Newspaper of The New York Herald, September 15, 1843, Page 1

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HT H Vol. IX -.No. '453.?Whole No. 34rtJ. BRITISH AND NORTH AMKRICAN ROYAL MAiL 8TRAM SHIPS, or 1200 toils and 440 horse imwtr e?rli. Appointed by the Admiralty to sail Wtw^ti Liverpool and oil, calling at Halifax to laud ami ructfti?4 I'aaaeun'URtr# aud llrr Maje?ty'? Maili. HIBERNIA, Captain < harle* H. EJudkina. CALEDONIA, C?i>uin Edward U.Lott. ACADIA. Captain Alexander Ryria, II RlTAN NI A, 'Mplain John Hewitt. Will tail for Boston via Halifax, Fko?< Boston. From Livkbfool. Acadii^ Ryrie, 16Ui August. 19th July. Ilihurifla, JuUkius, lit Sept. 4th August. Britannia. Lott, 16ih do 19th do ..... Tiles* ships carry experienced ?urff?ous, and ar? supplied with Frances' Patent Li fit Boats. Passage to Liverpool $120?To Halifax $20. No berths secured until paid for. For t?uMKe apply to D. BRIOHAM, Jr.. Agent, au3r No. 3 Wall St., New York. FOR HALIFAX & LIVERPOOL. The Iloval Mail Swain Ship BlllTANSffllKWP&lLte* N1A, J. Ilnwitt. Esq., Commander, will Boston for thu above purls on Saturday Passage to Liverpool S'20. Passage to Halifax 20. Apply to D. BRIGIIAM, Jr., Agent, s8r No. 3 Wall street. FOR CHAKI,?:ST(^^^^^^KKY WEST, NEW ORLEANS, A>h) UALVKSTON, (T>xas.) rP() SA11. on Thursday, )tll Oetuber, tin-elfBant.well known A co| ml steam ship NEW YORK, J. P. Wright, Commander, will sail as above. This steamer has been put in complete order for the season, and Iws extensive accommodations, ?itli large and airy slate rooms. For passage or freight of apeaie, apply to tho Captain o? board, foot of Ninth street, E. R., or to A nimriaHn *? m p?i. .i:? SE^-aEZ. .INOTON" AND Sk.WI'ORT?( omix.v.l ill the following superior steam era, running in connection with tlie Stonington and Boston and Providence lUilroadi M ANSACHU8KTT8, Comatock. KHODK ISLAND, Cm* Thayer. PROVIDENCE. NARIIAOANSETT. iWOHEMAN. One ?.r which will leave New York daily (Sundays accepted) 1'rnm Pier No. 1, Bnltery PUce, N. Hiver, at S P. M. A H H A IN? M K N T 8. Tim RHODE ISLAND,CipiaiM ThAypr, on Monday, and Wednesday lor Btouiugton Mid Nrw|>ort, and KrnUy for Hloiiinutoo. The MABHACHU8ETTS. Captain Comatock, on Tneadny and Thuniday for Stonington, aud Satnrday for Btouiiiglou, Newport ami Piwldrow. l'aasengcra, on the arrival of the atenmera at Htonington, will be immediately forwarded in the splendid and commodious Cars of the Railroad to Providence and Boston, and if for Newport will proceed in the atenmer Mobegan (in superior order) from thence at 6 o'clock the following morning, thin giving them an opportunity of a uight'a real on board (he st?-?iner Miasachuaettt or KlioQe Island, and then breakla?t oil board the Mohegan. . , . The above staamera have been thoroughly equipped and prepared to promote celurity of travel anil the comfort and aecunty of passengers, and not aurpaeaed .by any in the United Htatea. Kor |???!\Kr or freight, which is taken at very reduced rate*, apply on hoard, at north aide of pier No. I, 22 Broadway, or oflite of .Samuel Deveau, freight agi-nt, on the wharf. Ticketa for the route anil simmers' bertha oku be aecured on board, or at the office of HAllNDEN &. CO., No. J Wall atrivt |T7*On and after the 10th mat, freight will not be received nnd forwarded aA*f half-past4 P. M. Ht nai* m f* HATS- HALL FASHIONS, 18)1- The aubarriber improves the occasion presented by the fall change in the fashion '>1 hats, to invite hia friend*, customers and the public i? general, to his Katabliahmenta, No. IM Chat ham street, mid 'H Canal, corner of Wooster itreeta, w liera he olfera for sale and inspection a large old elegant assortment of llata and Capa, at i-xtrrinely low prices. He particularly invite* their attention to hia tiui Nutria Knr llata, at $'l, warranted water proof, and to retain lii'i" ' "lor and thai- fie would alao call their att?i t..... I., I.IS short liapf, Silk llata, at S* l'> and $2 Ml. Alao, his i<I rrliiiV Mi. r%Unl~ ll.it*, "t the low price of ?3. The above nrntioiiiMl It it* .ire neat Mid durable, anil *>,. compare advaiiUKwiuly with bat* miIJ hi thi* city al *NKYBA NTA No. 130 Chatham it., *iid !? Canal, cor. \V?o*t?rit. *3 Sw(lwi*)*m 11IIO Vv N~8H KKTINliS?40 bale* e*tr* heavy, Ju*l rec.eiy auilec'1' " **'' bV rfclliiSJu k JBHOOK8, 61 Liberty ? New York, Sept. ll.Tiia"" "" siUo5"*ec r- _ DRAFTH ON ENOLAND. IRELAND yypyfB/SWKB Sie ? Persons about remitting money to their W24 friends in the "old country," can be ?ujv with Drafts, in sums of 1, 2, 3,5,10, -'(I & ?50, or any amount, payable on demand without discount or any other charRe, at the National Bank of Ireland, Provincial Bank, do., Messrs. .lame* Bult, Son & Co., Bankers, Loudon, I. Barned tk. Co., Exchange and Discount Hank, l,iver|Ktnlt Ea?,tem Bank of Scotland, (*r?t*nock Bankin* < nmpany, Sir Wm. Forbes Ilunter St (Jo., Scotland, and t he branches in every |>os_t town throughout England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, which drafts will be forwarded by the steava?r S5 rit iu*is.h y W. &. J. T TAPSCOTT, At their (ieneral Passace Oflfo*,! 3 I'eck 91^, corner South it. N. B.?All letters from the couutry must come post paid. s!> *oi people's link of steamboats &pJaj*3?KOR ALBAN YTD?ily at 7 o'clock P. M.? ?i rTf PC Through direct?From tlie steamboat pier between Courtlaudt and Liberty streets. Sunday excepted. The steamboat KNICJCERBOCKKit,Capt. A. P. St.^ohn, will leave Monday, Wednesday and Friday Evening, at seveu o'clock. Stemboat ROCHESTER, Capt. A. Houghton, will leave Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 7 P. M. Al 5 o'clock P. M.?Landing at Intermediate Daces. Steamboat NORTH AM ERICA, Capt. M. H. Truesdell, will leave Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday afteruoon, at 5 o'clock. Steamboat SOUTH AMERICA, Capt. L. W. BrainanJ, will leave Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Evening, at live o'clock. Passengers taking this Line of Boats will Invariably arrive in Albany in ample nine to take the Morning Train of Cars for the ea.it or west. The above boati are new and substantial, arc furnished with neat and elegant State Uoqsns, and for s|<eed nud accommodations are unrivalled ou thelludsoii. For Passage or Freight, apply ou board, or to P. C. Schnltz at ^je office on the wharf. si SEVEN O'CLOCK MORNINO LTN E p?? J* K)It ALBANY, TROY, and intermediate 3h__JK_4E_L.indiuk??Frotn the steamboat pier, at the foot of Barclay street. Breakfast and Dinner on board. Leaves New York?The Empire on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The Troy ou Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 7 A. M. Lauding at?Caldwell'*, West Point, Newburnh, Hampton, Pouirhkeeiisio, Hyde Park, Rhiuelieck, U. Red Hook, Bristol, C.itskill, Hudson, (Vixsackie and Kinderhook. The new low pressure steamer EMPIRE,Captain 8. R. Roe, on Wednesday, at 7 o'clock iu the morning, Aug. 16. r The new low pressure steamer TROY, Captain A. Oorham, on Thursday, at 7 o'clock iu the morning. Auk 12. For puia^e, apply at the office, foot of Barclay strec:, or oh board. Notice.?All Ooodi, Freight, Baggage, Bank Bill*, Specie, or any other kind of Pr?