Newspaper of The New York Herald, October 21, 1843, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated October 21, 1843 Page 1
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wr Wgwwwi l> . ggg TH Vol. IX., No. ?79?Whole No. 3?0t. RED BIRD LINE OF STAGES, IN CONNECTION WITH THENKW YORKAN1) EUUkJ RAILROAD COMPANY. f all ai.HANOEMBNTS! TWO DAILY LINES ! ^ On iu<^ afto VVr?li|?*t<lay, 11th October.^iott, tjj? K*d Bird ?u.oi win leave me village 01 vviuie ruins, every morning, (Sundays excepted,) at 8 o'clock, A. M., and every afternoon at 2 o'clock, P. M., *ud the Railroad Depot, City H tll. and tlie Westchester House, corner of Broome street and tli" Bowery, ?? VorU, every morning at 8 o'clock, and every afternoon by th? 2 o'clock tram. _ Agents are iu constant attendance at tha Railroad Depots, ot whom every information may lie obtained, and who will also tlend to llu baggage ^ut under tlieir charge. HIRAM DEFOREST, Proprietor. White Plains, Oct. 1th. 1843. oil Im'ec _ miAKTS ON ENGLAND. IRELAND kc.?Persons about remitting money to their >v3??^WEXifjie-.idk in the "old eotuitry," can be suj> i>lie.l with Drafts, ill swns of 1, 2, 3,5,10. .V ?Jfl. or auy amount, |ttVable on demand without discount or any other charge, at the Nationai Bank of Ireland, Provincial Ba>ik, do., Messrs. James Bult, Son Si Co., Bankers, London, 1. Barued & Co., Exchange and Discount U.iuk, Liverpool, Eastern Bulk of Scotland, Greenock Banking < oinp.uiy, Sir Win. Forbea Muuter Si Co., Scotland, and the branches in ev>>i\ post, town throughout Eugland. Ireland, Scotland and Wales, which drafts will be forwarded by t!i? >teainerllilieniia w hich sails from Boston on the 1st November. W. lit J. T TAPSCOTT, At their General fa?sage Office, 43 Puck Slip, coruar South it. N. E.?All letters from the country must come post paid air .. _ THE SPANISH STEAMER NATCHfor HAV'ANH, Direct, Don Kraucis Villair, commander.will leave the port ol New York on Wednesday, Nov. 1st, for Ilar~j aaraaMi;un direct. The NATCHEZ has been newly cornered, refitted with new boilers, and in poiuit of elegance and general comfort cannot be sur|>assed. For particular* for passage apply to JOHN B. STANHOPE, Astor House, who will accomimny the Natcliezlon her voyage. ol2toNl*r JOHN R. STANHOPE. Kor r,usage or Kreight, apply ou board, or to F. C. Bchnltz kt 'lie o/fice on I Jit wharf. ?Si r NOTICE?On and after Monday, Oct. 16th, the boats of this line w ill leave for Albany at 6 o'clock, P. M instead of 7. seven o'clock eveninu line (V-?tjr3*f"r ALBANY AND TROY direct, without jK^__JCjKJ>u>diuK?the splendid low pressure steamboat SWALLOW, Captain A. McLean, will leave the foot of CeurtUnilt street every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday veuiuK*. at 7 o'clock, for Albany direct. The Swallow has a lame number of atate room*,and for speed and accommodations is not surpassed on the Hudson. anl ec NEW YORK AND KINOSTON STEAM KRElUHt AND PASSAGE LINE. jMM mal Kor Kingston, anc Delaware and Hudson jj"i^nal?steamboats EMERALD and NORThe EMERALD. Captain John Kstcham, will lsare New York, foot of Murray street, every Monday and Thursday at 5 o'clock, P M. Will leave Kingston (lion'lout landing) every Wednesday and Saturday at 1 o cluck, P. M. The NORWICH, Captain John Samuels, will leavs New York, foot of Warren street, every Wednesday and Saturday at J o'clock, P. M. Will leave K ,sir*fon (Rondont landing) vsry Tuesday and Friday at S o'clock, P. M. EXTRA TRIPS. Hie EMERALD will leave the foot of Murray street every Sunday morning at 7 o'clock. Returning, leaves Kingston at i o'clock, same day. Kor freight or |w??age apply on board, or to WILLIAMSON, BARLOW It CO., a2l Sm*r 164 West street. .MM I NEWARK AND NKW~Yo?ic-Kare O StL^JInnlv ( ?it? '?Ii'aII and Winter Arnuisr* ?The iplendid steamer PASSAIC, on and after Oct 3, will ran as follow* Lrara Newark, from foot of train (tract, it t o'clock A. M. Leave N*w York, from foot of Barclay (tract, at 3 o'clock P. M. The accommodation! both for paaaenger* and freight ( which is carried at Terr low rate*) have been greatly improved. JVH> Sm*e? ^JXA, 8TATEN I8LAND FERRY, FOOT WHITEHALL ST.?The itsamboat 3BL>jHJL ST ATEN ISLANDER will leave New York 1. and Staten Island, on and after October 2d, aa follow*, until further notice Leave New York 9, 11, 3, JX, IV. Leave Staten liland I, 10, 1, 23^/5. All freight hipi'ed " te<|aired to be particularly marked and is at the rub of the owner* thereof *30tf r WINTER ARRANGEMENT?In o " -y MPCtu)" with the N?w York aud Harlem Kail 1 a l ailvnn L.ine of Stages will on and after Monday, Oct. 21d. iin a* follow*:?Leave New Vork with theflo'clock train, A. M- and 2 o'clock P. M. Returning?Leave New Roehelle at quarter pa*t 8 A. M. a* d 2 o'clock, P. M. L?ave. Mamaromch half-past 7 A. fl. Mid half-past 1 P. M. Leave Portcheater quarter before 7 A. M. ol9 3t*r x/^ REMITTANCES TO IRELAND, Htc.?The KKfIV -"b-'-'" r continue* to tran*mit money in *um* large JIM|ili?*i'r small, to person* reaidiug in any jmrt of of Ireland in f'ie same manner a* he, and hi* predecessor in buiines* have dure for the last thirty year* and mora ; al*o, to any part of E-igland, or Scotland. Money remitted by letter (post Paid) to til* iiibtcriber, or riersnnally deposited with liini, with the name of the |>erson or persons in Ireland, England or Scotland, to whom it i* to be??it, and nearest po*t town, will be immediately transmitted, and iiaid accordingly, and a receipt to that effect given, or forwarded to the sender. In like manner money, or claim* on person* in any part of Ireland. England or Scotland, can be collected by the subscriber for persona residing in any part of the United States or Caunda, and will be paid to them accordingly. 21 tm*f GEORGE McBlfl OE,_Jr. ?2 Cedar *t. PASSAGE j- ROM CORK?Via Liverpool?In ?. "I*1 ?pr"l" ?'? ? ?We beg to inform our friend* ? ?<>(> 'hit during the coining spring, IR44. we ahall have a regular succession ol first clas* American anips, sailing from I he above port erery week, which will he fitted ont in sach a manner lor ww?n? cnoin anu Hirrmjf i>anwiK^ri. as cannot fail to ensure them every comfort. One of oar firm, Mr. June* U. Boche, reside* there, who will see persaually to tlie forwarding of all our puamitn, and will spare neither pains or expense to Smeet their wishes, and have them forwarded without any delay. * Those sending tor their friends will at onre see the advantage to be derived bv paying in our line. A Ppl v to.or address il by letter Ixnt r*id, HOC HE BR6tH K.ks k CO. J) Kultou ?tr*et, neit door to tlie Fulton Bank, or to JAMES I). ROCIlfc, 14 (xoree Piazzaa, Liverpool, T. 9.?Pa.tage certificate* and draft, cm he .ent from this by ill* regular |>.? kr-t *hit? OB llie lit, 7th, IJtli, lull and 2Ath <>| nrrv mi)sili. al.o hr the B of ton .teamen on the t.t and 16th. SPRING ARRANGEMENTS FOR 1144?P??. hrvT?V?Mre from Dublin, Balfaat, Newry, Londonderry, Slin ilir Bullina, Oalway. < ork, Vatrrford. WeiforJ and Cuneruk, ran now lie engaged for tlte tirat .pring ?hip?, .ailing Irom Liverpool, by weekly opportunities. Such ai may be sending lor their relative, will find it their advantage by making irriiiEemeiit* with the knbacribera. Drafts (>ay?hle at .iultt for I irire or Mtiall ium? on the Koyal Bank of Ireland. Apply to ROCHE, BROTHERS k CO., X) Kultou ?tr-wt, New Fork, or to old r J AM KB 1). RO( UK, Liverpool aAJt*. FOB LIVERPOOL?Brlti.h Ship? With de?patch WvTfV ?Tli? well known very fait tailing British .hip JSiiiifc'-MKSTKK. John Wilton, maater, Im\ uitf a Luge portion of liar cargo on board, will have imnirdnte despatch lor the above port. .... 8hii>|ier? ol good* will find the Cheater a moit desirable con vsrnnce. For freight or piu.ige, having vary comfortable accominoditiom apply to the .uh.criliers. ROCHK, BROTHERS k CO., 3S Fulton it.. o2ir nnt door to the Fulton Bunk. iAi- PACKET FOR IIAVRE?Second Line?1 lie KPlW^'hip ONEIDA, James Funck, maater, will aail on JHWafiilie lit of November. BOYD k HINCKEN, No. 9 Tontine Building, olJec corner Wall and Water .treeta, 1,'flll \1 AII?k'tI.I.V.S?Packet for lat Novemlier? Wf??Vni? .hip COURIER, C?i>t. l)uff*n, commUnd 7,|>uMt?. ?pi>lv to fc B H OOM k CO., ortoBOYI) k HJNCKKN. nia w |No, t Tooiin* BiuI4i?(, E NE NEV BEACON COURSE?TROTTING^ SATURDAY. October 21st, at ? P. M. Purse $50?Mile lNals, I)est three in live, under tlie saddle. W. Whelan enters b m Lady Tompkini. <J. Spierenters bh K Torn Benton, H. Woodruff enters b m Sarah. 