Newspaper of The New York Herald, September 8, 1844, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated September 8, 1844 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK HERALD. -? ?? -4 Vol. X., Mo. SOU?Whole No. 3850. NEW YORK, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER S, 1844. Prleo Two Cents. THE NEW YORK HERALD. AGGREGATE CIRCULATION THIRTY-FIVE THOUSAND. THE GREATEST IN THE WORLD. To the Public. THE NEW YORK HKRALD?Daily Newspaper-tmb lished every day of th? rev except New Year's Day and Fourth of July. Price 2 cam per copy?or $7 28 par annum?postages paid?caah in advance. THE WEEKLY HERALD?published every Saturday morning?price cents per copy, or $1 12 par annum?post ages paid, caah in advance. ADV ERTI8ERS are informed that the circulation of the Herald U over THIRTY-FIVE THOUSAND, and increasing faat It hat the lorgeit circulation ?f any paper m thit city, or the world, and, it, therefor*, tht belt channel far butinttt men in the city or country. Price* liberate?caah in advance. PRINTING of all kinds executed at tha moat mode rata price, and si the moat elegant style. JAMES GORDON BENNETT, Proprietor or the Herald Establishment, Northwest corner of Fulton and Naaaau atreeu. FOR HALIFAX AND LIVERPOOL,. ? The Royal Mail Steamships HIBERN1A k and BRITANNIA, will leave Boston, for the above porta, aa follows .? IIIBEltNIA, A. Ryrie, Esq., Commander, Monday, Sep. 16. BRITANNIA, J. Hewitt, fc.s<]., " Tuesday, Oct. 1. Passage to Liverpool $120. Passage to Halifax.. ,. 20. Apply to D. BRIOHAM, Jr.. Agent, s7rc 3 Wall street. 1*44.1 THE NEW STEAMBOAT [1844. cap^Wd^?6we, Will leave BUFFALO for CHICAGO, on FRIDAY, 23d of August, at 7 P. M., and perform Iter tripe regularly during the sea sou, aa follows :? UP. DOWN. . (.RATES BUFFALO. LEAVES CHICAUO. Friday Aiik. 23,...at7 P. M. Saturday, Aug.23.. .at9 A.M? Saturday, Sep. 7,... at do Monday, Sept. It... at do Monday, " 23... at do Tuesday, Oct do Tuesday, Oct. 8... at do Wednesday," IS... at do Wednesday, " 23... at do Thursday "SI... at do Thursday, do Friday. Nov. IS... at do The EMI'IRE is 260 feet in length, 32 feat 1 inches beam, 14 feet 2 inches hold, measuring 1220 tons, and is tlie largest steam boat afloat iu inland waters. Engine 800 horsepower. boiler* provided with Evan's Patent Safety Valves, to prevent Impossi bility of an explosion. The Cabin is 230 leet long, with sejiarate Saloons for Ladie* and Gentlemen?spacious State Rooms extand the whole length, ventilated by doors opening from the inside and out, and all parts of the boat m- finished and furnished iu a style unequalled by any other in the world. Ample accommodations for Steer age rosseugers, in fuur large well ventilated Cabins, one of which It appropriated exclusively to females. T!ie boat is provided #ith a good hand of mpsiy. Wilxins, Marsh It Co., Buffalo, ) II. Norton U Co., Chicago, > Agents. J. N. Elbert. Detroit. ) D. N. BARNEY, It CO., August 1, 1844. Cleveland. au8tonvlre BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN ROYAL MAIL STEAM SH1F8. Of 1200 tons and 440 horse power each.? Under contract with the Lords of theAdS miralty. H1BKKNIA. Captain Alexandra1 Ryrie. CALEDONIA Ca|itain Edward G. Lott. ACADIA, Captain William Harrison. BRITANN IA Captain John Hewitt. CAMBRIA, Captain C. H. E. Judkins. WiUisail from Liverpool and Boston, via. Hulfax, as follows: From Boston. From Liverpool. Caledonia, Lott... ... August 16th. ? Acadia. Harrison. ..Sept. 1st. August 4 th. Hiberua, Ryrie 16th. 20th. These vessels carry experienced surgeons, and are supplied with Life Boats. For freight or passage, apply to D. BRIOHAM, Jan., Agent, auSrc No. 3 Way afreet. STATEN ISLAND ^ FERRY. ft 1 TSl^jr "FOOT OF WHITEHALL. The Boats will run as follows until further notice LEAVE NEW YORK: 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, A. M.S 1, 2, 4, 5. 6*. P. M. ? On Suudays, evfry hour, from 8 A. M. to 7 P. M.?1 P M excepted. FORT HAMILTON AND NEW YORK Leave New York. 6 A. M.S 3K P. M. " Fort I'ninilton 7>j H. M.; P. M. (Sundays excepted.) CLIFTON AND NEW YORK. Leaves New York, 8 A. M.i 2 and P. M. " Clifton, 7K A. M.S,3X and & P. M. j30 (Si. naays excepted.) PEOPLE'S LINE OF STEAMBOATS FOR ALBANY. LY, Sundays excepted?Through direct, . _. M., from he Steamboat Pier between Courtlaudt and Liberty streets. . l/MI/'l/L'UUnri/L4!) DAI I at 7 P. The .Steamboat KNICKERBOCKER, Captain A. P. St. John, Monday, Wednesday and Friday Evenings at 7. Tiu.' Steamboat ROCHESTER, Captain A. Houghton, on Tuesdsy. Thursday and Saturday Evenings, at 1. At 1> ive o'clock. I". M.?Landing at Intermediate Places. The Steamboat NORTH AMERICA, Captain R. G. Crut teuden, Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Suuday Afternoons, at 5 o'clock The Steamboat COLUMBIA. Captain William H. Peck, Tuesday, Thursday and Satnrday Afternoons, at 6 o'clock. Passengers taking either of the above lines will arrive in Albany in ample time to take the Morning Train of Cars for the ea?t or west. The boats are new and substantial, are far uislu*d with new and elegant state rooms, and for speed ana ac commodations, are uurivaUad on the Hudson. For passage or freight, aftiy on board, or to P. C. Schultz at the Otlice on the wharf s2rc NEW~ Y OAK.-ALB ANY AND TROY STEAMBOAT LINE. F?R ALBANY AND TROY.-Mornjng ? Line from the foot of Barclay street, landing .at intermediate place*. The Steamer E.MPIRE, Captain 8. R. Roe, Monday, Wednet day and Friday Morning at 7 o'clock. The Steamer TROyT Captain A. Oorham, Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday Morning, at 7 o'clock. Evening Line from the Toot of Courtlandt street, direct. The Steamer SWALLOW, Captain A. McLean, Monday, Wednesday and Friday Evening, at 7 o'clock. The Steamer ALBANY, Captain R. B. Macy, Tuesday, Thursday and Satuiday Evening, at 7 o'clock. Tlie Boats of this Line, owing to their light draught of wa ter, are able at all times to pass the bars, and reach Albany and Troy iu ample time to take the morning train of cars for the east or west. For passage or freight, apply on board, or at the offices on the wharves. ml7rrc TO CONfcY ISLAND ANU FORT HAMILTON The steamboat THOMAS MMwwa 8ALMOND. CtpUin W.T.Schultx, will,?? Sunday ami Monday next, inrfKe two trips on each day. In (he morning, ietva Amw street UK. Canal (athamie Kerry,, 9>?: Pier No. 1 North River, at 9?*. In ihe after iioopi?Leave Amos street at 2; Canal 2l4; Catharine Kerry, Brooklyn, 2.V; Pike 3; I'ier No. 1 North River, 3'*. Returning will l.iinl at same places. Kare lt)j cents each way. s7 2t*h FAKE REDUCED. KOIl CROTONVILLE, SING SING. TARRYTOWN. IRVING. WILTSIE'SDOCK, HASTINCJiJ ? AND YONKERS.?On and after Saturday, August 31st. IBt4, the new and substantial WASHINGTON IRv ING. Caiit Hi rani Tuthill, will leave the foot of Chamber street for the above places, daily at 3 P. M. Sunday excepted. Returning, will leave Crotonville tt iihi, and Sing sing at 7 o'clock A. MT, landnig at the foot of Hauimoud street each way. For luusage or freight, apply on board, or to STEPHEN B. TOMPKINS. 192 West street. s3rc l'L.e.A?AIMT A.NL) 1-Mt.Ar ?.ACUltSIU?S. SUMMER JlRHJiNGKMENT. NEW BRIGHTON, PORT RICHMOND. (STATEN ISLAND,) AND NKW YORK KERRY. From Pier No. 1, North River, foot of Battery Place. ~ The Steamboat CINDERKLLA, will rati as ? follows. Daily, from May 20th to October 1st, ? 1841 :?1/eaves New Yoilt at 9 and U o'clock, Leave* Port Ricnmond, at Mm in u tes to J, and 10 minutea to A. M.J atl,4?and6XP.m . Leaves New Brighton a) Ttbd It A.M.; at IM,5anJ7>a r.M. Ou Stiu day?Leaves New York, at 9 and 11 A. M.; at 3,1 and 8 I*. M. Leaves Port Richmond, at 2(1 minutes to 8 and 10 A.M; at I, i and 7J< P. M. New V nflt, Stay 18. 