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os the death of dr. jamis marsh, late of
?' The words of wise men are beard in quiet, more than
the cry or bim that ruleth among fools Ecclenatu*,
chap. ix. 1". _
A light-hoi;sk on ibe coast of Sorrow,
Washed by the wild, inconstant waves,
That cheered th<5 gloom when winds abandoned
With ? drear howl their hollow caves;
And warned the mariner benighted,
Of perils thickening ronnd hi* way
Fling* on Life's sea of troubled bosom
No mere its calm, benignant ray.
In the foil noon-tide of existence,
Called from a land of death and blight,
A mighty Spirit hath departed
Back to the fountain-head of light.
Not vainly bi3 far-reaching vision
Here tried to pierce the ' heart of things,'
While yearned his high progressive Nature
Deep thirst to ?lako at Heavenly springs,
The dark arena where Ambition
Wers with a great World for the prize,
And millions garner golden harvests,
Was unalluring to his eyes.
Upon the holy 3tar of Conscience
Fixed was his philosophic gaze,
While Error's Comet, madJy shooting,
Round others flung misleading rays.
The quiet walks of Contemplation,
Attended by pure thoughts, he trod ;
And there, Earth's finite joys forgetting,
Held high communion with his God.
When faint the yoke of trial under,
His solemn words of power and love
Will prompt the band who heard his teachings
Again to smile, and look above:
Look upward from this shaded valley,
And, while the mist-clouds roll away,
A gleam behold of light celestial
Give earnest of eternal day.
Mourn not the good, great man evanished
When ended is his mission here?
The house of his kind Father lieth
Beyond the grave-yard cold and drear.
By lo?-, unearthly music summoned,
When crumble down their prison walls,
Souls for Eternity that hunger,
Unmonrned should fly to cloudless halls.
W. H. C. Hosmejr.
JTIr. Webatcr Deer-IIt-nting.
The following account of a deer-hunt with Dan?
iel Webster is from a letter of the Correspond?
ent ol the Commercial Advertiser:
Wo approached with our horses and wagons, as
near as circumstances permitted to the sequestered
dells and secret recesses of the timid deer, from
He bursts tbe thicket, glances through the glade,
And plunges deep in tbe wildest woods.
Our first care was to secure our horses, and at the
same time to en?ure to them the requisite attention
duriug our absence. This done, our next business
wa? to equip ourselves for a tramp on foot. Water?
proof boots, a snug cap, stout cloth pantaloons and
ashore coat for marching through the woods, climb?
ing hills or fording the smaller streams which con?
stitute tho outlet or inlet wf the ponds, were just
the articles required; and those we have. Our
party consists of six, each one of whom has a go?d
gun, plenty of powder and bullets and buckshot,
and all the little apparatus for convenience. The
Pilgrims, I am told, used the old-fashionad match?
locks instead of th?s percussion caps with which
we are provided. Thus well accoutred, we set
forth * to hunt in couples.' Mr. Webster and my?
self were together. The dogs we have are well
trained, and arc accustomed to chase in these woods
My dog Cato. which occasionally performed a con?
spicuous part in my hunting excursions last An
tumn, is not up to the business of following bucks
and does in these haunts, and is thcrefote com?
pelled to follow close at my heels, and has per?
formed no higher office than bringing to the shore
a duck or two, which, being shot on the wing, fell
into the water.
Wo let slip the dogs, and then separated, with
an understanding as to the place where we should
meet, and as to certain signals which should be
given in case any thing remarkable should happen.
Mr. Webster and myself, after making our way
for somo distance through a trackless thicket, at
length came to n path not often trodden, but fol?
lowing which we were led to the shore of a good
sized pond of water, which in England or Scotland
would probably be called a lake, and loug since
would have boon the burden ?f .some immortal
song. On the sunny side of a small hillock which
rose gradually from the s-hore of this pond we
made a stand, to wait the npproach of the deer
and to watch the reside of the chase, into which
the dogs had now entered with hearty good will,
believing that the very path which led us there
would be the one the game would pursue if found
in that net"hboihood and routed by the dogs; in
which respect we were not mistaken. We sat
down on n rock, for a rapid walk of considerable
distance, carrying our rifles, had made a moment's
rest agroeable to our legs. The rifle wbi?h Mr.
Webster has is his ; crack gun,' and is a present
from a valued friend. He took it out for this oc?
casion because it was the best hisgun-heuse afford?
ed, (and by the by he has the choicest collection in
this country,) and because he did not intend to make
any mistake in case his eye should be favored with
the sight of a stag.
My rifle is tbe one 1 have had for some time
past. At a distance we beard tbe cry of the
hounds, which you know to the ears of a hunter in
the held is much mere enchanting than the music
of an opera.
I once heard a gentleman say he would not vote
for Daniel Webster for President, because he was
not fond of music. Now whether he is or is not
fond ?f what seme call music I have no means of
ltoovring, but I will venture the assertion that if
the gentleman had been present when Mr- Web?
ster beard these boouds in full cry, as the quavers
and dcmiseiaiqu*ver* were echoed aod re-echoed,
he would have been satis Bad th*t Mr. Webster
was fond of music, and would have been induced
to give him his vote. At first the sounds receded
and almost died away, like some of the Gorman
mustc, but after a while they became louder and
loutter, and u was evident that tbe dogs were ap?
proaching tbe stand ?o had fortunately chosen ?
Knowing the shape of the eountrv Mr. Webster
believed tiwy were in a path which would lead
them to that pond.
The time drew near to 4 o'clock and the dogs
had gone around a large circle. Of counse we were
wide awake and on tha sharp look-out. Tbe sen
sat'uvis winch I felt were those that excited me
whe'i I shot the deer running in the centre of the
Do14* are .River, of which I once gave you an ac?
count. Bot Mr. Webster was as cool and aa solf
po*ses-.ed as when he rose to reply to Senator
Hayne of South Carolina. He stood erect where
be hid a full view of the path, that ley before him
along the foot of the bill at the water's edge for
nearly a hundred rods, with his eyes piercing tbe
thicket to catch a glimpse of the first motion of a
twig". He held his rifl i across his breast ready So
take fatal aim. I stood partly behind bim ready
to tire if there should be any object to shoot at, or
if there should be wry occasioi. for it after be had
done hi* part. The dogs were rapidly approach?
ing Expectation waa on rip-toe. At this nwraent
and at the distance of some eighty or a hundred
rods from us, partly across the circle of the shore
and just at the water's edge, he saw a deer, and
then another, and then another. His ejaculations
ii>3tantlv directed my attention to the spot. Two
of them dashed in the water and plunged in their
noses to drink, but being the animals routed by the
hounds, and of course frantic with fear, they had
no inclination tu stand still. A few more strains
of that music now came upon them in loudertones.
ir dicating too clearly the character of the mu?i
C ans and the rapid approach of the orchestra, and
tltey dnrted toward u?, continuing their flight. A
fiue buck Jed the van, gallantly throwing back his
antlers, as if he said, " overtake me if you can,"
b it when he bad approached within about thirty
rods he met something whose speed exceeded the
s-?ced of his pursuers. Mr. Webster, with his
usual unerring aim, had J?>dged in his vitals a tatal
bullet, and the stag lay bleeding on the path, un?
conscious of what had struck him.
A Doctor's Prescription to a Dys peptic.
--Five years ago, Mr.-, who keeps within gun
'liOt of our office, found his health failing. For
i-;veral days he shut himself up in the hou>e,
I ing such mean1? as were recommended by his
friend-, but all to no purpose ; it was not, how
.er, until after much persuasion bv his anxious
f-lends that a medical adviser was called in. His
<Mse was stated. The doctor did not seem to be
very hasty in making up his mind", but promised
send him something which would no doubt cure
Hour after hour elapsed, and no messenger ar?
rived. In fact, there had been but one rap at the
front door during the afternoon, and that by an
i .vi.ward boy who was reprimanded for bringing
i wood saw* horse and axe, to the front door, and
i rected to take them round to'thegate. The doc
to *A-as again sent for.
