10 Eylül 1847 Tarihli The New York Herald Gazetesi Sayfa 1

10 Eylül 1847 tarihli The New York Herald Gazetesi Sayfa 1
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/ TH] %ol. XU1. No. MlW_Wbol? Mo. *819. THE NEW YORK HERALD I SSTABL I8HMENT, Rorth'WMt oorti?r of Pulton and laHi MS. JAMES GORDON BENNETT, PROPRIETOR. CIUCirLATIOW?tTOKTV THOUSAND. D AIL ir HP.H ALO?K??ry (1st. Prie? 2 cnliptt e?PT? > tlr*i wn?w?|j?yibl? in &dv*.uc?. wt'V.HJ.V HEUALO? iivry Saturday?Pric? U4 ttau ?rr truPV?UK canta ) amnm?in adTana*. nv.(< ALLi rOR K'jHOrK-Er?Jv SUttin PackM dayPhi*? * Mr ?> p?t oopy?tb P?i i.nnnm. rfirludiiitf po?taf?. ptv iblr in idvviu tKM4ri|>tiuua nud aavtrtu^fnanla will M tr?riv?d ky Oali/u.mi, II rut Vinsuiic, Pwij ; r. L Si . o?Ci. 13 Coruhilj. nna John \1i'|i*t, tJia bookaellix, London AN M'AX PICTORIAL HKR VLD? Publwlmd on th. lit o< Jnu.nry "f ?*eh vanr?cot * induce cach. _ . * l)V )taT18^MILNTs,m tlx a.nal i.xire?-^wv? f"h. '? n)rn.:?e. Ailr?rti*emeuu?liould h? writwn in ? plain, leffibl* u luorr. Th* Proprietor will not b? rraponaibln for erron (bat all kinds ?xecnt?d b?antifnllr and wkk AH fVnertor communication# by awl, addrwood to Um ?ct*lilithoiAni, inntt b? pott paid, or tho porta*# will DO oo 'K* ?nlMcrii*t<nii " ' Cnra will run a] Ibllovra, until fnrtlier nolle*. Up traini WiH laav* tin City Hall for iiuWui It JdyrrUian*. i'orham b Tnckahoa PlaajiujtTil t, 1 jo A. M. Will'malir'g*. Il.irl'a nod Naweaatl* ? " A..*w S Jtt A. M. WliiU Pl'iu. aodUid. j ? T " 7 A. M. WiTuickTilU 9 " It " 10 " Caotou Ka!U It ? 11 4 T. M. 7 A. M U " 1 P. M. I to " 4 P. M. 1 F. M. 4 ^ I IN 4 I W 5 M 5 M " 4 M " fUtaroinf to Now Yor? will lritr?~ Morrnitfi* fcHarlem. Vardbam. Will'm?Rr'ra. Tnckahoe 7 04 A. M. ? 5J A-MT 6 45 A.M. 7 JO A. M. Ill " 7 55 " 7 50 " ? it " 9 " I n " 9 V ' 1 JO P. M. 10 " IIJJ r. M. II .9 F. M. 5 51 It J? P. M. 1 44 " 1 41 " White Pl*na. * " 5M " " 7 10 A. M. I " 15 " ? 01 " I JJ " fin" SI ' 7 44 * 1 P. M. # " ? II " ? J# ' to* " F!e<uaatrilU. Now Cutl*. Bt.lford. Whitllckville. I II 4 M. I AM. 7 51 A M. 7 45 A M ft It P M. I P M. 4 51PM. 4 45PM Crotou Fa/Ii. 7 30 A M. 4 10 P M. Tke train to and from Ootau Kill* will not stop oa New York l*]aed, exeept at Broome (treet, au-1 JJditreet. A car will precede each traia ten miaatm, to take op puaangera ia lh^ e*y. Tlie laoraiaf train of eari from Croton Fill* will not (top bejwtea White Plain* tad New York, eioept at Tnrkuhoe William'* Bridge, and h\>r dbam. Extt* ueia* oa Aaaday* to H&rleia and Merriaiaaa, if Rae w#Mber. fauca* for Lake VTaliopaekaad Danharr leareCroton Fall* oa arriral ef Ibe 7 u'eloek A. M. aad 4 P. M. trauia, and for Pawrnaa ? arrival of the 7 oMork A. M. traia. rm rnoM new vokk i Te Craioa falle .....$100 Te Whitfiakrill I7K TeNeweawle . 75 Te PlaaaaatriUa > WVute PlaiJU.,, .. M Freight tmia* leave City Rail at II M. and at 7 P. M. Retaramf, leare Cratoa "** ?t 7 i M *ad 9 *' M. " To T BLA V JLLLKKS UOINU BOOTH NE^T^^IOST AO^F^ ne*sbo s RicliBUMd.Pe'.e.ahn'f, Va., Staunton, Va . and A* Vi.enia Bptinjik. Weldrta. V C., aad Charieeton, 8 0. The public > i?fo toe.) th*t tne new ud apleudid low iveararttiMav POTT MATTAN (e?L?ecti.g wi:h the Great Wii' hit* at i reek.) I?vm Comiaerre atrert wharf. BOnaaiie. ?v?rj CuMdtr aad Friday Ereuiof, at 8 I'. M., toi Ik* a??ve p?i?a Thjoafli-iictet* to Riebmnad $ 4 Petersburg. 6 " We dou, N.C 9 " Stauaton, Va It ' Chaileeta*, 8. C 17 Beluf at tha aama priae mere direct aad eipeditioua, and loach vara eetai* taaa lha <"haae|Nia?e H it and Jainca River Li*a,?all ike wide and rough porti n of the Bny, belwaea the aiearti of ilia Potomac anu Old Point Comfort, beie* ??lir*ly tveide.l by thia line Travellera iraadmed tkat toe line hereby adrertiaad ia part aua parcel of the (J ant Mail Live through Virginia; and that it i< tha Hataatio'i m(tha reuipuiiea cninioaing the tiieu Mail Li?e. tk*t Mataagare ahall be couTarvd bf them, iu connection with uie Po r* hat'au, altera aa cheaply aa br any other liae aad "uU aan.a comfort. e*ye.litiou aua certainty, than bf any etna: lie?i except ihe !iue ria 'Vaahington. t'oi fa. t'jei fa titala'i, iuuuiie at the Siutliern Railroad ofIce Pratt atree., Belfimore; el 8toctt?m fc fall, or at the tae Ctfwaaeree atieet wharf; or, on Tueadara and k'riduyi, on baai4 the P*ahattaa. of O. .V. tHJNNfCLL, (-apt. ft B.?Travellere ?y theabove line will bear in mind that th?v have two buara mora ia Baltimore thin piaaengere by t.e .kee^peeke Jar aad JaaiM Hirer Boat*, and yet reach aay peiat evaih of Paterabu'C at the umc time with tlieee laat, even wk*a (bare ia mo breach of oonnexiou by the Bay Line. __jy? ?n4?r _ NOT1CIC.?Kor the better accuiatnod .iiou r - the public (aa tha dnya a>e becoming a^t&.iffirF^NRl?a'o.t*i), ilia Steamboat NbW PHILADELPHIA >i I. eu asd af'er Moudiv ueit. leave New Bninawick a' }e m aa.ee ?aat 6 o'clock, aad New York at 1J minutea paat 3 a'ah ck. e'oopiea at lb* regular landiega The it 4 HIT *N wi.l e onione at her old honra,at 7 o'clock from New Bui awiek *ad 3 o'clock Irom New York, running Ih" M?h w.tbwataiatipintf. , R .ih buats Imti: r-III th* foot cf Barclay itrcer. K re tu bt Sew PloUilatpbia. t>V ecnts; Kari.au. 12J< cents. New l?mn?wiek.6epi. 3 18*7 ?8 :lil?*fc L~, tfT* I Ky ISLANx/ i LA tk l .-Ui <oi<l . *. after KKIDA\, Sept. lOth, 1817, the straw< fc,)rt,SFLfH and STATRN irfLANDKR Will make ihe fallowing trip* aafii <n.#>er uolice '..E.iTK VTHITtRAI L At 7, ?, 10, 11. A. M., 1,1, tan inmntea put J, aad at i, S, 6,7. a}airw?V p M. LSATS OUARANTinE. MM 9, If. II, A. M., aad 1, ?, J, i, 5, 6XX.MW?w 1-tx /a't. #th s8 "NDTIi K-HOUR CHANUhlD KKOM r 7 to* o'clock.?Ou and niter .Monday, Sept. t, iba Albany ?ad Troy k>euin| Line of steamera, fc* P1A.-.. Cept. It. B. Macy, ana COLIJ.i BIA, Cnpt. W. W l usper, will leave for Albany aud Troy at 6 o clock iutieaH of 7 as I ? erofoie. sfirh PKOPi.K'd I INK STEAMBOATS KOR r.oWC^BO^ LB Y> Daily, Sundays Eicep ed ? MWOaDklhi Tnroiiuli Direct?At # o'clock, P. M., from the Tier batwceu ( ourtouidt and Liberty streets. HteMiibo.it ISAAC NkiWTON.Capt Wra H. Peck, will )n?ve ou Monday. Wailueaday, and Friday evenings, at 6 ? StMinboat HENDRIK HUDSON, Capt. R. O. Crn'tenilen. ?111 leave ou Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday evenings at 8 unlock At Five O'clock. P. M.? Landing at intermediate placet? froin the foot oi Ba cny atree;. Steamboat SOCIlE'iTe.R, I'aptiiu K H. Kurry, will N?? oi> Mn.iliy, Wedutsday, Friday aud Suml.iy a^f moons, at 3 o'clock ateiiuboat MOUTH AMERICA. Capt T.N Hnl.e, will lo i?e. a luetdav, 'itiaraday and Saiarday afternoons. at 1 o'c oi k Th? above boata ?ill at all tiniea arrive in Albany in am^le time for the Morales Cars fur the East or West. Criojfh* t?ken at mudcrate rate*, anil none '.nkeu after l>; o'c I o-W, P. M. O" All persona are f "bid trusting any of the boats ol this lis .. * i li. ut a writ'ni order from the captains or agents. for p -si?k- or fieigiil, apt It on btmrd the boats, or to P. C. Si HUI..TZ a the "111re on ihe ? h.t; f. r.K ih ~ A., ?OH MHREWSBLKi, OlUAN HOUSK ' 4- Lonu Branoh. Kunsom Dock, Brown's Dock, * ' Molalerown and Hed Bank.?The Steamboat ORI'H C. Price, Master, will rim as follows, from Kuftoa Market blip, East Hiver Leave New York. Leave Shrewsbury. O'clorfc O'clock. Krolny, 10. at 7^ A.M. Fiidty, 10, at 3}4 P.M Maturdiy, II at 8 A.M. BalHrday, II, at 4 I'M. f> li-v yi ?| 8 A.M. Sunday. 12 at i P.M. Monday, IS. *t bW A vt. Monday, '3. at 10 A M. Tt??lar, 14 at 7 AM. To-aday. H.atlOtfAM. Weduei ay, IJ, at A M Wedn?tilay, li.nl 11 A.M. 1 ha J.iae dtavea will ma K) Howell Worat, fclOftn Village snd *'ree!sold. (iDwn t> court 7 pnaaengere to all part* of the eonalry. V H All pertona art forbid trnstmv the itbove boat on ne r.uat of tJir Owniri. J P ALLAIRK. ?2 <il'-f _ _____ ..*?? Ft. 11 SHuB W'8oL kV, LONO EKa \CH, - * ^ "ou-e, I* W. wc!i*&ck'a. II :vhi tn Jh - Huninm and K 'lnntowii I audniK. The Kim, bo?(KL>K|N LK>VI*>. i? IUviwi, will rna an follows, from I lit of B?r Ujr ?tre?t, Naith rivir: /.tnae Nrtc York Leare Shrewsbury. OVI ... O'llora. JPi.diir I", *t 3 P.M. Sltu.djy, II, -tSX A M Si ii day, 11, .ii V4I' M. Moiid*v, 13, it a \ M TiiwiI r, ll,<tl?AM. WeHi,eaaay, li.a'UKAM. '1lumday, 16, ?l II AM. K nUf, 17, *t 1 f'.M S in day, in, at I F.V1. Moudiy, }0,at 1 P.M? 'J'uwiUy, II, ?i I T M. Wedu-tda*. 2J,r.t 3 P.M. Si i*? will be <1 rraJiiu at on lU artiv.il of the boat to conT t Ii ? e .|{?i? '(> all carta of 'l>? cuanfry. Kor fii't.ier ^artienlaie apply to P, B. H-ll.at tne office on tli* * 1 a I 1' *' ~rm orT'omri i N i .vn vTTTT 7TT7 t?j? , .j^a *lb*ny. l/tlci S' M; rtiracuv it-, Oiwrgo: 1 wiwflHw 11 Km lienor. $2. MalFalo. *2; U??tland, tl; UiiMii.fl; Milwuuate.lC T>\ Chicago, <4 Ji; Cincinnati, *"i7S; T.