Newspaper of The New York Herald, October 11, 1843, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated October 11, 1843 Page 1
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rjrrT 1 ?i. Vol. IX., No. 369?-Whole No. 3401. To the Public. | THE NEW YORK HERALD?daily new?paper~pub liihej every Jay of tlie year except New Year'a day and Fourth of July. Price -J cent* per copy? or $7 26 per annum? postORM paid?cash in advance THE WEEKLY HERALD? puhliihad every Saturday morning?price ttf cent* per copy, or >3 14 per annum? ponlPgcB paid?cash in advance. ADVERTISERS are informed that the circulation of ll.n IIoroM * * airi? tiiiptv TUnimAMD and inrruac. iiif? fast. /( has the largest circulation qJ any paper in this city, or the world, and is, thire/ore, the best channel for hw siness men in the city or country' Prices moderate?cash in advance. PRINTING of all kinds executed at the i*osL moderate piices, and in the most elegant style. JAMES GORDON BENNETT, Phoi'riktok or the Hkmalo Edtabluhmbnt, Northwest corner ot Fulton and Nassau strneu r r-iirr drafts on England. Ireland ic.-rmmu abimt remitting money to their fririidi in the " old country," cau be ?u|w iijinl with Drafts, in iumi of 1, 2, 3, 5, 10. &i ?50. or any aioount, |?yable on without diioount or any other cliarife, at the NatiouaJ Bank of Ireland, Provincial Banlt. do., Mess.j. Jame* Bull, Son & Co., Bankers. London, 1. Bsrned & Co.. Exchange and Discount BauU, Liverpool, Eastern Bank of Scotland, Greenock Bankin? Company, Sir Wm. Forbes Hunter & Co., Scotland, and the branches in every |>ojt tow n throughout huicland, Ireland, ? .. 1 W:.!?> .. l-w.l. .i,.f,_ ....II i? r.._ U.. .L_ steamer Acadia, which leave* Huston on ftv* lrl!i October, or either of the sailii.s packets, ou the 7th, t3th or Ibtli. W. * J 'J TAP8COTT At th.'ir General Passage Office, 43 Peck Slip, corner Soutn st. N. il ?All letters frum the couutry miut come poit paid. *26 re KOH HAL1KAy AND LI VKH.POOL. The Koval Mail Steam Ship ACADIA. Alexander llyrie, Esq., Commander, will igakill leave Boston lor the above ports ou .Monday, Ua October 16th Passage to Liverpool $120. Passage to Halifax 20. Apply to D. BRIGHAM, Jr.. A cent, 06 No 3 Wall street. FOR CHAItl.t.Sl ON, KEY WKST, HAVANA. NKW ORLEANS, AND GALVESTON. TEXAS?Steam Ship NKPTI'NK, Captain William Rollins? ' *" This superior has been thoroughly overhauled and put iu complete order for the season. Her state rooms and cabins are elegantly furnished, and passeugers can rvlv ?n every comfort and accommodation. Her day of departuie has !ip"ii chanaed to Monday 16th October, ins'ant. For p n ige for the above |H)its, and lor liirhi freight or specie to Charleston, apply on board, at the loot of Clinton stieet, E. R., or to o 0 toldr J. H. BROWER, 7S Wall street. TRAVELLERS GOING SOUTH OR WEST?Sixteen hours in advance of the SsjT.C. S. Mail?Tri-Weekly Line to Savannah, ' r4L_'.' ,73 in connexion with the Central Railroad to m "tp** Macon and the West The splendid steam packets GENERAL CLINCH, Cap'. J. P. Brooks, and CHARLESTON, Capt. K. Barden, will leave Charleston ev?^ ty Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morning, at 9 o'clock, af1 ter t)ie arrival of the Wilmington boats from the north, arriving at Savannah the sime day, and will leave Savanuah ou the same diva as above, at a o'clock 1'. M., after the arrival of the Cars from Macon. Travellers will find this to be the cheapest and most exreditions route to the south and w est. The above boats are litted up i:i a superior st\ le. .and iio expense r.r pains w ill be sparad to eusuie certainty, ccim'ort, and expedition to the travelling llllblic. JOHN B. LAKITTE, Agent, Eitzsimmoiis1 Wharf, Cha'l"ston. Charleston, September, 1843. s!7 2m*r KOR ( 1!A l\LESTON. HAVANA. KEV WEST. NEW ORLEANS. AND GALVESTON. (Texas.) - - THK *Tt.AM8HIPNEff YORK, John T. Wright, Com Blunder, to sail positively on Saturday, 14th October, at I o clock, P. M., Iiaviiiu postponed to tins date by the re r If rr1 ?innyst of the passengers, on account of the sickness in New Orleans. This elegant, well known, coppered steamer will positively I sail as above, and lias been put in aumplete order for the season, wi'h wrought iron shafts, and lias extensive accommodations, with large and airy slate rooms. For passage or freight of s|*cie, for either of the above ports, apply tn the < aptain on board, alpier No. 9 North River, 2nd wharf above Rector street, or to o7 tolTec* A. HUBBARD k CO., 37 Peck slip. ! NEW AKK \ NWK.M KNT. FARE AND FREIGHT REDUCED. M'&***> US1 REOULAlt MAI I. LINE-FOR PROflr--J?A!CJ?VIDENCE AND BOSTON, via. 8TON n **<.? HiT-J-J iM.iT.iv AND NEWPORT?Composed 4 of the foiiowiug superior steamers, running in connection with Uie !Slot: ington and Boston and 1'rovidence Railroads : MASSACHUSETTS, Capt. Cotnstock. RHODE ISLAND, Capt Thayer. PROVIDENCE. NARRAGANSETT. MOHEGAN. One of which will leave New York daily (Sundays except? '. I from rirr Nn. 1. Biitterv PLire. \ Kivfr. ?t & P \1 \ 11R ANGE M E NTS. The RHODE ISLAND, Captain Thayer, on Monday, and Wednesday for Stoniivton and Newport, and Friday for , Stoniiigton. The MASSACHUSETTS, Captain Comatock, on Tnesday and Thursday lor Sioningtou, and Saturday for Stonington, Newport ana Providence. hLvseiiuerii, oa the arrival of the steamers at Stonington, will be immi-diately forwarded iu the splendid and commodious Cars of the Railroad to Providence aiid Boston. and if for Newport will pioceed in the simmer Mohegan (in superior order) from thence at 6 o'clock the following morning, thus ? pi v inj tl.em aa,opportnu!ty of a night's rest 011 board the su>im>r Massachusetts or Rhode Island, and then breakfast ou board the MoSegan. Tiie above utaamera have been thoroughly equipped and pr?iiared to promote celerity of travel and the comfort and seenrity of paMcngen, and not surpassed by any iu the United Suite*. for pa'sage or freight, which is uken at very reduced rate*, apply ?n bo?rd, at north side of pier No. 1, 22, or office of Samuel Dcvean, freight agent, on the wharf. Tickets for the r^ute and steamers'berths can be secured on t^ard, or at the otfice of HAHNDEN 4 CO.. No. 3 Will street 'IJ*- NOTICE-CHANGE OK HOCK?Oil and alter Monday, Oct. 9th, tlie steamers of the New Jersey Steam Navigation Company, forming the line to aed Boston via Stoningtun, v ill letive pier No. 1, Battery Place, tt " P M. -~ua rind alter the loth 111st, freight will not tie received a:>rt forwarded after half-past 4 P. M. m!?6m* m r* tc* "rKOPLK'sTLTnBOF BOATS . - t3?KOR ALBANV-Daily at 7 o'clock P. M.~r " ililiir '''' ?^ direct?From the steamboat pier betwet-M ( ourllandt and Liln-rty streets, Sunday excepted. The steamboat KNICKERBOCKElLCapt. A. P. St. John, will l"ive Monday, Wednesday and Friday Evenings, at seven o'clock. StmmboM ROCHESTER, Capt. A. Houghton, will leave 'I neaday, Thursday, and Saturday at 7 P. M. At 5 o'clock P. M.?Landing at Intermediate Place*. Steamboat bOUTll AMERICA, Capt. L. VV. ttrainard, vi! i -arfl moitoay, Wednesday, ana rno.xy aueruoon, at J o'clock. St.awboat NORTH AMERICA, Capt. M. H. TmMI, avi'.l l>-aye Taesday, Thursday &ud Saturday Evening, at five o'clock. tnkicg this Line of Boats will at all time* arrive in A Ihaby in ample time to take the Morning Train of Cars for i lA" i'h.1 i or west. Theabove boa's are new and substantial, are famished with n?at and elecant State Rooms, and for speed and accommoda* tions are unrivalled on the Hndson. Kor PUNgt or Freight, apply ou board, or to P. C. Schnltt I at the office oil Die wharf. s?'i r NOTH E?On and after Monday, Oct 16th, the bonis of this i line v, ill leave for Albany at 6 o'clock. P. M instead of 7. VENO'CLOCk" EVENINO LINK yijJS3?for ALUANV AND TROV direct, without T ft ' ''"T?the splendid low pressure steamboat HWALLOW, Captain A. McLean, will leave the foot of Courtlandt street every Tneaday, Thursday, and Saturday evenings, at 7 o'clock, lor Albany direct. The Swallow has a larjfe number of state rooms,and for speed and accommodations is not surpassed on the Hudson. ko8 ec NEW~VORK AND KINGSTON STEAMFREIOHT AND PASSAGE LINE. .stv^*^* ^es? Kor Kingston, anc Deliware and Hudson itlT. (jn.