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NEW YORK, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 5, 1838. I From o^- Evening edition of yesterday. | Highly Important from the West? Further Accounts from Navy Island? War with England. We have just received despatches from our three special correspondents, how statianed on the line leading north, from Albany to the seat of war on Navy Island, in the Upper Canadian frontier ? and we hasten to lay these highly interesting communi cations before our reader?. Our arrangements t? procure intelligence from Up :per Canada, and the frontier, are now the most com plete of any newspaper establishment in the country. We have also made e ringements to run private ex |>ra?st? on the lines, between the scenes of action und the nearest post offices. The public may rely on the accuracy and fullness of our accounts. The news 'his evening, embraces further accounts frois Navy Island, Buffalo and Upper Canada? also the special message of the Governor, and the awful attw?:itv perpetrated by the loyalists on the Caroline. War with England, seems almost now to be unavoicW able. The general and state governments, the people, and all, appear to be eager for the onslaught. Well, be it so. It vs easy to blunder into a war, but not so easy to fight our way out ef it. This however must be done. We U?1 our readers prepare. The insurrec tion in Upper Canada, will lead to mighty revolutions. The awful tragedy of Niagara Falls, will begin a new era in history. Buffam), Sv-npay Evening, Deo. 31, U37 J$*. Gonnon Bes\ett. Est*. ? Dear Sir? The bed}' </" ihe murdered Durfee, the only one left on shore at the taking of the Caroline, was brought to town last night. aud publicly exhibited in front of the Eagle Ho tel! The corpse was held up ? with its pale forehead, mangled by the pistol ball, and his lovks matted with his blood 1 His frieads and fellow citizens looked on the ghastly spectacle, a?d thirsted for an opportunity to revenge him. Last night, a hospital at the foot ef Grand Island, where some tick from the patriot ramp were attended by a physician, was abducted, it is supposed by another marauding party frem Chippewa. Ainetican soil and the American flag are no longer any protection forth* lives of American citizens. The militia paraded this morning at seven o'clock, and were under arms all the forenoon. At half past 9 a volunteer company headed by a cadet from West Point, a splendid fellow, went down to Grand Island to filant the stripes and stars, and maintain the American rentier against furtlter aggiession. At two o'clock the funeral of Durfee took place at the Court House. The street was ci owded. Ladies in their coachescame and filled the interior of the building? the coffin and officers occupied the steps. Old and young thronged the streets. The fire department and the mil itary attended, and here and there anv?ng the dense ?.-owd were seen the nodding plume, the gleam of the bayonet or the deadly rifle. A prayer was made by an Episcopal clergyman. H. K. Smith, Esq., a young at torney, then made a speech more exciting, thrilling, and much taore indignant than Mark Antony's. The?inur der of American citizens, on American ground, by arm ed British subjects, is not, thank God, an every day out rage ! Upon the return of the expedition to Chippewa, lyine affidavits were hastily prepared la send i u Washington and the British Government, to cire a prejudiced state ment of the affair. other things, it is stated that the Caroline hoisted the Patriot flag. This is known to be incorrect. But two prisoners were made by the Britith. That hope is destroyed. The bodies of thoje still missing doubtless went over the falls. The Loyaliat force at Chippewa now amounts to over 9000, 1000 uf whieh are regulars just arrived from the lower province ?part of the 2-lth Infantry, and the Rangers. The Journal of Commerce publishes a letter, statins that Nary Island is another Gibraltar. It is no seen thing. It is net capable ef being fortified so that 1000 men crtuld cope with 1500. The gallant fellows there with Van Rensselaer will all he cut to pieces. McNabb has but waited the arrival of the regulars to do it, and ? 10,000 worth of cannon will fall into the hands of the British. To show yon the strong confidence of Mackenzie in the success ef his cause, I enclose his proclamation ; al so this copy of the treasury notes which he has got beau tifully printed, and which 1 believe are issued. c3eaeeooeoeeooeooeeeoeoeeeeoeo ? |ia o ? o PaovisionaL GovtanMBMT or Urrta Camaoa. _ Navy Island, Upper Canada, Dec. 27. 1137. o Four month* after date, tbe ProvUional Govern- o ment of Upper Canads promise to pay io , er o order, at the City Hall, Toronto, Ten Dollars, for e vain* received. o Entered bv tbe Secretary. o Examined by the Comntroller. o ? ? ? ? ? Chairman, pro tem. Ex. Cem. o ?eeeeooeee*oeeeoeeoeeeeeoeeo0? No. ? :j ? T5 O Q O O ? o H o ? o [From oar Correspondent Hr?