Newspaper of The New York Herald, September 14, 1843, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated September 14, 1843 Page 1
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rn tt .1. .1 1 - Vol. IX? Mo. ?.V< ?VVUole No. 34?*. BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN ROYAL. MAIL STEAM CHIPS, Of 1300 tons and 110 hor?e iiowk e?ch. Appointed by tint Admiralty to bftwrmi Lir?ri>o<)l and Caitou, calling at Halilai to land and nwair? Paaaeu cutfers and Her Mnjrsty'it MaiU. /AC6oi HIBERNIA, Captain Charles H. E. Jndkinj. CALEDONIA, Certain Edward O. Lott. ACADIA. Captain Alexander Ryrte, BRITANNIA, Captain John Hewitt. Will sail for Boston via Halifax, From Boston. From Liverpool. Acadia, Ryrie, 16th August. 19th July. Hiliernia, Judkins, 1st Sept. <tn August. Britannia. Lott, 16th do 19th do These slii; s carry e<|K-riejiced surgeons, and are snpplifd with Frances' Patent Life Boats. Passage to Liverpool $120?To Halifax $30. No Ucrths secured until l>aid for. For passage apply to D. BIUGHAM, Jr., Agent, au3r No. 3 Wall St., New York. FOR HALIFAX & LIVERPOOL. B? Tin Roval Mail Steam Ship BIIITANNI A, J. Hewitt, Es^., Coainianilsr, will leov e Boston for the above ports on Saturday <aai(an&n liith instaut. Paasagt; to Liverpool $120. Passage to Halifax 20. Apply to D. B RICH A VI, Jr.. Agent, ?Br No. 3 Wall street. FOR CHARLESTON, HAVANA. KEY WEST, NEW OH LEANS. AND GALVESTON, (Texas.) '"PO SAIL on Thursday, Stb October. the elejrant.well known -I- coppered steam ship NEW YORK, J. P. Wright, Commander. will mil as above. This steamer has linen put in com plete ordu- for the season, and has extensive accommodations, with large and airy state rooms. For r?M<airo or freight of specie, apply to the Captaia on board, foot of Ninth street, E. K.., or to A. HUBBARD & CO., 39 Peck slip. New York, Sept. 11, 1813. sllto3*ec ~STEAM SHIP NEPTUNE. Captain ' William Roll in*?To sail on Satusday. Oc' AM/**1 ',<H' 7th. at ) o'clock, P. M., for Charleston, P West, Havana. New Orleans, and tial n VIIIWiHiMi is TMton, Texas This superior packet steamer is now ftAc overhauled aud p>it in pi?r|?ct order for the season. Hit cabins and state rooms are elegantly Inrnished, and passeugers can rely en every distort and accommodation ii lit-r. For passagr as above, in thr cabins or steerage, and for light freight anil specie for t harleston, apply to J. H.BKOWKR, ?7 6tr 75 Wall ?t. r ?"P~,T.? DRAFTS ON ENGLAND, IRELAND jypZgJgTpm* Stc.?Persons about remitting money to their ""jfi/gT (fiends in the "old country," can be siip&3fiL I1"'*' with Drafts, in mnn of 1, 2, 3, 5, 10. rillim* -!0 6c X.'(0, or any amount, payable on demand without discount or any other chir?e, at the National Bank of Ireland, Provincial Bank, do., Messrs. James Bult, Son Si Co., Bankers, London, I. Barued Si Co., Exclutnge and Discount Bank, Liverpool, Eastern Bank of Scotland, Gree.nock Banking Coiupai Sir Win. Forbea Hunter Si Co., Scotland, and t he brail Chen in ?very post town throughout I.upland. Ireland, Scotland and Wal?s, which drafts will be forwarded by the stoewir W. Si J. J TAPSCOTTAt their (reiuntl Passage 0ific t,i 3 Peck Sil#, corner South it. N. B.?All letters from the country must coma post paid. a9 jsM PEOPLE'S LINE OF STEAMBOAT8 ?c*-3?>//s!i*Ji,OR. ALBANY?Daily at 7 o'clock P. M.? F-! . Through direct?From the ateamboat pier between ( ourtl ndt and Liberty streets, Sunday excepted. The iteaviboat KNICKERBOCKER.Calit. A. P. St. John, will leave -Monday, Wednesday and Friday Evenings, at seven o'clock. Steaiabosr, ROCHESTER, Capt. A. Houghton, will leave Tuesdav, Thursday, and Saturday at 7 P. M. At 5 o'clock P. M.?Landing at Intermediate Places. Steamboat NOSITH AMERICA, Capt. M. H. Truesdell, will leave Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday afternoon, at 5 o'clock. Steamboat SOUTH AMERICA, Capt. L. W. Brainard, will leave Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Evening, at five o'clock. IVuangari tnJciug this Line of Boats will invariably arrive in Albany in ample time to take the Morning Train of Cart for the cast or west. The above boats are new and substantial, are furnished with sent and elegant State Rooms, and for ?i*vd and accommodations are unrivalled on the Hudson, For Passage or Freight, apply on board, or to P. C. Schnltz at |^e office on the wharf. si 8KVEN O'CLOCK MORNING LINE fctr?3FOR ALBANY, TROY, and intermediate "^"rnlfr r - -* ' the steamboat pier, at the foot of Barclay street. Breakfast and Dinner on board. Leaves New York?Tiie Empire on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The Troy on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 7 A. M. Landing at?Caldwell'*, Went Point, Newburgh, Hampton, Pouglikeensie. Hyde Park, Khineb^ck, U. Red Hook, Bristol, Hudson, Coxaackieand Kinderhook. Tha ucw low prepare steamer EMPIRE, Captain S. R. Ro?, on Wednesday, at 7 o'clock in the raorniug, Aug. 16. Tin* new low pressure stearr.'r TROY, Captain A. Gotham, on Thursday, at 7 o'clock in the morning, Aug 12. For pnavRff, apply at the office, foot of Biirclay street, or oa board. Notice.?All (Joods, Freight, Baggage, Back Bill*, Specie, or any other kind of Property, takeu, shipixwl, or put on board the Boats of this Liue^nust be at the risk of the owners of such good*. aulfir \a?A INDEPENDENT Rt'.OU I, A Jl OPPOS1TIO N NIOHT LINK FOR ALBANY & "" - * ?Through Direct, without Landing? 'l'lie comimdious and substantial steamboat PORTSMOU1 H, ( apt. O. House, will leave New Vork from the foot of Barclay strwt, on Mo* days, Wednesdays and Fridays; and will leave Alhauy auj Troy on Sundays, Tuesdays and Tliarsdays, and will continue these trips for the season. Freight taken at induced rates. Apply on board. P. S.?The above boat has undergone a thorough repair, and is in first rate order. ?2 lm*r ~mgrr'l ~~aM SEVEN O'CLOCK EVENING LINE ^J^j5?4^3?for ALBANY AND TROY direct, without 2B?Z?26C3E-l.uidiiui?the splendid low pressure steamboat SWALLOW, Captain A. McLean, will leave the foot of Courtlandt street every Tuesday, Thursday, an4 Saturday at 7 o'clock, for Albany direct. The Swallow has a large uumber of stite rooms,and for speed and accommodations is not surpassed on the Hudson. auR ec ^ REGULAR OPPOSITION FOR BOS>?^^-?3* TON, via NEWPORT AND I'ROVIf)ENCE?Fare to Boston 12 JO; Deck >1 50; no charge (or Berths. Newport and Providence fl; Deck 50 eta. 'i'lie fast sailing steamboat CURTIS PECK, Captain Wrn. II. Perk, loaves Catharine Market slip, F.ast River, every Monday, Wednesday aijd Friday, at 5 o'clock, P. M. Kor i'iss<u:e or freight apply on board, or to'A. D. PECK, 205 Son t h at. " al3 Im*ec NEWARK AM) NEW YORlT?Fair* ^srjsrj??5i3^on'V' ? CenU !?The siilfiiclid steamer I'AStK iY? i* i*\IC. alter June itli, will run a* follows Leave the loot of Barclay street.) New York, at 10 A. M., and 4 P. M. Lmvui the foot of Centre street, Newark, at 7W A. M , and and IX P. M. The accommodations both for passengers and freight have been ((really improved. Krt I c 111 I HI ril'd at \ei<v low me*. jyl6 3m*ec AD 8TATKN ISLAND FKKKY, FOOT WHITEHALL ST.-The steamboats m^rairr E.8TATKN ISLANDER and SAMSON will run ai follows until further notice :? Leave New York 8, V, 10, 12, 2, 3X, 5, 6. Leave Staten Island 8, 9, 10, 12, 2, 1. 3. 6. All good* shipped are required to be particularly marked and are at the risk of the owners thereof. s5 r am new ahranokmknt for SHREWSBURY ?Long Branch. Sandy .rr I "?* < >cean Hull* anil katontown Landing. The new Si turn boat SHHEWSBIiRY, Caotaiu Jonu r. Codies, will uow run M follows, on and alter Thursday, 27th inst :?leaving New York, Iroin the foot (' Robinson street, every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 10 o'clock, A. M. Ami Kalontown Landing ou Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at Id o'clock, A. M. The Shrewsbury will run as above, weather permitting, until further notice. All batfgage at the ruk of the owners. Fare 'JH)i cents. N. B.?Bruges will be in attendance to convey passengers from the aforesaid landing places to any part of the couuty required. The Shrewsbury will go the inner passage, when practicable jelJr NEW" YORK AND KINGSTON STEAM F HE I OUT A Nil PASSAGE. LINK. jar*i For Kingston, anr liel.iwara and Hudson C?