Newspaper of The New York Herald, September 7, 1843, Page 1

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TH Vol. IX ?No. '445 ?Whole Mo. 3437. NEW JERSEY RAILROAD AND TRANS ] PORTATION COMPANY 5 NeW YoHk a N It new Ark FARE REDUCED TO TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. 1 From the foot of Courtlamlt street, New York. (Every liny?Sunday! excepted.) Leave* New York. Leaver Newark. v At 8 A.M. At a P.M. At7 A M. At l?P.M. u 9 do. 3 do. 8 do. 4'i do. U do. 4 do. 'J , do. Sjq do. v 5'? do. 10X do. 7? do. o 6H do. 9X do 8 do. / ON SUNDAYS. tl From the foot of Courtlandt street. Leavei New Vork. Leave* Newark. u At SAM tuid 4H P. M. At 12K P. M. and 9* P. M. ti NEW YORK, ELIZABETH TOWN. Leave* New York Leave* Elizabeth Town a At S A.M. At 3 P.M. At 7? A.M. 3* P.M. 9 do. 4 do. 8)4 do. 7 do. j 11 do. 4}i do. 1U do. 9X do. ( 5^4 do. 12 do. The trains for Weitfield, Plaiufield, Roundbrook, Somer- " ville, &c., connect with the 9 A. M., and 4% P. M. ; traiui from New York daily, Sunday! excepted. 81 Fare ketweeu New York aud Elizabeth Town 2J cent*. 111 Fare between do. aud Somerville, 74 cauls. ? NEW YORK AND RAH<VAY. Leaves New York. Leaves Railway. L At > A. M. At 3 P. M. At 7 A. M. At 3 P. M. 9 do. 4 do. 8 do. bjf do. 0 11 do. 4\ do. 9^ do. 9 do. 6ft do. llv do. 0 NEW YORK AND NEW BRUNSWICK. . From foot ol Courtlaiidt street, New Yoik, daily u Leaves New York. Leaves New Brunswick. At ? A. M. At 4 P. M. At 6 A. M. At 11V A.M. ? Stf <k>. do. r. ftl. ' ON SUNDAYS ? Leaves New York. Leaves New Brunswick At 9 A. M. and'tV T. M. At ll>* A M? and P. M. I Fare, except in the Philadelphia train*, betweeu New Yoik _ and New Brunswick. SO cents, 'j Bet ween New York and Kahway, 2S cents. < Passengers who procure their ticket* nt the ticket office, re- , c?ive a ferry ticket gratis. Tickets are received by the con- } ductor only oil the day when purchased. aul9 r v SUMMER ARRANGEMENT ~ NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA KAl -.ItOAD LINE . DIRECT, 1 Via Newark, Nkwbrunswick, Princeton, Trenton, Bordentown Am* Burlinutoj*. | CGffaffl Ijgfea jp."7T. Leaving New York daily from the foot of Courtlaudt st. ? Morning Line at 9 A. M.?Mail Pilot Line at P. M. The Morning Line proceeds to Bordeiitown, from thence by steamboat to Philadelphia. , The Evening Line proceeds direct to Camden (opposite to ' Philadelphia) without change of cars. Passengers will procure- their tickets at the office foot of Courtlaudt street, where a commodious steamboat, will be iu ' readiness, with baggage crates on board. Philadelphia baggage crates are conveyed from city to city, wihout being o|iened by the way Each train is provided with a car in which are apartment* and dressing rooms expressly for the ladies' use. Returning, the lines leave Philadelphia from the foot of Wal- | nut street, by steamboat to Bordeutown at 7 o'clock, A. M. and by railroad from Caindeu, at S o'olock, P. M. i The lines for Baltimore leave Philadelphia at ^}i A. M., and 4 P. M. being a continuation of the lilies from New York. jy28 3m*ec PATERSON RAILROAD! 1 Sm FARE ONLY 25 CENTS. From l'aterson to Jersey City. On and after Monday, 17th July, tne cars will leave I Pati.rsom D?:roT Leave Nf.w York. S A. M. 9 A. M. 11X " 12>tf P M. 4 P. M. 5 " ON SUNDAYS. Leave Tatbriom Duot. Leave New York. 7K A. M. 8X A. M. 5 P. M. 6 P. M. Transportation cars pi daily (Sundays excepted.) Passenger* are advised to be at the Ferry, foot of Courtlaudt street, a few minute* before the stated hours ?f departure jvlS Km FOR BUFFALO AND ALL PARTS OF THE WEST ASSOCIATION PASSAOE OFFICE TO ALBANY. Utica $2 00 Rochester, $3 00 Syracuse, 2 25 Buffalo, 3 SO Oswego, 2 25 Up. and Lower Canada 5 SO By the fast line to Buffalo and found, $8 00. For pasSage apply to m. L. RAY, au24 3m m 93 Barclay street. New York M. S. BALL Ik CO.'S CHARLESTON, SAVANNAH, MILLEDOEV1LLE, MACON, COLUMBUS it FLORIDA rt-W-l package express. IgSa, & CO. will receive Specie, B.?ulTivTf?. Bundlet, Samples, Packages and Cues of Goods, and forward tliein by tlieii Express. to anil from Charleston, Savannah, Milledgeville, Macon, and all the way station* on the Central Railroad. Alio, by the steambou St. Matthews, Captain McNeltr, her regular trips to and from Darieii, Urunsw ick, Si. Mary ?, Black ('reek, Picolatta and 1'alatka. M. S. Ball & Co. nill pay particular attention to the purchase of Good*, collecting and paying Drafts, Note* and Hills, and the transaction of any and all kind* of business, at any of the above ii*med place*. Tliey will also forward C foods and Merchandize to anv part of the United States, which m*v lie wiit to their care, lney i.iteud to nut on teams to ruu regularly through from Macon to Columbus, under their own charge, to carry all kinds ot merchandize, with all reasonable dispatch and safety, on the 1st of October next. Messrs. M. S. B. h Co. having made arrangement* with the Central Railroad Company of Georgia, for an apartment under their own lock, and with a Messenger always in charge, offer suiierior advantages for tlx* prompt and sale conveyance of all valuable article* that may be entrusted to 'heir care. Merchants, nlanters, and other*, desirous of rvceiving their (rood* with prompt dispatch, will liud it advantageous to direct Co them. !C7- Office at Savannah, 153 Bay *treet; Macon, Washington Half; M. S. Ball it Co., Milled geville; Agent at Charle*tonl S. C., A. Head, 9i Ea*t Bay; S. Philhrick. Agent for receiving and forwarding goods and merchandize at Savannah. M. S. B. & <"o. w'll advance cash for all freights ou goods sent to their charge. Charge* no more than the ordinary way of obtaining goods. au26 lin'r NEW ARRANGEMENT. FARE AND FREIGHT REDUCED. mm REGULAR MAIL LINE-FOR ntOVI PENCE AND BOSTON, via, STON ** W iMiiTiiv AND NEWPORT?Composed of the following *ii|>erior steamers, running in connection with the Stoniugtou and Bo*ton and Providence Railroads MASSACHUSETTS, Cant. Comstock. RHODE ISLAND, Capt Thayer. PROVIDENCE. nAKKAUAnSbll'. MOHEOAN. One of which will leave New York daily (Sundays excepted) from Pier No. 1, Battery PUce, N. Hiver, at 5 P. M. A RRAN (JK M EN T 8. The RHODE ISLAND, Captain Thayer, on Monday, and Wednesday for Stouington and Newjiort, and Friday for Btoaiagtoa. Th? MASSACHUSETTS, Captain Comatnck, on Tuetday and Thursday for Stouington, and Saturday for Stoninglou, New|>ort and Providence. Passengers, on the arrival of the ateamera at Stonington, will be immediately forwarded in the splendid and commodious Can of the Railroad to Providetic* and Boston, anil if for Newi>ort will proceed in the ateamer Moliegan (in auperior order) from thence at 6 o'clock the following morning, tliua Hiving them an opportunity of a night's rent on board tliu steamer Maaaachuaetta or Rhode Island, and then breakfaat ou board lit* Moliegan. The above ateamera have been thoroughly equipped and prepared to promote celerity of travel and the comfort and sccunty of paaaeugrrs, and not iurp*eaed by any in the United States. For paaaage or freight, which is taken at very reduced ratea, apply on board, at north aide of pier No. 1, 22 Broadway, or office of Samuel Deveau, freight agent, on the wharf. Tickets for the route anil steamers' bertha ann be aecured on board, or at the office of HAHNDF.N 8t CO., No. 3 Wall street (TT^On and after the 10th inat, freight will not be received and forwarded after half-past 4 P. M. mt Sm* m NEW YORK AND KIN(iST()N STEAM FREIGHT AND PASSAGE LINE. jMM For Kingaton, anc Delaware ami llulaon '.mal?steamboats EMERALD and NORbolwicii. '1 Iw taMKKALD, Captain John Ketcham, will leave New York, foot of Murray street, every Monday and Thursday at 5 o'clock, P M. Will leave Kingston (Ron out landing) every W ednesday and Saturday at 3 o'clock, P. M. The NORWICH, Captain John Samuel>, will leave New York, foot of Warren stru t, every Wednesday and Saturday at 3 o'cjoek, P. M. Will have Kingston (Rondotit lauding) every Tuesday and Friday at 3 o'clock, P. M. EXTRA TI1IPS. The EMERALD w ill leave the foot of Murray street every Sunday morningat 7 o'clock. Returning, leaves Kingston at I o'clock, same day. h or freight or |iaaaag? apply on board, or to WILLIAMSON, BARLOW fc CO., a2l 3in*r |i;i West stnet. MM NEW ARRANGEMENT FOR SHREWSBURY?Long Branch, Sandy IOcein llou*>and Eatontown Landing. The uew Steamboat SHREWSBURY, Captain Jonn r. Corliea. will now run aa follows, on and after Thursdiy, 27th inst leaving New York, from the foot Ml" Robinson street, every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 10 o'clock, A. M. Ami Eatontown Landing ou Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 10 o'clock, A. M. The Shrewsbury will run as above, weather permitting, until further notice. All baggage at the riak of the owners. Fare 37*4 centa. N. B.?Stages will be in attendance to convey passengers from the aforesaid landing places to any part of the county required. , The Shrewsbury will go the inner passage, when practicable. Ml ^ NEWARK AND NEW MIRK.