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THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 23.
tJT For New? by the Columbia aad the conclusion
of Dr. Lardner's Lecfare on Electri: ty, see First Page.
IT Fer the f.nal chapter of Barnaby Rnige. see
Halk-way RxPCDlATlOJt.?We regret to see a
?class of legislators andj urnals engaged in raising
nice- distinctions in regard to Repudiation, and con?
tending that, while a State ought to pay the utter?
most farthing of her bwnds for which she has
received full value, vet she is justified in refusing
payment on others, as in cases where she has
entrusted them to others for nego'iition and tbey
have retained or squandered a good part of the
proceeds?or where her agents have hypothecated
them for much less than their face and been unable
to prevent their sacrifice?or even where those
? gents have actually sold them on a credit, to pur?
chasers who provod dishonest or unable to nay for
them. These cases, it is speciously contended,
form exceptions to the general rale?the State
Hoes not really owe the money, and ought not to
pay it. Let us consider the question.
A State?siay Indiana?deliberately resolves to
establish a State Bank on borrowed capital, or to
embark largely in Internal Improvements. Hei
Legislature passes acts accordingly, authorizes the
issue of bonds and the negotiation of loans, an?'
appoints Commissioners to do the business. The
bonds are executed by the proper authorities, and
put in the hands ef her Commissioners to nego?
tiate. All this is matter of public notoriety.
Each is a solemn promise of the State to pay to
the bolder the principal and interest stipulated
therein. It is not a promise to pay in rase the
!5ank is well managed and makes money, or in
case the internal Improvements prove a profitable
investment?these are the risks voluntarily a?.
sumed by the State, and not imposed by her on
those who may be induced to furnish her with the
means ef ptosocuting her undertakings. She aays
to the whole world. ' Lend us money, and taki
our obligation, payable to any one who may hold it.'
[n this form, being readily negotiable and trans?
ferable, the obligation is more valuable than in any
other, and of course commands n higher price. 1'
i i the interest of the Stato so to i?stie them, even
in view of the fact thai llieii facility may be abused.
Well; the bonds are issued, and voluntarily
transferred by the State's agents to purchasers or
brokers. They are unconditional promises of the
Slate to pay to beater s? much for value
received. For some she has received value;
f .r others she hus taken part pay and pait promi?
ses ; for some her agents may have chosen to take
promises alone. At all events, they are sold, and
thrown into ihe market, atul have per Imps passe I
through rive hundred hands before interest day. It
comes at length, aad the holder steps to the propei
quarter for his interest. He ts met with a rebuff:
"Sir, for this bond we received full consideration,
" and we will pay the interest ; but th.ni/ one was
" bought by a swindler or bankrupt who has kre
" ken his contract to pay for it, or was bypotheca
" ted wdh a broker for a quarter of iis face, and
" sold to cover bis lien?so we shall not pay for it:
"aid this is partly paid for arid partly not; you
"must wail till we boo how we come out with it,
" and we will then tell you whether we ahull pa)
" all, or part, or nothing."?' But,'says the trem?
bling holder, ' I found these solemn promises
' of Indiana to pay so many dollars to the
bearer, floating in the market; I bought them at
' their current value?one the same as another, re
' lying on the pledged fuith of the State : you do
'not deny the promise; I ask its fulfilment: the
'bread of my children, the education of tint orphans
' whose means I have here invested, depend upol
'yuur fidelity. The folly ef your agents in volun
' tarily parting with the bonds for inadequate con
' sideration or on insufficient security, was a mat
' t.er entirely within your discretion and beyond
' mine. Pay me, or give me a chance to establish
' my cluitn in a Court of Justice.'?" Sir," says the
State Treasurer, buttoning up his pocket, ?< l ean";
"he bothered. IIV sold our bonds to rascals, and
" yon must sutler for it. We won't pay, and you
" ean't sue us. Make tracks, and whistle for youi
" money I"?Now it may be that there is a softei
t'rni for this than swindling ; but can any be more
One year ago we would ba\e appealed to the
honor of americans to spurn from them this ab
horrent doctrine of Repudiation in every shape
and form : since the result of the Mississippi Elec?
tion wo can only appeal co Whigs ; and we beseech
them to hear and heed us. We see intimations in
the journals that Whig Senators in Indiana bav<
given countenance to the project of repudiating
those portions of the State Bonds fairly in the
hands of innocent holders, for which no considera?
tion has been realized. If any entertain such h
purpose, we beseech them to renounce th-.- Whig
party forthwith, bill go where their doctrines and
their principles will ensure them a welcome and a
congenial atmosphere. Gladly would we be found
i.i a hopeless minority, and subjected to perpetual
defeat, rather than be tainted with il.e fraternal
breath of Repudiation, and the lasting infamy which
it must entail on all concerned in it. If a Stale
with a population of Seven Hundred Thousand
and a property valuation of Two Hundred Mil
lions, shall deliberately resolve to turn common
s wind terato rid herself of a fraction of her debt ol
Fifteen Millions, we pray that she may at the same
time lake up hei proper place in the ranks of L<>
co-Focoism. and stay there until she shall have be?
come renewed lo Honesty and Truth.
A Dreadul Tragest. The Georgetown,
Ohio, Standard, of the 13th inst., says?? On Fri?
day morning last, Mr. Hugh O'Neil, of Perry
township, in this county, was found dead near the
door ft" his house, and his house burning over the
murdered bodies of his wife, and three children t>l
T. 0. Rilev. who were living with the deceased.?
From circumstances, it was supposed that he mm
dcred his wife and the three children, set fire tu
the bouse, and cut his own throat. No other
cau>e can be assigned for this horrid deed than
Heads Up!?W e are gratified in being able t>
announce thai the loan of $100,000, in aid of tbr
Housatonic Railroad Company, has been taken up.
and almost exclusively by tie Stockholders. W *
understand that a surplus of $6,000 is to be found
oa the subscription books. The Directors, in the
? >ur*e ol the present week, will give notice of the
time ot resuming payment on demand. As thr
road is now completed, the line of communionth?
between New-York and Albany via. Brid-eror
will soon be opened. [BridgeponSian. of Motu
The ?tt-Engl and Hocirty
Hr]d ita thirty-.e*cnth Annual Meeting at the
X.'or House yeatercay, when the following Officers
were chosen f?r the vear ensuing :
JOSEPH HOXIE, Presidents
ThoxasFs3.frj.DCi.,Sweo* D^w J.. ^ - ?'?
Samvel J. Tiso^rvJEnwaJtn S. Got.-o, John A. Is
deswood Cou'trlors i ? t t
Pairt Kibc'..*: ft??r*T P Psr.r. John Thomas, Ac
k Uar?ao. '"hm Tri? rtair.ham. Elijah H
KiMMix.EbMVt(0 Com... Benjamin W. Bonnev, At
nttont do :
Cal? p BAStsrow, Treamtreri
ALrocK a. V. ?kk>. Sterttff.
