Newspaper of The New York Herald, October 9, 1843, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated October 9, 1843 Page 1
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i th: Vol. IX ?No. ?07 ? Wholi No. ?48?J To the Public. THE NEW YORK HERALD?daily newspapcr-published every day of the year except New Year'* day and Fourth of July. Price *J centspercopy?or $7 28 per annum?postages paid?cash in advance. THE WEEKLY HERALD?published every Saturday morning?price 8} cents per copy, or $3 l'J per annum? postages paid?cash in advance. ADVERTISERS are informed that the ciroulntion of tlic Herald is over THIRTY THOUSAND, and increasing fast. It has the largest circulation oj any paper in thil city, or the world, and is, therefore, the best channel for hw siness men in the city or country. Prices moderate?cash in advancc. PRINTING of all kinds executed attha most moderate prices, and in the most elegant style JAMES GORDON BENNETT, Piiopbietor ok thi Herald Establishment, Northwest corner of Fulton and Nas^nu street* | (ill LIVKKPOQL?JUgttJw packet or the 13th WKJfflV October?The tir?t class fast sailing ?h |> UNITED frniTrM ?'''L'a ( apt. Crit'on, burthen liOO tons, will Mil as above, being her regular day. _ Her accommodations for cabin, second cabin and steerage passengers are too well known to require comment, and as a number of her berths are already engaged, |>ersoiis intending to einbark should make immediate application oil board, foot of Maiden lane, or to the subscriber, JOS. McMURRAY, 100 Pine street, o'Jr comer of South. BLACK BALL, OK OLD LINE OK L1VERmHMpWPC)C)L PACKETS-Regular Packet, and sails on JUHm I hunday, the 18th Octolier?The magnificent, well known, very last sailing packet ship ENGLAND, burtheu WiU tons. ( apuin Samuel Bartlett, will sail positively as above, her regular day. The accommodations of this splendid packet for cabin, 2d cabin and steerage passengers are unsurpassed for splendor, conve inence and comfort bv any vessel Those embarking for tl,e old country will find it to their interest to select this desirable conveyance. For passage, which is very low, aud to secure) tne best berths, early application should lw made on board, loot of Beekmnn st , or to the subscribers. ROCHE, BROTHERS Hi CO,, 35 Kultonstreet. next dwor to the Kulton Bank. P. S.?The Kuglaud sails from Liverpool on the 7th of December. Persons sending for their friends can have them brought out iu her, or ill auv of the packets comprising this magnificent aud uiiei|iialle<'.me, sailing from that port punctually on the 7 th and 19th of each inouth. I)tall? at siirht Cor auv amount drawn direrf nn the lira : ! Bank of Ireland, anil on Messrs. Prescott, Orote, Amu & Co. Bankers, London, winch arc paid free of discount or any charge whatever, in every town throughout England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Kor i>.issage^ Sic. apply as above. The favorite packet ship < XKORD, will succeed the ENGLAND, aud sail for Liverpool on the 1st November, her regular day. o6r ~~OLl) BLACK BALL LINE OK PACKETS^ MrVVVKor Liverpool?The splendid fast sailing packet ship GMfaKNliLAN1), Capt. Bartlett, will be despatched as above, h?r regular day. She has superior accommodation for cabin, second cabin and steerage passengers. Those wishing to secure berths will reiniirt to make early application to JOHN HERDMAN, 61 Mouth st, near Wall street. N. B.?Pas-a^e from Great Britain and Ireland, via Liverpool, can at all times he engaged, on the lowest terms, by any of I ho regular packet ships, and draf's furnished for any amount payable at the National aid Provincial II. nk of Ireland, and at nil the principal towns throughout the United Kingdom, on application as above. o7 r NEW LINE OK LIVKHPOOL PACKETS.? MMRjfW Packet of Ifith October ?The uewand elegant packet MKagMbB-'hip ROCHESTER, 1000 tons burthen, Captain J. Brittoii, will sail on Monday, 16th October, her regular day. The ships of this line being all 1000 tons and upwards,persons about to embark for the old country, will not fail to see the advantage* to be derived from selecting this line in preference to any 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. At J. T. TAPSCOTT, At their General Passage Office, 43 Peck slip, corner of South st. The Rochester will saij from Liverpool on the 3th December. Persons wishing to seud for their frionds.rau have (hem brought out in first class ships, sailing weekly, on favorable terms. Drafts for any amount, payable on demand w tltout discount, in all the principal towns of England, Ireland, Scotland or Wales, constantly for sale as above. The (iarrick will succeed the Rochester, and sail on the 25th October. stir KOR LI VERPOOL?NEW LINE.-Regular Kr*3?V Packet of 25th October.?The splendid packet shin JMnlbUAKRICK, Captain Wm. Skiddy, of 1000 ions, will :'I i "?>*' . her regular day. For freight or passage, h iving handsome furnished accommodations,ap|Hy ou board at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall street, or to E. K. COLLINS &. CO. Price of passage, $75. 56 South street. The packet ship HO SCI US. Captain John Collins, of 1100 tons, will succeed the GARRIGK, and sail the 25th November, her regular day. Passengers may rely upon the ships of this line sailing puuc tually ns advertised. o2 Jrjjj?- Kill LIVERPOOL?The New Line?Keguli MR4WVPacket 16th of Octolier?The fine New York bui1 . MMBBiMiiri.ship ROCHESTER, John Brition, maste. SOU ions, will sail oil her regular day, 16th October. Forfreicht or passage. having very su|ierior accommodations, apply to llie Captain ou hoard, at west side Hurling slip, or to WOODHULL <k MIN TURNS, 87 South it. Pi ice of passage, $75. The fine packet ship Hottinguer. Ira Bursley, master, 1050 tons, will succeed the Rochester and sail on her regular day, 16th November. 08 r FOR LONDON?l"th October?Regular picket kWffVshir WELLINGTON, apt. D. Chadwick, will jS&fill^sail as above, her regular day. The accommod<liuiii for cibiu second c?bin and steerage passe .ge's, canuot be surpassed, in tliis very superior vessel. Persons desirous of securing berths should make early applica l,on to JOSKPH .Vic.V.URRAV, ol ec l"0 Pinest. corner SouthJrijfSr FOR HULL?A good ship now loading for Hull WP-???Vcaii take the bulk of P00 hbls light freight Apply lo WOODHULL Si MINTUHN, i|e( 87 South street. PASSAGE FROM CORK-Via Liverpool-In MMRjfWthe first spring ships.?We beg to inform our friends JMnfaa'l>at during the coming spriwj, 1844. we shall have a regular succession of first class Americau ships, sailing from the above port every week, which will be fitted 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 D. Roche, resides there, who will see personally to the forwarding of all our passengers, and will spare neither pains or expense to inert their wishes, and have them forwarded without any delay. Tho-e sending for their l'rieuds will at once see the advantage to be derived by paying in our line. Apply to. or address if by letter post paid, ROC HE BROTHERS k CO. 35 Fulton street, next door to the Fulton Bank , or to ii\H'? n ui ii ' II u' II Goree Piazzas, Liverpool. P. S.?Passage certificates and drafts call !>? sent from this by the regular packet shi|>s on the 1st, 7th, 13th, 19th and 2.Mh of evrry mosth, also by the Boston steamers ou the 1st and Ifith. <30 r FOR HAVRE.?The snpeiior French ship Ml KlJrJrVN E R VE, Captain d'Acheun, will sail on or about MMNHa'he 21th instant. Forfieight or passage, apply to , CREAGH ?c HEYDECKER, or to BOYD It H1NCKEN, 06 r 9 Tontine Buildings. KOR .NEW ORLEANS?To sail positively on MsXj^'he ' ?The elegant first class ship GEORGE \ sT K VENS, Capt. Cushing, will be despatched as a nove. This ship oilers a most desirable conveyance for a limited number of second cabin passengers, as no steerage passengeis will be taken; the second cabin is handsomely fitted up with state rooms, and all other arrangements necessary for the comfort of passengers For passage, apply on board the ship, pier in E. It., foot of Old slip, or to JOHN HERDMAN, 61 South street, near Wall street. N. B.?The subscriber has first class ships sailing weekly for the above port, by which passage can be engaged .it the lowest rates, "'>r . REGULAR PACKET FOR NEW" ORLEANS WTf"fV?Packet of 14th October.?The splendid well known EMaLTp..i.