Newspaper of The New York Herald, October 30, 1843, Page 1

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TH Vol. IX., No. ass AY Hole No. 3010. NEW JERSEY RAIT.IIOAH AND TRANS-| POltTATlON COMPANY. KAKK REDUCED TO TWKNTY-KIVECENTS. Krom the Toot of Court luidt itreet, New York. (Every day?Sunday* excepted.) Lenvei S'.'W York. Uvij NiwUI. At * A.M. At 2 P.M. At 7 A M. At IK P. M. 9 do. 3 do. ? do. JS do. U do. 4 do. 9 do. S? do. 4K do. 10X ?lo. IQ do. 6>2 do. 9* do' ON SUNDAYS. Krom the foot of Courtlnndt street. Lr*v?s New Ycrrk. w Nfw."k .. A19 A. M. and 4V P. M. At 1JK P. M. ?nd 9k P. >1. NEW YORK, ELIZaBCTH TOWN; Leave* New York. Leaves Mitabeth 1 own At ? A. M. At 3 P. M, At 7W A. .M. 3* P. M. 9 do. 4 do. do. 7 do. 11 do. 4K do. 10 do. 9X do. f>)i do. 12 do. The trains for Westfield, Plainfi?!d, Roundbrook, Somerville, See., connect with the 9 A. M., and 4){ P. M. ; rrniua from New York daily, Sundays excepted. !'ire belv\e< ii New York ana Klizaneth Town 25 cents. Knre betwern do, and Hoinerville, 75 nuts. NI'.W YORK AND HAIIWA \ Leave# New Vork. Loves Rahwat. At ? A. M At 3 P. M. At 7 A. M. A< P. M 'J ill*. 4 do. 8 (111 H <lo. 11 da. ik do. 9H do. 9 do. 6S do. llM do, NEW tfORK AND Nc'.W BRUNSWICK. fcjpm loot of Coartlaudt street. New York, daily Leaves New York. Leaves New Brunswick. At 9 A.M. At 4 P.M. At 6 A.M. At ll)ii A.M. 5K do. V/t do. 8>? P. M. ON SUNDAYS. Leaves New Vork Leaves New Brunswick. At 9 A. M. and 4 JSP. M. At 11** A M., aud 8>i P. M. I" are, except in the Philadelphia trains, between New York and New Brunswick. 50 cents. Between New York and Rah way, 25 cents. P.issensers who procure their tickets at. the ticket office, re eeive i fi-rry 'icket gratis. Ticket* are received by the con dtictor oi'ly oil the day when purchased. nu!9 r PATE RSON RAILROAD. SnSffi? RffiS nfliAil KARE ONLY 26 CENTS. From Paterson to Jersey City. On and after Monday, Oct. 2d, 1813, the cars will leave Patlusc.n Uki-st. LtAvw Nnv York. li A M. *9 A. M. 1 \H" U? P. M. 3 P. M. 4 " ON SUNDAYS. Lkavk Pa- rssoji Depot. Lkavf. Nrw York. s M. 9>? A. M. 3 P. M. 4 P. M. Transportation cars leave daily (Sundays tmpled.) Passea1'i'i a are at] vised to be at the Kerry, foot of Courtlaudt street, a few minutes before the stated hour- of departure. j y 19 6m* If OR Bt KKALO AND A LI. PARTS OK THE WEST ASSOCIATION PASSAGK OKKICE TO ALBANY. I'tioa $2 0(1 Rochester, $i Oil Syracuse, 2 26 Buffalo, 3 60 Oswego, 2 26 Up. and Lower CanadafiS 60 By the fast line to Buffalo and found, $8 00. Kor pasiaxe apply to M. L. RAY, i\u21 3m m 93 Barclay street. New York. 1lED~BIRD UNE ~0 r<r ST A C? KS, IN CONNECTION WITH THE NEW YORK AND A I LL HAILROAU'COMPANY. aiiK.aNUEMKNTS! TWO DAIL\ LINES! On and after Wednesday, !Uh October, iust , the lied Bird Line of Stages will leave the village of While Plains, every morning, (Sundays excepted,) at 8 o'clock, A. M., anil every afternoon at 2 o'clock. P. M., and the Railroad Depot, City Hall, and the Westchester House, corner of Broome street mid the Bowery, New York, every morning at 8 o'ciock, and every afternoon by the 2 o'clock train. V?ent3 are m constant attendance at the Railroad Depots, ol whom every information may be obtained, and who will also tieud to the Iwcsaee uut tinder their charge. HIRAM DEFOREST, Proprietor. White l'king, Oct. 4th. !#13. nil lm*ec N'KW ARRANOEMKNT. KA1M-: AND FREIGHT REDUCED. /tWt REGULAR MAII. LINE?FOR PRO^ '-'*t=a?r VMOISNCE AND BOSTON. via. STON SfcL-ttCaK-lNaTON AND NEWPORT?Cpmposed cl t><? follow in? su|x>7ior (Impten, miming iu connection with til*1 Stoning ton and Boston ami Providence Railroads MASSACHUSETTS, Capt. Comatock. ItHODE ISLAN D, Capt Thayer. PROVIDENCE. NARKAUAN8ETT. MOHEGAN. One of which will leave New York dai!yi(!Sundays except?J) from Pier No. 1, Buttery Place, N. River, at 4 P. M. AKltANtJEMENTS. The RHODE ISLAND, Captain Thayer, on Monday, and Wednrsday for Rtcinston and New port, and Friday for feumfc?st,r . > j t.e MASSACHUSETTS, Captaia Com?|tock, on Tuesday.ana Thursday for Stocingioa, and Sat a r Jay fur Stoainirtoti. Newport and Provideiice. Pn*senge;s, on th? arrival of the steamers at Mtoningtou, will be iratlieuiately forwarded in the splendid and commodious Can of the Railroad i Providence and Boston, and if for Newport will paoceed iu the steamer Mohegau (in iniwrior order) Irrm theuca at 6 o'clock the following morning. thn? ft v i i if tii.'m aivppportnnity of a night's r^st on board tlx er Massachuaetta or Rhufle Island, ultd then breakfast on board tli.' Mehegaa. The above sieemers have baen thoroughly equipped and prepared ta promote celerity of travel and the comfort and security of passengers, and no: sorpaesed b7 any in the United Slates. h or pasaage or freight, which is taken at very reduced ratei, apply on board, at north side of pier No. 1, 2 It Broadway, or office of Samuel Ueveati, Irrigl.t agent, ou the wharf. Tickets for the route and steamers' berthi con be secured oa board, or at the office of HAKNDEN b CO., No. J Wall street ir7*" NOTICE?CHANGE OK HOUR-?On and alter Monday Oct. 9th, the steamers of the New Jersey Steam Navigation Company, forming the line to I'rovideuce and Boston vi.i Sioamgton, will leave pier No. 1, Battery Place, at 4 P M. IL'yi'a aiJil after the 10th ?ist, freight will not be received and forwarded after half-last 4 P. M. m9 6m* m Zftmr* J* SEVEN O'CLOCK MORNING LINE FOR ALBANY, TROY, and intermediate ..TfcJSL.Landings?Kroin the steamboat pier, at tlie foot of Barclay street. Breakfast and Dinner on board. Lea ws New York?The Empire on Monday, Wednesday a>id If riday. The Troy ou Tnraday, Thursday and Saturday, ?t 7 A. M. Larding at?C aid wall's, Ve? Point, Newbnvgh, Hampton, Pougbkeepaie, Hyde Park. Rhinebeck, U. Red Hook, Bristol, CctMiill, Hudson. Cossack ie ami Kinderhook. Tn- iii-w low pressure ?tejun*r TROY, Captain A. (iorham, this day, at 7 o'clock in the mornins. The new low pressure steamer EMPIRE, Captain S. R Roe, ? ,1 T in llK >nnriilii7 For ;?iuaxe. apply to F. B. Hail, at the office, foot of Barclay trw- or on board. Notice ?All li.iods, Kreight, Baggage, Bunk Bill*, Specie, or any other kiud ol Property, taken, shipped, or put on board the Boats of tliii L:ne)mu?t oe at the ink of the owners of iuh gr,od* au 16 r 0tk INDEPENDENT REGULAR OPPOS1MOHT LINK FOK ALBANY k SKhmHSKbTHO V?Throuxh Direct, without Landing.? The roi'< inodiou* ami substantial steamboat TOUTS MOUTH, I ipt.C) Home .will leave New Vork from the foot of Robinson sir*et, on Mc,na*?, Wednesday* anil Fridays; and will leave Albany and Troy on Sunday*, Tuesday* and Thursday*, and will continue these trip* for the season, ate o'clock in the afternoun, Fr. i*!it taken at reduced rate*. Apply on hoard. T. *.?The ahnvs boat luia undertone a thorough repair, and u in lirsi rate order. 086 lm*r ~?mmT ^ SIX O'CLOCK KVENINtJ LIN t. ^^vi-gSefor ALBANY AND TROY direct, without !78LemJZC^Iu.hudiii*?the ipleridid low nreuure steamboat f ." iLl.OVV , < nptaiu A. McLeau, will leave the foot of 1 nttlwll street every Tuesday, Thrrsday, and Saturday eviui-ifcM, at 7 o'clock, lor Albany direct | ; be Swallow ha* a larte number of *5.', * rooms,nnci for *peed *1J M'cointnodatior.* it not surpassed on We Hud*on. ant er Zmtm.i-t, PEOPLE'S LINK OK STk'.A^iBOATS ALBANY?Daily at ti o'clock 1'. M ? T* ri..?.,.1. direct?From the Meainboat pier betwKu IvOurtlandt and Liberty street*. Sunday excepted. Viie ttcan.bo.it KNil KK.RBOCRF.-R,('apt. A. P. St. John, will !-avei Monday, Wednesday and Kridav Evenings, at tic ? S'riT^boat ROCHESTER, ("apt. A. HooKhton, will leave Tneadsy, Thursday, and Saturday at i P. M. Vt 5 o'clock P. M.?Lauding at Intermediate Places. Jtr, ihoat SOUTH AMERICA, La^t., L W. Bminaed, w.11 1. v . VI,,n.lav. Wednesday. and Fruity afternoon, ai i> o'clock. _ Stearrboat NORTH AMERICA, ("apt. M. H. Tmaedell will li*"? Tuetdny, Thtinday end Saturday Kv*nin?, at five o'clock. ?er s-rt tnkina (hit Line of Uoata will nt nil times arrive in Albany in ample i.me lu tuie the, Morning Train of Can tor llse euit or w??t. The above boati lire new nod tiibtUntial, are fnrnithed with r.e . a ' clement State Kooma, and for aperd and accoinnioda* li ut are unrivalled on the tiudaon. Kor l'aa?ur? or Kmght, apply on board, or to P. C. Srhaltl at 'I'o olfice i<u tht wharf. ,25 r NOl IC K?C>i? and after Monday, Oct. 16th,the boat? of lint line will leave for Albany at6 o'clock. P. M. inntmd of 7. bTATEN ISLAND KKKHV, KOOT WHITEHALL ST.?The iinamboif St^jaCatiTATKN ISLANDER willl-ave New Vork iiid Staten Inland, on ami nfler October 2d, at followt, (until (i?tlie: notice I e\ve New York <?, 11, a, 3>*. fi\. Lfflll Stnten Itlind ft, 10, 1, 'i}i, 5. t' VII fi.iiilit shipped in mimred to be particularly marked and I? tm link of the nwiieri therrof tSfttfV : EW YORK AND KINGSTON STEAM fftXIUHV AND I'ASSAOK LINE. /zJi Kor KiiikXoii, anc Delaware and Mndton .'