Newspaper of The New York Herald, October 10, 1843, Page 1

October 10, 1843 Tarihli The New York Herald Gazetesi Sayfa 1
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nnu j- DRAFTS ON ENOLAND.IRELAND /^MMpV Sic.?l'er.ons about remitting money to their i" tilt- " old country," can be su|>^5S$Jici JEtte plied with Drafts, in sums of 1, 2, 3,5,10. JO & ?30, or any amount, payable on demand w ithout discount or any other cliarga, at the National Bank of Ireland, Provincial Bang, do., Mess:s. lame* Hull, Son 8t Co., ." allien, London, I. Bamed Si Co., Exchange and Diicouut Bank, Liverpool, JO. Hern Bulk of Scotland, Greeuock Banking Company, Sir Win. Forbes Hunter St Co., Scotland, and ill* branches in every post town throughout England. Ireland, Scothudnud Wale*, which drafts ?vill be forwarded by the teamer .Acadia, which I. .ives Boston on tne fill October, or eithen !"the taili. g Packets, on the 7th, 13th or 16th. W. si I I J'APSCOTT At th'-u General Passage Office, 13 I'eck Slip, corner Sontn St. N. H.?AH Ir iters from the country must come post paid. fcMi ec - k()R ti.vUt- \X A.ND I.IVEHPOOL. The 1 o' .'l Mail Steam Ship AC VDI A, AlfXii.(!ef Uvri . Esq., Commander, mil J'.^ Jj leave O r the above porta on Monday, Passage to Liverpool $120. Pass-lie to Halifax 20. Apply to D. BH ItJIIAM, Jr., Agent, of. Vo 3 Wall street 7"7irJ77R?. TT" ~sj on, i<r Y WEST, I1A\ % V ^ ' "Hi K/* AND \LVKSTll.s. 'j ( AS - -tf -n Sh , I'| ( N'^.l'l , i ipMo ,ii llo"irs? "SE Tl"? superior ha-, been thoroughly overhauled and put in - . I > ' r fin the seaao:.. llrr str.te rooms anil cabins aie c.<rg..ii,'. lu' ' e.| un' pawuleu can rely ?u every coroforr and croinni'"!oin". Me. .lay of dep.tr> tuie hat been chanaed to Moil 'av 16li October, ins".ml. For psaaaae for the abo\e i oin, v\?j or i f - iiehc or sitecie to Charleston, apply on board, at the foot of C1 niton st.ret, E. R., or to OiO tolfir H BROWVV 75Wallsirect T.RA,V^LLEHS tiOlNO SOIJTH OR 1 hours II nivalin ol l In Mail?Tri-Weekly Line to Savannah. , A-lvJdi) in conneiion with the Central Kail road to ?KbZ ?". Macon ami the est The splendid steam tuckets GKNEIIAL CLINCH, Capt. J. P. Brooks, ami CH A 1 L1- STON, Capt. F. BaHen, will leave Charleston every Tuesday, Thu'sdav and Saturday morning, ?t 'J o'clock, after the arrival of the Wilminuton boats from the iu->rth, arriving at Savannah the s'.me ilty, and will leave Savannah on the same d lyg as above, at li o'clock P. M., alter the ariival of the cirt from Macon. Travellers will find this to be the cheapest and most expeditious route to the south and weat. The above boats ara lilted tip in a Slil>erior style, and no ex|iense or pains will be sjiared to ensure certainly, comfort, anil expedition to the travelling public. JOHN B. LAFITTK, Agent. Fitzsimmons' Wharf, Cha'leston. Charleston, September, 1843. sl7 2m*r FOR CHARLESTON. HAVANA. KEY WEST, NEW ORLEANS. AND GALVESTON. (Texas.) THE sTi- AMS1IIPNEW YORK, John T. Wright, Commander, t sail positively v^aprPVnLI^Oon 8itnrday. lull October, at I o clock, I . M.. liariug | o.-tpoued to this date by the reve* ?B?aiJ?[|n<st of the passei'gen, on account of the sickness in New Orleans. This "le^aut, well known, coppered steamer will positively sail as above, and has been put in compiete order for tile season, with wrought iron shafts, aud has exleusive accommodations, w ith large and airy state rooms. For passage or freight of specie, for either of the above ports, apply io the l.aptAiu on hoard, at pier No. 9 North River, 2nd wharf above Reclor street, or to o7 tot?!'< ? A. HUBBARD 8c CO., 37 Peck slip. NK W A ii RAN (JEM KN'J\ FARE AND FREIGHT REDUCED. _{?>? } RKO'ILAR MAIL LINE?FOR PllOffiS3E2*aI*Vn>EN<JE AND BOSTON, via, STON ? "W.i " r'",|,|:v A->u iNfc.\vt*UKT?Composed of tin following superior steamers, running in connection with the Stoniugton mid Boston and Providence Railroads MASSACHUSETTS, Ciyn. Comitock. RHODK ISL.A ND, C apt Thay?r. PROVIDENCE. NAB RAUANSETT. MOHCOAN. On* of which will le-.ve New York daily.(Sundays except?il) from Pier No. 1, B^rtery Place, N. Fiver, at i P. M. ARRANGEMENTS. The RHODE ISLAND; Captain Thayer, on Monday, and Wednesday for StoninRton and Newport, ar.d Friday for Bmniwrtoii. The MASSACHUSETTS, Captain Comstock, on Tuesday and Thursday for Stonington, and Saturday for Stonington, Newport and Provideuce. Passengers, on the arrival of the steamers at Stoninitton, will be itnueuiately forwarded in the splendid and commodious Cars of the llaifioad to Providence and Boston, and if for Newport will p/oceed in the steamer Mohegan (in superior order) from theucn at 0 o'clock the following morning, thus tilvin:; th< 'il an^oppnrtun'ty of a night's rest on hoard ths steamer .V usac.'iusetti or Rhotle Island, and theu breakfast on board the Mohe&an. Ttw nbove steamers have been thoroughly equipped and prepared to promote celerity of travel and the comfort and security of paa;.c-;:(p'n,and not surpaesrtd by auy in tlie United States. For i assage or freight, which is taken at venr reduced rate*, apply p i board, it north side of pier No. I, 23 ISroadwav, or office of Samuel Dr ve.au, freight agent, on the v\harf. Tickets for the route and swwi' bertha can be s?enred on board, or at the oflice of H \HNI>K.N * CO . No. 3 Wall -treef T7" NOTICE-CHANGE OK HOUR-On ai.d after Monday, Oct. !Hli, the steamer* of the New Jersey Steam N.r Tiifntio i C'iuiiuuiy, forming the line to Providence and Boston i il Stoning.!.n w ill leave pier No. 1, Battery Place, at t P M. |(/"On n' lt a..ei the lOtli ,i:st, freight will not be received and forwarded after half-past 4 P. M. in9 6tii* m ,r; * ". , 7' 1 U;>K (Ir 'hTi:A.MliUAi> ^FOa \L 13AN V?Daily at 7 o'clock P. M.? _ Through direct?From tlie steamboat pier between Court1 mil "'.J Liberty streets, Sunday excepted. '1 he stetiiitMi.it KNlCKKRBOCftER.Capt. A.T. St. Joint, will leave MouiUv, Wednesday and ! ri.iay Evenings, at seven o'clock. Steamboat ROCHESTER, ( apt. A. Houghton, will leave Tuesday, Thursday, aud Saturday at 7 P. M. At 5 o'clock I*. M.?L tudiog at Intermediate Places. 3tenmbo.it SOUTH A.MKKICA, Capt. L>. W. Hrainard, will I lve Monday, Wednesday, and Friday afternoon, at " Steir.'.Voa! NORTH AMERICA, Capt. M. H. Truesdell, will leave Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Evening, at five o'clock. Pasaeoaers taking this Line of Boats will r.t all times arrive in A'.*uiy ia ample naie to trdte the Morninj Train of Cars for tht ea3t or west. The above boats are new and substantial, ue furnished with mat and clegmt State Rooms, and for speed and accommodacinns arc unrivalled on the Hudson. ! or Pdisage or Freight, apply on board, or to P. C. Schnltx at the o 'i on the wharf. s2J r 7SEVEN O'CLOCK EVENINGLINE AJZJZft-JZSpror ALBANY AND TROY direct, without . " 1 pressure, steamboat SWALLOW, Captaiu A. McLean, will leave the foot ol Courtlandt street every T't??<layv Thursday, and Haturdav fv. n nss, ..t 7 o'clock, lor Albany direct. Pi'.c Hw.'JIo-t has it t?nre untnl-er of state rooms,and for arced r.r.d .rec.T>modation* is u >t tatpMteri on the Hudson. n .Ni'iV VOliK AN" KIV. ~TON STEAM FREIGHT AND PASSAGE LINE. /sOk For Ki^?-^loa, aac Delaware and Hudson Trial,i . tno.U EMERALD and NOHTh* K. MKii \LD, C p'. i ii lol.ii Iv'w cham, will leave New Y-irk, foot >f Murray slit I,?very Mou 'av and Tir'rsdav at 5 o'clock, P M. Will leave Km*-..on (Bon out lauding) every Wed'je:,<ky ltd Satnruay at 3 o cl?. ' Vhe NORWICH, Cdi*.?..i lohn Ham>i. b -ill leave New York, foot of Warren street, every Wednesd.., Saturday at S t clock, P. M. Will leave k' axston (Koudout landing) every Tuesday and Kritl iv at 3 o'clock. P. >1. EXTRA TRIPS. The EMERALD will leave the fool of Murray street every Sunday morning at 7 o'clock. Returning, leave* Kingston at 4 t ?'clock, rnme day. For freight or passage iri'h" on board, or to WILLIAMSON, BARLOW it CO., s21 3in*r 164 Writ street. ^>1 NEW ARRANUEV1ENT hOI< P-j \~?