Newspaper of The New York Herald, September 29, 1844, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated September 29, 1844 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK HER A ED. Vol. X., No. MOtt?WtaoU Wo. 3800. NEW YORK, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 29, 1844 Prtc? Two Cwata* THE NEW YORK HERALD. AGGREGATE CIRCULATION THIRTY-FIVE THOUSAND. THE GREATEST IN THE WORLD? To tli? Public. THJC NEW YORK HIlRALD?Daily Newspaper-rob lislied every day of the year except New Yen's Day and Fourth of July. Price 2 cents per copy?or $7 26 per annua?postage* paid?cash in advance THE WEEKLY HERALD?published every Saturday morniug?price 6% cents per copy, or $] 11 per annum?|H?t agei> puid, cash in advance. ADVERTISERS are informed tiiat the circulation of the Herald is over THIRTY-FIVE THOUSAND, and increasing fast It has the largest circulation of Any paper in (At* city, or the world, and, is, therefore, the beet channel for bumnrts men in the city or country. Trices moderate?cash in advance. PRINTING of all kinds executed at the most moderate price, and in the most elegant style. JAMES GORDON BENNETT. PaoraiEToa or thi Herald Establishment, Northwest eorner of Kulton and Nassau streets. NEW LINE OK LIVERHOOL PACKETS. To sail from New York on the 26tli and Liveri>ool C'"u|he llth of each month. vokkT . .?... NEW TOkkT ,-?_JIUS, (Captain Jolui Collins, 2Cth July. Ship aJpDpNS, Captain E. B. Cobb, 26th August. Slop SHERI DAN, Captain K. A. De|?evster, 26th Sept Ship GARR1CK, Captain B. I. )1., 2btli Oct. FROM LIVERPOOL. Ship SHERIDAN, Captain A. Depeysler, llth July. Ship GARRICK, Captain B. I. H Trask, llth August. Ship ROSC(US, Captain John Collins, llth Sept. Ship SIDDONS, Captain E. B. Cobb, llth Oct. These slnps are all of the first class, upwards of 1000 tons, bi iit iu the city of New York, with such improvements as combine great sjieed with unusual comfort for passengers. Every care has beeu taken ill the arrangement of their accom modations. The price of passage hence is $100, for which am ple stores w ill be provided. These ships'are commanded by esuerieuctui masters, who will make every exertion to give ge nejal satisfaction. Neither the Captains or owners of the shirts will be responsi ble for any letters, parcels or packages sent oy tliem, unless re gular bills of laden are signed therefor. For freight or Pysage apply to E. K. COLLINS It CO.. X South street. New York, or to BROWN, SHIPLEY Ik CO., Liven>ool. Letters by the Packets will be charged 12)f cents per single etter, SO cents per ounce, and n?wspa|wrs 1 cent each. m2rc JiHRJlNOEMENTS FOR 1844. OLD ESTABLISHED PASSAGE OFFICE. 100 Pine street, comer of South. m m TI1K Subscriber begs leave to call the atteution of his friends and the public in general, to the following arrangements for 1#44. for the purpose of bringing out Cabin, 2d Cabin, and Stew age Passengers, liy the Regular Line of Liverpool Packets, sail ing lite 1st, 6th, llth, 16th. 21st and 26th of every month. By the Loudon Packets to sail from New York, the 1st, 10th and EOth?and from Loudon on the 7th, 17th and 27tli of each month. In connection with the above, and for the purpose of affording still greater facilities to passengers, the Subscriber has establish sd a regular line of first class New York built, coppered and coppered fastened ships, to sail punctually every week through out tile accommodation of persons wishing to remit money to their families or friends, droits are given, payable at sight, on the following Banks, vix.:? Provincial Bank of Ireland, payable at Cork, Limerick, Clonmel, Londonderry, Sligo, Wexford, Belfast, Waterfonl, GaTway, Armagh, Athlone. Colerain, Ballina, Tralee, Youghal, Knniskillen, Monaghan, Bambridge, Ballymena, Parsnnstown Downpatrick, Cavan, Lurgan, Oinagh, Duugnunon, Bandon, Ennis, Ballyshannon, Stinhuic. Skibbereen, Mallow, Moneymore, Cootchill, Kilrush, Dublin. 8kibbreen. Scotland?The City Bank of Glasgow. England? iwessrs. Siyoner, At wood Ik Co., Baukers, London; T. W. Byrnes It Co., 30 Waterloo Road, Liverpool; payable i: every town in Great Britain. For further information, (if by letter post said,) apply to J08EPH McML'RRAY, 100 Pine street, corner of South street. New York, Or Messrs. P W. BYUNKS Ik CO.. 3R Waterloo Road. THE NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL fACKETS. m. m m. ^ To sail from New Yerk on the 21st, and from.Livar)iool on the 6th of each month;? ? ? . ,, , From New York Vpool. New Ship LIVERPOOL. 1130 tons, *} 5^e ? J. Eldridge. )Alig. 21 Au^. 21 Oct 6 N. Ship QUEEN OF THE WEST, Uu/ l\ Sift S lttO tons P. Woodhouse. *&? \{ ftjjf. ? NewShip ROCHESTER,ISO\\ jg^\ JohuUntton. SOct'r 21 Dec'r 6 Ship HOTTINGUEK, ,050 tons.fehll May 6 IraBursley. ^ Nov Ju*y 6 These substantial, fast sailing, first class Ships, all built in the city of New York, are commanded by iiieu of experience and ability, and will be despatched punctually on the 21st of each mo'.iMi. Thnr Cabins arc elecant and commodioo", and are fun ished wit!, whatever coil conduce to the ease and comiari of paxsen gers. Price ol Passage, $100. Neither the Captains or owners of these Ship* will be respon sible for any parcels or packages sent by thein, unless regular bills of lading are signed therefor. For freight or passage, apply to WOODHULL It MINTURNS, 87 South street, New York, or to FIELDEN, BROTHERS, It CO., jl< ee Ltverimn PASSAGE FROM GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND m m m m U J THE iJI.ACiT BALL Ok OLD LINE 6* LIVERPOOL PACKETS. [Sailing from Liverpool oil the 7th and 19th of every month.] Persons wishing to send to the Old Country for their friends csn mike the necessary arrangements with tlie Subscribers, and have them come out in this superior Line ef Packets, Sailing froin Liteqxinl punctually on the 7th and 19th of every month. Tli*)' will also have a first rate class of American trading ships, sailing every six days, thereby affordiug weekly communication fiom that |?<rt. One of tlie firm, (Mr. Jaines D. Roche,} is titer*, to see that they shall be forwarded with care and des patch. Should the parties agreed for, not come out, the money will be returned to those who paid it here, without any reduction. Tlw Black Ball or Old Line of Livepool Packets, compri: the following inagmficwt Ships, vix.:? ru OXFORD. The NEW YORK. CAMBMDOE, COLUMBUS. EUROPE, SOUTH AMERICA, ENGLAND, NORTH AMERICA. With such superior and uneqnalled arrangements, the Sub scribers confidently look forward for a continuance of that sup port which hss beeu extended t? the in so many years, for which they are grateful. Those proceeding, or remitting money to their relatives, can at all times obtain Drafts at sight for any amount, drawn direct on the Royal Bank of Ireland, Dublin, also, on Messrs. PRESCOIT, GROTE, AMES h CO. Bankers, London, which will be paid on demand at any of tlie Banks, or their Branches, iu all the principal towns throughout Eogiaud, Ire land, Scotland and Wales. ROCHE, BKOTHERS It CO. IS Fulton street. New York, next door to the Fulton Bank. N. B.?The Old Line of Liveri>ool Packets sail from this port for Liverpool on tlie 1st and 19th ef each month. Parlies return ing to the Old Couutry will lind it to their comfort and advan tage to select this favorite Line for their conveyance, iu prefer ence to any other. I?IA Strt*rc OLD LINE LIVERPOOL PACKETS. mmmm i Hi'. Old Line of rackets for Liverpool will liereafler be de sp ached in tlie following order, excepting that when tlie sailing day tails on Sunday, tlxs ships will sail ou the succeeding day, X!.1- vT......... AVom New york. from Uverpool. The CAMBR1 DOE, (June 1 July 1ft *iO tons, < Oct. 1 Nov. IS W. C. Barstow,( Feb. i Mar. 16 The ENGLAND, tJuue 16 Dec. I 7? tous, < Oct. 16 Dee. 1 S. Bartlett, < Feb. 16 April I IV OXFORD, I July 1 Aug. 16 SOU tons, < Nov. I Dec. 16 J llathbone, (March I April 16 Tlie MONTEZUMA, (July 16 sipt. 1 1000 tons, < Nov. 16 Jan. I A. B. Lowber,( March It May I TlieELROPK, (Aug. I Sept. 16 618 tons. < Dec. 1 Jan. 16 E. G. Furber.r April 1 Miy It The'NKW YORK, (new,) i Aug. 1# Oct. 1 'JM tons, I Dec. It Feb. I T. B. Cropper, ( April It Juue 1 The COLUMBUS, t Sept. I Oct. It 700 tons, I Jan. 1 Feb. It G. A. Cole, t May 1 June It IV YORKSHIRE, (new,) J Sept. It Nov. I IBM tons, < Jan. It March 1 . D. <1. B?iley.