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" KI\ . C.Ii' I I r COl KT.-BroAlyn. Sept- I?. TKFrooV,:. Murder. -Theyo.og?en-k?W?W J."t m7?r oflbe boy .a Brooklyn shoe ? J^,"'.' y^daj brooglrtinto Court to be t^j* ,,;,(: fee thai offe, ce ; but the Coun .el or -P . , .on prei.td polling one ^?^.??^?t0%|^ H ?? Wl forth* ir,,r..er bul for a ?er. ^ ]!r< priwner'a Counsel rood they had not ? , - uied for Ihoa. ^erth,v: ? cre not pre. ..., legerj muri er, en 11bit 'h"'f"rc 1 Court, a'lllr ,.i live charge afiunat hira lor u.?iu* ciiarg.- It disposed of. _ Citp fulrllifjrnrr. Reported for The TnLuue. Regrn, of 4 JO j BroMway, on the 7h insL, the prc , t '* hem ? Dust oberrjr. They went into the etore m.Iv is lie morsiog, uoder pretence of matching an enr , '? ? ?-fc< n Davis side tue watch, whi-h n;,s nits-ed, ar.d .'??Ytioned ami arrested. In Ihe pri-on. the watch *u? ike boot o: Daria, end an ear-ring to mutch in the of each. The jury found Ihem ruilly. and the ; ? enteneed tbem each to Iba State Prison for 3jraar?. },A,:.- Murphy and William Couriers were tried for grml tjjetay?stealing $35 -j in bank Wills ami silver, und a :iii from tau wife of James Larvv, nt 168 KeaJe-'t, on the 30ih July, which were stolen from her ? eft I ?I "T near Washington Market. The jury found i^bi not guilty. CranerfM McLaughlin. r.|.a? Winn, was tried for fand Ureea*" itealiug tu en's a:;d women's clothing, bid clo'hes, and J2pledgo uckea for property pledged, togeth'r ol the ralueof$49 12, f' nn John Atkinson nnrf Jacob Taylor, ,-S". ak-stresi on the night of the 13fh A'ugustlast. ?fc- raa MifT.ired. out of pi! v. to sleep in tbe houit ihat eight si A was fouedafter roidnight stealing th.i elothesoll tbe ' it. which Mrs. Atkins slept, witn a bundle e*ni ?-? jag Uu '. r.t, lea articles by the side of ihe he. and the ' tad p.edge tickets in her bottun. ibejury I . il ? i g liltyand the. Court sentenced her to ihe State prison for three years. MONEY MARKET. Bales ai tiie '-tot-ji azvbntizc. Sept. 16. 85U:S.Baak.i3us 6,150 Mohawk.?3d f.9 50 do. ? jj 59 ?'?.t3dds Sesj de. i'j j 25 Pntcrsoa. 4f] j? d?.h'ids 6j 25 do.cash 1 i(/l do.b3ds Cti 25 M. J. K. R. 7G 50 do.ICd I j 100 Hur!.?m R R. 17: 25 i<o.aSOds Sj fill do.D ?k I7j 50 di.cash c; 25 do. I7j 23 rlo. ?Jj-25 do. I7i 50 Del 4 Hud...s3dys 1031 WO L IsIRR. 53] "1 sjts. tOr.ijilKJ do.b'JOdy* .V.'j SS do.?3d I05ijl50 do. 5?j pa do....s!::i" I""! HdlJ do.bCods 52j jn do.105 [250 do. J- DekofAioer. 104 j lU Svra 4- Ulica.. 130 SO Commercial Bank.. 50 i 25 sitoniygto.i. 29{ ISBkofCom. *J7 'luu do. 29 (AinerRx Rank.... 64 j 5 do. B9i 99 Farmer's Trust_ -IT* i 15 Canton Co. 2.1 j 1? dr. l'-T> do. ?5> M do.'??tJs 40)1 10 N. O. Canal. -J2 ;ii do. 47 10 do. 4li i'j do Vicksburg..... 31' IBsgcond T2or<rrl. ? Del. & Hud.si'. I04J lOStouington.opr 2J3 ?? do _?30 104 I 15 do .tgj SSStoniaglon.?20 S&j Commercial nml money Matter*. Tkiirtdou, I'. M. The amount of business at the Stoch Exchange was not extensive to-day. Stocks generally were apniu lower. l\ a. Bank fell of." i j>r.r cenL; Delaware St Hudson I: Can? tos Company and Long Island 1; Farmers' Trust 1; N?w Jer.'ey j; Si uiington lj ; Harlem SraTEStoi its.?Tile sales were rullier limited, liiltsotni1 deicriptioni improved. IJW0 Indiana Bonds. 471 l.l 0"l do do . 47 1,000 do ill.liw 4C) '.Vi i ' Rtati ? M. ;il 1 000 K intueky Sixes. 82 5,000 Illinois Sixes, 1675. 511 This is aa advanci of S |>-r cent, on the Illinois Sixes, ami I per c in oil tli.i Kentucky Sixes Her rs. Wi kins ltj!!ui> offered in thy atauetion aoiae Won Is t?f t e Planters' Bank of Mississippi, due next January, beariug 7 per cant, interest from last July, en dorvedbytbe CnitldStatei Dnuls and Richard Alsop, and psyabli in this city. Messrs. Camman, Wkitebour tt Co. lud oil'the tir.t lot, $5,000, at -GJ. Tho salo was then stopped. The l-'n ?" '.i packet r.nrried out $23.l,lli,'tl in specie. The decision of the Secretary of tin- Treasury in relu tion m tha mo million Government Louu, has not yet been received. "* J r KCtu n^tton ? E*orl t'tss-tits-r laatitllte.? An English nml C assical Boardiag Bcbool fur \ <ning Qen llemen.?-Port Chester, Weatchester Co. N. Y. Rer.HENRV W ADAMS AaB. )p . , Rev.CALEB DOW,Jr.A.B. jmncipais. Tlii-- nor* a iil splendid Institution is now in successful operation.?Distance from Ts ea Vorktwo hour's sail up tin Beat river.?Faro 50 cents. A steamboat leaves tho foot afCatherinu .irret for Port Chester, every morning at .7 o'clock, iiinl returning, leaves Port Chester for N. Y. at 12 o'clock, of tho *?tno day. Tiio Academic year is iiivil.-d iut i four Sessions of eleven ?eiks ea b. Terms;?for bovs ever f.turteeu years ami foreigners learning t > speak English, $42 per quarter. This includes charges tor board. luitioii, wasdmt, im-lliloi-, fuel. Iiglils. bed and bedding and iim' of Libraiy. For bey- undor fourlaen years, $11 per quarter. This includes charges for all tin: above, ex? cept a i i: au.I bedding ? hieb each boy is expected to fur aisb. Ex ra charges for the Languages sad higher Hug Ii-a branches, s:i per quarter. Payniouts in nil ca cs. mads ia advance. Pupils e.tered und removes! at uns unto. l'ov* Chewier Fciunlc Hi nii'iary.?An Eng? lish end i ! - ii .o Boardiug School lor a'ouag Ladies ? Tlii- floarishiag Institution is tho Female Department of theP n( i r lastitutoand is underthe superiatondence of X. c. Hart, Eiq Tha building i- about half u mile dis? tant from t.i" Instil ilo. Mr. Hun hss In coostam emplor the most accomplished Female Teachers and spares no fi'w.f 10 ben lit In- pupils. The Sessions of this depart Stent are the same as those ol the Mule department. Pu? pil, eno re t and removed ai any time. Terms :?for or.li u r^ Euglish SlO por <pj irter, iocl Nling board,tuili ia,srash* inj lights .nit ol 1 Mia charges:?Languages and higher Ecglis i branches $3 per quarter. Drawing and Painting, I $il poi quarter. Lessons on the Piano $U per quarter.? b b of t'inno $2 por quarter. Lessons in Singing $2 pei quarter. Orui.nier.ial Needlework & per quarter Each pupil i- -xpivie.l ii. fiirm.-h hey own bod towels asd nap? kins, !l ferencea - Drs. Bangs, rtoiid. Peck, K-esc, ami J. II Hart, N. \. Revs. Lane, 1'. P. Saaford, II. Bangs, J. II. r-rry, J Pen.I. C Pinnau Slid <I. Coles, N. Y.~ Esqs. Francis Hall, <;. I'. Duroeway, Harper 41 Br?then. So turein m Halsh .1. John Carr, J. K. Jessup, Tho.. Oarea. I'.t: Blake. Wm. B. Taj 'or, N. Y. J.,m?, Blackstock, Esq. Messrs, Pock, Port Ch -'er. rr rVortSirrtJ tatgtaStOlliCC, P? Bowery.?Th Northecu Light, devoted to free discussion and inoditfu sin.i oi' Useful Knowledge, Mi-c I aaeoua Edteraturej and General Iniolligance. The principal object of the publi cation istodiQuse information ou subjects of practica atefaluesr. For ibe more effectual accomplisbntent of the objas i it is proposed to give it a popular shape; and to af i.ml t at s j lost ii late a- i.j place it ?i.luii the re.rh of a.I 1 c ? - of readers. It wil, be conducted by an association i* i. ?. ii ? . . ..ruli ui ioM.