Newspaper of The New York Herald, October 24, 1842, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated October 24, 1842 Page 1
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TH Vol. Vlll.?Ho. !1?4 --Wliolt Ro. 3145. NEW JERSEY RAILROAD AND TRANSPORTATION COMPANY. NEW YORK AND NEWARK ftsaea faeagfr -fiSS1 Pare rcdurrd to "45 renin. From Joe foot of Onrtlaudt street, New York. (Every day?Sunday asktepCed.) Lf..r, N,? V-rt A ,K"t,NTV r M At 9 A. M. At i P. M. At TV A. M. At IS P. M us .io. ? do- 2 4?- *3 i?|V do. 9 ">0- JS H0, a a... n 7* Jo I do '? J?' ON SUNDAYS. Fiou the foot of Liberty street I York. Leave Newark. \t 9 A M ?"d ?S ' At 12 Neonaud 1(1 P. M. Ntvv YOhS, ELIZABETH TOWN. Le.ve New York. Leave Elisabeth Town. <t A. M. ^ A. M. Skfk !SA, 7 9* " TV traius for Wcslfield, Plaiufield, Boundbrook, Soinerville, tir., connect with the 9 A M, 7H and P M trains Irom New York dally, Sundays rvctpled. Fare between N? w York and Elisabeth Town25 cents. 1.- L-.- .1.. ..w I hi. ...... rv i 11 a t\ cnU NEVP "voilK. UAHWAy""aND'NEW'BRUNBWICIL Karr reduced. From the foot of Liberty street, daily. Leare New York. Leave New Brunswick. At # A. M. At 5J6 A. M. *xr- .M- 7* 4? " 12X ? P. M. On Sundays the 5>< and 7>> A.M. trips from New Brunswick and 2% P. M. train from New York, are omitted. Kaie between New York and New Brunswick, 75 cents. Railway, 50 cents The lore in tile 5)? and 7>i A. M. train from New Brunswick. and 2.^ and tjlk t*. M. train from New York, has been re duceil. New York and New Brunswidk, to 50 cents. " arid Railway to 37X " Passengers who procure their tickets at the ticket office, re ceire a ferry ticket gratia. Tickets are receitrd by the con doctor only on the day when purchased. null 3n?* K NEW YORK AND BOSTON RAM, ROAD LINK, w Via Nonwirw auo Woucestsih Ksiluqads. From Pier No. I North River, Battery Place. The new and splendid steamboat NEW HAVEN, Captain J. K. Dustan, will leave every Tuesday, Thursday atad Saturday afternoon, at 4 o'clock. The new and ?| lendid steamboat WORCESTER, Captain J. H. Vanderbilt, will leave every Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoon, at 4 o'clock. Passengers for Boston will be forwarded immediately on the arrival of the above boats at Norwich, aud will proceed without change of cars or baggage. For further information, enquire at the office on the wharf, ou boi id the boats, or to D. B. ALLEN, 39 Peclt slip, up stairs. All persons are forbid trusting any one oa account of the above boats or owners. "11m* WINTER ARR/NUEMENT. NE\ A^iSfiSSc1NE DIRECT. Via Newark, New Brunswick, Priuceton, Trentou, Borden town and Burlington. THROUGH IN SIX HOURS. Leave New York, Iroin the foot of Libexty slrcat, daily, at 9 A M and P M. The morning Line proceeds to Bordentown, from thence by steamboat to Philadelphia. The Evening Line proceeds direct to Camden, (opposite Philadelphia) without change of cars. Passengers will procure their tickets at the office foot ol Liberty street, where a commodious steamboat wilt be in readiness*. with baggage crates on board. Philadelphia baggage crates are conTeyed from city to citv, Without being opened by the way. Each train is provided wiih a Ladies Car, in which are apartments and dressing rooms expressly for thp Ladies use. Returning, the lines leave Philadelphia from the font of Chestnut street by railroad from Camden, at 9 o'clock A M.and 5 o'clock, P M. The Lines for Baltimore, leave Philadelphia at 7 A M, sud 4 P M, being a continuation of the lines from New York. s28 lin'r RAILROAD NOTICE. " 1 MARKET AND FREIGHT LINE. NTHFI"i'N'swic^ anFukWWRK. cpllE NEW JERSEY Railroad and Transimrtation Company have established a Freight Line between New Brunswick and New York, which they iutend to run permanently. Leaving New Brunswick at A.M. daily, (Sundays excepted) and the foot ol Liber tyutreet, New Yoilc, at 2% P. M. To country dealers and meiciiauts the above line is very desirable for the speedy and coeap conveyance of merchandise of every description, and more particularly to Drovers 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 trans imitation of cattle, kones, mules, sheep, hogs. Ike. and all other kinds of mercliawlise are very low, never exceeding steamboat price*. ^Merchandise sent by this line is not subject to any extra charge in crossing the North River. The Company have fitted np a large storehouse at New Brunswick, adioimng the Railroad Depot, which will always eoi>en lor the reception of merchandise. Passengers purchasing their tickets at the ticket offices, will receive (erry tickets gratis. O" Freight for Newark, Elitabethtown, Rahway, Westfiela, Plaiuheld, Scotch Plains, Boundbrook and Somerville, is conveyed by the above lines, and delivered the same day when received. suit 3m* fare and Freight reduced. ^ . I: \"R M \ i !. "f^ivfhh^RANU BOSTON, via STO.N INGTON AND NEWPORT, comloosed of tire following superior steamers, running 111 connection with the Stouington and l'rr vidcuce, and BoWon and Providence Railroads? . MASSACHUSETTS, Captain Comstoek. ru'J RHODE ISLAND. Captain Thayer. . "3 NARRAQANSETT, Captain Woolsey. [,} MOHEUAN, Captain Vanderoilt. * One of wlisch will leave New York daily, (Sundays excepted) from Pier No. 1, North River, Battery Placs, at five oclock, P. M. AaaanoRMKisTs. The RHODE I9LAN D, on Monday and Friday-, for Stoning on. and Tuesday^br Stouington, Newport and Providence. The MASSACHUSETTS, on Tuesday and Saturday, lor Stomnglon, Nrtviwrt and Providence, and Thursday for StonIllgtOII. Passengers on the arrival of the steamers at Stoninpton, may take the Railroad Cars and proceed immediately to Provi dence and Boston. Freight taken at the following much reduced rates To Boston, on goods weighing forty pounds or up wards to he cubic foot, at ti M pvrtou, and ou measurement goods 7 cents per foot. To Trovidr^ice, on measurement goods Sonu per cubic foot, and specific articles as per tarif to be obtained at office 23 roadway. mil ?mr " "FA'RTT REDUCED. persons going south. O" FARE REDUCED on huh the routes from Baltimore to Charleston, by the _ Cnesapeske Bay, Portsmouth, Wcldou, Wilmington, N.C., and thence to Charleston, to ?23. hum Is on the Bay boat* included ; or via Washington city, Richmond, Pitersbnrg, Weldon, Wilmington, N. and thence to Charleston, to $22, meals extrs?making the fsre on hotli routes the same. Every exertion is mane to keep the Railroads and Steamboats connecting these lines in good Older, and ex|>edite travel, and make passengers as comfortable as pos srble. By this route yon may be sure of reaching New Urleana from New York seven or eight days sooner than any ojher line, at an expense not exceeding $72. E. B. DUDLEY, o!9 2wr President W. k B. K, R. Co. LOOK AT THIS. A MERIC A X TR ANSP OR TA TIOX C O GENERAL PASSAGE OFFICEBOATS LEAVE ALBANY UAILY. PASSENGRiJ Forwarded, w ithout delay .to Utica, $I,J0 Cleaveland, Ohio, $5,25 Rochester, $3,00 Detroit, Mich., $s,75 Lockoort, $3.25 Portsmouth, Ohio, $8,73 Buffalo, $3.50 Toronto and KiuicsWhitehall, Si,75 ttn, U. C. $5.?> Oaweico, $2,50 Also, Kaslon, Pennsylvania, by Railroad k Suite $2,50 Pittsbnrch. $0,501 Bo?ion, Maaa, $2,50 And all partsol the Wcatern Country. M. L. RAY, k CO.. 141 Liberty street, near the Albany boats, New York. o20 9t*r BRITISH AND NORTH AMKIIIl AN KOIAL MAIL HTKAM SHIPS, Of I200*tons and 440 horse jaiwer each. Under contract with the Lords of the Admiralty. BRITANNIA, J. Hewitt, Commander. CALEDONIA, K. O. Lou, do ACADIA, A. Ryne do COLUMBIA, E. C. Miller, R N do Will sail from Boston, via Halifai. raoM LIVERPOOL. PROM BOSVOIt. Britannia, Hewitt, Oct 4 N'?v t Caledonia, Lott. Oct 19 Nov IS Acadia, Ryne, Nor 4 Dee t Columbia, Miller, Nov 19 Dec 17 Britannia, Hewiu, Dec 4 Jan I Passage Money?From Boston to >Liverpool, $135? Boston to Halilas $20. These ships carry cipenenced surgeons. No Berths secured nntil paid frr. , , , Note.?Merchandise and Specie (eseept for personal eipentes) shipped under the name of liiRKace will be charged at i rent nt, and liable to Custom House Regulations. Apply to ?JV r D. BHIUHAM. JR.. No. 3 Wall-st. STATEN ISLAND KERRY. Foot of Whitehall street. ^lir stUinbTaU STATEN ISLAND EU aud SAMSON will leave New York and Staten Island as follows ? NEW YORK. STATEN ISLAND, ,9 'M '!? i?H i r All goods shipped are to be particularly marked, and are at the risk of the ihereof. ?^Ll? OPPOSITION LINE FOB ALBANY'^3aThe new and splendid steamboat WAVE, SE36L3E-Capta.n Vanderh.lt will leave the steamboat wliarl loot ol tinbinion street, on Thuradsy, 13th inst. at five o'rloct P. M. for Albany Hiract. ImBAt'f M cenu and b?rth? J# renU. N. B.