Newspaper of The New York Herald, October 7, 1843, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated October 7, 1843 Page 1
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TH Vol. IX.?No. 805.-.'Whol* Mo. M87. s^:"aa^en*||| KNCl.ISH. FRENCH, BELGIAN ANU AMJ.U ?'AN , KXTRksS, GENERAL FORWARDING AND COMMISSION HOUSE. it . . , ., HARNDEN U CO. will receive and forward by their duly " E*iiiv?j Cars, S|?*cie, li.iuk Notes, Pack urn aii<l Parcel!, to any part of the United State* or Canada*, and d/ the iteamerii anu j l' ickt-ts t? any part of J&ngland, Ireland, Scotland, Belgium or France. .... Particular attentinu is paid to the purchase or sale of all d?tcriptions of merchandise, collecting and paying Drafts, Note*, i ami Hills, to the entry of merchandise at the Custom House, ' and to the general tr.inactiou of any and all kinds ol forwarding anil commissiou business. Bills of Exchange, lu sums to suit, furnished on St. John, N. B., Halifax, N. 8., or on aay part of Europe. . ? ? _ . ? All goods must b? marked "Harden fc Co. foreign Post , Oiln'i Letter Bugs are madejip for all the Royal Mall Steam- . t'rs from Boston, and the s*amer and sailing |>ackeu from New > York. rrincipal offices and agents:? 1 Messrs. Wilmer and Smith, 32 Church street, Liverpool, < England. ' Messrs. Maclean, Maris fc Co., 3 Abchurch lane, London. . Mi'un. Emerson tk Co., Paris and Havre. S.iniu : Haigbt, Kso.. American Consul, Antwerp, Belgium. 1 Messrs. J. and J. li. Woodward, St. John, N. B. A. \V. Godfrey, Halifax, N. 8. J. G. Woodward, New Orleans, La. > Messrs. J. B. Saierac it Co., Havana. ' Harndeu It Co. 8 Court St., Boston. ' All goods must be marked "Harden & Co. < N. B.?Haruden U Co. are slone responsible for the loss or j injury of any articles, or property of any description committed ( to their care; nor is any risk assumed by, nor cut any be at- j tached to the New Jersey Steamboat Navigation Company, by , which their crates aiv, or may be transported; nor the New 1 ork, 1 rov jdeiice, anil Uoston Railroad, or the Bostnn and Pro- | vidence Railroad Corpomtions, in respect to their contents at any time. HARNDEN k CO., jyl2r No. 3 Wall it.. New York f ^POMEROY -v. oo.'s Wo&Msm lr jg bELDAH.V KYPHEKS T j FOR ALBANY, TROY, CHICAGO and the CAN A DAS. The subscribers having completed the r arrangements with the People's Line of Steamboats, on the North River, and the f Rail Ro.ul Companies west of Albany (or running their ExpnSks , for the season of 1813, an Express will leave their office, Nn. 3 Wall street, New York, every evening, at quarter to 7 o'clock, for the above named and intermediate places. IMPORTANT. h or the greater safety and security of all valuable and money parkages entrusted in their care, they have Salamander Irou safes on board of the steamboats, in a strte room occupied exclusively by themselves, and the messenger in charge sleeps in the same room with the iron safes,into which all such padkage* are placed. I'OMEROY ^COMPANY, ml ec Wo. 2 Wall street .MOT OA P': M. KN Ar- CQl'P JjMBjhfc ^fe-VNo. 3 Wall-street, NEW YORK, ALBANY. TROY AND MONTREAL EXPRESS. Messrs. Hamden & Co. having disposed of their rout# from New'Y?rk to Albany and Troy, the subscribers, the old con- | ductors of Harndeu S. Co's Northern Express, from New York will continue t? run, as heretofore, leaving New York. Albany i and Troy Daily, anu connect at Troy with Jacobs' Montreal < Express, and will forward Specie, Bank Notes, Packages, Bun- < dies, Cases of Goods, Sic. to any place between New York and i Montreal, and throughout the Canada's Also East from Troy t and Albany to Boston, and West from Albany to Buffalo. < All business entrusted to their charge will he promptly at- f tended to. Particular attention will be paid to the collection of notes, drafts, acceptances, Sic. and prompt returns made for the i same. PULL EN & COPP. Offices?Pullen St Copp, 3 Wall street, New York. ! Thos (Jougn, 15 Exchange, Albany. i \ li L\ 11 .... .)tl 11.T??,. ~fe. Jacob's Exchange Court, St Paul's st. Montreal. i REFERENCES. ! NKW YORK. AI.hany. TROV. j Prime, Ward & King, E. J. Humphrey, Jno. Payne, ( Jacob Little St Co., Thos. Oough. P.Wells; Joint T. Smith St Co. 8. K. stow, Pejioon St Hoffman. C.S.Dougla'f, ( .trimmer Si Vwmilye, F.Leake. i HnuglitonSi Co. Drew, Robinson St Co. a I9r TAPSCOTTS GENERAL PASSAGE OFFICE, 43 PECK SLIP, NEW YORK. i llffv )!$& >!$& iBfr ' TT^ubscribers beg to call the attention ot their rnend^uul the public generally, to their superior arrangements for bring- j liic out iiassnngers from, and remitting money to any part o| England, Ireland, Scotland or Wales, in the magnificent pack] et ships, comprisitiK the "NEW LINE OK LIVERPOOL PACKETS," VI/.:Ship ROSCIUS, Capt. Collins. Ship SIDDONS, Captain Cobb. Ship SHERIDAN, Captain Depeyster. Ship OARRlCK. Captain Skiddy. New ship HOTTINGUER, Captain Bursly. Ship SOUTHERNER, Captain Woodhouie. Ship ROCHESTER, Captain Palmer. New Ship LIVERPOOL. Captain F.ldredjre. Sailing twice every month ; and with the " UNITED LINE," composed of superior lirst class American ships, sailing every ten days, will make five ships in each month throughout the year, (or one every sis days) thereby preventing the possibility of unnecessary detention. Passages direct from London, Bristol and Greenock to New York. Also from Liverpool to New Orleans, Mobile, Savannah Charleston, Philadelphia, Boston and Baltimore, and the various ports in British North Amsrica, can at all times be engaged on liberal terms. Persons wishing to send for their friends, will not fail to see the advautage:; to be derived from selecting this line in preference to any other, and they may rest assured that unusual care will be taken to make the passage agreeable, the ships beftig titted up with an eye solely to the comfort of passengers. In all cases where the parties sent for decline coming, the money will be refuiidel without any deduction, as usual. A free passage from the various seaport* of Ireland and Scotland, can 1 also be secured The regular packets for which the subscribers are agents, sail < as follows, vir.:?To aud from London on the 1st, ID, and 20th . ol each month. To and from Liverpool on the 1st, 7th, 13th, ' I'ltli, and 26th of each month. New Orleans, Mobile, Savannah, and Charlestou,.weekly throughout the seasen. REMITTANCES. Persons in the country wishing to send money to their friends I v enclosing tin' imn they wish seut, with the name and address of the parties to receive, it, may rely wn a dralt for the tTTHiunt being forwarded per first packet, after the receipt thereof, and an acknowledgement for the same returned |>er mail. I (rafts at sight, for any amount, tue payable on demand, withOJt discount or any other charge, at the National and I rnvinC 1 Banks of Irelaud and branches, Eastern Bank of Scotland, U-eenock. and their branches, Messrs. James Bult, Sou (it Co. B'likers London Exchange,and Discount Bank, Liverpool and 1 i every principal town of Oreat Britain and Ireland. Kurtlier particulars made known on application, if by letter, post paid, to W. 8t J. T TAPSCOTT. day r 43 Peck Slip, corner South st THE ENVV LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS. A 4 I H>; N-' '"'"nsg"' New ship QUEEN OF THE WEST. (l,6^' u}'* }*11250 tons. Philip P. Woodhouse. S 'fit h*May ' Ship ROCHESTER, 868 ton.. ( J?1!; John Britton \ "ft Ship HOTTINGUER. 