Newspaper of The New York Herald, August 30, 1844, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated August 30, 1844 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK HERALD. Vol. X., Mo. 841?Whole No. 3841. NEW YORK, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 30, 1844. Prteo Two ConU. THE NEW YORK HERALD. AGGREGATE CIRCULATION THIRTY-FIVE THOUSAND. THE GREATEST IN THE WORLD. To the Public. THE NEW YORK HERALD?Daily Newspaper?pub lished every day of the year sucept New Year'i Day and Konrth of July. Price 2 centa |ur copy?or $7 26 per anuum?iKMUges paid?caah in advance. THE WEEKLY HERALD?pnbliahed every Saturday morning?price 6centa par copy, or $3 12 per annum?poet ages paid, caih in advance. ADVERTISERS are informed that the circulation of the Herald ia over THIRTY-FIVE THOUSAND, and incieaaing fast It Ana the largest circulation of any paper in this city, or the world, and, is, therefore, the best channel for business men in the city or country. Pricea moderate?caah in advance. PRINTING of all kinda executed at the moat moderate price, and in the moat elegant atyle. JAMES GORDON BENNETT, PaOrUIKTOU OP THE HkRALD ESTABLISHMENT, Northweat comer of Fulton aud Naaaau atreeta. ?ga? DAY LINE TO BOSTON, BY THE LONG ISLAND RAIL ROAD. A Daily Train, 8undays excepted, leave* Brooklyn preciaely at 8 o'clock, A. M. for Grrenport, from whence passengers are conveyed in a first-rate Steamer to Stoniugtou, on Mondaya, Wedneadaya and Fridaya, aud to Norwich on Tueadaya, Thura daya and Saturday*. Passengers moat be at the South Ferry, loot of Whitehall atreet, in time to take the Ferry Boat at 1% o'clock A. M., where ticket* may be procured and luggage de posited in c rates, that go through to Boston uuopened. This Line sto|>* only twice betwern Brooklyn and Green port, via:?at "FarmuiKdafe" 31, and at the "Manor," 67 miles from Brooklyn, and generally reaching Boston in ten to eleven hours. An Accommodation Line leaves for Greenport every day, Sundays excepted, at 3 o'clock P. M., and returning leaves Greenport at 5 A. M. au28 Imrc BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN RUYAL MAIL STEAM SH1P8. . Of 1200 tons and 440 horse power each.? Under contract with the Lords of the Ad? ? miralty. HIBEHN1A, Captain Alexander Ryrie. CALEDONIA, Ca|>tain Edward G. Lott. ACADIA,. Captain William Harrison. BR1TANN IA Captain John Hewitt. CAMBRIA, .Captain C.J1. E. Judkins. Will sail from Liverpool and Boston, via. Hulfax, as follows: From Boston. From Liveri>ool. Caledonia, Lou August 16th. ? Acadia, Harrison. ..Sept. 1st. August 4th. Hibernia, Ryrie " 16th. 20th. These vessels carry ex|?rienced surgeons, and are supplied with Life Boats. For freight or passage, apply to D. BRIGHAM. Jun., Agent, anirc No. 3 Wall street. FOR HALIFAX AND LIVERPOOL. The Royal Mail Steamships ACADIA, and HIBERNlA, will sail from Boston, for the above ports, as follows :? ACADIA. W. Harrison. Esq., Commander, on Sunday, Sep. 1. HIBERNlA, Alex. Ryrie, Esq., " on Monday, " 16. Passage to Liverpool $120. Passage to Halifax ._.. 20. Apply to D. BRIGHAM, Jr., Agent, au22m 3 We'I street. 1844.] THE NEW STEAMBOAT [1844. EMPIRE, CAPTAIN D. HOWE, , Will leave BUFFALO for CHICAGO. |on FRIDAY, 23d of August, at 7 P. M., ana perform her trips regularly duringUhe sea ?son, as follows:? UP. DOWN. LEAVCS BUFFALO. LEAVES CHICAGO. Friday Aug. 23,... at 7 P. M. I Saturday, Aug.23... at 9 A. M, Saturday, Sep. 7,... at do Monday, Sept. 16... at do Monday, " 23... at do I Tuesday, Oct. l...at do Tuesday, Oct. 8... at do [ Wednesday, " 16... at do Wednesday, " 23... at do Thursday "31... at do Thursday, Nov .7... at do | Friday, Nov. 13... at do The EMPIRE is 280 feet in length, 32 feet 8 incites beam, 14 feet 2 inches hold, measuring 1220 tons, and is the largest steam boat alloat [n inland waters. Engine 600 horsepower, boilers provided with Evan's Patent Safety Valves, to prevent the possi bility of an explosion. The Cabin is 230 feet long, with se|?rate Saloons for Ladies and Gentlemen?spacious State Rooms extend the whole length, ventilated by doors opening from tlie inside and out, and all Carta of the boat are finished and furnislied in a style unequalled y any otlier iu the world. Ample accommodations for Steer age Passengers, in four large well ventilated Cabins, one of which Is appropriated exclusively to females. The boat is provided with a good band of music. Wilkini, Marsh It Co., Buffalo,) H. Norton It Co., Chicago, >A?euta. J. N. Elbert, Detroit, ) ti. N. BARNEY, It CO., August 1, 1144. Cleveland au8tonvlre GRAND TEMPERANCE EXCURSION TO VERPLANCK'S POINT. ON MONDAY, Sept. 2, at the solicitation of many who were unable to visit this delightful spot.atthe lateTemperapce Jubilee, given by tlie Harrison Union. No. 2, Daughters of Temperance, and of many more who did attend on that highly iulerestiug occasion, they have been prevailed upon to re|>eat the excursion in its for mer true pic-nic style, each bringing their own provisions. A table, however, will be supplied with tlie goodly things of the season, for those who may wish to partake of them. The splendid steamboat South America ii engaged for the day, and Dodsworth'a celebrated Band, and an excellent choir of sing ers, will l?e in attendance, ao that nothing will be wanting to make this excursion equal to the former. The steamboat will leave the foot of Barclay st. at 7 o'clock, A. M.; Rivington street at half-iuut 7; Catharine street at quar ter to 8; Canal atreet at 8; and Amos street at quarter past 8. Tickets 37>? cents, to lie had at the following places :? John Martin, 176 Orchard street; Elias Combs, 268 Grand st; Beuj. Will, 226 Division st; H. Hequa, corner 19lh st. andOtii avenue; E. H. Hosier, 175 Bowery; John F. Russell, 34 Nor folk st; Isaiah Bartley, 109 Charlton st; Wm. J. Pell, 149 Suf folk st; John W. Oliver, Printing Office cor. Nassau and Ann sts; Hiram Thorne, 73 Ridge st; Geo. Jackson, 577 Water st; Joseph Dennis, 31 Pitt street.; Luke Hassert, 13 Avenue D; W. A. Cromwell, 85 Clintou street; A. P. McNaughton, 323 Madi son street; Wm. J. Spence, 60 Fulton street; Dr. J. B. Dennis, 429 Grand street; John W. Braisted, 83 avenue D; C Shepard, 191 Broadway, opposite John St.; Jas. Slockwell, Croton Lunch; Curtis' Drug Store, 43 Bowery; T. 8. Marshall, leader of the W. B. Band. 149 Ludlow st., also of either of the 'Picket Committee ; also by Mr. George Hall, Brooklyn, and at t M Post Office, do au27 it* p NOTICE. FREIGHTS FOR BALTIMORE. SHIPPERS OF MERCHANDIZE from New York to Baltimore, are respectfully re , quested to have their goods consigned to the un der.-.igued. at Philadelphia, and not to nek k Clyde, they having sold out their interest in the Ericsson Steamboat Line, between Philadelphia and Baltimore. All goods consigned to the under signed at Philadelphia, will be forwarded the sama day as re ceived, and delivered in Baltimore early ueit morning, at the lowest rates. A. GROVES. Jr., Agent, au27 6tec No. 19 South Wharves, Philadelphia. PLEASANT AND CHEAP EXCURSIONS. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT NEW BRIGHTON, POUT RICHMOND. (8TATEN ISLAND,) AND NEW YORK KEHrY. From Pier No. 1, North River, foot of Battery Place. WQ aBk The Steamboat CINDERELLA, will ran as follows. Daily, from May 20th to October 1st, 1844 -.?Leaves New York at 9 and 11 o'clock, A. JV1.. at 3)4, 0 and I P. M. Leaves Port llicninond, at 20 minutes to 3, and 10 minutes to 10 A. M.; at 1,4% and 6)4 P- M. I .eaves New Brighton a) ? and 10 A. M.; at 1)4, 5 and 7)4 P. M. On Sunday?Leaves New York, at 9 and 11 A. M.; at 3,6 and 0 P. M. Leaves Port Richmond, at 30 minnles to 0 and 10 A.M; 1 1.1 and 7)4 P. M. New York, May 18, 1844. mvll 6m?rc SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. NEWARK ?ND NEW YORK. FARE ONLY CENTS. THE NEW AND SWIFT STEAMER RAINBOW, CAPTaIN JOHN OAFFY. On and after Monday. May 13, will ran as ^follows Leave Newark, foot of Centre at, at .7)4 A. M. and 1 % P. M. Leave New York, st. at 10 A. M. anu4 P. M. On Sundays?Leave Newark at 0 A. M. and 2 P. M. and New York at 10 A. M. and 4 P. M. Freight carried at very reasonable rates. May 10th. 1844. ap4rc ai'ATEJN island FERRY. FOOT OF WHITEHALL. ffThc Boats will run as follows until further notice i? LEAVE NEW YORK: 6, 8, 9, 10, 11. A. M.; 1, 2. 3)4' 5, 6, 7, P. M. LEAVE STATES ISLAND : T, 8. 9, 10, 11, A. M.J 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7)4, P. M. On Sundays, ev.-ry hoar, from 8 A. M. to 7 P. M.?1 P. M. excepted. FORT HAMILTON AND NEW YORK. Leave New York. 6 A. M.t 3)4 P. M. " Fort Hamilton 7)4 H. M.; 4)4 P. M. (Sundays excepted.) CLIFTON AND NEW YORK. Leaves New York, 6 A. M.; 2 and 3)4 P. M. " Clifton, 7)4 A. M.; 1)4 and 4), P. M. J 30 (Sundays excepted.) new york7~albany and"thoy^eamboat LINE. . F?R ALBANY AND TROY.-Morning ? Line from the foot of Barclay street, landing .at intermediate places. Tlie Steamer EMPIRE, Captain S. R. Roe, Monday, Wednes day and Friday Morning at 7 o'clock. The Steamer TROY, Captain A. Gorham, Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday Morning, at 7 o'clock. Evening Line i'rom the foot of Courtlandt street, direct. Thursday i _, _. , , __ . Tin- Boats of this Line, owing to their light draught of wa ter, are able at all times to pass the bars, and reach Albany and Troy in amide time to take the morning train of cars for the east or west. For passage or freight, apply on board, or at the offices on the wharves. _ _ml7rrc PEOPLE'S LINE OF HTE -jMBUA1N FOR ALBANY. DAILY, Sundays excepted?Through direct, ? at 7 P. M., from lie Steamboat Pier between .Courtlandt and Liberty streets. The Steamboat KNICKERBOCKER, Captain A. P. St. John, Monday, Wednesday and Friday Evenings at 7. The Steamboat ROCHESTER. Captain A. Houghton, ou Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday Evenings, at 7. At Five o'clock, P. M.?Landing at Intermediate Places. The Steamboat COLUMBIA, Captain William. H. Peck, Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday Afternoons, at a o'clock The Steamboat NORTH AMERICA, Captain R. O. Crat ten den, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Afternoons, at i o'clock. Passenger* taking either of tlie above lines will arrive in Albany in ample time to lake the Morning Train of Cars for Ihe east or west. The boats are new and substantial, are fur nished with new and elegant stale rooms, and for sived and ac commodations, PR unrivalled on the Hudson. For passage or freight, apply on board, or to P. ("J Schnlts, at the Offics on the whan. auMrrc jngguas-.. 'vgrommmsk.. TO THE TRAVELLING PUBLIC. ivatfoh 1S44 ffirw &?&%'w!R&w?5a p will leave Liverpool on the j,. ttti. ftr, on* of which each mouth :? ^ 6U|' 1,th? 1M'i, ?lat ?id 28th of Patrick Henry, New York .. Virginia, Liverpool Shwidiui, Montezuma, Hiddona, ' oif w4^' Hottiuguer, Coluinbua tr!9.- Waahingtoo, Roaciua, Aahhnrton' Lulled Statua, i.urojv, Hiei.liUn VL'i ? Luglaud, feast ISrlt: Garrick, ' will*!"K to t'ho^XlT ttS'' P'n'"jm?tion Tl our ^??aa. wi?"da, ou application forward Muaengeraanil'TiwiMn ?n "'"eying navigation, to via KrieUanal to Buffaloaaipffi"**. lo A,'ba"> *"d '*roy, and ? To all Porta of all Parte '"(Sauada VVeat."0' Port Cobur*. Kingaton, and EaitTia Oluo CMaJhfi^*'/'ifl IV?oni?1 Sld Quebec. Canada uati arid intermediate idactv. ev*'ai,d 10 ft>rti?mouth, Ciacin rillc, d?(j aiTLlru on'the <Jh& Loait all |i.iru of Ohio Michiunn fir t?f* ^*VUII? Mo.; and to Territory. ' ^iSlT^TANcfcJ",aow ^ Witconiin a^Kw?w.'iSriss ^r^t?a:SsiaSZ"'k Sri LilthL?te' 11 E"han?, Albany '1'** S. Clark, Ufl Riveratreet, Troy, N V' W.'A. Cook, Syracnae, N.^"' N' Y' u, ? ? , Rocheater, N. Y. W.H. Cook, Bnffalo. Si. Y. miflr'r "* k Co- Oawego, N. Y. ? ITST HARNDBN fc CO. 01 D F^Tm'i5ui:n:'i5 /OK OLD LbTABLlSHLD PASSAGE OFFICE . fcfiiS* '?? l"?atreet, corner of South. 1U14. for the pnrpow ofbmiirin* o!?t M9*W ""Momenta for a*. t'aaaengna, ^ R?X\.bi ofL^H^t"1 ?,d Su*T uig the lat, 6th, llth, lGih Mat !2?l r^*?' Psckel?. aail the Loudon PaclieU to aail frnmW.? v. e}"!y month. By Kith?and from London on the 7th 17thaud Bth^Trl,tl.10th "{d In connection with thealmv** n.ari ?i of each month. ?till greater facilitiej to muHeiiinri th2s.^,U-lIE?a? a^r^'n* ed a regular line of fnat^^N^ VoU^"Tr h" e^ljah sms-- "hip',w Mii to their fainilieaor'fHentL1 draKaare'' iw'*h'11K remit money the following Baijka, viz.:?mven, payable at aight, on Cork, Lfc^rkk* ?f 'r!""1,1?ay"ble " ?ifo. Weifo?d; BeiX ftl'd?f"d<"*. If*'way, Armuh a.ui ? VVaterford, Balliua, TraJe? ' v! l'"V Colerain, Monaghan, Baiubridge LnniakiAen, teas.* aa,' JSt"* Jsar? %3k?.tie:ir- fife'- IS-"' Scotland?Tha City Btiik of Glasgow' 8k>bbreeu. PVfimfcgS;..:B?>r. London, every town in Great Britain ' L,TeT??li l?yable i ... ?, ^TheKftrit,MSi,Nf?^Hegular 1'acketa of ttie Jat Sept. and'X?^?ngerr,*CCrX.d8h TP* Cibin' fc??d "bin make imSSia'S'^^lioSW.^^S* U>en'b"k' ?hou'd inn p JOSK? McMURHAY, tliem fiStSS! eo.,^ isaawskB ;s.ftaa' wnrnatTaa above, her regular day.' y,U"r. of 1100 t0"?. b^m.7ote: Price of Taaaage, t\n<? '"OLLINS Ik CO, 56 South atreet. s^jr=S32frK^J^ J^^.8ept?-Tlre Vfire^P^i'-fK?n,l*,r |,,lcket of the tth ??d "bin- "co?d "bi? -. xi. ? them brought*'ou\dfnii"tW?oVTh^L^f:,r ?&r fri'?<U- cau h?" ProvincRrU*i,i'oT/Hai,dblp?y*bVeKat\fer re/ *moun|t' on .lhe ig^^gfrawratsaafa gjVStftrsitta?; above, her regular day. burthern, will aail aa daVi'^riSiS^SSST; tud "^"'.r .ceommo aide Burlhig Slip, or to 1 ' ou board, weat WOODHULL It MINTURNS, Price of Paaaage $100. 87 8outl' etreet. totM Ibimhenl wV/l ^ h? regular diy, ll.JocSber. Q ?f U'e West' i,ld ??!' ?? au22rc BLACK BALL OK OLD LINK OK LIVER TOOL PACKETS?FOR LIVKRPOOL?Only fibular packet sailing on the 1st of September.?The well-known fast lailinit favorite uacket ship COLUMBL'8, Captain A. Cole, Commander, will sail positively 011 Mondoy, 3d of September, her regular day. It is well known that the accommodations of the "Colum bus" and all the eight ships of this line, are fitted out iu a most costly style, with every modern improvement and conveni ence, that cannot but add to the comfort of cabin, 3d cabin, and steerage passengers. Those visiting the old country will, at all times, find it their interest to select these desirable conveyances iu preference to any other. For terms of passage and to secure the best berths, early application should be made on board, foot of Beekinan street, or to the subscribers. llOCHK, BROTHERS It CO., 35 Fulton street, next door to the Fulton Bank. P. S.?The Columbus sails from Liverpool on the 16th of Sep tember. Persons sending for their friends can have them brought out in her, or in any or the packets comprising this magnificent and unequalled line, sailing from that port, punctually 011 the 1st and 16th of each month. For terms of passage apply as above. The new and mat nifichnt packet ship Yorkshire w ill succeed the Columbus, and sail for Liverpool on the 16th of September, her regular day. au23rc PACKET FOR HAVRE?(Secoud Line>?The vhip > UTICA, Frederick Hewitt, Master, will sail on the jlst of September, eight or passage, apply to. BOYD k HINCKEN, No.