Newspaper of The New York Herald, October 25, 1843, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated October 25, 1843 Page 1
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TH Vol. IX., Ko. JJH3 Whole No. ?301. To (he Public. THE New YORK HERALD?dally newspaper-pub lwht'd every day of the year except New Year's day and Fourth of J dly. Price 1 cents per copy ?or $7 M per annum?portages paid?cash in advance. THE WEEKLY HERALD--published every Saturday morning?price 6J ccuts per copy, or f3 13 par annum? postages paid?cash in advanoe. ADVERTISERS are informed that the circulation of the Herald ii ovor THIRTY THOUSAND, and increasing f.ut. It has the circulation of any paper in tkii city, or the world, and i?, thtrefore, the hett channel for bum iine*t men in the city or country. Prices moderate?cash in advance. riUNTIVO of all hindi executed at the most moderate price*, and in the moot elegant style. JAMES OORDON BENNETT, Proprietor or thu Herald Establishment, Northwest corner of Fulton and Nassau streets RED BIRD LINE OF STAGES, IN CONNECTION WITH _ THE NEW YORK AND iftl'flrfBl RAILROAD COMPANY. W1 i' all. Ai.itANOKMKNTS! TtVO DAILY LINES ! Ou and aftej Wednesday, Uth October, illit , the- lied Bird Line of Stages will leave the village of White Plains. every morning, (Sundays excepted,) at 8 o'clock, A. M., and every afternoon at 2 o'clock, P. M., and the Railroad Depot, City Hall, and the Westchester House, comer of Broome street and the Bowery, Nsw York, every morning at 8 o'clock, and every afternoon by the 2 o'clock train. Agents are in constant attendance at the Railroad Depots, o| whom every information may he obtained, and who will also ttend to the baggage put under their charge. ? , HIRAM DEFOREST, Proprietor. White Plains, Oct. 4th. IH3. oil lm*ec PATER SON RAILROAD. ?3B859 fiSfi9ERl \A 1 I I KARK ONLV 25 ( KNT8. Krom Patersau to Jerssy City. On and after Monday, Oct. 2d, 1843, the cars will Iwc PATKRION DKP?T. LfcAVK NF.W YORK. B A. M. 9 A. M. JVM. ia<* r-"MON SUNDAYS. Li.AVK PATKRSON DuroT. LEAVE Nr.w YORK. 8 A. M. A. M. 3 P. M. 4 P. M. Tr,importation can leave daily ( Sundays excepted.) Passengers are advised to be at the Kerry, foot of Courtlandt street, a lew miiiulta before the ?tated turn r of departure. jyl9 6m* THK SPANISH STEAMER NATCHfor 11AVAN1I, Direct, Don Villair, commander.will leave tlieport o( ^^11 i? I New York ou Wednesday, Nov. 1st, for Ua,ana direct. The NATCHEZ has beeu newlv coppered, refitted with new boilers, and in poiint of elegance ami general comfort cannot be surpassed. Kor particulars for passage apply to JOHN B. STANHOPE, Aator House, who will accompany the Nalcheilon her voyage. o!2 toNl*r JOHN R. STANHOPE. KOU CHARLESTON. KEY WEST, TiSfyt " ' " TT1 NEW ORLEANS, AND v23Kl!5E1k???<?ALVESfON. TEXAS.?The splendid ~*32|2jUgjj&lllf Steam Shin NEPTUNE, Captain Wil " *B^*s^??liam Rollins?To sail positively on Wednesday, l'ith October, instant, at 4 o'clock r M. The uuhealthiiiess of New Orleans,with other circumstance*, has induced <nptqju Rollins to delay the departure of the Ne[>tuue until the above day, 25th instant, which at the earnest solicitation of many passengers he has asseuted to with great relurtance. The public may rest assured thit u? delay will be submitted to beyond the day now fixed. The Neptune lias been completely overhauled, and is in perfect order. Passengers may r-lv upon every comfort and convenience in her. About one half the number of her berths are still Hisencaged. Kor passage, for the above ports, in state rooms, cabins or stree'age, and for freight of light goods or specie for Charleston, apply on board, at the Tobacco lns(>ection wharf, foot of Clinton street, E. It., or to 013 to25*ec J. H. BKOWER, 75 Wall street. r r~ri ! travellers going south or WK ST?Sixteen lionrs in advance of the (^U. S. Mail?Tri-Weekly Line to Savannah, in connexion with tlie Central Railroad to Macon and the West The splendid steam packets GENERAL CLINCH, Capt. J. P. Brooks, and CHARLESTON, Capt. K. Harden, will leave Charleston every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morning, at 9 o'clock, after thearrival of the Wilmington boats from the north, arriving at Savannah the sime day, and will leave Savannah on the same days :vs above, at fi o'clock P. M., after the arrival of the cars from Macon. Travellers will find this to be the cheapest and most expeditions route to the south aud west. The above boats are fitted up in a su|ierior style, and no expense or pains will be scared to ensure certainty, comfort, and expedition to the travelling public. JOHN B. LAE4TTE, Agent, Kitzsimmons' Wharf, Charleston. Charlentoi^ September, 1843. sl7 2m*r NEW ARRANGEMENT. FARE AND FREIGHT REDUCED. REGULAR MAIL LINE-KOR PRO flS^MsSS^VIDENCE AND BOSTON, via. STON ^ m .miithm AND NEWPORT?Composec of the foi'.owicg superior steamers, running iu connection will the Stonington and Boston and Providence Railroads MASSACHUSETTS, Cant. Comstock. RHODE ISLAND, Cept Thayer. PROVIDENCE. NAR11AGANSETT. MOHEGAN. One of which will leave New York daily.( Sundays except ed) from Pier No. 1, Battery Place, N. River, at 4 P. M. ARRANGEMENTS. The RHODE ISLAND, Captain Thayer, on Monday, ant Wednesday for Stonington and Newport, and Friday foi Stonington. The MASSACHUSETTS, Captain Comstock, on Tnes day.and Thursday for Stonington, aud Saturday for Stoning ton, Newport and lrovidence. Passengers, on the arrival or the steamers at Stonington, vril he immediately forwarde-l in the splendid and commodioui Cirs of th? Railroad * ? Providence and Boston, aud if foi Newport will pioceed in the steamer Mohegan (in superior or der) from thence at 6 o'clock the following morning, thui Riving them an?ppportan<ty of a night's rent on board ths steam er Massachusetts or Rhode Island, and then breakfast on boarc the Moliegan. The above steamers have be?u thoroughly equipped ani prepared to promote celerity of travel and the comfort and se curity of passengers, and not surpaesed by any in the Unites Mates. Kor passage or freight, which is taken at very reduced rates 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 01 board, or at the office of HARNDEN 4 CO., No. S Wall street O* NOTICE?CHANGE OK HOUR-On and aOe Monday, Oct. 9th, the steamers of the New Jersey Steam Na vigatiou Company, formiug the line to Providence aud Bostoi via Stonington, will leave pier No. 1, Battery Place, at 4 P M li/-*Un and after the 10th mst, freight will not be rec-iv? and forwarded after half-past 4 P. M. m9 6m* m Mm M* SEVEN O'CLOCK MORNING L1N? ALBANY, TttOV, and intarmediax 3EUJCJL La idings?Krom the s ten in boat pier, at th* foot of Barclay street. Breakfast and on board. Leaves New York?The Empire on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The Troy on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Landing at?Caldwell's, West Point, Newbnrgh, Hampton PougUk'wiisie, Hyde Park, ijlhinebeck, U. Red Hook, Bristol Caukill, Hudson, Oossackie am) Kinderhook. The new low pressure steamer EMPIRE, Captain 8. R Ro< on this day. at 7 o'clock in the morning. 1'l>? ,,??? Inw nr*?a?iire itMinpr TllOV. Captain A. (iorli am on Tuesday, at 7 o'clock in the morning. Kor passage, apply to K. B. Hall, at the office, foot of Barcla street, or on board. Notice ?All Ooods, Krvitfht, Baggage, Bank Billa, Specii or aiiy other kind of Property, ttken, sh?m>ed. or put on boar the Boats of this Line,must be at the risk of the owners of sac goods. au 16 r I I Mi PEOPLE'B LINK OK STEAM BOAT FOR ALBANY-Dailv at 6 o'clock P. M.** direct?Krom the steamboat pier b< lwren Coartlaadt and Liberty streets, Sunday eicepted. The steamboat KNICKERBOCKER,Capt. A. r. St. Johr will l*avrj Monday, Wednesday and Kriday Evenings, at si o'clock. Steamboat ROCHESTER, Ctpt. A. Houghton, will l?*t Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 6 P. M. At 5 o'clock P. M.?Landing at Intermediate Places. Steamboat SOUTH AMERICA, Capt. L. VV. Brainarc will I rare Monday, Wednesday, and Kriday afternoon, i 6 o'clock Steamboat NORTH AMERICA, Capt. M. H. Truesdel will leave Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Evening, at fiv o'clock. Passengers taking this Line of Boats will at all times arrive i Albany in ample time to take the Morning Tram of Cars fc tt?e east or west. The above boats ate new and substantial, are famished wit neat and elegant Slate itooms, and for speed and accommodi ttons are unrivalled on the Hudson. Kor Passage or Kreight, apply on board, or to P. C. Hchult at tne office on the wharf. s25 r NOTICE?On and After Monday, Oct. lfith, the boats ?