-i-t. of lie foil o a in jmrsous: loh? A.n.v, ThosAV.Olcott, (??:e.,u t law ley, Amos Dean, T. Kot-.i. j:, I'.-. k. l'dwsr. C. lV'.avan. fustrsfs of Sept. iVo., l ot. I. Wo. I's High and Low Buties, b> William H Jansen. The l'.-b.-y or the South, by I?. K. Stockkoim. I be vmericaa lastituto of the City of Near York. I i? \'. eaiher ami the fror?, by C. N. Bement. The Corn Laws of Eagtand, by Samuel WilUams. Corn L i? s in Irnncv. by li,.ucral Si. Dcnys. I our.urajn, sc. Tn. Portrait, by Aloys S.-hrieber. Mental Effects of Physical Causr!!, by Sumuer R!io,.|.-s the Daoghler ol" A Deceased Frieail, by Ann Eliza Gray. fc. On Tiioi logy, by Salem Town. The Spirit* f t'.ir Lake. Cicoro and Philiscus. Tnc Sea hu gs ard the Yikinjer of thr Nort'! Sonn.', by Abraham Meslor. A Poi alar Yiaw of Astroaomy, by J. W. Edmonds. Tbe Baron Fduqnc. Tiie District Sch stil aud the Lvcrum. by C II Lvoa Philo* * >hk r Facts, by J oka \. i?,x. ' ? ' 1 fn -j. tngemaan, by llornce B. Webster. i United St ties Bsnk. Maien i Illustrated. fisa-t Def iice. by Henry Whitinr. Temperance House*, by J..bn Cachva. The tlrci.n Territory ."by D. IS St ckholm. Statisiies of New-York. Siocli f>pc< u! itious?Coogress?Explosion at Syracuse? Destructioa of ihe steamboat Eric?Literary Nonces. Trrois?jl per snii'iui, in advance, or 10 Cents peraum "f ?n d: livery. Published monthly. Dtlivrnd in arty H>rt 0f lni> Q,^ >nj p.c^^iy,^ anij Sfat by mail to si. i'ar;. ?, ,h, sjules and the CansJas. bv >!~ 3td liw ISRAEL POST. S3 Bowery. IV?vr? Voriitr.?\ .!-. -'. !. 5, and o. bound,price 50 per voL aud vols. 10 and 11 unbound, price $1,50 per sol, may h* obtained at tho office of the New-York Tri? bune. Sie, :S} Aaa-sire-t. aU 3t w3t XT Graham IkouseT O.'f Bsrclav-stresl.?The rnends y( l'eaicenu,;e ar<! mvursd to call. Showor Baths Jsl tf NEW-YORK WKF.KLY TRIB?NE. PROSPECTUS. TL? Publbhers of Tub New York Tribune, encour? aged by the generou? patronage aud hearty approval which lias Ixen extended tu their Doily paper since itt establish? ment/and which h^k already rendered it the steo^d in point ofcirculatior. in the City, will publish, on and after Satur? day next, a WeeRXT edition, on a siicet of mammoth size, excluding all mutter of local or transitory interest, and calculated mainly for Country circulation. The Tri-cnr?whether ia it* Daily or Weekly edi? tion?will be what its name imports?an unflinching sup? porter of the People's Rights ani Interest", in stern ho* tility to the errors of inperncial theorists, the mil nonces of unjust or impe feet legisbtiea, and the schemes and sophistries of ,elf seeking demagogues. It wiil etrenuoii? ly adrocatethe Protection or American Inbustry sgainat the grasping und to as blighting poll > of European Gov- I eminent?, and the unequal anxrpethion which they farce upon it-, a? alto against tbe present depressing system of State Prison Lab .r ; it will advocate the restoration of a | sound ?od uniform National currency i und urge s dis? creet but determined prosecution of lotemaj Improve. menL The Retrenchment, wherever practicable, of Gov? ernment Expenditures and of Executive Patronage, will be zealously urged. In ?bort, this paper will faithfully main? tain and earnestly advocate the Principle* and Measure* ! which the People spproved in devolving on Whig Statc :nen the conduct of their Government. But ? -mail portion, however, of its columns will be devoted to purely Political discussion-. Tie* proceedings ? if Congress will be carefully recorded'; the Foreign and Domestic 1-ite?igi-uee early r.nil iocidiv i.t. ,1 i and j a'hateier shall appear calculated to promote Morality, maintain Social Order, extend the blessings of Education, or in any way subserve the great cause of Human Pro- ? ?re?a to ultimate Virtue, Liberty and Happiness, will find i place in our co.umas. The Wei.kly Triuune will be published everj'Satur? day mt rning ir. Quarto form on a very iuren impel ial sheet, (31 by si;! inches,) and sSbrded to Subscribers at TWO 1 DOLLARS a jear. Six copies-sill be forwarded eyear for Ten Dollars, Ten copies for Tn't-en Dollars, and {any larger number in t ho latter proportion. Payment ia advance will be invariably required, and the paper stopped when? ever the term of such paj meat expires. Subscriptions are solicited by GREELEY & McELRATII, :*0 Ann tt '.? Editors of Weekly Journals who desire sn exchange with the Tribune me requested to rive this Prospectus .Ii insertion in their columns. EDUCATION FOR ADULTS, 450 Broomr st., kzar Broadwav Room opto from 8 in the morning to 10 r-i the <rrnin<r. Mr. CHAMBERLAIN'S School tor the accommodation j of Adults is sow i:i the ninth year of its existence, und h designed to aiTord the greatest possible facilities for the j cultivation of the mind, on a liberal au 1 extensive scale. ] In this Institution young gentleman may pursue their I Commerc nl, Classical, Scientifical or Mathematical studies I separately, uninterrupted by the u-iiil routine of rchool j exercises. Those who bava bat little lime to devote to | mental culture any be more directly and tbsroughly pre. pureil for the active duties of life, and for the cuj ivni ;nt of reading nnd society than they can possibly be in se.uir.Brio. ' where the mind s perplexed with a variety of studies at ? ihn same time. Tlioso ingagud in hiiiinnvt may nuke amends for early neglect by dev oting their leisure time to ?ueh branches a< their circumstances require, and no pain., will be spared to csxsull their convenience sad io adapt ihe instruction lo their wants, Defsrtmrnt i ;. Ladies.?A leparate room is appro? priated to ladies-, who an most carefully instructed in A'riting mid the solid brr.ncbci of English education, and | hi French, Drawing nnd Painting when required. lectures and S.'Eaki.vg.?Arrangements have been made to unite lectures on Literary, Scientific and Mata physical snbjests with practical Instruction. A gentleman of much experience in public speaking has been engaged tolectura on the Philosophy of tbo English Language, I English Li erat ore, and on subji cts of general knowledge, i iad also lo give luilrcction in cxtempoi aucous speaking. Finishing Lite a ar y Course.? V ? la-s of young geutle nic-i is now organizing for instruction, evenings, in Pro?