#Tontine _a9 rc Building, corner Wall and Water streets. FOR HAVRE?The superior coppered and copiier via*tened French barque LMNCA, Captain Oervais, will sail on or about die 30th instant. For freight or ply to BOYD k HINCKEN, autre No. ? Tontine Building, cor Wail and Water st FOR NEW ORLEANS?First Regular Packet.? ,The very suivrior, fast sailing packet ship WABASH, iCaptain Shapter. Persons wishing to embark for the south, should make early application to JOSEPH McMURRAY, 100 l'ine street, comer of South. P. 8 ?The accommodations for passengers are very superior, and berths can be secured by applying as above. au5rc ? FOR NEW ORLEANS?Packet of the tat of Se?. The splendid, well know n packet ship FAIRFIELD* Captain Wilson, will be despatched ?* above. 1 his superior ship offers a most desirable conveyance for ca bin, second cabin ami steerage paaaengers, who will he taken on moderate terms. Apply on board, st IViorray"* wharf, foot ol Wall street, or to JOHN HF.KDMAN, 61 South street. N. B.?The snbscriber will hsve a regular succession of first class ships sailing weekly for New Orleans, in which! the pas sengers sccommodstions will be made very comfortable Apply as aliove. au37in "tia- PASSAGE FOR NEW ORLEANS-Kirst Puck HjM^taet?The splendid fast sailing and favorite Packet Ship JUlfiiiSOUTH CAROLINA, Captain Owen, 1350 tons burthen, will sail positively as above. The accommodations of this fine ship for csbin, second cabin and steerage |>assrngers cannot be surpassed. Those sbont proceeding to New Orleans would do well to select this fine ship. Apply on board, at pier M E. R.. (firet pier below Wail st.for to W. It J. T. TAP8COTT, 76 Houth street, au30h corner Maiden lane. FOR NEW ORLEANS.?Positively First Packet Ship.?The splendid, fast sailing ship SOUTH OA ROLlNA, Capt Owen, having nearly all Iter cargo on hoard, will be despatched in a few days. This splendid ship lias unsurpassed accommodations for ca bin, second cabin and steerage passengers, who will be taken at reasonable rates, if early application is made to ? JOHN HERD MAN, 61 South street N.B. I he subscriber will have a regular succession of first class ahiiw, sailing weekly for New Orleans, in which the pas senger accommodations w ill he made very comfortable. Apply as shove. __ SII2I ec line ok packet ships for new or .LEANS.?The subscriber will drspalch a first class (ship, weekly for the above |M>rt; and great ' are w ill be taken to have the accommodations for second cabin and steerage passengers, fitted np in the most comlortahle manner. For fur ther particulars apply to J. HERDMAN, sullm 61 South street PACKET SHIP SHERIDAN FROM LIVERPOOL, is discharging under general order at Orleans whaif, foot of jV^l stry Consignees will piaaaa attend to the recast of _. TO CITY AND COUNTRY MERCHANTS. FIVjt PER CENT CASH STORE,t? 16 Cedar Street. TH5 SUBSCRIBERS offer ? choice and well (elected itock x ol Dry Goods at au advance of but five |ier cent on the actual cod. Country Merchants will find it greatly to their ad vantage to call upon ui iu order to ascertain the market value of goods, even if they do uot intend to purchase. The attention of City dealers IS also requested. Our goods are all marked in figures, and the commission charged at the foot of the bill. A call is respectfully solicited by HUTCH INGS, CASWELL k SMITH, Five Per Cent Store, au24 lm*re 16 Cedar street, near I'earl street. rPAKE NOTICE.?The Subscriber continues to practice on 4- the same terms that lie lias fur the last leu years past in the city of New York, namely?to attend to every branch of sick ness that the human nature is subject to, particularly in such cases as are of long staudiug and appear incurable. He wishes such to call on hiui, and they shall receive the first medicine and attendance Kratis. Office No. 57 Reade street, a few doors north from Broadway. 8. HEINE, M. I). asM Im'm I lerinnn Physician ftl'OUVENEL dc (JO., OQ GOLD STREET, NEW YORK, Manufacture all sorts of GLA8S, and cut and match it to any pat terns.. Constantly on hand, a complete assortment of every de scription. All kinds of Olass made'and cut to order. They also manufacture Solar Lamm, Chandeliers, Giran doles, Candelabra*, Suspending Solar, from I to 12 lights ; Hall Lamps and Lanterns of any size and patterns ; also, Camphine Lamps -.Astral, altered to Solar. Country merchants and olli ers will find it to their interest to call as above, or at their De pot, 3 John street, near Broadway, where they can obtain arli flies of the best quality, warranted, and at very low prices, wholesale ami retail. Goods loaned for parties. jy'26 lm*ec TOBEPH GILLOTT'S STEEL rENS-The subscriber has " ou band and is constantly receiviug fresh supplies of the above well kuowu Pens?consisting iu part of the Crolon (new) on cards, engraved views. American Barrel Peu (new.) Magnum lloiium Commercial Pen. Prince Allan's, engraved and medallion hauds. Patent Slips in morocco cases,coutaiuiugoue dozen pens each, 12 botes iu each |>ackrt. Damascus do do do School Pen do do do Patent Slips, white and bronze. Principality, fine, extra fine and medium points. Caligraphic, Washington Nos. 9 and 10. Damascus, Victoria extra fine point. Peruvian, New York Fountain. Ladies' Pen, Luna, Eagle, Double Damascus. School Pen, Public Peu. Queen's Own Pen, Baronial, Collegiate, Nos. 1 and 2. A large stock of pens iu boxes of one gross each. of various degrees of points and quality, marked ami un-marked. The above, together with a good stock of " Wimlle's" and "Mosley's" Peus, for sale to the trade, hy HENRY JESSOP. au24 lw*m 91 John street, corner of Gold. LITHOGRAPHY. FALL BUSINESS.?Merchants, Manufacturers and others, who require Business Cards of their Establishments, Cir culars, Bill Heads, Drawings in Architecture,'Machinery and Landscape Maps, ate., and Publishers who require Illustrations of Books, Periodicals, and Music Pieces, may have the work executed in the best style and on moderate terms, at ?. JONES' Lithographic Establishment. 128 Fulton srreet, New York. N. B.?Drawings and Specifications for Patents. _au24 lm*ec COTTAGE ON THE CLIFF. AT THE GREAT FALLS ON THE PASSAIC. THE PROPRIETOR has the pleasure of announcing to the loven of the sublime and beautiful, that tlie new Cottage ou the old lite, is now complete and ready- for the reception of viai ton, where they can be accommodated with a variety of refresh ments, at the shortest notice. To inhale the refreshing breeze from this lofty eminence, and behold the unparalleled beauty of the ever changing landscape, and linger in the shade of the lofty oaks, whose wide spread branches invite to health and cheerfulness. TARGET EXCURSIONS?This delightful place is admi rably fitted b.y nature for this manly and patriotic exercise, pre senting a rock of more than two hundred fret iu height, shelter ed by beautiful forest trees, and cooled by the rushing waters of the Passaic. '1 he railroad cars leave Jersey City for Paterson at 6 and 9 A M., and return at 4 P. M. On Sundays, leaves Jersey City at 9 A. M., and return at 5 P. M. Fare to Paterson, 37)4 cents. nu3 ltn?rC A PARIS MILLENARY ESTABLISHMENT IN NEW YORK. -v.ONNE k CO., patronized by the Conrts of France ? and Belgium, of 14 Place Van dome, Paris, have the honor of making known to the Lndies of the United States, and those of the city of New York particularly, that they will Olien a branch of their well known and fashionable Millinery Establishment, an the