Newspaper of The New York Herald, December 24, 1843, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated December 24, 1843 Page 1
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th; Vol., IX. No. 341 ?Whole No. 3503. To the Public. THE NEW YORK HERALD?daily newspaper?published every day of the yeer except New Year's day and Fourth of July. Price a ccnts per copy?or $7 36 per annum?postages paid?cash in advance. THE WEEKLY HERALD?published every Saturday morning?price 6J cents per copy, or $3 12 per annum? postages paid, cash in advance. ADVERTISERS are informed that the circulation of the Herald ii ovar THIRTY THOUSAND, and increasing 1 last. It has the largest circulation of any paper in this city, or the world, and is, therefore, the but channel for business men in the city or country. Prices moderate?cash in advance. PitlNTING of all kindi executed at the most moderate price, and in the most elegant style. JAMES GORDON BENNETT, Fxopuietor or the Herald Establishment, Northwest corner of Fulton and Nassau streets. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. FREIGHTS FOR WHEELING, Va An" PITTSBURG, Pa.?The JEBHHet JSn^EE undersigned, Tor the last live years (and ? w ?i present) Agent for Bingham's Line from this city to 1'ittsburg, takes this method <>! minimum his numerous friends and patrons, that having nude extensive ar raugeineuts for forwarding merchandise via railroa s and wagons, duriiiK the winter season, to the West, he is now preSirerl to receipt for goods froin this city to Wheeling. Va. via alt ino-e and ('uinberlaud.or to Pittsburg via Philadelphia and th*> h&mbersbnrir H.ulr >ad. All goods entrusted to his care. will be forwarded wit1 out any delay, and at the lowest current ruei, Co either ?f the above point* on the Ohio Uiver. Alio, marchandite and package* forwarded by Green's Exj>re?s, through in three davs from Baltimore t* Wheeling, in silting in all sn <lay? from this city to Wheehug. The business will be conducted by? Win. Tyson, No. 10 West street. New York Bingha 8c Uroihers 276 Market street. Philadelphia. James Wilson, North Howard street. Baltimore. Hollidav & F.ger ou, uinberland, Md. J?m?s H. Forsyth Si Co , Wheeling, Va. Wm. Bimhim, Piiubug.. Pa (ioods intended for the Wheeling routs should be marked New Yo->k and Wheeli c ine, care of James Wilson, Balti moro, aud those lor Pittsburgh Bingham's Line as heretofore. WM TYSON, No. 10 West street, iV V New York, Not. iiO, 1843. nJl Iin*r NEW JERSEY RAILROAD AND TRANSPORTATION COMPANY new ahkaxii'.mkm , commi.mcim; oct. 16th. 1843. FARE REDUCED TO TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. From the foot of Courtlandt street, New York. (Every day?Sundays facetted.) Leaves New York. Leaves Newark. At 8 A.M. At 2 P.M. At 7H A.M. At 1* P. M Q iln ? iln 8 Hn I .1,. 11 do. 4 do. 9 do. 6 do. 5 do. 10X do. 9V do. 7 do. ON SUNDAYS. Leaves New York. Leaves Newark. Kt 9 A. M. and \\ P. M. At IK P. M. and 9X P. M. The cars of the Morris and Essex Railroad for OranKe, Millville. Summit, Chatham, Madison, and Morristown, run through from Jersey City without change, and connect with 9 A. M. and 3 P. M trains from New York. NEW YORK AND ELIZABETH TOWN. Leave* New York. Leaves Elizabeth Town At 8 A. M. At 2 P. M, At 7 A. M. 3X P. M. 9 do. 3 do. 7K do. 6 do. 11 do. 5 do. 8% do. 9>? do. 7 do. 10 do. 1 PM. The trains for Westfield, Plainfield, Roundhrook, Somer ville, 8ic., connect with the 9 A. M., and P. M. ; trains from New York daily, Sundays excepted. Fare between New York and Elizabeth Town 25 cent*. Fare between do. and Somerville. 75 cents. Ni'.W YORK AND RAHwAl Leaves New York. Leaves Railway. At 8 A. M, At 2 P.M. At fi/? A.M. At 3 P. M 9 do. 3 do 7 dl. do. 11 do. 5 d?. 9 do. 9 do. 7 do. 9? do. 12* P M. NEW JTORK AND NEW BRUNSWICK. Kiom foot of Courtlandt street, New York, daily Leaves New York. Leaves New Brunswick. At 9 A. M. At 3 P. M. At 6 A. M. At 12 M. 5 do. 7K do. 8X P. M. ON SUNDAYS? Leaves New York Leaves New Brunswick. At 9 A. M. and i\ P. M. At 12 A M., and 8* P. M. Fare, except in the Philadelphia trains, between New York and New Brunswick. 50 cents. Between New York and Railway, 25 cents Newark, Elizabethtowu, Railway, and New Brunswick passengers who procure their tickets at the ticket office, re cei re a ferry ticket gratis. Tickets are received by the cou dnetor orly on the day when purchased The commutation fare between New York and RahWay anil intermediate places, has been reduced (including ferry) to $i0 per year ; betweeu New Brunswick and New York S7.1) p?r year. nl9 3in PATER SON RAILROAD. eaaga mm aTl K^^TlKKrW&irLLlNU8 rN'l) sBRfe: from Patersou to Jersey City. On and after Monday, Oct. 2d, 1843, the cars will leave Fatkrson Defct. L?.ave New Vom. 8 A. M. 9 A. M. 11* " 12* P. M. S P. M. 4 ON SUNDAYS Lcavf. Paterson Depot. Leave New Yore. 8 A. M. 9X A. M. 3 P. M. 4 P. M. Transportation cars leave daily (Sundays excepted.) Passenfws are advised to be at the Kerry, foot of Courtiandt street, n ew minutes bsfore the statad l?mn of departure. jyl9 6m ^ POMEROY & co.'s flplin 3K3E.DA1LY ktphv.SK P W KOK ALBANY, TROY, CHICAGO and the CAN adas The subscribers having completed the r arrangements w ith the People's Line of Steamboats, on the North River, and the Rail Huad Companies went of Albany for running their Lxpreks for the season of 1843, au Express will leave their office, Ne. 3 Wall street. New York, every eveiiing, at quarter to 7 o'clock, for the above named and intermediate places. IMPORTANT. For the greater safety and security of all valuable and money packages entrusted in their care, they have Salamander Iron Safes on board of the steamboats, in a strte room occupied exclusively by themselves, and the messenger in charge sleeps in the same room with the iron safea.iuto which all such padkages are placed. ruMLKUK & tUMrAiHY, ml ec Nn. 2 Wall street m'rrjii ENGLISH. KRENCH, BELGIAN AiNW AMKKIt AN EXPRESS, GENERAL. KORWARDINO AND COMMISSION HOUSE. HARNDEN Ik < O. will receive and forward by their daily Express Cars, Specie, Uimk Notes, Packagesand Parcels, to any part of the United states or Caiu'lai, and by the steamers and Iiackets to any part of buglaud, Ireland, Scotland, Belgium or ?raiic*. Particular attentinn is paid to the purchase or sale of alt descriptions of merchandise, collecting and paying Drafts, Notes, and Bills, to the entry of merchandise at the Custom House, and to the general transaction of any and all kinds of forwarding and commission business.T Bills of Exchange, in sums to suit, furnished on St. Johu, N. B., Halifax, N. or 011 aay part of Europe. All goods must be marked "Harden St Co." Foreign Post Office Letter Bags are made.up for all the Royal Mail Steamers from Boston, and the steamer and sailing packets from New York. Principal offices and agents:? Messrs. Ham den 8t Co.. 20 Water street, Lirerpool. Messrs. Maclean, Maris k Co., 3 Atichurcli laue, London. Messrs. Emerson 8i Co., Paris and H?vre. Samuel Haiglit, Esq., American Consul, Antwerp, Belgium. Messrs. J. and .). O. Woodward, St. John, N. B. J. G. Woodward, New Orleans, La. Messrs. J. B. Sazerac Si Co.. Havaua. Harnden fc Go. 8 Court St., Boston. All goods mint lie marki'd "Harden & Co. N. B.?Harnden 8t Co. are alone responsible for the los? or injury of any articles, or property of any description committed o their care; nor in any risk assumed by, nor can any be attached to the New Jersey Steamboat Navigation Company, b> which their crate* are or may be transported; nor the New York, I'rovidence, and Boston Railroad, or the Boston and Providence Railroad Corpomtions, in respect to their contents at any time. HARNDEN k CO., JV12 r No. :i Wall at., New York .Mf) I'ULLENife COPP JSaglfclL 3 Wall.iireet.jHMH? NfcVV 1UHK, ALBANY. TROY A,\u .HUMIU.AL ... EXPRESS. Messrs. Harnden 8c Co. having disposed of their route from New \ rk to Albany and Troy, the subscribers, the old conductors ol Harnden * Co's Northern Kipre.ss, fr;>m New York will continue to run, as heretofore, leaving New York. Albany and Troy Daily, and connect at Troy with Jacobs' Montreal Kipress, and will forward 3|>ecie, Bank Notes, Packages. Bundles, Case* Ol Goods, kc. to any place between New York and Montreal, and throughout the Canada's Also Kast from Tunam! Albany to Boston, and West from Albany to Buffalo. All business entrusted to their charge will he promptly attended to. Particular attention will be paid to the collection of notes, drafts, acceptances, Ike. and prompt returns made for the same. PULLKN St COPP. Offices?Pullen St Corp, 3 Wall street, New York. Tlios Gondii, I) Exchange, Albany. A. G. Kilkins, 228 River street, Troy. S.Jacob's Kxchaiflte Court, St Paul's it. Montreal. REFERENCES. Nrw Yob*. _ Alr*?y. Trot. Prime, Ward St King, E. J. Humphrey, Jno. Payne, Jacob Little St Co.. Tho?. Gough. P. We|U; John 1. smith x uo, n. iv. stow, Pefioon 81 Hoffman. C.S Dnuisla*?, CariwiiterSt Varmilye, K'^Lnalw. Houghtou St (Jo. Drew. Robimon it Co. * i!tr "~NEW YORK AND HARLEM RAILROAD COMPANY. YVINTKH ^ il ?l AHRANOKSSaBv mknt. On ami] (vfti'i December lit, 1813, ilia Car? will run in the follow uw orde':? T*ave City Hall Lmvt tht Hridge for the Bridgt. for Citv Hall. , 7 00 A. M. 8 31 9 (Ml " 10 *0 11 30 " I 00 2 00 P. M. 3 30 4 30 " 6 00 Th* City Hall anil 57th iiwl line will nin ?follows From 7 A. M. tiety 10 mi 11 a tea throniih the day till 7 30 P. M. The Kxtra Niglit l.int' will nut as f-ll.,w? Lm<r < ity llnllfor 27th stint at 0, 8 30, !