2 Kasım 1844 Tarihli The New York Herald Gazetesi Sayfa 5

2 Kasım 1844 tarihli The New York Herald Gazetesi Sayfa 5
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NEW Y O R K HERA L D ? EXTRA Vol. Ho. J03?WhoU No. JWU3. NE W YORK, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2, 1844. Frle* Two C*0ti> 'HE NEW YORK HERALD. AGGREGATE CIRCULATION THIRTY-FITE THOUSAND. 7'HE GREATEST IN TUE WORLD. To tk? Public. I'HK NKW YORK HEHALD?Daily Newspaper?oak tished every day of the year eacept New Year's Dsy and Kourth ol July. Pries 2 cents per copy?or $7 36 per annum?postage* I 'id?cash in advance. THE WEEKLY HERALD-pubfched every Saturday morning?price 634 centt per copy, or $3 It per annum?poet a.r ,a paid, cash in advance. ADVERTISERS ate informed that the circulation of the Herald ii over THIRTY-FIVE THOIIHU'I), and increasing fast It hat the largest circulation of any paper in thii city, or the woi l<iKand, it, therefore, 'he bett channel for butinen tnrn in the city or country. Pri*s moderate?cain in advance. I'lll NT! NO of all kinds executed at the most moderate price, aud in the moat elegant style. JAMK8 GORDON BENNETT, Pbopriktor or thk Hekald Estahj.ishmknt, North went corner of Kulton aad Naaaan streets. WINTERARttANdEMENT FARE THREE SHILLINGS KROM PATURSCN TO JERSEY CITY. On and after the lit of October the cari will leave Patkhson Depot. I Nkw Yoau 8 o'clock A. M. I 9 o'clock A. H* " " 1 UK " P.M. 3 " P. M. * , " ? V.I St ItUAVl. It o'clocbjA. M. | 9 o'clock A. M. ? " V.+ | ? " P.M. iS tl ec FOR HALIFAX AND LIVERPOOL.. The lloyal Mail Steamships ACADIA and HIBEKNI A.will leave Bostou, for the above porta, as followa :? Acadia, Wm. Harrison, Esq., Com., on Friday. Nov. lit, next. Iliberuia, A. Ryre, Esq., Coin., on Saturday, Nov. 16th, next. Passage to Liveniool $120. Passage to Halifax 26. Apply to 1>. 0H1GHAM, Jr., Agent, ai llie office of Harnden ? Co., _oSw No. 3 Wall itreet. , FOR NEW~ORLEANS-Steam Shin I ALABAMA.?Thii steamer it expucted back 4from New Orleana in a few days, and it is in tendod to despatch her again lor the same ? place on a day to be hereafter named, between the 10th and 13th of November. She may touch at Havana to land passengers, should enough offer to make it an object. For passage or light freight, apply to G. MERLE, o30 lw*ec 266 Front at. BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN ROYAL MAIL STEAM SHIPS. _ Of 1100 torn and 440 hone power each.? Under oontract with the Lord* of the Ad| ? inanity. HIBEHNIA, Captain Alexander Ryrie. CALEDONIA, Captain ?ovud G. Lott. ACADIA.. Captain William Harriaon. BRIT ANN1A Captain John Hewitt. CAMBKIA, .Captain C. H. E. Judkini. Will sail from Liverpool aad Boston, via. Hulfax, as follow*: f rom Bosun. From Liverpool. Caledonia, Lott August loth. ? Acadia, Harrison...8*pt let. August 4th. Hibernia, Ryrie " lMi. ,r 30th. These vessels carry experienced surgeons, aad are applied ith Life Boats. For freight or passage, apply to G. JJK1GHAM. Jun.. Aaent, aulirc No. 3 Wall street. STATEN ISLAND FERRY. foot of Whitehall. The Boats will nana* follows on and after Sept. 34. LEAVE NEW YORK: 9, and 11, A. M.; IK, SH, aud 6. P. M. LEAVE STATEN ISLAND: S, and 10, A. M.; 12>6, ?>? and 5, P. M. P. S.?All goods mast be particularly marked, and an at the risk of the owners thereof. s24 FALL AND W INT ETl ^A 11RA NoTe ME NT! NEWARK .;NIJ NEW YORK. FAKE ONLY UMCENTB. THE? NEW AND SWIFT STEAMEK RAINBOW, CAPTAIN JOHN OAFFY. ON and afier September lOtli will run daily, ?as follows (Sundays included):?Leave New .aik, fool of Centre street, ( o'clock A. M.? fork, foot of Barclay street, 3 o'clock P. M. HOUR CHANGED TO SIX O'CLOCK, P. M.?On and after Monday, Sept. 16th, 1044. the Night Line to ALBANY AND TROY ? tbc INiflbt Lui win Kluuinc uv .hour of departure from 7 to < o'clock. P. M., and will land at Poughkeepsle during the great Fair and Cattle Show. kare75 cent*only to Poughkeepsie. The stesuier SWALLOW, Capt. A. McLean, Monday 16th, and Wednesday, ISth. The steamer ALBANY, Captain iL B. Maty. Tuesday, Hth, Thursday, 19th, at 0 o'clock, from Cort landt street nisr. Morning Line, aft o'clock, from Barclay street pier, the TROY and EMPllUL paling the great Fair and Cattle Show, Tuesday, 17th, Wedne.sd.iy, ltth, nud Thursday, 19th, will reduce the fare r 70 cents to and from Poughkeepsie and New York. sl3 NEW YOltK, ALBANY AN'o'tSo* STEAMBOAT line. F?R ALBANY AND TROY.?Morning ? Line from the foot of Barclay street, landing ?at intermediate places. < he Hteam-r KM PI(IE, Captain 8. R. Roe, Monday, Wednea ,y ;.ud Friday Morning at 7 o'clock. 'lV Steamer TROY, Captain A, Gorham, Tuesday, Thurs w.iy and Slaturdnv Morning, at 7 o'clock. Eveuiug Line Iroin -he foot of Courtlandt street, direct. "1'lie Steamer SWALLOW, Captain A. McLean, Monday, Wednesday and Fmlsv Evening, at 6 o'clock. Tiie Steamer AX.KANY, Captain R. B. Macy, Tuesday, 'J'hursday and Katui Jay Evening, at 0 o'clock. Thf Boats of ti.is f.ine, owiug to their light draught of wa ter, are able at all tlmea to pass the bars, aud reach Albany aud Troy in ample tiirw to take the morning train of cars for the rnst or west. eor passage or freight, apply oa board, or at the offices on the wharves. ii PLEASANT AND CHEAP EXCURsToNb! taiJMiUEU JlhRJlNGEMENT. i,EW BRIGHTON, PORT RICHMOND. (STATEN ISCANO,) AND NEW YORK FEliRY. From Pie* No. I, North River, foot of Battery Tlace. The Steamboat CINDERELLA, will ran as sfollows. Daily, from May 30th to Octfth** lit, .1044 '?(.eaves New York at 0 and 11 o'clocc, A. M.. at ??, t and! p. M. Lieaves Port Rsc'iimond, at 30 minutes to I, and 10 minutes to A. M.; at 1,4* and P. M. Leaves New Brighton al 0 and M A.M.; at IX, i and 7)f ' un Snuday?Leaves Nswr York, at 9 and II A. M.; at 3, 6 and > P. M. Leavns t'ort Uidhmond, at 20 minutes to S and 10 A.M; at 4 and 7K J New York. 1 FARE RtUUOED. FOR CROTONVILLH^ SING SIN(i TARRYTOWN. -ii-firi moi ihving, wiltsie'sriocK.Hastings rtJ*^*jLS3?AND YONKERS.?On and after Saturday. ^K^JlUSLAugust 31st. 1844, the new and substantial It^unboa^VASHINGTON IRVING. Capt Hiram Tnthill, will leave the fbot of Cham )>er street for the above places, daily at 3 P. M., Sunday excepted. Returning, will leave Crotonville at tiM. ami Sing Sing at7 o'clock A. M., landing at the foot of Hammond street eat:n way. n For passage or freight, apply on board, or to STEPHEN B. TOMPKINS, 193 West street. s32m?rc ' MIK BATH, GARD1NUR ANU HALLOWKLL. MM The new steamer PENOBSCOT, Captain N. Kimball, leaves the end of T wharf, Boston, li^_^UHQLevery Tuesday and Friday eveuiugs, at i Stages will be in readinesa on her arrival at the above }')???? to eonvey passengers to the ueighboring towns. ?PKn/*LE'8 LINE OF STEAMBOATS ?Ul FOR ALBANY. k DAILY, Sundays excepted?Through direct, ri-QCbLZ-Bs *l# M > from lie Steamboat Pier betwees -onrtlandt and Liberty streets. rtTuSa KNICKERBOCKER, Captain A. P. St. lr(,\iiiJivVVeii vsdsy and Friday Evenings at 6 o'clock. ni; VCHESTER. Cn|itain A. Tloughtoa, on a n23av 'Phu^v ?.' Evenings, at 6 o'clock, lnraday, lhuf^ ,out of Barclay street. a. r:.. l* M ? -Landing at Intermediate Places. ' AMEH1CA, Capuin R. G Crnt Wednesda, "i Fnday and Sunday Afternoons, riu.ilMlll A. Captain William H. Peck, (Toesday, Thandav and Sntu ?R* "J^i0 i ftirnngrn iaJ[idk mihcr of t*MS abot? wn/ in Albany iu ampkOM to lake U. ? Morning 1 rain, of Car. for then*? or '1 "Vx boau are ,?w?dl??bj?un|mL are f.r n I steed with new ana etegnnt state r.w?, and for ?