Newspaper of The New York Herald, November 19, 1843, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated November 19, 1843 Page 1
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... TH Vol. IX., No. 307?Whole No. 3530. NEW VOHK AND KINGSTON STEAM KllEIGHT AND PASSAGE LINE. , .. . 0* For Kingston, anc Delaware and Hudson Can;il?atearaboata EMERALD and NORS^d?JflujEL W i c H The EMERALD. Captain John Katcham, will laare New York, foot of Murray itreet, erery Mouday aud Thursday at 5 'clock, P M. , Will leare Kingston (Ronrlout landing) erary Wednaaday and Saturday at 3 o'clock, P. M. ..., ? The NORWICH. Captain John Samuel., will leaTO Ntw York, fovt<of Warren atrart, every Wedneaday and Saturday at 5 o'clock, P. M. _ Will l?av? K -gston (Kondoat landing) arary Tueaday and Friday at S o'clock, P. M. EXTRA TRIPS. ? The EMERALD will le^Te the foot of Murray atreet arery Sunday inoruingat 7 o'clock. Returning, lea*ea Kiugtton at 1 o'clock, tame day. For freight or paaaaca apply on board, or'to WlLiil/JHSUHi n ? >/U.| nil lm?r lfi< Wm1 street. m. - people's link of steamboats FOR albany?Daily at ti o'clock p. m.? 3L__JHCZ_ThiouKh direct? From the steamboat pier between < ourtl.Lu Jt and LibKty itroeu, Sunday MCeptad. The ateunboat KNlCKEKBOCICBB.(Ca|>t. A. 1 . St. John, will lsave Monday, Wednesday and Friday Evcr.mti, atsu o'clock. Steamboat SOUTH AMERICA, Capt. L. W Brainard, will leave Cnwday, '1 hursiLiy. and S.Kurday at 6 P. M. At 5 o'clock r. M.?Landing at Intermediate Placet. Steamboat COLUMBIA, Capt. A. Housmoo, will leave Mondnv. Wednesday. and Friday afternoon, a*, - o'clock. Stenmbost NOK'l'Il AMKK1CA, Capt. M. H. Trunadel', will leave Tuesday, Trvirsduy and Saturday Eveniug, at live o'clock. Pnasengera taking thu Lie? of Boata will at all tiinm arrive in Albany in ample time to t&ke like Morning Train of Cara lor the eaat or weat. The above boata are new aud substantial, are furnnhed with aeat and elegant State Ruomt, and for speed and accommodation! are unrivalled on the Hudiun. For railage or Freight, aurdy on board, or to P. C. Schultt U the office on the wharf. ullr NOTICE?On and after Monday, Oet. 16th, the boats uf tliia iine will leave for Albanv at 6 o'clock, P. M. instead of 7. ^INDEPENDENT REGULAR OPPOSI^ t^JT3?TION N1U11T LINK FOR ALBANY? Through Direct, without Landing.?The commodious and substantial steamboat POIU'SMOUTH, Capt. O.House .will leave N*w York from the footaf Rokiuson atrvet, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays; aiiiT will leave Albany and Troy on Suudays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, aud will coutiuue these trips for the seasou, at* o'clock in the afternoon. Freight taken at reduced ratea. Apply on board. P. S.?The above boat has undergone a thorough repair, and ia in first rate order. o2C lm*r Six O'CLOCK EVENING LINK ^UgyCTafor ALBANY AND TROY direct, without J^Eiia2E3E_lauding?the splendid low pressure steamboat SWALLOW, Captain A. McLeau, will leave the foot of Courtlaiwlt street every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday armings, at C o'clock, for Albany direct. The swallow has a large number of state rooms,and for aiteod and accommodations is not surpassed on the Hudsor. an8 ec VMSTATEN ISLAND FERRY, FOOT y:iWg?OF WHITEHALL ST.-The staamboat mg. STATEN ISLANDER will leave New York and Staten Island, on and after October 2d, as follows, lUntil further notice r V V ._l. n ?, m !/ >1/ Leave Stateil Island 1, W,' All freight shipped ii required to be particularly marked and is at the rinlc of the owner* thereof. sSOtJ1r FOR L1VK.HFOOL?Tlw New Line lleiruhr KM*?V Packet 16th December ?The new and very splendid JjmmUmNew Voik built packet ship LIVKRfOOL, John Eldridge, matter; Jliu tuns, will sail as abore, her regular day. For freight or passage, having roomy and un?urpsssed accommodations, apply to the Captain on board, west *ide Burling lip, or to WOODHULL fcMINTURNS. 87 South it. The nrw and elegant packet ship Quee i of the West, Philip Woodhouse, master; 1?J0 tons, will succeed the Liverpool, and lail on her regular day, 16th January, 1811. nl8 r_ FOR LIVERPOOL?Regular Packet of the 2.'ith KKWjfV November?The well known favorite packet ship ^ faROSCIUS, Captain Collins, of 1100 tons, will tail as above, her regular day. Her accommodations for cabin, second cabin, and steerage passengers are splendidly fitted up for the coml'irt aud convenience of passengers. I'ersons wishing to embark should mike early application to JOSEPH McMURRAY, nl8r 100 Pine street, corner of south. rtg-~ only" regular link for nkw o7?~ LEANS.?The following first class packets will JBHalbs sail punctually as advertised, weather permitting, or passage I ree, viz :? The SARATOGA, Captain Russell, on the 16th of November. The OCMULORE, Cspt. Teet, on the 30th of November. The accommodations of these ships for cabin, second cabin, and steerage passengers, are such as canuot fail to ensure every comfort to passengers during the voyage. The shi|>s of tnis line have now commenced tUfir regu lar tripe, and will sail punctually every five diys throughout the season. Passengers may, therefore, rely on not being detaiued The price of passage being very low, those wishing to sccurr berths in either of the above packets, can do so by applying on board, or to W. (It J. T. TAPSCOTT, At.their General Passage Office, '13 Peck Slip, nl2ec corner of South street. <1^ FOR LIVERPOOL?British ship?Sails on Salu:|M9V day the JJtli November.?The well known very JMlMtvast sailing British ship CHESTER, John Wilson master, having nearly all of her cargo engaged, will sail posi, lively as above For freight or passage, having very comfortable accommodations. ..r ply on board, foot of BeeUman street, or to the subscribers, ROCHE, BROTHERS & CO., 35 Fulton st., oJlr next door to the Fultou Bank. BLACK BALL, OR OLD LINE OF LIVERJHWW POOL PACKETS?Only regular Packet, ol the 19th ?mS|1I?Nov. The new celebrated fast sailing packet ship MuiS'l'fclCUMA. burthen HOUtons, Capt A. B. Lowber, will I,. ...I ?? M?.,,l... 'in.I. k-.. It is well known that the accommodations of this noble pack' et lor cabin, 2d cabiu and steerage passengers, arc fitted up ill a manner that caunot fail to insure thoie embarking every com fort, haviugvervhigh between decks, which are well lighted and seutilated, Those returmrg to the old country will at once see it their interest to select this favor te vc.sei for their conveyance in p'Werence to any other. The price ol psssag* is rrry low, for which and to secure the best berths, early application should be made ou board, loot of Beekraau st, or to the subscribers, , ROCHE, BROTHERS it CO., 35 Knltou strwt. neitduor to the Kultou Bank P. 8.?The Monterunna sails from Liverpool 011 the 7th January. Persons tending lor their relatives can hare thein brought out in her, or in auv ' I the packets comp. bin; this unequalled .me, sailing from that |Hirt punctually on the 7th and 19th of each month. _ For passage apply as above. N. B ?The Europe will succeed the Montezuma, and sail for Liverpool on the 1st December her regular day. nl7ec OLD BLACK BALL LINE OK PACKKT3 LIVERPOOL?Packetof the 19th November. fiaMlb?The splendid fast sailing new packet ship SlON Th /U.VIA, Capt. Lowber will be despatched as above, h?r regular day She has superior acooinnmd<Uion for cabin and Steerage Passengers. Those wishing to secure berths will require u> make early application to JOHN HERDMAN. 