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J A M t: H tiOBDOS H K \ X K T T, PROPRIETOR AND EDITOR. arncrf ?? *? co Hk<t or pulton and rassaO stb. v?lai?>? IVia ... N?. J3U A MVS Eli UN *8 THIS tTENTNG. nrrnopot-rrAN hall? j< lukm's cokowt. BO? f.*Y THEATER, Bow?rr Dawon and Pythias Kl? ik tHI . * .? V?1ZABU ? th?.VVAVK. BRCaT>WA> Tilf aTKh Hr ?d*r?y -AcR:k?nc- ShOck ?. A vents. NIBLO'.*, Br<>?<Jw?y?The Prophet. M'H'ON'S THEATRE, Chambers r'ml Pox Hvnt? VllDIilMi UlNSTKEI. NATION *L TUEATKt i h..h?n ?tr?e&?Afteraoo* *a<l Ukcle iuh'i C?ui.v. WAlUCH'S THEATKK BroAU*Ay-A Cube eor Co qUITTIh-lil.EAK Hfl lit. AMERICAN MUSIl* A",?roon and STcnin*-Uncle Tom's Cabin. ______ BRO 4 DW.i Y KKNAG-CRIE ? Siablse T'wins and Wild ByXsTS. towEXT A V PHITHEATKR, 37 b >werr.?Eqi'mtiuai flBMH MANCES. CHhISTY'S AMriftK AS OPERA nOH^R <7J B mmJ ST?y.-AtHIOFIAN MlLOJIEl dV UIBI31V1 M IN 1 J UK l.H. WOOD'S VINSTRELS. W ood s lflnstwl HaII, A44 Brokd Cvy AlKIOPIAN V1NSTUKI.sy. BDCKLEVS OPVRA HOUSE, 530 Broadway.?Bicb Am s Ethiopian I fua Isoi ri. BANVaRD'S GfORAUA, 6U6 Broadway.?Panorama ?r'iHi IIoly Land. AiiMSll (? Al.Lfcf Y, .063 B> jadway.- Day And Rroni if FLC.NOR BLITZ.-Stvyyesant Institute 660 Broadway ACADEMY TIALL, fid! Broad-nv ?PciiiiA.u'8 Gitt Ex hibition or the Seven Mile Mirror. POWELL'S C.RE^T NATIONAL P vINTJNQ f ib the '.?OTERNME?.?, IS new CHS AT the SA1IONAL ArAOKMI . r De.ik.n, tH-'l iiroiiti .ray. POPE CHAPEL, 71.^ Bro?<lwa/.??Jones' Pavtosco ?e. THE WORLD IN If I.N'I.i i'URE?Broad ?ay coiner of #Tm? uti'tt. ?lew Voik. Wednesday, Dccenihcr 7, 1853. The Xewi. We regret to kirn that the steamship Humboldt, board from Havre and Southampton to this port, in attempting to go into Halifax to procure a supply of fuel, ran ?ground near the latter place yesterday, and will prove a total lo?>s. All her passengers and crew escaped, aud the former had arrived in Ha bf*x. By the arrival of the steam^-hius Europa at this pnr and the Humboldt at Halift^, we ire in receipt of one week's later advices from all parts of E trope. We have imik rtsrit inteifttnce from the seat of war, which ? alttn ugh th? despatches are somewhat contradictory ?confirra^ tte report of the success of the Turks up to a cettaiu point. At OltenPza tbc loss of the Itus Biaiih was par'icclarly -evere. and it is now said thit nolens than a thousand of tieir trooos, including many officers of note, were left de id upon the field. A succession of fl^hts took placc from tin 4th up to the llt'> of Nove "her, ami after a successful struggle at Guirgovo, it wos said thrt the Turks had actualy pasecd to Bucharest, flxl the town in tbite places, and co n;>e'. ed the Russian8 to retrofit to Cmustadt. It would apoei" b wever, frcm Vienna cieajutshes of tbe 11th of V* t m?er, tba'. the army of Omer Pacha bid surtaxed some reverses, for Prince GortoCt&koR asserts thit the mere sn'id concentration of his troops caused t'?e Turks tr abandon all their positions on tbe left bank of the Dan.be except Kalefit, and reiross the river. This report was officially coefij med at Her iminns'adt. Before quieting O^'euitza, the Turks destroje! a'l the work-. Should 'he wir con'inuf or til spring, the Sultan wiil take the Se'd i i person. It is said that Lonia Napoleon will immediately t-tke a v.;ry dfci-ive stand upon the subject of the E is tern policy of France. M.tiy Cabinet Coancils were h-,11 in E&glauo, but rite public ooa'd not learn 'be re opinions of the Mincers. Lord A>erde?n hii noi rosier' -1 the Premiership. TLe irrett of a person in Lyons, for porting rev ?ln ticrary ^anrbi'.l? ou the ^all-* at Orleans,hid c.n-eo consldiTOle sensation in "ranee, bet the people wt re too mnch engrossed w.th v?ar it Turkey to nl'ow tb'ir thoughts to bo long dieted t > any other matter. At last accomta al! was qviet. The 0,>ert Comique conspiracy fris i-t luve eri .od. M>iiy of the rioUrfl were covictod. General X&rvft'Z hail been i*cei -ed by the Qre?n r.f Spain, at Madrid, in a rather eld manner. The Queen of Portugal u> dead, and her hu-iburi | has oeen declared re cent until her eldest son became ' of ape. "? Tn cociec'.ion with the President's Message, upon ; which wc have commented at "ods'derible length in ' a leadir g article, we publish a psner from the Indian ; Department, giving a very .titer.-.sting and instruc- I tive narrative ot the various tribes of red men in diflerent parts of the cour.try; also, a synopsis of the report Ir m tbe Secretary of the Navy, by whoh it will be seen that Mr. Dobbin recommends mau\ important and higt.ly ncee^rsry reforms, botn in the manner cf con-trusting and officering of vessels. Toese documents are a'i that we can make room for to-dsy, ont of tbe maiy reports that were sent into Congress yesterday. To mcrrow, provided intelli gence of a more important character ii not received, we shall tDFcrt ?ucb other of the papers from the do partments ss may be of most general interest.. The public land fever in once more rag Dg with great integrity in Congress, as will be seen by the report of the Senate's proceedings yectcrdiy. Mr. Gr a y ants a donation of lat.d to as ist ia co.uTnct iup a ruilroad frcn Pan Francv-oto the boandan of Oregon ?erriiory, nnd Mr. Adams, of Mtssis-ippi. j ami the Iowa Senators, a'3 desirous of procuring a* much of the public do-nain as n?.< ib',e for prop ped j rwid.1 in their 8'atc. A bill was px??eJ remui' rat'ner Incicxj". f r lands cded to'hat S ate on ter admis- j Hion into the Union, hit whii h had been previously taken pcEsef sion of by s?ttlf rs. Notices were given of bills to cede to Ohio and Iucima the r.noccr.iicd public lands wt bin tbeir jurisdiction. Last, but not leaft. the famous HomesV?ad bill,giving land totvery head of a family, has alrendy lx>en revived, as will be feen hy tfcc ro'ificatic s of Me-nrs. Gwia and Chase. %onld the multif,ii;ous cb-.rncs Tor distri bnting the public dorcain am ng the Irtc^Ty cormo rants eppiyisg for it, become law?, ths c>veniQaeut rrohoi.'y wou.'d not own an PC-re of lard *rrt'i Itav ing by the erd of tire pr s? nt Presidential te; n. However, the cpponc-ttof tieso appro iriotion? by wholesale have little to rear, if that portion of the me^a-re i pen tbe enbject i" 'o be 'aVen an index of General Picrc<''s deteixom^tl >n. The friends ot the gTeat Pacific H-uh smI project are reported to have i>een made qui e r?anous l y ting dooament. Conf'ulerable ccutrover,?