>, !l 30. 10, 10 30, 81 II. Leave 27th street for Citv Hall at 7 30, 8, 8 30, 9. 9 30, 10, (k 10 3?. lly order of the B.iard, H4 imr W H. CARMAN. Hec'y. KOK MAHSKILL.KS? Packet for mt .lannary? jwjjjy ( ?hip TIO SCOTT. Cain. Mvrick. Apply to l.At'KKN" V k PHKLI'8, 103 Krnnt ?t, or to BOVD It HINCKiKN, Agents, (l(*c 9 Tontine Buildings. E NE NEA NKW LINE OK LIVERPOOL PACKETS. To ?ail from New York ou the 25th and Liverpool ou the 11th of each mouth Jfe jfe Jft jft ? kom NFW YURK^^ Ship SIDDONS, Captain E. B. Cobb, 26th December. Ship SHERIDAN, ( aptaiu F. Deney?ter, 2*Ui Jauuary. Ship OARR1CK, Capt. Wm. Skiddy, 26th February. Ship ROSCIUS, Captain Joha Collins, 26th March. From Liverpool. Ship SIDDONS, Captain A. B. Cobb, 11th February. Ship SHERIDAN^Captain^F. A^. Dejieyatar, 11th March. Ship liAKllli K, captain wni. nmuuy, inn /\pru. Ship KOMCI US, Captaiu John Collins, 11th May. These ships .ire all of the lirst clu*, upward* of 1000 toa?, built iu the city of New York, with such improvement* a? combiue great ?|*>ed with unusual comfort for pasaenger*. Every care lias been taken in the arrangement of their accommodation*. The price of pa**aKe hence ii $ICU, lor which ample atnrea will be provided TmMshi|>* are commanded by ex|>erieiic?d matters, who will make every exertion to give general satisfaction. Neither the captains or owners of the ships will be responsible for any letters, parcels or package* seut by them, unless regular bills of lading are signed therefor. For freight or passage apply to K. K. COLLINS 5i CO., S6 South St.. New York, or to BttOWN. SHIPLEY St CO, Liverpool. Letters by the packets will be charged 123-* cents per sing.'e heet ; 48 cent* i>er ounce, and new?pa|<ers I cent each. d2 Marseilles line of packets. m M: 3?L M. The undermentioned ships will be regularly dispatched Irom hence ?u th" 1st, and fsom Marseilles on the 5th of each mouth during the year as follvws From New York. Marseilles. MINERVA, Cant. Brown, Dec. 1 Feb. i TIIKSCOTT, Capt. Mynck, Jan. 1 March 5 H'llV THOMPSON.Capt.Sylvester, Feb. 1. April 5 HELLESPONT, Capt. Adam*, March 1. May 5 COKIOLANU9, Capt. Haile, Apr.l 1. June 5 They are all coppered and copper fa*tened, and have excellent accommodation* for paaaeugers. The price of cabiu passage will be $100, exclusive of wine* anil Imjuots. itoous addressed to the agents, BOYD & HINCKEN, will be forwarued free of other charges than those actually paid. For I'reiirnf. or passage apply to UWHMrKli PHI. I.I'S 101 Wronf irmet or to BOYD (It HINCKKN. Aneoti. m2t>r No 9 Tontine Buildings. THK NtW LINE OK LIVERPOOL PACKETS. m. M To sail from New \ uik 2Ut, and Irom Liverpool 6tli of each mouth. from New York I. pool New Ship LIVERPOOL, 1150 ton., } |j $'& ? J. Eldndge, $A'U({ 21 0ct 6 N. ,hip QUEEN OF THE WEST.Hj1'/ 2f ^ar. 5 1250 ton* P. Woodhouse. < p?pt. 21 Not. 6 New .hip ROCHESTER.850 ton,. 21 aSS.' 6 Johu Britton (0ct,r j, U(.ctt 6 Ship HOTTINOUEK. 1050 to?,, ^"=^i May 6 Ira Bursely, $Nov'r 21 J an y 6 Tlmse substantial, fast sailing, first class ships, alt built m the city of New York, are commanded ?by men ol ,*?pe*leuce ?nd ability, and will tie dispatched punctually ou the 21st ol each mouth. Their cabins are elegant and commodious, and are famished with whatever can conduce to the ease aud comfort of passengers. Price of passage, $100. Neither the captains or owners of tliese ships will be responsible for any parcels or packages sent by them, unless regubr bills of lading are signed therefor. WOODIfULL Si MINTURNB, 87 South street, New York, or to FIELDEN, BROTHERS St CO., dir Liverpool PASSAGE FROM ENGLAND. IRELAND. SCOTLAND AND WALES. tlffv Jfjy ilffv IV tons about seuuiug f<l' their Irieud* in the Old Cou<,,ry can make arrangements with the subscriber to h?v? the.? brouKlu out oil the inoit a Ivantag o-is terms, in firit class Americau packet >hi|K, sailing from Liverpool rvM-y tive days Mr. Wm. T?pp?c?tt, one of the firm.having gone to Liverpool to superintend the te..di g ont of passengers engaged by them, they can confidently assure th'ir friends and otheis about malting such arrangements, that every praier attentiuu will be paid by liiin to the comfort and quick d?f alch of those whose passage may be engaged at their office. Arrangementscaii be made wi:hthe subscribers to have passengers broui ht from Cork, Waterford, Dubliu, Drogheda. Duudalk, Belfast, Londonderry, flasgow, Sic. by wav of Liverpool. and with a certainty of their experiencing no delay at the latter port. When those sent for decline coming, the passage money is promptly refunded, as usual. For furuier particulars, apply (ifiby Utter, |>o?t paid,) to W. tit J. T. TAP8COTT, 43 Peck slip, New York?or d6 WM. TAPSCOTT, Liveri>ool. OLD EaTAULlSHKD PASSAGE OFFICE, 100 Pine street, corner of South. i Hfc subscriber t>egs leave to call the attention of his tnenils and the public in general, to the following arrangements for 1843, for the purpose of bringing out cabin, 2d cabin, and steerage passengers, by the Regular Packets, sailing as follows, viz : t rum Liverpool, the 1st.7th. 13th. 19th .mil 25th ofeverv inmitli. " London, tin* 1st, 10th and 20th In addition to the above regular lines, a number of splendid New York built transient ships will continue to sail from Liverpool weekly, in regular succession, tliereby preventing the least possible delay to passengers on their arrival ill Liverpool. Kor the accommodation of liersoiis wishing to remit money to their families or friends, drafts are given, payable at sight, on tke following Banks, viz :? Provincial Bank of Ireland, payable at Cork, Limerick, Clouinel, Londonderry, Sligo, Wei ford, Belfast, Water ford, (Jalway, Armai#), Athlone, Colerain, Ballina, Tralee, Youghal, Knniskillen, Mouaghan, Banbridge, Ballymena, Parsonstowu, Downpatrick, Cavan, Lurgan, Omagh, Duiigaiiuon, Bandon, Knnis, Ballyshannon Strabane, Dtingarven, Mallow, Moueymore, Cootchill, Kilrush. The Ulster Bank of Ireland, and all its branches. The National do do do. Scotland?The City of Glasgow Bank and all its branches aud agencies. England?Messrs. Spooner, Alwood St Co. Bankers, London, payable in any town in Great Britain. Kor further information (if by letter, post paid,) apply to JOSEPH McMUHKAY, 100 Pine street, corner of South. Or to IP. W. 1SYRNK8 8c Co. 36 Waterloo Road, si lmr Liverpool, ?*?- KOK LO N DON?Regular packet of the 20th Dec The we!* known favorite packet ship WE^TMIN labs I'KIt, Captain Hovey, burthen 1000 tons, will tail a* aBove, her regular day. ' Her accommodations for cabin, second cabin anil steerage passengers, are splendidly fitted up for the comfort and convenience of passengers. Persons intending to embark should make early application to JOSK.rH McMUHRAY, 100 Pine st. comer of South. Prisons wishing to send for their friemls residing in the old Country, can have them brought out by the above shin, or any 1 of the tne regular packets sailing on the 7th. 17th and 27th of each month, by applying as above; If by letter, post paid. P S. Drafts at Sigh', far large or small sums, are drawn by thesubscriber on the Provincial Bauk of Ireland; payable in every to ?? throughout the country ; also, on Messr? 9p louer, At wood Si Co, B inkers, Londou, payable in every town in Oreat Britain. dl2r A&kt- Pa.Tkf.T tor HAVKH~-Second LTrTe?Thf *r*JV'l"P UT1CA, K. Mewi t, maatei, will sail on the 1st ?SXmL"( January. BlJYT) fit HINCKKN, 9 Tontine Building, dlec corner Wall and Wmer Streets. ???- FOR HAVRK?The fc'm.rh hr,? Al kltTI. STXy ftDtaio H?ntt. For ireifht apply to "ho V I) fcllVv'rut' v ( ? 