i 111 JLLI..J.1 -1L1. . TH Vol. IX?No. JJtt.J -Wliol* flo. To lite Public. THE NiCVC YORK HKKALD-daily new?pap?r?rub- | liihed every day of the year except New Year's day and Fourth of July. Price U centu per copy?or $7 ad per annum? posters paid?caah in advance THE WEEKLY HERALD-published every Saturday morning?price tii cents per copy, or $3 12 per annum? postnges paid?cash in advancu. ^Jk^FhRTISERS are informed that the circulation of 4F??rald in over THIRTY THOUSAND, and increaaing fast, ll has the lurgest circulation / any paper in thii rity, or the world, and is, therefore, the bet! channel lor hu" tinea men in the city or country. Price* moderate?cash in advance. PHINT1NO of all kinds executed at tha most moderate prices, and in tho most elegant style. JAM ICS GORDON BENNETT, PnomiKTOH or the Hkhai.d Establishment, Northwest corner of Fulton and Nassau street! FOR CHAHLESTO^^W^^KEY WEST, NEW ORLEANS, AND GALVESTON, (Terns.) 'PO SAIL on Thursday,5th October, the elegant, well known -* coppered staam sh* NEW YORK, J. P. \Vriictit, Coin n oider, will sail as above. This steamor lias lieeu put in complete order for the mm son, ami has extensive accommodations, with large and airy state rooms. Kor passage or freight of spxcie, apply to the Captain on board, foot of Ninth street, E. IL or to A. HUBBARD Ik CO., M Peek slip. New York, Sept. 11, 1813. sllto5*ec TRAVELLERS GOING SOUTH OR WEST?Sixteen hours in advance of the SWfkIviSK.V Mail?Tri- Weekly Line to Savannah, I connexion with the Central Railroad to Macon and the West The splendid steain packets GEN ERA I. CLINCH, Capt. J. P. Brooks, ami i-HAKLKSTON, Capt. K. Barden, will leave Charleston every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morning, at 9 o'clock, after the arrival of the Wilmington hoatji from the north, arriving at Savannah the same day, and will leave Savannah on tin buuic diy* as a bote*, at t> o'clock 1'. M., alter the ariival of the cars from Macon. Travellers w ill find this to l?> til* cheapest and most expeditious route to the iioutli and went. The above boats art fitted up in a ?u|>erior style, and no expense or pains will be sp.?r<jJ to ensure certainty, cointort, and esiwdition to the travelling uutilic. JOHN B. LAF1TTE. Ageut, Fitzsiinmons' VV'lmrf, Clia'leston. ' harlostnn, September, 1813. s!7 2m*r ^ -? STEAM U11P NEPTUWE. Captain i William Rollins?To sail 011 Saturday, OcSZyWMrjk/ftffc t"ber 7th, at 4 o'clock, P. M., for Charleston, ^^JSIljyMJKey West, Havana, New Orleans, and Oal ^^^ CStaBvefton, Texas This su|>erior packet stuainer is now being overhauled and put in Jierlfct order for the season. Her cabins and state rooms are elesautly furnished, and passengers can rely an every comfort and accommodation in her. For passage as above, in the cabins or steerage, and for light freight and specie for Charleston, apply to J. H. BROWKR, sl6 r 75 Wall it. >?yfrtoe_ FOR N E W ORLEANS?Touching at all the ports in F.ast and West Florida, viz: St. Augustine, New Smyrna, Indian River, Cape Florida, Indian Key, Key West, Tampa Bay. I'iwCedar Keys, Port '.eon, Aiialachicola anu Pcnsacola.?Thesplendidsteain ship CINCINNATI, J. Smith, master, (who has been long engaged in the navigation between Florida and New Orleans,) will leave Charleston, S C.,on the l?tor October next, and after the arrival of the Wilmington boats, for all the above places. For passage only, having superior accommodations, apply 011 board, or if be letter, postpaid, U> JOHN B. LAF3TTE, Agent, Fitzsiinmons' Wharf. I h trleaton, S. C., Sept. 9th, 1843. il4 tolr FOR HALIFAX b LIVERPOOL. The Roral Mai I Steam Ship CALEDO- 1 NIA, K. G. Lott. Esq., Commander, will ^vj^gy^gg^h'aveJBostou for the above ports on Sunday, Passage to Liverpool $120. Passage to Halifax - 20. , Apply to D. BRIGHAM, Jr., Agent, s2:i3tm No. 3 Wall street. 'AA-3E*- OLL) BLACK BALL LINE OK PACKKTS WEyPjrVFOR LIVERPOOL?Packet of the 1st of October? JWaMlbaThe. fast sailing packet ship CAMBRIDGE, Capt. Barb tow, will be despatched as above, her regular d.?v. IfiThose wishing to secure berths, will require to make early application to JOHN HERDMAN, 61 f'outh street, near Wall st. N. B.-Pii-sage from Grvat Britain an iirl ,d,via Liverpool, i ran as usual be secured hy the above H ti.Jiu packet ship, or any ship of the line, and those remitting money to their friends c?n h >ve drafts for anv amount payable in all the principal towns throughout the United Kingdom, and on Messrs. J. Barned & Co. bankers, Liverpool; anil Messrs. J. Bult, Son ic t o. For further particulars, apply as above. s2ir NEW LINE OK LiVERPOOL PACKETS;? MmPtV' Packet of the UStli September?Tlie splendid fast sailMsattoiug racket ship SHERIDAN, Capt. A. S. Dei>ey?ler, Will sail positively as above, her tegular day The "hips of this line are all 1000 tons burthen and upwards, and their accommodations for cabiu, second cabin and steerage passengers it is well known are >uperior to any other line of parkcu. Those wishing to secure berths, should not fail to make early application on board, or to W. It J. T. TAFSCOTT. 43 Peck Slip, cor Soutli street. r Persons wishing to send for their friends can have them brought out in this ship, or any of the regular line, on favorable terms. Thereabout remitting money to their friends can be supplied with drafts for any amount, payable on demand, without discount or other charge, on all the principal towns of K'ngland, Ireland, Scotland or Wales. Apply as above. s20 " BLACK BALL. OK OLD LINE OF LIVERWfJWWPOOL PACKETS?Regular Packet, .uid sails on jBHaBnMonday, the 2d October?The mauiiilieeut, well linnwu, very fast sailing packet ship CAMBRIDGE, burthen U60 tons. Captain Win C.BautoA.w ill sail positively as above, her regular day. The accommodations of this splendid packet for cabin, 2d cabin aud ?tt*rage r ts?encers are iiusurptssed for splendor, conve uience and comfort by any vessel all oat Those embarking for the old country will find it to their interest lo select this drsiia1.1.m.>?? It'nr ih4u.iin>. ^nrl to ?t>rnrpflti' hfst berths. par* locust?h.i* stamSliii ana running rigidim in new muti r<?nr years ?is well adapted for a whaler, having a line roomy dec*. Lies at Dover street wharf Her iuviiitory can be seen at SI William ?tieet. Kor terms. ai'i'U to Vim-. JONATHAN k l'(T M William st. Milt in HfALO AMI) A I.I. I'\K TS ()|- THh.WKST ?&& ?*%& ASSoTlATION rAMSAtifT ?KICK TO ALU AN V. Uticn $2 no Rochester, ?) ftfl Syracuse, 2 V> Buffalo, 3 SO OjWeno, 2 25 Up. *nd Lower ' anadaiS SO By the ftut line to Buffalo and found, $* 00. For^eap^to ^ au>4 Jm m 93 Barclay ?treet, New Y?rk. ly application ihoaid ?? made on board, loot of Bcekman at. or to the lubarribrri. KOI HE, BROTHERS (k CO.. 35 Fulton street, next door to the Fulton Bank. P. S.?The Cambridge sails from Liverpool on the 19th November. Persons seudiiig for their friends can hare them brought out in her. or pi any uf the packets comprising this inaguilicent . ml unequalled line, sailing from that |N>rt puuctuallV on the 7th and 19th of each month. Kor p.tssage, Sic. apply as above. Drafts at sight for any amount drawn direct on th* Royal Hank of Ireland and on Messrs. Prescott, Urote, Ames Si Co. Bankers, London, which are paid free of discount or any charge whatever, in every town throughout Kngland, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Kor passage. &c. apply ax above. The favorite packet ship ENGLAND will succeed the Cambridge, and sail for Liverpool on the 19th of October, her regular day. s2lr KOR I.ON DON?Packet of 1st October?The MKjMftk'ipletidid packet shin MKDIATOR, Captain J. M. JVwIwb1 hadwick, will sail as above, and has very superior accommodations for cabin, second cabin and steerage p.i*seiikvn, who will be taken at reasonable rates, if early application be made to W.kJ. T. TAP8COTT, 4:) Peck slip, corner South st. Di afts for any amount, pavable on demand without discount or other charge on all lb- principal towns in Eugland, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Apply as above. s?l) ~???>- PACKET KOR HAv'RK?Second Line-Tlie WWMfVship S1-. NICOL AS, John B Pell, muter, will sail JlitAb >n the 1st o'October BOYD ii HINCKKN. s2)?c No. 9 Tontine Building, cor Wall and Water st. ifr,. FIRST PA< KET FOR SAVANNAH.