1050 ton., \ |f? IraBursely, $ 16th July. ' Those substantial, fast sailing, first class ships, all built in the city of New York, are commanded by men of eaperience xnd at Jity, and w ill be dispatched punctually ou the 16th ot each mouth. Their cabins are elegant and eommodiwus, and are furnished with whatever can conduce to the ease and oomfort of passengers. Neither the captains ?r owners of thwe ships will be responsible for any parcels or packages seut by them, unless regular bills lading are signed therefor. K?r freight or passage apply to WOOD11ULL, * MIINTUKINS, 87 South street, New York, or to FIELDEN, BROTHERS It CO., an 9 Liverpool NEW LINK. OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS. To nail from New Vork on the 25th and .Liverpool on the 13th of each month jt m m m f rom N RW YORK. Ship I108CIU8, Captain John Collins, 25th July. Nlui. 8IDD0N8, Captain A. B. Cobb, 25th August. Ship SHERIDAN, Captain K. A. Depey?ter. 25th Sept. Ship UARlllCK, Captain Win. Skiddy, 25tii October. From Liverpool. Sl.ip SHERIDAN, Captain K. A. Dej>ey?ter, 13th July. Sliip (?AHRICK, Capt. Wm. Skiddy, 13th August. Sliip ROSCIU8, Captain John Collins, 13th September. Snip S1DDONS, Captain E. B. Cobb, 13th October. lliese si:ips are all of the first class, upwards of 1000 tons, built in the city of New York, with such improvements at combine ureal speed with uuusual comfort for passengers. Every care has beeu taken in the arrangement of their accommodations. The price of passage hence is $75. Then# ships are commanded by e*|ierie?ced masters, who will make every exertion to Rive general satisfaction. Neitli-r th- captains or owners of the ships will be responsible for any letters, parcels or packages seut by them, unless regular bills of lading are signed therefor. For freight or passage apply to E. K. COLLINS k CO., 56 South St., New Vork, or to BROWN, sVllPLJ'.Y it CO Liveri^l Letters by the packets will be char?*l 12^ cents jier siugl sl.eet ;_50 centfi |fr ounce, and newspapers I cent each. jy7 ec 1'ASSAOE FROM OREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND m m. uV THE UTATK BALL OK OLD LINEol^ LIVERPOOL PACKETS. r f?..m I.ivunwu?l (tit lltd 7th Bill! 10tK nf aFAMt mn.tU 1 JVr?o?* wishing to send to the Old Country for their friends can inuL< the necessary arrangement* with the subscribers, mid have tliem come out in thi * superior Line of Packets, Sailing I Irora Liver]tool punctually 011 the 7th and I9th of every month. They w ill also have a first rate class of American trading ships, 1 sailing every six days, thereby affording weekly communication Iron) that ixm. One of the linn ( Mr. James D. lUiche) ii there, 10 ?< e that they ihall be forwarded witli care and daspatch. Should the parties agreed for not come out, the money will be returned to those who paid it here, witnout any reduction. The Black Ball, or Old Line of Liverpool Packets, comprise the following magnificent Ships, vi* The OXFORD. lI-he NEW YORK, CAMBRIDGE, COLUMBUS. EUROPE, SOUTH AMERICA. ENGLAND NORTH AMERICA. With such superior and unequalled arrangements, the subscribes confidently look forward for a continuance of that supixirt which has been extended to them so many years, for which tliey are grateful. Those proceeding, or remitting money to their relatives, can at all times obtain Drafts at sight for any amount, drawn direct on the Royal Hank of Ireland, Dublin, also on Messrs. l'RESCOTT, OROTE, AMES k CO. Bankers, Li union, which will he n,lid on demand at any of the Banks, or theii Branches, in all the principal towns throughout England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Apply, or address, (if by letter, post paid.) " '' ROCHE, BROTHERS k CO. :<*? Fulton street New York, next door to the Fulton .Bank. N. B.?-The Old Li-ie o) Liverpool Packets sail from this port for Liverpool on the 1st and 19th of each month. Parties n-iuninm ro nwoin conino win iui? ? w w.r.i whuuii Wi? advantage to Hrct thi? favorite Line for their conveyance, in preference to anv other. _u?7 _r I /jftoo^wra^tTSHSBS n9C put 46 Soutfi?u?*i E NE NEW FOR CHARLESTON, HAVANA, KEY WEST, NEW I ORLEANS, AND GALVESTON. (Texas ) jT/fE *TEAMSHIPNliW YORK, John T. Wriylit. Commander, to kail positively Saturday, 14th October, at 4 o'clock, P. M . having postponed to thu date by the re ^^^^^^^Mquest of the passengers, on accouut of the lickness in New Orleans. This elegant, well known, coppered steamer will positively tail as above, and hai been put in complete order for the season, with wrought iron shafts, and has extensive accommodations, with large and airy state rooms. Kor passage or freight of siwcie, for either of the above ports, ipply to the Captain on board, at pier No. 9 North River, 2nd wharf above Rector street, or to o7 to!7e<: A. HUBBARD it CO., 37 Peck slip. r- r-f. ? K()R CHAKLE8TON, KEV WEST HAVANA, NEW ORLEANS, AND >^KfTOJ^GALVKstON. TEXAS.?Steam Ship NEPTUNE, Captain William Rollinr? tail ou Tuesday, Oct"ber 10th, at 4 >\:lock, P. M. This su|ierior packet steamer has beeu thoroughy overhauled and put iu |<eriect order for the season. Her :abins and state rooms are elegantly furnished,and passengers mi rely *n every comfort and accommodation in her. Kor passage as above, in the cabins or steerage, and for light refcht for ( harleatou, apply Qti board, at the Tobacco Inspec:iou, foot of Ciiutou slieet, or to o3 7t J. H . BROWER, 75 Wall st. jMtn MM NEW ARRANGEMENT KOR SHREWSBURY?Long Branch. Sandy SLm^tbsL-Hook, Ocean Houwand Eatontown Landing. The new Steamboat SHREWSBURY, Captain John P. Doriie*. will now ruu aa follows, on and alt?r Thursday, 27th nst leaving New Vork, (roin the foot *f Robinson street, ivery Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 10 o'clock, A. M. \urt Eatontowu Landing on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, it 10 o'clock, A. M. The Shrewsbury will run as abova, weather permitting, anl ;il further notice. All baggage at the riak of the ownura. i Fare 37 > cents. i ri. jj.?ouiKf* wiu o?- in auruu.uiL-i- to cuu?ey i>a*sriiKrr i 'rum the aforesaid landing places to any part of tne county re luired. The Shrewsbury will go tlie inner passage, wh?n practicable. __ ie!3r SEW YORK AND KINGSTON STEAM FREIGHT AND PASSAGE LINK. ^MM> adI For Kingston, anc Delaware and Hudson m" 1 tt!1'1*??t<=-m'bo.iLs EMERALD and NORThe EMERALD, Captain John Katchaiu, will have New k'ork, foot of Murray street, every Mouday and Thursday at 5 >'clock, P M. Will leave Kingston (Hon'out landing) every Wednesday uid Saturday at 3 oxlock, 1'. .VI. The NORWICH, Captain John Samuels, will leave New Ifork, foot of Warren street, every Wednesday and Saturday at i o'clock, P. M. Will leave K jgston (Roudout landing) every Tuesday and Friday at 3 o'clock, P. M. EXTRA TRIPS. The EMERALD will leave the foot of Murray street every Suuday morniugat 7 o'clock. Returning, loaves Kingston at 4 >'clock, same day. Kor freight or passage apply on board, or to WILLIAMSON, BARLOW k CO., *21 3m?r 164 West street. ! jaa foh |keyport and middletown & point, Daily, (Sundays excepted,) touchJL_JEjC.ing at Segni lie's Dock, Staten Island.?On and liter Mouday, July 31st. the steamer rockland, Captaiu Crawford, will leave Middletown Point ou Mondays, Tueslays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, at half-past one )'ck>ck (tide permitting,) ana Keyport at 2o'clork P.M. Reluming, leave New \orkt foot of Robinson street, on Tueslays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, at 8 o'clock A. M. mil Saturdays at 2 P. M. Stages will be in rradiness ou the arrival of the boat to conrsy passengers to Freehold or any part of the country. Uniform conveyances on Target Excursions, Parties of pleaiuw will be takeu to and from Fort Hamilton or Key|>ort at easonable prices. _ s20 lm*m ~~ STATEN ISLAND KERRY, FOOT S^JfcjLq3?OF WHITEHALL ST.