" Well," says the doctor, " how doe* the medi?
ane work ?" ?
"The medicine, dear sir? I have seen none."
" Ah, I see you don't know how to take it."
?' But, sir, there is some mistake. I have re?
vived n? medicine whatever."
'? Didn't a boy bring you a saw and accompmni
"There was, doctor, something of the kind
'rrought to the door, but if that is your prescrip
ion, how under the sun can a sick man take such
^digestible articles ? Don't understand, doctor."
" Well, then, I will tell you," said the doctor,
ind in a low voice'slowly proceeded: " To-mor
vw morning, about tan o'clock, put on your sur
>ut, go into the wood-honse, place a stick of wood
m the horse, and ply the saw, as slowly as you
?ii?ase, for an hour. Then go to your room, and
a ithout removing your outer garment, sit by the
ice until your respiration subsides. Follow this
laily, and you will be your own man again."
The prescription was strictly followed. It was
? hard job at first, but every day the medicine
???as taken with a better relish. Strength and the
lowers of digestion returned. The medicine has
k en continued up to the present day, and, al
1 t'Ugh the gentleman is engaged in an extensive
ti::sinest, which requires much attention, he has
-nwed and split more thsn a dozen cords of wood
1 o present winter.
Ft has been suggested that if, to the nostrums of j
the day, taw-dust pills be added, to be taken in
ilu wood-shed, and digested over the wood fi re
in the house, they wonJd produce more wonder?
ful cures than any pills now extant. [Ports. Jour.
Effects of Wine.?The celebrated Addison
said many years ago, " Wine hightens inditTer
ence into love, love into jealousy, and jealousy into
p.vidness. It often turns thegood-natuied man into
rtn idiot, and the choleric into an assassin. It
(rives bitterness to resentment, it makes vanity in
? u^portnble, and displays every little spot of the
soul in its utmost deformity."
We learn that the medical department of
our city University has 280 students, with every
prospect cf a successful and brilliant winter course.
VVc learn also that, for his repeated and malevo?
lent attacks on the Faculty, the publisher of the
Herald has been held tc bail in the sum of $5000,
and that the suit will certainly be prosecuted to
Tuesday. November 22.
Vice Chancellor's Court.?Before Vice
F.zckiel Byam and others is. John H. Stevens.?The plain
litrs, (as the American Patent Friction Match Co.,) obtained
a" injunction against defendant for violat imj their patent,
an I manufacturing friction matches at 42 Stanton-st. The
intuuetion, tt is averred, has been treated with contempt by
Michael Lecour, at the same place, who denies, however.
D! g the Company's patent. Lecour, being an alien .claims
to lie tried at the U. S. Circuit Court. At the same time
million is made for proceedings against him on the con
tempt. The Court allowed the motion for removal of case
to 1". S. Court, but denied the other, or. th^ ground that
tr-timony should first be heard. In the mean tim? the plain?
tiffs can proceed against him by supplemental bill, kc.
Latham Mitchell vs. James E. Allen, an infant, hy his
sru.trdian.?Relative to n mortgage on property at Maw
ba set, L. 1. The Court decided that the father of defend?
ant had a right to give the mortgage as he did, which is
* i ? subject to the life estate of the widow of Dobvm Al?
len. Ordered, that the subject be refened to a master,
with a view to ?nie of the mortgaged premises.
Sarah Ann Weeding vs. Jessup Weeding?On a case of
cisorce, asking that decree be opened, and defendant al.
In . ed to go to a jury?also that hebe released from im
pais?nment for costs. Motion to open decision denied, and
t? discharge from prison granted, provided no action be en?
ter c'd for talse imprisonment.
County Court.? Trial o f Jnslice Parker con?
tinued.?Mr. Taylor (late Justice Upper Police) stated that
the list of discharges presented by him at the last meeting of
the Court was from one made out by Ruckles aiid correct?
ed by the books. Mr. Brady read a number ot previous
?charges in efforts to show parallel proceedings with tbo?e
complained of. James Brewer testified to having seen
Molcarran and Bentley (two of the discharged vagrants)
vots in the Eighth Ward. Mr. Cailendar, Clerk at the
Lower Police Office, gave a conversation which he over
beard hetweh Justice Parker and Bogen, ,one of the keep?
er.) in which the latter expressed reluctance at going be?
fore the Grand Jury. Parker told him fearlessly to pro?
ceed. Mr. Patterson stated l'*at the prosecution would here
: L Mr. Lord then made a motion for nonsuit, which was
opposed by Mr. O'Conner. The Court finally decided tbat
the de'ence must proceed with its proois or submit the case
as it now stands. Mr. Brady remarked that tbey were not
pri p red to go on immediately, aad, at his requsst, the
Court adjourned, to meet Ibis (Wednesday) afterr.oon at 4
Common Pleas.?Joshua N. Perkins vs. Chas.
Ki.igand Uee. W. Sonic?Tbiscase (iu relation to a note
o.i hypothecation ot Clinton bank money) was alluded to
yrsterday. The Jury found for plaintiff in the sum of
Circuit Court.?Richards and others vs.
Moss.?In this case the Jury could not agree, and were dis?
Police Office.?A Rowdy Arrested.?A
ho ly named WUUasa Ward, on Monday night, went into
the eating house of Sanborn i: Liscombe in Park-row. and
acting riotously was ordered out. He refused, and gave
.Mr. Sanborn a severe beating, and wfaen officar A. M. C
Smiih west to arrest him, be tore off tbe officer's co.iL beat
bun and also a watchman and two others, but was ficjliy
secured *u? sent to tbe Watch house. To-day be was com
i tittfd to answer for bis numerous assaults.
Thev-ts?Lewis Carpenter was arrested and imprisoned
for stealm? salt pork end beet from the ship Louisville.
A loafer, who took the name of Michael Walsh, was ar?
rested about midnight on Monday night, with a coil of rope
- his possession evidently stolen. He was committed to
Abel H. Mott was arrested and committed for stealing a
tr-m of butter containing 100 pounds, worth SI4 from a
canal ?h^t .,t pitr N-0 4 Eetsl Riv<rr whicb ^ ^
Coroners Office.?Death from Exposure.
-An inquest w,s held this evening at tbe Alms House in
tbe Park on the body of Thomas Butler, a ntive or Ire?
land aged 5o year*. The deceased was a roaoof education
ami had been a man of property. This moraine he was
Mund io a dying state in ihr li?rv'sublt- So 4? Iuloerr?
street, and soon after expired. Vewfcfc^e? death
from intemperance, exposure and wsmTf!<y; eare
ET Tbe following- Works are for sale at the OSce of.
THE TRIBUNE, 3o. 160 Xtutau street, opposite the CUy ?
THE WHIG ALMANAC AND UNITED STATES
REGISTER for IMS. Price \2\ cents, $1 per doien, or $7
DOCTOR LARDNER'S LECTURES on Astronomy,
Electricity, Steam Engine, Prire 25 cents.
THE AMERICAN LABORER: a work devoted to the
icterests of the Mechanics oftba United States, to he com?
pleted in twelve numbers, eight of which are already pub?
lished. Prire 6J cent* a number.
TEMPERANCE SPEECHES.-Tha celebrated Tem?
perance Speeches delivered at the Broadway Tabernacle,
by Thomaj F. Marsball. Price 6* cents, or 5? cents per
SPEECHES OF HENRY CLAY, delivered at tbe great
Lexington Festival; also, his Farewell Speech on retiring
from tbe Untied Mates Senate. Price 6i cents? ?r ^ cenU
LIFE AND SPEECHES PF HENRY CLAY, ? be
completed in twenty numbers, twelve of which are already
published. Price per No. 121 cents.
LEIBIG'S AGRICLLTURAL CHEMISTRY, also
Leibie** Animal Cbemistrv, each 25 rem?.
DICKENS'S NEW WORK ON AMERICA, best edi?
tions. Price 12J Cent?.
PICHARD ADAMS LOCKE'S LECTURE ON MAG
NETISM AND ASTRONOMY. Price Si cents, by the
dozen 50 cent*.
