Newspaper of The New York Herald, October 26, 1843, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated October 26, 1843 Page 1
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TH Vol. IX., No. 984?-Whole No. 3500. To tUe Public. THE NEW YORK HERALD?daily naw?paper-pub liihod every day of the year except New Year'* day and Fourth of July. Price a cents per copy ?or $7 26 per annum? postagea paid?caih in advance. THE WEEKLY HERALD-puhiished every Saturday morning?price 6} cents per copy, or $3 13 per annum? postage* paid?cash in advance. ADVERTISERS are informed that the circulation of the Herald u over THIRTY THOUSAND, and increasing fast. It has thi largest circulation oj any paper in this city, or the world, and it, therefore, the oeit channel for hu' line hi men in the city or country. Prices moderate?cash in ndvuncr. PRINTING of all kinds executed at the most moderate prices, and in the most elegant style. JAMES GORDON BENNETT, PROraiKTOn or the Hub?i.d Establiihmhnt, Northwest corner of Fulton and Nassau itrecta REI> BIRD LINE OF STAGES. IN CONNECTION WITH %*?? ? THENHWKANU i33 1teKBESESk RAILROAD COMPANV. i*al-il* ahiiaNOEMICNTU! TWO DAILY LliNKs! On mid after Wednesday, 11th October. iust , the lied Bird Line of Stiaes will leave the village of White Plains, every morning, (Sundays eicented.) at U o'clock, A. M., anil every afternoon at 2 o'clock, P. M., snd lha Railroad Depot, City Hill, and the Westchester Hume, corner of Broome street suu the Bowery, Niw V'ork, every morning at 8 o'clock, and evsry afternoon by tliv 2 o'clock train. Agent* are in constant atkudiince at the Railroad Dei>ots, ol whom every information may Lu obtained, anil who will also tteud to the baggage l ut under their charge. HIRAM DEFOREST, Proprietor. White Plains, Oct. 4thi til. oil lm?ee Kroin 1'ateriaii to Jersey City. On and after Monday, Oct. 2d, 1813, the car? will leave Patf.rson Ocfst. Lkavk Nkw Yohi. 8 A.M. 9 A.M. U'A " ?X P. M. 3 P. M. 4 " ON SUNDAYS. I.kavk PATKRiOW DiroT. LV.AVt New YORK. 8 A. M. 9H A. M. 3 P. M. 4 P. M. Transportation ear? leave daily (Sundays excepted.) Passen?;ers are advised to bo at the Kerry, foot of Courtlandt "trfet, a i'w minutes before the stated hot?r> of deoarture. jy 19 6m* T1IK SPANISH HTKAMEIt NATCHst&SSLF/. for HAVANH, Direct, Don Krar.c is Villsir, commander,will leave the port ol ** New York on Wednesday, Nov. l?t, for Havana direct. The NATCHEZ has been newly coppered, refitted with new boilers, and in poiint of elegance and Keui-ral comfort cannot be surpassed. Kor particulars for passage apply to JOHN B. STANHOPK, Aster Hons-, who will accompany the Natclirr.'on her v?wage. ol2 toNl'r JOHN A. STANHOPE. KOK CHARLESTON, KEY WEST, yififiBEB HAVANA, NKW ORLEANS, AND y^mW9Li<m G A LV EStf ON. TKXAS.-Thesplendid Steam Sliio NEPTUNE, Captain William Rollins?To siil positively on Wednesday, 25th October, instant, at 4 o'clock P M. The iiuhealrhiness of New Orleans,with other circumstances, litis induced Cantain Rollins to delay the deparlurv of the Neptune until the anove day, 25th instant, which at the earuest solicitation of many passengers he has assented to with irreat reluctance. The public may rest assured that nil delay will i* submitted to beyond th? day now fixed. The Neptunt has been completely overhauled, and is in perfect order. Passengers may r'lv upou every comfort and convenience in her. About one half the number of her berilis are still ''isetxagetl. Kor passage, for the above ports, ill state rooms, cabins or stre?'a|;e, and for freight of light Roods or sjHfcie for (:harleston. apply on board, at the Tobacco lus|*ctioii wharf, foot of Clintou street, K. R., or to 015 to25're. J. H. PRO WER. 75 Wall street. " V-? _ TRAVELLERS GOING SOUTH OR /CyMnD WEST?Sixteen hours in advance of the 8. Mail?Tri-Weekly Line to Savannah, in connexion with the Central Railroad to Macon and the West The splendid steam packets GENERAL CLINCH, Capt. J. P. Brooks, and I'HAltLKSToN, Capt. K. BarHen, will l?av? Charleston every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morning, at 9 o'clock, afiLr ((.-.r^v.l nf lk. WIhImM t.n.f. k.nnHk iuK at Savanuah the time day, and will leave Savannah on the same days as above, at 6 o'clock P. M., after the arrival of the can from Macon. Travellers will find thii to be the cheapen and moit expedition* ronte to the aouth and west. The above boats art fitted ui> in a superior style, and no expense or pain* will be spar?^to . ensure certainty, comfort, and expedition to the travailing ?al>' lie. JOHN B. LAF4TTE. Agent, Fitzsinimons' Wharf, Charleston. Charleston* September, 1843. ?17 Im*r "" N-KWAR R AN O KM KNT. FARC AND FREIGHT REDUCED. .fcQjt REGULAR MAIL LINE?KOR PROflZTI^.-CTfr yiPENCE AND BOSTON, via. STON 3KSp2BLlNGTGN AND NEWPORT?Jjomposed of the following superior steamers, running in connection with the Stun iugton.and Boston and Provideuce Railroa la MAJgACHUSETTS, Cant. CoiMtock. RHODR ISLAND, Capt Thayer. PROVTDiNCE. NARRAGANSETT. MOHEGAN. One cf which will leave New York daib\( Sundays excepted) from Pier No. 1, Battery Place, N. Kiver, at 4T. M. ' ARRANGEMENTS. The RHODE ISLAND, Captain Thayer, on Monday, and Wednesday for Stonin?ton and Newport, and Friday for Stonington. The MASSACHUSETTS, Captain Comitock, on Tues ?til Tliuraiiiv for StAniniFtnn. and S.tfnrrtv fnr Htnninir ton, Newport antf Providence. Passengers, on th? arrirsl of the steamers at Stonington, will be immediately forwarded in the splendid and eommodiom ("art of the Itailrhad .- > Providence and Bostou, and if for Newport will psoceed in the steamer Mohegan (in superior ord,*r) from thenca at 6 o'clock the following morning, thus giving them aiuppportun't/ of a night's rest on board tlx steamer Massachusetts or Rhode Island, aiid then breakfast on board the Mohegaa. The above steamers hare been thoroughly equipped and prepared to promote celerity of travel aad the comfort and security of passengers, and not surpoesed by any iu the United States. Kor passage or freight, which is taken at Terr reduced rates,api'ly ou boar J, at north side ?f pier No. I, 22 Broadway, or office of Samuel Dereau, freight agent, on the wharf. Tickets for the route and steamers' berths oan be secured on board, or at the office of HARNDEN & CO.. No. J Wall street JT7- NOTICE?CHANGE OF HOUR-On aud after Monday, Oct. 9th, the steamers of the New Jersey Strain Navigation Company, forming the line to Providence aud Boston via Stoniugton, will leave pier No. 1, Batten- Place, at I P M. lL/""On and alter the 10th nst, freight will not be rece ived and forwarded after half-past 4 P. M. tn9 6m* m i I SEVEN O'CLOCK MORNING LINE FOll ALBANY, 'llYOY, and intermediate XnJbL Landings?From tl.e steamboat pier, at the foot of Barclay street. Breakfast and Dini>*r on board. Leaves New York?The Kmpire on Viouday, Wednesday and Friday. The Troy ou Tuosday, Thursday aud Saturday, at 7 A. M. L.nidiug at?C aldwell't. West Point, Newburgh, Hampton, roughkeepaie. Hyde Park, ^hinebeck, U. lied Hook, Bristol, ''xtsklll, Hudson, Ccisacki* and Kinderhook. ~The nsw low pressure steamer TROY, Captain A. Oorham, i In* ilay, at 7 o'clock in the morning. The new low prewire steamer KM PI RE, Captain 8. R Roe, on Friday, at 7 o'clock in the morning. For passage, apply to F. 1). Hall, at the office, foot of Barclay tlreei, or on board. Notice.?All Uoodi, Freight, Baggage, Bank Bills, Specie, or any other kind of Property, taken, shipped, or put on board the Boata of thia Linejuust be at the risk of the owners of sich goods. an Hi r PEOPLE'S LINE UF STEAMBOATS fOK ALBANY?Daily at 6 o'clock P. M.SEmbJBmSLThrough direct?From the steamboat pier between Courtlandt and Libnty street*, Sunday itemed. The steamboat K NlClOiRBOCKKR,!.apt. A. P. St. John, will learej .Vlouday, Wedneaday aud Friday Eveuings, at sit o'clock. Steamboat ROCHESTER, Capt. A. Houghton, will leave Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 6 P. M. Atio'clock P. M.?Landing at Intermediate Places. Steamboat SOUTH AMEKI<JA, Capt. L. W. Uraiuard, will Monday, Wednesday, and Friday afternoon, at 'j o'clock. Steamboat NORTH AMERICA, Capt. M. II. Truesdell, will leave Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Evening, at five o'clock. Passengers takii.g this Line of Roals will at all times arrive in Albany in ample time to take the Morning Train of Cart for tlie east or west. The above boata ore new and substantial, arc furnished with nee t rjid elegant Stale Kooms, aud for s|>rad and accommodations are unrivalled on the Hudson. For Tallage or Freight, apply ou board, or to P. C. Bchnlti at the office on th' wharf s25 r NOTICE?On and after Monday, Oct. ICth.the boats uf this line will leave for Albany at 6 o'clock. P. M instead of 7. _mri jOL 8IX O'CLOCK EVENING LINK ALBANY AND TKOY direct, without SEi^flCKJaudiiig?the sidendid low pressure steamboat SWALLOW, Captain A. McLean, will leave the foot of Courtlandt street every Tnesdayt Thursday, and Saturday evenings, at 7 o'clock, for Albany direct. The swallow has a large number of state rooms,and for spend and accommodations is not surpassed on the Hudson. ang ec s ! j** STATKN ISLAND KERRY, FOOT fl23tL^j#OF WIIITKHALI. ST.