- ?hip NORTH CAROLINA, Captain, will sail punctually as above, her regular day. This fine p.irket has accommodations for cabin, second cabin, and steerage passengers, far superior to any other ship sailing to the above port. The price of passage is low, and those wishing to secure berths should not fail in making early application on hoard at pier foot of Jones' lane, nest Wall street, or to 1 vv. St J. T. TAPSCOTT. Ai their General Passage Ollice, 43 Peck slip, corner South st Who have also regular hrst .'lass packets sailing weekly to London, Liverpool, New Or eans, Mobile, Savannah, and Charleston. ICR NEW ORLEANS?To sail positively mi Mj3f3nythe 12th Octolier?The first class elegant packet ship JIMMbl.IIIEi<T V, I'apt. Norton, will be despatched as alle In r regular day. She has unsurpassed accommodations for cabin, second cabin, and steerage passengers, w ho will lie taken at a moderate rate by applying on board the ship at Pier 12 E R-, or to 07 5tr JOHN HERDMAN, 61 South st, near Wall st. FOR NEW ORLEANS?Louisiana and New WMrSVYork Line?Positively first regular packet?The fast jKlkl&ailiiiu l"icket ship MISSISSIPPI, Captain IHIIard, will sail on the loth iust.,orfieight free. For freight or passage, having handsome furnished accommodations, apply on board, at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall street, or fo E. K. COLLINS (t CO, M South street. Shippers may rely npon having their goods by this line correctly measured. IVwsengerx by this ship will please be on board the steamboat Hercules, at Whitehall, to-morrow, (9th inst.) at If P. M., at w liich time the ship will sail. ? * ' '>'1 I1..II.., ft Wiwulmlf ?;|| promptly forward *11 Rood* to their address. The imcki t ship V A/OO, CaPtAin D. J. H. 1 rank, will succeed the Mininippi, and sal1 2iuli inst. oflec PAHSAOK FOR NKW ORU'.A NS-CMv reMffVfKl*' packet of the IOth October.?T!if splendid wall JijKWMMkiiowii fiat Hitiliuic packet ship .VI IHSMrslTPI, ( apt. billiard wilt sail positively aa above, her rejfuler day. '1'liia snip ha* splendid accommodations for cabin, second cabin and steerage paaiergers. I'aiaona deeifoua of proceeding to the above i>ort and securing the beat berths, should not fail to iimIo' early application on ooard, foot of Wall street, or to \V. ?c J. T. TAPSCO PT, cor South at The packet ship Alabama ?i I succeed the iVlisnssippi, and v ill aail on the lith October, her regular day. i'6 ec A/&C I''OR NKW ORLEANS? Line? vvWTo sail the 7th October.?The splendid well kuown JiMbMfaaP'i'ket ship WIt HOLAS HIIMH.K, Captain l'iueliiin, will sail a* above. I Ilia splendid accommodations for cabin, second cabin, and steerage passengers, who will be taken on reasonable terms il' ?arlv application be made on board, or to * " JOSKPH M< MURRAY. 0|M 100 Pine street, corner of South. NKW YORK * BOSTON SOUMj l'i LOT. AWKN PRK8COTT, rilots, or takesi chanre as master and < ' pilot of reasels bound to New Bedford, over Nantucket Miosis, Boston, Portsmouth, Portland, Kennebeck, and OTHKit PORTS. Office at HfyefcHhaw's Nautical store, 22J Walar street, corner Beekman. Reference to a number of merc!k.? tn, niul th?* Kfveral Imubww Compani^i in thi* city, Boa uttf I ortHnM Elf I M'.H (Hl.- iVi bl>l? Lard Oil, of *> r\ iiiprrior quality, for J< ?al? by E. K. COLLINS ft CO., oi it 46 South (tract. E NE NE FOR BUFFALO AND ALL PARTS OF THE WEST ASSOCIATION PAASXUTTTTFVICE T(TAL."N7 Utica $2 00 Rochester, $3 00 Syracuse, 2 25 Buffalo, 3 50 Oswego, 2 25 I p. and Lower ('ana(la.5 50 By the fast line U) Buffalo and found, $8 00. For pas'wce apply to Nr. l. hay, ?n2^3m m <M!::'- "street. New York. -?"~~~ FOR HALIKAX ~A7.IJ ~TVEFPOOL. The Km a I Mail Steam Ship A<-AD I A, Alexander B ri -, Esq., Commander, will 1 'w,vt' H stou for the above ports on Monday, October 16th P*.iii;e w l.i e'pool $120. ''"KHi- u? Huliiax 20. Api-K u? D. BRIOHAM, Jr.. Airent, Oft No 3 Wall street. KIlii CHAKLKSl ON, KEY W hi ST, HAVANA. NEW OULKAN8, AND GALVESTON. TEXAS-Steam Shi,, ~**U*2jiiJlLL,' NEPTUNE, Captain William Rollins? ^^?Sfc?To sail on Tuesday, Oct her ,0th, at 4 o'clock P. M. This ?ui>enor |>acket steamer has been thoroughly overhauled and put iu i>erlect order for the season, iier cabins aud state rooms are elexautly furnished,and passengers can rely ?u ?verv comfort aud accominoilation in her. For passage as above, in the cabins or siieraae. and for lieht tp'rttln for I harlestou, apply on board, at the Tobacco Ins|>ection, foot of Clinton street, or to o37t J. H . BROWER, 75 Wall ?t. - . TRAVELLERS GOING SOUTH OR WEST?Sixteen hours in advance of the U. 8. Mail?Tri-Weekly Line to Savanuah, connexion with the Central Railroad to Macon and the West The splendid steam packets GENERAL CLINCH, Capt. J. P. Brooks, ami ITU A HI.VSTON. ('nnt. I?\ lianlfn. u ill Isxvc cliarlmron pvp. i ry Taesday, Thursday and Saturdiy morning, at 9 o'clock, iif- ] ter the arrival of the Wilmington boats from the north, arriving at Savannah the sime day, and will leave Savannah on the tame days as ahove, at ii o'clock P. M., after the arrival of the cars from Macon. Travellers w ill find thi* to be the cheapest and most expeditions route to the south and west. The above boats are fitted up in a superior style, and 110 expense or pains will be spared to ensure certainty, comfort, and exiieditiou to the travellius iui)lic. JOHN B. LAFITTE, Agent, Fitzsimmons' wharf, Cha'leston. Charleston, September, 1843. sl7 2m*r r DRAFTS ON ENGLAND."IKKLAND |HV Sic.?Persons about remitting money to llieir friends in the "old country," cau be supplied with Drafts, in sums of 1, 2, 3,5,10. St ?50, or any amount, payable on demand without discount or any other charge, at 'he National Hank of Ireland, Provincial Bank, do., Messrs. jimes Bull, Sou St Co., Bankers, Loudon, I. Barned Si Co., Exchange and Discount Bank, Liverpool, Eastern Bank of Scotland, Greenock Banking Company, Sir Wm. Forbes Hunter & Co., Scotland, and the branches in every post town throughout England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, which drafts will be forwarded by the steamer Acadia, which leaves Boston on tie* ICth October, or either of the sailing packets, on the 7th, 13th or 16th. W. Si J. j. TAPSCOTT At their General Passage Office, 43 Peck Slip, corner Soutli st. N. B.?All letters from the country must come post paid. s3G ec FOR CHARLESTON. HAVANA, KKV WEST, NEW ORLEANS, AND GALVESTON. (Teias.) - THE STEAMSHIP NEW YORK, John T. Wright, Commander, l>sail positively on Saturday, Mth October, at I o clock, 1. M., having postponed to this dat? b> tlie rinl' the passengers, 00 account of the sickness in New Orleans. This elegant, well known, coppered steamer will positively sail as above, and has been put in complete order for tlieseason, with wrought iron shafts, and has extensive accommodations, with large and airy state rooms. For passage or freight of siiecie, for either of the ahove ports, apply to the Captain on board, at pier No. 9 North River, 2nd wharf ahove Rector street, or to o7 to!7ec? A. HUBBARD & CO., 37 Peck slip. 2Bivl NEW ARRANOEM ENT. ~ FARE AND FREIGHT REDUCED. 