1J. lioseman enter.) b g Shaver. Itnincilir?li* r... 'r \i:i? ti? - ? KOK CHARLESTON. KKY WEST. HAVANA, NKW ORLEANS, AND TEXAS.?The splendid Steam 8hie NEPTUNE, Captain Wil "^^^^ ^" liam Rollins?To tail positively on Wednesday, 2/ith October, instant, nt 4.o'clock r M. The uuhealihiness of New Orleans,with other circumstances, his induced Captain Kollins to delay the departure of the Ne|>tune until the above day, 26th instant, which at the earnest to Imitation of many passengers he lias assented to with great reluctance. The public may rest assured that no delay will be submitted to beyond the day now fixed. The Neptune nat been completely overhauled, and it in perfect order. l'asseng?rs may rlv upon every comfort and convenience in her. About one half the number of her berths are (till -*ite imaged. tU'r passage, for the above ports, in state rooms, cabins or stree'agc, and for freight of light goods or specie for Charleston, apply on board, at the Tobacco Iuti*cHon wharf, foot of Clinton street, E. R., or to o|?to2S?ec J. H BROWER, 7S Wall ttrect. - .. TRAVELLERS GOING SOUTH OR WEST?Sixteen hourt in advance of the . 8. Mail?Tri-Weekly Line to Savannah, in connexion with the Central Kail road to Maeon and the Weat The splendid iteam packets GENERAL CLINCH, Capt. J. P. Brooks, and CHAIILKSTON, Capt. K. Birien, will leava Charleston every Tuesday, Thursday and Satnrday morning, at 9 o'clock, after the arrival of the Wilmington boats from the north, arriving at Savannah the time day, and will leave Savanuah on the tame days as above, atti o'clock P. M., after the arrival of the cars from Macon, Travellers w ill find this to be the cheapest and most expeditious route to the south and west. The above boats are fitted up iu a superior style, and no expense or pains will be spared to ensure certainty, comfort, and expedition to the travelling l*#)lic. JOHN B. LAMTTE. Agent Kitzsimmout' Wharf, Charleston. Charleston September, 1843. sl7 2m*r SEVEN O'CLOCK MORNING LINE *"^3^KOR ALBANY, TROY, and intermediate 3K^JK2E.l'ai>dingt?From the ttenmboat pier, at the foot of Barclay street. Breakfast and Dini?*r on board. Leaves New York?The Empire on Monday, Wednesday and Krulay. The Troy on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 7 A. M. Landiug at?Caldwell's, West Point, Newbnrgh, Hampton, Pouirhkeepsie. Hvde Park. Rhineherk. IT. Hlwl Hank. Rrntnl Catskill, Hudson, Ooisackie and fvinderliook. The new low pressure steamer hlMPIRK, Captain S. K Roe, on thin day, at 7 o'clock iu the morning. The uew low pressure steamer TllOV, Captain A. Uorham, on Tiie?day, at 7 o'clock in the mo ruing. For |M*s.uce, apply to F. B. Hall, at the office, foot of Barclay ttreei, or on hoard. Notice.?All Uoods, Freight, Burgage, Bank Bill*, Specie, or any other kind of Pro|ierty, taken, sliiiuvd, or put on board the Botts ol'this Linepnnst be at the risk of Uie owners of snch goods. au!6r mm PKOPLK.'S LINK UK STKAMBOAT8 ejJTrS jJT KOR ALB AN Y?Daily at 6 o'clock P. M*ltf W 'ri??|(u direct?From the steamboat pier between Courtliudt and Liherty streets, Suudiy excepted. The steamboat KNfci\KH.BOCJCE,-M,Ci?pt. A. P. St. John, will liavej Monday, Wednesday and Friday fcvanines, at sn o'clock. Steamboat ROCHESTER, Capt. A. Houghton, will Itare Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 6 P. M. At J o'clock P. M.?Landiug at Intermediate Places. Steamboat SOUTH AMERK A, Capt. L. W. Siainvd, will leave Monday, Wednesday, and Friday aiu-ruoou. 5 o'clock. S exmlioat NORTH AMERICA, Capt. M. H. Traesd''!, will leave 'fu-sdgy, Thursday and Saturday Evening, at ti>? o'clock. Passengers taking this Liue of Boats will at all times arme ii. Albany in ample lime to take the Morning Train of Cars for the east or west. The above boats are new and substantial, are furnished with neat and elegant State Rooms, and for speed and accommoda tiorrn are ophtmIN on the Hvdson. H. ^Voodruif nnmn br g Aja*. Captain Underbill names b g Columbus. Columbus to go in Imuran, Ajai to a wagon ol7 5t*r NOTICE?Ou and aft?r Monday, the 23d hist, the tram or cars that leavp. City Hall nt ten minutes past 10 for Wnt Cheater, and also the train that leaves William's Bridge, at 3 o'clock, A. M. lor City Hall will be discontinued o20 3tr &&& KORLONDON?To sail on the lit Novenibar? MPyJWThe new packet ship VICTORIA,Capt Morgan, JB8M|fal200 tons, will sail as above, her regular day. Her accommodations lor cabin, second cabiu and steerage tiasseugers are unsurpassed by any vessel in port, and as a number of her passengers are already engaged, those desirous of se curing berths should make early application to Joseph McMURRAY, o2lr 100 Tine street, corner of 8011th. ACT- FOR LIVERPOOL-NEW LINE.-Regular mSMPv Packet of 85th October.?The splendid packet ship jUlllbOAlUlICK, Captain Win. Skiddy, of 1000 tons, will sail an above, her regular day. Kor freight or passage, having handsome furnished accommodations,apply ou board at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall street, or to E. K. COLLINB St CO. Price of passage, $75. 56 South street. The packet snip R08CIUS. Captain John Collins, of 1100 tons, will succeed the (JARR1CK, aud sail the25th November, her regular day. Passengers may rely upon the ships of this line sailing punc tnally as advertised. o2 tg- ' KOK LIVERPOOL?The New Lin?-Kegulfr MrF*VP.o-I- ' 16th "i No\einber?The fine New Vork built jHHihPackel ship HOTTINGUER, Ira Oursley, mastet, 1050 tons, will sail as above her regular day. Kor freight or passage having very su|ierior accommodations, apply to the Captain on hoard, at west side Bnrling slip, or to WOODHULL b MINTURN8.S7 South st. The flue packet ship Liver|iool, J. Eldridge, master, 1150 tons, will succeed the Ilottinguer and sail ou her regular day, 16th December. ol8 KOR LIVERPOOL?Regular packet oil the 25th Oc tober-T he well known fast sailing picket ship .MMbiiaiiiiiii\, i apt W. SkiJily, ol 1000 tons, will sail as above, being lier r??ieul.-\r day. Hrr accommodation* for calim, second cabin and steerage eassengers are unsurpassed by ai>y vessel in port, and as a uumer of lier passengers are already engaged, those desirous of securing berths should maktf tarly applicationou to JOS. McMURRAY, 100 Pine street oDr Coiner of South. XJKP- NKW LINK OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS? WEflMPWPacket of the 23th October?The new and elegant jnKMb 'acket ship OARRICK. 1000 tons burthen, ('apt. W. Skiddy, will sail on Wednesday, 23th October,her regular day. The ships of this line being all 1000 tons and upwards, persons about to embark for the old country, will not fail to see the advantages to be derived from selecting this liue in Reference to any other, as their great capacity renders them every way more comfortable aud couveuieut than ships of a smaller class. Those wishing to secure berths, should not tail to make early application on board, or to W. Ic J. T. TAPSCOTT, At their General Passage Office, 43 Peck Slip, cor South street. The Garrack will sail from Liverpool on the 13th December. Persons wishing to send for tli-ir fiiends can have ihem brought out in h?r or any of the regular line on favorable terms Those wishing to remit money cau be supplied with drafts for anyamount, payable iu all the priucipal towns of the United Kingdom. ol3ec FOR SAVANNAH-Kirst Regular Packet with MRfftVdespatch?Tht first class fast sailing ship LANCA11{Ei Capt Lyons, burthen 8j0 tons, vrfll sail as above, her regular day. Having very superior accommodations for cabin, second cabin and steerage passengers, those intending to embark should make immeuiate application on board, foot of Dover St., or to JOSEPH McMUHRAY, 100 Pine street, ollr comer of South. ijjr FOR NEW ORLEANS?Louisiana and New cHCTVVurk Line?Positive!) First Regular Packet To #UaPM*&il the 31st Oct. The fast sailing packet ship OCON -,S, Capt Jackson, will sail as above, her regular day. For freight or |>asiage, having handsome turnished accommodations, apply on board, at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall stret-t. or to E. K. COLLINS 8c CO, 56 South street. Shipiiers may rely upon having their goods by this line correctly measured. Ageut* in New Orleans, Hullen ft Woodruff, who will promptly forward all goods to their address. The packet ship Shakspeare. Capt Allen Miner, will suceeed the OCONEE, and sail llie lfltli Nov. her regular day. o21r REGULAR PACKET FOR NEW ORLEANS VCrJlV-' splendid fant tailing packet ship NORTH .SnSmKb1 AROLINA, Captain Drummond, will have immediate dispatch for the above port. The accommodations of this ship for cabin,second cabin, and ttevi tge passengers, are such us cannot fail to ensure every comfort to passengers during the voyage, and the price of passage is . ft J> 1. 