( May 16 July I I l;e?<> Ships are not surpassed in tKiint of eleganoe or comfort in tli'ir rabii. sccotnrniHlations, or in their fast sailing qualities by iu)r vessels in the trnde. I he commanders arv well known as ineti of chtracter'iMid evp re nee, and rti- strictest attention will always be paid to pr ?mote the comfort and convenience of passengers Punctuality, as regards lite day of sailing, will be observed as htreioloie. The pill* of passage outward is now Axed st One Hundred Dollirs, for w hich ample stores of every description, will I* mr.yitl- t). with tlw exception of wines and liquors, which wil bv 11?by thf Stewarai, iiirrioirpd. iNVirli^r th* captain or owner* of Stop* will br m*pon> sible for any letti-rs, parcels, or packages sent by iliem unless n zular liills ol lading are signed therefor. F*r freight or pas sage, apply to GOODHUE It CCk M South street. C. II. MARSHALL, 18 Burling Slip, N. Y. inrf ?id ..f BAIIING. BnOTIIKRS ?c CO.. L'pool m jm m m FEwToIuHt HAVkJ^TkETS. New Shij' ONRIDA, t 1st March, ( 16th April, Captain < 1st July, < 16th Ai|gust, t^cond Line?i be Shi|>s of this Line will hereafter leave New York on the 1st, and Havre ou tlie 16th of each month, u fol lows, viz ; From New York. From Havre. " ' \ a ltimorV! unckl/ ,l.,t,amb"' ml ST1"1 Cajitain < 1st August, < 16th September, ^.dward runck,( 1st December, M6th January, I ShipUTICA, C 1st May, (KthJune, Captain, < 1st September, { Kth October, | I redertrk llewitt, ( 1st January ( |(,t!i February. ' New Ship St. Nl< IIOLASi 1st June. ? istli July, i Captain < 1st Octotier. ] |Rth November, ! J. B. Bell.r 1st February, f loth March. I 1 lie accommodations ol tliese slui* are not surpassed, rom ? billing all ill it may be required for comfort. Tlie price of cabin pus Ige is $100. Passengers f iII be supplied with every requi site, with tlie exception of wines snd liOWOr*. (ioods intemled lor tliese > ease Is will be foiwardeabf the sub senbrra, I'ref from any other than the expenses actually iucuned on Uwm. For freight "r passage, sai l' to jeU ee No. > TodJm VVoll ater ,tt (1L.II I'.STABLIBtlMJ tMIUIUU* l_TA?SAUK UKHI K ilk iik iifc, HERUMAN, 61 ?oum street. New York. i The *ubscriber continues ro make arrangement* to brill* oot rn .... from Oraat Briuin aud Ireland, (via Liverpool), who may b? engaged at this office, or with any of his miuli iu the United Stale*, ou board the packet ship* tailing from Liver pool eveiy five days?and in order to afford every facility. It* will have despatched superior American ships in New York and Boston, every week. during the yaur. Those sending for their friends may rely that the same due and dilitfeut attention will be jIwjwii them as I Heretofore, and should any of those sunt for not embark, the money will be refunded, as cuntomary; and those remitting money to their friends, can haft Drafts and Bills of Exchange for sums to suit, payable on de mand at the following banks, (without discount or any otlier ClKr5ci'LANlj ?Messrs. J. Bolt, Sou ik. Co., Bankers. Loudon: J. Barued &. Co., Liverpool; the National Provincial Baukoi England aud Brauches, throughout England and Wales; i ork* ?hire District Bank aud Brandies; Birmingham BaukiugCo.; Lancaster Banking Co. ? , , ? . IRELAND?National Bank of Ireland and Branches, and Provincial Bank of Ireland and Branches, in all the principal towns throughout the Kingdom. ^ . SCOTLAND?Eastern Bank of Scotland and Branches Greenock Baukiug Co. iu Glasgow aud.Greenock. Persons residing iu the country and wishing to send money to their friends, mav insure its being done satisfactorily, on their remitting the amount they wish sent, with the name and address of the i**r?ou for whom it is intended; a draft for the amount will then be forwarded per first packet or itoamer, and a receipt for the same relumed by mail. For further particulars, appl &RU Jl Xn , M^uth s 16 ec Couv*)ed iu a firsurate Steamer to Btouington, on >ioiiaa>s Wednesdays and Fridays, and to Norwich on I ueadays. ?nurs days aim Saturdays. Passengers must he at the South rerr foot Whitehall street, in time to take the Ferry Boat at 7V TO THE TRAVELLING PUBLIC. Sfo iBBik P.1SSESQEU ARRANGEMENT FOR 1S44. The Subscriber* having completed their arrangements, are now prepared to bring out passenger* from Oreal BriUiu aud Ireland by the following first class Packet Ship*, one of whiah will leave Liverpool on lite 1st, 6th, 11th, 16th, 21st aid 211th of Patrick Henry, New York, Sheridan, Virginia, Liverpool, Cambridge, Montezuma, Siddons, ifeo. Washington, Hottingner, Columbu*, United State*, Roacius, Ashburtou, England, Eoro|ie, Stephen Whitney, Rochester, Independence, Yorkshire, Uamck, Saimiel llicks, Quern of tlie We*t, Oyford. _ Certificate* of passage can be obtained, aim every information will de given to thoae sending for their friend*, on application at either of our Office*. .... They will also be prepared, on the oi>ening of navigation, to forward passeugers aud iheir luggage to Albany and 1 roy, ana via Erie Caual to Buffalo, and all lub-rmediate place*. To all ports of the Upper Lake*. Via Oswego to Toronto, Port Hope, Coburg, Kingston, and all parts of Cauada West. . , ? , ,, . From Troy via Whitehall to Montreal and Quebec, Canada East via Ohio Canal from Cleveland to Portsmouth, Cincin nati and intermediate place*. . ... South West via Philadelphia to Pittsburg, Cincinnati, Louis ville, and all part* on the Ohio Rivet to St. Louis, Mo.; and to all parts of Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois and Wisconsin Territory. REMITTANCES. For the accommodation of person* wishing to send money to their friend* in the Old Couutry, HARNTJIi-N Hi CO. will give draft* on any part of England, Scotland or Ireland, i>ayal,.e at sight, for sum* of ? 1, ?5, ?20, to ?100?or in any amount to suit the purcliaser. _ OFFICES AND AGENTS. Charle* Craft, 120 State street, Boston. B. W. Wheeler, Union Building, Providence, R. I. J. W. Mills, 3 Wall street, and 16 Front street. New Toik. N. O. Howard, 43 South Third street, Philadelphia. Sandford & Shoemaker, 7 Light street, Baltimore. M(l., Pittsburgh, Pa. L. 8. Littlejnhn, H Exchange, Albany, N. Y. S. Clark, lis River street, Troy, N. Y. Utica, N. Y. W.'A. Cook, Syractue, N. Y. W. H.Cook,t<toN*Y' H^txhugh ?tC?" dswego, N. fc ro CENTRAL KAIL ROAD, FROM SAVANNAH TO MACON, GEORGIA. THIS ROAD is in operatiou daily (Sunday* eiwpted.) for Transportation of Passengers aud Freight. New and comforta ble PasteuueM 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 teas also a numlier of Burthen Cars, and i* prepared to carry wftk despatch, all good, aud pro duce which may offer, doods consigned to the < ompany's Agent in Savannah, will be received and foi warded .free of com mission for forwarding, provided a sum in cash, sufficient to pay ?hip and road freight and clnrg?s is depoiited With the Compa ny on arrival of the good*. Tne steamer* (JEN. CLINCH and CHARLESTON, owned and commanded by Captain. Brook* and Barden, run between Charleaton aud Savannah, in counee tion with the Road. A Steamer leaves each city on Tuesday*, Thursdays and Saturdays, aud the Line, it i*ex|iected, will soon run daily. Passeugers travelling South will leave Charleston at 9 A. >1.. immediately after theairival of the Wilmington (learn er? reach Savannah by g P.M. same dty, and lake the cars from Macon at 6 o'clook the following morning. By tlii* route time i* Ins* (laving lhau on any otlier to Montgomery, and tlie fare I* as low. E. r.AFITTE, Ageut for the Line iu Charleston. R. R. CUVLER, Prendeut. THOMAS PURSE, Ueueral Superiutendeiit. Savannah, Augn*t, 1844. lmrc DAY LLyE TO HUftTOA, BY THF. LONO ISLAND RAIL ROAD. A Daily Train, Sunday* excepted. leave* Brooklyn precisely It H o'clock. A. M. for (ireenport, from whence pa**enger* are couve>e,l i'j a first-rate Steamer to Stonington, on Mondays, ? i Thur* _ o'clock A. M., w here tickets may be iirocured and luggage de posited iu crates, that go through to Boston unowned. Thi* Line slops only twice between Brooklyu and Ureenport, fix:-?at "Karmingdale" 31, and at the "Manor," 67 miles from Brooklyn, and generally reaching Boston in ten to eleveu hours. An Accommodation Line leave* for CJn?m>#rt every day, Sunday* excepted, at I o'clock P. M., and returning leave* Oreeuport at S A. M. au28 linrc STATEN ISLAND FERRY. 