Newspaper of The New York Herald, September 8, 1842, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated September 8, 1842 Page 1
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TH Vol. VII1>?Mo. 848 ?Wltol* Mo. MOM. OCULISTS. DOCTOR J. FRANCIS' CELEBRATED EYE WATER. MO. li BAKC". Y STRKJLT, within two door* of the xv As tor Hc? * f Hit preparations are a perfect cure for all inflammatory ? v aw of the eye. weakoeta of sight, mc.% * never fail in rei ring nebulas of the longeat stanuing, without ^"^CERTIFICATE.. I certify that Jacob Valentin., a youth of about fifteen year, of aye, wai brought to my houae laal fall, apparently blind. Ho called cm oe to-day, and.Utea that he haa been the patient of Dr. J. Franc it, wIiom treatment haa been the meant under God, of lettering h? tight. JAMES M1LNOR, Rector of St. Geotge'e Church, Beekman at. Thia ia to certify that two of tny children were alBicted with dtaeaaed ryet for a length of time, one of tliem waa almoat blind with nebulae, coreriac the tight. Every remedy waa retorted lo without any good effect, and deapaired of tliem etrer being recorered. Tltey are now |>erfectly icslorcd to tight by Dr. J. Francia* celebrated preparation. DANIEL 8. JONES, 49S Pearl ttreet. 1 waa almoat blind for twelve veart, and in five weeka, under the akilful treatmeut of Dr. J. Kronen, my tight ia now per fectly good aud.tron^.RTHA BRQWN in r<)By|h (treec 1 certify to the above being a true ttatement. GEORGE BENEDICT, Paato of the Stantou atreet Church. 1 waa nearly blind for twa ity yeart with a cataract in each eye, and from the uae of Dr. Kraneia' wonderful preparation for thai diteaae, my eve* are now perfectly recovered. HESTER JOHNSTON. 41 Eldrtdge nreet. We, the nndertigned, having witneaaed the aatouiahing efficacy el Dr. Francia' prenaratioua lor diteatet of the eye, uuheaitatingly recommend them to the notice of the public, at v&Juabl? remedies. Duncan Duubar, Pastor of McDougal at. Church. S il. Conr, Pastor of the First Baptist Church. John Peck, Agent of the Home Mission Society. Jacob Brounsr, Pastor of the North Bar tiat Church. Joseph Audreside, Rom in Catholic Priest of St. Peter's Chtwch. Numerous certificates ca? be seen at the office. Prepared and told only by Dr. J. Francis, 10 Barclay street. New York. Artificial Eyes inserted, which cannot be distinguished from llie natural, without giving I he slightest twin. Dr. J. Francis respectfully informs his friends and the public, that in cousrquence of the increase of his business, Dr. Ulenny, Member of the Royal College of Burgeons, Loudon, and of the New York Medical Society, has joined him, and every confidence can be placed iu his professional skill as an Oculist. Office hours from 9 A. M.. until 6 P. M. jylO 3in*e DISEASES OF THE EYE. R. K. DIOSSY, OPHTHALMIC SURGEON, No. 207 BROADWAY. Entrance in Fulton Street, opposite St. Paul's Church. ATTENDS TO DISEASES OF THE KY#. AND ALL THE NECESSARY OPERATIONS THEREON. OFFICE HOURS FROM 9 TO 6 O'CLOCK. Having conflicted his studies of5 years with uR. ELLIOTT, Oculist, and been subsequently engaged as his assistant, R. K. Dio.sy is enabled to undertake the treatment of all diseases affecting the organs of vision. Terms moderate and graduated to the nature and extent of the disease. Permission is given to refer to his late instructor, and also to some of the most eminent Professors of the Medical Faculty in New York. N B- The poor treated gratuitoualy ant lm*r DISEASES OF THE~ EYE AND EAR162 BROADWAY, Corner John street, up stairs. JrHi.NKS, M. D. reapectfully announces to the public' ? (hat tor the better accommodation of his patients from abioad, 4j well as those of the city, he has removed his office as above staled, where he will attend from 9 to 2 o'clock, daily, to the treatment and cure of all diseases incident to the human y? and ear and the diseases of Women and Children. From <a i-i.?i. .-.il (v..>h. of miscellaneous cues of disrase in eveiy department of medicine, including those of s private and delicate character. Doctor Shanks, in order to acquire the confidence of strangers, and to guarantee the public against the remotest feeling of imposition and quackery, begs leave to state that he is a practitioner of medicine of 14 yean'duration, a graduate of the University of the city of New York : and that his inaugural dissertation for the degree of Doctor of Medicine from this University, entitled " The Human Eye, Anatomically, Phieiologically, and Pathalogically considered," elicited the highest approbatory encomiums from Professor Mott before the assembled council and professors of this learned University, duriagthe public examination and defence of the same. Dr. 8. regrets the necessity he is under in adverting to these circumstances, so repugnant to the delicacy of every truehearted physician ; but the duty he owes himself, and the regard he is bound to have for the preservation of the public health, imperiously demand that he should siieak out. What! must the regularly educated physician, who has i|>eut years in the study of the Knowledge necessary to qualify him for his art, and who holds the sealed testimouy of learned and competent authority before whom he was examined to practice such? must he?I respectfully enquire T?remain silent in his office, and allow himself to be thurst from the legitimate ground of his scientific exertion, by the bold, presuming reckless quacks7? No ! I. for one, will not submit to it. And in order to place this subject before the public in a proper light, aud in such a way as to direct towards it the public attention in the strongest possible manner, 1 propose so publish immediately my views more at length on this topic. Those ofthe public and the profession who art disposed to second my efforts, will pleaae call at my office, and subscribe for t pnnv. Tltr n*rw<nip fVI 1! nnl K<* mitrn lltnn a livnnnro or a shilling. au21 lm*r tailorings removal. PHILLIPS' CASH TAILORING ESTABLISH MENT, la removed from 143 Broadway to No. 7 Aator Hons*. economy in gentlemen's dress. Oamanta of a moat decant and Fashionable kind rt a saving of M per cent for caah. THE advertiser dt ma it unnecessary to resort tj the heck1 neyed >ystem of giving a list of nominal prices, presuming that the lenith of time he has been established, together with the eitenaive patronage bestowed on mm, will prove a turn eient voucher for his capabilities. Possessing the advantage ol being connected with an extensive cloth establishment in lnur>|ie he confidently assets that he can furnish clothes which, on compVlson, will be found lower than any <Aher house making up the nest descriptions of gentlemen's dress. mylSm 8. PHILLIPS, T Astor House, Broadway to the ladies. FASHIONABLE MILLINERY GOODS.?The prorrie" trees. Miss 8 KING, daughter of the celebratrd Csrl King, offers lor sale a most select and choice assortment of Millinery Goods, for the spring trade, never as yet presented to the pnhlic, both ss regards the quality and cheapness of the articles The assortment consists of the following The celebrated SILK HAT. CALLED CAPOTTE D'OR LEANS, as warn by La Dnehrsse D*Orleans, of France, SHED SILK, ENTIRELY NEW AND ORIGINAL STYLE?And Lawn Hau do do?An entire new yle o Hata called " MOWNE CAPOTTES, ELSSLER COTTAGE/ Faruiaatnd English FANCY STRAWS, of the finest textB?he"l?oprietresstrespectfBUy solicits the ladies to favor her with acali, and examine her elegant and varied stock of Millinery for themselves, before they purchase elsewhere, as it will he a great aavit^ to them in price and a great advantage a> regards the variety and quality of the goods. MISS 8. KINO, magazine de Modes, mM Imr 293X Broadway. american macintoshes. rpHESK Water Proof Oirments, ss now being furnished at 1 our establishment, are, in every possible respect, fnlly equal to the