Newspaper of The New York Herald, November 5, 1843, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated November 5, 1843 Page 1
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?B??I f|l II" Vol. IX., No. 894?-Whole No. 3310. M m. M. M, < ; 5 ESTABLBHEP ISMIGK A NT PASSAGE OFFICE. Pan'g* from Dublin, Cork, WMerforl,Londonderry,Belfast, Warrenj oict, Dund ilk and l)ronhed.t, via Liverpool, can be iwcurf ! at all tin* * by tre i>?;nlar p cketH Kailing -* feWJy. 1 "? *uh?criber ben* lea\e to iuforin hi* Iritud* wid IM pto <c fciit-rally* that during tlteeu uiug wpring he will havea regular mere ?ton ofaupe ior American ah i s iu addition to the regular packtt , which will te? lilted up 111 the mo?t coiniortahle manue i?id de?patch-d from Liverpool every four or five ?'*)' Tin *e riitiiuK lor th?ir frienU will eaailv ?ee the advantage e.f eii^v^iug by liii line, aa there can he no delay whatever, and I hey n ay re?t anvured lhat ev? rv attention will he tjnowu them aa we I all who may embark with them, ror iurt.icr particuliis, apply (if by letter. po?t paid) to __ JOHN HEllDMAN, CI South, near Wall str.et. . **. B ? Dr-tH? Tor any amount can 1?* (uruuhcd.m.vabl* at th? National s :il Provincial Bank* of Ireliud aud Branchej, ai d in all th? principnl towna throushout the United Kingdom and forwarilmi by the regular |iaekeu sailinB weekly, and alio by tb* royal lie m?ra,via Bocoji on the lit and 1C li of each month Apply at above. D4r FATEKSON KA1LROAD From Hateranu to Jerxey City. On aud after Mouday, Oct. 2d, 1843, the car* will leave PATkHiOW UkI-H. Lk*Vj? NtW YoBK. u A M. 3 A. M. Jltf " 13K P. M. 3 P. M. i " ON SUNDAYS. LTAVK PaTenaoN Ukpot. LKAVK NKW YOR?. 8 A. M. 9* A. M. J V. M. 4 P. M. Transportation car* leave daily (Hundayi excepted.) Pasieorera ni* advised to be at the Kerry, foot of Oourtfandt street, a few ini iute< hrf.re the itnied hour of departure. jy!96tn* lU'-D BIKIJ LINK OK STAGKS, IN <"ONNK.CTION WITH TI1ENRW YUHKAND SA I I 1 RAILROAD COMPANY. ( all AKitANUKMLNTS! TWO DAILY LlTEs! On and .ifter Wednesday, llth October, inst, the Red Bird Line of Sti*es will leave the village of White Plains, every mornini!. (Sundava eicented.) at 8 o'clock. A. M.. ami everv aleraoo i at 2 o'clock P. M., and the Railroad Depot, City Hal1, and the Westcheiter Hour, corner of Broome street and th?- Uowery. New York, every morning at 8 o'clock, and every afternoon b-, the 2 o'clock tram. Agenta t,re in constant attendance it the Railroad Depots, ol whom every information may be obtained, and who will also lleud to tin- baggage |>ut uncler tlieir charge. I11RAM DEFOREST. Proprietor. White Plaint, Oct 4th. 1813. oil lgn*ec FOR HAVANA, Direct?Tlie elegint ' V&S??3* we" '">own Spanish (Earner NATCHEZ, John Krone's Villair, Commander, will sail f0,j'|'Tf'y on Tuesday, November 7th, direct This superb steamer his been newly coppered, fitted up with new boil. rs. ami Iter cabins have anue'gnne a thorough lenovation. rendering her in every ns|>*ct a very desirable conveyance. '1 he Nptche7. will arrive in Havana about in time to meet the New Orleans sterner Alibama. affording a very pleasant trip to those ? hose business will admit of their taking soch a circuitoui rout* to 'he Utter p rt ( plain John R. SMMMM. well-known to the travelling communitv, accompanies the Natchez on her voyage For par'icular* of pas?ag?. See , apply to Captain J. R Stanhoi**, at the Astor Home, orto \\ . & J. T. TAPRCOTT, o2fleo 43 Pi-ck Slip, comer South street. TRAVELLERS UOINO SOUTH OR WKST?Siiieen hours in advance of the S. Mail?Tri-Weekly Line to Savauuah, in connexion with the Central Railroad to iwXIHase%? Macon and the West Tbe splendid steam packets GENERAL CLINCH, Capt. J. P. Brooks, and CH VKLKSTON, Capt. K. Barden, will l?av? Charleston eve ly Tnes.1 >> , Thursday and S.itnrd iy morning, at 9 o'clock, alter the arrival of the Wilmington boats from the north, arnvluu at Savannah the sirae day. and will leave Savannah on the laim- days as above, at 0 o'clock I*. M.t after the arrival of the c?r* from Macon , Travellers will find thin to be the cheapen and moit expeditious route to the south and west. The above boat* are fitted op in a mitt-rior an le, aud no exiwnse or pains will bespan^l to ensure ceruiiuty, com ,nt, and eitwdition to the travdlinK public. JOHN B. LAWTTE. Agent, Fitzsimmons' wharf, Charleston. Charleatoiv September, 154S. sl7 2m*r iyjfiW AHHAN<JEMKN7\" KARK AND FREIGHT REDUCED. jgt REGULAR MAIL LINE?KOH. PROflZ^-irC3?VIDF,NCE AND BOSTON, via, 3TON SE^^EHLiNOTGN AND NKWTOHT?Composed oi tlie foilowir.K superior steam?i-s, running in connection with the Stouiufton ami Boston and Providence Railroads :? MASSACHUSETTS, Car* Coitttcck. RHODE ISLAND, Capt Thayer. PROVIDENCE. NARUAGANSETT. MOHEGAN One of which will leave New York daily"(Sundays excepted) from Pier Vo. 1, Battery Place, N. River, at 4 P. M. ARRANGEMENTS. The RHODE INLAND, Captain Thayer, ou Monday, and Wednesday for Htonimtton and Newport, and Friday for StoninKtna. The M A89ACHUBETTB, Captain Coustoek, on Tuesday and Thursday for Stcuii-gion. and Satarday for Stonington, Newport aun Providence. fum^ts, ou the arrival of the stie.mers at 8tonington, will be immediately forwarded is the splendid and coinmodions Cars of the Railroad i Providence and Boston, and if for Newi ort will proceed in the steamer Mohegan (in superior order) frinn thence at 6 o'clock the following morning, thus giving them an^'pporr.nuity of a night's rest on board tlw steamer M \s*achusetis or Rhofle Island, al;d then breakfast on board the Mohegan The abo'e ?:??rier? have bwn thoroughly equipped and prepared to prouote celenty of travel and the comfort and security el pwugers, and not snrpa?ed by any in the United Stales kor pusage or freight, which it taken at veer reduced rates, arplj' ou board, at north side of pier No. 1, 22 Broadway, or office of S.imuel Deveau, freight agent, on thi wharf. Tickets for the route and stealers' berths can be secured on boird, or at the office of HARNDBN & CO.. No. J Wall street (C7- NOTICE?CHANGE OK HOUR?On and after Monday, Oct. 9th, the steamm of the New Jersey Steam Navigation Company, forming the line to Providence and Boston via Stouiufton, will leave pier No. 1, Battery Place, at 4 P M. iL/?Uu mid altet the 10th snit, (reight will not b? rectived and forwird'd after half-past 4 P M. m!?6m*ir - tSEVEN O'C LOCK MORNING LINK (C^~j?r>KOH ALBANY, TROY, and intermediate "Ifi " ICtfis i v ij-r- V?n the steamboat pier, at llie foot of Barclay strict. Breakfast and Dioi.er on board. Leaves New York?The Empire ou \:onday, Wednesdaj and Knday. The Troy on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 7 A. M. Landing at?Caldwell's, West Point, Newbnrgh, Hampton, PoanUkeepsie. Hyde Park. Rhinebeck, U. Red Hook, Bristol, CnuUtll. Hudsou, Coxsackie and Kinderhook. The new low pressure steamer TROY. Captain A. Gorh&m, at 1 o'clock this morning. The new low pressure steamer EMPIRE, Captain 8. R Roe, Friday, at 7 o'clock in the morning * or |?ssage, apply to K. B. Hall, at the office, foot of Barclav ?i.re?; or on tiuard. Notice ?All Goods, freight, Baggage, Bank Bills, Specie, or ajiy other kind of Property, taken, shipped, or put on hoard the Boats of this Line.mnst be at tk* risk of the owners of such good*. aulSr Twin jm independent regular opposi?JIj5mU3?TION night line kor albany" WgT-^-V Tl.miit-L Direct, without Lauding.? I'he commodious and substantial steamboat PORTSMOUTH, (.'apt.O.House will leave New York from the foot of Robinson street, on alonuay*, Wednesdays anil l> nuays: ana will leavi Albany and Troy on Nuudays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. ami will coutiiiue these trips for tlie season, atfi o'clock in the alterKivinht taken at reduced rates. Apply on board. i'. S.?The above boat has undertone a thorough repair, and i> iu tirst rate order. o26 lm*r ~~7i ri 1 jrm t-1X O'CLOCK KVtMNu LTNI VLB ANY AND TROY direct, without ifc'i I il.