first of September, on the comer of Broadway and Grand street, (entrance No. 114 Grand street.) The branch in this city will be under the immediate superin tendence of one of the principle ladies of the Paris house. Tlie ladies are respectfully solicited to visit the saloons, w here they will always fiud every recherche article in tlie millinery line from Paris, by the Packets as they arrive. P. S. They would also inform those engaged in the millinery business in tlie principal cities of tlie Union, that all articles connected with their busiuess, and the latest fashions, can be upplied previous to their being opened to,the public in this city. Orders punctually attended to. au2t) lmrrc FRENCH ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS AND FEATHERS. BIIUN LAROSIERE k COURT, 116 William strret, N. Y are receiviug by the Havre ]>ackela their assortment of Fall Goods, which for elegance they have iio rival. All dealers and judges in the above line are invited to give them a call, and we will venture to say they will not leave tlie store without express, ing their admiration of such a beautiful stock. They pledge themselves that the public will uot lie deceived with American Bowers for French, as tliey have their house in Paris, Rue de Tracy, No. 6, and deal exclusively in French flowers. au20 Im'rrc. "DARE! -?> and DOCTOR JORDAN'S, PRIVATE SPECIFIC PACKAGES have been used for A nine years with unvarying success. They promptly cure without exposure, restriction in diet or business?hence, are especially valuable to strangers and country residents, contain ing every requisite medicine and application, with tlie monitor, whereiu is lull directions and advice, enabling the patient safely to effect a cure, and at little cost. No. I. is for Gonorrhea, Gleet, &C. No. 2, for Venereal diseases in all its stages. No. 3, for Female Weaknesses or Whites. Price of eaeh complete package S3. If any recent case require additional medicines they are supplied free. Sold only at Drug Store 00 Prince street, comer of Marion, few doors east of Niblo's. Private Entrance Pi Offices, 69,14 Ma rion, continuation of Ceutre street. jy2i lm?rc VENEREAL DISEASE CURED. ABKRNETHY'B BOTANICAL PILLS having stood ihe test of time and experience are recommended as the most effectual and ?|wedy remedy for Gonorrhse, Gleets, all urethral discharges, irritation of the kidneys, urethra and prostrate gland. They are taken without confinement from businesa or restriction of diet, and without tainting the breath or disagree iug with tint stomach, thus enabling the patients to cure them, selves. They give tone and energy to the g-.nerative organs, rarely if ever exi>erieuced from the use of other medicines. They have performed many extraordinary cures in chronic discharges, obstinate gleets, Ike., after the failure of all other rem* dies. In recent cases a single box is sufficient to effect a cure in two days. They are equally suitable for females. Price SI per box, with full directions. Sold only by WM. WATSON, a3 lm*m 36 Catherine street. AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE, 187 WATER STREET. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, IMPROVED POIV TABLE MACHINES, WIRE CLOTH MANUFAC TORY, SCREENS, SIEVES, See. Ike. THK attention of the public is called to a new Patent Portable ?4 Grist Mill, to work by hand or other power, with which every farmer can griud his own grain. Also, fur Grinding Coffee and Spices, and are highly recommended by all who have used tliem. Groat's Patent Grain Cleaner, and Com Grinder, a new in vention, suiierior to any heretofore used. Rice and Coffee Slieflers, of different sizes; Sugar Mills, Sic.; Wood's Patent Shingle Machiue. Horse Powers, calculated for one or more horses, with geering attached. For sale at manufacturer's prices. au2(l lin*rrc TO THE LADIES. PR. HULL'S UTEROJlBDOMINJil. SUPPORTERS. rpHIS new Instrument for tlie radical cure of Prolapsus Uteri, A or Falling of (he Womb, by external application, super seding the use of the objectioual Pessary, is confidently recom mended to the afflicted as the means of |?rfect restoration to health, it never having failed of performing a cure, even under the most aggravated circumstances. The SapjHirter has attained a very high character in Europe as well as in this country. It is adopted to the entire disease of Pessaries, and all other painfnl surgical expedients, in tlie Ly ing-in .Hospitals of Loudon and Paris, and ^universally re commended in Europe by medical men of tlie highest rank. In this country it is sustained by the leading members of the faculties of Colleges and Hospitals, and by all the eminent pri vate practitioners. Rooms have been furnished exclusively for ladlee at No. 4 Vesey street, having a separate entrance from the business de partment, where a lady is in constant attendance to apply Trusses and Bupporters to female patients anil Imrrc HIGHLY IMPORTANT DISCOVERY ! ALL KINDS OF WOOLEN OR COTTON GOODS, al ready made cloaks, coats, pantaloons, Ike., rendered water proof by an entirely new process, which will be found to answer all esaiectations. By this process, the pores of tlie articles made waterproof re main open, so that the evaporation is not checked, as is the case witii the Macintosh clothing, which by reason of tlie (Hires being c losed, arc found to be at limes uncomfortably warm.? The water ruin off like quicksilver from tlie arlirh-s rendered waterproof. It is impossible, in the hardest rain, lor one drop to get through the stuff' itself; is not injured in tlie process, neither in quality nor color. It does not get stiller nor heavier Sir ?does not diffuse any unpleasant odor, (as it is the case with Crods rendered watererproof by India rubber, gum arabic, glue, c.,) nor is the least change perceptible to the eye. Independ ently of tlie poods being rendered impervious to the run or snow, they ire likewise Warranted, after having undergone this process, not to lie come moth eaten. It matters not whetlier tlie goods are tine or coarse, finished or not, wilh or without gloss, a:< by tlie process they may la- inadc to hav- more or less gloss and liuish according to the wish of the customer. Cotton and linen goods, however, must be closely woven, and have no sizing in tfiem, to undergo this process. Goods left to he ten dered waterptoof, may be called for within a few days (say eight days, the utmost) after they are left, and the charges will !?? moderate. A trial is respectfully solicited, by O. RUG Kit, 64 Essex street. Information given, and orders received by LEOI'OLD KUll'S, German Agency, 28 I'latt street, N. Y. aZ7 3t*ec LEECHES?LEECHES?LEECHES. 35)000 JWEEP18^. AND ./HERMAN LEECH Kit Just received by tb?> Havre Packet, for sale whole sale and retail at the most moderam prices, by C. J. FERDINAND Ik COPPA, Importers of Leeches, 140 Nassau street. N Y. TO MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN WOOLLENS. HENRY M I G E O N , fNORNER of Laight and Washington streets, New York, G Finisher of I lolhs, Cassimeres, Satinets, lie., respectfully informs the manufacturers and dealers in woollens, that his establishment is now in successful operation. and that lie is pre

