Newspaper of The New York Herald, September 27, 1842, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated September 27, 1842 Page 1
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TH Vol. VIII. 1?. iiM ? Wholt Ho. 3117 RAIL ROADS & STEAMBOATS. NEWJERSEY RAILROAD AND TRANSPORTATION COMPANY. NEW YORK AND Prom |p? loot of Ceurtlaudt 'tract, Ne w York. (Every day?Sunday a?<opted.) Leavee New york Leav? NeWark At ? A.M. All P.M. At 71* A. M. At IK T. M. IIH do. ? do. ? d<>- *S do<v do. 1 do. 4? do. I SS. M ,2* do. do ' do. ON SUNDAYS. Jfrom the foot of Liberty sfrertLeave New York. Leave Newark. A> A \) and t)? M. At 11 Noon and Id P. M. NEW YOK*. ELIZABETH TOWN, Leave New York. Leave Elisabeth To?n. 9 A. M. 7 A. M. I* . ,?AV 9X " Thr trams fur Woilfield. Plainfleld, Bouodbrook, Homervtlle, ke , counsel Willi ikol A >1. 2Vl aud 4\ P >1 trains Irom Now Yoik, daily, Sundays excopied. Fare boiwoou New York and Elizabeth TowaB reota. Kan between do and Soinerville, 7J cenU. NEW YORK. RAHWAY AND NEW BRUNSWICK. Kare reduced, from the foot of Liberty etreet, daily. Leave New York. Leave New Brunswick. At 9 A. M. At JK A. M. 8 - *ki 9 P. M. On Sundaya the 5H and 7)k A.M. tripe from New Bran*wick and P. M. train from New York, are imitted. Kate between New York and New Brunswick, T5 cents. Katiway, 50 cents The fate in the 5>d and A. M. train from New Brunswick. and 2\ and ?. M. train kom New York, lias been re dnced. New York and New Brunswidk, to 50 eenta. " and Rahway to J7X Passengers who procure their tickets at the ticket office, receive a ferry ticket armtis. Tickets are received by the conductor only on the day when purchased. null 3d>* KHUIG irr AND ~TPA 8 8 AGJPWTPITMBURO, b i The proprietors of Bingham's Tiansportation Line to Pittsburg, give notice ta the Merchants of New York, and all other persons shipping to the West, that their line ia now in active nprratior (sonde consigned to them (or sent to go in their line,) will be lor warded with despatch. Owner* or shippers of goods, destined for the Western States, who have no agent or consigner at Pittsburg, will please consign their roods to William Bingham, Pittsburg, who will attend to snipping all snch consignments without delay. All goods should be marked distinctly on eacn package BINGHAM'S LINE. For ates of freight, which aie as low as any other line, apply e WM. TYSON, Agent, No. i West street, opiioeite Pier No. 2, N. H. N. B Passengers forwarded to Pittsburg and PottsviUe,every day, Sundays excepted. Refer to R. Crooks, American Fur Co. ; S. T. Nicoll, Front street : Phelps, Dodge k Co., Fulton street; Buy dam. Bag eh Co ; Wm. Rankin. Duryee k Co, Newark. ui6 9m RAIL ROAD-ALBANY AND SARATOGA. Travellers to Saratoga Springs, Lake Out rge, Whitehall and Lower Canada, are informed that they will insure to themselves an expeditious and pleasant conveyance to the Springs by t eking the Rail Roa I ears at Albany. HOURS OF DEPARTURE. From Albany. From Saratoga. At a nVl.iek A M I At T n'elnek A M " 5 " P. M. I " J* " P. M. Thar* it no change of Coaches or Baggage Wagons, or shifting of Baggage from oua Steamboat to another on this route. Passengers on their arrival at Saratoga, will find stacr coaches in readiness to convey tnem to Lake George and Whitehall on Lak* Chsmnlaru; connecting with all the principal Northern and Eastern Stage routes. A Stage (for the convenience of passengers who arrive by the afternoon train from Albany,) leaves Saratoga at 5 o'clock A. M. arrives at Whitehall in time for the departure of the I 'hamplain steamboat of same day, and brings eastern trav. Hers 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 cars, to carry die baggag* of passengers direct to and from the depot and steamboat at the rate of tX cents per trunk or package, or 12X cents for ordinary travelling baggage. The departures for the west are fixed for the season at IX 'clock, A. M. and 7 P. M. JOHN COBTIOAN, Superintendent. Albany, Jnne 27di, 1MX. je27Jmr kailAoad notice. MARKET AND FREIGHT LINK. THE NEW JERSEY Railroad and Transportation Com1 pany bay* established a Freight Line between New; Brunswick and New York, which they in tend to run perma"L^Tting New Brunswick at iX A.M. dsily, (Sundays excepted) and die feot of Liber tratreet, New York, at P. M. To country dealers and meicvuints the above line is very desirable for die speed? and cnesp conveyance of merchandise of every description, and more particularly to Drovers sud Dealers in Live Stock, who can have 150 head of cattle coaveyad between New Brunswick and New York, the same day whenever required. The rate# for the transportation of cattle, hertvt, males, sheep, hogs, Ac. and all other kinds of merchandise are very low, never exceeding steamboat prices. Merchandise sept h j this line is not snbieet to anv extra charge in crowing lie North Hirer. The Company here fitted np a large atorchonae at New Broniwick. 'uiioming the Railroad Depot, which will alwaya eopen for the reception of meichandiae. Pusouri purchasing their ticked at the ticket offices, will leceivelerry ticketa gratia. O" Freight far Newark, Elizabrthtown, Rahway, Westfield, Plainfield, Scotch Plaina, Boundbrook and Somerville, ia conveyed by the above linea, and delivered the aameday when received. an 14 3m* - - - FOR CHARLESTON, HAVANA. iKEV WEST. NEW ORLEANS, AND y^jH|nDKOAL.VESTON, (Texas) to aail cn the 10th October, at It A M.?The well known and wBHHBfivorile ateam ahip NEW YORK, J. T. Wright, Commander, having been pat incomplete order, with new wrought iron shafts. Ac., will poaitirely leave for (he above porta on the day apecifiea. The New York, having been superbly fitted no, with aaloon atate roe ma in addition to tier cabma. oners au|>erior accommodationa for the convenience of paaaengera. l'aaaengera going in thia boat may aafaly rely upon the well known akill and attentiona of har Captain. For light freight or peerage, apply on board, loot of Monia street, North Rirer. pier No. 4 or to C. MO ROAN, or H. HUBBARD.lt CO. 37 Peck Slip. n. B.?The New Yorkcarriei aufilcient ton) for the voyage. naacngeti for Key Weat, New Orlrana, and Oalveaton, will hava an opportunity of viaiting Havana, aa the ahip will lay there twe dan. a| tooiatrc STEAM SHIP NEPTUNE-CAPT. WM. ROLLINS. To leave thiapoit October lat, at 4 o'clock P. M. FOR CHARLESTON, KKY WEPT, HAVANA. NEW ORLEANS. ANb OALVF.ST6n. TEXAS. Thia ahip will positively leave aa above. She can snperbly accommodate 2J0 lessen sera in the cabins and state rooms, and wrll take a faw in the steerage. Also, a small quantity of light freight, for which or passage, apply on board, at the Tobacco Inspection pier, E R, or at No.75 Wall street, where a plan of the stats rooms may be seen. The Neptune has been perfectly overhauled, and is in fi'at sate order. The delays at intermediate porta will be but momentary, to land ana to receire passengers, and it ia expected pa-enger. by her will be lamled at New Orlmg. jfth Oc a4 to ol*ic _ 75 Wall at. .Mfk jgM ' OCEANTFoVSE.~Long Branch, Rumaon, ^ **' * * * flock Miildletown. Eatmitown Dock SEZZaC9L?n<l Red Bank, Shrewsbury.?The ircimbmt I0LA8. Captain Allaire, will leave New York from Fallon Market Blip, East Hirer, every morning at I o'clock for Red Bvnk, (eicept Thursday, on which day the boat goes to Ealontowri Dock.) .Returning, will leare at 1 o'clock each day. The lolaa will run aa above, navigation and weather permithue. until further notice. All freight and baggage at the riak of the ownera thereof. June (4. 