(th line will leave for Albany at 6 o'clock, P. M instead of 7. SEVEN O'CLOCK EVENlNli LIN for ALBANY AM) TROY direct, withot _Jfc???LSt_UiidiuK?the splendid low pressure steainhoi SWALLOW, Captain A. .\lcLeau, will leave the font < Court land t street every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturds eveuuigs, at 7 o'clock, for Albany direct. The d wallow has a large number of state rooms,and for spe< and accommodations is not surpassed on the Hudson. au8 re M 8TATEN ISLAND KERRY,'POO flrrHWOf W.HjTKMAL!,. ST.-The itsambo J B > BTATK.-N IMLA.NDKK willleaveNew Vol mill Staten Island, on anil afl'T October 3d, u followi, Inut further notice Lear* New York ?, II, 2, SH, 5V. Leave 8t*ten IiUihI 8, 10, 1, 5. All freight iihipped ia re<|?ired to be particularly marked at in at the ri?k of the owner* thereof *30tfr 0m NEW ARHANHKMKNT ko SHRKW 8BUKV?Look Branch. M?? Ocean lion*' and hatontown Landiu The new Steamboat HHRKAVSBURY, Captain John I Corliea. will now run n? followi, on and alter Thuraday, J7l tint :?leaving New York, Iroji the foot ?f Robinion ?tnw ey.-ry Tuesday, Thnrtday, and Saturday, at 10 o'clock, A. R And K.atontown Landing on Monday, Wednesday aud Krida at 10 o'clock, A. M. The Shrewubnry will run ai abov?, weather permitting, n til further notice. All baggage at the ntk of the owners. Fare J7K! centi. N. B.?ntagea will be in attendance to convey paaaenge from the aforwaftid landing placet to any part of the coanty r niiired The Shrewibury will go the ioner ptuiage, whtn rracticabl jellr NEW YORK AND KINGSTON STEAM KREIUH AND PASSAGE LINK. ?0K Kor Kingiton, ouc Delaware and Undue fc-Jht^^^M.I-pteHinbiMU KMKRAL1) and NOl i i.? I.'MK1I ALl). (Jaiitain John Katchain. will Itave Ne York, foot of Murray itreet, every Monday and Thursday at " Will leave Kingnton (Rondout landing) every Wednead? and Saturday at 3 o'clock, P. M. The NORWICH, Captain John Bamueli, will leava Ne York, foot of Warren street, every Wedneaday and Saturday J?'cl?ck, P.M. J, . Will Uave K agfton Mloodout landing) every Tuetday ai Friday at 1 'clock, ^TRA TR,p8 The KMERALD will leave the foot of Murray itreet erei Rnnday moniingat 7 o'clock, Returning, leavea Kingaton til . o'clock, aaine day. Kor freight or paaaag" apply on hoard, or to W lf.1.1 AMMON, BARLOW It CO., ?*J lm*f l?t W??t itmt. E NE NEW I REMITTANCES TO IRELAND, fcc-Th. iXVVWiabscriber continues to transmit money iu itims large JfltlMKaor small, to persons residing in any part of of Ireland 111 lhp i?raf manlier as lie, and liin predecessor iu business have done for the last thirty yearn and mors ; also, to any part of England, or Scotland. Money remitted by letter (post paid) to the subscriber, or personally deposited with hiin, witn the name of the person or persons in Ireland, Kngland or Scotland, to whom it is ?o besaut, and nearest post town, will be immediately truimitted, and paid accordingly, and a receipt to that effact given, or forwarded to the sender. In like manner money, or claims 011 persons in any part of Ireland, Kngland or Scotland, can be collested by the snbscriber for pejsous residing in j a't of the United States or Canada, and will bd paid to them accordingly. <>21 lm?r GEORGE McBRIDE, Jr. 82 Cedar st. tfg- PASSAGE KROM CORK?Via Liverpool?In WMWfWthe first spring ships.?We l<eg to inform oar friends jMHWita'hat during the commit spring, 1841. we shall have a legular succession of lirst clrss American slops, sailing from the above port every week, which will lie filteil out iu such a in,inner for second cabin and Jt*enge pasieugert, a* cannot fail to eusure them every comfort. One yf onr firm, Mr. Jaimn U. Koche, resides there, who will see personally to the forwarding of all our passengers, and will spare neither pains or expanse to meet their wishes, and have thein forwarded without any delay. Thoie sending for their frieuds will at ouce seethe advantage to be derived by paying in our line. Apply to, or address if by letter post |*id, ROCHE BROTHERS Hi CO. 35 Fulton street, next door to the Fulton Bank, or to JAMES D. ROCHE, 14 Goree Piazzas, Liverpool. P. 3.?Passage certificates and drafts can lie sent from this by the regular packet ships on the 1st, 7th, 13th, 19th and 26th ol every inolth, also by the Boston steamer* on the lit and 16th. s3(lr BLACK BALL, Oik OLD LINK OK LIVERWMMPWPOOL PACKETS?(Wly regular Packet, sailing on ednes<la> . the l?l <>l N The retnaikabli fast sailing packet ?hip OAFORL). burthen 900 tous, Captain Rathbone, will sail |>ositively as above, her regular day. The accommodations of this splendid packet for cabin, 2d cabin and steerage passengers are unsurpassed for splendor, conve nietice and comfort by any vessel afloat Those embarking for the old country will find it to their interest to select this desirable conveyance. For passage, which is Vf ry low, and to secure) the best berths, early application should be made on board, loot of Beekinan st, or to the subscribers. ROCHE, BROTHERS h CO,, 35 Fulton street. next d?or to the Fulton Bank. P. 8.?The Oxford tails from Liverpool on the l!lth of December. Persons sending for their friends can harp'them brought out iu her, or iu ativ of the packets comprising this magnificent and une.pi,tile'1.uie, sailiug from that |>ort punctually on the 7th and 19t*a of each montn. oil r FOR LI VERPOOL?BrltUh ?hn>-With~deapatch MrMfV ?The well knowu very fast sailing BritUh ship jHMlfaCIlEbTER, John Wilson, master, havuig a large portion of her cargo ou board, will have immediate despatch for the above port. Shippers of goods will find the Chester a most desirable conveyance. For freight or passage, having very comfertable accomuiodatious,apply to thf subscribers. ROCHE, BROTHERS <t CO., 35 Fulton it., o2lr next door to the Fa)tou Bank. FOR LIVERPOOL?NEW LINE.-Heunlar ?f Siitli October.?The splendid packet ship JBnlbl'ARHlCK, Captain Win. Skiddy, of 1000 tout, will ail as above, ber regular day. For freight or passage, bavin* handsome furnished accommodations,apply on board at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall street, or to E. K. COLLINS & CO. Price of passage, $75. 56 South street. The packet ship ROSCIUS. Captain John Collins, of 1100 tons, will succeed the UARRIOK, and sail the25th November, her regular day. Passengers may rely upon the ships of this line sailiug punc tually as advertised. o2 |*f- FOR LIVERPOOL?The N ew Line?Regulir mHCTWPacket 16th of November?The fine New York nuiit jBntHtal'acket ship HOTTINGUER, Ira Bursley, mesta, 1050 tons, will sail as above her regular day. For freight or passage having very su|>erior accommodations, apply to the Captain on board, at west side Burling slip, or to V'OODHULL <fc M1NTURNS.87 South st jfThe fine packet shin Liverpool, J. F.ldridge, master, 1150 tons, will succeed the Hottiuguer and sailion her regular day, 16th December. o22 SAfir F()R LIVERPOOL?Regular packet ol the 25th WMrSfV October?The well known fist sailing packet ship ???fl?<jARRICK, Capt W. Skiddy, of 1000 toils, will sail as above, being ber regular day. Her accommodations for cabin, second cabin and steerage passengers are unsurpassed by any vessel in port, and as a number of her passengers are already engaged, those desirous of securing berths should make early applicationon to JOS. McMURRAY, 100 Pine ttreet ol"r Comer of South. 1 NKW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS? WKRKfV Packet of the 25th October?The new and elegant JHIvraclirt ship OARRICK. 