-ronu) -nd llvnltou, tl; Wnitetaall. >2; Montreal, $1; Pitt-?b?JrK. $6. Oift.ie, loo B.ucUy Any a?cantf remiired will of giren for th? fullilmrut of all eontricu made wi.n ihii cum:>*uy. an IS J?t*rc M. ij KA?. \i/'n< | New York. 1817. /H CONE"y"IBLAND~i?hKV -The well 'JCfyieH*known iteainrr AMC.HlPAN KAOLE. Cap1 H Wf miu Ueo. II Power, will rna reifu!uly during the mwiii 10 (.oney lnUnd, landing at Kort Humihon, ?? follows:?Leaving Pier No. 1, at 10, 1,4. A fine Cotillinn Hand e i- n 1 .j if* tli a h. r. aa4 461* re ~ IsttW DAY LINK OK t .Ml -^OPPOSITION BOAT# ALBANY, I, ailing ? Van Cmirtlandt t Newbnr?li, 1. ' i" Ki'i<tti)ii < ajd lindtoi,.?Kar*- '0 cent>? 1- ' -it,a i.'inn- . " -,rd v r.'.i iiililr am .Ve'itne r HOW i, H ILLIAMH. ^ t r jriMit. i'env'l'tt, I .inr? liy? ml F-wnnUyt, at anlf-pntt I r<.iu 1* ... ?i in-, , Mntiinaon -.rre-t. tone! ing at "i.iikI?rre*l rarr (.'n, Vnrk, ? " >. -v ?" < f Ifiv.a, or to ti*o foot At ^i1 tmi lUIKi - 1 i> < -W vsaticir ? ,v? boau on r.e mvlflf!, -IbNi'Iu LINK HOh VI 1A,'r~ihj ; ' * ;1'1 V ?ni 1-1 rii?^'ia,a Laiidi. ki. r.UTW*: IliailifVt,' iunl Uiiieari.B tHiard u..* IWt. ! ? .tiMnSin TIIOY, Captain A. OoiiUVi, .< 1!' Iej?? iii? ' >le'"-tt pier f<y>t (./ Okrclar t'lne', Moii'laya, ?l?at<ia*?, ?*.l r i ulaye, at M?en o'eloe<A.M. HttaiaiBi. ? ''.i*i>ppn?re4?yji, '1 lie Hteninei MA<*\IIA, Oept. H L. Rellogg, will leave flie *t<*niboit Pier foot of Baral iy ureal, Tueiday, Tlmndiy and Scerday, at linlf imat an o'clock, A. M., rciurniBf on tb? Opi">tite Uayt. X7*" Fare it Ceate. E NE1 NEW . OCEAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY.?Ucited Statra M?il Liue to y^w:/rr">k '.owea a?'t Sou'hamptoa, nail Brtmeu. ? The aplendid new ?t auiahip WASH I NO- a 4 ^HBBbiT(iN HiOtoua burthen Frederic Htyitt, comuividrr, will at >rt from N?? York on the 23d 8eptfiaber, I nrryim thj United Htatea Miil. 1 She will tou4i at Cowes and Southampton to land paurn- r era and l'rriglil. aud deliver tur mtila f?r England, Krance aud j Belgium, and will tbeu prjeaed to B emerhavm. ileturmug, j will 'eare llrpmerhtveu the IVh October. a 'I he WnahiiiBtnn i? built in tho atrongeat maurer, with a view to being ronvened iuto a aliip of w tr,and auhject at any tunu to inrpi'Ction by olBcera appointed by tlie Preaidvnt, belli duriugand after cjuatrurtinn. S!.o ha* two euginea, of 1000 hone power cacti, and accom- .* moditi.wa for *? paa>eugeri. 1 P?.uue from New York to 8ou'lismpton or to Bretnta, *130. Paungn from B einen and Soutluinpicn to New York. $l.<0. * She Will carry about 300 toua freight, which will be chaffed . accordiug to the uature of the good* tftoin* All Iniera mutt paaa through the "?? Office. Parrela, for whitli bil.a of ladr a will he aigncd, will be chnrg*H $5 each. For frright or paaaage aplfly at the office of the Ocean Steam li Navigation Company, ti Willi im atreet. corner of Wall. f K MILLS, llener.il Agent. e Agenti at Southampton DAY, < llOSKEY Jk KUSS. I " at Biernen ('.A. HKINKKEN k CO. " at Havre WILLIAM ISKLIN. a he aecond attamer of the line ia iu due cnurae ol const ructii n and will b* ill readineaa in the emiiiug fall an29rh ^ . - KUK H\VHE via CHEKBoUbO- . 1 ne?teanuwp ?t.vv ? u 1* win leave oil SHrtiiKsiher regular day, Weduewtay, the lJth ii.it i Price of cal'iu ua??age, (120. The ihip ha* I manei|x*rieiicrd nurgeou Lette muit rau i thr ugh llm ]ioit office. k'ur pau.ige or f eight, npply to c 16 'J 111 AV MAR at Co . 31 Mouth itreet. - ? ?- _ FRENCH TRANSATLANTIC "TV "i "1U"1P COMPANY.?The ihipnof t'"5 e<)mPu>V *" appointed to tail aa fol1okrom new york. The PHILADELPHIA on the lith Annul The MISSOURI " " Slat The NEW YORK " " 16th Sept. The UNION " " 10th ,r l? ROM HAVRE. The NEW YORK " " 15th Atutut. The UNION " " Jlat ^ Theie Steamer* are equal to any afloat, with commander* of tried ikill anil known ccurteay. Their atate room* and cabina are unusually coinmodiona, and they are provided with every thing re<iuiiite for the comfort of pa**enger*. The pricp of iMiiace in the firrt cabin from New York i* $130. From Havre 1,000 fmnca. Wine* are not included, bnt will be farnuhed at moderate rate*. all letter* muit pa** through the pott offlce. For freight or pasaage, a;>plv to an' rr. AYMAR h CO.. 34 Booth itreet. BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN royal mail steam ship, isootoa* "S?HH?LMd 430 lior*e power each, nnder contract M??^fciwith the,Lord* of the Admirality. j HIBERNIA. Captain Aleianuer Ryhe. CALEDONIA. Captain Edward O. Lott. t BKITTAN'NIA, C aptain John Hewitt. CAMBRIA, Captain Charlea II. E. JudkiM. < ACADIA, Captnui William Harrison. I The fouriteamship* now building are ! the AMERICA. THE NIAGARA. i the CANADA. THE EUROPA < The vruel* appointed to tail from Boitnn are the i Hiberoia Augtut 16, 1M7 < Cambria September 1, 1847 t Caledonia September 16, 1847 Bri;*nui? October 1, 1347 The vniel* appointed to *ail from Liverpool are the Cainbria Augu*t4, 1847 1 Caledonia. Augnit 19. 1817 J Britmnia September 4, 1847 t'auengen' luggage mint be on board the day previous to . "ailing. ' age money? Krom Boston to Liverpool, $130, do do te >?i ilia, aw. : fo berths secnred until paid Tor. Iiesr ship* cury experienced surgeon*. o freight, exceptepecie, received on day* of oiling. If or freight, passage, or any other informs tvon. apply to . D. BRIOHAM, Jr., Agent 1 AtHARNDEN t C0.'8,i Villi0*"luaddition to the above line between Liverpool lit (Initial, and Boiton. a contract has been eutered into with Her Majesty's government, to eatabliaha line between Liverpool *ui 1 New York direct, The steamships for thia Mrrice are now being built, and early uext year doe notice will be given of the time when they will start. (Jnder the new contract the i teamera will tail every Saturday daring eight months, find i every fortnight during the other months in the year, doing al < ternately between Liverpool and Halifax and boston. ana be < ween. Liverpool ab.I N?w York. tntlr ROCHE, BKOXHKrtb ?i CO?PASSAti- I'O ' ifl^Wyand from Liverpool, per Black Ball Line of Fackets, it'itgfc--i 1 KemitUnces '<> Ireland Ike. The well known favorite packet (hip !>K\V YORK will ail'or Liverpool on Thursday, 16th September,|lier .egnli' day. For tfi m? of cabin, second cabin anil steers*.- put npplr to Captain Cropper, ou board at foot of Beekiuau street, or to the subscriber! The NEW VoKK will tail from Liverpool on 16th of October; passage can ba engaged to come from the old conntry by this splendid ship, or by any of the packets of the Old I Black Ball Liue, to sail from it on the 1st and 1Mb of every i mouih, by applying tons. Tlioee remitting money to Ireland, can have drafts on THE ROYAL BANK OK IRELAND, and ou PRESCOTT OROTE & CO , Raukera, London, which will be paid at the various branches throughout Oreat Britain and Irel&ud. Apply to ROCHE. BROTHERS 1c CO , No. 3i Fulton street. New York, uext door to the Fulton Bank. Only authorised ressenger agents lor the Old or Black Ball Lin* <>l Liverpool packets. ?9 re FOR NEW ORLEANS, witl. dupa'ch.?The "'? ? ?"??' uuling packet ihip PLAI'0, burthan jHHmIQOO tooi Capt. Bearte. Tub aucomm?di.tiont for c this, aecond cabin, and tteerage paaseugert are unaurpatted by aey vcisel i.i port, aud nt a l umber of her p<uucug?r? are alreiiy eugaged, thote detiroua of aecuring berth* thould make early apiilic tion nu hoard, at pier No. 9 E?t Hirer, or to J AS. Mc V1UKRAY, I i3 rre Corner of Pine aud South ttreet*. urn-*" PACKETS FOti HWllt?Second Lin*?'The JCBfifVihip ST. NICOLAS, Eveieigh, Matter, will tail JBnL'ia the lat of October. BOYD It HI.NCKEN, 4 Moire M Wall afreet. KOlt NEW OK LEANS.?Lounauu ar.U New '.{fffeSnw York Line of Packet*?Potitively the firtt and mSKmm oulr regular packet to aail heptember 13. The ncwauaapleudid fn*l aailmg packet ?hip H D^ON P. Paur, muter, la now loadiag, ana will potitively tail a* above, Her reiftilai day. Kor freight or paiaage, having handaoroe farnithed accommodationa, apply on board at Orleant wharf, foot of Wall ttreet, or to E. K. COLLINS, M South (. Agent* in New Orleana, J. O. Woodruff Ik Co., who will pr.-iuiptly forwaru all good* to their addrea*. Po?itively no good* will be received after Saturday evening. 3 tilth 11th. The packet ahip Otwego, Capt. IngeraoU, will rnceeed the Hndaon.auil anil ner r?inlir da* e7 I JDSt ONLY RtUULAB LINE OK PACKETS *OR jMp?WNEW ORLEANS. The following well known, tailing and favorite packet ihipa nave accommodati n.i uuaurpaaaed for cabin, tecond cabin and ateer&ge pattengera, and will i oaitively tail at advertiaed, or paiaage free, i viz :? The HUDSON, Capt. Pnge, September 13th. The OALENA.Capt. Deunit, September <0th. J Person! wishing to proceed to New Orleaiit, will do well oaecure pattageuy either the above packet*, a* thev are all , arit cla?t ahii*, coiqpiaiided by men experienced in the trade, and will tail punctually on their appointed day*. To tecure bertht, apply on board, or to nu3l rc W h I. T. TAPSCOTT, K 8onth tt. ftf- KOK BELIZE, HONDURAS ? Bark JOHN R wtyTy GARDNER, Jamea Pederaen, in later, will have jIImMh lesp.tch for trie above rort. FoTTreiiiht or paatAge. hnvii'g superior accommodationt, apply to the capttiu on hoad, Pier 9. > a>t River, or to aS7t*m F. ALEXANDHE. 