1142. jc292mc 4MQat? HEALTHY'EXCURSION TO THE flL <* FISHING BANKS OFF BANDY HOOK 3Ee3E|b-Tlie fiat tnl auhatajtial ateamer UTICA, Captain J. w. Hancoi, will commence making daily cieuraiona to the above place, en Monday, July 2.9th, and continue to run every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday, and leave aa folldtoa Foot of Hammond street at a qnartei past I o'clock?Canal street at half past (?Pike atreet, E. R., at 9?Pier No. 1. N. R., at hall past 9. A Baid o( Music is engaged. Dinner and all kiuda of refreshments will be furnished on hoard. On the return the I'tica mil remain at Fort Hamilton hall an hour. Fare IS cents each way. The UTICA will make an AO or noon Eictaraiou around Htaten Island on Sunday, Jaly 24th, and continue erery Tues day, Friday, and Sunday, and leave aa follows :?Foot of Ham mood street at IX o'clock?Canal atreet at (?Tike atreet, E.R ut hall past (?Pier No. 1, at IX o'clock, P. M., and arrive ii the city at 7 o'clock. Fare 25 cents each way. jytStm r _w_r-l. MA FOR EA8TPORT. CALAIS, ST. AN DREWS fc ST. J O H Sf8.?8taamer HUNT Tf " m ?" "u Capt. T. O. Jewett. Paasengera will leave Boston every Friday, at 10M A. M. ii I ha Can of the Eastern Railroad for Pnrtsmouih, from whirl place they will be conveyed by the well known steamer Hunt reaa to the above places. Returning, the Huntress will leave Sr. Johns every Tuva day at 7 A. M. and Eaalport at I P. M. and arrive in I'orumoutl on Wednesday ill timWor the 4 o'clock train for Boston. Fare to Eaatport, K I Calais and St. Andrews, fS i *' II (Meals estra.) This route olfen topereona serkinf enjoyment, many in duceroents?a country abounding in hue lakes and the mot < I mice Ashing ; also game of all kinds, with other attraction interesting 1<> sportsman. u7 2m*r OPPOSITION LINE 1'ORTALEAWY. FARE REDUCED! ! FREIGHT TAKEN AT REDUCED PRiCES. The commodious Steamboat WASHING ^^BL^jlTON. Captain J. M. Brown, liaving mad< UJ^JBtJK-sTfingemeins lo change her days of leavmi New York, will hereafter lease the foot of Robinson street New York, every Tuesday, Thursday, ami Saturday aflet nposs, at J o'clock, and Albany, every Monday,W? dneeday, am Friday afternoon, at 5 o'clock, landing on her ivusagi each wr at the foot of Hammond street, Newburgh, Poughkeepeic Kingston Point, Cattskill and Hudaon. n For freight or noaaage. apply to the CapWun on board, or to D RANDOLPH MARTIN. No. WWstlstreet. au(6 lm*r tlT FOR MARSEILLES?Packet for 1st OctoberiJtlaPW The very superior copprr-lastened and coppered shij JMMBba CORIOLANU8, Ilala. master. 1 h? vtkior pgrt bLjtfr cargo is already rnyaged. Fovfretgh i ?r.h. k HIKrK4w slJ I .N?. ? Tennue Uuiffflng. I E NE NEW 1 MEDICINES. THE NEW YORK COLLEGE OF MEDICINE P H A RM A C Y . suppk1:""oshof Quackery, U AS met with the motl uiiiiretrdentcd success since lU con ** mcpermeut, particularly from the unfortunate yictiou of unprincipled pretenders, who Are now daily gaining strength and vigor under the judicious treatment of tfie College. The following declarations have already obtained a celebrity un paralelled in the annals of medicine. THE UNRIVALLTED TONIC MIXTURE. A certain core for all forms of dyspeiaia, low spirits, loss oi appetite, lassitude, cutaneous eruptions, general debility, predispoaiuon to consumption, and all complaints arising from a disarrangement of the nervious system. It may be also used with great success in eases of fever and ague, and as a preventative ta yellow fever. Sold in bottles at ft and $S each. THE ANODYNE LINIMENT. For the core of rheumatic pa<ns, colic, bruises, sprains, spinal disease, nervous headache, pains in the joints, and immediate and permanent relief guaranteed. Sold in bottles, 75 eta each. THE PARISIAN ALTERATIVE MIXTURE. For the care of dl cases of a delicate disease, or for pains in the boues, eruptions, sore throat, or any other distressing symptoms, produced by an injudicious use of mercury, ?i by guacMry. Sold in bottles at tl and $2 earb. THE AMERICAN ANTIB1LOUS 4ATHART1C PILL. For the cue of all derange menu of the liver, purifying tht lood, exciting the whole alimentary canal to healthy action, ud giving new vigor to the vital powers. This medicine is ntirely superceding the drastic purgatives of the nostrum THE FEMALE RESTORATIVE PILL. For the care of (hoar complaints peculiar to the female an, and to reatore and preserve the regular action of the female org ana, with lull direction! and cautiona aa to use, and told in boxes at $!, M cents, and cents each. SIR ASTLEY COOPER'S PILL. For the cure of cutaneous eruptions, gout, chronic iheuma tiam, aud to improve the tone of the digestive organs. THE FRENCH ANTIPHLOGISTIC MIXTURE. Guaranteed to 'Ure HMML wla-et. and all mucopurulent discharges from the urethra. Sold in bottles at M cents and ?1 each. THE PAPILLARY HEALING POWDER. For the cure of sore nipples, and superficial excoriations of the akin. Sold in closely stojh phials at 30 cents each. The above preparations may also be had of the following sub-agents in this city:? J. W. Basset, <44 Jroadway. Dr. E. M. Onion. 1*7 Bowery. Dr. King,U7 Hudson street. F.liaa L. Thrall, 348 Grand street. Wm. Armstrong, 1IH Fulton street, Brooklyn. Principal offict of the Collego for New York, at 91 Nassau street. By order, sua 3mr W. S.RICHARDSON. Agent HRISTOL'S SARSAPARILLA. TV/TANUFACTURED and sold by the proprietor, C. C. i-Vl BRISTOL, Buffalo, and for sale by nis Agent, WILLIAM BURGER, Wholesale Druggist, Not. 30 and it Cortlandtat. aud 1118 Greenwich at, and by the priuciiwl Diuggiats throughout the Union, This preparation has now been before the public about seven years, during which lime its reputation has been steadily and rapidly advancing, until its present and deserved celebrity has been attained?nor is it stationary at even tins altitude of" estimation, as the evidence of each succeeding day clearly* evinces. Many of the first Physicians in the ccuntrv have voluntarily borne witness to its au|>erior efficacy of value, as their written certificates, now in the possession of the proprietor, will show. Testimouisis almost innumerable, from |ietsoui who have been lieuefitted hy its use, or have seen its medicinal virtues tested by their frieuds, are also in possession of Mr. Bristol, which prove bow many, how various, jnd how extreme have been tire instances in which, by its opeminu the sick and the almost despairing have been restored to health ind happiness. BRISTOL'S SARSAI'ARILLA is a rare and invaluable combination ?>f vegetable remedies of established medical value, and from its pecnl'ar properties is almost infallible in all complaints that arise Irom impurities of the blood, from the morbid action ot the absorbent aod 'glandular systems, from conatit l.ioual idiosyucracies, hereditary predisposition, and ii general all chronic and long standing infirmities and I irregularities of the human frame. To enumerate all the diseases in which it has been found to be a sovereign remedy, would be to make this notice much too lengthy, and we can only here suggest to the reader the value and importance of this preparation, and refer him to advertise meats in the public papers for more detailed intelligence respecting its efficacy, iu nearly all cases of complaint except those of the moat ordinary or endemic ana epidemic character. The iiroprietpr desires only to have attention generally directed to tliia article, confident that its rare virtues only need be kuown to be appreciated; that it will stand the test of any trial, aud that increased usefulness, and added popularity, must be the direct result of its more extended acauaiutance. Among the numerous letters daily received by the proprietor of Bri?t "vSariaparlla, the following ia selected, merely to how ho hisar" le is regarded: and the increasing demand for this lut aluable edicine by the dealers in this city, as the application comes roin the well kuown house of A. B. It D. Sands, Druggists, of this city, who hare since advertised their own article to the whoU world, shows conclusively that the article is all it purports to be. (COPY.) Nsw Ymk, April 30, IMS. Mb. C. C. Bristol, Buffalo, N. Y. DCAR Sir? We have been selling during the year past considerable quanti.ies iff your Eitract of Sarsaparilfa, and think from the account we hear of its virtues from those who have used it, that the sale in this city may be much increased bv paying it more attention in advertising. Our arrangements are such with the differeut pa|>ers that we can have advertisements inserted on much better terms than most other* p?> and more conspicuously. If you would like to make an arrangement with us lor si lling it more extensively, we think it could be made of much advantage to us both. We have now four different stores, three of tnem in the best location in the city for retailing, and oue for wholesaling, and our facilities are such as will enable us to dispose of more of it, perhaps, than any other house. We shall be much pleased 10 hear from you on this subject, or if you visit New York in the course of a month or so, to see yonstourstois 71 Kuitou street. Yotus, very resiwctfallv. A. B. It A. SANDS. OPINIONS FROM MEDICAL GENTLEMEN. Buffalo, Aug. U. 1137. We are acquainted with the preparation of Saroaiiarflla. ma nufactured by C, C. Bristol, and having made use of it more or less in our piuctice, believe it to contain the ac ive principle of Sarsaparillg, in a highly concentrated form, and as a preparation we esteem it as one of the beat we have ever m?' with. J TKOWBttlDOE. M D CYRENIUS CHAPIN.MD CMA8 WINNE, MD MOSES BRISTOL. M D JOSIAH BARNES M D J E MARSHALL. M D I b mwirv m n AS SHKAGIJE. MD A MILLER, M'D" F L HARRIS, M D H R 8TAOG. From Doctor* Wells and Cheney, resident Physician* at Caniwitai|n? CaitaKDaioira, Dec. 17, 1831. We have frequently prescribed Mr. C C Bristol's preparation of Sarsaparilla, ia our practice, and hare alway* found it to answer an