-Lnht freight taken at reduced pricee. For further particulars enquire on board. Oil PW r E NE NE TAKK N< iTICK NfcWAND GREAT INVENTION? FRANCIS'S HIGHLY IMPROVED MANIFOLD WRITERSBy this wonderful invention, a letter and duplicate cau be written in one operation, with more case oud greater facility than a single letter with au ordiuaty |>eiiaud ink. To the mercantile, professional, and travailing rait of the community, this truly great invention is of infiuite value, as it is a great saving ol time, trouble aud ii|iruie. The princifial advantage to be denied from the manifold writer it, that a copy of any document may be ktpl without any additional trouble to the writer, and without any iieoetally of using either aa inkstand or a jieu. The inatrument uted for writing ?t an agate point* ct>ute<|uenllv it never weart by uee. For bank*, insurance offices, merchants, meu of business generally, lawyers, postmauers, editors, re|K>rters, public officers, and all who may oe desirous of preserving copies of the r letters, do. uirientn, Ate. with an limn use saviug ol lime, and tlie satisfaction of lit ving an exact copy ol what they have written, this will be found invaluable. Francis's Maui told Writer has now been iu successful operation two years, during which time the proprietor his had the pleasure of receiving the unfeigned approbation of all whose approbation it has come under. At the late Fair of the American Institute the merits of the article Mere examined into by of lite inmr aKI* rlicimtft in ihc I'ounlrv. M'hti lironnUlli'ed II to b* a very uitfeuou* aue useful Cout/IVlttCe, ami uot liable lo clunge color by exposure to air, moisture. or chemical agents, t .Milt ,jc, Iitlvameil.il waa awarded by the liistitiifr. The proprietor haa lately made great improvements in thia article. '1 lie |?per is ol the brat quality manufactured ill the Uuitrd Stales, l*-ing made for the inaail'old writer expreaaly to Ilia order. Th,Arulltig ol thein, which haa for some nine been thought iin|iotaihle, li.ia at length been brought to perlecliou for winch a copvrignt haa been secured. The copying books are bound in a variety of forma and sires, vai j nig in price from iO cents and upwards. Staiioueia and Couutry merchants in general will Hud it to their advantage to procure the article, aa they meet with a leaily tale. A liberal deduction made to those who buy by wholesale. Newspapers or magazines throughout the country copying the aboveenrirr without alteration or abridgement (including this notice) and giving it twelve inside insertions, shall receive a copy suhjict to their order by sending a pa|ier c lulaiuuig the advertisement to the olKce of the subscriber. LEWiS FRANCIS, (3 William street, oil Im'r corner Maiden Lane, New York. NEWLY INVENTED TRANSPOSING PIANO FORTES, NO. 343 BROADWAY. NEW YORK. rPHE subscribers res|wctfully inform their friends ami the -a public in general, they have just finished a newly invented instrument called the Transposing 1'iano Forte, which they now inlroduce to the musical community. This Instrument I'o'ms a beautiful, rich and new exterior, both in shape and neatness, bes des a tone full, brilliant, and melodious. The great advantage derived from this new invrn tiou, is that music may be lrans|Hised info any key desired to soil the vocalists, or lor an accompaniment of any other instrument, and therefore worthy the attention of the amateur aa well as the ariist. A large assortment of Tablet Piano Fortes, rosewood and mahogany, 6 and GX octaves, with French graud action, are also constantly kept on hand, all of which we res|ieclfully tub inn to professors, amateurs, and the trade in general, at our warerooms and manufactory, as above. N. ju ? I'tauo rones laucd and repaired on the shortest notice. L1NDELL, WENNERSTROM It CO. s 20 lm*r *113 Rrnsilwrr. COUGH LOZENGES. "DETERS' COUGH LOZKNUE8 u? now rapidly inner A sediug all other preparations lor the relief of coughs,colds, asthma, w hoopiuK cough, ugliness of the chest, breuchiUs.aml similar pulmonary atfeciious. CONSUMPTION CANNOT BE CURED ! Those who say it can are imimstors aud <|uacks. Still it may he prevented or its progress stayed, by using Dr. Peters' Cough Lozenges. Begin in aeasou. Do not ueglecl a slight cuuzli until cousumje tion has commenced its ravages. A delay of a few days often proves fatal. Price 25 cents per bos. Peters' Cough Lozenges nave jwrformed some of the most remarkable cures on record. Oue trial of them is more satisfactory than a column of certilic tea. THE GREAT OBJECT GAINED! PETERS' MEDICATED LOZENGES are the most valuable discovery of the I9tli century. They are entirely pleasant to the taste, and more efficient than any other medicine. These Lozenges are the result of louc continued aud patient investigation and experiment, conducted lu concert by some of the most distinguished physicians in the Union, who, believing that some of the best known remedies might be prepared ill a Palatable form, have directed their labors to that end, till they nave produced preparations in the popular form of Lozenges for nearly every disease incident to the human system. TO PARENTS we say, co not be without these Lozenges at any time?attend to these suggestions as you value the lives of your children. PETERS' PILLS. TO THE WHOLE WORLD '. It is admitted by all who have used them, (and who has not) that Dr. Peters' Vegetable Pillaare the most unrivalled medicine ever discovered by the ingenuity of mau. They are a sovereign cure lor the following CO nplainta?Yellow and billions fevers, fever and ague, dyspepaia, croup, liver complaint, tick headache, jaundice, asthma, dropsy, rheumatism, enlargement of the rpleeu, piles, colic, female obstructions, heartburn, furred tongue, nausea, distension of th<stomach aud bowels, incipient diarrhma, ilatuleucy, habitual costiveness, loss of appetite.blotched or sallow complexion, and all cases of torpor of the bowels, where a cathartic or an aperient is needed. Thev are exceedingly mild in their operation, producing neither nausea, griping nor debility. Dr. J. O. Smith, of Woodstock, Va. says?" They are a bettor Pill tiiau 1 can make." Ho roonmmeuds their use. The agent at Stiaaburgh, Va. says he supplies families for 30 miles around wilh Peters' Pills, and ihey poriorm such remarkable cures that they are preferred to every other medicine. Mrs. E. Ward, of New York, was troubled wilh dyspepsia and liver complaint for 15 years. By using these Pills a snort time she was completely cured. Miss ('laik was atHicted with irregularities and obstruction, attended w ith most distressing symptoms. She was cured by using Dr. Peters' Pills. Hon. E. D. Davis was afflicted with rheumatism, so as to be unable to dreaa himself. Three boxes of Peters' Pills entirely Cured him. But why multiply testimonials 7 We say to all, try Dr. I*e tera' Vegetable Pill, and we will guarantee that afterward! vou will use tnem in preference to all others. WORM LOZENGES. Dr. Peters' Worm Lozenges are tn# surest and safest Worm destroyer ever discovered. It is estimated that in the United States, 100,000 CHILDREN DIE VEAHLY from the effect of Worms alone. This vast mortality can be almost entirely prevented by the use of Peters' celebrated Lozenges. Thousands and tens of thousands pine away and die without suspecting the real disease. The following at- a few of the symptoms; Headache, pale lips, flushed cheeks, disturbed dieains, fevenshness, lliurst, had taste in the mouth, offensive breath, itching of the nostrils, pain in the stomach, nausea, unnatural appetite, swelled stomach or limbs, sense of something rising in the chest, Jkc. IJ 7" Mrs. Call trine Ann Briggs, Cherry it. Philadelphia has a little daughter who had beeu in a decline lor aeseral years.? At limes she would eat voraciously and sometimes eat nothing at all; and she was last wasting away; her symptoms were so Miiusual and contradictory that the doctors knew uot what to do, but do what thev would, she constantly grew worse, and reluctantly thev declared she must die. At the request of a friend, the mother at this stage procured a box of Peters' Worm Loleuges. The first dose satisfied all that worms were the cause of all the child's sufferings, and two bozes effected a perfect cute. Mr. J. W. Car;ienier, merchant, Roosevelt st. N. Y., says Dr. Peters' Worm Lozengrs iiossessrs more merit than the doctor claims fot them. He has used them in his family with success when eveiy other medicine failed. Wherever thry ha?e been jsed they are preferred to all other remedies. In fact Dr. Peters and his distinguished associates, possessing many receipts of great value, selected from each the most valuable parts, and they confidently say those lozenges cannot be itnprovrd. CORDIAL LOZENGES Peters' Cordial Lozenges are a s|iecific for the relief of nervous or sick headache, lowness