4? Br.oatl #t.or. to 11 BOY L) Ol HINCKKN, 6 Tontine Buildiutf KOR LIVKKPOOL?f'abin I'hmekp Only?Thf CTffVfint class ship KONAHA&SETT, Cart Howes, mMISbwiII Ik? il spa ched Tor the above port ill a Tow Hays. Sue i.>u li.vdsome accommodations lor cabin passengers, wno will be taken at reduce.i rates, if early xpplicai ion is made to JOHN HKHDM vN, 61 South streat. N B.?The British ba que 'o eph Cnuard, Cat t Harrison, burthen 740 tons I>er register, will lie despatched for Liverpool on orabout the I b of January, and can comfortably acconunodafe a few cabin passengers, at a low rate. Apply on board foot of I'ine it, or as above. dl!>rc OW-y KKUULAK LINf. hOK NK<v OHJWy liKANM?I he following nrst. class packets will sail HUKBPUiictuallv as advertised (weather iiermitting) or pas* s ige free? J'he ALAB \MA, Captain Bunbw, on the 25ih Dec. 1'be accommodations of these ship< for cabin, s.cond cabin ind steeraue passengers, are such ns cannot tail to ensure every Cjmfort to passengers during the voyafe Thp iliin* nl inia Imp hnr*> nnw rn in mi>nrpH th?ir Mtfffelftr ri|?, and will sul punctual every five d.tya thruap limit the leaaon. ra-sengers may therefore rely en not bt-mf 11 tainxl. Che price of passed* being v?ry low, those wishing to secuie l?-rth? in either of lit1 above packet*, can do so by applying on board or to \V. k J. T. TAPSCOTT, a' their Oeneral Passage Office, 43 Peck slip, dl9 rc corner ol South strft. tf*- BLACK MALI., OH OLD LINK OK LIVKR JfflffkPOOL PA< K KTS?KOR LI VK.RPOoL?Rejtilar MmmBb!')><*k''' of the 1st 'ainarv ?The w?ll known fist ?a lint |Mcket ship ( OLUMBUa, Capt. If. A. Co.e, will pomtively nail on Monday, l>t January, her regular day. It is wi ll known thai the accommodations of this noble pack: ? lor cabin, 2d cahiu and steerage luusenger*, are lilted up in a manner thal^annot fail t-? insure those embarking every com lort, betiw *?*ry high between-deck., which are well lighted uid ventilated. Those returning to Um old country will atone* fee it tlifir interest to wlect this fayor te vc set for their conveyance in preference to any other. The price of passage i* v? ry low, for which and to secure the beat berths, early application ihould be made on board, foot of Beekinan st, or to the subscribers. ROCHK, BHOTHKR8 * CO., 35 Knltonstreet, licit door to the Knlton Hunk " H.?The New York sails Irom Liverpool ou the 1st Kebru >at in her, or in iit of the packets coinprUi#* this RMqRlllfd tine, tailing from that port pnnctullT M the 1st IM Mill of each month. For apply a# tDOT*. N. B.? The new .m<1 auprrb packet ithii> \orkihre burthen IliOtoiia ( I|>t. I). <J. titilr), -A 111 nucceed the Colnmbn*. and s.tiI for Liverpool on the Kith January, 1844, her regular day. dim iii' FOR * K W OUl.KArvrt-fo Hail on Ih. 2tlh intt. *l!nMfV'l'h? well Mnown ship MWKLdWKK, Captaiu lawlbWrili*, will lie di'ap't lied for tin' above port on the Mh iuat, Kor passage, having en-elleiu accommodation* i.i rabin anil ate rafe, apply ou board tlie ship at Mnnay'a wharf, loot of Wall stieet, or to JOHN HRRDMAN, 61 South nt. B ?Tlie fmt class ship NtlAHOiM, Captain Thompson, * ill tail I hi* Dav. win'l anil weather |> rmitiing ami c in vet tslie a lew Biore cabin and stteraiie paaionge ?, apply as above. <12) rc lAJft- KOK MKW OIU.K.ANS?Louisiana and Ne*\ iBffW Vork Line?Regular IVket of Of . II?The last aail OMMfanig Pick t ahtp (?At I UN, l-apt. O. Kldritlge, Mill mil u ahove, her regular day. Kor freight or passage, lining liandaome furnished accommodation*, apply uu board at Orleina wharf, loot or Wall atrret. or to K. K. COLLINS Si CO. M Sonth atnvt. Poaitifely nn gnoda received a!t? r the evening of thejUtintU'U Shippert by thii line may rely npou having their kooiIi correctly memured. Agenta iii New Orlmua, Hnllin li Woodruff, who will promptly forward all gooda to their addrean. The packet ahip Ocaiiee tapt. 1). Jactaon, will ancceed the Oaaton, and Mil the 10th Jtn'y., her regular day. <13-re W Y < N YORK. SUNDAY MOR tft- FOR L1VF.RPOOL?The New Line Regular *J,.TxV Packet 2l?c January. Ttie new and very aplendid StmUmSrw York built packet ahip QUBEN OK THK W EST, Philip Woodhouae, master; 1210 tou? burthen, will tail aa above, her regular 'lay. For freight or paiwge, having roomy and uuiurpaaned accommodations, ap|>ly to the Oajilain on bnard.at weal tide Burling lip, or to WOODHULL 4k M1NTURN8, of aouui at. Price of passage (100. The au|>erior packet ihip Rochester, John Britt n. master; 80fl tons burtaen, will succa?d the Queen of the Writ, aud ail on her regular day.2lst February i'22ec "i? PACKET FOR BRISTOL?With immediate Mn^Wl'i-ipati-li -The well known fast tailing bark ' OS UmAmiMO, Capt. Outerbridge, will meet with immediate despatch for the above port. She has good accommodations for cabin, second cabin and steerage pasiengers. Those about going to the old country will hud this a desirable onpoiiunuy. Application without delay should be made to W. Ik J. T. TAP8COTT, n2.'i r 43 Peck slip, comer South street. 7*^ KOR (iKKKNOCK AM) (iLASUOW. with lJ!#Sry.Je?patch?Th? pack ft ship SALKM, Capt. Heirn, jjyyiMwill >a'l as above. Her accoinmoda ions Tor cabin, second ca^iii and steerage passengers, are superior to any vu-iel in port. Persons desirous of goinit should make early applicaiou on board, foot of t'ii e utreet, o- to JOSKI'lI McMURRAY, 100 Pine. cornerof South street. P. S.?Persons wishing to send for their ftie ds to Scotland, can have them hrouiih' out by the above packet by making arrangements with the above. ?2r KOR LONDON-Packet of the Will Uef.-The wKMrVP" ''"I' WK8T ''1INSTKK, Cap Moore, will JMHlB^iie despatched fi.r Loudon a< abo?e;ner regular day, Those wishiiw to secure a passagp, having superior accommodations for cabin, seeond rahin aud steriage passengers, apply to JOHN H?RDMAN, 61 South street, >iA> r Wall .>,? N. B.?Passage from London and Liverpool bi th* regular packets, sailing weekly, ran at all time* be arranged at the lowni ratfi and drafts furnished for any amount, payable throughout the United Kingt'om, on application as above. dl r WINTKll AKltAMiUMKNT-KoK ALB \N Y! Via BRIDOKPOHT and Iioi ia i omic &. Wes tehn ?j-..-frHl i'' J?ll.ul,i)hoKin. La11v, aitiidays^^^^HE St. J?mL Excepted. Pane gers lor Albany by thin Konte will take the new and elegant a aamboat EUREKA, Capt J L. Kit< h, which leaves New York from foor Liberty street, Mwndav niorninK at half ptst 6 o'clock, for Bridgeport, thence by tli- Houi?tomc and Western Railroa Is, without chainte i-l car* or baggage crates, If Albany, arriving same ev-.uuiK at It o'clock. Ka'e through ti. h or passage or f leight, apply on board, or at the office, foot of Liberty street. U. M. ?fc,RRV, Agent. n?<l2?ec WINTER MAIL LINK FOR ALBAN V. and Inteimediate paces. Fare tlir.iuL'h ^tr * ... *" yf i he steamboat ROBF.RT L. 9TEVKN8, i,at tain R L. Mab?y, wi I leive ihe foot of Courrlandt st. tliia VWdueiday, Friday and .Sunday afternoons, at !> o'oJo?<?. '1 he Stean er UTIOA, Captain Joaenh Scott, will leav? as above, tliia, Thursday, Saturday and Monday afteiuuoui, at i o'cUnk. For passage or freight, apply to P. C. Schultz at the office, er on board. d20r<* <MM V INTER MAIL LINK FOR ALBA Cu olH.r>NY anil i I erniwliate places, from the foot of ( 'mitflin Jl cfrpot FWo irMirinr K F( ' A Cajit. J. Scott, will leave at above at 5 I*. M. on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. The COLUMBIA, Cart. A Houghton, will leave ax above at 5 P M. on Tuesday. Thursd*) atiu Saturday. For passuge or freight, apply on board, or t? P. C. S'holti, at the office on the wha?f dl3r TcMm STATIN ISLAND FERRY, HJUT WHITEHALL ST.-The sttatnboM 3E3SK^HLsTATEN ISLANDEH willleave New York and Staten Island, 011 and after October 2d, at follow#, until further notice Leave Staten I-land at UK, 10, a. m., 2, 4, p. m. Leave New York at 9. 12>t, 10 niin. pas' 3. *%,. N. B.?Ou Sundays tlie boat will leave at II instead of 12>f. All frviglit shipped is required to he particularly marKed md Is at the risk of the owner* tli?reof sXtltfr spugF FOR SALE?A Valuable Farm culled Springfield Jrc^tiituit'd in the county of Isle-nf Wight, a mile ?nd a h 'If ,?Ji*k.from the mouth of N?nsemond Iliver. containing about five hundred acres, bounded on two sides by creeks (navigable foi small vessels) luumug into the mouth of NansemondRiver. Theie is on the farm alargn a. d well finished brick dwelling house, with evtry other necessary out liout-. in food tei air. Neailv one half of the la< d is well timbeed with laige tall pine and oaks; tl"* pine of the lir.t iiual ty. for steamboat wood '1 lie cleared land is of a goou qnalicy and well ndipted to the cu'livation of wheat, corn, sweet potatoes and water u el ms It has attached to it a line oyster landing for planting oystirs, and is one of the best stock farms of its size in lower Virginia, Persons wishing to purchase, by applying early, will meet with a great bargain. If net sold privately before, it will be offered at public auction on the premiseson the:! 