Newspaper of The New York Herald, September 17, 1842, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated September 17, 1842 Page 1
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TH Vol. VIII.?No. 357 -"Whole No. 31UH RAILROADS & STEAMBOATST NEW JERSEY' RAILROAD ANLT~TR ANSPORTATION COMPANY. NEW YORK AND NEWARK. Fare reduced to W cml?. From the fool of Cou rt laud t meet, New York. (Even- day? Sunday v.fc< eptrd.) Leaves New York . i.r.Te.Ne wark At ? A.M. All r.M. At 7* A.M. At IK P.M. 9 do. 4 do. 9 d?- ?.H do. H *X )<> ,0* *?- .J? "}? ? do. do. 1 do 1# do. ON SUNDAYS. IT,mil the foot of Liberty ?rreet. l.it.K.a Ynrk. Leave Newark. At 9 \ M and IK M. At 12 Noon and 18 P. M. A'\E\V VU|?, ELIZABETH TOWN. Leave New York. Leave Elisabeth Town. 9 A. M. 7 A. M. J* P.M. 9MA.M. 4? P. M. 4 P-M. 0 " 7 9* " The train* for Westfirld, Plainfield, Bouiulbrook, Somerrille, Ac., eonnect with the 9 A M, 2>a and 4,\ P M train* Iroin New Yoik, daily, Sundays excepted. Fare lieiweeu New York and Elizabeth Town25 reuu. Fare between do and Somerville. 75 cent*. I NEW YOllK. KAHWAY AND NEW BRUNSWICK. Fare reduced. From the foot of Liberty ttreet, daily. Leaie New York. Leave New B.umwick. At 9 A. M. At 5K A. M. 2X P. M. " *5 " UK " ? P.M. tin ssnniiavs me 5% and 7ft A >1. trip* Irom I\ew Brunswick and 2\ P. M. train from New York, are imirted. Ka e ueiweeu New York and New Brunswick, 75 cent*. Haliway, SO ceut* The fare in the anil 7X A. M. train from New Brunswick, and 2?* and 4R f. M. train Brom New York, ha* been re duceil. New York and New Bruuswidt, to 50 cent*, and Railway to 37X Passengers who procure their ticket* at the ticket office, receive a ferry ticket irati*. Ticket* are received by the conductor only on the day when purchased. Bull 3n>* FRU1QHT AND PASSAGE TO F1TTSBUBtt. 39flte?Jh<>.ttfa>a|i . >wn raffm-- .171 i iiifflnittail teffijpr- jHBSr -gy-aiM The proprietors of Bingh.un's Transportation Line to PittsburK, give notice to the Mercliant* of New York, and all Other persons shipping to tlie West, that their line is now in active operatior Goods consigned to them (or sent to go in their line,; will be forwarded with despatch. Owners or shipiiers of goods, destined for the Western Stales, who have no agent or consignee at Pittsburg, will please consign their good* to William Bingham, Pittsburg, who will attend to snipping all such consignment* without delay. All goods should be marked distinctly on eacn package BINGHAM'S LINE. For ate* of freight, which are as low a* any other liur, apply o _ WM. TYSON, Agent, No. 8 West street, opposite Pier No. 2, N. R. N. B. Passengers forwarded to Pittsburg and Poltsvrlle,every day, Sundays excepted. Refer to R. Crooks, American Fur Co.; 8. T. Nicoll, Front street ; Phelps, Dodge St Co., Fulton street ; Suydam Sage St Co ; Win. Rankin, Duryee it Co, Newark. m6 3m RAIL ROAD?ALBANY"AND SARATOGA. Travellers to Saratoga Springs, Lake Oer rgr, Whitehall and Lower Canada, are informed that they will insure to themselves an expeditious and pleasant rnnvcyance to the Springs bv taking the Rail R.i.i I cars at Albany. HOURS OF DEPARTURE. From Albany. From Saratoga. At 6 o'clock, A. M. I At 7 o'clock, A. M " 9 " " " " " " S " P. M. | " 3X " P. M. There i* no change of Coachea or Baggage Wagoni, or shifting of Baggage from one Steamboat to another^ on this route. Passengers on their arrival at Saratoga, will find stage coachea iu rcadineas to convey tnem to Lake George and Whitehall on Lake Uhamtdaiu; connecting with all the principal Northern and Eastern Stage routes. A Stage (for the convenience of passengers who arrive by the afternoon tram from Albany,) leaves Saratoga at i o'clock A. M. arrives at Whitehall in time for the departure of ike Chnmplain steamboat of same day, and brings eastern trav, tiers to Rutland, Vt. early in the evening. N. B. There are baggage wagons always in readiness, at Albany, on the arrival of the steamboats and rail road ears, to carry the brggage of passengers direct to and from the de|>ol and steamboat at the rate of cents |ier trunk or |iackage, or 12>? cents for ordinary travelling baggage. The denatures for the west are filed for the season at 7hi o'clock, A. M. and 7 P. M. JOHN COSTIOAN, Superintendent. Albany. June 27th. 1842. iegv Vtc RAlLrKUAiJ JNUTIOL.. MARKET AND FREIGHT LINK. NT^r^itNs^ick ANiTNSyTOIl-k. T^HE NEW JERSEY Railroad and Transportation Oomt pany have established a Freight Line between NewBrunswick and New York, which thev intend to run perma bentljr. Leaving Nrw Brunswick at A. M. daily, (Sundays excepted) and the foot ol Liber tygreet, New York, at 2X P. M. . To country dealers and me,i.v.anti the above line la very deairahle for the speedy and eneap conveyance ol merchandise of evory description, and more particularly to Drovera and Dealers in Live Stock, who can have 150 head of cattle conveyed between New Brunswick and New York, the same day Whenever required. The rates for the transportation of cattle, horses, males, sheep, hogs, Ire. and all other kinds of merchandise are very low, never exceeding steamboat prices. Merchandise sent h,- this line is not subject to any extra charge in emetine the North River. The Company have titled up a larjre storehouse at New Brum* il k. adiolmng the Railroad Depot, which will always eopen for the reception of meirhandise. Passcogct purchasing their tickets at the ticket offices, will receive lerrv tickets gratis. Q~?~ Freight for Newark, Eltxabethtown, Rahway, Westfield, Ftaiuneld, Scotch riains, Boundbrook and Somen ille, is conveyed by the above lines, and delivered the tame day when received. aul4 3in* jggk O' LAN HOUSE, Long Branch, Kiimson, **r'?d*Brnwii'i Dock, Middletowu, Eatontown Dork ' Red Bank, Shrewsbury.?The steamboat IOLAS, Captain Allaire, will leave New York from Fulton Market Slip, F.avt River, every morning at 8 o'clock for Red Bank, (except Thursday, on which day the boat roes to Katontown Doc k.) R. turning, will leave at I o'clock each day. , The lolis will run as above, navigation and weather permitting. until further notice. All freight and baggage at th* risk of the owners the'eof. June 2i, 1842. jc293mc .MM 00k HEALTHY EXCURSION TO THE FISHING BANKS OFF SANDY HOOK ?The fast and substantial steamer UTICA, Captain J. W. Hancox, will rommrncr making daily excur ions to the above place, on Monday, July 25th, and continue to run every .Monliy, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday, and leave as follows Foot of Hammond street at t quarter past 8 o'clock?Canal street at half put 8?Pike street, E. R., at 9?Pier No. 1. N. R., at hall i?st 9. A Band ol Music is engaged. Dinner and all kinda of refreshments will be furnished on hoard. On the return the Utica will remain at Fort Hamilton hall an hour. Fare 25 cents rseh way. The UTICA will make an Afternoon F.xcursion aronnd Statcn Island oil Sunday, Julv 24th, and continue every Tuesday, Friday, and Sunday, and leave at follows :?Foot of Hammond street at 1\ o'clock?C uial street at 2?Pike street, E.R. at hall past 2?Pier No. 1, at 2X o'clock, P. M., and arrive in the city at 7 o'clock. Fare 25 cents each way. jy25 2m r .Mtf) ~ak FOR EASTPOR1, CALAIS, ST7AN^ DKKWS (k ST. JOHNS.?Steamer HUNT jC^DLmZ-HKIIH, Capt. T. G. Jewett. Passengers will leave Boston every Friday, at 10'? A. M. in the Cars of the Eastern Railroad for Portsmouth, fiom which place they will he conveyed by the well known steamer Huntress to the above placet. Returning, the Huntress will leave St. Johns every Tuesday, at 7 A. M. and Eaatport st 2 P. M. and arrive in Portsmouth on Wednesday in time for the 4 o'clock train for Boston. Fare to Eastpoit, 98 I Calais and St. Andrews, $6 5 '* 81 (Steals eitra.) This route offers to persons seeking enjoyment, many in ducementa?a country abounding in fine lakes and the most choice fishing ; also game of all kinds, with other attractions interesting to sportsmen. a7 2m*r KENNEBEC ANtTBOSTON. " ~~ " xgM Thr new and splendid steam* J. W. fl. . MOND, Nathiniel Kimball, master, will jEmbJHhEss leave the north tide of T. wharf, Boston, every Tuesday and Friday evening at 7 o'clock, for Gardiner and Hallowell; and returning will leave Hallowell on Mondays and Thursdays at 2\ P. M.,landing each way at Bath. Fare from Boston to Hallowell, $.1 00 .M " " Bath, 2 60 Stages will be in readiness on the arrival of the boat at Hal lowell, to convey passengers to Augusta. Waterville, Bangor. Belfast and Quebec. Persons travelling for pleasure will find few pleasanter routes than this one to Quebec, as it runs through a country abounding in beautiful scenery?the roads are good, and the hotels well kept?the distance 210 miles, jy 10 2m*c EVENINCTLlNE FOR ALBANY DIRECT, /CI At seven o'clock, P. M., frmn the steamboat mk- pier between Courtlandt and Liberty streets. " ? mm The ateamboat gOUTH AMERICA, Capt. L. W Urninard, Iwtei the above pier Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at atten o'clock, P. M. The steamboat ROCHESTER, Capt. A. 8t. John, leavea the above pier Tueaday, Thursday and Saturday afternoon, at teveu o'clock. Thr above boats are new and tnbatantial are finished with elegant alate rooms, and in every reaiwctareu nsnrpaased among the Hudson River steamers. For paaeage or freight, apply on board, or to P. CTSCHULTZ, At the office on the what I, or on board, Passenger! raking thia line of buala, will at all titnea arrive at Albany in time for the first train of e.ara for the caat end weat. ____ iyt OPPOSITION LINE FOR ALBANY. FARE REDUCED! '. FREIGHT TAKEN AT REDUCED PIliCES. r^bn .?