61 South st, n?ar Wall street. N. B ?Piui?ape from Great Britain and Ireland, via Liverpool, can as usual be secured by the above splendid ixtcket ship, or any thipol the line, on the low est terms; and those remitting money to their friends can have drafts for any amount, payable in all the principal tnwns throughout the United Kingdom; and on Messrs. J. Barned 8i Co. bankers, Liverpool; and M'ssrs. J. Halt Son St Co Koi further paitculars. apply as above. nl7ec KOll LIVERPOOL?NEW LINK.?Regular ?JWyP*ck?t of 2ith November.?The splendid packet jflttBfashin ROSCIUS. ? aptain John Collin*, of 1100 tons, will Mil as above,her rnunr day. For freight or paaaage. having handsome furnished accommodations,a|>|>ly ou board at Orleans wliarf, foot of Wall unrt, or to E. K. COLLINS k CO. Price of pnasage, f75. 56 South street. The packet ship Siddons, Capt E IC Coob, of 1000 torn, will succeed the Roscius.and sail the 25th December,her regular day. Passengers may rely upon the ahips of this line tailing punc tually a* advertised. o27 x??- ~ FOR LONDON?Pack" To? 10th I Nov.?The tJnWWaplHiidid fas! sailing packet ship HENDR1CK HUDJMllMlbsOX. CaM Moo<e, will aar< i unclnally a? above, hrr regular day,and having excellent acroumioditiuna for Cabin aecouu cabin and ateeragr passt ugers. those desirous of ?ecnrnig bertha, ahould not Tail to make early application lo W. It J. T. TAP8CUTT, BltM! 43 Peck Slip cor South at. MP. FOR LON PON ?Regular packet of the 20<h No*. ?The splendid ship HkNDRICK HU1I8(?N,(> tain Moore, burthen 1000 tons, will aail ,u above, her regnltrdiy. The accommodations for cabin, aecond cabin and steerage pusengi-rs, are nil surpassed by any vessel hi port. Person* about to embark should make earlr application on board, foot of I'ine street, or to JOSEPH McMURKAV, nMr " 0 Pine st corner of South. lAg- FOR BRISTOL, The well known fastaailing British baique COSMO. Cantain Win. K. O'lter JSjBUKaabridge, to sail on t*>e Mth NoYember. K'<r freight or Passage enquire of the master on board, foot of A Ibany street, N. R , nr to JUhN JACQUKS, n8 lw*r 77 Sooth itwt. {fg FOR SALK-The barbie DUC TVORI.KAN8, MfyJKlin'tlieii 310 tor.s, register; built in Bristol. Maine, in JmIMKbIRII , double deck, coppered nnd eopi>er fastened. 111 lert long, 11 le?t brain, 6 feel between decks, 1J feet hold, will be sold as soon at the cargo is discharged. Layt at .Todd's wharf Apply on boird, or to hovii * Hivcvrv I nil ec No. 9 Tontine Bmlding, cor Wall and Water sta. i*3P- REMITTANCES TO IRELAND, fce.-Th# |JCjWI'V?nl>*rril>er continues to transmit money in Hums Urge JBliMtor *mill, to |>eT?nua residing in any port of of Ireland iii ihr >mnr manner m lie, and hit prederrator in hatinraa have done for the laat thirty years nud mora ; alio, to any part ol England, or Scotland, Money remitted by letter (pott Paid) to the tnbscriber, or pertouafly depot i tea with bim, with the name of the pernon or parsons in Ireland, England or Scotland, to whom it it to Iktent, and nenrrst post town, will be immediately tmimitted, and paid accordingly, and a recript to that effect given, or forwarded to the tender. In like manner money, or claims on peraons in any part ol Ireland, England or Scotland, can lie rollected by the attbtcriher lor periont reaiding ill any part of the United States or Canada, and will be paid to them accordingly. n2llm,r UEOIMiK. MrBlflDE. Jr. 82 Cedar at. tfig- PA8SAOE KROM COHK-Via Liverpool?hi fc?y?Wthe tirat spring ship*.?We lieg to inform our frieiidt JaMWathat during the coming spring, 1844. we ahall have a ri'guUr aucceaaioii ol lirst clasa American ahi|>t, aailing from the above |>ort every week, which will lie fitted out in moll a manner for aecond cabin and *t?era*e |ia*sengeiv as cannot fail to ensure them every comfort. One of onr firm, Mr. Jamra D. Koche, reaides there, who will tee personally to the forwarding of all our |?a?fngert, arwl will t|aire neither |?uut or eipanse to meet their withes, and hava lliem forwarded withont any delay. Thoae tending for their friend* will at once aeethe advantage to be derived bv paying in our line. Apply to, or addreat il by letter pott p?.d, ROCHE BROTHK.ks & (;0. si I* niton street, next door to the P'nlton Rank, or to JAMES D. ROCHfc, 14 liorre I'isxzas, Liverpool, p. S.?raaiif* certificates and drafts can be tent from thit by he regular packet thips on the 1st, 7th, 13th. 19th and 25tli ol evry mr.ith, also by the Boston ttmmert on tlie Itt and 16th *30 PACKET KOK HAVRE? sje. md Line The w3WWahip BAL riMOKE. Edward Ennk, matter, will JHflibsail on the 1st of ijeci-mbcr. BOVD Si HINCKE.N, 9 Toutine Buildings, n8r corner Wall an.I Water street*. KdR BELIZE. HONDl'MAS?The fat suT.ug Mr X*VcnPPerrd and copper fastened brig JOHN R. UAUD MHfaNKR, J. Pederaon. master, will have quick deapttrh for the above |>ort. Kor freight or passage, apply to ins Cap . uin on board, pier 1# E. ]i. or to w66t*{ f. ALEXANDRE, 28 South it. E NE NE\ BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN ROYAL MAIL STEAM SHIPS, Of 1200 tons anil 440 horse |mw? each. Under contract with.the Lords of ill* Admiralty. HI BERNI v ( omraanded by < II K. Judkuts BRITANNIA, J.Hewitt. CALEDONIA, E. O. Lott. ACADIA, Alexander Ryria, Will sail as follows:? Fkom Liverpool. From Boston. Acadia, Sept. 19. Oct 16. Hiberaia, Oct. 4. Nov. 1. Britannia, Oct 19. Nov. 16. I'aledouh, Nov. 4. Dec. I. These veasels carry e*i?-rienced surgeons, aud are supplied With Frances' I'aUnt Life Boats. For freight or passage apply to D. BRIGHAM, Jr.. Agent, ol7r No. 3 Wall St., New York. TRAVELLERS GOINU SOUTH CK W EST?Si*te< n hours in advance o( the . S. Mail?Tri-Weekly Line to Savannah, in connexion with the Central Railroad to Macon and the Wr.t The splendid steam packets GENERAL CLINCH, Capt. J. I'. Brooks, aud CHARLESTON, Capt. F. Harden, will l.-ava Cliaiicstou eve ry Tuesday, 'i'hurudav and Saturd\y morning, at ? o'clock, after the arrival of the Wilmington boats from the north, arriving at Savannah the same day, ;,nd will leave Savanuah on the same days ns above, at 6 o'clock P. M., nluir the arrival of the cars from Macon. Travellers will find litis to be the cheapest raid n.oat expeditions route to the south and west. The above boarts are filled op in a superior style, and no expence or pains will be spared to fnsure certainty, comfort, aud expedition to tke travelling public. JOHN B. LAF4TTE. Agent, Fitzaiiuinons' Wharf, Charleston. Charleston September, 1843. sl7 2ui*r kvprfrs 1,'nu rnstnw?nailv mnk-winter ARRANGEMENT. /m HAHNHKN U CO. will ruu JMp. their package and busiiieis hi JHHc jKa^dMLjZ. press between New Yoik ami Bint.in during the winter. as follows :? v 11 Monmgton, on Tiffidavi. Thursdays and Situ days. Via Norwich on Moudaya, Wednesdays and Fridays?making a daily line. N. B.?Please mark all packagu intended for thi? liue, to care of HARNDEN Sc CO. n8r 3 Wall street. KOR BUFFALO AND ALL I'ARTS OR THE WEST ASSOCIATION PASsaui-. UKFICE TO ALBANY. Utica $2 Ofl Rochester, $3 00 Symcnse, 2 25 Buffalo, 3 50 Oswego, 2 25 Up. and Lower CanadaU 50 By the fast line to Buffalo and found, $8 00. For passage apply to M. L?. RAY, 81 Barem3min24 lay street, New York RED BIRD UNE OF STAGES, IN CONNECTION WITH m i THE NEW YORK AND VV | 1,1, RAILROAD COMPANY. h "l. ?AN(iKMKNTS ! TWO DAILY LI >Es! Ou and after Wednesday, IIth October, iutt, the Red Bird Line of Stages will leave the Tillage of White Plains. every morning, (Sunday* eicented,) at 8 o'clock, A. M., and every afternoon at 2 o'clock. P. M.t and rlie Hnlri>ad Depot, City Hall, and the Westchester House, corner of Broome street and the Bowery New York, every morning ?t 8 o'clock, and every afternoon by the 2 o'clock train. Agents are in constant attendance at th> Railroad Depots ol whom every information may be obtained, and who will als? ttend to the baggage put under their charge. HIRAM DEFOREST, Proprietor. White Plains, Oct. 4th. '843. oil lm*ec TO TRAVELLERS. GREAT CENTRA!, ROUTE BETWEEN CHARLESTON, 8. C Sc MONTGOMERY, ALA. aaaa