.l|y4ti3ai:ibouU EMERALD and NOlle *Tm?^7n^rLU, Captain John K etc ham, will leave New York, foot of Murray ttrret, every Monday and Thurtday at } o'c lock, P M. Will leave Kingston (Rondout lmdiiiK) every Wednesday aiul .^.itnrday at 3 o'clock, I'. M. lie NORWICH, Captain Jolm Samuels, will leave N?w \ !i, f?ot?of Warren atreet, ereiy Wednesday and Saturday at S o'clock, P.M. Will lave K tcaton (Kondont landing) every '1 netday and V i l.i , at 3 o'clock, I*. M. EXTRA TRIPS. I t.i EMERALD will leave the foot of Mnrray street every S-ind ij- tin rnuiK.il 7 o'clock. Ketnrmuff, leave* Kingston at 4 o'clock, tame day. f< or Irviirht or passage apply on hoard, or to WILLIAMSON, BARLOW k CO., a'*l 3m*r 164 We?t street. .iV NEW AHRANOEMENT KOH l ; . * T?.- SHREWSBURY?Long Branch. Study "Lf. " -J Hoivk, Ocean Hou w and Katontow n Landiurf. >in i?'W Steamboat SllREW8BURY, Captain John P. forties will now run awollowt, on and alter Thursday, 37th ,n,t leaving N?w V'ork, Iroji the loot el Kobiiituu streat, -i 1... and S tiirdar. at IV o clock, a . \1. 'I - iinntowi lirttiiiiuK '"1 \l> ml Weilneailav Mid h'rt l.-.y, at 10 o'clock, A. M. . 1 he Shr.tw<tiury will run a? above, weather permitting, un| li 'arther notice. All beltane at the ri?k of the owu?r?. 1 I' '? re itf. . n.?wili be in attendance to convey pai*(mgri f 11 " Morinajil lamliiiK place* to #ny |i*ft of the county re ?j ! H I. v j' rry will jro tli? H'li' t paMajf*. whfn praetirnM* jelJr E NE NE' SUMMER ARRANGEMENT NKW ifOHK AND PHILADELPHIA RA -W'JAU LINK i DIRECT, Via N?wa?*. Nkwhrumwick, Phincktoh, Trkntok, Bordkntowm A*? Bl rlin<;t?*. Lf ii'ij >', ? Y,>rk diily I'ruin tin foot of I oiirrlmdt ft Moruijn Line at ? A. M.?Mail Pilot Line at IV M. | 1 In- .MorntiiK Liiii- proceedi to Bnrileutown, from thence bir team boat to Philadelphia. m.'i i ??"" "? Line proceed* dlrvct to Camden (opposite to I hilailelphia) without change-of car*. Pa???nger? will procure their tirketi at the office foot of Courtlandt atreet, wliera a coumiodiou* at<*smboat, will be iu renoine#*, with baggage crate* on board. lluladelphia baggage crates are conveyed from eity to city, wiTiciiit beinj< opened By the way Each traiu in provided with \ a car in w Sich are aparrai!*uta and drecniug room* e*;re?aly for I the lad tea' me. K- turning, the linaa leave Philadelphia from the foot of Walnut ?treet, by steamboat to B<rrdeutown at 7 o clock, A. M. and by railroad from Cikmdeu, at S o'olock, P. M. 1'he linen for Baltimore leave Philadelphia at 1% A. M., uud 4 P. M. being a continuation of the iiuea froin New York, olt 2m*in IU& HUM ITTANCKS TO 1IHKLANU, Stc.-The jffyjv subscriber continues to transmit money in sunn large awlic'r smill, to persona residing ill any part of of Ireland in the same manner as he, aiid hia preiWeeaor In basilicas have 1 done lor the last thirty years and more ; alto, to any part ol i England, or Scotland. money remitted by letter (|>oit Paid) to the suliscriber, or pennually deposited with him, witn the name of the person or I iwrsons in Ireland, England or Scotland, to whom it is Hi In - I sent, and nearest post towu, will be immediately transmitted, and luid accordingly, aud a receipt to that effect given, or forwarded to the sender. In like manner money, or claims on persons in any part of Ireland, England or Scotland, can lie collevtM by the subscriber for persons residing in any part of the United 8tatm> or Ca- | nada, and will be paid to them accordingly. oil Im'r _ OEOROE McBlfinK. Jr. B2 Cedar it. j XAgr- K! 14 ST PACKET FOR LIVER POO L-To-morrow K|n(9rW3Ut Octobe-.?The splendid, fast sailing, favorite ADlRONDAt K, 100(1 tous.Captllacksuif.will Mil, positively as above, her regular dry. The ships of this line being all I0U0 tons and upwards, persons about to embark for the old country, will not fail to see the advantages to be derived from selecting this line in i reference to any other, as ilieir great cipacity renders them everyway mure comfortable and convenient than ships of a smaller class. Those wishing to secure berths, should not tail to nuke early application on board, or to W. & J. T. TAP8COTT, At their General Passage Office, 43 Peck Slip, o30eo cor South street. iAjjj- Tor LIVERPOOL?Regular Ticket oFih^lTt WfJRSW November?The lirst class l ist sailing packet ship jWHKasO\ h I > R I), Captain Rath bone, burth-n 10C0 tons', will sail as above, her regular day. Her accommodations fir cabin, second cabin, and steerage passengers, are not surpassotl bv any vessel in port. IVrsons wishing to embark should make immedicate application to the subscriber, JOSEPH McMURRAY. 1(10 Pine street, comer of south. To be succeeded by the splendid packet ship Patrick Henry, to sail on the 7th November. o27ec FOR LIVEUPCOL?Regular packet ol t!? ,:h WK99VNovember?Tlie lirst class list sailiug packet ship Afcfci&PATRICK HENRY, Cart I'elano, burthen 1000 tons, will sail as above, being her regular day. Her accommodations for cabin, second cabin and steerage passengers are not surpassed by any vessel in portPersons intending to emb irk should make immediate application to the subscriber JOS. McMURRAY, 100 Pine street o2"ec Corner of South. FOR 1.1VERPO OL?The New Li lie?K eg u li r KfSpJfV Packet 16th of November?The tine New York liuilt JlBKWtaai (cket ship) HOTTINOUER, Ira Bursley, inasUf, 1050 Ions, will sail as above her regular day. For freight or passage having very superior accommodations, apply to the Captain on board, at west Mile Burling slip, or to WOODllULL it M1NTURNS.87 South si HIT he liue packet ship Liverpool, J. Eldridxe, master, IliO tons, will succeed the llottinguer and sail.ou her regular day, 16th December. o22 tiftit 11 LACK BALL, OH OLD LINK OK LIVERwfyflrW POO I, PACKETS? Only regular Packet, sailing on JatiMNfai Wednesday, the 1st of Nov. Tin* remaikable lut sailing packet (hip OXFORD, burthen 9(10 tons. Captain Rathbone, will sail positively as above, her regular day. The accommodations of this splendid picket lor cabin, 2d cabin and steerage passengers are unsurpassed for splendor, conve nience and comfort by any vessel afloat Those embarking Cor the old country will tiud it to their interest to select this desirable conveyance. For passage, which is very low, and to secnr#! the best berths, early application should be made on board, foot of Beekman st , or to the subscribers. ROCHE, BROTHERS Si CO,, 35 Fulton street. next door to the Fulton Bank. P. 8.?-The Oxford sails from Liverpool on the 19th of December. Persons sending for their friends can h?e*them brought out in her, nr in an\ of the packets comprising this magnificent and unr.]uaile>1 .ine, sailing from that port punctualfy on the 7th and 19th of each month. ol4 r fcfcfc; FOll LI VFRPOOL?British Ship-With de,i?tch idrJRJrV ?The well known very fait sailing British ship SmMSbCHESTER. John Wilson, master, having a large portion of her cargo on board, will have immediate despatch lor the above port. Shippers of goods will find the Chester a most desirable conveyance. For freight or passage, having very comfortable accommodations,apply to the subscriber*. ROCHE, BROTHERS St CO., 35 Fulton n.. o2ir next door to the Fulton Bank. AftX- PASSAGE FROM CORK?Via Liverpool?In jdHMfWihe first spring ships.?