5th Hay of January, mil. Terms will be made kuown and lunher information given by Mr Jos. B. Whitehead of Sinilhfield. Isle of Wight county, or the subscriber. WILLIAM HlNES. d20 3taw tojy25 rc "m""NEW sTYLk OF CHILDREN'S VELVET CAPS Jp ?The subscriber has a large and beautiful assortment of Gentlemen's and Boys Caps, of the la'et fashion, which he will ttill .?? i?h(?.iii ?? anv ntlipr PttnhliahraPHt in thi? rifv? immiK winch may be found gentlemen's cl.ulv velvet, a new style of (litxvd, mid fine otter caps. Alio oil hand a large aupply of mole lUin, aiIk and fur hats, of a beauiiful finish, for sale low. Fancy Vur??Al?o, constantly on hswid, a larg<- assortment ol Mnffs and Fur Trimmings for sale at very low prices. N. B.?The Caps of the subscriber took the premium at the 'ate Fair of the A merican Institute. WM. BROWN. n30 lm*r 126 Chatham st. opposite Roosevelt. . CORK SOLE WATER PROOF AND DRF.SS BOOTS.?Tbo subscriber makes to order Boots of the Iffahnve descriptions, of the finest quality of French CalfJR skin, in the latest style, auu at < ery reasonable prices. Oentleme>i who ha.'e been in the habit of pav-ns extravagant prices for iuferior articles, are requested to call and be convinced of their interest ill purchasing at this store Draw iuks being taken of the feet, nnd a pair of Lasts kept for each customer, there is no difficulty iu Retting a handsome and easy lit. Constantly on hand, a large assortment of ready made Bress Boots, latest styles, at $3 and $3 50 tier nair; Double Soles,from 84 to $ > per pair. Over Shoes, Half Boots, Dancing |Pumps, Slippers, &C. a' evilly low prices. JOHN L. WATKINS, 114 Fnlton street, d8 1m*?c between Nassin and Dutch streets. LOOK AT THIS. ~~ GENTLEMEN'S CORK SOLE BOOTS, the best ol quality, 15 00 Do Water Proof Boots do 4 50 Do light Freuch Ca'lskin Booti do $3 to 4 00 Do India Rubi er Over thoes, with leather soles 1 50 Do plain Rubbers, 50 Do Dancing Pumps. 1 0# Do Dancing Oa ter, 1 75 Do Worked SI ipperi, 100 And all other kinds of Boots and Shoos in fashion: ladies' gai ter Boots. DUsmils, flippers, 1 II, qunieu mines, prunella Shoes, white ai.-* black satin Slipi>ers, button Short; India rubber strao furred. plain, and a'l other kinus of Over Sheet Cloys, Moccasins. and the kt< ate?r assortment of boy's Boot* ind fhoes; misses' and children's, of all kinds to be found <n the world al! of our own mauuf<ctu*e. and the best of French goods. and warranted t? he the best, and as cheip as th? cheapest. at 35' Broadway, coiuer ol Franklin s'teet. d3t30?ec OKtOORV #i CAH1LL, 367 Broadway. PARIS BOOTS ANIJ LASTS MADE TO ORDEIl, Bv E. SU8ER, 1*5 BROADW&T, (BASEMENT.) One door from Court.andt stre-L K. SUSER. Bootroaaer and Maker of Lasts, an '"Five" of Olerc* ol Paris, bens leave to inform his friends and all the amateurs of a gentlemanly " cbau?snre,' that he can now make, in New York, with th* best French miteriais, all that is so per'fctly made in Paris hy his master, the celebrated Boutm-'ier Clerce, wnose numerous customers on this side of the Atlantic, are respectfully iuvitei! to try iSuter's Boots and Lasts, before they despair of being "cliausses" New Yoik, after the nices latest Paris fashion. Also the genuine Paris Jet Black Varnish sold. n2l lm*"rn | hOOT AM) SHOE STORE. ' 11 I READY respectfully in'onns his friends and the PliUie, ihat he has commenced business ill the above line, at No !I9 Na*sau street, where he will ihankfilly r reive a?,l I*. .11,1 ? U l- ,.?..ri,u. all ,,r.l ,.Umi, U l'?.,r..,l u,ik .... the most reasonable Irimi for Caah j2Jr ^uga.ANTI-HUMllUU STORE'?LIVE ANi. l.K.T 'T ! " fh'' P.'j eaclusive Bi.ot Store, No. 144 lyln litni >l i*t ( ? we the ooioni inicticr of calliuit upon t cr ?"" 1 "* sr')n* ' J1?1 t''Ifr,,trd) run he obttilled \\ratej Prool lloots m.vmUtrtured in Una c ty of the Iwwt m?ie inl and warr.lllf d at P.'II'ei raURin/ from three to fire d linn., being lome two dollars h?? 10 price than n generally obtained (quality cons'dered ) 1.1 thin city. n36Jwl,r BKOADWAY TEA STORE, NORTHEAST corner of Pri ce ami Broadway, adjoining Niblo's Flower Repository. Thesnbsrribers inform th?ir friends and the public, t at ih?y hare opened th? above Store, >vith a ne* and e*ieiisl?? assortment ol Oroceri?<- the stock consisting princptlly of Teas of the flue .t iiualit.es, selected with the Kieatest care from the List Cargoes. TEAS. YoungHvion from-** to 8* OU Hyson " *s to 8s Imperial " is to *? (Juni-owder "... ... ... 5i to 8s Poucnoiiu " J'to 6s Souciiomi " Is to ?s Orange IVcco 11 _ 6s As res|ie(.ts ihe abore Ttaa, we defy competition,in freshneas, quality or piice and s'ate that they are se ectioul made by o e of the most competed! judges in the city COFFEE Old Java, burnt and ground. Is 4d per jiound. Also, a gei.eral as?> rtmeir of Coffee, V runs lor th h >li<!ay?, all kinds of sURars >ery In*?and m fact every thi jc appertainiiiu in a irrocerv. all of which M warranted to lie of lirat onal tv. <121 Im'rc U. HA RKI8< >N k CO KRIMTS. OR'M KRIKS, TKA8, WINK*. fcc-0<%?S NKK ai V'UUiNU. 132 Chatham street, offer at wliole.alc and retail, to dealers ami f?mihes? Krnh *of*i?n k'raits, a general ?tsortment. Sugars and Coffee of a I kind* i d qualities. Teas, (Jreen and Black, ofevery d scriptiou. Superio. old Wmet and i.iqno ?, of various g adei. Supeiioi H^?|?b#rty andCheiry Brmdy Kieuch and American Cordials, ondr It and in glut. Condon, Scotch and Anu-iuan Porter, Brown Stout and Pile Ale. La Norma, Regalia, Noriaga and other brands Segan. hast and Writ India and Amrrican Preserves and Jellies. Money, in small boxes, from Ohio. Jujube Paste, in 12^ and 2) lb bones. Bird seei, Spices, ( acoa and Chocolate. fperin Oil and Candles, Soap, &c. Saratoga Pavilion Water, in qu <rt and pint bottles. Goods delivered to any part of th- city tree ol expense. o2l lm">c TIFFANY, YOUNG & KLLIS, 299 a nil 2l>0 Broadway, corner IVarrvn tfrttt, IMPOKTKKS OK THK VARIOl'* KANCV MANUKACTllRr.S OK KR ANI'F.K. Nt;I.AND flKRMANV, CHINA, MX'. A UK NOW UK' HIVING A ?OIK AT VARIETY OK -fV (iOtlUS, tho selection of one of tlieir Urm, lende i g their present stock the most varied, I ncest and r chest to be found on this or the other side of the Atl.utic. They lieg leave to say tha'their Ooods aie made iu nr. er, by the best ,'ahricaii's o! Kmop', mid?r th* direction of one of tl e Partners or a" ag'iit of competent ta>te; Mid the, I.el entirely confident that tlt<*\ will al*ays be fraud low* .rnnsiilri inn tl" nil/It, quality mirl finish, lli.>11 ?: ?' b* b.iufh eliewhere. I)ete, mined lo kc>p lli-ir stock always desirable r.iid attractive,

they hare re-marked all Kood* tint ha?e remained on hand fori* month* ?r more and lint their original Irenhnos and novelty, at ?uch low price. as will eiuuie their tale?lower, it ? belieied, than litis deaftriptiou of goods uiually command* ill th? competition a-d eicitement of an auction room. Pi'ii iiaiim o? Auticlk* for Holipav lntititTi a e respectfully reminded that the* will find a better variety ;lie better nerved and better inited by making an early application da I toJlic >RK 1 ,NING, DECEMBER 24, 1 MUSICAL PRESENTS F O R T H K HOLIDAYS. rPHF. PUBLIC it reiiiectfully invited to v ?it ATWILI.'S J- MUSIC REPOSITORY, as many appropriate Piewut* for the coming |{<>lid y? i an be obtained tn* re?amonc whifn are the following wurki, beautifully niiblinhed anil teifel<Ml? : bound ' National Sours rf America," being ?ii of th? pnn?it)el National Anthem* of this country. S iirs lor the U uuoir. being five admired book, at written by Oeorge P. Morris, Esq. ' Songs forth* Parlor." being seven nonul-ir Boum commoted for the P auo Forte by l< rancis H. Brown. " Lover's yougs " being thirteen admired Soiiki, as writcea and composed by Sa uel Lever Etq. " K nig lit'. Sin i(i being nine popular Sor.gs, aj coinoosetl by Joseph Phillips Knight, F.?q. " Moore's S>ng?," being six admired Songs, aj written fcv Thomas Moore, Esq. " hussell's songs " being six of the most popular Songs, at composed atd sui.g by the distinguished vocalist Henrv >?