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infiwwL" TU BaOalo Commercial Advertiser would fain have as be lieve thatlbt account of ibe robbery , and the disclosure of Simp son as to the banks, is " all gammon." V erily, those interested m the imccem of wheat and door speculators, would be very asuch pleased if raeb was the prevailing opinion on the sub ject. But if? alter readiag the following notice, published la the Seneca County Observer, under tlie express authority of Sine Lair himself, there is any oue who entertains a doubt res pecting the robbery , at least as to where the money was origi nally obtained, we can oaly say thit we pity him for his want of penetration : Grtmt Robbery? Five thousand dollar t reward ? Mr. John Sin clair, of this village, an extensive wheat purchaser, whilr on a I tear to Ohio for tne purpose of buying wheat, had $62,000 ab stracted from hi* trunk. Whether the villain or villains took it on the 19th, while he was at Buffalo, or on the 20th, ndien he was passing up the lake outhe steam l?oat Sandusky, Mr. Sin clair Is unable u> say. He did not discover his lo?s until he ar rived at Cleveland on the morning ol the 20th ult. The money stolen consisted of lulls npon the following banks and about (15,600 upon rach. vix : Mechanics' and KaraeiV Bank at Albany, Bank of Geneva, Ontario Bank, Outaro co.. as.il the Seueca County Bank. The bills were mostly fives and tens, perhaps a few twenties. Somr ol the Geneva bills. aboot were new, and of the denominations of eleven, twelve, thirteen and fourteen dollars. If we were to believe that Sinclair was not robbed at all, but has the money still in his poeket, thit would only make kim a greater rascal than we supposed. But it could not alter the fact implicating the banks enumerated, as they have not, nor wul tbev venture to deny that they furnMied the specified fa cdtties. Kor our own part, we have no hesitation in expressing our *olemn conviction that not only the banks ment:oned in Sinclair's advertisement, but numbers of others, have been en gaged for many months back, by agents like him, in purchas ing all the wheal and dour they could lay their hands on, which they resold at an enormaus profit. Their refusal to accommo date respectable mechanics. with a few hundred dollar- while they promptly dealt out ten* of thousands to the extensive wheat ao-i :lour purchasers, can leave no doubt iu any reflect ing persons mind, as to their motives for such partial actiou, or their participating largely in the spoil. Cotton Market . Tuesday, Sept. 12, 0, P. M. As regards the cotton trad*, this year can be compared with yean '25 and '26. In 182-1 there began in England a spirit of | speculation, which in two years increased the commercial me dium 200 per cent, and 100 per cent on the price of cotton, as will be perceived by the tables published below. England and France? but the former more than tke latter went mad in to speculation in all kinds of produce, and cotton in parti cular. The mania commenced in the fall of 1824? cotton continued to ad vane e until the spring of 1825, when it reached its height. Then came a terrible reaction? prices fell .50 to 100 per cent. Our* tables show the same commercial trouble in the years '36 and '37, as in/23 and '26. In 1826, cotton was sold for 7 cents, whicb in 1823, went up to 14 cents? in the latter part of '36 and the first of '37, the article had reached to 23 cents ? but the same description can now be liought lor 111 cents. Here is a difler eace of one half. ? The following were the current prices in Liverpool for Amer ican descriptions of cotton for the respective year* men timed:? July, 1337. July, 18.-36. Sea Island, 14J a 27d 20 a 3?iJ do stained, 4 a 12 9 a 2b Bowed Georgia, 44 a 7J 8} a 11} Mobile, 4(1 8 8 a 12 Alabama k Tcnn. 4 a b 7( a 1<H New Orleans, 4J a 8$ 8 a 13 July, 182.x ? July, 182t. Sen Island, 2? 2d a 3s Od Is Id a ?s 3d do stained. Is Id a Is 7d 0* 3d a 0?11 Jd Upland, Is 0} a Is 3H 0s 71 a <>* 9Jd Ala. and Mobile, Is Id a Is 3d 0s 7} a 0s 9d Mew Orleans, Is Hals Ad OsSdaOslld The express mail brought nothing south of Washington, con sequently we cannot give any account af the Southern marts. Our market contiaaet without any material change. Small sales occur. General Market*. Tuesday, Sept. IS, 6 P. M. The markets prwfil no new feature today. Plour and grata reaaain in statu quo. The Dry Uoods auction business is rather dull. Tomorrow it will be in little better order. The 500 qr. casks Port Wine offered this day wa? withdrawn. It was to be a credit sale. Sale* at the auction mart? 10 quarter casks Port Wine, .K.Jc a 55; 16 sacks Liverpool salt, $1.75; 20 hhd* Porto Rico Sugar, 7 J a 7fc S200 boxes M. R. Raisins, ?1.30; 700 half do do, U a GOc; CM quarter do do, SS^c; 400 boxes M. do, 92 Jc; 400 do L. do, 90 e; 5$ baskets Champagne, $5.50 a 6.62 J; 285 pieces Bagging, 13 a MJc; 4 liaidrwm cosrt, #? Mf 909 boxes Glass, 8? 6d a 21s; 4000 bo?hel< white Dantaic Wheat, said under the warden's in spection, 97 a 131c? cash. Pravlaion Market*. Tuesday, Sept 12th. k now appears, after we have entered upon the fall months, a period when our markets were formerly abundantly supplied wtih every eo-ssary ol life at a reasonable rate, that owing to the supineness of our city authorities, aud the rascally forcstal lers, we are to be compelled to pay the same exorbitant prices for every article of living that have been exacted during the last six months. The retad butchers complain, and we believe with justice, that there is an association of speculators In cattle, who hold their weekly meetings at the bouse of one Drew, who keeps the Bull's Head tavern, where they regularly fix the price of meat, which the butchers are necessited to pay in order to supply their custoaers. So completely organized are these men, that they have their agents out in all dlrec a oils, scouring the coantry from twenty to thirty raiies round, tor the purpose of intercepting the drovers, thus obtaining on their own terms all Ihe cattle intended for this market, which they dispose of at such times, and on such terms as meets thf ir avaricious views. It is an undoubted fact, that while the butch ers and Drovers Bank was in its palmy days, these speculators obtained as much money as they desired, but since the break ing up of that institution, various conjectures as to the sources of supply are entertained on the subject Some allege that the redou'rted Co tone I Webb furnishes the means ; and aotae color is supposed to be given to this by the circumstance of the Bull's Head report in tne Courier and Enquirer regular ly emanating Irom the head quarters of the clique of specula tors. Be this as It may , there caa l>e no doubt that such an as sociation csn easily be rea< li? d by legal proceedings, and we trust that measures will be immediately taken to put down, by the strong arm ef