or freight of specie, apply to the Captain on board, foot of Ninth street, E k , or to A. HUBBARD Si CO., 30 Peck slip. New Vork, Sept. II, 1813. sllto5?ec STEAM SHIP NEPTUNE. Captain William Rollins?To a.til on Satnaday. Oc"'ih. at i o'clock. 1'. M., for Charleston, Key ^Vest, Havana. New Orlesi.s. and Onl i I T??i rr-toii, T?isj This suiierior packet KM* wer is now l>n/^overhauled and put in purloet order for t ho T' :S>~ y]n~"NEWPORT" AND PROVIrgTi.m r? MW, PENCE?Fare Co Boston $2 50; Deck $1 50; Hi) cliarpe lor Berths. Newport and Provitleuce $1; I)eck 50 cti. The f??t sailing steamboat CURTIS PECK, Captain Wm H. Peck, Ioitm Cslhsriue Market sii|>, East Rirer, rvrty Moudayt Wednesday ami Friday, at 5 o'clock, P. M. kor i njuafif or freight apply ou board, or to A. D. PECK, SOJ 8on;li ?t. an5 lm*m Jt* NEWARK AN1J NEW YORK.?Kara 12>a I.Vnti 1?Tlie i|>lendid stewmer PAS?cr~ yy-TP ? " run a* follows :? l-.-nre the foot of Barclay street.* ?w York, at 10 A. M., aud 4 I'. M. Li-mvm the foot of Ceutr* street, Newark, at 7}f A. M . and and IP. M. The accommodations both for paaseugera and freight hare bewi sjrt'atly implored. Freight cartied at rery low rates. jyH 3m*ee aVu jga STATEN ISLAND 'FERRY, FOOT ^fWjwJ*OF WHITEHALL ST.-The steamboats *WT STAT EN (SLANDER and SAMSON will run as follows nntil further notice :? Leare New York ft, 9, JO, 12, *, 33<, 5, 6. Tyfvive Staten Island 8, 9, 10, 12, 2, 4. 5, 8. All goods shipjied are icquired to be particularly marked and are at the risk ot the owners therwf. si r /0k NEW ARRA.NOEMENT FOR SHREWSBURY?I?nng Branch. Sandy Zfc.- ^ V -1' House and Eatontown Landing. The uew tit amboat SHREWSBURY, < .'attain John r. Corlies, will uow ruu as follows, on aud altar J'liursday. 27th inst .? l-'<vi.in New York, from the foot ?l Robinson street, evtiv Tu ?dny, Thursday, aud Saturday, at 10 o'clock, A. M. And Eatontown Laudiug ou Mouday, Wednesday aud Friday, at 10 o'clock, A. M. The Shrewsbury Vill run tu abnre, weather permitting, until furthe. notice. All baggage at the risk of the owners. Fare 37>4 cents. , N. B.?Stag? will be in attendance to coiirey passengers from the aforesaid lauding iilacea to any part of the county r? qu in>d. The Shrewsbury will go the inner passage, when practicable leisr NEW" ioRK."ANlT KINGSTON STEAM FREIGHT AND PASSAGE LINE. _^sg For Kingston, anc Delaware and Hnason A ^?-i --<r...l^h?wliii.?i KMK.HALI) &11J NORr-TW U'll ll Tue i-.Alh.KALD, Captain John Ketcham, will laave Naw Y?vrl<, foot of Murray street, every Monday anil Thursday at 5 o'clock, P M. Will leave Kingston (Tlon'out landing)arery Wednesday and Saturday at 3 o clock, !'. M. Tin- NORWICH, Captain John Samuels, will leave New York, foot of Warren street, every Wednesday and Saturday at i o'clock, P. Mi ill liave Kingston (Hondont landing) every Tueaday and Fri Jay at 3 o'clock, P. M. EXTRA TRIPS. Tin EMERALD will leave tlio foot of Murray street every Sunday morning at 7 o'clock. Returning, leave* Kingston at 4 oY-l-rk, sime day. h or freight or puncf apply an boerd, or to WILLIAMSON, BARLOW k CO., n21 3m*r 161 Wwt street. NEW A It RAN OEM ENT. FARE AND FREIGHT REDUCED. *0 REGULAR MAIL LIN Hi?KOR PROfinS-?*l/3*VIDENCE AND BOSTON, Tia. STON SREmCKLiNOTGN AND NEWPORT?Composed of the following superior steamer*. running in connection with the Stoniiigton and Boetnn and Providence llailroada MASSAf'lll Sk.TTM Capi. Comatock. RHODE ISLAND, C?M Tlmyer. M'.OVini- NCE. nai;:mgan?ett. MOKKUAN. On* of which will l?\ve New York daily (Snndaya neeptH) from Pier No. "1?' *? The HHOOE ISLAND. Captain Thayer, on Monday, and Wednesday for Htonington and Newport, and Friday for Stonincton. The MASSACHUSETTS, Captain I'omstock, on Tuesday and Thuraday for StoniugUm, and Saturday for Stonington, Newport and Provldeuce. Passenger*, on the arrival of the atcfimers at Stoningtnn, will uHimuialely forwarded in the splendid and cominodions Cars of the Railroad to Providence and Boston, and if for Newport will proceed in the *te*mer Moliegan (in superior order) from thence at 6 o'clock ih? following morning, thus giving tliein an oppomjnlty of a night's rest on Hoard th? steamer Mum > husftt* * Rhode Island, and then lireakfaat on boiud the Moh^gan. '1 lia abo?e steamer* hare been thoroughly equipped anil pre, lied to promote celerity ol travel aa<l the comfort and se runty ol pnaiengcr*, and not suri .io*cd by any in the United Htatem. For pi*...-4je or freight, which ts ukeu at very reduced rate*, apply on hoard, at north side of pier No. 1, 22 Broadway, or office of thunitel Devrnn, freight agent, on the wharf. TicUeta lor the rout* anil steamers'bertha nan be secured on board, or at the office of HARNDEN fc CO., No. S Wall str~t "I'll and after the Kith mst. freight will not be received >nd torwarded after half-past 4 P. M. m9 iBm* m WELL KNOWN SOLOMON HEINE, M D., " TIT IIO ? practised in this city upward* ofmua year* as a vv medical physician and surgeon, keeps hia oifiee No. J7 Reaile sr. near Ttrnadwayj an2& lm*r B#lV?i?d'fo^a?\a by b*''* *,tr* Ju,t "ceiv w*ec rEHMEk BROOKS, ?1 Libwty .t, mwm. iici . - m - >i'? Buiia room are eiet;nntiy luri: until, and paastiuKorx can lely ? ev?-y cotitort ami accommodation in her. Kor pop'iati' a* above, in th? cabins or ateerace, and for light frrlijlitaud specie lor Ckarteaton, apply to J. II. BUOWF.R, a7 fitr 75 Walt it. Tr.riiLi. DRAFTS ON ENOL AND, IRELAND f I'lTii-'H' al).>nl rvni.ttiug money to their ^^v\wjLj.VS^frirndj ill til* "old co an try," can be supplied with Drafts, in sums of 1, 2, 3, 5, 10, aa^:"??lKJz3KS^5<i ^ ?50, or any amount, ratable on demand withnnt diacount or any other charge, at the National Bank of Ireland, IVnvini:i.\l HanV, do., Messrs. .lunes Bult, Son St Co., UnnLondon. 1. Bamad it Co., Exchange and Discount K ink, Liverpool, Eastoru Hank of Scotland, G'reenock Bankii:;; < ompajijj Sir Wiu. f'orbea Hunter It Co., Scotland, and t he i>ianche? in every po?* tnna throughout England. Ireland, Scotland and \Vale?, which drafts will be forwarded by the stue-avr 1 ntami* t T \v. t j. j tapscott At their Cw.ptrI Passage OK**,! 3 I'eck Si v. corner Sonthst. N. B.?All letters from the country must come post paid. ?'J j,* PEOPLE'S LINE OF STEAMBOATS T-.-slt^-'.^POR ALHANY-Dailv at 7 o'clock P. M.? ?.- Through direct?From tlxvetaamboat pier botwivii CiiiirtlriMt a.. 1 I :her.y ?:n*t?, Sunday excepted. Tha stntinKoat K VICIv ER.BOCKEB.Capt. A. P. St. John, will l^ava Monday, 'iVednesday and Friday Evenings, at scrcu O'clock. Stuamboar ROCHESTER, Capt. A. Houghton, will leave Tue.iUy, Tlm.-?<liy, and Saiu'day at 7 P. M. At j o'clock r. il.? L wdiiig at Intermediate Places. StMmooat SoitTll \MKK1CA, Capt. M. H. Trueedell, will leave M outlay, Wednesday, 1> riday. and Sunday afteruoon, at 5 o'clock. Steamboat SOUTH AMERICA, Capt. L. W. Brainard, will [.are Xuts<i?y, Thursday and Saturday Evening, at fire o'clock. Paosn^er* taking this Line of Boats will iuvariably arrive in Albany in ample time to take the Moruiug Train of Cars for tlie anst or wast. . , t ? nr lovTt du-sh hit* imTV diHi suirciKuutu, (w lurmsneu WIU1 neat and elerant S'ate Rooms, ruid for speed and accommodations im unrivalled on the Hudson. Kor Passage or Freight, apply on board, or to P. C. Schnltz at the otter on the wharf. si Z,fK.VKM O'CLOCK MORNING LINE t*?ALB AN V, TROY, and intermedi t(e Ai~ - .TMhmlir Landings?! rem the steamboat pier, at the foot of Barclay street. Breakfast and Dinner on hoard. Lr-ve-. ,\pw \ nrk?The Empire on Monday, Wednesday an;! 1 ridav. The Troy cu Tne?<hy, Thursday and Saturday, at 7 A. M. I..'i iliuijat?Caldwell's, West Point, Newbargh, Hampton, l' .aii;!cv,'?ie, iiyue Park, Khiaeheck, IT. Hod Iiook, Bristol, Cat'*ill, Hudson, Cr>isacl.