|>eed and ac commwlations, are unvivalled on the .*ii*spn. All pevsous are ioibirf trusting any of llie boats of tint line, without an order Irom the Captain. u . For passage or freight, apply cm board, or to P. C. Schnltg, ?t the Office on Use wharf. "Mrt ' rAjp. KOIl LONDON.?Regular Packet of the 10th of J99WNovember ?The first class fa?.t sailing packet ship JHfillaWKLLlNGTON, Capt. D Chadwick. will sail aa ?Having ver> kup?rior accommodations for cabin, second cabin sod steerage passengers, |.ersons wishing to embark should make immed.au, application on No. 100 ' ine street, comer of South. The new packet ship Prince Albert. Capt W 8 Sebor. will succeed the W.Ilington, and sail on the fint of December. lisons desirous of sending for their friends can have them brought out by either of the above vessels, by application as above. " uf KOR NKW ORLEANS.?LOUISIANA AND _?IW>_ II U YORK LINE?Positively first Regular Pack J|2i?et-To sail 6th of November. The. elegant, fast sail fl!IH!!?k?t ship MARIANA, Captain t-rocker. will positively sail oil Wednesday, ftth Novemlier. her regular day. For freight or |>assage. Iiaving elegantly furnished accommo datious, apply on board at k CO., ,,r lo M South street. Positively no goods received after Tuesday Evening, the 4th ^The"I'acket ship Mississippi, Captain Hillard, will succeed ttw Mariana, and sail on 16th Novemlier, her regular day. Shi Pliers by this line may relyinpon having their, goods cor rectly measnred, and that the ships will sail punctually as ad *' Agents in New Orleans?Messrs. Hullen and Woodruff, who will promptly forward all goods to their address. rxb. KOR LI V ERPOOL Regular Packet of 6th Nov JMt^W'rlie splendid first class, fas I sailing packet ship 1N JJgjHIfcDEPENDENCE, t'aptaiu F. P. Allen, will sail as 5I5s?7nier regular day. ... . . . . Having accommodations for cabin, second cabin and steeragr t.assagers. far superior to those of any other vessels in port, per sons wishing to embark should makee,r|y apolicati.j^.n board, joot of Maiuen Lane, or to JOHKrH McMURKAY, o20rc 100 Pine street, corner of South. ~4Eg? OLD ESTABLISHED PACKET OFFICE,81 JMJW.South street?Passage to and from Great Britain and jfifiKlreland, via Liverpool. .Passage can at all times he Tnkaaeinit the lowest rates, to and from Liverpool, by the regu lar isicket ships sailing under the new arrangement every <e* davs. and drafts can as usual be furnished lor luiy amount, paya ble at the National and Provincial Bank, Ireland, and then branches, and throughout the United Kingdom, as well as at all the principal banking institutions in England, Scotland and Wales, Without discount or any other charges, for further par ucujsm. if by letter, THE IMPORTANT NEWS from PENNSYLVANIA. first zauBOTzoxr returns. PROBABLE DEFEAT OF Mr. Clay in Pennsylvania!!! Our accounts of the election held on Friday, in Pennsylvania, are of the moat interesting charac ter. We have the returns from the City and County of Philadelphia, and also from three other Counties in the State?hardly enough, however, on which to predicate an accurate opinion of whnt the probable result is likely to be, but yet indica ting, with sufficient distinctness, in whose favor the chances will be in the State of Pennsylvania. According to the returns, therefore, the chances of currying Pennsylvania are decidedly in favor of Mr. Polk and against Mr. Clay. The first fact evolved in these returns relates to that important point touching the popularity of Mr. Clay as con trasted with that of the whig party?a point which has heretofore been contested with a good deal of pertinacity. From what we have before us it ap pears that Mr. Clay rwu behind the whig ticket, so far as we have heard, in all the counties but one, that is Delaware, and as Delaware county is paid to be the seat of some manu facturers, they probably made a greater effort there to increase his majority, which tuns about one hundred beyond that of the Whig candidate for Governor. In the agricultural counties, so far as heard from, Mr. Clay falls behind his ticket, and in this respect contrasts very unfavorably with Gen. Harrison, whose transcendant popularity was so eminently displayed in the election ef 1840, obtain ing for him a majority far beyond that of the ticket of the party which supported him. The result in the city and county of Philadelphia is also very remarkable. The whig majority in fa vor of Mr. Clay has decreased from nearly 6,000 to 4,500. This may have arisen from the peculiar character of the " native" vote, a portion of which undoubtedly gave their votes to Mr. Clay, thereby showing distinctly that after the first triumphant off'ort of the " native" party, when a new discus sion and a new question comes up, the natives re solve themselves into their original elements of de mocrats and republicans. On the whole, the returns thus far from Pennsyl vania, indicate that Mr. Clay's cause is declining there, and that, therefore, Mr. Polk will carry the State. And if the same general feeling prevails throughout Ohio, New York, and other States, it is very easy to see that Mr. Clay's chances of elec tion to the Presidency are worse than those of Mr. Polk. Betore we come to a final opinion on this subject, however, we must hear more from Pennsylvania. Ail that, we hear to-night will be contained in the Sunday Herald to-morrow morn ing. The returns received to-night will probably reach as far as the foot of the mountains, about Harrisburgli?sufficient to enable us to come to some conclusion us to the result of this great elec tion. It appears, however, that the abolitionists in the city of Philadelphia have polled double the vote which they took last Presidential election. This shows that the whig attacks on Mr Birney, instead of diminishing, have increased the strength of his supporters. Should the same feeling be manifest ed in all the free States, Mr. Clay's chances are of course proportionably and additionally increased. Backs County. [By Special Express for the New York Herald ] Mokrisvili.k, Bucks Co., < Nov. 2?94 o'clock, A. M. J. G. Bknnktt, Esq.:? The Democracy have cause to claim a decided victory in old Bucks. The majority for Polk and Dallas will be about 350. This is the first time she ever gave her vote for a Democratic Candidate lor the Presidency, and even "Old Hickory" himself, with all his popularity, did not receive a majority here. The whigs have made the most strenuous exertions, and the system of fraud and corrup tion which they practised in a certain township, was truly disgusting to every lover of order and de cency. It is to be hoped that that highly respecta Dle and influential body, the Society of Friends, (who comprise the. bulk of the Whig voters in the township I allude to,) were totally ignorant of tht? ineans resorted to by their politicians to increase the Whig vote. A more disreputable scene of drunk enness and confusion it was never before my lot to witness. A few items concerning their system of bribery and corruption may be interesting hereaf ter. The abolitionists generally voted tor Clay, iltliough, as many asserted, it was a " bitter pill." Returns from Bucks County. |Oovetnor? 