1 Ai m u i i. At their General Passage Office, 43 Peck slip, corner South it. The shii>R of thin line sail every five davs as usual. N. B.?The .North Carolina can accommodate a few mote passengers ill :he second cabin, who will be res|wctably found at a very moderate rate. ol9 19r FOK"NEW ORL^ANB?First Bhip-The~ejeMr* list siiling ship GEORUE STEVANS, Cm*. usIoiik will sail on Wednesday the 18th i> St. TRr alterpart of her between decks is comfortably fitted up with staterooms for the accommodation of 2d cabin passengers, who will be taken at i v ?ry moderate rate, as only a limited number can be taken. Those desirous of securing berths will reouira to make immediate application on hoard the ship, at pier 10 E. R., or to JOHN HERD MAN. 61 South street, near Wall street. N. B.?The splendid well known packet ship Francis Deoau w ill succeed the above, and sail on the 2Uh inst. This stvp has nueijualled accommodationi for cabin, 2d cabin and steerage passengers. Apply as above o!6r NEW YORK St BOSTON SOUND PILOT. AWF.N PRE8COTT, Pilots, or takes charge as master and " pilot of vessels bonnd to New Bedford, over Nantucket Shoals, Boston, Portsmouth, Portland, Kennebeok. and OTHER PORTS. Office at Frye It Shaw's Nautical store, 222 Water street, corner Beelrnutn. Reference to a number of merchants, and the several Insurance Companies in tins city, Boston and Portland ivIR Jmr ~ BOOTSAND SHOES-WILSON klOHN 40HmiN, Successors to lohn Hatchings, deceased have on hand and for sale, from the Iwst manufactories iu the country? 100 Cases Coarse Sewed and Pegged Boots, men and boys. 100 " Fine " r' " 10(10 Pair Morocco Buskim. looo " Ladies' Fine Slippers. 3000 " Children's Shoes, virions colors. MIA " Womens and misses Gaiters. 1000 " India Rubbers, trimmed and plain. Eor sale in lots to suit purchasers, at their store. 120 CHATHAM STREET, opposite RoseveltN. B.?The store heinf open until 1(1 o'clock in th? evening, gives country merchants au opportunity to examine goods at their leisnre, *28 1 in in A^^T.A nips' AND MISSES' SHOES. CHEAPER THAN EVER. T WALKER'S OLD STAND, 419 Broadway, where may be fuuud a complete assortment of all the different kinds, colors, sorts and sues, for ladies, misses and children. Gaiters, Boots, Buskius, Slippers, and walking shoes. Also, India Hubhers anil .Moccaains.and water proof oviir shoes of the latest st> I old fashion; ladies', misses' and children's Gaiters of all kinds and colors, in the greatest style and variety, ol all sizes anil suited to all tastes; gentlemen's, boys' Rid children's hoots mid shoes, or p rench and native calf, c >arse -ind flue, in all their variety, ready made or made to order, at the shortest notice. Oentleineu'sovershoes, and an innumerable assortment of other goods, at W ALKKH'S, <10 Broadway, corner of Canal at. N. B.?Heads of families, by patronizing this eatiblishment, will find a saving of 23 to 30 per cent. oJ lm*ec ??? BOOT AND SHOE 8TOKK. JOHN RKADY respectfully informs hii friends and the public, that he has commenced business in the above line, at No. 99 Nassau street, where he will thankfully receive and faithfully eiecute, all orders he may be favored with on the mutt muonanle terms for cash jv33r LUGINA CORDIAL, ok thk ELIXIR OF LOVE. In older time, among th? Jews, That man a recond wife might choose? Whose first, by Kate's unkindly doom. No cliildri-n bore to bless his home. Afflicted thus, the Roman matron Prayed to Lucine, the midwife's patron; Kgyptian wives, in such a crisis, Called to their aid the Priests of fsit; And even now, the meek Hindoo? Warm as her clime, and tender, too? If childless twelve months from her bridal Flies weeping to her senseless idol, And with raised hands, in accents wild, Petitions Bnmah for a child; For wpll she knows. Love shuns to blea? The Hindoo bed of barrenness. 8o much for love in days by-gone, And savage customs in our own; Bnt say, even now, does Love's comtnuniog Bless in ott* land, a sterile union' No. oft time* conjugal felicity, fc thus distnrhed?ay, e'en in this city Vet may the barren, if they try 1 he means "increase and multiply," With "Love's Kliiir" for her friend. The childless wife's repiniugs eud. But not th? nrocreative power Aloisr, is this Kliiir's dower. Consumption's ills it will prevent, With vigor clothe the impotent; ?,iprr.>ss a gleet, whate'er iu date, And nil lifr function* MOTltc; K runt ion a from th* akin it rhwi, Aiul bringi back beauty and tlft vritrrs: ' ! ' woman'i tntir?and ne'er deceive* her. rrom Kluor Alt*i? it relieve* her, And each (liimif. (with iwoper care, too,) Her fair and fragile form i* heir to. T.hTt,r* b,t T?tJTHi, who caiu them Actiaa Hhnll h?rf item proof in contradiction, Letteri??I1 form* of attmution? Krom the ?***!* of e?ery nation; W|(h grateful mi?*ive* from *11 ouarter*, Penned by I)i*mue and Unackeryt martyr*. Tl?>n*and* who lay, with flntterin* breath, Almott within thejaw* of death; Now in their nightly prayer* reivat. Thank* :o Life'* friend, in Na**an *tre*t, Ann aometime* name* the very number? "Ninety-two Na**au"??ren in their *lnmb?r? Or, dreaming of Di*ea*e* ordeal, Cry ixit for tne "Lncina Cordial." Periona ordering thi* medinne from the eonntry. by "ending ? remittance, can li.ire it boie<l up and *ent to any |mrt of the Uiiinn Prii e tl per bottle, or f24 |?r d.-ieo Al*ofor*ale Wo. W North ith tt. PhiUaelphia. , "lOJntii?| I CIOITKH-WO cxaea ol eiira quality Kngh*h Hh?e . * l?r, frnm 14 tot|os.,jMt r*oeiv?d i>er rvrenr " i 9U?r R. K COLLINS *Cr !W YC V YORK, SATURDAY M # . ? BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. TN Pursuance of Law, I, JOHN TYLKR, President of the A United Stale* of America, do hereby declare and make known, that public sales will lie held at the undermeutioned Laud Offices, iu the State of Illinois, at the |iejrioda hereinafter designated, to wit At the Laud Office, at Dixou, commencing on Monday, the thirtieth day of October next, for the disposal of the public land* within the undermentioned townships and parts of towuships, to wit :? North of the base line, and Fast of the third principal meridiau. Townships thirty-sit, thirty-seven, thirty-eight, thirty-nine, forty, forty-four, and forty-six, of range one. Townshius thirty-six, thirty-seven, thirty-eight, thirty-nine, forty, and forty-one, of range two. Townships thirty-seveu, thirty-eight, thirty-nine, forty, and forty-one or range three. The south east quarter of section fourteen, and the southwest quarter of section twenty-four, iu township thirty-three of range one. The southwest quarter of section two, in township thirtythree, of range three. The east half of the north east quarter of section twenty-oue, and the west half of the northwest quarter of section twentytwo, in township thirtv-six. of ranire tliree. The west half of the north-east ouarter of section twenty-one in township thirty-one, north of tne base line, of rang" one, West of the third principal meridian. The east fraction of the northwest fractional quarter of section twenty-one, (ou the east side of Hock river,) in towuship forty-three of range one, east. North of the hue line, and Kast of the fourth principal meridian. Townships eighteen, of range two. Townships eighteen, twenty-four, and twenty-five, ol range three. Townships eighteen, nineteen, twenty-four, twenty-five, and twenty-six, of range four. Townshiin eighteen, nineteen, twenty-four, twenty-five, and twenty-six, of range live. Townships twenty-two, of range sit. Towuships twenty-three, of range seven. The northeast quarter of section thirty, in township eighteen ol range one. The northeast quarter of section thirteen, in township niue teen, of range one. The uorlYieast fractional quarter of sectiou thirty-four, in township twenty-one, of range two. The east half of the uortheast quarter of section eighteen, in townafliip twenty-three, of range four. The east half of the southeast quarter cf section seventeen, ill township twenty-one, of range seven. The west half of the northwest fractional quarter of suction live, in tnwiiship twenty-one, ,.i range nine. 