- i o ly. Rhetoric, Composition, Critical Reading, Debating ' ilid General Literature. Commercial Studies.?Mr.Chamberlain having efficient , associate tnachei? iu the Classics, Mathematics and Belles Leuns, will give Ins personal attention to those who de- } sire instruction u Mercantile Arithmetic, Book-keeping und Eu-li-li tirutumar. French.?Mobs. F. A. Giraud Professor of the French Language, who ha- been associated with ibis establishment more than live year-, is desirous of forming a class of La die, for the study of ins native langu ige in the afternoon. Penmanship.?This most imyoitant department has been uudcr the disti nction of Mr. Dolmago f>r the past three vcars, whose elegant style of Writing and peculiar man? ner ol Teaching hare rendered it the best Writing School ill the city ; nnd, indeed, it i- belie*, od to be the only one .vbere Writing is taught on rational principle-, calculated tu in iko fri e. ea-y write! e. and sccum permanent improve? ment. The regular classes iu Writing now- attend morn? ing, ifo.riifrou and eveaiug, an ! llr Dolatage will give p.-i ?a'<i lescous between the ailernn iu and ereiiuui classes. N. 15.?A competent toacherof that in ist interesting am! important art, Stenography, on tiic most approved pan. will commsnce a course of instruction as soon as a class can be organized. Drawing ami Painting?This department, which bus been in successful Operation nearly four years, i? uiidsr the tuition of Mr. Edward Purcell, a skilfal arti-t, whass m itruclioo mid accommodatioas are designed for I idies and reinleinen who desire to cultivate their tastcs'aad talents j hi the Fine Arts, as well ?? for artists and teachers who -oi k instructi ?n for m ire practical purpose?. Grlek, Hebrew, German, Stc?The teacher of these Languages is well acquainted with the Modern Larguages, uid will giro particular attention t? Germans and other Europeans, n ko desire lo team to speak and read the Eng? lish Language. sit It* Franklin Lyceum.?The Lyceum will meet this (Thursday) Evening, Sept. loth, at the College of Physicians and Surgeons, Crosby-street. The exercires will consist of Essays, Recitations, and n debate on the following question! "Did theinsti ution of Chivalry bene? fit maakind in the age in which it e.tistcd:" Ladies and Gentleman are invited io attend. a16 if W. W.GALLAER, Secretary. i '' To Merchant*, Maunfactnrer?, nnd Other*.?THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE for Saturday ol this woek will ba forwarded to all the subscribers of the Leg Cabin mid New-Yorker as a specimen number. The edition will consequently bo very large, ami iu circulation oxtendsd throughouttbsTTnited States. A< a medium of advertising f. r the country it will ull'o.-J unusual advanta? ges, and a limit,-d nu-iVer only w.ii be inserted. Price for one insertion, six cents per lint. rcti. in advance. Z..' The Voting ICboirj adapted lo the use of the Young, by William u. BradUary aid Charles W.Saadcus. ??? This i- truly a mu ical a^c in which we live. If every body is not .:i tune, it will not Wj the. fault of the mu ic taa ker^. Bu' what w* i pw st g is as nothing to wl-.at shall yet be. Tbc next crnerutio',?fr.oubl that we were yoiins ica.ii. to ? njoy it with then.!)?yes, the next generation will all 'io sing ts. This new book i? all fee the young. It I? for ? Jttv'enile Sineiug S thoah, Sabbath Schools, Primary Classt?, Ac." The book is rot up in ?ery gotxl taste. The iau-icis? mple and cheering. The elementary instruction, ? *o should'hiu's. is 'luite superior. (let tlic book; intro? duce it to your children, and teach them all to sins. It * ill make them happier while young, am! better citizens ? hrough life " [Times & Star, i Published and for s ,!e by D VYTON a SAX i ON, si I ^ Nsjsau-rt.6or.of Fultoa. VTTir. Tstirr? Clnanical ittttl Cemanercial Icsulemy, -t.l Brdadw iy, i> re-opened for the reception | of students, after the August vacation. For Cards, eon* sitting Tanas, Ac apply at Mr. Lotarwood's Book-torcf ??r to iiio Principal, as lib .vc mectiontd. C-) s^'dw ET Private 'I't-itclitx voung geutlcman o Collegia e education, is desirous of giving instruction, ooc ?i lw,> hours a dnv, ruber in a private f-miiy or UorJ.ar cheoL He s-oubt consider his board a ciinpensatior. for ais s, nice Testimonials of character and capacity ?i'.b t!.e most respectabia references, wiQ be given. Ad Irtss S; P., at this office. ? el5.f -Pnrticalijr Notice.?Tin te persons having furniture of any deseriptioa to d?nrase of. or who are creaking up hor<e.'K,.e,?n-. w,!l find a ready Sale for suv ortionor all of tb.-,r gixils, bv sending their addies.s or ealUug upon tae sulnritier. Goods to anv amount purcba-ed s7 Uw> >2?w fa, E'CQL-i mv. io: Chatham streeL ET Notice?Mr RichartUs??', EVENING CLASSES Itt tseek-Keeping and Penmanship are now open. Course of Instrnctioa-FORTY HARD LESSONS. Hours from unul 10. Day Cia?-e? oi ttsuaJ. sTlmiseod : (;^VESAL CO.TI3IITTEE OF WHIG YOUAG MEN.?An adjourned meeting of itii Comiaitlee, will be h*!<i at National Hall, Canal .trect, on FriJav Eveline, the 17th ef SsWtrmlScr, insu at B o'clock. BENJAMIN DK.AK.i-, Chairman. Willi.?:: R, Marsh, ><.?,.,.:.. Giles M- Hixxvxa, > *JCf<? at 2t D" sVa.*:iinj*-ton Temperance! Benevolent Society.?A special meeting of ibis society, tor S.i.S1 BI?KS ONLY, *<I! be held at tke Ball oj Friday evening next, ,17th , at half pa-t 7 o'clock. Meciber-ar* r.o?e}| ed to lie ! unrtual in tlieir attendance, as business of im porUEce will be transacted. N !?.?The Inv.-stis-tii g Committee *?l report ca tbia r.cc .-. in. HENRY W. FISHER. Chairman of Tn'os. M. Woooxcrr, See**. Standing Comiui.tec. sirt 2t? I"** rVotscs*?All perse-? are cnuiiooed s<:nin?t pur? chasing the note advertised in the smtra'. peper called the Sen, as it ttsj. fiajuu'.eativ obtained aud paired in lb* Sun Bai .. -. i i v. ?.'ISAAC M. WOOLLET. E ' Chancery Il?-[? >r:*.?The publisher! of the New-York Week y Tribune have made a rran cements (or a faithful and accurate report of the opinion.- and decisions of Assistant Vice Chancellor H oilman, of this city, to the publication cf which they will weekly deto:.: a portion of their paper. Tee cases decided in thi? Court, arisinir as ibey do iii the jreat Commercial Metropolis of ii:r Union' ire frequently ?Hch as involve immens* estafe, and gene? rally pr'??:it nnv*! end imjortant principle*. Their first publication will always appear in th* Weekly Tribune . and. a? they ???!: be subjected to the correction of the a*. -:r'ar.t Vice Chancellor, their entire accuracy way be re lie i 0:1. Tio- >, -,rtm :.t. -AC think.cauact fa.I to be ensi? le i tly acceptable to members of the legal profession, and to til! cl....--^ l" business m-n ii-efu! and important. rr The !'ar> Kan*,?PRICE :i CENTS?$1 59 a yenr?la published every Saturday. It is a joonii.! of origin d articles on i I interesting topics of the day. The number tor this week will cor.tain TWO SPLENDID ENGRAVINGS, with several Talf s and Sketch.::. S,)ccimr3 numbers irii; b-: sent to Postmasten a^J others who wish to set a." Ag-rt.