-Far.' fl-?aH.'.. J?nnlv 12)4 Cent* !-The splendid steamer PAS3K^SUK.S Air, after J line Mil, will run as follow* Leisve the foot of Barclay street, New ^ ork, at 10 A. M., and 4 P. M. . Lrnvfi tnc 1001 01 centre street, newiuK, ai 171 " ?' 1 ?"" luid i)< P. M. Tin* ?cco*imod?tion? both for paueuntri luid freight have been j; really improved. Kreiuhl carried at very low nite?. jy Hi Im're .Mlf| 4G\ '?HAN I) KISHINO tXt I KSION TO Till. SKA BASS BANKS?OKh SANDV SLJfcZ. HOOK.?Yhc steamboat 81 PKRIOll, ? *pl John IMM, will l?ive for tin- l-'ishiug Biuik* nil Tueaday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday ol this week, landing ?t Kort Hamilton each way. . I eacock, with In* harpoons will be ou hand. A spleudid Band ol Music i? rnKaxeri. Co tillion and oilier dnitceaou board. Bait lurnisheil on board, gratis. Places of calling?fool ol I h nilwr.t street,at S o'clock: Amos street >4 past I); (anal street ,lj |>asl B; I ath.iriue Kerry, Brooklyn, !?; loot ol Tike atieet 'i |Mt9, and per No. I Battery. ) past 9. On returning at hall past ti oclock, 1 boat will call at the above plares and land PM?euger?, and on these occasions will lie accoinimiued with chainlK'rinaids. Kelreshinents on b' 'aril. Kare for the Excursion 50 emu. Children half price. The Kup-rio.-.will make tier excursion to Harlem every Bun d?> a* umal (4 6l*c \ ' ! E NE NEW Ttf m 1 lirniiifli dinet?From the ite.imboat pier be?ot < ourtlaudt aiiJ Liberty ?trwt?, Sunday excepted. The ute&iiibo&l KNICKERBOt'RKK.Capt. A. P. St. John, ill leave Monday, Wednesday and r riday hvrmngs, at seven 'clock. Steaivboat ROCHESTER, Caj t. A. Houghton, will leave "uesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 7 P. M. At 5 o'clock P. M.?LHiding at Intermediate Place*. Steamboat NOItTH A.VIKKIOA, t\|it. M. 11. 1 niesdell, /ill leave Mouday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday afteroou, at 5 o'clock. Steamboat SOUTH AMERICA, Capt. L. W. Braiuard, sill leave Tuesday, Thursday anil Saturday Evening, at live 'clock. Passengers taking this Line of Boats will invariably arrive in llbauy in ample time to take the Morning Train of Cars for | lie "ast or west. The above boats arc new and substantial, are furnished with eat and elegant State Rooms, and for speed and accommodaions are uurivalled on the Hudson. For Passage or Freight, apply on board, or to P. c. Schultz i t the office on the wharf. st seven o'clock mornino link !L f FOK ALBANY, TROY, and iutermadiafe KaaaadBadK-Laiidincs?From the steamboat pier, at the lot of Barclay street. Breakfast and Dinner on board. Leaves New York?The Empire on Mouday, Wednesday , od Friday. The Troy on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, , t7 A. M. Landing at?Caldwell's, West Point, Newburgh, 11.jinpton, ( oughkeeiisie. Hyde Park, Rhinebyck, U. Hi d llook, Bristol, )atskill, Hudson, Coxsackie and Kinderhook. I The new low pressure steamer KMPl RK, Captain 8. R. Roe, n Wednesday, at 7 o'clock in the morning, Aug. 16. The new low pressure steamer TROY, Captain A. Durham , n Thursday, at 7 o'clock in the morning. Aug 12. For passage, apply at the office, foot ol Barclay street, or on oard. _ i Notice.?All Goods, Freight, Baggage, Bank Bills, Siiecie. , r anv other kind of Property, taken, shipped, or put on hoard he Boats of this Liut'tinust lie at the risk of the owners of such , oods. aulti r 1NDKPENDKNT REGULAR OITOSf1 t^jyC3?TI()N NIGHT LINK FOR ALBANV it iL_UJE.TRI) V?Through Direct, w ithout Landing ? ['lie commodious and substantial steamboat PORTSMOUTH, .'apt. O. House, will leave New Yoik from the foot of Barclay treet, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays; and will leave 1 Uliany and Troy on Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, and rill continue these trips for the season. Freight taken at reduced rates. Apply on board. I . CT.? 1 lie ut'ttl 1143 UIIMI'I Kt'llt* it llioroilgll R*|??tir, 1MIU is i) first rate order. s2 I in * r ?^6* SEVEN O'CLOCK EVEN1NO ETNE ^ -T^jLCgT.ir ALBANY AND TROY direct, without XL_a_fl^^K_laudin:?tin' splendid low pressure steamboat 1WALLOW, Captain A. McLcau, will leave tin'foot of ,'ourtlandt street every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday iveningi, at 7 o'clock, lor Albany direct. The Swallow has a large number of state rooms,and for s|?*d md accommodations is uot surpassed ou the Hudson. and ec LwtOi a* REGULAR OPPOSITION FOR BOSTON, via NKWPOllT AND PROVIX_JCJL DENCE?Fare to Boston $2 50; Dock $1 50; lo charge for Berths. New|iort aud Providence Si; Deck 50 its. 'l'ne fast sailing steamboat. CUltTIS PECK, Captain Win. II. Peck, leaves Catharine Market slip, Kast River, every Monday, Wednesday aud Friday, at 5 o'clock, P. M. For p.issage or freight apply ou board, or to A. D. PEC K, 205 South st. au5 lm*in M STAT K.N ISLANITFKRRY, KOOT WHITEHALL ST.?The steamboats <9 "TATVM ISLANDER and SAMSON will run as follows until further notice ;? Leave New York 8, 9, 10, 12, 2, 3M. 5, 6. Leave Staten Island 8, 9, 10, 12, 2, 4, 5, 6. All goods ship|K'd are lequired to be particularly marked and *re at the risk of the owners thereof. s'i r an. . ROCKAWAY AND NEW YORK mT f> STAGE?Will run as follows on and afker yy*3&l'+ J'W.lnlv 13th inst. Leave Rockaway at 8 A. M., [or New i ork, returning leave the Waverly Iiouse, Broadway, at 3r. M. for Rockaway, by way of South Kerry Passengers lea vine their name* at 310 Pearl street, will lie puuc-. tually called for by HENRY CONKL1N, *n5 1m*r Proprietor NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS. To sail from New York on the 25th and Liverpool on the 13th of each month. fffv il^v h HOM NEW \ ohk. Ship ROSCIl'S, Captain John Collins, 25th July. Slup SIDDONS, Captain A. B. Cobb, 25tli Auiitist. Ship SIIEKIDAN, Captain F. A. Depeyster, 25th Sept Ship CJARR1CK, Captain Win. Skiddy, 25th October. From Livkupooi.. Ship SHEIUDAN, Captain F. A. l)e|ieyster, 13th July. Ship GARKICK, Capt. Win. Skiddy, 13th August. Ship ROSC1U8, Captain John Collins, 13th September. Ship SIDDONS, Captain E. B. Cobb, 13th October. These ships are all of the first class, upwards of 1000 tons, built in the city of New York, w ith such improvements as combine great speed with unusual comfort for passengers. Every care has been taken in the arrangement of their accommodations. The price of passage hence is $75. These ships are commanded by experienced masters, who will make every exertion to give general satisfaction. Neither the captains or owners of the ships will be responsible for any letters, parcels or packages sent by them, unless regular bills of lading are signed therefor. For freight or passage apply to E. K. COLLINS & ( O., 56 South St., New York, or to BROWN, SHIPLEY Sc to., Liverpool. Letters by the packets w ill be charBfcl I2>^ cents i*-r singl sheet : 50 cents per ounce, and newspapers 1 cent each. jy7 ec THE ENW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS. tfk ifS sSiSy New Ship LIVERPOOL, llio tons, ( J?!!' John Eldridge. I {J* New thip QUEEN OK THE WEST. Ji't u.V'Tj" 1250 tons. Philip P. Woodhouse. *' Ship ROCHESTER U0 ton, i| }?