'I he southwest quarter of section three, and the southeast quarter of sectiou thirteen, in township twenty-two, of range nine. _ ... i nc west nail of tlie northeast quarter or section thirteen, 111 township twenty-three, of range nine. The west hall of the southwest quarter of section twenty, in township fifteen, and the east hull' of the southwest quarter of section twelve, in township twenty-eight, of range ten. The northeast quarter ol section three; west halves of sections six and seven; south half of section eleven; north half and southwest quarter of section fourteen; cast half of section fifteen; east half section seventeen; west halves of sections eighteen and nineteen; north halves of sections twenty-one and twenty-two; south halves and northwest quarters of sectious thirty and thirty-one; south half and northeast quarter of section thirty-two: south half and northwest quarter of section thirty-three; anu the southwest quarter of section thirty-four jn township thirteeu. The north halves of sectious one to six, inclusive; southwest quarter of section six; west halves of sectious seven, eighteen, nineteen, thirty, and thirty-one, and the northwest quarter of section twenty-three, in township fourteen of range four. Sections three, ten, fourteen, fifteen, and twenty-five; nerth halves of sectious one, two, four, five, six seven, twenty-one, twenty-two, and twenty-four; south halves of sectious eight and twenty-three; west halves of sections eighteen, nineteen, thirty and thirty-one; southwest quarters of sections six, seven, and twenty-four; southeast quarters of sectious lour, and twenty, and twenty-two; northwest quarters of section eleven, and northeast quarter of section thirty-three, in township fourteen, of range six. North of the base line, and West of the fourth principal meri dian. Township fifteen; the e^t part of an island iu Rock river, in section thirteeu; also fractional sectious eighteeu and nineteen, in township seventeen, of range two. Fractional sections nineteen and twenty-one; west half of fractional section twenty-two; north hall of section twentyfive; east half of northeast quarter of section twenty-six; south halves of sectious twenty-seven and twenty-eight, and northwest quarter of section twenty-eight; north half section thirty; northeast quarter, southwest quarter, north half of northwest quarter, and west half of southeast quarter of section thirtyone; section thirty-two, except the west half of the northwest quarter; sections twenty-nine, thirty-three, and thirty-four, and the west half of the northwest quarter of section thirty-five, in township seventeen of range three. Fractional sections twenty-one to thirty-two, inclusive, and section thirty-three, iu township seventeen of range four. Part of an island in the Mississippi river, in section three, in township fifteen; fractional sectious one, two, eleven, fourteen, twenty-two, twenty-three, twenty-seven, and thirty-four, in township sixteen ; and the fractional section thirty-six, in the fractional township seventeen of rauge six. At the Land Ofllce at Chicago, commencing on Monday, the twenty-fifth day of September next, for the disposal of the public lands hereinafter designated, to w it : North of the base line, aud Kaat of third principal meridian. h factional townships thirty-One and thirty-two, bordering on the Indiana State line, of range fifteen. The east fraction of the southest quarter of section six, in township thirty-three of range four. The east hall and northwest Quarter of the northeast quarter of sectiou three, and the north half of the northwest quarter of the same section, in township thirty-nine, of range oight. 1 he east half of the southeast quarter of sectiou fifteen, in owuship forty-three, of range eleven. The northwest quarter of sectiou twelve, in township forty, of ranee thirteen. At the Land Office at Danville, commencing on Monday, the wmnn tiw nfi/ils'ol"?rrfitMu4tv?WiW'nrs i iwwitfnine, and thirty, north of the base line, of range ten, west of the second principal meridian. At the Laud Office at Kaskaskia, commencing on Monday, the sixteenth day of October next, for the disposal of the public lauds within the limits of the southeast quarter of section thirty-three, and the southwest fractional quarter of the same section, on island twenty-four in the Mississippi river, iu town ship thirteen, sonth, of range three west. At the Land Office at Kdwardsville, commencing 011 Monday the ninth day of October next, for the disposal of the public lands within the limits of fractional sections thirty-one and Itljrtp-lwo, in township six north, of range ten west, and fractional sectiou twenty-five, iu township six north, of range eleven we?t, constituting islands numbered sixty aud sixty-one, in the Mississippi river. At the Land Office at Quincy, commencing on Monday, the t#euty-tliird day of October next, for the disposal of the public lauds within the limits of the undermentioned tracts, viz : North of the base line, and East of the fourth principal meridian. The north half and southeast quarter of section twenty-three, in township four, of range three. The northwest quarter of section twenty-two, in township seven, of range seven. L uids appropriated bv law, for the usu of schools, military, or other purposes, will ue excluded from sale. The sales will each be kept o|>eii for two weeks, (unless the lands are sooner disposed of) and no longer; and no Private entries of land, in the townships so offered, will be admitted until after the expiration of the two weeks. Given under my hand at the City of Washington, this eighth day of June, Anno Domini 1813. JOilN TYLER. By the President : TllO. D. BLAKE. Commissioner of the General Land Office. NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS. Every oerson entitled to the right of pre-emption to any lands within tiie limits of the townships above, numerated, is required to establish the. same to the satisfaction of the Register and Receiver of the proper land office, and make payment therefor as soon aa practicable, after teeing this notice, and before the day appointed for the commencement of the public sale of the township, embracing the tract claimed, above designated , otherwise such claim will be forfeited. THO. H. BLAKE, Commissioner of the General Land Office. II w to ltiOct r I E TO LNOER'SOLL'S GREAT BOAT AND OAR V7 WAV A A 1) A t rViii ottiKlitlimpnl ran lw? fmiml f?vi?rv description of Boats that the ingenuity of man can suggest. Look at lie Iias done and then judg* of what he can do. At his establishment was built the following unrivalled boat*, Tit: ?The Swift Sure of New Koundland: the sixteen foot sailing Dinky Troublt*; the Komp of Hurlgate, and the Tanl Pry. The row boats Henry Stark, which won 29 races in It mouths; the noble Cimbria; the G. W. Chapman: the forty foot rarer for the United States ship Ohio; the barge Kmpteas for Florida: the brass mounted gig Neptune for Tampico Bay, aud a host of others equally great Oars, Mweens and Sculls?This new branch of his business is truly worthy of attention. Look at the prices, only threo nid four pence a foot. All the sculls for raring ilressed by the iro prietor* own hands. Those that woa ihslist race can nov be seen at his office. Sixty Boats always on hand. Visi' his Bazaars if yon desire a treat. AM work delivered freeofelxrgr C. L. INGKRSOLL, 1%,40? and 414 Water and 141 Cherry streets?sole prop?for. 24 lm*r FRENCH CHINA , No. 4 SOUTH WILLIAM STREET, Up -Hiw ADALKSME, lm|Kirter and Agent for Manufactur always on hand a large assortment for dinner am teaiets in plain white and silt Krench Porcelain, as well as diineaml dessert |)lates.of all sum, assorted dishes, soup tureens cowed dishes, salad bowls, fruit hiskets, costards and staudu Also, Tea and Chocolate Ware, Greek, Krench *d Aisrican shape. All the articles are warnuMed of the beat (jual-T, audo be r sold on liberal terms,and in lots u> suit purchase - sir? fts?ee JAMES LACY, 2 T^RAPKR AND TAILOR, 62 John street n?*r W,ljam. ? C continues to make up Gentlemen's garnet* suprior workmanship, and in the most fashionable ?''*> at his una) .? low price*. Gentlemen in want of new an<*,h,on*hle e.ith J,, ing, should call and examine his select st-* f?