The Society then adjourned to the 22d of De?
cember, 1542. x
A: 3 o'clock. P. M. the Society and its friends
assembled in the Tabernacle, where, after an OJe
by the New-York Sacred Music Society and a
Prayer by Rev. Dr. Spri.no, the Annual Oration
was delivered by Prof. C. B. HaDDLtk of Dart?
mouth College. N. H. After n retros-ec: of the
nistory connected with the Landing of the Pil?
grims, the Orator proceeded to a searching analy?
sis of the distinguishing traits of their common
charactct, and the im; rcss which they have left en
their defendants, and tiiencc upon the face ef out
Continent. He maintained that, apart fum theii
reverent piety mid dauntless energy, their indus?
try, sobriety and ali dome-tic virtues, the Pilgrim
Fathers were eminently an educated and intel*
I lecttml people, fur before their age in their ideas
of Government, Society, and Freedom in Religion.
They were not perfect?they did not pretend to
be?hut the spirit which can overlook their lofty
Faith, their burning; Zea] for Right ftnd Liberty,
their vast achieve merits for Humanity, to dwell
upon their transient delusion in regard t~ Witches
and their harshness to the 4'iaker-. is not to Lc
envied but deplored.
Prof. Had duck closed with a beautiful elucidation
of the pet fees accordance of the love of Hone which
dwells in every New-Englander's breast w-ith that
spirit of fearless Enterprise which carries so many
of then: to the utmost corners of the earth. Through
all their wanderings and advciitutes. the love tt
Home is still the guiding-star of every true Son of
the Pilgrims; his heart points ever to the dear
spot of its nativity, und thrills at thn memory of the
sunny hill-sides ai.d smiling villages by which it is
surrounded. And at Inst when life's struggles
draw to their clause, w hen its fitful lever is nearly
ended, his spii il ye irris intensely fur the scene ot
its earliest associations, und bis form is often laiii
in death beside the father who guided his i.-.fant
footsteps, and the mother on whose bosom ho was
?After the pe: formanm of the Grund Hallelujah
Chorus by the Sacred Musie Society and the in?
vocation of a hie-sing by Rev. Dr. Wainwright,
the meeting adjourned to the Astor House, where
the Annual Dinner was prepared, to which about
three hundred ladies j:it down to a sumptuous and
elegatit banquet, from winch all Wines nnd Al?
coholic Liquors icerc strictly excluded. In the
face of a violent attack from the lending organ of
depravity in our City, every tb-ket had been so d
before 3 o'clock of the day, arid many applied fot j
At 7 P. M. the company snt down to their ie.
past, which was graord by the prescHce? of over
one hundred fair Daughters of New-England.
After ample justice had been done to the subslati
mils and delicaries provided, the cloth was re.
moved und the following toasts were drank, in tin
puie and wholesome beverage of Nature, which
had been procured by the host from Plymouth
Rock?no oilier being used on this occasion :
1. The Day :?it animates us to new struggle* in the
cause of Truth and Freedom.
The Generous Hollanders, who gave protoctian
1? our Fathers in exile. He who tui n? not jway from ex
eeheuce in u> depression, is worthy to share us exaltu
.ion 'ool retard.
Nkw-Ekgland?May the- knowledge of what she m
sever in- .it war with tin; remembrance of what she v.ia.
I The CLEaGVOf New-England: who iu Theology
und Morels (like thi Pilgrim- m respect to Civil Govern?
ment) resolved to be governed by the Word of God until
thev conld lin I something liettrr.
[Rev. Dr. SraiKG of uns City ri sponded to this toast in
an eloquent and impressive Speech.]
.v Professor Haddock, the Orator of the l' ly.
[Mr. Hadduck briefly returned thanks for ihn honor
conferred on him. ?ml gave the following sentiment:
.Vtie-1 vrk?Souienhat later ia the lists, but already
foremost in the i sc -.1
ti. The Common Schools of New England: A sys
'em of Internal Improvement wh cfa nas created a debtui
gratitude that her Sons will never repudiate.
Mr. Ames of Massachusetts responded to this sentiment
in an eloquent und glow n: ipeecb, which thrilled the
hearu of .ill who heard him. In conclusion bogave :
Tht Youth <>f ifcur-Kugland?May they grow- up in ihc
ICHriiiue of the Village School?the hoy- to he 'tcr itiun
?aeir ratners?the girl* to be as cood as ibeir mothers. |
7. 'I'm Dm ran Stai es? Harrieu together for good and
for ill: What tiod iu Ills providence und wisdom be*
joined together, let no man in In- folly put asunder.
8. The Staie of New-Yoek i Among the iii.iluf.inuua
classes w inch compose her population, let il be out mm to
full behind nous in the discharge of all the duties of goou
9. The City or New-York i The c^eclt? she baa ex.
(icriem ed in hrr pecuniary imparity may trarh h'ir that
Boijamia Frankliu's ' Way to Wealth' is, after all, as
good as any.
10. oos tSlsTER CwaRITaKI.E Soi IETIES of new-york
We cordially give them, one and all, ihn right n.tud of
This io:i?t was appropriately responded to by th- Prc
idruta ol tbesovoral Societies present, fur ?hoso leinark.
we have na room. They gave the following sentiments ?
Ho the Prtsident of St. George's.?The Authors of
? .Ne? England.
Hf /a: Prtsident of >'r dndrew's.?-The Goddesa nfRe
j form?When she appears ia the z irh winch she this eve
j nine w- ?rs slie will never want * ?unis.
ttu the 1'rtndent of St. Patrick's.?The rich man's
' friend?tue pool man's benefactor.
By the President of St. iMckolas'?The principles . :
the Pileriiu fathers?They have erected a beacon Ugh
? whii-h win yet illumine the world.
The President here read a letter from C. X. Faser,
Fresident of th" German Society, expressing the most
friendly feelings, and concluding with an appropriate
Tht President of St David?.?The memoiy of the La?
dy Arabella Hamilton.
IL, Ova Guests.-the Ladies: Tbobest return we can
make for their presence is to acknowledge the misery ?t
endure in their ?bscin.e.
[This tosst w as happily and eloquently responded to
by PaKK BENJAMIN, Esq., for w!m-c remarks we reglet
that we have uo room )
The regular Toasts having b.'en concluded a |
number of volunteers were given, of w hich we ob?
tained but the following :
l>> Thomas Fassenden, 1st V. P.?The New-England
Wife and Mother as she was: May bar example ucvei
bo departed fron1.
ByS Draper, id V. p.?The Peor Indian Wh'lc we
hoccr the meui-ry of the Pilgrims, let as not forget tin se
who welcomed them to Plymouth KocE.
By Edward ?j. Gould. Hl V P.?TUo American riebl of
itetfrioo? ui which WiLu.uol .\a;'o!con, wa> vanquished;
in wtnch Woman, not Wellington, was the victor.