*1 EMERALD and NORThe EMERALD, Captain John Ketcham, will leave Naw Y ork, loot of Murray street, evary Monday and Thursday at 5 o'clock, P M. Will te.ive Kingston (Ron'out landing) every Wednesday aiul Saturday it 3 o'clock, P. M. The NORWICH, Captain John Samuels, will leave New York, foot of Warren street, every Wednejday and Saturday at 3 o'clock, I'. M, Will I ive Kingston (Rondout fording) "wry Tuanday and Kriduy at 3 o'clock, I*. M. EXTRA TRirS. The EMERA LD will l?*va the foot of Murray *tr??t avary finmfoy morning at 7 oYlock. Returning, laavea Kingston at 4 o'clock, name day. I'M I'raiElit or i' apply on hoard, or to WILLIAMSON, BARLOW k CO., a21 3m" r 114 Wm stn>at. N'f.W A H KAMDK.M ENT. FARE A.Nl) Fit EIGHT REDUCED. fiOK REGULAR MAIL LINK?FOR PRO^J-st?*w-3*VII)tNrK AND BOSTON, via, STUN SK^JrOLlM' l'"N AM) NK\M (),; i--( til llif follow inK ?uperior ?t-Qtne:?, rnnning in connMtioa with tha Stonington Hid Boaton and Providence Railroad* iMAsHA'HIIHETTS, 4'aj>t. Coroatock. RHODE ISLAND, Capt Thayer. PKOVIDENCE. ? NARUAGANSETT. MOHKGAN. .. Om of which will leave New Y ork daily (Rnnday* atcepted) from Pier No. 1, Battery Place, N. Hirer, at J P. M. A R RA N < Jr. M E NTS. The RHODE ISLAND, Captain Thayer, on Monday, and Wednesday for Stoniugton and Newport, and Friday for tSloiiiiiRtnn. . . ? The MASSACHUSETTS, Captain Comstnck, on Tne?day and Tnaraday for StouuiKtou, and Saturday for Stonington Ju'ewport and Providence. PW!?engrra, on the arrival of the ?tenmer? at Stoningtnn, will he immi niati ly forwarded in the apleudid and commodioua 1 ar* OI in* ItAllinau lO I ITITlurwvr wm UVIIWII, bmu ii iui Ncwr >rt will proceed in the stenmer Mohegan (in anterior order) from tliencs at f> o'clock tin' following morning, thai rfviug tin-in *n n|i|'ortB'i!ty of a night's rest on board tn? steamer MsssaclimetU or Khode Island, anil lheu breakfast on board tli.' Mobegaa. . .. .. _ ,, , The aho?e st?nmer? have hern thoroughly equipped and pre|?ireil t? promote celarity of tmvel and tlie comfort and security of piuseniiers, and uot snrp.ies<-d by any iu the United f'oi pissagr or freight, which ii taken at rerv reduced rate*, apply on Im.ird, at mirth aide of pier No. 1, 21 Broadway, or office of Samuel Dereau, freight agent, on the wharf. Ticket* for the route ana steamers'berths oan be tecared on board, ??"^AUNDICN k CO.. No. J O^-Oii and after the 10th inst, freight will not 1? received ?nd forwarded after half-paat 4 P. ,M. ml fiai* m SUUAH-IM hhda i>rime N?W Orleans fagar, in store sud landing. Knr ?ale by i*, K. COLLINS & CO., *.'ir 'xi South *m?t. WtlGATHn Sacks Prime Illinois Wheat, landtag from vv ship Of mnlgM, for sate by . K> K. COLLINS* CO., C#? W "luth strset. E NE NEW NEW JERSEY RAILROAD AND TRANS PORTATION COMPANY FARE REDUCED TO TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. From the foot of Coortlandt itreet, New York. (Every day?Sundays excepted.) L wives New York. Leave* Newark. At 8 A.M. At 8 P.M. At 7 A M. At IK P. M. 9 do. 3 do. 8 do. 4lZ do. 11 do. 4 do. 9 do. 5^4 do. 5? do. 10* do. 7>2 do. do. 9X do 8 do. uii oun UA i n. From the foot of Courtlandt street. Leaves New York. Leaves Newark. At 9 A. M. and 4* P. M. At I2i{ P. M. and 9* P. M. NEW YORK, ELIZABF.Tll TOWN. Leaves New York. Leaves Elizabeth Town At 8 A.M. At 3 P.M. At 7>4 A.M. P. M. 9 do. 4 do. B], do. 7 do. 11 do. 4K do. 10 do. 9^? do. 5>J do. 18 do. The trains for Westfield, Plainfield, Ronndhrook, Socnurville. Sic., connect witk the 9 A. M., and 4% P. M. ; trams from New York daily, Sundays excepted. Fare between New York and Elixabeth Town 25 cents. Fare between do. and Somerville, 75 cents. NEW YOIIK AND KAHWAY, Leaves New York. Leaves Railway. At 8 A. M At 3 P.M. At 7 A.M. At. P. M 9 do. 4 do. 8 do. % do. 11 do 4J? do. OSa do. 9 do. 6>j do. 11% do. NEW FORK AND >EW BRUNSWICK. From foot of Courtlaudt street, New York, daily Leaves New York. Leaves New Brauswiek. At 9 A.M. At 4 P.M. At 6 A.M. At 11* A.M. 5K do. 7? do. B)i P. M. ON SUNDAYS. Leaves New York Leaves New Bmnswiak. At 9 A. M. and '4V P. M. At 11>* A M., and 8>i P. M. Fare, except in the Philadelphia trains, between New York and New Brunswick. 50 cents. Between New York and Rahway, 2'i ceuts. Passengers who procure their tickets at the ticket olfice, receive a ferry ticket gratis. Ticket* are received by the conductor only on the day when purchased. all 1!) r SUMMER ARRANGEMENT NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA RAl .ItOAD LINE DIRECT, Via Newark, Newmbunswick, Princeton, Trenton, Bordkntown Ar?? BvRi.iNirroN. TiiHortiH IN si\ Tiui ,<*. Leaving New York daily from the foot of Courtlandt it. Morning Linn att) A. M.?Mail Pilot Line at I^ I'. M. The Morning Lint proceeds to Eurdt-'ntowu, from thence by steamboat to Philadelphia. The Evening Line proceeds direct to Camden (opposite to Philadelphia) without change of car*. Pa^sencera will procure their tickets at the nffieu foot of Courtlandt strwt, whore a commodioun &t.*vnboai, will be in reacliiiess, with baBifaso crates oil board. Philadelphia baRijatre crates are conveyed from city to city. Win out beius opened by the way Each train is provided with a car in which are apartment* and dreujiun room* expressly lor the ladies' use. lieftirning, the lines leave Philadelphia from the foot of Walnut street, by steamboat to Bordeutow u at 7 o'clock, A. M. ajid by railroad from Camden, at 5 o'olock, P. M. The lines for Baltimore leave Philadelphia at l}i A. M., and 4 P. M. being a continuation of the linn from New York. jy28 3m*?c PATERSON RAILROAD" KAKK ONLY 25 CKNTS. From Paterson to Jersey City. On and after Monday, 17th July, the cars will l?av? Patkrso> Ukfot Leave Nkw Yore. t A. M. 9 A. M. 11* " 12? P M. i t. M. 5 ON SUNDAYS. Leavf. Pateihoi* Depot. Leave New Yore. IX A. M. 8X A. M. 5 P. M. 6 P. M. Transportation car* pi daily (Sundays mcepted.) Passengers ara advised t? be at the Kerry, foot of Courtlandt street, a faw minata* before the stated hour* of deparrnre jv19 fim KOll BUFFALO AND~ALL PARTS OK THE WEST. iy Z55HKS* y liTT ASSOCIATION PASSAGE oPfrlCE TO ALBANY. Utica $2 00 Rochester, (J 00 Syracuse, 2 25 Buffalo, 3 50 Oiweco, 2 25 Up. and Lower Canada!! 40 By the fast line to Buffalo and found, $8 00. For parage apply to M. L. RAY, an2-i 3m m 93 Barclay street, New York. M. S. BALLfc cn.'S C1LVRLKSTON, SAVANNAH, MILLKIMiKVILLE, MACON, COLUMBUS k FLORIDA gad- ?1? Messrs. M. S. BALL Si CO. will receive Specie, Bank Nut^H Bundles, S.-.rnples, fackages and Cases of Goods, ai.d forward them bv tlieii Kipress. to and from Charleston, Savannah, MilledgevilU, Macon, and all the way stations on the ( ICmlroad. Alio, by theateamlioat St. Matil)*wa,Captain McNelty, on her regular tri|>s to and from Darieu, Brunswick, St. Mary s, Black Creek, Picolaltaand l'alatka. M. S. Ball tc Co. will pay particular attention to the purchase of Goods, collecting and paying Drafts, Notes and Bills, and the tanaactipn of auy and all kinds of Imiiiwss, at any of the above named places. They will also forward Goods and Merchandize to anypart of the United Slates, which may he not to their care. Tocy intend to l>ut on teams to run regnlarly through from Macon to Columbus, under their own charge, to earn all kinds ol merchandize, with all reasonable dispatch aud safety, on the 1st of October nest. Messrs. M. S. B. U Co. having made arrangements with the Central Railroad Com|>any of (teorgia, for an apartment under their own lock, and with a Messenger always in charge, otter superior advantages for the prompt and safe conveyance of all valuable articles that may be entrusted to '.heir care. Merchants, Blanters, and others, desirous of receiving thair (Mods with prompt dispatch, will mid it adv.uitaKeous to direct to tl>?m. ITT" Office at Savannah. 