Newspaper of The New York Herald, December 25, 1843, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated December 25, 1843 Page 1
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t h : Vol., IX. No. 31'4 ?Whole No. 3504. To the Public. THE NEW YORK HERALD?daily n?w?paper-pubIUhn.1 nvprv Hbv of the vtftr excent New Year"* Jay Fourth of July. Price 2 cent* per copy?or $7 per annum?postages paid?cash in advance. THE WEEKLY HERALD-published every Saturday morning?price 6J cent* per copy, or $3 12 per annum? postages paid, cash in advance. ADVERTISERS are informed that the circulation of the Herald is over THIRTY THOUSAND, and increasing fast. It hai the largett circulation of any paper in thit city, or the world, and it, therefore, the beat channel for businett men in the city or country. Prices moderate?cash in advance. PRINTING of all kinds executed at the most moderate price, and in the most elegant style. JAMES GORDON BENNETT. Proprietor of the Herald Establishment, Northwest corner of Fulton and Nassau streets. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. FREIGHTS FOR WHEELING, Va. AND PITTSBURG, Pa-The BBHP undersigned, for the la*t live years (and ?i print) Ag>m f.?r Bingham's Line fruui ihit city to 1'ituburK, takes this method ot inlorining his nonierous friends and patrons, that having mide extensive ar rnuneinents for forwarding merchandise vm railroads and wigous, during the winter season, to the West, he n now preBirec) t'> rereipt for goods from this city to Wheeling, Va. via alt mi e anil Camberland.or to Pittsburg via Philadelphia and the' harobersbiirg Railr ?d. All goods entrusted lo his care, will be forwarded wit1 oat any delay, and at the lowest current Mtsi. to either nf the above points on the Ohio River._ Also, msrchandiie aud packages forwarded by Uiwb'i fciprees, throu-ih m three days from Baltimore te Wheeling, making in all >ix days from this city to Wheeling. The busiuems Mill be conducted by? Win Tyson, No. 10 West street, New York Bmgha it Brother! 276 Market street, Philadelphia. J.tme* Wilson, North Howard street, Baltimore. Hollidw k Eger on, umberland, Md. James H. Forsyth tk Co , Wlieeliug, Va. Win. Bmeham, Pittsbug.,Pa Uoodi intended for the Wheeling root* ihould be marked New YoJk and Wheeling I ine, care of James WiUon, Balti moro, aud those tor Pittsburgh. Bingham's Line as heretofore. WM TYSON, No. 10 West street. V Y t New York, Not. 30, 1843. nil T?*r NEW TERSEY RAILROAD AND THANsTPORTATION COMPANY KIW ARRANGEMCKT, COMMI..1CINU OCT. 1CTH IIP. FARE REDUCED TO TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. From the foot of Conrtlandt street, New York. ^ ^Ever^day?Sundays excepted.^ At a a!m7 At" J* P.~M. At7* A.VL At 7* P. M 9 do. S do. 8 do. 4 do. U do. 4 do. 9 do. 6 do. 5 do. 10K do. 'jK do. 7 do ON SUNDAYS. Leaves New York. Leave* Newark. Kt 9 A. M. and 4X P. M. At 1% P. M. and 9X P. M. The cars of the Morris and Essex Railroad for Orange, Millville. Su-nmit, Chatham, Madi>on, and Morristown, run through from Jersey City without change, and connect with 9 A. M. and 3 P. M traius from New York. NEW YORK ANU ELIZABETH TOWN. Leaves New York. Lea res Elizabeth Towti At t A. M. At 2 P. M, At 7 A. M. 3* P. M. 9 do. . J do. 7)f do. 5 do. 11 do. 5 do. 8)? do. 9){ do. 7 do. 10 do. 1 P.M. The traini for Westfield, Plainfield, Ronndbrook, Somer iHe, Sic., connect with the 9 A. M., and 4)f P. M. ; train* from New York daily. Sundays excepted. Fare between New York and Elizabeth Town 15 c?nti. Fare between do. and Somerville, 75 cents. NEW YORK AND RAH<VA\ Leave* New York. Leaves Rahway. At I A. M At 2 P.M. At 6* A.M. At 3 P. M 9 do. 3 do 7 dt do. 11 d?. 5 do. 9 do. 9 do. 7 do. 9)? do. 12K P M. <rnntr t v OTtr nntrwumiptr 11LH IUI\tV rt.^U i1E.1T UJVU^OTTll/n. Kiom foot of Courtlandt street, New York, daily Leave* New York. Leaves New Brunswick. At 9 A. M. At 3 P. M. At ? A. M. At 12 M. 5 do. 7X do. P. M. ON SUNDAYS? LfflVH New York Leaves New Brunswick. At 9 A. M. and P. M. At 12 A M? and 8X P. M. Kare, except in the Philadelphia traius, between New York and New Brunswick. JO cents. Between New York and Railway, 25 cent* Newark, Elizabethtowu, Rahway, and New Bruuiwick passenger? who procure their tickets at the ticket office, re ceive a ferry ticket gratis. Tickets are received by the con dtictor orly on the day when purchased The commutation fare between New York and Hahway ami imermedi ite places, has been reduced (including lerry) to $i0 per \ mr i between New Brunswick and New York $75 per year. nl9 Sin FATEKSON RAILROAD. Krom Paternou to Jersey City. On and after Monday, Oet. 2d, 1M3, the cars will leave Patsriow DcreT. Leave Ni.w Yore. S A. M. 9 A. M. lJV*M. ON SUNDAYS. Leave Patkriow DcroT. Leave New Yoke. I A. M. 9>i A. M. J P. M. i f. M. Transportation cars leave daily (Sundays eicetited.) Passenger* are advised to be at the Kerry, foot of ('ourtiandt street, a lew minutes before the staled hours of departure. jy!9 6m* ?i?cEo%? y 3tiJfct3E_DAILY FOK ALBAjN Y, THOY, CHICAGO and ihfCANAUAs The subscribers having completed the r arrangements with the People'* Lin* of Steamboats, on the North River, and the Kail Koad Companies west of Albany for running their Express for the season of 1843, an Express will leave their office, Ns. 3 Wall suwt, New Yorkj every evening, at quarter to 7 o'clock, for the above named and intermediate places. IMPORTANT. For the greater safety and security of all valnable and money Kckagea entrusted in their car*, they have Salamander Iron .fes ou board of the steamboats, in a strte room occupied exclusively by themselves, and the mesiPncer m charge sleeps iu the same room with the iron safes.uito