|>ertv, taken, ship|ied, or put on hoard the BouU of tlii* Liue.xnnst be at the risk of the owners of such good*. au 16 r .MM INDEPENDENT REGULAR OPPOSIftWrrriUTaeTION NIOHT LINE FOR ALBANY St timiv?Through Direct, without Landing ? Tlie commodious and substantial steamboat PORTSMOUTH, ' a) t> O. House, will leave New York from the font of Barclay street, on MoutHys, Wednesdays and Fridays; and will leave Albany and Troy on Sundays, Tuesdays and Tbmrsday*, 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 iu first rate order. *2 lm*r ** SEVEN O'CLOCK EVENINO LINE for ALBANY AND TROY direct, without JEMB^M^SEalandinx?the splendid low pressure steamboat SWALLOW, Captain A. McLean, will leave the foot of Courtlaudt street every Tnesday, Thursday, and Saturday evenings, at 7 o'clock, for Albany direct. The Swallow ha* a lance number of *tate room*,and for speed and accommodations is uot surpassed on the Hudson. au* ec jMM UEOULAR 'OPPOSITION FOR BOhflTtwig' TON, via NEWPORT AND PROVI^ ? DENCE?Fare to Boston $2 50; Deck Si 50; u<> charse lor Berths. New|>ort *"4. Jt}; r 50 cts. Tne fast sailing steamboat CURTIS PECK, Captain Wm. II. Teck, leaves Catharine Market slip, East River, every Mnuday, Wednesday and Friday, at 5 o'clock, P. M. For passage or freight apply ou board, or to" A. U. 1 CXR, 205 South st. lm*''c ? vl'u'a l)L' a N!H WW vnilf !(' ** Cr^tjr>o?lv l$i ('ran !?The splendid itmmnr PASAbJKJE. SAIC, alter June if li, will run a* follows:? Leave tin- loot of Barclay street.l New Vork, at 10 A. M., and 4 P. M. Leaves the foot of Centre street, Newark, at 7K A. M . and and I* P. M. The accommodations both for passenger* and freight hare been ((really improved. Freight carried at veay low rates. jyl6 3m*ec /?? 8TATEN ISLAND FERRY, FOOT Es--^i^3?OF WHITEHALL ST.-The steamboats Tl iff W 8TATEN ISLANDER and SAMSON will ruu as follows until further notice :? Leave New York 8, 9, 10, 12, 2, 3X, S, 6. Leave Staten Island 8, 9, 10, 12, 2, 4. 5, 6. AH goods shipped are required to be particularly marked and are at the risk of the owners thereof. sS r .Mn jgM NKW ARRANGEMENT FOR SHREWSBURY?Long Branch. Sandy ZSEasafibdBLlKrtik, Ocean Mousraud Eatontown Landing. The new Steamboat SHREWSBURY, Captain John P. Corlies, will now run as follows, on and alter Thursday, 27th iust :?leaving New York, from the foot (' Robinson street, every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 10 o'clock, A. M. And Ealontowu Landiug ou Alouday, Wednesday and Friday, at 10 o'clock, A. M. The Shrewsbury will run as above, weather permitting, until further notice. All baggage at the risk of the owners. Fare 37 W| cents. N. U.?Stages will be in attendance to convey passengers from the aforesaid landiug place* to any part of the county required. Tlte Shrewsbury will go the iunei passage, when practicable je!3r NEW \OItk A NI' KINGSTON STEAM FREIGHT AN1) PASSAGE LINE. /?a For Kingston, anc Delaware and Hudson 'anal?steamboats EMERALD and NORThe EMERALD, Captain .John Ketcham, will leave New York, foot of Murray street, every Monday and Thursday at 5 o'clock, P M. Will leave Kingston (Ron'Iout landing) every Wednesday and Saturday at 3 o clock, T. M. The NORWICH, Captain John Samuels, wilt laave New York, foot of YVarreu street, every Wednesday and Saturday at 5 o'clock, P. M. Will leave Kingston (lloiidout landing) every Tuesday and Friday at 3 o'clock, P. M. EXTRA TRIPS. The EMERALD will leave the foot of Murray street every Sunday morning at 7 o'clock. Returning, leaves Kingston at 4 o'clock, same day. For freight or passage apply on board, or to WILLIAMSON, BARLOW fc CO., n21 3m*r IGt West street. NEW ARRANGEMENT. FARE AND FREIGHT REDUCED. M REGULAR MAIL LINE?FOK PROTl. v i IIU' VI V AMI ll( IST4 IN. *ia. S'I'O.N E NE NEV 8EOARS. "(There's a delight in smoking. None hut imokeru know." The saying i? true, when ve know where to find A ifjcar that possesses tin* quality rare Ofetiliveuing tii? spirits and cheering the mi ad, And enables the smoker to puff away care. Thi? luxury always your sure to obtain, If on HKIXAS in Maiden Lane promptly you call; If you visit him once, you will do *o attain, For lie gives satisfaction and pleasure to all. His Segars are the choicest, most exquisite brands. By a com)>et(Uit agent selected with can*, Direct from Havana, by special commaudi, And noue 111 the city with his can com|>ar?. /lis Colburn, Kegalias, La Normas, aud Stan, Noriegas, Trabucas, Victories pui? ; Principe, F.s|>erauzas, Iiuiwrial Segars, The lies! in the country that you can procur*. Cassations, La Norinas, and Congress beside. Mis Dos C?m|>arieros and exquisite brand. With others that have coinjietition defied, For his customers, SKI A AS has always on hand. In order to secure a continuance of the approbation and custom with which 8EIXA8 lias bewii *o long favored, he has engagetl a special aud comiieut igent in Havana, to select the Tobacco and superintend the Disking of all segars that he imports; consequHiitly, he can warrant all sold by him to be genuine. Ilis stock on hand is mora extensive and supwior to that of any similar wUblishinent. Heinember tlie Number, 3 MAIDEN LANK, Howard's Hotel. au23 lin*r SKOAKS. TOBACCO. SUO Vl lii COFFFK. tft fljVS IU9T 11ECE1VKC, nft>.? relehrat-Ad Lard Brrou bnaQl, cousisting of Ragalias and medium size Segars. 32,000 of the Florida brand, do do do. , 20,000 l.nw price Havana*. do do do. 14 Hale* of Itui?* Tobacco. 8 Hale* of I lavaua do. | 6 Ca?e* of Free Labor St. J ago Whita Uugar, 12 Bass of suiwrior do Coffae. Kor ml* by A. A. SAMANOS, anl7 tm*r No. 6 Wall st and 289 Broadway. A. SAMANOS offers for Mil*, at No, 6 Wall stTYo hhda I Muscovado Sugar, and i 15 lugs of Coffe?, landing from brig '1' 1 a/., from St. Jaco In Stora? 10 lilids Sun cured Muscovado Sugar ruilnble for rvfincrs 4 hoxaa while Sugar, free labor l 18 bales superior Uuisa Tobacco, iuitabl? for ntanufac- , tarerx. 350,m. Segars, of Lord Byron, Woodfi I ?,and a variety of other brands. I WANTEl)?A Coo|wr, and a Mi* Wright that nudinrstaiHU car|>enter's work, to go to St Jagoiljcuba; must be single and of temi?erate habits. Apply as aliov ' sO lm*r S~NUKK, CIOAKS AND T03 M'CO?Jnst raccived mir recent arrivals, an importation of choice foreign Sunns, I consisting of Lund/ Knot's Irish high toast; high jJjru'd Welch, liaidham s, No. 37, Violet Strasburg, Morton's mixture.. Prince . Albert OO, CopMhlMt, etc; together with a largn assortment of domestic snuffs ol the subscriber's manufacture. On hand a prime lot of Havana Cigars, "Moriega," "La Nor- ! m?," "Keffalia," "Panetela," etc. Cavejidish 1 obacco of the most approved brand*. Turkish, tier man, (4 qualities) Scafarlatti, and Spanish smoking tobac cos;l)utch anil Rnglish clay pi|M-s;Joiies'lloyal patent matches; cigar cases; tubes; fancy pilies; snuff boxes, and every article api<ertaiiiing to a well stocked tobacconist's ktablishment, for sale at wholesale and retail bv WHS. O. NKWCOMBK St SON, au 21 lm*ec No. 4 Wall st. KOKKUiN WINKS AND LIUIJOKS, No. 33ji Ann street, New York. rPHE advertiser has for sale the follow lug choice impuruA lions of the very best quality, viz Old Krencli Brandy in cask and bottle " Holland (?iu _ " " " Hamburgh " " (imported in 1800) " Madeira Wine in pipes-and bottle " Sherry, Muscat, Bordeaux, Mars I ts " " Cataloni, Port, &c. Invalids and others will lind pure liquors uuadulterated as above?No. 33}* Anu st. al9 lm*m | B.SANKOHI)(< ASH TAILOHINOSTORF.) 