-i? and Kinderhook. The urw low prmsure steimur KM PI HE, Captain 9. R. Roe, on \ eih rsday, at 7 o'clock'iu the moruinz, Autf. 1S? Tt.e new low pressure stKime* TUO V, Captain A. Gotliam, oe '1 linrsday, at 7 o'clock in the moraiuK, Auit 12. Ki r pa-.t-.i'e, a;.ply at tlie office, foot of Barclay strnec, or on board. Notice.?AU Goods, Freijht, Rie;ai;e, Bank Bill*, Specie, or ai.v other kind of Property, taken, shipped, or put ou board the Bout* of this Liije^nust be at the risk of the owners of such i (. an 1C r S~crw* <"> AT* INDEPENDENT REGULAR OITOSI-^??.^->TION NIGHT LINE FOR ALBANY' 8c .ij. Ty ri;fiv_'T'hr/?.yU l)j,ect, without Landing ? The c ;.;nodious and substantial steamboat PORTSMOUTH, Cspt. O. House, will leave New York from the foot of Barclay strve.l, ou MomUy*, Wednesdays and Fridaysiand will leave All's snd Troy on Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, and will ontintie these tripe lor the season. Fmight uken at induced rates. Apply on board. I\ S.?The shove boat has undergone a thorough repair, and is in first rite order. ?2 lm"r SEVEN O'CLOCK EVENING LINE ALBANY AND TROY direct, without X?Ll?jEL^<eLl.indiii??the si'lejidid low pressure steamboat 6W\LLoTV', Captain A. McLean, will leave the foot ef Courtlaudt street every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday evanuifs, at 7 o'clock, for Albany direct. 'J'lif Swallow has a larve uurnher of state rooms,and for speed and *ci:oEiuiod;iUouk is not surpassed on the Hudson. an'! ec ~ ^ KKUIII.AR OPPOSITION FOR BO E NE NEW NEW JERSEY RAILROAD AND TRANfcT PORTATION COMPANY. MEW YORK AND NEWARK. FARE REDUCED TO TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. From the foot of Courrlandt *treet, New York. (Every day?Sundays excepted.) Leaves New York. Leaves Newark. At 8 A.M. At 2 P.M. At 7 AM. At 1^ P. M. 9 do. 3 do. S do. 4)? do. 11 do. 4 do. 9 do. do. 5? do. lOtf do. do. 6)? do. 8* do 8 do. ON SUNDAYS. From the foot of CourtUndt street. Leaves New York. Leave* Newark. At? A. M.aud A\ P. M. At 1 2K P. M. mid 9* P. M. NEW YORK, ELIZABETH TOWN. Leave* Now York. Leaves Elizatwth Town At 8 A. M. At 3 P. M, At 1% A. M. P. M. 9 do. 4 do. 8}$ do. 7 do. 11 do. 4^tf do. 10 do. 9>? do. do. 12 do. Th? traini for Westfield, Plainfield, Roundbrook, Somerville, he., connect willi the 9 A. M., and 4>i P. M. ; train* from New Yoik daily, Sundays excepted. Fare between New York and Elizabeth Town 2S ceut*. Fare between do. and Somerville. 75 cent*. NEW YORK ASU HAH WAY. Leavea New York. Lmth Kahway. At 8 A. M At 3 P.M. At 7 A.M. A<. P. M 9 do. 4 do 8 dt; *i do. 11 da l?4 do. 9k do. 9 do. 6K do. 11 \ do. NEW fOUK AND NftW BRUNSWICK. Ejs>m foot of Courtlandt itreet, New York, daily Leavei New York. Leares New Brunswick. At 9 A. M. At 4 P. M. At 6 A. M. At 11K A.M. by, do. 7* do. 8>i 1'. M. ON SUNDAYS: Leaves New York Leaves New Brunswick. At 9 A. M. and^lP. M. At 11)* A M., and P. M. Fare, except in the Philadelphia trains, between New York aud New Brunswick. 50 cents. Betweea New York and n&hway, 25 centi. Passengers who procure their ticket* at the ticket oflice, receive a ferry ticket KT*tia. Ticket! are received by the eouductor only on the day when purchased. anlft r SUMMER ARRANGEMENT NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA RAJ jMOAD LINE DIRECT. Via Newark, NnwaRUNiwioB, Princeta*, Trentos, BORDENTOWN ANB BfRI-i.NfiTON. THRO I Gil IN ul X UOGKet. fceaviug New York daily from the foot of Courtlandt ?t. lorning Ljne at 9 A- M.?Mail Pilot Line aMK P. M. Thi? MuruiJI* Line p.nceeds to B< rdeulown, from theuce by steamboat to Philadelphia. The Ermiing Line pror.i*?W direct to Camdtti (opposite to Philadelphia) without chji*e of cur. Passengers will procure their 'icke'e at the office foot of Courtlandt atiwt, where a commodiun* tt'amboat, will be in r?wline?ii, with baggaEe crati* K v ) P||il?delphii bergast^ crates urn cntive.ed from city to city, Win out being opened by the way K?eh train is provided with a car in which are apartm?uts awl dressing rooms eiprcesly for tlie Indies' nae. Returning, the lines leave Philadelphia fr jui the foot of Walnut stiwet, by steamboat to Bordecti.i'i i; 7 o'clock, A. M. and by railroad from Camden, at 5 o'olock, P. M. The linn* for Baltimore leave PliiI*J.<iphi* 4*. Ti( A. M., and 4 P. M. being a continuation of tlie liae? from New York. jy2# 3m*ec PATERSON RAILROAD. Ti-AlW OVL7 2? <JENlT5>. From i'aterson to Jersey City. Ou and ar'.er Monday, 17th July, the cart will leave Patlbson UercT Leave New York. 8 A. M. 9 A. M. 11% " 12% P M. 4 P. M. 5 " ON SUNDAYS. Leave Paterson Dbfot. Leave New York. 1% A. M. 8% A. M. 5 P. M. 6 P. M. "Jransportation cars pl daily (Sundays eveepted.) Passengers are advised te be at the Kerry, foot of Courtlandt street, a few minutes before the stated hours of dnvarturo jvll Km FOR BUFFALO AND ALL PARTS OF THE WEST. ASSOCIATION PA AS AO E OFFICE TO ALBANY. Utica $2 00 Rochester, $:< 00 Syracuse, 2 26 Buffalo, 3 50 Oswego, 2 25 Up. and Lower Canadatft 50 By the fast line to Buffalo and found, $8 00. For ps*5afce apply to M. L. RAY, au24 1m m 93 Barclay strfet. New York. M. S. BALL & CO.'S CHARLESTON. SAVANNAH, MILLEDGEVILLE, MACON, COLUMBUS & FLORIDA ? ? ^2 Messrs. M. 8. BALL SiCO.will receive Specie, Bank Noli*! Bundles, Samples. Pack.ige* and Case* of Good*, and forward lliem bv their Express. to and from Charleston. Savannah, .Milledgeville, Macon, auo all the way stations on the Central Railroad. Also, by the steamboat St. Matthews, Captain McNelty, on her regular trips to and from Darien, Brunswick, St. Mary s, Black Creek, Picolatta and I'alatka. M. S. Ball St Co. will pay particular attention to the purchase of Goods, coilectiiiK and paying Drafts, Notes and Bills, and the transaction of any and all kinds of business, at any of the above named places. They will also forward (foods and Merchandize to anvpart of the Uuited States, which may be sent to their care. They intend to put on teams to run regularly through from Macon tw Columbus, under their own charge, to carry all kinds of merchandize, with all reasonable dispatch and safety, ou the 1st of October next. Messrs. M. 8. B. Si Co. hiving nude arrangements with the Central Railroad Company of Georgia, for au apartment tinder their own lock, and with a Messenger always in charge, otter sut>erior advantages for the prompt and safe conveyance of all valuable articles that may be entrusted to their care. Merchants, lUanters, and others, desirous of receiving their Goods with prompt dispatch, will find it advantageous to direct to them. tfT" Office at Savannah, 15S Bay stre?t; Macon, Washington Hall; M. 8. Ball Sc Co., Milledgeville; Agent at Charleston, S. C.. A. Head, 95 hast Bay; 8. Plulbiick, A twit for receiving and forwarding goods and merchandize at Savannah. M. S. B. &Co. will advance cash for ail freight* on goods sent to their charge. Charge* no more than the ordinary way of obtaining goods. au2<i lm*r SP""Bnr & co.?s english. French. belgjaS ."'aMkhk EXPRESS, GENERAL KORWARDING AND COMMISSION HOUSE. HARNDEN & CO. will receive and forward by their daily Express Cars, Specie, Bank Note*, Packaged and Parcels, to any part of the United State* or Canada', and by the steamers and packets te any part of England, Ireland, Scotland, Belgium or K ranee. Particular attentinu is paid to the purchase or sale of all descriptions of merchandise, collecting and imying Draft*, Notee, and Bills, to the entry of merchandise at the Custom House, and to the general transaction of anv and all kinds of forwarding and commission business. Bills of Exchange, in sums to suit, furnished ou St. John, N. B., Halifax, N. 8., or on aay part of Europe. all koous inusi di miTKrii uartien ? i o. - r oreign josi OHice Letter Bags are made-up for all the lioyal