-The steamboat 1 Iffjr STATEN ISLANDER will leave New York ind Staten Island, ou a-id after October 2d, as follows, until urther notice :? Leave New York 9, 11, 2, 3>i, 'j\.. Leave Staten Island 8, 10, 1, 5. All freight ship|>ed is required to be particularly marked and s at the risk of the owners thereof. s3()tf r .MJ NEWARK AND NEW YORK?Fare on I y 12JHJ Cents !?Kail and Winter Arrauge3K_3CXa.mejit.?The splendid steamer PASSAIC, on ind after Oct 3, will run as follows :? Leaves Newark, Iroui loot ol Centre street, at 8 o'clock A. M. Leave New York, from foot of Barclay street, at 3 o'clock P. M. The accommodations both for passengers and freight (which s carried at very low rates) have been greatly improved. jylti 3m?ec *?i/ur vnnr . nnsmnu i-.ji.TF >v?n SOUND PILOT. f~\WEN PRF.SCOTT, Pilots.or takes chance as muter and V' pilot of Teasel a bound to New Bed lord, over Nantucket Shoals, Boston, Portsmouth, Portland, Kennebeck, and OTHER PORTS. Office at Frye St Shaw's Nautical store, 222 Water strwt, corner Beekman. Reference to a number of merchants, and the several Insurance Companies in this city, Boston, and Portland. jvlft Imisr MARSEILLES LLNkfoF PACKETS. M M. M. '1'tiw midermontimu-d .liij-s will tie iVi;wlir!y dispatched l'r<an hence and from Marseilles ou the lxt of each moutli during the year:? From New York. Marseilles. COURIER, Cant, Dugitan, Jnne 1. Auk. 1 TRESCOTT, Caj't. Myrick, Jnl> I. Sept. 1 HELLESPONT, Capt. Adams, Aug. 1. Oct. 1 (J OR I OLA N I'8, Capt. Haile, Sept I. Nor. 1 H'RY ITiOMPSON,Capt. Sylvester, Oct. 1. Vec. I They are all coppered and copper fastened, and hare excellent iccouimodations lor passengers. Tilt-price of cabin passage will be $100, exclusive of wines uid liquors. Goods addressed to the agents, BOYD It HINCKEN, will ?e forw arded free of other charges than those actually paid. For freirht or nasaairt* annlv in "B'OVD & HINCKEN, Agenu, No 9 Toutine Buildings, or S. BROOM & CO., in20r 103 Kront street; KOK LONDON?10th October?Regular picket WELLINGTON, Capt. D. Chadwick, will as above, li-r regular day. Theaccommoditiom for cabin, second cibin and stuemge <iengers, cannot be surpassed, in tnis very ?U[>erior vessel, rions desirous of securing b*rtln should make early applica ,i to J08EPH McMUllllAV, ol ec 100 Pine st, corner South. NKW LINK OK LIVERPOOL PACKETS.? MnKfvPacket of 16th October ?The new and elegant packet WillJt m ''T "'"'If r' "Tf'l 1000 tons burthen, Captain J. Urit'ou, will sail on Monday, 16th October, her regular day. The ship* of this line being all 1000 tons and upwards,persons ibout to err,bark for the old country, will not fail to see the advantages to be derived from selecting this liue in preference to iny other, as their great capacity renders them every way more comfortable and convenient than ships of a smller class. Those wishing to secure berths in this magnificent ship, should not fail to make early application to W. J. T. TAPSCOTT. At thair General Passage Office, 43 Peck slip, corner of South st. The Rochester will sail from Liverpool ou the 5th December. Persons w isli ing to send for their friends ,can have them brought out in first class ships, sailing weekly, on.favorable terms. Drafts for any amount, payable ou demand without discount, in all the principal towita of England, Ireland, Scotland or Walea, constantly for sale as above. The Oarrick will succeed the Rochester, and tail ou the 25th October. s29r &?? KOR LIVERPOOL-NEW LINE.-Regular tW-TaV Packet of 25th October.?The splendid packet ship JttlllilbaOARRlCK, Captain Win. Skiddy, of 1000 tons, will sail as above, her regular day. For freight or passage, having handsome furnished acconiinodatioiis.apply on board at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall street, or to E. K. COLLINS & CO. Price of passage, $75. 56 South street. The packet ship R08CIUS. Captain John Collins, of 1100 tons, will succeed the OARRJCK, and sail the25th November, lier regular day. Passenger* may rely upon the ships of this line tailing punc tually as advertised. 02 BMik _ * ' i'11' wuli?An? ?^ew L*ine?lifuuli l?TOfyParkt't 16th of Octol)fr?The fine New York Imit: iillllr Packet ship ROCHESTER. John 1!niton, masMt BUO I mis, will sail on her regular (lay, 16th October. For freight or postage, having very superior accommodation!, apply to the Captain on board, at west aide Burling slip, or to WOODHULL & MINTURNS.OT South st. Price of passage, $75. The fine packet ship Hottinguer, Ira Bursley, master, 1050 tons, will succeed the Rochester and sail on her regular day, l6thNovember. o4 r tffg; ""FOR LIVERPOOL?To Sail the 7th of October. MnMPWli'i Regular Day?Tin well known splendid packet J^ftKashm GEORGE WASHINGTON. Capt. Burrow., will sail .is above. 11 is splendid accommodations for cabin, second cabin and steerage passengers, who will be taken on reasonable terms, if early application is mule to JOSEPH McMURRAV, 100 Pine street, s3ec corner of South. &&4T- FOR HULL.?A good ship now loading for Hull MRlljiVcaii take the bulk of 1100 bills light freight Apply to rftfw WOODHULL Si MINTintN, . ii ec 87 South street. PASSAGE FROM CORK?Via Liverpool?In MHkyyilie first spring ships ? We beg to inform our friend* " during the coining spring, 1814, we shall have a tegular succession of lirst class American shim, sailing from the above port every week, which will be tilted out in such a manner for second cabin and steerage passengers, as cannot fail to ensure them every comfort. One of our firm, Mr. James L). Roche, revides there, who will see personally to the forwarding of all our passengers, and will spare neither pains or expense to meet their wishes, and have them forwarded without any delay. Those sending lor their friends will at once see the adv uitage to lie derived by paying in our line. Apply to, or address if by letter post paid, ROCHE BKOTHKRS * CO. 33 Fulton street, next door to the Fulton Bank. or to JAMES I). ROCHE, II troree I'iaxzas, Liverpool, P. S.?ras sage certificates and drafts can he sent from this by the regular packet ships on the 1st, 7th, I3th, 19th and 25th of every moith, also by the Boston steamers on the 1st and 18th. FOR NEW-ORLEANS?Louisiana and New WjfSVVork Line?Positively first regular packet?The fast JBllaHsailing packet ship MISSISSIPPI, Captain Millard, will sail as ahorv For freight or past age, having handsome furnished accommodations, apply on board, at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall street, or to ? , . E. K. COLLINS Si CO, 56 South street. Positively no goods received after Monday evening, the 9th Inst. Shippers may rely upon having their goods by this line correctly measured. Agents in New Orleans, Hullen & Woodruff, who will promptly forward all goods to their address. 1 lie packet sl.ip YAZOO, Captain B. J. II. Trask. will succeed the Mississippi. ,,3,,. PASSAGE FOR NKW ORLEANS?Only reritfgV H"'?r Packet of the 10th October.?The splendid well WiliMlfi?aiiowii fast sailing packet ship MISSISSIPPI, Capt. Hilliard. will sail positively as above, her regulerday. This ship Ins splendid accommodations "or eahin, second cabin and ateerag' pas.e. gers. I'e sons desirous of proceeding to the above port and securing the h>*i ?>erilis, should not lail to m..kr early application on hoard, foot of Wail street, or to , \ i 81 TAP?;0 1 T, cor South st 1 lie packet ship Alabama wi 1 succeed llie .Mississippi, aid will sail on the 1 nil Octoliei, her regul ir day. 1 n ec jtAVL- FOR NEW ORLEANS? Commercial Line? **t4|^To sail the 7th Octolier.?i'lie splendid well known JMMMi'a' ket ship tNlCHOLAS ?ll),)LE, Captain True mill, Will Mil IU aOOTB. Ilai ?|>Undid accommodation* for cabin, cabin, ami ?ti?ra*f nuauigMt who will be taken on rttikoiMlfle tenna if early application be mule on la>ard, or to JOSKTH McMURRAY, i ?3 MS 100 fme itreet, cornet of South. W YO YORK, SATURDAY MC UNOL1SH EN (J RAVIN*li8.?Strangers visiting the city are uivitetl to call at 67 Canal ltrnet. a few doors west from Vroadway, south aide, where tliey will fiud one of the Urges t collections o( scrap and other engravings id the United Slates, at lower price* than ever yet offered. 'Hie trade supplied on 1 i beral tertna. Engravings by the old masters, and acarce boolu, bought and told; colora. stationery. lie. all lm?rc FRENCH CHINA. No. 4 SOUTH WILLIAM STREET, Up Staire ADALK8MK, Importer and Agent for Manufacturers, hai always on hand a large assortment for dinner aud tea sets ill plain white arid tilt French Porcelain, as well as I'iuuer and dessert plates, of all siies, assorted dishes, soup tureeus, covered dishes, salad bowls, fruit baskets, cuitardi anil ?ianil? Also, Tea and Chocolate Ware, Greek, Kiench anil Amsri- 1 can ahape. All the articles are warranted of tint beat quality, aud to be sold ou liberal tBHtf4 tu 1 <>Ls to uuil I'urch.isera. *87 Oin*ec 1 ARCHER'S FALL FASHION, FOH GENTLEMEN'S HATS, I AUTUMN?1813. NO W ready Tor sale and iuaiwction at hii old stands, 204 and 1 3k0 Greenwich street. < P. 8.?Alio, an elegant assortment of ineu's, boyi' and chil> dreu'a capa, ol entile new patterna all lui'ec | TO THE PUBLIC. 