of spirits or uielaueholy, lati gntvr and debility, either from previous disease or too free liar ing, tremors,spasm of the stomach, irritability of the nerves, hysterical affection, drowsiness,cholera morbus, sense of fatigue, aud iwlpitalion of the heart. From their efficacy in the relief of headache, they are called by many the Headache Lozenges. PETERS' VEGETABLE SHILLING STRENGTHENING PLASTER. This is not only the cheapest, but the best, neatest, and most comfortable plaster in existence. Peters' Shilling Plaster is an easy and innst effective remedy for (Kin in the breast, side, or stomach?weakness or pain in the chest, loins, or bark?stiffness of the tierk?affections of the limbs or joints, whether produced by rl'emttism or other causes?habitual pain of the head or stomach?pile i, colds, coughs, liver complaints, weakness of the spine?predisposition to break out in biles and pimples, listlessness of the frame, and for gene ral dehilttatiou. Let any person afflicted as above try one of refer*' Khilling Plasters, and we wll venture to say that he could not be prevailed ou to discard it again, for teu, or most |>robably for a hundred dollars. Price 12 1-2 cents. Prtnci|>al Offices, 125 Fulton street, corner of Nassau and 159 Broadway and 90 North Biadi street, Philadelphia. s2S lm*r the shielded victoria shawl and Diaper pin ANEW and important article for use in the nursery, aud as a fastening to Isdirs shawls, cloaks, fee. Patented in the United State* and in Euro|>e. t is rapidly gaining favor wherever introduced, and has become an article which it will be to the advantage of dealers in fancy ha/dwate, fee. in the country, to supply tb. ms. Ives with. For sale to the trade, by most of the wholesale dealers , in such articles in the city of New York. Thread and needle stores and dealers in fancy articles, stip5lied on liberal terms, at the manufactory ol the patentee, U6 av street. Brooklyn. s22 lm*rc "one price Cash store. At *f Chatham sliest, where will be . jund clothing st the i.-Mowing low prices:?Beaver and pilot cloih coats, from (5 to SIS; satinet! pants from SI SO to fit <J >nble and single bicaste'd rest, from $1 59 to S2 50. The west sice ol Chatham s2*lm*r HF.NHV COCilWELL, terrapin lunch, UNDER THE AMERICAN MUSEUM G OUR MONDE' QUI VIVE! THOUSANDS of our good cits, lovers of goo-l fore. have been lor some weeks |psst suffering severe iliss|>i>ointmeir from (lie closing of the for-foined "Terrapin Clinch." The " fiifnl levtr, is now, however, over, and anin may ihey "feed well, lor be ir known that the John Adorns, of Knickerbocker memory, "hangs his hst" un at the Terrapin ; also the t>ronrielor. one of the finest little f* llows in Christendom, y'cle|< WJ Gerr. Now, then, smack your lips ve cormorants in the Turtle Sonp and steak line , the mantle or 'Sandy ' has fallen upon lohu, to (perfection, in good eating and drinking may he aga in guaranteed at the Terrapin. A single look into the old "le? Bos," will ?|ipeaee the hunger of htm with the short purse, ami a taste of the genuine at half the old prices will tie Hie lire palate of the veriest anchorite. * me Owen Turtle served up this day, and every day during the season. ol?lrr,*m rr<>TAMlLIES UOINO SOI I H. to the W.,1 Indies or 7 Europe.?A respectable female, 24 years ol age, wishes to obtain a f-rmaiiriit situation as seamstress, in a genteel lamily. She would prelergoing to Eurniie, yet would accept of a good offer to go South or to the West Indies. The best ol refer enees given. Address A. A. A. bos tti, npper Post office, N. York. sltr new stove. shkpard's patent reverberator. rUHE subscribers offer this day to the public, the office and A |>?rloraire of this new and splendid patent store. We ask all in w?nt of stoves to call and examine it. It is hy for, the mitt I fVient and economical stove offered for a number of viais, aiid Ins the approval of all who have teen It, and bids fur to take the lead ofallothere. Larger sites will be in readiness in the course sf a few days. In the mean lime, the piiipiciple of the store, can be seen fully developed in the size exhihited. hhepardsico Nott's Stove Warehouse, No 242 Water street. N. B.?A splendid assortment of Note's Radiator Stove the only stove in the market suitable for warming dwellings churches, hotels, public buildings, kc. A two story house can :'r warmed with three tuna of coal, less than one grate will consume. ..... Drums for parlors end kails, in style and satiety unequalled in the city. Also the beet wood cook stove ever offered. r.29 lm"ec 4JUOAR?tM hhds iwime New Orleans Sugar, lor sale hy O e K. COLLINS k CO., II lk M South street. W YO :w YORK, MOJN DAY MOJ MARTIN'S CASH TAILORING E STAUL13H M K N T . 164 William Street, Corner o) .1nn Street, 18 decidedly the chraiiest in the city There i* "Iwaya ou linml aieliirl ?lin k ofumniwoii leiwii pirtifH fur c*?h, which will lie made up to order in the ?tyle of make, til, trim miab kr? tint ha* guru such g. lieial satisfaction during the last Tour ye are, and at a poeitive laving of 40 per cent. Gentle men are requested to call and etainiue. Thoae who furnish tli en own goods, can have thein MADE AND TRIMMED. Dreea Coats, made and Iriuiined, -(7 uo to St Ml Frock Coats, do do 8 00 to 9 40 Pint* and Vesta, I TJ to 00 OirrCoati. 00 to II CO XT" Ttrinj?Cash ou deliveiy. sia I in* c MICHAEL K. MAHTIV N B"W CASH TAILORING ESTABLISH VI E N T , NO 93 CHURCH ST. (BETWEEN HKAnkl *sn CHAMBERS STREETS. /"GENTLEMEN I Ornish n< their own goods c4Ii have thein C* made up in the most lashiouable French style, cheaper than ever offered before in this city. Overcoats made and trimmed $4 50 Frock coats " " " 7 JO Dress coats " " " S iO Vestaud Pants JI 50 to 1 71 N. B.?Repairing done iu the neatest maimer. "I !">*" SAMUEL WVANT. ON E PRICE STORE rPHEHE 13 NO IMPOSITION practiced at inis Horn t>v * asking double tile price au ir ,ic|e is wortii, neitner anv in terru|Kioiion the ndt walk. No insult ottered it yon don I purchase. Any pen in w ishiug to make a purchase can rely oil be nut furnished with clothing at the following prices : Coals $9 a 12 Cloth Jackets 3 a 1 Cloih Pants 3 a I 50 Saltinelt Pauls 1 50 a 2 50 JACOB COOSWELL, ot lm*r BiX Chatham streat, Mit RosevrIt it., N Y. S H IS T 8 . vJ HIRTS made afler the la'.vat and moat approved French C pttiems. Coats, 1 autalooua, vests, and all undergarments, inadu to order at short notice and in the most fashionable style. ^Oeutlemcu'j burnishing Store, ti.' and 1.9 Maiden Lane, New _s3 3m * r WM. COLUWH. J. 8ORIA, FRENCH DYER, PEARL ST., Principal Office. 1111A.vKKUL for the pan image heretofore bestow d, let's iwclluily lulorms the putilic that he has, for the accommodation ol his customers 111 the upper pirt of the city, opened TwoOtfices, one situated 257 111 i.i.i ?r? St., the other 352 owEhr. lor the recep 1011 anil delivery of Omuls. All kinds of Bilk.ttotton and Woollen Oo?ds D V ED. Meriuo anil Camel's H>ir Shawls cleaned in the Kreoch style, with neatness and despatch. All kiudsol' Wtaring Apparel ami Carpets scoured. Merchants cau hate all kinds ol goods ily ? ?l and put ?p in their original 1mm. limmtIyn Other, 19 Kultuii st. Brookly. oil Ini'r THE ANTI ANGULAR SYSTEM OF WRITING. GREAT REDUCTION. iron iwklvk TO an UtlLLlll ! \/TK. BKISTOW ol London, respectfully lulonna the Ladier i-'i- and Oeutleuiciiol'New Vmk and Brooklyn, that hit claatat Day and Evening, have comnencrd Jar the season, and that he hat evuiaf. n hit Trimaour nail,?to Bit Dollara! AiaotMr No 196 bHouawav, nkah I'ahr Black. tirnileiuru of all ages aim i>osiiively taught in twelve lessons, a bold, /ret, expei/i'ious and hniahed business-like atyle ol Writing, no matter now bad, illegible still, or cramped the writing may be. Bee specimens at li,e door, 236 Broadway. Asd the Lauiks A neat and handsome, delicate and laahionablr llunuiug Hand It 1'welvk East Lessons ! O" V181TOKS ill New Vork cau lake a coarse in Three Days !?Mr. B. u to be accu iroui 9 to I A. >1., or t?iom 4 to V P. .vl. Evening Classes from 7 to 9. Book-keeping Tangh on a superior method, by double and single entry, cieutilical|y and practically. 