*ds Ixlore ,, purchasing elsewhere. Atrial will besuj",.nt to conjure fl the most economical, that for beauty of fi'v." worknaii- , ihip, and at such extraordinary low pric "atablishneut cannot be surpassed by any in the city. . , j Gentlemen furnishing their own00?1 ** hare them n made and trimmed?a perfect fit warrar1 J?[. th' Price of the ,r goods returned. oil Imec Tfc.RM8 CASH. fr J aoRiA;,.... CHEAP DYKING K8T>^,SHMKNT. MR. SOHIA begs leave respectful)? 'nfonn his friends and ' the public iu general that owin? the decreased state of ... the times, he has reduced his price "f** c*?t below the regn- Ladies wishing their snmmer shawls, Jtc. dyed or pressed, will find it much to their '?nta*e by paying him a visit, (fentlemen will also do *<to call with such article* Ci of wearing apparel a* may need dj'f or All orders *> will be punctually attended to, V, .Ar nC , ?on' up ,B "* best style at Soria's establishment?* *t. iti Hi. branches are at No 247 BWwJ*i? "IBowery, and ia. at 3J7 Grand st. Also a branch ? _ li vlr il Brooklyn, and at Newark, N. J? corner of Brlf". Md Washington Place. , Merchants can have all *^ Pot up in theiroriginal forma, and onmm 1 nn#Principal office 490 I Marl it. w UOUHI.B EXTRA A MA NH AIR WASH *j most offensive disease ol.vj!Vl. r . *^"nmin<"r'??i?ffln, W1"-*1 ,nd N ho*, ilnring th?- latf ' UwtltmM, and in no mi* t n?. te?l bv inonBintU . *^1) k * . in*tancr,hu it fi'Jteyf V1*10*' cclcTMCAL. CURK. AN d?V. Kvm nn^ncl phviIt ii n-coinm*""'"1 -thu??ecurv * ,.|wr (jnilil arail th'W can. .ml chenu?i? l',r ?'? hv $>" ' l?*K \) M-lvn of iU briK<"' m*l? Wtalnn t(,, Xv ? p . ? aiil coat ol h _ ' '' Row. bolllc. AnrJ. OR/yi\(||i;K de*ire* in mtnre to limit Ut% tn oil 1-', and rJ?n?1' v * Attention entirely to thote dir**?e*, T of * hich sj jIJU met W|fh uniform aocoeas. N OiMvtte* ol the Hnirt, ? and Rectum, in all their . winVrent forrr?. Alio, all di*ea?? miliar to wotni?n 1 The remediea u?ed for the above w .i^j- aTW * 4icat*on, new in their effect* and new m w#Mrpreparation V? Office of Doettr Ornier No. M Amity ^ *? How* from UUi m the afternoon. on tm*r IRK E ORNIxNG. OCTOBER 21, AUCTION SALES. THOMAS BELL, Auctioneer. ? BY BKLL Si Mb WARD. ( Strrrn No. 32 Wmi tlrrel and 115 Full an tire ft.) , , SATURDAY," Large sale of Elegant Furniture ol all description!. Alio, piano fortes, n splendid collection of paintings, &o. Tuesday, Oct. u, Large Sale of Hotel Furniture?Without r'serve, the entire elrg<nt, useful ami valuable furniture contained in the larse building No. Ill Broadway, known an All ^aliors' Hotel,and comprising a choice assortment, nearly new, of ?very article rwiuisite for hotel orhousekeepeta Kenerally; the bed?. bedding lie are fust quality, and < very thuiK else to correspond. t'arlor and draw in* rooms, lulls, diniiiK room*, bar rooms, kitchen cabiuet, billiard rooms, pau tries, Sic. tic. Particulars on Saturdiy?catalogue* on Monday. Also, the furniture of several families giving lip housekeeping ?consisting of marble top dressing huruaus, splendid Egyptian marbie top centra tables, book eases, sofas, pianos, looking klasse*, plated and ulass ware. Also, some splendid Brussels and ingrain carjieting, Sir Also, 3 second baud piano fortes, by order ol the. Shtnif. Also, 1 splendid toned parlor organ. WlfcDNESUA Y, 26th. . II II CHICK, Unless previously disposed of at private sale, will be sold, without ieserve, ou tin' i remises, all the furniture, bar rooru arrangements, futures, Sir., tic., of the well known Stryker's Bav House, on the Uloomingdale Konil. Also, the superb (Jondola,built by Francis. Also, th- cream bar. sheds, garden chairs, hot houses. Sir. The prop-ity call be seen at any tune. Any person wishing to purchase will net all necessary information by applyiug to J. H. Chapman, HI Hudson st. VV A CAHTK.K, Auctioneer. ADKAtiK.K'S EN T IRK. STOCK OK FVRNITURF. AT AV< TION.-^AKTf.H dc < (). will sell on Monday, 23d inst , at 316 Broadway, at l",l( o'clock, tIts* eutire stock of a dealer ducliniuK business, coiisitiing of lull', three-quarter and full French chilis, divans French Imdstrails, plain and marbls top wasbstai.ds, breakfast, card and t-a tables, mahogany, white and black, top centre tables, pi tin and dressaig bureaus, hair, cloth and flush rockers, sew my and nurse chairs, piano stools, spring and cushioned seat solas, mahogany exes, Also, one su|ierior tofa liedstead. Sale positive, to close the concern. o20 3tr ADMIMSTK \ Till: S SAI.K OK KM ill A V IN OS.? This evening, will be continued by (iurley it Hill, at the W V .-l. I I> 1 ' .... i-.. m wu..k iwv.ii, idj uiiMiiway, tlie sale ol llir late Wm Hayward's fine London Engravings. They cousist ol the prodiii'tions o( eminent British artists, and embrace a great variety of subjects. ?21 |t*ni HAVANA MANSION HOUSE HOTEL. '"PHE undersigned Lakes occasion to inform hi? friends and A tlie public, that the Mansion Home is uow located iu Inquisidor street, No. 67. in the viciniti of the steamboat landing and vegetable market, haviug couimodioua family apartments, arranged in the ueAtest order. A |>ersou is employed to procure permits to land passengers, baggage, Uc. who will board vessels immediately alter the visit ol tne reveuue officers. N. B.?Visitors to this Island should procure a passport from the Spanish Consul, at tne port of embarkation, to obviate difficulties and inconvenience. s21 6tnec WILLIAM KULTON. IMPORTANT TO INVALIDS AND VISITORS TO THE ISLAND OK CUBA. PROGRESS HOTEL, IN the Tillage of Cerro, three miles from Havana. This establishment is sdvautageously situated, properly fitted up and attended, affording tlie beuefit. of a country life without excluding the comforts and pleasures of tlie C apital, or preventing a timely attendance to business. Every attention is promised by the owners to m?et the satisfaction of their visitors. CHARGES. Boarding for a single person in one room $2 00 a day. " " two or three persona in one room- SI 50 a day each person. With families a particular agreement may be entered into. N. B.?Oinuibusies are running from morning 'till uight between the Cerro and Havana, linking the trip iu half an hour. s24 lm Massachusetts hay OYSTERS?168>? Fultou street, opposite St. Paul's.? NAPOLEON COURTIN tak?s pleasure in informing those iiersons who have heretofore honored him with their patronage, and those who are williug to continue the same faror, that tlie Massachusetts Bay Oysters have recovered with the cold weather their fresh and delicious flavor so peculiar to them, and which has given them the name of oysters ofCancale, that his saloon, recently so elegantly fitted up, oilers the most quiet and comfortable accommodations. j There will always be found in it a choice collection of the followiug wines, viz: Chablis, Saute rue, Grave, Barsac. Hermitage, sparkliug and still Hock, Champagne, Chambertin, Pominard, Volney, Lalitte, Larroze, Leoville, 9L Jueeu.Mtc., < and all sorts of foreign wines and cordials. I He keeps constantly on hand the above wi' the cask or < bos, togetlwr with Preserves, Sweet Oil and iuegar. j Goods purchased from his establishment are sent !r;? Otcnarge , to any |>ait of the city. Oysters will be seut to Oierrs iilence ol purchasers, (if fcnjuired) and opened by one of :tir ;;-u0autso the establishments. i:'J '.:..?ec I NTARIO BANK.DIVIDEND.?'Twenty per cent on the capital stock of this Bank will be paid to the Stockholders 1 on the 1st day of November neit, out of the surplus profits of I the office at Canaudaigua, ill li"u of the ordinary semi-aui.ual .III id. .111 .1,1- .... ll.Jl .I..I- -I i-l- .. .!?- f ... will bp paid al the Mechanics' Bank ill the City of New \ * r*'. Albany Stockholders will I* paid at the Albany City Bank. Stockholders residing in Ulira will be pud at the Branch iu Uticv Stockholder* west of Utica at the Uankiiu Home iu , Cauandaigua. The transfer book* will be closed on the 2UC in stallt for ten days. By order of the President and Director!, H. IS. GIBSON, Cashier. Cauandaigua, Oct. 5,1813. ...... w Ji'.'S .N I* r. ? A Lady, <%'ho i? an ex|ierieuced teacher, takes into her family a number of children not exceeding ei|ht, as hoardera and scholars. No p.vus will be sjxied ro render the house a plea-.1111 Inline to the pupils and to advance tliein in their studies. Great attention will be paid to their hcajlh and morals. i The location is very healthy and retired. There are now j three vacancies. , Satisfactory references given. Kor further particulars inouire of oM 2w* rrc J. J. BUTLER, 19 John st. PHILADELPHIA ' ! DAGU 6R REOTY P K ESTABLISHMENT, ' EXCH AGE BUILDING, ROOMS 26 AND 2T rPHE Subscriber has received a lane supply of Voijjtl.uiders' * J- celebrated Daguerreotype Appartus, large and small sues, with achromatic lenses made according to Professor I'etzval's calculation. Also a new supply of best plates and chemicals, whic h he warrants good nud sells at reduced prices Ttie following gentlemen have agreed to act as agents, Til? I E White, hi<] . 