1844. mvll tm*re to 11 IIA'IH, ??ARUINf-R ANU HALLO W tiLlj. jIMKn jci The new ?e*mer PENOBSCOT, < apcain N. Kimball, leave# the end of T wharf, Boston, SL^HlJCflKBevery Tuesday and Friday eveuinus, at 7 o'clock. Stagta will be in readiness on her arrival at the above places, to convey panseuaert to the neighboring towns. FOR LON DON?Packet of the 10th of 8ept~^ ? The splendid packet ship NORTHUMBERLAND, ?Capt. Griswold, will eail for London aa above, lier day. Those deairou* of securing berths will require to make early application to JOHN HERDMAN, 61 South street. N. B.?Passage from Liverpool and London can at all times lie secured at the loweat rata*, by tlie tegular prcket-s sailing weekly throughout the year; end drafts can us usual be furuish ed, payable throughout Great Britain and Ireland, on applica tion as Mwive. s6rc rOH LI VKRPOOL?New Line? Regular Packet ? of With Sept.?The splendid last sailing racket Ship .SIIMUUAN. Captain K. A. De I'eyster, of 1109 tons, witl sail as above, her regular day. Kor freight or [mssage, having accommodations unequalled for splendor or comfort, apply ou board at Orleans whan, foot of Wall street, or to K. K. COLLINS k CO, M South street. Price of Passage, H90. Shtp|>ers by this line may rely upon having their goods cor rectly measured, and that the sni|? of this line will sail punc tually as advertised The packet ship Oarrick, ('apt. B. J. H. 1 rask, will succeed the Sheridan, and sail 26th October, her regular day. a?28ec BLACK BALL OR OLD LINE OF LIVER __.__? POOL PACKKTS?KOR LI VKRPOOL?Only JHUaBbn uiiUr packet sailing on the 16th of 8e|itemlier.?The new, magnificent and Celebrated fist sailing racket ship YORK 8I1IKK., of 1130 tons burlleu, David O. Bailey, commander, will <*il positively as above, her regular day. It m scarcely nece sary to say, as it is so well known to the travelling public, tliat the accommodations of {he Yorkshire sre fitted out in a most costly style, with every improvement and convenience, that cannot but add to tlie comfort of ihose em barking, and may bejustly called a "floating iialaee." Cabin, second chin and steerage passengers visiting tne old country, should call luid ?r this splendid specimen of natal architecture, before i*.paging el?ewhete. Kor terms of paasage and to secure the liC4t berths, early application should be made ou board, foot of Be-liman street, or to the subscribers. ROOHlt, BROTHKR8 k CO., s're 3t 1-ultmi sifeet, next door to the Kulton Bank. KOK LONDON.?Packet of iW 10th Sept.? ? The splendid new Packet Shin NOITHUMBKR gLANlJ. (Captain R. H. Oriswofd, tails (ositively as ahov. her regular day. This ship lias excellent accommodations for cabin, second cabin nnil steerage passengers. Th?se wishing tn secure berths aliuuM not tail to make early application on board, or to W. k J. T. TAPScivi'T, ?Ire 76 South slreet^coruar of Maiden Line. TO THE TRAVELLING PUBLIC. A Mk PASSENGER JIRH~1NGENENT FOH 1#44. The Subscribers having completed ()trir arrangements, are now preiiared to bring out puKutcn from Ureal Britain and Ireland by the follow ins Aral claw 1'acket Ships, uue of whitih will Wave Liverpool ou the 1st, Clh, ilth, IStli, 21st aaitl 23th of each mouth:? .. ? . Patrick Henry, New York, Sheridan, Virginia, Liverpool, Cambridge, Monurauma, Siddons, (ieo. Washington, Hottingtter, Columbus, United States, Roscius, Axliburton, England, Euroiw, Stephen Whituey, Rochester, Independence, Yorkshire, Garrick, Samuel Hicks, Queen of the West, Oxford. Certificates of passage can be obtained, and every information will da given to those tending for their friends, en application at either of oar Offices. They will alio be prepared, on the opening of navigation, to forward passengers ana their luggage to Albany and Troy, and via Erie Canal tc Buffalo, and all intermediate place*. To all port* of the I'pper Lake*. Via Oswego to Toronto, Port Hope, Coburg, Kingston, and all jiarts of Cuiiada West. from Tiny via Whitehall to Montreal and Quebec, Canada East via 'Jhio Canal from Clevelaud to Portsmouth, Cincin nati and intermediate places. South YVe?t via Philadelphia to Pittsburg, Cincinnati, Louia vilie, and all tuns ou the Ohio Hiver to St. Louis, Mo..; and to all parts of Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois and Wiscousin Territory. HKMl'lW'ANCliS. . For the accommodation of ivruous wishing to send money to their Iriends iu the Old Country. HAHNDKN it CO. will gine drifts on any part of Kngland, Scotland or Ireland, payable at light, for sums (jf ?1, ?3, i.20, to .iM#?or in any amount to suit the purchaser. OFFICES AND AGENTS. Charlex ('raft, 120 State street, Boston. B. W. Wheeler, Union liuildiug, Providence, R. 1. J. W. Mills, 3 Wall street, and 16 Front strvet, New York. N. G. Howard, 43 South Third street, Philadelphia. Sandford it Shoemaker, 7 Light street, Baltimore, Md., Pittsburgh, Pa. L. 8. Littlejohn, H Exchange, Albany, N. Y. S. Clark, 1W lliver street, Troy, N. Y. Utica, N. Y. W.'A. Cook, Syracuse, N. Y. Rochester. N. Y. W. H. Cook, Buffalo. N. Y. H. Fitzhugh k Co., Oswego, N. Y. _mrfec HARNDEN ?c CO. CENTRAL RAIL ROAD, FROM SAVANNAH TO MACON, GEORGIA. THIS KOAD is in operation daily (Sundays excepted.) for Transportstiou of Passengers and Freight. New and comforta ble Passengers Cars have been recently placed on the road, and the distance (190 miles,) is run from 6 A. M. to 6 P. M., with great regularity. The Company has also a number of Burtlien Cars, and is prepared to carry with despatch, all goods and pro duce which may offer. (foods consigned to the ? omimny-'s Agent iu Savannah, will be received and forwarded, flee of com mission for forwarding, provided a sum in cash, sufficient to pay ship and road freight and charges is deposited with the Compa ny on srftval of the goods. The steamers OEN. CLINCH and CHARLESTON, owned and commanded by Captains Brooks and Harden, run between Charleston and Savannah, in connec tion with the Road. A Steamer leaves each city on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, and the Line, it is expected, will soon run daily. Passengers travelling South will leave Charleston at 9 A. M., immediately after the arrival of the Wilmington steam er?reach Savannah by 8 P.M. same d?y, and take the cars from Macon at 6 o'clook the following morning. By this route there is le<s staying than ou any other to Montgomery, and the fare is as low. E. IAF1TTE, Agent for the Line in Charleston. R. R. CUYLER, President. THOMAS PUR8E, Oeueral Su|?rinMndent. Savannah, Augnst, 1844. si Imrc DAY LINE TOliOSTOf BY THE LONti ISLAND RAIL ROAD. A Daily Train, Sundays excepted, leaves Brooklyn precisely at 8 o'clock, A. M. for Grwenport, from whence passengers are ognveyed in a first-rate Steamer to Stonington, on Mondays, Wedueulays tCnd Fridays, and to Norwich on Tuesday s. Thurs days and Saturdays. Passengers must be at the South Ferry, foot of Whitrhall street, in time to take the Ferry Boat at 7\i o'clock A. M., where, tickets may be procured and luggage de posited in crates, that go through to Boston unopened. This Line stops only twice between Brooklyn and (ireenport, viz:?at "Farmingdale" 31, and at the "Manor," 67 miles from Brooklyn, and generally reaching Boston iu ten to eleven hours. An Accommodation Line leaves for Greeniwrt every day, Sundays excepted, at 3 o'clock P. M., and returning leaves Oreenport at 5 A. M. au2fl Imrc ARRANGEMENTS FOR 1844. OLD ESTABLISHED PASSAGE OFFICE 100 Pine street, corner of South. m m. M. M. T11E Subscriber begs leave to call the attention of his friends and the public in general, to the following arrangement* for 1844, for trie purpose of bringing out Cabin, 2d Cabin, and Steer age Passengers, by the Regular Liue of Liveri>ool Packets, sail ing the 1st, 6th, 11th, 16th. 21st and 26th of every mouth. By the London Packets to Kail from New York, the 1st, 10th and 10th?and from London on the 7th, 17th and 27th of each month. Iu connection with the above, and for the purpose of affording still greater facilities to