Newspaper of The New York Herald, September 6, 1843, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated September 6, 1843 Page 1
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I ' TH Vol. IX.?No. 'ili -Wliole No. 3400. NEW JERSEY RAILROAD AND TRANSPORTATION COMPANY NT.W YORK AMI \K\VAITK FARE REDUCED TO TWKNTY-FIVE CENTS. From the Toot of Courtlandt stn?? *?? i r.very day?Sundays excepted.) Leaves New Yijik. LmeM Ntwark. At ? A, M. At J r. M. At 7 A M. At ?P. M. 'J d>. J do. 8 do. 4H do. U do. 4 do. 9 do. 4J, do. jg t. "* J?- ? do" O.M0'WUNDAyh. From the root of Courtlandt street. Leaves New York. Leaves Newark. At 9 A. M and 4V P. M. At 12)* P. M. and P. M. NE W YORK, ELIZABETH TOWN Leaves New York. Leaves Elizabeth Town At 8 A.M. At 3 P.M. At 7* A.M. 3?P.M. 9 do. 1 do. Os T do. ii tio. 4>? do. ID do. 9X da. 5H do. 13 do. The trains for Wektlield, Plaintield, Koundbrook, Bomerville, Sic., connect with the 9 A. M., and 4>? P. M. ; trains from New York daily, Sundays excepted. Fare between New York and Elizabeth Town 25 cents. Fare between do. and Some.rvil|e 75 cents. NEW YORK AND RAH<VAY. Lra*es New York. Leaves Railway. At n A. M. At 3 P. M. At 7 A. M. At 3 P. M. 9 do. 4 do. $ do. 0*4 do. 11 do. 4?f Jo. (it. (]o. 9 do. do; JtW dii. 1*I*.W YORK AND NEW BRUNSWICK. From foot of Courtlaudt street. New York, daily Leaves New York. Leaves New Brunswick. At 9 A.M. At 4 P.M. At 6 A.M. At IOa A.M. 4X do. 7 % do. 8>J P. M. ON SUNDAYS. Leaves New York. Leaves New Brnnswick. At ? A. M. and P. M. At MX A M? andlX P. M. Fare, except in the rhi!Suelphia trains, between New York iiiiw New Ltuoiwiclt. ! 60 cents. DtTweeii new I urn aim ivanway, # cj ceuis. Pa?seit:?ers who procure their tickets at the ticket office, receive a ferry ticker gritis. Tickets are received by the conductor only on the day when purchased. au!9 r summkk akkangement NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA KAl jhOAD LINE . DIRECT. Vn NEWAIK, NnwHRuffswicri nmctTon, Trenton, i.h.k*. 1 own Ash Bl'klisfiton. Leaving New Vork daily from the foot of Courtlandt it. Morning Line at 9 A. M.?Mail Pilot Line at 4% P. M. The Morning Line proceeds to Bordentown, from thence by ?t*aml>oat fo Philadelphia. Tlw Eve:tiug Line proceeds direct to Camden (opposite to Philadelphia) without change of cats. Passengers will procure their ticket! at the office foot of Courtla .ilt street, where a commodious steamboat, will be iu readiness, with baggage crates on board. Philadelphia baggage crates are conveyed from city to city, wiliout being opened by the way Each train "'provided with a car in which anr apart menu and dressiug rooms expressly for the ladies' use. Returning, the lin?s !rav? Philerielphia from the foot of Walnut street, by steamboat to Bordentown at 1 o'clock, A. M. and by railroad from Camden, at J o'olock, P. M. The lines for Baltimore leave Philadelphia at ~l% A. M., and 4 T. M. being a continuation of the lines from New Vork. jy28 3m**c faterson ratlroad. w-w^w?--w "ARE ONLV as CENTS. From l'at"raou to Jersey City. On and after Monday, 17th July, tne cars will leave Patkrson UcfOT Lcavl Ntw York. 8 A. M. 9 A. M. JIV " iaH P M. 4 P. M. 5 ON SUNDAYS. Leave Patf.rion Dmot. Leave New York. TX A. M. 8>i A. M. 5 P. M. 6 P. M. Transportation ca? >1 daily (Sundays excepted.) Passengers are advised t? be at the Ferry, foot of Courtlandt street, a few minute* before the stated hours of departure }v 11 6 m FOR BUFFALO AND ALL PARTS OF THE WEST /&51jzl jfisltfl ASSOCIATION PASSAGE OFFICE TO ALI1ANY. Utica $2 00 Rochester, $3 00 Syracuse, 2 25 Buffalo, 3 50 Oswego, 2 25 Up. and Lower Canada 5 50 By the fast line to Buffalo and found, $8 00. For pasiage apply to St. l. ray, *ti24 Sm m 93 Barclay street. New York. M. S. BALL 6c < 0.'S CHARLESTON. SAVANNAH. MILLKDOEVILLE, MACOtf, COLUMBUS k FLORIDA PACKAGE EXPRESS. j^C .Messrs. M. S. BALL ScCO.will receive Specie, Baiik Notes. Ilundlet, Samples, Packages and Cases of (mods, and forward them liv th*-ii Express, to and from Charleston, Savannah, Milledgeville, Macon, and all the way stations on the Central Railroad. Also, by the steamboat St. Matthews. Captain McNelty, on her regular trips to and from Darien, Brunswick, St. Mary s, Ulark Cwk, Picolatta and Palatka. M. S Ball Sc Co. will pay particular attention to the purchase of Goods, collecting and paying Drafts, Notes and Bills, and the transaction of any andali kinds of business, at any of the nlMve named places. They will also forward (roods and .Merchandise to any part of the Uuited Slates, w hich may tie sent to their care. Tliey iutend to put on teams to run regularly through from Micon to ( olumlms, under their own charge, to carry all kiuds ol merchandize, with all reasonable dispatch and safety, on the 1st of October next. Messrs M.S. 11 &t Co. having made arrangements with the Central Company of Georgia, for an apartment under their own jock, and with a Messenger always in charge, offer superior advantages for the prompt and safe conveyance of all valuable articles that may be entrusted to '.heir care. Merchants, IManters, and others, desirous of receiving their Goods with prompt dispatch, will fiud it advantageous to direct to them. or Office at Savannah, 153 Bay street; Macon, Washington llall; M. S. Ball it Co., Milledgeville; Agent at Charleston, S. C., A. Head, #5 hast Bay; S. Fhilbrick, Agent for receiving and forwardiujj goods and merchandize at Savannah. M. S. I!. St Co. will advance cash for all freights on goods sent to their charge. Charges no more than the ordinary way of obtaining goods. au2ft 1 in * r NEW ARRANGEMENT. FARE AND FREIGHT REDUCED. mM REGULAR MAIL LINE?FOR PROVIPENCE AND BOSTON, via. STON ^ lrr^g_l NtiTGN AND NEWPORT?Composed t>l the following superior ilnmeri, running in connection Willi the Stouingtou and Boston mid Providence Railroads ftlACSACHUSETTS, Cart. Comstock. RHODE ISLAND, Capt Thayer. PROVIDENCE. NARRAGANSETT. MOHEGAN. On* of winch will leave New York daily (Snndayi excepted) from Pier No. 1, Battery Place, N. River, at 5 P. >1. ARRANGEMENTS. The RHODE ISLAND, Captain Thayer, on Monday, and Wednesday for Stonihgton and Newport, and Knday for Stouingtou. The MASSACHUSETTS, Captain Comstock, on Tuesday and for Stomngton, and Saturday for Stoningtoo, Newport and Providence. rtas-ngers, on the arrival of tha steamers at Stonington, will he immediately forwarded in tlie splendid and commodious Cars ol the Railroad to Providence and Boston, and if for Newport will procet-d in the steamer Monegan (in superior order) from thence at 6 o'clock the folio wine morning, thin Riving Mum an opportunity of a niglu'a rest on hoard tho steamer Massachusetts or Rhode Island, and thru breakfast on board tha Mohe*au. The ?lio?e steamers have been thoroughly equipped and prepared to promote celerity of travel and the comfort and security of passengers, and not suri?e?ed by any in the United Staua. For passage or freight, which is taken at very reduced rates, apply on hoard, at north side of pier No. 1, 22 B roadway, or office of Samuel Deveau, freight agent, on the wharf. Tickets for the route and steamers' berths oan be secured on board, or at the office of HAHNDKN St CO., No. 3 Wall street (T7"On and after the 10th inst, freight will not be received ana forwarded after half-past 4 P. M. m>6m* m NEW YOHK AND KINGSTON STEAM FREIGHT AND PASSAGE LINE. For Kingston, anr Delaware and Hudson ^('anal?steamboats EMERALD and NOK1 he K.VII.KAL1). Captain John Ketcham, will leave New York, foot of Murray street, every Monday and Thursday at J o'clock, I* M. Will leave Kingston (Ron'out landing) every Wednesday and Saturday at 3 o'clock, P. M. The NORWICH, Captain John Samuels, will leave New York, foot of Warren street, every Wednesday and Saturday at 5 o'clock, P. M. Will have Kingston (Roudoiit landing) every Tuesday and Friday at 3 o'clock, P. M. EXTRA TRIPS. The EMERALD will leave the foot of Murray street every Sunday mornmgat 7 o'clock. Returning, leaves Kingston at 4 o'clock, same day. or freight or passage apply on hoard, or to WILLIAMSON, BARLOW ?t CO., a2l 3m*i' lfil West street. ma NKW akranokmknt kob SHH F.WSBU KY?Long Branch. Sandy Ocean 11 mi ?e and Katnniown Landing. The new Steamboat 8HM F.W8BURY, Captain John P. Corlies, will now run as follows, on and after Thursday, 37th mat leaving New York, from (he foot ef Robinson street, every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 10 o'clock, A. M. And F.atontown Landing on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 10 o'clock, A. M. The Shrewsbury will ran a* ahov?, wenther permitting, until further notice. All baggage at the risk of the owneri. Fare 37)6 cent*. N. B.