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Colt's Submarine Battery.?Tins terrible engine of destruction seems to us ono of die most mirked an'l important inventions of the present jav?and destined to do much towards the p re? tention of the horrible calamities of war, for just in proportion as national conllicts become more sard/ sanguinary and exterminating will they be? come of rare occunrnce. By the agency of elec? tricity, it will bt remembered, Mr. Colt is able from ar.y distance to explode his instilment under a vessel and thus send the largest ship careering through the upper clement, certainly not after the most approved style of seamanship. How he proposes to deposit the battery under the vessel, with the requisite security ttnd secrecy, is the un? explained marvel: we find in a communication to the Journal of Commerce the following sug resfioh of two ways in which it may bo done: The first is similar to that employed by Fulton for bis submarine Torpedo. One or more of these ' batteries are to be sunk at the Narrow?, or any I other narrow channel through which a vessel must, pa-; in entering the harbor; if the channel be suf jjcimtly narrow, one battery will stifFice; but if oid.rr, the number must be increased to the Mim btr of rimes the width of the channel exceeds that oftho vessel; the wires from them, properly num? bered or placed, communicate with the shore, where a watch i- to be stationed ready to make the connexion necessary for the explosion the in? fant ti " vessel has placed herself in the ?ituntion lo receive it. The other method that we shall mention, is more certain in its operation,?is susceptible of a wider application, and has the additional recom d&tion of being more novel in its nature: properly attended to, it cannot luil of complete and tri Ufhpbant success. It is as follows : A boat is to be constructed upon the principle of the diving bell or otherwise, with the machinery for its pro? pulsion beneath the surface of the water, in any direction. Till very lately, the want of rtrY fit for rtspiradon, would have effectually prevented the ue of such a boat,? the great degree of secrecy necessary ia all its evolutions forbidding the em fmeht of the usual apparatus connected with diving Ii ?II. for the supply of fresh u'r from above : but thanks to the discoveries in M-i.-nci- that al? most daily permit us to class among thing; cosily performed, those tlmr were once thought impossi? ble, ihc difficulty i. now surmounted by the follow iu; simple means, for tha discovery of which, the woe!; of scie'ice is indebted to Col. Payerne,"?f London. Two chemical substances an? taken down into the boat.?the one, to absorb the car Icnic acid gas as fust as generated by the lungs? thn other) to give out oxygen gas to supply the place of dint c > isurhed. l ite first of those is found in pure potassa, whrch readily absorbs half its own weight of carbonic acid gas,?the other, is the sulphat* of potassa which, when heated, gives out a very large proportion of pore oxygen. With these two simple bodies, C'<'1. Puyerne lately de? scended in a diving hell tu the bed of the Thames, where ha remained for the long and hitherto unat tuincd pwriod of seven hours, cut otV from all communication with the upper air, without ex? periencing any ef the unpleasant effects usually attendant upon such experiments, to tho great surprise of a number of distinguished men of sci? ence, who witnessed his performance without the knowledge of his novel application of a couple of veil known facts in Chemistry. A boat could thus be constructed for sub-marino navigation,?to remain under water, for any desirable time within the limits of twenty-four hours,?to carry the bat? teries to their several points of destination,?there to sink thorn or attach them to the vessel's keel, as the case may be. Li__' j t . ._ , ... _ .,_' jui_i. JS. RED FI ELD, Bookseller aud Sta ? tioner, Clinton Hall, comer of Nassau and Beekman ktpv'.h, lias constantly for sale an assortment of Theological, Classical and Miscellaneous, aud Schoolbook? and Station fry at the lowest cash prices. _je27tf GLAZED HARDWARE PAPER.? 36 by 40 inches, 100 reams; 24 by 51 do., 100 reams; 20 by 30 do., 50 reams. Fine Hanging Paper, 10,000 lbs., 20 inches wide, n superior article. Green Hanging Paper, 6,080 lbs., 20, 31,33,34 and 35 inches wide. 200 gross Bon? net Boards, blue and while. 40,000 lbs. Trunk Boards. 10,000 Binder's Boards. All kinds Paper manufactured at tke shortest notice, and for sale hv nu22tf GAUNT &. DERRlCKSON, 159 South-st. JOHN L. GOURGAS, for many years of the Bazaar, corner of Broadway and Co?rtlaudt-st having lately tilted up at 1 o. 2 .lohu-street, near the corner of Broad way, a small, neat establishment of the kind, with a general assortment of very choice French, English, Ger? man and America'.! Fancy Goods and Perfumery t would he bappy to receive, as opportunity inny offer, a triendly call from his Conner patrons, as also from the public in general aulO tin WATER POWER TO LET?From ou~ to fifty horse power, to let, at West Farms Saw Mill, 11 miles from the city. It is accessible by wa? ter, ami has plenty ol water in the drvest season, inquire at the Mill or of JOHN COPCUTT, 343 Washington treet au!5 if Children's Clothes. BOYS AND CHILDREN'S CLOTH ING, either at wholesale or retail at DOLSON'S new Clothing Store, No. 98 Chatham street, cheap as the cheap? est and as good as the best that can be lound iu any otfier part of the city. je2 3ru* CL?Ti?NGT?? Chatham stre^t-^Per sons in want of good Clothing and wishing to save a little these hard times, would do well to call at WILLIAM DOLSEN'S new Store, No. 98 Chatham street, and exam? ine his stock of ready made Clothing, before purchasing eisen here as be i.s well convinced that they will cot dispute the urice. ie23m* rjlWO SAIL BOATS FOR SALE? JL The Henry Clay and X?eueral Scott, cadi twenty feet in length: bolb last saj'ers?not exci-eded by any boats of their class in tWis city; fitted in superior style and in first rate onler. Can be seen at Bishop & Simonsou's ship yard, loot of Sixthstreel. AppJV to jeSO tf C. M. SIMONSON, 64 Columbia-street ONE PRICE STORE.?It is generally known that some store-keepers ask double the price the article is worth; therefore any person wishing to pur? chase good cheap clothing canrelvon being furnished with anicK M the follawiiig yrlces:?Coats at *12; cloth jack? ets $J.Vi to $5; cloth pants $3 26 to $4 50; satinet pants $175 to $2 5B. .1. COGSWELL. IS34 Chntham-st i y2l Sra CHEAP.?All articles in the Saddle or Coach lino can be had at very reduced prices at the store of the subscriber, consisting ill part of India Rubber Cloth. Wvbb Serge, bog and sheep Skins. Skirtings, Patent Leaibe:, Saddle Trees Humes, Buckels, Bits, Stirups,Raw Hides, Laces Carpeting, Bands, Hubs common and patent Axles, Top Leather,Moulding. Bows, Step Springs, kc. J^SmJ JNO. S. SU MM ERS.tl2 Pearl-sL MG?