Newspaper of The New York Herald, September 12, 1844, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated September 12, 1844 Page 1
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THE NEW TORE HERALD. Vol. X., No. ?54?Wbolo Ho. 3854. NEW YORK, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 12, 1844. PrlM Two Cant*. THE NEW YORK HERALD. AGGREGATE CIRCULATION THIRTY-FIVE THOUSAND. THE GREATEST IN THE WORLD. To th? Public. THE NEW YOKK HERALD?Daily Newspspec?mib lislied every day of the year except New Year1! Day and Foarth or July. Price 2 ceuts per copy?or $7 26 par annum?postages paid?caah in advance. THE WEEKLY HERALD?published every Satnvday morning?price 6li cents par copy, or $3 12 par uuiam?poet ages paid, caih in advance. ADVERTISERS are informed that the circulation of tha Herald ii over THIRTY-FIVE THOUSAND, and increasing fast It hat the largeet circulation of any paper tit Ikii city, or the world, and, t?, therefort, the beet channel for hutinen men in the city or country. Price* moderate?caah in advance. PRINTING of all kiuda executed at tha moat moderate price, and in tha moat elegant ?tyle. JAMES GORDON BENNETT, Proprietor or thi Hutu Estasluhmsht, Northweat eprorr of Fulton and Nassau streets. FOR HALIFAX AND LIVERPOOL. I The Royal Mail Steamships H1BERN1A land BRITANNIA, will leave Boston, for the above porti, aa follow* I HIBKRNIA, A. Ryrie. Esq., Commander, Monday, 8ep. 1$. BRITANNIA, J. Hewitt, Esq., " Tuesday. Oct I. I'as.?atf? lo Liverpool $120. Passage to Halifax 20. Apply to D. BRIOHAM, Jr.. Agent, ?7rc 3 Wall 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 tripe regularly daring the sea ?ou, aa follows J?? UP. DOWN. LEAVES UUrPiXO. LEAVES CHICAGO. Saturday, Aug.23... at 9 A. M Monday, Sept. 16... at do Tuesday, Oct. 1... at do Wednesday, " 16... at do Thursday " 31... at do Friday Aug. 23,... at 7 P. M. Saturday, Sep. 7,... at do Monday, " 23... at do Tuesday. Oct. 8... at do Wednesday, " 23... at do yyeaiiesaay. 23... at rto Thursday "31... at do f Sfffi ?? ?at , do. | Friday, Not. 15... at do The EMPIRE is 260 feet in length, 32 feet 0 inches beam, M feet 2 inches hold, measuring 1220 tous, and is the largest steam boat afloat in 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^vith separate Saloons for Ladiea and Gentlemen?spacious StSa Rooms extend the whole length, ventilated by doors opening from the inside aud out, and all Earts of the boat ar- finished and furnished in a style unequalled y any other in the world. Ample accommodations for Steer age Passengers, in four large well ventilated Cabins, one of which ?!--*? footles. i good .band j Agents. its vruviv. 3 1). N. bArney, It CO.. August 1, 1844. Cleveland. au8tonvlrc BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN ROYAL MAIL STEAM SHIPS. Is appropriated exclusively to females. The boat is provided with a i Wilkins, Marsh It Co., Buffalo,} H. Norton It Co., Chicago, >j J. N. Elbert, Detroit. > _ Of 1200 tons and 440 horse power each.? Under contract with the Lords of the Ad| ?miralty. HIBKRNIA, Captain Alexander Ryrie. CALEDONIA, Captain Edward O. Lott. ACADIA,. Captain William Harrison. BRI'l ANN 1A Captain John Hewitt. CAM Bill A, Captain C. H. E. Judkins. Will sail from Liverpool and Boston, via. Hulfax, as follows: From Boston. From Liverpool. Caledonia, Lott August 16tli. ? Acadia. Harrison. ..Sept. 1st. August 4th. Ilibernia, Ryrie " 16th. " 20th. These vesnels carry experienced surgeons, and aiestfiplied with Life Boats. For fieight or passage, apply to D. BRIOHAM. Jun.. Agent, aujrc No. 3 Wall surret. /*l staten island VnWW FERR* FOOT OF WHITEHALL. Tlie Boats will run as follows until further notice LEAVE NEW YORK: 6l 9LFAvteA8TAirfc& ^Lan#-1"- M" LLAVL 91 AIcjII lDLAIi U ; 7, I, 9, 10, 11, A. M.; 1, 2, 4, 5. GK. P. M. On Suudays, evrry hour, from 9 A. M. to 7 P. M.?1 P- M excepted. FORT HAMILTON AND NEW YORK. Leave New York, 6 A. M.: P. M. " Kort Hamilton 7* H. M.; P. M. (Sundays excepted.) CLIFTON AND NEW YORK. Leaves New York. 6 A. M.; 2 and 3P. M. " Clifton, 7& A. M.;3>i and P. M. j 30 (Sundays excepted.) PEOPLE'S LINE OF STEMBOATS FOR ALBANY. DAILY, Sundays excepted?Through direct, ?at 7 P. M., from he Steamboat Pier between .Courtlandt and Liberty streets. The Steamboat KNICKERBOCKER, Captain A. P. St. John, Moadav, Wednesday and Friday Evenings at 7. The Steamboat ROCHESTER. Captain A. Houghton, oa 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 aud Sunday Afternoons, at 5 The Steamboat NORTH AMERICA, Captain R. G. Crut leiideu, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Afternoons, at 5 o'clock I'aswngen taking either of the above lines will arrive in Albany in ample time to take the Morning Train of Car* for the ea>l or west. The boats are new and substantial, are far] nished with new and elegant stale rooms, and for speed and ac commodations, xre unrivalled on the Hudson. For passage or freight, apply on board, or to P. C. Schultx, at the Office on the whan a9rc NEW YORK, ALBANY AND TROY STEAMBOAT LIn4_ FUR ALBANY AND TROY.-Moming ? Line from the foot of Barclay street, landing .at intermediate places. Tlie Steamer EMPIRE, Captain 8. 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. Evcuiug Line from the loot of Coortlandt street, direct. Tlie Steamer SWALLOW, Captain A. McLean, Mouday, Wednesday and Friday Evening, at 7 o'clock. The Steamer ALBANY, Captain R. B. Macy, Tuesday, Thursday and Satuiday Evening, at 7 o'clock. The Boats of this Line, owing to their light draught of wa ter, are able at all times to pass the bars, snd reach Albany and Troy in ample time to Lake 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 FARE REDUCED. FOR CROTONVILLE. SING SING, TARRYTOWN, .mm/M IRVING, WILTSIE'SIJOCK, HASTINGS g^rHLv3?AND YdNKERS.?Oa and after Saturday, 3E^=aE2K.August 31st, 1944. the new and substantial steimboat WASHINGTON IRVING,! pi ll.ram Tulhill, will leave the foot of Chamber stree for tl hove places, daily at 3 P. M.. Sunday excepted. Rei ig, will leave Orotonville at 6>4, and SitiK Sin- at 7 o'clock A. li, landing at the foot of Hammond street each way. For na-.vigH or freight, apply on board, or to STEPHEN B. TOMPKINS. I'.?2 We?t street. s3rc 1'Lf.ASAM AiND ( llt/W' KAt'UUBIOiXa. SUMMER JmriANQEMENT. NEW BRIGHTON, PORT RICHMOND, I8TATEN ISLAND,) AND NEW YORK FERRY. From Pier No. 1, North River, foot of Battery Place. The Steamboat CINDERELLA, will run ss follows. Daily, from May 20th to October 1st, dHs^^HtaMb.19441?Leaves New York at 9 and 11 o'clock, A. M.. at 3X,t> audi P.M. . Leaves Port Ricmnond, at M minutes to I, and 19 minutes to 10 A. M.; at 1, 4K and 6)? P. M. , . Leaves New Brighton a) 1 and 19 A. M.; at IK, 5 and 7X P. M. On Sunday?Leaves New York, at 9 and 11 A. M.; at S, 9 and 9 P. M. Leaves Port Richmond, at 20 minutes to 9 and 10 A.M; at 1, 5 and 7M P. M. New York. May 19. 