\V? beg U< inform t'tir friends JliMfKaih it during tlw coming spring, 1344, we shall have a regular succession of first class American snips, sailing from the above port every week, which will be fitted out in such a manner for second cabin ami steerage pajjengem, as cannot fail n.,? m? i n lloclie, resides there, who will ter personally to the forwarding of all oor pass'iigprs, and will spar* neither pains or extwnsr to mm their wishes, and iiav* tlip.ii forwarded without any delay. Those sending for their friends will at ouce see the idjtutin to be derived by paying in our line. Apply to. or mid rest if by letter j?ost paid, ROCHE BROTHEkS & CO. 35 Fulton street, next door to the Fulton Bstik , or to JAMES I). ROCHE, 14 Gone Piar.r.as, Liverpool. P. S,?Passage certificates and drafts can be sent from this by the reiular packet ships ou the lst,7th, 13th, 19th and nth ol n. ry moUh, also by the Boston steamers on the 1st and Uitli. s30r REGULAR LINE OF PACKETS FOR LON fc*3Wyi)ON-racket ol the 1st November. The splnndid, J4allkn?i'ell known, l ist sailing and favorite packet ship VII 1 ORI A, Captain Morgan, will sail positively as above, hrr regular day. This splendid ship liu excellent accommodations for cabin, second cabin and atMnun passengers, and th'.se about visiting the old country, would <lo well t> make early application to \V. Si J. T. TAPSOOTT, 43 Peck Slip, corner of South street. Who have also regular first class pickets sailing weekly to Liverpool, New Oileaus, Mobile, Savanmh and Charleston. oct 23ec FOR LO> DON?To sail on the 1st November? If ?VT''e new packet ship V ICTOR1 A, < 'apt Morgan, JhM|?i'?0O tons, will sail tu above, her regular day. Iler accommodations lor cabin, second cabin and steerage passengers are unsurpassed by any vessel in VOIt, and as a number of her passengers are already engaged, those desirous of se{ curing berths should make early application to josh.ru vcMUiutAV, o2lr 100 Pine street, cort.er of South. Xj?J^ OLD RLA?'K BALL LINE OF PACKETS Krfa VKOR LIVEllPOOL-racket of the 1st November. aNHMnr-Tlie splendid f.ut sailing packet ship OXFORD, (am . It at IiImiI.0- will he de?nntrl,*,l na^K.tvo reffnUr iliu Sin? has superior accommodation for caiiiti, second cabin ami steerage passengers. Those wishing: to secure berths will reiniru to make early appl ication to JOHN HKKDMAN, 61 South st, w ar Wall street. N. B.?Pa?*age from Great liritaiu anil Ireland, >ia Liverpool, can at all timej he engaged, on the lowest terms, by any if the regular picket ships, and draf'S furnished for miy amouut iwyahle at the National d Provincial U<nk of Ireland and at ill the principal towns throughout the United Kinidom, on application as above. ol3 r KOK LIVERPOOL?NBW LINK?Regular ?rSVr,c,k,t. of 2Mh November.?The splendid imcket { ship ROHCIUS. Captain John Collins, of l|0(t tons, will sail as above,her regular day. For freight or passage,Itavinc handsome famished accom modal ioui,apply on board at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall straet, or to E. K. COLLINS 8t CO. Price of passage, $75. 56 South street. The iiacket ship Hiddons. Capt F. K Coob, of MOO tons, will succeed the Koscius.and sail the 25th Decani tier,her regular day. Passengers may rely upon the ship* of this line saiiiug pune tually ui advertised. o27 *PACKET "FOR HAVRK?Second Lint?Th. wJPa^ship ONEIDA, James Funck, master, will sail on jjMMHbthe 1st of November. BOYD l( HINCKEN, No 9 Tontine Building, 012 ec conirr Wall and Water strwts. FOR M A RRKfLLKS?Packet lor 1st November? KRjMPV'i'lie ship COURIER, Capt. Duggan, ooi>j>ei*d and aNMKBrop|>*r l.utened. For freight or passage, apply t* S BROOM k CO.. or to BOYD St HINCKF.N, nl2 ee No 9 Tontine Building. xfg. FOR HAVANA. Di PvTeTlknown Spanish steamer NATCHEZ, John Francs mmmmm Villair, Commander, will sail positively an Tueada? . Nmember 7ih, dircct for Havana Tnis superb steamer has hewn newly coppered, fitted up with new boilers, and her cabins have undergone a thorough innovation, rendering her in every r.upeft a very desirable conveyance. Tli- Natchez will arrive in Havana about in time to meet tl.e New Orleans sterner Ahbnma. affording a very pleaunt trip to those w hose business will admit of their taking such a circuital'i route to the latter port. C*pt<iiu John II. Stsnhoiw, well-known to the travelling ?l,.. \ ,t, I..., tnv.iM For particular,ofVa?ia*-, lie., yipfy to r.,|itnii X R Sunho|H?, m ?lie Attor liouif, or to \\ . & I. T. TAPSi ()I I , M Pfck SI | PI i" AAa- KOH SAV \NNAII- Kim ljtauWu JacketI with wTjp Tht A rat cla*s Cut tailing *mp LAN< A11HK, < ?|?t Lyout, btirthm 8i>0 ton*, >^11 sail ma ibove, her rftiilnr day. II sving very superior accommodation* fur cabin. second cabin and fcfwraue passengers, those lilK tilling to i nilui k should make immraiate application on board, foot of Dover It., or to JOSEPH McMUIUiAV, ion rill* street, ollr comer of South. 1*^ FOR NKW ORL.KANR?First Packet Ship(nHWyTit sail on Monday the 30tli inst orinnMli1 fret'?Tli* lrfiiMllB<l'l'->idu> fasniiling imcket slop Kl< A NCI S DKJ'AV. 1 a|it. Hsgorw will lie despatched .is above, her brtwmi decks is very spacious and airy and lit ted up in everyway for the ci mfort of 2d c.iliin and stecrsge passengers, who w ill be raki u It the lowest rates. Those wishing to secure berths will n qnire to inake early application on board the ship, at Murray's wharf, foot of Wall street, or to JOHN HKRDMAN, 61 South street, near Wall str.?t V B.?The anbacriber baa a regnlu aucreaaion of firat ch<<a ships for the aboreport by which passage can h* secured at the lowest rate*. oM r NEW SOKK * BOPTON SOUND 1'ILOT. /"\WICN PRE8COTT, Pilota, or takea charga u mutrr mid v/ pilot of vessels bound to Now Uedlord, over Nantucki t shoals, H..M011, Portsmouth, Ponhnd, Kennebeck, and OTHER PORT8. Office at Krye fc Sluw'a Nautical store, 223 VVi?lcr atrsrt, corner lleekman. Reference to a number of m?rjhaau and the tevrnipinaurnnoe Companies in thii city, Boaton, and Portland ivim.nr NEW BlfCK WHEAT?1000 Packages in barrela, half barrels. quarters and eighths, packed in a superior manner for the southern market-a choice article and free from grit. Kor ale on liberal terma by . oniin'r OEORUE WELLS, Jr. 196 h rout ?t. J w ro W YORK. MONDAY MOl KNOL1SH ADVERTISEMENTS. OMtK NKW VOIIK HK.KALD ii wirnUrlv filed in London A by Mr. P. L. JilMMONDS, At;?ut for the American l'a|ieri, British mill Koreiifii New?|vt|ier Oifire, IB Coruliill, l.ouiiuu, opposite tlx- lloyal Kichaage, where order* anil JvrrtuemenU will l?e r-oeiveil ?2Htfr T;"lneral agency and cum mission OFFICE, io iyuniiim.1,, Lurvuu^, urruBiTG j nr. nuiAU EXCHANGE TO MERCHANTS, Commercial New* llnoma, Public Li bmries, Agricultural Societ iea,Officers of the United State*, Printer*. Publishers of Newapaperi, Sic. P. L. SIMMONDS, (rpinT.if Agent ami Commi**ion Merchant, begs to acquaint liis friends ami the Amerii ?u public in Reiier&lj.hat heis ready to recti v? orders for tin* supply ol Newspaper*, Periodical*, Stationery, Printing Material*, fancy Article*. he. of any kind and quantity, and good* of every de*cription of fir*t rate quality,at llie very loweal market once* of the d iv, and to traixact business upon (lie most liberal term*, provided lie is previously furnished with funds or drafts at either long or short dales, or a reference on some Loudon or 1.1 ver|x>ol house for payment. P. L. Simmonds will also receive consignments of any description of m?rchandiie lo be sold ou commission, luid accept bills at short date* for two third* of the amount, on receipt of the bills of lading, Consignment* enfr?sled -*o his care w ill mm with everv possible despatch in their disposal, consistent with t he interest of the c"usigne?s: an en tensive kuowledge of general business coupled with promptitude,attention and judgement, will be trust* enable him to giva comi'lete satisfaction to all who may favor him with their commands Relerenctf may be made in New York to Jaine* Gordon Bennett, Ks'iProprietor of the Herald, who is personilly acquainted with .vlr.Siinmoiidsand the nature and extent of lus.establislimeut. *28tf r TO N7f\v3PAPF.K AOK.NTS AM) PI BL1SHEKS IN THK UNITED STATICS. rPHOSK excellent Illustrated Xiiwspapttt, The Pictorial I Times, and Illustrated London New*, are supplied ai 7* 6d terliug per qr. ranch at latid per qr, and nil the Loudon and Foreign Newspapers n* they appear are regularly supplied, wholesale and retail, by P. L. 8IMMONDS, Newspaper and Periodical Agent, 18 Comhill, London. Subscription* m advance, may be paid into the Herald Otfice. ou Mr. Simmontls' account. Advertisement* received for insertion ill all the London, Country and Foreign Journals. s28tf HARPS. T F. BIIOWNE Sc CO. Manufacturer* of the Improved " Patent Double Action Harp, by Iloval Letters Patent, London-?established 18111, (many years with F.rard,) No. 385 J. Broadway and (3^ Chambers street, New York. V J. F. Brow ii? oilers for sale at 385 Broadway, the fiuest col- ? lection of these beautiful instrument* in the Uuitetl States. His trrangemeilts are such as to enable him to transact business at , L' .. ,L..k,. l.iil, im. I posed bv tariff on these instruments. , J. K. Bfcwut* would observe these H.irim are constructed on *r the most approved principles, with nil the modem improve*- J.r inents, ar* unequalled in brilliancy c f rone, fineness of touch* 11 and twrfectnesi of mechanism. Pellicular care is taken to lit J1' them for the extremes of climate it; rnis country, in which res- Jj poet they will be found farsupen< i to any of European majiu- 11 lecture imported in the usual wiy. These Harps are patronised by the elite of musical taste and f profeasioual talent in Europe' among the latter, he would m??ution N. Lu Bocms whoiny* ;sUy selects from this est^bliah* ' ineut. 