- The commodimia 9t?amb at WASHINGfl. trt..'. J?TON. Captain J. M. Brown, having made 3C--HUJE-.iriang. iii.Mita to eh tngr her days of leaving New York, will hereafter leave the foot ul Rohinaon street. New York, every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday afternoon, at J o'clock, antl Albany, every Monday,Wi dneadav, and ICriil,v afirriiooti .i a oVturk Undone on her passage each wav at the foot of fr.imirtnnd street, Newhuittfi, Pouxhkeepsie, Kingston Point, Cattskill and Hudson. For freight Oltmnn, apply to the Captain on hoard, or to D. RANDOLPH MAHTIn. No. im West aire, t. au2?>lm?r .Mg 41 ONLY KKOCLAIl < iPPOMTI->\ Full C-if ALBANY?Landing at the foot of Ham _C?J1 r m mil atrert, Nrwburgh, Piiuithkeepaie, hi.ifc?t. n Point, Catskill and Hudson, and at the llailroad Depot in Albany taring the rtprnac fiom Boat to Depot. Cabin Passaae SI ? Berths 10 Cents. Leare ve? York, Monday. YV due,day and Frill y. ' Aib-nv. Tue-day, Thursday and Saturday. The Rtmmli. i t W AVK, Caiit.ain Vanderbili, will I,are th> So ainh >nt I i rat t hi foot of R ihinaon (treat, this Al'trrtioon. Wednesday, Sept. Nth, t 4 o'clock. For passage or freight, apply on hoard. Light freight taken 1 w. ______ L11 3l*r,: C>\L AFLOAT?200 tons superior quality Hootch Coal for sale bv OLOVLRk McMURRAY, 100 Tine at. cor. of South. E NE NEW MEDICINES. THE NEW YORIv COLLEGE OF MEDICINE P H A RAM A C Y . ESTABLISHED FOR THE SUPPRESSION OF QUACKERY, I_T AS met with the moit unprecedented success since ill coin A1 mcncement, particularly from thr unfortunate victimi ol unprincipled pretenders, who are now duly gaining strength and Tiifor under the judicious treatment of the College. The following preparations liaee already obtained a celebrity uupar.alelbd iu the annals of medicine. THE U.NIUVALLTEI) TONIC MIXTURE. A certain cure for all furina of dysj>e|>sia, low spirits, loss ol apiM'tite, lassitude, cutaneous eruption*, uiii-ral debility, predisposition to roiisuiii|ition, and all complaints arising Irom a disarrangement of the nervious system. It may be also used Willi great success in cases of fever and ague, and as a preventative ta yellow fever. Sold in borrles at $1 and $2 each. THE ANODYNE LINIMENT. fr or the cure ot rheumatic pa ns, colic, bruises, sprains, spinal disease, nervous headache, pains ill the joints, and immediate and permanent relief guaranteed, "old ,u bottles, 76 els each. THE PARISIAN ALTERATIVE MIXTURE. For the cure of all cases o( a delicate dist ase, or for pains in the bones, eruptions, sore throat, or auy other distressing sym|itoms, produced bv an injudicious use of mercuiy, or by quackery. Sold in Vutles at SI and $2 each. THE AMERICAN ANTIBILUUS CATHARTIC PILL. For the cure of all derangemeuti of the liver, purifying tin lood, exciting the whole alimentary canal to Ucalthy action, nd giving new vigor to the vital powers. This medicine is ntirely superceding the drastic purgatives of the uoatrum THE FEMALE RESTORATIVE PILL. For the cure of those complaints |>ertiliar to the female sei, and to restore and preserve the regular action of tlir female organs, with lull directions and cautions as louse, and sold iu boxes at SI. -40 cents, - ml 24 cents each. Sill ASTLEY COOPER'S PILL. For 'he cure of cutaneous eruptions, gout, chronic rheutna lism, and to improve the tone of the digestive organs. THE FRENCH ANTIPHLOGISTIC MIXTURE. Guaranteed to > ure gonorrhoea, gleet, and all mucopurulent discharges from the urethra. Sold ill bottles at 40 cents and #1 each. THE PAPILLARY HEALING POWDER, Forthecureof sore nipples, and superficial -scoria!ions of the skin. Sold in closely stO)7t phials at 50 cents each. The above preparations may alio be had of the following sub-agents iii this city:? J. W. Basset, CU Jroadway. Dr. E. M. Onion, IT7 Bowery. Klias L.Thrall, ilil Grand street. Wm. Armstrong,. 181 Fulton street, Brooklyn. Principal office of the College for New York, at 97 Nassau treet. anSJtnr Bi ^wl P.R1CHAHDS0N. Agent BRISTllL'S SARSAl'ARILLA. \A ANUKACTl'RKD and sold by the proprietor, C. C. a'A BRISTOI . Buffalo, and for sale by his A sent, WILLIAM BUHGLH, Wholesale Druggist, No*. Ml au S2 (Jortlandt sL and 188 Greenwich at. and by the principal Diuggists throughout the Union. This pre|>aration has now been before the public about seven years, during which lime its reputation lias been steadily and rapidly advancing, until its present and deserved celebrity has been attained?nor is it stationary nt even this altitude of estimation, aa the evidence of each succeeding day clearly eviuces. Many of the first Physicians in the ccuntrv nave voluntarily borne witness to its superior efficacy of value, as their written certificates, now in the possession of the proprietor, will show. Testimonials almost innumerable, from i?-rsous who have been benefitted by its use, or have seen its medicinal virtues tested by their friends, are also in possession of Mr. Bristol, which prove how many, how various, Hid how extreme have been the instances in which, by its operation tlrr sick and the almost despairing have been restored to heditli nut liappines . BRISTOL'S SAR8APARILLA is a rare and invaluable combination ol vegetable remedies of established medical value, and from its peculiar |<ro|>ertiea is almost infallible in all complaints that arise Irom impurities of the blood, fiom the morbid actio?) <1 the absorbent and glandular systems, from constit j tonal idiosyncracies, hereditary predisposition, an 1 It general all chronic and lung standing lufirmities and triegularitirs of the human frame. Te enumerate all the diseases in which it has been fouud to be a sovereign remedy, would be to make this notice much too lengthy, and we can only here suggest lo the reader the value and inqiortance of this preparation, and refer him to advertisement< in the public papers for more detailed intelligence respecting ill efficacy, in nearly all cases of complaint except those of the most ordinary' or endemic and epidemic diaiuttr, The proprietor desires only to have attention generally directed to this article, confident that its rare virtues only need be known to be appreciated; that it will stand the test of any trill and that increased usefulness, and added popularity, must be the ditect result of its more exletiued acquaintance. Among the numt rous letteri daily received by the proprietor of Bristol's 8arsa|>arlla, lbs following is selected, merely to show how this article is regarded: and the increasing demon! for this invaluable Medicine by the dealers in this city, as the application comes from the well known house of A. B. St I). Hands, Druggists, of tins city, who have since advertised their ow n article to the whole world, shows conclusively that the article is all it purports to be. (COPY.) Nkw York, April 20, 1812. Mr. C.C. Bristol, Buffalo, N. Y. Dl \R SiH? We have beeu selling during the year past considerab'e quanti.ies of your Extract af Sarsaparilla, ami think from the account we bear of its I irtuei from I hoar who have used it, that the ?ale in thia city may be much increased bv pa) iug it mora atteution in advertising. Our arrangements arc such with the different |>a|ien that we can have advertisements inserted on much better terms than most others pa. and more conspicuously. If you would like to make an arrangement w ith IM IM selling it more extensively, we think it could be made of much advantage to us both. We have now four different stores, three of them in the best location in the city for retailing, and one for wholesaling, and our facilities are sach as will enabl- us to disl>ose of more of it, perhaps, than any oilier house. We shall he much pleased fo hear from you on this subject, or if you visit New York in the course of a month or so, to see you at our sloie 78 Fulton street. Yours, very respectfully, X. B. St 6. SAND8. OPINIONS FROM MEDICAL GENTLEMEN. Buffalo, Aug. 12, 1837. We are acquainted with the preparation of Saisaparllla, ma nufactured by C. C. Bristol, and having made use of it more or less in our plkclice. believe it to contaiu the nc ive principle of Sarsaparilla, in a highly concentrated foim.andasa preparation we esteem it as one of the baat we havp ever m?