1144. MJK It A'i'il, UAHUINKR AND HALLOWfcLL. . jgM The nrw steamer PltNOBBCOT. Cipuu bo^aia# N. Kimball, (Mm the end of T wharf, Boiton, Stas^CjE-rvvry Tuetday ana Friday tvrniiiMt, at 7 o'clock. Stxgei will be in raadioaat on her arrival at the abo*e pltcw, to toiTty pataeugere to the neighboring towna. FALL' AND WINTER AHBAMtiCMKNT. NEWARK ~ND NEIV YORK. FARE ONLY U?j CENTS. THE NEW AND HWIFT OTEAMER RAINBOW, capI'ain john oakkIT ON and tf er September 10th will ran daily, at followa (Huudayt included)Leave New irk, fooiof Centre, ttreei, 8 o'clock A. M.? , foot of Barclay itmet, J o'clock P. M. xra- NEW LINE Of PACKETS FOR LIVERPOOL MrMW ? Packet of 2Ut Sept?'The tpleudid _and favorite jASlbnarkH ship OUEEN OF THE WEST, (1230 tool tinrthen i Capt. P. WigMMM,will tail on Saturday, Jl?t Sept., Iier regular day. The ahipa of thit line being ell 1000 ton* and upwardi, pertoni about lo embark for the old country, will not fail to mv (lie ailvauuijet to be derived from telecling thil line in pre ference to any oilier, aa their great capacity render* th?a every way more comfortable and convenient than ihipt of a (mailt* rU<, and tlieir accommodationi for cabin, tecond cabin and itemig* pnaMann, it it well known areauperior to thoae of any oilier line of pack. u. PnoM withing to wen re liertht thould not fail to make early application on board, tool of Burling Slip, or to . _ W. k J. T. TAPSCOTT; At their general Pattage Office, 7S South it. cor. Maiden tlOrr. l>ane. up tiairt. PACKET FOR HAVRE (Second Line).-The , Ship ST. NICHOLAS, John 11 Pell, Matter, will tail on the lit of October. Flight, or,?.Tdya^'<>IN(.KEN, No. 9 Tontine Building, til rre Corner Wall and \v?wr ttweU KUR MAUEI HA? i o tail on the 13th September ?Patt.ige only?The tine, coppered and copper-fatten ..m?,^^^"1, oak liuill liriK LONO ISLAND, ( apUin I limp, will uitr a limited number of patieiigert to th? above Ulan (I, being fitted mi with every accommodation, without regard to ei|iente, ami having an ice-lioute on deck to carry fret It provi ?Iom for the voyage. For pattage. apply to John osborn, iltol l*ec 85 Wall itreet, over Pell't. mTrNKW ORLEANS.?Dinger.?The ttenm tihip ALABAMA, 7n4 tona burthen, Henry W indie, ?mj^Cnmimmli-r^ will ?ail for the above |?>rt on tin- Mil Uctutiw ?o clock. Thit tplendid and remarkably tlaunch tu imer hat baan thoroughly overhauled the pnuent summer. newly coppered, anil it furuithed with a powerful tet of new Boilert, made at the Novelty Works of thu city. She is etpecled to make the mil to the Utlize with eate In n* dayt; and having liindtume and comfl).table accommodation!, lor both calun and tteerage Mssengen, offers an unuiiially deiirable convryauce to the travelling community. For light freight or pat>age, apply to U. MERLE, al to6o*rc Front it. FIRST PACKET SHIP FOR LIVERPOOL.? Tile old line packet iliip YORKSHIRE, < apt. Bailay, JmmbCo*iII iail on the Ibth iiut. ST. GEORGE HOTEL SI BHOADWAY, NKW YORK. THE subscriber !???? lesve to announce to his friends awl the ]>ulilic generally, and especially to the former patrons of llu Wavrrlv House, while he was it* proprietor, that he has pur chased the lease of the above establishment for a term of years, ami that tlie house is uow opened for the reception of company. The house was nrwly fitted up anil refurnished last winter) anil will compare favorably with the best houses in Broadway, having made arraignments with ihr present owner of the proper ty toeularge, improve aud beautify the establishment to a great extent, (the alterations and improvements" to lake place during the doll season of the year.) He flatten himself that wlien the contemplate* improvements shall ham been completed, that 'his hotel will possess advantages rawly to be mat with, and it will then assumeat leaat the same nuilc and pennon that it for merly did white known as Mrs. Mann's, and more recently as the Globe Hotel. The hotel will lie conducted upon tlie Ame rican plan of keeping* hotels. Breakfast from 7 o'clock till II. Dinner at 2 and 3 o'clock. Tea from 6 to 12 at night. Supper 9 till II o'clock. Charges for board per day, single gentlemen one dollar and hlty cents. Ladies' rooms two dollars each persou. ror tlie liberal and distinguished |>atrouage lieatowed tbe pre sent season u|h>ii the Hamilton House at tlie Narrow I, L. I., the subscriber tenders his grateful acknowledgments. ?'< 'whit ALONZO KEEP. SHARON SPRINGS PAVILION, SCHOIUIRIE COUNTY, N. Y. rPIHS spacious House, which, since the improvement* and additions made to it during the pnst winter, is believed to be oue of the most commodious and comfortable of the largest class of Hotels in the State, is now ready for the reeeiaion of company, aud will be opened on the 26th day of May iusl. To accommodate tlie large and increasing number of people who spend the season at Sharon Springs, the Subscribers have, since lut fall, greatly extended their premises, by aunexiug to tlie Pavilion an entirely new building, which embraces twenty-six spacious apartineuts, besides making large additions and im provements to tlie interior and business |*rts of the house. Blinds have been added to tlie windows?tlie beautiful prome nade grounds iu front of tlie Pavilion have been laid out aud tastefully planted with shrubs and flowers?the bath rooms have been overhauled and new furniture provided, furnishing every convenience to thoee who wish to enjoy either a cold or warm bath. No expense or effort has been spared to supply the deficiencies of past seasons, and every exextiou will be used to receive the visitors of the coming season iu a maimer not lo be sur|>assed at auy other place of fashionable resort iu tlie United States. To thoee who have not heretofore visited the Sharon Springs it is sufficient to say, that the qualities of the water (an analysis of which is given below.) are very nearly identical with those of the far-fameu White Sulphur Springs of Virginia, except that by the concurrent testimony of the medical ineu who are ac Suainted with both, tlie Sharon are esteemed the most potent, ituated in an elevated region of country, the Pavilion com mands some of the most picturesque scenery in the State of New York. From its elevated |?sition It has the advantage of a continually dry. cool and refreshing atmosphere. Pleasant ex cursions to the villages of Cherry Valley and Cooperstowu, the Otsego Lake, aud other |K>ints euually interesting from their scenery and their history, offer themselves on every hand? whilst a Billiard Room and four spacious Ball Alleys, leave no means unprovided within doors for exercise or amusement. Of the White Sulphur Water of Sharon Springs, it can be said it is uot surpassed by any thing of tlw kiud in the known world, for the cure of rheumatic, cutaneous, bilious aud dys (?eptic complaints, and for the core of erysipelas, salt rheum, scrofula, liver complaint, bronchitis and general debility, as lias been certified by some of the most eminent medical profes sors. By a recent analysis made for the Proprietor* of the Springs, made by oue of the most eminent Chemists iu this country, (Professor Reid of New Yoi*k,) tlie following results have beeu obtai'i'-d from one gallon of water BirarDiuateiif Magnesia 24 grams Sulphate t ('Magnesia 34 " Sulphate ol Lime . 