17l Broadway New York P. Ilaa?, ts'i, Washington, D. C. Dr. A. Caspari, Richmond. Va. S Briadbent, Esq, lor the Southern States. Win Wast, Enj, Ciiciuuati, Ohio. I All communications (post paid) and orders, accompanrd wit r-inittaucea, will lie promptly attended to. and should be _ dincted to WILLIAM LAUGEMILIM. n o7 3m*r Exchange Buildings, Philadelphia " TO THhTLADlES. ? DNOLET8, FINE AND WIRE CURLS, BRAIDS, ,i AVKriiettes, Plain Bands, Bows, Head Dresses, Net ( us, , Shil Combs, anil other Ornameuts suitable for decorating Ladie' Heads. P M & M. LARUE, ? Manufacturer awl IVhnleaale Ikaler, K 162 Canal, corner of Vorick, ha? now on hand a large, new and splendid assortment of the " ahee articles, which they are selling at greatly reduced prices w 'hey are of the latest fashions, and are manufactured in a su- h petir manner, in their new and peculiar strle, imparting a beau- st til) rich lustre to the hair, and a durability to the curl, unat- (0 taifd by any other manufacturer. 'Id Curls altered to any pattern, and made to look like new, at, trilling expense. i liberal allowance made to retailers. sl$ lm*r in J OSEPHGTLLOTT'S STEEL PENS. 'hr REDUCED PRICES. ^ 11E subscriber is constantly receiving fresh supplies of the - above justly celebrated pens, which ne offers to the trade at *] U' low rates. Iu addition to the styles so well knowu, lie ad h recently introduced the following new patterns, Tit :? at los. 1, 2 and 3 Principality Pens, extra tine, line and inedinm he pots. v. o. 8? Caligrnphic Pen?a prime article oil pictorial cards. ... vrvs of celebrated places. los 9and 10?Washington Pen?very fine point, and elastic, jr n.,i._rl. I nn i evidence of the high cauiaation in which these Pens are tia lid, tbf following statement i? made n0 The uuinberof 1'eus manufactured at the works of .. JOSEPH OILLOTT, from Dec. 1811. tu Dec. 1842, wu 7>),612 002 r? 'he public Are cautioned to be on their gnard against spuri oi article*. Each package of the geuuiue peua bear* a fac ii pi me of Mr. (Elliott s signature. For sale by HEN11Y JEaSOP, Importer, 91 Johustrwt. j0 corner of Gold. V rood (apply of Windlei and Mosley It Co.'s London . . Put ?29 Im ??c 1 * UNJTED STATES TEA EMPORIUM, B? 121 lot* 129 Chatham ntrett, New York And 116 Fulton street, Brooklyn.I Aocnct. 31* Blkkckkr STRKKT, ( W H ) L K 8 A L K AND RETAIL, Co rlK CANTON TEA COMPANY continue to offer foi f,? ale new .nd Iran rant Teaa of every variety and style.? . "heir assortnent si?cially includes the most delirious and ,n< wrrful grad(a of (ireen and Black. Every package bean the 4gl ,<mp of neatiess and elegance, old the T>-as therein ire so oil orooghly se<ured from light and air, that their quality and b? ?we? Will ret ain unimpaired in any climate. Their svtfin 1 f proseeutingbmiiieis is, |>erhaps, scarcely to lie excelled If i founded upo the utmost regard to the rights oi the customI, especially * it h respect to weight anil quality, and iinn- " *" ilied cheapnss. All purchasers are called upon to return any rricles whicMail to give thein the utmost satisfaction, wlucn the ie money wil be cheerfully and promptly refunded. Country ] lerciiauts, puilic establishmenta, heads of families, aud ship uters will lid it a decided advantage to supply themaelves ' did this eitalishmeut. P?* OkhI'Inf. J va Coffck roasted every day. ( Orders from all parU of the United States executed with v?%] vmptitude ad despatch. ratl rfT*" The oly warehouse in America for the tale of Ho?- nlli la s celebratd Black Tea. s2V lm*m ? . al?< LEECHES! > LEECHES! LEECHES! *?? 0 000 lAR(,K ANU HEALTHY Sweedish and ( J in.riTru \rr\ sni|) (-iOUOr, Ul" )m Hamburg: and daily eipected 30,000 Hwmlnh wild < J?r- tioi in Lm'hM |?r bark Kraiiklin from Hamburg. k'or aale at (he xirrate priceaat <>. A. It H. WITTK, clll liaportera of Leeche*. iM) Im m <46 I'eiul atreet, New York c"^ ?' PlTKSUAKcr of an order of the Surrogate of the County tint nf New York, notice ta hvreb" givn to all |<eraona having con imi agaiuit John Carroll, late of the city of New York. a|j0 nk Shop keiiier, drceaaed, to |irmeiit the name with the . ichera thereof to the aubacriber; and all |<eraoni indebted to ,, eatati', are i?<|iieated to nuke immediate iiaymeut. JOHN CONWAY, Ki'r, 117 Willet at. Dl?( Nrj 'Vork, October 11, IM3. oil In* rre lite PI RSI Vs-1 K of <n order of the Surrogate ? NM 0? ! ,v of N'W \ ork " '[ice it hereby giten to all |ieraona having on ' "J1 I'eter Murchy, lite of the city of New York, T '.i . t the aame with the voucberi boe; m !)'* lll,"'nt>er'. at the office of Kdmmid S. Derry, rotli i^n,V",! TC^rlUt Y?rkt ?" 0f "" r, ated New Yurk, the Itth day of March, IS43. JACOB IIA#IVKV, .., . JAMK8 C. BKLL, ... 16 lawfimr A<lmttii*tr.<tnni with the will ? > O'imi l- ""mi" r~ 7 ' 7,11 H nut Do n,,, L V >"jrw V. V'ork, butcher, ,le< e:,?-,l to PI ? "l pHAent the aame with the voucher* thereof, to Pearl aubarriber. at tn* houae No, #3 Mercer itreet. Alao, all were e iudrbtad to tt<e eatnte of aaid deceaaed, to make payment it r* the 20th day of November neit. to _ 1 i*NN M DOMINU'K. W ?to Nrll tnluw'HT Mto 4 IERA 1843. City Intelligence. A Philadelphia Fihcmam Skhiohly Ii?jii**d.?Harry Jordan, a member of the Hope Hose Company of Phila delphia, while running with the 9outhwark engine ol this city, at an alarm ot flra lait evening about duski either flipped or wu knocked down by the loot board which he wai shoving against, and three of his ribi iractured,one o( which puuctured one ol bin lungs. The alarm of (Ire proceeded Irom the burning of a chimney in I'eail street near Chatham, and the accident took place as the eogiRe wan turning the corner of Dilane and Chat ham. He was immediately taken into the adjoining a|>o thecary whop, where every assistance wan rendered and his wounds dressed. As soon us possible atterwurds he wai conveyt d to the City Hospital, where the moat scientific medical assutance was called in to aid him. His situation m precarious, i( n?t really dangerous. The mem" tx>rs Ot tilt) BOUinwarK engine reuurrcu miirjr uueiiuuu in their power, and his friends in Philadelphia may be us sured that nothing will be lelt undone that is necessary ? Mr Jordan has been for several years past engaged iu the newspaper and periodical agency in FniUdelphia,and was on a visit to this city relative to his business. We can* not iorbear expressing our dissenting opinion to the manner in which be was medically treated by soma person who was called in at the a|>othecary shop, as bleeding was immediately resorted to, which in all casts of injury by sudden concussion has long since been deoided to be most injurious to the patient. AUDIUUnili IIUKULARIKI A mi VII4L* Ul <#. II. iniuill, U Spruce street, wan entered by midnight thieves on Thursday night, who succeeded in tinding nothing ol' value, except a valuable eight keyed silver flute, which they carried oil'. Another.?The dwelling of T. W. Bailey, 6 Dalancy street, was also entered, aud a quantity of silver spoons* lorks, and a cake basket, stolen. Look out roii Kirk.?Fire was discovered in a back building in Cross street, near Centre,on Thursday, which was communicated Iroin a coal that had adhered to a piece of bread that a Guild was toasting, which tell into some straw belonging toabtd in the room. 1 he poor inmates ol thehoase weie,trom this incident, driven into the street by tire and water, and a woman, who was dying on tne premises, had to be removed D) taking ner up in the bed aud cair j lug her away in a cart. Sue died (luring the operation. Thicks uro* Trade.? Keep a sharp look out on all suspicious well dressed persons who call and make purchases with a request to send the goods to a certain named place where tney Will b? paid lor. On Tuesday, a fellow ot this stamp called at the store No. 415 liroeuwich street, and ordered f Is or $16 worth ot goods, which he request ed might be sent to the Battery Hotel, and he would pay lor them. A noy was sent w no wet the man at the hotel The fellow contrived to get the boy to return lor some o her aiticle he wanted. '1 he lad's I ack was no sooner turned than the rogue also took his departure irom the hotel, and neither ue nor the goods have been since seen. l'olu t Kvils-?Watch siutfers, pocket book droppers, mock auctioneers and pickpockets, ate more active at the present time than lor y ears past in this city. Our public theroughlares are thronged with these vampires ou the public, and still we have no 1'olice relorm. The next Common Council will promise much that the present have tailed to perform. Circuit Court. Bvloie Judge Kent. Khiday, Oct. 