401 REGULAR MAIL LINE?FOR PRO^^tM/rlvim'vi'i' a vn m wrnv eTiiw 2E3?Z_1NGTGN ' AND N E W POliT?Composed or the following superior summers, running in connection with the Stouiugton and Boston and Providence Railroads MASSACHUSETTS, Cant. Comstock. RHODE ISLAND. Capt Thayer. PROVIDENCE. NARRAOANSETT. MOHEOAN. One of which will leave New York daily (Sundays eicepted) from Pier No. 1, Battery Place, N. River, at 4 P. M. ARRANGEMENTS. The RHODE ISLAND, Captain Thayer, on Monday, and Wednesday for Stonington and Newport, and Kriday for Stonington. The MASSACHUSETTS, Captain Comstock, on Tuesday and Thursday for Stonington, and Saturday for Stonington, Newport ana Providence. Passengers, on the arrival of the steamers at Stonington, will be immediately forwarded in the spleudid and commodious Cars of the Railroad to Providence and Boston, aud if for Newport will pioceed in the steamer Mohegan (iu su|>erior order) from thenco at 6 o'clock the following morning, thus giving them ^opportunity of a night's rest oil Board ths steamer Maisachusetts or Rhode Island, aud tlieu breakfast on board the .Mohegan. The above steamers have been thoroughly equipped and prepared to promote celerity of travel and the comfort and security of passengers, and not surpassed by any in the United States. Kor passage or freight, which is taken at very reduced rates, apply on board^at north side of pier No. 1, 22 Broadway, or office of Samuel Deveau, freight agent, on the wharf. Tickets for the route and strainers' berths can be secured on ward, or at the office of HARNDEN fc CO. No. J Wall street IE?- NOTICE?CHANGE OK HOUR-On ai d after Monday, Oct. 9th, the steamers of the New Jersey Steam Navigation Company, forming the line to Provide ce a.- d Boston via Stonington, will leave pier No. 1, Battery Place, at I P M. and alter the 10th msl, freight will not be received anu forwarded after half-past 4 P. M. m9 fitn* m PEOPLE'S LINE l)K STEAMBOATS iL=-J^3?KOR ALBANV?Daily at 7 o'clock P. M.? TKmmmSBLmjL,Through direct?Krom the steamboat pier be.W'Vn Courtlaiidt and Liberty struts. Sunday excepted. The steamboat KNICK K.RBOCK ER.Cant. A. I*. St. John, ivi 11 leave Monday, Wednesday and Kriday Evenings, at seven o'clock. Steamboat ROCHESTER, ('apt. A. Houghton, will leave Tuesday. Thursday, and Saturday at 7 P. M. Ai 5 o'clock P. M.?Liuidinir at Intermediate Places. S team boat SOUTH AMEKM A, Capt L. W. ttrainird, <vill lc ?v? Moudjv, Wednesday, and Kriday afternoon, at NORTH AMEHI'-A, Capt. M. H. 'I ruesdell, will i"ave TaesdaV. Thursday and Saturday Eveuing, at live o'clock. l'asaei.^ers taint'S this Line or Boats will at all time* arrive in Albauy u: imple ci?i>e to take the Morning Train of Cars for the ei?t ftT west. Tli* aiiuvo boats are r.ew and substantial, are furnished with neat and tfhxant State Rooms, and for speed and accommodations are unrivalled on the Hudson. Kor Passage or freight, apply on board, or to P. C. Schnltz at the office on the wharf. s2i r SEVEN O'CLOCK EVENING 1LINK h^Tr3*''or ALBANV AND TROY direct, without SEaHJiCJEBlanding?the splendid low pressure steamboat SWALLOW, Captain A. McLean, will leave the Toot of Courtlandt street every Tuesday, Thursday, aud Saturday evenings, at 7 o'clock, for Albany direct. The Swallow has a large uumber of state rooms,and for speed uid accommodations is not surpassed on the Hudson. au8 ec NEW VUKK AND KINGSTON STKAlOmToTlT AND PASSAGE LINE. jgM Kor Kingston, anc Delaware and Hudson ^^^^^^ ^l^Mnl^-steainboals EMERALD and NORThe EMERALD, (Captain John Ketcham, will leave New York, foot of Murray street, every Monday and Thursday at 5 o'clock, V M. Will leave Kingston (Ron<lout landing) every Wednesday md Saturday at 3 o'clock, P. M. The NORWICH, Captain John Samuels, will leave New York, foot of Warren street, even' Wednesday and Saturday at 5 o'clock, T. M. Will leave K agston (Rondout landing) every Tuesday and I* nday at 3 o'clock, P. M. EXTRA TRIPS. The EMERALD will leave the foot of Murray street every Sunday momingat 7 o'clock. Returning, leaves Kingston at 4 o'clock, same day. Kor freight or passage apply on hoard, or to WILLIAMSON, BARLOW & CO., a81 3m* r 164 West street. mm new ahrangement kor flJSiSrS* SHREWSBURY?Long Branch. Handy X^2Uc.Huok, Ocean llouw and Eatonfown Landiug. The new Steamboat SHREWSBURY, Captain John r. Corlies. will now; run as follows, on and alter Thursday, 27th instleaving New York, from the foot i f Robiusou street, very Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 10 o'clock, A. M. And F.atontown Landiug on Monday, Wednesday and Kriday, it 10 o'clock, A. M. The Shrewsbury will run as above, weather permitting, unl til further notice. All baggage at the risk of the owners. Kare 37 > cents. N. B.?Stages will he in attendance to convey passenger from the aforesaid landing pi aces to any part of the county re mired. The Shrewibury will go the inner puia**, wh?u practicable. jel3r C-jjvsCf -a FOU KF.YPORT AND MIDDLF.TOWN i PJ1 POINT. Daily, (Sundays eicepted,) touch'jr at Seguine i Dock, Suten Island.?On and iftrr Moiuliy, .July 31st, the steamer HO''.KLANI), Captain Crawford, will lea\c Middletown Point on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesday!, Thursday* and Friday*, at half-past one o'clock (tide permitting,) ana Keyport at 2o'clork I'. >1 Heturning, leave New York, loot of Robinson street, on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursday* and Friday*, at 8 o'clock A. M. and Saturdays at 2 r. M. Stages will l>e iu readiness on the arrival of tlie hoat to conv*v passeiiKers to Freehold or any part of th? country. Uniform conveyances on Target F.*cnr*ions, I'arties of pleasure will be taken to and from Fort Hamilton or Kcyport at reasonable priceg. slffl Im'ni -Min ~n ST AT K.N ISI.VM) FF.RR V, FOOT ^ e^c^aOF WHITEHALL ST.-The steamboat ICJIjLsTATKN ISI.ANDKH Willlearr New Voik and St a ten Island, on and after October 2d, as follows, until further notice :? Leave New York 9, II, 2, Leave Staten Island 8, 10, I, 2*. 5All freight shipped is required to be particularly marked and l*_at the risk of the owners thereof. *3litf r 4MQ /m NEWARK AND NEW YORK.-Fare -,TWp-j^?nnlv 11)^ Cents !?kail and Winter Arrant*^k^Kdument -Thr splendid steamer PASSAIC, on and niter Oct 3, will run as follows Leave* Newark, trom loot ol Centre street, at 8 o'clock A .VI. yLeave New York, from foot of Barclay ?treet, at 3 o'clock l\ The accommodation* hoth for passengers and freight (which i* carried at very low rates) haye been greatly improved jylti3m?ec r PATEUSON RAILROAD. S2ij&2 CS3Q tiU l? Al?r, O.NLV 2.) ( K.Sl rS. From I'aterson to Jersey City. On and after Monday, Oct. 2d, 1843, the cars will leave Pati.rsom Dictot. Lkavk Nrw Yon* 8 A. M. 9 A.M. JIM " 12X P. M. 3 P. M. . 4 " ON SUNDAYS. LttATK Patkmon UKroT. Lkavk Nr.w York. 8 A. M. 9S' A. M. 3 P. M. 4 P. M. 1 raiu|Xirt*tinn ran iMVfanny >nnnciny? rtceiuru.) I'uarn?fri ,irr adritnl to be *( the Kmy, foot of Courtlamlt itrrft, ? f<*w minute* b*fore th* ?tnt><l hour* of dfiwrtnrr. jyl9f>m PASTOR OIL-18 bbli < utor Oil. for mU by V ot H , IC K COLLINS (k CO., 56 South ?t W YO W YORK. MONDAY MO SUMMERAKKANGEMENT NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA IIAJ .flOAD LINE DIRECT, Via Niwiii, Nkwbri juwick, PHiwcrToiv, Tukktow, Bohdkntow.n Am Buhi.inuton. Leaviug Nfw VorU daily from the foot of Courtlandt >t. Morning Line at l> A. M.?Mail Pilot Line at -1% P. M. The Morning Line proceeds to Bordentown, from theuce by steamboat to Philadelphia. The Evening Line proceeds direct to Camden (opposite to Philadelphia) without change of cars. Passengers will procure their tickets at the office foot of Courtlaadt street, where a commodious steamboat, will be in , readme-.