The Prend*ut. Joseph Hoxi , , after a few fcbci
;ou? remarks, gsvr
The O.d S.iy St.:tc and her Ooeerno*?Honust John
Col. Bullock of Ma.?. re? ponded effective ly lo the sen
-.intent, and gave
T?r Dtmfkttrsof the PUgriats?Whether in or out ol
New-Fiiglanu, the jewels ni Ckti.tendotn.
it being now past 12 o'clock and the ludies re
tiring, we came away. lea\ ing a goodly corr.par.v
still in the bight ot" ibeir festivity. Long w ill the
first cold water celebration of the P?gr.m Festival
be remembervd as one ot" the happiest entertain- t
menu ever siven aad enioved in New-York.
_,.?,.?ii?im-m? ii ij_ tassssassssssssSSseaeWBs-ssewM.
By iMi5 Sarninn's Seatiiern Vail.
Correspondence of The tVew York Tribune.
Trrn.arr Bfporl.. Fi?.tnl Pinn ..Dehnte
on ihr Jleprnl of the Distribution
nill .Dehme oa the Tariff, Arc.
? Tuesday, Dec. SI.
To supply the deficit of .$14,218,070 in ike
Treasury for 1S42. as estimatisd in the report of
the Sf cretarr of the Treasury, in arcount of which
was ci'-'en in my last, the Secretary recommends
an extension of the term of that portion of the
Twelve MtlHon Liar, not set ttiken, aad a re-i-sue
of Five Million* Treasury Notvs for the bahnen of
deficit then remaining, and Two Million Dollars
estimate! necessary to meet emergencies of the
public service: he recommends an imposition of du?
ties on foreign articles imported into the United
States, to be selected -i with due regard to a rigid
restriction, in amour.:, to the actual wants of Gov.
eminent, and a proper economy in its administra?
tion." He then lay- down the principles which
should govern the adjustment of the Tariff for thi3
The usual number and Ij.OQn extra copies of i e
report wore ordered to be printed in die Senate.
The Secretary's Fiscal plan as described in the
Message, uas to-day laid before both H .?-.>. aji.i
in the Hons" referred to the select coremitti.c
In the Sen \te several bills were reported;?
tmong which are the following : by Mr. Hu.VTlS ?
tos, iron the Commi'teeon Commerce, mensosing
the pay of revenue officers who Und been ser.i::g
in tiie Navy ; by Mr. Smith of la. lot the ere uion
of u land district in Missouri:; by Mr. Linn, for
the relief of certain companies of Missouri volun
! teers. Various other bills of a private character
wen1 reported ami introduced.
Mr. Linn in pursuance of previous notice intro- ?
duccd a bill to repeal the Uistiibtition Act, and ap-1
proprio? the proceeds of the lands to the military
defences of the country : which having been once
rend, and the question beinj on its reference, an j
interesting debate sprung up continuing for over
two hours, in which many Senators participated.
Mr. Linn recommended the reference to the j
Committee <>u Military Affairs, as this Committee,
baring: in charge the defence of the country, was
prepare! to b>ok into this subject. Mr. S?lTH, of
Indiana, ?* Chairman of the Committee on Public
Land-, could not report favorably on it if sent to
thai Committee. Mr. Calhou.n thought the sub?
ject belonged t? neithei of t.'se above mentioned
Committees, but moved that it be referred t- a Se- j
leci Commttee. Mr. Fierce spoke of the im- 1
parlance of the bill, nnd the great need of appro?
priations f-jr the defence of the country. Mr. Al?
len vehemently advocated the repeal of the Dis?
tribution Act, and the appropriation of the land
proceeds t" the defence of the country. Mr. Pres
ton said, according to the instructions of his State,
tie thought distribution inexpedient and unwise;
and contended thul in the present state of the
country the best defence was to bo found in n
healthful fisc und sound Treasury. Mr. BtJ< has?
an though the reference sboulaV.be made to u Com
mttt-e who would fairly present iho subject to the
American People. The subject ought to be con?
sidered in n financial view, and the reference ought
tobe to the Committee on Finance. He discours?
ed largely on economy, opposing the extravagance
of the Government, und mentioning the proposition
of ihe Post Master General to appropriate about
eight millions to Kail Road Companies for the
transportation of the trail. Messrs. Kino, Bah
kow and W oop ii wry advocated the reference ton
Select Committee. Messrs. MaKGUN and PREN
ri-s said it wus u bill of no details that required
toe examination of any Committee, but was in op
position to the will of the Senate, which will would
most dirr-ctlv be iiscertaitied by n direct vote.
The motion of reference to a Select Committee
faib-dt Yens 17; Nays 24.
Mr. KiNii then moved the reference to the Com?
mittee on Military Affairs, and Mr. Barrow t.?
the Committee on Finance. Mr. Rives opposed
the reference to any Committee, and called o divi?
sion of the question so us to vote fir-l on the com
mitt in:: of the nill. This was decided it, the nega?
tiv : Yeas lb': Nays 25.
The bill was tuen, on nioti n of Mr. Linn.
ciude the special order forth ee weeks from tc-daj.
In the IL.cse, the debate was continue 1 on the
reference of that portion of ti e President's Mes?
sage relating to ;ii Tariff, the original resolution
offered by Mr. Fillmore directing it to the Com?
mittee on Manufactures, im i the amendment ol
Mr. Athkrton to the Committee of Ways and
Mr. Solers o' <1. advocated the refen nee to
the Committee on Manufactures; w.u. h was co -
stituted to take charge of this subject. He favor, d
Mr. Linn of N. \. mode an able speech in favor
of ihe reference to the Committee on Manufac?
tures, advocating; the principles of protection and
showing that a mrui for revenue and protectii n
were not incompatible. He remarked incidental?
ly thut it the issue were mad<?which was unne?
cessary, and which he should regret?in the nd
iusrment wf the tariff between free and slave labi r
ha ihou d fee] bound to go in favor of the free svs
Mr. H'm. Bi'tler o' S. <"., favoring the refer
ence to the Committee of Ways and Means; prin
i ipally directed his remarks o a rep y io pn ? iot ?
arguments; and, among oim r-, to th' grounds
taken by Mr. Linn, styling it a sentiment which
common lioi.esiy, good tuiih, and regard t ? con- ;?
tuiionui obligations, could never sanction, than
which the highway robber never uttared a broadei
principle of plunder ami rubbery. He com -nde.i
that the Constitution guaranteed to the South equ ?
protection to their labor w th that of the N irtb,
and placed them on the same footing.
Mr. Rayner contended that the tar.rt propose 1
to be raised being for revenur, the subject shouid
go to the Committee of Ways and Means, which
had control of tne subject of Revenue. He sp ike
al length, with his accustomed eloqueree and
ability, and avowing himself totally opposed to
Protection, a* it submitted other portions of the
Union to onerous exactions for tne bent-nt of manu?
factures. Reference had been made to the views ot
the acting President on this .-ubj-ct. He \ Mr. K.
knew not nor car"d what they mishi be. It ill
became the great Wh g party whose wateb-wor t
had been ' Resistance to Kxecuttve Dictation' to
consult the views of tlie acting Pr-sidem on this
subje. t. It was apparent tiiat he whs hi favor ol
discrimination??evMr. R.) woald not say intav..r
of it, but thai he vihe Piesident) had said he teas.