%,tKum.? No. 1.] Alba.vy, Jan. 1,1*38. Thia day, at noon, both houses of the Legislature convened. In the Senate. the Governor'* Message was read. and that body adjourned to digest thia remarkable document. The Secretary of State administered the oath to the mw member* of the lower house, and forthwith the electiona for Speaker and other officers were Weld. Mr. liradiali was cnoaen to preaide over the Assembly. He made the usual speech? talked about an early despatch of busiaesa, and recommended no<1rraiion Sic. towards the Van Duren men. A Mr. Lake waa appointed Clerk, aa a reward for hia teal and services in the good cause, He is from Herkimer. The Governor's Message seemed to go very much against the feelings of the Whig Lower House. The members looked at one another, and at the reader, and then fell to thinking about the law of causa and effect.? There will be aome curious developements of sundry opinions before a week passes over <mr head. Mr. Marry ia now fairly before the world a* a faith ful liege lore to hia Magnus Apollo. He has committed himself. He haa trodden in the footatepaof hi* political footer father with admirable preciaion. Marcy hath apoken, and surely now the mongrel aub treasury scheme mutt be adopted tutUn* mien * The poor Ban\a get a compliment, but it ia a left-handed one. How will they relish the endorsement of the auk-treaaury by their old and staunch friend, the f Governor ? Could any thing be more ridiculous than the Legisla tivecaucus of the Whigs on New Yaar's day ? Like a big wind cloud, it darkened the whole heavens, and the poor locofocoa trembled like aspen leavea. When they asked how many houses had been blown dewn by thia threatening storm, ? lo and behold ! the sky was serene and the portents had vaniahed ! Could the Whige not have agreed upon Mr. Bradish without all this formali ty * It is, however, a capital trait in their charccter, and their enemies will soeu learn their weak poiata, In a few Such lessons. \Vp have very mild weather. If it continue a week longfr, the boat* may restinie their trips. TtWnorrow's dolnes promise to he more interesting.? You Shall hear from me evert day. The restrianing law ?fk<| the Governor are all the talk this evening ? the surprise feit at hearing hia perfect conversion to locofo coism, Saving somewhat worn off. The truth of the matter is that It ia the nature of every animal to drag his tall *ft?? him, and what more could we eapect of Go vernor Mar?if T Would yeu look for grapea upon a hawthorn T Thr loeofocos, too, had their caucus, by way of keep, ing their hands it. They nominated Mr. King fer Speaker, hut that is all hit poor honor. I From anr Com <>?n?t#m V<r?n, ] At.?*i?r, Jan. S, 1037. I have jnst had a lone conversation with a very intel ligent gentleman, who left Buffalo on Saturday evening the .10th nit. He has fully described to me an account ?f the outrage upon the Caroline. I give it to you aa I received 'it, assuringyou that you may place full confi dence ia tke narrator's veracity. On Friday, the 29th of December, an attack wa? ex pected upon Navy Island, from the British shore. Many of our citizens had congregated at Schlosser, about 20 miles north from Buffalo, as affording an excelleat view of the scene. The assault aid uot talue place, and the company remained at Schlosser. In consequence of waut of accommodation in the one hotel of the place, about 32 persons took their lodgings upon the steam boat Caroline. The owners of this boat had sent her to Schlotser to ply as a ferry boat, between itaud Navy Island. They made uo charge for transporting volunteers, but exacted heavy tells ot all otliera. whom curiosity oi business called to make the trip across. The Caroline was apoor affair, small, and of little value. Co!. McNabb, hearing of this, despatched 50 men to the landing place at JVavy Island, with orders to t*ecur<? the boat, and put it korg du combat. Not finding the ob ject of their search, they extended their inquiries to tfchlosser, in violation of the laws of neutrality. About 3 o'clock, A. M , on Saturday, the 30th ultM this party of troops made their descent upon the Caro line. They commenced an indiscriminate slaughter of the persons on board, and succeeded in killing 12. The rest fortunately escaped. One of the United States run ners was shot through tlve head, on the wharf, in the act of escaping. Three gentlemen of high respectabili ty were slightly wounded. The boat was then cut from her moorings, and hauled off into the stream, where, taking the current, she was precipitated ovee the (alls, with nearly all the dead bodies on board. You will re member that Schlosser is tlie lowest landing point on the American side, above the fall*. During the whole of Saturday the utmost excitement prevailed in Buffalo. Knots of men were to be seen in every direction talking over the matter and swearing j revenge. The military were called out for the purpose of preventing the uproar from breaking out into retalia tory measures. Before night set in, tha general feeling ha<l subsided to a determination not to violate the trea ty of peace on our part. This change in men's feelings had been brought about by a communication from Col. McNabb, expressly dis avowing the act, but admitting the outrage. It was at once seen that the President would demand tke surren der of the 50 men up to the authorities of the United States, to be tried as murderers. A firm determination, however, prevailed, to resist any further aggression up on our rights in a manner becoming freemen. The force o? Navy Island, my informant tells me, does not exceed 700 men. About one half of them are Americans. All their field pieces belong to the United States and to the State of New Yotk. They have a brass nine pounder stoien from Syracuse. Had Col. McNabb acted on the defensive, in tnree weeks more not a man would have been found on the island. They are main tained entirely by contributions from this side. This ex citement will however tend to increase the number of the troops and the means of sustaining them. Colonel M'Nabb told a friend of my informant on Saturday that he would attack the insurgents in four days from that time. He had made a reconnoissance of the Island early on Friday