1 The firm heretofore known as 1 GENIN U VAN VRANKKN, HATTERS, I Having beeu dissolved, the aubaCTiber, i JOHN N. GiSNlN, j Has opened A HAT AND CAP STORE, 1 No. 90 BROADWAY. 1 Third door from Wall atreet. I JN. G. begs simply to atate hia determination to nse hla , beat exertions t?> make a HAT that for quality of material 1 rnd beauty of liniah cannot be excelled. He therefore truats to receive from hia fnenda and the public that anp|H>rt which will I puable him auccesjfully U> carry out hia designs. . JOHN N. OENIN, Hatter, 1 all lm*m 90 Broadway, 3d door above Wall it. rTU) A HCI1IT K< TS AM) BUILDKRS.-The subscriber ; I would respectfully inform hia customers and others, that in consequence of hia old atand ill Broadway lieing burnt il down, lie baa taken the premises No. 136 Croaby atreet near Houston, until such time aa the atorea in Broadway are rebuilt, and that | lie is uow prepared to exeute any ordora lor Ornamental W ork . and Carving that may be required, the same as formerly. New York, September 28th. 1813. JOHN GALL1ER, a29 lm*r 136 Crosby atreet. f^OAL.?Lar(e Nut Size. S4,60, Stove $4,76, aud freali Broken | v and Egg $6 l>er ton, of the beat reach Orcliard Ash. well ; icreened, weighed bv a city weigher and delivered free of cart- | He. A reduction ol 23 cents per ton if taken from the boats. PETER CLINTON, coruerof King 1 al9 2mr* and Greeuwieh streets I L. BAR ONTO. ! A RTI8T, in Alabaster. Marble, Scagliola, Ike., from Italy -is-lleapectfully invites the gentry, the iuhabitaiita, shopkeeprra, Bazaars, country dealers and the public in general, to see 1 his Museum of ArU, No. 23 Orchard street, (between Grand and Divisiou streets,) which ia now ojien for inspection, with a , splendid assortment of Italian and English ornaments ill Ala- I baiter, black marble, spar, auata, yellow stone, stalactite, red and various other marbles, verde di prato, granite, Ike., Sic. consisting of varioua sizes of groups, tigurea, busts, lazzes, llebe ewers, Etruscau vaaea, candlesticks, tapers, pen trays, ink J stands, watch cases, clock stands, time pieces, spill pots, urns, antique lamps, shell vases, oval vases, bottles, groups and single | dogs, tables, tlorentine baskets, bulls, cows, lions, broaches necklaces, obelisks, bell vases, gozzoly vases, ring vases, pap? weights, ring stands, card boxes, snull boxes, birds nests, aiuiantus, paiutiugs of Mouul Vesuvius, of Naples; books ou couchologj, mineralogy, geology, marine botanist, ike. Stc. Price of articles from 12k cents to $100. Cleaning ana repairing of every description on moderate terms. Admission free. s30 6w* r TO GUNSMITHS AND DEALERS IN GUNS. Qftn DOUBLE BAUREL GUNS, assorted, from commou /^OO l0 |ine 400 single barrel Guns, assorted, from common to fine 2000 pairs of Pistols, selling below the cost of importation 600 Hi ties, selling do do of manufacture 200 Muskets do do do do Gun Lock Limbs in every state of finish Tools and Materials for making Guus Gun Locks, Percussion Caps, Powder Flasks and Horns, Shot Belts aud Pouches, Game Bags, Dog Collars aud Chains, Sic. dtc.?for sale by A. W. SPIES & CO. who are constantly reciting from the foreign manufacturer regular SUPnliea of everv article inouired.for bv the trummiih I or sportsman. *19 lin'ec A A. SAMANOS offers for iale, at No, 6 Wall it, 10 hhds 1 Muscovado Sugar, and i 15 bags of Coffee, landing from brig X fax, from St. Jago j In Store? 10 hhds Sail cured Muscovado Sugar . uitable for refinen 4 boxes white Sugar, free labor 18 bales suiwrior Guisa Tobacco, citable for manufac ' turers. 350,m. Segars, of Lord Byron, Woodfi If,and a variety of other 1 brands WANTED?A Cooper. and a Mil aright that understands ] carpenter's work, to go to St Jago d; uba; must be single and of temperate habits. Apply asabov1 s8 1in*r D. M. PEYSER, & CO., VTO. 110 William street, corner of John street, and 4J7 BroadLN way have received, by recent arriv.ils, au extensive supply of the following FANC Y GOODS, which were carefully selected by a competent person at 1'ans, Berlin, inc., and which they offer for sale, in wholesale and retail, iii liberal terms, vir.? BerKn Zephyr and German Wonted?the most complete assortment. Berlin Embroidery Patterns?a choice selection. Can -ass for Embroidery, of cotton, worsted, licen, silk, gold and,, ,ver. of all widths and qualities. Silk Chenille, for embroidery, trimming and flower making. Purs* Twist, German, French and English, plain aud shaded, in skeins, sticks, and on spools. Floss tnlk for Embroidery and Fringe makers, in akeins and on spools. Suspenders, superbly embroidered, and Suspender Trimmings. Gold, Silver and Steel Beads, in all Not. Mother of Pearl, Gold, Silver and Steel Purse Ornaments. Gold and Silver Fringe, Braid, Cord, Twist, Thread and Tassels. Embroidery Frames, and a variety o( different Fancy Artielcs. Artificial Flowers?a choice selection. Fringes, of cotton. Worsted and silk, imported and domestic Gimps, Tassels, Buttons and all other kind of trimming. jv 17 3m*?e CHLORIDE OF GOLD. LB. BINSSE Si CO., 81 William street, inform the Pho tofraphists that they have just received per late arrivals a freih supply of Chloride of Gold from the Laboratory of one of the most eminent Chemists in Paris. They warrant it to be equal if not suiierior to any in the Unite<l States, whether maiiulactured or imi>orted, and offer it for sale in vials 1 j grains at $1. They have on haud a supply of most excellent plates, and all the chemicals used, which they offer for sale at reduced prices. Also on hand, three, four and six inch Achromatic Lenses, and Cameras constructed on the liarman system?Faucy Frames fur Portraits and Views s24 lm*r EMPIRE OF BEAUTY. The following Toillt articles are to be had genuine only at 67 Walker street, one door from the corner of Broadway :? Gooraud's Poudre Subtile?For safely, quickly and permanently eradicating superfluous hair from all pails of the humau frame. This we prove beyond all doubt to every purchaser requesting proof. Beware of counterfeits, containing deleterious properties, and utterly inefficacious. No agent in Brooklyn. Oouraud's Ean de Beante?For thoroughly exterminating tan, pimples, blotches, morphew, See. eliciting delicate white neck, hands aud arms, aud imparting a juvenile bioom, by its dilating properties, preventing the formation of wrinkles, and i banishing them when preyent. _ i Oouraud's Vegetable Liquid Rouge,'imparts adelicate blush- , ing tinge to the cheeks, immovable by rubbing with a haudker- 1 chief >r a cloth. Go mud's Blanc d'Espange, or Spanish White, gives to the ( comp *11011 a pure, life-like alabaster whiteness. In elegant boxes 25 cenU each. _ _ uowraml's lirecian Itair Dye?p or coloring red or grey hair, without staining the skin, warranted. SI per bottle. Eye Brow aim Whisker Dye, 21 cents tier bottle. Cream of L!lie??For removing Dandruff, making the hair rich, silky and glossy, and gradually changing it to a dark brown or raven black. 50 cents per bottle. Agents?2 Milk tl,Boston; 76 Chetnut st, Philadelphia; <Irey, PoUEhkeejvie; Guthrie, Albany; Mvera.New Haven; Wells Si Co. Hartford; Cowle*, Springfield; Faulkner, Norwich; Green Ik Co. Worcester; Carleton Si Co Lowell; llodwe NewburyPort; Pie?tou, Portsmouth; Patten, Portland; Giuld, Bangor; Thomas, Cincinnati!; Tuttle. Pittsburgh; George Stealey, Krankfort, Ky.; 9. Tousey, Rochester; Seth S. Hand, Baltimore. *13 lm*r NfclW YORK BTEAM SCOURING ESTABLISH" M ENT.?Clothi.ig repaired by Wm Joseph Smith, at No. 32 John llr*et. New \ork, entrance in John street Take no tice, all those whose garments, from long service, have become soiled and disfigured by grease spots, oil, ruin a, tar, pitch, Sic., can be taken out ol shawls, dreams, table covers, carpets, i cloaks, aud all descriptions ol cloth in the neatest style una 1 the shortest notice, by the subscriber. Stop and see for yourself, at No. 32 John street. All orders lefi are attended to ax speedily as |K>ssible, to any part of the city. He also intends carrying on, at the above place, the business of boot blacking, where he will be happy to receive and execute o der*. The blacking used by him is free from th? injurious mixture so de* tractive to leather found in ordinary blacking. oS lw?r W M. JO. SMITH. JOSEPH OILLOTT'S STEEL PENS.