*, with baggage crates ou board. Philadelphia baggage crates are conveyed from city to city, . witioui b-ii|M oiiened by the way Each train is provided with , a car in which are apartments and dressing rooms expressly for the ladies' use. , Returning, the lines leave Philadelphia from the foot of Walnut street, by steamboat to Bordentown nt 7 o clock, A. M. | and by railroad from Camden, at i o'olock, P. M. The lilies for Baltimore leave Philadelphia at A. M., and 4 P, M. being a courhiuation of the lines from New York. { jy28 3in?ec A^-^f.AniKS' AMn MlsSEfs' SHOES. CHEAPER THAN EVER. 1" WALKERS OLD STAND, 419 Broadway, where , may be f uud a complete assortment of all the different k inds, colors, sorts and sizes, lor ladies, misses and children, trailers, Boots, Buskins, Hliji|iers. and walking shoes. Also, India Rubbers and Moccasins,and water proof over shoes of the latest sfyh* and fashion; ladies', misses' and ch'ldieu's (Jul- rs of , all kinds and colors, in the greatest style and variety, ol all sizes anil suited to all tastes; gentlemen's, bo) s' ai d children's boots and ?hoes, of French aud native calf, c arse md liue, in ,11 , i,_.--...i,. ......i- i... ,i.? .k...iu.i notice, tieiiilnntM.'s overshoes, ami an innumerable assortment of other goods, at WALKER'S, 419 Broadway, corner of Canal st. i N. B.?Heads ol fimilies, by patronizing this establishment, will find a saving of 2.'i to 30 per cent. o2 lm?ec ~~PARIS BOOTS AND LASTS MADE 'J'0~0RI>ER~ By E. X U S E It, 175 Broadway, (Bustment ) One door from Courtlandt street. E SUSp.H, Bootmaker, and Maker of Lasts, an Klve" of Clerce of J'aris, twgs leave to inform his 1 friends and all the amateurs of a gentlemanly " chaussure," thai he can now make, in New t ork, with the best Kreuch materials, ill thai is so perfectly made 111 Paris by his muter, the celebrated Bootmaker Clerce, whose numerous customers on this side of the Atlantic are resliectfully invited to try Suser's Boots and Lasts, before they despair of beinit " chauases" in New York, after the nicest latest Pari* fashion. Also, the genuine Paris Jet Black Varnish sold. sl7 lm*ec SAVE YOUR MONEY. FALL AND WINTEB BOOTS, 75 per cent cheaiier than at any other establishment in tlie city. Call, examine, and be convinced of the facts, that you can get the very best quality of boots, with everlasting patent soles oil, mailt- to your orders at the very low price of live dollars and fifty cents |>er pair ; the same, quality of boots are selling at other establishments at from $7 50 to SB. Call at CUBBERLEY &. MICKELL. *12 Im'm 127 William St.. N. Y. % BOOTS AND SHOES.?WILSON & JOHN" ^^RSSON, Successors to Johu Hutching*, deceased, have on band and for sale, from the best manufnclorifs in the country? 100 Cases Coarse Sewed and Pegged Boots, men and boys. 100 " Fiue " " 1000 Pair Morocco Buskins. 1000 " Ladies' Fine Slippers. 3000 " Children's Shoes, various colors. JOO " Wqmens and misses Gaiters. 1000 " India Rubbers, trimmed and plain. Eor sale iu lots to suit purchasers, at then store. 120 CHaTHAM STREET, opposite Rosevelt. N. B.?The store bein* open until 10 o'clock in the evening, givi-s country merchants au opportunity to examine goods at tl eir leisure, s28 lm*in BOOT AND SHOE STOKE." JOHN READY resjiectfully informs his friends amithe )iiiblic, that he has commenced busiuess iu the above line, at No. 99 Nassau street, where he will thankfully receive and faithfully execute, all orders he may be favored with on the m-?tJreasonanle terms for cish. jv22r WM. T. JENNINGS <fc CO. P\RAPERS AND TAILORS, 231 Broadway, American Hotel, opposite the Fountain, solicit attention to an assortment of seasonable goods, including Cloths, Cassimeres, Votings, Sic., iu all the new and various styles, uuder the assur auce that the system of" small profits and quick returns," which has elicited so liberal a patronage, will be continued, while our arrangements are such as will enable us to fill all orders in future with promptness. A feature iu the establishment, which must commend it to those requiring articles for immediate use, is the addition to our stock, of an assortment of first quality ready made Garments, consisting of Snrtouts, Frocks, Dress Coats, Pantaloons, Vents, Office Coats, Travelling Frocks, Dressing Gowns, he. Silk and Satiu Scarfs, Cravats, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Suspenders, Hosiery, Uuder Shirts, Drawers, Muslin Shirts, Collars, Stc. At prices which must offer wdncemeutt to purchasers. jy24 3oi*?c T'O TAILORS.?STINEMET'S New and Complete Sy?: A tem for Cutting every kind of Fashionable Garment now in vogu", is ready for delivery. As the reputation of the author a* a fashionable cutter, is too well known to require newspaper comment. This system is, with coutideuce, offered to the trade?not as a mere tlieiwtical invention (or s|>eculatiou,) bat u the most practical and complete work ever published on this subject. It is the result of many yearn extensive and fashionabl? practice in New York and Paris, and will be found to contain such ample, plaiu, and precise instructions, us to euable every student to cut with euse and certainly, all the various styles of garments now worn, both iu Europe and America. This system cannot be affected by the future chances of fashion, and is recommended to the profession as a standard work, and may be obtained of the author, 93 Cedar street, and can be forwarded to any part of the United States. s4 eod2w* J. SUKlA'S CHEAP DYEING ESTABLISHMENT. VflR. SORIA begs leave respectfully to inform his friends and "A the public in general that owing to the depressed state of i he times, he has reduced his price 36 per cent below the regular charge. Ladies wishing their summer dresses, shawls, &c. dyed or pressed, will liud it much to their advantage by payiug finn a visit. Gentlemen will also do well to call with such articles of wearing ap|>arel as inay nerd dyeing or pressing. All orders will be punctually attended to, and tlie articles done up iu the je;t style at Soria's establishment, No. 490 Pearl st.l His branches ire at No 257 Bleecker St., No 362 Bowery, and at 357 Grand st. Also a branch at 49 Kill ton si. Brooklyn, and at Newark, N. J., corner of Broad st, and Washington Place. Merchants can have all kinds of goods dyed and put up in theirorigina! forms, and on moderate terms. Principal office490 I sari st. au20 3m*ec JOSEPH GILLOTT'S STEEL PEN&\ " REDUCED PRICES. '"PHE subscriber is constantly receiving fresh supplies of the J- above justly celebrated liens, which lie offers to the trade at very low rates. In addition to the styles so well known, he has recently introduced the following new patterns, viz :? Nos. 1, 2 and 3 Principality Pens, extra fine, fine and medium points. No. 8?Caligraphic Pen?a prime article on pictorial cards, views of celebrated places. Nos 9 and 10?Washington Ten?very fine point, and elastic, on superb cards. In evidence of the high estimation in which these Pent are held, the following statement is made :? The number of Pens manufactured at the works of JOSEPH GILLOTT, from Dec. 1841. to Dec. 1842, was 79.612 002 The public are cautioned to be on their guard against ipuri ous articles. Each package of the genuine pens bears a fac simile of Mr. Gillott s signature. For sale by HENRY JKaSOP, Importer, 91 John street. corner of Gold. A good supply of Wiudle's and Mosley & Co.'s London Peiis s29 Im >ec NEW YORK STEAM SCOURING ESTABLISH" MENT.?Clothing repaired by Win Joseph Smith, at No. 34 John street, New Vork, eutrance in John street Take no tice, all those whose garments, from long service, have become soiled and disligured by grease spots, oil, Plin s, tar, pitch, Sic., can be taken out of shawls, diesses, table covers, carpets, cloaks, and all descriptions of cloth in the neatest style ami the shortest notice, by the subscriber. Stop and see for yoursell, at No. 32 John street. All orders left are attended to as speedily as possible, to any part of the city. He also intends carrying on, at tlic above place, the business of boot blacking, where he will be happy to receive and execute o ders. The blacking used by him is free, from the injurious mixture so des tractive to leather found in ordinary blacking. oS Iw'r WM. JO. SMITH. LEECHES! LEECHES! LEECHES! 