Mail Steamers from Bostou, and the steamer and aniline packet* from New York. Principal office* and agents:? Messrs. Wilmer ami Smith, 32 Church street, Liverpool, England. Messrs. Maclean, Maria St Co., 3 Abchnrch Ian*. London. Mmini. Kaiieraon St Co., I'aris and Havre. Samuel Hai^bt, Ks<i., American Consul, Antwerp, Belgium. Messrs. J. and J. (i. Woodward, St. John, N. B. A. W. Godfrey, Halifax, N. 8. J. O. Woodward, New Orleans, La. Messrs. J. B. Sazerar 8c Co., Havana. Haroden it Co. t Court St., Boston. All goods must be marked "Harden & Co. N. B.?llaniden St ( o. are alone responsible for the loia or injiwv of any articles, or pro|<erty of any description committed to tlieir care; nor is any risk assumed by, nor can any ba attached to tha New Jersey Steamboat Navigation Company, by which their crates are. or may be transported; nor the New York, Providence, and Bostou iiailroad, or the Bostun and Providence Railroad Corporations, in resjiect to llieir content! at auy time. HARNDtN St CO., jylZ r No 3 Wall at., New York. esaSMiJftfiE KOIt ALBA is v, TROY, C hi' 4")(i ? ,| me < \.V\Oas. The subscribers having comi le,:d the r arrangements with the People's Line of Steamboats, on tin North River, and the Hail Koad Companies *'?t of Aluain for i moling their kippfts for the season of 184:t, an Ki press will li'?v* their ortiea. N?. 3 Wall street, New Vork. every eveiiint at quarter to 7 o'clock, for the above named and intermediate . : ires IMPORTANT Kor the greater safety and security of all valuable and money packages entrusted in their caia, they b?ve Salamander Iron Bales on board of tha steamboats, in a strte room occupied ei the annv* room with tha Irou aalw.intp wliic'ti all ?uch pidltatfH* arc placed. POMKKOV fc COMl'AN V. ml en No. 2 'Vail <trret MULLEN&COPPM&jfaflto 9^353lNo- 3 Wall-street,-^gPNKW \ OUK, ALBANY. TKOY ANU ?iONFllKAL KXPIltHS. M??n. lUmd'n k. Co. Iutiuk i1is|x>?^<1 of their ro?t?frmn New Yerk to Albany and Troy, the iiitiioribfn, tha old con* I iluoton of Harndeu m. Co'n Northern Kipraai, from New York will continue ta run, an heretofore, leaving \>w York. Albany and Troy Daily, anil connect at Troy wuli Jar..lie' Montreal Ktpreaa, and will forward Specie. Ilmk Notea, Packagei. Bmidlne, < n- Oooda, k<\ to any place between New York and Montreal, and throughout tli" Cauada'a Alto L'.aat from Troy and Albany to Motion, and Went from Albany to Buffalo. All hn*ino*? entruited to their charge will be promptly attended to. Particular attention will be paid to the collection of no?<?, drafta, acceptance, Ike. and |<iumi't retnnia made for the tame. TULLKN & COPP. Oflicea?Pnllen St Coop, 3 Wall atreot. New York. Tho? Ooii|{n, 15 Kxchange, Albany. A. <} Kilkina, 228 River ?lrret, Tror. 8. Jacob'i ExchaajP Court, St Paul's at. Montreal. RKKKRKNCK8. Nr.w York. _ Ai.kakt. Tkot. Prime, Ward St King, F.. J. 11 uinj>hrpy, Jno. Payne, Jacob Little & Co., Titos. (iough. P. Well*; John T. Smith & Co. R, K. Stow, Papoon & Hoffman. r s.I)mt<U??, Curjieim r >?. Virmilya, jr. Leake. II mitlitini -V < o. Drew, Kohinton ft Co. a I9r ,fc j BOOT AND RHOK 8TOKK. JOHN KK.AL)V respectfully inform* hii friendi ami the publir.tbat he has commwired bn?iue*? 111 tbe above line, at No. 99 Na*?an ilrwt. whure ha will thankfully receive ami faithfully etecate, all orders hi* may be favored with on the moat rmaoimnle terms for cash j v2Jr ----- VANDKU8KN 8ALK. AND EXC HANOK STABLE. 450 Broadwsv and 16 Crosby street. *p Th* above Sw'iles now ethihit eiaht pair of evcel?AiT>lenf horiM, fresh from the roiintry.nt for well trained ' * f * hornet. Also, a nnmber of wrtl broken and soubiI single horses. * l&~ Entrance in each atraat, si lw*r 1 W YO YORK. TUESDAY MOB OLD LINE LIVERPOOL PACKETS. m J- de?patchr<l iu tlx* following order, eiceptiug that when the ailing day falls ou Suuday, the ihips will sail on the inrceed ingday, ?n:? prom New York. From Liverpool The CAMBRIDGE, (June 1 July 19 8J0 toii?, < Oct. 1 Nov. 19 W. C. Burrow, r Feb. 1 Mar. 19 Tho ENGLAND, iJuue 19 Aug. 7 740 ton*, < Oct. 19 Dec. 7 S. Bartlett, f Feb. 19 April 7 The OXFORD, {July 1 Aug. 19 800 toa?, \ Nov. 1 Dec. 19 J. Rathbone, (March 1 April 19 The MONTEZUMA, ( July 19 Sept. 7 1000 ton*. < Not. 19 Jan. 7 A. B. Lowber, (Mirch 19 May 7 Th* EUROPE, I Aug. 1 Sept. 19 6i8 torn, < Dec. 1 Jan. 19 E. G. Furber, f April 1 May 19 Thi NEW YORK, (new) (Aug. 19 Oct. 7 9J0 ton?, < Dec. lt> Feb. 7 T. B. Cropjier, t April 19 June 7 The SOUTH AMERICA, (Sept. I Oct. 19 OiO tone, {J4U. 1 Feb. 19 K. CJ. Bailey, (May 1 Julie 19 The COLUMBUS, i Sept. 19 Nor. 7 700 tons, {Jan. 19 Mar. 7 G. A. Cola, (May 19 July 7 Tim* ships are not surpassed in (>oiut nf elegance or comfort in thi-ir cabin accommodations, or in their fait (ailing qualiti'-s by any Teasels in the trade. Tlie commanders are well known as men of character and experience, and the strictest attention will always be paid to promote the comfort and convenience of passenger*. Punctuality, as regards th* day of sailing, w ill be observed as heretofore. The price of passage outward is now liied at Seventy-Five Dollars, for which ample stores of every desuription will lie provided, with the exception of wiues and liquors, which will be furnished by the stewards, if required. Neither the captain or owners of these ships will be responsiMe for any letters, parcels, or packages sent by them unless regular bills of lading are signed thervlor. For freight or passage, apply to (JOODHUK ft CO, 61 South st. <\ H. MARSHALL, :13 Hurling slip, N. Y. jv 1? and nf BARING. BROTH F.R8 ft CO.. L>oo1. Mk J&Sk "'F.W \< IIV ND !IAV7TTT('KF.TS. Second Line?The Ships of this line will herealler leave N?w York on the 1st, and Havre oa the ICth of each mouth, as follows, viz From Nkw York. Fkom Hsvrk. New Ship ONF.IDA, ( 1st March. C 16th April. Captain < 1st July. < 16th August. Jamnn Funck. f 1st November. ( ltith December. kil. dtl timoilk' ft., a ?:i > I.-.l Willi- ?.?? ? i -IV/IIII, V 1M nr?l' \ "Will Captain < 1st August. 5 Itith September K.dward Funck.f tut Iteivmbex. ( 10th Jainnry. ShipUTIC V, I lit M.iy. ? 16th June. Captain _ s l?t Sept ember < I6tli Octolier. ! rederick Hewitt f 1st January. r Ititli F< bruarj'. New ship St. NICHOLAS*. 1st June. i With July. Captain < 1st October. < 16th November. J- B. l'ell,( 1st February, f Kith Mar?h. The accommodations of these :unps are not surpassed, com Wining all that mav be required for comfort. The price of ca bin im*saije is $10(1. Passengers will lie supplied witherery re quisite with tlie exception cit wines and liquors. Goods intended for ilime vessels will he forwarded by the sub. scribers, free from any other than the en'ienses actually incurred on t.li.-ni. For freight (ir jpassags, apply to BOYD & lfrNCKEN, Agi-iits, jeifci er No. 9. Tontine Building, cor. Wall and Water stji TilE ENW LINK OF LIVERPOOL. PACKETS. M- M- MNew Ship L1VF.HPOOL, 1150 tons, ^ J?,r^ nu?.'"};.P John Eldridge. Sieth April? New ship QUEEN OF THF. WEST, ( ma ton., Philip P. Woodhouie. J {^h May Ship ROCHESTEll, 86? toui. ( J?!!1 John Brittou j {J* Ship HOTTINOUER. 1050 ton.. Ira oursely, J 16th July. Those substantial, fast sailing, first class ships, all built iu the city of New Y ork, are commanded by inen of experience and ability, and will be dispatched punctually on the 16th o( each month. Their cabins are elegant and commodious, and are furnished with whatever can conduce to the ease and comfort of passengers. Neither the captains or owners of llieee ships will be responsible for any p.srcels or packages seut by them, unless regular bills lading are signed therefor. For freight or passage apply to WOODHULL St MINTURNS, 87 South street, N>'W York, or to F1ELDEN, BROTHERS k CO., ^,0 ; -I . NEW LINK. OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS. To sail from New York on the 25th and Liverpool on the 13th of Mich mouth. m Ship nOSClIIR, Captain John Collins, 25th July. Ship SJDDONS, ( ai'Uiii A. B. Cobb, 25th August. Ship SIIF.Ill DAN, Captain K. A. Deoeyster. 