Newspaper of The New York Herald, November 2, 1844, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated November 2, 1844 Page 3
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lutea ihat John Porter, merchant At i4ifpb?n?bur?, K-Iiiuckf, *'<ou: ten mile* from KU*a'*thtowu, wuraui t)f n-.) on We lnesilajr U t ly V jrijms B. Brown, a consta ble. Two or three w*efcii previous Porter's bouse ?u entered by mean* of Islse key?, aud bis desk lobbed of $?**). Brown was suspected of the theft, and a day wss B\.-d for bis examination before the magistrate. Before tHe investigation took place, Brown met Porter, shot bin, uinl then fi ll upon him and cut him shockingly with a kni'e. killing him on the spot. Brown immediately moun t< d his horse and fled. He is about "16 to 16 yean old, dark Kkinned, a feet 10 inches high, raw-boned, weighs about 140 pounds, bald, bold countenance, hollow-faced, with high cheek bones. Jtaip Building is increasing in St. John's N. B Oritf a few days ago, a ship of 800 tons burden was launched. It is, however, a fact, that one farm reclaimed from the forest is more conducive to the permanent pros perity of the Province, than half a dozen ships consigned to th"> billows and burstings of the ocean. Industry ap plied to the improvement and cultivation of the soil, con dices more to tht advancement of such a country as New Brunswick than when applied to any other purpose. That Province abonads with immense tracts cf alluvial lands, and extensive range" of fine fertile upland, which if pro ji i ly improved would render it far superior to any of the New England States in agricultural resources. Naval.?Letters have been received from the United States whip Macedonian, V^'om. Perry, of the date ol id September?then all well?at Palmas, Island of 4 Iran (I Canary The ship was bound to the Cape de Veids, to meet the U. 8 brig Truxton. Supreme Court. October Term.?Rochester, Oct 29?Present,Chief Justice Nelson and Justice Bcardi-ley.?Joseph Britton a'.d others vs. The Mayor, Aldermen aud Commonalty of the city of New York.? Mr. J. Prescott Hall concfuded for plaintiff ; 8 A. root was heard for plaintiff; B. F. Butler in reply. Morrla Canal?Ita Facilities and Capa hilities.?in your monied article of the SOth insUnt you entered into a discussion of the coal trade lu ihe following iorm and drawn comparisons:? . The Morris I lanal has two great competitors to cope with iti the transportation of coal from the mines of Pennsylvania ; the Delaware and Hudson, and the Delaware and the Delaware K. liaritan Canals, the freight on which, according to the closest calcniati >ns, will range below that on coal via. the Morris Ca mi. W*e amies statements showing the rate of freight on coal to New York by the Raritan Canal, andalse the estimates made of the rate on the Morris. Kxpkissk of TitA!ssro*Tif?o Com. raon Mauch Chunk to New York by the Delaware and IUmtan Freight tolls from M. Chunk to Easton, 46V? m.... 46 Si-100 T.ills on Del. Canal, per ton ? U 20-100 Toll on boats at 2c per mile, computed on boats of tons, will be on coal, per ton... ... ....... M 83-100 Freight on barges from M. Chunk to New York, Hit miles, at 4 mills |ier mile ?' 60-1U0 Tolls oi. Del. ii Raritan 30 Towage from N. Brunswick to N. Y 8 Total exreme from M. Chunk to N. York $1,63 88-100 Uij Mom* Canal. Tolls from M. Chunk to Kaston, 46,'4 m. 46 25-100 Freiaht from M. Chunk to Jersey City, 148** miles, at 8 mills 1,18 80-100 ^ gyioj Difference in favor of the Karitan 97-100 Many of your readers are not familiar with the subject, and as they take for granted every thing you say to be true, auil as you are like all poor frail men, liable to error, and hive, in fact, 111 tin article above quoted, given evidencu or the infirmity, it is due. to you. as well as your readers, to set you rieht in the matter. I"? attempting to do this, I will remark, that in the second item of your statement, which is 11 ceuu ^0-100 lor tolls 011 Delaware Canal, that you assume that this is the toll Iroin Easton to Black's Kddy ; and you further assume Jliat the boats are to pass from the canal to the feeder of tlie Delaware and Raritan, at that place. In regard to which, it is to be observed, that there is no law authorizing the construction ot a lock to permit such passage, aud there probvbly will not be ; because Kiius, Ivauia, in the construction of the Delaware Canal from Easton to Bristol, being a distance of CO miles, exrenikd $2/;0U, IK11 and the eff.ct of making an outlet lock at Black s tddv, which Is only ?i mile* from Easton, would be to arrest the tmle on the Delaware Canal for a distance of 35 miles, that la, from the Eddy to Bristol. When the proposition was before the Legislature of Pennsylvania for authority to make such out let lock, Ihe advocates ot the measure ottered to stipulate to nay the same tolls for the 25 miles as was then charged for the whole CO which was about 30 cents i*r ton ; and yet you ca 1 the toll f,,r that distance 11 cents 20-100, being about one-third of what it w as v.roposed to charge if the Pennsylvania Legislature should s i far forget their duty to their constituents as to throw away tlie benefits of such a heavy expeiidsture of money by that State, for the purpose of advancing the interests of the Delaware and Raritan Canal Company. In the item of freight, of 4 mills per mile on 160 miles, you assume that the outlet lock at the Eddy is in'ide, and that the Pennsylvania ( anal is enlarged so as to admit boats of 120 tons ; neither of which things are done, and probably never, under any circumstances, will be; because, among other reasons, the canal, along the bulks of the Delaware, 011 the Pennsylvania side, was swept away, by Hoods two or three \ears in succession, and had to be repaired at au enormous expense. Its present depth is only 4 feet, and of course only nil 11 tea to boat* of 51 tons, being the present depth of the Morris Canal, and to admit boat* of 120 tons would require 8 feet water mid a greatly increaned width. The enlargement will not, there fore, be nude ; as the risk of Hi again being swept away would be increased in proportion to Its enlarged dimensions. If the .Morris I anal at the tune the Delaware Canal was thus .wept away had be n of a caincity to admit fifty-four tou boats it would have taken the whole trada of the Mauch Chunk re gion, and in all probability the Delaware Canal would not have bee 1 again repaired, and if that calamity should once more oeeur, which may happen nest Spring to that Canal, the Morris will i.e 111 acondiliou to avail itself of the occurrence, which w.iitld give to it a transportation of 12 000 tons per week, result ing in a revenue of $120000, if atoll.of $1 per ton was charged; a larije |>ortion of which transportation is anticipated evenwith <1"|t?tthi?fi>ur mill affair for freight yon allow too little for the Delaware Karitau, or too much for the Morns. J here is 110 jeason for an hundred ier cei.t. difference, and why, therefore, attach eight mills lo the Morris, and only four to the Raritan.? Tli* true r.uio between a boat of 120 tons, and one of 54 tons is as lour to six. W here is the boats as at present constructed, are of the same burthen on both canals ... , Without any prospect of alteration in this respect, the distance by the way of the Delaware and Karitan is 174 miles, and that bv the Morris Canal to Jersey City is 149 miles to Mauch Chunk, being a difference of 25 miles in favor of the Morris Canal. Ill regard to the item of " toll on the Delaware and Karitan Can il of HO cents." we have to see how much money can be made for siockliolde s at this sale. This work I* said to have rost $1,0'0,000, the interest oil which at6||er cent, would be $MU 000 exclusive of aiuiual expenses of repairs.and attendance, ? Iaries, elc. &c., which would require a transportation or 210, 000 ions i f coal at one dollar per ton 10 pav the interest alone, ius'e id of the 30 cents estimated bv yon. The cost of the Mor ris Cansl to the presentJiroprieters would require but atransl>or tation of to,000 tons of coal, at one dollar |>er ton, to pay the interest ou cost, which the iron works, manufactories, mid towns on the line of the latter canal would alone consume this year, to say nothing of tlie transportation of iron ore, pig and rolled iron, limestone, merchandize and produce, whicli items, exclusive of coal, netted the Morns Canal in 1838, about ihe ttiii of $25,000, that auui being about equal to the anuual ex penses and r< pairs. , . _ , ? , ,, ... I have nothing to say of the Delaware &. Hudson Canal Com pany-. It has had its days of trouble,'and surmounted them all wiih glory aud success. It has been " hawked at by those same " mousing owls." which now aasail the poor Morris, but it was not ki'leu, and I atn glad of it. It can now pay its 10 per ceil', on $2,000,000 capital and $1100,000. and by a parity ofreason ing the Morris can pay its 10 per cent, ou $1 000,000. 