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GO" Mr. J<>hn Harrison an old and wealthy
reddest at Orange. New Jersey, recently commit?
ted suicid?- by cutting the arteries of one of his
arms with a razoi, and thu? bleeding himselt to
death. He ?>> between sixty and seventy years
of of age.
KT" The Manageruf the Valley Anthracite Fur
Dice, at Potttrtille, Pa. after absttacting $3 000
from the Miner*. Bank, by means csf a draft on
this city, has decamped.
Z3* A correspondent of the Herald says that
the splendid United States Hotel at Saratoga was
burned on Sunday morning. We do not believe it.
CP A heavy fire occurred at Niagara on ii> 2d.
The total los? probably exceeds ?30,C00.
HH'Hit" DIARY.Dec 16
.?ir?.uoaC?i?t -N<>'. J34 137 Hi. 1?. "O 11,40.
l-.i. bT eO.ll.J67 1C9. 170. 171.178, 173. 17?, 17.3. 17o.
178, I71>, lr<>, 181,183, IS? Irl 185.
Reported for the N-w-York Tribune.
\Vcone!oay, Dec. 15
Id the Sape'idr Court an action wax brought by Gil?
bert Allen aad Samuel C. fax-on, owners of t'ie brig
Washington'? Barre, ucaiu-t Chirle? Marshalland Joaa.
G.odliuc Sc. Co , owii-:-? of the packet rbij> Cambridge, to
recover $350, being amount of dam.ge tiKtaiued in cou
.cquencr. 01 the latter running foul of the brig in the har
lor ofNew-York, on the Slat of December laaL The
b |i wj- in tow r f a steamboat, aud the Wellington's
Bt'ge put mit from Peck Slip for the purpose of anchor?
ing im t.ie stream. It was ahowu that the the brig had not
sufficient sail I n !?< .-iTi'lrr her manageable, end the jury
found for defendants.
la tho same Court, Charles Barrall, Jr. brought an ac?
tion ag-tins! Corncliit! G. Van Rensselaoi to r<?.ovcr tho
amount of a cote given in leW, and discounted at the
Westche ;er County Bank, but protested for non-pay?
ment and a d by the Sank. It was sub-cogently taken up
by a gentleman uamedScd^wick, at th? rcqncst.ua he
?aye, of the makers, and transferred to plainutf. Tue de?
fend iLts put in a ploa that the uotu bad been takeu up on
til' ir beliall uy Mr. S dgwick, and is theje paid mid loid'
the jarj . however, found for plniniift in ?1 illtj 11, being
principal end inlcrctt for the note.
COURT Of SESSIONS.
WkdnljDay, Dec. 15.
Beforo the Recorder. Judsc Lynch um! Aldermen Furdy
Richard Wbitukcr was tu d .or an assault and battery
on Juhu O'Connor, of 410 Broadway, on tho 7ih of July
sat- The testimony -bowed that O'Conucr s'rui.k the
Srst blow when he wus drunk, Tho jury found White
not guilty, end the Court ordered O'Conner to pay the
On motion of W. Jay Haskell, En. , Richard O. David?
son, E?q , late ."Solicitor General of the Ocmulgee District
in Georgia, was admitted to practice as a counsellor of
George Bcnrick, Jr., Richard Burns ar.d William
Dowlbs. Jr. indicted for ussuiilt-, and bittery, and Nich
s us Willoeghbj l-rciudiy to abimala, severally failing
to appe r aud answer, their recognizances were forfeited.
Tata! rca EvbtziLtMtNT ?Ldaard Shew was put
upon hi. trial on an iadicUUeut f. r tiub< zzi. uicnt, charged
?itn ha.ing embezzled the moneys and property tf Ed
wm Schexcfe, of No. Hit) Front-street, to ih? amount ol
? 2uXl to $1,400, tlurti;;: ilie mouth t/f A^-ril last.
Ambrose L J rdau, Etq appi ureei ?s counsel for the
pio-ctut.ou, ULd John U Edmonds und Ricbard Moll,
L;qrs. for ihc defendant.
l-'ioia ihc evidence adduced, it appeared by the oath of
Mr. Schenck that thedefendani s t? emp o\ i d by bim at
a money -collector aad saleamua in May, lalO, aim ao c?u
tiuued up lo -omu time in April last. The uefeudant pre
p-;i. J to Mr. Scheuch to pucttase of him the debt* due
htm?ilie good hi par, others at from 7o 10 o0 cents on the
'i.liar, oad other-, not good, lor nothing. This was men
tioned to Hr.Sturgis, the accouutant of Mr. Scheuch, by
?:.o 'alter, ?ho was ordered to go and collect all the mou
- ? hu could, ui d he did go and collect some $600 lo $7u0.
Aller this Mr. Shaw informed Mr. Jj.heuck tbat he owed
kim S6'J0. This was on the 3th of April last. Ho told
Mr. echunck thai he bad been rpetulatiug id Long Island
Railroad slock, and expected to be. cohered?tbat he
would pay on tho next Mondav, and $4'J0 on the en?
suing Wedaesday, but did not. Defendant received a
commission on the sales bo made and ou the moneys be
i-ollicied, but hud nu fixed ralsry. He had a power of at
toruey.ilaied in August, leW, to collect incneys for Mr.
Sihunck. Another power of attorney, given in June.
I?4U, but not filled up, was aigue.l by Mr. Schcuck for n
spicial purpose. This was tilled iiji by n Mr. I'liyue.
Josiah It. Sturris \sas then railed as n witness for the
prosecution, wheu Mr. J. W. Edmonds objected to his be?
ing svtoru, as lie said lie urderstood that Mr. Sturgls was
an Atheist, and did not btlievo in a slate of future re?
wards aud punishments, and called David Suupeoa to
prove tho fact. Mr. Jordan objected then io Mr. Simp
ton, as he understood, he said, tbat Mr. Simpson did uo:
believe m a slate of fuluro rewards aud punishments, ami
be was ordered to stand ando until witnesses could be
called to su-inin liuu. It was proved by Mr. T. Mahbett.
of the firm tl Mubheti A Brown, of Brooklyn, that about
the middle of November. 1S40, he paid Shaw a bi'I of $30
17 for Mr. Scheack. Abo, that William C. Miuturu, oi
the firm of W. II. A J. C. Mmiuru, paid Shaw ;i7U foi j
Schcuck oa ihc 17ih of tleeeintier, Ir>4U. and $33 ou the
1st of Sepictubcr, lrlO . and also by John Eddy for Mr. I
Miuturu to Shaw ou tho 35th of July, 1840?$37. All
these were entered ou the cash-book as credits lo the per- *
sons who had beou lucre us a manor of justice lo tbeiu; j
but the $7(1 received of Miuturu was never paid over by
Sbaw to Schrnek or to his book-keeper, Mr. rttuigis.?
Shaw's acknowledgement of his indebtedness to Schcuck
was after ho was dismissed by the lauer, aud be gave Mr.
Schi nek a list of the inoaeys bo had collected for Mr.
Scheuek and not accounted for. Mr. Schcuck told Sbaw
that he had collected $<W $31K> or$4iH> more uot account?
ed for, when Shaw said there might be that amount more,
bat he could not recollect. In April, 1610, Shaw paid to
Stnrgis for Schcuck, in ihres instalments, $32.1 13. This j
was after he acknowledged his defalcation. Mr. Schcuck ]
also slated iliat be had erteil received moneys from his
book keeper, bis brother Charles, and on unu occasiuu
from his porter, which Shaw had paid them out of the |
collections he had made.
Before the cross examination of Mr. Scheack had been I
concluded, the hour of 3 having arrived, and lue Court
not being ablo lo hold aa evening session, adjourned to
II o'ilock to-morrow (Thursday) morning.
Wlomspay, Dec. 14.
Robbing Money-Dsaweks.?A boy named Johu Iiemkr
?S? arrested to day and teut lo prison lor stealing $7 from
tha money drawer of tue Messrs. Crafts, of the corner ol
Grand and Croaby-stroets.
