Newspaper of The New York Herald, September 19, 1843, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated September 19, 1843 Page 2
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ISKW YOKK HEUM-D !trW'lork, Tnrntii). September 1H, |k| ( Kitl?n lli mlil Wr sliiiII probably i-sue an Extra Hkrai.d this morning, containing sixteen days later new* Irom Europe We shall do so if the Caledonia reached Boston any time yesterday. The Inrreaae off BuMiifm? proapeetft off (lie " t'omilry?Importinff off Advert '1 lie eity iB now lull ol strangers Irom ali paits of the I nion, coming not ?nly to enjoy the Inn and feel the bracing influence ol northern breezes, but tohpend their cash for the luxuries and necessaries, in the purchase of which, for some years, great ecouomy has been observed. A great change has taken l>lace in these parts since the hotels were filled with 'drummers" looking alter those who owed back bills, as well as those who comt* to buy more. Myriads ot business firms have gone down and as many have started into lile?all contending lor the new business, which is to grow in a lull, deep stream, (lowing forward like the Nile, giving wealth to all within its reach. Now who, are within its reach 1 When the country merchant now arrives in the city, he comes independent, with the cash in his pocket. He has no "old account," which draws him with resistless lorce to those with whom he dealt belore There is no gentlemanly "drummer" to take him by the button to show him the city and ' stick him" lor a bill. Kvery thing is changed. The bankrupt law, like a big sponge, has been drawn over the lace of former transactions. A bounteous Providence has rewarded the industrious with prolific < roj*s?th'1 teeming fields have added immensely to the wealth of our great and glerious republic?'lie inllux of money has given the farmers a little profit, and their payments have accumulated small sums in the pockets of the dealers, who now seek to buy small assortments cl goods cheap and to the best advantage. A new era in afiairs has commenced?old associations are broken uf?economy is the word. The keen, calculating, Hnd intelligent storekeeper is getting ready lor a trip eastward?sits belore his door in the cool of the evening?puts his finger to his forehead, perha|>s he takes a cigar ana minks iij on Ins trip?" Where can 1 buy what I want to the best advantage 1 There is Boston, New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore. I have got so much cash, and mutt get as; many goods as l<ossible. Let me take a look at the Herald and see what the advertisements are." He then reads, cogitates, and concludes. Now he forms part ol the fertilizing stream of business which is to advance the wealth ot those who advertise that which they have to seil Not only advertise it; but do so in a manner which will cause it to be seen and understood. The Herald is present in every city, town and village, of the vast Union, and he whose wares are there set forth, receives a visit from the buyer on his visit to this great and moving city. The commerce of the whole country is now to take a new start. Small beginning? will come to great results. li is the sagacious and far sighted who will get.into the right current, and be borne aloft to fortune.The tide of prosperity will flow lor ward stead lly, and without danger of reflux. It is the broad stream of actual wealth. Politicians may snarl and wrangle, as it the world were coming to an end, or " the country to be ruined" by their disapi>ointment in getting a fat office. Heed them not. The persevering, the industrious and frugal, will get the prize There is no big bank to envelope andcimh them in its huge folds. The speculators may kick up a row, and proclaim luin never to lustily, they cannot get possession ot the earnings of industry. Like giant Despair, they may grin and gnash their teeth, but they cannot escape from "Doubting Castle," which the bank has become since confidence was destroyed. Attend to your business, be industrious, eschew politics, sell cheap and advertise freely, and your fortune is made. Qtj- As the session ot Congress approaches, a movement becomes visible for the appointment ot officers. We have already mentioned the names ol two gentlemen who are likely to contest the Speakership, and now we hear ol candidates for the Clerkship. The last name mentioned is that of Gen. W. L D Ewing, Auditor of Public Accounts of Illinois Geueral Ewing is extensively and favorably known throughout the western States. He was Cleik of tup riouse 01 ivepreseiiiaiives uuriug tne laM ?*?sion ot the State Legislature, and discharged the duties ot that laborious office with extraordinary facility. He has represented Illinois in the U. S. Senate, and has been Speaker of the Illinois Legislature for several sessions It is a downward progress certainly, from the U. S. Senate to the Clerkship of the State House of Representatives. The " Niggers" ok Jamaica ?We commend to the attention of those people whose love lor the nigger exceeds their regard for their paler comilexloned brethren, the account we give to-day of the iire at Kingston, Jamaica. It is painfully evident that the emancipated negro is lazy and revengeful, and kiv< n to plunder- That the exttnsive confla gration which we have described was the work ot a negro there is no doubt, and that the emancipated negroes nlused to aid the sufferers, that they exhibited a moody gratification at the work ot destruction during its progress, and that they plundered the p-opertv of those who were made liouseless and des" titute by the horrible agency of the negro, is also a? well established. There was a demoniac gratifica" Hon observable amongst the negroes, mixed with fiend like malice; and the spirit that possessed thern was subsequently exhibited in their preparation to destroy those other parts of the town which had been saved trom destruction. What a specta. cle does this present. Their purpose is suspected to be,to drive the white inhibitantslrom that place,that the blacks mav possess and govern it exclusively. It a war of extermination, then, has been begun by the emaucii>ated slaves on the white occupants of .1 ainaica, it may convey a lessen replete with instruction to our own country, aud we charge our fellow citizens, both of the North and of the South, to |>onder it well. It will be seen by our Sessions report that ".Mike" Walsh has been twice convicted to-day, and that on two other indictments again.?t him the jury could not agree. IJe may, therefore, be again tried on those indictments Four trials in one day issgood day's work for any man. He was con victed last week on one indictment lor libel, making three cases on which he now awaits sentence, and some six or eight other indictments remain to be tried. * !jCJ- Lord William Paulet, of the British army, and Hon. J. M. Noel, of Canada, Judge Kustis, ol New (>rlean!?, and the Hon. John Barney, of Baltimore, (last Iromthe discharge of his gallant duties at Newport,) are at the Astor House; the Hon. J '' dark, (M C ) of Chenango, in this State, is at tne Franklin; Gen. Hernandez, ol Florida, is at the City Hotel. itJ- Major J. H Nickerson, formerly ol the City Hotel, Providence, It. | t i?ut more recently ol Barnum'* Hotel, Baltimore, and now of the new, large and elegant hotel at CUarleston, South Carolina, is at the Astor. We understand he is making purchases for his new establishment, and is also engaging servants and waiters to the number ol 70 or 80 He intends to show the South Carolinians how an hotel should be kept. Political Chanobs ?It is said that Mr. Greene's commission as postmaster, has gone on to Boston. Mr. Gordon is to be Con*ul nt R io. Qcy- Mr. Robert Tyler haw accepted the compliment of ? public dinner, tendered him by n large number ol natives and triendx of Ireland, residing m Philadelphia and its vicinity ConairL to I'aha ? Sailed Irorn Baltimore, in the lUne, tor l'ara, Oharle* Ji uk* Smith, Couaul I<r he United State* at Para. I flrr and Buaplrloua Coiidnct of the 1*?"P???. We have intelligence from Kingston, Jamaica, by the ship Hellespont, Capt. Ellis, who will accept our tlinnks (or hi-kin.?n s?, tothe 1st of September, wlnc't i iir.nii ic.tv* ?o 11 :he particulars of a most d^sirdrti *> liir, which ha* Uul a large part of Kingston in as-hes. The lire t>rok'? out on Saturday, the 2?