REDUCED PRICES. 'PHE subscriber ii constantly receiving fresh suppliet of the a. above justly celebrated pens, which lie offer* to the trade at very low rites. In addition to the styles so well knowu, he lias recently introduced the fotlowiug new patterns, vil:? Nos. I, 2 and 3 Principality Pens, extra liue, fine .vud medium point*. No. 8?Caligriphir Pen?a prune article on pictorial card*, views of celebrated places. Nos 9and 10? Washington Pen?very fme point, and elastic, oil superb carda. lu evidence ol'the high estimation in which these Tens onheld, the following statement is made :? The number ol Pens manufactured at the worki of JOSEPH UILLOTT. from Doc. IfUl, to Dec. 1S42, waa 70,612 (102. The public are cautioned to be on their guard against ?puri mis articles. Eachjaickage of the genuine pens bears a fac simile of Mr. Gillou * signature. For tale by IiENRY JEsSOP, Importer, 91 John street. comer of (Jold A good supply of Windle'i and Motley kCo.'* London Pens. s29 lm'ec PATENT ELASTIC SHOULDER BRACE. THE SUBSCRIBERS offer, with full confidence in it* utilitv and usefulness, the above named article. This article is intended to brace the shoulders sup|iort the back, and expand the chest, giving a graceful outline to tlie figure, and will be found indispensable to person* of sedentary habits. Parents and guardians are |>articularly requested to examine this brace; it will be found to |ms?es? every requisite quality for which it is recommended, namely?to brace the shoulders of children and others who have acquired the habit of stooping, and retain their lorm in an upright position. They c\ii be worn j with porfect ease, being formed with an elastic back, aud will be found of no impediment U> the free use of the arms. The subscriber* al?o offer their celebrated Mastic Spring. Kussia or I Kidinu Belt. The above articles are manufactured under the i I Ml > i... 11 >? tt* i,, ,l?*rl IOH of" Mr. I'.irselU. W llo It.,* anuaik..! .., I the buiiiiit'ss for the Ust liiteen yeara, and may lie depended ,,n \? luprrtor to any artnle efler altered lor the name pu pose. Sold wholesale anu retail it the old establishment of PA11SKLL8 ?c AGATE, 237 Broadway, corner of Park Place. N. B ? Ladies will be supplied and fitted by calling at the real deuce of MAUAMt PAR8KLL8, 402 (ireen wiclusf n-et, between Hubert and Laiulit ?tre?t lO t3t*ec pO'n'UN.UH K ?40(1 b.'llJi "I American Kilr* Pilot Durk ^ Not iand.4 For tale by K. K. COLLINS * CO.. M South lUMt, RK H >RNING. OCTOBER 7, 18 Kingston, t auailu n [Correipoutleuce of Che lierald. 1 Kingston, Oct. 1, 1843. ^ The Provincial Parliament? The Apple of Ditcortl? ^ The Seat of Government?The People Humbugged b ?Knavery rewarded? The Governor General. Mr. Editor? " With all the pomp and parade, soldiers and cannon,liveried helotism, and barbaric mummery which V modern governments* have engrailed on the repreBejtative system, the Canadian Parliament was ^ opened on Thursday last. His Excellency the Go vernor, chief priest of the occasion, after tlie example of English custom, read his speech from the JJJ throne, which translated, means anything, every- tli thing, or nothing, according as contingencies may st arise, and the misdirected vanity of the subject be pt ing thus " pleased with a rattle, tickled with a in straw," the representatives of the good people be- ni look themselves to their calling, viz scrambling for F the epoils. The ins and the outs, or in other words, th those who now divide the lion's share of the loaves Ui and fishes among themselves, and those who seek gi possession of the same, made a demonstration ot a their hostile attitude The am ients used to have di gladiatorial shows for the amusement of the people. In this way they feasted iheir passions, and diverted w their attention frwm th<- direct robbery of them- ai selves by their'mnsters. The moderns, being chris- i" liamsed, have a thimble rigging process to arrive at k the same end. The one was open violence in clear th sunshine, and in the face of high heaven?the other tu is simply legerdemain. It is an improvement, doubt- g< les^, and as in duty (bound, the good people stare, ih and gape, and wonder, and glorify the wisdom of fi their masters?no, 1 am wrong-themselves. So ci much as descriptive of the genius of the system.? ai Now for the actors on this arena. tt The first day's fight was but a skirmish at tlie out- w posts. The full strength of the opposing forces was A not present on the occasion, but they gradually mus- gi ter in the camp. Oa Monday next they will be all h< drawn out in battle array. The speech from the n throne ia to be echoed and responded to, and al- at though thia doeB not always test the force ot the w enemy, it brings out the skill ot the generals in com- ? mand. Every thing bstokena an active and bloody if campaign ; what will be its issue no inan can tell w But to drop my allegorical style, and proceed to w prosilication, yet truth I must say that the present d Provincial ministry stand in a ticklish situation ? oi Since the last session ot Parliament, they have lost ground in Upper Canada. It is now certaiu that the n majority ot them have decided to make the seat ot It government a ministerial question, and go for Montreal The Upper Canadians look upon the policy rr as suicidal and destructive ol the best interests ot (S that part of the province, and what is worse, look 1h upon it as a cl/ar and unmistakable evidence, ol U French ascendancy, and the great and glorious e anglo-Saxon race (nnnd. the French are only Celts ? or Gauls) would rather bee; me Yankees with N. fi York, in place oI Quebec, for an outpost, than sub n mil io such an indignity. Well, this question when " it conies up will tiy them?the ministry I mean? h sorely. Many oftheir adherents in the UpperProvince will ? desert them, and the question may prove their defeat. That it will yet make the members ot the " cabinet Irom Upper Canada odious, is certaiu. He- " sides enlisting self-interest, it will bring into the n strife the pride ot race; and you know with what pi power and effect, passion and prejudice can be w brought into action under such influences. The M Anglo's, of Lower Canada, of course are mum? JJ, Belt interferes, and even the tori<"8 are willing tosa- 7 crifice at the shrine of supposed French ascendancy, }J to advance the interest ot their section of the Pro- " vince. In Toronto, a great many, jealous of the ? prosperity of Kingston yields up their amour pvoprt. 'a They think in case of removal to Montreal, the n courts of law and a Deputy Governor will be given u to them. Thhs a reflected ray of their former great- ? ness will shine upon them; whereas, if Kingston re- v mains the seat of government, Toronto will sink to ? a second rate town. How the mental vision does Jr tquint, when passion is the medium through which " the mind looks. The Toronto-wegians, as they 81 are called, do uot perceive that their real pros- P perity is not dependent on the location of a few !' paltry office holders, but on the fine agricultural }[ section of country of which their city is the depot and the outlet of its productions Kingston? dependent in fact for its prosperity en its situation, a mere stopping place where merchandize is re- w shipped from the lake to the Kideau canal, on its M way downwards, possesses at the best but an artifi- u ficial source of greatness, which the opening of the H St. Lawrence communication will destroy?clings e' to that secondary honor, the seat of government, ni a* something that will prevent it sinking into a gar- c< nson and military post on the lake, (.we the King- ?