which all such pndkages are placed. POMEROY Ik COMPANY, ml ec No. 2 Wall street ^PULLENdeCOPPjBtek|afak 3 WaH-.?ieel,yF-Wy NEW tUUK, ALBANY, TROY AXl) .MON'l HEAL , EXPRESS. Messrs. Haroden it Co. having disposed of their route from New York to Albany and Troy, the subscribers, the old conductors of Hantaan ic Co's Northern Express, from New York will continue to run, as heretofore, leaving New York. Albany and Troy Daily, and connect at Troy with Jacobs' Montreal Express, and will forward Specie, Dank Notes, Packages. Bundles, Case* o. (roods, he. to any place between New York and Montreal, and throughout the Canada's Also East from Troy and Albany to Boston, and Wast from Albany to Buffalo. All business entrusted to their charge will be promptly at' tended to. Particular attention will be paid to the collection ol __ notes, drafts, acceptances. Ike. aud prompt returns made for tli< I tame PIJLLEN Ik COPP. * Offices?Pullen St Corp, 3 Wall street. New York. Thn? (iongli, 1J Exchange, Albany. A. li. Kilkins. 228 River street, Troy. S. Jacob's Exchange Court, St Paul's at. Montreal. REFERENCES. New York. Ai.bawv. Trot. Prime. Ward (t King, E. J. Humphrey, Jno. Payne, Jacob Little k Co.. Thos. Oough. P.Wells; John T Smith Ik Co. H K. Stow, p?, s, 11,, it>? < . I s n~uoi.se Carpenter * Varmilye, FVjLanl*-. Houghton Si Co. Drvw, Robinton It Co. a 19r Nfc.W YORK AND HARL?5l RAILROAD COMPANY. WINTER il N* I II ARRANOEwmwm mkntOn and after December 1st, 1*43, the Can will ran in the following orde-:? Leave City Hall Leave the Bridge for the Bridge. for CifW Hall. 7 00 A. M. 8 30 9 00 " 10 20 H 11 30 " 1 00 2 00 P. M. 3 30 4 30 " 6 00 The City Mall and 27th street line will ran a? follow* From 7 A. M. every 10 minutes through the day till 7 30 P. Nl. The Extra Night Line will run a* f >ll.?wi Leave < ity Hall Tor 27th atieet at (, 8 30 , 9 , 9 30, 10, 10 30, h. II Leave 27th ?lr*?t for City Hall at 7 30,1,8 38,9, 9 30, 10, k 10 30 By order of the B.iard, | n?4 Imr W. rt. CARMAN. Sec y. WINTER ARRANGEMENT?FOR ALBANY, Via BRIDUEPOKT aud mm Hou?*toi?ic It Wurr.nrv -NA 1 I I a i iiiiim" " l aily, Nundaya^HB^B I ju. JtmTmr, Kscepud. jH^SEL I Pame ger? for Albany by thi? Houte will take the new am L elegint n'eamboaf EUR?'HA, Capt J. L. Kit?h, which leave. I New York from foot Liberty atrtet, Monday morning at l.alf I M put 6 o'elock, for Bridgeport, thence by th? Honiatonic am r Western Kailroa U, without change ?t car* or baggagr cratm to Albany, arriving iame rv-ning at 8 o'clock. Fare throuirl For passage or Freight, apply on board, or at the office, fool of Liberty street. O. M. PfcRRY, Agent. daiec -,^ 1 WlNTf'.R MAIL LINK. FOR ALBA I L-r^MfNt, and Intei mediate placet. Kara thrang* | 3Ka?iKJK>to AI ban yft 'I he steamboat ROUKKT L STKVh.NS, t.aitain H L. M*b*y, wi I leave I he foot o Coartl.iudt it. this Wednesday, Friday and Sunday afternoons at S oYJoc'a. 1 he Htean er UTICA, Captain Joseph Scott, will leav* ai | above, thia, 1 handay, Saturday and Monday afternoous, at: o'cloi k. For tausage or freight, apply to P. C. Schulti at the office, ? on board. diOre M ^IJi Mgk vVlVTKH M AIL "1.INIC FUK ALB/ Cm.-? iiyp-aj' N V and i irernnoliate plncea, from the foot o i jKasSHa3E.('ouiiUiidt atreet 1'Ve ?trainer UT < A ( apt. J. Scott, will leave aa above at J 1\ M. on Wednesday Fri lay aud Sunday. The COLUMBIA, Capt. A Houghton, will leave as abov at 5 P M. on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Forp<??ine or fn'ijht, apply on board, or t? P. C. S-hnlti at tin office on the whaif dl3r ' M "TAljCN ISLAND F&KRY, KOO'j f^ZJS*kA^^V WHITEHALL ST.?The swambon 3CLjdU2L8TATKN ISLANDKK willlmve New Vorl k and A la ten l?l?id, on and after October 2d, aa followa, unti k. lunher notice Leave Staten Llanil at #V. 10, a. M., 2, 4, r. M. Leave New York at 9. I2H, 10 n?in. I**' 3. 4X I N. B ? On Sundays the boat will leave at II iuatead of I2X. All Iraivnt shipi*'d i? required to he particularly marked an if at flie risk of ?ue owners thereof aXH.fr 1 fcjg- KOH MAKSK1 LLKS?Packet for 1st January? 1 h* shin TRI-.SCOTT. Capt. Mvrick Apply to JHMfc LAURK.NO it PHRLHB, 101 l<mnt at, or to BOYD k H1NCKKN, Agents. d?i'c 9 Tontine Buildings, E NE NEW NEW YORK AND HAPLEM RAIL ROAD COMPANYI If ill** WMther is M..r lli? can will run n? follow*:?Oil SaturI J... iUSnZ. H?ll fur II ?i|. in Kind ham and William's Bride, at 7, 9. 10,11)?; 2, 3, and 4)4 P. M. l>n Sund iy and Vouday, the 24th anil 25th mat, the car* will leave City Hall for Hirlem, Kotdham and William's Bridge, at 7,9, 10, 11^ A. M ; 1,2. 3 and 4W P. M. I Hemming?Leave William'* Bridge al 8>?, 10 20, II1, 2hi. 3 2(1 4H -I'd 6PM d23 2t rc r r t, DK-AKTS ON > NULiAND, 1RKLAND, Sir.? Peison* ab>ut remitting money to ill ir friend* in the Old Country can he supplied with draft* in aum* of ?1, ?2, ?3, ?5, ?10, ?V0, ?50, ?100, or any amount payable oil demand, without discouut. or any oiher charge, at the Natioual Bank of Ire'and, Provincial Bajk do, Meaar* June* Bait, Sou Hi Co., Banker*. Londou; J. Barued St Co , Lichange and Discount Bank, Liverpool; F.utern Bank of Scotland; Or*enocK Banking ''ompany; Sir Win. Korbej, Hunter St Co., Scotland; and th* branches in every post town throughout Kngland. iw land, Scotland and Walm, which dralt* will lie forwarded by the steamer Hlberuia, leaving Boi'on on the lit Januar'". Ap* ply to W. & J. T. TAPSCOTT, At their general passage oftire, 13 Prck *lip, 3 corner of South *trtet. N. B. All letter* from the country must come post paid. d?4 rc KOIl LIVERPOOL?The JS'ew Line Regular JnnV Packet 21st January. The new and very ipleudid HMkLN'e-v V?rk built packet ship QUEEN OK THK W EST, Philip Woodhou*e, master; 1250 tun* buitheu, will sail a* above, her regular day. Kor freight or patnage, having roomy and unsurpassed accommodations, apply to the Captaiu on board.at west side Burling lip, or to WOODHULL it MINTl'RNS, 87 South st. Price of passage >100. The auiierior packet *hip Rochester, John Britt-in, master: MM ton* burtnen, will *ucceed the Queen ol the West, and **.1 ns* kar r.irti Inr lUv flat It^hnurV d22fC ' ift KOR LIVERPOOL?Cabin p"w.age Only-The first class ship KONAHA&SETT, Capt Howes, ^ M^wll be despa ched for the above |iort iu a few (lava. I *?