127 h ul ton st., lias just opetiud ail entirely new and splendid assort- I ment of Knglish and Krencli Cloths, Cassimeres, and Vesting*. ( which for beauty, elegance, and durability, cannot be surpassed in this city, being bought for cash. He will sell to nil bis friends and customers 2) per cent cliHa|>er than those who do not adhere to the cash principles. Strangers and others who ara | his rich assortment of poods, all of which he pledges himself ' to make in a stvle ami fashion which shall please the must I istidious, as regards good cuttiiiK, workmanship, and prices. He < would also inform his customers that he has a new anil entire i assortment of gentlemeus' outfitting of every description, consisting of stocks, scarfs, collars, bosoms, shirts, drawers, sus- I panders, silk six! linen cambric handkerchiefs, gloria and ho- < siwr_)' ot all kinds. N. B. Punctuality observed strictly in filling all orders. M. B. BAN FORI), I ?9 Im'r Next to the Herald Office, New York. nno TAILORS.?STlNEMET'S~New and Complete ~8>:v I J- tern for Cutting every kind of Fashionable Garment uow in vogue, is ready for delivery. As the reputation of the author as a fashionable cutter, is too well known to require newspaper comment. This system is, with confidence, offered to the trade?not as a mere theoretical invention (or singulation,) but as the most practical and complete work ever published on this ' subject. It is the result of many years eiteusive and fashioua- | b|e practice in New York and 1'aris, and will be found to coil- , taiu such ample, plain, and precise instructions, as to enable every student to cut with ease and certainty, all the various I styles of garments now worn, both in Europe and America. fliis system cannot be stfectejl by the f?tn~ , i,of fashion, aud is recommended to the profession as a standard work, and may I* obtained of the author, 93 Cedar street, and can be forwarded to any part of the United States, si cod2w*r depot OF GENTLEMEN'S FANCY DRESS ARTICLES. READY MADE LIN ENS. UNDER GARMENTS, &c.?tc. rPHE Subscriber w ould call the attention of their patrons and strangers visiting this city, to their rich and extensive assortment of stocks, scarfs, cravats, gloves, sus|<enders, pocket handkerchiefs, dressing gowns, hosiery, lainbs wool, merino, silk, cotton, Berlin, buckskiu and other under shirts and drawers. Their assortment of the above goods, and all other articles appertaining to a gentleman's wardrobe are rich, varied, and i eiteusive, and well worthy the attention of the fashionable i community, tliey would particularly recommend their new . style of gentlemen's shirts, m containing many improvements. 1 The shirts at present manufactured by them, are cut to suit the I form of the wearer, thereby doing away with tl?e large overplus j of linen used under the old systesn of cutting, and adding not only to the comfort of the wearer, but to the beauty of the form. This improvement was so manifest to the Judgi-s of the I late fair at the American Institute, that the first premium was awarded to the subscribers; their patentelastic Brace is particularly recommended to all persons who have acquired the habit of stooping. They will be found of immense benefit to persons of sedentary habits, by bracing the shoulders, they strengthen | the back, and expand the chest, and will be found of no impediment to the free use of the arms. Tliey would also call attention to their patentelastic Russia or riding belt. Gentlemen may de|>end on being suited with the best anu most fashionable articles, by calling at the old establishment ot PAHSELLS k AGATE, 1 an 20 lm*ec 237 Broadway, corner of Park place. james lacy, DRAPER AND TAILOR, 62 John street, new William, I L-' continues to make up Gentlemen's garments of su|>erior workmanship, and in the most fashionable style, at his usual low prices. Gentlemen in want of new and fashionable cloth ing, should call ami examiue his select stock of goads 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 prices, this establishment cannot lie surpassed by any in the city. EC""" (ientleiiieii furnishing their own goods can have them mane and trimmed?a perfect lit warranted or the price of the goods returned. au24 lmr TERMS CASH. WM. T. JENNINGS'jTca px^ATERS AND TAILORS, 231 Broadway, American L-' Hotel, opposite the Fountain, solicit attention to an assortment of seasonable goods, including Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings, int., in all the new aud various styles, under the assurance that the system of " small profits aud quick returns," which has elicited so liberal a patronage, will l>e continued, u,!.,!. .....|, .. w.ll .?, ,l,l.. 1,11.11 nr. der.n in future with promptness. A feature iu the establishment, which mint commend it to those requiring articles for immediate me, i> the addition to our stock, of an assortment of lirst quality ready made Garments, consisting of Surtouu, Frocks, Dress Coats, Pantaloons, Vests, Otftce I-oats, Travelling Krucka, Dressing Oowns, he. A choice collection ol Silk and Satin Scarfs, Cravats, Handkerchiefs, (ilovea, HusiKNiders, Hosiery, Uuder Shirts, Drawers, Muslin Shiru, Collars, kc. At prices which must offer inducements to purchasers. jyX 3tn*ec SHIRT M ANUFACTOR V, AND (JKNTLEMk.N'S KUltNISIIIN<? STORE, CQ MAIUKN T.ANE.-^J?st received the latest and uiost Of approved French pattern shirts. A general assortment of shirts, undergarments, hosiery, cravats, handkerchiefs, lie. Shirts and nnder garments made up to order and re| aired at short notice. Kor sale, a Counting House Desk, with three drawers and book rack. WM. COLLINS. au20 lm*r GK.NTU-.MKVS LKFT OFF VVAKDItOUK-tJentleinen or families desirous of converting their lelt oil'wearin); apparel into cash, can obtaiu for the same the highest cash pneo. . , To families and gentlemen quilting the city.or changing residence, having any suimrriuous effects to dispose of, will tind it innch to their advantage to send for the subscriber, w ho will attend them at their residence by'appointint nt. H. LKVKTT. No. 6 John st, New York. A line through the pott office, or otherwise, will receive prompt attention. Clothing cleaned, alfred and repaired. an!7 lmr i). M. PEYSER, * CO., NTO. 110 William street, corner of John street, and ?7 Broad l.^ wav have received, by recent arrival*, an eilenalve sii(<|>lV ol the billow Kite FANCY l K)() l)S, which were carefullj if lected by a com|H<tent ranon at Farii, Berlin, fcr and winch they offer for ?ale, in wliolfaala arid reuul, ou liberal term*. T'Berlin Zephyr and Oarman Wonted?the moat complete ni ortment. . . . Berlin Embroidwy Pattern*?a choice aelection. Cantata for Embroidery, of cottan, worsted, linen, tilk, golu anil <i i*er, of all widtha and qnalitin. Silk ( henille, for embroidery, triminina and flower making. Pnraa Twin, IJerman, French and b.n(Ii*h, plain aud (haded, in tkeiiia. aticlu, and on aiioola. , , Float 811k for Embroidery and Fringe m?kwi, in tkeitu and on apoola, , Suipendert, inperbly embroider*'', and SmpemliT 1 rimming*. (fold, Silver and Steal Beadi, in all Not. Mother of I'earl, Gold, Silver and Steel Purne Ornamentt. Mold and Silver Fringe, Braid, Cord, Twiat, Thraad and Taatelt. Kmbroidery Framea, and a variety of different Fancy Artielee. Artificial Floweri--* choice selection. Fringea, of cotton, wanted and tilk, imported and domeatic | Uim|>a, Taaaeli, BuKona and all other kind of triminuiK. jy 17 3m*ec_ \X7ATCHE8.?The largeat and moat aplendid aaaortment ol ?? Watche* in llie cityv ia to be found at the nuhacriber'i ? At lie i? conatantlv receiving all deacriptioua of Oold anil Silver Watchva, of the newest atylea, direct from th* manufacturer*, in Kugland. France, and Switzerland, he i? enabled to offer a larger assortment, and at much le*a price*, at retail, th:in any otHer honae in the city. Oold watch.-* a* low *? $20 to $25 each. Watche* and jewellery eichanged or bought. All watchea warranted to kee|> good timet or tlie money returned. Watchet, clocki aud jewalery repaired in the beat manner, uk 1 warranted lower than at any oilier place in lha city (), O. ALLEN, unjKirter of watchea and jewellery, v- Im'eo Wholetale and retail. 