1000 tons burthen, Capt. W, Skiduy, will sail on Wednesday, 25th October,her regular day. [ The ships of this line being all 1000 tons and upwards, |>ersous about to embark for the old country, will not fail to see the advantages lo be derived from selecting this line in | referj ence to any other, as their great capacity renders them every way more comfortable and convenient than ships of a smaller 1 class. Those wishing to secure berths, should not fail to make early application on hoard, or to W. it J. T. TAPSCOTT, At their General Passage Office, 43 Peck Slip, cor South street. The Oarrack will sail from Liverpool on the 13th December. Persons wishing to send for their fiiends call have them brought out in her or any of the regular line ou favorable terms. Those wishing to remit money can be supplied with drafts for | any amount, payable in all the principal towns of the United i Kingdom. ol5ec RF.oular link of packkts for lon; jgMwV. DON?Packet ol the 1st November. The splendid, JBMMIIKBWell known, fast sailing and favorite packet ship V ICTt iRIA, Captain Morgan, will sail positively as above, her regular day. This splendid ship has excellent accommodations for cabin, second cabin and steerage passengers, and those about visiting the old country, would ao well to make early application to , W.kJ. T. TAPSCOTT, 43 Peck Slip, corner of South street. Who have also regular first class jsackets sailing weekly to Liverpool, New Orleans, Mobile, Savannah and Charleston. oct 23ec FOR LONDON?To nil on the 1st November? I jfJHrVThe new packet ship VICTORIA, Capt Morgan, i jMWKal?!1!! tons, will tail as abort, Iter regular day. . r Her accommodations tor cabin, second cabin and steerage passengers are unsurpassed by any vessel in port, and as a numi ker of lier passengers are already engaged, those desirous of se{ curing berths should make earl v application to 1 JOSEPH McMURRAY, o2lr 100 I'ine street, coruer of South. 1 ???- <"'0 BLACK BALL, LINK OK PACKETS 1 KNraV I1' 'R LIVERPOOL?Packet of the 1st Noveinl>er. JHHlibB?Tlie splendid faat sailing packet ship OXFORD, Cain, llatbbone, will be despatched as above, her regular day. ' She has superior accommodation for cabin, second cabin and Steerage passengers. Those wishing to secure berths will re, quire lo make early application to 1 JOHN HERDMAN, 61 South st. near Wall street. r N. B?Passage from Great Britain and Ireland, via Liver. pool, can at all times be engaged, on the lowest terms, by any , of the regular packet ships, aud drafts furnished for any amount payable at the National and Provincial tiink of Ireland, aud at j all the principal towns throughout the Uuited Kingdom, on application as above. o?3 r I "jjfc PACKKT FOR HAVIIK?Secoud Lin?-The e KCT*V"h'P ONK.ida, Jamas Funck, master, will sail on e JBSSCithe 1st of November. V BOYD k HINCKEV, No 9 Tontine Building, f Hol2ec corner Wall and Water striata. FOR MARSEILLES?Packet for 1st November? jSSWyTlie ship COURIER, Capt. Duggan, coppered and JMMHKm' >PI>er lasteued. For freight or passage, apply t* S BROOM k CO., or to boyd k HINCKeS(, o!2 ee No. 9 Tontine Building. i. fifrg- FOR SAVANNAH-First Regular Packet with MRMfVdespatch?The first class fast sailing ship LANCAT JSlffiBtfissSIUliK, Capt Lyons, burthen 800 tons, wrfll sail as above, her regular day. j Hiving very su|>erior accommodations for cabin, second call bin and steerage passengers, those intending to emliark should h nuke immediate application on board, foot of Dover St., or to JOSEPH McMURRAY, 100 Pine street, g ollr corner of South. FOIt NEW ORLEANS? Louisiana and New ,t JHSpfcail the Jlst Oct. The fast sailing packet shin I t r ('apt Jackson, will sail as above, hrr rpgular day. h or freight or iwsiage, having handsome tarnished accominocutious, apply ou board, at Orleans wharf. Coot of Wall stmt, or to E. K. COLLINS It CO, 18 South street. Shippers may rely upon having their goods by this line ?or rectly measured. j Agent* in New Orleans, Hullen k Woodruff, who will promptly forward all goods to their address. The packet ship Shakspeare, Cart Allen Miner, will succeed theOlONEE, and sail tlie 10th No*, her regular day. oJlr REOULAR PACKET FOR NEW ORLEANS B WkPSiV-"The splendid fast tailing packet ship NORTH >r jiytsJlfc' A ROL1N A, Captain Drutninoud, will have immediate dispatch for theaborc i>ort. The accommodations of this ship for cabin,second cabin, and I* sti-erage passengers, are such as cannot fail to ensure every comfort to passengers during th? royage, and the price of passage is !* very low, for which i mmediate application should he made eu board at pier foot of Jones' lane, nest W all streat. or to '? W. Jk J. T. TAPSCOTT. At their General Passage C((Tice, 43 Peck slip, corner South it. The ships of this line sail every five days as asual. It N. B.?The North Carolina can accommodate a few moie j. passengers in the second cahin, who will be respectably found at a very moderate rate. ol9 19r * NEW YORK k BOSTON SOUND 1*1 LOT. * PRR8COTT, Pilots, or takes charge as master and 1 \J pilot of vessels bound t? New Bedford, over Nantucket V Shoals. Boston. Portsmouth, Portland, Keunebeck. and OTII'? ER PORTS. Office at Krye k Shaw's Nautical store, 222 " Watrr strnet, comer Beekman. Ileference to a number of merchants. and the several Insuranc* Companies in this city, Boaton and Portland ivl* Jmr BOOTS AND SIlOUS.?WILSON Ik JOHN _ ^^HHf^ON, Successors to John Hutchings, deceased, H have on hand and for sale, from the bs?t manufactories in the l_ country? ? 100 ( ases Coarse Sewed and Pegged Boots, meu and boys. p' 100 " Kine " ' " h l000 Morocco Baskini. t, '[''[? 1( Ladies' Fine clippers. 1. ???? Children's Shoes, various color*. y. .--- .. Womens and misses Gaiters. VP" , .'ndia fiobben, trimmed and plain. d| **or ,ntl?*!,l9 #u'* rnrcliaieri. at their itort. m n ,l? CHATHAM 8THEKT, opposite Hosevelt. w. u.? I he store beiug open until 10 o'clock in tl?? e?enin*, ' TkZF. ,couutry nanta an opportunity to examiue goodiM ? their Iri.un-, ?M f ^^fcaLADlES* AND MISSES' SHUES. - ?'? ??? 1 in '"*?.' PP?**' Clipper*.and walking .hoe. Alio i- '! ?^,nd "?<** proor.irw .lion of tlu latest .tyle and (ashion, ladle. , nniue. au<i children ?. <Waiter. o! all kindsi and colon, m the tmini style and variety ot all 1 u'-'f an1 ,?"*d to,t,1 ""L ; < tleoMn\ boy.' and cfrldre" boot* iikI .hoe?, ofKrench and n.tivs calf, coarw and fine in all their variety, ready made or made to order, at the.horm" 7 "??? "eutletneu .overnhoea, and an ??r,me? w of other (food., at WALK KR'S, 419 Unndway 41 ?' f*,T'Uti by P*tr0B,*in?C"h"' ^M"twneit )d will find a saving of 25 to 30 per cent. o? Im'ec IN II ItSl ANl K. ot an order of the Surrogate of the ( onntv 1 of New York, notice i. hereby given to all persons havmu ry claim, aiiain.t .John I arr?ll, late of the city of New York 4 Junk Shop keeoer, deceased, to present the .atne with tl? voucher, thereof to the subscriber; and all persons indebted tr the estate, are requested to make immediate payment, j. j m V u ^OHi* conWAY. ifi'r, 117 YVillet.t. !i Dattd N?w York, October II, IMl. *19 im* rr? W YO YORK. WEDNESDAY M< SUMMER ARRANGEMENT NKW YORK AND PH1LADKLPH1A RA .ROAD LINE . direct. , Via Newak*, NkwbruNjwick, Piuncrton, Trehtow, Bohdkntown Ann Birlinotow. j JflWnb inBjaByt. "flWwif MBb Leaving >iew York daily from the font of ( ourtlamlt ?t. Morning Line at t A. M.?Mail Pilot Line at P. M. 1 The Morning Line proceed* to Bordentown, from thence by teunboat to Philadelphia. . I The Krening Line proceed* direct to I'atnden (opposite to Philadelphia) without changeof car*. I Pauenger* will procure their tickets at the office foot of Cuurtlandt *treet, where a cominodiou* steamboat, will be iu < reaainess.with baggage crates on board. Philadelphia baggage crate* are conveyed from city to city, . wihont hem* opened by the way Each train i* proTided with , a car iu which are apartment* and d resting room* expressly for t the ladie*1 u*e. , Returning, the lines leave Philadelphia from the foot of Wal- , nut street, by steamboat to Binrdeutown at 7 o clock, A. M. | ami by railroad from Camden, at 5 o'olock, p. M. The lines for Baltimore leave Pliil.%deli>hia at 7>? A. M., and 4 P. M. being a coutBluatiou of the line* from New York. , ol8 !m*m KOR B UKKALO AND ALL TARTS OK THE WEST 1 A ASSOCIATION PASSAGE ul? KICE TO ALBANY. 8 Utica $2 00 Rochester, $3 00 Syracuse, 2 25 Buffalo, 3 50 * Oswego, 2 25 Up. and Lower Canadal5 50 By the fast liue to Buffalo and found, $8 00. For pas5age ap^ly to ' *u24 3m m 93 Barclay street. New York. I . new line or Liverpool packets. , To lail from New York on the 25th and .Liverpool ou the 13th j of each mouth imJuT NKW Ship OARRICK, Captain Win. Skiddy, 25th October. Ship ROSCHJS, Captain John Collins, 25tb November. , Ship SIDDONS, Captain A. tl. Cobb, 25th December. Sliip SHERIDAN, Captain K, A. De|ieyster, 25th Jauuary. From Liverpool. Ship SIDDONS, Captain E. B. Cobb, 13th October. t Ship SHERIDAN, Captain K. A. Dejieyster. 