> .iiImihIi.I low iressure steam bcu SWALLOW, Captain A. McLean, will leave the foot ol Conrtlandt strvt cverv Tuesday^ Thuriday, and Saturday ve-mitrs, at 1 o:clock, for Albany direct. 'I'he Swallow lias a large uumber ol state rooms,and for itw and accommodations '? > < ' ihHmikI <?r the Hndson an 8 ec " <7-r- ~ 7 I'tOPLE'S LINK OK HTEAMBOA'l> ,^111 FOR ALBANY-Dailv at 6 o'clock P. M.~ ' ,i|?f -1* Through direct?From the steamboat pier b"iweeu < ourtlandt and Liberty streets, Snnday excepted. Ihe steamboat KNICKERBOCKER,Capt. A. P. St. John, will bare Mouday, Wednesday and Friday Evaningi, at six " Steamboat ROCHESTER, Capt. A. Honghton, will leave Tawdny, Thursday, and Saturday at 6 P. M. At a o'clock V. M.?Landmuat lntermediatePlar.es. St-nmboat SOUTH AMERICA, Capt. L. W. Brainud, will Kyivc Monday, V/eduesday, and Kriilay afiernooo, at 4 wt'iuboat NORTH AMERICA, Capt. M. H. Traesdell will leave VneadaT, Tl.'irsday and Saturday Evening, at live o'clock. Passengers taking this Lin* of Boats will at all time* arrive ic Aluany iu ample time to take the Morning Train of Cars lb' Ihe east or west. Ihe above boats'are new and subrtantinl, are famished wit' ( at ai;d elegant State Rooms, and for spied aiid accommodation* <ire unrivalled on the Hudson. ( 'or Parage or Frright, apply on board, or to P. C. BchultJ at U?e office ou the wharf. ?25 r NOTICE?On and alter Monday, Oct 16th, the boats nf tliv* line will leave lor Albany at fi o'clock. P. M instead of 7. Sew Tvohk and Kingston steam khmuh'i AND passage line. |,?t *'??""" "C.'Iflfwar# and Hndson r iT,U*'4m EMERALD and NOR '1 he KMK.HALD,' aptain John Kstcham, will leave New York, I ?it of Murray street, every Monday and Thursday at 5 o'cloek. I' M. Will Ivave Kiugston (Ron<lont landing) every Wednesday ami Saturday at 3 o'clock, p. M. Tl?' NORWICH, Captain John Samuels, will leava New Yoik, foot-)f Warren street, every Wednesday and Saturday at & o'clock, P. M. Will b.ave K ..tvston (Rondoot landing) every Tuesday and Fnday at 3 o'clock, P.\^TRATRIpa The EMERALU will leave the loot of Murray street every Sunday morning at 7 o'clock. Returning, leaves Kingston at 4 o'clock, same day. Kor freight or pva?ge npply un board, or to WILLIAMSON, HARLOW It CO., aJI *m*r lf.4 West street. /?* 8TATEN ISLAND KERRY, FOOT C.^ i?rr?J?OK WHITEHALL ST.-The steamboat y I ' * STA'i'EN ISLAN 1)ER will leave New V ork and Suten Island, on and after October 2d, as follows, .until liwtlier notice Leave New York !). II, 2, S,'<, f>% Leave Staten Is! mil J, VO, 1, 2H, > All freight shipped is minired to be particularly iru.ked and is at the risk Sf IW owner-, thereof s'liiffr PASSAGE FROM CORK?Via Liverpool-It. WrWftMh* llrst spring ship*.?We'beg to inform otir friends ?i+iJUm hat iluring the coming spring, Iflll we shall have a tegular sucrrs'.ion ol first class American ship*, sailing front the ibov port every week, which will be fitted ont in such a manner for m cu'id cabin and steerage passengers, as cannot fail to ensure tliein every comlort. One ol our firm, Mr. James D. Roc lie, reside* there, who will see personally to the forwardinl ?f all our passengers, and will spare neither pains or expense to ftw*?t rkoir %* inrl tlftV* tllfTn lorw wiflmnf anv H,.|jv Th???f i<?r tliPir liiftid* will at one# seethe .i(lvauta#<> to be derived Uv paying in our line. 'Vi?i?lv to. or uddr**** if bv letttr port ROCHE BROTHERS fc CO. SS frultoo utrpf't, nfit door to the Fulton Uiuk.nr to JAMES l>. ROC fit, U Uorc# I'mzzm, Li**rpool, r. ^.-PiUMfi?c?rtil.caf<?? an.l draft, ran lie i<Mit from thinhj tin rmulur|M(ck?t lii|* on Hie Ut, 1th, 13th, 19th Mid r>th ol maith, tlao by tlx Bnaton on the lit and l?ib. .Ml E' NE NE1 aygLg-? A K N ue N (scan S* wg * <Sc CO.'3 -^firW" KNULIBH KRKNCH, BK.LGIAN AN'OVM Mi IOVS! KAPRLSS, GENERAL, FORWARDING AND COMMISSION HOUSE. HAttNUEN U. ' O. will receive and forward by their daily Express Cars, Specie, Jank Notes, Packagesaud Parcels, to any part nl the L lilted States or Canada*, andl>y the steamers and packets t? any part of England, Ireland, Scotland, Belgium or > ranee. Particular atlentinn is paid to the purchase or sale of all descriptions of merchandise, collecting and paying Drafts, Notes, and Hills, to the entry of merchandise at the Custom House, and to the general transaction of any and all kinds of forwarding and commission business. Bills of Exchange, in sums to suit, furnished on St. John, N. B., Halifax, N. S., or ?n a*y part of Euro|>e. All goods must be marked "Harden & Co." Foreign Post Ortire l,etter Bags are made .up for all the Royal Mail Steamers from Boilou, and the steamer and sailing packals from New York. Principal offices and agents:? llfun. Wilmer and Smith, 32 Church (treat, Liverpool, England. Meuri. .Maclean, Maris Si Co., 3 Ahchurch lane, Londou. Messrs. Emerson 4c Co., Paris and Havre. Samuel Haight, Esq., American Consul, Antwerp, Belgium. Messrs. J. and J. G. Woodward, St. John, N. B. A. YV. Godfrey, Halifax, N. H. J. <J. Woodward, New Orleans, La. Messrs. J. B. Sazerac & Co., Havana. Hariiden & Co. V Court St., Buetou. All goods must be marked "Harden It Co. N. B.?llamdeu Ik Co. are alone responsible for the loss or Injury of any articles, or property of anv description committed o their care; nor is any nsk assumed by, nor can any lie attached to the New Jersey Steamboat Navigation Company, by which their crates are, or may be transported; nor the New York, Provideuce, and Boston Railroad, or the Bostnn and Providence Railroad Corporations, iu resjieel to ilieir contents at any time. HARNDEN At CO., jyl2r No 3 Wall St., New York _ !?i a* PULLGN St COPP JfittEfca jSffifeSk. 3 Will-meet, NKW VORK, ALBANY, TROY A.NL) MONTREAL EXPRESS. Metisrs. Hamden Hi Co. having disposed of their route from New Yerlt to Albany and Troy, the subscribers, the old conductors of Harnden xCo's Northern Express, from New York will continue to run. as heretofore, leaving New York. Albany and Troy Daily, and connect at Troy with Jacobs' Montreal Express, and will forward S|iecie, Bank Notes, Packages, Bundles, Cases of Goods, ke. to ail}' place between Nev York and Montreal, and throughout the Canada's Also East from Troy and Albany to Boston, and West from Albany to Buffalo. All business entrusted to their charge will lie promptly attended to. Particular attention will be paid to the collection of notes, drafts, acceptances, Sic. and prompt returns made for the same. PULLEN & COPP. Offices?Pullen Si Conp, 3 Wall street, New York. Thos Gough, IS Exchange, Albany. A. G. Filkins, 228 River street, Troy. 8. Jacob's Exchange Court, 8t Paul's st. Montreal. REFERENCES. New York. Ai.iianv. Trov. Prime, Ward & Kiug, E. J. Humphrey, Juo. I'avne, Jacob Little 8i Co., Thos. Gough. P. Wells; John T. Smith & Co. 8. K Stow, Pepoon it Hoffman. <;.?* -igla's, Carjienter 8i Verniilye, FfjLesrke. Houghton & Co, Drew, Robinson & Co. a 19r BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN ROYAL MAIL STEAM SHIPS, Of 1200 tons and 440 horse power each. lruder contract with the Lords of the Admii-altr. mut.k.ma, < rmmanded by C. h. e Judkuis. B HIT ANN I A, J.Hewitt. CALEDONIA, E. O. Lott. ACADIA, Alexander Ryrie, Will sail as follows:? From Livkrtooi.. From Boston. Acadia. Sept. 19. Oct. lti. Hiberma, Oct 4. Nov. 1. tBritaiiuia, Oct J9. Nov. 16. Caledonia, Nov. 4. Dec. 1. These vessels carry experienced surgeons, and are supplied with K ranees' Patent Life Boats. For freight or passage apply to D. BRIGHAM, Jr.. Agent, o!7r No. 3 Wall St.. New York. tl?$y NEW YORK AND HAVRE PACKETS. Second Line?The Ships of this line will hereafter leave New \ ork ou the 1st, and Havre on the Kith of each month, as follows, vix:? _ h ROM MKW YORK. FR?M 11 A VRK. New Ship ONEIDA, ( 1st March. < 16th April. Captain < 1st July. < 16th August. J^mn Funck. r 1st November, r 16th Dec?nber. Ship BALTIMORE, I 1st April ? 