passengers, the Subscriber has establish ed a regular line of first class New York built, corns-red and coppered fastened ships, to sail punctually every week through oat the year. For the accommodation of persons wishing to remit money to their families or friends, drafts are given, payable at sight, on the following Banks, viz.:? Provincial Bauk of Ireland, payable at Limerick, Clonmel, Londonderry, Cork, Sligo, Galway, Uallina, Mouaghan, Downi?trick, Duugannon, Stralnne. Cootcliill, Wexford, Armagh, Tralee, Bambridge, Cavau, Baudon, Skibbeieen, Kilrush, Belfast, Athloue, Youghal, Ballymeua, Lurgan, Euuis, Mallow, Dublin. Waterford, Colersin, Enuiskillen, I'arsenstown Omaah, Ballyehsnuon, Moueymore, Skibbreen. Scotland?The City Bank of GUsjjow. England- .'w-s?rs. SiKxmer, Atwnod k Co., Bankers, London; P. W. Byrnes It Co., 36 Waterloo Road, Liverpool; payable in every town in Great Britaiu. For further information, (if byletter post said,) apply to JOSEPH Mc.MURRAY, 100 Pine street, comerof Soulh street, New York, Or Meesr* P W. BYHNEK .i ' O., 36 VVm^rtoo Road THE NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS. To sail from New York on the 21st, and from Liverpool on the 6th of raoh month From New York. L'pool. New Ship LIVERPOOL. 1150 ton., ??:. ? ??>? ? J WiAniSmik?? ?/April 21 June 6 J. Kldndte. |iAoi. 21 Oct. 6 N.8hii.QUEKNOFTHEWE?T.lifS7 |! ^ ? ?SMay 21 Sept. 21 Feb'y II No?. 6 New Ship RQCHE^ER, HO too., J*? ?} April 6 Bntton. Ocl'r 21 Dec\ 6 Ship HOTTKNOUER, IOSO ton., {'^Vch '' Sfcj ? Ira Bursley. J ?} ? Tliese substantial, Cut tailing, first class Ship., all built in the city ol New York, are commanded hy meu of experience and ability, and will be despatched punctually on the 21.1 of encii month. 1 heir Cabin. are elegant and commodiou., and an> fnnii.hed with w.uUver can conduce to the ease and comfort of passen Price ol Passage, f 100. Neither tlw Captain. or owner. of tlieae Ship, will be re.pou ?ible for any i>arceU or ptcktfe* sent by them, unle*. regulu bill, of lading an signed tlieiWnr. For freight or p.uiMice, apply to WOODIIULL It MINTURN8, 87 South street, New York, or to FIELDEN, BROTHERS, It CO., JMee Liverpoo NEW LINE OF L1VEHHOOL PACKETS. To nil from New York on the 26th and Liverpool on the 11th of each month. !? itu.vl NEW TTTIuv Ship ROSCIUS, Captain John Collin*. 26th July. Ship SI DDONS, Captain E. B. Cobb, 26th August. Sliip SHERIDAN, Captain F. A. l3ei??y?Uir, 26th Sept Ship GARR1CK. Captain II. I. II. Tra.k, 26th Oct. V'ROM LIVERPOOL. Ship SIIERIDAN. Captain A. De|>ey.tiar, 1 ltli July. Ship OAItRICK, Captain B. I. II 'I raak, 11th August. Ship ilOSCIUS, Captain John Collin., I lth Sept. Ship 811)DONS, Captain E. B. Cobb, llth Oct. These ship, are all of the first class, upward, of 1000 ton., bi ilt in the city of New York, with ?ucli improvements as combine grt at .paed with unu.nal Comfort for pauengert. Krvry care ha. Iiern taken iu the arrangement of their accom modation.. The price of liasssge hence i. $100, for which am ple store, will be provided. These slnp. are commanded by experienced mailer., who will make every eiertion to give ge neml .itisfactiiHl. Neither the Captain, or owner, of the .hip* will be respon.i ble for any letters, parcels or packages .em by tliem, unlvs. re gular hill] of laden are .igned therefor. For freight or passage apply to E. K COLLINS Si <-0., 56 South street, New York, or to BROWN, SHIPLEY It CO., Liverpool. Letter, by the Packet, will be charged I2)f cents (>er .ingle ?tterjJiO cetits |ier ounce, and|ier? I cent each. inirc OLD LINE LIVERPOOL PACKETS." 11 f. Old Line'ol' I'ackets for Li>er|>ool will hereafter tie t aiatehed.iu )he following order, txceptnig that when the wiling ?y fall, on Sunday, tlie .hipi will sail on the succeeding day, VI*.:? From H'tn York. From Iai npool. The CAMBRIDGE, i J-ine | July' 16 ,8M ton., < Oct. I Nov. 10 W. C. Bantow,( Knb. I ? Mar. IB The ENOLAND, V June 16 Dec. i 7jfl ton., < Oct. 16 Dec. l S. BartleU, ( Feb. 16 April I The OXFORD, {July 1 Aug. 16 800 tons, < Nov. 1 Dec. 16 J. Rathbone, ( March I April 16 The MONTEZUMA, lJu|y 16 Sept. 1 1000 ton., < Nov. 16 Jau. 1 A. B. Lowber.f March 16 May 1 The.EUROPE, (Aug. 1 Sept. 16 611 ton., {Dec. 1 Jan. lr> E. (i. Fnrber, (April 1 M?y 16 The*NEW YORK, (new,) i Aug. 16 Oct. 1 M0 tons, < Dee. 16 I* ell. 1 T. U. Cropi?r,( April 16 Jmie 1 The"C OLUM BUS, (Sept 1 Oct. 16 700 ton., <Jan. 1 freb. 16 _ O. A. Cole,I May 1 June 16 The YORKSHIRE, (new,) J Sept. 16 Nov. I IOtt ton., < Jan. 16 March 1 D. O. Bailey. (May 16, July I . v** Ship, are not .tiriaused in point of elegance or Comfort in tlieir cabin accommodations, or in their fast sailing <|ualitiee by any vessels in the trade. The commander, are well known a. men of characteijand ?*|ieneuce, and the strictest attention will always be paid to promote the comfort and convenience of passengers. Punctuality, a. regard, the day of sailing, will be ob?erv*d as heretofore. The price of passage outward it now fnted at One Hundred Dollars, for which ample .toie. of every description, will l? Crovided. with the exception of wine, and liouor., which win > furnished by the Steward., ifrequired. Neither tlie raptain or owner, of the*e Ship, will be re.poa .ible for any letter., parrels, or imckages wnt by them nnlees regular bills of lading are signed therefor. Far freight or pee nge. apply to 'fOODHUE k CO, 64 South street. BEACON COURSE?TROTTING. MONDAY, Sept. 9th, at 3>? o'clock?Purse $260. Mile Heats, best tiiree iu live tu harness, for which are entered and will ?tart David Bryent's Br. m. Lady Suffolk. H. Woodruff's gr. g Washington. Wm. Wlu'? br. m. Dutciiess. John Large's... b.g. Awful. N. B.?Persons wishing Member's Tickets lor tne Kail Hn??, aru resiwctfully informed they cm be had at the Ticket Office on ()u-above day. s(i ltis*ic TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS HOOTS AND SHOES. ? - THE SUBSCRIBERS hare received and now offer ? l^for aale, the beat selected stock ol' Boot* and Shoes, Tor fall aud wiuier trade, that can be found in the city of New York, consisting in part of Men's Thick Boots, Men's Grain or Fishermen's Boots, Men's Kip and Calf Boots, Men's Half Welt and Pump Calf, Grain and Seal Boots, Men's Kip, Tweed and Sewed Brogans, Men's Calf Broicaus, Men's Fine Calf Boots, Women's Leather Boots and Buskins, Children's Leather Cnc lu, the best article in the market: Ladies fine Buskins, Gaiters, Slippers anh French Ties, and all other articles in tlie line that can possibly be called for. Children's Shoes of an endless variety Tor fall and winter. Furred. Patent and Plain Rubben, Men's and Womeu's, for sale cheap oy WILSON & JOHNSON, . 142 Chatham street opposite Chatham Theatre. H^'*Q|eii 'till 10 o'clock in the evening. autt 1m*ec SCOTT'S WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERY AND WINE STORE, ? 70 Nansau Street. CJUPERIOK TEAS, COFFEE, SL'GAR.