Newspaper of The New York Herald, August 12, 1842, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated August 12, 1842 Page 1
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TH Vol. VIII.?Ho. t il - Wtiolo No. 307'4. RAIL ROADS & STE AMBO A IS. ? ion SCHOOLEY'S MOUNTAIN, E A ST(W" ? ET*fl if I~1 E y. W A Sl^Al, LE NTOWN, PKXN. Duly, (Sunday* excepted,) via?Elixahethtowu aud Somerville Railroad. Leave pier 1 North River. at o'clock. A M, by ?teamboat to Klitabellii>ort, or leave the foot of Liberty street at!) o'clock A M, take the Philadelphia train to Eliiabethtown, there to connect with the car. for Somerville; coaclie* from thtDce arrinug at Kcliooley's Mountain early the aame afternoon, at Futon by 6 o'clock, BeUlrhtm at 7>? o'clock, and Alleutown it o'clock the same rveuiug. . .. For .eat. or further information, a|>ply to A D HOPE, Merehanu' Hotel, 41 Courtlandt atret. at the Railroad Office, foot of Liberty street, oroa Iward the boat. Fare through to Schooley'a Mountain, $2.2) " Futon, S'-'.oo Bethelein, $2,75 " _ Alleutown, $J,00 N B?Extras provided it the shortest notice. P S?This route on account of the short distance by coaches commends itself to the public patronage as being by far the most pleasant and expeditious. jyg lni?c V'XVUIUtl l' Aiiw rn.0J5rtvri? iv *-?.** aBURG. iTTiiifl fsmate BiNQ^KyL^y"^^ The proprietors of Bingham's Transportation Line to Pittsburg, give notice to the Merchant! of New York, anil all other persons shipping to the West, that their line is now in active operatior Goods ?unsigned to tin m (or aent to go in their line,) will be lorwariled with despatch. Owner! or ahipiiera of goods, destined for the Weitem States, who have no agent or consignee at Pittsburg, will please consign their goods to William Bingham, Pittsburg, who will attend to snipping all such consignments without delay. All roods should be marked distinctly ou eacn package BINGHAM'S LINE. Rfor ates of freight, which are as low as any other line, apply ? WM. TYSON, Agent, No. t West street, opposite Pit r No. 2, N. R. N. B. Passengers forwarded to Pittsburg and Pottaville,every day, Sundays excepted. Refer to R. Crooks, American Fur Co.; 9. T. Nicoll, Front street : Phelps, Dodg. St Co., Fulton street ; Suydajn. Sage* Co ; Win. Rankin, Duryce at Co, Newark. mtt 3m RAIL RO AD?ALBANY AND SARATOGA. ClAUft tW" 'Bl', Hit Travellers to Saratoga Springs, Lake Oer rge, Whitehall and Lower Canada, are informed that they will insure to themselves an eipeditious and pleasant conveyance to the Hnrimrs hv taking the Rail Una I cars at Alranv. HOURS OF DEPARTURE. From Albany. From Saratoga. At 6 oelock, A. M. I At 7 o'clock, A. M -rr9 i. . i .. .. .. " 3 " P.M. I "3*"' P M. There ii no change of (loaches or Baggage Wagons, or shifting of Baggage from one Steamboat to another on this route. Passengers on their arrival at Saratoga, will find stage coaches in readiness to convey tnem to Lake George and Whitehall on Lake Clismplain; connecting with all the principal Northern and Eastern Stage mules. A Stage (for the convenience of passengers who arrive by the afternoon train from Albany,) leaves Saratoga at i o'clock A. M. arrives at Whitehall in time for the departure of the Champlaia steamboat of same day, and brings eastern trav, llers to Rutland, Vt. early in the evening. N. B. There are baggage wagons always in readiness, at Albany, on the arrival of the steamboats anil rail road cars, to carry the baggage of passengers direct to and from the depot and steamboat at the rate of 6.$ cents |ver trunk or package, or 12X cents for ordinary travelling baggage. The departuresTor the west are fixed for the season at 7X o'clock, A. M. and 7 P. M. JOHN COSTIGAN, Superintendent. Albany, June 27th, 1812. jeSri3m r RAILROAD NOTICE. MARKET AND FREIGHT LINK. N^VMunswSK ISDNE^KIRK. 'T'HE NEW JERSEY Railroad and Transportation ComJ pany have eaUtblished a Freight Line between New' Brunswick and New York, whick they intend to run permakendir. Leaving New Brunswick at 5R A. M. daily, (Sundays excepted) and the foot of Liber tyutreet, New York, at 2X P. M. Te country dealers and meitxiants the above line is very desirable for the speedy and cneap conveyance ol merchandise of evgry description, and more particularly to Drovers and Dealers in Live Stock, who can have ISO head of cattle conveyed between New Brunswick and New York, the same day whenever required. The rates Tor the transportation of cattle, horses, mules, sheep, hogs, lie. and all other kinds of merchandise are very low, neve/ exceeding steamboat prices. Merchandise sent by this line is not subject to any extra charge in crossing the North River. Tne Company have fitted up a large storehouse at New Brunswick, adjoining the Railroad Depot, which will always heopen for the receiuion of meichandise. Passsuweta purchasing their tickets at the ticket offices, will receive ferry rickets gratis. K7" Freight for Newark, Elixabethtown, Rahway, Westfield, Plainfield, Scotch Plains, Boundbrook aoid Somen ille, is conveyed by the above linea, and delivered the same day when STATEN ISLAND FERRY. Foot of Whitehall street. The steamers STATEN ISLANDER and SAMSON will leave New York and Staten Island every- hour, from 8 A MtuTFM. All foods are required to be particularly marked, and a? at the risk of the owners thereof. jyl OPPOSITION LINE FOR ALBANY. FARE REDUCED! ! CABIN PASSAGE $1 no BERTHS. 75 FREIGHT TAKEN AT REDUCED PRiCKS. afl The commodious Steamboat WASHINGOm . TTk.r. Ja TON. Captain J. M. Brown, having made 2Bn?3EjE?arra]igeineuu to change her days of leaving New York, will hereafter leave the foot of Robinson street. New York, every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday afternoon, at 3 o'clock, aad Albany, every Monday,Wednesday, and Friday afternoon, at 5 o'clock, landing on her passage each way at the foot of Haminoud street, Newburgn, I'oughkecpsie, Kingston Point, Cattsatll and Hudson. For freight or jmssage, anply to the Captain on board, or to D. RANDOLPH MARTlNf. No. 188 West street. jyU lm?c EVENING LINE FOR ALBANY DIRECT, J8> .At seven o'clock, P. M., from the steamboat pier between Conrtlandt and Liberty streets. X^aCL The steamboat SOUTH AMERICA, Capt. L. W. Brainard. leaves the above pier Monday, Wednesday, aud Friday at seven o'clock. P. M. The steamboat ROCHESTER, Capt. A.St. John, leaves the above pier Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoon, at seven o'clock. The above boats ars new and substantial are ftnnished with elegant state roams, and in every respectareu usurpassed among the Hudson River steamers. For passage or freight, apply on board, or to P. C. 8CHULTZ, At the office on the wharf, or on board. Passengers taking this line of boats, will at all times arrive at Albany in time for the first train of cars for the east and weat. i y 4 .XW OCEAN HOUSE, Long Branch, Humson, Bia *Brown's Dock, Middletown, Eatontown Dork 3^_aJEaZ_and Red Bank, Shrewsbury.?The steamboat IOLAS, Captain Allaire, will leave New York from Fulton Market Slip, East River, every morning at 8 o'clock for Red Bank.Jexcent Thursday, on which day the boat goes to Eatoutown Dock.) Returning, will leave at 1 o'clock each day. The lotas will run as above, navigation and weather permitting, until further notice. All freight and baggage at the riak of the owners thereof. June 81, 1848. jc?3mc KENNEBEC AND BOSTON. ^Weam Jgm The new and splendid steamer J. W. RICHMONO, Nathaniel Kimball, master, will XiaalC^L Isivr the uorth aide of T. wharf, Boston, every Tuesday and Friday evening at 7 o'clock, for Gardiner and Hallowrlf; and returning will leave Hallowell on Mondaya and Thursdays at 8)4 P. M., lauding each way at Bath. Fare from Boston to Hallowell, S3 00 Bath, 2 SO Stages will be in readiness on the arrival of the boat at Hallowell, to convey passenger! to Augusta, Watrrville, Baniptr. Belfast and Quebec. rVraoiis travelling for pleasure will find few| pleasanirr routes than this one to Quebec, as it runs through a country alioundiiig in beautiful scenery?the roada are good, and the hotels well kept?the distance 210 miles. jylO 2m*c CHEAP EXCURSION to the Fishing flpjailida Banks, every day, rscent Tuesdays and Fridays?Fare 86 cents earn way?The steamer NAPOLEON, Capt. Hancox, will run regularly to the above place rvery fair day, and leave as follows?Foot of Hammond street at 9 (/clock, Canal street quarter past 9, Market street half |iast 9, Catharine ferry Brooklyn pier No. I North river at 10 o'clock. On Tuesdays and Fridays the Napoleon will make afternoon excursions to Coney Island, landing at Fort Hamilton and Bath?