10 Wall mreet, up (tain. THE WELL KNOWN SOLOMON HEINE, M 0? Wiio ha* practised in thia city apwarda of uina yeor* aa a medical phyaician aud surgeon, keepa bit office No. 57 tirade it. near 11 road Way! _____ _ autt lm*r l/ll K.IOtIT FOIl BOSTON?A Rood veaael can have fifty * < fhe?,yf?i?htk,r,hj.bov.gf{. A^lj^ * ^ No. 61 Liberty itr<*t] W YO 7 YORK. FRIDAY MOR Philadelphia. [f'orrc?i>ondtnceof the HeralJ.] Philadelphia, Sept. 13,1843. Trip to Ph ilad( Iph in?Fit at Imjrrtuiont? llten trie alt ?/Munch?An hour at Ltiurel Hill CcmeUry? n~ii? D-- ? - - vfiiwri* vvik^c Q'C., ^*r, J. G. Bknnett, Est; ? Dkak Sir :? "Here we are again all in a heap," as Moeter Merryman would say. The transit irom your city lo Philadelphia is like a trip from Dover to Calais? done between a "chop" at the Astor and a hot dinner at Hartwell's; by the way, one gets his in'ards well lined ut this favorite house, where Daniel Wtbater tukea his "feeding " The quiet, orderly style ol the "Washington," reminds one of the comlorts bo often promised by the matrimonial tie, but which falls to the let of a lew. Of course I need not coml.lo ...i -i; - - ...vuu ; v? *,*/ mo vaic nucu yuu uuuie una way, as ilia praise is in "all the papers." The Chestnut Street Theatre opened with a tolerable (air house considering the old prices were resumed. The Mioses Cushinan were the attraction of the evening I am happy to say "Lady Gay" lias lost none ot her spirit, in which she is unapproachable. J. M. Field, (Straws,) with Miss Fisher are the chief attractions. Of course Macready and V/allack, in due course of time, are expected here. The house having been tastef ully dressed up, 1 see no reason why it should not do well. Sterling old comedies have been the run thus far. One is favorably impressed with the neatness and regularity of the streets, and were it not iliat one is [ ossecsea continually with the blasting influence strongly perceptible, of the misrule of her banks, ia the desertion of some parts of the business portion of the town?the half-finisded tenements that meet you in pleasant places, one would be tempted to leave the filthy streets with the hogs in Gotham,and take up his habitation with the broad brims and ample skirts in this quiet city. The launch of the steamer Princeton drew to;ether any quantity of loafers, boys, men and children, but lew ladies, as the day was inauspicious. She is a fine model, and resembles the Great Western in the main, though she sits more bouyant in the water. She will prove a fust nailer. Associated with nil that is good in life, was r>ur visit to Laurel Hill Cemrtery, distant a half hour's drive with "a good turn out." Arriving at the gateway a group of statuary by Thom, of Scott's Old Mortality, meets tlie eye. This is carved in free stone, and impresses one with its appropriate locality- The Chapel is in keeping with the place, of the Gothic order, with stained glass windows, through which the light gleams in happy contrast with the gloomy sorrows that pervade the mourner as he lollows all that remains ol earth, where the last words are pronounced, "earth to earth, ashes to ashes, dust to dust!" The filial and inrental affection exhibited in the mementos upreared to the memory of the departed, is strikingly appropriate, with one exception?a splendid rich tMthic structure is too gaudy to please the eye. Much taste is displayed in a Monument erected by the ?ify authorities to commemorate the worth nf Mr Wilson, the proprietor of the Fairmount Water Works? on one side is a good design of the works as seen from the Wirebndge on the Schuylkill; the other presents a tribute to his merits in a long and laborious life, devoted to the enterprise of which so much benefit has accrued to the city? Many green spots were variegated with beautiful flowers, fostered by the hands of affection, than which, nothing shows a kinder heait. 'Tis there the? "Retiring Lichen climbs the topmost stone, And drinks the aerial solitude atone." The inscriptions were for the most part simple ind in good taste. "Little Willie," covers the re mains of a lost son?"Marv sleeps in Heaven"? with many poetieal eflusions, are lost to my memory. Hundreds visit this beautiful spot, and leave, 1 trust, wiser and lieiter. Nor to have seen the <jir*rd College would have been a lots to me?Who has not formed high hopes of this monument to the memory of its munificent founder 1 And yet what a foolish waste of meney has been squandered by the directors or trustees. The click of the hammer denoted to our ears that the work was resumed After a temporary suspension. A few yearswill complete ihis magnificent piece of architecture, when we may hope better care will be had to the original designs of its founder, that it should be more for the benefit of the orphan, than a wasteful display ['or the glorification of its trustees. The visw of the Schuylkill and Water Works is fine from the marble roof that crowns the Coljege. On the southern side are two tasteful buildings, built of gray marble for the uae of the tutors and students. Returning under the locomotive influence of the celebrated horse "Black Hawk," we passed the Penitentiary, which has been so singularly described by Dickeus The structure is of free stone; very much in keeping with your "Egyptian Tombs." A trade sale came off here last week, at which better prices were fetched than since 18116 Books are still in demand, notwithstanding the great flood of cheap publications which has deluged the land lor some time. Fashionable strangers are not very plenty in town just now, though there has been an unusual number of travellers through here. I notice the arrival of Robert Tyler, Esq , and lady, from the north; also a brother-in-law of the President, Mr. Hrainard, the poet from Boston, Capt. Stockton of the Navy, &c. The Ledger hoots at your idea ol Philadelphia merchants telling bugaboo stories of the yellow fever in New York, to keep away country merchants; at the same time its leader in anofh??r nnlnmn trifu vpru hard tn nrnvp flint it iu in Kingston. Let me tell you lhat the merchants here played a sorry game when they gave credit two or three years since when New York refused it. The con sequence was, they lost tremendously by their cue tomers, and now your cily gels their cash custom, as they avoid meeting their creditors here. Politics are getting brisk again preparatory to the fall elections. 1 think you may knock under to a right out and outer knock down riot. Where's Mike Walsh? I had intended giving you a statement ot the banking allVirs of this lunny place, including a quiet dinnerparty at Andalusia, but must deter it to u more convenient season. So, commending this to the care ot the flying Mercury Townsend, the gentlemanly conductor, with a lady's " elastic" tor Willis, believe me ever thine, Thalaba. Pi'iui Ynn. (Correspondence of th? Herald.) Pknn Yan, Sept. 2, 1813. Indictments? Courts?Cutting Shade Trtcn?and Committing- Murder. Jas. Gordon Bk.inktt, Esij ? Dear Sir? The Grand Jury, organised by the Common Pleas and General Sessions, have, alter a week ot labor in this quiet place, adjourned to next week. They have preferred numerous indictments?besides one no/ found, but attempted to be procured by means which I may hereafter describe aathty deserve. The above mentioned court has been in session