>? I'M ha'dsoine accommodations lor culm pa.neu?er?. who will h? taken at irduceu rates, if early xpplca'ioii ia made to JOHN HEKDM \N, 6' South street. . N B.?The British ba'qae 'oieph Canard, Cai t Harrison, burthen 74V tons per register, will t>? despatched for Liverpool >n mahout the 4i? of January, and can rumfortably accommodate a few cabiu passengers, at a low rate. Apply ou board foot of Pine st, or aa above. dl9rc ?&Jt BLACK BALL, OK I)LD LINK OK LI VEK(JWWPOOL PACKETS?FOR LIVERPOOL?Regular Packet of the 1st 'anu?rv.?The well knowu fast sa liua packet ship COLUMBU ?. Capt. O. A. Coie, will post rivaly sail on Monday, 1st January, her regular dav. It is well knowu tluitthi' accommodations of this noble pack: et for cabin, 2d cabin and steerage passengers, are fitted up in a manner that cannot fail to insure those embarking everv comfort, ImiUic very high betweeu-deckv which are well lighted and vrntilated. Those returning to the old country will at ouce see it their int?rest to select this favor te v?sei for their conveyance in p'eferenca to any other. The price of passage is ry low, for which and to secure the beat berths, early applicatiou should be made on board, foot of Beekman at, or to the subscribers. ROCHE, BROTHERS Ik CO.. 35 Fulton street. neit d?or to the Fulton Bank P. 8.?The New York sails from Liverpool on the lit Kebruary. Persons sending for their relatives can have them brought out in hejr, or iu anv of the |>ackets comprising this unequalled line, sailing from that port punctually ou the 1st and 18th of each mouth. For passage apply as above. N. B.?The new and >up<rl> packet ship Yorkih're burthen llMtous Capt. JJ. O. Daile?, will succeed the Columbus, and tail for Liver)>o?! ou the ICth Jaunary, 1844, liar regular day. d21rc ? ?r, L'nu i rirLMtnnni \?>. u n: i T-L.. jdfcS^V<li<!, well known, last sailing aud faTOiite packet ship JHH)bEa*>LIO. *'ai>T rutman, will meet with quiuk despatch for t>ie a?ove port. F>>r cabin p<ssrngjri ?he hat spacious state rooms, and every otner acco mmodation necessary f >r their comfort. A limited number of second cabin passengers can be accommodated in a first rate manner in hous- on deck. Thn?e wishing to secure be ths should make early application ou bo.j-<t, loot of Wall street east side, cr to W. ? J. T. TAffCOTT, d23rc 43 Peck Slip, corner South street. FOR LIVERPOOL?NKW LINE?Regular Pack?t of 26th December.?The splendid pack.t CNMHbship S1DDONS, Ciuit. K. B Cobb, of 100U tons, will sail as above.ner regular day. For freight or passage, having accommodations unequalled for splendor or comfort, apply on board at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall street, or to E. K. COLLINS fit CO. Price of passage, >100. 56 South street. The packet snip Sheridan. Capt. Depeyster, of 1000 tons, will succeed the siddons and sail the J" th January her regular day. Passengers may rely upon the ships of thi* line tailing punc tually as advertised. d23ec PACKET FOR HAVRK?Second Lin* The Mr**W?lun UTICA, F. liewiit, master, will sail ou the 1st jfifiaLof January. BOYD St HINCKF.N, 9 Tontine Building, d8ec comer Wall and Water streets &4S: 1, (1,1 HAVRE?The French brig ALERT E, Captain Heure. Fur freight apply to A. C ROSSIKE &. CO. 47 Broad st. or to iilbr BOYD St HINCKF.N, 6 Toutine Building ONLY REOULAK LINE~FOR NEW OR Hf^LKAN'M?i'he following tirst class packufs will sail Inlbl unctuallv as advertised (weather permitting) or pasH|C l'Kf~ ..... . The A L.I U \MA, l ap'ain uunkcr, on the iiin uec. TU? accommodations of tone ships for enbui, second cabiu toil steerace passeugers. are such at cannot lail to ensure every comfort to passengers during the voyage The ships ol this line lure uow commenced their regular trip*, and will s-?il punctual every fire day* throughout the aeaaon. Passengers may therefore rely on not l>e>ng detaintd. The price of pass'g* being very low, those wishing to secure bertha in either of the above packets, can do ao by applying on board or to W. k J. V. TAFSCOTT, a' their General Passage Office, 43 Peck alip, dl9 re corner ol South atr*et. tfrje- KOK NKW OKLKAN8? Louisiana and New rfittfV York Cine?Regular Packet of Per, SI?The fait sail ttljaini pick t ahip (iASTO.N, Capt. O. Kldridge, will ami aa above, her regular day. Kor fr?iifht or |?ssage, hiring hands?mefurnished accommodations, apply on board at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall street, jr to K K. COLLINS SiCO. 56 South street. Positively no goods received alter the evening of the] 1st iu taut Shippers by this line may rely upon having their goods correctly measured. Agents iu Net Orleniu, Hullin k Woodruff, who will promptly forward all goods to their addreas. The packet ship Oc tree t'apt. D Jacason, will succeed the (iastou, and sail the luth Jan'y., her regular day. d2 tc K'1R SAL*'.. Krtuht or f>arier?The barque iB^ALTOf K, ul' Boston,burthen 2M tons, copuered and Hbc Pier fastened?built at Mtdford in 1842. carries about 4100 barrels Apply to Capt Bogardus, on board, at pitr 0 north river, or to BOYD 8c HINCKKN Brokers. d23 c 9 Tont'lie Building. m NKW HTYLK OK