^T?RDr^enT of the Home ? League Cash Tailoring Establishment, 14 John street offers great inducement to persons as be has on band ? well-selectcd and general assortment of Domestic ainl west or F.ngland Cloths and Cassiuieres, London and French ?Joey Elastic Cassimers, fancy Silk. Cashmere, Shally, CasAiiiet and superfine 8l?rk Satin Yesliogs; Gambroon, white Drill, and Canvass Drill, ail of which will be made t* order, at short notice and in fashionable style. N. n.?Panicular attention paid to cutting, and making, ???I trimming garments, and all wark warranted to bt. Sails furnished in twelve hours. Terms are cash on deliv? ery. a24 2w THE Self-Instructor and Journal of the Universal Lyceum, by Josiah Holbrook, is published numbly at Ore Exchange Lyceum. S4S Broadway, at 50 cents a year, paid in advance. A liberal discount will be o*de to agents who buy by the quantity. Agents of pennv P?pers w?l find it a profisnble work. For sale at Axford's new* room, 163 Bowery. jel u TO THE LOVERS of superior Black Tea!?How qua'? Mixrare 1?This extremely delicious gd unparalleled Tea, so highly ce'.ebiated io China and Karope. just imported, is now for sale at the Canton Tea Lpsnpaiiy's General Te?EstablUhment,121 Cbatlvam-stn'et Ntw-York, in Chinese packag'es price 50 cts and ft] each." jm-31 tf_* TO TRUSTEES of Academies, ~&c! ?An Instructor wishes a situation, who has enjoyed a nog and bigb'y faverable course of experience as a ? eaeber ot the Greek and LatlM Classics Mathematics an? uexogibh branches usually required in Schools of the n-tw grade. Inquire at this otfice. an34 lw* ? BY G?EELEY & McELRATK. VOL. 15. ?O. 119. TO THE WORLirr^ Can we for a moment look upon our wide-spread land, and beheld the fearful amount of suffering and disease that there exists, without a feeling of pain? ful sympathy arising in our hearts ai:compar;ied with the desire of bestowing relief if we possessed the power? No, v,c cannot; the human hcurt goes forth to meet its fellow, and extends to him the hand of sympathy, if nothing; more. This may soothe, but it will not euro. He still feels himself aa object that is loathed,?he still feels himself a cripple : the anguish still lingers around his pil? low. Those nt ail familiar with the history of diseases cannot help being struck vriih the rapid incrcn.se of that peculiar range of discuses arising horn an impure1 stale of the blood, or habit of the system:?diseases of the mucus tissue ; also of the osseous and glandular system, scrofula, cancerous ulcers and obstinate cutaneous eruptions, chronic pore eyes, and disease of the bones. The chief cause of their increase is owing to their being heredit?r,-, running through whole families and spreading destruction Along their path. But for all these ids there h:is a hew medicine dawned upon the world ; and in offering to the public this new preparation, which has for its object the re? lief of suileiing humanity, :i becomes necessarv to state upon what grounds it puts forth its merits und the reasons upon which it founds its superior j claims to the attention of the afflicted, thai r 11 who require its use may fearlessly repose full confidence I in its restorative virtues. Uiit let us introduce cfur ' render more particularly to this now preparation; which hu> already been announced t<* the public under the name of SANDS'S SARSAPARILLA. This medicine is the result of years devoted to laborious chemical experiments iH testing various modes of preparation, enabling them to concen? trate in the mo>t efficient form all the medicinal wilue of the true i>ar.suparilla : and they have at last accomplished this most desirable rciult by mean* of u'r entirely new, ingenious and costly tpparatus. The process throughout is governed liy strictly chemical laws, sy that the essential principles, or the principle on which the restore ivc virtue of the Sarsnpariila depends, is entirely [j eserved. This is then combined with otlter aiii :'.if<, selected wholly from lite vegetable kingdi m, ill of which are the most powerful purifiers u? the .lood, which arc thon concentrated into .?? Huid i \ raci that has bceu found l>v experience to posse** ihc important.power of immediately arresting tin progress of disease and restoring the patient to > ?ri'cet. health. Then fore, those suffering from !;-???-)?-'? arising frsm ah impure stare of the blood ? r hal.it ??(' tho system, such n> ohstinato cuia icous PrtiptioiiS; rheumatism, chronic sore eyes, it discuses arising from an injudicious u*e of mercury, or imprudences in life, have only to use hipreparation, which has all combined that can ie useful in the removal of their complaints. Combined with the other advantages which th< ?reparation possesses, the proprietors have reaped .he experience of a scientific gentleman who re dried many years in dial country which produces he best, in fact the only true, species of Snfsapa iila. The proprietors, during the many years hey ha\e been engaged in preparing it, have tried itindrcds uf experiments upon the human system, nid have had the pleasure of witnessing it's happy ???suits i;i numerous instances ; und they were dc ermirtcd not to offer it to the world until they had lucome thoroughly convinced of its efficacy. They iave now succeeded in preparing a medicine whose restorative virtues are without a parallel in the atstpry of medicine, which fact is fully substan? tiated by tho numerous certiticates and testimo? nials of cures of the most difficult kinds of disease. This medicine has been prepared for the benefit of all suffering mankind, both rich and poor, and to the indigent poor it will be given without money and without price, by their bringing a certificate of their need from the Pastor, the Magistrate or the Alderman of their Ward. And now let the testimony of suffering humanity, who arc gather .| ing around it thick und fast und by whoso inher? ent virtues the lame walk, the lepers are cleansed and the afflicted are healed, bear witness of its merits. Let it stnnd or fall by its own inherent virtues. What it has done once it will do again, and by its _se the world will be relieved of a vast amount of suffering nnd disease. The proprie? tors have made arrangements for spreading iL throughout the whole United States. That all may have it within their reach it is also their in? tention to introduce it into the hospitals, into the alms-houses, and into all the public institutions, wherdysr e/rftghtened reason may be inclined to receive it, which have for their object the suffer? er's relief. And to the American public the pro? prietors would say, let that medicine which is des? tined to bring health and healing on its wings to its thousands and its tens of thousands, receive your favorable consideration?let all philanthro? pists sustain an article which has for its object re? lief to both rich and poor. As long as the medi? cine produces the desired result for which it is administered, and this has been proved again and again?is it not sufficient to all to administer it in caset? where its benign influence may shed re? lief and happiness around the pillow of suffering and pain. The following euro, at once so remarkable, so extraordinary as almost to surpass belief, has, in order to place its truth beyond the reach of suspi? cion or doubt, been sworn to, this 26*th day of Au? gust, 1142, before his Hon Robert H. Morris, Mayor of the city of New-York. New. York, August 23,1042. Gentlemen.?A tale of misery and woe is mine to tell, and as memory ever constant in the task brings back sceuea that have past", I shudder at the picture and almost wonder :t it is so. For months stretched upon a bed of suffering and distress, racked by the most excruciating pain, dumb with agnuv?the only voice that came Crom uiy lips the voice of "reniiing, and my onlv hope despair. Gften and often while others slept in the still hours of night, 1 have turned my lace to the wall and wished to die. Although I stood on the "brink of eternity and the thread of life was nearlv severed, yet I still breathed on. the lamp held out to burn"; 1 little thought it would be ever trimmed again, and onlv hoped that death would swallow up the flame. My sickness was first brought on by my imprudently exposing uivselfto a strong current of airwhile over-heated, which caused a sudden check of perspiration. My vom plaint at first seemed light and hardly worth while to call a physician; but 1 soon began to grow worse, and a physi? cian was called, who prescribed some pills containing a powerful preparatiou oi mercury, to be followed by sarsapa rilla root and lignum vita* made into a tea, which I continu? ed using for several montbs without intermission. Sseon af? ter taking the mercury I began to feel its poisonous intla ence. My whole glandular system became affected, also the bones, joints and inuscles; fnmps formed upon the skin nearly as big as an eg:r nc.compa.ned with intense burning heat, which kept swelling until they broke, and discharge, matter aud blood. These continued to increase until they covered my whole body. But this was ouly the beginning of my atllictions; row commenced those torturing pains termed chionic rheumatism. Atumes it seemed as if t was stretched upon a rack and all my limhs were being torn from eac h other ; al others as if sharp kaive* weie piercing me at every point. The muscles of my legs seemed tied ic knots and were as hard as a hone. My distress was now >o great that my groaus at nig'a disturbed the whole bouse and also some of the families in the adjacent buildings. 