Another hoy, named Charles Hewing, was arrested to?
day and committed at the Police Office, for steahsg some
change from the mouey-drawer ol Henry Marshall, ol
No. 10$ Fifth strecL
Arri?i roa W.tcji-?i baling.?On Tuesday night of?
ficer Stephens and Mr. O.-b-irue, Clerk of Police, arrested
a noied thief named Alexander Ritohie, who, though
young in years, is old in crime, for hevidg stolen, about a
mouth nuce, a gold watch worth $41* fiom the store ol
Mr. Themas Cochraue, No. ->j (.ireeuwicb street, iu con?
cert wilt another named James Williams, mice convicted
of the theft. Ritchie was also arrested aud committed al
that time, but gave bail and was discharged, aud ihen for?
feited his recogttixancce. He was bow lodged in prison
iMrBISONBS) FOa lXOKCBMCY.?Oa Tuesday night, two
frail lemales, named Sa>ah Smith and Mary Brown, used
such indecent, obscene aur1 iiisultiug language lo respect
able ladiea in Broadway, tbat Mr. L. S. Comitock, ol
Maiden Lane, had them givea to a watchman, and they
were lodged in ths watch-bouse. To-day they were both
sent to the Penitentiary for 6 months.
StssXIVO Iron.?Officer Stokely to-day arrested a mat.
nancdJobi Gliman, charged wiih having on the 11th
'nit stolen about three-quarters of a ton of sterling iroi,
w?nh$3i. frcm No. 413 Water-street, the property ol
Messrs. W. H. Sc P. Townseud. He tried to sell ihe iron
in a man earned Bacon, aud was commuted lo answer.
St is Li.No a Car?A boy named Adam Striae was ar
r*ued tc-Jay and committed al the Upper Police Office
for stealing a fur cap from Nicholas Whilcuian, of the cor
a" of Avenue C and Teuth street.
Ow.ar.as Wasted.?Ou onuer is wanted al the Lower
Police Office by aUKcrs F. F. Smith and Lowe for a gob!
??ver watch, and at the Upper Police Office owners are
*?-'ted for a horte an 1 bax wagon, laden with a whole
> 'imtotity of white beeswax and a copper trough.
Sales at the N.ocli Exchange, Dec. 13.
I Bank of N V. lets' i lull. State Be. 19
25 Bk of Coin scrip 99j In Ohio Trust Co. 60
50 Uel 4: Hud..-. .... Inn | 15 do.M 60
2> do.cash Ji> ,1 25 no.*s*12m 54
25 do.cash Km, X, Mohawk R )??
75 do.s3iH '<?> ? L. I. r_ 5"
'-'5 do.?1^- -r.'i 1"N. J. r.r. 7-,
23 do.rjsr 100 i |rj do - j
l? d?.9s 1'^'Harlem "rV.'.V.V.V 15j
? ,0. IHM 150 do..Bw I?'
,l0.cash Hi'i 50 do.,;0d 16
S 5?"" "" do.cash 16
IV d.?.ca'h 2isi do. b30d Hi,
73 do.<;ijd 9fj
do.Ha a: i>i do. is,
liy dr>.?tbw 10Q , 50 do.b30d li-.t
.'J uo.asv uy; jvx) ao.DW jfi
50 U.S.Beak. 3| 2* do.slOd 15;
75 Farmers' Trust... 30 50 ao.sind 15;
*J a,>. :?'} 25 Paterson RR. 50J
*5 do. :rii s5 do.cash 50}
83 d?. 301] *-'? do.
25 do.s60d 3'I ' 75 Canton Co_ bid SO
50Hsuiem.sl5 I5$| 5j Del.i: Hud... -tim BC
50 do. 10 1U0 do.s4m 97
7 Mohawk R. C3 I
CoDiiiiercinl and Jloni-y Matten.
H'rdnr.sday, }'. .*if.
Tin- ?iles si the Brokf-s' Botird to-day wer" tj fair ex?
tent, and pr ces generali! were weil sustained. Some
d-senpliocs advanced } perceat. OMoLlfe A Trust de?
clined .'! per cent. Fos Lafayetie Bunk S6 ?n offered.
40 asked; Vicksburg 11 offered. 2 a-ked; Pioniers-Bank
of Mississippi 5 offered, 10 ask-d; Commercial Bank N. O.
5(1 offeree1; N. O. Gai <fc Bkg Co. 70 offered; City Bank N.
O. 75 asked.
In Slate Securities the fascies declined slightly. For
Stst' Sixes 1-15, Iii off-red. !'.i ..sked. I-?",??. -r offered, 9u
a-ke'; Ohio Sixes B1J offered, f4 asked: Kentucky Sixe?
75 offered, 78 asked; Alabama Fives 10 offered, f <* a.-ked.
The sates were :
61.000 Ind. Stg.Bds i60 *7 i'.eio HI; Sixes.27?
5,000 do.slO -21 ! luoii do.sld2".i
>?'"*? <-'? . 2-, I,. 00 do..60 27
20U0 do.27 i ti.UtO do. Srj]
?(HO doDal.Bds.bnw 29*|l2,000 do... 873
8.000 do.29? 3000 do.?15871
10." 0 do. 29 2 080 do..'0 27j
7.000 do.sl? 2* I 2,000 do t(50 29
l.nco do.s6:i 2- l,0tn do . 2-s
For tie ,-r.ai Five and a Halt* percent Loan, 97 was
offered z> the Board.
The liu-inc?s in Furcign Exebenge for th? steamer has
not been very large. Sterling 1'i prime bills; Southern
61 h 9 On 1'aris 5 2<">1 a 5 25.
The Vleyiur arc the I)i>m?st!c rates
Philadelphia. 0i a ?.Interior of Ala. 12s a I.'t
Baltimore. 4i a 111 New Orleans. fj'a ?
Vircinia.. n 7 Nashville.I2j el3
Vorth Caroliae.5 a 5| I Louisville.10 a_
Charle-tou. M a I? Cincinnati.12$ al.'l
savannah. 3 a 31 Indiana.14 a ?
4ugusia. I; a 4? Illinois.15 a ?
Columbus.lo all [Natchez. ? a
Mecbn.12" a ? St. Louis.I t a ?
Mobile.12 a ? i Tusciloosa.13 ? ?
Treasury Noics, Six per ct nts, nre sellme nt i per cent
d is' oust.
A sale of a small amount of !.'. S. Beek notes was mad
at 41 discount. A large amount cuuld probebly be plat: J
at a belt- r njnre.
Cuunterfe t Fives on the Tr.'idesnirits' B ilS, nnd Fifties
on the Mich 'incs Bank of this city, havsj been put in cir
eulatioa ia Pluladi Ipln i.
'1 he District Court of Phii<-d?lphia have decided that
the Kensington ar.d Southwark P. inks are bound to loa?
tin- tt.te the sums dem inded of them.
C(.|. Blossom of BuiIjIo hit, been appointed Riceivcr lur
the Hank of Buffalo.
The Planum' BaLk and the Marine St Fire Iiistiranr.
Bink of Savannah have declared dmdends ol four and a
buif per cent
Tbe m ettng of the stockholders of tha Hoaiatonic Rail
road Company r< suited inn recommendetion to make a
b>an for 8100,tl00, for this purpose of rrdieuimg the notes
of the Company, aud that the loan be t iken by the strck
h dders. 'I he amount in circulation is $127,000; the cust
of the road. S1.2S0.0U0.
The notes of the Bank of Cairo hnvo been thrown out
for some time past by ibo broker* i f ?l Louis, but were
received by the Gas Company and the Mutual Insurance
Company. On the 3d mst. they were reluscd by the for?
mer but still received by the lauer. Considerable excite?
ment eniutd. Tbe brokers were buying them at 5 per
Money was close in Philadelphia, and some of tbe Banks
had discounted little or nothing fur the lost two weeks
Money ?.as worth 1 per cent, per month. V. S. Bank
notes 35j per cent, dii-cnuut.
A motion bus been introduced in the Virginit General
assembly railing upon the Muvoruor to correspond with
the Uotcruorvl Maryland an*1 Pennsylvania upoulhesu'.i
ject of Gxieg a day in 1-4.2 when the B inks of their States
shuli be required lo resume specie payments.
ASHES.?The bolders ot Po's have advanced the rate
to 6 00, mid small sales have been made at ihst rate. We
quote Pots at .'? tr7J a fi Ou. Pearls 5 37j a 5 50.
COTTOV.? No chanije in rates. The sale- has o been
about 41 o bales.
FLOUR.?We quote Gencsco and Ohio good order, at
6 121, a 0 25 although sales were made josterduy of small
lots at 6 00fer shipment to Eiiglaud. Sales 3ts) or 400
barrels 'Pros at o I2j. The market is in a very lud state.
There is no demand fur home consumption or Eastern
markets. No improvement in Suuibcrn. Georgetown!
37j a 6 50. Brandywine li 50 Sales a few day. smcc 490
bluls Braadywins Cora Meal at 11 50. 8 months.
GRAIN.?Tbe market is verj dull aud wo bear of no
sales. Two or three parcels of Wheat are in the market
Kyc is offered at 75 at the boat. Oats45a47c,dull ?