1 I X IA/1 c 1 c 1 STENOGRAPHY. A new system ol tile /art of Writing Bhort-hand, for taking down Lectures, Sermons, Trials ai Law, tic. Sic., t lUglil perfectly by Mr. Bristow in one ceurse ol lesaous '. at 236 Broadway. Bee a s|<ecirncn. N. B.?A work of the author is presented to every pupil for their permanent guide. olllia'r Ja. WOOD'S ~ NEWLY INVENTED 1'AlYLdJU. AVN1J 1IAUL SlUVfcS. rj^HIS is one of the most valuable invention! ever offered lo I- the pubi c in thu stove Hue, and is the most perfect article extant, lor the use of" all kinds of coa, or wood, lu healing apartments. It lias no less thsu four radiators ami two desceud iuj flues, so arranged that the radiators are placed brtween two fires, and cause all the heat generated le he distributed iulo the apartmeut ; while in otne. stoves a I trite portion ol the heat is carried off in the |U|>e. (Jlie peek , I coal iu this stove will yield more heal than . bushel lu the heal stove now helore the public ; while you have the ad'aut tae of au open tire or splendid itrate at pleasure It is allowed by all who have examined it to be the most perfect combination of utility aud oruamvnL ever brought lorward; but to be fully appreciated, it ueeda only to be si eu aud examined, aud all id want of a superior article for healtux |ut lors,lulls offices, nurseries, See. are invited to cal,. Prices are suited to the times. Also on hand a variety of other Stocks, suitable for all |mrI loses, which will be soul very low. L. WOOD, 237 Water street, between o21 lm*r Peck slip and Bet kmao street. STOVES?OVENS. rpHE larifest assortment of Stoves of any house lu New A V'ork.?Their newly invented Parlor Store ueetls but to be seen to be universally adopted. Its imaaruse radiating surfa e exceeds that of any other stove now in use?exhibits more lire, with the consumption ol less fuel, than any former luveiitiou. It also discharges us owu ashes by a simple process, without soiling or lodging its dust ou the furniture of the room in which it is used. It will be louno the ehev|iest aud most economical Store ever brought befoae die public. Als , Cook St ,ves, new, air tight, kc. tu all varieties, from three dollars upwards Every article w o rented HI LEV'S PATENT BOILEH AND IKON HEARTH is au admirable article?they can he fitted t* any stove now in use, aud of uiiei|ual>rd value in broiliug steaks, toasting bread, an also in heating irons IV r ironing cToihra. Hiley it the inventor aud sole paieutee. odl fl ill L E V fc MYERS, 23 Bowery rPO CUU.NTHY MERCHANTS?The subscriber would A call the attention of all who are lu want of Looking Glass aud Picture Kraines, to lilt eiteusive slock, which for quality ami w orkmanwup he flatters himself cannot be eicelled by any inauufacturer in this city. The trade in general would do well torall before parr basing elsewhere. V II.?Constantly on baud, a good assart riient of Fancy Woods of every description. HORACE V. SIGLEK, No. II Ann street and 44 Uamtneraley it. New Yoik. o I lin*r ESPY'S PATENT CONICAL VENTILATOR. '"PHIS clveap, simple and efllcit nt apparatus is adaptrutoall A purposes of Ventilation. Ships, Steamboats, v. nurches, Haspitals, Pruons, Mines, Vaulta, kc. kc. may b* its applica tion be kept free from ell foal air aud unwholesc me effluvia; it it also an effectual cure for Smoky Chlmmrv. The subscriber having purchased I lie ri ght for the Cit y and County of New York, is prcpaied to tipply the fuiblic with Coues on demand. Metal Roofting of all descriptions furnished in any part of the country. Cieton Water Pipes and Plninoeti' Work in general. Also, Galvanised Irou and Tin YVare at wholesale. Stove pipes, bath tul.s, coal hods, kc at rncet greatly reduced. All work warranted, an I orders by letter attended lo. P. SUMNER, s25 3m*m l td Water street. Remittances to Ireland, in-. kc'.-PhT .ubscriber continues to transmit money in sums large or small, to persons residing in anv part of Ireland, in tli- ?ame manner as he, and his predecessor in business nave dotre lor the last thirty yeata, aud more : also, to any part ol England, or Scotland. Money remitted by letter (post paid) to the subscriber, or personally driaisited with hiin, with the name of the person or persons in ireiaud, England, or Scotland, to whoin it is to he sent, and nearest post town, will be immediately transmit ted and oaid accordingly' and a receipt to that effect given, or forwarded to the sender. s2f lm*r _ GEORGE Me BRIDE. Jr.. B2CVd.a -street E A U D E B E A U T E . GOURAUD'S EAU DE BEAUTE, or True Water of Beauty, for exterminating Tan, Reduess, Sallown ss, Pimples, Freckles, Mophew, Bums, Biolches, aud all cu taurouseruptions?for realizing delicate white necks, hanus, audarms, and eliciting a healthy juvenile b'.oov, stands unrivalled. Its soothing and healing iiroperties in all rnughuesa and harahness of the akin?especially in allaying the irriUbillty after shaving, is beyond compare. Among the swarms of tiaxhy pre|>arationa and vile compounds foiced iulo notice by parasin, cal pop gun puffs, Gouraud's Hsu Lotion has unobtrusively I crept its vesy slowly hut surely and steadily into public favor j throughout tne United States. This article Is not recommendI ed for its " cheapness"(its price being SI per bottle, though at this coat it is infinitely cheaper than the vile staff spread daily before tha public, ev.u ii the ooal were oue shilling or ooe , cent.) Such cheap remedies or Mineral Astringents being not | only inadequate to the ohjecla contemplated, but by their re- I iieilanl ar.ion, positively injurioua to health. OOURALD'S | WVI~r.lt ur DF.au I I rt'COminenui useil njr in cimuiuru efficacy, haroilesanvvs of action, and refreshing fragrance. A Krenrh lady writing to the proprietor, says? " Mona. Ooorand?"Tie bat an act ol justice that 1 should 1 spontaneously give yon my unqnalified testimonial of ihe itult- t cd efficacy, innocence, and frattrancc of yonr preparation for | purifying and elrsnsirm the skin. By it* use every pimple and > freckle hare vanished from my face Yon should Mou Ami, aa it n ao sovereign and charming a rt mrily for acattfriM all blemishes from out facet, call it lea dtlicea dea damea. En un mat, |e tail enchante de la coametntae et je en root remrrcie detoul mon cornr. KM 11, IK DE8M0ULINB. Pension KraiKaie, Orernwich street." " I hare yonr Kan de Beante in nae?it la an admiratle I aitirlr, anil I ahall recommend it." i 8. F. PHILLIPS, Philadelphia. i " I hare hail aereral calls for yonr wash, for freckles, kr. A I I'dy living here bought a bottle oi you. and m.iil had the desired effect," ALEX. OUTHRIt, ( No. a Mtanwit Hall, Albany. " I cheerfully hear leatimony to the efficacy and perfect innocence of yonr Kan de Beanie; m * decidedly a raluable cosmetic. I cannot consent that you imbliah my Diar.'' The abore it from a lady in Le Roy Place. " l)e?r 8ir?Having had a very favorable upjaartunity yealer- | day evening for eipatiating on the mrrita of your Kan de ' Brautr, and showing the etierta it produced on tny hands, a young lady requested that I reonld procure her a bottle of it. Please send one per bearer." JOBKPH M . Broadway. So strong is the proprietor's conviction of the entire efficacy of the above invalnable preparation in realising all that it profeasea t-> accomplish, that any disatntied parrhaaer can receive his or her money back, if requested. To be had only at Di. O.'a KicHmIvw Office, #7 Walker at., one door Imm Broadway, at $1 per bottle, and of the following I Agents Albany, Outline, I Maiden Lane; (Jothen, Elliott; Phtladel. nlna, Mrs llrown, 7? Cheanul street; Uiltimorc, 8eth tlance, rralt St; Washington, Sclby I'a.kcr; Aleiandri.i, C (' Berry; II irtfnrd, Wells h Humphrey; Boston, Jordan, 2 Milkstrret; ! Norwich, W b anlkner; Lowell, Carleton; Salem, Ives: New Hi?en, E Myers; Providence, Dyer, Jr.. Ciaeiunatti, Thomas, Main street, and others throughout the U. Stales. (Jou rand's Poudre Subtile, for completely and permanently eradicating superfluous hair, S1 jper bottle. Oouraud'a Liquid Vegetable Rouge, 10 centa per bottle. | Oouraud's Blanc D'Espagne, iin|.arta a pnrc life whitenraa to skin, free from the deleterious principles generally entering into combination for this puisne, iil rents per bos. s!7 Im r TEACHER OF THE FLUTffi. 1 TMONZANI.il Thompson street, givee inatrucnoaa on | the Klute. Terms $11 per quarter. s<) lm?r DLEA^HINO POWDfcft?I* casks ' Boyd'*1" received |>er i ship Liberty from Liverpool, and lor aala by PER98E ft BROOKS, "*!' No.il Liberty street. 1 >RK F RNING, OCTOBER 24. 18