'it?1 atteutiou of j>ro lensors in litis country is solicited. 1 Lists of prices ami descrijUions may be forwarded by post. ai Rrpairiuff caret\illy encoded to; Harps taken in exchange. . Itriiigti dWi o21 lm*ec g " TO PIANO FORTE MAKERS. ~~ l< TOHN GILL, manufacturerof Piano Korte Hard wart. wi?!v>t [| *' to announce that in addition to Ins establishment, (on 2sth (treat and id A venae) that he hu mue arrangemeuU With .vir. John I'hfe, ivory dealer, No. 19 Murray stri ct, New York,(as agent) where any article of piano forte hardware can be pur- r chased as cheap as elsewhere, ami in any quantities. J. (J. respectlull)' solicit* attention to the superior quality of T his manufactured woods, especially hu improved tun in* pint), ^ which are warpmted iu evry respect, duteen years close at* teution to the abova business in New York has enabled J. O. ,, to *tiow exactly wh it the piano forte makei require. All orders to John Gill, 'itth street and 3d Avenue, New York, v or to Mr. John Fhyfe, as above, will meet with immediate, attention. floods forwarded to ?ny part of the United State*. ? ol7 lm* m L HAKONTo h A llTIST, in Alabaster. Marble, Scaufiolti, 8tc., from Italy f*-Ke*pectflilly invites the gentry, the inhabitants, shopkeepers, Bazaars, country dealers and the public in general, to see his Museum of Arts, No. 2:1 Orchard street, (between Uraud and Uivision streets,) which is no%v oi*u for inspection,, with a splendid assortment of Italian anid hnclish ornaments in Ala- 01 lii,li*r lilarU fnnrhle m?ar nirnla velleiw Rtone. ?r ilaftile. re d '' and various other marbles, verde (ii prato, granite, > &c. MMMlVOf Tllkni sizes of groups. figures, busts, fuzzes, llebe ewers, Etruscan va.ses, candlesticks, tapers, pen trays, ink lands, watch cases, cluck stands, time pieces, spill pots, urns, _ antique lamps, shell rases, oval vases, bottlus, groups and siugle dogs. tables, tlorentine basket*, bulls, cows, lions, broaches, . neckl ices, obelisks, bell vases, gozzoly vases, ring vases, pa|w F weights, ring stands, card boxes, snuff boxes, birds nests, ami in- / tus, paintings of Mount Vesuvius, of Naples; books ou coucho- * logy. mineralogy. geology, marine botanisl, Sic. Price ol m articles from l2i-? cents to $11)0. di Cleaning and repairing of every description on moderate di terms. Admission free. s30 6w* r ci PHILADELPHIA " DAfrUEKllEOTYPE ESTABLISHMENT, EXCHAOE BUILDING, llOOMS 26 AND 27. d THK. Subscriber bas received a Urg<? supply of Voigtlanders' S celebrated paguerreotyi* Appartus, 1 rre and small sires, with achromatic lenvts made according to Professor Petzval's ' calculation. , Also a new supply of best plates and chemicals, which ha * warrants good -tsid sells at reduced prices. The fo'lowing gentlemen hare agreed to act as agents, viz? K. White, hsq 17i Broadway New York. P. Haas, e,*q, Washington, 1). C. Dr. A. Caspari, Kichmoud, Va. a. Uroftdbent, Ks'(, for the Southern States. Wm. West, Km, l Cincinnati, Ohio. . * All con inu meat ions (post paid) and orders, accompanied A Wit* remittances, will be promptly attended to, and should be vi di.^.lto WILLIAM LAl/OENHEIM, tr nn'^n'r KxrhangeBuildings, Philadelphia o TO MILLINERS. ' " 2 LYON & KIM G . w CARL KINO, the celebrated Tuscan Hat Manufacturer, most mpMtmlly informs his kind friend* and patrons, that w h?s his associated himself with Mr. Joseph Lyon, (late from Paris) and have established themselves at So 37 John street, (under the firm of Lyon and King) where they hare a most r splendid assortment of Paris Millinery Articles, suitable for the jj ensuing season. The above stock consist* of an elegant assort- / j meut oT Tuscan an<l Straw ll?ts, rich Silk Velvet*, rich Velvet Itibbonn, Lutestring and Satin llibbonds, all fall color*? |( French Mowers, Feather*; an entire new style of Silks, and J( every other article in the Millinery line. .,i Messrs. L it K. would also state that the above goods have ' been purchased for cash (direct from the manufacturers) and will be sold at a small advance on cost to those who may be ^ pleased to favor tlvm with a call. o25 Im'r LYON St KINO, 37 John St , N. Y. ai OPEN 1 .Mi OF THE KaIX FASHIONS, AT THE MAOAZIN DE MODES, c; No. GO Cahal Stiu.kt. F A CARD-TO THE LADIES OK FASHION.?MA- i? DAMF. BF.HRMAN begs most respectfully to inform her friends and customers that she h.is received, by the last arri- ? vals from Paris, her fall and winter fashions, and she (latter* , herself that the same will stand unrivalled in the city. The l fashions consist of the following full and entire new styles P cut, uncut, plain, watered, and changeable Trivet bonnets; do ol silk, satin mode and quilted hats, of an eutire novel description, in ladies', misses', and children's sizes. Also, a complete as- tl lorrinent of caps and head dresses, Paris ribbons, artificial Howers, feathers, and hair ornaments of tne best artist* in Paris. Madame B. solicits the ladies to favor h?i with an early call I md examine for themselves. Magazin de Modes. S? Canal street. o'J lm*r J.J SOFA HEDSTEADS. i" NMcORAW'S PATENT EXTENSION SOFA.?This article is *o well known t? the public, and its advantages ' have been ?o incontestihly proved, that the inventor deems it c? unnecessary to make further ciimmmt. He would, however, beg leave to refer u> the few following highly re*|iectab|e ggatleuieu w ho have these sofa* now in us , a* to their couveuieuce in J utility :? El-President Van Buren, Kinderhook, N. Y. ^ .I:unes II. Whiting, District Attorney, iA/Hon. C. C. C.amhreleiig, di. Hon. Senator Preaton. a. C. . Sam'l Ward. Esq., firm of Prime, Ward lit i\ tug, N. Y. I Brown, Brothei* ti Co. do, Col. Crosby, do. * Rev Dr Nott, Sc.ienectady. do r A thousand more names could be given of gent lew en and laliii'c of lh? lirit n>tii^rf ikilirv .1 .> I. only to be seen to be its own best recommen Ution. Ai I |>ersons wishing to purchase sofas, sofs bedsteads. reclining . iticeor rocking chairs, are respectfully invited to call at 4K3 Bio?i way, second door above Grand street. N. B. The above sofa has been awarded, a* premium*, af the various Fairs where ir has been exhibited, one gold medal, tln-e tilver medals, and tlx diplomas. 463 Broadway, second dour ibove Grand street. oil I m * in thmvool MANUFACTUKKKt). Sic?The subscriber Ki\e? notice that lie is the legal Assignee of JOHN OOULDING, late of Iloxbury, Machinist, and as such is (lone nuthoriwd to claim and receive pay from those individuals or companies, in various parts of the United State*, who have made, or used, certain improved machinery, invented by said Oouldtng, for tlie manufacturing of Wool, wliicn improvements were secured to him by Letters Patent dated Dec. Ilth, t) IKUti, nud &Hli July, I03ti;and he liereby cuimons such imlivid- , nail and companies agaiust paying any thing to any one except himself for the use ol mid improvements; ns no one else can give tliem a legal discharge for I he damage, or eomnensatien, t to which oaiil Oouldu.gs estate i*. by law, entitled lor the use <f of the improvement* secured to him bv the Patents ibove ua- I' ni'd E. COPKLAND. Jr. Assignee pi Boston, 9th OcM8i3. of JOHN OOIXDING. it As these Patents eriHred on the isth of December, 1840, ,, uothiug is claimed, or expected, for the use of tlie improvements i> since [hat time. oil eod |m*r (BTaN< AHirS P AT'k.NT"8TATUK WOOD Jx. COAL H STOVKS?tor halls, parlors, offices, stores, sletinboata, ;