16th May. Captain < 1st August. < 16th September Kdward Funck. ( 1st December. ( 16th January. Ship UTICA, I 1st May. I 16th June. Captain < 1st September < 16th October. ! reiierick Hewitt, r 1st January. r 16th February. New ship St. NlCHOLABl 1st June. i 16th July. Captain s 1st October. < 16th November. J- B. Pell, ( 1st February. ( 16th Marsh. The accommodations of these ships at* not surpassed, com billing all that may be required for comfort. The price of ca bin passage is S100. Passengers will be supplied with every re quisite with the exception of wines and liquors. Goods intended for these vessels will be forwarded by the subscribers, free from any other than the expenses actually incurred on them. For freight or passage, apply to BOYD ii llfNCKEN, Agents, \f2ft ee No. 0, Tontine Building, cor. Wall anil Water s PASSAGE FROM OREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND m- m- M, M^mtthk black BALL ok old LINE of LIVERPOOL PACKETS. [Sailing from Liverpool on the 7th and 19th of every month.] Persons wishing to send to the Old Country for their friends Caa make the neceaaary arrangements with the subscribers, and have them come out in thi s superior Line of Packets, Sailing lorn Liverpool punctually on the 7th and 19th of every month, l'ney will also nave a first rate ctass of American trading ships, -tailing every six days, thereby affording weekly communication from that port. One of the firm ( Mr. James D. Roche) is there, to see that they sliall be forwarded with care and despatch. Should the parties agreed for not come oat, the money will be returned to those who paid it here, without any reduction. The Black Ball, or Old Line of Liverpool Packets, comprise the following magnificent Ships, viz :? The OXFORD, 'The NEW YORK. CAMBRIDGE, COLUMBUS. EUROPE SOUTH AMERICA. ENGLAND NORTH AMERICA. J "ri"!.!,'-71U WIn, DTOF.OROR WKLLB. Jr 1M Kront ?t ' | % With such superior Mid unequalled arrangements, the subscribers confidently look forward for * continuance of that support which has been mended to them to many years, for which they are grateful. Those proceeding, or remitting money to their relativest can at all times obtain Drafts at sight for any amount, drawn direct ou the Royal Bank of Ireland. Dublin, also on Me?rs. PRESCOTT, UROTE, AMF.S fc CO. Bankers, London, which will be paid on demand at any of the Banks, or their Branches, in all the principal towns throughout England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Apply, or address, (if by letter, post paid.) ROCHE, BROTHERS fc CO. 35 Fulton street New Vork, next door to the Kulton Bank. N. B.?The Old Line of Liverpool Packets sail from this port for Liverpool on the 1st and 19th of each month. Partis* returning to the old country will find it to their comfort ami id vantage to select this favorite Line for their conveyance, in preference to any other. <127 r MARSEILLES LINE OF PACKETS. Ml M: ML Mk The undermentioned ships will be regularly dispatehei^Emi hence ami (rom Marseille* on the 1st of each month during the year:? _ _ From New York. Marseilles. COURIER. Capt, Duggan, June 1. Aug. 1 TRE8COTT, Capt. Myrick, July 1. Sept. I HELLESPONT, Capt. Adama, Aug. 1. Oct. 1 COKIOLANIJS, ('apt. Haile, Sept. 1. Nov. 1 H'UV THOMPSON,Capt.Sylvester, Oct. 1. Dec. 1 They are all copjiemd and copper fastened, and hare excellent accommodations for passengers. The price of cabiu passage will be $100, exclusive of wines and liiiuor*. Goods addressed to the agents, BOYD fc HINCKEN, will be forwarded free of other charges than those actually paid. For freight or |<assaire apply to BOYD fc HINCKEN, Agent*, No <) Tontine Buildings, or m?0r S. dhOOM fc CO., lis Front street KOR NEW. ORLEANS. LOUISIANNA AND NEW YORK LINE OF PACKETS h mi i he better accommodation of shi|>tiers, it Is intended to desi<atcli a ship from this port on the 1st, Jtli. 10th, lith, Mth. iixi .! ith of etch month, commencing the Kith October and continuing until May, when regular days will be appointed for tin remainder of the year, whereby great delays and disappoint meuts will be prevented during the summer month* The follow >g ships will commence this arrangement: !?fiip V A/OO, Captain Cornell. Ship OCONEE, < aptain Jackson. ship MISSISSIPPI, ( aptain llilliard. Ship LOC1SVILLE, Captain Hunt. ^Ship SHAKSI'EARE, Captain Miner. Ship OASTON, Captain Latham. Ship HUNTSViLLE. Captain Mumford. .r"* Ship Ot MI'LOEE, ( aptain Leavitt. "s-siup NASHVILLE, ( aptain Dickinson, Ship MEMPHIS, Captain Knight. .. Ship LOUISA, Captain Mulford. at These snips were all built in the city of New York, expreasly for packets, are of light draft of water, have recently been newlv e.uin.>~.l ....I - ...1 liJ ... I... - 1 lions for iiuimiRprt unequalled fur comfort. 'I hey are cum mandml by rxoeneuced masters, who will make every exertion to give general satisfaction. 'I'hey will at .ill timea be towed U|> anil tlowu the Mississippi by sKtmboats. Neither tlie owners or captains of theae ship* will be responsible tor jewelry, bullion, precious stones. silver or plattd ware, or for any letters, ixircel nr package, tent by or put on noard ol them, unlets regular bills of lading axe take* for the tame and the value thereaiu eipressed. Kor freight or t aasage, apply to K. COLLfNS St CO.. .? South ?t? or, HITLLIN It WOODKUKK. Agent in New Orleans, who will promptly forward all goods to their addreas The ships of Una line are warranted to aail punctually at ad vertised, and gri*t care will be taken u> have the gooda correct ly measured. ml fcAfc KtMITTANCEB TO IRELAND, ke.-Th* Kfrf continues to tranamit money in sums large ilito1' small, to iwnons residing in any ^art of of Ireland in the uuie manner as be, .Hid hit predecessor in basinets havr .lour for the last thirty years and mora ; alao, to any part ol KngUnd, or .Scotland. Money remitted by letter (post Paid) to the subscriber, or personally deposited with him, with the nam# of the panon 01 pertont in Ireland, hnglaud or Scotland, to whom it iiml*. sent, and nearest |?itt town, will l>e immediately traamtiltml iml oaid accordingly, and a receipt to that effect given, or forwarded to the sender. I* like minner laoney, or claima on persons in any part ol Ireland, K.ngland or Scotland, can be collected by the subscriber fur |<ertoiis residing in any part of the United States or CaUailn. and will be l>aid to tlwm accordingly. oil im'r OKOHQK McBtflDF.. Jr. W Cedar at. NJ-;W IH C KWHKAT?-IUO* packages in barrels, half b,?r Hs. (turners and aightha, packed in a superior manner fu> the si.itinera market? a climce article aud free from grit. Kor ??Kmsn W YC W YORK, SUNDAY MO* TO TRAVELLERS. GREAT CENTRAL ROUTE BKTWRF.N CHARLESTON, 8. C. & MONTGOMERY, AI A SSSS JSCS. JSEsf j|3S Hroin ' harVst.ui, ^ via. Satniiuh .. u roriy'b, i Bameaville. Onrtiii, Greenville. La Grange Wert Point. Cm pU, Mount Ji-HVkdu, and l'' au>lin; tVuce by Railroad to i Moi)'go'n?rv. Alabama. I The travelling luhlic are retpeotfu'ly infnrmed, that by re cent arrangement!, a lme < inbricing the above rout* hubeen ; formed co .tilting of a S|>lenilid Liue of Steam Packet! bej tween Clurlentou and Savannah. Steamer GENL. CLINGH, aWg /tM <>i'tai? .J I'. Uiooki. .MM jgM Steamer I II XRI.KS I ON ftT-ajUg. 3L^JKJk. Cautiiu K. liardeu 3EL?SlLjE'I'll - Central Railroad from Savannah to Macon. (now com rleted,( the Mon-oe Railroad toOrifia, and a ue ? line Of Four lorse Pott Cuachei to Krauklin, Ala; ibe,ire by Railroad to Montgomery. Theie Line* all run in connection. By thi* termty mile* of ifling i* nvrid>-d. Traveller* rot one night at Savannah ?nd Macon each,having only on* night's imv< mug Between lihi'leitoii and Montgomery. Time? Leave Charleston on the arrival of tne Wilmington br.'ti on Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturdavg, Mid r?ach Savauuah same dav? at 7 P M. Leave Savannah at 6 A. M , leach Macon at 6 1'. M.; leave Macon at fi A. M., reach Griflii ?t 11 A. M ; leave (jriniu at 12 M. and arrive at Franklin, Ala at 3 P M ui xt day; making the travelling time from Charleston to Fruikliu. Ala. 53 hours?Fare $24 50. Tickets through furnished on board the boats at Charleston, or on application to K. LAFITTE Si <:0., Agents, Union Wharves, Charleston, 8. Charleston, Oct'ber 26th, 1841. _ N. B.?The Proprietor* of the Tri-Woekly Line between Charleston ai d Savannah contemplate running a Daily ill li-u of a Tri-Wcekly Line between those places, of which due bo tice will b* given, ?31 "iUMMKH AKRANUfcMKNT NEW YORK AND PHILADK.LPHIA RA -flOAI) LINE DIRECT, l Fog Niwibi, Nkwurun<wic?, I'KiNcrToiv, Teewtoiv, IJoRUK stow \isH Bt iu ini)Toff Leaving f ry/ York daily from the foot of Courtlandt st. Morning Line at 9 A. M.?Mail Pilot Line at 4X P- M. The Morning Line proceed! to Bordentown, from thence by steamboat to Philadelphia. The F.vening Line proceed*, direct to Camden (opposite to Philadelphia) without changrof cars. Passengers will procure their tickets at the office foot of Courtlandt street, where a commodious st.