Discounts to Agents, Peddlers and others on ah the above
O" Jiiebig'? Ajrricnltnrril Chemistry for sale
t this orrice. Pnce 2"> cents. Five copie.- for SI 00.
T\rOT.T?S STOVES.?We invite the at-'
1 * tention of tbe public to eur new and splendid assort?
ment o! NottS Stoves. The first premium Las again been
awarded them as tbe best heat Stoves for Hal!?, Churches.
Public Buildings, itc. nt the late j'^tr of the American Idsti
tu:e. They have for years stood unrivalled as regards their
utility and economy, ami the decision of the Judges, as well
as the increasing demand for the article, is confirmation
strong of their superiority at the present time over any other
Stove before the pnbHc. Our patterns are rich ami varied,
commanding the admiration of all observers. Our style for
private houses is an ornament to the hall as well as a most
useful appendage. An entire houseof any size can be thor?
oughly warmed hy a single Stove, without recourse at all
to the parlor grates during the winter.
We have also been able to complete a few of "Shef.vJID's
Patent Reverberaters." tor parlors, with which the pub?
lic can now bf served without delay. This Stove has aisa
taken the first premium of the American Institute.as :>e
be-l Stove for parlors and offices exhibited at tbe Fair, al?
though the competition was greater than on any previous
oc-asion. Their construction is extremely simple, and their
efficiency and economy undeniable. We have only to ask
the attention of those purchasing Stoves to them and we are
confident that they will be pleased. SHEPARD k CO.
o29 Im Nott's Stove Warehouse. 242 Water-:.
scriber. (successor to L V. Badger, formerly doing
business at 250 Water-street, and the original Agent for
vending an?l selling Professor tIrr's Patent Air-tight Stove
in this City,) wocid respectfully inform the public that he
ti?is taken the store No, 231 Water-street, two doors from
Beekman, where may be found a complete assortment of |
th? above Stove?, new style, and at reduced prices. Over
Five Thonsand of these Stoves were sold in the City of ]
Boston last season, and tound to be the most economical in
the ce-nsumpiion ot fuel of any Stove heretolbre introduced.
They are recommended particularly by Physicians, tor
heating room5 for the sick; and persons arHicted with con?
sumption have tound great relief by tbe use of this Stove,
he air produced being of more even temperature than can
possibly be produced l<y any other Stove now offered-to the
public. Also, Wileox's Air-tight Stove for wood?a beauti?
ful article; together with Badger's Patent Air-tight coal
Stove, designed for Stores, Offices, llalls and Parlors, a
very cheap and economical article. A printed direction ac?
companies all the above Stoves. Please call and examine
for yourselves before purchasing elsewhere. Recollect the
number. D. D. WENDELL, No. 231 Water-st.,
?28 lm_2d door from Beekman.
PATENT NOVELTY COOK STOVE.?This Stove
combines all the advantages of cooking in every varietv, I
without the usual objections to all other kinds ot cooking
a pa rat as. The top is divided by patunt plates into iron 4
to 1 boiling placp; when used with one boiler, which
measures 40 gjllons, it is useful lor bathing purposes, large
washing, steaming, vegetable*, scalding hoirs, itc.; it is also
fitted to take on a 2 bbt caldron, all of which add to its
simplicity in every respect. The oven is perfect as a
brick oven, and is warranted in all cases t0 suit the pur?
chaser or tbe money will be refunded. To those who have
sem theni in use, an explanation is unnecessary, and they
only require to be examined to convince any one of tbeir
perfect simplicity and incomparable advantages. Several
de alers have sold their Stoves, representing them to be the
Novcltv Stoves, and to avoid further imposition, they will
be sold" in future at the manufacturer's establishment, 209
Water-street, only, where referer ce will be given to over
el?ht hundred persons who have them in use in this city
Alt other kinds of Stoves at reduced prices. FISK'S Stove
Establishment. 209 Water-st_n4 lm
NOTT'S WOOD COOKING STOVE.
The subscribers ?fter thus Premium Wood Cooking
Si m'p to the public, and request the attention of those pur?
chasing to it as an article of worth. of which we have abun?
dant testimonials. They stand highest in the the market as
a Cookirg Stove for wood. All the utensil* necessary in
??ulmary purposes are attached to them. They are ae
knowledged to be the best article for cooking, with the ex?
ception of an open fire. Tbe ovens tor baking and roaming
are equal for these purposes to a brick oven. It will be for
the advantage ot those in want of a superior article to give
u? 'i call SHEPARD 4: CO.,
o29 lm Nott's Stove Warehouse, 242 Water-street
P~RC>F. ORR'S AIRTIGHT STOVE.
The undersigned are the only agents for vending and
felling the above article in the City of New-York. Of their
utility and superior excellence certi?cates from persons ot
the first respectability may be seen ^t the store. We guar?
antee against any explosions if put up according to our
directions. We have also an improved Airtight Stove.
o4 3m _S. IL FRAZIER, 250 Water street._
DRUMS.?The economy of using Drums
in Parlors and Halls is well known. The subscriber
offer to the public the greatest variety.and tbo most heautifnl
article in the city. Sizes suitable tor all locations are on
exhibition in the Drum-room of our establishment. The
increasing sale* show that this article answers a most evel
icid purpose. We ask ihn?* who study economy and are in
want, to give us a call, as we are sure they must be pleased
among so great a varietv. SHEPARD i. CO.
?29 Im Nott's Stovj Warehouse, 242 Water st.
"TrLOR STOVES^ttraT^ D.
.McELROY.Ni>. lot) Beekman-street, near Water-st.,
manufactures and has on band a superior assortment of Par?
lor Stoves, called the Philadelphia Radiators, which were
invented by the celebrated Jonas Oieasou, of Philadelphia,
aiid the demand in that city and the State of Pennsylvania,
for the last three or four years, is with mt a parallel in this
country, and they wpre introduced ia this city last y>ar with
equal success, which proves them to be the most sati-factory
article ever introduced iuto.a parlor, taking less, than half
tbe fuel of a grate, and arr free from dust.
He hii.s six sizes of them, suitable for almost any situation.
The following are only a fewof those that have used them
in New-York and vicinity, and can be given as reference :
Martin Van Buren. Kinderltook, New-York.
J. J. Coddington, No. 12 Bond stre?t, "
Major J. Benedict. 3nl Henry-street, ??
N. L. Grisw?ld, 78 Chambers-street, "
Mr. Mitchell, 105 Warrea-sueet, "
Samuel Williams, 111 Wavterley place,"
John Degraw, 1 Stone-street, "
J. T. Norris. 140 East Bmadwvr, <?
Messrs. Harndenk Co ,3 Wall street, "
" Lyon k Co, CO Liberty-street,"
Maltby L Starr, 147 Waterstreet,
Bramhait, Abemethy A. Collins,35 Nassau-stre?it, N. Y.
L. B. Wyman;27 Prospect-street, Brooklyn.
Ket j J. Cahorne. 1S9 Henry-streei, "
Edward A. Biden, 216 Pea!l-street, "
D. Perkin-,82Htnry street, "
Hebas also en band a general supply of the most ap?
proved Cooking Stoves; niso, Airtight 'Stoves ot the most
approved kind,'and at reduced prices. nil lm
f> OLLED GERMAN SILVER.?JAS*
I. G. MOFFETT, 121 Prince-street, near Wooster.
would particularly call the attention of Hardware Dealers
and Manufacturers to his superior article ol German Silver,
which he offers for sale w bolesale and retail, of all thick
tiesses, and warrcats it equal to any, either Foreign or Dc
raestic, for n lor and seltne??. ij-2 tt
TO THE LOVERS c7 auperior Elalk
Tea!?tiowqua's Mixturel?Tim ntremeiy delicious
an l unparalleled Tea, so highlv celebiated in China and
Europe,just imported, is now lor sale at the Canton Tea
Company's General Tea Establishment, 12! Chatham-street,
New-York, in Chinese packages price ?0 cts and (1 each.
j^EECHES : LEECHES ! I?Just re
JOHN ALLAY OLA,
"24 Im*_306 Bowery* and 47S Broadway.
