Newspaper of The New York Herald, October 22, 1843, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated October 22, 1843 Page 1
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i TH Vol. IX., No. MttO?Whole No. 3504. RED BIRD LINE OF STAGES, . IN CONNKCTION WITH THKNafeKANvu &9B. 'TWOapail vn^fr; On and <t(W Wedni-aday, llth October, imt, the lied Bird liiiir of Suttea will lea** the Tillage of Whit* Plains. *T*ry niuiuiuK. (buud.ivs vimiifi) Wt II nYliwW. A. M.. and ?frv afternoon at 2 o'clock. t. M., and the Railroad liepot, <>uy Hill, and the Westchester House, corner of Broome street ind the Bowery, New York, every morning ?t I o'clock, and every afternoon b> thu 2 o'clock tram. Agents are in constant attendance at th* Railroad Depots, ol whom e?ery information may he obtained, and who will alio tteud to the baggage put uuder their charge. HIRAM DEFOREST, Proprietor. White I'l iiiu, Oct. 4th. 1813. oil lin?ec ? lilt ARTS ON ENULANP. IRELAND Stc.?Persons abont remitting money to their //VjfCW&CjLjifriend* in the "old countty," can be sui> plied with Drafts, in lumi of 1,2, 3,), 10. Si ?M. or any amount, payable on dei.iand without discount or any other charge, at the National Bank of Ireland, Provincial Bank, do., Mcm;s. James Bult, Son k Co., Bankers, Loudon, 1. Barned fc Co., Exchange and Discount Bank, Liverpool, Eastern Bank of Scotland, Ureenock Banking Company, Sir Wm. Korbr* riniiter dt Co., Scotland, and the branches in every post town throughout England. Ireland, Scotland and Wales, which drafts will be forwarded by the steamerHiberuia which laili from Boston on tlie lit November. W. 8t J. T. TAP8COTT, At their General Passage Office, 43 Peck Slip, corner Sonth at. N. B.?All letter* from the country muit come post paid -ill 4 - - THE SPANISH STEAMER NATCHY. for IiAVANH, Direct, Dou KnitVillair, commander.will leave the port ol New York on Wednesday, Nov. 1st, for Ha ^^ "vana direct. The NATCHEZ has been newlv coppered, refitted with new boilers, and in poiint of elegance and general comfort cannot be surpassed. for particulars for passage apply to JOHN B. STANHOPE, Astar House, who will accompany the Natchezlon her voyage. ol2 toNl*r JOHN R. STANHOPE. FOR CHARl.KHTON KF.V WK.ST. StoOm/Jtm HAVANA. NEW ORLEANS, AND Uk^OALVES-fON. TEXAS.?The splendid f*2a2|i&fyH_ Steam Ship NEPTUNE, Captain WilRollins?To >-til positively on Wediii'silay,-2.'itli October, instant, at 4 o'clock P M. The unhealihiness of New Orleans,with other circumstances, has induced Captain Hollins to delay the departure of the Neptune until the above, day, 2Mb ins'aut. which at the earnest solicitation of ininy passengers he has asseuted to with great reluctance. The public may rest assured that no delay will be juhmiited to beyond the day now fixed. The Neptune has been completely overhauled, and is in perfect order. Passengers may rlv upon every comfort and convenience in her. A bout one half the number of her benhs are still disengaged. For passage, Tor the above |>orts, in state rooms, cabins or strce'age, tmd for freight of light goods or specie for Charleston, apply on board, at the Tobacco Inspection wharf, foot of Clinton street. E. R, or to oU to?S*ec J. H BROWER, 75 Wall street. ^ - TRAVELLERS OOINO SOUTH OR WEST?Sixteen hours in advance of the S. Mail?Tri-Weekly Line to Savanuah, in connexion with the Central Railroad to ""?^^^^E??Macoii and the West The splendid steam packets GENERAL CLINCH, Capt. J. P. Brooks, and CHARLESTON, Capt. K. Barden, will leave Charleston every Tuesday, Thursday and Satnrday morning, at 9 o'clock, after the arrival of the Wilmington boats from the north, arriviug at Savannah the same day, and will leave Savannah on the same days as above, at 6 o'clock P. M., after the arrival of the cars from Macon. Travellers will find this to be the cheapest and most expeditious rout* to the south and west. The above boats are fitted up in a superior style, and no expeuse or pains will be sparqHo ensure certainty, comfort, and expedition to the travelling (Vl>lic. JOHN B. LAWTTE. Agent. Kitztimmous' Wharf, Charleston. Charleston* September, 1843. s!7 2m*r JYKW AKKAINUEMKNT. FAKK. AND FREIGHT REDUCED. regular mail line-for proflZ7**'ig?PIDENCE AND BOSTON, via. STON 3K^JKSE.INGTGN AND NEWPORT?Compoud of the fallowing superior steamers, running in connection with the Htouington and Boston and Providence Railroad* MASSACHUSETTS, Cam. Comatock. RHODE ISLAND, C?pt Thayer. PROVIDENCE. NARRAGAN SETT. MOHEGAN. One or which will leave New York daily, (Sundays excepted) from Pier No. 1, Battery Place, N. liiver, at 4 P. M. ARRANGEMENTS. The RHODE ISLAND, Captain Thayer, on Monday, and Wednesday for Stonington and Newport, and Friday for Stonington. The MASSACHUSETTS, Captain Comstock, on Tuesday and Thursday for Stonington, and Saturday for Stoningtoii, Newport and Providence. Paatengers, on the arrival of the steamers at Stonington, will be immediately furwardeH in the splendid and commodious Cars of the Railroad > i Providence and Boston, and if Cor Newport will proceed in the steamer Mohegan (in sajierior order) from thence at 6 o'clock the following morning, thus giving them axvopportnn'ty of a night's rest on board the steamer Massachusetts or Rhode Island, and then breakfast on board the Mohegan. The above steamers have been thoroughly equipped and prepared to promote celerity of travel and the comfort and security of passengers, and not sarpaesetl by any in the United Slates. Kor pusage or freight, which is taken at very reduced rate*, apply on board-at north side of pier No. I, 22 Broadway, or office of Samuel Deveau, freight agent, on the wharf. Tickets for the route and steamers' berths can be secured on board, or at the office of HARNDEN k CO.. No. 3 Wall street O" NOTICE?CHANGE OF HOUR?On and after Monday, Oct. 9th, the steamers of the New Jersey Steam Na1 vigation Company, forming the I iue to Providence and Boston vim Stonington, will leave pier No. 1, Battery Place, at i P M. IT/ On and alter the 10th aist, freight will not be recoived and forwarded after half-past 4 P. M. m9 6m* m FOH KEYPORT AND M1DDLETOWW r fcriMNT. Daily, (Sundays excepted,) toudh3E_oJKI^E.ing at Seguine s Dock, Statm Island.?On and after Monday, Jaly 31st. the steamer ROCKLAND, Captain Crawford, ww leave Middletown Point on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, at half-mat ene o'clock (tide permitting.) and Keyport at 3 o'clock P. 51 Returniuc. leave New York, foot of Robinson street, on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, at I o'clock A. M. and Saturdays at 2 P. M. States will be in readiuess on the arrival of the boat to con viy |?*?e?jrrr? to KreeJioliJ or any part o! the coitutry. Uniform conveyance on Target Excursions, Parties of pleasure will be takeu to and from Kurt Hamilton or Keyport ac reasonable pricea. _ t20 J_m m A* NEW ARRANGEMENT FOR fl/i'7fVj' SHREWSBURY?Lour Branch. Sandy Ocean House ami batontown Landiug. The uew Sleamboat SHREWSBURY, Captain John r. Corlies. will now run aa follows, on and alter Thursday, 27th in'st InatiuR New York, Iro-n the foot ?f Robinaon strwt, every Tuesday, Thuraday, and Saturday, at 10 o'clock, A. M. .And Eatontowu Lauding on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at in o'clock, A. M. The Shrewsbury will ran as above, weather permitting, nn| til further notice. Ail baguage at the risk of the owners. Fare 37 > cents. N. B.?Stages will be in attendance to convey passenger from tlie aforesaid landing place* to any part of the county re quired. The ^hrewstrory will go ths innsr passnjff, whan practicable, jellr SEVEN O'CLOCJC MORNING LINK QZMSiKOlt ALBANY. TROY, and intermedial; SK_^JKjE-Lamlii]iZb?From the stounboat pier, at tHe foot of Barclay street. Breakfast and Dinixar on board. Leaves NswYork?The Empire on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Tne Troy on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 7 A. M. Landing at?Caldwell's, Wast Point, Newburjh, Hampton I'oughkeepsie. Hyde