Wo tako ilie following from the N. V. Price Current ol
" A psicel of 75s5 bags IMinni? Wheat ha- been disposed
of at > I 30, cash ; oue or two oth-r lots of tn-' s.nai de
scriptieo remain sd >at unsnli. Nortbera Rye is more
plenty and has further declined 3 cents per bu-ncl ? 2-100
tui-liels were sold ou Monday, for distilling, part to tie ne?
in ered, at 7o cents, i ish. Slost. if not all, the Barley
acre ha.- been placed iu store, and ?r know of no sabs ?
the last were at 73 cents. North Riser Oats are pleoty,
aad dull at 45 a 4;l cents, according to quuluy : Canal a e
about out of market . 1003 bushel- Southern, 44 a -15c.?
Corn comes forward more freely, sud prices gradudly
tend downward. The salts for the three deya embrace
310(1 bushels new and old. Southern at fit a i^i i-rnts.
measure; 7<KHI ur* du fv, ?eigiit; and 45 A1 old Jersey
69, measure, aud 70. weight. Export frum 1st to rth De?
" HIDES.?^Tbe stock of all kinds at this time ia first
bamts atBeltiasore, Philadelphia, Boston aad this poit is
large, amounting lo about 110,000. In view of ibis fact,
ami the lateness of the season, ulie dealers beiur mostly
supplied,) there is little or no luquiry. and to effect sale.
10any further extern, a considerable decline would have
to tie submitted tu."
Reriesr of the JVesv-York ITInrksst,
kor thl week ENaUtfi december 15.
Prepared for the N. V. Tribune.
The weather fur ibe last week has been warm and mild,
such as we usually have it in the month of April. This
has given an opportunity to lae farmers to send in their
marketaj by -loops, schooners and steamboats, from all
tbe :;figliooring State?; and our Market-places are lit?
erally f lulled w ith most kinds of Fall produce. All kinds
of meals, vegetables, poultries, Ac. are low er than they
have been for years before.
APl'LEs.?The winter supply is perhaps as large as
usual, bal ihe a'!eat bulk of what arc on hand are Wssl
sin, aud have not been picked nor p?cked with ihe care
thai i- take- wuft them iu New-Jersey, and ihey are con?
sequently less likely lo keep well. This is ibe erst sea
sou thai our chief supply was received by the way of ihe
Erie CaiiaL We advise our friends at the We?i io use a
tuile more care iu putting them down fur the future, or
our Jersey neighbors and North River boys w?l still bold
ou to the tip of the market- Price jd 50 to $2 per bush
Bl'TTER.?Tbe demand is not very brisk, and, with
iho excepuou of coed Goshan, the snpply is more than ad?
equate, li is said that a good mauy of the Gosheu farm?
ers are holding on uulU tho river closes, and intend then
to send it in by tho New-York and Erie Railroad in such
quannues as wUI suable iheni lo obtain a few pence extrs
oa the lb. We have heard of folks holding ou, aad af.er
wards taking a Utile less!
CABBAGES.?The schooner Telegraph arrived on
Monday last from Slaten Island with 10,000 heads. This
day there arc no !nss than'twelve sloops lying in the North
River ladeu with Cabbages. Sales very dull. Prices
SI 75 to S2 50 per 100 heads.
CRANBERRIES?In demand at SI 50 to $5 per barrel.
GRAPfS?White Malaga are not very plenty, nor are
they greatly in demand ; tbe selling price is about 12?
cent* per pound by ihe k.'g. There are still a few of the
Isabellas aad the Catawbaa oo sale, but the season is so
I fer advanced that they are scarce and high. Tbeae latter
grapes are tupenor to any imported ones. They may he
raised in abundance in any one's garden, and with the
least possible inconveaisncc.
HICKORY NUTi.?Very plenty and selling freu, 73
cents to $1, a bushel.
OYSTERS?We are now ia the bight cf the season,
'or Oy tiers. Very few per-on? have any : >a ???( tr." . >. -
tent of ih's business, and of the n 11 numbers of person*
employed in it The great bulk cf Oysters ar? h'oughi
in vessel' from York, Nausemoiirf. Jjmrs and Bsck Riv
era in Virptaia. About 100 sail > f > tsels b?longi:g
to this city are employed ia this trade. Taey generally
make about fo^r trips in the season, and carry from one
thousand lo twenty-tirs hundred bushels. In the spring
of the yeir large quartiiies sr? brought in and planted in
Princes s F.uy on the South of Statcn Irland. Tfae-e
are taken up 8rsiu in the fall snd constitute the early city
POULTRY?Never more plenty, and rales brt-k but at
low price*. Tarkeys 7i, r. and Et ceau per lb; Chickens,
r'i and 7 cents per lb. Retail prices about one-th.vd
higher. It is estimated that from 5,000 to 8 OoO Turkeys
have bees sob: in our markets e\ery day dunce liie Ian
PROVISIONS.?Beef and Pork for shipping have an
derg ,ne no charge since our last week's report i but Beef
?u the quarter may be had from cur irarket vessels, am!
fioin country wscons nt reduced pri'*1- Beef HIS to 4
L2 cents per lb. Pork, 4 and 4 1-3 cents. New Lard 8
ceuts. New Hams, I' cents.
WOOD?Iu >;ocs";ueeee of the wnr:n weats'r. Wood
is lower than it was last week, and both the North aad
En-t Rivers are lined with sloops anxiously wamnc a
change of weather, so that they may obtain a .hilling or
two i loid more.
THIRD AND LAST SERIES?NOW
XT THIS DAY published, the Third Series oflhc "30
Pictorial Illustrations cf the Bible ami V|e?, of the Holy
Land," profusely iMuvlrattd with Engravings and bejuti
fully pruned . the three volumes forming an
"ILLUSTRATED COMMENTARY ON THE OLD
AND NEW TESTAMENTS,
etnbcllobed wita i'? f. Engravings, and containing the
nece.sary letter preis descriptions, chiefly explanatory ol
ihe Engravings, and of numer -u> passages connected wita
the history, geography, Natural history and antiqe'tiei 11
the Sacrrd Scriptures, completed principally from the
note- of the London Plcierinl Bible.
Recently publi-hed, the First nud Sea ad Scries of tb'
Pictorial Illustrations of the Bible?new editions. The
three volume, are now bound in different styles to match
Al o. EASTERN ARTS AND ANTIQUITIES,'
wuh 130 Illustrations, I vol. 16mo.
BIBLE QUADRUPEDS, ?'th beautiful engravings.
1 vol. 16 me.
MEMOIR ANB BLAUTIES OF WESLEY, t vol
An assortment of Hel/dsy, and (Jift Books of all kiads,
Miscellaneous Book? and Stationery.
dl4 If J S. KEUPIELD, Clinton Hall.
UNITED STATESIN MINIATURE.
AT TME CEI.IIAX,
14 9 Fu it oil-street and i\ Ann-street.
Thus says the Editor of the Planet i?
"Free READING Room.?Without doubt one of the besi
and one of ihc most convenient places in the citv to ga
ther tno r.cws of tho da* is ui tne Climax Eating House,
No. II Ana-Street, running through to Fulton s-reet. Ai
this aril conducted ami popular estab'i.bment there a-e
tivcnlv ax marble tables, wuh a lending journal on each '
table, represrumig every State in the Union : thus citi
zei.s and strangers huve the opportunity of taking then
c- See, Ac. and reading the laid papers from all parts ot
rve coantr' on the same table. It strike* us that this ar?
rangement is superior lo anything ever attempted ia Ibii
city, and we have no doubt mil prove a great feature in
this axteMsively patronised bouse of refreshment. Under
the munafeuirni of its gentlemanly proprietor, ihe Cb
max, we are pleased to l-arn. is rapidly increasing in pa?
tronage and popular favor, an t we doubt not will coiuiuur
to receive its full thaio of public support. Step in."
Josiah Richards, Auctioneer.
XT Large Sale of Splendid Ersglinh nnd
AMKRICAiS AVNUAL'L KuR le41 AN'i ALL Sf.s
SONS?Magnificent I'lflTURESUUE ami E.MKEl.l ISH
ED HOOKS. JUVENILE CHILDREN'S HOLVIlAY
B iOKS. dee., suitable for HOLYDAY PRESENTS?To
be sold THIS EVENING, st 64 o'clock, at Bangs, Rich
arcs k. Plait'. Rooms, lt*6 Broadway.
Also, in connection with tao above, an extensive collec
tion of valuable Standard Work", iucludiugmauy p. pular
v\ ? >rUs- in Tbeolog) , History. Ac.