-The stsamboat aC?M3L STATKN ISLANDER will leave New York and Staten Island, on and after October 2d, as follows, tuutil hrttar ?oti??;re New York., 11. ?. IK.S* Le^ve Staten Island B, 10, 1, 2*. 6. All freight shipped is repaired to be particularly marked and is at the risk oftSe owners thereof slfltfr ~?m ~NKW akkangenient FOR rti^i irnnrnT SHREWSBURY?Long Branch. Sar.dy *^C_^J?jK_Ho<>k, Ocean House ami Katontowu Lauding. " W! _ 4, mI It KVV SMl' H V. Caiitain John P. Coilie*. will now ran m follow, on and alter Thur?d?y, I7th nut leaving New York, Iron the loot *1' KoMnsou atrart, fTi'rv 1 u.'silsy, Thnr*day, mid H4tnrd.1v, at 10 o'clock, A. M. And Kitontown LnudiuK on Monday, Wedueaday and Kriday, at 10 o'clock, A. M. Th* Shrewsbury Will run a* abov*. wrathcr permitting, nn| til further notice. All baggage at the risk of tlie own#r?. Yare 37>< rents. , N. B.?Stages will be in attendance to convey passenger from the afomaid landing placet to any part of the county r* '"xheShrewibary will to th? inaar pastajre, when practicable jeltr NEW YORK AND KINGSTON STEAM FREIGHT AND PASSAGE LINE. .mm Kor Kingston, anc Delaware and Ilndson ?tteAmboau EMEIIALD and NORT^I^EMeIoTlD. Captain John Kstcham, will l*ave New York, foot of Murray atreet, every Monday and Thursday at 1 'clock, P M, , , Will le.iT* Kingston (Hon.lout landing) every Wedueaday and Saturday at 3 (/clock, P. M. The NORWICH, Captain John Samuels, will leav? Ne* York, foot of Warren street, every Wedneaday and Saturday at S o'clock, P. M. Will l?ave K anion (Koudont landing) every Tuesday and Friday at S o'clock, r. M. fclXTIlA TRIPS. The KM ERA I, D ? 1T1leave the foot of Ma fray atreet < very Pnnday morning at 7 o'clock. Returning, leave* Kingston at 4 o'clock, same day. Kor freight or passage apnlv on board, or to WJXMAAUk;N. BAHLOW k CO., (SI in"t iMWmiUttl. / mommrnammmmmmmmmaem E NE NEW KKMITTANCKS TO IKK.LAM>, Stc.-The MyVViubscribei continues to transmit money in lumi large JHjMM'r small, to persons residing in any part of of Ireland in tli** same manneras lie, and his predecessor in business have done for the last thirty yean and mora ; also, to any pert of England, or Scotland. Money remitted by letter (post Paid) to the subscriber, or personally deuosited with him, with tbe name of the person or persons 111 Ireland, Kugland or Scotland, to whom it is to beMut, and nearest post town, will be immediately transmitted, and paid accordingly, and a receipt to that ell'vct given, or forwarded to the sejultir. In like manner money, or claims on |>ersons iu any part of Ireland, Kugland or Scotland, cau lw collected by the subscriber for iwrsons residing in any part of the Uuited States or Canada, and will be paid to them accordingly. >'21 lm*r GEORGE McBlflDE, Jr. 82 Cedar st. I'ASS \ ( iK KHO.M I OKK-Via Liverpool?in MHRpy the first spring ships.?We beg to inform our friends jaMUftEatbat during the coining spring, 1BJ I. we shall hare a regular succession of first el'ss Americau ships, sailing from the above port every week, which will lie fitted out in such a manner for second cabin and steerage pasiengera, as cannot fail to ensure them every comfort. One of our firm, Mr. James D. Itoche, resides there, who will see personally to the forwarding of all our passengers, and will spare ueither pains or eipense to meet their wishes, and hue them forwarded without any delay. Those sending fur their friends will at once see the advantage to he derived by paying in our line. Apply to, or address it by letter post paid, ROCHK BROTHERS & CO. 35 Kultou street, next door tojhe Kultou Baiik^or to jAivir.a u. nui^itr^, II Cioree Piaxzas, Liverpool. P. 9.?Passage certificates and drafu can be sent from this by the regular packet ihipa ou tlie Ut, 7ib, 13lh, 19lh and 26th ot very uioith, aUo by the licit ion steamers uu the lit and lfitb. s30r Jf#Kg- BiTACK 11 ALL, OH OLD LINK OK LIVERIrMMpWPOOL PACKETS?< >nly racket, tailing uu Mlgaalfa Wednesday, the Ut of Nov. The lainai liable fait sailing packet thip OXFORD. burthen 900 tons. Captain llathbon. , will tail positively as above. h> r regular day. The accommodation! nf thia splendid packet tor cabin, 2d cabin and stoerage passengers are uusurpaasad far splendor, conve nietice and comfort by any Vessel atloat Those embarking for the old country will find it to their interest to select this desirable conveyance. Kor passage, which is very' low, and to secure) the best berths, early application should be made on board, foot of Beekmiui st, or to the subscribers. ROCHE, BROTHERS U CO,, 35 Fulton street, uext door to the Kultou Bank. P. S.?The Oxford sails from Liverpool on the 19th of December. Persons semlinc for their friends can have them brought out in hex, or in anv of the packets comprising this maguilieeut and uiie>iunllei' .me, sailing from that port punctually on the 7tli and I'll', of each mouth. oil r FOll LIVERPOOL?British Ship?With despatch KSjPofV ?The well known very fast sailing British ship firYllr ju|in Wilson, master, having a large portion of her cargo on board, will have immediate despatch Tor the above port. Shippers of goods will flud the Chester a moil desirable conveyance. For freight or passage, having very comfortable accommodations,apply to the subscribers. ROC11K, BROTHERS & CO., 35 Fulton st.. o2ir uext door to the Kulton Bank. KOil TiVKRPOOL?The New Lin^Reguiir mNHIV Packet lGth of November?The fine New Yorkhuiit jHKHklfapacket ship HOTTINOUKR, Ira Barsley, mast*, 1050 tons, will sail as above her regular day. Kor freight or passage having very superior accommodations, apply to the Captain ou board, at west aide Burling slip, or to WOODHULL & MINTURN8, 87 South st. stThe fine packet ship Liverpool, J. Kldtidge, master, 1150 tons, will succeed the lloltiii?uer and sail on her rrgular day, 16th December. 022 JWfX- " F.GUL Alt LINE OF PACKETS FUllToNI MMNfyDON?Packet ot the 1st November. The splendid, JalsaB?well known, ftst sailing aud favorite packet ship VICTORIA, Captain Morgan, will sail positively as above, her regular day. This splendid ship has excellent accommodations for cabin, the old country, would Jo well ti make early application lo W. fc J. T. TAP8COTT, 43 IVck Slip, corner of South itreet. Who have also regular first class packets siilingt weekly to Liverpool, New Orleans, Mobile, Savannah and Charleston, oct 23ec FOR LONDON?To sail on the lit November? J^MfVThe new jacket ship VICTORIA, Capt Morgan, JHBaikal^on tous, will sail as above, her regular day. Iier accommodations lor cabin, second cabin and steerage passengers are unsurpassed by any vessel in port, and as a number of her passengers are already engaued, those desirous of sej curing berths should make early application to JOSEPH McMURRAY, o2lr 100 Pine street, corner of South. OLD BLA<K BALL LINK "OK PACKETS LIVERPOOL?Packet of the 1st November. JpHlIb?The splendid fast sailing packet ship OXFORD, ('apt. Rathbone, will be despatched as above, hfr regular day. She has superior accommodation for cabin, second cabin and steerage passengers. Those wishing to secure berths will tequila lo make early appl ication to JOHN HERDMAN, 81 South st, near Wall street. N. B.?P,u*axe from Oreat Britain and Ireland, via Liverpool, can at all times be engaged, ou the lowest terms, by any of the regular packet ships, and drafts furnished for any amount payable at the National acd Provincial IJmk of Ireland, and at all the. princijial towns throughout the United Kingdom, on application as above. o23 r PACKET FOR HAVRE?Second Line?The KfJ?V?l'iP ONEIDA, James Kunck, master, will tail ou ?UGyft?.lhe 1st of November. BOYD & HINCKEN, No. 9 Tontine Building, Ho 12 re. corner Wall and Water streets. FOR MARSEILLES?Packet