--Stage" will he in attendance to convey passengers from the aforeuaid binding place* to any part of the county required. , ... The Shrewsbury will go the inner passage. when practicable. ieUr NEWARK AND NEW YORK.?Fare C??*L.'?y?onlv 12)6 Cents !?The aplendid ateamer PASjC^JBJLSAir, after June Mb, will run aa follows:? Leitve the loot of Barclay street, New Y ork, at 10 A. M., and ? pTM. Leaves the foot of Centre utreet, Newark, at 7)6 A. M , and and 1)6 P. M. The accommodation* both for paasengeri and freight have been greatly improved. Freight carried at very low rate*. jy 16 3m*ec .Mft ,1/1 GRAND FISHJNO EX< ( R9ION TO Jr THE SKA BASS BANKS?OFF SANDY T BJ. HOOK.?The steamboat SUPERIOR, (apt. John (ioulil, will leave for the Fishing Banks on Tuesday, Wsdne'day, Thursday and Friday of this week, landing at Fort Hamilton each way. Carit. Peacock, with his harpoons will lie on hand. A splendid Hand of Music is engaged. (in tillion and other dances on board. Bait furnished on board, gratis. Places of calling?fool oft'hainbers street, at 8 o'clock: Amos street |iast 8; ( anal street )6 past 8; Catharine Ferry, Brooklyn, ?s l'o?t. of Pike street past 9, and nier No. I Battery, )6 past!). On returning at half past 6 oclock, the boat will call at the above places and land passengers, and on these occasions will be accompanied with chambermaids. Refreshments on board. T ?,rP??r E*enrsion 50 cents. Children half price. lhe nupoiiotwill make her excursion to Harlem every Sunday u uiu 11 - E NE NEW Y I >?L..?KOPLK'8 LINE OK STKAMBOATsI ar r?;Mv^^?AMv-i)a,iv ?,t 7 o'clock P. M.Thnmgn ilirt^t?H rom tne steamboat pier be"W'SSStf M. m8tfa bo?' K0( HESTER, Capt. A. Houghton, will leave ' x uciilay, 1 hursday, and Saturday at 7 P. M. At 5 o clock I.M.?Landing at Intermediate Places. I Steamboat NOHTH AMERICA. Capt. M. H. Trues dell, < will leave Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday after- < noon, at 5 o'clock. i Steamboat SOUTH AMERICA, Capt. L. W. Brainard, 1 will leave 1 uesday, I mirsday and Saturday Evening, at five o'clock. i Passengert taking this Line of Boat* will invariably arrive in 1 Albany in ample tune to take the Morutng Train of Cars for the east or west. The above boats are new and substantial, are furnished with neat and elegant State Rooms, and for speed and accommodations are unrivalled on the Hudson. F"r Passage or Freight, apply on board, or to P. C. Schultz at the office on the wharf. si ~SEVEN O'CLOCK MORNING LINE rL ??vra-? ALBANY, TROY, and intermediate *" " ' I: r- ''- II the steamboat pier, at the foot of Barclay street. Breakfast and Dinner ou board. Leaves N'mv York?The Empire on Monday, Wednesday 1 and Friday. The Troy ou Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 1 at 7 A. M. Landing at?Caldwell's, West Point, Newbnrch, Hampton, ' Poughkeeiisie. Hyde Park, llliiiiebeck, U. Red Hook, Bristol, CatsKill, Hudson, Ooxsackie and Kinderhook. The new low pressure steamer EM PI 1VE, Captain S. R. Roe, 1 on Wednesday, at 7 o'clock in the morning, Aug. 16. The new low pressure steamer TllOY, Captain A. Gotham, on Thursday, at 7 o'clock in the morning. Aim 12. For passage, apply at the office, foot of Barclay street, or on 1 board. Notice.?All Goods, Freight, Baggage, Bank Bills, Specie or any other kind of Property, taken, shipped, or put on board the Bouts of tliis Liuejnugt be at the risk of the owners of such goods. aulS r _tni _~i INDEPENDENT REGULAR OPPOSI^JWTfTION NTCiHT LINK FOR ALBANY & *** ** 'imimv?Through Direct, without Landing ? '1 he commodious and substantial steamboat PORTSMOUTH, Capt. O. House, will leave New York from the fioot of Barclay street, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays; urnl will leave Albany and Troy on Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, and will continue these trips for the season. Freight taken at reduced rates. Apply on board. P. S.?The above boat has undergone a thorough repair, and is i'l first rate order. i3 lm r SEVEN O'CLOCK" EVENING LINE v3*r"r ALBANY AND TROY direct, without Jr rB^IE,landing?the splendid low pressure steamboat SWALLOW, Captain A. McLean, will leave the foot of Courtlandt street every Tuesday, Thursday, aud Saturday evenings, at 7 o'clock, for Albany direct. The swallow has a large number of state rooms,and for speed and accommodations is not surpassed on the Hudson. au8 ec J.MS fit* REGULAR OPPOSITION ~FOR BOS?TON, via NEWPORT AND PROVIDENCE?Fare to Boston $2 id; Deck SI 3(1; no charge for Berths. Newport and Providence SI; Deck 50 cts. The fast sailing steamboat CURTIS PECK, Captain Win. H. Peck, leaves Catharine Market slip, East River, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 5 o'clock, P. M. For passage or freight apply ou board, or to A. D. PECK, 206 South st. au5 lm*in a* STATEN ISLAND FI-HlRY, FOOT WHITEHALL ST.?The steamboats EOCaL STATEN ISLANDER and SAMSON will rtln as follows until further notice :? Leave New York 8, 9, 10, 12, 2, 3%, 5, 6. Leave Staten Island 8, 9, 10, 12, 2, 4, S, 6. All goods thipi>ed are miuirtd to he particularly marked and are at the risk of the owners thereof. sS r OBROCKAWAY AND NEW YORK c*STAOF.?Will run as follows 011 anil after Inly 13th inst. Leave Kockawir at 8 A. M., lor New k ork, returning leave the Waverly Home Broadway, at 3W P. M. for Kockaway, by way of South Kerry Passengers leaving their uimes at 310 Pearl street, will be nunc-, tually called for by HKNRV CONKLIN, *ti?lm*r Proprietor NEW YORK 8c BOSTON POUNU i-'lLOT. AWEN PRE8COTT, Pilots, or takes charge as master and pilot of vessels bound to New Bedford, over Nantucket Shoals, Boston, Portsmouth, Portland, Kennebeck. and OTHEK PORTS. Office at Fry* & Shaw's Nautical store, 222 Water street, corner Beekman. Inference to a number of merchants, and the several Insurance Companies in this city, Boston, and Portland. ivl8 Imisr "black ball, or old line of liver MMMpV-POOL PACKKTS?Regular Packet, and sails on JSnlallaiaTui-sday, the 19th Sept.?The remarkable last sailing new e?in>ercd packet ship IIIBKUNI A, Captain Burning, will sail posi tively as above, ln*r regular day. HtTnc accommodations of the Hibernia for cabin, 2d cabin and steerage passengers will on inspection !? found to be fitted out in every way that can add to the comfort of those embarking for the old country, who should not fail to call and examine Iht accommodations liefore paying parage in any other vessel. The price of passage is very low, for which, and to secure the best berths, early application should be made on board, loot of Beekman tlivt-l, or to the subscribers. ROCHE, BROTHERS & CO 35 Fultonsttm, P. S ?Tlif Hihcrnia sails from Liverpool on tin- 7tli November. Persons sending for their friends can have them brought out in her, or in any of the packets comprising (his magnificent line, sailing from that port punctually on the 7th and 19th of very month. ! or passage apply as ihove. The packet ?hi|> i mkri.lM.', I apt. VV111. u. ceed the Hiheruia, .end sail for Liverpool on the 1st of October, htr regular day. Km NK.VV LINE OK PACKETS~KOR' LIVERWfjrV> POOL?Packet of I6ih September.?The new and I elegant packet ship QUEEN OK TJIK WEST, register IJ5? tons, < apt. P. Woodhouse, will sail oil Saturday, 16th Septeli.ber, her regular day.?This nolile packet, the largest ever built in the citv of New York, is lilted up w ith every modern impi?vement that can impart comfort tn Passengers?her cabins are very stmcions, and superbly famished throughout.? Iler between decks are lofty and thoroughly lighted. She has slate rooms on deck for second cabin passengers?the whole affording accommodations superior to any other ship. Persons about to visit the old country will study their interest and comfort by selecting this m ignilicent ship. Kor passage. early application should lie made ou hoard foot of Burling slip, west side, or to W. In J. T. TAPSCOTT, 43 Peck slip, cor. South st. The Queen of the West will sail from Liverpool on the 5th of November. Persons wishing to send for ttieir friends, can have them brought out in her, or other lir;t class ships, sailing weekly, oil favorable terms. Drafts for any amount, payable on demand, without discount, in all the principal towns of England, Ireland, Scotland or Wales, constantly for sale as ahove. The Sheridan will succeed the Queen of the West, and sail lith SepJ._ sir KOR LIVERPOOL?Regular packet of the 7th of M0RVW Septemlier.?The splendid mew packet ship ASHBURTON, btiitheu 1100 tons, Captain llenry Huttleson, will sail as above, her regular day. Having very superior accommodations lor cabin, second cabin and steerage |wssengers, |iersons intending to embark should make immediate application on hoard foot of Maiden lane, or to the subscriber. JOS. McMURRAY, 100 Pine Street, comer of South. The above'ship will !