>th of August, at James's Foundry, Hnd in consequence of a want of water and of bad management, thr great devastation took place which is described in the accounts which we have received. A letter ad'ressed to Capt. Hudson, ol the barque Clara and Emma, lying in Falmouth, thus describes the work ot destruction which was going on : ? I bt g to inform vou that Kingston is on fire Irom end to end. The fire commenced at a foundry ut the east end: a steady breeze is blowing, which causes it to spread in all directions. Every person is in great alarm. It is not known as yet whether the tire is an act of incendiarism or accident. A letter written in Sp&nishlTown, at 10 o'clock on Saturday night, says:? Several chapels have been destroyed, with oilier buildings, and by thin lime 1 fear the church ; but 1 believe the custom bouse and those |>rinoi|>aI public office*, with the commercial part of the town, are yet sate Private letters by pot-t mention that the Wesleyan Chapel and 60 houses were binned in Kingston, and (he fire was still rafting. From a diagram oi the Burnl District, published in the Jamaica Times.it seems that the (ire commenced in the foundry near the harbor, and was communicated lo the buildings on Foster, Gold, Maine, Kosemary, and Burn lane, and Hanover sireei, in one direction, and Harbor street, Water lane, Thomas and Lombard streets in another.? There was also great destruction in Sutton, East Queen and Law streets, where they are intersected by Mark lane, Duke street, John's lane, liast street and George's lane, and the houses destroyed are spoken of as numbering 500 or 600. The conduct of the negroes during this calamity was exceedingly suspicious. The Jamaica Des patch of the 1st inst. says: ? The city was vigilantly guarded by patroles of horse und loot last night and the night before, a precaution rendered necessary from the suspicious conduct of a certain i<ortion of the lower orders, who, independent ot nn insolent bearing, have p'oved themselves the most daring and villainous thieves. Again?If there were any real causes (or the apathy ol the negroes during the late fire, beyond their ridiculous talk about killing iheir pigs aiid taxing them, we bhould most assuredly have iieard of ihem?but no, beyond the depravity of mind they have shown we are at a loss for any reason.? Were it not for a total waut ol gratitude and good feeling, they should have at least remembered past benefits received?they should, amongst others, have recollected the conduct pursued towards them, when they wtre visited so dreadfully with the scarlet lever?had they the slightest heart, they would have looked bsck to innumerable benefits received by their class, at the different periods when they have required aid and assistance. A postscript of the same Journal con'ains the following i? Despatch Office, ) Thursday, Hall past 9 P. M. > We arc sorry to have it in our power to record, at this late hour of night, one oi the most daring threats at further destruction of our city by fire, by a black man. named John Morce, who was immediately apprehended and lodged in the cage for examination. The house on which he fixed to accomplish this diabolical design, is the residence ot a Mr. Forsyth. This evidently proves an intention on the part ol the mobocracy to evacuate the city of the more rational portion of its inhabitants. The "mobocracy" here mentioned is the "nigger" population?the emancipated slaves. The Jamaica Times of the 30th August, says: ? It was rumored yesterday evening that certain threats hud been made to burn down the Roman Catholic Chapel in High llolborn street, where Mr. Murphy officiates, and that a g<'*rd of iiolice had been 111 consequence stuioned outside lor its protection. A reward of ?1(KH) has been offered lor the discovery aud conviction of the incendiary, and va rious rewards for the recovery of properly stolen during the fire. The plundering was very great. Gates' Fcnkral ? The last earthly tribute of respect to the memory of the lamented commedian Gates, was paid yesterday by a large concourse of his friends. The excessive beat of the weather prevented munyfrom joining in the process-ion that otherwise would have joined, but still the mournful train Mas very lengthy aud of the most respectable order After the funeral thev met the Chatham Company, and decided upon taking immediate measures for eroding over the remains of their deceased professional brother a neat cenotaph, the funds to be raised by themselves, without recourse to the resources of the relatives of the deceased. Success to the nudertaktng. Saunders, the Great Fosoer.?The c-fticers sent in quest of Saunders to Quebec, received every lacility, and wer? making their searches with diligence, and encouragement from the Quebec police, when his arrest was couveyed to them through the columns ol thisjou i.nl Agriculture ? Ex-President Van Buren is to be at the Sta'e Agricultural Fair. Sj^cimens Irom his cabbage garden are to be exhibited. The Weather.?Yesterday was an almost insuf. fcrable d iy. There is only one consolation in it? that is, it will benefit ripening vegetation. Frost is an unwelcome visiter now a-days. Winter,n JIiver.s ?All the western rivers are in fine condition No better time lor travelling and freighting. Orj- The razor-strop man was fined #10 in Baltimore, the other day, lor plyir.g his vocation. Oh ! the Goths. OC#- Fanny Kemble Butler has a volume of poems in the press, which will be published early in October. Ocj- The proprietors of Sanderson's Hotel, Philadelphia, deny that a Mr. A. C. McKeen.of Mobile, Alabama, has been robbed there of 31,000, or of any other sum Perhaps it was an " Ing" affair, for the purpose of cheating some unfortunate creditors, or delaying the payinen' of their demands The British Indians, who were recently exhibited in this city, have rec?ntiy been engaged in a singular canoe race at Camden, near Pniladelphia. The race was between the four Indians arid a squaw in a canoe, against five white men in a row-boat, on the Delaware river There were nearly ten thousand spectators of this novel sight. The boat selected to compete with the Indians was the gig of the brig Star, and she was manned by fire sturdy, stalwart men. The canoe used by the Indians is made of plates of tin, e*actlv in the form ol the canoes used by them in lh* " far West," and he rodt upon the water like a cork. The Indians wi re dressed in their native costume, with large black plumes of feathers as a head dress, and were certainly in appearance most picturesque. About five mii.mes past five they started. They went aide by side for some distance, the gig having a slight advantage. As soon, however, as they round..A tu... ?u i ru uir uii uini iruuii, uir iiiumiic