Catalogues are now ready, and Books arranged for ex?
amination, did Ii
CT $343,0<IO.?Peremptory Hnlr of BOND9
AND MORTGAGE;) ?The Bond, of ihe original ehar
holden of the New Brighton Association,on Which then
is now due about tho sum of Three hundred ami Forty
live Thousand Dollars, the payment of which is secured
by a mortgage upon all the remaining pro pert) of ?sid
As-ociaiiou will he sold, together with said mortgage, bj
3. DRAPER. Jr. Auctioned . at the Mr re hau is' Exchange
iu tho city of New-York, ou Friday, tho I7ih day of De?
cember next, at I o'clock in the afternoon. Apply for
particulars to K.M. A E.H.BLATCHFORD,
uS6 lOl7 No. 1 Ilauovcr st
In tbe ship Settan, from Charleston?W L Snvder snH
PORT OF NEW-YORK. DECEMBER 16 I-II.
T!ittiatnrc Altnnno-c.?This Day
Tlir SON I ThPl moon . 1'ull SEs
Rise.' [7 S7 | .-els I XI. Rises - 7 | Sets -J 11 11 11
london.nov. Is havre.nov.j 1
liverpool. KOV. 18 I rcw-OR1.eans.Sti . 5
The next Steam-Ships 10 Arrive
rRoM liverpool rROM liverpool
Columbia, left.Dec 4 | Britannia, leaves_Jan. 4
The next Steam-Sbip to Leave
rROM BOSTON TRrM BOSTON
Columbia, leaves ..Jan. 1 | Acedia, leaves .Dec It
Ship Rhone, JokHston, Havre, B iltoti. Fox A Living
stou. brut* Growler, Ulaie*. New Orleans, J Elwi II. Peter
Demiil, Lewis, Danen, Ga. R M Deiniil.
Sh'p Anson, Barkman, ? d>? fm Charleston, rotion, G
Button. Brig Edward, for N Yk. sl'd the uay before.
Brig Tr'umph fm Turks Island, sail.
Sehr Dispatch, barstow, Braadywine, corn meal.
Sehr Wm Allen, of Proviacetown, 19 dys fm Port au
Prince. cotTee. A C Rossiere A Co.
Sehr Intrepid, Siauk, Philadelphia, coal.
Sehr Sarah .V. Abigail. Hudson, VViitttingtOB, NC. naval
Sehr Gen Warrea, Tentirook, Thomaston, lime.
Sehr Cbailea Yishart, Richmond, coal.
Sehr Daniel Baker, Baker, Havre de ?irace, iron.
Below?S ships, 1 bark, 3 brigs.
Tlie ?leiinsbip Acndia leaves Boston this day fer L:v
In this city, D-e. ?, s'ter a short and severe L?nes?, Miry
F. daughter"of Joan O. and Mary Roorbai k. in the lrbh
year of ber age.
How changed iiie sc'ne ' the star of hope
Hassst in clouds of da'kest m.tit.
Aad sbe. the lovely and the gay.
Is laid iu tbe grave with her t'-aaty and ligrt
In this city. Dec ?>. Tbcunas T Bow.on, son of Dr. John
S. Bowson, aged turee years and seven months.
In this city. D, c 15, in ihe .Sth year of kis age of croup
Dame! W? youugest son of Harvey Raymond.
Funeral ibis atiernoou (6lb) at 4 o'clock, from No. C7?
Broadway. Friends and acquainucces are respectluily
invited lo a'lend without farther invitation.
In this city. Dec. IS, after a short, but sc?ere illness. ?f
Peujiaia. Cyras Mortimer only son of Washington sue
Laareila Hartl. ageJ lour years and two uiouina.
In this city, Dec. 14, Mrs. Rebecca Van York,
In ihia city, Dec. 14, after a long and severe illness.
Heety T. Franklin, aged 7L
In this city, Deo. 14, Patrick Cusbman. in the 4t;:a sear
of bis age.
At Fa.rfield. Conn. D?c 9, Ebenexer D mon, seed 73.
At Pbilade phia, Dec IS, tbe Rev. William Bryant, a
Pre.bvter of lb? ProosUnt Episcopal Churca. aged 61.
At Waebiuitiou City, D?c 12. Cob John W. Huater,
doorkeeper of the House of Representatives, aged a" cut
At Troy, Olive Adams, widow of the late James Adams,
aged 74 years.
At Scbeasctady, Sarah McDougall, agsd 49 years; Hir
manes Wendell, aged 7L
Al Easihsmpton. CapL Jonathan Oshern, aged C9.
At Hartford, Stella, wife ?f Jonathan Law, Esq. tged
At Newport. R. L Susaa Wickam, in the !>lst year cf
At Rye. Westchester county, Dec. 12. Mrs Caihenne
Barnes Berrian, widow of George Berrian, ia the filst
year of her sge
Al Auburn, Cayuga co. in October last. Joseph S. Shsr
wood, in the S?ih year of kis sge.
CraiedicJBesof the Best tonality?a. :
! Popular Remedies. Leecnes. Enffliih and French Perfom
: try. Soaps. Era-be:. 4c. for ?sie Ov
J. <fc I. CODDINGTON. Druggists,
j d!3 1min* -227 Hndsna ?L. con?r of Spring
H" Rooris ni'd Board.?Gentlem - -? - .
en;sg? Ap .rime: is and Boarding far the Winter win rie
: accommo^at-d on mo-t reaso. aMe terms in the new a'd
? ?ic-il'-ct h u-c No 12 City Hall P'uce. not one minute'
walk North of tberPos tirh-e. and co.iveneut to Br..ud
way, Wall and Pearl-tVtTeets. Tho-e ? ho have not yet
a. a iTas.-- menu for the ?inter are earnestly invited to
call before e gaging ei?.;? if re, a* every effqrt will hrrt
he made to e..--jre* the comfort and satisfaction cf the
boarders. (2; d2 if
<X\ a r r i e i> ?
I At Hartford. Washinjtr-n en N V. Oct. 7. by the Rev
. Fi-:ijrj F Bailwia. Mr' J.-hn CeFELAJiD jr. Dentist et
New-Yoik, to Miss I enelci-e .A Sn?Br..youn,-est datirri
' ?er of Capt. Ooeciah Shade of Ho-.ford. *
At Bridgeport, Conn. Dec. 7. by tSe Rev. Dr. H>ot-r.
Mr. Eleazor V in Keur-o. of New-York,to MissMary Ana
, Crosby of the former pi ice.
At Wilmington. Dd.. D-.c. 7. Jshn P. Gillis. Lh at I'. 5.
: Vavy. to Elizabeth dau;ht-raf E?!?-ard Tatc.-ll. of Bran
.)v? ice. D !.
>t/.Vi\T?D?A gentleman, is tin rar. s.i'suce >5 0,
i t become a pirtner in a very profitable and issspecta
ble bu.-iuc-i. an ? ?>a will have the ccntrnl ol all tnc re?
ceipt? in a cash coi cern. an I a guarantee ol ?100" a year,
or uke one-Cub of Ue profit*. "Address W. X. Y.. ?' ibis
office ci 16 2r
PAIXORS A iT D Tiil,OHt!^E?i.
JL Wsu'- ?! tail meraing. a few first rate bands !o ?-.r's
on Ccits. A -. Nooebutlbe be?t ac-d spwly. Inquire
at 50 R-i.ds* street, three door* weet of Broad-, ay. it in f
TO DP.V (iOOOS TIERCH IN TS?>A
I ed tj f xchange tar llri Goods, a tir.t rale li-e proof
Iron Che.r. A-diej. J. c < tri a of this pap-T. altj ti
b(M)K I II I, Mtlto A.Vli SBWEB9
WANTED.?'Pour or five experienced foi'ers am:
sewers can ha?e ,:,;s dy eraploi inem during the winter
?en-on. Appty tt-.i- day" at lei Courtlaadt it. d 6*!r
jn .'1 P LO \ '1 E N i~SV.\ NT IK ?>.-.?. man ?l - s
Ca pertence in besiuess ?istiea employment in ? >oe re
,p?ctib!c maiceat le house, to whom he will loan dnrini
his eiiss.gement. a ?um of not less than 13000- He wov ?:
areter tiie place of salesman in a dry goods oommisaioi
ur importing h use. Rete ences nuexccptiouab e A.i
- A Z Upper P -t Office it 15 J: is
itsssa -,it AHE A- i o-'i INTELLIGENCt
\i i iFKICf . ".' issau-st.
Ret laEnci \ ? Hi a. M. II. GrinueU, H. Brevoort, Esq.