tli'1 past week, and done some business, and put over more. One criminal cause was tried, resulting in conviction, and sentence to State Prison for three yeara. Harrison Downing, an old rowdy and soaplock, attempted to "gouge," and got "caught." Had luck that! Motion tn arrest unsuccessltil; lie wan obliged "to walk Spanish," and started on Ins mission to Auburn rather "down in the mouth."? Our temperance trustees have been lying back (or "bifcger bets," but'came down on the increasing groceries, and liquor "tavern teachers" a lew mornings since in a perfect tlorm. Summonses llew like shot. A recovery from the surprise enabled their forces to gather up their scattered senses, and "take position" by attacking the Congregational church, cutting down the rows of young locusts in the yard, and attempting to throw a bottle of whiskey ana *ssaf<rtida into a window, !iut without success ? Other trees were girdled, but will be saved. The second time this, that the tree destroying operation has been lesorted to in this place by that kind ol influence. It cannot be, as one observed, that "the devil is in it," for he would be aahnmed of sueli advocates. It is creating a public calamity lor private revenge The trustees, with commendable spirit, offered &i<*> as a reward for the discovery of the perpetrators. A man and wile, by the name ot Brown, have been arrested, charged with murder. The (Jrand Jury have the case before them. From the evidence before the Justice, it appears that n boy about three years ot a^e, her child, born a year or more before their marriage, was the object of his abuse and the alleged cause ot his parting from her until the child was disposed of. That a day or two before the murder, he came where she lived, refuetnjr to live with her so longa* she had the child. Ou Thursday, between five and si* P. M., she >RK H NING. SEPTEMBER 15, went up the canal Irom where she lived three mijes east of this, with a boy of three yearn, and an infant about six werks '.?ld, to lock number nine on the Crooked Lake canal and was there seen with the infant on her arm, placing some stones or dirt as she sat on the opponite side of the canal. No suspicion of a murder wns excited, as a man was seen going from her at the time, and she was seen by another in the same place some time after. Returning without the boy and telling inconsistent stories,-earch wns made in the morning without success, by draining the level, liut alter a long and close search, about to be^given up, a Mr. Smith, with a view to find a man's leg, said to have been buried on the spot, was removing stones, and discovered the foot of the child?on removing a ftw more, the body was drawn out. A Coroner's inquest was held, and the verdict was " Murder by drowning." When shown the corpse and asked, " is ihit your chiM 1" with a vactint and stoical expression, hhe answered " yes." Circumstances and appearano-s ate strongly indicative of mental alienation. He is believed to have been, at least, the procuring cause. The counsel already employed are William C. Parsons, and Abram N. Wagener, Esqra. ller's are not vet engaged. Should indictments be found against noth, a strong counter etl'ort will, probably, be made. This is the second cast ot murder in this county, the loriuer by a maniac. It creates much excitement, and I will communicate the facts as they appear, and occurrences connected with it as they transpire. Yours, ^ [Corrcgpondeucc of the Herald.J Skanhatkl.es, N. Y., Sept. 1811$. | J. Gordon Bennett, Esq | Dear Sir, , I fancy a letter from this lovely and retired vil- 1 lage, will not prove uninteresting to your numerous 1 readers; its location is not surpassed by any in the State. What first attracts the admiration of the stranger when entering, is the beautiful mansions, surrounded by shrubbery and tlowers, and i's situation in reference to the lake, an unobstructed view for ten miles?then finely relieved by cultivated 1 fields gradually sloping to the margin?the magnifi- j cent structure of Mr.j De Long on theiwest shore | adds greatly to the picture. On the eastern shore, ! the farms are superb, and the mansions display the taste and wealth of the owners; numerous sail boats 1 (made by some of the most Celebrated boat builders 1 in the U. States) cat! be seen at all times enlivening \ the scene. An excursion to "the head" (distant 10 mil's,) had been long contemplated, and as the ap- , pointed day approached all was bustle and prepara- i tion with the ladies,providing provender, <fco lor a long session. A party of six sUried a day or so in advance oi ?he main body, a kind of advance guard, to prepare and make ready the way. We embark ed on board the "Leslie," on the morning of the 21st, with a light breeze. Nothing can excel the beauty ot the shore at this part of the Lake; the fine symmetrical slope of the banks on either side are inexpressibly beautiful; some,however,may consider the scenery tame and uninteresting. Nearly a mile trom the village is a point of land extending a short distance out in the Lake, covered with trees and shrubbrry, forming a beautiful bay. This place was offered to the State as a site for the Lunatic Assylum, and a more lovely spot cannot be found : its present location at Utica is not to be compared with it, and it is anything but creditable to the commissioners appointed for the purpose of deciding on its location. I fancy this will do to place with other acts of political intrigue nnd humbug that daily stares us in the face, but has censed to amaze us in these days of Mtllerism and mesmert.-m. (tec. For about ten miles the scene is tittle varied, but leaving the "ten mile point" it bec?mes more rocky and ? mountainous?numerous caverns and overhnnninn rocks; in some. places the ruck's al vhe bottom j would eU>(>e off gradually from the margin a (lis- i tfinc<* o< or thirty foot, and ihcu Iwi uiili^ 4t precipice ol 150 feet; the water is bo clear that im object can be seen an immense distance below the surface; the bottom presents most fearful precipices and caverns. There is a strata ?f rock extending nearly two miles that is almost entirely formed oi ' petrefactions; it Iie3between a wide strata of date rock twenty-five or thirty feet high ; the water cornes within h few feet of this lower strata: it i? solid limestone, containing innumerable trolooites, shells and fish; it appears a solid mass of these petrefied animals; it is called "Horn Rock," from the j resemblance to petrefied horns; it is really a great 1 curiosity. On arriving at the head the scenery forms a great contrast with the lower end of the lake; the country is wild, mountainous and pictu- \ retque in the extreme. On the west side the moun tain turns up H00 feet above the level of the lake; it can be ascended by a narrow path worn by stones and rocks rolling down into the lake; its ascent is very steep and presents a magnificent appearance from the lake. The land on this side is nearly all owned by D. Hall, Esq., an enterprising citizen ol Skaneateles. Wefound twoorihree houseB herejone beingjunoccnpied; we immediately took possession, and although unused to culinary operations, soon succeeded in laying out a fine supper, departing a little, however, from the regular course of cookery, boiling ourpotatoesin the tea kettle, (which, by the wav, gave a peculiar lhvor to the tea), (fee. These ] trifles, however, gave zest to the repast. t n the following evening our little fleet hove in sight and anchored, the wind leaving them six miles below ; shipping our oars we arrived within hail about 10 o'clock. " Boat ahoy!" " Who are you " The On ke hye, with a cargo of beauti tul girls, bound for ' the head,' come on board and report." Coming up with the others, our hailing and signals, and boisterous but sincere greetings " alarmc-d the night," at all events alarmed the inhabitants on the shores, UDKd "such sights to see, such sounds to hear." thought the devil was to ' pay. Wt of the oars, r#wed from boat to boat, bidding them all welcome; the schooner Independence ' hoisting her lights, we found crowded with pretty 1 faces, anxious tor the news. About one o'clock, I the wind commenced blowing strong from " the head," and all hoisted sail and up anchor for our