pared to execute with promptness, all orders in his line that may ne confided to him. Specimens of his workmanship may be seen on application to the gentlemen whose names are annexed, and to whom he has liberty P) refer. Orders may be left at G3 and 64 I'ine street REFERENCES. Wolcott It Slade, 6t Pine street. W. C. Langley, 63 Pine street. Halsted. Haines k Co., 31 Nassau street. D. Brigham, 60 Pine street. 8. J. Jones Ik Co., It Pine street. au33 Im'rc REMOVAL. PKKBSK It BROOKS, have removed from No. 61 Liberty to the new stores No*. 6i and 67 Nassau street, between Maiden Lane and John street. DACKET SHIP ST. NICOLAS FROM HAVRE-Con * signers by this ship are requested to tend their permits on board,at Pier No. 4 North Hirer, without delay, All goods not permitted by the list instant, will be tent, under general order, Louisville, Kjr. [Correspondence o< the Herald.] Louisvillb, Ky , Aug. 22, 1844. Politice?Dtmagoguum?Betting?Hot tVeather? The Springe?Prentice up Salt River?Amelia*t Poeme?Bunneee, tfc. James G. Bennett, Esq.:? Why have you no correspondent in Loaisvillel Your numerous and constant readers here, who so anxiously wait for the Herald, and so eagerly de vour its judicious and pithy editorials, its accurate and universal news, and its extensive and interest ing correspondence, feel somewhat slighted that the important and absorbing incidents daily trans piring in the metropolis of Kentucky, should re main unchronicled. There seems to be a kind of universal ambition among the people to see them selves in print, and the next thing to being in print oneself, is the publication of scenes ana circum stances in which one takes a part. The political warlare here during the summer has been warmly waged; bat now that the skir mishing is over, the calm which is said always to precede a great battle seems to pervade both par lies preparatory to the great contest of November. A few days ago nothing was heard or talked of but barbacues, inans meetings, processions,and peri pate'.ic minstrels, but now they are seen and heard no more. The election in this city was conducted with tolerable order and decency, except in the first ward, which consists principally of Dutch. Here there were numerous knock-downs and nose-pullings. The Dutch are naturally a peacea ble and great people, and there would have been no disturbance on this occasion, had they not been excited and deluded by the malicious and incen diary speeches of conscienceless demagogues. In fact, say what you will of the lawlessness aad vio lence of " the rabble." I believe in every case such scenes arc directly traceable to the unholy in fluence of a corrupt party press, er unprincipled party leaders. Besides the mad zeal of party, and the thirst for place and power, there is auother cause that very much teiids to embitter strife, and coriupt the sa credness of our elections. I mean the vast sums of money staked on the results by political gamblers. Until the abominable practice of betting is broken up, we need not hope for anything but frauds, cor ruption, and bloodshed at the elections. You will see by the papers that the democrats have reduced the whig majority for Governor to 4,600. The whigs, however, say this iB no test of their strength, and point to their majority of 10,000 for Lieut. Governor, and to their gain in the Legislature. But though, as I told you, the political heat has greatly moderated,yet the physical is stronger than ever. The mercury is perfectly at home at 92 deg. and manifests aspirations for even a higher place. Fever as well as fervor rageB plentifully. Fashion and the ladies have well nigh deserted the city for the moment, and migrated to the Springs, l aro que t, up the Salt River, and Harrodsburg, up the Kentucky, are plentifully populated with belles and id fashionably diversified with cards and dandies, and fashionablyt dancing, flirting and coquetting. Some of the po liticians also are taking advantage of the tempo rary calm to refresh their wearied powers at these modern founts Pierian. Among them is Prentice, of the Louisville Journal, who is no doubt seeking in the waters of Paroquet a Lethe for past disap pointments, as well as a Helieon to inspire him for new labors and more redoubtable achievements. So sudden, indeed, was his retreat after the elec tion, that it was rumored that the dubious aspect of the political sky induced him to mike an ex ploratory expedition to that notable region of Salt River, to prepare mansions to receive himself and friends after the storms of November. But this is a party rumor, and, of course,its truth is not to be vouched for. Amelia, the Kentucky poetess, has been some time engaged in collecting a volume of her produc tions, and the manuscript is now on its way east, lor publication. It will, no doubt, be received with interest by rhyming misses and poetasters gene rally. I believe, moreover, that it will be read with both interet-t and pleasure by the thinking part of the reading public. Business, like i>olitics and fashion, is in a state of stagnation. The river is lower than at any pre vious part of the season, and the larger boats, are many of thein laid up. We look for a simulta neous revival of business, politics, and fashion in the course of a month or two. Yours truly, Kskno. Indian Springe# [Correspondence of the Herald.] Indian Springs, (Ga.) Aug. 20, 1844. One of your old correspondents, in due course of human events, finds himself at this very agreeable watering place, which, from resort of the gay and fashionable, the invalid and gourmand, may be well called thetSaratoga of Georgia. This place is near the centre of the State, in a beautiful high, healthy, undulating, fertile sec tion of country, affording, from its facility of ac cess, an admirable retreat for the wealthy rice and cotton planters of Geoigia and Florida, and i he ad jacent part of South Carolina. Here we find all manner and conditions of men and women, from the cottage to the palace, from the most intellec tual and highly gifted, to the most stolid and stu pid, ir?m the age of sober consideration and re flection to the giddy and ephemerul pensioner for ideas upon the tender mercy and compassionate charity of an hour. Here also we find th" politi cian of the noisy bar roo>.i species, the most con temptible of all God's creation, overflowing with knowledge and patriotism, girding on his armour to do battle for the cause of his master in the idea of November; and the military man, the hero of many unlought Creek and Seminole battles, speak ing in dulcet delight of his hair breadth escapes, "his agony and bloody sweat," his torture and pro bation, Ins bravery, his prowess, his skill in arms, and here the degenerate rcion of a noble stock boasting of the deeds of his ancestry, the cotton planter with his all-absorbing topic, the "low price of the staple," the merchant, stock jobber, bank financier, Tray, Blanche and Sweetheart, all whiling away the tedium of time, dull and mono tous; then we find the beau with nis gorgeous plu mage, dancing attendance on the smiles and frowns of his fair one, and the would-be gallant, the wid ower. he who has been burnt in the crucible, he who has passed through the mill, ready and will ing, yea " morbidly" so, to take on himself once more (and again if necessary,) the obligations, interns andfpurposes of matrimony. But, girls, be ware. Well, Bennett, my dear fellow, I know that you love the women; I will say something about them. Then, fir^t of all, 1 will say that no part of this great and glorious confederacy can boast of more beautiful, enchanting and interesting girls than Carolina, Georgia and Florida, and none of these can ever produce a finer article than we now find in this market; in point of beauty, refinement, and the more rational considerations, our girls here are entirely