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in veaterday morning ; the loft Keokuk, which If
ted but twelve mile* from Nauvoo, on Thurada eltua"
ing ; the ottioers of the boat report to ut no u' ./ morn
oitemont among the inhabitant* of the form' aeiUat ex
n?t the least nnponrauce of that eonalerne' *r place, and
rion tliat the burning of three hundred den and confu
imnediute neighborhood would be ' hottses in their
but, on the contrary, the more intr" jfcely to produce;
inhabitant* seemed diapoaed to -allgent portion of the
ightly, and spoke of it a* the r treat the whole afl'air
the VVnrsawiana, Carthag' -eeond I'unic war between
with which they had noth -klana and .Mormons, and
(Warsaw,) five mile* b> -OR to do. At the aeat of war,
U found every thinr ACw Keokuk, the oltlcera of the
siege- The town h* it were, under a aeveri yearn'
the female popul- wos nearly ot entirely doaerted by
posite ?ide of*' *tion, who had been removed to the op
A* Werae -a* river for anfety.
down, her '*> a,tt>r the B. ha! left Keokuk, coming
in that ? officers undeistood from a rumorthat was riia
had p ??lbce, that 000 Mormons, in two different armiea,
0f .rmed at the latter place on their way to the aceue
the distuibaueo uud the burnt district lor the purpoae
of aiding fiackenstos, the Mormon Sheriff, in arresting
?ml bunging the auti-Mormou rioter* to justice. A re
port was also in circulation, that the " holy twelvo" of
N uvoo had sent, or were about to send, a flag of truce
to VVaiaaw for the cessation of hostilities, with un agree
ment for a capitulation ; one of the counts in the agree
ment "as repotted to be that they, the twelve Apostles
and ruler* of the Latter Day Saint* and city oi Nauvoo,
would agree upon a general buiial of the hatchet by the
auti Mormons and an entire cessation of hostilities, to
abandon, evacuute and desert the temple of their fathers
ami Holy City of Nauvoo neat spring. This is about as
preposterous a* the aoo bucpt houses.
Hartford, Sept. 25,1S45.
Military?Nine Companies Drillin/fjm Six Consecu
tive Days?Our Militia Imios, and a Curst upon
them?" Sack and Bucket" Boys.
" Hub a dub goes the drum,
Trainin' day ha? mirely come," ko.
For the past week in this city, we have had a con
tinual " rub-a-dubbing." First, the Light Guards
appeared, numbering thirty odd men, and firing at a
target, which was pretty effectually riddled, gave
us a treat to their superb marching and drilling, such
an cannot be beat, even by her Majesty's picked
troops. This is the corps that visited your city from
hence the past summer. Next, the Ride Company,
with some twenty members, gave us a specimen of
their skill. Then the Light Infantry, numbering
twelve privates and non-commissioned officers,
inarched up street and then marched down ugain.?
The Artillery.Company, compriringthirty odd mem
bers, also showed off ih . ir skill. And the Cavalry,
about thirty rank and lite, rode through our streets
to the sound of a trumpet and bugle, displaying
their skill in the use of the sword and pistol?all ex
cellently done. Of these companies, the Light
Guard, Rifle and Artilleiy Corps had reflectively
the Hartford Brass Band for musicians.and of course
the*e companies had no excuse for other than ex
cellent marching. Our account now brings us down
to yesterday, when three militia?"Floociwood"
or ' Ragtoe"?companies of this city appeared, not
in all reflects " armed and equipjied as the law di
rects." The three companies numbered nearly two
hundred soldiers ; the commissioned officers were
all handsomely and lawfully equipped?so were the
" snjers"?minus the 'awful. The North Company
mustered two titers j\id three drummers ; the Cen
tre Company employi d the Hartford Brass Band in
uniform ; the South had three fifers and six drum
mers. They formed a battalion about three o'clock
P.M., and uniting their music gave us a specimen
of" malicious trainin,' "such as raised our risible fa
culties to a considerable pitch Their united music was
glorious?full, heavy, and enough of it?so that it
shook the very foundations of the dwellings, and
made the stones under their feet tremble and quake.
After marching through all our principal streets,
(hey came to a dcacf halt before'.Central Row?
" backward wheeled" into a line, und fired a salute
to Gen. Waterman, Uncle Sam's Post Office, and
Clinton Lunch?but the General, nor Uncle Sam,
neither the proprietors of Clinton Lunch, offered to
treat these " patriotic spjers." Shame on them!
Their firing was a considerable touch of a feu de
jeic!?and 1 have doubts whether some of the guns
loaded on that occasion nave yet gone off. As for
the "neat and handsome uniforms,"it would puzzle
Old Nick to find any two out of the two hundred
soldiers whose uniforms were alike. Some had
red top boots?some had cow-hide ditto, and some
110 boots at all. As for breeches, you could find
every description that is not desirable, from the
tights of '40, to the bags of '45, with straps 12 inches
long, and without straps, but reaching not within
fifteen inches of the ground, and even to the old
fashioned short breeches, with white stockings,
that came nearly hnlf a foot above the knee, and
there united by buckles, tfce. As for coats, every
thing that could be tortured into military colors,
w is brought into requisition. One "sojer"hada
coat trimmed with white lace, and a red handker
chief piruie<t around his shoulders in shawl fashion, |
to c*t the red trimmings. Ajiother had a coat large !
enough for two like liim. Another was laced up 1
tighter than any belle of '4B (?">1 n-n-? i- ?a !
'15 lacing is out of fashion amongst the women) j
and when he put it oil, he had evidently stuck his 1
arum "about a feet" too far through me sleeves.
Another, a coat of all colors, with skirts reaching
i,i : i ? rmiiiJ. And with this same style of de
h their coats, 1 could fill a column of your
Herald were it edifying. As for hats, every
kiti 'doni, race, age, and fashion, was faith
lum' represented. One " iojer" had for his
" facade," a large card on which was paint
ed " Mutual Insurance," and a hen's feather
stuck out from behind it. Another had painted
(in h piece oi paste-hoard, which whs Ins "facade."
" L't Mexico tremble." And from beneath this hat
protruded i v< ry fierce visage, which was buried up
to the <ye- iu a stiff card paper collar, which co'lar
*8 prevented from lallmg over by a broad piece of
red flannel tied around the chops of the possessor.
Tips came "a la militaire" style of collar was quite
fashionable amongst tbe troops. As for " waving
plumes" you could find all kinds, including hen.
roo-ter, ostrich, and "sunflower"?a new kind
r pk d in the Yankee soil. The cartridge boxes and
knaps cks were a great curiosity?from the "box"
wiii'i twelve holes bored in a piece ot timber, with
no covering, to the one a foot square labelled 177fi
Fome of them relics The guns, or muskets, were
,i great curiosity; there were no broom handle?,,
umbrellas, or any such things passed ofl as gu-j,,
although the "sojers " all thought they were "bo'4ed'
riiougu to be compelled to leave their workshops
and tramp through the streets to pamper tl ^ ,,n,|t
of "epauletted captains, colonels and P^enerala,'
without being compelled to bring along guns ready
" bored." One only will I describe?tl jC barrel wa.?
over nine feet in length, and the ha yonet five jv-ei
additional?this is a tact. When tl captain of thr
South Company first ordered them, t0"order arms,'
seeing this gun so high up in air> ran down
fiercely to its possessor, with " why don't you ordei
* arms T' He replied meekly ?captain, arnt lor
dered 1" The captain onfi. laughed, and that wat
tall he said, and sneake 0fl, If my sheet, or ra
ther " ounce" permitt ^ j cou|d give you farthei
interesting details.
Thus much 1 he <e written, as it actually existed
It speaks in "Uu ^'atn" tones, that the Connection
militia system JS >.v?n humbug," and that the people
are humbug ^ H j,.w humbugging officers, whe
like to str Jt oVnr their fellow.men, clothed with i
Intle br authority, to show their importance?
some whom would never otherwise soar above
,lie Sediment ol the treacle on which ihey live. No
J mail amongst these two hundred militia is the
leust better tilted to-day than he was a week ago, tc
defend Ins country. Then why this three days an
iiuul tax upon the workingmen^of the community
merely to gratify the pride of a lew men who moon
golden epaulettes! If actual service was needed troii
Connecticut boys, lo defend "our firesides and ou
MHored altars," you would find Connecticut hearts!*
beat -as warmly, and you would find Connecticu
foreioost and first, as in the revolution, furnishing
?more men, and more money, in proportion to lie
population, than any other Stale in the Union Bu
it is unjust to weigh down the labor of Connecticut
tans with such a miserable and contemptible cod<
ol militia laws as now exist. The day is not fa
< i i -1 ,i 111 when they will be overturned and the up
Holders ot ih? present rotten system buried unde
it- ruins, epaulettes and all. And may there arise no
i'roin, but over it* ruins and its buried idols, a com
of laws congenial to the spirit ot our governmen
and of the age.