morning the 2i)th, and had got nearly round beforo he was discovered. By huggtng close to the American shore, he escaped the shots of the enemy. He was in a twelve oared Whitehall boat. On Friday morning a few shots were fired from the south end of the Island to the mouth of a small creek above Chippewa, where the Provincials were hauling up and examining some boats. The fire compelled them to desist from further operations. Thia is the true English of the accounts you will see of the breastworks, cannonading, fee. Governor Head is at Toronto, where the Assembly is in session. A gentleman from your city juat informa me, Ik sniveii at Buffalo on Friday last, from a trip in to the interior of t'pp" J?, una n?t not a man was in arms against the government, except the force , " 'sland, and about 150 discontented Catholics They have called a meeting in this city, to take into consideration the outrage at Schlosser. One thing is certain : ? our government mutt have the murderers, as Col. M'Nabb has already disclaimed the act. Special Nriiftfc. To tii* Lsghlatub* I received last evening, after my annual message was prepared, information of an occurrencc which 1 hasten te communicate you. The territory of this stale has been invaded, and some of our citiz na murdered, by an arined force, from the Province of Upper Canada. By the documents accompanying this communica tion, it will be perceived that the steamboat Caroline, owned by one of our citizens, while lying at SchloMsr on the Niagara river, within the limits of this state, on the night of the 29th of December last, was forci bly seized by a party of 70 er 30 armed men in boats, which csme from, and returned to the Canada shore. The crew and other persons in this steamboat, amount ing to thirty three, were suddenly attacked at mid night, after they had retired to repose, and probablv more than one third of them wantonly massacred. The boat waa detached from the wharf to which it had been secured, set on fire, taken into the middle of the river, and by the force of the current earned over Niagara Kails. Twelve of the persens who were on bosro of it, are missing, and there is ground te fear thai they were killed by the invaders in their attack upon it, or perished in its descent over the cataract. Of those who escaped from the boat, one was killed on the wharf, and several others were wounded. I am warranted in assunng you, that the anthori ties not only of this State, but of the United States, have felt an anxious solicitude to maintain the rela tions of peac*- and stnet neutrality with the British province* of Upper and Lower Canada at all time* since the commencement of the civil disturbances therein, and have in all reepecta done what was in cumbent upon them to do, to sustain these relations. The occurrence to which I have alluded, is an outrage that has not been provoked by any act done, or duty neglected, by the Government of this Stateoref the Union. If it should appear that this boat was intend ed to be ased for the purpose of keeping up an inter course between this State and Navy Islsnd, which is now held by an assemblage of p?r?ona in dcfiance of the Canadian government, this circumstance would furniah no juatiflcation for the hoatile invasion of our territory and the destruction of the lives of our citi zens. The general government is entrusted with the main tenance of enr foreign relations, and will undoubted ly take the necessary steps tu redress the wrong and SHstain the honor of the country. Thoagh I have received no official information of the fact, I have good reaaon to believe that the local authonuea of thia state have taken prompt and effi cient means, not only to proteet our soil from further invasion, but to reprees any retaliating measnrea of sggression which our citizens under the impulse of deeply excited and indignant feelings, might rashly resolve to adopt; and that the patriotic militia in the vicinity of the scene of the outrage, haveobeyed with alacrity the call which has been made upon them for these purposes. It will probably be necessary for this state to keep up a military foroe for the protection ?f our citizena and the maintenance of peace, until an opportunity ii given to the general government to interpose with ill power. In that event, I apprehend that it will be ne cessary for yon to provide by law for the payment and maintenance of such forces as the occastou may reouire. I shall doubtleas receive, within a short time, ( ffi cial information of what the local authontiea have done, and shall be better enabled to form an opinion of what will be neceasarv en the part of this state, to preserve our rights and tne public tranquility. I shall then communicate further Willi you on the subject, and snggeet such measures in relation to it, as may require your consideration. W. L. MARCY. Aibanv, January 2, 1938. The weather continues remarkably fine. Ii is more like spring thsn winter. Hroadway is crowded with beauty in nnv thing !