-Also, Wiues in everry variety?Otaril, rhampagne and Coxuiac Brandy; Irish and Scotch Whiskey; Old Jamaica Rum; Holland Gin; Loudon Brown Stout; Edinburgh Ale, Sic., Su-., at JOHN S. SCOTTS Wholesale and Retail Store, 76 Nassau street. N. B.?People from the country. Hotel and Boariliug House Keemri, who Imy for cask, will tad it to thairadvantage to 8i ve this establishment a call. Ooodssent to any part of the city lee ol ex|?nse. >6 lm*rc CHEAP EST ILLUSTRATED WORK EVER PUBLISHED. PA It T TWO JUST OUT, Price Twenty-Five Cents. PAYNE'S UNIVER8UM ; or, Pictorial World-Edited by * Clurle* I. J wards, Esq.; being a Collection of Eug ravines of Views in all (Countries, Portrait! of Oieat Men, aiid Speci mens of Work* of Art, of all ages and of every character, will be I'ubuuied in Monthly Parts, each containing four highly finished Steel Engravings, from new plates, printed on uemy quarto paper, and will be accompanied with eight to twelve piges of letter Diets. iiie Suhscri.mrs of the Pictorial World (for one year) will 03 presented with Three Premiums, (see Prosi>ectua.) CHARLES MULLER, nn I aiAwiw'm No. 118 Nassau street, N. Y. TO CALICO PRINTERS FOR SALE?THE RAHWAY PRINT WORKS. rPHE OWNER wishing to retire from busiueas, offers for -L sale his Print Works, which are now in o)>eratioii, and have oeen put in complete repair within the last niue months. Tlie works are calculated to print 3 to 4000 pieces per week. Two thirds of the purchase money can remain on bond and mortgage for a number of years, or an arrangement can be made to pay a part iu printing. Application to be made to PHILIP TRUSSLER, an 10 3tawlm*rc lLthway, New Jersey pHEAP PERFUMERY AND FANCY 80AP WORKS yy JOHNSON it VROOM, formerly earner of Cedar and William streets, are manufacturing and putting up for tlx trade, their goods in the newest sod most attractive styles, ani re sell ing at prices 2(1 per cent lower than can be brought to this mar ket; the extent of their manufacturing facilities enables them to seil for the smallest profit. Manufactory aud Halea Room, 79 Trinity Place, rear of the new Trinity Church. aul7 lmeod* in BAKERY TO LET. t THE LOWER PART OF A HOUSE, 208 Greene ?street, near Amity street, with two good Ovens, and every convenience to carry ou a Urge business, is to let reason able. The stand is an excellent one. Enquire of K. A. REIT/, on the premises. i53t*m TO THE LADIES. OH HULL'S UTERO ABDOMINAL SUPPORTERS. fills new Instrument for the radical cure of Prolapsus Uteri, A or Falling of the Womb, by externa] application, super seding the use of the otaiectional Pessary, is confidently recom mended to the afflicted as tlie means of iierfect restoration to health, it uever having failed of performing a cure, even under the mosl aggravated circumstance*. The Supporter has attaiued a very high character in Europe at well as iu this country. It is adopted to the entire disease of Pessaries, and all other painful surgical expedients, iu the Ly ing-in Hosiiit&ls of London and Paris, and Is universally re commended in Europe by medical men Of tlie highest rank, iu this country it ia sustained by the leading members of the faculties of College* and Hospitals, and by all the eminent pri vate practitioners. Rooms have been furnished exclusively for ladies at No. 4 Vesey street, having a separate entrance from the business de partment, where a lady is in constant attendance to apply Trusses arid Supporters to female patients an It lmrrc GENTLEMEN'S LEFT OFF WARDROBE, f'HE HIGHEST PRICES can be obtained by Gentlemen -L or Familiea who are deairous of converting their lelt off wearing apparel into cash. Familie* or Gentlemen quitting the city or changing resi dence, haviug any superfluous effects to dis|iose of, will find it much to their advantage to sen'U for the Subscriber, who will attend at their residence by appointment. J. LEVINSTYN, 4G0 Broadway, up stairs. A lhie through the Post'Office, or otherwise, will receive prompt attention. si lm*ec ESTABLISHED 1834. WM. WILD, Manufacturer of Cutlery, No. 160 Division at New York, oners to the trade a choice selection of good* cheap for cash. We can recommend them to be as good aa tut kitt imported goods, aa we use nothing but Meaars. Sanderson, rot he ni k Co.'s best cast steel. CAUTION. As there ia an inferior article to ours offered to the public, marked Wild, &c., we think it best to give this notice?all goods from our manufactory are marked Wild's Celebrated American Cutlery. N. D.?We have no agent. Only to be had at our Establish ment.. an3 lm*re LOCOMOTIVE rillNTINO KNOINE, IIS John Street, near Hearl. IRCULARS, Bill Heads, Bills of Lading, Shipping and V oilier Receipts, Hand and Posting Bills, Labels, Ike., kc., printed to order, at.the lowest cash prices. MACHINERY FOR CARD PRINTING. Having two of tlie handsomest and best pieces of machinery ever invented for Printing Cards, we can furnish them of any size or quality, at the shortest notice, and at remarkably low prices. FOLOER'k SUTTON Printers. N.B.?No runners engaged to solicit orders, or printing. I'leaae call at the office .<"> Iin*ni MA'ATELLE & HOLDERMANN, 37 Maiden 1-uiie, New York, lV/f ANUFACTUREHS AND IMPORTERS of Omamen 1*1 tal Hair Work, Wigs, Toa|ces, Bands, Curls, Se<uns. Bandeau Hair, and a new style of Everlasting Curls, and all kinds of Hair Works, wholesale and retail. N. B.?The trade supplied ou reasonable ternu. au4 lm*<e. NASH'S carkageen paste, MANUFACTURED and sold by John Nash. Jersey City, and sold also, wholesale.aud retail, at tha following Denote iu New Vork :? Rushton and Company, Broailwav. Milhnti's Pharmacy, Broadway. A. B. Sandi, 273 Broadway. Heury J. Chapman, Fulton street. Ana retail, of all the principal Drug Storea in tne city. 'The medicinal qualities of this elegant and fashionable ivepa* ration have been long known lofthe nublic. Physicians have successfully prescribed the use of Irish Moss as a light and highly nutritious article of diet for invalids, particularly for those suffering from Pulmonary Consumption. Hitherto, this substauce has bei'n only ujrd medicinally, but froin tlx- very ?U)>erior manner iu which tlie present article has been prepared, it will not only be used by the sick, but as a luxury by all. In cousequence of its highly demulcent properties, and |>ower in allaying irritation of the air-pa?*ag?s, the attention of public speakers is earnestly requested. To members of the Pulpit and Bar it will be invaluable, and to their patronage it is reaia-ctfully dedicated, by their obedient servant, JOHN NASH. in tne v rencn, npanisn and ing. Navigation, Algebra, (.Writing, Arithmetic, Ike. of J. D. Moguls, Jr. GENUINE TEAS. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL; THE CANTON TEA COMPANY, PRINCIPAL STORE. 121 CHATHAM STREET, N. Y Brunei, Starts, 318 Blecckrr street. Ntw I 'ork, 361 (J-rnnit street, near Suffolk, 111 Greenwich, near J-\i7tiin, 111) Fulton street. Brooklyn. *9 Chestnut and 4i North Fifth itreet, Philadelphia. 71 llanover street. Boston. INVITE the attention of City and Country Familie* and 1 Purchasers to tlieir several establishments, where they think w ill be found hy far the beat selections of pure and uiiiluftented Tea* in the United States. The universal popularity and re nown of tlieir house with reference to high qualities, low prices, and upriglit.dnaling,is Mo well understood to render furlher com ments necessary. Original and only warehouse for the sale of Howqua's Hl-ick Tea?"Observe!"?Strangers will be particular to remember the number of the principal store in Chatham at. Tit:?III, between Pearl and Roeevelt street. The public will also be pleased to tfke notice that the Canton Tea Cinii|>aiiy hav- nothing to do with luiy other store* except those described at tha toil of this advertisement. au23 3m*ec ONE SHILLING PER LESSON, At No. U Citv Hall Place. '"THOROUGH instruction given in the^French, Spanish and A Italian Languages, Book-keeping < >eom?try. Trigonometry, Surveying, Circulars and references may be had of . N. B. Evening Classes. si lm*ae TO THTTDAGUKHRIAN ARTISTS. rI' A. ARTAULT, 119 Broadway, comer of Liberty street, ? Lafayette Bazaar, offers sale, low for cash, 8n do/.mi mo rocco ease*; a fine lot of gi|t frames; 0 new apparatus, made by Chavdier and Lerebours, in Paris; U achromatic gl ioses, 3>J inches; a lot of plates, cliemicals, Kc. se) lm'rc TO THO&E WITHOUT CHILDREN. A PROCREATIVE E LIXIR CORDIAL. rPHE greatest discovery in medical science is that tf M. M. A Deaomeaux, of Paris. Ha has entirely exploded the gene rally receive*! opinion of the existence ol incurable sterility or barrenness, (except indeed in caaea of malformation, whie I fi extremely rare.) The invariable and universal success of nis Elixir Cordial, in every instance, of producing that stale ol health which results