I'liwru tliern, and (it being a flocd tide) their light and fragile hark came in some lengths ahead of the gig. They were loudly cheered at the result, and shortly after appeared in the Camden garden, where they gave an exhibition of the war dance. (K>- The Concert which Mr. Wallace announced for Thursday night will not take place before MonI d<iy next, as will be seen by th advertisement. Castkm.an's Conckrt ?We never saw su^li a brilliant and such a tremendous audience as that which crowded into Cabld'an's Concert Room last ninht i'-vf rv Hent W?? on Unlrit t?j nhfain a rhair for a ticket was an impog ibility. One dollar extra was paid for many a one. Late pro* Havana ?Th< Hellespont living* Havana papers to the M h mutant No news in tliem ot nourK*. Censorship i-hute out every thin* that w? . are for. ?h)aki>s fbom Staten Inland ?Yesterday the Richmond County Guards, under the command of Captain Tompkins, brother ot the late Governor Tompkins, paid a visit to the Independent Tompkins' Bluea of this city, in return lor the pretence of thai excellent company at the l?tt* celebration of the unniversary of the birthday of that distinguished m<?n, whose memory in still fresh in tne hearts ot liis countrymen On landing at the Battery, they were recrivcd by the Independent Tompkins' Blues, under Captain Baxter, with the usual compliments, and immediately proceeded to the City Hal), where they were received by the Mayor and Common Council. After the review the nrma were stacked, and the two companies were marched to the Governor's room to rest, while a cold collation was being prepared in tb* supper room. After some minutes so appropriately passed, the corp fell in, and marched to the supper room, where stood his Honor thp Mayor, Alderman Purdy, and oilier members of the Council, ladle in hand, who tilled bumbers of excellent punch from (he "brimming bowl," and passed them roui d to their gallant guests. Many toasts were given, and heartily responded to, his Honor seasoning each in his usually happy style. Thence they visited the Arsenal and were highly pleased with ilieir reception by Commissary General Storms. Alter examining the trophies deposited there, they marched to the Apollo, where an excellent dinner hid been prepared for them by their gallant escort. There were seveial guests present, among whom we noticed Colonel lnman of the 2221 Regiment, and Colonel Hitchcock of the 146th Regiment at Staten Island, with other officers belonging to the Stafl'aol both Regiments. The dinner passed otl as a soldier's mees should always do, in harmony aud good order. Each toasted ilie other, and all toasted the ladies?bum|>ers were drained to the past, the present and the future, until the bugle souuded the retreat. On their route to the steamboat bo:h companies halted at the hotel of Lieutenant French of the Independents, where iliey pledged the stirrupcup, and tirank success to their generous host. The rival bands, Dodworth's and the New York Brass Band, were out, and alternately performed some beautiful pieces of m\rtial music during the march and at the dinner. The Richmond Guard left at six o'clock, well pleased with the reception they had met with on their visit to New York. Nihlo's ?Last night the garden was crowded, a convincing proof of the attractive merits of the new pantomime ol the " 55 Misfortunes of Fortunatus " This piece is worthy of being seen a dozen times; the tricks, dances, dresses, and the inimitable act ing of Gabriel Ravel, would cram an establishment twice the size. Tc-night the family play their favorite ballet pantomime of the "Four Lovers," with incidental dancing by the eminent professors Madame Leon and Mons. Martin. Tight Kope by the great iope performer, Charles Winther, in hi3 astonishing summersets Instrumental Concert by the garden band, &c. To morrow the Italian company give their second opera of " Norma," for the purpose of introducing the new candidate for musical fame, Si. nora Ester Corsini, as Norma, Siguora Majoclii, with the two rival prima donnas. We may cxpect a treat ol a very superior order. The Miisstrv ls' Bjgkefit at the Chatham.? The corps of Ethiopian minstrels, who have been performing at the Chatham since its opening, are acknowledged to be the best that ever attempt'd this line of performance. They take their benefit to-night, und produce on the occasion an almost endless variety of novelties, for the details of which we must refer to the bill*. The sterling play of the Lady of Liyons, with Jamison, Andrews, Mesdames Jones and Herring in the principal characters, The Dumb Belle, dances, songs, &c , form particular features. Yankee Hill was triumphantly successful last night, and from his popularity, the improvement.in the character of the audience, end the perfection evinced in the " getting up and producing" his pei* ces?all give eminent promise of eminent success in bis engagement. He appears ogain to-morrow. arrfst of ouspected z'iratks ?we understand that officer J5 P. P.irker yesterday arrested two men, tirfin d Collyer and WltKM, on laqMClfll t>l having being concerned in the recent Atrocious murder and robbery on board the shooner Sarah Laviria. We are not aware of the circumstances that led to their arrest They were committed to i>ris >n, and will probably be examined today ? Unchain Adv. ' cpt lfl Murders and Mormonism ? Rockwell, charged wiih the attempt to murder Ex-Governor Boggs, has been remanded bark to J <ckson Co., in consequence of some informality in the change of the venue. The Western fcxpositor says no evidence to warrant an nidictment has been produced ngainst him.? St. Louis Ilej>orter, Sept. 8. City Intelligence. Poi ice ?Another day if respite among thieve* and other offenders, as only two ol the former class were caught and cagid. What is going to haj pen? Who It t Thompson loose? Can any body tell? Rowmn Match.?The rowing match which came oft at Hoboken last evening terminated in lavor of tl;e ' Hen ry Stark," rowed by Stephen Roberts, against the "Highland Mary," rowed by Sidney Dorlon ; the latter was fifty yards ahead, but owing to Mr. Dorlon's being se'zed with a cramp he gave out just as he bid fair to distance his competitor, so that although the Henry Stark won the race, it was not by superior skill in rowing. Common Council. BoARn of Ai.df.kmkn, Sept. is.?Aid* rman Pusor, I'resi dent, in the chair. Goiling'.i Saloon.?A petition from Henry Gosling, relative to kuits sgtinsthim by the Corporation Attorney, in violation of the city ordinances, asking a committee to examine said signs, and hear evidence on thesubjict. Alderman Nash moved that action be taken at once on the subject. Alderman Tillou said ho thought the rslerence was unnecessary, as the only question was whether the petitioner had violattd the ordinance* or not, which he thought the petition itielf admitted. Alderman Nash movrd to lay the petition on the table, and li unity tl..it the prayer of the petitioner be denied. Aldci man Lkk moved that the petitioner have leave to withdraw hit petition, which was granted by a vote of IOto:i Paying /m a H'rll ?The re|>ort of the Committee on Roads, in lavor of paying Henry Lynch $14 34, a ba lance lor digging a well in l'Jtith street, was, ofter considerable debate, laid on|tbe ta In. Appropriation for Hindi?The appropriation asked for by tne 8tr?et f'nmmissioner, was gr inted. Admimun to Columbia College?Win. S. Coffey wa? admitted to a scholarship in Columbia College, by a resolution of this Board. Refuted.?An application by John L Moffat, late 8u permtendent