153 Biy street; Macon, Washington Hall; M. S. Ball 8t ( o., Millcdgeville; Agent at Charleston, 8. C., A. Head, 95 East Bay; 8. Pliilbrick, Agent for receiving and forwarding goods and merchandize at Savannah. M. S. B. 8tCo. will advance cuh for all freights on (foods sent to their charge. Charge* no more than th* ordinary way of obtaining goods. au26 lm*r ENGLISH, FRENCH, BF.LOIAN AM) AMt.ilK AN EXPRESS, OF.NKTtAL KORWAKDINO AND COMMISSION HOUSE. HARNDEN St CO. will receive and forward by their daily Express Cars, Specie, Bank Notes, Packages and Parcels, to any part of the United States or Canada*, and by the steamers and packets t* any part of England, lrelaud, Scotland, Belgium or France. Particular attentinn is paid to the purchase or sale of all descriptions of merchandise, collecting and iwymg Drafts, Notes, and Bills, to the entry of merchandise at the < 'ustom House, and to the general transaction of any and all kinds of forwarding and commission business. Bills of Exchange, in sums to suit, furnished on St. John, N. B., Halifax, N. S., or an any part of Europe. All goods must b* marked "Harden & Co." Foreign Post Office Letter Bigs ar* madejip for all the Royal Mail Steamers from Boston, and th* steamer and sailing packets from New York. Principal offices and agents:? Messrs. Wilmer and Smith, 32 Church street, Liverpool, England. Messrs. Maclean, Maris & Co., 3 Abchurch lans, London. Me?.srs. Emerson 8t Co., Paris and Havre. Samuel Haight, Esq., American Consul, Antwerp, Belginm. Messrs. J. and J. <?. Woodward, St. John, N. B. A. W. (Godfrey, Halifax, N. S. J. O. Woodward, New Orleans, La. Messrs. J. B. Saxerac & Co., Havana. Harmien fc Co. 8 t'-ourt at., Boston. All goods must be marked "Harden St Co. N. 0.?Harnden & Co. ar? alone responsible for the loss or injury of any articles, or property of any description committed to their care; nor is any risk assumed by, nor can any be attached to th* New Jersey Steamboat Navigation ( nipany. by which their cratas are, or mav he transported; nor tlm New York, rroviderca, anil Boston Railroad, or I hi' Dostnn and Providence Kailroail Corpomtious, in re?t?ct to tln ir contents at any time. HARNDKN k CO., jyl2 r No. 3 Wall it., New York. **p ?Hl?Y I LYKXHt FOK AU1A.NY, TllOY, I flit Alio anil the C \ NaDAS. The subscribers having completed iho r arrangapieuta with the People's Line of Steamboats, on th? North River, anil the Rail Hond Comjianiea west of Albany for running thi-ir Kipraks for the iieaion ol 1R43, an Kipreas will le?ve their ofTi.e, No. 3 Wall street, New York, every evening, at quarter to 7 o'clock, for the above named and intermediate placet. IMPORTANT. Kor the greater safety and security of all valuable and monay packages entrusted iii their cam, they have S il.imandt'r Iron Safes on board of tha steamboats, in a itrte room occupied exclusively by themselves, and the messenger in cliar*. aleeni in the s.tnv- room with the iron safes.iuto which all such imdkagea ire Placed. I OMEKOY ?t COMPANY, ,n| (>( No. 2 Wall street NKW VORK, ALBANY, TllOY A Ml "lONnthAL EXritKSS. Me*?rs. Harnden fc Co. hating of their routs from New. Y ork to Albany and Troy, the subscribers, tha ol.l con<ln -tors of I Urn Hen k ( o'? Northern r.ipre*s, from New York will continue te run. as heretofore, leafing New \ ork. Albany and Troy Daily, ana connect at Troy with .Jacobs .Montreal Express, and will forward Si>acie, B ink Notes, Facka^ea, Bundles, (**as oi'Goods, kr. to any place between Nee i ork ami Mont rail, ajul throughout tha ( annda's Also Kast from I roy and Albany to Boston, and Wast from Albany to HntTalo. All butiiinsft entrusted to thair charne will lie i?romi'tly attended to. 1'articular attention will be paid to the collection of notes, drafts, acceptances, kc. and prompt returns made for the ame. PULLKN k COPP. Offices?Pullen St Coop, 3 Wall street, New York. Thos (iou^n, 15 Kichange, Albany. A. G. Kilkin*, 228 River street, Troy. 8. Jacob's Kiehanue Court, fc*t Paul's St. Montreal. KEFEKKNCES. n NrJT, Tp;*.v ?^v. Trot. Prime, Ward It Kinf, J. Humphrey, Jno. Payne* Jacob Little fc Co., Thos. Oough. P. Wells; John 1. Smith St Co. S. K. Slow, Pepoon ft Hoffman. ('.RDopgU'l, ( arbiter & V.rmilye, lHoughton It Co. Drew, llohinson & Co. a l!)r ( RK.AT IM PROVEMKNT IN FRICTION MAT* ' PHK HlTl'KRLA 1 IVK SlATt I i, made without brimatouc A or other deletereous or otlensive ingrwdii nt?an article that is actually watT-proo'' and do mistake?is now n.ade and sold by tlx- proprietors of a. patent lately obtained, at No 1SI Bleecker sirte>, Ni'W York._ Thcitc mate baa ignite with ease anil cartainty in all weathers and ilimaMe, and oum with a brilliant tlaine, fur more than a minute, and that too in a vertical pnaitio*,so that sever il l'tlers mi) he -mleil with was by the bl.v/.c of one of them. They may lay in water lor many hours ami yet w.ute, and nhen the wood is dry burn as Iwfore. Some are saturated m ix wax.and txhale an agreeable odor instead of the etacrahle and unhealthy effluvia of the hiiinstone match. Orilars and communications may be addreesed to (i. BIIWKN, Atent for th? I'ateiiteM, at No. 101 llleecker st.N.Y. N B.?Non* ?"U tMitwl to htwker* ,7 im*r W YO YORK, THURSDAY MO NEW YORK fcfgjy k BOSTON SOUNU PILOT. f)WEN PRKSCOTT, Pilot*, or take* clianre as m?tM and v/ lulotaf vessels boo nil to New Bedford, over Nantucket Shoals, Iloaton, Portsmouth, Portland, Keimelx-ck, and OTHER PORTS. Office at Krye tk Shaw's Nautical store, 222 Water ?tr?et, corner Ileekman. Refereuce to a number of merchant*, and the several Insurance Companies m thi* city, Uoaten and Portland jvIB tmisr MARa:ElLl.K8 LINE OF P'AUKET&i tlfi? 1 lie undrrmeiitioneil ?hi|>* will he rcuularly diapattHetMrnm hence and from Marseilles ou the Ut of each mouth during the year:? From New York. Marseille*. I UUUIKB, < apt, Dllgran, .lull* 1. An*. 1 TRESCOTT. Capt. Myrick, July 1. Sept. 1 HELLESPONT, Capt. Adam*, Aim. 1. Oct. t CORIOLANUS. Capt. II#ile, Sept. 1. Nov. 1 H'RV THOMPSON,('apt.Sylvester, Oct. 1. Dec. 1 They are all coppered and coi>per fastened, and have uicellent accommodation* lor passengers. The price of cabin passage will be 5100, exclusive of wiue* ami liquors. ( nod* addressed to the agents, BOYD fa HINCKEN, will be forwarded free of other charges thau those actually paid. For freight or passage apply to BO VT) fa H1NCKEN, Agent*, No. 9 Toutiue Buildings, or S. BIIOOM fa CO., m2flr 103 Front street! &SS: FOIt LIVERPOOL?Tha New Line-lfcgniar MrR?VPacket of Kith of September?The new splendid ifff i^rnrlr-t ship QUEEN OK THE WKST, Philip Wooilhoitse master, 1360 tons, will sail on liar regular day, be_ 16th Sept. For passage only, having accomodation* unequalled for elegance and comfort, apply ou hoard, weet side Burling slip, or to WOODHULL & M1NTURNB, 87 South st. Price of passage $75. The line packet snip Rochester, Captain John Brittou, 800 tons, will succeed the Queou of the Wast, and sail on her regular day, 16th October al l r NEW LINK OK PACKETS KOll L1VERPOOL?Packet of 16th September.?The new and SVw-SlC* elegant packet ship QUEEN OF THK WKST, register 1250 tons, Capt. P. Woodhouse, will sail on Saturday, 16th Septen her, her regular day.?This rioble packet, the largust ever huilt in the city of New York, is fitted up with every modem improvement that can impart comfort to passengers?her cabins are very spacious, and superbly famished throughout.? Her between tleck>. are lolly and thoroughly lighted. She has state rooms oil deck for second cabin |"*.isciigers?the whole affording accommodations suiierior to any other ship. Persons about to visit the old Country will study their interest aud comfort by selecting this magnificent ship. Kor passage, early application should lie made on board foot of Burling slip west side, or to W. fa J. T. TAPSCOTT, I'J Peck slip, cor. South st. Tha Queen of the West will sail from Liverpool on the .'<th of November. Persons wishing to send for their friends, can have them brought out in her, or other first class ships, sailing wei-kly, oil favorable t^rnis. Drifts for any amount, payable ou demand, without discount, in all the princi|>al towns of F inland, Ireland, Scotland orWalus, constantly lor sala as above. The Sheridan will succeed the (iueen of the West, and sail 25th Sent. sJr fr??