(the steamboat General Jackson will continue to run to the same place every other day in the week)?and leave as follows?Foot of Hammond street at 8 o'clock. Canal street at a quarter past 2. Pike street 2X. pier No 1 at 3 o'clock?Fare 26 cents each way. The host will remain at Coney Island one hour and a half, and arrive in New York by 7 o'clock. jit lm*c Affg- FOR LIVERPOOL?Regular Packet of I3.h of KrJEyV A'.'t"". ?The well known fast sailing packet ship SClfaylROINIAN. Captain Allen, will sail positively on the 13th of August, it being her regular day. This ship has superior accommodations for cabin, second cabin and steerage passengers, who will taken m.vl?r?t.. km^a' T?J n,rt?er tpply oo board, foot af Maiden lane, or to GLOVER fc McMURRAY. 100 street, ,u* ' I, , corner Sonth st. HMPHbi *',e '*'? Anwit.? rhr new and clfirnnt r??miUr fine Pa. kr. Shi,. " NEAV YORK," burthen " Thomas B. Cropper. will sail positively on Monday the )9th instanl, her regular day. The accommodations of the Old, or Black Line of Packets for Cabin, second cabin, and Steerage passengers, are well known to be nnrqnalled by any other line or ship now loading for the above port. Persons pioceeding to the old country, will find it to their comfort and advantage to choose this favorite packet for their conveyance ; and as a nnmber of her berths are now engaged, early application ia re<|nisile. For p.usage, apply on hoard foot of Bcekman street, or to ROCHE, BROTHERS It CO. J1 Fnltonst. ?4 r Nest door to the Knlton Bank. tst KOil LIVERPOOL?New Lin. Regular |J0M|W packet of Jith Auguit?The splendid packet ship JPIlKiflKniBIDDONB, Caiaain E B Cobb, 01 1000 tons, will p<> sitively sail as above, her regular (lay l? ..r li-ielit or passage, having accommodations unequalled lor splendor < r e, ^krt. a|> ply on board, at Orleans wharf , foot ol' Wall street, <^l E. K. COLLINS It CO. M South street. Price of |>a*saqe $100. The racket shin SHERIDAN.C n I on A. Depeyster, of 1000 ions, will succeed the SlDDONS, and sail ttth September, her regular day. ... , .. . Passengers may rely on the ships of this line tailing punctually asadyertised. aullr wfjCTWThe elegant well known packet ship QUEEN VICJBMHmTOHIA, Captain Mallet, will sail at above. She has tU|ierior accommodations for cabin, second cabin and steerage passengers, which will betaken at the lowest rales^if parly application it made on board the shin, at pi r It E. R. or to jyti JOHN HERD MAN, ?i South at. , E NE' WE OCULISTS. DOCTOR J. FRANCIS' = CELEBRATED EYE WATER. T MO. II BARC. Y STREET, within two doors of the , Aslor H< v '? His prepsrationj are a perfect cure for all i unam ma torytd uc of die eye. wrakneaa of sight, fcc., thl never fail id ret ring uebulaa of the longest standing, without any surgical operation tei e e . CERTIFICATES. 1 certify that Jacob Valentine, a voutli of about fifteen yean "M of age, was brought to my house last fall, ap|>areiilly blind. He t" called on me to-dav, and states that lie hat been the patieut of (" Dr. J. p rancis, whose treatment has been the means, under ?*' C>od, ofiestornui his Sight. JAMES MIL NOR, >? . . Rector of St. George's Church. Beekmau at. Tins it to certify tliat two of my children were alflicted w ith JJ diseased eves for a length of lime, oue of them was almost bliud with nebulas, coveting the sight. Every remedy was resorted k> without any good effect, and despaired of them ever being recovered. _ Tliey are now perfectly restored to sight by Dr. J. p p rmucur celebrated preparation. _ ~ DANIEL 8. JONES, 499 Pearl street. ce I was almost blind for twelve years, and in five weeks, under rri the skilful treatment of Dr. J. I1 rancis, my sight is now per th feclly good and strong. ? , ,r MARTHA BROWN. 177 Forsyth street. * I certify to the above being a true state. OKOKUK BENEDICT. th Pasto of the Stanton street Churoh. ? I was nearly blind for tw? ?ty years with a cataract in each tie eye and from the use of l)r. Francis' wonderful preparation for ui that disease, my eves are nnwjrerfeetly recovered. In HESTER JOHNSTON, 41 Kldridge street. ar. We.tlie undersigned, having ?ituessed the astonishing effi- a|, cacy ol Dr. Francis' pre|iara;ions lor diseases ol the eye, m unhesitatingly recommend them to the notice of the niblic, as ?; valuabl: remedies. ri? Duncan Dunbar, Pastor of McDciijcaI st. Church. fr( S. H. Cone, Pastor of the Fiist Baptist Church. to John Peck, Agent of the Home Mission Society. Jacob Brouner, Pastor of the S vrth Bat list Cliurclt. j Joseph Andrcade, Komiu Catholic Priest of St. Peter1* m Cntgrch. Natnertttl certificates can be seen at the office. Prepared and old only by Dr. J. Francis, 10 Barclay street. New York. Artificial Eyei inserted, which cannot be distinguished from the natural, without giving the slightest paiii. Dr. J. Francis resj ectfally informs his friends and the nubile, that in consequence of the increase of hit business, Dr. (Benny, m Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, London, and of t lie New York Medical Society, has joined him, and every confidence can be placed in.his prol\ ssioual skill as an Oculist. Office hours from 9 A. M., until 6 P. M. jylO 3in*c T1 DISEASES-OF THE-EYE. f R. K. DCOMT, Pi OPHTHALMIC SURGEON, tn No. 2(17 BROADWAY, Si Entrance in Fulton Street, opixoite St. Paul'. Church. D ATTENDS TO DISEASES OF THE EYE, AND ALL THE NECESSARY OPERATIONS THEREON. r? OFFICE HOURS FROM 9 TO I) O'CLOCK." . Having completed hi, studies of 5 years with L)R. ELLIOTT, !? Oculist, and been subsequently engaged as his a?sist?iit, R. K Diu>sy is enabled to undertake (lie treitmeut of all diseases affecting the organ, of vision. Terms moderate and graduated to . the nature and extent of the divas**. , Permission is given to refer to hi. late instructor, and also to 1 some of the most eminent I'rol. ssors of the Medical Faculty in New York. " N.B. au4 Im*r |,> DISEASED EYES AND INFLAMMATION OFTIIIO EYE LIDS. the eye-lids, can be quickly and safely removed, by tlte u?e J of the ,i ROMAN EYE BALSAM. Mrs. Davis, No. 77 Essex treet, has been cured of inflammation of the eye-lids and weak eyes, of years duration, by using ,< only one jar of the Eye Balsam. j . Miss Flu Gerald, No. S! Market street, had for two or three " years been so much afflicted with weak and milaimned eyes, ?! that at times she could scarcely see to read. Her eyes have been completely restored by this Balm, after all other means r had failed. Hundreds have uy its healing virtues, been restored ' to light, where almost total bliuduess, caused by excessive in- * flaminalions, had existed for years. The " Roman Eye Balsam" has been a long time used in private practice by the most eminent oculists in this and ferrigu countries, and its astonishing efficacy in removing all disease, and inflammation from the eye, has established for it a reputation far beyond the reach of any other preparation. V IN DIMNESS OF SIGHT, caused by fixed attention to I1 minute objects, or by a long exjrosure to a strong light, and in f the weakness orparlial loss of sight from sickness or old age, it V. is a sure restorer, and should be used by all who find theirsight sc failing without any apparentdisease. rut up in small jars with ta full directions for use. Price 37>fi cents. Prepared and sold, ei wholesale and retail, by DAVID SANDS St CO., No. 77 East tu Broadway, corner Market st, N. Y. et Sold also by A B Ik D Sands. 