28 S'iuth street. FOR LI VEKPOOL?The New Line?Regular riJHPifv paeki lof21at September.?The auprriorfatt tailing l>a< ket ahip QWf.KN OK THE WEST, Captam Pin 1 ip Woodhoute, 1260 tou* burthen, will *ail at above, her i regular tlnv. For freight nr puuge, having iplendid large and coinforta?t*te room- and cahiu, apply to the c.vi'Vuu ou board, pier No. 21, west tide of Hurling mfij>, or to WOOUHULL k MiNTURN, t7 South it. Price of paasoge $ii>0 The new pa- ket ahip CONSTITUTION, 1600 ton?hii rthrn, Cart. John Briiton, will aucceed the Qut-eu of the VV^ and tail on hrr irgular dny. 2<it of October ajft re Si-OK LI V e.itl'UOL?New laine?He*ma. ,*e?et of I6th of Heptember.?The aolendid, faat nailing parket ?hip SHERIDAN, Captaia O. B. Cormih, wn1 pontirely anil aa above, her regul ir day. For freight or paaaafe, having handaome fnrniihed rceommoilntiont, apply on board, at Orleana wharf, foot of Wall trect-orto *" K. t.OLMNfv yi Snorh at The r.icker ?hip OARKICK, Capt. B. J. H. Ttaak, will inrceed/.be Sheridan, and tail on tha JSth of Oct., her regular da* an77 ~T3IZr FoR LlVbKPOOL.?To tail with despatch, fhe ) '!l53C*^ " '? r aaa, faat ??ilinn rennlar Packet Ship WATKK. wSpiUl.' < ' < apt Allen, buithrn 1100 tons, will ail aa ( ar>o?e, hivTi'ig very ?up?rior accommoihtio ? for cabin, ?e- I ro-d cabin cud ItNUia rau>-iig<r? fm > ? rb int abailni g, ahiiuld m ike early apulicat.on on boaid, f"or of Maiden Lint, ill J. McVIUKBAY. corner Tine and "oiith *t cel?. Perionn drtirom of landing fir th?ir friend* n thr. Old Comlry, m i hava iliem b i.ngh'ont by tha above upleit' id I ve??e', or auv Mh>r of the rweulnr li.< ly applying. iS rie fiiiir Si O 1 11 ? K ? Thr conaigii ir. if 20 Mi'Ia. Toba.ro , mgjH|ycon?igned to <<rder, per ihip*. Llh from Nf? j JMHi?i 'rleana, andtne Consignee of III li.Ji w.iol ina kid i. . . u. imud. | ?i same vessel, will call snd receive tli* im.i illi* day, at the office of K K < OLL.INB, if _____ _ M South wrrtt. L&L H,,< LONOON-^RriiUr'r^ckrt of the !?th of J September?The flrat cl*>a fast tailing packet ship JMMKa HI. JAMK8, burthen 830 tons, will sail iu above i ler nvu 'ar d iv. Ilavii k superior accomm >datiotis f?-r cibin, secund cabin a?d U'Tue rn<?eiiK?rs Persons intend.!.,; to emliark should in..ke early appucatiou ou K /aid, loot or Maiden Ui>e, or to J McMURKAY, ?8 re corner of Pin?i and South a: recti I A/vfC POit MA It SKI l,L 8?The superior copi er fw ! jyfxV teind Mill compered shin WAVKKL V, n t Sin ih, .as?CK?t<> he promptly dispatched For Creinht or (iwive, ! I'm wmcIi ?he has comfortable furnished accommodatioua, apply to 1 [ii n*rc IH) T I) V !ll\r.KKN,9Tniitiof Buildings. i Lr.i;E ? KKKKE8 B&ANfllkA?NowUa4ia?at htrT I N. K., from ahip Mary Krancis, from Bordeaux, ii pack, I ffireWof the above well known Bmidiei, direct frointii* honse I or the Hnksciber, in France, Tit. f.ognac. " l.eger Kreies," I Aimag.iae, ' Star," Bordeam, Henry L. L. Chvanette and I Iloc.hel'e Uifayettis brands, pele and colored, in hs|f, ijnarter l and eignth pipes. Alio. 15 \ casks White Bnuidy. of superior Ilnvor. for preserves. Also tu store, entitled to debenture, a i fnll assortment of the above Brandiea, of rarioui vintages from I 1HJ7 to l?IS. Samples at the cilice. 104 Wall street. a..|2 3llfm HK.NKY LKQTR. i VI OSIY LENT?The highel prices adunced in luge ' ITS- .in ' small suina on cold and silver wni-hu, di rounds, ids'*. jewelry furuimre. clothing, dry good-, Stc w. JOHN M. DAVIDS Licensed Pawnbroker. > 23i William street, neir Dti me. Persona received in private jffica by ringing 'I" hell. 1 1 tlHfcAFi r.s i AUl>i'MMi-..\ i ?'i he undersigned ' / fn.-ui?lies ilujis steamers, hi i?is 'i.srding homes and fa- , milie? Willi ill kinds ?f stoies at *l<ol-?a|c prices Arn.-m i.i rmrk may b* l"nui.d groceries, linuort, legnrs fine ? ,n, t > it I, ukett iJuc f). M"ntnhelloand Heidi ck ( li?uii.ir;ne: Mt> " li?lf . S. lt? bl?f:k and ureeu l'?a will he fold at jire.it Inrgaina J to olote a < oinixiini?i?t Conutrv merch*riti ai.d up towc irro- , eer? would do woll to c ill. All orders from the eonnt-y will J be Diomptly ittMded to. MHKrt of veaaela haviu., ainall I..U ' of gooda to rtiipoaa of for caih will iileaiecall. Ordera nmouct- " i?g to $10 will ne sent home free or caitag*. i hii? Wi re A. B. MILLB. M Water at. ; 'KlO HUM BUG-A new diatag Mlojn iatt optaed dowm 1 ^X'&KissxSe* "canw' W Y O 7 YORK, FRIDAY MORN fek BECKM \N HOUS"., No. it Beekmau streat, (late UiSI Tlie proprietor beg* leare to aunounce UalL'o I' friends md acquaintances that he lias onened the T'uve named housr? and tltiters himself I y atrict Itfr iuu to busit.es*. in merit a share of public patronrKe. The 'meat liquors th.t ran be Proruird arc at bia bar. and the best lavorcU srgart He will be happy to fee hia old Hands. and espeitlnllv solicits a rail. There sie over th>rty single lodpni( looms whirl) will at lenat be equal to any iu the rity, m "Hut ol rlranlinrf.s and reiixc lul atie<>lion Smirlr meals at ill hours of tlie da> aud eveuug. JU^EPII WILSON. >91'*r? >)W. - KOll 3ALK? A wholesale Liq or iLstablisliiueut? a b r?"Hu I'ui r-ish AUi), a laveru. wilh lease. 4c"., uow il^JLdoinK n fiy d business ; there la a k'ood garden , vaciut oi. *uil out-buildt gs; rent 8100 i>rr auiiuui. Th is a first ate < h u.re 'or a pei.ou witling to v? inlu the business with a mall c.i| ital. Apply lo J.\iik,3 UPTON, at Mr. M <*y?r?\ 9 *J tsn street ?93t* in ftA ~K< ?I? 8ALK?A HAROAIN'? \,Tav?,n. well tilted tip u;> in T?r\ r sprct?iu a populous ueigliboiliood in the 'iia cityo B o klu; uow doing a tirst rate uut'ness?1> uitsubout i 000 per auu u m. Satisiacto y reason will be given oi sriliug out. Apply to JA.Mk.8 UPTON it Mr. Wm M>ira's 49 Sa??au strret Honsesaud Lots for suie in Williamsiu gli he , on reasi nab'r trims. ?96t*in akOH ?1 hr iate isiiteuce ol ' hoiuis Wiinht, d ceased, situated in the couuty ol Olumbia free m Irs fiora the tlty of Hudsou. The (arm c nttius 100 icresoil ud, SO of which me wx.d ; th-lest under a Hue st te .fcoltiv tiou, with g. od btins, It".. Tne house is large and Ci'ureu ent, and iu the bestordcr beautifully siiuated surouuded wilh Various ki ds of fruit. The above place will >e sold I w, and on arcoinin >duiii>g terms, or exchnngrd for ;ood productite city property. Kor I'u t .er particulars iu* luire on the irm'i s of 8 r?n A. Wright, or of 8AMUK.L THOMPSON 274 < earl .t N. Y. .BUt'in WM. WHIOHT j?4'J Prarl st N Y ^^l'APMl MILL AND VALU'BLh KAIl.vl Volt H A I,k'. ?1T#? rlikMc n runcrrn ?Tin* t>ni?ei null aud farm XjJJL are s'tuated at Audover, Connecticut, 16 milei sou hruiul Hartford, ami 23 utiles northwest of Norwich. The mill is 38 by 76 feet, with a wiug 32 by68f?et. It contains live engines, one 72 inch fourdruier machine and diier, alirit rat* water wheel, and everything requisite for stood paper mill. The Mill manufacture! about 40,000 dollar* worth of paper per annum. It ii at tnia time iu full operation, and may be in ipec ed by any i?rsoudes ruU? of pu'diasiug. The farm adjoining the mill contains about 80 aerei of *?od land, part of it iu timber. The improvement! consist of three dwelling houses of the following dimensions: One 26 by 36 w th wit'K 22 bt 23 feet, wiih carriage house and o her conveniences atrached : one 21 bj 30, with wiug 17 by 22 feet; iUoone20 by 40 feet, all well furnished Wiin baini, woodliouiet, (lie. Ike. The above property will be aold low, and a good part of the parcha<e money may remain on bond and mcrtuage. For further particular! a.ply to PKItS^K h BROOKS. 6) and C7 Nuiiu street, New York, or to L) \NIF.L tlUOO, 18 I4trc Windsor Lock*. Connerticut. FOR BALK?WKa'I CHKaTKK LAND?To gen|M?tlcmcu in want of litei for country ?? it*; to market gar?itakdeuer?in wantof land for ctrdeus; and to all persons nulnng a location iu the neighborhood of New York. 5 0 acres of land, in the towu of Westcheiter, within 9 mile* jf the City Hall, with right of piuaiug over Harlem llridge ree of toll, are offered at private iale, in lots containing from i to 10 acrei each. The (iuida are within 13 minutes walk of .he railroad; mot on good mill are in the neighborhood ol (chooli, and churches of different denominations; the water ? good, and location hralthy. Title induptitatile. Terms m.ilerate. Apply to Oouverneur Morria, Morrisania, Weitchei:er Co.; or to Walter Rutherford, Counsellor, 79 Ntusanit., New York. I|1*IK*M KOK SALf?THlC PHOi'thTV IN UNIO.> VIL IrcSSfcLAOK, N J.?ContiS'.iw ?. 