35 4 " Hydrosulphate of Magnesia aud Lime 3 " Chloride of Sodium and Magnesium 2 7 " Solid contents 149 1 grains Hydrosulphuric Acid Oas, or Sulphuretted Hydrogen . 20 5 cubic in. The Spnugs are within a few hours ride of Albany, Troy, Saratoga, Schenectady, Utica, Sic.: are accessible either from Canajoharie, on the Albany and Utica railroad, where |>osl coaches daily await the arrival of the morning cars from Sche ueetady and Utica, to convey visitors to the Swings, a distance of about eight miles, arriving in lime for dinner] or by the Cherry Valley Turnpike, by daily stages, beiug about forty-five miles west of Albany, on a good road. Persons leaving Naw York in tlie evening boats for Albany, arrive at t).e Sharon Springs the next day in time for dinner. my I 2taw 4m?ec CLARK fc OARDNER. GENUINE HAVANA SEGARS, iAND OF THE FIRST QUALITY. DM. HENRIQUES, No. SI William street, respectfully ? invites the attention of the public and strangers visiting tlie city, to call and examine at his well known established Store, the following well selected Segars, and which are guaranteed to compose nous bnt a geuuiue imported article, and all of the first qualitv, vit Regalias, (of superior quality.)) Norma*. Y ugeniudad. Panetelss, (of different brands.) La Pal ma. Rioada. Emm, Napoleons. Eepartcroa. Vegueros. Cabana. De Moya. Manuel Amorss. Noreigas. Principes, (of various lands., In audioou to the above, there are a variety of olner brands ii> the Store, all of which are sold wholesale and retail, and which will be takeu back at any time if tliey do not give tlie satisfaction required. au30 lin*rc TO CO UNTRY MERCHAN T S BOOTS AND SHOES. ? THE SUBSCRIBERS have received and now offei ? f^^for sale, the best selected stock of Boots aud Shoes, for fall and winter trade, that can be found in the city of New York, consisting in part of Men's Thick Boots, Men's drain or Fishermen's Boots, Men's Kip and Calf Boots, Men's Half Welt and Pump Calf, Urain anil Seal Boots, Men's Kip, Pegged snd Sewed Brogans, Men's Calf Brogans, Meu's Fine Call Boots, Women's Leather Boots and Buskins, Children's Leather Caeks, the best article in the market: Ladies flue Buskins, Oaiters, Slippers anil French Ties, and all other articles in the liue that can possibly be called for. Children's Shoes of an endless variety for fall and winter. Furred, Patent and Plain Rubber*, Meu's aud Women's, for sale clieap by WILSON Ik JOHNSON. _ 141 Chatham street opposite Chatham Tlieatre. 0-01*0 'till 10 o'clock in tlie evening. au2S Im'ec lO THE LADIES. DR HULL'S UTERO JiHUQMlNJII. SUPPORTERS. rPHlS new Instrument for the radical cure of Prolapsus Uteri, A or Falling of the Womb, by external application, super seding the use of the okuectioual Pessary, is confidently recom mended to the afflicted as the means of perfect restoration to health, it never having failed of performing a cure, even under the most aggravated circumstances. The Supporter has attained a very high character in Europe ?? ? r -? > ? ?- r- ' p*d to * as well as iu this country. It is adopted to the entire disease of Pessaries, and all other painful surgical expedients, in the Ly ing-in Hospitals of London and Paris, and is universally re commended in Europe by medical men of the 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 practitioner*. Room* have been tarnished exclusively for ladies at No. 4 Vesey street, having a separate entrance from the business de partment, where a lady is in coustant attendance to apply Trusses and Supporters to female patients aull lmrrc GENTLEMEN'S LEFT OFF WARDROBE, rPH? HIGHEST PRICES can be obtained by Oentlenen X or Families who are deairona of converting their left off wearing apparel into cash. Familiea or Oejillemea quitting the city or changing resi dence, having any superfluous effects todispose of, will find it much to their advantage to senll for the Subscribe, who will attend at thair residence by appointment. J7LEVIN8TYN, ?? Broadway, np ataira. A Ime through the Post'Office, or otherwise, will receire prompt attention. si lm?ec FOR SALE?A splendid, young, fall-blooded sor Iiors*. for saddle only, having never bean in har ^JL^_^uess?perfectly gentle, good action, and of a re mark ai>le ;ippearan<e, with no defects, Li hands high. Tlie owner leaving for Europe, has uo further use for him. To be seen at J. GALLAGHER'S Stable, to Trinity Place. s9 lw*rc ? FOR SALE.?A Bay Horse, UK hands high, I years old, kind in single or double harness, a pWs saut driver and pood traveller, and will stand in UM street without tying ; is suitable for a family or physician. ?For further l?rticulart, apply at the sublet of BEACH It PHILLIPS. s*ft*ee No. IS Mnrrav stnat 40 LUDGATE STREET, LONDON, Two Doors iiuom tmk London Coin* Ilorsr. MESSRS. FLAXMAN Ar SHOWELL, (From Birchart's.) rPAILORS TO HKR MAJESTY. b?? to return their -a sincere thanks to those gentlemen from America and Mexico, who have, during their residence in England, so liberally favored them with their support, and at the ?sine time to assure their friends and the public, their chief desire and aim will be to maintain the high credit their house has attained, by supplying the very best goods at moderate charges. N. B.?A large assortment always ready for inspection, st lm'rc SCOTT'S WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERY AN1J WINE STORE, TO Hainan Street. SUPERIOR TEAS, COFFEE, HUUAR.-Also, Wine* in O sverry variety?Otard, Champagne and < ogniac Brandy; ln?h and Scotch Whiskey; UM Jamaica Rum; Holland (iiu; London Brown Stout; Ediuburgh Ale, lie., Itc.,at JOHN S. bCOTT'S Wholesale and Retail Store, 78 Nassau street. N. B.?People from the country. Hotel and Boarding House Keeper*, who buy for cash, will find it to their advantage to five this establishment a call. Ooodssent to any |?rt of the city >ee of expense. s6lm?rc f0r the "piles. DR. UPHAM'S ELECTUARY. A N INTERNAL REMEDY.?It is a certain cure for I'ilet, A either internal or eiternal, bleeding or blind. Cases, of twen S years standing, have been permenanlly cured by this invalua remedy, after all other means had failed. Testimonials of i u tacy seen at the office. Be not imposed upon?see that the signature of the Proprietor, in his own handwriting, is on the outside wrapiar of every boi, and remember that the atiove medi &> can be obtained in thiscity oivlt at No. 196 Bowery, (four rs above Baring street,) of tlie original and sole i*oi>rietor? A. UPHAM, #!. D., a regularly educated Physician of twenty years experience, confined to an Orricg r?*i"tlc?, *hay PILES and all Chronic Diseases are successfull y treated. Of fice hours from 7 A.M. to 9 P. M. Advice gratis. No. 196 Bowery. 