imported, either French or English, and much better made up. The style of cat sad fit is such as will bear comparison with the most exquisite of the imported costs, and are now generally preferred. Dealers supplied on favorable terms. Gentleman who prefer, may be measured and garments cut to their taste. Remember?Day, O Maiden Lane, is the only manniactarer of the real American Macintosh HORACE H. DAY, Successor to Roxbory India Robber Company, at lm?r Warehouse removed from 123 to ii Maiden Lane. OfiTTTUDnM A VTT* UfDOTDDXT ov/u i nriiXVt> AIILZ VV i MERCHANTS, 17SPECIALLY those now id the city, ?re respectfully itXs minded tliai they e?n procuie uew, powrrful and highly flavored Teat of every description, on very advantageous terms, in paakagea suitable for pnvatv use, or for their regular customera, at the Canton Tea Company's Depot, d lm*t . No. Ul Chatham at, New York. SHIRTS. C H1RT8 made after the latest and most approved French 0 patterns. Couts, i antaloona, vests, and all under garments, mad* to order at short notice and in the most fashionable style. O-utlemen'a Furnishing Store, 67 and 69 Maiden Lane, New Y< r*. die*' WM, COLLINS. I-ATE TRIAL OF SAFES AT THE FOOT OF 1 W 'LI, STREET.?The following certificate at to the su trioriiyof Robertson It Rich's Salamander Htfes, i? tubMi ted to ttie public as a simple statement of facts New Yoag, August 30th. 1812. We the nniersigngd, attended bv request a trial hv fi-e ?l Robertson an;* Rich's balamanrle.r Safe and Scott's Patent Asbes1 s r-afe. The trial was made in a furnace of great power built forth p-upone. at the foot of Wall street, ou the 26th nisi. The prim itielohj.rt.was to If tithe fire proof qualities of Rob K Rich * Safe. 1 hr tafr * witp placrd m a furnace asssl t s fire 'ighted at quarter to I', A. M and continued tall 4 P. M. |, o, enin* the furnace at that time, Scott's Safe, with ila content*, was found u be completely destroyed, but Robertson k Jtifh s Safe to be in perfect oidcr; the iiouai the lower pait of Robertson k Rich's Safe was discovers d to have melted off, leaving the salamander preparation firm arid entire; in removing the sale,before the fire was euiirel, eilingui hed, ih? bottoaa waa aeeiilenrally forced off by its adhering to the bars of the furnace, thereby eipoting the innei esse to the fire, part of the pepert were consequently burned and the remainder slightly scorched. The heat was so intense that the wrought iron frame, the cast iron wheels of the safe, and even ihe bricks of the furnace melted, yet the greater part of the mahogany case remains sound and uninjnrrd During the fivt hours ins fire was burning, four ahd a half loads of pine wood sod ninety-sit bushels of charcoal were consumed. The preservation .f any of the papers ;n such an intense heat fm live noon conclusive e\ulcere mat inn ??lr would l><proof against fire in thr burning of anv store or mrrhniiif, Judging from the remit of this eiperiment, we think Robertton and Rich's Safe rijaal to any yel intehted for the preirrration of booki and paper* from fire, and rntitled to (he confidence oftha community. john w. lkavitt. k. d. hurlbtft. j. b. varnltm. Having wiinessco the trial alluded to in the foreaoi ng statemrnt. I im rery certain that Robeitaou k Rirh'a Cnrit would havr escaped nuharmed from any Irottse buriiiiiK I ever personally witnrMcd, erru in the limit e*|>oerd attitation JOHN O. WINTKH. The eonatmctijn of the fnrn-ire waa mch that the Salamander asfe here spoken of waa mbject to a greater heat, and the trial waa more thorough than any ever before maJe, and notwithstanding thia aerere teal the lniwra were prear rved, and may he aeen at the itibscrib-r's office, when- any informati m can lie had aa to theaiiprnority ol these ?afe? over all others now in use, being not only completely fire proof, hut alao protected from the aerioua objection to other S tl inlander Safea in the fart that papers, boots, kc. are preaerved p-rfeetly dry, while abundance of proof niata that others do mould the books ind impart a dampness to the |iapera. The improved Salamander Safes are finished in a style anterior to any ever before offered to the publir, andean be mode .o order of any sice For sale by A. S. MARVIN. Agent for the Manufacturers, ?T 2t* 1MX Water street. E NE NEW I MISnCT T A NTCrUTQ I ^^^ UNITED STATES TEA EMPORIUM, 121, late 129 Chatham ftreet, Netc York. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. THE CANTON TEA COMPANY continue to offer for _J- aale new and fragrant Teat of erery Taiiety and style.? Their assortment specially includes the most delicious and powerful Kradea Of Urecn and Black, Every package bears the Stamp of neatness and elegance, and the Teas therein are so thoroughly secured from light and air that tr.eir quality and power will remain unimpaired in any climate. Their system of prosecuting business is perhaps scarcely to be escelled. It is founded upon the utmost regard to the ngnta of the custcmer, especially with respect to weight and uualtly, aud unrivalleo cheapness. All purchasers are called upon to return any articles which fail to give them the fullest satistaction, when the menry will be cheerfully and promptly refunded. Country merchants, public establishments, head i of lamilies, ami shipmasters, will find it a decided advantage to supply themselves from this establishment. C offee roasted every day. , Orders Irom all parts of the Uniteu States eiecuted with promptitude and despatch. [7" The only warehouse in America for the sale sf Houqna s celebrated Black Tea. aaM lm*r theo?Du8KS8SILYeM^WCtT%IVh,kt JOHN M. DAVIES & JONES, UCCESSOh TO LUKE DAVIES It SON. lOO William street, corner John, New York. PURCHASERS will at all times fiud the most extensire asa sorlmeiil in the United States, of the following articles, on the most resouahle terms, wholesale and retail. Cars for gentlemen, youth and childreu of velvet, cloth, ine r;?? .111, .,11, he he li'ull ,.,r trimmed Mill, fur And plain. Armv and Navy officers dress and undress ojipii. Siocas of every style and quality?of satin, boinbnri.ie, vest ing, kc. made flam, tiiminea with bows, cravat lira, l'aris ties, dreaa apron itocks, kc. kc. The surERioaiTv ol our frames is well known by the lightneaa perfect lit. eijse and vlaaticity of every atock. Shirts ol all linen plain and frilli d,of muslin plain end frilled, with liuen collara bosoms and wrutb. uds of the moat appioved l>atlerns. Fancy cambric thirta of all qual itica. LilNl.iv collara and boaonru of every atyle and quality, oiled ailk, white, plaid, and fancy, of au|ierior manufacture. Ladies, uiiaaea and children's oiled ailk aproua. Oiled ailk. medicated, for the cure of gout, rheumatism, kc. JarraiVED leather, linen and muslin, suitable for harness and coach manufactures, cap fronts, kc kc. The above articles are made under our own inspection, in the beat possible manner and of such materials and workmanship as will be found on examination equalled by none. To which is added, a superior assortment ol fancy articles of various qualities and prices. Gloves, Suspenders, Cravats, Scarfs, Umbrellas. Handkerchiefs, Hoisery, Craval-Stiffners, Guard-Chains, Under Garments of every description and quality, Shaker Knit and Flannel Shirts and Drawers. The attention of the public generally are invited to the above extensive assortment of goods, many of which are of our own importation and will be sold at such prices as cannot fail to suit. JOHN M. DAVIES k JONES, auI6 lm*r 106 William, corner of Jonn. STOVES! STOVES!! BACKUS' PATENT RAREFIER, OK FRUGAL HOUSEWARMER. rpHE Proprietor, in o ire ring this valuable stove to the public, -L would briefly state some of the advantages of heir improvement, which consist chiefly in the following particulars, vix:? 