excellent purpose in cases where Sarsaparilla was applicable. Our knowledge of the article has not been limited, and we can freely say that is the best preparation of Sarsaparilla we hare ever nsed. RICHARD WELLS. M D, E W CHEENY, M D. The following estract of a letter from Dr. J. A. Hyde, one of the oldest and mostrespectable practitioners in the western section, is given : YovnosTOwrr, Jane 11, int. Mr. C. C. Bristol?Dear Sir: I am nearly out of Sarsapanllt again, and, if yoa please, you may send me two dosen bottles, by stage or cars, directed to me at this place. I hare frequently prescribed yonr Compound Fluid Extract ol Sarsamnlla for a few years past, with much adrantage, in chronic diseases, especially in Scrofula and obstinate cutaneous affections, attended with scrofulous habit. Also, in secondary syphilis; and iu chronic general debility, from almost any cause. It generally proses useful. I think yonr Fluid Extract the best preparation of Ssrsaoarilla I ever used. With mnch respect, yonra, truly, J.A.HYDE. From Docts. Hoyt It May Palmy**, JulyS, 1141. Mr. C. C. Bristol?Sir : We have used your Extract of Barsaiwrilla in our practice, and for diseases arising from an im pure state of the blood, and ss a general renovator of the system we esteem it as the best article now in uee. D. D. HOYT. M. D. WM. MAY, D. From Dr. A. Miller Rome, July 14, lift. I am acquainted with the preparation of Sarsaparilla manufactured by C. C. Bristol, ofBufTalo, aud having made use ol 1 in my practice, believe it to contain theactire principle of Saraai?riilain a highly concentrated form, and as a preparation, 1 esteem it the best 1 have ever met with. A. MILLER, M. D. From Dr. 8. C. Noyee : _ . _ Collins. Cm to., July 5, imi. I hsre b?en acquainted with Bristol's Sarsaperills for a number of yean, and have rrij frequently prescribed it in my practice, and have invariably found it to answer the darned effect. I conaider the reputation of the article established, and where the jremuisecan be obtained, 1 hare no hesitation in saying that a trial of its virtnes will sustain my opinion. ? . ? ? 8. C. NOTES, M. D. From Dr. A. P. Curtis : Attics. Genesee Co., Jnly 1,1141. I hare frequently prescribed Bristol's Sarsaparillain my practice, and hare no hesitation in recommending i t as an article possessing all of the active principle of Sarsaperilla, and aa a preparation, I think it the best one I hsve ern met with. A. P. CURTIS, M. D, , , Oswboo, May I, IMI. We certify that we attended Julia Ann Van Dooscr during her sickness, and we hare no hesitation in saying that her reco very may be attributed to the use of Bristol's Sarvaiiarilla. P. H. HARD, M. D. H. K. THUHBER. M. D. (A statement of the above eaac may be seen by caling on Mr. WM. BURGER, 50 Courtlandt st-i I Dauicie. July t, IMI. We, the undersigned, physicians, residing in Darienand BenI niugnn, hating treated Mr. E. Cross daring his illness, know the sbore statement of his esse to be true in ell particulars, and we hare liot the least hesitation M ascribing hia cur* to the uae of Bristol's Sarsaperilla. Indeed, wr are assured l?at this me 1 diriue was the means of entirely arresting and 'indicating the - disease. IRA CROSS. M D. WRASTU8 CROSS, M. D. DsBIEN, JlTLVt, IMI. 1 We, the undersigned, are particularly acquainted with Mr. E. Cross, and are fully acquainted with the facta aa drawn up in the auore statemen', which wr oeliere to be correct in all respects, ami wa are assured that it was was through the agency of Brutoi'a Sanaparilla that his cure was effected. STEPHEN KINO, P.M. Danen centre, i JONATHAN DURKEE. Jnsticeof the Peace. , HIRAM II.CHAPIN. . . _ ALANSON FISHER. Justice of the Peace. H. P HUTCHINSON. J. H. FLAGLER. 1 ., , Alton, January IT. IM2. n J * H"f'n .'""'v Ibe physician to Mr. Maynard, and was called to see him during his illness, some time in the month of August or September lest, and I must say I was much tarI P"5e<'Mtonlahed to see Mrs. Maynard officiating as nurse, and attending to Ins wants whila he was sick. ..SkiiV? ofe List I was conversant with but never pre ? ?' If wi** Efocidentia, and for the most part of srren jeara she had been obliged to be eonreyed about the oiIff. i'.f * 'e constructed >or the purpos-. Unt" She pupmeneed the uae of Bristol's Sarsapa.illa her disease I- I-V. ..HwOl t? 'fi? trcstmeuL I was freqnently called to , ;' V. " J**' 1,1 h*r **" tu' f"- disease had attnnsea 1 a form ihsi my opinion was, that medicine would have no * cited iii producing acire. ? I am ifffprtly convinced flMt hrr ffrovprv in cntirclv nt* tnbutaMe to the n.r ol tfriitnl'. SkrwimrilU. 7 * JOHN M. HARRINGTON, M.D. ,, , , ,, Aldicn, January 17. IMI. I hare been one of lbs attending physicians of Mrs. Maynard I for eight years past. Her disease was Prolaptu, Unrio fan aggravated character, am resiated all tha agenu laid down in our most eminent authoia. In addition to remedial agents recommended, I prescribe! rarioui instruments to no effect 1 p am dearly of the opinio i that her cure may be attributed to'the nee of Bristol's Sarstpanlla ? GROVE C. GAGE, M. D. _ Aldris. January IT, IMS. We have kaaa acqeei ited with the circumstances of Mrs. Maynard's sickness lot rigat years past, hare always under W Y ( rORK, TUESDAY MOR MISCELLANEOUS The Ant I-Angular SjriUw or Writing. GREAT REDUCTION. KBOM TWKLTE TO fit DOLLARS ! MR. BRISTOW of London, resiwctfully informs the Ladle tu<l Gentlemen of New York and Brooklyn, that his claase Day aud Ereuiug, hare commenced Jot Ibr itaton, and lh? he has UDVCtD his Trims uiw hair,?to Sis Dollars! Acadlmt No. 216 Buouswat, isaaa Pans Placb. Gentlemen of all aiiea are positively taught in irrelre leasoui a bold, frtt, txptdiHout and finished business-like style ( Writing, no matter bow bad, illegible stiff, or cramped th writing may be. See specimens at ike door, 213 Broadway. Ann thi Ladik* A Dent and handsome^ delicate > and fashionable Kuuunig Han Is Tmlltk Kair Lr.asons ! [L/~ VISITORS iu New York can lake a course in Tliie Oaya !?Mr. B. is to be aeen from I to I A M., or from I to Eveuiug Classes fiom 7 to 9. Booa-Kaariaii Taught ou a superior method, by douhle aud siugle eutr) scientifically aud practically. i ^ \ c i c?i STENOGRAPHY. A new system of the Art of Writing Short-hand, for lakin down Lectures, Sermons,'Trials at Law, kc. Ac., taught pe fectly by Mr. Bnatow in one course of lessons ! at 916 Broas way. See a specimen. N. B.?A work of the author is presented to erery pupil fc their permanent guide. s! Im'rc U. 8. CITY DE8PATCU POST. , .Pl.'ST OFKICB, New York, 26th July., 111*. Hui. rboi delivery each day, (Sundays excepted) at th Upptfr and Lower Post Offices:? Letters ibpoiited before Half-past 8 o'clock, A Ml 12 " 3 " P M Will be sent out for deAt all (he Stations before livery at 9 A M, and I 7 o'clock, A M aud 4 o'clock, P M. It " 2 " P M Letters lobe sent Free, must hare "Free Stamp" affiled t them, otherwise three cents will be col.ected of the party t whom th< letter is addressed. No money must be enclosed i letters unless ret istered at t >e principal offices. Lists ol th stations (at all of which "free stamps" may be purchased a $2,90 per 100, and every informatiou may he obtained on a| plication at the upper or lower poet offices. Stamps issued b the late CityDespatch Post will be received. It is indispensabl that the number of the residence should be stated in ail letU I sent tlirouih-tl js Post. The Post Master solicits the earliest iniorreation should ail irregularities occur. JOHN LOR1MER GRAHAM au28 ly ec Post Master. T11E TWO_GREATEST INVENTIONS OJ THE AGE. KENNEDY'S COMPOUND VEGETABLE PREPARATION L'OR The treatment and preservation ol the Hair; the on] " iufallible preservative against baldness, and a certain cut for all diseases of the scalp, snch as dandruff, plica potuica, Uc Ikr. tc., including all cutaneous affections. This article is pn luared with great cars by the inventor and proprietor himsel after a study of ten years, during which his time hss been a most exclusively devoted to the perfection .f this incomp ixabl article for the benelil of the growth and beauty of the Hair. I the mean time, many nostrums intended for the same pur|>oe< have arisen and died, while this rejoices in the full vigor i manhood?and is destinrd to live as long as a line head ol hair I duly prized or its cleanliness and beauty admired. Let thoi who have these desires but give it a single liial and he has n fears for the result. It ?ulv repirrre to be known to be appri eiated, and when so appreciated the propni t tr especisto obtai his reward (mm a discerning public, aud asks it not before?I. is not afraid of getting out I patience Nearly five hundied certiheatea, testifying to its virtues, i all cases for w ich it is iutended to be used, from the moi highly respc-rtablc individuals in various parts in the Unite Stales, the Canada*, Ike., cau be teen at the office of the iuvei tor and manufacturer,No'. 