<? > 11. " Repository Waltzes." being six Waltzes easily arranged at Dancing Music?the subject of e.ich Wal'Z taken trom tome Bipular Song, arranged for the Piano hnrw hv l< rutins M rown. " Repository Marches," being tix of the niott popular and admired Marches and Quick Steps, well arranged for the Piano Forte. " h.ltsler Dances," b?ing six of the most admired Dances i f that distinguish-d artist, Faiiny Klttler, embellished witntugn ly finished vignettes. ' Hongs of the Sea," being six admired Songs written )>v J R. Wre'ord *. A ?the music c m osed by Aus'iu PlnlliM ?each Son< lieaulifully embellished oil the viguetl? Also, all the pieces of Music ill i.he above, lor sale tepa ra'e'y. New and admired Music handsomely bouud. Musie tor (tot tar, I1 lute. tec. Sic Music bound and repaired if torn Musical Instruments of every description for sje, and warranted in every respect ll?? Cent Music" also lor mle. Large < latalrgues, containing the nanus of every thin* published, (ivritgiatis Music Stoies, Seminaries and Teneh?ra aiipulied. wholesale and retail. Order* piuctually at'endrd to. and the l>e?t editiont ot PBIi licatious always preferred. AT WILL'S MUSIC REPOSITORY, dlGsStinr 20' Broadway, sign of the Oolden Lyre. TOYS TOYS! TOYS! "IX7HOLE8ALE AND RETAIL., cheaper than ever, at the ? ? well kaowo Toy 'ton, 2:13 Centre street, twodoort above On"d atreet, opposita >he Market Kamilie* and strangers wiahiuK 1 oys for the holidays, w ill do well to call before purchaaiug c'.aawhere. Don't forget the nnmber. 213 CENTRE STREET. A'so, a fall asairtment of China, Olaaa and Earthen vVare. dl 2awtJl*je BROWN'S INDIAN QUEEN HOTEL. rPHE auhacri' er reipecifully informs hia fiienda and the tra l veiling public that he ''as 'ecen ly fi'ted up the 1 dian Quee Hotel in a style of cum' ined elegance and ronvenieuce iinsurp.is.sed in the L'ni'.f d Stites. An addition to the establish* ment trontiiiK on G street h<s be-n newlv built, ronuiu'tu. t meat number of room and private apirtineu's. hand omely furn'shrd with all th t can solace and deliiihtihe t'aveller. 'I hat part of thy llrnel frou'iuic ou ennsy Irani av-nue liaa under."lie a vast improvement: the far hx? been moved towards the iear, and the liquors, iic. 'educed one half iu price. A c^paciutii hall fiout'iig on Pennsylvania avenue. tastefully lilte'l up, conn' cis v illi the gent'efien's p.rl ir, alio opening on tl.eavenua Ou the lii.isha.d decorations of ihii parlor no xpense has heen (pared; in e'egvice, commodiousues* and plra-antness of location it lias not it? equal >u any siu.ilar establishment in the country. Tketable as usual will continue t" exhibit all that ab'<iiaauc? and vari'ty for which it ha? l>-?n o long eel bratrd. The ubtciibrr being the sole proprie'or of the establishment, and wu i'g a la'g" and pioductive firm and garden iu the tuitnediat* vicinity ol the city, he is not only euabled to aupplv his table with every delicacy at its earliest sen B"iis, but to rtff?rd his accomtrod't'oi s at a m?ch cheaper rate than the regular charge* in other hotels in the city, who a-e entirely depeiideu' upon the market. Peculiir attention has been paid to the fitting >ip of die Indies' apirtwents, and nothing lies lieeu omitted that can conduce to their crmfort With an etfi cient corps of v.ell disciplined, act've and re?pectful servants of both ?ex?-, a pminp* and obliging porter and barltee nrs, ai)d ot^er attendants of entlemanly I abits and address, th * subscriber flatters hims?lf that not1 iug has b en left undone to ensure to him a continuance ol public patronage and favor. JE8SK BROWN N. B ?Bo rd per we'lt $10 The porte will atl-ud flie ui rival of the c-irs, and all baggage brought to the M of eharge <l|0 3tAw3w DAY ? SHEET RUBBER OVER 8 H OE8?25 Maiden Lane, Ex|ierience h,u proven that a leather sole can be at tached to India llubber uppers. soUi.it it is impossible to separate them iu the course of wearing These Over Show,which nave already tnrown into disuse leather overshoes and mocassins, and t? which the water proof boot is fast tending, are famished by the lloxbury Incia Rubber establishment, 25 Mai-len Lane, of a quality surprisingly i>erfect, and altogether bettei than are being made by any other establishment in the trade. The patent quilted sfip|ier Over Shoe* and Boots are furnished only at tills establishment. Every article appertaining to the rubber business for sale or made to order. HORACE H. DAY. Successor to the Roxburv 1 R. C., (IS lm*r 25 Maiden Line. N'OTIP.K?l? EMnVAT. TiIE subscriber inl'oiins Irs frit-nil j mid the pubi c ihat he lifts removed from the tfo'.iblisliin> lit I Hro dwav lo Ins old | stand, 211 Br<adw?y, opposite nt raul's Church, having bought out the entire lnterfil of Mr. Van Vnnken. A large assortment of H <U and Cait?. constantly on haud JOHN N. GK.NIN, ( ate GfcNIN & VAN VRANKEN,) 214 Broadway, d9 lm*m nppo?ite St. I'aul'a t hurrh. LEGS, HANDS, ARMS, \'c. THE LOS4 of F>rt. ud Legs, no hindrance to th*1 act of J- walking?JOHN K. THuMAS, Cork L.-g M?ker, &?., r#?pectf illy inform* the public that he his returned from I'hiladeli'hi.t to 471 Water itreet, corner of I'ike, New Vork City, wdt-re he continues lo manufacture ARTIFICIAL LIMBS, on a plan the most correct and least complicated,having,through necessity, invented, made, and worn an artificial leg t ir forty yeir?, and been a manufacturer for tli'rty-lve year , feels confident of giving satisfaction to all who rail on him for Legi, Hands. Arms, or the Common Vvoodeu Leg. d 19 lm'iu THE ELIXER oF LOVEThe household ties! the household ties! How beautiful they are? With rosy lipe and laughing eye*, ll?d cheeks :>M golden hair. How sad is child).-** married lifeWealth can no joy afford; ?U) Cold looks the husband on the, wife? The wife upon her lord. But Lovk's K.i.ixkR?that sweet beou Will Nature's curse remove, And crown with living blossoms soon, The bert ol fruitless Id TP. Lucina Cordial!?barren wives Itt osto mothers fair, Anil tne foud nam<* of Kather ((ire* To husbands in despair' In lonchorrra and in ulc-Li, It proves a sovereign halm; Consumption too a conqueror m?rt? In iu unfailing chirm. Eruption*, lassitude and pains, In back, or loins, or ch-st; Disease brought on bv sudden strains. Discharges long suppressed, Are by this wond'rnui Cordial cared, No mor- their v:ctin<s vet. Thus by its aid is health insured At once, toei'heraei. Let all who suffer from disease Or fault in Nature's Law, Seek Irom this grand s|iecific mse, At niuety-two N ssau. And No. 13 Court street, Boston; No. 90 North 6th street, Philadelphia. Tersons ordering this medicine from th? country, by sending i remittance, can have it boxed up and sesit to any part of the Union Priee S1 per bottle or t24 per ilojen. n2' lm*m DR. WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY, 1-26 FULTON STREET. IMPORTANT UAIJTION.?The public ahonld bear in ? minil that it i> Dr. Wisiar's Italiam of Wild Cherry that per', form* those remarkable cures which are published in every part of tlie country, and not the articles of similar name that are oc rationally puffed into temporary uotice. Those may be good, but we know nothing about tluin l,et every Man, Woman and i-hild read the following, and if that does not satrfy all of the great virtue* of this medicine, let their, go to I2'i V tiltou street and see the original, with uu iiierons other testimonial* of lik? character : WATr.KVll.LK, (Oneida co., N. Y.) Sept 15, 1?13. Dear Sir?I owe it to the afflicted lo inform yon that in Jannary last I wu attacked by a verv violent cold, caused by working in the watrr, whirl, settled on my lungs It was accompanied by a very sevare pain iu my breast and sides, aud tl-o a distressing cough. I had in attandance all the heat me dical aid itj our village; hnt afV* exhausting their skill to no trail they pronounced my di .eaae a Confirmed Consumption, III'I they one and fll gave me up to die Aftei micli persuasion. I got the consent of iny nh\ sicion to u-e the Balsam of Wild Cherry, prepared by Dr Wistar. I purchased of the Agent in lur place one bottle, before using half of whi-h I began to gain itrrngth. and it was very evident my cough was much better Mid my symptoms in every way i proving. I have now used three bottles, and am re?tored to perfect health This result is done owiiu lo the us- of Dr. Wiatar's llalsam of Wila Cherry, mil I take this method of giving you the mf? rmation, partly to nay the debt of gratitude T owe you, and i>artly tlist others similarly afflicted may know where to apply for relief. Very tmiy yours, JAMES 8AOE. Vir. Palmer, DruxHMt, under date of Waterville, Sept 21, I (Ml writes: The statement given you b? \1; If-iiie* "agp is well known to be true b? this whole cominau,;,- certainly