CHILDREN'S VKLVKT CAPS 1^*?The subscriber ha* a large and beautiful assortment of lientlamen's aud Boys Caps, of the late?t fashion, which he will sell as cheap as any other establishment iu this city? imong which may he found gentlemen's cloth* velvet, a new style of glazed, ?ud fine otter caps. Also on hand a large supply ol moleskin, silk and fur hats, of a beauul'ul finish, for sale low Fancy Ktm?Alio, constantly on hand, * Urge assortment of Muffs and Fur Trimmings for sale at very low priest. N. B.?The Caps of the subscriber took the premium at the 'ate Fair of tlw American Institute. WM. BKOWN, nJO lm'r Hfi Chatham ?t. opposite Rooaeirelt. J CORK SOLE WATER TROOK AND DRESS BOOTS.?The subscriber makes to order Boot* ol the above destitutions, of the finxt quality of French Calfskin. in the latent style, *ua at <ery reasonable prices. (Jeneu wno ha?'e b<'en in the habit of i xj hi ex'ravagaat prices for iuf-rior articles, are >i*iuestril toe ill and be convinced of their interest in pnrchuing at this store Dra? ings being taken of the 'eel, and a pair of Lasts kept foi each customer, there is ns difficulty ill getting a handsome ami easy tit. Constantly on hand, a large assortment of ?e*dy made Brraa Boots, latest stvles, at S3 ?nilS3 SO pernair; Double Rolea.from $4 to SO per pair. Over Shoes. Half Boots, Dancing (Pumps Sin pers, ?ic a' e inallv low prices. JOHN L. WATK1NS, 114 Fulton stiwt. > d8 lm'er between Nassxu and Dutch streets. LOOK AT THIS. / GENTLEMEN'S CORK SOLE BOOT9, the best ot quality, W Do Water Proof Boot* do 4 M Do light French Ca'fskin Boots do S3 to 4 OC Do India Rubber Oyer *.hoes, with leather soles 1 50 Do plain Rubbers, J? Do Daiiciug I'umps. I). > nnnrinir Oa'ter. 1 2' Do WorkeJ Slippers, 1M And nil oth?r kwda of Hood anil Shoes in fathirn' ladies' chut BooU. Buskins, Slipperm, Tim, quilted Shvea, prunella Shoai, white a..'1 blarksaun Slippers, button Sheet; India rubier (trap furred. plain, and a'l nthci kinds of Ovr Shiet (/logs, Moccasins and the gr. atear assortment of boy's Boon ?nd Shoes; misses' and children'!, of all kinda to be found hi the world all of our own mauiif'CtU'e. and ihe l>?at of Preach goods and warranted to lie the best, anil ai clietp ai the cheapi ^at. at 36 Broadway, corner ot Kranklin s'reet. dHi30*ec ORKMOKY 8t ('AHILL, 367 Broadway PARIS BOOTS AND LA9T9 MADE TO ORDER, Br E. BUSEK, Hi BitoanwaY, ( Rmfmhmt.) One door from Courtiaudt ltreeL E. SUBER, Bootmaaer and Maker of Lasta, an 4^^HV'Elee" of Clercx ol Paris, hefts leave to inform hn friends and all the amafnrs of a gentiemaaly "chan??nn*,' that lie can uow make, in New Yora, with the beat Kreuch m iteriali, all that is ao perfectly made in I'aria by his inaater, the celebrated Bootm-ker Clerce, wnoie nmnerona customer* on i thia side of the Atlantic, are respectfully umted to try iSnaer'i I Boots and Lasts, before they despair of being "cliaasaca" ? New York, after the nices latest Paris fashion. Also the geuuine Pans Jet Black Varnish sold. o2l lmSn > HOOT AND SHOE BTORE. 4^BH^yJOH.N READY irspectfully in'orms hit friend* andthe nuLlie that he has commenced business in the abore line, at No 99 Nassau street, wh*re he will ihankf<illy r ceivr ml futhlnlly execute, all oril -rt he may be farored with, on the most reasonable terms for cash j43r ANTI-HUMBUO STORE!?LIVE AND LET i LIVE'.? At the old exclusive Boot Store, No. 14? Chatham street (where the odious practice of railing upon per' p"? l**?ing the store is not to|?r?te4). can be ohtiined Water t rroof Boots ln.imi fartured in this C'ty of the beat in?t? lal, anil 5 warrant'd at |>rii-es ranging from three to fire d liars, hetnij r (quality coni'dered )>u tnu city. nH8 iw * r OdSITIVKLY WATKK PKOOK?W. J. Room*'* Soipi \ 1 to or Chmeie WaterjProof Ointment?Mansh >em St Palnw f phnciiwilwholeiale and retail ageatsf >r this only Hire meventiw , sl'wet leet. T >e celebrated k'.ureka Ulackint, which hu won ? , ureat reputation Tor it* brilliancy of (xiliah in quick tune, aa< which is well adapted for ntinic over the Aospito, I* for ?ale b> f tlw proprietor at nil atfeucy for the Soipuo, 81 Kulton comer oi Uold. , N. H ?Tlie public are inriied to call and test its merits, dll lm*ee. , MAVI RHK.KT 11UB15K.II (WMl HHOKR-2J Maidei I ' J Laue. Ktperiev.ce ha? proven that a leather sole ran be at | uched to ludi* Kublxr upiiera, so that it is impossible lose )>anilr them in the course of wearing. These l)?er Hlmss.whicl have already thrown into disuse leather overshoes and mora* mil, and t? which (he water proof hoot is fait tending, ari furnished by the Koihury India Rubber establishment, X d Vl.uden Lane, of a quality surprisingly perfect, ami iiltogeilni letter than are being made by suy other establishment in thi rade. The patent quilted slipper Over Shoe* and Boot* an - urtiithf'd only* at tlwa establishment. Kvery article appertain ins to the rubber business for gale or made to ord?r. HORACK II. UAV. Successor to ths.Rosburv I. K. C., I dl lm*f M Nlaiden Laos. W Y C r YORK, MONDAY MOR j|f^ NEW YORK AND HAVRE PACKETS. _ | 8?con<l Lint*?1The Ships of thia hut will kereaHer leave ??w York ou the lat, and Havre ou the 16th of each month, as follows, vix? From Nr.w York. > r?m Havre. New Ship ONEIDA, t lit March. C 16th April. Captain < lat July . < 16th Auguat. James Kuuck. ( l?t November, f 16th Decisiiber. Ship BALTIMORE, I Ut April I 16th May. Captain \ lat August. < I6tii September Edward Kuuck. ( lat December, f 16th January. Ship UTICA, 11st May. C 16th June. Captain < 1st September < 16th October. V rederick Hewitt, f lat January*. f 16th February. N?w ship St. NICHOLAS ? lat June. i 16th July. Captain \ 1st October. { 