-Tosail MMMfVlXMilitFly on Moinlav, 23th September.?The fast sail"K favorite picket brig EXCEL, Capt. Sherwood, will b<- ot sp.!tclied a? abo.e She lias first rate accommodations for c ibiu, second cabin, aim steerage liassengers. me price 01 . i .uuiji' i> low, and raiIy application should be made on Nurd iuot of Maiden l.aiie, or to W. St J. T. TAPSCOTT, ' >21 ec 13 Peck Slip, corner South street. FIRST PACCKKT FOR NKW ORLEAN'SWTTjfV ' splendid fast hiiItng jvacket ship ARKANSAS, JMUMhM' '1!'' llurgess, sails positively as above, Iter regular Tin" accommodation! of this ship for cabin, second cabin and steerage passengers, are such a* cannot fail to insure comfort to litem during the voyage, and the price of iwssage is very low, fur which immediate application should lie made on board, loot of Wall street, or to \V. St J. T. TAPSCOTT, 43 Teck slip, corner South st Who will hare a continuation of regular first class packet!, as heretofore, to New Orleans, Mobile, Savannah and Charleston, every week, throughout the season. Passaic, as usual, at the t cry lowest rate*. (21 ae X>-ic I' OR NKW OKLKANS The last sailing slop jHwyPOWHATTAN, Captain Stone, will meet witn 4MnBta<lesp.itcli. A few more second cabin and steerage psrsengers can yet be accommodated, at the lowest rates, if iinnie diate application is made on board the .ship, at Murray's wharf, or to JOHN HKROMAN, CI South sr. N. B.?The subscriber will despatch lirst class .ships weekly for New Orleans, by which prusage can be secured at tin- lowest rates. s23 Itr FOR NKW ORLKA NB?Louisiana and New W3p5V^'"i'< Liu-?To succeed the Arkansas?The last sailAMWlksaoiK packer MI9SISSIrPI, Captain Millard, will ! ail as above, |. or I re ik lit or paaiage, having handsome furnished accommodations, apply on board, at Orleans wharf, foot of lY all street, or to I'. K. COLLINS 8c CO, M South Street. Agent* in New Orleans, Hullen Kc Woodruff, who will promptly fm w aid nil goods to their address. i!9r i- MKOULAR LINK FOR NKW ORLEANS? Packet ?'f atjij*'l;t ?The Splendid last sailing packet JMMMKaiship t ASI I A N, Capt. S. R. I stten, sails positnely as above. '1 lie accommodations of this ship for cabin, second cabin slid steerage passengers are such as cannot fail to secure every comfort to passengers duriug the voyage, and the price of passage is very low; for which immediate application should be made ou board, at pier M East River, toot of Joues lane, W. ?c J. T. TAPSCOTT, 43 Peck slip, corner South street. Who have also regular lirsf class imckcts sailing m usual ro Mobile, Savannah and Charleston, every week, throughout the i I'.I.S IH-* S > ?"'!al at the very lowest rates. s>lOr h Pit NKW OKLK VNS-Despitch Lin. I;.- , WTTTrVlir packet i f Lite 1st October?The splendid packet .BMMKa-hip TUSKINA, Cal'lain $pancer, burthen 110 tons, Mill i siiively sail as above Having sii|>erior accommodations liir cabin, second cabin and steerage passengers, |<ersons wishing to secure berths should make crly application on board, (not of burling slip, or to JOHKI H McMl'll" W, IM Pine street, *22 corner of South. ???- FOR SALE?Tin well known coppered and copWfTtVi*'1' fastened ship SYLV ANL S JLNKlNS. de\ mour, JkU(b:? Ster, burthen old regisiei Si tons, carries IINI.IMM lbs. of cotton from Mobile, w is built in thi City by Janios Morgan for Samuel llicks & Co. under the inspection of Josiuh Macy?her apron ttainom and top timbers of live oak and ???? E NE NEW SUMMER ARRANGEMENT NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA KAI .KOAD LINE DIRECT, i Via Nbwab*. Newbrlnswick, Princkton, Thkntok, Leaviug New i nrk dail from ilii* f >t of < ourtlandt it. MoniMKLimatSA. M ? Mail Pilot Line at P. M. 1 lie Morning; Line proceed* to Bordeutown, from thence by steamboat to Philadelphia. Kvaniuf Line proceed* direct to Camden (opposit* to rhiudt'lphia) without change-of cars. Passengers will procure their tickets at the office foot of I guulandt street, wliete a commodious suamboat, will be in t^adi'iea* with baggage crates ou board. Ihiltdelphia baggage crates are conveyed from city to city, wihoiit lieiug oiiened by the way Kach train is provided with a car in which are apartments and dressing rooms expressly for the ladies' use. Returning, the lines leave Philadelphia from the foot of Walnut street, by steamboat to Bordejitown at 7 o'clock, A. M. and by railroad from Camden, at 5 o'olock, P. M. The lilies for Baltimore leave Philadelphia at 7>? A. M., and I P. M. being a continuation of the line* from New York. jy28 3m*ec NEW" JERSEY RAILROAD AND TRANS PORTATION COMPANY KAHK RKDUCKD^TO TWKNTY-KIVK CENTS. From the foot of Courtlandt street, New York. ( Kvery day?Sundays excepted.) Leaves New York. Leaves Newark. At 8 A.M. At 2 f. M. At 7 AM. At Vi P. M. 9 do. 3 do. 8 do. do. 11 do. 4 do. 9 do. 5s do. r Aur. A.>U P 11C.1UUI lie.i;iJc.w. _MTj at| REGULAR MAIL LINK?KOR TRO?^ffHL?3?VlDKNCE AND BOSTON, via. STON 5E3B3LlN(iTON AND NEWPORT?Compowd of tli? following superior steamers, running in connection with '.he Stonington and Boston anil Providence Kailroails MASSACHUSETTS, Cant. Comstock. RHODE ISLAND, Capt Thayer. PROVIDENCE. NARRAOAN8ETT. MOHEGAN. On* of which will leave New York daily (Sundays excepted) from Pier No. 1, B.itterv Place, N. River, at i P. M. ARRANGEMENTS. The RHODE ISLAND, Captain Thayer, on Monday, and Wednesday for Stoniufftou and Newport, and Friday for Stonington. The MASSACHUSETTS, Captain Comitock, on Tuesday and Thursday for Stoniuglou, and Saturday for StouiugU>n, Newport and Trovideuce. Passengers, on the arrival of the steamers at Stonington, will be immediately forwarded iu the splendid and commodious Cars of the Railroad to Providence and Boston, and if for Newport will pioceed in the steamer Mohegan (in superior orler) from thenc? at 6 o'clock the following morning. thus giving lliem an^opportun'ty of a night's rest ou board the steam'r Massachusetts or Rhofle Island, and then breakfast ou board the Mohegan. Tlie above steamers have been thoroughly equipped and prepared to promote celerity of travel and the comfort and security of passengers, and not surpaesed :by auy iu the Uuited States. Kor passage or freight, which is taken at very reduced rates, vpply ou board, at north side of pier No. 1, 2 2 Broadway, or ollice of Samuel Devean, freight agent, on the wharf. Tickets for the route ana ste?mers' berths o?.u be secured on board, or at the olfice of HARNDEN fc CO.. No. J Wall street On and after the 10th uist, freight will uot be received iua forwarded after half-|iast 4 P. M. m9 6m* m /mm STAT EN ISLAND KERRY, KOOT WHITEHALL ST.?The meamboats l lff g.STAT KN ISLANDER and SAMSON will run as follows until further notice :? Leave New York 8, 9, 10, 12, 2, 3X, 5, 6. Leave Staten Island 8 9, 10, 12, 2, 5. 6. ire at the risk ot the owners thereof. ib r Tmm OA NEW ARKANOEMENT K(JlI ^lTjtHL?3? SHREWSBURY?Long Branch. Sa.idy ^K^^33GZ?Hook, Ocean ll?n? ami Katontown Landing. The new Steamboat SHREWSBURY, Captain John *. Oorliea. will now run a* follows, on and alter Thursday, 37th inst leaving New York, from the loot ?f Robinson street, rery Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 10 o'clock, A, M. And Katontown Landing on Monday, Wednesday and Kriday, it I" o'clock, A. M. . . , The Shrewsbury will run as above, weather permitting, uu| til further notice. All baggage at the risk of the owner*. Knre 37 H cents. N. B.?Stages will be in attendance to convey passenger from the aforaaaid landing places to any pan of the county re '"'The Shrewsbury will go the inner passage, when practicable. jelir NEW YORK AND KINGSTON STEAM FilEIOHT AND PASSAGE LINE. Kor Kingston, anc Del.iw.ire and Hudson Canal?steamboats EMERALD and NORThe EMERALD, Captain John Ketchain, will loave New York, foot of Murray street, every Monday and Thursday ill 5 ? w'frt'leave Kingston (Ron-lout landing) every Wednesday uid Saturday at 3 o clock, P. M. .. The NORWICH, Captain John Samuels, will leave New York, foot of Warreu street, every Wednesday and Saturday at 5 o'clock, P. M. .... ... j Will leave K agston (Rondont lauding) every Tuesday and Friday at 3 o'clock, P. M. _ EXTRA TRITS. The EMERALD will leave the foot of Murray strwt every Sunday morning at 7 o'clock. Returning, leaves Kingston at * o'clock, same day. For freight or passage apply on hoard, or to WILLIAMSON, BARLOW fc CO.. all 3m?r 1>.I \V -.1 street. * WJl jOk FOR KKVPORT AND MIDDLETOWN 1^?POINT. Daily, (Sundays eicepled,) touchA>aAJLinu at Seguiue s Dock, Staten Island ? On and after Monda), July 31st. the steamer ROCKLAND, Captain Crawford, will leave Middh-town Point on Monday. Tilesdavs, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, at lull-put one o'clock (tide permitting.) and Key|iort at 2 o'clock I'. \1 Heturning, leave New Vork. loot of RoWn.on stwvt, o i Tue?days, Wednesdays, I hursdays and Fridays, at 8 o'clock A. M. and Saturdays at 2 P. M. Stages will he in readiness on the arrival of the boat to convsy passengers to F reehold or any part of the country. I'nilorm conveyances on Target Excursions, Parties of pleasure will be taken to and from Kort Hamitton or Kc\ |>ort al re,uouabl# pricea. *2lllm*m 0gL_ NEWARK AM) NKW VOKK -Kui T**rr3r'"'lv "SJ l>qU !?TIm? ipleiidid meaincr PAS JEMsJHSKattAlC, nftrr June 6th, will run tu follows :? Lravr till- loot of Barclay iWet,! New Vork, ?t 10 A. M., *nd 4 ptm. Le.ives the foot of Cratre ttrrrt, Newark, at 7XA.M, ant ^TlH^ocoinrnodationi both for patten^er* and freight han been |i really improved. kreight carried at rerv low rat??. _ jvt? lm*e? OUOAK?2lhhd?. Tfry prime New Orleans VuKara, landiui iur -hif o,",i?e rf<sa!i!i?