Newspaper of The New York Herald, September 15, 1844, Page 1

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THE NEW Vol. X., No. S50?WltoU No. 3850. NEW YORK, YORK HERALD. Pric? Two Cants* THE NEW YORK HERALD. AGGREGATE CIRCULATION THIRTY-FIVE THOUSAND. THE GREATEST IN THE WORLD. To the Public. THE NKff YORK HERALD?Deily Newspaper?pub Uslu-d every lUy of the year eacept New Yeai's Day and Foarth of July. Price S cents per copy?or $7 26 per annum?postages paid?cash iu advance. THE WEEKLY HERALD?published every Saturday moiuing?price 6>4 cents par copy, or $3 IS par annum?post atjui iwid, caah in advauce. ADVERTISERS are in formed that the circulation of the Herald ia over THIRTY-FIVE THOUSAND, and increasing ftut It hat the largttt circulation qf any paper m this city, or thr world, and, it, thcreftri, the bctt channel far bumnctt nun in the city or country. Prices mode rat*?caah in advance. PR1NT1NU of all kinds esecuted at tha moat moderate prioe, ?nd m the most elegant atyle. JAMES GORDON BENNETT, PftOr*ICTOH or IU HlUU ESTABLISHMENT, Northwest eorner of Fultou and Nassau streets. FOR HALIFAX AND LIVERPOOL. The Royal Mail Steamships HIBERN1A . nd BRITANNIA, will leave Boston, lor the above ports, aa follows HIUEllNIA, A. Kyrie. Esq., Commander, Monday, Sep. 1#. IKvll' ANN I A, J Hewitt, Esq., " Tuesday. Oct. 1. Passage to Liverpool $ltt. Passage lo 11 ilifa* 30. Apply to D. BRIGHAM, Jr., Agent, s7rc J Wall street. FOR CHARLESfON, KEY WEST, HAVANA, AND NEW ORLEANS. To Sail oh Saturday, 12th October, at 4 o'clock, P. M. - - - The elegant well known favorite Steam'hip I NEW tORK.John T. Wright, Comman ider, will positively sail as above. This stea mer has been overhauled, and put in con ? plete order for the season, and no expense has been s|iarad to make her every way complete?has large aud airy s'ate-rooias, every way adapted for the comfort of passengers.? She rarries sufficient fuel from here for the voyage, and wilt not *top at the intermediate ports only to land ner passengers. For passsgs, apply to Capt. Wright on board at foot of 9tn sU, E K , near Dry Dock, or to A. HUBBARD It CO. S-12 I in " rrc 37 l'eck Slip. FUR ALBANY?HOUR CHANGED. The Steamboats KNICKERBOCKER and 'ROCHESTER will, on and after vonday jafu-rnoon, Sept. 16th, leave at 6 o'clock instead of 7, its heretofore. sll tfrc NEW YORK, ALBANY AND TUOY~8TEAMB6aT LINE. At. P9P ALBANY AND TROY.-Moraing kV?JT* Li"1* 'com the foot of Barclay street, lauding 3Ca^?CZ.at intermediate places. The Steamer EMPIRE, Captain 8. R. Roe, Monday, Wr.dnes day aiid Friday Morning at 7 o'clock. The Steamer TROY, Captain A. Gorham, Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday Morning, at 7 o'clock. BvcuiUfi Line from the foot 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. The iio?t* 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 in ample time to take the morning brain of can for the eaat or west. For passage or freight, apply on board, or at the offiees on the Wharva. ml7rrc Fare reduced. FOR CROTONVILLK, SING SING. TARRYTOWN, IRVING. W1LTSIE'S1}OCK.HA8TINOS ? AND YONKERS.?On and after Saturday. nf BT ?' August 3Ut, 1844, the new and substantial suwintioat WASHINGTON IRVING. Capt Hgram Tuthill, will leave the fool of Chamber street for the above places, daily at 3 I*. M.. Sunday excepted. Returning, will lea* Crotonville at and Sing Sing at 7 o'clock A. M7, landing at the foot of Hammond streft eaen way. For iMAsaire or freight, apply onboard, or to STEPHEN B. TOMPKINS. 192 Vvent street. s3rc fLe.A*AM I AOU CntAf r.ACt/?.0IUi\0. SUMMER ARRJINGEMEXT. NEW BRIGHTON, PORT RICHMOND. (BTATKN ISLAND,) AND NEW YORK KERRY. From Pier No. 1, North River, foot of Battery Place. , Art The Steamboat CINDERELLA, will ran as c; -3" .w, I to w?, Daily, from May SOth to Octo'oer 1st, r* i"-''' i?Leaver New York at 9 and U o'clock, A A1..-tsndl P.M. Leaves P> it 'l?:oiiond, at So minutes to 3, and 10 minutee to tU A. M ; It 1, i'i Ind t.'pi P. M. Leaves New rt.ightou a) 8 and 10 A. M.; at IX, S and Hi F. M. On Sub'lay?Leaves New York, at9 and 11 A. M.; at S, G and 8 1'. M. l.i .ve.i i'oit Richmond, at M minutes to 8 and I0 A.M; at 1, ? aud 7J* P. M. v. w.-fi, M?v n tfti4. mvll >m* rt. hvliv ua'IH, t>AiiDINrJH AlVO HAl,LOWhl.L. ^^.1 The new steamer PENOBSCOT, Captain L, - j}?N. Kimball, leaves tiie end of T wharf, Boston, " ?'-"V Tue day and Friday eveuiuus, at 7 o'ci Stages Will be in readiness on her arrival at the above plov*', to entire* i'i?*eiiifers to the neighboring towns. I- A LI. AND WINTER AH.RANOEMENT. NEWARK ND NEW YORE. F'lilE ONLY iaj CENTS. THE NEW AND SWIFT STEAMER RAINBOW, CAPTAIN JOHN C2AFFY. ON Hiid af ar ^epteiti1 or lUili will ran daily, u follow* (Hu-iday* included) Lm?? New mrk, f.ioioi' entre street, II o'clock A. M.? Leive New ? oik, foot of Barclay ilwt, 1 o'clock P. M. aj'i no PACKET FOR HAVKK (Second Liee).?The Sinn ST. NICHOLAS, John B Pell, Master, will _ ??ml 01. the 1st of October. light, or pois ae. apply lane. apply to BOVD 4 HINCKEN, No. 9 Tontine Building, Corner W ,11 a.,.I War nt+r $sit% FOR NEW OHLl'.AiNS.?Uihkct.?'1 lie steam thip ALABAMA, "(Ml tons burthen, Henry Wiudle, KmHl Ymmaiiib r, will sail for the above port on the Vh Uctoiwr Mlt, at ? o'clock. This spleudid and remarkably ?Uunch steamer has been thoroughly overhauled the present summer. newly copiwivd, and in furnislied with a powerful set of new lloilees, m ule ar the Novelty Works of this city. She is cttjecled to make the run to tlie II Uize with eua in sii days; and having handsome and comfortable accommodations, Tor both cabin and steerage nusengen, offers an unusually desirable conveyance to the travelling community. For light freight or Pd.ts.ige, apply to O. MERLE, si lo.Vi ? rc *66 Krout St. FOR NEW ORLEANS?Union Line.?Positively .the first reuular packet.?'The fast sailing packet thip .JOHN Ml N TURN, Capt. Stark master, will sail as above, liar regular day. Having very superior accommodations for cabin, second cabin and* steerage passengers, persous intending to embark should make immediate application on board at the foot of Wall street, or to JOSEPH McMURRAY, 100 Pine street, comer of Sonth st. ? The regular iiacket ship Union, J. B. Rattoone, master, will succeed the. John Minturn. slOm KIRS I' PACKET SHIP FOR LIVERPOOL. WrjttV'1 line Packet ship YORKSHIRE, Capt. Bailey, f 1 PsITm" a?il on Uih 161 li insL J las miI? ndid ship has unsurpassed aecommatirws for passeu ger. Apply to JOHN HERDMAK stlee 61 South street uCU ESTABLISHED PACKET OFFICE,61 NKrSV?oth 'treet?Passage to and from (heat Britain and A^Ulfa!r|'liin(l, via Liverpool. Passage can at all times lie eng , ,ni at the lowest rate*, to and from Liverpool, by the rrgu Ur packet ships sailing unuer tlie new arrangement every lew ?lays, and drift* can as UMial lie furnished for any amount, paya ble at tlie National ami Provincial Bank, Ireland, and their branches, and throughout tlie United Kingdom. as well as at all the principal banking institutions in England, Scotland and Wans, without discount or any other charges. Forfurther par ticulars, if by letter, post paid, apply to atec JO&N HERDMAN, ?l South it. EXCHANGE ON ENOLANI), IRELAND, SCOTLAND AND WALES'?The Subscriber has all times for sale Drafts, from ?1 to ?1000. payable Kingdom principal Bankmjj o^' N. B. Passage to and from Liverpool can be secured at the lowest rates by any of the line of packets sailing on the 1st. tth, liih. 16; h. 21st and 36th of each month, on application m above. fv<* ? e BLACK BALL OK OLU LINE OK LIVER POOL PACKETS?FOR LI VERPOOL?Ouly - . reenlur packet sailing on the 16th of September.?The new, magnificent and celebrated fast sailing packet ship YORK Ml IKK, of KM) tons hurtien, David (}. llailey, commaudr, will sail positively as above, her regular day. It i i scarcely nece sary to say, as it is so well known to the travelling public, that the accommodations of the Yorkshire are fitted oat in a most costly style. with every improvement and convenience, that cannot but add to the comfort of >hose em bsrki.g, and ma\ bejustly called a "floating palace." Cabin, ?econdcabin and steerage passengers visiting the old country, should call and see this splendid >|?'cimeu of naval architectnre, before eiigiging elsewhere, For terms of |*?sage and to secure the beat be thf, eirly application should be made on board, foot of Beekmui ?ir?et, or to the subscribers. ROCHE, BROTHERS ft. CO.. kl !rc 35 Fulton street, nett door to the Fulton Bang. FOR LON DON?Regular Packets of the 20ih Sept ?Tlie first class, fast sailing regular packet ship iOLADIATOR, Captain Tho*. Britton, will sail as bovf, ii^r regular day. Haviug v -ry *u|i*nor accommodations for cabin, second cabin and steerig* passenger*, (ersona intending to embark, should make imm-h tie application on board, footiof Vaiden lane,'or to JOSEPH Mc.Vll.KHAV, K)0 Pine street, corner of Sonth street. The above will lie sncceeded by the racket ship Switier land. Captain E. Knight, and will sail on 10th October, her r?g nltrdiy. s!8 rrc NEW LINE OF PACKETS fOH LIVEKt'OOL P > ket of 2lst Sept?The splendid and fsvoriw _i>irL..i ,hip ODEEN OF THE VVK.ST,(I2J0 tons Jurilie,.! ' *!'