To-day the " 8ack and Bucket Company, corn
posed of ihe " young bloods" ot this city,cutchin)
a litile of the military fever, had a target firing ex
curKion. They appeared very neat in their /. fin
shirts, while pants and glazed caps. Marching wai
excellent, to the music of the H. Brass Band. I h<
target was w ell riddled for those whose duty it is t<
pui out fires, instead ot tiring. They have nov
proved that they know how to make fires as well a
to p t out tires, for either ot which they this day bji
pear is he on hand. They had their Hnnual dinne
at the City Hotel.
As I was not among the "invited guests" I can
noi give you the sayings and doings at the table, bu
many ol tliern imagined themselves Wrbsters al
Syracuse Agricultural dinner.
Foroiry.?On Thursday last, George Lindsay, an
Indian, was arrested in Buffalo on a charge of forg
ing a cheek on O. I ee's Hank, in that cfiy. lor four hnn
died and (ltty-sevon dollars, Mining it 8. Oshorn, the
iminn ol the Indian Agent Lindsay did not present it at
llir Bank, hut took it to a linrher hy the name of Tatum,
ami requested lorn to take it and get it cashed. Thin was
nit done, however, and the check was delivered to Os
rnru. who made complaint at the Police office.
Ihon Stramroat on i mk Lakr.?It is stated in the
Detroit jldrtrtner that there is a project on toot.iin
dei the patronage of some of the heaviest capitalists and
mii i ofbasinasa in the State ot Massachusetts, New York
and Michigan, which has for its object the building and
putting sliest an iron steamboat, to run direct from
puTilo to Detroit, without ktopping -iava, possibly at
t ievslaniU in cootieaUoii vvfih tbe .Michigan ?u4 I. etc
Vtai ttailrond. 1 '
Brooklyn City Intelligence.
Police Reform in Brooklyn.?It ii now many wcki
?ince tho Mayor of thii city presented a plan for the re
organization of the Watch and Police Department*, and,
us yet, no'.h'ng ha* been done toward* establishing a bet
ter or more effective protection against burglaries, high
way robberies, arion, or any of the other numerous
evil* now ?o much and *o generally complaiued ol; inci
dent le*s to a lack of discipline, than to the wretched
und unwise economy which limit* the number of officer*
to a mere " village guard." The regular meeting of the
Common Council will take place thi* evening, when, it
is hoped, some action may be taken on the subject, of a
positive and definite character, so that the citizen* of
Brooklyn may no longer remain in suspense as to the
probability of their persons and property being secured
from the attack* of marauders and thieves, during the
em uing winter, so far as municipal legislation can pre
vent such depredatious and such calamities.
Oou Fellows os- Brooklyn.? One of the most satisfac
tory prools that can be furnished of the great worth and
high excellence of this " Order," as a general body, is
the care which they take of their respected dead. At
the Greenwood Cemetery, may be seen a plot of ground
belonging to the " Brooklyn Lodge," selected with much I
jud gment as to its location, and enclosed in a costly and
magnificent manner. There are many who regard such
associations at dangerous to the well being of the com
munity, and as having au injurious influence upon the
rising generation. Let all such pay a visit to the doubly
consecrated graves of those who lie entombed in the
above romantic spot, and then let them answer, by their
consciences, ii tueie be aught in "Odd fellowship
that merits odium or execration.
Funeral Solemnities ?A more solemn and imposing
procession than that which yesterday attended to the
glaive the last remains of Dr. McKay, of Brooklyn, has
no' been witnessed in uny place at the interment of any
private citizen. Although the sou of a mechanic, lie had
at'uiiied an enviable distinction iu the profession which
he uad chosen, and waa in a fair way to become eminent,
when the common enemy put a period to his promising
career. Notwithstanding that his remains were interred
wiihout "pugeantry or display," the high estimation in
winch he was held in the community, was shown by the
unaffected grief of the hundreds who were present at the
funeral obsequies at Greenwood.
Mysterious Disapi-carance.?A man named John
O'llrien, a native of the county of Kilkenny, Ireland anil
formerly a privato soldier in the Inlantry service of the
United States, has been missing for some timo past, and a
great number of hi* relatives and friends in Brooklyn, (ol
which city he was long a resident) have become alarmed
at his singular and mysterious absence. In to morrow's
Herald an advertisement will be published ottering a re
ward for his discovery.
Deoradinc. Spectacle.?Yesterday afternoon, a man
evidently in the last stages of delirium tremens, was
found by Officer Reynolds, at the door of a
shanty in Columbia street, in company with a number
ol persons who appeared desirous of giving nun
more liquor, instead of iemoving him to a place ol safety
and retreat. Mr. Reynolds very properly wrested him !
from tho custody of his profligate companions, and con- >
vcyed him to the Alms House Hospital at Flatbush.
Disorderly Bovs.?Officers Kelt, Havnes and Mc- I
Cormick were busily engaged for soveral hours yester
day in routing lrom Gowanus and the vicinity ol the 1
South Kerry, a number of riotous and disorderly boys,
who have been in the habit of congregating lor several
weeks post on the Sabbath day, for inegal and disgrace
ful purposes. The young vagabonds belong to New
York, and three or four ot thom were taken into custo
dy, that they may be punished, as an example to others. |
Kerry Thieves.?Several larcenies have lately taken
place at the Kulton and South Kerries, and so daring
huve the thieves become, that unless officers are re
gularly stationed at those places, no man having proper- ,
ty iu his possession will be sale from robbery.
Movements ot Travellers.
The Hotels exhibited yesterday but a very limited
amount of travellers. The following is, it may be said,
a general summary of the whole :
American?Thomas Smith, United States Army; S.
Smith, Providence: 11. S. Ripley, United States Army;
G. Greeland, Artillery; Frederick O. Prince, Boston; W.
Lithgow, New Orleans; George Blight, Philadelphia; R.
K. Brumont, Illinois; Col. Fanning, U.S.A.
Ystor?J. II. Carter, North Carolina; II S. Sanforil,
Connecticut; Charles Davis, Roxbury; W. C. Broen,
Charleston, S.C.; George Bowen, Dorchester; K. Robin,
son, Albany; Mr. Asker, Montreak-U. P. Ruth, Georgia;
W. P. Rodman, North Carolina; Joseph Kustis, Boston;
R. Davis, Virginia; Joseph B. Norris,. Boston ;
S. Smith, New Orleans; F. R. Grant, St. Louis; Char.les
Stanshury, Burlington; T. H Kidder, New Orleans; Geo."
I'oabody, Philadelphia; H. Trowbridge, New Haven.
(Jity?j. Andrews White, North Carolina; Thomas
White, Jas. McCulloch, Virginia; Oscar Durand. Guada
loupe; E. K. Powers, Columbus; J. P. Raymond, Penn
sylvania; John Lane, Texas; C.S. loster, Pembroke,L.L;
Pino, Boston; H. Copper, U. S. A.; Mr.,Winslow, Milwau
kie; J. C. Watrous, Galveston; Messrs. Hall and Dewey,
Louisville; P. C. Harston, Virginia; C. S. Smith, Phila
delphia; T. L. Howard, Charleston; M. M. Todd, Nor
folk; A. W. Crosby, U.S. ship Preble.
Franklin.?A. W. Goddell, Troy; J. Shuchlett, Va.,
R. C. Shuchlett, Pittsburgh; C. Mi'chsll, U. S. A.; Jos.
Luthort, Northampton; W. Mitchell, Montgomery Co.,
Miss.; W. P. Scott, N. O.; R. H. Gillett, Ogdenshurgh; J.
J. Nlckson, Charleston; W. Young, Pittsburg; J. R
Sf>eed, Noith Carolina; B. A. Reynolds, Geo.; R Craig.