1he dis tance t>y the latfr Iroin New York to the coal fields of Pennsyl vania, is lis'i miles, and by the Delaware Ik Hudson it is 214.? 'l'here is busmess enough lor all, and why etgender jealousies among tlie members of the same coal r amilv. Not a place of amusement In the city, we believe, cau compete with tie " Battle of Bunker Hill," at the Colis 11m, in (mint of attraction or large and fashionable audi ences. It is a wonderful exhibition, and it is wonderfully thronged, too. Parents, remember this afternoon at 3 o clock. Velpeau'a Specific PU la, for the 1JHdlcal cure, of goiiorrhuBa, gleet, seminal emissions, ami ell mocopuru lent discharges from tlie urethra. , llieae pills,_Uie result ol twenty years experience in the Hospital de Cnarite in Pans, are pronounced by then celebrated inveutor, Protesior Velpeao, as a.i infallible remedy for all diseases of the urethra. Thiy effect a cure in a much shorter time than any other remedy, without C\ ntiug the breatli, disagreeing with the stomach, or confinement fro 1. business. PriceTfl per box. Sold at liie (.ollege of Medi ein^ aud Pharmacy, 95 Nassau street. ? CUl inarm y,w. ?. RICHARDSON, M. D., Ageut. Head what Sherman's Lozenges have done. ? \ letter just received from Mr. Chatnplin, of Orinnt, L. I., states that Dr. Sherman's Lozenges are performing wonders anv ng llie iieople. and that tin demand is lucreasnig earery day-. Ill many ca?e?, wKere ihe Camphor Lorenges have been used for headache and nervous affections, they have produced imme diate cures, and the Worm Loienges have eradicated more w orms thun any remedy that has ever been known. He writes for a large supply, and state* that they have never failed to give salisl etion. 'low many there are wno are suffering, aiid who "ad find relief by trying.these celebrated L-'Xenges They are always to be had at Dr. Sherman's warehouse, 106 Nassau st , ?>r of the Doctor's agent*, 227 Hudson it.; 188 Bowery; 77 KmI Jtr< adw?y; 139 Kultou street, Brooklyn; 3 Ledger Buildings, Philadelphia; aud 8 State street, Boston^ Kicunl a Parisian Alterative Mixture, for tne I ermanent cure of primary or secondary syphilis, venereal nleers nodes, or any complaint Produced by an injudicious use ol mercury, or uuskilful medical treatment. All perionsaui pert ilg a venereal taint remaiumg lu their system should use this powerful purifier without delay, as uo penoa can consider himself s il'e alter having tlie venereal disease, witliout thorough ly cleansing the system with this jastly celebrated alterative. t^j)d ill siugle bottles at $1 each, lu cases ol half doien at $5; carefully packed aud sent to all |?rts of tlie Union. Sold at ihe I *,,lI, "e of Meiliciue and I'liarmacy, 95 .Nassau st. college Ol leu.Liu ^ g. ttlCHXUDSDN, M. D., A?ent. Kxtractof Cnliehs, Copalva, and Sarsapa rill i ( Dr. Olover's.)?This is tlie most s|*edy, certain, and ef fertml remedy for the cure of Oonorrhffla that has ever been u?d It IS pleasant to the palate and grateful to the stomach, and easily taken. It is acmceutratioii of all the medicinal prp lertii s ol such remedies a* have been found most efficacious in curiug gleets, seminal weakness, and all discharge from the urinary liasssas. It is wholly a vegetable compound, aud acts like a charm in producing an immtdiate operation upon the PTtaffec'ed. l-'ull directions accompany tlie m.dicme, which may be badat No. 2 Ann street. Price >1. Medical Advice In Private Ulaeasea.? rha members of the New Vork College of Medicine and Hisnnacy, K/taliliilieil for Ihe lUVfrtitionof yiackrry, continue^ direct their particular attention to all diseases of a pnvata nature, and can confidently promise to persons requinag medical treatment, a safe and |a- maneut cur. , without injury to the constitution or coulineinast from business. Invalids areparticularly requested to make application to tbe College on #?? first appearance ol those diseases, as a vast amount ot suffering and ume may tie tliua avoided. Oueofthe members of the Collefe, for many vtvrs connected with the principal hospital ill hurope lor the cureol those complaints, attends for consultation daily Irom S ^ Term's?Advice ami Medicine $5,?a cure guaranteed. IMPORTANT TO COUNTky lNVALIDS.-Person living in the country, and finding it inconvenient to make per son il application,can have lorwarded to them achest containing all medicines requisite to perform a radical cure, by stating then ca*e explicitly, together w itli all symptoms, time of contraction Ollice an I Consulting Rooms of the College, 95 Nassau it Constitutional Detrtllty Cured?The Tonic Mixture, prepared by the College of Medicine and Pharmacy of the city of New Vork, is COufiJsatlv recommended for all case* ol .1',.,il,.., prodnced by secret indulgence or excess of any kind. It is . a invaluable remedy?liuriinpoteiice,sterility, or baneuness, (unit-** a twtulinK on m*i-formatioii.) _ r .. ^iu^U '>ottle? $1 riclr, c<ue-* ol h^f * doxen $6; cawully tv.r.Uinl iuA ?ent to k11 p?\rtJ of the Union. t Mhfts of ihe Collet of Medicine niid IWJNwian gln^t VV. B. KiyiAHDHON, M. D., Agent. 'J'tie Conr>?iitratc*ci MRtrnct of HariiimrlUa, Gentian Old Sana! is, prepa'ed by the New York < olbgeol Medicine and I'harmacy, establisWd for tlie suppre.siun ol | nuackery. This refined and higtily coiicentrated extract, pos session all the purif>mg qualities aud curative (lowers ol the above h ibs, is confidently recommended by the College as is fi superior to any extract of Ssrsapanlla at present before the public, and may be relied on as a certain remedy for all di?e<s*s wiring Irom an impure state of tile blood, such as scrol'ul#, salt-rheum, ring-worm, hlotchea or pimples, ulcers, IKIII 111 tne hones or joints, npdes.cutaneons eruptions, ulcerated sore thro t, or any disease arising from the secondary effects ol syphilis or an injudicious use ol mercury. Isold in Single Bottles, at .. .. . 75 ceuU each ?? in cum ol half a down Bottles $3 50 ?? 11 one dozen * 6 00 I ases forwarded to all Parts of tbe Union. N 11.?A very liberal discount to wholesale purchasers. Office of tlie LA1UJ80N. M. D .iAgenU ri,i. Z. ^"tl*L ''V !"*n attracted to ?n article in you paper of he*tUd " Meeting of FreuchiCitW U?t STShu? uid ? thT1^ u PoMithrd as one of tb? Vice Presidents ; InvAllilf. ilve" that Wide entirely at variance with ?ftwi Jed '? W0IU> ' d"1? to be allowed to explain. 1 *iT.^rj^?.mect'P?'? company with a few friend, of conm ?hontlh? "Vr ^ eil*c"t'on that the course it might be rV,mo,i ..Ii ?p'ri 'or u* to puraue v American eitiuas in the f ' j'ca' content, wai to I* diacuaaed in a frank and un pnwMlUtad manner, without lu any rmjiect rompromiaiac our SJfr7?Sf* ?? ?ar !ru.m tlieae niwctatioui beina rallied, 1 ain now Tally persuaded that [he '? partitau tune" given to that ?p'a* was preconcerted," and aa my political aantimenta *na intentions are eutirely at variance with those of the orator ol the night. I beg leave through your paper, thua publicly to F'i? ' the proceeding! of that meeting, wnich 1 was prevented doing at tlie time, owing to the confusion that prevailed. Youn, reapectfully, AUOU&TUS B. THKRIQTT. flOlVKV NAAKKT. Friday, November 1 H p. M. The operation* to-day in the iteck market were very limited, and quotation! in many instances at a daclino. Norwleh k Wereester fell offt; Long Island i, Indiana ii Ohio 6'e J; Stonington advanced Mohawk J; Mor ris Canal J; trie Railroad j; Pennsylvania 5's J; Housa tonic Railroad 1 j Harlem i. Canton closed firm at yesterday's prict*. There is very little doubt but that aa noon as the Presidential election is settled, there will be a very great decline in the stock market. For aome time past, it has been the general impression among operators, ttUere mUit b? ? Tery great improvement in quota tions th.f moment the political questions or the day were settled, and the administration lor the nrxt four yeara de termined upon ; and in anticipation et this, many specu lators ol limited means have become holders of stocks, ,?rineipally?ancies, to an extent much beyond their ability to hold. These speculators will at any sacrifice retain possession ot what they now hold until after tho elections, and then Ihey will be compelled to throw their stocks upon tho market, and the result of this will be a break down in prices and serious losses to holders Had this movement been deferred until after the political contest, until the excitement Lad subsided, wo cannot doubt but that there would have been quite an improve ment in quotations and lor a time quite au active business done in the a ock markwt. Many shrewd operators are patiently waiting the result of the late speculations, and they will, without doubt, profit by so doing. Money is very abundant and very cheap-good securities will command any amount, and commercial affairs will re ceive an impetus, growing eut oi a couvistion that very little change can tako place in the general policy of the government. We can very aafely calculate upon the permanency