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! MONEY MARKET.
Salea at (be Stock Exchange, Dec. 10.
*22 0* 0 Ohio Cs, lUCO-opg ??-Hi ? Mohawk IL.32
jBOOO ?io do...opg ?jHsj 5? do.bBOdillj
SI ?JO Indiana B?,n?is... _i|| 25 ?lo.31
??'Mechanics Bank.W, 23 do.St}*
Tt> Merchants' Bank.... 87 50 do.sSOd 31
,? do.*>i -00 Long Island.48*
5 0hioTruslCo...opg?O 1100 Harlem..s ?30d 15?
? 4o.opg 61 ?liOPaiersouR.b60d 47-,
5Bkor Cota.82|? 25 Mehawk.bSd 31*
??omimrcini and money Blatter?.
Tbe business at the Stock board was quite light to-day
god without material change. Mohawk again feil off 1? per
c?nt- The sale ofS'.ate ttocks were confined to $25,000
!0b?o Sixes, bought by one h?uae, thought to be for English
tccounL So change in rates.
Notbi-g doing in foreign Bills. Rates nominal at 6 a 6?
for Sterling ; 5 45 a 5 43} far Francs. About $40,000 in
I fjpaoish JDollart? goes forward to Bosloa for ihe East Indies.
Alabamaetoas been sold nt 10 dhcounL There was a litiie
i_??ort In demand toward the close of business. Central is
40 a 45. It is getting worse in Georgia.'At Macon it is seli
We learn tbat the attempt to resuscitate the Lewis Co.
Hack has for the present failed, but the Cashier still he oes to
} succeed in his ai rangement.?. We give Ihe above on the
(Qihority ol a lettei from Albany. It may not be correct.
We have ascertained that the Bank of St. Mary's, which
was reported in Georg la by some of its enemies to have
??led, is redeemed promptly at 30 Wall-st. and has a lar**??;
balance in cash at its credit here. The'President we per
cei?e advertise? in tbe Angosta papera lo redeem in specie
there, and the Savannah agency redeems at par in New*
Tork Exchange, which is worth ? per cent prem. By the
official report of the Bank, Oct. 15, it appears that it then
bad in silver and gold $45,94.. ; bank Dotes, 30,915 ; c?sh bal.
anee in New-York, 14,769. Total $91,626. In addition il had
?f Immediate ns?t:U, N. Y. Exchange $11,137; ?lue from
bsnks.kc $3,H3G ; oilier exchange 5?5,5>U. Its circulation
was S*?-7?*5* depodte? $18,521: due other banks, $180.
Total $82,766. The statement as sworn to, showed two
dollars and sixty-eight cents to every dfillar of liabilities
throwing oat every bad and doubtful debt On the 10th
Nov. thr circulaiion and deposites had decreased and the
available means increased by collections.
Ihe following sales of Hocks were made at Boston?20
shares Boston and Worcester Railroad 13 j per ceat adv. ; 2-">
(Ja Boston and Providence Railroad, 87?y a t7? per cent : 50
<ji> Wester? Railroad, 40, per sh.; 2 do Shoe and Leather
Dealers' Bank, 94-J p*.tr cwnL
Tbe Alexandria Gazette cautious ihe public against n new
u?d<* of spurious notes of the Leather manufacturer's Bank
of this city. Tbe Fives are dated in 1842. mude payable to
IT. R. Jones, signed E. Platt, Cashier, and H. Tucker, Pre
sldenL The nemes of W It. Jones and E. Plait, are writ?
ten io blue ink, that ol II. Tucker with black and is badly
executed. Tbe vignette at the left of Ihe note has a lady
with a bady La her arn.5, sitting under a wheat-sheaf, with
various persons reaping in tha field, a farm house, kc The
ao.tslo&k qa-te iv?poclnbie, ibe pictures are Lietty,aaa
are calculated to deceive persons unacquainted with bank
noles, though tbe words ' Manufacturers'-. Bank' are rather
faint, and the part of tbe note on which they are print?.?! is
thinner iban the other, a? if same other name had been
trased^nd the present word* printed in their stead.
In auiwer to a leiier addressed to the Ca?hier of the U. S.
Bank the following was received.
"In compliance with your request that I would slate in
writing Ihe grouodsoa winch l!ie Trustees have refused io
receive in payment of di bts the noles of the Bank of the U.
Slates upen which judgement* have been obtaiued. We
ore advised that tue Noms in question are merged in the
judgement and in la.v extinguished ; that we cannot recng*
m?e thejudgeuiCDts lor such purposesunlessihejudgemtnL?
were held by the debtors at ihe ??ate ol the assignment, in
which case under tne law of Pennsylvania the judgement
would be net offaguinst the claims of the Trustees and that
the notes ea-not be rt-rir?:??. by a discontinuance of the suit.
Hldiflieitt?Carefully reported for The Tribune.
Monday, Dec. 19.
ASU_??The market is still gradually tending upward.
Sale? 97 bbls Pearls have been made al $7 0U. The re
maiuiier iu rtrst hands, a very small quantity, is held al $7
?u. Saturday ufteiuooii a sale ot 75 uiili Pols was made <.i
$5 M, ?.? iniprovameatof CJc.and to-day a lot of loo bhl
was sold at ihe same rate. The Pearls were taken for home
COTTON?The sales on Saturday reached about 1000
bales T?i--.'iiy lliare Is not quite so much activity. We hear
ol sales of abwutGOO Halen, mostly tor exporL The pricei
are abnut as brfure reported. We quote fair Upland 7 ; lair
N. Uneaut? au<l Alabama, 7j. The tendency ot ihe market
is ?till ta decline.
FLOCK A.S'i) MEAL? The demand for Western is still
v?ry si?-.l a?id prie?? still have a ttndeucy lo recede. We
hear of sales of Ueiic*?ce at $4 87J, and one or two lots are
reporti-d a? low as 4 75. W< quote 4 81?- a 4 87i us the lair
market rate. Mictaijfan and Ohio, 4 75 a 4 8l? ; Troy, 4 87?
we hoar of nu salesot New Orleans. A lolol between 200
and oOO bbls so.d oui ol store on Friday last at 4 75. There
cuntuiuvs a lair inquiry lor siouihem lor shipment, anil we
milice sales ol 3oU Old? Brandy win? al 4 87J, time; ?i.'0 do
l-*.ew.y?.ik Mill? and 3i*0 -Falls Mill?" on private terms'
rjpp sed 4 62i, and a small lot of Howard**!, at 4 t.9.
Georgetown ?ells In sinull lo.s at 4 75; Riclui olid Ciiy we
quote 5 6i'? : Petersburg, Alexandria, Richmond Country
Baltimore City, 4t.c. 4 6_?. Ky?. Flour is mure plenty and i,.'
offered, ?.dont, .1 $?? l-? ; out uf ?lore 5 25. Jersey Meal is
very dull. Vi'r q-ote 2 on n 2 56?. A sihuli h-t of Ohio via
New Orlean? i? otfariog ut ?iL*uut 2 25. Sah-s 0;)0 bbls Bran
dywi_eJ4ealat2 62j; bbd* we quote about $12 25, cash;
12 50,4 inwm'r?. Wo sales ?i.oris or Ship Stu?, aomina!
quotation* 10 n 12-J- and 15 a 12. At Philadelphia Flour i.
$412J ; Cor? Meal, S 12?- At Baltimore, Howard st. 4 124 '.
City Mills, 4 25. At Alexandria, 3 874. At Fredericks-buri*
iMnuutain,4 0 a 4 l?; L-wland, 3 80 <i 387. At Richmond*
mperfine Canal,4a4 lzh; City Mills, 5 00. At BoslOC1
Gen?ee,4 87J a 1 94. A letter from New Orleans pr*ril?c??
tbat Fiour \tiIi not average there over $3 oo per bbl. The
writer ?ds?> ?ays that it is understood n contract has been
niaue to deliver ?.600 bbls in Liverpool at $4 88.
GRAIN?>Therc have been no transactions i? Wheat lo
our knowledge, There are about 5U0O bushels oflertrg. A
parcelo! Virginia Wheat is in the niaiket. Corn is mon*
plenty, but we bear of little doing. Small sales new North?
ern are made at 50 a 52 ; ?Id is held at 54, weight, 58 mea?
sure. A sale of 1000 bushels ti?tu Virginia was made al 48 n
?9, weight,delivered. Rye is plenty and vary dull. V.e
quote ?8 a 60. The Barley m market U not yet sold, but
the largw portion of it kas been stored. River Oats have
improved in c?mstque;icc ol ibe closing of the River. We
qaote SO a 31 ; Canal, SO a 32. At Philadelphia several par?
cels ?ood red Wheat sold al 89 a 9J; Illinois sold al 89 n 91.
Southern good, 85 a 88. At Baltimore, Wheat was 85 e 90.
At Alexandria, Red 80 a 82 ; While 85 a 90. At Fredericks,
barg, 75 a SO. Ai Richmond, 60 a 87$.
COCOA?A sale of 245 bags Para has been made for ex?
port at 6Jc. ca?h, short mice.
SUGAR?At auc.ion 100 hbds new crop New Orleans sold
at $5 00 a $5 tic ; 10 hbds very inferior brought $3 87? per
HAY?Is selling out of store in small loU- at 56 a 62?.
PROVISIONS?Theie 1?only a retail transaction in bar.
ivl Provision*, bat ratts are generally without change. Old
Lard is worth 7 mid new 3c. Butter and Cheese are both
rather dull, lu Cincinnati large quantities of Lard were
packing for the East and Europe. One hou.e bas made
purchases for shipment io France to ihe amount of $10,000
within a week. A sale of 210 bbls was made at 4c. For
prime Leaf Lard 4$ was refused. Prices of Hogs were
firmer and th?re were no ?ales le?-s than l G2$. For a choice
lot I 874 was refused. They are comingin treely.
FRUIT?Th?" trade i? very dull. Twenty-five thousand
'Iruutsof Fig? arrived at Boston on Friday from Smyrna.
Nt'Tr-lfoik Cnttl?? lTl.irL.ct?December 19.