1841. PreriiUnt?1644. 2ft Township*. Mai kit. 8hunk. Clay. Folk. Jib. Hiickinglium, 384 172 867 15<i 10 Bristol, 139 157 143 1 Hensalem, 153 173 23maj tfedminster, 181 171 173 2(15 Doylestown, 135 144 120 14!) Uoylestown, (bor) 72 130 69 180 FhIIs. 295 85 312 80 llilltown, 211 172 210 189 Lower Makefield, 175 107 176 101 Vliddleton, 241 138 256 136 Vlorrisville, (bor ) 42 30 46 30 Newtown, (bor.) 64 46 66 44 Newtown, (township,) 103 56 106 48 Nockamixon, 57 367 306 maj Northampton, 164 246 164 240 New Britain, 176 137 179 131 New Hope, (bor ) 50 97 48 93 Sole bury, 310 160 306 152 Southampton, 110 168 106 175 Upper Makefield, 200 122 202 119 west Rockhill, N9 241 91 271 Warwick, 127 121 125 126 Wrightstown, 145 31 138 32 Warrington, 45 77 44 79 Warminster, 52 117 59 ll.? Total, 3733 3451 3517 3273 24 The remaiaiag nine townships are strongly demo cratic, and beyond a doubt will give a heavier vot? for Polk than ihey did lor Shunk in October. Your's, fee. O. Pennsylvania! Rlectlon. Gov. 1840. Prnl. 1810. Whig. Dem. Whig. Dein. Count iit. Marklt. Shunk. Clay. Polk Phil city, 9282 5265 9315 536* rtlll. county, 14586 12766 12067 UM0 Delaware, 2069 1493 2000 1166 Bucks, 25 towns, 3783 8451 3517 3273 vlonlg'ry, 6 " 416 416 Chester, 6139 5475 500 Total, 36.809 28,866 27,487 22,193 28,866 22,19;) Whig majority, 0,913 5,291 5,291 ! Whig loss ABOLITION VOTE. Counties. Ort. Philadelphia City and Co., l</7 Delaware, Bucks, Total, KI7 Increase in three weeks, Another Forgery Exposes.?The forgery here alluded towas published in the Courier and Enquirer and other papers in this city. Foro*ry anb Fraud Exposed! T" the liberty Party of Monroe County .- ? A document has just ap|>eared, tuid to bo published originally in " tho Flint Michigan Democrat, Oct. 31," containing, besides other sundry atHdiivlts, a letter pur porting to be written by James G Birney ; in which, among other pawagev, are the following :? " To-morrow I start lor the Kail, and shall not return until after election Mv journey is indispeii.iahle, else a duellist i.nd gambler will >-oon fill the seat ol a VVashing ton, a Ji iter sou, Mnd a JucUion." " The democracy of the county must be well satisfied that I ant rendering them more effectual service by advo cating Abolition ptinciplcs, than if I were openly a De mocrat " And again : " 1 hereby pledge myself te go tor Democratic men and measures ; and (as you suggested in our recent corres pondence,) will forego the agitation of the Slavery ques tion in our State Legislature." Signed James (1. Buuey, and addressed to J. B. Garland, Esq., Maginaw, a Demo crat of that place. This, fellow citizens, is the last desperate attempt of corrupt politicians to seduce thu Liberty men from tneir principle, from their Chief, and from the ballot-box. We pronounce the whole document, a* it apjieors in the Ro ? heater Daily Drmociat of this day, an entire fabrica tion ; utterly unwortby of the least credit. In that print it comes out as '? From the Flint, (Michigan) Democrat, October JI, 1844" We call your ?special intention to this caption : it is not from the newspaper above named, hut the Democrat published it from an anonymous handbill, healed Genesee County Democrat, Uttra; which hand ill probably never saw Flint or Saginaw county. Tne whole document is an unworthy attempt at trick and imposition, but the poor bunglers who got it up, have not even palmed upon the people a probable lie. We un hesitatingly brand it as a falsehood from lieginning to end, got up and issued at tiio last moment, when an authentic retutation from our respected and beloved Birney was impossible. For the conspirators well knew that just at this time he would be on Lake F.rie, or about this moment reaching Detroit, while to-morrow the election occurs in Ohio and Pennsylvania, and on Tuesday next in this 8tato The fraud then, cannot be fully expored until the elections are passed. We can but denounce it, and warn our friends against giving the report the least credit or countenance. We must treat it as a forgery, a? it un doubtedly is. Let then every man, who loves his coun try, and i? a friend ol liberty, go up to the polls and ex Kress his reprobation at this attempt to impose upon an onest people by voting for James G. Birney, the "honest man." SAMUEL D PORTER, L1NDLEV M. MOORE, O. W. PRATT. Rochkstkr, Oct. 81, 1844 N B.? Observe this Flint hand bill ia dated October 31 This poor apology for a lie has dragged its slow length along in ten days ! ! An Extra ia ten days in coming from Michigan to Rochester, mark that! ! Flint is 06 miles from Detroit, 80 miles by railroad and a daily mail?three days is ample time to bring the news to this place. Pardoned ?CoT Ewing, the U. S. Marshal, received to-day a full pardon from President Tyler, for David McDaniel, Thomas Towson, J R. 1). Prelon tuine, Nathaniel 11. Morton, John A McCormick, and Wm. J. Harris, six persons now confined in the jail of this county, under different sentences, tor participating in the robbery and murder of Chavis, the Santa Fe Tradei. John McDaniel and Joseph Brown, it will be recollected were executed on the 17th of latit August; David Mc Daniel anl Thos. Towson were both convicted, but re ceived a respite from the President putting off the day ol the execution to the J 1st of June next. Prefontaine was sentenced to twelve months' confinement, and to pay a fine of $1000; bis term of imprisonment expired some time during last month, but he was still held in custody, being unable to pay the fine. Morton, Mc: ormick and Harris were sentenced at the last April term of the U. H Court, to nine months' imprisonment, and to pay a fine of $1(1 Their teim of confinement would not have expired until some time in December ? St Louis Era, Oct.', 33. A "Scene" in a Theatre.?There was a slight disturbance in the Chesnut street theatre on Wed nesday evening. Mr. Rice, as Bone Squash, introduced s live white 'coon on the stage. The whigs present began to shout and huzza, and the democrats to groan and hiss. A scene of noisy contusion ensued. The 'coon was with drawn, and then the whigs would not permit the play to be continued. The 'coon wa? returned, and the democrats became equally obstinate. Mr. Rice trie-'to explain, but nothing could be hqord Finally, the raccoon was sent away, and tranquility was restored. The whole affair was dlsgracelul, tor we cannot think Mr. Rice intended any political allusion by the introduction of the animal; though ou the eve o( the election that introduction was an indiscreet one.?Phil. Timet, Nov. 1. Murder in Kentucky.?The Louisville Journal states that John Porter, merchant at Stephensburg, Kentucky, alioutten miles from Elizabethtown, was mur dered on Wednesday la't by Marquis B. Brown, a consta ble. Two or three weeks previous, Porter's house was entered by means of talse keys, and his desk robbed of $800. Brown was suspected of the theft, and a day was fixed for hU examination before the magistrate. Before the investigation took place, Brown met Porte-, shot him, und then fell upon him and cut him shockingly with a knife, killing hitn on the spot. Brown immediately moun ted his horse and fled. He is about 36 to .16 years old, dark ?kinned, !