of |the laws as now enforced We have not before our eyas continually the fear that any great interest will suffer from legislation, and whatever objections there maybe te many ol the acts now in cxiatenco, regulating trade and commerce, they must rapidiypass way,and the blessingsofstabilityand per manency realized. No one can deny but that many of our laws affecting commercial affairs are defective, and might be improved by alterations aud modifications ; but the dangers and uncertainties attending the passage of such acts are aufUcient to affsct ma .y advantages that might j arise from any alteration. Tho two great j ariies ol the present day do not differ materially on any great principle 3?ven-eighths of the political capital in existence is brought up by party leaders,and magnified to exten ' thsir own individual ends. It would seem from the tone of party prints that the principles of either party, if carrie l out, would assuredly ruin tho country and make us all bankrupts und beggars. This result, however, does not ut present appear to be very near at hand, and we much question the power of the mrat radical party ia existence to dective the people long enough to spread ruin and ilesoiati:n over this great country. The interest on the public stocks of the city of New i Vork, due on the 1st of November, will be paid by tho I Chamberlain of the city, at his office in the Bank of tho State of New Vork, Wall stioet. The case of the President and Direc'ors of the Mer chants' Bank of Baltimore rs. the President and Directors of the Farmers' Bank of Virginia, being an action brought to recover the amount of $10,000, paid by the plaintiff s to J. B. Steenberger, upon his check on the defendants, and marked good by the cashier of the Farmers' Bank ol Vir ginia, (the defendants subsequently refusing payment of the same, Steenberger, in the mean time huving become involved in some pecuniary difficulties ) came up before 'he Baltimore County Court, on ThuraJay last, and was concluded on Monday. Judgment in favor ot the detend ants. The case will be carried lo the Court of Appeals The grax'ees of the New Cheshire Bank, at Keene, N. H., have accepted the chartar with all the restrictions thereunto annexed, by the laws of the State, which held tho private property of the stockholders liable. The ca pital is fixed for the present at $40 #00, which, by the charter, may bp increased to $160,000. The stock of the Oliarleatown Bank, of New Hampshire, has ulso been taken and will soon be in operation with a capital of I $60 000 ' The Bank of the 8tate of New Yoik has this day de clared a dividend of two and a half per cent, lor the last nix months, payable on the 10th init The annual report of the Comptroller of the State of Tennessee for 1M4, shows a slight improvement in the finance; of the State, and a larger balance in the Trea -ury thin in 1843. According to the last message of the Governor, the total debt of the State amounted to $3,260, 116, on which the interest paid by the State amounts to $173,618, as annexed. Debt or Tennessee, Oct. 1313. IntercitjHiid For stock in the Union Bank 500,000 ^ 25W0 Hon(li lor Bank of lennessee 1,01)0,000 GO 000 lot rual Improvements, act of IMS, 5J< p r cent, 263,168 13,116 Internal improvementa, act of '37,5 p'ct 1,197,240 74,162 Total am'tofbouda isaut-d and uniwid,. .$3,306,416 $173,678 The finances ol the State for the two years ending Oct 1843, according to the Comptroller's report of that date were as follows Finances or|TmMsi(i. The ordinary revenue lor the 2 past years, to Oct, 1848, is, from Clerks and Sheriffs $305,167 34 ?'.xtra irvenue, chiefly from bonus and divi dends of Banks and Insurance Offices,.. . 367,863 76 Making a total of .... 473,033 ot I'heamount in the Treasury, Oct. 1, lS41,was 18?]690 47 ?. Making a total of 662,612 48 The disbursements for those 3yeata wero.... 623,737 27 leaving in thelreasury, Oct. I, 1843 $38 874 31 1'otal amount of receipts lor Oct. 1st l$43 to Oct 1st 1844 $371,833 08 . .... $310,698 2W I otal amount of disbam-ments for Oct. 1st 1843 to Oct. 1st 1814 361,416 36 dalance in Treasury 1st Monday of Oet 1844 $49,383 03 The debt of this state is so small and its financial coudi ion so prosperous, that its stock is in demand in this narket and sella at four per cent above par. In relation o the intereat payable as above, the Bank ol Tennessee is elied upon by the state for the amouut, except for the londs issued to the Union Bank and a small amount of the interest of the 6} par cent itaprovement bonds. The aggrn' fata value of ol taxable pre party in the atate is $ 134,041,340 We annex a table showing the condition of the Bar.kst >1 Vermont in August laat. Bares or VeaMortT. Ok ntJ, Drp'i in Hankt. Circ. Specie. <$-t. Bost.f-c. tellows Falls $149,218 4,670 703 58,818 llm'tleboro' 125,34!) 8,901 S,lli? 41,742 !tu'lington 121,773 14.892 15,192 101,502 I'-aledonia 72,873 2,855 13,165 17,356 (?'ariners', 130,611 3,632 11,138 51.012 l-'armera'and Mechanics' 103,036 5.155 9,896 44,596 .lanche.ter 81,993 2, lit 6,892 24,392 Vliddlebury 93,846 4,300 9,833 59,978 ? lont|>elier 117,771 5,768 7,400 46 589 Mewbury 131,687 3,179 1,825 51, *3 > range 73,582 8,736 14,171 31,411 'Irlean. 30,314 2.777 11,870 ? I'oultney 77,692 2,841 6,484 42.J25 (inland 124.486 8,151 9,841 46,713 4t. Albans 83,184 4,*20 9,687 34,714 Vergennea 84,164 6,751 6,704 23,001 Woodstock 142,098 4,806 9,451 33.2M 1814 $1,743,807 92.483 154,471 700 80} 1836 2,086,860 76,802 126,018 801,913 183 8 1,139,484 100,238 52 2117 283,767 183 9 1,968,813 129,31* 93,654 590,76* In 1830 the amount of loans and discounts was $3,888, ^13, which was several hundred thousand dollars larger than for many years previous. Acaor4ing to the last re. urns the discount linu amounted to $3,160,788. The safety und of the Varment Banks amouata to $31,Mo ? The people of Vermont have not experienced these tre nendous fluctuations in banking which have shaken ither States in Iho Union to the centre, from which many lave not yet recovered, and traces of which will be seen or year* to come. Being principallyan agricultural State, lituatrd in the interior, away Irom the speculation* so 1 'urreut for many years, the people remained undisturbed, ind only knew of expanded banking operationa, so far as liey affected Iho price of the great staple of the state, vool. The operations of the Banks of Vermont are nearly nono|iolised by individuals out of the States; and more or i!is throughout the Union the country banks are used by otsiness-men in the cities ol the State in which they are ituated, or In the cities of neighboring States. Old Htock Kirhaiigs 110000 Indiana s'ds 4IK 50 abas Harlem RR 73W <{0000 Penn'a S'a 74 50 L lal ind RR *2% I0i;0 Ohio 6'a,'60 102V 100 do 82S tnnoo do 1.60 I02M 100 do 6m 82^ 588* do bio 1023a 340 do .4000 Indiana bond 1 44jj 11 Syracuse Ik I'tics II9H imm do blO 45 50 Stonmgton RR 50;, 10 shas Contribution Ins 106 50 do l>30 51 30 Manhattan Bk 14 do 115141 ,. Ji, - '1111 SjTfi ,? ? : "a* ?????? Sn ;Sm4"c^, s fc .??? J2) j? JH 50 *> ,2? J? 3? . J* JO Heading RR 44 12 New Haven Col 22* 40 Houwtooir RR ? ? "S.ti K"RR 'i ? ?. S IgMoM-lKK j, , ?..? S K ?30 #7 200 do uw 23tf *? do 67 74 do bN 33* ???ond Board. U ftrv'JfTCfeSt 5w ??!?? Heading RR 41 ? X Y It Erie RR 33% K Nor ?t Wore RR UK ??w Stock JCxchange, c W JO "has Reading RR <60 53 ;4?has Farmers'Trust c I4X JO do .60 43K ? v;,i! ?i e ??? 20 Stouington RR c 4ljJ ? Xlck*b?.'* B.k ? 7X f? do e II i? M.rris Canal c M Nor and Worn bow UK S /- ,do ^ c 4 24 do c 138 J5 Canton Co c 4IW 50 do M M f'VtlB'?upCo b,U l2^? 21 d" nw tl 74 L Island RR 82)2 24 do S2V 30 I'i nu 50 J" Thursday 83 20 brie RR c lu0 d# buw ?3?< 2 3? 