>at wintci tfsrment* 'Die gentle men have discarded their cloak*. It really teems ss if a merciful Providence in regard to the distressed, had, in the language of Sterne, tempered the wind to the shern lamb." (T.7* Mrs. Oibbs is at Augusta. T!ic?trea--Wci>NF.?DAY Evening, 3d January. Park Thf.aTKE. ? The hybrid tragedy (-ailed Brutui, which profeshes to be the production of Mr. John How ard Paine, (who pressed about three scenes from inad Nat Lee's tragedy on the same subject, with a stray uct or two from Valtaire) was produced at this theatre last night, Mr. Forrest assuming the character of ihe "son of Marous Junius." So far as folding the arms, knit ting the brows, and thundering forth declamation about liberty and Korue, go to tlte making of a stern Roman, Mr. Forrest succeeded well in his delineation ; but the vivttlavit, the natural emotion which bursts through the stoicism of the Raman father, was but faintly shadowed forth, and was scarcely perceptible through the thick coatisg of rant and fustian with which the part was overlaid. Mr. Mason jerked out the language of Titua by iniervals, like the flowing of water in accordance wiili the motions of the pump handle. Kichings in Se r tn? Tarquin was a nonentity, and Mr. Fredericks as Col lutinu* was excruciating. What treatise de re wistraria he consulted for hi? costume as a Uoinan Consul we cannot conceive ! but the idea of the associate magis trate of the infant republic dressing himself in a close fitting jerkin, with a blanket thrown round him, was certainly a new fancy, and made the actor leok very much like the immortal Knight of the Rueful Counte nince. Mr. Isherwood, like several others of the Stock Com pany here is physically incompetent to the performance of tragedy. But we must not break flies upon the wheel. Mrs. Shaw invested the part of Tnrquinia with a beauty, grace, and tenderness that redeemed the ab surdities of the rest ef the caste, and while gazing upon her, and listening to th?t music of her tones, we forgot Miss Cmhman's Tullia, and repressed our inclinatiou to iaugli at Uie manner in which she died, as if struck by apoplexy. The inclination w>? indecorous, certainly, but it was generally participated by the spectators. In the Bdynderc, Mudame Lecompte again exhibited I'am plear dt set pudiquc* charnua in full luxuriance, and there was a larye muster in the first row uf the pit, to gloat over the display. What the next Bayadere will do to attract is a puzzler ? the force of nature can ne further go even now. Madame Lecoinpt's exhibition of herself, may be compared to a light burning within an alabaster vase, perfectly transparent and diaphanous ? but as the old song has it. Ma robe rend raes pied* rebelles? !"n peu pluslinut relevons? la. The beauiiful and ever popular spectacle of Aladdin, is to be presented this evening ? it is worth a score of tragedies as played by the existing school of trage dians. National Theatre.? Another benefit. We had half reselved not to notice benefits at all, but our re solution has settled into noticing them without steel ing our pen, or dipping it into the gall of criticism. ? We could not Itt that ence great actor, who is now far above the common range of performers, 'take his leave of us without a passing word. It is of his Ru gantino alone that we shall speak. This is his own character. The character in which he made so great a sensation in London on the boards of Old Drury. ? His performance then is still fresh in our memories, and if it had not last night all its former fierce and vi gor, and though time has made some ravages with our eld friend, ne is still competent, well competent for the part, and afforded us and the audience great pleasure; we enjoyed it perhaps from old associa tions, more than those who had not seen him before. Miss Wheatley's Rosabelle is not to be spoken of in comparison with herRacharl Haywood, but we re member our promise. On benefit nichta ?oto? iiie fame licence that the whole male community of this Slate has on new years day. A lit tle irregularity of conduct is overlooked. Bowery Thf.atrb. ? Last night the comedy of Paul Pry was played at this theatre with pretty fair success. The part of Paul Pry in the hands of Mr. Coweli, was well sustained. It is a character whieh gives an actor who is inclined, and accustomed to lo lake liberties with an audience, a great latitude.? That Mr. Co wall avoided thin t?mptntion it much to hid credit. He is an actar who has evidently studied Hamlet's advice to the plavers, and saya no more than ia set down far him. There is another actor in thin establishment who is deserving of great credit. It ia Mr. Blakelev. His Col. Hardy way a fine per formance. Mrs. Herring as Phmbe, waa any thing but the Phoebe of the author. Yet she was amusing. She ia a good actress? in many parts an excellent aetresa; but ahe has rather too much force. She ?trives too much for effect, and stands out too much from the gencial picture, instead of harmonizing with it. Of the other charaetera, aa it waa a benefit night, we shall not speak. But we had rather see upon thaae occasions a comedy than a tragedy, ll is not, if indifferently played, so bad as the tedium in which a tragedy drags its slow length along. [jy The theatres at New Orleans hare been well at teaded. The Jewess fills the St Charles. Mrs. Mae der.Mrs. Lewis and Miss Randolph draw crowded hou ses nightly to the Camp. (jy George Barrett is at Mobile. B3T The editor of the Mobile Examiner has the fol lowing item under the head of " Pleasant anticipations extinguished "To work at fireman's duty all day in extinguish ing the ennflsgtatiou of oar neighbor's house, instead ot discussing a Christmas dinner with our friends." This was a damper indeed. Op Can any one inform ua how the amall pox first became introduced among the Indiana 1 It haa ?wept away, we understand, nearly the whole of the Mandana,and aaven-tentha oAhc Assinneboins. tnr The weather has been most delightful in all parts of the Union. MOM KY MAKKK T. Thvrsb* v, Jan. 4 ? 