79 and 100 Fulton street, and by tli A B Sands and Co., 273 Broadway, corner Chamber street. f' '14 Im r ol HE SOLID EXTRACT OF SAR8AFARILLA, pre- e< pared by Dr. Otto Rottou, has proved itself a very valuame a specific in cases of Scrofula, Salt Kheuin, and cutaneous dis- ? eases generally, particularly those arising from impurity of the blood. The Syrun, prepared from the Extract also, is far supe- _ rior to any other Syrup of Sarsaparilla ever before prepared. = Both may be obtained of Wm.H. Milnor, 192 Broadway, corner of John street; T. R De Forest, 42 Greenwich, cor. Moms street ; W. M. Thurman, T Variek, comer of Canal street; J. St J. Codding ton, cor. Spring 1 and Hudson street-. ; A. McLeod, 309 Hudson street ; L. A. e, Rosenmiller, 311 Bleecker, cor Christopher street ; J. W. Bat J sett, 644 Broadway, and of P. BOWNE St CO. Wholesale Druggists, 83 John street, and . jylO Ira* t Agents for Osgood's India Cnolagogue. tl MF.nmiMKS s ? t THE NEW YORK J? COLLEGE OF MEDICINE ? AND PHARMACY. ESTABLISHED FOR THE SUPPRESSION OF QUACKERY, , TJ AS met with the most unprecedented success since iti com * l-l meneemetit, particularly from the unfortunate victims of unprincipled pretender., who are new daily gaining strength ntyj vigor under the judiciou. treatment of the College. The following preparation, have already obtained a celebrity unparalelled in the initial, of medicine. THE UNRIVALLTED TONIC MIXTURE. A certain enrr for all form, of|ieia, low spiri s, loss of G apimtite, lassitude, cutaneous eruptions, general debility, predi.|io.ition to consumption, and all complsmts arising from a n disarrange msat of the pervious .y.trin. It may he also used with great success in cases of fever and ague, and as a pre- i! venlative ta vellow fever. Sold in bottles'at $1 and $2 each. tf THE PARISIAN ALTERATIVE MIXTURE. ci For the cure of all cases o( a delicate disease, or for trains in in the bones, eruptions, sore throat, or any other distressing syin|>- h. toms, produced by an iujudtcious use of mercury, or by pt uuackery. Sold in bottles at $1 and St eaeh. tf THE ANOPYNE LINIMENT. For the care of rheumatic pains, colic, bruises, sprains, spi- nal)diseaae, nervous headache, pains in the joints, and immediate and permanent relief guaranteed. Sold in bottles, 75 cts 'af|THE FRENCH ANTIPHLOGISTIC MIXTURE. Guaranteed to 'ure gonorrhira, gleet, and all inucopurnlenl discbarges from th? urethra. Sold in bottles at Ml cents and SI each. THE AMERICAN ANTIBIL0U8 CATHARTIC PILL. For the cure of all derangements of the liver, purifying the lood, exciting t he whole alimentary canal to kealthy action, 2 (^giving new vigor to the vital powers. This medicine is ntirely super ceding the drastic purgatives of the nostrum TH? FKMALSj RESTORATIVE PILL. JJ For the rure of those complaints peculiar to the female ses, and to restore and preserve the regular action of the female organs, with lull directions and cautions as to use, and sold in cl botes at $1, 50 cents, and 25cents each. SIR A8TLKY COOPER'S PILL. For the cure of cutaneous eruptions, gout, chtonic theuina- sj tism, and to improve the tone of the digestive organs. -i THE PAPILLARY HEALING POWDER. P Fortherureof sore nipples, and superficial "tcoriations of ( the skin. Sold in closely itnpt phials at50 cents each. The above preparations may also be had of the following sub-agents iu tnis city:? J. W. Basset, 644 Broadway. ? Dr. E. M. Guioii, 127 Bowery. K Dr. King, 287 Hudson street. 21 Elias L. Dieall, 5I8 Grand street. % Dr. Newman, 172 Cherry street. _ Wm. Armstrong, 181 Fulton street, Brooklyn. (; Principal office of the College for New York, at 97 Nassan Cl street. ^ By order, _ air W. 8. R1CHA RDttON, Agent. y SAND'S SARSAPARILLA. t Pf offering to the public a new preparation of Ssrsaparilla, it 01 is with much pleasure the subscriber* are able to state tha t 1 after devoting years to laborious chemical ex|>eriments, thev <1 have succeeded in extracting the essential itrinrinle* 011 which h< ihr active virtues of Sarsaparilla depend; by the construction ?' Of v new, MHW, anil ingenious aptwratui, invented express- p ly for this puijioar?the successful o|>enition of which in el- c rractinic the virtuev of the Ttut Sar?a|*rilla, renders it one of tl the greatest discoveries of the attr; anil after again combining n this extract with other article* selected from the Materia Mrili ni ca, it i* farmed into a Coraiiouud that ha* been proved by orvcti- w v.. I .tntrience to posies* trie important power of immediately the progress of disease slid restoring the patient to perfect health. _ All diseases arising from an impure state of the blood, or p habit of the system, such as Scrofula, nhstinate f'ntaneou* Kmptinns, Pimples, Chronic Sote Eyes, Rheumatism, Ring- Jj worin, enlargement and pain of the Bones and Joints, s. ubhorn ~ UIcbm. 8ypuitic symptoms, and all diseases arising from an U, iiunvious use of mercury, are speedily cured by it* nse. 1 The |anient, therefore, who nses this nre|wration, has all . combined that can be useftil for the removal of his complaint. fc The alllictrd are invited to try it at once, and appropriate to -J themselves the benefits this invaluable medicine can bestow. g Prr pared and sold by A. B. Sands It Co., 773 Broadway, cor. " Chambersst. Sold also by A. B. lit D. Sands, 79 Fulton st. cor. (fold, and by D. Saudi,77 East Broadway, cor. Market street. Price >1. iy!7 tm?c Naisritcgr.t Shoals, > tc June 2,1817. J C. L. IisoggtOLL, Esq., Boat Builder:? w DasaSiat? ? . ... ...? AS 1 promised you a history of the sail boat 1 bought of you w last April. I feci fully warranted in now stating to you that re she has more than equalled my must sanguine executions.? Since I have owned her, I have sailed againat every thing that haa floated out of this port, and never haa the occosion occurred ~ that I could not look alt for my competitors. I have rode in safety the roughest seas, and in several instances have boats 111 my sight been lost, hulling in an instant into the mights d. ep somi of our h. it and most worthy citi/ens yet i never haa the occasion occurred that I have entertained the least t fear of my own life whilst in the good old twenty-two footer w you built for me. I consider her my life preserver upon the m water, and as for s|>ecd, I can only say thai during my tune (here a| haa nothing ap|>eared at Nantucket Shoals thst could put iier W pT her test, although it is not unusual for me to encounter 300 sails ? (huilt in every part of the world) at a time. Should ever the occaaion occur that I should wish to purchase another boat of any kind, you are the only man I should thinlt of lo< king to, to Q build me one. And if ever it haptens that I can recommend a t. person to'yon for boats of any kind, I slull do to as cheerfully ni as I would partake of the richest hospitalities ever sat liefore man. And in Conclusion, I can only assure you that the tri- o! umphant success, which I understand you are crowned with, meets my most cordial approbation. I subscribe mi s< If, ?, ? Yours most resiKc.tfully, / ?u7lw<>e _ B. F. BANNING. i THREE DOLLARS?Doctor j" PROVOST would in- I lorvn those who are so unfortunate as to contra*>.any form V of a certain delicate diaaaae, that he haa reduced his price to r< the small sum or three dollars lUvmg recemly purchased a g large assortment of the ven best medicines. He call afford ihe ? tame without < St,, charge. Thus,, von p. .reive that no extortion will be made It would be useless to exissti. I, ate upon the many wonderful cures performed within the last 1 few years, they are well known. The object for reducing the e once, is to bring It WKhin the means of every vonng man to t. free lumaell from this dreadful malady, as well a, moderate n personal gam. Office No. 91 Broad inert, eoiner of Stone Private entrance in Stone street. J. PHOVOST M D jyJQJw'c , w ro :w YORK. FRIDAY MO WATERING PLACES. AO. OATSKILh M< 'I NTALN HOUSE, AT TRK PINK OKCHARD.?IMS. 'HIS romantic and fashionable resort will b? conducted durnig the present season under the direclion uud siiperiutrnBee of the subsciibrr. It hu undergone u complete and >rourh repair, and 11 now ?