>e succeeded by the very splendid packet shin Stephen Whitney, Capt. Thom|>son, burthen lion tons, to MU Oil till* 13th Septemlier. Persons sending for their friends can have them brought out by the above ship, or any of the regular packets sailing from Liver|>ool oh the 1st, 13th and litli ofeiei v month. Drafts will also lie given (in stuns to suit the convenience of those wishing to remit money to their friends) on the Provincial Bank of Ireland and ill its branches ihroughoiit the kingdom, payable at sight. Also, drifts payable in any part of Eng land, Scotland and Wales, by applying as above. sir A#*- KOR. LIVERPOOL?Packet 16th September.? WrjrjfVThe new splendid packet ship Ql KEN OK THE jwWEn'V EST, Philip Woodhonse master, 12i0 tons, w ill sail mi lier regular day, the. 16th Sept. Kor freight or passage, having accomodations unnin ailed for elegance and comfort, apply on board, west sid" Burling slip, or to VVOODHULL & MINTURNS, 87 South st. The fine packet ship Rochester, Captain John Britton, BOO tons, will succeed the Queen of the West, and sail ou her regular day, 16th Octolier sir KOR LONDON?Packet of 10th Septemlier. Thf splendid fa?l_ sailing packer ship .MONTREAL, apt. E. <*. Tinker, will sail on lier regular day, as at>o\ e. This ship has very commodious accommodations for caliiu, second cabin and steerage passengers, who will lie taken at reasonable rates, if early application be made on hoard or to W. Si J. T. TAPSCOTT, 43 Peck Slip, Corner of South street. When' also passages can lie engaged from London and Liverpool in any of I he packet ships, anil drafts for any amount payable on demand without discount or any other charge, in all the post towns of England, Ireland, Scotland or Wales, can be obtained on favorable terms. sir KOR HULL. ENGLAND?A first class AmeriWf**" vessel, now loading, could take a small i|u unity MieK*1! light freight, if immediate appplication is made to VVOODHULL Ac .M IN TURNS, al5r 87 South street. A**? T'A?:KET KOlI HAVRE?Second Line The Wjjflpjnfcship ST. NICOLAS, John B. Pell, master, will sail I - the 1st of October. BOYD Ik. IIINCKEN, 9 Tontine Buildings, s?r comer Wall and Water streets. urn HAVRE?The Krenchship CAROLINE, KfjMfWCaptain Legrain. Kor freight or passage, for which AMMlai he has very comfortable accommodations, apply to the i. aiitain on boatil, at the fool of Rector street, N. R. or to BOVD *i HINCh EN, 9 Tontine Buildings, sire cor. Wall anil Water streets. KOR MATANZAS-Kirst Vessel?The fast sail jrejPSV'"? "gular packet brig KRANCES AHIIIIEY, Raniwjyibi I ill. master, having the greater part of her cargo engaged, and going on board, can vet take the bulk of 500 bbls., for w hich or passage^ having handsome accommodations, apply on board, at pier 12 E R. or to Si I??,v 11111N .1. T Wl.nil, II South St. " KOR NEW ORLEANS. Louisiana and WFTKjVNew York Line?Positively Kirst Regular Packet? jMalUThe fast sailing packet ship HllNTSVILLE, Capt. K. Cornell, will sail as above. Kor freight or passage, having handsome furnished accommodations, apply on board, at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall street or to E. K. COLLINS ?i CO., 56 South st. Agents in New Orleans, Hulin Hi Woodruff, who will promptly forward all goods to their address. The packet ship MISSISSIPPI, Captain C Hillard, will succeed the Hnntsville. si ec PASHAOE KOR N E W ORLEANS-Positively first Kr ''V'T?.'" "pjendid well known fast sailing inckei Will if slop DAM A St. US. Captain Bliss, will positively sail as her regular any. I his packet has splendid accommodation* for cabin, shroud cabin and steerage p-tsnengers. Those wishing to iMQrv berths should not fail tnske early npplieaHon on board, loot of Jones' line, or to W. Si J. T. TAPSCOTT, 43 Peck slip, comer South strret. .. DISPATCH MNK FOR NEW ORLKANH)UfVHn?U> packet ill the lUtli Sept.? i lie lirst class packjjnH>ftfai I ?7>>P ^ KSPASAI Vi hurth-n J00 tons,Cap! Harlow, will positively sail as above, lipr regular day. Hpr accommodations for cabin, spcood cabin ami steerage passengers, are not surpassed l?y any vessel in port. Persons in lending going south should mike immediate application on board, at Pine street wharl', or to JOSEPH MeMURRAY, 3r 11*1 Pine utreet, comer of South. Jc*?- FOR SALE?The well known coppered and cop?#JpJW|>er listened ship RY I.VA Nl' S jENKINS, Sej monr, JBMifan ister, hurt hen mil register 'i I? tons, carrier lbs. ol cotton from Mobile, wan Imilt in this city by James Morgan for Samuel Hick* k Co. under the inspection of Josi- | ah Macy?her apron transom and top timbers of lire oak and i locust?has standing and running rigging in good order?had new ma?ts four year* ago?is well adapted for a whaler, having a fine room> deck. Lies at Dover street wharf Her inventory can be seen .it J| William street. Kor terms, apply to I lm"r JONATHAN OGUEN Ik CO M William st. W YO ORK, WEDNESDAY M( IlilLADEGrHl/V UAuU I'.IVtltU I ^ 1'li ESTARUSI1MENT EXCHANGE BUILDING, ROOMS 26&S7. rPHE Subscribers, having procured the Agency for the "lie ol 1 VOIGTANDKK'K L>A<S1'ERREOTVPE VPTAUA* I rus, constructed according ro I'rol isor IVrrval's calculation lave on hand a large of thejr* Apparatus, and artists is well as amateur" of (heir art, wishing t<-> procure a good up- I utratus, will find it to their advantage to procure instruments >f this construction. They also have lately imported ,i large j juantity of German and Kr-nch platn, and all the cli-micals ised in their art, which they warrant in every respect, as they ire made to their order Polishing substances, and morocco lases, and all necessary materials are sold on the most reasonible terms. The following gentlemen have aereed to art as their agents, via:? E. White. Esq., 175 Broadway, N. \ . P. Hass, Kst., Washington, D. C. Dr. A. Caspari, Richmond. Va. P. Laurens. Esq.. Savannah, ()a. William West, Esq. Cincinnati. Ohio. All communications (post paid) and orders, accompanied Hrith remittances, will he promptly attended to, and should be lirected to W. 8t F. LANOENHEIM, je 1 Srn'r Kuchauge Building, I'bila. EDM. C. COATES avails himself of the pleasure of informing the Ladies and Gentlemen of New York and its vici lities, that he continues toPaint Likenesses at the shortest nolice, both Portraits and Miniatures. Those who will favor him with their patronage, are invited to call and see his specimens if the same, at his residence, 387 Broadway, between White and VValker streets. N. B. Mr. C. also continues to give private lessons to genii ernen. Ladies in classes Wednesday and Saturday afternoons. Also, Landscapes painted to order, from the smallest to the largest si/.e. Those who wish to make it their profession, call lie l>erfected ill all the above branches, bv applying aa above. Daguerreotype likenesses correctly copied iu water colors iu 21 flours. aulti llll'ec ~~ DEPOT ~ OF (iKN'TLKMEN'S FANCY DRESS ARTICLES. READY MADE LINENSUNDER GARMENTS, fccSic. rPIlE Subscriber would call the attention of their patrons and A strangers Msiting this city, to their iicli and extensive issortment of stocks, scarfs, cravats, gloves, suspenders, pocket handkerchiefs, dressing gowns, hosiery, lambs wool, merino, silk, cotton, Berlin, bucKskin and other under shirts and drawers. Their assortment of theahove goods, and all other articles appertaining to a gentleman's wardrobe are rich, varied, and extensive, and well worthy the attention of the fashionable community, they would particularly recommend their new style of gentlemen's shirts, ;ui containing many improvements. lha shirts at present manufactured by them, are cut l<> suit the form of the wearer, thereby doing away with the law overplus of I iiit*ii used uuder the old system of cutting, and adding not only to the comfort of the wearer, but to the beauty of the form. This improvement was so manifest to the Judges of the late fair at the American Institute, that the lir?t premium was awarded to the subscribers; their patentelastic Brace is particularly recommended to all person* who have acquired the habit of stooping. They will be found of immense benefit to persons of sedentary habits, by bracing the shoulders, they strengthen the back, and expand the chest, and will lie found of no impediment to the free use of the arms. They would also call attention to their patent elastic Rutlift or riding bell. < eiitlcinen may depend on being suited with the best and most fashionable articles, by calling at the old establishment ol PARSELLS Si AGATE, an 20 !m*ec 237 Broadway, corner of 1'ark place. javieTlacv, DRAPER AND TAILOR, 62 John street, near William, continues to make up Gentlemen's garments of su|>erior workmanship, and ill the most fashionable style, at his usual low prices. Gentlemen in want of new and fashionable cloth