12 M. Considerable excitement esists ia the mercantile world, rela ting to Canada, and opinions are of coarse conflicting. The Governor's Message, in relation to this point, bas not enrar up to the espectation of the public. Tliey think Uiat be bas treated the subject too cavalierly, in coolly telling them, in a po?sing notice, of the cannon taken from the Slates to Navy Isl am), and his sending to Inquire into the affair. Blocks are still down. Hpecie remains at yesterday's quota oos. The Louisiana banks front ibe speech of Mr. Forstall, ia the LegMature of that state, appear to he ia a far more prosperous condition than was anticipated. He slates distiacUy that the state is tot suflaring from an over issue of paper money. To prove this, he gives the following statistic*. Lovisuma Baisks. A??ets of the tianks f45,aao,ono Real estate, ?Specie, UWM state banks yet ansoid, S.Jeo nno Liabilities. Depositee fS.OW.SSO Circulation, deducting amount by ether banks, is.son.m* *arplus assets, fao.nnn.oon This is very flattering? (he circulation bears a proportion to the speele, of only 2 in I, and there is #fl?,snn,0sa to pay $M?, onn.ooo This ?tatemem hears ant that made of the Mew < ba leens hanks on Ibe 1st of Jnne, when the liabilities appeared to he fll.Miasn, the asset* $;H.2S5,nno. and the proportion of sir* rulatlon to specie al?out the same as now. NOTT'? STt> V 1C For o(t?ce?. bar mosts, ?tramfxiast and ?hlps* rah ns, banking mom?. parlors, nurseries ami basement room*, store*, halls nf dwellmr boase?, Irrtnre and other puhMe ro?n?? churches kc., which fW>m their peealinr enn?trnrtioa, require tu be replenished with /W/ hnt enos ?a hmivt hour t, and which vary In price from $*> tn ft*, and te most of which may be attached various formed nlsm and nrna mental bent condensers for upper rsoms, halls, kc. with muck asefnl effect. Also. Or. Notfs Patent Wood Cook Stove, nn article of ac knowledged superiority, as It will hake, boil, most, fry and UroH at t"e same time by the same Are, for from 4 tn M persons at front-flM '? ft* An of which ma* be obtained of ihd put ap by the subac rihers at aa hour's notise. Stoves tn be repaired, or orders to pat ep old ones, lie. sr? registered as received, and wll he taken In hand and eteeaterf in torn. STRATTON h Pft YMOt'R. o54tm* 241 Water street. NOTICE I? I1RRKHV (J1VKN, T.J- That JAM KM LANCE is NOT in DR. BRAN DRETH'S employ ami (lint the said JAMKS LANCK never was h partner of DR. BRANDRETHH, nor in any way con j nected wrth liini except as a clerk. At (bis time lie has nothing whatever to do with DR. BRANDR KTII in any wav? neither in he connected with the sale ?f the PILLS? ami DR BRAN DR KTH will take good care he never is for th* future. jl-eodlm* B. BRANDRETH, M. D. Illl ANDKETH'S PILLS. II-T These Pills are an assistant or naturi:, ami atlbrii per fect relief whenevt r any organs of the liody are unhealthy, re storing strength aad health bv removing accumulated impuri ties? otherwise, in simple language, vUiutul humors. This is fallowing nature ? this is taking disease ou r of the hotly ? an<! no other way can cure disease liut taking it out. It must he cairied sway from the Iiody, not nurtly changed, as is the case when Blue Pillar Calomel is given, or any of the numerous mineral medicines. It is in consequence of the per?piration that arise* ironi the Thomsonian prnclice that has brought it into notice ? but sweating is nothing, compared to purging with Brandreih'e Pills, in the effect* on the body. One dose of 1(1 pills will remove more had humors, hy the i stomach and bowels, than n diien vapor hath*, on Thomsonian or oilier principles, could rvaiove. Purging and sweating i? all (hat is required to c*ire disea-e, no mailer what kind ? it can hi-; cur ed no other way liRANDRKTII'S PI LLS are both sudo rific and cathartic? that is, produces both sweating and purg ing. In some ca-es, they produce \omiling; this is only when (lie slomnch is in such a state of toulness that it cannot cleanse itself by ai.y other means. They always produce health, be cause they invariably excite every organ 10 healthy action ? in other words TMEY ASSIST nature t? bring about such a state wf things as necessarily causes this desirable resu't. No method is so sensible as the I'ollo wing Natute. Mankind has been long enough out of her palh, and unfortunately alter anything but common sense, and guided by any whim lint rea son. Let us abandon, then, false notions and false practices ? I let us endeavor to resume the path ef nature, and he guided by [ the light of reason? let us cease to ruin our eyes hy gws or candle light, and we shall need ho opticians ? let us cease do ing those things which are uonlrary to the nature of our l?> dies, nnd we shall need nn physicians ? let us endeavor to find out what is nature, what are the laws that govern her. In this work experience must be our teacher, and prejudice must be ?r ever discarded as our companion. Til V. COUNTEilF KITRR S. UK MUST BE A MISKKABLK VILLAIN, INDEKD, WHO WOULD PLACK TIIE LIKE OK A FELLOW CREATURK IN DANGER FOR TIIE PURPOSE OF MAKING MONEY. ? Vide Dr B.'s advertisement. TO HON EST CITIZENS. What do druggists prove by making and vending counterfeit Piils, purporting to be DR. BRANDRETH'S PILLS' 1st Thai they are eniirelv without HONEST AND HONORABLE PRINCIPLES. 