13th November. Ship OARRICK, Capt. Win. Skiddy, 13th lie.ember. , Ship ROSCIUS, Captain John Collins, I3lh Jauuary These ships are all of the first class, upwards of 1000 tons, [ built iu the city of New York, with such improvemeuu as <?< t mi It i lit* viv:il wifli n n null n I I'litnfiirl fnr iiiwufMi'Mrv Kvery care has been taken in the arrangement of their accommodations. The price of passage hence is $74. These ships ' are commanded by experienced masters, who will make every exertion to give general satisfaction. <; Neith-'r the captains or owners of the ships will be responsi- a ble for any letters, parcels or packages seut by them, unless re- a gular bills of lading are signed therefor. For freight or passage apply to 1 fc. K. COLLINS St CO.,06 South St., New Vork.orto c BROWN, SHIPLF.Y & CO., Liverpool. Letters by the packets will be charged I2>? emits per singl t heet ; 40 cents jier ounce, and newspa|iers I cent each, OSS jr 1 DM. HK.NlimUKS, 51 William street, respectfully an| uounces to his friends and the public, that he has cons staxtlyoii hand the following choice brands of Segars, warj ranted genuine and of the first quality La Norma. 1 La Cabana. J Rionda. t Yugeuuidad. Noriegas (of a most superior quality.) , La Ks|>eraii'/.a. Do. "London Se^ar," small sine. Panetelas, of a most superior quality. j Primavera. De Moya. , Ksparteros. Regalia* (of the Norma brand.) K ing Regalia. I (Jueen do. Caballeros. Principe* (of the favorite brands of Jnrto Sans, Keudons and Cruz.) rfmokers'would do well to call belore purchasing elsewhere, as the tastes of the most fastidious can always be suited at this i establishment. ol2 lmr FRENCH CHINA. " ] No. 4 SOUTH WILLIAM STREET, Up Stairs. ADALKSMK, Importer and Agent for Manufacturers, hss 1 always ou hand a large assortment for dinner and tea sets in plain white and silt French Porcelain, as well as diuuer and I dessert plates, of all sixes, assorted dishes, soup tureens, covered 1 dishes, salad bowls, fruit baskets, custards and stands. Also, Tea aud Chocolate Ware, Greek, French and Amsri- < can shape. All the articles are warranted of the best quality, and to be i sold on liberal terms,and in lots to suit purchasers. s27 tiin'ec < Y/LT ATCHKS.?The largest and most splendid assortment ot Watches in the city^ is to be found at the subscriber's.? As he is constantly receiving all descriptions of Oold and Silver Watches, of tne newest styles, direct from the manufac- I turers, in England, France, and Switzerland, he is ruabled to offer a larger assortment, and at much less prices, at retail, than any other house in the city. Oold watches as low as $2U to $26 each- Watches and jewellery exchanged or bought. All watches warranted to keep good time, or the money returned. Watches, clocks and jewellery repaired iu the best manner, m i warranted lower tliau at any other place in the city O. C. ALLKN, importer of watches aud jewellery, ' o7 lm*r Wholesale and retail, 30 Wall street, up stairs. TO THE PUBLIC. Jf?1 TO $4000 ?Mr. Francis R Crump, Watch Maker, iJpAv/W 218 Oraud street, begs to inlorm his friends and tlie public, that independent of the Watch business, he is prepared to make advances in cash ou gold and silver watches,diamonds, silver tea sets, spoons, forks, aud every description of gold or silver in any shape, intended for immediate sale. Cash to any amonnt paid for old gold and silver. Watches of every description repaired and warranted. 24& Urand street. si 1 3m* r WTO. T. JENNINGS & CO. D RATERS AND TAILOKS, 231 Broadway, Americas I lot, i, opposite the Fountain, solicit attention to an aiaortal ent of seasonable goods, including Cloths, Cassimeres, Vntings, Sic., in all the new and various styles, under the assurance that the system of " amall profits and quick returns," which has elicited so4ibpntl a patronage, will be continued, while our arrangement* are auch u will enable at to till all orders in future with promptness. A feature in the establishment, which must commend it to those requiring articles for immediate use, is the addition to our stock, of an assortment of first quality ready made (ferments, consisting of Hurtouts, Frocks, Dress Co*.ta, Pantaloons, Vests, Office Coats, Travelling Krocki, Dressing Gowns, Si?. A choice collection ot Silk and Satin Scarfs, Cravats, H&ndkerohiefs, Gloves, Suspenders, Hosiery, Under Shirts, Drawers, Muslin Shirts, Collars. Sic. At prices which must offer inducements to purchaser*. jy24 3ra?ec ON EXCHANGE AGAIN?RETURN TO THE OLD STAND. 'T'HK undersigned, after a seven years'experience of the evil effects resulting from large stores and larger reuts, is happy to mfwrm Ins numerous customers and the community generally, that he has effected (tliauks to a conscieutions landlord) a lense of of his old stand. No. 4, (formerly 5) Wall street, Mortimer Bui4diugs, corner of New street, and for many years lebrated by his well known SIGN OK THE GOLDEN KLEECE?a beacon to all who are in quest of good cheap aud far!. ionable garments. To such of his old patrons who may have lost sight of him during his wanderings, he iuvites their return to the Old Spot, with the assurance of a strict sdherance to his well established lame for skill and punctuality. Of the public generally he soicits a call, being prepared with an assortment of line and seasonable cloths, cassunen. vestings, Sic. Sic., which he will be liappy to make up in the most faithful manner, and on reasonable charges, for ( ash Oujy. Ths same care and attention bestowed on making and trimming, as when the cloth is purchasj edofhim. C. D. B&bcock continues in the cutting depart* ment. C. MAIIL.K.S OtJA., o20 Imr Sign of the OoldenKle-ce.lNo. 4 Walllst _ DEPOT OF OENTLEMEN'S FANCY DRESS ARTICLES ' READ V MADE LINENS.UNDERGARMENTS, Ikc.lkc. rPHB Subscriber would call the M tuition of their patron* and A strangers visiting thii city, to their rich and ejteusive assortment of stocks, scarf*, cravat*, gloves, suspeuilers, pocket handkerchief's, dressing gowns, hosiery, lainbs wool, merino, silk, cotton, Berlin, buckskin and other under shirts and drawers Their assortment of thesbore good*, and all other article* appertaining to a gentleman's wardrobe are rich, varied, and extensive, and well worthy the attention of the fashionable community, they would particularly recommeud their new style of gentlemen's shirts, as containing many improvements. The shirts at present manufactured by utem, art cut to *uit the I form of the wearer, thereby doing away with the large overplus of Iiueu used under the old system of cutting, and adding not only to the comfort of the wearer, but to the beauty of the form, Thi* improvement was *o manifest to the Judges of the late fair at the American Institute, that the first premium was awarded to the subscribers; their patent elastic Brace is pvtjcylarly recomineuded to all |iersous who have acquired the habit of stooping. They will be found of immense benefit to persons of sedentary habits, by bracing the shoulders, they strengthen the back, and espand the chest, and will be found of no im|>edimeut to the free use o I the arms. They would also call attention to their patent tlaatic Hussia or riding belt, Gentlemen may depend on being suited with the b?