< stonese an assurance of the continuance and in- 8f crease of their carrying trade, and the site of govern- '? ment would be to them but a minor consideration l'r I am satisfied of this being the generul feeling?a dt few bigotted and impracticable spirits, whose pride of race, under aa apprehension of French supremacy, make the only exceptions to it. The home go vernment acted like as?es in not adhering to the " decision of Lord Sydenham, la agitating the queslion anew, or rather leaving it to the decision ot ihe ^ Parliament, they have thrown afire-brand amongthe el multitude. Already two of the ministry, the member el for Kingston and the county of Lanark,have resign- " ed. Their own indivukul interest makes it unpossible for them to cut their own throats volunta rily ; they therefore resign with eclat?gather round tl' their great name- the adulation of their constituents for their disinterestedness?to be. restored to something as good or better, when the matter is di posed of Thus the world wags?thus men get glorified re ?" aint" it a great age we live in 1 a. The " jiertond" of the Governor encases him in , mail proof, so that the opposition have lo direct all ' their attacks solely and only against his addisers. qu He is exceedingly easy of access, generous and th munificent to a proverb. None are refused admits , -ion to him, and what is more, it matters little what be the creeif or sect, if assistance for any benevo- ve lent or philanthropic purpose in wanted, his purse is alw iysopen. He is known familiarly by the name ra r>( Old Square Toes, derived doubtless fr< rn the me *h lfii)(fi(*al hnhif willi which lie trHiis?.t:i Imcinpnu Without posangging the aristocratic figure or easy an address of Sir C. Bagot, he looks the jolly, frank IT old English gentleman, and with common people, re he blurt'manners of the last is more popular than Bi the grace of the first. They find themselves more dc at home in his presence, and understand better its ge expression. la The Kingstonete look forward with pleasure to ar happy sketches in the New Yotk Herald of the do- ;>.< ingshere. All arc impressed with the belief that re the present session will be an interesting one, and e< as the Herald is not only largely taken here, but f( the paper most likely to give the raciest descriptions 31 ol the genius and character of our legislature, thev ir look forward to its arrival with the liveliest antict- A patton of a treat. Yours, h Quasimodo. IllooniliiKton, Iowa. ^ [Corrwpondmce of the Harald.J Bloominoton, Iowa, Sept. 21, 1843. w , ?r Galmn?Dixon?Rork Riwr?Rock Itland? Who gs ought not to Emigrate lVt?t,a>id who ought to. du Dkau hkraj.p :? wl I left the lead regions ten days ngo,and proceed- |T ed on horseback from Galena seventy milts south sti tast, to Duon, on Rock Itiver, Illinois, t.-unce one w< linnitrpj milpH knnlhw^i.t fn lttnrt?niniit?ii 1 (iiilena is the great emporium of lend, situated six {,*' miles up a little creek, called Fever river, which is gi' always deep enough to admit the Mississippi steambo .tri The town iu built in a little ravine, where there was not room euough to turn a mineral wag{on, till they dug into the bid* hill, mid made a fj0 street This town contains nearly 1000 inhabitants, ca m.iny good buildings, many fine churches and gsm- ba Jling houses, much gold, silver, and lead. The ,>r >ri$ht shining lead was piled up here like wood files at a steamboat whan. The Rock river coun- lat ry is similar to Iowa, rich prairie, dry and rolling, ou >ut is more destitute ol timber. I rode up into the ryi irairie east of Dixon, to see agreat curiositv of hu- bu n?n ingenuity. It is said, that yesrs ag?, the pa- th? riotic people who inhabited these regions, g?t an dea into iheir heads that at some future day a rail cia oud would be wanted to extend Irom the mnuth of lie he Ohio to Galena, to crosj Kock river here, and hese very extraordinary people set themselves hui ibout digging up the wild prairie, building stone v< Milverts levelling and excavating tor the rails. No nig nietake. ... At Rock Island, on the Mississippi river, near the I nouthof Rock river, nature has dealt most boun- *<" eons in forming a pleasant, u beautiful, a most "a nagnificent *i?>t for two villages, Rock Island on i,p|) he Illinois side, and l avenport on the Iowa side tw? ftciun- in ihe mirror of your eye this majestic ma iver, with while gravel shores, with a beautiful ?ei tresn isUnd in its centre, with its reck bound the ihores?from whence it takes its name. Just at rul he foot of the island opens, on either aide,a smooth &g< ? ERA 43. rump plain of hull a mile in width, with a beautill ascent to the bluff?the green bluff of one hunred feet elevation, crowned with majestic oaks, a arrier to shelter the villagers from the rushing 'indn Turn now on this elevation, and view the eautiful prospect. The twin sister villages, with leir fine hotels, stores, and warehouses; each with a magnificent court house, beaulitu! dwellings, irdens, streets, white fences, and green shades? te water, the islaud, the plain in the distuuce. I'erethia tile river Euphrates, I should be sure that lis was thut celebrated garden. Adam! what a >olish boy to leave such charms for that heedless oman ! Thou didst repent, when alas! it was too te Allow me here to attempt to describe who ought nt and who ought to remove West. There are lany who never ought to attempt to emigrate to le tar Wept, and there are many who ought to art immediately, and locate while the chances are iBsing which they wiah to obtain. I have lived i tne Eastern States, in the Middle, the W?atern, jd now have had several years experience in the ur Weet, (which latter name has now passed over le Mississippi;) therefore, I am a suitable judge of lose who ought and those who ought not to emi ate; " provided always," ihat I can be considered mau of discretion, who will view the subject candlv and impartially. Many are they who are contented ut the Eaa', ho are in possession of all the necessaries of life id comfort which reasonable industry can procure i any country, who have discretion enough to now that their condition is all lliey ought to ask; ley are happy where they are, and ought not to diairb their eommeudable contentment of mind, by ling to the Far West. All those whose deep atich:nent to their particular religious tenets, whose rm attachment to their brethren and church would xupe them to mourn the whole of the long roud nd a few days alter, whose purity would not allow lem to mingle with the great diversity of the orld at large, ought not to come to the Far West. 11 " exquisites," who are so nice that it would rieve them sorely to get into the mud; or it their orse should " get stalled in a slue," that they could ot, either male or female, bounce out into the mud tid water, and pack out trunks and babies; or rhose garments are too nice to brush against the 'hitewash in the log cubin, or condescend to live i one, or set down on a log and converse tamiliarly ith a "live Hoosier," without being struck dumb rith a crimson shock ot mortification, or live three ays upon " com bread and common doings" withut crying, ought not to go to the Far West. But many are they at the East who have accu* rnlated a few hundred dollars, which to expend ir a farm in their native neighborhood, would :arceiy get a piece large enough to maintain a falily j or men oi middle age who have a lamily rowing up, for whom they nave spent many years ibor to procure a subsistence, who believe that by >cating in the West their property will be vastly nlianced with six times the quantity ot laud, which 'ill produce filty per cent more, and that too with Ity per cent less labor. All such ought to m ike linledmte arrangements to start tor the Far West All lechanics, merchants and professional men, who ave often thought seriously ot going sooner or later, liey can never be contented at the blast, and the ooner they start lor the Far West, the better. With a great portion ot the Americans there is a am ot character naturally and peculiarly adapted j western life?a trait ot character which has been anded down Irom those who cultivated and translanted this romantic genius from the old to the new 'orld?an active, excitable and powerful passion, 'hich leeds with delight upon prospective vition? oon founding mighty cities, states, and empires here is truly a deep interest and extreme pleasure 1 entering