|>eii lor the reception of visitors. } effort will be spared to maintain the deservedly high characr which it has heretofore acquired. As heretofore, its tables will be funiithed with every delicacy U the New York muket can afford; and every posaitde utition that cau promote the coureniencr and enjoyment of itj irons will be promptly bestowed. The road leading to this tablishment arid especially that part of n ou the niouiilaiu, has ru rendered jierlectly siiiimiiIi and naliMessrs. A. h. Beach V Co.'s escelleut line of stages will run heretofore regularly between the landing and the Mountaiu juso, on the arrival of the boats. C. L. BKACH, Proprietor Ian* 13th. IMi. jeM 3mr iA 111 ilOl'sV,, LONG I SI. A N D?This long and well novi botvMg mAmi miai HiaNMMitt kiviig remiy umiioim diaiw iaprofi bmmtb, imttag which s the rction of several elegaut lumnn r hosues uj>ou the margin of v ocwui. is now open fur the reception of rompany during the sson. The great extent of private beach on this shore?the rfect secnrity in bathing, even for ladies and children, ('lie thing houses being within a stone's throw of the mansion)? e shady, cool and delightful locust grove adjoining the house 'he pleavuit rides in tin* surrounding country?the excellent hing grounds and other sources of healthful recreation and mi .eroMit? th beautiful view of the Atliniic ocean and the vyer bay, almost constantly enlivened numerous vessels riving or ouiw.nd bound, render tin* situation in everv re* tct unequalled by any m the vicinity. Its accommodation* c hii'ir, the mom airy mm) the tinpeittufi OTM ?I* tlie Kriiu>t da^'s of summer, .iiiytbiuu but oppressive. The conuiriu'c 1.1 cominunioMtion and distance, (being hut nine miles >m Urooklyiu) tht acc< it by itupa it honra accommodated business render it peculiarly well adapted as a residence for ntleinen ot'busiL in New York. iett >m*r WILLIAM BItOWN, Proprietor. FURNITURE. GEORGE W. DAWSON, VhohaaU ami Retail Furniture and General Furnishing IVarehouae, No. (>7 Chatham afreet, corner of Dunne afreet, Neio York. [THERE In- Uee|>? fur sale a largo a.sortinvnl of the follow* in,' article?, via.: Sideboards, Bureau?, Bedsteads, Cojs, nbles.Chairs, Offict and Poitablo Del.*, Cil.i?i i'urji. Book ise?, Looking HI iw-1, Uitnii-, Centre, 'I e.t .mil Pier Table?, aim?. Sofas, Soft Bedsteads, Boris, Bedding, Palea'ters, Mat sse?, Cann-ts, Oil Cloth. Matting and hire Iron?, Wash amis, Toilet Tabic?, Candle, Bureau Bedsteads ressing Bureaus, Sale?, ire. Also, a htritt assortment of men aud women's Wearing Apirel, new aud second handed All the above articles are offered to the public at very w price?. Persons in wail of said articles would find it to eir advantage to make au early call at the above estaDlishrut. Shipping orders punctually attended to and parked cn the ortest notice, and on reasonable terms. Mattresses, Bedding, s. for litliug out vessels, constantly on hand. All order? to the above establishment w ill be punctually atndeil to and thankfully received. S. B.?The highest prices will he given for Second Hand tiruiliire, aud tirutlemcu'. and Ladies'cast oil' Clothing. a22 6in?r GOOD SUMMER WINE. B. ST'H'V KNKL. llQPOV^r of French WijM0 ??f the most approved brands, Bordeaux Claret and other fines. He has removed from bis old stand, CI Nassau street, No. 21 Ann street, (near Nassau) basement. A Iwnvi nn hand rt.s* h#?-r ...?l m-t .? w;...?. u. in, Montferraut, St. Eiteve, Lalitte, Medoc, Sic. in barrel*, ilf caaka and curs. Alan, Champagne, various brand*; Buruidy, Hermitage, kc.; superior Cognac Brandy; best quality in.rnrt Wine, Portugal .\nd Siiauiali Wines. J. B. S. will also sell by the doeen bottled Wine for private miliea, which will be aent to any |>art of the city, alao by the dlon or otlnbwiac, to thoae who may favor hirn with their paonage. No Wines are impure sold by him, as he imports them rect. J. B. S has opened a boarding house at Hobokcii, oppote Vanslia.l C ardrn, on the main road, wheie ia kept an aairtinent of'.h I eat Wines. Private parties supplied with good nnera andrafrt si ments. jvlJ lrn?c 3HEAP UPHOL8TKY?W. REED. 3t? Broadway, betweru White and Walker street.?Carpets of every dcAption made and altered to fit the most intricate rooms?Curias made andaltered to the latest style. Matrasses, sofas, and isy chairs, made to order to match any description of I'uruire. The Subscriber not having expenses of a store to pay. is tabled to make any of the above articles at such prices to suit ic times. Persons purchasing Carpets and (Ml Cloths can hare a word radvice, by calling as above. Paper Hanging. Carpets cleau1. Urease spots extracted, Ike. jv6 1m*e.e HATS. HATS! HATS! HATS !! )ROWN Ik CO'S One Price Hat Store, wholssale and re| ' tail, 179 Chatham Square, corner of Nlott street, where shion, beauty, durability and economy are combined to adern le head. The proprietors hare the pleasure now to offer m addition I their recently improved short napped Hit, a new sty le, the nitation of beaverr, which so closely resernnles that of all furs te most costly and beautiful, that the difference is not easily rpceived. Price three dollars. We strictly atlliere to the one rice cash system, which enables us to furnish a very su|>*rior lat for the price charged. In presenting these Hats to the ublic the proprietor* think they have reached the ultimatum I* beauty, durability, cheapnesa and comfort. ml 3m* TAILORING. REMOVAL. 'HILLIPS* CASH TAILORING ESTABLISH ML^VT iUUil JL 9 Is removed from H5 Broadway to No. 7 Aitor Hons*. ECONOMY IN GENTLEMEN'S DRESS. larmmts of a moat ilegant and Katfhiauable kind rt a saving of CO per cent for cash. HHE advertiser dr tns it unnecessary to resoit tj the hackf neyrd system of giving a list of nominal prices, presuming >at the lenittli of time he has been established, together with le estrnaive patronage bestowed on mm, will prole a sum lent voucher for his capabilities. Possessing the advantage of ring connected with an etteusivr cloth establishment in Europe e confidently assets thai he call furnish clothes which, on comu-jaou, will De found lower than my other house waking up le best descriptions ofcentlemen's tlress. my 13m f. PHILLIPS, 7 Astor House. Broadway LOOK OUT~ He who steals my purse steals trash. But he who lilsties from me of iny good nam* Robs me of that whjch not enriches him, But makes mejsior indeed.?[Shakspeare. MARSHALL, K THIS ONLY TROY SHIRT DEPOT, No. 90 Chatham * street, makes the above (puliation, because others endeavor > filch from lum his good name, fame, and reputation Wc ave more than once mule public the many imposit.ons jiraeaed on dealers, strangers and others, ill pursuit of our highly puted Troy Shirts, Bosoms, and Collars. But now that imositions are on the increase, therefore, tve skill keep these icls before the public, which will etlstse imposters, and may ut off their wicked designs. Make no mistakes therefore. Marshall's only Troy Shirt Depot" is painted on our awning nil window, Br particular, however, to see the name " Marlall's" on onr window and abont our store. No. 90, our only 'roy Shirt Depot, is sltnalrd abont 16 doors from the corner of earl and Chatham streets, and on the right hand side in hathain street, in passing to the City Hall. Seethe name 7~ MARSHALL s -O: and yon are correct. CATALttOUE OK PRICES. Strong made Cotton Shirts, with linen bosoms, collars and 'riat bands, warranted, at |ier dozen, $7?7 50?8?8 SO?9?10? I JO?11?12?12 SO?IS?16?16 50?17?18?20-21?22 SO?21?25 i 50?27?28. All Linen Shirts, tier dog. $20?20 50?25?27 50? I?32 50?36?38. Plain Cotton Shirts, per dot. $5 50?6?7?7 50 -8?9. Colored Shirts, pai lot. $3?5 50?6?7?8?9?10- 11. ollarsjnst received?In addition to onr former large stock of allars of every description, 1000 dozen, all Linen collars, at I cents per dozen, 62c?75c?87c?$1?1 25?1 50?1 75?2?2 25 -2 50?2 75?3?3 25?3 50 and 4 00, including our hew style, larthall's Byron Collars, which have been so highly approver! r. These goods, with onr plain anil ruffle bosoms, can he >nnd at many of the principle ready ma<[e linen stores (hronghut the city^amflat the manufacturers, ^/"Marshall's IC^" only 'roy Shirt Depot, No. 90 Chatham street. New York. We sulion dtalers and of hers against the many mistakes that have M8HH0fllt*, ilcOMNHM of seeing ticketed pnera in lme of the windows. 'Recollect, no marked or ticketed rices are to be seen in on-window. But remember this the ut of ourstore, with the prices attached, will be circulated for he benefit ol all. These circulars only maybe seen in onr rmdow . and, furthermore, wr advise again, are the name and umber, Maishall's, No. 9#." No patronage asked of those 'ho beat down. jylS lm*c TO THE LADIES^ i"ASH!ONABLK MILLINERY GQODS.