*t ana moat fashionable articles, by calling at the old establishment ol PARSELL.S St AGATE, an 20 3m*ee 3J7 Broadway, corner of l'ark place. UTM PEYSER, teOO, ~ VTO. 110 William ttreet, corner of John street, snd 437 Broadi-* way have received, by recent arrivals, an citenslve supply of the following KANCY GOODS, were carefully selected by a competent persou at Pari*, U?lin, he., and which they offer for sale, in wnolesale and retail, on liberal terms, viz:? Berlin Zephyr and German Worsted?the most complete assortment. .... Berlin Embroidery Patterns?a choice selection. Canvass for Embroidery, of cotton, worsted, linen, silk, gold and 4i iver, of all widths and qualities. Silk Chenille. for embroidery, trimming and flower making. Purs* Twist, German, French and English, plain and shadod, in skeins,sticks, and on spools. Kloss ?ilk for Embroidery and Fringe makers, in skeins and on spool i Suspm tiers, superbly embroidered, and Suspender TrimminiH 11. .1.1*r ami Rradi. in Jkl 1 Nm Mother of Pearl, Gold, Silver and Steel Purse Ornament*. Uold and Silver Fringe, Braid, Cord, Twiat, Thread aaii Tassels. Kinbroidrrr Krame?, and variety of different Krdct Arli la. Artificial Flowers?a choice selection. Fringes, of cotton, wonted and lilk, imported and domestic Gimps, Twi'li, Buttons and all other kind of trimming. j y 17 3m*ee , ~~OPfciNl>ki OK THE KALL FASHIONS, I AT THE MAOAZIN DK MODES, No. 60' anal. StrilKT. ACAIID-TO THE LADIES OK FASHION.?MA DAME 1JEHRMAN begs moat respectfullv to inform f her friends .\nd customers that ahc has received, by the laat arnI vals from Pans, tier tail and winter taahiona, and she Hatters i herself that the same will stand unrivalled in the city. The i faahiona consist of the following lull and entire new atyira I cut, aacul, plain, watered, aud changeable velvet bonnets; do t silk, ?.iiiii mode and tjuiltrd hata.ol an eutire uovel deacription. in l.nlii'a'. miaaea', and children'a sizes. Alao, a complete uaortment of cat* and head dreaaea, Paris ribbons, artificial flowi ers, leathers, and hair ornaments of toe beat artists in Paris. Madame II. solicits the ladies to favor hei with an early call ; and eiamine for themselves. Magatin de Mode*. 60 ' anal afreet. ol lm*r BOOT AND SHOE STOIlfc. 'OMN KK\UV reaj'ectfully informs his friends ? and the public, that he h.ia commenced busineas in the abate line, at No. W Nassau street, where he will thanklnlly reeeivr and faithfully eserute, all orders lie ?iav he favored with on ilir rsswopable c*rT?s for cash. Jv'i3r ?RK F 3RNING. OCTOBER 25, 'ENGLISH ADVERTISEMENTS. I THE NEW YORK HKKALD i> nvnlarlv fiW ia Loodoa 1 bv Mr. P. L. 8IMMOND3, Agent for ? >? Ain*ncaii P?|?ra, j 3ritisli and Korvi^n^a Newapajwr OlKcr, 18 Coroliill, London, 1 in*-r-imange, wmiv oruen <uiu anmu?nnni? i will be reorivnl. vj;:tli GENERAL AGENCY AND COMMISSION | OFFICE, 18 COHNHILL, LONDON, OPPOSITE THK ROYAL EXCHANGE. PO MERCHANTS, Commercial New* Room*, Public Li A bnnn, Agricultural Societiea,Officer* of the United State*, 'rinter*. Publishers of Newspaiiers, ficc. P. L. SlMMONDS, iieneraf Agent and Commission Merchant, begs to acquaint his friends and the Americau public in [eueral.that he is ready to receive order* for the supply ot News>aper?, Periodicals, Stationery, Printing Materials, l?aney Articles, Ike. of any kind and quantity, and goods of every de*cri|>iou of fir*t rate quality at the very lowest market price* of the lay, and to transact husii.ess upon the most liberal terms, pro ided he is previously famished with funds or drafts at either out or short dates, or a reference on some London or Li verpool louse for payment. P. L. Simmonds will also receive consignment* of any deicription of merchandize to he sold on commission, and accept lillsat short dates for two thirds of the amount, on receipt of he hill* of lading. Consignment* entrusted to hi* care will nivt w ith everv |H<**iMe despatch in their di*po*al, consistent with the interest of the consignee*: an eitensive knowledge of [eneral business coupled w ith promptitude,attention and judgement, will lie trusts enable liini to give complete satisfaction to ill who may favor liiin with their commands. Reference may be made in New York to Jame* Gordon Benlett, Esq., Proprietor of the Herald, who is persoml^' acquainted with .Mr.Sinimouds and the nature and estent of hi* establishnent. s2lltf r ro NEWSPAPMt AOENTS AND PUBLISHERS IN THE UNITED STATES. THOSE excellent Illustrated Newspa|iers, The Pictorial Time*, and Illustrated Loudon News, aie supplied at 7s 6d terliug per qr. Punch at Is tid l>erqr, anil all the Loudon and "oreign Newspa|ier* a* they appear are regularly aupplied, wholesale and retail, by P. L. SIMMONDS, Newspaper and Periodical Agent, 18 Conihill, Loudon. Subscriptions in advance, may be paid into the Herald Office. >n Mr. Simmoudk' account. Advertisements received for insertion in all the London, Country and Foreign Journals. *28tf BATTERY AND PHILADELPHIA HOTEL. rHE SUBSCRIBER is now prepared to make arrangements with familiA or single genllemen, for hoard during the V inter, on the most reasonable terms. N. B?The terms for transient boarders remain at the usual irice, $1 40 per day. M. PKTTET, o23 6t* r _ _ HAVANA MANSION HOUSE HOTEL "pHE undersigned takes occasion to inform hi* friends and * the public, that the Mansion llouse is now located in luluisidor street, No. 67. iu the viciuit) of the steamboat lauding ind vegetable market, having coininodiou* family apartment*, irranged ill the ueatest order. A iierson is employed to procure permit* to laud passenger*, laggage, be. who will board vessels immediately after the visit >1 the reveuue officer*. N. B.?Visitors to this Island should procure a passport from he Spanish Consul, at tne port of embarkation, to obviate dificulties and inconvenience. *21 timec WILLIAM FULTON. IMPORTANT TO INVALIDS AND VISITORS TO THE ISLAND OK CUBA. PROGRESS HOTEL, [N the village of Cerro, three utiles from Havana. Thi* estaI hliahmeut is sdvautageously situated, pro|ierly fitted up ind attended, affording the benefit of a country life without 'xcluding the comfort* and pleasure* of the Capital, or presenting a timely attendance to busmes*. Even' attention is iromised by the owner* to meet the satisfaction of their visitors. CHARGES. Boarding for a siiiffle |ierson in oue room $2 00 a day. " " two or three persons in one room- SI 50 a (lay >ach person. With families a particular agreement may be entered into. N. B.?Oinnibusses are running from morning 'till night between the Ctrro and llavaua, making the trip in half an hour. s24 lm PHILADELPHIA DAGUERREOTYPE ESTABLISHMENT, EXCHAGE BUILDING, ROOMS 26 AND 21. TDK Subscriber has received a large supply of Voigtlauders' celebrated l).iguerreotyi>e Appartus, large and small sues, with achromatic lenses made according to Professor IVtzval's :alculation. Also a new supply of best plates and chemicals, which he warrants good and sells at reduced prices. The following gentlemen have agreed to act as agents, viz? E. White, Esq., 175 Broadway New York. P. Haas, Esq, Washington. I). C. l)r. A. Caspari, Richmond. Va. ?. Broadbeut, Esq, lor the Southern States. Wm. West, Esq, Cincinnati, Ohio. All communications (post paid) and orders, accompanied with remittances, will lie promptly attended to. and should be lirecled to WILLIAM LAUOENHEIM. ol7!im*r Exchange Buildings, Philadelphia MASSACHUSETTS) HAY PkYSTERS?168K Fulton street, opposite St. Paul's.? ^NAPOLEON COURTIN takes pleasure hi informing :hose persons who have heretofore honored him with their paronage, and those who are williug to coutiirue the same favor, that tne Massarhusetu Bay Oysters have recovered with the cold weather their fresh and delicious flavor so peculiar to them, and which has given them the name of oysters of Cancale, that his saloon, recently so elegantly lilted up, often the most ijuiet and comfortable accommodations. There will always be found hi it a choice collection of the following wines, viz: Cliablis, Sauterne, Grave, Barsac. Hermitage, sparkling and still Hock, Cliampatrue, Chambertin, Pominard, Volney, Lalitte, Larroze, Leoville, St. JnUeu.&c., and all sorts of foreign wines and cordials. He keeps constantly on hand the above wiu?s, in tlie cask or box, foget,l*-r with Preserves, Sweet Oil and Fr?sch> ;;ie?ar. Goods purchased from his establishment ar? seut ir*e olcii.trge to any pait of the city. Oysters will lie sent to tile's ideucr of purchasers, (if required) and opened by one of the ct"u I'ants o the establishments. o2 !nr<*ec L. BARONTO, A RTIST. in Alabaster. Marble, Scagliola, Jlc., from Italy ^a-Kesiiectfully invites the gentry, the inhabitants, shopkeepers, Dazaars, country dealers and the public in general, to see his Museum of Arts, No. 23 Orchard street, (between (irand and Division streets,J.which is noWojien for inspection, with a splendid assortment of Italian aijjl English ornaments in Alabaster, black marble, spar, agata, yellow stone, stalactite, red and various other marbles, verue di prato, granite, Ike., Ike Consisting of various sizes of groups, figures, busts, razzes, Heh? ewers, Etruscan vases, candlesticks, tapers, pen trays, ink stands, watch cases, clock stands, time pieces, spill pots, urns, antique lamps, shell vases, oval vases, bottlas, grou|>s and single dogs, tables, tlorentine baskets, bulls, cows, lions, broaches, necklaces, obelisks, 1*11 vases, gozzolv vases, ring vases, ||a|w weights, ring stands, card boxes, snuff koxes. birds nests, aunantus, [tainting* of Mount Vesuvius, of Naples; books ou conchology, mineralogy, geology, marine botanist, Sic. be. Pric? of articles from 12X cents to $100. Cleauuig ana repairing of every description on moderate terms. Admission free. _ ?30 ?