* .*?..?... 5W do. 10^? do. 7J, do. 6>s do. 932 do 8 do. ON SUNDAYS. Krom the foot of Courtlandt street. Leave* New Yrtrk Loaves Newark. At 9 A. M. and \% P. M. At I2K P. M. and 9X P. M. NKW YORK, ELIZABETH TOWN. Leaves New York. Leave* Elizabeth Town At 8 A.M. At 3 P. M, At 7? A.M. 3>,' P. M. 9 do. 4 do. 8>? do. 7 do. 11 do. 4W do. 10 do. 9^? do. 5>i do. 12 do. The trains for Westlield, Plainlield, Roundbrook, Somrrfille. Sir., connect w ith the 9 A. M., and P. M. ; trains from New York daily, Sundays excepted. Fare between New York and Elizabeth Town 25 cents. Fare between do. and Snmerville, 75 cents. NEW YORK AND RAHWAY. Leaves New York. Leaves Rahway. At 8 A. M At 3 P.M. At 7 A.M. At. P. M 9 do. 4 do. 8 dit. X do. 11 do do. OH do. 9 do. 63jj do. llji do. NEW ITOUK AND NEW BRUNSWICK. Krom foot of Courtlandt street, New York, daily Leaves New York. Leaves New Brunswick. At 9 A. M. At 4 P. M. At 6 A. M. At 11)4 A.M. do. 7# ?i?- * M. ON SUNDAYS Leaves New York Leaves New Brunswick. At 9 A. M. and 4JK P. M. At 11)^ A M? and 8yt P. M. Fare, except in the Philadelphia trains, betweeu New York and New Brunswick. 50 cents. Between New York and Rahway, _ 25 cents. Passengers who procure their tickets at the ticket office, receive a ferry ticket gratis. Tickets are received by the conductor o?)y on the day when purchased. an 19 r PEOPLE'S LINK OK STEAMBOATS fllM^I ij"1'"" ALBANY-Daily at 7 o'clock P. M.JLJB3LThrough direct?Krom tne steamboat pier betweeu Courtlandt and Liberty streets. Sunday excepted. The steamboat KNICKERBOCICER.Capt. A. P. St. John, will leave Monday, Wednesday and Friday Evenings, at seven o'clock. Steamboat ROCHESTER, Capt. A. Houghton, will leave Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 7 P. M. At 5 o'clock P. M.?Landing at Intermediate Places. Steamboat SOUTH AMERICA, Capt. L. W. Brainard, will leave Monday, Wednesday, and Friday afternoon, at J o'clock. Steamboat NORTH AMERICA, Capt. M. H. Truesdell. will leave Tuesday, Thursday aud Saturday Evening, at live n'clock. Passengers taking this Line or Boats will at all times arrive in Albany iu ample time to take the Morning Train of Cars for the east or west. The above boats are new and substantial, are famished with neat, and elecaut State Rooms, and lor speed aud accommodations are unrivalled on the Hudson. For Passage or Freight, apply on hoard, or to P. C. Schnitz at the office <<n the wliarf. s23 r SEVEN O'CLOCK MORNING "LINK fip!S5*i?3*FOR ALBANY, TROY, and intermedin^ JmLm?JBCmK-L jiiIHies? Fr? m the ste.imboat pier, at tlie root of Barclay street. Breakfast and L)ini.?r on board. Leaves New York?Tho Empire on Monday, Vr^nesday \nd Friday. The Troy ou Tuesday. Thursday and baiurday, at 7 A. M. Landing at?Caldwell's, West Point, Newburgh, Hampton, Poughkeepjie. Hyde Park. Rhineheck, U. Red Hook. Bristol, Uatskill, Hudson, Cossack ie and Hiuderhook. The new low pressure steamer EMPIRE, Captain S. U. Roe, on Wednesday, at 7 o'clock iu the morning, Aug. 16. The new low pressure steamer TROY, Captam A. Gorham, on Thursday, at 7 o'clock in the morning, Aug 12. For passage, apply at the office, foot ol Barclay street, or o? board. Notice.?All Goods, Freight, Baggage, Bank Bills, Specie, or any other kind of Property, taken, ship|>ed, or put ou board the Boats of this Line^nust be at the risk of the owners of such goods. auIfi r INDKl'ENDENT REGULAR Ol'POSIfl^JML?5?TION NIGHT LINE FOR ALBANY Si SE^SCZ.TROY-TlirpuKh Direct, without Landing ? The commodious aud substantial steamboat PORTSMOLi H, Capt. O. House, will leave New York from the foot of Barclay ?treet, on Moudays, Wednesdays and Fridays; and will leave Albany and Troy on Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, and will continue these trips for the season. Freight taken at reduced rates. Apply on board. P. S.?The above boat has uudergoue a thorough repair, ana is in first rate order. ?2_ lm*r Mi l ^ SEVEN O'CLOCK EVENING LINE for ALBANY AND TROY direct, without 3Kwi3iiC3E-laudiiut?the splendid low pressure steamboat SWALLOW, Captain A. IvlcLeau, will leave the foot of Courtlaudt street every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday evenings, at 7 o'clock, for Albany direct. The Swallow has a large uumber of state rooms,and for speed and accommodations is uot surpassed on the Hudson. au8 ec MEW ARRANGEMENT. L.JKLJL-i.? .1 1 W YO r YORK, MONDAY MOR nr\t> o * t n I rua onjjr., ATC.H. DARLING'S. 74>i Maiden Imp and 5 Liberty street, the cheapest mid best selected stock of FRENCH, ENGLISH He GERMAN FANCY GOODS, Consisting of Needle*, Comb*, Cutlery, Pius. Brushes, Jewelry, Hooks and Eye*, Perfumery, Steel Pen*, Plated Thimbles, Razors, Strop*, ke. With all other article* included in the above line. C. H. D. would atate for the benefit of Country Merchant*. Pedlar* and other*, who may please to call, that all (foods in the above hue will be sold ou the mod favorable terms. an2< lm*r TO TUB LADIES. "plNGLETS, FINE AND WIRE CURLS, BRAIDS, ? Frizelte*, Plain Bauds, Bows, Heail Dresses, Net Cajta, Shell Combs, and other Ornament* suitable for decorating La dies' Head*. M. LARUE, Manufacturer und Wholesale Dealer, 103 ("anal, corner of Vnrick, have now on hand a large, new and splendid assortment of the above articles, which they are selling at greatly reduced prices. They are of the latest fashions, and are manufactured in a superior manner, in their new olid peculiar style, inipaiting a beautiful rich lustre to the hair, and a durability to the curl, unattained by any other manufacturer. Old Curls altered to any pattern, and made to look like new, at a trilling expense. A liberal allowance made to retailers. *19 lm*r ?pO MILLTnK119, 4cc.?CARL KING, the celebrated Tus1 can Hat Manufacturer, most resivctftilly inform* hi* kind friends and patron* that In* has associated himself with Mr, Joseph Lyon, (late from Paris) and have established themselves at No. 37 John street, (under the firm of Lyon St King) where they have a most splendid assortment of Pari* Millinery Articles, suitable for the ensuing season. The above stock consists of an elegant assortment of Puscan and Straw llats, rich Silk Velvets, rich Velvet Itihhoiis, Lutestring and Satin Hil>bons,all fall colors?French Flowers, Feather*) an entire new *lyle of Silks, and every other article in the Miliuery line, Messrs. L. St K. would also state that the above goods have been purchased lor cash (direct Irom tlie manufacturers) and will be sold at a small advance on cost to those who may he pleased to favor them with a calll. 16 lm*r LYON fct KINO, 37 John ?t., N. Y, A CARL) TO THK LADIF.S, ANKW Patent Invention. comhininK elegance and economy, ill Ladies' dress, habit, pelisse lilting and inakiug, 63 Market street, between Hamilton and Cherry si reels. Ladies' dreates cut upon the above principle, guaranteed a jierfect and elegant lit, with infallible accuracy, which is so highly essen tial in producing faultless garments, also made with neatness and despatch, and in strict conformity with the latest Parisian and London fashions. Ladies measured at their residence if required. Ladies taught the above invaluable ait, and rights of the invention to be dis(>osed of, by the practice of w hich the advertiser has realized a very handsome income, and lustructiou acquired in two easy lessons?terms moderate. Wanted Immediately?4 apprentices and2 improvers. s 11 1 in * m U. M. PEYSER^to CO., VTO. 110 William street, coruer of John street, and 437 Broad L' way have received, by recent arrivals, nu extensive supply of the following FANCY GOODS, winch were carefully selected by a competent person at Paris, Berlin, Sic., and which they offer for sale, in wholesale and retail, on liberal terms, viz:? Berlin Zephyr and Oerman Worsted?the most complete assortment. Berlin F.mbroidery Patterns?a choice selection. Canvass for tmbroidejy, of cotton, worsted, linen, lilk, gold and ,, iver, of all widths and qualities. Silk Chenille, for embroidery, trimming and flower making. Purse Twist, German, Freuch and Kngl ish, plain and shaded, in skeius, sticks, and on spools. Floss Silk for Embroidery and Fringe makers, in