*' took j la<;? in the II nae of Repreviitfitives jesterday, respectirf the election of Crap'ains to Gongren. Sweril gentlemen are oppeftd to the employment, of ministetc either iu Congress or the army and ntvy. A prop^>fcitton was made t? deduct the Ffc'#ry of the cl.anlain?' fro a tbe per diem of members; it war, however, flnr.liy de. cided thattbey be e'eotjd for tbe fall C>ngr? dona' term. Mr. JDean presented a sr ries of resoU 'ioos, wbich were laid over, lindin'r Cipt. Ingrahim and his oflicers and men for their gallant conduct in rescuing and prote<:'iog Koszti ia the harbor of Smyrna, and proposing t) pre-ent the former pm tlcman with a sword. Hy the -?ay, we learn th*? KofZta DaJ an interview with tbe Secretary of S'ate yesterday. TLe adjournment of the Hoise withon' disposing of the printing qneition, is indiutiveof the actnal nnpop?l?rity of the course recwMy pur ged by tbe cou/luctors of the Union newpipe Whether enough Copf;rws<nen can be found to a*<'*t in thecuculntiou <t the antiunion untlments / H< ? ditors, hy a^uln giving it the printing, we to prt'babJy ki.ow in i d 'y >r t fO. f)iirs#erUi ard other u. spa>< Iicj contain a ririety information to which the attention of tbe reader oii*cted for dctatl*. An org other Items we le ;ni i ..t to-morrow hue Is en fix? <! npon for ??3Jmeieinjr f !?" T 'nl "i 0 nh er, >n <be ? rn jiot C"ert Vr. Dton Bour^icauH ro m ucel b s series of "Wirter E rruinjn#"?he desired it to b? andentoad ?hit they were not lecturis? ?t Hop* Chipel last night. The t-uhj ct of his d acoarse was' European Bo'-ittj." A report is iven elsewhere. The Society of Universal Democratic Tie pub lican?, organized to propagate republican principles in Euro,*, and to alvance the < m ncipitiou of those downtroddsn p< oj le subject to the whims and im positfons of tj runts, held a (netting at. Siuivesint Institute last night. The great pressure of news compote ns for the present to omit the proceedings of ti e racetiog. The New York Historic Society held its usual moitlily meeting, lust tvtning.tn its rooms in the Uohenity. Judge Edmonds was to ha?e read a paper on Centnl A inerica, but he did not nuke his appearance. The room was *e!l tilled with mem bers of the society and va> tere. The first of a course of lectures for the beneGt of the coitiugent or c'lari'y fund ot the Protectant Episcopal Church was delivered last evening, 11 the chapel of the University, by Rt. Rev. W. J. Kip, D P., Missionary BUhop to California. A report of it is crowded < ut by th? pressure of other matter. A quorum not being present, the Board of Alder men did not organize last evening. The resolution rela?ive to the Manhattan lUilroad Compioy <?as called fr?m the table, and .Mr. Bontoa then offered another resoJuti' n of the same purport, only ad liug a proviso that the said company are not to hive tbe exclusive right of Broadway. After a brief discus mod, the resolution was carried, ?y a vote of 13 to5. The resolution from the Board of A dernea, pro riding fo; ti e tkction of a Chief Ea^iueei of tbe Fire Department every three years, wis concurred in. Both boards of the Baltimore C jmuio i C ?uncil have pa i-fd the bill authorising the endorsement of the loan cf five millions for the Bultimote and Ohio Railroad. The excessively crowded s'ate of our columns con pels us to postpone the publication of a great variety of general and local news, among which we will men tion a lecture by Rev. Henry Giles, in Brooklyn, on '?Lit rary Aspirations;" the proceedings of the Law Courts; Theatrical Notices, &c. Hie President'* H uogr. The first public document which Franklin Tierce gave to the world attracted a good deal of attention. Opinions differed as to its merits, but all agreed (hat it was a remarkable paper. We fear that the Message published elsewhere, will not be as successful as the Inaugural. If there is one thing in it more noticeable than an other. after tbe somewhat tawdry rhetoric in which it is couched, it is surely ihe care dis played to avoid precise statements of opinion, and to cover over a cautious silence with nour ishes and fine language. With the paragraphs which allude to the details of our foreign and domestic policy, we have no particular fault to find. They are. in general, plain and matter of fact, aiid what opinions are expressed are sensi ble and practical. I3ut if our relations with Great Britain and other foreign powers are suc cinctly reviewed.if our home revenue.- are stated with accuracy, there are other points as well on which the country would have been pleased to know the President's mind. There is one point above all others on which policy as well as duty required him to speak plainly and frankly. We need hardly say that wc allude to the Compromise. Sensible men see clearly enough that what ever fal:.e issues may be set up by political fchemfrs. and whatever dust may be tlu'own in the eyes of tlie public by the Cabinet and free toil organs the compromi-e measures of 18?0, and the principles on whicli they were based, are the only real bone oi contention iwtween political parties in the present day. lie they whigs. or be they democrats. Pierce men. Van Huron iLen Marey men. Dickin -o i nvn. or men hearing any other known designation, all poii tieians necessarily belong to one or other of the two factions which respectively sup j port i r.d oppose these principles. There may be?doubtless there are?minor points of d I feronco, but not o> e of the?e is of sufficient, in porta nee to stand in the way of a coalition between its advocates and its foes. Whether tbe spirit which prompted the Compromise of IS.'iO is to inspire our future legislation; whether, in short, the equilibrium between Nojth and Sr>uth is to be preserved at all ha zards: rr whether, for the sake of gratifying a few fanatics in cither section ot the country, the advocates of free soil and the advocates of sece sicn are each to lie allowed their fall I s^ ing. until some tangible question arises to j set them by the ears?this, is in honest truth. : the only polit'cil point that a bearded man ct?n i condescend to debate at the present day. So the ce<unfry viewed it when it elected Pierce as the Compromise candidate. So the Cabinet viewed it when .t. by its art* threw the Cou i promise overheard, and itself into the arms ! of free oilers and secessionists. It affected to deny the fact; but in their hearts no one Icr.ew better thnn Marey. I>avis. Guthrie, and Cushirsg, that the spirit .of the Com promise vn? the only living principle in our politics of to-day. So the sturdy Union men viewed it, when they withdrew from a corrupt pc.rtv organization, and planted themselves squarely on the Compromise, as the sole plank of their platform So General Pierce ought to h; ve viewed it. and oughf. i:, a frank, manly way to have told us in which ot the only two r< 'Ipnrti-js in tnis country he desired to be ranked. He h."? not done s?. Tlie Message contains two allu.