- BLACK BALL. OR OLD LINE OF L1VKRKmEsW'OOL PACKI'.TS?Regular Packet, and sails on JB!ra?HUeTui'sday, the Pith Sept ?The remirkahls fast sailing new coppered packet ship HIBERN1A, Captain Richard L. Bunting, will sail positively as above, her regular day. The accommodations of the llibernia lor cabin, 2d cabin and steerage passengers will on iusiiectiou be found to be fitted out in every way that can add to the comfort of those embarking for the old country, who should not lail to call and namine Ivr accommodation* before paying passage in any other vessel. The price of passage is very low, for which, and to secure the best berths, early application should be made ou board, loot of Beektnan street, or to the subscribers. ROCHE, BROTHERS fa CO 35 Fulton street, next door to the Fulton Bank. P. S.?The Hibemia sails from Liverpool 011 the 7th November. Person* sending for their friends can have them brought out in her, or in any of the packets comprising this magniiiceut line, sailing from that port punctually on the 7th aud 19th of every month. For jxssnge apply as above. The packet ship Cambridge, Capt. Wm. Birstow, will succeed the Hiberuia, aud sail lor Liverpool ou the 1st of October, her regular day. *12 ec 4*5- OLD BLACK BALL LINK OF PACK El's mOS^FOR LIVERPOOL?Packet of the 19th September. Oils lallwa - fast sailing |iacket ship HjBKRNIA, Capt. liii'itiug, will be despatched as above, her regular day. Those wishing to secure berth*, will requite to make early application to JOHN HKRDMAN, (!1 South street, near Wall at. N. B.?Passage from Oreat Britain and Ireland,via Liverpool, can as usual be secured by the above splendid packet ship, or any ship of the line, and those remitting mouey to their friends can have drafts for anv amount payable in all the principal towns ihrougheut the United Kingdom, and on Messrs. J. ltarned fa Co. bankers, Liverpool; and Messrs. J. Bult, Son fa 'Jo. For further particulars, apply ai above. *Hr FOR HAVRE?To sail 15th September?The snl?*JrV.i'jrior copper fastened and comiered French ship CA JCTCTfatll )L1 M h. ( apt.. Lorain. V <?r freight or for p.issa|fe for wkich she lias Twy comfortable accommodations, apply to nOVD ?t H1NCK&N, Nu. 9 Tontine Buildings, (C7 ltr Cisruct Wall ami Walt-r .Uret. PACKET FOR" II \ \ |, p'.? -i '-"iiil Line??The ST. K ICOL \S. John 11. Pell, master, will sail ftOTfii - the 1st of October. BOYD &. H1NCKEN, 9 Tontine Buildings, (Gr corner Wall ami Water streets. A>' . FOR NfiW ORLEANS.?Louisiana and Vw5SW.New V'ork Line?Warranted First l';teket? JsJoalEaThe Taut sailing packet ship HuNTSVILLK, ('nut. K. < Cornell, having three fourths ot her cargo on board, will no doubt be full to-morrow For Freight only, apply on board, at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall street, or to E. K. COLLINS ItCO., 56 South at. Shippers will please send in their bills of lading, Afcents in New Orleans, llulin &?. \\ ooilrulf, who will promptly forward all goods to their address. The packet ship MISSISSII'PI, Captain C Hillard. will linefeed the Hnntxville. *14 r for XEW ORLEANS^-To sail on the 15th Wfj|3PW?The first class favorite ship ALFRED, Captain ?>N!*WEisMyers, will sail as above, liar between decks will ne neiily fitted up for the accommodation ol Zd cabin aud steerage passengers. Those desirous of securing berths will require to make early application on board the ship at Murray's wharf, foot of Wall (Ueet. or to JOHN HERDMAN, 61 South strwt, near Wall street. N. B.?The subscriber has first class ships sailing weekly for the above port, by w hich passage can be the curreut rate stir PASSAGE KOIl NEW ORLEANS?First PackWErJrVet?The splendid fast sailing packet ship ARKAX/-yj'y-* _> ' ( apt. llurgess, tails positively as above, her regular day. Having splendid accommodations for cabin, second cabin and steerage p.nsencers, those wishing to secure berths should uot fail to make early application on Ixlard, or to W. & J. T. TAPSCOTT, s13 ec 43 Peck slip, corner South at 'i? FOR-!'HARLF^STOX.?Regular packet of 90th M0|fSrV.S?piember. The regu'ar imcketahip PETER HATJMMHmTRICK. ('apt. Post, will sail as above?has splendid accommodations for cabin and steerage passengers?w ho will l;e t.iken on reasonable (arms ou application on board the ship,foot of Dover strset, or to JOSEPH Mc M 0IIRA V , ?10 r 100 Pine street. MP FOR SALK?The well known coppered and co[>fcre!*WW|>er fastened ship SYLVANUS J KXKI X'S, Seymour, MRmHaniaster, burthen and register '>17 tons, carries 800,000 Ihs. of cotton from Mobile, ifcas built in this city by Jam'-a Moraan for Samuel Hicks & Co. under the inspection of Josiah Slacy?her apron transom and top timbers of live oak and locust?has standing and running rigging in good order?had new masts four >ears 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, apply to s2 1m*r JONATHAN OODEN St CO. 51 William st. ~1JRAFTS ON ENGLAND, IRELAND, he.? H i^^Vwhich can be sent by the steamship Bill 1 AN,'y. ^.r^XIA, sailing from Boston on the 16th September. i i ,.i..s proceeding or sending money (o .my pirt 01 tin' uni Country, cau at all times obtain from the subscribers Drifti nt sight lor any amount, drawn direct on thf Itoyal Bunk of Ireland, Danlitl. Also, on the old entablished Banking House of .Messrs. Ptescott, Urate, Ames Sc Co., London, which are Paul free of discounts, or any charge whatever in every Province and County, beside* all the inland towns throughout England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, thereby answering the same purpose as Bank of England and Ireland Notes. Apply to or address, if by letter, (post paid.) KO< HE, BllOTHEliS * CO., 35 Fulton street, nett door to the t ulton Bank. P. 8.?We have a succession of first class American hi|>* sailing weekly fram Liverpool. Those sending for theii rel?nes will fmd it their interest to liave them brought out t brunch us. One of our firm, i\lr. lames 1). Koche, is there to s?- >11 our passengers forwarded with Care and despatch. For pa?nagc apply \s above, or to JAMES D. HOCIlE, 14 Worse Pis/wis, lllw Liverpool' >?L TO I.KT?The rear part of filestore, No. 218 Broadp"2 way, under the American Museum, sine of the room gi^K-thiiut JO by 25 feel; entrance through the ball adjoining; fi t ' i?rale eutrsnce cln lie bail from Broadway, next to the bank, being one of the most central situations in tli? city, and well located tor a billiard room, or almost any other busiuw*.? Possession caii be h*d iminsdiatsly. Enquire on the premises, of L. BUSH NELL. ?7 2w"ec JmA ' MONTGOMERY HA I L, M< > NTIM>M ERY, fii? AI.A.-TIi" proprietors of this establishment, so favoJIuMLrnl ly known to the travelling public on the greit thoroughfare iMtwesn Charleston and Mobile, are determined to maintain the high reputation for comfort a:id liberality of arrangement winch it has an long, and they trust, not undeservedly snjoysd. The buildings, which are very serious md conveniently arranged, lure Tieen thoroughly repaired, anil the l.ed rooma both ilouhle and single, bave lieen refurnished with new lie-li and bmia|, also, mnwyiMMHy ?rticle for comfort and convenience. rite lmrlors, both public and pnvats, are largs, airy, and elegautly famished. These facilities, with careful ainf attentive servmts, a cellar well stocked tvitii choir* old win**, a table snpplied with every luttiry that the smsou and market can aflord, and the firm determination of the proprietors to omit nothing that will fud to the satisfaction of tbeif guests, Will, tliey trust, ensure ibein the favorable attention of the travelling public. An ninnibns will, at all timei, lie in readiness to convey passengers Irom the llailrovl and Steamboats to the honse, frvs of charge. Montgomery, June 7, ISO. Vv. TILLEV It CO. aul9 6m r fi HATS?FALL FASHION S, 7riJ.?The aubscriber JfRi improves the occasion pp tented by the fall change in the fashion of hats, to invite his (iinula, customers and the public in general, to his Establishments, No. CM Chatham stiert, and !)) I 'anal, corner of Wooster streets, w here he offers for sale and ins|?"Ction a large and elegant assortment of Hats and Caps, at eitremely low prices. He particularly invites tiieir attention to his fine Nutria Fur Hats, at $"!, warranted water nroof, and to retain their color and shape He would ilso call their attsu tion to his sbort nspt Silk Hats, at >2 34 and $1 50. Also, bis superfine MoV.kiu Hats, at the low price of $3. The abovementioned Hats are neat and durable, and comjiaiv advantagi otuly with hats sold in this city at S3 nn-. #?. K HENllY BANTA, No. 130 Chatham St., and 94 Canal, cor. Wooster st. s?5w(lwis)*m ___ ~ HOOT AN1) SHOE STORE. JOHN HEADY res|>ect(Villy informs his friends and tli' public, that he Ins commenced business in the above line, nt So. 99 Nassau stiwt, where he will thanklully receive .mil faitbfull) i vecute, all orders he m-iy la- favored with on the must reasonable terms for cash. JvJIr "SAVE YOU't MONEY. i FALL V.N'I) WINTEI1 BOOTS, 75 per ceni , r iliau at any other establishment in the city Cm|, examine, and be convinced of the facts, ihit you can get the very best quality of boots, with everlasting patent soles i n, made to your orders at the very low price of live dollars and fifty cents i*r pair ; the same quality ol boots are selling at other evt.shlislimema nr from ft? 