16th November. J- B. Pell, ( 1st February. ( 16th Mar?h. * The accommodations of these ships are not surpassed, com biniiiK all that may be required for comfort. The price of c* bin passage is $100. rassengers will be supplied with evary re quisite with the exception of wines and liquors. Goods intended for these vessels will lie forwarded by the subscribers, free from any other than the expense* actually incurred on them. For freight cg^e, Agents, ie2S ec No. 9. Tontine Ruildine. cor. Wall anil Water a PARAGE TO AND FROM LIVERPOOL, AND REMITTANCES TO GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND. MS: i&L iK: Jf?22a ^^llTKHlar Packets, tailing ou the Ut, lh, Uth, ltith,^l>^iia ?:>th of each mouth. The subscriber continues la engage passengers to and frnni Oren Britain and Ireland at ihe 'o*e?t rates, by the regular packet* sai ins ai above. And tho>a wsliiug to remit rnouey to their friend* can hare drafts payabla on demand ? ltboat asv wun. In England - Me??r?. Halt. Hon k Co bankers. London; Messrs J. Barued k Co. Exchaugeaud Diacount Bank, Liverpool, which are payahle mall the principal baukt aud branches throughout England and Walet. In sco'laud?The Eastern Dank of Scotland and branches; GrwuocV Banking Co. in Olaagow and Greenork. Ireland?National aud Provincial Bank of Ireland and branchea?and in all the principal towns throughout the kingdom. JOHN HEADMAN, 61 South strest, dT near Wall street PASSAGE FROM lJREAT~BR IT A1N AND 1KELAND M M M M THE BALL OT^JEF LIN^T!^^ LIVERPOOL PACKETS. [Sailing from Liveri>ool on the 7th and 19th of every month.] t'ersous wishing to send to the Old Country for their friends can make the necessary arrangements with the subscribers, and have them come out in tin s su|>erior Line of Packets, Sailing Irom Liverpool punctually on the 7th and 19th of every month. They will also have a first rate class of American trading ships, sailiiu; every six days, thereby affording weekly communication Irom that port. One of the firm (Mr. James D. Roche) ia -i ? ? .i -u.ii k. r.,,,.....i...i ?;,v. -..-I ..,.1,!??. patch. , ... Should the parties agreed for uot come out, the money will be returned to tho?e who paid it here, without any reduction. The Black Ball, or Old Line of Liverpool Packet!, comprise the following magnificent Ships-vii:? The OXFORD. The NEW YORK, CAMBKlbUK. COLUMBUS. EUROPE SOUTH AMERICA. ENOLAND NORTH AMERICA. With such superior and unequalled arrangements, the subscribers confidently look forward for a continuance of that support which his been extended lo them so many years, for which they are grateful. Those proceeding, or remitting money to their relatives, can at all titn?? obtain Drafts at sightTor any amount, drawn direct on the Royal Bank of Ireland. Dublin, also on Messrs. PRESCOTtf, OK.OTE, AMES Si CO. Bankers, London,. which will be naid on demand at any of the Banks, or their Branches, in all the principal towns throughout England, irelaud, Scotland and Wales. Apply, or address, (if by letter, post raid.) ROCHE, BROTHERS it CO. 15 Fulton street New York, next door to the Fulton Bank. N. B.?The Old Line of Liverpool Packets sail from this port for Liverpool on the 1st and 19\h of each month. Parties returning to the old country will find it to their comfort and advantage to select this favorite Line for their conveyance, in preference to anv other. u27 r THE NEW"LLNE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS. m M. IMk M. To sail from New V ork 21st, and from Liverpool 6th of each month. from Ktw York. j/pnoi New Ship LIVERPOOL, 1150 ton. J "encri, *\ * I L l,lri?W > April dl June 6 J. Mdrnltff, >Aa*; 21 ?ct- 6 N. .hip QUEEN OF THE WEST, (4}?/ ?!?' f 1260 toai P. Woodhoa.e. (p'pt. 21 Nov. 6 New .hip ROCHESTER, BJO coos. ? S John Brittou fe, 11 ? Ship HOTTINUUKR, 1060 toni, (^t'eh ?! j&J 5 Ira Bunely, ) Nov'r 2! SS'y? The?e .ub.tantial, fa* .ailing, fir.t cla.. .hip., all bmli in the city of New York, are commanJed >by meu ot eaperieuce and ability, and will be di.patcbed punctually on the 2l.t ol earh month. Their cabin, are elegant and eomtnodion., and are fanii.heti with whatever can conduce to the eaae and comfort of pauengera. Price of pauage, 8100. Neither tlie captain, or owner, of these .hip. will be mpoolible for any parcel, or package. ?eut by thein, utile*, reguHr bill, of lading are .igueil therefor. For freight or na..age apply to WOO&HULL k. MINTURNB, 87 South .treet. New York, or to FIELDEN, BROTHERS fc CO., ojr ki'hi" m.i MARSEILLES LIME OF PACKETS. jfe M m The undermentioned ships will be regularly dispatched from hence mi the 1st, and from Marseilles ou the 5th of each month during the year as folUws From New York. Marseilles. MINERVA.Capt. Brown, Dec. 1 Feb. S TRKSCOT'r, t'ai>?. Myrick, Jan. 1 March 5 H'KY THOMPSON,Capt.Sylvester, Feb. 1. April 5 HELLESPONT, Capt. Adams, March 1. May 5 CORIOLANUS, Capt. Haile, April. JuneS They are all coppered aud copper fastened, aiid have excellent accommodations for passengers. The price of cabiu passage will be $100, exclusive of wines and Imjuutj. lJoous addressed to the agents, BOYD b HINCKEN. will be forwarued free of other charges than those actually paid. For freignt or passage apply to LAWRENCE Sc PHELPS. 