was a most I reinnmable Care. The sale of the 'JiUatn is verv good, and I oicc ss in curva truly ttaltcriu*. \ cars re?i.eet'fully, J). I) PALMER. L,er ir>? amictea can iuhi <e* our certitica'^a. Tliey prove conclusively t>'at they c?n b* cured if they |rt the ruht medecine Re ure ? d get "Dr. Wiatnr't Balaam of Wilo Cherry." Beware of imitation. Thia Balsam cures all affecuons of the Innjrs a'ld liver, such ?a bleediu* of the lungs, bronchitis, asthma of 10 or 20 year*' t adding. croup, obstimte pain in the cheat, site, &c. Sold only by Isaac Butts 125 Kulton, corner of Nassau ; U?iter, Albany; Oorhain, New Hs?en; K. W. Pull, Hartford<ud by amenta throughout the Northern a> d Kaateru Sutes A Vle'cal Tr?atine to he had testis a? ahciee ntl lin*m For coughs and colds consumption and all diseases a> d affectio'-a of the Luugs, ('hes, uid Thnmt?'l'h VMJKTaHI.K PULMONARY BALSAM atanda un'iylled ? It baa f'om 15 to 18 yea a, use. and a sa'e of fiom 30 to 40.0CU bottles a yea', become Stand rd Family Medicine throng out New Kngland It is ua--d by a great number ot phys<ci>ns in their tegnkr practices A distinguished physic an says, ' be regsrds it nt a sal" and very ' on'enient meoicina." Another, "that it In* justly ac iiuired a null refutation, and ao :ar as be can learn, baa never il s^p' uint-d the feasouaMe . ip-etations of ihose who hare us fd it." >?ne geuuu e unless sigued !"'am|>*Oii Reed, or Win. lon'n Cutler, or both. Kor sale by A. B. (It 0. Sa ids, ding(i Is, 79 ( ul oii stie t, 171 Broadway, 77 Kast ('roadway. Alto so d by (,ruK,<i*ts aud apothecaries generally in Mfw Vort. Price JO centa. d'O Im ec POSITIVKLV WA 1 Kit I'ltOOK-W J. Room-'s Sospi to or Chinese Water Proof Ointment?M insbaem 8c palmt Principal wholesale sn.l retail agents f .r this onlysnre pierentive ?f wet feet. '1' e celeb ati'd K?r~ka Bliel<in<, winch his won a ' I KM IVA Ifiil.mmy Ul |'<run't III ({MICK U life . ?|in which ia *i II adapted f.ir uiinlofrr the Snapito, la for ?a!e b\ the proprietor at nr. axeucy for the So^iito, 11 Kulton ajvet, corner ?i Hold. N. B ?The public are iiiviied to Mil and teat it* menu, dll lm*ee Dm I'UH J. URANOKR tain in fotare to limit hk practice, and confine lua attention eutirvly to thoae diaeauta hi thf treatment of which he haa met witn uniform anco-aa, rii?Diaenaea of the Heart, Langa, and Kectoin, in all theii litf-reiit forma. A No, all diaraara poouliar to w?meu The remediea uv J for the above diaeaae* are new in their ap dicalion, new in thrir effect* and new in th?.r preparation. Oflie* of Doctor lirancer .No. 44 Amity atreel. | tloon from 13 to i m Uie afternoon. lTlm?r 3ERA L. -1IWU I . ?^ 843. TO THE LADIKH.?Ladiei ?*><>ut to K've entertainment! an- iuvi'ed to call and ?ee 'lie ei.tiritly new and beautiful eta of lee Cream I iutrlotte de Hunf, and Jellv Form* and .Moulds, just received at the Al.HAMK A, 5)9 Broadway.? Table* art and arranged for partiea in the inoi*. tasteful and attractive inauuer, by a celebrated Artiit, without involvi g any additional eiia-iue. The celebrity of their Ice Crjatnt uiiniiK the |>a?t ?uminer, |(ivea auunun e thalei|ual p?in? w II be akm with all other artlclea of Confectionary In. nulled at tliii Katibliahment. dlU2w>er MAKKiKL) OK 8INOLK OKN'i L.KMKN, deairou* ol a comfortable home f?r the winter, can be Kenteely accommodated iu a private liuuly, with excellent board ami good apaeioua, and airy room*, the location being very detirablv. .juiet, convenient to the buain. < part of the city, and only a moment'! walk from the hot Broadway line of winter season cau be very handsome y lumished w I ill splendid parlors and rooms attached, by applying soon The advertiser ffeli assured. on the point ol economy and good living, tier house cannot be surpassed, and pledges that no pains or exertions shall be spare ! lo rend .r e very pom ble attention and comfort to those who may houor her with a trial.?<8 MARKET STRh'.KT n27 lm?? rPHK ALHA\1RA,559 Broadway. between Hpnug and I'rinc J- slreets?Oysters, Coffee, Choi-elate, and a variety nf other reli lies, served up in a superior rtt U. The [.ailit-s' Siloon, on the s?i ood Hoo- has b>en enlaiged and funished in the mii-I el?t;anl and costly inani.er. Tiis has a'ready become a I'avo rite resort lor ladies, who, alter the latigue o1 shopping or a morning i roinenad-, require some quiet.rl gant retieat like this in whicu to refresh themselves; al>o lor p>itie< returning from the Theatre or a Cone rt. who c-n enjov the most elightlul sunper without the trouble and inconvenience of preparing th>-in a' home. il 0 2* ec WINTKR AllRANGEMENT? JOHN BRADKN, 73 C-nal st ee', would lespeclfully in" lorm the public generally, that he is prepared to serve up, it Ins spacious and popular saloon, Creams, Jellie-, Coll.e Oysteis in ev*rv style. Coufectionariea gme-ally, and in short all kind* of Refreshments usually found at similar establishments, of the first class. Families will he supplied at short notic, with Confectionaries generally; also Creams and Jellies, at the unti ually low price ol" si* shillings t er quart, of ss good and choice maierials as can Iw fouiid e|s. where Confectionary at wholesale, and all kinds of | yramids manufactured to i nier, for private oriiublic parties. A gene al assortment ol Toys, suitable lor the holidays, for sale, eitreinely |..w N H ?All articles seut out from his est blishinent are warranted e<iual to ani tiling of forcgn manufacture. 11 is artistv haie not had the, honor of seiving foreign potentates, but he plfilges himself his article* shall be suitable for the gieafst magnate of ih>* laud <112 lui*m ( HEAP AND CONVENIENT LOOOINOS, AT HAKMONY HALC, No 17 C-ntre street?PETES MlLN E, the proprietor of tlii* well known and pc.Dnh, establishment, in tfi? immediate vicinity of the Post Oihee n Vi 1 and criminal l.iw tribunals limine .h.- most ce itr.il and eligi ble location i-i tlie cit>, offers to his friends a>t(l strangers ae? com mod -lions for lodgings, in single, comfortable and well fur liiihed rooms, at prf es awaited to the times <1M 6teod?m Mrs carroll,'s "ofd~ kstablisTT.i> mk dTcT TED VAPOR BATHS, 2J Courtlandt street?A certain nit for colds, glandular affection, ulcerated sore throat, rheumatism, (Sir The fear ol catching cold deters many from using the vnpor bath, hut the effect, it i>rO|>erly administered, is by exciting the vital action of the skin, living rise to a power o reaction, and enabling it to resist cold better than before Open from 7 o'clock in the morning till !) o'clock at night. Sulphur Bath* require one honr's notice. Portable Vspor Baths sent to any part of the city or Brooklyn. d IS Iwr ~~ M *RBI.EB vTHIToriUBs! Nineteen Italian Marble dathing Tuts, with valres, Stc . c mplete for u?e Well adapted for a public bathing establishment or for dwellings. Fur tu', her particulars apply to liKOUO< MILN, dlT flteod*r 94 B ekman street. watches and jewelry. IVfOELICIl AND PACHTMANN, Watchmakers and Manufacturing Jewellers, 90 Canal stieet, have on hand a Itkc lltortment of luhioatbll Jewelry of all descriptions, suitable for the HOLIDAYS, at prices which caiu.ot fall to suit Jewelry of every description nude to order, and Watches, Jewelry and Silverware repaired in a workininlike manner, equally low. Old Oold and Silver taken in exchange. dl8lm*m 117 ATOM Bib.? I'be largest ana must splt-mlid IMORMtttf v* Wntchea in the city, it to be found at the subscriber's. As he it constantly receiving all descriptions of Oold anil Silver Watches, of tne newest st\ les, direct from the manufacturers, in England, France, anil Switzerland, he is enabled u offer a larger assortment, and a*, much less prices, at retail, tliar r.y otherhouse in the city. (icld watches a? low as f2fl to llif each Watches and JMlflin enchanted or bought AH watrhes warranted to keep good time, or the money returned. Watchea, clock* and jewellery repaired in tlw heat mme'i tad warranted lowur than at any other place in the city W. C. ALLEN, importer if watches and jewellery, dT In>*r Wha'psale and retail, tfi'*'?ll street np stall". rPHE UBSCR1BERS are now prejnred to sell WatcheA and Jewelry as low, if not low-r, thm any other bouse i>i the cty, to wn:?( Jola Watche* trom $1S to SIOO each; silver do. from $.'