'ill to SK. I 'II at ClUBKHLV' kMUKKLL'S 1 ill !m*m 1J7 William at., N. Y. R K B RNING. SEPTEMBER 14 SEGAKS "(There's a delight in smoking, None but mho km know." The saying i? true, w hen \v know where to find A s?'f[ar that |?>ssenses ihe quality rare Of enlivening the spirits and cheerin the mind. And enable# the smoker to putt' away care. This luiury always your sure to obtain, H on SKIXAS in Maiden Lane promptly you call; If you visit him once, you will do so again, For he gives satisfaction and pleasure to all. His Siegars arc- the choicest, most emiuisite brand*, By a com|>etant agent selected with care, Direct from Havana, by special commands, And noue in the city with his can compare. /lis Colburn, Regalias, La Normal, aud Stall, Noriegas, Tmbucas, Victories pure ; Principe, Ksjieranzas, Imperial Segars, Th? best in the country that you can procure. Cassadoras. La Normal, and I'ongress beside. With other* that have coinpetition defied, Kor his customers, SEIXAH Ims always on hand. In order to secure a continuance of die approbat iou anil custom with which SE1.VAS has been so long favored, he has engaged a siiecial audcompeut agent in JI nana, to select the Tobacco mut suiierinieiid the making of all segars that he imports; consequently, he can warrant all sold by him to be genuine. His stuck on hand is more extensive and superior to that of any similar establishment. llemember the Number, 3 MAIDEN LANK, Howard's Hotel. an33 Un*r SK'i \i:s" Ton Mill HI o/ttlicOKKKk; tn Aim i'JST l(.?vi>IVKli, oft.-e eeULratsd Lord BtOVjjUuU ron brnltd, consist ins of Kegaltas and medium i size Segars. 32,000 of the Florida brand, do do do. 20,000 Low price Havana*, do do do. 14 Bales of Uuisa Tobacco. I 8 Bales of Havana do. 6 Cases of Free Labor 8t. Jafo Whits Sugar. 12 Bags of su)>erior do Cott'se. For sale by A. A. SAMANOS, i au!7 lm*r No. 6 Wall st and 289 Broadway. A A. SAMANOS oflers for sale, at No, 6 Wall st, 10 hhds i Muscovado Snjar, and 15 bags of Coffue, landing from brig T far, from St. Jago In Store? 10 lihds Sun cured Muscovado Sugar : uitmble for refiners 4 boxes while Sugar. tree labor 18 hales alienor Guisa Tobacco, uitable for manufacturers. 350, m. Seu'ars, of Lord Byroii, Wood* i .and a variety of other | brand*. WANTED?A Cooper, and a Mi> Wright that understands 1 carpenter's work, to go to St Jagod' uba; must be siugleaud of temperate habits. Apply as aDOV sli lin*r SNUFF, CIGARS AND TO CCO?Just received pur recent arrivals, an importati m of choice foreign Snuff", consisting of Lund; Foot's Irish nigh toast;high .dried Welch, Hardham s, No. 37, Violet Strasburg, Morton's mixture, Prince Allien do, Copenhagen, etc; together with a large assortment of domestic snuffs of the subscriber's manufacture. On band a prime lot of Havana Cigars, "Moriega," "La Norma," "Regalia," "Panetela," etc. Cuvendish Tobacco of the most approved brands, Turkish, German, ( I qualities) Sea ti, anil Spanish smoking tobsccos;Dutcn and Eugjish clay piiw?;Jone?'Uoyal patent matches; appertaining 10 a well stoefied tobacconist's establishment, for safe at wholesale and retail by MRS. G. NEWCOMBE V SON, an 21 lm*ee No. I Wall at. FOREIGN WINKS AM) LlqUOKS, No. 33^ Ann street, New York. rPHl? advertiser lias fur tale the following chuioe importa-* tions of the very best quality, viz:? Old French Brandy in cask and botrla " llollaud (riu " " " " " Hamburgh " " (imported in 1800) " Madeira Wine in Pipes and buttle " Sherry, Muscat, Bordeaux, Mar; J.ea " " Cataloni, I'ort, Stc. Invalids and others will find pure Irjuora unadulterated a* above?No. 33^? Ann st. al9 lm*m B. SAN KG ROT' 'ASH TAll-OIU NtiSTOKK. ) I27 FuT ton st., has just owned an entirely new and splendid assortmeiit of Knslish and French Cloths, ( assimeres, and Vesiings, which for bianty, elegance, and durability, c in not In- aurmaaed in this city, being bought for cash, lie will sell to all his friends and customers 'i t per cent chea|ier than those who do not adhere to the cash principles. Strangers and others who are visiting our city, are res|*ctfuljy invited to call and examine his rich assortment of goods, all of which he pledges himself to make i:i a stvle and fashion which shall please the moat fitf* regards good cutting, workmanship, and prices. Ho would also inform bis customers that he has a new and entire assortment of gcntlemeiis' outfitting of every description, soillisting of stocks, scarfs, collars, bosoms, shirts, drawers, suspenders, silk and linen cambric handkerchiefs, glova* and hosiery of ail kinds. N. B. l'linctnality observed strictly in filling *11 orders. M. B. HAM OliD, ?9 lm*r Neat to the Herald Office, New York. O"TAILORS.?ST IN KM ET'S New and < omplete System for Cutting e>ery kind of Fashionable < iarnieut now in vogue, is readv for delivery. As the reputation of the author u a fashionable cutter, is too well known to rwjuire newspaper comment. This system is, with confidence, offered to the trade?not as a mere theoretical invention (or speculation,) but as the most practical and complete work ever published on this subject. It is the result of many years extensive and fashionable practice in New York and 1 .aris, and will be found to contain such ample, plain, and precise instructions, as to enable every student to cut with ease and certainty, all the various styles of garments uow worn, both iu Euro|>e and America. riiis syst.-m cannot be affected by the fnture changes of fashion, ami is recommended to the profession as a stands!d 1' ....I I.. ..I., I ..I' 11 1 I ...I ,r >1 i>rl and can be forwanlot! to aiiy part of the United Stat . si eo<&w*r ~~ IJKPOT ~ OF GENTLEMEN'S FANCY DRESS ARTICLES. READY MADE LINENS. UNDER GARMENTS, Stclf rPHE Snbscril?er would call flic attention of their patron., .and J- strangers visiting this city, to their rich and extensive assortment of stocks, ssarfs, cravats, gloves, suspenders, pocket handkerchief*. dressing gowns, lioii-ry, lambs wool, merino, silk, cotton, Berlin, bucaskin and other under shirts and drawen. Their assortment of theabove goods, and all other article* appertaining to a gentleman*, waidr.'be are rich, varied, and exteuaiva, and well \,orthv the attrnlioil of tlie fashionable community, tliey would particularly recommend their new style of gentlemen's shirts, a* containing inani improrementa. Tin) shirts at present manufactured by tTu>m, are cut to suit the form of tlie wearer, thereby doing away with the large overplus of linen used under the old systein of cutting, and adding not only to the comfort of the wearer, hut to the. beauty of the form. This improvement was so muiifest to the Judge* of rlie late fair at the American Institute, that the lirst premium wax awarded to the subscribers; their patentelastic Brace is partiesI trh neommeoded to all peraoos who have icqmired tne habit of stooping. They will be found of immense benefit to |>er*ons of sedentary habits, by bracing the shoulders, they strengthen the back, and expand the chest, aud 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 being suited with the beat and most fashionable articles, by calling at the old establishment ot PARSELLS Si AGATE, an 20 lm*ec 237 Broadway, corner of Park place. JAMESLACYT DRAPER AND TAILOR, 62 John street, nmr William, continues to make up Gentlemen's garments of superior workmanship, and in the most fashionable style, at his usual low prices. Gentlemen in want of new and fashionable cloth iiig, should call and examine his select stock of goods before purchasing elsewhere. Atrial will be sufficient to convince the most economical, that for beauty of lit, style of workmanship, and at such extraordinary low price*, this establishment cannot he surpassed by any in the city. 0?" Gentlemen furnishing their own goods can have them made aud trimmed?a |ierfect lit warranted or tlse price of tha goods returned. au2l linr 'I'KKMS I ASH. T. j t;NNLNOd aTcoT