90 OHO LARGE AND HEALTHY Sweedish and *<V/jV7V*V/ German Leeches, just received per ship Candor, Irom Hamburg; and diily expected 30,0110 Sweedish and German Leeches i>er balk Franklin from Hamburg. For sale at moderate prices at G. A. Si H. WITTK, Importers of Leeches, s30 Im'm 44ti Pearl street. New \ ork CHALLENGE TO THE WORLD. WHK.RKAH certain interfiled individuals have endeavored for a loi g time to deorecinte the ijuality of our tobacco, and lime Uken undue and dishonorable mean* to drive us from the field of comi>etitniii?we do now, relying npou the su|*-riority of our manufacture over anv other of the same kind in the country, or ill the world, chalHige comparison with any specimens of Kine-Cnt Chewing Tobacco, Snuffs, and all the varieties ofsmnkiug Tobacco,it the coming Kairoflhe American Institute. We are induced to this course in justice to ourselves, as well that the public m^y have a i opportunity to exercise their own judfments, in regard to the respective merits of an article of very ^?n?rsl consumption. VV'' adopt this aa the most fair and satisfactory mode of settling the i|uestion of superiority; and are willing to rest our claims to public, patronage on whatever decision that may tie awarded in the | remises. JOHN ANDKRSON *- CO.. g17 81* in No. 2 Wall it, 213 and 213 Duane st. f(JGUNrfvilTHd aNUDEA LE&s in GUNS ,)Mil DOURLK. BARREL GUNS, assorted, from common AUU to tine <00 simile barrel Guns. assorted, from common to fine SOOA pairs of Piston, selling below the cost of importation ion Rifles, selling do do of manufacture 200 Muskets do do do do (Jim Lock Limbs in every state of finish Tools and Mat< rials for making Guns Gun Locks. Percussion Caps, Powder Flasks snd Morns, Shot Belts and Pouches, Game Dags, Dog Collars and Chains, kc. he.?for sale by A. W. SPIK8 fc CO. ?-l.n nr.. eonttsntIv receiving from the forciirn npgnUranrpii''* of every article inquired for by thf gunsmith or sportsman. *19 lm*ec 01. Hi. f. OH IKH'KKIISON INSIJRANCK COMPANY ?Otfire :tt> Wall street. Tlii. company continue (their liu tineas of nisurauce against loss or damage by fir*, on goods, wares Mid merchandise, and alio on vessels and their cargoes (gainst loss hy inland navigation. uiRkctorh W. Thome, Klisha Riiu:?. Thomas T. Woodruff, Benjamin It, liobson, John K. Davison, H'rancis P. Sage, Thornton PriCi Joseph Allen, John II. Lee, John 1 .Moore, Mom's Tucker, James H , Holrnea, Caleb C. Tunis, James H. Whiting, A...... II.i,... \V m k Tin, Jo>n>h Drake. 'r"i 'lawlry, John C. Merritt, I hpmiw Morrell. THOM AS W THOHNK, Pruidwt 0EO. T. IIOPK tWreurv ml3 jib COTTON DUC K ?MO bolt? nl American Kitra Pilot Duck ' Nn?J I jnil 4 K?r wle l>v E* K. COLLINS St ( O., I3?c M Honth *iir?t RK H RNING. OCTOBER 9, 18 ENGLISH ADVERTISEMENTS. ~ 'IVUI NKW YORK HKKALD is regularly tiled in London A bv Mr. P L, SIMMONDS, Agent for the American Papers, British and Foreign Newspaper Olfice, 18 Cornhill, London, opposite the Koyal Exchange, where orders and advertisements will be received. s28tfr GENERAL AGENCY AND COMMISSION OFFICE, 18 COIINHILL, LONDON, OPPOSITE THE ROYAL EXCHANGE. TO MERCHANTS, Commercial News Rooms, Public Li hraries, Agricultural Societies,(Mficers of the United States, Printers, Publishers of Newspaiiers, See. P. L. S1MMONDS, (ieueral Agent and Commission Merchant, bens to acquaint his friends anil the American public in general,that he is ready to receive orders for the supply ol fSewspapers, Periodicals, Stationery, Printing Materials, Hancy Articles, tic. of any kind and quantity, ami goods of every descniition of lirst rate quality at the very lowest market price* of the day, and to transact business upon the most liberal terms, pri>vided he is previously furnished with funds or drafts at either Ioiik or short nates, or a reference 011 some Loudon or Li verpool house for payment P. L. Siinmonds will also receive consiKtiments of any description of merchandize to be sold 011 commission, and accept bills at short dates for two thirds of the amount, ou receipt of the bills of lading. Consignments entrusted to his care will meet with ever* possible despatch iu their disposal, consistent 1 with the interest of the consignees: au extensive kuowledge of geueral business coupled with promptitude,atteution and judge- i ineut. will he trusts enable him to give complete satisfaction to all who may favor him with their commands. Belerenca may be made in New York to James Gordon Ben- ( nett, Esq., Proprietor of the Herald, who is personally acquainted w ith lVlr.Siminonils and the nature and extent of his establish- ; men'. s28tf r TO NEWSPAPER"AGKNTS AND PUBLISHERS IN THE UNITED STATES. rPH08E excellent Illustrated Newapagwrs, The Pictorial L Times, and Illustrated London News, are supplied at 7s fid sterling per qr. Punch at 4s Oil per qr, and all the London and ( 'oreiirn Newspapers as tliev aiiuear are remilarlv supplied. wholesale and retail, by P. L. SIMMONDS, Newspaper anil Periodical Agent, 18 Coruhill, London. Subscriptions in advance, may be paid iulo the Herald Ollice. on Mr. Simmonds' account. Advertisements received for insertion ill all the London, Couutry and Foreign Journals. s28tf CHEAP store TO MY OLD CUSTOMF.KB AND THE PUBLIC OENF.KALLV DiVUGS, JL YESTUFFS, FAINTS, MEDICINES, GROCERIES, &c No. 188 GREENWICH STREET, NEW YOKY. TOllN C. MORRISON offers for sale, on the most liberal ' terms, a very extensive assortment ol' goods, unon^ them the following, to which he would solicit the attention ol APOTHECARIES. Opium, Corrosive Sublimate, Camphor, Acjua Ammonia, ( ream Tarter, Spirits i>itre Dulcis. Castile Soap, Super Carbonate Soda, Liquorice, Tartaric Acid, Balsam Copai vu, Epsom Salts, Khubarb, Laudanum, Jalap Senna, Aloes, Sulphate Quinine, Flora. Chamomile, Oil l'ep|>enniul, and all Essen ( uin Arabic, tial Oils. Castor Oil, Gum Myrnh, Quicksilver, Canthandes, Magnesia, Gum Traitacantli, Manila, Powdered Bark, Hull aud Flour Sulphur, Co ks of all kinds, Alcohol, Sarsaparilla, lior'X, Mined aud crude, Sponges, coarse and tinw, Calom'l, Druggists'Glass Ware Red Precipitate. Vialj. PAINTEltS. Window class, of all sizes aud British Lustre, qualities, (Hue, all sorts, While lead, dry and in oil, (rold and Silver Leaf, Ked Lead, (tolil nnd Silver brouze, Lithame, Copper Brouze, Spirits Turpentine, Chalk, while and red, Putty, Paris white, Whitiuij, _ _ Spanish Blown, Verdiicris, dry and in oil, Venetian lied, Chrome Green, Saud Paper, Chrome Yellow, Pumice Stoue. Yellow Ochie, Krenah and Tar aud Kosin, American, Japan, copal, coaeli and liar Prussian Bine, ne?s varnish. Vermillion, Turkey limber, Rotten Stone, Terra ue Sienna, Ivory Black, lied Chalk, Gum Copal, Gum Shellac, Paint Brushes, all sizes, Blight Varnish, Rose Pink, Sash Tools, all sizes, Lamp Black, Black Lead. OILS. Oil, Fall, Oil, Train, Winter, Lintseed, Summer strained sperm, Neatsloot, Helmed. whale, Olive or Sweet, L'u refined, whale, Sea Elephant. Tanners', L>ard Oil, Sperm aud Stearic Candlis, DYE WOOD DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS. Logwood. Brazil Wood, Camwood, lied Saunders, Fusiic, Il iten Wood, Nicaragua, Red Wood, Barwood, Hypernic Wood, (turn Asphtltum, Peach Wood. Sal Ammoniac, Ebony Wood. Soaps, MANUFACTUREHS. Alum, Fullers' Earth, Blue Vitriol, Madder, Dutch and French, Copperas, Eng. and