* with. J TKOWHKIDOE, MD CYRKNIUS CI1AP1N.MD Oil AS WINNE, M D MOSES BRISTOL. M D JOSI All BARNES M D J E MARSHALL. M D J r. HAWLEY, M D AS SlR*OUE, M D A MILLER, M D F L HARRIS, M D H R 8TAGO. From Doctots Weill and Cheney, resident Physicians at Canandaigna:? Cahandakica, Dec. 27, 18.78. We have frequently prescribed Mr. C C Bristol's preparation of Smapurilla, in our practice, and hare always found it to answer an ixeelieut purpose in rases where Sarxa|>aril!a was applicable. Our knowledge of the article has not been limited, and we can freely say that is the best preparation of Sars ipaiills we have evet used. uif'usun urn is \i iv K VV CHEENY, M D. The following *xtract of a letter from Dr. J. A. Hyde, one of tlie oldest and inostrespectable practitioners in the western section, is giretn : Younostown June ii, 1838. Mr. C. C. Bristol?Dear Sir: I am nearly out of Sarsaparills again, and, if you please, you may send me two dozen bottles, by staice or cars, directed to me at this place. I hate freipieuily prescribed your Compound Fluid Extract ol Sarsaparilla for a few year* past, with much advantage, in chronic diseases, especially in Scrofuia andohstiuitt cutaneous affections, attended Willi scrofulous htbit. Also, insecoudary syphilis; and ill chronic iteneral debility, from almost any cause. It generally proves useful. I think your Fluid Eitract the best preiwratioit of Strsauaiilla I ever used. With anuch respect, yours, truly, J. A. HYDE. From Duels. Hoyt St May * Palmyra, July 2, 18(1. Mr. C. C. Bristol?Sir : We hase used your Extract of Sarsaparilla in our practice, and for diseases arising from an impure state of the blood, and as a general renovator of the system we esteem it as the best article now in use. D. D. HOYT. M. D. WM. MAY, .M. D. From Dr. A. Miller Hosts:, July 24, 1841. I am acrpttinted with the preparation of Sarsaparilla manufactured by_C. C. Bristol, of Buffalo, and having made use ol I in my practice, believe it to contain the active principle of Sitaapariria in a Inithly concentrated form, and as a preparation, I esteem it as the best 1 have ever met with. A. MILLER, M. D. From Dr. S. C. Noyes: Collins, F.rie Co., July 5, 1841. I have been Acquainted with Bristol's Sarsaparilla lor a number of yesr?s, and nave very frequently prescribed it in my practice. and Iiavc invariably found it to answer the dvsiied effect. i ,,l.r 11... r..imlAli?l< of ft.* .article # .fabli.li.il a.?l u. i...rc the genuine can be obtained, 1 have no hesitation insaying that a trial of its virtues will sustain my opinion. 8. C. NOVE8, M. D. From Dr. A. P. Curtis : Attics, Oenesee Co., July 3, 1811. I have frequently presoribed Bristol's Sarsaparilla in my practice, and liavr no hesitation in recommrndinic i t a< an article possessing all of the active principle of Sarsaparilla, and as a lurparatmn, I think it the best one 1 have evei im t with. A. P. CURTIS, M. D, Oswroo, May 6, 1811. We certify that we attended Julia Ann Van Donxer daring her sickness, and we base no hesitation in saying that her recovery tnay be attributed to the use of U.istrd's Sarsaparilla. P. II. H A HI) M. 0. H. K. THL'KBKR, M. I). (A atateineiit of the above case may be seen by ea ting on Mr. WM. BURGER, JO Courtlaudt st.Ji Dsnis.rr, July 2, 1811. We, the undersigned, physicians, residing in Uarienand Bennington, hating treated Mr. E. Cross liuiing his illness, know the above statement nfhircwe to hetni- in all particulars, and we have not the least hesitation in ascribing his cure to the use of Bristol's Sarsaparilla. Indeed, we are assured that this me dicnic was the menu of rutirelv arresting and eradicating the disease. IRA CROSS. M D. ERASTl S CROB8, M. D. D.snirv, Jolt 2, till i. We, the undersigned, are particularly acquainted with Mr. E. Cross, and are fully acquainted with the facts as drawn up in the anovr statement, wnich we uelieve to be correct in all reaped!, and we are assured that It was was through the agency of Bristol's Sarsaiwsrilla thai Ids cure was effected. STEPHEN KINO, P. M. Danen centre. JONATHA N 1)1 ItKEE, Justice of the Peace. HIRAM H.CHAPIN. . , ? ALANSON FISHER, Justice of the Peace. H. P. HUTCHINSON. J. H. FLAGLER. A i.ton, January 17. 1812. I have been lately the physician to Mr. Maynard, and was called to see hitn during his tlltirss, some time in the month of August or September last, and I must say I was much surprised and astonished to see Mrs. Maynard officiating as nurse, and attending to his wants while he was sick. Her -ase was one tost I was conversant with hut never prescribed for; it was Procidentia, and for the most iwrt of sewn or i fgM year* she had been obliged to be conveyed about the Imnse and nursed in a cradle constructed ior the purpos-. Until she commenced the use of Bristol's Sarsapaiilla her disease resisted the brat medical treatment. I was frequently called to i! ? i '"l" in ner CM, tmt the dlaraae had aasiimeo Mich a rorm that my opinion waa, thtt medicine would hare no ettect in prorfueinir ac ire. . k *.mi^r.'e?Ly J her recovery i? entirely attribuUlde to the uaeol Bristol's SanapviHi. JOHN M. HAHRINOTON. M. D. I have been one of the eitenditia P^ erp^!?J|??"M^/\i*7nard for eight ye*" put. wu I'rolnptu, Uttri of an agll'ivatedchamrter, in re-ined all the uruti laid down iu our tnoat eminent lutliou. In htiditlou to remedial aicuta recommend, d, I |Te?cril>e. ranoiM luatrumeiiti to no eifect 1 em clearly ol the opinio I that her cure may be attributed to the use of Briatol a Sareipar.lla. GROVE 0. OAGE, M. D. At.Dr.fr. January 17,1IH2. We have been acquit ited with the circumatancea of Mra > Mayuard't lickueaa lor eignt yeara paat, have alwaya under W YO YORK. SATURDAY MOR stood her case as being t eyond the reach of medicine, and have been surprised withii. the pint year to see her about, and we are assured that her rutoverv is .tli ibuublc entirely to the oar ol Bristol's Bmaparill We iri further acquainted \> 11 h the fart, that tor five ye rrs of the time of her sic sues*, she was obliged to be onveye ? from one place to another in the arms of her husband, audit fact, when she was moved at all. JO1* K PH FII v KM A V Judge Erie Co. C. Pleas. 11 OKA* ESI A N L K Y, J ustice of the Peace. ii LlTrHF( ' LP, Postmaster. DEXTER KA ELL, Supervisor. S. II. Bl'TLEK. I. P. JACOBS. JOHN R8TABROOK8. A history of lie above cases nny he stii by calling as above. \Fr??m tin* B itfilo Com nerciai Advertiser, Nov. ?i, 1811 ] n Extraordinary Cask.?The article below is from the pen of nii> ot iii moot u!' li i^i ut no -Ilea! ni.'ii, whose menti are entitled to the fullest confidence. The case lie details is r ally a r markable one. and might well have been tui? posed beyond the powyrof m dicine. Satemciit of the Physician w ho visited the Patient inuerton,* and w ho was ?t the time oue of the Editors of the Commer rial Advertiser. frit is rare indeed that fallen humanity is made to eiperieitre from the hand of Providence so much severe and protracted suffering, and such calamitous and shocking mutilation, as has fallen to the lot of James Wycaoff, a l?d 15 ye its of age, now livii g in the town of Clarence in thia county. James is tlie son of a farmer, th? offspring of healthy and reputable parents, who have a uuinerous funny of robust children. Without nny assignable cause, he was suddenly deprived of the sense of hearing some ten years since, which was soon followed by what w is probably an attack of the dry gangrene. This rapidly des'royca first tne palate, the bones ??? trie roof of too raoqth, ind then i considerable portion of thi upper Jaw, upper lip, and ihe wh?le.*>f the uofle, both holies and cartifoge, as well ms integuments,. It would be difficult to isimiine in what way a inor# uturightly deformity rould be impressed upon the 'human face divine." This frightful disease craaed its r*?ai{c*s ob the lace after several montls, to reucw them again, in other parts of the system with greater and tnoie destructive aev rit\. 8ome tyro years ago, a " black spot."