|/i"3* SHREWSBURY?Long Branch, Sauilj JIT'mi'Ii' ^ Ocrtii House and Eat on to wu Landing. The new Steamboat SHREWSBURY, I:a|>r*m John P. follies, will now run as follows, on and alter I'hursday, 27tl inst leaving New York, Irorn the foot ?f Robinson street, every Tuesday, Thursday, aud Saturday, at 10 o'clock, A. M. And Eal'iiitown Landing oa Monday, Wednesday and Friday, s.i 10 o'clock, A. M. The Shrewsbury will run aa above, weather permitting, uni &1 further notice. All baggage at the risk of the ownevs. Kan* T< Yx cents. N. B.?Kugos will be in attendance to convey paa^tn^'r from (lie aforesaid lauding (daces to auv pan of the county re Cuii"ed. 'i*he fclirewihury will go the inner passage. w hen practicable le|3r FpxKKrroRT AND MIDDLE TOWN fr, ?* i POINT. Dailv, (Sunday* excepted,) touch" t "* Heguine's Uock.Staten Island.?On and alter Mi uday, July 31st, the steamer ROCKLAND, Captain Crawford, w ill leave Middletown Point on Moi days Tuesda\s, W'"dno?d?ys, Thursdays and Fridays, at half-cast one o'clock (tide permitting,) and Keyport at 2o'c'oek P. M Keturni'i ;. 11' ive New York. fo> t of Robinson street, oil Tueadaw, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, at 8 o'clock A. M. aud batnrd <\s at S P. M. $l.ig"s will be i:i readinesr on the arrival of the boat to convsy pn<sengers to Freehold or any part of th? country. filiform conveyances on Target Excursions, Patiiit of plea* *i:i9 will l>e taken tn mid from Fort Hamilton or Kevport at r. sOfuMsnhw, s20 iin?m t ,j* STATEN ISLANT) KERRY, FOOT Cv WHITEHALL ST.-'l lie steamboat ?t.tS'l'ATKN ISL A N I)E1I w ill leave New Yoik and Stateu I Ned, on and afk?r October ad, as follows, until I uri' ef uotjr* Leave New York 9, II, 9, 3>f, WLeave Htafen Island 8. in, I, 5. AM fi-i tht shipped is letmred to he particularly marked and is at rlit* r.-.k of tti? owt'en psererf. sOTtf r sWCTll NEWARK AND NEW YORK.-Firc "~,iVTli{*/"'lV 11 L~ Cents!?t<all and Winter ArrangeT*'i.i ? ' splendid steamer PA*?SAlC,on s.. i sit.T fir \ tvill rnr n* follow* !? Le.vrea Newark, from loot ot I*tr-et, at 8 o'clock A. RJ * _ 1 ?nvc York, from foot of Barclay afreet, at 3 o'clock P M. The accommodation* both for pa?*enper? *"<1 freiuht (which is c?rrcl t>i v?ry low nt<-?) Hn>? liren itreaily improved. )y 16 in' *e? 8UMMKR A It U ANGEMENT NETV YOKK AM) PHILADELPHIA HA .KOAD LINE DIRK.rT, Via Nr.Tfin?, N*wnniTN?wira, PnirtcitTow, Tmctiroif, Bo i-kni.iwn Ami Lrnviiig .'etv i (irk duly from the foot of Courtlandl ?t. Moniinpr Liiif.it n A. JVI\1*il Pilot Line at P. M. Tin Morninit Line proceeds to Bordentown, from thence b> t<-nin i il ;o i mild' Iphia. The Evening Line procneda direct to t'amdcu (opiiaite Ui Fliil.i! Iphia) without liantte of cur,. I'.i... lie i? will promr* their tirlini at the office foot, of ou.tla..il: ativi l, ? here a commo<lioua n/amboat, w ill heir t: ,Kline n, v ii banc 'te crate* on l><>?rd. rUilnlell iii.i baiu.ike cratea are conveyed from city to city, wihout l'i- .ii,... i by the way r. ?ch train i* provided with f car in v!>:. Ii are n|?nrtin?iita and dreaaiug room* eipn>??ly for the laUr'k' ?ue. , , U. lun iiin, the Iin.s leave Philadelphia from the foot of Walnot utreet, bv iteamboat to Bonlentown at 7 o clock, A. M. and by i-mIi...id fiom Camden, a' S o'olock. P. M. The line* lor B iliimore leire Phil idelphia at 7>< A. M., and 4 P. A', l)f|,-K a cor.tfcuaticii of the liuea from New York. jt2? 1iii?ec DCK)T AND ~SH()E~STOUR. J0IIN HKAl>\ re?|ieclfully informa hi* ftieuda niK the public, that he ha* commenced bnainea* in the nhovt line, i No.,99 Naaaaa afreet. where he will thankfully receive md i nthliilly cvrrote., all order* he may be favored with on ihe tii.*'s<.*ooable terma for caab! jyttr E NE NE1 SPRJNG AHRANOr.Nfl. NTS FOR IfUl-P*.- | HvpSV,a*e^ ?tm BelU?t, New it, Londondeiry, Sli- I Bwb:11' Ball 11a, Gal way, < oik, * atrrford, Wexford and I. nun. k, ran now lw mji.ivrd f r th<- lirat ti ritiK ?hu>?. tailinit iroin j?i verpooi, uj weekly opportunities. Such -s may be. send.ng lor their relatives w ill fi d it thei' advnnt ige by in iliing arruiiseoienW win 'lie sunscrihers. Uraf's payable ?t sight fur : large or iimull sums on the Royal Bank of lr.!a?il Apply to 1 ROC II f, BROTHERS it < O., Ji Kulton s'ret, New York, orto "l? r J A Alt; S n. ROi HE, Liverpool. FOB LIVERPOOL Buito packet of the 13th V.i >Vf'ctober?The first class (at sailing >h p UNITED -?< k^.S'1' \ T I'S I npt Brit on, burthen 800 tons, will sail as above, being her regular day. Her accommodation* for caliiu, second cabin and steerage pessesgera are too well known to require cotnineot, and as a number of lit-r bnrtlis are already eugagcj, perso. s intending to embark should make immediate application ou board, foot of Maiden lane, or to the subscriber, JOS. Mc MURRAY, 100 Pine?treet, oDf corner of South. fcfrST BLACK BALL, OU OLD LINE OK LIVKIlrfffVl'OOL PACK ETSI?Regular Packet, and .ails on tH ii mm ' l"". rlnV the I8ih October?'The magnificent, wtll known, lery fast sailing packet shin ENGL ?ND, burthen 900 to is. Captain S.muel Bartlett, will sail jiositively as above, i her regular day. Tht accommodations of tins splendid packet for cahin, 2d ca- ! bir. . m . leera-.:- passengers are unsurpassed for splendor, couve , ! nitnee an'1 r infortbv anv vessel illoat. Those embark inn for , be "td uoi itry will find it to their mt rest to select this dtsira- I | bl" con ? > nice. For passage, which is v ;y low, and to secure) ' ithe lest lierths, early application should be made ou buard. I 'n it of Reek>nau it , or to the subscribers. ROCHE, BROTHfcKS 6i CO,, 3S Kulton street, nest door to the Kulton Bank P. St.?The RngcUiid sails from Liverpool on the 7tli of December. Persons sending for t.heir"firie!id? can hare them brought out iti her, or in auv ot the packets comprising this magnificent and uneipialle'1 .me, sailing from that port punctually ou the 7th ?*<! 19th of each mo.itn. Drafts at sight for anv amount drawn direct ou the Ilo\ al Bai.U !'Ireland and on .Messrs. Piescott, (irote, Ani<-s !< < o. Bankers, London, which are paid free of discount or any charge whatever, iu every town throughout Kngland, Ireland, Scotj laud and VV'ales For (Mssage, itc apply as above. The ftvorite packetship 'XFoRD, will succeed the EN(jLAND, aud sail Sir Liverpool on the 1st November, her reguI lar day. oGr fcfig- OLD BLACK BALL LINE OF PACKETS? I MCWfWFor Liverpool?The splendid fast sailing packet ship MUaeiua''NCiLANL), Capt. Bartlett, will ba despatched as ai'ove, li-r regnl?r day. She has superior accommodation for cabin, second cabin and steerig- passengers. Those wishing to secure berths will le(lii irt to make early application to JOHN HERDMAN, CI South st, n'ar Wall street. N. B.?Pas-age firm <rreit Uritain and Irela d, via Liverpool, can at all times lie engaged, ou the lowest terms, by any of the regular packet ships, and tlraf's furnished for any amount payable at the National a- d Provincial tlmk of Ireland, and at a'l the piincipal towns throughout the United ivingdom, ou application as above. o7 r I NEW LINK. OK LIVERPOOL PACKETS.? WrYVW. Packet ol 16th October?Tim new and elegant packet I iHMNfa>hip ROCH PER, 1000 tons burthen, Lap lain J. I Urili.-II, \\ ill sail on Monday, Pith October, ln-r regular Jay. The ship* ofthii line teiuif all luOO tout ami upwards,persons about to embark lor the old country, will not fail to see tin1 advanURt-s to be derived from selecting this line ill prnfrrtnce to any other, a* their great caiiaeity renders them every way more comfortable and convenient than allies of a smller cl.ss. Those wiihiugr to secure berths in this magnificent ship, should not fail to make early application to VV. &. .1. T. TAPSCOTT, At tliair Oentiral Passage Office, Peck slip, corner of South at. The Rochester will sail from Liverpool on the3th December. Persons wishing to st ud for their friends,cau hive them brought out in first class ships, sailing weekly, oil fivorable terms. Drafts for any amount, payable on demand w tliout discount, in nil 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. sSr KOR LIVERPOOL-NEW LlNE.