103 Front street or to BOYD <k HINCKEN, Agents, n26r No 9 Tontine Buildings. NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS. To sail from New York on the 23th aud Liverpool on the 11th of each month 0L M. Ship 81DDONS, Captain E. B. Cobb, 26th December. Ship SHERIDAN, Captain F. Depeystej, 2*tn January. Ship GARRICK, Capt. Wm. Slsiady, 26t'i FebiU'ry. Ship ROSCIUS, Captain John Collins, 26lh March. From Liverpool. Ship S1DDONS, Captain A. B. Cobb, 11th February, Ship SHERIDAN, Captiin F. A. Deneyster, J 1th March. Ship OARRICK, Captain Wm. Skiddy, 11th April. Ship ROSC1U8, Captain John Collins, llth May. These ships are all of the first class, upwards of 1000 tons, built in tne city of New York, with such iinprovemeuts as combine great s|>eed with uuusual comfort for passengers. Every care has been taken in the arrangement of their accommodations. The price of passage hence is $it0, tor which mnle stores will be provided 1 nes* ships tre commanded by I eiperieureil masters, who will make every ?*ertion to give general satisfaction. , Neith-r the captains or owners of the ship* will be retponsi, ole for any letters, parcels or packages sent by them, unless regular bills of lading are signed therrfar. p or freight or passage apply to E. K. COLLINS & CO., 5# South ?t.. New York, or to BROWN shlPLEY ik to., Liverpool. '> cent* |>er siugli hwl ; V. i eu!s |<-r innc?. and newspapers I cent each. dg KOR NEW ORLEANS. LOUI8IANNA AN1) NEW YORK LINE OF PACKETS 43k &j> <#t> Koi the better accommodation of shippers, it it iifended to despatch * ship from this port on th? 1st, Jth.lOth, 13th, 20th, iml 23th ol each month, commencing the 10th October and continuing until May, when regular days will lie api<ointed for the remainder of the year, whereby limit delays and disappointments will be prevented during the summer months Tn? following ships will commence this arrangement: Ship YAZOO. Captain Cornell. Ship OCONEE, Captain Jackson Ship MISSISSIPPI, Captain Milliard. Ship LOUISVILLE. Cipwin Hunt. Ship SHAKSPEARE, Captain Miner. Siup OASTON, Captain Latham. Ship HUNTSVmLE, Captain Mumford. Ship OcMULOEE, Captain Leavitt. Ship NASHVILLE, Captain Dickinson, Ship MEMPHIS, Captaiu Knight. Ship LOUISA, Captain Mullord. IJThese ships were all built in the city of New York, eipressly for packets, an- of light draft of water, hare recently been newly coppered and put in splendid order, with accommodations for passeiii;eri unequalled for comfort. They are commanded by eipenenced maslers, who will make every eiertlon to give general satisfaction. They will at all times be towed up and down the Mississippi by strimboau. Neither the owner* or captains of theae ships will be responsible for jewelry, bullion, precious stones, silver or plated ware, or for any letters, parcel or package, sent by or put on fc>ard of them, unless regular bills ol lading are takes for tile same and the mine thereon expressed. For freight or iwssage, apply to E. (ObLLlNS k CO Ml Sooth sf . or IIULLIN k WOODRUFF. Agent in New Orleans, who will promptly forward all goods to their address The ships of this line are warranted to sail punctually as ad vertised, and great care will be taken to hare the goods correct IV me*?nre?l. in I AJCEV PASSAGE FROM CORK?Vm Liverpool?In JHpVWthi' first spring ship*.?We beg to inform onr friend? jlffiSykEalhAt during the comiiiH spring, 1844. we ahull have a regular succes<!ou ol first clrss American ?rii|?, sailing from ill* above |>ort every week, which will I* fitted out in such a 1 manner for second cabin and steerage |>suiengri?, a* cannot tail to ensure thein every comfort. On* of our firm, Mr. James I). Roche, reside* there, who will see personally to tha forwarding if nil our passenger*, and will spare neither pains or expanse 10 . meet tha-ir wishes, and hav* thein forwarded without auy delay. Those sending for their friends will at once see the advantage to i be denied bv paying in our hue. Apply to. or address if by letter post pa"', HOC HE BROTHERS ?i CO. i'j kulton street, next door to the t> niton Bank, or to JAMES I). ROCHE, M lioree Piazzas, Liverpool. P. S.?Passage certificate* and draft* can tie *eut frotn this by atie regular packet ships on (lie 1st, 7th, 13th, 19th and 2Sth ol t>rrv inotth, also by the Boston simmer* on the Istaud 16th. i M?tt * PHILADELPHIA EXPRESS. Messrs

[ 4j_ii HARNUEN k CO. in connexion with their . Bos'onand Providenoe Lines of Express and En' Agencies, run two Daily Lines of Express i ti l'ni,,i.ir|| niA. connecting with Baltim ir-and Washington r and al' the important lines to the South ami West. . Particular attention will he raid to the tnnsportatian and de, lirerv of *n*ll ami valuable parcels with the utmost regularity and despatch. . . , .... ... . . _ Cases, large parcels,4tc. despatched daily At V* baTorel P. M. Small ixucels received until % past 4 o'clock P. M. and dalivet-A early in Philadelphia next moruiug. nJOac HARNDEN St CO, )RK ] NING, DECEMBER 25, 1 BROADWAY TEA STORE, MOUTHE ART *omer of Priocr and Broadway, adjoining Niblo'? Flower If opoiiiory. Tlif iul>?cnl>-r? inform ihur fri?id? and th? |wt>li<-, t'mt WT l>*T' o|?ied th* aboTe Store, with a new and rttmiiur* uaortmrut ol Grocrnei- the ?tock ronti.tiux |>riiiC )nlly of Trim of tin* ft-fit yualit.ra, telrcU'd with tl.e carr from tin* UatCaiKOta. TEAS. Young Hviou from 8? to 6* OH nytou " 3a to 8? 1 in i-t-rial " 5a to * (iuniowdtr " S? to 8? Pouchong " to 6s Souchong " Is to ?s Orange Pecco " t 6s As respect* ihe above Tra?, we defy com|>etition<in freshuess, quality or price aud state that tney a selections made by o?e of ttie most competaat judges in the city. COFF k-K.. Old Java, burnt and ground. Is Id per pouud. Also, a general astortnseii' of Coffee. Vruils for ilir holidays, all kinds of sugars very l<>w? and in fact every thi"g appertaining 10 a grocery, all of which is warranted to be of lirst quality. 321 Iw'M O. HARKI8QN 8t CO Fruits. ouockkif.8, teas, wines, kc-gass NK.Il k VOUNG. 