of 8tag"?, for pay lor twelve days services alt< r his office wss mad,-vacant, was refused it run if a ?jonn toi ins u H? cam ti o lor r?ir? ?ri ticri in Marad*mixin|r th< H.n nvei.uu. Hj a?k< <1 for $?oo. Selling Heal ? A commui.icatlon from the Corporation Attorney, an king for a rrviiion of the ordinance celling meat, (o an to make it legal for all butcher* to s< II meat by the piece?referred to Committee on Market*. Mteiingt of ihr /<<>?iH - Alrlt ruan Lccotfared a resolu. lion making the meeting) ofthe Board every other week altornately, which was a lopt -d Publishing Kxpentt oj Charting Street I --A reaolution by Alderman Wcai.rs, inquiring the reason why the Comptroller ha* not puMis! d the monthly account of the expense of sweeping th>' >treets, in accordance wiih the ordinance, was referred ta the Controller The Board then adjourned to Monday,the 3d of October. Marine Court. Bvfore Judge Sherman. Monday, Sent. 18.? dunning f). Burdill?Still thl* em- ii unfinished. The full report ol the evidence given exclusively in the Herald, has excited much intrreit among the community, and ha* crowded the Court room. Theevidence forthe defence, which ha*been introduced in order to prove an eviction, the whole of the private affair* ol the Burdell family, and the alledged intimacy between Mr*. Burdell <nd the plaintiff, 'having been got through with on Saturday night, the plaintiff opened hi* rebutting testimony by railing to the. itand? Doctor Ai.onxo S. B*i.i. ? I am a regular physician, and attended Di. Burdell during hi*illne**in April, 1H4J; I had known him lor *everal year* previous, and on my tir*t visit I found him carefully tended by the plaintiff; as far aa I can Judge the attention paid to Dr. Buidatl wasof the mo*t marked character, both from hi* wife andOun ning, eapecially from the latter} I never iiw one peraon more attentive to another than Gunning wai to Dr Burlell; I never noticed any thiig unk'nd in the attrition or treatment of Mn Burdell tober huaband; I prweribed a renic at a particular atageof the illneia; it wax made up at Chilton'f on the principle! nt homeopathy, and ndnlniftercd under my direction* by dunning; he did not take more than half a grain in ull; hi* lameiiea* wa* not iu tilling from hi* treatment; he had the dy?enterir with typhoid aymptoms; 1 luund him on a good bed, but the <t*te of the patient made a change" nece*??rjr, aahe could not rice; Drf . Underbill, Uray am? Shernoo l were railed in a* conauliiiig phyaicixiia; I never lu ?rd any one o( 'hem aay tHat the treatment had been improp-rj they fl> unity agreed it had been prop*., Dr. Burdtll did not otti-i him>elt an a coniultiHg phyucian, or *av, to m)1 know, ledge, that tie had been wrongly treated; Uunuing wa? ilm ber.oo relied u|k>ji by the physicians; *s u nurte b? discharged his duty faithfull;; 1 never iiw bit attentions ; oiirpaHr J; he acted as one partner sboukt act to another j who waa sick; aftei much persuasion on the part of Mrs. t 15ui>1*11 and Gunnieg, under the opinion oI the phys.- < elans, he was induced to change irom the Graham sys. . tem and partake ol iminial diet; I have Irequentlv heard i Gumiiug reason with Dr. Burdell, against the Graham system, which might possibly have irritatwd prisons u ho ti.id adopted that sys'em; thennture ol Dr. Uuidell'-i sick c in-** was such as to bring Mrs Burdell and Gunning Ire jupntly together alone; while Dr Burdell lay ill be told me that lie bad some family tumble in conn iju nee I ol his wile's opposition to lite Gi.ib-.m die., and < her not being obedient to bis rlv s n. iiat'nrs ot I Irene, and relating to domestic allViirs. He thought } the Bible guve him |?wer to older bis wile? He appealed to me whether I did not regard him as light, I He said he could not submit, or live any longci on auch terms? that lie had no lutnily ?that his w ile uud taken the entire control ot his children awuy Irom him?I learned r that this difficulty waa ol long standing, and had now in* ' created to such a magnitude, ihut he c-juld not submit to it any longer. He thought he wai in duly boqad to s*- j piiute from hii wile? I am strongly imprrsaedTviih tl:e Belief that Dr Burdell did not cohabit with hid wite ' while he wan convalescent?I never heard Dr. Burdell ! make any charge againat Gunning to my knowledge, j ' though he ofteu complained about the treatment, Hint | thought hu hii abused by them Dr. Burdell had dv- i charged witness for prescribing arsenic without his con- J sent. Dr. tsherwood was my successor; ha follows. ' nearly the system pursued by me. Da. Undkhhill.?1 um o regular phjsiciau, and :m t murrie-l to a sister of Dr. BurdeH's wite?I have visi ed him o< cusivnally us a physician?I have been his faroi:. ph>?iciun almost since hi* mairiage?Dr. Harvey BurdeH did aot act as a physician us lar . k I know, ami was pre. sent at only one consultation. The treatment was he ira>0|.athic, and arsenic was administered by Dr. Ball in 1 some shape. On iningcalled nie in; I adviged a medicine, but the ?fleet not bring fuvoruble, it was discontinued? the physiriuu? called in ?\ ere ol opinion that the quantity of mm'iciue given could not have produced that lameness. Stimulant* were i- sorted to He waa given very strong ' brandy, bee! tea, V- f?trak jnd ovsterv. I think he could not have recover? ' T'.thout such a change. It was very diflicult to make hi.b l Uo thim, as it was againat the Graham diet?iu i.:_, oj.u .ou lie was saved from death by 1 the kind nursing and '.I' a'oicnt of hia wife and Gunuing; I never saw better nur.i Pfevioua to Ounning com- ' ing into the family, theie Lad been differences about the treatment of the chilJrtu aim diet. Mrs. Burdell lived ti|Kiu the Oiuhnro diet three years, but changed it by my recommendation while nursing, as she was so wrak' that she could scaicely walk across the floor. Mrs. Burdell compluiced to wu twqaitly that her husband tieu>ed her unkindly. It commenced the d.iy after their marriage. At a public table he attended her to it, but when kupper time came she was farced to go without any. Twenty tour houra after marriageshcTiad to go to the breakfast table in a public room alone?he caused her a great deal of uneasinrst by his ex pr< SMOnx about her lather. alio told mo that alter the birth ofhertirstchild, her husband though in the same house did not come to see her. Gunning has frequently called me up to sue the children, while Burdell w.u in bed in the house. I never saw Dr. Burdell evince much feeling for his wile during her confinement. This witness agreed with Dr. Ball In the attention shown by Gunning, while Dr Burdell was ill?he stated that it was every thing that was kind and partner-like?Mi s. Burdell never told me anything to make me belisvc that her affections wore estranged from her husband or that her virture had ' goneastrny. She spoke of her husband more in sorrow than in anger During my acquaintance with Mrs. Burdell 1 never "oticed any thing in h<r conduct which could induce a man to take liberties with her. The Doctor