-. fee. -17 if J. I. KLNG.'LEY, Publisher, 132 N?se?n-st i_r tre, the Subscribers, being unwilling to bear tie reproach of causing the destruction of an arrangomeut fraught with to inue'i food ii? that of clonn? stoies at r5 u'i i i deem it proper to give public notice of our reasons for a {opting the course which wc fear we shall. by circum? stances. Iw compelled to pursue. One of our neighbors from the first, in violation of hn vo.-ba! pltdge,given to sacral ir.iliritlu: Is, kept his -fro ^pen at' er the stipu? lated'hour, fm]ucn< ly until 'J and 10 o'clock. In conse? quence of this, another has, for m.,rc than a week past, kept oyea. If the st-irc* referred to continue t.. remain ; 0| ca oftur l|| . ??? |t at ben t?fore, wc si.all -consider our- ; reives iustifnblii i.. k eptng opea according to o tr former practice. We regri i ihe ni eessity of adopting ibis course, I and nrdeallj hope thai a r. turn to ihn rieht path by those '. a ho have - raye i from ii may prevent the necessity of our departure from ihe i.ent custom. H.V. HGAGL\ND.57j lloiistoa-stre-t, ROBERT DA WIE. 59 Houston-street, -17 illis' li<iitl >i l.l .v iii tmch!.Lit, If t. Second--1 , CIiK:\r T It A V la Ia la I X G . I A '?";?':> tn .Via;;ai-rt Fails FOR I M.Y TWENTY-FIVE CENTS.?Children under IS year* of j age, half price. Ost.V TWO WEEKS longer, BEFORE iTs Removal South. One Thjusanq parsons have visited the New end Sublimi 1 tbibitionof tbe Stupendous Falls or Niacaxa, now exHhitiiic at r?J Barclay-street, within luu last few days. The application of RirZAX AVATSR in s Panoramic View is, for the first time, introduce I in this, u tho indisncnsablo agent to make tbe subj-ct pcr fret. It is seen rushing over rock- and precipice, mid mi fling with tbe i iv- r below. Every House, Bridge, and Rock, attached it] ;i- ie.ction, la faithfully represented ia form and coloring. The nllection of objects on the bosom of tbe river produced by Real Water, gives* pleas? ing illusion to tho whole scon*, and conveys a most accu rase idea of the Falls end neighborhood. Thn Model i < vars T iree Hundred Square FeeL Op ii ('a. in;' the Day, from Id to ll, and from otoG. In the Evening, from c to lo o'clock. At the Ev< niag Exhibition, ihe curtain will he drawn p.-ecl-cly at oVlock. Please read the following, from tha Editor of the New York Evening Star: Niagaba Falls.?We were very sgrccably surprised : i>t evening, on a visit to this exhibition in Barclay-street, :.i observe svith -.eha; filelity aud truth the Artist bos dis? played nature in the design and execution of ibis work. The greatest c ore has been taken to preserve the localities in the principal objei is i f attraction about the FaUs ; and one -..i is familiar with tbe scenery ia the neighborhood of Niagara, nur, well fancy this to ho t mini nure anJ most por.'oct resemblauee of the great original. Tbe bold pre cipitoi s ledges of rock, Goat Island, am! the mighty rush? ing of the many waters, are well and t uly depicted ; Trfci'c ihe artificial noise of ihe Cataract nol only bears the semblance of nature but is almost deafening. Those who have iirver visited KiagaraFalls, will bs eaabled, on view? ing this exhibition, to fur in ? cornet idea of their gran? deur aud magnificence, while thos.- to whom they are fa? miliar, will he welt repaid ills trouble ol a visit, by the novelty andsUikiug reseuiblance manifest througboul the -ccac. _ slC ?l" J'assi iij;rr?. Is ihe steamship Greal Western, from Bristol?A H C 1 lins. J Co lins, lies G T Carletou, C <; Carletoa Dr Cald wcll, Cap! Brcwsur, D S Kennedy, F ISaru, Miss Mills, Mr. ai.d'Mr. r. t Fo-t- r. Victor De Cunv. J Hum phriss, J !' Shaw, H. S. Samuel, Henry Ptaeide, W R Tal bnt. W T Bitgo ??. Madame Gans, John Morrison. Jati.es Morrison. W C Boker.T Ryau, EBStrange, II P. Ualbert, StacyG Potts, .Mr Dblonek, <?' W Hatch, A Statsb.C An- ' tognio. Mr* Homer, P H Villamel. H Sybert. E Fersior, Mr. Barre, A Rusch, Mr and .Mr* SlTdell. 9 children and : servant, Ji'-- Slidell, Mr and Mrs Alston, Mr and .Mr- Dean and servant, Mr ami Mr Parmell, 3 children aid il rer- ? rants, .Mr and Mrs r. ujamin, .Mr Cumley.Mrand Miss At? new, Rc? Jam .-. MeLeod, Capt McKcuuer, Mr mi l Mr Fess r. I children and nurse, Miss Fe.?cr. Mr au I Mrs Swuby, Miss Js ccs an I - *r?ut. Mr and three Misses Par v. 1 Mr, Trot; hai !, Mrs. Whi tingham,Mr*. Lucy. Mrs P Sy inonds, Mis Zaldo, Miss Clarke, R Wood, Mr and Mri Cambrdeng. Mi-- Riebards, Mracd M?s Field, '? S Pep per. J. Harris. U ?I Lownds, .Mr. Lownds, Mr and .Mrs Pagcly, tt .'I M: ki,,1 Mrs Psckorsgill, l urseund -cr vant, Mi t Pick rsgitl. Mraud Mrs Temple, J S Hearsey, R Camber. Tonil, 110. Pai -en -rr- in tiie Q i Im e, from London and Portsmouth ? Mr. Jo]:.. \\ dliamr; Ma. A lain., lady and 4 children. II. Slorra'.i .Miss Austia; MissScobal; .Mos Ahorn; Mrs. Far nn- . Mr-, and Uiss Solomon; Dr. Itsiph and lady; Mr. and M -. Li it'll end family; Mi?s Eaonewell;J Brown; Mr. Gaiben; S i:. Salmon; Jvau T. Vam; J. B. Phillips, aud 150 u the steerage. POUT OF NEW-YORK. SEPTEMBER 17. IS4L IRiuiature Almanac?This Dav TttS" SUN I VIIEMOON j SILL sea Rises 5 5; | bets 6 | Rises7 0 | Sets 15i| 10h 19a L a t e ? t Dales. lonoom.xcrs 31 I Bavse.At'u. "2* LlVEXrOOl.ICC30 j MlW.ORl.tA.Na.sEfT. 7 The next S t e a ni - S h i,? ? ' 0 Arrive > K:.M LOXCON FROM LIVERPOOL . I Caledonia, lrft.SepL-I The next Sic aliTT Ship to L 0 a v e FROM b..sT.)lS raoM LIVESrssOL The Britannia......Sept. 16 [ The Acuitia.Sept. 19 cleaxed. Ship l-iuc AUeston, Torrey, New-Orleans, Jebnson A Lowden. !'. rk l.-i;range. Porter, Sjvaumh, Dunham Si D.iuoc. Kris- Plutus, B r e, Bo-tou; I.spaing. Dunham, Port an Platt, Ay mar it Co. Sehre Planer,Terry, Petersburg V?; Wm Buck, Stell iusu. Richmond; Recaide, Laagley, Bo.iou. Vruuu, At e rida KaiCeioucgs, S. ott, Laguayra. B T Da'vsou; Trio. Nickersou, B..-tuii, Vesta, L? ?ma, Norfolk. xbjuveo. Siciiin-'iip Grcjt We tern, Ilo'k.i s, :"si !>r.st&! Sept 1 , radze, 11 Irvin. P.ck-'si ;? (sVuebee, tTebbard. fm London and rorts mcmh Aug 16, m hse, Grrnn, .1. Miatura St, Co. Ship North Aliens, Low ber, fm Liverpool August tad:: : C H Marshall. Sup New-York Niv-n. 39 dys fm Liverpool, md/.e. A Knox. jr. Sbi| Si Le >n, Westeott, 41 d. :ni Liverpool, ccal, ic, E Peck a San. Ship Hellespoi t. Wade, 10 dv fin Haaana, surar, Spof rord,Ti1iestoa St Co. Kr b^rk Edward, Csemeaco, '-5 dy> fm Gaudaloupe, bal? last, Spotloru. Tdleston i Co. Neaptriitaa brig Viiia Napeli, Mastino.5Cdys fm Liver? pool, ballast, 11 Martreeilla. I'nu' Buenos Ij Lake, 38 ds fm Perusmbuco, sugar, Ki.abal, .V Sheldon. Brig May Flower, M intacuc, 3ii dys fm Honaire, rait. TrowbnJge A. Sou. Brig Edward Blake, Adams. 21 dys fm St Croi.t. su;ar Aymar &? Co Sw br.g Hebe. Brownson, 90 dys fai Geric, iron. Boor mar. Jubason A. Co. Bi is Levant, Aicxiadcr. 