'FOOT OF WHITEHALL." The Boat* will run a* follow* on and aftei Sept. 30. LEAVE NEW YORK: w I, and 10, A. M.; 12*. 2% and .% P. M. P. S ?All good* must be particularly marked, and are at the risk of the owners thereof. ?24 FALL ANU WliNTfcK AKItANtiEMENT. NEWARK iND NEW YORK. FARE ONLY I!ii ?;ENTS. THE NEW AND SWIFT STEAMER RAINBOW, ? CAPTAIN JOHN OAFFY. ON aud af'er September 10th will run daily, !T3?a* follows (Sunday* included)l^eave New 3K^aJK?3E_ark, foot of Ccutre street, t o'clock A. M.? Leave New kork, foot of Barclay street, 3 o'clock P. M. <l?4 rw PEOPLE'S LINE OF bLtm.iUliuA.1 A FOR ALBANY. .MM DAILY, Sunday* eicepted?Through direct, - P. M., from he Steamboat 1'ier between S^S^HtCourtlandt and Liberty *treet*. '1'he Sieambost KNICKERBOCKER, C.ptam A. P. Si. John, Monday, Wedne*day and Friday Evening* at #. The Sieamboai ROCHES'l ER. CapWiu A. Houghton, on Tats day, Thursday aud Saturday Eveuings, at 6. At Five o'clock, P. M.?Landing at InlerinediaU! Plutts '1'he Steamboat COLUMBIA, Captain William H. leek, Monday, Wednesday, and frriaay and Sunday Afternoons, *tThe<Steamboat NORTH AMKRICA, Captain R. O Crut t-ndeu, Tuesday, Thursday aud Saturday Afternoons, at 5 0 I'.awnger* taking either of the above line* will arrive in Albany in ample time to take the Morning 1 nun ol Car* lor the ea*l or weal. The boat* are new and ?uo*untial, are lur aiihed with new and elegaut slate rooms, and for siwed and ac commodation*, are unrivalled on the Hudson. All person* are forbid trusting any of the SteamboaU or thi* line, without a written order from the Caplaiu. , For passage or freight, apply on board, or to I acnuitr, at the Office ou the wliarl _ ..I HOUR CHANGED TO SIX O'CLOCK, P. M.?On and after Monday, Sept. 16th, IM4, the Night Line to ALBA.Ny AND ' Will change the hour of departure from 7 lo fi o clock. 1 . .M., and will land at Poughkeepsie during the great I1 air and < -attle Show. Fare 76 cent*only to Poughkeepsie. TWe Steamer SWALLOW, Capt. A. McLean, Monday |6tI , and Wedue*day, lith. Tlie steamer ALB AN V, Capuin R. B. Maty, Tuesday. 17th, Thursday, 19th, at 6 o'clock, from Cort la'vforniaj'^ine^ at^7 o'clock, from Barclay *treet pier, the TRO V ^ ? |a-ajr ghow, Tue*day, 17th, Wednesday, llth, and Thursday, 19th. will reduce tlie fare to 7i cents to and from Poughkeepsie and New York. sl2 FOR ALBANY-HOUR CHANGED. The Steamboat* KNICKERBOCKER ni'.d ?KO?. HESTER will, on and alter \oi.?lay ^ll'lcrnoou, Sept. 16th, leave at 6 o clock in*te?d 04 7, as iierelolore. 1(1 "rc PLEASANT AND CHEAP EXCUKSIONS. SUMMER AHIU1NHEMENT. NEW BHIOHTON, POUT HICHMONID (8TATEN ISLAND,) AND NEW VORK KERKY. Krom Pier No. 1, North River, foot of Battery I lace. Mm. The'Steamboat CINDER>.LLA !?- >lf? ?? TTbCM" " "i D*''V. fr'"n May 20th U> Jjltew* .)" I#11 Leave* New Yorg at 9 and 11 ortott, Aui'veV Port Ricnmond, at 20 minute* to S, and 10 minute* to "uJJi1 Sew^r?hto? al l^'and 10 A. M.; at IX. 1 and 7* r Ou Snuday?Leave* New York, at 9 and 11 A. M.; at 3, 6 and I P M leaves Port Richmond, at JO minnte* to i aud 10 A.M, "^"vo^Ma^.lMt. myII 6m*rc NEW VOHK, ALBA N V ANU TRO* ST K. AM BO AT K?R ALBANY AND TROY.-Morning ? Line from tlie fo.,1 of Barclay street, laudiug E^IjfiE3Elat intermediate places. ?? St^oner f.MPIKE, CapUm S R. Roe, Monday, Wedne*. day and Friday Mohhiik at 7 o'clock. ,p. Tlie Steauvr Tiuiv^ Captaiu A. (iorham, lu^sday, 1 hnrs day and Saturday Morniug, at 7 o'clock. Evening Line from tlie root of Courtlandt The Steamer SWALMlW, CapUm A. .dcLeau, Monday, Wednesday and Friday r.vening. at 60 clock. Tlie Steamer ALBANY, Captain H B Macy, Thureday and Satniday Evening, at 6 o clock. The Boat* of tin* Line, owing to their light "I"*"*''1 tr, are able al a'l time* to pa** the bar*, and reach Albany anil roy in ample time to take tlie morning train ol car* lor uie or pasaage or freight, apply on board, or at the office* on the wharves. ,a*. FAHK KbDUCLD. FOR ( ROTONVILLE, SIN(J SIN(i. TAIIKYTOWN 'aiv.. oa ir Hnc/, wiltbie's [Jock, 11 A*i in<?s ATLaiJarAND V (INK ERS.?On aud after Saturday. 31st, 1*44, tlie new and substantial ste niitM,ai WASHINGTON IRVlSo.Capt lliiam luthi II, will leave tlie foot Ol t^hamliej street frtV tlie ahove places, dail) at 1 P. M Sunday eicepted. Returning, will lea?e f rotonville .1*1* am! Sing Siug at7 o'clock A. M., landing al tlie foot of !Uniiio id street ;aih way. ? For i' 1.sage or Ireight. apply on board, or to SI El Hr-Jt ?? TOMPKINS. 192 Weal street. s32m rc Lit) 11 ON UliCh?iW? bolt* very suimrior Pilot Uuck, Irom ' I a l>7 fc- K. COLLINS k (^ ?Quia sutet. 1844.1 THK NKW STEAMBOAT [1844. EMPIRE, CAPTAIN D. HOWE, Will Imm BUFFALO for CH1CAOO. ion FKIDA Y, 23d of August, at 7 P. M., aud perforin her trip* regularly during .the sea ??on, as followa :? UP. DOWN. LEAVES BUFFALO. LLAVKS CHICAGO. Fridw Aug. 23,... at 7 P. M. I Saturday, Aug.23... at 9 A. M Saturday, bep. 7,... at do Monday, Sept. 1#... at do Monday, " 23... at do | Tuesday, Oct. do Puesday. Oct. 8... at do I Wednesday, " 16... at do Wednesday, " 23... at do Thuriday "31... at do Phuisday, Nov .7... at do | Friday, No?. IS, do The EMPIRE I* 260 fatl in length, 32 (ret 8 incites btani, 14 feet 2 inches hold, measuring 1220 tons, and is llie largest sleain boat attoat in inland waters. Engine 600 horsepower, boilers provide with Evau's Patent Safety Valves, to prevent thepossi bility of an explosion. Thi' Cabin is 230 fe? t long, with separate Saloons for Ladina ind (ientlemrn?spacious Slate Rooms extend the whole length, ventilated by doors opening from tlie inside and out, and all parts of the boat ar? finished and furuished iu a style unequalled by any other iu tlie world. Ample accommodations for Steer Ufr Passenger*. in four large well ventilated Cabins, oue of which s appropriated exclusively to females. Tise boat is provided with a good band of music. Wiluinj, Maush k Co., Buffalo,) 11. Norton ft Co., Chicago, > Agents. J. N. Elubit. D?roit, J 0. S. BA.RNEY, it CO.. August 1, iS?l. Cleveland, autlouvlrc BRITISH AND NORTH Ail till CAN ROYAL MAIL STEAM 81UPS. Of 1200 tons and 440 horse nower each.? Under contract with ihs Lords of tlie Ad| ?miraliy. HIBT'.HNIA. Captain Alexander Ryrie. CALEDONIA, Captain Edward ti. Lott. ACADIA, Captain William Harrison BRITANN IA Captain Jobu Hewitt. CAMBRIA, Captain C. H. hi. Judkins. Will sail froui Liverjiool and Boston, via. Hulfaa, as follows: From Boston. From Linrpool. Caledonia, Lott August 16th. ? Acadia. Harrison. ..Sept. 1st. Angnst4th. Hibernia, Ryrie l*th. ,r 20th. These vessels carry '.'i|>erieuced surgeons, and are supplied with Life Boats. For freight or passage, apply to D. BRIOHAM, Juu., Ageut, auirc No. 3 WJl street. FOR HALIFAX AND LIVERPOOL. t Tlie Royal Mail Steamers BRITANNIA laud CALEDONIA. will leave Boston, lor the above ports, as follows ? BRITANN 1A, J.Hewitt, Esq.. Commander, Tuesday, Oct. I. CALEDONIA, hi. O. Lott, " Wednesday, " 16. Passage to Liverpool $120. Passage to Halilax 20. Apply to D. BRIOHAM, Jr.. Ageut, s2lm 3 Wall street. FOll CHARLESTON, KEY WEST, HAVANA, AND NEW ORLEANS. To Sail on Saturday, 12th Octobkb, at 4 o'clock, P. M. a. ? The elegant well known favorite Steamship /'I/mHRNKW iORK.Johu T. W sight, Comman der, will l<ositively sail as above. This stea mer has been overhauled, and put in com plete order for the season, and no elpeuM- has been ki>*ied to make her every way complete? has large and airy s'aie-iooini, every way adapted for tlie comfort of passengers.? Site fairies sutlicieut fuel front hens for tlie voyage, ana will not stop at the intermediate ports only to land her passengers. For passage, apply to