> feet 10 inches high, raw-boned, weighs about 140 pounds, bald, liold countenance, hollow faced, with high cheek l>ones. Ship Building is increasing in St. John's N. B. OrtlC ii few days ngo, a ship oi 800 tons burden was launched. It is, however, a fact, that one farm reclaimed from the forest is more conducive to the permanent pros perity of the Province, than half a dozen ships consigned to the billows and buffetings of the oceai. Industry ap plied to the improvement and cultivation of thesoll, con luces more to the advancement of such a country as New Bruniwirk than when applied to any other put|>ose. That Province abounds with immvnse tracts of alluvial lauds, ind extensive ringed of lino fertile upland, which if pro I>erly improved would render it far superior to any of the New EiiKland States in agricultural rnsource* Navai,. ? Letter* have been received from the United .SiatrHnhipMncedoni.in, L'oni. Perry, of the late ol 3d September?then all well?at Palmss, Inland of Orand Canary The ship was bound to the Cape de Verds, to meet the U. S brig Truxton. Scprkmk Court, October Teem.?Rochester, Oct. 29 ?Present,CSief Justice Nelson and Justice Benrdsley.?Joseph Button acd others vs. The Mavor, Aldeimin and Commonalty of the city of New York? Mr. J. Prescott Hall concluded for plaintiff; S A. Foot was heard for plaintiff; B. F Butler in ?*ply. Not n place of amusement In the rlty, we lielinve, can compete with the " Battle of Busker Hill.'* at the Coiis-uin, III |>oiut of attraction ur large and fashionable audi ences. It is a wonderful exhibition, and it is wonderAilly throsged, too. Parents, remember this afternoon at 3 o'clock. V?-1 |i? mi'i Specific I'll In. for the Itadlcal core of gonorrhoea, gleet, seminal emissions, and all moeopnru lent discharge* from the urethra. These pills, the mult of twenty years e?|ierience in the Hospital de Charlie in Paris, are prouounced by their celebrated inventor, Professor Veliieau, as tn infallible remedy for all diseases of the niethra. They r Meet i cure in a inucb snorter time than any other remedy, without 'Jk'nliiiK the breath, disagreeing with the stomach, or confinement fro n business. Price, SI per bos. Sold at tlie College of Medi cin.' and Pharmacy, !>.'? Nassau street. W. H. RICHARDSON, M. D., Agent. Head what Mhcrman'a lioxtngea have done. ?A fetter just received from Mr. Champliu, of Orient, L. I., .lates that Dr. Sherman's Lozenges an- informing wonders <m?n|i the |ieople. and that lb- demand is increasuiK every day. In many cases, when- the I amphor Lozenges have been used lor headache and nervous affections, they have produced imme diate cures, and tlie Worm Lozenge* have eradicated more worms than any remedy tint has ever been know n, lie writes for a large supply, and states that they have never failed to give satisfaction. How majiy there sre who are suffering, and who could find relief by trying these celehraleil Lozenges. They are always to be had at Dr. Sherman's warehouse. I (Hi Nassau st ; or of the Doctor's agents, 227 Hudson sr.gSflHAutvery; 77 Kast Broadway: 1:19 Fulton street, Brooklyn;^^^P(er Buildings, Philadelphia; audS State street, Boston. Rtcord a Parisian Alterative Mixture, for IMMRHMIinrf primary or secondary syphilis, venereal ulcers, nodes, or any complaint produced by ail injndieious nse <>f inarrury, or unskilful medical treatment. All |>ersons sus pecting a venereal taint remaining in their system should us* this |Kiwerful purifier without delay, as no |ierson can consider himvrff safe alter having tlie venereal disease, without thorough ly cleansing the system with this jnstly celebrated alterative, Sold in single bottles at $1 each, in cases of half doien at $6; carefully packed and sent to all |?rts of Uie Union. Mold at ihe College of Medicine and Pharmacy, 9S Nassau st. W. 8. RICHARDSON. M. D? Agent. Kxtract of G'ubebfl, Copal va, and Maraapa rilla (Dr. Glover's. >?This is the most speedy, certain, and ef fectual remedy for tlie cure of Uouorrhosa that has ever been used. It is pleasant to the palate aud grateful to the stomach, and easily taken. It is acisiceutration of all tlie medicinal pro lactin of such remedies as have been found moat efficacious in r?riug gleets, seminal weakness, and all discharges from the urinary iMaaja. It is wholly a vegetable compound, and acts like a charm in pj"<t?eing an immediate o|ieration upon the psrtafected. Full direction. *ccom|*ny the medicine, which may lie had at No. 2 Ann street. r>??? $|. Medical Advice In Private Dlas?w)^xh? members of the New York College of Medicine and fhwmacy, ? itahliiheit for the tiijijncmion of quackery, continue to dli?aj their particular attend in to all diseases of a private nature, and can confidently promise to persons re>|uirsig medical treatment, t safe and |iermanent cure, without injury to the constitution or conlineni?H from busmess Invalids are particularly requested o make application to the College on liie first ap|iearance ol those diseases, as a vast amount of suffering and time may lie bus avoided. One of the members of tlie ( HIlege, for many .ears connected with the principal hospital in Kuroue for ihe lire ol those complaints, attends for consultation daily from I A.M. to 7 P. M. Terms?Advice ami Medicine $5,?a cure guaranteed. IMPORTANT TO COUNTkV INVALIUS.?Person* living in tlie country, and finding it inconvenient to inake per tonal application,can have forwarded lo themachesl containing all medicines requisite to perform a radical cure, hy stating then case explicitly, togetlier with all *) inploms, nine of contraction Slid Ireatment received elsewhere if guv and enclosing $1, post paid, addr-sw'd U> VV. S. Itlt IIAHDSON. \j. I). Agent, Office said Consulting Rooms of the College, 1K> Nas*au|sl. Nov. 208 14 24 241 107 13-1 Canuscu. fCorreipondence of the Herald.] Cl'.mana, (Caraccas) 1st of Oct. 1844. Early Settlement oj the Place?PolUici?Ttie Elec tion? Education ? Law*, tfc ? Interetting Fact*. Of all the numerous correspondents of the Herald, 1 believe this will be the first from the venerable mother of cities in the new world ; a city which should indeed he venerated, being the first founded ou this continent. Its founder, Gonzalo Ocampo, here commenced the good work in the year 1520. The city wna commenced about three leagues to the north of its present site, and a magnificent lor was there erected,which still remains, deserted ; a little to the north of the fort, ou the rising ground, stands the first arch ol the lower of the first church ever erected this side the water, at least since Christopher Columbus made Ins discoveries; 't stanila alone on u barren und forsaken Bpot. 1 lingered for hours contemplating this ancient ruin, ami whs struck Willi melancholly awe at behojdiog iherenmunt ol the first temple erected to the living God on this vast continent, and not the least pains are taken to preserve this venerable relic ; in tact, scarce a person in this city knew of its existence. Cumana was removed from the spot above de scribed soon after it was commenced to be built, owing to the want of water, which the. place ib destitute of, and planted on the limped river Man zanara, three-fourths of a mile from its mouth. 