? P. Woodhonse.will sail oo Salnrday, Jlst Se|K., Vie ships .Ythis line being all 1000 tons and njmarda, persons about to embark for the old country, will not fail to see tlie advantages to be derived from selecting this line in pre forauce to any other, as their great capacity renders them every way moiv ' oim'oruble and convenient than shipe of asmallm rlasa, and tlieir accommodations for cabin, second cabin aud stnrage i mongers, it is well known are stipericw to those of any oilier line of (wickets. Persons wishing to securn berths should uoi fail to make early application on board, foot of Burling Slip, or to W. k J. T. TAP8COTT, At tlieir general Passage Office, 76 Sonth at. cor. Maiden sllii. Lane, up stain. FOR I.IVEKPOOL?The New Liw?Keg^Xi iflQIVPacket >1*1 September.?The sj'lendid, new, New n^rSr-. -' tetit packet ship QUEEN OF TlIE WEST, irapt.ii i I'hllip V. Hidhooae, ISM tons bnrthern, will sail sa aliove, ber regulsr day. For freight or pa*?a?e, having elegant and superior arcommo dstio'ia, n.nnri.isaed by any snip in port, apply on board, webt aide "urlhift Slip, or to WOODHULL It MINTURNS, ,t- ?7 Sonth street. Price of Psanire $100. The pa llet ship Rochester. Captain Ira Britton, master, M< tone btil t i. ii, will snciwJ tlie <4ueeu of the West, and sail oi> bsi ,fgul ir il.iy, 21 it October. an'tfrc Ft)R MADEIRA? ' o sail oa the 14th September - 'Passage only?Tlie line, coriwred and copiwr-fasuu ' oak Milt writ LONG IHI.AN1), Captain Thon. mi ted number of passengers to the above fslaod] being lilted up with every acrommotlaliiin, without regard li ? <irn<". aid having an ice-house on deck to carrji fresh provi "'TM " sion* for the voya^i. tor |? it-UQM OBBOl ?4t.oU*tc . Wall street, own Mi's. wrnniMit rvRBrfl to )SBOBN, a ft ft FEW ??WT\ HAVR^THcETS. Second Line?Tlie Shi pa of Hii? Line will liereal u r leave New York ou tlx 1*1, and Havre on th? 16th of each luouth, a* 1^1 lows, vix: ... Ftom Nryv York. hVom Havrr. New Shij) ONHUA, C 1st March, C 16tia April, Captain < l?t Inly, < Kith August, ... ? ~ . ..... . UI1C^i' l?l November, ( 10th December, Ship BALI IMORE, l 1st April, t 16th May, Cam mi J l?t August, < IGth September, w*r" '""ck, ( Ut IVce-mber, ( nth January, Ship UT1CA, i ut May, i Btli June, Curtain, { lit September, < Blh October, o ? .. Df.*""'( I" January ( )(">th February, New Ship St. NICHOLAS^ Ut June. i 10th July, Captain < Ut October, ^ 11th November, J. B. Bell, / Ut February, ( 16th March. .Tn* accommodations of thaw ships are not surtNuaed, com bining all tlial may lie required for comfort. The price of cabin passage II Slou. Passengers will be supplied with avary r?iui ?ite, with llw exception of wine* and linuors. Good* intended for these vessels will he forwardee by the ??b scribers, free from auy other than the expense* actually incurred M?a je^ec No. 9 Tontine Buildings, ror. Wall uml Water ?U. TO THE TRAVELLING fUbLlC. HjiSSEVGER JiRRJiN CEMENT FOR 1B4*. Tha Subscriber* having completed their arrangements, are now prepared to bring out paasouger* from Great Britain and Ireland by tha following first class Picket Ships, one ol which will leave Liverpool on the Ut, 6th, 11th, 16th, illat and 28th of each month :? Patrick Henry, New York, Sheridan, Virginia, Liverpool, Cambridge, Montezuma, Siddons, Geo. Washington, Hottinguer, Columbus, Uuited Slates, Ilosctus, Ashburton, Kugland, Eiyope, Stephen Whitney, Rochester, Independence, Yorkshire, Oarrick, 8kUniel Hicks, Queen of tlie West, Oxford. militates of pasiage can be obtained, and every information will de given to rho*e sending for their friends, ou application at either of our Office*. They will also be prepared, ou tha opening of navigation, to forward passengers and their luggage to Albany and 'lroy, and via Krie Canal to Buffalo, and all intermediate place*. To all port* of the Up|ier Lakes. Via Oswego to Toronto, 1'ort Hope, Coburg, Kingston, and all jiarts of Canada West. From Troy via Whitehall to Montreal and Quebec, Canada East via Ohio Canal from Cleveland to Portsmouth, Cincin nati and intermediate places. South West via Philadelphia to Pittsburg, Cincinnati Louis ville, and all paru on the Ohio River to St. Louis, Mo.; aud to all parts of Ohio, Michigan. Indiana, Illinois and Wisconsin Territory. REMITTANCES. fror tlie accommodation of iwrsous wishing to send money to their friend* in tlie Old Country. HAKNDEN k. CO. will Him drafts on any part of Knglaud, Scotland or Ireland, payable at light, for sums of ?1, ?5, ?20, to ?100?or in any amount to suit tlie purchaser. OFFICE8 AND AGENTS. Charles Craft, 120 State street, Boston. B. W. Wheeler, Union Building, Providence, R. 1. J. W. Mill*, 3 Wall street, and 16 Front street. New York. N. G. Howard, 43 South Third street, Philadelphia. Sand ford U Shoemaker, 7 Light street, Baltimore. Md., Pittsburgh, Pa. L. 8. Littlejohn, H Exchange, Albany, N. Y. 8. Clark, 1S9 River street, Troy, N. Y. . . Utica.N. Y. W. A. Cook, Syracnse, N. Y. Rochester, N. Y. W. 11. Cook, Buffalo. N. Y. II. Kitzhugh it Co., Oswego, N. Y. mifiec HARNDEN k CO. CENTRAL RAIL ROAD, FROiM SAVANNAH TO MACON, GEORGIA. THIS ROAD is in operation daily (Sundays excepted.) for Trans|>ortatiou of Passengers and Freight. New and comforta ble Passenger* Can have lieeu recently placed on the road, and the distance (190 miles.) u run from 6 A. M. to 6 P. M., with great regularity. The Company has also a number of Buultra Cars, and is prepared to carry with despatch, all goods and pro duce which may offer. Good* consigned to the ' ompany's Agent in Savannah, will be received and forwarded, free of com mission for forwarding, provided a sum in cash, sunicieut to pay ship and road freight and chirges is de|iosited with the Compa* uy on arrival of the goods. "ITie steamers GE V CLINCH and CHARLESTON, owned and coinmauded by Captains Brooks aud Barden, run between Charleston aud Savannah, iu connec tion with the Road. A Steamer leaves each city on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturday*, and the Line, it is expected, will soon run daily. Passengers travelling South will leave Charleston at 9 A. M.. immediately Liter tlie arrival of tlie Wilmington steam er?reach Savannah by 8 P.M. same d ly, and take tlie cars from Macon at 6 o'clook the following morning. By thin route there is le>s staying than on any other to Montgomery, and the fare is as low. E. i AFITTE, Agent for tlie Line iu Charleston. R. R. CuYLKK, President. THOMAS PURSE, General Superintendent. Savannah, Aug "it, 1844. *5 lrarc iM V Llioli TO ttUS'lUA, BY THE LONU ISLAND KAIL ROAD. A Daily Tr.iiu, Suud-ivs excel ted, le.tve? Brooklyn precissh at t o'clock, A. M. for t Jreenport, from wkence passengers arc caiveyrd in a fir?t-raU' Steamer to Stonington, on Mondays, Wednesdays <ud Fridays, and to Norwich on Tuesdays. Thurs days and Saturdajs. Passengers must be at tl* South Kerry, tool <>f Whitehall strum, in time to take thr Kerry Boat at 7k o'clock A. M., where tickets miy be procured and lucuatit! de posited iu cr It-'S, tint go through to Boston unopened. This Line sto|>s only twice In-tween Brooklyn ?uid Oreenporl, viz:?at "Farmmgdnle" 31, and ai the "Manor," 67 miles from Brooklyn, and generally reaching Boston in ten to eleven hours An Accommodation Line leAves for Ureeniwrt every day, Sundays excepted, at 3 o'clock P. M., and returning leave* Orwuport at i A. M. aiH TUB NKW LINE OK LIVERPOOL PACKETS. m To sail from New York on the 21st, and from Liverpool on the 8th of each mouth From New York. L'pool. N.w Ship LIVERPOOL. 