Capt. Wright on boaid at foot of 9tli St., E. Il , near Dry Dock, or to A. HUBBARD It CO. se!2 lin*rrc M Peck SIip. STEAM SHIP FOR NKW OllLHANS ?Direct?To sail positively on tlie ilh Oct. ?Tlie spleudid steam ship ALABAMA, Caiitain Henry Windle, 7U0 tons burthen, will be despatched luuctually as above. This line and powerful ship has very recently had thorough overhaul ing?has been newly cop|iered and supplied with a set of new boilers, made in tlie city of New I ork. She is in every way calculated to give coinlort to cabin, second cabin and steerage ptuwngers. Those about proceeding to (lie above port, should aet tlie accommodations aud secure berths without Inil. as a limited uumber only can be taken. For pari iculurs, apply ou board, or to W. fc J. T. J APSCOTT, s20ec 76 South stnet, Coruer Maiden Lane. ~ UNITED LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS ?Regular Packet of 1st October.?The last sailing ;iack:t ship SOI THERN Ell, Capt. T. D. Painter, Mm u Ucspatched punctually as above, her regular day. Cabin, second cabin and steerage passengers will lind the ac commodations of this packet to lie equal to auy ship in |mr(. Those about proceeding to the old country, will fiud that by selecting the Southerner as their conveyance, they will h ive every accommod-tiou and convenience desirable lor comfort. Price of passage low?a limited number only taken. Karly ap e'icatiou should tie made to secure berths on board, at pier 13E. . next below Wall atrnet, or to W. Ik J. T. TAP9COTT, ?2Crc 76 South street. ^ BLACK BALL OK OLD t.l.Nt. Of LIVEK ____ POOL PACKETS?FOR LI VHRPOOL?Only AlMaKfeaarcgular packet sailing on the 1st of October.?The new, Iiiaitiiificeut and remarkable fist sailing packet ship CAM Bll^ UK, of 950 toni burtbeu, Capt. Win. C. Barmow, will positively sail on Tuesday, tlie 1st of October. her regular day. It is well known that tlie accommodations of the Cambridge, anil <ill the eight ahi|<s of ihis line, aie loud out in a most costly style with every modern improvement aud con veil ie..ce, that cannot but ado to the comfort of cabiu, second c ibin and kteerage passengers Those visiting the old country w ill at all times lind il their iuterest to select tliese conveyance?, iu preference to auy other. For terms ofpassage aud to securc the best lierths, early appli cation should be nude on board, foot of Ueekmau street, or to the subscribers. ROCHE, BROTHERS U CO., s2Gtolrc 3j Fulton street, nest dour to the Fultou Bank. ~ FOR LIVERPOOL?-New Line?lkwullr Packet .of 20th Oct.?'Phe regular last sailing Packet Ship a^MHHOA.RRICK, Captain U. J. II. Trask, of 1,100 tons burthen,will iiositiively sail as above, her regular day. For freight or passage, having accommodations unequalled for splendor or comfort, apply ou board at Orleans wharf, foot ol Wall stmt, or to E. K. COLLINS ?. CO, 56 South street Price of Passage, jioo. Shippers by this line may rely upon having their goods cor rectly measured, and thai the ships of this line will sail punc tually as advertised. The packet ship Roscius, Capt. John Collins, of liroious, will succeed tlie Oarrick, and sail 26th November, her regular day. s27rc OLD EST A B LI SI 1 E I) ~PAC K ET OFFICE, 61 South street?Passage to aud from Oreat Britain and Ireland, via Liverpool. Passage can at all tunes lie eugaged at the lowest rales, to and from Liverpool, by tlie regu lar packet ships sailing under the new arrangement every lew days, and drafts can as lie furnished for any amount, liva ble at the National and Pro vine <1 Bank, Ireland, and their branches, aud throughout the United Kingdom, as well as at all the principal banking institutions iu England, Scotland and Wales, without discount or any oilier charges. Forlurther par ticulars, if by letter, post pmd, apply to _?4ec JOHN HERDMAN, HloBtht. FOR LIVERPOOL?The New Lioe-Ragalu Packet 21st October.?The superior fast sailing pack btillou, \vi ?Hai> HO*-HKSTKK, toot burthwn, Captaiu tton, will wiil a* alxivr, h?r rrKuUr day. For freight or p??iAg?, bavins ??!?*? on and ?)>aciou> nccomiuo dalioiis. apply ou board, west aide Burling &1il>. or to YV^OODHULL U MINTURN8, >7 South street. Price of Passage tlOO Tlie packet ship Hottingenr, Captain Ira Buriley, master, 1150 tous burthen, will succeed the Roclieater, aud sail on her regu lar d*v. 21st Oetohev ?M ??? PASSAGE FOR NEW ORLEANS Pack, to ? '"?lli Sept.?The fast sailing regular packet ship AR ANHAS. ( apt. J. Bunker, w ill sail positively as aooic, lier regular day. The accommodations ol the slops of this line are, it is well known, sujierior to auy other ships, and reliance may be placed on their sailing punctually as advertised. The Arkansas has excellent accommodations for ctbin, second cabin and steerage passengers. Second cabin passengers can be comfortably accommodated iu house on deck, built expires ly for the purpose, well lighted and properly ventilated. To secure lierths, early application should be made ou board, foot of Maiden lane, or to W. k J. T. TAPSCOTT, s27 76 South street, corner Maiden Lane. FOR NEW ORLEANS.?Diiikct.?'The .team hip ALABAMA, 700 tons burthen, Henry Windle, .inmauder, will sail for the above |x>rt oil the 16th OcioUer next, at ? o clock. This splendid and remarkably staunch strainer has been thoroughly overhauled the present summer, uewly Copiiered, aud is furnished wilh a powerful set of new Boilers, made at the Novelty Works of this city. Slie is expected to make the ran to tlie litlize with ease in six days; and having handsome and comfortable accommodations, for both cabiu and steerage passengers, offers au unusually desirable conveyance to the travelling community. For light freight or passage, apply to O. MERLE, s 19 to ISo * rc 266 Front st. FOR NEW ORLEANS-Union Line-First regular packet with de.|iatch?The fast sailing packet phip I SION, J B. lUttorne, mister, is now loading m m have immediate dispa ch. For cabin, second cabin and tl-vr ge passengers, having superior accommoda.ion, eaily a|? 11 I ou should be made on board, at Murray's wharf, or to JOSEPH McMUKKAY, sSflee 100 Pine street, cori er of Month street. PACKET FOR HAVRK (Second Lire).?The Ship ST. NICIIOLA8, John B Pell, Mstter, will JmimUm sail on the 1st of October. fi/i utighl, or |?sssge. "ioviT'i HINI'KEN, No. 9 Tontine Buib _ Building, floroer W ill and Wsier street. ? ITrc IFOR MAlUJEILLES?I'ackrt ol 1st October?'I'he ?hip COURIEK, ( aptaiu Dugan. For frright, or ?assage, in cabin or, aptily to LAWRENCE k PHELPS, No. 1(3 Front street, or to BOYD fc. 111N 4 KEN, Agents No 1 Ton line Unilding. FOR-HAVANZrROM I'll I la DELPHI a. ? Tlie A. 1. fast-sailing packet baniue ELIZABh.TB J , John S. Iteiiuiigtou, m liter, will sail positively on __^12ih Ocolier. ? or treight or iiassage, having supvtior fnrni>hed accommo dations, a large and commodious cabin, with twelve state rooms, apply to JOHN F. OIIL Si SON, sl7 3w x&co 101 South Wharves, Philadelphia. ?PFxchanoe ON~EN(iLA NIi Trkland, SCOTLAND AND WALES.?The Subscript has _^>t all times for sale Drafts from ?1 to illttOD, inyable the principal Banking Institutions througlioul the lliiited kicgilom JOHN HERDMAN, 61 South st. NT B. Passage to and from Liverpool can lie secured at the lowest rates by any of the line of packets sailing on tli? 1st. 6th, llth. I6lh, 21st and 26th of each mouth, ou application as above. i v*i I ee I* OK LUNUON.?Regular I'achet ol the It October?Th* splendid, last sailing Packet ship MEDIATOR, Captain Chadwick, sails positively as auove, her regular day. Hiring very su|ierior accommoilations for CaMn, Id Cabin aud Steerage passengers, |iersous intending to embark should make immediate application ou hoard, or to JOSEPH McMURRAY, s2'n c i(Ml I'ine street, corner of South. fill bath, oakijineh ami imi.lua ell JLM 1 he new steamer PENOBSCOT, Captain N. Kimball, leaves tlie end of T wharf, Boston, StaMjHuJLeterv Tuesday ni'l Friday evenings, at i >'dock Stages will be in resdmer.s on her arrival M trie abov ? 