for 1st Novemlier? M^^VTlie ship COURIER, Capt. Duggan, oopiiered and JMaaHos^opiier l.isteueJ. For freight or passage, apply t? . S BROOM & CO., or to BOYD ?t HINCKEN, o!2 ec No. 9 'I'ontine BuiUiqg. FOR SAVANNAH?First Regular Packet with MnMfV<'esj>>atcli?The first class fast sailing shipLANCAjHMHta^'liu', Capt Lyons, burthen BM tous, v^ll sail a* above, tier regular day. Having very superior accommodations for cabin, second cabin and steerage passengers, those intending to embark should make immediate application ou board, foot of Dover St., or to JOSEPH McMURRAY, 100 Pine street, ollr corner of South. FOR NEW ORLEANS?First Packet 8hipkKKPWTo sail on Monday the 30th inst or passage free.?The jBiflilBfespleiiiliil fastsailing packet ship FRANCIS DEPAL', ('.apt. Nagory, will be des|>alched as above, her between decks is very spacious and airy and fitted up in every way for the comfort of 2d cabiu and steerage passengers, who will be taken at the lowest rates. Those wishing to secure berths will require to make early application on board the ship, at Murray's wharf, foot of Wall street, or to JOHN HERDMAN, 61 South street, near Wall street. N. B.?The subscriber has a regular succession of first class ships fur the above port by which passage can I* secured at the lowest rates. o2G r ifiS- HtOULAR PACKET FOR NEW ORLKANS rfflpSfV?The splendid last railing packet shin NORTH ?i&l?<:AK.OLlNA. Captain Pruinmoiid, win have immediate dispatch for the above port. The accommodations of this ship for cabin,second cabin, and steerage passengers, an? snch as cannot fail to ensure everv coinfort to passengers during lh? voyage, and the price of passage is very low, for which i mni'dute application shouldbe made ?n board at pier foot of Jones' lane, Hrit Wall street, or to W. & J. T. TAPSCOfT, At their General Passage Office, 43 Peck slip, corner Sonlh at. The ships of this line sail every five davs as usual. N. B.?The North Carolina can accommodate a few moio passengers in the second cabin, who will be respectably found at a very moderate raw. ol9 l'Jr NEW YORK fc BOSTON SOUN1J PILOT. P)WKN PRKSCOTT, Tilots, or takes charge as master and ^ pilot of vessels bound to New Btdlord, over Nantucket Shoals, Boston, Portsmouth, Portland, Kennebeck, and OTHER PORTS. Office at Krye It Shaw's Nautical store, 222 Water street, comer Beekman. Refereuca to a number of merchants and tne several Insurance Companies in this city, Boston. anH Portland Tvlfl <|mr BOOTS AND*SHOKS.?WILSON~lTjOHN 4PVsON, Successors to John Hatchings, deceased, have on hand and for sale, from the bast manufactories in the country? 100 C ases Coarse Sewed and Pegged Boots, men and boy*. 100 " Kine " " 1000 Pair Morocco Buskins. IllOO " Ladies' Kine Slippers. 3000 " Children's Shoes, various colors. 'Oil " Womeni and misses (falters. 1000 " India Kubbers, trimmed and plain. felor sale in lots to suit purchasers, at their store. 110 CHaTHAM STREET. opposite Rosevelt. N. B ?The store being open until 16 o'clock in the evening, gives country merchants an op|iortunity to txainine goods at their leixuTe, ?28 lm*m ^I-ADIPS' ANII"MISSEn' MHOKS. CHEAPER THAN EVER. T WALKER'S OLD STAND, 419 Broadway, where may lie fuund a complete assortment of all the ditlcrant kinds, colors, sorts and sizes, for ladies, misses and children, ( .liters, Boots, Buskins, Slippers, and walking shoes. Also, India Rubbers and Moccasins,and water proof over shoes of the latr-st style and fashion; ladies', misses' and children's (i,liters of all kinds and colors, in the greatest style and variety, ol all sizes and suited to all tastes; gentlemen s. boys' and children's boots and shoes, of French and native calf, c >arse and fine, in all their variety, ready made or made to order, at the shortest notice. O-utlemen'sovershoes, and an innumerable assortment of other Roods, at WALK ER'S, 419 Broadway, corner of Canal st. N. B.?Heads ol families, by patronixiug this estiblisliinent, will find a saving of 23 to 30 per cent. oS lm*w ~jjaa BOOT AND BHOE STORE. 41JOHN READY respectfully informs his friends tncthe public, that he h;u commenced business in the ab(*e line, at No. 99 Nassau street, where he will thankfully receive ind faithfully eiecute, all onleri he may be (avored with ou tl.e no?t r*nantM?hl* f#rmi for cmh. j v2?r PttEMIUM WOK A ~HbDS TKAIH. M" JVJc.OHA.VV8 PATKNT KXTKN8ION BOKA.-Thi? * " article u io well known to the public, and it. advai)Mgr? nave been ?o inconlnlihly proved, (hut the inventor deem. it Jiitiece..ary to make farther comtn*nt. Ht woald, however, t?eg leave io refer to the few following highly reapectable gen tli-infii who have thi.e aofaa uow in at , u to their convenience md utility :? K.l-rreiideutVAn Dnreo, Kinderhonk, V T. June* It. Whiting, Di.trict Attorney, i.o. Hon. 1.1. tamkn-leng, . Hon. Senator Praiton, ft. C. ?r?m of rrim'- w"d k *??. \ y. Col.Croaby, 5 ' Kev Dr Nott, Sc.ienectady, A thouiand more name*could he given of gen'lentii and Indie. of the tittt reapecubilitT il it were ...c^alyneed, only to lie ?'-en to lie itaovrii be?t recommendation. A' livreoua WI.IUOR to imrchaae .ofw .of, bed;te?U. reclining ,C rocking ; chain, are rwpectfully llmtwl ,or^|tt (tJ j|* " e'eon I door ab-ve Omul atreet. N. B. The above iofa ha* l>eeu awarded, u premium. at the ranont Fain where it ha. been e?hihit?d, one gold medai tht-e liver medal., and an diploma*. 46S Broadway, aecond door tbove thud atreet. og |m?m nKMOVAL.?ludia Rubber 8ho? and Over 8ho*.?Ja.t raIV ceivid from our uctory, for fall trade, a large aa.ortment of India Wubber Mhoet, con.i.ting of plain and luured lined and furred rubber.; gent, elaatic upiwf ovrr.hoea; l<die?' aUjtic npoer atudala, toatner and rubber aolea; ladie.' fur aud ribbon bullnd Oreeiana and Huikiui; ladies elaatic quilted ailk over?h(x*?, uew ?tv!<*; K0l0??li0??. ?iid various >tylea of miiaea' ud children's shoe*. winch we offer at the latest reduced price*. JO, 00(1 pairs ladiea' and men'? rubber shoes, figured and plain, by the raie, or trimmed ami cleaned by the doxeu. J000 pain ladiea' lined aud fur bound rubber*, MwcVsuUare mjii<>?ted to eiainioe the stock at'our new store, No t"i Maiden l.aue. HOItACK H. DAY, H?:cenor to Koibarv I. R. Co. M Imr ?' >1 I COTTON DUCK?An uaortmcnt of K*lra AinnCAii Tilol Duck, No* 1 to J, fgrsilebv ?. K. COLLINS fc CO., oXt * Stouih iimi. 1 wmmtammw 1 imitti W YC YORK. THURSDAY MC LUCINA CORDIAL. OB THE ELIXIR oe' LOVE J|M>ldeK lim?, amoug tha Jewi, ^ Whose first, by Kate's unkindly doou), No children bora to blest bit home. A (dieted thus, the Roman matron Prav'ed to Lucine, the midwife's patron; Kgyptian wives, in tuch a critit, Called to their aid the Prieitt of Isit; Aud even now. the meek HindooWarm as her clime, and tender, too? It childless twelve months from her bridal Flies weeping to her senseless idol, And with raised hands, in acceuts wild, Petitions Brnmah for a child; Kor well she kuowi. Love shunt Co bleu The Hindoo bed of barrvimus. 80 much for love in dayt by-gone, Aud savage customs in our own; But say, even now. does Lore's coinmunioa Bless in ovr iand, a sterile union I No. oft times conjugal felicity, h thus disturbed?ay, e'eu in this city Yet may the barren, if they try The means "increase and multiply," With "Lovs's Elixir" for her friend. The childloss wife's repining* end. But not the procrrative power Ai.onk, is tnis Liixir's dower. Consumption's ill:i it will prevent, With vigor cloth.) the impotent; Suppress a (fleet, whalt Vr its date, And all life's functions renovate; Eruptions from the tuiu it chaser, Aud brings b'ick beauty and the l'races; 'Tis woman's tiust?and ne'er deceives bar From Fluor Albus it relieves her, Ami each disease, (with proper care, too,) Her fair and fragile form is heir to. The?e arc but TUtmit, who calls them Acttoa Shall have slt'ru proof in contradiction, Letters?all forms of attestation? From the savans of every natiou; With grateful missives from all quarters, Penned by Disease and Quackery\ martyrs. Thousand* who lay, with Muttering breath. Almost within the jaws of death; Now in their nightly prayers re[>eat, Thanks to Life's friend, in Nassau street, Anu sometimes names the very number? "Ninety-two Nassau"?even in their slumber? Or, dreaming of Diseases ordeal, Cry 1 Ait for the "Lucina Cordial." Persons oidering this medicine from the country, by sending a remittance, can nave it boxed up and sent to any part of the Union. Price S3 |*r bottle, or |24 per delta. Also for sale at No. 9t North 8th ?t. Philadelphia. old lm*m DM. H F. N RIQU K8, 41 William street, respectfully anS nounces to his friends and the public that lie has coii2 stautlyou hand the following choice brands of Begars, warj ranted geuuiue and of the lirst quality :? La Norma. La Cabaua. ? Rionda. Yugenuidad, Noriegas (of a most superior quality.) La Ksparanza. I'o. i.uiuion ?le(j?r," small tine. Pauetelas, of a most superior quality. Prima vara. !)e Moya. Esparteros. Regalias (of the Norma brand.) King Kegalia. Uuwn do. C^balleroi. Priucii>es (of ilia favorite brands of Jurto Sana, Hendons and Cruz.) dmolters would do well to call belon? purchasing elaewhere, as the tastes of the inoat faatidioua Can alwas a be auited >t thia eatabkaliment. ol2 lmr* FRENCH (JM1NA. No. 4 SOUTH WILLIAM STREET, Up Stairs. ADALKSMK, Importer and Agent for Manufacturer!, baa always on hand a large aaaortmeat for dinner and tea aeta in plain white and gilt Freuch Porcelaiu, as well aa dinner and dessert of all sizes, assorted dishes, soup turesnia, covered dishes, aal'id bowls, fruit baskets, custards and stands. Also, Tea and Chocolate Ware, Greek, French and Ainerican aliape. All the !