At Market,53? hrni fresh Cuttle; 32 from the South nnd
^'.?1, 20 Cows and Calves,and lOOO Sheep and Lamb.?.
Pricks? Br.i f 1'attlk.?Owirg to lue ?mall number at
maraei.br the last torimj-ht are a htlle hrait-r, and must be
qiiMe?! at $1 a _^>??l! bui SO sold.
Cows axd Calves?Ail at nuiket taken at 20 a $55, but
Siieei* and Lambs?000 taken a'. 1 to $2 25 for Lambs, and
1 75 to 84 for Sheep.
Hay and Strsw?Sime as last week-?5? a 62 cents per
cwt lor oose.
i XT Parley'* Perenntal Prenante.?The volume
??f Paatn ? ?HaCaZDCB K.r the year 1842 is now c?mplt*le,
aud may be hsd ?a ti:e pobltshers, boand in neat cfntn, for
one dollar. It c?>ntain? a gieat Vir-.ety of iiiteresliog and
instractlve r?;?iiui5 lor young peo*>?e. ann?nii: which are
Seven original Poems, by Misa H. F. Gouiil.
The l*er.l.?u? Advcntur..-?. of Quiutiu Harewood and his
A new klmtory of England, for Children.
Brtv*.kta?i Table Scieace tor Boys and Girls.
T _e Royal Brothers, by Miss Agnes Strickland.
Stori(*it from Natural History; Interesting Adventures
Anecdotes; Maral Pales 4?c.itc.
Illustra!?*?! !>y more iLnn lour hundred Engravings,
>". itii the January No. or new voIumecomm?-tKf->, parents
are invited i.>-?ub?cr.be for iheir cmlttren. and Uius furnish
tbem with a Cheap and regular supply ol i:iteiesti;.g and
:u?trnr*:ve readtug. It is published m??nthlv at one dollar
a year, by C. S. FRANCIS i? CO.
U20 (2) -i- Broadwav.
?CrilpndH of Iljiir.-A. C. BARRV.Artlu in Hair.
f??xu <?uo?>ii ? I be i cal Heads Ol Hair siili stand pre-en?i
neni abo?*eall other? Their pecu.iarly light, tossamer
ai.d ventil !t*.ng ciiaract"r, their bi=ii)g shaped exactly a* ibe
nsturil hair grows, U.?-ir elasticity and tlielr superior ma
Urrial aik! w??ii.iu.o*?Liip, ii? weil as ih? ir style ot finish i'.-id
arransrai it, al. ctHUhiue to i-x-m'such ?.??-ru-ct heads ol hair
tha'. thf-y u:U?t ne sern lu be fully appr?-ciautL
A ne-- sysiein ol tin. art of \N ig Makitig taught in five les
s?>us. See usp'Cini-n of Barrv's ?Vig? aud Scalps, which
will sn.:>iV the in ist fastul.ous that he t* ihe brst and cheap?
est maker in ihe city?146 Broadway, corner of Liberty-j
:*?'??'?, up ?taira di Im j
RELIEF FOR THE SICK,
XT-Dr. Rauh'? Infallible Health P?I?.
The great f?ivor wLich thi?. valusble medicine bas g-?fned
during the few months ii has been made known to the pub?
lic, has proved beyond all question its claim to superior
efficacy in the alleviation and care of the numerous com?
plaints which are common to mankind. We assure those
who are afflicted that they need but try a tingle box to be
convinced that this is no humbug preparation?even were
not the narne of the immortal inventora ?rufl?cient gnarant?e
for Its genninenes* and merit. In all bilious and liver com?
plaints, pleurisy, indigestion or costiveness, heartburn, piles,
headache, erysipelas and other diseases of ihe skin, debility,
all <_?mplai_s incident to females, the HEALTH PiLLS
have never yel failed to effect a cure. We are constantly
receiving testimonials of the most extraordinary cures ef?
fected by tbis medicine. Read the following
CURE OF LIVER COMPLAINT.
New--l'os.*, Nov. 6, 1642.
J?r. H. G. Daggers:
Sir?In justice to the efficncacy of Dr. Rush's Infallible
Health Pill.-?, one box only of which I purchased from you,
I dtjeni it hut right to inform you of their surprising eflects
in restoring me to h??alih. For the last two montiis I was
' disabled from my employment, tried r.umerons advert?se?
remedies, was treated in the Genera! Hospital -without any
succ_s, and finally adopted Dr. RUSH'S PILLS. Thn'r
effect was immediately evident?infusing vigor and health
thronen my frame, relieving a c_?r_a;?t pain in my side and
deep oppression, promoting sleep, cresting an appetite Tor
food, and altogether invigorating n frame that was rapidly
sinking into decay. I therefore deem it a dmy I owe, not
only to the public, but yourself, to publish the above testi?
mony, which I have corroborated with n conscientious affi?
davit of the truth thereof PATRICK GALLAGHER,
Chad ton-street, New-York.
Affirmed ibis 6 h day of December, 1__
JOS. P. FIRSSON, Commissioner of Dee?is.
XT Sold wholesale and retail by
H. G. DAGGERS, 30 Aiinst.N.Y.
XT Price 25 cents a box, put up in a beautiful wrapper,
with full directions.
Agents?Wadleigh, 459 Broadway, comer of Grand-sl.;
163 Bowery; GDj Fulton?t. Brooklyn ; A. Gulhrie,4 Slan
wix Hall, Albany; Burgess it Zieber, 3 Ledger Buildings,
Philadelphia; Redding k Co., Boston; Smith, S_ Broad
street, Newark. dl9 lw
XT Chritstmas and New-Year.?COUTHONY
At NE VERS, 341 Broadway, have just received from F.u
rope one of the richest assortment of goods suitable lor
Christmas and New-Year's Presents ever offered for sale in
this city, combining elegance and utility. Tbey respectfully
invite their friends to call anil examine for themselves. For
sale as above, the celebrated SOLAR LAMP, for brilliance
and economy surpa?sin-_- all others in use. d!9 2wis*
XT Holyday (.'.?ft??ttcum'in'ii Fair as. Wib*
Io'm.?The Ladi(-s oi the Sailors' Home Society, auxiliary
to the Am? rican Seaman's Friend So; i?-ty, will open their
annual Fair lor the b-uefit of Ibe Sailor's Home, at Nihlt.'?
Saloon, on the evening of tbe2'st in?t., and continue it
every day and evening until ; bristmas. Beside the arti?
cles prepared by the Society, there wi.l he offered a large
variety of Annuals and other hooks, imported fancy arti?
cles, perfumery, toys. Jtc., sufficient to suit Ibe wants of
those who wish to make presents to their friends or chil?
dren at lili? season of the year.
The friends of toe Sailor, and the benevolent generally,
arc invited to atlend. All work and coiiirioutiou? for thi?
olijecl should be handed lo .Mr?. Va ruler poo I, al Nn. 19.'
Fourth street, on or before Monday the 19th. ?J19 3t*
XT ?Senilenit _ _ .?Scar?H and Cravats.-C. B.
HATCfi, 97 William-street, (opposite Platt,) lins just re?
ceived a fresh supply of Scarfs and Cravats, of the richest
styles, and selected especially for the approaching Holy
days. Those wishing to purchase arc- invited lo call ai.d
examine. d20 2wis
_r?Great man?? .?_?? t:.5 * of ihe COLUMBIAN
TOTAL ABSTINENCE SOCIETY in the Church ror
nerof Cbryslie and Delancy-streets, This (Tuesday) Even?
ing. WILLIAM WALLACK, Im-., ibe celebrated Poe.
and Orator from Kentucky, has been engaged to address
the meeting. Als:). A. C. Flanagan, Esq., President of the
Prospi'Cl Socety, with other able speakers. Good singing
may be expected. Our fellow-citizens of all clashes are re*
spectlully invited to attend. Admission free. Collection
taken up lo defray the expenses. Bv order,
P. B. MANCHESTER, President
J. S. McKay, Secretary. . U*
XT Twelfth Warst?CROT?N WATER.?AU per
sous interest??! In re?] estate in ibe Twelllh ?Vord are re
qu-sted to meet at VanderWater's Hotel, five-mile house,
Tliird Avenue, on Wednesday, Dece i.ber 21, at 4 o'clock
P. M., to take such measores as shall be deemed proper m
obtain a repeal oi the t-x law, ?<* far as it imposes a r-x of
20 cents on a hundred dollars on rea Lai id peixmai estate in
that Ward lor the sHoport ol the Croion Water establish?
ment W. Molt, Isaac Adriauce,
by M. Hopper Molt, J.acob Harten,
Valentine Mott, Andrew McOoun,
Richard F. Carman, John J. Myer,
d20 2t* John J. Palmer.
ID" Bnigm InKti.u..- _* ctnre?.?The Tru?
tees have ma?le arraiif;eiu_it*> for a course of Lectures, to
be .riven on Thursday Evcn:ng of each week, in the Chap?
el Of Ihe Insliiuie.
Dec. 15?One Lecture by Etinu Burritt, E?.q. Subiect
?' The Rnbicoi? of Capsar ami dir Rubicon of Si. Peter.'
Dec. 22?On?- Lectoreby Prof. Alonzo Pott*-.*.. Subject
' The Object ol Education!'
Dec. 29?On?- Li-ciurt* by lt?-v. S. II. Cox, D. D. Subjrn
?' Selections from English Poetry, with comments anil il?
Jan. 12?On?? Lecture by Wm. B. Kinney, Esq. Subject
Jan. HI?One L?-cture by Rev. E. H. Chann. Subject?
'Copernicusand bis Times.'
Jan. 26?One Lertui??- by Rev. Dr. Bethcne. Subject
' Opinion ol the Ancier.t?.'
r er?. 2?.
Lectures coiniuenc?- at 7? -'cIock.
Sin?le lickei, ?5 cent*. ? a.*h. oi . 2 for ihe course (t*?n Lec?
tures;) a gentleman an;! l.i.ly. for :i:?? coui?e,-??3; ca <l? ni
admission foi i family, "?rl for the course. Stockholders can
obtain their ticket? on application m the Insulate, on or af?
ter the 24th i?t. GBO. W. BETTS,
d2 Cha nn?i L?-clure Committee.