1?To obviate the evil of im- 4?To be cainble of affordCure at d noxious gas in the ing a mild or an intense heat, uruin* of anthracite coal. 6?To avoid all incovenience 2?To generate and diffuse from dual. a warm and wholesome at- 7?To preserve the air of the rnosphere In places exposed to apartment pure and wholedamp and cold. some. 3?To lesson the risk of acci- (?And to nnite with all dent by fire. those excellent qualities, an 4?To he quickly kindled elegant and durable article of and easily managed. fumiiure. This Sto*e is constructed of the best quality of Russia sheet iion, upon the cylindrical plan?the furnace or fire-chamber occupying a part of the centre cylinder, to which is attached an atmospheric Rarefier upon each side, of a tubular form, and lined throughout. The heat that is created in the chamber iwsses between the linings of the two rarefierx (or radiators as they are called] into the base at the bottom, and a current of air continually rushing through the tubes, which are left oiieu at each end for that purpose, carries a great amount of rarefied or warm air into the apartment. The pnrity and softness of the air in a room heated by this stove are peculiar and remarkable, the heat being diffused from a great exleul of surface moderately heated. The healed air, on entering the wings or sides of the stove,descends and spreads over the entire surface of the base at the bottom, keeping the colder portion of the air next the floor in constant circulation? in the meantime preserving it entirely from contamination, rendering this Stove perfectly safe and agreeable for a|<artmeuts of invalids, sleeping rooms, kc. Manufac'ured by J.lt E. BACKUS, ii Bowery, NT. Y. \i n a .~-;..i- ,.r...... ;r. .i.? the new kitchen companion cook stove, warranted equal to any in imc in this city. au24 lm*r TO DEALERS IN BLACKING. '"PRY IT ONCE?The Eureka Blacking?This is a new ?r1 licle of Blacking, and possesses qualities greatly auiwrior to all other kindi now in nae. It .often, and |ire?erre?the leather, imparting a brilliant lioli.h with half the uaual labor required in the uk of the common Blacking. It further p< aaeaaet that requisite 10 long songhl for in the peculiarity of the composition never becoming nard dry, or mouldy by ace. Dealers in Blacking are requeued to call and receive a sample of the article gratis. Perfect satisfaction warranted in every case. Manufactured by J. M. JOHNSON, No. 4 Spruce st, Near Nassau, New York. The firm of Burgess It Co. is this day dissolved by mutual consent. The basiness in future will be conducted by au37 ltn*m J. M. JOHNSON. BUTTONS. J JONES, 36 Piatt stieet, wishes to inform his friends that his new style will not be ready before the first week in September, but has on hand the Klats and Bevel Edges, which he offers at the following prices !? Best English Brocade!; ft 50 ' French 2 00 " " Twist, 2 00 " English '* 2 25 Figured Satins, 1 M Mohair Over Coats, 1 M Several hands wanted. an 17 Im'r NEW EXTRACT OF O A no t Ti A DTI T A OAIVO * r I\ "IIibA. THE COLLEGE OF MEDICINE AND PHARMACY U" AVE juit prepared * large quantity of the fluid extract ?f 11 Sa'sapanlla, according to a new and Protracted process, by which the active principle of this valuable drug has been obtained in a much larger proportion and purer form than by any of the common modes of preparation. The root has been selected of the best quality?which is thai prOduced-Wy the Soufax offleinalii (of Humboldt and Bonplaud,) and grows on the banks of the River Magdalene, near Bajorque, in South America. The public may now relvon the genuine aud condensed extract of this efficacious root. The value and extraordinary restorative powers of this medicine, when property prepared, are well known. Cases of scrotals, nodes, gout, cutaneous disease, heated state of the blood, and syphilitic complaints, will be most essentially benefited by the use of this new aud elegant preparation. Sold in large bottles at 75 cents each. Iu cases containing one dozen bottles, $6. Do do do six bottles, SI JO. W. 8. RICHARDSON, Ag?nt. Office of the College of Medicine and Pharmacy, an30 Iw is 97 Nassau street. N. Y. GAZO PNEUMATICS. '"PHE subscriber is pretwred to execute orders for the Oazo I Pneumatic Hydraulic Machine, for raising water any height or quantity, from mines, or for water works, by means of vacuum ; and the simplicity of the machine gives it a great advantage over any other now in use. au9 lm?r T. * -"a u..?ntce. 22 Pine St. PHCENIX HAIR SEATINQ AND CURLED HAIR MANUFACTORY. rPHE undersigned have constantly on hand Plain and Damask I Hair Seating for Sofas, Chairs, ('ouches and Miuic Stools. Cuiled Hair, Webbing, Tow Cloth, Twine, lie., for Upholsters, White and Fancy Hair Cloths, suitable lor Cap and Stock Manufacturers; also for Brash Makers and Musical Instruments, Ac., lie. The tallowing are our prices of Hair Seating PRICES OF HAIR SEATINQ. PLAIN. DAMASK. Inch. Piece. Cut. Of all patterns, li 40 41 ? 16 42 44 7) 17 46 4g S3 II 54 36 90 19 64 66 91 2 0 74 76 1.05 21 14 86 1,11 22 9? 96 1,14 23 1 02 1,06 1,21 24 116 1.21 130 26 1,28 1,32 1,43 28 1.40 1,44 1,61 30 1,66 1,70 ? JOHNSON It UREEN, PWnu Factory, 73 Wtit 13th atteet, 1th and 6th A*enna, au31 toc7*r Omce, IM William atreet. ^pcT TH"ET LOVERS OK StPERlOR BLAi , I FA ? A Honmua'a MiainreThia eitremely delieiona ani . arralleled Tea, to highly celebrated in China and Europe juat im ported, ia now for aale at the Canton Tea Cotnpony a General Tea Eatabliahment, 111 Chatham atreet. New York?in Chineae |>*rkajcea. Prieea VI ernta and il^ an 14 lm*r DRESS BOCTS?Lateat French Style?The aag^BVanbaenber rrepectfully inntea t<>e eitiaent of New YmliTaniT atrangera viaiting the city,to call at 114 k ultou atreet and eaamine a lance aaeortment of Dteaa Boota, made in the lateat faahion, and or the fineat French calf-akin, Gentlemen can liave boota made to order in the heat manner at $6,00 per pair, warranted equal to auv made at $7,30, and aa the nnderaigned takra drawing of the feet and keen* laata for each cnatomer he ran enanre an caav yet handaome hL Conatantly on hand, Faahionable Boota, fce. at the following redncrd prtcea :? Seal Skin Boota, from $2,21 to 2,7} Calf, 3,00 to 6 00 HalrBoota, 3,00 Gaitera, 2 11 Shoei. 1,10 to 210 t umpe and Slippera, Itc., proportionahly low. Termi, caah ondeliretj. JOHN L. WATKINS, * :,m ! 1H Fallon it, between Nimu wnd Dutch. FRENCH IMPORTln .71 en. of Fashion ; rreneli boots and uttent leather dr1'"? ? ? ??, walking .hoe. ?,d pnlnp., for men, bry?, and children. Men and boys cheap boou from $2,74, $3, $.1,40, *11(1 $4 per pair. M<-nS ?h(>c. 7 ?o lb and Its |>er pair Bova .hoe. 40.lo 74 r.nU and $1, and warranted good. Ladies, miaaei, and children, gaiter boots bn.kina' walking .hoe., inJ slippers ol all color, and .lie. (aieat faahiana, tie., buskin., ami .lips, 74 cenu to $1, good 4..lipper., Coma and .ee a goad auortment or the abore article, at 47 Canal .treet, comer Broadway, and at 206 (.anal ?t., north-we.t corner Hudaon at at Walker i ante lm*r'' HARD TIMES.?The only rear on that A k CO. can a?.ign for .elling ?o many hoof, and> hoc. at the Clinton Boot and Shoe Market, 1*4 Canal at. northeaat comer ol Hndeon ttreet? when almost e.ery body complain, of hard time, i?, that they keep goods of the beat qna'ity and tell them at prices to auit the iim??, and it aerm. $? if a!inrMi pvprv hodv hail found thin nnt. If inv whn i*..l ihii ahould not yet hire found out the atore. tha aooner thay coma and tiy the aoonrr they wijl reap th<- adrantan. Almoat aaythinf thatii wanted in the boot and ahoe line, of any aiae, colot or quality, can be found henechabp. i au20 lm*r A ICMO.Yk COIJ04 Canal at. 1 * W YO YORK. THURSDAY MOI MISCELLANEOUS ~~ U. 8. CITY DESPATCH P08T. PI "8T OFFICE, Nrw York, ifiih July, 1M2. HOURS of Delivery escli day, (Sundays excepted) at the Upper and Lower Poat Offices:? Letters