CROTON WATER. I DER90N9 who have not had pijiei introduced iRto their * houses, should lose no tune in huviu# it done before the cold aud frosty weather The subscribers have now ou hand a stock of pure lead, coin- ! position and tinM the letd pipe, which they are pre|?arrd to J (Ornishand put up in the most ei|?editious and w. rkmanliki , manner, aim ou the most reasonable terms. Belli* practical pluinuuis, thev will warrant wo.k done by them to be interior to noue in ibv cii>. All kind.i of lead work and Hydraulics furnished and liied ou the most approved inincline. . burr *t I VERS. No. 230 Water st, I s28 ltn#r Nett 10 the comer of Beekman ?t. riMEB.-Tlie only reason (Jul A. I 1 O. can assign for sellim; so inau> boots ? and stioe? at the Clinton Boot aud Shoe Mar set, 204 Canal t street, northeast corner of Hudsou street?wlieu aiuiost e very I body complains ol hard times, is, thai they keep (foods of the i best tjuality, aud sell thetn at prices to suit the times, audit terms as if almost every body had found this out. If any who read this should not yet have found out the store, the sooner i tucy giiihc auu iry uitf BOO 11 r Ult5> Will mtp tile rulVAll age. * Almost aiiytluu^ lliai is wnuled in tlu* boot ami ?hoe iiue, ot C any aiae, color or quality, cm be found here cheap. of Im'B A. KNOX h CO. 204 Canal street. DKKSS BOLTS? Latest rieuch Style.?The 4 subs, rib, r res|>ei'iiull> mi itrs tae cillleus of Xi * t Yolk, and strangers i isiting (be city,lo call at lit Kullou street i in.I esamine a laruc as,.., tin.m ol Dress Boots, made in the s latest fashion, aud of t>i? linen Krcuch e lll-skiu, u Oeutlrineu can liave boots in ide to order in the best mauuei at $4>,UU i>cr |Wti, warranted r,|ual to any made at $7 ,fXI, aud as c the uudeisntnrd lakes drawtu* of lire tret and keeps IdsU for t each customer he can ensure an easy vet handsome tit. Couaeautiy otiuuiu, raaniouauie Hoots, nr.. at the following aucesi in K'M ? I nun note iiinits, I oin gT.OO to t,00 Double sole " water-proof 's.Mt to 7,i0 Call, dress " j,U0 to 6,00 t>??l ' *' 2,2.- to 2,71 ( flail Boots, 3,(M to 1,10 Shoes, 1,10 to 210 Dane out fuutps and Slippers, ate., proportionally low. Yerins.caah on delivery. JOHN L. W ATKINS, s 27 I ol * in I If pulton it, between Nassau and Dutch TAH1S BOOTS AND LASTS X1AOK TO ORDER, By K. SUSEU, 146 Broadway, Near Liberty Stieet. K. St'Sf.lt. bootmaker, and maker of Lasts, an ?PV"l.lvr" Ol t/'erce of Tarts, begs leave to lulorm bis Irieod* aud alt the amateurs ol a geullrmaiily "chauasure," i tint lie call now make, in New York, with the best Kreuch I materials, all that is so perfectly made, in Tarts, by hit master i lire celebrated bootmaker Clerce, whoa* numerous customers I on this Mile ol the Atlantic, are respectfully invited to lit SUSKK'S boots aud lasts before they desn or of t ring "cliaus ses" tu New York, allt r the utces , latest Tartsh lashtou. Also, the .ruuiii- Tart.-. Jet Black Valium sold. i21lm*in LADIf.S' BOOTS AM) SIIOKS?Lochwood. JDl Bioadway, keeps a line assortment of la.lies'and Cnuoieui bonis and shoes, of the litest American and Eurt>|ieau lashlous. Orders received by the doaen Irom places ol 1 iihi .oablc wort ?n> cod'r A CAlllt. NOTICE TO THE LADIES?The subscriber, so well know n to the ladies ol New York lor the superior s.yle of Ladies Shoes aud Oliter Boots, brgs to state lor tile tulor naliou of Ladies vrii.iug the city, as well aa merchants and other trailers, that his store is No. 70 Liapcuard stieet, one street below Canal street, and uear Broadway, where all can be auppltrd at the shortest notice, aud on, the uioal liberal terms. Wholesale and retail. SAMUEL ALLEN. for getting up lite article of La diet Shoes and Uailei Boots we always considered ilr. Allen lar auper.or to any man we ever had in our employment. THUS. LANE R SON, alllm'r No. Til Lis,a n?rd St. uear Broadway. NOTICE TO FUCEAIEN. AND all others di'?irou? of'krepiug their Feet Dry ?u<l Warm 1 lluscoming kuou, By calling al the OLD EXCLUSIVE ' BOOT STOKE, Nj. lit Chatham street. tliey can be accorrr. inodatrd, as the proprietor In. ou baud a lull assortment ol bis well luiowu WATER PROOF BOOTS. Constantly ou baud a lull supply jf all other kinds of Boot' at prices to suit tbr tllll' i. I Also?(bat in'aluable article Rotters' Meiali Elastic Heel r Boot can be obtained at tlie Old Esciu?ive Boot Store, No. 144 | i halhamst. sH lin?r I THK hlKEIvA BLACKING. ; 'PHIS is a uev* article ol Ulackuut, imssesiing jualitie A greatly sui>crior to all oilier kinds now in use. j I4 softens and preserves tlie leather, imparting a brilliant polish with ball tlie usual labor required iu the use of the coininou Blacking. It luriher |m isriin that requisite so long sought for 111 the peculiarity of the couipoailtou never becoming bard dry, or mouldy by age. Dealers in Blacking are requested to call and receive a sample of the article gratis. Perfect satisfaction warranted in every case. , Manufactured and fur sale by J. M. JOHNSON, No. 4 Spruce street, near Nattau, New Fork. , N B.?A superior article of Writing Ink is manufactured by J. M. J. and sold wholesale and retail. s2t lui*r 1 HIGH POLISH. LEE'S STEAM IMPROVED BLACKING is now univeisally admitted lobe tar superior to auy yet unruled fur its peculiar prescrvalivetolleiiiug qualities to tiie leather, and { lor its esquisrte brilliant Jet black lustre, pru|*rlies entirely uurivalled. N. B.?For the genuine article apply 10 the only Warehouse, No. 1 John st, corurr of Broadway. CJlAS. LEE, slO lm*r Formerly Lee Ik Thomson. GUNS AN D P I a r o L~S . (jrt- EXCLUSIVELY.-AO 1 3 JOSEPH, 14 Maiden lane, up stairs, iin|K>rti&g *?<?n 'for the Male ol English. Germau aud French double anil single rtnel Fowliugaud Ducking Guiim, from the lowed to the liu sst qualities ;rulols of every description, for this and other iiitntmWiciM omhttditd oiftwil kinds, all <>i which he is now prepared to offer at the manufacture.'* prices, being appointed urent loi the largest houses in tftuU lino in Europe . which enables turn to sell at extremely low prices. A large assorted stock of the above always on hand. City and country merchants are |?articulaily requested to call, previous in making their purchase:'. jy27 3m*r JEFFERSON INM'KAM Kio.MI'AM-.N,.. 47 .Wall street, comer of Hanover street. This Cocnptity continues lo insure against loss or damage by fire on buildings, goods, warn, or merchandize generally ; also, on vessels ami cargoes against loss or damage by inland navigation, on as favorable terms as any other office ? .. DIRECTORS. Thomas W Thome Klisha Riggs ThomasT Woodruff Anson Biker Beujamin R Robsou Martin Hoffman John R Davison Joseph Allen John H Lee Joseph Drake Fiancis I' ftage Smiuel Underbill Thomson Price, James R Whiting Moses Tucker John P l^pore John C Merritt WnX lTioin Caleb C Tunis James h Holines THOMAS W. THORNS, Preside*. GEO* T. HOPE, Ihcrcuur. iM It aw Mfch r I IP T( >WN CONVENIENCE. f HAVE this day opened for myself, iu the upper part of th i-Ci'y. an cstablishiiirtit for the supply of families and parties with Oysters; and at the suggestion of several gentleman, I have connected with it the supply of Poultry and Game? all of which I shall sell at ilie chea|* si maraet mire. Families will pleas* f?v. rrne with their patronage, and I will wirrant my articles to he the heft. Suppers of Ovstes and O ime sent to families at any lime. Thv long experience which I have had in the oyster trade at my father's establishment in Broad street, will eiiihlr me always to furnish the best, which I shall sell as cheap as auy other wholesale establishment. GEO. T. DOWMXJ, 32t> Fourth street. the 3d door east of Broadway. Gentlemen can at auy time, have a supper of 0>stersaiid Game at my establishment. Pickled Oysters always on hand oil 21 34 3trc J E NIC 8 Z. GROWER?Informatlou is wanted of the pre ?? nt, or ;4'.t i'! tr.? of IWsidWMt of Jenks 2, UCOWtf, wWo was in New York six or seven years ago, and removed, it is hi lievod, to the State of Michigan. Mr. Grower, or any |?er sou furnishing information, will mn h oblige by sending the subscriber this information, or when Iiis residence can be ascertained. Information is wanted o: Mr. Growsr respecting a transaction which took pl'ce some ) ear* since. New York, September 17, 1842. JO IN W. LUDLOW, of 4wlUwM*f 78 ( oitl ndstrret, New Yor SELF-COOKING PISTOLS BLUNT It 8YM8, Importers and Manufactnrers, No. 43 Chatham street, have on hand a large wsor'uieut of the Six Barrels If Revolving Sell Cocking Pocket Pistols. < These pistols have the advantage over all others of the kind by the impossibility of losing the caps, the nipples being placed ill a horizontal direction,and there being no cock iu the wav to ^ prevent faking as correct sight at with the ordinary pistol or i gun. The above pistols can be furnished lower than any others | in the market, at wholesale or retail. We have as great a vane- ( ty of other kiiui* of Pistols as can be found, with Rifles, U. 8. Muskets, for shipping tnd military; Prize Muskets, do: fowl- , ing Pieces, single ana double; extra large size double aud single ] Guns for ducking, toigrllier with Powder, Shot, Flasks, Bags, Caps, Locks, Barrels, kc., kc.. in large or small ?iuantitie?. r N. B.?Country dealer* are requested to call and examine our , * issortmcnt before purchasing elsewhere. s!2m?r I | PARSELLS STAOATE," ! MANUFACTURERS OF ELASTIC STOCKS AND SUSPENDERS, LINEN DRAPERS,dec. ] 1'HE SUBSCRIBERS, in addition t<> their former atock nl , J faahumablr/rood., are constantly recamn, byererynew arriral from I'.iru and London, a mptdyof the nrnat rich >inJ , fathomable Scurf, and Crarats. Their nriortment n| larhioiM , bie Stock., Sciuf*, Cr'fMi, ready made Linen, Olovet, Sinpendara, lloa lrr?, aud all article! appertaining toa (rutlemati'i , wardrobe, are rich and varied. 