Newspaper of The New York Herald, September 15, 1843, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated September 15, 1843 Page 2
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!\ K\V ^V ( )KK II KK M.I) New York Krl<l?) HrptrMbrr 15, IH43 'l'lir l*r?' n| ilt it I l:i I E leet Icm. The coming < lection bid* IttiMo he unuHiully eicihhk. and |Mrtiz<ua nrr already warming in the rooteac. The whif r-r'y f(ot into power iu 1840, . a a lair and within oue year, they were by 'be mere |>r<Rre?a of events and fortuitous circumM met?, interiy routed, without a blow struck l>y the enemy?they dissolved like a band of Riieriliaf. The period lor a n?-w election is fast approaching, and n^ver, |>erlmpe, were tlie pro?j>ects ot ilie opposite p?rty s flattering as now. The almost certain tuccesa which will seemingly attend the nominee ot the convention has redoubled the anxiety of each democratic candidate, to secure that nomination ? Tills anxiety exhibits iii-ell * nh ail tlie virulence of "'ivosiuon between the rival candidates, w liicli characterize* actual strife between parties. The only lio|>e of the whiff pur'y is that there apparent dissensions an real, and st>?anguiue are their hopes, that, although iiie name furce has been played oil ai everr < lecnor., from ward meeting* to untiouul conreutious, for years, aud always euded in unanimity hnJ victory, ?<"i each time arc they deceivcdauew. Ii ia uriiu.-imr to nee the gravity with which the parly pillars discuss each probable cause of disunion, .i- if rlh si' ji ni.i- -es oi lhe|>eople cared two struws M iit ilie d.suppointcd hangers-on ot cither cundi l ite, i he strength*;! the party is sufficient, Imm i>r> m iii ap|w,iranc- to enrry .it the nominee, afier .ii!?'wiii? nil tli?> iodiRuaut office-seekers lo back out, wn.JS- hy th<! w?v. rtfy never do. They ure noi oo cold-bloouC~ 83 to remain aloof from the excitement, liurrih and ?r>-? "I election. The whig party at the last election contended lor .? bank to equalize the i xchange, a tarifl, economy, discharge of the government debts, a bankrupt act, ili-iributien of the public lands, and a revenue equal to the exj'enJitnre. They won the fight?what is the result cf nil ilie objects for which they contended ? Nothing remains but the t ari ft, and exchanges nre uniform and low, more so than ever before, and without a bank- The debt, from #7,000,(KHf, has ?woollen to $?28,000,0(K). The re\ rntie is deficit .*10,<M)0,000 The bankrupt act was passed and surdity repealed. Tlie lands distributed and quickly recall rd ; and yd itf same |wople who hurt* done tnese things, are coming before the people on the Bame (in, il on any plea at all. It is clear that with with fich a fatal overthrow of nil in the slripe ol pni.'cipf'' had been conteuded lor, that personal popularity is the only ground of hope lor success.? There arc three gentlemen, H. Clay, J. C. Calhoun, and Mr V\in Bjren, who depend upon thrir personal graees lor success. In such a contest, the old H)Kirtt?man and whole-souled boon companion would be a powerful rival 10 the aristocratic oh) beau. The graceful bachelor, with his English liveries and cologne water, would scarcely contend against the reckless negotiator, who, with "pack" in hand, "blutled Hi" Lord Oambier at Ghent, and the stern southern doctor who administered a bitter pill ti? the diseased country in 1332, would stand a leea chance. However effectual the remeey might have been, ihe children never forget the bitter draught. Personal popularity is, however, not all. The welfare of the |>eopIe has been too severely trifled with during the past few years for thein to permit any experiments that will endanger a reverse when uflnira are getting propperous. The mere choice of a chief inigisirate alone has, however, less to do with the internal welfare of the country, than with its external relations. One great advantage of change of rulers and the privi lege of a free choice, is that from the numerous men of intellect tha< ate most conspicuous, he may b? selected to represent the countryin an emergency, whose "position and abilities best suit the crisis which has arrived. That which threatens this I country now the most nearly from without, is the disposition of Great Briiain to meddle with our internal institutions in regard to slavery. This disposition has been hourly' crowing and uwumin* <? dangerous form, and the time is not far distant when the fate of the country will turn ur>on that <ju#stion and hang upon the firmness and skill of the executive otlicer. iu sucn an nour, trie weuare or (tie country must not be entrusted to the "hazard of the die," nor be entrusted to one who officially instructed a former minister, to ask favors of the British Government on the strength of party claims here. In time of peace and general prosperity, the Presidential chair is comparatively of hut little influence upon aflairs, but it is when danger threatens from without, that the statesman and true patriot is needed at the helm. The prospect is (hut such a person will go in, borne aloft on the suffrages of people who find in the maintenance of present policythesurest guarantee for permanent prosperity. The ATketino iv the 1 'ank.?The anti-Van f!uren Meeting which was called by the four Calhoun deviates to the Syracuse Convention, came off yesterday afternoon in the Park, and it paseed away without any particular convulsion of nature. Iletolutions were passed, of course, denouncing the late Syracuse Convention, and approving of the District 8yitrm ol electing the Delegates to the National Convention We apprehend the display on this oc r asion will uoi prove very disastrous to Mr. Van 1'iirtn, nor much advantage any (if (lie opposing can?iidates. ll may however inspire anil confidfiice in Mr-Van Huren's advocates. There wan nothing in the day's proceedings which called lor a detailed report. Tun Crickkt Match between the St. George's < luh of thiB city and the Toronto Club was continued yesterday. On the day previous the latter were II <ihead in the game. The mnines ol the St. forge"?! Club yesterday yielded them a count of l(M, which the Toronto boys must make up to-day ?' one innings. including the 11 standing to their M-ie ?<q Wednesday. 11 the day 1? pleasant a large concourse will be on the ground to see the ?|>ort. 