> tides are warranted of the best quality, and to be aold on liberal terma.and ill lots to suit purchasers a27 fim'ec XXTATCHES.?The largest and moat aplenttiu assortment of Watches in the city, is to be found at the subscriber's.? As he is constantly receiving all deacriptiona of (Jold aud Silver Watchea, of the ueweat stylea, direct from the manufacturer*, in tjntilaud, France, and Switzerland, he is enabled to offer a larger assortment, aud at much less prices, at retail, tiiau any oilier house iu the city, Hold watches as low aa $20 to $25 each- Watches aud jewellery exchanged or bought. All waKhes warranted to keep good time, or the money returued. Watches, clocks and jewellery repaired iu the beat mauuer, tad warranted lownr thau at any other place iu the city O. C. ALLEN, importer of watches and jewellery, o7 loi'r Wholesale and retail, 30 Wall street, up stairs. TO THE PUBLIC. (1?1 f\f\ TO $5000.?Mr. Francis II Crump, Watch Maker, ?JP 24B Grand atreet, bega to ialorm hia friesida aud the public, that independent of the Watch husiuesa, ha is prepared to make advaucea iu cash on gold aud aifver walcliea.diainuuda, ailver tea aeta, apooua. forka, aud every deacription of gold or ailver in any shape, intended for immediate sale, (.'ash to any aiaouut paid for old gold and ailver. Watches v.f every dearription repaired and warranted. 24h Grand atreet. all3m*r WM T TKNNINtiS .te C.() rjRAPKKS AND TAILORS, 231 Broadway, American L/ Hotel, opposite the Fountain, solicit attention to ail assortment of seasonable goods, including Clotlia, Cassiint'res, Vestingi, Sic., iu all the new and various styles, under the assurance that tlie system of " imall profits and quick returns," which lias elicited so^iberal a patronage, will be cnutinued, while our arsangemenCs are auch as will enable as to fill all orders iu future with promptness. A feature in the establishment, which must commend it to those reoninug articles for immediate use, is the addition to onr stock, of au assortment of lirst quality ready made Oarmeats, consisting of Surtonts, Frocks, Dress Coati, Pantaloons, Vesta, Oflc* Coattt Travelling Frocks, Dressing Ouwns, &?. A choice collection ot Silk and Satin Scarfs, Cravats, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Suspenders, Hosiery, Under Shirts, Drawers, Mnshn Shirts, Collars, lie. At prices which must offer inducements to purchasers jyS4 Jm*ee ON KXCHANOK AGAIN?"RETURN* TO THK OLD STAND. 'T'HK undersigned, after a seven years'experienca of the evil ^ effects resulting from large stores and larger rents, is happy to inform his numerous customers and the community generally, that he has effected (thanks to a conscientioHs landlord) a lease of of his old stand. No. 4, (formerly J) Wall street, Mortimer Bui4dings, corner of New street, and for many years celebrated by Ins well known SKIN OF THK GOLDEN FLEECE?a beacon to all who are in quest of good cheap and liu.. lonau le g lrmej j ts. Tosuch of hii old patroni who may have loit sight of him during hii wanderings, he invites their muni to the Old Spot, with the assurance of a strict adherence to his well established lame for skill aud punctuality. Of the public generally he soicitsa call, being prepared with an assortment of fine and seasonable cloths, cassiinera, vestings, die. Sic., which he will be happy to make up in the moat faithful manner, and ou reasonable charges, for Cash Only. The same care aud attention bestowed on makiug and tritnuiiuK, as when the cloth is purchasj edofhim. C. B. Babcock continues iu the cutting depart? nient. C HARLE3 COX. >2i) 1 in r Sign of the Golden Flere.lNo. 4 Walllst DEPOT OK GENTLEMEN'S FANCY DRESS ARTICLES. READY MADE LINENS. UNDER GARMENTS, kc.lw. rPHE Subscriber would call the attention oftheir patrons and J- strangers visiting this city, to their rich and extensive assortment of stocks, scarfs, cravats, gloves, suspenders, pocket handkerchiefs, dressing gowns, hosiery, lambs wool, merino, silk, cotton, Berlin, bucltskiu and other under shirts and drawers Their assortment of the above goods, and all other article* appertaining to a gentleman's wardrobe are rich, varied, tuid extensive, aud well wWthy the attention of the fashionable community, they would particularly recommend their new style of gentlemen's shirts, u containing many improvements. The shirts at present manufactured by them, are cut to suit the form of the wearer, thereby doing away with the large overplus of linen used under the old system of cutting, and adding not only to the comfort of the wearer, bnt to tlie beauty of the form. This improvement was so manifest to the Judges of the late fair at the American Institute, that the first premium was warded to the subscribes; their patentelastic Brace is particularly recommended to all persons 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 birk, aud expand the chest, and will be found of uo impediment to the free use o I the arms. They would also call attention to their patent elastic Rnssia or riding belt. Gentlemen may depend ou being suited with the host and most fashionable articles, by calliug at th<> old establishment ot PARSELLS fc AGATE, an M 3m#ee 1ST Broadway, corner of Park plaee. D. M. PEYSER. A; CO., VTO. lit William street, comer of John stnvt, and 437 Itroadway have received, by recent arrivuls, au extensive supply of the following FANCY GOODS, which were carefully selected by a competent Person at Paris, Bsrliu, Sic., aud wnich they offer for sal?, in wholesale aud retail, on liberal terms, viz:? Berlin Zephyr and German Woisted?the most complete assorting t. Berliu Embroidery Patterns?a choice selection. Canvass for Embroidery, of cotton, worsted, linea, silk, gold andsnver, of all widths and qualities. Silk Chenille, for embroidery, trimming aud flower making. Pursi Twist, German, French and English, plain and shaded, in skeins,sticks, and on spools. Floss Hlk for Embroidery and Fringe makers, in skeins aad on spool* ?u?i?n-rr?, superoiy euiDroiaerec, ami fuspenoer Trimmings. Gold, Silver and Html Beadi, in nil Not. Mother ol Pearl, Gold, Silver and Steel Parse Onumcnti. liold and Silver Fringe, Braid, Cord, Twin, Thread and Tassels. Kinbroidery Krunn, ind a variety ol did.-rent Kaney Artist. Artificial Klowen?? choice selection. Fringes,of rotton, worsted and (ilk, im^ort'd and demetti* Oimi*, Taisnlt, Buttons wii nil oilier kind of trimming. jy 17 3m*ee OPENING OF THE FALL FASHIONS, AT THK MAUAZIN UK MODES, No. 60 I 'ANA!. S rR?:KT. A CAUD-TO THK LADIES OK KASHION-MAi*. DAME BKHllSlAN begs most res|wctfultv to inform her friend* and customers that the has weired, by the last arrivals from Paris, Iter fall and winter fashions, and >lie flatters herself that the same will stand unrivalled in the city. The fashions consist of the following lull and entire new stylet cot. Uncut, plain, watered, and changeable velvet bonnets, do iilk, *iein mode .ind >1111Itnl hats, ol an entire novel description, in ladies', nillH , and children' sites. Also, a complete assortment of caps and If-ad dresses, Paris rilihona, artificial flowers, feather*, and hair ornaments of tlir I wit artists in Paris. Madame 11. solicits the ladies to favor hei wit'i an early call ami examine for themselves. Magaxiu de Modes. (Ml f'anal street. o3 lm*r r< KNTLKMEN'S LICIT OKK WAHUKOHK]?Oentlej W men or fainiliei deairoui of converting Mr left off wear-" injr apparel into caili, can obtain lor the aame the lu(lm( ra?h pn_e?. . , , . , . . 