skeins and on spools. Suspenders, superbly embroidered, and Suspender Trimmings. Gold, Silver and Steel Beads, in all No*. Mother of Pearl, Gold, Silver and Steel Purse Ornament*. Gold and Silver Fringe, Braid, Cord, Twist, Thread and Tassels. Embroidery Frames, and a variety oi different Fancy Articles. Artificial Flower*?a choice (election. Fringes, of cottou, worsted and silk, imported and domestic Gimps, Tassels, Buttons and all other kiud of trimmiug. jv 17 3m*ec A BRA HAM KASTOR, importer, No. 393 Broadway, lias just received Dy [lie steamers (jrent western anu urittiini t, anil also by the Havre packets, a line and large assortment of new style Silk Bullion Fringes, Oeimps, Coras, Tassuls, Buttons; lil.ick silk Trimming Lace, Thread Laces, a kiwi variety of 1" rench Embroideries, such m Infant*' Dresses and Waists, Chemoisettes, (Collars, Linen Pocket Handkerchiefs, Thread Lace Veils,Thread I'oiuts, Silk Blond Trimming Lame. Fancy Ball Dresses, and every description of Gloves, Mits, and Cull's. Also, Bags, Purses, and Linen Thread < ips. Also, alar?e assortment ol Worsted Cloaks, llabits and Caps for ladies and children, and many other articles, too numerous to describe?all of W Inch he offers at reasonable prices, at v bflllllh and retail, s 13 Im'r FERGUSON & KEID, COMMISSION M E 11 C HANTS, 81 TCHOPOUTLAS St. N. ORLEANS. NB.?Particular attention |>aid to the receiving and for warding of goods- Refers to YEATMAN Si CO., New Orleans, McMOKAN 8l McM ECllAN. Louisville ffsU 6t*r lion. THOS. W. WILLIAMS, New London. ARCHER'S FALL FASHION, FOR GENTLEMEN'S HATS, AUTUMN?1813. NOW ready for sale and ins|iection at his old stands, 204 and ZoO Greenwich street. T. S.?Also, an elegant assortmeet of men's, boys' and children's cairn, of entile new patterns sll lin'ft TO~TH niu BLIC. The lirm heretofore known as GENIN VAN VRANKEN, HATTERS, Haviug been dissolved, the subscriber, JOHN N. GENIN, Has opened A HAT AND CAP STORE, No. 90 BROADWAY. Third door from Wall street. JN. O. bees simply to state his determination to use his best exertions to make a HAT that for >|uality ol material and beauty of finish cannot lie excelled. He therefore trusts to receive from Ins friends and the public that support which will enable him successfully to carry out his designs. JOHN N. GENIN, Hatter, iH lm'm 90 Broadway, 3d door above Wall st. SHIRT MANUFACTORY'," AND GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING STORE, LIQ MAIDEN LANE.?Jnst received the latest and most Ow approved Freuch pattern shirts. A general assortment of shirts, under garmeuts, hosiery, cravats, handkerchiefs, Sic. Shirts and under garments made up to order and repaired at short notice. For sale, a Counting House Desk, with three drawers and book rack. WM. COLLINS. au20 lm*r iu i nr. MiDuiu. d!? "I f\f\ TO 85000.?Mr. Francis R. Crump, Watch Maker, ?]P 2IH Grand street, l?egs to inform iiis friends Mid the P'lblic, that 111 de| mi dent of the Watch business, he is prepared to make advance* in ca?h on gold and silver watches,diamond*, silver tea sets, spoons, forks, and every description of gold or silver ill any sh ipe, intended for immediate sale, ('ash to any amount paid for old gold anil silver. Watches of every description repaired and warranted. 248 Grand street. sll 3m*r llTATVHKt,?The largest and most splendid assortment ol " Watches in the city, is to be found at the subscriber's.? As he is constantly receiving all descriptions of Gold and Silver Watches, of the uewest styles, direct from tin manufacturers, iu England, France, and Switzerland, he is enibled to offer a larger assortment, and at much less price*, at reuil, than any other house iu the city. Gold watches .is low as $20 to 925 each. Watches and jewellery exchanged or bought. All walches warranted to keep good time, or the money returned. Watches, clocks and jewnllery reiwired in ihe best manner, ud warranted lower than at any other place in the city G. C. ALLKN, importer of watches and jewellery, s7 lm*M Wholesale and retail. 10 Wall street, np stairs. __ INDIA TEA COMPANY. 188 CANAL stekkt, NKWYORK. NCOURAGF.D by the satisfaction given since the opening ^of their establishment respectfully invite the attention of merchants and families to tlieir ample stock of superior Teas and Coffee, purchased for cash, by one of llw lirm, Ion* e\i>erienced iu the trade^ anil for years an inspector of Te.is imported by the fcast India Tea Company, of London. They confidently recom mend them, not only as the best in quality, but as chea|>er, fro 10 to 15 l>er cent than can be had elsewhere. All ortlersproinptl and faithfully ejecuted. s8 lm*m UNITED STATES TEA EMPORIUM, 121 lot* 129 Chatham ntrret, New York. And 116 Fulton street, Brooklyn AOIEWCT, 3IS Blkilckkr STRKKT, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, ThV CANTON TEA COMPANY continue to offer for A sale new and fragrant Teas of every variety and style.? Their assortmeut specially includes the most delicions and powerful grades of Green and Black. Every package bears the stamp of neatness nnd elegance, and the Teas therein are so thoroughly secured I'rorn light and air, that their quality and power will remain unimpaired in any climate. Their system of prosecuting business is, |<erha|>s, scarcely to beeicelled. it is founded upon the utmost regard to the rights ol the customer, especially with respect to weight and quality, and Unrivalled cheapness. All purchasers are called upon to return any articles which lail to give them the utmost satisfaction, which ine nullify will or cneerioiiy win pmiopuy iriniium. vuuiiiijr merchants, public establishments, heads of families, mid nhi|>m inters will lin<l it a decided ailvanUt<e lo supply themselves from tliii establishment. liKHt'iNK Java OorriCf: routed every day. Orders from nil parts of the United States eiecuted with promptitude and despatch. lf>- The only warehouse in America for the tale of Honnnv? celebrated Black Tea. an2S lm*m <? RKAT IVImoVEMENT IN KHICTION MAT* HK8. H^IIE SUPKRLATIVfc MATCH.mil* without brimstone i- or other deleteivous or offensive iiiKredisut?au article that is actually water-proo1' and no mistake?is now n.aile and sold by Uie proprietors of?. patent lately obtained, at No. 101 Bleecker street, New York. The?e matchas iunite with easa and certainty in all we.ithers and climates, and Tiurn with a brilli int tlam*. for more than a inmntc, and that too in a vertical position,so that several l?iters may le- se.il?d Willi was by til* lilar.e of one of tliein. 'I'he> nun lay in water lor many hours and yet iguite, and wheu the wood is dry' burn as before. Some are saturated in perfumed was,aiul exhale an agreeable odor instead of the esecrable and unhealthy effluvia of the brimstone match. Orders and communications may be addressed to O. BOWKN, Anient for the F.itentees, at No. 161 Blercker st.N.Y N B.?None sold or delivered to h.iwkers s7 1111 r WM. T. J E N NINOS & CO. nrAPKHS AND TAILORS, 2:11 Brosd way, Americas Hotel, opposite the Koiiutmu, soli-it attention to au njsort* ineni of seasonable goods, including < otha, Cassimerea. \ eatings, Sw.. tu all the new aud various stvl-s, n..der tin. assurance ihat tlie system of " small profits and quick returns," which hi* elicited so liberal a patronage, will be cintinued, while our urMtnemo ils ne such as will enable us to All all orI
der* in future with promptness. A teature iu the establishment, which must commend it to I those r .iniriim articles for ii.nnediate use, is the nddilion to our atoru, of an aaaortm 'at of tint iiuality ready mule Uu^ mwti, consisting of Surtouts, Krock*, Dress Coat*, P?nt?loon?, V*?ts, OlIW (,o?u, 1 rivellints K rocks, Dressiug Uowns, ke A choice collection ol riilk anil ttntiu Scarfs, Cravats, Handkerchiefs, (Jloyea, 8usi>etider?, Hosiery, Under Shirts, Drawer*, | Muslin Shirts, Collars, ke. At prion which mmt offer inducement* to purchaser* I jyl? 3tn*ec t T0 TUB LOVRKS OK 8UPKRIOR BLACK TEA.? A Howijua's Mi store.?This extremely delicious and tin parailed Tea, so highly celebrated in China and Kurope, ju.it imported. la now lor sale at the Canton Te* (company's Oene[ ral Tea Katahliahin-nt, 121 Chatham atrwt, New York, and 116 Kultou itreot, Brooklyn?tn iwck*<es- Price 50 cent* and II ?*ch. auN im*r RK E NING. SEPTEMBER 25, BEACON COURSE?TEOTlUlO. ^ MUtll'A I , 4din?rilW ? I lirr-r in'ir Iirus ill harness, with all inside stake of $250?half forfeit. II. WoodruH names b. g. Dutchman. Oeo. Spicer names b. k. Americus. Win. Wheel an names b. g. Ripton. sl7 !H*ec ASTOR ILOllSK. '"PHE subscribers will lie happy to arrange with families ami A siugle gentlemen for tlie winter i also with parties of single gentlemen, who may prefer a private talile, on reasonable terms. slStoctl COL KM AN St STETSON CARI.TON HOU~8E~ ^HE 8UBSCRIBKRS are prepared to make arrangements 1 with families and single gentlemen for the winter or by the year, upon reasonable terms. The prices of this establishment are the name as heri tofore, Ti/.:$1 50 per day. , . BENSON Si HODGES. s3 lm*r XTOTKE TO FR?N< 57 AMERICAN AND OTHER CITIZENS.