33 12J do b] 82% *J <lo buw 33* Sales or Stocks?Boston, Oct. 31. Exchange Board.?60 fliares Long Island RR, 8Ji; 1 do Boston aud Lowell RR,:J6 |>er cent adv, 7fi Reading RK, bis, 87; 100 do, 27; ft Boston pud Maine RK, new, 106j; IS Weatern RR, OOf; 3# do. 90i; SSdo. 901; 100 do, b30 901; IS Norwich an 1 Worcester RR. H34-: 141 do, s80, 33j- IS do.MJ; SO do, b30,84; 86 do, 83J State of Trade. A?Hcg?Pota are very dull, and we cannot quote over $4 l?J Pearls are very steady at $4 26 8 4111. Bukiwai Prime } ellow, of all descriptions, sells as , wanted at 294 a 30c. Cotton?The enquiry to-day was limited. The total sales ..mount te about 400 bales, ?f which one half was taken by spinners tk"Ar?The ,#le* ?re principally at 40c. for prime quali Whuhkt?Diu 'gn casks are in demand, and we quote 29o Western uu.l prison barrels null at 29j, at which there Is o lair demand. Real Kstate?Jit Auction-40 lots on Ninth avenue, between lMd and 106th streets, with (he buildings there oa Brick house and lot we?t side of Lewis street, 13SM feet from the southwest corner ol Stanton street; lot 18 feet by 100 3 574 Foreign Markets. Havana, Oct 18?The tremendous gale we experienc* ?ft hers on the 4th and 6^h iiist. hss dcutroyt'd ncdriv nil th? nfvv coifee crop?the damage done to the ooming crop of auf ar in not so great as was at flrs* apprehended If the weather bo favorable henceforward, thero will be a fairrrop. Our market lor produce has rnmaintd very in active lor some time-the high prices of sugar have pre vented ? iteration*. Whites7] a 10J rls; yellows 6] a 7]; browns 4J a 6 rs, hut holders, it is generally thought, must submit to a decline in these rates, belore uny opera tion of importance can take place. Molasses 4 rls. an<! no cnance ol a decline. Provisions continue to sell well. Hice? List sales 10} rs The Hayne's cargo not yet sold. It is expected she will not obtain more than 10} rs Kx change on the United States, 3 a 3J prem; London, 13 a Died, On Friday morning, 1st in>t. Mrs Elizabeth Colon, widow of the late Oa,id Colon, aged bo yea s. 2 months and 22 day*. * The relatives anil friend* of the family, and of her son, Johni R. Colon, and son-in-law, James I, Strntton, arena pectfuUy requested to attend her itinera], to-morrow of ternoon at 1J o'clock, from her late resilience, 140 Delau cy itreet. Onboard the barque Anah'.iac, on her passage from Vera Crua to this port, R. Boonf. Piusengeri Arrived^ # Vn^l7,B,lrq?e AnahuRcrKgi?fo Kicci and lndy, An tonio lomasi Geo. 8. Wright, John K. Du???uberry, Dan'l L. 'V- ' r Holmstrow, and lour in steerage. Chari.liton?Miip Sonthport?Mrs K Ross, and Mr P R Lyons. Foreign Importation*. Vkra Chu*?Bark Anahuac?74 bales indze, 30 torn Iok wood. 3 boxea, 11,000 Mexican dollars, H^rgous, Brothers oc Coj?18 bales mdse,.8-10 dollars, Meyer & Stucker?2 bxs, F A V?hS^:10 ba,t* Mau & Pollets?1267 hides, Renard 6c Vo-M Ho, K PaveuMedt?i balei, Winterhoff. Pii?-r & K?rcke-22 do, Hen ieheii 1k Unklurt?140 dollars, K. M Lacomlie?3000 do. A I'atrallo?194 do, J B Lavala-206 do, Hecksclier & (.'outer-2(100 Jo. 1" del tla^s-1000 () U V S-hutn?lier-1642 P Harmony, N?i;hew, ik t^o?681# Juan de I t (irauja?3(il Ivernou tH < o? .'>00 Wicheiilinuseii?700 Souteyiar & Peoet?291 Triplet & Co. Port ait PRiNCB-Schr Joy-18 b^? coffwt T Carwana-12 do Johnson It Uritther?2r, I.awreneek Hill?It Coudit & Noble I0C0 horns Drury fe co?131000 pounds logwood I i kus I hlids cornier A Rostain. Heiirico-16cui-s S Hone- tot bxs soap C bdl? mdze 440bx, IS bale. J Michel-2 bales I ck 6 I bin lOcks 200 b*?3 E Bellanije?I Burbngo & Hunter?100 l>a?kcis 2 bales Bills?I0U b<.xea J Auauire-200 lio*?? Lawrence Ik I helps -400 do 12 cases BrasthaiiKht U Chum-00 bis Aemun Ik c .-37 clu 49 bales to order. Uomeillu Importation!. li^RLB5T"l?r"ShiJ> Sonthport?613 bales cotton, L Pahner n ' ^ t-p?37., l>e Puyster It Whitinarsh-94, Victor &, H Colt St Co-68, O Colli?s-J0, J Stacey 2;{.'iOW!SrTJ'i,Vri}er""1 9a.*T Dickerson Si ('liurclnH? 247 hides,! M Clyde?40 bbls Hour, O K Andersou it Co?8 bbls ale, Kgiileston. I'utinau St Co. CHARLEsroN?Bri( Caroline?161 bales cotton Victor 8t Duekurth?42 K. J.affan?113 Henard St Co?107 Cahoone. Kin My ?tCi>?'6 Poiriu frerres-183 Smith St Mills?I* Sprai-ue, mib>n?on St f.o?26 J Simpler?I bo* I trunk Henry Coit?13Ills 1. 2 '"r1 C<V'ppr ' ""'.l* Manii?11 pk|i? indze 4 lids iron ?/, Sticrentlier?1 bo* rndze Ia? h Urewster-1 Henry Kl ic?? V S .M,,"r-2 y,nitl' 51 Mills?I W J Miller?1 Ke iriiiKSt 1UI1 ?I K l.ynch. MARITIME HERALD. Movement* of the NUainshlfis. Ateanitrs. Leave lJuei i *l/ne'a. l*ave Jlnw'u Acadia, Harrison...??? ... Nov. 1 ti. Western, Matthews.. ... No? 9 Hiberuia, Ryne.... Oct. 19...Nov. 1 Nov. 16 Ship Nnaters and Amenta. We shall esteem it alavor if Captains of Vesssis will give to HoacRT Biltcv. Captain of our News Boats, a report of the shipping left at the port whence they sailed, the vessels ?pokeu on tlieir pasM?e, a list of their cargo, dud any foreign newspaper*, or news Uiev may have. He will board Uiein im mediately on their arrivj. Agents and CorrespondenH at l.oine )r abroad, will a so confer a favor by sending to this olfice all '.lie Marine Intelligence tliev can obuin. Nsuticsl Informa tion of .uiy kiud will be thuikfully received POUT OK NKW YORK, NOVKNBBRii. t/? nilFS .# 48 I MOON RISES 10*42 JUM BKT1 J 2 I HIC.H WArRR 8 46 Cleared. Ship. Klisha Deiinison. Seely, St. Marks, K. D. Hurlbut St Co; Tl inkina, Williims, Ai?aUcliic?)l-i, do; Louisiana, Steven Charleston, Barstow, Po|ie4i Co?Barcjuen Ovando, Urew, Mobile, Badad St Pecs; Amos Patten, Thompson, 'Havana, R o ? 15"} vll??,,ur'. Silvester, Marseille*, Lawrence St t o? ling Jhilura, Doane, Savannah. Dunham St Dimou?Sehrs Win. Preston, fajlor, St Marys, J. I). Underwood: Amelia, Strong. Baltimore, L. 11, tiager; Octavia, Charchill, Apilachi cola, B. II. Phillips. Arrived. Ship SonihiHirt, (Jrilfith, 6 days from Charleston, with cot ton, to t r Buckley. Swedish barque Adelaide, Ptahne, 38 days from Soderhamn, with 100 tons iron, to Oriuiiell, Minturn St Co. Barqhe Analmsc, Wilson, from VeraCruz, 6th Oct. with S|? cie, lie to Bnrgoiis Brothers. Sailed in Co will. J VV Hunt ingto.i, for NOileans jnd Mesican man of war brig Santa An ns, for N Vork. Left I'etersliurg, Larkin, NYoik. Swedish hriu Henrico, Bearmaii, 90 dajs from Marseilles, with limt, to J Mitchell. Brig t aroline, Sherwood,C days froiu Charleston, with cot ton, to Dunham St Diraon. Sw brig Juno, (before reported) Olrman. 47 days from Stock holm. with 8747 bars iron, to fioorman St Johnston. . B,"* k,f,r' I"'] ,"aft, 9 days from Turks Island, with 4000 bushels Salt to J. M Laurie Left ship J N Cooper, Vernes, of Bath, just arr d with loss of topmast, topgallant mast and yard stils. Brig Curlew had been ashore on South Kev. New briK Krata, Swan, from Baltimore, and 30 hours from the Ca|*s, with flour, to N.L. McCready It Co. Schr Jane Smith, 18 days fin Turks Island, with 3,%9 bush els salt, to U W lutaker. Left. Stanton, for Philad, in few days. Sailed ill co, schr I'heuit, for NYork Sell Patinas, Townsend, 4 days from Richmond, with milze to J Hunter Sph Hed Jacket, Thearborn, 4 days from Norfolk, witli mdie to S MeCready. Sch Phebe St Klixa, Osboru, 2 days from Norfolk, with md/.e to Stuigm Si (^Inarman. Schr Joy, Allen, from Port an Prince, Oct7, with mds>-to S W lx>wis. Schr Bergen, Hoe, 6 days from Petersburg, with mdze, to 8 Hunter. Schr Maria, Latterett, 3 days from Baltimore, to Johnson ft l.owden. Br schr Hercules, Fuller, 13 days from Horton, NS, with po tatoes to J Winslow. ^chr Lynchburg, Mathews, Richmond, with Hour, to Allen Si Paisou. Schr N V, Ferris, Norfolk, with petaioes. Schr Rochester, Kotintain. Havre <le Orace, with iron Schr i.ouisa. Lee, Philadelphia, Willi ccal. S?hr I'helie Klua, Osboru, Norfolk, indze. Schr Patmoi, Towutend, Riclnnund, ceil. Schr Henry Brown, Lingo, Richmond, coal. HUM Ships Akbar, Hallet'. New Orleans; Oxford, Rathlmne, Li verpool; Auburn, Durfy, New Orleans; Columbus, Haley, N. I Orleans. 'Jorrespontlenre of the Herald. I Rhode Isi.anoer Orucr, I i Newport, Oct. 29, 1844. j Arr Ktidora, Brown, Fall River for NYork: Carroll, Keller, Providence for NYork; Patriot, Allen, Harwich Initio; Vigi lant, Providence for NYork; Oscar, Taunton, for do; Bristol, for Albany; Yankee, N V ork for Kail River. 23d, ar Msrtha, Davenport, from the Pacific, with 1640 bbls sperm oil; Kgeremet, Sawyer, Machiaa for NYork; Caroline, Mliven, Somerset,, for Norfolk; Miami, Tucker, from New York; Hamlet, do, for Providence. fllMtlluteoui Record. Packet Ship Victoria, for London, will sail this day|a 12 o'clock. Brnn Vi ntrosa, from Boston for Matanzaa, lost on the Bi mini Islands in the late hnrncane, was insuied tin Boston on vessel for JVtOO, and on freight money (1000. Nhe bad su as sorted Ct'go of glassware, lard, fish, caudles, potatoes, shook*, Sic. sliip|>etl by different individuals and valued at about $12000, mostly covered by insurance. Brig Partridge, of Bath, which put into Nasssu. dismasted, had suffered hut little damage in her hull, but hatl thrown over part of herd?ek load, Accounts from Cardenas, per Robt Mills at Bristol, Rl. state that the gale there was not disastrous. The O W Kr.iglit, re ported as wrecked, went ashore, but got off withont much da mage, and waa to sail soon for Portland. Aiother Nnw Ship.?A short lime since we gave an ac count or i>... splendid ship Saranac, of 800 tons, buill for the Cope Line of Mtmix.oI Packets. We hare now the pleasure ef inuonnciiig that anothei ..inerior ship is soon to he added to the number of vessels belonging v. .lysport. J. K. llamitt is build ing at Kensington, for Wm Tlatt ft >Vo.. 1 ship of 4?? tons bur then, intended for trie China trade. SheUbnilt of Delaware oak and live oak and locust?length on neck m r^ei, breadth of 'team 30 feet 8 inches, depth of hold 19 feet, hela'li between decks 8 feet 2 inches, dead rise 23 inches. She has a totaisllsnt lorecastl*. All the timbers and knees have lieea carefully ??? lected, and the workmanship is Un shed equal to ca ?met work. Copper holts and copper fastenings are alone ui?'l tier bows are sharp, the lines graceful, and the whole model is prmioancrd by competent judges to be exceedingly beautiful.? .the is ex|ieeted to be a fast sailer. A new Barque is building at the same ship yard by Mr. Ha mitt for John Dallrtt St Brothers, which will alao be a beauti ful tod well finished vsaael. TV ?N*ii hMi "?"