the Ian , a nest of men wlio are cal lous to all feelings of honor, swayed by no other motives but those of enriching them selves by public plunder. We were assured, early this moining, by some of the retail butchers, that cattle had advanced xt Bull'? Head yesterday fuHy two cents a pound. Either this was a misrepresentation, or the reports in the Courier ami Enquirer, and Journal of Commerce, which agree in stating lite re was no advance, are unfounded. Whichever of the statements are correct we know not, nor do we care. But this we know, that a system of impo sition and juggle exists in our markets, that no where abt a ins in any other part of the world, by which nw citizens are plun dered aniiaally of millions of dollars, ai| because those to whom they have entrusted the charge of puhtie affairs wdl not bestir themselves to alleviate the evil. From what passed at last week's meeting of the cwrparat on on this all important subject, it was to be experted that some thing would bavo taken place last eveniar, on which a rational ?hope ceald be founded that something effectual was contem plate*. But no. Not a word was said on which to ground such a hope. Even the nice beet-steaks with which they aola ood themselves, and which cost oar cltitens from 16 to 1| rrTlU a pound, had not the smallest effect upon them. What is It to tfiem who pays, so long as their appetites are gratified f The next election, it Is hoped, will give us a more disinterested set at men for oar rslea It shall not he our fault if it does not. A word or two relative to oar F .?A Marlrrti. Althoogh we have for a long time, owing to the high price of this article, had oar suspicions that some unfair dealing was golag on, we had no facts on which to form a derided opinion. We now learn, however, through an undoubted source, that, with the exception of six or seven iudhiduais, there has for a long time eaisted a combination amongst oar fish dealers, as Infamous as that among the floar, the coal, the cattle, and other unprinci. pi?d forestalled, to enhance ami keep up the price ef Ash. Nearly the same aniformity of charge prevails throughout all oar Markru, which could not he the rase If no understanding existed amongst the dealers relative to the price. Wlienoae lowers his charge, they all lower? and vice versa. This Is aatBMnlng and forestalling, and it amenable to tbe law. We Aall not lose sight of this. FWI.? rire wood Is Mill looking np in price. What else caa t?e expected, when the grasping speculator* are permitted to purchaae from the boatmen almost every load that comes to oar wharves, and to pile it away until the cold weather indu ces them to offhr It for sale to tbe poor at an exorbitant price? We are pleased to observe, that foreign coal Is arriving In snch abundance at Boston as to affect a material reduction in that very essentia! article. Orrei coal was selling there be the cargo oa the Mi inn., on time, at $ft, and Cannel coal at $l<ty per rhaldma. Ye greedy, hungrx . coal speculators, it is high tisne for yoa to look oat Be honest. If you wish ?o save ysar selves, lower year prices to such rates as the public distress, a?d the pressure of the money market call. for. It Is useless to enlarga on the enormoas prices charged In our country markets for ponltry, and fruit of every desrrip tioa. The producers. In fsf f , never seen to think they get enough. Ili* nothing to them the abundance of'producc on hud ; aor the pnnlli*( ecnbarruiatenu. Their utia in, "fet what we can? mo matter who suffers;" thus truaUmg dote to the steps of the more lefty, and equally dishonest spe culator*. CORPORATION markets. independent markets. ?eef, 8 to l?c. per lb. Bwf. 7 t? lie per i?. Mutton, 12W. <to. Motion. 10c. do. Veal. 12 to 16 da Lamb, 9c. do. Veal, 8 to 10c. do. Fork, 124 d?. Pork, 124 ?*??? POVLTRY, BUTTER, ilC. Turkeys, Ife. each Geese, 8s. eaeb PowU, 7s. to 8a. per pair Batter, 25 to 28 CM. per lb. Chickens, 5s. u> 6s. <io Eggs, 12 1-2 tU lor 10. Ducks, 5s. per pair * VEGETABLES. Peaclies, 6s. to 12s. a half peck. Cabbape*, 3s. a dozen. Potatoes, 3s. 6d. a buslteL Cucumber*, 2s. a hundred. Wreen Corn, 12 for It. Turnips, 3s. a bushel. Water Melons, 1 2 to 25. e each. Squash, 12 for 1-. Apples, 3*. 6?L a bushel. Nutmeg Melons, 4d to 6d. each riiH. Streaked Bass, Is. 2d. per lb. Blue Fish, 8c. per lb. Black Fish, 12c. per lb. Porgtes, 6c. do. Sturgeon 8c. do. Cod, 6c. do. Eels, 12c. do. Lobsters, 8c. do. Rock Bass, Is. do. ruEi.. Hickory, ft 75 a load. Liverpool Coal, $8.50 pr chald. Oak, $1-87J do. Anthracite. 89 to 9 50 per ton. Pine, $1.26 a lead. Sydney, $8 lo 8.58 per ton Since we commenced our exposures of the villanous prac tices of the speculators in provisions, the subject has very pro perly attracted the notice of several respectable country pa pers, who appear convinced with us thut the press, after all, is the most efficient instrument to correct public abuses. With the following remarks put forth in the Baltimore Sun, on the subject of" huckstering," we unreservedly concur: ? Some complain tliat if there is a law on this subject, it is not carried into effect by the proper authorities, and tberalore re mains inoperati ve and void. It is true, no good can result from such a course ; passing laws at the expense of the city, and then sailer them to become a dead letter. Wr have no want of city of ficers to see this law fu'ly carried out, and put ill practice : those to whom its execution is confided, should see, as taiihful officers, that It is done, and all murmurs on the subject, become thereby stilled. The expediency of these laws is one tiling; and when passed, being put in execution is another. We are no friends lo huckstering of any kind, or enhancing the needful articles of our primary wants, to advance the gain* of a few; who uould lake advantage of the times and peculiar seasons, for their own selfish emolument, at the cost of the poor and industt ious, who are not able to bear either imposition, or needful requisition. In alt the departments and aociai relations of human society, we have too ma*y of this class for the general good; ever ready to lake any advantage, which the times, or the wants of the people majr piesent; regardless of moral consequences, studious only ol their own peculiar ends; they stand ever ready to takw all advantages that may be presented, whether n* ihe ruins of the poor, or the necessities ot scarcity and waul. Froai these characteristics, they have no claims ?n society for sup B?rt, and as a well established principle of equity and sound w, society has the right, when it can conveniently dispense with their services, to cut acquaintance with them. It is a bad rule that will not work both ways, and they bave long enough been working on one side of ii ; the people should now work the utber lo their advantage. XARHIEO. On Sunday, 10th inst, by the Rev. George Benedict, William H. Rirby, to Adeline Mcofield, all of this citv. At Prescott. Upper Canada, on the 23d ult, Alpheus Jones, Esq. , to Mary L. Dickinson, daughter of the lale B. Dickin son, E^q. DIED. At bis residence, in Bedford street, Captain George Lynch, aged 58 ran, On Monday, 1 1th inst., Susan Crawford, in her 73d year. On Monday, 12th inst, Sarah Caegier, in the 40th year of | h.