W Irsing. Pro!. I e.,*i.-a. d13 Im
HCTsoivs im i:i,i.it.E:>i e ?ffFci
Vn Vai? P-.rl -lr .1. near K-mrloav nl? llWU'
I US *l;.?A cerutkateof TWENP? SHAU.E? ?i
Is jHmsiea ,nd Bro. kliu Kai road > .. it in fav->r ? i
Jno. L. Norton lr. Applieetfon willbe madeb> the Com
panv at their office, cu the 15;h of January r.e?i, f,r a ue? :
ceriilcate. du: 4 ??
BEKKiTlAn IK8TITDTE?ENGLISH ?ND
CLASSICAL BOARDING eCHOOL.Tarrytow0.
(Addreas by Mail. ?Terms reduced for ..bout six papils,
if they enter sooo, to $145 a yeae, quarterly in anvauei
ReJerences to Patrons?J;Chamberlia. II S.'u'h William
-ir'et. E. H. Munson, losj Broed-atreet, i Gurnee if
Ma d-n Lane 11 Sliermm l, 55 J itin-stree' . -l-o K"v r>
Landon and J. Z Niohuts. of Brooklyn. ai.d Rev. Dr
ttrownlee, J- L. Uniiam and F. W. Lasek, formerly p?
irons^_ dteiw1- i\. D''^N Principal.
[YEPOT OF PANtlY JDBKaS ARTT
U CLES, 280 Broadway, American Hotel?An invon
of new ami '.en Mlk uad satin Scarf ar.d Cravats just re
ceived end fur sa't- at a-'ul n i d rate prices, wi h a r ne
ral u?sortiii-iit of fancy ilres- articles. dtfi 3:. 0 i
V O ? IC K~Fh.rc ?ill he a ??le of BsefuT-u-' fo e
is a tiite- in the 11th Pre>b> tcrmn Church, lh street
betweeu aveuuesC and D, on lh? irith :.nd 17th ins ><n -
commeoang each >l-?>- at 3 o'clock, P. M., and contiaul >
thrnugh hn.rfav anrt evenii-r. clh U
'rM I.*lM'AKt.A I M'A1.IA.\ ? SN
1 DOW SHADE**, OLIVER W VVOODFORD"
''athariu-- Street, ha? in de arrangements to receive Ol
Monday, the 8th day of November, s.bout Jn ca.se? con
taiuin,' 900 pair uf Trun-pari ni Window Shades Thev
h -ve tieen ordered expressly for ilus m rkct and * til b.
found io excel eny thing of t'ckiad everhef re import
ed. Families will now have nn owportueity of i urcha?
ma Windo* Shade., muth below their in rinsic value, ane
tlnee about furni-hicg lh. tr dsrellil g.- with any kind n
Blinds, will 'o well in call and > xamiue this large assort
ment. Thr; invoice will contain :?
H> U pairs Landscapes, ul the low price of $1,75 pei
?Je.i pairs Plain I'l-niers Stroll Border?. Sl.'i'l i" $1.?
150 pans Moonlight nea-s. VignetteCenters$4,L0 to I
150 pairs French Lind'cape- and Scrolls $7,00 to |? 0
liXI pairs Real Italian LandseadCs .Dark. (10 to $2i
N. It. Always on hand Window Shade Hangiags. St"
ArBIaVJBT HHA?a JLB ?Seme spieedid Velvi
Shawls, in Black, Claret, Mazariu Baue, A.c. Ac. an
now for -ale very cheep at
BROWN ti CKtsMJHARTS One Price Store,
d'5 3tis- SO t athaiine street, eoraer of Msdiaoa.
The above would be elegant Christmas presents.
~INUIA Kl'KIIEeC OVEB-eillOBM,
VT J. B MILLER'S LADIES' s-HUE SI OH E, 142
Cnna.-street. J. B. M has now on hind nnd eou
star.tly receivoii! a eompleie and superior assorlment .-,1
Ladies' India K bber Shoes, of u I the 'ashionable style
from the celebrate ' a f ufsetory ?>f Horace II. Day., ami
which will be sold ai n reasoaable a P'ice as can be ob
tamed ai say -iure lu.heejty. Ladies' G liter B -'- - t i
the fasbioaable colors, on haml er made to order ut -bur'
notice. White und Mack S.i Slippers Also, ligh
colored morocco and French Kid Slipp1 rs. for balls, par
ne-, weddings, ftc, un baud or mado to order at tin
Ladies who "0*li rood Siloes st fmr prices, in prefer
em e to poor Shoes at t> duccil prices, arc particularly re?
quested to call, n e und judce for Uomselves, at
J B. MILLER'S MJ Canal -ireet,
between Thompson and Pullivan-sts.
N. B.?This -tore- will be clnse.l at t ight o'clock every
evening exceptii g on Saturday evenings. d'l I?'
INOIA RUBBER stlOES-r; i r."
1 retail trade. *J 3i"i pair Ladies'p'ain; 45j do. Men's
do.?sii pen or nu-i'iti. s. Ju-t receivers fur sale ?t low
prices by Z-CORN'NG sfc SOrsf, 149 VValer-st dl3S -
()JTE?T sail I-It.'!' INDIA si I It U s It
OVERSHOES ?In consequence of the nnprecedent
ed demand tor thc-e celebrateo Shoes of our mauutacture
tin re hive been many infrii'getnents on llie pan nt rieh
grunted to s t". Smith . bni in consequence ' f the ?? 111 ?
delay." suits ? hies have b-.-a instituted csiiuol be breugh'
to trial before April in vt. at which tun? Hit re will be ac
opportunity t<> exhibit the bright pnnu. i f tho-e iavent
ort who, by copying our patterns and enticing, b , pro?
mise ofhich pt-y, -nine men tint were lu our employ, ba
w ho firtuii itcly ?ere not entru-ted with the muten.I art
of makiii: thi in ) have succeeded in producing something
like our Sh.-es in appearance ou y. In regard to the pre?
mium swarded by me American Institute, we have onlj
to s'ate thai one of the Judees, tf Dot cmoU' cteJ ?Ith >Ir
Day in business is in the occupancy of the same store,
and appear- to be taking a very active p<rt in Mr Day'.
business. Aram, we say bsware tif the COUnterieit*.?
Hereafter, as herotofure ?e shall treat euch ellu-ions
with the regard tftev mirit
S. H. SMITH A Si IS,
The oldest ai d most evtrn?:ve In-tin Rubber establish.
Hsent iu Amern a. Warehouses, fii Chatham, an' 151
Wnter streets. did 9t
PXCEIiLEi'V'r OPPORTVIVITV i/uu
fa PROFITABLE INVESTMENT IN KEAL Eg
T?TE? Perempto-y Sale of 360 Lots, under the direc?
tion of J-iha Dikeman, Master in Chancery, iu parcels b
suit purchaser-, ou Saturday D'.c- 18th, at 1*- o'clock
noon, at tee Real Estate Sales Room of J.jau Post, Auc?
tioneer. 16 Fulton -lre?t. Brooklm This Properli is ai
the he.d of Clinton and Washington Avenues, that b au
tiful nud eoutii uallv laprov:::.- -<-ctiun sf Brocklyn. Ii
consists of about til acres adjoimrg the late Parm?nti
property, aud eilends al,,iie the line cf ibe Lone Island
Railroad, beyon<i the above avenuee : is in tne immediate
vicinity of the Episcopal Church, and good schools Th
mile school kept by Mr. John Young, favorably known
a* the principal tf the late Durham Boarding School.
Mr. Vourg's plan of instruction is thorough ?od p'artie.l.
embracing all ihe branches of a sound English and classi?
cal education and the French 'aogusge.
By means of Omnibuses uimu the Railroad, persons
can be taken from the Scuta Ferry -e-eral tim -s during
Ibe d?*. and dropped within a few fe.tof ihetr door
Thi? sale being b. order of the C -urt of Chancery and
po-iti?e. it will ?rl'ord a favorable opportunity to persons
of limited mvans to pos-ess themselves of a onsiderabl
port:ou ot ground for pleasant and agreeable residence
for a small amo-int, in the neighboreooJ uf those whose
bu?ir-.ss it transacted daily in the cities of New-York
and Brooklyn Maps can be had at the Sale.- Rc-tm W
Fullou strei t. Brooklyn. 50 per cent may remaJO en bond
and mortgage at 6 per cern\_017 3:*
^\i~FE"0' IK tBIE.-Dr. J. G-a.-g?-. pronrie
_v tor of the Pectoral Candy rie Nafe d'Arabie, for in
r! immetory diseases of the lungs sad chest, ho?rsene?s.
aore throit. and all .liseases predisposing to couauinpti- n
witn the propertv of clearing the complexion and s nten
tag th* skin. Sold, wnole-aie and retail, at tne office of
Dr. J. Granger. ."4 Amitv street; also at J B. Oodd'r,<43
ar.d 771 Broadway; b- Mr. Gasqjet, :?,3 Broadway, cor?
ner Ol D aae street. Axford'- Ne?s Room, 'tie Bowers.
and ai Jona B. Giuocaio's. IOC Canal street- Apalheca
nes and druggists or eottatry mer hams wishing to
agsin, will have a dis--oum mad* of 55 per eect on sov
amount Ag-ct for B-ooklyn, Wa. Bailey, dnirrist,
corner Fulton and Sands aiicct?._did 3:'
K'' ri7EiriF??. frJCAP PAPER.?lOtC
reams AIMF^> Ruled Can. for sale bv
-27 it PERSSE it BROOKS. 61 Libe-ty st.