^_r_ PREMIUM SOFA BEDSTEADS. NMcOIUW'S PATENT EXTENSION SOKA.-This article is so well known to the publio, and its advantages have been so incontestibly proved, that the inventor deems it unnecessary to make further romm-nt. He would, however, beg leave to refer to the few following highly respectable gentlemen who have these sofas now iu us.-, as to their convenience and utility:? Ex-President Van Buren, Kinderhook, N. T. James R. Whiting, District Attorney, to. Hon. C. C. Cambreleng, _ di Hon. Senator Preston, 8. C. Stm'l W ird. Esq., tirui of Prime, Ward Ik \ log, N. V. Brown, Brothers* Co. ?io. Col. Crosby, do. Rev Dr Nott, Scjenectady, do A thousand more names could be given of gentlen mi and ladies of the first respectability il it were necessary; > 11 li needs only to be seeu to be its own best recommendation. A' I persons wishing to purchase sofas, sofa bedsteads, reclining i liice or rocking chairs, are respectfully iuvited to call at 463 Bioai way, s?eon<l door above (irand street. N. B. The above sola has been awarded. as premiums, at the various Kairs where it has been exhibited, ooe gold medal, thr?? silver medal), and six diplomas. 463 Broadway, second door abort (fraud street. 08 lm'in GENTLEMEN'S LEFT OFF WARDROBE.?OentleJ men or families desirous of converting their left off wearing apparel into cash, can obtain lor the same the highest cash price. To families and geutlemen quitting the city, or cliangin^ residence, having any superfluous effects to dispose of, will tind it much to their advantage to send for the subscriber, who will attend them at their residence by appointment. H. LF.VETT. No.6 John street. New York. A line through the Post Office, or otherwise, will receive prompt attention, CLOTHING cleaned, altered aud repaired. oil Ira'ec ICE-ICE-ICE fiOOn TP-Y? J11"11' Ice of the best quality. The " Highland Tee establishment, expressly for shipping, is prepared to. and w ill sell, by the cargo, and smaller quantities. cheaper than Can be obtuned from any other source, and packed in the best manner, to ii> to any part of the world. A supply of the best approved Hacking always on hand. JOHN iM. LYON, ol#2w*m M Division street. LUCINA CORDIAL, 01 THK ELIXIR OF LOVE In oldec time, among th? Jews, That man a tecond wife might choon*? Whose first, by Fate's imkindly doom. No children bore to bless his home. Afflicted thus, the Roman matron Prayed to Lncine, the midwife's patron; Egyptian wiveg, in such a crisis, Called to their aid the Priests of Isis; And even now, the meek HindooWarm as her clime, and tender, too? If childless twelve months from her bridal Flies weeping to her senseless idol, And with raised hands, in accents wild, Petitions Bramah for a child; For well she knows. Love shuns to blfM The Hindoo bed of barrenness. 8o much forlove in days by-gone, And savage customs in our own; But say, even now, does Love's commnnioa Bless in our land, a sterile union t. No, oft times conjugal felicity, l? thus tlislurlied?ay, e'en ill THK City Yet may the barren, if they try The means "increase and multiply," With "Love's Elixir" for her friend. The childless wife's repining* end. But not the procreative power Alois*, is this Elixir's dower. Consumption's ills it will prevent, With vigor clothe the impotent; Suppress a gleet, whateVr its date, And all life s functions renovate; Erqptions from the skin it chases, And brings back beauty and tlie graces; 'Tis woman's trust?and ne'er deceive* Iter. From rlnor Albns it relieves her, And each disease, (with proper care, too,) Her fair and fragile form is heir to. These are but truths, who calls them Acaoi Slmll h*?e ?t?rn proof in contradiction, Letter*?nil forma of attestation? Kroin the naval** of every nation; Willi Kr.itrl'yl iniuiin from ill quarter*, Pi-n>1 *(I by Diaeaae ami tjinckery a martyr*. Thotiaand* who lay, with fluttering breath, Almost within thf jjwi of death; .Now iu their nightly prayer* i*|x?at, Thank* to Life'a friend. in N**aati atreet, Ann aometime* namm the very number? ' Ninety-two Na**au"?even in their itamtwr? Or, dreaming of Dh'iim nrdenl, Cry mit lor tlie "Lncina Cordial." Per*< >n? oidering thi* medicine fmm the ronntry, bv tenjmf a remittance, can nave it boied up and aent to any part of the Union. Price per bottle, or 424 per dcies Alto for aale at Jto. N North Ith it, Philadelphia. nio lm"m [ERA 1843. lluflTitlo. [Correspondence of the Herald.] Hukpai-o, Oct. 21, 1843 Koadsltle Rrmlnlnevneea?No 9. Emigration to the lVr*t?The Ijike Strambontt? hnjirovimenti of liu/faio?Martha I Birtrarul, ?V<. dkah sir After t dc'ighiful interval of about thirty-six hours fine weather, we have again another severe wind and rain storm. The miow winch fell last Tuesday and Wednesday tothe'depthof live inches, disappeared in a tew hours; and the gale abating allowed the Indiana and Constitution, (two ol the fin out kncitu An iKtioo lulri'u\ fn I?>av(? th#> nnrt with < ? .... r five other large steamboats, all literally covereJ with passengers going to Michigan and Wiscont-in. Those two boats had at least 1000 souls on board; and in all, over 2000 persons left Buffalo for the lar west on Thursday. Besides these, there was an immense nuinner ol horses, cattle, wagons of all kinds, plough*, and (arming implements of every description Yesterday (Friday) that superb boat the Illinois commanded by one of the best sailors in the world, although a terrible rough old sea dog, (Capt. Make) left tor Chicago with about ti0<4 souls on board. Two other very fine boa's, the HuH'alo, Capt. A'len.and the De Witt Clinton,Capt Squiers, took out at least 8(10 or 1000 people to various paris of Wisconsin and Michigan ; the Fulton and Constellation also left for the west, loaded down with passengers In addition to thi*. we met a large ship going out ol trie harbor for Chicago as we came in, and tiiiahad 320 passengers, with 115 horses, and an enormous freight of tanning implements, household furniture, Arc. belonging to emigrants, most ol whom were from the Eastern States. The large propeller, Porter, which was injured in the late gale, has been repaired, and is now full of emigrants, ready to Btart tor Wisconsin. In short, the throng of people met with here and on the lakes go ing to Wisconsin and Michigan is absoluiely incredable. I have expended two months in the northwestern country, and I have met at Cleveland, Detroit, Mackinaw, i-ault S. Marie, Green liiy, La I'ointe, Racine, Grand River, Milwaukie anil Chicago, with at least 15,000 emigrants, going to settle in Wisconsin, principally. A large proportion ot these were young, heariy, good-looking and respectable women A majority were farmers ; and 1 declare solemnly that 1 did not see au idle, poor, or dissipated looking person amongst them. They all looked hardy, strong, and enterprising ; most ol them were under thirty-five years of age, and all seemed to be looking anxiously lor a settlement in the Far West, as the children of Israel looked toward the promised land- From calculations made forme by Captain Walker, of the Great Western, and his obliging lactotum, Mr Pearce, Mr. Dibble ol Detroit, the Mayor of Chica 1 ? L i_ A.. ... ,\/1.? ,, ,o go, uuu 1M ll r | tv 111 (1 llinmo HI iMiinnuniv, n jo v? i tain that from 50,000 to 60,000 emigrants, at the leant, have gone to Wisconsin Una year; many estimate the number much higher, but this statement is ns nearly correct as it is possible to get it. In the early part ol the sr son the large steamboats run every day for