JOHN FELTHAM,Wholesale and Retail
LEATHER, GLOVE AND MITTEN MANUFAC?
TURER, No. 1S6 W'iuiam street. New-York, four doors
South of Fulton street.
Buckskin Suspenders, Shirt? and Drawers; Piane Forte
Leather; Bla*k and Colored Buckskins forSaddlers.
Undresied Deer*' Skins bought, and Deers* Hair for sale.
\TTAGGON FOR SAI E CHEAP"!?-|
V T A splendid Leather top Waggon, city made, built in
tbe ttitst substantial manner. It has never been used and is j
worth ?2 0. but w ill be sold for $130. It can be seen at No
?4 How an l-street. BERTINE & V .AND ERHOOF,
n2S 3t o Will-street.
SYDNEY COAL?The cargo of bark i
_ Grand? is now discharging, ar.d for sale in lots to suit
purchases, by WARD k BROWNE,
o20 411 w??v>mrton corner Laigbt street.
iVTOTlCE is hereby ?iven that the Co
X 1 partnership of BA1LLY, w'aRD it CO. is to be dis?
solved on ttie 15th of November, 1842. by msiaal consent.
Tbe affairs ot the firm will be settled by either of the
Augustus H. Wird and Oliver D. Ward, Jr. will contince I
tbe business under tbe firm of A. H. WARD X CO.
Paris, October29ib, 1342..SIMON BAILLY.
? New-York. Nov. 14,1542. .AUGUSTUS H. WARD
" " '* ..OLIVER D. WARD, Jr.
A. H. WARD fc CO. have made arrangements with Mr.!
E- Jacgueroin of Paris, to purchase tbeir goc?ls in France,'
and win continue the importation and keep on hand a com-,
Pi' te assonme. t of Fancy Articles, Combs, Perrotnerv, fcc 1
1" Ii0*"10 00 tt*' favorable terms at the old stand.
No 41 Maiden Lane n2j lw
ARR"S PILLS.?From Mr. Noble,
1 Bookseller, Eosion:
0 Boston, August 15,1512.
" To the Proprietors of Parr's Life Pills: Gentlemen?
Having- beard of the extraordinary aud unexpected cure ol
my friend Mr. SomerTiUe, by tbe use of Pair's Lite Pills, I
applied to birn for the particulars of bis case, which he bas
kindly furnished. To ots very lucid and striking state
mena (which I encl se) I can add nothing: they speak for
themselves. But I may observe, that on bis leaving Lin?
colnshire it was the decided impression of all bis t needs,
both in Boston aDd Siamtord. where he is wed known, that
his recover}' was entirely hopeless?in fact that he wn- foil
going home to die, his "appearance every way indicatm?
an advanced stage of consumption.
" Please to send me 100 dctten boxes of Parr's Pills, small,
and 20 dor.en large, as my stock is again low. I perceive
my sale since iasi August has been 13.308 boxes!
Gentleraen, yours, laithfutly. John NuRLE,
** Wholesale and retail Ajrent. Boaion,"
Prom Mr. Peter Somer^tllk. of Helenst-urgh,near Edin?
burgh, addressed to Mr. John Nobie, Book>ei>er, Boston,
" Spring Bank Cottaer. Helensburgb. Aug. 18,1342.
" My Dear Mr. Noble: Your kind letter 1 duly receiveo,
and would have answered it immediately, but tor a circum?
stance I nave delayed until n?w. I can assure you nothing
gives me nv>re pleasure than to bear witness to all and sun?
dry, the r*?al. and, 1 am now satisfied, the lasting good I
ba've received from the use of rarr's Life Pills. Some ot
royf/riends observing' the wonderful etfecLs pmdnfed on me
through them, urjred me ?rongly to mafee my case k.iowQ
to encourage others afflicted with coughs, iic . to give them
a irial; and i was glad to receive from you the same re?
quest, as you will be able to manage it for roe. I am radier
at a loss |e<t I should tail in giving full justice to tbe effi?
ciency of these Pills over all the medicines 1 have tried tor
my complaint, and you know I have now bad nearly two
, years' trial of medical prescriptions for rav cottsb and lia?
bility tocatchcoidsj without bemg one wh:t better, but I
believe worse; and the last physician I consulted laughed
at my igiioraiv-e when I asked him if then.* wrv< nothing ;n
phyt'ir Dial would operate as a preventive against Ur.un;
cold. He shook his hf-ad and saiJ 'No,no; there is pa
snch medicine.' Now, it" tie had been acquainted with
Parr'- Life Pills, he would ha?e -aid, 'Y- -, yes; there is
such a thing;' and instead ot recommending snake-root and
Iceland moss, he would have recommended them as an ef?
fectual medicine for rontrh, pluerisv and spilling of blood,
for that was UV three-fold form of mv complaint. The
cough had become <o troublesome that my ?..l?-ep was
broken by continued 6tsof coughing; my liability to cold
and inflammation was ^o great that a change in the weather,
or a walk, or any little exertion, would lay roe up, and the
usual routine of fasting, purging" and bliste; ing had 10 be
resorted to. Tbl-. 1 hart four times in the course of two
months, and then -peaking aloud or reading aloud made me
a great deal worse, and my strength was so lar gone that
any little exertion m walking or working was quite <atli
cient for me. Now look at the change! Bet?re I had taken
two smali boxes ot the Pills, my strength was so far recov?
ered that I commenced to work ten ;:ours a day,and
scarcely ever teit wearied, and have done so lor ihe-r tive
weeks pa<t; and then as to there being a preventive against
cold, I may ju-t mention that the place I went to work In
wiis a school-house, jost building ; the roof was oh it, hut as
y? i there were none of the windows in it, and the draught
was very great, more especially as I hnd never before
wrought under such circumstances; yet I wrought, and am
still working there without having taken c-ld that way.
?? When I began to Lake Parr's Pills, 1 ga-.e up at tin-same
lime the use ot tea and cotfee, which I believe helped me
greatly in grtting rid of my complaint. 1 am lully satisGi d
ih<- use of tea, '-specially, is a very bad tning for a cough,
as I always lound my cough much worse alter taking tea.
The great rood u.nt I have derived Irora Parr's Pills may?
be summerTup in a lew words:
" Fim, they increased my strength; all other medicine*
had a weakening fffect upon me hot them. 1 fike three,
tour, ami .sometimes live puls every twenty-four hours, and
instead of being weakened by them, they rather in their
opuraiion revive the animal spirits and impart lasting
streugth to the body.
" Secondly, tbey go direst to the cough. I had iwt taken
sir Pills bet?re I felt the cough shaking ; iL? hold upon me
became looser and looser every dose I took, and the first,
or it may he the second Sunday after 1 had begun taking
them, my triends were remarking to me the gr> at and hap?
py change in my cough, as during the meeting I had
scarcely coughed any. whilp previous to taking them I
u-ed lo be tbe grt at d'isturber of the meetings by my com?
?4 Thirdly, thev healed the spitting of blood, and changed
completely the nature of the expectoration. This was pre?
viously so bad that the doctors agreed from this that my
lungs were diseased; aad the lar-t advice I got from the
doctor was.4 You miM take great car? of yourrelf.for your
lungs ore affected.' Now, whether my lungs are aflected
or not, 1 do not pretend to judge, but this I say, that hy the
use of Parr's Life Pills these two bad symptoms are re?
??' Fourthly, they (Parr's Pills) have restored my voice to
its natural tone and strength. This all my friends were re?
marking who heard me speak in the meeting the other day,
and who previously had noticed the weakness of my voice.
" Fifthly, by the use of Parr's Pills my natural color is re?
stored. Before taking them my eyes were languid and dull,
mv color was low and deathlike, so much <o that a lady
told me last week that when she saw me about three months
ago she really had little or no hopes of my recovery;
whereas now tnv color is healthy, my eyes bright, and the
same lady says I am now beginning to get rlesh'on my face,
the cheeks of which were greatiy sunk.