iilg, should call and examine his select stock of goods before purchasing elsewhere. Atrial will be sufficient to convince the most economical, that for beauty of lit, style of workmanship, and at such extraordinary low prices, this establishment cannot be surpassed by any in the city. HIT" Crentleinen furnishing their own goods can have them made and trimmed?a iH'rfect lit warranted or the price of the goods returned, au24 Imr TERMS CASH. CHEAP CASH TAILORING ~ESTABLISTTMEN 1\ 304 PEARL, LATE 108 BEEKMAN STREET. THE Subscriber, well known for the cheapness and durability of his work, desires to inform his (nitrous and the public, that he is now, to suit the economical tendency of the times, making garments of the very best quality, at a reduction of 20 )ier cunt from former prices, and less, it is believed, by 20 per ceut than garments of the same quality are made by the cheap houses in this city. In order that gentlemen may understand what is meant by cheapness, the following bill of prices is submitted to their consideration, with a guarantee that the goods shall be of first rate quality, and the lit unexceptionable Superfine west of England 'loth Coats - $12 lo $16 Pauls of black or fancy Double Milled Cass, 5 to 7 Vests, of Silk, Sat ill, he 2K to 4 Making and trimmiug, iu the best style, .it the following prices : Coats 6K to $8 Pants and Vests. 1M to IX All orders executed with punctuality and despatch. JOHN MOKKAT. As the season is advanced, the present slock of summer goods w ill be sold low. au3 1m *r wm. t. jennings & co. rVIAPERS AND TAILORS, 231 Broadway, American C? Hotel, opposite the Fountain, solicit attention to an assortment of seasonable goods, including Cloths, ( assimeres, Votings, Sic., iu all the new and various styles, under the assurance that the system of " small profits and quick returns," which has elicited so liberal a patron tge, will In* continued, while our arrangements are such as will eualile us lo fill all orders in future with promptness. A I'rrmirv in the oit.ihlislnni'iit. which must commend it to k?r? Tools, .ol tli* mo?t approval patterns. . '"" WAWHK.V" wn.Kitv. K~N.VPI"S HH?HLY< K.LEBKATKD KXTllA BLACK- l IN(J?Acknowledged by all wlm have irii*<J it, to surpass any thing of the kind ever kuowu in this country; anil what i# inore astonishing is, that oi.e of in principal Ingredient* i? oil. Wo have simples from to 10 years old to show, which areas good as new. To foreign and country merchant* this blackiutf will be found of great importance, a* the ordinary No. I is about as low as i common articles: and even this has had no parallel. Then I we Inve two grades above this that astonishes everyone si*. I cial notice to the two gentlemen boarding at the < itv Hotel in June la?t. who offered to buy 1000 dozen, or all that could l>e found, without asking the price of the article that was applied to ilieir boots- that we haie the same kind on band, oid would lie happy t ?roceuc their order* .at If II road way ,atid i'r) How cry I *teod*ec _____________ SI'K.t TA< l,KS.-< . II. I'KAl ZORAK, Ucnlitt and Uim cian, ( anal street, No. I.S, (removed from Broadv.ay, ) tias constantly on hand a large assortment of Spectacle* for "hort sighted persons. Also, every kind of Spectacle Olaar. au3 Im* BROW N SIIKKTIMiS-Kl bale* extra heavy, just nc?iv ed and for sale by au30?a PER88E St. BROOKS, tl Liberty ( s those requiring articles for immediate use, is lite addition lo our stock, of ?n assortment of tint quality rondy made <Airmen l-s, consisting of Surtoqts. l?roclu, uresa l uats. Pantaloons. Vests, ouii*., Travelliutf Frocki, Dressing Gntrni, Ur A choice collection ol Silk and Satin Hrorfi, 1'ravaft, Handkerchiefs, tilnves, Suspenders, Hosiery, Under Shirts, Drawers, Muslin Shirts, _ Collars, iie. At price* which must offer inducements to purchasers jySi 3m *ac rTM) TAILORS.?1\ OElWlT would inform the trade tlia J- lie has removed his office to 13 Maiden lane, where he offers for sale his late system for Measuring and Drafting Oanneiits, together with the latest Fall and Winter Fashions for 18)3 and 4 s2 lw* tn SHIRT MANUFACTORY, AND GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING STORE, /2Q MAIDEN LANK.-Jnst received the latest and most approved French pattern shirts. A general assortment of shirts, under garments, hosiery, cravats, handkerchiefs. Sic. Shirts and under garments made up to order and repaired at short notice. For sale, a Counting House Desk, w ith three drawers and book rack. WM. COLLINS. au20 lm*r pKNTLEMEN'S LEFT OFF WARDROBE?GentlevT men or families desirous of converting their lell oft wearing apparel into cash, can obtain lor the same the highest cash Pr>ce. , . To families and gentlemen quitting the city,or changing residence, having any superfluous effects to dispose of, will hud it much to their advautage to send for the subscriber, who will attend them at their residence by.appointmeut. II. LKVKIT. No. 6 John st, New V ork. A line through llie post office, or otherwise, will receive prompt attention. 'lothing cleaned, altered and repaired. a??JI7_l_rnr FOR gALK A T C.H. DARLING'S. 7I)? Maiden laic and i Liberty A street, the cheapest and best selected stock of FRENCH, ENGLISH Ac GERMAN FANCY GOODS, Consisting of Needles, Combs, Cutlery, Pins. Brushes, Jewelry, Hooks and Eyes, Perfumery, Steel Pens, Plated Thimbles, Razors, Stro|>s, Sic. With all other articles included in the above line. C. 11. I), would state for the benefit of Country Merchants, I'edl irs and others, who may please to call, that all goods in the above line will be sold on the most favorable terms. an24 lm*r 1IION S u K Av.Mtr.lllll SK. H1\Vat,-i sti.. t?1 l? I scriber keel's on sale a large assortment of new and second hand Iron Safes and Money < bests, with good and secure locks, at prices corresponding with the quality Orders will be received to manulactureijtll kinds, sizes and dimensions, fire and burglar proof soles. The subscriber is the ouly person (in the city) iiithorised to sell or recei*e orders fOrWilder's Patent Salamander Sale, (which are now made dry) and all persons are hereby cautioned against making, selling or iiseinft Safes made in imitation of Wildei's Patent Salamander, each being equally liable since June 1st. ICI3, and will I* prosecuted by the patentee to the extent of the patent law . SILAS C. HERRING, 139 Water st. N. B.?Old Safes taken iu part pa>ment forWilder's Fire Proof Salamander. s4 IwraStWec CIIOTON WATER-DAY'S FIRST PREMIUM IN MIA It I ' It It k' It IIIKI. i. ..,,...;.l.?,,l,. I...I I., any inirwm for which leather is used,anil is warranted to poi less the following Properties l.?t?It is perfectly tiitht undtr pmtnte of the Croton. 2d? It is made of the strongest fabrics, and will not mildew to in J ii rt- in the least, and requires no atteution. 3d?It is not destroyed by coining in contact with oil or grease, nor stiffened hy cold weather, nor can the rubber decompose, a* inferior articles are in no case used. Should the least complaint be made of the Hose, not |>ossessing tin1 above properties, it will be taken back, at any time inside of si? months from its purchase, and other given in exchange without oiurge. 4th?Coupling and jet pipes will be attached without charge Buyers w ill note that we are clearly satisfied that this hose (the process of making which is unknown to any other iu the trade) is just the article long wautod for leading water ami many other liquids HORACfc II. DAV, All 17 r ^necensor ro Rn*bnr\* I II C... 45 Maiden Isne OK KM K TTh IK.KKKR&ON. INSURANCE, COMPANY ?Office :tti Wall street. This company continue their bu liness of insurance against loss or damage by tire, on goods, wares and merchandise, and also on vessels and their cargoes, against loss by inland navigation. DIRECTORS. Thomas W. Thome, Klisha Riggs, Thomas T. Woodruff, Benjamin 11. Robson, John R. Davison, Krancis P. Sage, Thomson Price Joseph Allen, John H.^Lee, John P, Moore, Moses Tucker, James K. Holmes, Caleb C. Tuuis, James R. Whiting, Anson Baker, Wm. K. Thoru, Joseph Drake, Irad Hawlcy, John C. Merritt, Thomas Morrell. THOMAS W. THORNK, President. t)KO. T. HOPE. Secretary. m|3 jgb , KATllKR AND KINDINO STORK* Wi"spring sti.vtT , 1-* two doors froin the corner of Washington street, near j Clinton Market, New Y ork. Constancy on hand a general assortment of Sole and Upper Leather, Black Morocco and Kid Skins, with Deer, (Joat and Lambskin Bindings,Shoe Threads, I Lasting*. Ualloons. Ribbons, Sheetings, Linen and Leather i Linings, Boot Cord and Webbs, Boot Trees, Lasts, Hammers, Pincers. A vs Is ami Tacks, w ith a full assortment of Sim.