Chicago, from Buffalo, and even now they run every other day, and are always loaded down ; they have carried 30,000 passengers ihis season, and the propellers and sailing vessels have carried as mauy more. When I went up in August on the Great Western, (which at present is decidedly the finest and moat comfortable boat on the Upper Lakes, and resembling those excellent boats the Troy, Empire, and Knickerbocker, in the perfection of its nrrangernents) we hud at least 700 souls on board, beside a quantity ut freight equal to 300 or 400 tons; 1 never saw anything equal to it in my life; the crowds I hear of that crossed to see the Buffalo Hunt could not begin with our mel?e. And "the ory is still they come," or rather they go; every boarding house in the place is now full of em igrants; most of ihe hotels are full; I am staying for a day or two at a very fine house, the Western Hotel, kept by Mr. Smith, which is nearly as larae, ami equal to Howard's excellent hotel in style and comfort; it dines and lodges 300 persons, and is full of the first class company all the time, going and coming Gen. Heed, the newly elected member to Congress from Erie, (fee. Pennsylvania, is here in high spirits. Most of the hotels are crowded; and this will be the case, I am told, until the close of navigation. So much for emigration to Wisconsin Dr. Houghton, the eminent and learned I State Geologist of Michigan, assured me that at least 12,000 persons had emigrated to that State this season, many from the Eastern States, and settled down in fine land in various parts ol the Western counties. Buffalo has been wonderfully improved within the 'ast two years; it has quite recovered from the terrible snocks it received in 1837 8 and 9; and is flow doi ig a large, healthy, and legitimate business. All the lower part of Main street, (one of the finest streets in the Union, and only excelled in beauty by Hroadwav. tor in situation, wiuin, ccc. n is t?r ?U|ieri?irto ChCBUUt etreet) has been tilled up, and down both udes 'hey have erected and art* erecting very substantial and handsome blocks of four story stores, and all will be occupied by sound and enterprising men as soon as finished. The canal has been cleaned out,widened, deepened, and extended through several im|>ort&nt sections of the city, the bidewalks repaired, the splendid sea wall strengthened and lengthened, a new pier is being constructed, and it the corporation or ritizens will set to work and widen the creek, Buffalo will be fairly entitled to the proud title ol the Queen of the West.. In point of locality, marine and commercial advantages, she is far supeiior to Cincinnati, or any other city west of New York, save St. Louis The sidewalks around the wharves and docks, though. I must say, want repairing most wofully. The null for the iron cutter building for the United States Topographical corpe here, isnearly com pleted; I was in the yard yesterday, and saw that there was only the ceutre ruw of iron plates to put on the sid^s. She is a most beautiful model. Two new steamboats, each as long or longer than the United States line of battle ship Peiyitulvama, will be put on these lakes next epring; one 230 feet, thr other 240 feet long; to be called the Nile and Wisconsin. There are now 42 large and splendid boats running cn these lakes, and eight large steam propellers I witnessed a most pleasing scene yesterday. The venerable Marshal Bertrand left here at 2 P. M , in uie cart" lor me r.HSI. J mm yuu ill my moi >nn< he came in to Buffalo on Wednesday night in s torin, or the Robert Fulton. It was mdeed a storm ?probably as terrific as that which shook St Helena at the tune the bouI of Napoleon left thiuearth ; the good and great old soldier went to the Fall# on Thursday,where he remained but two or three hours; and returned to thin city Yesterday morning he was invited by the officers ot the garrison to review that portion ot the 2iJ regiment IT. S I., stationed here He reviewed them, and the military swritol the hero ol Austerlitz, Friedlaod, Lutzen, ana Leipsic, seemed to mantle anew in the old man's cheeks; the troops were in a high state ol discipline, and the Marshal appropriately complimented them; but when the bind parsed before him playing the Mar seilles hymn, the tears stood in the veteran's eyes, and coursed each other down his war-worn cheeks He turned his head and left the ground unable to control his feelings. On his w?y to the depot, he was escorted nominally by the fine German Volun teer Company of this place ; but a great number ol carriages accompanied the Marshal's; and at the Depot, there must have been over lfttU persons assembled, of whom a majority consisted ol the most beautilul women of the place,all crowding around the cars, anxious to get a sight ol the veteran that stood by Napoleon in his dying hour. The old Marshal was much affected, and when the cars started, the waving of handkerchiefs, vivas and huzzas, were legion ; and many there were did cry , " God blesthim!" It was in swber earnestness an imposing?an affecting scene ; and rushing through the country in the hurry that I am compelled to use, 1 will not insult good sense by attempting to describe it. What has conv over the spirit of the f'o*t Office? The Heralds of Thursday reached here this morn***** K1 v..PMua an hnvp fh#? Knflinn nMiitTM with tae 1 "J UAr,VDO * _ " | ?ir ? ? arri\al of the Hibernia. The New York afternoon editions* of Thursday's papers are here ; but the latest Courier<k h'nqmrer and Journal of Commerce ihat wr have received through the Pi>at Office are those of Monday last. It must be an interesting bu sinew to strain every nerve to publish early news in New York in order to Bend to country subscribers by U. S. Mail. A smart man, Mr Wicklifle, very I Yours, John Jonrs, Jr., Nbw Yokk. Buzzard's Bay Fishier*.?We are indebted to Mr. Thomas E. Sanlord, ol Dartmouth, tor the following statement ol the quantity ol fish, chiefly menhaden, taken in Buzzard's Bay and landed at Dartmouth during the past season, ending in Se|>tember. The fish are taken by means ot seints, and are disposed of readily at thnty cenis |ier barrel to agriculturists, to be used as dressing for improving the land. Quantity taken by Twain's aein", " WO barrels; Rider's do, JJOtX) do; Gi fiord's do, 2iM do; Anthony'^ do, 2400 do; Cornell's do, 3?*>do; j A liny'a do, 27<M? do; total, 18,1(10 barrels. The whole proceed*, therefore, amount to the mm <>l I 9&43<> LD. Pr1f? Two Cents The llarooii (In tint Iowat.Mins hat ah,) Letter*. Letter No. I. Tau. T imber, on the It a coon River, > Near the I>8 Moines, I. T., f??-j?.*17, 1H.J3 $ Intkkko ! (Iowuy,)|fkiend:? I wiktt sadly vexed to perceive by hi? letter tha? i * r r? i:?- . _ ? *?? your corrr.-|K?nurni inwi ourii. i , considers himself wi st; he west?faugh, he Uon'i begin to be ! I flitter myself that out here f am a heap nearer sun-down. He writes of ladies with alabastrian skin, curnation scarcely suffusing the cheek : 1 shall tell you of damsels where ihe pure unadulterated red painis not the cheek only, but the nnklea aswell He describes silk and lace toggery t Ishall depict aboriginal loveliness that demands no ornament beyond a blanket and ear bobs; and whilst he on the banks of the Mississippi delights his eyes with witching smiles, I shall content myself with gazing on dimples filled with vermilion. Your correspondents mostly portray the rules and arts and hvpocrtsy of maidens taught and drilled by thn adepts of artificial society : iny muse i-hall chaunt in prose of unsophisticated daughters of the wilderness, who, scorning the letters ot civilization, sit and view a gentleman pare his toe nails without a blush. Interro ! I doubt whether you, or most of your readers, ever read or heard n senuine unvarnished description of our Indians Your novel maker's Indians are no more like them than was the world when, without form and void, with darkness dwelling upon the lace of the waters, to the same world whni glorious Eve moved amid the woodbines of paradise. According to the most orthodox writers, the he Indians (whom we westerners term " bucks") are devoted to war or melancholy, eter nally blowirg out (heir own or somebody else's brains? never cracking the fraction of h smile? ceaselessly pondering over the graves ol their forefathers?being more like ghosts of departed stoics tfian hmniin beings: whereas the truth of the matter is tlir-y are all junt as fond of fun as most of us Inchtro, as the Ioways name white men. Ah for the young men, our romance authors describe tlieni as so many lunatics, under the influence of Mars or Venu*, eitner replete with military ambition or soused head over ears in love, conversing h.