case fife* ^3, From Charleston, S C., via. Savannah, Macon, Korsyth, Barnesville, Oriffm, Greenville, La Orange, West Point, C\tseta, Mouut Jefferson, and K'ankliu; tnence by Railroad to Montgomery, Alibaina. The travelling public sire re;pect<"u'ly informed, that by re cent arrangements, a line iinbricinij the above route has been iween Charlvston and Savannah. Steamer GENL. CLINUH, Steamer^C H A HL E8TO N, Th?Central Railroad'from Savannah to Macou, (now com wleted,( til* Monroe Railroad toUrillia, and a iie? line of Four Horse Post Coaches to Franklin, Ala; thence by Railroad to Montgomery. Thete Lines all ruu in connection. By this seventy mile* of stating is a*oidi-d. Travellers re>t one niqht a' Savannah ?nd Macon each,leaving only one night'* travrlliug between Charleston and Montgomery. Time?Leave Charleston on the artjv.il of the Wilmiugton boats on Tuesdays. Thuridivs and Satuidav*, and r?ach Savannah same days at 7 P M. Leave Savannah at 6 A. M , reaeh Macon at 1 P. M ; leave Macon at 6 A. M., reach OrifTin at 11 A. M.; leave Oriniii at IS! M. aud arrive at Franklin, Ala. at 2 P. M. next day; making the travelling time from Charleston to Franklin. Ala. 53 hours?Fare $21 50. Tickets through furnished on board the boat* at Charleston, oron application to E. LAKITTK, (li CO., Agents, Union Wharves, Charleston, S. C. Charleston, October 26th, 1841. N. B.?The Proprietor* of the Tri-Weekly Line between Charleston ai d Savauuah contemplate running a Daily in li-u of a Tri-Weekly Line between those places, of which due no tice will b? given. o3l 3w8UMMER ARRANGEMENT NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA RA -ROAD LINE DIRECT, |Fok Newarb, Nkweruiviwic*, Priwcetoiv, Trf-NTOH, Br i i i c)w n A k h U' i> i i i * Leaving Jfew York daily from the foot of Cour'landt st. Morning Line at 9 A. M.?Mail Pilot Line at 4\ P. M. The Morning Line proceeds to Bordeutown, from thence by steamboat to Philadelphia. The Evening Line proceed* direct to Camden (opposite to Philadelphia) without change of car*. Passengers will procure their tickets at the office foot of Courtlandt stmet, where a commodious st/.unboat, will be in readiness, with baggage crate* on board. Philadelphia baggage crates are conveyed from city to city, wihout being opened by the way Each train is provided with a car in which are apartmeuts and dressing rooms ex. rtuly for the ladies' use. Returning, the line* leave Philadelphia from'the foot of Walnut street, by steamboat to Bordentown at 7 o clock, A. M. ind by railroad from Camden, at 5 o'olock, P. M. The lines for Baltimore leave Philadelphia at 1% A. M., and 4 P. M. being a continuation of the liues from New York. oil 2m*m PATERSON RAILROAD. fisSS&H jftJnS From l'aterson to Jersey City. On and after Monday, Oct. 2d, 1843, the cars will Iwive Patlrion Dtret. Leave New You*. 8 A. M. 9 A. M. 11M " P- M. 3 P. M. 4 ON SUNDAYS. Lkatk Patkrion Depot. Lkavf. Nkw York. S A. M. 9* A. M. 3 P. M. 4 P. M. Transportation car* leave daily (Sunday* excepted.) PasienCr? are advised to be at the Kerry, foot of Courtlaudt ?treet, a w minutes before the stated hour< of denarture. jyl9 6m* NEW JERSEY RAILROAD AND TRANSPORTATION COMPANY. Nl"\V VouT aNI) nkWAITT^ KARK RKDUCK.D TO TWK.NTY-FIVK CF.NTS. Krom the foot of Conrtlandt itreet, New York. (Kvery day?Sunday* eiee|>ted.) Leave* New York. Leave* Newark. At II A.M. At 2 P.M. At7 A M. At IX P. M. ? do. 3 do. 8 do. 4)4 do. It do. 4 do. 9 do. 5>j do. 5* do. 10X do. 7? do. 6)t do. 9* do. do. ON SUNDAYS. From the foot of Conrtlandt ttreet. Leaves New York. Leave* Newark. At 9 A. M. and 4* P M. At 12* P. M. and 9X P. M. NF.W YORK, KLIZABP.TH TOWN. Leave* New York. Leave* F.lizabeth Town At I A. M. At 3 P. M, At 7K A. M. 3* P. M. 9 do. 4 do. 8)? do. 7 do. 11 do. 4K do. 10 do. 9X do. 5>? do. 12 do. The train* for Westfield, Plainfirld, Boundbrook, Sotnerville, See., connect with the 9 A. M., and 4X P. M. ; traini from New York daily. Sundays eicepted. Fare between New York and Kliiabeth Town 25 cent*. Fare between do. and Somerville, 75 cents. NKW YORK AND KAHWA> Leave* New York. m L.?ve? lUhway. At I A M At 3 P.M. It 7 A.M. FM 9 do. 4 do. <k? H do. 11 dc. 4* da. 9J* do. 9 do. 6>J do. 1IK do. NK.W fOHK AND Nf.W BRUNSWICK. Kxom font of Conrtlandt street, New York daily Leave* New York. Leive. New Brumwii k At 9 A.M. At 4 P.M. At 6 A.M. At 11U A.M. 5H do. 7K do. i>i T. M. 7>N SUNDAYS. Leave* New York Leave* New Bninswiek. At 9 A. M. and t*T M. At II ^ A wi? ann I. "I. Fare, except in the Philadelphia trains, betwe?u New 1 or* lid New Brunswick. JO cent*. Between New York and Rahw*y, 2A cent*. ruieiiKern who procure tlieir ticket* it the ticket nmcf, re eeive a ferry ticket gratis. Ticket! are received by the con doctor orly on the day when purchased. aul9 r THK NKW LINK OK LIVERPOOL PACKETS. J& M. M. M New Ship LIVKKPQOL. 1150 ton., John Kldridice. 'lie!* April? New ship QUERN OF THK WKST, !?!.h ?'l"emb?. 12.V0 tona. Philip 1* Woodhousn. i1'J' "tuary. ;i 161 h May. ship ROCHESTER, M toni. J?!!1 John Bhttou (rt,niary. loth June. Ship HOTTINOUFU. 1030 ton.. N-'-ber. ira uum ly, 'lltth July. Tho*e substantial, fast sailing, first class shiin, ari built ii the city of New York, are commanded by men of eaperieuei And ability, and will be dispatched punctually on the 16th ? ?arh month. Their cabin* ire eleguit and rommodiom, and are fnrniihei with whatever can conduce to the ease and comfort of pa*s#n **Neither the captain* or owner* of th?*e *hip* will b? rvspon lihlv for Ally parcel* or package* ?<nt by thein, unless regulai bill* lading are signed therefor. K"r freight or pmagv apply to WUOITHPLL St MINTURNB, *7 South street, New York, or to F1ELDEN, BROTHERS * CO.. i n V Liverpoo v W YC V YORK, SUNDAY MORI FOR NEW? CHILEANS. LOUISIANNA AND NKW YORK LINE OF PACKETS mt at ML m Kui (lie better accommodation of shipi>ers, it is intended to desp.it eh a ship from this |xirt on the lit, 5th, lOtli, 15th, 20th, ,u?l 25th of each mouth. commencing the 10th October mid coutiuuiug until May, when regular days will be appointed for the remainder of the year, wherc-by peat delays and disappointments will be prevented duriuv. tlie summer inoutlu 'I he following ships will commence this arrangement: Ship YAZOO, Captain Cornell. Ship OCONEE.Captain Jackson. Ship MISSISSIPPI. Captain Hilliard. siiip Louisville, captain hum. Ship SHAKSPEAKE, Captain Miner. Ship UASTON, Captain Latham. Ship HUNTSViLLE. Captain Mumford. Ship OCMULOEE, Captain Leavitt. Ship NASHVILLE, C.tptajn Dickinson, Siiip MEMPHIS, Captaiu Knight. Ship LOUISA, Captain Mulford. Th. se ships were all built in the city of New York, expressly for i<ackels, are of light draft of water, have rvceutly been ui-wly coppered and put iu splendid order, with accommodations for passenijirs unequalled for comfort. They are commanded by experienced masters, w ho will make every exertion to give general satisfaction. They will at all times be towed up and down tke Mississippi by stetmboats. Neither the owners or captains of these sliips will be responsible for jewelry, bullion, precious stones, silver or plated ware, or for any letters, parcel or package, sent by or put on Board of tliem, unless regular bills of ladiug are lakes for the same and the value thereon expressed. For freight or passage, apply to E. K. COLLINS & CO., 5f. South st., or 1IULLIN it WOODRUFF. Agent iu New OrliEJir. who will promptly forward all woods to their address The Kliips of this line are warranted to sail puuctually as ad vae?i.....l .1*1 irr..il rnrp will hf? Ijtlifii In Iiivk r I> > unndt pnrrM>t IT ?wroil ,n' NKW 1 IN ? or LIVERPOOL PACKKTt. To iail from New York ou the 25th nntl ^Liverpool on the 13th of each mouth __ iSOU* h rom new yokkt^ Ship (JAIIRICK, Captain Win. Skiddy, 25th October. Ship KOSCIUS, Captain John Collinn, 2.1th November. Ship HIUDON8, Captain A. B. Cobb, 23th December. Ship SHERIDAN, Captain F. A. Depeyster, 25th January. From Livkhfool. Ship SIDDONS, Captain E. B. Cobb, 13th October. Ship SHERIDAN, Captain K. A. Depeyster, 13th November. Sliip OARRICK, Capt. Wm. Skiddy, 13th December. Ship ROSClUS, Captain John Collins, 13th January Tnese ships are all of the first class, upwards of 1000 torn, built iu the city of New York, with iuch improvements a* combine Kre.it speed with onusu.il comfort for passengers. Every care has bern taken iu the arrangement of their accommodations. The price of passage hence ia $75. The*# ships are commanded by esporieuced master*, who will make every mi llion to give general satisfaction. Neither the captains or owners of the ships will be responsible for aiiy letters, parcels or packages sent by them, unless regular bills of lading are signed therefor. For freight or passage apply to E. K. COLLINS it CO.. 5fi South st.. New York, or to BROWN, SHIPLEY 8c CO., Liverpool. Letters by the packets will be charjrd 12^ runts per sing! sheet ; 30 rents jwr ouuee, and newspapers 1 cent each. o23 jr NEW YORK k BOSTON sound pilot. AWEN PRESCOTT, Pilots, or takes charge as master and pilot of vessels bound to New Bedford, over Nantucket Shoals, Bostou, Portsmouth, Portland, Kennebeck. and OTHER PORTS. Office at Frye Ik Shaw's Nautical store, 222 Water strnet, comer Beekman. Reference to a number of merchants. and the several Insurance Companies in this city, Bostrt, t nnd Portland 'ivl# Jmr cheap store TO MY OLD CUSTOMERS AND THE PUBLIC. DRUGS, DYESTUFFS, PAINTS, MEDICINES, GROCERIES, &c. No. ill GREENWICH STREET, NEW YORK. TOHN C. MORRISON offers for sale, on the most libeial " terms, a very extensive assortment of goods, among them the following, to which he would solicit the atteutionof APOTHECARIES. Opium, Corrosive Sublimate, Camphor, Aqua Ammonia, Cream Tarter, Spirits iNitre Dulcis, Castile Soap, Snper Carbonate Soda, Liiiuoricv., Tartaric Acid, Balsam Copaiva, Epsom Salts, Rhubarb, Laudanum, Jalap 8euna, Aloes, Sulphate Quinine, Mors. Chamomile, Oil Peppermint, and all Eisenl (ium Arabic, tial Oils. Castor Oil, Oum Myrhh, Quicksilver, Canthandes, .viagnesia, uurn i ragacmtn, Manna, Powdered Bnrk, 11<>II and Kloar Sulphur, Coiks of all kinds. Alcohol, Sarsaparilla, born, refined and crude, Spongea, coarse aud fine, Calomel, Dniggista'Glass Ware Red Precipitate. Vial*. PAINTERS Window glass, of all size* aud British Lustre, qualities, Glne, all sorts, White lead, drr and in oil, Gold ami Silver Leal, Red Lead, Gold and Silver Brouze, Lithane. Copper Bronze, Spirits Turpentine. Chalk, white and red. Putty, Paris white, Whitmj, Si'anisH Brown, Verdigris, dry i ad in oil,! Venetian Ked, Chrome Green, Sand Papar, Chrome Yellow, Pumice Stone, Yellow Gchie, French and Tar and Kosin, ... American, Japan, co[>al, mch and liar Prussian Blue, uess varnish. Vermillion, Turkey Umber. Rotten Stone, Terra de Sienna, Ivory Black, Red Chalk, Gum Co|uil, Gum Shellac, Paint Brushes, all sites, Bright Varnish, Rose Pink, Sash Tools, all sixes, Lamp Black, Black Lead. OILS. Oil, Fall, Oil, Train, Winter, Lintseed, Summer strained sperm, Neatsloot, 1U lined, whale, Olive or Sweet, Unretiued, whale, Sea Elephant. Tanners', i*a>d Oil, Sperm and Stearic Candle*, DYE WOOD DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS. Logwood. Brazil Wood, Camwood, Red Sauuderi, Fustic, HaWn^Wood, icaragua, nra w una, Barwood, Hy|>eruic Wood, Gum Asphaltum, Teach Wood, Sal Ammoniac, Ebany Wood. Ionia MANUFACTURERS. Alum, Fullers' Karth, Blur Vitriol, Madder, Dutch and Fmneh.l Cornier**, Kug. and Amu. lndigoes, of Ceugal, Correct Oil Vitrol. and Guatemala, Sugar Lead, While Tartar, Bleaching Salt*. R*d Tarter, Cochineal, Glue, Aqua Fortia, Sumac, NutjalU, Lac Dye, Annatto. Starch, Soda A*h, Prussiatr Potash, Pot and Pearl Ash?*, tin in Senegal, KxtrtCt Logwood, Powdered Curcuma, Tart*00 Acid. Powdared Blue Smalta, Bi-chroinate of Pota*h, Quercitron Bark, Sal Soda, Spirit* Nitre Fortis, Gum Shellac, Salt Petre, Cudbear, British Oum, Woad, Nitric Acid wd Grain and Bar Tin, Oxalic Acid. Soaps, UROCKRS. Young Hytou Tea, Pepi>er Sauce, Hyson " Macabov Snuff, Imperial " Scotrh Snuff. Gunpowder " Mac*, Hyson Skin " Indigo, Klntant, Souchong " Cut lie Soap, Bohea " Cloves, Kmirh Brandiea, Cuter Oil, in bottlet, giwuiah Segan. Alcoh !, Pot and Pearl Aihrt, K.psom Silta, Starch, Cinuainnn. jj' iuorice Ball, Friction Matchea, Bath Brick, Carbonate Ammonia, Saleratua, British Lustre, rig Blue. Soda for washing,) Powdered Ginger Hoot, Mustard. London, A'am, Caynnne Pernor, Olive oil in bottles Si baskets, Powdered .Vntineg, Nutmegs, Powdered Cinnamon. Saltnetre, crude and relined. CONFF.CTIONF.RS, UISTII-LFRS AND BAKERS Cochineal, Oil of Annisseed, Nutmegs, Abayuth, Mace, Oarrayway, Cloves, Juniper, Cinmmon, Rose, Orange and Teach Wa Cassia Buds, ters. Allspice Vanilla Beans, l<inglas*, Tonquin Beans, Oum Tragacanth, Coriander Nerd, Guin Arabic. Turkey. Carravwav Need. Own Gamboge, Aiinissred. OilofKoses, .Jiijh/ Pasie, Pemiermint, Pearlash, Winte.grean, Saler??ns, Cinnamon, Sii|ier C>rbonat? of Soda Online, Tartaric Acid, Bergamot, Owger, white Jamaica, Lemon. Dinger, East India. PAPKR MAKERB, MATTERS, Ike. Bleeching Powders, Nutgalls, Powdered Blue Smalta, Blue Vitriol, Olue. Verdigiis,

Oil Vitriol, Copperas, ("upper Calf, Oal Ammonia, isliel ac. Antimoi.y, Alcohol. Sugar of l.ead, Kitract of Logwood, A oes, Alum Sic. patent medicine dkalkk*. Baloun of Honey, Ander*ou'?, Lee's k Hooper') Turlington'* Balsam, Pill*. Bateman's Drops. Opodeldoc, Harlem and British Oil, Kfeis'and Liquid, SeidlitZ Powders, Soda Powders. St uightoii s Biiurs, liodfiay'a Cordial, Eitrnct 8ar?ap.trilla, Anderson's Cough Drops, Cephalic Sniin, Tliompson's Eye Wal?r. ( hemicalt of all kinds, Krench, Knglish anil American. All kinds cf Paints snd Colors. Krwv description of Drugs and Druggists' Article; and Pa'ent Medicine*. Petfumrry, "mi?, kc., a ?euer.il auortmeiit. All article* warranted gunuine. (O^The mo?t prompt attention giceu to orderi Iron the ' country. ' no Imdykwyr PATENT ELASTIC SHOULDER BIIACE. '"PlIK SUBSCRIBERS offer, with full confidence In its 1 otilitr and u?efulnea?, the abore named article. Thii vticle is intended to brace the ?honlders. support the bark, and Fipand the cheat, tiring a graceful outline to the figure, and trill be fouud indispeuaable to peraons of sedentary liahita. Pmthu and guardians an- paiticularly requeued to eiamine this brace; it will be fouud to posaeaa every requisite quality for which it it recommended, namely? to bracr the shoulders of ! childreu and othen who hare acquired tJir h.?!?it of stooping, i> and retain their form in an upright position. They can be worn I with perfect e.?s", being formed with .in elastic hack, and will be found of no iiniMimeilt tl> the free u?e of the arms The I subscriliers also offer their celebrated Mastic Spring, Itussi* .