'JO.? George Muter vs. . lirahatn Mitchell and Henry Hart ?This is a case sent down from the Chancellor's Court, lor a jury to decide on the validity and good laith ot certain transactions between the late firm ol Lou.* & Webber, distillers, in Troy ntar Greenwich street, aud ttie defendant, Abraham Mitchell. The sounsel was proceeding in his opening, when the Court lecided. with consent, that as the case was likely to oc :upy several daj s, and as tne term el the present juiors expired to-day ,it had better be post]k>ued; anil it is accordugly set down the hist ou the Calendar lor next Monday week. Wright vs. Brertlon.?This was an action on a promts lory note, on wnich noth the parties in the suit were endorsers. The note was drawn payable to a IMr. Vise, ind the deluuct- sets up that he was the actual part) bringing the actiou, Wright being but a cleik or ageiit loi tne actual holder or payee, wno it wan contended could not bring an action ug*iu?t an ludorwr. This, however, was disj iovt >i by teierwnce to Wendell, where a case was decided iu Uvor ol the payee against aa indorser. The jmy gave a verdict lor ihe plaiulifi iu tho full amount, (191 91, and 6 c-Lits coats Calendar foi Saturday?Noa 65,74, 69, 34, 40, 67, 66 02, 9?,.100, 106, 96, 1U7, 108, 110, 111, 112,119, 114, llti. Betoie Judge Oakley. FmDiT, Oct. ail ?This Court hu occupied the entire lay in the case of Laeuur n Rnaeh and I'til, in an action si replevin a' raportud in yesterday a proceeding*. Tbe number ol witnesses was large, aud the nature ol the tes iniony ol a very complicated kind, as to ownership,^>art. lerkhip, lie. and promise* to gi?e, as it has already done, nuch miploy merit to Courts, lawyers aad juries lor rears to come. Calendar for Saturday?Nos. 89, 36, 06, 83, 84, 46, 04, 17, 17, 10, 110, 106, 3D, 1*1,7,1'23, 9, f3, 43, ifi, W, 74. Court of Common Pleas. . Before Judge Ingraham. Friday, Oct. 20 ?Jird llrynolds vt. George.1 Palmer n this case, reported in yesterday's proceedings, thej'iry r< re unable to agree, and were accordingly discharged For plaintirt', Aid. Bcoles. For defendant, Janus T ti iily, Esq. Afickael Coitello i(- Patriak Cuff vi. Af k'con $ French -This is an action ol trespass. The defendant .-old a bill I groceries to Patrick Donouuhoe, who he alleges kept h rocery store on the corner ol Spring and Mulberry, btr phich the plaintiff) in (he present suit deny,and claim lie store as theirs by right of purchase and ot tenantcy. it all events M'Keon got out an execution, which wa> laced in the hands of the other defendant, French, who lade a levy upon the store, seizing $248 A3 worth ol roceriec. liquor-*, fixtures, satisfy the claim of #90 wed by Donoughoe, and tin* is the cause of action. The efencv set up in r.'ply that Donoughoe was the owner, id brought to the stand several witnesses to show that he id purchased liqiors, fee., which was delivered at the ore and paid for by him. The case is to be continued i day. For plaintiff*, Aid. Scoles. For defence, ? Blunt, E?q IPillinm J Trnni/ ? ?. Ifmry P. Hoyt and Emily, Mi ift ?The plaintiff keep* an extensive jewelry More at e cornerof Broadway and Murray street. The defendits have recently become united in the hymenisl bond rs Hoyt, previous to her marriage, was Miss Emily ssam, and forgetting the oM adage, that "beauty un orned is adorned the most," ran up a pretty raund bill the store of plaintiff for jewelry, with which to bedeck r really comely person. The present action is to reuor#3l6, the amount of such The defence is that Mis* rn Mam, at the time, was an infant?that is, she had not B rived at the mature nge ot 91? and fherelore is not lia- H I for purchases of the kind. This she failed to substau _ ite Th? sale of the goods was proved A " nsuit was then asked for, on the ground thai r>l r Hoyt is not liable for the debts af Miss Kixsam. as no " image between them had been shown by plaintiff 1(1 jstimony was then presented to show a murriH^x b) ' neral regulation. The jury found a verdict in tavor ol aintilf for ftiHO 60, being the amount claimed. For plaintiff, Mr. Livingston; for defendants, Mr. C iyce l?i Calendar for Monday, Oct. 28.?Nos. 34, 40, 41,41,11, ta ,45,46,1,85. (( General Session*. >foro Recorder Tallmadge, and Aldermen Brady and v Martin. JtMks R Wiiinm, Ksn .District Attorney. Dct 'Hi?Cairo! Michatl fValih?At the opening.of the urt, David Obaham, Esq., moved that four Jay, time I 'J granted for counsel to prepare a bill of exceptions to 'n charge and decisions of the Court in the case of libel 1? lln?t Southard, on which Mike Walsh was convicted >li Thursday. He therefore asked that sentence should in postponed until next term. VH rhe Rr.roanra stated that Alderman Tillou, who was pr ociated in the trial, was not on the bench, but he would d for him, and a decision would then be made 4r Obaham insisted upon an immediate decision en motion by the Court as organized. " ["he Court then denied to grant any delay alter this r, Saturday, and [stated that sentenco would be im ed this morning. ?ait of Otorge IVilkts.?'The District Attorney mo I that George Wilki s be committed on two bench war. its, that had been issued against him on convictions for VV Wishing "the obscene sheet" called the "Flash;" and |f, ) for a libel on Myer Levy, published in the year 1842 lr. Graham asked that time be allowed till next term , [ive his client sn op|-ortunity to prepare attidavita re _ ' veto the course of proceedings that transpired when rj client admitted the publication on which the ronvic ' i was found. That tne understanding with the Conn in n was, that sentence should be suspended, asthoac tug ed hail withdrawn from all participation in the publi J ion of the "Flash," and it had ceased to exist. tj>(, neuorar hiim tun mey would auow mo accuaeo ^ il thi* day, Saturday, to prepare any affidavit! that he aidered neceiaaty; but unleaa good reaaona were ( wn for a further poatponement, at two o'clock they . 11 Id proceed to sentence. !r Urih?m replied that he thought the haate of the ,"11 Inct Attorney m thia caae waa remarkable, aa other lor lleri were at large who were awaiting ?en?'nce, un>' ? iction had been taken to bring them be**" "10 (j^fl irimltAiiiiiit-vtrifrir?h,,n?h"' uKxitZiiH'?A<I. "" Iward k it'- ",',h,'n '"'""ed aecurity Inthoaum oi ,,u. i in. v ?PP,??r?nc? of George VVilkea, to answerth* , , .?in the Court. Ht* Umpttd Uurflary.?Richard McOoyern.JohnThoirp. u''a and H?nry Jackaon, a colored boy, were tried for or tempted burglary In the third degree, inlendenvorirc 'f0" iter the dry gooda atore of A *c C. Wheeler, SPrt <h?* 1 atreet. on the evening of the 3d of October. Th. ? .. found by a watchman on the atep* of a Mereoppo- ' nrt aa the ?tore had been previoinly attempted, and adlock broken, and a crowbar found with them that |Mli< bed the mark* on thn do?r, tk?