'rj- The Whigs ol the Filth Congressional T5i?i, ict ol \< w Jersey, held a Convention at Paterson on Wfduc-d iy, and nominated William ]'. ICirney, ? ( h.wx, as their candidate lor Congress The Hon .1 B. Aycrigg, of Hudson, ex M. C. was ai* IKmited a delecaie to the Natiouul Convention at lialtimore, and Gen. Abraham Goodwin, of Pj-saic, the alternate. {fc>-'i he Philadelphia Spirited llie Tunes, thua 151 vee expression to an opinion which we were about lu record when that pa|?er came to hand. " llow can men ex;?ect clerks to be honest, and only give ihem *U?n) per year wage*? Saunders goi 110 more and so turned thief. Il young men are lotted to take hall-price lor their rrrvices, they will naturally rxp-ct the 'run of (he till.' A sad fact." Young Saunders certainly deserved more ; we liive not Been a youth lor a long time with whom we have l>een so favorably impr'tred, as with this S200 eletk. Italian Trot ib, Nirlo's C?Attr>EN.?The neverutiiiK Niblo lias engaged the Italian Company to p?rlorm at hi* tlardrn lor kix nights?they will make ih< ir lift iipi^tirancp thia evening in Donizetti'* oprraol Lucia di Lammermoor. We know the pub.ic will itivr tliem iv /(.oil reception and Niblo hie du?' pruiee lor his exeruonBin nigagiug every novel Iy which pr< scuta ilsv't. The hdrction ot opera* winch they have made, are the liect ever performed. We arc horry their engagement ia ao limited. kbaibt'b encyh-oi-a dia. The twclfih number ol liraudV Kueyclo; n;dia ol Science, Literature and Art, ix jurt puhliahed. The whole work ianow concluded, and will form h t-uprrb volume ol 1,362 P ivat the low price ol the coat of the Er gli?h edition ' eing nearly five time* that *um. This a orient ih? m'rnt uaef ul hooka of the day. For rale at thm office. Ka^hioiawk Akrivii, ?ll'a l-Jxcellency Count ]1.mii?( o, with hiH l.timly, arrived in town yesterday from Washington, and huve taken lodging* at the \VrtT?rlf Honic At . urriAi. or Jacoh ^iiipman.?It will be seen bytlie report of the (rial <>t this mun, charged with finlirzzlfnifnt nnd grand larceny " appropriaiirj; & 15,000 in <cl(l belonging tolho I'"ion Kanlt ol this city to In* own ust', that lie has been acquitted, the .lury returning h^h verdict that " the ollence was not committed within the jurisdiction ol this .Mute, on the ground that the intention to ai>i>rojiriatc the j money to hi* own u* was not conceived until after he had arrived in Philadelphia. It is stated that he iasoon to re.-ume hi? old business of money carrier between this city and Philadelphia, and we understand that a number ol brokers in Wall street li ave agreed ( give him their business. With this cane of Shipman, and the forgeries oi I Saunders and Hagre, and the peculiar eipoee ol the | science of dental Surgery in the trial of Gunning, | vs. Purdell, in the Marine Court, we have had a week calculated to improvtt the knowledge of the j ace in the mysteries of the black art and the science ol aLhemv. as distinguished trom that ol honest I labor. rI lie *'x a initiation of the West Indian, Ragee, and his wile will take place to-day, when it is expected that lull confession will follow, which ? f Miall makr public to-morrow. The case id Burdell will be concluded on Saturday, anil a rich uud racy report will be lound in Suuday morning'* edition. 11 at.ian Opera.?The proprietor of the Garden? Niblo'sof course?with his characteristic laste and judgment, has < ngaged the Italian company, who will give their iirst opera,"Lucia di Lannnerinoor," tonight This is a celebrated production by l)onniy.etti: the t-t??ry of the opera is from Sir Walter Sou's ."liride of Lammermoor." The troup?i<< said to be vrrv complete, huviug no less than twcl*? Itnlian male chorus singers). Signora Majocchi has the reputation of lining a most powerful binder, as alsoSignora Corsiui. Siguors Valtellina and Antoguini sustain the first basso ami tenor. The orchestra hay an extraordinary accession in Signor Kapetti, who is himself an absolute attraction; he is to be the leader. Our old favorite Ciofii, (unequalled, we fearlessly assert, in the world,) is to charm us agaJn by his "magical trombone." Yv^e understand lif is on his way to Europe,and nodoubt will take his place with ihe first musicians of the old world. With every respect for the French opera and French music, both are and will be secondary to the Italian school. Italian music is expressive, tender and pathetic. It seems breat'ned forth by beings who believed in the immortality of happiness ?who had drunk intoxication from ill fir own fervid skies, mid, like the birds, poured fortl i their souls in song, because, they could not help It. From the date of the first Florentine opera, " Euridice," Italian iiiumc has been considered a. divine science, and so we ought to welcome it. Tiik Theatres.?Wallaek's lYolla and T)ii>U Dishall drew u better house last night at the Park, than either of the two previous ones, and indeed it is refreshing to witness his representations. Tonight he appears in a character which he has made wholly lus own?the Brigand Chief; the performances are for his benefit, and such a house may be expected as that wh ich greeted his first appearance. Niblois as prosi>erousas when he contended with less opposition, and his success is well merited. To night lie gives Italian < >pera, and with that company the l!av?ls will aliernate each succeeding night, during the limited engagement which has been made with the Italian troupe. The Kavels, from all appearances, would drawjunti! Christmas. The Chatham, with its improved interior, and the reconstruction of its company, and Burton as an attraction, has become one of the most prosperous of o'ir Theatres. Next week, we hear, H P. Grattan, commences a short engagement, in the eours?