?,vs the intelligent tno* ther of this most unfortunate ch?ld tola tho writer of uit?wu obsen dund r the .. it) of# aeh big too* This omisou i|Mvf ance whs the precursor of a second attack of pangrrne, which gradually extended over each foot and leg to within four inches of the fusee. A. sonutation theu took id oe, ind in die course ??: tun* b >th I mil's di? pued off Th II m rs of tht right hand were then attacked by this constiti?in, malady, w hich extendi d to within a few inches of the shoulder, and ?t l-ngih the right arm tell to the ground like the dea l branch of a living t.cc. The disc m then showed itself it th elhowofth left urcn, and on t'u- left shoulder, producing extensive exfoliation of the bones, & \ The integuments of the light side, near the centre of the libs, .1 ud of the right eye, w? re also affected with the same destroy ing complaint in its incipient stages. On examining the hoy, who, notwithstanding he is deaf and mute, is really intelligent mid sprightly, the greatest marvel to us whs, h w ir was possible for a constitution so very feeble and lifeless, th.tt the system was rapidly filling to pieces from the deathof its | urts, could when reduced to a Ntiv/MlMf ofhum&rHty, hold out, and prolong for years a miserable existence. strange as it may seem, we found this pi?;ce of a child sitting at the oinner tablt with the rest of the family, and feeding himself with meat, potatoes, bread, and tn? like, with, an evident relish of the hearty meal. His stumps of limbs, which lately presented a hideous mas? of eating ulcers, are now healing over kindly, and nothing hut the scars are left o tell the 11 jury done to 1 ho ft shoulder, end the parts that surround tho light ej c, the lower jaw, and the fragmt nts of ears still growing on the head, the appearance of which we shall not attempt t" deacri ? The certain check given to this terrible spreading and hopeless malady?the removal of the intense protracted |w?insevtr excited by irritable I'ungeous llesh connected with dead animal matter?tlie quiet sleep, increased strength, and stable coiivalesence so manifest.ill the person of James?were all, and douhtles jtltlly, attributed by his mother to the exclusive > "r, lor the last six weeks ??f reuul.tr portions of Mr. C. C. BRISTOL'S SARSAPARILLA. Those who have witnessed the truly; auspicious, and most unexpected effects of this medicine in this very extraordinary case, are 11 aniinous in the opinion thai bad it been early administ red whon ttu disease was comparatively, small and fcebb*, and the constitution sound and vigorous, it could not have failed to jin vent one of the greatest calamities that can bef I a human being. CllRTIFK ATK OK Ocif. MANSKIRLD. MR. C. C. BRISTOL?I have been acquainted with Peter Wyckuff for more than twenty years, and have known his son James from his infancy to this day, atnl I do hereby certify than the facts set forth in the above, from the Commercial Advertiser, arc correcL_ . . ORANGE MANSFIELD, P. M., Nov. 2Cth, 1811. North Clarence, Erie Co. Bloomvii ld, Oakland Co., Mn., July 21, 1811 Mcurt. Joliu Owen Ik Co., Detroit: Quit.?Some time in the year 1832, I attacked with what wu called by tome of my attenritngj'hviicians, thu King'i Evil. I immediately applied to a Dr. Thompson, who said it must be cut out: I then applied to another physician who ordered blistering. During my sickness 1 employed eitrht different iihysicians, and by one I was advised to have ray arm amputated, which I declined. lathe year 17, mortification set in, when I applied to a root doctor, who appeared In help it some. Ill that year 1 sold a span ol horses and two cows, and spent the whole of it, say SIM, which only served to keep it back. 1 have used almost cveiy thing I could hear of, without any (treat benefit. In July last, a cure was alt" mpted by a person who, like all others, tailed. The eipense of all this has been at least $500. Front about lour inches below the shoulder, to about the middle of the fore arm, there have !> en at least IWetl y holes, many of them as large as a silver dollar, and half an inch deep. In February. 1812, I accidentally rime across a wrapper from a bottle of Bristol's Harsaparil'a, and made oy iny mind to try llu- medicine. On the I5lh day of that month, I commenced using it, and used a bottle a week for iwoor three months,when I fonnd myself to all appearance completelv cured. At any raie, since that lime I have not felt any pain from it. No sores have appeared, anil it seems |>erfeclly sound, and I ran labor with it as well asw ith the other arm. I am so well satisfied of its superiority over every tliinti elie that I have tiled, that I most earnestly recommend tny tierson to h-giu using it immediately who may be similarly altlicted. Y< urs, truly, WILLIAM I'KARSALL. Persons who have any doubts of the rfficary of this medicine, are invited to call en any of the folio win/ City References before purchasing the article John Giles, 301 Pearl street. Thomas Ho/an, 200 Stanton street William W. Randolph, 573 Fourth street Lloyd Bryant, No. 1 Avenue C. Wm II. Siiitemcrs.99 Cedar street Mr. Johnson, 2 i James street William Slehbius, corner of Rivin/ton and Ridge its. Ric ard Smith. 82 Clinton street Robert H. Gordon, 13 Orange street Mrs. A. Hodge, 39 Rid.c St et William WiLon, 66 Lewis street M. Vande water, 311 Madison street Lemuel Lelaml, 80 Hudson street I. G. Herd, 113 Fulton street, Brooklyn Mrs. Ward, M Bayard street J. W. Henderson, 378 Grand street James McUill, 336 Grand street H. B. Knapp, 21 Avenue B?house 501 Fourth street John Culver, 191 Slauton street\Cs~ I oo not wish any one to purchase this medicine until they fully satisfy themselves that all that is said of it i? true ; if. therefore, they w ill take the trouble to call on Mr. Burger, 'hi .it111 indt street, or at Milhau's H3 Broadway, they can examine sulmuutiated testimony in addition to the above, which will prove conclusively that the article is whit it pttrnortito be% C.C. BRISTOL. Cautio*.?As the fame of this wonderful medicine extends, numerous (.reparationsare springing up to reap a part ol its repnta'ion. The afflicted therefore rhould be careful, il they wislt the true article, to ask for Bristol's, and see tliat the win i i k."i signature or u. u dkdtol if across me corg 01 ine bortle. For sale by reputable Druggists ami Ageuta throughout the couu ry. William Burger, Wholesale Agent, 50 Conrtlandt street, and IfR Greenwich street, and at r. tail at the following places: Milhm's Pharmacy, U:i Broadway ; Riiiliton and Aspinwall, 1)0 Broadway. 116 Wiillim street, and lu Aator Home; lames Synae, VI. D., 61 Bowrery, ; Robert Legrett M. D., 17 Avenue I) ; B. Quackenbush, 709 Greenwich street, and A. Hill. 208 Greenwich at. all linr* SELF COCKING PISTOLS. BLUNT U. SY.VIS, ImiMirtrra and Manufacturera, No. 45 Chatham street, have ou hand a Lrge assortment of the Six Barrels It Revolving Sell Cocking Pocket Pistols. These pistols have the advantage over a'l, others of the kind by the imimssihility of losing the caps, the nipples being placed in a horizontal direction,and the.e being no cock in the way to present taking aa coirect sight as with the ordinary pistol or (tun. The above pistols can be furnish- d lower thsn any others in the market, at wholesale or retail. We have as great a variety of other kinds ot Pistols as ran be found, with Killes, U. 9, Muskets, for shipping and military: Prize Mnskt ts, do: Fowling Pieces, single and double; extra large size di.utile and single (tuns for ducking, together with Powder, Shot, Flasks, Bags, Caps, Locks, Barrels, Ike., Sec., in large or small quantities. N. B.?Country dealers are requested to call ana cstinine our aaaortment before purchasing elsewhsre. s8 2tn*r EPICURES! EPICURES! EPICURES'. rPHF. Subscriber, formerly known as one of the firm of Blew A .and Ten F.yck, of No. 8 Broad street, having opened a house No. 564 Broauwaya few doors helnw Niblo's Garden, where he sidll continues to serve up all the Delicacies of the Season, viz?Game. Poultry, Fish, fee. Sic., together with his celchratcil Mill Pond. Shrewsbury and all choice Oysters fresh or pickled, whichohtained the premium at the last Annual Fair at Niblo's. Having fitted up i saloon,unequalled in the city, where gentlemen and their families visiting Niblo's, can, with the greatest propriety, have served up to their comfort and salisfaclion^uch refreshments as they may call for on reasonable terms. N. H.?Cltibs and Private Parties wishing rooms, can oe accommodated aa above, by t7 lm*r JOSEPH TEN EYCK, A. PASTOR'S HAIR OIL. /"vR, COMPOUND ESSENTIAL OIL OF ALMONDS