-'ons to the Compromise; tint it would defy the skill ifthemo'i ingenious interpreter ofJangnag1 to render fbeir meaning in plain terms. The metaphors, though not particularly original, ore very showy; the style is ornate, without being strictly cr*rcct: and t ie asser tions of fact are nnqntv: tiuuible. Hut the only assertion which throws any real ligiit on the position of the President, 1? that in which he tells us that " the repose re stored to the country'' by -'the ecqui??v?nce of distinguished citizens'' in the mea^u 'ss of 1850, shall "suffer no she>ck during his Presi dential term."' TaKen literally, this is a bold prediction for nny man. be he even a President, to ninke. And if Nebra?ka or Southern Cali fornia, or a portion of Texas, are proposed to be admitted as slave States during the c nuing session vt* fancy that Gen Pierce will have some dilTictjlty in keeping his word. In truth, the only practical inference from the assertion is, that the President, like John Van Huron. ?? acquiesces" in the Compromise measure*. It nreds little astuteness to perceive that he like wive " acquiesces'" in the course recently puv n.'d by ihe Washington Union. Ilis pol'iy i of uniform * nc<|uieficene<: ' in the will (?' tiiose who urmuni him. To what extent this riCqui?6C< ".ce"'pledte him to the side *?f lh.? disuoioi.i.-' party, the public rnay jud^e. The more practical portions of the Innuirural cent,tin 'ittle tint th ? public did not know lie fere. The whole of the difficulties betw "tie' rt?it'd States an<l Great IJritnin have been fully reviewr.1 ? th pnpers: tb Mcva?e fhr<nr* nr. nH. ht nny single point. The fptrjitfijffic* 'ti cur coHTBwcfal nktintv irltb France are lightly touched upon. Some mouths Ago, we gave a lull a a'ement o' the matter, showing that the dues pa d by French vessels in ><ur ports were nine times les- than those in curr* d by American vessels iu French ports. We trust that ihe treaty to wh:ch the President alludes will be yushed forward with vigor. Spain is handled with gentleness; the absurd rule which foibids the Captain-General to treat directly with our Cousul is said to have lid to ' annoying occurrences;"' and the rchemc of a purchase of the island is judiciously ignored. Martin Koszta's ease is reviewed, and Ingraham is of course sustained. Not a word of news respect ing China or Japan is contained in the para graphs devt ted to these countries. Iu alluJitig to Mexico, the boundary dispute is mentioned, but nothing is said of a topio of equal moment, tie Tchu&otepcc right of way. A treaty has recently been negotiated by Mr. Gadsden with Santa Anna disallowing the old Gamy grant, and cod firming the grant to Sloo; and it is un. derstood that the American Executive will sanction the conduct ofits envoy. The Fillmore administration sustained Garay's assignees; and Mr. Mason's report almost went as fur as to threaten to declare war against Mexico in case the original gr*nt was not fulfilled. Gen. Pierce's Cabinet takes un opposite view, and consents to withdraw the American claim to the land conceded to Garay. VVe shoull have liked to hear something of all this from the President. The opening of the Parana and Paraguay to foreign vessels ifl brielly men tioned; and a hope is expressed that Brazil will follow the example of its neighbors iu throwing open the Amazon. Turning to our home policy, the President refers to the prosperous state of our finances, the surplus, and the prospect of a liquidation of the public debt. lie does not, however, at tempt aDy defence of the sub-treasury system, or make the slightest allusion to several claims on Congress, such as that ot the Texan bond" holders which the national honor requires should be sett led. The revision of the tariff is declared to be necessary. In alluding to the Post Office the President mentions that the deficit accounts exceed $2 000 000. As he states, this is owiDg to the high rates paid to railroads for the transportation of the mails. He dots not. however, suggest any prac tical method of meeting the difficulty. It occurs to us that as Congress is empowered by the constitution to open and create ?' post roads."' a liberal interpretation of phrase would include railroads, and emp >wer it to compel railroad companies to carry the mails for a rea sonable cost. Railroads are obviously our modern '? post roads." Under the present sys tem they fleece the government, and are, in a great measure, the cause of the irregularities in our postal svstera. We shall hereafter have oc casion to suggest to Congress the propriety of passing some law to prevent railway accidents; and, at first blush, one can hardly see why such a law should not also contain some provision compelling railway companies to carry the United States mails for a reasonable remunera tion. The President docs not recommend any essential change in the land system. He objects to giants of wild lands to railway companies, where the railway does not appear on the face of it to be a feasible and profitable undertaking. He is opposed to internal improvements by the fede ral government and gives utterance to a variety of sentiments on the point, which will be likely to j<?!* without conti adiction. On the Pacific Railway the Message dilates at some length, but the meaning is so ingeniously veiled in a cloak of fino Tfords, that it would not be diffi cult. in ca-e of necessity, to repudiate any ap parent statement it contains. Such are the principal topIc3 to which the Message adverts. They require no comment. Culinti Affain-Kiitll of the Al'rlciuilzatlon Plum torn TVc presume that the letter from Lord How den, which avc publish in another column, will satisfy the most incredulous that the Btory of the Africanization of Cuba was, a9 we described it when it first made its appearance, a mere hoax. There will be people, we dare say. who will broadly assert that Lord Howdcn, being a British nobleman and having in virtue of his office an ambassador, an appreciable interest in the furtherance of British designs is more like ly to disguise than to admit the truth, but then there are men who regard all Britishers as mon sters with hoofs aud tail. For oht part, know ing as we did, from the first, that the tale was forged, we derived no fre.-h information from his Lordship; but we confess that his letter, to our miud, bears on its face the stamp o! tru'h It confirms all our previous intelligence with regard to British interference in Cuba, ami seeni" entirely consistent with Lord HowdeVs well cstubli-hed character for probity aud rec titude. Now that it is dead and buried, it is curious to tiace this Africanization story to its origin, aiid note its career. It first appeared iu the columns of this journal; hat i >g emanated from the Cuban Junta established in this city. Their object in giving it currency was very simple. Tney were anxious to excite amoug tie people of this t ouritiy a feeling of animosity against England, iu order that their filibustero schemes should be walchtd less narrowly. T&ey hopeil that if the American people could be convinced that England #.ras about to mature a eche ue detrimental to American interests, our govern mcnt might possibly wink at. illegal ex pedilions, one ot whose objects would be to frustrate that ^cheme. In short, they desired to divert attention from ihenuelvcs ti Great Britain, and intended, under cover o the e.'