in the wife becoming blessed aa a mother, who for years pined in childless lonrlinss, has folly established the fact, that what is usually termed barrenness is cniable by the use of the I'rocreative Elixir Cordial. It is infxlliable in senurial weakness, fluor alhus, debility, incontinence and the various train of complain^* arising from excess, illness, or im prudence. Iu great, and invariable success is its recommenda tion. The fame of this wonderful Elixir Cordial is well esta blished. A sale of more than fifty thousand bottles anil pack ages is sufficient evidence of its excellence and the estimation in which it is held. It is pleaaant and agreeable to tha taste, 'l'he undersigned is the only authorised agent ib this country Prica 13 a bottle. , , For the convenience of those residing ont of the city, the in gredients composing tha Elixir Cordial ara rait up in ft clugas For transmission by mail, with full direction lor preparing. Price of pae.kage |i, making three bottles. AH letters MVS I be postpaid, and directed to Dr. F. MtLVEAU, box H. N. Vork city, ulla'a . OAc* 1M Liberty it. Winchester, V*. ) forrenpoudeucs of the Herald.] Winchester, Va., Sept. 2, 1844. J Political Movtmtntt. J. G. Bennett, Esu. I gave you some account of the Whig mass meeting of Thursday week, and strict justice to - both parties requires that the Herald should be tarnished with an inkling of the Democratic mass meeting here on Thursday last. The day was fine. At an early hour in the morning the town wasin commotion. The democracy of the 10th Congressional District came pouring in fiom every quarter?nien, women and children. Tri umphal arches had been erected across the streets in the route appointed tor the procession. The democratic houses streamed with banners. At 10 o'clock, the procession, a mil? in length, from upper Frederick, Warren and Shenandoah, came pouring in?in the front attended by a band of music; a car loaded with 27 ladies dressed in white, 215 bearing each a white lltig with the name of a State, and the 27th a blue Hag endorsed, "Polk and Dallas, Texas and Oregon." A mis cellaneous collection of wagons, dearborns, carts, carryalls, buggies, barouche*, and carriages of all sorts and qualities, chiefly filled with ladies, with a lone line behind of men on horseback, made up this detachment of the grand urmy. 1 he whole procession numbered (>000 and upwards, by actual count. Msjor Davezac estimated the number of persons on the ground at 20,000, the ladies at 5,000 It was a great throng?and the dinner prepared lor 10,000 people, with a iubsnjuent supply tor 5,000 more, was lapped up to the fragments by 3 o'clock, and by 1 even the fragments were devoured. Among the regalia were a couple of stufled coon skins, each borne in a car, in a standing pos ture, as if eating from a trough, and labelled on their sides?" Whig Promises in 1840?Two dol lars a day and Roast Beef." A coon hang up in a cage?two live coons sentenced to be hung?a banner with a coon opened and labelled upon his heart, liver, lights, and intestines, with whig prin ciples, according to the direction ot Dr. Duncan ?a tremendous big ball endorsed with democratic mottoes?a wagon painted with Polk juice, with fit teen men inside,with Polk stalks and a man named Chapman for a driver, who crowed lustily all the day long?and a vast lot of banners and flags, ex ceeding any whig exhibition, perhaps, of the cam paign, in quantity, variety, and significance. Hon. James M. Mason of Winchester, presided. The speakers were Gen. Dawson, of La., who spoks chiefly in praise of the ladies, and he spoke like a book?Major Davezac, of New York, who spoke chiefly of the battle of New Orleans, and General Jackton, and promised, also, that New York would sro for Polk and Dallas by 20,000 ma jority?Hon. Wm. Smith, of Va., (known all the world over as Extra Billy) who, in a very practical way .reviewed the measures ot a Bank.ths Tariti, Texas, and Oregon?and Mr. Stewart, of Baltimore, (a Harrison man in 1840) who spoke very forcibly upon matters and things in general, when the meet ing was aismisaed, and the crowd dispersed in every direction like a routed army, invisible in the dust, singing and shouting on their way. The speaking was kept up in townduring the night, and Virginia is going for Polk and Dallas by 6,000 majority, or we are no judge of the phase ot popular opinion. Truly, Boh. Bridgeport. [Correspondence of the Herald J Bridgeport, Aug. 28, 1844. Heaven on Earth?Rural Felicity and Ripe Fruit? Anti-Repudiation?Lovely Ladiet in ; not Corner Lott?Melody and Politict. Our city is at present so lively, that 1 cannot forbear employing a few leisure moments, in at tempting to stir up the recollections ot your readers to the fact, that there is something " going on" in Yankee land. The plentiful showers of rain, with which we have been visited during the past week, have given to the surrounding country an apjiear ance of uuusual freshness and beauty. The beau tiful rides around Bridgeport and its vicinity, have been much improved by the uncommon fragranee and verdure, every where apparent in the gardens and grounds of the more wealthy inhabitants; and nature, in all her beauties, rever seemed half 6t> smiling. Along with this goodly share of rural felicity, which the bounties of Heaven have bestowed, the iniith and gaiety of our citizens have once mote become aroused; and, in spite of railroad bond?, which have so long stared us in the face, the good humor and lively temperament, so proverbially characteristic of our city, have not been driven away. In the true Yankee spirit, having once be come convinced that the law would not protect them in refusing to pay the bondholders, the tax paying community have, with praise-worthy dili gence, set about fulfilling their obligations, and al ready. I believe, one-third of the assessment has b? ?*n levied on the property of the citizens. You, who are so great an admirer of the female sex, and, of course, know where to look lor tsupe riority among them, need not, I suppose, be re minded that we have, at Bridgeport, one of the finest lot of lively, witty, graceful, accompli hed, nood-humored girls that are to be met with in New England. Indeed, were it not for this ru perinrity over our neighbors, this everlasting loco motive " leech," wnich, for the past five years, has been crying " give, give," would well nigh have overwhelmed the lathers and brothers ot our community. But the irresistible good humor and light heartedness of the ladies among us, lorbid uiv tiling like frowns or complaints, from mani festing themselves amid the social circle. Quite an array of beauty assembled a few eve nings since at Miss F.'s, in Broad street. The party was given in compliment to Miss H., an in telligent and nmiHbl&young lady from the city of brotherly love, w ho is passing a few weeks wilh her friends in Bridgeport. The unassuming de meanor of Miss F., and the. sprightly wit of Mihs H., combined to render the entertainment one of the most agreeable of the season. Among (la belles were Miss Julia H. of Bank street; Miss Julia T., of (Jolden If ill; Miss H., of Maine street; the Misses O , and Mies B., also of Maine street. Every thing passed off finely, and, after partaking of a supper, served up in the best possible style, the company difper^ed with anv quantity of Kuod feel ing toward the fascinating hostess, Misa F. Another party, scarcely less brilliant, came off at the residence of Mise S , in the upper part of Maine street, a week or two ngo. I have not time to mention particulars. Suffice it to say, the host and hostess were agreeable; the company, of course, lively; the music fine; the dancing extra, and all home and happy about twelve. On Monday lust a concert took place at the City Court Room, by Mr. and Miss ' anderbeck, whose performances seemed to give