upon the wild prairie and locating a farm." Here, on this green elevation, is to he my welling house, and there, near the spnug or creek, i to be my barn, and there will my stock of anitals, as did Adam's stock, luxuriate in plenty and nbounded freedom?here shall be my garden and rchard, aud tliete my fields of grain; or, in the illage, to watch with intense interest the clearing I trees and brush?the grading of streets, tne laylg of walks, the planting of trees, the piles ot lumer and brick, the fine new buildings going up,while iirrounded by the native oak in every direction, resent ng a sublime and truly grand view, amoug big rustic trees and green foliage. With what itense interest do the " new settlers" look upon the newcomers," as they step from the wagon, the age or the boat?the greeting of friends?the aux ty for expected Iriends?the whereabouts Irom 'hence they came?ihe characters who are te be leir neighbors?the belles and beaux! What an iterating una aeiigtuiui prospect at a gay party ! [ere is found all the diversity of character, gatheri together from every section of our wide spread ition, mingling in the dance, or, in some secluded >rner, a small group, talking of the bright prospect ' their devoted church, knowing, as all common nse persons do, that tney are thrown together to rm one community, in which they esteem it a ivilege to represent their place to the best of their acretion, instead of keeping themselves in retired elusion. In fact, retirement and seclusion are not nown here. All is lite and animation?all it on .e rapid advance towards that great, important and igh destination which awaits the mighty West re not our "young earthquakes" already hear I in lehallsof our national legislature, with such powrand numbers us to shock the granite hills of the 1st, and cause the flaming south to tremble at the 'ospect of their lit tie volcano being swallowed up"! .1st so true as our nation exists, the mighty west is ?8tined to be the heart?the great farm ol the naun?the garden of the world. A long adieu, Iowa. DO-The Hon. Mr. Irving, in moving a series of solutions in the Legislative Council of Canada, in >probati?n of the speech delivered from the throne r the Governor-in Chief, pays the following elotent and flattering compliment to the citizens ol e United States, through whose cities and villages e remains of the late Sir Charles Hagot were conyed The verdict of the country had been rr?*,?y g?*ne ' lly expressed by addresses prior to the demise ol e late Sir Charts Bagot; and the grief that preiled throughout the Province, failed not to make i honorable impression on our neighbors in th? nited Slates Ttieir gener uh and disinterested ception of the mortal remains of the illustrious igot will ever be remembered, and will ever remnd to their fuine as a nation; yes, honorable ntlemen, an enterprising and industrious people id aside thtir worldly cares?their crowded mart* id populous cities?suspended all business, that the jnored bier and preciousdead might be m.ived in sprcttul solemn silence along the whole line of ountry through which it was to pass, until it arrivd at the sea board, from whence it was waited in ilety by the propitious nales ot litaven, and born* iumphaut, like a rich conquest, o'er the extended tlautic, till it arrived at that glorious Isle that gave im birth, and well may boast ot ouch a son. Latkr prom Rio Granok.?The brig Delaware, aptain Mercier, arrived at Philadelphia from in Grande, which she left on the 12'ti Augua', ith a full cargo of Indeo, bones. See. Hides stunri i board 1()| a llic perpound, principally in barter, ilt was worm 40 cents per bushel, on which the ity is 20 perc nt on valuation Political matters, b understand trout Captain Mercier, remain pretty uch in the same state as at our la*t advices ; the *urgents ugainst the Brazilian government were II in the same lorce in the interior, but from their into! arms and means were unable to stand here the government troopa wh-never they came in ntact; in the la*t recontre 230 of the latter put flight nearone thousand of the rebels ; still th-y v? much annoyance to the loyalists and interru; t e trade of the Province. Latkst fnom Pkknambdco.?Hy the brig R. F >per, at Philadelphia, we have dates from Per imbuco to the 3J ult. at which time the stock o ur on hand of all kinds was5000 barrels; Amen n was retailing at 17 a 18||; Trieste 14 a 19|| pe i ne|. There were no Sugars in market, but the < Dspects for the coming crop were very good. Latkr from MicxictT^We received somewhat er advices yesterday from Vera Cruz. It tunif I to be true that Santa Ana has succeeded in car ng the elections in the department of Vera Cruz; t lie is in a minority in the country generally, and ?ref >redo we look for new revolutions The health of V<m Cruz, according to the oHiI report, was quite bad. Intermittent li vers. [[Thousand other ilise ;sea prevailed with unusual 'erit?. The yellow fever had partially declined, I afterward broke out with new vigor. Tl^ ather was marked by frequent ruins and cold [hts.?AVtr Orleans lt</'ubliain,'2&h ult. ^athst from Camprachy ?The schooner Rcio arrived here yesterday, with news from Cain- i chy to the 18th instant. A Inter Irom Cam- ' chy announces the sailing of an armed brig , ) gunboats, Ace., with 500 men, under the coinnd of Generaj ^antinanat, for the purpose of re- t> ving the war in the province of Tobasco, against Mexican government. This indicates that the ^ ere of Yucatan intend to recommence hostilities uuat Santa Ana ?New Orleans Tropic, 27in ult. LD. Prlc# Two Cull, Court of Common Plena Before Judge UUhoetter. Oct. !.? Roach vi tke Corporation In thli case continued Irom yesterday, the Court charged, that the'Com mittee of the Common Council hid no ngnt to transfer their powers to the Board el Water Commissioners- that they rouId only discharge the duties auigned them them?elv<**, and not delegate them to other*. A contract made by the Committee would be valid, but sot to a contract made by the Board empowered by them II, at the time when Mr. Roach was appointed regularly by the Croton Aqueduct Board, by ordinance of the Common Council, there waa no additional rate of (alary stipulated on, then Mr. Koach had a right to iue, and recover aa much aa ha could prove auch aervicea were worth; but 11, oo the other hand, he had cviisentud to discharge the dutiea ol Register of Rcuta, without additional compensation beyond the salary previoufly paid him by the Water Board, then he wa? debarred from ail right 01 action tor extra services. The question lor the jury to decide, from the testimony of Mr. Hteven* on the one band, who atatee that Roach claimed extra coni[>eniation, two week* alter the Water Board ttaiumed the duties of the Committee, and that he told him it would be all made right. On the other hand, Aldermen Davits, Nesbitt, and Dodge agree, that the Committee expressly underatood from Mr. Stovena, that Mr. Hoach waa aware of the conditioni on which the Water Board had undertaken the ditties, and that no appropriation* would be made by the Corporation lor extra aervicca. The jury must deaide from thia teati. mony, whether or no Mr. Roach had consented to discharge the additional duties. If they thought he did ao consent, then the defendant waa entitled to a verdict?if the contrary was tho tiuth, then Mr. Roach had ajuat claim on the Corporation. At to the delay in not making a claim belore the month of October, the. Court waa of opiuion that the objection urged by the counsel for the defence on this point wna not material, inasmuch aa the time waa ao shoit that it could not be accounted a legal obstacle to the claim. The letter of the Committee, making enquiry from the Water Board what they eftimated the extru services ol Mr. Roach aa worth, showed oiearly that there was an opinion extant, that he waa entitled to some compensation; though, alter the Board had replied, atating such services as worth $400, the vote of the Cem* mittee on tke question was auainst the grant. This, the Court thought should be taken into considerations* well as the fact that <Mr. Stevens, as chief of the Water Board, had been allowed by the Corporation the aum of $600 as a compensation for his ser vices,ou behalf of the Committee. The jury returned a verdict for the plaintiff in the sum of $1?). For plaintiff; A. H. Dana, Esq.j for Corporation, David Graham. Jr., Esq. Cul^ftlar for Hornlay, Oct. 9.?Nos. 6W, 41, 17, AO, 134, 143,38, 9, 11, 88,43, 38, 8H, 131, 25,30, 130,30 30, ?, 46. ENGLISH A 1)V ERTISEMENTS. 