unsurpassed; and need I particularize, I should bring up for notice Misses Virginia and r.aura S. oi Twiggs Co., and Misses Wilhelmina L., Eliza and Martha M. of Macon?heaven bless and protect them?and why not sneak of the dear Miss Fanny Q. of Alabama, Miss M. of Jones Co., and the millionaire of Clinton, Miss L. Such be witching smiles, such words of gaiety, such bon matt and compliments, (for sotne, such frowns for others) you may well suppose readers, their society pleasant and agreeable. And Mrs. M. attended by her lovely daughters, to whotn 1 have above adver ted, the very file of pur company here, one of the moot noble souled beings that tne mind can con ceive of; and Mrs. W. gives pleasure to all who are fortunate enough to form her acquaintance. Of beaux, what shall I say 1 rl here are many of them here, but really my mind cannot|no?r fi> upon any one who is remarkably for anything saving a great and indomitable appetite for wedlock I have never seen a parcel of young gentlemen in such a lamentable condition before; let them wait their proper time, and I have no doubt bat that will m they will marry somebody, but I am unable to say who. Col. J. L. H., of Milledgeville, is quite afbeau here. His standing, however, with the ladies has been seriously Hflected by a slander which has been circulated here (and in all probability, having its origin here, from some interested rival whom the green eyed monster has instigated to fabricate the lie), saying that he has a wife and a long string of "dear little responsibilities" at home?weeping Niobes, for the loss of the magnificent Colonel.? The better part of society here, however, antici pate the slanderer, and place no credence ia the base and malicious calumny. Dr. P., of Macon, isfspending a few weeks with us He is deeply interesting, courteous, urbane and gentlemanly in his demeanor, with an inexhausti ble fund of humor f and anecdote, and the knowing one's say that when a glass of hock, sherry or even brandy and water, are on the tapis, that the Doctor has a larger amount than necesoary of the feast of reason and flow of soul. He ie certainly quite convivial. He is at present at the head of the medical proteaaion in Macou. having gotten quite a leather in hia plume recently there, by the kind and humane manner in which he treated the paupeta in the Hospital in that city?(Fide Keport of Inquest of Bibb co , Geo., 1844.) But a question has this moment arisen ininyown mind whether these watering places are not rather dangerous tor the morula ana virtue of young mar ried ladies and maidens. This interrogatory has presented itself by a walk 1 took alter midnight a tew nights since down to the Spring, and tinding there in the stillness and sombre shade of night a young lady and gentleman alone. Beware, my young triends?the precept that we learned on our mothei's knee, should be bright at all times in memories' existence?" Lead us not into tempta tion." And young married ladies who leave their husbands at home, have rather too much boldness, andapertnit rather too much tamiliarity tor the good of their reputations. These suggestions may be erroneous, hut it is best at ail times to be on the look out, and it our young friends wilt not heed, then the consequences will fall on them alone. But night intciferes. An old Correspondent Personal Movements. Lord Falkland, Lady Falkland and son, are nt present on a tour through some of the Eastern counties of Canada. It is stated that Vice Admiral Sir Charles Adam, will not leave the North American and We.-t India Navul command till next year, and that Sir Charles, Lady Adam and family, will spend the ensuing win ter at the Bermuda Islands. Stewart Newell, Esq , has resumed the duties of Consul for the United States, at Galveston, Texas, being authorised to do so on the death of A. M. Green, Esq., late Cousul. The Hen. Thos. H. Benton arrived at Louisville, Ky., on the 18th inst., on his wuy to his farm in Woodford county, in that State. Hon. Daniel Webster is to preside at the great Convention on Boston Common on the 19th Sep tember. Edward Palfray, Esq., late Surveyor of Salem, has been appointed to the office ol Measurer in the Boston Custom House. Edward Cutts. Esq , of Portsmouth, N. H., an eminent counsellor, died on Thursday last. The Miuourian contains a notice of the death of ex-Governor Dunklin, ot Missouri, on the 25th inst., in the 55ih year of his age. Lieut. Fremont, who had been announced in a state of starvation on the mountaina of California, is on his way toWashington City, accompanied by bis family, all in tine health and Bpirits. Hon. B. F. Browne has been appointed Postmas ter of Salem, in place of Caleb Foote, Esq., re moved. Gen. Scott is at Saratoga. The Alumni of Harvard University held their second meeting on Tuesday. The address was de livered by Judge White, of Salem. In the after noon the gentlemen of the Society dined together in Harvard Hall. The oration before the Phi Beta Kappa Society was delivered by the Rev. George Putnam, of Rox bury, and the poem by William W. Story, Esq. At the late commencement of Williams College, (Mass ) the degree of L. L D. was conferred on his Excellency, Gov. Bnggs, of Massachusetts. Rev. John Fierpont, Wendell Phillips, and Rev. Charles Spear, of Boston, have been appointed a committee to devise measures for the abolition ol Capital Punishment. Official. Department of State, Aug. 27,1844. The appointment recently announced of John it. Wil liams, as Consul of the United States, for the Auckland Is lands, has bcen|revoked, and he will retain that ol Con sul for the Bay of Islands and the rest ol New Zealand, with leave to reside at Auckland in that Consular dis trict. DEPARTMENT OF State, > Washington, August, 1844. j As citizens of the United States going to foreign coun tries, may he subjected to inconvenience tor the want ol sutticisut evidence of their national character, the Secre tary of State deems it proper to give notice that passports will be granted by hint, graft's, to sueh citizens, on his be ing satisfied that they are entitled to receive them. To prevent delay in obtaining a passport, the applica cation should be accompanied by such evidence as may show the applicant to be a citizen of the United States, where that fact is not already known to the Department of State; and with a description of his person, embracing the following particulars, viz : Ago years ; stature feet inches ; fort-head ; eyes ; nose ; mouth ; chin ; hair ; complexion ; face When the applicant is te be accompanied by his wile, children, or servants, or females under his protection, it will be sufficient te itate the names and ages of such per sons, and their relationship to the applicant, as one pass port may serve for the whole. Certificates of citizenship, or passports granted by the different States and municipal authorities in the United States, Die not lecognised by the officers of foreign governments, and for the want of necessary official infor mation as to those authorities, the ministers and consuls of the Uui'ed States in foreign countiies cannot authenti cate such documents. It is | roper to add that persons who leave the United States without certificates or other evidence of their citi zenship, ex|iecting to be furnished with passports by the diplomatic agents or consuls of the United States, residing in the country to be visited, are always liable to be disap pointed in obtaining them, as these documents are only properly granted on the faith of some evidence thst