quarters, arriving about daylight, lead by the fas! sailing Baltimore built boat Lsnex. The ladies, notwithstanding their fatigue, looked fresh nnd blooming. In the course of an hour a long table was spread in a little grove before the door, with everything we could wish for?poultry, pickles, potatoes, ham and herrings, beans, beef, i bread, fowls, fishes, and fun of all sorts. The ladies exhibited their good taste and industry in npuiai" the fixins " The day was devoted to all kinds of enjoyment?black-berrying, sailing, singing, frolicking, and flirting more particularly. These pick-nics open a great field for flirtations At evening our foraging operations commenced by laying waste numerous hiiis of potatoes and corn, extending our depredations far up the mountain. Supper came offgaily?the girls looked lovely after the exercise and excitement?the amateur musicians produced their instruments, and a dance was " frign'ened up," nnd came off with a loosenesw peculiar to " Pcott." The following morning all embarked for home, where we arrived in the afternoon, nil delighted with the jaunt. There were many fair and lovely girls; some of the fairest specimens of Yankee beauty. They did puzzle your humble servant uinazingly, I assure you. This is head-quarters for the " Socialists," " Fouriers." " Levelled," <.Vc. iVc. I wonder ?L... ilnoa not uiai( Ihi-* jn<l wuy mcini"?vvi' / '??/vu ...? , ....? preach to his proselytes ! Tin y have been tor Home time negotiating for a large tract ot hind, situated three miles Irom the village. It is admirably suited tor their purpose. Yours, truly, ttutr. f)tj- A destructive fire occurred before daylight yesterday morning in Newark. About 2o'clockthe whole horizon was suddenly illuminated. by the Haines, which burst from the extensive carriage and cab manufactory ot Vanderwerken iV; Co. near the station house ol the New Jersey railroad company. It is one ot the largest establishments in the city, containing a large steam engine'and other machine ry, a blacksmith's shop, planing shop, and all the different departments necessary to so extensive an establishment The fire originated in the planing shop. There were a number of carriages in the building, only a lew ot which could be removed.? The loss cannot be less than ten or twelve thousand dollars. No insurance. Mysterious Affair.?Information waa lodged at the police office of the First Municipality, yesterday, ol a circumstance that almoHt freezes the blood with horror. On one of the bayous, near Lake Borgne, the r-mmnsot a mun by ttie name or ierniice llobui, a creole, were discovered banning to lourtrera. Aiter being slain he had been quartered, and each of the tour quarters suspended to a separate tri e. No clue has yet bren discovered that could lead to the detection of the perpetrators ol this heartless and unparalleled deed of cruelty. The officers of the First Muncipility nreon ihelook out, and we hope their vigilance ami enersv wil! enable them to ferret out the monsters who did ihis deed of piteous massacre.?N. O. Tropic, iith. [ERA 1 O A 1 1040, l.lternry \ollrri. tTHK Nkw Mirror?Fuller & Co., New York ? I The number for Saturday, tin* Kith instant, is an | exceedingly food number. The Recollections of ' John Randolph o( Itomioakc, c ontinue as amu.*ing as ever; and fcMiaknpeare's imaginary conversation j with the Earl of Southampton, is a paper of great j merit. We feel a reluctance to deprive our readers of the gratification whicha perusal of Willis's contribution on Moore and Barry Cornwall would afford, bnt it in too long for our columns to-day. But ! to enumerate all the gems in this number we must i copy the the table of contents entire, and we do not wonder that a new series is found necessary. Cathouc Family Biblk? Sadlier, New York ? | This m l'art 5 ol a republication of the Holy Bible, | translated from the Latin Vulgate, with the appro i bation of Bishop Hughes. Cyct.ohkdia of Biblical LiTKRATtiRK?Newman, New York.?Part II. establishes the high character of tins work. Thk Amkkican Poultry Book?Ilarper & Brothers, New York. This is a neat volume, whose contents are a practical treatise oil the management , of domestic poultry. Tins book, which comes highly recommended, must be very valuable it its motto be true, that "a very considerable part of all the property of every nation consists of its domesticated animals." 'lnere is much curious matter in the following extract, which we make from its introductory chapter :? The importance ot this subject, in a pecuniary point ot view, to ourown country him, we luspuct, been littlu appreciated. It will be hrt'.er understood when wo refer to the agricultural statistics of the United States, on furnished by the latest census published, namely, that of ih40.? It should, however, be burnt: in mind, that the return* ram North Carolina, Kentucky, Michigan, Florida, and Wisconsin, aro incomplete, and not included in thin list. VhIuc of the poultry. Northern Status, - $1,176,010 Middle State*, .... 1086,313 Southern and Western State? and Territories, 6 071,382 Total, - $ 10,9-12,010 Uto thiv wo ail<l the Fupposed value from the omitted States and Territories, we shall have for the whole Union ! total value in poultry exceeding twelve millions of <lol- { lars. The importance of this subject hecomcn more up |>aront if wn take a 8ingle state, and compart the value ul its pou try with that of its otheranlinul products. By the ?ame census it enpenrs that in tii" Stuti- of New York the value ofthe poultry was $'J.T7J,0iU- This is more than the value ot all the swine in the s.ime state, is nearly equal tu hall the value ol its sheep, tho entire value of its neat cattle and is very nearly live times greater than the value of alt its horses and mules. Thu imputlancft of climate in rearing poultry may lie farther interred from the following tacts, gathered li'om the same census. We will tako a certain district in the northern and eastern sections of the Union, where the climate is cold and damp, and compare it with a district ol'at aily ru e(|iial population in the Southern Stales.? Thus, for example : the State* of Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont, are nearly equal in imputation to those of Snuth Carolina and Alahaiu*, ami yet the value of poultry in the first only equals fi397,4(in, whilo in the second thu value oftbo poultry amounts to $1,419,814. In the Western States, fowls are so prolific that eggs are commonly sold at the ra;n ol 90 conts a bushel, estimated to ' contain lorty-five dozen. ( At a subsequent page, however, we have still I'ur- t ther si ul i stic.", und much more interesting informs- c lion ihitn we expected to lind on sucli a subject.? From page 1-12-3, we make the subjoined extract: To those who keep hut a few fowb, which are left to 1 diiftfor themselves, and who are satisfied with their pro- J luce, whether in eggs or chickens, provided they have no ' rouble about them, the following remarks will have but t ittle interest. We propose to offer o few remarks on the i ceeping of fowls as an article ol profit, and the value of | heir products. That this in the a^gre^ate must be very , toniiaerablr, no one can entertain the least doubt, and lie amount nfrnnital invested in the United States in this ipparently inconsidr ruble branch ol domestic industry is I rtry gteat. T1 is will tic evidi nt from thu following abitruct from the returns made by the census of 1840, cxhib- I ngthu total value ol all the iioultry ill the various States ind Territories #1 the Union . States. Value in doVs. Shift'9. Value in tfol'g. \1-iinp ............. 171 Ohio 7HI.9J1 New Irimi'Mur .>?,ihw iwuuiwiy VVrinont . 