Globe?Charles D. Williams, Boston; Mr. Addison,
Pittsburgh; Chevalier de Beacanu, Washington; J. Wil
liamson, London.
Howard?J. Haige, Baltimore; C. A. Loomes, Ohio;
Hon. K B. Wesley, Albany; C. 11. Brainard, Boston; P.
G. Young, Baltimore; Geo. Trescott, do.; M. G. 1 horn as
N. York; F. Kodes, Boston; J. R. Kellock, S. C.; L. Den
ny, Worcester; J. L. Bewail, Maine; G. W. Eaton, ( has.
Fuwcett, Norwich; Drs. Duucombe and Skinner, Provi
dence ; tGe<n Strachan^*;^? y 'smith,'Paris,'tanada.''h'
Political anil Personal.
A meeting of young whigs, favorable to the nomina
tion of Gen Winfield Scott for President, and Oen. James
Irvin, of Centre county, for governor, assembled at Hunt
iugdon, Pa., on the 20th inst.
The whigs of Butler, Pa., at a large county meeting,
nominated Major John Harris as their candidate for the
legislature, in place of Dr. De Wolf, declined.
The last Connecticut Legislature adopted such mea
sures, that herealter elections will be decided by plural
ities? not majorities. This will put an end to the import
suice of third parties.
The anti-renters of Schoharie county have normnate.l
a full ticket N-for sherifl, George B. Badgley, of Blen
hcim. Assembly, Thomas Smith of Cobleslull, and Adam
Mattice, of Broome
Hon. J. P. Kennedy is publishing a series of communi
cations upou the great political topics of the day, ad
diessed tu the people of his district.
Tho Hon. Mr. Marsh, M. C., lrom Vermont, has now
quite "recovered his health.
H an. Levi Woodbury is to locture before the Lowell
Institute on next Monday evening.
"Melancholy Accident.?Stockton Boudinot, a
Vim ol E. E. Boudinot, Esq., formerly of this city,
a student iu the College of N. J. at Princeton, undesign
edlv shot himself yesterday, we iear latally, near that j
nlace It appears that he was with a friend, between ,
V'rinceton and Kingston, preparing to go out on a shoot
ing excursion, when Boudinot picked up his guu by the
barrel, the muzzle towards Ins head ; the trigger caught
against something and discharged the whole contents
into his head, carrying away pan of tho skull. He was
not dead at twelve o'mock to-day, but no hopes were en
tertained of his recovery.?Newark Stpt. 27.
Largest Load ?The river boat Northumberland,
brought down the canal last Saturday 4400 bushels
ol wheut-the largest load ever floated on tho Lne
Ditch."?Roch. aide.
Nuvlifiitloii of (tee Oteloltlver.
Placet. Tune. State of River.
Pittsburg,. . ,$Jept. 'iS 4 feet full.
Wheeling,. ..Sept. a3, 10 A. M.. . .36 inches in channel;
rising slowly.
Louisville,.. .Sept. a3, 3 feet 8 inches in
Cincinnati,. ..Sept. oa, 3 to 34 feet on the
Mats ami bars.
THE WORLD'S CONVENTION will he hehl in
Clinton Hall, auil commence it' proceedings at 10 o'clock on
Wednesday inorniiiit, 1st October, when all who are interested
111 the improT, ment of the condition of society, irrespective of
any of the existing divisions, which prevent Cnion.aiid de
stroy the germs ot chanty, are invited to attend to assist in the
adoption of measures that will enable the public, in a short
time, to apply* its abundant materials and powers to ensure
permanent prosperity and progressive happiness to the entire
population of these states. It is fu I tune that the inhabitants
of America should be 110 longer deceived and held 111 mental
bondage by mere words, forms anil ceremonies. meaniiiK until
ins that is substantial or that can ever improve the condition of
the millions.or even of those who are trained touse the words,
and practice tlm forms and ceremonies. To secure permanent
progressive prosperity and happiil-ss for all, will now. by one
bold and tlodlik 1 effort, be speedily effected. To accomplish
this object, a full supply of wealth and a superior character fur
all, are alone required. The menus to attain both universally,
have been liiacovered through the late progress of inventions
and unprov omenta 111 the arts and sciences, and these means
m?y lie united into one Krand practic il science, as tised and crr
Utin in its operations as any 01 the tised sciences. Of this
statement let none rlonlit, is lit 11 they have honestly applied their
minds to the investigation of the principle and plans to be pro
posed?and as such result w ill be most advantageous for all, let
no one intrude his more ignorant local prejudices as an opsin
He to'.he attainment of (Inn great pel inaio iit good for all ; hut
let every one endeavor to repress on tins occasion his own pre
judices of locality and the prejudices of others ; for it is these
early imbibed prejudie s alone, that now stand between mm
and a high degree of physical null mental excellence, and hap
piness in proportion as this excellence shill lie aitained But
l>t none supnose that they are not prejudiced. The people of
all nations over the world are locally prejudiced, in ilmir sec
tarian dissensions, in their government .11 d customs, in their
classifications and partisan notions. The Jews, the Chinese,
ilie Hindoos, the Mahomeilsns, the Pagans and the Christians,
through their endless sectarian division), are one and all strong
ly locally prejudiced. h rich at ion is locally prejudiced
against all other nations, e ich race against all other races, each
class against every oth,r class, and, to sum intent, each one
against every other, even in tile same localu y.
Theseloca! prejudices prevent union and destroy charity, and
wilhoutuuinn and charity there can be no permanent proapeii
ty, eirellenre or h ppmess. All local prejudices emanate
alone from ignorance ; to remove this ignorance there must lie
an entire change 111 the circumstances by which 0 is hourly per
petuated. The causes of all local prejudices are known, ami
under the guidance of this spirit of charity and kindness may
now he removed, and all of 1 hem, without violence r>r 1II-will
abandoned. Those, therefore who attend the " World's I on
vention," will he ol little use tnit unless they come prep red to
abandon all that can there be proved tube injurious local pre
jndices.aiirl now formidable obstacles to the introduction of
universal charily, mental libertv and kindness. And without
these virtues it will lie forever useless and vain to expect pros
perity, eacellence and happiurs* in society, in thi? or in any
other part of the world
These virtnes can he attained and secured i\ practice only by
1st, ah nice of local prejudices : 2d, a universal good practical
education freed from local prejudices?to ensure a superior
rharseter ; :ul. regular systematic beneficial employment to en
sure a surplus of we.allh for all ; 4111. a sci ntllir 1 - r uigrnirnt
"? external ciicum stances to compose societies which alia 11 is
elude I cal prejudices, and include superioreduc ipon and em
ployment ; bill, local gov-runient without force or fraud, which
shall be 10 Constructed that each'inn under its direction shall
he cared for and Justly treated. All tins may now he accom
plished by the World a Convention. Education, employment,
no local prejudices, and "government that will care for all,
>nd act jnstly to earn on the principle of universal charity and
k ndncss ; with theae the future happiness of the World will
be jxrmwiMtly aecured. A Fneml to All.
N?, 11 ruib Avenue, N?w Yotlti
Ethiopian 8?nn?deri?-Ptlmo'i Opera
House?The aniiuniiceoirut that Mew*. (Jennon, llanniugtoo,
I'elhaui, Uc have reeugaged (he Oprra House, will confer un
speakable pleasure upon all ihoae who have unjoyed, and are
still further desirous of enjoying their uue<iualled aud beauti
fully harmonized concerts, glees, solos, (cc. No company
eve r so completely rivet ted and fascinated the public attention
as this gift, d company ; aud from the promises made for their
continued apiiear.nice this evening, no doubt the cup of their
well-merittdsuccess will overflow.
Mrs, Mowatt.-Just PulslUlied, " Evelyn,
Or, A Heart Unmasked." A tale of domestic life, by Anna
Cora Mo watt, author of" Fashiou," a comedy; "The Fortune
Hunter," Itc., a new edition, in 2 vols , each 25 cts. For sale
by Bur, ess, Stringer It Co , 222 Broadway, corner of Ann St.,
aud by bookeellers and periodical agents generally in this city.
" Mrs. Mowstt is welt known as the author of the Comedy of
" Fashion," and as a promiuesit contributor to the various pe
riodic sla of the day. The present novel is in every way worthy
of her reputation. The style is flowing and sparkling, well
ad-p'ed tor narration, and full of spirit and grace. The plot is
deeply interesting, and is developed wiili great skill and bold
ness. The passions are represented with much power. Thr
chsract*rs are well drawn, some of them displayiug an insight
iutothe heart at once keen nnd comprehensive.