1.50 ton,, jj^l \\ J^e I J. Kldridge. S Auu. 21 Oct. 6 R. Ship QUEEN OK THE WEST,({?"/ l\ 1250 tons P. Woodhooae. 'ijgjj *J Mar. 6 July t Nov. """?Ksms"-"?Bit m' H0TTi? ($f g { These substantial, fast (ailing, first class Ship*, all built in the city of New Vork, are commanded by men of eipariener and ability, and will be despatched punctually on the 21st of each month. Their Cabius are elegant and commodious, and an* famished with whatever can conduce to the ease and comfort of passen gers. Price of Passoge, f 100. Neither the Captains or owner* of theae Ships will be reapou ?ible for any parcels or packages srut by them, anlrai regula bill* of lading are signed ilietfror. For freight or p.tssage, apply to WOODHULL It MINTURNB, 87 South street. New York, or to F1ELDEN, BROTHERS, k CO.. jMN Liverpoo OLD LINE LIVERPOOL PACKETS. 4$ m. m m. ^TnJrOld Line ol' Packets for LiverpooHvill hereawHl^C snatched in the following order, excepting that when the sailing day I'aHs on Sunday, the ships will sail ou the succeeding day, via.From New York. from I*vn~pool. The CAMBRIDGE, iJune I July 16 {Oct. 1 ,( Feb. I itt)[tons, {Oct. I Nov. 16 W. C. Barstow,( Keb. 1 Mar. 16 The ENGLAND, V June 16 Dec. 1 730 ton*, < Oct. 16 Dec. 1 S. BartUtt, (Kelt. 16 April I Tho OXFORD, iJilr 1 Aug. 16 M0 tons, < Nov. 1 Dec. 16 J. Rathbone, t March I April 16 Tha MONTEZUMA, (Ju|y 16 Sept. l 1000 tons, { Nov. 16 Jan. I A. B. Lowber, ( March 16 May I The.EUROPE, I Aug. 1 Sej*. 16 61tt0U*. < Dec. 1 Jan. 14 E. O. Fnrfoer.f April 1 May 16 The-NEW YORK, (new,) {Aug. 1C Oct. 1 9J0 tons, < Dec. 16 Feb. I T. B. Cropper, ( April 16 June I The'COLUMBLS. i Sept. 1 On. l? 700 tons, < Jan. 1 Feb. 16 (J. A. Cole, (May I June 16 The'YORKSHIRE, (new,) i Sept. 16 Nov. 1 1030 tons, < Jan. 16 March 1 D. O. Bailey. ( May 16 July 1 These Ships are not surpassed in point of elegance or comfort in tlieir cabin accommodations, or in their fast sailing qualities by'any vessels in the trade. Tie* commanders are well known as men of characteifand experience, and the strictest attention will always be paid to promote the comfort and convenience of jiassengers. Punctuality, as regards the day of sailing, will be observed sa heretofore. The price of passage outward is now fixed at One Hundred Dollars, for which ample stores of every description, will t provided, with the exception of wines aud liquors, which wi be furnished by tlie Stewards, if teouiied. Neither the captain or owners of tliese Ship* will be respon sible for any letters, parcels, or packages sent by them unless regular bills of lading are signed themfor. Far freight or pas sage, apply to ft OOQDHUE It CO. 61 South street. C. H. MARSHALL. 3? Burling Sly), N. Y. j2?tf and of BAKING, BROTHERS fc CO., L'pool. ARRANGEMENTS FOR 184*. OLD ESTABLISHED PASSAGE OFFICE. 100 Pine sti?*t, comer of Sooth. M m THE Subscriber begs lenve to call the attention of his Iriends and tlie public in general, to the following arrangements for 1(44, for the purpose of bringing out Cabin, 2d Cabin, and Steer age Passenger*, by the Regular Line of Liverpool Packets, sail ing tlie 1st, 6th, i 1th, 16th. 21st and 26th of every month. By the London Packets to sail from New York, the 1st, 10th and 10th?and from London on the 7th, 17th and 27th of each month. out the year. For, tne accommodation of person* wi*hing to remit money to their Iamines or friend*, drafts are given, payable at sight, ou Ae follow ir families or friends, drafts are given, payabli Rowing Banks, vix.:? Provincial Bank of Ireland, payable at rrovinciaj iia?g 0( Ireland, pa Itfndonderry, WaUrfnrd, lligo, Vfexford, Belfast, Watirfoi Armagh, Athlon*, Colerniii, Banina, Tralee, Youglml, Enniskillen, Monaglian, Bsiubridge, Ballymeua, Pars??nsU)wn Downpatnck, < avan, Lurgan, Oin.igh, Dtiogannoo, Baudon, Enuis, lull y shannon, "itrafimie. Skilibereen, Mallow, Moneymoie, Ucotchill. Kiln^h, Dublin. Skibbn-ea. Scotland?The City Bank ofOlasgow. England-iw-swe. Spooner, At wood It Co., Bankers, London: P. W. Byrne* It Co., 16 Waterloo Road, Liverpool; payable in ?very town in Oreat Britain. For further information, (if hyletter post said,) apply to JOSEPH MoMtfRRAYV 100flni street, cirner of South street, New York, BYRNES fc.CO . M W,W^oo NEW LINK OK LIVERHOQL PACKETS. To Mil from New York ou ilie 2Cth wil Livvrpvul O llie 11th ofeach mouth. jggfc, Jgy i|& .^tffTvT NEW fTuu^" Sjijl1 ROSt 1US, Captain John Collins, 2t>ill July. Ship SI DDONs, Cai Uuu E. B. Colli, itiih August. S'up HftEftlDAN. Captain K. A. l)et*:>?ur, 2titii Sept. Ship GARR1CK. ('iiit imi B. I. II . Ti.nk, 2t>tli Oct. FROM LIVERPOOL. Ship 8HF.R1DAN, Captain A. Depeystet, 11th July. Ship uAKRICK, Captain B I. H Yrask, IUli Amuif. Ship HO SC. I US, Captain Ji.hu Collin*, 11th Sept. ?lnp S1DDONS, Captain K. B. Cobb, llili Oct. ,'tlSM ship* are all of the (list rims, upward* of 1000 tona, l? tit iu tin- city of New York. with >uch improvement* a* combine gnat s|>*?d with unusual comfort for pas-enters. Every cam lias Iwen taken in the arrangement ei tleir accom modation*. Tlie price of WWIIB Kim is SIUO, tor wloch am ple stores will be provided. _ These ships are commanded by exjwieuced masters, who will Inake every exertion to give ge llejyl satisfaction. Neillier tin* Captain* or owner* of tlie ships will be responsi ble for any l?-tt?-ri, parcels or package* seut by tliem, uuleaa re gular bills of laden are signed therefor. THSMUJMVH!!; S ?.?,h n.. r?h. of brown, Shipley it cb., Liverpool. Letters by tht Packet* will be charged I2>* cent* i?*r single liter, M cm tit |wr nonce, and newspaiiers 1 cent each. mire KOH LIVERPOOL?New Llm?Regular Packet of 26th Sept.?Tlie splendid fast sailing Packet Ship ?8HKRI DAN, Captain F. A. De Peyster, of 1100 ton*, rill *?il a* above, hex regular lay. Kor frei ?ht or passage, I laving accommodation* uuenualled for splendor or comfort, apply on board at Orleans wharf, foot ot Wall street, or to E. K. COLLINS It CO, M Booth street. Price of Passage, ?100. Shipper* by thi* line may rely npou baring their good* sor rectly measured, and that the snips of thi* line will sail punc tually a* advertised. The packet shin Uarrick, Capt. B. J. H. Triuk, will succeed the Hlieridan. and sail ??rli October, her regular dav. au28ec PASSAOK FOK NKW OKLEANS.