> jury convicted died LI J. IL.. LD. PrtM Two CMti Thompson ami Jackson, but owing to the youth of Mc(Jorern, acquitted him. The Court .euten.arf the* each to the Penitentiary lor a year. . Rohhing a Hoarding, Hou? ?Henry Wells, a Mack fellow, was trieil on a chaige oi grand larceny,' for steali fc a gold watch, knives and fotka, spoons, kc. valued at $?4, Irom the boarding houne of Miiry H. Hilt>#r,of?5 Chambers street, on the Slat of September. The gold watch Mud all the property, except the spoons. *u lound by confession ol prisoner. The jury tcuud him guilty, and the Caurt sentenced him to the Stat* prison for thren years. Trial of f\ank t'ayari. ? Krancis fl. Fayard was tried for picking the pock> t of Nicholson C. Devereu*, of a wallet containing a promissory note valued at II8A. The accused was seen by the complainunt at the window of Mr Coleman in Broadway, and soon alter he missed the wallet. The note was dated July 39, l?36, and was running on interest. \1r J J. Duller testified that be waa in company with Mr N C Devereux while they were standing in front of Coleman's window, and be saw L ai onl flncoriitar ul (liu nAi'Luti rtf VI ? fluti*?ran? mw*A a companion standing witHThim. When they left, witne?a asked Devereov if lie bad lost any thing, and on aacer. tinning that hit pocket bonk had beeu stolen they lollowed the uectueil and urrmted him Mr. Duvereu* te?titled that the drawer of tho note had made u verlml pro nu*e nt renewal ol the note, tutu preventing it Iron being deoai red by the statute. Thejury rtturmria verdict of guilty, and the Court sentenced him to the State prison lor live yean. The Petit Jury were then discharged for the term The Court adjourned till this morning at II o'clock. Trinity Chttbch.?The following articles were depoBited ?n the 19ih October, in the mason work over the front windows ol the bellry in the lower of Trinity, facing Wall street, by Wm. Hyatt, foreman:? No. 1?An American hair cent, from the Post nfllce, for 184S. No.-J?An English I rthing of the reign of George id, 1749, round under an elm trej, in the ground* of Misa Emery, Hxeter. N. II. No 3 ?An arch-Episcopal coin of Cromatibus, an Hungarian prelate,celebrated lor the succem in converting the Turks, A. D., 1309, from Columbia College. No. 4?A medallion of the opening of the Erie Canal, Irom the oity government. No. A?A New York American for Tuesday, Oct. 17,1343 October 19, 1S4* Witness, especially on the part ol the English farthing ?George J Cayley. Dittoolthe American half cent? Thomas II. Jackson. John Kohsvth. Draftsman Duno by the consent of Mr. Upjohn, Architectural Frontier of thin magnificent and solemn church. The Synod ok Nkw Yohk and Nkw Jhrshy was organized on Tu-sday evening, III the 1st Prebhyterim church in Newark, alter a sermon Irom Acta 11,24. by Rev. Mr Cheever,by the appointment of Rev George Pierson moderator, and Rev E Seymour ot Bloomingfield, and William B Lewisoi Brooklyn, clerks. The Synod accepted an invitation to visit the American Institute in New York on Friday morning. The Synod of New Jersey (old school) convened on Thursday afternoon at Newton, N. J. The New Yotk Synod, consisting of the Presbyteries ol Hudson, North River, Bedford, Long Island, New York, and 2d New York, (of the old schoo'), convened on Tuesday evening at the Presbyterian Church. corn*r of Grand and Crosbj eta. T he annual sermon was preached by Dr. Potts, after which Dr. W. Dickinson, of the (/anal street church, was chosen moderator, and Rev James W. Henry, and Jacob Green, of ihe Bedlord Presbytery, were chosen secretaries. From thk West Indies ?The Nassau (New Providence) Gazette of September 80, lias some accouut of a violent storm, increasing when the paper wan put toprese, which, it was, tearcd, would not p*ns iway without leaving tokens ot its power. September bring the last of the hurricane montha, and having reached its lust day without bringing a storm, it was hoped that the island would escape altogether; but on the morning ot the 30th the wind began to rise, and at 10 o'clock a squall came up, attended by thunder, lightning and a whirlwind, or slight tornado Several fishing boata lying at anchor off the town were driven from their moorings and much injured; but as yet no further mischief had occurred. The tide had risen to a considerable height, and broken over the abutments. The Gazette's closing remark i-\ "if now blows a severe hurricane from the South West." The inhabitants ofHeneuuga were suffering from drought, nnd were almost destitute ot provisions. Supplies were to be tent f or (heir relief from New Providence A defalcation of ?2000 had been discovered in the acoomitn ot ?h? tr**?urer at Grenada, who had recently died. It was feared that a still larger sum wouiu ue winning, uii a further examination of his books and pajiers Naval.?The U. S ship Warren was to sail from Norfolk on Tuesday for the Pacific station. She was under command of Joseph B Hull, Esq Capt. Brevoort, Marine Corps, to command Mariuea on Brazil station, goes in her as passenger. Annexed is a letter received from the aloop of w*r Dale, just arrived at Philadelphia ?? We have just arrived from ihr Pacific Ocean, after a three years cruise in those sens We have timed the ports ot Kio Janeiro, in Brazil; Valparaiso and (-oquimbo, in < hile; Callao, Arica, laay, San a, L imbayeque, Payta, and Tumbez, in lJeru ; Pihih and Guayaquil, in ihe Kquator; Panana and Tobago, iu New Grenada ; San Francisco, Vlonterey, Santa Barbara, and San Diego, in Upper California; Mazatlan and Guayamas, in Mexico ? During the three years absence, we have bi en five njiidred and twenty days at sea, and sniled about utv thousand nnles over the ocean We took our leparture from Valparaiso on the 1st August. In nxty-seven days afterwards we were up with the Island* of Bermudas, within some seventy hours ail ot New York, but it was the seventy-eighth day jetore we mud** Gape Hrnry light. Two Frenrh Frigates were at Valparaiso, with se'en or eight hundred troops on board, destiued to tarrison and colonize the Marquesas, and oiher stands in the Pacific, of which the French haveta[en possession Commodore Dallas had not reached Lima the inli of June, on which day the frigate United Itates, Commodore Jones, sailed thence for the landwich Islands The Shark was in Callao, the Leli^f had noi arrived from Mar.-itlan ; the Erie It Valparaiso lor Callao on the 16 h July. OrricitRftOK tilh. Dale.?Thonm* A- Pornin, K?q com* under; John M. Beimn, l)< nnnicb Lynch, Thomaa M. rukir, Llcutenanta; N C. Barrahlno, Murgron; Phl.'o fhile, Pur aw, John L Warden, Acting Master) John hornley, A?'i?Unt Surgpon; S.P Carter, C Terrett, T H Smith, f. Bt'Brd.W.K Divldion, I, M .Vinson, R. ?tlon. und 11. C. Huntt-r, Midshipmen; II Simpaon, oats wain, H. Lindsay, Carpenter; 0.Thomas, Hailmaw; W. Bright, (Junner; John Alexander Puraer'a Stewd. railroad from I)ktrott to Rt'fpalo throfflh anada ?The Toronto hxaminersays: " We have een informed that a company of American capiilists have entered upon preliminary arrangements >r the formation of a railroad from opposite L?eoit to Fort Erie, or some other advantageous terlinus opposite to Ruftalo. We understand that Vm Hamilton Merritt, M. P. P , has been addressd by the company, and that he has promised them is strenuous support in the Provincial Legislature i the procuring of the nece.-sary authority to enable iern to carry their project into operation. We re ice to hear of our n ighbors entertaining such a spoaition toward* Canada, as to lend ihem to the vestment of their capital in a public work of such ?t importance to the rapid improvement of the ovince?it is one of the strongest proofs which uld possibly be afforded of the happy change lich has been wrought in our political cooditidn. e are too poor to do these things for ourselves, d certainly it is consistent with our interests, to /e every facility to the movements of those who able and willing to do them for us." Appointments by thk President.?Consuls? ilham H<*gan, of Georgia, lor Nuevitas, in Cuba, the place of Wm. H Freeman, resigned. A Hollins, for Omoa and Truiilio, in Honduras. Hoope C Eaton, ot Maryland, lor Lyons, in ?nce, in the place of N. Berry, resigned Pedro de Regil y Estrada, for Mer^* and Sisal, Yucatan, in the place of C. T^nipeon, Jr., rened Marshal?William H. H?asetf, to be Marshal of United States, forth' Western District of Louina, in the place pf ?jervais Fontenot, resigned. ?oitrt ror t?k correction of Errors ?Tues1, Oct 19 -No. 8 Thomas Denny vs The Manitan Cor*P*ny?Mr. Samuel A. Foote was heart! pit!* " error. Uu.ow Fever?Thf Wilmington Chronicle of 18 h inst. days: We understand it is currently fined through the country (hat the yellow fever ' ri Wilmington? th?* rf|*>rt is incorrect. We had, t'niiRht or thrre w? efcs ???, several case* ol billf< vvr, brought on (>y imprudence, which proved il s*i ice that time we liave had but little aicka Our town has b? en remarkably healthy s verul years past, and we believe it is as iree 11 disease at this time as is usual at this season of year. km.ow Fever at Nrw < 'rleans ? At the Charity pital on'he 11th of October. If yellow fever nts were admitted, 10 were diecharged and S . Remaining 63 yelirw fever patients

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