F\riAPERS AND TAILORS, 231 Broadway, American L* Motel, opposite the Fountain, solicit attention to an assortment of seasonable goods, including Cloths, Cassimeres, Vesting*, he., in all the new and various styles, under the assurance that the system of "small prolits and quick returns," which has elicited so liberal a patronage, will he continued, while our arrangements are snch as will eoable as to fill all or? ders in future with promptness. A feature In the establishment, which must commend it to those requiring articles for immediate use, is the addition to our stock, of an assortment of first quality ready made Garments, consisting of Surtout*, Frocks, Dress Coats, Pantaloons, Vests, Office Coats, Travelling Frocks, Dressing liowns, ho. A choice collection ot Silk aud Satin Scarie, Cravats, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Suspenders, Hosiery, Under Shirts, Drawers, Muslin Shirts, Collars, &c. At price.i which must offer inducement* to purchasers. jy2< 3in*ec HH1RT MANUFACTORY, AND GENTLEMEN'S Fl'RNISHINO STORE, ?1(1 MAIDEN LANE.?Ju?t received the latest anJ most v'?7 approved French pattern shirt*. A general usortmeutol shirts, undergarments, hosiery, cravats, handkerchief*, Stc. Shirts and under garments mads up to order and re; aired at short notice. For sole, a Counting Hon e Desk, with three drawers and book rack. VV'Ni. CULLINS. au20 lm*r GENTLEMEN'S LEFT OFF WARDROBE?Gentlemen or families desirous of converting their lelt off wearing apparel into cash, can obtain for tlw siine thi highest ca*h price. To families and gentlemen quitting the city,or changing residence, having any sui>?rtliious effects to dispose of, will find it much to their advantage to send for the subscriber, who will attend them at their residence by appointment. H. LEVETT, No. 6 John st. New York. A line through fist* post office, or otherwise, will receive prempt attention. Clothing cleaned, altered and repaired. an 17 Imr D. M. PEYSER. & CO., NO. MO William street, corner of John street, and <37 Broadway have received, bv recent arrivals, an extensive supply of the following FANCY GOODS, winch were carefully selected by a consent person at Paris, Berlin, Stc.. and which they offer for sale, in wholesale and retail, on liberal terms, vir:? Uerlin Zephyr and German Worsted?the most complete assortment. Berlin Embroidery Pattern*?a choice selection. ( mivsss for Embroidery, of cotton, worsted, linrn, silk, gold u.>1 ., iter, of all widths anduualities. Silk ( tienille, for embroi Jew, trimming and flower making. Pone Twist, tierman, French aud English, plain and shaded, in skeins, sticks, and on spools. Floss Silk for Embroidery and Ftinge makers, in skeins and ! on spools. Suspenders, superbly embroidered, and Suspender Trimming*. _ (iold, Silver and Steel Beads, in all Nos. Mother of P?arl, (told, Silver and Steel Purse Ornaments. Gold and Silver Fringe, Braid, Cord, Twist, Thread and j iUWII. . Kinbroi'bry Frame*, and & rariety of difTerwt Fancy Artielu. Artificial Flowera?a choice (election. Kringi a, of cotton, wonted ami milk, imjHirted and domestic (tiinpa, Taaaela, Buuona and all other kind of (riiiimintc j v 17 3m*ec_ \\T A TCH KS.?The lar*eat and moat aplendid unortrawit o( ?V vVatrhi a in the city, is to lie found .it the (iiliicriher'a.? /Va he i* constantly receiving all descriptions of Gold and Silver Watch**, of the newest atyles, direct from the manttfaoturert, in Kngliud, Kranee, and Swit*erl.ind, lie i? enabled to i|f-ra lantrr anoitmcnt, and a! much lea* price*, at retail, than am other home in the city, (iulil watclie* aa low aa $2U to tii Mch. Watchea aivd jewellery rxchaiiKfd or houttht. All Witches warranted to keep good time( or the money returned. Vvatchea, clock* and jewellery repaired in the best manner, it 1 warranted low*r than at any other place in th# city <*. C. ALLICN, importer of watche* mil jewellery, .7 , * i * li ! '? ' <il III H'-dl <t i<-, !. ii|> *r i ir?. i LI fOW SOLOMON HEINK, \l D!, WIU) ki* piai-tiseil in thii city apwarda of nine yenrt aa a ine.ii. I plivyttan and lnrijeim, keepa hi* oftif? Vo. J7 Reade j?. near Broadway! hiiZ. nn*r | PHI |GH1 FOB BOSTON?A . i in hare t'.riv 1 tw M&k*. (St No. 61 Liberty itraot, ran a : , 1843. 8aralo|(a. [(Jorreipouilcuc* ol the Herald.] Saratoga Springs, Sept. 11,18-13. Saratoga Desolate?Umlisposed of Spinster*?Ditto Doubting Bachelors?Jw/tU Effects of Vie lute j Season, To the Kditor ok thk Nkw York Herald This place, famous lor its waiers, belles and j betux, love makings, heart breakiugs, eolt talk?, j and hard dritikings, is bow deserted. Fun, frolic, j and fashion have had their day, and notwithstand- ' mg ihe desperate effort on the part of anxious mothere to make their daughters happy, dcc.,Congrei-s spring bubbles snd flows as it nothing had happened. All the fair oner. have fled, and matters wear rather a blue appears now; Congresa Hall cIopph to-day, transferring balance ot connwny on baud, (three p ersons,) to the Union. At the United btates they nuintier t Wv.nty. Major General Scott and parly leave to-day, having irted the vitiues ot the waters, their strenRihTmis: aid towards Ins hoped for elevation to the Presidential chuir. The Pdviilion is closed. At the Union ihey number Bome 60persons ; to-morrow will reduce the count to 25. List night we had frost, and this morning the ipropos than cold water. The few who remain behind endeavor to console each oiher? being principally old men and old maidi, who come in ut the death. They talk of the past beneon as one of great sinning here, and turn up their no.<es ut the nwful events to happen, since young Indies carry ofl the palm in the shooting gallery, hiitinjj the heart of man not with Cupid's darts, bat veritable powder and ball A number left us tins morning lor Sharon, to close up that spring?HinongHt others, Mr. Anson a. P ps, son, and daughter; a heavy dealer 111 tin plates and gimblets accompanied Mr. Robert C. H day, who can drink (lis twenty glasses of water, and coine ofT drier thnn any other man, every morning. I have a lull memoranda of various doings here the pi t sf-asoi), and may if acceptable, send you occasionally. On the whole, Saratoga never was as gay as it has been this year. All the principal houaes have made money, 'inving never be^u more crowded. Youis, i5cc. Vxndkx. Philadelphia. [Corro?pomlence of the Ilimld.] r Philadelphia, Snpt. 12, 1843. City and County Nominations?Fomentation of Part ics?Pol it ical Prospects. Messrs. Editors? The political atmo-phere hereabouts at this present writing ia rather cloudy. The whigs have been playing possum ( ibout their city and county nonn nations-) so long, thit the discreet ones are seriously alarmed, and have now just cause to fear that when those nominations made, they will not be more satisfactory to the rank and tile of their party than the democratic nomination* recently made are to the mis* ot the democratic party. The democratic city delegates completed their nominations last night, and then broke up in a row, in consequence of h dispute about the county nominations for sheriff, &c. It appears that the objection on the part of the city delegates to the county nominee*, is not so much to the men as to tne allege,! improper mode (.f making the nominations. Wh iteverthe c-awe ol ihe quarrel, that party is certainly i'i a very di- i v table state of fermentation, and the ? lur make injudicious nominations for sheriff, &c , the democratic candidate* for cheriff, County Treasurer, County Commissioner and Auditor, will be defeated by an overwhelming majority. To-morrow the whigs are to make their nomination*; it is to be hoped that they will avoid both pipe and yarn. You shall be advised of the result. Yours, H. Thk Grfat Prairiks ok the West.?In those green deserts there are Ainb-i hs wo'l as among the winds of Zthnra. Out there a'so, every imhu\~ hand iaa^innst his neighbor's. Very wild and lawlees Texians roam about in seaich of Mexican Santa Fe Tnders, whom, if they catch and conquer, they roS, a'-.d otherwise maltreat. The Mexican* at S,,nta Fe make, of course, great ouicrv about this, and vrry unjustly wreak their vengeance on the f.ireifinem in their town, wheiher Americans or Texians. A letter from Fort William, New Mexico, in the Expositor, a paper rublished nt