1 Ptuestreet, New York. INVENTION NO. 2. The second invention of modern times, to which we woul respectfully call attention, is KENNEDY'S CELKBRATKI PREMIUM CHEMICAL HAIR DYE. the lirst ever ii vented in this country. This article, as can be testified to b a large number of oral and verbal rerommendatious, is auperic to any thing of the kind imported from any part of llie worli and is rapidly su|ierceding all other nostrums foi changing th color of the hair and whisaen to a beautiful dark brown, or ii black, from flavi n, ied,grey, or other objectionable color, in single application, without affecting the akin. The above Hair Dye was exhibited at the Fair of the Amet can Institute, held at Niblo's Garden, and rrceited the first pr miuin, as beimt superior to any oilier exhibited. It in ly be ol tained at the lollowiug places i?Bailey, Ward k Co. Maid* Lane; Leary k Co, Astor House; 63 Bowery, comer Walke 336 Bowery corner Bond street; Tiffany, Gourd 8t Ellis, 2; Broadway, and at the manufactory, No. 1 Pine street, Ne York. au30 lm*r GEORGE KENNEDY, CHINA. GLASS, AMI EARTHENWARE. 8 ASTOR HOUSE. DUENCH Porcelain Dinner Services, 111 pieces, $23 i F White Granite, dp do 112 do 13 I Frenchor English Porcelain Tea Bets, 32 do 4i Limner riatea. rrencn roiceiam, per igin, i Do ' do Granite, blur or white, do 1 I Sonp, do French Porcelain, do 2 i Do do Granite, blue or white, do 1 Tea Cup* and Saucers, (24 nieces) French Porcelain, I ?(l Copa, Jo do Glass. Cut Wince, per dozcu, fiom > Do Tumblers, Jo do Lemonades, handled, do 2 Taauc Cutlkmt. Of the finest descriptions, in seta or dozens, at the lowpri of $12 the set. Just opened , a handsome assortment of Toi Ware. R. SIMPSON N. B.?Agent for the sale of Simpson's liar Cornets, for tl relief of deafness. a4 1m" rc A NEW & IMPORTANT IN VENTION FOR THE LADIES MH9. LOVE, Corset Maker, No. 62 Lispenard street, i ol apectfully informs the ladies of New York and its vicil ties, that she has invented a new article for the preserv ition the health and strength daring pregnane v. This Abdoinin Supporter is perfect in its application, acting as a support, ai preventing all attain anon the muscles, and the consequent f tigue and ethauation of the whole system. It will preserve tl form in all its youthful symmetry Nothing that has ever bei invented offers so many advantages as Joes this Abdomin Supporter for invigoratiug the system against every accident i tending gestation. Mrs. L. has secured a patent. She begs to refer to the folio' ing eminent gentlemen of the Medical Faculty:?Dr. Franci Dr. Pond, Dr. McDonald, Professor Oillman. M D, Profess Parker, M D, A. C. Castle, M D, Dr. Nelson,Dr. Moore, W. Francis, M D, J. O. roud, M D, J.,W. Moore, M. D, Neilson, M D. Country merchants and dealera eupidied wholesale with C< Mta, Belli, and braces, on adraniaireona terms. *6 imtr PATENT PRESERVED PORTABLE MEAI AND SOUPS. T1TARRANTED to keep any length of tune in any elimat ' via: lobsters, halibut, ahad, salmon, oysters, and dan beef mutton, real, duck, chicken, '.urkey, beef soup, mutr< broth, chicken soup, 01 tail soup, mock and green turtle eon vegetable soup, green peev mushrooms, carreta, turnips, p< snipe, tomatoes, milk, xc. Ito., manufactured and sold whol sale by WILLIAM MULLANE, at lm? re Kb' Nawui at HEN RIQUES' WHOLESALE ANITRETAIL HAVANA AND PRINCIPE Sc,GAR STOR] Basement SI William Steebt, Between Wall and Pine Streets, ell 1 in* r NEW YORK E. W. HAND, EXCHANGE BROKER, j.21 lm*r No. 2 CAMP STREET. NEW ORLEANS. DOCTOR BELL Continues to be consulted daily, until 10 P. M. CONFIDENTIALLY On all -^elicate diseases, at his priests offices, 4 CORTLANbT STREET. (JJECOND Door from Broadway, with the utmost confiden treatment. Being * Regular Practitioner, patients may rr upen receiving all the attention Ihcir run may demand, wi an aaaurance of a suoceiiful iaaue.baied npon tne rx|wrienee many yean piofessional dntics. Dr. Bell duet not ad re rt lie Specific Drop or Pill for the rare of certain diaeaira?but an antees all that Anatomical, Medical, and Chemical knowleii can suggest in each ease. Separate offices. Attsndtbce till P M. daily. tl Imji _SUTTON & VANDERBILT A RK Constantly receiving I arse supplies of Cloths, Cai A meres and Woollens ol every deacription.snifable for t coming season, which they offer at eitremely reduced pric for cash, at their well known Tailorinf Establishment, < Broadway, second door shore Canal at. (icntlemen are requested to call and examine their stock 1 fore pare basil* else where. N. B.?Particular attentioa paid to boyi clothes. a 10 Im HIGH POLISH: LEE'S STEAM IMPROVED BLAt KINO is unw u really admitted to be far superior to any yet inrentcd I its peculiar preservative softening qualities to the leather, a fonts exquisite brilliant jet black I us're, properties entirely I rivalled. N. B.?For the genuine article apply to the only Warehoui No. I John st, comet of Broadway. CHA8. EKE, sip lm*r Formerly Lee h Thomson ~ THE NEW YORK XYLOGRAPHIC PRESS, 44 MAIDEN LANE, UP STAIRS. TN THE EXTENT of the vaiieties in this department I I proprietor may safely challenge competition with any o(l establishment in the world, and baa tin..er his own immedil superintandance the most skilful workmen, and all ilie n joi? materials for executing every description of Xylographic t graving and Printing. Original Designs and Plates of every description executed the first sty e ofii he art, and beautifully printed in Bronxe Fancy Colors. Druggists, Perfumers, Manufacturers, Oroci andolhrI Labels, constantly on hand, wholesale or retail, a all art teles connected with tha nude. Job Printing in every variety of style executed' n the b< manna r to order, and on the most reasonable terms. STEEL PLAf K AND COPPERPLATE ENOttAVI* AND PRINTLNO Notes, Checks, DralU. Bills of Kichaage, CerTificates Stork, do De|>oaitc. Blanks or professional, wedding and vi ting Carda, neatly engraved and printed, at al oit notice, and the moat reasonable terms. The lowest possible price is ch ged for all werk done at this estahliahm. nl. All orders from the country punctually attended to, and tides ordered, forwarded to any |*rt of the United Sutea, 'yrstfr CHAS. SHIELDS. Protrietor FRENCH IMPORTED GAITERS of all ggflB Ion of Faahion ; French boots and intent leatl shoes, dress shoes, gailen, walking shoei and pumps for m< boys, and children. Men and boys cheap boon from $1,74,1 $?,?. and $4 per pair. Men's shoes 7 to I* and Its per Bova' ahoes 40 to 74 cents and $1, and warranted good. Ladi miaaea, and childrena gaiter boots, buskins' walking shoes, i slippers ol all eolors ami sires, latest f ishiona, ties, bnaki and slips, 74 eents to $l,good t? slippers Come and set

gpnd assortment of the above articles at It Canal street, eon Broadsvuy. and at too ?anal it., north-we* comer Hudson i at Walker's. a?M Im* )RK E NING, SEPTEMBER 27, 18 UhmI tier rase u being I ryond I tie reach of medicine. and have beeu surprised witkni the past year tu ?ee her alwut, and u, - we are assured that her ret overr is ttribulable enliiely to the use of Bristol's 8sraapariII a We are further acquainted with the fact, tint for lire yer rs of the tune of her sickness, slis was obliged to be caureye i from one place to another ru the Q arms of tier hnsbui l, audit fart, when she w as mured at all. ... JOSEPH ERiEMAN.Jadge Ene Co.C. Pleas. ' HORACE SI ANLEY, Justice of the Peace. H. LITCHEt LU. Postmaster. be 1 DEXTEIl ktl ELL, Supervisor. (t 8. 