1 The city before the revolution which first broke 1 out here, contained about thirty thousand inhabi tants; it now only numbers eight thousand souls, scattered over a plain and divided by the river above described, and connected by a wooden bridge three hundred leet between the hutments, and supported by wooden posts thirty feet above the water; tnis venerable wooden bridge is said to be one hundred years old, entirely exposed to the. weather, but as sound as the day it was erected ; the flooring planks only have been re newed ; in the centre of the bridge, on either side, projects a platform or gallery with seats, on which politics are discussed every evening. The Cristianos (whigs) occupy one side, and the Labe rales (locofocos) the other. Politics here are carried to an alarming pitch. The election is over and resulted in lavor of the Cristianos by a majority of two votes?the vot<?B are taken viva voce, and the polls were open eight days according to law; the churcheswere designa ted rs the places of voting, fearing an outbreak; and it was supposed the churches would be re spected. Processions every night?fireworks and songs. " Tippecanoe and Tyler too" were entirely eclipsed in song singing, and some twenty days were exhausted in counting the voteg by the city council. Thus, about one month iu twelve is ex clusively devoted to politics, by eveiy class of so ciety ; the ladies, however, are the most invete rate politicians; their whole theme 9f conversation has been on the result of the election. How is it possible that such a country can thrive 1 And is it to be wondered at, this city being reduced from iu former prosperity and wealth to abject poverty. Every free man, over twenty-five years old. is eli gible to the elective franchise, except felons or persons who have been convicted of infamous crimes, or bankrupts who are unable to pay their debts. Bankrupts are, therefore, placed on a par with crimiuals, because it deems it criminal to squander away the property of another perBon. The province of Cutnana. ol which this city is the capital, extends 200 miles from east to west, and nearly the same from north to south, and is di vided into nine cantons, with a population of 68,000; it sends two Senators and three representa tives to Congress; it has every diversity ol soil, very fertile, but from the indolence ot the inhabi tants, ihey are indignant, and but few enjoy the common comforts oi life. There are two clagsep, the Caballerow and Peones; the former are above work and exist in poverty, the latter are contented to exist in poverty and seldom rise above the sphere nature destined them to till. The Caballero dis dains to bring up his son to be an artizan, because it would be degrading, and the Peon has not the opportunity or ability to study the mechanical pro fessions. )g nut ryiQUfi ia admitted into the free schools, and there are but Jew ol either sex who cannot read and write, and in the country they are taught by their mother, or an elder sister, who has received some education. 1 he laws are generally excellent, but frequently badly administered. It requires two witnesses to prove a crime or a debt, but the proceeding!#are simple; to recover payment of u debt, the account or note is filed with the clerk of the court; he issues summons to the party defendant to appear the following day; when the parties meet, the Judge endeavors to effect a settlement between them, hut if they are obstinate, he directs each party to produce the names ot three persons to act as arbitrators; eaoh party then cl.ooses one name Irom the list of Ins opponent, and those two form the court with the judge to try the cause; witnesses may be called and exanuned by either party from dav to day before the judge, and the clerk takes the testimony down in writ ing When completed, the judge cites the two arbi trators, and they pronounce sentence, ihede lendant, il he is adjudged to pay, is allowed three davs betore execution issues against his property and person. Where a law only aflects two persons, they may obviate the law by any agree ment between themselves, leaving them free agents, without the arbitrary interference ol the 1 law. For instance, the legal interest by law is 12 per cent, but the parties may agree upon U per cent per month, if they choose, and can recover, because it does not effect a third party. No per son is admitted as a witness in a civil cause with in the fourth degree of relationship, nnd no person of like affinity is compelled to give evidence in any criminal suit Witnesses are not sworn either upon the Bible or cross, nor is any form ol oath ad ministered in courts ol justice. rlie judge asks the witness il he will speak the truth, and he nods consent, thus acting upon the just principal that it a witness will tell a lie, he will swe<ir to it. Every canton has its courts; the Alcalde or Judge is elected by the people of the canton year ly There are also three circuits in the province, but neither of the judges are lawyers. The supe rior court, or court of appeal, holden in this capital, is composed ol three Judges, who are lawyers, and from them there is an appeal to the supreme court of the nation, consisting ol live judges.? There are five lawvers in this city, but none others in the province. These five do more injury, and create more buffering, it is said, than is derive! from every other source. They prey upon the ve rv vitals of their victims. How, then, can your city survive with six hundred such vampires 1? The Mil ol this city is the only one in the province, and is State, prison, debtors' prison, and lunatic asy lum. It has eleven inmates lor crime* of every description, lour of which have not yet had their trials, and ihe above number includes one insane person. The prisoners draw fifteen cents daily in money, and feed themselves. The prison itself is a little more comtortuble than the best dwellings in this eity ; facing on the public square, the win dows are large, and reach to within three feet ol the side walk, the aj-ertures between the iron bars being <? by ? inches; the prisoners in large airy front parlors, amuse themselves with cards, dice, arc.? Thev hnvc h yard to walk in, tneir friends can call at all hours of the day without in terruption. The only distinction made is, the gentle men occupy one parlor, and the laboring men the other, with a guard of six soldiers to attead them. Situated on the bank of the beautiful gulf of Caviaco, three fourths of a mile Irom the city, is a neat little building, exclusively