-ma. RK E )RNING, SEPTEMBER 6 BOWEL COMPLAINTS ? URED | PIVNK'8 CARMINATIVE BALAAM i> a certain, iafc, | and effectual reinedv fur dysentery, diarrhoea, or looseness, < holer,i merlins, lummft complaint, cliolic, gnping pain*, wur | stomach, flatulency, Sic. Sic., and .ill spasmodic and nervous | diseases, ?s ?ick and nervous headache, hysteria, cramp, fcc. fcc. j From Or. M. L. Kuapp, late Physician to tin* Baltimore Disfu-ory, ind agent for the Mary and Vaccine Institution oaltimork, March 27, 1838. Dr. JifF.?Dear Sir?You ask me what proofs I meet with of the "ffic.'.c.y i I" your medicine. 1 can safely say that I never prescribed a medicine for bowel complaints that lias given me so much satisfaction , and my patients so speedy and iierfect relief** thii. Whenever introduced into a lamily it becomes a standing remixly for those ailments, and is called for attain an I again, which I think a pretty good proof of its efficacy and usefulness. In the summer complaint of children it has frequently ap|H*ored tfi niiatoh the little victims, as it were, from me grave. "It saved the life of my child, and of such and such a child," I have repeatedly heard it said. In dysenteric affection*,of adults, I have time and again seen it act like a charm and give iiermanent relief in a IVw hours, I may say in a lew minutes lu fine, it is a valuable medicine and no family should be without it. ltespeci fully, M. L. KNAPP, M. D. From Dr. Win. Steeling, Physician to the Cumberlaud, N. J., Almshouse. Thi? may certify that 1 have used Dr. Jayne's Carminative Balsam very extensively ill bowel complaints, and have not the leatt hesitation in declaring it su|>erior to any preparation that I have met with for the relief of these diseases. WM. STKKLINU, M. D. BntmiF.TON, July 19, 1836. F rom Jonathan Uoiug, u. u. |iaie 01 lorn; ir?*siu?<iu 01 i Granville College, Ohio. Dr. D.Jatnk:Dear Sir?Having made use of your Carminative Balsam in my family, ami limliiiK it to be adinirahlv adapted to the com* plaints for which it is intended, I take pleasure in recommending it to the use of inv friends and the public generally, believing those who are .1 (H?? t?mI w itli nnv of these coinplaiuts, w ill liud relief in the use of this valuable medicine. JONATHAN GOING. New York, May 20, Sold wholesale and retail it the proprietor*! prices, by A. B. & D. SANDS, Druggists, No. *9 Fnltou street corner of Gold st., 371 BrOMH \ . 77 Kast Broad way. Price 90 Cents* aul9 lm*r _ DYSPEPSIA r AKE^V DAYS SINCE, 1 announced in the pajwr* of this city that I hid resumed the practice fortius most distressing disease, and stated also, that since the publication ef my book 1 had made such additional discoveries as to induce j ine to believe that 1 could cure the most obstinate ami inveterate cases,110 matter of how long standing, since which I have been practicing upon it, and liud it to answer my inoht sanguine expectations ill all cases; and I have now so much confidence in its importance and utility in its effecting a perinaueut cure,that I have no hesitation in saying that I cannot imagine a case of dysiH-psia, under mv immediate care, that I cannot cure. OLIVER HALSTKI), 21 Nassau street, si lm*ec cor. < cdarst. and 75 Chamliers st. I HE HU.vhN HAIJI FOKOE1) TO OllOW, STOPPED filling off, dandruff cured, &c., lor the low price of three shilungs, b\ using one bo !? of JONES'S CORAL HAIR HKSTOilATIVE-.Miud, .vader, the above are the positive and real qualities of this article?we don't misrepresent?we sell small bottles that you may try and know its qualities, without t exitending a large sum. It is not a nostrum, but a physicians recipe to force the roots of the hair to a healthy action, thereby causing its growth.? ranou who hire Ibht, red 01 grej hair, should use it ; i' will make their hair beautifully dark, and in time make the hair grow dark. If this is used merely for dressing the hair, it will make it (the hair) d'liciously soft and silky, and keen it so thrice as Ion? as any other preparation. Give it a trial, it is only; 3 shillings, and you'l never use any other hair nrnnawfinn. Yon ehi ?ee the names of the most respectable persons who have used this with success, at the store. Sold, price 3, 5 or 0 shillings a bottle, at the .sign of the Americau Eagle, 82 Chatham street, N. Y. Agents,/eiher, 3 Ledger Buildings, Philadelphia: Itedding, (I Stale street, Boston; 57 State street, Albany ; 207 King street, Charleston, S. C., or 139 Kultou street, Brooklyn. si lm*ec WHO WOULD BK, WITHOUT TEET11 ?-Wben tfea follow in,' unprecedented reduction in dentistry is made hy the celebrated Dentist, W. Thome, 1) I) S., 02 Kast Broadway. Cleaning Teeth, ...... $1 (HI Extracting, " 25 Stopping with his justly celebrated Mineral, 75 Single Tooth on Pivot, 75 Silver .... 2 00 " " " Gold 3 00 A complete set of Teeth ou the most approved principles, at the same price as the above. N. B.?Where entire satisfaction is not.given, no charge will he made. 1,9. Kast Uroadwav. a 19 lin*r 'I'llE MEMBERS (IK THE NEW YORK COLLEGE f OK MEDICINE AND PHARMACY, of the city of New York, established for the suppression of quackery, in returning thanks to the public, and the regular medical practitioners of the United States, fur I he liberal assistance rendered them during the last year, in suppressing the shameless impostures?wish res|iectfully to call their attention to the following preparations which have been tested in every manner by the College during the last year, and although the result of years of ex|>erieuce of the first medical men in Euro|>e, have far exceeded their most sanguine ex|>ectatious. EXTRACT OK THK GENUINE 8ARSAPARILLA. Prepared hy THE COLLEGE OF MEDICINE AND PHARMACY, Of i he City of Now York. This article has been prepared at great expense, according to the new process of the Parisian pharmaceutics, and is confidently denominated the only really valuable preparation of Sarsapaiills now offered for sale in ibis country. Together with the active principle of the Similax oflicivalis?the best specjes of the root?the college have incorporated the peculiar modification of sugar, which has been termed glycyrrhizn. In the " Extract*" of the nostrum venders and certain druggists, the common extract of liquorice is the chief ingredient, andean i ft n t ii U if tier to stale that in must cases this extract ol liquorice is anuUerarf>n, auu ciiihui... a. rived from the pans in which the decoction of tint root is evaporaU '1- The < .ollege wish thus particularly to guard the pub- I lie ogsin-.t the pernicious tendency of mixtures containing large quantities ol'this poisoned liquorice. The "Extract prepared by the College, contains also an appropriate quantity of the peculiar crystal! izable principle, obtained from that valuable vegetable bitter, Gentian, (so called from Geutius, King ol lllyria, who first discovered its great virtues.) A small portion of the active constituents of the Lantus Sassafras, another vegetable, whose efficacy as au alterative and puriher of vera! ?rtir.l?* have been incorporated, ami their peculiar principle* compounded > > A highly concentrated Turin, and the result noil been *' production of a vegetable alterative and touic, unequalled for power and efficacy. The College m?re|y add the following extract from the edition jrst P"bliahed of Braud*'* " Practical DifAionary of the Materia Medic*" :? B 1 This t>.rticl? has been prencriDed in chsonic rhenmatism?in onstinstr cutaneous eruption*?in indolent ulcers?in glandular affections?in diseases of the bones, attended by d'tll aching pains, tumors and nodes?wasting of the flesh?and it has proied a valuable remedy, and has sometimes effected a cure where other altev.tives Imve been long administered in vain, and*eased stateof the system has been of many years duration. In the after treatment ol syphilis, and in cases where inercurv has injuriously affected the system, it possesses powers not hitherto observed iu any oilier article of the Materia Medica." Sold in single bottles at 75 cents each. " In cases of half a dozen bottle*, $3 50. " " " one dozen, - (6 Cases forwarded to all parts of the Union. TUB UNRIVAfcLED TONIC MIXTURE, Kor the cure of all the protean forms of dyspepsia, low spirit*, lot,* of appetite, lassitude, debility produced from youthful indiscretion, or an impaired constitution. The College recommend this grateful mixture as eminently adapted for the iuvigor it ion of the whole system, and the complete cure of all UM distressing maladies for which it is the appropriate remedy*. Sold in large bottles at 82. Small do. $1. In cases containing half a do<en, 34. Carefully packed and sent to all parts of the Union. PROFESSOR VALPEAU'B CELEBRATED SPECIFIC PILL, Kor tlir cure of <ionorrhora, Gleet, and all "mocnpnlent discharges from the Urethra. _ This justly celebrated Pill has effected more good since its introduction into this country by the College than any other medical discovery has done for the last quarter of a ceutury. Its effect is truly astonishing on the urinary organs, arresting the most obstinate disease ill three or four days, that formerly required a medical course of froin eight weeks to four months. Sold iu botes at 31 each. TH? PARISIAN ALTERATIVE MIXTURE, Kor the cure of primary or secondary forms of Syphiljs.? This powerful alterative is composed of a combination of botanical remedial agents, which exercise a specific effect on those terrible and loathsome mnladies. ?