-amboat, will be in readiness, with baggage crates on board. Philadelphia baggage crates are conveyed from city to city, trinont bnH opened by the way Each train is provided with a car in which a.re apart menu and dressing rooms ex?Tessiy for the ladies' use. Returning, the line* leave Philadelphia from the foot of Walnut street, by steamboat to Bordeutowti at 7 o clock, A. M. and by railroad from Camden, at 5 o'olock, P. M. The lines for Baltimore leave Philadelphia at 7k A. M., and 4 P. M. being a continuation of the lines from New York. o i B /m * m FOR 1,1V ERPOOl.?Regular packet ol the 7th KTurSV November?The lirst class fast sailing packet ship ^MflSQaPATKICK HKNKV, Cspt i>elauo, burthen 1000 tons, will sail as above, being her regular day. Her aero in mo (Lit ions for cabin, second cabin anil steerate passengers are not surpassed by any vessel m port Persons intending to embsrk should make immidiate appli] cation to the. subscriber JOS. McMURRAY, 100 Tine street oifec Comer of Sooth. NEW LINE OFPACKETS-KOK LIVERmJWWPOOL - Packet of 16th Novemobor?The splendid MmmHmwkII known packet ship lIOTTINOUK.lt, 11(10 ton* burthen, Captain Ira Bursley, will sail on I hursday, Kith Nov, her regular day. The ships of this line being all 1000 tons and upwards,persons about to en bark for the old country, will not fail to see the advantages to be derived from selecting this line in preference to any other, as their gre.at capacity renders them every way more comfortable and convenient than ships of a smller class. Those wishing to secure berths in this magnificent ship, should not fail to make early application to W. (k. J. T. TAPSCOTT, At thair Gt>n?ral Passage Office, 43 Peck slip, n3 ec comer of South st. ???- FIRST PACKET KOK LIVERPOOL -Thespleu fflHM'V.did, fast sailing, favorite ship ADIRONDACK, 1000 JKMaEatousgCapt ilackstafT, will sail positively as above, h<tr regular day. i he ships of this line being all 1000 tons and upwards, persons about to embark for the old country, will not fail to see the advantages to be derived from selecting tins line in t reference to any other, as their greit opacity renders tliem every way mure comfort ible aud convenient tiiau ships of a smaller class. Those wishing to secure berths, should uot 'ail to make early application on b'-ard, or to W. & J. T. TAPSCOTT, At!their General Passage Office, 43 Peck Slip lllr "or South S1T*"I. Kurt LIVERPOOL?The New I.<u^?Itegulir Packet 16th of November?The line NM? York bui t JMMKBPackel ship UOTT1NGUKR, Ira Bursley, masta , lOiO tons, will sail as above her regular day. Kor freight or passage having very superior accommodations, apply to the Captain on board, at west side Burling slip, or to WOODHULL & MINTURNS.irr South st T-he fine new packet ship Liverpool, J. F.ldridge, master, 1160 tons, will succeed the Hottinguer and sail on her regular day. 16th December. n2 r FOR LIVERPOOL-NEW LINE-Regular ' Packet of 2ith November.?The splendid packet ISllll?>dii|> ROSCIUS. tjaptain John (Collins, of UOii tons, will sail as above,her regular day. For freight or iwssage,having handsome furnisliej accommodations,apply on hoard at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall street, or to E. K. COLLINS & CO. Price of passage, $75. 56 South street. Tlie packet ship Siddons. Capt E K Coob, of 1000 tons, will succeed ihe Roscius.aud sail Llie25th December her regular day. Passengers may rely upon the ships of this line sailing puuc tnally as advertised. _______ _ I'27 _ fcjfg- FOR LIVERPOOL?British Ship?With despatch ?The_we|l kii9wn__very fast sailing British slop Mf.BiMl, John Wilson, master, having a large portion of her cargo oil board, will have immediate despatch for the above port. Shipper* of goods will find the Chester a most desirable conveyance. Kor freight or passajre. having very comfortable accommodation*, iplv to tile subscriber*. ROCHE, BROTHERS & CO., 35 Fulton it.. o21r next door to the Kulton Bank. fcgg- KOR NEW ORLEANS?To sail on Monday, KrjfjrVlhe 6th Nov , or passage free ?'I he snpeiior. fast MMKosiiling ship CNION.Capt Mussel, will he despatched a* above. She ha* spleueid accommodation* for cabin. 2d cabin and *teerai!e passengers, who will be taken at the lowest ate*. Thoie d-*irou* of securing berth* will require to make early application on board the ship, at Murray's wharf, or to JOHN HERDMAN, 61 South ?treet. near Wall street. N. B ?The ship FRANCIS DEPA TJ. mil* this morn ink at 9 o'clock, and can yet tak* a few mo-* 2d Cibiu and two cabin passenge'* if application is made ill time. o3I ?*3?- ONLY REGULAR LINK FOR NEW OHMtlsJW LEANS.?The following fir*t class packets will JltJilKa *ail.punctually as advertised, weather permitting, or passage iree, vix : ? The ORLEANS, Captain Seers, on the 5th of November. The SHAK8PEARE, Captain Miiier, on the 10th of November. The SARATOGA, Captain Russell, on the 15th of November. The accommodations of the** ships for cabin, second cabin, and <t*era?e passengers. are such as cannot fail toemure every comfort to passeng rs during the voyage. The ship* of this line have now commenced their regular trips, and will sail punctually every five dsys throughout the seson. Passengers may, therefore, r-ly on not being detained. The price of pas*age being very low, til -*e wishi ig to secure berths in either of the above p<?ki t?, can do so by applying ou board, or to W. *. J. T TAPSCOTT, At their (ii'neral Passage Office, <3 Peck Slip, n2 r corner of South street. KOR NH W ORLEANS?To sail on the 13th of w"ylfVNoveiT^er? or passage tree?The superior, fast sailing AMBBoship 11' L AH, (apt llainmoud, will sail as above Her accommodation* tor cabin, ?econd cabin and steeraae passengers ar? unsurpassed by any vessel in port. Person* wishing to embaik, should male early applicitiou to the sub criher. JOSEPH V1CMURRAY, n4r 100 Pine *treet, corner of South. NEW YORK & BOSTON SOUND HI LOT. AWEN PRE8COTT, Pilou^or take* charge as master and y' pilot of vnsael* bouud to New Bedford, over Nantucket Shoals, Bostou. Portsmouth, Portland, Kennebeck, and OTHSR PORTS. Office at Krye & Shaw's Nautical store, 223 vVater street, comer Beekman. Kefrrence to a number of m?r bant* and the several [osnranee Companies in this city, Bos in. apH PorflanH 1m? rm NEW 8TYLK OF CHILDREN'S VELVET '< APB The subscriber has a large and beautiful assortment of Weotlemen's and Boys Caps, of the la 'e t 'ashiou, which lie will sell as cheap as any other 'stabli hment in this citi? | imong which inav he found gentleman's cI h, velv?t, a new style of glued, -lid fine otte> caps. A'so on hand a large suppl of mole *kin, silk and fur hati, of a beauiil'ul finish, for sale low Fancy Furs? Also, constantly on hand, a Urge assortment of Muffs and Fur Trimming* for sale at very lo * pric s. N B?The Caps of the subscriber took the premium at tlis late kair of the American Institute. WM. BROWN, n3 lin'ec l?S Chatham st oppo i'e Roosevelt. ' PREMIUM HA.TS ANJ)CAP9 fl SUPERIOR Moleskin, Nutria and Silk Hats, Cloth J^*>ind Velvet Caps of the subscriber's manufacture A di plomi was awarded bv the American ln<tiiu e, at the late Kair | Iinlons w*? also *w arded for superior si>eciinens of cloth and velvet eaps. t)ii jvuid * lirge a-iortm nt ?f ha's and can.