2d. That no other medicine is required by the public? or why do NOT these DRUGGISTS counterfeit other PILLS, in the same way they do DR. BRANDRETH'S * Simply for this reason? No other PILLS save DR. BRANDRETH'S VEGETABLE UNIVERSAL PILLS, ever effected the extraordinary cure* that these Pills are KNOWN? UNIVERSALLY KNOWN? to have effected. THERE NEVER WAS A PERSON WHO USED THE GENUINE BRANDRETH'S PILLS, WHO DID NOT RECOMMEND THEM IN TERMS OF THE MOST UNEQUALLED PRAISE! Nevertheless ihese counterfeiting Druggists have done, and are doing, the character of the Genuine a gr^at deal of injury ?but it is hoped that individuals will not allow themselves to be deceived by designing persons, whose only object is to make money, and who are perfectly careless of consequences. It is a matter of no importance to them whether the poor child is rescued from a bed ot sickness and restored to tbe yearning arm<ofils parent, or whether him on whom a large family rely aolely upon for support, is prevented from filling an early and untimely grave. The tirue may come when the greatness of their guilt shall beeome clear to their now benighted under standings, and then it it hoped they will endeavor to make some amends by the after put ity of their lives. Every authorized Agent has a copperplate certificate of agency, and has it exhibited in his store. Never purchase un less this is seen ? and have some regard also to the character the ap? nt bears among his (e How cithern. He must he a mis erable villain who would place the life of a fellow creature in danger for the purpose or making money. DR. BRANDRETH'S PRINCIPAL OnMCF., tCT Hudson Central, 1 Spruae st. Bowery , 216 Bowerv. Grand st, office, D. H. Hunt, 261 Grand tu West ?L office, A. Warren, Jr., 13 Wettit " '? A. B. Warren, 52 " 38 Houston st. cor. Lew is ft. D. D. Wright. 98 Catharine ?t near the market, N. C. Nofes. 167 Division st. near Pike st. E. II Tupp. 80 Vesey st. between Greenwich aa<l Washington sts. B. S. Taylor. 2.V? Greenwich st. cor. of Watren, J, O. Fowler. 172 Broome st. near Clinton st John Noves. Cor. Hudsen In. Hammond sts. That. Kyle. ^iriCrSway1 si^fc'l^'iwery, J. k W. aiacaeit. 262 Pulton, opposite the market, Michael (PDoaoLue. 76 Chatham st. lloa e It Bales, booksellers. 72 Stanton. cor. Allen sl Peter Cunningham. 232 Bleeeker st- Mrs. Barnard. 1894 Hudson st. J. T. Burnlon. Hoookf n. N. J. Consider Luther. Harlem, J. J. Kenyon. __ Williamsburgh, L. I. Wm. Thomas, North Id sC Brooklyn. L. I. Mra. Booth. 85 Fnlton st. Jamaica L. I J as. Herriman. Oyster Bay, L. I. Stephen Bun. Sooth Hampton, L. I , J. O. H. Baoamaa. Sag Harbor, L. t Alfired Edwards. ftockaway, L. I, Pmvcl PMrwl* Ureenport, L. I. Walur Hirf*. The above Agents have each their Cmifieale of Agency, and no person has Genuine Brandreth Pills for sale who has not one. |l Mi?T OKKIS TOOTH PABTIC-A new ami elegant .nTl c-le far tbe Teeth? The Orris Tooth Peate, while K beau [tide* the teatU, rvmoviag ami preventing every appearance of tartar, and giving te tlieni a clear and pearly whiteness, alao heightens the color of the lips aa't taw, and gives additional beauty to the torn/ tnttmklt of the mo a lit ? by its d siafecting propertied it greatly tend* to preserve the toeth from decay, and to purify ibe breath ? and it alao adds that peculiar sad ira rrant sweeiees* to tlie breath for which the Orru Root ia aa Justly celebrated, aa that article enter* largely Into the compo sition o( ibe Grin Tooth Paste, ^giving to it it* esme and esaem tially contributing to that agreeable taste and fragranc*, which this Paaie ao pre-emlneelly possesses. To those who bar* a partiality for a tooth wasli.the Orrti Tooth Paate will be par ticularly acceptable, at it can readily he converted into a pleasant ami moat excellent tooth wash by dissolving a piece of about the ane of a pea in a small quantity of water, which can he done ea the in at ant The Orris Tooth Paate thai possesses all the ad vantagesof a tooth waali without the ohjectinna dint can be brought against the manner la whirh aa article of the latter description meat of necessity be pat op ? aad it ta equally free from the many ohifctiona that are applicable to tooth pow. dera from their want of neatneaa as an sppenage to the tolet.? Tbe great numlier of aniclea that have beea luhiaitied to the public lor improving the appearaace ef the teeth, and which have so generally proved unaattolart?ry. induce* tbe propne tor of the Orri* Tooth Paate, ao cnnMem ii he af ita auperior excel leace ami virtue, to ohaerve, that should it la any caae prove inegective the money will be returned. It can he had of II. C. Hart. 1T3 Broadway; Mr*. A. C. Cannon'*, No. 3 A*tor llou*e, Broadway; .fame* II Hart, Broadway; George C. Howe fc Co. 140 Chatham ?/, Joba M. Howe, Dentiat, 104 Grand street, corner of Mercer; B. M. Guion, co> ner Bowery aad Oraad st, corner Heary and Pi he *t*. and Orawd *t. square, lanctioa of Raat Broadway aad Grand il Price M cent*. Be careful to obtain the paste. d4 la* " Jaceph OIlMI'i 9?l*hrat?d PaUnt Bloa Kb ted Natalllc Ps*.? LOTT hen to laferm the p?hli?, that he I# is constantly receiving from hie manufactory, in Binning ham, a regular supply or hla atost approved Metallic Pees. Tbe ahtch on hand over* the beat aaaortmeat la the Unite State*. aad of warranted good qeaMly amongst which mv ba found his " Patent Mac aia Bonam Commercial Pea," "Original Patent Slip Pea/' " Original Patent Lames' Pea," * R turfy ?? Doable Daauucas Barrel," " Laaan," Peruvian," "New Torh Fountain," aad " Damaaras Peas rpj* '? ? ^rlety a sty lea ? via.: en cards af one doten ee**.w'th rosewood aad at' beta Holder* : In haiea o< one dote- '"??"b. with bolder* ; ia aia roecrcasea, *heB hoses aad morr^o* earda. ?? 