\l?steamboats EMERALD and NORSBCmSEBLwich. t h EMERALD, Captain John Kotoham, will leave New \ 'irk, loot of Murray street, every .Monday and Thursday at 6 c Clock, r M. _ Will l<*ave Kingston (Ron<!out landing) every Wednesday and Saturday at 3 o'clock, P. M. The NOII.W1CH, Captain John Samuels, will leave New V'ik. foot of Warren street, every Wednesday and Saturday at S o'clock, P. M. Will I ave K acston (Hondout landing) every Tuesday and Friday at 3 o'clock, P. \I. EXTRA TRIPS. The EMERALD will leave the foot of Mnmy street every Suudav morningat 7 o'clock. Returning, leaves hum.ton at 4 o'clock. ?iiv Jay. Kor frc'itht or passage apply on hoard, or to WILLIAMSON, BARLOW lit CO., i*t 1rn*r 164 We?t it reef. .jfcl NEW AIlltA NOEMENT KOR flS^^.SHRKWSBURV-LQng Branch. Handy m nook, (Jerui II. and Katontown L.unlink. 'I l?e new Srenrnhoat 8I1RKW81I1J11Y, Captain John r. "* Curlies. will now run as follows, on and alter Thursday, 27th i ' leaving New V ork, Iroin llie loot el Robinson street, every Tn-sday, Thursday, and Saturday, st IK o'clock, A. M. A'A K.itonto*ii Landing on Monday, Wedueaday and Kriday, ? If o'rlock, A. M. The Shrewsbury will run aa above, weather permitting, uul til farther notice. All bnggagr at the risk of th* owners. Kare JiS cejitr. N. B.?Stages will be in atl,'u<lance to convey passenger fiom th- nforaaaid landing pl.ic *a to any part of th? couuty ra imrnl. The Shrewsbury will go the mner passage, when practicable, jeltr "2rs_iy~i KO? KEYPORT AND MIDDLETOWN POINT. Daily, (Mondays eieepted,) touchSlavvJHL^baiiig at Degnine s Dock. Staten Island.-On and alter .Monday. July 31st. I lie steamer RtM'K I. AND, Captain Crawford, will leave Middletown Point on Mondays, Toesdais, Wednesdays, Thursday* and Fridays, at half-past one o'clock (tidepermitting,) and Keyport at 2o'c'ock P. M tieturning, leave New York, foot of llohinson street, on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursday s and Fridays, at I o'clock A. M. unl Sunial.t} at A P. M. StAgea will lie in readiness on the arrival of the host to convsv iassengers lo Kreehold or any part ol the country. Uniform conveyances ou Target Escnrsions, Parties of pleasum will be taken to and from tiort Hamilton or Keyport at reasonable prices. siW im m ' >T.VTKN ISLAND FKICR'V, FOOT dlc-^-'^wn^OF WHITEHALL ST.-'l'he steamboat 3ESIJB2L STATEN ISLANDER will leave New Ymk ...I Island nn finil nftur OclnUr ?il. m fnllowi until further notice Leave New York 9, II, *, JW. ;,K. LmvftBtatrn l?l.?nrl 8, 10, I, J)<, ?. All freight ulupjied i? i?|mred to l)? particularly marked and ?? at the ruk of the owner* I aSOtfr -?!?'? NEWARK AND NEW YOUK.-Kai* J?nilly I2).. C?lt? .?"all and Winter Arrange M m I n ?|>lendid iteamer I'AHSAIC, on and alter Oct 3, will run ? tollowa :? l.eaven Newarh, Irom toot ol tentr? R o'clock A I,eare New York, from foot of Barclay itreet, at I o'eloek r. M. Theacconlmodationa both for pa?aenrer? and fraicht (which in cirrieJ at v?iy low ratei) lure been greatly improyed. . it, W?itA 1-7*0 bushels prune Illinois, now landing ?* from ?W St. Mary, (or aale by K K ? OLl.lNH l| CO. M HonthSt. E NE NEW r spring akranuemknts eor iau-r?.fr?.,n Belfast, Newry, Londonderry, SliB.ill'na. Galway, ( ork, * nterford, Weifnril and L.mericll, can now be engaged f. r the lirst spring ships, tailinii from Liverpool, by weekly opportunities. Such may be leiidiiiK for their relatives * ill fii.d it tlieir advantage by miking arrangements with 'lie sur>scribers. Llraf's payable n tiuht lor large or small sums on the Hoyal Bank of Irelaud. Apply to ROCHE. BROTHKH8 k CO, Jj Kulton *tr~et. New Vork, or to _ olO r JAMES 1). ROCHK, Liverpool. ASS" FOR LIVERPOOL?Regular packet of the 13th MjH^Octnljer?The fint class fist sailing ship UNITED I JapjLjtiiijST VfK.S. I *pt Brit 011, burthen 800 tons, will sail as above, being her regular day. Her accommodation* for cabin, second cabin and steerage passengers are too well known to require comment, and a* a Dumber of her berths arc already engaged, persons intending to embark should m ike immediate application on board, Upol ol Maiden laue, or to the subscriber, JOS. McMURRAY, 100 I'iiie street, j oOr corner of South. BLACK BALL, iHT OLD LINK OKLIVKR. JHMK.rOOL PACKETS?Regular Packet, and sails on JHumIiIm' hursday, the 18th October?The magniiire'it, ? II | i known, wry fast sailing packet ship ENGLAND, burthen <MH1 tons Captain Sainnel Bartlett, will sail jiositivelyas above, I herregular day. _ _ .... ... .... I i ne acconimouaiious 01 inn spienniu packet mr caoin, zu cabin dad jteera^e passengers are uusur|*i*sed lor splendor, couve I uieucean't comfort bv auv vessel afloat Those embarking for the old country will find it to their int-reit to select this d- sirable conveyance. For passage, which is v ry low, and to secum| the best berths, early application should be made ou board, loot of Beekmiui lit , or to the subscribers. ROCHE, BROTHERS k CO,, 35 Fulton sirert, nest d*or to the Fulton Bank. P. 8.?'The England anils from Liverpool on the 7th of December. Fersous sending for their friends Call hare thrin brought out in her, or ill anv ol the packets comprising this mnguihceut and uin-t|iihIIt--1 .ine, sailing from that port punctually on the 1 i 7th ami nth of each inoutn. I Drafts at sight for any amount drawn direct on the Ho, nl , i Bank 'I Ireland and on Messrs. Prescott, <irote, Amr> It' o. I J Bankers, London, who h are |>nid five of discount or any clurge ' whatever, in every iowii throughout Kngla'ul, Ireland, Scot- | < land and Wales rorpissage, Stc apply as above. I i The favorite packet snip lAFuIlD, will succeed the EN(J- j i LAND, audi I for Liverpool on the 1st November, her regu- I far day. 001 ' I ffMP- NF.W LINK OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS.- ' \ of Hith October ?The new and elegnut p icket JwfiBw*|iip ROC1IKS PER, 1000 tons burthen, < a| t tin J. | Btition, will sail on Monday, IMh October. Iter regular day. The ships of this line being all 1000 tons and upwards.i er.ons , about to embark for the old country, will not fail to see th- ad- . vantages to he derived from selecting this line U| prafiffMM to | any other, as their great caimcity tenders ttiein every way rnuie ( Comfortable and convenient than ships of a smller class. Those wishing to secure berths in this magtiificeut ship, . should not fail to make early application to W. it J. T. T AI'SCOTT. At their General Passage Office, 43 Peck slip, . corner of South ?t. The Rochester will sail from Liverpool on the 5th December. Persons wishing to seud for their friends.can have i hem brought out in first class ships, sailing weekly, oil favorable terms. Drafts lor any amount, payable on demand w thout <, in all the principal towns of Fnglaiid, Ireland, Scotland ur Wales, constantly for sale as above. The (iarrick will succeed the Rochester, and sail ou the 25th October. s8r ! FOR LIVERPOOL-NEW LINK ?Regular MMra^-Packet of 25th October.?The splendid Packet ship BMki1 i.\ H RI<"K, Captain Win. Skiddv, of IOOO tons, will sail as above, Iter day. For freight or pass ge, having handsome furnished accommodations,apply on hoard at Orh'.uis wharf, foot of Wall street, or to E. K. COLLINS 8t CO. Price of passage. $75. 