< W VM?*W ><t mdtutflotu toch&mtj*. *nq Ufut* the litfcul tariff *?ht itiW operation wens chiefly without work, alow they ait busily rtmylov^ ana receive from $1 M to $1 75 per day for iheir la bor.?Phil. Oax. Oct. 31. , , _ lt ... Launch.?A b&riiue, 220 tons, called the Belle, wan.launched .a Msttmuoiiett, on Tuesday morning la?t. She is ssid to be or tieaatiful modal and workmanship, ts owi ed by Edmund Alien uid others of Kairhs ven, and is to be employed in th?* sperm whale fishery, under command of Cap'ain tfaudy, late ofh&rqne Hesper. This is the third ship lsuuched from the same blocks within 4 mouth* and 29days, and an aggregatn of 1100 tons. ?aokiii* Delaware, bound to Jamaica, lith olt, lat 20,11, Ion 24?by the Joy, at this port. Herodout, from Proeincetown, 10th ult, lat 87, IS, Ion 6i?by the Henrico at this port. Caroline, from Philadelphia, 26th ult, lat 16, 14, lou M?by same. Vau Buren, 7 day* from Rhode Island for Key West, (no date) lat 30, Ion 73 50. Factor, of NBedford, for Fayal, 20th ult, lat 39, Ion 46,30, with loss of 3 boati. bulwarks aud tails. , Texidor, froni N York for Porto Kico, 13th ult, lat 27, 15, Ion kloosoon, 14 ds fm NOrleans for Glasgow, 90th,4*t 30, 20, Ion 68, 59. Whalemen* Nkw Bcdpoks, Oet 31?Ar Rebecca Sims, Kay, fin Pacific Ocean, 29ds fm Parnainbiico, with 1400 bbls (250 wh) oil and 1400 lbs bone on hoard. The R 8 sold GOO bbls wh and 140 do ko oil on the voyaae. Spoke, June 12. lat 45 8. long 176 W. Omega, Gardner, FH.6H mos out, 199 bbls; Corinthian, East erbrooks, Bristol. 19 mo?, f>00 sp wh; Oct 4, lat 14, N, lou ?7, W, Martha. Davenport for Newport, who reporred on C. Horn, Orion, NichoU, for Nant I800*p 1000 wh, all well-. At l Vi iMinbiHM. s? i<t :> i, < irolina Augusta* An Salem, put in to I procure anew windlass; Hy P Stanley, fm Baltimore. / Oct, 30.?Arr L C Richmond, Luce, Pacific Ocean, Tahitt, July 15, with 2100 bbls sp oil. Spoke, May 5, lat 1 II, lou 120, j ships Mary, Pitman, Nam. 7 mos. 200 sp; June 10, lat 40 50 S lou 130, Ontario, (tilth*, do 1000; June 11. oil the line, lou 128 30, Cambria, Harding. NB. 9;j0 sp. Left at Eimeo. J??ly i0# Desdemoua, Baker, NB. 00 bbls. Spoke, off do, July 11, Ti tnoleon, Plasket, do. 100 bbls. Spoke, Sept 12, l u 44 53, Ion 47 34, Brlle (Br) from Philad. bd to Marilius. Capt Il.irdiuge, of the Cambria, reports about June 1, Jamas Maury, of Salem, 1100 wh 450 so. Capt*iu ilussey died in May la*t; same date, Charles, Gardner, NB. 1750 sp. Died, on board the L C Rich* moud, Sept7,Somuol Paint, < f Edgortown,8d oflkisr, The Charles and James Maury wew to cruise till July, and thence bound to Talcahuana, tc? recruit forborne. The Orion sailed from Tahiti three weeks before the L C Richmond, for | home. W arr Kit, R. I., Oct 31?Art Triton, Saunders, Pacific Oceur, Tahiti 141 nays, with 2250 bbls wh 150 do spoil. At Tahiti,L June 2d, Orion, NichoU, of Nantucket. 2000 bbls oil, to sail for home iu about 10 da\ s. Spoke Sept 6th. on Abrohols Banks, Catherwood, Boody, of W?stport, 450 bbls sn oil: Capt K ?e ports ?t Isle of (iramle, Aug 20, ship Brii'dt, NB, had sold 1000 ubls oil at Rio Janeiro; Caroline, 01 Green port, 1600 wh: Sept 4, Spartan, of Provincetown, 250 sp; spoke 13, lat 2i 01, Ion 57 16, brig Hichinond, of St* George's, 20 ds from Philadelphia to H irlndoei: 14rh. I?r 77 5ft. Ion >H 40. Henry G Kintr. 18 ds fmm do to do. Capt Talier, of the Elizabeth,( of N B, which was off trer nambuco 5th inst. was sick, and it was thought would lie land ed there. Foreign Porta St Thomas, Oct7?In 1'ort, Treaty, Barnard, fm Antigua, une, just sr; Sophia, fm I oitland, do. Turks Island, Oct 15?In port, Provincial, for NOrleans, 2 [days. The Iiuntrtss, Baker, was Idg at Port au Plata to sail for Philadelphia ou the 9th. The Adua, from Boston for Portsu Prince, passed through Turks lslaud Passage ou the 12th Oct. J?ake I'orta. Cleveland. Oct25? EntM Lafayette, Allen; Texas, Kim hall; Toledo, Wilson, and Chesapeake, Angel, ()3wego; Win Foster, Detroit; Mink, Walten, Toledo; Helen Mar, Cunau, Kingston; lioyal Tar, Fletcher. Barnwell. Cld, C Crooke, Patton, aed Acorn, Brown, Oswtgo; Texas, Trowbridge, and Tippecanoe, Rand ill, Buffalo. Home Porta. | Banoor, Oct 20?Arr. Arixeue, lleiriman, from Bermuda, I via Belfast. NrwBtJRVPORT, Oct SO?Schr Baltict went oowu to shin Hannah Spragua,| yesterday The ship is larrfectly tight, and tha officers and crew all well. Boston, Oct 31?Arr Montreal, Snow, N York, to load for tlie | Sandwich Islands; Catalpa, Dome, ( harl'stou Iflih inst; Har binger, Brown. Fival 14 h; Gamer, Hodge, Surinam 29th ult? I left Baltic, Waite, from Portland, unc ; Alpine, Marchant for Boston, tit Sfer'ing, Parson.i, for do. unc. Also arr, M ldrid. Lyttle; St Lawrence. Randall; Georgians, Crispin and Gen 1 Bolivar, Berry. Philadelphia: Marcia, Suiiih, Wnahiwjston, NC\ Niagara, Loveil, Albany; \lai/.e, Uliner; Beni Bigelow, Bax- j ter; Renown, Lovell; Splendid, ('rowell and Cambridge, Hall, NYork. Cld, Klleu, Christopher Gill, Havana. Anna, Rey- i nolds, and Matth ws. Philadelphia; Vultnre, Walker, Ht Jago; Acadian, Kldridge, Halifax; Jos Baleh, Hallett, Baltimore; Pearl, Hardi lg, IMiiladelphia; St Patrick. Lansil, Bangor; Nar ragansett, Haker, Norfolk, City Point and Richmond; Cordova, Cole, Norfolk; Porto liico, Parker, Bangor; Dover Pack t, Brewer, Thomaston. Sid Brewster, Roman, Vulture, Arab,| Acadian. Geo Otis, Oueoco. and Washington. 30th?sld Mary Nkw Bedford. Oct 29?Arr George Warren, Foster, Cher ryfield?30th, irr Jane, Bates, and Alabama, Nickenton, Phila delphia; Eliza, Doane, NYork; Krik, Gibbs, and Georgians, Albany; Mary Proctor, Doaue, NYrrk?Sld, Brighton, Cox, NW Coa&tlCornelia. Ilicketson, NYork; Mercy, Smith, Nor fo'k; Mohawk, Norris, Va: Repub'ic, Sowle, Albany?31st, arr Industry, Hr"wu, aud Tigkr, Nye, NYork?Shi Minerva, Macomber, N W Coast. Kdoartown, Oct 37?Arr Sierra, Masters, N York for Wind sor; Georgiaua, Crispin, Philad. for Bo^on; Madrid, Little, do do; St Lawrence, Randall. dodo; Increase, Haskell. NY or* for Weymouth; Cassius, Crockett, Nant for Bangor; Caroline, Cotterell, do for Bel fait; Ostrich, Kldridge, N York lor i9ostou: Diamond, Price, do for Camdeu: Providence, Douglas, Provid j for Co&tine; Fairfield, Burr. NYork for Salem; Hudson, Tarr. do for Gloucester, Llizaheth, Allen, Nantucket. 2Mth?Sld all \ensels bound K.\ iu nort, Henry, repairing. 30th?Sld Alfre.l | Tyler, Luce. Pacific Ocean. Lost, by being knocked overboard by the jib of sch Hero, (to which vessel he was attache'!,) on the 19th, off Katon's neck, Wm. Brewster, of Thomaston, Me., aged about 23. All attempts to save him were unavailing, j Providkni'E, Oct 30?Ar Hero, Siielman. Albanv; Vyrn H Hawkins, Newbnrg.jN Y: J une- L Loug, Hawkins^ Kdttor, Dayton; Moses lCudy, Bliven, and Victoiy, French, N York? l Sld Louisiana. Eddy, NOrleans; Marietta Ryan, Whelden, Philadelphia: Caledonia, Spelinaii. Albanv. Bristol, Oct30?Arr R bt Mills, Darling. Matanz u. lte I ports going in, hint line, Munro, from this nort, with fore.yard and lower mast standing, under foresail and trysail, bulwarks off. A Portuguese seaman , named Antone, fell from the bow sprit off Newport, and was drowned She was immediately hove to, and a bo-it lowered, but the unfortunate man had sunk. New Haven, Oct 30?Arr J Biick, Reeve*; Mail, liartrum; and Geo Washington, Burroughs, Philadelphia; Eliza Ann, Smith, Bnndywiue; Su(>erior, Rogers, Albany?Sld Wright, Small, N York. ! Philadelphia, Nov. 1?Arr Norris Stanley. Whitney, St | Thomas 7th and Turks Island 15th ult?Cld Plato, Holmes, i Trieste; Leader. King, Barhadoes; Elizab-th, Bourne, Nan- 1 j tucket; Constellation, Smith, and Chief ll?eves, Providence; | Abm Bro^n, Davis. Pawtucket; Judge Hitcheoc*, Hathaway, Taunton; Lion, Baxter, Boston; A Marshall, Boston. Richmond, Oct 3^?Sld Abathul i, Cram, and Susan Lud wig, Corliug, 8<tkm; Willow, Shib'Is, and Uuiou, Ryder, Boston. i harLESTON, Oct 28?In the offing, a Sw ?hil??Cld Ocean, Willard, Liverpool; Cathaiin#, Benv, NYork. Moiiiitfic, Oct 21?Ar Howard, Hill, Bos 'ru (it'll Green,! Clarke, and Hcniy I'lautagenet, Beswick, Havana* New Ohllans,Oct23?Cld New Hampshire, Retinoid, Li- , verpoolt Nabout, Farald, Gibraltar. Ar Sultana, Denuis, N York: Francis Dr-pau, Savory, Havre; Europe. Barker, Bath, Ma?Coining up, John Holland, Henderson. Down*; Hilah, Hammond. NYork; Narrogonset, .Destebecho, Boston; AHerton, Torrey, LivariMml. AUCTION oALka. A. C. TUTTLK. Aiictionrer. ? WATCHK8. JEWKLHV, p/.ATKU VVAHK, KAN(-V VV oooDS, he.?JA^OB S. I'LATT will ??ll l'hii Day. at 10 o?clo<:k, at the Auction Room, No. 23 Piatt, corner of Gold St., a large assortment of Gold and Silver Watches; Eng lish and American Jewelry, ^c. Also, Plated Ware. Au iu voice of rich pla'ed ware, consisting of lievolviug Castors, Calo B isk-ts, Candlesticks, Waiteis, fitc., being new goods just lauded. Also, Fancy Goods, comprising a general assort nt. Also, fine Japanned Tea ^T rays a no \\ alters, 'l'errns [months for one hundred dollars and upwards. n2 lt%rrc I "AUCTION NOT 1CE.?THIS DAY. I LARGE SALE of Sni?