-irsh music on crude flutes beside the brink of some moonlit stream. As tor the <quaws, an author cannot get hold ol a female red skin, but she must doff the blanket and assume wings instead, and at once her "corruption puts on incorruptability." The poor tquaws, unbeknown to themselves, are either rushing to preserve the endangered life of e*?me illfated white skin, or else are dying heroically on the graves of their departed husbands, or if unmarried, make themselves fish bait for true love. This is well?all very well for book fabricators, as most people are predetmrmined to believe that the savage is as he has almost uniformly been described, but I do assure you it is all a humbug. An author whose pen serves for a harvest of daily bread, must cater for the popular taste ; but 1, independent as the Herald itself, shall depict ihe red man as he is? deeply regretting that my delineations mnv not correspond with the preconceived notions of some of your readers, who no doubt will be disused to rebut my assertion that the " bucks" are not a race of taciturn heroes and patriots, nor the red fair sex the most perfect pinks of female virtue or heroism Fifteen years ago 1 thought of the Indians as most of my fellow citizens ol New York, I presume, do now. But most of that period having been compelled to reside among them, it will be judged from my future epistles how much my awe and admiration have diminished. I do not deny, as with our race, there are individual instances of daring, gratitude, or other virtues, which have been remarked?but the . very fact of their having been noticed, evinces such acts are not |>eculiar to them as a people. I shall terminate this paper by observing that a fifteen years intimate acquaintance with red men have convinced me that they possess but three nation-it characteristics, to wit: profuse generosity among themselves?an insatiable disposition to beg from the pale faces?and an unquenchable thirst for the alcoholic (which is, in the loway, jtny-ntt). Argreckkay (adieu), Zing. Last op thk Jkrsry Link Gonk?The last of the cocked hats is gone! In the death of Gen. Ebenezer hlmer, we mourn the loss ol the last officer of the old Jersey line. There remains to us not a solitary member of that heroic hand. General Elmer was the President, and the last original member of the New Jersey Cincinnati Society. He died at his residence in Hridgeton, Cumberland county, on Wednesday last, the 18th inst.. at the advanced age ot 91 years We derive the following brief memoir ot his life and services from the Hridgfton Chronicle : General Elmer was born at Cedarville, Cumberland county, N J He studied medicine, nnd was about establishing hirm-elf in practice, when hostilities commenced between America and Great Hritatn. IniJaniiary, 177ft, he was commissioned as ?n Ensign in the company of contnienial troojs, commanded by the late Gov. Hloomfield, and served in that capacity, and as a Lieui< riant in the noithern army, until the spring of 1777, when the army being re-organized, he was appointed a Surgeon's mate In June, 1778, he was appointed Surgeon of the 2d Jersey Regiment, and served in that cspacity until the close of the war, never being absent from duty. During the last war with England, in 1813, he commanded the trooiw stationed at Billingsport, in this State. General Elmer was the lather of Mr. L. Q. C. Elmer, member ot Congress elect for the first Congressional District. Important Decision.?The decision of Judge Canonge on Friday las-t, in the case ol the free peop'o of color, whom he discharged from custody on the ground of illegal imprisonment under the law of 184*2, is highly imporiant, and will attract general attention That law prohibits free per-ons of color entering the state ; subs?rjuently, in 1843, a law wai passed authorizing the municipal authorities and the police juries, to grant permission (if they t-hould thiuk fit) tM such tree persons of color as might apply to them to remain in the Stiite- The Judge decided in this case, that the parties having obtained such permission, have a right to go and come when and where they please, and that thev do not come under the cognizance of the law ot 1842 This is a novel decision, and whilst we do not doubt, in the least, that the judge acted conscientiously, we may be allowed to say, that in our opinion, he did not decide according to the intention of the legudature, which evidently passed this bill tor the express parpose of preventing all intercommunication between our servile population and the co'ored population of other States. This decision renders the law in that respect a dead letter; *nd it now remains for th" Legislature, at their next session,so to amend and explain the law, that their intent and meaning cannot be doubted.?/V O Trttpic, Oct. Ifi MVSVPU nil t (ITT'H. STK.KT, PKNS. " REDUCED MUCE*S. '"PHE uibteribef in constantly rwinnij fresh supplies of the A above juitly celebrated i*iis, which lie otters to the trade at very low rate*. In addition to the ttyle* to well known, he ha* recently introduced the following new patternt, vn :? Not. 1, 2 and 3 Principality Peru, ?itra Hue, hue and medium points. No. t? Caligraphic Pen?a prime article on pictorial card*, views of celebrated place*. No* 9and 10?Washington Pen?very line point, and elastic, on tuperb card*. In evidence of the high estimation in which time Pens an held, the following ttateinent is made The number of Pen* manufactured at the works of JOSEPH OILLOTT, from Dec. 1841, to Dec. IM2. was 70,612.002 The public are cautioned to be on their guard tgsintt tpurion* article*. Each package of the genuine |>ens bears a lac n mile of Mr. Oillott i iiguature. Kor *ale by HKNHY JK.JiSOP, Importer, 91 John ttreet. corner of Gold. A good sapply of Wmdles and Motley It Co.'* Loudon Pent *29 I m * ec UNJ TETTSTATES TEA KMPOR1UM, 121 late 129 Cfuitham street, Nnt> York. And 116 Knlton street, Brooklyn. AurJKT, 11* Hi.mckhi Stwh*t, WHOLESALE AN D K ETAIL . rPHF. CANTON TEA COMPANY continue to offer for tale new and Iragrant Teit of every variety and ttyle ? Their assortment specially includes tne most delicious and powerful grades of Oreeu and Black. Every package bears the Uampof ueatnvit and elegance, and the Tea* therein are to thoroughly *ecnred from light and air, that their quality and power will remain unimpaired in any climate. Their ?v??ni of prosecuting business is, perhaps, scarcely to beeicelled. It is founded u|hhi the utmost regard to the rightt ol the customer, especially with re?|iect to weight and quality, and unrivalled clieapnett. All purchasers are called upon to return anv articles which fail to give them the utmott *?",'j4C1t,0"i which the money will be cheerfully and promptly refunded. Country merchants, public establishment*,* of l> mi lies, and snip nasters Will find it a decided advantage to tupply themselves from this establishment. . in; Java CorrrK^roaited every day^ ^ t Oril.'r? from all porta01 m? 1/m*" ******* 1 wiwi prS?l?'rh" it w': ia America for the tale of Hoaqui't celebrated Black T??. ?W la'w JAMES LACY, DKAPKR AMI' TAILOR, t>2 John ureet, 9m William, continue to mak/* op Itenth-men'i Karmenta of ?u|?-nor workmanahip. and in the moat faahiointfble aiyle, at hi* nuidi low pricea. lientleineii 111 want of new and laahionable clothing, (tumid call and ri.imme hia aelect ?iuca of ?<>?#di before purchaiinf eluewhere. A trial will be ?urt>ci?nt to con?inca the mmt economical, that for beauty of lit, ?tyl? of workman* ihip, vid at ?uch ett inordinary low pricea, tnia aataWlahmeal cannot be mrvaaaed by any iu the city. (C?" < ten tinmen ftirnuhing their own aooda can hara thein mvleand trimmed?n i?rfect fit warranted or the pnca of the Ki>od? returned. nil lmee TKKMJ CASH.

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