58 South street. The packet ship ROPCIUS. CaptAin John Collins, of 1100 tons, w ill succeed the GARRKSK, and sail the 25th November, her regular day. | r;issengers may rely upon the ships of this liiie sailing punc tnuywuvntwi 02 FOR LIVERPOOL?The New Lire?Reguli lOFjfefVPackft liilli of October?The line New York lini' ( MNnM^cki't ship ROCHESTER, John Bi-itlou, mute., 80(ltous, will sail on her regular day, 16th October. For freight or passage, having very superior accommodations, apply to the Captain on board, at west side Butting slip, or to WOODHULL U iMINTUUNS,87 South st. Price of passage, $75. i The fine packet ship Hottinguer, Ira Bursley, master, 1050 tons, will succeed the Rochester and sail on her regular day, 16th November. olO r 4*^- OLD BLACK 1) ALL LINK OK l'A<' K I'.TS MSWWFOH LIVERPOOL?Packet of the 19th October? jnaMbThe splendid fast sailing packet ship ENGLAND, Cain. Bartlett, will be despatched as above, her regular day. She has superior accommodation for cabin, second cabin and steerag-. passengers. Those wishing to secure berths will require to make early application to JOHN HERDMAN, 61 South st, ni-ar Wall street. N. B.?Pas'age from Oreat Britain and lrelaid, via Liverpool, can at all tunes he engaged, cn the lowest terms, by any of the regular packet ships, and dr.if's furnished for any amount payable at the Naiioiuil aid Provincial Bf nk of Ireland, and at all the piincipal towns throughout the United Kingdom, on application as above. oil 5tr XWf' FOR LONDON?U*th October?Regular picket WKnRyWshiii WELLINGTON, Capt. D. Chadwick, will ??4MlCtriai[ a< abov?, h?r regular day. The accommoU ti <ns for cabin. second cibiu and steerage passengers,. cannot be surpassed, in tnis very superior ve?sel. Krsoris desirous of securing berth* should make early applica tionto JOSEPH McMUllHAV, ol ec lnO Pine at, corner South FOll HULL.?A good ship now loadiug for Hull MKjMcVcau take the bulk of HbO bills light freight Apply to TBTfflT WOODHULL S* MINTURN, <!? pu 87 South street. passage kkom < ork-Vis i,n.n??...i?in MR**Vthe first spring ships.?We Iwg to inform our friends ?MMha?hat during the coming spring, 1814. we shall have a leiiul^r.siicccntoa of tlrat class American ships, sailing from the above port everv week, which will be lined out in such a manner lor second cabin aud steerage |?a*seug>-rs, as cannot fail to ensure them every comfort. One of our firm, Mr. Jam'-s D. Roche, resides there, who will see personally to the forwarding of all our passengers, aud will spare neither pains or expense to meet their wishei, and have them forwarded without any delay. Tho?e sending lor their friends will at once see ihe advantage to he derived by paying in our line, \pply to.or address it by letter post |md, ROCHE BROTHERS CO. 3J Fultou street, next door to the Fulton Bank , or to JAMES D. ROCHE, 11 Goree Piazzas, Liverpool. P. S.?Passage certificates and drafts can he sent from this by ihe regular packet shi|>s ou the 1st, 7th, 13th, 19th and 2.'ith ol very inoith, also by the Boston steamers ou the 1st and 16th. k30 r FOR HAV RE.?The superior Krench ship Ml LfTjMfWNkKVE, Captain d'Achsux, will sail ou or about ^SUMvHEai'he 21 lit instant. H o. Height or passage, apjily to CRfcAUH Si HkYDKCKKR, or to BOYD St H1NCKKN, 06 r 9 Tomine Buildings. AAvr- FOR NtW OULf-ANS?To Mil positively ou Ih" .6ih Oct ?The elegant first ela?s ship Oh-OrtGK JiHBatsTLVfiNli, Cai't. Lushing, will be despatched as Mute. This ship offers a oiost desirable conveyance lor a limited number of second cabin passengers, at no steeraf passeugt-.s will be taken; the second cabin is handsomely tittea up w ith state rooms, and all other arrangements necessary lor the ccmIbrt of passengers K?r passage, apply on board the ship, pier 10 E K., foot of Old slip, or to JOHN HtllDMAN, 61 Sooth 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 owest ratio. oil Mr FOH NliW OHLKANS?Louisiana and New fnHRsV^'lr't Line?Regular packet of 20ih Ootob r?Tlie jPMlMMIr<t4t sailine packet ship YAZOO, Captain B.J. H. Trask, will sail as above, her regular day. Kor freight or |?issage. having handsome furnished accommodations, apply on board, at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall street, or to K. K. COLLINN Si CO, M South street. Shippers may rely upon having their goods by this line rorrectly measured. A?ents in INew Oileans, lliillen Si Woodruff, who will promptly forward all roods to their address. The imcket ship JtH-YKSPEAKfc, Captain A. Miner, wril' sure eil llie ' a/.on, and sai1 JOtli inst., her regular day. o 11 &&?? PAS8ACJB l-OIl NEW ORLfcANS-Tu .?.<i! 16 h October?The w*ll known M-mOm ist sailing picket sli p AL ABAMA Capt. Bninu-i, mils .11 positively as above, her regular day. She has exceedingly good accommodations for cibin, second cabin and sleerage passengers, and is calculated to afford etery coi> fort to passengers during ihe voyage. Thoie about going to New Orleans, would do well to ms|iect this ship, and make early application on board, foot of Wall street, or to W. & J. T. TAPSCOT r, 43 Peek slip, corner South street. Tin- ship* of this line sail every five clays throughout the setson, as usual. olOr RBOULAll PACKET KOR NEW ORLEANS mMMIV?Pwkft nf llth October.?The splendid well known JMMl?;>aakei ship NORTH CAROLINA, Captain Drum inoiMl, w ill sail puiicru illy as above, her regular day. This fine packet has accommodations for cabin, second cabin, and steerai{e pafsengers, far superior to any other ship sailing to the above port. The price of passage is low, and those wishing to secure Ik-iIlis should not fail in making early application on board at pier foot of Jones' lane, next Wall street, or to W, St J. T. TAI'SCOTT. At their General Passige Office, <3 Peck slip, corner Sonth st \Vlio have i>jso regular lirst elaaa packets sailing weekly to Loudon, Liv<r|H>ol, New Or* ins, Mobile, Havaanah, and Charleston. o7 jS KOR NEW ORLEANS?To sail ni*ii > 1 (MOTWthe 12th (letolwiwXhe t'lmt class el<K'nl t icket ship JiMlSiLIBKitTV, Capt. Norton, wi:l be despatched is JCTjlTr regular dav. Sue h is ttnaurposcd accommodations lor i abni, second cabin, nud stecriue passeugern, who will be tak' n at a moderate rale by applying ou board the ship ?t Plot "oT a?" 'jOHN HERDM AN, fit South st. neat Wall at. NKW YORK & BOSTON SOUNU I I LOT. AWK.N PRE8COTT, Tilots. or takes charue m muter and pilot of vessels bound to New IWHord, over Nantucket Shonlt, Bostou, Portsmouth, Portland. Kennebec.k. and OTHBR PORTS. Office at Krye Ik Shaw's Nautical store, SB Vsler stnset, eomer Be"kman. Reference to a number of miT chant*, nod th<- ?evcr%h Ininraire ( omp.inie* in thi* eily, K>>? ?in. -ml lirihuid. V jvlS ,nni?r SUMMKH AKUANiiKMKNT NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA IIA ?KOAD LINE DIRECT. Via Ntwtii, Nkwbrui?hwick,PmncitToi*, Tannics, Bobdkntown Ann Burmnoton. pftii. TllnUi (til IN ?ia nutiv?, Lciviuk >"ew V in k daily from the loot of Courtlandt ?t. Morning Line at 9 A. M.? VI til Pilot Line ?t 1\ P. M. Tli* Morning Line rroc<*<U to Bordentown, from thouce b> ?Uv?mhoat to I'Tiiladelpfii.v The Kveninf Line proceed* direct to Cnmdrn (oppoiite tt Philadelphia) without cli.uaKf of cara. P.m?i nirri w ill procnrc thiir ticket* at the ofHre fool o' CoarUandt *tnoet, where a commodiou* aieamboat, will he ii readme**, with baggage crate* ou board. PlijUtdeliihia basgmr- crate) ?r? eonyeved Irom city to city , wihout hi'iiig oprnfl D> tli'" w?, Edcli train i? provided wit) a oar in winch are apartoi- nu and drtvtuug room.i exprtttly for the l.idie*' u*e. . , , .... lift amine, thf lin?? leave Philadelphia from the foot of W,tl nut utreet, by ?t?*ml?