8. Tousey, Joslin's (Corners, Madison County, Oene ral Agent for the State of New York. Sold by J. E. Warner It Co., Ut ca; Coleman It Co., Buffalo; T. B. Fitch k Co., Syra cuse; I. B. Swan, Roc heeler. In Locktmrt. Rochester, Syra cuse, O.wego, Home, IItics, Baldwinsville, Plain vi lie, I anasto ?, and other places in the viciuity, this medicine has cured some desperate cases of Piles, after all other mediciues had been tried in vain. In this city the Proprietor has hail tlie satisfaction of effecting more than Ave hundred cures during tlie pest year, and is constantly in the reception of letters from various parts of the Union, expressive of the superior efficacy of this medicine to me treatment of Piles, a disease which has often baffled the skill of eminent Physicians, and of the real nature of which mueli dis crepancy of opinion auioug medical men has prevailed. From an erroneous pathology, an unsuccessful course has been pur sued in the treatment of this complaint; hence the very general opinion that it is an incurable disease. This however, is far from being the cas*?it yields readily to the above remedy, and the proprietor has no hesitation in asserting, that it will cure all cases or Piles, however long they may have existed, or afgra ?ated they may be. Remember, that in this city, tlie medicine can be obtained, o.IKY ol the proprietor, at 19b Bowery, four iloors above Spring street. Any other article purporting to be the same, is worthless, and calculated only to deceive audio jnre. Price $1. au!3 Imdykwy'm TTOJHE DAOUERRIAN ARTISTS. A. AJCTAULT, 149 Broadway, comer of Liberty street, ? Lafayette Baxaar, offers sale, low for cash, *0 dosen mo rpceo cases; a fins lot of gilt frames| ? new apparatus, made by ChevalMT and Lsrsboun, Infyisi II s?hremade glassss, >M ins has i a lot of plates, imunu, (u set lm'rt LOCOMOTIVE PRINTING ENGINE, 115 John Street, near Pearl. /"CIRCULARS, BUI Hndi, Bills of Lading, Shipping and ^ other Ht'CeipU, Hand and Posting Bills, Lalwls, kc., Sic., twill ted to order, aUlhe lowest cash price*. MACHINERY FOR CARD PRINTING. Having two of the handsomest and best pieces of machinery ever invented for Printing Cards, we can furnish them of any size or quality, at the shortest notice, and at remarkably low prices. FOLGEKfk BUTTON Printers. N.B.?No rennets eugaged to lolicit orders, or printing. Please call at tha office ?2? In* m NASH'S CARRAGEEN PASTE, ?JV/f ANUFACTURED and sold by John Nash. Jeney City, 1TX and sold also, wholesale.and.retail, at tha following Depot* in New York t? Rushtoo and Company, Broarfwav. Milhau's Pharmacy, Broadway. A. 6. Bands, VJ Broadway. Henry J. Chapman, Fulton street. Ana retail, of all the principal Drag Stoma in the city. /The medicinal qualities of this elegant and fashiouable l*epa ratiou have been loug ki successfully prescribed highly nutritious articL ,, those suffering from Pulmonary Consumption. Hitherto, this ities of this elegant and fashiouable |t*pa known to (the public. I'hyaicians have ed tlie use of Iriali Moss as a light and icle of diet for invalids, particularly for 'ulmonary Consumption. Hitherto, this substauce has been only uard medicinally, but from the very superior manner in which thej)meat article has been prepared, it will not only be used by the sick, but aa a Usury- by all. Iu consequence of its highly demulcent properties, and power m allaying irritation of the air-passages, tlie attention of public si??kers is earnestly requested. To members of the Pulpit and Bar it will be invaluable, and to their patronage it is respectfully dedicated, by their obedient servant, JOHN NASH. au!4 lm*rc SODA BISCUIT AND SUGAR CRACKERS. 'T'HK Subscriber wishes to make known to the Public, that X much of the Biscuit and Crackers which ara sold in this city by the above names, are entirely different from the Soda Biscuit and Sugar Crackers made at his Bakery ; which have been used by invalids, particularly thoae who suffer from iudi gestion. for inore than twenty years with the beat results ; while the imitation, which can be made for a leas price, though perhaps good for a jierson in health are wholly unfit for the sick. The above Biscuit and Crackers, also Butter Biscuit, Wine Biscuit, Butter Crackers, Water Crackers, Pilot and Navy Bread, all of the first quality, are constantly for sale at the well known eatablishment, 275 Washington street, corner of Warren street EPHRAIMTRKA DWELL. | ivtl Sm?rre XITAJ CHEB! WATCHES AND JEWELRY?Those who wish to purchase Gold or Bilver Watches, Gold (Plains, Gold Pencils, Keys, kc., will find it greatly to their ad vantage to call on the subscribe, who is telling all descriptions of the above at retail, much lower than at any other hauae iu the city. Gold Watches as low as (30 and $25 each. Watches aud Jewelry exchanged or bought. All Watches warranted to keep good time or the money returned. Watches, Clocks and Jewel ry repaired in the best manner and warranted, at much less than the usual prices. G. C. ALLEN, Importer af Watches and Jewelry, l oT Ins*ra Wholesale and wtail. It Wall at. up ataira TJORSE POWER?On the Incliued Plane principle, in per i A feet order end as good as new. For sale cheap. Apply at 106 Nassau street, or 141 Sixth Avenue, when- it can b? seen, si I Itec SOAPS AND PERFUMERY. JOHNSON k VROOM, late Joh^oa k Co., of Cedar street, *? Manufacture for Grocers. Druggists, Country Storekeepers, Barbers and PedUra, every description of Fancy Boaps, of the brut quality, and at the lowesi possible prices. Sales Room, at the Manufactory ,7S Trinity Place,iu the rear of Trinity Church. all lm'ec RECEIVED HY RECENT ARRIVALS. 1 Cf) PIECES very rich, new, elegant and fashionable Silks. A 0\J 300 pieces high lustie Alpacca, of every shade desirable, very cheap. 500 do M. D. Laines, comprising the best stock ever offered at retail. 150 do Lupin's fine French Merino, of every color and shade. 100 do Fine German and English do, very cheap. 200 do Eoliens, Paramatas, Cashmere, de Cosse and Tagliouiei. 1000 Shawls, comprising Cashmere, Thibet, Broshee, Woolen, Plaid, Figured, De Lane, and other styles. Also, Flannels, Blankets, Velvets, Cloths, Cassimeres, Sati nets, Vesting!, kc., kc. The above goou* will be sold to the satiifaction of all who may favor us witli a call. BARKER k TOWLE, sll 3t*ec 71 Catharine street. ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS, FEATHERS, HEAD ORNAMENTS, &c , &c. J- OWITZ & BKCKER, No. 34 John stmt, will open this i J day, an entirely fresh stock of French Artificial Flowers, Feathers, kc.,just received by the last packets from Havre. The above stock was selected in Paris by C. E. Becker, late sales wag with Hrun k Co., of William street sll lm*ec HALLOCK'S CASTOR OIL CANDY. TS now highly approved of, aa the best mode of administering I valuable medncme to children?being so pleasant to the taste they will readily eat whatever is given them. It may be used for all purposes that the simple Oil is so extensively recom mended. Common colds, all kinds of coughs, bowel com plaints, kc.; operating mildly, healing diseased parts, and allay ing irritation. Manufactured by A. C. HALLOCK, at 176 Spring street, and neatly put op, (protected from tlie air aud i]implies*, and warranted to keep in any climata,) in packages at cents each, with full directions for use. See that the Pro prietor's own name is written on the engraved wrnp|ier. Sold by most Druggists in cities, and general stores through out tlie country. sll lm*ec ARTIFICIAL TEETH. M. LEVETT, Dentist, tlie