{j John Bnttou (| Pith Juue. Ship HOTTINGUER, mm U?n?. }?? SS?,TbwIraBursel), $16thJuly. Those substantial, fast sailing, first class shi|>s, all built in the city of New York, are commanded hy men of e*|wrienee and ability, and will be dispatched punctually on tlie lGth ol each month. Their cabins an- elegant and commodious, and are furnished with w hatever can conduce to the ease and comfort of passen(jers. Neither the captains or owners of these ships will be respmi ible for .my parcels or packages seut by them, uuless regular bills lading are signed therefor. For freight or passage apply to WOODHULL St MINTURN8, 87 South street. New York, or to FIELDEN, BROTHERS St CO., au 9 Liverpool MARSEILLES LINE OF PACKETS. *l?3!v fetfly l'h? undermentioned shi|>s will be regularly dislwtclietl Iroiu hence and faun Marseilles oil the 1st of each month during the year:? From New York. Marseilles. COURIER, Capt, Ditggan. June I. Aug. I TKESCOTT, Capt. Myrick, July I. Sept. I HELLESPONT, < apt. Adams, Aug. I. Oct. I COKIOLANUS, Capt. Ilaile, Sept. 1. Nov. I H'RY THOMPSON,Capl.8ylvester, Oct. I. Dec. I They are all comierwd and cop|>er fastened, and have excellent aecominodationa for passengers. The price of cabin passage will he $100, exclusive of wines and liiinors. (roods addressed to the agents, BOYD Si HINCKEN, will be forwarded free of other charges than those actually |>aid. For freight or passage appb to BOYD & HINCKEN, Agents, No. 9 Tontine Buildings, or S. BROOM St CO., mznr hw r mm mi.n, fifir- BLACK BALL, OR OLD LINE OK LIVKKMurasV''OOL PAI'KKTC?Rrpltr Packet, and sails on JiMUfiiCaTuesday, Ihi' tltli Sept ?Tlx- remarkable l ist sailing new co|i|H-ml packet ship 11 i I1K.HN IA. Captain Boutin;:, will sail iiosi tivel) lift above, ner regular day. Tlie accommodations oi' the Hibernia for cabin, 2d cabin and steerage |n?ni*n will on inspection be found to lie fttti'd out in every way that can add to the comfort ol those embarking for (be old country, who should not Tail to call and examine Iter accommodations liefore paying |<ajisa(je in any other vessel. The price of passage i? very low, for which, and to secure the best berth*, early application should lie made on board, toot of Beekniail street, or to the subscriliers. HOC UK, BROTIIKKH & CO 35 Fulton stmt. next door to the Kit I ton Bank. P. S ?The Hibernia sails from Liverpool on the 7th November. Persona sending for their friends can hare them brought Ml in her. Of in au\ ol thi pit hftlCOMprishlg this in igniticent line, sailing from that port puiictnally on tlie 7th ami l!?tli of evers month. Kor passage apply as above. '1'(if packet ship Cambridge, ("apt. Wm. Barstow, will succeed tl?' Hibernia, a<nd sail for Liverpool on the 1st of October, her regul ir day. *6ec KOK LI V KHI't )OL?Regular picket of the "III '.I Sentemlier.?The splendid new packet ship ASIIAMtttb, BCKTON. buitben 1100 tons, Captain Henry Huttleson. w ill sail a* above, her regular day. flavin* very sit|ierior accommodation* for cabin, second cabin and steerage passengers. |*'rsona intending to embark slunibl make immediate application oil board foot of Maiden lane, or to the subscriber. JOS. McMlRRAY, 100 Pine street, corner of South. The above ship will b? succeeded by the very splendid packet ,hip Stephen Whitney, ("apt. Thompson, burthen i iii" tons, io sail on tlx* 13th September. Persons sending for their friends can have them brought nut by the above ship, or any of the regular packet* sailing from Liverpool oh the 1st, 13th and ?>th ol every month. Drafts will also be given (in sums to suit the convenience ol those wishing to remil money to their friends) on the Provincial Bank of Ireland and all its branches throughout the kingdom, payable at sight. Also, drafts payable in any |>art of Kng Imi, Scotland ann Wales, by applying m ibow. s4r KOK LI V UP<>OL? Packet Ifi'li September.? V|MF?y.Tbe new splendid packet ihi|< QUKF.N OK TIIK. J?M?.W K.ST, Philip W'oodhonse master. 1250 tons. Will sail on her regular day, the 16th Sept. Kor freight or |>assage, having accomodations unequalled for elegance and comfort, applv on board, west side Burling slip, or to WOODHULL Si M1NTURNS, 87 South at. The fine packet ship Rochester, Captain John Britton, Dofl tons, will succeed the Queeu of the West, and sail on her regul,ir day, 1Mb October --lr rOB LONDON?Packet of Nth September. l'h* fast sailing packet ship .VfONTIlK.AL, MIMKb* apt. K. O. Tuiker, will sail on lier regular day, a* ibore. This ship ha* very commodious accominod if ions for cabin, second cabin and steerage pas*cni?ers, who will k taken At rcatoaablf rate*, if early application l?e made on hoard or to W. k J. T. TAP8I OTT, . <3 Peck Slip, comer of South street. Where also passages can In- iik?k?i| from London and Liverpool in any of the imrlcct ships, .md drift* for any amount payable on demand without discount or any oilier ch true, hi all the post towns of LniiUiid, IreUnd, Scotland or Wales, can Iw obtained on lavnraMe term*. a'r 4&4I l*OK III LL. K.NtJLANl)?A tint clan* Amen* aAWycan yesael, now loading, could take a small quantity MlMifed light freight, if jininejUt, application is made to WOODHULL k MINTURNS, *15y ^ South street. mvu' vonv "r"' ?OUM^^UjOT. nWEN PBE8COTT. Pilot* or t*ko* chants nn mnitrr mid W pilot of v?*ri? bound Bedford nvrr N*ntuckrt Sho*l?. Bo*toil, Portsmouth, Portland, Kann*b?*k. wid OTHER POUTS. OIRc *t 1-ryefcShnw'j N?ntic?l utoir, 22a Watrr itrart cnmr DwkmM. Krfnmic* to t anmbw of merchant*, aiuI thf (evrnl Iniurance Comixune* in thii city, Boaton, Md Portland. m? !?"? % W YO YORK, THURSDAY MC BKACON TBOTT1NO COUR8B. MONDAY', Sept 1HH, at \i past J, I*. M. Parte of $200, five for all trotliuu UoM6*?mile li^au, l*?st J in 5. in harness LN TRIES ; 1). Bryant cnteis g. in. Lady Suffolk. 11. Woodruff ?nt?rs b. g Confidence. N. B.?Membert lickfts for the season {6, t) lie had at tlie ticket office of the Course on days of trotting. ??7 <t*r STEAM SHIP NEJPTUT4E. Capfeia SyVrAtiuW William Rollins?To sail on Hatusday. Oc'"M "''* at ' "'clock. I'. M., for ( hurleston. Key West, Havana. Sew Orleaui. and Oal ?I'?veston. Texas This superior |?ckft steamer is now being; overhauled and put in perlu t order for the enson. Her cabins and state rooms aie elegantly furnished, vnd passengers ran lely ?u every comfort and accommodation in her. Kor passage as above, in tic* cabins or steerage, and for light freight and specie for Charleston, apply to J. H.BROWER, s7 (itr 74 Wall it. NEW LINK OF PACKETS KOR L1VKRVr'J? i > POOL?Packet of IGili September.?The new and elegant packet ship QUEEN OK THK WEST, register HW tons, < apt. P. Woodhouse, will sail ou Saturday, Ititll Septeil her, her rcKlll.tr day.?This noble packet, the largest pver built i? the citv of New Y ork, is fitted up w itli every modern improvement that can impart comfort to ii.issenser.i? her cabins are very spacious, and superbly furnished throughout.? Iler between decks are lolly and thoroughly lighted. She has state rooms on deck for second cabin passengers?the wboli affording accommodations superior to any other ship. lVrsou* about to visit the old country will study their interest and comfort by selecting this in lgnilicent ship. Kor pasture earlv application should be made on board loot of Purling slip'west Side, or to W. Si J. T. TAPSCOTT, 43 Peck slip, cor. South st. The Queen of the West will sail from Liverpool on the .'itli ol have them brought nut in Iht, or other first < I us ships, sailing weekly, "ii favorable t'*rms. Drtftt fur any amount, pnyable mi demand, without discount, in all tin- principal towns ol 1.ngland, Ireland, Scotland or VValrs, constantly for sale as above. The Sheridau will succeed tlie Queen of the West, and sail 2,'itli SelD. ",r l^ir- FOR HAVRE?To sail 15th September?The suWf2Mf^ii?rior cooper fastened and copiiered French ship CAjpjUH^ItOl.lNK. ('apt. Legrain. For I'reigh' or for |<assage fur w Inch she lias very comfortable accommod .lions, apply to BOVI) b HINCKKN, No. tt Tontine Buihtings, ?e7 Itr Cornel'Wall and Water stivet. PACKET KOK HAVKK-Second l.nn Tin wjMMrWship ST. NICOLAS, John U. Pell, master, will sail aBKHlCanu the 1st of October. BOYD St HINCKEN, 9 Tontine BuildinKs, ?Hr corner Wall and Water streets. KOll MatXNZAS?First Vessel?Tli- fast sail Mry?y. inn regular packet brig FRANCES ASIIBEY, RanJHakalu'lall, master, hariiiK the greater part of hrr cargo ennyed, and going on board, can vet take the bulk of it$ bills., lor which or passage ( having handsome accommodations, apply on board, at pier 12 E R. or to si Iw*ec JOHN J. TAYLOR, 41 South st. FOR NEW ORLEANS. Louisiana anil KTjRIfVNew York Line?Positively First Regular Packet? JwBtil?iTlie fast sailing packet ship HllNTSVILLE Cant. K. Cornell, will sail as above. For freight or passage having handsome furnished accommodations, apply oil board at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall street, or to E K. COLLINS & CO., 56 South ?t.. Agents in New Orleans, Huliu & Woodruff, who wil promptly forward all goods to their address. The packet ship .MISSISSIPPI, Captain C Ilillard, ?il nrreed the Himtsville. si ec ??