.citement th( fr announcement was calcu lated to arouse, to accomplish their predatory designs. We need hardly say that they re ceived no countenance from us. They were more fortunate elsewhere, however. The Warhington Union was at the time in sore dihtrets at the discontent aroused by the free foil appointments of the Cabinet. It fores ?w the growth of a most dangerous opposition, and eagerly clutched at the opportunity of divert ing a'tuition from its masters' faults. Probably without any concert with the Junta, it endors-.'d the story, and gave it full prominence in ifci editorial columns It was on tins occasion that the editor wrought, himself up into that fine pbrenzy whieh has been so happily p >r trayed by the London Tim<*. Other papers, of '( " note and character, partly from sh'.'er i ;no rar c and partly from a w:p!i to curry fnvor with tbe Cabinet, copicd the Union articb" and pledged what little credit they po^ o : fin the truth of the story Meanwhile. it tonnd a fresh pr.>*elytc in the person of Senor Mariano Torriente. Thi?i gen. ilctrnn ha ' better pronnds for eoR?M??rin/ i reality than the new -papers wo ba ?. e in fntloned; for ho find '"ally Wo to Lon'b n to pro;. - ?< scheme of Africanization to the leading mem ber* of the British government. There can be little doubt that, be was acting on behalf of the Cuban slave traders, who saw, plainly enough, that the pructical effect of the scheme would be to legalize the slave trade for a given period of time. Senor Torrieute was eagerly welcomed by the original dupes ot the Juuta in this country. They did not take the trouble to in quire into his history; and when, the wish being with him father to the thought, he assured them tbat his plan was about to be adopted, they threw their bats in the air, and plumed themselves on having hit upon the truth acci dentally. It is probable that they have dis covered their error by this time, though we no tice. that some few out of the number still sulk ily refuse to admit that they were the means of publishing a silly hoax among the people. The present position of the Cuban Junta is curious, and serves to throw a good deal of light on its proceedings. For some time past thiy have done little or nothing for the causo ot Cuban emancipation. The uatural conse quence of this is. that the Creoles are begin ning to tighten their purse-strings, and hideous bankruptcy stares the Junta in the face. More than this the new Governor of Cuba. Gen. Pezuela, comes out invested with extraordi nary powers. In case of any danger, he can not only levy a forced tax upon the Creolea to the amount of all the spire cash they have about them, but he can shoot them without a trial at a moment's notice. His appointment is a practical notification to the Cubans that a new regime of unusual severity is about to be inaugurated. Now, with such prospects as this before them, the Creoles will not be likely to make fresh contributions to the support of the Junta, unless the latter can show some tangible signs of practical benefit. They must do some thing in earnest, or the Creoles will abandon them, and honestly rally round Pezuela for safety's pake. Hence it is that the Junta havfe been so active of late in trying to per suade people that Great Britain entertains per fidious designs against the island. Hence the manifestoes, glowing with patriotism, and pregnant with dire threats, which have recently issued from that august body. These manifes toes? it is well that we should remember it? have two objects, and only two. The first, to arouse a feeling in this country hostile to Great Britain, and thus to cover any filibustero move ment against the island ; the second, to keep alive a spirit of liberality among the Creoles. With the knowledge of these facts before us, it if hardly possible that we can go wrong in our estimates of Cuban affairs. Pezuela's ac cess on to the Governorship of the island seems likely to be productive of momentous results. Such a system of tyranny as he is called upon to carry out has never endured in any civilized Slate. We have yet to see bow long the Cu bans will bear with it. Present prospects offer them two chances of escape. The first is a cession of the it-land to this country by Spain? and they know as well as we what difficulties stand in the way of this consummation; the second is a revolution begun and effected by themselves. Whether they have the power an I the nerve to adopt the latter course they are best able to determine. The European News.?The mails by the Eu n pa add little to our information respecting the Turkish dispute and the attitude of tbe Western Powers Conflicting reports were in circulation at London aud Paris, and no one teems to have known what the true position of affairs on the Danube was. On the one side, it was uUiruied that tbe Turks bad fallen back bciore Gortschakoif. and re-crossed the Danube, alur destroying tbeir entrenchments at Olte uitza; on tbe other, It was confidently stated It at (bey bud marched on Bucharest and cap tin ?d it. Of the two assertions, the former seems entitled to the greater amount of reli uiice. Oflicial despatches l'rom Herman*, tad t speak positively of Omer Pacha's retreat across the river; and from the wide extent of territory ovmt which his troops were scattered, such a movement on the part of any single detachment would appear tbe natural consequence of a con centration of Russian troops in its peighbor tiord. Certainly, judging from the pre vious accounts of the Turkish .victories, and the disorganized state of the Russian foicc, nothing seemed more likely than the capture of Bucharest. It was but three days march from Giurgovo and Olteuitza, and flushed with tbe suceess of their first skirmish, it was natural to suppose that the Turks would at once puth on thither. Still, if twenty or thirty thousand men were concentrated against the small foice iu possession of Olteuitza, a re treat acrofs the Danube would lie more politic in every way. than a battle, in which the Turks would have risked the prestige they have al ready gained. The telegraphic synopsis of the news by the Humboldt does not, by any means, bring 113 a solution of the problem. Winter is coming on in Wallacbia; and our m?;ans of communication with the scat of war are growing slower aid less reliable. Some days may elapse before we know, of a certainty what has been the ulti mate result ol the Tarkbh invasion (if we may i^e such a term) of its own province. Mean while we have no farther intelligence of tn; movements if France and England. BofcL are prepared fur war. end nothing in tbe news by either steamer t? nds to contradict the rumor that a strong party in the British Privy Council is in favor of declaring war against Russia. ?Titllltu'a Cnnccrtaa .TnUii?n Lf.d retura*d t? Y?