frequently told me that he lived unhappily with his wife, purticularly on account of the children. 8ar?h Alburtvs?lain tho step-mother to Mrs. Dr. Burdell, and have been intimately acquainted with both husband and v. 1ft* sincc their marriage. The ditliculty commenced about three weeks alter marriage ; 1 boarded with them since May last, up to the middle of August; Dr. Burdell occupied the office duriug that time; Mrs. Burdell and family occupied the house from May to the list day of Auguut , about three weilks alter their mar riige, they took a jaunt together lor some days; when I they returned he came to our house, and she went to her 1 own ; he would leave her to dine with strangers, while ' he would take bis vegetables alone in another room ; he > went te the West Indies the fill o.'their mariiage, leav- ' ing her alone and ill; I went to her ; there were t wo sin t gle young men in the house with her ; she conformed 'o the Graham system until she became so delicate that she ' was compelled tochango hrr diet ; 1 have seen Dr. Bur- < del', when his wife was just confined with her third child, 1 take his eldest daughter and swing hrr about un'.il he 4 had tern the dress elf of her ; he seemed to lie mere com- * fortable when his wile was sick than at other times, for then he could do as he wished with the chil- ' dren ; he only allowed them two meals a day, a and the infant could only be suckled ,three times 1 a day ; I have been a mother, and know that a child * should have had the breast oftener ; the children are delicate ; Dr Burdell did not treat his wilt? as a husband ought; I know I woxld not be satisfied with (uc.k treat. ment: I never saw such kind treatment by a wife towards a husband as Mrs. BurdeH's wa.? ; he was very peevith J when ill, and hard to manage ; Gunning has carried hiin 1 from one bed to another, has slept in his room, has watch- r ed over him with all the care aud olfaction possible ; the J straw mattrasa, and change in the bed was made at his 1 own request; I was at their house on every occasion ( when Mrs. Burdell was confined ; his conduct to her was * the same daring all; during the last illness ho slept out, ( and left his family sick at home for a month and upward. J Mr. Ai. br airs, lather of Mrs. Burdell?Lived in the ' family from the latter part of April to the middle of August pafct; when Dr. Burdell was going to Ohio, I asked him if he intended to take his wife, and if he did whether she could have confidence in him after the treatment he < had shown her; he observed that the hud been seen fitting | in an improper position with Vr Gunning; I a?ked him if ' he meant to criminate my daughter, and if he hud set spies eu her; he then said lie did not suspect her; when ho Went to the West Indies lie di.l not make nrnner nrnvi bion for bis family, and it was a well known S?ct that pre j vious to Gunning's coming to board iber?\ they lived un I happily together; this cti: fly arose from dispute* about ' the treatment ol tka children; headways referred to Km word of God, whenever he was spoken to about tt treatment he was giving his wife ai.J children. TI ti witness confirmed the statement of the previous ?itnr?.e; as to the kind attention paid by Gunning to Dr. Biiid. il in bis illness This strange trial was postponed until this day (Tues day) at 2 o'clock. ITlilted States Marshall's Olttce Be'oreCommislienei Rapeiyea. Si^T. 18 ?*.$a*aultiiig hit Captain?James Andrews, 1 the seaman charged with having committed an assault on > his captain, William Burrows, ot the hhip Sully,on h?-r voyage from Havre to this port, on the O h 8ep'.emb< r, was examined to-day. It appears the captain lold biin he wag playing " ol>) soldier," which aroused the pa?; i ' ot the sailor, and he s-ized the captain by the arm, "r * ' dragged him to the deck While there, a scutfl- en1")"* iti u bich lio'h got pretty severel} handWd, butthe iro? s were put in requisition, and the mutineer secured. The ' evidence was no conclusive that the pritoncr was lu",> committed for trial ind-fmilt of bail General Mrsslons. Before Recorder Tallmadge and Aldermen Martin end Dunning. Jam ?R Whiiijh, K-q District Attorney. Mumui. 8-pt 18 - Tht Trill of Michael yV..hh, hot'ci known us ' V K." Wal?h. tor libel on Levi D. Slami. editoi oi the Pi... in an attic e published in the "NuN terran?an," on 'h. ""1 > of August. The libel charged slamm wnh m?kiug ' surreptitious attempt" to enter the basement of ?tu a i unean" otlice on the Friday previous, tor buiiiij.j u pirpuses. The complainant teititied that he w?..t i it; Hih basement to see the pressman who printed hiswe-.. paper. who, he supposed, still occupied the pUce, i uiuui nailing him, be came out and walked away. Robkbt McNallv, Duieuce?Testified that he saw Slamm coming out of tke basement, and hailed him, when he started oil between a walk and a run, and gave no answer. Elias Carter was next calledto prove that Mr. Slamm had said that he would give $1000 to < nd Walsh to Blackwell's Island, but the testimony was ruled nut as irrelevant. Jaii*d W. Cm.i. was olfo called to testify to the character ol Mr. Slamm, and taid that he had had some private differences with Mr. Slamm, but that be knew nothing against his general character. Mr. Slamm was next called by defence, and stated that he had said if justice was done Walsh, he would be sent to Blackwell's Island. Henry Shankhoih stated that he had heard ' Slamm say he would send Walsh to Blackwell's Island i! it cost him Ki.its Cartkr stated that he heard Slnmm say at Henry Atwood's, that he would bet $1000 that Walsh would be in the Penitentiary in less than six month*. Witness ofTi red to bet a hat, but there were no takers. Henry Smanfroiu teititied to the same state mcnt. For the prosecution, W. J. Brow* was called?who stated that he went with Slamm to the basement under h the "Subterranean" office, to get some weekly papers that Slamm desired. The testimony here closcd, and Ibecase wal submitted under the charge of the Court. The jury, after a short ab U lUlllfU a \ t Ml It Y Ol gllllty. LiM an Chorln M. Tucker ? Tho next wan a trial of 11 the name defendant for a librl on Charles M. Tucker, in c which he was called "Charley Tucker," and ridiculed * for his personal appearin.ce, mid alleg.d tmnuching con- ' duct at a chowder fesst at Jones' Second Wird Hotel.? 0 The jury after an ahience. of an hour, came into court f1 and ?aid that they could not agree, a* they differed as to i' the fact whether Tucker wan the person alluded to? ' They were therefore discharged. r Jno'htr indictment again?t the same defendant wan tried, lor libel on Charles M. Tucker, published on the 1-Jth ol August, Calling him a "toothless, gravelled lace blackguard," lie. The complainant testified that he li thought the libellous article alluded to him, as It charged 'I him hiring five horses from Alvah Mann, to receive the " President, and not paying lor them He admitted that a ' publication was made in the Herald by Mann, charging h him with not paying lor the horses, and that they were not paid for until alter the publication ; and then that Mr. 11 Mar.n published a contradiction ol the charges in th? " Kvening Post, Herald and Atliora Li.orn Bbtspit, one " ol the officers of the Sessions, confn mod the statement of t1 Tucker. 4 For defence, Cm*hi.?.a Burton waicalle.1, who testified that Tucker hired his cab and horses for the corporation jj if the city the day alter tho President arrived, and he had ? not yet been paid by the corporation, they not having passed upon ins bill. W Orey alto testified that Tucker ha I hired a carriage and horses for the corporation from ft ine of his drivers, the pay for which he had not received f ?mce. Alvah Mann was called and fwoin. He testified hat Tucker had hired some horsns from him to receive , ho President, which he thought he should nevir get the , pay lor if lie had not advertised him. Tucker drew up h |, counter statement) published with the name ol the wit- , ni ss, r fterhe had paid(him The case was submitted un- , lerthu chatgo of the Court. They remained out until , > o'clock, when coming into Court, they stated tliey could not agree, and were discharged. Isinull anil Jlatlery.? MlCliaei vrninii hiici i.orrn/.o u ''ummingt were then tried for on fl*'*Htilt Bml batter) i n , U Millard, of the Ninth War-l. Tim aMault nn?1 ha), fry look place at an election held in the Ninth Ward on ' * 78th 01 AugiKt last, by th? d-'ino. ?n'lc p'.My, lo elect l**f?Hteu |o the Hyraenie Convention, at winch the ci>iii. >1 lifnnt wa.i iittacked nn I ? vrtely beaten bjr Kveri.l 1 ,> '1*01111. The te?timony, n? t* tlMlitl in ?ji'!a u> ? ery contradictory, but the J \t\ r?"