-RegiTbir Packwt of 25th October.?The splendid |>acket ship JmhmBbOARRICK, Captain Wm. Skidd)*, of 1000 tons, w ill sail as above, her regular day. For freight or pusage, having handsome furnished accommodations,apply on board at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall street, or to E. K. COLLINS Si CO. Price of passage, $75. 50 South street. The packet ship ROSCIUS, Captain John Collins, of 1100 tons, will succeed the OARRIOK, and sail the25th November, her regular day. Passengers may rely upon the ships of this line sailing punc tually as advertised. 02 ~A-gg?" tuH LIVERPOOL?The New Lire?Reguh" KfoFasVPacket 16th of October?The fine New York uui;. HnMBi>?'l;ri ship HOCHE8TEH, John Britton, inaste, 800 tons, w ill sail on her regular day, 16th October. Kor freight or passage, having very su|>erior accommodations, apply to lue ('aptain on hoard, at west side Burling slip, or to WOODHULL it MINTURNS,87 South st. Price of passage, $75. The tine packet ship lloltinguer, Ira Bursley, master, 1050 tons, will succeed the Rochester and sail on her regular day, 16th November. olll r KOR LONDON?lnth October?Regular p.cket W*TV*h'P WELLINGTON. apt. D. Chadwick, will A wjl&.i'l as abov, li?r regular day. 1 lie docninmod li oisioi c ibin tecoidc-hin and steerage i>as? <ge s, cannot be surpassed, in tuis very superior ve-sel. rervons desirous of securing berths ?houlJ uir.ke eirly applica tiou to JOSEPH Mc.viURRA Y , ol ec UK) Pine st. comer South JvSrjtfC KOR HULL.?A good ship now loading for llull M?JWpVcau take the bulk of li 0(1 bbls light freight Apply to Fivllr WOODHULL & MINTL'RN, . !1. c 87 South street. TaSSAcTe" KROM t'OKK-Via Tirerjicioi-lii jMjjFWthe first spring ships.?We beg to inform our friends jUMMBiii'b.it during the coining spring. 1844. we shall have a teguiai succession ol lirst class American ships, sailing from tlx above port every week, which will l>e fitted out in such a manner for second cabin anil steerage passengers, as cannot fail to ensure them every comfort. One of our firm, Mr. James D. Roche, resides there, who will see iwnonally 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. TKo>e sending lor their friends will at once see the advantage to be derived bv paying in our line, \pplv to. or address if by letter post paid, ROCHE BROTHERS ?c CO. J5 Kulton street, next door to the Kulton Bank, or to JAMES D. ROCHE, 14 Goree Piazzas, Liverpool. P. S.?Passage certificates and drafts can be sent from this by :Iie regular packet ships on the 1st, 7th, 13th, 19th and 2ith of . ?. r\- motth, also by the Boston steamers on the 1st and 16th. SJOJT , KOR HAVRE.?The supeiior Kreuch ship Ml WPJwIVNERVE, Captain d'Acheux, will sail on or about ife&ti&'he 2Kb instant. i' oi l.<-iv;ht or passage, apply to CREAUH 8c HEY DECKER, or to JJOYU & H1NCKE V, 06 r 9 Toniine Buildings. PA^SAGK FOTl~NEW ORLKAMS-Xo sail Wf!T*V-P<)?'tiv?ty 16 h October?I'he sp'eudid well known iSHilb it taili ig i' cket p AL Ml AM \ Capt. Bunitr 1. s hi1 >*ltively a? above, h.-r regular day*. She baa exceedingly good accommodations f ir cibin, second cabin and ?le-ra^i- plsienvers, and is calculated to atlor<l every co tort to passaged dure.g the toyap. Tho e about going to New Oilejiis, would do well to inspect tins ship, and make m-.;1v appti< a'.uii on hoaid, foot ol* VV a 11 street, or to W. & J. T TAPSCOT r. ? Trek slip, corner South street. The sh.pt of tliis line sail every five days throughout the se> 5 m, as usual. otOr FOIl NEW ORLEANS?Louisiana aud New Vrrk Line?Warranted tint regular packet or freigli UIw'<h-T<i sail Tins Dav?The fa?t sailinv: packet ship vi 1.->31.idll'Pl, Captain C. Hillard, will sail as above, her ivcitlar day. For freight or pai. age, having handsome furnished accommodations, apply on hoard, at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall >trwt. or to E. K. COLLINS 81 i:0, r>B South street Ship|iers w ill pleise send in their hills of lad.ug callv this day. Passengers by this ship will please be on board the steamboat Hercules, at Wtii'e'iall this day, (Tuesday,) at 3 P.M., at w hich tune ihe ship w ll sail. Sliip|**r* may rely upon having their goods by this line correctly ineaaurril. Agents hi New Orleans, Hullen fc Woodruff, who will promptly forward all goods to their address The packet ship YAZOO, ''aptair- U. J. H. Tr-sk, will succeed the .Mississippi, and sai 20th inst., her regular day. 01O1 AAtfr- FOR NKW ORLEANS?To sail positively on krflpJrV'lie ffiih Oct ?The elegant first cla-s ship OKOKOK l'EVENS, Capt. Cushiug, will b<> despatched as abo?e. This ship oilers a most desirable conveyance lor a limited number of second cabin passei.ger?, a> 110 steerape passenge s will be taken; the second cabin is handsomely fi'tfrd up w ith staterooms, and all other arrangements uece.sary for the comfort of pisseagirs For passage, apply ou board the ship, pier 10 E. R., fjot of Old slip, or to JOHN 111-.RDM AN, 61 South street, near VV all street. N. B.?The subscriber has Ant class ships sailiug weekly for 'he above port, by which passage cau beeufciged .it the lowest rates. u9r i?ri?- REGULAR PACKET FOR NEW ORLEANS lokraV?Packet of 111li Octobcr.?The splendid well known HMNaM aclo't ship NORTH CAROLINA, Captain lirum mimil, win mm pniicm in y a* aoove, ner P'HIIiar uay. i 1114 1,111 packet In* accommodation* lor cabin, woonil cabin, and itrdrnf pa??fiiKen. I'ar superior to any other ship tailing to the above imrt. The price of passage i? low, and those wialuntf to secure berths should not fail in making early application on board at in r fool of Joutw' I <!!< , n<'?t W all sin-ei, or in W. St J. V. TAI'SCOTT. At thi'ir (Jriioral Par.?-i<re Office, 4i I'cck hp, corner Sonth it Wim have <il 10 regular hint clan packets sailing weekly 10 London, Liverpool, New Or ( 'in, Mobile, hiivaninli, and Charleston. o? JU3 l-i)|! p ' \V (Mil I \.NH?To nail positively on Ttf'y-'ffVvt'lo I2tl> October?Th? first clans el-gain packet ship ^MMHBSal'l BKIll . < npt. Norton, will I* despatched as ill..re, Ii r ri-ui'lar day. HIv liai unsurpassed accommodations (or rabin, second cabin, anil steeragu lussimgcrs, who will1 h? takcji at a moderate rule by apply inn ou board the ship at Pier 12 K II., or to r,l i;r JOHN HKRDMAN.6I 8011M1 ?t. near Wall ?t. fiffS' PA88AOK KOR NKW ORLKAN8?Only reNMMFmKtilar packet of the 10th October.?Tin* splendid well JBlMfitkunwii last sailing packet ship .MISSISSIPPI, ( 'apt. Milliard, will aail intuitively a* ahov. her legnler day. This ship lias splendid accoininod itions for cabin, second cabin and steerage pasiei'gers. Persons desirous of I'rotcedinj to the above port and securing the beat berths, should not fail to make early applirition on board, foot of Wall street, or to . . W. Ik. J. T. TAPslC.OTT. cor South at. The packet ship Alabama will succeeil the Mississippi, anil will sail on the lv.h October, her regular day. ?'(> ec NKW VOHK St BOSTON HOUJNo i'lhOT. rjWKN PRE8( OT 1", Pilots, or takes charge as muter ami Y pilot ?f vessels hound to New Bedford, over Nuituckei "th wis, llostou, Portsmouth, Portland, Kemieheck, and OTH 1 Wl* * c5* v,mcIl "f r r>? at nnaw * 'Nautical stt iv 22. ?V. te* ?.?*. corner Beehnuu. K?(??ivnc?> to a number of mer haiitt, i 'I the ?