deposited before Half-past S o'clock, A Ml U " 3 P M Will be tent out for deAt all the Stations before > livery at 9 A M, and I 7 o'clock, A M | and 4 o'clock, P M. 11 " 2 " P MJ Letters to be tent Free, must have "Free Suoi|>" affiled to them, otherwise three cents w ill be cul.ected of the party to whom til - letter it addressed. No money must be enclosed in letters unlets ret istered at t ie pruici|>al offices. Luis ut the stations (at all of which "free stamps" may be purchased at $2,jo |ier 100, ami every information may lie obtained oil application at the up|ier or lower pott offices. Stamps issued by the late CilyDespatch Post will be received It is indis|ieusable that the number of the residence aliould be stated iu ail lrlti rs set.t through this Post. The Post Master solicits the earliest iiiiorroation should any irregularities occur. JOHN LOK1MEK GRAHAM an28 ly ec Post Master. THE TWO GREATEST INVENTIONS OK THE AGE. UO I KENNEDY'S COMPOUND VEGETABLE PREPARATION. POK The treatment and preservation ol lilt- Hair; the ouly " infallible preservative against baldness, and a certain cure for all diseases uf thr scalp, such as dandruIT, plica potnica, tic. Sir. tic.. including all cutaneous affections. This article i> prepirtd with great cart by (lie inventor and proprietor himself, after a study of ten yean, during which his time has been almost exclusively devoted to thr |ierfrciiou of this incomparable nrticTe for the brnrlit of the itr.iiuli and beauty of the Hair. Iu the mean time, inanv 11 ostium intended for the same piirjKise, have arisru ami died, while this rejoices iu the full vigor of manhood?and is dritim d to lire as lout as a hue head ol hair is duly prized or its cleanliness and beauty adiniied. Let those who have these desires but give it a single trial aud he has uo fears for the result. It eiilv reuuiies to be known to be amire iated, aud when in ap: reeiated the propriet >r expect to obtain his reward Iroin a discerning public, aud asks it not before?ha is not afraid of getting out of paliencr. Nearly five bundled certificates, testifying to its virtues, in all cases for w ich it is iutended to be used, froin the most highly respectable individuals in various parts in the United States, tha Canadts, Sic., can be seen at thr office of the inventor and manufacturer, No. 1 Pine street, New York. INVENTION NO. 2. The second invention of modern times, to which we would respectfully call attention, is KENNEDY 8 CELEBRATED PREMIUM CHEMICAL HAIR DYE. the first ever invented in this couutry. 1 his article, as can be testified to by a large number of oral and verbal recommendations, it superior to any thing of the kind imported from any part of the world, and is rapidly su|ierceding all other nostrums foi changing the color of tlie hair and whisiters to a beautiful dark hrown, or 'et black, from tl-xen, red, grey, or other objectionable color, in a single application, washout affecting the skiu. The above Hair Bye was exhibited at the Fair of the American Institute, held at Niblo'a Garden, aud received the first premium, as being superior to any other exhibited. It m ly be obtained at the billowing places :?Btiley, Ward Ik Co. Maideu Lane; Leary b Co, Aator House; 63 Bowery, corner Walker; 330 Bowery corner Bond street; Tiffany, Gourd k Ellis, 239 Broadway, add at the manufactory, No. 1 Pine street. New York. i. nennrie vritKicnv TENDER CHINS. ANY GENTLEMAN may be instantly relieved from all pain during thr operation of shaving, by applying Ins raxor to the ME I'ALIC 'l ABLET HA/OR STROP, inveuted by O Saunders, which supercedes tlit uecrssity of a hone, ami by which the most nnskillul can always prodvee as keen and smooth as edge as the raxor could by any |>ossibility exhibit under the most exyierieuced baud. It is the only effectual means which the art at man nas yet devised for giviug to every one an opportunity of suiting his raxor la his i bin with the same ceriaiury as he can mend a pen to suit his own hand, which any (a-rson will be shown by bringing a dull raxor and trying the Tablet bel'oie purchasing. Retail price of the best article of Str ip and Tablet, SI and $1 JO. an 17 lm*r Sold at G. SAUNDERS, 163 Broadway. TOUgH beakdstt "PLEASURE IN SHAVING secured by the use of ChapX man's MAGIC RAZOR STROP, with METALLIC HONE, forming one of its four sides, with which every person may keep his raxor lu perfect order, whether at sea or on land. It prrsents four faces, each of different sharpening properties, commencing with the Metalic Hone, of mi times the power of the ordinary hone .and hushing on the simple calf skin. Retail prices JO, 75, I 00, l,2Jand I,JO, each according to outward sixe and finish. The performing part of the 7J cent strop being same as one at $1,50. Whulcsale prices $3,50, $1, $t>, $7,50, $9 and $12 yier dot. L. CHAPMAN, No. 102 William street. N. B. The performing part of iny 75 cent strop warranted to be suiieripr to George Saunders' best, at $3 each,and the uiuney returned if the purcnaaci be dissatisfied. auU lm*r IMPORTANT TO THE PTTRT.Tn A LL who with to economize can obtain Clothing of the best quality remarkably cheap, at 205 Canal street, one door west of Hudson. Alto, a large assortment of Cloths, Castimeret, Veatings, and Summer Goods, from which Clothing of all kinds are made to order in the best maimer at vary teduccu prices, 105 Canal street. |el9 3tn*r tohn gabriel vehren or wtitntn.a native of " Switzerland.?Any one who has ever known or heard of this individual, or of a persoa of a similar name, will please communicate thef act to me, as this information u of Importance to some of hit family. His real name was John Gabriel Verren but inaforeign land it may, like many other names, have been changed, or become corrupted in its spelling. He came to the United States in the year ITS}, and he is tupposed to have resided in the State of Pennsylvania, and to have died there ; but as no traoe of him as yet has been discovered, the information received by me upoa the tubi tct is probably incorrect, and I now take this means of making a general inquiry throughout the Union. al eod lm*r P.F. STAIQER, Philadelphia, Pa. THE CRYSTAL, CORNER OF WALL BROAD STREET. Ve Conoisenrs and Epicures who throng the " Money* street, When you are dry, stop in and try- the stock" that there you'll meet; Well do our best, to stand the test, with any house in town. And while we do, we look to you, for some share of renown. rPHE Proprietors of the above establishment will take a pride A in redeeming the above pledge, and they will permit no article but the very best to appear on the bar. A choice Lunch can als i be found daily. au24 lm*r CHINA, GLASS, AND EARTHENWARE. 8 ASTOIt HOUSE. fRENCH Porcelain Dinner Services, 11} pieces, 12} 00 T White Granite, do do 112 do 13 00 Frenchor English Porcelain Tea Sets. 32 do 4 00 Limner riaies. r rencn rorceiam, per noun, si Do do Granite, blue or white, do 1 00 Soup, do French Porcelain, do I Oil Do do Oranite, blue or white, do I 00 Tea Cnpt and Saucers, (24 nieces) French Porcelain, I '0 Eltg Cups, do do 37 Olass. Cut Wines, per dozen, from I SO Do Tumblers, do do 2 00 Lemonades, handled, do 2 2S Table Cutlebv. Of the finest descriptions, insets or doaens, at the low jirice of $12 the set. Just opened , a handsome assortment of 1 oilet Ware. R. SIMPSON. N. B ?Agent for the sale of Simpson's En Comets, for the relief of deafness. s4 Im* rc GEO. 8. SOREN it CO., 66 Beaver Street, Importers of French and English CORSETS, Just received 10 cases per Montreal, consisting of a large assortment of the above article, particularly suitable for the American market Also i cases of SILK FRINGE, containing a large assortment of every color and width, which are offered at eilrcmely low prices. City rrtailers and country merchants would do will toe*amine the assortment befoie purchasing. ?4 lw* rc. A NEW & IMPORTANT INVENTION FOR THE LADIES. \AR8. LOVE, Corset Maker, No. M Lispenard street, re "J spectfully informs llu- ladies of New York and its vicinities, that she has invented a new article for the presrrv ition of il?. >,..1,1, .,,.1 I, .1.Tit,a A Kill,min*I Supporter is perfect in its application, aetig as a support, and preventing all nam upon the muscles, tad the consequent fa tigue anil eihaustinn of the whole lyalem. It will preserve th? form id all its youthftit aymmetry Nothing that ha? ever been inter ted offeri eo many advantages aa coes this Abdominal Supporter for invigorating the ay-item against every accident attending gestation. Mrs. L.hca secured a patent. She begs to refer to the following eminent gentlemen of the Medical Faculty:?Dr. Francis, Dr. Pond. Dr. McDonald, Professor til 11 man MD, Professor Parker, M D. A. C. Castle, M D, Dr. Nelson. Dr. Moore, J. w. Francis, M D. J. O. Pond, MD, J. w. Moore, M.D.J.