-The proprietress, Miss 8 El NO, daughter of th^celehrated t'arl King, ITi i* for aale a moat select and choice assortment of Millinery looda.for the spring trade, never as yet presented to the pahc, both aa regard* the quality and cheaimea* of the articlea 'he aaaortment cotmata of the following :? The celebrated SILK HAT, CALLED CAPOTTE DXIREANS, aa worn by La Dnchesse IPOrlriM. of France , HED SILK, ENTIRELY NEW AND ORIGINAL TYLE?And Lawn Hata do do?An entire new atyle o [ata called " MODIME CAPOTTE8, ELSSLER COTTAGE.'* Pariaianand Engliah FANCY STRAWS, of the finest texire, in great variety. The Proprietress respectfully aolicita the ladiea to favor her ilh a call, and examine her elegant and varied atock of Mil(lerv for themselves, before tin y purchaae elaewhere, aa it ill he a great saving to them in price and a great advantage as garda the variety and quality of thr goods. MISS 3. KING, Magazine dr Modes, jy2I lm"r 293% Broadway. T?portant TO TH~E~ PUBLIC. . i LL who wiih to teonomix** can obtain Clothing of the best k quality remarkably chrap, at 203 Canal !reel, one ilooi e?t of HufliaW. Alio, a large assortment of Clotns, Cnaai*rw?, Vesting*. and Summer Good*, from which (clothing of I kinds are mane to order in the best manner at very reduced ices, 203 Canal *tr-et. je!9 3m*r SHIRTS. [HTRTS made to order, after the moat approved French ' fashion*. Gentlemen'* Garments of all descriptions made to iler at the shortest notice. Gentlemen's Famishing Store tTt and W Maiden lane, comer r William street. a! im*r WILLIAM f'OT.MNS r CARD TO THE LADIES. JAHIS DRESS-MAKING ESTABLISHMENT-No. 77*4 East Broadway, one door from Market street.?M RS. V. H. JEFFER9, late Mi** S. Purser of 293 Bro- Iway, pirtfully informs her former customers and the Ladies rnerally, that she has re-corninenced the Dress-making tunics* at rne above-named establishment, where she will devote er attention lo their ?rrvice, and confidently assure* those oiit s who may favor ,her with theirpatronage, that Dresses, :loaks, Habits, Stc., entrusted to her skill, shall be deliver il so perfect in style, lit, and finish of workmanship, a* not i be excelled at an/ of the (most approved establishments Imadway.aml for much more moderate prices. MRS. W. H. JKFFERH, East Bros,. N. B.?Masters, Misses and Childreus' dresses made to order t thsi shortest notice, a) lm*e RK I RNING, AUGUST 12, 184 MISCELLANEOUS. CORNS, CORNS. CORNS. ti Murray afreet. MONS. AND MADAME BERHARD, Corn Doctort. from Parii, 13KO LEAVE to inform the inhabitant* of New York, that -L> ihi y will be hipiiv to wait u|<on all who may desire their Irrricn. Mom. and Mail. Berhard have been practicing ia the United Statrs but a few mouths,and in that short time have received testimonials from some of the most eminent gantlcmell and others, as to the benefit and comfort which they have received since they have been attended by them. They have the honor to inform the public that by a new and peculiar method iney extricate Hard and Soft Corns, Bunions, Callosities, fcc. without cutliiiK. Moos and Made. B, do not attempt to offer a nostrum rniuiriug sec rear or lailh to ensure its efficacy ; but confidently assure those w ho may suffer from troublesome and painful Corns, that they inav have the satisfaction of carrying away their tormentor, the Corn, in their hands. Mous. and Made. B. have in their |siasessioti upwards of two thousand certificates from those who have eipeneiice^relief at their hands. Mom. and Made. B. have practiced their profession for several years in Germany, France and England, and have acquired great skill and much practical experience?a fact attested by numerous certificates from the most celebrated EnSlisli, French and German physicians, as well as from several ol le nobility and gantry nl those countries, delivered to them after lour years cure. Tit* operation will not occupy more than ten iniuiites, anil the relief isso instantaneous that the ner tons tliut Ueilni ran immediately put ou their short and walk without thr least inconvenience. Lathes and gentlemen will be waited ou at their own residence, If theydetire it. At home in the morning from 8 till II, and in the afternoon from 2 tlll6o'clock. Office at Boston, 151 Court at- _ jy8 3m* r "GUNS AND PISTOLS. Oqh EXCLUSIVELY.-<30 B JOSEPH- 14 Maideu lane, up stairs, importing agent for tin* lab* of English. Herman ami French double and single birrtl rowlinc ?i?<I Dm king Qvnt, fVora tin- lowttt t?? dw jm # ;>r iiu.ilitit-s ; Pistols of l u ry description, lor this l&dothct ?wnbncim one hudnd aiffmot iind?t nil ??i which lie is now prepared to offei at the manufacturer's prices, being .imKtinted agent for the largest houses in that line in Europe, which enables linn to sell at extremely low prices. A large assorted stock of the above always on hand. City and country merchants are particularly requested to call, previous to making their purchases. jy27 l?n?r HAVANA AND PRINCIPE SEGARS. MKADKK, 46Chatham street, olfrm for talu . 180,000 La Norma Segart. JO.OOO Noral Principe. 25,000 Woodvillr. 25,000 Rionda. Entitled to debenture. Betides a full stock of the choicest brands of Havana and Principe Began. jy20 tm eod*c PERS8K & BROOKS, V|A 6) LIBERTY BTH.RET, between Broadway and la V/. Nassau strict,offer for for sale tot Blocks lush black marble, 100 Casks refined basket salt. 300 ("asks Boyd's bleaching powder. 30 Tons superfine soda asnes. 2 C??esjiatslit leather. Ml Bales Clu sit die Id factory brown sheetings. 7000 German patent fire brick. 20 < asks 3 and t F E blue smalts. 2 Bales cotton carpeting tlirei and four yards wide. 5 Bales Machine blankets All of which will be sold at lowest market prices, jy 17c PARS ELLS & AGATE TV/TANUKACTITRKRS OK STOCKS I in.n '*1 Drapers, Ike. Iwve just received a very light and beautiful lock, expressly for summer wear. Al-o, a rich nnd varied aa sortinent of Summer Scarfs, Cravats, Silk, Linen Thrnad, and Kid Gloves, with a large kssortment of Sus|>eiiders,ready made Linen and .Muslin Shirts, Linen Collars, Ureas Fronts, gentlemen's trader garments, Sic., at the old establishment,211 Broadway, between Park place and Murray st. ]v 12 Im-e FRENCH, ENGLISH ANJU CLASSICAL ACADEMY. No. 7 Division-street. IN consequence of the entreaty of a number of patrons whose children frequent this school, the undersigned will continue his instructions during tile coming vacations, and by thate ineaus Often an avenue to those who prefer school to vacation. The intent of this institute is a rapid and thorough knowledge of the French and English languages, Mathematics, Natural Philosophy, be. The student of the Latin and Urerlt will, in a short time, be prepared to enter f milage. 1 lie Flench being the predominant branch, witl of course be spoken in the classes. The session commences on the 1st of August, yet pupils may obtain admission any time i*reuts can make it couvenieat to send them. The terms are moderate, as will be seen in the circulars. P. LUX, Princi|ial. N. B.?The Evening School is open for youug men only. jy29Sw*r STRAW GOODS. T BENNETT, 39 John and 111^ William itrests, im porter and manufacturer of Italian and English Straw goods, respectfully informs his customcs and the public in general, that he has on hand a splendid aud extensive assortment of ladies fashionable straw goods, which he offers for sale at very much reduced prices, vir..: French iiul English Duuslahles, Italian Rutland*, Fancy Bchell and Imperial (a very fashionable and beautiful article) tine Tuscans, Albert Straws, be. be. Also, go entirely arw article, tlie White Siberian Hair Bonnet, winch Tor Die summer wear surpasses all the style* m yet introduced, being extremely light, durable, white ?n?l beautiful, and wilt rlranas wt II a* a tu?can. aj lm*c 6. L. INGEltSOLL'S BOAT ESTABLISHMENT. DOATS. Dinkey sail boats and flare boats, pleasure boats, kc. -L) &c. '1 he immeme Boat Building Establishment of C. L. Ingersoll, 40G Water st. ( .tlharmu Market, is one of the most extensive in the United States. Here were built the most beautiful pleasure biraei anil club boats that have Boated ou the rivers and lakes of America. Also the barge for the Autocrat of all the Russia* sweral race'boat for Asiatic Monarch*; the fancy DO it called die John. Smith of Arkansas, and tkt fast sailing bOOl I * > r Mr. G. I. PMBtMl. He MCtBtly umi, IflN a life boat on a new plan, which lias been pronounced by soine of cur BOtt experienced