-Packet of the lltli Sept.?Only regular line.?The splendid fast sailing packet GENESEE, Cape Min.it, will sail positively as above, liet regular day. Having splendid accommodation for cabin, second cabin, and steerage passengers. Kor pinsau'r, immediate application *hould be made on board at the foot of Wall street, or to W. k J. l' TAPSCOTT, s!3rc 76 South st. corner Maiden Lane. PAMNAUh KOH SAVANNAH?Pacgel of the I Itli September. The splendid, fast sailing packet brig K.XACI, Captain Paxtou.will sail positively as above lier regular day. She lias splendid accommodation* for cabin, second cabin and steerage passenger*. Those wishing to secure berths *hnuld not fail to make early application on board, foot of Maiden Lane, or to W. It J. T. TAPSCOTT, 76 South street, corner Maiden Laue. The packet brir Wilson Kuller will succeed the Exact, and ?ail on the liith September, her regularday. *l3rc KOR SALE?To Clow a Concern?The very fast .sailing, coppered. New Vork packet built ship .V AXtlf). li'HI tnin. rarri.s 2200 lial-s of New Orleans cottou?lias furnished accommodation* for 2K passengers. If not sold before, will positively be sold at Auction, by L. M. HOFFMAN i. CO., at the Merchants' Exchauge, at 1 P. M., Wednesday the Sitli^iustant. Apply on board, at Rutgers stm t ' " E. K. COLLINS h CO., Mi South street. PASSAGE FROM GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND BY THE BLACK BALL OR OLD LINK OK LIVERPOOL PACKETS. [Sailing from Liverpool uu the 7tli and 19th of every month.] Persons wishing to send to the Old Country for their frieud* can make the nece**ary arrangement* with the Subscriber*, and have them come mft in this superior Line nf Packet*, Sailing from Live^>ool punctually on tlie 7lh and 19th of every month. They will also have a first rate class of American trading ships, sailing every six days, thereby affording weekly communication from that |>ort. One of the firin, (Mr. James D. Roche,) is there, to see that they shall be forwarded with care and des patch. Should the parties agreed for, not come out, tlie money will be retuqted to those who paid it here, without any reduction. The Black Ball or Old Line of Livepool Packets, comprise the following magnificent Ships, viz.:? T>ie OXFORD. The NEW YORK. CAMBf&DUE, COLUMBUS. Europe, booth america, ENGLAND, NORTH AMERICA. With *uch superior and unequalled arrangement*, the Sub ?cribers confidently look forward for a c ontinuance of that sup port which has beeu extended to them to many years, for which they are grateful. Those proceeding, or remitting money to their relative*, can at all limes obtain Drafts at tight for any amount, drawn direct on llie Royal Bank of livland, Dublin, also, on Messrs. PRESCOT*T, GROTE, AMES k CO. Banker*, Loudon, which will be paiu on demand at any nf the Dark*, or their Brandies, in all tlie principal town* throughout Euglrnd, Ire land, Scotland and Wale*. ROCHE, BROTHERS 8i CO. 33 Kulton street. New York, next door to tlie Fulton Bauk. N. B.?The Old Line of Liver|>ool Packets v.,I iVi'i this port for Liverpool on tlie 1st aii'l I'Jib of each mouth. Parties return ing to the Old Country will liud it to their couifo.' '.'id ?Jva.i tntte to Select'this favorite Line for tlieir couveyance, in |irul'er ?nee to any other. Jet5 'jin ? rc r<HEAP PERKUMKRY AND KANCY SOAP WO P. Kb - JOHNSON k. VROOM, formerly ???mei of < eilar sno William streets, art- manufacturing and putting ut> for tb> trade, tlieir unqds in tn? w?<sl and mo?r iiTncnir st vies, nnf' le seil uiU at prices 20 per cent lower than can lie brought to l!us mar ket ; the extent of their manufacturing facilities enables them to sell for the smallest profit. Manufactory aud Sales Room, 79 Trinity Place, rear of tlie new Trinity Church. *ul7 I mend* m TK ESTHER COHEN, who former I- lived with Mr*. I Hughes, Imarding house keeper, Uniou street, Liv. r|>ool, left En*land about niue years ago to live in New, 4 ork, will writ^ to her father, No, H New Bailey street, Sal ford, Man Chester, in England, the will lu ar soim-thiiiK an ally to her ad vantaiic, or addre^t letter 9. S. this office, and state where slie may be spoken to- She can receive all information respecting the above advertisement. sll ?Ibth Sl2:id Jt*m A CARD.?Mr. Seguin begt respectfully to inform the public and hit friends in uenertl, tint lie hu purchited a telectiou of the. best 0|?ras now playing in Londou and Pari*, and in tends returning to Atn-rica immetliately, in order to produce them. Mt. Seguin is Iwtppy ts say he lias made arrangement* wills Mr. Kraxer, a Tenor of the highest refute in London, who will acconipiuv Mr. and Mrs. Seguin to tlie Uniiad States. s4ttswlw*re ClUHt AlN .MAXtUllALS, 1 ltl.MA.lMj3 AN U WIN ' DOW SHADES.?The subirribera lieg to invite the atten tidh of ctranger* to their large ttock of UpboUtery (ioods, just received in store, from which they are prepared tn execute orders for Bed and Window Curtains of the newest designs and ou lower terms than any other house in the citv. Their stock n ill he found to consist of tilk aud worsted de lames, tabouretts, damask^ Turkey red cottons, rich lace and muslin embroider ed curtains, galloons, gimps, cord, tassels, cornices, he. fee., together with Painted Window Shades, just imported from France," of entire new pattern* and pronounced the most mag ni ficent Shades ever used ; a? also the various styles of pawled American Shades, varying in price from tl a pair upwards. SOLOMON k HART, Upholsterers, a21 lmeodarrc 143 Broadway, opi>osite the Park. TODMIORAlfTS AND OTHERS MJiKINU HEM1TTJINCES TO ENGLAND, SCOTLAND AND IRELAND. DRAFTS KOR ANY AMOUNT on all the Branches of the PROVINCIAL BANK, IRELAND, and THE NATIONAL BANK, SCOTLAND, can be obtained of RICH'D BELL, It WM. McLACHLAN, 6 and 7 Dorr's Buildings, Hanover tt. Alto, BILLS on the BANK OK BRITISH NORTH AME RICA. LON DON, and its Branches in Canada, New Bruus wick, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland. jv24 !taw3mjgb PRESENTS. OTRANGKRS visiting tliecity will find at eur establishment k-' Nos. KM and 2HM Broadway, beyond comparison the most elegant and eitensive wholemle and retail assortment of FANCY ARTICLES FOR PRESENTS, on this side the Atlantic, which we take pleasure in showing, and engage to aril at priori u low (saying the Inut) u those of anv oliwr house. Our present stock of Fancy Stationery. llmbrrllas, Parasols, and Sun Shades, Gloves, HiduiK Wliijw, Fans, Card Case* ana 'l'alilru. Desks, Drmini Cima and l>sncy Bum, rniw, Per fumery, Fancy Porcelain and Glaa*, Gilt, Buwl and Mourning Jewelry, and indeed of every tiling we are accustomed to im port is a* complete amiperfect aa can be desired. A fall catalogue haa just been published. and may be had on application. TIFFANY, YOUNG k ELLIS. au29 lmeodrc FANCY GOODS. WEPELKS k MEYER, 103 William St., importers of ? reticb. German and Kng.'ish Fancy (?oods, have just re ceived and oner for sale on reasonable terms, a choice assort ment of Buttons of all kinds; Segar and other fancy Cases; Muuff Boies: Fancy ( ombs:Suspenders; Satchella' Purses, etc., etc.; Steel I ens: Razors: Scissors; Accordions; H-umonicus, l,?ad Pencils; Rulers; Writing, Toilette Desks, lie.; anew style of Lanterns, and toys; all sorts of Perfumery. We particularly rwcommend a fery fine assortment of Wosl leu and Silk Embroideries, and all kinds of Upholsterer's arti cles. au 19 eodlm'm

TO BUTCHERS A FIRST RATE CHANCE, one of the best meat and ponl try markets in this city, with slaughter house complete and neir at hand, now nffrrrd for sale for cash?the business done to average of three cattle and twenty-fire small creature* |ier vseek. Any per* in in want of a bargain, may apply at Abingdon Meat Market. Abingdon square, cor. of Troy and 8th avenue. P. S.?There are many advantages in this, which will be stated when au interview nmv In- had. sll Iw'n. OKN'l'LEMhN'? LKK1' OFF WAKUKUHfc, T<HE HIUHKST PRICKS can be obtained by Gentlemen A or Families who are desirous of converting their laft off wearing apparel into caah. Families or Oentleinen quitting the city or chan(,ing resi dence, baring any superfluous effect* to dispose of, will find it much to their advantage to sen'1 for the Subscriber, who will Uteud at theu residence by *,peiaja,fl^y,NgjyN 4M Broadway,'ap stairs. A line throngh the Post Office, or otherwise, will receiv* prompt attention. *1 l?*e? BM AHNHILL* INDELIBLE INK.