1 i> co" ;v tiere and dwel aJk^ling HOUSK, bii n, 3 cow houses, 2 wuvgon homes, corn crib, 2 barracks. #ic.,.with 8t^ acieaof excellent Laud, in a ligiistate ol cultivation, well watered and timbered. The :rops are not surpassed by auy iu the State?nor is the store 0 be surpassed for a country store. The property will be sold 1 bargain, as the present owner i! too old to attend to it. Title disputable. Apply to JAS. B. BARIl, every Wednesday, it the Northern Hotel, foot of '-uurilandt street fioin9 A. M :o 7 I*. M., and Thursdays uutil 1 P. M.pother duys to the New York Ileal Estate Company, corner Broadway anil Maiden lane. J. B. B. anil 30t*rrc J ~w.Vl.Sl. yocno fokmkrly 4 A?tn nlttkk.1 bminow the Paris Boot Kmporium, ia manufacturing thibeit qaality of Krencli i;nlf Dootn fm $4 M), eqwal to the best sold is other stores for $b and (7. made to order foi [lie same ; do fine Call Mewed Coots, his own make for (3 50. equal to auy sold in this city for O, mid w.irraotad to give saria l?ctioii.?<Jen. Taylor's hall Buot. t'i 74;parent Cong ess Boot* made to order fur S3 71. Boots, Shoes, Giitctt, he co<istaut!) nu hand. Also, Military and eork sole Boots made to order, with a fi?e issortinent of "0 * ?>d? iu his l"ie Comer of Fulton aud Nas wo buv h, ufi'wiLc ii c ncraiu onu r. ?1 10 ? ,, W\l M.Vni'NfJ L>UUtv II 1 III*.?L> <li<* it.. en,bUi k:ns, Tiev House rilum White miU Black Sam Iftfc Prunella Buskin* aud Slippers. auil rj< other kmdi of Bi>ota uid Slinr*, of rhe linen', ityle. Alio a laigr isiortmeut of oiuu mid children's. Gentlemen will liud in this store a great assortment of Cut Boot* and Shoes, calf luid pteut le-.ther; (Miter* of all kind*. Alio, Soya' Bool*. (Jailer*, aud Shoes, ol all aorU and iis?*. All of the abore of the beat quality anil cheap, at MT Broadway, 01 e door above Kranklin street. ai !tOt?rc M. CAH1LL. t\ _ DR. UK WITT C. KKLLINGKK'S 1NKALJfJCC^LI Bl.h. L1NIMKNT.?Thi* truly a*toni*hing me I 1 f fr 'ii a clear, beautiful and transparent tluid. ligMv frigraut aud perfectly delightful in it* flavor, audi* especihlly designed tube p'i'sciihrd internally or externally, aud i* warranted to cure after all oilier remedies have fa led All rheumatic and scrofulous affections, ting worm, tetter, barber'* itch, old sore* ol every nature, froat bitea, burn*, pain* iu the biek, and nffectioui of the s^ne, dislocation*, enlargement of joint*, burnous, core*, nullomri of every detcrip Mou. tooth and uervou* la-.idat lie. One or two doies taken according to itirrcuou i* ** ?ure to cuie ibe biliou* chilic, diarrhoea. lie., n? it i* taken; aud affecti >n* of the throat, iu abort, pains of every nature yield to its influence immediately Kererand ague broken in two don-s always. N. B. ia.iOO cures liave heeu made in two years. Among the many distinguished individuals who havekiodly flowed a* to refer to them, for public good, are the Hon. Mous II Oriuuell, residence No. # College Place, New York city; Hon. Kicftard F. Carman, of Cnrinnnville, New York city, and Mr. Arnold Mason. cnntrart .r of the High Bridge 3ver Harlem river, was cured ol chiouic rheumaiiain of ovtr in years'standing?can be *een at all ti.ne* at the Bridge; Mr. Samuel Robert*. his partner at the Bridge, give* it >is hi* opiui "i that it a^ved hi* life, from a severe iujury sustained bv a Fall; Mr Jaine* Murntiy, proprietor of the Harlem. Bull's Head, Bowery aud Broadway liot* of stage*, ha* used at hi* naminotli establishment over on* thonsaud bottles He says he more they uae of it the better they like it. Wholesale old retail distributing auciits are wauled Principal depot, No HO Pearl meet. New Yorkrity; 8. luncriol kto., wholesale Iruggist* and at 'he principal drug and other stores tnd lavfrus throughout the city ana country. It is put up iu large holies, and sold at cent* per single bottle; K per dozen; hall :ro*s til; one groas $36. The proprietor* of this great reme ly are ready and w illiug to back their opinion, that they can iliow more astounding enrca, and a greater number of i-ertili atea than auy other remedy offered to the public. All Utter* Tluit lie Iioatpaid. jyg intend* rc ECO? LTION, PULPIT, FOHKN8IC ANU UKAMATIC?Mr Ueo Vanderihoff, haviug returned from Kurope, receive* pupils at hi* re*idence,71 Leon-rd street. ?G !>teoa * m ?Of! ( W |/k TJ LKND ON BONO ANU MOKTjV/vrv/ OAOE, in sums to <uit applicant*, on pro iuctive real estate in thi* city or Brooklyn. It will he loaned for a term of years it desired. Apply to 8. 9. BKOAD, No. 11 Wall s'reet, in the Croton Water Office, basement. au27 30teod"rc HOULU&R BRACKS, and BOUY BELTS?Agiu^s Premium Patent Klastic Shoulder Bruce, so hi* ly recommended aud patronised by the most eminent surgeons in bis conntry, for children or e.?ulu. who are inclined to stoop it are round shouldered, or affected spine pervius with weaaiess,or pain iii the chest, those of consumptive or seoeiitary dibits, or those confined by study, or M the .vriting di-jlr as hey will find them au iuvaluible arricle to brnce tnesnouldrrs, expand tlie chest, theieby giving a tree and ealthy action to the lungs. Mechanics and lab<iiera. by - earing this tiraee, will be able to do more work with lea- t.ati ue, a* well u improve the form. To be had wholesale auo retail at J.AOATK'M, (Jentiemrn'somlittunr *tore. 237 Broadway. cii ik r of Park Place. N.B.?Also a interior Bniy Belt, or Abdominal Supporter bl(fh!v recommended ant 3fll?f>d*re_ CO il! .-I Am daily discharging llie best quality of Peach Orchard Coal, ai.d will delivrr it at the following low |>iice, for cash only, vi*.* Large Nut, $4 7i, stove, Eg*, t'j from the boats, and at 25 cenla additional, if screeued, from the yard, corner ofKuix and Greenwich. ?aim>o<i?m PKTEH r.MNTON _ NICW MILK oOODS.?JAML3 BhCK <* CO. call the attention oi bn vers of Hilk Goods, to their hrge atock of NfcW FIIKNCH URKSS GOODS, Snch aa Silks, Cashmeres, Kmbroidered Robes, Mom. de Lames, Uiugliaros, lioinbaziues, l)iap d'Kte Dames Camel's Hair. ALSO. Kmbroiderrd Cellars, Capes, Chemitettes, Handkerchiefs, to., the largest asanrunent. ALSO. Lace Rob?s, Capes. Collars, kc., ol every description, and l?y far the most extensive in New Voik. ALSO, Hosiery and Gloves, of a new and superior make, ALSO. Irish Poplins plain and plaid. ALSO, scotch Sha U and Long Shawls, of every plaid and clan tirtan, of the finest Make. The above, with a fall assortment of Fancy and Staple [Joods, are now offered at unusually low juices to wholesale a?17 2weorc NOTITIC? If thi* ahotild meet ihe view of JOH N JO St.I'H NICOLL, who apprenticed ?omi' y<aia aii.ce > a baker hy the mine of C . T Brothers, he -vi I Intra fimt< ;hiBi( greatly to his ailiauiige bj : limit on JOHN W \(). No. 64 Wall street, New York, or to the subscriber, ilu .Mutton, linn Isbuid. nil l?teod?m 7. B. O'Kf.Ky. BOOLK/8 HyI'KKION tfLUlD?Kor ftoiMtiag tM Orowth ?nd Embellishing the Hmr, i.tai.di it rivalled; ml i< now the on;y nrti|?us<d by tho*e who v ?loy ? good ii" ill of hair. It it nil fcr efllmciiina in ixu i minuting ai.'Url and J.indrair; ami the bf?Utif|rin|| lu?rre it gives to the hair, rumire

||? uncciM at the U.iiet of every l.ttl > of fashion. For ; urther particiil ire, see i ampMeis, container certificates from i.?me of the mot' eminent phyaiciaiia, Ike To be bad of lua ' k^enta ihronghout the United tales nud< .ui .Ua. AfiF.nT*?A. B. k U Saudi, N. V ; K. VIasoti. Portland; Lleiletonk Co, Lowell; B. K. Bliss, Springfield; L) Scott.ir ! k. Co, Worcester; J 11. kC Thuinmu, and Di. Cadwell, N Uedfod; H. J. Taylor, Nf win rt, K. I ; A. Trevett h Hon, I'oughkeepaie; O. Oenter, Aibmy, Ur Hinn?utn, Troy; T. Hun', Auburn; Wm. Pitken, Rochester; O. II Full, Saratoga; Tnlnan h Willums, Hymcnse; L. Kellev, Oeueva, K H unrnuin k Son, Utiea; William ('"leman, Bnffilo; Heth G. Dane* Druggut, and Wm H. A. Myers, Hair D ener, Bahi. nore, \1d; J. W. Kuteland k Co, 127 Canal atreet, New Orfan a, La; and other placet 3v~ A treatiae on th* Anatomy and Thj aiology of the Hal*, arnh direc iona for preserving the rn?., kc.. accomraniei ?ach bottle of" the Hyi)eri"n WILLI ..*1 BOOLE, * Kirsr Premium ventilating ?'i I i Wig Maker, nil litend*'re J??_V r Bo'ton. CON I UAl. TOIlS?Ir.ugmee > OAce, James hirer aiid Kanawha C'uBipo.y, Ho: l?!*"il, Bedford C"untv. Va.. th Auguat. Mr ?Propoaila will berecenedal L.nehhuig, /a , untsl t(i? iiKh Sepii- uber r*ir for a l 'he work on their t ^ni.al tlien aacuntrarled for. In m Lyurhbnrg upwatfs >n laui? lliv'rt. Big lal "d,a (Intone ,1 ibout l?inile?. The s-ork enmpriaea an"nr e,i;lil luck" (ihe fcundatii"" o' twnol ?hich h.ive bee* laid )ai w ?rti ?lt Culverts, foe . i inri.taof even r .ad aud fartn bitilgM, and ? xh nflnisl''! aacliona, Itotn half a tn'le to a mile long) of eacartt'ou, aiobanfcutent, owiug kr , ilm two d^.in acroaa Jainei ili?rr, wrjt of ) ( W?nJ| o*ie at the Cn>haw Kalla. al'out 7/7 fr't |o*g nnd 7 j eet high, vid ihe other ju t tirlow the month of Noith Itivrr, ibout 47J fe-1 lof<g and 1] f??t high rtiiecirtt.atioua, ulnna, (kc., if the aatd work will b? exhib'ted at tne Kneineei * urtice, at 3i? laland. on mid after the 14th of September neit, and Ml if eiltul infurmatiun will b? given at any uom by the Aaeiauat i KK E ING, SEPTEMBER 10. 