Stc. For beauty. Comfort anil economy are mu eqn tiled by any stove in the United Slates These stoves ?r. a St ,iue of Washington the Father of our country, surmounting two pedestals, 1 me for wood and the oiher for coal, "lhn one I >r wood is con strncted for alive and dumb stove combined, and tor a live stove only. Th? fire ch?mber in the |*"Jestal is constructed in snch a manner that the lire, by means of a reveriable plate or a partition in the stove, causes the heat to circulate through the , entire height "f the statue, ivin* a large and beautiful radiation surface. They lia?e also a hot air chamber attached, end every thing being arranged on the most scientific principle For general utility tliey cannot fail to give satisfaction. The snb- | scriher invites the attention of those about purchasing to call anil satisfy themsehVs of the above (acts. They can he seen in ] ipenttion daily ?nd for .ale only hi the city at III Grand street, one door east ol Broadway. JAMKS HINDS, oil lm*m ntl \T A ND O \ H U A/.A A H?At this establishment can be D found every description of Boats that the ingenuity of man can suggest. Look it what he has done and llieu judge nl what he can ilo. At his establishment was built th" following unrivalled boats, via:?The Swifisure, ol Newfoundland; the sixteen foot sailing Dinky Trouble*; 4 the Homp of lliirldU, and the Paul Try. The row row boats Henry Stark, which won 20 races in 18 months, i he nob'e I imhria; the G. W. Chapman i the forty foot racet ^ for the United States ship Ohio; the barge Kinpreas lor Florida; ( the '.trass mounted gii tfeptoue for Tampico Bay, and a host of cin.ilh urrnl i O AKS, Sw KK.P9 AND SCL'M.S-ISO.OM fwt on h.ut<|; , tlao 2.INK) fi?( of L'niril'? e?lebr*tfd Sculla lor aale. Thi? ,j u*w ttrtinrh of hi* bMiiom* i< Irnfy worthy of m tfntiou.? i, Look <tc tix> pric??. ooly ilu<* and lour pruc* a foot. All tlir ,,| Mailt for ram g rtrvwd by the v>roi?i'-u>i? own han<la. Thoae ,, iliat win th* I it mi can now !> * i"i> nt hi? oltlcf. ,, Boat* ?lwu\> c?i litnd. Vi?ithi? Barbara il yon dp?jr?a truat AM work d'lirrinl Ir-rof chv*e C. L. IVOF.RSOLL, ? ISMiW And 414 Wafr and 111 Chwry ?twt??tol proprirtor. ooll 2.n*r PjOfTKft?10(1 r,uH ?'ugli?h8hM'iu|(* opp?rtof ?np?nor ' v' 'i? >ity, fro?i 14 to 42 oz, ju?t n?*i??l and for tale hy i: Bk. COLLINS k CO, '' ?'6r *> South itrrtt. 0 RK I USING. OCTOBER 30, LUC1NA COllDJAL, OR THK ELIXIR OF LOVE. In older time, among the Jews, That man arecond w lie might choose? Whose tirst, by Kate's unkindly doom, No children bore to bless his home. Afflicted thus, the Roman inntrou Pnv?tl to Lucine, the in id wile's patron; Kuvptian wives, in such a crisis, Called to their aid the Priests of l?i?s And eren now, the meek Hindoo? Warin as her clime, and tender, too-r If childless twelve mouths from her bridal Klies weeping to her senseless idol, And with raised hands, in iicceuts wild, Petitions Drama!) for a child; Kor well site knows Love shuns to bless The Hindoo bed of I>.'.rrvun?si. 80 moeh for love in days by-gone, And savaxe customs in our owu; Rut say, even now, does Love's communion No. oft Units conjugal felicity, ht thus disturbed?ay, ' 'on in tHU citT Yet may the barren, if they try The means "increase and multiply," With "Love's Klinr" tor her friend, The childless wife's repiniufts end. But not the rrocreative power At.one, is this Elixir's dower. Consumption's ills it will prevent. With vigor clothe the impotent; Suppress a gleet, wlute'er its date, Auu all life's functions renovate; Eruptions from tlie skin it chases, Ami briuK* buck l??auty mid Lhe graces;. 'Tis woman's trust? .md ne'er deceives hw. Kroin Huor Allius it relieves her, And each disease (with |TOi>*r care, too,) H; r fair and fragile form is heir to, Thase arc bj; thuths, who calls them ftouoa Shall have stern proof in contradiction. Letters?all forms of attestation-? From the savins of every nation; With grateful missives from all ouarters, * Peine J by Disease and Un.ickerys martyrs. Thousands who lay, with fluttering breath, Almost within the jaws of death; Now in their nightly prayers rejieat, Thanks to Life's friend, in Nassau street, Anil sometimes names tne very uumber? "Ninety-two Nassau"?even in their slumber? Or, dreaming of Diseases ordeal, Cry oat for the "Lnciita Cordial " Persons ordering this medicine from the country, by sending remittance, CM nave it boxeil up and sent to any part of the mon. Price $3 per bottle, or $24 per dct*u. Also for sale at lo. North ?tl> sf, Phihdelphia. old lm*in M A M?Ar:HUSK ITS KAY \YSTICKS?168% Ktilton stieet, opposite St. Paul's.? -'NAPOLEON COURTIN takes pleasure in inforiniug iose |ierxoiis who have heretofore honored iiiui with their paonage, and those who are willing to coutiuue the same fivor, mt the Massachusetts bay Oysters have recovered with Hie >ld weather their fresh mid delicious flavor 10 peculiar to lem, and which has eiven them the name of oyster* of Caiicale, ml nis saloon, recently so elefantly fitted up, often inn most niet and comfortable accommodation#. There will always be found in it a choice collection of the illowiug wines, vix: Chablii, Sauterne, Grave, Barsac. Heritage, sparkling ami still Mock, Champagne, Ch.unnertm, otnmard, Vol lie y, Lafitte, L&rroxe, Lenvifle, St. JuUeu,8tc., id all aorta Of foreign wines and cordials. He keeps constantly ou hand the shove wi im, in the cask or ax, togetherwith Preserves, Sweet Oil and mejar. roods purchased from his establishment aft sent ;rj* ofchivge i any paK of the city. Oysters will be sent to tt.e ; > ideuce ol urchasers, (if' r*?<ju i rt-d ) and opened by one of the uni Omits o le establishments. o3 Itn'ec '~ JOSEPH GILLOTT'S STEKLTKNS: REDUCED PHI KS I^llE subscriber u constantly receiving fresh suppliea *>( the above justly celebrated |>eiis, which lie offers to the trade at ?ry low rates. In addition to the styles so well known, hf as recently introduced the following new pattern*, vix :? Nos. 1, 2 and 3 Principality I'qns, extra fiue, line and medium Dints. No. 8?Cnligraphic Pen?a prime article on pictorial cards, iewa of celebrated places. Nos 9and Kl?Washington Pen?very fine point, and clastic, n superb cards. In evidence of the high estimation in which these Pens ars eld, the following statement is made :? The number of Peus manufactured at the works of JOSEPH OILLOTT, from Dec. 1811, to Dec. 1*42, was 70.ol2.002. The public are cautioned to be ou their guard against spurius articles. Kach package of the geuuine |iens bears a fac si lile of Mr. (iilloti '* signature. For sale by IIEN11Y JEsSOP, Importer, Jl John street, corner of (sold. A good supply of Windle s and Mosley it Co.'s Loudon ens. sN I m *ec _________ lo. 4 SOUTH WILLIAM STREET, Up Staire. \ DALKSMK., Importer and Agent for Mannfactnrers, has alwayson Hand a jarge assortment for dinner and tea sets i plain white ;uid lilt French Porcelaiu, as well as dinner and ssext plates, of all sixes, assorted dishes, soup tureens, covewd I* lies, ;ala<l now Is, fruit baskets, custards and stands. Also, Tea and Chocolate Ware, Greek, Freucli and Amnriui shsiie. All Ltie articles are warranted of the best quality, and to b? ild oil lilit-ril terms,and in lots to suit purchasers. sit7 iim*e< PUBLIC. f> 1 AA TO MOO.?Mr. Fraucis It Crnmp, Watch Maker P .1 \/\l 248 Grand street, begs to inform his friends and thi utdic, that independent of the Watch b,usineas, he is preparec d nuike advances in cash on gold and silver watches,diamonds iiv.'r iu any shape, lutemi'Ml for immediate sale. (,'ash to any tm unt paid for old t<nld and silver. Watches of every decriptiou repaired aud warranted. 24ii Grand itmt. iU3ni*r ITATCHE8.?The largest aud most splendid assortment ol ' * WUchra iu the city, is to be fouud at the subscriber's.? .1 lie is constantly receiving all descriptions of Gold and Silw Watches, of the newest styles, direct from the mauufacIters, iu Kugland, K ranee, and Switzerland, lie is enabled to If.