" Kvelyn, the heroine, is delineated with most graphic skill.
The whole novel evinces more mental resources than usuallv
characterize works of the kind. Some scenes are wrought up
with tragic force, and ther-* are passages of exquisite pathos.
It is a work which will outlive the ephemeral romances of I Iks
d IV, for it is grounded deep ill human passion and affection." ?
[Graham's Magazine.
I, utiles' Writing Cluaaru. ? Air. Oliver B.
Goldsmith respectfully informs th e Ladies of New York and
Brooklyu. that he will commence two classes for the instruc
tion of Ins much admired system of Epislolatory Penmanship,
this day, at his rooms, 2B3 Broidway, corner of He.ide street.
Cltsses will meet daily at 11 A. M. and fbj P. vl. Pupils may
always re-eive the lessors at such days as will best suit their
Ttrnn.?For the course of ten les-ons, ouly $3, and no extra
charge. Ladles wishing to improve their handwriting, are |aj
litelv invited to call at the above hours and examine .Sir. Gold
smith's specimens of penmanship, which have u on the tirst
premium, five years, at the great fairs of the American
Sunday, September ;4R?<1 P. M.
1 he stock market during the week just closed has
been rather more buoyant than usual; prices have ad
lanctd set oral per cent, and very extensive sales have
>een made. At the close ot week before last the stock
maiket appeared to be improving very rapidly; quota
tion, were daily advancing and a speculative movement
to some extent appeared to be rising. Alter an improve
ment reaching six and eight per cent had been realized"
on some of the fancies, the complexion of the market
changed and pi ices fell off a little. The decline since
has been very gradual audit is likely will be arrested in
a day or two. The advance in the fancy railroad stocks
was too rapid, and great fears were entertained that the
shorts could not be able to sustain themselves long in
the face of such a rapid rise, and the bulls were com
pelled to let prices droop a little, to enable the shorts to
gather a little strength. Several of the weakest shorts
broke down upon the advance reached, and it was only
to prevent a more general crash that induced those ha
ving the control of juices to slack up u little. As soon
as it becomes safe again, prices will advance, and we
should not be surprised to see quotations run up as high
ns they have been for several years. Kvery thing is in
fuvor of a speculation in stocks. Money is cheaj) and
abundant; the rate of interest does not rule over six per
cent, and any amount of cajiital is offering at that rate
'1 here is nothing likely at present to derange commer
cm1 matters; our external relations are in an unsettled
state it is true, but there is little danger of any alarming
didlcultics growing out of them. Our internal affairs are in
a very prosperous condition,and although there has been
a great deal said in relation to changes in the tariff, the
disposal of the surplus revenue, Sic., there appears very
little probability of any of these important measures un
dergoing any alteration. The times a,e decidedly in fa 1
vor of a steady expansion in the operations of trade , and
"l a very extensive movement in stocks. There is a
wide margin for an advance in most of the stocks used
for speculation in this market. Quotations all through
the recent war excitement, steadily fell off, and before
the fever subsided they touched a very low point; prices
particularly for the fancies, declined in many instances'
ten and twelve per cent, and the first speculative move
ment made found quotations so much reduced that a
short time sulticed to ruu prices up to a very high point
Long Island Railroad within the ten days advanced ten per I
cent; Norwich and Worcester about the same; Harlem 3 '
l?er cent; Krie, five; Reading Railroad, three; and others
a less per cent The next speculative movement made
in these stocks will, without doubt, send prices up us
high above those now ruling,as they are now above those
current two weeks since. Many ofthese stocks are im- '
proving in real value nearly as rapidly as they at times
advance. The Railroad stocks particularly, are almost
daily improving, notwithstanding which the current quo
tations for some of them are at this moment ten and fif
teen per cent below those ruling twelve and eighteen '
months since. The stock of the Norwich and Worcester
Railroad has boon selling, since the regular dividends
centoe'J'"^ h^Leenpaid.at pnce. scyeral ^or
paid to the stockholders out of the earnings of the road.
These things show the slight evidence of value, prices
established and regulated by stock speculators, give.
We annex a comparative table giving the quotations
efsome of the stocks used in this market for speculation
for each day of the past week, and at the close of the'
week previous. It will be observed that in most of the
fancies there has been a great improvement, but the clo"
sing prices show a falling off iiom those ruling early in
the week :?
Quotations ko* the Principal Stoces nt the New Tori
... Sot. Af<m. Tu'y. Wei. 7Vy /?V'y.So/
Leng Island 69 71 70 69* 70* 69 *y 69*
Mohawk ? ? js* _ 5(| _ 4
Harlem 64* 66* - - ? 63* I
Canton... 43 44 43* 42* 42* 42 42*
banners'Loan 35 35 V 35 * 34 * 34 * 34 34*
Nor. luid Wor 74* 77* 76* 75* 75 73* 73V
97 * 96* 97* - 97 V 97 97
Illinois Sixes 37* 38 38 38 37 * 37 * 37*
Indians ? 34* _ _ 34 V ? ail
Kentucky Sixes - 102 _ Jul* _ _
Peun'a. hires 77* 78 77* 77 76* 76* 76*
Stouington 32* 32* 32 31* 32 31 31
trie Railroad 34* 34* 31* 34* 36 36 35*
Vicksburg 9 9 8* ?i. 9 _ _ "
U S. Bank.. 5* 5* ?' 5"* 5* _ j*
Reading RR 51 51* 51* - 50* 49 49*
Morris Canal 27* 27* 27 * 26* 26 * 24 * 24*
kast Boston ? 15 14* 15 14^ _ _
A comparison of prices ruling yesterday with those
current at the close ol the week previous, shows an ad
vance in Long Island of j per cent; Krie Railroad, 1J;
and a decline inlanton of 1 per cent; Farmers' Loan, j;
Norwich and Worcester, j; Illinois fi's, j; Pennsylva
nia ft's, J; Stouington, 1J; Reading Railroad, 1J; and
Morris Canal 3 per cent.
The election of Directors of tne Stonington Railroad
Company takes place on Tuesday at Stouington. The
stockholders and the bondholders are both confident of
success, and it is possible that as the two parties will be
so equally balanced at tho contest, a compromise of some
sort will be jireposed and accepted. O eat efforts have
been made by each jiarty to carry its ticket, and the
bondholders have even been purchasing the stock at
pi ices above the market, to keeji possession of the road.
It is possible the strongest jiarty may agree to put in
some of those nominated by the other side, for the pur
pose of reconciling the existing difficulties.
We annex official tables showing the value of merchan*
dise exjiorted from the j>ort of New York for the past two
years. It will be observed that the exports for the cor
rcsjionding month in each year are comjiaratively given
I he quarterly returns ol imjiorts and exports exhibit an
increase over those given monthly, many of the minor
articles and warehoused goods being held over to the
quarterly reports. For all useful purposes, however,
the monthly returns are sufficiently accurate. The va
lue of each article exported has not yet been officially
?nude out. About one-third of tho aggregate value of
merchandise exjiorted from the United States, is shijiped
Irom this port, making it the second exporting jiort of
the Union .
Statement or the Value or Exports or (?nons, Waar.
ant1 Merchandise i rom New York, krom the Month
lv Reports, for t he Past Two FIscaL Years
t- ? -? , , ,, ffunt 1843. June 1841 Incr. IJecr. '
r o reign articles liable to
30-1,762 227,012 ? 77 750
Foreign articles not liable '
'"J"? ? 160,237 176,673 16,366 -
Donatio produce not im
bla to duty. ,, 1,928,854 2,968,557 1,039,703 -
Specie .Old bullion 201,578 114.905 211,327 -
r?u,i 2,597,411 3,787,077 1,267,396 77,7.i0
Foreign article, liable to da-"'" l8'3 J"'V ,#k Dt"
Foreign' article! not liable 288''88 >?.?? ~
Domestic produce not iiable r'?'4W 60.461 ' ~*
u,'"'1,k?iY,? 1,457,184 1,.581.515 127,331 ?