'l o familie* and gentlemen quilling the city, or shanking re?idence, having any ii|vrtluou* ettecta (o diipoie of, will hud i( much lo their adv.uiUge to tend for the nubvcnher, who will attend them at tiieir revulence by appointment. H. LEVETT, No. 6 John itreet. New ^ orlc. A line through the Po?t Office, or otherwise, will receive prompt attention. <y|<OTHINO cleaned. altered and n-|*iired. oU lm'ec nOAL-Uar. Nat Si*# ?tov-- H.MJ. and frmh Urokeu ^and Kug $3 2^ |?>r ton. of tlie be?t I'eacli Orchard A?h. well eiwued, writhr4 bva city weigher and delivered free or c?r?, *** A redaction^) ttcmii r?r ton if taken from the boaltt . a a . PETEH CLINTON, corner ol Kinf BRgwwBBH'.iumi. -J.' ..f^mmasmes RK I )RNINCJ. OCTOBER 26, ENGLISH ADVERTISEMENTS. THE NEW YORK ? reicularlv tiled in London bv Mr. PL. SIMMOND9, Agent for the American Paperi, Brituh and Koreiirn New?pa|ier OHice, 18 Coruhill, London, opinmU- llie Royal Kxchaiiijc, w litre ordenaud advertntement* will be received. ?28tfr ""generalTagenc7and"commission OFFICE. IS CORNHILL, LONDON, OPPOSITE THE ROYAL EXCHANGE. fj1!! MERCHANTS^Commercial_Newg Room?, Public Li - ui iiin, nj.nuuui.1 .r.ui IfllfJ.VMtlCers Ol trie UUIteQ Btates, Print* . Publishers of Newspapeti, Sic. P. L. 81 MM ON US, Ufnrnl Agent and < 'ornmission Merchant, begs to acquaint hi* frit-uds anil the American public in general ,thst he i> ready to receive orders for the supply ol Newspapers, Periodicals, Stationery, Printing Materials, h v'y Article*, fcc. of any kind and quantity, and Roods of every description of first rale quality at the very lowest market prices ol the day, and to transact business upon the most libeial terms, proriued lie ia previously furuii'ied with funds or drafts at either long or short oales, or a reference ou suuie London or Ll verpool house for payment P. L. Simmouds will also receive consignments of any description of merchandize to be sold on commission, and accept bills at short dates for two thirds of the amount, on receipt of the bills of lading. Consignments entrusted to his care will mift with everv possible despntch in their dis|>r.snl, consistent with the iutereat of the c?iisiguee^: an extensive kuowlcdge of general business coupled with promptitude,attention and judgemeut, will lie trusts enable him to give complete satisfaction U> all wlio may favor him with their commands. Reference may be Made in New York to James Gordon Eenuelt, E?ii., Proprietor of the Herald,who is personally acquainted with Mr.Kiuimondj .and the nature aud axteut of his ratiblishinent. s2lll f r to newspaper~agent8 andT'ubLTsheusIn the united states. THOSE eiclleiit Illustrated Newspaper*, The Pictorial Tunis, and Illustrated Londou News, are supplied at 7s 6d sterling per qr. Puuch at 4s fid per qr, and all the London and Foreign Newspa|>ers as they ap|H>ar are regularly supplied, wholesale and retail, by P. L. 8IMMOND8, Newspaper and Periodical Agent, ID Comhill, London. Subscriptions in advance, may be paid into the Herald Office, on .Mr. Simmonds' account. Advertisements received for insertion in all the London, Country and Foreign Journals. s28tf tITNDON-ST. (CATHERINE'S HOTEL, opiwsite the St. Katherine'* Dock Gates, and near the Royal Mint.? THOMAS LENN EY, late Chief Steward ol the British Queen Steamship, resl>ert( ully informs his friends in the United States that he has the mn i:?|(p?ii<"0'. of liie ahove new and elegant establishment, which is fiuiitand furnished regardless of expense, and is in every respect adapted for the reception of families and Sentlemen v is Hi i>?r England, as the holel fronts that part of the oek in which the liners and most of the other American vessels lay, and is wM> in five minutes walk of the Bank aud Royal Exchange. The house will be conducted on liberal and economical principle The coffee room is supplied w ith the Lou don, Anii'rlCMl, r?n! Indian ami culouian papers. '11 If viand*, wines, Sic,, ait ol the first ijuality. A good billiard room and warm balhi will I* foiuid in the liotue. iieutleman may contract by the week or mouth for board, Die., on the same terms as in America. T. LENNEY begs to assure those who may honor him with their patronage that nothing shall lie wanting to render them cotnlcrtable, and by attention to the wishes of hit guests, ho|ies to merit that confidence and good v\ ill so liberally bestowed on him when steward of the British Queen. ?29 eod Itnr BATTERY AND PHILADELPHIA HOTEL. THE SUBSCRIBER is now prepared to make .in ingemeiits with familut or single gentlemen, for board during the winter, on the moat reasonable terms. N.B.?The terms for transient boarders remain at the usual price, Si JO per day. M. PKTTET, _o23 6t*r HA VAN A MANSION HOUSE HOTEL HPIIE undersigned ukes occasion to inform hii friends and -I the public, that the Mansion House is now located in Inquisidor street, No. 67. in the vicinitj ol 'th? steamboat landiug and vegetable market, having commodious family apartments, arranged iu the ueatest order. A person is employed to procure permits to land passengers, baggage, Htc. who will board vessels immediately after the visit ol tlie revenue officers. N. B.?Visitors to this Island should procure a passport from the Spanish Consnl, atttie port of embarkation, to obviate difficulties and iucouveniuuce. s2l Guiec WILLIAM FULTON. PHILADELPHIA DAGUKHIIEOTYPE ESTABLISHMENT, KXGHAGE BUILDING, ROOMS 26 AND V. TIIK Subscriber has received a large supply of VoigtlandTs' celebrated Daguerreotype Appartus, large aud sin <11 sues, with achromatic lenses made according to Professor I'etxval's calculation. Also a new supply of best plates and chemicals, which he warrautu good aud sells at reduced prices. The following gentlemen have ayreed to act as agents, via? E. White, Esq., 175 Broadway New York P. Haa*. hs<|, Washington, D. C. Dr. A. Caspari, Richmond, Va. a. Broadbeut, Esq, lor the Southern States. Win. We?t, Esq, Cincinnati, Ohio. AH communications (post paid) and orders, accompanied with remittances, will he promptly attended to. and should be directed to WILLIAM LAUOENHEIM, ol7 3m*r Exchange Buildings, Philadelphia M <\c>S A C H U S rl'd HAY OYSTERS?16B>? Kulton street, opposite! 8t. Paul's.? NAPOLEON COURTIN takes pleasure in iuformiug those oersons who have hprptofnrp honored him with thnir n.-, tronage, And those who are willing to continue the same favor, that the Massachusetts Bay Oysters have recovered with the cold weather their fresh and delicious flavor no peculiar to then), and w Inch has given them the name ol'oyiters of ( 'aucale, that hi* saloon, recently ?o elegantly fitted lip, otiers the most quiet and comfortable accommodations. There will always be found in it a choice collection of the following wines, viz: Chablis. Sautenie, (irare, Uarsac. Hermitage, aparkliuie and still Mock, Champagne, Chainliertin, Poininard, Volney, Lafitte, Larroze, Leoville, St. Juiien.Sto., and all aoru of foreign wine* and cordial*. He keeps constantly ou liaud the above wines, iti the cask or box, togetlrr with Preserves, Sweet Oil and Kreacts* iu??>r. Goods purchased from hi* establishment are sent l;? otcncge to any |>ait of the city. Oysters will be sent to the.