TO LhT.?T> a -mal. 'smdy. He upper
partaad ba-s basement of the two story h"u?e >'o
"3 Hubert street, near Hud?oo street. PtssMsiun
::im-di <lelj^_''10 6t*
PlV.'s'O FORTE F11P. HA I E
lAn elegant icsnument, ma>' - oy one of our
^ _ [first ciiy maaufactur?rj. ana warranted 10
s'taoa^auy enmate. is orTered far sals at sboat two-third
its cost. It has be -n to use but a few mama-, and fo- tune
is seldom excedel. Any perron is wint of a first rate
instrument at a moderate price, would do well to examine
it, Iaquire of
d4 laus? MRS. W'ARREaV, 304 Broadway
A M L" S E M E N T S.
.No. -s7 Bowrry.
THIS- EVEMNti December 16 iae performance wt|i
cocmeoce with Granu American Enirec by eijhi
la.: ies acii gentlemen.
To be followed bv
JACK THE GIANT KILLER
After whi n?
A GRAND C HINESE STICK DANCE
To ccuclud?; ?iTh?
THE BUNTED TAILOR
???>or. open a: a quarter p?-t 6 o'clock, performance
coniait ncca at 7.
Boxe? So-. eels. Pit 25 eenta. die
'1'HE ONO ANN?AJL BALL ol thi
I I WON ISTS'ASSOCIATION will be sivea at Goth
iieMasonuj Ball on Fnday Eeerdng. December 17
lill. The Committee on their part plc'ge ineiu-elve
that no expeu.e or pains w:ll be spared :o reader this our
...f tk? u;o-t attractive and pleasant Billsof the ,ea?en
A t'uil and erhole'.: BauJ is enpged?Leader Mr. S. K
Dingle. Ticket? *i; to be e,a ?..- following Commit
ice SIL \S CHICKER1NG, 312 Broadway.
T. C. UVCK. 92 V.x it
A. It. VANDtRZEE 92 Vesey-st.
A. C. REYNOLDS. 92 veeey-at.
J. CARLISLE 91 William-st.
J. M. DO.VNOI GH. Star llou ?. 5 Duaae-et.
H. CAl KV 35 Reade???_
s J. SMtTH, il- Eas Isroadway.
Capt J. K WOLF. 99J Wasbirgton-st,
C. B.vKl K. ? Whitest.
A. PEACOCK, Broadway aad Chamher-st.
ti. GRAY, Sri rotary.
John Low x. Treasurer. dt? 10t
.ATE AND .TIABBLE BED BIlLIaRI
TABLES, wi h both Iron and Maaoeauy Frames, ovei
l ? 1 ...i i\ Esiiug Rooms. No. It Ann ?'. ai d ? I.' Fulto
"t . Tae greatest and b. ?t .'ssortment cf T .tie, " nh a
| in*.-European improvement*, are in full operation. Kuy
er? a::-I players are invited to call and trv them, uly if u
HOL. DAY PRESEiNTaT
COJIETHING NE TV.-Beautiful
0 .viu-ic eTexquisitn lints,and h'ghlv perfumed will
ie, .Mj.k. Lebie's Favorite., Ac Ac ? (TWILL'S
Music Establishmeut,2t)l Broau?av. n-ar Si. Paul's^
The propriei ir ever tnanklnl to h.? uuiw rtu< customers
tor thi liberal patronage be-t -wed, has. at much expense
leaned a large ass rtmea of tew and admired Song*
Duetts, Walixrs H?renes, dec. dec The titles of man
are embellished sritn highly ri ished Vignettes, aad si
eleg atly printed on highly perfumed paper, of six vane,
colors, of mo?t delicate anil heauti'ai lu.ts. Nothing csi
exi I the >? i pai.ee of a'ooK of thi* Mu-ic: sad for "pre,,
?at., Ij the lau-iejl or fashionaMo world, ilciuiiot be c*
f. ?l,? elecantly bound in a .hor: time.
The price of trio perfumed and tinted Mask is th" ,nu
as on wuite paper, as low u? cau be obtained at anv ot th
ma'l .|fp- about town. dB 3?
WOKA3J & HAL (illWdl T.
5bl and 5*^1 Broadw it, neatly opposite Niblo's Garden.
OANCY AM? FURNlSdING ARTICLES actually
L sold for ".'j tu 3X1 per ceat b-lo* former prices. .
.?rent variety ot which are adapted to the present sea.oi
andere of u.e newest style.
S COMPLETE sssoKTMUIT or
New pattern G I Fixture...
Handle and Gas Caanoebers.
aViraietole. ormolu Silvered sod Bronze, 1 to 5 light,.
Ca. del ihras 4 in is ig'"ts. ,
As.r.l Lamp.,, of the latest pattern, of even size, verv
II nl L imps and La sterns.
Cand'esucks, n ceei variety.
II iod, BeaSing, Side ami Man'el Lamps.
Cbuich chandeliers and Lumps, a lsr.n assortment.
Pliied Revolving Castors.
Cake Baskets, Toast R,ek?
Bu ler am! Fi-h Knives.
Table Cutlery oi all kiads.
Britannia Tea aad C rt'ee Sets.
lapan Waiters of all prices.
Gi mi it Silver Spoons Hid Forks.
Frenth Porcelain Dining, Ii??ert and Tea Wire.
RICH CUT AMD PLAIN GLASS.
Wines and Tumi l-es, Champagnes,
Liquors, Gl ? rets, Goblets Flaggoos,
Dei aniers. Water Ro ties.
Hock j.ii.I Fine r Glas.es,
TuiIli Sotlli s Celli ry Glasses.
Palts, Glas Pucaers, Ice Creams,
Lemonades, s .^-ir D -ties. Ac. Ac.
<:OOI>ss TO LOAN.
A separate s'ock of splendid Ch ndelieis,
Caudelabras, Lamps, Cbiua Glass, Table Cutlery, die
Si<s? furnished at all time. 'Ill 2wi?
p Xi P Y'TVK sll(M KtIF DRY " OO US
i-J SELLIN?! CHEAP.?The pr-acni extniordiuar
panic ir the marey market his >nabled the subscriber s
purchase some rare hsrgalLs duriug lbs past few dny
whieh they not? cfX-r a*, a amaM probt to 'heir customer,
I'l.ey v? .II also ? ell during Ihe present month, at reduce
;.r CCS, th" greater purl of th''ir rplcadld slock of Fn'.
Goods, so as to enable tbtm to make thnr Sp.ing pur
ck i as, i ntirely for cash. Look oui, then, for bargains ai
our store, from uow nil New Year's.
Blankets, Flannels, Winter Shawls, Merinos, ant sue!
like ",\ inter Goods, will be cleared out very cheap. N
objections to uiicurrent mouev. and broken hank, takei
itar-a. sable discount- BROWN At URO.UH ART.
dl53 i.' SO Catbaiine street.
H~ ~?~Ssssvoll si SJALIC4HEM.?-BnotV.v A
ITRO.UIIART nti'er at pnsent the handsomest Shil?
ling Calicoes ever exhibited in ibi? city:
1 case rieh d ,rk stoae colored ground with chintz
figure, I2s cents pervard.
- ca-es dark Ubioegronnd wuh bright figure, same price
1 ca--1 cliucolatc striped and figured, I color., Is. pei
3 do hl ick and whue, neat patterns ; also, striped do, I?
Most of the ., coods cannot be purelias.d elsewhere fw
ie.. sban 's ?1 per yard.
Ladies >?ho wish to give away a good article abou
Chrirlmas without going to much expense, eliould avai:
themselves of this opportunity
BROWN i BRQUHART, One Pnre-snore,
dl5 3.is* SU Catharine st. corner of Midi.on.