" My dear Mr. NobK I :rm nfraid yon will be tired read?
ing this long letter. Other particulars I might mention, bat
will finish by expressing my heartfelt thanks to the Pro?
prietors ot Parr's LiP Pills, as to them nnder God I owe
the greate-t blessing bul on*? bodily Health, the on*- ble-s
ing, which no medicine can bring, 1 trust you are continu?
ally enjoying?health to the sou', to be found only in the
light of His countenance whose loving kindness is better
than life. I remain m*st affectionately yours,
n7 lm "'Peter Somervili.e."
rtusbton *?. Asptnwall, Druggists and Chemists, ?fi William
street, 110 Broadway and 10 Astor House,
Abraham B. sands & Co., Druggists and Chemists, CJranite
Buildings, 273 Broadway .corner of Chambers-stre, t.
P. Dickio, 413 Broadway, corner r.f Lispenard-str, et.
John B. Dodd, Druggist, Broadway, corner of Bleecker
A. W. Badcnu, Bowery Medicine Store, 280 Bowery.
John C. Hart, Druggist, r>4a Grand-street, corner ol Nor?
Symes's Medicine Store, 63 Bowery, corner of Walker
A. B. Tripler, comer of Fuiion and Water-streets.
Horace Everett. Druggist. I%7 Greenwich street, net no the
corner of Franklin.
.1. J. Coddington, Apothecaries, 227 Hud'on-street, cor?
ner of Sprine.
E. L. Cotton. Chemist and Apothecary, 263 Ble*>cker-str*et,
corner of Jone-.
J. Wendover, Druggist and Apothecary, Ml Eighth Ave?
Brooklyn?William Armstrong, Seed, Drue nnd Patent
.Medicine Warehouse, 134J Fulton-street.
Awl wholesale at the proprietors' olfice.
T. ROBERTS & CO..
Clarendon House, corner of Dnane-sL and Broadway
AFFECTIONS OF THE LIVER.?
Every invalid should read and reflect, if they desire
a re?lorntioirto health.?I venture to affirm, says an emin?
ent writer, that the grand source of health and disease is con
Keeled with the natural or di?ordered function of the liver,
and that every chronic or lingering illness ari??-s from some
defect there. Chronic Hepatitis the most frequent form <?.' th
disease in tht< country, is slow in its progressive The
organ of attack will be for years suffering un.'er it" Under?
mining inriuence, end yet no reil ciscase will indicate to hV
patient the alarming state under which be Is laboring i ;"iy
transient indispojiLon he imputes to a different* a use, never
suspecting that the liver bring affected is the Intent source
of these disturbed sensations ; thus mi?l. d, it is not in his
power to fake the necessary precautions to guard ngam-t
this instdiou- enemv to his repose. The symptoms Ol this
disease are often slight and telt for a considerable time,
such as fulness after meals, accompanied hy oppress-on, a
feeling of vacuity at the pit of the stomach, the mind be?
comes irritable, memory defective, incapacity for mental
exertion prevails, the appetite becomes variable, tongue
turrcd, month clammy, taste vitiated, 'light nolle causes i
start, sleep disturbed witn frightful dreams, oci asion.uiv an
ob.use pain in the r.gbt side extending to the top o| the
shoulder, cramp or spasms is often experienced, and nerv?
ous twitching of the muscles anil aching pain of the tiinl>,
nervous or sick headache is generally caused by it. It of?
ten appears in the form of cough, nshihraa. Itc as diseased
*nte of the liver, either by sympathy or jiressui-r induces a
derangement of the functions of the lungs and occasions
these disorders. By changing the morbid stale of tbe liver,
the irritation of the lung- immediately gives way. The
liver is indeed connection, primarily or secr.udarily.as cause
or effect, with various diseases of the head as v?ell as other
parts ot the system.
From these views, then, there can tic no doubt that the
di-orders nf the liver aie of the first importance, and every
effort used to remedy them should be conducted on rational
piinciples, and by timely and efficient attention and the
use of the most proper medicines, mmy very serious eanse
quences may be prevented, which too often are emailed on
ihe constitution by procrastination.
As a rempdy peculiarly adapted to the cure ^f liver affec?
tions, Dr. Starkweather's Hepatic Elixir has proved to be
the mr>t potent and efficacious, and every day's experience
confirms more posivvrly this assertinn. It is" candidly be?
lieved that no preparation has ever been before the public
that has met with such unexampled approbation from dis?
tinguished sources, distinguished judges, and grateful pa?
tients as tht? medicine, and a greater amount of suffering
bas been mitigated and more cures perm?nently effected
by it than any other medicine extanL
So confident is the proprietor of its curative properties in
every case, that when the medicine is Usp.i according to his
directions and the patient is not satisfied orconvinced, after
using oce bottle, that it has produced a beneficial effect, his
agents are authorised to refund the money paid for it on re?
turn of the emptv bottle.
For sale hy CHARLES DYER, Jr., General Ajrent for
the United Stales, 42 Westminster st. Providence, ? L
Sold at wholesale and retail by the agent*, A. B. ot D.
SANDS. Druggists, No. 79 Fulton-sL comer of Golri-SL and
No. 100 Fulton st. Also sold bv David Sands k, Co. No. 77
East Broadly, corner of Market street; Abraham B.
Sands At Co. No. 273 Broadway, Granite Builcines. corner
oi Chambers streeL_ BH im
Agent's otFice, State Prison,/
N_ T?Tr-> Aubarx, OcL irt, 1842. )
OTICE is hereby given, that seaJed
Proposals will be receive^atthe office of the subscrib?
er antilTucsday the 20tb day of December next at 10 o'clock.
A. M.ior the services of TenJConvicLi. with the privdpgc of
increasing the same, as the Agent may be able to fumi-b to
any number not exceeding Three Hundred, for the term of
Five years from the first Wav of January next, to be em
p.oyed in tbe manufacture or Filesand such articles of Cut?
lery of which tbe United States is principally supplied bv
Sun^cie^nt shop-roora^suitably warmed and lighted, will
be famished by the State.
N?tc Persons miking proposals are required to name th*
amount, per day, offered tor tbe servi-es of each Convict?
and to furnish tne name of tbe person or persons offered as
surety m the Contract, wuh their wriueo assent thereto
and the respective person* making proposal* are required
to be present at foe rime of opening such proposals i Dec.
,l*i^?r in person or hva dn}Z authorised ageuL
ol:it02r'_HENRY PQLHEMH?; Agextt
ROLLED AND PLATED BR^SS^
A first rate article of Rolled and Plated Brass, ran
m^rwti^i ^l0wwlmarkel F4"-??- likewise a very I
Mnemor artielo nr Coot^i Brasa. ?52 t'
CHEAP.?200 Horse Blaaketa for sale
very cheap at ?72 Pearl-?. o!4 2m 1
READ THIS.?Having been afflicted
for the last 10 or 12 years with a complication of dis?
eases whicU confined roe to my bou*e and bed a great por?
tion of the time, mr stomach extremely weak and sore, vio?
lent nams in my side, my strength exhausted, and, in met,
revinced to such a degree that me seemed to be nearly ex
tinct. I was invited bv Dr. Starkweather, and by bis advice
commenced the use of bis medicines?but was. so weak and
debilitated that I could take bat half tbe usnal dose of the
Hera: ic Elixir. 1 had taken so much medicine previously
that 1 bad no faith or confidence in any thmg that bore the
nameoJ medicme. However. 1 continued the aseot the
Hepatic Elixir, in half doses, for one week, when I beg?n
to lU us beneficial effects; 1 was then directed o Qcrea.se
the dose, which I found 1 could easily bear.and to the utter
aMonLsfarnent of myself and trends, 1 was soon able to ieave
mv bed. and in a tew weeks was able to ride 30 miles in one
day. which I could not have done bet?re at any time m .en
vearspn.-t. 1 car. now do my wtok about honse.anu ieel per
fectly well. I feel trulv grateful to the Doctor, tor bis pre
sc options, and sincerely betirve the use ot his Elixir has re
srored me to health^iiid 1 can do no less than to earnestly en?
treat all who are suffering with bilious diseases to go and
do likewise, and they may rest assured that they will de
rive as much benefit irom it as I bave done. 1 believe Dr
Starkweather's Hepatic Elixir to be a truly valuable medi?
cine. LUC RET IA D. l.ELAND. Graftnn, Mass.