introducer of inserting incor ruptible Teeth on the priuciple of atmospheric pressure, al lowed to be the greatest improvement in dentistry ever intro duced, iuvitee strangers aud the public in geueial to examine his new method, which will be found greatly superior to ANY NOW IN USE, embracing amongst others the advantages of great and |>ermanent comfort, cleanliness, durability, kc. To nervous patients it is particularly adapted, as it precludes the necessity of extracting stumps or roots of tenth, and retains tlie mouth in a healthy state. The numerous testimonials from the most distinguished in society, with the highest dental and other authorities, will ensure to those requiring artificial teeth, or those who nave had them unskilfully set, the happiest and most satisfactory results. M. LEVETl, Dentist, sll lin'n- 260 Broadway, entrance in Warren ?t. PIANO FORTKS.?JOHN PETHICK, (formerly Mundy C k Pethick,) iufortns those wanting good Piano Fortes, that he lias at his Old Establishment, 204 Bleecker corner'of Han cock street, a choice assortment of Piano Fortes from six to seven octaves, which for external finish or internal qualities ara second to none made in thin country or in Europe. Old Piano's taken in exchange at their utmost value. Pianos tuned and repaired. The Knickerbocker line of stages .pass the door every three minutes in the day. slO lm*rtc TO RESTORE AND MAKE THE HUMAN HAIR A SPLENDID NATURAL ORNAMENT. TO BEAUTIFY, DRESS. CLEAN AND FORCE ITS GROWTH. FOR THE LOW PRICK OF TiiREE SHILLINGS. D EADER ! we sell three shilling bottles, that von may know XV this is not one of the hair humbugs of tlie day at $1. We exiwct you to buy it more than once, as we warrant it to possess the following qualities It will force the hair to grow on any part where nature intended hair to grow, stop it falling off, cure Scurf or Dandruff, and make light, red or grey hair grow dark. For dressing the hair soft and silky, nothing exceeds this. It is indeed, the most economical, yet superior, article made for the hair. It is cheaper than the trash called hair oils, aud it will keep the hair in order with one application twice as long as any other article made. Sold?price 3, 4 or S shillings a bottle?at the sign of the Ame rican Eagle, S3 Chatham street, New York; 139 Fulton street, Brooklyn; I State street, Boston; 3 Ledger Buildings, Philadel phia; and Pease, Broadway, Albany. slO Im'tn A STRANGE, BLESSED. ASTOUNDING AND supernatural invention. TO CLEAR SUNBURNT, DISCOLORED AND YEL LOW, FRECKLED, PIMPLED OR DISFIGURED SKIN. TM'ANY?Ay, there are many who hare been cheated with -L'-l trash, ami theivfore tliink the powers of the genuine Jones's Soap are exaggerated; let inch give it a fair trial. It II indeed the moat singularly wonderful curatire prepartion erer maile, in all skin diseases. In fact, it seldom or never faila in coring Pimples, Blotches, Freckles, Tan, Mnrphew, Halt Rheum, Scurvy, Erysipelas, Burlier'* Itch, Ringworm, Old Sores, and Sore Heads. Bat mind, it is Jonaa' Soap has done, and still affects these com. Get it no where else in this city?or you will he swiudled with a counterfeit?but at the sign of the Ameri can Eagle, a Chatham street, and 3J3 Broadway, N. Y.; in Boston, at Keddinp's, I State street; Zeiber, 3 Ledger Buildings, Philadelphia; 139 i> niton street, Brooklyn, and Pease, Broadway, Albany. aid lm*m J. LAIRD, WIG MAKER, HAIR CUTTER, AND ornamp;ntal iiaiii MANUFACTURER, 92 CHATHAM STREET, vormkrlt or 116 Pearl Street. IN announcing to his numerous friends and pelrons his re moral from 316 Pearl street to the store 9*4 Chatham street, bays leave t<> return hia heartfaltfccknowledgmenta to those friends and the public generally, who have hitherto honored him with llteir support, and to assure them it will ever be his study to merit a continuance of such enviable distinction. Ever since I hare been iu business it has been my good fortune to acquire mil retain so large a portion of the public imtronage, for wnieh I feel grateful. Aa a Hair < niter and Wig Maker Laird stands mirivallrd in the manufacture of Ornamental IUir, for which his name has so long l<een crlebrated. He now has ample sco|<e for carrying his inventions and improvements into effect, in short nothing that art can produce or expense com mand, has been overlooked by him at his new establishment. He invites an early inspection of his siileudid stock of Wigs, Toupees and Ornamental Hair, in conntleas variety and exiini siie workmanship. Perfumery fiom celebrated English and Con tinental manufactories, in addition to several esfemed prepara tions, invented and sold bv Laird. The Hair Cutting, and in deed the business in each department is conducted by the princi pal himself, in such a manner and on such terms an to sustain the pre-eminent character this establishment enjoys. Prices to suit the times. slo Im? in 92 Chatham street. To HUlOHERS A FIRST RATE CHANCE, one of the bast mrat and |?ul try markets in this city, with slaughter house complete and near at hand, now offered for sale for cssh?the business done to average of three cattle and twenty-five small ciwataras rat week. Any person in want of a bargain, may apply at Abingdon Meat Market, Abingdon square. .. P. H.?There are many advantages in this, which will he atated when an interview may lie hail. sll lw'ec. OTTON DUCK.?Hu# bolta eitra, No. 1, American Pilot Duck, 200 do No. 2, do, 200 do No. 3, do, 200 do No. t, do, 200 do No. I, do, 200 do No. 3, do, 200 do No. 3, do, 200 do No. 4, do, 200 do No. 3, . do, Manufactured with the greatest care. and for ?ele,iin lots to suit purchasers, by E it. COLLINS fc CO. sK m M South street. L~~IVKRPOOL COALS?fid tons of Pemberton's best descrip tion of house fir? coals, arrived per ship Sarah It Arsilia, and for sale by . ? _ slO ROCHE, BROTHERS k CO. M Kulton st. PORK.-M0 hbls. Extra Clear Pork, f ,'iflO do. Mras Pork, VIO do. Thin Mess Pork, ,'i00 do. Prime Pork, For sale by ft. K. COLLINS tk CD. ?8 in 56 South street. TWINES.?100 bales su|ierior Bridport Seine, Herring anil Gill Nett Twines, Comprising a very full assortment, from 5X to :*> lbs. Also, 9 lbs. Sail Twine, all received per recent importations, and manufactured with the greatest care, from tlie best materials. For sale, on reasonable terms, bv E. K. COLLINS k CO. si n M South Street CHIP YAZOO FROM LIVERPOOL-C onaigneas will O please send their permits on board, at Rvlcers s'reet wharf imtnediatajr. All goods not permitted m fi?e days moat unavoidably be sent to pablia store lilt a Fohximn Opinions.?Some of the city papers have presented the reading community, during the last few weeks, with several curious remarks ou the precarious state of feeling between France and England, in consequence of the difficulties in Ta hiti and Morocco. We give the following transla tion of a correspondence, taken from the German paper, "die Deuttche SckntUpottpublished in this city, which places the whole matter in a different and very interesting light. The opinion given by this paper is.eatitled to so much mora consideration since it forms the organ of the most distinguished German Liberals, who seek in this happy and iree country a channel through which they might speak the word of truth to their fellow-citizens?deprived as theyjare at home, if not strictly of the freedom of thinking, at least ofgiving utterance?be it by sign, word,or writing?to any thought which clashes.with the most revolting system of mental oppression, so powerfully organized in Germany. The communi cation in question is said to come from an eminent German statesman, who holds one of the highest offices, and who resides atgiresent in Paris. [Fromlthe correspondence of "die Deutsche Bchnellpost."] Paris, August 16th, 1844. A new and independent empire threatened Eng land in Egypt,?a man who forty years ago landed a mere pooradventurer, conquered a throne, found ed a monarchy, became master of the destiny of Turkey, whose armies he defeated at Koniah and Nezib, and whose fleet was in his hands. Syria was his?his was the landing place of Suez?he ruled over the Red Sea,as well as over the most im portant part of the Mediterranean. England dread ed in him for the future the powerful enemy of her plans in Asia, and the downfall of Mehemet Ali was resolved upon. Russia and Austria still per sisting in their fanatic hatred towards France were caught in the trap in spite of Metternich and Nes selrode's shrewdness, and Prussia, never having a will of her own, of course followed. The errer of Navarino was again repeated; there the Turkish fleet was annihilated tor the benefit of Russia? here Mehemet Ali was sacrificed for England's sake.? From an independent monarch he was reduced to a dependant Governor of a Pashalik; his power was split, his confidence in France shaken, and he fell more and more into the hands of England.? Meanwhile the eyes?if not of all?at least of Rus sia, were opened. She found herself a loser by the treaty of 1540, and saw that not only England gain ed an influence in the Orient she never had, hut that the alliance with France became stronger, and that Russia was placed isolated in the Oriental question, and therefore nearly powerless. This she could not brook, and all the secret springs of the subtle policy of St. Petersburgh were set to work. The present moment appeared t? her the most ap propriate lor action. Mehemet retires in accor dance with Russian advice, and therefore Ibrahim Pasha, who is bound bv nothing, is master of his own will. Mehemet Ali, metamorphosed into a Pious Marabut in his retirement at Mekka will be enabled to preach with unbounded success, a holy war. or regeneration of the ham, whilst Ibrahim Pasha willleaditswcrd in hand. England hasher hands full of work?Austria temporizes?Prussia is the fifth wheel on the car?an undemanding with France is as possible as a rupture?and thus Rust-ia keeps once more the destiny of the Orient in her hands, and the Mediterranean will this time become the arena in which the fate of Europe may be de cided. ? If I may trust the communication which reached me from a source on which I could always rely?a middle path has already been discovered. The French Government refuses the satisfaction de manded for the alleged wrong rendered to Prit chard, but it will recall Bruat and D'Aubigny, the Governor and Commander, which measure, it is stated, has been resolved upon, nay, even signed. The reason assigned for this proceeding, is because these two functionaries would not allow the Eng lish war steamer "Comoran" to approach Tahiti, and even threatened to fire upon her. This pro ceeding against a vessel of a friendly nation would seern to warrant the step taken by tne French go vernment, but it will not satisfy public opinion,and may force the ministry to resign. The recall of Dupetet-Thouars has already created excitement enough, but this new recall may praduce bloody consequences, and not only endanger Guizot, but the dynasty of the House of Orleans Fortunately the troubles in Morocco divert, somewhat, the at tention from this fatal affair. War is the "cham paigne" with which the French intoxicate them selves?they forget every thing for it, and thus min isters may gain time to take their measures. The Prince of Joinville is the hero of the day?he dai ly adds fresh laurels to his popularity, and if he should succeed in sinking an English vessel, he would become the idol of the land. 1 believe he will play a conspicuous part in the fnture history of France. It is an important fact, that while the Govern ments of France nnd England endeavor to approach each other by an "entente cordial*the people and the press of bath countries nourish the mutual ha tred of their forefathers, and thus defeat all means of a reconciliation. France wishes a war, but En gland is afraid of war, and for this very reason she brags so loud. Wllksbarre [Correipondence of the Herald ] Wii.ksbarrk, Pa., Sept. 2, 1842. The Vale of IVyming? Wilktbarrt?lit Srite, At traction!, and Retourcet?Markelt, and the Value of Commodities, including Hickory and Clay Polei. From the lovely, romantic, and immortalized valley of Wyoming, your occasional contributor haild you. Were all the romance of fiction, and volume* of facts engendered by the " fell massacre of Wyoming," bereft this beauteous valley, its real enchantment, its tranquil beauties, its vast plains, encircled round with stupendous, yet gently sloping hills and mountains, like old Pelion, would, indeed, be of matchless grandeur, and call forth from the pen of the stroller, eulogy more worthy the theme than now traces these etchings. Reserving for a future period purpose, the gathered items of the massacre in 17?, in this lovely valley, where stands this thriving boiough, I shall give you such statistics as may be of use to the general reader. Wilksbarre is one of the many beautiful villages that our State boasts of, and in fact, none that I have seen in my late peregrina tions equal it for kthe neatness of its (buildings, enterprise, morality, and intelligence ot its inhabi tants, and the scite whereon it stands. Some six or eight very fine hotels, churches, court house, fifteen or twenty stores; some dozen stage lines running to New York, Philadelphia, Harrisburg, &c. The North Branch of the Susquehannah on the north side, and the canal encircling the south eastern part ot the town, places the borough in the position of an island, surrounded by some of the most fertile land and splendid farms in th? State, make the market and larder an item of no little in terest to the hotel boarder. I notice a number of fine large stores and dwellings going up on Market street, and many new buildings throughout the town. A railroad connects the Lehigh rivtr at White's Haven, with this place; the distance is twenty miles; the road a very substantial one, will be of great utility to lumber merebnnts, iron fac tors, and the community in genetal, when tunnels supercede the immense and many inclined planes that now make the road a precarious and tediaus one. Iron ore, and inexhaustible coal mines, with its navigable facilities, will at no distant day make this place but little less in