**? nwaruM i;ompinn in thu nu Bo. IB. . ^4 KOR BALK OH TO HKNT-The l>rem,nIB Mill. [T7.W Willi II Of 11 run <>l atone*, with all ?f ii> ejieimve m, JlMlL Inner,, iitiiated n??r two mile* from New liorhelle - ne?tcr( ounty. a.,d ^tateof New \ ork, atul m immeduu pro*imitv to tu*1 city ol New York, now hi or.ter lor in ei|en. ive bii?iiie*s in (tour, .mil can grind .oid rack 100 to 130 barivU e.tcli day, or could lie mo?t aaVanUKeoualy employed for an> oilier purpoie which nuiclit re.juire extaniire water pow. r. l'h? reputation C>r the pail tlil.ty-l'lve jear? < n oyed b, the hVmium Vfills, and their pro*imity to New V..rk, with the facility ol transportation afforded unmed ately adjacent, oy way ol tin navigation direct U) the Mill* from any |>ort, render the ftcit Ilea for nunincM iinexcei tionahle to ihnte d? airing inch an e?lahliahmeut. Apply to Hr.Nil V PATRIpGK kKLLOIIII. Liu , New JWnefle, N. Y., Kelloggaville, or to Mil.Aa WOOD. K?nv 59 Ur ad utreet. New York. New Hnehelle, Anim?t21, 11113. u6titr W YO N YORK, TUESDAY M( WM. T. JENNINGS & GO. rvflAFERS AND TAILORS, 231 Broadway, American L' Hotel, opposite the Fountain, solicit attention 10 an assorts metit of sAuonable goods, iucluiliug Cloths, Casximere*, Vestings. Sic., in all the u?w and various styles, under the usur auce that the system of " imnll profits and quick returns," which has elicited so lib*r.il a patronage, will be continued, while our artanip-meuts ate such as will unable us u> fill all orders in future with promptness. A feature in the e?tablishm> nt, which must commend it to those reoniring articles for immediate use, is the addition to our stock, of an assortment of first quality ready mid* <??r? meots. consisting cf Burton ts, Krncki, Itcsj Coats, Pantaloon*, Vesta, Office Cnats, Travelling Frocks, Dreisirg Oowus, &?. A choice collection ol Silk unit Satin Scan'*, Cravats, Handkerchiefs, Olovee, Suspenders, Hosiery, Under Shirts, Drawers, Muslin Shins, Col Ian, dec. At prices which must offer indacemeiiu to purchasers. jy21 3cn*ec " i'KEVllUM SOFA HKDSI EADS AT McUR>W'3 PATENT EXTENSION SOFA.-This -1. s article i? so well known in t e public, and'Is adv tr tagis li'Ti* been so iucoiltcstil>ly proved, that the inventor deems it um ece?h.try to m<ike f< rthcr comment, lie would, however, beg leave to refer to tin- lew following highly res|>eciable gen tlemeu who hate these aulas now in use, as to their convenience and utility En-Preside t Van Buren, Kiuderhook, N. Y. Jaine< It Whiting, District Attorney, do. Ilou C. C Cambrele g, do. Hon. Se at r Preston H. C. ts m'l VV*rd Eki.. firm of Prime, Ward & King, N. Y. Brown, Brothers St Co. do. Col. Croshv, do. Ilev. D* Nott Sc .enectadv, do. A thou and mora isines could be given of gentlemen and ladi s of the first respeclabi in it it weie necessary; but it needs only jo lie seen to I'e its own best recommeu latiou All persous winning to purchase s fas. sofa bedsteads reclining ollice or rocking chairs, are n spectfully invited to call at <63 Broadway, sei'oir' door ah ve (iruid street. N. D. The above sola has been awarded, as premiums, at the ' ari "is Fairs where it his been t ihibued, one Kold medal, thiee silver medals, and six diplumis. 463 Broadway, second door above Grand s'reet. 08 lin'm J. ftOitlA's CHEAP DYEINU ESTABLISHMENT. MR. KOKIA begs leave respect fully to inform his friends and the public in general that owing to the depressed state of 1 he times, he ha* reduced his price 25 per cent billow the regular charges. Ladies wishing their summer dresses, shawls, tic. dyed or pressed, will liud 11 much to their advantage by paying him a visit. Gcutlemeu will also do well to call with such articles of wearing apparel as may ue?d dyeing or pressing. All orders will be iiunct jallv attended to, and the articles done up in the best style at Soria's establishment, No. 490 l'e?rl stj His branches are at No 257 Bleecktr st., No 352 Bowery, aud at li7 (iraud sc. Also a branch at 41) Kulton st. Brooklyn, and at Newark, N. J., corner of Rroad st, and Washington Place. Merchants can have all binds of goods dyed aud put up in the it original forms, and on moderate terms. Principal oftmetOO I *irl St. au20 3m*ec A IH'UU'll'.: L'Al I I.' A villi IV auvuua o n nuri JL FOR GENTLEMEN'S HATS, AUTUMN?1813. NO VV ready for sale and impaction at his old standi, 204 and ;c0 Greenwich street. P. S ? Also, im elegant assortmeet. of men'i, boys' and children's caps, ol entile new patterns sll lin*ec ~ TO THE PUBLIC. The firm heretofore known n? OENIN Sc. V AN _ V RAN K EN, HATTERS, Having been dissolved, the subscriber, JOHN N. GfeNIN, Has opened A HAT AND CAP STORE. No. 90 BROADWAY. Third door from Wall street. JN. O. bcjfj simply to state his determination to use his best exertions to make a HAT that for quality of material and beanty of finish cannot be excelled. He therefore trusts to receive, from his friends aud the public that support which will euable him successfully to carry out his designs. JOHN N. OENIN, Hatter, sl4 lm*m 90 Brosdway, 3d door above Wall st. J OSEPH GILLi )TT'S STEEL PENS. REDUCED PRISES. rPHE subscriber is const uitly receiving freah supplies of the J- above justly celebrated pens, 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, vu :? Nos. I, 2 aud 3 Principality Pens, ultra tiue, line and medio in points. No. 0?Caligraphic Pen?a prime article on pictorial cards, views of celebrated places. Nos 9 and Ifl?Washington Pen?very fine point, and elastic, on superb cards. In evidence of the high estimation in which these Pens are held, the following statement is made :? The uuinberof Pens manufactured at the works of JOSEPH GILLOTT, from Dec. 1811. to Dec. 1842, wai 70,612.002 The public are cautioned to be on their guard atainst spuri ous articles. Each package of the genuine i>ens bears a fac simile of Mr. Oillott s signature. Kor sale by HENllY JESSOP, Importer, 91 John street. comer of Gold. A good supply of Windle's aud Mosley & Co.'? Loudon Pens sJU I in ? NEW YORK STEAM SCOURING ESTABLISHMENT.?Clothing repaired by Win Joseph Smith, at No. 32 John str*et, New \ork, entrance in John street Take no tice.all tli'-se whose garments, from long service, have become soiled ami disfigured l?y grease spots, oil, piin s, tar, pitch, Sic., can be taken out of sliawls, difssen, table coven, carpet*, cloaks, and all descriptions of cloth in the ueateu style anu the shortest uotice, by the subscriber. Stop and see for yourseli, at No. 32 John street. All orders left are attended to as s|>eedi]v* as possible, to any p<rt of the city. He also intends cirrytug on, at the above i lace, 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 ties truciive to leather fouud in ordinary blacking. oi iWr W.V1. JO. SMITH. LEECHES! LEECHES! 90 OHO 'ARQE AND HEALTHY Swwdith luid *?VJ>V/V-/W German Leeches, just received per ship Candor, Irom Hamburg; and diily expected 3U.HOO Sxveedisn and Oerman Leeches i*r batk Franklin from Hamburg. For tale at moderate pricos at O. A. & II. WlTTE, Importer* of Leeches, s30 lm*m 446 I'eail street, New York ru GDNSsirens /i\u jTi^uTt;K.3 IN GUNS 200 BARREL GUNS, aworted, from common 40D tingle barrel Guns. assorted, from common to fine 2000 pairs of Pistol's, selling below the cost of importation 600 Uities, selling do do nf manufacture 200 Muskets do do do do Guu Lock Limbs in every state of finish Tools and Mat< rials for making Guns Gun Locks, Percussion Caps, Powder Flasks and Horns, Shot Belts and Pouches, Game Bags, Dog Collar* and Chains, Ike. Sic.?for sale bv A. W. SPIES & CO who are constantly receiving from the foreign manufacturer iegiilar supplies of every article inquired for by the gunsmith >r spoilsman. sl9 lm'ec E Mi lite. Or BEAUT V.?The following Toilet articles are to lie had genuine only at 67 Walker street, one door 'rom the corner of Broadway Oouraud's t'oudre siubtile?For safely, quickly and perm* ien11y eradicating superfluous hair from all parts of the human frame. This we prove beyond all donbt to every purchaser requesting proof. Bew ire of counterfeits, containing dele erious aud utterly inefficacious No aiirm iu Brook >'0, Gouraud's K.m de Bcaute?For thoroughly exterminating Hi, pimples, blotches, morphew, See eliciting delicate white uecu, h indii and arm*, and imparting a juvenile b,oom, by it* dilating properties, preventing the formation of wrinkles, anil banishing them when present. Oourtud's Vegetable Liquid Rouge, imparts a delicate blushing tinge to the cheeks, immovable by rubbing with a handkerchief >r a cloth. (Jo -audi DUnr d'F.tpange, or Spanish White, gives to the comp 'tiou a pure, life-like alabaster whiteness. In elegant boies 15 cents each. Oot.-aud's (Grecian Hair Dye?For coloring red or grey hair, without staining the skill, warrauted. 81 per bottle. K.ye Brow and Whisker Dye, 21 certs Per bottle. Creim of L lies?For removing UaiiilruH, miking the hair rich, silky and xlossy, and gradually changing it to a dark brown or raven bla.k. #1 eenis per bottle. Agents?2 Milk st,Boston; 76 Chaauut st, Philadelphia; tirey, r'ouEhke.-iwie; Outline, Albany; Myers, New Haven; Wells&i Co. llarttord; Cowles, Spriuglield; Faulkner, .Norwich; Green Sc Co. Worcester; Carleton Si Co Lowell; Hodife, New buryjiort; Preston, Portsmouth; I'alten, Portland; Oiuld, Bangor; Thomas, Cincinnati); Tuttle, Pittsburgh; Georze St?Jey, Kruukl'ort, Ky.; S. Touaey, Rochester; Seth S. Hand. B iltimore. *n im*r JfciA 'PRA Yrt, TAIJLE CUTLfcRY,&cT ~ AW. SP1KS & CO. 21# Pearl street, are now opening sii c.uks of new mil elegant patterns of Tea Trays, embracing every variety of quality, color and sizes, Irom eight to thirty