-UNION HOTEL, No. 16 Hector street, corner of Greenwich street.? P. Delainotte lias the honor to nform bis friend* and the public generally, that the |>artuership heretofore existing between the advertiser and J. Uounard, li.u beeu dissojved by mutual consent, and I hat be bis reopened his old establishment, situate as above which has been occupied by hi in for the past live years. 1 he Union Hotel has been thoroughly repaired ai d renovated, and now contains as complete and comfortable sitting and lodging rooms as can Iw found in tha city. The cooking department is conducted a la Kraucaise, and most amply supplied, w ithout regard to cost, and the prices charge.! to guests are in conformity with UW times. An excellent Table d'llole is ready every day at 3 o'clock,for which the moderate price of J1 cents only is charted. The advertiser holies that his past exertions and present desire to give satisfaction, will insure him the patronage of his fellow countrymen, and of all gentlemen who may wish to obtain capital fare and accommodation, at the least possible expense, si lm*ec STRYKllR'S HATVT r|MIE proprietors, thankful for the lilieral patronage lies to wixl J- thus far, lieg leave to inform, that ill addition to the usual at raction* of the place, they have engaged the celebrated Baud under the direction of Mr. G. Schneider, so well known for the universal satisfaction given by them at the United States Hotel, Saratoga, for the past two seasons, who w ill play every fair afternoon of Monday, Wednesday and Saturday, lor the balance of the season. s23 !w*ec BELMONT HOUSE -NEW BRIGHTON. P EORGE PEIRISS, ill returning his grateful ackuowledgmenu to the numerous ladies aud gentlemen w ho favored the above establishment during the past season, begs to announce that he has made every suitable arrangement lor the winter, to accommodate families and single boarders. The dining-rooms and dormitories will he found comfortably and elegantly furnished. The table will lie supplied with the clioiami llie will l?? I,I I l? ?..? 't'liu proximity of Belmont House to the city, with excellent steamboats plyiutr lit stipulated hours, tho well known attention of the host and civi lity of the &tteouanta, combined with the location, being within a step or the 1 andtiiK-pl ?re, renders this rstablishment the most social and conveuieut in the Uuion. Terms will be found exceediimly moderate. [T/3* Good stablina and coach houses attached to the pre*, mines. si'i lIV HAVANA MANSION HotTsL lluTK I, rIMlE undersigned lakes occasion to iiilVirm his friends nud J the public, that the Mansion House is now located in Inquisidor street, No. 67. in the vicinitj of the steamboat landing and vegetable market, having commodious family apartments, arranged in the neatest order. A |ierson is employed to procure permits to land passengers, baggage, Jtc. who will board vessels immediately after the visit o! the revenue officers. N. B.?Visitors to this Island should procure a passport from the Spanish Consul, at tlie port of embarkation, to obviate difficulties and inconvenience. s2l timec WILLIAM FULTON. IMPORTANT TO INVALIDS, &CT \7"ISITORSTO Til E ISLAND OK CUBA.?I'ROORKSS V HOTEL, in the village of Cerro, three miles from Havana. This establishment is "dvantageously situated, properly lilted up and attended, affording tlie benefit of a country life without excluding the comforts ami pleasures of tlie Capital, or preventing a timely attendance lo business. Every attention is promised by tlie owners tu meet the satisfaction of their visitors. ( HA.RUES. Boarding for a single person in one room $2 00 a day. " " two or three persons in one room* $1 50 a day each person. Wirli families a particular agreement may be entered into. N. B.?Omuibusses are running from morning 'till night betw een the Cerro and Havana, making the trip in half an hour. s21 Im MILLINERY. TV4 RS. N. FURLONG. Successor to A. J. ENGEL, foriVL ?,erly Mrs. A. A. MOTT. No. 4t>3 BROADWAY, and 12B? HOW KKY, will open at. Broadway, PARIS 1f ALL SlILLlNKKY, on Tuesday *2f?tli inst. <18 Iw * m ( i()MK TO iN<iKUS'>LL~S VI UK AT HO AT AM) (>\K v-' BAZA A IIS?At this establishment can he found ev*wy description ?if Boats that the ingenuity of man can suggest. Look at what he has done and then judge of what he can do. At his iMtablishmeiit was built tfv followiutr unrivalled boats..vkt: ?The Swift Snre of New Foundland: the sixteen foot silling Dinky Troubler; the Komp of Ilurlgate, and the Paul Pry. The row boats lleurv Stark, which wou 2'J races ill Jli inonths; the nobh' ('iinbria; thf (J. W. Chapman: tin-forty loot racer for the United States ship.Ohio; the barge Empress (or Klorid i; the bran* mounted gig Ncptun? for Tampico Bay, ami a host of others equally great Oars, Sweeps au<l Scolls?Tliii new branch of bis business is truly worthy tof attention. Look at the price*, only three ami four I*'iire a foot. All the sculls for racing dressed by the proprietors own hands. Those that won the last race can now be seen at his office. Sixty Boats always on hand. Visit his Bazaars ll you desire .1 treat. All work delivered free of charge. 0. L. INOKIUSOLL, lOH and 111 Water and 111 C herry streets?solo proprietor. i2l ltn*r A A. 8AMANOS otters for sale, at No, 6 Wall st, 10 lihdi Muscovado Sugar, and t 15 bans of Cofl'ee, lauding from briic T -t u7., from St. Jago In Store? 10 hhds Sun cured Muscovado Sugar suitable for refincn 1 boxes white Sugar, free labor 18 bales superior Ouisa Tobacco, suitable for manufacturers. 350,m. Segars, of Lord Byron, Woodf 1 ie,aml a variety of other brauds. WANTED?A Cooper, and a Mil wright that understands carpenter's work, to go to St Jagod'v^uba; must be single and of temperate habits. Applyasabov' sKlin'r PATENT ELASTIC^ SHOULDER BRACE. TIIE, SUBSCRIBERS (offer, with full confidence in its utility and usefulness, the above named article. This article is intended to brace the shoulders, support the hack, ami expand the chest, giving a graceful outline to the figure, and will be f< mid indispensable (to persons of sedentmry habits. 1'areuu and iQiraiiM ire pavtk nl urlj to tuniofl tins lir.KTI it Will l?< toil 11 <1 to IMSM'S-i ? \.T\ n*lllHlt?' l|IMllt\ loi which it is ffCQBiHidM, namely?to mbmtheehonlderp of children and others who have acquired the habit of stooping, 111.1 Rtain their form in iQ nprifht position They can be wprn with ; being fornea with iui eleftic neck, and will lie found of no impediment to the fit* use of the arms. The sulx??riU*'rs also oII'it Hp n I- In hi ashe Spring. R*S*i i OT Riding Belt. The kbtfre articles are manufactured under the 1 imii 1I1 ite inspei tion of Mr* PinelUi who net been engaged in the business for tlie last sixteen years, and may be depended on as superior to any article effcr offered for the same purpose. Sold wholesale and retai I at the old establishment of I'ARSKLLS & AOATE. 2.*I7 Broadway, corner of f'ark Place. N. B.?L\dies will be supplied and fitted by calling at the residence of SlADAMK I'AllSKLLS, 402 Greenwich street, between Hubert and Lairht st rvef. s2.'? Z3t*ec OT1CE.?OENTLEMEN'8 CAST-OKK CLOTHINO PURCHASED, and the highe.it price |>aitl for them. Per11)111 having the above articles, and wishing to dispose of tlieni, will do well by calling on the subscribers. j. VVlLSON Si CO. 3 Courtlandt St. N. Y. A line through the Post Ollice or otherwi*e will be punctually KMM to. Dying, Scouring and Repairing in all it* branches Clothing bought, sold and taken in exchange. s2l lw*r ~ HA RPSl T K. BROWNE Ji CO. Manufacturers of the Improved " Patent Double Action Harp, by Royal Letters Patent, London?established 1810, (many years with Krard,) No. 385 Broadway und 73W Chambers street, New York. J. F. Browne offers for sale at 38i Broadway, the finest collection of Ihese beautiful instruments in the United States. Ills arrangements are such a* to enable him to transact business at KuroiHMii prices, thereby saving purchasers the high duties im|K)sedhy tin ff on these instruments. J. K. Browne would observe these Harps are constructed on the most approved principles, with all the modem improvements, are tuietjuall'd in brilliancy ol' tone, fineness of loach, and perfectness of mechanism. Particular care is taken to tit them for the eitreines of climate in this country, in which respect they will be found f?r superior to any of European manufacture imported in the usual way. These ll.irpsare patronised by the elite of musical taste and professional talent in Europe; among the latter, lie would mention N. C. Bocbst, who invariably selects from this establishment. The attention of professors in thin country i* solicited. Lists of prices and descriptions may be forwarded by |?