*k, aM has coiumoni vl ? tbiid 'f?>on. to left, ncenrdicg to tbe bill*, one tooath, aad to ted a til paritkt a iort of " bouquet " lilt tour >n prvrittce ban done hti tror^e ?<ood. We never heart them play better th?n tie? did 1m*. erenlag NecdlaM to obefrve ib?t the mu?l noise and c'atter pre ?lor ir.a'ed?-that Jutlien c.irt not omit <.ne of thoie Hoar illicit v, illi kU bo#, or one of thore nod* with hi* heed, vbich tie knc*B to bt elTective with an audience Tbe kraia bao?I wta iu b'gii npirit*, a>id the dm:o wan re tnarkaMy ' jolv un-ier the circirn tana**," all whirh n 'vtiilin'an-i.ibe Riven <?*.*? I WvtB froti '? l.'icia," *a? ?. dellfl'O'ifl trt??t; and t) e Atncricaa Quadrilles?the (lrale ?*p> cUlly ? wvre inlaitabl* M I.a?igne, srhj h*? the ai? fortnne to play that in >?t un^ratt-ful in>trum<ut, the (>r.r<? fri-m it aiarTrlioue h uadj to a fantasia <>o " .""i'l ?o Gently." and <-l!ciU"< from tne andiun^-.e one of ibe f> w gfDU'ce l>iu?t*. ol applaum re beard lait even ing. It m-fht that ti <?!? i?a? ln-eappreciation of the diflw Mml of Hoi>rt lo thl irloitf u froai "I'm (Ji.j inniii'' Miao one eoald nave ?i?heti; it may to that clap trap. In connection witr mveio 1* t-nnngh t^ st'lp it of it* cbaim. Bnt we could forgive mnnh for aunh a L? ci <J?r*iu" as *e b?**rd la?t ev>'oinj, lauch for tbe ail* 11a roatids ?Toked by I/tv-gne #n>1 Koeo g Tiiire Is dj^i ,q JnlilenV co???rt? t<> critinira aud bls-ne, but sMll triere it t nch to idn lie. Uo.ntlun tii? tbia audienoa of U.?: evening ffonld a<>iiiia'?lT rep- y. Common PiCua Pnrt Bcroixl. B'llli' Hi d .In !i|h ru.v and a |.ir< Jin- A ?slctii.n Jor jH'Ottlt?Mai-gurel l.'nyan ti*. Ml ') ??? fiotoe.- vi. < r A-.'ibh ?f d init'-y iJI^KHtt. I ? b'K <>( tinned t t < blatiff < n tbe 19th l.ioe " V at 13 lt< ' h' tiy -<.i1 1tru . f tbe pUlatilf* I n. c'.-i of b> r I ft tauJ *tn Ijf. Ver ict for pit. itill, $-15 f'an Hiiprcm* Comt Tn l'hnmb?n. K"'-i m iIdi, iu<iai> Mro?**ii. r ,r r _ ! ? Tr -*n If I borrr Tjaloied by Mi* J:rttinh *:???? or ?? rg?v.i tocugtii 'ip t -.?-?? ui lit 01 r.i p:-a, j. la . . b?a<-ui| cuna -1, .?j r?i? ??< fnr's?f adjitiirni'd >iu il Whlawlijf n. oiog. Arrival of the Km pi re ?It jr. Tbe D. 8. mail atean rhip Empire Clt?, Capt. R Wim'to, arrived yea'erday morning from New Orleans llavar.a Mb* leit New Orleans at 0 A M , of tbe 26th ult., but owing to detention wan unable to oro?s the bar till the morning of tbe 26th. She arrh ed at Havana only in the moraing of the tilth ult., and tailed with the mails acid passengera ! for this port, at 8 A. M , of the 1st inst. 8he has ex perienced head wind*, and hear/ Lead sea during tte greater part of tUe passage. The ariival of the new Captain General was hourly ?x pecttd it Havana. ifluch inconvenience waa being felt la many parts of tbe I land of Cuba, from tbe great lo?a of negroee by cholera and other causes during the pa?t lommtr. Ol'H IIAVANA UOKlUtSPONDENCB. Havana Nov. 30, 1863. The Exp'iied Arrived of 'he Xeu> Captain General? Interview br'ttxen Gen. Catialo and the American Ckmsul?ltenu, tic. We are moved by conatant presau'e of anticipated ao quifi'jon of greatness, by tbe eonoentration of power in the bands and wisdom of General Pizuela, and conse quently each morning And* oar community abroad, thronging the wharf to catch a glimpse of tbe ve'sel that istobrirg this wonder of their affections, anl return with hopes defetred. Perhaps 1 would be unjust n?t to lay tlat there is apprehan-ion aho working in the heart* of the people, that tbe drsln upon their resources is to be more excessive than ever, while there will be Imi per soial teenrity. lhey vie* it aB the last effort of mother* laud to r*:.tad the rivet) of their shaaklej, which have become somewhat time worn and rusted, and to ee.il their affecticna to the crown with tbe braaofuerti aul the sword; while at the dictation of Britain they bf jadoaxt tbe saed which is to destroy tie prosperity of Cuba, and bre?k tbe las . link of aifeotlou of the people to the Qaeeu ?most slrguUr inc/neist-ucy aud blindasns; nio>t wretohec dupes of the wolf in sheep's clothing. Judge Clayton has had an auditnee with tbe Capta u General at the CJoiuta but with >ut resp mfe as to t:is p.ir niefcion to take charge of the *ui*-ii-*au oousuUte at Commercial Agent of tlio United States, but if otflci.%1 ccnrtcty is any evidence of what is intended, lio will uav to await the arrival it hU exudates It seem to have been intended, through the ltne of official* fr<>ni the v-a ?1 to tbe palace, to tfcrow it many ob-iacle.t iu his vay aa possible. His buggsge wa< eaaiched a< if he ha, 1 bt- >.i the cbi-f of a fllib.tsiero amy, Iu tead of coaii< g on i jeacelul mission. Artlsles werr tak>-n out of Lis t.-u ikt and ret*'ucd a day for examination, 'o make a art) thai they contained no treasonable ma'tor against <!.r>?pe liooitnU ot the day?while other person* hiving no rt la tiens t? tbe government, whip permitted to pa?* th^ir trnuks with the ordinal v civil investigation. Having a negro ?er>ant, tbe u-ual . espatch waa not awarded ia grtmticg peiirit to la..d. so that lie had to be put ii a lock up after tli- departuie of He "earner, until She sub alterns ot' tte paltce condescai.de4, a< a great favor, to expedite the needful document These aunoyancaa seem in singular contrast with the treatment of theaotlngin curoh?..tof tha *? m ;e, who probably in aa strenuous as auy mat. could be in ail matters touching tie interest cr honor of his country, and ban f.n observing eje upon everything occurrirg in hit v!rhi>ty?and thore is no point ti o lar, or too mcch one-sated fi r the reach of Ilia searchtLR intelligence to develop# i'.