11. BUTLER. in L. P. JACOBS. w '] JOHN ESTABROOK8. A history of the abore cases may be seen by eallui* as above. ,. [From the Buffalo Commercial Advertiser, Nov. C, Ittt J a" As EzTBAOBDiivakT Cast.?The article below is from the to . peu of one ol our most intelligent medical lueri, whose state- ihj menu are entitled to the fullest confidence. The case he details is really a r tu ukablc our, and might well have been sup? posed beyond the power of medicine. gatrment of the Physician who visited the Patient inuetsou,- er and who was at the time one of the Editors ol' the Cummer cial Advertiser. tli frit is rare indeed that fallen humaeity la made to riperience gp ' from ths hand of Prov idrnce so much severe aud prohacted suf- ?n feriug, and such calamitous and shocking mutilation, as has ( . fallen to the lot of James Wycaoff, a l?d li years of age, now living in the town of Clarence in this county. James is the ton of a farmer, the oflsprm* of lieallhy sod re- CI putable parents, who have a numerous family of robust childn ren. Without any assignable cause, he was suddenly deprived be 1- of the sense of lie arm* some ten yetts since, which was soon ... foHowed by what waa probably an attack of the dru gangrene. _ 'f Thia rapidly destroyed first trie palate, the bones of the roof of ~r the moath, and then a considerable portion of (he upper jaw, l" ~ umwr lio. unci lllM whllle .ll ths> Una.. Rulli a?J naeeaLaa kf u Well a* integuments,. It would be difficult to imagine in m< what way a more unsightly deformity coujil be impressed il|ioil | j. the 'human lace divine. This frightful disease erased iu rava- lh get on tlte l?c? after several montl s, to renew them again ill other parte of the y?tem with greater aud more destructive severity. Hi Home two year* ago, a " black spot,"?aa the intelligent mo- hi ther of till* moat unfortunate child told the writer of this?was C< obacrved under the nail of each big toe. Thia ominous appear- jjt ance waa the precursor of a second attack of gangrene, which gradually extended ovrreach foot and leg to withiu four inches of the knee. Aseiunation then took pi ice, and in due course ut ? 01 time both limbs drop|ird off. The fingers of the right haud ne ? were then attacked by this consuming malady, which extended ye to within a few inches of the shoulder, and at length the right nn * arm tell to the ground like the dead branch of a living tree. The ,,. 1* disease then showed itself at the elbow of the left arm, and on v ^ the left shoulder, producing extensive eeloliatiou of the bones, . * fce. The integuments of the tight side, near the centre of the 1 e ribs, and of the right eye, were alto affected with the same BP r* destroying complaint in its incipirat stages. ga On examining the boy, who, notwithstanding he it deaf aiul ? mnte, is really intelligent .md apnghtly, the greatest marvel to ... us was, how ft was possible for a constitution so very feeble and lifeless, that the system was rapidly falling to pieces from P the deatlvof its parts, could, when reduced to a mtrr fragment of humanity, hold out, aud prolong for yean a miserable cx- to trace. Strange as it may term, we found thia piece of a child sitting at the diuorr tabic with the real of the family, and feeding himself with meat, potatoes, bread, and the like, with an . evident relish of the hearty meal. His stumps of limbs, which f. lately presented a hideons mass of eating ulcers, are now healy itig over kindly, and nothing but the tears are left 'o tell the pt i injury done to the left shoulder, and the parts that surround the right eye, the lower jaw, and the fragments of ears still grow- sv j. ing on the head, the appearance of which we shall not attempt , todeacri'e. jl The certain check given to this terrible spreading and hopee leas malady?the removal of th- intense protracteJ peine ever D u excited by irritable fuilgeous flesh connected with dead animal D matter?the quiet sleep, increased strength, and stable rouva- m \{ jesence so manifest in the person of James?were all, and i, doubtles justly, attributed by his mother to the exclusive "se, ,, for the last aix weeks of regular portions of Mr. C. C. BRISl0 TOL'S SARSAPARILLA. Those who hare witnessed the tntly auspicious, md most unexpected effects of tills medicine ? u in this very extraordinary case, are uuauimous in the opiuion v that had it been early administered when the disease was com- ui l?ratively small and feeble, and the constitution sound and u vigorous, it couJd nor have lailed to prevent one of the greatest .. ,1 calamities that can befal a human bring, d crntikirate or (Jew. MaissriEi.n. >- MR. C. C. BRISTOL?I have been acquainted with Peter Wycketl for more than twenty years, and have known his sou ' James from his lufaucy to this day, and I do hereby certify than cl the facto set forth in lite above, from the Commercial Advertiser, aro correct. ai id ORANGE MANSFIELD, P. M.. D Nov. 16th, 1141. North Clarence, Erie Co. a- ? 1,1 y Bloompikld, Oakland Co., Mn., July 23, 1811 >r Messrs. John Oweu h Co.. Detroit: Oent.?8otr.,i time in the ' yevr 1832, I was attacked with what was called by some of my vi * attending physicians, the King's Evil. I immediately applied u rt to a Dr/Thompson, who raid it must br cut out; I then applied 8 to another physician who ordered blistering. During my sick- . ness 1 employed eight differeut physicians, and by one I was . 3* advised to have my arm amputated, which 1 declined, lu the 01 c year T7, mortification set in, when I applied to a root doctor, ui b- wlia ap|irarcd to help it some. Ill that year 1 sold a span of >n horses andtwo cows, and spcul the whole ol it, say $130, winch u, ** tuny wncil Hmcr|iu mm ?. ? iwiy ukuwuhmi c*mi| Linuy i J? could hear of, without any great benefit. w In July lut, a cure waa attempted by a person who, like all other*, failed. The expense of all this has been at least $500. V ? From about four iuchei below the shoulder, to about the middle at \ of tlie fore arm there hate bi en at least twen y holes, mauy ,,, J of them as large as a silver dollar, and half an inch deep. In February, 1842, (accidentally came across a wrapper from a bottle or Bristol's Sarsapartila, snd made up my inind to try the medicine. Ou the 15th d.iy of that mouth, 1 commenced a' D0 using it, and used a bottle a week for two or three mouths,wtieu D(l I fu'iud myself to all appearance complete It cured. Atauy rate, ti, m) since that time I have not fell auy pain from it. No sores have ^ i,, ap|iearcd, and it seems perfectly sound, and I can labor with it M as well aswilh the other arm. I am so well satisfied of its su- . ihi periority over every tliiuit else th.it I have tried, that I most 01 0q earnestly recommend iny iierson to brain usiug it iininedialrly al ?? who may be similarly afflicted. Yours, truly, U $ WILLIAM FEARSAliL. * jU Person* who have any doubt* of the efficacy of tlua medicine, u 01 are invited to call on any of the following City Reference* be- " ? fore purchasing the article " John Giles, 301 ft arl street* v re Thomas llog-ui, 300 Bunion street t I.. William W. Randolph, 573 Fourth street Lloyd Brysnt, No. 1 Avenue C. Wm H. siuirmeu.M Cedar street Mr. Johnson. JO James street 1 ? William Stehhins, corner of Kivington and Ridge ats. n Richard Smith. 82 Clinlou street a Robert H- Gordon, 13 Orange street 1 Mr*. A. Hodge, 39 Ridge sticet .. 7. William Wilson,66Lewisalreet e- M. Vandewatrr, 314 Madison street li- Lemuel Leland, 06 Hudson street ? of I. G. Reed, 143 Fulton alreet, Brooklyn it al Mrs. Ward, 68 Bayard street yd J. W. Henderson, yg Grand street r a James McGill, 336 Grand street , be H. B. Knapp, 21 Avenue B?house 5414 Fourth street rn John Culver, 191 Bunion street in al O" I Oo not wish any one to purchase this medicine until yt- they fully satisfy themsrlvea that all that is avid of it is true ; if, thcrefire, 'hey will take ihe trouble to call on Mr. Burger, 01 w 50 Courtlandt street, or at Milliau'a Its Broadway, they cau exis, amine substantiate .1 testimony in addition to the above, which p 1 ?111 1?;?l? .k*. Ik. U i? ,, J. fiT " " "c.'i;* BR'isfOL ." ' j. Caution.?At the fame of Out wonderful medicine eitends, , mum-rout preparation* are springing up to reap a part ol ita reir> potation. The afflicted therefore should be careful, il they with the true article, to aak for Britlol't, and tee that the U ? woittkn signature of C. C Bkiitol u across the cork of the 3 bottle. it Fo-iale by reputable Druggists and Agent* throughout the e, eoontw. it, William Burger, Wholesale Agent, MCourtlaudt itreet, and *' in IN Greenwich itreet, and at retail at the following placet: tl p, Mohan's Pharmacy, 1*3 Broadway ; Huihinn and Atpinwtll, ir- 110 Broadway, M Wiillam street, and 10 Atmr Hons*: James y e- Syme, M. D..03 Bowery, ; Robert Legrett, M. D., 17 Arrnne \ D. : B. Qnsekenboah,7OT Gieenwich itreet, tnd A. Hill. 3ug ' Greenwich it. oil Unr* EAU DE BEAUTE, ; rjOURAUD'S EAU DE BEAUTE, or True Witer of d r vT Beamy, for citerminating Tan, Krdueaa, 8*11 own ta, Pintplet, Freckles, Mo|>hew, Burnt, Biotcliet, and all eu- 11 taneouseruptioua?for realizing delicate white uecki, lianas, andtrmt, and eliciting a healthy jaTenile bloort, stands uu- t rivalled. lu toothing and healing properties in all roughness p and harshness of the skin?especially in allaying thr irritability a after shaving, is beyond compare. Am.ng the swarms of trashy , preparations and vile compounds forced into notice by parasitical pop gun puffs, Gouraud's Sain Lotion has unobtrusireiy c _ crept its way slowly but surely and stradily into pablic favor 1 throughout the United fttatei. This article is not recommended for its " cheapness"(its price being tl per bottle, though at this cost it it infinitely cheaper than the vile stuff spread daily ,i before the public, even il the coat were one shilling or one cent) Much cheap remedies or Mineral Astringents being not * only inadequate to the objects contemplated, but bv their repellanl sc ion, positively injurious to health. OOURAUD'8 * WATER OK BEAUTY recommends itself by its combined S* efficacy, harmlessnes* of action, and refreshing fragrance. q I ? A Krench lady writing to the proprietor, say#? ,, ?? " Oouraud?