Vor sale bv CltAS. DYER. Jr. 42 Westminster st. R. T. 5
Sold, wholesale and retail, by the agents, A. B. SANDS
it CO. No. 273 Broadwav (Granite Building) corner
of Chambers-street, Sold ?bo by A. B. it D. SANDS.
Druggists, No. "9 Fulton street, corner"!" Gold st; and No.
Ifvi 'Fulton St.; ami by David Sand? a Co. No. 77 East
Broadway, canter of Market-street.
Price. $1 per bottle._o29 1m
H_TlI7S_TRUSSES? Notice to Rup?
tured Persons.?Persons afflicted with ruptures may
rely upon the best irMrurp. ntal aid1 the world affords, on
application at the office. No, 4 Vesey-street, or to e.lher ot
the agents in the principal towns in the United States. Be
a !efo3 to examine the back pad of Hull1' trusses, to see it
they are endorser! bv Dr. Hull in writing. None are Rena
ine'or to be relied upon as good, without his signature.
Many persons have undertaken to vend imitations ot
I lulls celebrated trusses, and thousands are imposed upon ai
, insequence. These imitations cannot be relied upoo; they
are made bv unskilful mechanics, ami are no better lb:in
tbe ordinary1 trusses.
Rooms have been fitted np nt No. 4 Vesey-street, exclu?
sively for ladies, h?Tihg a separate entrance trora the bun?
tes department, wherv a female is inconstant attendance
to wait upon female patients. *>2I tl
TtTOltlSOIi'aJ Hygeiau Medicines.?
It 8_ NOTICE.?Whereas^ A. A. Samanos, of 94 Broad
w.iv, New-York, is making an improper use of Messrs.
McVison it Co.'* appointment tor the sale of their Medi?
cines. This is, therefore, to inform the public that Mr.
Samanos is not authorized to sell ? MORISON'S PILLS !
in New-York,and that Messrs. Morrisons' only Agents in
New-York are Messrs. FIRTH it HALL, of No. 1 Frank
tin square, trom whom alone the Medicines cau be had gen?
uine. (Signed) MORISON it CO.
I):..ted British College ,,f Healdi. Ni w Roud, London,
Jene 16th. 1S42. _\*9 tf;.
.^J Day's First Premium Overshoes for Ladies weigh
but a few ounces, are made with Leather ar Rubber Soles,
very elastic^ will retain their beautilul shape longer wn be?
lieve than any other manufacture. In addition we have
some 10 different styles and kinds of Rubber Shoes and
Overshoes lor Ladies pnc*s from 4s to $2. L idies are partic
1 irlv reminded lhat every pair of Ovi-rshoes has our name
attached, ati'l are warranted and il the soles Iwsen others
will be given in exchange or money returned.
HORACE II. DAY, Successor to Roxburv L R. Co.
nl5 codi in 45 Maiden Lane
TO TAILORS AND SOITTSbSN
AND WESTERN MERCHANTS.-Thesnhseriber
has just imported a large assortment of Silk and Worsted
Braids, which are all the rage and fashion in London aud
Paris for tbe Petto Overcoats. Also a large quantity of Silk
and Mohair Cords, of evt ry size, together with n handsome
and superior article of Twist and bevel ?djjed Twist, and
Silk back Florentine Buttons of a very superior quality for
dress and overcoaLs, with a variety of Trimmings suitable for
tailors' use, for sale by
H. MOSS, Importer of Tailors' Trimmings,
024 eodlm* 34 Cedar-st. 2 doors from William.
H"A?fsriTATS !?D.B. & J.S.Wo?d,
51 Canal-street, would call the attention of the pub?
lic to their large issortment of Hats, comprising Nutria,
commonly called Beaver, t assimere, Moleskin and Satin
Beaver Hats, together with a large and splendid variety of
Boys' Hats and Cloth and Velvet Caps, which we willse'llas
low as any ostabiishmeut in the city, without any exceptioo.
For the information of those who are praetically opposed
to Slate Prison Monopoly, taey would state that tbe Hats
sold at their establishment are manufactured by their own
bauds. D. B. k J. H. WOOD,
o29 lmeod* 51 Canal-street, New-York.
fipWILLED SCOTCH GINGHAMS.?
JL JOHN HUTTON, 74 Hudson-street, has just re?
ceived, in addiiion to his extensive assortment ot Scotch
Ginghams, a case ot very superior Twilled Tartan and
heavy Mourning Ginghams, which, being very suitable for
winter dresses, will be found well worthy the attention.of
J. h. has always on hand a complete as'ortmen\?f Plan?
neis, Blankets and Hosiery, as well as all other Domestic
Dry (ioods. n3 lmeod
AYDEN'S Premium Pens.?A~fcMTver
Medal wns awarded J. Hayden for his " very supe?
rior Pens" by the Am?rican Institute at its last Fair. The
Government have given them the Preference, and the best
accountants and many of the public institutions will use no
other Pens. They have justly obtained the highest reputa?
tion, and are not surpassed ifequaled by any In the country.
The trade are supplied at the Manufacturer's prices by the
agents J. it P. HAYDEN,5 Platt-streeL
Agents also for Silliman's School and Coutiting-hou.se Ink
LARGE NUT OR STOVE COAL?
Oi the first qnality Peach Orchard, now discharging
from Canal boat J. G. Gregor, clean and in ?ood order.?
For sale low if mken from boat while discharging.
WARD it BROWNE.
n!6 44 Washington, corner Laiglit stre? t.
NOTICE.-?The subscribers will contin?
ue the Straw Goods, under the firm of Napier. Fish?
er Jt Co. in New-York.and h. C. Fisher it Co. in Bo-ton.
New-York, Sept I, U42. T. A. NAPIER,
h. C. FISHER,
nID Gl*_S. P.ADAMS.
rp H E T?RGEiStrCnea^e?"t^n7ri8e7t
JL assortment of CORSETS is to tie found at No. 4 t?i
Pearl-street,N, Y. Country and Citv Merchants supplied
on libenil terms. ALEXANDER SAMSON,
Importer and wholesale dealer in Cor-ets,
'?IB tin'_ 443i Pearl-street. N. Y.
IV E RP??L COAL.?The under
Ljtsigned is now discharging a very fine cargo of tiver
p .1 Coal thai burns free, bright and clean, at the low price
oi $9, delivered free of rari.i;?* at any part of the city. A
few chaldrons y*t unsold. Those wanting the article had
better send in their orders without delay, at the Yard No.
78 Thompson Street, near Spring, or at the office No. 118
r\ ;-.sau street
P. s.?Ii will be delivered *t Broo'tlyn at the same price
the fwrr^geadded. Joseph p. W1MPSON. olstl
~~'m-\L, COAL, COAL^-liesti'euchOr.
chard Red Ash Coal?Lump, Broken and Nntsifs.?
The uudenigned i, authorised tn take orders tor this cele?
brated Coal, at the very' lowest prices, eithrr by the can^o
do, delivered Ir?m the barges free of cartage inany part
? ?I this city or ?ro-/klyn.
Also Orny Ash Schuylkill, Lebigh and Lackawana Coal.
p. S. American Bituminous Coal, for th? grate, equal to
f : Liverpool. Best Virginia Coal, for blacksmith's use, at
the very lowestprice. JOSEPH P. SIMPSON,
Office No. 113 Nassau-street.
N. B. Orden for one ton will receive the same attention
as thrwe for a larger qnanity. myl?tf
4?? TO $5 50.?Peach OrchardTJ??l.-?