*rior Second Hand and New Furni I lure of all descriptions; Stoves, Kitchen Utensils, i^c.? JaTio, by virtue of a mortgage, one splendid Plat'o Forte, and a quantity of Furniture. A small stock of Groceries. % 20,000 Cigars, and nmneious other goods. Also, two trunks of excel-p1 lent Clothing?at 10>* o'clock at II f*|?suc* strenc. n2 It*rrc TllOn BELL, Auctione?t.| ? GEO B. ROLLINS, Auctioneer. BULBOUS FLOWER ROOTS AT AUi;TION. This Day. 2d NovmUr, I Oh, hi I0>i o'clock, at the Sales Room No. 17 Bn?sd st. Bulbous Knot*. Two coses verychoic Dutch Bulbous Flower Hoots, just received in a short passage from Amstsrdam, from the well known house ol D'Lauge & Sons, Harlem, iu Holland, compriftieg the usual assortment of tl>aciuihs, Tulips, Nareissui. Annemones, Ranuncules, Cro cus. kc.. &c. Also, 10 bbls African Go mo, lor sale iu lots to [suit purchasers. WILK1NS fit ROLLINS, p n2 lt*irc PEREMPTORY SALE OF FUltNlTl KE, BEDDING, I L lie?II. E. WILLARD will sell This Morning, at I0.S o'clock, without re erve and whatever maybe, the state of the weather, al? the Furniture remaining in the Btoie 301 broad way, cor er of Duaue itreet,including .Viahokany % end full Meuch and Maple ('hairs; 1 '* Sofis. iu various fashionable style*, Mar- , hle top, Centre and Pier Tables; Divans; Marble top and plain ! Bureaus, and iuclosed Wasnstandx; Wardrobe; Side-board; Hat Stand; Mahogany Rockers, Sewing and Arm Chans, etc.. &.c. Bedding. Also, the balance stock of excelleut double and single Hair Mattros.ies, Feather Beds, Bolsiers aud Pillows, | Pai'asses, &c., from a manufacturer closing his business. n2 It*m W* NT ED?A Clerk in a Hetail Drug Store ?Apply to Dr DOUGLAS, 423 Greenwich street, between the hours of 9 and II A M. lljr ANTED?An efficient Book-Krefer.?One thoroughly ac *? quHinud wiih liia nrul?*ji?i ni, and wli i will d?*ot? u>. wliol<> of hi. lim- to tlw inUTP.t <if lii. employer., ir*y I >?*' of Kood situation if immrdi.le .|?|dication I*h made. Pimi, n?.jl ipiily |,lit ,i,cii a. cm com^ well rtcomniend^d. A<Mre,i li H , lint rn, 1'ark HoU-Otfice. "I it* rrc * "WANTKJ) A MAN CAI'ABI.K OK (iONDUCTINO A MANUFAC TOJ<V OH SULPHURIC ACID, and ih* nmt common < heinical |irodu'H. Thi. will be a cn>iul thanre for a comi* i.nt Y'iu'jk m\:i without capital. Addre,. Bni No. 1040, Lower l>o.t Otfice, .tatiiiK n.m?, addreu, and i|ualificationi. o26 Iwi.'m ANTED.?A white woman a. (^ook?good re.omm<-uda tion.. Apply at 413 Hon*toil street. ^O LKT?Krom tSe lit November?Handjom. apartmeoU, - conaiatiiiK of two laritf parlor, on the liriit floor, w itliit or thr" h.d-room?. A private Uble will lie fitrtii.hed. eiirtner pad ini I iri can be had by early application atll I Hon, ton ?li?et. w i A 'PO I,KT?The two utory Monte, No. 37 Whit. ?tre?t. Apply 1 at No. 1? White ?treet. ?3I 4t*m prvirfjOLLAKS flKVVARD. QTOLEN?A Draft for one hmidiwl dollar., by .Ino. T. Smith ^Jfc(;o..on K. W. I'lirk k Co , ol Philadelphia, in favor of K. llnaiiffi>nd emlorwd hy him?dated New York, October, 1844, pavable at ?i*ht. The public i. cautioned not to c?ah or UTKOCiate the, a* payment of it ha? bee* stopped. 1 he above reward will paid by it* tieina returned t? n2 3t - in > KNAUH'T, 83 <?old *tre?t. sTnTM S? NKW N OVEL. rpHI.H DAY PUBLISHED hy BUROK88, STRINGER fc 1 CO., 222 Broadway, comer of Ann *tre?t. CAfll liK D I S M A i. , OR THE BACHELOR" CHRISTMAS! A Domestic l.eic'nd hy W. <?. SIMMS, author of "(inv Ri?* er.," "'J'he Yem u.e','' kc , kc.?in onejvolnme?pnee twenty five cents. n2 2ti?*rrc TANNKK'S AMKIIICAN TKAVKLI.KK KRESH SUPPLY of thi* valuable Travelling CoBirnnion __ i< just received and for .ale at th? Map Store, No. IS3 tlroHilw.y. Also, Travelling and Library Map. of .very description. T. R. TANNER n2 It* rrc T'HE REV. JOHN N MAKK1T will praach in the Mrtho dist Kpi?c< pal I hureh. in Wi.lett, imar 4ir.nd ?tieel, To morrow (SuudayJ Afietiin.,n, at 1 o'clock. 'I'he REV. DR. LEVIN OS will preach at the ?atn. place, at lislf part 6 o'clock in tli? .veiling A collection will b? taken up on tlie occion. lit lt*M COLT'S REPEATING PISTOLS, WITH THE LAT KMT IMPROVEMENTS OF 1144. GRKAT impo.ition* havn lately practised uj"'" UM P?b lie by repr?entin? and scilinaii* Si? Usrrel or Self < ticking Pi.'ol ss 4 oil*. Patent Pi.tol, The ' oil's Kei^im* lirtol. Ililles, Carbine, and Shot <iuns, are .old forcjsn at IT I llruad way, New York, ky JOHN EHI.ERS, Proprietor. n2 3t?m To tailors, drapers and clothiehb.-a per *o? from ih. OhP t'onntrv, of long' e?l>?riem-e in London ^snts s situation us Foremnn < tutor. Address M. i . II., ofBc of thi. paper, or Indian Que?i llot.l, 14 R.ade streat Also,, young man want. . situation in lb. Oroenry or Spirit. tlMe Addre.i A. 8., M .bovfc nt It*i AMUSEMENTS HARK THKATKR. T HIH '*? v'AS IP. i"-? u vLhu ^wwemeit. r J?Lr.-tYjkC''? "ol. f, will be pre tenirsl. itw coined v of SPEED *HE HLOU<JH-8ir Abel H-uidy, MT Bob Handy. Mr. VV H. < ruu, Miu BlandforJ. M>? C. KliU .,Tw,5*1 lH*AJ*bFATHl!.R WHITEHEAD Grandfather Whitehead, Mr. Placide; 1-Angle y, Mr. Barry Admimiow -Bosaa.l.t Tier 7ic?ut.-Secoud and Th.rdTim M cauU?Pit M centt-Oallery *> cent.. NIBbO'S. " M<ri'ur.U(f.,^*mMU1 celebrated charaaUr of Paddy Tmw ^r,^T5?^?JA'hVUuu,, ?? ^ J"* L? ...!h.Y *? !*ux.w'|l b?pre*euted the p(^"',0?7D? Cir.l7? SWPit as I mm. Bote. (tu accommodate is pcnwi'I) fj each. CI It CIS?WOW KKY. ...-."KILLIANT addition to the TROUPK A ymar'-%xTA Pandemonium IviiustrHi. ** '""" OM Virginia by llie o'Hock'-^om'bV 10k.caut?.?Performance. commence at 7 - ? ?-? - o3l 3t*m * thicatiuE: ARCH STREET, PHILADKLPHIA Tr,^Y^rwKy>^x^:^ followed by THE MILLINER'S IIOI L1UAV ENADKH8 wilfSSi, BANU OK ^HIOPIAN HER. To conclude with LAFITTE, th* Pirate of th. (Julf. a T?f? p^l,;.K hKD,U( El) i o *? cSTrsT^ajT A 1^f*J?LIC'UU?a g*'?tl*men of Urge families uTt ?H "'f1' ?? v*tr"0ll? 'I?the ? BATTLK OF UUNkVW; I v'i k' 450 Broadway?the Oreatest M?ch*u ! ti. j'V VVoild?alni.nt surpasses real life and ihila^l1,hi",t'Don? T" !hV"' S,l0'0fl0 '""i""' Boaton'aml P# ffik'.r"1 "IT" ?! commence at 7* .'clock. , ki"ibitiona on We<*MtsaBirs aud Saturdays at 3 P M and School.adm.tted on liberal term. ?&?*"?" ' ATl!hW?OPEI!\lfL'11 one month only. of Milliana, in Africa, between the Ktfcncli and the yfrabs And ART AND SCIENCE OF DANCING AM) waltzing. A CARD? MR. WHALE aud DAOOHTKll lewectfullv ^.announce to the Ladle. and (tentl.inen of N.W tf!St thZ their 'lasses in Dancing, Waltzing, and the 1'olka Umti' will rominenoe at the Aawnblr Room, Coust tu "n l .'f B* -hroteSS.^7- d'tob" ?*? '""1 wil' continue Day! of Tuition, for Young Ladle. aud OentUkneu under u t.Amp'if..1' ? ' * cla???, without a.l.^tioual J,urge Mr. W. trust. that the reference! he shall offer of his cauabilitv idic aiiin"' r5'' "'!} Aradeinii ? attended to on up Hic.ttion aa above, oral hi. PnTtir Academy No 70 Smh rp -j ,, ~ EXHIUITJOH. ~ THE END OF THE WORLD. A PAllVTINfi VKlty LABOE 51 K. AaeIIi at .he An..iu r.oni'lii tolS'Ko,? kiWbitiot. it] Mtiraly w aeaas&a.-10 5^- -7??^ ? iiftSX*"""-R A u Admittance to the Onrden ,uui l'rmor\mn tt cent.. Artist, are riurectfujly inrited to the Panorama free of choice. U 1 ne Ptnorairit of Midras w;\s eihibited in itusull V?e^re;Wl W" 1 ""T":""" cm. ?nd when purcluued by l.ondon considered the very be>t Panoramic raintiu* in *13 inire TIVC)LI SALOON, rmul"''".CHARLTON AND VARICK 8TRKFTH r\.ubliTil'l?l|lFIP,1| re,l"ctl'u"v inform their friend, and the' IticS^nnd HilM>re^r^(-'L,!..i'.* ?*!?!)n' ''Oftnerly fi imbhc that they liavenwm ned ilieTivoli Saloon (formerlv Richmond Hill,) corner ofCharlton anl Varick .'reeu the season, and to accommodate nil who miiy favor them willi their patTOIUM-hav.nL. the 1 ,r<e,t n,?l inosTcommod U? ro. m Meeting yK7ti?'Lrdf.r^ 7 thriSS' (JirOK/iK'HAM.LTrS T" ^ KKANi:i8 BOQUET, ' J I'ropri?tor?. tlieir call oJ7 lm*rrc CENTREVILLE COURSE?TROTTING. Thursday, Novetibar 7th, at a o'clock, P. M.. lueciselv ? Match for linn, two mile h?at?, in waSon..' ' 1 ,PC,W,J PifjiPL ?'") <?? name, sr. u. Tom Moody. rnillip Webber name? br m Ladv p Novemb r ^th. ? a ?Vl"ck, 7 M ,Sjv_ temd:? """ m * h&nu'"- The following Worses areen Phinm ",,rl- ?; *? ?ir< hules. ffiZliZ.pui-K?:.X-irw na hHje glU""' A,b"V m" VA??y 'enks : KOOT RACK Klin ?i40(l Fourteen Hundred Dollars will be paid f,,r i r??. u. . . take place .n the BKACON < OI 'l{sK, Hoboken. oppoi.'t? foFlow."?' OU of November, weather |*rmittin?, as A mil^' ,$7n0lto l,f fi"?. ??" to the second, At c .,A f ' *r to ,he f';"r,,1> r'"d $2.'| t<. the flflh. ??i, A i * l1 nte' to the first, and $3fl to the secoud in the race. ' All entries to be made on ?r befo-c th* 7th Novemb-r, esce/.t rf vllTv"'"? l,v'n?J'?"