*Ti# but an act of justice that I shonld f pontaneoualy give you my unqualified testimonial of the unit' ed efficacy, innocence, and fragrance of your preparation for tl ' purifying and cleansing the skin. By its nse every pimidt tad I freckle have vanished from my face You should Mon A mi, ts h ?* it ta so sovereign and charming a remedy for scattering all .: blemishes from onr faces, call it let deliees des dames. En uu , ' m->r. jc sui enchantc de le cosmetiijue et je en voua reinerci* n de tout moo coenr. n EM1LIE DE8MOULIN8. Pension FranCaia, Greenwich attest." J1- "I have your Ems del Beam* in use?it is an admirable he and I at,ft 11 recommend iL" S. F.PHILLIPS, Philadelphia. " I have had several calla for your wash, for frrcklca, lie. A n _ lady living hare bought a bottle ol' you. and aaid it liad the C * desired effect." ALEX. GUTHRIE, p ? No. 4 Stsnwii Hall, Albany. t "I clieerfully bear testimony to the effi cscy and perfect innocence of vonr Eau de Brante;ia is decidedly a valuable " cosmetic. I cannot consent that you publish m) uime." The above is from a lady in f .e Roy Place, ni- " De ?r Sir? Having had a very favorable opportunity Tester- C Tor day evening for ripatiiting on the mtrirs of your Lsu de 1 ud Beautr, and showing the effects it produced on my hands, a . n- young lady requested that I would procure her a bottle of it. ' Please send one i-er bearer." e, JOSEPH M .Broadway. ? So strong is the proprietor's conviction of the entire efficacy r of the above invaluable prci*iation in realising all that it pro- i Teases to accomplish, that any disa'.isfied purchaser can receive c his or her money hark, if requeued. To be had only at Oi. O.'a Kiclusive Office, ?7 Walker St., . one door from Broadway, at $1 per bottle, and of the following Arrnui Albany, Guthrie, 4 Maiden Lane; Goshen, Elliott; rhdadel- I he pbia, Mrs Brown, 7t Cbeanut street; Riltimore, Heth Haoee, \ ler Pratt at; Washington, Selby I's.krr; Alniudrij, C C Berry; , Ite llsrtfool, Wells It Humphrey; Boston, Jordan, 2 Milk street; |.a Norwich, W Kanlkner; Lowell, Csrleton: Salem, l?es; New n- Haven, E Myers; Providence, Dyer, Jr.. Cisi innatti, Thomas, ' Main street, and others throughout the U. States. I n Ooomnd'a Pood re Suhtile, for completely and permanently t or eradicating superfluous hair, fljper bottle. | 'IS (lour mil's Liquid Vejetshle Rouge, M cents per bottle. , nd Gonniud's Blanc D*Etpagne, imparts a pore life whiteness to skin, free from the deleterious principles generally entering 'st into combination for this panose, ti cents i?er hoi sl7 Im r ro FRENCH ARTIFICIAL FLUWhK.S. ? 1VAH. J. B. JACQUKMOD, manufacturer and importer of ( of French Artificial Flowers. 13 Lispeoard street near Broad t ?i- w*Ji h** J*>*t received by Havre packet Stilly, Duchess j on d'Orlean*. and Iowa, a large assortment of superior and fash n ar ionable flowers and feathers, of the latest Tsnsian styles s9 1 OVE. rOUKTaHIP AND MAHHIAUfc.?Jnsi puoiuh- t ?t ed, BeckUrds Phvsiologoical Mysteries and Revelations in . Love, Courtship ana Marriage, an infallible guide-book for " married and single persons, in matters of the utmost importance v to the human race. .... . ^ co" Amongst the things duly considered in this work ire?Lanses ,er of ani cures tor barrenness ; Offspring, with modes f^r preven"] tion and increase ; T? e arts or beauty and courtship ; The 13, danger of solitary practices, and how the habit mav Ikj removed ur* and it* effects cured ; The causes of Love of Jealousy, with a I p,i remedy for eradicating from the mind the seeds o( a hopeless. Y or an unhappy iwttion. kc.Jkt. Translated from the third * ? raris edition, by Philip M.Howard. For sala at Itt N ass an 1 ? ss& szJsw>l Stttt feSvfra.-yif.t,: ? -. wiHivmrc tb? work being sent to any pa/taf the United St. Us. * ' sl4-lm*t [ERA 42. Ucneral Sreelone. lor* Recorder Tallmadge, Judge Lynch aud Alderaau (.'arm an. Sari Jd.?Trialot Rev. .'Jnlaiit* Vtrrtn, Jut Ftrjmy unhnutJ ? I'sts? Da*icl Fokmil called by promcu>n for cross-examination?On Saturday when I la l the >urt 1 went away with my frionda to Brooklyn , I have en here e*ery day aince the trial commenced, 1 aaw Dr ranger on Friday ; I went to aee Mr. Verreti laat aveug but found no one there ; I went to ascertain how hia lie waa aince the inault on Saturday. Mr. MaxwxLL, for defence, here enquired how fat the icretion of thia court would allow the Attorney Oeneral proceed in thia mode of cross-examination on minor lints, aa it was entirely unprecedented in hia knowJge. The Curat stated that the Attorney Ceneral must emciae hia discretion in the mode of cross-examination. witrttsa continued.?The subject of this trial was not w?rwanuneavy n jmn?\^ue? i ivn ? t icn?r oatuiuu bis affidavit (handing witness the affidavit of De Bullion, lade at the same tine) and say whether if was not written t the same Line, and under what circumstances I Asian?My impression is that it was desired at that inc to postpone the cause for another day , the affidavit i. > our handwriting , they were presented to the court ud some argument ensued, I believe; I told Formal that was too late for him to appear as a witness. Westebu?Did you not suppose that by the admission of ui mel's testimony at that trial, that you would open the >or for ui to admit testimony to impeach Oranger's testi. lony 7 Am web- -I did not, because I did not know until the next lornlng that you had any such intention. Babeis- Do you know any thing of interest to the rosecution that has been communicated to you by Mr. erren7 Asntn- No, not that 1 remember j I could say someling about another affidavit here on die, made by Barilemy, if I was asked, with my opinion as to the bearing pon the trial. Westibw?Mr. Bartelemy is not on trial, wedont want tat Witmeis?I do not remember positively whether these rasures were the subject of comment at the time of the -ial, but am certain that the interlineations were. Aisscliko Bcbti sworn?I knew De Bullion about fonr ear* ago j I aaw him at Brooklyn ; he then spoke of 1adam? de Is Haye ; he said she was of ba.1 disposition nd bad character, and very much disposed to slander; in rderto satisfy me of this, he took out of his pocket an nonymous letter, and read it frem top to bottom ; it was rry abusive towards Madame de la Haye, intending to rive her from all tue htus,* where she was teaching; he utcuded to persuade mc that she had slanderedmy family. Cron-examintd by Basses?1 belong to Mr. Verren's hurch ; I think this was before the spring of 18W , 1 did iot seethe hand-writing ; I asked him where he got it nd he appeared to desire to make me think that he (De lullion) was the author, and be left me with almost the onviction that he was ; I think the letter wee the Brunei utter, as I know the Brunei family. Rev. Martih Eastivbn called and sworn. By Maxwell?Was Miss De La Have a witneas before he Ecclesiastical Court at the trial of Mr. Verren, and if l>, what statement did she make 7 Weitbbii objected, as the revelation of such testimony raa not admimble under the atatute. Dr. John Oaaiaoaa called and worn?I became aruainted with Dr. Verren in 18S6 or ISM , I knew Do nl lion long before. Miiwbll?When did yon obtain your knowledge of iea? anonymous letten f Avawra?I knew De Bullion since I USA, during the time ? haa required aome medical aid; in 183tJ, in the aumtner me, he brought hia wifeto my bouae, who complained ef rmorrhageof thelunga ; I then preecribed for her but ever made any charge. Baaaaa?We could not pay it. Ana.?But I could have asked for it, though; and I told im that aa he waa a teacher ho had no more money than e wanted. In the fiell of 1S33 De Bullion celled and aaw to; end during the converaation ha aaked me to what hurch we belonged to. I aay we, because my wife waa reeer!. I aeid tea, became my wife waa there I said hat an American iamily had offered me aaeat in a church -De Bullion eaid he waa clerk of 'he veatry of Mr. Veren'a church. I a?kod him who were hia colleagues in ho veatry ; he laid they were a art of old women from irat to iaat, and that he could do aa he pleased. I a?ked ilm if the Reverend (fentleman would let him do ae he deaaed. I ?aid no; he eaid he waa just a* much of aa old toman aa any of them; and, heaidrt, he ia a little afraid ot ne, lor he know*, aa he ought to know, that I have it in ny power to do him harm. I aakrd how can that be; he eplied I will tell you, that ia, between ui. He then aeid, inn night I went to aee Verren, and gave him a bundle of otter* to look over?a* you know, *ay*he, that perfection e very difficult? Mr. Verren waa engaged with aome one n hia atudy, and he told me to leave them on hie table; he vent the neat deyforhia letter* ^ the door of hi* houae ira* opened by the aervani, urn ue ??? ?ui?irru, novithout enquiry he went up stair* to the study of Mr. Ver-en be there found hi* bundle of letter*, and on the table ilso the copy of them. De Bullion then said that he hought what could tie the intention of Mr. Verren to opy my letter*. I thought that if it wat hi* intention to larm me, I now had him in my power, a* 1 then took tio h opiu* and original*, and brought them away with me. q.?Who did he *ey they were to be cent tot A One of them, he laid wa? intended for that rascal of i French Censul De La Forest, De Behr, Mr*. Davit and and*, if thi* dont satisfy you that he i* an old woman, hen I will toll you a curious story?'" Iu the month o< day, 1B87,1 went to see Mr Verren. I asked him what laws I?no baptisms, no marriarea to-day? The story waaheredispensedwith. Wivea's continued?Further than this 1 can say no hing against the gentlemen in one manner or other. 1 id not first ?ee Mr. Verren after thi*. I met him in Broad ray in 1H3H, or in January 1H30. I went to him and toh dm? (Witnee* wa* atopped by Barker.1 Witisess continued? I never told anybody what I knew bout these letters until after the book was published; I hen told Mr. Verren what Da Bullion had said. 1 never leard him say anything of Madama Da la Haye. Crots-aMssinsd fry Waiitais? I am ? native of kwitrerand, and studied medicine thare. Warraaw?Were you not engaged ia any other bunnem ir vocation 1 WiTpet*?Ualeaa I canj give a short hi*tory of my lit* luaea 10 ; l law ur. uranger ycimut; , vex, ?- ? .swa euk of this cage but wo did talk abont Houiapathy. 1 i about 60)fMnof igr, and was never under oath bere in conrt. Baaaaa.?Did you not make an oath before the Vice lancelior in the caae of Madame De BouUon I Answeb.?Yea ; but that waa not a court; it waa only fore one man ; 1 waa preaent at the trial of De Buillion id did not say to any body that Mr. Verren waa a bad an, a great villain , I could not aay ao becauae I did not ink ao ; I never told any body at that trial that I did not low any thing about the trial; nothing waa aaid between a and Dr Oranger relative to him and me coming to court lave taught French in the achool of Mra. Wood,Barrow reet ; 1 have taught achool for Mra Nelaon, in Hyde >rk ; I do not remember having taught Mr. Weekaoi the iwery ; 1 have taught Mr. Tredwurm, the lawyer, at a home; 1 taught drat Mr. Walter'a, in Weatcheater lunty ; next at Mra. Nelaon'a ; then at Mra. Wooda in irrow street; then at Mrs. Lyona at Tarry town; next at r. Young's ; and theu in Brooklyn, in Washington Avele ; I huvv lived in Foughkeepsie ; 1 hired a room ; I ivor hud a family ia America; 1 lived in Fouahkeepaie a ar, and waa principally engaged in selling Homo-put hie edieines ; 1 waa twenty yeara old when I became a aoier ; when 1 waa aubpoenaud aa a witness I gave Mr. arren my testimony in writing- this waa the aame day vaa subpoenaed?when I went to Mr. Verren's house I el a young man who gave me a subpana, and I then ive Mr. Verren the paper containing the evidence. Barker?Who told you you waa to be subpoenaed to at d this trial 1 Answes.?The papers aaid the trial waa to come oif. Barber?But who told you particularly that you waa be a witness on the trial > Answer.? My head told ma. (Laughter.) Barber.?What made you prepare the paper you gave Mr. Verren? Answer?1 made it out for my own convenience, supising that 1 might be called aa u witness. The paper wa* here asked for by Mr. Barker, and preintedby Mr. Maxwell. Witness continued.?I went to Chabert's to tind Colon. James 11. Whiting, Esq., called and sworn?1 am the istrict Attorney of this county?I recollect the trial of e Bullion, and others?the name ol Kormel waa given to ie at that time by ? r. Verren as a witness. The Attorney General asked tha object of this exnination. Maxwell?My object is to show that Formel had made similar statement previous to this trial. Barkeb?I am not aware that it ia common to call wititses to endorse one previously oil the stand, who hua :cn attempted to br impeached by no other moans than rough his cross examination. The Court deemed it admissible, and Witness proceeded?Forraol mada these communica. >us to me on the eveuing that the testimony was used in the trial of De Bullion. Attorney General here objected to a question, and an gument ensued between him and Mr. Maxwell as to the Im'ssibility of witnesses stating the declaration of Forel at the time he gave tha information to Mr. Whiting. vt_ u ? :_a? * ,i??. mr. nvirmn uuic u?uio wvv wun "? ?wi. mi of Judge Thompson in the case of Hazard and Jehoitch, ai being in lavor of the admissibility of similar tssinony under almost similar circumstances. The Court decided that the evidence of the details made y Kormel to the District Attorney could not be admitted 1 accuunt ofthe relation that ha stood to the District Atuy at the time as a witness. WiTNKis continued?Mziwsu?Why was Kormel not (amined us a witness on the former trial alter ho had ade his communication to you / A.viwrb?The reason, as 1 understood, waa that Mr. errcn was not acquainted with me at the time?and i he had come from the same boarding bouse where these srsons lived,who had made up the book, it was uot known hether he w ouhl testify to the same facts thht he predated. At the close of the trial it was stated that he would so confirm the testimony of Dr. Granger. Msiwr.li.?Please explain the manner in which the aflavit of Verren was drawu up that forms the basis ol lis charge I Answca?On the morning ofthe day following the contusion of the testimony, in the trial of De Bullion, an llidavit was ottered by defence, made by I)e Bullion, to iscredit the testimony ol Granger, which was admitted ml read. A consultation was then held between mysell nd Mr. Maxwell and Mr. Patterson, who were engaged s associate counsel, and the making ol this uthdavit was dvised. I then set down in open court and drew It up then Mr. Verren signed it; it was presented in answer to his book, (alluding to the libel;) Mr. Western saw me vrite it, as wall as his client, Mr. Bartelemy. LD. Prlct Two Cent a 1 ah all paramptorily rafuaa to anawer any quaationa unleaa they coma under the head of thia aubpoena. which ta aa la what 1 know about the cue between the People and Mr Verreu. Waataan ?Were vou agaged in any machanioal eni ploytneut iu SwitaerLand/ A.?I decline answering. CI ?What huaineaa are you in newt A?I am a pbyaician. y?Have you ever been engaged In any aaeoheiuoai employment here 1 A.?I decline answering y.?Are you a regularly liceuaed phyaioian, and a Malar of the Medical Society 1 A ?1 am not; 1 have a: plied twice at their request y.- Had you and Lie Btiillion become very Intimate at the time he made the communication to you T A- ? Yea, 1 think ho made them on account of our friendship ; he had called tevarul timea at my houae ; ha never told me that he waa clerk ol the veatry until the time ha told me the atorv about Verren. WaaTian?Yeu could be elected a veatry man of a Church where De Bullion w aa clerk after he told vou what he did' ' ??. v. umu gu io cnurcn and worship ,.with lb* greatest criminal, u iny duty to my Ood has nothing to do with man , 1 took the sacrament at the church but nevar aaw De Bullion take it , i did not tcli Mr. Vcrren at thia tine what De Bullion had laid about him ; I kept it (or the fall of lbSe, until the book was published which waa nearly two years ; 1 inada no memorandum of it. Q?What object do you sup[>osc De Bullion had in communicating this information to you T A.?He said it waa between us; the circumstance was impressed on my mind from the fact that I did not know Mr.Verren, but having heard him preach in Bwitserland, it naturally made me take particular notice ; my wile also heard the conversation ; it was towards evening at my house, 100 Spring street, in the front room on the first fioor ; we took u glass ?1 claret; I waa elected a vestry man in 1839 ; at the first meeting of the vestry after that Do Ballion was elected; I assented to it as it would b# useless ; this was the last time 1 saw him at the veetrv ; at the next meeting he waa not there, and I was elected secretary, pro tern ; 1 visit the family el Mr. Verren