1"~" k trims ?,v??vvnv ? From tbe well merited and a si versa I eelehlty af tbe abort Pena. aiatteated bv the - hale mercantile community la Buropv aad the United Bute* several mfmnfM maker* bate endea vored to impose ap?" the public, by ? spurious Imitation, pap parting to he the anginal " .Inaeph OMott's Patent," hut which are aiterly wortldeaa, aad entirely rt eat it ale of thoae qualities requisite to Am- writing, which have ertabliahed such aa anpa railed .leniaml for the original pea. In every roan try where il la known ? The pablie are hereby cautioned te be t tl . r guard *ram*t these counterfeits; they may hereadNy <le! rted by ilietr n n fi atsherl ?pjwsraiwe, and by ihe iaferiar style in whirh they sre sent into the market, la their attempt to impoae upoe the unwary. Bach groaa of the geaaiae pea is eneelopedlu a neatly pr1a ?d wrapper, deaenpti ve of the article It contains. Pariber te guard agaiant the fraud, the pwblir will please te ehaerve that the genuine pew* bear ane of the toiiewUig marks always reading irom tne polm of the pen Joaeph Joseph Joaeph ainott'* aiibtu's miiott Patent. Warranted. Maker. The above may be had at his Warehoaee, No. 100 Beekaas ?eret. on- .loor below Pearl. New York. ol*-!*m# TO THK I.AOIKN Muff*, Boa*, Cape*. Pelerlnea. I he.? C. WATSON, l.Vf Chatham at. haaon haad aa ele gant assortment of the above article*, whieli be raa afford te veil at vert reducer! prlcea, and leaprct billy iavitea the atten tion ot larfce* who are dealrou* nf *ecur iag 'heir personal com fort through the rominr winter at the lea?t poatible ?*pen?e, i. hi* *tock of Presneil Pur*, consisting of every article in tbe line whir h lie i* confident will l>e found uamrpassed In the city si regard* quality or cheapue*a. Also, fur cloth, velvet and faaey cap* of the latest and most sppraved pa Hern*. I N B. Ladle* Pur* altered aad repaired, and every article Is I the line made te order. CHABLIW n|B-B?* 1M Chatham *t. I 11 NJCW york con. MKltClAL LISIK PACKKll CW ja* A-'h*. 43k <Tn _gj| ItEOlLAlt COMMUNICATION. (ET Meinittanc* s and drafts with Iri- yht and to and from Ureal Britain and Ireland? ROCHES COMMERCIAL LINK. The ?Ji'bscritttrn respectfully muinaie to their friend* and the public" nerally that tbey can now enter into earl) ar rangements vmiIi them for the bring ir.g out ol their I am II I pn and Iriends by ihe early spring ships? the first of which will commence running; from Liver|*?nl on the 1st February, 1838, and will continue so to run regularly every week afterwards, affording to emigrants the most desirable and eligible convey ance tUey can have. The detention of vessels at Liverpool engaged n this trade, bavin; heretolore been a great and just cnu^e nf complaint, the MibaerilMn are totom d nan teg ikMiuw, uy daptick ing a vessel every week from Liverpool, to effect the perma nent establishment of ?uch regulation* In their days of tailing as will (jive entire satisfaction to shippers ? and a? further in ducement for ttmm to (five a preference to their Line over all or any transient vessels, we guarantee they shall invariably sail on the appointed day, full or not lull, and take freight when opposed to any transient vessel at such ra!e? as will in jure the support and preference to shippers by this Line. The steamers employed for the comeniense of their pa?sen gf rs tfi Liverpool, are of ihe first cla?s? runnin/ regularly every day from th? different ports of Ireland and .Scotland, a convenience of importance to those residing at the out ports. In relation to remittances, their drafts and post Meteson th?' Roy al " Hank of Ireland" are naid at sight. Ii*e of discount or charge, in every province and county ? h* aides in tiie inland towns, answering the same purcto-e as Bank of Ireland notes, a convenience only by this establishment. Their drafts, as w ell as passage orders, can lie forwarded by the regular packets, s iilinu on the l?t, 8ih. 16th, and 24th of each month hi the yea?\ Those residing in the country can add re*; h> letter", (post paid) which will be punctually at tended to. Further particulars can be ascertained on applica tion at (57 South street, New Yoi k. djn-SW ROCHE BROTHERS k CO. UiiU r.,Sl'ABhlslli.D l'ASSA(.K OKKICK jij, <m <zTn mBOBm aaamb *73 I'EARL STREET ET PERSONS residing in this c?untry, w?i wish to send l\?r their friends frf>m Oreat Britain or Ireland, will da well U> call at this office, where they can still ni?ke ai rangements for having them brought to this country. The subscn|?er will al so furnish drafts on Liverpool or the Bank of lreiai*! lor such sums as may be required, or engage to send any amount to aay part of tireat Britain or Ireland, and will only remark, thai it is Ihe determination ol himself and his friends in Liverpool, that the s^tne punctuality wftich has hitherto been observed, both in ihe forward ing of passengers without delay, and ha ving all dratts paid the moment they are presented, will, as heretofore, be strictly adhered te. Appfteatioo* made, either personally or be letter, post paid to the subscriber, will be immediately attended to. ol6-3m* SAM'L THOMPSON. 278 Pearl ?. HKKDMAN k KEENAN'S Aa OLD ESTABLISHED PASSAOE OFFICES, For Cabin, secono Cabin and Steerage pawsengers, to and fro? fcJreat Britain and Ireland, via Liverpool, til and 108 Sou lb .Street, New York. The subscribers bee to state to their friend* and thepuhlic, tbat in order to extend their business and give satisfaetiou aa they have heretofore done, one of the th* firm will leave here for Liverpool on the 16th of January, and visit the several places of Great Britain anil Ireland, for the purpoaeof en raging men of standing and respectability t? act as agents for the payment af drafts and forwarding passengui who may b? engaged by their friends reaidiag on tbn side ol the Atlantic. Those wishing to pay the passage for their friends or remit them the money for that purpose, are requested to give this Mm a trie I, as they may depend that every exertion wilt be used on the part of the subscribers and their agents in the selection of first class ships ami the punctual payment of drafts, kc., aa well as in render despatch and coai/brt to all those who em bark by ibe r fine, mmd In alt cases when tbe passengers destine conifng, the money will be returned to tbe persons Trom whom it was received. Persons returning to the old country can have their passages secured hy the regular line of packet shipa sailing for Liverpool weekly, for London on the lit, 10th and jftth of each month. For further particular* apply or add rest by letter, post paid, to HKKDMAN It KEENAN o4-?ir 61^ and t >*i ?Viuth M. KXCIIANOK ON THE ROVAL BANK IRELAND.? Persona sending money to their ^?