> to SMI each. All WmteOt warran'ed to keep good time or the money retimed vtatchs, Clicks, and ?msic.'iI U iej repaired and WWTu ted, lower than any other house in the cry Second hind watches and old Bold and siver taken in exchange, or bought for ca?h THOviPS" >N & KISHh.R, Importers of W-relies and Jewelry, wholesale and retail, No 331 Broadway. New York \MOS R. THOMPSON, dIO lm*ec RIUHARO FISHER. ~~ BLANCH AH D'S PATENT STATU K ? DUD ANI) COAL STOVES, for hull*, parlors,ollires stor s, a'e.taiboal*. &c.?These ,-?lov.i are a Statue of VVa?hingt n, the f nher of his cojiit'y.sui mounting two kinds of Jiede uls. one lor w iod a- d the i.ther for oal ?'he li e cham er in the peilest.l being so arranged that he firv.lv me ,ns of a rm ert ible plate or partition in the Stovei cau-e? ti e beat to circulate through the entire height of the ?t<tue, gi'i g a large and bautnul r .dialing surface Thee Stovej have also g itn hot air chamber attiched.aud everv thing being constructed on the most scientific principles. tl ey give iu all who have them in use the great st satisfaction. The subscriber invites the attention of iho?e wanting a li -aunlul, economic tl an du'ah e S:o"e. to rail and sat'sfy theui.e vej of th-ako.e fa.ti. They can be set^ in operaliuu daily, and rife re.ices ?i veil to in jse w o nave tnnn in use i n? | mnnc "ill then have a fair opportunity of judi; iig tint the aboie are plain Tacts. For sale ouly i thii city at IN Grand S'?et, on? door east of Broidway. d2 ltr*m JAMK8 HIND3 BALL DRE SSES ?The subscriber ha* jait received by the most recent n'ivalf? 50 cases ladies'embroidered Kobes, from ST upwards M do Organdi, embroiderd ill color* Irom $1 upwards Title Illusion, ill blue, |'ink, and other colors 10-4 plain while Organdi Mnsliu. for ball dresses 100 cartons infant's embroidered Holies, very cheap. PETER ROBERTS, 373,Broidway, dll lmrc k between Whiteanil Franklin streets VkENOll CHINA No. 4 SOUTH WILLIAM STREET, Up Stairs. ADA LESME, Importer and Auent for Manufacturers, has al ways on hand a l*ryr assortment for dinnnr and tea sett in plain white and silt French Porcelain, as well is dinner and dessert plates <>f all sizes, assorted dishes, soup tureens, covered dishes, salad bowls, fruit baskets, custards and stands. Also, Tea and Chocolate Ware, Greek, French and American shape. All the articles are warranted of the belt quality, and to be old on liberal terms.and in lots to suit mirchiisers *2"* CROTON HAKKRY NOTICE. SIX" POUNDS OF BREAD FOR ONE SHILLING 'I he largest bread in th" city to be hud at t' e i roton B". kery,92 .l?ines street, six pounds of superior wleatbrenl for one shilling, or thr*e i>ou>id* for six cei ts. Wlmat, Indian, Kye ai.d Graham Bread, al?), I he K i in -II Rye Bread of a sii * rior kind ; _ n . . ".ill k nils it si* cen's each, anil a Keneral eisortinen I of Tea 1 alies, Rusks, Bnn?, Crullers, Hut ler Crack-rs, fresh every day. German and New Year Cakes lor t*e holidays. Flour wholesale and reiail. Fre h least for sale evry day. N. B.?The above articles ctn"b* had at the branch** No. H6B Pearl l*'\vren F' uikln vju.m- Oik srri*?* . 4?:tl No 'IVl Wil nam nepr r raiiKlori, ?i?o ai an i,n?rrv i iir ivi -a?i si. <122 Im^rrc JOHN II. WIEOAND, 92 Jjium it. OTUAKT, LADIk.iS' H AlK-URKSstMl, >o. 3 Murray U strppt. IMpeetfulIy miuouiices that hf is pmpvcd t(i wait on lauipj ,u theirr?sidpuppj, ami to dress Hpju? according to tlip la'?sr 1'irisian fashion?. Tprm? vpry rnndprr.tr n tW 9rn " rr" 1'ATfcNT M^iSTlu SHOULDER 11RACE. FHK hXJBSCHIBKKS offer, -v ith full coulidpncp In it* -I ulilitv and usefulness, thp above nampd articlp. This trticle is intended to brace the shoulders. support thp hack, and Mjiind ihp chp*t, giving a graceful outline to the figure. and will In* found indis|>piisab|p to person* of sedpntary h.init*. Pwmta ' ml nardiax are particularly W|MltlJ to mmfa* tint hracp; it will I>p MnI to PMW tlWT rei|Hisite quality In which it in reenmmendpd, n.imply?to nrwcp iIip shoulders ol children and others who havp ncgnired thp habit or stooping, oid retain ihpir form in an upright position. Thpv can hp worn with perfect nae, l? nig formed with an elastic back, and will np found of no iim?'diinpnt to thp free use of thp arm*. Thp tubtc.riher* also offer their celrbrawd Kl.utic Spring, Ruttia ?r Riding Belt. The above article manufactured tinder thf immediate ioapcetioa ?f Mr. Part-lit, who ha* been engaral m th? butwie** for the lat*. *iiteeu ynn, ami may be de|*nned on ft aiiperinr to any atticle ?tf?r offered lor thr tame popote Sold wholeaale aud retail at the old establishment of PAltSKLLft Si AiiATK, 217 Droadwav, corner of Park Place. ?. B-?kadie* will l>? supplied unci fitted by riling at th? rrtidenc# of MADAME PAHJItlLS. 4M Uremwich ?U*?t HnSeff >n^ I ah ht ,,*>< ?m*m PENTLKMKN'S LKK r OFd' WARDROBE?Gmtl*meu or families desiroui of cnrrrting thrir left oft What. lug Apparel into rath, oa? obtain for ti.r tan e thr highejt ca*h price To fimil ?t and gentlem.'ii quitting the city,or changing ie?idenco having anv tuprrtluou* effect* to disin *e of. will tiiid it much to the,r advantage to tend for the tuhtcrikpr, who will attend them at their itidence by appointment. T. LKVHS8TYN, 4M Brotdwsy, up ttaira A line though the Poit OTce, or othtrwiir. will receiv* prompt attention d22 I in* re READ WHAT SHERMAN'S L? iZENGES HAVE DONE. Mil HAY. bo->t maker. No 2 "l illary *tr<et, Rrocklvn, ufftml great } for eight en month* with emaciation, de hility, ticknem of the ttoma h, lot* of <pp> i e, thootiag pgint i" ill" bowel*, hit stomirh neglected aim ot e ?i\ kni'l > f lood. e*c?pt tugar. He hid b?en attended by v ti in |>li ?i ian* and f r two month, by th? profe* or* of the Umirn ty, and all to no pur|io?e On reading Or. Sherman'* Book deieripnre of ' h- ?> mpf m? of ?orm? In* th ut, lit they met hi* c*f \ io hr pnrcha-rd ib i of Hhrtmin'i Worm Lozenge*. A f*w dn*e* tiro unlit *way. a* In" jud<f about two quart* of w. rm?, anil mt relv cored lum. A muliiJnJe 01 mn lar e?*e? m ght h.- meiiiioi.ed ?hrre ch 1- ( di anil adu't? had inflfrrtd *111 ut d- th fiotn wot int. and nothing g>ver?l?f but Mhrroun'i L'iz-iige* Couth*, Coli'?, Aalhusa, Whotp ug Cough and e?ea Conitimption, are all d ouar cn'ed by She.mm'* (,'ouih L?tti|'i than a iy other known rented i. They alltv the tickliigina few *rcond*, and rnahle thote arfl'rt d with the nio*t hi'rwii g coogh* lo ?le-p whole uigh'f. Th" K r. D Dunbar, R?v. Mr. De Kor??t. Rev. Dr. Kaitmond and hundred* tlmu?aud* can alte t to their li tppy *irtue.t aa oibe-* can to the tfficacy of Sherman'* Cougn Lozenge*. for headache, i palpitation, lownej* of *pirit?, wet litknei* a d laaaitude, | I'r in budlly or mental exertion , and for the wonderful |>ro|ieitin of A aerman'* Poor Man'* I'laater which cn*t? but i'2^ cent* and it a warranted cure for ihemntturn and lumbago, imiu or weikneo* in the lirmat. tide, hick, or any pan of 'he ! body A?k f r She nun'* Poor Mau'? I'ltater and net' ilut In* n urn- and In* lac *imile with di-ectiont for u*e are on th* In k Therenr- a g eat illi .y woit le*< nnfliti i * h iivk-d thou l and Mid d> unprincipled i!r>'ggisri hememb. r tn get Slieruiw. \ i?i'/.en(i,nf^* .uiii I laiter* ami Tm?-non* otli-r?, or >uu will b< deceived. Dr. Mi r.nau'H Wwhovae i* IN Numi' iImi A;th 1-* Hadaon } cor Sitings 1M Bowery eot firing; 71 'i >??! t way cor Market; -? William ?t; il?, l'?, irj aud r : ?li ? .way. lu Brooklyn, Mm Hay* no kultoo, and Moun .i ' Urugitoe 331 t*'ulror. *nnaon Cur Pro*pect mil J?eh*ou ?t I liJer.eyCity?K Kaiidall, Orocer InNewwark ? J I !f and David Bryt in. rhilolclphin?Zieb'i Jwi 'o, l?edge? H'n d > ig*. Ho*tnn?lleddiug Jk. Co,t Stain tt. Alhaul AtJmhie, 1 Wit....... U.ll .19 1 r.. LM.oi imp ion;, Uwfttt ftoM (hip Hntiitk i J f Irom N?w Orlwn., for .*! ty ? _ , ? . _ . ? iltlr r,, k. COliilND It CO. :? Sooth ?tr? t h ???m LD. Pilce Two Cent*. An Incident In Fnahtonnble Life aomr eighteen Years Ago. The few remarks in your journal of Thursday last, on the fashionable sonety of the day, recalls to my rnind a story told bv an old revolutionary officer upon a lady of his acquaintance, who flourished about eighteen to twenty year* ago, whoa? note ambition was to be called a fashionable, and treated us one of the U %randt mondr. The old olficer who related the story was a fine specimen of the old school, though a moat amiable man, and beloved by all who knew him; yet he took particular pleasure in telling this story, for he had a perfect disgust for everything that had the appearance of pretension, and he always appeared much delighted when it received a check; he used to say it waa a bad example for the young folks to see so much pretension in older people. Ilis story was something to the following effect:? A ft At" 111? rnvnl.illn.. ,.f It I...