Park. Rhinebeck, U. Hied Hook, Bristol t'atskill, Hudson, <oxsackie and Rinilnrhook. The new low pressure steamer KM PI RE, Captain 8. R Roe on this day. at 7 o'clock iu the morning. The new low pressure steamer TROY, Captain A. Qorham on Tuesday, at 7 o'clock iu the morning. For passuge, apply to F. B. Hall, at the office, foot of Barclai i > street, or on board. Notice.?All (Mods, Freight, Baggage, Bank Billa, Snscie or any other kind of Property, taken, shipped, or put on loart the Boats of thia Line,must be at the risk of the owners of sac) goods. anil r PEOPLE'S LINE OF STEAMBOAT? A, *73. ALBANY?Daily at 6 o'clock P. M.3C?Through direct?From tne it ears boat pier be twem Courtlaiidt and Llbf'ty stirets, Saiiday excepted. I he suwnbuat KNrLnKRBOCKi;R,Cipt. AiT St. John will l?ave| Monday, Wednesday and Friday Evenings, at sii o'clock. Steamboat ROCHESTER, C-apt. A. Houghton, will lsavi Tuosday,Thursday, snd Saturday at 6 P. M. At 5 o'clock r. M.?Landing at Intermediate Places. RumhnuHOUTH AMERICA. Capt. L. W. Hrainard w ill leave Monday. Wednesday, and Friday afternoon, a 1 o'clock. Steamboat NORTH AMERICA, Capt. M. H. Traeadell will leave Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Evening, at fin o'clock. l'ajje Tigers taking this Line of Boats will at all times arrive ii Albany in ample time to take the Morning Train of Cars fo the east or west. The shore boats are new and substantial, are flunished witl neat and elegant State Room*, and for s|wed and accommoda lions are unrivalled on the Hudson. tor Passage or Freight, apply on board, or to P. C. Br halt at tne office on th' wharf. *25 r SOTlC E?On and after Monday, Oct. lfltli, the boats of thi line will leave for Albany at 6 o'clock, I'. M instead of 7. SEVEN O'CLOCK EVENING L1N1 - / ' " * "" AND TROY direct, withou jBtanMUdL-Uiidiug?tlie splendid low pressure stesinboi BWALl.OW, U|ilam A. McLean, will leave the foot o Courtlaudt street every Tuesday ^Thursday, and Matnrda evenings, at T o'clock, for Albany direct. Th* Swallow h.-u a large number of state rooms,and for spm and accommodations is not snrpassed on the Hudson. au> ec NEW YORK AND KINOSTON STEAM FREIOHI . AND PA98AC1E LINK. jD Kor Kingston, anc Delaware and Hudso steamboats EMERALD and N(IH iT^K^^RALD. Captain John Ketchatu, will leave Nei York, foot nf Murray street, every Monday and Thursday at o'clock, P M. ...? , Will leave Kingston (Romlout landing) every Wedneada and Saturday st 1 o clock, I' M. The NORWICH, Captain John Samuels, will leave Nei York, foot of Warren street, every Wednesday and Saturdays 1 o'clock, P. M. ... _ Will leave K sgston (Hondout landing) every Tuesday an Friday at 3 o'clock, P. M. KXTHA TRIPS. Rie EMERALD will leave the foot of Mnrray street ever hnmlay inornnm.it 7 o'clock. Returuiug, leaves Kingston at o'clock, same day. Kor freight or passage apply on hoard, or to WILLIAMSON, HARLOW St CO., .,21 jm*r 1H West street. ^MDi .491 NEWARK AND NEW YORK.?Fai f\, nJ^jpnnlv 1JU| Cents !?Kail and Winter Arrangi 3C^JHZK-")eiit?The splendid steamer PASSAIC, o anil after Oct 3, will run as follows Leaves Newark, from loot ol Centre street, at I o'clock A ^ Leave N?w York, from foot of Barclay street, at S o'clock 1 M. The accommodation both for passengers and freight ( evhic * earned at wy low rates) have been greatly improved. jylti 3m?ee ^TAI KN" ISLAND, KERRY, FOO' w HIT E HAL I, ST.-The stsambo. 3E2KX.8TATEN ISLANDER will leave New Yoi and si * ten Island, on and after October 3d, as follows, ant further notice j? Leave New York *, II, 1, ? . . . Ceave Ststen Island I, 10, 1, All freight shipiied is re<jnired to be particularly marked ai is *1 the n?U nf the owners thereof. s30tf r Lb^MARD?TMkegs extra prime Leaf Lard, ineicellent orde for sale by ol??C E. K. COLLINS k CO. X South st. E NE NE1 SUMMER ARRANGEMENT NEW YORK AND PHI^^UKLPHIA RA .AOAD LINE Via Nbwa??, Ncwmi'unvici 'Phincktok, Tkkntok, Bokdkntown An# Buri.iwutqw. Leaving New York daily from tlif foot of Conrtlandt ?t Moniiuij Liueat? A. M.?Mail Pilot Line at *\ P. M. 1 MMoruins Line proceed* to Bordentown, from thence by teamboat r<> Philadelphia. I ??. .. vW'u* ^ine Proceed* direct to Camden (oppo?ite to PhlLlit'Ilihin \ wirlionr ? pMseugers wiil procure their tickets at the office foot of ( uxrtUndr street, when* a commodious steamboat, will be in r**})mess, with baggage crates on board. JJuJ<uM|ihia baggage crates are conveyed from city to city, winmit being o|teued by the way Kach train is provided with a car in which are apirtmeuti aud dressing rooms expressly for the ladies' use. Returning, the lines leave Philadelphia from the foot of Waluut street, by steamboat to BOTdentowa at 7 o clock, A. M. and by railroad from Camden, at 5 o'clock, P. M. 1 he lines for Baltimore leave Philadelphia at 1% A. M., and 4 1. M. beinc a cooEfluatiou of the liues from New York, oil 2in*m PATE K SON~R AILRO AIX ITrmn P?f*r??n rn Jmraatr Pitv On and after Monday, Oct. 2d, 1843,'the car? will leave Paterson Depot. Leave New Yoke. HAM. 9 A.M. 11* " 1?X P. M. 3 P. M. 4 ON 8UNDAY8. Lkavk Paterion Depot. Leave New York. 8 A.M. 9)f A. M. 3 P. M. 4 P. M. Transportation can leave daily (Snnday? e*ceoted.) Passengers are advised to be at the Kerry, foot of Courtlaadt street, a few minutes before the stated hour of departure. jyl9 Gm FOR BUFFALO AND ALL PARTS OK THE WE81' flM lifi <S&& ASSOCIATION PASMGKOTFICE TO ALBANY. Utica $2 00 Rochester, $3 00 Syracuse, 2 25 Buffalo, 3 50 Oswego, 2 25 Up. and Lower CanadaL5 54 By the fast Hue to Buffalo and found, $8 04. For pas5age apply to M. L. RAY, an 24 Sra m 9J Barclay street. New York. ???- REMITTANCES TO~ IRELAND, kc.-The J^S^WsubscritxT continues to transmit money in sums large JHtjNObor small, to persons residing in any part of of Ireland in the same manner as lie, and his predecessor in business have done for the last thirty years and inore ; also, to auy part of England, or Scotland. Money remitted by letter (post Paid) to the subscriber, or personally deposited with hiin, witli the name of the person or persons iu Ireland, England or Scotland, to whom it is to beSunt, and nearest post town, will lie immediately transmitted, and paid accordingly, and a receipt to that effect given, or forwarded to the sender. In like manntv money, or claims ou persons in any part of Ireland, England or Scotland, can be collected by the subscriber for iiersons residing in any part of the Uuited States or Canada, and will be paid to them accordingly. 21 lm*r GEORGE McBRIDE. Jr. 82 Cedar st. PASSAGE KROM CORK?Via Liverpool-In fcJHCTytlie first spriug ships.?We beg to inform our friends jwPfaihjt during the coining spring, 1814. we shall have a regiilnr succession of first class American ships, sailing from the above port every week, which will be fitted out in such a manner for second cabiu and steerage pasiengem, as cannot fail to ensure them every comfort. One of enr firm, Mr. James D. Roche, resides there, who will see persimlly to the forwarding of all our passengers, and will spare neither pains or expense to meet their wishes, and have them forwarded without any delay. Those sending for their friends will at once see the advantage to be derived by paying in our line. Apply to. or address if by letter post paid, ROCHE BROTHERS St CO. 35 Kulton street, next door to the Eulton Bank, or to JAMES D. ROCHE, 14 Goree Piazzas, Liverpool. P. S.?Passage certificates and drafts can be sent from this by the regular packet ships on the 1st, 7th, 13th, 19th and 25th ot even* moath. also by the Boston steamers on the 1st and 16th. jjpg- SPRING AKRANGEMENTS KOR 1844-PssWrjMrVsage from Dublin, Belfast, Newry, Londonderry, SliJBSSHbsgo, Ballina. Gal way, Cork, Waterford, Wexford and Limerick, can now be engaged for the first spriug ships, sailing from Liverpool, by weekly opportunities. Such as may be sending for their relatives will find it their advautage by making arrangements with the subscribers. Drafts payable at sight for Inree or small sum. on tli- Itnv.l R:..,k ?f I~U?.l A nnlw ROE'HE, BROTHERS fc CO?,*""'"' 35 Fultoii ?l?t, New York, or to olO r JAMES D. ROCHE, Liver|?