'lar.w. to conv?v i?"iu-mrers to the n?iehb?iring town. FOR LIVERPOOL- I'he well known fast sailing packet ship SOUTHERNER, 7.V0 tons, T. D. Palmer, ?1'ia.ier will liavr immediate despatch. For freight ol iuou i. iles cotton or bulk thereof, or passage, having nt| good accommodations, apply to the Captain, on board, Pier 13 E. R. or to |?W -4 ?18 ?? WOODHULL It H1NTURNS, 87 South si. UN THE CURE OF STRICTURE.,, f N A FORMER advertisement ON STR1C1UHE i much pal us wiu takttu 10 explain it* natuiv?IM dtfcfcugj which .were mi?iiui?iu lot il?it* cou*fcjumicra and lU cure? a1*o th* fact that Stricture treoueutly enst* iu ihoM w ho are uot in tile leant nwar* of it. Those, however, occupying too much *|>*ce, tlie following remark* will be con lined to ceru.n circumstanc e*, which will auable one to judge whether lie haa this complaint or uo, and ill pro|*rmean* o! cure. Among other thuiKi it wm remarked, that It wu by no mean* necessary that the dream ol' urine should l>e obstructed, or even much diiniuialvd, in a caae of atricture; Jus, indeed, occur* in bad and Ion* established cases, bu stricture may eniit lor inoulli* and eveu year* without producing any?lrikiiig change iu tin* re*|>ect. Neitlier is it uece*?ary there should be pain, or any thing directing the attention to the. seat ol till* uiaeaae. Pain, certainly i* now and tlieu complained of, but it i* only when inflammation hap|iens to lie *uperadded ; and, with re gard to other etbcu, "specially of early coses, lhe*e are observ ed to fall uimiu the mind and uervou* *y?tem, rather than the part ittell'. 1'here tae, however, three circumstance* which muit peculiarly belong to stricture, aud, e*t>ecially when they meet together, should never be lost tight of, but lead to immedi ate mean* of cure. Miuiy oilier symptoms might he mentioned, but mo*t of tliese belong to other maladies as well, or relit* to stricture iu lU more advanced and *ellled lorm. while the lot lowing tliree belting to stricture iu its early stage, and when it * so easily and certainly removed. The lust of tliese relate* to Tmk mamnik or uhiwatino.?It haa been already *aid the ireain need not he much diminishod or impeded, but what is te oe observed i* tlie peculiar way iu which il finishes. if it should Happen, afUT the clollie: are readjusted, that a drop or two should stoal away, so a* to wet a little, this, trilliug a* it may ?mm. would alfuxd a strong suspicion. Not tliat this drop or two can proceed from no other cause whatever; but, certainly, no stricture can e*ut without it. Tlie negt i* Thk Tims a i?obmei? Oonouuhuca may havk kkmainko Uncubcu.?A UouorrliuBa, though not the only, u by far the most Iretiueot cau?e of Stricture. It i* not it* severity, so much u the leugth of tiuw it* gleely stage inay have remained, that it to be considered. Neither i* it lHHalble in every ca*e to stale how long thi* may contiuue without producing Stricture, lor our is naturally more dUposi d to Stricture tlian anotlw. If, however, it should have coutinued from SIX to eight weeks, till* length ol time at lua*t would *lreuglhtsu any oilier *u*piciou* eirauuutauce*. The tliird is . Th* ErrgcT a stbictubf. nil uroN.THS mind.?Nothing i* more certain than that the effect of Stricture ;? to depre** the ?pirit* aud to lessen mental energy Not that this i* complain ed of in the same degree by every individual, but it I* so com mou, in one degree or other, that the writer rarely sees a caw ol Stricture in which the patient doe* uot ob*erye that he is uot *o active, or capable of business as formerly. 1 his al?r) is a seri ous effect; though little uudertood, but it i* unquestionably true, Indeed, whoever aouaidera tlie natural connection of mind and *e*ual organ*, will ea*ily imagine tliat, as there 1* a medium by which tlie mind ao puwerfully acu u|k>u tlie*e or gall*, so, through the aame medium tlie aeiual oigaaia re-act unou tlie miud. Thi*, however, la better explained iu lhe 1 rivals Treatise" of the author, a little volume which is sent to many part* of the world. A* the cure ol Stricture proceed*, the activity of intud invariably return*. With re*pecl to the cure ol Stricture?thia, it i* gratifying to ?tate. i* generally accotnplislied in very little time, and without lAin or inconvenience. Nolhiujt can exceed the improvement of late year* iu the treatment of thi* complaint. Indeed, in tlie hand* of proper and ex|ierienced persoua, the cure ol Stricture i* now accomplished iu a* mauy day* n* formerly it demanded month*. Mauy per*ou* consul- the writer wno come on busi ne*s to thi* citv for a short time only, but return perfectly cured, ttw.ii i. na* beeu a *ource of trouble and anxiety ror year*. To those who cannot leave tlieir home*, the writer fur uidies h<* own peculiar mean* ol cure, together Willi hi* rri vate'l eati*e," which lia* an interesting chapter, giving every inft .matioii on the *ubject, aud written in the Plame*t manner. L)r. Ralph take* thi* opi?oriuuity of *aying that he may be couaulted on the variou* disease* referred to 1.1 hi* 1 Treatise"-?at his dwelling iiouae, No. 8# Oreerwich street, at any hour, aud, in cutisequeuce ol the number ol pretenders and books ol'iiuackeey which infest this city, lie dwins it proper to make the foM wing statement, a* a satisfactory ground of confi dence to ,t/augers. Beside* Ins rank as Oraduate ol Edinburgh, itc Sic. he ha* been engaged iu the cure of these diaea*e?, both ,u hotpital and city practice, for more lhau thirty years, and ha* published three editiou* ol a work expre**ly on them. Alao, that he haa letter* from the moat eminent phyaician* in Europe from the moat eminent meu in America?as Sir A*tley (-ooper, KL to Dr. Mori, of New York; Dr. hy?coin.,ladel phia, ami other*, and that he is liermilted ,^ "-lerloa moal every rhy*ici*u of eminence in thi* city. Hie 1 ru ite irea ti*e"is *1. Addres* Ur. Ralph, *eur., W Greeuwich *tre?t. *7 Im'in I'UliLlG OPINION HAS PRONOUNCED DR. SHERMAN'S WORM LO ZENUKS lo be the be*t preparation lor the destruction of worm* iu children that has ever been offered, aud they are *o pl?aaant to the Uutg that tliey are taken without any dilliculty. Tliey have now iiku in uae more than five years, daring which lime they liave become well known iu eveiy part ol the land from M une lo Georgia, and from the Atlantic ro the llocky Mountains. Their adiniuistratiou lia* been attended * it i won derlul success, so inucfi so that i>ansutf have now no confidence in any other medicine tor the expulsion ol worms. Ai?e testi monials iu their f.ivorare very numerous, aud coutinue to |H?ur iu from all quarters of the couutry. How many children can be fouud who are nufferiug from worms, and are piuiug aw > for the want of a pro|>?r remedy. Eveu the cause of the sutlef iug is not susiiecled. One box of Slierman s Worm Ui??fS will remedy tlieevil. Tamiier no longer, il will soon be too late. Be careful lo procure the genuine Sherman a Worm Lozenge*, and give them according lo the printed directions on the box. Conamnpt'ou, Cough*, Cold*, Asthma, aud all diseases of the lung*, are relieved and cured by Ur. Sherman'* celebrated l ough Lowuge*. The Kev. Darius Anthony, of tlie Oneida Conler ?uce was given u|? Uy hi? filends. 'lW Loienges inn short time restored him to heilth. Rev. Mr. Streeter, of Boston, Leonard lingers, an aged veteran of the revolution, Hon. Mr. Archer, of Virginia, and a host ol witnesse* could be produced who have used Sherman's ? ough Loieoges, and kuow them to be decidedly preferable to all other preparation*. lJr. Sherm iu also prepare* Camphor Lozenges for the Head ache, J'alpitmion of the Heart, Sea Sickue** and attectiou* ol the stomach and bowels. They cure headache in a lew moments, give immediate relief iu colic, UiarrhcBa, and spasmodic allec tions of the stomach, and counteract the effects ol overliving. He has al?o Cathartic Lozenges, which are tak?u without any trouble, being as pleasent to the taste as r common l? ppermmt. Re.toratiie Lozengea for the cure ol diarrlima, or looseness ol llw bowel., a.i.l .11 W*1*. ??