Specie and bullion 279,712 191,886 ? 81,826
2,036,141 1,970,211 127,318 183,268
Fo eignarlicl to,8M' Incr' /W>
Foreign articles not lMh||> M'8M ,fll'822
Domestic produce not liable M'Vi ~
k'nil'.^- 1.166,607 1,631,297 461,690 -
s p. c.i and bullion 318,691 1,180,791 83?, 130 ?
fOO,091 2.978,087 1,294.810 20.820
Foreign articles liable to dn?*' l844' ",n
FoVej,..;irticle. not ii.hU "8,"J ~ *??'
Domestic produce not liable 'n8""4 "'?i " <',284
Specie'ind t.uiUoi. ''^'7* 2'f,V1'606 t.W.tH -
1 million 713 044 609,292 - 103,752
3,622.427 1,048.86.5 137,239
For-ign nrticlesliable lodu" ,843' ?r'' 1841 ,nrr' ,)rrr'
Foreign articles not "liable M6-079 23127
Domestic prodnce not liable '4,8Vn 52,666
Hnsg'ie and'heilUn 1 398,144 1.887.883 531,719 -
Siwcie andliaJIpin 391,826 I,>80,875 888,810 ?
1'*uU ... JMMU Mii^a j^TtrT -
Noc. 1M3. Noc 1844. I'n i. Doci*
Foreign trticlnliabUlo du
ty. -73,438 210,231 136,793 ?
Foreign articles not liable
to duty 79,409 42,067 ? 37,362
Domestic jiroduce not liable
to duty 1.610,948 1,439.034 ? 201,911
specie and bullion 149,473 1,367,267 1,217,781 ?
Totals 1,913,268 3,068,679 1,361,697 239,266
Dec. 1843. Dec. 1844. Incr. Deer.
Foreign articles liable to du
ty 221,682 344,012 119,360 ?
Foreign articles not liable
to duty 71,798 20,498 ? 11,300
Domestic produce not liable
to duty 1,497,468 1,468,632 ? 28,436
Specie mid bullion 132,689 616,916 613,226 ?
Totals 1,926,237 2,479,087 632,686 79,736
Jan- 1811. Jan. 1846. Incr. Deer.
ror u articles liable to duty, 69,310 164,430 96,110 ?
? Do. not do. 68,714 48,748 ? 9,966
Domestic produce do 1,628,819 1,264,787 ? 266,032
Specie and Bullion 79,478 630,196 561,017 ?
Total 1,728,321 2,098,150 646,127 275,998
_ , Feb. 1814. Feb. 1845. Incr. Drcr.
ror ii articles liable to duty, 63,654 142,219 79,565 ?
Do. not do. 23,625 93,730 70,105 ?
Domestic produce do. 1,266,243 1,584,686 219,413 ?
Specie and Bullion 88,075 90,700 2,626 ?
Total 1,440,697 1,911,335 370,738
March 1844. March 18-5 Incr. Deer
r oreign anicies liahletodu
?y-. 264,061 126,799 ? 127.282
* oreign article! not liable
to duty. 106,140 142,:63 37,223 ?
Domestic produce not liable
to duty... ... 3,665,290 2,043,040 ? 1,522,250
Specie and bullion 114.816 68,"84 ? 46,162
Totals 4,039,327 2,380 586 37.C23 1,696,964
.... April 1814. April 1845 Incr Deer
foreign articles liable to du
ty No return. 127,036 ? ?
foreign articles not liable
to duty.... do 144,408 ? ?
Domestic produce notliable
to duty. . . do 2,187,609 ? -
Specie bullion do 187,072 ? ?
* Total 2,616,126
. . .. May 1811. May 1845. Incr. Decr.
foreign articles liable to du
ty 127,675 209,976 82,401 -
Foreign a tides not liable
to duty 113,691 74,413 ? 39,278
Doiarsticproduca not liable
to duty 2,530,751 2,486,'300
specie and bullion 239,442 200 681
Totals 3,011,169 2,971,270 82,401 122,690
The exports from tliia port for the paat two years have
beee very uniform in value, not varying a million of dol
lars from year to year. Cotton to a very large amount
exported from this port in 1844, has been shipped more
direct to foreign ports this year from the southern mar
kets, notwithstanding which the export this year ex"
ceed those of last. So far as the foreign trade of this
port is concerned, it was more favorable in 184.6 than in
1844, and wo think it will prove to have been so in the
trade of the other ports. Kvery year adds to the varie
ty and value of our exports, and a few years must suffice
to give us annually a large balance in our favoi, in our
commerce with foreign countries. Most of the articles
shipped from this to other countries are articles of neces
sity, and such as cannot be attained to the extent re
quired any where elae, and they are therefore compelled
to come hero from there, whereas many of our imports
are articles of luxury, which we are gradually supply
ing ourselves with by our domestic industry, aud will
be able in a lew yoars to abandon their importation.
The tolls on all the New York State Canals from the
opening of navigation to the cloae of the third week in
September, in each of the following years, have been as
annexed :?
Tolls on Tin: New Yohk Statb Canals,
3d Week im Sept. Total to ild Sept.
1830 . . . $67,488 . . . $1,063,441
1840 . . . 74,388 . . . 1,106,421
1841 . . . 83,638 . . . 1,347,148
1842 ... 76,116 ... 1,004,004
1843 . . . 84,691 . . . 1,347,07'2
1844 . . . 76,664 . . . 1,671,000
1846 . . . 106,446 . . . 1,630,92-2
The receipts for the third week in Septeaiberthis year
were $20,766 larger than for the corresponding week in
the same month in any of the previous six years, and
largor than for any single week since the opening of the
canals. The total amount of tolls on all the canals this
season, fall short of those of last season to the eame time
only $31,078. At the rate of increase in receipts this
year since September set in, the aggregate increase from
the canals for the year 1846 will exceed any previous
Old Stock. Kicliangs,
$100oU8t>'s 1862,coup 111% 50 shs Canton Co l>30 43%
50(10 Ohio 6'?, 1850 90% '60 do ?10 43%
6000 do JIM) 97 26 do blO 43J,
18196 do 97% '00 do 1,30 43%
2000 Ky 5's pbl in NY 86 26 do t>IU 43%
9000 iliiuois Special 37% >60 do 43'%
7000 Indiana 8tg lids 351a 26 do 43
3000 Peuii 5's 763a ,60 do 42
41 shs Bank State N Y 92 '00 do 42
30 Uilik Com ,ull 95,Si '00 do 660 43
100 C 8 Bauk 5% '00 do Nor &. VVor bl6 74
200 Parmer* Trust ?30 34% 9(61 do 73Ai
60 do b30 3l>* '60 do b30 7 4
1360 do ufiVf 34/1 >60 do kio TJ%
50 do 34/s 50 do bi5 73%
50 do 34% 60 do *30 7 3
160 Morris Canal '>60 25% '00 do b30 74%
50 do 160 25,St '60 do ?90 7 2
150 do 26 60 do blO 73%
200 do b 10 26 60 do krie UK b30 36%
60 do b20 26 '00 do b30 35%
50 do *30 <14% 50 do 36%
75 do 24% '60 do s60 36
200 do 24% 76 do 36%
200 L Island KK 130 70 25 do 35*7
200 do 69% 26 do b30 36%
160 du bl5 693a 300 do Reading RR b30 60
60 do 69% 160 do bbO 60
10 Jiousatonic RR 30 200 de
26 do 29% 60 do
60 Stoning toll RR 31 100 do vj?,
160 do opg 31 100 do >30afl0 49%
Second Board.
$10000 U 8 G 6's 111% 50 shs Canton Co 41%
150 shs Morris Canal 24% 160 do Norlfc VVor blO 72%
126 do 24% 160 do slO 72
26 do 24% 26 do s3 72
26 do 24% 160 do a 10 72
25 do Canton Co 42 190 do s30 72
60 uo b60 4 2 60 do Reading RR 49%
60 do 41% 50 do L Island RR 06%
50 do 41% 100 do trie RR 33%
New Mock. Kxchanga,
25 alis Farms Truat cash 34% 25 shs Canton Co cash 42%
100 do cash 34% 25 do >10 43
50 do. b3 34% 25 do a 10 43%
50 d i s30 34% 26 do cash 43,%
60 do , bl6 34% 26 do ?3 43%
60 do Morris Canal s8 26% 60 do cash 43%
50 do b2U 26% 26 do b3 43%
60 do s3 26 26 do cash 437a
26 do 26 26 do cash 41%
60 do s30 24% ]50 do cash 43
26 do 24% 26 do Nor & Wor cosh 74%
60 do casli 21% 75 do cash 74
50 do L Island RR cash 70 25 do b30 74%
50 do , b30 70 26 do uw 74
50 do cash 09% 25 do 73%
25 do Krie RR s3 35% 26 do buw 74
26 do cash 36%
*20 49%
On the !27th inat., after a lingering illness, which she
bore with christian fortitude, Aumks, wife oi Hicham,
The friends and acquaintances of the family are re
sjiecllully invited to her funeral this afternoon, 29tli met.,
at hall-]iust three o'clock, from her late residence, No.