iVrsons in want of articles in his line, are re*|>?Ttfully solicited to lavorhim will?a call. WILLIAM B/lN T.V, No. W Canal st, co'ner of Wooster street, o3l lm*m and No. 110 Cha1 ham street. BOOTH. BOOtS AND 8HOE8, cheap, and <40lMPf rlieai <r than ever vet off r?il in tliu city A very large assortment of penis'single and double soled water proof ttoots. Kruich and native calf, city made and warrantad, fnr the low price of $3 to $'i per pair, and a never failing supply of thick UnoM anil Shoes for men, boys and children, ladies', missis* ui(l children's liiifc-r Boots, Ifu.kins, Slippers and Ties, of ill (he different kinds and inost fislnonaMe style*. Th?re is Moo cttiai and all the different kinds and fashionable stvles'of India Rubber over Shoes, for gentlemen. ladies, misses and children in ?r?st abundance, and cheap, winch the subscribers would licit tli-ir friemls and the public to call and enmiue their <tock, as it is of the beat materials, and princ psHy ?|ly in.tde it their large ejublishmmt, Hi Itrteuwicli street, corner of vturr.iy st. WBKiHT, C M.MOUN It CO. ^ Oi>OTS \ l? SliOKS.? WILSON & JOHN SON, Succi ssora to John Hutching*, deceased tat eon hand aud for tale, from the but manufictories in the '"sj'l' net Coane Sewed and Penned Boot*, men and boy*. 100 " Fine " lOfiO l air Morocco Bnskms. 100(1 ' Indies' Kine Olivers, JW(i " Children's Sh.>es, various colon. 5m) Woinei? and initses uaiter*. 1004 " Iudi.i Ivibbers, trimmed nud plain. Kor ?nl?" in lotj t" unit rurslnu^rn, at their more. 120 CIIaTIIAM 8TKF.KT, opnotite Ro?rir?lt N, B?The store b*inf open until 10 o'clock in the eveniiif {[*? country inrroliiuiui *u opportunity Kv itmiur goods at tnrit leiture. ?ji im?r j BOOT AND SHOE STORR. JOHN KKADY retpm tfaUy inform* his fami* ml the Public. that he lint conim??ir?.| hotinrtt in the ?b<>*e ; iVnr Nuitn tin-et, wli?r? h# v?ill thnobinlly | tanfaithfnlly eaqcule, *11 nr.)?ft iie.m.i? lie Itioretl with on , hmi* i*4M>p*hle term* frtl <vis)i4 i j BBpB?gig-1.1- M '"ttaMMMBWMB IRK E LNING. NOVEMBER 5, 1 ENGLISH AI > V KKT1SEMENTS. I THE NItW VOKK HERALD U ranlarlv fiM in Londoa ; I l>v Mr. P.^L SIMMONOS, Vijeiit lor the American Papers, British aiid KorriKii Newspaper Office, 18 Coruhill, Lundoo, \ opposite tIn- Koyal Kiclmuie, wli*r? orders and advertisements will be received s28tIr GLNERA1, AUfc-NV.Y AND COMMISSION OFFICE 18 COKNHILL, LONDON, OPPOSITE THE KOYAL EXCHANGE rP() MKRCHANTS, Commercial News Rooms, Public Li I I braries, Agricultural Societies,Officers of the United States, Priuters, Publuber* of Newspapers, &.c. P. L. SIMM')N DS, General Agent mid Commission M?r- | chant, I>?k* to acquaint Ins friends and the American public in j general,that he ii n~i ljr fo rei-ejr? orders for the sapply of News- | l*pers, Periodical*. Stationery, Printing Materials, Hancy Arti- i eles, Hie. ol any tciml ami ijnantity, ami foods of every descrip- | uon 01 tirst rate quality at the very lowest market nrices or the day, and to transac'busn *? upon tlie most liberal terms, provided lw n previouiy famished witli funds or drafts at either long or short uates, or a reference ou some London or Ll verpool house Tor payment P. L. Siminonds will alio receive consignments ofany description of m?ichandi? to he told on commission, and accept hilli.it short date* for two third* of the ainouut, on receipt of the hills of ladiuic. > 'ousignmeuta entreated to his care will in?et with everv possible despatch in their disposal, consistent with the iuhirest ot the c"uaiguees: an eitensive knowledge of general hnsiuess coupled with promptitude,attention and judgement. will he trustsenable him to give complete satisfaction to all who may favcw Rim with their commands. Reference may be made in New York to James Oordon Beunett, Ks?j., Proprietor of the Herald,who is personally acquainted with Mr.Simmondjand the nature and extent of his establishment. s28tf r TO NF.WSPAPKR AtiKNTS AND PUBLISHERS IN THK UNITKl> 8TATK8. THOSE excellent Illustrated Newspapers, The Pictorial Times, and Illustrated Loudon News, are supplied at 7s 6d sterling per qr. Punch at 4s lid perqr, and all the Loudon and Foreign Newspapers as they appear an- regularly supplied, wholesale and retail, by P. L. SIMMOND8, Newspaper and Periodical Agentj 18 CoruMill, Loudon. Subscriptions in advance, may be paid mto the Herald Office, on Mr. Simmonds' account. Advertisements received for iusertiou iu all the London, Country and Foreign Journals. s28tf LUCINA CORDIAL^ ob tiik ELIXIR OF LOVE. In olden time, among the Jews, That man a second wife might choose? Whose lirst, by Kate's unkindly doom, No children bore to bless his home. Afflicted thus, the Roman matron I'ras'ed to Lncine, the midwife's patron; Kgvptian wives, in such a crisis, Called to their aid the Priests of Isia; And even now. the meek HindooWarm as her clitne, and tender, too? If childless twelve months from her bridal Flies weeping to her seimeles* idol, And with rjised hands, iu accents wild, Petitions Bramah for a child; For well aim knows. Love shuns to bleu The Htndoo btd of uarivunitss. 8o much forlore in days by-gone, And savage customs in our own; But say, even now, does Love's communion Bless in our land, a sterile union f No, oft times conjugal felicity, I* thus disturbed?ay, e'en in this city Vet may the barren, if they try The means "increase and multiply," With "Love's Kliiir" for her friend, The childless wife's repininga cud. Bnt not the procreative power Alonk, is this hiixir'a dower. Consumption's ills it will prevent, With vigor clothe the impotent; Suppress a gleet, whatc'er its date, Aud all life a functions renovate; F.ruptiona from the skin it chases, And brings back beauty and tl? graces; 'Tin woman'i. trust?and ne'er deceives her. From Kluor Al'uus it relieves her, Aud each disease. (with proper caro, too,) Her fair and fragile form is heir to. , ( These are but truths, who calls theai Actios Shall have stem proof in contradiction, i Letters?all forms of attestation? From the savins of every nation; I With gratel'el missives from all miarters, I Penned by Disease and Quackery's martyrs. 1 Thousands who lay, with fluttering brentri, Almost within the "am of death; Now in their nightly prayers re|>eat, I Thanks to Life's IVieud. in Nassau street. ,/iuu sum'-!imea Uiiii'-.H mr very fmmwr? "Ninety-two Nnui"?even in their slumber? Or, dmuninc of Disease* ordeal, Cry i at for the "Locina Cordial." I Persons Oideriug this medicine from the country, bT tending a remittance, can nave it boxed up and sent to any part of the Union. Price S3 per bottle, or $24 ;*rdi ?n Also for ?ale at No. "M North ?th at. PhM-delphia olO lin'm 1 D\\ si SHEET RUBBER OVER SHOES??i Maiden Lane. Experience I a* piovn that a leather sole can h- attached to Ind.a K ubher uppers, so that it is impossible to sei*ra r them iu the course oi ?eiring These Ovar Shoes,* h ich have already t rown i"t i diauae leather overshoes and inocaslim, and to which th* water proof boot ia fast tendinir, are iiiroi?he-l by the Rox >ury luiiii (lubber estab ishment, 2i Maiden Lane, of a ijualitv surprisingly pe feet anil altog?thoi bette 'hau are being made by any oilier estahliahm-ut in tha trade The paten' juilied alipiier Oter Shoes ain Boot* are furnished o ily nt tins establishment Every article appertaining to the rubber busur*.* for sale or made ro oxler HORACE H. I)AV, Successor to the Roxlni'V I. R. C , I DS lm*r 25 Maiden Lane OKHt.fc, OK J K V V K R 8 O N INS UKANC E C O MI 'ANY ?Office 36 Wall street. This company continue their bn tineas of insurance against loss or damage by fire, an goods, wares and merchandise, and alao no vessels luid their cargoes' gainst loss by inland navigation. DIRECTORS. Thomas W. Thome, Kliaha Rigcs, Thomas T. Woodruff, Benjamin R. Robson, Jolin R. Davison, Francis P. Sage, Thomsou Price Joseph Allen, John 11. Lee, John P. Moore, Moses Tuckcr. James F. Holmea, Caleb C. Tuuii, James 11. Whiting, Anson Baker, Win. K. Thorn, Joseph Drake, lrad Hawley, John C. Merritt, Thomas Moirell. THOMAS W. THORNE. President HBO T. HOPE. ?rrr-.MrT mil igiTN PURSUANCE of an order of the Snrrogateof the County 1 of New Yurk, notice ia hereby giv?n to all persoua having claims against John Carrall, late of the city of New York, junk Shop keewer, deceased, ro present the same with the vouchers thereof to the snbserilier; and all |>ersons indebted to the state, are requested t? make immediate payment. JOHN CONWAY, Ki'r. 117 Willet at. n i v v?i. i i mi - ? . ?? ? LOVIS, COURTSHIP AND MARRIAGE fUST Published, Physiological Mgriuria and Revelations ?