-Thesnpenon'v of this Marking Ink is now very generally arknowlwltrd by the druggists and consumers of tlie article in Philadelphia?a lar^e ?umber of whom hare already tested it, aa may be seen by their adveituemeuts, *nd hare pronounced it sni?rior to any other indeliHe ink whether of domestic or lorsign make. The whole proceaa of marking may be completed in three Minutes, even at midnight, ifdesirable. It is called Baruhill a Indelible Ink, after the Chrittian name of one of onr firm, who invenred it. Manufactured and for sale t, POTTS, LINN k HARRIS, Wholesale Druggists. No. 2I3M Market street, Philadelphia. (Prom the Uiited States Gazette, of March 11th.) Nr>r i.im.r. 1st-Measrs. Potts, Linn It Harris. No. 313)f Varkwt street, abore 5th, manufacture and hare for sale among article* in their line of business, aa druggiaU, an admirable Ink, truly indelible. It wiil, by it* beauty and the simplicity of its use, commend itself to the regard of those who like to seta mirk upon their apparrl, and would like that mark neat and plain. (Fmm the Kditort of the North American, nf March lft?h.) lincMKLg Ink.?We hare tried some of Barnliill'a Indelible Ilk ; and cheerfully ircommend it t? all those wishing to tiiars i?.i linen or cotton. It ruua freely and requires no previous ore nsration. It is for sal* by Messrs. Potts, Linn k ilarri*, No. 111% Masket street. (Cory of an advfftitement of Ajiril 19th.) Baunhill's ltnKi.mi.K Iisg.?Just leceired, a supply of this celebrated Ink, and having tested it thoroughly, am prepared to warrant it equal, if not superior, to any made in the United Sis tea or of the imported. Also? Drugs, Medicine*, Paints, Acid*, Dye Sauffs, Tar nishes, lie., he., which will be sold on the most raaonable terms, by ALKXANtJKK HARPER, Wholesale Druggist, Market st., above 13th. Jel In'tt WM ST. GEORGE HOTEL. ?I 1JKOADWAY. NEW YORK.. rP lit subscriber begs le-tve (u announce to his Irien<i? and the J- public generally, ami especially te llie former paUons of the Waverly House, while lie ?as iu proprietor, that ho has pur* chased ilw lease of Hm above establishment 1'ui a term "I >?ar?, and that (Im house if now opened for the receptou of company. Tlie home was newly tilled up anil refurnished last winter, and ? ill compare favorably with the beat houses in Broadwuy, having mad* ariangemenls with the present owuer of tlw proper ty to enlarge, improve olid beautify tile establishment to * greal elle-lt. I ihe alterations and improvement* to take place during the dull seaso'i of the yew.) He tlalUis himself th.it wlwiu the cuntemi'l itdl improvements jhull have been completed, that tlu. hotel will poutu advantage* rarvl) 10 be met with, and it will then astuine at least the >auie rank and ooiitiou thai it for merly did while kuown v? Mm. Mann's, anu moie recently at ihn Globe Hotel. The hotel will becouductnd upon the Ame rican plan of keeping hotel*. Breakfast from 7 o'clock till 12. Dwuer at I and J o'clock, Tea from 6 to 12 at liight. 8upp?r 9 till 12 o clock. Charge* for board pur day, tingle gentlemen one dollar and Bit) cents. I. idles' ri'otiu two dollars each person. ror the liberal and distinguished patronat-e bestowed the pro aunt season u|iou tlie Hamilton llou>e at the Narrow*, L. I., the subscriber tender* hia grateful acknowledgments. all lwlik ALONZO REED. BOARDING. A GENTLEMAN AND LADY, and onesingl t geuilenian, or three gentlemen, can he accommodated wilh pletuul rooms new I y furnished, at No. 3 Woosier street. al'4 3tia*rc Board-transient oirpEUMANEN fTMAy bk had by Applying at 51 Greenwich at. Pleasant rooms, lur n i slied Of uniuraUM. With rail or partial board. The house is delightfully situated, and cannot fail to pleaae. Transient hoard, $1 |>er day. all) lin'm TUUHNK ? AlKiN JEWKLLbRS.?Wauled, several good J Journeymen Jewellers, to whom cons ant employment and good wages will be given. Address JOHN H. SWEE1", Boston. al2?t*rc Elk S. 8. ROCKWELL, have removed tlieir Watch and ? Jewelry Establishment. from No. 9 Aator House to No 113 liroadway, a few doora south of Canal slieel. Watclws of every description can-fully repaired, by skilful and ?xpi-rieuced woi Uineu. si J 3t*rR ?pO~ QUmToUN I'RYMEN?Remittances in small or large >L sums made to all parts of Knrope, on a nu which will entirely prevent the loss or ilelay of ilie same. Kor particulars, *pply l" C. LIVINGSTON, Koreiuu Agency, ' se!2 rre 2 Wall street. 1 CHEAP CASH TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT, 304 PEARL STREET, BETWEEN BEEKMAN STREET AND PECK SLIP. rPHE SUBSCRIBER, one of iIm pioneers of the cash system, A metre. to Keep it before the nublic that he couliuues to man ufacture every kind of Civi( ana Military clothing, of the ftia-at materials, iu the most superior style, at lower price* by twenty 6?? |>erc*ntthan Any other house charges for the same quality nt garments. Witneaa the following list of prices - West superliue wool black Dress Coat $14 to (20 fanta or faucy and iilaiu black Caasimerr.. 5 to U VmU of all lunda, Silk, Satiu, Cassiinere... 2% to i Gentlemen who enpply their own cloth can have them made in ihr best style at the following prices Dress Coat* from $T to 9* Pauts from I SO to 2 Vests " 1 30 to 2 al3 I in * in JOHN MOKKAT NuTKJE TO THH PIJHLIC COWAN Ik DILK'S, .PHfENIX HORSE BAZAAR.?COWAN (It tflLKS, lake this oD portuiiily of informing tlie public in general, as well who have so liberally patronized their extensive establishment, thai in future their public sales of Horsn and Carriages will, by tlie desire of their customer*, take place on every Wednesday. coiiuai'iiciug from Wednesday neit, I8t.li September, throughout the jear, at 11 o'clock, as usual, loi Carriages, Harness, Sleighs, tic., and at 12 o'clock for tlie cata logue of Horses. lit 7trc 1kr> f.Y? x. eil KOR SALE?A splendid, young, full-blooded sor Ikp* Horse, for saddle ouly, having never been in hur ?perfectly gentle, good action, and of a remark able api?..irauce, with uo defects, IS hands higli. Tlie owner leaving for Euron*, has no furllier use for hiin. To be seen at J. GALLAGHER'S Stable, S? Trinity Place. s9 lw*rc CORNS, BUNIONS AND BAD NAILS CURED. JLITTLEF1ELD, CmnoropuT, takes this method to in ? forta citizens and straugors visiting New York, tlut he still continues Ills successful treatment ou Coma, Bullions, Club and Inverted Nails, at the Merchants' Exchange Bathing Rooms, 41 William street, three doors below Wall street, and at his resi dence, 471 Bowery, one door below 10th street. All orders punctually attended to, in any part of the city, without extra cliaige. Office hours from 9 A. M. to i o'clock P. M. At home morn ing and evening. sll linwod'ec TO THE DAGUURR1AN ARTISTS. TA. ARTAULT, 149 Broadway, corner of Liberty street, ? Lafayette Bazaar, offers sale, low for cash, HO dozen mo rocco cases; a line lot of gilt frames; 6 new apparatus, made by Chevalier and Lrreboun, iu Paris' 12 achromatic glasses, 3>* indies; a lot of platea. chemicals, tic. set lin*rc SOAPS AND PERFUMERY. TOHNSON Ik V ROOM, lata Johnson & Co., of Cedar street, w Manufacture for 4 iroCers, Druggists, Country Storekeepers, Darhers ai.d IY<llur?, every (.eacription of Kaucy Soapa, of tlie l?*t (juaii'.v, and at iLe lowest possible prices. K ,|e? IL.om, at llie Maiinfactory,79 Trinity riace.i" the n-ar of Triwity Cllerck. sll lm*ic FRENCH ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS, FEATHEKS, HEAD ORNAMENTS, iic , &c LOWITZ k Bl-.Ckhlt, No It John stnvt, will Ojmi this iliv. an entirely freth stock of Krenuli ArUlicial I"lowera, Keuhers, iic., just received by the last i>ickeu from Havre. The above stock was selected iu I'urii. by C. K. Becker, late sales man with Bruu It Co., of William street sll lin'ec HALLOCK'S CASTOR OIL CANDY. TS now highly approved of, M the '>e?t uiode of administering 1 valuable inedecine to children?being so pleasant lo th* taate they will readilye.it whatever iiiiria ihwi. Ii miy be u*ed for all purpose* that the Mrnple Oil it w extensively recom mended. Common cold*. all kinds of cousin, bowl oom plaiuta, Ice.; operating mildly, healing diseased part*, and allay ing irritation. Manufactured oy A. C. IlALLOCK, at 176 Spring *treet, a.id neatly put up, (protected from the air aud Jimimess, aim warrintea to keep in iny climate,) ill package* it I2}i cents each, with full direction* for use. Hee lh.it the Pro prietor'* own name u written on the engraved wrapper. Sold by inu?t Druggists iu cities, and general store* through out the country. >11 lin'rc PIANO FORTES.?JOHN