-s ideuce of purchasers, (if required) and opened by one of the li'u ilanu o the establishment*. o2 lSD?ee L. BAR ON TO, ARTIST, in Alabaster. Marble, Scagliola, Sic., from Italy Kes|>ectfully invites the gentry, the inhabitant*, shopkeeper*. Uataars, country dealers and the public in general, to see Ilia Museum of Art*, No. 23 Orchard street, (between Oraud and division streets,) which is uowo|?u for inspection, with a splendid assortment of Italian aiid t.nglish omament* ill Alabaster, black marble, *par, agata, yellow stoue, stalactite, red and various other marbles, verde di prato, granite, lie., 4tc. consisting of various size* of groups. figure*, bust*, tazze*, Hebe ewers, Ktruscan vases, candlesticks, ta|>ers, )>en tray*, ink stands, watch cases, clock stands, time pieces, spill pots, urns, antique lamps, shell vases, oval vases, bottlus, groups and single dogs, tables, lloreutine baskets, bulls, cows, lious, broaches, necklaces, obelisks, liell vases, gozzolv vase*, ring va*e*, paper weights, ring stands, card boxes, snuff boxes, birds nests, ainiantus, punting* of Mount Vesuvius, of Naples; books on conchology. mineralogy, geology, marine botanist, Sic. lie. Price of article* from 12>4 cents to $100. Cleaning and repairing of every description ou moderate terms. Admission free. s30 6w* r B" TTiNCAIlO'H PATENT STATUE WOOD fc COAL STOVKS?lor halls, pirlors, offices, stores, steimboats, tic. Kor beauty, comfort and economy are not equalled by any stove mi the United States These stoves are a Statue of VVashing ton the Father of our conntry, surinminting two pedestals, one for wi od and ihe o. her for coal. The one lor wood is con stracteil for alive and dumb stove combined, and for a live stove only. Th? fire chambt-r in th? pedestal is coustiucfed in such a manner that the fire, by means of a revertable plate or partition in the stove, causes the heat to circulate through the entire height "f the statue, iviuga large and he m tifu 1 radiating surface. They have alio a hot air chamber attached, end every thing being arranged on the niont scientific principle For general utility they c.innot fail to give satisfaction. The mbscriber invi ei the attention of those about purchasing to call anff satisfy themselves of the above facr?. rhey can be seen in operation daily and for sale only in the city at lit Grand street, one door east of Broadway. JAMK8 HINDS, oil lm*m CHEAP CASH TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT. 301 PEARL STREET, LATK. 10B BEEKMAN THK Subn-riber. wejl known for the cheapness and durability of hit worn, desires to inform hit patrons and tlie piih1 ic, that lie is now, to suit the economical tendency of lli? limes, making garments of the very best quality at a reduction of twenty per cent from former prices .anil less, it is believed, by tweu'y pe cent than garments of the stun* quality are made by th* cheap houses in this city. In order that aeutlemeu may understand wlnt is meant by cheapness, ihe following hill of piiccs is submitted to tli?ir consideration, with a guarantee that ihe uood. shall be of the lirst rate Quality, and th>- lit iinesceptionabU-. .Superior Weat of Kngland Cloth Coats $l-> to 16 Pants of black or lancy double milled caas- J to 7 Vests, of silk, satin, &< 2^ to i Making and Illinium* in the last style, at the following prices:? Co.its pili to 8 I'autsand Vests |U to All orders etei-nted w ith punctuality and dispatch. Superior Beaver Overcoats from Si2 t" or, lm?r JOHN MOFFAT. _ ONTARIO BANK DIVIDEND.-Twenty |*r cent on the capital stock of this Hank will lie paid to the Stockholders on the 1st day of November nest, out of the surplus profits of the office at Caimudaigua, ill li' U of the ordinal y semi-am ual dividend due on that diy. Stockholder* who reside at ihe Kaat will be paid at the Mechanics' Binli in the City of New Vork Albany Stockholders will be |>aid at the Albany City Hank Stockholders residing in ITtira will be paid at tne Branch in Utici. Stockholders west of Utica at the Bvikfn* House in Canandaigua. The transfer books will be closed on the 21st in stant for ten days By order of the President and Directors, H. B. OIBSON, Cashier. Canandaigua, Oct._5, I8IJ. 08 to NI * r J. SORIAS CHEAP DYEING ESTABLISHMENT. MR SOHIA beta leave respectfully to inform hi? friendi and tin' public in general that owing to the dciireaicd *Ut? of tii? time*, Ik- hai ridnced hn price ii per cent below the regnlar chargca. L.iJh ? wiahing their aaminer dreaa<-?, ahawla, he. dyed or preaaed, will find it inarh to their advantage by paying him a viait. OenUemeu will alao do well to call with auch articlea of wearing apparel a* may need dyeing or preaaing. All ordera will be punctually attended to, and the article* done up in the be?t atyle at Soria'a eatabliabment, No. 490 Pearl at. Hi* bmnchea are at No *47 Bleecker at., No 3S2 Bowery, and at 357 Oraiid it. Alao a branch at 49 Kultou at. BrookUu, and at Newark, N. J., corner of Broad it, and Waahington Place. Mwchain* can have all kiuda of gooda dyed and pat up iu theiroriginal forma, and on moderate terma. Principal omCf 4f0 rairl vt au3fl3tn*ec TO MILLINERS LYON & KINd. fiARLKI.VU, the cp'ebrated Tuacan Hit Manufictiirer, * ' moat reapeotfully informa Ina kind frienda and patrona, that he li.n aaaoci'ited linnaelf wilh Mr. Joseph Lyo>i, (late from Paria) and h??e established themaelvea at Mo 37 John atreet, (under the firm of Lyon and King) where they have a inoat apUndid aMortm<mt of Paria Millinery Aitic'ea, auittble fur the nailing aenaim 'I'll- above atock conaiata of an elegant aaiort ment of Toacan and Htraw llata, ricn Silk Velvrta, rich Velvet llibboiia. Lii'eatrtllg and Satin Kihhonda, all lall colora? L'n ?4<|| l< 111 w i r 4. Ki'itlirn: ill fiittr* nuiir atvL nf ?4tlba evfry other article in the Millinery line. Mrun. L i K. would al|t ?uM th?l tlif above good* htve bcmi porchiaed for ca?h (direct froin tli* manufacturer*) nid will be 10I1I at * ntnall advance on co?t to ilioie who miv be pleaaed to Itvor tliMn with a call. or. Ini'r I.VON *. KINO, 17 John .t , N. Y. A 8HBUKTON 8AUC fi?For enriching Sonpt, Kith, PoulIX try, Meat*, Willi howl, Hinif, Sic. Tliia Sauce 11 confidently recommended a* the beat off. red to the epicurean. 'J'o lie obi.i lied, whole?*le and retail .it J. VAN BKNBv^tKl'ITN'S, J7't Broidway, comer White stro-t, and whole ale at Mr. BK.NNKTT'H, 1% Front ?t, and ol' the proiirieior*. OSBORN fc TONE, ui'j lm*( CvurUiudl ?um. IERA 1843. City intelligence. Poller ?Wednriday, Oct JV?8i?4nu? Ciucom ?tai?cic.?On TuesJiiy alternoen, ruthor ihahbily drt*?All u/hitM man annli^il in Wall utrnul tn iivaral Kn.Iiuri ?n obtain small billi for a $1000 note ot Uie National Hank ol this city. Hi* appearance excited suspicion, and he wai requested by tho broker to whom ha lait offered it to step over to tha National Bank, which he did without reluctance. Officer Bowyer was then sent lor, and on enquiry, the white man said he had received the note from u colored man living in West Broadway. Bowyer proceeded immediately and arrested the coloro.l man, who gave the name of John Winrow. lie said that he had received the note from another colorrd man named Harry Tilnian, and also that he had in his possession another note of the sumo denomination, and on the sume bank, which had been sent with the first from Philadelphia, to be changed in this city, having, as it was sai<l, been found in(t he privy of the United states Hotel, in that city. The Mayor was then called in, and he ordeied officers Bawyarand McOrath to arrest Tilmiin, as also another colored man who had been seen watching the officers while in the transaction ofthe business, who gave the name ol Edward Augustus O- M. Lowndes, Biq , wus immediately despatched to Philadelphia to invesiigata the utfair. We understand that some few wet ks since sn elderly gentl?man, while on a visit t* this city on business, Irom tho aouth, drew a large sum of money lrom the National Bank, in one thousand dollar notes of that Institution. The effiir is, therefore, at preset.t enveloped in mystery, as he may have lost the money here mentioned. It may have been stolen Irom him, and, as wo understand that no communication has been nceived from him by his correspondents here since his departure, he may have been murdered and robbed ot the whole amount. A report frttm Mr. Lowndes will probably unravel the mystery. Pkhjurv and Subjhnatiow.?The colored barber, Henry 11 Tucker, ol 108 Centre street, who was induced by K. M. Peck, an Attorney-ut Law, to justify as bail before Recorder Tallmadge in the sum of $200, in order to oDtain the release of two thieves nameu Iliehard Martin and flos-trmi L'sat <>r< nliurtfa nf P..rlf tuaa <i<.atnr.l jk fi" -- - "/ arrested ou a charge ol perjury and commuted to prison to answer. Officer Welsh took an inventory of the pro. perty ol Tucker, which he had sworn before the Recorder to be worth over $'200, and made the following return giving the highest value to all the articleH claused in the inventory 14 I'late* in frames $6 (X) 1 Looking Glass 3 60 h Wooden Chairs. 'J (X) 1 Uarber'i Chair 4 00 1 Table 1 00 1 Lamp '2 10 '2 Hollers for Towels 75 8 Razors . .8 00 3 I'air of Shears. 