- 1 .uivi ?ii? ?' (uimnvfii ui #*/, inmjicij iiiaiigcu mi* tirely its aspect; those were admitted into good society who had never been admitted before, and by degrees (his privilege gained ground, and at the breaking out of the war of 1812, it was by no means difficult for the sucreRsful tradesman to obtain an tntrit into the first circles, a privilege which could not possibly have been granted beforit the revolution.Before that great event there exited, as there exists in all colonies, more exclusiveliens than ever there existed in the mother coumry, arising, no doubt, from their position in society not being so well de'ined. The war of 1812, which threw the thoughts of men into other channels, had a filial influence upon society, and it was not until about year after the treaty of peace, that society appeared to recover itself, but it developed the fact, that the " nobodys" as they were then called, had made great encroachments on the privileges ot the then reigning aristocracy; for iliough most of this latter class was composed of the descendants of, and partakers in the revojution, yet there was much of the old Tory spirit of exclusivenesn existing amongst them, and they always resisted, as much as they were able, the admittance of a " nobody" into their circle. About this time there arrived, from one of the southern cities, a lady whom the old officer recollected, as once keeping a small store with her mo u.._ .1. ...i i.:_ r-.i i?i l: win, lit uir Millie iuwii, ?vnric him luiurr iiuu un plantation, and wlio passed by the nickname ol Dame Pretension. She now arrived with her husband to play a part in the fashionable circles of New York. The old colonel wan bewildered when he saw such a display of wealth by one whom he knew only a few years before to have been penniless. But the enigma was soon explained. She had married a young; tutor from one of the neighboring cities, who was not in much better circuin-. stances than herself, but who had had the good luck to attract the notice of a very influential inan, aud who was at that time in the verv height of hm popularity. The young tutor gaining upon the. confidence of his employer, was installed into several lucrative posts, ana at length became a very rich man. The wife, or as she was called in her native town. Dame Pretension, came to New York meditating great things. Snc had visited Europe, obtained a smattering of French, and rubbed on a little of the vulgarity which she had contracted in her youth. The position of her husband had given her an entrfe into some of the best society in Paris and London,and when she returned to her native country,she net nil ns n tine l:wlv Ftvitiir li.-l'sclt nil the (lira nnd graces, without possessing a particle of the dignity of European ladies. The society of New York received her with caution and distrust; she had the tact K> perceive that she was not going to carry all before her, as she had predicted to herself, when leaving Europe. To her utter dismay, she found that there were those in society who had had superior advantages to her in their intercourse with European society, and who had (lie more inestimable advantage* of a good education, good manners, and gentle blood. But she had wealth, and though she had nothing else to recommend her, she thought she could push her way into the circles she aspired to by that means alone. She made a great display ; she took a fine house in Hroad street, (1 believe! then the cenire of fashion, and began to give small parties as a sort of feeler. Succeeding tolerably well in this, she established the aristocratic fashion of receiving visits once a week, which was very much ridiculed a* the time even by her own friends, and many a bon mot was perpetrated at the expense of Dame Pretension; but she cared not. Her next step was to have each visiter's name announced, which was, and is the custom of Europ*. This was considered' by the then reigning aristocracy as a high handed piece of impudence, but she triumphed. Success had made her, as it makes all who rise so suddenly, proud and haughty which made her still more distasteful to those she was associating with. She had seen much of society since her arrival in this city, yet it had not been able to wipe oft a certain vulgar tone of manners which stuck to her in spite of all her assumed dignity. She had been received by most of the aristocracy of wealth and by a few of the older aristocracy, between whom, though they received one another, there existed a deadly hatred. Having accomplished so much, Dame Pretension i i .u... ?..I.I ?i._ r?.u: i iiuw icouivcu mat. nuc wuuiu icau iiic laniuuii aiiu not follow it, as she had heretofore done, and in order to accomplish this she determined upon a most dangerous experiment, a " cup day man" as she called it, meaning a roup ric tnain, and here finished her brief and melancholy career. Her roup ile main was to divide her acquaintances into two parties, and she divided them?not according to their education, nor their birth, but by the display they made in the world?those who made th? greatest display she called the "fashionables," and very many of this party,be it observed,had come to their wealth by highway robbery on the high *eas in me inn; wur, jMHiiriy uuiieu |>n vitirn aim by gumbling in the slocks: the second party with whom she would very willingly have dropped acquaintance, but the time had not yet arrived for such a step, she called the"nobodys. She now issued four huudred cards of invitation to her "fashionables," neglecting to invite those she styled " nobodys." The supper was the most magnificent that had ever been seen in New Voik; the tables alwsolutely groaned under the extravagant profusion. As there had been but three or four refusals, sh? expected a very large attendance, and every thing that vulgar wealth could do was done on this occasion. Hut no woman was ever doomed to greater disappointment. This was to have been the night when all Iter fond hopes were to have been realized and her most ambitious designs consummated. Hut eight o'clock struck and not a soul had arrived?nine, ten, and there were but about forty persons assembled, two thirds of whom were gentlemen who bail no doubt heard of the excellent supper prepared, and not stHiidmg upon a punctilious difference of rank, had come to partake of a good repast. Her mortification was complete; the news ran round the town in a few hours?it was the town talk for many days and those who had visited her did nothing but ridicule her; saying she was an old fool for her pains. Hut her mortification did not end here. When the ,u? r..i..... ..? i i...ii .?.i u i nuiac ? nn u uic i.iiMiir i?i ii*-i i'<111 rr? diru, iiw i somewhat subsided, she ventured on anothrr tri. , by inning about tin- same number of curds to tin e whom she had so foolishly neglected to invite to her first party. Hut there were but about a dozen (tersons found mean enough to accept her invitation, and 'his whs tlu- final scene of this jtarvtnn on the fashionable boards. A few months after she left New York for France, where she remained for abont two years. On her return to this city she endeavored by every means in her power to get readmitted into society, but to the honor of the society of eighteen years ago, be it said, .-hi' did not succeed. The old Colonel used to say that had society overlooked the conduct of this would-be-fashionable, a hundred such yarvcnm would have sprung up to enact similar scenes, and that in all his experience of actual life he had never met with a story from which a finer moral could have been drawn ; indeed the moral is on the very surface?he who runs may read," and it is a good lesson for those of the present day who aspire by mere wealth, (which in unly respectable when allied to good breeding,) to become leaders of fashion. itrvkm-k Skbvu'k.?Promotions, 1>c. 13 ?Id Lieutenant < ?l? b Piouty to be 1st Lieutenant ; Jil Lieutenant fiwrgr Hayes Jr. to be }d I.ieuiennnt; J>l Lieute It .lone*, to be I Lieutenant M Lieutenant Kn!irrt H I'udgina, to be 3d Lieutenant. "JOth W Lietitemint John T Stnneall, to bo-id Lieutenant. iPMiirvMi#, Dec. 18.--Benjamin J. K el) am. 3d Lieu* eimnt ; Snmuol Smith. 3d Lieutenant. Oanm*. Dec K?1st Lieutenant .fame* H. Koach, to lip Forward, at Delaware; ad Lieutenant BanjaminJ. Cellam,to the Taney, at Norfolk ; 3d Lieutenant Samuel Imith, to the Crawford, at Savannah. Army Confirmations.?The rr-appointments of lenj.imin Walker, f'.ujfene Van Ne?a, Charles H. Smith, ml Peter Mulenberg, a* Pa>mi?ter* in the Army, hare ieen confirmed by thr Senate. ?

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