1 had not slept a night since the early part of December last: the only sleep 1 obtained was a few hours during the middle of the day pillowed up io a chair, ano the erup?ou hail also fearfully increased. Mv face was completely covered with an extending sore. I had now shrunk to a mere skeleton? the skin and flesh were so diseased around my thighs that the b3nes nearlv protruded, and the physicians pronounced my case beyond the reach of medicine Oh how 1 wished that 1 might die. From my long and protracted illness we had became much reducediu arcumstances. A short time since while looking in the papers, I chanced to see your Sarsapariila advertised, accompanied wilhacertiacate fror. Mr. Burdock, of a most exuaordinary cure made by its use. The case in some respects resembled my own, and I found that lingering hope still clung to life. It seerued like a whisper from heaven. The ?eeoml day after I commenced ?.akin"- it I felt the pain much easier and went to sleep. I had not sleDt like tiiis before for rnonrtu. By the time I had used one bottle, the pain bad nearly lert, the eruption was also much better. I now felt a Strange hope garnering in my breast that 1 should live! perhaps be cured. No; this could not be. I dared not Relieve it. I sent and got another bottle, continuing to improve rapidly, and sail another, and 1-1 a few days since a miserable, suffering, dying man, was almost well. Two weeks from the day I took the am dose I was out. and wrdked nearlv three miles without even the assistance of a cane. And now, gentlemen?yes, now, I am well! and have testified before my God rtpon His sacrt d Word, that all might believe this statement for it is true, true. Oh bow lamely these cold words describe those fear OFFICE NO. 31 ?EW-YOBK, SATURDAY oTC ful nights ofagony, tbo-e dreadful da}\s of suffering. True! Ye?,gentb*men, I herald it to tbe world that all nwy kao-.v what your preparation f fSarapai ilia hn? done h>r me. My heart yearns towards those suffering and afflicted Lkel was, and 1 only Uope this statement will induce ethers to pursue the same coarse for relief. Ever gratefullv ydarfc THOMAS TURNER, 43 Anthony street. City and County of JVh> J'ort, ss: I hereby certiiv that on this26th day ?f August, 1842, the above named Thomas Turner appeared before me, in l!ie Mayor's office, ai d hav ing been dSly sworn, stated that:the abo\-e statement by him subscribed, was-trne. RORT. IJ. .MORRIS, Mayor ot the City ol New-York. I do hereby certify that the above is a <*prrci"( statement ol the c?se of Thomas Turner, and the ertectofyour Sarsae parilbl upon him : bis wife being a member of my congre? gation I have frequently vis-ted thrjH a>.o know the facts to uetrne, " SEYMOUR VAN DEUSEN, Pa-tor of the Mftbodist Episcopal Church, Duar.e-st. We, the andersigned, beir^ neighbors of Tbomas Turner, do hereby certify that the above Is a correct statement of his case and the operation of yonr Sarsap'srilla upon him. WILLIAM LOZEY, Wine Merchant. corner Cbnrch and Leonard-sts. JOEL R. ITKDY, Grocer, corner Franklin and Church sts. ISAAC L COWL, Grocer, 97 Franklin st. Reference is aho made (iranv farther evidence is require;!) to Mr. James brown, ot the house of Urown, Brothers,^ Co., who is 3rqua:nted with the above particulars, in whose employ the above named Tbomas Turner was fora number f years. - The proprietors also 'uhmlt to th?- public the following certificate, from a highly respectable source, of a core made by using their preparation of Sarsaparilla, which can? not but have the effect ol placing beyond all doubt the cura- j tire powers of this medicine: New-York, August 3, " Messrs. Sands?Gentlemen: Under a feeling sense of | gratitude inherent to n's all when suddenly relieved from ?ulfering and di-ease, I now, hs an act of justice due to you, and with a view of relieving the afflicted, make known to tlic world the inestimable benefit I have received from ihe use of jcur Sarsaparilla; In the year 1832 I sailed from England in a vesselhonnd ibr Quebec, and while on the ? ?.i-sage first discovere 1 the disease which afier proved to be a sore affliction; and truly I can say,' from the crown of my bead to the sob- of my foot thTe was no soundness in ?ne.' From the time hVt mentioned down until the pre ??-nt, a period of mr.-re ih?n trn years, 1 have suffered all that bnman nature v.as capable of hearing. I have been under the care of the m^.t distinguished physicians, both in ibis country and in England, visited Rath. Cheltenham, Bristol and Gloucester^ tried various spedhes, among others a large quantity of Swaim'sPanacea, user! sulphur baths, Vc. kc. As a la>t resort I was induced to wrap myself in a tar ointment, keep myself secluded, shunned by all. myself ;i-o shunning. I was induced to believe my case ? cope* i esg one. !ii August last, by the advice ol friends. I went to the IVew-York City Hospital, but wa; tin re told that my case .??as incurable. The di-case now enveloped my whole body,rendering' me Rhnosl helpless; the ?kin thickened qnd cracked, and blood and maucr ran. and lilc ifell be* e-rnv- ahuosl a burden. A few weeks sine I wa* induced t ? \ in Sarsaparilla by bearing it so highly r? eonimcn* ?led, Jtaying?popt near .without obtaining but little el ef. Af er u-ing i: n short time I fomid myself bctt-r, ind now, by using sbt or eight;bottles, costing me less than t? !i dollars,.! am well. Y? s, I certify and declare to the world, that alt>r spending near $3-000 in traveling and ooc ?<>rinir, and suffering more than can be told, i was perfecily ? ureo iiy using your invaluable preparation of Sarsaparilla: and 1 now lecommend it to nil similarly afflicted. Those wishing to know farther particulars will rind aie at mv re? sidence. No:27 Warreri sireet, New-York, where I shall be :,:'Pr.v t" cointiinnicaie any tiling in relation to tbe above cure. PAUL BURDOCK. ITS OWN WORKS PROCLAIM IT.-Let the following speak for itself: "Nfw York. AnL'tisl 10, 1RI2. " Messrs. Sands : Gentlemen?Owing to you a debt which money cannot pay, 1 am induced to make npublicacknow le.'lgcmcnlof the benefit I have derived from your (to me) invaluable preparation of Sarsnparil'a. I was sorely af? flicted with a terrible scrofulous fli.'ease, hereditary in our family, which commenced on oiy neck, and, continuing to spread, soon reached my ears, forming into my head; and extended all over my face, neck, arms, and lower rxti enti? ties. I bccnine a disgusting cbject to look upon. At times uiy distress was so great that I was unable to sleep or lav down, and the disease extending into my ears, seriously ai fcctedniy hearing. My face was one continuous sorr, from e. hi..b a discharge of matter aod water kept constantly oozing out. People avoided me, supposing I had the small pox, or some other infections disease, and I was consequent? ly obliged to relinquish my husiness. Notwithstanding Iliad the best medical ad vice, and tried different p'an-of treat? ment, the disease to grow worse, uotil I gave up in despair. Fortunately forme, I chanced to tail in with u lady on board a railroad car while traveling for my health] who Informed me that her son Was nt one time in as had a condition as I was and that by using yonr Saraapnrilia be was speedily cured. I immediately procured the article and commenced using it. and now, alter having used U-ss than six bottles, 1 am well and able to attend to my business. 