Indep' ndence, Missouri, says, under date of August S, 1843 : " We have been on the qui vive for the last two months in consequence of the Texians being on the river below us They caplurf-d a party of Mexicans, and when the news ?f their capture reached ^<inta Fe, there was a very great excnement. Tne foreigners w< re much abused. As they make no liistinctions between Americans and Texians, thev ur>- all Texians with them. and Beauben, of Ton-, narrowly escaped with their lives from ihe mob ; the house ot the latter was plundered ot most of its contents. Some ot the Americans of |e?s note were tried and otherwise ill treated. On the -I'li of Ju'y I had intelligence ot the crogxiug by the Caravin ol the Big Arkansas;since then 1 h ive hid no turiher information from them, but I am inclined to thit'k they have gone through safe.? There was a Texian lure gome ten or fifteen day* a^onn Ins way to the mountains, lie iutormeo mu that there was a general dissatisfaction in the Texion camp, and th-it in all probability they had broken up and dispersed. When Armejo, the present Governor of Santa Fe, received intelligence of the capture of his party ?ent to the crossing of the Arkansas, he retreated to Santa Fe with all speed, as the account Riven him of the number of Texianshad been much ex nggerated. On his arrival at Santa Fe he had information by express that a part of the Texians had been captured by the United States Dragoons, and that the Ttxians had not, at any time, exceeded two hundred in number. He then ordered out two hundred troops to protect the caravan, but his orders were disobeyed, and the troops refused to march. From the last information I have from Sante Fe, Armejo was in great danger, and there were strong symptoms of a revolution aguinat the Government. Revolution after revolution, and nothing but revolutions among those wild people. They will get right some ot these days, we hope, by dint of trying. Court of Common Plea*. Bil'ore Judge lngrahom Si-.rT. 13 ? T.ihtl?Jamtt D //??? v?. Mottt V. Brack.? The plaintiff, Hopi, win a journeyman printar iu tha | Sun office, and at the time ol ih# reduction of wagm.wR. among the number who refined to work under the ' rutilng" tornnmn ueorge urmiaion, ana wna accor*' ingly supplanted by other printer* oC mora congenial vi.w* with thoie entertained by the proprietor and his foreman. After hi* diachargo uti the 37tn iuue la*t, *r, article oppeared among the editoruU of the Sun, actisiuif, hy innendo, the plaintiff with having ante red inU ? conspiracy to ca*as<.inafe the fori man, and of endeavoring to injure the interests ol the proprietor, hy inciting hii ] hands to combine against him for a hiifher rate of wages On the 38th June, the day following, the arreat o( the plaintiff, on a charge: preferred by Ormnton before the Mayor, was p'ihlinh< d under the head of police report!, and attention ?a< drawn to that fact, linking the plaintiff with the publication of the 37th, and for thii action if brought. F fftkt plnin'iff, the marked artfclw in the Sun of the 37th and '.'Hth, together with the Tolice report, were put in a* evidence. Proof wan alio given of the proprietorship of the Sun, and the reputad wealth of its proprietor. For the defence, it waa contended that the alleged libel wai published from fact!, and with rood motive. The affidavit! of Ormiiton and Frosch, who ovkrhenrd the intended plot, made before the Mayor, tin I ou which the nrrrst *m granted, wan read to ahow th^ truth of theatatemcnt, and it waa contended that the other id? had not made a sufficient caaa to fttahliah the li'>el. s against the plaintiff. The learned counsel for the de. fondant, contended that if any man wan libelled, it waa Justice Merritt, * ho he admitted waa moat Justly entitl. ,i to damagea, because he had refilled to grant a warrant ou the'atory of Ormiaton 1'hn Court, in charging the jury, remarked the defendant had failed to eat hliah the truth of the libel,and consequently the plaintiff waa entitled to a verdict Tout .'.'hough no specific injury untamed by thu publication of the libel, had been ilumrn, yet the jury were to determine on the general ?ff ct such a charge would have on the fortune ami person of the plaintiff, and accord him such a verdict aa would in theiropinian latiafy him, and deter aitnilar publicationi la newspaper! hereafter. 'J'h* jury, alter a few moment* abaonce, returned a verdict for the plaintiff in >30J and coata. For plaintiff; Mr. Morriaon. For defendant, Meaara. Cutting. Nag If, Vultce, and Haakett. Calendar /or ThwAay ?Q?, 74, ?1, 33, 77, 18, 43, 33 49,19, 133, 46, S3 V. ?. IMfttrlrt Office. VVtD?inn*r, Sept. 13?Jittaull hy a Seaman?Jam?* Andrew*, a seaman on board the ahip " tfnlly," on htr vova*e trom Hivreto thia port, waa committed for ha ving vialentl) kicked and asiaulttd William Burrows, master of laid ahip, on the ?th September, whilst on the j lii?h lea*, and also for mutinoua conduct. He hud to be jU i'd in iron*, io violent w.ia hit conduct. The Cflin of the noimnn, arretted ycatenlajr for endeavoting to crea'e a revolt on board the "hip HnrculM, will [ ba heard on Friday next, at 1J o'clock. LD. > Prtno Two CantM. Superior Court. BMoiu tkc Ctiiuf Jtutiee. WlDN*?D4T, 8k.IT. 13.? Cotton \ Cu.hmin, ?. Edfar KttcKum?Thiacaae, reported in yuatard<iy'a Mditiuu, occupied the Court duriuj; tU? great,r portion o( ttio day, in the Humming up on both lid**. The Chial Imtice charred on the tnwrlU of the evid-nc*, and the law aa applicable to the ca?e, and thn Jury foend forttae detaildent. Calrntlar for ThuriH&y.?17, 37, 13, an, 30, S4, so tx 41, S, 71, 71, ?, 4?, 47, 4H, 49, ?0, M, 6?, 64, 63, ?/, to. General Seealona. Bi'foru Recorder Talliiindffe. and Aldermen Martin and Dunning. Jam t R. Whitino, E <j., Dutrict Attorney. W? dkcfdat, H.'nt. 13 ? Trial of Jacob Shipmon for Emhtztltimnl Thn trial of this m in, who wa? lormnrly angaged a? money ?arrl?r lit-twenn thn city and Pblla dfiphia, lur":>ln:zr.l?ment, in u>ici< $16 0<K>, entrusted to" him >-y the Union B ink ol thil city, to cunrey to the United SiHti ? Mmt at Philadelphia. w?? commenced thia morning D.ivtd Graham, Jainea T. Brady, and Charlea P. Daly, En|ra.,appeared iu counael for accused. A nnmot juror* whi , challenged, and ??t mide on the ground of their iiavintc tormi >1 an opinion rela'ive to the cum at Ihe time tU.i ii||'eiic? wan aommitted. A jury wai finally empannellod, constating of the following gentlemen :? Walter W TowuKend, Joseph Martin, Moaea Baldwin, Richard E Peterson, William H. Bolrner, James J. A* Bruce, Samuel M. Cox, Thomas N^ih, Edmund Waring, David Sampson, Warren rt. Doty, and Percivai Sea* nan. Kpward IT. Adthdi, called and sworn?I am paying toller ot the Union Bank?have known Shtpman lor four or five year*?he was employed only once before thia to bring sold from Philadelphia to the Union Bank?1 ueliv* cre.l to him, on the 4'h of April, gold to the amount of $15,i;o7 31,to carry to the city ot' Philadelphia, which ha WMatocarry attwentv fivecenta p>-r$IOOO The amount in French coin was $14,799 HO, and the balance was in English and old America:) gold. Tina la the receipt he gave me. The DuTnffcT At rnnweY read the receipt, ( follow*:? "Received, New York, April 4th, 1843, of tho Union Bank, three bags French gold, aaid to contain flfteen thousand dollar.', to bo delivered at the Mint, Philad , for reooiuage. Signed. J. SHIPMAN." WiTi??ia continued? I nextsaw Shipman in Philadelphia at Moyamensing prison?he said it wm bad business ? he wus very aorry, but bo could not balpitihen?I asked him what he had done with the gold?he aaid he had not behind, and bad used it, with the (xpectaiion of replacing it, an he had before?I naked him who he had vail it to-he aaid he had exchanged $10,WO of it at th? riiilul lplna Bin It aad taUeri tUeir notes, $0Oo? of which he. had kivi n to Johnson Hl Lee tor tho amount he owed ihem, and J4''00 to D'rxel, and $1000 and upwards to somebodyelhu. 