nautical men superior t<? any ever Im fore taut. this establishment any Itind of boot will be furnished with reversed bottom, from a mould, in any way to Mill the taste of tin I 'm h i*. I , ..f whatever form they M br The materials are all of the best quality, pine boards be in* no part thereof. A large assortment of boats of nil kinds iurluding life boats, gigs, long, quarter, pleasure, Whitehall, and race boits, may be always found at the manufactory, At prices much below what purchasers have heretofore paid, and a liberal d?s count oil the tiaunl rates will he made to those who wish to sell strain. Please call before punlia.niK tlscwherc; you can then jiiilie of my work?References. Jas. W. Hale. Sol Agent, i$ Wall ft. Kor adverriscincnt of boats, Str., see Com er It Kinjuirer and New York Commercial Advertiser. jy22lm?r NOTICE TO EXPORTKPS~OF COTTON. rPHE CONSUL GENERAL of France hereby notifies the ? Shipper-. ??f <'<?tfon I.) France, in order to uhu.itt- ill iiinltiei with r ?? French ( ustom nouses, and tm compliance w ith instructions he I1.1* received, a certificate will he required at hi* office, from the Collector of this port, when vessels are cleared for France, stating the place of growth of Cotton laden on hoard said vessels. an'J ' wr ECONOMY, ELEGANCE, AND GOOD LIVING. rpiIE undersigned has, it jyrre^t cipensc, fitted op one of the A largest and rfiost spTemnd Coffee and Rating Houses in New York, in which one hundred persons at least can sit down to no excellent and substantial breakfast, dinner,and tea, [from the choicest supplies of the markets, with a bill of fare not ex celled cither as regards quality or number of dishes] by any hotel in the United States, and varying in prices from six cents to one shilling and eighteen jwnce |>er dish. The purest Java tad Mocka coffee and the rery best teas, and served at only three Dents per cup. And all other refreshments in proportion. The waiters are uniformly civil and polite, and every visitor may be assured of feeling in this establishment quite at home." In fact, every department of the business is under the superintendence of eomi?efent o verse* i whose sole care and attention iredirected to the comfort and conveniences of customem and guest*. HENRY GOSLING, Proprietor of the French and American Rating House, Not 64 and 66 Nassau st, between Jahn st ami Maiden Lane. P. 8.?i Ipcn Svnday s !<>r breikfast, dinner and tea. je30 Smr I OHN OABfllEL VERREN or WERREN, a Native of J SwiUerland.?Any one who ha* ever known or heard of this individual, or of a person of a similar name, will please communicate the fact to me, as tins information is of import* ance to some of his family. His real name was John Gabriel Verren ; but in a foreign land it may, like many other names, hare been changed, or become corrupted in its tnelling. He came to the United States in the year 1785, and he is supposed to have resided in the State of Pennsylvania, and to have died thero ; hut as no trace of him as yet has b*en discovered, the information received by me upoa the subject is probably incorrect, and I now take this means of making a general inquiry throughout the Union. al god lm*r P. F. 8TAIQER, Hiiladelphia JPa._ rro GbN UE \LEK8?Guns, Pistols, * articles :? 160 Single Barrel Fowling Pieces IOO Double Guns, imitation twisted 300 do do real twisted and patvut Breech, Pairs of Pistols?assorted?lOOdifferent varieties. Ifflcs and Rifle Barrels?Locks ?nd trimmings (hmr Bags?Powder Flasks and Percussien Caps Sporting articles generally. The above articles will be sold at unheard of low prices. by A. W. SPIES k CO. jy 16 lm* c 219 Pesrl atreet. GEORGE COLYEK. ud THOMAS DLOARD.meCM win to Lewia B. Griffin k Co., would reaprclfnlly inform [Mr ffltgdi vid the piMCidM they utpnpnv^ to fnmiah limber of every description, *t ss short notice, and on aa reasonable term* aa any establishment in the city, at their New Steam flaw Mill, foot of Konrteenlh atreet. North Hirer. jyll Itn'r /"UORI'OKATIO.V NOTICE?Public Notice ta hereby giV-* vrn, that aaale ol | roiierty for unpaid laiea will take place at Public Auction, at^ae City Hall of the City of New York, on Wedneaday, th?28t'i cay of September licit, at 12 o'clock, noon, and be continued'r i in day to day until the wh^le of said property aliall lie sold, an 1 that the detailed atateine'nt of the faxea, anil property to We < > I published in the New Era, newapiperprinleuandpiiSW al.edin the citvof New York. ALK I ED A. SMITH, Comptroller. Comptroller's Office. Mav'I IR-12. ie25 Iawtflept29 c tpo NEW YORK INVALID8.-Dr. JOHN THOMSON, J- of Albany, ion of the Founder of the Thomaouian Syatem of Practice will, by particular request be at No. 343 Broome it. for a few daya, where he may be comnltad by auch paticnta aa are afflicted with chronic diaeaae, from which they can find no relit f from other aourcea, eapecially dvapeptica, fonr-fiftha of which he thinka may lie cured under fifty yeara of age. *u7 lm*r WATCHKH AND JEWELRY VEHV LOW.-The sub "" acriber ia aelling all descriptions of gold and silver Watchea, gold and ailrer pencila, gold chains, keys, kc., at retail, lower than at any other place hi the city. Gold Watches aa low aa 25 to 3d doflara each. Watchea and '-welry eachanged or bought. All Watchea are warranted to keep good time, or the money returned. Watchea and Clocka repaired in lh? beat memo r, and warranted, at much leaa than the issnvl prices, by one of the ft neat workmen in threity. (J. C. ALLEN, Imiairter 'f Watcheaand Jewelry, wholraa'e aatl reta I, 3D Wall atreet, up stairs. iy2l lm?r COAL?Itlti tona Lirr.rpool t timet I'oal, lor aale in lota to auit pnrchaacrt, now landing from ship fliddona. Apply to air EDW'b K COLLINH. fc Co '* Sooth atre, t, \A7RITINO PAPERS iiou reama ruled and plain Letter * * P j>er; 750 do do do foolscap BnO i-ami line and superfine p lat Cap 500 do Kngliah Copying Pa|>er 106 do fine auiierfine medium blue and w lite 200 tlo do da demy do d > Alao, a Urge uaortment of Envelope Paper, for sale at very lowpricesby PEKS8E k BROOKS. jy? 61 Liberty street. IERA 12. Tor*it to. [Correipondeuce of ihe Hrrwld) Toronto, August 5. IAI'2 Polit %c??Pa :liumtnt ? Chancery?Netrtpaptrt? Cirri**? Theatricals?/Aidiet, tyc. James Gordon Bennett, E?i.? Sir? I have presumed to address a few Unas to you concerning the state of things in general in Toronto at present, which you may insert in your paper with your other correspondence. I have heard that you intend visiting it yourself, on your tour en route tnrougu i annua. Politics arc low at present. Parliament is to tneet on the 8th of September next, and it is also rumored that the Court of Chancery is to be removed from Kingston here ; but Madame Rumor is but a fickle 'un. However, the Chancery Solicitors at Kinston, have signed a " round robin" to desire Sir Charles to lei it remain where it is. llenry Sherwood, Esq., the Mayor, lias refused to go to England to solicit loans for tne Corporation,preferring to |>erform the duties of that office to jumping Jim Crow in Downing st. The Honorable Francis Hincks has given up the editorship of the Examiner,and it has been resumed by Ontario Stevens, Esq., and as he has not been long in the editorial chair, (not a desirable one) we cannot judge of his talents yet. We have had nothing much to amuse us since Nichol's Amphitheatre was here, and I "guess" he pocketed a good deal of "hard cash," (much wanted at present,) as there were about two thousand in attenilance every night while it was here. Hut I see that Marchael, "the wizard of the north," and the rest of the wizard family, are advertised to hold a concert of magical I |>erformances at the City Hall, by permission of his worship the Mayor! The drama is in a low, very low state here. A Mr. Jameson opened some weeks ago a small theatre at the City Hotel. There is no regular theatre in Toronto, which speaks a great deal for its morals. There are a few "belles" in this as well as in other cities, some of whom I should mention (as 1 sec your other correspondents do,) but it is not good to particularise. As this is the time of travelling some "whither," I would recommend visiters to Canada, especiajly invalids, to go to the celebrated "Caledo ma i->|>r!iiK". wiiu-ii art- now neginning to rival r?a- I ratoga itself. Parker has got a nice, new, circular pleasure railroad in operation, and a variety of other | amusements, and I know he will give visiters a good r?cention. Some of the loating community, 1 mean I gamblers, or commonly styled black legs, have even reached thus far. There is two establishments of the kind here, one called "The Light House," and mother the "Hoyal Pafilion," (royal sounds well ) which are daily and nightly frequented.? But 1 am prolonging a correspondence, which I intended should have been but brief. At soma other period I may be induced to use my pen again, but at present, adieu. " A Torontowf-gian." Carlisle Spring*. [Corre?