importance to Pittsburg. They only want the opening of the water commu nication with Western New York, to kring their coal mines into great value. Nearly #3.000,000 have been expended on the canal, up the Susque hnnnah to New York, and a million more would open the valley toBuflalo and the lakes. Last evening I witnessed a fine display ol mili tary, (belonging here,) who had just returned Irom the L*wisbnrg encampment. Politics are foment ing?many Hickory and Clay poles are stuck up around town, and as far as I can judge, and I've had an excellent opportunity to do so, Lehigh. Carbon, and Luzerne counties go for Polk and Dallas; but Wilksbarre is a good Clay town. B Many visiters have been here from the cities this season, as I perceive by the hotel registers; in short, the country hereabouts is well worth the at tention of those seeking a few weeks pleasure in the country. The Indies are lovely and agreeable, the weather delightful, the people happy, and times apparently very lively. So much for Wilks barre. One of the best hotels is the I'lio-mx, kept by Gilchrist. Wild Oats. 1>eowp>?d.?A young man, about seventeen years ot see, apparently in s state of intoxication, walked into the Hirer, opposite Notre Dane street, en the 4th inetant and was drowned. Ha anaouoe?d to tome by?ta?der? hie Intention tc do it, t? and his trouble*,-#. <M?mm f*prr Bale of Painting, at FrankJIn's, Uroatl at. Stepping into the Sale Koom at 11 o'clock, yes terday, we found sonic fifty persons busily engaged in examining a small collection oi pictuies, which, i amounting as per catalogue to eighteen, hung from ' the walla in audi positions aa beat showed their al leged excellencies. These pieces were?that is, were said to be of great celebrity, and without any mistake, a part of the famous i lallery ol Cardinal Fiesch. So said the catalogue. So said uu acute critic in one of the daily papers a day or two ago; and so saidfike auctioneer,?with the veiyjudici ous, and, for an auctioneer, the candid observation, that each buyer would do well to go by his judg ment, rather than the allegations of connoisseur or catalogue. Convinced of the truth of the re mark, we did, and af't?r a survey of the eighteen great pictures, (some of them were small,) form an opinion of our own, and as often as a lot was knocked down, recurred to it, for the purpose of seeing how far it accorded with the collective wis dom of the Counail of Fifty?as indicated by the prices they chose to pay. It is needless to say more than that the result only corroborated our judgment of them?a result not at all influenced by the audi ble manner in which Mr. Hurchell, at each remark about their high lineage and exceeding merit, cried out "fudge." The sale was conducted with brisk ness, the usual blsndness of manner on the part of the seller, and all the reserve, knowing shrugs, ad justing of spectacles, and artful dodging practised among buyers on a critical occasion, such as was that of the sale of part of Cardinal Fiesch's Gallery, as per Mr. Franklin's catalogue. ^ot J-Intkkiob of a Cabaret?Teniers said to be the author. With some difficulty a bid was procured of one dollar?then another, and another and so on, until it was adjudged to J. C. Jenkins at six dollars Lot 2?A View in Venice.?There was nothing of the picturesque Venetian school in this piece and certainly no object represented pleasing to the sight. What induced Cardinal Fiesch to possess himself of this "View/' which Mr. Reynolds bought for one dollar, without competition! No. 3 and 4?Spring and Autumn?By Bassano. ?It required the utmost skill to know which was spring and which autumn. They were put up at one dollar each, and knocked down at three dol lars and a half each to Mr. Lyons. Lot 5?A Cavaliek looking from a Window? \ andaneor.?This was a little gem; the coloring the conception, and the attitude faultless. There' was not a just appreciation in this instance by the audience in letting it go tor five dollars. Mr. Jen kins has a bargain. Lot 6? A Cupid (representing the arts and sciences)?Attributed to Guido. This piece was most extravagantly pufl'ed by one of the newspaper critics?by special appointment, most likely. A long pause ensued before a bid was presented One dollar was at length oflered. "Jf nobody wants it,", said the salesman, " we'll pa*s it by. J am offered ten dollars, eleven, twelve. ' We really thought he was jesting, but we were wrong, for he succeeded in getting #13 for Guido's Cupid. Lot 7.?Landscape?Paul Pathor.?The cata logue was correct in naming as objects represented in this piece, cows, a female and her milk pails,and Sheep, too: a pretty accurate description,to which we add nothing but that it sold for four dollars. r<i i S VlEW 0F A Port in the Levant? Uaudo ?The nerspective of this picture was beau tifully managed, as well as the light, which, intro duced from the background in one bttld flood, gave a congruity to the coloring of a pleasing kind ? There was a good deal of competition in this ca*e the bidding rose rapidly from 5 to 18 dollars at which sum it was adjudged to Mr. Niblo. Lot 9.?The Finding of Moses.?If Pau| Vero uesse executed this picture, he whs not in his most happy mood, and Paul had his fuults. It possesses ihe imperfection of th? Venetian masters, exagger ation in coloring, and too many figures are intro duced to be well disposed of. Mr. Miller was the purchaser for #21. Lot 10.?Portrait of Queen Elizaretii, by Ma ralles. Mold to Mr. Lyon at 91-1. It brought #23.BIN,IT Uni>8CAPK-A *ood Lot 12 ?Grand Upright Landscape ?ThiB has no trace of fealvator Kosa'B pencil. Mr. Lyon however, read the catalo?ue and gave #20 lor it ' Lot 13 ?An Lprioht Pastoral ?The character ot this piece is quite commonplace, and the figures stifl and without grace. It Bold for #19. Lot 1Marine Landscape ?There is too much indistinctness about this production ; the concep tion, howevei, partly redeema the expression and for #"?*' at,nbuted ,0 vu"?t Veldte. and told Lot 15.?A Bouquet of Flowers, by Van Ifuv sam. Quite faultless. Price #18; Mr. Lyon. Lot 16 ?Cabinet Landscape ?Adjudged at #26 Lot 17 ?An Italian Landscape.?The bidding was brisk for this picture, which we admired more than any sold, although the price it brought, #61 was disproportionately great compared with those' brought by other pieceB. Mr. Miller was the pur chastr 1 | Lot 18--Still Like?Represented a cut lemon, which, with a few simple accessories, were de moted with much fidelity. It is sHid to be one of Hedda s, and as old as the v*ar 1661. This seems like exaggeration to one who inspects the work. '"ece? 