PtTHICK, (formerly Mundy Si I'ethirk,) informs thow wantnut good Piano Forte*. that he has at his Old Establishment, 204 Bleecker corner of Han cock street, a choice assortment of Piano Fortes from six to saveu octaves, which for external finish or internal qualities are second to none *i<ide in this country or in Earopa. Old Piano'* taken in exchange at their utmost value. Piauos tuned and r*|wired. The Knickeihoclwr line of stages (|iaas the door every three minute* in the day. sift Im*rrc TO RESTORE AND MAKE THE HUMAN HAIK A SPLENDID NATURAL ORNAMENT. TO BEAUTIFY, DRESS. CLEAN AND FORCE ITS GROWTH, FOR THE LOW PRICE OF THREE SHILLINGS. READER ! weaell three shilling bottles, that you may know this is not one of the hair humbugs of the day at SI. We ex|>ect vou to buy it more than once, a* we warrant it to (masses the following qualities :?It will force the hair to yrow on any |>art where nature intended hair to gsuw, stop it falling off, cure Scurf or Dandrnff, and make light, ml or grey hair grow dark. For dressing the hair soil and silky, nothing exceeds this. It is inderd, the most economical, yel superior, article made for the hair. It is chea|>er than the trash called hair uils, and it will keep the liair in order with on* application twice as long as any other article made. Sold ?price 3, 4 or 8 shillings a bottle?at the sign of the Ame rican Esgle, 82 Chatham street, New York; IM Fulton street, Brooklyn; 8 State street. Boston; 3 Ledger Building*. Philadel phia; and Pease, Broadway, Albany. *10 Im'm A STRANGE. BLESSED. ASTOUNDING AND J SUPERNATURAli I nvention, TO CLEAR SUNBURNT, DISCOLORED AND YEL LOW, FRECKLED. PIMPLED OR DISFIGURED SKIN. MANY?Ay, there are many who have been cheated with trash, and therefore think the powers of the genuine Jones's Soap are ex aggerated; let such give ita fair trial. It indeed the most singularly wonderful curative prepartlon ever made, in all skin diseases. In fact, it seldom or urver fails in curing Pimple*, Dlotche*. Freckles, Tan, Morphew, Sdlt Klieurn, Scurvy, Eiysimlaa. Barber's Itch, Ringworm, Old Sore*, and Sore Heads. But mind, it is Jonas' Soap has done, and still affects these cures. Get it no where else in this city?or you will he swindled with a counterfeit?but at the sign of the Ameri can Eagle, 82 Chatham street, and 322 Broadway, N. |,| in Boston, at Redding'*, 8 Stale street; Zeiber, 3 Ledger Buildings, Philadelphia; 139 Fulton street, Brooklyn, and Pease, Broadway, Albany. slO Im'm TO THOSE WITHOUT CHILDREN. A PROCREATIVE EL1XIR C ORDIAL rPHE greatest disci,very n medical science is that ef M. M. I Desomeaux, of Paris. He lias e?tir^y exploded the gene rally received opinion of the existence of incurable sterility or barrenness, (except indeed in case* of malformation, whiarare ejtrrrnely rare.) The invariable and universal success ?f n.s Hi?ir Cordial, in every instance, of producing that stale of health which results in the wife becoming blessed as s mother, who for years pined iu chlldlea* loneljnss, has fully established the fact, that wlv,t ia usually trnned l*rm??i is curable by the use of the ProcreMivr Elixir Cordial. It is infalllable in seminal weakness, tlunr alhus. debility, incontinence and the various train of complaints arising from excess, illness, or im prudeuce. It* great aWd invariable success is iu recommenda tion The fame of this wonderful Elixir Cordial ia well esta blished. A sale of more than fifty thousand bottles and pack Bs is sufficient evidence of its excellence and the estimation which it is held. It is pleasaut and agreeable to the taste. The undersigned is the only authorised agent ra ttua country Price S2 a bottle For the convenience of ihoee residing out of the city the in gredients composing ihe Elixir Cordial are put up in p ckages for transmission by mail, with full direction for preparing. Price of package ti, making three bottle*. All letters must be postpaid, and directed to Dr. r. MELVEAU, box ?4. N. York city. Office 12? Liberty st N. B.?Ladies calling for th* "Elixir" will he waited on by a lady in attendance. *13 iin'ec TO CALICO PRINTERS fORSALE-THE RAHWAY PRINT WORKS. THE OWNER wishing to retire from business, offers for sale his Print Work*, which are now in operation, and have oeen put in complrte repair within th* last nine months. The work* are calculated to print 3 to 4000 piece* per week. Two third* 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 in printing. Application to be made to . PHILIP TRUSSLER, anIH llawlrn'rc Rahwav. New Jeraer. ' Tmk INVISIBLE WIG. SO chsely reaembles the real head of hair that seaptiea and connoi**euni have nrononnced it the moat r?Hefl? and extra ordinary invention of the day. The great advantage of .hit aovel and unique wig is ita being mad* without sewing or weaving, which causes lis appearaoena so closely to resemble the natural hair, both in lightness and natural appaauanrr, aa to defy detection, it* text in* bemj so beautiful, so porooa and to free, that in all case* of perapiration evaporation is unim|" ili d uid the gre.it evil* of other wigs entirely avoided The ?cepfic tad connoisseur are alika invited to inspect this novel and lieau ?iful Wig, and the pecnliar method of fitting the head, at the -nanufacturer%, A. C. Barry, 146 Broadway, corner of Libert? rtreel. iip ?tairs- *12 ltn*ec PACKET ship GARRICK from LivarpopJ?CouiiBnan* will I'leaae have their permits on board, at Or Man* wnanj foot of Wall street, immediately. All good* no' permitted in 3 days must unavoidably he sent to public More. alleti vJHIP YAZOO FROM LIVERPOOL-Consignws by this iJ vessel, will please seuu iheir permit* oil board, st Rutger. styeet wharf. All goods not permitted in fiv* days must unavoidably b* sw to dia public store . ksl3ec . Kingston, Cunnila. [Curr?|>onilriice of the Herald.} Kingston, Canaua West, Sept. 7, 1S44 Ftr mutton of the Mew Miniitry, u-itli a biographical tkchh of the Membert?Sundry rr/lectioni on the expediency of the Governor'* choice, wuh a ftw conjectureI in relation to the Juture, and a word or two on bartering electoral rightt-k parting? Agriculture?tin Timtt and Seatcru?Putt office Alntses James Gordon Bennett? The most gratilying news that 1 have to announce this week is the form ttion of a Minis try by the Governor General. Tne official Gazette, containing the appointments,reached ihi* place y? s terday. Of the individuals who compose the coun cil, I will endeavor to give you an impartial,though feeble and imperfect bketch. The council, as at present constituted, consists of Messrs. Duly, Pro vincial Secretary ; Viger, President ol the Coun cil ; Draper, Attorney General, West; Smith, do., East; Morris, Receiver General; and Papineau, Commissioner of Crown Lands. The first two gentlemen have held their respective offices lor some time,?the former under every successive ad ministration since the time ol Lord Sydenham. He is considered a shallow and brainless fop by those who know him beet, and his inconsistency is a by-word in the Province. Mr. Viger in an old and feeble man, though possessing the most indom itable spirit, utid, although lie has never exhibited any extraordinary talent, exercises considerable influence over his countrymen, to whom he is en deared by his consistency and patriotism. He was imprisoned in Montreal eighteen months on a charge of being concerned in the late rebellion, i but was never brought to trial The Attorney Gen- ' eral lor Upper Canada, Mr. Draper, you already know by reputation to be the best lawyer in the Province?un accomplished orator, and, what is rather uncommon among our public men, a con sistent politician. He was first appointed to office, I believe, by Sir Francis Head, and served during the succesMve administrations of Sir George Ar thur, Lord Durham and Lord Sydenham. At the time the French were about coming into power, Mr. D. who, more consistent than most of his col leagues, would not consent to retain office with Messrs. Baldwin and