& PASSAGE FOR NEW ORLEANS-Posititely firs WKjWtV Packet?The splendid well known fast sailing packe jMaflBfaship DAMASCUS. Captain Bliss, will Positively sai as above, her regular day. '1 his packet has splendid accotninn datious lor cabin, second cabin and steerage passengers. Thosi wishing to secure berths should not fail t* make early applica tiou on board, foot of Joues' lane, or to W. it J. T. TAPSCOTT, 43 Teck slip, au21r comer South street. DISPATCH LINE FOR NEW ORLEANSWfyjfV Regular packet of the lllth Sept.? - lie first class pack' ' sliip VESPASA1 burtb-n MM) tons.Capt Harlow will positively sail as above, her regular day. Iter accommodations for cabin, second cabin and steerage passengers, are not surpassed by any vessel in port. Persons in tending going south should make immediate application on board, at Pine street w harf, or to JOSEPH McMURRAY, sir 100 Pine street, corner of South. FOR SALE?The well known coppered and cop, M?*Vper fastened ship SYLVANtJ H I EN KINS, Sey mour JUHMKamaster, burthen and re^atei 517 ton*, carries mm,win lb*, ol cotton from Mobile, was built in this city by Jamei klortan for Samuel Hicks Si Co. under the inspection of Josi ah Macy?lier apron transom anil loji timbers of live oak au< locust?lias standing anil ruuuinK riRiriiiK in Rood order?ha< lie a masts four years auo?is well adapted for a whaler, hav ill a line roomy deck. Lies at Dover street wharf Her inventor can lie seen at 41 William street. Kor terms, apply to s2 lm*r JONATHAN (HIIH.N kl.(l. M Willism st. L. NEUVILLE, (de Paris) Ladies' Krench Oni Boot mill Shoe manufacturer, mpectfully in forms his customers and thu l.ndixi in 'ha| lie has reini veil to No, 38j Broadway, between White and Walker streets U|i stain. B roili;;iiiiM and Sonlien dans le Keure de Pari*. sfi 31 *ec ~~BOOT AND SHOE STORE. ~ " JOHN READY nn|>ectfully informs his friend; and the public, that he has commenced business in the abon line, at No. 99 Nassau street, wlierr he will thankfully receivi and faithfully execute, all orders he may be favored with on th most reasonable terms for c?sh lv22v HEAl) At VANDEUSEN, ~ SALE AND EXCHANGE STABLE, t.'jO Broadway and 16 Crosby street. ?fl The alnjve Stables now exhibit ei^ht pair of excel l-l^' horses, fresh from the country,fit for well trainei ^J^^^coach horses. Also, a number of well broken aui souiiil simile horses. / ' Kntrance in each street. sfi 'w*r MTO LET?The rear i>art of the store, No. 2111 Broad way, under the American Museum, size of the roon ibout in bv ?i feet; entrance through the hall adjoining or a separate entrance can be had from Broadway, next to tin b-nk, Iwiiik one of the most central situations in til' city, am well lorated for a billiard room, or almost any other husiness.Posse.isiou can In-had immediately. Enquire on thejiremises of L. BUSHNELL. s7 2w*ec Art, FOR SALE OH TO HKNT The I'KE.MIUV 1vTj? MILLS, with II or li run of stones, with all of its ex wtLteusive machinery, situated near two miles from New Hoc belle, Westchester couuly, and Slate of New York, and ii immediate proximity to thu city of New York, now in order fo an extensive business in flour, and can Kriiul anil pack IDA to IJi barrels rich day, or could be most advantaseously employed fo any other purpose which iniuht require extensive water power The reputation for the |>ast 3i years enjoyed by tlie I'reiniun Mills, and their proximity to New York, with the facility o traus|Hirtatioii afforded immediately adjacent, by way of th navigation direct to the Mills from any port, render the facili ties for business unexceptionable to those desiring such an es tablishmeut. Apply to HENRY PARTRIDGE KKLLOGU K?u. New Rochelle, IV. Y., Kellogg's vHie, or 10 stiii/i; WOOD. K?q. M Broad street, New \ ork. New Rochelle, August 23, 1813. au282?v*r MA KOK SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR CtTY PRO PERTY?A small Farm of about sixteen acres, in tin JaAflLhighe?t state of cultivation, situated litit live mi It1* frorr the llobokeu Kerry, leading to the city of New York. Tliii Property has on it all excel lent 2)4 itory dwelling house, JJ hi 2'), built in the most approved style of the State, with outbuild iugs and all other convenience* to mike it suitable for a trades man's residence wishing to Mire from the bustle of the city and yet be able, within an hour's drive, to visit his countini house, as two stages pass the house night and morning. It i also suitable to the market gardner or small farmer, at th same tune taking boarders from the city. But above all this what a situation for a roadside tavern, which it has been know as the St. John's Hall, tieing situated between Hoboken an llackcnsack, embracing the whole of that great tralic that |>ass? those places to the interior of both those states New York an New Jersey. The said Farm will lie sold cheap, the preset proprietor having business in England. N.I).?There is about sil acres of first ntfe pntatoei; al> five acres of buck wheat; a ijuantity of young fruit trees, kc all in a flourishing condition. Application to he made to .M W.M. McPONNELL, Auctioneer, 171 Chatham sUeet, E?' York. If more convenient, a portion of the purchase money may n main on bond and mortgage. nn6 lm*ec < I I Y HO I El ON anil after the 1st of September the charges for board an lodging at this hotel, will be $2 per day or SI2 per week. The subscriber is prepared to make arrangement*, with Ca""ili? and sing le gentlemen for the w int r monilis, uj>ou ica.nnahl terms. CHESTER JENNINGS, s.'i 3t"*re DAY H' AKItlNGi p1 KNTLEMEN taking their meals down town, desirotif < securing day board in a private family, where the table i supplied in the best style, will find it to their advantage, (an far preferable both as regards comfort and respect ibility, to public eating house,) by applying at Ml Fulton street. Tw or three gentlemen can l>e accommodated with lull hoari Terms moderate. s4 Imr nLEASANT AND AIRY ROOMS, with pantries attar I 1 ed, large enough for slcuping rooms, to lie let at ?19 Broai way, lietween Franklin anil White streets. Brt?iifast and ti lurmshed ill the rooms, if reqnired. anW !fw#r H ANDSOME A PA HTM* NTH, with board, may be ha on application at 411 Houston street?the entire secon floor, which i? spacious and in good order A few double an single rooms may also be obtained by applying as above, ti m#r I APARTMENTS TO LET, ill house 42 Lumber street, I single gentlemen or to a small family. se7 >w*m IMANo FORTH AND SIXiJING rpilF, MISSF.S CUMMINU respectfully intimate that thr I re-commence tuition in the above branches on the 1st i September. The Misses ('.'? system of instruction in Singit has lor Its object the full development of the voice after tl Italian metnoa, wime mr- ?..rr lln thus uniting the iilcintKCI of the artificial to the natural; in manner ll<e most pleasing and effective. Ti.km??At the pupil'* maiden ce SlA |?-r quarter? two pupi in on* I'ainilj $2.'>; at the Mi*?e* G.'? re?iaence SIO per quartrr. Residence 1 Warren atreet, corner of Broadway. an26 lm*r TT? ?'IANt? K>RTE IVIAi\I)KACTU V*OU are res|>ectlull> rwjuetted to call at 138 Nassau stpre and ex imine a specimen ol name plate*, made by a new pr cess, which excel all other* in beauty of engraving and ueatiie of finish. Besides, they can he attended much cheaper th? heretoti le, if a large nnmlier it required. Carriage Maker's name plate* alto executed in it style tli can t be turpa*.ed. ^ ^ OKMSBY, 138 Nas.au N. B.?Manufacturer's LaWi, and hugraviug and I'rintit generally promptly executed cheap?very cheap. *1 lin'r DIANO KORTKS KOIl SALfc.?? A lirge and valuali I stock, consisting of from 70 to 8(1 French action piano Ion all new. are offred lor sale aMIl Broadway, near l.tt|>eti*rd t and at the fa? tor>, II \Ve?t Fourteenth street, between the J and 6th avenues. , .... Thit atoek comprise* several very highly finished and sni*! or timed instruments, with 6.'* and 7 octave* of ll?e latest ai most approveil patterns. Kvery piano lorte will l?e warranted for one y*ar, anil will old at price* uiiu*ually low.