>st. ii' pairing carefully attended to; Harp* taken in exchange. Strings, Sic. *21 Itn'r J. JJOKIA'S CHEAP DYEING ESTABLISHMENT. MR. SOlllA begs leave respectfully to inform his friend* anil the public ill general that owing to the decreased state of the tim-s, he h->s reduced his price J5 per cent below the regular charges. Ladies wishing their snmmer dre*se*, shawls, Sic. dyed or W d, will li.id it much to their advantage by paving hi in a visit, (ienllemen will also do weJI to call with such article* 01 wearinil ipparri ?a may neeu uyeinx or prt lunik, aii umm will be ininctu ill v attended to, and tlie articles dour up iu the beat ilyb si Soris'a establishment, No. 4H0 Pearl st.1 11 in branchea are at No 117 Bleecker at., No 332 Bowery, Ami at 317 Grand ft. Alio * branch at <9 Kulton >1. Brooklyn, and at Newark, N. J., corner of Broad ?t, and WaAhinifton Place. Merchants rait hare all kiuda of goods dyed and put up in theiroriRinal forma, and on moderate terms. Principal officetyfl Pearl it. anW 3m "ec CASH HAKDWAKK A L V H E I) K. LAIIIIAV K . IMPORTER OF HARDWARE AND CUTLERY, No. 210 < ich, cormr Barclay street, IS NOW OPENINfi a com pit lc auortment of goods in hii line which he oilers at wholesale or retail on the lowest t?rn.s that they cm be purchased at in thi? city Agent for Coolers' < Jltie. Country merchants will please favor him wilha call previous ?o making pnrcha*e?a anjg lm*r MRS. HCHELTEMA, (Simi .I us Broadway. respectful|y inform* her customers and the ladies generally, that ahe haa Jtitl received by late arrivals from Pans, and will ii|arn on Tuenlay, 2t>th ilist. a moat splendid asaortmert of the choicest FRENCH OOODS, consisting of Millinery, Thread Lacea, comprising rich Thread Veil*, Scarfs, Barnes, low and high Neck I'elle inea, he.; F.inbrnidr-red < apea, Collars, Chemiaeta, Infant's Caps and 1)reaaes, sp.endid I'ocket lldkfa. Also, styles of goida for day and evming l)re.sea; Silk^. Moiua. l.unea, ui-w atyj? of Mantillea, Cloaks, he, fce together with a moat splendid assortment of Fancy Ooods? will he o|wn for inapeetion at the above named lime. an 1t*m TBA TR-AYs. TAttLE CUTL?K1,*c7 AW. SPIES h CO. 218 Pearl street, ar? now opnninc *i cuka of new and elegant iwtteriis of Tsa Trays, milmip ini everv variety of quality, color and sues, Irom eight to tin* AUo, W<l Rrnu lrorv Mlf tip and Hue hand! * Knirvi w<i Fori". Alio, <>u* cur new i?tUni? Crootar * Uu? Ftni Knirm. 1 'J i [ERA 1843. City lnt<-lllx<'lir<>. ATTtMariD Mubdkr.?Theuae ol the ki,ii?loivangr supposed or unintentional insult tin I private levenRe, i? as rapidly on (lie Increase in this city aa ut a l'orruei time in the citi?a*ol Naples or llivunu, and nought but somn severe example, dealt lortli liy our courts ol justice, will ever chock its progress. In accordance with this in ere use of assassin spirit, we are again compelled to notice another attempted murder w ith the iimj of the kuifc, that occurred on Saturday evening In the upper part of our city. Between the hour* 01 9 Hna in o'clock, one 01 the usual Hll'rays between a gang ol runner* to several fite companies, took place in the Hth Avenue near I7(K street, during; which a young man named Harry Drake wua se. vorely beaten, and taken to an apothecary atom in tho vicinity to have hii wound* dreaaed. Soon after, auoth* r young man, turned Abraham Barger, in cempany with three friend*. came passing by the corner where the difficulty had occurred, and leuming that Drake, with whom lie was intimate, had been injured, he made enquiry where ho hail been taken, and then walned with his associates to the shop of the apothecary. On reselling the iilaco be met anotuor acquaintance named Charles Krtdrrick hingprize, aud suspecting tor some cause that be had been concerned in heating Drake, he imprudently put his hand on his collar, Bint asked "where is the man who struck Drake!" IsiiiKpri/e made no r< ply hut drew a knile or some other harp in. strument, and atabbed Barger in the left side, in the vi. cinity ol the heart Burger immediately cried out "I'm slabbed," and Isingprize Hod in an instant, pursued by Thomas Mullen, who tailing over a heap of rtone*, was unable to overtake him. Dr. Nelson was immediately called ill to dress the wound, which was found to have been made )>y some sharp pointed indiument in the left side immrdiately beneath the sixth rib, anil had probably peuetrated the thorax. It bled piofusely, but whether the lungs Wile pierced or not it was impossible to till ? The symptoms yesterday morning were more favorable, but still i he situation of the young man is very precarious. Iaingprza was ajrested at his lodgings in Kith street, between Hth and P'h avenues, during the night, and when going to the wateh house, remarked to the officer wh o had him in custody, "It I liad taken my brother's advice, I would not have bjen iuthis muss." He was committed to prison lor examination,aud to await the result of his iiKSa*sin-likc act. The Coioner held an ante mortem examination yesterday, mid Barger related the particulars to the jury as above given, which were confirmed by llobert Voung, John Yo-ing, and Thomas Mullen, who were in company with him. The jury returned as a verdict "that Abraham B irger was stabbed wilfully in the side by a man known by the name of Charles Frederick Isingprize." New York Baknf.uat Tuistics ? The notorious fame of certain wrecker* of Bamegat, achieved some tew years sine*, has at last been trautf> rrvd to a gaugof fellows who hail from this city. A few days since, Daniel McKarlan, Mathew Gordon, Daniel O'Brien, Thomas Orphy, Louis Sou.s, Jmiies Bnggs and Charles Bennett, were engaged with others by Captain Ackerman to assist in removing the cargo, and getting nil'the ship Vespasian, Captain Barstow, that was run ashore outward bound, on Sunday the 17th instant, ten miles north ot Barnrgat, in a thick fog. Thecaigu, which was insured in this city lor twenty thousand dollars, was mostly removed in a damaged state, and the vessel got off and brought to this city on Saturday. Ou arriving here, it was lound that a quantity of boots, shoes, calicoes, caps, 8cc ., had been removed from the vessel without authority of the underwriters, and suspicion fulling upon these men, they were arrested by cons'uble ltuck!e,anda portionof tho property recovered, having been loumi in their possession, f hey were all fully committed for the present. Whksi: auk orn Ci rv Katiikhs/?The dwelling of John Mix, 187 Chambers street, was most mysteriously entered on Saturday, and robbed offOi in gold and silver coin and bank notes. Had we a patrol police such daring robberies would never he committed, except at midnight. Samahos Tuicat.u.?This popular dealer in segars and other little extras, at No. ? Wall street, was handsomely triokKl ou Saturday, oy some gemr<-? ramn, ? probably short ot chmge, am', therefore, desperate to make a raise. rhe genius whose inventive faculties were thin brought into play, very coolly stepped into the store of Samanos, and Hftrreiaminlng a variety ol sugars select ed u quarter box ol Keg^liae, at S>3 7.?, find requested them lie sent to the Cai lion House The rogue tnen Rave hii name is " Hodges ol the (,'arltm.," ?nd desired ^tha' a boy would be sent with them, bil l 11U0 tli n lie would take change lor a $10 note, as it would :?cconiir.i.into him. The toy depart?d on his course with the ? (r?r*. and $1 25 in change, and while proceeding up BrtiaUwe) , he wnsinet t>v the representative of Mr. Hodges, who told him to Kive hnn the change, and take the argar* to th* hotel, where Iik would nceive the money. The unsuspecting boy handed over the $6 in, auH pursued hi< way to the hotel, where he Celt moth cbagiiued to lind the real Mr. Hodges, who informed hnn that lie had not ordere-l the segars, uor knt,w nothing ot' any $llt note hting left there for Mr. H ttnanos. Tuv rogue is at large. Lookout for him, boys. Tiik Thcittino R?> r. between Dutchman, Americus, and Hipton comes oft over the Beacon f ourse this alter, nooo. Marine Court. Thomas H. Gunning vs. John Hurdtll.?A" we promised a day or two since, we now publish the el-u of Judge BHi:?