Amer. ludigoes, of Bengal, Carraca* O.lVitrol, aud Guatamala, Sugar Lead, While Tartar, Bleaching Salts, Red Tarter, Cochineal, Glue, Aqua Fortis, Sumac, Nutgalls, Lac Dye, Anuatto. Starch, Soda Ash,I Prussiate Potash, Pol and Pearl Ashes, Gum Senegal, Extract Logwood, Powdered Curcuma. Tartaric Acid, Powdered Blue Smalts, Bi-chromate of Potash, Uuercitron Bark, Soda, Spirits Nitre Hortls, Gum Shellac, Salt Petre, Cudbear, British Until, Woad, ^ Nitric Acid and Grain and Bar Tin, Oxalic Acid. Soaps, GROCERS. Young Hyson Tea, Pep|ier Sauce, 11 yum " Macaboy Snuff, Imperial " Scotch Snuff. Gunpowder " Mace, Hyson Skin " Indigo, Flotant, Souchong " Castile Soap, Bohea " Cloves, French Braudies, Caster Oil, iu bottles, Spanish Segars. Alcoh 1, Pot and Pearl Ashes, Epsom Salts, Storch, Cinnamou. Liquorice Ball, Friction Matches, Bith Brick, Carbonate Ammonia, Saleratus, British Lustre, Fig Blue. Soda for washing, Powdered Ginger Root, Mustard, London, Alum, Caynnne Pernier, Olive oil in bottles & baskets, Powdered Nutmeg, Nutmegs, Powdered Cinnamon. Salt|ietre, crude and refined. CONFECTIONERS, DISTILLERS AND BAKERS. Cochineal, Oil of Anniseed, Nutmegs, Ahsyiith, Mace, ( array way, Cloves, Juniper, Cinnamon, Rose, Orange and Peach Wa Cassia Buds, ters. Allspice, Vanilla Beans, Isinglass, Ton<|uin Beaus, (?utn 'I'ragacanth, Coriander Seed, <?um Arabic, Turkey, ( arrayway Seed, Gum Gamboge, Aniseed, Oil of Roses, Jujube Paste, P<n>permint, Pearlash, Wintergreen, Saleratus, Cinnamon, Super Carbonate of Soda, Orarge, Tartaric Acid, Bergamot, < fin ;er, white Jamaica, Lemon, Ginger, East India. PAPER MAKERS, HATTERS, Jcc. Meecliin* Powder*, Nutgalls, Powderrd Blue Snults, Bin* Vitriol,, (ilue, Verdigris, Oil Vitrol. Corper.u, Copper Calx, Sil Ammonia, Shallac, Antimony, Alcohol, Sugar of Lead, Kxtract of Logwood, Aloe*. Alum, Ike. PATENT MEDICINE DEALERS. Balsam of Honey, AndersiM'*. Lee's Si Hooper'a 'I urliugfon's Balsam, Pills, Batem in'* Drops, Opedeldoc, Harlem and British Oil, S?*rs' and Liquid, Seidlitx Powders, Sod' Powders, Sto?Khton'a Bitten, Godfrey'* Cordial, Kxtract Sarsapirilla, Anderson'* Cough Drop*, Cephalic Simn, Thompson's Eye Water. oj im dyfcwy*r A A SAMANOS offers for aale, at No, 6 Wallst, 10 hhdi Musrot ido Sugar, and 1.1 hags of (.'offer, landing from brig 1 lax, from St. Jago In Store? to hhds Sun cured Muacovail.) Sugar suitable for refiners 4 hoses white Sugar, free labor 1(1 bale* superior Guisa Tobacco, suitable for mannfac tnrer*. I 330,m. Segnrs, of Lord Byron, Wood*' le.and a variety of other brand*. ffANTBD?A Cooper, and a Mil wright that understand* carpenerr's wrrk, to go to St .(ago d v^nha; must be single and of temperate habit*. Apply a*ahov sH Im'r TISA TllAYS, TABLK CUTLERY, tec. AW. SPIKS St CO. 118 Pearl street, are now opening six ca*ks of new and elegant interim Of Tea Trays, emhrtrii,g every variety of iinality, color and size*, Irom eight to thirty mi.he*. Also, >00 groaa Ivory aelf-tip and Stag handle Knives and Forks. Also, one ca*e new pattern* Crooker'* fine Pea Knive*. ?!1 Im'ee IjiMflKK OK BKAUTY.?The following Toilet artielcg * are to he had genuine only at 67 Walker *treet, one door from the corner of Broadway (tonraud's Pondre Subtile?For safelv, quickly and permanently eradicating snpertiuous Imir from nil |>aru of the human 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. Uoamud'i Kan de Beaute?For thoroughly etterminating tan, pimples, blotch**, morphew, Sic. eliciting delicate white I neck, hands and arms, and imparting a juvenile bioom, by its dilating properties, preventing the formation of wrinkles, and banishing them when present. Oonraud's Vegetable Liquid Rotige,''imparts a delicate blush- ' lug tinge to the cheeks, immovable by rubbing with a haudker- i chief >r a cloth. . (to nud's Blanc d Kspange, or Spanish White, give* to the coni|> moil a pure, life-like alabaster whiteness. In elegant botes 2i cent* each. . I (i iu/aud'i Grecian Hair Dye?For coloring red or grey hair, . without staining the skin, warranted. (I per bottle. Eye Brow and Whisker Dye, iti ceuts i>er bottle. I t' of L, lies?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 st,Boston; 76 f hesnnt st, Philadelphia; tlrey, 1 Poughkeepsie; (iiithrie, Albany: Myers, Nfcw Haven; Wells k t Co. Ilartlord; Cowles, Springfield; Faulkner, Norwich; (Jreeii , Si Co. Worcester; (-arleton h Co Lowell; llodge, Newburyport; Preston, Portsmouth; Patten, Portland; Wiuld, Bangor; ' Thomas, < inciunatti; Tattle, Pittsburgh; (feorge SteaTey, t Frankfort, Ky.; S. Tunsev, Rochester; rteth S. Hand, Balti- ( more. ?jJ lm*r_ VI/HH V r?400 bushels prime Illinois Wheat, uow lauding ( from *hii> m >?*ry, ior uic oy ,il fc- K COLLINS * GO. % SoaihM I d ERA] 43. Hartford. 'Ihe Brigade?Marching ami Countermarching? Grant! field day?Review by Governor Cleveland and Col. Johnson. Hartfobd, Ojt. 5:h, 1H43. " I wish, Dr. Slop," quoth Uncle Toby, " you had seen what great armies we had 111 b'ljnders." Dr Slop's ideas were not put to more i flectual rout by this ill-timed wish of Uncle Toby's, than doubtless yours will be, Mr. Editor, when I wish j you had seen the First Brigade, Connecticut Mi. Iitia." You will probably call to mind the shades of those who fell at Marathon and bled at Leuctra and Mantinea, the phalanx led by the Macedonian hero in the battle of the Issus and ot Arbela, the hordes led by Tamerlane and Chengis Kahn, the victorious bands under Henry IV. at Ivry and Henry V. at Agineourf, the glorious array that fought under Lannesat Austerlii/, under Buonapurte ut Lodi, and under Wellington at Waterloo?and even then you cannot have half a conception ol the "|>omp and circumstance" of a Connecticut "Brigade day." Such a llishing of epuulets, gleaming of swords, beating of drums, ^waving of colors, marching and counter-marching of citizen warriors it has never before f<l'en to my lot to witness. Sorry am 1 to Fay it, but verilv, even it Fame does not splii her trumpet in heralding their achievements to the world, it will probably never again be worth a far thing to sound the praises of those fields the world has, hitherto in i's simplicity, accounted famous ? Ah! alter this, what will become of Troy and Thebes, Agrigentium, Cizizicum and Mytilene ? If we were disposed to describe this glorious day after the fashion of great poets, we would in the first place introduce you to the jovial Autumn, Ins lace putl-d out in ibe likeness ol a good ripe pumpkin, on which the veins are filled out more brilliant and in bright relief by high feed?leading Dan Ponbus over the yellow plains on one ot the brighte t IIIIIIIIIIIKS IB vtiuuri ; *vr- rrwuiu |Mnuir. ?> jf.?u iu." serene sky and smiling landscape, the busy multitude* pouring iiito the city from all quarters to witness the imp'iHng spectacle, the long linen of vehicles crowded with the warriors, armed and equipped to pity a becoming part in the great drama of the day; we would give you n peep at the long main street of Hartford, crowded with old and young in llieir best attire, and at the countenances of the mighty throngs pouring into it through every thorouglare, beaming with cheerlulnesa and delight; we might give an imaginary scream at the impossibility of giving you an adequate idea of the splen. dor and magnificence of the military, that extended upwards of a mile up and down tin* whole length of the street?hutwe do not mean todoso. We have no gilt for heroic description, and it we had, it would be thrown away on your common folks, who so strangely prefer common sense to all the bombast and fuetsan exhibited in the choicest specimens ol grandiloquence. Allow me then, if I can hold in my pegasus, to give you a brief description of the dramatis jicrsotttr.. The 1st brigade of the 1st division is composed of the 1ft, (Mi, 14th, 17th, and 25th regiments Infantry; 1st and 4 h regiments Caualry, and 2J regiment Artillery, toimad from the following towns:? 