-r age. On Monday, Uth inst, Mar)- Keid, wife of Archibald Keid, in the 24th year of her age. On Monday, Uth inst, Horace, infant son of Elea/.er Porter. At Pishkill, D. C., on Saturday, Stb inst, Peter Ackerman, in the 59th year oi his age. Drow ped in Mobile Bay, from brig Enterprise, on Thurs day morning, 31st alt, Wm. J. Truck, aged 2f, recently from New Vork. At Columbus. Mo., on the 21st ult, aged 22 years, Thomas J. Korbes, Esq., one of the editors of the Southern Argus. He was a native of Bangor, Me. HOMN1HQ HKHALU -sMIP NKWS PORT OF NEW YORK, SEPT. 12, 10 O'CLOCK, P. M. High Wmhr . . 8 4 PACKETS TO ARRIVE. lAverpaal.? Oarrick, Painter. - Sooth America, Barstow, Havre. Ville de Lyon, Stodttard, Francois 1st, Pell, Lmd m Philadelphia, Morgan, Samson, Sturgess, ? ? packets~to sail. Liwrywl ?Europe, Marshall, - Shiftield, Allen. ? ? Ltndtn Mediator, Champlin, - ? Gladiator, Brit ton. ... Umvr*. Burgundy, Rockelt, Rhone, Skiddy, CLKAKKO. Ship* Joliilee, Edward*, Mobile, Taylor It Merrill. Bark* Kindly, (Br) Turner, Liverpool; S*nainore, Moore. Bonaire, (lowland It AspinwsIL Brigs PavilliOH, Kelly, Baltimore; Klixa, Lock wood, St. Croix, B. I)e Porest It Co. Oalliot I nion, (Bre> Hohorst, Brymen, Meseaaer* It Olinn. Schr*. Planet, (Br) Palmoutli, Jam.; Traffic, Wine. Philadelphia; M. B. Robertson, Ellis, Newbern, N. C.; Repeater, SanJt'ord, Wilmington, N. C.; Empire, McMath, Norfolk; J. W, Kemp ton, Bedell, do.; Handy, Pott, Pensacnla; Kdward Vincent, Latham, Baltimore; Velocity, Halleck, East Greenwich. ARRIVED. Bremen ship Clementine, Jaasilnian, Bremen, July 24th. to C. Meier k Co. Brig Tensaw, Averill, Campeachy, 32 days, witli specie fcc., to Bourchard It Thebaud. Schr. Peggjr Thotmis, Pinckham, Lubec, 10 day*, to master. Schr. Lynahbu rg, Goald, Madison, , to Allen k Paxson. Schr. Henry Clay, Robiui, Petersburg, 9 day*, to matter. Schr. Ree*ide, Sherwood, Bo*ton, 5 day*, to order. Sloap Midas, Dennis, Providence, 2 day*, to master. SMoop New York, Brown, Providence, 2 day*, to master. BELOW? 1 bark, 2 brigs? wind W. MEMORANDA. The Cecilia, at Boston, , ha* on lioanl an passengers, Captain* Clineof the Miranda, Wish *1 the .Inn, and (Toomh* of the Dublin Packet, together with the mate* of the above vessels, lost on the Bahamas, (before repotted, " II , Captain Clineof the Miranda, (liefore reported, " H.") has arrived in Bwstwn. lie Inlorm* thnt the M. hud been sold for and that nearly all her cargo had been saved, but under a salvage of 7"> per cent. Captain C. saved hi* specie. The l)vhlm Packet is nearly a total loss, vessel anil cargo. The Ann had been sold, cargo nearly all saved? salvage 49 per cent. (Both before reporter! " H.") The HerarluU, (before reported, " II") snppwd to he lo*t, was insured in Boston at two office* f*r$240iXV The PortimonJh, Shinn, hence, al Norfolk 10th inst, report* passing off thr Delaware a brig with loss of mainmast, suppo sed bound to New York. On the llnrw S\u>e,Ju\n Mnr,hnll . lor Bsltiaiore. with lo?* of rudder? requested a ?teaial<oat to be tent to her assistance. The P. experienced very severe weather, lost *ail* li?. The Pioneer, Now Ian, from Laguyra, for New York, put in to Philadelphia on the 11th insi, in distress-she sailed from L. on the 27th ult Experienced a very severe hurricane, and suffered material It in sails and riggini: \ on the nil, off Chinooteague Shoals, eiperienced a heavy gale, Itodi pump* choaked, so that we were nnalde to use them? thrae of the hand* sick. Passengers, Edward Palmer and Manuel Eligio. The .S'ujoti, Oay, from Matanxas, for Boston, put iato Balti more on the 10th in*., In distress lesky. Captain Oay reports that on the 5th inst, in the Oulf Strrsm passed a British hark, main and aiixen mast gone, foremast standing, sails and rigging laying alongaMe? the wind being fre?h and sea running high, coald not board hrr? could see no person on l>oard ? snpposed to be the British bark Hemmrd, seen in Havana a few days pre vious to oar sailing. Saw much material from wreck* afloat ia the gnlf. The decision of the Naval Court Martial, in l lie caie of Cam aiander W. Ramsay, has not yet been promulgated Comminder B. Patfe, Jr., list l,ern ordered to the command of the I', s. *hlp t oncord n<><* on the W rst India station, in the place of Com. Mix, relieved. The F'-wneei L. Kennedy of New York, was lost at Ocracoke in the gale of the 2d inst? crew saved. There were MM insured on the Miranda, and 91 1909 o* mme specie on board . The (Jaiatra, Newbolm, from Cadix, (salt laden) called off St. Jnhas, N. oa the IBth of July, and proceeded to Trinity. Captain N. reports, that on the 2ftth ult., in lat -IT, 1.1, Ion 28. the O. was hoarded by a piratical l>ri?antine, ami plundered of all her spare sails, canvass, cordage, blocks, warps, twines, ensign, and msn> small articles, clothes, desk aad papers, watches, money, asatical books, and instruments, belonginr to himselt, the mates, and seamen. The pirslicsl vessel wss low?* fast "Uler, an. I apparently American built- -ot almnt l?9 tons? cop pered' to the bends? painted blsck, with a female ftgara head? moa?ti>? 12 carronade*. and show* about 39 men. but t aptain N. had reason lo i>elieve there were men concealed. During the time the plunder was poinq on, Captsin ,N., th<' 1st mate, and two seamen were conhned in the forecastle ?f the pirate, which dianlayed a Spanish ensign with a s.'all and cross bones delinested in The crew of the f?. were very roughly han dled hjr the pirates, but tseir lives were sparer)? aad Captain N. understood from one of them wlm spoke a little English, that they were from Vera Crur, and bound ultimately to the coast of Africa n* ? slaving expedition. (Theahore mentionesl pirsticsl ve**rl is prohsbly I he same one that hoarded the Mark, from St. Cmi*. and the Tantrvp, and Santimga at Mobile, before rer-oried " ?l."| ^ VBSHELS wW)KEN. Angast fhh, lat 4?, Inn ?, Comet. New Yark.for Bremen. No date given, lat 31 4?, |nn (57, 4'., Psnd^ ra, Owen, of New York, from Wilmineton, (^r St. Domingo. In rust 3mh, 1st ?!tfia, Ir>n 4n W Bremen bark Sophia, from Bremen fr>r New York, and packet hip Oxford, Rathbone, hence for Livernool. The former haviur !<?*? ihe mirenmairt, and the latter. jib boom broke, foresail snd foretnp*ail tarn, and some damage on the itarhoard .i^e _ they had run loiilof each oth?-rthe prevwu* aight. Angu*t 3l?t, lat 44,17, Ion W.Sfl, was passed a ship bound K, with a cross In her foretop sail, anrl fnretopgallant sail, and a white ffa a With n In it hy the Ell Whitney at Brnton (pmba hly the Uli Phtlhpi, Cutoff, heive far Havre, ?l d, Mih ult, " H." POKE ION PiiRTB. Brcmkn, Aiig. 4.