Neilson, Si D. Country merchants and dealers supplied wholesale with Corsets, Sella, and braces, on advantageous tcrmt. s6 Imp PATENT PRESERVED PORTABLE MEATS AND SOUPS, XITARRANTED to keepsny length of time in any climate, vv vit: lobsters, halibut, shad, aalmon, oy ters, and el ms, beef, mutton, veal, duek, chicken, 'urkey, beef aoup, inutlon broth, chicken sonp, 01 tail soup, mock and green turtle toop, vegetable aoup, green peas, mushrooms. carrsts, turniiw, p irsnips, tomatoes, milk, xc. Itc., manufactured and told wlioleaaleby WILLIAM MULLANE, at lm* re MS Nassau at poMRROY kC6>$ Nfcw VoRk. albanV, TkoY r BUFFALO, CHICAGO AND CANADA PACKAGE EX PRESS leaves every Errning. Sundays excepted, lor the shore named and all intermediate places. Office No. 1 Wall street. New York. an!7 r TO HAIL ROAD CONTRACTORS. SEALED PROPOSALS in writing will be received by the O Muhrwk and MM Rail Road Company, until Tuesday Ore Sth day of September next, at noon, for constructing a new section of Rail Road to avoid tee inclined nlane at Sche nectady : commencing at the Company's store house in the city of Schenectady, and intersecting the main line, abont three miles from said city. The whole work to be finished on or In fore the 1st of April neat. Proposals must state the ameunt in gross for constructing the whole work, including all materials, excepting iron rails. I'laas and specifications of the promised work, may be sera at the Company's office at the head of the inclined plane at Schenectady. rro|>osalt to be addressed to WM. BANKS. Treat. att29 ts6r. Office No. 55 broad street, N* w York. ~ ECONOMY, ELEGANCE, AND GOOD LIVING. fPHE undersigned has, at Utf expense, fitted np one of the a largest and most splendid Coffee and Kating Houses in New York, in which one hundred persons at least can sit down to an excellent and substantial breakfast, dinner, and tea, [from the choicest supplies of the markets, with a bill of fare not ei celled either as regards quality or number of dishes] by any hotel in the United Slates, and varying in prices from six cents to on., thillinv ?,l ,.nrliteeu nence i*r dish. The purest Java and Mocka coffee anil the rery best teas, and serred at only three >fnu per cup. And all other refrrshinrnts iu proportion. Tlie waiteri are uniformly ciril snd polite, and every visitor may be aeaurrd of feeling in thii establishment rjuite at home. In tort, every department of the buaineaa ii under the superintendence of competent oreraeera, whose sole care and attention are directed to the comfort and conveniences of customers and fueata. HENRY GOSLING. Proprietor of the French and American Eatina House, Nos (t and ? Nassan at, between Jfhn at and Maiden Lane, r *?Open Sundays for breakfast, dinner and taa. jeJO Jmr [ iRK I INING, SEPTEMBER 8, Navy General Court Martial on board of the V. S. ship North Carolina. Wednesday, Sept. 7. Trial or Lieut. Ciiari.es Wilkes, concluded. The Court met at 10 o'clock, A. M., precisely, all the members present. The Judge Advocate, ufter commenting on the extraordinary and unprecedented course adopted by Lieut. Wilkes, in making his defence before the Court a vehicle of personal abuse and slander on himselt, asked permission to be allowed to put tn a replication to that portion of,the defence which was of a purely |tersonal nature, and not connected with it, as an act of justice due to himself, both ill his individual and official capacity. After a short consultation, the Court refused to allow the application of the Judge Advocate, as they did notconsider it a matter appertaining strictly to the case, and it could not, therefore, pro|>erly be attached to the record. The Judge Advocate owes it to himself as well as the public, to publish his replication to the foul slanders which were so liberally hea|>ed upon his head by Lieut. Wilkes in his defence, and which were evidently intended for effect elsewhere than on the Court; us is shown by the fact J that it lias been printed tn pamphlet form for distribution. Hesides tnis, we will venture to say there is not a member of the Court who heard the defence read, but considers it a wanton and undeserved uttack on the Judge Advocate, who has faithfully discharged the arduous, and frequently unpleasant duties of his station in a manner which plainly shows that lie had but a single eye to the] meting out of nothing but "equal and exact justice" to all concerned in this affair. The doors were closed, and the Court re-commenced its deliberations on the cuse before them. At a quarter before three o'clock the doors were again opened, und the Court having arrived at a decision in the case, and the record and documents connected with the trial, together with the finding of the Court, were sealsu up and directed to be trans, milted to the Department at Washington, tor revision and approval. The great mass of evidence and accompanying documents which it is necessary to examine, in orrlpr fn fnrm h rnrrppf itulirnipnt nn thp finrltnir nf Court, it is likely will occupy the Department some two or three weeks, until which time it will not be divulged. In the mean time, the whole case having been spread before the public through the columns of the Herald, the community will no doubt arrive at a verdict which will have a bearing on the character and reputation of Lt. Wilkes, be it for weal or wo, through the whole course of his future existence. The Court adjourned until Thursday morning at 10 o'clock. Court of Common Pleas. Before Judge Ulshoeffer. Sept. T.?Wright vs. Hart, sheriff, 4*c?The jury gave a verdict in favor of defendants, valuing the property at $516. Horatio Hinchnuin and Monmouth B. Hart, vs. The Mayor, frc., of New York.?T\\t plaintiffs, in the fall of 1840. were, Commissioners of Registry in the Eleventh Ward. Knowing there is no use in having a good office without a good bill, they charged for 62 days, being, at $2 per day, $124. The Comptroller demurred to the time occupied, as it was more than had been claimed for by any of the Commissioners in the other wards, and paid them $100 each. To recover the remaining $24, separate actions are brought. They claim for three orfourdays after the election, as well as previous to it. The plaintiff's contend that there was more work to do in the 11th than 111 other wards. The Court remarked to the jury that they must determine Irom the avidence whether or not the plaintiffs were entitled to pay for all the time they demand?if so, they were authorized to bring in a verdict to that effect. Verdict for defendants. For plaintiffs, Mr. R. F. Winslow. For defendants, Mr. David Graham. Before Judge Ingraham. John H. Turnirr vt. Samuel Martin.?This was an action for trespass, the damages laid at #1000. The plaintiff occupied part of house No. <59 First street, corner of First avenue, belonging to defendant, giving