Mr. MaK-'Hai-L of Ky. took the !5.oor and gave
way to a motion lo adj urnment. argos.
Ri.roKT i ion ihe Fiscal Agent.?The Intel?
ligencer of ye-terday contains the Fiscal Plan of
trie Secretary of the Treasury, which, as will be
seen by our Washington letter, was transmitted to
the House of Representatives oa Tue-iuy. It is
very long atd is accompanied by the B:li. The Sec?
retary says that tt has been fits intention to till up
the general outline of the measure proposed by the
President in his recent Message cud that he ' is di?
rected by the President to accompany the Bill with
a general exposition of the views entertained by
him. and concurred in by his constitutional advisers,
respecting it." Our readers are already acquainted
> with the provisions of the Bill which are the same
i as wer?' suggested in the Message, and although
? we should be triad to say more of the Report, our
i limited space will not permit it to-day.
! bo" The Washington papers of yesterday sav
] nothing of the reported arrest ot" Gen. Gaine?.
APPOINTMENT BY THE PREMPKNT.
I By aid irifA tht ednce and canstat tf tht Senate.
John C. Spencer, of New-York, to be Secre
j tarv of War. in the place of John McLean, of
[ Ohio, who declined accepting the appointment.
DC? The firs: locomotive from Be-ron reached
' Albany at 3 o'clock on Sunday afternoon last, hav
! ing poshed its way through a foot of snow for many
I miles. The regular running of trains was to com?
mence on Tuesday.
ZIF Dr. Larpner lecture* this evening at Nib
! ?'-. on th* Application of Science to Art. and on
the Fixed StHrs.
EC*3 The Convert to be given this eveairg at
the B iwery Church offers strong attractions to the
lovers of Sacred Musis. Arrinns the performers
are Mrs. Strong, Mr. and Miss Pearson,
. orably known to our City, beside Messrs.
Timm ar.J W. Alters bsOrganists, t ??r reader,
who turn to the programme, and note the concert
e 1 pieces in which the above-named Vocalists np
pear will be strongly impelled tr> attend. The
Choir we know to be well trained and efficient.
CCP The Annual Ball of the Unionists' Asseci
at'i p. pose one i from I.-: week on account of the
weather, will take place this evening at <!? ?thic
H iU. S e c.-ir.i.
03s We cull the attention of the admirers of line
Books to the sale of Me ? ?:??. l'anz?. Richards A
Platt, which is to take place this evening. It is a
rare collection of elegant Books, and worthy of at
Scarlatina.?Jamaica dates to the 24th ult
received at Savannah, represent the mortality by
S ' I ttina to be very trreal. '1 he Kingston Jour?
nal savs?" Oitr streets are daily tilled with funeral
processions, and many unfortunate patents only
get rid of one full-grown child, to prepare for the
funeral ceremonies of another on the succeeding
morning. Mow long this awful state of things will
last. God only knows."
KINGS COUNTY OY'Efl AND TERMINER
Brooklyn .. Wednesday. Dee. 22
William H. Cook, (who had been arraigned on
eight indictments forburglary) was put upon his thai
charged w ith breaking into the house of Mr. Hokoe.
No. 77 Clark street. Brooklyn on a Sunday ntght in
the early part of Sept. li'JO.
Edward olangum, oneofthe accomplices, testified
that Cook proposed to himself and Nesbit to go to
the bouse of Mr. Bokee, stating that he had found
out a good place. They went between 12 and - o'
clock?lifted up the grate on the sidewalk leading to
the coal vault, when Cook entered, unfastened the
basement door, and they all went in. They regaled
themselves on pics, water melons, and other things
they foundTn the house, gathered up a lot of silver
plate, n mantel clock, a quantity of clothing, and some
other things, and w ent ou, carrying what they bad ob?
tained to the Eagle Tavern. Cook went back alone
a'od returned at broad daylight w ith a tin pail con?
taining a quantity of butter and bread. He seemed
to act as if it was nil a matter of course.
For the defence it was contended that the prisoner
is not and baa not been, of sane mind. His mother
(an interesting looking lady) testitird that he bad got
frequently hurt by the carelessness of n nurse, and
by fit!'-, on the head, and pointed out the scars left
by the wound. Several other witnesses testitied le
ten showing signs of abberration
(In the contrary, D r. King of the prison, and others,
titie ; t.i tl his bearing lias not exhibited uny thing
ly. Dr. lv. was attracted by his interesting
appearance and the extreme neatness he displayed in
Diking eare of his celL His answers, on conversing
with him,always appeared to be correct, and he has
never observed any thing about him that seemed like
unsoundness of mind.
The Court will deliver its charge and the case be
given to the Jury t'r.is forenoon.
Unionist Gsand Ball ? We understand that the Unina
i-t Ball will t.-iKo place This (Thursday) Evening, Decem?
ber 23d, nt Gothic Hall, (law Masonic,'Broadway. Our
know ledge of the Managers of this art" ir gnes us ample
sssuranco that uotbing will be wanting to make it brilliant
and attractive. We hope the services of tht- A a tciatira
to the Whig party at the time wln.n the gallant Harrison
was alected, will not now be forgotten.
Ws know that the swrplu- (should there he any I will l.c
appropriated to relievo the Association from embarrass,
menu We sincerely trust that there is uo true Waig il
the city hut will avail himself of this occasion to purchase
one or more tickets. MA.NV WHIGS,
XT The following not-; in commendation of the system
an I pra. ti c of Mr. (.". C. Marsh as ail Instructor in Pen
in inship, comes to us from an intimate friend, a mercbsnt
irho has taken lesaonsof MraM., and wh? could nut lie
induced tocomm ?bi rc hi* judgement did not heartily
approve, As an unprompted expression of gratitude, his
testimony is most valuable. Ed.
Mr. Greeley: When imposition and quackery are so
e.u bike order of the day -s they are la our t-m.-s, you
wiii admit it behooves evi rj well meaning citizen t<> coe?
tribute bis mite to their extermination, ?hieb is most
effectually done by encouraging end promoting what i?
r. 'lly true g inuicc. It is in this view, -or that I tru?t
you will i.r.t i-Qi.sidrr it an intrusion wli-;u I .-ok f>r lh?
lollowiug few Hues on the suhj n ol Book-Keeping nod
it- new discoveries and methods of tea hu g :t, as Herald?
ed forth iu newspapers, a place in your popular d uly.
The fa.:t is, .Mr. Editor, the scieuee of Book Keeping
belongs strictly to the exact sciences- sdmiu nf uo arbi?
trary ois^overi -s nuu methods. Iis limits, rules and prin?
ciples are fixed, ami as definite und easy a- iliose of eh ?
mentary arithmetic; acd I -peak fin in experience when I
?ay that, tiv only ordinary capaci'y and moderate appl ca?
non, it csj be tally acquired ill about four weeks' study ;
provided, o?.Iy, a proper chuice be made in the selection
f i teacher.