>*t to Bordentown at 7 p clock, A. M. uid by railroad from < *md?n, at J o'olock, P. M. The 11nea for Baltimore lenvc I'luUtMphia at 7Hi A. N. ana < P. M. bein? * contmnatinn of the linea from New York. BOOT AND MHOK STOrTT JOHN HKAL)Y reapecit'njly informi hi* friend* mm the public, that lie lina cnmmencad buuneai in the ahny? una, at No. 99 Naainu itrret. whe? ha will thankfully recriw and faithfully eaeente, all orilan he ?if be farnrerf with on ihe maitfrettannalile term* for rath. jy >?? W TO YORK. WEDNESDAY N NEW LINE OK LIVERPOOL PACKETS. To tail from New York on the 2.0th and .Liverpool on the 13th of each uiuuth gffly jlUk From New Ship ROSCJIJB, Captain John Collins, 25th .July. Ship 8IDDONS, Captain A. B. Cobb, 25th August. Ship SHER11) AN. Captain K. A. Depeyster, 25th Sept Ship UARR1CK, Captain Win. Skiduy, 25tn October. From Liverpool. Ship SHERIDAN, Captain K. A. Dejieyster, 13th July. Ship OARRICK, Capt. V\'m. Skiddy, 13th August. Ship ROSCIUS, Captain John Collins, 13th Ssptember. Shin S1DLJONS, Captain E. B.Cobb, 13th October. These ships are all of the first class, upwards of 100# tons, built ill tlw city of New Vork, with such iinproveinects as combine great speed with unusual comfort for passengers. Every c ue has lieen taki'ii in the arrangement of their accommodations. The price of passage hence is $75. T lies a ships ire commanded by experienced masters, who will make every -xertion to give general satisfaction. N?ithwr the captains or owners ol the ships will he responsit>le tor any letters, parcels or packages sent by them, unless regular hills of I idiujf are signed therefor. .For freight or passage apply to k. K. COLLINS at CO., Mi South st., New York, or to BHOWN, SHIPLEY & (X)., Liverpool. Letters by the packets will toe charged 12^ cents |?er singl thee.t ; Stt cents per ounce, and newspniers 1 cent each. jy7 ec JOHN HERDMAN'S OLDJESTABLISHED EMIGRANT PASSAGE OFFICE. $3^ MhREGULAR LINK OK PACKET SHIPS, 61 Soulli street. New Vork.^ PASSAGE to and from Great Britain and Ireland, via LI ?;r|iool and London, by tin* regular packet ships, sailing on :h,- lai. Hit, 13th, 19th, and 25th ol' each month to and from Liverpool and to and from London 1st, 10th and 20th of each oath. The ?ub?criber has made" unequalled arrangements to bring tut emigrants, and can, with great confidence, assure those periods sending for their friends, that every due and diligent atcution will be shown them, and all who embark with them Pass.ige can also be engaged from Liverpool direct to New Orleaui, Mobile, Savannah, Haltimore, Philadelphia, Boston, and o the different ports of the British Provinces, at the lowest ate;,. With :hos? arrangements, together with the advantage w hich li i ives] iol >'i rrespoudents possess, being large ship owners, in'I emeu-tit i*l> engaged in the freighting business despatching yearly . t I ;ust TOO first class ships from Liverpool to the va rous xjrts of th? l/uited States, with freight and passengers. The facility offered by this establishment is unsurpassed, mid from :he large number of first class ship.! employed in the line there :an be no detention whatever, tvhich will be. guarantied. The ,>rice of passage will be at the lowest rates, aril should any ol .hose seut for decline coming, the passage mouev will be as sustomary refunded. The steamboat fare from tlie different ?orts to Liverpool can, as usual, lie secured. JOHN HERDMAN. 61 South st, N Y. or J. lit W. ROBINSON, near Wall street, Merchants and Emigrants' Ageuts, No. 16 Goree Piazzas, Liverpool. DRAFTS AND EXCHANGE. The Subscriber requests tlie attention of those remitting mo (ley to their friends to his unequalled arrangements for the payment of his drafts ou demand, without discount or any charge whatever, at the following Banking Institutions, viz:? IN ENGLAND?Messrs. I*m?s Bult, Sou Co., Bankers London. fci ja-. f?t*l / - s-'jjl Messrs J. Barnard & Co.. Exchange and Disconnt Bank. Li. vernool. National Provincial Bank of England, and Branches throughout England and Wales. Yorkshire District Bank and Branches. Birmingham Banking Go. Lancaster Bankiug Co. IN SCOTLAND?Greenock Banking Co in (ilasgow and Greenock. Eastern B:uik of Scotland and Branches. IRELAND?Provincial Sauk of Ireland. Amagh Cork Eunis Mallow Athlone Carlow Ennibkilleu Moueymore balltna Cavan Onlway Omagh Belfast Coleraine Kilkenny Piusonstowi} liainbridge Cootehill Kilrush Hligo Ballymena Dublin _ Londonderry Strabane Banuoii Dowupatrick Largen Tralee Ballyshannon Dungauuon Limerick Waterford Clouinel Dungarrou Monaghan Youghall National Bank of Ireland. Billin^loe Castlebar Moste Tipperary Banaghor Ear.iscorthy Nenah Tuam Boyle l'ermoy New lloss Thoinastown Cosher Calway floscrea Tralee Carrick on Sair Kantttrk Roscommon Westport Castlerea Longford Sligo Weslord Charlesville Lnuchrea Tallow Wicklow Clonmel Micnaelstown Thurles N. B.?In addition to the Liverpool and London packets, the lubscrilwr is also agent for the regular packets sailing weekly from New York to New Orleans, Mobile. Charleston, and Savannah, by which passage can be secured a' the lowest rates. iy!3-tf JOHN UEKD.MAN. PASSAGE FROM GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELANL) THE BLACK HALL Oil OLD LINE OK LIVERPOOL PACKETS. [Sailing from Liverpool on the 7th and 19th of every month.] cnn mr?!u? the necessary arrangements with the subscribers t and nave them come out in thi * superior Line of Packets, Sailing irom Liverpool Punctually on the 7th and 19th of every month. Tbcy will ilto nave a first rata clasa ofAtterietii trading snips, silling every six days, thereby affording weekly communication from that t>ort. One of the firm ( Mr. James D. Roc! r) >? then-, to see that they shall be forwarded with care mid despatch. Should the parties agreed for not come out, the money will be returned to those who paid it her", without any reduction. The Black Ball, or Old Line of Liverpool Pickets, comprise the following magnificent Ships, via The OXFORD. The NEW YORK, CAMBRIDGE, COLUMBUS*. EUROPE SOUTH AMERICA. ENGLAND. NORTH AMERICA. With such sujMrior and nneqnalled arrangements, the subscribers confidently look forward for a continuance of that support which has been extended to them so mauy years, for which the} are grateful. Those proceeding, or remitting money to their relatives, can at all times obtain Drafts at sight for any amount, drawn direct on the Royal Bank of Ireland, Dublin, also on Messrs. PRESCOTtf, OROTE, AMES Si CO. Bankers, London, which will be paid on demand at any of the Banks, or their Branches, in all the principal towns throughout England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Apply, or address, (if by letter, post pni-l.) ROCHE, BROTHERS & CO. 35 Kultou street New Vork, next door to the Kultou Bank. N. B.?The Old Line of Liverpool Packets sail from this port for Liverpool on the 1st and 19th of each month. Parties returning to the old country will find it to their comfort and idvantage to select this favorite Line for their conveyance, in . reference to any other. d27 r m m m m .SEW YUn . AND HAVhk pAcKETS. Second Line?The Ships of this line will hereafter leave New Vork on the 1st, and Havre on the 16th of each month, as follows, viz From New York. From Havre. New Ship ONEIDA, ( 1st March. ( 16th April. Captain < 1st July. < 16th August. James Funck. f 1st November, f 16th December, fth n R A I.TI VIOM IT N.t in..i > ic.k \a... Captain < 1st August. < 16th September Edward Funck. ( lit December. ( 16th January. Ship UTICAj I 1st May. t 16th June. Captain < 1st September < 16th October. F rederick Hewitt, f 1st January. r 16th February. New ship St. NICHOLAS 11st Jane. I Itttli July. Captain \ 1st October. < Ifith November. J- B. Tell.t 1st February. ( 16th Marsh. The accommodations of these ships Are not surpassed, com Dining all that miy be required