. J. WALKKK. N. B.?A variety of good 1'iano Forte* kept exclusively I hire. *u29 lm*i iRK H IRNING, SEPTEMBER 7, SHUARS. " Tliere'a a delight iu amokiug. None but tmokm know." TheaayiiiK is true, wlicii ye kuow wlieiv to find A aejjar that poaae-iaea the qutlity rnre Of enlivening ilw apirita mil cheeriiiK the mind. This luxury always your sure to obtain, If ou SKIXAS in Maideu Laue i?romi'tly you call; 11'you visit him once, , ou will do so again, For he given satisfaction and ''.casure to all. His Sevan are the choicest, most exquisite brands. By a competent agent selected with care, Direct from Havana, by s|>ecial commands, And none in the city with his can compare. ills Colburu, Kigali.u, La Norm is. and dtari, Noriegas, Trabucas, Victories pure ; Trincipe, Ksp*rau/.as, lm)ierial Segars, The !) at in the country tint you can procura. Cassadoras, La Normas, and Congress beside, His Dos Comparieros and exquisite liraud, With others ttiat have coiiij>etition defied, Kor his customers, SKIXAS lias always on hand. Ill order to secure a continuance of the approbation and custom with which SKIXAS has been so long favored, he has engiged a siiecial and com|ieut aifeut in Havana, to select the Tobacco anu suiierintend tl'e linking of all segars tint he imports; consequently, he can warriut all sold by him to lie genuine. His stock on baud is more extensive and superior to that of any similar establishment. Remember the Number, 3 MAIDKN LANK, Howard's Hotel. au23 lm*r SK'JARS TOBACCO, SUGAR St I'OKKKK. CA (tj'tA JUST ltKCKl V ED, of the celebrated Lord ByOUjUUU rou braiul, consisting of Regalias and mediutn sue Segars U2.IHI0 of the Florida brand, do do do. 80,000 Low price Havau is, do do do. 14 11 ties ol Guisa Tobacco. 6 < :?va of t ree Labor St. Ja^o White Sugar. 12 Bags of superior Jo Coffee. Kor sale by A. A. SAMANOS, aul7 Im' r No. 0 Wall st anil 289 Broadway. Mlffy. CIQAlta AND TOBACCO?Jnjt wadwd y recent arrival* <iii importation of choire foreign Sunn*, consisting >>l Luinl; Knot's Irish high toast; high dried Welch, Hardhain s, No. 37, Violet Strasburg, Morion's mixture, Prince Albert do, Co|>enli>lgen, etc; together with a large assortment of domestic *mu lis ol Hit* subscriber's manufacture. Ou li oid a prune lot of Havana Cigars, "Moriega," "La Norma." "Regain." "PaueteU," etc. Cavendish Tobacco of the must approved brands, Turkish, German, (I qualities) Scil'arl.itti, mill Spanish smoking tobaccos; Dutch and Kuglish clay pi|>es;Jon<"s'ltoyal patent matches; cigar cases; lubes; fancy pipes; snuff bones, and every article apiiertaiiiiiii! to a well stocked tobacconist's establishment, for sale at wholesale and ret ill by MKS. U. NKWCOMUK St SON, an 21 lm*ec No. 4 Wall st. HAVANA 8LOAR8?The underlined are receiving |>er ( listoval Colon anil ltapid, All.null Havana Begars of sulierior quality, such as La Norma, Asturi ilia, La Kama. < asiadores, and < oiistilitia, being the most celebrated brands known, and offer them for sale at low prices. GUOSHKIM & SCItKIBK.R, >3 3tec 78 William street. KORKION WINKS AND LIQUOR?i No. 33>j Ann itreet, New Y ork. TilK advertiser has for s*le the following choice importations of the very liest quality, viz:? Old French Brandy in cask aud bottle " Holland Oiu " " " " Hamburgh " " (imported in 1800) " Madeira Wine in Pilies and bottle " Sherry, Muscat, Bordeaut, Marseilles " " Cataloni, Port, (kc. Invalids and others will find pure liquors unadulterated as above?No. 33>4 Anil st. al9 lm*m dkFOT , OF OKNTLKMKN'S KANCY DRKS8 ARTICLES ! READY MADE LINENS, UNDK.ll<>A RMENTS, & rlMIE Subscrilier would call the attention of their pitron A strangers visiting this city, to their rich and exteusii < sortment of stocks, scarfs, cravats, _ gloves, susiienders, p t ' handkerchiefs, dressing gowns, hosiery, lambs wool, me no, silk, cotton, Berlin, buckskin and other under shirts and di iw ers. Their assortment of theabove goods, aud all other articles appertaining to a gentleman's wardrobe are rich, varied, ;tud i extensive, and well worthy the attention of the fashionable community, tliey would particularly recommend their new style of gentlemen's shirts, .m containing many improvements, t Tln? shirts at present manufactured by tin-in, art* cut to suit the t forin of lh? wearer, thereby doing away with the large overplus I odium used under the old system of rutting, and adding not only to the comfort of the wearer, hut to the beauty of the * form. This improvement was so manifest to the Judge* r>f the late fair at the American Institute, that the first premium w.is awarded to the subscribers; their |>ateiilelastic I)race is inrticularly recommended to nil |iersous who have acquired the habit of stooping. They will lie found of immense benefit to persons of sedentary habits, by bracing the shoulders, they strengthen the back, and expand the chest, aud w ill lie found of no nn|>eiliirienl to the free use of the arms. They would also callattcn' tiou to their patent elastic Russia or riding hi lt. Gentlemen may de|iend on being suited with the best ami most fashionable articles, by calling at the old establishment ol PARS ELLS St AOATE, au 20 lm"ec 237 Broadway, comer of Park place. J A ,V1 ES LAC Y DRAPER AND TAILOR, 62 John street, near William, continues to make up Gentlemen's garments of superior workmanship, anil in the most fashionable style, at his usual j jow prices. Gentlemen in want of new and fashionable cloth iug, should call and examine his select stock of goods before purchasing elsew liere. Atrial will be sufficient to convince j the most economical, that for beauty of lit, style of workman ship, and at such extraordinary low prices, this establishment cannot be surpassed by any in the city. ' KT" Gentleman furnishing their own soo?l? K?*o t|??m ' made and trimmed?a perfect lit warranted or the price of the goods returned. au2l Imr TERMS CASH. t WM. T JENNINGS Je CO. DRAPERS AND TAILORS, 231 Broadway, Amenran Hotel, opposite the fountain, solicit attention to all assort1, meut of OTnaonublr guoils, inrliiUiug < loths, Cassuneres. Vniiugs. Sic., iu all the new and various styles, uuder the assurance that the system of " small profits aud <|uick returns," ' which has elicited so liberal a patronage, will be continued, while our arrangements are such a* will enable us to fill all orders in future with promptness. A feature in the establishment, which must commend it to those reuuiring articles for immediate use, is the addition to our stocL, of an assortment of tint quality ready made (iar. menu, consisting of Surtouu, Frocks, - ** Dress Coats, Pantaloons, Vests, Olhce Coats, Travelling Frocks, Dressing Gowns, tic J A choice collection ot 1 Silk and Satin Scarfs. Cravats, Handkerchiefs. Gloves, Suspenders, Hosiery, Under Shirts, Drawers, Muslin Shirts, Collars, itc. 1 At prices which must offej induct menu to purchasers i jyiM 3m*ec 1 rpo TAILOUS.-T. OLIVER wouhl inform the trade that A he Iks removed his office to 33 Maiden lane, w here he offers for sale his late system fir Measuring and Drafti.ig Garments. ' together with the latest KaJl and Wiuter Fashious for iRt l aud 4 ti! lw*m i rPO TAILORS.?STINEMET'S New aud Complete System for Cutting every kind of Fashionable Garment now in vogue, is readv for delivery. As the reputation of the author as a fashionable cutter, is too well known to require newspaper . comment. This system is, with confidence, offered to the U traili?not as a mere theoretical invention (or speculation,) hut as th" most practical anil complete work e\> r published on this subject. It is the result of many years extensive and fashiouaj hi" practice in New Vork and Paris, and will be found to con. tain such ample, plain, and precise instructions, as to enable fin},>mi to cut with case and certainty, all the various at\Irs of garments now Worn, both in Kuro|? anil Amtrlct. [ This *> sli m cannot lie affected by I lie liitiin* changi-i ol fashion, anil is recommended to tin- profession at a ataodaid i' work, and may be obtained of the author, 93 tedar street, ami can lie forwarded to any part of the I'll I fed States. a I eoiWw * r SHIRT MANUFACTOttr, AND (JKN'TLKMKN'S FUHNISHINO STOItK, OQ MAIDK.N LANK.?Just received the latest and inoat , "w approved French pattern shirts. A general aaaiirtinent ol i ihirta, under torments, hosiery, cravats, handkerchiefs, Sic. Sl.irts and under garments made up to order and repaired at short notice. Kor sale, a Counting House l)e?k, with thtee . drawers and book rack. WM. COLLINS. au20 tm*r 8 ( ' KNTLKMUN'S LKFT OKK WAKIHtOBK?Oentle* men or families desirous of converting their h it off wear*' inn apparel into cash, can obtain for the same the highest cash ' price. '! To families and gentlemen iiuittimt the city,or changing rcsi11 dence, having any aU|>?rlltiou* effects to dispose of, w ill liud It '? much to their advantage to send for the subscriber, who will . ttteud tin-ill at their resideucr by appoiulinent. '? H. LF.VKTT. No. 6 John st, New \ ork. 10 A line through the post office, or otherwise, will receive prompt attention. Clothing cleaned, altered and repaired.