* m^?niug or va ua. Yet the Colour haf been a^ vaya trra*ed with s?r'At can lideiaticn end anything he :aa solicited, hai met with prompt Mill kiudly ?ttention, even wiiero, from tho iu'eiveuliou of t.ihuuals, liters could b<t uo imra< diato fulai.'ment of his wi-heF. It m to lis hoped that wU'd thsv become iettereifjuB'ntei". with Mr Claytoc be will bo the recipient of mor- < fficia) courtenv. Tne new oontul re aiciet for tbe prei-ent at Ura Brewer's e^abUshm"nt, tha Hotel Cub?no. I have bnard it stated that Mr. &iv*ge, for a lor.it peiiod c ixt.ected with tb? American consulate, is to 6e rmmved, ?ud that a gentleman is to take his place who d?es sot umlerstacd a word of Spanish?fresh iron Mtotefrippl; ar.d as the Judge ;b likewise igaoraat of tbe lai gna^e it will be irniioasiblH fur business to be trac acted, bti thei fti'-e mil g.., to the d 1. But I hope thia may r.ot be true, for tho s*ke of tie reputation ot Mr. Clayton as w?ll a? for the intertsts of the country. The woedtrrrant :icd the tnuvenitnicion as to the murder of La D.mlrguiz bis not jet oeaied, and tte list of her virtues, as will a< n*r loiers, in Ucgth ia reachiog the he?veu?. The tte are making a poetry book, to be tlie funera' corcDal >f her fame But .what is more een.siblo, tbe plsyers ar goitg to give a benefit for the purpose of fusditg some'iiicg for the tupport and education of hor son. The roan YtlOej! i* not y?t dead, but he ia not consider ed Fafe for the <(iiestir>n of justice that is due him. We have con*icnal arrivals nnd departure* of Britlah veeaeU of *v*r. which arc getting to be so ooatmoc that we do rot heed tlieai as in former dAya They are r ccni led in watching for tevtral siarers now due on the etuth ?ide; act; if all can be introduced that should be beie in the next two raentha, according to the caloula* tious ot the dealers the comber will f*r excc9i the intro ductions of any previous \ear. We are to hvr? eeventeea British war ve>->eis in tbe-e waters, I am informed, m soon astlty can be drawn from oth?r p dnta. We have not baC tbe plfftsuie of feei' g thts irons.de flag fora long time, but ii < ne of our vessels were here it 1-* quite poFaiblejthat she might have the pleasure of (u-rrying home our oonsa lar dignitnry. But according to the instruction* of our verDiuent to our ft reign coLS'itar agent, tbe Spaniard ia m t oblfg. r) to acknowledge :hem until the eze./uater ara powcri eut ia received. The Km p re City arrived thia morning, and (saves ? arly to n>orrow mornicg. The marine journal has published the correspondence between tbe several commeicial houses here engaged ia Ao erlean business and Col Robertson, acting oouiiner cial Ageut of the United States, with appropriate i i loduulory remark.!. USjERWKB, City Intelligence. Mnnnrrvr BnjrE&ra.?We are iuformed that t?M late Ars< d <>. Phelps, After provii iag ?u p'y for hu wido v, one hundied thou.-and dollars tor each ?f bis children, tea tbi u>?D'l dollars to cach or hid grandchildren, and an additional Bve tboucaat to eaoh of them, to be paid by ?1 BIwlMl With th? ic.iuno'ion frooi hiin to us* tiie tncretse of this fund sacrtdlt for benevolent purposes ar.d tran>cni. to their beira with the came injunction, an 1 after mtklEg .everal tnjueftn to relations, haa left the fcllowii g eu <ca t" various b-ne.alent objects, providing for tlieir p?y n.eut iti install enta during a term of years: To ifc* AiMiictn Bible Society 9X00,000 To the Arcerican IVia;d of CoiutuUalaue.a for Foreign Miff-ions 100 000 Atneruan l!om? Missionary Society HO,000 To litetary and theological edocAlon in Jibtria. Africa Mibj?ct to the c n rol of the executors. 60 00'? I'ni n Theological Snminiry, N. V o,u00 Icstitu'ion for the Blurt 6 OW New Yuk State Colonisation Society. 6 1 JO Aubt tn Theological Si ciety 3,Of 0 11?if Orphan Society. Sixth avenue 1,00) Coloi?d Oi p> au Soctet y 1. CKiO Corgrepattonal Church, fciiu?b-iry, Caen , for tho un of the poor 1 000 Total $271,000 In addition to'.he above, Mr. I'heljs, jo?t previous toll.J de*th. placid io the bands of his fon $ 00 000, th* iiUj rest to be und at his discretion for the apnad of t >e ilotpil, tnd the principal uventually to *>4 iuwst'i ??iwitr for th? benefit of the A Mfioaa BiVa S03 e;ia, tb? A. D. of C. for Foreign Mufioni. Tale disposition of It PhelpsV property, including the asn-jr.Lt ?iven lo each of his twenty-two gTi nichil'ren, makes th-i tn;.>i ficent b'qu(*t of $6fcl 800 for rel .jtoi.s ani bia.-vuljtt purprtea. MriTixo ORnti I).\KTMr>oR Pr.MosCTfl ?'The survi> >:s of tlie i nrirboor pii-oorm met la'.t tight a', a room io D?v* siou street,. :tr the purpi.a* of co. ndr-ricg what jtaps sero hest to be taken to etnuie each of thero relief foin the g ivernmc ut, in their declining years. There were pre rnt ffcht oi' tbe nnii.'-er irmainmg In this city A com muni ca'iou was tei.il fioni a suivivor in Manaichurelt*, sUtinf that eff. rts wen- to l>? ma^e Io tbe coining ?o-\?i m of Cm greM lo ?M%in f r all the necessary relief It -mi kiijj getted iba* ihe Partiuour prisouera lake part iati\ec>n leD'ion rit the M-.rvivitg tulniers of 'bu war of 1S12, to be held in I'l iladelj.hfa oa the Mh of Januarf next. thought it b'*t to write l--> tnis r?nve.i'ior, atatlnz their desire to n eet wi h 'hero A < itticulty then aro^e ss to wto wou d be th? pera<n to audrcea It wss fini ly a?rerd i)p>-n to make a >ta<ement to the above eiTect in the | ubllo p*|>eis, bi plnir that it might have the eliect ol cal it k 11 a Al eut.< n ? f the ?'Veterans' Cinvention ' t > them. Pometrilog ought to be <Wis?d for the ra i-tf of tbe>e afeil men 1' ity^evrs sgn they fall'?)? I in the ctnse of tlieir cotinlrv, ana do* '.j nrgUct^heu while thej are ou the verge of .ho grave, is not only unjr.Me ful, bnt ba^e and beaiUeas Rmovai. of Po*Kii'H P/ivmc. ?Powsll's national paioti' g of the "fJinc very of tho Mi-nlsnlppi by DtSoto,'' tt at has been rn ? xbioitl. n in liii> city for a f? ? eteks I US', will be renm.ed t ) tlie ci?y of Mesr Oihllil 03 Fri day next In the Crescent lit* no donbt, his paiotia^ will excite more inter- st than it has here. Tiik CaH.-on IsvK-aKiAttos ? Aid? rman Mc^onkay, one of he commltte' before whom trte tovestlgi'.t' n ia e nd ict el, not beit.g present half an hi ur ? fter the tune the i)"m mittev *| p<vr.te<t A1 iernrau B rk?r was o tilled tu adj .u-n tb* case until Thui(.day aftern' on, at three o'o'otV, when tVe cotmre for Mr. Car?iu intHod" moving for a d .missal o' the cake, sod in the event of the Committee d?miirrlog be will i ro -eed to examine v?l nes. as for the r.efenco Brs (iVKtt hy a HitiJiOAn Car.?About notn, on Mon lay, (fl1<eis biiibee and Mutt brought to the herentebuth ward nation bouie an or.knnwn man, who h*d heen tilled bj hiiin* run over by car No. 18 of the Kirst and Second avenue Una The driver. Michael Brisco. states that ibe man laid across the track in Allen street, be twi-?n lUtington and S ati'on streets, and he mistook him for a In nrtle of rfg?. Th-' nondi ?tor of the car, In his statement of the ca?e, said it waa entirely an accideit which th > driver could nol avoid. St no> v Pr.ATtt ? Mor day r.Ight at h%lf past eight o'closk, Sst^eiint Uilmoie, of t' e Seven'eenth ward police, re port*!) that a man named Chilstopber Cullen, of No. 122 I irst mefciie, had iliert <ery suddenly at the oirt.er of Fourth nt eet and the B <wery In a drug >tore. He waa in verj Ueble lo-tlth. at d beiog aflllcted with a severe eoi gti, tie wi nt into tho diug store for medicine, and wh le in he act of taking it ue expired hut: ? 