21 dy? fta Mayagnes, PR. sugar A_\ mar & Co. Brig S. !ma, Smith. X! dys fm Mobile, cotton. Sturris A. Clearaiaa. Bri.' IVrrv, Knecdsoa, 10 dys fm Charleston, coiton. Dunham St Diuiun. Sehr Vau Buren, Allen. 10 dys fm Lttboc, p!aater,mi?:cr. Bnt-J'-v?S --a;ps anU d bngs. Steo: In this city. ??pL 15, between the hours nt'otte and two. aflar apaiti'jj illn.ts ot'about three weeks. Mrs. Cataa-ine MeTt?lTer, in the 40th. ycar of her ne, widow ol* the late J&bn McCoakrr. Her 1" i-ad?, and thoic of her bn*bind, a-e respect fall r uivited to attend her funeral from tile residence ot her sister (Mrs. Duraag) N'a 49 Esiex-street, at 10 o\io^k this af emaca. latlo.? ty ?epr. 13, Perrrrtae Williamson, ofapoplexy in the 71st vesrof hi- age. Tilt f.-ieau.of the deceased and his son Teorse H". Wil ueeuoa, and those of his ioos*in law, SxaiucI J Ayr*>s sod m. m-ro. ar* respect/ally invitsd to att;r.d the fuaersl to laorru* afte-e, .-v,. di a li-pa-t .1 a'>. fn-rn 215 Er/. beU-ttrcetv LodCe. .\,,,. -ji zai 4Q <>; ,-e i.u. of O. F. areitwra cit-liv me ted o attend. 'i I. ? ft-lticture -.nrier. ttlji t.le3,e cipv i!;- above. At [few-Orlenr?, August i*., of yeilo ? fever, Mrs. Mary Ann Cooler, of Ci-nibrids-e, VYasbiogton County, in the 32 1 year of bcr ???? Paper? tr.rr-,ict.oitthe State will please cop;.-. I AD'51, AH TEiTTIOW I?H NRY H :!. 1-. LIAMS 4 Co. woubt politely invite ibi Ladies ra ! aud cxr.nna'? their large acd Sple'mii i .,-s rt icntof pain, figured. pi:ud and Striped Mousseliac de Laines, ^t all prices, from 1 to 5 shillings per yard. Tug.'ic . - a..-l of ail color.. t.igeuker with a fall assortment af French nd 1.: rttsh Merinos, Flannels, Ac.?in sho-t. a full sssorttni ..t of Fall and Winter Goods, for saie cheap, n HENRY WILLIAMS A CO,?05 G.-eeawich-st. N. P.?French, Foiliah and Arser.ca.-. Prints, fror? 3d to 3?hi!:i=r?. r!7 lit. UMTf U (.X.irtNlRsS-A : Y? nn i -riling en reastra-ble term* by the suVcriber, at Xo. S Jnbc-sL >17 Itw'l JOiiN G.tAYHOX. MEDH tTF.') ?'AN!>Y-\-..'?- ?-n-; ? efficient ap> riant, prepared for children by T. G. HI IDGKIXS, Confeetiosor. *9 Cortlaadt-st. -1' Im* /'-Rv.i'v c.t'?P!:Ti><;'.< <? ...1. < (.???: V ?JONES A MaRl Y? cheap cash Carpet Store. l!l Bowery, N. Y". .:; :tw / T?. < ANDY F?k CO:.BS.-l r. VJ commenced tbn manafaetnre of this article, and shall keep a con.taut supple d?nne the season. sIT I.a' T.'G. HO0G1UXS 43 Ccurtlaad-st. ; T? < c-;;.w i H. Kf Beta a: p02>i: r.-.?; v.:- p..its e.m.?. .t - . ,<?> 8ie. V cheap for ca?h. br F. LOVE, 13s West Broadway, corner of Be-ch-^L s!7 la* ] \8*>.4??.t'TI0S' OF COPARTNERSHIP.?Tba Yt t'opart: er ship heretofore rx Itine under lite ...of llCMl'GUKY A FRANCIS is dissolved by mutual con- I seet. All drin? due from or to tlte arm w illl be settled by THOMA3 J. FRANCIS, who will continue the China, Glass and Earthen-ware bnsiaess en his own account at the Oe! Stand, 190 Graud-.lrert, carrier of M< tt. Signed, V.M. [AH HUMPHREY, sIT If _T life',S J !',;--.M-'s. / ? UOCKERYAIVD <;!,?.-? - ZO?> SiOW \ 1 EEr.-MERRITTS a PACE areopocirg it th ir -tores. 100 Bowery cr.d 333 Grand-street, ?, '^rcc lumber oi new patterns of Dinuecand i'ea Ware,-which, with'tUeir former e\'c;isi?e iL-.-ortni.-nl of Choi i. ji'at a :, :e. ,-jt Ii'.,-., Lamps, Girandoles, Ac. ate render, their ttocka.com pleto in varii ty as can bo found i. the city. If usekeep crs and others ?hn e ish to lay out their money to the bot advantage, will find it an object to .ire them a call. sl7 luf_ j iit'OSi r:!) CORSET VP lUEiiOil^lE". 1 ?AV. BIRT, i Codar-strei t. near I'esrL is now receiv? ing a large assortment of white end rolored CORS] T3, mada to order, warranted to give satisfaction, and selling at ex remely low price-. N. B?Country Merchants supplied. au"41mis* CAN l?-.Stv' eiBBI?8 -Jl 9 IHOOL BOOKS^ i3 Peblished by DAYTON tt S.'.Xt'OX, 01 Nassau-rt, corner of Fulton. ?? 1 have examined 'Sasdess' Sr.ntr?' of School B^ok-. a d have iie hesitation exieessinc In opiii.eu th it they passers rfr".at merit. Tue Spelling Book i mbraeea several important iwrticuUrs not usually exbibitod iu works of tt,.- kind The sounds -f the leiten are i [early defined and illustrated ; the principles rif Orthography cr'- applied to ilitfere t words m s manner correspondent with parsing; tho natura and power of prefixes and suffixes, and the changes of the accents of the same words wken used n?u?s :,i d verbs are all distinctly presents I sad the entire arriing-iin'iil i'. iu it.y ji; lfm :nt, ?eil c -.'-.?lit. ??! t -> ml vance the pupil in a knowleJgo ofilm orthography and use of words. Mr. Sanders' publications have ;,;y rained ac extensive circulation, and deserve all the pat? raaage which ihey have received. His * School Reader,' par:- fir.t and Mcondj hu?e been introdueed into our Juve uile !? partment, E. D. .HALTI'.K.m. Principal of Lsnsingbutgh Academy." Lai-Miigbu-gli Academy, July 19. It II._?17 j CLIREHUGII'S IVSW M'VLK OF kVASIIIOIV for Gentl c m c u's llai t? C utt i n g, Will be introduced Saturday, 3 *? l Ii in ?I.. ?T HIS ROOMS. '.'i'J BROADWAY, Wb-re, fi.iin arranseuieet- m i le |,<- will be found alw iv. AT HOME By iho-e who wish to be oporated on tv iiimsei r. si7 lmlwis \ t/'a ."Va'sbl ?> ? A situation fji a '..'.<) t!".i Lljeai- of V? age,in a wholesale ;to.-e. Would prefr boarding with bis parents. Tue best of references can bo given. Address J. P. nt this oflici- _si'. Jf WAIVTHW?A yo"ns man , eci-iom -d to driving a If borre, Hiid a illiag lo work for very low t iges. No iituuiion mil be paid to any ni e who cannot get |0 d re commeadations. Apply to Mr. Kellogg, over ScofteMV, gi. eery, corner Grove?street and Waverly Mace -* two o'clock. _ >l" It* \1TAXTED-A yoijng or middle sped emu who . an v V commasd from $30U to iji 0, ss partner in a - f? .. profilnb''' business. A rir.-t rate chance will b* j..ve:i. A,j plyat I2CNassou-st. basement. '17 If \ % ' A .\ T ? I? ? a pirt_cria fie IlriiiLi.-'. n:i i Apotll - ?V earv loi-icss. The store .- in ?? good and rejpectt- ! ble: location, and now doing an exeellcut business, admit in? of being creatly extended, term-, for an equal inter estin-the concern, $?00,a part of ?beb. if desired, may remain med it can be paid from thn pic (it- of the busiuesx, Also, s Drug Stare for sale. Ai\,lv t.< the mb?--ri%er, at Mo 10 Div-tsion street. [sl73r*] IL H. BRAYTON. I rt T t'. 1.3.! '- K A f OF Fat'K? i i ?. I the Mayor. 433 Broi m ? ,-t.. I door from Breadn ly. df HI-TjsON'M IJiTKLI.KJEM'Si OFFICE, . No .Vit) Pearl-street, near Broadway. si Imis" ", ;tll^ .?<?? AUE & fo.'s, IN i t Li.H.l.N-'.. i le? ts FICK, 09 Nassau -t -9 Inns' t.''?b-:.Ai4'?i s.: A ?? ? s .tl li Si Ii !w - j j-i received al r SSO Broadway. Americau Hotel. ?10 raiP?KT?lVT u Employers.?! guarantee te fur s nish employors .with sober induitrious, honest ? mag men, such as Clerks of all descriptions^ foachmcn, Wait* er-, Gr,, m*. itc Ac. al Tempeian-e Citri ?