1 hey ic,prctlully invite their , ol J patron* anil strangers visiting this ritjr, Ik call it the olil , K*t*hli*hmmt,so long md favorably known and make their ?e- , lections. I'AKSF.LLS k. Ait ATE, 241 Broadway, between Park place ?tnl Murray at. j They woa'd particularly rreommrnd au F.lastic Suspender, i with the (latent buckle, nf their own manufacture, which , for durability and comiort. cannot be surpassed. The unpro red Minerva Brace, intended to brace the shoulders and expand the cheat, are highly recommended by the medical faculty, and , mil be found india|i?iiaible. to permona who ara inclined to h< ml forward; and in (act to all indiridnala of aedrulary hab- , ill Paiaata and (Juirdmi* arc particularly requaatrd to esarnine thi* article, ai it will be found of imineme advantage to children of either aai who hare acquired the habit of stooping, 1 PARSELLS It AOATF. continue the manufacture of ihnr 1 celebrated Ruaaia Hiding Belt. all lm*m Dac?ITEH K E( I rYPE. TO THE PHOTOGRAPHIC ARTISTS. HI* A. AKTAULT It CO., nMJi Fulton atrret, oppontc ft, Paul'* Church, respectfully inform their friends and the !>ahlir, thai they hav'just reeeived by packet aliie Ai*o, au inroice of lOOfl Daguerreotype French Flates A new aupply of the bent and newest patterns apparatus 100 nances bromine "HI oancea bromine nf iodine Ml pounds hyproralphate of soda I Mi gramme* ol chloride of gold log pounds of tripnli of Teinae y Ml ounces chlonde of iodine a And the new book containing the lateat improvements mil e DsguerTcotyiie. "S li"qr t MARTETXB iV HOLDER MANN WILL OPF.Jf, on Monday. October 24th, UI2. at their ea- r tahliihmeiic, 37 Maiden lane, their new style of HeadIrearci, jurt received per ship Burgundy, consisting rd Barra's * Turban* and Bonnet Polouaia. beside* a variety of othel flrad t Dreases and Ornament*. ?uch as Pearl*, k lower, p eathera, Lama Scarfs, (lold end Silver Vrinnn.kc. so!3 2w?ec r AYDCN'I ATKEL QUILLS ?The aabscribera nave tor * sale, rome recently impiOTed modification! of theae escellent and i opular Pen*. The Heaoy Writer" i> nnanimou?ly voted the King of Pens j ?combining eminently flexibility and permanence. I The1' Dickens" is considered the he*t pen f.ir the price in thr , rna-kel. y The " Union" eannot fail to auit erory body, affopUng at f. I2h> cents a card (at whoieaale) an different varieties of rent. The New York" every merchant will hare in hiacounting j mom who has iried them v Together with the lamou* Double Patent and Combination ' Barrel Pent, with many othen, for aale by 'he agents, oil Im're } It P. iiAYDtN, JPUU at. ft. [ERA 42. HENKRAL BENNETT'S MORMON DIM LOHUKKH * ?The subscribers will publish in i h? course of the ensuing week, " Mormon isui Eiposed; or, a History of Joe Smith mid the Latter Day SainU, b> (i -u. J. C. Benueti." These highly interesting mid astounding disclosures eihibit in their true color* the pi .iii^ ey in i vickidfttM "i Dm M mi LimU1 > i will be issued in good style. In a 12mo. volume of upw rds ol 120 pages. Orders especifully solicited. LKLANI) at WHI l ING olg lm?r BRADBURY, SODK.N k Co. 127 Nassau st. BAKKK V, 10 Lisp-ll iol "st.eel. ? i n. ...... fall} lul'oruis bis old friend* and customers h it he h ts resu med lis old business of bakiu*. and will be thankful for ih-ir favors. Hating t tkeii the stand lonnerly occupied by U. W. MILLltR, 10 Lispeuard street, so celebrated lor g<*od cake, and the ubscriber having carried on the business a number ol years at lie well known Knickerbocker Bakery, No. 19 William it , a avorile resort for good crick.-is a ad biscuits?lie tluuks he has lOlloigoUeu how to please the taste of the public. JAMES TOMPSON. N.B.?Always on hand, fruit cake of all kinds aud prices? vcdding cake of all sues?pound case and sponge c ?ke of all iaes?rusk, tea biscuit and bread every afternoon?biscuit and rackers Iresh ev t-r> morning. OjQ lm*f vVONUERFf L D1S OVtilL* 2T!UKKK'8 SOLUTION FOH THE HAUL which will -J change grey hair to us original color in a lew minutes. This oluiion is di lie r tut from any yet offered, .uid cannot fail of superceding all others. It is highly efficacious, aud possesses the [real advantage of be mill yui< the bair, without mjuuug tu rowth. Those who doubt iu virtue* are requested ti have their hair h tuged before i*yiii( their money. if humbug* would take his method there would b- uo reilOU lo cotnplain. One trial will prove the fact. Sold who.esale ami retail, and apnlied, at No. 5 Chatham treet,opposite the Hall of Records, New Vork.up stairs. o29 lm*r GAK-I't: 1INGS. riAKPK UNGS, CARPETIN OS?Cheaper thou ever?All V those Who arc iu waul ol* carp tings, notice the follow lug: All wool Ingram Carpeting, only 3s per yard. " extra 44 Is '* 44 sujier 14 4s Gd*4 44 extra sup 44 5s 44 44 double 44 5s Gd44 rhree ply, superior patterns and colors, 8s do ^ do do extra (jualty, 10? Euglisn Brussels, extra, Ids iioydl Wilton dud Velvet Carpeting, equally low. Together with a large Assortment ol druggets, oilcloths, rugs, ioor ui its, table aud piano covers. India mailing, stair r >ds, Ate., Lhe largest stock oi goods us (he city. l*urcna?eis would tiud it lo their decided luterest lo call aud cxautiue this stock before looking elsewhere. R. SMITH, JR., 448 Pearl st, Opposite VViIlia u street. N. 14 ? Heavy Jute Carpeting at the low price oils td per yard. R'-uituiher, the uuiubt r is 448 Pedii street. oil I us r GOUGH8 AND OOLD6 OKMK*lBKU, No 54 Nort ? Sixth street, one door below ? Arch street, rbiladelphi t, the ui??si certain tud tost Kunil> Medio ire, lor Coughs, Colds, Spit.ing Blood, Tliioat aud Lung Disease, a rising scnsatiou like choking. tickling, or iin* pleasaul obauuclious. Kor the above. Dr. SVVA VN e'S Coin i i?uuu Syrup oi vV nd Cherry will be fouud lue great remedy. Perseus who liaVe auused themselves by the use ol ardent spirits w ill hud both their strength and resolution inuch unproved by leaving otf the spirits, aud taking a draught occasionally ol' the above restorative. All preparation from this valuable tree, except the above,may be considered spurious or counterfeit ^ l'h real ailicle inav be liauo: the foil owing Agents, or at No. 54 North Sixth street, Pluldelphia? AGENTS Dr. W. H MIL NOR, Druggist, No. 1W Broadway. MRS. M. HAVES. No. 13'J Fulton st, Brooklyn. BEN J. OLDS, Newark, N.J. JOHN MASiiN. Patlenon, N J. ?#I lm?r VTUTICIC?Ship NU HULAS B1DDLE, from Liverpool.? CN i.ousiguees ol uierch.uiilise by the above v? ssel wnl please k. nd their p nulls on board root ol Dover street, or lo t e office A the subscriber?as all goods not per milled in five days must siiavoidably be scut to public storo S. E. GLOVER, ollr 100 Pite st, corner ol ??uth, up siairs.^ WAK i i h- s LOWER All an EVER.?In evuMqusnoe of the reduction ol duties by the late tarifl, the subscriber is selliuk his slock of Gold aud ftilvei Levers, An< hor Es:apeuietil Lepuie, and other Watches, ol new aud spleudltl j'aui iiiB, duU jewelry, at reun, at a considerable reuucuou from former prices, being mucli lower than they can be bought lor at any other place in the city, Gold Watches as low <u 20 to 2'j dollar* each. Watches and Jewell y eichanged or bought. All Waulies warrant, il to keep good time or the money itturued. Walche* and Clocks lepaired 111 the l??st mauner uud Mananu-d,At much less UlAO the HSU .1 pfWU* U. C. ALLKN, lui|>ortcr of Watches and Jewelry, Oil lm 111 W'n leu.il. and KeUil, JO Wall st., upsUira. jFFHE N CW ForK XYlOGRaPH iu jpREtiSi 45 MAIDEN LANE, UP STAIRS. IN THE EXTENT of the vaneties in this department the I proprietor may safely challenge competition with any other establishment in the world, and ims uiiuer his own immediate ftupriiuivmirrnce (be noitiiiUU worhpssn, and ail ike injiiius mate rials lor executing every description ot X> log rapine KuKlaving and Printing. Origiual Designs and Plates of every description exx-cured in the first sty e ol the art, and beautifully printed in Bronze or Eancy Colors. Druggists. Perfumers, Manufacturers, (Jroceis aud oihei Labels, constantly ou hand, wholesale or retail, and all articles connected with the trade. Jots Printing in every variety of style executed; u the best mauner to order, and on the most reasonable terms. BTJC&L PLATE AND COPPERPLATE ENGRAVING AND PRINTING Notes, Checks, Drills, Bill, of Exchange, Certificates of Stock, do Deposit?, blanks or iirofcssional, wedJsng ami visi ling Cards, neatly engraved ami priuted, at si ml notice, and on tile most reasonable terms. The lowest possible price is char ged lor all work done at this establishment. All orders troin the country punctually attended to, and article* ordered, torwarded to any part of the United Stales, or the Cauados. sib i id "r CHA9. SHIELDS, Proi rietor A R T 1ST IN II A 1 K. . auuvuvaotoub ^ hum LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S HAlii IN five hundred dillVreul designs, necklace*, bracelets, witch ku ml*, ear-rings, tlowers, rings, wigs. scalp*, ate. kc. Lathe or geiilleineu having hair uf a living or deceased frit-nil, can get ic formed by him mto any design the iniud can conceive?in such a form it will Oe a keeptike invaluable. A. C. BARKY, . 