very general satisfac tion. Several weddings, halls, soirees and soon, are expected to come on' during the approaching month. Should any thing occur of interest you shall be doly informed. Politics, here, as elsewhere, are "about par." The Whigs, however, seem to be making rather more, fuss, and, us usual, 1 presume will lie a little more successful. The editor ol the Whig paper here is at present engaged in a very silly and amu sing qnarrel with the Locofoco member of Con gress and the Conservative Mayor in our city.? The '-ditor is an inveterate punster, and, as you may have noticed, occasionally bi'es r*i!;er hard. Kike many other newspaper wars, it would be dif ficult to tell what is the exact matter of controver sy and how far each party is in the wronx. My own opinion is, they are all right. <?ood-bye. Youra, Oirns. Sickwkss Ar,c. in Tixas.?We saw yesterday private letters received by the Republic, from the moat respectable sources in Galveston, which give a de plorable account of the ravages of the fever in that city, which, however, had somewhat abated when tha Repub lic left. It swept through some families, prostrating every member, the children and servants not escsplng In the threatening aspect oi Mexico and the risk of an attack upon Galveston, the inhabitants would naturally have found canse for alarm, but the mora immediate dan ger from the pestilence overpowered every feeling ol the kind. One gentleman, in alluding to the apathy mani fested in regard to the invasion, said I suppose th citizen* have coma to tho conclusion that it is a* well to die by the sword as by disesse. I have been reeling here nearly seven years, and have heard of ' the wolf no oft' n, that I feci no sort of appiehenaion on the scote ol an Invasion ; but my wile. I believe, is a little elaimed '' And such, so far as we can iearn, is the leeling pervading the mass of Texans ? N. O Pie. Jlu< 3<l. Hr-RRrcAftx ?We are informed that on Snnday night last, the gin-house and all the negro houses on the plantation of Mr. Briscoe, in <;iait<orrie<:o , Missis sippi, were blown down, dnring a tremendous gale ol wind, and that some of the bridges in Warren county, were likewise destroyed We also learn that at least 1M) l>ale? of cotton wern destroyed on th?i plaataftlon of Mr. Ballard, near Warrenton ? N. O. Tropic, Jlvn *>. Philadelphia. [Correspondence of the Herald ] Philadelphia, dep. 6, 1844. Dkar Sir : ? We have a delightful day, the atmosphere pure and invigorating, and the sky "darkly, deeply, beautifully blue." It is astonishing what au effect a fine day has on one's spirits, reminding me of a remark made by an eccentric broker of this city, in which he thank? J God for "a little sunshine" at the deliberations of their Board. Stocks, like eU bubbles, are susceptible of inflation, alternately "up and down." They look "a shade better" to day, so says their correct oracle, the stock list! The cheap line of Baltimore steambuata are try ing it again. There is nothing like perseverance in all matters of business and everything else. The (arc is $1 60, and "through by day light." It is to be desired that they may succeed in opposi tion to the monopoly which has so loi^g existed between this city ana the Monumental city. Why cannot a line be started in opposition to that be tween our respective cities'! 1 perceive by the pa pers that ihe passengers on the Camden and Amboy Railroad line complain very much against all con. neoted with it, and probably with justice on their side. The brnchu c which you pro mite your readers in relation to the episcopal Convention and their learned and virtuous prelate, has ulready thrown several young ladies (verging towards fifty) into h tremendous nervous fit. The doings of themselves and their saint will "ull be exposed by that naughty Bennett." The scriptures enjoins on us "to take a little wine, &cc." but the brandy I believe is preferred by the Bishop?so says Madame. Humor, whom you know is a very ugly old lady. The Arch, under Burton's management, opens with Macready. The Walnut,with Forrest. Thus we shall fh<ive "native" arrayed against foreign talent again, and quite an excitement among the lovers of the histrionic act, during all next week. Welch distances the whole of them with his mag nificent Olympic. There is a great curiosity on the pari of the "native" organs her*; to ascertain who is your regular correspondent, against whom they are very much incensed, and threaten to lynch whenever his favorB them with his company. The drivelling stuff, a la editorial, which appears in them allords considerable amusement to every one who reads it. You come in for a share of abuse accasionally, but your well known philosophy is capable ?f en during it all. Our city is very uuhealthy at present, numerous cases of bilious and intermittent fevers occurring, and considerable mortality. The chnnges in the weather are sudden, and in addition to which the decomposition of vegetable matter going on will engender ailments, if persone are not careful in their diet and clothing. Business of all kinds is exceedingly dull, and the prospect ahead is not very cheering. The making and un-making of Presidents every four years sadly deranges the routine of things, throwing the politi cal world into a state of fermentation, from which it is a long time in subsiding. " Polk and Clay"? " Clay and Polk," will soon resound through our streets?and all the paraphernalia of Rn election be witnessed. The State House is being pasted over with assessors lists of " taxable inhabitants," &c Cloy from all appearances will be "the man of the people." Cnesnut street is filled with a gay assemblage of >outb, beauty and fashion. The number of beau tiful women seen in that fashionable thoroughfare keep one turning in every direction, in order to see their respective charms?one of which is the enor mous bustle worn by them, considered quite " the cheese," us the London fashionables lispingly re mark. Anxious mammas are daily seen "trotting" out their daughters, to see and be seen, while Pa is busy in his counting house, making " the where withal" to keep up their umiable extravagance ! Levy, the Jew, has opened a splendid dry goods establishment in Chesnut street, which will vie with any European magaHin. It is daily crowded with customers both inspecting and buying liia rich style of goods. He is very gentlemanly and obliging. The shipping in our port is unusually small, and the wharves along the Delaware look as desolate as possible?they are eveii deserted by the numer ous " wlnrf rats" which were formerly seen there in the vicinity of sugar and molasses casks. Nathan. The Landed Interest of America. The Journal of Commerce of the 30th of August last, notices the conversations of the Farmers' Club of the American Institute, and comments on the recommendation made by the Club, to Farmers to meet in Convention, at the next Fair of the In stitute, to be held on 11th and 12th days of October next?quite in an unfriendly way. The Comment seems to desire that Farmers should not come into Convention?that they want no aid! No depart ment of government tpecially forthcir good ! That General Washington, whose great favorite this was, must have been deceived !?and the Commerce de sires the Farmers to stay away ! Of the siucerity of this desire on the part ot the editor and his em ployers, we have no doubt. For terrible to that foreign clique and to all other selfish parties, will be the all powerful honest inlluence of the Lauded In terest? tlie boust of all honorable British States men in the Yeomanry of England ! So will in short due the glory of American Statesmen, the Lmded Interest of America! Stay away from such conventions ! begs the Journal of Commerce! Stay at home and dig potatoes ! leave government to me! But the American Institute certainly ought not to be blimed for