1 send veu this statement as an act of justice, only hoping it may induce the afflicted to make use of the right medic ne. and thereby save them much suffering and expense. Those wishing to l'-aro further particulars concerning my case will find nie at ?07 Greenwich street, where it will afford me great pleasure to communicate anything in relation to Ibp above. I am, with gratitude, yours, kc. AMOS DE NM AN. Prepared and sold at wholesale and retail, and for exportation, by A. B. SANDS & Co. Druggists and Chemists, Granite Buildings. 273 Broadway, corner of Chamber-street, New-York. Price $J. ? ?ND SiS S ARS?P?RIL L?^F?r the k!5 Removal and permanent cure or all diseases arising from an imp'jre statt of the rlood. or habit oe system, namely:?Rh kumatism, SclAriCA, Or lumba? GO, ScaorOLA, or KfNG's Evil, obstinate Cutaseous ERUfTIOMS, flMI'les, or pustules on the face. BlI.P?, Blotches, Chronic Sore Eves, Ringworm or Tetter, Scald Head; Enlargement and Pain of Rones and Joists, Stubborn Ulcers, Syphilitic Symptoms, and Diseases ..rising from an injudicious use of Mercury, Ascites, or Dropsy, exposure or imprudence in life.? Also, Chronic Constitutional Disorders will be re moved nv this preparation". Its timely administration has been attended with the happiest resulLs in many anom? alous affections; but It is chiefly intended to fill tbe void which exists between cathartic and aperient medicines, hence its modus operandi is that of all alterative directly;? indirectly, proving a lasting tonic to the system. Diseases of tbe osseous ana glandular system, also of the joints and ligaments, are safely and certainly cured by its use. as the peculiarity of its opera'ion consists in removing the germ or cause of disease, and the health of the pauent Isspeedily re? stored. Sarsapniilla hai enjoyed a high reputation in the treat? ment and cure oCdiseases for many years, but die value of no other article in the Materia Medica, that alone time held so high a rank, has at others been placed so low: the cause of which is chiefly owing to the great variation in tbe man? ner of its preparation, and want of care in selecting the proper article. A distinguished medical writer who resided many years in the section of country' which produces the best quality of Sarsaparilla truly observes, " ot six or ei?lit species of the root which I found growing in the woods, 1 never found but one 10 manifest to tbe taste nny oftne sensi? ble properties of the genuine medical Sarsaparilla, tbe rest being insipid und nearly inert." As die medical profession do not aci as their own Pharmaceutists,but relv on the skill of the Apothecary for preparing and compounding different formula*, it is a matter of ibe ?imo.-t importance that there should be a rorrectstandard preparation of Sarsaparilla, on which the 4 Faculty' and public generally can rely with im? plicit confidence; such is the article now oflere?L It com? bines tbe Utile cum Uulce, and in many instances has given speedy relief and made a perfect cure when the patient was i apparently lost verging to the grave. Tbe proprietors have devoted many years in experimenting nc:l testing various modes of preparation to enable lh?*m to concentrate In the in the most efficient form all the medicinal value of the root, and this most desirable result has been at last triumphantly accomplished by meansiof ah entirely new. ingenious aud osstlv apparatus. The Sar-apariila Is combined with other articles selected wholly Irom the vegetable kingdom, all of which are tkemost powerful purifiers ol the blood; aud these are concentrated into a fluid extract of great power The patient therefore who uses this preparation has all com bined tbat can be useful for tbe removal of his compIainL The numerous objections to different forms in which Sar snparilla has been hererofore prescribed, are well founded: the quantity of sugar contained in the syrup, will in most I instances nauseate and surfeit the stomad?, if a sufficient j dose l>e taken to be of anv li;nefit?the decoction and infn sion being so liable to spoil, combined wi?i the difficulty of preparation.reDder Item both comparatively useless and in? ert : bence the superior value and efficacy ol the article now under com deraUoh Inadditii n to the other advantages of this preparation, it wiil be lou s! exceedingly palatable, so that even to a child it aiay be t ?adf?y administered, and to tbe most delicate per? son it may %?e given, withort offending or disagreeing with the stomach. As tbe addition cf mineral poisons is frequently objected ta, this preparation is guaranteed entirely free fron anything of that nature, leaving it to the judgment of the physician or patient t?* make such additions, and in such quantities as the case mar require. Sands's SaRSAparilla is adapted to all the various cases where tbe medicinal rirtaesrol the root are required, and iu order tp derive the full advantages ut the preparation, it is recommended to pay some ivj-?rd to tbe diet, avoiding salt food, high seasoned meats, and Stimulating drinks and to keep tk? bowels regular. Prepared and sold, at wholesale and retail, and for export? ation/by Abraham B. Sand? A: Co. Druggists and. Chem? ists, 273 Broadway, comer of Chnraters-stret*. New*York. Sold also by A. B. k D. Sands, 7:1 Fultou-street, corner of Gold, and by David Sands k Co. 77 East-Bread way, corner ot Market*? Price $1. P.S. Tbe afflicted poor may be applied gratis, by bring in<?^a~certificate from their pastor or the Alderman of the Ward in wbich tbey reside._au22 Irn HULi7s~TRU8SE8.?Notice to Rup? tured Persons,?Persons afflicted with ruptures may rely upon the best instrumental aid the world arlords, oh application at tbe office. No. 4 Yesey-street. or to either of the acents in the principal towns in the United States. Be careful to examine the hac k pad of Hull's trusses, ta see if they are endorsed by Dr. Hull ia writme. None are genu? ine, or to be relied upon as good, without his signature. Many persons have undertaken to vend imitations of Hull's celebrated trusses, and thousands are imposed upon in consequence. These imitations cannot be relied upon; they are made by poskiiful mechanics, and are ho better than the ordinary trusses. Rooms hive been fitted up at No. 4 Yesey-street, exclu? sively for ladies, having a separate entrance from the busi? ness department, where a female is in constant attendance to a nit upon female patients. aa20Im RIO COFFEE?3000 ba??prime green, for sale bv au8 GRlNNKLL, MINT URN k CO. 78 South-?. 3 ann-street. W i-RMIVG, AUGUST 27, 1842? ANTED?A Partner with $1,000 capital^ esswe in a ha'im'ss which will prolnbly more thrjo d.iu';ie" _-e capital Invested nmre a year i'or years to come. Andres? C at ire Tribune c_;e, with name ami i evidence. ani-5 1? * ANTED.?A Situation as House? keeper, by a lady competent to the entire charge of a ho_o, and to the care aud'edueation Of children. An arrangement might be made with her <or the use of" a supe? rior toned rosewood Piano Forte. For farther particulars please make app;icatior. at her residence, No. 453 Broad? way, entrance to G rand-sin et, or address F. K. at this office. nu2S lw" TX^30!EP?50 eurerprising young men Tt ?American.;?;o go en wnaJing voyages, in first class vessels- To y. ir.g men ot good habits the above is i very desirable opportunity. All clothing and other necrs- ! sary articles iornjst cd on the credit Of the v ?vage. For | turther information apply to WM. LUCKEY it"CO .Ship. pin? Agents, i> 9 Stfuih-stre-'t. up stairs. jy27 lm* 1 OARD.?A family or a few single <rcn 1 tlemen o" good morals can hive board ami spacious rooms in a private family, n very desirable location. 