>>ne of the members of the College having b?en connected nith one of the principal hospitals of Europe, has had ample opportunities of observing the operation of this specific, and he his been so completely satisfied of its value, botfl from his experience there, and from having cured every oase with this mixture that came under his observation since he has been connected with the College here, thai he confidently recommends it as the safest and best remedy for this class , ol diseases. All persons differing from secondary Syphilis should use this Mixture without il.Jay, a* it is the greatest strengtheiier and purifier of the constitution at present known. Sold iu large bottles at 82. Small do. 81. In cases contain ing half a dozen g.V Carefully packed and sent to all |>arts of the Union. SIR A8TLEY COOPER'S PILL. Kor the cure of cutaneous eruptions, gout, chronic rheumatism and to improve the tone of the digestive org ins. Tliia invaluable remeuy, long and successfully used by the great man whose name it bears, is now first offered for sale in tills country, in boxes of .'ill cents. THE RESTORATIVK PILL, Kor the cure of those complaints peculiar to the female sex, and to restore anil preserve the regular action of the female organs. This preparation has been in Use by the most distinguished practitioners in London aud Paris, and it* utility has been established beyond cavil. Sold in bottle* at 5i men. THE AMLHK AN ANTI-BILIOUS CATHARTIC PILL. Thi* Pill?one of the happiest combination* of which modern cience can *ugge?t?ha* I'een preiared for the peculiar use of those sut>jrrli'il to the trying vicinsitudes and inttiience* of our | American climate. The effect* of mrticular climates on the healthy exercise of the function* of vital orijaus are only be- ] ginning to be properly studied and understood. Unlike the di* agreeable and uraitie purgative of the nostrum vender*, thi* I preparation doea not irritate the bowel*, nor produce pile* and j other distresung affection*, but by exciting tlie whole al linen , tary cuial to healthy action it carries on all the vitiated secretion*, pnrifie* the blood, and give* new vigor to the vital power*. Sold in hove* at M cent*, with full direction* for use. IMPORTANT TO THE UNFORTUNATE. i A Cure Ouaranteed?The College of Medicine and Pharmacy i of the city of New Vork, established for the snppre**ion ol quackery, is now prepared to treat all disease* of a private nature, and offer to all those afflicted with these di*tre**iug maladie*, advantages not to lie met with in any other institution in 1 thi* conntry, either public or private. h'rom the constant correspondence, and from private srrangeinent*, between the inein- i bers of the College and the most eminent Professor* of the Medical Institution of Europe, all the improvement* in the treatment of these diseases are forwardejl to them long before ' they reach the majority of the medical profession of this country. I With *nch advantage* together with tlie combined skill of the first medical men of this country, the College f<*l satisfied j that llie good work they have undertaken, " the suppression of quackery," will receive the pntronige it deserve* froin that portion of the public requiring their service*. I Terms, for advice, anil all medicines, t i 1 N. 11.?Patient* liviug at a distance, by stating their disease explicitly, in writing, giving all symptoms, together with the treatment they received elsewhere if any, can obtain a che?t containing .ill medicines with full direction* for use, with a ] guarantee of cure, by addresung the Agent of the College, |Hi*t paidx en closing $1. _ By order. w. n. mi nAiiwaum, Agenu Office ami t'nnanltinK Room* of the i 'oil***, q7 Nimhi ?t. J WOOLLKN KM TOHV FOR SALK.?The subscriber will ?ell one hill or the whole of hm Woollen Factory, which is located on r)i?*^ Karminpton Kiver, 18% miles from c H.irtO il, ( oniiecticiil. The mill is in complete o|ieration, and r now tmkins; Hil yards or broadcloth daily, with water poyvur i sufficient for any reasons Idee* lent ion. The sty|M of elotlss m ly r In .it Vie mi**. Coffin, Bradley It I'o's Store, No. II hschange I'l.ico, New \ ork, where other more particular informs- " tion may l>e had u to prices and terms. J OEO. C. K LLOOO. ti New Hartford, Conn. Vug. 31, 1813. t lo.iM dollars wanted, on satisfactory security situated in ^ New Hartford, t 'onn.?interest at (I per cent, payable annually, at the Mechanics'Bank, New York. Kor partieulais see,Messrs. 0 Culiin, Brady fc Co. 41 Exchange Tlnce. c ?J1 JOt'm OfcO. C.'KELLOOU I [ERA: 1843. City IiitrillKeiicr. Kkcoumtion or * (Jhlat Koiuihi.?John Clinton, alius Kited, thu puiion who ia nipponed to huvo committed the large forgeries on the firm ol Little v Co. of this city and the aouthern hunks, him liven lully recognr/.ed at Lontloii hv olhcur BeiiiaminJ. II.ivb ni ?h? v??rb -- -v " " ' "V" V. ? ' v..v%. H Officer Hayp, it will lie remimlxred, Hailed m the ateum ? ship Caledonia for Liverpool on the l*t ult. in oonpany ! with Ex-Justice Lowndes, in order to recognize thin man ' Clinton, who was coiilined in London. He writes to hi* t lather in this city as follows, re-dated London, Aug. W, 1843:? "Ariived here the lAtli by railroad, at 11 o'clock at i night. Called on Baring* Si Co next morning; was in l formed that John Clinton, the person charg d with the i iorgery, was remanded till the lVili instant (this morning) lor examination at 1 o'clock. He wu brought out and placed in a room with 40 or 60 other pemons, audi wasxent lor to identity him, w hich 1 did, a* John Heed. He was then taken in the ollice and put to the bar. >lr. Lownden wti? examined, and a Mr. McCoi(]tiodale, who proved he wai in Now Orleans at tho tima the forgeries werecommitt'd. Tin evidence was insufficient?an nppli oation was thvn made by Mr. Bush, tuc lawyer in the case, to have Roe J remanded to give time to send tor other evidence from the United Slates, which was grunted, and need was remanded until tne OUi ol Uotoii r next. There is every probability, therefore, that this cunning forger, who has io long escaped justice, will dually be delivered up under the treaty, and sent back to thi? country for trial. If he was here, how noon he would bo habeas rtrpuastil ulll of the hands of justice. Hfc'n?r Saundfri, sen., the lather of the clerk who Committed the huge lorgeries on (he several bunks ol this city on Thursday last, iu the name of Austin,Wilmerding & Co., bus been found, and lodged in the city piison in hopes (hat he might be utile to communicate something relative to the escape ol his son. Bevel al sovereigns were found in hi? possession, which we undeistaml he says wtri voluntarily given him by his son, but he denies all further knowledge of auy thing connected with the for geries. It is stated that young Saunders did not sail in the Oreat Western, under the name tl Wis. H. Tajlor, of Ohio, but that he wus seen in this city as late as Thursday evening, lit It o'clock, alter thu Western had sailed another statement is, that a cao driver who was uugaged to takn Saunders to the Western, tailed to arirvu ut the wharl in tim" end afterwards drove to Whitehall, whore a bout was engaged, in which he attempted to reach the steamship, but not succeeding, returned to the whaif, and was conveyed iu another direction by the driver, We do not bt'lieve thisktory, but even if it were true, he still could have escaped to Europe the same ullt moon by leaving in the 0 o'clock steamboat for Boston, and taking the stea dship I!ibemia, that sailed trem that city the ensuing day. He would also hnve had an opp'.rtuntiy to change some ol h:s banknotes in Bostou prior to his departure, and investigation will probably lead to such conclusion. A reward of$5000 has been offered for his apprehension, and the lecovery of the money. ?krii>us Affray A man,named John Richards, a carpenter by trade, was so severely injured on Motidoy afternoon by a stone tluown from the hands of amnn, named Daniel Lee, that his life is considered but of short duration. It appears that he wus engaged at work in a house in will street between tnc 71U ana Htti