- Charlnue, Hohorst, New York; Sophia, ?to.; Telegraph, dk?. Sr Johw. N R, Sept! Bnchsnan, Maigh, New York; William Boathhy, f^ocbrsn, do Mstaisxss, Ane. 9ft ?Prank I in. of Portbnd, for New York. The (tallani from St. John. PR. st Baltimore. I Ith last, reports, a New York brig: 4nd schr. Riehm^i of Phila ?!fphtll^r Tph^"^ H*7 ,9 ** ^Wnrd' '? ^ 'er Mew York Aug. 16 Aug. 18 A'J(f. 8. Aug. 16. Au? 29 S?pt. I Sept. 16 Sept. 24 Sept. 20 6ct 1 Sff-t. JH Sept. 24 Canton, April IS.? la port, ships Osage; Aurehtu Stoddard; Hope .Norman, from Manilla; Asia, Cole; Nlanu?*. Doty ; Al bion, Putnam, and brig John Gilpin, Welch. At La Win, Grilhn, Lit lie; Tartar, Nichols; Oneida, Trip; Henry Clay, Oilman; Morrison, Ingersoll; York, Meyer; Rasaelas, Carter, from Ma nilla, and Liniiu, Mauomir> . The Claudia*, Wuisor, expected from Manilla soon. ARRIVALS, CLEARANCES, lie. Eastpoht, Sept 4? Ar. Mary Elisabeth, Greenlaw, New York. Salkm, Sept. 5.? Ar. Joseph Peabody, Osborn, New York. Nantucket, Sept. 5.? Ar. Martha, Gardener, New York. Philadelphia, Sept. 11.? Ar. Pioneer. Nowlan, La^uyra; Valiant, Briggs, New York; Mary. Deal, do.; Leo, McCaruey, do. Below? Ellen Hand, New Orleans ? cl'd, Susna, Cham ber*, New York. Baltimore, Sept. 10.? Cl'd, Henry Barger, Briggs, New York. ? 11th, ar. Oberlin, H*?vt, Bremen. Nokfolk, Sept. 10.? Ar. Portsmouth, Shinn, New York. In Hampton Road>. Maria, Wo'lom, from Baltimore, for New York. 8ILVElt-?ILVBR-ilILVEH. Lr Small cnauge, such a* shilling's. sixoences. ten and five cent piece*, will l>e given in exchange for g?iu, aalvesor nuar ter dollar*. Apply at thedesk ofthis office. *1?-U The Phkwhk Club House, ? '? John at. XTP THE above establishment is now open for the reception of company. Let those who are desirous of eirioylng them selves in a social way call and try. Visitors shall receive as good entertainment a* is furnished bj the best establishments in this city. Welsh Rarebits, Poached Eggs he., will l?e served up bv an old au<Lex|>erienced hand, who will be sure to please the most fastidious taste. HKNHY DEE. N. B. Two or three gentlemen can be accommodated with board. sl3-3t* (1ASTLE CJAn"DjM.-?Fj7Prk(' has the honor to s announce t? his friends and the public, that he has made arrangements with Mr. Marsh to (five a Ball in hi* Saloon, on Monday evening next, the I8th September, being po-itive Iv the last Ball that will be given there this season. Dancing will conmience at half-post eight, and continue until a late hour. Tickets for admission #l? to admit a gentleman and his ladies. Mr. P.'s celebrated Cotillion Band from Taminany llall will attend? Leader Mr. Brown. Mr. P has the pleasure of annouacing to bis friends I hat his school for the wiuter season will open on the first Thursday in Octol>er, at his splendid establishment, Tammany Hall. sl3-5t* eK H VV A 111).? Lost, snpi^isi I n Chatham street, between Pearl and Chambers St., o( which sum ere four bills of $ jfl each, and the balance tens and fives, all an the 1'nion Bank of this city. The finder by leav ing the same with the editor of this paper, ^iall receive $.V) re ward and l be tlimilit.nl the owner. sl3-3t* WANTKli? A* an apprentice to the Bookbinding trade, a l>oy of good character, 14 or 15 years old. Apply at No. 1 Broad H. sltlsr* d ^ADTION - "URIAH LEVISON," who is a married ' man, and reports himself as single, and is about to be mar ried, bad l?etter beware how he tritles with females, as hi* wife Hester will use vll means in her power to defeat hit nefarious purposes. *13 WA#T:0D-A good situation for an apothecary's store ; if said store is now nsed for that business, fixture-; good, fcc., w ould be purchased for cash. Stale terms and price, and address L. at the Star Coflee House, No. 17 Spruce st., post paid. sl3-lw* GiRK AT TURTLE FEAIT, HOBOKICN.? ? Numerous individuals, not members wf the lloboken Tur tle Club, who, fmm its rules, have (except on the last meetiag) hitherto been excluded from participating in the eqjoynients of the festival, having expressed an eari est desire to be guests, the members of the Club have conclude*'., in accordance with their wishes, to give an extra dinner on Wednesday next, at the usual hour ol 3 P. M. The members of the Club, and other*, are respectfully informed that they can procure tickets from ALEX. WELSH, Terrapin Lunch, comer of Broadway and Ann, or on the ground. The signals for the meeting of the Club, will be hoisted on board ol the Uoboken boats on the morning of tuat day. slA-lt 1?OR STI'AIUBOATH, HOTELS, Lc.-German Silver, Table, Tea, and Dessert Spooas, Table and Des sert Parks, Soup and Sauce Ladles, Fish Knives, Butter Knives, Sugar Tongs, Salt Spoons, Mugs, with a variety of other articles. Any articles which may be wanted ia the housekeeping line, will be executed to order in the neatest mnaner. For sale by DR. LEWIS FEUCHTW ANGER, 2 Conrtlandt str?et The subscriber's Silver Polish for cleaning any articles nu nufactured of German Silver, Imitation Silver, Iron, Steel, or Brass however much neglected, may be obtained at No. 2 Courtiandtst. *13 SHIN PLAHTEHH of the North River Exchange Co are taken for goods at the following grocery stores:? Ben jamin's, 253 Spring si; S illmau'r, corner of Bleeckerand Com merce ?t?; Van Wort's, ;*2 Vesey st; Sturdivant's, 4744 Broad way; Williams', 373 Washington st; ami Reaimiea, 347 North Market st. Albany, D. Barnnger At Brother, SI State st. Sche nectady; Tyler L Brown, Newburgb ; Wn. Martin; Staten Island. Orders received for small notes at 197 Greenwich st. New York, and lliose notes redeemed there in silver, small eastern money, orcity bank bills. sl.Vlm* GERMAN SILVER-A large supply in Sheet*. Ingots, Plains, ami Wire, of very superior quality, for sale by DR. LEWIS FEUCHTWANGER, *13 SOourtlaadt st. jLA A HUl'HK TO LKT AT BLOOMIRO (?";? DALE ? The Mansion House of Dr. V. Mntt, recently J!l!^L<>ccupied hv Mr. Bor4wi< k, i? ollered to rent from the 1st of Sept. next. For further particulars enquire of Mrs.Munns on the premises. Also, rooms with or without board, at 131 Wooster street Inquire on the premises. s!3-2w* ML CHINKSK Ml'LBKKKV TKRRN, Ac. ?The sub-crtlier* will supply at reduced rate*, the fol lowing tree*:? 200,(100 Chines" Mora* Multicaulls, of varion*, size*, at the lowest price*. They .are in the most vigorous state, and moat wl them of larjje vir.f. 20,000 new Chineae Moru* Eipansa, a seedling variety, from the Moras Mulucauli*. with very Inrge succulent leases, re markable for the quantity of nutritious matter. They are in gralted in the While Mulbetrv, and are hardy enough lor the mm mi northern climates, and po*ses* all the advantages ? >t the Morus Multicauliv These are six feet and upwards in height. 