101 East Broadway. Iloa>eand apartments unu-uailv plea' ?antnrid agreeable. uu24 1u* J? C) A It D. HOT E L?R ro wns Mansion *J} II 'use. fie Du^tie street, i.rar Broadway and the Park, New-York.?This splendid hotel and bdardirtg-hbuse,Tale ?M mbattah,1 !:a- ::<>w the bar emirely removed ; the irre? sponsible and dissolute rigidly excluded : all order and pro vision suited to the repose and comforts, of a Christian Minnie;' and redaction unparalleled in charge*?to wit, it} 75 cent? per drr1-; .jl to .*3 per week for lodgings: meals $2.___au.'0Jm BOARDING.?Very desirable Rooms, just vacated, wi'h good board, in a private familv, can be obtained on reasonable terms, hy applying at No LM UmUoii-street. neat>'?:. John's Park. Jy IS tf TO LET, WITH l^ARD.??Tai^c Parlor, <? parate or oiher rooms in connection. The location is central, above Canal-street, and near.Broadway ; the house i- genteel, helgbborttOO I retired and plea-ant? snug winter quarters fur n gentleman and his wife, the for nn-r dining oat and ttte lady willing to diae in a plain fami? ly-dinner line way ; suitable, also, for two ren?emen,with breakfast and ten, and dinner on the Sabbath: Those that need 'u,-h mom *s ?.)' scribed, will please address, with real name, kc , Franklin, at this office. an-1"? tf F?JFsTLE?? 'Cah"andTloTse. ~JtT quireof J, BUSH, corner Horatio and Fourth-sis au2S lm* BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL.? MISSES BROWN, 21 Yarickstreet, comer of Sr. John's Park, will re-open t'ieir Boarding nn.l Day s.-hooi for Yottng Ladies, on Monday 29th inst au25 St* <?;><!. IfsTS.C. REID S D?Tl?IlNG and Day School, No. 1C4 Fourth street, near the Wash ington Parade Ground, n few doors west of McDougal sfreet. will rc-opearou .Monday, 5th September. The pu? pils are requested to hd punctual in attendance, that they may be present at the organization of the c!:s-es. The whole system of education in this institution, is founded or. reasoning and demonstration. All pupils attached to this establishment are instructed in French. Every department if fully sustained by experienced and competent Professors. Reference, by permission, to the following Ladies and Gent] men:? ' New York.?Mrs. John Beekmnn, C*7 Broadwny. Mr=. Daniel W. Garitteyj cornpr of Fourteenth street and 7tb Avenue. Mrs. William YV. Galla'ian, 72Amity street. Mr". T. T. McCnrty. Niblo's, Broadway. Benjamin T. OhdffUonk, D. D., Bishop of the Diocese of New York. Thomas Lyell, Rector of Chri-t Church. Francis L "Hawks; Rector ol St. Thomas' Church. Thomas Dewitt, D. D. 31. M. Noah, Esq.. Joan Knox. D. D., Chas. A. Davis, Esq. John W. Francis,31. O., Charles Davis, Esq., Ii. M. Western, Counsellor, II. Greelrv, Esq. BurraLo. N. If.?General P. B. Porter. Albs.ny, N, V.?Governor William H. Seward. LEXINGTON, Ky.?Honorable Henry Clay, General Jas. Shelby. au25 2m This Dav is Published, Y F. QUARRE; Esq., a new Periodi? cal entitled THE ARTIST? A Monthly Lady's Book. This work will be composed of literary articles by the most eminent American and Foreign authors. The embellishments o* "TheArtist," which will.be more numerous than in any publ'cntion of a similar na ore, nre in an entirely new style; i-stead of being mere engravings in black, they will present the brilliant hues of nature ; the Portraits, Flowers, Landscapes, and Fashions with which it will be ornamented, will be ciolhed in their appropriate colors. " The Artist" will contain colored engravings of ihe latest Paris Fashion-, with minule descriptions of them; and new and well selected pieces ol Music by the most celebrated Composers. Subscription?Three dollars per nnuum, payable iu ad? vance, for which one number will be regularly supplied every month. Subscriptions received at the office of "The Artist," Na. 64 Reade-strcet, near Broadwny, New York. lYotc?The nature of ibis work, and the grent rare with which it will be executed, will compel the proprietor to pub lish only a limited number of copies, and he cannot there? fore, with any certainty, engage to furnish the numbers ol " Tbi Artist," excepting to subscribers. au2r) 3t*^ B1JST?N MISCELLANY, for Septem her. Embellishments?The Dream, on steel; Astor House,do; Mu-ie?Farewell to Nortbmnvcn. Contents? Ti-tose ungrateful BlRigjmses, by N P Willis; A Yarn, by Mary E Hewitt; < n some old English Sonnet-, by VV A Jr:ne?; Burning of the Tower, by George Lunt; \ Mexi- j can Story, by Archalens Oncidentalis; Sommer Evening Melody,by Lewis J Cist; Old Truth's Serenade, written for the Spanish Air ' Buenos Nftcesj MairWd Men. by one who I know thems; A Western Character, by Mrs- Clavers; Plia- i se.s, by W W Story; The Exile's Lament, by Alexander H Everett; Talr< ?i"the Knight of Seven La*ds,bv Professor Ingraham; A Page of Couchology ; Unknown Acquaint ai cej, by Gei^rge OlTlcastle; The Shepherd of King Ad mnus by J It Lowell; The Astor House, N. V.; The D. earner"; Literary Notices, kc. BRADBURY, SOD EN* S: CO., 127 Nassau St., New-Ynrk,and If) School st, Boston, an 25_ _ NEW-YORI^STEAM SAW MILL.? The Subsetilwrji having their New Steam Saw Mill in cemolete ntK*raiion, and alt" on hand a full assortment ol White Pine, White Oak, Georgii Pir.e, and Hemlock Ti-n ber.of the brst qualify, are prepared to furnish all orders with which they may be htvored on very reasonable terms and short notice, viz:? WHITE PINE TIMBER Ibythe raft or single log, or WHITE OAK TIMBER In cribs or single logs, or saw ed to order, for keel pieces, mill shafts, kc.; wale stufT and plank of all sizes; ma twed to order into ?leck pinnk. bridge and scow plank, gutter s icks, bnlus chinists' dimension stuff.ttrjdes, an<l buililiwg limber bridgetimber, kingar.d queen|of every description, pists, header .stid trimmerj oeams, dock fenders, kc. GEORGIA PINE TIMBER in Logs for topmasts; or HEMLOCK TIMBER sawed into plank, rails, cr> in logs, or sawed into rang lumns and girders, enjrinejing n?d cross timber, ami frames, and every other des-1 for all other u?es requiring a c: iptioii that may "be required. I low-priced nrticie. Public Contractors, Bridge BciIdrr?,Maruf.icturing Com? panies, Shippers, and othen. requiring large orders, may depend upon (raving them executed at the shortest not'ee. N. B.?We have also in operation two superior Circular Siws for making long or short small sized staffs?such as pales, blind lath, oakum slats, wedges, rocket rods. kr.: or saws let by the hour to persons furnishing their own timber for rip sawing or cross-cuttirig. To ail those interested in the above we iuvite to Call and examine for tltemselvesat the Mill, foot or Fourteenth street, North river. COLYER k DUG ARD. N. B.?Mr. Wm. A. Palmer is now fitting up a complete Turning Establishment with steam power to execute ever;' description of turning at a great saving from former prices, thus affording to htnklers and others faaibties for obtaining materials excelled by no other establishment in the country-. George Colter,") New-York Steam Saw Mill, Thomas Dugard. ) foot of 14tli-sL, N. River. auG lm* "TRELAZ & BARRAUD^^ontaJgic or Balsamic Elixir for preserving the gums ai.d leeth. This invaluable dentifrice is now offered to the pub? lic as possessing the properties of strengthening the spongy gums, cleaning the month and whitening the teeth, refresh? ing tha palate and taking away all unpleasant taste or odor in the month, arising from a deranged state cf the stomach, smoking or from decayed teeth. Inaword.it is beyond the necossiiy ot a puti. Make a trial ?f a bottle and it will speak for itself. N. B. Each bettle bearing the directions on tie label. Sold by Messrs. Soaiilard k. Dellnc, 5G1 Broadway and 2 Park-raw; Mr.II King k Co.45l Broadwav eorn-r Grand; Mr. Mllhau 133 Broadway ; Messrs. Guion. 173 Broadway corner Courtland, and Messers Rc-htou k Aspinwail. 