*Lp ?J The subscriber ofiers for sale tbe first quality Peach
(., :-t.;.ril C'.ial. broken, egg and large nut size--, .it the above
reduced prices, delivered free of cartage, direct from the
boats. The Coal wiil be well broken and screened at the
lime of shipment. ALFRED ASHFIELD,
415 Grtud-street, rorner of Ridge,
and Soulh-street, corner ot Montgomery,
orders left as above, or at 19S Williarn-street, or ?imugh
the Post-Office, promptly attended to. au80 tf
-COAL, COAL?From the
vessel, best quality Peach Orchard Red
\":i Coal iresFfrom the mint'?, at the following low prices
Egg and Broken.$5 50
Stove, large.5 25
double screened and delivered any p?r?, of the crry, weighed
by a city weigher. Yyd comer Christopher aid Green,
wich street?. JAS. FERGUSON
iV B?lrwir? tons Pea and Dust cheap. ?29 tf
nn??0AL! C(^L:!~Thc real
ff ^iVi/ Peach Orchard Red Ash, now selling from
the yard 504 Washington-street, two doors above Spring,
broken from clean lump, doubly screened, and delivered
free of cartage, and weighed by a Citv Weigher, at the fol?
lowing prices :
Large Nut.?.,.a^5 00
Stove. 5 25
Broken or Egg. 6 00
Liverpool Screened.,. 8 00
N. B ?All orders to be leu at the Yard. No agents?no
commission. The buyer receives tb* benefit.
Coal from boats, 25 cents lese per ton.
013 tf _P. B. GUERNSEY.
COAL, COAL.?The best
quality of Peach Orchard Red Ash Coal,
subscriber will deliver free of cartage for this
~'eek oniy for tbe following l?w prices: Large Nat $5 00;
Egg and Stove $5 50.; Broken $5 "5; Doably Screened
from the yard While Ash Broken and Egg $5.50. Orders
received at tbe yard cornet of Rivington ahtl Essex-streets,
and in iLe basement story of the Merchants' Hotel, in Cort
land-street, by J. T. BERNARD.
n21 lw?_PETER A?RAND.
MFOR SALE OR TO LEASE?The
snliscriher offers bis Mansion Rouse and Grounds ;
Ki -.vPon.New Jersey, far sale, or to let for one o
more years. Tbe property consi-ts of a good sized modern
built bouse, finished in the neatest manner with marble
manties. ice. and a good dry cellar, withkiicheauaiid w?od
house attached to the bouse; an excell-n* well orwatei?and
large filtering cistern with pumps in each; a coot barn and
out-house?, all nearly new, and in complete'repair. The
ground consists of about one acre enclosed witij crcaaienial
t-nces. nnd laid out in fruit yard, garden tc well stocked
with tbe choicest fruit from PriuceH and other nurseries ??x.
relieni beanng grape vines, tlowering and other shrubs'and
^law*' n^n adlllPon:?l quantity of land can be had if de
?red. The premtses^reb^autitully situated on a southern
slope, with the deltgtitfol prospect ot Staten Mand.tb
Ne? vJ^a ai^^^^S- pommuuication with
*K5? FJ,TL^P M? ^""t-the steamboat, of the
Elizabeth Port and New York Ferry Companv ruoniug six
ume a day to and trom the city; and the pas?uge1nay be
"^^^^^y Railroad fonr orfive ?mes ?ch
day. Po<searon given imroedhtely. Por further parrkn
US.3re 01 N?-233 P69rloren the premises,
08THOMAS R. WOOD.
fSh Coal tresFfrr
wuich tbe scb*crib
* PEOPLE'S LINE FOR AL
' BANY md interrsecHalepJaees?fc^..
The steamer NORTH AMERICA, CapuM. K 7>e~
deO. will leave as above at S P. M. on W?^, aWv
Th?? COLUMBIA, Cape. T. P. Nrwbwry.wTlUe?^
above at 5 P. M. on Monday. Thursday and Sunday. "
For passage or treight,apply ;o P. C Schale aiiaeoifc
ob the wbari.or on boara.
N. B. All kinds of property taken only at the risk of ;v_
owners thereof. _
EVENING LINE) of ~St^.
_ __ _, boats lor Albany, daily, at 5 o'clock #
M., sunoay excepted, from the p'er between CctrrtkadJj
The steamer SOUTH AM ERICA, Capt. Bninard.
Mondnv, Wednesday and Friday Afternoons at 6 tfSmA
The steamer ROCHESTER. Capt. .\P.St_ Joh????!,
the above pier Tuesday, Thursday an*) Satanlay' *?
noons, at 6 o'clock. ,
The Rochester and Snath America are ww s^.^.
tial boat*, well fitted up and fornished w ,th statr
and for speed and accommodations sre not ?arpa-^jr
anv boats on the river. " .
For passage or treight apply to P. C. Schallt attbe oft.,
on the wharf, or on board. _. _ ^*
V fr~~F?R H?DS?lOT?Y
fcSKKSslL VESANT, COXSACKIE, and
diate landing*?Steamboat SUPERIOR. Capt Ocav
will leave the pier, toot of Cedar-street, This Aiterax*
(Saturday) at 5 O'clock. For passage -ar freight, aap;? 2
b^rd, omo 3. B. NICHOLSON. IS5 West-strm,*
"? "ft MORNING BOAT^F?r
_JBHSKLPEEKSK1LL. VKRFLANCK, GILAS.
? V-!'uiNT>l NG-SING. TAR RYTMW N, DUBR'S |fjj
RY, HASTINGS AND YON KF KS-Breakfast u,i D*.
uer on Board.?The new and splendid sieainer COLl'W.
BUS; Capt F. W. Stone, will leave New York, rnxa ,^
loot of Chnmbervstreet, every morning. | Fridays exrepa<j)
at tk o'clock; and reiurniiur leave Peekskiil same ft*
at 12* o'clock, P. M. Landing at the fooioi Hmuwao
street, each way.
N??tice.-Ail good,, tr. ij-M, l.aggnse, b?uk bills,
or any other kind of property, i;iken, ^hipped, or put c'
boar* this Boat, must be at the risk of the owners o< s?4
goods, freight, baggage, kc._olt
C?~> ?>Hl r FAl.O and Green Baf.
^E^^St- The steam COLUMBUS willplT b\.
twee?fiallalO and Green Bay during the season.as bdo*
leaves Buffalo, Leave* Green B?r,
June 20 June 27
July 4 l!J July 11 35
August I IS 29 August 8 t:
Sept. 12 2K Sept. S 1?
October 10 24 October 3 17 al
touching at inlertnediatu ports.
F?r freight und passage, apply to the master nu hoard, at
to A. R. COBB k CO. I Buffalo N Y
_P. 1^ PARSONS k COj_ _ ' " if2a
MST*" ftST?TEN ISLAND FERR\
s^S^JTj?atl, ?Fo st of Whitehall-street.?'I m >u uk.
,^rVTr\TKN ISLANDER and SAMSON wiJi rua .
Laaves New-York at 9, 11. A. M. and 1 j,Si. S4, P. M.
LhuvEs Ststbn Island at 8, 10, A. M.,auu I2t,2|Mifi,
All goods shipped are required to be particularly mark?,
and are at the risk of the owners thereof. ol
LONG ISLAND RAILROAD
COMPANY?On and atler Wednesday,!*)
_,vemb*r ldtb, 1842, the trains will run aj fol?
Leave Suffolk Station at 1 P M
Leave Deer Park at U o'clock, P M
Leave Hicksv?l? and Hempstead at ^. A M and 2PM
Leave Jamaica at 8 o'clock, A M and 2j P M
Leave New York, at 94; A M anil 4 J P M
l^ave Brooklyn at 94 o'clock. A M and 1J PM
Leave Jamaica at 8 o'clock A M and 2j P M
Leave New York at 9J A M and 41PM
Leave Brooklyn at 9J A M and 4fc P M
Leave Suflolk'Station at I P M
Leave Deer Pnrk at U PM
Leave Hicksville and Henipstead at 2 P M
The 44 P M train runs to Hlcksville only. The Surnlij
4V P M train runs to Jamaica only. nie
VI\ POWELL & CO.'b Lin?
rFer NEWBURGH, landing at CAL1>
VVjiLLy, w'jBS'T POINT, and COLD SPR1NG.-T?
steamboat Iligldander, Capt. Robert Wnrdrop, will Inn
foot of Warren-st,every Monday, Thursday, and Satur?j,
at 4 P. M. Returning, will leave N?wburgh every Mendt)
at 7 A. M, and Tuesday and Friday nt 5 P. M.