for comfort. The price of ca oin passage in SWO. Passengers will lie supplied with every pe luisite with the exception of wine* and liquors. Goods intended for these vessels w ill be forwarded by the sub. icribers, free from any other than the expenses actually inurreil on them. For freight of passagu, apply to BOYD St H INC KEN, Agents, ie?'i c No. 9. Tontine Building. cor. Wall nd W It) r *t FOK NEW ORLEANS. LUUiSI ANNA AND NEW YORK LINE OF PACKETS m dm Sh For the better accommodation of shippers, it is intended ,o despitch a ship from this port on tb? 1st. Jeh, 10th, lith, 20th, ami 2ith of each month, commencing the lOtli October anil continuing until May, when regular days will be appointed for the remainder of the year, whereby great delays and disappointments will be preveuted during the summer month* The following ships will commence this arrangement: Ship V A/OO, Captain Cornell. Ship OCONEE. Captain Jackson. Ship MISSISSIPPI, Captain Hiliiard. Ship LOUISVILLE, < iptain Hunt. Ship SHAKSPEARE, Captain Miner. Ship OASTON. Captain Latham. siiip HUNTSV.LLV.. Captain Mumford. Ship OCMCLOKE. Captain Leavitt. M.ip NASHVILLE, Captkin Dickinson, Ship MEMPHIS. ( aptain Knight. Sliip LOUISA, Captain Mulford. Tli' *< ships were il! built in the city of New York. e*pres?ly for packet#, are of light draft of water, have recently been newly coppered and pt't in splendid order, with accoinm"da(ions for i ms senders nnc|nall-d for comfort. They are comn> Mid' d by esi? rienced masp-rs, v. ho will nisV? every eiextion to give general sal isfaction. They will at nil times be towed up and down the Mi?sisiippi by steamboats. Neith'r the owner* or captains of the?? ships will b? responsible fir jewelry, bullion, precious atones .silver or plaird wire, or for any letters, parcel or pnckn|(e, sent by or put on Board ol them, unless regular bills of lauing are taken for the sar>e and the value theresn et pressed. Vox freight or i>a*?age, npi?ly to K. K. < OIjLiNs h. CO., M South at.. or fjuLLIN St WOODRt'^K, Agent in N?w Orleans, who will promptly forward nil goods t? thejr address Tb ships of this line arc warruited to Mil punctuallv aa ad vertised, and fiwt care will bo lai.ii lo have the goods c irrecl ly mwn,fJ, mi OLD ESTABLISHED PAHMAi?E Oh KICK, MM) Pine street, corner of Houth. jftfifc- isfrfjy THE anbiCriber begs leave to call tin- attention of hit friends ?nd (lie public in general, to the following arrangements for 1813, for the ptirpnw of bringing oat cabin, 2d cabin, and steerige |iai?enger?, by the Regular Packet*, tailing a? follows, vix : From Liverpool, the 1st,7th. 13th, l*)l!i and 21th of every mouth. " London, the 1st, lOln And 20th In addition to the above regular lines, a numlier of splendid New \ ork Intilt transient ships will continue to sail from Liverpool Meekly, in regular succession, thereby preventing the least possible delay to passe ngeri on their arrival in Liverpool. Kor the ? com modal ion of |*r?ons wishing to remit money to heir families or friends, drafts are given, payable at sight, on the following Banks, yit Provincial B.uik of Ireland, payable at Cork, Limerick, lotimel, Londonderry, Sltgo, We* ford, Belfast, Waterford, Ualway, Armagh, Athloue, Colerain, Uillinn, Tralee, ^OUghal, Kuiiiskillen, Miiiaghtn, B.vihridge, Itillymena, Parsonatown, Oownp itrick, jJirni, Lnrgan, Omagh, Dang.mnou, itandou, Knnis, Ballyshannon Straiiane, DnngarTin, Mallow, Moneymore, Cootclnll, Kil.'isli. The Ulster Bank of Ireland, and all its brauches. Tk. v.... i .1.. A , il,< Scotland'-TFhe't'.ltf of Dank and all it* bnnclio KnuUml?\lm?r? flpooncr, Atwood Jc Co. B*nkrr?, London, payable in any town in Opmi Britain. for further information (if by loiter. P<?f paid,) apply to JOSKPM McMlJRKAY, KW I'inntm-t, corner of South. Ono PW BYHNF.A fc' 0.? Waterloo Road. <1 Imr Litfrpool. RK H [ORNIJNG. OCTOBER 11, BY THE PIIESWENT ()K THE UNITED STATES. TN Pursuance of law, I, JOHN TYLKH, President of tli? A United States of America, do hereby declare and make known, that public sale* will be held at the undermentioned land offices in the Territory of YVisconsan, at the periods hereinafter designated, to wit At the laud office at Mineral Point, commencing on Monday, the twenty-third day of October ntu(t, for the disposal of the liublic land* within the undcrinentioiied townships and fractional townships, via North of the ba?e line, and West of the fourth principal Tmeridian. Township eight, of ranee five. North of the li.ue line, and ei.'.t of i lie fourth principal meri dian, and North of the Wiscoiwan river. Fractional townships eight and nine, of range one. fractional township i i'^lit, including parts of islands in sec tious eleven, twelve, thiileen, and fourteen, and townships nil * of range two. Fractional town,hip t H:ht, including parts of islands in sec tion eighteen, of range three. Fraction i| towuahip eight, of range four. Fractional township eight, including tim island iu section nine, and township nine, of range live. Fractional towuship> nine and ten, o( rmsre sit. Fractional townships nine, ten, anil eleven, of rangu seven. Fractional townshipa eleveu, of range eight. At the Land Office it < ireeu Bay, commencing on Monday, the second day of October next, for the dis|k>*al <>f the public lands within the un>l>-riri< i>iiii-il townships, to wit North of the base line, and of the fourth principal meridian. Fractional township eleven, including the island, oa the north side of Wiskoiisan river, of range nine. Sections four, live, in. seven, einht, seventeen, eighteen, nineteen, twenty, twenty-eight, twenty-nine, thirty, thirty-one, thirty-two and thirty-three, lying west of the Winnebago lake an J Fox river, in township twentv. of ramie seventeen. At the Land Office at Milwankie, commencing on Monday, the sixteenth day of October next, for the disposal of the public Uuils hereiualW designated, \u North of the bate line, and i-.'st of the fourth principal ineridian. Township ten, of range ten. The west half of the southwest quarter of section three, in township two, of range nineteen. The east half of section twenty-six, in township ton, of rang* twenty-one. The lot number five of the southwest fractional quarter of section nine, in township three, of range twenty-three. The southeast fractional quarter of section nineteen, and the lots one ami two, or fractional quarter of section thirty, in township two, of range twenty-three. Lauds appropriated b\ law, for the u?e of schools, military, or other purposes, will be excluded from sale. The sales will each be kept open lor two weeks (unless the lands are sooner disposed of), and ii" Ions r; and no private entries of land, ill the townships so offered, will lie admitted, until after the expiration of the two weeks. Given under tny hand at the City of Washington, this Bill day of June, Anno Domini, lUlll. JOHN TVLF.ll. By the President, Til OS. II. BLAKE, Commissioner of the General Land Office. NOTICE TO PRE-EN1PTION CLAIMANTS. Every |ierson entitled to the right of pre-emption to any lands within the limits of the townships above enumerated, is required to establish the same to the satisfaction of the Register and Heceiver of the proper Land Office, and make payment therefor, as soon as practicable after seeing this notice, and before the day appointed for the commencement of the public sale of the township embracing the tract claimed, above designated: otherwise such claim will be forfeited. TIIOS. II. BLAKE, Commissioner of the General Laud Office,5 j25 Itaw to DOct r M" FOll SALE OH TO KENT?The Premium Mills, with 11 or 15 run of stones, with all of its extensive machinery, situated near two miles from New Roehelle, v? estchester Couuty, and .wcate of New V ork, and in immedi ite proximitv to the city of New V ork. now in onler for an extensive bu?iu?