* of which he will I play in one of his own pieces?" The Rebel Chief; or, the Irish Kebelhon." Russell's Concert, last night, xvas highly successful, as his Concerts ever are Madame Cubicllau, -trill again delight the town with one of her brillia.nt Concerts *>?? Monday next, irtrs. Sutton remains here for the winter and devotes herself to tuition. Hackett, it is said, is about to retire from the stage and resume his mercantile pursuits. The Seguins are in Huston. Tim French Ojicratic Company are in Philadelphia.? llice, the original Jim Crow, is here, having just returnfd from England. Mapame Sittton.?This talented artiste has now settled in this city, and fixed her residence at <U& Broadway, where she intends giving finislung les sons in singin?. The very tact of a vocaliwt like Madame Sutton settling in this city, and for such a purpose, is an advantage to parents, which they have never before enjoyed, in regard to the tuition of their daughters. Singing is an accomplishment ' which every lady ought to possess ; a lady may be handsome and well educated, but still you always imagine there is something wanted, it this most fascinating and attractive science is neglected.? We know of no plan more likely to improve our musical taste than the presence of such a talented professor as Madame S. Professional singers can impart with much greater facility the style und lin isli, and their pupils advance milch more rapidly ln>m th<* professor's singing with them, and Madame may rest satisfied that Iter time will be fully occupied. See her card in another column. Sionoha Castki.lan.?This favorite; and charniing songstress, gives her first concert since her return from Montreal, Are. on Monday next, at Washington Hull, Broadway. On this occasion she will sing some of her best and most popular songs. The place which she has selected for giving this concert, is an excellent one, being as good for the singer ?s the audience, the voice being heard to great advantage.'F, the ureat violist and pianist, is in Albany, and wb< to have given a concert thero last evening. Siiockin# Kail Road Accidents.?Two serious I rail road accidents bave lately occurred. One bap- I prned on the Hart" ru 1?' oad oil Tuesday evening, I aid resulted in i lie death of the engineer of the locomotive, anil the destruction ot ninny earn The , <>th? r occurred on the Stoniugton road last evening, and resulted in ihe death of 11ti* r Hailing, h Jew j>edlar. <>n jumping from a forward car wink the'train was going at the rate ol hx or s< veil miles an hour, he was thrown down and Ins head falling on the truck, nearly ev ry paused over, and literally crushed it to atoms. He was, of course, instantly killed. Little over two hundred dollars were found on bis person. He lias kit n wife and one child in this city. Tins accident should act us a caution to every one. Let travellers place their lives in the handy of the conductors of the railroads, ;and all will go safe enough. At any rn'e, never jump from a train of cars until it has stopped. ftO- Dr. Lardner is about to return to thin city, and we are about to be favored again with his highly instructive lectures But it appears that during his southern and western tour, he has collected a splendid and novel apparatus, consisting of B'veral hundred telescopic drawings, scenic illustrations, meteorological and other dioramas. He has also obtained the chief share of the property in Russell's i'iuneiarium. With these he will open n saloon for a short lime in tins city, and give a series of popular lectures which will be highly instructive. VI/- I....I !.? >ai.>.n ..r I i, I ..I... sure, bh a public benefactor. Hie lecture* Hre calculated not only to plraac, but to add to our stores ot knowledge. It imhhid tliat Kliclia Whittleaey, Auditor ot the Post OHice Department, resigned Ins oflice becaiiK. C .ptain T>l? r pi.-raigted in making the appointments ( clerk-, and for that purpose removing good and efficient nes (fy- A new Wiag daily new*ia;>er is about to be started in Washington, preparatory to the meeting of ConirreeM. (Kf- The corner atone of a 11 oman Catholic Cathedral ha? been laid at Kingaton, Canada ' CKy lut elllKenir. I'haiih aoainst < k?wi.kt rou Lakcs n* - David Crowley, who n>ceiitly catered ? plea "I guilty to aeveral indictment* lor forgery, was yesterday arraigned ou a charge of kran i larceny, in dealing about four thousand yards of Am./ -mi uioiJfrom biafoim-r e mploy?r?. I>avi?l Valentine and Alexander Cajiellio. Th? braid is valued at a cent ami n half a yard, and is supposed to havo been stolen while lie wa? engsged in experimenting in dying he braid for said gentlemen. The notices in the Herald have thus restored the property to the owners, and expo >ed the rascality ol till* prisouer. He will now be tried lor grand larony, but will previously l>e sentenced to State pi non for the forgeries. Moiiii Bumilamu?The book bindery ol Edward 8Taylor, corner ol Kulton and INussau tlrwta, win entered liy burglars en Wednesday aight, and live brass linliking tool*, a large quarto Bible, bound in niorucc-o, and a ladies writing desk elegantly b.mnd in Turkish morrocco, stolen Irom the premise*. Look out for theso article*, as the burglars have not been arrested. Y*t Anotiikh ?On Wednesday evening the hat nnd cap manufactory of Theodore Jones, on the corner of joth street and Kitst Avenue, was forcibly ontered by tmrglars, and one hundred silk hats in the tough, and twenty-four colored, were stolen. Venders and dealers will therefore bo on their guard to catch tbo rogues, When shall we havo n night patrol i>olicel Ktir youh ?tH on Si<srimot;s Pcdlaxs ? A lellow named James Dunn, (not the one recently sunt to State prison,) entered the dwelling of Augusta kannably, 396 Monroe street,yesterday moniing.on pretenceot peddling Home little not ions that he had ill a basket, and on leaving the house a silver watch valued at $35 whs found missing. Mis. Kannably rent a young man named Augiible l.each, after hiin, whoovertookhim and found the stolen watch in 'his (Misscksion. On being arraigned at the |>olice otlice he said he was a laboring man, and reside,1 at 67 Orange st reet, but ho*v lit' became possessed of the watch was b eyond his knowledge. He was committed to explain to a jury, or serve au apprenticeship at Sing Sing. Sri'sious Monk* John Prince of ralmo's Saloon, Chambers street, whoso eve tenth it i.i supposed was cut lentr xincc,wns most completely duped by one John Smith on Wednesday night. It appears that Prince,while iu the oyster cellar corner of Iteed and Broadway, ottered a fancy l>?x for sale, which one John Smith ol 13ft Kast Broadway, agreed to purchase for ten dollars. The bargain was mrui k ami annul l;u\ u mm a lull dollar mil on ine ira.iillent Giotto Bunk, which un associate sxll was good. Pri nce afterwards ascertained that the nolo was worthless and Smith ? ?