15 . AFFAIRS IN THE WAR QUARTER. AFFAIRS IN MliXICO. [From the N. O. Picnyune, Aug. 81 ] By the arrival of the ship Agnes we have received copie* ol Ihe Uolelin dr lat Xitinui of Jalapa of the 13th and l&th instant When th? latter number was Icsued. tb? tr.'tin under Mejor l.ally bad not, no f*r as the editor knew, crossed the National Bridge, and he frit ur>-at hopes of overpowering I he train. Honor Aburto and K?ther Jun.uta had been the leaders in the attacks made on the train. They are represented to have killed or wounded over 300. We have not a doubt that this id ridiculous exaggeration. Suitor I). Juan Hoto, the governor of the Mute <f Vera Crut, wan in the vicinity of the train, giving confidence to the gu rlllnn. The editor rrpeats the story the- the train ha< in cbar<e a million of dollars in sp.icle, most of it oouccaled iu l>ags of gold in the load* of forn^e The Buletin announoes the arrival of Paredes in Vera Crui and his escape tnence It does not extend to the ex-President a very cordial reception. It thinks his return very indiscreet, and doubte if bis olg?et be to take part in the detenoe of the country, as is asserted We can get no clue to the whereabouts of i'aredea by the article. We have read all the editor of the Bolrtin has said of the last intercepted courier, lie was taken at Cordova, and appears to have been formerly connected with the oonvent of San Vrancisco at Vera Crui. The editor invokes juatioe upon him, from which we presume he is to be shot. The contents of some of the letters out off the editor thinks it would be imprudent in him to commit to paper, lest his sheet should fall into the bauds of the Arniricans. The contents of other letters make the editor blush for his countrymen, he says. The Ainericau officers, according to the Bolrltn'n version of these letters, confess themselvu* astonished at the debasement of the Mexican*, especially those in high position In society. The higher their rink the more indifferent do they show ' them**' * s to the cou<iuest of the country. According to the \ inerioans, the Indians upon the frontiers display mud -reater sharo of love of country. We are sorry that w< ' uunot discover from the general terms employed by the -.liter something ntore detiuito of the conteuts of the int. rcepted letters. The editor is too crafty to reveal mum, out no rnnriuum as ioiiuws :? uti rnummoment shailuu outr:ijr? J nation, an indignant people. intllot upen these despicable member*, who have slandered anil viliiii J the nation, degrading it in the eyes of its enemies ?" Thu Unit tin has an article running into two numbers of the paper, upon the general aspect of alfalra lie mentions that the laet division of Gen Scott's arrnj was to leave 1'uebla on the 10th instant, 4000 strong?he does not say it left that day. He 'lieu goes on to speculate about the chances of victory in the battle to be fought at the capital and in its vicinity, lie reasons that a victory gained by tbo Americans would not advance their cause substantially, while if it were won by the Mexicans it would be decisive of the whole question. Mexico by a victory would be In a situation to listen to terms of peaoe. The fruits of victory would be so Imineuse that he sees tot how the Mexicans can Call short of the vigorous and desperate aud heroic efforts necessary to win it. lie points out the disastrous position of Hen. Scott should ne meet with the slightest reverse. Hitherto the Americans have owed their successes, hu tells us, to their superiority in nnmbers or to accidental clrcumatanocs which do not now exist. If they now suffer auy defeat It will be ruin for them, as there Is no retreat. The editor then goes on to tell hi* countrymen how they should follow up their victory They should not be fo'o exacting towards the Americans; theyshonld not drive a hard bargain with them about the terms of a peace in the editor's opinion, they should at ouce jive up Texas to the United States without indemnity, but upon condition that the United dlates should immediately withdraw ail her troops from Mexican territory occupied by them. Here is coBoeettlnn for a Mexl Ml ACCOUNT or THE EXPEDITION OF CAPTAINS WELLS, 1IA1LR AND PAIR-CHILD. The following statement of facts relating to this hazard u* enterprise may be Interesting to the friends of these engxg.-d in it, if not to the publlo iu geueral:? Major Lally, who was on his way to (Jen. Scott with some eighty wagons, and a foree amounting to about 1000 men. soon after leaving Vera Crus s<-nt back after some pUaes of artillery, which were sent him. Soon after (.ending baox. he was attacked by a considerable fcrce of guerillas, about eight miles this side of the National U.I.I..1 on.I ..nt nn uinTuau tn < V.I f..? ainmnnl tion und reinforcements. At the moment, the only available troops near Vera Cruz, were a company of raw recruits under Capt J. M. Wulla, of the l'illi infantry, anil Captuln Fairuhild's volunt-er rangers. These *ere ordered immediately to depart, with ammunition. Sto. to jolu Mayor Lally. On the following day (the I'Jth of August) Capt. Ilaile, of the 14th Infantry, reached Vera Cru* on the Fauuy, after a passage of twelve days from New Orleans, with 7# men. Tlieae men had been expotted to the broiling nun on the deck of the vessel (horsed having occupied the apace forward) and were many of them melt and worn out. The vowel had not lout her headway in the harbor beforti this company wait ordered to prepare for Immediate departure with the above named troop*, and wni landed in the city, where arms were Lisued to the men and preparations made for a march. The men were, in consequence of some extraordinary omission of the proper department, obliged to fost twenty-four hours, at the end of which time they Joined the detachment intended for (he relief of Major Lilly. The command devolved upon Captain Weils, au experienced and excellent officer. Capt. W.'n company numbered about seventy men. Capt. Haile's sixty-three and Capt. Fftirchild's about seventy?the latter well mounted. Under the protection of this command was a train of wagons, drawn by wild, broken down, bat unbroken mules. Captain Wells received orders from Colonel Wilson to join M^Jor Lally on the Jalapa road without delay. It was believed that the reinforcement would come up with the train four miles this side of the National ilridge; indeed, it was to help it across the bridge that it was particularly sent?hut the order was imperative to join Major Lally. on the Jalapa road. Thus prepared, or rather unprepared, with two hundred raw recruits and a train of miserable, vicious, diminutive mules, the detachment set out on the 13th, and euonmped that night at Hanta Fe, about seven miles from the starting point. This day was very hot, and was spent mostly in waiting for the teamsters to whip, curse and reharness the mules, which were constantly rt?nrln<r trlotrincr anil hroBlrlnir frnm thn nnth Un the morning ot the 14th, at V o'olock. tbu train again started.and when about midway across the prairie, a body of Mexican cavalry waa discovered to be hovering about It. They numbered some fifty, and worn purcued, fired upon and driven off by the mountid men. No further interruption from the enemy occurred during the day. The mules aontlnued to emuarrass the movement of the troopa, the command being obliged to halt every five or ten minuted, until II o'clock at night, when they reached a place called I'uentc del Itio. There wan noguiile with the train ?no one whoknew any thing of thu road. Ah noon a? the train stopped a fire was discovert d on a high hill near by, no doubt a signal to apprise tlie enemy iu advance of thu approach of the command K?r!y nest morning Captain Wells despatched Lieut. Mend' ' on, of the Louisiana ltangers. with teu men, who y e accompanied by three mounted (Jeorglans and Dr. (J-- per, of the army, to Major Lally's camp, directing th i.i t'i proceed cautiously and apprise the Major of bis ap; roach, but not to go further tbau six miles This delacl. ent has not since been ht".rd of, and was undoubtedly nut off The next uiorning the train was moved forward m soon ax th? teamsters could break iu (the mules required to be broken'' every morning) their uuruly teams, and the march was continued without further interruption front the enemy until l'J o'clock, when the command reached a bridge called Paso 1ft Bajia, the rear however being constsntly annoyed by the appearance of a lew lancers who dogged them. Whilst men and animals were refreshing themselves at this place, a Are was opened on them by a party of guerlllus, on a hill that commands the bridge A large party of the enemy had been discovered btfore on a high hill beyond the bridge. Uapt. Wells, after seeing that alt was In readiness to move on, ordered C&pt. Haile, with a part of his company. to movo arounri under cover, ascend the first hill and clear it of the enemy. This was promptly acnom| plished the Meticans retiring before the partv could re?eli iIim rriut. nf the li i 11 fin reftnhlnir the stmerlor height, however, the party under ('apt II. Kurprliied 'he n.dvanoe ofa body of MexUutni, who were preparing to tire down the uteep hill at the troops. end drove tbem from tbelr position. Had not Capt. W. taken the precaution to have the heights cleared of the enemy, the detachment munt have Buffered loverely, aud perhaps serious damage done to the train. About four or Are mile* beyond this height the command eaine to a vallev, at the bottom of which waft a bridge, (the la?t thin sid* of Puente Naclonal) andjnu a* the ad\mice troop* (Knirobild'a and Halle's couipalit en) Lad advanced half way up the hill beyond, mid *'?