Iu this re psct, Mr. Editor I wish to mid. that,deceived
? i u irtisemeau I itu lied for some time under two dif
.irm t-ai ners. withont twa so much as acquiring an
idea f B~ok-Keopiiig; wlica a friend recommended me
to 5!r. C. C. .'I..rsb ol Si Cedar-street; ?nd uuderth? till
t? f this unpretending -.ad wo thy individual, I soon
ed a full -hiJ pracucal knowledge of the science.
l ..r the I enefit ot yi nui- men sitUsted ill present as I [lieu
h -. I would .-ay. Mr Marsh's system ia based upon com
?e and die property ol figures, comprehends.the
? .f the -cieiice to its Utmost hunts, i. perfectly clear.
and i loarly perfect; thsi his manner of teaching is at once
ig re ible and coovincius. and that the invaluable know.
? J:: imp .r ed by him during ?n average course of from
th ca to four weeKs will be f und iiuieii uiore than equ-d
to bi? moderate charge; ?Ld to give the most enure saiis
fucUon. J. N.
XT Haarlem Oil?Any person w skicg to procure
this ma lit in its gi nutne, unadulterated form, or ?ish
iag to procura genuine German Cologne Water, wiiii.e
sure to find both at the Fancy Store of Mr. Sylvester, No_
121 East Broadway. Mr. S. i-an uu.rortuuate, but at the
tame time a worthy and industrious men, and his state?
ments concerning the secuineneis of these articles may?
be relied on.
ET CapL P.ir.ri?ge delivers a lecture this eveninr at
Tammany Hall. See bis advertiiement.
Bo-a erv Amthitmi ?rat.?A new aud unusually nc'a
bill of novelties i- ?iv-rUsed for this evening, smbracing
a mo-t superb c?abtuatiou of grand auu magnificent
?iqucstriau and arena perfurnances of the most unique and
splendid description, embody mz we whole ? ireurtfi of the
c impaay, consisting ol ucarly tnirty active and talented
members, male bhc fem lie. Those popular Elknpean rt
preaentatives, Master Dnuicud Waitlock and Booth, are
re-e;:r .?eu for the Mlydays. Tb-re will oe s day per?
formance ou Chri-tcra- atternoon for the rratitication of
tn< juvenil??. TrteextensiveMeiugerie of Wild Beast?
bstoegiaf to the Zoological Institute will he open durinr
the holy-days. E.-.irance in CSrystie -treet. rtmroflbe
Amsqutheatre. Attiched lo this collection is the only
(Jira/fe. or Camel-Leopard, in America.
XT TSe New- Project of President Tyler and bis
Cabinet sa? at length bteu nifcintlt-d to C'oneress aud u e
Country. Will it answer lie purpose" Will it-ecure
ibe pnhlicTreasur., favor a Sound und Uniform Currenc;-,
and facilitate Exchanges? Phese are ka.-tty quesuon.
about whjci Pu!iti.-isn? will ?niiifle and Ststesmen dc
liberate. Well, let them? 'tis rh'ir vocation. Meanwhile
it i? f'-.anu-. that there i?ore mportant suhjeit on which
thc pe .,, , K .u ?;| ii;re^?tin. t as a rcmeuv for the coti
n .-a evils 'b'cii (Bid Humanity, Dr. Pctcrs's Vegetable
Pdls are unrira'ed. Tucy a e lo be had at the N-w Me?
licia- stnre, -153 Broadway.
Cocrt or Common Fl *as. This Dat? 11,13, M, 15
!-. 1Q 25. 26. 27. 2-, 29. 34 306. L
Sur. Rio? Crt-rt. His Day-h>. I. '.'?.1 '3.1?. 21.'?
4t - 7 in ut l?- 64. i5UJa,i2 aw,ao8,ao9..?u
sd, als. sis, su; ?:., 21?, an, 21 <>, 2?, 22 j, 20s, ass, 223
..? 260. ^
Reported for tbs. .-.ew-t'ork Tribune.
COURT OF SESSIONS.
' Before tne Recorder, Judge Noah and Alderman
Trial KoR Libel.? Warren Draper anc Ed?
ward Barnet were put upon their trial for a libel or
Robert Bowyer, Police Officer, on the 2nth Septem
her last, ma paper called the Sunday Morning Newa
The word.- tiarced as libellous are a> follows " A
short time since an Officer of the Police took ou: his
pocket book in the theatre and put it back, after look
: ids over a large amount of money. The bait took.
. anil a newly arrived abstractionist, t. c pickpocket
ea.-ed aim of his book. He and a fellow officer iin
mediately arrested the offender, and took from him
a r>ur:e of sovereigns attd here a veil is drawn over
the transaction ; for ray informant saw the officers
leave the pickpocket at* the corner of Chambers st.
and let him so fats way. The sovereigns they proba?
bly kept for, their trouble " "I bave.already said
enough today j on another occasion IwilL if you ap?
prove ofthis, give you further proof, and also exa
? mine the standmg of certain Uuirks who stand by to
: rob the felon after he lias robbed the foolish."
It was .-liar^ec. in the indictment, although t ?' -->"???'?
were used, that officers Bowyer and Gilbert P, Hays,
wer-- the officers alluded to tu the publication.
! Tue District Attorney opened the case tor the
people; Messes. James" M. Smith and Marshal j.
Bacon appearine for and conducting the defence.
Gilbert F. Hays, officer, deposed that he was in
the Park Theatre in the latter part of August, when
a pickpocket was arrested., and that he was acquaint?
ed with the transaction, to which the publication al
luded. He stated that Bowyer and himself saw .1
pickpocketnamed John Williams alias Davis, near the
box office of t.'ie theatre?that Bowyer took out his
pocket book and replaced it. and that the pickpocket
soon stole the pocket book, and was arrested by Bow
yer and witness; and lodged in the watch house
That nearlv $100 in gold pieces was taken from him
and handed over to the Captain of the Watch?and
that Williams was afterwards tried, convicted and
sentenced to the ?t?te Prison for 5years. The wit?
ness was then asked whether he considered B?wyer
and himself the persons alluded to in the publica
lion?but objection was made by defendant's counsel,
and alter argument and the citation of authorities?
the question was then withdrawn. Witness then
said he did not know who were the editors or pro
prietors of the Sunday Morning News?that there
were 33 to 4U Police Officers and some half a dozen
tiientres m the city. Witness did not discharge any
prisoner at tiie corner of Chambers st. and did not
know any one who did.
Robert W. Bowyer, officer, deposed that he knew
the defendants and* believed them to be the editors
mid publishers of the Sunday Morning News, as they
had admitted to htm that they were. Witness pur
chased the paper containing the article at their office
No. 1 Beekman street oa the 26th September last.
Cross examined.'?There were other persons pre
sent when they informed the w itness that they were
the editors. Witness asked who wrote the article.
Mr. Barnett said they received communications but
gave no name Witness then asked who were the
editors and proprietors of the paper and whom lie
was to look to .' Mr. Barnett pointed to Mr. Dra| er
aud said they were responsible for what was pub
lisned in tbe.paper The article charged as libellous
was then reaj from the Sunday Morning News?ind
Mr. Bowyer proceeded to give substantially the same
of the arrest of Williams the pickpocket, as was
given by Mr. '!. F. Hays. He added, however,
that Williams offered them $.r>0 to let him go, win. Ii
they refused, and he was convicted anil sent to the
The Court then adjourned.