^ anl7 Imr FOR SALK. ' A T C. II. DAHLINO'S 74,^ Maiden line and 5 Liberty a*- street, the cheapest and hest selected stock of FRKNCH, KN4H.ISH ?t ItKHMAN FANCY UOODS, Consisting of Needles, Combs, d Cutlery, Pins. Druslies, Jewelry, Hooks and Kyes, Perfumery, *s Steel Pens, Plated Thitablvs, Ka/ors, Stro|>s, Jic. le With all other articles included 111 the above line. C. II. I), would state for the Iwnelit of Country {Merchants, Pedlars and others, who ma) please to rail, that all goods in the above line will lie sold on the most favorable terms. aiM tm*r ij l?. M. PEYSER, At 00., W"- "" William street, corner of John street, and 437 Broad* Is way have received, by recent arrivals, an estensive suppl) J1 of the following FANCY UUOD8, which were carefullv sileered by a competent person at Paris, Berlin, Jcc., and which tliey offer lor sale, IU wholesaU and letail, on liberal terms, vi*;? .... BerKn Zephyr and ()ennan Worsted?the moat complete as ortmeut. "a Berlin Kmhroidery Patterns?a choice selection. Cinia?a for iLmhroiilery, of cotton, wonted, linen, iilk. gold i,| and ,, iter, of all widths and i|ualities. ,1 Hi I k Chenille. for inbronlerv, trimming and flower miking P11 ran Twist. <)erm 111, Frencti and Kugliali, plain aud shaded ill skeins, sticks, ami on spools. h loss Silk for Kmbroidery and Fringe makers, iu akeins an<l ? on spools. . 10 Sus|>eiiders, inprhly embroidered, and Suspender Trim tnings. ~ <Jold, Silver and Sti*l Beads, in all Not. Mother of Pearl, Oold, Silver and Steel Purse Ornament!. >1 4rohl and Silver Fringe, Hraid, Conl, Twist, Thread and ?l Tassels. i? Kmbroidery Frames, and a variety of different Fancy Art:? eles. . 1; Artificial Flowers?a choice selection. a Fringes, of cotton worsted and silk, imported and ''omestic Wimps, Taaaela, Buttons and all other kind of trimming. Is jy 17 tin*ee DWILHI.ly.MS No. 2:11 Broadway, opiNMite the Koanlaiu. i u iKrirrd ? l.?ru?- siptlyoi i iioli, which h* offeni ? wholesale, urn! mail, at very nvwaiib prices? Berlin, Zeplur, w??r?t?*?l, (Jeniiaii, car|*-( and shaded Worsted t, hinbroiderv Pattern, a beautiful selection r>- I tnrau of ever} description ?, Wonted, Silk, < otton, Oold and Silver, ICmbroideries, Triir111 mum and Klower mtkniK Chenille ( 'lota and I'urse Silk, plain and shaded at \rtilicial Flowers anil >eathen \ Ktvat variety ofcesl iron Work l>r1umer> , to be sold in |?cka?e* from M to K gross, at vert IK low prices Kancy Note 1'ajiera. Wafer* and Envelopes, together with a large assortment of fancy articles, (Jloves, Work and Si-gar 'I* Cases e? King* and Tassels for pnrses. a>il2 lin'ec^ [h I KATHKIl AND KINDINO ST()KK, W> Spring utreef, 1 > two doors from the corner of Washington street, nesr rj. Clinton Market, New Vork. Constantly on fiand a iteneral aslortment of Sole and Upper Leather, Black Morocco and Kid Skins, with IWr, t'oat and Lambskin Bindings,Shoe Threadi, |? Lasting*, Oallooiis. Ribbons. ttbretiiigs, Linen and Leal hi r LiniiiK*. Boot < onl.mil Webbs, Boot Trees, Lasts, Hammers, Oncers, Awls and Tacks, with a full assortment of Shoeiim,,, ^TjoM th. most approv.^uen^ ^ mtLm [ERA , 1843. 15V THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. IN Purattanca of Uw, I, JOHN" TYLEK, Prenident of the 1 United Stair* of America, do lierrliy declare and make known, tliat Iiuliliojnln will lie held at ttic iliidermaiitioued land otfici'H in I lie Territory ol W iiconiaii, at tin- i>eriod* hereinafter lUwignated, to wit :? At the I tnd office at Mineral Point, coinmencin|[ on Monday, the twenty-third day of October ne*t, for the ili>|KKal of the public land* w itliin the undernu in toned low n?hi|>* and fractional town?hi|w, via Vi.rlli i,l (lie li.Lve tin.- ami W..-I nf til'. Ii.?ril> ' cl iii.ii. ToWtlshlp IrItt, of MllUt* five. North of the base line, and east of the fourth principal meri- I dian, a.id North of t!?* Wismusan river. Fractional towushipe eight and nine, of range on*-. Fractional township tight, including parts of islam!* in see tions eleven, twelve, thirteen, and fourteen, and townships nine of raiiu*' two. Fractional township eight, including part* of inlands in section eig|it?eii, of range three. Fractional township eight, of ranue four. Fractional township eight, including the island in ?ecti<>ii nine, mid townsh'p milt, of range five. Frartion.il tow u.Jiips nine ami ten, of range six. Fractional tewuships nine, ten, and eleven. of range seven. Fraetional townships eleven, of rang*' eight. At lha Land 0(fic< ?' Green Bay, comMQcinion Monde)", , the second day of October next, for the disposal of the public | Unas within th undeimentioned townships, * > wil : North of the base line, and Kast of the fourth principal meri- , dim. Fractional township eleven, ineluding the island, on the 1 north tida of Wiskousan river, "i nan nine. Section* four, five, six, seven, eight, seventeen, eighteen, nineteen, twenty, twenty-eight, twenty-nine, thirty, thirty-one, thirty-two and thirty-three, lying west of the Winnebago lake and Fox river, hi to'vnshii* twenty, of range seventeen. At the Land Office at MilwHiikie. commencing on Mondiv, the sixteenth day of <>ctobcr next, lor the disposal of the public lauds hereinafter designated, viz North of the baae line, and east of the fourth principal uieriill.in. Township ten, of range ten. The west half of the sontliwest quarter of section three, in i tow nsUip I v% o, of rang'* nineteen. twenty-one. The lot number fire of the southwest fractional q Barter of section nine, in township three, of raugc twenty-lbme. The southeast fractional quarter of section 'nineteen, nail the lot* one and two, or northeast fractional quarter of iiectiou thirty, in township two, of range twenty-three. Lauds appropriated by law, for the use of schools, military, or other purpose*, w ill be excluded froin sale. The sale-i w ill each lie kept open for two week* (unless the lauds are sooner disposed of), and no longer; and no private entrie* of laud, in the townahi|>s so offered, will lie admitted, mitil after the expiration of tin- iwo week*. Given under my hand at the City of Washington, this ,1th day of June, Anno Domini, 1B43. JOHN TV I. KM. By the President, Tims. II. BLAKK, Commissioner of the General Land Office. NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS. Every |ier?on entitled to the riijhi of pre-emption 10 any lauds within the limits of the townships above enumerated, is required to establish the same 10 the satisfaction of the Register and Keceivcr of the pro|ier Land Office, and make payment therefor, as soon as practicable alter seeing this notice, and liefore the day appointed lor the commencement of the public sale of the township embracing the tract claimed, above designated; otherwise such claim w ill In- t'orl'i ii. d. THiis H III. A K K. Commissioner of tin- I General I.and Office j2.'? Itaw to OOct r RETRENCHMENT THE OKDER OF THE 1MV. \TOTK'E to Citizens of New rk and Stmngers sojourning in theCity.-G O * I. I N i S 8PI.ENDI 1) DINING ROOMS, Nos. 64 and Nassau .ireet.?The immense patronage w hich has been untended to the subscriber hv a liberal and enlightened community, has enabled hiin to enlarge aud improve his Dining Rooms sons now to accommodate two hundred persons at one tim Whilst making these additions to his favorite aud well I. wn establishment, lie has not been unmindful of the rill hi eomforts and conveniences of his customers?bat ly ventilated the light airy saloon, and detached tl is, so as completely to exclude the effluvia and he.r from Qooking for two or three thousai The walls of the saloou have been emlielli .t elegant and costly Oil Paintings of the schools: marble pillars aud statuary, and I ?