25th Sept. Ship OA11RJCK, Captain \Vm. iSkiddy, 25tn Octobejr. Fhom Livf.kpool. Ship SHERIDAN, Captain K. A. Depeyster, 13th July. Ship OARRICK, Capt. Win. Skiddy, 13th August. Ship KOSCIU8, Captain John Collins, 13th S?ptember. Ship H1DDONS, Captain E. B. Cobb, 13th October. These sl.ips ar? all of the first class, upwards of 1000 tons, built in tn? city of New York, with such improvements as combine great speed with unusual comfort for passengers. Every care has been taken in the arrangement of their accommodations. 'J'he price of passage hence is $75. These ships are commanded by e*[>erieuced masters, who will make every exertion to rive general satisfaction. Neithrr the captains or owners of the ships will be responsible for any letters, parcels or packages gent by them, uuless regular bills of lading are signed therefor. For freight Or passage apply to E. h.. COLLIN S & CO., 56 South st., New York, or to BROWN, SHIPLEY In CO., Liverpool. Lerten by the packets will he charged I2>? cents per singl sheet ; 50 cents per onnee, and newspapers 1 cent each. jy7 ec FOR NEW ORLEANS. LOUI9IANNA AND NEW YORK LINE OF PACKETS ! or the better accommodation of ahip|>ers, it is intended to despatch a ship from this port on the 1st, 5th, 10th, 15th, 20th, and 25th of each month, commencing the 16th October and continuing until May, when regular days will he appoiuted for the remainder of the year, whereby great delays and disappointments will be prevented during the summer mouths 1 he following ships will commence this arrangement: Ship YAZOO, Captain Cornell. Ship OCONEE. Captaiu Jackson. Ship MISSISSIPPI, Captaiu Hilliard. Ship LOUISVILLE, Captain Hunt. Ship SllAKSPEARE, Captain Miner. Ship OASTON, Captain Latham. MiM> MUINTS\ iiiLh,. i aptain .Mumlord. Ship OLMULGKE, Captain Le.avitt. Ship NAsOv ILI,K, Cai>t?i|i Dickinson, Ship MEMPHIS, Captain Knight. Sliip LOUISA, Captain Mullon]. These ships were all liuill in the city of New York, npmily for packets, are of light draft of water, have recently been newly coppered and put hi splendid order, with accommodations for pis senders unequalled for comfort. They are cominanded by experienced masters, who will make every exertion to (five general satisfaction. They will at all time* be tow?l up and down the Mississippi by nt<imboats. Neither the owners or captains of these ships will tie responsible Sirjewelrn bullion, precious stones, silver or plated ware, or for any letters, parcel or package, seiit by or put on board of them, unless regular bills of lading are taken for the same and the value thereon expressed. For freight or iiassatte, arnly to E. K. COLLINS & CO.. Sfi Sonth St., or HULLIN ?i WOODRUFF. Agent m New Orleans, who will promptly forward all goods to their address. The sni|>s of this line are warrantrd to sail punctually as advertised, in<l great care will be Uke.ii to have the goods correctly mensiirwd. inr JOHN HERDMAN'S OLD ESTABLISHED EMIGRANT PASSAGE OFFICE. ^ Jffc rffe. ItMilj LAK PACKtl^^^^U'S, CI BoiffiSSt! New York. PASSAGE to and from Great Britain and Ireland, via Liverpool and London, by the regular packet ships, sailing on the 1st 7th. 13th, 19th, and 10th of men month to and from Liverpool and to and from Loudon 1st, 10th and 2vtli of each month. Thr subscriber has made uneona'led arrangements to bring ont emigrants, and ran, with great confidence, assure those pvrsons sending for their friends, that every due ainl diligent attention w illbe shown them, and all who einbaik with them Passage can also lie engaged from Liverpool direct Wi New Orleans, Mobile. Savannah, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Boston, and to the different |>orts of the British Provinces, at the lowest ram. With lliosa arrangement*, together with the advantage which his Liverpool correspondents possess, being large ship owners, tut) extensively engaged in the freighting bosiuess despatching yearly at least 100 m?t class ships from Liver|iool to the va rous gorts of the United States, with fteight and passengers. The lacility offered by this establishment is unsurpassed, and from the large number of first class ships employed iu the line there can be no detention whatever, which will oa guaranteed. The price of passage will be at the loweet rates, and should any ol those sent for decline coining, the |<assage money will be as customary refunded. The steamboat fare from the differ*: porta to Liverpool can, as usual, be secured. JOHN HKUDMAN.fll South st, N Y. or J. It W. ROBINSON, near Wall street, Merchants and Emigrants' Agents, No. 18 Goree Pia/.ras. Liverpool. DRAFTS AND EXCHANGE. The tabecriber requests the attention of those remitting mo ney to their fiiends to his unequalled arrangements for the payment of his (trails on demand, without discount or any charge whstevar. at the following Banking Institutions, viz ?. IN ENGLAND?Messrs. James Bolt, Sou ft Co., Bankers London. Messrs J. Barnard k Co., Exchange and Disconnt Bank, LiNational Provjafial Bank of England, and Braachea tlironghont England asfWTVales.

Yorkshire DisTtlct Bank and Braachea. Birmingham Banking Co. LancaMer Banking Co. IN SCOTLAND?Greenock Banking Co in Glasgow and Greenock. Eastern Bwk of Scotland and Branchee. IRELAND?Provincial Bank of Ireland. Amagh Cork Eunis Mallow AtliLiue Carlow Enniskillen Momvmore Ualllia ('avail Galway Omagh Belfast Coleraine Kilkenny Parsonstowo B .inbridge Cootchill Kilrusli Sligo BalKmeua Dublin Londonderry ' Strahane Bindon Downpatrick Largen Traiee Bilh shannon Duntrauuou Limerick W'aterford Clonmel Duuuarion Mouaghan Vouglmll National Bank of Ireland. Billiusloe Castlehar Moate Tinneranr* Bunagher Kiwiworthy Nninli Tu.im IloyIc rVrmoy New Kog% Thomaatown < 'other Calvray Roierra Tralee ('arrick on Sair Kantnrk _ I'otcoinmon C*?t1er*m Longford Weiford Cliarleirill* Lnuuhrea Tallow Wlcklow Clonmel MicTiaeNfawn Thurlw N U ?In addition to the LiWfdol anil London packet*, the tihwrilwr 11 alio agent fnr th?? r^?ulnr packet* tailing weekly from New York to New Orleani, Mobile. rharleaton, and Havannah, by which paaaage can b* *ecnrecl at the loweat rate*, jyn-tf JOHN HKRDMAN. BLACK OXIDE OK MANOANK8F., inlotito wit par rliatert, for ??.!? by 1 fire "ERSSE k BROOKS, ?1 LiWtr it. RK B NING. SEPTEMBER 12, NEW YORK It BOSTON 80UNU 1'IIjOT. r\WKN PRKHCOTT, Pilots. or take* charge as master and vy pilot ef vessels bound to New Bedford, over Nantucket ' HhoaU, Boston, Portsmonth, Tonlmd, Keiiuebeek, and OTHKH PORTS. Office at Fry* & Shaw'i Nautical store, 222 i W.iter street, comer Ueekman. Iteference to a number of mer' cluuti, &n<J the arveral Insurance CoiaiiatiiM in this city, yostnn . Biiil Portland. jvIS 1mier MARSEILLES LINE OF PACKETS. Mh MS* iMz, The uiideniieiilicii.rii will !