ini.hes. \!so, 200 gross Ivory self-tip and Stag handle Knives and Forks. Also, one case new patterns Crookcr's fiu? Pen Knives. sli im*?* P.\Flii BOOTS ANU L\HT8 MAUK JO ORDE11, By K. X U S K H, 17;> Hrottriwiiy, (HatemnU.) One door from Courtlandt street. .d&rri ^ SUSe.K. Bootmaker, aud Miker of Lasts, an " fc.lve'' of Clerceol' Paris, l>egs le^ve to inform his friends aud all the amateurs of a genth ininly " clianssure," that lie can now make, in New York, with th? best French materia!*, alt that is so perfectly made in Paris by his ms.ster, the celeb^ited Boofmilcer I lerce, whose numerous customers on this side of the Atlantic are respectfully invited to try Suser's Boots and I.isis, belore they despair of being " chawsses" in New V"rk, alter the. nicest latest Paris fashion. Alio, the genuine Paris Jet Black Vnmish sold. n 17 lin*ec JL* ROOTS ANU 8HOKS.-WILSON K JOHN ^ i^^vSON, Successors to John Hutehings. deceased, liiieon hand and for sale, from the beat tnaintfietories in the country? 1U0 Cases Coarse Sewed and Pegged Boots, men and boys. Kiue Wr.air Morocco Buskins. 11.10 ' Ladies' Fine Clipper*. 301)0 " I bildirn's Shoes, various colors. .'00 " Womens ana misses Gaiters 1000 " liuli.i Rubbers, trimmed anil plain. Kor lisle in lots to suit purchaser*. at their ?tore. ISO < H ill IA M 8TKRRT, opposite Rosevelt. N. B.?The More hem* open until 10 o clock in ihe evening, iriw* country merchants an opportunity Co eiamiut' xoxdaat th.rir Iciintc, Tw*w 11>11 >' AND >l isSlSV ? ?!. CHRAPRR THAN K.VK.R. i 1' \\ vLKER'8 OLD STAND, 419 ItriMdway, where f? may !? f und a complete aMoiimeut of all die different kind*, colors, aorta and *i/.**, for I nlie*, misses and children. ^riuer?, Hoots, Buskini, Hlippm, and walking hot. Also, India Rnhbfls and Mocr?ins,iiid water proof oyer shoe* of the lac ?! style and fish ion; ladies', misses' and children'* f Jutr ra of ill kind* id color*, in the greatest ?tylc and raretv. ol nil *i7>s anil mtrtlto all tastes; gentleme jdtyi' ai d children'! i nu and ?hoe?, of Ki?nch and native calf, c arse md fine, m ill lli ir variety, ready made or m vie to order, at the shortest nonce. U. ntl-ineu'.niv 'i .h >ei and an innumerable assortment of other good*, at WALKER 8, tl!) Brnadwav, crrner of Canal ?t. N. B,?Head* ol l"?milie*, by patronizing thi* est blishment, will find a saving of 2i to 3il per cent. o2 lni*ec SAVK VOUH MONKY. FALL AND WINTKI1 LOOT8, 7J i>er rent cheap* r than at any other establishment in the city. '1 fTeiainine, and be convinced iit"th" facta, that yon can gtl the very best quality of loots, with evurlasting intent soles on, made to yonr ordari at the Vi'ry !.> ? | rice office dollars end fifty cent* per pair ; the ?ame quality ot' boot* are selling at other eitablialimenti at from S7 }l> to ?. < all .'t CI BUKKLKV fc MICKKLL. 12 1 in*in 127 Willi.ui) at,. N. Y. * RK E )RNLNG. OCTODEil 10, ) ENGLISH APVERTISEMENTS. HMIK NKW YOltK HKRALLt i. r. *ularly liM in !.-n.u u A bv Mr. P. L. SIMMON PS, Au. it fit 'lie Aiiieii- ui I'lpffi, Brituli and Kuivikii Newkp'twr Offlc#, IS Conihill, Loutloi', opposite llie UoyaJ Kxclun^r, w litre order* auil nJtarlu* 11 ' III. will be received. ttSur GENERAL AGENCY~ANlJ COMMISSION" OFFICE, 16 CORNHILL, LONDON, OIT0S1TK THE HOYAL 'PO MERCHANTS, t oirnnciM News Room*, Public Li i- braries, Agricultural Societies,Officer* of the United MUlu, Printers. Publishers of Newspat>ers, Sic. P. L. SIMMON DS, lieiieral Agent anil Comtniuion Merchant, to acquaiut In* friends and the American public iu general .that he i? reuly to receive orders for the supply ol Newspapers, Periodicals, Stationery, Prititintr Materials, hancy Articles. Sic. of any kind and quantity, uuil Koods of every de?cril>tioti of first rate quality at the very lowest market price* of the day, and to transact Imiii.ess upon the most liberal terms, provided he is previously furnished with funds or drafts at either long or short nates, or a reference ou some Loudon or Li verpool house for pa\ incut I*. L. Simmnnds will also receive consiKiiireiits of any description of merchandize to lie sold on commission, and accept bill;, at short dates for two thirds of the amount, on receipt of the bills of lading. Consignment* entrusted to III* care will in et with everv possible despatch in their disposal, consistent with the interest of tlx c?n?uiier*: an eitensive k,.owledt;e of general business coupled with promptitude,attention and judgement, will he trust* enable l>im to give complete satisfaction to all who may favor him with tlier comm unis. Ilelereuce may lie made in New York to J.iuiea Gordon Hennett, fcisq , Proprietor of the Herald,who is personally acquainted with iVlr.Siniiuoiid* and the nature and extent uf his eslablialimen'. sgfltf r TO NEWSPAPER AOENTS AND PUBLISHERS IN TIIE UNI T E D ST A 1' ES. T?H08E excellent llluslrateil ,N? vspajiers, The Pictorial J- Times, and Illustrated Loudon New *, are supplied at 7s 6d sterling per qr. Punch at Is t>d per qr, anil all the London and Foreign Newspaiiers as they api>ear are regularly supplied, wholesale and retail, by P. L. 81 MM ON DS, Newspa|ier and Periodical \gent, IB Cornliill, London. Subscriptions in advance, may be paid into the Herald Ollice. ou Mr. Siininonds' account. Advertisements received for iusertion in all the Loudon, Country and Foreign Journals. ?28tf LONDON-ST. {CATHERINE'S HOTEL, oniosite the 8t. Katherine's Dock liatej, and near tlie Royal Mint.? THOM A S LENN EY, l.ilel hiei' Steward of the liritish l^ueeu Steamship, resiiectfully informs his friend* in the I tilled States fli.tf lu? lln lilt- innrnl?llI Ml" ill.* .ik.Vf n*vv .I Mf.i. bhshment, which is built and furnished regardless <>l excuse, a ul is ill every lespect adapted forth* ivre|>tion of wniliM Mid gent lemen visiting England, as the hotel I runts that paitofthe alock in which the liners and moat of the other American vessels lay, and is within lite minutes walk of tlx 11 ink aud Ko> al Exchang-. The house will he conducted on liberal and economical principles. The coffee room is supplied w ith the London, American, Kant Indian aud coloni ui papers. The viands, wines, Ike,, are of the tint quality. A good billiard room and wai in baths will be found in tlie house. Gentleman may contract by the week or month for board, Sic., on the same terms as in America. T. LENNEY begs to assure those who may honor him with the.ir patronage that nothing shall be warning to render tlii in comkrtahla, and by attention to the w ishes of his guests, hopes to merit that confidence anil good will so liberally bestowed on him when stew ard of the British Queen. s2!? eod lmr CHE^P Sl'OllE TO MY OLD CUSTOMERS AND THE PUBLIC GENE11ALL\ . DHUGS, rYESTUKFS. PAINTS, MEDICINES, (tKOCEIUp.S, &c No. 108 GREENWICH STREET, NEW YORY. JOHN C. MORRISON offers for sale, on the inost liberal " terms, a very extensive assortment of goods, among them the following, to which he would solicit the atteutiouol APOTHECARIES. Opium, Corrosive Sublimate, Camphor, Aqua Ammonia, Cream Tarter, Spirit* ivilre Uulcis. Castile Soap, Bui>er Carbonate Soua, Liquorice, 'J artaric Acid, Balsam Copaiva, Epsom Sails, Rhubarb, Laudanum, Jalap Senna, Aloes, Sulphate Quinine, Klors. Chamomile, Oil Pcmieruiiut.uiid all Essen Gum Arabic, tial Oils, Castor Oil, Gum Myrhh, Uuicksilver, Cantharides, Magnesia, (Sum Tragacanth, Mania, Powdered Bark, Roll and Flonr Sulphur, Co ks of all kinds. Alcohol, Sarsaparilla, Bur-*, refined and crude, Sponges, coarse and fine, Caloinel, Druggists' Glass Ware Red Precipitate. Vials. PAINTERS. Window glass, of all sizes and British Lustre, qualities. Glue, all so'la, White lead, dry and in oil, Gold and Silver L<"^f, Red Lead, Gold a.id n lv-r Uiu .z.