*,*r?l,?t*nP? than 301) mile, from theeily of New i ork. Such t?rs .... to have the ,.r? ilege of rate ring the Saturday previous to the race. Entrance. $1, which can lie made R S^tVf'lVk IU.w ,,r0,,n,t0r' " Wm1 Hoboken, or with Om following Mrson. have entered their nana* to start for the ten milu race: John OildersUve, tl? winner of tl^ last ^-e also John Barlow and 1 homas ilreenhaUh, ljeuig (lie two i* irVV e" i? U Knglaad; also three others who were in the isVxpeeted '' C ?' '1 lo<li'ul Buffalo, KTt':,;',rvl<:f lhrT milM Wi." tak''. ':Uc.# &t two o'clock pretl.. ? l>?nnd the ten mile raoe at three o clock. "nn lM,*rf<- r S. HHOWrNINO, I'ropri.tor, THE ROTARY MAGNETIC MA( 1IINES, THE DUODYNAMIO TREATMENT OF DISEASES. lh s ? , e Rotary Magnetic Machi.ies are of ?liIT 'ent sire, ami ?ru Iut_d into neat mahogany cases, including the battery, I he case ol the fir?t sire is ten iurlie? long, five wi.l ? and three 'jeep. I he sjcond ?ir.? is eight inches long, four wide, and tl ree !jP: i wi *'J5 lV,rv'," '""K. three wide, and two and a half dee". 1 he fourth sue u sii inches and a half long. Ihiee wide and one and a half deep. Tlw* instruments are set imi covers in magnetizing, as seen in the figure, are made m a **.'/, ?"'Pefor style, jewelled, and run in the best manner I hese instruments are made upon . inathem ilical lirraiigement or a new principle in Duodyn imics, by which the power of the machine is increased, and the shucks of the old clnnny mv cnine". always disagreeable and often irjarious, ate avonl d 1 h. price of these machines is from fifteen to twenty dollars according to th* style in which they are finished ' ... H. 11. SHEltWOOD, M. D. a* ? m _ I0i i liamberi afreet, N. V. TO LET-Sii new three ..ory, in Chri.t^hn T7HW street, neiir Washington Also, the second floor, lie. I M["; a g.Hid house in llunston street, near the Bowery, to a "fiiMll ntivuly. Kent low. Ap| ly to .... R. JKNNINOB, Jr.. "]31^ ,rr mciterrv Street r_ B1W ONE.pRlCE HAT STORE JL 41' have opened their new stare on the cor . i ,trN* Chatham squara. No. I7fi with S3 and $1 llata, antl a gr*-at variety of Capn and Kurt I he proprietors for several year* p.itl hare ?trictJr adhered to Uie one-price cssli system, wlrrehy thev are enabled to m ini, . ur u" ** V ?"'"1 *P ?'tic|e f.r ih. price charged as any establishment in lliel nited Hl.te. ' BROWN Ik CO'S Wliolsssl. and Ketail . tc-, . </ap and Fur tifore, 178 (/'tiltham iquare. N< 'I ICS TO THE LADIES. The firm of BARENNE k CO., the on'y Millinery MHT''"use lu the Lulled States that has a branch in Paris, "ave the honor to inform the l.adie., who are desirou. of l""' l'r"'ch Ha'., thst they will receive bt the packet Francois 1st, from th-ir branch in Paris, two caws of ?5''n" "* w"ni this wooer in tbe sml eity N P.?Not last year's, but those of this s?.s..n ' ?)!? A IIKHNKTH Vl* N HOT A N I C A.I, PILLS ONE bm of these invaluable Pills are worth all the ouack ' medicine, advertised for certain delicate diseases Let the unlortanate rest aasured that there is no esaggeration in assert ing Ibese I ILM to Ije a ,|?edy r.d,c?l rnre for Oonorh.^., ?leeu, Irritation of the kidneys, fcc 'I hey wer. I.irsesera PT^rrihed by rhf ee|f*hr?|ed Almrtiethy in nil tlw ?irave?of the above In the lirst stag., one hot is usually sufficient to effect . cure m a few days. In bing-iirotracted chronic stages obstinate gle.u, Vc.they are er|iiafly cettaiu; having cure.1 hundreds who had taken other medicine* for months which tended more to destroy the coiMtitutiou tlun to cure th< disease I hey never leave the parti .abject to ihe trohlesome we ikness which *o rre.|ueiitly .iccur after using otlwr mediciM*. Thev liave no unpl^asvit Uste or smell, arid anyone taking thein mj?ht frequent the most IT fined society without having their misfortnm s suspected. Thev are com|H>*ed entirely of vegen III. ingredient., which invigorate the system generally, pan). l 'r eI ,V'e- l K,7"Ul ?v[lnn," I, y T r'l'""v suitable to females r " I T ""t (ll mail to any part of the united Stales. For .de. wholesale anil retail, by William vfclK."* ,?P"th*C'r,M * ? ?'he""" ?'reet, Ll at ir <>t lm*rc " A|>( Maiden Laot. F(!\fi nV,.n'iV,( All repairing m the Billiard line done In the best m*nner IK.s.ible *nd at the shortwt notice. PleaM appK to ?"* T O .ON N Sk', 1 Ann stratt TVJffiSiL^EVMEN BAKER8 or the Cities of New ? ts lir?n I n"i t"i7A ('"?.T"*1 m"*?ng of the Tiade, in all n r ri V Jmt o'clock. .?H Hafurdat ilreTIi .'-M. Holfl. north went corner of*?betii and HKVRKAL or THK THADfc. wfi lt#m f?v Tf.rr f^yfv^vv t ? ? I'ki.AvJ ii|)lUA* f .ivpuiidrtio of the Hi raid J I'hm iOii rKii, Not. I, IM4. The aUction commenced this morning, but without that vxaitemaut that it generally attend* at on such occa sion!. Tba weather is remarkably Ana and clear, and tUera 1* every proipect of lta continuing *o throughout the day. It U thought that the rote will not be ae large us at the laat general election. Thu may be attributed to various cautea? local fe< lioga, attachment!, jiassins, and prej adicei. The wbigi aay that they will bare a Majority of 6,MO in the city and county, while the democrat! aaaert thai it will not be htlf that number. The whig majoiity will, no doubt, be between three and lour thouaand. A drover wan robbed tbia morning oi $600 in aaah, and checks to the amount of ?3 two. A horrible murder wm committed in the Eastern ooni entiary on Tueaday. The riotim ia a nurse in that fnati tti'iou named Jamaa Ouston. a man of mild and lnofWn sive habits, and remarkable for hia kiDdneaato tko prison ?ra. Th<- murderer ia a prisoner named John Bill man, who ia said to be partially deranged. Ho ia conknod for Mealing a horse in Lycomiag county. Oaaton went in ?o hii cell to clean it out. when Billmu struck him .everul blowi on the head with apiece of planking which lie tore,irum the floor ol hia cell, and killed him deed. He alterwardi dressed himielf in the murdered monl clotbet. and walked down to the front gate to make hia f icape, but was rt cognized and lecured, by the clerk and (wool the turnkeys. at thi Stocb Exchanoe.? KMC U. 8. 6'g, 1M>, lOfij, 8.1 state ft'i, na IU4-A, ?8; U6 Com Bank Natohec lOi; 00 Girard Bank, II j Second Boakii?SOttti State 5'i, 71} SHIP NKWbi By baat Ntght'o Southern Mall. Bai.timohk, Nov I?Arr Queen, Potter, 11 days from Prori d'nea. Cld Sarah Elizabeth. Kirwan, Havana. Norfolk, Oct 3u? Arr Susan, Siguur, N York; Mary k Si nn. Mc'linto, Waal Indira. SELPHO'S FIRST PREMIUM ANGLESEY LEG. Oft 8PRINO STREET, patronized hv Il.. ^..,.-It suranons OVl throughout E.? tneuiost distinguish^ of ttar ?7 brethren 111 tlie United States, and allowed by all to r?. tlie nearest approach U> uature hitherto produced^ Introduc ed into tliii country, and made solely by WM. 8ELPHO, HO Spring street, near Broadway , New York. Tnrms moderata, and indisputable references given. " | have irfii tlie artificial leu of Mr. Svlpho; its construction ap|?ara excellent anil well calculated to answer all the object! desired. Uui the bent of all is the proof of those who wear tlwin; tins is positive and undeniable. Koine of my friends, whom I have mutilated, inform me that tliev are superior to all others." VALENTINE MOTT, ? n2 Itn*r? Professor of Surgery, University of New York. ATKHMAN SWEET Hi HONS, NATURAL BONK M ETTK.ltS? h'arlM inttead of mittaket, light instead of darknfti, truth iru/eud of Itupidlty, reality initead of fiction. ?I intend opening a School in Amsterdam, Montgomery Co., New \ork, on the 1st of January, lUi, for the purpose of in structing youth of both sexes in my new discevarrd science of Anstomy aud useful Botany, by mechanical piocess, by natural philosophy, and human reisou. and self study, without the use of old hooks, or withuut the old practice. Only to show the mistaken id?a? of thousands of years, and the little improvement eviT made in the most uieful Mid most needed scieuce in the world for all classes of human and suiinsl crration in relief ef sufferings. My pupils will be deluded from the need of resur rection powers to learn bone setting. It will comprise living subjects for examination and operation, humans, animals, fowls ?if the sir, and fish of the sea, to be as agents, uniler the Almighty, for k'ovd to all and not ihemeelves only. Mv medieiue issimide, of my own ion)position, used by me fifty >eara, to greet relief, even when the same, as fire, or leeches, or cups, used in the old practice, have not injured or dentro>ed, I ain sble to relieve or restore most of my employers. Patients desirous to consult me, w ho are abl? to get there, will receive attention, and may be l>.?,iU.d the,- or u*A.r l,y ; any ???? whose case is loo despeiste to i;et there, will receive attention at home, ny i>dilreealng lo es. |n duty to Ood and my ewn soul,, and my fellow creatures, my ui ifl is increased often, by hearing of practiouers preventing some from Iwing relieved by m?', or after I have relieved, trying til |<ersuadr them out of their own