his father-in-law, (Mr. Fash, Cross street) as security foothe rent. During the fall of 1840 Mr. Martin lore down the rear fence of the premises, took ten te?y of the yard on which to build a stable, removed the out premises for some days, and caused much dissatisfaction to plaintiff, which was added to by his being confined at the time to a sick room. The whole rent was paid and action now brought. A verdict will be rendered this forenoon. For plaintiff, Mr. Holmes and Mr. Pirsson. For defendant, Mr. F. W. Burke. Common Council. Sept. 7.?Board of Al.okrmen.?Present Alderman Woodhull, President, and all the otner members except Alderman Hatfield. Petition* jyrcunted and referred.?From Wm. McCormick, to ring the fire bells of the city by contract. For an engine on 48th street, in the 12tli Ward. From 300 cartmen not to give any more contracts for regulating and paving streets to those contractors who insist upon paying the men employed by them in store pay. Alderman West moved that it be read and referred to a select committee, which was seconded by Alderman Davies. Aldeiman Lee denied that not more than one person who had received contracts from the Common Council while the (democratic party were in power, had been guilty of such conduct. Alderman Davies said that James Sally had paid nearly all he had given his men by such meat*. Alderman Smith said he could not see what a special committee could do with it, as it had been a common practice, and as man) of the men had been cheated out of al! they had earned, it was better that they should be paid in dry goods than nothing else. It was finally referred to Alderman West, Carman, und Leonard, for their action. A petition from the Southwark Fire Engine Company, No. 38, to refund #160, which was expended by them for room hire, where the company has met for the past year, and also to grant them a location for their engine and apparatus. Alderman Lee and Purdy both advocated the wishes of the petitioners. AlHprmnn (rmMirv anirl flint flip ITnrlpm rnilrnnd had possession of the place desired by the firs company, and could keep it in Bpite of ths Common inon Council. That it would cost more to alter the railroad house than build a new one; that the committee ol which he was a member, were anxious to build a house for the company in Chambers street, but the engine company would not lot tliern. He concluded by saving " that they could not have the Harlem railroad house if they would." Alderman Jones said they " held over" after the first day of May, and therefore they were safe in possession, as the counsel of the Hoard had also decided. Alderman Purdy moved that it be referred to the Committee on Fire and Water, which was adopted. Rcjrortt of Committert.?The Committee on La nips and t?as, to which was referred the lighting of East Hroudway with gas, reported adversely, owing to the lack of gas, as is alleged by the committee. The committee say that the company will light east Broadway, as well us all other streets when the works on tha East River will be completed, which Alderman Smith said he thought would be done in some few years from present appearance*. Alderman 1)aviks and Balis, who signed the report both sustained it, and the latter stated that each lamp supplied by the gas works, was at a loss of some few dollars per annum. Alderman Pi;ri>y said that the company had first obtained an exclusive privilege from' the Legislature, which was sanctioned by the Common Council, on the company's entering into a contract to sup ply the public lamps with gas when desired. That they failed to perform such contract?that their stock was very valuable, and that they should supply thn city when desired, even if it was at a small loss Alderman Bams said that the conditions were, that they should supply all the gas that was " reasonably desired," and not that which was unreasonably called for. Alderman Smith said that the company entered into this contract some thirteen years ago, and that they had] only introduced gas into two short streets, except those of a business character. Alderman West said he believed that the company had done all that their contract r< quired. Alderman Davies contended that the meaning of the contract entered into between the city and company, was that the latter should lay pipes through all streets where the custom obtained from private lam|is would pay for the loss sustained by tnein in supplying the public lamps, and read an opinion delivered some years since by a law committee of the Common Council to this effect After a little more gas was expended by the mem bers, it was referred hack to the committee to amend the report, so as to compel the company to light that part of East Broadway, in which pipes are already laid. , . .. r .L n I -/ I...A ?.nlnlinn raprrt jrom in* miru "/ /imh*?'hb.?^ to refer to the Committee on Wharves the subject of supplying a proper place to accommodate the Fre nth Steamers in this port, was concurred in. A resolution to abolish the appointment oi the I Ell A 1842. twelve marshals placed in power to assist in closing up the meat shops, was concurred in. Alderman Davis introduced a resolution calling upon the Comptroller to report the amount of money paid these twelve marshals, and the sum paid each. The Hoard of Assistants were then notified thut the Hoard of Aldermen was ready to meet them in Joint Rauaxtt.?'The returns of the Chief Engineer were received and read. The resignation of Nicholas Dull, as lns|>ector of Lime, wasaccepted, and James Cowl appointed in his place. James H. Kellum and George Hamilton were appointed day notice officers of the first ward. William II. I^eavy, Marcus Nutting, Enos Burrows, Alexander Von Pfister and Francis Harvey were appointed City Weighers. Horace Reed was ap|>oiiitfd Measurer of Charcoal in place of John M. Reed. William Heyer, appointed Wood Inspector of the 19th district was transferred to the 17th. Patrick McArdle, the celebrated pipe layer, was then appointed one of the deputy kee|iers of Blnckwell's Island by a vote of 18 to 12, Alderman Gedney voting in the negative with the democratic mem bers. William Snell, Peter Sause, Benjamin Wood, Absalom G. Dixon, Jacob S. Brown, J. L. Stoutenbergh, Alexander P. Crane, William limes, Jobn .Salmon, Thomas J. Shanklund, Charles Little. Asa W.JWelden, Horace llowell, and Harold Dollner, were removed from liie oHice of City weighers. Harman C. Haul, Anthony M. Costar, Benjamin B. Ruton, John Cargo, Samuel Albertis, Rolurt K. Moulton, Thomas S. Dickinson, Thomas Noble, Tliomus.T. llilford. William II Schenck, Joseph 11. Harvey,and John Iliggins,were aj>i>ointed weighers of anthracite coal. John T. Barnard was appointed measurer of charcoal. William Shaw and George Siboll were removed from the same office. Curtis Belts was appointed inspector of firewood for the ,12th District, in place of Stephen Benedict. The Joint Ballot then adjourned, and the Board of Aldermen resumed business. After |N?ssing a resolution, authorizing the Counsel of the Board to withdraw all suits commenced relative to the non-payment of the salaries of the Judges of the Court of Sessions, and authorizing the Comptroller to draw his warrant to pay the costs incurred in such suits?the Board adjourned to Monday next. A number of the seats above the supper tuble in the tea-room was, as usual, occuniedby some dozen loafers, who have no right nor claim to the public cause. The names of all these iuterlouers will be published on Tuesday next, if they are found at the table on Monday night. Board of Assistant Aldermen?Stecial Meeting, Sept. 8.?Assistant Alderman Wanerman was called by the President to the Chair. Pa/tcrifrom other Board?coticurred in. In favorof paying Samuel W. Hurd, and others, $111, awarded lor widening Chapel street. In favor of reducing rent to