116 Broadway, cor of Lihertv street, up stairs. N. B ?Individuals resident in the couutry or living at ail inconvenient distance from the city, can have all such orders prompdi eiseiitd, bv fbrwirdiitf through tbn medium of lb# cost office the hair to he fashioued, with a drawn an 1 specified Jesigu ol the workmanship, and enclosing from fire to twenty lo I ir->. MIIHHllilH t" whicli sum the su|ieriorit v of in UHfecttUS Hid style of mounting in gold will drj>eiid. All such coininumentions to be post paid. A 0. B. ol lm*r sjhl.l.iNw UKr-vi|( HAJtL KKK8JC. I . ol thoftrmof Reese k Hills, offers lor sale at cost a large assortment of |K*n, jacket, and dirk knives, scissors and racors, together with : .!m< cutlery ol rv?-ry description. Also, Britannia Ware, tea indcofTec setti, tea and tablespoons, accordians, gold rings, pins, chains, si rer and cold lev* rt, kc., kc. This stock must positively ben d on oi before the Nt of November neit. MfCHAKL KKKSK, *27 1in#rc 70 M mien Lane, up stairs. STATE OK NEW YOKK-SEt ilET \ It V'S OKKIf'K,f Ai-aaur, Aug. 31. IM7. S TO THE SHERIFF of the City and County of New York ? Sir? Notice u Iwr.hy given, that at the II.It General Kit etion, In be ' eld on tin- Turaday .uccreomg the fir.t Morilay of November nc it, the following officer. are to be elected, lo wit : A Governor anil Lieutenant Governor of thi. State. A Senator for the tint Senatorial District, to aupply the racancy which will aceme by the eiinraiion of the trrin of iron f of (Jahri.l Farm in, on the 1st Jav of December nevt. Also, the following City and CoaMy Officer., to wit' Thirteen Membcri ?l A..-nibly, and a Rrgi.ter in ihe |ilace ol J. Sherman Brownell, wlinve term of ?er?ice will ri|-ire on the la>t day of December licit. Your, re.pcctfully. 8. YOUNG, Secretary af Slate. The above i? a true copy of a notification received from the Secretary of Sta1' . MONMOUTH B. HART. Slit riff of thr City and County of New York. Sheriff'. Office, New York, S.pL 10, HMU. All the publie iiew.paiM rt iu the county will publnh tlie above once in arh week until the election. See III vi.ed Statute., vol. lit, chap. Clh, title 3d. arlic'e 3d, part 1st, pace 140- oMtNtr DEFORM YOUR STOVE BILLS my artutiliti IV beiii* the order of tlie day, ill- aubaenber h u determined lo .ell Stive, at the lowe.i |?>a?ible remuneratiug |irice?; hi. ( oluinn I'arlor Stove, aiwwerint all the purpose. of the urate, with half the trouble and eipeiite, auilabV for vittnnt room., office., .tore., or hall., i? worthy ihe attention of |ierioui wi.hinK to purchaae. Hi. aMortment of cooking Stove arc not iiirpaa.cd in ihe ritv, for cheapneea tod ??p?rior vtyle ol comrructmu, conibiIIin; all ilia requisite! for kitchen uie, and a great .avinx of ueI, which ii an item mtny penont overlook in .electing itovei. H. tolicit. Inmv-'keep?* ? and olhert to give him a call at the ffirc of th" Warrvn Furnace Comi-any, No. 22 Fultou itreet, V. Y., before purchaainK el.ewhere, A? Uli. company manuficinre their atoyea, pnrchaacri will tol he .uhjected (oa lai by buying from lecood hand.. Their i.iortment coti.ivu of air-tight, cooking and rmlor Stove, 'uinpa. Iron Furnace., Coifre Mill., K?lfle?, Tin and Sheet ron Ware, fcc., wholeaalc and retail Older, for^ "liny. aoli ini J. V. lit)DILIis 0I6 lm*cr 22 Fulton street, N. Y. I'ATKMT NOV KLTY COOK STOVTT. THIS Store was monoviiffd laat year, and is thia, by <tll w l><> hava ii. lobe aotoali the bail evtr mvroCcd, bv( tk? lily Store they erer had by which bikini*, boiling, and r?aatngj could be done perfectly, and at the aame time. Thi? year the improvement h4? been such, that donh|? the imotint of cookim* can be done, (and that too to perfection) hsn upon any other Store of the ?.arne aire ; for woof ol ivhich, you have only to call at Fisk'* S'orc Katabliahmenv, 100 Water atreet, where any ijuautily of relerencoa will be tireu?and further, erery' Store warranted, or the money re nnded. Flak's Rwuhliac PomHlBl Drum for parlora, If all Drum*, and hall, parlor, and office atore*. and all the ordinary 'ooking atore*, t ? aalr rheao FJSK'S Store Kfttab'iahment, 200 Water atrr?-t. The above stove, and alao the regulating dnim.ctn now be een *t the Fair ; but th<?ae drainna stores, are requested t? all at th eaUbliahmeut, wlure tkey can eiarnioe them to " t t r ?.l> oiTnf?-, 2cO Water atreet. ON ) # <-kTTtaTn TTDTTE for dkafness. IffONR. MALL AN?Hound MayTiifi'ra?Invi.ihle Yofe *1 ( oaffnetom.?To enable penona imiaally, M idrunl ige, and of forte ami fifty year. .landing, of ewtremr drafneti, lihI of ilinae wh<> .re only ilnrhtly Jul I of hearing, to join in [ener.l < nnveraaiinn, .ml I* r.trli rl>.- .onrnl of a di.rant low ipe.hf r *t a public aaaemhly They are the ill. of a ?ery mill gold irm .Inlliiia piece: and when in dierarityof the *r?, ihey .re not ia the le??t perceptible, nor more nncomfor ahl -than liat nig a .mail piece of fine wool in ita |>Uc?. And illhoiigti tliey are .o eitreioely ?m*ll, yet they enable tho-ie af Lrted with ettreme daafue.. to hear, in eenry real wet, equal 0 thoie of moat acute lira* ing. To he hail of \lona MALLAN It HON. Runreon Dentnta lole Agent. for the (ate a lea, Nu. 2 Park Place, one door from 1 roadway. The above ineention haa been in u.e in ?urope for soma ran and i. .trongly iMOWMMMa heing one 01 the greatnat li.eorerie' ot the age. 1'er.oiia, imn-re.identi of New York city, on the remittance if Sit, can hare a |?air forwanleil hy |ffi?r. ,2tt im'r PUKE GROUND COFFEE AND "SPICKS. pHOHK wiahmg to imrehaai'|i?ire llua.ted and Ground t '.of2 fee, would find it to their advantage to call at 114 Falton treet, where are kept lha ahore article! of the very b.-.t ijn.li y in t lie city, at nrict-i to anit the timet. Coffee Roaared every day fre.h, and aent to any part of thia ity and Brooklyn, free of riiwrue. Coffee Roaatrd and iround lor Orocenet, in a .nperinr manner. KBR. WELCH, lato lirm of oHtm#m W. ICh <t Shearer. [TALIAN MUHIC?MR. MANNING, (twanci ! - aideut in Naplrt?Pupil ot Pacni and Cre.erntiiii J give, intrur rion, on term, to >mt the timet, in Italian, kreneh and Crigliah Hinging, aud in the ino.i faahinnable .ryle ol Tnoo orte playing. Mr. M. haa permitaion to refer to the following gentlemen M Waiawright, D. D. ; Met.m. Rowland fc Atpinw.ll , J r Hehroder, D. D. ; Mr J. T. B.igh.m ; F L Mawkea, D D: dr.H.Wanl. Mr M. reanlet nt 210H Hndaon ttreet, near Hpring tt. o 1 la*f Ti ^ * 1 ix~l "1 LD. 1 -,+g Hrlc? Two 0*nu KK VOLUTION Alt V HKL1CH. litiNu rutc J'kivatk and Confidential Lktikr* .^wkutkn r<) govkknok Clinton, uv all rUK di.siv'ri nuiiishkd IIkkoks and jjrar^hk.n or rue American rbvomii'io.n? anil n >w kok hikfirst time FlTIILIMIiiD to thk world, bit tuk odnsrnt of g >i. kbka4an, of l >n i island, ths ukanowon ok GoVKKNOK clinton. Gov. Clinton to Gun. S. Pctham. [In auiwer to a letter from I'utiuin to Cliutoa, uader data ol liilli Oct. 1777. and dliedlt ouliluheil. u?,iiinr advioe.l He cannot a l-ise Utit Putnam, and Ike reatont wky?Hit Opinion* of lien. Putnam's .lets; inform* kim of carlain facti? Dangerous fonlton of Towns up the North River. Mahslc i'omr.t 7 milui from Kingston 17th Octr 1777 SlK I teceived > our Favor of the 10th. I am sorry to inform you thutby Letter from iJenl. dates ol the 1Mb the fcnemy had not surrendered. Vou do me the Honor to ask inv Opinion respecting your future movements, it is needless and impossible for me to advise , because having once settled our plan and afterwards deviated from it, the concerting any future meusures might be productive of ruin to one ol us, if deprived of those succours and tnat support which form a part of the general I'lan ol Operations. My Opinion ofyour attack at kuigsbridge is tnat it will tie utterly iuolticutious. For the rest, us your operations must be governed by Circumstances, I can only inform you of Facts. Kingston was buru't yesterday afternoon, because 1 had uol Troops to deluud it. Two prisoners tell me that Albany is the Kuemy's Object. If I advaucemuch further Northward it will tie iu the power ol the enemy to ruiu my little corps by landing atiovu and below me as I shall tlieu have the Catskill mountains to the west and Hudson's River to the K ist. I expect every instant to heir that Kluuebeck is in llamus. 