and ha visits mine. Q.? Have you ever borne any other name than John Oranger ? A.?My name is John Mark Louis Granger ; and one of my brothers who was my god-father, also beaia the name of John ; for all ordinary purposes I sign my name merely John Granger ; but when I sign a deed or any thing important, I write it in full; you will remember, air, that we have fourteen children inourlamily. Whiter*?No, 1 did not know that; (laughter.) Wester*.?Have you ever borne another sir name e* cept Granger 1 A ?No, never. Whiter*.?Wiieu you aaw Formal last had you say talk about this trial 1 A?No?we talked about Homcepathy alone; 1 attended this tiial because 1 was subpivnsed; 1 know Madame De La Have and I told her since the last trial, it. Oreeu street, that Mr. Vetren wanted no better witness than her lor his defence- I had no conversation with Formal previous to the last trial ; 1 was but slightly acijuainted with him. Loi'ls Dt Bulliok was hers called bv Mr. Ilnlfmin ti I ?Did Mi. Virren entreat or request his wile to copy that letter, and did you ever aay that Mr. Veireu at this time drew a award cane and compelled his wife to copy them I A?No? f protest against it; no, uaver ; 1 never told Dr. Berrien that he did ?o : I said that on another occasion Mr. Verren took u cane that looked like sword cane, shook it over her head, and told his wife to go to her room. Q.?Yon have been in Couit and heard Dr. Oranger state what you told him relative to the letters?la It true or not I A?Extraordinary false; 1 call Ood to witnoas! and I entreat God to rend his vengeance on my head or niy body if 1 ever did ; and it not, on Granger's head ; I caliG to witness, to hear; vengeance to punish: 1 could net; no, Iaey? l he witness here became so excited that the Counsel of f roseculion were compelled to call him to order, wlUeh was accomplished alter some delay. Q by Juaos?When was it that Mr. Verren used tills cauo to his wife I Witness continued.?Mr. Verren's wife corrected him in his spelling of a French word, when he became very much excited and swore. (The juror that asked the question here said?'" l?e heard enough.) Witness continued.?Yes, swore and blasphemed, and such a scene I never heard before in thu whole world. One of tho jurors here stated that if the Court did not intend to adjourn soon, he wished to leave e moment, when? Henrv M. Western, Esq., rote and said that he regretted the pertial illness oi the Attorney General, with whom he was engaged in this cause, and he was about to ask an adjournment until to-morrow, to enable him to recover himself ; hut another circumstance had come to hie knowledge, thatol itsell, he thought, would be suthcient to cause the Court to adopt that courte. '1 his was the sudden decease of that good old man, lormerly the head of this Court, Richabd Hiker. He then passed a highly complimentary eulogium upon his ability aa a Judge, and hia virtues as u man, and stated that he ahould place the matter at the disc retion of the court. The Coi'st, with a lew remarks relative to the memory of deceased,immediately ordered an adjournment until II o'clock this morning. Court of Oyer and Terminer. Before Judge Kent, and Aid. Underwood and Kelly. Sett. 26 ? The Septi mber term of the Circuit Court and Court of Oyer and Terminer opened reeterday, end the toilo wing gentlemen w ere empanelled ea Orand Jurors Ellas L. smith, lirtmiu, Augustus Averiii, Alired Barmore, Lucius Comstock, Samuel N. Dodge, Samuel Dick, Michael Dougherty, Geo. Ferguson, Jr., Oeo. Kickett, Henry E. Hoit, Gilbert C. Hibbatd, Jas. Kerrigan, Thomas Kelly, Henry 8. Mitchell, John Mocdinger, Wm. M. Stone, John D. Spader, Wileon Smell,John 'lownaend, Jr., Henry Vandewater, Thomas Walker, Daniel West. The Jury, after being addressed by Judge Kent, (who alluded to the various topics required by law, else to the recent prixe fights, lie.) retired to their room lor consult*tiODh The Murder Casss?The trial of Richard Knobhe, for the murder home time since of a little boy in Cherry at., by cutting hia throat, was set down for Wednesday, Oct. A- Mr. trail and Mr- Bradley, will appear as hia counsel. Margaret Owens, a young women, a Dative of Ireland, was arraigneu for the muruer of her male intent child, by wounding and strangling, and then throwing it Into the sink, at 78 Bayard street, while livine in the family of Mr. Thorne, aa servant, on the 36th Jl, lest. She plccd not guilty. Mr. Haskett appeared as her counsel, ana the trial was act down for Thursday, Oct 6. Monroe Edwarde.?The District Attnmov nMMvicwt ?/* the Court that he vu rea<ly to proceed on a second iudiotment in thia case (for the Bank of America money Col . C. obtained from the English house.( Mr. Price, one of the counsel for prisoner, said they intended to make appUoe lion to have the trial put off lor the term, and would be ready with an affidavit to-morrow. Leave was (rantedto otter such. Dcaih or Richard Rises.?Mr. Lord announced to the Court the death of the late Recorder, who, he said,bed occupied a distinguished situation in this sity, and suggested that the Court aa|>ourn, as a tribute of respect to bis memory. Judge Kent responded to the reouest, ordered that the Court adjourn, and that the proceedings be entered on the minutes. The Court then adjourned to Tuesday, at half peat ten o'elook. POCKET KNIVES A T 1S2 Broadway, between John street and Howards' Hotel, -fa. iHd'i pen, dirk end pocket knives, r?-Ailing et price te suit tne times. Also, a large Assortment of Scissors, Reeois: Champeirna Cutters, Denul and bmcinsl Instruments, sad evsry otherartiele usually kept by cutlers. All k;nda of can lery made to order end repaired. Steel irtielea polished la the highest perfection of the art. s? in'c J. D. CHEVAL1KR. 11 Broadway. 'TWINE?100 baits Bridpori manufactory. assorted sues. J. just received per recent amuls, lor sale bv ** 23 E K.COLLINS fc CO. * Southst. HATS FALL FASHION?IMS. (" WM. BANTA would respectfully esll the attention of jp^his friends, customers ami the public in general. to hie assortment of Hats of the Fall Psttem.got np with s particular regard to neatness, style, and durability. Fereoaaahoat supplying themselves with thai indispeiissble article of dress, and who study taste and economy in i'? selection, would do well to give l,im a cell, believing thst the within tamed low pneet would P^lla eatisKv ikavii - if" tha gfiKsPrihrra nMfpnlinna In null akwMs tii:?Short napped silk twit* at il.tt; rooleekin do $3t black can imrre do tl.M; ueutria do t3.j0, beaver do B4.M. Alao on HaiMl ireotlemea's traveling and dreascaps.chiliiran'e valval,cloth,and fancy caps. voatha aud boya liata "no capa. il lir ???r WM. BANTA, No. 1MChatham at. UOHTAHLK BLACKSMITH'S KOKOKB^'i^-Mb! a scribe rs, being the sole Agents for the Manufacturers of Conckliti'a Patent Portable Forge and Bellows, bag leave to call the attention of the t unite to the above article. That they have been called lor and introduced in nearly all parta of th? United Htatea. ia, we believe g anAcient evidence of their utility and convenience; being portable and compact. giv?e rhem far the preference over the common Forge for Bhiopt ig of every deaenption, Rail Roada, Canals, I'lanutione. Menu I'actoriea and all purposes for which the ordinary Forge I* ueed. Thoae marrafactn red fer the U.S. Navy ere W rough' Iron. Wr would refer thoae wiehing to purchase to eome few who can lecommend them from personal aa well an general knowledge, vii :? Commodore Crane, Navy Yard, Portsmouth, N. H.; Messrs Carr. Keiin It Hainca, Philadelphia. H"n- Oorarnier Krmn e, Weat Point Foundry, Cold Sorinc, N. Y. Messrs. S I. Ajlhauve k Co. 441 Broadway, N. Y., and <mt eitv biwaaaaWna "SSX t dnrability, and economy, bating 9'?kn wade for th^npesya Ofcation that will make the largeat ban new without dtaognnng It "spe'e'mcna and Deaigna can be awn at their EetablidilB.ru, ana ti, ..Jw.v or aent to any part of the Union. I "lo Z le 5icieii and caccetion of works of the kind, we rc r.r,li&i"^^"'''''r. N" " ? O K... alao to I firvenwich No. 40, Harmouy, 44, Covenant. JJ, Pereeveramm. iJ^ilao Military Companies and Sunday HcW>! Banners. and /hi aimieuei 9t! Nicbilm, Nnw England, St. (leorge, St An *"vVindo w'Shade, in great variety, frsm |l aach to thy richeat and beat, painted by the moat eminent artists. . ,, Stained Ulsss, after the manner of the ewcianle, wervanmd sever to change color, with many recent imfrovemenw n* char* li windows and oilier pahlic end private bnildingv, euam sua is, packet shira.stors window., kc ke 33^,".S^JSsr,\stsi aarssact iprntc, cmX* iUm oh?rar?J > <* pe in tea mthri lit ant Ttry damfcU and chw 1117r

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