Wborissoav, Decembi r 23.
Borclari and Theft?East evening iflieers
Ring and Hillc-ker. ol the Upper police, arrested a
colored man named Jeremiah Jackson, recently ar
rived from the State Prison, charged witn having, 111
company with William Jones, colored, before urrc.-i
ed, broken into the dwelling house of Daniel G
Townsend, Do. 114 Second street, and stolen there
from a watch and sundry articles of silver ware, to?
gether worth *-?. in the night of the 23d November
last. Part of tne property was traced to Jaekson, as
part also wast a Jones, and they were both sent to
prison from the Upper Police Office.
Pound Concealed.?Ou Tuesday nigh: Mrs
Janes Ay res discovered a man named Richard
Roberts, concealed under the bed in the 4th story ol
the house of Thomas Shannon, No. 318 Pearl street.
As some bed covers and sheets had recently been
stolen from the house, it was supposed that Roberts
was the thief, and that he had returned for another
load of plunder, and he was commuted to answer.
IL7 we cannot do our readers better .ervie-js ilian re
command 1>'. Sherman's L nenges to their notice. The
Uoeior is one oi uor beet ptiy sieians, mid whatever tin pre?
pares cau be relied upon as good. His Lozenge* have
stood th- test of experience, and ull who have ever n.-e.i
trirm havefoand relief. They are not of that elai-s of spe?
cific? v at can u* eaten by the pound witnoat producing
sn> effect. l*bey are* really active medicines,and saea
Lozenge coi taint an appropriate .lose. Tue Cough Ls ?
enges for Coughs, Coios, A;, tho Camphor Lozenges
for Headache and Palpitation,and the Worm L ?enges
for Worms, are all unquestionably 1I1? v. ry best prepare
lions ie u-1. They >re sold at lU'i Nsesau-stroet, and b)
agents, I lO 27 '? aud 159 Br.iedway, 13d Kow.irv, 77 K isi
tiroadaray, 2<l Bleecher. 22" Hudson, 80 William-street,
on! 59 sLii 131 Full in-.*treat, Brooklyn.
IT Phenomenon 111 Chemisuy.? East India Hmr Dye
Colors :>f Hair, and ? d not the Saie.?Tni? dye 1? in
form of .1 pow der. ?tu-h in plain mn-1 ir of fact may ba ap?
plied to the aair over night, the first night turning the
lightest or itra. hair to a .lark brown ; and, by repeating,
., *?-..!.,1 ?- third night, 10 a bright jet black. Any per
sou nuy, therefore, *ith the less! possible trouble, k, up
h a hair any dark shade, or n perfect black ; with the posi?
tive ssurance that the powder, if applied to the ?kiu. will
not color it. There is 00 coloring iu t?is staumeat, as
anv ou- ixii esjily test.
These facts sre warranted by the Chemist who manu?
facture... it. so d onlv ai 71 ,M ? .leu Laue.
JTj' The company r. turning irom a sleigh-ride about U
o'clock ou Saturday evcuiPit, ar..l purchased li.e dollars'
srorth of Pea*?,'s Ilorebeund Candy, st tbjir estahlisb
n.cat, 45 Division street. Cr a lady, suddenly and abrm
oirl- ??iz-d with Croup, are retjue-tcd to send to il tir
ii'nn? al Refectory and Depot of this ineocsparable sp?
inc f'>r a ?crv elegant bead reticule, left on ihecoamer
eontaining a French cambric handkerchief and asilser
ihiu.be.. As another party visited tho hou-r afierwnrc
upon a similar errand, it is hoped tl.e articles may he fur?
Something New.?We ao?i-e iho?? ahout to purchase
Christmas Presents, to call upon A. C Harry, 116 Broad
?ray. the lir-t am,i 111 Human Hair in this cun-ry. Par
lies having a piece of bur of a living or deceased friead,
nan get il formed by hnu into auy do-ign the mind 1 iii
conceive. In such afjiiu it will be u"k?ep,uka" invalu
able. A ricti treat 1? iu store to those who have r.ot yel
-een his unique deslgus of Knits, Kracelet", Necklaces,
Watch Gaards, Flower-, Are. Ac. all made of human hair
Spi.kndio Holiday PatatsT ? The most acceptable
nn.l valuable preaent you can otTer to a friead is one ol
"Cirrehuita's \'eiililating Wiks or Scalps." The material
workmansnip, beauty tf Bni-11, uud elegance of style Can
not be equaled. Iu tact, every thin-* that enhances a
Oeautiful head of hair, is conceolr..led iu these inestima?
ble works of art. Whatever experience could .uitre-tor
if-mus could execute, C.'s Wiga have received ihe ad
vanlare of. Tbev are formed to the head as the 11atur.1l
fair crow,, covering 00 more of the brow thau oue"; own
nair dj<-. They are stronc without being heavy, warm
without beior thick, and claque without being loose ?
They give the delightful feeling of fitting the head with
tne ease of a si.k cap, having 1.0 uaueces^aiy weight and
uo dtsa-fr'eaole pressure. Such are ihe combined ad-.au
tsce- of Clirehuri'i Wigs and Scalps So large an zj>
soruueul is worthy of atieniion, a? gecilemee can lit
themselves in a moment. The prices will he fouud 10 suit
the timea. -'J7 Broadway, up stairs.;entrance in Fulton
ry We would recoinmeau to all alHictcd wr.h CoT,gbs.
Hoarseoes-, Ii,dueaza, Ac. 10 try " Feers's American
Courh Cau-iy'' For s?leaf-?5 Broadway, and al 11 I
Canal-str-rt. '?i7 (Jreeawich-street, 227 Hidson fireel, 41
Carmine-street, Smith's, corner of Fultoa and Water
itreeta, sad Jas. W. Smith, corner of Fulton sns Midday a
ureets, Brooklyn. (2) dlS if
UNITEB STATES IN MINIATTJILE.
AT THE CX. IUI AX,
149 Fulton-street and \\ Ann-street.
Tau? says the Editor of the Pianet:?
" Fatt. EteanURG Roost.?Without doubt one of the bes
sad one of the ujosi eonv.-aieot places 10 the city to an
:her the new, of the <la. 1, ai tae <;].m,ax K Hou f
No. 1} Ana-stresL running through to Fulton s'reeL A
this well conducted and popular '-siablisbmeut there a"
[wentv six marble tables, with a leadm? journal on e.ic
able, repre?entiu? every State in tfas L'u:oa ; thus c ti
sens ajid .'rsHvtre Have the opportanuy of ukiug thei
:jtT-e, t:. snd reading the lalct papers from all pirls o
the countri on the same table. It strikes us thai this hi
raagemeiit is superior to aaythiar ever attempted iu ihi
:ity, aid we have no doubt will prove a great feature ii
:bis extensively patronized house of relreshmenL Haiti
he msnsrement of its e-utlemanly proprietor, the Cl
nax. we ar^i pleased to l?aru. is rapid!] increasing in ps
ronaje and popular favor, aud *e doubt nol will couUnur
o receive iu full s'asre of pub'ne. support. Slep in."