calling on the Farmers with full powers from GeorgeWashington ! That glorious American had nothing more at heart than the ac tive agency of the Landed Interest, in the great concerns of the republic ; a home department fer agriculture supported by the purse of the Nation. St^y at home Farmers, says the Commerce. We have seen the day when that editor would have used unwilier word. he forgotten Bunk- r's Hill and New Orleans 1 Don't he know that the potatoes are dug and the battles are fought by the Farmers' boys'! S:eady patriotism and bodily vigor are raised in the open field, as well us potatoes and corn. This idea of the Commerce in not new. All the men managers since creation have dreaded the independence of the Landed Interest. They have in every age, as much as possible, enslaved the honest workers of the soil?from the days of the Feudal Barons down to the August 30th of the Commerce. But thanks to the spread of knowledge due to the soul and press of such men us Franklin, and thanks be to such patriots us 'ieorge Washing ton (not to the Commerce) our Farmers ore turn ing thiir eyes to the action of government hearing on their mighty interests. The American Insti tute fears not to follow the leud of Waahingtou? and we thank it heartily for reviving his mes'ima hie agricultural views?new. Oh, shame! nfier forty-eight years, brought to life, us it were, to he opposed by even one American ! for we have heard of hut one. Our cry is, and Bhall he?our Wash ington and his speed the plow. Many Thousands August 31, 1811. Coi kt.?Skit. 5'.h,lKll ? Present, Mr. Jimtice HrurdMley.?Tn adwoy ami al , impd , Htle. Coluy Motion to open default, and for leave to come in arid defend?denied witlicost*. Vdn Kcnsselner ami others, ekri., v?. Davis?Motion lor if eve to isnue new execution* in each of laid causes?the ?jme as those heretofore issued and nrovnd to have ?>e?n destroyed?and that sheriff I* authorized to endorse them the name as the Unit ??'anted, ex parte. Vim ltimsselaer va Davis. The tame. Tim l'eopl? vs. Thompson ? Motion '.o hnvr the motion In this case stand over to next sp'Tlai term granted on payment of costs of opposing Warren vs. Wilder, i.ite sheriff, nnd one other cause ? Motisn foi leave to proatcufn official bond of defendant In earh rase granted, ex par'e, Parish vs. Hinder, Jr ?Motion lor leave to Amend de claration?granted, on payment of nil costs subsequent to declaration, ami costs ol opposing motion ; and if n'd amended, then to pay costs of opposing motion. Bullock and al ads. Comstock and al.? Motien to Change venue granted, on payment of cos's of noticing for trial, and ail costs of preparing for trial Iwfore service of notice of this motion Mclatyre vs. Van I)erk and al., and one other cause ? Motion to set aside the executions and proceedinga sub sequent to the perfecting the judgment in each of the above entitled eausrts, and allowing the plaintiff's attor ney to issue a new execution in each of said causes granted, by default. in the matter ol the application of 8. M. Ilitlerhand, to set aside an election of Trustees in the corporation? Brill Jeshunln a Synagogue of Polish and Uermen Jews in the city of N.York. 'I ne < oiirt heard the argument ol counsel on this motion, which took most of tha day, and took tha papers, which motion ia under advisement the derision of which will he published as soon oa made.? Jilhany Jitln*, Stpl 1. Catrrpiixaiik.?Th**w insects hnve made their appearunce on the highlands in the pirish of K at Baton Kouge. They are also making considerable ravage* in the towei part of Weat Baton Kouge and lliervilie.?S. O Pi ., .Aug, J8. Hrick Trajir.?The demand for brick has been ?o increased hy the amount of building in the country as to give a remarkable impal-e ?o the trade. Tbe five bilek at Haveistiaw, N \ , tura out near fr'i.ono bnoks daily, at %i.ib per thousand [From the Journal of Commerce ) Niagara Falls. I notice in the column* o( the public neper* the men tion of accident! at the Fails, which prompts ma to maka ? few brief remark* in addition to what 1 aakl inlay let ter* of the Jfith and 37th of July, from that locality. I noticed when there, Keve-M viiitor* were apparently ambition* ol being daring in their appioach to tha verge of Table "Rock and other precipice*, and par ticularly youm; person*, who were unaccustomed to a new scene lf-te that of the cataract, whica abtorfced, a* it were unaware*, their wbola emotion*. M?ny person* who pasted under the rock*, and between tha lock* and sheet of water on the Canada aide, were particular in taking a printed certificate, duly *ignfd, Muting the lact of their having been under the folia. And the surprise ia not, that teriou* accident* happen, ?ben the great num ber of visitor* is considered ; but the wonder it there are not more ol tuch occurrence*. The morning I was upon Tabla Rock there waa ? great number ol person* passing between tht fisaure in tha rock and the precipice which overhangs the fathomless gnif beneath it. '1 his titture I measured the width of, in on pUce, and found it seven inches wide and extending deep. This rock, between the fiuure and the preeipice, will, doubtles*, ere long give way, and should any person be upon it, when this happen*, the consequence* will ba awful Table Rock ia, often, very wet: and there are several puddles of water and mud upon it, in varioua places, over which plank is laid 1 slitiped dawn upon One of theae, and got lioth in the mud aud in the water, and wai oblig ed to go to my lodging* and change a part of my clothe*. A young lady met with n similar accident the tame morn ing, and was consequently obliged to abridge her vmt anil retuni to (he opposite side of the river, where she and her frienda r.'tTe slopping, lor a change of clothe*. A gentlemen who vitittd the Fails irom (he city of New Vork, was unwilling to cross the bridge over the rapid* to <)out Island, and the circumstance was named there a* extraordinary, but it wa*, I think, a maikot prudence and caution. The rock* around and near theie precipice* are subject to the force of wiuter liosts and summer raint, and the wear and tear oi the river, Bad also to the force of winda {treating upon the bead ot the water, increasing or denreta ing itt volume both tuddenly and extemively. It be hooves visitors, therefore,to be carefnl. There are numer ous positions from which the Fellt may be teen and min utely examined without going upon the verge of the pre cipice on Table Rock. 1 expressed the opinion that a jet of hvdrogeu gas rises Irom the gulf beneath the bone shoe fallt, and I think a careful examination will prove the ac curacy of the suggestion. I examined the strata of the clilU which were accessi ble. very minutely, from top to bottom, removed several of the loose stout*, and broke seme of them into piece*, an.l hi ought away several specimens. The lounJation ol 'be cliffs on a level with low wtter, is, i observed, rid and green shale. The volume of wa ter pouring over the fallt, excavates such material with great laciiity to a great depth, far it i* not very hard until exposed to the air, although very compact. Goat Island I examined minutely, it hn* a depth of loore earth of about twelve leet, (average.) which ?up port* it* grove and vegetatien. Some of the tree* in thla grove are very largo The looae earth repoaea upon a limeetone rock, containing fossils of about two hundred feet in depth, and tbit limestone stiatum resta upon tha red and green sbalo I have mentioned. Home of this *hule haa little pebblet projecting irom ita upper surface, which marks ih? course of the ebbing tido or the retiring, turf, upon the surlace in which thete ara imbedded. The tame effect may be teen upon the tanda ol (lie btacli on the chores ol the Atlantic, at the tide ia lowering, or flowing on, in a breaking wave upon tha shoro, leaving the water to run back gradually to tha ocean at a lutser depth <han the projecting pebble, making a current on each side, with a rise between and behind the pebblet. An iton railing around tome portion* of the rcckaat the falla would be a good precaution, and the talety of visitors seems lo require tuch ajwort Accidents'.which happen at the fallt are long remember ed, and if numcrout. will producu an Impression which will lessen the number of vititori lo tbia wondrout work of nature. The lost of human life at tuch a place, haa astociationt which attach to the place and increase with years hs they travel on, and teem to mingle with human mind, whi n brought in contact.with the locality, with a mostimytlnrious force. There are oittimea emotions in the human breaat when viewing the locality of icenetlike thete which are unaccountably and unexplainable, yet tho remits are often visible Accidents seem sometimes to be contagious, and the mind becomes spell-bound when within their mytterioui influence. 