for leprosy persons of both sexes. There are many persons there af flicted with this most loathsome and incurable dis ease who linger and are consumed by degrees. I am told that love enters this abode, and that mar riasea me here contracted between the inmates, and though banished from their friends and an intercourse with the world, they still find enioy ments. This dreadful disease is Baid to add great ly to the amorous disi>osition ol the afflicted. Not one is licensed to kill scientifically; they are all hunglars. The poor patients cannot die to uik/utn artem in this ancient city. Of amusements there are none whatever. A mail is despatched once in fifteen days, east, west north and south. The highest rate of pos tage to any part of the republic, w twenty cents, not exceeding half an ounce, and in proportion for all letters and packages?newspapers and pamph lets free, foreign and domestic. The mail is not transported by railroads or steamboats, but on the back of a man, in frock and trowsers, barefooted? and a miss-carriage is nevei known. The mail is thus transported at the rate of 40 miles per diem, over mountains and plains The head quarters of the oriental division ol the army of Venezuela, is stationed here. The men look very well, and are in uniform. Officers and men, all told, number exactly sixteen men. I at tended a grand review of these veterans by the General of Division in full dress, a lew days since. They are n very useful set of men, and regular as atow?<?J Jck. The sentinel ?tnken the hour and half hour on a large bell, day and night, without intermission. The clergy are an respectable a set of lellows at* you will meet with any where. 1 don't hear much about purgatory now. The delusion has itbout ex ploded in all Catholic countries, except with the Irish. The Protestant Bible, in Spanish, from the English Bible Society, is in almost every house, and without hindrance of the clergy. As all are Roman Catholics here, they can't turn the Bible to political uses, or to turn tfie school faud from its legitimate channel The Irish have themselves drawn a national distinction in New York, and why, then, complain of the Native Americans ? Hie clergy are elected to Congiess, and the Arch Bishop is a member of the Executive Coun* cil. ? Many of the Iidies are uncommonly handsome. Those of the Caatillian descent pride themselves ot having pure blood, and can exhibit a lilly white cheek; whilst those from the other provinces ol Spain have a mixture of Moorish blood. They all, however, continue to rejec t the vulgar practice of wearing hats and bonnets, live a sedentary lile, and make themselves useful only as playthings lor the other sex. . , ... , . ? .. i have cuts moment received a lile ol the Herald from a friend, via Laguayra I must, therefore, conclude my remarks tor the present, retire to my hammock, and have a glorious feast. Qutdete vd. con diot. S. D. New Hruiiawlck, !M. J. [Correspondence o( the llturaJU. | New Brunswick, Oct. 24, 1&4J. New Jersey Preibyterian Synod?Talk?Prayert? Talk Sermons? Talk ? Talk?Talk?Talk Talk, frr. Knowing the interest you take in all important movements, religious and political, I have thought to write to you from this city of slow-paced Dutch men, giving you a brief account ol a meeting of the highest ecclesiastical body of the Presbyterian Church in this State. The Synod of New Jersey met here on Tuesday last in the church of that elo quent divine and faithful preacher, the Rev. Dr. Davidson. The number of clergymen in attendance was not large, and if one may judge from their physiogno. my there was among them no wonderful array of talent. The Rev. Drs. Alexander Yeomans, Mur ray, Davidson, and Addison Alexander, might be accounted the cream; the others, the skimmed milk, variously diluted, some even to the blueish tint, and therefore, most appropriately members of a New Jersey Synod. The exercises were opened with a sermon on the qualifications and duty of ministers, by the Rev. Dr. McLean, the moderator. Tuesday evening was occupied with addresses ?n ^jubectof Foreign Missions;*? prayer, not re AftSaiheiIh rieV1-?' Wai" m,*de by Rev Dr. Miller. After which a boniface-lookmg personage proceed ed with an address of about 16 or 20 minutes, in the course of which he remarked that while God ope rates in the world, men are used as the means, and it might with truth be said, that all the gooii and evil done in the world is done by man?this re mark, one of real iiractical importance, was pre ceded and followed by a strain of common-place appeals, that may be found ifi'the various mission ary reports of the past ten years He was followed by another in an address remarkable only for con taining nothing remarkable per u After which, the Rev. Dr. Alexander rose, and informing the audience that he had been invited by the Secre ?1ry the "(,ard to say something at a Home Missionary meeting, to be held during ihe session of the Synod, and that his engagement would not admit of his being present then, he would on the present occasion make one remark in reference to that subject; it was this, that the Synod of New Jersev drew more from the Home Missionary Board for the support of the gospel within their bounds than they contributed to it. " Here," said he, |ia a fact for you to meditate upon." And a startling fact it ought to have been?yet it seemed to produce but little effect on the leaden counten ances of the majority of ministers present He then proceeded to advocate and enforce the claims ol toreign missions, and the duties of ministers in reference thereto in a strain of vlouuence, and with an ardoi and zeal so far worthy of en.uiu.mn as that one might well be led to question whether there could be concentrated from one hall the Sy nod the life, energy, und proper appreciation of duties and responsibilities there existed in that old man of nearly 80. Last evening was occupied with a meeting on the subject of Home Missions. An address of greater length than merit was made by Dr Mc Dowell, who was followed by a tall-looking per sonage, who seemed determined to enforce his ideas by violent gestures, about us appropriate to their object as a cow bell would be to a church steeple. To tell what has been done by this Synod ikely to produce any good practical effect, would be a las- of some difficulty and would require much patient waiting. Discussions about Rome foreign missions and home missions, and, us if to carry us back a few centuries, propositions to es tablish Presbyterian common schools, arc the fruits of this Synod. This common school project, so monstrous in itself, ought to receive the frowns of all intelligent Presbyterians. If bigotry must be tolerated, and even nurtured in the bosoms of our children, let us go over at once to Bishop Hughes Wny meet him half way 1 Why boast of our pe culiar constitutional adoptedness to our political condition, while we would strive to lay hold of and warp the human inu.d ? We trust this project will receive nvor no when* beyond the w.ilis tli.it con tained this Synod. No one we know can object to the aiiihori/.ed teachers ol ,i church promulga ting and enforcing, with all their skill in argument, and wpli all the forcc ot a flrrp-beuted conviction, result11 / Irom a laborious investigation, the pecu liar doeii in. s of their church; but when it is pro posal to ist.iblish and totter a narrow heciarian aem-tniess, as the system proposed would, it is time to so,iini the alarm. Seriously, we believe there is no cla.