-, 77 Na^.-.iu -I. ID" T.-.is i.iiice bas recently bad the honor of furnishing Mr Van Buren, Ex-President, and the Hnn.Santuel L. S lutlia d, with servants. \\ IL 1.1 am HENDERSON. s!7 1w-_ CjTOIiiirY?From the :, of tec rubber i hoard one of the .lers.-y Cry Ferry lloats. a POCKE V BOOK, containing $130 in bills, and so u.: papers, valuable only to the owner. Any person returning the papsrs, Lbrough the I'o.t (uric.', to Enoi Phclps, 120Pearl-street, wi'l cuifer u ere ,t f nor. The p iper, can be identified, a mv ::r.tn? is on most of them. LOYAL WILCOX The Courier A Enquirer, will please m-ert ike above three limes inside, and send toll :.> LI. A I*. P. i.rl--i. -17'it < 'ia.r.li?Sf? UND ERSHlRlVti Si DRA \'? - V' ERS?RccciveAat S?9 Broadway, Am ricaa HcteL FBIN?~rN DEIi"lH il l 's ^ ItliWV ERS?Received at 200 B.-oads _slti EASOXABLE Yfc.sT?N4'i?--At 250 Broad way. American Hotel. ?18 sURTOI T CLCTHIf. ]^i;i'EE5) Beaverand M led Cloths ::: r.-.-nt v.i i1 riety st S?l Broadway, American H-tel sU i-tf | TO I NVA J.JM.?? s\s-. t FURTHER sup;.:..- . fthi>e icsHsrs mable ar- :l ? J.\ .avaitdr, At . Oriental Die-?: g Rob-s, received and i .-?:.:.- by i?i.'f wm T. J::X.\'l.v.>. :: ?>< iwiy. 1711'17NTsTt'Sfi" AT AiTTIO "V.?\V I oaTuesdai the Slrtiast , at No. M0 Pearl-street, by a family hreiikinc up housc-kerj.inr. all thl Furniture in i.e: house.coasisticg ?f Bedsteads, i>d- a:ni Bedding,-Look iug-i .laj.-es, Sofa Bedjteai, Tables, Floor and Stair Car? pets, Cro s-rr. 1 Cookioc-Stove, ? early new, with a v ri-ty cf Household sml Kitcbea Fureitnre. -m Otis* AfX Ft-'UMITJJKE :-'0 2t -SSLL.?, -anCJ PHOP?E TO KENT.? \ family I city ofl'er for sa'e a superior .ot of i'urnitura. one year in use. A:-o. th : ll'.u-e lo reut uiitii the tirst of .?!a> n ist, with the privilege ofreaewa] tniotlieryear. The ?ou?? ii modem '?< .ill. in complete rep.tir. situated on the l',-t - lie of thn city. R,:ut low. Address Box lu37, Lo*-r Poai Office. ?17 .if w-b? TO LE'I'-A r. ?, d-ci::- - t i. i-o in aa'a ?jlS rerly Place, vuc-r IVultingtansqu re.; ?t.-?t mode JSS>ratc. I' iu? u ;jcJ o.--lt.r?;...-.-.?.:-?.iu unm di ly. I qu re at thi< c.tB.-e." _i-tf ri'O I.IiT- A Bar-Roam, BRiard R om aad Dm i n: at ? i:ia'.:.i for a R factory, and t*ie Sti ck and Fix? ture- for -ale it w.Ilumsburs, corn;;.' ? f Grand au.-: W ate streets,near the Ferry, known as the Long Uland Pavit ijL. If not sr Id Left re Monday, the 2Ct!i in.-t., the sama will be offered :l Public Arctioii ou that da;., at 10 o'clces A. m. Persons wi-hir.g to etgage iu that bu-in.'s- ar? ia vited to call. ?17 3f if; ?ULOfiEl'A. M s MOTT, the celebrated Female Phy nent. ?17 Imeoi ^ ,r&^rKS A ST E * H A A.'t I> ?=?=> . ? wdtstresi gdis can m-.el with almost instant re'i fanJ ?ficcdv cure. > applj iag to Mrs. mot T. the celebrated Female Physi? cian. See adverri'sia-n'.. ?17 lm=od 3K?'P-Y.-i'"-.::. ?T M^^Hlboring under this distressus -===^d s^.-e. can be positively cured by Mrs. MOTT, the celebrated Female Poysieiao. withoat tm?g upped. 117 lmeod POSTSCRIPT. A OR EAT BEHEILION Agaiast Hard Tistes, Hirh Pr;c?s tzd Dull Trsda. his been determined span by the Subscrioer, and consequently he ha? armed ':iis.?e j" lor the liege ?* it a a New. Rich and Comple.e Stock <-'f Go-?I?. He has ts.-owa down ihe rsuBtiet. aad ;.- n.iw prepared to !o;<k every enemy in the face; aad de-irc? the LaJi-ti, aud liie Tjb?c generally, to pay hnn e visit, and ;u 'ge. by exam.mag his spicdid a# soriaieLt of Dry Good?, waether he is not the victor. Jl'-r ope-s.1 D. SIS.H>?SILK* : I ease clcjn : changeable striped a-id sgured Artaure. 1 do very rieh striper) ?ad figured Gro de Aeger. 1 do beautiful watcrsd aacstriped Satin. ?ery itch. 1 d.s ?op. sxupei and Stared Gro de Afrique. I do nca Urocade an 1 Chece. 1 to Gio de Now-Yc-rk aui Gro Je Tcxic. t; do b! tcis aaa b. ae :.:.scit, plain aud scared Silk, id* every style. 10 pieces figured and plain Eilkl of every description. 10 do Brazilian Glace, very he.-vy; i--r>ther with Italfaina, Gra dc ith.n*. Double Pout: de Sois, Satiaa, Ac. PRINTS. 5 c-.-ss Krcn:!:, 10 ea-es F.zr!i?h. and 15 cases Arcrnsaa Prnts. rUEBi.NOE*. Preach, English and Gerau Merino?*, all colors sad qualities. Taelionts, Saxonies, romb..z:ne?. sHAiVf-S. C ishmere, Satin. Damask and Brocks. :. * ri s, c 1SSI3Ieb es,s atlvets cud vesting* FLANNELS. BLANKETS, ami Mar.eil es QUILTS. DOMESTICS?Bleached and L'nbleaebed?great quan ties. All of which the'public are politely invited to ex-] inline, at JOHN H. DINCMAX'S, 301 Grand-it cjrner of Orchard. N. B.?A large assortment of Chens Merinoes. JL~ The French, German a id Italian languages spoken. >l7 Iw ( CHEAP, CHEAP FALL GOODS. JASCN a. im:. im & CO. il? Greenwich-st ? door* below Barclay, have now on hand cue tf ".no most sxtensire stocl; ol Dry Good* in tiio sity, embracing almost eve-y sty le suitable for fall trade, ivhich have been purchased for Cash extremely low, and will be si.id for the same. si LKS?SiisKS. SJXO yards black and hlue-blsck, of the ma-t dr-irable styles and quality, from 4s to 10. per yard. ?OUSSEE.sGY DSC LAIIVES 3 c?>?es plain Thibet Wool and Saxony Do Lahres, of a superior qu ility. PRIKTS. 23,800 yards French, Engli h. Fall 'live-Bristol, Dover sad Merrimack Prints, a most splendid article, at Is per yard. TAG LIOIVIS. Ju-t n;--ned. S cj- o?, comprising every color and pattern, (beautiful rtyle. Also.Scases !*iig!i-h Merinoes,Ac. sHtf DOMESTIC**. .-^ YAl'.DS bleached longelotbl at 6V1, S.I.0.1. sssUaUl/U I0d, Is aal Is Si per yard. 85,000 yard* brown ?beding of ivery known -tyi^, direct from the manufactories, for 6d, Td ,?d, 3d, lOd, and U 6d, per y'd. ? isc* nnhleacbcd Canton flannels, at lud ami Is pery'd. - cases bleached Canton tluunets, 3 case*, 5 qrs. and ft i|rs sheeting, and 4 bai;.. lickings, ill .'. H. BOCKOVER A- Co.'* ?:'f 315 Green?ich Lt. Kici:.\cii !Jass!Mi:i:::s ami vi:?n.\(.?. FRESH IMPORTATIONS At the Now-York C as h Tailoring Establishment, 143 FultOtt-strcct, near Broadway. Southern khu Western gentlemen will find at tho above i'-tabli-hinent a tery choice and exten.-ive assortment o, French Cassimeres and Vesting* of tbe latest Full style? very desirable pattern-. Also, a large assortment of West of England and Kreuch Clothe from the most oelebrated manufacturer a. We iball in a fear days rcc ive the largest and best as ortment of French jwI English beaver* lor Overcoats ever otTered, to which we invite the attention of our friend* uml the public. Full suits furnished in SI hours at 40 per cent, below Broadway pried. Strict punctuality observed in f.llinc orders. Cash on delivery, ami no abatement in prices. P. S.?Tho cutting department is still under the super? intendence of Mr. M Gaylord, whose services have been to.