>ol ~ j*g- FOR LIVERPOOL?British Ship-With despatch KOfSV ?The well known very fast sailing British ?hip JlHnMEa'' HESTER. John Wilson, master, having; a large portion of her cargo 011 board, will have immediate despatch for the above port. Shippers of goods will find the Chester a most desirable conveyance. For freight or pessage, having very comfortable accommodations,applv 'o the subscribers. ROCHE, BROTHERS fc CO., 35 Fulton it.. o2.'r next door to the Fulton Bank. FOR LIVERPOOL-NEW LINE?Hegnlar MgrlfV Packet of 25th October.?The spleudid packet ship XtMb*'ARRICK, Captain Wm.Bkiddy, of 1000 tons, will sail as above, her regular day. For freight or |>assage, having handsome furnished accommodations,ap|Ty ou board at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall street, or to e. k. collins k co. Price of passage, $75. 56 South street. The packet shin RO8CIU8, Captain John Collins, of 1100 tons, will succeed the OARR10K, and sail the25th November, her regular day. Passengers may rely npoa the ships of this line sailing punc tually as advertised. o2 FOR LIVERPOOL?The New Line?Keguli r wJflVPacket 16th of November?The fine New York built JEMKiiPacket ship* HOTTINOUER, Ira Bursley, masta, 1050 tons, will sail as above her regular day. For freight or passage hiving very superior accommodations, apply to the Captain 011 board, at west side Burling slip, or to WOODHULL k M1NTURNS,?7 South st rfThe fine packet ship Liverpool, J. Eldridge, master, 1150 tons, will succeed the llottinguer and sail on her regular day, lull December. o22 FOR LIVERPOOL?Regular packet 0! the 25th HT*IV October?The well known fist sailing packet ship 1RRICK, C*pt W. Skiddy, of 1000 tons, will sail as above, being Iter regular day. Iler accommodations for cabin, second cabin and steerage passengers are unsurpassed by any vessel m port, and as a number of her patenters are already engaged, those deairoos of securing berths should make rarfy applicationon to JOS. McMURRAY, 100 Pine street | ol'r Comer of South. nTw~line of"lTverpool paTTkets? Packet of the 25th October?The new and elegant jUlb acket ship GARRICK. 1000 tons burthen, Capt. W akiddy, will sail 011 Wednesday. 25th Ortobei.her legnlar day The ships of this line being all 1000 tons and upwards, per sons aixjui 10 enioara ior me oiu country, will 1101 tail c<> sn the advantages lo b? <l#rivpil from selecting tins line in preference to any other, as their great capacity renders them every s way more comfortable and con?enient than ships of asmallei class. Those wishing to secure berths, should uot fail to make early application on board, or to W. It J. T. TAP8COTT, At their General Passage Office, 43 Peck Slip, cor South street. The (iarrack will sail from Liverpool on the 13th December Tenons wishing to send for th-ir friends can h?re them brought out iu h?r or any of the regular line on favorable terms Those wishing to remit money can be supplied with drafts foi any amount, payable in all the principal towns of the United Kingdom. * ol.Vc FOR LONDON?To sail on the 1st NovembarKHMfVThe new packet ship VICTORIA, Capt Morgan JHHabU'110 tons, will sail as above, her regular day. | Her accommodations lor cabiu, second cabin and steeme , passengers an* unsurpassed by any vessel in port, and as a num ber of tier passengers are already eni gaged,t nose desirous of sc curing berth* should make early application to i JoK?.;PH McMITRRAY, . O'lT 100 Pine street, corner of South. PACKET FOR HAVRK?Second Line?Tb rfJWWihip ONEIDA, James Funck, master, will sail oi > JMMKgthe 1st of November. 1 BOYD k HINCKKN, No. 9 Tontine Building, oUec corner Wall and Waterstreeta p FOR MARSEILLES?Packet for 1st Nov^n.ber|gH>The ship OOUR1ER, Capt. Duggan, coppered am JMJUfiecopi'er lastenert. t For freight or passage, apply to S BROOM fc CO., . or to BOYD fc HINCKKN, , nl3 ec No. 9 Tontine Building. FOR SAVANNAH-First Kegular Packet will i wf3WrV'l?P*tch?The first class fast sailing ship LANCA r Capt Lyons, burthen 850 tons, v#ll sail a: above, her regular day. i Having very superior accommodations for cabin, second ca r bin and steerage passengers, those intending to embark shouli make immediate application on board, foot of Dover St., or to t JOSEPH McMURRAY, 100 Pine street, ollr corner of South. * FOR NKW OKLF.ANS?Louisiana and Nev SjraVYork Line?Positively First Regular Jacket. Ti , jUgj^ggssil the 31st Oct. The fast sailing packet sliii t OCUM r,s;, Capt Jackson, will sail as above, her regular day it For freight or passage, having handsome furnished accommo dnti.ms, apply on board, at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall street y or to E. K. COLLINS (ft CO, J# South street. Shippers may rely upon having their goods by thia line i:oi <1 rectiy measured. Agents in New Orleans, Hnllen fc Woodruff, who wil promptly forward all goods to their address. ' The packet ship Shakspeare. ('apt Allen Miner, will succeed r theOt.ONKF., and sail the Iflth Nov. her regular day. o2lr P REGULAR PACKF.T FOR NEW ORLEANl Th* splendid fast tailing iwcket siup NORTI JNmMmCAROLINA, Captain Dnimmond, will have irnmt * diate dispatch for the above port. 3 '1 he accommodations of this ship for cabin,second cabin, an steerage passengers, are such as cannot fail to ensure every com ' lort to passengers during ihe voyage, and the price of pasiige i very low, for which i inmrdiate application shouldbe made o * board at pier foot of Jones'lane, next Wall street, or to lt . , ? W. fc J. T. TAPSCOTT. A , general Passage Office, 43 Peck slip, corner South st. I he ships of this line sail every five davs as usual. N. B.?The North Carolina can accommodate a few inoi passengers in the second cabin, who will be respectably fonn 4 a very moderate rate. oitl9r i/LiL FOR NKW ORKVANS-F.rs! Shin-The e] MfffV last sailing ship OKOfcOK STKVANS, Caj. jpBiHa' "sliing, will sail an Wednesday the 18th i St. Tl ilt.-rtlMK of her Wween decks .unl'.irt.M.- k.l.i .... ?. ataterooma for the Accommodation of 2d cabin paaacnirera wl ? will.be taken at a very moderate rate, as only a limited numb. r can betaken. Those desirous of se.uring berth, will renui n to mike immediate application on board the ?hip. at riier 10 I R., or U> JOHN IIKRUMaN, L- , . ... 81 Bonth Hi reel, near Wall street , N. 11.?The splendid well known packet ship Krancia L)en? will succeed the ab?ve, and aail on the 2 .th mat. This ah ha* nnerjn.?lleil accommodationi for cabiu, 2d cabin and atw 1> age passengers. Apply Mabore 0|gr f NEW YORK * BOSTON V SOUN L) i'l LOT. i| HWKN PHKBOOTT, Pi lota, or take* charge aa maatrr an Vy pilot of reaaela bound to New Bedford, over Nantucki Mhoals, Bolton, Portsmouth, Portland, Keonebeck, and OxI Kit PORTH. Office at Kryell Shaw's Nautical atore, 23 id Water atraet, corner Beekman. lUference to a number of me chants, and the several Insurance Companies iu thia citv, Bo< - ton. and Portland ivli liar ' Ic^a """'ttdu NS > W YC W YORK. SUNDAY MOP NEW JERSEY RAILROAD AND TRANSPORTATION COMPANY. Magi cafltta aIjI FARE REDUCED TO TWENTY-FIVE CF.NT9. From the foot of Courtl&udt street, N?w York. (Every day?Sundays eicepted.) Lmvn New York. Leaves Newark. At 8 A. M. At 2 r. M. At 7 A M. At IX r. M. 9 do. 3 do. 8 do. 4S do. 11 do. 4 do. 9 do. do. 5W do. 10X do. 7? do. 6^ do. 9^ do, 8 do. ON SUNDAYS. Krotn the foot of Courtlaudt itrmt. Lear?s N*w Ytfrlt. Leaves Newark. At 9 A. \1. and i\ P. M. At 12K P. M. and 9X P. M. | NEW YORK, ELIZABETH TOwtf Lnvi New York. Leaves Elizabeth Town At 8 A.M. At J P.M. At A.M. 3X P. M. 9 do. 4 do. 8>5 do. 7 do. 11 do. 4 hi do. 10 do. 9>i do. 5)? do. 12 do. The traim for Wejtlield, F'lainfield, Kouiulbrook, Somerville, See., connect with the 9 A. M., and P. M. ; traiiia from New York daily, Suudayi excepted. Knre between New York and Elizabeth Town 26 r.enU. Fare between do. and Somerville, 75 ceuti. Leave* New York. Letves Railway. At i A. M At 3 P. M. It 7 A . M. At P. M 9 do. i do. 8 <k>. X do. 11 do 4l< da. 9U do. 9 do. 6K do. Urn do. NEW YORK AND NH'W BRUNSWICK. Kxom foot of Courtlandt street, Ni'W York, daily Leaves New York. Leaves New Brunswick. At 9 A. M. At 4 P. M. At 6 A. M. At 11V A.M. iK do. 7K do. 8? P. M. ON SUNDAYS? Leaves New York Leaves New Brnnswiek. At 9 A. M. and 4 VP. M. At 1IM A M., and 8y% P. M. Kara, except in the Philadelphia trains, between New York and New Brunswick. 