< arrested, who Haiti it was all n jekc, for which Ue wun locked up to meditate seriously. Mist?hious Suicid*.?Francis, a German I cabinet maker, who has resided in tho rearol -J-Ji Stanton street, committed suicide on Wednesday by taking arsenic. OB Monday evening ho came home, and hi* wife perceiving a paper that bad contained some kind of medicine laying on tho mantle piece, became suspicious that something was wrong, and being unablo to read, took it out to ascertain its recent contents by enquiring the namo of tho label, when shu was inlormed it was marked poison. On returning to the house she found her hiKbwid vomiting and complaining of excessive thirst, hehaviug in the menntimo swallowed the contents of the paper. Strange as it may appear, a physician was not sent for,and the man continued suffering during the night and as his wile says, drank two pails nn<l a half of water belore morning. In thu morning Or. \V. S. Cooper was railed in, but at too lute au hour to relieve the suicide.? He died al II o'clock on Wednesday morning It has since been ascertained that be purchased three cents worth of nrseuic'at the drug store of Joswph Leggett, 177 Houston street on Tuesday,ol which he said ho wish"dto make a wash for a cancer en his wife's nose. The arse nic was labelled "poison" in English and (iermaa letters, and no blame therefore attaches to the apothecary's clerk who had sold it. The Coroner held an inquest and the jury returned u verdict of "suicide by arsenic administer ed by his own hand." There appear* some mystery iu tbis strange and apparent deliberate suicide, but the deceased being a man of intemperate habits, it is presumed that the poison was taken while he was laboring under partial delirium. Four* Dbhwofii ?A long shore sailor, named Tatrick Warner, who has recently resided with his mother at 862 Water street, was found drowned at the foot ol Kulton street, yesterday morning. He has beeu missing for several days. The Coroner will hold an inquest on hm body.this morning. Horsk Thikk?On the 12th instant, a dark bay horse, valued at f*0, was stolen from the stable ot Wm. Lewis and John Carter, at the foot of Bfith street, and yesterday morning he was offered lor sale to Alexander Paborn. gardener, ol the Third avenue and 134th street. The rogue, who had him in possession, was immediately arrested, but succeeded in making his escape, and when again overtaken, gave the name of Kdward O. Lunt. Ilo was fully committed. Ninr.o's ?More novelty has been produced at this establishment this summer, than a>iy previous one; two English Vaudeville Companies, the Ravels, a French Company, and now the Italian < 'pera, who commence thia evening with a new Opera by Donnizetti, called "Luci di Lnmmermoor." This troupe are said to be very good, and have won golden laurels at the Havana, New OrleanB, Baltimore and Philadelphia, and now perform, lor the first iliuc, nriy c-cius uiiuiit?ati>ii. This arrangement will orowd the Saluon nightly, and neither "the troupe or Niblo will Ik; losers hy the move?a double orchestra has been engaged, which is said to be very excellent; Signor Rapetti is to be the leader, which is sufficient assurance of its organization, and the wonderful trombone player Ciofli, appears lor the first time alter a long absence. The recent French company has created a taste for opera, which the Italians have it in their j>ower to eultivaie to their own advantage. Chatham.?From want of space and other causes we have omitted to mention the Chatham, where Burton is carrying all belore him. To-night he ap| pears in the sterling comedy of *' Woman's Life," and in the farce of "Animal Magnetism." Miss Hallia, the great American danteute, also appears; Miss Howell on the violin, and the famous minstrels bring up the rear. Since its re-opeuing, the Chatham him been nightly filled with audiences ol the most fashionable character, and its career, under the present popular management, bids fair to eclipse in brilliancy the astonishing success ol its palinit st days. Friohtpui. ?Three men, Jos. Cl trk, Jos. Pettes, and Spiare Davis, engag-d in blasting rocks, near the rivtr, at Taunton, Massachusetts, charged a rock, but finding that the water had llowed in, they commenced clearing it out, when ihe powder ignited and exploded, mutilating the arms ol Davis so shockingly that amputation will be necessary, and frightfully mangling the heads and shoulders ol Clark and Pettcs. The recovery of either ol them is doubtful. Tub " Pkew.k" Homicide.?The grand jury ol the Dietrict Court ol ihe United States, sitting at Boston, deem this a ease ol murder, as will apt>ear Irom the following report from u Boston paper:? District Court <>f thk United Status ?The September term of this Court commenced on Tnet day. The grand jury investigated the case ol Calligan, who was recently examined belore one ol the Coininhsioners, and ordered to recognize for the eriMie ill iil!illMl:illffhtiT The iTuml lurv (/>ilnH mi hill, on the ground, it in said,that the oflence conf*iitnt**?l a higher crime than manflanehter, and of which thin Court ha* no jurisdiction. The prisoner will probably be hound over to the Circuit Court. Tkkbiruc Conflagration* at Manilla.?It ih reported hy Captain fyovrtt, of the Belvidere, from ! Manilla, a) Boston, ilia' a severeconflagration broke out at Manilla about ili?* last ol March, which dent royed nix hundred house*, and another on the lnt ol April, which ulso destroyed from sixteen hundred to two thousand house*, making a total tlettrwtton of nearly twenty-five hundtet! Iwiltlingi! Strang*.? It is remarkable i hat the Quern of the West, the finest merchant ctiip afloat, really the Queen in fact as well as in name, doesuot take out a single bale of cotton. She is filled with paw tigers, flour, cheese, lard, Arc. She has the very best accommodations for cabin and steerase passengers. What'stiik mattkr now T ?The correspondent oj the Boston Merchant"1 Exchange, writing from Halifax, tinder date of 7th inst., states that the steamer Hermerleft that place, that day, for Sable Island, to prevent the encroachments of American vessel*. Arrivals at Boston.?There were ninety-one foreign and coastwise arrivals at Boston last Tuesday. Tins so astonished the Bostonians, that they almwt kept the next as a holiday. They never before had such a wind. Maine Election.?This election had resulted in the choice of Anderson, the democratic candidate, for < iovernor, and of a large democratic majority in the Legislature. < It A I.K< )AI> TO ITlUTIKKAIi.? lilt" IKW flltlU inim HoHlan to Fitchburtj in rapidly approachiUK completion. It in noon to be eitenifed to Montreal. What then 1 yj- The whigs of Georgia have nominated the Hon. A. II. Chappel, of Bibb, for the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of the Hon. John Lamar in Congrewt. Jack Farm.?Thi? peroon viaited Ma**achusetta lam Ttienday night, and injured the ripening corn, viututheu, melon*, tec-, rather ncriously. Narliiv Court. Belore Judge Sheiman. H>n. 14.? fiuuniN;', vs. Hurdtll ? ('otiJinued from yetItrAny.?Mamv bcciMN recalled fordefence.? I have lived in Dr. Rurdeli's family for four year* and (even month*; 1 know all the ptiitius in tlii* suit; 1 am now in tbo cm ploy of the plaintiff'. <1?Stute whether yon hiivo obs*rred unynctsol improper Intimacy between tin* plaintiff and Mi d. Durdell? A?I have seen them Kitting together in the sitting ronm, in conversation, none biting pnwnteictpt themselves; I have frequently notifeJ this. H ? At what tint* dr.I you firat noticethia intimacy I A?Since Mr Burdi ll's sickness, about ono year ago. It continued up to tha day prev otu to Mr*. KiudeH'a leu villi; t be house, nl>ont two wncks ???? ?. Iltavescen t!u m together ui late as 11 o'clock ut night: tbo rest ol tbo faintly, servants and children, were iu bwd. One evening I stw them together; the room was dark, it tieing lighted only Ironi the entry lamp; 1 have seen Mrs. Utirdell bring supper herself into the parlor, where they used to fit together; 1 wu ucviir ?nk*il to bring supper 10; I noticed there was a good ileal of feeling between them; Mrrf. Burdell appi -ared very fondot tl??? |ilt?ii?titt"; it ? emto me Irom their conduct toward* each otherthat they had xome love Tor each othrr. Q.?What was the conduct of Mr*. Burdell to her husband during thin time? A -It seemed to methatthere was a coolnessbetween them truDi the time when the pluintilf came to hoard at our house, which was not noticed belore. t'ross examined by plaintiff's counsel?When I Hint went to live at Mrs- BurdeH's there was butonechild, aged about Is month"; the |ilnintilf stayed ut our house Irom the time of Mr. Uurdell's sickness in May, 1 S-t-J, at which timn there were three children, the oldest lour years and three mouths, the youngest only three months old'-1 menu to say that when 1 observed the |>lainlilt and Mrs.Uurdell Hitting no leelingly together, Mr Bui dell uud the children had retired to bed. I never noticed the |iartieH sitting ho together when Mr. Uurdell was present; Mr Iturdell has not eaten his meals with tne family since his sickness; he generally has his meals in his oilier; he told rne that it wa? because Mis. Iturdell e?t meat and Care to his children, against hi* will, snti Uraham food lie would not eat with thcin; since that time ho did not frequent the sitting room Mr. Burdell and the children did not drink teu. and consequently they did not breakfast or appear at th?i evening meal with Mrs. Burdell; 1 have frequently heard Mi". Burdell and Mrs Burdell disputing about the tightness of the children's dress and nature of their fsod, before the plaint ill'i .iiiut there. Mr. Burdfll left the house the last driy ol August, about 1.' o'clock- Mr. Burdell I- ft there in tlio morning, when lie took down hisaigus. lie continued to work at dentistry during the month of August at the house. The supper* I speak of were partskeu oi more than a duzeu times, Mrs Burdell always taking them up, though the servants were about-, I do not know what they did Willi thras? during that time 1 never saw ?nough to make mo believe there had beeu a criminal eonnexion between the na'ties; I only saw them in conversation together. The children had maals three times a day; I never saw them very kmiirrt nr rrvniff Inr fnoi!: Mr.'Burdell wished them to have their meal* regularly, ami nothing more; I do not know wliHt it was that produced the coolness between Mr. Kur<lell anil his wife. Direct resumed?Mr. Burdell and his wife lived passaMy happy, as most folks di>, up to the time ol' Mr. Gun. Ding's coming to bonrd; tho coldness was only noticed alter his coming to the bonse. ; Cross-examination resumed ? Mr. Ruidell did not sleep with his wi'e since hi" recovery. While ho was lick, the plaintiff slept in his bed room on the tloor. MiKOiRiT Collou<ih sworn?I have lived as o servant iu Mr. BurdeU's house Tor the past two years and a halt VOn a Sunday evening lust winter, I had been out walking, and on reaching the house, 1 saw Mrs llurdell and Mr. Gunning in the kitchen; he took hold ol her hands; when I first law them they were not together. Mrs. Durdellj was standing at the stove, and Uun ning came up to her and took hold of her ; I felt ashamed of her, as tho young man in my company knew sho was not Gunning's wile; I then went up Broadway, and when 1 retumet Mrs Burdell waa closing the window shutters. I often saw them together, since the sickness of Mr. Burdell, sitting alone, sometimes pretty near, and sometimes lar apart; on onejoccasion when 1 went in, Mr. Gunning ran out very quickly by the back door; 1 did think tliat there was something between them; Mr. Gunning would rife when 1 went into the room, and appear confused, as il he did not wish me to see him; this was when they were sitting close to one another; I have seei I1 hem standing up against the bureau ill the room, very close; uilttn I entered Gunning ran out very avick; they have been together at night when all the family were a bed. During this time, Mrs. Burdell paid greater attention to Gunning than to her husband, fed him better, and attended to his clothes more particularly; when Mrs. Burdell was gone to Brooklyn, Gunning slept in her bed ; she was absent at Brooklyn fiom one week alter Mr Burdell went to the country, until he returned, though she used to come over almost everyday to visit the house, there being no" one living there unless Gunning and the two female set vauts; | heard Mrs Burdell say that she changed lier dress, bo cause it did not suit the taste of Gunning. Cross examined-? Counsel'asks witness to show how close Mrs. Burdell and Uutming stood on the winter Sunday 'night. She does so, taking toil ol Counsel's hand, anil drawing him up to her in a most loving manner. (Roars of laughter ) Q Was there any thing between them 1 A?No, tliey were too close to have any thing between thorn; I did not stand long at the window; Mr. Burdell at th? same moment entered the house; I left the house, because. I did not like the confusion, and the conduct of Mrs. Burdell; there were three bed-room* in the house; Guuniug occupied the one between Mr. Burdell'* and his wife's; the children slept with Mr. Burdell. o'dmfcn, hwoiii.? I was a servant in Dr. Burdell's lamily for the past two years up to last February. I have seen Mrs. Burdell and dunning sitting tog< ther in her room oftentimes. alone, as late as ten o'clock?at such times the would order ut to htd. I have seen them in the basomtnt, to close Hint tiny touched. This was on the