\J _ Fortlalr ying d uidrtlf ami pr i enl nig tin hair from coming out or turning, prepared by Antonio Pastor.Hair Cutter, 165 Greenwich street, New >om. This illimitable oil, has hern the product of tweuty-lonr year* of experience, and for the last sixteen years in New Yor.i, wlmre I hare been practicing oitlie Hair Cutting bnsinesa, and the public may rely on it, thai A. Pastor's Compound Oil is the wholesomest and nest Oil for the Hair?makes it grow tliiek and long, prevents its falling off or turning grey, unit even if hair has h -gnn to turn grey, is such a nourislirr to the hair, that by use it will restore it to its natural color Also prevents hair from becoming shaded, and if hair has alr.ady shaded, which is a great disfigurement to young ladies, .ami if used for a short time, U will restore it to its nalura color, clear the scurf, and keep the head and hair cleau,ummotr evebrows and whiskered. A liberal discount made to wholesale purchaser*. Price JO cent* per bottle, biglilr perfumed. A. PASTOR, sfl JwV 115 Greenwich sf. N. V 1v ERRApIn I.UNCiL ?Ooitrmonde' Woi Vise ; 1'housands ol our good cits. lovers of good I ire, lure b*e n for MM weeks past suffering severe disappointment from the closing of the far-famed "Terrapin Lunch." The "fitful f r.r, ii now. however, over, ami attain may they "feed | well," (or be it known thai the John Adams, of Knickerbocker memory, "hangs hie fiat" u-> at the Ti rrspin ; elao the pro- , lirietor.oneofthe finest little fellows n Christendom, y'cle|it | WJ Larr. Now, thru, smack your Iijk ye corinoraiita in the I T irtle Soup anil -leak line, the mantle of'Sanity,' baa fallen i apon John, t* perfection, 10 (Ki ll eahtiK inil Ilrnikintc til I' I" i ssiin guaranteed at the Terrapin. A auntie look into the obi 'lee Bor," will appear** the hnuiter of him with the abort purae, and a taste of the genuine r.t half the old prices will tickle the palate of the veriest anchorite. Pine (Jret u Tulle served up this day, and every day during fhe season. *1 * tr AI'HALLENUt. TO THE WOKLU.-DH. J. GHA?, i OCULI?T, No. 221 Division street. New York, from the i city of London?the only inakrrofthe Artificial Human Eye in i the United States, respectfully informs those persons that hat had the misfortune to hare lost one of their eyes, that he can i place , n artitii id eye in, so es to open, shut, ami move in the i head, vi'hoot pain either in filing or wearing, at a moderate , price. Dr. J Gray chall* nges the world to produce models ( npial t.> his of different diseases ol the Human Eye, made by * himself, which cvn be seen at his residence. , Dr. J. Gray gives advice, gratis, on all complaints of the eye, | from# o'clock until 10every morning, Sundiys excepted. i N. B,?Artificial Teeth set in first late etyle, from one to a * whole set, at a reduced price. * A single Tooth, with Silver plate, $1 JO?Do with Q->ld, $3. If Iw'r n()>K. I- OK Till-. CltOTON WAlP.lt P utt -s . r.A .l Bo us. Water Boats, Eire Engines, !tr.?JOHN H. , B! IWIE, 2) J arob sir* ?t, has n >w on hand every description , of Leather Hose of the best onality, at lowest prices. * J II. B. m mtifac'iires the leather frit hit Hose, he is, there! fore, enabled lo sell the same as low si any one. s!2 Iw'rJ, t iRK I NING. SEPTEMBER 17, MISCELLANEOUS. HOUSE OF REFRESHMENT. No. l! ANN STRKET.. Proprietor of this establishment continues, a* heretoI fore, to supply hi* customers with the deli m esofthe c ion, served up in the best manner. The quality of the viands, and hi* very moderate chariccs, are evident from the llsllerinii Wi'mria.'e which the public ire pleased daily to award him is eflfo ti'hall be, a* ihey h?.ve heretofore been, to merit its continuance, and to secure to his house that reputation for ei celltuce and ac *Ofnmodation which ir has for so Ions a time lnaintainen. A*the Proprietor is no longer coutucted with any , other establishment, ne will pay his sole and undivided attention to the best interests of tin i home, and spare no pains for the maintenance of it* well-earned reputation. s!4 lm*r Loan of $2io.udo To fay a urea races to Contractor. anil Other. ou the I'uMir Work..?The Coininioionti. ofthe Canal Fund, by virtue of thr act t-nlitird "An act in provide for paying the debt and pmrrvitiK the credit of nit* ov?r, i'??cu ua cn sv, iuu, iiereoy give notice, that sealed proposals will be received until Wednesday, the 28th ,U, M September in*uum i I ('clockin tin tftiraoou of tail diy, for d loan of Twti Hundred and lift; Thousand Do Hani, for which tramferrable certificate* of stock will be issued, in the nam* of THE PEOl LE OK THE ST A IK OK NEW YORK, hiarins into reii i the rate oil pei cent per uinum, payable quarterly, and the principal reiinburaable at the ideasure of the Commissioners of the Canal Fund after the 1st July, 1819. It is to he understood, that the Commissioners are to be m liberty to take a less sum, if the offers are not such ?s in their opiiuou are advantageous to the interests of the Slate. The proposals may be for the whole i?r any part of Mid loan not let* than si" (N0; ill proi < la to a la dad ip and endora* ed ' Loan to pay Arrearages to ( outractors ana others on the Public Works," and enclosed in an envelope, directed to die Comptroller nt Albany. Th inouev is to b?; d-posited in the City of New York or Albany\aa shall be directed by the Commissioners. The stock w ill be issued at the Manhattan Company, after 1st October, but to bear interest froui the da.e of the dtqmsite on the money. The stockholders resiling in the 1st and 2d Senate Districts, und those residing out ot the State, will receive the mt rest on the stock held by them, quart rly. at the Bank of the Maultai tan Company iti the city of New York ; all other stockholders at the New York Slate Bank iu the city of Albany. Dated Canal Department, Albany, ) September 12. 1312. \ A. C. FLA (JO, Comptroller. S. YOUNG, Secretary of State. GEO. P. DAKKEK, Attorney General. NATHANIEL JONKS. Surveyor General. 14 to M r THOMAS FAKH1NGTON, Treasurer. _ COX'S FURNISHING STORES, !J MAIDK.N LANK AND BROADWAY. J A 1. COX beg respectfully to inform their friends, and lious'keepera generally, that they are now opening a very extensive amort n nt of choice newi la, coneisuns oi Girandoles for cudi?i( Lamm <>i every description, mk mantel Clocks and Clocks for kitchen use, table aud line Cutlery, Jammneiy, PI IU d Wares, Dixon a Si n's Britannia W ire, itii l Fire Irons, block tin Urns, Dish Covers,,Ac. Ac. together -?ith a general Maori m ?>? articles in theiv Hue, which they in induced to offer at very low prices for dull. IVrsons about to purch.au should not omit to call and exam- I ine for themselves. A large assortment of the newly invented "Patent Solar Lamps," just received. They continue to manufacture Silver Ware in all its variety. N. 13. They also beg to inform their fiiends and the public generally that th v have opened at 319 Broadway, corner of Leonard street, a branch of their establishment, where any ol the above articles can be had at the stme prices as at 16 Maiden lane, They have for sale, a new article of Polishing Powder.superior to any thing hitherto discovered for cleaning silver and plated ware, plate glass, Ac. *10 2wr MEWS! NEWS !?ENGLISH NEWSPAPERS? UN * Bell's Life in London." " Illustrated News." 11 Punch,"?" Squib"?M Satirist,"Ike. Full file. are receiveduy every Steamer, and for sale at the News Office, No. 4 Ann street, New V rk. Persons residing in Can id a, will find this a desirable place to send their order* lor aiv papers published on tlie Continent. A Letter Bag is kept here for the Liverpool Steamers, and a pirial messenger despatched to Boston. Tr.e/* Artist," a monthly Ladies' Book, $3 per year?2 shillings single cony, is for sale here. The Whig Monthly Review, (now in press,) $.? 00 per year ; single numbers AO cents. Agents supplied at reasonable rales for all of the foregoing works. E. B. TUTTLE, Agent. sit lm crnl*? N<?. 4 Aim strict* N. Y. HIGHLY IMPORTANT. " HTO MERCHANTS AND BANKERS?It should be irnA pressed on the minds of even merchant end bniiker, that his wnole fortune may depend on his preserving his hooks arid p ipers in case of lire, Thin g? neral uestruc ion of book sale* in the great fire in 1835, led to the i?