132 Chatham street, offer at wholesale and retail, to dealers ami families? Fresh h or.ijsn l-'ruits, a geueral xssortment. Sugars and Coffee ol'a'l kinds ,vd qualities. Teas, Green and Black, of every d-scriptioii. Su(>erio. old Wines and liquo's, of various grades. Suiierioi Raspberry aud Cherry Br.udy French and American Cordials, oudr ft and iu glass. London, scotch and American Porter, Brown Swut and Pile Ale. La Norma, Regalia, Noriaga and other brands Segar*. Kast and VV'tst lu<li< anil American Preserves and .Mlns. Honey, in small boxes, from Ohio. Jujube Paste, in 12V? jinl ii !b buios. Kir-J Ek?-J. ijpices, Cacoa and Chocolate. fperm Oil aud Candles, Soap, Stc. Saratoga Pavilion Water, in quirt and pint bottles. Ooods delivered to any part of tlui city free ol exi>ense. (121 lm?fC SUPERIOR TEAS, COFFEE and SUGAR?Alio.Wine* in every variety, Otard, CViaini'agus and Cognac Braudy; Irish and Sco'ch Vvhiskev ; old Jamaica Rum, Holland Gin, fresh Fruits, fc.c fir cash only, at J. S. SCOTT *. CO'rf Wholesale and Hetail Store, 76 Nassau street. Wines aud Liquors put up in 'lottles or demijohi s Goods sent to au? part of the city free of expense d7 lui'ec INTH WAUL) CHEAP GROCERV ANU PIIOVI SlON STORE?Families i nthe ueig'iboihood of Sixth ave?ueai:d Greenwich lone, about laving in tli ir winter stuck of Oroceree and Pro> isions wi'l do better by a large |>er cent age in buying in ..t the cheap t romiou Store INo 9 Ureenwicli lane, WMNUlarticle* :u in* G'ocery aud Provision liue can be purchased a? cheap, if not chea|wr. than auy other esr<*bli?hment in that Vicinity, Goods ? trnm J to auit; if not, the money will be rrtnrned. Good* sent to any part of the city, free of expense. MICHAEL KIELLEY. dl3 lm'ec 9 Graenwii.li lane. CLARK, BlNINGER & COZZENS, IMPORTERS AND DEALERS, 56 Vesey street, HAVING completed the en argennent of their Store. resiwctfully solicit the attention el their old patrons auil the public to th?ir increased stork of SUPERIOR BRANDIES, WINES, SEGARS, LIQUORS, TEAS, GROCERIES, Sir.. Their good* are partirul&rly mtable for Hotels, bring select ed with greit rate for that purpose, and embracing every article requisite?Segars and Brandm m particular, of choice brands and vintaue; Champagnes, London Porter.Brown Stout, old Scotch aud Irish Wh.skies, Oils, Cheese, Maccaroni and Vermicelli. FOR THE HOLIDAYS. Choice Liqueurs. Preserves, Uraudy Kruits. Grares, liaising. Sliced Chocolate. Currants. Gelatin* lor inakiug Jelly in a few minutes, Extract Vanilla Wnx Candles, Almonds, and every tiling ueceesary for lliense of fimilies. (t/^Side agents in New York for Demuth's Snuffs. d20 2w " rc GENUINE TEAS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. THE CANTON TEA COMPANY. Principal Store 121 ? Cha'ham street, New York; Branch ""tore 318 Bleeckerst. New Vorn; Ageucv at 116 Fulion stieet, Brooklyn; also, at the Comer ol Main and Van tiout'in streets, I'ateison, N J., luvite the atteution of city and country families and purchase's for the approaching holiday* in gmerel, to their severe* establishments, where thev thiuk will b* found by fa'the best .election of pu'e and unadulterated Teas in the United States. The uuiversal popularity and renown ol their Imuse, with refe rence to hifc'li c|u?litiss. low price* mid upright dealing, la too wrlt und-ratood to rentier further comment uec-s-iary. Original and ouly w trehouae for 'heaaleof Ho*<lua'a Black T.a Ob?erve-- Strangeriwill we particularto remember the uum hertof tin- principal atore iu Chatham atreet.vix: "121," beiwmi Pearl and Rooaevelt atreeia, as in seeking for it tle? are li?h<? ti he l-d astray hy a little store juat started at 4CX Chatham atree1 (neit door to Lorillard's auutf and tobacco store) under tht name of Canton 'Tea" Store. The public wilalaobe pleased to take notire, tha* th? Canton Tea Company have notliiiiK to do w ith that or any other atorea whatever, eicept tho?? described at the top of this adtertiaeme-t. dli Imec A. A. SAMANUS. NO. 6 WALL STREET AND 289 BROADWAY, Corner or Kf.aui Street, HAS JUST HECEIVED.t>erahi|. Cristoval Colon, an invoice of the celebrated VVoodville brand of Segars, con stating of Regalias and Medium size, and the Lord Byron paper Segars. 1NSTOBE, . All the T&rioua aiie* and choice ijualities of the most celebrated brands of Segars, consisting of Lord Byron, of different sizes. Port of Havana Itngalias and medium size. Srgtiiidad, medium aize. Jtisto Saw/. Principe. Large and small Yarn of St. Jaco. Genuine Turkey Tobacco of different qualities. Scafarlatti Smoking Tobacco of Haitimorv. German nmokiug Tobacco of different nualitie*. The celebrated Natchitoches Snuff of New Orleans, together with all the fancy Sunlit of the nay. Paper Sega i of Oarcia, Peret, Lara. Lord Byrm, ?. Uerm<n Pipes; (Jherrv Turkey Pine Stem. Pointed, Spunk and T.ii**r Matches, with a general assort" ment ol Segar Ca-es, Suutl Boies, Ike. Bass for tving Segars, and Tobacco in bales, which are of feredat wholesale and retail n?3 tm*r CROTON UAKERY NOTICE. CIX POUNDS OK BHKAD FOR ONF. SHILLING ^-5 The largest bread in th* city to be had at the < ruton Ba. kery, 92 Jaines street, six pouuds of superior whiat bread for one shilling, or three nouuds for six cents. Wlin.it, Indian, Kye aud Qraham Bread, also, the Kim?)l llye Bread of a suuerior kind ; large launlv Pie* of all k nds at six cen's each, and a general assortment of Tea < akes, Rusks, Bun', Crujlers, butter Crackers, fresh erery day. Orrman and New Year Cake* lor tl e holidays. Flour wholesale and retail. Kre h least for saleev?ry clay. N. B.?Tne alinre articles caifhe had at the branches No. UiiS Peatl between F'auklm square and Oak stree . and No 202 \Vil liam neer Frankfort, al?o at 2JB Cherry i ear Pelham St. d22 lm'nc JOHN H. WIEOAND, <4 Jama St. TOMt'SON'S CAKli. A S the season hasarrierd for familiei to supply themst lvs with Cake for the holiday*. the subscriber would respectfully infirm them that th* place still supports rs former reputation for the best cake?and he assures th se who may favor mm with a call, that they shall be supplied wuh the best article that cm be made Ir m tne materials, aud iu the mi.st cleauiy ma nner. KoutCikr, Plum Cauc. Pound Cake, New Y?ar Cake and a *en>*rnl assortment ofsinill Cake constantly on hand, aud orders for any quantity seut to any i'?rt of the riy. JAMKS TOMPSON, <121 lw*ec 411 Lis|ieuard street, n*ar Cliurcb. CRACKERS!CRACKERS!CRACKERS! ~ PARK'S CHACK ICR ? 