wiuter Sunday evening mentioned by the last witness. \V>-were together, and left because we were ashamed of the position Stn. HindiII was in. When we came back Mrs. Rurdell was closing the window shutters. While Mrs. Burdell was at Brooklyn Bhe ordered her bed to be prepared for Mr. Gunning. She took over sufficient clothing and necessary furniture for herself and children. She used to come over to the city from Brooklyn very often, ns she told me, to the house in Chambers st. Mr. Gunning called on Mrs. Burdell at Brooklyn several times. After Gunning came to hoard, Mrs Burdell was oftener with him than with her husband. She was very much chaugel, and appeared much fonder of Gunning than her husbaml. When Mr. Burdell retained, a separate bed was prepared for hira Mrs. Burdell told mo Gunning found fault w ith her dress?it did not fit her to suit his taste. When dunning wanted to have some flannel shirts made, Mrs. Burdell brought li'm down one of her own, and there was a jske, and a laugh between them, on the shortness of the shirt. (Laughter.) The intimacy between .Mrs. Burdell and Guuning was a subject of Ire. rjuent conversation with the servants. We all thought it improper. When Mr. Durdvll returned lrom the country I noticed that thenieeting between him and his wile was very cool on her part. Cross-examined I never kn?w Mrs. Burdell to sit tip liter than nine o'clock before Mr. Gunning came there. She went to bed ho early because it was her husband's wish. Mrs. Bunlell told me that because Mr. Gunning's room was so very close and small, that she thought he would be more comfortable in her bed, und accordingly directed it to be prepared lor him. I can't say that 1 have eeu any thing criminal between tlu-m. I told Mr. Bur. dell all I knew, in August last, and made an affidavit to that effect. Karly last winter I told Mr. Burdell, that Mr. Cunning would toon hare his (Mr. B.'s) wifr away. Gun. ning wanted me to go before a lawyer, and deny what 1 swore to, but I refused. One day, after dinner, Mrs. Burdell was sitiing behind the door, on a chair,and as I entered the room I saw (tunning walk hurriedly away ftom hrr. and go to the muatlc piece and take from it the imellint' bottle, which he used Maiiv Hi rt h*w, recalled-After Mr. Burdell returned from the country, Mrs. Burdell ordered me to make a se. pa rate bed tor her husband?they never slept tsntbsr nice, though they had done so before he went away. When Mr. Burdell was not prawnt, 1 would sometime* ask money lor household pun>oses from Oiiuniug. Aim to Wison sworn?I am a dentist, ami am acquainted with the parties: the defendant han taken his ineal/i nt my house since his illness; Mrs. Burdcll did not attend to her husband, while I was present. I propose,I that a nurse be hired, as there appeared to he no person there to take proper Care of him: the tied on which he lav wns offensive, and I recommended that it be changed; it was so changed, and a straw cot substituted; the palliasse was very hard ; when defendant got well, he went first to Brooklyn, and then I took him to my house; oftei that we went to Herkimer 011 his way to Ohio: I observed that Mrs. Burdell appeared very indifferent to her husband at the time his lile was despaired of; when I told her so, she did not seem to worry herself any; in last August 1 was called in together with Dr. William B'iniell, tu he a witness to a conversation hetween the latter and Omitting, when some pretty hard worrls passed, the defendant beiiuf present; it was utiout property, a mortgage, hut they got ?o warm,blackguarding each other,that e did not ani<>unt to much Another time, in the sunic, the defendant requested me to go with him to see O'iPiiing, who being a violent man,he was afraid that h" might lay hands on him; at that interview the defendant showed Oun ning a printed copy, which he said was evidence of his Improper conduct with his wife; Omitting was annoyed at my presence, and told ine that I had better li ok out for myself; I told him my opinion of the business was,that it was a dirty business. Otinning told Buidell that he (Btirdell) wished to make it appearthat he had left his witu, hut the contrary was the truth, for hta wife had left him; he further toil Mr. Burdcll that he was a liar, and a damned liar, and il he was not so mean he would tear Itim to pieces. While Mr. Bnrdell was boarding with me be told mo that he was alraid to get his food at his own house, lest ha shnuM be poisoned by them; theipiarrel between Or. Harvey nurdell and Otinning was in consequence of Mr. Burdell charging htm with having swindied his brother out of his furniture, notes, &c When the laige mahogany bedstead and hair mattrass was changed, a straw palliasse was substituted against my wish, but Mrs U'irdell said,that already there had been expense enough, ami she wutild not buy n hair mattrnss, even though her husband desired it 1 offered her a hair mattrnss, but it wns refuted; I have been told by Mrs. Rurdell that my presence was not welcome. The cross examination of this witness ulicitcd nothing material. Adjourned to Saturday next at three o'clock. Wksikrn IIaii.ruau.?-The receipt# ol produceut Boston over tins road are on the increase. ?" una run tiik r.noinm IM.t. |H?. Pawrngern f?,4C!? >7,7?o . Freight, he ft,78ft 4,fti3 TOIHI. . , $14,in* Vet tliih i? nothing. We were told the other duy l?y a Huston merchant that he saw more produce fl"at by Hyde Pnrk on the Hudson in one day last xpring th in pawed nvr the Wrft-rn Railroad in nil last y^nr. Think of this. OrJ> Hi* Man'stv tlie Kiiir of Wirtembers: Iihh h|> pointed Ferdinand li. HraiiiiH, Kn^ , CobhuI Oeueral i of Wirtemlmrg, in the United ^tutcis ol Arnencu, to < rende in Haltiaiorc. I <;< nt-riil * Before Itocoider Tallaudge and Aldermen Dunning auJ Martin. J?mh H. Wmitiku, Em|. District Attorney. Tui'Huutr, B?