CT X Lreture on sloaioropaihiia ?itlbed?.
It'ered by W?Tramp. Bryant, r.-o... r're.-id?nt of Uit j
Yosk Hsmct ipATHir S.-ciktv. at ih?> Society ? '''r-ryL?e!
tare Koomi-.j Tnursda' even Tig, x3 : iu<t st 7- o'ejici
Admission free. Ladies will al.end. 51-aitwr? of ??.
learned protessiotjs arc particularly :u? ite.t.
B? order of Society.
d'-SSi* (2) _ CIIA3. A. MACY, Eec Sec'i
ET .Tfetropoliian association I
Elocutionary Reading* sod Reciuuoa] ?iil r>r dsii,ef?.
before tat*Association Thi*,(Thur?day) EveioLij stY?!
nl Hall,313 Grejri-street. one door from the 8
c?mmsncing *t 7$ o'clock. Tue Public arc respectf-jjy
i nvited to aticuJ. By erde-,
d2Jlt" _ T M1NF.B - s,
XT flfew-"! orli i.ainiiii S.filuri-,.
Thu (Tburcdai) Evening at tnc rtroaoway Tabernacle,?j
7i v'clock, bv l'har -?t. itiirs. i'..^ of this city.
'Sabjeet?"" The Character ai.d l?e?uu) of trie Arserxaj
Ticket.- M cent.-, adinutire a I. dy and -ealieaian, to t?
had *t the door. Per order,
dv.i it I .G Fi'KMAX. Re.-. Ste?yj
77 Hint orient Uttum? Lee in re,
PARTRIDGE; ol the Vr.iu .at Mititaiy I j . ?.?/.). ?ji
deliver 1 Lecture at Th?>nii'*"b'? Hal',corner > f ''jtiilajd
Elm -tr?et'. ou Thursday Evening; Dee. i?. at 7J o'ciocjt,
on tho Last Campaign-of the Emporoi Nnpol tm.wnj,
particular description of tbe Gran 1 tint; . ; l^aterleej
Tickets 25 cei.ls each. 10 ?"? had .it :!i: bar s! .je H^L
dill It- 3) t ?
XT Brooklyn isaumeu a^ilerarj v,,t.
ciataou i eciurea.- i 1 j
?III be ileliv-rej 11 IVnir.ila. ti: r t ?'? r .|.
Lyceum, by Kav. GEOKtiE n. . I R
Subject?The Antiquitias o'Kngtish Li erati re,
d22 2t K TEKUV. i- Lee. < .
X ' < helaea Lyceum. - r
of tae Coarse before this Association will '?? 1 11r
Will rd Parker, M. D., Professor of $ b C|
Irge ol Pay ieiaon end Surgeons, on Ph ? ' 1 ;?<-.. inj,
23liiist. Subject?The Nerven* System; aim iUnaua!
N. B.?There will be no p lipon -t?
tbe weather. _ -
XT .TJn.jor i'ecbmun .t r. !ai I. i 0?.
pliwncewitn the rrquescol 11 n?nl t-i9
close of tie la-.t L cture . 1 S trryt
>?st Inmitvtk. (Bre ?' ? ? ' ? . . .. trie
subject of the pi sent ? ? n ?? ?? ! ' ''? ' ? j
s?a- tal, the policy it Kus*ta with ? -t :f
E irope ..?.! the Unite I v' iad - 1 ; 1
tution. tu wbith tue Lecture: ?? - ; ?
both as a cit ten aud -
Thn first Lecture will
S's , tili second, on Thai ay, the - d uuLHi, a: |j
0 c'o-u in the erenlnir.
Tieketa to bi het at tho door of th L ire B 1 .
OneTii srt admitting a Lady with ii mtli mas,5U leuti.
din If _
XT Jaaaslirw- Fair nl Unrlrau. Tbe Ladies of
Harlem will bold an .Veno I Fun i..' tbe sale of users]
ied fancy irtri; ... the V.'.. ri.. an ami Eveniug o( Fri?
day.-Ih Dcc.nl Wasbitiglou 'I. II. Harlem The Kooa
will be tastcfulh 'I coreted, end every exertiou unnia,
tu give eatiresatrsfni tinn to risiior*
Stages will ruu to and fro*e tboFeir during tbeDaji
and-Erening Kare 12| cents. U) n'.M2i*.
O" Lniliew' J<:iiv. < .? i. - 1 ?? v i> "->?
Church ?111 h-l-.i then Annual Fn r.b r b< btvi I a purge,
sei.a the Now Voik Lyceum, Broadwey, m a Prince u
ou iVcdnesdsy an . Thursday uf xt. the 23 sad ?3ldijra
of December inst. '
\ZT *irromt ? onitu? <>.' < Im-I |V
cuased bv the New-York Moral and rteliirh ? Lvccua,
THIS EVENING, tiarmy.or f?'r at Vo 1 ' Howi | 1
building above Deiancey. Tbe public nie tests
XT Itlornsoaisau Itaacetisated -Bj ib Uschi
eler.THlS EVENIVG^and Kridiy Eyeniag it ib Hall.
No. 1ST Bowery; third building above Del iiev ?:.. com
meociug at 7 o'clock; 1 m?ns >re invited i.. defesd
heir ay stein. Admittance l hree Cents, to defray expen?
ses. 1-') ?--'?'
ARRIVAL ' a? LaslJR * ?UliA.
XT THE NEW WORLD uf ihis week will be lor sale
on Fki'hv. ro iu01 rorv,) b tbdi 1 1 1 ri ?.r' ,ur
ilay will be 1 hoijday. L will 1 ?? an ? \ eediugly j ich
iiiubrr. n 11 lining a great vat jet} -1 chbiee * ttdi g in
cluding tho concluding Ch pi ' . ? a be
the F-otoign-News-.by the Cbiumbia, wiib 1 1 ?? 'HjI
ind deeply intereaticg I tier fro 1 DowaiiD Mi t-i ? :?, b tf
the London Editor of the n ? '?'? - ld,*c.
Offiee 3t) Ana sr. ?. A now volume of iheQir rto Edi?
tion will be commenced Jan 1 1-1 . and wi.-ici food
nine for ue. v subauriptiona 10 conini 11 ? Back i e(
tbe present Volume, 1.sinnig Hi. ?:.-:?? ??! 1 .i-V.U'
Malier", can bo had at the ottlco. (i) 0? It
XT Flt-yiiiii Baoiiw tot i brinlsitua und
*EW YKArt'a PRESEN PS.?Alt the KugUsb J Imex,
icau Annuals published lor tho 1 ir '-it
Venous Standard and Religious W.o ks 10 linn bin.l
llias, Dutiable ;..r I'.e.r it I
A very large assortment of Hooks for 1 hibiicu, luolud
ing several new publications.