64 cents. Between New York and Rahway, 25 cents. Passengers who procure their tickets at the. ticket office, re ceive a furry ticket gratis. Tickets are roceived by the cou dnctor only on the day whan purchased. aul9 r " NEW LINE~OF~UVKKPOOLTAI:KETS. To sail from New York on the 25th and .Liverpool ou the 13th of each month ?& Ship RQ8C1US, Captain John Collins, 25th July. 81up SIDDONS, Captain A. B. Cobb, 25th August. Ship SHERIDAN, Captain F. A. Deneyster, 25th Sej*. Ship (JARR1CK, Captaiu Win. Skiddy, 25th October. From Liverpool. Ship SHERIDAN, ('aptain F. A. Depeyster, 13th July. Ship UARllICK, Capt. Win. Skiddy, 13th August. Ship ROSC1U8, Captain John Collius, 13th September. Ship S1DDONS, Captain E. B. Cobb, 13th October. 1 nine ships are all of the lirst class, upwards of 1000 tons, built in the city of New York, with such improvements as Combine great speed with unusual comfort for passengers. Every care has been taken in the arrangement of their accommodations. The price of passage hence is $75. These ships are commanded by experienced masters, who will make every exertion to give general satisfaction. Neither the captains or owners of the ships will be responsible for any letters, parcels or packages sent by them, unless regular hills of lading are signed therefor. For freight or passage apply to E. K. COLLINS at I/O., 56 South st., New York, or to BROWN, SHIPLEY St CO., Liverpool. Letters by the packets will be charged 12% cents per singl sheet ; 50 cents per onnce, and newspapers 1 cent each. jy7 ec THE NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS. Mk sk Ship ROCHESTER. 85* ton.. \ J?'!' John Britton j !?ul June "*' Ship HOTTINGUER, 1050 tom, ? Marc 1"1' Ira Bursely, $ 16th July. ' Those substantial, fast sailing, first class ships, all built in the cify of New York, are commanded by men of ecperieuce and ability, and will be dispatched punctually on the 16th oi each mouth. Thoir cabins are elegant and commodious, and are furnished with whatever can conduce to the ease and comfort of passengers. Neither the captains or owners of these ships will be responsible for any parcels or packages sent by them, unless regular bills lading are signed therefor. For freight or passage apply to WOODHULL Si M1NTURNS, 87 South street, New York, or to FIELDEN, BROTHERS St CO., au 9 Liverpool .jiiT m. m, ~ NEW YORK AND HAVRE PACKETS. Second Line?The Ships of this line will hereafter leave New York on the 1st, and Havre on the 16th of each mouth, as follows, viz From Nkw York. Frbm Havre. New Ship ONEIDA, 11st March. ( 16th April. Captain < 1st July. j 16th August. James Ftiuck. r 1st November, f 16th Dec#nber. Ship BALTIMORE, < 1st April i 16th May. Captaiu < l?t August. < 16th September Edward Funck.r 1st December. ( 16th January. Ship UTICA, i 1st May. I 16th June. Captain < 1st September < 16th October. Frederick Hewitt. ( 1st January. r 16th February. New ship St. NICHOLAS ( 1st June. C 16th July. C aptaiu < 1st October. < 16th November. J- B. Pell, ( 1st February. ( 16th Marah. The arcommodations of these ships are not surpassed, com biniug all that may be required for comfort. The price of ca bin passage is $100. Passengers will be supplied with every re quisite with the exception of wines and liquors. (Minds intended for these vessels will be forwarded by the sut> scribers, free from any other than the expenses actually incurred ou them. For freight <* passage, apply to BOYD St HINCKEN. Agenta, jetS ee No. 9. Tontine Building, cor. Wall and Water ?t ASSAGE FROM GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND ^ m. M- m. ^BYTHE BLASx"BALL OH OLD LINIHIF" LIVERPOOL PACKETS. [Sailing from Liverpool on the 7tli and 19th of every month.] maw wishing to seud to the Old (Country for their friends can make the necessary arrangement* with the subscriber!, and have them coine out in tin s superior Line of Packet*, Hailing Irom Liverpool punctually on the 7th and 19th of every month. They will alio have a first rate class of American trading ships, sailing every si* days, thereby affording weekly communication from that port. One of the firm (Mr. James D. Hoc he) is there, to see that they shall be forwarded with care and despatch. Should the parties agreed for not com* out, the money will ' be returned to those who paid it here, without any reduction. The Black Ball, or Old Lina of Liverpool Packets, compriss the following magnificent Shlps.vix 1 The OXFORD, The NEW YORK, CAMBRIDGE, COLUMBUS. EUROPE SOUTH AMERICA. ENGLAND NORTH AM ERICA. With snch superior and unequalled arrangements, the subscribers confidently look forward for a continuance of that sup1 port which has been extended to them so many years, for which they are grateful. [ Those proceeding, or remitting money to their relatives, can ' at all times obtain Drafts at sight for any amount, drawn direct ou the Royal Bank of Ireland, Dublin, also on 1 Messrs. PRESCOl'f, GROTE, AMES St CO. Bankers, Loudon, which will b? paid on demand at any of the Banks, or tlieit Branches, in all the prmci|>al towns throughout England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Apply, or address, (if bv letter, post paid.) * ROCHE, BROTHERS 8c CO. 35 Fulton street New York, next door to the Fulton Bank. N. B.?The Old Line of Liverpool Packets sail from thi e port for Liverpool on the 1st and 19th of each month. Parti# a returning to the old country will find it to their comfort an< advantage to select this favorite Line for their conveyance, ii preference to any other. d27 r : LUCINA CORDIAL, ] OB THI ELIXIR OP LOVE. In olden time, among the Jews, That man a tecond wife might choose? Whose first, by Fate's unkindly doom, No children bore to bless his home. i Afflicted thus, the Roman matron Prated to Lucine, the midwife's patron; ? Egyptian wives, in such a crisis, Called to their aid the Priests of Isis; And even now. the meek Hindoo? 1 Warm as her clime, and tender, too? If childless twelve mouths from her bridal Flies weeping to her senseless idol, And with raised hands, in accents wild. Petitions Bramah for a child; v For well she knows. Love shuns to bleat [) The Hindoo bed of barrenness. '' So much forlove in days by-gone, And savage customs in our own; But say, even now, does Love's cnmmuniol '* Bless in OUR land, a sterile union ) k No. oft rime* conjugal felicity, h thus disturbed?ay, e'en in thii oitf . Yet may the barren, if they try The means "increase and multiply," , With "Lova's Elixir" for her meiid. The childless wife's repioings end. Bnt not tha nrocreative power