*iji to the jury in this case, which ? in substance as inllows : ? This action, gentlemen, which bas taken up so much ol your time, was luought in this court as a simple ac tion of debt, lor the rtcovery of one month's tent, ninetythree dollars, due for the month of August now last past. The Plaintiff Uuuning, by a special lease, under s?al, let t? liurdell, the deiendant, for one year, the >1 welling house and furniture No. ?i0 flhambers street, corncr of Broadway, for the rent of $1126, payable monthly, reserving te himself several rooms in different puts of the house. Burdeli occupied two rooms for an office, and the residue of the premise* lor his wife and family. Totbis claim of the plaintiff, the defendant pleaded the gtueral issue, nnd gave notice of conduct by the plaintiffwith the wife of the d-ilviulant, amounting,as alleged, to an eviction. This - J Inn I pleaol eviction is ouen mini |ivku m nrnm ...... lords am) tenants lur rent. The plaintiff has seen lit to bring hii unit in thin court, as he hod a right to do, and tba defendant has the same rights under his plea, that he would have in fiiy other court. Doth ponies are dentists, and were co-partners in business, the defendant Burdeli having a family, and Gunning, the plaintiff, is a single man. The l?w of eviction of a tenant by his landlord is v. *11 settled and understood in this community. It consists of tws kinds , one a direct eviction, where the landlord expels thu tenant from the premises by force ; the other a constructive eviction, where thn landlord does some act by which the tenant is molested or disturbed in the quiet enjoyment of the premises. The leading case on this subject, wnich settled the law ol this State, is the one of Dyatt vs.Pendleton, reported in 8th Cowan, 7i7, and decided in the Court of fcrrors. In that case Tendletou let and leased to Dyatt the second story of the dwelling bouse in Broad street, corner of Beavi.r, lor the rent of $4i-> a year. The rent not being paid, Pendle. ton,the landlord, brought au action of covenant against Dyatt, the tei ant, In the Supreme Court ; and Dyatt, as in this case, pleaded the general issue and (in eviction. The circumstances were that the landlord introduced lewd women aud prostitutes into the lower rooms ol the house which he occupied, and continu. ed the practice from time to time, keeping company with them himself; and they with other men introduced for that purpose?making uso ol obscene language, and improper practice*, by which means the tenant's peace and quiet enjoyment were disturbed, and he compelle I,to avoid the lame, to abandon, anil did abandon the premises. The Court decided that although the conduct of the plaintiff was ot a most objectionanle nature, it only operated upon the moral seusu and teeling of the defendant, and not on his physical pow> r ? was not therefore an eviction. That there was no entry by the landlord into anil npon the apartmants demited to the defendant, and that he bad a remedy by resorting to the police. This decision was reversed by the Court of Krrors, who decided that such conduct of the landlord was a recoval ur constructive eviction, and justified the tenant in leaving the premises. ? ~ 1?- - u" ri>ni Th.it the landlord guarantees to his tenant a quiet enjoyment of the prcmiI fie*, ns the consideration hw is entitled to receive lor the rent he pays;and if he ii deprived ol tli.it consideration, by bt'iiii? molested by the landlord, ho cannot recover rent. That the idea that the tenant might hove a remedy in Home other way, dors not reach tho case where the Injury lias bet n aires ly inflicted. In the case now lielore in,there wag nn entry into the dwelling; part of the house occupied by the defendant, and whether plaintiff'entered by permission a* a boarder, or by virtue ot a privilege in the lease, he having reserved a roam on the iumn floor, and nenr the loom of do lendant and wife, is not material', it he abused that privilege he became a tie -spaper aiinitio. The law of the land, gentlemen, being thus swttled, and settled upon a salutary principle lor the protection ol virtue ainl domestic I' nnquillity, and the imninhment of vice, I do not hesitate lo express it as my opinion,that it a man enter into the demised premise* of hio tenant, and <g?in>t his will, is guilty ol an improper intimacy with his wile, alienates her affections from her hnsbani), a.id distuibs his peace and quit t enjiyment oftbe premise*, it H a constructive eviction, and a bar to the recovery ol rent. Itdestroys the consideration lorthercnt which the landlord is bound to give und not molest. The questiou, then, gentlemen, is presented for your consideration and decisio i?Has the defendant made out inch a case ns will amount to a constructive eviction ? There h^s been no direct evidence of a criminal inter course between plaintiff* and Mrs Bnrdell, nor I* it ne cessary to constitute an eviction. Nor are we trying fan action of aim con. any further than i' become* necestary to inquire into the act" ol the plaintiff'in rtis'urbing the domestic quirt of the de'endunt, and tn> erjovn ent of the premises. The counsel on l>oth skies have ?>t, lly gone over and repeated the evidence belnre von,'.lint it must he lre?h in )our recollection. 1 shall nut IL< teforo tuke up your time, ut this latn hour, io repeating it ThiiIren witnesses have been examined on the part ol the d< fend nit, who tend to pr.tvc generally the lolloping point*, viz: that on orahoiit 11th of August last some of thowit ne??e* communicated to defendant their opinion that hr would soon loiehis wile,end that Ounning, the plaintiff woiil.lh.ivc her, and related to him act* ni improper in timaey, a* stated on the trial?that plaiutiti wai ireu com' ing out of hrr bed room, and ihe out of hii adjoining work room? of en alone together in a room ct late houn o( the night, when the rent of the family wore in bedtaking supper* by them?elve? at late hour*, and h? *t*rt ing with *<irprl*e and leaving the room when interrupted in her company, and near each other ? ?hc m-iking up a bed lor him in her bed ro?m, when ?he left with her -I -J 1") Hrlee Two Cinlli children to rem,im H W W.^-Umn Brooklyn, while her husband wan in the ronntrv ami her coming over every other day to her rooms in chumbera street, there being no other muu in the house but plaintiff, and seen together on such visita?a coldness and aversion on her part to her husband, and a lorn ol all affection and attachment for him, and which appeared to le transteired to the plaintiff ? neglect and want of proper nursing when defendant wan taken down sick, andatie and plumtitf joking him in that ai uatiou, and ridiculing his tiraham system of diet ? she and plaintiff", who bad charge of defendant when so irli, <-m|>ioynifC tlomtBpatnean nociun iu uuen>i upon In in, iinil they administering small doses of arsenic, rhic.h ho complained of, and sent for his brother ami friend* to visit hun ; they called, and Gunning quarrelled with them?said they hud no business there, aud threat ened to kick tho brother out of the room ; the attending physicians expluined the medicine prescribed as proper und necessary in their opinion, and waa according to their mode of treatment Ou defendant's recovery and return from the country, he refused to take bia meal* in the hou e, saying that he wai afraid something might be put into his food ; ?he made up a separate bed lor him on his return, and .soon after ha quit sleeping or eating in the house, and abandoned the dwelling |vti t of the premises, but continued, during part of th>- month ot August, to attend to his business in the office part. It was in evi lence that up to the tiineol plumtirl'? coming into the family, defendant and wiia lived h ippily togvtln'r-, but soon after there waa a grout change in her conduct. On the part ot the plaintiff1, ?ix or seven witnesses wer" examined, whose cvideuce went to contradict lome of the I statements on tho other fide? to show that delendant waa t in fault?that he lived on the Oraham system?that they : dillcred snout that and tight lacing of the children; that 1 dff'tidai,t md wife had family difference), and did not live happiiy together before plaintiff'came into the family: one ot i'liiiiin.i'h visits to iVlia. BurdeH's bad-room waa explained away: ucconting to the evidence of one woman, she considered all the fault on Burdvll's side. Gentlemen, there waa much more evidence on both sides, unnecessary lor met* repeat to you, but which you w: II110 iloti11 recollect, and give it mien weight aa it is entitled to. I am rt quested to charge you on the lact of defendant'a wile remaining in possession after defendant rjuit. 