\ r\- I u Verdict of ;ttilty againit both partiea, and the Court adjjuiued io lilt moruing, at llo'elw* <<Q- T11E INCREASED, ANl> EVER INCREASING (traction at th?- American Vimum, fully sustain the iigh reputation it ha* attained, and this week thero ?eem? o In in uncommon flaw ot succesa. The Ethiopian ierenaders have acquired great eminence a* nerformera, mil the Invert of fun on I amusement are on thu tiptoe to it*nr their lunphahle songs, refrains, Jr\ The Dioramas ?r? the admiration of all; ami Mr. Sherman, Miss Adair, md <?el?*te, urn univerial lnvoritea. The ? ntertainmeut : eminence* every ever inn at a quarter beforu 8 o'clock. ft?" PEALE'8 MUSEUM ?The greatest and smallest, " .ma iifjuieti, tii unrest eiul best curiosities in ii>? :ity. are to he tpco at Peale's Museum for one shilling. intuuco,the Mammoth Child, 13yearsold, weighing 40ft jound* ! The Infant,a yeur old, weighing but 4 pouuds ! r,i" '"<! g? Mermaid, Uiee Club. kc. Can the place >p ot.ie? wise than lull 7 (t7- ? HE LATEST AND BEST?Will be published in ; morning, Sept. jut? Mabel the Actress: >r, Ul .'ciilsot Illicit Love. Beautiful book edition ll ? i tale o I passion and of guilt; but sncH if the i'h which It ta told?the truth and earnestness of |,e vij -the fidelity lo nature and to life ol all lti inci 'i''* #" ' it* perfect freedom lrom every thing that nig-ii (iti m. J the moat virtuoua taste, that none who read iw.ouiKi re disposed to exclude it from the most refined j.>iiij nick. The motto from Lord Bacon in a lair ex i.iuenrot ih< moral conveyed. Well would it be for our irnuiit U JOl.'i sexes if tho lesson shoul.l sink deep into Lin Ji nrt : :or its aim is to show, that? " Tne only amaruuthine flower on earth Is Vi? tun? the only las'ing treasure, Ti nth." S ngl<- .op.i> IJj cents,or 10 lor$l; >8 per 100. Agents Ai.i.v..J .ii their orders without delayiiUHtiKSS & STKINUEU,Pu!4ish?r?, Ti- Broadway,corner of Ann street Orjhsm'i Magazine. Godey's Lady's Book, mid The Na llcasl Magazine lor September, will be published to not row. Xf~ CONSTITUTIONAL DEBILITY CURED ? Tr>?* l .inic Mixture prepared by the College of Medicine V<1 r Aimacy of the City of New York, is an infallible remeay lor this cla<s ol diseases, being composed of n con.' ination of the most invigorating medicinal heibsin i highly concentrated lorm; it is ol iniinite value to all persons suffering from debility or weakuesi ol any kind S ild in large bottles (2 each; .mail do $1, in eases of halt lozen, carefully packed, and sent to all parts of the Union. Office and consulting rooms of the Colluje, 07 Nassau street. W. 8 RICHARDSON, Agent. QQ- THE REV. DAKIUS ANTHONY OK THE Oueida conference is not the onlyone who hns been raised from the verare of the urave. ;ind restored to perfect health by Dr. Sherman's Cough Lozenges They have now been in use nearly ft years, and in every case where they have been given according to the directions, have been attended with most wonderful efiects. Hev. Mr. Do Forest, Rev. Mr. Dunbar, Leonard Rogers, K>q., and a Uost ot other names could be given who have an I do (till recommend the DrV Lozenges as the very befct remedy they have ever known. Ur. Sherman's warehouse is 106.Nassau street Agents 297 Hudson street; 183 Bowery, 77 East Broadway, 8(5 Win street and 139 Fulton street,Brooklyn. tS&- CUBE OF CONSUMPTION.?It is stated in a la'.o Medical Journal published in London that a Dr. Uoolc, of that city , had invented a remedy for the cure of consumption, which lie calls Hygican Balsam. In relation to this extraordinary medicine, a paper was introduced and read before a late meeting of the medical society of London, in which it was shown that Dr. Cook had treated 619 patients, all in the Advanced itageof pulmonary consumption, of this large numbei only 2i had died. 493 were entirely cured and the remainder 194 were fist recovering. We are ploased to add that this inralueabl* remedy may now be had in this city, wholesale and retail, at No. 11 Barclay street near Broadway; and also ef Mr. Aspeuwall, No. 36 William street; and the Messrs. Sands 7!) Fulton street corner of Gold street. THE COMING FAIR OF THE AMERICAN INS ri TUTE ? Plialon's Tuberoso Shaving Cream will loubtless receive the premium for the best article of the oilet yet invented. The inventor having received a pre ilium at several fairs for tho best ' Veutillating Gossaner Wigs," is determined to immortalise, himsell in get :ing up this superior shaving emollient. The rapid and increased sales ot tho last few weeks are icyond compare ; every one that has tried it is sure to re ommend it to hi* friends, and thoso who have not already Tiade a trial of it, are invited to call at the hair dressing laloons, 214 Broadway, and try its matchless qualities. Sold at the low price of three and Ave shillings thejir. The Dahlia Cream, for the hair, is another useful article or the toilet, causing the hair to grow beautifully, dark ind glossy, stay its lulling out, and adding new life and rigor to the roots. Remcmbtr, 214 Broadway, opposite St. Paul's. Agents in Bjston, Brainard & Co., 13 Court street. CO-MEMBERS OF CONGRESS?The Hon. A. ilcCllellan. ot Tennessee, and the Hon. James Mathews, if Ohio, having been grievously afflicted with Chronic lh' umatism, have been .during the past winter,using this emedy, and with what decided success c?n well be udged by those who know them, when they learn that hey have been in almost constant attendance to their dn iesinthe House of Representatives during the session, ind the remedies that cured them, are the Indian Vege able Elixir and Hewes'Nerve and Bone Liniment, the inly things everknown to conquer this disease. To be ound genuine only at 21 Courtlandt street. 0JJ- METALLIC TABLET?This is tho most perfect u tide for th? purpose designed ever invented, having the wonderful powur of producing the keenest and smoothest tossible edge of the razor, in a tenth part of the time that required on a hone, at the same time doing away with he unpleasant use of oil and water. It is the same size is un oidmary strop, aud as simple in its use. With one if th< in ihe means is ever at hand of keeping razors in itrfect cider. The first cutlers of England and France lave them in constant use, and recommend them. The ' lehiatpd M. Milliken, cutler to the royal navy, 3*il S'.rtn i, ufrer using one five yrais, sent a certificate of its p i - ity to the inventor, whete it can be seen, with it > , ii'iu r*, from the most scientifl- gentlemen of this villi' ; . O. SAUNDERS, . .vntor and manufacturer ol the Metallic Tablet, 163 Broadway p- PRIVVTE DISEASES?A CURE GUARIN.'Si;r>. Toe College ot Medicine and Pharmacy ot the ci N..w York, established 'or the suppression of [Uav.-k.rj <? now prepared to treat all diseases of a pritl. mure, in I otter to all those sfflicted with these disi'. r-i't ?#| d es advantages not to be met with in any hpr tuf.iiutn-n in this country, either public or piivatc. \ot? 