avenues, when some words ensued between two peisonii in the house; and several workmen engaged in opening the 7th avenue; among whom was Lee, went into the building to 8'ethe cause ot the dilliculty, und tli?y were ordered out. On having, Lee picked upu stone and threw it with considerable lorce t liiough the window, hitting Richards on the left side of the head and fracturing his scull. A volley of stones was immediately afterwards showered into the building ly several ot the workmen in the street which lortunatcly injured no other person. Richards was conveyed to the city hospital, w here the operation of tre phinaing was performed by Doctors Mott and Horsfield, but little hope is entertained ol hn recovery. Wo are somewhat surprised to learn that Justice Gilbert, of the Upper l'olice, rt-fused to issue n warrant lor the arrest of Lee as soon ns the cirrumstiinces were made known to him, und that the parties u ere then lore compelled to go belore the Mayor lor thut purpose, thus giving Lee time to prepare for escape. Military Excursions.? During the paBt week a larg^ number of military cumpauies huv e visited various places of resort in the vicinity ot our city lor practice and improvement in target shooting. Thu Brooklyn Light Guards passed n deiightlul day at Fort Lee I'aviliun on Monday, and next week one of our crack independent companies will follow suit. This is one of the most delisrhtlul places lor such amusement within the precinct* ofour city. Fire ?Tho alarm yesterday morning at 6 o'clock proceeded from the burning of a small building in the rear of 22 Ro jsevelt street, ccupied by a number of families, whose furniture w?< partially damaged, and the house slightly injured. Oiigm?carelesness. nn n i? Vxianliji oiiei noon a genteally dressed man, of middle age, fell down in V? wy troet, and ho wag lout.d to be (lead. The coroner wan immediately sent lor, and on marching his pockets, tha following memorandum was lound " Little, 53d Sept , 1P40. $64')?One day after date 1 promise to pay to lVter Crawford six hundred and forty dollais, value received. JOHN URE ? Also, a subpoDiia from the Circuit Court to Peter Cra wford, to attend as a witness on th>j N)th of July, in the c ase ol K-'lly and others against Ure Also,a receipt ot Geo rge Cat tin, No. 4 New street, N?w York, lor a bill oi Ex change for jCISO, drawn oc David Cowan, and dated Ne w York, July 19,1S4U. Marine Court. Sei-t. ft.?Important Decision?miction for Rint?H'illet Is vs. Hritton ?This action was to recover from the tie lemtant one rj-xarter'<< rent tor a house occupied anu rent ed by bis w.le, while ho was absent at sea, he being a ship captain. The defence sought to bo set up was, that thi wile, having no |?owcr ol attorney from her husband, had no authority to rent, anj consequently that he was not liable. It was decided, that in the absence of the husband, whileengaged in the pursuit of hi* lawful calling, the wile wns regaided as the general agent lor the tramaction of all matters nec?tsarv lor her own subsistence and that o his family, and could rent an 1 purchase provisions, tor which the husband was liable. Verdict for the plaintiff, $56 64. Common Plena. Before Judge Ingraham. pt. ftth.?Action for Mney had and rtceived.? If/a. (r. Weil and David H Went vt. Stephen Vail ? In March 1837, when cities were laid out in the wilderness, and speculation was at its highest elevation, the defendant Vail, together with Abraham Suydam, joined in a project which was suddenly to transform a fine farm at Round brook, in New Jersey, into a flourishing village, to be known to the world by the euphonious name of Garrets town, ami lor this purpose they proposed formings Joint stock company, to consist or oq shares, each share to be valued at $-JftO. Tha conditions were, $50 cash down, and a note lor the balance at 6 months. Among tne speculators itrthe Garritstown project, were the plaintiff', who, conjointly, became the purchasers of 1 one rhareon the above conditions, which were complied I with on the 13th March, 1?37, at New Brunswick, the plaintilfn receiving a receipt, which was produced in Com t, and proved oy Mr. J.imes G. Wilson. w!io acted a* agent lor the defendant and Suydam. The project, how- I ever, like hundreds of others, nev*r was carried out, ? thirteen shar? s only having been disposed of out of the * fiOv civ* ami lliifl aflwiti tl'fia Ktftimlil llu Ikf) rtlainlilfd In rccovnr the $50, with Interest, which they had paid down. The counsel lor the plaintiff* presented, in evidence, the subscription paper, from which it appeared that the title to the land wan vested in Vail, until the terms of the purchase had been lully complied with. He alto produced and read the deposition* of Horace Greeley, E*|r. and others, who had hewn gulled in like mnnner, which showed that the project hail fallen thiough; thut the defendant, In Itf-l-i, personally communicated this fact to the drponeuti, and that he h id fold a portion of the ' farm ia January, IHio, to n William I'hyle, Or u contidera ion. The deed or title of Phyle to said portion, wan 1 also produced. Honee 11 Ladd was examined, anil his 1 testimony wen* to show that Vail had, in conversation ' with him, in Hpnng last, told him ot the failure of the speculation, and the tale ol the intended village to Phyle lor farming purposei. Hn these grounds the plaintiffs brought this action to recover the money so paid by < them. s The counsel for the defenco moved for a nonsuit on ? these grounds 1st, That the charge being a special 1 one, could not he supported on goueral grounds, 'id That no evidence ofthe mutuality nl rescindment of con- " tract was exhibited; and, lastly, that 8uydam being a joint participator in the project with Vail, should be joinrid in the present suit. j The Court charged that if the project, in the minds of ihe Jury had fallen entirely through, the plaintiffs had a right to iecovef; that the admission of the defendant, as ' ?hown, was nufhcwnt vidente ol the rescinding of the contract, and that it was not necessary to hRve included Suvdam with the defendant in the present action. The , Jury returned a verdict for the plaintifft in $73 48 t damagea. The counsel for the drfenco took, exception to the * charge ofthe Court. (j E. C. Delavan for the plaintiff-). Peter A. Wilson for defendant. a The Court then adjourned until Wednesday (thia day) ? it io o'c.'ock. Cst-rMDAH kor Wkdnksdat?Nos. 1ft, 28,-J9, 80, liO, 33, !' 13,34, .15, 3)1, 87, fl _ (General Hrsslnns. j. Before R oordrr Tallniadge and Alderman Brady and > Dwill0|i Jamrs It. Wmi-jino. Kiq , District Attorney. Tcksdav, Sept. ftth.? Tiial of Ntgro Burglari.? Ailui h " gged yellow man named Jacob Auileiion, and a daiket || mmtached buck negro called Lewis Gardner, were put i, lpon their trial on a charge ot burglary in the third de free, in entering the store of T 8c J. Hadden, 164 Leonard ? itreet, and stealing tivo half cheat* ol young hyson tea, * tall a cheat ol hyson skin, a cutty box of young hjson , ind threeboxeaof cigars,inall valued at $114 71. Tho. [ nas lladden, one o the firm, testified to the store having h >t.en entered by false keys, and the property stolen. ? atrick Dcaley, of Ifl Orange street, testified that the { icctise I came to his store on the morning ol the 31st oi uly, with a bag containing some tee, which thev wished , lim to purchaie. He retu?e<l, and they then n'?ked him I H o allow them to leare the bag there f?r a few momenti, ' vhictl they did. The beg and content* were after*ardt 1 Inimed by Mr. Hadden and delivered up. A colorcd boy, I ? anted William Robimoo, teitlfled that he taw the ao J i ? > LD. me* two cents. ;u?ed miter (bo "tore of DaiUy with the b i( of tea, and leard them nay that they received $7 from Only for the va. ami hi! wai t? give them >7 more after breakfast, littcer Hiith waite t<-atif1*d that Anderaon admitted that le wan with (Jardiier when he aold the ten, but did not mailt in stealing it. Tun di 'vnc? called no witneaaea, but rlied ii|miii the want of identity of the tea, ai evidence iitttcieiit to prevent a conviction. The Jurv after a abort ihaeiic returned a rurdict of guilty, and tS? Court sen one <1 Gardner, aa an old offender, lor three feara, and \n.lerm,ti for two. Ownru up ? Kdward E P.iwer-i enternd a plea of guilty 0 an nxsuiilt and battery on Robert Aulrewi, of I3S l'tiom|i-ion Mtn et, on the 3'lth of May lait, and lentence vu- deferred until Friday of thia weak. Juhii Owen aUo confeued guilt of an aaaanlt and battery on Stephen Price, and wa? lent to the city prison till he ftth day of October, to itudy antixombatireneaa and neekneuof spirit. Korkkitfd R*coown*t?cr??The name* of the following ptr>on? having o?en called, and not aoawering. their