W. C. Taylor. Assessment for regulating and paving 15th street, 8th to 10th avenue. In favor of paying the inspectors of election held for choice of Chief Engineer. In favorof filling a sunken lot in 27 th street. Motiont and Rttolutioni.?On motion of Assistant Aid. Nesbitt the ordinance relating to a reduction of salaries was taken up. Assist Aid. Pettigrsw moved to amend by striking out the portion relative to watchmen Assist. Aid. Brown moved to add 25 cents per day to their pay. Assist. Ald.C. J. Dodge moved to make the pay $1,12& Instead of$l. He also moved to postpone the subject to the next meeting of the board?all of which were lost. The ordinance was then adopted 9 to 3. By Assist. Aid. W. Dodge, to reconsider the ordiI nance to regulate the water-works us returned by the Mavor, with his objections ?Adopted. By the sunte, in favor of again passing the ordi. nance, notwithstanding the objections. Mr. Scouts said he was opposed to the feature in it relative to pumps, still there was a necessity that the ordinance should pass, and he would vote tor it. Assist. Aid. I>od<sk said amendments could be made afterwards. Assist. Aid. Brown thought the ordinance one which the Board ought never to adopt. Assist. Aid. Nksbitt replied. Assist. Aid. Waterman alluded to the danger of passing an ordinance under the promise of future amendments. A message was received from the other Board, stating that it was ready to meet this in joint ballot, and a receas was taken for that purpose. After a short absence the members returned, when they took a further recess for the purpose of |>aying their resects to the tea room. On reassembling, the ordinance relative to the Croton acqueduct was again taken up. Mr. Scoi.es offered remarks in relation to it. A call was then made for the reading of the ordinance, which was agreed to, and sometime occupied, from its great length, in the operation. The Mayor's objections were then read ; they are principally aimed at the direction of the Croton acqueduct being kept in the hands of the joint Croton water committee of both boards, in cases where amount of ex|ienditures may exceed $100, the committees acting, by the means, in an executive as well as a legislative capacity, which is a dangerous jiower?it is also o|iposed to the numps being suffered to go to decay, or the wells being filled up, <Jgc. Assistant Alderman Prttiorkw opposed the idea contained in the ordinance of a large hatch of offi. cers being created, such as five commissioners. Jcc. He said that one was quite sufficient?the salaries of the various officers would eat up all ihe revenue mai coma oe ucnvea irom me waier?hp was aiso opposed to the power given by it to the Croton committee, nothing being in the ordinance requiring the committee to report their doings to the Common Council?it also gives them the powar of fixing rents, ttec., which fie was op|K>sed to. Assistant Alderman W. Dodge said that only one of the commissioners was to be paid?the others beingselected from gentlemen of leisure and ability, many of whom could be found who would willingly undertake the task. As to the committee not reporting, the gentleman of the 17th must recollect that an ordinance exists requiring every committer to report its proceedings. The Mayor is in error when he savs the Croton committees are to be absolute under the ordinance?if is expressly stated that they shall not expend any money but what has been specifically anpropriataa by the Common Council. In regard to the pumps, a resolution haa already been introduced in the Board of Aldermen, which obviates the objection, and he had no doubt but they will be preserved. As to power, he would prefer seeing it retained by the Common Council in its own hands rather than delegated to inde|?endent departments. He hoped the gentlemen would pass the ordinance as it is, and permit the department to be organized. Mr. I), mode quite a brilliant, and, (considering that he had a lot of stubborn locofocos o|s pesed to him,) rather an effective speech, lie was followed by Assistant Alderman Watkkm?m "'Kn aunnnrfAtlthp Mltiprtinnanf th#? Mavnr un/l s|>oke of the necessity of a right start on so momentous a matter. Ha ho|ied it would not pass this evening. Assistant Alderman Scoi.es said that he was glad the discussion had taken place. Gentlemen nad racked their ingenuity in discovering error, and so little being shown, was a compliment to the ordinance. lie spoke for some time with much energy in favor of the measure. After other r< mark the question was put, and the ordinance adopted. The Board tlien adjourned. General Sessions, Before the Recorder, Judge /Lynch and Aldermen Carman und Bonnell. James R. Whitinu. Pisa., District Attorney. Sept. 7.?The trial of James Edgerton, lor robbing the store of Felix Kotiaae, in Duane street, was put ofl till the next term, his counsel alleging that a material witness was absent who could swear that he sold him the coat that was tound upon his back, which had been stolen from the store of Rousse. There is no doubt he can get twenty men to swear to such fact, but the main object of delay, without doubt, is fo get him released on bail. We shall keep an eye on him. DwirtUrly Haunt.?Emily Tooker, who keeps | a house of prostitution at No 3 Benson street, wait tried lor keeping a disorderly house, and one thai disturbed the neighbourhood. Dr. McGlokin, formerly a speculator in Texas lands, who resides at No. 4 in the same street, testified that the house was the resort of public male and female prostitutes at all hours of the night, and was a nuisance to the street and the inhabitants that resided within it. He said that there were but five dwellings in the street, and two of them were used for such purposes. MicHAXi/Clmiv, who resides at No. 5 Benson si , testified that he had seen seven, eight, nine, and ten men huddling into ths house together at one urpe'< | that he) believed that murders were committed in I , the house without making any noise. The house LD. Prlc* Two Cull was well furnished, and a bar room in the second story; it was u perfect nuisance to tha street. Captain Benson, who resides at Carlton House, said it was a house of ill fame from common report. The jury returned a verdict of guilty, without leaving their seats Another Ditorilrrly House.?Mary J. Yates, who keeps the blue Irunie house No. 2 Benson street, was then tried lor keeping a disorderly house. Michaki. CIvin, was called.?This house was worse than Mrs. Tooker'a?ten times worse. This in blue house No. 2, and is where they make bargains iu the streets ; 1 do not know Mrs. Yates s a black man lived in the cellar, who told me that Mrs. Yates had left the house. Dr. McGiajin called and sworn.?Ths blue house is kept by Mrs. Yates ; it is worse than Mrs. Tooker*s house ; little children from the age of 12 to 14 are admitted there ; couples of from twenty to forty in number come there during the night: I don't know her, and don't want to know her; I think that no person should sanction or plead for such people, na how, nor any wheres. The case was submitted without any defence, and the jury returned a verdict of guilty. Forfeited Rrcognizancti ?Charles Farrington, indicted for obtaining goods Irvin llurdick it Wright, of 235 Front street, under false pretences, to tha amount of #401), and who was bailed by Klijah Carman, not appearing, Ins rscogmzances were forfoifpri Russel Lnwton, indicted on three different bilk for passing counterfeit money, and who was bailed by John 11 L). Condres. were not present, and their recognizances were declared forfeited. Alonzo Finch, indicted forgiving Robert Jaffray is Co. of 182 Pearl street, a spurious cheek on the American Exchange Rank for $30, in payment for four pieces of silk handkerchief, and bailed by Alexander B. Clemeute, not answering, his recognizances