ITr ITIercantile ?ibn.ry Asso; ir-tion.?The
StXTH LECTURE of the C tree will be delivered at Ihe
Broadway Ta leruircle, by GEORGE BANCROFT, _sq
on Tue?day Evening, i.0ih inst, l balfpast 7 o'clock.
Subject: -? Genius is ihe expression ol ihe spit it of the
Tickets, 25 cents, t?? be obtain?d at the rooms of the A~
SOCiation, Clinton Hal!, and m ibe door. Doors open at a
quarter bet?re7 o'clock. Bv ont? r.
dl9 2t* ISAAC H. BAILE >', Rec. Secretary.
XT R? Rer. _i_-op> II..-?.heu _ -Lecture.
Rt. Rev. Kisiiop Huches win deliver -? l_ctu:e heiore ih?
Catholic Library Society on THURSDAY, the 2? ::i?l,
IN THE BROADWAY TABERNACLE.
Subject?The Influence of Christianity on Cinil?aiion.
Dooi.? open at 7'o'clock; Lecture will commence at half
past 7 o'clock. Tickets? to admit a gentleman and lady. 5<>
cents each ; extra tickets to admit a lady, 25 crnls ?*?:h?
mnv be bad as follows:?Prom ibe officers of tue Society,
vii : Kev. John McClosky, St. Joseph's Church, Sixib Av
enueand Barrow*st; Matthew O'weil.61 Cnthaiine-.?ireet;
Edward Mcllroy. 177 Bowery ; Cornelius Diver, 85 Wall?
street; James O'Brien, 81 Brootne-ilreet. Eugene A. Css
serlv. 4 City Hail Place :?at the book ?or_ oi John Doyle,
169Broadway; Casserly ii Son.?. 108Nassau-street; _<I
wnrd Dumctin. loi Fulton-slieei; John McSweeoey, 20
James-street? from the Seitens of the different Catholic
Churches?and at the door on tHe evenin?; ol the Lecture.
Bv order? EUGENE A. CASSERLY,
d!5 _isThSTaW_Th*._Secretary, i.e.
XT Mr. __k>ney bas the honor io announce that bi?
Sixth Lecture takes place This Evening at the Corcert
Hall. .6 Broadway, and will embrace the Mission of St.
Patrick into Ireland, and the Chief events connected with
tbr ?.?mire Convers?o? of the Iri-.li Nation to Christianity. ^
The Family Cards having rxpirrri.i? charge of ONE
SHILLING only to each person for iid*ni5.?ion ft? each Lec?
ture ha? '.??-en rabs?tnted. Children under ten yean? of a_:p
admitted free. The Iront ?eats ure kept till halt pust s__
Mr. CARTWR?GHT, Mr. TAYLOR an.l other gentle?
men bava kindly VOlnnMered-tO sing the .Melodies of Ire?
land appropriate to the Lecture: among them " The Green
Immortal shamrock," nnd ?? S?vottrneen Det-lish."
XT Ladies lake seati at 7. H*
XT ?Under Garments.-C. C. HATCH, 97 William
sireet (opposite Plstt s-treet.) has on hand a superior assort
m-nl of ?ilk, cottoo, ?.vollen, Merino, Bei lin, and buckskin
U oder Shirts and Drawers, which, as the season ?s tarad*
varced, Ibe subscriber offers at greatly reduced priwes.
?120 2\vi?* _
XT Splendid ?ibrary at Auction.-THIS
EVENING will be s ?Id by GURLEY i. HILL, nt the N.
Y'oik Long Room, lGc> Broadway, an exten.-iveand rich col?
lection of the moit choice ami desirable Books, cliiefiy in
?necnlf vunA morocco binding, and embracing in addition to
the iraportaut Standard Woiks In Ihe varie?! depanmeuts of
Lilerdture, ?variety of splendid illustrated wo.ks. many ol
which are beaalifa iy colore?!. Il*
O* Fre-cl? L?ani;uustv-MANESCA'S ORAL
SYsTEM.? the s:'t>_r.l>-r, **._o ?ia? been fully iastructe?!
in ibe ase of this -admirable system by the late >obn _i.Iane??
ca, is now forming the foilo?.*? in?? ciisses. vu: One for jr?*n
tlemen in ihe evening?one for ladies in the morning. For
those who have studied the langnage ?id wish to perfect
themselves in it, a cla>s will commence with the fourth
course. L. M AN ESC A DURAND,
(j2*j It* No. 78 Franklic-strtet
XT The Inritation.?Come to ihe Temperance
Fair. Coma, leraperaace ?riend?, you will find all your
K>cieties there repre-ented. Come, anti-ieroper-.nce friends,
and help us to make our reformed peor comfortable durinj;
Ihe inclement season. You will nnd articles there of nse
and ornament in trreat variety, an?! at very reasonable
prie?-?. Tickets one shUliotr? tor w Inch re're.?brr.-nt* will he
Civeti.may be hud at Van Wagenen ???- Tucker's store, cor?
ner of Dey and Greenwich-si: eet?, and ax the bau door, cor?
ner of Dey and Wa.?hipg*on-sireet?- Fair open from ten
o'clock in ihe morning till ten at nigtt,darin? the week.
"> ??'.uionro?ix'i. Eucir?>-^la5Bt*tic PInt?r_
aflor?! every u.?y new evicleuce*?oi Hi- n" iniaiiibi** e?i acy f??r
curing all nervous di?ea?es,a.? acute an?! chronic RbeumatLsm.
Neuralf-v, the Gou i, Megrim, Tk?-Doloure;:ux. Danced?
Samt liuy, Chils, Scia-.it*. cramps in the*to*iMchand pains
broachtooby braW-. dWointintrs-awl .raclures. Al?o.
toe diseases of women aud your.?-- ??ir_: piie. rolort, amm
oorrbta. iupnre-sions vapors, servons attach?. _c They
are very useful, t-w, f()r lt.Ut.r!-t scroicla. s?eilin?s, ensip
ela>, paralysis in the beginning,, tc. Sold at the m(?deraie
price o: $1 oo, by MINUARD 65 Frankliu-strcet, N. York.
XT Good Board and pte*.?at R?x?ms can beobuined
al No. 2b cliff-reel *2) nl6 if
XTJL Great ?Tonafori.?Tne subscriber would in
form the resilient* of ih ? City and the Halted Slates ?rener
ally that his splendid ?-?.?abl'i?hment for Hair Culling, Dress
in? and Shaving. 17G Broadway, (Howard's Hotel,) is con?
ducted on ih- sain- liberal a xfelegaot style that has char
aceri?ed il since its op**uinc. (C'otoa Water, the ?realfft
improvement of the *ge to this City nas been made availa?
ble by the introduction of a foun'.ain with a good supply of
pure'sof. Water ?or hi? far famed Wasli Stand.) -nd to assure
tbem that nothing will be ?milted to retain for this t-siab
lisb-nent ils well-known title?the Ixest in the Uni-m. His
Fancy Store contains an elegant assortment of every iliin?
r? quire?! Ur i?akin*r an exoai?..e ToileL Perfumes the
richest thai can be procu-eii. Oil?. Marrow and Pomades, in
great variety. Hmshe?; and Combs ot every il?*?:ripiioo,
I Stocks. Cravats. Scarf?, Gl-ivt-., Suspenders,Shins. Bosom?.
| and Coliars, with a large assortment of under garments oi
; ihe ?.test and be*?t ?tvies. Old Bay Water for removing
j scurf and dsndri?" from the hair, imported e*?pr*e*-?iv by
I himself, wholesale and retail. WIGS and TOUPEES
? manufactured of the ri-iest material (ventilating and weit)
' by Charles Rid_*ay, wImse *?;?r_-e is a -mt?cis-ii guaran.ee
1 for their fittini; ami sapenprily over all others in rbe City.
N. B. Al?o, Day's first premium In da Rubber 0?er
' Shoes Macintoshes, Lile Preservers 4?c kr . at manufac?
turer's price?. GEORGE WETSELL.
?7 Sweodis 176 Broadway, (Howaro's HoteL
MAGNIFICENT BOOKS FOR PRESENTS,
Comprising all the
SPLENDID ENGLISH ANNUALS FOR 1843.
Also, a choice assortment of
STANDARD AND PICTORIAL WOEKS.
Fine Oxford Edition of the Bible, Tarions ?".ei, in elegant
Binding's, sniuble for Presents, -c.
Importe- and for ?ale by D. APPLETON k CO.
At their Literary Emporium, 2)0 Broadway.
D. A. k Co. respectfully in rite their customers aud the
public eenerallr to call an-i examine ."?eir extensive stock
of fine Books, suitable for the approaching holydays. dl5tf
XT Spencer announces to geniiernen tbat his arrange?
ments are now completed for sapplying according to pre?
vious intimation, a fine Fur Hat ai a price (83 ?iS;
wb;ch shall render it emphaiiosdly the cheapest as well as
lowest priced Gentlemen's Far Hat ever on sale in this
city. It is prepared in th?* same style which characterizes
our finest article, and like that article is offered at a pnce at
which it cannot be continued without an unusually rapid
sale. The undersigned with all t-onfidence atnrnis it to .'?e
for the gentleman and economist the most desirable Fur
Hat yet offered. (o20u) SPENCER, 245 Broadway.
'XT Orlando Fiat-*. Kasti i enable Hacer, 1S7 Broad
way, would inform the gentlemen of New-York that his
Fall and Winter style of Hats is now ready ?r their inspec?
tion and critical judgement. Claiming the distinction o?
having been the first to project and abide by a strictly
/.vaaiCAN style of Hau, instead of servilely copying the
Fashions of Europe, which are ollen unsuiied to our cli?
mate and manners , he rejoices to perceive that others have
seen fit to follow his lead, and that now the follr-wing of
European Fashions in Hals is almost entirely abandoned by
the leading manalactarers.
He offers a Whiter stylt ol Gentlemen's Nutria Ha? at
$3 50. and warranu ihem equal in material, finish, fashi?.o
and durability to any Hat sold as low as $4 in the city.