1 at-t night, a*Hnit '0 o'clock a flro broke out on t'.e Mi ? t tlynr < t No 114 Ohambeia str?et, occupied by Mr, loist 'or the sale of a htir dye called ' wapheae." Th. is ski more dumtie done by watei th?n fire. The chief with u large foroe of police woie on the spot. The fite was c< nfinea to the first floor. Court Calcu<ar-ThU Day. T *itt:o ?iAt?n litsTKior ? oi ?r.?No caleno tr. to e'owa (in rt?(i*ne<al Term.?No". 110, 111, 1ft, 18, 17, !'t>, ? to i4 ?6,17 "28 M ?! >M* Cocat?Cirouit?Noa. 322, 26'i, 477, 112, 34, ecu 11 >? bio ?truioR Comti?Too onncbes?Noa. 33*1, 8'J8. 14fl, 'it 124, 881, #. i22, 204 507, 6ld. 09. 100, 101, 10i /ti fit. :,l.n 4H1, 6*2 203 8S3, 73,07,fl8, 8, 647, 77, '61 : 46 646, 4.247, 240, M\ 836 293, 40?, 84(5, 6. 2 >, / :i6. -t<7 48, 662, 648, 269, 200, 391, 272, 16, 7, U ' J t 3 466 137. 214. 2i6, 210. . m->?? )\tAH?1'art i-'irrt.?Adjo inied to Thursday, f a, - -V end.?Vt??. 711 M0 to 904, 9rt to 960. Mltehel Demonstration In Brwklya. A public meeting was held last evening at Gran*)* Hall, Myrtle avenue, to perfect arrangements eonneefed with the publio pruretMoa about to take place on Thurs day next, in honor of John Mltohel, on,the occasion of hlj receiiitg the hctpitalitien tf the city, ter lerjd liiui by the City fathers. The chair wat occupied by Alderman Quirck, and th# wan large ind enthusiast's. Excellent and appropriate speeches were delivered by ilesars. Henntssy. Grahim, Hugao, and M alien, sad whan ever mention was ir,a<?e if the iUuutrlcue exiled patrioi or IU noble deeds, it was received with rapturous ap plans*. Report* were received from various military and Ire conn^ties ted civio fooieties snditisnnw nnderittood that tlin procBfion will be the Urgent that ever took place (n Brooklyn, on any occaiiion, although it U of r, purely volunteer character Brigade Major J J IK I mi wh ahofien Grau<l lUrnUai( and I,ieut. Col Oilura M<jor W.ddan, Major Bali, A4ja tant McLnr, and Lieut. I<ennox his aid*. A resolution waH ut*i.in.ou?lv parsed, detailing tho Waclitnirton Life Guard (OontiaenUlf) ai a guard oif houor to Mr. Mn< hel. Anif ng tboce who waited upon Mr. Michel l%nt even ing In Brooklyn wan a del-gallon trom the Washington Krina tiuard. of Newark, N. J , t?T)deriog him an iuvita tion to a tall which they giv* "n the 14th injt. He was waited on In peraoi byCapt Riannin ant others of tha2 company and were quite sordiaUy received and reloouaea by Mr. Mi'chel A notice has been is-ued, sailing a mwrtiog of the officers of the dlferent mll'tary oora,->%oieH it> New York BrookhD, Williamsburg, .Joreey City . to meet at Military Hall 193 3 iwery, this evening, for the purpose of making arraigt meits to give John MU'cMsl ?. nelciuie. A Man of Taste Is known by Ills Hat, aJiiR no insnntacturer in the uity ku >v?a better how to place i uo of thero artiolrs upon tVe head than KNOX at tho Presootk Uouso -tore, ?< rnur of Broadway and Spring struct. I> ia not everywhere that you can procure sach becoming hatt and Knox lia? a tantv wy of getting thein up tint mikes them douid' dly pleasing to hia patrons. Wo can toll ono of the gwtuiie Knox's as far as we oan see it, by ite uamis takeable g.raee. Hats, Furs, and Capital Coreringo for the caputs of children ?i adieu a no gen* lemon cannot fail to Had ti e stock of turn and liat? at the o tabl'shment of KVOX. N&. 1?8 Fulton itreot peculi rly atti antivo, na it embracen articlei of a vtry > up r -r qoal ty. aud his cli.ir^ea aru ol' the Uoiiojopathic ordor, Pitmuisj him. Anson's Daguerreotypes?Large Size flu* fi ty rents, colored aud in at ice morocco ease, Uood with vel vet, twioe the size of any eve r uia '? for flt'ty ooau, and war ranted v. nil tu tlf so that cost tw-> dollarn elsewhere. Re member ANSOVt, W.l Broadway, oppoaito the Metropolian Hotel. The Greatest Utility or all Mechanical arts conMita <? tu i e fn?tt"o speed, and oh.apnoss by wMch all a: tides are prodn< "<i for <h* reople. RBfcS <fc CO. take ?lxty jortraits an hour lyth<ir Girman aystim, anil finish ihtm at 25 cents. 'li'J hroad.vay. ? They Speak for Themselves?N. B. Reeves* new style of colored dapuorreotyms lor !t ty centu complete, excels anything < t tbe kind ever before < IT?rod t3 the publio. Many p onouucotbiin superior to tbose that oo-t 92 and $3 elaowhero. All picture* encl'Mod in oates Rrtnunber, 237 Grand atreet, ccrner Bowery, over the drng store. Wllllamsoii ? Gallery of Cameo Dagaerreo tvpea, danierreotyi es by electriolty, aud all oth*r styles of tho art, ;'4U Fulton otrevt. Brooklyn A lady, well qualified to attend a reception room, wraLted. Call for three uajj. Prrham's Gift Farm 1* pronounced by tho Mmroi'tee of sharf nolrt>rra aupomted to examine it, to be Worth fZZ.lMU, anil tbe title to it indispataMa. Tiiis aioue ia worth tbo investment ot a dollar to <ry to obtain it, as it> will aflord to any family all the oomfott* ol life. Then a*aia vb :ro are others who tax* a aroater fancy to !> tasthorje. All suoh will invent tkMr dollars to Rut Telegraph, who ia V>out the awittcat naj in or arnnn 1 NtwVort. The ladles all want tiaao , ar.d C'iUtib.ito tholr dcllaro in hopes of get Ung one of T. Gilbert A Cc.'s celebrated Boliane, trom the ??tablisbrnont of llr. Waters Dota texes and all agos wank wttc>ea, pencils, P'.'t'?, Ac., henoo everybody ?hould pur ehase a lot of Porham'3 gift ilokcts, at the ufTmi, 63 U'oad way. The number no* uns-ld ia comparatively small, and this shovs tb* ni cessity of oarly application. We nmder ttand ti.at the distribution will 'ate plaoe about the Christ aas holidays. From the Home 7omntl-?Wt advlio those v bo wl-h to improve their bindivriting to hear ia mind that there is m t a piano in the world whero tho Art of pen manship oan be aoquiied, either more agreeably or mors ixpediuously, than at tho superb establishment of He. GOLDSMITH, JK2 Broadway." I will Talk to l'oa Just like a Father, ?Drier y ur inrda, circular*, bill heads, ?