were declared forfeited. John Holt and William Ulyatt, indicted for a nuisance in keeping a manufactory of soap, ire. in Barrow street, not appearing, the bail entered by Thomas Bates was declared forfeited. Robert Piercy, indicted for biting off" apart of the nose of Abraham W. Morse, und attempting to gouge one of Ins eves out, not appearing, his recognizances were declared forfeited. Thomas Matthews, for assaulting David Goodrich, and who was bailed by Charles H. Cornell, not answering, his recognizances were declared forfeited for the third time. John Tigli, indicted for an assault and battery, and causing the death of Mary Reynolds, on tno 2Kth of April lust, in company with his wife Margaret Tigli, and who wus bulled by Bernard Lynch, not unswering, his recognizances were declared forfeited. wiiiiain ii. miles, inuicieu iur passing an uiicjtu bill ot the Hank ol Lyons, purporting to be a $20 note, upon George W. Muir & Co. of 345 Broad* way, not answering his recognizances, as entered by John Owens, were declared forfeited. Thomas Mullen, for beating Louisa Henson with a hammer ; William Molineaux, for beating Mary Ann Snowaen; Valentine Roezzler, for beating Julius Meyer, and Jacob Depuy for striking J. A. Ferris, not answering, their recognizances were declared lorfeited. Host Arraigned.?This man was arraigned on three indictments for grand larceny ; one for petit larceny, one for fnlse pretences, ana one for assault and battery. If convicted, the punishment, on lbs whole, will end his days at Sing Sing. The Court then adjourned to 11 o'clock Thursday morning. Court Calendar?1This Day. Common Pleas.?Part 1?Nos. 73, 77, 117. Part 2?Nos. 130, 24, 60, 74, 78,110,148. Bankrupt List. SOUTHERN DISTRICT OK NEW YORK. Win. W. Todd (late W. W. Todd fi Co. merchants, Lexington, Georgia) now of Nfw YorkHenry H. Dexter, broker, New York, (late firm Raymond & Dexter.) Major Lines, (late firm Lines & Peck, New York.) Alanson J. Lord, New York. Samuel Reeve, New York. wimani i*. Lender, New York. 5fE?rTEYvSKY HA1LKOAI) ANL) IRA^SPORTATION COMPANY. NEW YORK AND NEWARK. ftjLuua ectfalfec&lll WWwlBP, Fare redaccd to iiS cents. From die Toot of Ceurtlandt rtreet, New York. (Every day?Sunday ukieptcd.) Leaver New York Leaver Newark _ At A. M. At L P. M. At 7X A. M. At IK P U. 9 do. 4 do. 9 So. JH do. U *x So. ]?K do. >X do. do. TX do. do 19 da. ON SUNDAYS. Srom the Toot of Liberty rtreet. ew York. Leave Newark. At 9 A. M. arid IK P. M. At It Noon and It P. M. NEW YORK, ELl/vtBETH TOWN, Leave New York. Leave Eliiabcth Tows. 9 A. M. 7 A. M. 2\ P. M. A. M. * " 19 M. <X P. M. J P. M. 6 " 7 " 9X " The train* for Wetlfteld, Plainfteld, Boundbrook, Somerville, fcc.. connect with the 9 A M, and P M tram* Irom New Yoik, daily, Sunday* eacepted. Fare lietween New York and Elizabeth Town25 rruta. Fare between do and Somerville. 75 eeuta. NEW YOHK. RAHWAY AND NEW BRUNSWICK. Fare reduced. From the foot of Liberty rtreet, daily. Leave New York. Leave New BruurwickAt 9 A. M. At 5K A. M. ?*> On Sunday* the ik and 7K A.M. trip* front New Bruarwiak anil t\ P. M. train from New York, are omitted. Fare between New York and New Brunawick, 75 acuta. JHUIiway, __ 59 ceMa 1 he i*rr in the 5H ami 7>4 A. M. train Irom rv?w Brunswick, and 2% and l\ r. M. train from New York, lias been re ducrd. New Turk and New Bruntwiffit, to M cents. " and Railway to Passenger* who procure their tickets at the ucket office, receive a lerry ticket gratia. Tickets are received by the conductor only on the Jay when purchased. Bull 3n>* ~EVENINO LINE Fok ALBANY DIRECT, .frMft mm At seven o'clock, P. M-, from the steamboat ?E^e.Sje |,ir r between Courtlaudt and Liberty streets. LeJUL The steambost SOUTH AMERICA, CarL L. W. Brainard, leaves the above pier Monday, Wednesday, aud Friday at seven o'clock, P. M. The steambost ROCHESTER, Capt. A.St. John, leaves the above pier Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday aAeraoeu, at seven o'clock. The above boats are new and substantial are ftiridshed with elegant statr roams, and in every respectareu nsurpesaed among the Hudson River steamers. Kor passage or freight, apply on board, or to >. C. SCHULTZ, At the office on the wharf, Or on board. Passengers raking this line of boata, will at all timet arrive at Albany in time for the first tram of cart for the east and west. iyf OPPOSITION LINE FOR ALBANY. FARE REDUCED! FREIGHT TAKEN AT REDUCED PRiCES. sMn MM The commodious Stesmbost WASHING^jyLLJeTQN. Captain J. M. Brown, having made SCiH3Bi^K.arrsngemrnU to change her days ufleaving New York, will hereafter leave the foot of Robinson street. New York, every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday afternoon, at J o'clock, and Albany, every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday afternoon, at i o'clock, landing on her naaeage each way -.1 lb. rr.ru ?r II ,?l sir..I Pu?kl. Kingston Point, Caltakiil and Hudaon. ' ' Kor freight or po?iage, apply to the Captain on board. Or to D. RANDOLPH MAKtI.V No. 1U Writ atreet. iu? lm?r ^Mn Mm F?R tASTPORT. CALAI*. ST. ANA ST. J OH Si S.?Steamer HUNTXmBJLKKS!), Capt. T. (J. Jewrtt. Paaarngeni will hare Boaton everyFriday, at 10K A. M. in the Car* of the Caateni Railroad for Portsmouth, from which place they will be coneeyrd by the well known ateamtr Hankre** to the abore placca. Returning, the Hnntreaa will IcnTe St. John* eeery Tanaday, at 7 A. M.aml klaattmrt at 2 P. M. and arnee in Portamoath on Wednesday in time for the 4 o'clock train for Boaton. Fare to Kaat|*>rt, <6 I Calai* and St. Andrew*, $t M : ?l (Meal* citra.) Tin* route oflera to peraon* seeking enjoyment, many indueemenla?a country abounding in line lake* and the moat choice fulling ; alio game of all kind*, with other attraction* interesting to *port*tncn. a7 2m*r KRNNKBEC ANBTIOSTON. aMQ nfl The new and apleudid tteamag J. W. RICH?r^Qr3' MO.ND, Nathaniel Kimball, maaur, will ^iK> leaee the north aide of T. wharf, Boaton, e*5'T.A.,,e,?*Jr F'iday evening at 7 o'clock, for (Jerdinrr and Hallo Well; and returning will leave Hallowell on Monday* and Thursdays at 2k P. M., landing each way at Bath. Fare from Boaton to Hallowell, $3 00 " " " Bath, 2 }0 Stage* will he in readme** on the arrival of the boat at HaJlowell, to convey paaaamter* m Augusta, Watervilla, **Bfn'j B*lfa*t ami Quebec, rcrsons travelling far plaaaare will no* lew pleaaantr r route* than thit one to Quebec* aa it rm through a conn try abounding in beautiful acenarv?Iba roam are good, inMhf hotel* wellkept?the diiuncf 91$ mi lea. jy 10 2in#c __ *Wb a- rtfcAkT.HV **^HWWLn^m'aW Hp II "Tu I F|?f||WU OJirina ur r ,1? W 3L,?Thr fa ( Mid tii(MU3ti?l tMM UTICA, Captain J. W. Hanmi, will cnoimaiife making daily ricnraiona to the abore place, on Monday, July Win, and rontinaa to run OTery Mom lay. Wednesday. 1 liurtday and Saturday, anil learr aa follow. :?Foot of Hantndnd itwrt at a Tartar pail I o'clock?Caual atraat at half peat ?? Pike .treat, E. R., at 9?Pier No. I.N. H., n ha/I mil I. A Btad ol Masie is enfagrd. Dinner and all kimls of refreshments will h? Ibnnehed on hoard. On the rrtarn (ha Utica will reaainat Fort Hanulton hall an hoar. Kara 25 cants each way. Tha UTICA will make an Afternoon K?cursion aroaad Suten Island on Sunday, July Kth, and eontinne easy Taaaday, Friday, and Sunday, and lease aa followa :?Foot of Uain mond street at lid o clock?('anal street at 2? Pika atraat, l.K. at hall nest k-l'iar No. I, at 2JH o'clock, P. M., and asrif* in the city at 7 o clock. Kara 25 rents each way. jytStmr 4dA FOR MARSEILLES?Packet for 1st OrtoharHH> Copier fsstrnad and copjierrH .his MbMIN/.IIVA. Win<l<>w. M..far?The major part ol ler cargo it already engaged ; for freight of the halanra or for lesaate. apply to BOYD k IIINCKKN, Apnu, aojir 9 Tontine Building,

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