-ra larger assortment, and at much lens prices, at retail, than iy oilier house in the city. Gold watches as low as (20 to $26 ir.h Watches and jewellery exchanged or bought. All mrhos warranted to keep good time, or ine money returned. Watches, clocks aud jewellery repaired in the best manner, ;<J warranted lower than at anv other plsce in the city G. 0. ALLEN, importer of watches and jewellery, o7 lin"r Whotenle and retail, io Wall street, up stairs. JC \i.KS AND WEIGHTS of every description nmmfitc* 'tured by Brown and Eearuliead, 83 Fulton street, corner of told. Tlie subscribers hive received various diplom is for best ales exhibited at the lale and former fairs of the American Inititte. Banks', brokers', jewellers',apothecaries', aud grocers' 'ales, manufactured in supterior style, and of the finest tinisli, atforni scales, pofnt bsl uices, tinware (kr; scales repaired id adjusted; weights graduated to any standard. o2f> lm*m (GOLAR 17aMPS," "GKEKNAUGH'S l.AMPR" and "HORN'S GLASS ROWNTAIN LAMPS." A large id complete assortment ol the above Lamps is kept constantly 1 hand and for sale at low and reduced pric's by tfie subseriber. arsons wishing Lamps or to economise in light, are iuvitesl to ill sud etamine before purchasing, t lieinicsl Oil and Burning luid of the liest quality kept Constautlv lor s tie ami deliverd i any part of the city. J- C. HOOKER, 027 lm*ec 46H Broadway. \ KTIK1CIAL FLOWERS AVI) REI/CHE8,wholesale *- ?u<1 retail, chea|x* than any house iu the trade, at T. RICE'S Manufactory. 2I1>? Grand street, second block east r the BoweJy, south sine. IVdlrrsnnd country milliners would do wall to call and savp lirty cent* on the <1 liar. OoM anil mlvrr head dre?ses for hslls and parties olT Im'r JKMOVAL.->ImIw Kuhhfr Shoes and OverShoes.?JostreceiTfd from onr factory, for fall trade, a lar)t? assortumut of idia Rubber Shoes, consisting of |>l 11 and figured lined and ined rubbers; vents elastic ii|i|ier over-shoes; ladies' elastjc o|>>r sand.ils, leather ,iud rubber soles; l.idies' fur and ribbon mnd Grecians and lluskins; ladies' elastic quilted silk overiih's, new style; goloe shoev, mid various styles of initses' and lildren's shoes, which we offer at the late?t reduced prices. 311.000 pairs ladies' and men's rublier shoes, figured and plain, V the cme or trimmed and cleaned liv the dozen iOufl pairs ladies' lined and fur bounn rubbers, Merrlfmts tire requested to etamiue the stock at'onr new store, lo 2.) Maiden Lane. HOK.ACK il. DAY, 8<j.."ssor to Roibnry I. II. Co. ?3fi tmr i*' Vlniden l.ins M. HKNlllHUK.H, il William street, respectfully an J' uotince* to Ins friends and the public thu he has con taut I you hand ilie followiiiK choice brands of begnrs, war wiled genuine and of the fttsUiUaHty i? La Norma. I<a CaUana. Rionda. Yugeouidtd, Noriegas (of a most mperior quality.) La Kspxranza. Do. "London Seysr," small size. Fauetelas, of a moat superior quality. Primavera. De iMoya. Esparteroa. Regalias (of the Norma bnnd.) King Kegalia. 'Ineeu do. (adiallerns. Piincipe* (of the favorite brands of Jurto Hans, Itenrions and Cruz ) Smokers would do well to call belore purchasing elsewhere, I tli- ustes of the most fastidious can always be suited *t this itnb'.istim'Mit. ____ ?I8 Imr* BOOTS. BOOTS AND SHOES, cheap, cheatjgP??f"r tha i ever yet offered in this rity A very Nrjte as WllUenl 01 Rente'aiHIJie ana uouilli- luiru w?ri|in?il rrurli .Hid native cill, City made mn nirrmimi, for the low lire of $j to $i per |x*ir, and < never failing supply o( thick ooii anil Shorn fur men and boys am! rhildrani ladiea', mini*1 nl rliildren'a Oait.'r Boots. Bmkiiu. Slippers amiTies, of ill i- dillerenl kindi and mo<t fwhionnble M) In. There i> Moc Mint and all tlM differvni kinds ind fullI0AIU4 India ublier nver SJIioea, for uentlemen, ladies, minaes and childien i gri at ahundince, and i heap, which the subecribef woulil i ei( th ii mende mm the paMM to call and mmIm then oi k. Jii it in of lli- l>-?t materials, and princ pally city mule , ilinr large eelaliliahineut, 25J Greenwich street, corner ol o'i? I in'Vt WRIGHT, CALHOUN V CO ^ BOOTS AND 8HO 9 -WILSON li JOHN t.J*?^i/S<1N, Successors to John Hatchings, deceased itc on hand ai.d tor vile, from the beat inauuf xlorira in th" jantrv-? lO Cases < oarer Sewed and retard lloou, in. n antl boy*. 100 " Fine " ' " 1000 Pair Morocco Buakiua. OHO " Ladiea' Fine Clipper*. 100') " < hildren'a Shoes, various colon. *00 " Woineiii aud mi??e? Gaiters. fi(in " India Rubbers, trimmed and plain. tor sale in lot? to auit purchasers, at tlieir store. 120 CH vTIiAM STREET, opposite Ronevelt. N. B.?Tli ature being 0|>?n until 10 o'clock in the evening, in] country mi'rchanu an opportunity to eiainiue goods at leir leisure, aW lm*m ^ aLADIEfl* AND MISSES' MiOfc*. J'HKAPkiR THAN KVER. rr WAI.KKR'S OLD STAN!), 419 Brivxdway, when' "V. may lie fi.und a complete assortment of all the diffrrsnt inda, colora, aorta and sizes, for Ittiiea, imsaea ami children, luitrrs, Boota, Btiakina, Slippers, and walking shoes. Also, mlia Kill l?"rs mil Mocciaina.and water proof over shoos of the itnl style mil fashion; ladies , miaaea' and children's Gaiters of if* tin! ruled to ill luln; Keiilleineu ? boyi' ard c11?I<1 ri?u'? oot? and ?hoe?. of Ki"iirh and native c%lf, c \vra? \nd fine, in 11 their variety, ready m*.le or trimle (o order, at the thortest otieo. (r*11tlein*u'?orerahoet, \nd an iiintimrrnMe maorimeot f other Kooda, at VrALKCK't, (II Broadway, corner of C?niu ?t. N. B.?Ileniln of fxmiliea, by patronizing tint eat hliahmrnt. ill find a an vihit of ? to 30 per cent. o? I in *< ? - - BOOT AND SHOE STORE. JOHN RKADV reap^etfnlly informs hit frirnd* "the i?"i?>) ?-. 'I. it !.*' i. v MMNMM blMIDMM in t ( III lie >t Yi. ? .Vimvi ati-ifl. where he will I'lankfully retei?? ' faithfully eterate, all or lira he mar be fa?ored with on ih? ,011 renionnhl" irmi for r.aah, jyttr IERA 1843. llaltliuor?. (C<jrrc?pou<lenee of the Herald.) Baltimore, Oct. 2ft, 1S43 European Circulation of Uif Herald? Putevitm in the Preahyterian Synod?Dr. Hrerkenrid^e? l)r RVCaVa'n (Ex Chaplain to General Jackson) Ltrlurton Popery? Mutch of hi* Life. Dear IJennktt:? The numerous readers of "The llfr?!d" in the Monumental Ci y have looked in vHin into the column* appropriated to vour voluminous correspondence, lor h retort of the very interesting, .lingular, important and unique proceedings <>l the ppsliyte >? rt?u? hnWmff in niir o\t \r T linnalt nn nan ?'/uwu ? ?" 9 ... v../- - n.. ? . accoust of them has been already pretty generally I circulated through the columns of the respertable , sixpennies among the American public, 1 am still j anxious to set* a brief sketch of the Synod and its doings in your universally circulated journal, for the biMiefit ot your subscribers in Europe, especial-; ly Hh Holiness the Pope, and their most Catholic ! and Christina Majesties o| Spain and France, who, I am t?ld, are constant readers ot "the New York j IWr.y " The present session of the Synod has been unusually i ventful, irregular, stormy and tempestuous, j in c< n-i quence ot a plot soine time tince lormed by the ( leiical portion ot the august body to follow the example of their Epiecopaliun brethren of New York, and thrust the Laity from the privilegesand rights tliey luivt invariably ^iijoy?*d in the manage- ( ment of the Church eversince the good old days of | Luther and Calvin. An insidious attempt tu ac- | coiripliah this by depriving the Lay-Elders of laying j on hands, in the ordination of Minister*, wasdetec- , fed by the vigil.tnce and penetration oi Robert L . Breckenridiri-, L). D , of ilits city,who now occupies the distinguished position in the American Church recently ln-id by the venerable Brownlee, of your . city, justly titled the Red-Jacket ot the Reformation. Notwithstanding the almost superhuman el- ( forts and opposition of the talented Dr. B , the un- ( froeking of the Elders wascartied by a vote of 52 , to 32; the majority not being so large a-, that which . itstiiined Ins Lordship Onderdonk. or (in'tie words , of Col Mahogany Slock) Pop* (lildfbrand the 2d ? Thia result was brought about by the unequalled de- { bating abilities of vVrn. L. M'Calla, D 1J., Ex-Chap- ( lain to General Jacks< n, d' fentler of the faith, and universal champion of every thing A protest has, | however, been placed u on the records by Dr B., in . this more successful than his New Yoik com pa- ( triots, and n not ice given oi ins intention 10 complain id the General Assembly where the debate w ill ( he renewed bv I) . B., who, thougii vanquished,yei , curl argue hiiIt! The address delivered on Monday evening by the ( ex-Chaplain Mijf,allB, on the progress ol Popery in this country, wa* ho al>le, masterly and powerful ! production, and tul'y sustained the bard earned ! tame of tliui hero ol a hundred battles. The sad and solemn manner of its delivery whs in jubtac 1 cordtmce with ihe (earful evils which be described , as about to lull upon our devoted country from the ra- , pacity of the Human beast, which mtikes such rapid 1 strides to uiuveisii dominion over us; and the mar j i ti-il fierceness of his demeanor (by some deemed Iranlic and hypocondriac) perfectly suited to the , bloody and ferocious time to which we approxi- | mate. Much ipplause was elicited Irom the Synod f by this dauntless defender of Protestantism: and j as many enquiries were made hbout his birth, pa- , rentage, and bri< gin? up, 1 subjoin a sketch ol his history. Win. L McCalln was born in Lexington, Ky , about 8 o'clock A.M . of Tuesday the 3d of March, 1779 (it being ;i hailing, raining,sno wing morning, according to .the u'manace for that veur.) Hia parent* were natives ol Ireland, poor, but honest, and firm,unwavering believers in the pure, unadulterated and genuine old school docrineH of predeatination of the elect, irrt?idtil>ility of grace, damnation ot id fantrt, ami ntili-Cbrisii&n character ot the Pope, and, hy consfqui-nee, not to be mistaken for the adulte > rated and counterfeit new school, free will,and open 1 communion Presbyterians Little Hilly was in (reduced into th?* Church nulitant on the third J of Februiry, 17S0, at three o'clock P.M., at I iiMnine months, one day, and three hours, after ; nis entrance into this warlike world, and became a'good st'dierol Presbyterianum by the ai>t lication ol two mi a luill drops. of water, which eaved hint ut once Iroru the Babtiet sti<nua ol immersion,.and the Pop' -h superstition of affusion. ' About itieage of eleven, William began to develops a serious and sanguinary disposition, which Mr. Rankins, a pious covenanter of Lexington, thought admirably suited lor the ministry originated by John Knox; he took charge of young William's education ?r<iti-?, and i reimred him for his evwfently prude-lined office William received his letters trom the Presiytery ot Lexington, when he was yt but 31, and ?vus booh afterwards called upon to act ai chaplain to General J ic.'isou during the las* .var 'ItTw responsible office he filled with sati*fac tii>ri to the <* neral up to ihe period of the hanging [ >il th'1 militia men, when the following unpleasant t circunis'.ances resulted in tl^discharge of William 1 The scrupulous confcience ot the tender-hear'ed ' Get eral sought from Mr. McC. some counsel for this doubtful case, und the following dialogue ensu ed j?" Bill, how vay you 1 will the hiuuiiii! of these damned deserters stand against me in the spiritual courtsV To th.a the reverend chaplain rrplied, with much nuivrtte, "As to that, your Excellent-) nny make yourself easy. My observation ot ynur Kxcellency's general conriu?t, bas long since con vinced ni" tha? you belong to that class of chris1 tianspre-elected and pre-destined tu be damned; so ttiat my opinion is, that if you do this thing you will be damned, and that you will be dnmned it you don't." To this the General hastily replied, " My opinion is thai unless you slope pretty quick, I'll be damned if I don't hang you." Mr. McU. eloped. His subsequent career in my next. Pliiladelplila. [Correipoo'tniice of Che Herald.) Philadelphia, Oct. 29. 1843. Aildrrsn o/ Dr. Puttrrion at the Frank'm f>utiluti j ?A New Agronomical Theory?Its, Fallacy? ' Ntagh 'i Pot trait of Clay?IV. V. f Vallac<!?'Ihe IVilL Dot,?Amuirmentt, Sfc (fc. JAMKSVJOBDOTC Dhwsn, ? Uka r Sir The exhibition of the Franklin Iawtitute closed yesterday evening with an eloquent and appropriate address Irom Dr. li. M. Patterson. Among the many rare and curious articled which were subjected to the inspection ot the public, my attention was directed to a machine constructed hv a mechanic ot ihiscity named James Scott, intend ed to illustrate and rsvive the (Id astronomical theory, that the earth constitutes (be true centre ol ihe solar system. Feeling naturally a desir? to ascertain the principal ground* upon which he based this ex'rnordmarv belie!, i was led to engage /or h <hort lime in conversation with him upon ihe ?ub p'Ct, wlieH a lew muni' iiM were sufficient to con vinoe ine that he was entirely destitute of even th> I rudiments of the ."Cienee, and merely drew his c>ii elusions from his own mind, without any refer* nee 'o the opinion* ot the most eminent astronomic*! authorities. Upon taxing him with Ins ignorance in 'his important aspect, he acknowledgf d that he he.d -'iveii very little attention to anv ainhorilies, except u>test the fallacy of their doctrine*, and had only uuili-d thus much withiu a very short period, but that hi* own theory exp'amed so beautif.illy and uni ormlv tli? laws ol nature, that, he intended to To.Tend tor it, until the point was carried, or circumstances should occur to produce an alteration in hia view* upon the subiect. The machine (wiiich is certainly remarkable lor ita ingenuity) was con tructed, he informed me, during his evening hour.-1, since January last ; and uhhougli I regard the theory which he is > ndeivoring to promulgate, a* absurd in the highest degree, he certainly deserves great credit for the industry which he has bestowed upon ef i tecting an illustration ot his darling object. And here, I cannot justly dismie* the subject of the Franklin Institute, without speaking ol the ad- j mirable portrait of Henry Clay, painted byourtaUn led native nrtisi \?agie, wrticn wriueu um- ui un most prominent features of the exhibition. Thisexpiinting represents the " S.ige of the W<-8i" in th<* erect posture, with the glorious banner of " Stars and ^trip-a" at his side, while the plough (fit instum-nt ot his vocation) occupies an tippropri ate position m the hack ground. The portrait nits already bet n engravtd by Sarin in, and I have no doubt that ere this you have had an opportunity to admire the beauty ot its conception, and the exact ne ^ of its resemblance. Mr W. V. Wallace, the eminent violinist, gave i jrund concert at the Chinese Museum, on Frida) venmg, betwre a large and apparently delighted au dience, composed almost exclusively ol the tHit ol thiacity. i Hn performances were really superb, and indeed lar surpassed any thing which we have witnessed ( in this citv lor a number ol yearn, in the s?nie line. The " Wild Boy ol the Woedn," which was late LD. Price Two Can la ly exhibiting at Barnum'.*, i k1 ->< rn^Hgiug the attention of the scientific and curioux in this city ? Tin* animal is without doubt one of the most remarkable creatures wliirh ban ever been exhibited in this country, and whether we regard it a as real " Lukuh Naturw," or as r nier' hvbrid, it Mill ranks hh a natural curiosity, unequalled by any preceding omect. Last evening, Burton gave a farewell entertainment at the Arch street theatre, part of the pertor manc<s consisting ot the frolicsome antics dit-played by 'he wild Imy; and I have understood that the hoiiwe WriH filled to witnetH their " united efforts " Our theatresat present are hII doing an excellent business--Forrest and Maeready, the rivul trag<iliatiH, are each striving with their utmost power* lor the attainment ot the tragic throne The ardu< ous character of Richelieu was performed by both gentlemen hint evening, at their respective theatres, and thechampionsot each assembled in strong lorcea to sustain their particular favorite 1 attended both theatres?unit without the least particle of nationality on tlie s-uhject, cannot do other than ascribe the superiority to our native actor, Forrest In this cane indeed, the petlormer was lost in the character, ana the audience trembled before the withered form, though still activ.- mind, of the wretched Cardinal himself. .During the present week. 1 understand that he tragedy ot Macbt-ih is to b? reproduced at the Chesnut St. Theatre, in a style of unexampled splendor, under the sole management of ivir. Maeready. To lend n greater illusion to the mimic sc?ne, this gentleman has hsd the stage so arranged iliat the ghost of the murdered Banquo, nhall appear from beneath the fl'tor, and the scenery in whicn the witches take prominent parts, has been darkened and improved, to carry a greater awe to the mind of tlx* beholder In this diHicuit character, I regard Mr. Maeready ns unequalled, having had, wince the en/agement ot Forrest at the Naional, an opportuniiy to judge between tl-teir comparative merits. Yours, Luciua. Titt Fijnikalof LrtUT. Wtchb ?The funeral of [his young naval offi<'!