<? wagon* hud begun to pae* to bridge, a heavy tire wax opened from the height on the right of the roa<i. both nn the cavalry au I Infantry, and upon the train Thia mi about durk. The (Ire, which came f.ora a thi. k chaparral. ??? promptly returned by our troop*. win then covered themaelven from the concealed emuiy and roolly diftpoeed themselves for a night's rest, an had been the previous Intention of the commanding r ffloer. The enemy after tiring some two hnndred cartridge*, ceaaeil their fruitless operations After an houror two of quiet, I.taut. Wychn, commanding (.'apt Wells's company, teok some eight mounted men up through a c'apnrral to a height opposite, when the enemy opened their Ore, and fired a volley to Inform them that our people 'were there." No dleturbance during the night. No one waa hurt, but a horae wan shot through the jaws An hour before day the next morning Lieut. Wycbe taa aent to take po?h<*Kilon of the hill that contained the enemy the night before, which he accomplished without opposition. A little before murise the enemy appeared in number* on th? roa I at thH crown of the height and commenced firing down into the camp, at the same time nhoutiog and using language not very couipliroviiia.y to the " Americanos " It wan din covered now that they had Infauiry with them (,'apt !!<!!" H**orJtred t iih hi* company toanccnd thehillon tins ! ft ttir^Ujili the i'ua|.arial tnd endeavor to oultlm k tin '-r.i'nj Hit proceeded with great cau: ion through tho d?Wi n 'id tuoi ny thlekete. ami placed hi* men without being >un?i re.j by the enemy, aloug ther"vl about tw-'iity yard* tiuui it ana a out xi.< te? t apart, the left i t upper flji>k reaching within twenty-five ysrd* vt the hill top. eh. ru the bead of the enemy a column c uld ti< . n<- ii nu*tiding Lieut Wyobe had taken a similar p>?-i (ion on the other aide of the road, lower ilwwii Thiis i prepared, they awaited the advance of the enemy, who threatened to charge down upon til* camp ( apt llatle now crept up alone to tbe top of the hill, and iludluf that the main body of tbe enemy were preparing to moro 08, he returned Hi ordered hi* m to t%A M lUito'i Hrtf ?m ikni [ERA 147. lean* In advancn abook bin flit at the men In oamp and ' oried out ''carriy'o jlmericano." Hardly had the worda died upon his lip* before a volley of muaketry blated forth from the chaparral, and mine fifty stalwart fellow* ruahed out and up the hill with a "hurra" that aent terror into the heart! of the fenorea carrajoa. who had but a moment before been beating drums nuioklng puree, and rursing the Ameriuauo*. The Burprieo waa perfect, und the euuiny scattered in every direction, without even returning the flro A portion of Capt r?irohtld'? cciupauv wxrn engaged during the morniug clearing the height*In the r ar of auch scattering Mulicausas might hang about in that direction. All b?iug clear, an a<lv*nc<< guard. composed of thirty ? man M'lt'cted equ'Uly fnun thu two infantry companion, placed under the oouimaiidof Lieut Cheney.of Capt. i lliilH'g e.oropuny, end ord' re.\ t.? ro.ivch tifry pace* itheu'l tif the CKV?lrj and clear the h-s.'lu? of the enemy * hi might lie iu umbuith '1 he coiniui.n'l wri now with-it i three roileg of th 1 National Br.d^e No inteUlg-ucv ond lieon received from Major LhIIv ? command ami no'.hiug heard of Lieut, liendereon auJ hie party. Capt. Well* oraered roine of th? b.ig^Mge to b? dentroyed. and ano- ; ther (the 2d) wtmon to be left-the mulea helug u>eli?i I and only interrupting the march. Notbinv aeeu o.' tliM Mnumir aii.1 ih.. lillUn..!. ..I . I i J I "" * Iivwiw \J?i \j |>l IW'TUU'I 4*411' *V uutll they cmie la sl^ht of the flit oa the left that com- 1 militia the bridge, as w?U as the road fur h ilf u mil" or j more on each aide ; every thing q net, not a Ytexloan to be seen lu the vicinity. Cmpt. Wells ordered Lieut Cheney to advance with his guard. followed by a portion of mounted volunteers to the bridge, at the same tiuiu -xteudiug the coluuii sufficiently to prevent the uien from feeing unnecessarily secritloed iu case of a surprise. Kvry eye wad upon the fr jwriiug height containing the fort, aud (.'apt W., 'vlth Lieut. Cheney, and the advance guard of Infantry, hud roached the bridge and remained orne moments, (tL: rear having advanced within musket range of the circular fort) wben suddenly the height, or rather the fort, swarmed with Mexicans, who ' opened upon the detachment a destructive tire of escopcts, musketry, and wiih two small piece* of cannon, adding, frequently. con?reve rocket" Captain Well* ordered thoae around him to return the tire, and then directed them to retire Captain tlaile had been ordered to remain and protect the traiu. In lend thau ten minuted after the tire opened, nearly three-fourths of the mules wero killed. Mr Iiady, the wagon master, succeeded in getting off one ambulauce unharmed, ce.ven wagons anl one ambulance beiug abandoned, Mr liady's great perseverance, good judgment aud zealoua exertions during the whole trip are spoktn of in the highest terms by the officer# of the command The men, the raw recruits under the captains before name, brh'ived with as much coo'neas as veterans; indeed, with uincb more steadiness than any one had a right to expect Lieutenant Cheney is highly commended by the commanding officer for his coolness and good conduct in the trying situatiou la which lie was pUeed In truth, all or nearly all performed their duty faithfully and gallantly, hut they were entirely at the mercy of the triple force overhead, (the fort could uot be reached.) and all they oould do wai to l etlre or die. The far eud of the bridge was barricaded. It may be proper to notice here that the officer ?ommandlng the detachment (cavalry, infantry and wagon") was not allowed a horse by the proper department, and was consequently obliged to command on foot until lie dismounted a dragoon to enable him to perform his duty faithfully. Thu command now (the 18th) found Itself without food or clothing The ktispsac-lis of the meu had been for the occasion packed lu the wagons. No one brought Ir^m the scene more than ho carried upon his person The o!lipers,who were oltd In their old clothes for marching, lost everything?clothing, papers, and all?and returned to Vera Crux lik* the men under them, some without coats anil bereft of every comfort. The return of the command was more rapid than its advance; Hist, btcause they were relieved of the wild mule train; and secondly, because they had no food, aud were constantly surrounded by Mexicans. On the return fh? rMhiinnalVita unit hitr.nrrtiiiifl rinlv nf rtli?urin<r ! the ro;iil anil li?i?ht? at dangerous places necessarily devolved upon Captain Halle Ti>e commundin ; oflloer behaved from the commencement to tb<i cud with great ooolness, and displayed throughout the characteristic* of a true soldier and ac ompl Ished olBrer lu thu command was Mr. llayef), formerly one of the proprietors of the New Orleann lirha, an amatour, who was always ready and willing when danger was at hand ills excellent judgment, cheerful disposition, and bravery at the moment of peril, rendered him a most useful acquisition to the command Ou returning to the camp near Vera Crua. Capt. Sbuphard, of the Bth infantry, u*eil every exertion to render the officers and men comlortable, and Mr. Ilsyes and Mr Allls (the postmaster atVeraCrui) soon touud means to contribute to the well-being of thu oUlcers. The command arrived on the 171 h at Santa Kt>, end Mr. Bady volunteered to go forward to Vera Cruv and ask for ambulances for the sick and woundud. At 10 o'clock the same ulght he returned with two ambulances and four wagon*. Capt. Kaircbild left the Infantry at Santa Ke, and went to the camp near Vera Cruz. On reaching the encampment near Vera ( rui thu worndo wu troops found no shelter from the pelting rain wr.lch had just began to fall. They were without coats or blankets, and at 10 o'clock the next day, twenty-lour hours afier their arrival, they wore (till without tents or blankets, the rain havinf faiLn In torreuts, and their o udltion being well known by the commanding officer j In the city, auJ requisitions having been made by those in distress. In the attack at the National Bridge, Capt. Wellslo* one man killed and one wounded. Capt. lialle lost two killed, (Beguar of 8t. Louis and Sojourner of shreveport, La ) Oue teamster was killed. Those who have died in consequence of the heat and fatigue, and emli.