>, i ;tirly dispatched from , hence and;DMI Marseilles OB the tat ofwwE luontli during the ' year:? ] From New York. Marseille*. COURIER, Cam, Damn, June I. Aug. 1 1 THKSCOT1' ?apt. .Myrick, July 1. Ke|?t. 1 HELLESPONT, apt. AA-mm, Aiic. 1, Oct. 1 ' CORIOLANUS, < apt. llaiiu, Sept. 1. Not. 1 . H'RY THOMPSON,Capt.SylTe.ter, Oct. I. Dec. 1 ( Tl?f?v *n? all roniirrMil anil pnniwr I.a?a ..Mllxtt accommodation* tor passengera. The price of cabin (uasafe will be S100, exclusive of winei and I Minors. . (tooda addreased to the agents, BOYD U HINCKEN, will 1 be forwarded free of other charges than thote actually paid. For freight or passage apply to BOYD It HINCKEN, Agents, t No. 9 Tontine Buildanes, or S. BIIOOM It CO., I miOr III I Front street^ OLD BLACjt BALL LINE OP PACKETS , mM9W.FOR LIV F.KPOOL?Packet of the 19th Septeml>er. t ft'"t ta?Tlx laat lailiug packet ahip HiBKR.NIA, Capt. ' Bunting, will, be despatched u above, hnr rap uUr day. t Thoae wiihing to secure bertha, will require to make eerly ( application to JOHN HEEDMAN, (II South atnet, near Wall it. N. B.?Passage from Oroat Britain and Inland,via Liverpool, can a* iMtial be secured tiy the above splendid packet ahip, rr any ship of the line, and those remitting money to their friends i c*ji hare drafta far any amount payable in nil the principal . towns throughout. the United Kiukd"tn, and oa Messrs. J. Bar- [ neil if. Co. banker*, Liverpool; ? ><! Messrs. J. Bnlt, Son Jt Co. I For farther particular!, apply a* above. sflr t **3^- FOlf LIVERPOOL?Regular 1racket of the" 13ih t W.'r'aft*September?The ?eleni'id last sailing packet thip S N Vill i NF.Y, Capt. Thonpsoa, bnrthee , lOUii tons, will sail a* above, her regular day. II." ring *eay aajwrioraccot. moitnnons for c.ibiu. ?d cabin and ' iteeisge p singers, persons intending H> einharU should make f immediate apphcafios * board, foot ol Mniden l.we, or to the . iiibscribir, J jisL."H SlsMUltKA V, 10i> Pigesi , comer of Roi t The abot??iHir> wi'l l>? succeeded by the very splendid packet t ahip SHI'RIO-A N, Capt. Depeyater. burthen IIM tons, to sail , on th? 25th September. Persons sending for their friends can ' hav them brought out by the above ship, or any of the regular ' packet*, failing from Liverpool on tho 1st, )3th and 2ith of eve- { re monih. _ , Draft* will also be civen, in snms to suit the Convenience of those wishing to remit to their frieud*. ou the Provincial Bank ' of Ireland ami all its branches throughout the kingdom, paya* | hie at sieht; also, drafta payable in any |>art of England, Scot- , land and Walia, by applying as above. s8 r FOR LI V I'.ltPOOL?The New Line-Kegnlar : IcSWIcV Packet of ltlii of September?The new splendid . ahip HI'v.KN m- THE WKST, Philip I Vvcoalmine master, 1250 tons, will sail on her regular day, : the 16th Sept. I For freiuht or passage, having r.ccnmodationi aneoualled for , elegance und comfort, apply ou board, west aide Burling 1 slip, or to WOODHLLL & M1NTURNS, i 87 South at. Price of passage $75. . The hue packet ship Rochester, Captain John Brittou, 86(1 tons, will succeed the. Queen of the Weet, and sail on hex regular day, 16th October sl2 ec N t\v'LINE OF PA( KET3 FOiTTlV E|TKvPSV. POOL?Packet of lfilli September.?The new mil lass elegant p:icket ship QUEKN OF THE WEST, I I "'.II , ?I- r...t ! \V.'?JI.,...? ..ill ..it v.. I... 16fli Sept.eir.ber, her n-jci11*r day.?Tliij noblepacket, the largest ev?r built in the cilv of New York, is fitted up with every modern improvement that cau impart comfort to tia- augers?her cabins ?n? very spacious, and superbly furnished throughout.? Her between (looks are lofty and thoroughly lighted. She ha* mate rooms on deck for second cabin |>asa>'ngnrs?the whole affording accommodations superior to any other ship. Persons about to visit the old country will study their intereet and comfort by selecting this magnificent slop. For Passage, early application should he made on board foot of Burling slip, went side, or to YV. 6t J. T. TAP8COTT, 43 Peck slip, cor. South st. The Queeji of the AVest will sail from Liverpool on the 3th of November. Persona wishing to send for their friends, can have them brought out in her, or other first class ships, sailing weekly, 01 favorable terms. Draft* for any amount, payable on demand, without discount, in all the principal towns of England, Ireland, Scotland or Wales, constantly for wit as above. The Sheridan will succeed the Queen of the West, and sail 25th Sept. sir BLACK BALL, OH OLD LINK OF LIVER H?WPO(IL PACKETS?Regular Packet, and sails on jf~?afcsTuosday, the 19th Sept.?The remarkable last sailing new i .>i |iercd p.icUut ship HIBERNIA, Captain Richard L. Bunting, will sail positivt-ly as above,, her regular day. The accommodations of the Hibernia for cabin, 2d cabin and steerage passengers will on inspection Im* found In be fitted oul in every way that can add to the comfort of those embarking for the old country, who should not fail to call and examine tier accommodations liefote paying passage iu any other vessel. The p:ice of passage is very low, for which, and to secure the best berths, early application should lie made on board, loot of Beektnau stret t, or to the subscribers. 110CHK, BROTHKRS (s. CO 35 Fulton street, next door to the Kuitou Bank. P. S.?The Hibernia "ails from Liver|>ool on the 7th November. Persons sending for their friends can have them brought out in her, or in any of the packets comprising this magnificent line, sailing from that port punctually on the 7th and 19th of every month. For passage apply as above. The iiacketship Cambridge, Capt. Wm. Barstow, will succeed th Hiliernia, and sail for Liverpool on the 1st of October, 1 her regular day. s 13 ec I tiSt* FOR MULL. F.NOLAND?A first class Ameri- ' WMt;^W.ean vessel, now loading, could take a small quantity JkHMBMof light freight, if immediate amplication is made to a WOODHULL kSllNTURNS, , al5r 87 Sooth street. ' FOR HAVRE?To sail 15th September?The su- . WBWJWpcrior copper fastened and cot>pered French ship C AJCeiMltROLINr., Cspt. Lcgrain. For freigh'or for passage ' for which she lias very comfortable accommodations, apply to BOYD fc hlNCKEN, i No. !> Tontine Bnilitings, se7 Itr Comer Wall and Water street. PACKF.T FOR HAVRE?Second Line The ' trvtj'^.sliip ST. KICOLAS, John B. Tell, master, will sail I .\sS\4lioii the 1st of October. , BOYD &. HlNCKEN, 9 Tontine Buildings, s6r comer Wall and Water streets. FOR Nl.W OIILKANS. Louisiana and ' KTTJrVNew Vork Line?Warranted First Regular Packet? M&iiifcThe fast sailing packet ship HUNTSVILLE, I Ca|it. E. Cornell, having the most of her cargo engaged, will be , dispatched immediately. For Freight only, apply on board, at Orleaus wharf, foot of Wall street, or to E. K. COLLINS He CO., J6 South st. Agents in New Orleans, Hulin St Woodraff, who will promptly fonvard all goods to their address. The packet ship MISSISSIPPI, Captain C Hillard, will I snri n?.l the Hnntsvfll*. slilec t5"SSr |o5 NEW ORLEANS?To meet with ilwpeTiT i The :first class favorhc ship ALFRED, Captain i SHHMaMycrs, will sail as above. Her between decks will he neat I v fitted up for the accommodation ol 2d cabin and steer age passengers. Those desirous of securing berths will reouire ( to make early application on board the ship at Murray's wnarf, i foot of Wall street, or to JOHN IIKRDMAN, 61 South streK, < near Wall street. c N. B.?The subscrilier has first clan ships sailing weekly for the abore port, by which passage can be angased tt the current rate. s9m &fi?- FOU CHAllLF.STON.?Regular packet ol 20th WrRjjfV Smnt' inber. The regular packet ?hip PKTKR HATSgmimm1 RICK, ( apt. Post, will sail is above?li? splendid accsinuu dations for cabin and ateeragc passengers?wlio will be tnken on reasonable farms ou application on board the ship,lost of Doyer street, or to .lOSLPII McMI'BIlAY, slur ion Pine street. FOR ALK?The well kuown coppered a'td copWPr^Wpcif.iatenedshii. l\LVANUS J ?NK lNX,8e\ m ur, ii aiM burthen anil registei SI7 ton*, carries 800,000 IPs. ol cotton from .Mobile w is built in tViis city by Jamm Mora an for Sajnnel lin ks Si Co. under the inspection of Josiah Macy?h.