But he wishes it distinctly understood that his best Ha?s are
not sold at this price, hut at $4 50. The-e he recommends
as equal to any hat sold in New-York at $5 or under, and
challenges for tbem a comparison with any other.
Gentlemen visiting our city are respectfully invited to
call and examine hi*, new stock of Winter hals aad judge of
their quality. He is confident that, whether thu cheapest or
the bat Hat is desirrtl, the inquirer will here be satisfied.
Trvhim. (s20tf) O. FISH, 1S7 Broadway.
- in ?
XT Ward'* Bakery.?Tbe ratecriber informa his
old customer? ami Ibe public in general, that be has removed
hi. well known Baking Establishment from No. 179 Green?
wich su to thf commofiious situation No. 219 Fulton su ?ne
door above Greenwich it.
Having enlarged his Bakery he is now enabled to supply
all orders s?*nt ii him for his celebrated Cake? anH CmcKers,
which are so well known as to require no puffing. He in?
tends t?. bake for the Holidays Crik?=s ol every ??(-?cripiion,
the quality and cheapness 0!' which shall Ix* unsurpassed.?
The following is a list of prices of some ot his articles :
Plumb Cake.Is. 9d. per pound.
Do. Ho. plain irrd.2s. (id. "
Dn. do. ornamented, best style..2$. 6d. "
Almond Cake.'_Is. Gd. "
Citron do.Ik. 6d. "
Currant do.1?. 61. "
Macaronies.2s. 6d. "
Scotch Cake.Is. 4<i. "
New.Year's Ca^es, first quality.Os.10-1. "
Some may think the above prices too low for a good arti?
cle : lo such In? would say call and judge for yourselves,
at No. 219 Fulton r.t. one door above (ireeniuich st.
N. B. All orders ?h-inkfuliy received, and purchases sent
to any pan of the city. (2) dl3 tJl*
XT IffclYnmee Sc Mnuford, 64 Beaver-at.
respectfully auoonnce i<> ihe gentlemen of ?NewYork that
they bave in store iheir usual assortment of fine Silk and
Gingham Umbrellas, Stock?, Scarfs, Cravats, Linen Col?
lars, (iloves, white, black and colored, Chosson's and
Bajou's make, winter Under Gaimenis, kc. ??c.
To ihe above thrv have added, with espeaial reference lo
CHRISTMAS AND NRW-YEAR.
an extensive assortment of the RICHEST SATIN SCARFS
in this market, all ol which will be i-old al a smill ad varee
on cost- _ dlC ulanl'
XT A T^rttrr from Or. "Lnrdner on the
SUBJECT OF LIGHT.
New-York, Oct. 20, 1841.?At the desire of Mr. James C.
RooiCER. No. 4<*>6 Broadway, I have examined a Patent
Lamp sold by him, and submitted it to experimental trial
by Hie usual Pbotometic methods and have loundthat when
Hie burner act? with its gr?-. t?*?t power tbe light yielded i?
?*quai loaliout twenty one speim candles of ordinarr qu-?li
t-. Affording this illumination tbe consumption of Hooker's
Chemical Oil proceeds at ihe rat" of the eighth part of a
pint p?-r bon , which, at seventy five cents per gallon, gives
a co?t of 1 1-43 cent per hour.
In th?* practicnl u?e of these Lamps it will not be ndvisa
b e to push torn* to ti.e r maximum poner of illumination.
If it be assumed that they are adjusted lb give a light equal
m two-thirds el their gr?*ntest illumination, the ?.nving as
compared with an equal quantity of light obtained irom
?perm candles would he about f??urteen hundred per cent,
1 find it proper to observe, a.*o, that the light afforded by
h?-.??* Lamps is remarkable for its beavin ss and uniiormity,
,?;jd ifir the pnrenessof its color, which Is entirely free from
the pailid hue which rentiers gas as usually ma?u?Hciured,
ohjec'.ioDaiile. The comhastihle, ihn. ri?-s so fr?*-*ly from
Ihe reservoir to the burner that the Limp po-?e??ej all the
advantages of Caret's principle without itscomplexhy or its
liability io get out of order. DIO.v. LAItDNER.
A silver medal was awarded the sub-?crib?-r at the late
F- ir for this Lamp an?! Ii;rht.
The Solar Lamp, Lard Lamp, Chemical Oil Lamp, al?o
Ihr -Poor Man's or Economical Lamp, a new article f>r
burning lard or sperm oil.
J rut receive?! and offered for salt at low and reduced
prices over fifty new and splendid patfrn? of the above
Lampa, at the establishment of J. C. HOOKER,
466 Broadway (chespside) above G rand -street.
dl9 2l* _
XT Splendid Fair of the Lady Mitchell Total Ab?
stinence Sort? ly t'.r ih?* B?*tirf:t of th?- Fund* of the Mncheil
Society will come off on Friday and Saturday preceding
Christmas (28 t nnd 21Hi iiut.) at lb??ir Hal!, 5o3 Broadway,
Lyceum Building-. As the entire object of lb?* Ladi?*? in get
tins; op this Fair is Benevolence to the snflVriog poor; as
th-* c nseqaence of Intenipe a-'c, i; i? fondly hoped that
our le?o.v citi7.pr.s will liberaily aid us .n ibis cur rtrst at?
tempt to raise funds for mat r-urpc??e.
A:i extensive a?s<;rimeiit ofneefcl and fancy article*, An
im.il-, Book?, ice. wil be offered nt th?* mo-i reavinable r.ri
ces. Donations are solicited, which may he left *v:th the
following Lidie* :
Mr?. Br\a:it. 2!0 McTcerst Mrs. Van Dvko. 85 Elm st.
Mrs. C?-.le,7pl Broadway. Miss Odelf, 19 B;-?-cker.
',' Faiinin??-, Ion Laaren?. " Paisre,6S5Broadway.
?? Ur Wallace. lG9Spiing Mr.?. Williams, 40 ("armine.
" Dubois IS!? "-'uriviiD. ?' Meckler,222Wooster.
" Vanderwo k>?.',35 Madison.
Tickets 12J ce-,1?, ior which refreshments will be given,
to he had of either of the above Lames, or at the ?loorul
ih?-Hall. (119 Sr
XT KHicUerbockiT Bnkrry. 'J20 Bowery?
?to Mxth Avenue and at J. UUMBSK f.?-, 23 James sirt-eL
Titesubscriber avaib bitnselfof.llie facilities of ih- press
to inform tlie* public generally that be stiil roniiiiues his
Bread bu?ines? and that he ha? commenced, in addition to
;lie nuking of c.ik'*s of various kinds und qualities, ?il?o ?n
assortiment of Pi?-s and Crackers (Bolterand Graham:) al?
so Buiier and Ten '-??scu-t, Rusk, Dun*, ]?la:n and orna?
mented Plumb and Pound Cake.
The subscriber would call the at'pn'.im o| the Public Su?
perintendent? and Committees of S;ibl> ?th School?, or other
"?ocielies, i-.i his nropo*al as follows: He will (urnbh them
Cake of ihe various kin.'s for tl?** cost of the malt-rials and
Families giving !rir*.re orders will be allowed a handsome
reduction. Ord?*rs out of the city v-ill he ati?*ndetl to on as
rr.-i?j-inali!e tt-rtus ?? those of th? ci y. Order? lo he direct?
ed (*f by post) to the subscrlbeJ, ?.-I Bowery, stating d:>
tj?ctly the name of the Boat or Siage by which they wish
their or?iers sent* also (distinctly) tbe name of ihe person,
town or village to '.??hi h the package is lo be sent. No Or?
der will be filled up unless tbe dollars and cents accompany
tbe or.ier, or a ?aiisf ctory reference ?iiven, wlir? will be
botden fortbe amount ordered. WM. B. Hl'MRERT.
N.B. Th:* r?*a i?*rs of (or by)'the Sun, will pli*;i?e take
particular notice and civ?* the advertiser a share of Iheir pa
iroi.ag?*. N.i Lard u^ed in either of the above Bakerit--,--*;
cepi in ihe cooking of Crullers or Doughnuts. Three or
four p?T?o!is now out of employment and wi?hin<; an ?ipp'T
tumty to earn Irom one two dollars per ?lay, wjllbein*.
structed how it may be done by calling at 22? Bower, or
30 Sixth Avenue. W. B. 11. dl9 2w*
3D*IVetv H- rwtt?, Arc. Bunch "?ai-ins? in whole,
hall ?nil f|uai*.er boxes; drit-.i ?:urraut... I'uron, Sultana
Raisins, [.appr r.rtd *ol"t?sh?-ll Almonds, with a lariie assort?
ment of njt?of all kinds, for sale, whol-sale and retail, at
the Iowe*t market prices, for c*itb, hy
J. O. k D. FOWLER, Grocer*?,
25?? Gn-enwic'i-street, corner of Murray.
.Also, fine fresh Teas and Family Groceries,i?c
N. B.?Familiesand deal- rs are request?*d to give them a
call previses to pjrcha.ire elsewhere. d!7 to24*
Office of Vie New-York H-^wery Fire Insurance Co. )
No. 124 Bowery,corner Grand. ?
XT This C'oinpnHV condones m insure against Loss
and Damage by Fre at "reduced rat.-s of premium from
Office hours from I o'clock, A. M. io sunset.
JAMES LOVETT, Pri?i'lenu
Pstf.r Pincknkv, S?-r'rv (2) d6 lm
_j" Particular IVotice.? ??y-?-: ptr-soaa l-.a-'o
inrnitnre of nay descriptioii m dispose of, or who are biwak?
-ug up !:-.'?!??'-!icrp;.::.', will ?nd ? ready sale fer any portioa
or ali of li-vir goo?]?, by sen iin-r tli?ir address, or calling
apon i5?esnbscrih.'- (.c^i?? to -*ny amount purchased.
At private sale?Two Pinco F*?ftrs.
je2? tf F. CO? Tl * V i* CO.. 197 C"uat>arn-n.