|>ondence of lhe Herald.] Carlisle Springs, Aug. 4,1842. Carlisle Springs?Their Situation atul Advantages ? 7he Ijidies?The Barracks?Officers?Morning Hides. Mr. Bknnkit :? I>kar Sir:? Feeling an inclination to ruralize, and. hearing that, notwithstanding the hard times, there was a select and very agreeable company at these Springs, so well known in this State, though perhaje never heard of by you before, I formed a small party, and dropped in; with the persons here I had previously been acquainted, having met. The Springs are located 4fc miles east ot Carlisle 18 miles from llarrisburg, and about 3 from the gap in the Blue Mountains,known as Sterret's Gap. The waters nre highly impregnated with sulphur; the hotel is a very fine one and well kept, diurnally, i. e. no loss of appetite till after meals; parlors r>leasant?nocturnal accommodations not so good for man, better for beast?ordered a good bed for my horse?w?o pit-need to find he received it ; wish I had thought of myrelf, my bed being too short t? lie straight in, and too narrow lor crooks. The hath buildings, both shovyer and plunge, are in good order ; walks interesting?companions, however, add enchantment to the view?roads somewb* hilly, though smooth- Orders of the day?a morning ride to the Gap or Barracks?" quart the sulphuretted," the " rosy" being unfashionable these Washingtonian times?discuss the various viands spread forth, frequently with vivacity and taste?" court the balmy," filling the intervening spaces with whist, ten-pins, scupping, dancing, with real as well as imaginary partners; by the way, not forgetting a sweet little seat between two trees, which is staled a Lover's Seat, being just large enough for two, on? silting on the other's lap. With one exception, the company at the Springs was very pleasant, as all appeared willing to please and lie pleased. This exception was a young man from Carlisle, who, after quaffing the rosy" too frequently, intruded himself into the presence of the ladies, and on one occasion had to be transported bodily to his dormitory. Failing in inflaming the ladies' bosoms with the tender passion, he addressed the hired girl of one of the ladies, who rejected his oflers of heart and hand His education has not been neglected, and unfortunately his connexions are very respectable, or more glaring exposures would appear. Cur morning rule to tha Barracks was delightfulweather fine, companions ot our own choice, and all that could he desired.tlt was regular review day; the drill and appearance very imposing?met a very tine lady, sister-in-law to the commanding officer, who, together with the officer, were very pleasant and convereative?giving the ladies of our company all the information desired in relation to the whv s and wherefore's?were informed some of the officers thought of visiting the Springs ; the masculine department kind o' wished they would come, and kind o' not, fearing the magical effect of plume, sash, buttons, Arc , which arc said to be irresistible On our return, stopped awhile in Carlisle ; walked around the city to see the lions ; the College was closed ; no life or bustle visible ; about the tavern where once all was noise and tumult, silence reigned ; the name of the revered " I'atria I'ater" had reached here in connexion with temperance, and its magical influence swayed as it always has done and should do, its great and glorious principles. Another mornings ride was remarkably pleasant, though a dispeptic might consider the road somewhat rough. It was. to the "Mountain House" at "Aerret's < lap." Leaving our vehicles we clambered u|> the mountain's side to the observatory, occasion any stopping i<> gamer wnortie-oerrieB, which, line angels visits, were very few and far between. The path up is very rocky and required some attention as regarded the placing of the shoes. From the observatory there is a commanding and imposing view on a clear day; at the time of our visit the atmosphere was hazy, consequently the view was limited ?Carlisle, though but seven miles distant,was merely discernable. At the tavern, there are various amusements?ten-pins, scup, flying-horses, (all but the horses, ring and hook. <&c., &c ) On returning to the Springs we partook mutually of a hearty repast with keen appetites, which the ride was well calculated to excite or at least increase. 1 am just notified to take leave of you as we are about to do the same with our company, to return once more to our various avocations. Snooks. Anhnro. (C'orrnpondence of the Herald.] At*burn, duly 29,19f2. Antmrn?ft* Advantage*?The State Prtton?Its Inftmnrt?Tht 1jnditt?Mtuic. Dear Bennett: ? If you have ever made it a subject of serious reflection, you have not failed to arrive at the conclusion that this same village of Auburn is one of the most lovely places lately struck off. It is beautiful in the extreme, and I must irrevocably assert that there is not a single feeling, passion or emation that ever tickles man's head, heart, liver or gizzard, which has not its appropriate obiect in the realities of which no doubt this place is composed. Upon catching a distant view of the sturdy State prison walls, we experience the several emotions of grandeur, regret, lamentation, gratitude and praise, and when we think of the inmates we. are apt to return thanks, like the Pharisee, that we are "not as other men." Mow consoling it is to find contentment in the miseries and misfortunes of others; and in fact it has always been debateable with me whether men should be more thankful for what they are, than for what they are not As for myself, my modesty prompts me to take the latter part of the proposition as the basis of my gratitude, sine* choosing the former would make me an ungrateful wretch?ergo-f LD. Price Two Centa, your humble servant is a man of small prrten'ions Hut 1 was about to say that the State prison wields a tremendous influence here?you can easily perceive that a large public institution of this kind must give u decided tone to the place, and its contiguity necessarily imparts these high and 6ou! stretching conceptions of morality ana honesty which have rendered this place so celebrated- It was ascertained by the last censns that there were more horn st men in this place than in any other west of the Hudson river, and besides, the people are all independently rich, and live like Nabobs,and hence gaunt poverty, that universal prompter to everv thing ridiculous and melancholy, never gives rise to gouging, nor shaveing, nor anything similar. As a matter of course a place like this must have ladies, and here permit me to run off into a thousand ejaculations of ecstacy, and say?now this is no joke?that I consider our ladies the most fascinating creatures any hody ever heheld. There is Miss O ?, Miss 1' -, Miss , Miss K , and so forth,all systematically trained to the most bewitching fascination. Among the ladies we can show every variety of beauty. In the first place, we have the Grecian, Roman, Martinique and lJido noses, in perfection?Bulgarian and Titan foreheads, high broad and expansive,or low,narrow and contractive. lUst as you fancy. The beautiful Zangabar and Colorado chins in abundance; Geleonda and (.aimwall mouths, blushing cheeks.rosy lips, and Angel's eyes, in perfect prolusion?beautiful forms, whew V! wc can convince you at a glance that seraphs still walk the earth. We have ladies of the Corinthian, Ionic, composite Doric, and some of the Gothic order. And in tine, the architecture of the Indies and gentlemen in general is such as need not be .ashamed of. And here a word for the gentlemen?although they have been lately termed "natural curiosities" still, upon a thorough perusal,!lity will he found to contain much of the sublime and beautiful. However, imperfect as we are, yve get along with the ladies very well until some of your city gentlemen arrive here, and then of course we stand aside, since in matters of gallantry we have never thought ourselves able to comjiete with theni. If a citizen arrives, our ladies desert us poor fellows immediately, and then solitary and alone we tread the streets with long faces of despondency and implacable anguish, until they choose, by their departure, to permit us to resume our accustomed attentions. HI. 1 I .. 