1 once, in a forest, wutched for a few moment*, a itriped squirrel crawling slowly toward* tha open jaw* of a hi deous ratlbs sntike, which lay stretched acros* the road, in the path my hnrse wes travelling. A tecond thought inducpd me to cmtse idly gazing, and at once dismounting, 1 cut u long jhjIc, drove the reptile from tte path, and took the squirrel in my hand without its attempting to escape; but it died in a few minute*, although not within ten ieet of the serpent. Danger, sometimes, hat a charm which over-ttimulaUB the mind, and produce* mental intoxication, and it ia by no means a rare occurrence?the field ol battle? the bat tle thip?the duelitt?are all witnesses so strong in thia respect, os to leave no doubt of such an influence. A sod delusion ! Death is ill approached in such a path. A motto, true in all Its bearings? instructing in ail it* principles?that "Prudence i* the better part oi valor" ic often forgotten, or rarely heeded, when remembered. Island,?with its grove, and the reverberation of the thnnder of the cataract, and ita rainbow decorations, and the cbryn'al water* which surround it and break in pearly gems beneath its cliffs,?is a beauteous place for a Cemetery, and should bo devoted to such an nee. The water of the falls would loose none of ita solemn cadence ? the rainbows which hang above the brokr n waters none of their beauteous lints? nor the grove its loveliness, nor the. scenery it* sublimity and harmony,?by tuch an ac quisition; hut all would be increased in a two-told ratio. A tomb in such a spot would speak a language to the pam-r by that would muke an imprint upon memory'* tablet a? durable a* life. It would be in it* teaching a living preacher, speaking a universal dialect. DkoUWHt in Texas.?It in worthy of observation that, Ithe last three months, while the preeers ot thu Soul hern Btuti'K have been continually complaining ofexcesaivn rains, th? icaton in Texan hui been rather ilry than otherwise. Very little rain has fallen in Galvee ton during the time named ; and water lor cattle was be coming scarce until Wednesday last, upon which day and Thursday wo hud tine ahowira, replenishing tbe cistern* and the ponds which >upply lhre stock, nnd putting'the r;ir?h in tine condition for lull gardens. Krom every quarter we hear that cotton picking ia nrogressing rapidly, 'vith undiminished proapec.ts ol a good yield. Although Texas may not produce in all as much cotton as has been destroyed in tie United Slate*, the crop will be by no meana insignificant.? Gatnnton Civilian, Jiug 17. IltfM/rii or the SotTTH.?The health of Natchez, though UoU.illy Rood, nays the Courier ofTueadny, novwr w an butter than at the present time The Beaton's repcrta for ihe last month do oot number ten deaths. Tbe henlth of <>ieentliorough, Ala., ia said never to have been hotter nt this staaon ot the year than now. Of Montgo. mery the same is said. Nkw Kick.?The steamer Charleston, from Sa vannah, iirnved yesterday, brought to this market A4bbls. new Klce, 44 of which is Irom tbe plantation of Langdon Cheevea, Suvannah river. Tbe t>alanc? of 10 bt?l? i? consigned to E. W. Mathews. Tbe quality ot the al>ovn Kiceia said to be prime?Charlrtlon Pah to/, St pi. 1. TO BaBSOmAXTTS AND OTHKHS MJiKINU REMITTANCES TO KNULANO, SCOTLAND AND IHKLAND. DRAFTS KOH ANY AMDI'NT on nil the Brancbaa of llie PROVINCIAL HANK, IKKLAND, and THK NATIONAL BANK. S( OTLAnD, can lie obtained of RiCH?D BKLL, & WM. McLACHLAN, G ?nil 7 Dorr's Buildings, lluom St. Also, 111 I.I.S nn the BANK OK BRITISH NORTH AME ItIf A. LONDON, and its Branches in < anada, New Bruns wick, Nova Mentis irnd Newfoundland. jy14 Ztowlmjub BY, OROLH Of AARON VANDLRPOKL, Jastfee of tlie Supert Of Court, ol the t ity of New York. Notice in hereby una, pursuant to tlia provisions of the ?inline niiiliorizmir sttschatents .tit unit non resident debtors, th i so attachmentnss issued attains! the MM of CHARLKS NICHOLS, a resident of Ains'j idsm. in Holland, snd that the same will Ire sold It iIm- |<tyin* nt of bis iMiu, unless lie s|i|mi nnd disc harm such an sttachiaeat, according to Uw, within nine months from tin- llrsr publication of tins notice; and that the payment of am debts dne ti> him by residents of this State, and the delivery to bun or for his n?e, of any tiroi*rty within this State lielonifing to bun. snd the tianaler of any such pro |rit> liy bun. an forbidden b) law snd arc void. Dated the ?ih ilay ?'February. IH4. H'i STKRNl KDWARDH, mr3l ltnw!hn*ie Attorneys for Attarliini Creditor JET BUTTONS, CUT BUGLES. 1-/TC. T\A(iUKRRKOTYPK MATERIALS?Genuine Cologne J ' Wnfr?Am'" StoB^?Kwicy Ooodft. Itc?For ?*lt by . ki)w. flew, II snd 20 Liberty rtteet, upatairs, Homoiopslhji '.n ines imported to ordei. M ttfid*rc A i AhU.?Mr. .h"kuoi i? ji? resiecttully to mlorin ihe potilic slid his friends in general^ that lie has purchased * selection of tbe I est 0|wras now ptayiiiK in London and Paris, snd in i^ .iK returning to America immediately, in order to produce i|i. m. Mr. Seiinin is happy to say he has made arrangement* w iili Mr. Krsxer, a Tenor of tlie highest repute in Loudon, who v? ill sceniiiiuinv Mr. and Mrs. Hegnin to ilie I'uited Hutu. s4 3taw4w*r? "to DOCK BUILDERS. PROPOSALS, Seijndand fcodorseslwill be received at this officeuutil 1 o'clock P. M. FRIDAY, IJth Sepwnber eeit, for building * Cob Wharf, on tl?* Klsts opposite the Navy Yard, Tl'.. wVi.irf is to be 20 feet widf, snd 30 fret deep, and to be filled W I th Stoue. . The Proposals mint state the price per running loot, including materials of every description necessary to. W uned^snit inus name two snre?i'-? with references and rseiileiice. sa nonda wil lie entered into lor the faithful performsaee <? the contrMt. K or siiecil'icatioae of the work lo be done, ?i?s of the timlier, esmmiihtion of i lw kottom, ate., ate., application must be made t.. 1 VP AM, Navy Agent. Navv Aonet's prrica.j New York. A it* nil l?lh. UM4 f ?"* Hewtwte ril'HTMN MVI'KltlAI.S, TltlMMINtiS AND WIN Vj now Sll * DKS -Tlie subscribers be? to invite ths atlsn tion?Pstr^iii*eni to their Krv. stock of t 'pholstery tismds, just ?Still hi store, from which the* sre prvpsrvd to eiecute ..rders fnr WiuJow CjMUUis oT the newest designs and on ,,wrr tc.iM thon my otlK-r house in tbe city. Their stock will found to. onsist ..f.?lkj^ 2S& amasks, I u I cnrtiins, h rainiest \> in'Kiw ^ rivaius, J . m?s d"imasks TuiUev .ihI cottons, rich lece and muslin embroider ?| cnrtaiiis, Ralloons, glWPS, coitLjaascU. cornices, kf11^ ..UtH-r with Painted Window Shades, just impj'ijd Krance, of entire new i*ttarns and pronounced the most ms?ni flcent Shades ever use<f: as slso the various styles of nssntee Am" |C .1 l-'liaiies, varyitiR in price from et * pair upwar . SOLOMON k HART ? jr'lLk alt lmeod*rre 143 Broadway, oppositetare

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