*, Litharge, Copper Bry Spirits 'I urpeutine, ( In k. wl.i t iu.J red, Putty, Pa is white. Whiting, SinuUh t.'.wi, Verdigris, dry and in oil, Ve.itai .11 lied, Chrome Green, Sand Pape.r Chrome Yellow, I'uniice Mo :e. Yellow Oclue, French and Tar uuJ Hosin, American, J pj., co.'t', coach cud h&r Trnssian Bine, ue ? rarrish. Vermillion, Tu<key I rn'ier, Rotten Stone, Te rt <lt S emu, Ivory Black, J<ed Chalk, Gum I<opaI, Gum SluJ'tc, I'aiul Uruslws, all si/.<s, fliislu V anish. llose 1 ink, H.L'.ii Tot la. 1J iiw. Lamp Black, Blach Lead. OILS. Oil, Kail, Oil, Train, Winter, Limserd, Summer strained sperm, Neat* loot, 1 Reliued, whale, Ol.V" or Sweet, Unrefined, w hale, Sea Elephant. Tanners', U d Oil, Sperm and Stearic Candh s, DYE WOOD DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS. Logwood. Hi ml Wood, Camwood, Red Saunders, Fustic, llalen Wood, Nicaragua, Red Wood, Barwood, Hypernic Wood, Gum Asphaltum, Peach Wood, Sal Ammoniac, Ebony Wood. Soaps, MANrVACTITRRHS. Alum, Kullers' Earth, Blue Vitriol, Madder, Dutch and French, Copperas. Knt;. and Amer. Indigoes, of Bengal, Carracai OlVitrol, and < iuatamala, Sugar Lead, White Tartar, Bleaching Salt), lied Tarter, Cochineal, <tlue, Aqua Kortis, Sumac, Nutgal's, Lac Dye, Anuatto. Starch, Soda Ami,' Prussiate Potash, Poland Pearl Ashes, (turn Senegal, Eitr.ct Logwood, Powdered Curcuma. Tartaric Acid, Powdered Blue Smalts, Bi-chromate ol' Potash, Quercitron Bark, Sal Soda, Spirits Nitre Kortis, Uum Shellac, Salt Petre, Cudliear, British Oum, Woad, Nitric Acid and Grain and Bar Tin, Oxalic Acid. Soaps, GROCKKS. Young Iiyson Ti n, Pepper Sauce, 11V sou " Macaboy Snuff, Imperial " Scotch Snuff Gunpowder " Mace, Hyson Skin " Indigo, Klotant, Smchong " ('astile Soap, Bohea " doves, Kre.ich Brandies, Caster Oil, in bottles, ^yauish Segars, Alcoh I, Pot aud Pearl Ashes, Kpsoin Salts, Starch, Cinnamon, Li uorice Ball, Kriction Matches, B'th Brick, Carbouate Ammouia, Saleralus, British Lustre, Fix Blue, Soda for Mashing, Powdered Ginger Root, Mustard, London, Alum, Caytintte Pepper, Olive oil in bottles 8c baskets, Powdered Nutmeg, Nutmegs, Powdered Cinnamon. Sa.lpetie, crude and refined. CONFECTIONERS, DISTILLERS AND BAKtRS. Cochineal, Oil of Anuisml, Nutmegs, Absynth, Mace, Carray way, t.lnvet, Juniper, Cniuatntn. Rose, Grange and Peach Wa lunula Buds, ters. Allspice, Vanilla Beins, Gum J Iragacanth, Coriander Seed, Otim Arabic, Turkey, Carravway Seed, Outn Oamboge, A iiis<t><l, Oil uf Koses, _ Jujube Paste, Peppermint, Pearlash, Wiutergreeu, Sileratus, Cinnamon, 8u|>er Carbonate of Soda, Orai ge, Tartaric Acid, Bergamot, (tin err, white Jamaica, Lemon, (Singer, Kant India. TAPER MAKERS, HATTERS, fcc. Blceching Powdera, Niitgalla, Powdered Blue Smnlta, Blue Vitriol,, Olue, Verdigris, Oil Vitrol. I'n penis, Copper Calx, Hil Ammonia, Shallac. Antimony, Alcohol, Sugar of Lead, Extract of Logwood, Aloes, Alum, See. PATENT MEDICINE DEALERS. Ralsam of Honey, Anderson's, l<ee'* fc Hooper's Turlington's Balsam, Pills, H item in 'a Drops, Opedeldoc, Ihrl'in mid British Oil, Seem' and Liquid, Seidlim Ponders, Modi Powder*, Stoughton's Bitters, (Godfrey's Cordial, Extract Sarsap-rilla, And. rson's Cough Drops, Cephalic Sou n, Thompson'* Eye Water. 09 im ilydtwy*r CHALLENGE TO THE WORLD. VyilEKKAS ceruin interested individuals have endeavored W lor a lo g time to depreciate t*>e quality of our tobacco, l id h.iv" tik?n nndne and dishonorable m?ana to drive us from itie field of comiietirion?we do now, relying upon the superiority of our mnnu factor* over any other of the same kind in the country, or in the world, challenge comparison with any ptcinu ia of Fine-Cut Chmui Tobacco, Spurs, and all m virieties of smoking Tobacco, at the coming rairorihe American lus'itute We are induced to this course in justice to ourselves, as well that llie public may have an opportunity to evrrcise tl.eir own judgments, in regard to the respective merits of an irticleof very gen-ril consumption. H'e adopt (his as the most fair and satisficr >'y mode f settling ill* ouestion of superiority; nnil are * lliug to re?t our claims t>> public patronage on ?h?ie>ei ilecniou i.iitin.iy be a wanted iu the premises. JOHN' AND*.R?ON * r.O,, oT r,i tn No. 2 Vail s\ ?I3and i i Pit "ie M. i v SA! %N08 offers for sa'e, at > i, 6 '.v.i i st, 10 iihd) *a Muscovado Sug-r, and IS bus of Coffee, luudiiiK from brig 1" rat, frou; Jago In Storie? 10 hhd? Sun cured MuaC'ir vl" sugar oitio: for refiner* \ l>.i?n white Sugar. >ree la'ior 19 bales superior (iuisa Tobacco, unable f nwriufac jjfl.m. SyTrs'of Lord Byron, WooJti ir,*r J i variety .?f ithei WANTED?A Cooper, and a Mil wnght that nndrr'*and? i'i.-|<ntpT wrrn M?(iiom ??"? ui><; mu?i ih i ol ii mwi'i1 ImIhI? Ai'plv m <hnv <1 I ? < 11/HKAT?<00 butltrli prinw Ilium,? WinMt, iiov? 1 ui'ii.j ' ? I'mn f*t Mary, (or ul> by il K K 1'OL.LiNI k CO. 'A SW.ai1 ?i i [ERA ] 1843. S?w Orleans. [Corresjioiuli nee of the Herald.] NKW Obleans, .Sept. 2), 1813. 'itX'lkt in A* id OrltanM? Union Hunk in mirtirular? Vil/mt) Fever? Cotton and Commerce. ! James Bennett, Esq.? j 8iu:? i V\ u? ii I l.jg! wrote you on ilie subject of c.ur banks, I informed >ou that the people were getting extremely thy of the Union Bank notes. This state of feeling continues to exist since it is ascertained that no arrangements can be made witli the house of Baring, Brother <Sc Co. without a special law being passed by our legislatu:e?which, rest assured will never be done, as the legislature and govern* r are determined to put into liquidation ull banks which cannot promptly pay 'heir debts. it is now generally know tint this bank will not be able to pay the interest on her bunds in February nex', much less that which will fill due next August. As ;o the p >st notes anil bonds, aim meting to nrarly $2,C00,000, due in November 1844, it 14 firtiuy believed Hint a fraction of it win never be prti i. Tne const qui uce will be, that under a late lu* passed by ti e legislature, she must go imo th? hands of commit ioners for liqmduti n, and doubtlew it is he b< >t plan lor all parties int< ri f 'ed There i m j rty here who put 11 Mr I'Vey, rh<* cashier, niul loaned him eighy thousand dollars to accept itie offi >\ (and at a saiary of eight thni.-.iiid j dollars in r annum, one half ol which will probably i be lost) who wish the'ounk to goon, in order that | in'othe swarm of hii;h sal tried officers, directors! it d iheir Irtends may have a chance to extract the | ottle honey that is left ; and at the end of another decade, leave the shell lor the poor stockholders and I .