-< w. 11 appreciated by a fashionable public to need any comment Particular attention paid to cutting pants. sd J.C. BOOTH, Aeent. von.avki.a. ewz ii5:ev?ob:t, its Fnlton-sjtrcel, Would respectfully inform their patrons ardlhc public generally, that thej have just received their Fall Pasbii a* from Paris and London, mid arc im? prepared to receive orders, having supplied themselves with a well -elected assortment of goods of tbe latest imp..nations, consisting of Cloths, Cassimeres, Vesting*, Ace. .ve., which they are prepared to uiako up ?t price, which emu ot fail to please. To those who are unacquainted with our atyle of getting nj> garments, they would respectfully invite to call um! ex amia I for thrm^elves. N. b Terms Cash. sll tf NEW AND SPLENDID F A L L GOODS, AT THE IMTEO STATU hj TAILORING fc..na*oii?? ii, No. 12 J .hu-street, near Broadway. Ciilzsn- aa.l strangers are respectfully iavited lo call at the Emporium, and examine a splendid assortment *f French, German and West of England Clotio, Fancy Css limen ?. Vesting", Ac, which will be runde to order al the siiortest prjs-iblc not.ee, a..J iu the mr-t fashionable and ipprovel ?t> le, at -educed prices for ca?h. sS Imis VV. R. WILLIAMS, Agent. / ?sLOTil!?. Cauaiimercu, aail MatisselM.? ^ Superfian West of England black, blu- black, invisible green,brown, steel mixed, and blue cloths; cassimcrass, wool black, pla n and fancy ; fa) pieces rjuliun*. every eal'.r and quality; from 3s M to IDs per yard, und likcwis' satin, merino,?asbmere, and valeaela vesting*, si! if J. U. BOl 'KOVER At CO, 315 Greeawich street ^ BALES wii; be sipened tbi, morning of Welch, Ro x>7g.;rs patent, Salisbury and Valley Dale Flannels, while, red and yellow, from U Cd to per yard, at J. ii. BOCKOVfiR sV. Co's. ' hf, if ?i? Oreen? icii St., - deors below Sarclay. ' HARDTVARE AND WOODWARE. W. Ar J. JaMISON. 255 ind 255J GaEBHWicH-sTS rr. XT ITCH EN tTJRNITURE is all its viriu'es, consist- , W.i of Hardware, Wood-r.-nrc, Tin-ware and Willow, ware, kept coo:lastly on hand, of thr best qualities, ai very lo-.r prices to mit tho line?. Those who would '?? to purchase articles of the abavo km i will fud it lo their advantage by c-iii.-g before purchasing elsewhere. N. B. A iorge assortment of French T;a7cl!i.i7 Rats ai.iii.skcu. [s4 Imi-] W. At J. JAMISON SOLID EXTRACT UK KIO NKGKO SARSAPARILLA, I T ii ITS ST ARC Ii Y MATTER ; PSECtrlTsTEO, PREPARED BY STEAM, MADE ONLY BY OTTO ROTTOiV, M. D. sl.7 171 BROADWAY, X. Y. Imis N. P.?Ore ounce e(;nal is virt.ie to a pound of the r?.ol * 'i.'.?TJ*n, C?.j(>I?tBE.?l AND V ESTING? ?The subsenber has received by lato arrivals scvetal c-?a.- et" woo] b! ;avisib:e gruen, Prince Albert, oiive and brown i'L? iTHS of due qualities. CAS3IMERE3?Wool blaclc, iartcv dse.'aio and plain. VESTTNGS?Rich style,.Ai?o, TAILOR'S TRIMMINGS. Sileriaj, Scrs'e-, ll.a.iiag-, Cords. Plaid Liniart, But ; .Ca ?u-. eic, all which wnl be wild by the peeing* or i);'rc at the lowest aarlt-t pnees, at No. IM William- : street.by fl Imis] JOHN N. Ki;HFl?K- 1 PREPARED CAST steh!. ?POOW8 1 ?Tho public are now nrevinted with an article .ai | superior to an V tniag of the kind ever before xanulactureo ia ths. or any other ccur.tr;.?lI.o.e of pure sUv? oa j ezeeptad. They wd! ce.th. r rust, urta.h, aor lose their , brlzr.tuess though kept in cocataai u.-'- .r_-,?j ,? Ail orders reTacirs to tho bosises. rnay ^ d reeled to aa38lmis G EORGE_St_CARY^9^^?iLi^rL!!'- 1 VAX t m1jp Vll**> BOAaSS in c?ks of 7 to 10 tliousand each, or sale n> J M. & E. R. SMITH. Cuemists sod Dntggiils an 10 6wis* ' of- Fulton and Wsier su. A V r T Io.\ SAL E S. c, u }' *' OKAFKU, Jr. ? ,.,^TcTt-1-'r'<'?- *<' Pnt-sinet. On >A1 OR DAI, September 18, it ; | ,,i< CLCTH.i *.%D(.?,:vt.?., r*o>i THcSBa...s-.s.wr?l - .neat cf fall and winter article* of Ibe tales* impor - AJssj 50 piece. Bemrer Ctotk, ris : black, blue bbca lad i.jd:?-o biue, a very tme artiest, ana jusl lauded. A sr., 7j piece* i do; Cloths. AI,o ? do Flu-Iitots. Abo, l ed do WeMot'Koeland black M::e black, inv..;. t Is grtci anil tadigu bvje Cloths. .* ? ?, T.i b:oad;loin>, useneii coiiora. A.'.o, b' j p.ect t fjtccy Caa.-itnerc Also, 73 do West of England black and blue black ."asMnicr-s. lor city trade. Tt.ru?>. ti mo: lbs, for approved eti.ior.ed note*. TUESDAY, Septv-.:,a: lo o'dc k. Pacxicc Saxk?S59 packacei cf Irish, Scatch, Arccri :. at"d flriii-.l l r- tl, :.?>. af recent importation, aid pied 'o tue season. Terui.-ti inoslhs mi approved endorsed cotes. Catalogues and sj-o; :c* oa raernin| < f sale. On THURSDAY. Sept. S3 .it lOo'd rk. Fassen Coodss?S00 cases of French Goods, of recent -ipotUuoa, contpristug a iar:e sau desi able sssornaoul .' rich and hurt cost article... Term-, ti BSOWths, for ap irovetl endorsed n..us. Catalogues sad samples on motu l,- uf-.ile. Also, heavy bbek Si;k V- Ivets. Also, heavy eobaod >Iiit Velvet Vening*. Jo.-iaa R.cuards, Auctioneer. BV BANGS, KUii Vk:i? 4 & p&ATT. _?_ Mur; 196 Br tsABW* Turn ?AttOF.V f.,':.'.l*,.r ' '*l->*"?r: Mr. CHAPMAN'S SENEF1T. Tills EVEMNG??ept.n. I&1I. The cv.-i.n s'? cuti rta.. ui ,.ts u.b cranwace pree I I. It naif past . o'clock. ?i b ac 0?,-rt..re. _After which the Comic Builettu o: T.IK RIFLE P-RI Immsd'ately after the Burletta, Mr.M. St MissWeU* ? ill darn e a grand Pasda idea*. from Flora ? .< .'. -,>'..... la the coarse of the venia? Ur. chspman wal star the "jllowiujr Comic tfi?aes cf ?h- Ses-o.i: Ti e T etotal Society. My Grandfather was a Wonderful M-n. Past no I Present Tine;. An intermission ?fhalfau hoar will be a'1-.wr.l for tt. ' e.-limenis, ami ihc pTOmeaade Musicals in the Cr, i -aloou. After which Mr. Edca, the unrivalled Pyreu h?ht, wil rive a spl ndi 1 Exhibition of PHtE-WORKS. Miss JANE SLOMaNwill then give her PIANO FORTE RECITALS, which luve of late attracted w mneh stl i ion, from liie Awiblt-ur- and Proles, ors of tho city. No. I.?Grand F.,Lt, u >ud Yaristions on air front Rossini's Opera of W illiam Tell.DoMrr. No. S,?r antasla intl Variatio a to tbeair" My lodging is o-i the cold ground," vnh tull orcbeslra] sc* coiitp'iiiiiuunl.. 'v.- ri ner Tho -.t l.oi-i :.i < ooclude ? r.a the ItUKhsl te Farci ita c .1 ted the nOTTERY i ICKET. To a -'ire the early hour of retiring usual In ibis e?tab. I.simi'ut, Ibe doors of the s'jl>? n will be opened :.t t'V "VI. i it fur the future, und ihc a., asements will c.as -.-.I 7j o'clock. Fincient ofTlcera will bo in attendance to prevent the admission of all Improper persons. Tickei* Fifty Cent.. ; It rjio xurorsE WsTo vAi.i'j-: sitb. I ?The ? V.U NAJSil I'.U.'.' ii.-.-.-, - and -.-A.-, -trccis. are nov. open daily. Gauitemea subscribing ii ive : ie privilege of exercising a: both ih.