* in Love, Courtship and Marriage; an Infallible Guide Book, for married and single, iu matters of the utmost importance to the human race, by Kiigene Beck I ami, M. D. T miniated from the third Paris edit ion, by Philip M. Haward. Among the matters duly considered iu the work, are " Matters of serious importance to single and young married i>er?ona." " The causes of and certain cure for barrenness." " Tne art* of beauty and courtship." " Thedanger of solitary practices, and how the habit may be removed, and its effects cured," The cause of love and jealousy, with infallible remedies for eradicating from the mind the seeds of a hopeless or an unhappy passion." " Offspring, with newly discovered modes based on scientific principles, Ibrthe prevention, or propitiation thereof."? " Intermarriage." " Dress, with the form and colors most becoming to the various shapes and completions." "The most auspicious season for wedlock." " And most other matters of interest in single and marriedlife, as relates to the principal sub jects above noted." For sale wholesale and retail, at 103 Nassau street, New York. A post paid order enclosing 11. directed to HOLLAND h GLOVKH, New York city, will procure a copy of the work being sent to any part of the United States, or the < anadas. or three copies will be sent for $2 Twelve copies w ill he sent to oil* address for 17. None but franked or post paid letters taken out of t+ie post office. CAUTION?A work proteasing to be the above, but which is a mere catchpenny, has been published and peddled about the streets. The genuine work can only lie had at Holland Si (Mover's. the holders of the copyright at the ntficn of the Cyuosurr 10? Nassau st, one door from Ann street The genuine edition h-s gilt edges, is noMly beund iu dark cloth with "Becklard's Physiology ' iu gold letters on on - si'V, and isemhellished witn a steel engraving of the author. Also observe that the genuine edition lias the copv right mafk on the bark of the title page. o2J dyVwy lm*r UNITED STATES TEA EMPORIUM, 121 late 1251 C>uitKam utreet, \ru> York And 118 Fulton street, Brooklyn. Aukncv, 311 Iti ki.c kkb Htrcki, W H O L K 8 A L K AND HKT AIL, Tm: CANTON TEA COMPANY continue to offer fot sale new and fragrant Teas of every variety and style Their assortment specially includes the most delicious anv powerful grades of (.ircni and Black Kvery package bean th> st/imp of neatness and elegance, and the Teas therein are si thoroughly secured from light and air, that their quality an?* power will remain unimpaired iu any climate. Their systen of prosecntiug business is, |ierliaps. scarcely to beeicelled li is rounded upon the utmost regard to the rights of (lie customer, especially with respect fo weight anil quality, and nnri 1 ! vailed rhespness. All purchasers are called U|H>n to return au\ irticles which fail to give them the utmost satisfaction^ whicl lit* money will lie cheerfully and promptly refunded. Cou?itr\ merchant*, public eatablishmcntj, heads of families, and ship inistrrs will find it a decided advantage to supply thsmsejvei from this ettabliihne) t. HtfijiMK Java Coi vrn roasted every day. Orders from all parta of the United Huiea etacnted wit! promptitude and deapateh. /* The only warehouse ia America for the sale of Hon qua1* ee'?*?r?te<t Plsek Tei Im m t'HlLADKLPHIA DAOUKRREOTYPK ISsTABLISHVIENT, tXl'H AOK BUILDING, ROOMS 26 AND V. 'Tail -l,. i... i.. i l,i. I r i'?-I...J? I ct>Vbr*:?'l Dainrrmtri* ApiUftUi, U'lfe and ?iuall airea with achromatic lrui?? made according to Profeaaor I'etival'* calculation. Alio a n?w anpnlr of h>?t pUtM and chemical*, which h? warrant* good *11 <1 nelli at redtjeed pricea The fo Towing gentlemen hx?? avrwd to act n ^genH, vit? Wlire, ?<! . 17J Broadway New Vork P. Ilaai, p ?q Washington. I). C. Ur V Caipari, Uirhmond. V?. H Browlbrat, Eu, (or tin Southern State*. Win. W?t, Esq 1 I'liici.inati, Ohm. VII ei?i.mmiic?riOB? (|<oit psitl) and orders, aecumpari-ij wit" r initt-iutts, will 1m i>rotnplIy attended to, Mid should be directed to W1LI.IAM I.AUOKNHMM ' ol7 iin'r Kichange Buildings. Philadelphia ro rnc. fU?Liu Jfi 1 TO S.'SftOO ?Mr Kmucii R rump, Watch Makei t]p i Ul' 2*8 Oraud street, h?>gt to illlorm hi* friend* and th. public. that iadepvurienl o: th? Watch ^uaiuess. he is prepare. ! 10 make adrances in cash en gold and silver watches,diamonds t Iver ten seta, spoons forks *nd e?erv description of (old n ,ilv>( in iuiV shape, intended lor immediate tale '^aah to an' imi>nn( paid fur nid *?>l I and ail?rr. Watches of ererv de | scriptioa re pa if J and warranted 24k Urajui str<?l. I I lin** . . EliS, HA : A,( .! %, iV0 THe'. LOSS of K**t, .indl.e?? no hindrance ro liquet <>l v?*Uing~JOitN K. THOM AS, <'ork Leg Mtker, fc<. ratpcc fully inform* the public that h* luu return*! Irom Phi t l?<lel(>hi* to it* Water street corner of Plk?, Naw York City, where lie eon tin dm to uiviufactnra \KTIKICIAL LIMBS, 0 on ? plan tiie moat correct and !?aat complM aird.liafuif, thrnngi, niviuitv, invented. nutiU. tiki worn an artificial lac for fort? ? yeara, uirt tw?n i m?niilHctur*r for tlnrtr-five vMri, l*u? onnfi rteot f>r tivwif a?t ?Tacrion to cM who cull ou him t'gr (,i< a, '* li.uidn, Anna, or th? Common Wooden Li at lm*r t [ERA [843. kew York Lyrlca. Corrcc 40b PiiTOLi rn* Two; Bumiiitc* im rm* Bach Gsourd Th# li<lit? humt tilu?, ttie move pipu imokeJ, Tlia I >11 > < 11 r < I louil did nawl, For bloody fight wan going 00, til l'amoua Tammany Hall. Young Eddy awoieby all that'* blue, Till hia lace mi red Are, That einry thing he laid wut trua. And Harry ?aia liar. Brave Harry could not itand tha Joke, But anying nottiint? more, Ha hit poor E4dy anch a poke, Which laid him on the floor. N -*t day a little note wa? tent, ureal heaven* : it it true, Aud folk* *11 mid that Edward meait To put bravv Henry through Tlilit morning Edward Could not (lerp, (' I'wu ?o you may dapen i) ? But noon he crowed the mighty (leap, With Barney for hi* friend. When they nrrived in Jeraay State, Tliey in a wagon got; And Barney h? did trap hi* whip, Which made the pony trot. They drove, and drove for full two houri, Which very plainly allowed, Tlmt the ittipid horae,couTound hi* hida, ilai got outht) wrong road. Oreat lu-lt. they cried with one accord, (for they saw 'twa* very clear) Some letter) painted nn a hoard, Which read "aatertvinment here " Into the ho'Uflthey ijiickly bound, And K><ve a knowing wink. Then alter looUng all around They took a privato driuk. Then Eitwurd un'o Burn ay nald, "Let'* go before we'rn tight, For now my boy, my mul'i in arm*, I'm eager for the flght." Once more they're on the cuahioh'd ieat.% Swift did the puny trot ; They hail at leaat two mile* to ride Broru they reached the ?pot. But ta'e had will'dit otherwise, Or el?? it was the Mayor, For McOrath and D iwjor, dam their aye*, JuhI feiied the pretty pair. It wan too b id. for I'll bo bound. That Ed and Barney r?ck?ue<f, To m?et hr#vb Hm rv on th? ground With Hi Rich lor nin fecoad. Buffalo. [Corrnipond^nttti of th? H? aid.] Roadild* ileinlneacences- No. 4. Buffalo, October 19, 1&43. The Gnat Copper Rock of Like Superior. J. G. Bbnnktt, E?Q.? DEAE yiRThe celebrated copper rock, of which I wrote in a former letter, reached Detroit safely, and wan landed fr.im the Brewster jmt as I atep|*d on board the De Witt Clinton, (a fine boat, commanded by Oapt Squires,) to come to this place As this ia one of the greatest curiosities of the day, and will excite considerable talk, let me give you the history of it, [tartly obtained from my own observation, and partly from the Indiana, and others. 