>? b. slHic??d with slcUneas. Wwuld do well to call and make trial of his various preparation*. . SHERMAN'S POOR vlAN'S PLASiERsttnd* unnv eel for Weak Backs, Rheumatism, I aius in the Side or Loin*, Lumbago, and ail affections ol' the chest. One Million 1 l iters will not supply lhe annual demand. Numbers of unprincipled persons have attempted to force upon the community a counter leit article, but those who are in tlie habit ol using Sherman * Poor Vlan's Plaster, know thai effect* too well to be deceived. Observe, that every Plaster made by Ur. Slierinaii I"'*"" simile" of hi* name printed on toe back of the same, l he genuine preparations of Ur. Slierman can alway* b- obtained at f.Ii war-hauM-. No. 1116 Nassau street, or at his regular Ageiits : ?CoddingtOn, W Hudsou, comer of Spring; Sands, 188 Bow ? ery. coriier ol Spring; 77 East Br.^Way corueT Martet; Rjuh ton'* three stores, Broadway; Mrs. Hay *. 139 'J1'1."", f Brooklyn; Zieber,.3 Ledger iuildniga, Phil a,; *nd Redding"*, 8 State street, Boston. .. Leech leeches? leeches. ok nni^ LARGE ANU HEALTHY SWKED18H /iOlUUU LEECHES, just received per barque Hranklin, Sleebboom maater, from>Umbnrg,^>r "le^at the h>wMt price*, at Importer* of Leeches, 38 John street. P. H.-A large and fre.h aupply of Leeche* always on hand. au29 ltn*rc ? ONE SHILLING l'ER LESSON, At No. 8 Citv Hall Pi.ack. rpHOROLIill instruction given in the Hreuch, SpBalsh M 1 Italian Languages, Book-keeping, Navigation, Algebra, Ueoin"!r^ Trig mometry, Sun ey mg 'W,?Anthpjetir,, 4cc Circulars and references may be had of J. D. MoHRis Jr N. B. Evening l lssse*. V "" MhlilCAL ADVICE OCTOR LAMERT n still confidentially consulted, at hi* .,1,1 odice 03 Oold street, Iwtween H niton anil Beekinari, on *11 d.seases o^a delicate nature ; III* treatment lieing mild and Judicious, requires neither mercury, restraint in diet, or Inn drance from battne** pursuits. Recent o.i?e? cured iu 3 or 4 Debility, nervous or constitutional, arising from a loo frequent indulgence of the pu*lon* ol indis creet youth, and thereby causing nightly emissions, and event ually confirmed iinpolenry engage lhe Dr. hi* obj*ct lieing to restore the ?ystem, mentally and bodily, lo tliat stale of vigor nature oiigumlly ui .4igii?u. STRICTURKH, a disease freqiu iitlv^existinc without ilie patient being tlie least aware, soinytwws caused hvjnal-trent. mail of uninitiated medical pretenders, bv the neglect of the parties tiennselves, are, by tlie Dr. effectuall) rur?'?l without pain or iucouvenieiice. TIk- Doctor being one of the few qualified a,lv",l'",''5In ,'u' ireons iu the city, guarantees a perfect cure, or no charge mau . fitters, post-paid, enclosing alee, immediately attended to, and medicine, with advice, tent to any part of tlie ' !', f, ilnms-r ? Office, 63 Isold street. oiwi Irom 8 A.M. to ? 1 .M. *IJlin ec LEECHES' LEKCHES!! LEECHES! !! irt AAA ItwkDhH AND HERMAN LEECHES 40)000 Just re.nvfd |-r ship. ?ir Isaac Newton, from H imburg, and by the Havre packels-for sale wholesale and re tail, . IS* -nost ""^'j'VERUiN'ANU & COPPA linjMirters of beeches, sill lm*rc >?? l<n N""""1 ,wt CHLAP SOA1* WORKS LABORATORY OK I'KRKUMERY COSMKTICS, kc. HwoPSli ok tmf. kxtknhivk catai.ocjui ok WM. JOHNSON vV VROOM, (Lati. Johnsok Ik Co.] NO 70 TRINITY PLACE, b?a? thi isbw 1 rihity Church, Ntw Voiik. Pale Yellow Soap, extra No. White Bar " pl?iu- , ?? " |ierfumed. Variegated " Palm " , Fancy in boxe* of I to 6 doz. ?? ?' by the pouud Mottled Soap, very suiwior. , Opodeldoc " for priiggiat*. VvimUnr *? White iind Brown. Egg aJd Cushion Model of KancySoW.. very.ujierior,d K...e Musk, Naples, I amphor, VVoodlnne, i,ow .lip wuh JM vt^Vi" Of Kancy Soapa, su.Uble lor country dealer*. D( Sweet IVrfomeil B.jgs, Bears CJil. ( olcifne \S at?rs, Honey, Milk of I loses, Otto " rit de Hote, .Msc.jissr Oil, Tooth Powder and Lotions, Handkerchief' Kssencet, Toilette i'owder, , , ? Musk Perfumes of all kiuds. ? 18 lm*ec Sm< Uitig Salts. Grecian Hair Dye, 1.1 vender, Kalydor, ? urlntg Fluid, Bwi ? huaCt Ox Marrow Pomade, Ksien?tes of ail kinds. Cold Gream, Pearl Powder, Orange Flower Water, RESTAURANT FRANCAiS. JBONNAIID, J Nassau street. 'Phe proprietor'can fear ? leaaly recoinmrud thi* eataldinhineiit to general attention It haa for iriiny yeara h.-en condncted in a style that, lo the French *nd foreign residents, ha* nflorded universal satisfac tion His table abounds with every liiiury the most fastidious can require, whether in tlie English or French style of cookcry His Wines, Krnits and Lirjnora ire of tlie b< st brand..?the Waitar* (Kreucli and Hngliah) polite, and tl? general ?rrange meiits of tlie tablet, in a cool and airy saloon, for private, aud tociai |?nies, not lo be equalled. J. IIONNAKD, at Im'rrc _ 't \ .sssn -tr.' ?' IRON SAKE& AND MONEY <.liESTB-Th" *utise.i er 1 Ifet-ps constantly oil hand an a**ortmeut of serond hand M il. >, of sundry linkers, for sale at lesi than ?ne half ?f first co t. Such i* nave been taken in part payment foe Wilder's Patent Salamander Sales. 'I hese Safes ( V\ ilder's) h*ve failed to preserve the contents in case of fire?they are all now made iliv, and warranted free from dampness? can only lie had of the subscriber and Ins authorized agent, Sit. \S C. HERRINO, ?2i Iwrc l:?l Water str.-et, New York. 4? L IJ U(i A T E ST R E hT, LONDON, Two Door* t iuim thi london i'omij' llot sr M E S S It S. FLA X M A N .V. S11 O W E L L, (krom llt'iu i. .k r's.) npAILOKS TO IIKit MAJESTY, b?g t? return their I sincere thanka to tliiHie gentlemen from America aud Mesico, who have, during th.'ir residence iu England, so lile-rally favore.1 thrin ?lth tlieir support, and at the stine time to assure iheir friend* and the nublic, their chiel desire and aim will be to maintain the higli credit their house has attained, by supplying the very lie*t good* at mode?*le charges. N B.?A laife a**ortment always ready for m*pa?tion. Ut9 Itn'rc Daniel O'Coiinell In ft*rtsoii. 'lav*; for some time lost sight ot the Great imprisoued mid his companions, nnd we (ear our readers have nearly forgotten those minute and fa iil 'arP'ctutr?L which we were for some tune ih the habit ot throwing before them regarding the I, m lte Penitentiary" <>| the state captives ? r.i i, ,e y.ounKt,r D,n'?l furnishes every ween at the Repeal Association what he cnlls his prison report," and which duly proclaims that his lather is in the best possible health und spirits? quite pleased with the -'one thousand a week," and desirous of nothing more than that the people should persevere iii such udrnirabie conduct, uud go on and?pay to the end of the chapter. This week ly bulletin is, however, a most meagre affair, and tells lis really as little o? what we should deaire to know, as a king's or a queen's speech at the open ing of parliament. Not so with our reports?we pass over all such useless generalities, and go at once to the action of the piece. Look to the right (ill,it abominable Donnybrook has infected us)? ''look to the right," we say, "and there you behold me great Daniel O'Connell in his green night-cap ; it has just struck six by the penitentiary clock ; and, having dusted the cobweb trom his eyes, he is now about to turn out und perform his matutinal gymnastics in the garden. Now, look straight before you, and yon will see him climbing the pole (he certainly has been u-hcad ol the poll oetore now) climbing the pole, or turning the cat in the swing like any monkey?a truly surprising teat tor a man ot his years. Stop a minute now, ladies and gentlemen, and you shall see the great dtnel seated at breakfast, and all his companions in trouble around hnn. Tom Steele stands behind his chair?my dear Ray is finishing his tot of the week s rent?Dr. Gray is reading him his last ar ticle in the Freeman's Jourtuil, and all (he others are suitably employed. There, indeed, is u " hap. i>V family ?die greatest living wonder of the age ! f orward, ladies und genilenien?forward, and see them -and so we carry our friends on through the day, affording them such a tuUeau. virant of ine political offenders undergoing punishment us has rarely been exhibited. We have now a long journal of penitentiary do inga lying before us, but we have gotten so much into arrear that we must take up the log at the very