9 3,000 New Hybrid Morus Multicaulis, with large leave* and close joints, 5 to7 feet in height and very hardy. 100,004) Florence Mullwrry, with entire leate*. in which point they differ from the common White Mulberry. These are imported direct from the best silk districts of France, are 1} to 2j faet in heirht, and will lie sold at very low rates. 50,000 Italian White Mullterry, at very low price*. Also, 100 llw White Mulberry Seed. 1,000 ll??, yellow and while Sugar Beet teed. Prices Catalogues of Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Green H"iw Plant-, Rn.kou* ? lower Root-, -['len.lid Dahlies, and Garden, Agricultural and Flower Heeds sent gratis to every applicant Order* *ent us per mail, or la Mr, CHARLES GOFF, No. 104 Maiden Lane. (ot whom raining ues may also be obtained,) will receive immciiate attention, and forwarded aa ordered. WM. PRINCE & HONS. I,mn:ean Garden, Flushing. ^ N. B. Cmmianie* nr individual* desirou* to contract for large numbers of Tree* will be dealt w ilh on very liberal term*. *l3-2t TO HPORTKnKN.? A horse, wayna and harness, all I complete, will be *liot lor at the M llnuv, near 3d Ave nue, on Wedne*day 13th instant, at II, A, M Also, 10 lurdt, each 2# dollar* subscription Person* wishine to subscribe are re?|ue*ted to make early application ui Mr ./ones of the al>o?e h?u?e *l2-3t* NEW V Oil K TATTKnMAL.LH.-Tke regnlr r public -ale* <>< Horses, Carriages, Harness, kc., conting. ta take place alibis well anowu esUblishment, every Monday at 13 o'clock. The aeit sale will commence on Monday, September 18. at 12 o'clock. All Horse*, Carriage*, kt. intended lor Ut s ?ale miusi he (hewn and entered on or before Saturday ten SepOfl. at A o'clock, P. M. and no home will be offered at auction unlet* registered in time for the catalogue. JOHN W. WATSON. 4 ?b Itraadwiv. N.B. At Private ?*al<'? One very ?uperior timshed new double Stanhope. or English Plia? ton, built by Brew*ler It Collins, New Haven. One do. do. with patent a*le*, built at Newark. Al*o, one second hand coach, ha* Iteen used by a private fami ly, and very lutle worn, lor sale l?w it applied for soon. ?12 J. W. W. A CARD.? MRS JOHNSON respectfully Informs her ? friends and the pti >lir, that -be ha* opened a schaol for the Instruction of Young Ladie., ia the various braarh?s of a tolid and ornamental education The ntncteat attention will be paid to the moral* and deport ment of the pupil* entrusted to Ur care Tuition In music and singing Term* on application will lie fonnd moderate. v/?. t ScAonl, No in llarrvmn street, New York -II 3t* FHRKX II. AWIHH AND <: Kit WAN HOODI. M ?Tb? Mliacrlber offers lor sale, (in onantities to rait the retail dealer*,) the following goo It, vu . Hosiery, colored gros de nap*, black groa de Swiaae, fancy silk handkerchief*, chally and thibet shawls j?rinte<| batavienne*. figured ?ilk*. figured French merino*. Turkey red prints, figured, plain .striped and checked S wis* muslin*, needle worked collar*, cape* and hand*. Also, very *aperior gum elaatie suspender*, suitable for mer chant tail rv Al*?, false Jewelry. Alto, gaare veila of differ ent site* and color*. The above good* are hiaown importation, and wtll be sold cheap forcaah. J- P. BLACK. -KM w l ifi Pearl st. near Wall, up stajr* TAKE MOTICE.-Hrriind Hand Clothing cheap at Chatham *t., the sign of "No Mistake." Behold, I say, and so aay you all, To No Mistake we fo ami tuy clothe* for the fall; You will find them from $1 in flft a aait, Which are very cheap, and wear* very good Remember, I o save money i* in ynar MNlf, Then please to call In Chatham <4. at MA, ItyL GARRITS. P. 8. Second hand clathing bought at the above place and 1 naartter. *l< I'"' TO CAP W AK KKfl.-HEALOTft? ? bales a**?rie I color* and qualities, mst received and for sale low far caah i bp aim* R BAGR k CO., 1*7 Water *t. BOV WANTK .-Wanted, a ?man, active lad, irom 14 to 17 year* of age. fh?e that can write a good hand, and i would W*wilMng to make himself generally uwiul, may hear of ? good (it nation, by applying at the desk of thisoAce. ilflw f OUT A diamond hreatt pin gr>ing from I 78 Canal *treet I J to LaighL The higheat valna atl-< bed to thlt pin la from the cirrnmatance of it* being in the family a number ol vear* A genertni* reward will ba given to the f'.nder by deliveriag the same to the tabarrlber, either at No. I7t Canal atreet. or at No I* CourUand at. AARON LEVY. ?If lw' ^ Diamond cfneht. of th* eainaMe preparation for jolalng ??!??? ehma. kr. k*. for tale wholesale sod retail by .1. A. L iMOI/RBUX A CO *11 T n Broadwav Til IM"KK fltuKH' 2balen4 4 lUffliait felting* I 2 do 6 4 do. da; I do. M do. dn. maaofecuwed eapraa*ly , tit and IIINnmN. ail* UK VUJCATttB.? TU1S EVENING-Tbe Ope ra of LA SOMNAMBULA? Elviro, Mr. Horn? Amina, Mux Hor ton. To conclude witn A PECULIAR POSITION? M^jor Luca ri, Mr. Richintfs ? Countess de Novara, Mr*. Chippendale. X_r DiMinuprn at 6jf -performances commence *i 7 o'clock Boies tl? Pit 50 cent* ? Gallery 36 cents. INBHK A? THE A TltlC, BOWKRY THlh EVENING will he perform#* POPP1NO THE QUESTION? Mr. Primrose, ' Mr. Cowell - Miss Bobbin, Mrs. Co well. After which tiie PEACOCK. AND THE CROW? Jim Crow, Mr. Rice? Miss Podi'e, Mrs. Stevenson. To conclude with YOUNG LOCH INVAR? James the S.xth, Mr. Matthews. (T/- Doors open at 7 ? performances commence at a quarter before 8 o'clock. Boies, 7* cento? Pit, 37J? Gallery, 2a. National, thk > thk ? i*tn (V? Houtt? MR. WALLACE, Lessee.? TIHS EVENINU will l>e performed CORIOLANU* ? Catus MtrciuiCoriolanus, Mr. Vandenhcff? Voleiunia, Mrs. Flynit. To conclude wiib t'se farce of DAMON AND PYTHIAS? Pvtbias, Mr. W. II. Williaiu-i ? Mrs. Stokes, Mr*. Flynu. Dors open lij? Performance be^in atTJ. Ft' ^SMLIJI THlBA'Vt* Jr.. ? BENEFIT OK MK II. EBICRLE? THIS EVENING. will l?e presenteo I N KIDELITY, or the Husband's Return ? Valerio, Mr. Ban nister ? Bertha, Mrs. Bannister. Alter which, the OLD O E NTLKM AN? Nicliolns Oldham, Esq., Mr. I*. K. Williams. After which, THK SWISS COTTAGE? Liselte, Mr-.. W. Sef. ton ? Max, Mr. W. Sefton. To conclude with the GRAND ASCENSION on the Cord Elaslique. XT .irsopen at 7? performances cammense at 7} o'clock precisely. Boxes 50 cents? Pit 25 cents. ivF fllLO'S GARDEN.? TTns E VENING , the en Is tertaiment will commence with the performance of Les Vaudevilles. RAVEL FAMILY, who will appear on the Tight Rope, and go throuph their unequalled and graceful performances. Alter which, a CONCERT, in which Mr*. Watson, Mr. T. Bishop, and Mr. Kdwin will appear. After which, a WONDERFUL ASCENSION sf Javelli and Mademoiselle Emihe Ravel. To conclude with OODENSKl.or the Skaters of Wilna ? Gri votiche, Mons. Jerome Ravel ? Lovenski, Antoine Ravel ? Betr.i, Madame Eugene. Tickets 50 cents, to be had at the music stores. sl2 PLKNDIBEXHlBI'lioai OF FIRR WORKS, at Castle Garden, for the benefit of the Orphan Asylum, Prince street, on Wednesday evening, the 13th