3 Ai.ost, is this Elixir's dower. I Consumption's ills it will prevent, j. With vigor clothe the impotent; Suppress * gleet, wliate'er its date, d And all life s functions renovate; i- Eruptions from the skin it chases, ( And brings hack beauty and tlw graces; a 'Tis woman's tru?t? and ne'er deceives her. From Kluor Allan it relieves her, Aud each disease, (with jiro|*w care, to?,) Her fair and fr.iyiW form is heir to. These sra bit thptmi, who calls thaw flcbaa f Shall hay* stern proof in contradiction, j Letters?all forms of attestation? From the itvini of even' nation; With grateful missives from all ouarten, . Penned by Disease and Uuackery's martyrs. Thousands who lay, with tluttering breath, I Almost within the Jaws oTdeath; Now in their nightly Ifayera repeat, Thinks to Life's friend, in Nassau street, ,r Ana sometimes names the very mimher? .. "Ninety-two Nassau"?even in their slumber? Or, dreaming of Diseases ordeal, Cry i*it for the "Lucina Cordial." Persons mdering this medicine from the country, by srniins - lin inri gout (nnnv narf nf thi tfaW>n!Hprice $3 i?r bot'tl*, or |2<" per iIcimi. Alio for iale a r. So. * North #tb it, Philadelphia. olO lin'm - DOUlUiK EXTRA ITALIAN HAIH WASH THIS CELEBRATED preparalion, the only one that h* A ever Wn di?coveml, for in' OCORMnl extirpation of tha mo*t offensive ol the h?il, DANDRUFF, d h**, during (he lute aprniK ai-d tuminer teuton, been applied am u 'eeted by ihonaanili of L idle* and * tantlemen, and in noon I- inatauce, ha* it failed to etfect 12 AN IMMEDIATE AND RADICAL CURB, r- .it is iwomtneniled by th? moil relebrated and skilful |>hy?i I- ciana and chetniata of the day. Every one thould avail them elvea of ita benefit*, vnd thin *ecure a clear head and a Initio - ant coat of hair. It 11 for *ale by ita proprietor?price fl th bottle, and 25 cent* the ain*le waali in the nhop. * on Wee P. I't/gSEDDU, 17 Park Row IRK E INING. OCTOBER 22, 18 engushadv i:kt isementsT HK NEW VOKK HEKALD i* regularly filed 111 Loudon A by Mr. P. L. SIMMONDS, Agent Tor the American Paper*, Britiih and Fortiuu Newt|>a|>er Office, 11 Cornhill, London, , opposite th* Koyal Eieliaiige, where order* and adverti*einent* will b? received. i28tfr GENERAL AGENCY AND COMMISSION OFFICE, ( 18 COHNHILL, LONDON, OPPOSITE THE ROYAL EXCHANGE. 'T'O MERCHANTS, Commercial New* Room*, Publie Li A branen, Agricultural Hocirtie?,Officer* of the United Htatea, Printer*, Publisher* of New?i>:iiier?. Sic. P. L. BIMMOND8, General Agent and Commission Mer- , chant, be?s to acquaint lus friend* .mil the American public in general,tli it lie is r.-ul, t,i receive orders for the supply ol News- ' P*l>er*, Periodical*, Stationery, Printing Material*, l-ancy Article*, Stc. ol'auy kind nd quantity, ami good* of every destruction of first rate quality at the very lowest market price* of the day, and to trausact business upon the most liberal term*, provided he is previously furnished with fuud* or draft* at either long or short dales, or a reference ou tome London or Li verpool house for payment. P. L. Siinmoud* will also receive consignment* of any description ol merchandise to lie sold on coniiiua*iou, and accept bill* at short dates for two thirds of the amount, on receipt of the hill* of lading. Consignment* entrusted to hi* care will meet with everv possible despatch in their di*po*al, coii*i*teut with the internet of the consignee*: an eitensive kuowledge of general business coupled with promptitude,attention and judgement, will he trusts enable him to give complete *ali?faction to all who may favor him with their command*. Reference may be made in New York to Jame* Gordon Bennett, Ksq., Proprietor of the Heral'd.who i* personally acquaint' ed with Mr.Siminouds and the nature andeiteutof hii establishment. s28tf r TO NEWSPAPER AGENTS \N1) PUBLISHERS IN THE UNITED STATES. '"PHOSE excellent Illustrated Newspapers, The Pictorial < J- Times, and Illustrated London News, are supplied at 7* 6d sterling per qr. Punch al 4s fid lierqr, and all the London and Foreign Newspaper* as they aiqwar are regularly supplied, 1 wholesale aud retail, by P. L. SIMMOND8, Newspaper and Periodical Agent, 111 Coriihill, Loudon. , Subscriptions hi advance, may be paid into the Herald Ollice. on Mr. SiinmonJ*' account. Advertisements received for iusertion iu all the London, Country and Foreign Journals. s28tf T ONDON?ST. KATHKRINE'8 HOTEL: opposite the IJ St. Katherin"'* Dock Gates. ami near the Royal Mini.? THOMAS LEN V KY, lateChief Steward of the British Oueen Steamship, respect ullv informs lus friends in '.he United Stales that he has the ma of the above new aud elegant establishment, which ii 'iuiK ud furnished regardless ofe?|>eiise. and is ill every respect adapted lor the reception of families and gentlemen visitin,: t'.HKland, as the hold fronts that |>ait of the dock in which the liners and most of the other American vessels lay, aud is w#<> in five miliums walk of the Bank and ltoyal Exchange. The Ii "use will lie conducied on liberal and economical principlon The coffee room is supplied with the London, American, E.ii: Indian and colonial! papers. The viands, wintui, Sic,, aie ol the first <|uality. A good billiard room and warm baths will tie found m the house. Gentleman may contract by the week or month for board, Sic., ou the same terms as in America. T. LENNEV begs to assure those who may honor him with their patronage that nothing shall be wanting to render them coinlurtable, and by attention to the wishes of his guests, hopes to merit that confidence auil good w ill to liberally bestowed ou him when steward of the British Queen. s29 eoil lmr rjKHIi r. OK I KKKKItMI.N I.NSl RAM E COMPANY *-? ?Office 36 Wall street. This company continue [their business of insurance against loss or damage by lire, on goods, wares and merchandise, and also ou vessels aud their cargoes' tg&iust loss by inlaud navigation. DIRECTORS Thomas W. Thorue, Elisha Biggs, Thomas T. Woodruff, Benjamin It. Kobson, Jolm R. Uavison, Francis P. Sage, Thomson Trioe Joseph Allen, John H. Lee, John P. Moore, Moses Tucki?, James K. Holme*, Caleb C. Tunis, James K. Whiting, Anson Baker, Win. K. Thorn, Joseph Drake, Irad Ilawley, Johu C. Merritt, Thomas MorrelI. THOMAS W. THOIINE, Prr?ideut ??KO. T. HOPE Secretary mH igh DEPOT OF GENTLEMEN'S KANCV DRESS ARTICLES. READV MADE LINENS. UNDER GARMENTS, fcc.lic. rPHE Subscriber would call the attention of their patrons and J- strangers visiting this city, to their rich aud extensive assortment of stocks, scarfs, cravats, gloves, suspenders, pocket handkerchiefs, dressing gowns, hosiery, lambs wool, merino, silk, cotton, Berlin, buckskin and other under shirts and drawers Their assortment of the above goods, and all other articles appertaining to a gentleman's wardrobe are rich, varied, and extensive, and well worthy the attention of the fashiouable rnmmmiitv w, in 1,1 imrticnlarlv recommend their new style of gentlemeu's shirts, m containing many improvements. The shirts at present manufactured by them, arc cut to auit the form of the wearer, thereby doing away with the tare* <rverplui of linen used nuder the old system of cutting, and addiug not only to the comfort of the wearer, bni to the beauty of the form. Thi? improvement was so manifest to the Judges of the late fair at the American Institute, that the first premium was awarded to the subscript; their patenr.elastic Brace is piuticyt- ' larly recommended to 'n persons who have acquired the nabit of stooping. They will be found of immense benefit to persons of sedentary habits, by bracing the shoulders, they strengthen the back, and expand the cheat, and will be found of uo impediment to itie free use o 1 the arms. They would also call attention to their patent elastic Russia or ridiug belt, Gentlemen may u{endon bemp. suited with 0>e I > >,'_ kod most fashionable articles, by calliug at the old establishment ol P VJIHELLS ?c AGATE, an JO.3m*nr. 2J1 Broadway. eoroer of I'nrk plac*. TAMES LA< ;Y~ T~\RAPER AND TAILOR, 62 John street, near William, continues to mak? np Oentlemen'i garment! of superior workmanship, and in the most fashionable style, at his usual low price*. Gentlemen in want of new and lashionable clothing, should call and examiue his select stock of goads before purchasing elsewhere. Atrial will he sufficient to couvince the most economical, that for beauty of fit, style of workmanship, and at such extraordinary low prices, this establishment cannot be surpassed by any in the city. D* Geutlemen furnishing their owe goods enn have them made and trimmed?a |?rfect tit warranted or the price of the goods returned. oi2 lmec TKKMH CASH. j7~Sokia's CHEAP DYKING ESTABLISHMENT. IVTH. SOKIA begs leave resi<ectfully to inform his friends and (he public iu general that owing to the depressed iitate of the times, he has reduced his price 26 per cent below the regular charges. Ladies wishing their summer dresses, shawls, kc. dyed or pressed, will lind it much to their advautage bv paying fiim a visit. Gentlemen will also do well to call with such articles of weariug ap|>arel as may need dyeiug or pressing. All orders will be Punctually atteuded to, ,iud the articles done up in the best style at Soria's establishment, No. 490 Pearl st. His branches are at No 267 Bleecker St., No 362 Bowery, and i at 367 Grand st. Also a branch at 49 Kulton st. Brooklyn, and at Newark, N. J., coiner of Broad st, aud Washington Place. I Merchants can have all kinds of goods dyed aud put up in their original forms, aud ou moderate terms. Principal office 4901'sarl st. au20 3m*ee Pl<EV11U.VI SOKA HEDSTEADrV NMeGKAW'8 PATENT EXTENSION SOFA.