1 win find no account of this remarkably large ipei-im-n tf native copper of an earlier date than thout 100 years ago. At or about 1730, a party of Englishmen came to the region ot the pictured rocks on Like Superior, to mine for copper. Aa a matter of course, they found none among that siafs>iUr aand-ttone region Another party, in 1764 or 66. cnme tiiere tor h similar puriaw ; one of the?e I left hid u line cut in the rock ; it rends thus. fir ms my memory aervt-s in<*: ''P. 13ishi f, 1764 " However, Or. Houghton took a copy of the name, I which I forgot to do H^nry, the celebrated travel ler, Hi-?n v:>i'<-n tn;s copper rocK ana region ; iimi having hi? work bv m? at present, I must, reler vour reariera to his bonk lor an account of the | lice ^ome of these miners lelt 11 few ot their tooljat <he On' nagon river, where they have wine been found; anil in uirting down a large tree, whilst I was up ihere, I he miiiT* found a piece of a copiier ketilr tn the cart i under the trre, and over which the tree hud grown ; this mum have remained there ne trly 100 yearn. These early miners dug into the cliff* on the hduk of the Ontanagon, near where the rock Uy, in hopes to fi.id copper, hut of course without finding any.as this great mas* is merwly an enormous detached bouldir of copper, (so to speak,) not lound lying in til a The rock is said to tiave been made known by 'he Indiana to the firm French traders that went t<> the Onun agon the Frenchmen found the Indian; in possession ul various copper ornaments, and, on enquiry, were shown th* rock as the source of ihetr supply. Perhaps, however, all this ean be iscertameil by a reference to Father Hennepin. Ohaeteilax, Charlevoix, <te<! Certain it is tha' '?en Cass and his party, in 1826, were among the first Americans that visited the rock ft r scientific purposes. You may remember that the Gensrai went tip to Ftmd Hu fsic, (bottom of the lake,) Like Superior, in lS26,to make a treaty with some of the O-jib-e-ways. At that lime he paid a visit t?< th? copper rock, in company with Henry h Schoolcraft, and others I did not think to a?k Gen C , when I saw him in Detroit, but I believe he ihen made no tflort to bring the rock away ; he had, however, a perilous vovage, and came neat famishing, and was also nearly drowned Schoolcraft gives the dimensions of this rock at 3 feet 8 inches long, and t feet 4 niches broad, anrt says it coniains about 11 cubic feet; he also add* ihat it weighs about 2200 Iks. Henry, the traveller, who saw it in 1766, says it then weighed fiv tons Or Houghtru, the eminent State Geologist lor Vlichigan, calculates its weight nt about lour tons nf course thes'- are allroimh guesses; but, from nieamirirc it and*>eeins it lilted in and oui ot the Algonquin and Brewster, I think it cannot weigh ver three tons This would make it the largest inown specimen of native copper in the known world, nlihough there is a very fine specimen nt native coopt lying in a valley in Brazil, which weighs 2866 Portuguese pounds. So much for dimensions. Although General Cass did not at his visit attempt to remove the rock, he subsequently sent a party t< (he Outanagon for that purpose, n short time after wards. This party considered tlv rock loo larg' to he moved by mechanical means; so they cut lbout thiny cords ot wood, built a large Hie arounn it, and thvn threw wat?*r on it, in hopes p woulc ( rack all to pieces This onlv had the eft^ct o breaking oft same ?>f the quartz rock, tec , that win mechanir.sllv attanhed to its sides. The party ih'r '>ecame diph-ariened and went away; having moved the rock about 4 or 6 Iret only Irom the edge 01 'he river, where it whs originally found Another narty went there a year or two Hitrr wards, amon* whom was Mr Barbeau. of the Sault Mt. Marie, hu hey had to better luck- About thin time, Mr Joseph iSpencer, one ot Gen Cses's party, mention d the rock and its situation to Mr. Julius Eldred i hardware merchan', ol Detroit. Tl e latter thri ootrived a plan to remove it, but was not able t< (0 to the spot until 1W39 The Omanagon river divides into an east and m >v*st branch, about 24 miles from Us month; sor ibou?6 mileaup the we-t fork of the river, or about to mile* Irom its inoath('ollowing all the winding* ) his celebrated rock lay It also lay on ihe wk ?ank of the west !?>r!< of ihe river. The river if iere about 15 rods wide, very rapid ?nd very shal low?ine banks or bluff* ure over 120 teei high a' his spot, crowned witn cedar and hemlock, ei>c ine trees. The bed of the river is filled with boul era of granite, vreenitone, stenite, homhl?nde unvgdaloid, Sec. Ace , varying in *i?e frum 10 fe^' Unmet'r, downwards Au.1 this rock lay ou ib? dge of the river, *t times partially covered by tin a'er, and looked Idle one of ihe other boulder? xterimlly, having been pMrtiully worn by the a ion of the Witter and other rocks Some of th? irees having fallen down Irom the blufta with m&sset >f esrili and saridatone, have led to ihe idea the 'his rock rolled down to the river from th<- wes iliff, when its s<uh.structure wax washed swtiy. Nothing rnort was done towards removing tliii ock until 1841?Mr Klrlr'd ihen wen' up tu th? 'salt St. Marie in September Oil the 17 h r.e wen ?p in the bri< A-tor to La P<>inte, near the head '' >?ke Suprri >r, and about 8j or 100 'rules beymu he mouth f thf Ontansgon He there boug it , nil (.I'd Mackinaw hi.at, went down th?<:On?t i> ron river?there he hired three ludiana ami tvvi :anoe*, an ! all weni up the Ontanagon three unlet rom it* mouth?here they pitched a camp, leli th oat and went up to the forka in cancer; they camp d at ih<* forks, and sot to the rock nvxt dnv ahon loon. They had tool# wuh them, and cut oft piecu >t the rock, but could not ino?e ii?ihey ape a l thai lay and night there, and returned nen day to then Mackinaw boat- went immediately to ihe mouthol he river, Indiana, canoe* and all, aud there en?aiup'd. Here he btrguiaetl with the Indiana. who, ai < hat time owned all that region, (they did not aeil it < LD. PrU* Two tMtl till tl?e of I.* Ptniiw, On. 4, 1842 ) 10 buy ?hf lock lor #180. ot wnich ?um lu- | ?ni ihf-ni $46 down, and ?nrerd to pay ih?- t>alai.i;e neit yt-Hr.whr n hr (eichfd itawny. Mr Etdrrcl thm r-iururd to .U.. Sit IL1 on ih? ll/k. /.? I l-..-1 - ? Ill*- ?HUI? tn fiaiiv WM iu?aiiiS m vtioutr, H1IU thence borne lo Deiroit Id ltM2, Mr. K. went up 10 the jault to preptie ua ouilit t<> goon for the rock, hut w??diMppomtrd and had to n-tnrn home fn October the ?nnr year Mr. Kobrrt ytu??i,'or the Uou?d States, bought all that region <** ?> nl Chocolate ltiver,ot the Indiana, lor about Jj85o 000, or >ib >ut 17 rente per acre On the llih of June, 1843', Mr. Etdred leti Detroit, determined io leich th?* rock away ? all hoards lie took with friia the tu'es and wheels 'or a amal strong car, (something like a vrry srmll tool ca r l<> o railroud rr pairei) *i>u titter too'a ?nd tai k>?\ wuh five men Hud provisions H* wrnt up to L< Pointe, hired a nnddhnK aiaed Mackinaw boat ul D? B?>rue, ("be entf-rpriHing aid ?'?('i*<l t>g-nt < I A V 0 ) went to the AuiHimtti'ii, mid aecei.il> d 12 mi ca up it to the foot at the first heavy raj id Here he It It the boat and huth a store li"Un?* lot hi" provisions and tackle ; he wu detained here a wrek by heavy rains, winch cauaeil the river to riae to 6 feetand prevented Ins ascending He started, however, on the 4th of July, with two hired Indiana sc guide*, and two bark canoes- Willi the** he w?-nt 9 miles, mil landnj 3 irnlea below the Forks. at directed bjr 1 he ludian guides, wiih a vi?-w to take a n?