ins t. The public are respectfully informed, that through the libe rality of Mr. Marsh, proprietor of Cas le Garden, a splendid display of Fir* works, will take place at the Garden for Hie be nefit of the above institution, on Wednesday evening, the 13th Inst the lunds of which are now tot-illy exhausted, particulars of which will be jiiven in handbills. The bawl, who have als? volunteered their services on this occasion, will commence at 7 o'clock. The Freworks will take place at J before 8. Admittance 50 cents. Tickets to be had of the Reverend the Catholic clergy of the several churches, of the managers of the institution, and at the Garden. sll-3t* SPL. hlNi)lI> PAINTINGS.? Now exhibiting at the Stay vesant Institute, Broadwav, opposite Bond street, two magnificent paintings, just arrived troin Paris, by the celebra ted ?ul>ulV, the painter of the much admired picture* ol Adam and Eve, and a distinguished pupil of David, whose modern style bids fair to rival the renowned ancient artists. To the admirers of the fine arts, these paintings oiler a treat not sur passed by any thing which has before been exhibited in this country. One of the paintings, covering 175 feet of canvass, represents a thrilling scene from Byron's Don Juan, (4th Canto, 37th stanza,) between Juan, Ilaidee, and Lambro; and the various passions with which tliry are agitated, allowing full scope to the pencil of a master, are most vividly depicted, The other, of smaller dimensions, although nearly as large as life, represents SI. John in the Wilderness, sipping the pure stream gushing from a rock, is in i>Mt true style ol David, and a most finished painting. Hours of exhibition from 9 in the morning till 10 at night. Admittance 25 cents? Season tickets 50 cents. Omnibuses will run to and from the place of exhihitiou ilur- ' iny the day and evening. sll-3m* PLENDID NEW MOVING PANORAMA, AT NIBLO'S GARDEN, superior to any thing ol the kind ever exhibited in this country ; painted by'the celebrated W. Danielh, Royal Academician, London. The subject is WILD ELEPHANT HUNTING, and a correct representa tion of the ISLAND OF CEYLON. All the artists and con noisseurs that have seen this splendid Panorama, pronounce it to l>e the best panoramic paiating ever brought to this country. Exhibited during the day ami evening. Admittance, '45 sent*. jyll-3m II. LI A R Bsfl MP HO V E D? Gentlemen* wishing to play atbiHiards, or purchase tables, are invited to o?l I at 218 or 92 Broadway ,neit door above Wall street, at the Sou thern CoflTt ? Room, where there* are 8 tabLm in one room, and try the pntvnt Indian Rubber cushions, slnte ?tone and compo sition cemented beds, with iron eagle frames. and common ta bles as above, will t>e found the Largest and best assortment ever offered to the public, advantages to those who wish to pur chase at short notice, as ihey can be packed atone day's no tice. N. B. Orders fur any thing in tM* line, with onsh or food reference, to A. BASSFORD, 21t> Broadway, will receive prompt stt'ntion- m 10 tl TH K Proprietor of Congres* llall has the pleasu -e to in form his friends and the public, that he has made an im* provement in his establishment, and is now ready to contract w ith families and individual* fur board Ibis winter, or a longer period. The parlors and bed rooms arc as pleasant, convenient and quiet as any in Broadway. Private tables will be served for families if required. There is also a ladies' ordinary, select for ladies and gentlemen in company. Terms will be reasonal Je. BARTON HAMMOND. i> !?!?* I HI /win AC It KM lbLliNOIH'LAM* will be ex IUiUUU changed lorsuspeidrd pajier. Apply to aoZltf w a. DUNHAM, .tt Wall St. All., or any of the Philadelphia small notes, or shin-plas ter*, will be received at par by H. OREUttKY, s9-lmis No. 131 William It, rpHK PANORAMA at NibUVs Garden will be taken I down in a lew days. The Garden positively Hose* on the 22d inst. for the accommodation of the Fair of Uie Mechanics' Institute. Entrances from Broadway and the North Garden. Open during Uie day and evening? Admittance 'A cents. For fuither particulars see b ?>k of description and the re marks of the New York and l?ndon journals. ?<> dt/2 QO|l CANAL NVKKKT. the second thoe store from fi 'J\f 9WWMI street, I* the plaae to get Boat* am) ShOM cheap. Huch a tremendous stock of such elegant articles ? so grent it variety, and so very clirap, way never Itefore collected together in o je place. Gentlemen's pump b<x>t* for $2. SO ; also boot* Miitahlr for the coming season, in the naruc prn|mrtinn ; alao Ladies' ami children'* boots ami ahoe* of everv description warriiiiii'<i t" stand te?t, :.>i -..itr imutualhr low. Don1! nntki the ?ti ii i'- WAI.KKII'S, 310, the M-co<id shoe store Iroai t.reen wh*h street. N. B.? Country merchant* supplied l?y Uie package or do ren. ?7-lm* / <01,11 AMD BI LLION OhH( 1 N?.tt4 WALL \M Htreet, 2 doora from PearL? THOMAS BARN AKD dealer in Bullion, kc. continue* to rive the highest price for Sovereigns, Douhloona, Bank of Kn?larid Note*. I rwurrt nt Note*, kc. AUo, oa hand and conatantly kept for tale flue gold ri?ll? d Silver and imported Plated Metal. ?old and ?Hver melted ami assays made. aul.ft-lm* HUKliKB, W KBHTEH A- < M. GOLD AND SILVF.R WATCH DIAL MANUFACTORY.Carner ?f Dey and Greenwich *U., New Tork. au30-lm* UTILLNAN'H CONCKNTRATICD COMPOUND ? SYRUP or SARSAPARILLA ? Por aale by the propria or of the receipt, A. Underbill, M Heekman *t; and by hit agent*, Dr. Ilart, Broadway, corner Chamber* St.; Dr. Onion. Grand and Bowerri Dr. Hyme, Bowery ami Walker. SheifTe lln, 114 Canal ?t; Dr. Neal>* 0th Avenue and Greenwich Lane. Kor particular*. *ee either of the acuta. auA-lm HHEUOK'M NUPKKIOH PKKJtlll M ItOOTM ?The ?ul?*rriher re*pectfolly inform* hi* numerous cu? tnmar* and th* public in general, that he ha* reduceil the pri ce* of hi* finrt rate Boot* for ca*h. vi?. on ready mad*, fl.fto ? ami oh thoae made to order, $1 60. Tin* rule will lie invaria ble, and th??e customer* whose work *hall be charged, wiH lie ex pecte.l in meet 1 1>?- 1 r hilla at the old price*, at 8 months, ami a proportionate reduction will be made according to the tiix of credit. The cuttomer* and the public are re?peetfully invited to call at 24 John *t, ami eiamine a new *tyle of Dre*a Boot*, nt pre sent worn hy the toa ?f London and Pari*, and admissible ami received in ike lashi' uahie ?vet,iar partie* and awniblie* ol tho?e cities. L. BRIM ?KB, *9-1 w J4 John street. Pitt A C II OHCHAHO AND MHl'VLKILL COAL.? Ranaom Titreville k Co. olfrr their oelehnued Peach Orchard and MchovlkHl coal at the aid and well known Clinton coal yard. No. I<? Monroa, between Roller* and Jaf frraon street*. warranted to he of the beat quality, and free from slate? delivered to any part of the city at ttw following reduced prices: Broken ami screened, and egg site, ? . $<* 00 per ton Not, ? I* do. fefMBfc, ? ? ? > ft# do. Order* received through the past ?Ac*, and oar hot at the office of the Bxprrsa. corner of Wall and Water street*, or M the coal yard, will be promptly attended to. N. B.? Coal by the cargo $7 2ft per ton of 2940 I ha. ?ai tail t~x a wfTc'n eqwpot- fnrrr Li NKkE SOAP? Price 50 cent*.? Far Iwaatit* ing the com plexion, removing freckle*, son born, tan. for healing ernp tion*, chap*, kc.. eelebrated for rem** ing unpleasant rough nessof the akin, producing a rich emollient ami fragrant tatlier ?evceMent quality for the toilet and nursery. Thi* ilellgbtfW compound i*compoaed of more emollient ingredient* than aay Soap that it offered far the toilet, and peculiarly adapt' I to the nor*ery and talr *ei, For sale whole*ale and retail by A Underbill, ?"