*ss in flour, rind can grind and pack 101) to l.'>0 barrels each day, or could be most advantageously employed for any other purpose which might require extensive water power. The reputation for the past thirty-live years eu'oyed by the Premium Mills, and their proximity to New York, with the facility of transportation att'orded immediately adjacent, by way of the navigation direct to the Mills from any port, n-nder the ficilities lor business unexceptionable to those desiriug such an establishment. Apply to JlENllV PA'i'lUDGE kELLOGG, Esa , New Rocnelle, N. Y., Kelloggsvilte, or to SILAS WOOD, Esq., 50 Br ad street, New lork. New Roehelle, August23, I8i3. o66tr WM. T. JENNINGS & GO. " r\RAPERH AND TAILORS, 231 Broadway, American L* Hotel, opi>osite the Fountain, solicit attention to an assortment of seasonable goods, including Cloths, Cassimeres, Vesting!, Sic., in all the ar w nnd various styles, under the assurance that the system of " small profits and quick returns," which has elicited so liberal a patronage, will lie continued, while our arrangements are such as will enable us to till all orders in future with promptness. A feature in the entablislunent, which must co?imen#it to those reqniricgarticle* for immediate use, is the addiliou to our stock, of an wortmeut of lint quality ready made Garments, consisting of Surfouts, Frocks, Dress Cca'J, Pantaloons, Vest j, Office Coats, Travelling Frocks, Dressing Gowns, he. A choice collection ot Silk and Satin Scarfs, Cravats, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Suspenders, Hosiery, Under Shirts, Drawers, Miuliii Shirts, Collars, lite. At prices which must ofTer inducements to purchaser*. jy24 Jm*ee PKliMlUM SOFA HMDS PEAIH. NMcGRAW'S PATENT EXTENSION SOFA ?This article is ?o well knowu to the public, and >ts ad van t igts have been so incontestihly proved, that the inventor deems it unnecessary to make further comment. He would, howtver, beg leave to refer to the few following highly respectable gen tlemen who have these solas now in use, as to their convenience and utility :? Ex-President Van Buren, Kinderhook, N. Y. James K. Whiting, District Attorney, do. Hon C I ,ml,n>l,<nir. ilo Hon. Senator Preston, S. C. S.itn'1 Ward. Esq., linn of Prim#, Ward Si King, N. Y. Brown, Brother* Ik Co. do. Col. Crosby, do. llev. I)r Nott, Sc.ienectady, do. A thoiiiand more names could be given of gentlemen anil l.v di?"? of the first respectability il it were necessary; but it needs only to be seen to ije its own best recommendation. All persons wishing to purrhase sofas, sofa bedsteads, reclining oflice or rocking chairs, are respectfully invited to call at 4(i3 Broadway, s?coiH door ab<ve (irand strei't. N. B. The above sola has been swarded, as premiums, at the various Fairs where it has been exhibited, one gold medal, three silver medals, and six diplomas. 4i>3 Broadway, seeoud door above (rranl s'reet. 08 X SUKlA'S CHKAP DYEINO ESTABLISHMENT, MR. SO KIA begs leave respectfully to inform his friends and the public in general that owing to the depressed state o( the times, he has reduced his price 3i) per cent b?low the regular charges. Ladies wishing their summer dresses, shawls. See. dred or pressed, will lind it much to their advantage by paying nun a visit, yeutlemeu will also do well to calf with such articles of wearing apparel as may need dyeing or pressing. All orders will be punctually attended to, and the articles (Tone up in the best style at Soria's establishment, No. 490 Pearl stj His branches are at No 2i7 Bleecker st., No 352 Bowery, and at 357 Grand st. Also a branch at 49 Kulton st. Brooklyn, auJ at Newark, N. J., corner of Broad st, and Washington Place. Merchants can have all kinds of goods dyed and put up in the ir original forms, and on moderate terms. Principal office490 I wrl st. auJO 3m*ec ARCHKK'S FALL FASHION, E O II GENTLEMEN'S HATS, AUTUMN?1843. NO W ready for sale and insi>ectiou at hii old stands, 204 and 2b0 Greenwich street. P. S.?Also, an elegant assortment of men's, boys' and children's caps, of entife new patterns sll ltn^ec TO THE PUBLIC. 'ri.. r. l r L GENIN & VAN \RAN KK.N, HATTERS, Having been dissolved, the subscriber, JOHN N. GfeXlN, Has opened A HAT AND CAP STORE, No. 90 BHOAHWAY. Third door from \V?II itreet. JN. O. beg* simply to ?t?te hi* determination to use his h:-?t exertions to tn.ik? i HAT that for quality of material and beauty of finish cannot be ficelled. He therefore trust* to .-eceive from 111* friends and the public that support which will enable hun successfully to carry out his designs. JOHN N. UEMN, Halter, 14 lm* m 90 Broadway, 3d door above Wall st. JOSEPH OILLOTT'S STEEL PENS. REDUCED PRISES. 'T'HF. subscriber is constantly receiving f.e?h supplies of the A ?bove juitly celebrated i*us, which lie offer* to the trade at very low rile#. In addition to the styles *o well known, In lias recently introduced the following new patterns, viz :? No*. 1, 2 and 3 Principality Pen*, extra fine, tine and medium poiuU. No. 8?Caligraphic Pen?a prime article on pictorial card*, view s of celebrated places. Noi 9 and 10?Washington Per?very fine point, and elastic, on superb cards. In evidence of the high estimation in which these Pens are held, the following stntemeut is made The number of Pens manufactured at the work* of JOSEPH OILLOTT. from Dec. IBM, to Dec. Int.!, wu 70 612 002 The public are eaotioned to lie on their guard against *pnri ons article*. Each package of tlwgeuaiue peu* b'irs a fuc simil?o( Mr. Gtllott'* ?ignatnre. Kor sale by IIK.NRY JEb^OP, Import?r, 91 John ?Wt. corner of OoliL A good supply of Wiudle't ai.d Nlosley St Co.'s London Petis s? Im >ec LEECHES! " LEECHES' LEECHES! (in 000 I AROE AND IIKALTI1Y Sweedi.h and A<\N\?v'V' German l.eech''s, Just received per ship t uidor, Irtim Hamburg; and duly expectej 30 000 Sweedisli and (Jerman Leeches per b?tk Krankliu from Hamburg, for sale at moderate price* at Ci. A. fc H. W1TTE, lin|iorter* uf Leeches, *30 Im* m OS I'eeil street, New > ork I i - . 4ITMS ANlJ DKALEK.S IN GUNS 2|jQ DOUBLE BAKREL Ol'NS, aasortod, from common 400 single bart-l ''uns. assorted, from common to fine MX) KifUs, ilo do of mannfacture 200 Muskets do <lo do ilo (}'in Look Limbs in every state of finish T.ioli ami Mauriils for making Onm (inn Locks. Percussion 'lpj, Powder Flasks and Horn Shot Belts a:id Pouches, Game B.?i, Dog Collars sod Chains, fco. (do.?lor salt by A. W. SPIES & CO. who constantly receiving from the foieiv.i manufacture regular supplies of every article inquired ,lbr by tlx- gunsmith or sportsman. >19 Im'ec Th V 'J'RAYS. TABLE CUTLERY, fee. AW. STIK8 St CO. 21* Pearl street, are now openings'! risk* of new and Ifsunt ixittfrns of Tea Trays, einbr.icin* every variety of quality, color and sires, lnom eight to thirty inches. , . _ Also, a?0 grot* Ivory self tip and Stag handle Knives and Forkn. ,, ... _ ... Also. o:ie C1?' new pittemi ( .maker's fine t'en Knives. TO "i'HK LOVKHS OK 8UPKKIOH BLACK TKA1 M.vv iut's Mixture.?This estremely delicious anda.^arailed Tea, so highly celebrated jn China and (iarope, josl imported is now lor sale at the Csntou Tea Company's Oeue. nl T?a Establishment, 121 Chatham street. New York, and IK Knltou sireet, Urooklvo?IB pf kages- Price 50 cents and S saeh ?tn ,m*' r>OAL.-l.*r?r Nut Sire tt,V>, Store t<,75, and frrah Broken U ami K?k $6 l*r ton, <>r tliv tmt Peach Orchard A?h. well icrerned, wn(lieil by a city weiKlier and delivered fn* of cart ? A "vaw 19 2mr* *n<> Urcenwieh ?tree<?. [ERA: , 1843. ENGLISH ADVERTISEMENTS. NEW YORK HERALD ii regularly filed iu London A bv Mr. I . L. SIMMON 1)8, Agent for the American Papers, liriritli .mil Foreign New?p?