-s ol men among christians, as such, who need more direct, sound and awakening, soul stirring preaching, than minislers of the gospel. Accustomed, as they are, io point out duty to others, iliey lose sight of the fact, that in their sta tion dm ieg of no ordinary character are required of them. Ministers, while there are among them many honorable exceptions, are too much prone to con sult their ease. Instead of corning forth on the Sabbath with burnished armor, ready to do battle against the great enemy of mankind, they are con tent to come forth with the fruits of sufficient la bor only to have beaten out the few theological ideas that have been beaten intothern, into a puir ol slumber-provoking sermons. And when they hear it alleged that the doctrines of their church are likely lo lose their foothold?that parents are becoming indifferent to them, and their children are like lo be permitted to wander beyond their pale, what do these far seeing ministers? Forget ting their own responsibilities?lorgettirig tl,at they are last yielding their just and proper influ ence upon the minds o| the young-that they are transferring it to unlearned, inexperienced Sabbath school teachera?that Bible clashes and weekly doctrinal instructions superintended by them are fast becoming obsolete, and having suf ficient perception to discover that something must be done, and not dreaming of redoubling their own labors, modestly propoae to transfer the keep ing ot Presbyierianistn into the hands of the Com mon-school b urners. Verily, if these men were, like Paul, called to boast what "speaking as a fool," it would indeed be. Fortunately, in the present instance, nothing was done but to talk of the matter I have thoaght, Mr Editor,it wouldibe news through your pu|?er to advise the public of it. Alpha. rioo.MKK. SmcB on thk Taripp.?The Concor-' dia Intelligencer states that the following M?eeches wri handed to them by a special reporter '" fViler ci tizens, thnt ar Ave kimliof Tat iff*?(counting hid lingers) yet. leller citi/en*, five kinds,and you mint decide which kind you aru in favor of at once. Clay and Polk have made up their mind* on that subject, nn t ^o mu?t we. I say thar ar five kind* of tariff*; first the incidental Tariff, which confine* itself altogether to lisrdwar and nut-mrgs , then thar !? tha Protective Tariff, which is intended to exclude Irom our country hollowwar snd wine ; tbeutthar i* the Tariff for hevenue, which goes in for cheap jewiharpa and eight-dey clocks | but, fellow citizens, I'm in favor of the Ad-ve lot em i ariff, that's the Tariff that meets my views, and comes in play as iieautiful as getting up stats It's a Tariff that's under ?tood and easily explainad?erf meaning when wa want money in the treasury to add to it, snd forum when it it "><> lull to take money out; that's what ad-vrlorum means, an I it's the only tsrifl that tnskes both ends m<et and carries on the government ss slick s* a new tai'd wheel in January. (Ureat cheering, amid which th> speaker seats himselt.") , radian Elections.?The Montreal Courier ol i. u? ""y". "'here can be no doubt now, but that His Kxcellency the (tovernor-Oeneral will oMsin ? good working msjority in favor ol his administration snd P?U<7- The Constitutionalist* lisve lo?t hsrdly a seat whrli they expected to win, smLhsve gained many ol Which their hopes were but feeble. OLDKSTABLI81IE1D EMIGRANT PA88AOE OFFICE M Mm m JOHN HKK0MAN, SI 8outl^t?!t7 New i lie subscriber continue* to make arrangements to biinir out puaengers from Great Britain and Ireland, (via Liverpool), ?no may be engaged at thin office, or with any of his urnli in the United States, ou boaid the packet ships sailing from Liver pool eveiy live days?aud in order to afford every facility, Im> will have despatched superior American shi|* in New Vorkaiid Bostou,(every wnekjduriug the year. I hone sending for their frieuds may rely that the same due and ^ligeiit attentionwiUh, U?own tlirm a, heretofore, ?d should any or those sent f?r not embark, tlie roouey will b? refuniled, a* n'lim"lu? mon*y to their frieuda, can have ?[!:? Mu Tnf ?? k*chau?e lor sum* to suit, Iiayable ou de cline") ^.f2.llowl"? banks, (wtthont discount or any other I ji Bu,Ul %>n k C? vBuskara. Loudon: : ? Liverpool; [lie National Provincial Bank of Branches throughout Kugland and Wales; York fe^Muki^c"11 Uri"Cl""; B'raUB?1-m Banking. o.; IKK I. AND?National Bank of Ireland and Bnuiclwa and Provincial Bank of Ireiaud aud Brauclies, iu all the principal towns *roughout the Kingdom. inucipat St.O I LAND?Kasteru Bank of Scotland and Brandies (Jreeuock Banking ( o. in Glasgow and Onieuock. .kif/rSK V*"1"'" ,u ll" r'>uutry and wishing to send moner ... their lr]rii<J?, may lusure iu being do??? M^aActoriiKi ou UM?ir remitting the amoujir ?ent. with die name andaddreta of (Im* r*<??'u for Whom it IS iiiUM)<lt*d; a draft for tlie ?mount s;&? 6,'isSbfiS:' ""k" ? ""i ? South it. LIVERPOOL PACKETS. jOEl 0i. M. m. Tli Liue'ol rackets for LiyerpooHvill hereaflj^n!* K'v'fiTl fc I i?g ?*cei'?ng that wlien the sailing dj> falls ou Sunday, the shipe will sail ou the succeeding day Th>'( AMBRIDOE, ^wT'h , > ?ci 1 No*. |J TtaSNIMjuft*' ???"??* A te '! lOU*'u o I 1 Si1' 18 Dec. I TheOXKOKD, 8" $? '? #?! MO tons, J Nov. 1 foe 16 lTio MONTKZUM A?a'bOUr' flTi ?| ? louo tons, J Nor. IS Jan. i Th. EUROPE, A-B'Uwbw./jtSrfc7 ' 611 t9P*i, \ Dec. I Jan lo The N y W Villi V- h Utbrr' V 1 M?V ?? the INKVV YORK, (new,) I Aug. 16 Oct 1 9J0 tons, 7 Dec. IS Keb. 1 iv columbl!. B' '? ft? ,j 70? ton, pan. | Keb. IS n- vrmuHinuv / c.ole,f May i jUUe is lie- YUKKHIHIIK, (uew.) I Sept. IS No*. 1 """I) OKI >fc"- ,6 Mllreh ? T.? u, D. U. Bailey (May IS July | , ? ,i.'^ t'1* a"' not ""'Passed iu point of elegance or comfort by??y *e^U*"thST^UOU,, th"r fa" ,,ul,ug <Jua''"r* ?fommander. are well known as men of character and ?"'l Uie strictest attention will always be imid to promote the comfort and convenience of jiassengt-rs heretofore ,ty' " '"** ^ day of be observed at ?St^Aswsxi 3 xteax?sini iihleelfn,reI,^l-,1,,U"> or 0.WU,',? ?>?p? will be resi?.n muIu h?IS! LVfl! or l'*cltages sent by them uuleas ^e. apply to * "" U'er,!fo'- F,r f"-'*?>t or p? r ?u HyFo'au VP? w 8Su,h *treet. i?f ???dofBAi^g^toy'^,8l^,y |,jffyOK 1,ROSt^S^AT BKITAIN AND IKKLAND can iiiMte the .necessary arrangements with the Subscribers au<l i'mm 'l ,MW "'.l'1'* ,ulrn"r Line of 1'acketa, Sailing Thev wmTr.' Ir'unc,,.!ally 00 , ' 7ltV?,,d l9th of every month 1 ?ey will also have a firit rate class of American tradinir shins SK" d?>n'; .fford;n,weekl7c,,CZc?K irom that |x>rt. One of the firm, (Mr. James D Koche I is patch' "r th'V ?hall be forwarded with care and des Should the jarties agreed for, not come out, the money will Th,akU,k hT without iuTredu?tiL.r ,i 3r II ,ack Ba" ?r t?l<l,I-i?e of Livepool Packets, comprise fef SSTjr "S? VORK. '?