-rue to lament over. L) y after day new developments are being inane, tail >* I have long foretold you, I don't believ.5 that 1 in IS4.">, when John Tyler will go out o( office, th're will be three solvent hanks remaining in this eitv out of the sixteen, which once occupied niRg- ' nihoi.t buildings,now crumbling to du?t, or turned into bn ker?' or gambling shops. Travellers need so on t.iriher ilian New Orleans to study ancient remau s of temples, and stately < olumna of every ordi r, v- in the plain Doric to the rich Corinthian The Canal Bank <;ustle is about to be pulled down, nnd the costly materials will lie put into plain lepubli an stoies. Other bank castles will prob.ib'j ^ive place to more useful buildings, and a swarm oi idle drones, who have long been fattening on the money ot the stockholders, will have to go to Texas or Ftarve, us they are so well known that th?y could not get the situation of street ckaner, if they were 10 apply lor it. The feeling on this subject is strongly shown by the editor ot the Republican, a Tyler paper, who declares publicly, tout it James \V. Breedlove, ex-Bresident of the notorious Atcliafainya Bank, and a Mr Woodrufl, should be honored with offices in this community by John Tyler, that they will lorthwith haul down the flig which floats so majestically at the head of their paper. O tempora ! O inores ! The yellow f'Vt*r is rather on the increase, and I would not advise our friends at the North to come in belore the first or middle of November. But as soon as the b usi tic as season eels in, it will be brisk, and will yield a fair profit to those who operate m cash. Capital could be employed here in safe mort J gages at tea per cent per annum. This city is evidently going ahead, notwithstanding financiers, uud will become next in importance to New York, it is only necessary to read the valuable articles on ' the trade and prospects of the Mississippi Valley, published m the National intelligencer, to be convinced ol tlits fact Cotton and produce are arriving in large quantities every d<iy, and meet with brisk sales. It is believed thai an immense trade will be done here, for cash, the coming season. Kite flying is now entirely cut of the question. R. C. Philadelphia. ; ' oj/e?i>ouileiice of the Herald.] Philadelphia, Oct. 7,1843. Glorious Rivival in Soutkwark?Its influence on the coining Election?Ma (fit's style of Elocution, and private life. Dear Bs-vnett:? Tne Honorable ex-Chaplain ot ilie late " coon' Congress s'ill continues to draw crowded houses at the Wharton street church. Many obdurate locot'ocos have confessed the errors of their ways, and some, who had made their arrangements to poll s:x votes, have conscientiously determined to limit thenis Ive-i to three a piece. But the greatest relormatio i lias been produced amongst the young hdits of ihdistrict. Many ungodly young eoapocKs liuvi* L'fu sternly discharged, with the as- : viianc th it never ngnin should liiey be received 1 wi'h the wanted kiss of welcome, till they had got ' religion, iot k the temperance pledge, and felt re- 1 jolvcd to do iKings 111 n methodical Maffit-like manner. Whether these sin-sick lovers will sub- | mit to these coa litions, and regain once more the regenerating embraces of their Maffit struck sweethearts, or choose the alternative ol a tender | farewell and prussic acid, I know not; nor would 1 be able to decide for them as to the most advisable course; on one side Sylla, on the other Charybdis la order fully to appreciate Maffit's style of elocution, it is absolutely nece^ary to see him, arid to see him in the full vigor ot his power No pen can de "cribe the intonations with which he, in turn, en livens, depresses, alarms, soothes, terrifies, bbioni-dies, and, in a word, rivets the entire and involuntary attention of his hearers to himself. First, yon hetr lie familiar and playful tones of ordinary con versation, anon the serious and solemn emphasis ol important instruction; soon follows the urgent and impioring accents of entreaty, then tfie vocifer*- i tiou of menac and denunciation, followed by tin gasping outcries ot despair, calling up in their turn the pneous moans of commisserution and comj'a. i 4IOH. i'o the fascination of a voiee perfectly 6edurtiv? >v its sweetness, variety, and compass, Maffi'i j <1 ts ?r.ice ot motion, apt ropriateness ot gesture' , nil , 1 >y ol countenance perfectly irresistible You ifi h"ho!d him in the erect and motionless attitude I a philosophical expounder, next in the hum ale 1 irMi inclined no-lure of a suppliant, now with his 1 .<mk> e torin thrown back and hiscountennnce turn- 1 oith<* i?ilpit to the very point of r qmiibrium, now i ruehiiM to and fro upon the platform in a paroxysm ofc Mid indignation, now clapping: his hand* i <*iiU r?i*?rrftt*?d plaudits ot triumph, and again making tin* whole building resound with the olt repeated dashing of the Bible upon the pul i?i>-difK. Kiuallv you ace hint sinking with exhaustion upon the sofa, and alter a moment of r ?yit?-, corning lorward to offer, inttead of the cm elusion to his discourse, which he feels unable to nive, nn original hymn composed by himself. This he prepares to perform, bv notify ins the mourner* (who on these occasions generally till the railins) that their penitence may be aa wfll exhibited by a temporary silence (*om?-whn( heterodox,) and by beseeching the brethren, (a bar,d ot ' unmitigated ruffians who occupy the apace inside the railings daring distracted meeting*) that ther* will be no occasion for th**ir uniting in or 'nterruf tnig the hymn by ejaculation or response. Kneel mg upon the \ery edge of the platform at the aid* ot the pulpit, facing and in view of ihe whole c?nf re. Ration, he now commences his hymn; the first tones ot his charming voice arn no sooner heard ih in the whole audience perfectly electrified, are hushed into tfit most profound silence, and almost ceate to , breathe. A pin may be heard to drop, so completely is the silence, interrupted only by the sinning cadence of the singer's voice as he breaths forth the anguish of the broken hearted linner in word* 01 ;>ower and lines of sweatness. This he continues ' tor a period of thirty minutes, pouring forth tones of I melody and accent? of harmony, Ina hearers literally hanging upon hialips in an ecstasy of rapture. The hymn conrlud"d,he sinks his face heretofore g zing upon the heavens upon his knee; nn involuntary hum ol applause, mixed with clappings of hands and pounding of feet is quickly fcupprets-'d arid the nivet ing clows. . As I have always thought, Mr. Editor, that the public have nothing io do with the private affairs of public men, 1 cannot but condemn those who employ themselves in propogating tales to the disadvantage of Mr M. what is i? to the public whether Mr M. 'ivrs with his wife or not?whether he separated irom her or ?he from him?whether the first began it or he?whether he wa; a shoemaker in Dublin or i student ol Trinity College. This is no business ?f the public, nor ol mine ; we go to hear him to be imuseu i nd weeorre uwav gratified, pleated, and delighted. It it< told of Mr. M., as indicative ol hi.4 view a on his subject, that, whilst engaged at the Wet t, some .( h in congregation were deputed to sny to him that us life was in so strange a contrast to Ms doctrine u< to give offence. ''My dear brethren," said Mr. I M , " you pay me #"2000 a year to preach to you : | **re you to pay me y20,000 I would not engage to I i>r?ifciic<; wtiat X preacii." Wksuby. ? _________ rn Pries Two lent*. Philadelphia. [Corrt'?poiid"uee ot ibn Puilauki.puia, October 8, l&tfj. Political Meetings?Their tnjluew:t on Noruty Movem"tU? of the Interfiled Pres*~Ihu<lnnaon ami Mr Michael?Aitff* of Mr. Bmr.ttt on Ureal lit-iiium?Amusements, fyc. As tfie time approaches whea the fate oi both political parties is to be decided by the voice of the people, every effort that can possibly be rendered available is brought into action by each of the adverse factions to weaken the influence of their opponenic, and insinuate themselvesmore deeply into the trnod opinions of the community. For This purpose meetings are nish'lv a?se mtiled in all portiona of the ci'v and county, from the P-laware to the Schuylkill, and from the upper sections of Kensincton to the In wer paria ot >i u hw ark?at which "official uapira.tra" umv really ascMid tlie pulpit to lay their partitul r i l iiini-, tmil their own superior attainment!! ?ndcapabilities lie'ore the eyes of the credulous public, while ?t the Hume time ihey do all in tt.eir power to d< cr> the motive* and capabilities ot the < ppo'-iru candidate tur th - tlice which they therii!i'',V' * seek to obtain. H iving attended meetiii'Mof ith parties we c.in 11illy s <y that the prei-uiii|>M and hvpoor-icy which is there used by the in'ereiifeti sp"akers t'' ?dd to the influence ot >heir cause in > iimju? .