1 1 1 ' wu. >1 , <1 liirm" <tii(i extensive (leaier 111 eroeaery ware and brass in your city, istlie universal favorite of the ladies here, and has smashed hearts enough to fill up an ordinary enumeration table. We have been told that he is the leader of the ton in your city. How is it! 1 wonder if he has yet learned the difference between the noise of a country robin and a bull frog. It seems he had never made such an acquisition when last here. Then, again, if you wish to hear good music, you may make your way up to Auburn, for amateurs and listeners say thnt it istlie most bewitching harmony that lives this side of your city. I believe the number constituting the band is twenty-seven, including instruments, all whole soul and manly fellows. For the last few weeks there has been an extensive call for good music, and as the band always go out on great occasions, they have been obliged to play the " Postillion" during that time. They made the tour of all creation last week; stopped at Rochester on their return, and, as I understand, have lately had a call to go elsewhere. Without boasting, however, we ran say we have the best music in western New York. But 1 tee my letter is getting to be quite extensive, or 1 would discourse you into perfect amazement at the genius of our place. Please, then, believe us for the present a remarkable people, and oblige your obedient servant, Philip Snodguasb. New Brighton, [Corres|H>n<lsnce of the Herald.] New Brighton, August 10,1A12. Pa v ill ion at New Brighton?The Young Jxidiet there?The Bull* ft funic. &T. James Gordon Bennett, Esq.? Dear Sir? "While every watering place has found its room in your columns?while Saratoga, llockaway, and others have seen their doings published in your valuable paper, every one seems to have forgotten the New Brighton Pavillion, of which hitherto nothing or very little has been said, is not the efH>t worth mentioning ? Is there nothing to be said in its favor 1 As far as my opinion is concerned, I think quite the contrary. The hotel is beautiful, the rooms large and airy, the dinners as good and us warm as they can be, when two hundred sit together at the same table. The distance from town is quite agreeable (half an hour's sail), and for the man of business, no other place should be thought of. Of the rides and drives you must have heard already. Staten Island is known for both, and th?t lustly What can be more lovely than the road leading through t. e woods to the Telegraph? When once there, tne air is so pure, the breeze is so fre.-h, that one fancies himself a hundred miles from the great city. , To be sure, the society congregated here is not very gav. but was not summer made to enjoy quietness. There are very few young ladies and of course no flirtations ; but, per contra, we have the prettiest set of young married women that ever mingled together. Some of them look more like, their children's sisters than otherwise. I shall tell no names, nor even initials. I don't approve that mode of violating individual liberty. Twice there have been atteni|>ts for subscription balls, both ol which have proved failures?the company numbering twenty or thirty of the bonrders? 1 think it is wrong in them not to join the majority, and by that means remunerate the proprietor of the house for his efforts for entertaining his guests, chiefly as they all come to the 4th of July's Assembly, when they had been invited by him. Since the laid five or six days we have a band of music, which would render the evenings more agreeable; but what a band Each musician seems to be as indejiendent as possible, playing so very fulse and so much out of tune as to make the dancing quite difficult to perform. Mr. Pieris ought to look to that; but enough of that to-dny. 1 shall write you again. Yours, Ariki.. .MM KOR KA8TPORT. CALAIS, ST. AN& HT. JOH VS.?Steamer HUNTIlKSS, Copt. T. a. Jewett. pAMKciiKPrn will lirive Boston e*ery Friday, at lll,^ A. M. in tli# ('ars of tli#? Eastern Railroad for Portsmouth, from which place they will Ih? conveyed by the well known steamer Huntress to the above places. I Returning, the Hnntreaa will h ave Sr. Johns every Tuesday, at 7 A. M.nnd Kast|?ort at 2 P. M. and arrive in Portsmouth on Wednesday in time for the \ o'clock train for Boston. ("are to Eaatport, $<< Calais and St. Andrews, $t> 50 7 "I (Meala eitra.) This route offers to persona seeking enjoyment. many indneeinent*?a country abounding in tin*' lakes am! the moat choice fishing ; also game of all kinds, with other atrracttona interesting to ?|iorlamcn. a7 2m*r jMMi oa HEALTHY KXt URHION TO THE FISHING BANKS OFF SANDY HOOR ^C^.aCoZ.-The faat and auhalantal ateamer UTICA, Captain J. W. Haricot, will commence making daily rtenraiona to the ahotr place, on Monday, July 29th, and continna to run every Monday, Wedneaday Thnraday and Saturday, and leave aa followa Foot of Hammond atrert at a quarter |MUI 8 o'clock?c inal atreet at half p at ? Pike atreer, E. K., at ??Pier No. I N. H? at hall past 9. A Band o( Muaic ia engaged. Dinner and all kinda of refreahmenta will he fiirniahed on hoard. On the return tha Utica will remain at Fort Hamilton hall an hoar. Fare 25 rente each way. The UTICA will make an Afternoon F.truraion around Staten leland on Sunday, July 24th, and continue evugy Tuesday, Friday, and Sunday, and leave aa followa -.?Foot of Hammond atreet at lj? o'clock?Canal airrrt at 2? I'ikr atreet, E.R. .it half paat 2? Pier No. I, at 2X o'clock, P. M., and arrive in the city at 7 o'clock Fare 25 rente eaeli w ty. jv25 2in r fiGk FOR ALBANY, TROY and Inierme- I Dm Jsmediate plarea.?The splendid low pressure I JL>a>aJLJE_ste.iinboat SWALLOW. Captain A. M'Lean, I will leave the foot of Courtlandt at, Wednesday after- I noon, August 10th at 5 o'clock, and Saturday 13th, at J o'clock. I The above ia a auhslantial Boat, fitted up with elegant I State Hooma, and for accommodation la unrivalled on the fl Hudson. Forpnaaage or freight apply on hoard, or to S. ,M. DREW, at the omre on the wharf a'l DRARSALL'S OAR ESTABLISHMENT, founded in I * 1828, at 402 Water atreet, five door* above Catharine mar ket, the only eatahliahment of the kind in the United Sutra. continues to anpply the Navy, the American, Russian, and Spanish war ateamrra?haa aepplicd all the race boata and elnh B boat* for the laat four yeara?and haa now the largeat aaaortment of oara. twAepa, and tculla ever collected in one place. N. B-The Branch Oar Store on the North Hirer id*, ia ahot np, and removed to 402 Wata r atreet; and aa I save all tne M vpenaea of one alnre, I will aril enough cheaper to those wno H eome from the NofSti River aide to pay them for 'heir trouble. H Race boats, club boata, oara and arnlla aold Vi per cent leta H than laat year m52m*c CROLIUJ1' I BOAT ESTABLISHMENT. I 44KI WATER FTREKT, pottr boom ra*t op catharine makkkt rill.- Snhserihei having in hia rnanufae'orv ind under hia own imm< dial snperintri.dcnge, mme of the oldoal and i t|?.rie nr..It lildera in I h i * eit\ . and I lie heal of ma', riala I'nr building every description of boat*, which enable! hrtn to furnish, at ih> .'.orteat notire, Boats of the most approved mm , i md'workmanship, on the moat liberal Irrms BUILDER of th. Sultan of Mnacal'a Pleasure Barge, the VVave. Garelle, Vieloria, Atlantic Wakrina. hi. Alao. the \mi, of Peekakill, Washington, of Poiighkeepaie. Pncrew., of Hide Park, Sylph and Wave, of Mobile, u"1 . Louisville, Madame Celeate. of New Orleaoa. Ire. Alao? The aail boat* Wn Croliua, Fashion, Zanonl, Star, and Edwin Forrcit, lw.,4.1., fcc. jy Mm ?*! ?

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