-Tlns article is so well known to the public, and its advantages have been so incontestibly proved, tliat the inventor deems it unnecessary to make further comrrs'nt. lie would, however, beg leave to refer to the few following highly respectable gentlemen who have these sofas now in usas to their convenience > and utility:? Ex-President Van Buren, Kinderhook, N. T. James R. Whiting, District Attorney, to. Hon. C. C. Cambreleng, dc . 11.... w?..._ pu,?? a r Sam'l Ward. Esq.. firm of Trim*, Ward & v lug, N. V. Brown, Brothers* Co. do. Col. Crosby, do. Rev Dr Nott, Scjenectady, do A thousand more name*could begivsu of gentl* n?n and ladies of the first respectability il it were naceasary; i i t i; needs only to be seen to be iu own best recommendation. A i I r*rsous wishing to purchase sofas, ?ofa bedsteads, reclining t tlice or rocking chairs, are res|?-ctfully invited to call at 4t>3 Bio?i way, second door above Grand street. N. B. The above sofa has been awarded, as premiums, at the various Fairs where it has bofln eihibited, one gold medal, thw silver medals, and six diplomas. 463 Broadway, second door above Graiid street. 08 I m * m OMK TO INliKRSOLL'S URF.AT BOAT ANUOAR BAZAAHS?At this establishment can be fouud every , description of Boats that the ingenuity of man can suggest. Look at what he has done and then judge of what he cau do. At a his establishment was built the following unrivalled boats, viz: ?The Swili Sure of Ne-.v Koundlaud; trie sixteen foot sailing Dinky Trouble*; the Homp of Hurlgate, and the Paul Pry. The row boats Henry Stark, which wou 29 race* in 18 months; the noble Ciinbria; tlie Ii. W. Chapman; the forty foot racer for the United States ship Ohio; the barge Knu>ress for Florida; the brass mounted gig Neptune for Tainpico Bay, and a host of others e itnlly great. Oars, S weens and Skulls?This new branch of hit business is truly worthy of attentiou. Look at the prices, only thre* and four pence a foot. All the sculls for racing dressed by the pro prietors own hands. Those that won lha last race can now lie seen at his office. Sixty Boats always on hand. Visit his Bazaars if you desire a treat. All work delivered free of charge C. L. INOKRSOLL, 3%.<06 and 4H Water and HI Cherry streets?sole proprietor. s24 lin'r FRENCH CHINA No. 4 SOUTH WILLIAM STREET, Up Stairs ADALKSMK, Importer and Agent for Manufacturers, has always on hand a large assortment for dinner and tea sets III plain white and gilt French Porcelain, as well as dinuer and dessert plates, of all sixes, assorted dishes, soup tureens, covered dishes, salad bowi?, fruit baskets, custards and stauds. Also, Tea sud < hocolate Ware, UreeJt, French and American share. All the articles ?re warranted of the heat quality, and to be sold on liberal terms,and fn lots to suit purchasers, sS7 6m*er UNITED STATES TEA EMPORIUM, 121 lot* 129 Chtitham itreet, New York And 116 Fulton street, Brooklyn. Angrier. 318 Blkkcekr Strkkt, WHOLESALK AND RETAIL, '"PHE CANTON TEA COMPANY continue to ofler for ' sale new and fragrant Tens of every variety and style.? Their assortment specially inclining the most delicious and powerful grades of Oreen and Black. Every package bears the ttamp of ueatutss and elegance, and the Teas therein are so thorooghly secured from light and air, that their quality and power will remain unimjwircd in any climate. Tneir system of 1 rosecutmg business is, perhaps, scarcely to be excelled. It is founded upon the utmost regard to the riphts of the customer, especially with respect to weight snd quality, and unrivalled cheapness. All purchasers are called um>n to return anv articles which (nil to give them the utmost satisfaction, which the money will be cheerfully ami promptly refunded. Conntry merchauts, public establishments, heads of familo-a, mid shipmul ri will find it a decidcd advantage to (apply thwnseWea from tili? establishment. UiRViltli J*ra Corrr.r. rossted erery day. Orders from all imrta of the United States neeDted with pru:nptitude and despatch. Us*" The mily warehouse in America for the aale of Honjufi celebrated Black Tea s? Im'm ~ LEECHEsI LEECHES! LEECHES! ( 9ft not) LAIMJK AND HKALTHY Swedish and f A*\ty\J\jK> Ovrtnan l,eeclies, just rer?i?ed |*r ihip Candor, I Iron Hamburg; and duly espected 3U.000 Swedish and Oermaa Leeches per bark Knuiklin from Hamburg. For aale at - moderate prices at O. A. k II. WITTE, lmi>orter? of Leechea, ( sW Im'in <<6 Pearl street, New York t f > I'L Kb L' A NC It ol an order of the Surrogate of the County l cf New York, notice la hereby giv?n to all |*rsous having claims aaaiust John Carroll, late of the city of New York. J Jutk Shop heej*r, deceased, to present the same with th* f vouchers thei col to the subscrilier; and all |iersons indebted to (lieestate, are requested to make immediate payment lOIINCONWAV, K7, 117 Willet.t. Ilited New Yolk, October H, IMS. oil lm? rre ' OOrPKH?1?0 casea ol eirra .juality Kngliah Sheathing Cop r |?r, from II toJJo*., jr?t received i*r recent arriTala, and bv oiaec t. K COLLINS It CO. M South aUeet " . iiuiiuii [ERA 43. HarrUbnrg. l^orrei|>ou'li uct ol in* neraiu.j IIakkisbubo, Oct. 18, 1843. Interfiling l.rtltr on Pennsylvania Partus and Politics?fails and Figures, being; a Specimen of what we want from our Correspondents. L3kn. Jamks ( >ori>on Bknnktt:? Dkar (tkinkral : ? The rrsult of the election in this Slate is that the whigs have elected twelve Congressmen, and one volunteer, pledged to the support of Henry Clay.? The democrats elected eleven, of whom seven are ;aid to be in lavor el Mr. Van Buren, and four in favor of Mr. Buchanan. The counties composed or Dauphin, Schuylkill and Lebanon, elected a whit Congressman, ill consequtuce of the democratic candidate pledging himsellin lavor of Buchanan ? la one of the counties handbills, exhibiting the he pledge, und Buchanan's name connected with 'ten cents a day," were widely circulated; and the fleet was that the democratic majority was reduced 500 votes. In the other countiee(except in Harrisburg Dorough) nothing was said about him being " a ten cent candidale;" therefore he received nearly the democratic vote. All look at the result of the election in the State tor Congressmen as a death blow to Mr. Buchanan's aspirations alter the PresiiIkik-v: Clav would beat him some 20 or 30.000? The most popular candidate in Colonel Johnson, wlio, in tact, is the only mail who could heat Henry Clay Gen. Cass would make a fair run, but there is nothing which he has ever done about which ihe enthusiasm ol the people could be raised. Mr Van Btuen ih more popular now than a year since; yet he could not set the vote he got in 1840 against Clay. Our L-gislature id decidedly democratic. The Senate will stand 23 democrats, 10 wings?House, 56 democrats, 44 wings The democratic Canal Commissioners are elected by at least 10,000 minority. The reason why the Canal Commissioners ran so much better than the Congressmen is, that at the county meetings, nominating Congressmen, resolutions were passed in favor ot Buchanan, and at the State Convention, nominating the commissioners' ticket, no such resolutions were passed. There is some talk about the canuid&tes tor Governor in 1814. Francis R Shunk and Henry A Muhlenberg, are the most prominent in the democratic pn'ty The wings seem to be united on Mr. McKennon, ot Washington county. There will be quite a contest lor Speaker ol the House at the meeting ot the Legislature. Cheater Butler of the whig party