\cdtionol the celebrated Salamander Safe w hicri has repeatedly bean proved to be fire proof. Tlie great objection to Stiammder Safes hitherto lis* been, th it they are damp and will mould the hoods .uid papers kept thein ; this is now obviated in the Safe Known a* Roherts/ii Richardson's Improved Salamander? which is warranted to be dry as well a* lire proof. Annexed is the certificate ol thi comin ttee on the trial of this safe:? New York, Aug. 30th, 1812. We, the undersigned, attended by request a trial by lire ol Robertson 6t Rich's Salamander SalV and Scott's Patent Asbestos Hale. Tne trial wis made in a furuace of great pom r inult for the purpose, at the foot of Wall street, on the 20th inst. The principil object was to teat tlie fire proof qualities of Robertson Ik Ri h's Saf . The sales were placed in a furnace, and I 'if tun lighted at a qiiartei to 11 A.M., and ciitiiuied till I P.M. In opening tits fjaniaceat 11 ' time, * colt VSaJt, with it ?cou* tents, was found to be completely destroyed, but Robertson Ik Rich's Safe to be in perfect ordei; the iron at the lower part of Robertson aud Rich's safe was discovere to have melted off, leaving he Salamander Preparation loin and entire; iu removing tin sale,before the tire was entirely extinguished,the bottomw.i;i .?. ideally forced ? !V by its adl 1 ring t-> Uta ?< of the Aumm, thereby exposing the inuer case t? the lire, part ol'the pa >ers were consequently burned,and the rein tinder slightly *cniched. The heat was so interuse tnat the w roughl iron frame, t? e Cast iron wheels of the site, aud even the bricks of the furnace melted, yet tin* greater part of the indiogany case rennius sound and iiniiijured. During the live hours the lire was burning, lour and a half loads of pine wood and ninety-six bushels of charcoal were consume '. The preservation of any of the pa|*rs in such tn intense heat for Ave ours i* conclusive evidence that this sale would be proof agjimt tire iu the burning of auy store or warehouse.? Judging from the res ill ?f this esi?erimeiit,we think RoberUoii and Rich*! Bale < qa tl to any > el ini anted foi the preaei ratkia of books and papers from fire, and entitled to the confidence of the community. inHV W I.KAVITT. EjDVHURLBUT, ' J. B. YARN CM. ihr 1 r av itnessed the trial alluded to in the forrgoiug statetneut, 1 am v ry certain that KoberUou it Hit h'a '.'treat would have escaped nm nncd from any liuaae burning I ever |>ersoually witnessed, even in the moat rx|>otcd siiuat'on. JOHN U. WINTER. A. S. MARVIN. Sole Agent, a 15 lrn*r No. IJ8H Water at., N. V. SILK BANNERS, Kc. IJTANNINGTON k CO., 291 Broadway, near Read street, n K(.>|iectfully inform the Order of I. O. of O. K., and their trie nds generally, lint they are now joe tarred to execute ordera for Flags and Bante r* in the moat superior atyle for Weauty, durability, and economy, having Hilka made for the express occasion that will make the larKest bauuera without disfiguring it with a aeain. Specimens and Designs can be aeon at their Eatabliahment, 393 Broadway, or aent to any part of the Onion. Kor atyle, design, ami execution of worka of the kind, We re fer to the Getty's Banner, No. II, I, O. of O. F.t as also to Greenwich, No. 40, Harmony, 44, Covenant, 35, I'eraereranee. 17, also Military I ompanies and Sunday School Bauuera, and the aocietiea St. Niehnlaa, New England, St. George, St Antlrewa, St David, Itc kc. Window Shades in great variety, frem SI each to the richest and heat, painted by the most eminent artists. Stained Glass, after the manner of the aticienta, warranted never to change color, with many recent improvements for church windows and other public and private buildings, sleam *nts, packet *hi|*,store windows, Sic Sic. Imitations of Sta.nc d Glass, (tainted on muslin for church winnow ..very el e,c imitation ol the real glass,at a very trilling expense, or ine glass obscured aud painted in brilliant colors, ?rv durable and cheap. iv 17 r THE NEW YORK XYLOGRAPHIC PRESS, 40 MAIDEN LANE, UP STAIRS. TN THE EXTENT of the vaiietirs in this department the a proprietor may safely challenge competition with any other establishment in the world, and has un.>er his owu immediate oiperiiiuiidfiuce the most skilful workmen, and all the r> qoM] e materials fur executing every description of Xylographic Engiavmg and Printing. Original Design* and Plates of every description eveeuied in tin- lirst stv e of ihe art, and beautifully printed in Bronze or Fancy Colors. Druggists, Perfumers, Manufacturers, Groccis and other Labels, cnnitantly on hand, wholesale or retail, and all art cles connected with the trade. Job Printing in evert vsriety of style executed in the best maimer to order, and on the mos' reasonable terms. STEEL PLAtK AND COPPERPLATE ENGRAVING AND PRINTING. _ Notes. Check*, Pm'U, Bills of Exch?n*e. jP^tfincatei of NtocK, do Ue|wftitf, marifci or pro?ci?n?ii?i, wruu.im ??.u ?... tiiiK CarcU, neatly ciiKravcd and printed, at ?' oil notice, anu on tlie most reasonable terms. Tin' lowest possible price if charged tor a II work done at this establishment. All orders from the country piHictiially attended to, and articles ordered, forwarded to any |?art of the United Stales, or I lie Canada*. _ *16 iin r _ C|I\S SHIKLD6*, Pror netor ~ FENCING SALOON AND SHOOTING GALLERY. KMKKS, 413 Broadway, entrance in Lispenard street second door, lately fiom Europe, Professor of the art of Fencing, gives instruction, i1 Fencing ; alto in 'lie use of the straight, crooked, slid I urkiili sword, hunting knife. musket snd bayonet, staff, snd every species of weapons. Gentlemen, lover* of this art, military officers of the atmy, navy, Jir. are respectfully iuvited to call and witness nnfik bitioa i iiis .kill in this useful iad import int art. A splenitis douMe Shooting Gallery, illuininated in the evening, will also he found with su|ierior flwiss pistols?s>-ootMR at a distance of 310 yard*.' aid 3m*r A"CXftTT'TO~THE LADIES. PARIS DRESS-MAKING E9TABL1SIIM ENT-No. 77k East Broadway, om door from Market street.?M RS. W. II. JEFFKHS, late Sliss S. Purser of 233 Broadway, rei|>?ctfolly informs her former customers and the Ladies (enrralli, lliat she has rwcemmrnced the Dress-making Imsv nest at the above-named aatabliaSmaat,where aha will Itmii ne" attention to their service, and confidently assures those ladles who may favor her with thrirpalron i*e, thsl Dre...*, Lioaka. I.ibits, Sic entrusted to her skill, shall he deliver ed so perfect lit style, fit, and fuiish ot workmanship, as not to be ascellaa at in/ot tlie most approved establishments in Broadway,and for much more moderate pnees MRS. W. II. JKKKEHS, 11% East Broadway. N. B.?Matters, Misses and Cliildretn' dresses made to ord.-i it the shortest notice. sll 'm#r i OVE, ( Ol'RTnHlP AND MaKHI AUfc.-Ju.t publithL < d, Berslaids Phvsielogoical Mysteries and Revelation* in Love. Courtship and Marriage, an infallible guide-book for mariied and single iiertoiia, in matters of the utmost im|>ortauce 10 the human race. Amongst the things duly considered inthii work .ire?Causes >1 an I in r?-a lor Ira rennets ; Offspring with mo.trs lor pnrm Hull and increase ; T e arts of beauty and courtship ; The lanyer of solitary practices, and how the hahit may h.- removed ilid its effects cured ; The causes of I,ore of Jealousy, with a etnedy for eradication from tin iniud ilie seeils ol a hopeless. >r an unhappy passion, Stc Stc. Translated Irom the_ third Parisedition, by Philip M. Howard. For sale at 102 Nassau itreet, price 7i cents Orders from the country, enclosing a lollar; directed to HOLLAND St ULOV&K New York rity, mil secure the w ..rn lieintt sent to any part of the Unm d S' if. s sH-lrn'r pjH. CARPENTER'S Old Established Peck Slip Diapeneary, No. t Peck Sim, (near Pearl st.)?Piivate and cranfldenial?separate offices and entrances?poinds are never exposed o each oth?rs ohserratmn. Dr. C. is a Liceutiate of the N?w Pork State Medical Soraetyand has had nearly :;? year* ex; eri-.re. Perfect cures in all cases guaranteed. Charges rea- i*. ilc. sib lm*r , I I F, It A 1842. Puerto Cuhello. [Correipoudenct- of tlir Hrrald.] Puerto Cabeixo, Venezuela, Aug. 'itith, 1H12. Tfif Herald in South America?VVebb ami Marshall ?Gen. Pnez?Ntxt Presidency? Removal of lite Remains of Bolivar?The Ladies. James Gordon Bennett, Esq., Editor of tlie New York Herald :? Dear Sir? Allow ine to congratulate you, now I have leisure, upon the extraordinary success attained already l>v you, in your editorial career. 