Together with Guinea Puzzle?, Dissected Maps, and a
great variety ol Fancy Articles.
Ail for >aio at the lowest prii es it
II. .v. ,S. RAYNOR'S Bookstore,
dv.:ttit- (i) ?r> Hpwery.
TO RETAIL DRY GOODS MERCHANTS.
XLT l'lae Adrertisier bi ig iboul 1
above named business; wishes to disp.of bis.stock sad
lease of 01 e of the br-t stores 111 the cit) , o 1 low lent To
1 person .villi a c??h capital of?'a\S00 or (3,U0 '. snd g"<?l
eredit, he will oif r great inducements; Addr W.
G., Jr., at the Tribune olB 0._ 1j1 d32*
XT 'Mie "Ccmre-wlrcet .tli^iion 9nl>bnlli
SCisOOL," (No. 10) intend giving an ??.taiumestte
die Poor Scholars ?nd their P.rents on Christinas Morn?
ing at tho School Room in tbe basemrntol St Philip's
Church in Centre street, between Anthony nod Les.uard
?trne'ii Any provisioiu or clothil g, new ,r old, will OS
thankfully received it 159 v\ stor at 1 ..me' ' i tebei; or
mi Frid ly nfi trnoou at the School Room. VVh it- ver m?y
reaiain after ?a,u iv mj n.ose pr -mi 1 m I i..- l uiufully
distributed among sick end destitute fnmiln ? ui the neigk?
borhood of ?? Five t'oiMt-." 1-) .I.1."."
SCAKFIw. SjVsAl kT?J, &-c.
XT To rferchnulsi, 31u.< uu* Cerk. Lawyers,
and GENTLEMEN in tbe vicinity of Wall street, asd
downiown.geiirrally. J.r' tlrenllng:;
McNAMEE * SANFORD, ;:i Uenvoi -rr.
cornor of Hanover, manufacturer ol Umbrell ? .--'o'-k..,
Cohnrs dcc^-wouldbeg,leave 10 lay ihatthey ha ejusi
receivod by late Eoglisb packets, a superior issortment
of xentlemou's .-Sear's DCsicsir.o aan ?..lixti u expressly
for Okrittmat and Mew Ytar't, 1 Vi hing paru.- '. .
McN. 4 ^. nave also a . omph te sssor meui of K:-l
Gloves,.(black, white snd colored of Bajou's t C OS
son's m inufacture. Also, linen <..'"ilnr-. Suspi niters, ?m
tor iimlur ir irmunts, travailing Caps, Sec etc. all of which
? ill b- 1 r Uelatled . [ Jt XT WlloLESSLE PSJCES. XX
d--d 3t" (S)
<;??:.?> r1.1-: t?i. v .-a rsCXUFS.
T ?? 4 . It. Haicb, !?7 Wi li.m sr
lerne and extensive 1-- irtmsui nl Si arfs and Se irf stocks
of the ?.-ry i:ite-t tyle- an ? 'il sup .nor quality . ail eWecl
>;d for the present se ... n.
Al??, .1 completM ns.i,riin?iit of Blw k-. I 'ollsi i, Bosom ,
Gloves, Suspenders, "*nei *u Sbiru, dce. d-l 5t
1 i Isnpannu - ..... wirep,
H me, wan anted toplea-e. IKY 11 Also superior Rs
xors, Shaving Cresm, Pocket Pooks, Wallets, dec Ae at
the manufactory, 102 Wllli*m st. nj.i
XT There will be a 9 i.e ?. / 'te/ul and f'.iN. y .i'Ue.Ut,
in the basement of the Uittian Charcho/ lit 'oiny.
on Thursday, the 23d insi eommenciug ?1 i" .'.. .? s a.
M. ai d continue uuu' the -erne hour 111 thaevenii Tue
ava.ls w ill be eppliad tor the beui ti nf this dep .rtmeal uf
tho City Mission enterprise. a ii persons friendly 10 tho
object're, respect'ully invited to attend. Should iho
weather prove unfavora' le the 'ale will be postponed un?
til the next day. 01) d222t*
XT M . H?ls?, fjtraasl-nC, neai
in conformity wnh t.is annualprsc-K will offet Ins m-Ik.Im
itock of Dry Goods, ti 1 the lai of Jen nryv. au cost. As
an stock has keen bought ,it auction great bargains cun
be had. (J.i band, Silke, Merinoes. Mouselm de Laines,
Giu;>i.i4,-. f.il-i.-m-s fluni -Is, Mu?bn., and in ry art i.ls
niually kept by the craft- '-/ ill taw
jTy Frnil, cVc?The subscriber ^rt-rs for s-il- ou
r.-a.ouable t>-rm. ai d in lots to luttpurchasers, the fol?
lowing goods, viz; New Raisins, Grapes, Pigs. Prunes,
i.'itrou, (.' iiraiiis. \ c.. together wi?h u i.r-e and choice
assortment oi Wines, Cordials, Teaa and Gr ceri s.
dSOSw* ? 3- JOHN McGEAGH,No. 179Bowery.
KT OVERCOATS A.Mj FASHIONABLE CLOAKS
will J>o reqnirod for New Year's Day, and to r.-oureo
biVmy one ia time, made in the best Style, and at a low
price, you *ill do well to clll on ihe
IHEAPEM CAJrO TA1LOB VPT.
XT Peter V. Iluwts-d, No. 1 < bntbsm Mjuare,corn?
er o( Catheriae ?treet.tuases I 'lo-.hr- to or-ter 111 the n'at
est style. I" percent 1 tea per isn ehespeat cash
Tailor il this city. A hom! I'.'. 111 -II a--.es wuriaiited.
C?1 Ct |-J>
T>'?urloutw. ( leakv Ac. -.1 Isrg aaroneal
if.beaver ? d mtil?d Cloths, for .-.nuu;, and Winter
rroc'a?. ai?-.i. !o .!r Cloths; received ami wDf beinsde
11? to or-t.-r, at ta? Km ..or am of ?.'ri^?i? Cwsi*sW| **
?ucli prices a-< must u'T'T Mducements 10 purchaser-.
'ibe sty!- and finish of garments wiU be found to cuu
jor. wit;., .my hoase in the trade.
WM P.JENNINGS, 22*. Iro ? ? im "H '
A re.xi asaoruncnt of tae above li^fsui.t-. cou-taml/
.11 band. (?-') s-1 "mis
rTFire: Fire aad Water?Ti
taving.bad their stock ..f Dry Goods damaged bj i.re
?ill offer great inducements tw p^rehasen tmoug
neir-t.xk may be f und a large ss-ortment of Urtu
111 k s. to wuiih they would pirticu arly invite the
'Utiun of La-lie* wubing g.eat ba/*-ain? AIm?, Bombw
f.ani. Taglioais, Cloiii?, Cassira? res. Rhswls, l'nnu, ic.
Ac. all of which must be sold immediateJv.
al7 lw k, GERARD Jt KLINGE, Ib7 Spring-tL