Lufontaine, resigned, and re turned to the practice of his profession, in which he has been most successful. As an orator he han but few equals on the continent, and his business habits and gentlemanly manners will make him u valuabls leader to the new Ministry. He has. however, always identified himself with the high tory party, and will, on this account, meet with but little favor from the people. The Attorney General for Eastern Canada, Mr. Smith, is but little known in public life?indeed, 1 have nev er heard hw name mentioned until lutely. lie is said to be a good lawyer, however, which will be; no small recommendation for the import ant office which he now holds ; but lawyers don't always make good stuteemeri, and in this young and consequently poor country, the fewer we have of them the better. The Receiver General, Mr. Morris, is an old and well-tried servant of the peo ple. He {represented the county of Leeds, in the Legislative Assembly, for a number of yeais, until he was called to the Legislative Council, an honor which he accepted with no little reluctance. Lay ing aside politics, Mr. Morris is esteemed and re spected by every individual who knows his private worth and independent character. Of the new eommiHS'onerfl of crown lards, I know but little.? The visitor to the Houne of Assembly during the last session, could not have failed to notice, seated on one of the front benches, a mild and unassuming looking individual, whose long, black hair, lalm* down on his shoulders, the prutnirent cheek bone, and the general contour < f iii? !ea. t ?*, at once reminded you of u.r in.mu.e ol eieuch i*u.i lu h. i? ?flood, m- cor;ui..?n j;i Cmiac,!, f i.ij ct-naiii ly i?o obsem r c .ui J etect in thm li^ti-s- and ap athetic countenance t,ny ti.i ? i. die.iin-g a tact ?>r talent for bunnies* enj hi,.,j a..d he is ine ia*: individual whom 1 woui.j *u,jpo?> cjpui<!e oi iuIHii tt.g tile arduous dutito < ob." cu d v<i(lihis d?pait ment. Tins gentleman i.? -i bio.hi t to the iriuater | spirit in the hite Lower Canada rebellion, mid, l b- Iieve, a cousin to Messrs. v igvr uu.i Lafoniame. 1 suspect the rame of P.ipini'.tu i?> ol more import anee to the government, at the present moment than the capacity or worm ol the individual. The* object is to divide the French party, in which case the succees <f the Governor J-'ener.il is certain, und I have every reai'on u> be lieve that agoodly nunirti r of the Lower Canadians are already in fivor of his policy. It is eaitl that | Loum Joseph Fapineau is on hit way outlrom Par is, and that he has declared thai his couiiirymen nave already obtained all that he ever contended tor. Should this rumor prove correct, the inlliienci ol Litontaine is at an end, as the French party will, to a man, unite under iheir old leader. The Council is not yet complete?two Solicitors Gen ?.n Inspector General bem* required to h i the hat. Some of the Provincial paper* think that His Excellency intends to disia-nse with the Soiicitors, but this is doubtful. Wnh !k8?L- I? thn I,,pP.ect<"' Generalship, it is sa d mat tin hxcelleney is waiting for the return from England of a Mr. Atcheson, who, f-hould he sue ceed in obtaining the office, will, in :ttl probability ia Kca!.m "ie Assembly foi this town.' I don t think he will succeed in this object, as the iHVf" jarnt a lesson of the benefits to be derived from having an officer of the Government to represent them. Lord Sydenham H?rri'lln ^ l a 8eat ^or h'8 nominee, Mr Harrison, and as the seat of Government question t?"un? .T ' "P0Sed ?'?the Kood.naturVd'inhHb, tanta of Kingston were most happy to do the amni on'. ^r ri ri8?n rctu?-nt',J. and in return the sent of Government is now firmly fixed in ng?hts " f?r bart,innK y?ur electoral whatltl!eH!v,miT.8,rhtiM,n a8 * wholr'-1 hardlv kno" what to say. The high lory views ot Mr. Draper the people will not at all like, and the re-appom of cl ,w11 ,Fren,chma"to th" office of Comm. Jione, ot Grown Lands, is in exceeding bad taste, a* thev are universally opposed to emigration, and bavins no Crown Lands in LowcCanada, they know hm little ot the duties required in the department She only appointment that will give universal sa'tislac lion is that of Receiver General. When the Ml. mstiy is completed, I will again revert to the sub Th,-Kingston races came ofl on Wednesday and r'mreday? Ijut and were a miserable affair alto gether. Kingston has always been the wont place in the province lor these sports, und if thev are n?.i hetter got up they may as wel, abandon "hem The only good race that 1 saw was that between Hit-or-Miss and Grace Darling, the latter rode by the celebrated Gilpwrick, but not with his usual good fortune. You will find the account of the racea in our papers, if you take any intereat ,n such things, at so great a distance. Hie weather Is now beautifully clear and plea sant, with,warm days and frosty nights Tl -'crm in the western part of the province have b-en set an(T'InHerhh'leCf?" ? the backward season and miserable formers of Lower Canada have leii hi hi P5rt ? 'ij.1; Province H fortnight or tliree week. behind us. The consequence is, that th? r < r.??^ 'nre n0t yet hr!in ?U KOt80(1 Wh,U 1,8s bt" ? ?e- 1 cured is in a bad "lute. I he potato crop, on which ! the poor principally depend lor support during out long and severe wintvr, will, I M,tTy to ?y prove very deficient. During the last three week* I an immense quantity ol rain has fallen, which combined wan the unsually wet previous season' has rotted the tropin the ground. This is not con- I lined to Lower Canada alone; this vicinity, and indeed, all over the Province, the aame complaints are prevalent. This causes the more d.eui.,.oint ment, as the early part of the summer whs everv thing that the farmer would desire, and gave pro mise of a most abundant harvest. Our town ? very dull just now; the theatre closed last night, and 1 suppose that is the end ot our amusements for this year. Business is not verv ?risk, and the demand for goods seem to be on the decline, but this uonly temporary The produce of the west continues to arrive in large quantities, and in the forwarding trade there will be no lack ot employment until the dose ot navigation. 1 Travelling seems to be on the decrease thouah . great many Strang. r? are still to he * ec on the ar rival and departure of the ho,us. The Hno/d, and, in fac , all th- New York i.s i*-rs. come very irregulmlj. Scmetimea vw YL ' . < rifim\rn u .. -eive thre p..,er, at a lline, conae,mrn!u have to remain ihr^r dayn wi-hom them. I theri no possibility ?.f ha.itrg out at wliut ..tace o . th. route they are dftrtinvdt Yours, ever trti'y, H ^ PosrvusTRR AnREvr?D - Mr U ncock P. ?t Tl oni!liilVron ih H"nd?r??n county, Ky, was arrests Irmft ?ff V Mt' rl'*rg'"l *??!? st .tr^t.ug ? Irattofjwio from a letter whirl, | ihrouch his of L t Pr>T"1 th,t hM r'e? iitert .he ,tr.n st U? for it "W*,I 'lf,Wn ,ud ,ht mci.ry Washington. (Correspondence ui the Herald.) Washington, Sept. 13,1844. Friknd Bknnktt:? Tlie President's wife left yesterday morning at (i o'clock, in company with the Secretary ol War and wife. She will remain absent some weeks. The celebrated Dr. E. S. Davis, from Memphis, Tenn., lclt in the same truiu. The Doctor is but little known at the North, but is very well known here, an well as in all ihe other Southern States ? He is a gentleman ol the old school, and is a strong advocate ol the llera!d. His visit North is to have an interview with Mr. Webster, who is a personal friend ol his. The lots <>i his society is much felt here, i<art.culariy at l'rown'e hotel, where he has been sojournnig for eon; months. I hear the name ol the Governor of Coney Island often spoken of here, and the question al most daily asked by his friritds, tegmenta ol this city, (New Yorker*,) When lie expectx again to visit us. From me many enquiries made 1 should sup pose that he was euher a very tine fellow, or his friends were expecting with him a Iresh supply of brandies and