the individuals in whose favor they are applied for, are enti tied to tiicm. Such testimony, it is sometimes difficult, if not impracticable, to procure among strangers ; and it is thereiore recommended to every citizen of the United States who purposes going abroad, to lurnish himself, be fore leaving home, with the necessary passport. Venezuela.?The Caracas, Capt. Dill, farrivetl last evening from Laguayra, having made the voy age from Philadelphia to Lagnayra, and back again in 31 days. A gentleman who came passenger in the brig has furnished us with the following items of news:? The elections throughout the Republic of Venrzurla commenced on the 1st, and closed on the Oth instant; the entire returns had not come in at the time the Caracas sailed; it was, however, considered as certain that the "it beral" putty had succeeded in electing their candidates, dootric The doctrines of the two great parties in Venezuela arc not unlike those of the Whigs and the Locoiocus in the United States; the Government has been in the hands of the former for several years, and now, as the latter has triumphed, there will probably be cousi ierablc change in the political movements of the country. Both parties have, no doubt, at heart the welfare of the Republic, and it remnina to be seen in whose bands it will prosper most. All kinds of business both in Laguayra and Caracas are re arkahly dull. American produce is plenty, and but little in demand, while articles for exportation are tinuau. ally scarce, in consequence of the heavy and continued rains. The BreakwAter is rapidly increasing; it already ex tends nbout ISO n et, or one third of its proposed length, into the sea. The water in the harbor is, even new, ren dered comparatively tranquil by the influence it exerts in the force of " arresting the force of the "ground swell;" and when the wholed) ke shall have been completed, all the difficult!! a which have heretofore existed in shipping and landing goods in Laguayra, will be obviated. The whole country seem* to have been literally deluged; the rain that fell In the City of Caracas from the 10th of April to the 30th of June, measured 20 inches; and in La guayra 4j inches fell in one night. The interior has suf it-rod yet more than the coast ?Philadelphia U. S Gazette, Jtu%. 29. Moke Knavery.?Cashier Tiffany, of the Patchin Bank, returned yesterday from h?.t pursuit of a for ty ho came nigh securing $1,300 from that in 7;er who came nigh securing $1,300 from that institution t seems that a resprctuble forwarding liottre here pre sauted the following draft, which was cashed a few (fays since 11 $1,803 07 LocsrOHT, July 11, 1844. Thirty days after sight pay to order of Messrs Corr ing k Rhoads, thirteen hundred sixty-three dollars and aixty-aeven cents?value received, which place to account ot Your obedient servant, jkrkmiah 8TK.rnr.Nt. To O. W. Jet-main, Cashier oi the Lockport Bank and Trust Co." The firm presenting this draft had received |the same from Troy, with directions to retain about one hail the amount to the credit ol the writer, onil (remit tbo balance to the address of K. C. Van Vcchten, Genesee, Livingston county, which was accordingly done On presenting the draft to the Lockport Bank the forgery was made manifest, and means immediately taken to re cover the money and detect the culprit. On reaching Oeneoeo, Mr. Tiffany made known bis object, and learn ed that the package containing the amount transmitted was still in the hands uf the express agent. This in due time was delivered to him. and n ficti ious package made up for Mr Van Vechten, should he make his appearance Oi conraethe firm presenting the draft wrre not aware of its being a forgery, and have afforded all the aid within their power to have the offender arrested, whle.h we hope has been accomplished by this time.?Buffalo Com. Another Steamer.?The new steamer Ocean, which is nearly completed at Wilmington, is owneo by a company of gentlemen in New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore, and i* to run between Philadelphia and New York. She is to be lurnithed with the Loper pro pellers Bavannaii River.?Extract of a letter from Hers man's Lake, 104 miles from Augusta, stales that the Savan nah River was so low, that steamboats could not passthi bar at that point. Low Watrr in Maini.?The water is very low in the Penobscot sod many of the mills have stopped ?awing. Theatricals, Ac. Signor and Signor* Casella, ia company with Madame Arnoult, leave this city on Saturday next, on a professional tour in Canada. The two former are well known to the musical world, and need few or no commendations to ensure them a flat tering reception wherever they go. The other lady is not so well known to the public, but those who have heard her, estimate her abilities as a first rate artist. The motives that have induced her to thus solicit public patronage, at once does credit to her bead and heart, and there is but littla doubt but that her talents will be justly appreciated by a discerning public. This party, on their re turn, will give concerts in the principal cities and towns in the United States. Signor De Begnis, agisted by Miss Durang, and the celebrated flute player, Mr. Barton, gave a grand concert at the Court House, Kingston. Canada, on Tuesday evening last, which was well attended. The Kingston papers sav the concert was well worth the attendance, and all we can say is, that we wish we had many such during the travelling season. Signor Bini, the celebrated Guitarist, assisted by his inend and pupil^Mr. J. Woodville, are giving concerts at the United States Hotel, Saratoga. The National Theatre, Boston, was opened on Monday evening lor the season, with an unusually crowded audience. Mr. Brougham's performance of Dennis Bulgruddery, it is stated, was a fine piece of acting. He is engaged for the greater portion of the season. Charlotte Cushman is announced to perform an engagement at the Baltimore Museum. Miss Sinclair andIMiss Hood ?It is stated the beautiful feats in magic, ot the former, and the de lightful singing of the latter, crowd the Concert Hall, Boston, every night to overflowing. Mr. Rodney's company, at Kingston, Canada, are proving very attractive ; particularly Mr. and Mrs. Forbes, in the tragic department, are highly spoken of. Mr. Forrest is engaged at the Walnut sheet Theatre, Philadelphia. Mr. Walcott is proving very attractive at the Albany Museum. The Original Ethiopian Serenaders gave their first concert on Monday evening at the Assembly Hcorns, Baltimore, to a large and respectable au dience, and were received with great upplause. Grand Ball at Newport was given last evening, for the benefit of Korponay, the teacher of the "Polka." It was under the direciion of u com mittee consisting of Mr. Barney, of New York; the Austrian Minister; Mr. Bayard, of Delaware; Col. Winthrop, and Mr. Hennenson, ot New Or leans. Mr. S. M. Wilson, the comedian, formerly of the Boston stage, is keeping a public house at that delghfful retreat, the Mineral Springs, Bradford, A Miss Gill, from the Hanover Square Rooms Condon, is announced to give a concert on Mon? day evening next, at the Albany Female Academy. A Young Ole Bull?A son of J. A Sconcia, Esq., of Hartford, is about to make his debut in the musical world in n concert about to be given at Saratoga Springs. The lad is but thirteen years of age, and has already exhibited a proficiency in musical art, which, it is stated, has never been sur passed in this country, except by the great