For freight or passage apply to the Captain on board.
Baggage and freight of ail descriptions, Bank bills or n?.
cie. board, must be at the risk of the owners thereof, seta
a bill of Indiner e-rrecoints hn ?Iuned for the same. fJJ
?K? ing at Caldwell's, West Point and Coll
tspnng.? I'he steamboat JAMES MADISON, CapL Chir1.?
Itnlstead, will leave AVarren-street Pier, every TUKSDAV
and FRIDAY EVENINGS, at 4 o'clock.
All Baggage, Packages or Parcels, Bank Bills or St*ci
put on board, of this boat without being entered on the wol
of the boat or receipted for, will Im? at the risk of the ov
crs thereof. (a
NEW-YORK FERRY COMPANY
Winter Arrangement.?Fare 12$ Cent*.
Thn steamboats WATER-W1TCII and CINDERELLA
ply daily from Elitabeth-Port to Nev -York, tocchicgct
New-Bnghton and Port-Richmond, each trip, as Ibllow
o.-? and otter the 17th day of October, 1842?
Leave Elixabeth-Port, Leave N. Tork, pier LN.H
At7i, and 10 o'clock. A. M At and 10, A. M., an1
At l, andS^o'clock. P. M At JJ and 4o'cl?ck, P.M.
Leave Ehzabeth-Port at 8 e'clock A. M. and at 3 P. M.
Leave New-York at 10 o'clock, A. M. acd at 44 r. M.
N. B.?Passengers lor Westfield, Scotch Plains, PlaLnfiflii,
Bound-Brook, Someiville, Easton k Srlioolevs Mounwin
by the Elisabeth-town and SoniervlllK Railroad Cars, trill
have New-York ii: the 8J '/clock boat in the njorninj;, un<)
in the 14 anil ?} o'clock l^oatsia the afternoon.
Passengers from thniN o'clock boat will leave Soraervili
in stages tor Easton and"lor Sehooleyt Mountain oa the ar?
rival of the cars at Sonien ille.
The Horse Car will leave the front of the Uukin H-1-1,
qa irter of an hour previous the departure of each boat
All batrgare at the risk ?l it= owner. ol"
, NJu?\VAyORKANPE RtE'RAIL
ROAD. FALL AHRANGEMENT.
On and niter llie 20th October instant, tfif
* ' " str-nn,boats (Ca\jt. A. H Schulli.) will k\i
the fool of Duane-strtti, New-Ynrk, daily ISandav? ( *?
cented) as follows:
For p.'wsenger-- at 2 P., M.
For freight at 4 P. M.'
Returning the trr.in will leave Go.M.ca as follows -.
H'or pasM'ugeri ;.t 7 A. M.
For freight nl,! ?. ,y.
Usual time between Gosh'ein and New-York fivs fours.
If. C SEYMOUR, Sup't and KoL''r.
l iermont, Oct. 15, 1842. _oVid'
^v^ork to easton,
PA.,-PEOPLKS LINE.?Fare $1 oaly
.Leave pitr No. I, North ri.verat?4 o'clock A.
r>t. dailyj(Suflaays excepted,) by sieambont to Elizabeth
Port; or lenve the fnctof Court la ml I Mrm at 9 o'clock \ W,
bv N. Jersey Railroad to Eliwtbethtown. there connect
the train of can; for Scmerviue,; coaches thence (onlf 54
n.ile?,) amving at Easton at C o'clock, P. M. For sea;> ap?
ply to A. D. Hope, Merchants Hotel. 41 Cottlandtst.
V. b. This route, on account of the short dJstanre bj
cmches, commends itself to the public.
Office removed from 73 to 1) Cortlaudt street.- .^i*8^8,
MTO LET?The lower port of house
131 Varick-strwt?very convenient (or a small farm
iy. Enquire of Mr. Sunderland, I?! Fulton-si. n21 fit*
itp^et^^^bom; Bedroom; Pan
_. try and Closet, suitable for a small family. Viet*
?ion ;r?ven imro?di it?ly. R?-nt $48 till the 1st of"Ma) nrii
li .juireof J. LOCKE, in the r? ar of No. 31 .\im-t a.'la
'FORrSAJLiE. OR; JEXgHAWGE^
The cottage UuiU Hou?e and Stable en north wnt
corner of Fifth avenue and 125th street, with 6 full InO.?
n.-mcnted with t.ees i nl?o a pump near the door; akc?^
m.nutes walk from the Railroad. For further partictiiirf
inouire of J.fc J. W. LKVERIOGE. 145 Cherry-stjU
To I^t, a Store and Basement very advantaged
ly located and well adapted to the above business. F?*^
sinn given immediately. Apply to T. McF.LRATK. 1W
Nassau street. o2St|
MFOR SALE or Exchange lor a
it'"''" Farm? A good Dwelling-Hous? and Garden gmprA
alK?ut20 Lots, in the Twellth Ward of the City ot N"'
York, in the vicinity of the Railroad, the Croton Bes?rr
aiid a Ferry across the East River- Inquire at 77 Grit.
street, west of Broadway. tfSlo
M~TO LET?2 or 3 Workshops, ^
a superior light: rent %37 5f) and *1) till d?",'H/;
Mrty next. Inquire of J.LOCKE, in the rearol f?*
Ann-streeL _ twlc.
MTO LET?Store~a^d~Back R??
suitable and recently occupied for a puWicstino^
couioosiior*'office ?>i a small paper catied the Am?^
Mechanic. Rent $12*? until the 1st of May nexh IwjKtf
Pj im_J. LOCKE, in rear of 31 AJ^.
TO LET?Pleasant apartment? j.
^ ? 414 Broadway, to let as lodging &t>orr,fie**f
board in connection if desired. Inquire on the pWjjE,
ai 122 NasTaa-?r. 21^
g?FOR SALE?A Farm in New ^
chelle,Wertchester County, midway bet*?? 7'
Plains and New RnChelle, formerly owned by WJffJ
loett, containing 150 acres, all arable land, eicqWgfijr
u n acres in woo.L The farm has been laid out w *
K-ni lots, and b in a high state of cultivation. TenW019
wHI be made easy for the purchaser. Apply to . ..
o25 Im_ J. ADRIANCE, 5C JcAnjg-j^L
7J?1JNTRYSEAT AT AlICTjOV
-r Wdl be sold at T. B?rtWf* National,How* "-.
c.ty ot' Hudson, on Friday, the 25lb day ol ^aV^Ziy.
stant, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, in two P3rce*, ^
foreclosure suits in Chancery, a Farm conststfog"
ninety-one acres; one lot consists of alwot J,XIf?aif/??
and the oilier ot from seventy 10 eighty On JjJJJS?
:rre lot there issitnated a tubstantial brick t?n WPlpc
irg house ofalioct forty-five feet square, wttn "^^^?f
<>u.t-building% a weUof good water, kc All ^*Trrte
the very best description and is 1? remarkably **tfnq*'
;'<*r tillage and pasturing, except about i*?v
young growth of pine wood and eight acres 10 ib*^,^
The premises are situated on the ColumbiaTampj
v.tlagtfot Claverack. about three miles from
3 i cdsoo and are a part of the Farm recently ?0 uw gjg
uon of William B. Ludlow, Esq. of Claverack: ^J^ati
dition and quality of th# premises, Dnrcbascrs an
to inspect tor theWlses. G. R- J- BO*S
Assignee of W. B. Ludlow, 4 New ?- N?]^!'^
N. Y. American and Evening Poet will *?<i!it
23th Nov. 03 ^