recognizance* were declared forfeited, and ordered to be proiecuted forthwith John D Sweet, oyiterman, indicted lor forgery in the lecond degree, in having in lii< pof?eiiiion a <|<inntity of counterfeit $'i notea of the OtNego t.'ounty Bank, ami alio for Helling $100 of aaid money to Liiciun G 'iHin, for $2J, not appearing, hia recogiiizanceilor (louo, sigm d by John Welnter and Alexander V ate*, were ordered to be prosecuted 8i;i*n Jonki aihin ?Thiii wench, who itanda indicted on three charge* of gtand lirceny, and whole bonda have been fotfeited at three different timed, and new bail obtained, in order to allow her to escape jmtice, waa again railed, And not answering, her bail, iigned by Alexander Yatei and Jamei A- Demnrcit, in the ?um of $3000, waa declared foifeited. How much longer will thii black devil be allowed to eacape jmtice ? Philip Ott and Ueorge dear, for an oaaault and battery on Michael Uailignn, ware alio called aod their bail forfeited. There being no other hunineis ready ,the Court adjourned till this morning at 11 o'clock. Philadelphia. [Correspondence of the Herald.] Philadelphia, Kept. 4, 1843. Mr. Thompson's Sermon, in Portimouth, not a Plagiarism. Mr. Editor? I am reluctant to obtrude myself upon the public, yet I ask permission to say a word, through your columns, in self-delence I was astonished on t iking up your paper of the 1st instant, to find in It a letter from an anonymous correspc ndent in Portsmouth, accusing me of "plagiarism" in a sermon which I recently delivend in that place Wuh those who know me, (though it may be a "great pretension" lor me to say so.) L need take no paius io vindicate myself Irom such a charge. But with the muss of your readers it may be sufficient to at taeh the odium ol dishonesty to the humble name of a stranger. For the present, I must content myself with pronouncing it both ungenerous and unfounded; bitthe publication of the sermon, (which was contemplated before it was preached in P.) will soon enable others to judge for themselves. And if your correspondent will favor me with his name und address, I will send him a copy, which he may compare at his leisure with "the published sermon 01 Mr Dimmick," or ol any one else. I would willingly preach the discourse, without variation, in Mr. D 'h own pulpit, or to a congregation having his aer moil in their hands. I should not hesitate to repeat it in Portsmouth if occasion offered, and surely I would hardly venture to preach a "borrowed" sermon within twenty miles of the place where it wo published. I have already preached this discourse before two churches in New Haven, and before an association ot ministers in Connecticut, and am now ready to subject it to the ordeal of the preas. Excuse, sir, these personal detailr. They seem to be necfssury to defend my character from a wanton and cowardly Hssault. Yours, respectfully, Jos P. Thompson. Naval?The frigate Brandy wine and U. States schooner St. Louis, Commodore Parker commanding, were at Rio on the 20ih July, on their way to the Pacific. Commodore Turner arrived at Rio de Janeiro in the St. Louis to take command of the Brazil squadron, and has hoisted his broad pennant on board (hat magnificent ship, the Columbia. Com. Shubrick, late Commandant, sails in the first merchant vessel for the United States. The U. S. frigate Columbus, by the last accounts, was at TenerifTe on her way to Rio?officers and crew all well. Statistics of Accidents?Deaths, <tec.?The U. S. Gaz-tte, Philadelphia, coutaina the following account of aciden's, &c., which have been chronicled in the papers from January to July. Six hundred and twenty-eight houses and stores burnt, with a p irt of iheir contents, estimated at ihree millions of dollars. Nine hundred and fifty acciden'al (Ir-aths, about one halfdrowced; most of them occured on the Oaio and Mississippi riven, arid on the lakes A portion were emigrants going to the far West. Two hundred and fifteen murders, by guns, pistols, bowie knives, <fcc. Fifty-six bjr fire arms, imprudently handled. Forty-five by clothes taking fire. Forty-six by lightning. Forty* three by falls from horses, upsetting carriages, dec. Eighty six by suicide. fsunday Travkilinq.?A public meeting was held at Bu lingtoii, N J. on Wednesday last far the purpose of taking into consideration the propriety of preventing steamboats from landing passengers at the wharves on the Sabbath day. Several persons addressed the meeting, but on Ine resolution be ng put, it was negatived by an average majority of fifteen to one. The matter was afterwards referred to the Town Council; 10 act as in their judgement they best see fit We understand that the council are not opposed to the boats touching there on Sunday or any other time, and that the meeting was hald in consequence of the night riots, more than with a view 10 prevent the landing of patsengers on the Sabbath. oaira&Ai^riiursxxvci ESTABLISHMENT, V. W. CORNER OK FULTON AND NASSAU 8TS. a *tip|>lip<l with every material DftCMaary for the prompt, uaat, ami economical execution of every description of 303 fraazBsaaia. *u 1)1 m attention is requested to thin establishment, in the atur ince that ample satisfaction will be given?at regards typo;raphy, press-work, and charges?to those who require fancy or lornmon, large or small work cheaply and expeditiously XeCUted. LABELS, CHECKS. WAYBILLS, CIRCULARS. SHOW BILLS, BALL TICKETS. STEAMBOAT BILLS, BILLS OK LADING, It MLROAI) BILLS, BUSINESS CARDS. STAOE BILLS, r ATALOOUES, I'HAMPLKTS, BILL HEADS. HANUBILS, NOTES, FOR THEATRES, CIRCUSES. CONCERTS, MUSEUMS, LE< TURKS, PUBLIC MEETINGS Or any other place* where the hrgent description or printing la enuired. The facilities for thi? work are not equalled by any >nce ill this city, for, beside* the large assortment of aw? wmip This establishment has the 1.AKUE8T PRKSSES IN THE CITY. ireat rams have been taken to jirovide every material that can vissihly be of service, and therefore iwrsons having occaaion for Ibowbills, wifl lind it greatly to tneir advantage to patronite 1 is establishment. 11,7" Any size or form of Bill can be furnished at vary short otice, at any hour, night or day, by applying in the fonrth tory to Joseph Elliott. anlltf DR THOMAS* SPECIFIC PILLS, ^or/he Speedy and Permanent Cure of Gnnorrhita, (fleet, Slrieluret, Seminal IVeokneet, and Diteaiei generally of the. Urethra. rilE class of delicate diseases which theae Tills are ao well * adapted to cure is of too common occurrence,and itappaara hat all classes of society are snhject more or less to fall into ita ri.ilitruant Knap, and, blisted in reputation and borne down in offering in body and mind, fthe victim of its progreaa ia ready o grasp at any tiling tli't offers a reasonable hope of racovciy. Among the m in v medicines and means of relief that are placd before the public unfortunately most of them are preparad y in"ii unacquainted with the nature of the maladies which liey promise to cure, and many of them are ignorant of the owns 01 in<* very medicines tney are unnu it?r that purpose: ml as may bf nuily foremen, the result it that the indmdusl o unlortuiMte as to fall into their hands receives no relief, but ii the contrary, the medicine employed being perhaps quite the pposite oi what is required in his case, and the time that is >st, only tend to fasten the more permanently, and fix iy?n the patient its most lasting and vexatious consequences. If m of the utmost im|H)rtanre r.o the welftre of the sfflicted dividual, that diseases of this -lass be s(?eediJy removed, snd lso tint they be removeJ with proper and safe remedies, otheruse they are sure to result in consequences the most dsngero?s o th?- |?eace and happiness of the patient* bv l^svin* ? i*r?naeut seminal weakness, stricture in the uretnrs. inflammation f the prostrate gUml, or some of the other very serious msialies which invariably follow a badJy treated case of fooorrXipreaaed with ? wik of the ?r??c ****"''T 'I*''mJ ?mf ?afe HI1<1 s|Kwdv cure, to arre?< thi* '**^1' ,.r Tk?? rfrcliulh Pitt * ?t"P to it? r trAdf. the |>ro| ri?< ' ipecific Pill. with I>1''?"r'| 2XT3L12 variety and Wfijjfthor^JJhly ?nd eff*<t?k thr lir.t mm of thi* complaint, and by iiJtli ?f tfnitie i"?? 10 * I""ur' c.tlo'>. reatore the natiant. <>?*? to perlaet anJ "n!f,e Si'ir'iSc Pill* are a vegetable preparation, tomwufd of , ' principle* only, ami are entirely inotioaa to th? moat !r*icM* coMtitaiion. All who have be?? partially or imnerfctly cured by other medicine*, can permanently e?tabli*n tneir ealth by u?in*a bo* or two of thu remedy. , Ainili ?t 79 niton atrcet, corny of Oold; TT Eaat Broaaay, and 27} Broadway, corner of Chambers ttrrti* rnc* *?J0 lm*r

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