>r Hiding Bell. The abore article* are manufactured under the iiam. Tiale uii|<ectioii of Mr. Panells, who haa been eng.un.l in . the business for the last siitrrn yean, and may be depended on r $s superior to any article effi-r offered lor the sainepupise. Sold wholnaale and mail ?tth* old establishing of PAHSKLLS h AOATE, 237 Broadway, corner of Park PU-e. N. B.?Ladies will b* supplied and fitted by nailing at the residence of MADAME I'AHSK.LLS, 4M Ureauwich street, b*tw?BU?tanu4U<gltliiMi? loMtm'm IRK I STING, NOVEMBER 19, IS IMPORTANT TO lll-'SINKSS MI'.N. nUSINP'.SS MKN who |,e, p no t'ank account i in have uotea " collectid through the liuiclicn and Drovnr*' B.wk, and I roii'l't rrtu>na mailt* in Hu'chen and Drover?'Hinney, by lli-ir leaving ?uch notes with Mr. Hotert I' Perriu, at tlx* Dauk, No )2( Bowrv cor Urind ?t. Mr. rerriu'i itftrcncca ire I he CuMw and Company I'the B'nk. ul6 lm*ec DEPOT OF (JKNTLEMEiV'8 KANCY DHKSS AUTICLKH. RK.ADY MA UK LIN K.N?, UNDKK OAllMKNTS, kc.fcc. rPHK. Subscriber would call tlie atlcntiou oftlieir |>?trou? aniJ stranger. visiting lliii city, to their rich and eiteiuive is lortuieut of stocks, scarfs, cravats, glove*, suspeudera, |>ocket handkerchiefs, dressing gowns, hosiery, 1 unhs wool, merino, si'k, cotton, Berlin, buclskiu and other under shiru and drawera Their assortment of the above goods, and all other articles appertaining to a gentleman's wardrobe an* rich, varied, and intensive, and well worthy the attrntion of the fashionable community, they would particularly recommend their new ?tyle of gentlemen's aliirta, .m containing runuy improvements. Tl'.? shirts at present manufactured by them, at# cut to ?uit the form of the wearer, thereby doing away with the large overplus of linei. used uuder the old system of catling, and adding not only to the cr.mlort of the wearer, bnt to the beauty of the form. Tin* iuuirovciurfiit was to manifest to the Judges of the late fair at the American Institute, that the lirat premium w.u awarded to the subscritiers; their patent t las tic Brace 11 purlieuI...I.) i.. 11 ...... Lu v., I , 1... I,jl.lt of stooping. 'l insy will he found ol imiiMiift benefit to persons of s?"deutary habite, by bracing the shoulders; they strengthen the back, niirt eipand 1 *;1* cheat, aud will be found of uo in?pe?li int iit to the free u?e u I the .1,1113. They would also cjl attention to their patentvlastic Hunia or riding belt. Gentlemen may depend on Ueint: suited wiili tin- bast. aud most fashionable articles, by calling at the old rstabliihment ol PARKKLLS & AOATR, au W 3ra*? tV Brr idwav. corner of Park place. GENTLBMAN'S FUIINISH1NG STORE, MAI UK N LANK. Z^VKK Coats, from ?8 to $12 w Sacks' i to 8 ( 'rock Coat* 10 to H Dress ditto 9 to U I'ants 3 to 8 Vests -- . 'i to * All made of tlie best materials, aud cnt in the modern style. Over Coats made and trimmed Irom (8 00 to $10 00 Pants and Vesti ditto I 511 to 1 14 Persons furnishing their own materials can de|>vud upon hav.> iug them made in the best manner. M.irts nude up to ord'r alter the latest and most approved French patterns. Under garments of all descriptions comtanily ou hand. Gloves, Hosiery, Cravats, Scarfs, Suspenders. Sic. o29 lm"ec W. COLLINS. ON KXCHANtiKi AOA1N?RKTURN TO THK OLD STAND. THK undersigned, after a seven years' eiperiencc of the evil effects resulting from lirge stores and larger rents, is happy to iufurm his numerous customers aud the community generally, that he has effected (thanks to a conscientious landlord) a lease of of his old stand. No. 4, (formerly 5) Wall street, Mor timer Uuildings, corner of New street, aud for many years ch lebrated by his well known 81GN OK THK GuLDKN KLKKCK?a beacun to all who are in guest of good cheap auil fas^.ionablegaruu nts. To such of his old patrons who may have lost sight of him during his wanderiugs, he invites their return to the Old Spot, with tlie assurance of a strict adherens* to his well esubiished fame for skill and punctuality.. Of the public generally he so icilsa call, lieini prepared with an assortment of fine and s?a ouable cloths, ca*aiiners, vesting.', Die. Sic., which he will b,1 happy to uiake iu> in the most faithful manner, aud ou reasonable charges, for Cash Only. The same care and atteiitiuu b?stowed on making and trimming, as when the cloth is purchns edofhim. C. U. Babcock continues in the cutting depart ment. CHARLKSCOX. o20 lmr Sign of the Golden Fierce, No. 4 Wall st. GENT' EMEN'S OUTFIT TING GOODS. JOHN M. DaVIE* Ac JONES, 106 WiluaM ^tkelt, corner op John, HAV? received per lare nrri vnls, and now have in store a full assortment of good* in tneM line. Tliey feel confident thai their slock is not r<|u illed in this City, and their goods wilt be old low for cash. Oentlennen will find a variety of new style ol Sc&ifs, Cravuts, Winter Gloves, Dressing Holies, I'orket Iiandkerchiefs, fcc. Under Garments of every variety, ol Englishjuid Ainermnn manufacture, viz:? Merino Shirts and Dw?ef? Lambs Wool J) do Shaker Knit do do Shaker Flannel do do Buckskiu do do Plain V Mibhad Silk do do Ladies Merino&Silk do do With a great variety of other styles. Silk Shirts and Drawers, Ribbed and flam, made to-order at the shortest notice. Hosiery, Glove*, Suspw den, Stocks, and every other article of outfitting goods. CAPS, Our assortment comprises every style now in use lor gentle| men, youth and children at greatly reduced pric*?. o2t> 2m m ECONOMY IN GENTLEMEN'S DRESS. ALL EXTREMES ARE BAD Fhas been truly said that poor goods are not worth the ex pense of making, and Slop m ide clothes is good cloth spoiled, Eipenanca must have taught inuiv that there are those who l,iy it mi *o thiek tint imprecations not loud, bat deep, generally accompany the first learfiug of the bill. Impressed with these f-cn, the undersigned are pursuing a middle course, avoiding extravagant profits on the on* hand, and keeping the vary best articles on the other, which are made up t. order under lite superintendence of as efficient cutters,audas Com petent workmen as can be loutid in I lie country. Our Stork for the wiuter is uow complete, consisting of Su|?r Black. Blue, Olive, Brown, and (ireeu Cloths, fur Dress and Frock Coats WATERPROOF DOUBLE MILLED CLOTHS, BEAVKRS, TWKKDS, it.- FOR OVFK ( OATS. Cassiiueres in all the new and various styles, for Pantaloons, Vestings ill rich Velvets, Merino,, Cicliineres, Dressing Hones, Satins, Silks, he. With a large assortment ol Fancy Dress Articles, including Scarfs, Handkerchiefs, Cravats, Gloves, Sua; peuders, itc. WILLIAM T. JENNINGS U CO., Ml llrradwsr. o29 lm'ec American Hotel, opposite the koimtaiu. CHEAP CASH TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT. '301 PEARL STREET, LATK 108 BEEKMANJ' THK Sub>criber. well known lor the cheapness and durability of In* work, desires to infirm Ins patron* aud the public, that lien now, to suit the economical tendency of the inn. .. malting Karinenti ofthe very ' ?t quality at a reduction of twenty |**r cent from former price*,una less, it i* believed, by twenty l>e ceut than girmetiu of the lime quality are tnade by the cheap house* in this city. In order that gentlemen may understand what is meant by cheapue*s, the following bill of prices is submitted to their Consideration, w ith it guarantee that the goods shall be of the lint rati quality, and the lit unexceptionable. Superior West of England Cloth Coats $12 to 1C Paiits, of black or (aucy double milled cass- 5 to 7 Vest-*, of silk, satin, tic 2i? to 4 Making aud tiiminiuc m the best style, at the following prices:? Coats $6V? to J Pant* and Vests l>4 to IX All orders eiecuted with punctuality and dispatch. Su|>erior Beaver Overcoats from $|2 to $20 o25 lm"r JOHN MOFFAT. to tailors QTINEilETS'8 new and complete system of cutting gar^ ments of every description, is with the utmost couhdencf offered to the trad*, as bum / the miui practical and useful work of the kind ever bef re puhlishe I. IM ho.ik, which is 12 by 16 inches, contain* I' elegant diagrams of the various kinds of garments, with plain and ample instructions fur cutting the same, ami in a style which cannot be surpassed It has already gamed the approbation of the inost talented of the profession, audc aunot fail giving entire satisfaction to all who use it. The work can be forwarded to anv part of the United States by addressing the author. No. 93 Cedar street, New Vork. oil lm*m rPHK PRIVATE TttKATISK?This