[on, Napoleon, Ike. iic. The bill of fare surpas is in any part of the United States?including salmon ol and lOlbs weight, at 18 3-4 cents. |>er plate, with suchovy sauce, butter, bread, ike.; all kinds of roast and boiled meats of the best qualities, with bread ant! vegetables, at ti cents |>er plate: green |ieas, new |Kitatoes, asparagus, strawberries. Pastry of all kinds; turtle and other soups teaks, cho|is, Sl<\ aud one hundred other differeut articles of the choicest description, at prices equally low. Best Java Coffee, green and black Teas, at 3 cents per CiMf ; Chocolate C cents, in:. Die. Attentive and civil waiters are employed, who speak the French, Spanish, German and Dutch languages. Every article is served n p in the neatest iKissible style?and in every department of the establishment competent and experienced overseers are placed. Having visited and being conversant with the mode of business of many of the best conducted Dining Saloons in r.iirojie, \ merica, and'the West Indies, the subscriber feels no hesitation in assuriiiK his fellow citizens that his establishment is inferior to none that he has seen in any portion of his arrangements?besides which, the superior qualities and low prices of every article included iu the Daily Bill of Kare must, in that res|iect alone?exclusive of all other considerations?render it the very ?e nlus ultra of Eating House on this Couttnent. The establishment has been supplied throughout with Croton Water, which passes through unproved nwerers^ tmOihr 0?loon is open every day from t o'clock A. M. until 9 P.M., aud on Sundays from 7 o clock A.M. until 8 jei> 3m* HENRY GOSLING. J. SORIA'S CllKAP DYKING ESTABLIIWMK.NT. MR. SORIA begs leave respectlully to iiiforrn his friands mul the public iu general that owing to die depressed slate of the times, he has reduced his price Zi per cent iwlow the regular charges. Ladies wishing their summer dresses, shawls, Ike. dyed or pressed, will lind it much to their advantage by paying him a visit, tientlemeu will also do well to call witli such articles of wearing ap|Mrel as mav ne>d dyeing or pressiug. All orders will be Punctually attended to, aud tne articles done up iu the best style at Soria s establishment, No. 490 Pearl st. His brauches are at No 157 Bleecker st., No 342 Bowery, and at Vi7 Grand st. Also a branch at 49 Kulton st. Brooklyn, and at Newark, N. J., corner of Broad st, and Washington Place. Merchants can have all kinds of goods d)ed aud put up iu their original forms, aud ou moderate terms. Principal offiee490 Pearl st. au20 3rn'ec INDIA TEA'OGMPANY. 188 ('ANAT. r.TEEKT. NEW YoRK. ENCOUR.\t?EI) by the satisfsction given since the o|<ening of their establishment rn?|iertfully invite the attention of merchants and families to iheir ample stock of superior Teas aud Coffee, purchased fjr cash, by oue of the firm, long exiierieuced in the trade and for years an insjiector of Teas imported by the East India I'ea ? ompauv, of Loudon. They confidently recoil 1 1 ...sis' mm (ItA lull t in Iiualilv Kut a a f It sH> I f . fro 10 to li in cat lit.in via be hail elsewhere. All onSirs prompt! ind faithfully neciitnl. iul lm*m UNITED STATES TEA EMPORIUM, 121 late 129 Chatham street, New York. A.id 116 Kulton street, Brooklyn. Aiir.ni.'V, 318 BU>.CHKH Struct, WHOLKSALK AND RETAIL, Th CANTON TEA COMPANY continue to offer for ml* new and Iraitrant Teas of every variety and style.? Ttii'ir .issortment specially includes tlie most delicious ami imwerful xrmoe* of Oreeu and Black. Every package bears tlie stamp of neatu?sa and elegance, and the Tea* therein are 10 tliorouKhly secured froiti liftlit and air, that their 'juality and power will remain unimpaired in any climate. Their system of prosecuting business is. |ierha|>s, scarcely to lie excelled. It is founded Upon the utmost r-uird to the riulits ol the custoiutt, especially with raped to weight and quality, and uiirivalled cheapness. All purchasers are called upon in return any irtirl's which fail to icive theia the utmost satisfaction, which tlie money will lie cheerfully and promptly refunded. I ouulry merchants, public establishments, heads of families, and shipmasters will tind it a decided advantage to supply themselves from this establishment. <i? tri*ic Java CorfKr. masted every day. Ordeis frmn all |Mrts of the Uuited States eiecuted with promptitude and des|mtch Z r Tin- only warehouse in America for the sale of Hon jaa's celebrated Black Tea. j29 lm*m C.rtSU HA.K DWAKK A I- F R E I) K. I. A (IHAV E. IMPORTER OF HARDWARE AM) CUTLERY, No. 210 (ireenw ich, cornrr Barclay street, IS NOW OPENINO* complete assortment of Roods in Ins line, which he offers at wholesale or retail on the lowest terms that they ran he purchased at in this city A|(ent for < 'wipers' < Jlue. Country merchants will please favor liitn withacall previous to making purchase* au26 lm*r IKON SAKK WAKKHOUHK, IJ9 Wntw street.?The sno1 scriber keen* on ulr i large assortment of new and second hand Iron Sites ,iii(I Money I'bests, with (nod ami secure lock-., a'price* corres|>oiidiiig w ith t'ae <iiiali(v Order* will In* received lo mauulactareiAll kinds, *i?.e* ami dimension*, fire .iml burglar |>n>of safe*. The subscriber is the only |ier*on (in the city) authorised to Si ll or receive order* |or Wilder'* Patent SiIsmander Safe, (which aie now nude dry) and all |?-rsoo* are hereby cautioned wnind making, selling or useing Sales made in imitation of Wilder'* Patent S iLmander, each being equally liable since June 1st, 1(13, and will he proseciiied hy the patentee ti> the elf,'tit of the intent I I ? . SI I. AS t HKRRINO, I3!( Water *t N. II.?Old Sales taken in part payment for Wilder'* Kire Proof Salamander. s4 IwdlUtWec OI'KCTACLKS.-C. II. PKAI'ZUHAK, Oculist and Opti cian, ( anal street, No. U, (remored from Broadvav, 5i4) has Constantly on hand a large assortment of H|iectaclns for liort sighted |*rsons. Also, every kind of Spectacle Olass a ill I in* n1 DM i ( UATM n oIs himself of the ptann of iafon* iiik the Ladies and Gentlemen of New Vork and its vicinities, that lie continue* to Paint Likenesses at the shortest none.-, IhiiIi P.,itr i its oul Miniature*. Those who will favor hi in with their |nttronage, are invited to call and see his specimens of the same, at his nside-ice, 317 Broadway, between W hite and Walker street*. N. B. Mr. (.' also continues to give private lessons to gentlemen. L idies in classes Wednesday and Saturday afternoons. Also. LamU<'i|iei painted to order, from the smallest to the largest size. Those who wi*h to make it their profession, can l? |*-rfected ill all tie* above branches, bv applying as above, j Daguerreotype likenesses correctly copied in water colors in J4 | hours. ?"l# lm*ec j DAINTINOS KOR SAI.K.? \ private collection of Paint i I ing*. tie- property of a connoisseur. These pictures are tew j in number, but good, and it is confidently asserted that thenare two or three of tie' l?-*t picture* in the States in this collection, *o that any gentleman iiesjrons of possessing I'aiutiuu* of | real merit, will do well to an*wer this advertisement. Address : !...> Iin aim Post nil,, , sfi l? r / \Kkl< K OK JKKKKHHON INSI RANCK ( OVII'AN Y Vi -Office 16 VV ill street. Till* oomiomy continue Il??-ir liu mra* of inaarance axiiiiat loaa or damage by Are, on (ooda, wirea unci merchandise, and also on wrti ana their cimoes, against lot. Iiy inland ORS Thomas W. Thorn*, Kliaha Rifl?, Tliomaa T. Woodwl, Benjamin It. Hohaon, John It. Dariaon, Krancia P. Sage, Thomson Price Jowiih Allan, John H. Lee, John P.Moon, Modes Tucker. James r. Holme*, Caleb C. Tuiii*, Jam*** It. Whiting, Anson Baker, Wm. K. Thorn^ Joseph Drake. Irad Ilawley, John 0. Merntt, Thomas Morrell. THOMAS W. THORN K,, President. T HOPK, Secretary. mil jgh BROWN SHKKTINtiS?M hale* i itra hea?y, juat i*?? ed and for aale by auttec PKRSSR k BKOOKS. ?l Liberfv at BLACK OXIUK OK MANOANESK, m IMXO knit P"r cluuers, for sale by ?lec PKRSKfc !k BROOKS, ?l Libeefr at i LD. Prle? Two Teats. lhimnon in Nsw Kh,-^wi. k ?The follow. in? article from the 8t John New Bruna* iclier ?I the 2i inst., shown that r^|>udintii n and defalcation an* not crimen peculiar to the Tinted State*!? Citt arrki*t Importakt Di cloicrk*In t>ur last, we intimated that we nhould to day aire the punlic t .m?-thinx lor r- fl Ttion, in the shape of tnore disrloaurei in our city sflT.u*, and we now prrrea t'o iulft our p'omlta. At a meeting ol the Common Council helil Wat W?t. r hi tuy, u report 'rom the person whom the rommitt>? h*d employ ?-d to brim up the accounts of the Corporation for suveral veara past, w is read, by which it appear*, Irom various document* not heretofore laid beforatha council, that the late Chamberlain, John R. Part How 1?