>pt. 14 ? Trfal of Jacob Shipmun?The trial ol thi* man tor embezzlement nud grand l?rc?ny, in uiing f 14,000 in gold entru?ted to liim by the Union Bdnk of thil city, to deliver to the United Bute* miut at Philadelphia, wui continued tliii morning. The evidence iilihliahoit in tk* Herald ol \ ei-tefduv. D&tid On ah am, b(r] summed up (or the accused in nn argument evincing the legal knowledge and eloquence which has elevated him to the lwghot rank in UU profeslion ai a criminal lawyer. The Du i hict Attchijuv followed with an aide and lorciblii reply, in which he reviewed the argument! of thu couustl of accused with hie accustomed Aral ond ability Tlir IIkcouiieh proceeded;then to charge the Jury, in which he reviewed tuo law bearing upon the several l>oint? in the case as presented by the counsvl. He alutcd that the decisions lelative to the legal definition of the applicability of the term* "cleik or survant" were very contradictory, and cited several instances from Roscoe, 3U7, in which it wai held that a hook-keeper of a firm who had been employed by one of the lit m to deposit money be longing to him individually, was as legally responsible an if acting for the firm. That u travelling agent to receive money was deemed to he a servant in the eyeof the law. Concluding, he charged that Shlpman, in the tranaction, wai acting in the character of a clerk or servant of the bank, lie said that the tuct ol embezzlement must be fully and clwarly proved, and also that it was in t only appropriated to the useol the person charged with the ol fence, but the Iclonioni intent must be ihown at the time oftaking. lie then reviewed tho testimony showing Hint the evidence of appropriation was from the contentions of the accused alone, and charged that the reception was strong evidenced the mal-appropi lation, if sustained by confirming testimony. The declarations of accused, lie said, were to be received as evidence by the Jury. If thu Jury, from the testimony, were potisficd of the oppropiiation, the i|uestiou that followed was, was it his intention to mal appropriate the money at the time he received it.? If not, there wns no jurisdiction in this State over the offence, as the intent must be apparent to the Jury before he left the State. The Recorder then alluded to the evidence as given on the trial by several witnesses, who entrusted the accused with large sums of moueyto deliver in Philadelphia on the same day that he ia charged with appropriating the use of the money ef the Union Bank, which were delivered, and drew as conclusion, that if it had been his intention to have acted dishonestly when hu received the money, lie would piobably have applied the whole of the funds to his own use. He >U*e commented ?n the previous good character of accused as an argument from which the Jury might draw an inference that the intent to use the funds was not engendered until after his arrival in Philadelphia. On concluding, he commented with much force upon the violation of faith of public n>?*n?a in ill** ilidnnaitinn nf mmifv mtnifitpil to thi ir rRr*? and dwelt with energy upon tho character I'thu ollencn allowed against accused in a general and moral point of view. Tho counsel Tor accused took eiceptions to that part of tho charge deeming Shipman " thu clerk or servant ol the bank," at the time the offence was committed, which exception was noted by thecourt. ' The jury retired nbout a quarter after lour oVlock, and after a few minutes, the Court sent an officer to inform them that they were about to take n recess. The oIhcer returned aa an answer, that the jury had not agreed. The Court then took a recesa until 6 o'clock. . Kvbninii Skssiopi. At fi o'clock, the Court assembled, and at n quarter after 6 thu Court requested an officer to ascertain if they lind agreed, and if not, lor them to come into Court. The jury came in, and being seated, the following conference ensued Clcrk.? Gentlemen of the jury, have you agreed upon your verdict ? Knat ma* Townsenp?No. Kf.cordkk.?Is the disagreement arising from any misunderstanding or doubt, as regards the evidence, or the iwinta of law in the caae. If so, the Court may be enabled to aid the jury. Foreman.?There are some pelnta of doubt among us, on which I have suggested to the jury, it would be advisable to obtain the opinion of the Court* Rkcobdkr.?It is very desirable that you rhould agree upon some verdict, as a decision in the case is ef interest to thecommunity, as well a?the?accused, and a mutual concession of opinion should be adopted, where it does not conflict with eonacientious scruples. It there any disagreement relative to the fact* on the law in the case 7 Foreman.?I think if the jury will retire and conclude upon a set of questions to theCourt, we may bo able to eiimo ?n tnmn rnnrlnsinti afterwards, or if the* will do pute me to mako the enquiry, perhaps w* can agree. Another Juror?(To the Foreman)?You know the disagreement, ond bad bettor ask the question at once. Forkma*?There U a question as regards the law in the case relative to tho elfect of the confession of the accused?whether if we receivo part of his confession we are hound to take the whole. Ukcordkr?Thelaw is definite on that point?if you take any part of the confession, you must adopt the whole. Asotiikr Juror?I would like to inquire as to the jurisdiction ef this Court in the case. Recorder?As wo have charged before, the Court thinks that the jury must be satisfied of the intent on tha part of the accused to embezzle the funds while in this State, or else it is not within our jurisdiction. If the in tent was not engendered before he arrived in Philadel phia, he can only be punished there for the offence. Tho Jury then retired and in at>out fifteen minutes n rap w.ia heard at the inside of their door, and the officer in. ?orm?<l tUa Court tlmt the Jury had agreed. The audieuce was us silent as the crave, and as we cast our eyes about, the countenance of Shipman ns well ms his counsel assumed a cheerful aspect, as though they anticipated a favorablo result. The District Attorney was not present. The Jury being seated, all eyes were directed towoidi them, and perfect silence prevailed withaut the aid of High Constanstable Hays to cry "order." The Clkre?Gentlemen of the Jury, have you agreed upon your verdict? Fokkm?m?We have agreed that the offence of which the accused is charged waa not committed within the jurisdiction of this State., Cl em.?Gentlemen of the Jury, do you And the ac. cuieri not guilty, and do you so till agree? A JiTauR.?Perhaps this is not the way that some of the persons wish their verdict rendered. Tin Court ?The verdict ia tantamount to an ocquittol ? let it be so recorded. Shipman then left the court, in cempany with his relatives, nu l has thus escaped a series of service at Sing Sing He ia thus acquitted of all criminal charge, as there is no statute in Pennsylvania making the offence n crime, anil the only lemedy the Union Bank now has is by civil suit to obtain judgment lor the amount, which will avail little, as he has no means to pay. They may attempt, by civil suit, to recover from the parties in Philadelphia the