*r api<> uanaMm and tnp timbers of live oak and locust-has standing and running netting iu good order?had i new masts four years ago?is well adapted for a whaler, ha*mg a flue roomy deck. Lies at I)o*er street wharf llcr illTantory can be seen at J! W,|li?m street. For terms, apply to s2 lm*r l(> NATHAN' tlODKN lit CO. SI Willism st ajfH TO LKT?The rear part of the store( No. ^18 BroadT7T.J way. under the American Museum, silteof the room J^!4L i bout JO by li feet; entrance through the hill a<ljoiuing; or a separate entrance can be hsd from Broadway, nest to the bank, being our of the most central situations in the city, and well located for a billiard room, or almost any other business.? Pos*?k',i >u can be had immediately. Kuuuire on the preinisea, of L. BUSIINfcLL. ?7 2w?ec __ M-t'OH 8ALK OH TO HKNT?TI.e* PREMIUM 1 T^jW MILLS, with 11 or IS run of stones, with all of us e? X^3Ltensive machinery, situated near two miles fmm New Iioclielle, Westciieiter county, and State of New York, and ill immediate prosimity to the city of New York, now iu order for an citenaire business in flour, and can grind and iwck 100 to ISO barrels each day, or could he most adrajitagcousl v employed for any other purpose wlorh might require eitensive witer power The reputation for llie paat 3S years enjoyed by the Premium Slills, and their protimity to New York, W illi the facility of trjun| >rl i'l >11 *HOPl'-u iimuriii.uriy aiija'mi, ui Witv Inr navigation direct to the Mill* from any port, render tbe facili- t ties lor basins** numcrtirionabla to those drairing such an establishment. Apply to flKNRY PARTKILXJfc KK.LI.' '(JO. h??j New (tocbefle, N. Y., Kriinn'i VHIt, or to SILAS WOOD. t'.s<| 49 Broad street, New > nrit. New llochelle, August 23, 18)3. au2S2w*r "VON n*<>MKITY HALL, MONTGOMERY, ALA.?The proprietor! of this atablishinwit, *<I favorably known to the travelling public nn th? great thoroughfare bstwsen Charleston and Mobile, are determined to maintain th? high reputation for comfort and lilwrality of *rrangement which it ha* *o long, and they trn?t, not undessrvedly styoyad. The buildings, which are v?ry ?i%<ion? and oonvauieiit!) arranged, hate beau thoroughly repaired, and the bad room* both double and single, hare baaii ntfurui*lied with new beds and bedding, alio, with erery nersssary article for comfort and convenience. The parlor*, both public and private, are large, airy, and elegantly furnished. These facilities, with careful and attentive MrvanU, a aellar well atocked with choice old wine*, a table supplied with ev?ry laiury that the **?uoii and market can afford, and the firm datariaiuatnsn of tha proprietor! to omit nothing that will tend to the *ati*faction of their gueata, will, they trust, ensure them the favorable attention of the travelling public. An omnibus will, at all time*, be in rendine** to convey pagienger* from the Railroad and Steamboat* to the home, free ofeharge. .Montgomery, June 7, 1W3. W. TILLKY fcOO. an 19 6m r m' TTvTS-KALL KASMIONS, 1843.?The snhaciTiier Jpn improves the occu*ion pr^vunfed by the fall change in tb.faalno'i of hats, to inrite l it friend*, customers and the publir in general, to hia K?t*bluhm*iit?, No. l^t> I hatham stir,!, ami t ana', curwr of Wo nt?r itw;s, *h?*re lie offers for *alr and inspection a lirge and elegant assortment of ll.it* and < apa. at extremely low price* II" particularly im ilea their attention to hi* line Nutria Km Hats, at i't, warranted water proof, and to retain their color and shape lie would also call tlieir attan tion to hi* *hort napt Silk Hats, at $1 IS ami f. JO. AI*o, hi* aiipeitire Mo'eakm Hats, at the low price of $3. The abovamentioued Hats ire neat and durable, and ">i. compare advantageously with hats said in this city at $3an.. $i. llhNHY BANTA, No. 130 Chatham St., and 91 Canal, cor. Waosterst. s2 5w(lwis)*m ________________ QUO AH?1?0 hhil? prime NfW "> JH>I* *n<J . ^ lnn<lin( For Ml' "V L. K. COLLINS St (O., .* __ _ * Mouth >trmt. I ( OHN-IM 8tck?Com tow landing from ?hii> Oemulu* for mIc by R* K. fOLLlNS V (.,0., I ?n?r V; South tirart. | ERA 1843. Connecticut. i (CnrrcinKJudfiifc of t?i? Henl<l.l colchkster, Co.nn , Sept 9, 1843 Situation of CoLhf.it er? Bacon Aradcmy?the Hotels?A Camp Mtrtmg Seme?Ail many other mantra exceedingly interesting totlie /. Jus. J. G. Bennett, Esq ? dkar s-'ir,? I have been sojourning here gome two \w.ks>, , ind a more lovely spot there is not on th<* who'o i race of this broad earth. Let me describe it to >ou. 1 It ia situated on the brow of a higli hill command nany miles in extent, embracing a scenery richly liversified with hill, dale, and woodland ; and nu lir that ever fanned the loftiest crags of bonnie , Scotland is more pure, and fresh, aud bracing, than t is here. On the ea't this hill rises somewhat uglier up, and looka down upon the village below, u? if to remind man of his puny insignificance. On | he west it slopes ofi gently into a verdant smiling | ralley, through which meanders n pmall lake or ri- I fulet, which, wiili the deep green foliage and ehrub)ery, and the wild roses that bloom 111 rich luxurimce, in and rround it, is certainly very beautitul ind pleasant to look. upon. The mountain* look on Marathon, and Murnthon looks on the ?ea." The principal street of the villnge is a long and tvide one, running north and south, and mxking in :he centre and in front of the public building#, a tirge green or common, which gives to the place hat a>r of quiet net'uess abd repose, so churaceristic of the New England villnges There are j iever?l elegant private residences here, among which 1 will mention, as particularly worthy ot noice, thut of A M Iwhitm, Ecq , Tj B Wheeler's, j md Doctor Dodge's, of your own,city. Tuat style of 1 irnsment bo common tn Amepcun architecture.4 ud 1 which so astonished the vision of the overled iioz. I owiti while dooryard fences, white houses, and I jreen window blinds, is quite observable here, very situation being ornamented in thiyway; thus jiving to each 'he H?|)eararce of a tant^ful country esidence, and to th<> wlmle u tout rntrmblf quite urjl find picturesque. Tnere are sevi-ra' placesol iublic wor hip, and Bicori Academy, you know, me of the first institutions ot learning in the whole country, islocated h-re This venerable seminary is ii"w av nit /.r niiii ui iia i v |i'41 ri1 i' ?ii j na>iu^ a? no lead u. board of directors of the firat respectability; ible and efficient teachers in each of its departments, and a large and constantly increasing number of students. This is cerlmnlv a most desirable place for parents to send their children to, for purposes cf m?nt?l and moral improvement. These institutions having b^en a long time established here, and urowm* up with the growth of the place, have given to itsi lorsi'i j. sound healthy state, and to the tone ot its *i>r:i<My a high, elevated, intellectual spirituality. if 1 may so speuk, which is rarely attainable in the ! > > -., favored regions on earth. The " b'aiisSouci. ' tne most popular hotel, is welluppointed firivl wetl kept, and Mr. Downer, the proprietor, is every thing in every respect that a popu lar lioat most lie; white his lady, superintending the culinary detriment and sitting at (he table with her guegts, dispelling the sunlight of her smiles, ?ood humor, and agreeable conversation?lends that easy charm, thai conifoit-breeding, hotne-feelin?, that will be readily remembered by all who tiave ever b en eo fortunate as to become inmates 3t her hospitable mansion. There is aometlung ol i " tempest in the teapot" here just at presentf in jonsequence of a camp meeting which came oil in he vicinity some weeks since. Having procured at' mine host " Th? flueu-it hoi?e ths Sun bft<l in hi* ital.la,'' I salU d out one day last week in company with my amiable young Irieud IL. S , for the scene of upeiations. And then and there rueh a curious, com <>nr<1 d medley <( tights and sounds as met our h?'?.