1 have the Honor to be Your most obedient h. bumble servant OKO CLINTON. 1 trust you must have received tienl- Oates's Letter of the ldth, ot which lie sent me a copy in which be ap|^oves of the plan ol removing our Armies up the River oneacfe **"' _ ?ifr Hon. Henry Laurens to Gov. Clintcw. * Proceedings of Ike Enemy ? Their ineidioas Designs?Now to meet tliem-Call upon Ntu> York State?Embargo laid on Provisions, and Ike reasons for it Yoitarowv 10th June 1778 .? . 8 m . Authentic Intelligence received by Congress from many quarters leave it no longer doubtful, in what manner the Enemy mean to couduct their plan of conciliation. Under ddluuve appearances of pacific Acts and t'eac emuking Commissioners, already their Military Reinlorce menu liegui u> arrive, uuil already they have commenced the Campaign in many place* with Acta of cruelty ami devastation. Indian irruptions and burning houies ni the moment of discussing propositions lor Peace, evince the insidious designs of the Enemy, and demonstrate the necessity of wisdom in Council; of strength and vigour in the Held.?The former may be employed to Jistress the Enemy greatly, by witholdnig Horn them the provisions of America, uud the latter by quickly collecting powertul Armies 10 take advantage of tneir present weakness ' In duly therefure to their ConstituenU, C ingress earnestly call upon you, Sir, and your Sla c to adopt the most effectual and vigorous measures or speedily reinforcing the continental Army with your quota oi troops. The present moment unimproved muy be productive ol most pernicious consequences, and tho public safety demands strong ami united ettorts. experience hath shewn that the Marine force of our Ellumies enable them to secure, lor the support of their Arinioi, almost the w hole of our exported provisions, and thereliire Congress, impressed with the necessity of preventing the supplies derived to our toes from this source, and desirous ot supplying the Armies of the United States, have, upon mature delilieratiou, laid an Embargo oil provisions of all kinds, and they earnestly request the rigorous exercise ol the power* ol your statu to carry into effectual execution this most necessary measure. 1 am with great ltespect >ir Your Excellency's I Obedient hum servt HENRY LAURENS, President of Congress. P 8. the latter Clause may not apply at present to the State of New York. The iioark of War to Gov. Clinton. Inefficiency of Col. la Radiere, and the Determinations of the hoard respecting him?Stale of Feeling towarde Foreigner t War Ornci: March 5. 1778 Sir, The determinations of the Board (herewiih transmitted) respecting < 'ol. la Habere, were made in consequence of the remarks of your Excellency and Cien. Putnam con cerniug him. A member of the Board too has been a witness ttAhe inefficiency ot the endeavors of Col. la Hailiere and two other French Engineers, to raise the works they had judiciously planned, elsewhere. And the Board are thoioughly convinced thai if the actual construction of the works on the North River, he lclt to Col la Radiere, they will not he completed till the next campaign is ended', altlio' 5000 men should he at his direction. At all events therefore, the Board desire your Excellency to employ* that engineer, ae Jar ae you ihall find him realty useful, op d no farther. We could wish to avoid offence to any foreWners who have interested themselves in our cause ;-iu would treat them with all possible respect : Rut we mVist not sacrifice, or ha/.ard our safety, from a point of delicacy. I have the honor to be, with great respect, your Excellency's most obedient servant, HORATIO GATES President. T. 8. The revolves of Congress relative to the defences ol ye North river accompanying this letter. Gov. Clinton. Lafayette to Gov. Clinton. fiorernor C-'s Co<~reepondenoe?Important Succore every day expected? Proper Meaeuree fo he taken to ensure Success, 4'C. FrHead (^carters, Morristowu, May 3|st, 1780. Dear Sir I have been in former timi-s too highly pleaa'd with the lion >r of our Corres|>ond?nee, not to wish very heartily that it mtv be Renewed again, and I think myself the more in titled to Request it from \ i that I ever had the most atroctiisnstc sense of the ailvantages-1 found in your acquaintance I siuccrely lament that it is not for the moment in my |>ower to have the pleasure of waiting on you?The happiness of some confidential conversations with you would lie By me heartly enjoy'd?But 1 shall st least impart to you some of my private feelings, on this most important occasion, when our Means are so unadequate to the gruatjuirposes we must have in view, and when our grand affair seems to be in u decisive Crisis. As By letters from the Committee now at Camp, and from friends of yours that are in the secret, you have been fully apprised of the imfiortaut succctir that may be every day'expected. as you may guess that 1 have not been quite a stranger to an operation which I then thought a eery netful. and which I now find to be a moel neeeeeary one, what do you think are my feelings as an American soldier, as one who was consulted in the plan, who on all oc easions Boasted ol every thing that might seem to the bohor, Reputation, or Consequence of America, when I see the distressed, humiliating situation we are in for the present? how unhappy shall I be, for to me they will look for an answer, it I am obliged to confess to the people who Illl- < UIMII!? 111 Bttll|^11iur liujl.., < l.llll>aiycuUT ?/ iiaui.ii, to Spain, to all thr world, to confess the inability of Amu ricato any cooperation in they r own country. Tho I had promised to the trench Court, to the french Generals, that I would had Both to Versailles, and to the point! of landing nuch immediate minuted intelligence! aa might fix theyr ideas on our present tituation for a rigornut cooperation I confess, my dear tir, that pride prevented my complying with my engagements and I avoided entering into those detail! with foreign people till the State! (lor Congress cannot doit in the leait) have Railed ui to a more decent poiition. Killing up the Continental Battallioni, Bringing forth provisions, making ap a Reipectatde Army, and enabling it to take the field with ail advantage!, complying with the propotttioni of the Committee, fulfilling the warm withe! of General Washington, Such are the meaiurea which, if taken with a becoming spirit, and without the least lost of time, ahall insure to un the moat Brilliant, de ciaivc success, and fix forever the fate of America. Most particularly confiding in ynnr own exertions an 1 influence, 1 hope the State of New" Tork will be oneot the leaders in this moat important crisis, and It tha people of America are once awakened, I daresay such a speedy He. volution in ourcircrmttancet will take place, aa will add a new lustre to the Reputation of the American Citizens, whose spirit and patriotism did nsver shine so much ssin critical occasions Among those important considerations,give me leave.my dear air, to show here a hint that seems to deserve your attention?tho' some clothing it expected for the contim ntal troops, doctor franklin told me that he had none provided for officers?What do you think will be the feelings of our officers if expos'd to he every day in company with the french Generals and others in theyr persons naked, and Ragged situation Y Now, my den tir, that I hate indulged the desire of Re membering myself to your friendship, and imparting to you my confidential opinion on our pn-sent circnntstsnces, I will onlv add in Begging my Respects to he presented to yetir family, that with the highest Regard and aincere affection 1 have the honor to be , Your exe'y" most obedient humble servent LAEAYETTK. his Excellency Governor Cwistoiv. Which i* Which 7?.sime twojpfreona were mar rieda few day* <?ncr 8t '*" J 0*nd 'he fallowing very explicit statement haa been published of it:? Married-at at. Thomas's Church, St. John, New found land, on tho Ath September, by the Lord Bishop of the Diocese,' Heniv John Harvey, Esij., Lieutenant Royal Navy, ami second son of hit Excellency Major General Sir John Harvev, K.C, B. and K. C. H. (Governor) and the Hon. Lady Harvey?grandson of the 1st Lord Lake, and nephew of the present Viscount, to Ella Louisa, oldest daughter ol Aubrey Ooorge, Lord Bishop ol Newfoundland, grand-daughter of William, son of the Right. Hon. Lord Charles Spencer, an.l cousin to hi" itraoe the Duke of Marlborough Whom, and liow many nftheae parties were mar ncd on the above occasion 7