little book itself ? A designed fur those who require a speedy and private cure for certain infectious somplaiuts, and iu which the best and most convenient treatment in a plain and faithful maimer. Tn# price it $1. The present adi'rtisement, however, if to state that the author has now published the most interesting rhaptei ?that on the causes which render these complaints so obstiuate and linger;i,g?in the form of a single letter, which he supplies, free of etjwnse, to any on- wishing it. His reasons for uoing this are giveu iu the letter itself: and in this, also, will be seen why so tns.ny persons suffer on from month to month with ? complaint wnich is so prone to affect the mind as well as functions of the body, anil which is so easily and speedily cured when once its nature is explained. But hat it should be jm.poned that the letter here r-ferred to professes more than it IMH contains. OlSMinor bees to state that beside Ins long (ipmiM he li.is testimonial letters or. the suhject of hu inte^'nty aud skill from the most em nent physicians iu Knrooe to the most eminent in America, as rtii Astlej I'ooper to Dr. Mott, of New Vork, Dr. Thysick, ol Philadelphia and others; and also that he is permuted to refer to almost every ghysiciaii of eminence in the city. Dr. Ralph would also further itate, thai he is consulted OB di?eas?s of this nature at his private residence. No. tf Oreenw ch street, at any hour, and those who honor hiin with their confidence, even in the most complicated state of disease, will be surprised at the ease and quickness with which, in general, they will obtaia a cure. nil lm*r DOCTOR YOURSELF PRIVATELY. P\R. ORKUORY may be consulted confidentially at all hours of the day or evening, at his private residence, M _ Barclay street, near Broadway lie has been very successlul in thr treatment of tho.e " h.Jf cured" rim which always proveso formidable to iihiiicians of hut little experience. Another important coiui Jeratugi which haj not heen overlooked, ia th> aila 1111K of remedies to the convenience of itttieuta, who generally desire to oliUiu a cure as speedily uiu privately aa possil ble. Knowing that many peorle have a desire for information ti| on ?uhj-Ct? of im >ortance, especitlly when 'hey are deeply inters ted, hat Ur. (trrgory lately published the fourth edition of his | rivate treatise I ronUins engravings?is much iniprov>d and e. Iarired. ami embraces m >ny r.ubjecti of interest auds\m,t torn* ol disease not be'ore a'luaed to The variou* forms of bodily and mental weakness, incapacity and suffering, which ctme under the head of private maladies, are faithfully delineated, and the I wit practical method of obboning sonild health ; it ia a work plainly and practicallyadapted to the use of all thoae whoinay unfortunately need italrieudly asiisUuce, of whatrver age or sei. That |iortion of the work treating upon impotence, barrem eat, and a certain destructive habit of youthful indescretion, from whence reaulta " constittltiom) debility," will be found both uaefuI and interesting to nil classes?it is a friendly yet lilent monitor, where sensual or senual debility has made threatening inroads upon the health or conatitntiou, and imints out not only tlw? means of ncai<e, bur the certainty of restoration. It shows how parouta aud others aredeceiveil by the outward physical ipienrance? how the attenuation of the frame, palpitation of the heart, derangement of the nervous system, cough, indigestion, and a train of symptoms indicative of consumption, are olten ascribed to wrong cansus, when in reali y they are ihe coiise,|u?nres of an allurin and pernicious practice, alike deitructive to th<- mind and body. The cliar'er on stricture ia worthy of particular attention, and should lie read by every one. The author's method ol treat* inI! this complaint is without pain, and \ITord* a positive unconditional cure, requiring generally only a very snort time m its accomplishment. l)r O will warrant to cure every ense that he underutke*, and guarantee the same to he permanent.? The int?n? which h? emptoyt eimbls linn Uiuuuiiico*i|imw acceii in every initMce. .... . Tl?<* prirt of tin* book above alluded to i? 50 cents, and may be had at any hour of tlir day or evening of the author, at hit private renulence, l| Barclay utreet, ne*. the r.irk, and alto at the following itieucien, which am drug ?tore?, vi* No. 8f> Willi tm ?t. near V Imi nane. No. ?"? I- ulton it, ri.r <f (iohi ;i. No. 77 KjI Broadway, o >r o' Marlwl ?tNo. IM 3. wery, cot of Mirin??> No M Kttlfon ?. tor. of W .ser ?. No. Il? D?Uucy it. c r of Suffolk ?t. No. ? ? ???l itNo. ?J loWfTi CW. of \V?!h*r ft. Both row.-* ??i iro?4w?v ud Cluwbwi Th* b??"k will hr ^1 in 4 vi I f<i envelop# to iliot* who may i/Lmgrnm I f.1 Will Will tfflt by mvl on r.T?iW d dm Mfor. **>">? u> ko? W. ?? lm,r IE R A 543. MUrary Notice*. Mcl.vrnsn's I took or Indians.?This volume, l?y Mr. John Mcintosh, gives the origin of the North American Indians, with a description of their manners and customs, both civil and military, their religions, languugep, drrsK, and ornaments. To the work id prefixed a hriel''view ot the creation of the | world, the situation of the garden of Eilen, the antediluvians, the foundation ot nations i>y the posterity of Noah, the progenitors ot the North Yinericans, and the discovery of the new world by t'olumbus. The volume concludes with u copious *< lection of Indian seeches, the antupiities of America, the civilization of the Mexicans, and some final observations on the origin of tin* Indians. This work docs not real lor authority upon the uncertain traditions ol the Indians, but upo? witnesses of unini|>eaeliable character, the testimony ol travellers of midoiibt <{ veracity, and missionaries no less distinguished for their leurning than religious zeal, who dwelt lor many years in the North haMcm legions of Asia, anil anipngthe Indian tribes of North America. A comparison is made between the Indians and the Asiatics in religion, language, Ate., and (he author think" he has proved beyoniTa doubt the North American Indians are of Asiatic origin. The book is illustrated with a number of engraving* and the whole got up in good style, by Nafis Cornish, 278 IVarl street. Ramon the Hover, and other Tales, 250 cuts? by the author of " Evenings in Boston."Arc. .Nafis i.V Cornish, 278 Pearl street. Thi? volume contains three tales: "Ramon the Hover," "The Montero of Cuba," and "The Brazilian." They were written in the author's younger days, while in his travels at the " Far South, before he turned his attention to history. The narrative of K atnon is a translation, faithfully executed. The Montero of Cuba was written by the author while at the estate of a friend near Matanzas in 1829. The Brazilian is a historical tale, founded onfactswell known to many Americans at the North. The volume is full of interest, and is a capital winter evening present. Tiif. Farmer's Treast're?A practical treatise on the nature and value of manures, founded from experiments on various crops, with a brief account of all the most recent discoveries in agricultural chemistry, bv t". Kalkner, fcsq.; to wiucn is added, Productive Farming, by Joseph A. Smith?Published by I). Applcton & Co., 2lH) Broadway.?This is an exact reprint of the English edition, with the exception of an extract from ihe valuable work on Manures by Dr. Dana, and so much of that portion of the preface as refers to it. The subject of this treatise is to explain the nature and constitution of manures generally?to point out the mentis of augmenting the quantity, and preserving the feitilizing power of farm-yard manure?the various sources of mineral and other artificial manures, and the causes of their failure. This is a work of great and indispensable value to the scientific, practical farmer. Mtrder Trials.?We mentioned last week two cases of murder to be fried at Pickens. Joseph Mark, indicted for shooting n npgro the day of the Inst regimental muster at Wolf Creek, was acquitted, the jury being of opinion, that the occurrence was the result of accident. In the other case ngainst Martha Brown, formerly Martha Cannon, for the murder of her husband, William Brown, the evidence was entirely circnmitantial, we uninformed, but the circumstanced were so very strong that the jury rendered ,1 verdict of guilty. He wan shot whilst lying in lied ?t night, and it is supposed the gun or pistol was introduced through a crack within n few inches ot his head. Previous quarrels and threats on the pait of the w ife were proven, and these, with her conduct on the night of the murder, satisfied many of her guilt. A petition, wo understand, is in circulation praying the executive clemency. She was sentenced by Judge Uutler to be hanged ijsome |tim? in January next.?Ptmllrton paper, Nov. 10. Now Orleans. [Correspondence of the Herald.] Nkw Oiii,eans, Nov. 1. 