1st rogiment Infantry from Hartlord, Bloomlield, Wothorsflfsld, and Windsor? 0th regiment Mom Middletown, Durham, Chatham, 1st Society, Stepney ia Witherstield, and Berlin in Wor. thington? 14th r. giment frim Furmington, Berlin, Bristol, Burlington, Houthin?:ton. and p.irt of Canton? 17th regiment, Irom Simsbury, Sullield, Granby, part ofHiirtfoid E"i?t Windsor and Canton? iith regiment, from F,i?st Windsor, Olastenlinry, K.ast Harttend, MuokMtw and Tnm? 1st regiment Cavnlry, trom Simsbury, Canton,&c. 4th do do do Middletown, Wethersfield.fcc. i I regiment Artillery, from Eist Hartford, Bristol, Ike. The day being very fine, there was quite a full turn-out Alter parading about by single regiments, with volunteer companies in the van nnd rear, and the regular militia in the centre, the regiments united and 'ormed one unbroken line, extending from one end ol the city to the oilier. Tins was tiie [ osiiion in which they stood when we were wrought up to such a pitch of presumption as to wish that the whole world m'ght become clarivoyant, and take one single look at them. They were stationed in regimental order, fiig staff* two paces in ths rear, and officers two in front. Unutterable glory beamed from every countenance and radiated from every visor. The light-horse ol the county appeared in full uniform, scarlet coats, laced with silver, brimstone mall cloihes, block gaiters and bearskin crested helmets?a splendid company. Most of the lighthorse were t-imilarly uniformed, and of course presented an imposing appearance. Nothing extra struck the eye in the other companies, excepting the drill of ih* Hartford Light Guard, which was certainly extraordinary. Kverv movement of eyes, hands nnd limbs seemed that of one undivided body We have, however, one remark to muke, that applies to nearly all the volunteers, nnd we wish tt to be taken seriously. Their tails were too short. The mosrt ol ihe companies were so curtailrd that i we were almost at a low to find any tail at all Ei- | 'her they were officered by tailors who chose short ! tails for convenience of " cabbage," or what is ! mere probable, they were so ordered by some pi- | pin-hearted poltroons, from a provident apprehension against b*mg arretted thereby by a pursuing ?*nemy, bein? the same reason why Czar Peter or- ' ilered his soldiers to parade without queue*.? 1 Whichever it may be, we pronounce their mock , tails an abortion, which exposes them awfully to be < cut up in detail. To make up for this censure of I their tails, we give iheni due credit for their splendid breasts. They were plump as partridges, and certainly ought to be, to still the beatings of their mighty liearis. That organ in military men being disposed to swell on parade days like the pampered liver of a Solan-goose. The regular militia were out in all their gloryMars, Jupiter, Juno, Minerva! But what is the use of ejaculations. Here they were in unmiiigated ?lory. Axe handles, pitchforks, and broomsticks ihere were none; but the ineoley of weapons of all norts, varieties and sizes, and variety oi uniforms, : beggars desciiption?rifle, artillery, and " ragtoe," with leathers and without, were mingled higgledy- j inggledy in mo=t admired confusion. We were <lnil, However, io see mem uui ill micii iuii mrcr, ind in so fine spirits. A brisade day without " ragtoes," wonld he like the play of Hamlet, with the part of the Prince left out by particular request. I'hev were the true heroes of tne day?the glorious conquerors, tne bitter men of war. The first and best of this puissant host, in our opinion, were to be found in the militia from the ancient town of I'yquaii or Wetherfctield. Thev were strung together like bunched onions Inneed, certain rotund, corpulent, fiery facd (and, doubtless, fiery souled) individuals, resembled so closely that interesting esculent, that it fairly made our eyes run over to look at them. No doubt they will make efficient warriors; if not otherwise, at lcu?t by their breath. Next in rank, of course, we number the Hartford , militia Gallant fellows were they, grim and wur- [ like, their hearts peeping out of their ' yes in their 1 trdor for bmtle. I'll warrant them "food for I powder." We noticed, especially, one doughty captain in rngtoe coat, with major epaulet?, riflepunts, and dragoon c*p, with long swaling feather, that triumphed in the spoils of a dozen hen-roosts, stationed opposite Mr- Robinson's. We would bet our grandlathet's horse pistols on his being a true | man ol war The company, under his command, looked mor? like th? defendant-1 ol liabakuk Nutter, Lerabnbel I Sirong, Hesekiah Fi-k, Preserved Fish, and that terrible host ol warriors put to (light, of yore, the valiant StofTel Krmkerholf, and who crowned < their exploits by taking the fort of Oocd Hoop, on i Dutch Feint, by surprise, (its valiant Dutchdefen- i 1 ders haviny fallen asleep alter dinner, nnd smoked out their pipes,) despite the gallant proclamat;onn ol I its heroic commander, and dismissed the garrison t with the honors of war, viz , seizing them by the i nape of the neck, and counting them oil with a pedal t application apottferiori. Verily. 1 shudder to think how the sight ot them must excite the rage in the t soul of the mighty William, the Testy, the valiant ? icovernor, o- yore, cl the New Netherlands, (who ] now, according to the historian, occupies a fiery ' little star in the claw of ihe crab,) and how many 1 i hushels o| those nine-cornered misshapen Dutch 1 i oaths they will have to shake out ol him before !hej can quiet his heroic soul. As we have no tune to honor th- other commines ns they deserve, though we would lain notice h nr/.f Iittli* u/arriuru in h i tr frti Li.rl.lialv ;aptaina--some all nose anH whiskers, and some nade ot one short body and two long Ifgs, we mum mas them without a word; especially as, hitherto, : ve have been merely entertaining your readers I vith a description of those mirrors ot rhivnlry, in I t ?rder to " toll" them #tn to the grand performance ol i. lie day?the review ol the brigade by the regimen ! c al officers, accompanied by Governor Cleavemnd, n 3olonel Johnson and Buite. The dazzling group ol officers, followed by ine ? Colonel, < iovernor, ice in carriages, pawed rapidly a I long the lilies, saluted by the thunder ot distant ; !. D. Pr1r? Two C?ntS. cannon, the pealinr-t r.t ?!<?- city bt lis, ihe rolling of drums, waving ol blHudards t?y ih>> companies, and waving of handkerchiefs by th> ladies?or, more graphically, as a lady near me described the cavalcade, as a whirlwind of horses to a storm of martial music. The Colonel then made a sjHtech from his carriage about Tecumseh and the .Suntlav Mail Report, which nobody heard but everybody cheered Governor Cleave land then arose. The horses, annoyed by the pressure ol the crowd, became restive? IV... .,- iU.. I,.,n.,u >' cmiA ho "lliero ij no danger while this car bears Cmsar and his fortunes"?laying Ins hand on the Colonel's head. He made a neat speech, when both were saluted by nine cheers, and drove on. Thus ended.the performances ol the first day. Thursday, Oct. 5th, 1H43. Pecono Day ok tiik Brkiadr ?The sun, to make tip lor his t-ii.iles yesterday, was to day rather diapose-l to the sulks. The brigade turned out finely by nine o'clock, and at 10 o'clock took up their line ot march for the ground s< lected lor the grand exhibition ol the day. About' hall past ten o'clock we took a citation near the bridge over which they passed to the "field. And re.illy it repents us that we viewed them yesterday in so trifling a light. Tongue