176,137 Tennessee . 561,531 M,n?ai'lniK'lls 540,295 Louisiana 273,311 KImxIp Island 61,192 Mississippi 369,llll Connecticut - 176,659 Alabama 829,220 Nov York 2,373,(12!) Missouri 230,21)3 New Jt incy 112,187 Indiana 393,220 IViiiisylvania- . 1,UJI,I72 Illinois....... 330,968 ; Delawan , 47,465 Michigan 112,730 Maryland 219,159 Arkansas 93,549 Virginia 742,467 Klurida (incomplete).- 61,007 North ( arnlina 511,125 Wisconsin Hi,1(17 South Carolina 590,594 Iowa- . 17,101 UvoKia.... 473,1511 District of Columbia-- 3,092 Total ?12,176,170 In the outset ol our calculations of profits, we are met vlth this difficulty, that much ol the advautugn must de?end opon the vicinity orrcadinos* of access to a market, i 'erhups the lairest estimate would bo made by consider , ng the produce of a poultry yard an dedicated entirely | o the consumption of the familr, and establishing its ( ralue at sume fixed rate, even although that should be > uiiMiuti duty uuaer inn iiummui ijiuihgi vuiut. 1 The entire volume, however, is very attractive, ' ind fo replete with instruction qn the subject on J which it treats, that we recommend it to all our ' readers. t One Hundred Romances of Real Life?Winchester, New York.?Thi9 is one of the Ntw World 4 republications, whose contents hnve been selected ? and annotated by Leigh Hunt, comprising remarkable historical nnd domestic (acta, illustrative of human nature. This we learn from the title page, lor we have not time to look beyond it. Works of Lord Bvron?Burgess te Stringer, , New York.?Number IX. of this work contains the ; conclusion of English Bards and Scotch Reviewers, Hints from Horace, th^ Vision of Judgment, the Morffante Maggiore o! Pulci, the Blues, a literary eclogue, and occasional pieces ! Liberty, and other Poems, by Scotch Jock? Uatick and Davies, St. Louis.?This little work contains n collection of poem* in the Eiiglis-li and Scottish dialccta, and the author honestly avows liimself to be as poor as poets ever are, and that , ihe object of his publication ia to replenish his , purse. He that appeals to his readeis:? Come, gentle reader*, anc and a', Native and foreign, big and sma', ' I wish upon your fobs to draw, * Ae bit, and blew it; ( ft? just ao nit, and that is a*? * I You'll never miss it. TmvE Got.dkn Rit.es for Cioar Pmokers? , Adeeand Estabrook, N. Y.?The title of this book . is sulfic.ent to indicate the nature o( its contents Illustrated Edition of the Book ok Common Prayer?Hewitt,Broadway, New York.? We have here number 10 of the illustrated edition of the Hook ot Common Prayer, and administration ol the Sicranients; and other rites and ceremonies ol the Church, according to the u?e of the Protectant Episcopal Church in ihe United States of America; together with the Psalter, and other appropriate matter- It is neatly printed and embellished, and when completed, will form an elegant and useful volume. Firesii>k Rkcot.t.icction* ano tim Young Scrr.ptor ? Winchester, New York.?ThivjtiL A republication of one of the works of MrsT^lfis, au authoreaj whose productions follow each other in such rapid succession, that ore is scarcely read before we have another. Encyclopedia op cukmintnt.?Carey \ TJart, Philadelphia.?This is the first monthly part of a work entitled the Encyclopedia of Chemistry, theoretical and practical, presenting a complete and extended view of the present state of chemical science. With the numerous and important applications of chemistry to inedica! science, agriculture, the arts, and manufactures, this work will be found one of grat utility. Leoai, Observfr kor Srptkmukr ?Owen, New York ?This number of this work, whose importance is now felt by the profession, has commenced a series of sketches of American lawyers, and a sketch of William Wirt, late Attorney General of the United States, occupies a place in the present 1 number. It has also a paper on the history and practice of injunctions, and its u?ual amount of decisions and judgments of the courts. This work < mutt now be felt to be essential in every sound ' lawyer's oflice. Woman, an Enigma?Harper As Brothers, New York.?" Woman, an Enigma, or Life and ii* Itevealings," by the author of Conquest and Seif Conquest, is the title ol a neat little volume which has lU0t issued from the press of the Harpers. Pijpfkr Hopkins?Number si* of the periodical republications of the vaiious writings of Cornelius Mathews, contains the conclusion of Puffer Ho|>l< ins and some miscellaneous articles. Nbw Mrstc?Hewit ?te Co., Hroadway, New York.? " The Sword and the Start," a national anthem, the words by George P. Morris, the rnu*ic composed by W. Vincent Wallace. Hewit has re. cently published this anthem, which has obtained great celebrity, as well Irom its intrinsic merits ax tor the circumstance by which it was prompted. All will remember the memorable presentation to the nation through the House of Representatives by the Hon. G. W. Summer, of the start of Franklin and lUe aword of Washington, which is thus ctcr- , LD. I't Ira Two Cants. ni/ed by the verw (it our own wmi? writer. General Morris: ? The nword of tho hero, the ntntt of the an**, Whose valor and wi?i)am areitam|Al on tne age. Time hallo w'.l mom^nto* ot thoiu who have riven The ?Ct/j>tr? from tyranta.the lightning frem heaven. Thi? we?|>on,oh KreeJom! wa? drawn hy thy mn, And it never wai iheath'd till the hattle wan won mm a or 'liKtionor upon it wo see; 'Twai never lurrnider'd, except to the free. Wb ile fame claim" the hero and patriot tage, Their mimrsto embbnon on history's page, No holier relict will Liberty hoard, Than Franklin's stall" guardej by Washington'* (word . These lines, set to music by Wallace, are now publisher! by Hew it, and will be found on ev?ry musicstand. llewit ha* a)-<o published a " Camp Glee," composed and dedicated to the New York City llunrd Glee Club, by Georije LoJer. "The Hnrine," a wall/, sentimental impromptu, composed for the piano by Francis H. Urown, and several pieces ol music by Wallace. Tiik Cotton Crop.?1The intelligence which has reached us of the fiilling oil' of the cotton crop, and of its,destruction by the worm will, be news ol some importance to the English holders, to whom it will be conveyed by the steamer of to-morrow from Boston. The latest intelligence which haa come to hand we giv? below. The Montgomery Advertiser (Ala ) of the 8th inntant, has the following i? The Cotton crop of this year has had much to contend against- 1' ir*t, the late spriu?, nuxt the heavy rains, and now, wh un Jernt.ind, that the worm in beginning to be very destructive, particularly in the prarie lands. Unlem the fall season h unusually late, we fear that this year's crop will tall far abort ot an average one. The New Orleans Tropic of the 6th instant, says :? All the information in our possession induces u? to bo liove that the cotton cropthii season mint fall ihort ot he crop of last vear, at least one-third. One of the ediorsof this papar Inn ju ;t returned from a visit, to the neelion of country on both sides ol tho river, bslow, and in ho vicinity of Natr.lirx Throughout that region the planter* are all complaining of the latenews ol the crop, mid ol the impowiibility of realising any thing like the r< Rnoiiitlile anticipation] formed in tho snrin*. The most favorable statu ot weather during the autumn mouths,will m-.ui cely ' naM" them to make more than a fair crap, while murh rain unit nn early frost will nip in the bud the moderate hopes of the large proportion of the cotton growers. Fiom other suctions ot that part of the South devoted to thn culture of cotton, all tho intelligence wo have received is ?imilnrly discouraging in its character. No doubt con be entertained that the crop altogether will he uncommonly slender, and all those tralicking in our great staple, hud better take good care to govoru themsolves accordingly. The Mobile Register and Journal ot the7ikinst., gives the following statements :? Nkw Cotton ?The Cahawba Banner of the Ud init ?ay??we noticed the arrival this week of seven bale* ofnew Cotton?