senses, to that effect. I da prod on si-lf-eviiWuce as tlie strength of my prsclice?tbev butt their friends slid not tne. I hate no wantof employ by all their lu srepreeeuiationa, and tliems^lves, if any couscieeee in righteousness, tlie dog ill the ma iger islan old. proverb, wont e't the hay liitnsrlf or let the o? rat it. at-lt*rrc STRANGERS BEWARE. IN THIS AOK OK QUACKERY AND HU.MBUO, it ia ^ moat im|Kirtaut to choose an experienced physician?DK. J. KVANShiu removed his did Oalen's Head Dispensary to No. 288 Pearl street, corner of Beekman street, where he continues hi* most dlraordinary cures of all delicate diseases, no matter iiow complicated, lie apprises the citizens and strangers that there is no Dr. Kvans in (us old stand, and that lie has no con m otion whatever with any other ollice. "I lt*m " U- 'rts Worth Wiiil* to do a Tmi!mi, TlS W'oK'IH WllILK TO no IT KlOHT." Q|R:?From a bad cold I had a levere cough, violent catarrh, 0 hoaisent'irt ai d sore throat, and wa? cored by usiag yoar ex celleiit Cough Candy. WALTER hMlTH, 160% Division itrat. To Dr. Mohak No. 29J Division st. .... MOHAN'S COUOH ('ANDY will tieSfnund.a speedy help in time of nrsd, for Colils aud all affections of the Lungs. It can lie bad at the I'rug stoies sll over New V ork and vicinity; of Mrs. Haves. Brooklyn, and at tlie Manufacturers Drugstore, No. 2il2 Divisj iu street. wholesale ind retail. "I 3f r'! IITII K.- J betlnin of Uh l.i i.lbCh ti BUVINU, at La jjuavra hating lieen dissolved by mutual cnasent.thi" under viKiied remains charged with tlie liiiuidstum. He will also con tinue to' t the same buiiuess as that of th?' laje house under his own name. W. DELCL1KUR. Laut avaa, October 1,184-1. oSI 3t*m WATCHES!? WATCHES AND JEW ELK Y.?Tho aa *' who wish to purchase (sold or'Silvir Watches, Oold haim, Hold Pencils, Keys, fcc. will find it greatly to their ad vantage to call on the subscril>er, who is selling ail daecripuoaa ?if the nbov? at retail much lower than any other how 11 the city. Oold Watches as low as $W and ttt each. Watchee ind Jewelry exchanged or bought. All Watches WBr unei! lo keep good time or llie meney returned. Witcbas, 1 /locks and Jewelry repaired in tlie best manner and warranted, it much less than the usual prices. O. C. ALLEN, lmi?irterof Watcliea and Jewelry, ol Im'eu Wlioleutle and retail, 30 Wall it., up stairs. \TU1H t-l't) AMAlEUllS or PISTbL ^HOOTINO LM ?V. CARMAN, tnrgs reai-ectfally to announce to hia rirndv and the public, that he lioa lured cowmodiou! apart nents hi the newly erected building, corner of Lispenara street Hid Broadway, winch lie has fitted up without regard to ex pense, and intends opening tills day. Tn-sday, 1st October, as a SHOOT NO UALLEICY, where lie will be happy to accom nodata all who aiay take pleasure in the amusement. K/ery uieiition will be paid to visitors, and their coinfoet care rally provided for. ?* |.tn ** 'TW I'Rtil'KIK.I'OKM of the Manufactory of Hegass named i MIIIII BY HON having heard that counterfeits and imita t ,lions of tlieir bars made their apt?arance ia vannai markets of Euroi* and Nnrtn beg to inform the pub lic that e?ery box of S<*ars not contsmii.*, besides the label <nd n^meof Lord Byron, the br>ud "Lluo Uairoe," ?? ?i?irioai, wloeli they make public in order lo avoid that the eoutoii? who honor them with their sonlidence sbonld be imposed uooa through til. Credit which they have hitherto aoaeedadI to 1Ujmr manuTacory. LINO QU1ROB It. t-O. iUfARA, SfjiUmb^r, 1H44. olft IB ffC KX CHANGE "HOTEL 4c EATING SALOON No. 77 DOCK STREET, PHILADELPHIA rPHK Subscribers tesiiectfolly inform their friends gad the I public, that they have re-fitted and opened the above eata tilishmeiit. where tl ey at- prepared at all times lo furnish Dia ,ers, Huppers and Breakfast, at the shortest notice. They will Weep an Ordinary from 12 o'clock A.M., until 4 P.M., wheo Pff ,i,ns can dine on all tlie delicacies of tlw season. The Bar Wll 1 aaitT, supplied , snd from their long exiwrieoae in the baat leas, tle'V hope to ((ive general satisfaction. They have also luted up a number of airy and well ventilated ileeiuu.' rooms, affording persons arrivim by the diffeient rail .sds and steaiii'ioats, au opportunity to obuia lodging at all boars of the night. Atlai lied ai the establishment, is aa extebiive stabling for The public tu?y r*st assured every attention will be paid all *h? fa??r them w ith a cult. J 7"* The loratiou is in the immediate vW.aitr of the pnaei ;?*1 tlanks, K-'ilrii id aud Steamboat laudiugs, and oppusise ike i hiladelnhia Eiahaage. RICHARD B. JONES, sit 2t?w DA NIr.L COPPELI. l/lt^.V 11 i riAIKS, SIiJa* and KANCY TABLES? P TIKKANV, VOUNO fc ELLIS invite purchasers to t.Kik at their style of Chairs. !*wing i;hair?, Aim Cliairaaud -?.ifis, under the idea that tliey are mure bee'itifuKnd more Pn feet in ipialitv and finish than any for sale elsewhere ITier dso believe, from their sales snd tie- nniverssl exmwseions of ?tiose who bate made them"el?e? scnnaiuti-d with the pricee or iiliers. that tliev am decidedly moderate inprice. T. V Si E. hav? also very Imiuliful fablea, W ork stands. ??iss Kustic Chairs, (st greatly redaced imcee,) Iron and Papier Mache I hairs. Tables, fcc., with a large collection of I'arlor anil t bamher Omainenu, all of their owa imporUtloaa, I .r *ale at modeeate pricea, and packet) free of charge. 2ti? is Im in FASHIONABLE DANCING. MONK. OABRIEL DE KORPONAT. HAS tlie honor of informing tlie Ladies and Oenllemao of New York, and vicinity, that he baa arrived for the purpose of giving instruction in tlie principal fashionable Sauces prevailing in the highest circles of European and American society. Mons K. has lately arrived from Boston, Saratoga and New I ort, where his style met ths warmest wlmiralioo of the pablio, mil tlie marked approval of the laahionable community.? Vinong ouwra. MOM K. proimses to teeab that well known ?lime La POLKA?the new Ciuadrilles with original music? fbe Vsite d? Dent Pas?the Mstonrka?new Cotillions?new Oalnppe and sll American Dances. Mons. K. will lie assisted by MADAME KORPONAY aa Musician. Tlie instruction will he given la the Krench, "tlor man and Hnglish languages. Mo.inn are engaged st 113 Broadway, corner of Lispeuard ilreet, (formerl* the New York Lycenm.l?strictlv private, cool and -ur\?for the accnminndatioa of Indies and (ientleBien. The Polka, and 'lie new Quadrilles as at present danced in the fashionable circles of Loudon and Paris, can be taught ia (ti or twelve lessons, except the Maxourka. All others in tnaoty four lessons. Kor luriher particulars, inquire of MONS. KORPONAY, at his residence, 77 t handlers street. Tikms:?l I iss lessons frum 6 to 7, 7 to I, and I to ? doily. Hit lessons, fti?twelve lessons, tlO, snd quarter, $Li. Private lessons?six lessons, $1: twelve lessons, $11; quar t-r. ?*) All other hours will be devoted to Public Inatitutaa, Acad emioa, &c , lta. H. HENRY PHII.LlPa ever inada; broaght (-v palist, is now to be sold, tmm Ware looms of Htodart. W orcester Ol Itf re UI.ANt l 1ARD'S PATENT STATUE, WOOD AND COAL STOVES?KOR HALLS. VARLORS. I tlURt HES, PUBLIC ROd.MB. kc. WHOLESALE AND RfeTAIL. PHESE STOVES area Statue of Washington, the Father ? of ourt'ounuy. The lilieral patronage they received last winter, and the universal satisfaction they gave, hss induced the inventor, st a great exp?n?e, to introduce a larger sixe, elegantly oiiamented, with ? mics door,end surmounted with a tpleadid 'male figure. These stoves have a decided advantage in favor .1 tlie purchaser Tliey may be used for years, without any s(ierise, with very little care. Nmaerouv testim-wnals of the ? hm| qualities of tlie sbove stores, from gentlemen of the hifh ?<l st?nde g from all osrts of the Uui'ed f<Wtes, Can be seen at be store or llie subscriber, wliere will also he foand the I orin ?nan Parlor Stove?an entire new and splendid article, sn|*rior i any ever yet offered lo the public; together with a complete "?aortmeul of Stoves of all dene intioes. J A \1 h.S HINDo. No 114 Orad street, one door east of Broadway. N. B.?Statues for Stoops, Nickes. aad other ornamental par uses, for sale as sbove. o30 1m* rrc FANCY FURS \ B EH It MAN, Importer and Mao a facta rer of Europaan "? and Aineri' an Fancy Eurs, offers for sale, at hia wholeaale .1 retail Store, nl William street, a few doon (torn Enltoe ? et, a choice, aiegsnt. ard extensive assortment iff every de "*eOon European and American Kaocy Eon. I' S t ouiitrv rnevcbants woald do well lo (all at this .lilivbinent and examine the goods, as they will tad both the ,ces aud qnality s saviug lo them at least IS per cent. D BEHRMAN. iw'rf i ? Iff . t I ENT KlIEA'THINO kkLT.? lgcases Patent Mheathi* Kelt, a very suiierior article for ships' holt ni and tlie room Hinses Kor sale by t. KCOLLlNS It <-O , >78 !it Month ? l rent <UGAMe-lt Msds I'wmo Wew Orleana?for sale by ' E. K. COLLINS k CO. tMn M Sooth ait t

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