XT Tue Popular Remedy ior all loose torms of disease
which, when neglected, ea.t in Consumption,such ascOUgfa
from any cause, sore throat, bo:ir??-nc?s, and ihe lik?;?'.be
Hygeine HorehoQiid Candy?is the most popular and suc?
cessful remedy, and is ooisefe-aly supplanting all the oilier
pretentied compounds vaunted so impndenilv by fictitiou*
und magulactcriMl cer.idcate makers. Sold wholesale and
retail al 432 Broadway.
In the sbip Crist-val Co?on. Groa Havana?F H McCrea
dy. late United Sutes Consol at Baracoa ; S R Facsbaw.
PORT OF NEW-YORK. DECEMBER 2D, 1_?
MINIATURE ALMANAC--THIS DAT
TH? St_ THE aoOH |f_.L SEA
Rises 7 2! ? Sets 4 32. Rises 8 1 I Morn. 2 H ! Mor. IS 28
Lo-iDor*. Nor. 3 ?Havre.Nov. 1
Liverpool.X0r. a. .New-Orleans.Dec. 5
Sbios Illinois. Ererleieh. Apa;.-?chirola. B*?vd k Hinchen :
W*~t?ins?er.Al ?o?l, Lond- ?W m Griswoli; Adiw?rdnck,
HackslafT. Liverpool. Geo T Trimble.
Brigs Madison, BnlkJ-sy, Savannah. Srurtres_Clear_an ;
Coloinist, (Br) Her,der?n, Liverpool. M S Rowland;
Houlton, (?odfrv. Oporto, R P Buck; George, Hall,
Charl?ton. G-?o Bulkley.
Scbrs Empire, Powe[?. .\nr;olk, Stnrges k Clearman:
E l?-n, (Br) Hubert, Shelboume and Liverpool, N S, J H
Bra i ce.
_ ? ? ARRIVE*?.
B"?T HeIl?-spon:, Randall, of t_?w*de__?, 23 dav from
St Ja?-o de Coba, with so ?far to m?ter.
Sehr Alabama. Cnsey, from N?*w_??.rn, NC, with naval
Scbr Townsend, Penny, from Washington. NC, with na?
Scbr Mary Ann. Perry, from Folly Landing, with cora.
Sehr Amity, Smith, from Virginia, with wood.
ScbrPheiie BUxa, Stniui.. om Alexandria, with dour to
Starj-es _ Clearman.
Sehr Ann Wyman, Tott-m, from Washington, NC, and 3
days from Qcrococke, witn n .val stores to Depcyster _
Scbr Thomas Wynns, Gaskill, from Newbern, NC, with
Sehr Two Brotbro, Fnlsom, from Washington, NC, with
Sehr Star, Williams, from Washington, NC, with naval
Sehr Delaware, Forbes, from Washington, NC, with na?
Sehr Emma Julia, Spaulding, from Washington, NC,
with naval ?tore?.
Scbr High Priest, Brutus, from Elizabeth City, with oa
Scbr Ovoca, Cadmus, from Baltimore, with flour, _c ?
Sloop Top-Gal!mit. String, from Brandywlne, with flour
lo Allen k Pax son.
B ELOW?1 ?hip and 1 brig. W ind N'W.
SAILED?Ship N?w-York, Copper, Liverpool: brig
Wra Nelson, Marris, Port an Prince.
The brig Tremor... Kelly, from Bermo-in. in ballast,
b-tvnd to New-York, ?eut ashore ou Sand Shoal Island.
Norfolk, on Tuesday lust A partofbercrew have arrived
at Norfolk, and Rate that she is well up on the beach, bat
had not bilged when they left her.
A lei. r to Walter B. Jones, Esq., dated at Norfolk, 17th.
states that Ibe Treinoni went ashore about 10 miles north of
Cape Charles,and that she is not much injured, and would
be ?rot oil without much trouble.
The sehr Express, bound t? Eirg Harbor, while beating
out of the East River on Sun lay, misstayed and went
ashore on Gi-v??rnor'* Is] ?ii?i. She ?vas got ?'ffby ihtsteam?
er Hercules ax high water on Sunday night, having sus?
tained little or no damage.
The sehr Cele.?te, Johnson, from Baltimore, for this port,
went ashore on Ahsecum Baron Sniur.'ay morning last.?
The lighter sehr Abraham Osborn was alongside taking in
her cargo. It is supposed she will be got off with little
damage She betones to Johnson _ Lawden's New-York
and Baltimore line of packets.
The ship Oil ans. Sear?, from New-Orleans for New
York, while in tow of ihe Mississippi, came incollisioa with
the ship Clinton. Ciipt. Ingersoll bound up the Mississippi
under canvass, nenr Poverty P??int. The Orleans carried
away h*r bowsprit and stove in her bulwark?, and was com?
pelled to return lo town for repairs. The Clifton sustained
but triflintr injury.
The brig Henry, of Brunswick, from Bath for Matanzas,
(before reported abandoned,) came ashore at Orleans Beach
A letter from the wrcckmaster at Orleans, Me., dated De?
cember 14, says?
" She wa.? loaded with lum'aer and potatoes?her ?leek
lond mo?tly pone, and all her ?Ails except the mainsail?her
cable and anchors, foretopmnsl and topsnil yard, boat, ice.
gene?no per*.ou e*n board. We are now unloading the
brig. If she is the brig Henry, as reported in the Boston
Advertiser of the 7th inst., as being two-thirds owned in
New-York, and one-third owned in Providence, or any oth?
er vessel, you will publish ibis, thai ail concerned may re
__*e information,and send en agents and receive their
Ship Caledonia, Brander, at New-Orleans, reports that
?arly on the morninir of ihe 4i!? in?t. saw a large American
ibip ashore on the Gingerbread Ground, near the Litile
toao? had some sal ?t.
Brig Wave, which sailed from Gl ureter on the afternoon
afine 15th inst. from Norfolk, struck on Rocky Neck, op?
posite that town, and probably got off at die next tide, un?
Xriatereatinf, Work?for Yonag Persons,
rtcendy published i>v
D. APPLETON _ Co. 200 Broadway.
Tb?? Young I?lander?a Kob.nson Crnsoetaleof the last
seninry. by Jeffrey Taylor, beautifully illustrated au?!
sound, 75 ?t..
Pictorial Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe, ibe
inly complete edition; 500 pintes; our large volume; $1 75.
Pictorial Vicar of Wakefield, by Oliver Goldsmith, lip?
is-. ???! of 100 ?Uoslral.?. .-Jl 25.
The Adventures of t.'ajit. John Smith, founder o? Virpin
a i?y the author mru Oncle Philip's Libeuy," price 37. cl?.
Ttie Adventures of Henry flutitsin, by the same author,
DawningSOf Genius?or Early Lives of Eminent Men, by
?Anne Pratte, price S7J cts.
T.-ie History of Joan of Arc. by P.. 31. Evans, _ illustr.i
.i'.n.-, 75 c?.
Kvenings with ihe Chroniclers.by do-, S3 plates, 75 cts.
Tales for the People an?) their Children?-edite?! by .>I.iry
Elowitt, Mr-, Elu?. Harriet Martinean, Mrs. Copley, Mr.
?landham, S. T. Arthur, fa;n. ?arryalt,kc. 20 voi?, 37.
.is. ? r.ch.
The Old Oak Tree?-many illnstratioos, a capital little
jook, 37i ct?.
Juvenil? Naturansl?Observations on Nature in Spring,
Summer, Autumn ?oi-i Winter, by the liev. IL B. Draper,
Hostrated with many plates. 2 vola , 50 cents each.
Gems from Travelers ?a the East?intended to ?astrate
he truths of Woly Scriptare. uearly 1(0plates,$L
A beautiful Miniature Lib my of approved works in
['ro.?e and Poeiry, lourieen vols. ..i c.i-e, price $6 50.
U. A. A. Co. bavejusl pu lished?
The R >?e?(?r Affectior?? G ii, lor IS ??edited by Emily
Vlarsball, illuslrnted with 10 sie.-i plat?, elegantly bounii,
in ce .-?1 25.
The Daughters of England, their Position In Society,
Character aod Re-njwcubtlity,by Mr?. Ellis; an ezceilent
vi rk fur Young L?. des. price 75 eta.
Bishop Burner's History <>? be Reformation ?f the Church
?t England, illustrated with 23 fine portraits?a sterling
vork ?or <? present, 4 vols tvo., price $3.
The Book of the Navy, by Prof. Frost, splendidly illu?
rated, pr;ce $1 50. _ di3
XT Bethel Fair.?'?'In* ladies of the Brooklyn Beth
?1 Society will h?dd theirannual Fair, for the snleot fancy
ind useful nrttcles, on Weduesday anil Thursday, at the
national Hall, (formerly L->tr Cabin,) commencing at 2
)'cl?k P. M. and continuing ihrongb the evening.
The avail? ol ibis Fair will be given to the American Sen
hen's Fri-nd Soc-eiy, which during the past year has com
?l-teH a large and comfortable Home far the **<ailorsin Ntw
fork, and is very much in want of funds to carry on its op
-raiion?. Brooklyn, Dec. 21, 1842. d_3i*
On Tbnrtday evening, 15th inst, bv the Rev. G. Bene
lief, Mr. Daniel Towns vnd, nf'New-York, toMi.? Mary Au
'U?ia Gwyer. of Norwalk. Conn
On Friiiav, l?th ir.st-, by lii? U?v. Mr. Peck, Mr. Janus
???zle, of North Carolina, to Itt-becca, ditugbter, of Geo.
?v. Ri.-is, Esq. of Baltimore IMd.
At M. bile. 7th inst., R**v. Robert L. Walker, to Miss Mary
... eldest daughter of Cnarles Gascoi-jne, Es?-.??1 of Mo?
December l'.:,J^me.s Lertine,73.
December 19, Fisher A. Tatrirard, Deputy Surveyor of
he Port of New-York, in his iith year.
December 18, James McBriile, sou of Captain William
December 13.1?aac Brewer, 87.
D-cember 13,M*ry, wife of Sylvester Van Buskirk, in
1er 80th year.
Deremb?' 13, Peter Hoflmire, 34.
December 13, Isaac Van OHnda, 42;
Drcember 17, Micbolas F. II -^.-man. in her 59th year.