-i ion able and so apparent, that in such him i.hiMied community as that of Htilarfelphin is usual'y considered, we are surprised that they can beat all tolerated. Acting, we suppose, upon the principle, that "every thing ia fair iu war," ihey scruple at no meanj, however unjust and uslawtul, which can lend in a 11 v ? iv co iavor t ieir ueBisns. Attacks upon individual chutacter wherein (he parties assailed art* held op in the mot>t despicable point of virw to a listening crowd, a re not at all uncommon, mul we are sorry to say that even political newspapers ar?? beginning to resort to this cowardly method nf answering their unjust ends. In imitation of the beastly ns?aultB ol O'Conneil U[i?>n Mr. Bennett, several ol the lowest journals of nur city, lo grtti'y ih^ir malicious intents, are endeavoring lo injure ihe private characters of both Hutchinson und M'Michael, (the rivul candidates lor the shenflulty,) by publishing such unmitigated falsehoods against the characters ot either senilemen, that were it not tor the infamous characters of their accupero, we have been n?ured that they would throw up their political rights, and retire from the di'gracelul field of contest. Aud yet ihese papers are eagerly grasped at by the ever willing public, and authorized by their silent approbation, to wet to work and coin other falsehood* more infamous limn tlie first. Civilization blushes at such n state of morals! and humanity starts to witness the depruvity of the disgraceful scene! Indeed we are pleased to hear that Mr. Bennett is uir.iin lo resume his editorial charge by the end of October We await with nn.xiety the promised rxpost of the state of Great Britain. It there is an individual capable ot repelling the miserable assaults of Dickens upon this country, it is Mr. Bennett. The arguments ot truth are stronger than those of fiction, and by such arguments only, do we iook for the overthrow of the falsehoods with whit h " Boz" has so plentifully belabored us. Our ciiy is just now abundantly supplied with amusements. We have four theatres at present in active operation. At the Chefnut we have had for the past twi* weeks the " French opera troupe," wiili M'lle Calv? To morrow evening she appears an " Anna liolena," in the opera ot that name, for the benefit of M. and Madame Lf court. Wallack has been performing lately at the National. On Saturday evening he made his last appearane,e us Macbeth, and aUhough the house was not tilled, in const'|uence of the state ot the weather, the continued plaudits which he received from the audience, testified to their exalted opinion of the acting of this eminent ^tragedian. Forrest is engaged here, and will apiiear in the course of ihe present wet It. We would say more, but knowing that the limits of your journal do not admit of any lengthy remarks, we here subscribe ourselves, Yours. FtrocAM & Co. Mtrrnry Notices. Blackwood's Edinburgh Maoazink?Mason & Co , N. Y.?This valuable periodical is now republished, in a fac simile edition, by Mason te Co., at the reduced rate of25 cents per copy. Ia.nthe, and other Poems, by Carlos D. Stuart.?A neat volume of poenu?many of them on local subjects. Cyclopedia of Bibmcaj. LirKRATtrRK.?Newman, N. Y. -We h *.ve here, in one volume, parts 1 and 4 of litis valuable work, which is under the editorial churge of John Kelso, editor of the Pictorial Bible, &c., who is assisted by various able jcholais and divines. The Bttrney Papers?C irey &c Hart, Philadelphia?This is part 5 of the Diary and Letters ot Vladame D'Arblay, edited by her niece. The New Mirror?Fuller Co., N. Y.?On the 7ih inst. General Morr s commenced a new series of thin, Ins popular weekly, and the first number of the new series commences with a new style nt decorative places, winch aivtj proof of great taste in the selection, and skill in the execution. Bankrupt i^torir*, edited by Harry Franco.?Allen, N. Y.?The contents of the 5ih number of the jeries is the " Haunted Merchant." The St.Loihs Medicai. and Situcjicai. Jourkal? Ustick and Davies ? the number tor Sept 15ih, now before u.% is number 6 of a n?*w medical work in the course of publication at ??t. Louis It will doubtless be found very Ufeiiil t.i the profession. The f''ru,krik of Medical ^ciknck?Francis dc Co , New tfork.? I Iiih, the October yimber, is tne lOih monthly part of u m>dical work edited by Dr Hell, and published ut Philadelphia by Harrington & nitawni. Thk PKr.ect MicnrcAL Library? Francis Sc *Co, V-w York ?This number contains * practical ma* uial ot the diseases wl the heart and great vessels, iy Aran. Thk Medical News and Library kor Octobur? Le? Ac i5lmicl)ard,Phil?dt-lk hi*? Tnis monthly publi:a'iun, whil- it is rich in tutfu! contents, is pubished with aviiw to mi economical distribution. a limkr ^itsta'nino tiik kecknt ordination :?f Mr. Arthur carey, by stiphkn h. Tung, 1). d. - Ai?( |pton ilc Co., New Vwrk.?Thix is n pamphlet n the Pusey controversy by the lute editor of the Episcopal Iteccrder. Thk Phalanx, or Journal op Social Sciknck ? We have spoken olten <>) the doctnue ot Association, or plan of asocial and industrial reform, ducovered by Fourier, and advocated in this country by \. Bris bane nnd others A t aper has just appeared, devoted to the advocacy ot this rrform movement, and whicli will enter into a full and elaborate explanation of the practical and scientific parts ol Fourier's theory It is called " The Pfialsnx, or Journal of Social Scienc." The first number contains un exposition of principles in regard to politics ?nd religion, and a vi?-wof the mission of this Country ? ui regard to a social reform It contains alto the iommencement of the translations of Fourier's works, nnd an account of the various associations now organized in this country, of winch there ure Mime eight or ten. Several writers of tment contribute to it. They who wish a more thorough knowledge o' this i>l ?n of social reform, can now obtain it. The motto of the paper is?" Our evils ,ire t& iul, not political, and u social reform only can erariicnte them." Very good. TnK Gipr por ih44?Carey fe. Hart, Philadelphia. Thu is one of the ever welcome Christmas t.id New Year's Presents. got up wtth great e|pjutice. Its plates ure in the first style of art, and its pro'i- and poetic contributions pr??sep? (jreat rierit. WV h ,ve ra'?-!y seen engravings so exquisitely done, md the designs are n;i exquisite pn ihe engravings. (Vncngst the painters iherr are lb* nnines of Huntugion, tally, lamuii, Mount, and pHse.mid of en graven tier** are Cheney, Pen: ?, and Humphries Its wr ters too Mand pre-eminent?W. E. Channmg Tuckerrnari, Lowell, Hoffman, Mi? If F. Gould, Wts. Pigo'im^y nrd others of great eminence. A more acceptable Christmas present '"annot be. NrwMbsic.?Atwill, whose Musical Depository, 201 Hroadwav, has Ion* been 'be Uvorite report ot (tie musical world, hn-4 just F.<>d upon our table lour t his latest |?u!ion*?. 'Ihe best idea ot 'hern we tan give, will b? to copy in part their tit.e pag^s, for we li ive no' lime r<or space tor criticism Nor ii it required, when we have Atwill's taste, aed so lumivtushionabJe vouchers?"Return to me again," ballad, written and eom,>osed tor Lady H O'Or y, by Georgiana J Morinski ; sun* by Henry i'usscIi. " Lore'ti Chosen Honrs," snug by Miss ^T try Taylor, word^ by H. P Grattan, music adaptd and arranged by Francis H. Brown " The all ( lite is Love," words by Win. Graudin, mnsic bv Vancis H. Brown, sung by Miss Taylor, iusenbed o Miss Georgian i Gassner. " Recollection ol Viendahip waltz and gailo,'ade, tl c 'ast rompoi'ion ot John C. Poole. 1X1. Vol. IX.. \o. ?88 Whole No. 3490.

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