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I'uncli at 4s till perqr, and all the London and Koreign Newspaper* as they appear are regularly supplied, wholesale and retail, by P. L. 81MMONDH, Newspaper and IViiodic&l Agent, 18 Conihill, Londou. Subscriptions 111 advance, may be paid into the Herald Office, on Mr. Siinmonds' ttotul, Advertisements received for insertion in all the Loudon, I loan try and Foreign Journals. ?28tl '"PHE NEW YORK III.KALI) is regularly Hied in Londou l by Mr. P. L. SlM.MONDS, Agent for the American Papers, British and Foreign Newspaper Office, 18 Cornhill, Loudon, opposite the Royal Exchange, where orders and advertisements will lie received. s28tfr BELMONT HOUSE-NKW BRIGHTON GEORGE PKIHISS, ill returning his gnweful acknowledgments to the uumersus ladies ami gentlemen who favored the above establishment during ihe past season, l>egs to announce that he has made every suitable arraugement lor the winter, to accommodate families and siugle boarders. The dining-rooms anil dormitories will be found comfortably and elegantly furnished. The table will be supplied with the choicest (irov isious, and the wines will be found eotial to any. The proximity of Belmont House to the eity, with eicellenl steamboats ply iug at stipulated hours, the well known attention ol .be host anil civility of the attendants, combined with the locar Hon, being within a step or the landing-place, renders this establishment the most social and convenient in the Union. Terms willj>e found exceedingly moderate. [?./-" Oood stabling and coach houses attached to the pre < mises. sl< tft HAVANA MANSION HOUSE HOTEL rPHE undersigned takes occasion to inform his friends and ' the public, that the Manstou House is now located in luInisiilor street, No. 67. in the vicinit) of the steamboat landing and vegetable market, naviug commodious family apartments, arranged 111 the neatest order. A person is employed to procure permits to land passengers, baggage, Sir. who will board vessels immediately after thetvisit of tlie revenue officers. N. B.?Visitors to this Island should procure a passport from (lie Spanish Consul, at tne port of embarkation, to obviate difficulties and inconvenience. S21 Bin.e WILLIAM FULTON. "IMPORTANT TO INVALIDS AND VISITORS TO THE ISLAND OK CUBA. PROGRESS HOTEL, A,-* mr 111 riru, uiit uiiiri iroin iMvani. mis establishment it idnntaneoosly situated, properly Attn] up mil iitti-ini. il, iitr*inlitiK tiie benefit of a country life without excluding the comforts an?l pleasures of the Capital, or preventlilK a timely attendance to business. Kvery attention is promised by the owners to meet the satisfaction of their visitors. CHAHOK8. UoardniK for a single person in one room 12 00 a day. " " two or three |*rsoni in one room' il W a day ach person. With families a particular a?reement may be entered into. N. B.?Omnibusses are running from inorninK'till night between the Cerro and Havana, making the trip in half an hour. s2l Im f* HATS-KALL FASHIONS, IS4J?The subscriber improves the occasion presented by tbe (all chance in ttsar i ishion of haU, to, invite his l'riei.ds. customers and t)w public in ventral, to his Kstablishmcuts, No. 130 Chatham street, and 94 Canal, corner of Wooster streets, where he offers for sale and ins|>ection a large and e'evuit assortment of Hats and Caps, at 'Ilreinely low prices. He |mrticulsrly invites their nttention to his fine Nutria Kur Hats, at #3, warranted water proof, and id retain their color and shape fl? would also call their a'.ten 'ion to his short n ipt Milk 11 its. rt S2 2b and 82 M. Also, his <u per tine Moloskin Hats, at the low price ol (1. The aboveuientioned IIhls are neat and durable, and compare ad van t.uieously with hats sold hi this citv at Slauu $i. WILLIAM BANTA, No. 130 Chatham St., and 94 ( anal, cor. Wooster st. s2 5w(lwis)*m A Ml I VllSSkV SHI IKS < HKAI'EK THAN EVF.R. A 1 WALKER'S OLD STAND, 419 Broadway, where may be found a complete assortment of all the different kinds, colors, sorts aud sites, for Udies, misses and children. ? Jailers, Boots, Buitkins, N|i|??*?n?, and walking shoe*. Alto, India Kuhhers and Moccasins.snd waur proof over shoes of the Utrst Ntylf and fashion; misses' ind children's (iaiters of ill kinds and colon, in the Kre.itest style and variety, ol all >ues and suited to all U*t*s, Rentlemon's, hoys' and children's ?oots and shoes, of French and native calf, c 'arse ind fine, in 11 their varitty, mdy m4i ofnidi t<> oivv, atthewMM notice. Gentlemen's overshoes, and an innumerable assortment of other Roods, at WALK ILll'A, 410 Broadway, corner of Canal st. N. B.?Heads of families, by patronizing this est blishineot, win iiit*i a sit v iiik ui ?jiu ju |wr cpiii. ol im'W PARIS BOOTS AND LASTS \1ADK TO OKDKR, By E. Hi U S E 11. 175 Broathmy, (HnsemtrU.) On* door from Conrtlandt street. k'. Sl/Sr.H, Bootmaker, and M*kerof Luti, an Elw" of Olerce of Paris, begs leave to inform hit irieiidi and all the amateurs of a gentlemanly "chanssure," hat he caii now make, in New > ork, with the Imt French materials, all thai u so perfectly made m Paris by his m utrr, the (jlebrateil Bootmaker Clerce, kIhw numerous customers on this side of the Atlantic are res|iectfully invited to try Suser'a Boots and Laj's, twlore they despair of being " chaussee" in New York, after the lucent latest Paris fashion. Alto, the genuiue Paris Jet Black Varnuh told. 417 Im'rc SAVE YOUll MONBV. KALI. AND WINTEK BOOTH, 75 per cent <beeper than at any other establishment in the city. ' all, examine, and be convinced of the facta, that yon cau get the very best nuality of boots, with everlasting patent sole* on, made to your orders at the very low price of five dollars and (jly cents per pair , the same ijnaluy ol boot* are selling at other tUiblishineiiU at from $7 JO to ("all at CUBBKRLtY k VIICKELL. s!2 lm*m 137 William at.. N. V. BUOTS AND SIIOKS-WILSON k JOHN Mg^BqfSON, Successor* to John Hatchings. deceased, ia>e on liand and for sale, from the beet rnanul ictories iu the :ountry? 100 (. ase? < oerse Sewed and l'egged Boou, men ud boy*. I (Hi " Kine " ' " 1000 Pair Morocco Bnskin*. 1000 " Ladies' Fine Slipper* 3000 " ( hildren'* Shoes, various color*. .'00 11 W'uiiirns ami l**,t*r. "J9" ! I'idi* Rubbers, trimmed ami pin in. r.or sale in lots to nuit purchasers, at their store. V, .. lin CHATHAM STREET, opposite RoMTelt. N. u.?'l he store bemt open until in o'clock in the evening, ;ive? country merchant! an opportunity to eiamme goods at ' -'if leisure., aW "li< >01' A N D "SH OK STOKE. ' ' JOHN II!' \ I) V r-ipe.'tIiiJIv in forma lua friend* d the public, that lie has commenced business id the above l;ne, at No 99 Suun slreet. where lie will thankfully receive nil faithfully v, ? tile, all orders he mav be lavorej with on th? , - file terina 'of r??H. jvWr RhMOV AL ?India Rubber Show and Over Shoe#.?Just received fiotn our factory, for fall trade, a large aaaortment of india Rnbl*r Shoes, consisting of plain and ligured lined and lined rubbers; gent* elastic upper over-shoes; ladies' elastic up<-r sandals, leafh; r and rnnher tides; ladies' fur and ribbon ound l>r*ci ills and LSuskiiis; ladies' elastic quilted "ilk overhoes, new style; Itoloe * noes, and various styles of nnurt' and luMren's shoe*. which we oiler at the latent reduced prices. 20 Will pairs ladies tnd men's rubber shoes, figured and plain, y the case or trimmed and cleaned bv the dozen. MOO pair* ladies' lined and fur liounii rubbers, Merc-muit* are requested to examine the stock st our new store, (0.25 Maiden Lane. HORACE H. DAY, Successor to Roiburv I. R. Co. ?26 tmr ii Maiden Lau?.

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