1H43. St. Cecelia's Day?Catholic Cemeteries?Orcal Pomp and Panulc?Tombs, Ejntettha, SfC.?Steamboats. This is All Saint's Day?a day consecrated to melancholy thoughts and respectful ohservnnces in honor and remembrance of the dead. The devout Catholic withdraws himself from the cares and anxieties of worldly occupation, and devotes the day to ser ous meditation upon the uncertainties of life, and the unnumbered forms in which death appears among us?upon the virtues of his deceased friends ?the love and piety of his departed consort?the oneninc beauties of his lovely daughter matched from earth on the very threshhold of lifi?the promise of a vigorous and ambitious son rut of? pre he had realized the first rewards of yontlifnl ambition?the matured virtues and unerasing devotion of a venerable parent gathered to his fathers in the fullness of time and of honors?all these beloved relations, now tenants of the silent tomb, pas* in sorrowful array before the imagination and remembrance of the pious votaries of St. Cecelia. Hut with the Catholics, the most melancholy observance* and funeral ceremonies are accompanied by a delicacy of sentiment, and by those noetic and expressive displays which take from death much of in horror, and serve to mingle with our sorrow a soft and resigned feeling?a tender melancholy, which delights to dwell upon the beauties and virtues of deceased friends, confident in the hope that they are now inhabitants ??t a pure and heavenly world. I have just returned from a visit to the large and beautiful Catholic cemetery ol the city. This cemetery occupies several squares, intersected bystreets, in the rear of the city. In tinprogress of improvement it' has been moved once, and I fear is even now too central?too much in town tojustify the hope that its beautiful tombs will lone remain undisturbed. The disposition of the dead is attended with more difficulty in NTew Orleans than inany place in the world. Oursoil inenentirely alluvial; in less than two feet below the surface you meet with water, and therefore graves with us are only known in a poetic and figurative sense. -You may imagine how difficult it muj-t be to provme suitable tombs for our numerous dead, surrounded as we are with swamps, and without any ground in many miles of the citv in which it is practicable to dig graves. The Catholic Cemetery is almost filled with tombs, and the high prices charged lor vaults, nave maue n me burial place almost exclusively of the great and rich. The ancient population, the French a ad Spanish, and their Creole descendants, nearlv monopolize the whole cemetery. They have family tombs built in great taste and at great expense?of beautiful marble, or variegated granite, with touchi ing epitaphs in golden letters. Around each family tomb, arc arrayed i?ots of flower* or weeping wil| lows, and rose bushes are olauted and diligently tended. To-day I observed many of the tombhung with gatlaiids, and surrounded by the mourn' rs, chiefly women, clad in dark, and burning candles. The grounds were alive and crowded with people. T have never seen so line a display of Creole beauty and grace. Lonsr confinement ha* only brightened their charms. Their -<ofr, lender eyes, and rich complexions, are beautifully set ofl hv their sable dresses and ornaments. I rend some of the epitaphs?they were all in French, and generally very brief and expressive. Nothing laeadaisical, or extravagantly ostentations, marred the taste and simplicity of these sorrowful memorials. The only thing of this kind T marked, was in the epitaph of Dominique You, a celebrated Spanish soldi# r, whose tomb represents the falling stars and vapor of mortal fame ; lie is stvled the hero of a hundred combats on laud and on sea, and died sant )nur, fins rtj>rorhc. There may be ?ome Spanish pomposity in thi?. hut 1 understand it f:i'livery little short of the truth in regard to the old Don. I observed the name and age (but 20) of a young man, who died as the epitaph expres?e* it, firtime tie I'homuur, a mode of death not regarded in the light in which it would be viewed in your city. A man killed in a duel, how trivial soever may have been the cans*', is regarded by the Creoles as a hero, entitled to tin- honor and r. s|>eet which I -L - 1 * I niiln nn th/itif U'lhl full In I eisewncre are ni-siimru i>mj ... their count ry's cause. Bull dwell too lonu on this 1 subject. Suffice it to say, that the ceremonies went off very smoothly, itnd were witnessed by at l< ast 1 fifty thousand people. <">ur city is rather dull for the season. The boats come in slowly from the ?|>|>er country. The Ina- i mond ii the only one I notice from Cincinnati. I'ythe-hye, of the Piamond : you brag of your steamboat* atthe north. Have you ever had any thing to ei|ual, a complete and commodious bedchamber, with line Urge heda, plenty of room, marble \va?hstands, large mirrors, and all thi'el rrtrran ?>f an elegant and luxurious bedroom, equal to those of the Astor, and all to yourself, on a steamboat 1 Such are the accommodation* of the >pleudid boat I >inmond, commanded by Captain Myers. Report* :r< very unfavorable about the cotton and sugar cr"i>s. I' especially the cotton, owing to the early rains. ?'e I I have had a few hogsheads ol the new crop, hut the 11 article is very inferior. The gentleman who sent it I * told me he could make aa good from corn stalks or I * cabbage leaves, Oklkajkm*. | LD. l*rle<- Two C?nts. Jwhinn. ft orr. <| ..n.lcncf of the Herald.] Ja, kkow, M,hh., Nov. 4th, 1843. State oj Politic?jn Mitnuippi. Dear Htu:? Our Legislature meeta on the lira ot January. Tin U-L-ti.m takes place on Monday, and gr*at will be iIh .struggle between honesty and repudiation. Bond uiid anti-bond will be the watchword Both parties arc very sanguine of their candidates in the field for Governor?Brown, anti-bond, democrat; W illiauiH,bond, democrat, and Clayton,bond, whig. Tile wliiu* have no candidate for Congress. but the bonds and anti-bonds have several in the field. We expect very exciting times here next week. For other Stali: olliccrs than < iovcrnor, the whig* and deniocr.it.-; only have candidates. Strenuous efforts are making t<> put down the monster repudiation, that hangs n\? r the escutcheon of this State, like an incubus, which has heconie blackened and eoroded by the \il.- and louthsome odor of repudiation. 