- establishments. In addition to every Implement made use of in the regular Gymnssium, there ire a bowling alley, quoit- rround, bootiog-gsllery, and a lnr?.i open space i"r ru nil ?, i impiag, Ac, exclusively ior iiie amnsemi nt of ihu msm i ers. W. F. resoes'fully informs parents and guardians that a junior els ? is .t b, m; |..I. an I il ntoreiso always under his immndiate ?uperialeudence. Fenciug and Sparling uitghi as u.ual, up n the inosi approved priaeipli -. Ah evening class'will be formed at aa early peri d, and coBiinna durioc tho winter. sli Sw n B?OVAjL.?The BROOKLYN SAUT WAT1 tt tV WAlt? BATH has bean removed to the upper I of Fulton Ferry P?r. Ladles ?wd Gentlemen base Waim Baths from6 A.M.,lijl P. M. The citizen of Mew-York will lied the present locatisa si ci avi i ?? at >i ' . i.y i i'.re's., jr.i! c:-ii lake a Hath with a* much ?? I il OB if lh?y were on the f.ew-Yora -ide of the live.-. 11 noklyn,Sept.8th, '811. iraij.* ?Tsei'-x-a I'lA.MI tf?R'A'FS.?WILLIAM ^r^j^cscjijPLAlN, cole nc in ftr Talluian A Randrl'a !l V l jssuperforgrand cctioaPianos,7Barclay'st, Bear ilr". dway?The pablic may'rest assured that Ins tin menu of Uli" <? tal isbment cannot be en-lb;,! m tone, loach or op pi i-niieo, by nty manufaetttred, and at prices nevtr before ?.tl'ered. lAaving been constantly engaged in Te.ieii:r.ir, Tuiiie.i! i.lid !'? er ilal.i r for the tn-t sixteen veirs, be is confideut be poss-awca advantages in the selec l on of Pianos uuri|iMi>il. si Im' V?i ZfSgIn the best manner at 75 cents encb, ou f l i: I I* application.st 13? Fultcn-strcet, up s'uirs. Also, Ac- orrlioi ? timed mid repaired. s7 ln,is* W&TViiKH AND JB1VELRY, ?vTrK VERY LOW?AUd scrlptions if Gold and Sil vrr 'J-i'.s Lever, A :r!ior. Escspement, Duplex, Lepins and *rerge Wstches Diamond Pins and Rings, gold Pencils, C ains and Jewelry, for sale at reiatl lowei thl :i ..t any other place iu the City. VVaiches and Jewelry exchanged or bought, (Jo!.! Watches-as low as $35 and $40 each. A'i Watches will be'wrarranted to beep good time, or the money re tar nod. Watches and Clucks re paired in the best manner andwarraated i much I than the usual ,'rii sr. by "i 0 of tho fie.est nrr.-km' D m America. ? i. C. ALLEN, Importer of Waiehes and Jewelry, null inns wholesale and retail, 311 '.Vail ?!.. up ?tnirs. s ist V OF iVBW VOttfi, 'ivib .July.l-sll. v_y ?Tin? is to certify, that i. Peter (ire, u, now employ ? d iu ;be Burinaerfs department of'ho Narrsgan-ett iteau boat, was for five years dre?dfally sfllfcted with diseased ? ?. es, oil" ef which became totally blind, and 'in- other bei. g so b o!, tbatl could with difficulty see any thine- 'I'hai al? ter hat me consulted arid employed some ef the most ? mi lo ut aurgeoaa of this city a.id Philadelphia, none of whom .re able to render me any material assistance, (and si vo r.il of whom proiioiirieed my ,,a<e incurable ) I was srivirej lofplace myseli und-r the uentmenl and cur? ol Hit WHEELER, the Oculist, of No 33 Greenwich itreet, who h ?-!? stored the sirnt of the eye that was I? for,' totall) ob ?cured, and otherwise so far relieved me, without retorting ?o ary surric-il opera inn, a< in emi' le me in prosecute my business, and attend to the du ios of nay it itiou, N i York, J ily '23. II. S'Ei 1 R GREEN. Perfooally sop-eared before ire, lbs above named Peter Cr,-,,. who. on being duly sworn; sayi that the i ertiSi a to to which hi? signature is affixed is tr io in all it- parts. - I in WM.ArSI'iV.lloi'imi-sii'iierolile.ls. 1 I V. i.iti VbB AN D AGlt can be speedily and per s manen?yeured in RUSHTONANDASPINWALL'S TONIC MIXTURE. "The Uniterm lucceia tkat hoi ai tended the use of this medicine, authorizes lbs proorietora to atree to refund tun money in evcrv eaiewneie it f...is of etfectine a cum, when med according to the directions, rorsaleby RUSHTON Al A8PINWALU .i: i a. ia* fli? William-at. 11W Broadway, in Asinr Ffoure / 'i;ii>'l,SilTi s>.ti,V KUSkTIrl tUNT \r WENT. WtTrRTO-.cn, Jeff. Co . \. Y. >ov. 1118 B i hive sold a large quantity of Gridley's Salt limns Ointment ilurr u the but lb ee ysars ; and SO far us 1 k. i> it ha? almost iavaiiab|y proved eil'eetual in ihe cure of Salt Rheum, Ac. I believe it stands nnrirslled end na (quailed asa remedy lor ibe di-ea-es it is rero i in :id-d f.,r. nlLAS CLARK, l>u?gist, AcHuitN, Maren SI, lc4L We the iubscribers, Druggtsts ??( the rillsge of Auburn, N. Y.. having vended A. Gridley's Salt Rheum Ointment, marfe by bini la ibis plaee,) for several years past, bam BO-besiulioaia deelsuttg it one of tho most efficacious remedies (to unknown) iu u?n iu this country for the euro of Saft Rheum.and many other cutaneous dis :.-e? Al? though most people have res. rteddirectly t? Ins ?? Labra tory" for the article,still our taleefit has been very rxwsidcrabla and c&ntioue- to tm so. RICHARD STEEL St Co. il POSG -TE. TllOS M HI NT. Porsnleby WM. BURGER, Druggist, 50 Counlandt, and lee Greenwich ".ts. Priesa SOomnta per bottle s!52is* j > m 13 it a V?~irJOiVa^lii AlTl Trie ks in i Is tin- Sut': will bu lekun withd.1t ?i-> disc milt for a f. w lavs on > for Drv Gucds at 4cT Gruerwich ?t.ne.r C?i n!. slS I mis mm m "ITHS. JIOTT, THE CELEBRATED FEMALE ? PHYS.CiAN OF NEW-YORK, i? constantly re ?.eiving a Urge qusntity of herb?, root-, and essen isl oi!? 'rem Kurcpel not to ba obtained ii this country, and wdl be able to cur- those diseases which bare l>3tilod the skill of ihe met etnii rut Physioar?. Mr.. MOTV positively p!e.?8?? herself to cor? oe t ... e I! d.-. as. i ini id nt to tae human frame, sod mors e,pe j -i.liv the fotlo'wicg: rbeumatn u of however I .rg-tend, ina.'nc dsloreox, goof ecmrswetton, P?lejr, er paralysed lifltbs, decline, cor.sumpti-ii, humor., scrofula salt rheum. ! kina'e eviLeatkar, riasworms,catarrh, scald bead, d,?. oeps -, d.-bi.itv. spio-l aA--ction% o.-rvous rympto-.s. ?h.te iwellinVr, urima, jaundice. ??*? bver cm plaint, he -?.rhoid. and femala w.-akaesses, nta of falling ?icltr.es?, a'id other dfteases. ' No rsercury or mineral of any kind used. Any female lahoriag under vsnoi? weakaes'es anv eonsalt Mr?. ttOTT with perfect crefidence. Hours of leeicrj pa'ierts ,'a'iu 9 A. M. until C P. M , at her residence. 119 atpriag sireet. (we.t tide of Btoadway.) All l.tieri from lb eoentry'po.t p ,Id; pr tnpll . attended to. Medicine for -. rded ti all parts of the United S'a'es. s!7 Imeod ? Fi TS Ff rs.-Tliiadr-i.d fflftd disease ii p< rltiveiy cured by -?- JS> IIr?. Ml)TT. ihe crlehrste.t F' aialn Pbysieian, No. MO Sprius-itreet. ?I ?' liarcti ._ . M?AJLl) UCjADsj. ?^TT'^? ? - i ?>\ AMBuTaia pre saieoi iscaoeii paed ^'^?*izlf^iiS2SS>.ly eradksoed by Mrs MOTT, e'era. S fbvsiciaa. No. HU Sprinr slree'. v|7 Imeod] HATTERS' ar*I.t"SIS ot sll nuolities and de scriplioas constantly on hat,d. ir.d ;or '*'.? il laus JOHN N. EUPYEK, M William it.

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