^?iriends in Ireland, Scotland or England, can be weekly accommodated with drafts on the bank of Ireland, payable at sight, in the different inland in was in England, Irr land, Scot land and Wales. Those residing in the cnuatry ran send (heir money by pnat (the letter post paid) which will be punctually attended In, ana a receipt returned for tbe same. Office 91 South srreet. ROCUE BROTHERS fc CO. oMn* BOSTON AND PKOVIDKNCB RAILROAD lAtim. via NUwronT and ponvinrNri ffljfcll ARRANORMENT rOR DECEMBER. The RHODE ISLAND, Captaia Thayer, From New York for Provl- From Providence, dence. Depot at Indian Point, Foot of Markeifield IL N.R. at 3 o'clock. P. M. Battery Place. 7, 12, 16, SI, ?. 30. At 3 o'clock, P. M. 4, >. IS, II, S2, 27. The MASSACHUSETTS, Captain Coinuock. firm Nf ? York for Provj From fr??l<i?iKf, dmcr, Depot at India Point, Font of Market Ark! tt. N.R. 5,9, 14, 19. 23, B r 1, ?, 11, 15,30,35,29. VIA STONINOTON. The MARRAtlANSETT, Capui Child. From New York for rttoalng- From Stonington, too, Depot on arnvalof car*. Foot of Market**!* M. N. R. 4, 6, I, II, 13, 15. II, B, 22. 2, \ 7, 9, 12, 14, It, 19, 21, 25, 27 , 29. 23, 28. 29, 39. Patarngrrt for Bottnn will take the Rail Rood Car* Inaaiedt airly on their arrival. All merchandise, iprclf, and bacgaga, at the ruk of theowo er* the reol. j T K AIL. ROAD LIN K ITOR BOB* TON? From Bauery Plate, N A ?t 4 o' clock.? To aa<i from Newport aad ProM den?e os Monday, Wedne*day aad Friday? Tt and frooa Htnuiof t?ti oa Tuesday, Tnar*day aad Hntarday. Freight received oa board until 3 P. M. Rail Roa t Cart will be la readineo* at Provideaee and Kto? Ington lor pataeng er?, on the arrival of the Weamer* of thm Bo-Non and New York Trail* porta lion Co. CT All Mervhandioe, Hpecte, aod Baggage, at the rwk of tho owner* themot The RIIOOE INLAND leave* ihiiaflernoon <39Ui ) fcr Providence, aad U?e NARRAGANSETT on the 29th ****? m^ton. ,TUfW i?5! jUt-I^Van^ ^ t-SBVfc CMtV rroat "? ,?rroB AND SAT'* firw York n ? .treet, Ca?fi to the f,\lJ*!.L B c?"' ^ ih*ir bnto.**? .poo the ?***? ? - ~ priori; to fr< mew rain up wim me (rruni mn?Biir ? ?, they win not tell ecaept for cash, an* at the above m> Miahed pr*?t, from wbirb they wtll not deviate. In addition* umbrellas, and a aplendid aanoctment of conet, -onaittmg of nearly forty different kiods aad poller** . together with a varie ty or fanry and other bruabea. jaA received by the Poland, which they ore enohled to tell oae-tbird Iran than the uni price*. IIOWF.LL k CO. nfi4-W* IB Chnthare. oppoaite RooaeveMM. ^ AT MONARIiliKl'. SS4 BO* BAY, la nBerod for tale a a Imndaome Ham lor $3, at ny ever offered to the poblie? right and durable ? warranted on for bodtao and water proof. i9-9m* LA ROB AND BFLBNDID HAT w ARB ROOM*. I IK and 120 Chatham ttreet, up ataira? B. M. . xTKHI.IMd if?r. Tor tile in?p?<-i ,<?n >( -he publM- n * large aaaortmrnt of llalt, manoltciiireit ?... an mprn??4 , Iple npreaaly lor mail, at r-ry re<lore<| price*. r|?e?pe* than the tame qaalitiea b**e ever been told befsre.vfi . Sgpermr abort nap heaver HnU, f4 " beaver and natrla do 179 to 9 " math do. S " linaalila far do. 359 to 4 " *llk IBtt oo far l>odiea, ft* 3 Lad lea' far*, f enilemen'? otter, ten I natrta, ami maak COST) bovt' cloth cap*; bear, buffalo and faocy robea; '.^-ether whh a variety ?>f other article* at price* to tail llie time*. 300 d^ten hat* for tale at wholesale. Comniry aiercbont* ?applied on favorable terma <*?'** ^ IMPORTANT -ROWK i CO. take tbit ?.e tho 1 of rtpre?*lnf their thania m that portion of tho dSV pablle that have*? liberally etieoded to them their pa ironaf*. ami at the tame time to in torn i ilie pahltr at large that tbe Nliort napp?*<l and plain Beaver* of their maao factore at 14,23, are equal to any *n!d In thia alty at BV iianf manuftrtorrd on rtne ft.r bodt?. heaver ami Nutria nap*, aod ? Jet Mark color, whicb they ?IH retaia until worn oat. The*e Hat* are mart ufanared under oar tuperviama from tho raw material, and ao confident are we of their tu pertor qooJity* aod from tbe ai?n* . aconilam* paaaed npon them by compe tent jndfre* that we >?HI agree to refhn>i the money and reeelvo h*ch tbe Hat. if o# comparima I bey ahnuld not be aatiafled tbal they are equal ?> any aolit in tbe cltt at IV either in point of quality, diiral?''ity , ttyle of inlah. or g. wieal la-liionahle aAB grnterl a p I *? atce. RON R h CO dR'lm' 3 Hanover *t. oppoaite tlir Rtchange. ^ <<?AL? Waah'ngton Coal Yard, corner Barrow MM ? t*a*hington at*.? A tlock of aapertor arhaylktll Peach Wr cbard Coal la at prea^at on hand inthi* yard, which w?ll beao d lt?r *anh at very reduced prtre*. Fa mi lie* wtll *nd it to tho r advantage tncall befnre purcha?ing A card wl'h the price* it left at Mr Atkintoa'a, 16 Beaver at and onlrr* left there or at the yard will l>e duly attended to.