will be their candidate, and Meters.ITustin, llomulort, and Snowden. the democratic candidates. Tustin, ot Philadelphia county, would make a very decided, an J I think a good Speaker. As the Speaker has great power in his hands, there will be a struggle lor this oHice. For the printing the struggling will be greater than ever. The publishers ol the Democratic Union claim to bt State printers by virtue ol an election not made on the day appointed by law, and the Governor reluses to recognize them. If twuthirdsol the Legislature say that they are theprin ters, then they Mill succeed?not otherwise. The cost ol printing for the State in t*n years exceeded $390,000. By an examination, i' has been discovered that that these men overcharged iu four sessions about $13,000 The contingencies of the Inst House of Representa'ives amounted to $27,000, and the postage to $13,000 In the contingent fund is an apothecary's bill amounting to $1,(400. No one has yet been able to discover the items. A considerable portion 01 me interest on tne State dt bt will be paid in February- Perhaps alt that is then due. 1 hereafter the interest will be paid promptly, unless the next Legislature interferes to prevent it. Our canals are doing an excellent business, and clearing to the State a handsome revenue. Youre. Philadelphia. [Correspondence ot the He al<l.] Philadelphia, Oct. 19, 1843. The Franklin Institute Exhibition -Stearine Can die*? Voting's Agronomical Trantit?Prof tutor Creston?'Ilic Post Office?Privitt Carrier*?Mr. E Forrest. Jam us Gordon Kemnktt, Esq ? Dear Sir The annual exhibition of the Franklin Institute for American manufactures, was commenced at the Chinese Museum on Tuesday morning last. On all former occasions the large hall on the first door was sufficient to contain all the deposited articles; but owing to the increased number of specimens which have been offered the present season, the managers have be?n compelled to lease, in addition, the room occupied an the museum proper, so that vusiters are now privileged to inspect both institutions (or the price usually charged for each Our manufacturers and mechanics appear to have been more tully awakened to the importance of such an institution as this, than at anypre.ious period, and the prizes which are awarded, induce each exhibitor to endeavor to outstrip the other in the beauty and importance of their workmanship or inventions. This spirit of honorable competi tion, which it has been the ob|ect of the institution to kindle, is perhaps one of the highest incentives to sui>eriority which could possibly be brought into action, and it continued, promises to raise the United States to an elevation in the manufacturing ind mechanical world, loftier than that of any nation which has preceded it. At the conclusion of the exhibition, which generally continues tor the stificn ot a fortnight, premiums und other marks ol honor are awarded upon the most creditable piece* of workmanship, and the names of the succrsrful competitors are registered in the archives ot the institution. Among the many important articles which are here exhibited, 1 cannot forbear mentioning the degree of perfection which has been attained by Mr. G. Morfit, ot Kensington, in the manufacture of the steanne candle, which from its compantiv< cheapness, and even superiority to spermaceti, promises tn time to outdo ell other articles ot the same kind Mr. Morfit has arranged his contributions in such a rrunner that each process in the manufacture is distinctly apparent?from the dirty and impure tallow, before it undergoes its first change, to the beautiful white and nearly translucent steanne. The gentleman himself is also generally in attendance, ready to impart any information to those who may desire the aid of his valuable know ledge. Another article which attracts general attention is an astronomical transit, manufactured by Mr Jain, s Young, which received so many favorable men I tions when exhibited last year. The accuracy and beauty of its finish is declared by competent judges to be equal to any manufactured in Germany. There is also a beautiful boat, deposited ny Professor J C. Cresson, which excites the wonder and admiration of all visitors This elegant affair (no longer than a small barge) has all the apparatus ot a Urge steamboat, and has been us>?d by the owner for making select pleasure excursions on the Schuyl kill, where she glides thtough the stream as grace tully and quietly as the downy hoeom-d swnn steal* along the unrippled surface of then native lake The engine was constructed under the superinten dence of Professor Cresson himself, who, from hir experience in mechanism and hydraulics, ha* perhaps a more extensive acquaintance wuh the machinery requisite for propelling by steam than any individual in our city. As a whole, the contributions for the present yeai are tar >erior to those ot any preceding exhibition, and aliu.ugli all the articles are not yet arranged, the salaons are daily filled with the elite of Philadel phia, who appear universally desirous to do all in their power towards the encouragement ot " home manufactures and home industry." Our Postoffice, you are awure, is but tadly managed here. The delays which have frequently at tended the communications ot merchants and bro i .1?.. with business men u Kfr*, in inrii your city, have induced a considerable nurn er to entrust th?ir letters to the care of express lines, ami private individual, who distnbute them the nex morning an directed, without the posmbilily ot * failure. The brokers, I understand, have regularl) two private carriers engaged, who execute their commissions on consecutive davi, at abnut half the charge* demanded by th?* postoffii The eminent American tragedian, Mr Forrest is at presentlulHUing an engagement ai the National and, together with Mr. Oxley, ci'l* forth Mie appro bation of the moat distinguished critics of the day. Truly yours, ? Lucius. Frosts in N?rth Carolina ?The Raleigh (N 0 ) Register ol the 17(h instant ?ay?:?We havehso lor the last few days verv heavy troatt, which *?ii interpone, we trust, an effectual check to the fatal diseases which have desolated variou" portions ol our >tate. LD. Prlw Two C*nU j Th* Spkcimk.n (if Cupj-kii Hoc* or Lakk Superior?-Somp few days ago wp hhv** insertion to & letter from a correspondent in relation to th? shipping of a remarkable specimen of cop^r rock of Uake Superior, and more recently to an article, which gives a moiw minute dircription ot it. Sidca thrn we have ?tb a letter dated Detroit, Oct I3ih, which gives the following still further details:? The (so-called) copper rock of Lake Superior was brought to this place, a day or two since, in a vennt-l from SaultSte. Marie, having been transported from its original locality, on the Ontonagon river, at no small labor and expanse. It is upward of twenty-three years since 1 first visited ihis remarkable specimen of native copper, in the lor?-sia ot Lake Miperior. It has been somewha' diminished in sue and weight, in the lueHiinme, by visitors anu trravellers in that remote gunrtr-r; but retains, very well, us original character and Mineral features. I have just returned Irom a re-?x*mination of it in a store, in one ot the maul stieeis of this city, where it has be? n deposited by the present proprietor, who designs to exhibit it to the curiousIts greatest length is tour feet six inches ; us greatest width about lour toot; Us maximum thickness eighteen inches. These are rough m< aMirements with the rule. It is almost entirely composed of malleable copper, and bears striking marks of the visits formerly paid to it, in the evidences of portions whicti have from time to time been cut off. There are no scales in the city large enough, or other means of ascertaining its precise weight, and of thus terminating the uncertainty arising Irom the several estimates heretofore made. It has been generully estimated here,since iu= arrival, to weigh between aix and seven thousand pounds, or udoui three and a halt tone, and ih, by tar, the largest known and described specimen of native copper on the globe. Rumors oi a larger piece in South America are apocryphal. The acquisition to the curious and scientific world, of this extraordinary mast* ot native inetal isat 1< a .