*ix baits were from the plantation of den. K. D King, of I'erry county, and one Irom the pluntatioa of Major Jesse Beene.of this county. Sk* Island Cotton.?A correspondent of the Charleston Courier, uniler date ot the 1st inst. say*, the first of September lias come, and the oldest planter can scarcely recollect a season, in which at the sume period, so little :otton has been gathered In the acre. This proves what lie planters have asserted as to the backwardness oi the :rop. Tiik Converse Ca3E?An Akrbst.?The mystery n which the assault on young Converse has been ihrouiled. is about to be dispelled. An affidavit haa >een made before Recorder Baldwin by an unfortulate female 111 this city, which has caused the arrest >f a man named Barber, on the charge ot^ being^the ringleader in the attempt to take the hie ol Converse. As described to us, the evidence to sustain the affidavit is ol a most extraordinary and conclusive character, as will be shown in the investigation before Recorder Baldwin, this morning. It consists mainly of the prisoner's own boasting confession, both before and after the commission of the deed, and fully confirms the statements that have been made by Converse. We near further that developements are made winch will uhrii hfflii uj>on ihe fate of John R. Pawning, Sheriff ot Washington County, (Mies.) wiio mysteriously disappeared in this city some months a?i>. flie inventigution fo-day, according fo present indications, will shed light upon several acta of fiendish atrocity, which have disgraced our city during the last season.?IV. O. Tropic. Superior Court, Befote Chief Justice Jones. THtfRtntv, Burr. IS.? Weal, vs. rt?i?r end [.eggelt, exteuton, 4'c,?Thil is au action to recover the amount of lorfwiture, in a contract mtered into by Robert Sliarp.deceased, with the plaintiff, lor the delivery to him within two da}*, by a third party, named Solomons, thirty-lira ihures of the Tenth Ward Bank- The torfeit to be paid !>y Sharp, wm $1760, the por value of the shares at the Into of contract. The defendant! are the executor* of *hari>, and resist thn alaim on the gronnd that the Tenth Ward Biink wa? a I rand, the stock being actually worth lothing,?that an attachment had been issued against it, mt of the Court ot Chancery, and alio that the elfecUof he Bunk h.<4 been sold out, under a landlord'* warrant. I'he cast; will bo returned at the opening of the Court, his 'lay, (Friday.) Calendar for Fridiy.?No?. 17, 37, 18, 3fl, SO, S4,?9, 43, 14, 3, 71, 7J, ft. 4?, 47, 4S, 49, ftO, M,?62, 61, M, M, M, >7, M, 69, 15, 8, 32, 36, 43 Common Plena. Bi fore Judge Ingrnham. Sr.i'O 13.?George IVtllm vt. J. IVtlton Oreene.?An iction in trcipass on a casx of promise, to recover the imntint ol a check drawn by the defendant in favor of plaintiff on tha Seventh Ward Bank for $114 The defenca net up that no consideration hail been received, and that the check waa given under erroneous impressions. The Jury found lor the plainhtrin the full amount and coats. For plaintiff, A. Crist; for defendant, E. C. Gray. Mmrtin Joyce vt. Frederick S. Schhiinget ?Action to recover the amount of a note for $1,773 M, payable to self at eight months after date, and due December 30th, 1*41. Plaintiff proves signature, and puts the note In as rvidenco. For delence it is aet up that the note ia the property, and in the holding of another party who ia laced on the stand, and so testifies, aud that the plaintiff lever advanced any money or had the note in his |K>saesiion. The Court charged that tbo plaintiff, who livea lomewhere in Louisiana, was entitled to a verdiat. Ex ' nlinn is token tn aueh charm. Jnrv render for the j In i lit iff" in JI ,9M7 uml co?t*. fcVr plaintiti, Mr. Griilitlii; tor defendant, Mr. gear*. Calendar for Friday.? Nor. IS, li, 10, lii, 48, 6sl, MO, 70, 14, 7ft. TO THE PUBLIC. The firm lnTetofore known a* (JEN IN .St VAN VKANKKN, MATTERS, Having In i n 4|iss<>1?? ?l. th>- mbicriher, JOHN N. GKNIN. ih) oih'iiciI a Hat ami ( ap Store, No '?> BROADWA V. Third door from Will itrivt. IN. O, beff* limply to it*!*' III* ilrterminatmn to iitf Ilia lieit ejertiona to make a HAT that for quality of material mil beauty of tinmli cmnot I to-lled. He therefor* tro?u to nn iv.' from hi* friend* mil t public that mipport which will enable him Hiiccemfullv to carry out hii design*. JOHN N. GENIN, Hatter, II lm" m '?? Broadway, 'Ul door above Wall it. FERGUSON -V II KID, 1 O M Jl I H S I (1 N M E R ( H A N T 8 , ?4 T< IIOI'OI TI.AS St. N. ORLEANS. I).?Particular 'itteutiou |*id to the receiving and for La. warding of Komi* ltafrr* to > KAT.MAN Ic CO., New Orl-ani, MeWORA N fc Vc.MKCHAN, Louuville II 6t^*r Hon. TUPS. W . U ILI.IAMS, New Xonilmi. ABRAHAM K ASTOR, imports. No. 193 Broadway, ha* S\ nut received hy the *te utn r* Or'at H'aaltrn and Britannia, m*l ilv> hy the Havre pncketa, a tine anil laige iwiortmi'iit 01 ni'W ?tvl' Hi IU Bullion K ringe*. lie imp*. Cord*. Tuiiel*, llut I.fu l' silk Trimming I ne, Thread l.acw a gieaf ?an>'ty nf h r. nrh Embroidero**. such a* Infant4 l>rr*va Mid Wai*u, i liftH'.1 *'('' ** ' ' '111 r?i| t.iiiMi Pi.rkit Handkerchief*, Thread l?ir. V(-ila,Thn**il rointa, Silk Blond Trimnvtng Lam*. Fancy II ill Dn *. ?. old 1 very dmrriiition of llotn, Mit?. and I off*. ,AU' It < ?, I'l' r?"> uid I 1 if 11 Thn-nd t'a|m. Alio, a law niartni'lit l'Wont'd I l'>ik Habit* and ' apt for ladie* and i.|i 1 |i|r* 11. mil mam other articb*. too iinne mm to describe?all I winch If offer* at naionahl* pric*. rt wholesale and retail. sISiB'r _ riOLLEt TING BILLS, DRAFTS, hi ., IN BOSTON, O \| \S* ?The *nh*rril>?r ha? made arrangement* in thin rity, wlier-hy he iioitliN to receive liilli, accoiinti, Ike. in Dootnti for prompt collection. Merchant* and other* wuhing inch huiim-sa transacted tle-re, are requested to hand them 111 to \|[. OEORGE IIOEL, No. t, Ann *treet, Naw York, who 1* Inly lutliorized lo receive billi and forward the lame 10 Hie fur 'ollection. All monies collected by the mbscriber will he ,ironi|>tly|iaid over lo the parliwi entrusting him with their imsineHi, and no charge if bills are not collected. By giving tii? personal attention to the above bnatnma he truit* the facilities offered are too obvious to r*?|iiire comment. ANDREW ROBERTS. an2'.? lm?r 21 9t?HHurt, uplt?i?. Boston. It R?1< K?ICK..?KHiOionaofi.tirv lake lc? ?'* /J"'\ I Illy, The Highland lc Ml?bli.hliwnt. ?["? ,nll|kr pin*, M prepared to, mid will ?dl, , 1,ny ,,t|?r <.niri:f, HUantitH", chrnpi'r than run l?' obtained ,r'"" . , the world.? anil packed in the U,t 'VlwVvIon blind. A aupply of tlm l'?*t ?ppro??d I"*1 jfr)HN M LVON, "tin Di'Uion ?tiwt. 10 lm*r . - ~ ~ 7 h.I, ,.|i ?( r|i* I'lfUKUl* ot inf?>rm I?DM. ? . l,nVIKS.?,HNew York anil iU Tining the Ladie? ."'[Wint UkeneMea at th? shorte*t noi itie*, llur he continue* ' nor*. ThoMWhs will Ikror hiia tire, both Portrait* *? ? vite<l to call *i?il *<+ Hi? ?i*ciin?i? MtSOSlffSXS^ Broadway, betw-n V*h.t. and ^ ,tA7r'tC. also continuaa to Kit* pntate Uaaona to *?"Z2~ in . Wednesday ?n? *Vm?\h^"-t < U? Al.o, Lawfanpo i'*mt*d to order, from tl ? lanteat lixr. Tho?* who wi?h to maka u he i**rfcct?'d III .All the a bote branchw. by applying ,orl jn J4 Dmnerreotyp* likeue*??? correctly copied in w tul6 lm?cc lioura.

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