nearest convenient point. We shall begin at rnday, the 2:Jrd instant (yesterday week). Th s was visiting day, andI the first that availed them selves ot this ilelighlful opportunity were Madam .1 ,oul an" three other ladies who came to gra lily their eyes aid persons with a view and a sitylown upon the splendid oak chair?the gift of MissUossen, ofMendon Next after these tollow m i ,/a,TV*8 Perry, of Obelisk Park, Blackrock, Mr John llarressy and family?and Mr. Daiuei U U.nnell llarressy, from London. Then came u gentleman from America, mid some others. Doctor Gray played the Cicerone upon this as well as upon numerous other occasions?and did n?i .W.??ive, us usual, his own peculiar version of Irish history. As no week?scarcely a day passes without (?ringing some present or other to the great " Libe rator ? we have to mention that the eleemosynary payment in kind on this day was a pair ot new hoots, from a patriotic bootmaker of Kingstown. vV,Hry. Crispin did not stop to ask himself so frigidly stoical a question as?what a man in prison should have to do with boots'? li he can ride nothing else, he reasoned, probably, that lie must have his hobby, and could ride thut, and here, thought he, are just the thing-u i.air of Repeal boots, with the Liberutor's crest, Erin go iiragh, and " Repeal" inscribed in gold letters on tne front. &o the boots were sent in and accepted, for it is n rule at the Penitentiary that all is fish that comes to that net, and nothing is refused i he wallet, by the bye, is now swelled to an im mense size, so much so, that really if there was iroub e 111 getting the " Big Beggarman" into tlie pound, ther? may hereafter be no mail difficulty in getting him out of it, just us it huppened to the Great Britain" steamer in the Bristol docks, bat ft 18 U Blmi'e rnost felicitously aprnpot dtt lhe visitors on this day (we are still at Friday) weie about filiy in number. Of these, many were reverend fatln rs?ecclesiastical; others, publicans, grocers, and not sinners, butduirynien ; with a lew English and Welsh horse-jockeys, who had conn to attend the fair ol Donnybrook. These latt were refused admittance, m consequence ot their not having complied with certain new rules pre. scribed by the Liberator. On Saturday there was no visiting, but there was in the evening a grand dinner-party Sunday, 25ih.?Here we find a curious entry in the journal. There is not a word about the prison or the prisoners; but, sailh the registrar, " On this ? ay r. opratt lectured on teetottiiirtiii in Donny brook, and told the people that no Irishman who was not a teetotaller could be a true patriot," which is apropos to nothing that we can think of Monday, the 2fi.h-The visiters to-day were about one hundred-amongst whom were many priests ot both home and foreign produce, and luy men from various quarters of the globe. The most interesting fact m the lecsrd, however, is, that or ders have been given to fit up the large room off the diniug-room as a theatre for the amusement ol w l'r'8onerB the long winter's evenings ?? Mr. Martin, the architect, has seven carpenters at work in the upper garden erecting a small tenement lor the convenience pf the State convicts, and the same artists are shortly to be turned over to pre paring the stage fittings for the contemplated thea tricals. I fere is a fact, then, that strongly nega tives any hope in the mind of the prisoners of a speedy enlargement, their belief in the Queen's visit, a lavorable adjudication in the writ of error and other matters which have obtained an exten sive credence out of doors Much might be said about privnte theatricals either in a prison or out ol it; but we must leave any dissertation on the subject to a more convenient opportunity. Our pres. nf business is with facts, and not with controversy. lne dinner company on this day consisted ot thir ty-five persons i T? (Tuesday,) was not a visiting day; but Mr. Dufly was wnite*! upon by a deputation from tlitf committer of the Colli-ge ward to report progress upon the state of the municipal interest and the probability of his (Mr. Duffy's) return ** a town councillor at the next election. " This " saith our registrar, with great naivette, " is called ihe boxing ward, as live of them cannot meet to gether without finning." The College ward is, therefore^ likely, we should fctif>po?e, to turn out some well trained masters in the art?which is jusi as it should be in a college ward?a college ol pugilism?and a warder (we have a natural respect torthe name,) of the noble science of detence. On Wednesday the visiters were of a very low grade, and our secretary has not thought lit to noil his paier with one of their names. There wus a grand leed, however, in the evening. Thursday w;is not an op?-n dav, but the doors were Unbarred, nevertheless, to fJolin of Tuam and tHim of Meath, Dr. Gantwell. both of whom w>-re closeted lor some time with his Liberator ship takir.g sweet counsel along with him, no doubt with a view, to driving a neat prelatical chariot and four through the charitable donations act?for they .ire very unwilling to be restricted in the management of penitents making their will#' to a period ot three months before departure ? I besti right reverend fathers, by-the-by?, have been sitting in full canonicals lor the French gen tlemen?what daguerrotypts !?and if we only pos sessed a rough draft of their sweet faces and itn posing figure?, we would pfpent our friend* with their amiable shadows in ih is place; but, as We are not masicrs ot the precious instrument, we must e en go on with our story, depending alone upon our old steel pen. In the morning, we should have mentioned, that mas-? h.ik celebrated in the new chapel by a Rev Mr M'Ghei?not "Robert," but a Strang* g? ntleman from Westminster. A great number of priests, and amongst them n gentleman from Peru, called in the course of the day ; but were refused admittance, on the ground of this not being a visiting day within the regula tions. Postscript ?The most valuable part of a lady's letter Iteth ever in the postscript. The corn liment should sometimes be paid back. Some ladies may deem what we here add the most interesting por Hon of this item. Well, then, lair and gentle rea der, lenrn that the Great Imprisoned gave strict or ders on tlm (Thursday) morning, should Mr M' 1) II of Belfast call, or any lady accompanying Mm, to admit them m once; and throughout the day the august " father of his country" seermd evidently in anxious expectation of some very agreeable visitor. His bath, which he usually Jakes at four, was postponed on this account till hall past five?and uinm r iisell was almost forgot ten l-ove, they say, niieth the camp, the grove the collage?and why not the prison 1 There is an aptuess in its solitude? Thure m?v I ?it alone, unreen of any And to th.- nighiingal?'s oomulamlug note* I una my ifutn ?>?? 1 he position is a d ingerous one, but? Alnvrriusy l*Mtridsthe go??i,mers I lifln in the wunion tuminei tor Au<I yet not fall. And wh?f*jn|; would there really be in a simple wedding t Ihere is something to move the female , heart in the very position of the lover, and "pity is akin to love." The chain ut love it> u pleasing yoke to bear ; but still it is a yoke. Where ia the rmaa cipation ! Strange to fay in continuing it for life at the altar. Be not greatly eurprised then, fair reader, to hear shortlyof a bride ootuined in Bride well. We have said it. T Wuhliigton, [Correspondence of the Herald ] Washing ron? i>. C, Sept. 27, 1844. Fribnd Bknnbtt :? The news at present here ia very limited. Tha President m still absent and will (tot return until Sa turday. 1I1.1 health is improving gradually. The general impression abroad is that the United Status Senate, in 1K45, will be whig. This 1 have not heard contradicted,.and was myself under that unprebbioii until very recently. You will see from the following statement that the Democratic Party is sure of a majority :? Maine, Dam., 1 Illinois, Dam. t Connections " 1 Now Hampshire, " 4 Pennsylvania, " J N?w York, 4 Houth Carolina, " 'J North Carolina, 1 Alsharna, " 'J Georgia, 1 Arkansas, " 'J Missouri, % Ohio, " 3 Mississippi, 9 ? Indiana, 1 l'J Michigan, 1 14 ? ? 