A FI LL ASSORTMENT OF
ruEt'.'CH and SNGLISH CASSIMEREs
or THI Latest rsl.L and wi>T?a PATTSanS,
Cau be found at the
Ncsr.^'ork ( nah Tnilorinx Latubliahiiicni
I t i Fulton-street, near Broadway,
Whvre particular atteation is paid to cutting Pints u
any style oar customers may wish, and matte at the short
?;>t LOUee. A great variety of Diamond, Vine aid Bond
street Beaver, for Ov ercoats, made lo order, in a sty I.
-iirpas.ed by none, and at prices to mit the most econoin
ieal Also our u.ual full assortment of West-of-Knelun
am! French Cloths, together with me Woolen, Velvets
Oaahmerea, Brocade and oilier Silks for Vestings.com
prises as full in assortment as can be fouud m the city.
Strict punctuality ob.erved in tilbug orders. Cash oi
del,very, and no abatemeul in prices.
N P.?Those persons in want of a good and fa?blouabi.
Overt >st, ii a rajd-rale price, are luviied lo call and ex
imine our ,t>l? and qoelil? before parehasmg elsewhere
? s M-. Gaylerd g vea his whole atteuiion to the culling de?
partment, whose s'une is a sure guarantv lor a firat-rati
tit. o4 tf J C B sOTH. Agent.
CLOAK*. OVEBI'O.VTS Sc FKLTOS,
READY MADE AND 31A DE TO ORDER
Krond vvny 1'nab TnilorinK Eainblialimen
33, per cent Discount frum Crniil Prtcti
THO-E desirous of,.uppling ibeinselve? with - tie above
articles, as well as every ether fasblouabl? Garment
* : Sod it .o their iniereat to call at the Broadway Cash
railortog Eslabli.hment, where s.ill be fcund a spleudi
aaso uneai ?f ihe b^?t materials, made to crder. at price.
wbicS caunoi fall lo sslisfy Hie most economical.
Terms cas i on delivery.
e-3 rj i," ARTHUR L. LEVY, 159 Broadway.
?Ve'RCOA'IS a.mj cloaks.
AT WV.TIAN'S BOO.IK, 235 Broadway, up
ttairs. a Urse assortment of superior ready mad.
O.'-rroaU Cioaks. and Winter Frocks, waich will be sole
it reduced prices. AI o a largu a-sortmeni of Over-toe
Cloths and French fancy Doeskins, for penis, which aril
ne iaaJ.- luto Garments at bargains. Geutlecn are invi
ced f. cull and examine bis slock of Goods and style o
I Overcoats. i 2" I mi
AVID e? AN DS dk tO. Apoiueeires an
CuemistS, TT East Broadway eoraer of M.rkel at.
uave con-iantly oa hand a complete assortment of ihe very
best D ug- and M.dicites , Freuen, Ecglisfl and Gerinai.
Al-o. a large stock of choice Perf-imerv, Faucy S ap
Coiob,. Brushes, and -plendidcui g aesCoIagne i'e.'..,
. I article required for the toilet or nursery.
Pnysiciaea' Pr?scr:ptioas and Fom.ly Re<;ipes preparec
us ihe most careful manner.
Medicine Cheats for sale; also, filled and retitted on
the most reasonable terms.
Leeches uf the best kind always for sale or applied by
an experience! personal suy hour.
Medicines delivered at any hour of the night.
EVIDENCES nf their great worth in r.Uevini
Coneh. Col<'.. Consumption. Whooping Cough, Anb
ma, Htfoiac^e, Palpitation, Lo*aea* of apirits, Worms
anil all uervou* di-easea.
D?ul ^t. Fry. Es-j No. ? avenue.
Mr. P.ader, 4r? Chatham st the famous segardealer.
Mr. E G. Stacv, mahog..nv dealer,
Cel E S. Benson. 219 Ble'ecker st.
Benj Crombie. 100 Fultoa st. ,
And many oiher. nave been cured by them. Waoleaaj
md reUil at \< a Nassau St., 1=>= Bowery- '--21 Bleecker.
Ha Uon, TT t est Broadway and 1J7 Foltoa ?treet- ?r?sos
LllLLrsoF USE ?fc^^^^7;.vT?nC
H ionic Railroad. Buffalo, and all lb
? .Iso St Lawrence. Olean. and all the F.ea o.
Red r?ek Bank, -a this uken ?mhoal any dm
cos ? for Cloths Casa.meres.I-lannel^?vX.al tae lowest
o?h pneo, at 4dl Gre*awicQ-.u, ??* Canal, dll imia
A lit'TlON SALE*.
BY J*. DRAPKXi Jr.
Store 54 WUKoan^treei. -iwr of Pint-street
THURSDAY. Dec. 16.
Also, for c"!t. 5 casesof cxtrt super sad serv heavy,
blaca. ead?l mixed and black mixed Samseu, damaged
FRIDAY. Decemb-r 17.
At 1 o'clock at the Merchants' Exchange.
For f*ribe.- particulars. >cc advertisement ugLed R .
M. A S. E. Blaichfvrd.
AJ?o, a b >n ! and mortgage for gi'YS) upon a vary raja .
ibhs Faim. ?Ith large d?'ailing and out-house. etc. in Ha
? entra*. Rockland Crusty, New.York, payable in 4
veers, with T per cent- interest, and haviag additional se?
curity attach r? thereto, as will be expressed at the Urse
if sale. Said Farm ia considered worth five Urne? the
imount of the meng?re.
1 UESDAY, Dec. SL
FbexCS c>n (las vaM Fascv liecav?By catalogue?A
arge and.rieb ?*>ortmeatof French a.sd Gcnnau Faaeyr
'i o I? ju?t lauding from Havre and Bremen, arorthy the
ttes'ion of the trade. Terra? cf sale, for all sums over
* si. Smooth- credit for appreved eudorsid note*? under
ill 0;cash, without discount. Consisting ef 40 eurem of
?syr, wes J. and itn t >ys. of every description, all uew
ty es; l*dt*V ?ork boxes; piano and book shspe ladies'
'ud genu.m-c'? toilet boxes; s-enllemea's shaving and
raveii. r ca cs foraished with every article for laioicdi
i e ?!??'. cigar and saafl oxea.of varsoaa kmoa. giltcle? K<
f ihe newest ?. yle, some with the Castle of St Jesu De
lets. Ac; tUbasterclocks news'y'e getbic. 4 and ft co?
lumns; music boxe?, playing 6 airs and overture* of the
?earst G-r?i n and I ahan compositior; a large assort?
ment of reg., pins, chain*, Sie. nade of coal an satire
.e* article; got ring?, inns,chains, Ac. Ac. Also silver
srtieles, consisting of ri ag.ee pms, ear rings bracelets,
?eck ernameots. snchTboxes.kaives and forks, ?alt cel?
lars cigar holders, .v.-. A.c. Also, cold articles, eoas'sling
?f'tags, ear nags pins, tafe'V chains head orn-meals,
:igar tubes Ac. Ac. Also a iarge sssortmeot of ihm?
oid gla ? articles for presents, mauv entirety new. A'si>
?a assortment ol gold and silver leptie watch's, anchor
eapeinent, 4 S a.d j-wrl*. Also I case of French wri
ing no! not. psper. fancy sral plain.
Catalogue, aed sample? morning of ??l?.
.si l-Jj o'c rsek.st th- Merchsni." Kxeheare
New OaLCaXs ClTT 9Ts CK.-$4d000 ?I" New-Orlcsna
"?ty SiocS, beariag an interest ?? ri per cent per annum,
l iyab> ,. ml-aoa*a ly on the l-i May an.) November
Iba Manha ten Bank ? ? the Ci v of NewYark, rmlecuv
t,le on ihe 1st May, 133 ?.
AtlSn'cloek, at the A-c i Room, 54 Willi am-st
Tig Iron?Perem'ery sa!? n ' i'll ton. Pig Iron. No. I
ad asaaufacturrd by ihe Stanhope Iron Company a*
steaaope, New J?rsev.
THURSDAY, at 19 o' lock.
? r> i,e? white Pongees, 3d inch, d msged on the voy igo
f in orratioa, to ho sold for cash lor the benefit ef whom
t may concern.
?r *mv*rr ?s.?i.tt ? e ca.es Fau-v Fren-h Styl- Cissi
.ep-Viu. Oxford Fancy Doe Skii, Cadot. Mixt De
einv l e. ? o.. a ?u| enor eitiele,
AT PRIV4TE3ALE?Cbiaa?Black Si'k B-ikf-. do
issorted Sewine Bilks.
Joiiaa RiciinrUs. Auctioneer.