60 1 Window Shado 1 '26 1 Bather Pole 4 ?0 1 Small do 60 3 Washbowls, stands, Sic 0 00 1 Clothes Stand I 00 Total, $42 00 A colored man,from whom Tucker purchased the ahove articles, testified before the Police that they were sold lor $'26. On concluding this inventory, and after obtaining confession from Tucker ot thu participation of Peck, officer Welsh made ail affidavit, of which the fol lowing is theconcltision " That said Tucker has committed willuj and corrupt perjuiyin making theaforesaid affidavit before the Recorder, and from circumstances and statement* made to deponent, as well as from (acts in the case, he verily believes that said Tucker was induced to swear by Ehene xer M Peck, for the purpose of bailing his clients, said Martin and Fishsr " Officer Jan es L. Smith, alter stating in an affidavit that he arrested the two thieves, Martin and Fisher, who were committed by Justice Stevens,testifies in conclusion as folio wi " And that from the facts and circumstances ol the whole transaction, this deponent verily beliwves that said Tucker was induced te swear before the Recor der, by Ebenezer M. Peck, (or the purpose of liberating said Martin and Fisher, his clients, without any regard to the sanctity of an oath." The testimony in the caie; being ro conclusive, a warrant was issued for the apprehension ol Peck, to answer the chargo at the Conrt ol General Sessions. This proceeding will have a tendency to partially check the o dious and illegal system of straw bail, recently so exten sively practised about the Tombs by some of the so called "Skinners" There are some few others who prowl about that region acting as bail masters, cappers in and drummers up, whose rascalities will belully exposed as toon as certain affidavits are obtained. Since the above wai written, Tucker was brought from the prison for examination, attended br counsel, when he made the following gfjtemcnt before Justice Steven* Q?What ii your are, place of birth, residence, and what do you do lor a living 1 A ?I am 3'J yearn old, wan bom in the island of Bermuda, live at No. 109 Centre street, and am a barber, which I now fallow for a living. Q?Did you. on the 33d of October instant, become surety or bail for Richard Martin and George Fisher, before the Reoorder of the city ? A?I did, sir. Q?Did you on that occasion swear that you were worth the sum of $.200, over and above all dues, debt* and demands against you, and that your property consisted ol stock in your business, in your shop; and is the signature now shown you, the same that you wrote when you so swore 1 A?Yes, sir, I did so swear, and the signature is mine; I was called on in my shep by Mr. Ebentzer M. P^ck rn the morning ol the 'i3d ol October instant, who requesteJ me to go bail for these persons. He told me the bail was one hundred dollars each; 1 told him 1 was not worth the amount of $'200; he then asked me if I had any clothing; I replied that I had a pretty good stock of clothe*, and that I also had a gun and n rifle, but that was not here. Ilo again asked me If I would take $-200 (or all I had. I replied no,when Peck said,"Damn it that's good enough, conn; along with me," perhaps they wilW not swear you but if they do. the nature ol the oath consis's in what you are worth. 1 repeated to him, going down to the Recorder's otfice, that I was nat woith ('200, when Peek said to me," that it was all rieht," and told me he would do nothing to harm me. 1 said that 1 had never done any thing like this before and would not know what to say to questions asked m?, when he said that all 1 had tony was that my stock was worth (000. Hn also said to me that ho ivntiKI tnu rimtom unH bllnti/ m* (nr flirt (imt> thai I would lose in locking up mv shop. I did not consider myself, independent ol my wearing apparel, to be worth (200, and I told bun so before I was sworn. 1 hare received nothing from Mr. Peck for becoming hail, neither wss I promised anything, except that he promised to pay m? for shutting up my shop, for which he has not paidj: no amount ?t money was mentioned. Mr. Perk called on me tbi? morning and told me to say to the clB MH that were taking the inventory of my property, tbat I had removed some ol the propei ty, and also that I had money, and a No that I must set a high value on the things that I had. I havo not removed any propery Irom m> shop, neither huve I any money. I was not induced hj jny police officer or any other person to make the atlida vit which I did yesterday. 1 did it voluntarily, and it is trim in every particular. HENRY H.TUCKER. Taken before me, Oct 36th, 1843. E. Stf.viks, Special Justice. Touchcd and Took?One Johnny William*, who dislikes to tell where he live*, was coaxed into a house in Water street near Peck slip on Tuesday night, t.y au arch cypriannamed Ann Cartoil, and alter being nicely drug ged with beer and opium, was relieved of tiineaovereigiif and fti in silver, which kind been placed in a belt around his bojy. which was nicely cut ia twain to rftect the purpose. Ann was fully committed to ana wet. Yousg Rooucs ?Theodore Lowery alias Oeerjt WiIkes and Prtei D.ipnw ..lias t'urley, was arrested ) ?? terdxy nndtully committed fur a'eulm< a diamond cloth ssck coat, belonging to Morna Knight, of 137J Greenwich street, which was found on the hack ol Depew ; and also >or stealing a number of ailk worked scans, from Hxmuei Torre na. Daki-vo Biboiabv in Ann STarnT ? Store No. 43 Ann street, occupied by Robert Campbell, waa entered on Tuesday night, and robbed of goods of coniideranl* value, principally cloths and vestings. Coroner's Office ? Wednesdav, Oct. '34 ? Muicidc ? A young Gwaian woman, ag>d uhotit 33 years, named Eva Holleimar., who has been laboring for sever* months under a religious monomania, committed stiicldon Tuesday by taking a quantity ol oil ol vitiiil. 8h> swallow, d >he poison on the 13 li inst.but lingered in mi-ery until yesterday. wh<n she died, previously con testing that she had been the mean* ot her d?.<th, although she at first resolutely denied having taken poi son. Bhe resided with her brother at 178 Kmsyth street The coroner's Jury tendered a vtrdiet in accordance with these facta. Circuit Court. Before Judge Kent. Oc*. 9ft Jamt? vi. Hterher Qr Ftnton ?The Court was occupied dm ini the entire day in hearing the con. oluding testimony oUhedelence in th'icase. Thecunnsel will sum up at the opetiineol the court today. naituaar jor i nursaay.? vs, n, ? 107,108,110,113, 113, 114, 18, 31, 19, 91, 04, 74, 101, 43i 39, 104,109. Superior Court. Before Chief Ju?tice Jonet. Oct. 34.? Mnlhtw Jlrm$liong v$. Samutl Moody and ?Ae?ifi<r Minify ?Thi? w?* an nction of trrapMa. 'I he defendant! fire <leateri in logi and heavy tintier used in the corntrticting of wharvea anal docki. It appear* thai the raft* an t rem l? t mployed in bringing inch log? .town the North livet wi re laid acrnn* the aventiea leading to the lot on which the plaintiff alto lifcd log* deposited Several application* were made to the d< feiulanta, to re move the vtaaela, but they refuted, and tltia action is brought to recover damagnfor lo? auatained incomefllM*. The defence confuted iu objection* to the legality of 'he water gi ant by the Corporation of New York to the heir* of the Clarice entate, whole tinam the plaintiff ia. The jury rtAurntd a v< rdict iu favor ol the plaintiff lor (180. ? For plaintiff, Stephen J Field, For defendant, W.J. Haakatt, E?.j. Klrat Ilrnnch. Belore Judge Oakley. Oct. 35.? Slant 4r?. Tht Guardian Inturant-t Ofirt ? Thia ca<? will be continued tomorrow at tt>e opening of the court. Calendar far Thurtday?No? 10, JO, HI, 12J, # Wi 43, Jt>, 34,70, *), 13,33, 34, 8, eS?, 1?, 13, #4 ?ai IjD. Pr?e? Two Cent* Common Pleas. (Before Judge Ingraham. Oct J6.? Kiitabttk (am/itell T?. Van Brtmm. ?Thii in an action for impriao' ment. Tha circumitnncea of the raa? arena followiIn the month of May laat, th<- plaintiff paid a morning Tiiit to tha grocery itortof the defendant, and preaentinjr n $& billon the Otaego Bank nt ('ooperntown, rrqupttfd him to exchange it for one 01 equal vaiur, a? no uan iu ymj ; >vno mv.?,, and diil not wish to let that bill go out of her possession, that she would call in the evening and redeem It. The defeudant did exchanged, hut subsequently became euepiciou* ot its gauuineneKf,called etthebouae of the plaintiff' and told lier of bin suspicions, asking her to redeem the (till with good money. She endeavored to anateh the hill from hia hand,but only succeeded in tearing a corner otf. which wax recovered. An officer wa? aunt for, and she was committed by Justice Taylor at the upper pollca. When the pipers camo before the Grand Jury, there wae a difference ol opinion as to the bill, and a committee waa appointed with the foreman to ascertain by Inquiring ita value. The teller of the American Eachauge Bank, and a broker named Umith, wore somewhat doubtful of ita genuineness, hut would not re use it, as the signatnrta were good, though iho engi aving and general appearance ol tlio bill wiia such as to give a duubt'ul character to It. The complaint waa accordingly dismissed by the Orand Jury. The defence set up the general had > haracter of the plaintitf, who it appear? had been mi rested on three Beveral charges of Koneyarkin^, but by sonre quibble or other managed to escuro trial. Several police officers were exuuiiur?l,liul Judge Lynch,counael for thn pluintitf, dec lined rrosK<'Xui.nujnj( them, observing that " it *u nly police tettimony I" Tho Court charged that the inert; arre>t wua not to 1>h entertained to the pr<Judice of tbn ulaintiri unI?