^ISd ?W?^k?,CA. wii?lSSup iHin whieh'hi T V *? '.<,r.wari1.for? continuance of that sup {(i/J. rre grau-ful1 e,t"ldrd 10 t>M'm ?? ">?ny years, for which Those proonding. or remitting money to their relative* can ? all nines obutin Drafts at sight for any amount. drawHire" ou the Koyi Bank of Ireland. Dublin, also, on * ' M?4rt- l'KKS?;oiAr, OKdTE. AMK9 k CO. be paid on dernaud at any uf the''B?uiks"or"heir Undl Hcoiland aud^W^'alr^'' BOCHK, BKOTHKKS k CO. Hi !? til ton street. New York, N ll _Tk. mi i i r in,,t ,1"?f {? Kulton Bank, w. u. I he OIu Line of Liver|*ool I ackets sail from this r?ort fng toViX' niVi" J" i?'1! "f -?ch mouth. Parties return tage to select tills laviM H'1 rl",1(.,, lV t,M"'r comfort uid ad van ??i^e tii juiy otlier. """ H"" convey wee. m p?fc,. jeli iin*rc jaLnlPMyurWc**!.*" uiling Ship ISA jXBt days Bright, will I* de?i*tclie.l m a few ?nj^w"?ii?uie^m * mo'1 ,U,rabl* c"n*'V?nr. for cabin Kor passage, a|>ply to JOHN IIKKDMAN, ? . SI South slreac. ^??bst all times for sale Drifts from ?I to ?I0MI, payable t all the priuci|ukl liankuiK Institutions throughout tlie I intra Tb'pmsw . s , r5"^ "KKdWOTTsi bir lowHt rHi kv i J r . ir"" 1i.""rP0<'1 ?u, Im secured at tin lUhtlfilh rlm*. of >"IC"?U wli'ig on tlie 1st. Stli jyA ec month, ou at plication u above. ItS- ., "fOH UVKKPOOL-The New Line-KeguUr '1 r. '*c No'^oiber??The splendid New Yorklnnlt JHMK.Pacl.et Ship HOTTlNtiUKK. Captain Ira BorsWv /? Ions hiirtheru, will sail as above, her retculsr day unsurimsse!iVt-' ''""'ff' ha*',", WV sniwrior accommodations, r47.'"eii,^?^irp,,or,,ur"' a,,",y "? ??b?.": WOODHULL It MINTI/UAS. Price of Passage 1100. " 8oBlh '*??? W?AE ?WKKT V SONS, NATURAL BONK ? f'l I KJIH? rflf/s uisti'ud nt ?/ugtakrs Unfit innhmt darkntm. truth inntrml oj $tu))idlly, irnlilu tntfratlel firtiim -I intend opening a School .a'Am.terd.n.."m" J r ? New York, on the .t of January, IMi, for ihe pnr.K^of n-' ?iriicting youth of both ?i'in in my new discovered science of ,1 . , f J "it Botany, by mechanical [mx ess, by natural riiVL" "" hl"n*" feuon. ajid self study, without the use of old books, or without the old practice. Only to .how til mistaken idea, of thousands of yews, and tlie little improv "ne,a woIlITr rift l*" m",,r,k*^U R,ld. ,no*t lieed. il science iu the world for all classes of human and animal creation in relief of sufferings. My pupils will lie r.cluded from tlie need of resur ITihllcl l'J-,w,'r" lo ,r"n hone setting. It will comprise living subjects for.lamination and operation, human*, animals fowln Ol the air and fish of the ?, to I* a, aK,?u. under the^ AlmigMy J" a thnmselves oul y. Mv medicine is simple' of my owu i^imposition, used by me fifty years, to great relief' ? ven when the same, as tire, or leeches, or c u|?, used iu the olij practice, have not injured or destroyed, I am able to telieve or 7re?a<hi?'lf. ?i7h, VW?ii I,at'f"u "lesirous to consult me, who are able to get there, will receive attention, and may l? Lei'^lL 1mi?> """ y ; any on* whose case is toodfaperete to If ' will receive attention at home, by addressing to us |ii duty to Clod and iny awn soul,, and my fellow < raatures mv . 7\ 'I'T""1 " 7 h?.rinK of pr,ct.oner.~re?I ?ome from being relieved by me, or after I have relieved, try mi 0 i-ersusd.- them out of their own senses, lo that effect, i ,1.. 1 end on self*evidence as t)?e itrentth of my prartice>-tliey hurf iheir Iriends and not me. I have no wantof employ liy all their nosrepreaeutatioiis, and lliemselves, jf any conscience w. eal t'^'ba'^'hirn V l'". 'l'" '?l?" old proverb, wow ?*at tne ha> himself or |?*t the at rut it n l-.lt*rrr STRANGERS BEWARE. N 'I HIS AOE OK UUACKKKY AND HCMBUO, it i? ? VT?JVi T.V l'hy?ician?DK. J ioo a 1 ** rem,,r,,l his t)|il Oalen'. Ilead Dispensary to Ne 2M Pearl street, corner of lleekman street, where he continue, bis most extraordinary cures of all delicate diseases, no matter how complicated. II. amirises tlie citizens and strangers thai there IS no'Dr. Kvans in hi. old stand, and that he Imu no con nection whatever with any other office. ?l |fem ^.lr 'J!' Wn?,M w"" ? to do a Tmwo, ? Ii? W.inrM Wmii ? ro do it Riomt." V^IH: rroin v lud cold I had a .evere coukh, violent catatTh hoarseiie-j ai d sore throat, and was cured by usiag y?ur n cedent ( ringh I andy WALTER SMlth To Dr. Mobs'* No. st. *0H DiTi"?? MOHAN St OL'tiH <AIVDV will IpeffonniU speedy heln !r (?me ol need, for < olds and all affection, of the Lungs |( can he had at Ihe Drug stores all o?er New York and v^inity * n otI'iT" v"' "'k1?' M?n?r*ctnrer'i Drag Store No 203 Dirition <trret. whnletsle snd retail. p| jr? rrc VJOTH C.-1 Mlirm'of DKL? LISCH It BOVlNU at iT ??Jiayr* ?">*"'? b"" <li?;?lved by mutual consent.the umlet signed remains chanted with the liquidation. He wifl al^. con tuine ti, transact the same business as that of the are houw under his own name. w t)|, | ri laru LsOI AVWA, October 1, im. W lOATCHK8!?WATCHES AND JKWKLRY ?Those T/wtiowishto pnrchaae Oold orl Silver W.Vehes (J?ld hams, (iold Pencils, Keya, kc. will And it m?nlv iITJb.., ?Is fftfiTIbSf?!! reti'iTmuchC|ib*P' W,h" " I ?r.?* ?K'' H^V1 ?*h www than aay other honae iu the /? i ? <?W **? and ?? each Watches ' JT LV *,rhaf?Ml bought. All Watcliee .ear . I I I P f""* 11 ^'.or the money returned. Watches, ?? II? iT .w*'7 r*l*lrTd 10 ^ mauner and warrants^, -t much leas thjn tlie usual price*. i ? ? ' lmjM?rterof WstrJies and Jewelry, oI lm ec Wholesale ami retail, JH Wall St., up stair* V<?'? i< k?'1,? AMATTfTRS (TFPTSTOl. fflooTlNti ~v. C ARMAN, begs res|ierlfully to announce to his 'lends and the nnhlic, that he has hired eotnmodion. apart oent* in the iiewly erected building, comer of Li.penard aireei od Brondway, which lie has lilted op without regard toet ?ense. and intends opening this day. Tuesd. y, 1st October, as a MOOTJNO OALLEnY, where he will Be hippy to acom lodate all who may take pleasure in the amusement Every itention will lie paid to visirora, and their Comfort carefully iiivided for ol lm*rc f AR l>??oolie(i. 'lira pure l.eal Lard, in very Ane order an ? * condition. For wile in lots to suit purchasers, by ?* K K COLLTw It CO. M hoi ll, , KLI'HO'S FIRST (PREMIUM ANGLESEY J|0 ??TKKKT- lb* eminent luiftons M; throughout h.urope and by the inoat distinguished of iheir ofenioual brethren in tlie I nited Stale., and allowed hv all to 'lie nearest approach to nature hitherto produi eil lutrodua I into tin. counlry, and made solely by WM. SKLPHO M) ring ?tr.et near Broadway, New York. Term, moderate, <1 niuiNiMitahle references given. I have .een tlie artificial lee of Mr, Selplio; its construction 'pears e?ce||ent and well calculated to an.wer all tlie objeeig ?sired. But the best of all i. the proof of those who wear tem, this i. pnaitive and undeniable. Som.- of in* fri. ' bom I have mutilated, infoiui ph.- thai lliev are *m- rn.i l< I 'hers." VALENTINE > i ITT, uJ Im'rc I'rofeasor of Surgery, I'aitersiiy ol N. w i uik,

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