1 am not sure that such waa the fact, bat if so, plaintiff cannot take advantage of luaown wiong, if he ia guilty. The law i? settled thut an eviction of part olthc premises by the landlord, is an eviction of tho whole If, Gentlemen ol the Jurv, alter due considera tien ul all tnu evidence, you ahall bu of opiuion that plalntill'a conduct towards defendant's wi'c, and in his family, did not disturb hii peace and qaiet enjoyment of the demised premises, you will lind a verdict for the plaintiff for the amount of the rent due; otherwise, you will find for the defendant. The Jury, as we have stated in our previous reports, came into Court twice, at a late hour, und said they could not agree upou a verdict?that they stood 0 to 3, and, aa was stated ntterwards, 9 for the defendant. They were a^ain sent back to the jury room, and soon after returned, and said they had agreed upon a verdict. Plaintiff was then called, and relused to answer, believing, we suppose, that the venlict was against him; and a nonsuit was entered, which he preferred to on adverse verdict. From Halifax.?We have Halifax paiiera to Saturday last. The Morning Ilerald menuonsa rumor that th<-whole of the North American fleet was to as emble ut that place, in which case it waseatimated there would be in the harbor tw?nty-one men ol war. The government steamer Hermes left the harbor on the 11 h, lor Bermuda, with two supernumerary surgeons Irom fhe Illustrious, on account of ihe epidemic prevailing there. The steamer Margaret left this port for Quebec on Tuesday evening, to call at Pictou lor the English mail; it being intended that she shall take the place of the Unicorn, while that steamship ib undergoing some necessary repairs.?Halifax Morning Pott. niaiaattiib) gene 3. a l frxsttirrct ESTABLISHMENT, N. W. CORNER OK FULTON and nassau 8T8. Is supplied with fvry material necessary fur the prompt, uaat, anil economical execution of every description of Public attention is requested to Ilii* establishment, in the assurance that ample satisfaction will be iciveu?as regards typography-, press-work, and cliargas?to tlio?p who require fancy or common, lari<M or small work cheaply aud expeditiously executed. LABKLS, CHBCK8. WAYBILLS. CIRCULARS. SHOW HI I.I.S, BALL licketb. STEAMBOAT BILLS, BILLS OK lading. RAILROAD HILLS, Bl'SINRSS cards, ii i i is CATALOGUES. VlUiMPLETS,'' BILL HEADS, MANDBII.S, NOTES. for ' THEATItF.S, CIRCUSES. CONCERTS, MUSEUMS, 1/K< TUKES, PUbL.lt: MEETINGS. Or any other place* where the | ,rgest description of limiting it required. The facilities Cur this work are not equalled by any otic** in thin city, lor, besides tin' large assortment of PLAJlfl ?BlimiMSKl'U'AIL 'VWlg This establishment ha* the LAIU4KST PRKSSKW IN THE CITY. Great liaiiu have been taken to pro* id'1 every material that can possibly lie of service, and theretore person* having occasion for Showbills, w ill lind it greatly to their advantage to patroait* his establishment. [f7"-Aiiy size or form of Bill can he furnished at very ?hort notice, at any hour, night or day, by applying in the fourth ttory to Joseph Elliott. aul3tf TO PERSONS WISHING TO ENGAGE THEMHELVK8 IN THE DAOUKRREOTYPE BUSINESS. h1 A. AHTAl'LT, 235 Broadway. 3d story front room, op" |'osHe the Park, respectfully ii.forint (he photographic artills that, intending to go to France in a few month*, he wishes to s? II, at very low price*, (lower than prime cost), 11)00 French Paruerreotyiw plate*, No. 30 and 40, 6^4 niche* by 8>i inches. 8 largest apparatus complete, (Wed with chromatic lense* of 4>* inches diameter, for full size portrait* (luge plates and half plate*. 20 complete apparatus for quarter platen and medium site. 6 chromatic lenses, inches diameter. 12 chromatic lenses 3 niche* diameter. 200 ounces of chloride of iodine. 200 ounces pure cromiue. Ml pounds hvdrotulphate of sod*. 100 grains chloride of gold. W) bottle* of i new preparation inaile by M. Lertbouri, for gilding the picture*. 200 bottles French Tripoli. 50 bottles rouge. 10 bottles iodine. And a quantity of botes, stands, and materials suitable lor the Daguerreotype, The greatest part of these goods arrived by the latest VMMli, and are warranted to be pure and of the liest quality. Also?A new supply of frames, morocco cases, and a splendid Diorama, with 24 views, made m Paris by M. Daguerre.and fvery costly. Jp? Please to call at 235 Broadway, 3d story and front room, til lm'r XYLOfDt AI'IIIC PHEW* Si GENERAL JOB PRINTING OFFICE, 3?i liolil street, near Fulton.?The subsciiliers inform Druggists, Perfumers, Manufacturers, Grocerj, and others, that they have (the present season) made e?tensive additions to their assortment of Xylognphic Labels, to which they would rest'ertIII]Iy call their attention, bein^t the largest oid most si lenilid assortment ever published in lint couutry or in Kitrope. Consumer! are invited to ftamiue our assortment liefore ptirchamiig, Xylognphic Engraving.?New design* and plttet, suitable for all kinds .of business, executed in the lirst style of thearl, i ?:... ..a I ia,l ?l?in .imiI Isnrv color*. Ji>\> Printing.?'Their office is alio ?ap|>li(tl with every variety of t vtk tiece?s.iry for the execution of every dmcriptiou of Fancy Job Printing. Checks, Note*, Billheads, Circulars, Bills Lading, Handbills, and all kind* of mercantile priming, executed on reasonable terms. Patent Card I'ress.?TIlis machine is particularly adapted to the priiitniKof Cards, which it executes with great facility and beauty ; one person being able, to print a pack of the belt enamel led cards in two minutes, with ease ! Superior polished surface Card* (manufactured expre**ly for this establishment) furnished and printed at the follow iuk price* :? 10(1 Cards for 5# cents "HiO Card* for $1 25 2110 " 75 " 1,000 " " 2 00 300 " _ " $1 (10 " 2,000 " " J 50 Common Card* at less price*. BKOWNSON Si CO., *1113w*r 56 Gold*treet, near Vniton. COLLK< TlNO BILLS, DRAFTS, kC., IN BOSTON, MASS?The subscriber has made arrangements in this 1 city, whereby be is a.abled to receive bill*, account*, Stc. in Boston for promptcollection. Merchants and others wishing uch business transacted there, are requested to hand them in to Mr. OEOROF. DOKL, No. t. Ann street, New York, who la duly authoriced to receive hills and forward the ssme to me for collection. All monies collected by the subscriber will be promptly paid over to the parties entrusting him with their business, anil no charge if bills are not collected. By giving Ilia personal attention to the above business he trust* tne facilities off: red are too obvious to iwiuire comment. AN0IIKVV ROBERTS, atl29 lin'r 21 Stale street, up stair*. Boston H'l).\l i I UA'I'KH avail* himsell'of the pleasBW of inform' iiig the Ladies and Omtlemen of New York and its vicinitirs, that he continue* to Paint Likenesses at the shorteat none", both Portraits and Miniature*. Those who will favor him with their |<atioiiage. ate invited to call and see hi* apecimen* .if (b? same, at his residence, JS7 Broadway, between White and Walker street*. N. B. Mr. C. ?l?o continnei to give private leason* to gentie men. _ ..... , ^ Lailiea ill clu?v Wfiln'-vmy win mtnrnny HIIPIH)?'U?. Alio, l.auiWcal'ea iwinted to otil?-r. from the invilleat to tb? Inrtrrar ?irc Thote who wiah to make it their profeaaion, can . i I- 1 'I i'i .ill ill'* above branches, by .ipplyiiiff aa above. I )?tfrii'rr^i)iy|K- lik 'imies correctly copi-u in watev colon in 24 an Hi taHl rAKlH IH >OTB AM) l.AHTH M \I>K. TO ORUKH, liv A". Ai U S K li, 176 Bnnnhmy, (Uutemmt.) One door from Ctmrtlaadt ilml, V. SUHf.H, Bootmaker, anil Si iker of l,a*ta, an Kite" of t lerceof l'ari?, Iwga leave to inform lii? Inrinl* anil all the amateur* of a Rftillein inly " cliaiiMUiv. that li" can now mak>', in New \ ork, with the beat K reach ma teriaW, all thai i* ?o |wrtectlv infill* in Pari* by hi? muter, trie celebrated Boot iniktr Cletce, whose numerous cu?toiner? ou tliia mill- of the Atlantic are respectfully invited to UY ? * ? Boots and Laa's, belore they d-iiair of being chauiii* In New York, alter the nicest litest "aria fashion. Alan, the genuine I'aris Jet Black Varaiah sold. 17 lm*ec ^ ' . hmiiT V\U SHOK STORK. Mill V UK\|')V iwjwMfitlly (uforiiuhls fiieodi ' business in tha above ml tlir Wtfbhc, that n* w i?.rr h? will 'hAnkfnllv wwiw a-a?T^SJ2?fc"" - -, m?t ifMomU '<""? ",r r"h' " AVE YOUR MONEY. ^ . i,*ALL AND WINTER BOOTS, 7S i*f cut li.-ni- c than 't any other establishment in the city. >oiU be convinced of tta tott, thM yon tlir r'ery lw?t quality olboott, with everl.utinK I*1'"1 %?V, your orderi at the very low price o( fire dollar, ?.l ?fIV , enu |wr i?ir ; the Mine quality of boot* are telliug at oth. mt.ibli?timenU Kt from $71# fc M1CKKLL >13 !<o*m ,? W.Hiaui N. Y.