><| , is a de aultrr to the <Jor|>oriition to a Urge amount. Hit Worship 'he Mayor, statad to ilia Board, that ha, s* one ot tut) committee, Uu l been very particular in in* ditchurge of his duty, anil it appeared from the report of competi nt perion, that charge* to an alarming extent had ulrea ly been <)ia overod against tho late City Cbaabarliiin, which, hi* worfhip laid, amounted to upward* of eleven thousand pound* ! and it win thought that the deficiency would amount to a much larger sum whan the account* were all brought up. It will be recollected that a committee of the B*anl o( Aldermen for IbiJ, a Ijuated account! with Mr. Partelow up to that year, when it wti made to appear that tha Corporation owed him ?IO,<M>0 and upward*, an<l he received bonds for that unwunt. But on Wednesday last, the Boird po'aed u resolution to the ?fleet that they would not p iv those bind*, at the Corporation did notowehm any thing when th-y weie given i mid lurther. to notify the la'e Chambe.lnin'* ?ureties. that they would he liable to he called ou lor the amouut that he wan in lienda Here i* a Htatem- nt which appear* nlmoit incredible, ml which the cuuebi will have :o reconcile a* they he?t can. When the I'ommitteoof the late Common Council allowed Mr. r?rtulow'* claims, it wan taiieu tur grant, e l by the public, that thu Corporation itood iudahted to him lor that lui ge amount. and thin was advanced in Jultittcution of iu conduct; but the committee that acknowledged the late Chamheilain'ii claims, did uot know all thing", m ia proved in On: sequel. We are told, however, that all is not yet out?that mow tsmuioito he dlscoveied heioru the Augean itohle will t>e completely cleansed ol its impurities. So t>e it?may it be thorough ami lasting Yellow Fkvkk on ioaro Thk French Stramkk Gomkk ?A St. Augustine letter nl the 28ih August says?There are at this date 42 cases of yellow fever in the French division of the hospital from th? Gomer, which are treated hy the surgeons belonging to that vessel. Every day brings some new cases from this ill-tote*d vessel. &he has lost in all a lieutenant, a purser, an assistant surgeon, and on* or two other officers, with some twenty men, by this dreadful scourge of the tropical climites. JDroijoh r in Chautauqiii Co ?A correspondent of the Wakfield Armis, writing under date of Sept 1st- says, " The drought continues even yet through Chautauque county, especially between the ridge and luke. comprising six towns, situated in theval. ley ol Lake Erie. We are not onlv scorched, but burning. The Thermometer stood in the shade 90: no .signs ol rain: earth literally parched up. No rain .-ince June to wet 2 inchns deep. Corn and potatoes used up?dependent upon the southern country for both. A cloud this morning in the west, about 4 as big as a man's hand" inspired hope, but has like u II the rest, sloped off"lo_ the south, and a hot sun i nuring in upon im again beyond all precedent " intrresti'no Remains ?The editor of the Warsaw (Missouri) Vt-oman ill his last paper, gives an account of a vwit, in company with Colonel Benton and others, to the place where a Mr. Bryant is exhuming the remain? of various animals unknown to the age, among which are those of an nnimal which he styles a Missourium. It is nepr the Pomme da Terre, and about a mile and a half from where Mr. Koch obtained a akeletoa a lew days since These remains err lound embedded in white q-nck sands and from two to ten feet under ground Within the *p*ce of twenty leet square numerous bones and hundreds oi teeth of various shapes and kinds, and evidently belonging to <lill'-rent speciesot animels, have ?een lound, frequently presenting the appearance ot having been buried there. Hut the moat remarkable among tlie-n are the bones ot the aforesaid MinouI nutn We saw, say* the editor, and measured a thighbone, which seems perfect and 111 excellent preset vation. which measures three feet ten and a hall inches in lencih, thirteen and a ha f inches in diameter, at the head, and eight inches in diameter at its smilleft iwrf. We aU?> saw seven feet of a m?k wnich measured twentv-nioe inches in circum* Ifreuce where it was broken oH. Among the great variety of teeih was one which weighed fifteen and a hall pounds Several pieces o( rib bones were lound, which were about an incb and a half thick, and three and a hn'f wide; and instead of Uemg curv? <1 Hit wise like ?h?- ribs ol an ox, were curved edge .vis- The bone* in the best state ? f preservation vet discovered are the vertebra ol the haek. Six of these were found in a h ?1" about three feet square, and Bre perfectly sound, the oblique process ol which measures two leet; the cavity for containing (he spinal marrow is about three inches in diameter From the fact of the remains of so mAnv difl'erI "nt amimlii li intf found t.iir*?lh#?r nriH it'ian r*hitrr*ri ?Kood fx*ing lound wiih them. the opinion seems very naturally to prevail, that they were collected and buried ihere by a race of beings long since extinct. At all events it would seem to be a subject riot unworthy the attention ol the naturalist and geologist The writer s|ieculates as follows concerning this wonder :? " Can it be that a race ol men existed in ages Ion?, long buried in the, deepest oblivion, who held iheje animals in such awe and veneration, that they took the same paim to collect and burv their oones that they did those ol their lathers 1 Not f.tr from where (hoee bones were found is a mound 2'*V IVethigh, with a grave on its very top. This 13 called an Indian's grave. Thi9 whole mound may W one vast se^ulclire ot a mighty people built in close contiguity to the remains ot thoae animals (hey probably wors.hii>i>en " graibftlCJP OSiniRAL FKINTINa ESTABLISHMENT, N. W CORNtn OK FTLTON AND NASSAU STS U suppli^l with f*wv material nucwury for th? |>rimti>L, near, and economical ?ierutinn of every dnrriptMM or !?_?,33OT <30$ I'uhlic mifiilion in rniwtlnl to this establishment, in the a* m mre that ample ?atiaf?ction w ill he given?-a* regard* typo graph y, presn-work, anil charges?to those who require fancy or rominon, large or mull work cheaply ami etpediriourir eieciltetl. la uk. i. h, checks. waybills, circulars. show bills, ball tickets. STEAMBOAT BILLS, BILLS UK LA DINU, IHILltO Al> BILLS, B1 SINKSH < ARP8, ST \ '?E BILLS, CATALOOUKSt PHAMPLKTS, BIl.L HEADS, handbils, notes. hti^I THEATRES. riRCtfSEs'0 CONCERTS. MUSEUMS, LE< Tl'HKM, Pl.'bLIC MEETINOS. Or any oth<*r places win*!* th?* |.irw*?t <l*?rri|>tiun ol urintiify is rentitml. Tic ftrilitin for thi* *??rk ar* not ?iaalled by any orfrn in tlm rity, for, betide* the laru^ w*??rtm?*ut of AM? Q'dflJMU&iTfAL fYPUp Tills establishment lias the l<AKOKHT PKKMES IN THK CITY. (iient itain* have been taken to jirot ide every Biaienal that can possibly be of service, and thnWiim iwrum having occasion for Showbills, will liuil it greatly to tlieir advantage to pntroiuze Ins establishment. frV~Aiiy sire or form of Bill can be furnished at T?ry short notice, at any hour, night or day, by applying in the fourth story to Joseph Elliott. auUtf IIT AT' III EH.?'The largest and most splendid assortment ol ' ? Watches in the city, is to be found at the subscriber's ? \* he is constantly receiving all descriptions of (told anl Silrer Watches, of the newest styles, direct from the msnufac urers, in I.ngland, France, anil Switzerland, lie is enabled to iffera I irger assortment, and at much less prices, at retail, thrta <uy oilier house iu the city, (told watches as low as S20 to %M acli. Watches and jewellery exchanged or bought. All watches war anted to keen good time, or the money returned. VV.iti lies, clocks and jewellery remired in the beat manner, >?4 warranted Innrer than at any other place in the city *i. C. ALLEN, importer of watches and jewellery. * lin'ec Whnlesile and retail. 10 V.r*|| street, up ?'*it? QTOI'KS BOl <>HT ANI? SO 1.0 ON < OMMISSION. ^ and Collections made on all |>arts of the Lnii*l States, by WM. Ik J NO. O'BRIEN, 16 Wall strwt, under tin- Mechanics' Bank. Southern and Western Drafts and Bauk Notes bought and old. il I ft. * ec 'PHIS is to I'orbid all |iersi>ns from harboring or tntsting my I wife MARY TBI LDEOE, under the |?ualtyof the law. as she has left my lied mid hoard without any iust proeo ration, ami I ihlll |my no dphliofhn rnntiactinq. ,?ilt > MA KTIN TKt LP BOB. TO THE LOVKKS OK BUPEttlOK BLACK TKA ? I llow<|i>*'i Millar#.?Th,? eatn-iwly <U!ic,ou? ami onp?rallwl T?m, so HikIiIy cvUhratMl in China an>l K?roj?,-jnw imiMirU'd, i* now lor a.0? at th? Canton T?* l'(iM|MT'i 1 ml IV* h4i?Mitlim?it, l'it Chatham N*w Tori, ""'.'J? Knlton nrwt. Brooklyn?tn Pric* SO I Mich. >"? im r BKKF?By ?t?,de or itiut?r> i"1 Ir'" "from HI*,whirr Ho* <r of John K. Prrtton, r ,)n*litv Thirii \*?"nnr, (ra?> aid*,) in *th rttr city, (or | nut iWiTrrfil at aa low j ran* a? ca*h. JUUau25 Im m ? ?-? VV?lk\T ' WtuMt. land,n, from '? ship Onniil*". foraaK of ^ t'OLLTNS fc CO , _ " Jfi Mouth .matfor ?!? ?y 58 g,? ti ?tn*? ?& ? ' mikl~L'OAL.?IV.CII Orchard Hnl A?IH iwl. ? ?'>t?"C ty will I" "'l'1 h> >?"i*?r at the lollowinit h>w rrj' i J",z JTVVlVSJ; n ; itrf ht.i $4 M ; ? ton l<"? wl',1|,*ie ..,1 .1 ultra ft..in thr l.o?t -w?itil.i *,J "lINTON. jvJJin'r 17< (lr-TUWK'h euru*r of Kiug

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