Dectmber 17, Bridget GQmartin, wife of John Gilmar
Dc-bember 17, Rosanna, relici of John Wilkinson, ?5.
December 17, Mrs. Margaret Hunt, 50.
D?cerner 17, Mrs. Jane K'mpstoH,?^.
December l?, Caroline, Widow of ihe late Henry Snedi
,er, 29 vears and 19 davs.
At M::rt.*?-.'s Vine?, ar'd. 13;h ir.st.. Susan W., wife of Capt.
Mo?r-s A-iaws in the ?Jd vear of her a^e.
Ai Trenton, S.J .15:hi?t_. John Mer?bon, for manyyears
i rlrrk in the Treton Bir.k, 5P.
At Phila?:elpb-n, 14-.b __., .".hry Elizabeth, eldest daugb
er of Pnift*s?or Gibson, oi ihe University of Pencsylvania
ji her 2l?t year. . ?
At Georgetown, D. C, 14.h insL, Robert Getty, a clerk in
he Navv Department.
At Co&t?ville, ?adison County, liiicoi?, 1st inst. Mrs.
?, wife of Dr. Samuel Hall, and daughter of Hon. Darnel
Colbns. of Munkiou. Vu
At Canaan, l_h insL, Isaac L. V^n Aistyne, Postmaster
it that nlace.
Bv F. Cottonic Co.
SALE OF STOVES, Hollow Ware, Sec.
By virtue of ibe Assi?n? ?'?' and Landlord's Warrant.
On Thursday, De-. 22, at 10_ o'cleck at No. 132 Greenwich
?treet, corner of Fulton, ihe balance of ibe sioc?, consisting
-it every description of Stove?. Hollow-ware, Tin-ware,
Britannh Tea-sets, Fancv artir:?**. kc !?r.
d_ 3t" JOHN W1NTR1NGHAM. Constable.
Wm. W. shirlev, Anc?*neer.
SHERIFr'S SAL??Wednesday. Dec.
21, ai ?0 o'clock, at the Aactiou Room, 122 Fulton su
by order ?f the Sheriff. 12 ele.'-nt Ubina Tea aer.?, 3 Din
n%-r Srts, 70 stone China Pitchers, kc. Also at trie same
lime, by order of an asMgie?-. a quantity of new and second
baud Furniture. con?L-ung of Ciiaii-*, Tables, Wardrob,,
Secretarie?. B ?k-c_?e-, i;entre nnd Pier Tablet?, marble
taps} Work Table?, Loofe-nj Gl??es, Be?istea<ls, Piano
St?li, BuTi-aas, Shad?, Lampt ?Rdone Parlor Stove?cost
HOUSES AND LOTS in Brooklyn at
Auction.? There will be an extensive sale of im
proted and unimproved Real E.?t ?te by auctiou. To-Mor
row, Wt-dnesday, 21?U ai 12. clock, at rhe Sales Room, 14
Fulton stre-el. Brooklyn, by J-iim P??t. The property ?s
situated on Tillary. Jackson, Carl and Navy st_rets. for
pan.icDiars. s??c Bills and Adveri?e_eat in the Biooklya
Daily News, It*
MILITARY BALL?The Livingston
Guards will .?*>? > Ball on Friday evening, Dec. 2S,
1S*_ at ihe Apollo Saloon. Ticket* can tie had as folio**-? '
Ot _T*si<m J- J- DLon, 266 Pearl ?treet. (or Co Fnlion-sireet.
Brooklyn) ; Ser.:'; P. H. Vaileau. 19 Bedford-street ; Jan*?-*
Hunter. 4?*> Grec-nw.ch-slreei. corner ot H-.ib?*rt*?t; J. N.
"?*? ells? Jr. 9ih avenue, correr of :oti>.*?tr?-eu or of the Treas?
urer. 1 VauKtam, corner of' Macdoural-st.
dtS 5l* W. IL DE MAH EST. Seen -T
Military gentl-man a-e requ*-.?-' to n ynevninz?f -rat.
MEKICAN MUSEUM? Marble btirni
ing. B.-vidway. opposite St Paul'? Church.?D-tj
visiter? admitted ihe ?ame even:*.); Free.
Tbe Manager is happy to announce ihat he has. at an ex?
traordinary expanse Vr.g-.g?d General TOM TIU'MB, Jr.
Tbe most* wonder*-?:l Dwarf id the Work!, lie i? bet one
foot an? 1 ten inche* high, and weigfc? only Sf.eea poai!?i>:
Taat being precisely bis weight ?ben tbie* months ol.L
He is lively and taliative, of Roe symmeliicai propor.n--n,
andisucque.ii.via.lv ihe greatest livmtr cono*?itv in the
world. .Al?o engaged, ihe LILLIPUTIAN FAMILY of
tea performers; Mr. C. Sherman, the best Comic S.n.er in
America: Celeste, the admtre?i Danseuse: Miss Hnodttbe
charming Son*?str?*s*: ihe Fortune-Te.lmg Gip-ey G;il._t%
Also exhibiting, the Fac >imi!e of the ??real picture of Chn>i
Wealimr the Silk in th ? Temple, by Benj. ?Vest, Esq. ; the
Albino Lady, and ?i*0.0?**0 Curiousiii?. Adra**a?'..?r? lo ad 25
cents: children ball*price.
PLENIML? ATTRACTIONS! MAG
NIFICENT NOVKLTlF.s:: XEW.YORK MU?
SEUM AND PICTURE GALLERY. Broadwav,opposite
Ibe City Kail. Mr H. Bennett. Manager.
Entire Change of Entertainments.
Mr. NELL1S. BORN WITHOUT arms, will execute
? rreat number of wooden ul exploits, performing ?it? inanv
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. a:.d S H A V E ANY OF
THE AUDIENCE; Mr. JENKINS, ihe inimitable delin
eaiorot COMIC CHARACTKRS. POPULAR SINGFR.
and unequalled BANJO PLAYER; Ma*t. FRANK Dl.v
MOND, the ben ETHIOPIAN' DANCER in America:
Mr. D. WRIGHT, the FALSETTO VOCALIST.
Performances. Picture Gallerv DRESSES OF QUEEN
VICTORIA, live Albino Deer, Mermaid, _c?all for one
Thursday?Benef*$oi Mr. D. WRIGHT.
WANTe-D?Places by 2 respectable
American girls f?r housework and wasning. Best
of relerenc?*s. Apply nt 1.50 Entabeih-st. i:_i> 2i*
WANTED?A place by au industrious.
capable woman for cookiogor housework. Anplv
at ?5 City Hall place._gg_g__
WANTED?A piaceto learn shoemak
ing by a steady lad who has worked ai die bad?
ness. Apply al 244 Mot.-st. It*
?7ANTED?A Boy, a? s7G7?<t?el?l
r Plate Printiag-Office. 116 Nassau-st. Apply bo
fore 9 A. M
XT Ball Tickets. Cards, Labels, kc, m-ailv print?-.!. Ii"
WANTED on lirst Bond aud
_'Mortgage ou a brick house and I?*l
ui"the l":h Ward"" worth ?j?8,i:0**?bow rents lor $500 per an
num. A hvtter and mor? secare mortgage could not he <>b
tamed. Apply to A.LANE, 3b\ Wall-st. d^!' Otis'
WHOLE, HALF AND QU. BOXES
RAISINS; Sultana and Keg Raisins; Zandt Cur?
rents; Maileira and Genoa Citron; ?helled, sweet and bitter
Almond-: ground nnd whole ?Spice?; paper, ?hell -mri hrow.i
Almonds; Maderia Nuts Filberts; fresh Fi<*-s and Prune.?;
Malaga Grapes; Lemon?: fre?h Dal?'-?; Oranges; white an.i
black Walnut-; shelled Peanui?; Peanut?;, roasted dad*,;
Casta?a and Pecan Nul?; dried l'iuui*-, Peaches, <kc*.siiut
Peas; tine Hominy; Tapioca and Sago; Mace?ronla..*. Ver
macrlli; Bint Seed of ail kinds; Rock Candy: Jujube Pa.?!? ;
New green und black Teas ; East aud W. India Colfee:
ground CofTee, daily; Chocolate an i Cocoa Shells; prepon ?i
Cocoa and Paste; powdered, crashed and loaf Sugar; brown
and white Mugat*-; Me!a?se? and Syrup?; Ohio Honey in
draws; \V. I. Honey; Wine and Ci er Vinegar; Sperm Cnu
dles, ?*., 6 ana l?; Mould Candles; Winter and Fail oil; Ru?h'?
pateni Lamp?; Castile an?l Fancy Soap; superior Yellow
Soip; Flour, China. Butter, A.c.
Superior Cbampalgne; Madeira, Port, Lisbon, TcneriiTe,
Pale and Brown Sherry, Muscat, C.ar?-t, Sanios, and other
Wines; draft and bottled, raspberry, su aw beny and cherry,
very fruity; French and Martinique Cunt?ais In glass; supe?
rior American Cordials on draft; London Brown ?tout and
Philadelphia Porter in quart? ami pints; old ?Melbegiiu; bul?
La Norim, Rrgalia and other choice Sej-ar?; East ami
West India Ginger; Citron; Lim**?; Pine Apple; Oranf-?
and oiber preserved Fruits; Currant an.! Quince Jelly ;
Pickles in bot?es; Sardines in ail; C?pres. Oliven and An?
chovies; London Sauces; Mushtoom and Tomato Catsup;
The above anules, together with nnuy others, in th?
greatest vaiitty are for ?air by the <iu;intity or at retail and
will be sent to any part of li.e city free of exptuse, bv
GASsNElt k ?OLNG, No. Ich. Chatham street,
Near ihe Square.
G. ii Y. are the agents and are selling Saratoga Pavilion
Waier at greatly reduced prices. d2?) Ulis
?VV G(J?l5s^_-Chiun Diuner Sets,
Silver and Plateil Ware, i.e., at Gabdiner'* hc??'
Furnishing Warehouse,Nu. -4 John-street, between Broad?
wav and I\as??u-st. ?*?