*r croaa cut over the hillx to the roCk, winch fay 9 miles I Irom there by the river, and only 4J nulea in ti airnighi iine. The party ihrn cui acres* this 41 mile* through heavy wooded land and th.ck brui-n. acr h* mountains and through deep*1- ns, where ('o look al the placr) you would suppose it impi?ih-iblr to e?rry such m mass across in any wuy ; they reached the rock that same 4tli of July, Ihe 1 i<diaits then declared ihnt 20 yoke of oxen could not move the rock Alter staying here two day* they went hack to the Mure house and brought provisions and all their tackle, with the <1 coat iron wheels and wrought ail-a, staples, chains, <Scc They next made what is cilled a stone bopr, or bottom, of the car* on winch the rock was to be placed They then hitched chiins round ihe r<>ck,and took two pairi / doub a tall blocks and moved the rock 20 feel up the at ream, and into the shore. Here ihey rolled it overon to th? carbottom They men made a ro*d up a hill where here is over 60 lect perpendicular accent; and cut lir trees to slid*- the car-bottom. lock ant: all, up on. At this time t-evt r.tl miner* reached the place, who were explotingtha country ; and the patty mustering 21 strong, slid it up the hill or bank ou the 1 lib of Jul/. On the top of the hill they made a capstan, incTder to haul the car and rock forward on rollers. This plan did not work well, and all one aftersoon they only moved it thireen rods on level around ; they then sent but k to the store h< use lor tne car wheel* snd more provisions Then they cut out timber and tnado twohectiona of n stout wooden rati track,each twenty five leet long; they pried up the roth, took the car bottom Irom under it, cut into the car bottom half wh v, fitted the axles in, and completed the rail car The rock was then elevnttd five leet by supiors; the track was laid under it, the ear alto rolled on the track under the rock; the blockings djit supports gradually taken away to ease ihe rock r<own io the car bed (*hieh stood ten inches above he rail track, the wheels being fourteen inches high) snd about du.?k this monster w.ta laid snugly, for ihe first time, at leaat in 5847 years, on a rail car and a railroad. Next morning they moved it seventeen rods before breakfast; und in all *ev? n'y-one rods that day, the ground being lolt rnMy level. A- fa?t es the car wm rolled or drawn ofV t >e hind section of tatlroad, by <lie entail mid tackle, that section was taken up and placed in advance, thus making a sort ol continuous tiack In thia way the rock and car w-re moved diy after day, along the four and a hall imlr s to the rivt-r ; sometimes it was moved a* fur us one hundred and thirty rode in n day, and tometimts only file en rods, over hilts bix hundrtd leet high, valleyn.dei pravines, thick lorest,heavy bru.-hwood, glens, ro< kf>, and all manner ol places T"ie lam mile to the liver waa u de?ceut; ai.d hers they fdStr ncd the car it the hiud end (if thu ruil track, placed chid* across the road made of trees, and run the **h >le concern down the h^ll like a sied, having the ta< kle made lust to trees on the hanks. At 'he bottom of ibU lonj descent there wuh a deep ravine, und through tins it w.<t? hatl-d as before on to the bottom close to the liver ! .*? k. ?'ad down a rouah walercut io the river All iht->diftance nearly the rond fir(1 to be cut uwny tlirouuli the timber Thus ihe rock was'iroughi down io three iiiiWs below the Forks, and about nineteen or twenty nnles Irom the mouth of the river. Mr. KIdred then went down the river and bought a Mackinaw boat, which he brought up io >he rock; they then cut a notch in the bank of the river; brought the bow of the boat iu there.; laid one part o( the track hi the bottom of ihe boat (after tuking out the Beau) and earrieo the oiher piece of 'he track ou a descent, so us to join and lap over the firtt piece, and thus rolled the rock, still on ilie car, cown au indued plane into the boat. Hut even here their troubles were not at nn end They knew not how :hey should get the boat < own the nrji rigui or irn ill i- n oi lilt- river, wnioil lor IDIil distance ia full ol rapid* Konuiihiriy, ilmt nlier noon there came a tremendous freshet, Hnd assi?ted nythts ihey rati the bout d >wtt b>*low th*- l"wer rapids thHt night in safety. Ne*t riav 111? y rowed diiwii wnh ih>* rni'k to 'he tnou'h ?-f Ute river by noon: this being 'he 15 h ol Augu-t H?-re the r> ck lay in the Mackinaw boat till the 12 h of September, when the A'goi quin schooner (belonging m the Cleveland Co ) came to the river ; lb'- crew ihen hoisted the rock on board, (still on the car) by carry ing the falls to the wi<tdi*??, and put the mon* ter down into the hold O i hoard the Algonquin it wag carried to the eaet end and ?no ou'let of I uke Superior, jost nt he head of 'he Failaot St Mury, a distance of 320 miles, for $100 H? re there ia a small ditch, called a canal,round 'he FalU A large Mackinaw boat was run alongside the vessel, the rock was hoia'ed into it, and the r>nat wi:s run down the canal lor three quarters ol a mile, owing to the high water in ihe Iske 7here waa anil n quarter of a mile ol ground to catry it >ver to the A. F C.'s wharf below the Fall*, where he Brewster lay ready to take it to Detroit Here '?o a'rong ciria belong ng to the A F C wrre ashed so aa to form a strong timber wagon ; the rock aad car were alung under the ajle* ol iheg? carta, and 'ouratout oxm drew it to tbe warehouse m| the a F C on the 17.h ol Sep'ember It wm nut on board the Brewster lor Detroit on the 4'h of October, and #25t>aid tor tta [utasage, a distance of ibout 460 ttiiea. It reached Detroit the U'h of October Such la the hiatory ol the celebrated Copper Rock ol Luke Sulienor It iasuppoaed that 1,000 ioa of it were cut # ll bv varioua persons he. i'>re it was mov?d lr< rft ihe On'aaagon, but not by vlr Kldred. You can uke a Inrf^ piece of it aad lammer it <>ut, and m*li" it into a co. per aaucepan, without the. aid of fire It is pure native copper, i *nh no admixture, except the m-chanical oae ol laving a lutle earthy rock hanging io it. I find thai the revenue Cutler trom thta place has fone up to seii?* it at the Sault St Marie, hy ordera f the government, and to briftg it io this plsce. This is a considerable humbug By the time the uuitf-r got to the Sault, the copper waa at Detroit, -ihibmiig to 'he curious at 25 cen's a head The ojijier does uot belong to rhe government. Milhoiinh vlr. Eldred says he will freeiy give it to iheg> at .National Instilnte, hiter lie haabhownit lor ibr* .ear* in Now York, Bmlon, Sec. It Ih ? copper beongs 10 thr government, why did not General <"unlingham, the government copper agen'. seize it wh<-n u whm at ihe Sauli 1 There were 154) soldiers ii the gamaon ih'-re, nt Furt Brady, l? aid him. VIr Kl^r'rf bought it faitly ot the Indians, bet<<re ver ihe U S. government owned the land There has heen a terrific storm here, and all the iteamhoHtx, Ate have been detained until this u.ornine, wti'ii a fleet ot seven or eight ot them and a <vhoie crowd ot saiing veaeels.weut up thr Lake* in gallant ?tyle. Th- fine old Marsha! Bertraod came in here in he fioorrt Fulton, in ihe gale i f last night. Hp is ii hue health and spirits, mid has just statted lor the Kails. I camo in here in the J)e Witt. in a splendid .torm ot rn >w and hail, with a wu,d almost str-n* unugli to blow the t?eth down our throat. Commend me to a good cracking storm on Lake trie or n.aking a ?ts?el pttch and roll "to kill " The tnuls are tu horrible contusion all ihrougli rhe west. I |4 very aiuguiar. For two days the vw Yoik Heraida came through regularly ? U' of Uie mail, wbile the tn^i! faileu both d*ye The veatern merchant* say ihe U S. mail is useless to 'hem, aud they send rnoai of their letter# by pfivate i*uj. J..H* Jo>ks. J? , ol New York. Up* a>r? Powns ii* this World ?Before the ?d|i>urnm-ni ol ine Superior Co' r , h-tion Husitd, of Jreeowich, who had pha<t guilty to the charge of orge/y, waii s< iilencrd to the State Prison forihree ,eur<" Sol many months amce. .Mr. H. wasr?gaidd * one ot the most respectable and u flu'trial itiaens io the western port ol ins county?a t< w lays since he made hia abearance in court, by 'be ideut the negro burglar liaul. and received a aunt ? teptracf 'The.. ? a ^ ^ l,.?i ?u?ht b?* ?,niurf<*?l ug?jj (C| ^ Sta*j. .n ruluung genrrntion ? Vhag V ird.