* ?, BUch a -traune mingling together of " black wnri 8 and while," in the shape of singer bread periUirs, gambling blacklegs, nympbes-do;>avethr. ( worthy wrtiyirj vf.nhodists?such weeping, and such uniting, nod "such getting up stairs," I never dni nee before most Bssuredly. The Herald here, as everywhere els0, where people "r^tfd and write," is e?Mting to be all ilie go ? The ladies say you di?l* things up so Spicily! But they hav- got ooinctl iiig particular on their hands now. Mr. .-.ulbeil, th? u?w Preceptor of the Academy, who has just come here, is young, un married, and withal good-looking. Po you see inmethirg mu*t he done for h:rn right off Hut 1 must tell you about "the aHair" of the eason here, which took phice a d?v or two since. ! alluHp to the pic nic excursion to Gardner's Lake, i charming little shed of water, di.siant erme five miles out of town. All the fashion, beauty and chivalry o! this gay place were out. Where there were so many lovely women, each of whom would lie shining ornaments in any circle in the we-ld, ii might perhaps seem invidious tomake comparisons but fo powetfuily did it strike upon me at the rnn>\ that I cannot now help rpeakiug of ihe transcend . ant loveliness of Mins L. G.. daughter of the ??*nei- ) able judge i f that name. She is rather above ih ordinary tize, but so full-rounded, so voluptuous, jo perfectly ?ymetrical in form and feature, thai this, so far Irom detracting, only adds to the power of her charms. " But Du.lu wa? largre, languishing un J lazy, And ol that kind of beauty that would make yownp^r." The Misses I., sisters, I. and S., appeared very lovely and had around them a crowd ot admirers.? II. J. also attracted gr?'at attention from the beaux, *nd well she might. With her fine, full, laughteroving eyes, her ((lowing cheek, speakiag lip, (gracious how I blush) and sylph-like form, she would be i "particular star in the Court of Calypso. S. R. ooked the very embodiement of the beautiful, and vith her step 00 light, ?o clastic, so very fairy-like, the &eeined to "Skim, rot tread thssarth." As I gazed upon those fair yaung beings in whose :ountenances and movements not a care or trouble ieeni"d to dwell, I could not for my very life resist he idea that I whs in heaven, surrounded by a b^vv >f angels. Miss J e B e, of Andover, was, 1 houeht, the belle of the occasion, and I gu^ss Mr. r -?u C r thought so too. It issnid he is about muffin* matters to a cn*i? in this quarter. Of th? ruth of this, however, I know nothing. Mr. S \ K g, a bold, dashing, fine-spirited fellow, ?aw a great deal to admire in MissS R. So also did Mr. L H , of Georg a How the thing will terminate 1 know not. As for the rest, if anything or anybody have been omitted, " they will please signify it liy rising up.' AllOOl' H. The Prnlrles. [Corrftpondcne* of the !I?rtld.] /? tigust SO, 1848. Spoilt on the Iltinoii Prairie*?Grout* Shooting? Staging and Stage Projrrietort. Dcar Mr. Bemnxtt,? The writer has just returned from a tour of some nonths in the west, and of course over th- prairies have passed more than a month in the prairies ol llinois, than which none are more beautiful, or ibuadantly covered with game, especially grouse kVhy, a good shot may bag thirty or loity brace of hose fine birds during a morning. 1 did not take up my |>?n with a vi?w of attempug to describe those immense and tortile land )ceans, but to endeavor to do juitiaa to a gentlenan upon whom orif of your numerous and able jorrespondents has nude some remarks (I think iu >ne of your July numbf r?) not deservd. There sp >ears a lark ol consideration and due allowance :orall (and numerous they are in a coun'ry so new ?nd with a population so limited) the difficulties 1 hat arise in Illinois obstructing the way of improve- 1 TientH. I allude to remarks upon th?* conductirg i he line of s'age coaches owned by Col. Frink, of 1 Chicago, which run between Peoria and Chicago, , *nd the alleged misconduct of the host of a conn try I nn and a stage driver, w iick latter may have de- i terved all that is said for aught I know. Yet the i proprietor of the stages should not be cenaured for i he acts of those parties ,'nnlew it be known he auctions such conduct. That he does not, I in ny rambliags had evideuce, by wiuiesai.ig Colonel rVink's reprimand of any impro|<er conduct on the urt of the drivers of his coaches, and the disiuisttnl .vhen tlry did not at once reform. Look at he facilities for travelling in that t>art ot >nr country, and it will be found they neid cotillon and despatch equal to unv in tin>ld States, where coaches and horsea are the conreyance. The coaches are as good, and ss comnodious as the best in tha State of New York, (inleed, they ware built in it, and carried to Illinois,) ind the horses not surpassed. How infinitely su>erior to those in u?e in New York State, when I ravelled over it in 1817. Yet, Illinois is a new :ountry, and bat little travelled. indeed, if the writer alluded to had reflected upon til the circumstances, I will venture the opinmn I that he weuld, instead of ao severely ctntunog > i LD. . _-rrr Two C?f i Colonel Frink for the ii.convenii-nce (momentary, as it w:i?,) alluded to, rather h<ivr Kivm ihr worthy and enterprising proprietor tha uk:? and praise for hfcvinp dune si rr>uuh and so well for the convenience of travellers over those western wilds, as I nnve more men once cone, noiwiumianumg, twin tune to time, I have been annoyed by tavern-kreper<?, and once by a coachman, whom Col. Fnnk punched to my e-tti faction?as F believe he will do in all raiee, if representation is made to him. Tin we tun' h tve travelled know some <f the obstacles tli it pr v> at erfection in modes of conveyance in h coU'itry just ojiued, a nd of the independence (mery, rudeness) of manv driven and innke?pera ?ov*-r th.' latter, Oolonel Prink, can here very little, it uny, control. Hut I nin cure the influence he hu iu thop>* quarien is used to promote the cornlort of travtllere. Iu pjttira: on such lines of stngT and horses, as thoH" alluded to in north Illinois, Colonel Frink has done the public much service, and honor to himself. He deserves the thanks and patronage of all who go that way. I hope you will find it convenient to admit the foregoing into the colutnna of your paper, and oblige a Constant Header. Department op frrxtk, ) Washington, Sept 1843 J Tha following extracts, translated from th" new Ouatams Regulations of Spain,have been officially communicated to the Department by the U. 3. Consul at Malaga s? EiriliCTS tran?1.*tk? VSOM TIIR Nrw Cl'ITOMI rcofv 1.11 ions or Spun, to sk oroHtro on Vkissliar* iiitini) rrou thfc Unites States on ami inn tsi 18th Oct 1B43. Art. 1. Shipper* of merchandise in foreign countries shall present to the .Spanish Consul, notes in JnpUcsta pn>l without correction*, of the goo 's they \viih to emhailt, expressing the nnme ami nation ot the vis?elsnd of tun master, p?rt o! domination, description of nales, boxes, barrels, or other packngus fo be shipped; their marks nnd numbnr*, claaa, quality, and quantity of mer. chandbu contained in each, in Castilian weight an! measure; their consignees; if tiin goods btt of national produce, nnd of the fabric of the place w ifnc# shipped; and if foreign, of what nation or fabric they ending with a declaration that the note I rtaila the true contend of ?ne package*, without theirc mtamins tt!,y thing else?it bring understood that th>?re must tie as runny notes as there ru.iy lo owner* or co.. siguura to whom the good* go directed. Art 8. From all t^ieaa note* the ComuI if to !nrm genoral mmmnry, (invoice,) wi'h a copy of which, and on* oi each of the note*, there ?::nll he forme] tha true radiator of thn vfuel's cargo, to be handed to the matter of the same, in a sealed despatch, to be delivered to the a'min>trator of the custcm house at tha port of destination. Aar 7 ? After delivering of thU register