110 Broadwav, 86 Williata and 10 Aai/ir House._au!6 lmT L"~AND AND AGENCY OFFICE.?A. Alfonso Nicholson, (successor to Isaac L. Kibe, de- j ceased.) No. 20 Cliambers ?treet, New-York. < j PENStoNs.?Soldiers of the Revolution wlro served six ; months, (Army and Navy,) regulars, militia, volunteers, or drafted, or their wioa*ii^not-.vilh;t2Edii:g a sccocd mar- , riaee. are entitled to pensions. Widows of Revolutionary officers and soldiers, who were ! married after the peace, but previous io the 1st January, j 1794, are entitled to five years' pensions from the 4th of | Marrh, 1336. Bounty Land obtained and T'tles perfected for Soldiers ' of rbeRrvolurinn ami late War, their widow* or beirs. Lands in niisot-. Arkansas. Misbouri, Michigan, and all the State?, bought and sold, or exchanged. Taxes Paid, Lands Redemed from tax sale, Titles inves? tigated. Deeds Kecerded, Military Patents Purchased, kc Business transacted with the Departments at Washington, or in any part of the United Slates, Texas. West Indies, Engla?d, Ireland. Scotland, or the British Provinces. Ali letters must be post-pa;d. [D* No charge made unless the applicant is benefited. au24 Iw??W* IMPROVED Patent Tailors' Shears, Trimmers ami Points?Also Banters' Shears, and Hsir Dresser^ Scissors, for sale at the mmafacrareT-s agents, 81 John street, (formerly ai the signof the Gckien Spears, Fal ?n st-> aulO !ro* ADDER.?20 casks prime Ombr sale by GR1XNELL, MINT?BN k. CO-7t South-si FOUR DOLLARS A YEAR. WHOLE NO. 431 LIST OF DIVIDENDS on the Capital Slock o! ihe Firemeir*S Insurance Company, de I ciared hy the Trustees of the Hope Insurance Company Aprd 17.1333, which may be received by any person or ; penm.? iJu.y ki&& bred by inppryttg to ISAAC A. JOHN? ! SON, Esc.., No. SU Nassau street. ; Cha.-'es Ames.$5C6? Jobii W Hay lor. 15 30 DaVtd Adams. 6 SojPetef H?n?ion.20 +> E?zatx-th Arei.34 vO. Joseph L Hoyt. 15 30 Neuemtab Allen.50 SOpSeorge Hunter sen_3n ?o James Ange.vine.61 20i John Johnson..1?J3 SO Robert Crown.so 60 Alex <* Jackson.6-1 60 John Barker.3n 60 John King_. Sntfn John Bishop.31 en John Lewis.3100 Jacob V ? rower. 13 60|Thos4c Geo*Lovett_S4 ?0 John BmwPf.StuM K'i7.a Lincoln.?fi7o | Jacob J Brinckerhor:.. 61 Ji,Rebecca II Lathrop.. 42 Peter Brnvri;.?. .170 POjJaseph Llnvd.... ??? ?.. 3100 James Bloodgood.'A JohnMarsLill.SO 60 Oliver P.arrett. Mi? Tiste Marius_ n <yt Isi-jfl Bedel!.So 60'James A Melvin.JO 20 Jones Bo wen. 30 60! Andrew Murray.S5 7t> Edmund BrownneV... l53n|Samc**l Montgomery;.' So60 Mr.-. Phillis Ornwley... 79<*.ijJohn Milde.berger.'... 50''0 JosephClemeoc..'.._ 30 6"! Daniel Mersereau.Siv70 Icbakod Cratg. 17 001John McKle.SO 60 M?ses Coddington.10 SUjJobn Munspn.so 60 Philip Chipp. 42 501 Samuel Noe.SO 60 George Corwin. 17 OOj Charles Osboru.St 00 John Curtis. 30 60 James Pow'es.do ft) .1 ?mes Corwin.SO OOfHayes Penndl. 17 00 Robert P O'Douahoo.. L760lJoltn Powell. 17 0?? James C Dnane.S4 00 Br-nnrd Rap. Ive.7Hn David Dunham.66 3o, Mary Rose_"-. 6 80 John Dow ties. 66301 Ah'tbody Ruhet.31 no Berjimiii Disobry..... S4 no'J ?hn Rataoan.til go John Dougherty.". 1700!Simeon SkiUin.SOfiO Thomas Durrv. 6 Fn'Francis Sexton. is 7c Asa Eastwood". 30 6u;Robert Steel.137 7t' Rebecca Earie. 5 IOlJames Stevenson. 25 7tN Mhrmnduke Bade. 5 lofJolin Stanton.Sit 6" Benjamin Freeman...'. 15 Snj George C Schrteppel.. 61 .0 , Forshee v Allinson_ 30 601 Robert Stewart. a 50 j Peter Field Jr.31 00] Alfred! Stadder.?60 Moses Frjzyer.30(0) Ann Tndd. 30 60 Frederick Garner.122401 Nathaniel Thorn.1?. 70 John Grayson.3<> 6o Mattlna? Valentine.... S570 David Griffen. 3570 Elijah Warner.6?. 3> Mad'm Eulalie GaSriel ? lo' Aleica-ider Wiley. 10 James Gibson.155 ooi Margaret Westervelt... 30 60 John Gratr. 35 70! David Wilson.30 6" John Hmnes.3110 Isaac Williams.3n 6o Nancy Habersbaw.?s 9u: Wditam II Wetmoie... 3 40 Dorotliv liodgkiibon.. 3 4C|Nvah Wetmore.Sogo anSB3W Office or Jefferson Ins Company. ( New-York, Aug. 1.1342. \ THE HOARD OF DIRECTORS of this Institution have this day declared a Serai-Aa nu,d Dividend of seven per cent.,payable to the Stockhold? ers or their iegn! representatives on and alter the 10th but Tear.sfer books closed tromtidi to Pfli hist, iclnsive. au2 Int_GEO. T. HOPE, Seer- tary. TO^EWCASTLE WALLSEND COAL 1* ?The subscribers are now uiscbarging a cargo of vjery superior quality Walkend Newcastle Coal, of large size, selected expressly for family use. As the present prices are extremely low, ren?utners would do we!! to cure their winter's supply. The above will be sold in iots to "uit purchasers, at the lowest market prices. THOMAS TROS1.0W St SONS, 223 Cherry st and 170 Mulberry st. Also, Peach Orchard, Schuylkill. Lehigb, Lucka wanna, Liverpool, and Virginia Coats of the best qnality. frsm the yards and boats, at the lowest market prices. h24 Iw ?~10AL, COAL? ?4 50 to $5 50?Peach \. i Orchard Coal at the nliove low prices, from the boats, in ccxvl nrrtrr. Conloi'ftU wtis and deseriptious, for family or -niiitfs use from the yard, corner of IIu>t?on and Amos street*. J.TERBELL. Orders lelt at the yard or thrcngh the Post-Office punc? tually attended to. Coal sent fn good order, cash receivf ii, th^ account closed. No fuss made ; Weigher's Certificate, L c 5tc. j>'20 3iu V^i O \ L, COA L, COAL.?Best Peach Or \_y chard Red Ash Coal?Lump, Broken and Nutsizes.? The undersigned is authorised to take orders for this cele brated Coal, at the very' lowest prices, either by the eargn or ton, delivered Iror.s the barges free of cartage in any pan ot this city or Brooklyn. Also Gray Ash ScbuylkiU, Lehigb and Lackawana Coal. P.S. American Bituwiinntis Coal, for tbv trrnte, eijual to best Liverpool. Be?t Virginia Coal, lor bincksmitlr> use, nt tbo ?ery lowest price. JOSEPH P. SIMPSON, Otfce No, 113 Nassau-street. N. B. Oilers for one ton will receive the same attention as those for n larger quanity. roylStl VA 9^?V?\L~ COAL?Froin"the >) vessel, best quality Peach Orchard Reit Ash Coal Iresli from the mines, at the following low prices Egg and Broken.$-5 50 Stove, large.h 00 Nut.4 50 df able screened and delivered any part of the city, weighed hy r. city weigher. Yi/d corner Christopher and Green wieh street*. . JAS. FERGUSON N B?1000 tons Pea and Dust cheap. a2P tl OAL, COAL?$4 -Nut size, from boat, or cart?Red Ash, Gray Ash, egg, hmkea, and stove sir.es, equally low. Boats constantly discharging. Liver poo! and Virginia Coal constantly on hand. RUlTtf J. TERRELL, corner Hudson und AmOf-AtK ? AR AT?G A PA VI LIO N FOUNT AIN. k * ?The subscribers are almost daily receiving supplies ol this celebrated mineral water, which they are selling for the pre sent at very reduced prices for shipping or family i>.', and will deliver to anv part of the city tree of expense. GASSNER L YOUNG, 132 Chatbanf-st. w!io have also on band a superior nssor.menl ol Freslj Teas, Ri fined and drown Sugars, Cofl'ees, Sauces, Fruits. Segars, nes, Oil. Candles, &c, at the lowest market pr.ces. 5alm BIM TAX MA WARE?We have now on hand a full assortment of the above ware, havine b< en enabled to keep our mnnufactoiy In full b!a?t durinjs tfie preSSOrC- In times like these, when men and china ware are liable to break, people are learning ro be economi? cal: hence the increased demand for articles of Britannia Wire. Our assortment consists in part of pitchers, plain and covered, from one pint to -ix quarts; cotree and lea urns, from two quart* to four gallons; candlesticks, datnnd tall; lamps, n great variety, with round and flat tubes, for burning od, gas and lard : c.a-birs, plain and revolving; co - fee and tea sets, a large assortment; molasses eup?, tum h'.Ts, mug-, ?aup Indies, nnrsing-bottles', lather boxes, table and tea spoons, spittoons, kc. Drxon'S celebrateil Tea Ware, latest patterns. A!v>, Dix on's Gf rnian Silver Spoons, ladles, Forks. Aic, warranted not to turn yellow. For sale, wholesale and retail, at the old stand. 