'The dreadful miasma must be destroyed, or its hancful influences w ill for ever prevail in the land, productive of more evil than the pestilence which once dive.anted and laid waste the city of London. The cause of the whigs not running candidates fur Congress, in owing to the States not having iicen districted, believing that the non-compliance with the "law of' the land," as declared by Congress, will exclude the members from their seats, should any be elected. Philadelphia. (Corre?jvoniK'iicc of the Heralil.) Philadelphia, Nov. 17, 1M4.1. Manic d Monopolies. James Gordon Bknnktt, Esq.? Dear SIR:? As one of the conservators of the public wealf possessing more courage and efficiency than mo*t of your contemporaries, your attention is invited to the election for Directors of the County Hanks, to be held in Philadelphia next Monday. From present indications,we expect to be called upon to furnish you with high-handed usurpations, and the exercise of corporate authorities in direct violation and contempt of law; the bare recital of which, will startle even those who liuve so recently suffered most from such abuse. One of the County Ranks, in particular, for twelve months past, lias been transacting business, at the peril of its charter, and of course to the prejudice of the interests of the stockholders, and there is every prospect of nn attempt to exercise the same illegal power, combining in spirit and in fact the "boldest triumph of injustice," with the utmost contempt of law. Yours, # ^ liOWtll. [Correspondence of the Hcrnld.] Lowfm., Nov. 10, 1843. ruuvrygin i.utraiurc?us reality?its beauty?its truth?Charms of the Factory Girls?their pretty dimples and rosy cheeks?Harriet Farly, the mistress spirit of the girls. To tiir Editor of the New York Herald:? In your paper of the 10th instant, there is an attack upon the Lowell Offering, to which my attention was directed yesterday afternoon, and which it seems was written by a spy in Lowell. Who tlii.s spy is, or what maybe his motives in making assertions, which, supposing they were true, he could not know to be facts?I know no*. But his undeniable facts, relative to the Offering, I can prove to be false. lie says, in the first place, that the Offering has been issued under the patronage ?f the companies. 1 have never known that the companies, as such, ever had any thing to do with it. But I do know that the two former proprietors of the Offering did not receive from them that patronage to which they thought it entitled. The superintendants of the* mills have usually subscribed for two, three, or more copies?sometimes ten. The wealthiest man in the city haw responded more generously than this, to our personal appeal, the present year. Rut the Offering has never been a company concern. It was not established, or written, for ihe subservience of their interests. They have, with a few exceptions, looked favorably upon it; and we should he truly dispirited if we were obliged to contend against them, in addition to our other warfare. Your correspondent says, that for two years, it has been issued professedly under the sole editorials charge of the females who work in the mills. The two first volumes made no such profession?they were edited by the proprietor, and the ..a :..i m ?i?j r_/._ .1- - ..I,i.Mini uiniiiifsiHWiru lioul III!" CI 111 in I nil IOIIS l>y difference of tyi><', and l?y being placed upon the rover. The last volume was edited by myself, and with no assistance or oversight from any one else. The name of "factory girl," I think fairly won by almost unremitting labor, in the mills, for the halfdozen previous years. My time, for the last year, has been divided between my null labors ana editorial duties; for the cure of a magazine would have been u heavy addition to twelve, thirteen, or fourteen hours constant labor j?er diem. In addition to editorial labors, 1 shall, in the ensuing volume, add those of publication ; or rather the latter duties, responsibilities, Arc., will be shared with a friend, who has also labored here for years. There is something very ungenerous iu attacks upon a magazine published by young female operatives?taking from them their own character, by representing them as impostors, and endeavoring to ruin the character of the work ui>on which mora than their all is risked. Your correspondent says, that "not more than a dozen of the factory girls ever wrote a line lor the Offering," and that "nearly all the original articled were written by three or four," and that "this is an undeniable truth." I will prove his assertions false. Our female factory population bears a strong analogy to female society elsewhere. It has its belles, nnd its hleue? its models of every female virtue, and perhaps its examples of female deficiencies in virtue. 1 may perhaps?for every means are used, to keep front nsthe vile, consistnnt with that customary liberality, which supposes every woman virtuous until she has done something to draw upon herseli suspicion. The insinuation of your correspondent that "they not (infrequently leave behind,them (ai theirhomes) ill that was valuable of character itself," is as cruel .is it is unjust. Hut with regard to our writers, they, of courv, form a small proportion of the factory population. Is it not so everywhere? Do not Irving, Bryant, Chnnning, Longfellow, Cooper, and some others, form an American literati? <>r, to speak more to the purpose, do not the writings of Sedgwick, <iould, Sigourn?*y, Embury, with a few other*, create a female American literature 1 Are not their productions referred to as evidence that cultivated talent exists in this country?are we not nroud and happy that we have them 1 Yet do we wisn foreigners to suppose that all American females can write thus, or evert a majority? You, sir, 1 trust, will pardon my seeming vanity in the assertion that the writers for the < ?fli rinp merely consider themselves the Sedgwick*, Goulds, Sigourneyg, Emburys, dre. of f,oweII factories. Miss Lydia S. Hull and Miss Lucy T,uscom, have been our first poets, and we consider them our Sigonrney and Gould : and I think if you consult all the hack volumes of the Offering, you will acknowledge that they have written poems which would do no dishonor even to those distinguished ladies.? Mrs. Betsey Chamberlain, Miss ^arah Jane Cate, Mr* Harriet Curtis, Harriet Lees, and Harriet Farly,have been the mn-t frequent prose contributors. \Ii>d Cafe h is published a little book which has been highly eulogized, entitled Light* and Shadow? of Factory Life; and Miss Curtis has recently had ..ii< published in your city, which was stereotyped in three months, and of which >10,000 copies have been sold. It is Kate in Search of a Husband ? These principal writers have formed a nucleus similar to the regular contributors of all such magazines. Among our other frequent writers, h??e been Hannah Johnson. Elizabeth Sw eet. Ann Sanderson. Jonnna Carroll, Sarah G. Bugley, ' hza Dodire. Mirion B. Kimball, lane S \V':il.-h, Ia>uis.i Carrier, Marin Currier, Lara Currier. L'lizabeth E. Turner, Abby D. Turner, Lucy Ann linker, Kmeline Lugcom, Sophia F. Lyon, A*c, ire., but I cannot occupy more of my p?|>er with names. I have the different manuscript*"' many of the writers, now in my possession, ami can exhibit them,aa well us mosi of the w'ritrra fhenwlven, to the "Spy m Lowell." I should jiidgr that about 70 of the mill Kirls had written for 'he < 'tferine from its mmniencement. Tlie?e statements rest now upon my ow n assertion, mil i am willing 'hat my character for truth should be tested bv any one but an anonvmous Spy The insinuation nrainst the former editor can be uiswered bv himself. H?> is near you; but the ir.irt must be black indeed which can conceive of 10 impulsive motive but a love of speculation. I iliould Ukr to say more, but have no room, and ubstjribc myself, Yours, respectfully, H\KRIKT Farlkv,

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