The subscriber offers for sale. alTfte very lowest pr'xa.1,
a dioica ???sortaient of xmw and mostderiirable Good* In hi-?
usual Housc-FuaMiSHiNC BasMflMas, embracing
Sheffield and Birmingham Plated Ware;
Jap.i.n.ery ; Britannia un?l Block Tin Wares;
Superior ivory-handi?: Tn?>l?, Cuiiery ;
China, Glass ami Bannen Were;
Lamps. Chandeliers and Girandole? ;
silver Ware, kc. Vc. B. GARDINER,
?12ft Steod* _ No. J4 Jobn-st.
A~~T"P. COLE5&, CO'S. 701 Broadway,
next door to the corner of 4th?sire?*t, for New-YVar
frt?ent?. Calicoe? .- .'"??' new?.-?-, style, cheion. A great va?
riety of Dry Good* may Ije (OUCH here at 25 per cent lower
than generally sohl m this city. Cheap (inner BooUnnd
Shoes of various kinds. Rubbers of every description for
neu and ladie? cheap. Please coll. The prf:e we intent.
?hall sell <iur ?ooiIs.
N. B. We invite people to call before making their por*
?lirses (or New-Year's anl see our assortment, an I i - .
ui.<e lor yourselv? ? as u? pri..-e. n..i tfi
?VT E W A??) Ll_F?A?T PEU FUME .?.
L\ The ladies are respectfully invited to call and' .
niiine our rxtea?ive stock of Perfamury, cn-itainiog luany
iew and deliebifol scents, ?mpoited from Uie dkm ? i*W
iraled manufacturer? of London and Paris. Among il.<-?|p?:
.,?al??y,? celehruied ' Eau ?le Cologne,' a d?-licioiis per.
uin-ot ei(?ui?ite ?ragr.-inct-, distil led from a combination i i
he choicest tliwers, ?elected lor their exceiimg bweeinetu,
,vl-.en they are in their lulle.t vigor.
Saisjy's Rxtraitde Bergamotie, Ja?m'?n, C?drat and ?' tu.
-U'tt.? de Victoria, new compounds of eiquiiite svv?:et:..-.,.,
or the toilet ..--i handkerchief.
Ede*s Hedyosmla, acknowledged the most elegant per
unie for the Assembly or Boudoir, fmpartin. to ii?e hu .d
lerchief a very agreeable-, refreshing aad I is'.i--?' o<ior.
Patey'? New Perfum? (Curonella Ro*?a) an eit-uisite, on?
?:ri-1 ami perill?n? i.l p?*ilnn?e, imponed irom Sii.raws.
Al-<>. inst received,a fresh supply of true German Co
o?ne Water, (F Mana Farin,' a vj*ry fragrant article, du>
illed Irom the liowers.
David SANDS k CO , Chemists,
d20 lm 77 East Broadway, cor. Market-St.
COAL? COAL! COAL!?Thoa?becri?
ber haviag taken thp yard southwest corner of Km.
ind Gr?eiiwich-*tre.-t?. 1? now receiving a foil ?uppi-. of
3cbuyIkill and Peach Orchard Coal, sxlected from toe best
veins, which heorier.? at tbe following reduced prices, v;z;
From the yard, 1st quality, broken ahtfscreened, $5 50 p ion
" " Egg size. " ??o '?
" " Stove, " 5 25 "
" ? Nut, " S f'O "
Deiivered free of cartage.
.,20 lm* JAMES DOWNEY.
DR. "iVlcM??r^^r^J?x?r of "Opium.?
This ?3 a new chemical preparation, coniamin*; all
be valuable medical qualities of Opium, in a naiural state
if combination, to the ?-?.elusion of it? noxious pnnciple. ?
???ild at wio!?!3l? nmi rMail by DAVID 8ANDS k CO.,
Dru""i?ts and Chemists,77 East Broadway, c?irner t?f Mai
JT?t-so___ _d202w is
?TEEL FlKE I1?ONS.?15?J _ets new
_^ and elegant patterns polished steel Shovel,Toogs and
Pokvrs. wiih Standards to match. Also, bras? and irou
Coal Hods. For sale law, in lots t<> suit purchasers
W. M. SMITH, 75 Plait-??.
N. B. Iron handle Knives ami Fork?, in sets and do7en.?,
German silver Butter Knives, Spoons, lee. ?120 3**
OTiCE.?The subscribers have this
day entered into co-partner-hip for thepurpcieoi
mporting Boot and Shoe Manufacturers' ankles, under th?*
?rra of CHARLES H. KELLoGG k CO.
CHARLE--; H. KF.LLOGG,
Dec. 2.1342. ROBINS C. BLACKBURNE.
?lore, So. 10 Ferry^treet. ?i20 Im*
ly on hand. r?-ceive?i fr*-sh every new arrival,a la'ge
?apply of g?K)d >ize, heilthy Swedish and Geruiau Leeches,
Jiat will hue q-^iek. For sale by th?* Ihousaml, hundred,or
loten, and put ap in turf so as to be transported withsaiety
;o any part of ihe country.
Leeches applied by a comp-tent person at any time.
* DAVID SANDS-CO,
Wholesale and retail Druggists and Chemists,
d 16 2wi? 77 Ea?l Broadway, corner Market st.
GENUINEDKUG? and MrllJ?Jl?E?.
French, English and German Chemicals; Leedie*:
:h? ic?i Perfumer}*, Toilet S-iaps and Cosmeti?. Al?o, a
artre aisortment of Hair, Tooth, Hatan?l Nail ?ra?h's.
For sale. wh?)l??saie or retail, by
D \.VID SANDS _ CO., Chemists and Apothecaries,
?116 2wis 77 Ea? Broadway, corner i?t Market-?t.
I?D?AN DYE for coloring Grey orLi^ht
Hair ?r Whiskers a hard?ome Brown1 or Jet Blac'i ?? a
few hours, witttout staining tb*-s?.in. Price 75 cen-s. For
sale by DAVID SANDS ii CO.,77 East Broadway, corner
Market-st. 015 2wU
N PURSUANCE of an order of the Sur
rorate of th<? County of New-York, Notice is hereby
civen to ail persons raving claims against Robert Kckart,
late af ibe city of New-York, caulker, deceased, to present
die same with the vouchers thereof to to*? subscriber, at bis
resirier.ee, No. 1 Bnxirae-slre.ii in the city of New-York,
on or hefure the iweoiy-secoad day of June next.?Dated
New York, the nineteenth day of D-*ceml>*-r, A. D., 1842.
?120 lav.?Jm'r_WM. GRAY, Executor.
gms, ADAMS & CO.'S New-York
j^*-v-"?"lifar.d Newart Ex'.re?^.?The publicare res-ieci
^&jB folly iafornied ihat the sabscrihers have eslah
" iished an Expr-ss betweeu New-York an.i New?
ark, N. J.. for the transmission and speedy delivery -f
Package?, Bondle?, Money, _c.,t'e coliectioi of Noleii and
BilU. aaa ail o*.b?-r busineii appertaining to an Exj.re*s?
Orders ior articles tu he returned by the Express will lie
delivered Irte of charge.
Odke in New-York at No. 7 Wallstreet, and in Newark
ai Smith's Newapar-e Depot, No. -l?o Broad-street.
Leaves New-York at 111 A. M. ami 4$ P. M.
" Newark at 9 -V _L ami U P. M.
_20 lm ADAJ?S k CO.
_Al: GTI?N SA L r. b._
Josiah R.*c_j?i?. it .-Qo^.-er.
Y BANGS. RICHARDS & PLATT,
Store 156 Bro?r?i_r_\
Lib?--? cat*- advance?; made oa co*?s _-._;?itt for a-ilion
?/.EG_.VT ENGLISH __. ___S AM) ILLUS
? ;.* ?-E." ... ?"- STA.\:S :/*'' H-'Of.?'?} 3_o/_>'
SC IT ABLE FOR HOLIDAY GIFTS. ?Y?*.
T-c USDAY EVEN ?NO.
hXTK**siva s?t__ or New Book? ?A iarse colleci-on
o: new ?ml fresh stock, embracinc Standard aixi M-s-ita
neous ? orks. Bible*?, _?.. io be sold bv single cop.?*? or tn
lm>i reams oi A - ?.-> ??-?--?. ?tso, ?5 cases ot'Amnl
Letrer Papers corotMinj-: ot No?. 1 2 and S, ruled and plain
? -I be sold it: qu?uu>? to sait purchasers.
Y S. Dr_-Pl_KrT_Z^tore 54 v.tl
iiam-?reel, corner of P-.ne-ur??ft.
At 10 o'clock, at the Auction Room.
Cloths and Cassij-iEtes?From die ?elves?on a credit
of ?_ monihs. for improve?i endoi s_i not?-??_o p-._rs ?a
??rior West of England Cloths and Cav.:_er_,jn?t im.
Also. 12? pieces improved Canvass Padd?*_ for tailor*'
THURSDAY, Dec. 22.
,\t 10 _ clock, at U?e auctioa r-oom.
French Goods? By i?lalorae?For appn>v?M?*ndoned
mit? m6 mc?tubs?too'cases Fn-nch S?;V Goods.comprisni**
an ei tensive asjonment of taocy and staple aniel???f re?
cent ha portait-is.
Cat?oru_ an?l sampl _ on the morning; of sale.
FRIDAY, Dec. 25.
C sTAt.Ov.i-*; Sale?it? <*_. of FEC.vca, tis_in a*_I
Chinese TOYS, suitable for Holidav Girts.
Also, a splendid rnar&ie Sialue of Mercury, Import?I to
Also, 2S cases lar*-* siie Chinese Tea Candiet, tilled with
green and black Tea.
Also, a splendid asscrtment of Wine Stands of various
shapes anu Style?.
Also, an invoice of Bohemian rich cut Glass, ??ralutinjf
of Decanters, Wines, Tumblers, kc kc.
SATURDAY. Dec. 24.
At 10 ?Vclock, at the auction room.
Cloths and Cassimkres?From the shelves?on a credit
of six monihs for approve emlorsed note??_0 pi***??* ?a?
penor West of. England Cloths and Ca?imer_, just im?