'ramed? was twenty-three dollars. ThiiB the catalogue waa disused of, we trust, to the satisfaction of all concerned. It will be ob served by looking over the priceB that they were altogether toolow,provided the discriminating critic before spoken ot, and the bombastic catalogue were right; if they weie not, it must have been of course by mere accident. We trust, however that they were, and that the buyer will rest content with the comfortable persuasion that each has his l>ortion of Cardinal Fiesch's gallery, whether or not they were right in going by their own judg ment, for otherwise they might have paid too dearly for counsel. Impoitaht Polick L)itvn?xT?iKNTs.?In Atinl, 1843. a new nml dangerous #10 note on ihe Wrut ?:rn Hank in thi* city wu put in circulation. By the prompt action of Ilia Honor the Mayor and hia officers, a number of arreit* were made anil a Mop put to thia issue But before and aince that period, a number of well ex ecuted counterfeit* have appeared, apparently the pro duct of the tame graver, viz,?$1, Salem Banking Com pany; $5, Wilmington and Brandywine; $4, Weatern Bank, Baltimore; $10. Mechanic* Bank, Baltimore: $.'>, Mineri' Bank, Pottaville; and a $3 Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company certificate These counterfeit plates have all been recovered, and are now in the Mayor'* possesion, together with coun terfeit platea (of other workmanship, recovered by the aame officer) on the following hanki. viz:- $l<> ami $ JO, Merchant*' Exchange Bank New York; $4, Princeton, New Jersey; *6, Hartford, Connecticut: f> 10, Seneca County, New Vork; $ft, Ditches* County, New York, $10, Bank of Newburgh, New York; $'J0, Union Bank , New York; $4, Otiego County Bank, New Y-rk; $n>. Farmer'* Bank, Maryland; $800 and $100, M fchani.-s' Bank, New York It ha* all along been very desirable to get at the maater spirit who had the ability and the daring to execute Ihe l?ut?* firat mentioned,and some knowledge of hi* location wa? |>oa?e**cd Mr YoHng, accompanied by Me?*r< Bnlkley, Wm Young, and W.odrufT. proceeded to the residence of George white, Mankati *<reet, owmantown, and there arr ted Mr. White and Jamea Welsh. They alio found all the implement* for executing the work in question? a printing press, a quantity of bank note paper, and plate* of the following bank*, ready for use, viz : $6, Mechanic*' Bank, Burlington, N J. ; $10, Bank of Chetter County, Pa ) $1 Bank of Maryland " Branch ;" $1, Farmer*' Bank. Mainland ; $100, Boston Bank, Ma** , not quite Aniihed. This latter plate, on the entrance of the officer*, waa thrown into the atove-plne hole of the upper*tory, and the *ound thereof, aa it at ?cended, indicated to the ufflcera it* whereabout*. On going Into the cellar a paitition was found, completely barring acce** to the foundation of the Hue ; a portion ot thia wa* removed, and, by the help of hammer and pick thia plate wa* recovered with coniiderable labor at a tale hour of the night. Thu*, through the tact and pcracveranceof Mr. Young for a long period, and at the sacrifice of much time and labor, has the fountain head been at ia*t snc.ceiafull) reached. Much praise, we think, is due to Mr. Young for the *uccea*ful termination of this arduous duty. Th? men were brought before Mayor Hcott, and committed for a further hearing ? Phil. V S.ffattt'r, Srpi 10. Canada.?The Provincial Parliament in furtlie. ptorogued lo the 22d October, not then to meet for diapatch ofbusioew. We understand that M. Hudon, Vicar (taneral, ha* lalt irome for Canada, bringing with him a Papal Ball, which create* M. Prince (on# of the Canon* ol the French Cat In dral,) Bishop ol Marty ropolia (in parttAut) and I c-AdjutO' of the Romish Bishop of Montreal. Marty ropoli* la an old Episcopal See in Armenia. Marina Court. Before Judge Sherman. S*rt. 11.? Aforrfrrni Myrrt V? F.JwarJ Mrl-tnn ?Ai aotion of trespaa* to recover damage*, laid at $lno, tor ?1 leged injunea dona to a houaa aituated in Mercer *tre?' which defendan. occupied a* tenant, in tearing the walls injuting tka paint, and making aome alteration* VeHfct thia forenoon. Ckickkt Match bktwekk thk St. GxoaaE'a Clwb and thk Union Club or Philadklmiia.? The first game of this match, which ha# excited some interest among the admirera of this noble game, terminat-d yesterday, in favor of the St. George's Club. The following is the score St Ororgt'i Cluk?Fint Inningi. Mr. Oroover, b. J. Tickner J ?? WheatcroK, b Biadsbaw ? " Wright, c Bradahaw '? " Synae. b. J. Turner ?? ?? Brutowe, b. J. Turner * I" Tinton, b. Ticknor ?? " Do J j worth, r. o . " Smith, r " " Oreen, b. J.Tickner * Uh 10 f' l" " WUd, n o., 1*3 Wide Bails, IN The batting of Mr. Wheatcroft was much ad mired; his play was cautious, at the same time firat rate. Mr. Syme's cautious play told well. Mr. Tinson's was the play of the day ; he_rem<itned in near upon two'hours. The play of Mr. Bage also pro mised well, when he was caught with his leg before the wicket. The Philadelphia^ proved tbemselyea most excellent fieldsmen, and the wicket keeping of Mr. Uarrutt elicited great admiration. Those whs had seen them play the previous year said that the Club had improved considerably in every res pect. The. Philadelplnans then went in and from their excellent fielding equally as good batting was ex pected ; but luck was against them. Fii tt Inning i. Second Inningt. Mr. R Dudton, b. Wright.. i b. Oroom. . I? I" J Turner, b. Oroom 1 b. Wright 6 " J. Tickner, c. Smith.. .. 3 b. Wright n " T. Barratt, b. Wright.... 3 b. Oroom. . ? ?' R. Tickne-, c. Oroom... . 1 b Padsworth II " W. Bradshaw, b Oroom. 14 b. Wright 1 " T. Kakin, c. Wright 0 c. Wild * " It Waller, r. 0 n. " " W. Richardson, r.o 1 b. Oroom ? " P. Ticknor, b. Wright.... 0 c. Oroom s " Butclifl'e, n. 3 b. Oroom ? !17 Bv?'s. 9 Wide ball 1 i!7 ? ? By?? 80 S? First innings,.. 37 Total 117 Thus leaving the St. George's Club victorious with 51 over In consequence of ihe members of the Philadelphia Club not getting their proper nmount in their first innings they were called upon by their opponenis to follow with their second inn ings, which, no doubt, did not lend to their advan tage. The bowling of Mr. Wright was much ex tolled, as was that of Mr. Groom. The previous game having terminated earlier in the day than was expected, a friendly match of single wicket between eight of the best playere of both clubs, was made up. The following la the result:? PhilaH'lphia Club. Mr. John Tickner, b. Oroom 3 " R. Tickner, b. Oroom " " Hudson, b. Oroom J " Turner, b. Wright 8 t? Wide * 1* St. Oeorgt't Cluh. Mr. Wright, b J. Tickner 2 Wheatcrolt, b. Turner 13 Hyme b J. Tickner -J Oroom, b. J. Tickner 0 1? There was every appearance at the onset that Mr. Wheatcroft would beat the four Philadelphia single-handed, but was caught in his attempt to make the 13th. His batting was, it any thing, bet ter than in Ins previous play. Mr. Simei cau tioua playing did not in thin instance avail him to such an extent an it hail previously done. On the part of the Philadelphians, it was evident that they improved in this play as theyFnrooeeded, particu larly in being more cautious. Mr. Uudson receiv ed near upon thirty balls while he was in, which was near npon en fiour. It being now near sun down. the members of the Philadelphia Club con sented to allow the single innings to stand for the Eleven of the Philadelphia Club meet the like number of the Brooklyn Club, on the mme ground, this morning, lor a Iriendly game. The wickets are to be pitched at nine o'clock. 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