*ai*l ntr ?ha ,t..i.. M,munf nf mnimt-rl man f.wf oill >ujl the loss of this badly planned expedition to b> me forty men out of two hundred. NEWS FROM THE RIO GRAND* [From tn? N. O. Picayune, Aug. 31.] The prapeller S-cretary Uuchminii, Captain Corner, arrived yesterday from II-axon Santiago. having nailed on the 'J4Lh iuit By bar we hava a o-jpy of the Matamoras Flag of the vtlst inst. It contains no new* whatever of the army above. There teems to be some question of jurisdiction between Col Davenport andtne i'exans which baa given occasion to the following notice by Col Davrnport. which may be important to those eugaged in trade on the Rio Uraade:? AliTKSI, MtTiMORAI, A 10, 1S47. Sib?It wan reported to me yesterday I tut the steamer* E*gl? and I.am* are engagi il in tlu uusin*.?s of transporting goods from the moutn or thu river to points akore this place, on the Texas si<'..j of tta-jriver. If this be so, you must, in the multiplicity of business, have overlooked my instructions to yO'i on the ftth of July last. There belDg so few consumers of goods above this, on the Texas side of the river, the object, it is almost certain, is to smuggle thoni Into Mexico, and it is the duty of all cuitom-houi* agents to prevent this by all lawful means Being required to collect Mexican duties, in accordance with the Ute tariff, It becomes my duty to determine the boundary between Mexico and Texas This I understand to be the left bank of the river, and consequently all goods brought into the river are In Mexico, and subject to Mexican duty. In the execution of your duty as deputy r>i|ector, I wish you to act according to tblsoonatrii tlon. .should any departure from it be u< cessary, the emu u maybe referred to the collector for decision Respectfully, your ohd't SMv't. W.M DAVENPORT. Colonel 1st infantry, Commanding. Lieut. Thoi. B J Wn.u, 'id Artillery, Mouth of the Rio (irande. The following are the instructions of the Stli of July, referred to above:? HK*r<ic*iiT? t. l,owrn Rio Orahde District, ) Matamoras, Mexico, July ?>, 1847. \ Sir?The Hon. Secretary of War having decided that Mexican duties are ijol collectable on the east of the Rio Oraude. I hereby appoint juu deputy collector, f tr tho collection of duties under the Mexican tariff. on all goodi and other dutiable aitiolei for the Mexican market coming into the Rio Uramle. Tonnage duly, If not eolIcrted there, will but seldom be oollected any where; I hare, therefore, to desire that you give your attention particularly to this braach of that hervlue. You munt decide what vessels are to pay thin duty. My upiuion Is th'it Texas ouly clalme to tho river, and o>hih> <iu*:ully all vessels not freighted for the pubilo. entering its mouth. liable to thlc duty When the importer di-elri'H to pay duty on h's merchandise at this poet, you in<>y. after satisfying youret If that the j'Scknge* or parcels agree with the bill ot lading, allow Mm to bring it tip. when he *hown you the authority of the collector ol tlil? post, or Inn aj; nt lor it. In every such case give immediate notice here, that tho business may rtceive timely attention If the goods are to go higher up the river than this post, as we have no collectoi above, the duties should be paid at the mouth of the river, lor it urny not bo conveuieut to stop hero for that purpoee Regpoc!fully, your obd't serv't. WM, DAVKNPORT, Colonel lht Infantry, Couimuiidii'g. Lieut Titnn II. J. Wei.n. 2d Artillery, .Mouth of the llio (frande. AFI'AlMHlN of n r,m .oi'.s C a Alt'. I Krom the Newburyport H"ra!d J A letter from (l?? fiiahiiirf, dtte.l lluimi Vixta. July SO, *ay* that though (In* .\Ia.>*aohu*ett? Hii|<lra?'iit wan not with hlin then. jet .lmir KMueral health wan good, much better than that ol other rt-i{iiii"nt* on that line, and better thnn the beat of the oil mate, eipoaure nod linpiUd?lioe ill th - u*? of fruit, ve , In pucli t ollmalt would load on** to *ipMt Pan of tliin exemption from *iek?e*a he consider* attributable to the re* >>nent h??lojc hern batter mi willed witiirlulhlui< and b d J oft I ban moatothnm; but he think" the northern r nUuiloiu better fitted to *Und *ucli trial* than thoae mated farther couth . 'J lie letter from <?? u. f. >? on businrs# matter* aoi not designed for publication, but hi* remark* In regard to the health of the regiment, and the euoainpweut, and poaitlon of the other regtmeot* of hi* brigade, arc 'ntereatinf The following I* the portion of the letter ef>Tred to: ? ' llut when I r< fl< ct on the state of other regiment* now on tin* line, I am led to a*rribn ir.-ry milch toth.j herd'ne*" and ?l(t'ip of northern rAti?t!t'itlon* /*any rate iiie Met te i'- i t+'o lb* t from the Hi ix m to Mnntere* (where Col Wi |ght now la with ?ix e.tnptnie* Jour tv n j have etood all the hitiditM|>a of cl-uiatr. wat'fr far-. hi- I 1 toii ?e. and march. with uuiTipairnil h-alih and (-tn-ii -th ' I urn dl iliorcupled here wlili the front divlMon of the 1 army, under lien. Wool, no exnelluut r fflir and man. Our pneltlon i* an Intemtlng one, l.oih In lie topox*?- ! phieM and It* tuilltaiy relation* Our < amp I* Minuted I i n a va-t p a n, wuioti nlopr* olf froru the iiiountt.il* on the left band a* you proceed from Salllllo to mm Luit and Mexico. Till* plain Itarlf I* a emooth eod, with abundant iprlnca at Its foot, but wholly without trei * Of conn* we hate a hot tun by day. but with freih tjimiii, which blow almoet ceoitenUy from the Iotim Wttilhwi! Ml >iimi qnttt ebUl la tht nl*kt| tad wmmmmmmmmtmam mmma* *? w?^* >? ? m>tm? Ln JLJ # Pile* Two CmnU w? hire a thownr, with thunder and lightning, and * rainbow alinoat ?T?ry alt-raoon. At th? foot of th? alope Ut l.Tel bottom, traversed by wind1ig ravine* and gaUi*. and covered with corn, barley, Sic belonging to Mrirtl hacienda* and ranch'*, among which the mo?t noted ar* the Alamo, belonging to Je*u* (Jabaro; and San Joan de In Uuena Vi*ta. belong.ng to Jaoopo Saoche*. on* of the rloheft men In North America B-youd the bottom. again la another ridg . of mountain*, whioh nloaa In the pae* on tbit rulit htu I. At the h?ci?oda of Baenn Vi?t* beglne the battle Arid, which extend* two or tbrea mile* to the point eaileU La Angoetura, near which the Oercent part of the atruggle occurred, (our object bring to bold, and that of the Mex'cvi* buing to carry that poelttoa,) and *o on n- a 1/ m Tjurh f?rih"r to i. ic.?nt?il?. You cannot lu^na :i battle field more ?trlkinrl.? ?' 1 or 't* general fov uri-? than thi* Our llue# tested on ttje deep broken <u'llrH of U?go*rnr* rn the right, and eitend/a lef^ upon the rpure which jtir. our. fr,in the m?.ln ridge of motiutaiuit along the line of which Santa Anna eudaa* red to march hit battalion*. when he foundba conU ne'.thar [>n*? our n^Iit uor fierce our centre. j ue po?u: i ?n ndmirably sclented f'irour putpose, ?' *t of uiwrnntluj av^c.ly pupcrior enemy's foroe--?m the mult j-iu 'Ortrati-ii. This ever Unmn battle field, then, ? jIn view uf Gen Wool'l oi?ui|i KiOUj this point routing parii<-? aij<1 piquets nr?i continually thrown out In variou* directions lo tLu furls. %ud nothing cow en or go<^ within a hundred milia without the General's kacwledge; no that Iim iray be ad<>sed of and ready tut movement of the eu?my oit this side cf San I.un The brigade to whicu I am assigned?consisting of 'he Mississippi, Virginia, an J North Carolina Voluuteei ? ia a strong one, and uf s?od material*. but with two of t'i? regiments, (MIsslsnlppi and North C arolina,) feiy much weakuued by sickness. alt.my intelligence. The steamships Kudora and Gov. Maroy are expected to start to day or to morrow for Vera (.'rus They 'will take down the balance of Capt Connelly's company under the command of I.teut Robert Kelly, number of horses and (Quartermaster's men. and Capt Lewis1 oompany of mounted men ? Mtw Orltant Delta, Sl?l uIt. navai.. The steamship Alleghany, which left hereon Thursday, ran round to Ship Islaud and anchored. She will there adjust ber compasses? a process rendered neoeesery by the material of which she is constructed. The editor of the Courier visited the chip on Huuday. 