* Beakman, corwr William st; Dr. Hart. Broadway, cornei < bamber* H-i Dr. Hyme, Bowery, corner Walker at} Dr. f4c4?ei(reltn, 114 Ca nal *L Price BmiIi per cake. ? 8i.lm RKADY nONRV I trifle ???!* for cash i wholesale priaea, (ftrM Boor,) Na. 91 Broadway, corner of Anthony umi A gnod *Hk Hat. hlaek or dr*N at ft W do. do. nr*t quality , eitm mperior IN The " Nt PltM Ulint," abort aa#, 3 to Yoath'i Hat*. 1 7ft Short aapa of clipped nutria, 4 00 Fine Mack do. do. S 7ft Manufactured in the very beat manner Gar the city rew U. Wholesale order* re*pectfuBy solicited. J. HTBUART, MM Bmadway. N B. A bandho* given with ench gentlemaa't haL |v7Jm* V ANIL. LA < KK AH C AMD t The .ul~ r.ber t.a. recently enlarged bw Candy Manufac on, ?? *" ? brace the Hngar refininf , and hereafter 'Ore gory '? Vanilla Crenm Candy* will he made of refined *aga r. and for *ale wlialeisle and retail at Ml William at, l?y M. Gregory, and at retad, by J. W Wilder, 3211 Braadwiyj J k J Coding on, 491 OreenwicktCa Mr. Bardre. IV Sfciar ?. Mrs. Uxkhart, ffndsoa t ; M t Vamtein, T9I1 Grand at, Mr* Hay*", lUt Pihon 4t, Brooklyn. til Iteto AMtlra IriM, JESHK CADY, Auctioneer. By jmmnm cad*, store no*. maad m w??r street*.? Tbi* Day, at bait put 9 ?Vl och, im UiiloaR Cor-l.a>er*, for cash, a large and general asawtia* of 4m It araw are, cutlery, fall goaO*, hat*, cotnlw, fancy *oap, cMk inXt guu*, ai*tol?, dirks, kc., with a* assortment of guoda nit ed u> the southern and Western market, too numerous u> lion i* an advertisement of tbu kind. At Privuv Sale? UMKW dozen Cnmhi. as?ort^i of all snwta. lbUU card* Birmingham and Sheffield Cutlery, of every riety imaginable ;*?0 down Collari and Bosom*. lo,ao? Needle*, assorted from 1 a 12, HeHuaiag'iand ilerwmm do. 3t>eo grow Button*, Coat, Vest, and Pearl,*ul>jeciu> ture, which will be taken in payment. AUo, Snuff Boxes, Pin*, kc. ?r. Itc. mJtJ .'lSh'rTOm"? French, ,?nu Rhode 111 and J ewe Isy, km P !?*" ? .Jt1*" l"*" ? <!uard Chaia* kc. inM-ly* .i Jv^ Pintle man, Mr. PECk, who bought a hill at anc tionon Friday, Kept. 8, in the nine of KINO, WALKER k , l< re,l,?-'ctfully requeued to call and settle hi* bill immedi ?<e|y- >i-jw Bv ? - ??J- ward, AnctioMtr. Y F. J. BEArsh ft CO., Store No. 153 Featt *Weet, corner of W . ? Th^ Day, ?t 9 o'clock, at the aao tton room, Hardware, Cutlery, confinting of pvw, pocket, dirk kuive* on card* ami in dosen,, ?ci*?ors ia doieu* and om card*; needle* in cajmister. and bt miles; double aad unclad eye spectacles ; steel ami bras* barreled pistol*; perctuaMM cap*, thimbles, knitting needle*, hooks ami eye*, kc. kc. Fancy Good*? Consisting of double er.tr* colore, ha!r ad, perfumery, French and English soap, Uwude- aater, kc. Also, an invoice of comb*, button^, cellars, bosom.,, lioou.aad shoes. Also, an invoiceof Jewelry? Consisting ?f ea*-rwg*, Brawl* rings, watche*. breast-pin*, attains, kc. kc. $4 KDHtUNB J. PlJRTKR, Auctioneer. Fr?NITI'HK. PI A NO FttR'lES, i.e.-BROM BERO L PORTER, 112 Fulton *t., c -.ri.er oi Dutch ?L. offer for sale u large assortment of splendid city inade furniture, well worthy the attention of those wishing to purchase. Alto, superior pian? fortes, fancy if* od*, Itc. s8-tf AVCripiV Stmi'K.-Hale of cl-thing, dry g.**,. and pledged article*. Tomorrow, 10 o'clock, Hi the sale* room, a ritie U>t of superior clothing, Also, l w? trunks go* d second hand do, superfine cloths, cas simeres. linen, muslin, calico, he. a quantity of jewelry, silver and plated ware, 27 ? niche*, and otu? r articles taken up from pawnbrokers. ?I2 THOS BELL. Auct. AI'CTIOX NOTICiC Furi.iture? ' Wednesday, at II* o'clock, at the sales room, a valuable as*oi?meiit of superi or furniturwof all descriptions, Isjth new and second hand. >12- 2t IIIO'SBELL, AucC AUCTION NOTICJ11? Elegant Kurniiurt ? Thursday, at 10 o'clock, the entire elegant furniture contained in the house ^.56 Lnigbt st mar St, John's Park, comprising a ge neral variety of every thing valuable elegant and useful ia housekeeping ; i piaAos, 2 sofas, clocks, vases, rardets, cut gla?, tie. |U THfffl, B>:L1., Aucu_ The (<rnttn-104 Cedar Str?-el. !ET KDWAHD RILF.Y? late assistant nt the Shades? re spectfully informs bis friends and the public, that he ha* fitted up the above Hou*?, where he intends to k??-p a choice aa MiriHient of Ale?, Wines, 4i.c. Welsh KitreS-ils in their season. ?7-lw J f NKW UXA.N'DKETHIAN OKKICK, I West strest, three iio?rs from Courtlandt street , and directly opposite the ALBANY (People's Line) WHARF. Dr. Biandreth has establmhed this otfke fur a very simple though sufficient reason, namely, beuutc it u wanted to supply the publx with tl>e TRIJE and GKNL'INE Braiidelh PilU re tail an<l w bob sale. The office wid be open fromti in the morning to 10 o'clock 1a lliv evening. STEAMBOAT PASSENOER* wanilr g pills previous to starting will fiad this office peculiarly convenient. s2-ln* I N ST It CCTIO N OjfTHK PIANO FOKTE HIT MRS. FRANCIS, from London. wh? has for several year* given lessons on the Piano Forte, in this ciiy, respectfully begs to inform the ladie* of New York that she has now a lew vacancies in ker cla>scs, and will be glad to instruct (on the same liberal and advantageous terms which have heretofore acquired fer her so highly respectable and extensive a patton ase,) any vounr ladie? who may desire to become proficient players. ' iMkleoce, No. 17 Watts street- *#-2w CmTmTkh W aktkd for th i south t westT J Book-ki eper* by '? double entry" only, in deaiand. The fall and winter sales of niercbandiu! at the south and west of our continent tin* year, will far exceed in amount the gloomy cal culations of our desponding speculator* of the north. Thiscan be plainly proved troui the nunilwr <?! book- keepers already employed this month, at Finn's office for instructions in book keeping, No. 174 Broadway; as also from the number of or ders received by Mr. F. toget supplied. Salaries fluctuating from #800 t? $1100 per annum. No student under the age of 15 will lie received at the alw?ve office, which is now enlarged. and open for the reception of men only, young or old, who will be accomplished in the shortest time jxsssihle, and iiualified Us conduct accounts, for any mercantile Ixtune in the trading world. N. B. Situations seasonably procured for all as usual. aul9-lm* L^OR S* LiC-A new aniT handsomely fitted up Conlec A tionnry Store in one of the best stieets in the city, with first rate convenience for manufacturing. Also, a large room ad joining the ?tore, suitable for a man and hi* wife. Any person with a small capital would do well to embrace (hi* opportuni ty. The terms made easy. Apfdy at ibis office. #1* HOARD WASrHilJ-A gentleman, hi* wife, and nurse, want board in a private tantilv until 1st of May. Th* terms must be reasosable. Address "A Merchant," at the of fiue of the Morning Herald. au30 lm* U'1'L.MKV KUK CASH AT HKDICEO PK1CKS.? The auhaci'lber* wishing to reduce then- pre sent large stock, now offer for tale as alMive (for current Bank Notes) orte of the mo*t extensive stocks of Ane and a*efal Cut lery ever imported into the lT?iied States, rnrMdMlng ??