1 a?k? il iitm how he expected to replace the gold? He raid ho hud done it previously before, ?nd could gut the qold hick from tho bank by reluming them their notes?be said he had been in the hnbit, f?r the past sere ralyiars, oi malting payment* in thl? way?tliut when ho Win short ho would use money in this way and re. plnco it wliH) he got it. Cross-examined by Or?ham~I opened thn bags that day batween two and hair | asi two?he called in in thn mornirg to give mo u memoranda, and 1 then told him thnt vec should want to send on some gold that afternoon. I did not Hen 1 lor him that duy ? I did no' know whether nuy one el?? sent?he win usually found at Beebee It PaishaU's, broker*, in Wall street?this was on the 4th of April?Shiprnun first spoke to mo when I saw him in the cell?he sai I he was very sjrry far the business, but it was too late?lie told m? he was arrested in Indiana, and showed mo a receipt of the Postmaster of Indiana where he bad left the funds; it was for money tethe amount of $3000, am! drafts to about $7000; i know from report that he was not brought back in custody : I asked him bow lie could get the sa S e gold we gave him for the mint; h>-suid ho could replace it by returning the notes to the ban*; he said he m* ant to do it if funds were placed in hi" bands ; I did not charge my mind particularly with the words lie used at the time I h*ld this converse ion with him, at the Mayor's office, in Philadelphia, previous to his < x>minotion ; Mr. Heugbton. the broker, was present, and I,believe one or two of the officers-. I ;>tn p?rlecilv sure that he told me he had used tho geld, as 1 have stat< d Direct resumed by the District Attoenkv?Shipman has been engaged in carrying money for years; the subject of tho conversation is as I hnve stated it. The prosecution h"-re rested their evidence. J?m- s T. Bmady, Ksii., for defence, then asked tbeCeurt te call upon the District Atto'ney to ?*ate on what fact he contended that this couit had jurisdiction in this case, as the embezzlement acliialiy took place in Philadelphia, which h without it? juiisiliction. The Coukt ?aid it iva? rather an unusual thing to call M i Ihe DistrictA'tome-., ( this stage at a case, to disclose any tacts to be use.I by the pr??ecntion. Divm Ohiuvm, K?q , followed, taking a similar view to thut offered by Mr Klady. The t'oi/fiT said that they thought that the question waa a question of fact f-ir the jury to di -pose o(, ami, therefore, it mu?t be submitted to tiieie;that is whether at the time he received the money in this state, he intended to appropriate it to his turn use, or whether such appropriation wu 'ngandercd alter he had arrived there CH4KLSS P. Dai.t, Kt-q , ior defence, then addressed the Court on the indictment, ? hich lie contended was impro perly fouud ; that it charged J icob Shipman the accused, us committing the act as a " clerk or servant" oi the Union Rank, when in luct he v.'a* neithr" one nor the other, and he cited several authorities to show the correctness of his posi'ton. ri.n rin i mrr ATtoiiiwv intermnted the arrntlrman. in order to saretimr, and argued thai the Court in thecaae of John Ahem ha I decided that tbia point of law mint be submitted to the jury lor their decision, and, therefore, tlie argument should be mado by counsel in summing up the case. Mr. OaiHtsi replied, and the court intimatad that the f|iiestion should be submitted to the Jury us a matter of (act. Mr. Dai.ft continu< d by citing a case tried in England, where .1 hoy waft F*lecte<l t? craw money o" a check, lor whicherrand lie was paid six | ance.andon trial forembezr.l> men', it w bn df cub d that h< wns not guilty of the ofi< nee,as r,e wax employe 1 tor a apueiul put pose,and wuh not <i servant or cler li ?k in ut<d< rstoed in tln lnx amng ot the law. He contended that if the officers of the bank had i-ountoi msnded the ord?"r given to Hliipinnn alter the delivery cfthe m-mey, and nqueried him not to deliver It until the nent dny, he could lefuso and recover by suit of law payment for Mich ski vice That when they placed the money in his bauds, it out of their power to cuuntvrmnnd enfd order, ra they could if he had been a clerk or seivantnf said bank. He argued further bjr contrasting the position ol Hhipmun with the dutiea of the clerks, tellers, k". of the bank. Ha cited aa parallel cases, in a mortl point of view, where no criminality waa considered, instances ol executors ?nd guardians, in the usnef money placcd in thiir possession, as also by the officers of banks Mr. Orihim followeil, and the District Attorney replied at length with a forcible argument, but the Court decided as before, that the fact should be subaaitted to the jury. jamu T. Bnadt, Esq., opened for defence, and reviewed in an able and ii gemous manner, what be considered o be the technical point" in the indictment, in which tho accused is classed as a " clerk or servanfof the bank in 'his transaction, as Mai the d stinetion between the lacta in this ossh, and thoso which the statute intended should apply to c??e? af emheizlement. Ho also alluded to the previous good character ol Slnpman, and stated that they should call numerous witnesses ol respectability, who still believed, that even In this transaction, Shipm^n intended 'o re-place the money wh?n originally used, and that thejr would now trust him the same as if no allegation had ever been ziade against him. The first witness then called was? Jont T. Hmith, who testified that he kept a broker and exchange office, and had lor twtntjr 5 ears; had trusted Shipman to tak? money to Philadelphia for ten years: 2 if nt money by him iu April but in two packages, one lo Taltimnie, contain'ng about tlif 0, nnd another to Phila* 'elpuia forthe same amount, both of which were dvliver d sate; I do not know w k< ther it wss on the 4ih of April or not, have se:it large sums of money by him; hischn ncter ha' always b'> n good. h j. Stltsitbb, broker, testified that hehad known <hl;iman for vear", and hadentrusted bira at the time of th<? resumption of payments bythe banks; had sent ?20,000 !>y him; his clara ter had always' een good. Sami'kl J. Bf.rart, denier in bullion and exchange, ' testified that he ha.! known Shlpmsn lor five or six yesrs, ' I had entru?ted him with foity thousand dellars atone tiinrjontho 4?h of April, the day hn went on with the fijn-ti of ihe Union Bank, ho too* about for roe to tb* Mbit, which was deliveied as agreed upon; his character was sl ivers considered good. Willises M huannvwe. ai^ent for John (J. Winter, l< uler in southern fun ts?Knows Mr. flhipman; has sent money by him to tho Mint, and on the same day that he 'ook the money for the Union Bank, hetookabout $1,900 on lor me, which was delivered at the Mint. The testimony on l>oth sides was closed, and Ith<ing4 a'riock, taw Court adjjnrned till 11 o'clock this morning, when David Orahtim, K?i , will sum up for thedefenc^ and be followed by the Distiict Attorney for prosccutlon Pl*a or Oi'iltt.?John Sexton, indicted for a forgery in the third dtgree. in foreirg tha name of Wn>. R. Dunn 0 a note of band dated September 23 I, 1S4-J, loe $92 3|f :<leaded guilty to the charge, and wua remandtd tor sen. fCDOD. ( IAL NOTIC I ' \\ TION TO purchaser. of the imitation of Wll.DEH'9 PATENT * HAL AM AN D KK BOOK 8AFK9 ?The public are hereby informed that several persons Imve h*n manufacturing ?ltd selling Mite* in imitation of Wilder'? Patent Siltintnutf Safes, which they have no right to make or tell; ueitber hava purchaser*,! nunt to u*c he *am*% All *uch are daily*n>lntinf the patimt law* of the United Htatea, bjectwf tnem selves to a law mi it and iwnal damage. 9o far as purchaser* *r?? now concerned, there i* Bocaaseji slarm, as justice to the public on the part of the l*r"Vr** wool" forbid any course unjust to innocent purch**jj*p"f* j* notice. And also such a* hive manufactured w'^nl 1JJ ler?*e Of the ?i,t.-nce ofanient. Wayto??tnise for the past, provided no further attemi t Purrhaaera, a? well u thrwe filll^'ttwt'of the1aw^?or lierenfter lie held striotly li?bl? to the lull "tent ol the law an* icilrniei nient after (hit" I Wiilard Phillip. Boito". n (J W'tl.DKR, Patent?. Mr SiIh C Herring, No. 139 Water atreat, i* the only l>*r oi, inthoriaeH "> i?'ll wilder'* Patent Salamander Salw in th* city ol' iVew V ork, where order* will lie rweired lor any ?i? not on hail.I Particular attention will l>? paid to order*. Ai i veurk hereafter will be aiecntrd in a manner aupenor, in erary if?r?rt, to any Safaa ?T?r offered i n New York. B. O. WILPKR, w , li iw ily It 2twy. Pateutee anH Mannfactnrw

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