Norwe gian. rpilll! E OC7"NOT1CK TO THE PUBL1U.,?0 GOSLING'S FRENCH AND AMERICAN DINING SALOON, <>4 and OO Ntutsan Betwhjut Matin:* Lank and John Btxekt. IS EST AB LI8HMENT will l? open on Sunday next, September lit, and in future every Sunday, from 7 A M. to 8 o'clock I'. M., for Breakfast, Dinner and Kupirer. Tie' Rill of Fare consists of upwards of 161) dishes, comprising evci q dolim ey tlte market afford*. nuStt :lt*ec GREAT NEW YORK FAIR AT NlBLOvS~~ 'IIT'ILL o|>en to contributoni the 4th and Jth of October, and to *' tile pulilir, the 7tli?openiiiK address in tfen evening- Silk Convention, 9tb and 10th.' National Agricultural Convention, I lib and I2tli. Ploughing and Spading Mulches, 1.1th. I attic Show, Kith and 17th. Anniversary Address, 18th. TI tare worn over 1118,(81(1 entries into the Karden last tear, luoie w ill probably coine this. All classes are invited to witness this magnificent American display which promises Krenter than eter. au29 2trrc UURNISHED" ROOM T0~LET-Without board, in housa " 66 Oreenwich street, where there are no boarders taken. Ap pty on tlte premises uu22 8trc POST OFFICE] r New York, Auitust 28. 1811.) NGLI8H MAIL.?Letter Baits |>er Royal Mail Steamer CALEDONIA, will be closed nt the Uplrer and Lower Post Offices in this city, on Saturday, the 31st instant, at 41 minutes past 4 o'clock, P. M. The overland postaite of 18% cts. on each uncle letter must be laid, aii28 4tec JOHN LORIMER GRAHAM, P. M. A CARD. NCALYO becsleaee most respectfully to return his thanks ? to the citixrus of New York for,tin- liberal patronace which has been extended to liirn, duriuc a residence of ten years in this metropolis, as a Professor of Draw inc. and Painting, and as lie ia about to visit the Falls of Niacara, w ith the intention of trying there his skill as an artist, deems it proper to state that hia claases for the instruction of ladies and gentlemen in drawing and paiutiiic, will he resumed at his residence. No. 108 Broad way, on his return to the city about the 4th of Bepteinlicmext. a:i28 3t*ec B" ARGAINB IN CUTLERY AND FANCY GOODS 100 dn?, 1, 2, 3 and 4 blade Pen and Pocket Knives, at 75 eta., $ I and upwards i?r dot; tine Rasors at SI to $2,Ml do/.; hue Scissors at 1,2 and 71 cts. |>er iloz.; Fancy SoajM at 1(1 cents and Upwards |s'i dot. Also, In pairs Carving Knives and Forks at 20 cts. ta r pair. Also, Fancy Goods, consisting of Purses. Work Boxes, Snuff do. Looking Glasses, flue Steel Pens at 12% eta, per groan. Pen Holders, Itc., with a variety of other goods, recently bought at auction, and will be sold oil immediately, at 82% Pine street, up stairs?renu mber, up stairs. an2': 3t*?C TO SOUTHERN AND WE8TK1ULMERCHANTS PICKLE AND PRESERVE w AREHUUSE, No lill XVtiter Street. FLOYD k STARIN, are now prepared to receive orders for Pickles, Preserves, Jellies, Jams, Sauces and Catsups of every variety, put up expressly for lire southern market-l Country ami city mrieluuits will find it tlreir interest to call and compare articles and prices before purchasing elsewhere. Hotels and private families supplied with superior articles st low prices. au28 2w*ec TO CALICO PRINTERS FOR SALE?THE RAHWAY PRINT WORKS. THE OWNER wishing to retire from business, offers for sale Ins Print Works, which are now in operation, and have been put iu complete repair witlmi the but nine months. The works are calculated to print 3 to 4000 pieces per week. Tw o thirds of the purchase money can remain igi bond and mortgage lor a uiiinbrr of years, or an arrangement can be made to pay a part iu printing. Application to lie made to PHILIP TRU88LER, aulO 3law1m*rc Railway, New Jersey. A H. PARKER, (i'j Dnaire, ireiween Elm street and Broad ? way, Agent for the sale of Valuable Oil Paintings, I'orce lain and Antiquities, has on hand a line collection of splendid imported Oil Painting* of the Flemish and Dutch schools, which he can.dispose of at moderate prices. Therefore, those wilowishto enrich their collections, or ornament their par lors, will find it to llieir interest to call, examiur, and judge for tlieinsslves. At hotne from 9 A. M. till 6 P. M. jc2l 2in eod*rc /Sheaj? perfcmerv andfancysoap work?.? V JOHNSON k VKOOM, formerly c?rner of Cedar and William streets, are niariufactnring and |>utting up for thetratle, their goods in the nrwest and most attractive sty les, and are sell ing at prices 20 |ier cent lower than can Ire brought to this mar ket; tire extent of their manufacturing facilities enables them to sell for the smallest profit. Manufactory and Mates Room, 79 Trinity Place, rear of the evv Trinity I htircli. aul7 lmeotl*m FANCY GOODS. WKDELE8 k MEY ER. 102 William at., importers of French, German and English Fancy Goods, have just re ceived and offer for sale on reasonable terms, a choice assort ment of Buttons of all kinds; Segar and other fancy Cases; Snuff Boxes: Fancy Combs;Siis|ren<lera;Satchel!*' Purses, etc., etc.; Steel lens; Kaxora; Scissors; Accordions; Hirmouicus; Lead Pencils; Rulers; Writing, Toilette Decks, kc.; anew ?lyjc of Lanterns, and toys; all sorts of Perfumery. Wr particularly recommend a very fine assortment of Wool len and Silk Embroideries, and all kinda of Upholsterer's arti cles. au 19 codlui* m CURTAIN MATERIALsTTSIMMINUS 'AN D WIN DOW SHADES.?The snbacriheix Ireg to invite tire atten tiou of Straagere to their large stock of Upholstery Goods, just received hi store, from which they are prepared toeteCCW orders for Bed and Window t urtaius of the nrwest design* and on lower terms than any oilier house in the city. Their stock will be found lo consist of silk anil worsted or laines, lahoui. Its, ilainasks, Turkey nil cotton*, rich lace and muslin embroider ed curtains, galloons, gimps, cord, tawrels, cornice*, fcc. kc., togeilrer witli Painted Window Shades, just im|??rted from France, of en 11 re new patterns and pronounced the most inagm licent Shades ever used j aa alio tire various styles of punted American Shades, varying in price from $1 a pair upwards. SOLOMON k IIART. Upholsterers, a2l Imeod'rrc 243 Broadway, opposite thr Park. CHEAPEST ILLUSTRATED WOllK EVEK PUBLISHED. PART TWO J U .1 T O V T, Price Twenljr-Klvr Cent*. DAYNF.'B UNIVF.RSUM ; or, Pictorial World-Edited by t Charles Edwards, Esq.; being a Collection of Engraving* of Views iu all Countries, Portrait* of Great Men. and 8|reci meiia of Works of Art, of all agra and of every character, will be Published in Monthly Parts, each containing mui highly finished Steel Engravings, from new pistes, printed on demy quarto paper, and will be accom|>anird with eight to twelve '**?oe Huhscnbers of the Pictorial World (for one year) will uj prevented with Three Premiuj'[* j,' k mil lUwtw'm No. II* Nassau atreet.N. Y. TO DOCK* BUILDERS. THIOPGSAI.H Seal..I and Endorsed, will Ire received at thi* r X, until 3 o'clock P. M. FRIDAY, 11th Btpaapbce ueft, for building a ( ?b Wharf, OU the FlaU opiaisite tire Navy Y ard, ^'iv^Vharf is to be 20 feet wide, anil 10 feet deep, and to lie filled with Stone. . . . , Tire ProiHMaii must stale the price per running foot, including materials of every description necessary to be used, and mm name two sun ires with references and residence, aa bonds wil beenleretl into for the faithful mofonnantre of the contract. l' or si?'Cificatioua of thr work to br done, the sixes and quality of tire timber, examination of the bottom, kc., kc., application must Ire made to the Commandant ol the Y ard. J AS. HVSUYDAM, Navy Ageot. aui7 itaw4wf? Navy Aokut's Orritr.J Naw York, Aagaat l*th, 1844. |