'ti. .,ot. <nt corres|>ondenoe, and from private arciv^cffient , hri ween the members ol the College and the n??t pr. fessois ol the medical institutions of Euoj,.*, hi) i.i ' lovtmcn's in the tr> mment ot these diseases re tin * anied to them long beiore they reach the majo uy o> th? rnedj.-al profession ol thi< c?untry With >uch :t;t' i't ' rrme iies, together with the combined skill of li- ft medical men ot this country, the Colli geieel fa ti. jt (be good woik they have undertaken, " th" ,, r s? .in oi quackery," will receive the p<tronnge it Icseivek ftoni that portion of (he public trquinng their prurre. l'ern for advice, alt medicines, $5 J'.ii. e and consulting Itoonia ol the College, 9T N ssau in W S. RICHARDSON, Agent. N B Patients living at a distance, by stating th? ir <11 rase explicitly in writing, Giving ail sj mi-toms, together tnli the treatment they received elsewhere, if any, can ibtain a chest containing all medicines, with full dm cions lor use, with u guarantee of cure, by addressing the igem of the colli ge, po?t paid, enclosing $&. OCf- MAN'S RIGHTS AND WOMAN'S RIGHTS? t man has a tight to go bald?and so has a woman to go lartlooi ; and one looks about as respectable as (lie other. Sow if you with to stay bald, or get so it you are not. hen do not use the Balm of Columbia, tor we do know hot iffj ou do use the true, Ironi -J I Court laudt street, with he signature of Comstock St Co, on it, you cannot lose our hair, unless your wile pulls it out, and if she has Killed it ou', the Balm will maKe it grow again. This is 10 joke; though we have not had our hair pulled out we mow who have, and have had it restored?and others vere losing ami have hod it stopped by Oldridge's Balm, rom .'I Cortlandt s reet, and we are not alraid to say se, nd you may think we are paid lor it, if youplease.beouse you would not do anything without pa jr.?AT. V. Zrpre*!. Mr Lewis Millard,of Butternuts, Otsego county, had lift his hair, and hail it fully restored by two bottles ol he B tlm. In fact the cure* are so numerous that it is uite out cf the i|uei>tion to refer to one in a hundred of hose who have experienced the like?fleets. Who will go Bald I?Colonel Seaver, Postmaster of Boavia, is knowing to the fact, that Dr. Bingham, of G ne eeceunty, aged over 70, and lor more than 17 years very aid, has ha<) his hair lully lestured by the use of one ottle of the Balm of Columbia, Irom Comstock & Co. The true Balm to be had only at 21 Cortlandt sL 01?~ COLORING THEHAIR?Many people areoften net editions about. It is an absurd pi ejudice that the hair annot be colored, itcan he done as well and as perfect s a piece of silk or worsted, by the East India Hair l)yc. 'his is positive. The only thing is, to repeat the process very lew weeks, and not to color the skin This will be iund perfect in both respects, if it is used wi'h some idgment and according to directions to he found on each ottle. The character ol the inventor is a complete gunantee to these lacts. To belound genuine only at 11 Courtlandt st. (Kf- BARRY'S VENTILATING AND GOSSAMER nvinible Wig, so closely resembles the real head ol hair not sceptics and connoisseurs hare pronounced it the lost perfect and extraordinary invention of the day. he great advantage of thil novel and unique Wig is its eing made without sewing or weaving, which causes >* appearances so closely to resemble the .mtural hair, oth in lightness and natural appearance, as to defy denction, its texture being so beautiful, so poreus anil so roe, that in all ca?e* ol perspiration evaporation is unimeded, and the great evils of all other Wigs entirely voided. The sceptic and connoisseur are alike invited to iispt ct this novel and beautiful Wig, and the peculiar netliod of fitting the head, at the manufac urer's, A. C. larry, 140 Broadway, corner of Liberty street, up stairs (&? THE IMRISIAN ALTERATIVE MIXTURE jr the permanent cure of primary or secondary syphilis. Ill perrons suspecting a venereal taint in their system hould use this poweilul alterative without delay; it com>Ietely eradicates all the bad i fleets ol mercury by invi. orating and strength! ning the constitution. Sold in irgehottles.fi each; small ditto, *1; in cases containng half o dozen, carelully parked and sent to all parts I the Union. Oflice and consulting rooms oftho College f M'dicineand Pharmacy, 97 Nasfau street. W. S RICHARDSON, Agen*. Or}- PR0FK980K VELPEAU'8 CELEBRATED illi lor tint mdical cum ol O.inorrhea, Oleet, anil nil unlensflnt diarhargea irom the urethra. Thn xtraordi 1 ry demand lot tliom pill* aince tln-ir introduction into li* country, ii the heat criterion ot their value; over iren tliuiURiid boxei Im?c burn aold during the Ust y i ai 'hoiit a single instance ol failure. They arc lobe hint inline only at the ofllce and coimiltiog rooms of the olli'grt of Medicine and Phaimnry, 07 Nnaaau Mrcet, ce box. W. 8. RICHARDSON, Agent. BY THE SOUTHERN MAIL. Philadelphia. I r.orreapni tleuee ol the Hemld.} Politic? and Political Protpect t?Hit 7htalret and Theatrical Movem*nl??The Opera. PHILADELPHIA, Sfpt. 16, 1843 We shall shortly have the very "old boy" to play among us. The politicians are beginning to get iheir steam up, and already have they began to quarrel and li^ht among themselves. The locofocoft will have a dead weight hanging to their skirts in consequence 01 ine nomination oi me rowdy landlord of the Van Bureu House in Locust Ward, Jas. H. Hutchinson, as their candidate for Sheriff'. Much ueiter had they choseu the "Butcher Boy," Ned Wartman. The whigs?lucky (ellows-have made a fortunate cacapo by the withdrawal of Bela Badger, the prince of pipe-layers. His nomination would have been certain death to them. As matters now siaud, the whws have the best chance ol fleeting this important officer, providing they take up a man leas "spirited" than Hutchinson In the first district, the cry of conspiracy has been raised. The locos are divided, and defeat appears inevitable. The McCulley party, composed of the Lord knows what, are violently assailed l>y the Payuter faction, who have sworn eternal hostility to the regular nominated candidate. There will be hard work?much swearing?and still more, fight- ,, ing, amoi g the loco* themselves in October than was ever before known. In the first district, :h<* whites have selected as their candidate for Congress, E. Jay Morris, an honest, intelligent, and much esteemed younp man, who will no doubt triumph over the two loco foco candidates. Every honest inan?every friend of the widow and orphan?must pray forth-" success of the Democratic council ticket in tiie city. The whigs have abused, wronged, and plundered ihe community long enough, and the cries of the poor orphan ascend from the tomb for iustice Where,ofi! where are the sacred l<rgaci<-s of the lamented Mirard I Where are the intended blessings ot the Willi The iiranlCollege?theOirard College !?should be th?