137 Thirteenth street.
WANl'KL), by a respectable young English Woman, s
situation as Nurse M .nl, uid to do plain sewing En
quire at No. 71 Second street se29 2t"in
SINGLE GENTLEMEN, or Families who desire a central
pleasant, down town location, for the winter, are informed
that they will find, at the above establishment, several
line rooms and I'arlors, furnished, which wdl he rented,
either with board?a private table or without?at moderate pri
ces. THEODORE KAN DELL. s? it'rli
RECENTLY PUBLISHED and foraale at Tenner's Map
Store, No. 237 Broadway, opposite the Park, the 8tr.au
neis'Uuide to thel'ublic BuiluiiiKs, Places of Public Amuse
ment, Steamboat I.andinits, Ate , of New fork, including a de
scription of the surrounding towns and villages, with a colored
plau of the city aud its environs. se29 ll'in ,
Uj HI ()()() IMPORTED SEOAK8, entitled to dehcn
C"Y /jVrv/ve ture, consisting of the most approved brands,
vil\?L..i Indias, La ( abauas, T. Vega, Plantation, Fleur de
.Vlar>, dos Aminos, half Regalias, imperial Washington do; La
Hur de Aleinama, Aguila Preusados, Aguil.t Glorias, La Beu
nioii and el b.nibelesohaba, Plantation, La Klorn, Silva Rega
lias, 1 inat 32 do.
'1 he above forms one of the most extensive and choice sssort
ti i e in a ever imported. Will lie told low in quantities to suit
purchasers, by E. CAPRANO At CO.
_ m-29 :u?m 78 Vesev street.
/ hers of this Division are requested to meet at the room of
llie Cab douian Temperance 8oeiety,at the corner of Broadway
and Grand street, This Evening, at 9 o'clock, as business of the
utmost importance will be brought before tliein.
Mm Ii'mc JAMES STONE, W. f.
?Jhii ItrnnHuay, La Fargr HuilHinfs, corner of lira fir itrtel.
\fl< OLIVER B GOLDSMITH, the American Penman
ifl respectfully informs the citizens of New York and
Brooklyn that he it now teaching his beautiful system of Pen
manship to all, in ten lessons, of one hour each, at the reduced
terms ol Three Dollars, and no extra charge. Mr. O.'t speci
mens of Penmanship have received the highest honors five
years from the American Institute, sod thousand! in this city
can testify to his unfailing success of imparting a free and ele
Saut hnnn in ten easy and interesting eiercises. Classes meet
lily during the day and evening. Ladies at II A- M , *!"' * * i
P M. For sale at the rooms, "Goldsmith's Gems of Pen- |
inanship." Price five dollars se29 It'm j
D'~ ANIEL GALE (late ol the Woodcock) takes pleasure in |
informing his friends that he has taken the house^ it i
i Walker street, (formerly Van /andt Hotel, a lew doors West ,
of Broadway) where he intends to open one of the best Res- I
t.iurants in the city. The rooms sre handsomely and very |
conveniently fitted up for this purpose, with fine Oyster Room, |
Ste., on the same floor. He particnlsrly invites his Iriends lo
i rail 'Ins evening. (Monday) to partake of a collarion and to
I i i?w hit arrangements for their accommodation
i ,e29 It'rh _ _
WHY will you suffer your Teeth to decay, when, by call
ing on Dr. JONES, at his office in Broadway, corner of
( anal street, you can have them tilled with fine gold without
the slightest possible pain, and the filling warranted never to
come out <'barge for filling with fine gold 75 cents to Si 50.
ilemember, cor. ('anal it. and Broadway. alio 11* r
New York, Sept. 27th, 1815. S
OTKAiMKR BRITANNIA, from Boston.?The Mail for the
above steamer will be closed at thia office ou the JOtli inst.,
at lit P. M Postage on all letters must lie prepaid to Boston.
Letters of half an onnce or under, 5 cents; and each additional
I half ounce 5 cents. ROBERT H. MORRIS, P. tf
* ?T *?e, '
beacon course.
Monday (flu. Day ).t3oc<H:k. ,boTe_TROTTlNG
Colonel Brrtme enters , yy^hingtou
H. Jonrsenters. .. . ?? ? ?_;?? :? ? V \ purse of $300 will
Tuesday, October 7th, or lint f-ir da> * 1?
The0;;;' W-'TSEia,;?????? m? *?*,?$;{??
come* off >m Monday next, 6th October.
) MATCH PURSK and Sweepstake will come off over
A MAl ctl i ,p j v o^.,, id 1841. The first tr it at
A this * he.u be.t lW in five, ... harness for
^po^ and.uk. ofSoO, and closed with three subscribers,
"U Wm. Wlielan enters m' Vaimy VVn?ht
I). Bryan enter. ' bcTomMoor.
?*? ki xsw.;
Win. W heel an "ames... ? ? ? ? ? ? ? to clo,e at
Also, .Stake I)offered to come off 3\u 5, lo 250lb
the Course, by 2 o cloc k, ? ?? pu-se; three or more to
wnanus, for dorses that ?'*e'T "w,t{, $iu added. 1 he hrit
make a held. Entrancs SJU end, the horses are not
trot will |?o..t.velycomeoffata?.c'oM<ili^neire
"randStand, and alt other
parts of the Course iU cauls urn , 0NKl4|p|, Proprietor.
o v )? 'it Ic
Centreville, Sept. 26, ISI5.
VEviitY OPENED, of the most modern Parisian taste an
IM style, consisting of
Maute Tartienue Velours bleu.
?? Brrnileiune do rsoise,
'? Cardoville do Violet and dentllle,
" Audaloue do Satin .cabreuse,
" Veuitiruere do Maio"
Marquise do Pekin ffuviae,
:: & t
8.ik^wun^f-:^^t..scC-, aco.,
at very moderate prices, by BECK He CO , I
360 Broadway. j
" ii) HI!Rt tlA.^lbltS OK DRV GOODS.
I OR.) fc TAYLOR ? ?dM C^tr,??bite H-emlllh
L 'r^y h - compl.-ted very ertensive^.teratioiia ^u their
wah'nerved Iccomm'. d'ations, and very respectfully request
ri.?ful perusal of the fo^ow^.it detai!
The most extensive assortment ever shown in this city, in
eluding every descripttou known.
A most complete assor^Vxh. British and German.
Black. Blue Black andI Colored, every shade known ... ..Ik
D'^Vfan^ortUm;.dAuuequalled for extent or beauty .1
An immense stock, {? o?all wtdtfwand qualities,
Linens, Table Diapers.sud Uam?U otallI w J the hesl
A superb lotof Pari, ^-ask S.Iks, impo^^'^\^gTf the
klnd'ii? market iwi'et'her w ith a ^^ered'fo".!^.^"^
Ma',tfhUeulorsC^.,cha.riinu. of every shade, plain and
striped, from 4s. to S3 l'eL?al>d?NELS.
In this stock will be found at ?11 re" Welch,
portation,... plain and Iwilled . l- reiH' Sal0?y, and Gauze
directly from the mai.uf.ct..rers) E' ths^ Sa y imicti
Klannels. These are Koods hmnd lre uenuy domestic
rsjb. e,...
piece or yard. ANKETS.
Klfly bales, comprising all sizes, qu'{[[^"^ffJcting ''"very
?viynkfr?Tlu. rto"ki" weRworthy the attention of fami
liSDrntels-uid steamboat proWwrs.