-r was attended, Thursday ih? I Sfnf.w vinff hin Ohio, by Com. D<>wn<-*, all the officers of ihe ship ihat ci uld he scared from duly, with several of the Inendsol the deceased from 'heshore, and many of ihe seamen of me Ohio. His remains were deposited in i ne of the chip's boat?, and tins boat with five others. their ftag* at ball-must, rowed from ihe < ?hio to the funding place, at the Naval Hospital, Chelsea, where the remain* wer?? received by the Marine Guard, and escorted from thence to the burial ground attached to the Hospital Here the burial service was read by the Rev. Addison Searle, Chaplain to the Ohio, three vollies fired over the ?rave, alter which the procession returned to tho loata and Irotn the landing to the ship. It wu? a olemn sight. Annval luneral is seldom witnessed in our harbor and its novelty attracted the attention jf every one.?Bot'on Trantcript, Oct. 28. E.uighaiion ro rim Far West ?We presume moat persons thought that when the tide of emigration reached <'regmi it would go no further, for it did tu t seem that the "Far West" could get beyoud the Pacific. We find, however, that some of the ^migrants who have reached Oregon are 'diseatislie.i ?v ith the country and contemplate going to California 'his spring." So says a letter in the Iowa Herald from one of the settlers, who lor his own part likeathe country very well, and eipecisio end tiis days there. lie describes the Oregon region as rough aiidbtoken, generally heavy timbered, principally with fir, yellow pine, cedar, hemlock, oak, auh, and muplt?well watered, wuh about one-tenth prairie of excellent quality. In the streams is an abundance of fish, among which are the finest salmon in the world. Oregon city is a thriving little place, and from its advantageous position it is likely to become a thriving, great one. It is situated at the head of navigation on the Oregon or Columbia river, and at the foot of Wilhammot Falls, one of the greatest water powers in the world. Thk Sugar Crop.?The Planters' Banner of Sa ? I *- trnm n'l fhut U/ M nnlllfj I #-> <1 r r I 111 Lh luiuny inci cuj o, ....... .... ...... ... lourche, thecane crop m iimu-uhUv backward, utid but little eu?Hr will be made before ihe first ??l next month. In AttHkHpae, we believe the cane crop in better than in Lafourche, but it will f?t I fur Rhort of our planters'expectations. Tne beet crops that we liKve eeen are on the Hhvoiih Hieiifaud bltick. Maikk Lhmbkrmkn-?We perceive by the Bangor p.ipers that the lumbermen in Maine are preparing to go into the wood* in gteuti r numbrrn than ever this winter. A pro?-i?erous buoiucBS attend them in their dreary pilgrimage. OSNI&AL printing ESTABLISHMENT, N. W. COltNTCR OF FULTON AND NAS'AU STS l? mpplied will) e?rry Dul'ri il ueceaiary for the prompt, neat, anil economical execution oferery description of I'ublic attention > recjunated to thim establishment, in th* asmrance that ample satisfaction will be iciren??? reg irils typomphy, press-work, and charge*?to tlioae who rarjuire fancy or otnmon, large or email work cheaply and eipaditioaslr 1 ecu ted. LABELS, CHECKS. WAYBILLS, CIRCULARS, SHOW BILLS, CALL I1CKET8, STEAMBOAT BILLS. BILLS OK LADING. RAILUOAI) BILLS, BUSINESS CARDS, STAGE BILLS. CATALOGUES. PHAMPLETS, BILL HEADS. HANDBILS, NOTES, iHwrnw ? . , i? ro* THEATRES, CIRCUSES. CONCERTS. MUSE' MS LECTURES. Pl'bLIC MEETINGS, Or any other places where the largest description ofu'intinc Is required. The facilities lor this work axe not *ijuall?il by any otlce in this city, for, besides the I urge assort man t of Pi^JSd AM? ?MWAMSOTAIL -J* Wlp This establishment haa the LAROKST PRESSES IN THE CITY. Ureal iiaina hare been taken to provide every Material that can possibly b? of service, and therefore iiersons having occasion fot Showbills, will find it greatly to tneir ad-, antage i? pal son if* his establishment. 0 NT AH 10 BANK DIVIDEND.?Twenty per cent on rJt* capital stocs-of this Bank will be paid to the Stockholder* in the 1st day of November next, out of the surplus profits of :he office .it Cannndaigua, in li> n of rhe ordinary semi-aui ual Imdend (lite on that dn". Stockholders who reside at ihe Kast ? ill lie paid it the Mechanics 13ank in the City of New York. Aihany Stockholders will lie isiid at the Albany City Bank. Stockholders residing in Utira will be paid at the Branch m ( tic?. Stockholders west of Utica et the Banking House in f^anandaigua. The transfer books will be closed on the 21st in tAnt for ten days. By order of the President and Directors, H.B. OIBSON, Cashier. Canandaigua, Oct. 5. IMS. ot to Nl* r DEADY MADE OVE1LCOAT8, Winter Fnxks, Cloak., IV fa*.?Extra Beaver and Pilot Cloth Over Coata, Winter Frocks, Sacks, kc Also, extra aud medium Quality ' loth Cloaks, fortale at 211 Broadway. American Ho,el, opposite the Fountain nb im'r w v. T. JENNINGS k CO. MT.NS', BOYS' AVI) CHILDREN'S < LOTHI.NO ? GEO T. OHEEN, Not. 110 Chathamstr *f, and 4 ow. ery, will l<eep constantly mi hand a full uid complete aaaort tneutof Mens', Boys' and Children's Clothing, of all descrptious, made in the most fashionable style, to which he would respectfully unite th? attention of those in w>nt Ashe haa made arrangements to rceive Cloths, Crssiinerea, Vest nigs. Vc , by every packet, and lias secured the services of exi?nenced I utters, lie pledges himself to give perfect satisfaction to all who m.iy purchase. N. B.?Garments made to order at the shortest notice, and with strict pnuciuality. o3 lm*r GENTLEMEN'S L1 FT OFF WARDROBE.?Gentle men or families desirous of converting their left off wearing apparel into cash, can obtain lor the same the highest ca.li I ri.-e. To families and gentlemen >)nitting the city, or chauiring resilience, having any sup?rtlaou? effects to dispose of, will nod it ttinch to theif advantaue to send for the subscriber, who will ttxeml them at tiieir residence by appoiutmeot. H. LEVETT. No. 6 John street. New York. A line through the Post Office, or otherwise, will receive l>ninipt att ntion. C LOTHING Cleaned altered and repaired. oil Im'ee \I ()TI' ( ..?< tents having cast off lothint^ which the>^want ill dial" lit, Will, IH I l V IIK llirir imir>-^? II r? OIIHI" <on'a k Wiljon'a old eatabllllied itoil. It < halhain atreet, b? >ll?il mi it their reaidnme. All kinda of cut off clothing, watchea, mimical. mathematical inarrnmenta, aextanU, quadrants. KUn?. piatola, iiuitari. tic., bought and aolil at No. 19 Chatham ?trwt. >11. All kmda of carpentera* tooli bought oM in*r 'Pit nit L.Al>ItS' 3HOfc.MAKfc.HS of N-w \ ork I Tike notice. th-?t the ?ub*rriber, OBAl)I\H ENN19, Hlack Moroc-o L?a'her Mauul'ncturer, haa opened a atore No. !J Jacob utreet, where lie can accommodate hit down town em Lomm and coiuitry merchanta to a general aaiortment of the i>?t uraicoa Morocco. o2H Tt#r 'ro AIUIIITM I S AND BT ll,l)KK!*.?Th? "fiibscribw ' would r?apectfully inform hit cnatomera and other*, that in onaeijuence of lua old atard in Broadway being burned down, (> haa tiken the prinmaea No. !15 ' 'roaby atreet near Hougton, until such time ia the atom in Broadway are rrbuilt, and UiaC i|? i< now prepared to ? *?* am nrderi for Ornnnenjal Work uid Carving that may he required, the aan?e a? turmerlr. New Yor.t, September ?#th. I.IJ.^ (JAU |ER *29 !? IM Ooahy a'reet l)AS>KM.KH8?<?om* f em Ne* Vork, >ooth or to 1 Kurope, that ha*e to lay in their p omtons lor the *oy;?*e, ire Invited to call and purcliaae them ot the an ncriiara, at their cheap caali atore, a* they can ?e fro n IJtotiper euf ly ao doing, ami net aa good proviaion* a* Can be purchased ofiewhrre. < 'aytaiua of aeaaela and tuiuafkeeper* alio will be unithed with ill kill da ofgroceriea and l>ro?iaion? at an equal onm who eaale or retail, at the atore. No Itltt South at. near I- niton Mirket. K. 8. k*H. HAltRIS. OS ? !" ' - ? ? sTiTbURTO.N SAIICK?Kot wricking Souiw. Kuh, f'oal/I fry, Mean, Willi Kowl, Sic , Thu Nauca ia confidently recommended u ill* b?et onw*a to ;lir rpicurwui. , ? . orKi To he obtained, whol?a>l? snd retail *' VA> BP.N *> .HOTEL'S, 379 Bro^iiav. com*White .u^MjhvhoUi&l? at Mr BKPiNr.TT'S, l<* Vront.t, ' oii lm*r U('Mitkyrfl ?U??

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