| . r Ollice, 18 ( oruhill, London, i>l posite tlie Hoyal Eichange, whtrc orders and advertisements will be received. s2lltfr ' GENERAL AGENCY AND COMMISSION OFFICE. 18 CORNHILL, LONDON, OPPOSITE THE ROYAL EXPHANOE. rPO MERCHANTS, ' ommercial Newt Rooms, Public Li 1 A brarie*, Atf.icullii' 1 Societies,Officer* nftha United Ktates, j Printer*. Publishers of Newspaiiers, Stc. P. L. sIMMONOS, Agent and Commission Merchant, beKs in acquaint Ins friends and the American public in general,that lie it riaily to reci ive orders for tlie mi|>|>l>* ul INews- 1 i>a|KTs, Periodicals, SttdowtTi niitlni Matcriajn, fancy Am- i cleg, tic. of any kind and quantity, and goods of every description of first rata quality at the very lowest market iirices of the j day, and to transact blisli ens upon tlie most lilieral terms, pro- ! vided lie i? previously furnished with funds or drafts at either long < r short nates, ora reference on lome London or Li veipool house for pay meat P. L. Sinimonds will nI?o receive consignments of*nyd?scripnon of ineichaudiz* to lie sold ou commission, and accept bills at short dates tor two thirds of the amount, on receipt of the bills of lading. Consignments entrusted to his care will m -el with everv |H>s:iihie despatch in their disposal, consistent with the interest of the consignees: an eitensive kuowledge of general business coupled vvicti promptitude,attention and judgement, will lie trusts enable liiin to give complete satisfaction to all who may I'avor him with their commands. Ilelerence may be made iu New York to James Gordon Bennett, Ksii., Proprietor ol'tbe Herald,who is personally acquainted with Mr.Hnmnoiids aud the nature and ejteut of his establishii -111. s28tf r TO NE\VSPAPKlAGENTS ANL) PUBLISHERS IN I THE UNITED STATES. rPIIOSE excellent Illustrated Newspaper*, The Pictorial -I Times, and Illustrated Loudon News, are supplied at 7s 6d I sterling per <ir. Punch at 4s tid per qr, and all the Loudon and Foreign Newspaper* as they appear are regularly supplied, I wholesale and retail, by P. L. SIMMONDS, Newspaper and Periodical Agent, 13 (Jornbill, London. Subscriptions ill advance, may bepid into the Herald OHice. I on Mr. Siinmoiids' account. Advcriiseineul* received for insertiou in all the Loudrn, Country and Foreign Journals. s2Htf CHE'\P STORE TO MY OLD CUSTOMERS AND THE PUBLIC GENERALLY. DRUGS, UYtSTUKFSj PAINTS, MEDICINES, mvuvvnu ir.j\ ate No. 188 GREENWICH STREET, NEW YOKY. JOHN C. MORRISON oilers lor sale, on the ino?t liberal ' lerinii, a very extensive assortment of too'lf, among tin in the following, to which he would solicit the attention ol APOTHECARIES. Opium, Corrosive Sublimate, Camphor, Aqua Ammonia, < ream Tartar, Spirits ,\itre Uulcis. Castile Soap, Super Carbonate Soda, Liiiuorice, Tartaric Acid, balsam Copaiva, Epsom Salts, Rhubarb, Laudanum, Jalap Seu:ia, Aloes, Sulphate Quinine, Klwrs. Chmnomile, Oil IVppermint,aud all Essen (ium Arabic, tial Oils. 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WHEREAS certain intere*ted individual* hsve endeavored ?* foralo gtune to denrec |1 te t*<e quality of our tobacco, in<1 have t ik?'it uud 11^ ind dishouoraH* means to drive us from the field of competition?we do now, relvi"g "[ton the superiority of our manufacture over any other of the same kind in the country, or in the world, challenge comparison with an> specimen* of Fine-Cut hewing Tobacco, Snuff*. and all th<varieties rf smoking Tobacco, at the coming Fair of the .\meri ran Ins'iluti*. Wr are induced to this coitr*r in justice to ourselves, cs well that thr public may have an opportunity to eierci*e their own judgments, in regard to the respective merit* of au articleot very general consumption. We adopt this aa the most fair and satisfactory mode of settling 'hi question of superiority; and are willing to rest our claims to public patronage on whatever derision trial may he awarded in the i>rvmise*. JOHN ANDERSON * CO , o7 6t*m No. 2 Wall at, !>I3 and 21} Dunne st, UVMl'lHK Ot> HEACTY ?Tha lollowing Toilet articlrs are to be had genuiue only at 67 Walker street, one door from the comer of Broadway ? Ooaraud's I'oudre Subtile?For safely, quickly and prrma uantly eradicating superfluous hair from all part* of the ho man Crime. This we prove beyond all doubt to erery purchaa *r requesting proof. Beware of ro interfeit*. continuing dele 'erious properties, and utt -rly iuelflcaciott*. No agent in Brook lyn. Oouratid's Eao de Be.inte?For thoroughly eater mating tin, piinple*, blotches, morphew, Sic. eliciting delicate white .lech, hands and arms, and imparting .. juvenile b.oom, by its dilating pni|>ertiea, pteventing the forinatiou ol wrinkle*, and banisliiug ihein when present. (J iuraud's Vegetable Liquid Rouge,'im|>arts a delicate blushing tinge to the cheeks, immovable by nibbing wilh a handkerchief t a cloth. tio rand's Ulanc d'Etpange, or Spanish White, give* to the comp stion a pure, life-like alabaster whiteness. In elegant (.?oi?ad'? Oreciau Hair Dye? or coloring red or urey hair, without ftaininz the ?kin, warranted. $1 per bottle. Kye Bmw .11111 Wh laker Pye, 2i c<ml? per bottle. i mm of L liei?For remorinij Dawiruff, miking the hair rich, *11kv au<l *lo??y, anil gradually cliauging it to a dark brown or ra? en black. JO centa per bottle. A(ffiirh?3 Milk ?t,Bo*ton; 76 CheMint ?t, Philadelphia! Orev Pouglikeejwie; Outline, Albany: Myfrt, New (liven; WelUlk Co. IIirtlonl; Cowlea. SpringlVld; Vanlkner, Norwich; t*reen Si Co. Worcnln; (arleton t? f'o Lowell; Hodge, Newhurxport; Preaton, Portamouth; Patten. Portia-id; (iiuld, Bang?>-; Thotnat, Cinciunatli; Puttie, Pittsburgh; Oeorge Stealer, Frankfort, Ky.; H. ioutey, Roche* ter; ?.-;h S. Hand, Baltimore ?I1 lm*r OiiHA A9H?30 ton* of high (Men th W- !? A?h, I11";1' hv Pe.ltSit k BROOKS, oi tl Liberty*' QUOAK?Sthhds. r?ry prim* New Orleant 8ug??. lauding Jl?m 'h,P ?CraalX K. COu!lN?.?t CO. J* W. .? , LD. Pr1f? Two Cmtl. Tlie Santa Fr K*p?dU Ion--Trial of Norton, Harrla and Mutorialolc. We have been furnished, say.j ft.c 't Louis New Era of the 27ili ult , with ihe l? liowing account of the trial of Morton, Harris and Mc:'r?rmick, contain* d in a letter from J' Hereon f'ity, dated on Sunday morning last It may he relied on aa correct. Jkkpkkson City, Sunday, Se^t. 23 Morion, II irris and McCorrnuk were put on trial Thursday < veiling, uod it closed !aat night at nine o'clock The jury waa a first rale one, drawn principally from Howard county, and wan composed mostly of old gentlemen Trie testimony exhibited about these tacts: Mason, one of eight engaged in ilie murder ol Chavis, (anil who turned State'*evidence) swore, that last March, John McDanie! came into ilie northwestern counties of ihis State end propobed tohunandtheothers, togoto Texaa.join Warifield, march upon Santa Fe, ur cl to take all Mexicans priHonerBtliey found ouiol ih'' territory of iiieU. S. s'l hat no one was to he moles-ted on our soil; that the company started from the neighborhood ol Independence, i lie l.iet ol March; thai they had proceeded about 120 milt*, when ihey met a Mexican on his wan to the United Siaieb?who waa conveying letters in to ('ol Stone, r< questing him to send Chavis mules mid provisions,to assist him to get to the U States. When he met them he was almost without provisions, and in a starving condition ; that McDaniel, ? lio had hern elected captain ot the com .11.1 i-! i? ,.i i.:? .