6 Burling SI-. by (aulS 2w*) BO A RDM AN k. HART. ^NTANGIiED AC?30?NTS^Th?maa _f_i Jones. Accountant, 183 Broadway, opposite John-t^ undertakes U) arrange and adjust accounts ol every dpscrip* lion. To those who have not been able to devise a simple and easy method of conducting this department, the adver ?ser, with the confidence derived Irom much ej^H'ru^ico:, rc.spertfully offers his assistance in suggesting sucii forms of ai count books as are best adapted to any particular routine of business. In complicated partnership affairs or cor.thsed ami neglected accounts he pledges hiicself lo effect in all cases an equilalde and indisputable adjustment. Published and for sale by the author as above, "Jones's Principle and Practice of Boekkeeping," which is already thr text hook in the leading Academic instil utions of ibis country, and the only American work on the subject that has been printed in Esgland. Price $1 5* myUitf Q IL V E R W A RE.?Win. Thomson, No. kj 129 William-street, continues to manufacture Silver Ware ol the he^t drscription and of the latest patterns.? Pi esentarion Vases', Pitchers; Waiters, Tea and Coffee Ser? vices, Ctke ami Fruil B.iskets and Children's Mugs, richly cha?ed and appropriately designed. Also, Dessert Fruit KntT<*s and Forks, silver blades; Forks and Spo wis.kinsi-ihreaiied nnd pluin-tbreaded pattern-. Prize Medab ofvariods patterns, salted for prizes ot Flo rionitUTaK Horticultural and Agriculiural Societies. Orders by letter punctually aiiemled to. The whole, of these articles are manufactured on die pre? mises of sterling silver, ami no care or expense is spared in the beauty ot the workmanship. N. B. Drawings and estimates of articles for presentation w ill he famished in answer to an application. j>25 3m Crbton Water. TO ENGINEERS, Manufacturers and Others.? Wtided wrought Iron Tubes, (or Steam, Wa? ter, Gas. A.c. from 1 to3 inches diameter ami in length* from 4 inches lo 12 feet, capable of sustaining an internal pressure of from 1,000 to 10,000 lbs per square rch? tr.ge ther with fittings of every description, sucn as E bows, T's, Reducing Sockels, Cocks, he, to which the Tubes are joined by Screws, and by means of which they n ay be put together with the greatest facility by aiiy ordinary workman. The great strength and durability of thesv tubes as com? pared with Copper or other material and tb^ir economy renJer them soperinr to all others for any of the purposes at>ove mendoiieth For sale by jyCS tf_WALWOftTIT k. N.ASON, 36 Ann-st A YD EN'S Premium Pens.?A Silver Medal was awarded J. Haydeii forbhi " very supe? rior Pen/." by the Am?;ncan Institute at it- last Fair. The Government have given them the Preference, awl (be best aecouniants and m:;ny of the public institutions will use no other Pens. They have justly obtained the highest rspuui tioo.Mnd are not snrpassed ifequaled by any in the country. The trade are SMppfjed at the Manufacturer's prices by the agents J. it p. HAYDEN, 5 Plart-street. .AgcnUako tor Stiilman's Schwl and Counting-bons<- Ink Stands. _rov9 tf K~N^lPP'S"Cheap Fishmg-Tackle and Gun Store, 50 Houston -treet, between Cannon and Lewis -treet. near tlie Wiltiamsbnrgb Ferry. Manufacturer and dealer m jointed poles, hnelh, hor.ks, lines, floats, siak ers, leaders- tc., 30 per cent less than elsewhere. Jast rc sctjeriorlot of Reed Poles,fresh cut, by tlie sm?le one or by the hnndred, cheap. Guns, pistols, and fishing apparatus repaired, ?tered or made at reduced prices.? Powder, bail, and shot. On band", several bamboo poles, 4 joints, hollow butt, only $4 each- _ao23 2m MORISON'S Hyg;eian Medicines.? NOTICE.?Whereas, A. A. Samancs,of 94 Broa/1 ! wav. New-York, is making an improper use of Messrs. j Alcrison i. Co.'s appointment for the ?aleof their Medt. ? ctw s. This is. therefore, to inform the public that Mr. i Saraanas is "not authorized to sell 4 MOR180N*S PILLS ' in New-York. and that Mews. Sforrisens' only Agents in New-York am Messrs. FIRTH Sl HALL, of No. 1 Frank I tin sooare, irom whom alooe tbe Medicines can he bad genii a'.- (S'gn'di MORISON Ct? j De?.?-' " ' f.;n?/e 'Of :!~r?tb, .NVw' Read, L?e?: -n, 1 Jnze l?lh, 1S42. jyO tl DRESS BOOTS?Latest French style Tb?? sxtbscriber reeoectfnily invites the ctuxcos of New- York, ?od stntnjrerjsr skir s the eky. to rail at I 14 "Fol-: torxreet. and examine a ?arge nxsortmert of Dreis Boots runde in tbe latest Spring f a-hton, and of the fines. French Calf-Skia. G< ner seven deikr? and a hilf, a-id as tbe ardcrsiguea mmvui?? ing o: tf-e feet and keops tas? (or each custome?, h<j carr k> sare an ecsy yet handsome fit. Cxmstantoron hand, Fashionable Boots, ke.,at"tbefbllow hog reduced prices: Seai-Shin Boots.from je So ;o.$ff 75 Calf u " . " 4 00 to ?5 UO Rai: Boots... .5 0? G.iitrrs.?.2 25 Shoes.jo'm 1 5ato 2 W Pomps and Slipper ?'. kf- kc. prortfUiorrably Low. Terms Cash on Dei.very. J OHN L. WATK.1 NS, cvl? 114 Fn.'on's:. between Nassau and Dutck * t\f!NED SUGAR at Reduced Prices. IVThe subscriberofiVr their standard quality double rt~' fined Sugar, narked In boxes of ab nt SM poundsDouble Loaf Sugar, ltibarrei? " 2<*> - Crushed Su ear. In barrels " -5*? ?? Ground Lo?f Sugar, at the fo;!u^ iuc: reduced prices In quantities of l Double Loaf Sugar. lOr. cash, rive packages' Crushed Sugar, KV. cadi, and upwards,? Ground l/>afSngar. |ek*. cash. Any number less than rive packagea,otie halt cent advance on the above rates. They a Iso offer Cor saie their usual variety of Reaued Su Ltfr and Sugar Hou^e Molasses, at reduced price*. The above Sugars are ail refined without the use clay or blood, and .ire of liner flava .'than where blood is us?d. R, L. k A. STUART. 285 Greenwich ?t. aulOtf corner Chambers st. RE fi N e i) S i < IA K "at" Reduced" Prices". - The subscribers offer their Standard Quality double. , Refined Sugar, packed I In lsoxe> containing al>out 800 pound* Loot Sugar In barrels do do -TV) ?' Crushed do In do do do 250 u Powdered do At the.following reduced rales: \nr number bfl Loaf_10 cents Cash or IfHcts. ! mos. c Packages net SCrushed. 10cents do or 10J " " (essthan5. S Pnwd'J.lO} cents do or 11 " " Anv number of) Loaf and Crushed, 1C1 cehtx, f ('ash on Puckagesless S . than 5. } P*wdered. 11 cents, ( Delivery. All or.lcs-s pnnctuallv attended to. New-York, Au?'. 1, 1312. New-York Patent Sugar Refinerv, WOOLSEY At WOOLSEY. Offices 8'.) Wall street, and at Use Refinery cornerof South ' anjd Montgomery street! " au9 1<? BR:OOKtYNr S?LTr WATER'WARM AND COLD BATHS?Fclton F?rky?Now open for the season. Geutlerhen and Ladies can have warm salt water Baths at all Iwurs. from > O'clock A. M. until I0 P. M. Ladies will !> ive the exclusive ?t*e of the swimming ha'h on Tuesdays, rind Fridays; until 0 P. M. None will Ise admitted after ? P. M.. that thehath may be at liberty tor genticmni at 6 F. M. Gentlemen admitted at all other times. Warm, Cold and Tepid Shower Bathstor ladies and gen? tlemen, at dl tin.es. Salt Wntrr warm bathing is higblv recommended for cu i Mieous diseases, rheumatism, kc. There has recently been added a superior Medicated Vapor Bath, which will be ready at all t.mes I I'Harm Bath, 2.? cents; 5 tickets, $1. Cold water "nth. '21 cents: 10 tickets $1. Vapor hath. 50 cents. auin Im* EDWARD GRAY. T\\iL<JrTe:iI?nc~of the greatest 4. discoveries ever made in the art of <'utring.