14 2d Ihe above calculation, you will perceive, will make a tie. There is one member to be elected in the State of New Jersey in place *1 Mr. Day ton, and one in Virginia, in place of Mr. Rives. The Legislature ot JNew .lersey will be Democratic, but Virginia, as 1 am informed, will not elect a Senator, owing to the peculiar situation of the dif ferent brunches of the Legislature. This will give a Democratic majority ot one. It is not yet known who will receive the ap poiiuiiii ut oi Con;al at Liverpool. The most popu lar candidate is a gentleman from New Haven, Conn., and if appointed, would refl?ct more credit on the President than uny appointment made du ring his administration. William II. McCully, who was appointed tide waiter or inspector of customs at Baltimore, within the last ten days,was removed yesterday by Secre tary Bibb. A good joke is told of Tom Lloyd, the present Surveyor ot the |>ort at Baltimore. Shortly after the adjournment ot Congress, ihe President offered him the appointment of Surveyor, when he re plied, "that he did not want that or any other ap pointment, and that nothing would induce him to tali'''it." Within one wi ek, Thomas calls egain on ihe President, and says, "I have come to ac cept the appointment you offered me." The Presi dent replies, " my private secretary is now in Vir ginia, and 1 cannot make any appointments until Ins return, unless vou intist upon it " 1 honias's re ply was, "then Mr. President 1 shall iittiU " The appointment has given general d1Bsatibtaction in Baltimore, and I am credibly informed that ano ther name will be sent ta the Senate by the Presi dent. Another story is told of poor Tom. A merchant, called a lew days sinc? and asked Thomas, what the debentute was ou fifty hugs ot coffee He re plied, "I can't tell, cause Mr. Pinknty (the for met incumbent,) has taken all the documents with him." Truly, yours, T. S. Philadelphia. [Correspondence of the Herald ] ? Philadelphia, Sept. 27, 1844 Ukar Hkkai.d,? The Holy General Convention of the Episcopal ( hurch will assemble here next week, and the Right Reverend the Lord Bishops, with all the other dignitaries of the Church, are flocking to this city in droves. Quite a number of distinguished statesmen are also expected to attend as delegates. Among them are Hon. Levi Woodbury, of N.H ; Hon. Mei-srs. Newton and Appleton, of Ma#e.; Chief Justice Jones, T. L Ogden, Krq., and many other great men of your State; Hon. C. C. Strat ton,ot N.J; Hon. Judges Conyngham and Wood ward, ol IVnil.; Hon. Mr. Paynter, General Mans field and llun. Chief Jual.ce Booth, of Delaware Judges Chambers and Lccleston, of Md : Hon.' Senators Berrien ^ind Butler, and swarms of other nobs" too numerous to mention. So we shall have some fine debating. We all hope that the ihruhi will have n reporter here, on this great oc casion, for it is now universally acknowledged i hat no paj er can eijual it for graphic, correct, and interesting reports The Episcopal Church being the richest in the country, numbers, of course, among its members a great iiiiiny ol the most wealthy people. These having plenty of time and money at their command, are pouring into this city, and ihe consequence ia a rite in the marketing and the price of lodgings. I lie private boarding houses are nearly all engaged. It is expected that St. Andrew's Church will present an unequalled display on Weduesday next. The distinguished Bishops in iheir rich official, the three hundred clergymen in their gowns or surplices, the great body of learned statesmen and the tlironus ol lovely ladies from all quarters of the I nion, will present a tout msimhie of dignity, talent, learning and beauty, such as has never be fore been witnessed in (his city. The House of Bishops always sits with closed doors, to prevent the tnitfilul from hearing the dis pules Ot their spiritual governors. The state of pnr.'ies is said to be-high church, the bishop* of Connecticut, Pennsylvania, New York, North Ca rolina, \ errnont, New Jersey,Tennessee, Wiscon sin, Michigan, Louisiana, West New York, South Carolina, Maryland and Rhode Island?14 low church, the Primate, Chase of Illinois, and the bi?hoi? ol Virginia, Ohio, Kentucky, Georgia. UtUwan* and Miufaachuvetts?7. The state of parties in the Lower House will be about 130 to 70, being a majority on the high church sn.'e of 60. tins vvill be one of the most exciting, as well as interesting of religious conventions. Your Bishop Oriderdonk is to be hauled over the coals tor Pu seyi>m, and our Bishop Onderdonk for brandy drinking. Many other points ol great interest are to be discussed. Half u-dozen new Bishops will be consecrated during th<* secbion ; among them is Rev. Dr Hawkes, late Hector of St. Thomas', in your city, who is to be Bishop of Mississippi We uoii'i know ytt, who will be our next bishop. The ?ecret session, Ur. Tyng is a prominent candidate ?r <"lay, of this ciiy, is spoken of-so are I)r. vvauiwright and the celebrated l>r. Jurvis, ol Mid dit town, Conn. Mo?t of us weuld preler the latter gentleman, for lie is a llrst rate fellow, and very rich. * Au rtvoir?Don't forget to send a reporter to the convention. Skntinrl. Suicide and Slandcr ?On Monday evening an hnglish woman, Mrs Khza Abbott, formerly Mrs. Belton, wifrt ol Alex mdi r Abbott, a laboring man, ra siding in the ncond ?tory of h home on Kiorit street, next door below Wood, commit!) d suicide hy inking lauda num llmemed Irom evidence tint the hud tno sons te nding with hir, eight to twelve \ears ot age, and her second htishaid, to whom ?hc lir>4 been married in March last ; har brother and sister-in-law resided down stairs. Liquor some' 'me* in tha house an I tpianeiling was the natnrslcousi queue*. Wometwoor time weeks ago l;?r li'ulimd and brother hail a ipi*ir> I, and the latter wss ?tabliad in thesrm an I fell on her, injuring her ?o much as to produce ? miscarriage some days alter Tha child having htteu dead lor *uma days wan somewhat dis colored,an I hi i ?i?t< i-m law taunted her with it, my ing it w?f n ii-gru On Monday evening shn sent her youngi st I I for mm.! Internum, which he got at an apothecary lor no'long and brought home; she took it Iron, tim and pit hed him cut ol the room; turning to her husband ?he tjiil "do jon sea this," drinking tho poisan ami throwiiik the vtal nit him ; r|k; rflunpd to take Rnvthinf o. to have aihyucun, un I Raid "her sister-in-law wss the.-auMOf hrr committing Ilia Ui.t; the would he in veiigwu.y haunting her" Ah*r -omc timo, whin.he * "ecome lull arid stupid from the poison, her hushund ",lve vinegar, ahd ntterwards some coffee, whan ur. reii* w?m rilled m and udniiin<fprid (in im?tic, uaoiina H?r to throw t".<- laudnnnm oft her stomsch ?hut at too lute 'i pero I to arrest the pol*on. Dm. llttiam and Watt axamlnail the stomst-h, but town! no lau tsnum ia it; the) stated that vim gar, given ?<t the time it was in this case, would tend to accelerate the action ol the pui son The < >;oner s jury returned a verdict in nccor* Unce with the evidencn in the case, no murks ol vio lence having hi en di>covend on the budj. 1'illthuig -if, S'r> *?' Mokk Mi'spkr ? OharleK l>rown, an engineer <>n board the e'eambont Chicago, shot at t'.na i l.iet Su- i.?v en meg. by h m?n named John C. imith, u mine r fo. the I'Un'i r-' house, m that placa \ liiiti' iilt) toi-k |>lace f etwei n them on the stxgin|; of he l hxago, Drown af'ni|.ed to |ir*-veiit Mmith irom goiug on the host. ?nJ - ovel him tioin oil* tho s sging; Sitl|ih |>iei.. nle l a pis'ol and fl e i two halls took il'.ctin he ih torn ii '<t Drown, an I ti .irn tha l.t?t arcounts be was lyu.g Stmi'h waa airts'ed and lodged iu ? ft Uuis A.i a, 'pt 17. ('(.Mill1),: 'IIIK ( oilil i: TIO.M il KltRokS?Sept. >?'ii'it, r l) i k''** pre*i.:: end an Oilier Be. f ?tor? No II i'iio M\i|iervuors of Niagara co vs. tha l'iO|i|ttc.H ill. Wm U N,eMutter and a|. Mr. A. Brad ley concluded for plajntifl in tiror

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