11* informs us that the ship baa the yellow fever on board. Kivo oaken had occurred, two of which bad resulted fatally The 3d lioiitennut li) one of the Invalids, but was pronounced convalescent. It is due to the builder of the Alleghany to mention, that thin detention at Ship Island was contemplated before the vessel lift this port. It was in no way au accident. Through our private correspondence w? learn that the United States stor<-stilp Supply wim to sail from Pensaoo1* on Sunday, 39th iust , for New York, taking on thlrtytivn oouvalescent patients. Lieut Hobt. K ilooe, who is quite unwell, would go on the Supply. There would still be in the hospital at I'ensaoola about one hundred and ninety sick?none, however, dangerously Lieutenant Calmer, who lately commanded the I'nitsd States scbomer Klirt. has been detached ou scoonnt of ill health, and the command of the Klirt given to Lieut. r. r arranu, who ib id uany expectation 01 (ailing lot Wm Cruz. IV uft&cola Ktlll KOntinueo ijuiln healthy. Tbn Kloop of war Albany Capt breeaa, arrived afe Benton ou the JUth inat., from Norfolk.?.V O. JPittyunt, aiit uit. The U. 8. frigate Brandywine, Capt. Crabba, dropped down to Hampton Roads yeiitt?rday . ftemoon.?Norfolk lituron, Sept. n. Bllacellnneoua Mr. Jam** Cioodwin, of Hartford, haa mada an arrangement with the mall department to conTay the mailH lrom New Haven to MpringQeld, at >8000 par annua. A rich vei* of lead ha* been diiuovered on tha Ilarrtaburg turnpike, near Lancaster, I'a 1 Up ora 1< ("aid to be f tund in great abundauoe, and in very rich lu dla-? covery was tliu reault of an examination Into tha oaoaa of thw preinutum ripening of gr?'.i. the Laud whloh covered tha metallic treiuiure A movement In making to liavo a railroad eon*tmctad from llanovrr to Voik. I'a The acoompllahuieht of tha work i* ?aid to be almost certain, aud Ihu road will, of necessity, be extended to Gettysburg The Unten I'auUmimints opeDeit in Newark, on Weilnesday evening, to a verv respectable nuuienco If tha Derformuncea of tkiiA celebrated troufit be In keepiog with their exhibition at lh? Chatham i centre we would not be surprUed to hear of their house being tilled every eveniiiK they perform. Tbev are an excellent oowoaav. 'l'he ship laaao Alberton, Captain Logan, arrived at New Orleans on the 30ih ult, froui Cork, having on board Hiu paaaengera, 30 of whom were dowu with ahlp lover; three of Uii-lr companion* having (lied of til* tame malady, while coming up the river. At f'ateraon, New Jeraey, ou Wednesday laat, two matt named Campbell (father and hod) were urowned In tha i'aaaain. It la said tbat a diapute aroaa between tbem, and that thu father attempted to take the life of bit aon, who ejeuped and took to the water. Tha enraged fatner followed him, and botb getting beyond their depth *m drowned. The number of Immigrant* who arrived at Quebea and Moutreal, aa ateerage pa^ngera, during the weak ending the 4lh inat. w*h 4 ?S7 - previously arrived thia aaaaoa, S1.44Q?total, MUM7, bafaui ui tawKMM of &g,4M on the number who arrived to the name date laet year. The nuuil'er of interinenta at Montreal for tha week ending bept. 4. waa Ui, of whom 37 were immigrant!. Immk.ham iMk.ua Stud Number of titk. Ditd in 48 Knur$. Men 400 Men IS Women. -US Women 94 Children 2JI Children U Total 1 >63 Total to Love, Madness and Murder?The Tuaokdy NEAR I'LEASANTVlLLk..? Wt'lldVC brlof lib I U ttlB Eatttrn Stall Juunial, pjblih)i?d iu Whl e t'laina, New York, a full account of tile recent lrlgb*<il tragedy tear I'leaaantville, in which a young gill named Maty vjoodhart waa cruelly murder" I The victim la little over 16 yeara of age. and thcinurderi r waa a man of 4S i .UP" J Amoa Northrop. '1 he Journal Btatea that he ia a joh a man ahoemaker ot somewhat dlnaiuuted habit), ?n i i ur in* the laat two yearn he had board*'i n ith > .?r> ? ' r, George tioodhart?who i? a widower?Vary J- pln^ house f?r him. During tlila time, Northrop made love to Mary, and they were engaged to bo married; but Northrop coming home drunk one day. and hI ' u Mary, abe declared ahe wuUld not marry him, inaia' i.,to the laat. that alie would no' niarry a man who jr?i>? liquor, neither would abe marry a man who wou'd a' ia<her before abe had him; and beside*. ahe told him Unit >iat wiih friii filil fnr OfiH ?if her mill ?Iim nnnld nnt * would not, marry him. Nor iiroii wa# of cotirM cha^r , ed, ami on one Oi cm iou reinaikeu to her lister, ivli* Ifoyce. and in Mary's pretence; I suppone Mary think* dh? In through with it now, but. by ?, ohe'll find ibatahr iri not." Thus evidently threatening bur with noma aurt of I'UuiNliinciit ' On Kuuday uiorniug, Northrop weat to ,?ir. Hoyce'n about 10 o'oi wk, where the murder wa. commuted Mih Uoyce la .Mary'a a'ater, and Aaxj had gone over theie to ppundthe day Northrop aeked Ma?j? to take a walk witb bun, which aba declined He than t.iId her he l ad noiuihlng to ray to her. to which aha replied that what be had to my to her, be could cay there, as ribe would not go >'Ut witb him tin then approached her, Hue pUndmg near the foet of the tied In t*ie room, aud come four or live teet from the buck window. Ha selzi d her, and lifter aoiue parleying, clenched her hand* or mi out. aud stubbed tier with a shoe-knife in the breast. She screamed. and sprang Irum him saying " he it klitiuK me. ' ?nd leaped out of the window Mr?. Uoyce, who thought Northrop wan making for her, followed .Vlary outof the window. Mary took two or three atepe, andjell, and in a few minute* expired, without moving trom tbe spot. It is added, that sinco her refunallo marry Northrop, perhaps Vfore, Mai y had become attached to a young man m that vicinity, more urarly of her own age which fact doubtless ntreugthened her resolution not to marry Northrop At bast. it is natural to suppose, that, mere child a* she vu when she consented to marry a mau no far advanced beyond her in year-*, and ?bo had dikgusud her by hi* drunkenness. and fiightenrd her by his abuse. her affection* would readily find a mere congenial object upon which to tauten, (u the person of u youth near bur own age. Northrop oacaped, but was subsequently taken 'l'he first person who aaw hiui when ho re-appeared from tbe woodi, was Mary i father. ' Why, Northrop, what have you done!" exclaimed (Joodhart; to which be repll-d, " \ "U need not be afraid I will not hurt you ?I am near dead " (libera eomlng along couu, >.r Ilruiitourtablo of .North tutlt, nuiriLiK th>"lii. Norlhrnp wan ?o?u taken charge of. 11 appear*. from Northrop'* own account of himself, [but hit did oot l.aru th? wood** near tlie hoiua, Into which hn wan mbo to escape but hid Miimvlf among tha rock', wliern ho k?pt c> ure*led until tVV'li.mJay Ha had madn ??veral attempts to drttroy hiuMif, but withtuiiiKcen. II* had attempted to cut bin throat, and olxo cut u gash upon hi* lefmrtn nbova th? elbow. from wtiii It liu had bird profuoely, ho much no that when ha laitde bin ftppaarailce, ho pr?;t*ntnd a horrid up otaola, 111* clothra and person b iltip; blftcic with dried nod clotted blood. Kf inttim |om <f blood, ho tainted and | fell roon atVr cutting hit throat when li?My? hn lost hi* I kmfa. lie alio way* that ho iw '? >,'tempted to hang himnrlf, but tha ford broko ami foiled linn, and, whan nrro^tHii hiii neck wai rrt ac d or itiueui> u, a* m mt oQk'-.Ui of n oord orninall rope ) Lree whole Jujh thin unhappy wretch lay concealer! in the rock*, and In |u?utljr ra? lbo?n in M-arcliof hi in i'hh* within it fi-w varila of wlo-re Jim l/iy. Wi ik. and taint from th? loae of blood, feniiibtug lr.m hung<ir aud thirst, (for ha neither aie nor drank during the lime ) aud with the awful crlnn* of murder preying upon his oonnclenoe. did Ibln uiau lay eoacealid tor threw loDg, threw terrible dava What frightful viatooa rnuat hav? panned through bin mind ! What tortures mast have wrung hit soul ' Well could hit a*u, o. fancy ha eaw, ? hen night havered orer his lurking-place, Ibepale but bloody foim of tbn murdered Mary?that Mary, whom ho had nought to w?d that Mary, whom he had demgn-d to call hl.i Wifj ! 'lbs cry loo, ' h._ la murdering uir !" how 11 uiu?t have rur.g in ina cam tVhen he went to iha liou**. Nortbrop nay* that be J J o"l u- ^'i to kill Mre lloyoa, .Mary's eistT But ,l,.r tialbuig Milrj, iliou.;bt tUalied upon turn that he <*i>ul>i kill her ton llu lilted his uy upon b-r- but turning, he m* l.ef Utile obildi rn, at d h>? heart hruuk ttom the fatal purpose Mu>dir?r ?> lie was-the murder r of her lie would have ballad hi. witv?wnb h* warm bhaxt upon bis yuilty hind* the lathi kuite opliflr'1 in hit fcia-p irellibuug tot .. ? blood jf tua arCood victim tli?wr>lcb, tli- uionaler, tko Uend, mood rebuked appaib-d - conlottuded?in the sight of the litt.'s, belpleka, innocent babe* and bis band fell ? his beail yielded, Mid ha pared th? lifter of lbs Biulsrvd Mary ?the notbsv of Us IslpJess >tbs*