BV mam;s, riciiarhm a pi ATT.
.s'tiirr Ida Hrs'.ak's,.
THIS EVENP G 16th inat.
Elegant Eng ish and Ann-rnaa Annuals. Eiu'e'tiaaerf
ad Picturesque Hooks, Juvenile aud laucy bound It. - k?.
ui able for Hie Holidays.
among; them are. Cabinetef Mo.bru An : " 'si i, The
im-of An to, Hj.s. ?..aih? Annual for 1?.'; Frei. I.
mil 's Ottering, ls4'. The Hem. IM ; The Dahin. I-'IJ;
lose of Sha r.-ii .'i , Ha-lia'. llluslrati-ns of the Itibl ?,
Tisher'? s'iew? in r*oasuatieople, dec.
Also, tollewing elegant Annuals, .unable fir all uraeoaa
svng no d ue on iham- Finden', Tableau, Belle of a
?-. on, Fisher'? Drj.in. Room Scrap Rook. Healh's
Drawing Room Port "-'olin. Hootk's Pictartsqae Annasl,
I vo's K??, ,ake; Chi eren of N 11 Hy, Ambois 1 I Eng
' 'rd; llaroiiig ? Port F- bo, A c. Ac.
Abo. an BXtensive collect!"!! of Standard Bo-k?. in
lading Scott's Works; Byron? Work?; Coleridge's do,
? e? intly b on .) moroci o. Ti e Parlor B ok, Bvo; I'hsrlee
''Malle?; Gieeliei'- History of l'ie Church. Mahaa'? Civil
?agieeering. 8vo; Stuart on Hebrew,, ttarileti's Optics,
auib"'? Tour; t?reuor> '? Vaihemaiics; Humo and (too!
in'? History of England, Ac
Al-o. upwards o> 900 volumes of uew and popular Ju
enrVs, rbildieo'a Boos a. *c.
Cata'ogUSJS are now ready and the Books arranged for
At 61 o'bli ck. at the >al. a Room.
Standard Rooks ?A I<rge and valuable collection ef
?taiidird Rook ?. including many fine Lib ary cdllious of
'oeticnl, II sioncal, Theolrg cal Uicgiaphical aim Mm
At.o. a larsn variety ef Annuals aud Books ia Fauey
*? nding, suitable for h -le'av gifta
!*ATUM D sY MORNING,
At 11 o'clock, at thn Sales Room.
Oil Paintiscs ? VVi bout reserve lo close a cons'gn
?eat, a v .lnabli- collection by ihn most eminent old maa
ters of the Italian and Flemish schools . being the unsold
, rtion of the extensive aud choice collection commenced
? n Tuesday last. _
3to?c 169 Bro.uwsv ? Ncw-Yi'rk I.ono Roum.
?JUIE Countmr Rooms of C. C. MAK8H, S8 Codar
1 street, continue open from !l A. M. to 0 P. M. in or
>.'r that merchants and others may avail themselves i f a
?our-uof instruction tint is iruly practical; one that em
waces a complete iouhuh of mercautile transactions aed
nareaatile eelcalatioes; ai d one in wmch ibo student ac
ually keeps a ?et ef books in a counting house. To those
-Ho are auai q-iaiuied woh lbs advernser's repulaliou,
o; rieaires to say. ih >t his principal work en book-knep
ng ha. pissed into ten editions, ili.it it receives the pro
e ?in:" in the Nes-York Public School, and oilier large
institutional au-l thai he, liuasrlf. has the honor of being
a- appointed teacher of book keepil g for the " Mercantile
Library Aaaociation" of this eliy. Prospectuses, with
this may be bad at the counting rooa? aa ahovo.
pre at tent a on of th - re.id-r i, res'pect
l fully cnlbd to this improvement. The author is awere
bat it i* only necessary io ca'l aiteatiea to llie ciream
tarsce, that after years of experience, philosophical re
?earcn and at a very great expense, he h?. produced a
Im for leaching Writing ol great practical utility.
lastilete ler instrociioa and depot tor the sele of the
im l"-, i-'t6 BaOAOWAV coa.srcK or Park Plack
N. B ?The pi ui ma) Ii i used as a perfect self instrin;
or. d 15 I hi is"
p O Is OrStTI IT 11*61 Wit I I 1 M. AM) BOOR
It KF.cPING ACADEMY,381 Broadway, opposite
.Vasbington Hull.?Mr. GOLDSMITH respectfully m
ormi the ladies and geutlemca ol New York aud Urook
yii. thai Ins Rooms are now open fur the rceeptiou o
lupilx nxd visiters.
Sir. 6. pledges himself to impart to all, in Ten Lesaona
ifOrielloua Each, kis much admired system of Mta
ind a masterly command of the pea, which his own ipe
imens ->nd practical exemplifications will illustrate, ?i it
acy caunoi possibly ever lo.e in their future practice.
Mr. G. has received the First PaCMICM tkrc -ucceas
ve years for the best SPaCtM BUS OF orr-usno PtriMAS
hip exhibited at the Fair, of the Americas' IrtSTITU'taV.
Terms, Five Dullars, tacluding Sutsoaery, payabl i
Bennett's System of Book Keepiug taught by a prr.- ti
al ac.-ouiuau!. dl.'l Iwi-'
Wa I t'HKSS a.no JK WEI.RY i rllm >
DAY PitESENTa.?Jusi received by the sabsen?
?ier. some very fineGo'd and Silver Lever, Aackor Esca|s< -
.lent, aud Lepuw Watches. Also a few Diaai r:-l P.^-c
mil Kings, and f'srasi) Pins, f-rr radiis. Gold Chains. Pei.
ulr, Ac; all of which be Is ??Itog, ai retail l.wnr than at
,uv oner plac in the city. Gold Wala;hea as low ua 3t>
n jli -aeh. Watc'tes and Je*elry exrli^nged or bought,
\ll Watches warranted io keep good lime, or the money
-eturued. Watches and 1 locks repaired in the best
manner, at much loss than the usual prices, by one of tri
finest workmen in the city. G. C ALLEN,
Importer of Watches and Jewelry, whob.ale an 1 retail,
de I mis Ne. 20 Wall-sL an a airs.
i iL I MAX EATING HOUSE,
No ?V in SUCCESSFUL OPERATION,
No. 1-19 Fulton -t. extending to H Ann-?t. clear through
from Street to olre.et,
T O L E T
And the Furnitura end Fixtures far sale or f xchanged for
.roperty in the city or v cinity. To ibo?e ?hoaroae
paiated with il? unrivalled localitv, the respretahility of
is customers, and the advantage of II? thoroughfare from
?treei lo Street so s-ldom obuine.l, il is superfluous.to
-xpatiate on these anrt many other iiid iceineui? by which a
:ompetent per.?n must bevittbly realises large and pro
-itar.e business of the be.t kind. AH farther inlormviou
?snl be given fcy the proprietor, whose only reason lor oi
fering this highly favored plee- to let is urgent busine.?
vh.cn nnexf-eatedly compel, his immediate pcr.onaUl
?^udaiiee r-K-ntuckr. , . v^ua ??? .in k.
On FRIDAYS Ba?s. with other boilei t ish. w,U be
.erred up. The finest Oysters, fried, stewed or in the.
"^DINNER fr*m ''- :o w,ti> ^ u,U)l1 v?rie'-y 01 'be
..?,'?, Deduce of ihe Market?.
3?.;.f steax... Veal Cutlets. Mntwn and Pork Chops,
19 l 'J cents; Roast Partridge 25 cenu, with every other
lelicacy io sau all tastea.
Tsa sn-l O ffe? slway? ready. 3 cents s cup. n19 tf
^iylOfT^KK?lrrt dt Ha7<DS?MF. TKr.TH.
O Sherman's Oeria Tooth Paste will sweeten 'he breath,
nardea the turns, whuen the teeth and keep thim from
.cb'ng. Warranted not lo injure them, recommended
?>y Dr. Elbot the oc di?t, - si.; Dr. C-stle tbe dis
insuished dentist, S07 Broadway: Dr. Cbdion the woll
? nown chemiAt. and every ^ody thst ha? use.J it. One
thous-ind dollars will be forfeited if it ever injured any
-ne t teeth,or if it tan be surpassed. Sold at lOdNssasa
a'., 16? Bowery. 77 East Broadway, 231 BleeoSer,-.37
'tud*r.nat and IW Fulton si Prooklsn- lm'?
LEfcaJsatsra ass-FfLX BS? by Mr.. SARAU E.
HARPER 4d Veaej.st, who ha- many years expe?
rience in the basines?, Je"' ^