Marseilles, Toilet anil y^pphtd^wlt^ any^size,
these, steamboat proprietors can be sunn
quantity or description at w^mle;al,^uus
? i <?a iv?rv article ill the trade in large
In this stock can be found every a ti ^ or up
or small quantities; Per?ou? l'""!'",',g
wards are served at wholesale | rii t . ,| e sy5tem upon
To any who may be 'ed *d?" ted, Lo*d8iTav
which the business of tins house ..tl'ised to every arti
LoB beg to inform that the lowest iru lhereby affording,
cle, from which no abatemr nt ciii As the scale oi
the inust perfect securln to tlwP??d ^ proce,MU accruing
profit is graduated by the . . Q| purchasing at an
therefrom, hence the '^"'V' rn i s^Urge as to reduce t\.e pro
establiahineut where the tlli rn "1 g 5222lSt26 3trsrh
fit to the smallest possible per centage. ?
u AVE just recelNe?^.^.uore^Venild India, very r.cn
LoS White Mhioned Bo'Jdtfeow prices.
Long blu"nath Shawls and good^ulor..
Long Scarletold style Borders, at moderate price..
10?4'Sim'are'1 black, 'palm Kood centers.
as is i?; ? t &
Itl do .8^f^t;,I'K7?cktndBe|uc Scarfs, Ml aizes; also,
White, Red, Green Plackann o t(HAWLrf
Scarlet. White/urTb.' Black, Straw, Crimson and banCV
Colors. ?"mV illdT IVrmSBk., with a variety of other Iudia
,u,d(;huia Goods, at very moderate^s^'CK it CO.,
359 Broadway.
.22 7teodis re
THE SUBSCRIBER (Agent for several manufacturers ill
England i is enabled to supply dealers from first hands, sl
so at fust pricks. Purchasers will consult their owa interest
1200 (truss low priced Table I 30 Casks Trace, Ox and Log
Cutlery. Chains.
5 casks assorted 1,2 and 3bl.ule I 25 Baskets Vices, liue Cotter
Kuives. | Key.
Files?a comple assortment of 100 Dot Patent Knob Locks,
best (!, S. I
Also. Frying Tans, Bed Screws,Candlesticks, Bolts, Spoons,
Tad, Closet and Trunk Locks, Curry Combs, Ike., Re., Re.
s22 Ss'reti No. 55 John street, (up stairs.)
SINGLE and Double Barrel (Flint and Percussion) being
reninints of consignments, will be told at much lets than
cost of importation. Also, Trace, Log and Ox Chains; Vices,
Cutlery, Flies, Rc., Rc. JOHN A. NKWBOULD,
s-'l Itis'r 56 Johu street, up stairs.
TEM, by Madame Dtiraud, daughter of the late Jean
Manescn Geiitietneii wishing to join the new Evening Class,
October 1st, are mttStSI to call and leave their names
A new Morning Class for Ladies is being organized, and will
commence in a lew days.
A Ladies' Morning Class in the second course. Also a Gen
tleman's Evening Class in the second conns. Persons desirous
ofjoiuiilg these Classes can do so by applying immediately at
the residence. 35 Walker street. *23 3t is eod*r
_ JRIN. A.M.,begs to
I pits and the public,that he intends organizing classes for ui
EDWARD MATURIN, A.M. .begs to inform bis former pu
pils and the public,that he intends organizing classes for ui
structiyn in the above accomplishment, as wellas in the read
ing of English Poetry. E. M. offers his services to Schools
also. He will commence as soon as asufficieut number of
names ran be obtained ; and can show, on application, tes
timonials of the most satisfactory character. Residence 41
Warren at. slO tm'rc
fFMIE usual Half-yearly Elocutionary and Military Exercises
M. will take place at Lafayette Hall, No. 597 Broadway, on
Monday Evening, September 39th. at 7 o'clock precisely.
Should the weather be very unfavorable, a postponement
will be made to Tuesday evening, the 30th.
Tickets can he obtained at trie Messrs. Lockwood's Book
store until 12 o'clock on Saturday, the Z7tli instant.
s25 3tis'rc W. H. DUFF.
No. '403 Broadway, New York.
MAXIMILIAN'S Great and Spkudid svork, being hn tonr
through the Uuited States, illustrated with Eighty En
graviugs, alter the manner of drawings in large folio?with a
quarto volume of letter press, both volumes elegantlypnt np
for the Drawing Room. A few cymes ouly printed iu English, i
No stranger should visit the C ity without calling in to see !
the Great Collection of _ .
which are offered "at greatly rednced prices."
The Pnbhc Sal* Room is filled with books of everr kind, in
varions languages, to see which, end the i rmt Room, no !
charge it maide. . . ?
Above the Bookstore or Sale Room, an apartment it Gtted
consisting of.bontmmKD plCTURE8
by ancient and modern Masters?to view which, a small charge
of IJH ceuts is required.
The Arms of Individuals whose families originated in any
conutry in Europe, traced aud splendidly emblazonrdon vel
lum, equal iu asecntion, and at one third the charge of the Lon
don Herald's Colleges. Genealogies or Pedigrees arranged and
with his arms and crest, at worn upon his carriage.
Price only tl 50? in eolnra. A Curiosity. jel3?ndtfm
RICH EMBROIDERED Wluife Marseilles Votings;
Do do do Valencia do;
Do do Black Satin do;
Do do do Cassimere do;
Cassimeres in a great variety, new styles.
Extra Silk and Satin Scarfs ami Cravats;
S ipcr black, white and colored Kid Gloves, extrasizes,
fcc , manufactured expressly for our sale*.
Just received at 231 Bmudway ,
American Hotel,
s2B Iwi*m ?V M. T. JENNINGS fc CO.
4 REMED Y lor all diseases inrul"iit d to the Hair and its
lestorative, in all cases where B aid ie?s is not beyond the
teach of art.
Mkhiti or thk CrtnMir i Balssm nt Ham Isvkiohtor.?If
prevents Baldness. It removes Dandttll and Cutaneous Set uff.
It keeps the llsir in its natural color and Prevents it from
turning grey. It is now prt sented to the worhl, with a firm be
lief, that as a beautiful and healthy restorative of the Hair it
will lie found on trial unequalled
Agents?O. Fish fc Co., Washington, D. C.- Ayer fc Plielau,
It; Broad street. Uolumlms, Georgia; E. B. Tnttle. Philadel
phia, Pi nnsylvnnia; H. Rice, corner of Court and Howard
it,rets, Ro*t>)U : C B- Brower, No. 105 Fulton St., Brooklyn;
i! h. Fletcher, Marabou, Ulster Co., N. Y 8. W. I reerh,
i<<14001 Hoots, Boston ii| tm'me
?a?.J1L1 ??---1 -L!._ ? _
Hondajr Kvrnlng, September40th,
The peilormance will r< inmenre with the Opera of
Rudolph Mr. F. Gardner
tin. par Brough
Ottocer I'eeisou
Witch uf the Uleu Anderson
Agatha Mi?? Drlcy
Anna Miu Mux
? , _ After which.
Grand Pas Je Sjyreu by the two Miaa Vailrea.
r o coil; I ml e with the Farce of
nj. .. ADVICE UKAilS.
Odboddy Bui
Kvent.de Xndr,wg
Mr. Lreut.de Mr. Vernou
Price of Admii.iou?Boie., gt . Pit M cen(, Gallery,
25 cents.
floor, open at? o'clock, r.nd the 'urtain will rite precisely at
halfpa.cT o clock.
: / ? A limited number of Season Ticketa may be obtained
at the Boa Office.
BOW Kill THKATitg;
C7"Thr pnblic are respectfully iuforrowl, tliat
Messrs. Cony and Blunt-hard,
the celebrated Pantoniiini.t. from London, are engaged at thit
Theatre. They will inakc their aprearance this evening, intro
ducing their Astonishing Trained bogs iu their performances,
that hare excited the greatest wonder and astonishment through
out fcurope.
Momlny Kvctilng, September 40th,
Will be performed, trie drama, of
Archibald Leslie Mr Btanchard
Dugald McNeil . . .Cony
Jessie Campbell Mrs Phillips
Previous to which
Count 1 goliuo Mr J R Scott
Lady Olytnpia Mrs Madisou
To conclude with
Gen. Washington MrVarhe
Capt Herbert Tracy Clarke
(sen Howe Lewis
Major Tracy Henkins
Well wood Tracy Sutherland
Jelt Heth Davenport
Maria Waltham Mrs Phillips
IT./" Lower Boxes 50 ceuti; Second and Third Tiers, 15 cts.;
Pit and Gallery, l2Vt cents.