(' every deaeription Ul IM tf Ivory, Self-til), Black. Hone, Stag and Sham Buck Table Knives and Forks, Desserts and Carver*. RAZORS, of Rodgers. Elliott. W ade and Hulcker and tHher well known makers. Ro<lgers', Wosteuliolin's and Crmke'a Pocaet Cutlery. Sci**or* and Shear* of all sort*. Larceta Pallet te and Bufcher's Knives aa> Steel*. PISTOLS.? Pocket, Belt and Duelling Pistols.a very exten sive and complete asaortment, all well worthy the attention ? Southern and Western merchants and others. antl-lm* CKAVELEY k WREAKS. <> Astor Hoate. _ _ . _ _ Guilford point. \|AR1NK PA V I LION.-Tlii* delightful summerr . '? now open for the reception of company for th?? season. Being situated directly on the sea board, reader* Ihw place ? very healthy location, a* alow a pleasant situation, where an ahundaace ?( m mod can be hail, as atao i?a bathing. Term?-fl per day. or |6 per week. The bar U well stocked Willi clioice wine*? stabling cnmmnilwiu. N. B. Carriarr* are in craliues* atall timet upon the arrivW artbe '??earn tibial New Haven, to convey omwimi directly t> die Point. au)2 6w* RICHARD WELD. LOFTS TO LKT.- Roomy ami convenient Lofts to ? k?t, at 53 Ctdar street. AI*o. at M Broadway. Apply u> ?22w WILLIAM J\< KSON, id ft road way PLKAIIM TO TAKE NOTICK.-l. 8. IM KR NON 4 CO.'S Wholesale Cloak Warehouse I* 13 Cedar street, upstair*. Ladies', Veatle?ea's aad Children's t'loaka la rreat variety. aul4-Im vr.W Y O It K V.NII ItKOOIiLlN r ? ? A ?" 1 * CO. ? The Stockholders in thi* Company are notified thai the foarth and last instalment i* now due, ana they are requ<-*fc ed to call at the Treasurer's stfice, Na. 3 Astor House, Bare I if tt, and pay the same. COAL ? The company are now d- 1 wring from the y ary corner of Greenwich aad Kn orkitolder* who h?v* paid up the lour instalment *. i i- HO HON BROWN, PiesidenL Eli ICO A NT AMI 1!NK?1L Kl IIMTI'H K AT AUCTION IN BROOK LY N. ? Nilver and rich pla ted war*', elegant painted dining set; cut (laM: martiie lop centre table-; sideboard and pier do; superior piano forte; rich mantel clocks aud lamps. On Wednesday licit. at 10 o'clock, at No. 17 Willow street. Brooklyn. will positively be aohl U> the holiest MMtTi all the furniture of a gentleman removing from tlie city. It consists of almost everv at tirle wanted in BOMB kftpiag, l">ili useful ai d IMMMi CMdltfMI wHI lie prepsr<-.l lad tlM furni ture.ali nearly new, will be ethibiled on the moraine of ?ie. Suefc an opportunity to purchase at auction such artiries rarely occur*. sli-3t* II s I tHIIIVKI) I ItOM A MKT UK DAM. ?I AND FOR BALK? Warranted genuine llariem Oil, direct from tlie factory at Harlem. AI*o, a lot of Birds and a (mail lot ?i He hecory. Apply on board the Itark Patnoaa, at foot of Albany *t.,N. River. ? ilW / 'LIN ION IULI.-I I>| armed trom Itaiv. and mow v orien for e*hibiti'?n, in the Oallerv af the National Acade my of Design, at Clinton Mall, a cnllectWn of very valuable* oil Paintings, executed by the first ancient masters, and riahljr framed. To be viewed (rota 9 A. M . to 10 P. M. Admission 2'< cent*. Season ticket* Ml centa. tll-lw" LOM'I' Yesterday morning in r? ?g t orn llow.-rv through Walker In t ' anal st., a note of band dra wn by Joha Cloaaey to the order of J. Cropaey, and endorsed by him, dated March Ill- from date. f. >| f/T?. 77 The f'tader will be liberally r? war< W by leaving it with II. P. Cropaey, M West at. or at SB Bowery. sll-3t* < rin. ak i ni LATi^u pitoorn of tub n aSTONISIIINO KPPICACY or COHKN'S ( Kl.*. BR AT ED RHRI MATIC RMBRtM ATION.-The reader* of the Herald are respectfully referred to the rertificaie* puh hahed 1a another column of this paper, te*t>i? nr > < <if eitra ordmarv virtues of Cohen'* Rmbror alion for the core of Chro nic and Intlamaiatorjr Rheumatism, Lumbago, Sprain*, he.* prepared and sold only at No. 210 Hudson ?i . no agent* a? yet having been appointed elsewhere. All per*?ns who give thoa? certificate* their attention, will perceive i**' iiiey ar? not. like* the fictitious and high sounding docun??-nt* made ti?e mi by th? . advertising quarks of the (lay, sheer, impedrnt fnbrtca nons, but, on the contrary, are canine testimonials Iron ?onie of our tno*t umioi i?i> ctable ( iti?en? Wrm it neceaaary, a hundred others espressmg like strong and uneqnivocal evidence of the merit* of th<- Embro cation could he given, besides a number of letter* fro? medical gentlemen of hifffc ??*odiBf in thi* . itv, and from vari ott* part* of tije country . * I"1* ",i? a?.n*. -lecbae a pubhc mention of their names. The proprietor of the Krabro cation will, bawevrr. be glad to > ihibit to any p?r*.>na who mar call npon hint, (be having had permissioa (odoao.)the letter* and certificsuw referred to ; aaiong which, It may not be improper t" state, are live or si* from eminent statesmen noss at w athlnfftna, wiio have sent for I he *p?cific. ami. ?a ' letter* state, hava aktMM m-iantly etpericaced Its mng J laHy heallftf and remedial properties The auccass of the K<nbmcatioa has Keen so great since it* introdaetiaa to the pablic. only a few we?<k* since, that ike c? <ixl avarice of w-veral of the advertising ?p? < tilator* on pul i he fallibility (under the assumed title of <<.?? t"r *xd M. D > have attempM ta impo*e upon tlie communiiy a spurloua and injurious compound the aniy inducement which lb' * oftr for" t, .,1^.1,. fig a price far below that IfMcti Bt .uhsCriber ic arluaMy compelled tochnrjre for hi* prepnrati?a. they not ha-* ving a aifHTle genalae rertlf.cate or proof thai their invetitioia (a* they term it) has effected any cures under any cir< umstaa ces. It may not he amis* to Mate that the KmbrncaUnn isentireljr free from ?iiy re. ere u rial ingredient, and that, notwithsua?liii^ it* application i? invariably eitetnal, ita qorai effecls are (a* matter ho?? fever e the rbeumaf e attacho always ImeediMely feH. M. B. CUMBN f1? Hn<t*ori street, ?ll-9Ua New York.