TUESDAY, Jan. 17, tS4i
By order of the Collector of tbe Port, s-3 package? Mer
ehandise, havim- re??ame?! in the Public Store upwards ot"
nine months. For particulars, see the dairy paper??.
AT PRIVATE SALE.
4IV? pi?**c???i 4-4. 5-4 and 6-1 red and white Canton Matttnir.
BY ?L?_*V~n?MBAJ_L-~uffic?5 N_~~?
Bread, comer of Wall-reel. *.
A. K. will ??:-.?? bis atteniion to the sale of Real ?stale,
Stocks. Furniture and Out-Door Sale* generally.
Money procured on mortt.ee in sums to suit applicants.
AT PRIVATE SALE.
One ot the most desirable Pews in the middle aisle of 0t>
Bartholomew's Church (Lafayette Place.)
A new 3 story dwelling bouse and loi in Uuiversity Plac**??
the 4lh house atxsv.? Eleventh strevt.
The 2 story dwelling house an?l lot No. ?_0 Fourth-strvet
overlooking Washington Square.
Tbe 3 story ?Iwelling house an?J_lot No. 72 Duan?, street.
EC?IV?MY IN DRESS?Extensive
assortment of Rich, fashionable and elegant goods fbf
winter wear. W)|. T. JKNNINGS, No. 2_? Broadway
American Hotel, offers for the inspection of the public, an
extensive ?assortment of seasonable goods, comprising Bea?
ver ami Milled Cloths, for Surtoals, Sacks Frocks, kc
The Sack Overcoats, (so much m vogue,) afforded
fourteen dollars, cut and tiimmed in first style, will be t?un
worthy the attention of the economist.'
Cassimeres in a great variety ol styles for Pantaloons.
From those who have found any ?liiliculty in getting suited
in this article, a trial is solicited.
Rich Brocade i-ilk and Sniin Vesting?*, (entire. u-.,v styles)
'or balls, parties, _c. Merino?, Velvets, piain S-Hks, Salms
ind Cns?meres, all of which will be made up to order un?
1er the superintendence of as efficient cuttert as ?,in be
found in me couutry, at prices lo suit the limes tor ready
iiionty. d7 lsif
' A Principle made practicable is a Principle made use!?.'
NEW-YORK CASH TAILORING
ESTABLISHMENT, 149 Fulton-*., New-Y-k.
Tbe undersigned, in announcing to ?eir patron*, their da
tertainalioti to adhere strialy to the priaciple of cash dea.?
iig m their busin? ss, would take occasion to say that tbey
iave become well satisfied of the practicabiliiy and useful?
ness of sucb a plan by the uniform success which bas?t.
.'?mied its operation In their bouse from the commencement.
The advantages derived by tbe customer from ibe adop?
.ion of this system?thereby realizing a gain ot 30 per cent
ipon credit prices?they conceive perfectly obvious, and
therefore need no comment- Of tbe merits of their house
snd the facilities will?, which they ?re invested of furnishing
* cheap ami rich garment, they will not ?I i bite? fully as
,ure?l as ibey are ?a* tins simple facl Is too well known
tlit-ir celebrity too wwli established, to require further re
1113 ?t. And in calli?'.; tbe attention of the gentlemen of tbe
Uni?d St.v.?'A, ?i?l New-York in particular, to their a?sort
mtnt of choice goods, tbey will merely observe that ?.de?
viating punctuality and dispatch In answering the command*
of Ihetr fric-us is as muc?i a part of their system us cash
payments. i?n is.f J. 0. BOOTH k CO.
I7?L?ID i-^Gi-ESlA.?Murray, and
JL Dlnnelbrd's Fluid Magnesia, a mild, safe mid elegant
?nli*acld ?un. aperrear, pot???ng nil ihe pr?>periie*i oi ihe
Magnesia in genernl use, io n much more convenient form.
Km ?ale by DAVID SA.\DS k CO., 77 _ast Broadway.
cor. Market-sL_dl9 2wta
ROWAN EYE BALSAM.?D?e._MK.,
weak and inflamed Eyes or Kyi-lid? are safelv and
ipettdily eared by the application of this valuable Balsam.
It ia iheb?*st remedy ever discovered To* any ?llsease of ?he
Rye. Price37^ cants. ?M b< DAVID SANDS k CO.,
?7 Kasl Broa? i way, ?orner of Market-street, 79 and I?. Ful
inn-street, and _3 Broadway. dl7 2wls
F~OR S Al__^?h?nd S-7e7W_tch_3,"
Spectacles, Pencil Case? and Tblmbto, Silver Spoons,
Liiamond, Hub?, Emerald, Tuni/joi?-, Chased and Plain
Kiugs; Carneo. Amethyat, Garnet, Topas and ?Mourning
Sroacbes; tine gold Fob and Ou_-it Chains, gold Br.?c*-lets,
i'i- Bracelets; Hnir braided to order; gol?l L*e.aets, gold
Keys, with ie.?i ttoaescttbagi ; v/i?.h a varirty of other goods
luitaole for HOLY DAY Presents?all of the latest patterns
m?; at verv low prie??. Old Gi.lJ and Silver taken in ex?
:bauge. Watciies at?d Jetvelry I?-paired.
U. G.STON.K, 401 Broadway.
?117 tj.ir.2i.*,* _corner t f WalUer-st ?M. Y.
" ~< _ J U L1TZ P1 ) VV DhTkl^Mfid? of the
- b?1 imported materials, fall weight, an?l pul up very
lly, fir sale wh U-.-.iI.; or retail, by DAVID SANDS _
CO. Ap?)ih?'c?ries and Cheinist?, 77 East Broadway, corner
if .Market st. H?7 2wia
Anoilyne Toothache Drops will cure the most violent
|V>othacbe i?? one mincie. Price 57. cenls. Prepared and
old by DAVID SANDS It CO. wholesale and retail Drug.
?isu ami Chemists, 77 Kast Broadway, corner Market st.??
?9 and ICO Fulton si. and .7': Broadway. dl7 2wls
The cheapest and best in ibe market, made at short,
iot Ice at No 6 John-street. The public are invited to call
tad examine. in_ lmn?*) G. E. LOCKWOOD. 6 John-st.
lViD^ND.---T?_rT?oard of Datera
of " The Howard Insurance Company " have do*
:liirt-d a Dividend of TEN p?*r cent on the new capital,
aayah'e on an after November 21, 1?2.
LEWIS PHILLIPS, Secretary.
Novrmber 15.1342. _n!6 2mfs_
I~^CO_O^Y~l? DREsS.?Sack S?r
_ toub?. the styl*? of Overcoats si much iu vogue, ar?
lfbinied ai$8, $12, $14, $nj and ir20, from drab, brown,
?lack ?mil blue Beaver and Pilot Cl?ilts and for sale, ready
nade? al 223 Broadway, American Hotel.
?11.5 ihtf WM. T. JENNINGS.
COLOGNE YVAThR.-Just received",
a fresh supply of ihe true G'.rman Cologne (F. Ma?
?a Farina) of a most delicious fragrance. Also, Cologni
>vater ol our own manufacture, very fin?*, iu quarts, pints,
ind half piebs, for sale by DAVID SANDS ic CO., East
Broadway, corner Market-it._dl5 2wis
V_ b warranted equal in strengtb to Russian Isiitg'ass,
br table jellies, blanc mange, i.e., and of great servie?**
where delicate animal food is require?!. Only uuar.er the
jrice of ftu>.?'.an. Sold by DAVID SANDS it CO.. corner
K.i-t Broadway and Market?t ?115 2wj?
HOREUOUND CANDY at 20 Cent?
per poui.il?Itorebound Cn.jdy (broken) made from
he Clanfieo ?s_ace oi Horeboand.at 211 cents per ;?ur?d
or sale by R. L. k A- t-TUART.
dl Imis _A Oreen wich ?tre?-*!.
H~E?KY'_ MAGNESIA.?The geou
me imported Henry's Magnesia, in bottle?. . The
piue.t and best Magnesia in use. ror sale by
DAVID sANDS it CO., 77 Kast Broadway,
d!9 2wis corner of Markel-stre_.
LnTRT?Y .^IJ?tI OlL^?r rendering
B*-? and Shoes durable and water-proof. Tbis ea
celient an-cle is i-iw sola at the low pric-e of 12J cent? per
box- It preserves and ?ttrenethenj all kinds of leather and
[rives it a durability unequalled by any thing heretofore of?
fered to ?e public- Manufactured and sold by
M. LE ROY it. CO.. 122?. Fulton-street,
3 doors e_i of the Sun Offie
Counirv merchants supplied ai a liberal discotuiu
W" ATCHES lower than ever.?In con"
seouence of the re.luction of ?iuties by ?he late
tariir the subscriber is filing his stock of CoM sn'!.->T^
Levers, Anchor Eseapemectf, Lepin-. stA OWTJfVOK?
of new aa?l splendi-1 patterns, a-?d Jew-lry at .?*??"_?*?.*
cor?iderabie reduction :rom former pnces, ^?^. ???<?
low?>r tlian thev _r? be ??ought for at any otn*r P ?e-n
ihe city. Gn\d Wa_hes as tow aj ?^ ? ?Jg ?gC
Watch? -tDdIewel.7exd.aazedor?Kmgbt A? w^?2
Watch, and Clocks repatreo id w? .
rant-i, at mach L_? tbaa ^2A?2__?d Jewelerr
ci r ai l FN. Im^rterof vvatcr??*?an?. JC?e.ery,
oYlt\?' A^KM^1 *> W*11?- *? Ktlurt
FOR BALLS. PARTIES, __^Ch_c_
7,, ???msof e-i'ire new?*;!?* Brocade Silk an? Satin
ir_-_M_r Dreu Vr-S,just re?^ive?? at 223 Broadway.
disid? __ WM. T. J-NNINGi
TH? LADIES will find a very extec-ivo
siock of -n_r.i?h. Freac'n and f-Jerman Perfumery,
containing raanv new a?i?i t-jrant sceats, from tbe most
celebrated a_DUv-tarers, for s_e by
dlS 2wis DAVID bANO? k CO. 77 ??t Breadwa?/