amount of the money that he paid to them at the time the funds win in his possession. The Court then adjourned till this morning at eleven o'clock, when the triul ol the girl Ksima Richardson and the man John Wallaee, for an assault and battery with intent to kill, by (tabbing 1). C. Decker, in Broadway, will be the first called up. Cherokee Ejection.?Rom is elected principal chief and Lowry assistant principal chief, |?y a majority of !?23 votes, receiving nearly two thirds ol the wholr mi tuber ol the votes polled. National committee 13 Rops|men, 3 Vann men. Council 18 Ross men, 1H Vann men. On joint ballot 31 Robs men, and II Vann men.?Ark a* sat InUltigmrer. Miirokr.?It is reported that a man named Laurent RoafdDe. for muny yearn in the employ of the Messrs Lacoste, father and son, wus killed hy runaWMV near Kavoii I'll illnmou. tome teil 111 ilea below tlie city. It ie said hit) body wan cut into pieees. and tlie pieces distributed in different place*. ?N. U Courier of the 6th. 0tj- AM ERIC JIN MUSEUM.- EthlopMB Serenadeis' Benefit! ?Grand Entertainment, the n?st ever witnessed The Screnoders appear in several new nn<t annwni; chn racters, songs, ha fc' , nnil will be accompanied by tinsplendid Moving Diorama, Mr. Brower, Mias A lair, Celeste, Stc. 4ic. The Keej# Mermaid can also be seen without extra charge. Such attractions are seldom found for a " quarter." (KJ- LAST PAY BUT ONE OF THE GIANT Oirl at I'eale's Museum. Iter tienellt taken place to-morrow, when will he presented so extraordinary a curiosity that peoele will hardly believe their own eye-sight.? The wildest imagination never ilreamt ol the existence of any thing so infinitely beyond the hound* of |?is*ihility. Tom Thumbwill not bear mentioning in the same bre;ii h The lovera of the marvcllotis will have an opportunity of gratifying thair peculiar penchant. 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On ihe notes are dated Dec. H,|8lO,im(] marked with the initial A. C. M I'liilmlilj Inn (luzctU, Styt. 11. Firk at the U. Cantunkmknt.?A lire broke I out, from eome unknown cause, at the old U, S. i Barracks, south of the city, utaliout I o'clock yes- 1 terduy It had made great progress before the alarm was given. The whole northern range of building* together with the bin ill ones adjacent, wan consumed. These barracks have not been occupied by troops for seine years, except by a small nuard for their preservation. Sergeant Fall, who is very ill, wan removed from the premises with some difliculty. ?Huviinnah Hrpubliran, Si/>t. 10. 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It* Mp<narious compound a are highly cemmvnded by those v, ho have tested its superior qualities, and thoso who would avail themselves o! its beneficial effects, are iuvited to cali at I'halon's Hair Dressing Saloon. 314 Broadway, and witness its superior efficacy by a personal trial, so that those who have been imp sed upon by the many humbugs ot thedav. have an onpoitunity of getting their money worth The repnt"tion heretofore attached to foreign cosmetics for shaving is fast giving way to this beautiful praparation. It is the cheapest and most desirable luxury for self shaving gentlemen imaginable, richly perfumed and put up in hand some jar* at three and five shillings. Sold wholesale and retail bv the inventor, E PIimIoii, 214 Broadway, opposite St. Paul's; also by Brainard & Co. IS Court street, Boston. Cl7- THK TAIL OK THF. COMET IS FORTY DKJ grees ju length but so thin in substance Mint star* arc visibin through it. The marvellous tales of some nostrum monSrn ar? nearly ns lon^, and quite as easily wen through. The proprietor of Oldridge's llulm ol Columbia, kown" , has no occasion to resort to any Munchausen stories in ot m <ler to attract public attention. The reputation of the arirlo it established throughout the civilized world, anil cettillcatcs of it* astonishing effects in renewing an<l beautifying the hair, continue to Tow in from all quarter* as (lit y huvedone lor tliu last -.'5 years. I In mini pra may floureh tor n time, but no preparation that i* not genuine will stand tho test of a quarter of a century. It ii neeesdi y to get the only true from 21 CourtUndt st. Qrj- " MISTAKES A HE OFTEN FATAL." Many suppose a alight cough to he a trifle, and nettled it. It pa-'sra into consumption, and death follows. Slictman'M Cough Lozenge* would have speedily remedied the evil. Worms kill thousand*, and the cause if not suspected. Pr. Sherman's Worm Lozenge* aru a specific. Trifle not ?it worms tiro suspected, resort at once to this relehratwd worm destroyer. Dr. Sherman's warehouse is HW Na?san street. Agents?11 o Broadway; 10 Astor llou<e, Hudson;t|98 Bowery J7? Ea?t Broadway; ffi William ?t., and 89 Chestnut it, Philadelphia. wj- IMPORTANT TO THE UNFOHTUVATE- A cnreguarantecd?Tb? College <<( Medicine and Phaimiicy ol the city ot New Vork, eatabliahsd for th? mpprpiiltn of quackery, ia now prepared to treat nil di?ea*i * of a private nature, and offer to all those afflicted Willi theae distressing maladies advantage* not to be met with at any other institution in tin* country,either pnMic or private. From the conatant correspondence, mid from private arrangementa between the members of ihe College and the most eminent professor* ol the Medical Inatitutiona of Europe, all the Improvement* in the treatment of thrsn diseases are forwarde4 to them long before they reach the majority of the medical pro'essions of this country. With such advantage*, togeiher with the combined skill ol the lira medical men of till* conntry, the College feel Rotiified that the good work which they have undertaken, "the suppreaaion of quackery," will receive tlin patronage it deserve* from that portion of the public requiring their ervicea. Terma for advice, and all medicines, $ft. N. B. Patient* living at a distance, by stating their ill* ra*e explicitly in writing, giving ull aymptovii, together with the treatment they received elsewhere, if any, can obtain a cheat containing all medicine*, with lull directions for uae, with a guarantee ol cure, by addarsaing the agent of the College, post paid, enclosing fft. By order. W. S. Rlt.HARDHON, Agent. Office anil Consulting Rooms of the College, 1?7 Nassau atrcet {??- DR. TAYLOR'S BALSAM OK" LIVERWoRP i* now made at -Ml Spring street, by the original pioprin tor, farmerly 376 Bowery, where nil person* in want of the only true article mint be*ureof getting it. TAYLOR, M. 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