to the maater, no reclamation shall be admitted iron those interested inthe cargo ; but, previous thereto, thoy oau require that, in presence of thn mailer, their no'eB be compared wi'h th? summary made up from them by the Connul.? Before cloainr tha register, notice shall hefKed at tha comulate oftheday ou which the master intends to take up this document. Aar 8?Tho master who, In tkn act of receiving pratique, nha'l not immediately deliver to the Adminia irator ol'tbu G'lstom*, the * ated despatch, or packet or packet* received from the 9i>ai<i*h Consul, (ball pay fine of reals vellen 8.0 MI, (*40->.) the cargo shtll he landed und stored until thn Consul > h ill remit a certified copy of the original note* presented by the ihippars, to be applied tor lij the Administrator. Aar.10 ?On examination by the Administrator, in pro* sence of the waster, of the sealed pacluts' (from the Con* sill,) if they mani'est mirk* or evidences of having been previously opened, the winder shall be flued >100 for thia alone, and AaT. 11.?In case amendment* or alterations are obsarved, with no*"s con ained in the sealed packets, tha master shall nnawer b?forr tho Tribunal ol Finance for the crime of forgery he may have committed. Art. 11 ?When there is no Consul or Vice Comul, shippers iniiMt send their note* to the one residing nearest, and the masters rt ceive from him their registers, with tha understanding that merchandize from foreign countries will not be allowed entry which dons not come with these requisites Aar. M.?The exceptions to the above are such c.argoea of staves, lumber, cod fl?h, hides, and coal*, which it mt.y I." ev> unt have come in search of a market, and to 'b* oideisoi their masters ; but iri surli cites, tliey muft ;.rod.'.co the clei.r?>>ceo',docui*i''nt accrediting fheir bei: n Irvm the country of origin of tho ciirgo, and that there tlie gooda xvi r? etibarkul, the quantity of which mtist h <iHt .il"* -n the ittne. Anr 31?The ma-ter, on arrival if in quarantine, k'.iallduliverto the Oifi'.er of < aih neers tha despatches from tho Spanish Consul for the Administrator, nnd said oflicer, togith?r w ith those of the lletltn visit, shall rxaminetheir condition, making note ot tho state they may he found idArt 25.? Immediately on admission to pratique, tha master shall deliver his leg hoolt or ship'* diarj to the Commandant of Carabineers who, personally, shall examine it, ond mske not* therein if all the leave* be found in goad ardrr, or il there be any which have been struck or iidd> d in ; and likewise, it the v?-s?i-l has touched at any otbrr port after leaving that in whi''h she rtcived the rrgiaVr, fcc. The muter who shall refuse to exhibit tn* lot hook, ahall | av n flo* of $60, and shall not be cleared outwsr.lnntil h" does present it. Art. 93 ?Within the twenty-four hour* after narhoringthe mait'-r (hull present to the Admin i?trator of the Custom Ho i?? a manifest of nil the careo, irih two copies in the Hpai i-h Unguuftn n I the same if in ballast, exI tie lama. Thn Khid twenty lour hoar* (hall 'ommenceto count frrm the moment after coming to 1 '-hoi he shall have received tha II>8ltV-visit. Aitr'iO -I the Teasel he placed in quarantine, before (he tw nty-fotir hours rx|ire;thoCoinnii?niiaTit of Carabi era thai! take can: for?.quirefrom the mister the muni, lev, and t- m ilia note af the hour in which he receives it. Art 37 ?If the ma?trr, whether in quarantine or not, Ices not pia?'Tit the niaruteit, within the twenty-four * a'ormaid, ha ihdll pay a fin;! of ODa hundred dollara, ( HlO.) Art 31 ? After premutation ol the manifest no alteration or r< ctifi^ation ol any description will he admitted. Art 38 ?The ma?ter shall tie fln'd $100 for every packago in excess, anii $50 for evepr one Ins if ao lound to difl?r between the Consul's Reenter and the raani est, kc. Art 30 ?II the manifeat: doe? not specify minutely the contentiof the packages of prohibited merchandise, declared in transitu, they shall be landed for examination, kc. Ast 43 ?All Ibe items of the manifest shall he declared to their several owners or consigners, and in no case "to order," neither will the generic term merchandise or ita >^quivalent ha admitted, and in any case of the kind tha good* ahall h? landed and inapt ctsd in presence of tha I'aptftfn or hi* agent, and if the goods prove to be of tha prohibited class, they shall he forfeited, and the captain hall be tlned twenty five percent if the goods be worth more than $20W), or five haudred dollara if leaa. If of licit truffle the fines shall he one halfArt U. If prohibited goods be not included In tha ii... .1..11 I .?.i ?i... ft....I .iirj ...a.. " " """ ?" =" ii abive, and ot licit truMic, then in tha.iame way only 3n? h?lf. N?tk The provisions and (torn of the ratael m??t ba udded to tli<> manifest. If'hey exaeed what may he requl?it? for the craw lor tweutv daya, the duties on this rxceaa hall he exacted, or they ("Lull be duembaiked and ?tond until the xitUii'F of the Teiael, and in loharco auch axcess must bo gr?duAted us all which exceads half a pound per man. AaT. 181. Tran?hipmenta are prohibited. Art. lb}. Merchandize in transit for a foreign part, shall en o:i to ita destination in thas?ra? v-jael. Merchandise cannet be manileated in transit far the same |?rt wheriro the Teasel flrat aailed, nor lor any ?th?r touched at during lh? voyage. Aar -J5W. The foifeiturea (ctmitni) declared in virtue .'f tho lobulation* and in the aame way the exaction of lines *r? acta execniivc, in which therefore there can fie no intervention ol the Tribunal of Finanea, neither ia any form of taw or legal process required lor the purpose. Navaj. ?We learn from the Pen???ola f?a?et'e, 'hat tli?* Frenrh frigate (?om?r dropped down a few lava ago to thr N*vy Yard. We learn thnt h?*r ick arc now oa shore at the U. H Hospital. Thia '<i creditable to the Commander of the Tard, and to he scirijtific head of the Hospital In receiving iiie sick ?.f ihe Oomer they have netad with that Harped philanthropy whicn, looking to the well itablishcd lac' thnt vHluw Irveria not contagious, discard* ail vulvar feara ?r,d prejndicea up< n the UI'J-Cl. WP IIII uoi pcy Hint mrn- ir?ici auu pirju'1 cps, wher<* they putt, are not entitled to some reject, hrit it in to be hopprt that the dav will soon nme wli'ii they will rvpry where give place to the lightdof tlip >.jrr We are *r*tified to (euro that the iiuk liat il the Ocmer is daily diminishing. The Gaaette further Mys, in connection with this subject, we caunot forbear mentioning the fact that th<? Hrilliante. now a.so in our harbor, ha* been cruizing on tbie station tw? years, and has, daring bat whole period, loe? bm two men; one by dro|#y ?nd the other l?y consumption The number on loard 'he Hrilliante is upward* of 290 It seems, therefore, i hat th* French find health here,although Dur own |>eople cannot. inde? d, aside from our ?o called Navy Yard, ihia is more a French than ?n American naTal station.?Airtr Orleans Tropic, 'id itifl. Gyi-siks.?A Baltimore paper says, lliat " the ship Atnerieu harju>t arrived from Hremen, and brought lite firet specnvui of th'* G)i*ey ru*e. rhe group crnst-ts o? William Werner, the father, and fiva childr n. Those who iiave studied the ciiaracter of Meg Meriiff, will perhaps be curious to s?-e a part of the ;.eoj>le < f wh.nn ah? waiqueeu. They are formed like o'her humrn being?, and speak a language resembling Dutch. The girls have jet black h iir, which falls in neglected style over the shoulders." For ttib Far Wkst.?The Rev. Terence C. Ponoughue, of St. Michael's Catholic Church, Kensington, and all the Sisters of Charily attached to lis congregation, are going to leave Philadelphia or Dubuque, Iowa, where they are to open a mis