-J ABEZ p sVIS has discovered die true principle in the Bnlrmcing rp.l Drafting of Coats? which principle I have no doubt has b-. n more studied than any other science, for nil other sei t ii es hav? bedli confined to hut tew compared with the ? tsaitds of Uir trade that have turned their attention to discover this point, both here and in Europe tor this hlty yenrs. It is an entirely original and self-varvin-r system. ?i>tiling complicated, no matter in whit position die parson -i.? ids. When you draft the Cont, it works out even- point peifectly correct. Thi? system has been thnn ughly attest "dby a,number of the trade for eighteen months in New? York. Any of the tnidc wftttlng to obtain e ?f?od rule for Drafting Coats, with an original imprbeeme it on Ve&ts, and cither u-t!ul instructions .u the general at t of C it'ing, are solicited to call at tSQ Fulton st. New-York .where ihey will reveive every attention. JABKZ DAVIS, aull) 1m IVTOTICE TO CONSIJMERS OF II JENNINGS' PATENT LIQUID OAS ?As ano the." person has beeji employed in tbe place of ihr former to deliver Gas in the "old black wagon wp.h JenalngVs P tent Liquid Gas and Lamp." in gilt letter* on the sides, (and no other Ls employed ny the subscriber,) customers th >t have not been served regular with the Gas will please leave their orders at either of the subscriber's stores,547 prr.adway,24J Bowery .30 Ciiy Hall PlRce, or through the City Despatch Post, and it shall be promptly attended to. [Tliose in want ol the original nod genuine article, will find i* for their interest to purchase, jjroa the original establiah pient, nnd avoid the deception of those p*'r.sons who have no right to soil the Patent Liquid Gas, but who arc selling it un ter fictitious names, as Camphorated Gas, Composition Burning Fluid, or F therial Oil N. B. The public are hereby cautionedaga'nst purchasing recipes purporting to be for making Jennings's Patent Lf atda Gas as such recipes are wnrlhlevs. LEWIS JENNINGS, au2S 5t* Sole Proprietor in this City and Brooklyn. BR?lVN'S BOWLING~SALO?N? Masonic Hall. Broadway.?In introducing this ettab Iis! meut to the notice of gentlemen, tbe proprietor would ( call attention to it as possessing advantages superior to any thing ever yet produced in the world, and where can be found recreation unassociated with vulgarity or objectiona? ble society. It has been the aim of the proprietor, in adapt? ing thLs superb hall to the purposes of nthletic exercise, to b oiish, by strict prohilory regulations, all deviations front' ??od propriety; to insure this, he has been careful In his selection of assistants, and particularly those charged wit its 'renernl supervhhto. To st rang ei a visiting the city, and also citizens desirous ofntnusement and invigorating exercise during Ihelr ab seuce from hnsiuess, thin Hall baa attract ions of a high order, ipviting by the eelighllul coolness consequent upon Its size and perfect ventilation and the ordVr and decorum prevail? ing, from strict discipline among its altendnnts. y. B ?In this Saloon will he found six alleys, thereby H^fttifjHr* tl'e u,aH' '''Mention so milch an objection.jy93m / 1ATSKILL MOUNTAIN llOUSEVat \_j the Pine Orchard?1842.?'Phis romantic nnd fasbiona bh resort will s>e conducted during the present season on der lh<- direction and sunerinterid?nce of the subscriber. It has undergone a complete and thorough repair, and is now open for the reception of visitors. No effort will be spared to maintain the devrvedfy high character which ilhas here? tofore sustained. As heretofore, its tables will be furnished with eveiy' dtlicncy that tbe New-York market can afford; aod 'every possible aib nlion that can promote the conven? ience and enjoyment of its patr-ius will be. promptly be stowed. The r?ad leading to this establishment anil espe. ci.lly that part of it on the mountain, has been rendered perfectly smooth and safe. Messrs. A. F. Beach k Co's. excellent line of stages will run a- heretofore regularly between the Landing and the untain House, on tbearrival of the boats. i-M3m 0. L. BEACH Proprietor. Yxk Win eT fu r n \tv r e.^FMism Vy will find it to their interest to call st No. 'JO Catherine street;where may be fonnd.'on diesecorul floor, an exten? sive assortment ol splendid Cabinet Furniture;of the;newest nil I most approved patterns, and which will he sold at prices below what furniture of the same qjaltty can be bought for at auction. The advantage here orlered in buy? ing of the regular manufactory nt auction prices must b,e indent. Iftinir and long experience in the busfni'ss are any advantage in manufacturing good and ornamental ware, tin-subscriber feels confident in saying that any who may call at No. 20 Catherine-street and nif.ke their selection, ?hall have full and ample satisfaction, both as t > price and q ditv. in the arlioles purchased. S. FANNING je233m T IS A MATTER of uo small considera? tion to find a medicine (at this season of the year) whioh, it administered in season, will prove an effectual remedy in the summer complaint of children, and of ?fiarrhrea, dysen? tery, cholrra morbus, kc. of adults. The BLACKBERRY PANACEA is a medicine ol this description, havuig been tried in a number of cases with complete success. The bhokberry has long l>een held in high estimation a? u valua? ble auxiliary in the treatment of the above complaints, and th's, combined with other well known vegetable agents in the form of the above Panaeea,con?tiiules, all that is requisite for a speedy and permanent cure. For > sale A. B. TRIP LKIt, Oroggisf. corner Fulton and Water sutet; also at G. CfllLTPN' 80j Canal street. a'u23 lm* ?T\ISEASES OF TOE~EYEPRrK. \\J DIOSSY, Ophthalmic Surgeon, No, 2f>7 Broadway, entrance in Fulton-street, opposite St Paul's Church, al? ternd to Disease? of the Eye, and all the necessary opera? tions iberebh. Office hours from 9 to 9 o'clock Having completed his studies ol five years widi Dr. Ediotr, Ocu? list, and been subsequently engaged as his assistant, R.' K. Diessy is enabled to undertake the treatment ?l ell diseases affecting the organs of vision. Terms moderate and giadti ated to the nature and extent of the disease. Permission is given to refer to bis Inle instructor, ami also to *ome uf the most eminent Professors of the Medical Fac? ulty in New-York. N. B.?The poor treated gratuitously. auI9 Im* PATENT CHEMICAL OIL lam PB, CHEMICAL OIL, BURNING FLUI?.-The sub icrilier would invite the attentioa af the public to his stock of4 G.1EENOUGIPS PATENT LAM PS,' which from their beauty and superior qualities, are destined to supersede all otkers aow in use. The oil wide** is burned in thero is a iieniical preparatioti, very clean in its properties, and gjves Lrnry brilliant and economical light- Tlie Burning Fluid <> a portable light, free from all smoke, smell er grease, and Rrill neither sod nor stain- Common Limps crm be altered .t a triding expense to burn the-Unid. Th*- subscriber is kindly permitted y> refer to seme of ?ur most reipectable ftaillei, who are now atiug the article. J. C. HOOKJiR, 456 Broadway, F. B.?There if no danger of explosion in either ore ?f e.e artre!t?s- o21 tf THE Rev. Dr. E. D. Rarrv and Mr. Ru FUS LOCKWOOD'S Collegiate" School, No. -til fJroadway. nr-nr Canal street, will open on Monday, tbe 25th inst. The cubical Department is under the immedi? ate rare of Dr. Barn'. TLe English Department is ander the supervision of Mr. Lock wood, assisted by ? ???, a teacher of matbemaiici. Mr. A. Pestiaux, a protessorof rj e Fr-ncb language, will have charge of tiie French de? partment. Those pap-nts desirous of placing ibeirsons in a seminar/, in which the classical and commercial brauche* ara tlioroughly and radically taught, irr- re-p'C'f'j?v irrvited to Scan at the book store of Mr. Roe Lockwocd, HI Broadway, ir the rooms over the store, or at 19 Howard ?ireet.at wham puces cards containing tenas of admission, r"aY. ?* nined. Mr. Lockwood would recei??e hovsintohti family to board. Tbe strictest regard wi.'I be P*"I to their comfort, and to their moral and lirrrary imnrrtveTnent. aa22 Im_? _ JOHN WARWICK, Sweep Smelter and Refiner in. general, No. street, Nw:Yoric. Purchaser ofJew^lert and Silversmith-* Polwbiitgs. Pu auicmgs, Lemelis. Parting Ban, Coarse Wm R*^>ljfce' GU: and Piated M?ul-.-B-l0kbi?o?r'?. R^tys. ks. srr?a W FURNITURE TO HIRE?-Or For fSale?A number of articles of new C^inet Furniture can be ?'ad Bt 408 Washington street The person anting iain oorcfaase at any time, and have the atnoontfce has paid dedScted. .