cannot tell, wjrda < an not express, the imagination can hardly conceive the splendor, the grandeur, the magnificence of the spectacle, as the mass of solftieru debouched from the bend ol Morgan street to the front ol the brtoge As far as the eye could reHch, the streets were filled with the moving battalions. An innumerable multitude of men and hordes poured on and on, under the dark poitals of the bridge. Long, deep, glitteri.ig masses marked the march of the regular militia, and more dazzling lines ol light indicated the march of the volunteer companies. The glancing oi bayonets in the rays of the sun sparkled like foam erests on the sea ? Scarlet lines marked tiie advance of the njuadrons ol cavalry, whilea confused murmur went up from, the trampling of horses, the march of the columns, and the rolling of the drums along the whole line like the roar of t'ue distant ocean. The heavy liriil ru iui>l?r Ih*. uimnllnni>nilM irpnH of blirn hosts of arnifd men, nnd the doubling drums, revers ting under tiie long arches, lent their aid to swell the grandeur and sublimity of the scene. Shortly alter the splendidly uniformed Governor's Guards, supported by a crack company ot New Haven Bluts, escorted the Governor to the field of review, und then might be wituegsed a spectacle that would tepay a travel ol a one hundred miles to see. But I back outlrom the description. About noon the lines were arranged, as we thought, for a sham battle, but no buttle took place. The regiments, however, went through a series of novel and brilliant evolutions. Int. The cavalry swept through the centre of ihe fir Id at a hand gallop, charging furiously through the open ranks, and pouring like a torrent round again into the rear? I'hen the artillery advanced in order of battle, with their cannon Their gun.1) were rapidly and efficiently served, ami belching lorth their thunders as they advanced produced an imposing effect. The infan'ry n-xt rushed through the centre in columns of attack, leaving room for their files to deploy, and shook the very ground with the numerous discharges of musketry. Imagine what an appearance the field must have presented covered with these moving masses, and overhung by a cloud of smoke from the discharges. And imagine outside the broad fields teeming with these warlike spirits, the thousands of spectators in holiday attire, the Bmilirtg hilts that rolled away to the east, smiling still more with the beauty ot the country " lasses," the Connecticut River, bounding with its bright waters the western extremity, and mirroring Ott its glassy surface the spires and flags of the distant city, and you mny have some conception of thel beauty of the closing scene of this most gorgeous spectacle. Philadelphia. I Correipoudence ul' lur. Herald. 1 Philadelphia Exchange, Oct. 7,1843, 3 P.M. JVt'ics from Matanzas?Sugar Trade?Vend* in Port?Philadelphia Stork Market. J. Gordon Bennett, Esq. The brig Washington, Captain Geo Bishop, from Matanzas, 26:h ult , has just arrived. I have seen the Captain, and he informs, there was nothing of an exciting character when he sailed from that place.? Ameriran produce of every description was scarce and in demand. There was a good stock of sugar on hand and prices low. Two vessels had been engaged to take cargoes of sugar to European ports; but four vessels were in port and freights good. Annexed is the vessels left : ? Ship Dromo, Devereux, from Boston, wailing; barque Chief, Cressy, lor Boston, loading; schr. Agawum, Kogers, fr?m N. York, discharging; schr. Pearl, Pearce, from Bristol,'R. 1 , just arrived. But a moderate share ot business was transacted at tlx- stock board to-day ; priucipully State 5's and Vicksburg?pries the same as yesterday. Yours, fee , St. J ago. Philadelphia, Oct. 7, 1843. A Debutante at the Walnut utreet Theatre?Her Name, Pertonand Merits?Our Theatres. James Gordon Bennett, Esq :? Dear Sir:? The fair debutante who made her "first appearance on any stage" at the Walnutstreet Theatre last evening, produced quite a favorable impression. She is possessed ot three essential qualifications, youth, beauty and intellect. Her nnme is said to be " Miss Bell," and I should not be surprised if she eventually proves a belle in the dramatic circles. The profession which she has chosen is indeed an arduous one, and though seemingly strewn with roses, the thorns are most opt to iacerate when least expected. That she in iy progress in if, " winning golden opinions from all sorts of people," is my earnest desire as a votary of the drama. Our Theatres are now in the lull tide of experiment, and to enumerate tbein I will begin with the Walnut which (with the Chesnut) is under the ma nagement 01 one <;t me neei ins [inner- mm wcn?e ver had in thin city, namely, Mr. Marshall, who has associated with liirn the talented Charlotte Cuahman, aiH "the last man" as he is go fond of terming himself?Mr. Hlake. This Theatre is emphatically the Ameriran one, where the " hi hi" of onr yankee lad:- is given with the true spirit of republicanism Th"y have young Vandenhoft at thin establishment, who has already mate himself highly popular with "th? groundlings and the god*," who are ever ready toeive him the customary salutation upon his exits nd entrances The company at the Walnut is remarkably good and includes many of our most tavoHrite actors, to wit: Messrs Henkins, Hadaway, Spear and L'-man; and on ill* part of the ladies th? two Miss ( ushmiins, Mm Thayer and Miss Fisher. The National under the managemect of Oxley ?o?d Wemyee ienot very successful. Mrs. Fvriqht, is a lady ol true excellence in her "vo' alion." I have been informed that she is originally from your State, where she once taught school, hut forming a romantic marriage it induced her tw I'ol'ow the dfHtinie# ot a member of the histrionic i>r< fe-sion to whom tl?e had allied herself, nnd we now find h?r moving ' in the mimic ecene," and dornm^ it with talents which would otherwise haves been hidden from the audience whom she now riiflitly delights wttli h? r histrionic abilities. WallackV engagement has term nated. His perform*nce? of Hoiln, the Stringer, Pick Pashall and other :haracters have been perfect gems, upon which my mention was (ixed w'th continued delight. He is ndeed "a bright particular ?tar " Th-i Chesnut, or " old l?rury," is doing an excelent business with the French opera company, paricnlarly when Mademoiselle Calv6 performs?she >eing the chiel attraction, of course On other evelings, when they play their admirable vaudevilles, icarcely a dozen ot the fashionables will attend? lieu wain thf (1nlv? tH? C.rIv/- ! do no* think her qual to the reputation whie!i was assigned her in i"'ur city. i*he is clever, Pftit* and predy. This ivill till in up her merits in a lew words. The several members of the frnupe are excellent and an fait in their business. In tins retract the French arc remarkably particular?I'npartwir much f fleet to their scenic arrangements. and other little details connected with the sta*e an*,i|,"T,ei1'3, The Arch ?t i? now under ihe management of Mr. T. H. Ruw? II, who has been singularly fortunate, when every other manager heretofore at this; reiohli?hmeot scarcely knew "how to pay the rent." Kii-sell certainly t>osi?es8es much tact and i is thus far catered very liberally for the public in lie way ot amusement He has now eu^rged Conior, Hill, Ivrhy and Graham. The last mentioned < "starring" it with a vengeance. It mav be proably unfair in me t? judge ol him in every characr by his impersonation of !*ir Edward Mortimer, 'hich is the only character I have seen him enact, nd that was a sad affair I will see more and re. >rt it it be accep'able Yours truly, ^

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