-i 1---I puny iii i in ivwiy * ?ri?vc, urur rrii linn iu uc MJ|>iuir(i wiili provisions, and started lum on his way Co th? Uni'ed StateB. Both parti??H departed on their res, ective journeys. Captain McDaniel had not proceeded fur, when he, or Brown, one of the men engaged hi the murder, insist* d that this Mexican should be brought back, as he might give such information in the settlements us might induce the U. S Dragoons to follow tiient and break up the expedition., This was opposed by Morton, Harris and McCormick, but he wus brought back McDaniel told Morton iliat he only wonted to take him on for two or three days, so as to get beyond the reach of the Dragoons. When the two or three dayp had elapsed, Morton approached McDaniel, and asked him why lie did not, according to premise, turu the Mexican back. A quarrel ensued between them, winch ended by McDaniel's saying " i will be G?d d?d if I a/it not the captain of this company, and my will is the law." Nothing of any moment occurred thi n lor five or nix (turn After tin* time. mid when they Imdleft ihe rnuio traek, unci had taken a near cut, they came across the murks of a wagon, where they agnin the main Santa Fe tra< k. The wagon had {parsed only a short time belore. McDaniel prepared to go in pursui', and nee who they were, and, it Mexicans, to take ihem and treat them aa they had treated the first Mexican. Their captnte was opposed by Morton, Harris and McCormick- Notwithstanding he Mexicans were taken prisoners When McDatiiel rode up to them, he required Chavis to surrender liimst-il a "prisoner of war to Texas." He politely bowed, ana did so, and requested from McDaniel a "receipt lor his goods and fleets, in the name ot die Texan Government,"and he made out nn inventory lor Mi-Daniel to ti^n. It is not known tli it McO.init I did siun it. '1 hat evening, when nearly dark. MoT) opened n box, and took the money, which consisted oi gold and and silver bullion, and a purse containing 45 doubloons; just three a piece lor each man. Searcy, one ol tMe men eng iged in the murder, insisted that the three doubloons ultould be given to these men. McD assented to this, and all the men were called up,except Morton and Harris, who were on the other side of the oreek, upon which they then were, encamped. When they received the money, McDaniel exclaiincd in triumph, "now boys, we are all in lor it?we are all guilty alike." Some time the next day, McDaniel made a proposition to Morton,to make away with the Spaniards. Morton had, in the meantime, in consequence of the conduct of the McDanieU, determined to leave the camp, and return to the U. States. Morton said to him, "McDaniel, sooner thnn the blood of any of those Mexicans shall rest upon my gun, I will die upon these plains." This is the substance of Mason's testimony. B:'rry, who had been introduced on the part of the Government on the trial of Profontaine, and who was introduced on behalf ol the delence,swore that the reason Morton received the five hundred dollar-, which were counted out to him by McDaniel the morpiug he left,, because, in a conference between him hnd Uerry, Morton taid it was tieiter to do so than to have a bloody collision with Mcl)*niel and Ins pany?that they teured they would be murdered it they refused?that McDaniel had said they must all be implicated in the affair.? It was proven that iVlcDdniel counted out to each on? $508, including tli?* doubloouj, and that they received and parted with it, but uidereuch circumstances as to induce the belief tiiat they were in duress Throughout r|| the testimony, McDaniel was proven to be arbitrary, tyrannical uiui remorseless All the testimony introduced by the def n'lants was as to their characters, which they proved to have been excellent. Yesterday morning Thomas H. Holt , Esq , of your cttv, commenced his address to the Jury on behalf of the accused. As you nre aware, Mr. H. is young, and h# i been but a little time at the bar ? He rose evidently much embarrassed by the responsibility and novelty of his position, though his selfpossession did not at al1 desert him, and his eys beamed a consciousness that he was equal to the occasion. He had pronounced hut a few sentences, when every thing like embartafsmen* disappeared. aurt !ie continued mr nDout iwo ours in a Birain or hrillintf hihI touching elcquenee, that I have never heard surpassed. Throughout ihe delivery of the entire speech, the attention of the audience was enchained in almost breathless silence, and very frequently all present, including us well the large audience ot ladies and gentlemen, as the Judge, the Jury and the Bar, were melted to tears. Mr. Holt's effort i9 spoken of hy his fellow members of tha l?ar, and indeed hy nil who heard it, in terms of the highent commendation; and th" friends of that young gentleman,111 your city and elsewhere, may rest assured that i: may well add much to their confidence of his attaining that elevation in his profession which, from iheir knowledge of his character and talents, they have hoped and predicted he would reach. Mr. Vaughn, of Kentucky, followed Mr. Holt, on 'he purt of ihe d-lence. 1 did not hear him, but ho is said to have mad'1 a very handsome efiorf. Mr. Crockett, of your city, closed for the defence, in a speech of fibout two hours. He timcie a strong, lucid arid logical argument,winch was lUied to with the utmost attention and interest, mid fully Hisiainfdthe high reputation which had preceded that gentleman here. The District Attorney, Mr. IVair'then addressed the Jury on the part of the prosecution, in a very Reii9ibl?* speech; after which, Judge Wells r?ve some instructions to the Jurv. rather unfavorable to the accuied, and the Jury retired. The r* suit is, ol I course, doubtful, but iner'* U a atrong belief liere that the prisoners will he acquitted. The Km of the 28:h has the following additional I . ! particulars: The steamboat latan arrived from the Missouri river to-day at 12 o'clock. She had on board the two M'Daniels, and five others concerned in the robbery and murder of Cbnris, on the Western oruities. They Jmve b"en reminded to thw City, tor confinement, until the metii'g of th<- Circuit (Jourt in At til re*', in ihi-s ci y, when all th^ parties not yet convicted will he put upon trial Pretontnine wn? of the number of prisoners brought hither, waasrnter.ced, we learn, to the i?ym<nt of 91000 line and twelve months imprisonment in the County jail, that being the extent of . unishment awarded by the law in cases of this kind. At his r<quest, he was wnfenced to be imprisoned in the St. Louis Connty jail. The Jury in <he case of Morton, McCormick and Harris, eould ngt ngree, and they were discharged *t coon on Tuesday. It is understood that nine were tor the acquittal, and three for the conviction of the defendants; and it is further Baid, that all, prcviou-ito the discharge of the Judge, had made up iheir minds in favor of acquittal. 1 he trial ol these young men will have to be rone into anew at the April term of the Court. Ham* wn.< admitted t?> bail by Judge Wells in the sum of ?2lXX); Morten i? out on the orininal hail; and McCornuck, we learn. will Kivf the r< quired hail in a day or iwo. We lenrn, further, that Thomas Towi*on, and IVIa Hon at.d Herry, (the two latter used as witnesses, on 'ho part ol the Government,) were recommended to the mercy of the President, by the Grand Jury ; in which Judge Wells and the District Attorney roncurred. CotTRT FOR TttK CoRRKcrtoV OF ERRORS, Oot. 9. ?Present?Senator K/y presiding; relators Porkee, Oorninir, Dennirton, D-yo, Franklin, Hard, Ifiipk'n-', Lawrence, Lott, Mitchell, Putnam, Scott, ScoviI, Sfron*, Varney, Works?17. Alwenl?The Lieut. Governor, the Chancellor, Senator.* Hartlit, Chamberlain, Dickinson, Dixon, Kanlkn-r, Foster, Hnnter, Piatt, Porter, Rhoadfa, Root, Sherwood, Varian, Wright. Ad|ourned lor want ol a quorum until to-morrow at ID o'clock A.M. GO Mrs. Charles Ke?w (Ellen Tree) has given birth to a daughter

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