-it one ot the practical results of the copp?r-mining mania, which carried so many adventurers north ward, into the region of Lake Superior, the past summer, 1843. The person who has secured this treasure, Mr. J. Eldred. has been absent, on the business, since early in June, fie succeeded 111 removing it from its diluvial bed on the banks of the river, by a car and sectional railroad of two links, formed ot timber. The motive power was a tackle attached to trees, which was worked by men, Irom fourteen to twenty ot whom were employed upon it. These rails were alternately moved torward, as the car passed from the hindmost. In thi* manner the rock was dragged lour miles and a halt, across a rough country, to a curve ot the river below its falls, and below the junction of its forks, where it was received by a boat, and conveyed to the mouth of the river, on the lake shore. At this point it was put on board a schooner and taken to the falls, er Sault Ste. Marie, and thence, having been transported across the portuge, embarked for Detroit. The entire distance to this place is a little within one thousand miles; three hundred and twenty of which lie beyond St Mary's. What is to be its future history and disposition remains to be seen. It will probably find its way to the museum of the National Institute, in the new patent office at Washington. This would be appropriate, and it is stated that the authorities have asserud their ultimate claim to it, probably under the third article of tUe treaty of Fund du Lac, ?t the 5th August, 1826. I have no books at hand to refer to the precise time, so far as known, when this noted mass cr copper first became known to Europeans. Probably a hundred and eighty years have elapsed Marquette, and his devoted companion, passed up the shores of Lake Superior about 1U68, which was several years before the discovery oi the Mississippi, by that eminent missionary, by the way of the Wisconsin. From the letters of D'Ablon at Sault Ste. Marie, it appears to have been known prior to the arrival of La Salle. These allusions will be sufficient to show that the rock has a historical notoriety. Apart from this, it is a specimen which is, both mineralogiually and geologically, well worthy of national preservation. It is clearly a boblder, and bears marks of attrition from the action of water, on some parts of its rocky surface as well aa the metallic portions A minute mineralogical examina lion ittid description ot K art* required. me anherint; rock, of which there is less now tlinn in 1820, ia apparently serpentine, in some p:irta steatitic, whereas the copper ores of Keweeoa Point, on that Like, ure tound exclusively in the aniygdaloids and greenstones of the trap formation A circular de pression of opaque cr)6taline quattz, in the form of a seini geode, exists in one fuce of it; o'herpt-rts ?\ the mass disclose the sume mineral Probably 80() lbs. of the metal have been hacked off, or detached by steel chisels, since it has been known to the whites, most of this within late years. Fk?m thk Wkstbrn Frontikr?Affairs on the Western frontier, and in the Cherokee nation, are in a wretched condition, and seem to call loudly for active and efficient meusures on the part of the United .StatesGovernment The particular* ot the murder of Mr. Vore and family, and the burning ot his house, were published in our columns last Saturday, ^ince (hat time we have received the Arkun^is Intelligencer of the 30th ult.; thut paper says: "From all the information we have received concerning the late outrnees in the Cherokee nation, we are convinced that a regular rebellion was organized against (he constituted authorities of the nation. Revelations ot all the plans ot the conspirators, of whom the murderers of Mr. Vore and family were but in struments. hare been made, ana suosequeni evcnia have confirmed the truth oi those statements, that Mr Ross, the chief cf the nation, Mr Hushyhead, the chief justice, W. 8. Coodey, John Benge, and Elijah Hicks, fiveof the most popular and influential men in the country, were to have been assassinated on the 25th inst. The reason assigned for the killing of ihe five persons naBied was, that they were the heads of the party, and by topping them off, the party would be paralyzed, and the balance could be easily managed. The killing of Mr Vore was to have taken place the same ni?ht as the others, but (or some reason, unknown, a part of the bandkti anticipated their associates, and killed him on the 23d. He was not murdered for any party nurposes, but merely for his money, it being supposed thai he had > la rg.-amount. It is certain that he had at least $.">00 on hand Then are persons supposed to be implicated in the whole ol these nefarious and blood/ transactions, whose names have not yet been mentioned in public. They have much to answer lor, and we hope that none, whether principals or acces-a'ies, will escape the punishment they merit. The authorities ot the Cherokees have shown the most praise worthy zeal and activity in endeavenng to apprehend the murderers, but as yet without succrs*. They hav? done so from a desire to have justice done, not because it was their duty. It was the duty of the United States to have acted in the nutter? Mr Vore being a licenced trader, a citizen of the United States, and entitled to the protection of the Federal Government. As yet we have not learned that the troops on this frontier have taken any steps to arrest the murderers, but thus lar have left ihe whole burthen of it on th? Cherokeej. This certainly appears to us very wronir. and we earnestly hope oon to hear that our troops are scouring the wfiole Indian country, to rid it not only of those engngecf in the recent outrages, but of all other rascals, of wh? m there are enough to ruin an> country. \V. C. Coodey, with about 20(1 men, is scouring the country, with an enemy and perseverance that promises success. Tie re are also about 2tN) men in arms na 'iiirside of the line, and the hills and gorges are fill-d with determined men in hunt tor this banditti.? Their apprehension is inevitable." The same paper adds We are informed that the Surra, and other irfugees, stained with blood, fiud vvhite men in our State, near the line, at all times ready toacreen them from the pursuit of the < dicers t?f justice. We hope, forthe credit of the 5tnte, it is not true. These men certainly are not aware ot the great responsibility ot such conduct. Aside from the immorality ot the thing, harboring and -creening murderers and robbers is as bad as com 'IIIIIIII*; l II roc uiiiiicb UICIIIOVITVV aft ka ?vlo, 'hose who pretend to be civilized men, living out of finger. inciting their *mi barbarous neighbor*, 0 deeds of violence. They net on fire a fabric that h?-y cannot extinguish. It is unneisthborly, unfriendly, Hnfl unbecoming the citizens of a powerful, tvilized, christian nation. This course dis'urbs ih?* |H*ace of the frontier, and will eventUdlly_involve us in a border war. Such men are responsible tor the difficulties that may grow upon this frontier, 'nd *h< u'd be held accountable. Again ijsays: Gen Tavlor lelt on the 25ih in?t. for Fort'nbson, with a view of settling th? existing difficulty in the onerokee Nition*. We are atrud he will fail if he operated with nothing but rank, hct and buttons. 1 hew thintrs are not potent upon this frontier ; they have no influence upon Indians. Count for tmk * orkkctiom or Errors?Thursday, Oct 19?No. 8 Thomas iJennyvs The Manhattan Company. Mr. Samuel A Foote was hsard lor plaintiffs in error. Afternoon Session?Same vs same Mr. 3. A. - ?4 - i3 Qi. Foote concludfd lor plftinllfn in error. wr. ^ I vena washeard for defendant* in error.

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