wines, as 1 am informed that he is a dealer in tlu se articles. Do, for ihe sake of the "lipids" in tins city, bend him ou w lth a large sup ply, as I am lutormrU by those who consider ihem h? iven judges, that there ib not any at present iu the city lii tor use. Your old Iriend, Col. McOennis, ol Missouri, who has be< u confined in the city prisou as a lunatic, wax released )e?ierday. lie was a dele gate to the Van liuren Convention lrom his State, und was put iu prison shortly alter. He has, since his incarceration, cut the end ol his nose ctl, which has ditfigured him very much. He leaves lor Malumore to have a suigical operation performed, by addiug apiece lrom his arm, to-morrow. The great Choctaw contract was signed yester day by the Secreiaiy ol War. They get $20 each lor removal, and 0 cents and 4 mills .a ration lor one year, It was given to Un William Costf John son party, and is said to be one worth, to the con tractor, one bundled thousand dollars. A chief cleik m one ol the Departments was at tacked with k Kt 11 apoplexy lo-day. The cilice seekers, 1 should jud^e irom their appearancc, were anxious lor him to die. Truly yours. Y. White Sulphur Nprlug|( [Correspondence of tho Herald ] WHiTHStH-PHtfR Springs, Va., Aug. 31.1844. 'Ihe Scenery, Society and Salubrity of the If hit* Sulphur tprinqt?Amuteminlt, Refinement and Beauty -Autho, i tea Quoted 'I hen on?A Glance at Pot it ia, Lnd a Gaze at the Alpxne Lunduupe 'logethtr with a Slight Ccntj at iton betxeten Saratoga and the White Sulphur Springe. Dkaii Sir:? Presuming that you might feel some iittle inter eat in hearing from this delightlul and truly fash ionable place of rtsort, I droji you a line or two only, at tiiia time, mertiy to give some general idea of the county ji,d im visitors, as 1 will be more in detuil at another time. This watering place ia but cne ol many of equal celebrity, situa ted in the Alleghany Mount <tiha of Virgiuia, about 220 nules irom Richmond. They ure easily acces aable by good roads, regular s luges, and when you get here, every thing combines not only to restore health to the invalid, bat to render life joyous* merry and happy, 'liie mountain scenery is grand and picturesque in the extreme; the atmosphere healthy and bracing, and the beauty and elegance of the South and North, concentrate at that spring, bringing together the entire elite ol American so ciety. There ia the White, the Blue, ilia Sweet, the Salt, the Red, th* IK.r, i.nd Warm Springs! minerala pos-etKirg pov-etful curative properties lorthe sick, and biiunii d within a circumference, the diameter of which ia i.bout 30 or 40 milts, so that the variety of visiting any or all ol them in a short time by easy ndt ts, enhances the pleasure of the trip. The fare is uiiaurpaased, and various modes of amusement duiing the day are uflorded, while at nighf, the ball room ia not only filled with the "concord of sweet sounds." but with sweet voices, beauteous faces, and lovely, enchanting lotmst ller,. I |,ud the Boston, the New York, 'he Philadelphia, and Baltimore belles, and hun dreds ol the sunny faces of tlie South, all dressed no iti smiles and graces of the most atiractive and fasciiiatitig description The opulent Boston mer chant, the wealthy Wall ureet broker, the sub stantial Southern | lanti-r, and the profound, intel ligent statesman, are nil here in social compact ? Weil imxht Captain Mariyat nay of this place, in htsdiary, thu! ti you want to see American aristoc racy, at lie termed it, but what we rail wealth, tush ion, and good breeding, you can see it here. Lord Morpeth thought so, too, nnd the French minister and suite, now at the Sw? *i Springs, is ad ding his testimony to the univi rsai sentiment. A yreai many distinguished personages are here, but I have not room to go into detail Suffice ittosay, that while politics, as if -Jways will in ihts coun 'tv, occupies no iticc.ibiderab'e portion of the con versation of * I class* s, acJ I'olh. ,.nd Dallas, who, it skeins, are likely to en ahead m the South, sre frequently Inward in the til,courts of ihe men, yet great harmony and n uch good humor and socia bility prevail throughout Yen must visit this Al pine region, il spared, w ii;ol? I hope y(,u may be lor the sake of ihe Herald, il nothing else, the neit j'e.iaon, and bring as ninny with you of the love Iter sex as possible, i.et us hnve ihe pleasute of **ztng -next summer, in the Isnguageof Cooke's rlMaod And new to Hippocrene retnrf the fair, Or, OJrriiU', to thy (erred ipnng repair. Here they can fly from spring to spring, like the uny butterfly from flower to flower, dipping ihe cooling, healthful bevsrrge?it.baliiig the bracing atmosphere?rolling with perfect safety o'er the "dty lulls, and enjoying the magnificent scenery, the festivities and pleaturrs which sre suie lo bi realised. Saratoga may he the lion of ihe springs, ?tnd now the ascendant star?hilt without feeling at all jealous of her prominent position, yet she can never lower the lowering crests ol the Vir ginia springs, perched as they are, on her majestic hills, easily accessable, and alwsys fully realising the wudfbi mitinpations of the man of pj^oriirc or the unhappy invalid. But I must close. The Herald, I perceive ia much spoken of and esgerly caught nt bv all who can get hold of it lis varied sod useful information on all subjects, certainly render it a most desirable journal to all and eveiy >?rtion of 'he reading community. It ought, and I trust, will prosp* r. Viator i ^ Haix.?A gentleman of tins city who delights in the rare sport of angling, and has spent b goon part of the summer at Shant/.'s Hotel McCoomb's f)aii), fi'huig with varied succesa for bass; and blue day before yesterday, (Thurs day) struck one ol the monsters of the deep that sometime a vieit that wcimiy. On the first pull he thought that he had struck bottom, but his reel soon began to wins ami Ins line to run with great ratudi <y. Finding nearly all his line, 300 feet, run out he took u,. his anchor-stone, and away went the boat down the river about ? mile; he then managed so as to make alack and up the river they went again and down and up a*ain for two hours and a half until finally his majesty was got into shallow wat. r ?ud a se,/.ute made under the g,||,, but he slipped Krasp and made a sudden lurch,faking rod and line, I .""".p, on the grass about twenty yari'j !...? . j j rhr. ?"rt'len.a?, whee is a mus< ular nan,succeeded with some difficulty in getting Mm r to the boat, when he proved lo be a Drum of the taiges! sue, end on weighing at ?!??? hotel weighed ? little over than 70 pounds This is believed to tie the largest fi*h ?v? r taken with a rod and reel. I he hooks were ordinary ba>s hooks, with a yard leader on double si*k worm gut, purchssed at Rrowri's a few days since in Fulion street, nesr our office. A fish of the same kind was taken last swnmer in the Kills, by Mr Michaels, weighing over 40 lbs , and one by Mr Keese a lew years ago weighing over AO lb.< ; but ibis caps the climax,and Mr. R. deserves a gre?r deal of credit for his perse verance in this exfrsordinsrv feat. IIokrin?jc Arraia.?We understand that a diffi cult;- nrn*e be'ween two no n, named Reuben Har < son an t Kenb?-n lle??s, on Tneaday averting |??t near Cluck'" Aliiia, at'Sut kevsb mil** ?bovt tliit place wl,n l, -w.ultc.liii the l?;imer Milking the latter npon the besd ? lthU.eerfg-01 an nse. *hichhe had on hia nhoulder. h. ret.; ii.flicOng an *v fnl, anrt it is Nll.vetl fatal wonnd tiiskjng k.i or.hen in the .kuil tour or five Inch.. l?rs, itiil' *Uuici?nt Jy (o n consider a bit* uDintity of trains(osKSpe Iteeie wn alive Ihe nest day, perfectly nhu ?en?t?, sri'lahle to *peak, but it Is eoaaLersd nest a an in.potsiiiility lor bun to recover. He haa a wile m<J (our or (he amall children damson was Immediate i> arie?t?d mil c<moniit?<t to prUon to nw.ol loa ttial in November nsat.-VrtnmM., s c M?mt*n*?r, 9*pi t.

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