Doors will open at half past 6. the enrtaia will rile at 7.
tfjf~ AftmlgHlori 43 Cent*.-fir
Proprietors Messrs. Fench It Heiser.
Mondnjr Keening, September 40th,
The performance will commence with a
(T?"Intermission of Half an Hour for Promenade and Refresh
The range of splendid Coiuioramaj will be open for inspection
Will be performed the Mock Opera of
The Revolt of the Wool Heads.
Pinky Madame Cat-a-lean-her
Rosa, principal dancing girl.,. Mad'lie Tallow-knees
Dingy stop-dar Sig De-blg-knees
Ou SUNDAY, a Grand Selection of Sacred Mnsie-?Ad
mittance 12S ceuU.
Bouquets constantly for sale at the Garden.
uoora open at hall-past 6 o'clock. Performance toe om
mence at 8 o'clock. ______
? ' Fourth Aisht of the Encasement of
Monday, Sept, 40th, 1N4B.
The performances will commence with the Overture to Acte
teou?to tie succeeded by the Play of
Mrs Haller Mrs Mo watt
Countess Winterslrii Mrs Chippendale
Charlotte Mrs Watts
Savoyard Miss Helen Mathews
Stranger M. Crisp
Uarou Steinfort... Mathews
An Intermission of half an hour betwuen the 2nd and 3d acts.
ll r^Perlorn-ance to commence at 7>?o'clock. boots opea at
7 o'clock.
QCJ- Tiikets Fifty Cents.-CO
H7" Private Boxes $5 each.
ELr" An efficient Ponce will aiwnys be in attendance to mate
tain good order and keep all improper persons out.
A limited nuinher -if Season Tickets will be dispoeee of
Admission 25 Cents only.
Monday Kvcnlng, September 40th,
The Sertnaders Triumphant.
Having received solicitations from many families who have
not yet had an opportnniry of witnessing their
Owing to the
That nightly till the Opera House,
Have consented to remain a short time longer.
Until further uolice.
For particulars see programme.
jp~ Doors opeu at ?Coucert to commence at t.
Boxes and se its secured daily at the office, from 10 A. M. till
P. M. s28 lwrrc
Bosrs 25 ct nU ; Pit 12>s cents. Children to Boxes half price.
New and beautiful scenes and acu of
Songs, Glees, Choruases, and Extravagantas. by the famous
C7""The celtbrated Military Brass Baud, of thirteen instru
ments, led by Mr. Sheltou, will performduring the. evening.
Performance commences at half-past 7 o clock.
se29 lwis'rh
W. E Bravo* Lessee awd Makauer
First Night of the French Grand Opera.
Monday Kvenlng, September 40tli.
The performances will be LA FAVORITE? Leogora de Ont
inau, M'lle Calve; Inex, M'me Stephen Caenriot; Alphonie
XI, King of Castile, Garryi Feruaud, M Arnand.
Staok Manaokr M?. H. ?. Stevens
First Night of Mr Hackrtt's Engagement.
Momlajr levelling, September 48th,
KIP VAN WINKLE?Rip Van Winkle, Mr Hackett; Der
rick V an Tassel, Mr Thayer; Alice, Mra McLean.
Dancing by Mr G smith and Mm Carliue.
Alter which the laughable new farce called, THE BUMP OF
BENEVOLENCE?Capt. Costly, Mr Fredericks; Guy, Mr
To conclude with OREGON; or, The Emigrant's Dream?
Lucky Lauky Lew, Mr Stevens; Peter Grimston, Mr Burke;
Old Mrs Smith, Mrs Hughes.
NOW Exhibiting at the Apollo Saloon, 410 Broadway, will
certainly close this week. Ail those who may have any
desire to see this greatest of all natural curiosities before its
departure from the country, had better visit it at once; when it
is gone many will regret that they had not visited it, as it may
he looked upon as a national monument that will never be seen
here again.
The Saloon is open from 8 A. M. to 10 P. M. Admittance 83
cents. s28 3tis*mc
OF THE G. U. O. U. F.
HAVE the honor to aunounce the following as the order of
Exercises for their First Anniversary, to be held in the
Broadway Tabernacle, on Wednesday, Oct. 1st, 1843. Music
by Frank Johnson's celebrated Band.
1. Music?Grand Overture (8triug Band) " Semi ram is."
2. Prayer by the Chaplain.
3. Music?" I Tue Frequent! Palpiti," from the
opera of " Niobe." (Brass Band) Pacini.
4. Presentation of the Banuer by the Ladies.
3. Reception?By P. G. M. Geo. T. Downing.
6. Grand Cavitiui?Composed expiessly for the occa
sion, and very respectfully dedicated to the G.
M. C., by A. J. R. Conner, Esq. (Brass Band.)
7. Address?By P. G. M. James Fields.
8. Introduction and Hondo?from the Opera of the
Barber of Seville' (Brass Baud) Rossini.
kflBk UL'VL'nil 'I'lnV
MM benediction.
O"Tickets 83 cents each, to ha obtained at the Mnsic
Stores, and at the door on the day of the exercises. Exercises
to commence at 2 P. M. se29 3t*je
"rw. E W \ OKK SACKED MUSIC. sOCIc.TY.-Every
i" iierformmg member of this Society is particularly request
ed to be in attendance at the rehearsal this evening, as the
Oratorio of David is to be taken lip, preparatory to its being
given for the closing of tn? Musical C'ouveution, on theflOth of
October next. By order,
sf29 It r HENRY K. Y'ENIA, Secretary.
DR BANNING will resume his Free Lectures in this city,
on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday evenings of next
week, at half-past 7 o'clock, in the Lecture Room of the Pearl
Street Church, near Broadway, on the Philosophy of Health
and Chrome Diseasea, especially ofDiaptpsy, General Debili
ty and I'nlmonary and Spinal Diseases. Also, on the means of
prevention arid enre by mechanical support and a proper course
oflife, in conjunction with other appropriate remedies, em
bracing the snhjec'of Physical Education or Paternal Obligs
tiou to Offspring. s27 6tis*re
7TM1I9 establishment will be ready for unlimited Theatrical
JL IVrformmic-s on the beginning of September, under the
mauagemei. of the subscriber, who will receive proposals for
engagements from ladies aud gentlemen of acknowledged talent.
The oBenin ? of I he said Theatre for a few evenings will be with
thece'ehe edSigaora Kosiua Pico snd Signor De Begnis, and
the evert c'sentertaiumei.t will be inters|>ersrd with Vaude
ville, Dai Mug, Orchestral Overtures, the orchestra being com
posed on i nisoccasiou of 17 Professors, and ihe principal instru
ments in t lie hands of five British music masters.
se3 Im rrc VT. M AetZUUIll, U. M.
IVY harmonic club.
The MEMBERS of the above Club are requested to meet
on Tuesday Evening,September :10th, at the Rooms No 72
Elm street, for the purpose of organising for the season. The
friends of the Club and those desiring to become members, are
invited to attend. Many of the best Vocal aud Instrumental
Performers in ihe my are members of this social choir, and no
place ran be found wnere an evening can be passed more plea
santly than in the society of the happy company who compose
ibis Iriendly association of the 'Sons of Harmony." The house
is prov ided w ith the bes' the market affords to gratify the palates
of those who honor us with a call. Rooms open at 8 o clock,
by order of the President of I. II. C. s27 3t*r
Who would be without Teeth when they can
JL have them inserted without theailightest possible pain, sod
warranted to luit all the purpose* of natural ones, by calling on
l)r. JONES, IVutist, at ni* office, cor of Canal |r"' Broad
way, entrance in ( anal it.? The following m * list of P"0** :
A complete double sett of best mineral Teeth, on fine
gold plates, , , r ^ M
A sett of best mineral T*eth, on fine fold plate, for
the u per jaw, to be worn by motion, ??*
Singh tooth on gold plate*from ^ 2? T L
Pivot tooth, from .l0
Plugging teeth with gold, f'om ^
K AH Xgr oration, in the mm. p.oport.oo ' .
RemembSE?onier C sntl at. snd Brnadwsy,entrance in < a
! OWII . ,m it i?*f
I An Apprentice wintcd -???
I urool -*? 1 ? V"" '? '? *?" ?* W '*? * ???'???d and un
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