-kh that a OCDViOtiOB bad been had, and if the jmy believod tbut malice had been pr?ved to their aiitiiducliou. that the plairititt wa? entitled to a verdirt. The jury returned a v> rdict in lavor of the plaintiff, in (i cents damxpei and d cent* co?t?. For plairititt, Judge Lynch and Mr. MeKav. Far defendant, N B Blunt, K*q. Calendar for Thursday?13, CO, SI, 61, 83, 86, 08, 87,88, 61, AH. Philadelphia. fCorreapondence ot the Herald.] Philadelphia, Cct. 24,1848. The IVtather?Mncrrady't Fint Appearance?Char' lotte Cushman ut 1/xdy Macbrth?Ma ere ad y'? Second Appearance?Furreet at the National? Walnut Strrct Theatre?Trouble at the Arth?Franklin Institute Exhihitiimt. Jambs Gordon Bkmnktt, Esq. Dkar SIR? The weather with us to-day ia moat delightful, contrasting singularly with the change experienced oil Sunday. It was then, in the morniug, as mild ana as Dairny as a may aay; ana in me evening raging with all the violence oi a severe tempest, with the rain pouring in torrents. At the Chestnut street theatre, last evening, Macready, the great tragedian, made his first appearance, in Shakspeare's tragedy ot Macbeth, he play ing the hero. The house was crowded in almoat every part to overflowing, and the reception he met with must have been moat gratifying. The applaum at his entrance was deafening, which he acknowledged in a proper and dignified bow Mr Rider was also greeted in quite a rapturcuB manner. Miaa Charlotte Cushman enacted Ladv Macbeth, and we do no more than Eheer justice to this accomplished lady and excellent actres*, when we assert that her performance ot the character was excellent in th-extreme; in fact, reputmiwn would not be hazarded in pronouncing it the best upon the American stage. At the close of the performance, Mr. Macready was called out, and received the compliment by appearing before the audience, bowing in acknowledgment, and retiring in that manner. He will make his second appearance on Wednesday evening, in the character of Hamlet, the result of which 1 will inform you. At Nnltnr.uI thpatrp mir orrnt nntmnul trnir*. dian, Forrest, played the character of Aylmere, in Judge Conrad's tragedy of Jack Cade. The house was crowded to excess, and it ia said the character was performed in splendid style.? During the week just past. Mr. Forrest has enacted iD several of Shakspeare's tragedies in the moat superb manner and with thrilling effect. Comparisons willofcourse be instituted between the great tragedians ot both hemispheres, and it is quite amusing already to hear the opinions of dinerent people. There will be nothing else in the mouihs of people during their engagement, and I presume there will be more reading of plays, and the theatres will be more crowded nightly, than has been the case for many years. To-night Forrest will play Macbeth, giving us an early opportunity of judging, or rather of comparing, the meritB of each of these great men. The Walnut street Theatre was reasonably attended, the attraction there being young Vandenhoff, and the Virginia Minstrels from your city. This theatre has been doing a fair business since the opening The Arth street Theatre closed for the season on Saturday evening, with a crowded house for Mr. Conner's benefit. The (>lay announced for performance was Macbeth, but in consequence of Mr. Conner, at the close of the first act, being attacked with feudden eptleppy, to which h* is periodically subject, and from the eflects ot which he did not recover for several hours, another piece was substituted. Mr. Conner's attack, it is supposed, was superinduced by sorre pecuniary difficulty existing between the orchestra and the management, they refusing to play the music required lor the proper re presentation of the i iece. The exhibition tf the Franklin Institute, at the Museum, attracts crowds of visiters The article* ot American manulaciure there displayed are ol tha most lieautilul pjiecimeaH ot art, and receive merited encomiums The committee on premiums report 'his afternoon at 4 o'clock. The exhibition will close on Saturday evening with an address from R. M. Patterson, lisq. I fear this letter is now too long, or I would notice other matters occurring in our good city. You may, however, expect more anon, from T. B. F. Important Law sttit ?In the case of C. ie W. VV. Cook v? The Champlain Transportation Company. tried at the Ihsi Circuit Crurt, held at Salem, before the Honorable J arise Willard, the jury rendered a verdict for the plaintiff* for $7,48d 32 damages. This is said to be the Urgent verdict ever obtained in the county. The action was his. The plaintiffs were the owners of the Steam Saw and Plunging Mill, situate on the shore of Lake t'hamplain in Whitehall The property w?? valuable; consisting of a small building and machinery, lumber, flee valued from 7000 to $10 000. The defendants were the owners ol a certain steamboat called the Washing on. the place of landing tor which was some 90 or 90 rods from the mill. The pUintifr't alleged and proved that there had 'wen no fire in and about their mill for the space of 24 hours befere the happening of the accident They also proved, that the steamboat above alluded to. ' ft the dock in the aiternoon, having an unutual ire, so much so thai large sharks, &c were emitted from the smokepipc, which were driven by 'he wind directly on to rhe rot f of plaintiff's boiler bouse, and that in n tew moments thereafter the mill was discovered to be on fi'e, which was c<>n-u r.ed, wuli all ua machinery. See The plaintiff* illeg'-d that Ihe accident was owing to a want of prot>er care and attention on the part of those who 'ad the boa' in charse, and that ihe catastrophe m ?ht have been avoided by les-ening the fires, or ar-ei'ins turiher ou> iiito he channel, and so ih? ught lie jury, a* will b>* !?-eii by the ir verdict Abie i'oumvI were enu?Ked on bo h nid's, mid ihe chum nulled the Munition the court three days.? IVuthiiifiiun County J'lurnul Svpkkmk Coori ?KochOct. 21, 1843 ? Coiiii'i' ii" I ?? ? F M H*><ht Kin lie at d tor delrndafct; Comatock tor plaintiff, and Haifht in reply 7 he People x. r?-l Hodkinion v*. Sievenr A Gri^t wa# h>*ard for relator; Greenwood for defendant, and Crist in reply. Dodge et al, plaintiff in error, va Sheldon, defendant in error. William Porter WHS heurd tor plaintiff in error; E. Darwin rfniith, for dnfi-ndatit New trial granted. Monday, Oct. 23 ?Th?- People vg Outhout?Mr. II Gay whs henrd lor ihe defendant; Mr J. W. vjimrri ior me rropi^ nrw uiai nrniru. l/auici BUkely va John Rice; Mr. H. K Jerome heard for the defendrint; Mr E. D Smith, forthe plaintiff N'?w trial denied Lante'o Howard vs. Henry Martin et. nl Mr C Dcwitt hrard for Hie defendant; Mr. E D Siniih for ihe plaimifT. I Motion to set as>ide report ol referee denied. Oliver Lee, plaintiff in error v? Joseph Sattler, et. al defendant in error. Mr VV. H Green was heard for the plaintiff m error; Mr M. FHmore lor the defendant in error; Mr. J. Mollett in reply. Pamelia Sinats, plaintiff in error, vs. f^wis L Hodge, et a|. d?*lendant in error. Mr. M. Fillmore was heard for the pldiniill m eiror. George P Baiker lor the defendant in error. Mr. Filmore in reply. Peter ' Clark, et. ?l. ads. Luther Gere. Mr N. Hill, Jr., whs lizard for the defendant. Mr E. Darwin Smith for (he plaintiff. Mr. Hill in reply. ?Tk? inimlMr n< VFKSrla now employed in this important branch ol national wraith, out c.f United Stairs in W5, of which 217 be long to New Bedford. 83 to Nantucket, 50 to New London, 46 to i'auhaven, and W to S??htlbor.

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