1 refer to the tremendous c.rculalion of the Herald throughout the I'. States, and even its salutary influence is fell in both hemispheres, wherever this vuluuble paper shews itsell, imparting information, interesting and suited to every class ol people and all capacities, conducted as it is, in a manner so impartial and independent, how can it be otherwise 1 Every word it contains indicates a master-spirit?1 may say, a master-hand, capable of drawing forth the attention and admira tion ol all those who may pass over its columns, upon whatever subject it chooses to touch ; and 1 can assure you, that should you think proper to continue as heretofore, you will be able to revolutionise " that press," and 110 mistake. It is certainly amusing to peruse your " mugmlicent" cuts over the ears of your very particular trieud of the " regular army," with the view of bringing this" otlicer" to Ins right senses us regards good and souud principles; 1 conjecture Marshall of Old Kentucky has, if 1 am rightly informed, given hrtn o! the reg'lars to understand, in an unequivocal manner, " his disapprobation of " that ollicer's" unrighteous conduct Poor fellow, he was to get otl 111 to easy a manner, only receiving a slight wound 111 the " mind." Now toother matters and things. At present this country is in a tranquil state, and the institutions as consolidated as can reasonably be expected, having 110 further back than the years 1&35?ti, passed through the ordeal of u military revolution, or rather insurrection, triumphantly, which speaks volumes for the good sense ol the people in general of this Republic. Something extraordinary, 1 confess, taking into consideration the revolutionary and unquiet character of the inhabitants ol South America at large, inherited undoubtedly trom their European ancestors. The actual President ol Wnp'/iiplti 14 ( rpnprul (imp Vnfnmn 1'n**'# u term ol otlioe expires on the 20th of Jan. 1843, the 2d Bohvar 1 may say, as regards the important services rendered his country in the war ol independence, and a man possessed ofenergetic nerve,combined with a strict love ot justice,which has been the cause ot his having been enabled to command the respect and affection of his fellow citizens; although he cannot boast ot high birth,he has gamed tor himself a character, doing battle tor the liberty ol his coHntrym- n, which can never be lost, and will ever be duly appreciated by his grateful tellow citizens. Notwithstanding the machinations ol his enemies, Ins " envied" high character has procured tor him, lie will be able to ride through triumphantly the storm impending, and whenever the Almighty may withdraw him Irom the laboro of tins world, all and every one of his countrymen will unite 111 giving him his just dues, and* in praising the virtues and acts of their benefactor. The electoral colleges will meet soon, and it will be seen which ol the tiiree candidates lor the next Presidency is the lucky one; their numes are Gen. Carlos t>oubleii (the present Secretary of War), Santos Michelenu, and Diego 1$. L'rbaneja; however, tiiere is a probability no choice will be made in the electoral colleges, it being necessary that one should receive twu-ihirds ol the whole number of votes. In tins ease, of course, Congress will be called U|>on lo exercise tins all uii|H>rtunt trust, und judging from the political caste ol those who will constitute the next Congress, 1 have iio hesitation lo predict,in advance, that General Soublett will be the President ol Venezuela lor the next four years. You, no doubt, have learnt that Gen. liolivur's remains are to be removed from their ob-cure resting place near St Martha, und brought to the native city of this great man, in the month of Nov. next, in compliance with a decree of the Venezuelan Congress of the present year; to carry into effect this laudable and praiseworthy act, this Government has I already given the necessary orders for the repair ot one ot the national vessels of war now lying at this port; in consequence the, workmen have comrnenceU overhauling said vessel, and will very prohubly conclude by the nttddle ot October next; it is understood that so soon as can be made convenient, she will leave this lor La Guayra, at which |Hirt the three commissioners appointed by Government, Generals Rodriguez, del Toro, Mariano Montilla, and Dr. Jose Vargas, to superintend at St. Martliu the disinterment of the remains ol the illustrious and immortal hero, Simon Bolivar, one of the most extraordinary men that ever lived, the liberator and benefactor of the people, which, at the present day, constitute five nations, namely, Venezuela, New Granada, Equador, Peru, and Bolivia, will embark on board, and immediately procetd on to the before mentioned place to effect the object in view, with due solemnity; in the mean time, ex tensive preparations will be made in Caracas for receiving the ashes of this great man, with the greatest honor which can pos-sihly be conferred upon the son of Caracas and Venezuela; this act of strict lustice meted out by the Representatives of the People in the last Congress, with the approval and cordial support of the Executive power, will be ever looked upon by their constituents with feelings of everlasting gratitude. You cannot imagine what enthusiasm prevails among every class of people in this Republic ii|K>n this subject. The British and French Governments have each resolved to send a frigate to accompany the Vene/.uelian man-of-war to and from Stint Martha, on the im|>ortant mission, and thereby show their resjiect and admiration for the character of Bolivar.and I can assure you it would he exceedingly gratifying to all the American residents in Venezuela,and full as much so to the people of this country. should the United Stolen (Invernrnnt ! ivinred of the propriety of sending out a I .\ ar for a similar purpose the two aforesaid .nnients have thought proper to do, and they ha already communicated this resolution to the Venezuelan government; it is to be hoped that our Charge d'Afl'aircs will take upon himself, and will use his influence with the United States Government, urging upon it the policy of a measure which would give so much satisfaction to this Government, and delight to the Venuzueliuns, to see that their sister republicans of North America, and the countrymen of a Washington, crossing the Atlantic ocean, and through their representative, doing honor to the remains of Holivar the great champion! the Washington of South America ! A noble sight indeed to behold. If I am rightlv informed that our President, the scrupulous and conscientious Mr. Tyler, is a conslant reader of your invaluable paper,in this manner I hope, that the foregoing observations will meet his eye, and it is to be hoped that he will coincide as regards the propriety of the measure expressed, and may I beg of yon the favor to call the attention of our noble President to this matter. I have been particularly encharged by the ladies of Pnerro Cabello, and of the adjoining towns, to thank von for your exertions in the common cause, upholding the character of their sex in a manner so honorable to them and yourself; and also to enjoin upon your memory their claims to the undivided attention of the great lawyer, the profound and able defender of true and sound principles, James Gordon Hennett, I,. I,. D., "hallowed be hisnanie," and title attached ; to no other man in the universe could the "Honorable President and Faculty" of the " great Mormon University" have proffered and conferred this title with more propriety than upon the man possessed of the name of Hennett. a classical and H'stinguished memner of society, lite sworn encmv of all chicanery in political or private life. In my next communication 1 shall gi ve you a rich treat, Fassure von; and not having sufficient time to write all I could wish by the nrcsctit opportunity, 1 take leave of Dr. Benn' tt with extreme sorrow A Heal" Yank Kit Doodle" ok a CtiAr. Albany. [Con*i|Hindence of the Herald.] Albany, Sept I t, 1HI2. Rain?Hour?Politi<*?Conrcrt*?Rnrgtr*t* Corn ? Poughkcr/mr Owardt?Nedorina Bithop?FtmaleAcademy?CriUHri/\Plnnt?State Fair?fjord Morpeth, 9pc. fyr. Mn. Editor:? Where sleeps your correspondent Jat this place 1 I have looked with some anxiety for his rich and racy descriptions of matters and things appertaining to this our goodly city, hut have as often been disappointed ; 1 therefore am com|>elled to write in self defence, and gtve|some account of what isupi>ermost in " these diggins," which! may he of interett to your readers. We have had nothing hut rain, rain, rain, for tin' past week, which has raised the river at this place much above lta usual bounds, and threatens, unless LI). PrlM Two Cents the rain shall soon cease, serious damage to the H?