<?., at tl:e ollioe of the cri innl YaLkee rretres, M >as!au st eet. Triating oxe cutcd in the moat re< bori be atvle a; very low price* GORDON'S printery, 84 Nassau street. Magnificent Lilbrai y and Illustrated Bosks In tbe choicest binning.?Now on view, (Wedn^eday,) tha J teat e illeetion ol tho oboici;at and rinhevt hook* recently ctiue<i in Europe, bj Mr. C. Weltord. aad omliraoing Nil thak is choice aud desirable i? the London and l'arit buuk mar keti. Sale to commence mi Th irsuav n'xt, at ,'J o'clusk. Bangs BROTHER ACQ., lai'arkrow The \cw Tear, 1854?On the first of Jan uary nextGleaiow's i< t rul willcminenue itnixib volume, and will "?;p ar vastly improved in all rvspe.ts, with a su perb rnv h> adicg, Le< type aud dre:s tlir-r.ghout, and wilj bo prii te i vl the finest pap.r At the p-opriotor of the l'ie terir.1 has purchased the eutir < *oj4-w 11 of Bir.iura's New Ycrl. II unrated > t?;, and raj nursed that J )uraal in tho Pictorial tl 0 piblic mil reap tl.c iil??i.'i|r? of t iscan on tration el the itretgth of the two papers upon one, both in tlie Ul'tUeiM lituary < oj artmcnti lb# lame brilliant host ot coi trihutor* uik* a?r? i-t^ will he e: its/ d on CIoaion'a t- ic tor i a 1 ik heretofore a: da la'^e a'di: io' i i al i i i*de to t) o corps i thiu till end number. J ho mo>* liberal ar ratrcii.etiU have be-?u completed, and sr.c'i as will enable tho pri'pii tor to r duce'y <ar ih-j flnost ill??trateJ jmmalyel published a'd cchmp ri'.r to ? he present issue of fie pa per. Hi- columns of the I'lct rUI ivill cans' ?? ".y bj beauti fied by all t' at tat ptesi. %? I i?trne% iu art an ' nature, anrt in literary ifepartn ? nt will tu.l su.-tain the high reputation it has to loin enjoyed. 1' oii?hoj evar? Saturday, by F. CI.EAtUN. curoer of irunout und .*?ri<nitiel<l streets, Boston, Mrss. ;-.rl S. French, corn r of Ni>:iu and Sprnoe streets, New York, Ag< ?t Tho te mi of Gle son' Pictorial. for th J year )Wi will remaiu as ber lof r>-, viz.:?One subscriber, oat ytar. $i; two tubsc ib-re, oi.e yoir. four aubscri wri, out year, 19; ei^t t tuburibtr-, < no year, i Singing fchoul.- Tills, Wednesday. Eve ning, at the lectoro room of the &*?t Bspti<t 'h^rjh, eomer Iln one and Elizabeth ?tr ft". >Jr IIIL I.VOS' singing cUss is cow forui'd, and all * ho wish to loin should ho present t!iii evening 'I trms, $3 p r <| iart?r, or tw?n'y foir lessons. Tha last part of lach evening will te devoid to ohtzir aud chorus practice. Great Excitement In Europe?Advance of twm'y five per cei t on coibroid'rien.-M iddeu ,k Stew art hav. juit reciiv d, by -hi last eteam r, four cues of embroider!-s, ci mpri?:r ? a complete asjortu??at of chil dren's handkerchi- f?, collars, caps and frocks. Ii lias' and infant's r ;Les aud skills, ftr fio holidays, which they will offer at n ? msll advance ov# ? the cost of importation. MaD LiEN A31EHAitT, 77f Br itvuy, wen end, n nr Graco Church. Clothing?Clothing of every description, suitable to the seaaot, nrnuo of the bp n materials, aid la the mill fashionable uau jor, may al.vayj be f'.uad at Me. 31 John street, corner ot Nasjau VV. W . PARSELLS A CO. Overcoats, In every Variety or Style, for Winter.?We havo no* aa imtnen?o stock to off,r at wholc jftle and retail. D A J DKVI.IN, 83 and 35 John street, oornor of Nassau. A ItlaeCSoTvnn dt ion, have Jatt npetietl at. N". H I Br> xlway, wi ll h v^ry choice assortment of r-ady u ace gci.llfn,er.'i aid o Jldrm's clcthinr, and furnishlazs, wl.ioh Wv c(f.r at very i..w prilcs. Call and eiamine at wi Broacwsy. Boys' Talmas* > Now on hand, at 3S0 Broad way, an elegant ssio tn> nt of lie it ovoro ati with and withontcapts richly trimmed. Alto, suits In Hue, brown, /treen and black, at strictly reasonable prices. Qry? clothing made to order. GKO. lEVIE. Ladles, at Newman's, 703 Broadway, Yon may have k drees made iu the tirst styl j of tas n?n t) fib perfectly, an 1 with t e lealt possible trou ilo; or you can Ptt cure the j rottlcst und m i-t bt.coining drtis ca. s and head nieises that tasle at d tal?ntcau produce. Demand Is the Te>t of "Value, and Look at the d> mai d or CRtEN S . hirts Ho gives two hundred first class needlewomen full emplojmfnt a*, fair wa?.?s, and never dinai?palnts a eustome" i" e tit of the articlei1, or tho tiino uf deimry. No. 1 Alter Housj. The Best and Cheapest Pianos In the world.? T. Gilbert A Co.'s c leorated pianos, with iron frames and circular soiles, a.i auknowlcdizod to ou the best and eheapoit pianos in tlo world l.uR.vcE W'AiERS :>tj Broadoay, Mts agont. A Gieat Bargain - .V lirautll'iil Piano, by Wiimer ? \-.b octive ro>ml ccrno s, and m <ni eeutly rin i'lad, i Ely bun in use fur montlis; Costt-'^i -t)he sold f <? iiSH. Apply iL.ine<i.at'1/ to ilOKACK WAlfiRS, 3J3 Broadway. Sewing Rlaehlncs ?I. SI Singer & Co., 333 nr?adway, are tow e* ibitmg and -eliiuK a groa. earioty of rew iijfr mail ines. for v?-ious purposes, raoa pcrient ?t its kind. Needle >nd shuttle uiaehiaes, tor lewiag eloth and ltather, to well krown and uuivnrsally approved, and the new ly inverted machine to sew ?ith a Mingle thread, design ed for sewing linen a id other llnht goods, i]uiltiug, lin ngs, 4c., can bu seen In oporat on at all times. Curacoa. ? Foeklnk's Red and While double Cweoa, in oase?, out <*oi:on uach, landir.a ex Michael Anv,elo, from Amsterdam lo storo, a variety of Foeklnk's tint quality Dutch llquiurs For salo by Jo UN UlINCAN A SONS, ?'7 Broadway. Hair Dye and Wigs.?Batcheli r's Manu factory f it these articles is removed to 233 B. >od way, oppo site the Park, where be has the b*,it scjimm'ol.i'lom in ths world lor the sale and applivation of hi < hair dye and newly invented wl^i anl toapees. Nine private rooms all on on? floor. Crlstadoro'a Liquid Hair Dye, will trans form the ugliest hea . ot batr Into the most beceimini aolo* imaginable; also whiskers and monstaohes. Try it, joa whn are in need of suoh an a tiele, and yen will never regrjt tho expmre. Bold and applied at CKISTADORO'fl, No. 6 Aster House. donranit's Italian Medicated Sonp posi tively cnr< s Kbd proven s chaps, chafes, pimple* eruptions, ?to., rm<l?r':r.g the skin dclicutcly white and silt. F-|,iilly fan.cns, 0< uraud's Poudre Snb'Le for nprootini hair frost low firchoai's, or any part of the body. I.iiuld hair dye, rou^e, lily wl ite, and hair roitorativt, at 87 H ilktr street, near Broadway. The Journal of Commerce of the nth, la tbe only paper that edit, rlnlly enduisos my st5timc.it tha* my Otgoetit will forco the wll. kors or moustiehe- to grow str ng and thick ii. il* v c iks. withiul siain or t*Jnrj t j t he skin. 11 p r bottle, sent to tho conntrv evarv wb?re. R. Li ORAHaM,88 Aun e'r?e?. "It May lie for Ycnr', and It *ay he Pot over' that j? ii *11! life loin I Uillty 1' you do ii <t use Bar ber's, oleanly, aereoul la Toni joe, to restore your ravin l'flb?. I'rlee, '.'/Sieuts; S' id evetnwlo re. PriuOlpal drpot, BAft K* K .S linir'trending Ei talilhli ntn', l.'I'J Br. alway. UtililliiK's Unvsla Halve, A Boston He~ D'.'j ei tht'ty jeers st.vi'iua, euioe without :-m >mnn, loalie, 1 :!s, anilsiains, chained anJs, tilts, aa i ? very aal ? ? ??? - v, ? -i *? -? * '' ? ? .leja.s vents. H.,M by (i. H Km?, c ?-i ar of Jsbn aud "Jioatway, Mid Ky dn>?g*lts * arm*: - ire fonera'ly. Valnul?ledlseo\'ery.?.Ilagneto R?eelrle Ma chinery orcil witlioLt the aid of ?cio, or ll|ulds ? t any kind, et Invaluable b?ne?tto por.?oni art!ie?od wlvn nearalgts, rhou mntirir *e , and all kindn 'f nervous di?es*es. fur sale, at lew trices, ot 8BHA * CO.'S, M W?!! itrcet, t orrr itcry.