* rallying cry of the locofocos. until the whigs? despoilers as they have proved tlvmse Ives?'are hurled from power. Our theatres are now doin>? a pretty fair business. Marshall", the best iiih linger ot the day, with the Chestnut and Walnut, will reap, this winter, a fortune. He has a strong company, and his friends are numerous The Arch, with Booth, Connor, <tee., has flourished during the past week. Vanc'enhoff appears the coming week. The National, under Weymss & Oxley, will open on the 23d lust. Wallack appearson the 26 h, and Forrest immediately follows. The house has undergone great interior repairs, and 1 trust "old Harney" will find that he still has troops of friends. This selling ol pills,segars, tobacco and snuff, "with the literature of the day," has not yielded my old friend a fortune yet. The French Opera troupe make their first appearance on Monday night, in the opera of "L'Ambassa<frice." Your polite and gentlenunly agent, G. B Zeiber, appears to be driving on Ii.b usual profitablejbusi new to the no bmali envy of those who have not the spirit or ambition of a snail. The citizens of Philadelphia are deeply indebted to Mr Z. for his industrious |>erseverance in presenting to tliem such a continual stream of cheap and popular literature.? It will be Ions before one, so universally esteemed, could supply the place of Mr Z. The Count. Yell?w Fever at St. Louis ?Several cases of yellow fevir have made their appearance at St. Louis, but they are said to have created no apprehension, as scarcely a summer passes without them.?Bait. American, Sept. 18. Charity Hospital, New Orleans.?Report for the twenty-four hours, ending at 12 o'clock Sept. H: Patiea's admired 13. of yellow fever 7, discharged 12, et yellow fever 6; deaths 9, of yellow feverS. Report for twenty-four hours ending at twelve o'clock Sept. 9.?Patients admitted 24, of yellow fever7; discharged 19, of yellow fever 6j deaths 7, of yellow fever 5. The Sufferkks at Yokk?Mr. McCabe, who was bo severely injured by the accident on the Surquehannah Railroad, died on Saturday morning. Messrs. Child, Pu<>h, and Cooper, the other persons wounded, are considered entirely out of danger. TO-The Baltimore American of Monday says Passengers who came from Harper's Ferry on Saturday state that the Potomac was extremely high at that place and had flooded the town. Persons were passing from house to house in boats. Fears had be*n entertained for the salety of the Railroad Bridge over the Potomac, as the water had risen within a few inches of the timbers, but when the cars left they had begun to subside. The Georgetown Advocate states thet some injury has been done to the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal in the neighborhood of ttiat city. The b.tnks are much damaged and about tour miles from Georgetown it became necessary to cut a large breach to let out the water. The extent of the injury could not be estimated, ?s the canal banks lor m les were under water. Great damage was done to mills und houses in the country above Tue Cumberland Allegaoian of Saturday siyR that the ns- of the wateis in Will's Creek, at that town, has tig-tin caused con-iderable injury end the water whs still rising Sale* of Stocks at Philadelphia, yesterday. $30(10 Tennewee Bon<l? 81$; .36 t-fcurcK Tt nnnylvsnia Bk 147; $4*'0 Leliigb6>, I 4ft 39; $ I <'00 Schuylkill Navigation fi*. ISJJ 100; $3ft,l3A Stale ft?, .r>7J ; Cincinnati 6s 91 j; $10 Otm Che* & Del Canal 6s. I SAO 37J; >'1000 .to 87} lift HUltr. s F.iiii:er''k Mi-chainct' B.n k 34: *6908 Wilmiiitf. Ion 6?. Inbi, t?7; tttiioo City hi, 1H6#, 11>3^; f -.0 Cn?*Si Del CuU'-l. 1M6, S7J LATKSIT NOUTHKKN SHIP SKWS. I Philadf.i.phi*. Sept 18?Arr Krlvcci, Whitney, Turks Island. Cld Jos Cowperthwait. Sturdivant, Barhadoes. B.\l TIMom , Sept IS?Arr Ht-rmml 1.1 tin. (Br) Saiinders. Demerara; Aichltect. (tray. St Thomas; John Birr, Smith, ('liracoa and Porto Calwllo: St Thomas, Currier, Boston; Gardner, Hamer, Lnliee Bflow, Jnhn A Kohh, anil a Bomtn packet, I u|' ' lil Zaine,Kane, Maraiih.im aim) a Inkt; Kiln.ml. laniiev, St Thomas; K.li/.a Ann, Kitr.iterald, West Indies; M iria. Hopkins. ami Rochester. Wise, New \ ork. Sid C S liriti Oregon, Lt I om Portrr, iiiucruiMf; Uwrcncf, Howes, Bo*ton; 1 Inmmiiii: Bird. Godfrey, W Indies; Financier, Sirgeaut, ; Herald. Wadson, lVmerara; Almena, dill* Boston; Mary \Yilks, nlmom, Noiikoi.k. Sept 16? Arr A Cadmus, Curtis,Washington. NC fur New York. |>ut iu with sails torn, and (lie captain and crew Or.oniiBTown, SC. Sept 12?Arr Treniont. Woodside, ami Man Hill. Gray, NYork ( Id Mary. Norris, and John Hill. Bum, N\ork; ( lias i. Yost", Sarin, lt.irli adoes. Charlmtom, Sept IS?('Id Sarah Ann Jam-, Grimes, Mobile and NOrleans. Sid Siilliran, W'aite, NYork Air llth, Virginia, Katon, New York. Caroline, Gilkey, Caindeu; 13th. II Allen, Wilson, NYork; (talt lle, Olover, Camden. MftinURi Sept ii ? Arr i eylnn, Colliuiii. Boston; 13th, Newark, Sliapter, NYork: Jiiliii, Voting, ( aimien. Nkw Out i ?>n, Sept f??Arr St Loins, Marks, Philadelphia; Orleans. Johnston. and llilali, Hammond, New York; Farwell, Huuverford. Trieste; Hero, (folding, Havana. Clil Delta, Hinckley, Boston. Geiicral||Kccor<l. H Si hr Mkim'nth ook, from Camden, Me. lying at New Or leans, loaded with lime, took tin" on the 9th ilisl. She was ilis mantled, and ordered I'roin the wharf hy the liarhor master.? She W ould probably he sunk. Srsi'irioi (apt. (iray, of the Architect, at Baltimore from Tlmiins, n ports Sept 12. I it H I Ion -l>..k i Spun li liriic which re|Hirted having lieen out 2.'i days fin Havana, hound to the I anary Inlands?she had IPPUMU) 111 or .ill MM CM deck, and was a very suspicious looking vessel. Hpokrn. (Jueeu Victoria, \ days from New Orleans for Harir, 3d nist. oil' the Balizc. half her crew ?ick with yellow fever?hy the St k Louis, at New Orleans. Archibald Oracie, of Alexandria, steerniK S, tilth nist. lat 21) A Baltimore sclir standing S, supposed tlx Com Warrington, was seen 7th inst. lat 26 !H?, Ion 71 28. Korrlgn Porta. St Thom??, Sept 2?No American vessels iu l?ort. Sid 2ii,^^h Lewis, Barker, Mayaguez; Auk 2#. Mississippi, togg.! uracoa;^^H Esther Kmery, NOrleans; Independence Kevser, Philailelphia Tarry Not, Anderson, Turks Island; 2lltli, Mary Augusta. Kir-^^H wan, La Onayra. Q(f- NEW SONGS, NKW GLhES, NKW iiVK.h I turn, fcc., new I'mn Fort?n, Harp", Ouitari, Flute*,etc may be lound nt Atwill'i Saloon, No 301 Dioadway, nrar^^| ine l> rniiKiiu Nnuie. hrtnorn tin- Aitor and llotvnr<1'ii.^H Wi can commend the now songs piablisho I Mm k They are by our moi-t talented composers, ami will bethe^^H ongsof the coming season. Gentlemen amateur* will^^H llnd nemo charming ulees, got tip a* glue* should be, the^^H parti properly distributed. Purchasers will flod a stoek^^H ol 1'iano Kortes.and other instruments, selected with ex^^^J cellent Judgement fr.im tho beat manufactories. There^^H if nothing in ? musical way, which Atwill cannot furmsli^^H in the belt possible sty In. JIOVKV MAKKHT. H Monday, Sept. 1H?<1 P. M. The stock motket hai been active to-day. Sales wer^^H large, and prices generally on the rise. Harlem rose Peterson Ohio 1 per cent; the new 7 per cent sold at premium; Kentucky |; Indiana sterling roae 1|; dollU^^H At the now Board,there was a good busineas doing at^^H similar Our remarks on the Bank of Mobile havo caused an <nenie excitement among tha AlabamiaLS, of whom ther^^^l is a large number here. We hare opened the sahject^^^l merely, and ihall probe it deeply. Money continues quite as abundant as ever. Many o^^^| 'lie banks loan ;it 3 per cent, and tho r;i?hiei ?| an ,; ion up the river, which ha* a balance of fMn.ooo in thi^^^l city, is here seeking investments The < fleet of husin< s^^^H -' us far, has been to turn stocksol goo.Is into money, >-'nvestment, instead of converting them, as lorm>rly^^^| nto rotes, which mint be discounted by the banks. Thi^^^l iteration is continuing. The cotton maik?t is an instanc^^^^| There is now in this city, held by wnltny individtml^^^H rom 40 0*0 to 46,000 bales ol cotton, worth say $ I ,?I0 oo^^^H The manufacturers of the United Hutea contumi <U< ) ear an average of 7,000 bales per week. Avery lati^^^H