>ur merchants and others located on the pier. Flour is coming front the west in large quantities, hut does not find a ready murket at 84^, consequently a great deal is being stored with us, awaiting a more favorable slate of the market. Since the adjournment of the Legislature, it liaa been dull, and were it not for the preparations for the full elections, we would almost forget everything connected with politics. I see the pleasant smiling face of Lieut, liov. H radish occasionally, as also his associate on the ticket, Furman ; they are awaiting the session ol the Court of Errors, which meet in this city early in October. From the note of preparation heard from each party, I anticipate a sharp and active canvass, and with good men on each ticket, neither parly can complain of their candidate's popularity if they prove unsuccessful. in the musical line, we have Willis with his con certs at the Knickerbocker Hall, and the Master Hughes, at the Female Academy ; each have large and fashionable audiences and each appear to give satisfaction. The Poughkeejwie ('allots arrived last evening from Poughkrepsie, and were received by the liurgesses Cortis, whose guests they are, and escorted to their lodgings at the Mansion House. Each company looked very well, hut I think the corns, " Hobby" and all, contrasted very favorably with our stranger guests. They were to be reviewed by the Mayor to-day, but the rain prevented. Engine Go. No. 7 returned front your city a day or two since much pleased with their reception hv your firemen, and ho|ie to he able to reciprocate the favor whenever your fire companies may visit us. We have had the Nestorian lln-hop with us for a few days past; the last Sunday evening he addressed a crowded audience ut Dr. Sprague's church in his native language, which was translated by the Rev. Mr. Perkins, lor the benefit of those assembled. He expressed himself much pleased with the many beautiful ladies he saw while here, and in fact, he is not the only one who has been struck with the beauty of our Dutch girls. Our Female Academy has commenced its tall session with a prospect of a large addition to iis ioriner number, it lias deservedly attained a high pre-eminence by the able manner it has been conducted, and the thorough course pursued by its principal; the Select School of S. Spraguc Parsons, is also well attended, and numbers many additional scholars Mr. C'artnnis, a Greek, has been delivering h series of lectures at the chapel of the Female Academy, though to rather small audiences. The current ol patriotism is evidently on the ebb, the " cause of Greece" being able only to draw a small collection. Lord Morneth arrived this morning from the west mid lock lodgings at Congress Hall, ilia Lordship looks much better than when here a year or so since. Ins manner is very unassuming, and appears more like one of our citizens than a titled nobleman : he is to spend some part of his time at Ki.idethook with Mr. Van Buren, previous to his departure home The century plant whicK has attracted so much attention from its prodigious growth, and which is being exhibited tor the benefit of the Orphan Asylum, is ut length in bloom, and atttacts many strangers ; one is well paid for a visit to it, as a fine view is had of tile magnificent garden attached to the Manor House. We have a fine race course being finished at the Hull's lleud, some two miles from this city, where all our Jehu's drive to of an afternoon. The Grand Fair, which meets the last ot this month, is to be held ut this place. Money is scarce, business dull, and people cross. Respects to le jeune cditeur lluste, most truly, VlR'j. From the British West Indies?By the "May Flower," via New Haven, we have receive I late dates from the British West Indies. Uur Baibadoea papers are to the 2(ith of last month,with corresponding dates from the neighboring iblutids. Our correspondent wiites from under date of Barbadoes, August 25th?"No arrival from the States since the Norfolk and N. Stanley?Meal is retailing at #7; flour at a ?10; corn and peas in projiortion I suppose ere this reaches yon, the Stanley and Norfolk will he on their way out ugain." The Bridgetown West Indian oi 25th says?"We have had rain daily for the last week The appearance of the weather on Tuesday and last night was rather alurrning. There lias not, however, been much wind. Lust night there was some lightning. To-day iscloudy and not." A desperate attempt at incendiarism was made on the premises of W. \V. Rice, Ksq , in the Roebuck, on Saturday night, which, hut for the special interposition of Providence, must have been attended with the most awful consequences. The steamer "lsis" had arrived with 1st mails. The Tobago Chronicle, of 4th instant, has the lowing remarks on the first of August holidays the laborers.? "We have now entered on the fifth year of filiation, and on the whole, under mo**> prospects than any first of August has picviousiy forded." From Jamaica.?The following is from the Jamai ca Morning Journal of the latest date:? "The cry for laborttill continues?wagescontinu ing at high rates, and the uncertainty of obtaining continuous employment being still felt. Since our last advices, the West Indian, Captain Hodnett, has arrived at Port Morant,with 179 Africans from Sierra Leone. It will be recollected that the Kingston, Captain Sergeant,wus the last vessel from that place leaving but a few Africans behind, most of whom were shortly after put on board a DemerHra ship. At this period the West Indian had but a few stragglers on board. Fortunately, however, two vessels of war arrived with 800 people, taken a few days before front the Barncoons at Amhoya, and which enabled the West Indian to com*' tc her complement, and sail for Jamaica. Most 01 the people by this vessel are boys. About the same tune the Traveller, which left this island some time in the month of March for St. Helena,arrived at Lucea, with 99 Africans, all males, the females having refused to come. It is contemplated, we believe, to despatch another vessel to St. Helena. Ktvlcw of Books, die, Science o* Common Tmw.s.? Blake, Gold st.? This is one of those valuable little books that cannot be too widely circulated. All should read it. Ormusd's Triumph.?Blake, Gold ft?A well written poem based on the Zoroaster philosophy.? It will repay a close perusal. Poland, No 4.?Soboletrnlri, 1$ Pine street.? Another number of this truly beautiful work is out. Maria Leszc/.yuski, the Castle of Lobskow, the Amphitheatre of Warsaw, and another fine plate, embellish the work. It should be in the library of every one, for it is the only work on Poland that is wart it perusal. Paul Coifford.?Harpers?This most capital written, but rather licentious novel, is out in the cheap lornt. It is well printed. New Music?"I know a Bird," is the title of a very beautiful song, by De Begins, iust published bv Atwill. Special NeMloni. Before Recorder Tallmadge, and Aldermen Crolius Hnd Bonncl. Sept 16 ? Sarah Tones, for stealing some salt shad from Henrv Diner-burg, w.is sent up tor two months Patrick Hard-Kan wag convicted of beating his wife, but discharged on promise to join the temiiemnce society. John Mullen, for Mealing a cloth jacket worth S8, from the store of Voorhees A* Co., was sent to the City Prison for fifteen daya. Francis Marks, tried for stealing a chain cable from John Moore, was discharged. Mary Veard beat her husband, but at his request the was allowed to run. James K? lly was sent up for six months for stealing ?23 worth of clothing from Henry Kilhber. A colored woman, named C. Ann ilarman, was sent to the House of Refuge for stealing #18 worth of wearing apparel from F,llen Hopkins. Freedom G. Newton was sent up for six months tor stealing a coat from 12. L. Cooper. Edward Kelly, for beating his wife, was sent up for three months Thomas Morrell* a boy, waa sent to the House of Hefuge for stealing a cap worth #'3 trom Isaac H Archer ? John Cunningh ?m wa- p icked off for three months for stealing J# from Stephen Ang'-vine. James Dunn und Peter Boyle, the rowdies who raised the very devil at the Alms House the" other dav, were sent up for three months. William Simpson, previously convicted of |>etit larceny, was sent up for three months. Bankrupt List* 80UT1IRRN Dim Hlcf <>K MEW YORK. Horatio W Shipman (late firm Joseph Shipman & Sons, New Britain,|C??nn.,) merchant, N. Y., October 15. ? ,, , .. Joseph Maggs, N V r ' . John O Smith and Stephen B. Harnman, (Smith \r H?rri/nan wholesale grocers,) compulsory, on ^innlamTrW Rah-h Mead A' Co.,Oct 13 TaW Vutherford, dentist N. Y , Oct. 20. C-onfc S. Robbins and Samuel Painter (firm K, bhin-. Painter A- Co ) merchants, N. Y Oct. 30. Joseph Crane, railroad contractor, Fordham, Oo ' fober 20Estate op Josephs A* Co.?After argument, Moses Henriques, one of the members of this firm, was allowed a decree of discharge. IVciston as to the other partners will be made, probably, to-day.