'A K KR V.73 Mott street, near Walk er street. SODA BISCUIT MILK do BOSTON CRACKERS BUTTER do hUOAR do Pilot and Nary Bread, and eTery other description of Crackers. ii.?onuiicry mrrcruuin, nuin n?-rj-rrs mm siiijimuk ururrs (UPI li?<l at 'tie shortest notice and at the lowest prices, ill! lm*er BLANCHAR IVS PATENT STATUE ? OOU AND COAL STOVES, for halls. parlors,offices stor ?, s'aamboats, lie.-Thrif Mores ire a Statue of Waxhiuft n, th? father of hi? Cojutry.suimounlinc two kinds of pede-tala, one for wood a'd the other for coal ? lie fi'e chain er in the |>eile*t<l being so arranged that ?he fir*. Iv me ii* of a re> ertable plate or partition in the Stovei 1 muio ti ? heat to circulate through the entire height of the stitue, gi?i k a large and b-autiTul radiating surface The.e - Stores have alto g?ta hot air hainher atticlied.aud everv thing being contirurteO ou the moil scientific principle.*, tl 'V,*'4'* all w ho have them in nse the gie.\t-at satisfaction. The subscriber invites the attention of lho?e wanting a beautiful, economical an durab e S,'o?e, to rail and sat'sfy thtmte ?ea of the above rai t?. They ran be see.. in operation daily, and references given to those w*>o have triem in use The public will then have a fair opportunity of judging th,t the above are plain fact*. kor sale only i* thii city at 114 Oram! sirvet, one dooi east of Broidway. d2 lrr"m JAMES HINDS FRENCH CHTNA No 4 SOUTH WILLIAM STREET, Up Stairs A OALESME, Importer and Agent for Mannfactnrera, has ? always on hand a large usortment for dinner and tea set? n plain white and (ilt Ktench Porcelain, aa well as dinner and f.tacerr iiIhTm nf ?M iitM jttnrtpil dishet aiiuti tureens, cnvereil linhi. ?*\! ill bowla, fruit baaketa, custards and stauda. A!*o, TV* *u(l (:hocol.ite War*, (Jreek, French and Am?r>MM shape. All the auicie* fire warranted of the l?e*t ijoaiitr, and to be <M on lih?ml terms, and in lora to anit pnrrlmaers *27 Sm^w CHEAPEST OIL STORK IN NEW YORK. rl,(? u|>-town Grocers and Families? I Kpcrm Oil?Winter and Fall Strained, Bleached White and Natnial. H>-a Klerhaot Oil? " " " La'd Oil? " " Loused Oil?raw and bn;l?<l, Olive Oil?in boitlea and bettiw. NbiUI'ooi Oil. alcohol and <"ampli?ne. Taunt, S|*rrn *ud Stearic Cfdlns. I he above are warranted fo ?t*rd the westhsr, and to be of (in- quality for parlor and aatr.l lamp*. For sain by the cask, liarrvl, gallon, qnattand pint, cheap. IOHN C MORRISON. No. I8H Greenwich *treet, between Fulton and V*?ey. Dealer in drugs, meilicinra, paints, dye-wood*, teas and froceia' articlea-dy?r?', n anu>aciurer?\ | ai* r makers'. distillers', confectioners', brewer*', beer maker*', baker*', and paper stain eraarmle*. did lin'rc C\ M I'll K N K, " < < IIKMUU. OIL -" Horn'i FM nt SolM Bottom 0*M* Fountain Lamps" lor rln-n.i. il and I'imphene, mu.ufaclue I and *olu whole-ale and retail by I.O. C jy ?l No. US Fulton ?tr?et C*un bui'dinifs ) New YorV. The.e lamps ar? admitted by all who sew them in use, t.i be unequalled t.y any lamp eser ofTe ed to the p .blic. lor ili'i spleioli.i IikIu, the.r ec noiny lor vie, and ill ir he feet simplicity to tn<ii.t<e and turn On* lamp wi.l K>v<*aliKnt equal to alt siierm candl-*, at aneapenceof In** man bill* cent per hour : Th*v ate in fict the cheapest in :>ri>, ortion to qua iiv, and the beat lamp eser offered to ill- pnbiic for *10 ea rhu'chr*. hotel*, aud dnc liuts A'sj, aifo d aaaortmeut of Solar anil < li I Lam pa for laHle* store, or cnurche* of iu erior qmlitv. Also, a kcii rtl d pot for patent inedcine.?*urh as Or. Williim F?au*' Camomile ami Tonic I'illa for nervoua affec'iona debility, dy>pep?i\, Sic.; and Kvani' Huotnina Syrup for <. hitorvn tre'tiiiik; Ur. r,tiert/'? Aatti ifen? I'il'a, for u eet, (travel kc ; D*. Foeit'* Kradicator, lor de'i'ate com pimiiu: ur. luuioi ori?? i mi; mr rmini i ui? aui ntOnw l Uii-r, for r wutn itum aud punt of nt1 kind*; vVray'n BnU.tmic HiiU. f r?yi>rtili?, ?c.; Wy?'h'? Cream of Li'irn. to DrMliff aud | r.irn .t- .lit gr??tli ol tlie h.iir d!9 lm*r?' M.w MID CHEAP LAMrs KOK TIIK HOLIDAYS 'I'llt Subacrilwr : now opening noitu* new mid heaatiful I patterai of S^lar and Chciaical Oil Ltmpt. wtiieb hr will ell :i( low niitl reduced price*. Perjona detirom of [>nrch xiiiR orecon >m'?niK in 'i*h', will find i( mncli to theii advantage to rnlI and eiamine thu Hoc It A lirge reduction hat hi*u jndr in thi- prlt'W, aud ??rry lim;> i* warranted. plTf Chemical Oil and Burning Plaid for Spirit Lampi, delivered punctually when ordered d20 lm*rc J. C. HOOKER, 4*8 Broadway. SERA 843. fyO TUB LADIKR.?Ladiaa about lo |{i?e entertainment* * an> uiTi'ed to call and tee 'he entirely new met beautiful ten of lea Cream ( harlotte dr Kmw, anil Jnllr Forma and Moildi, jual racairadat ilia ALIiAMllA, 419 Broadway.? Tahlea aet and arranged for parties in tlia mof. tasteful aiM attractive manner, by acelebrated Artiat, wtliout involvi n any additional ei|**n?e. The celebrity of their Ice Cr-etna during the |>nat auimner, givna assurance thatequal p?ins w II lie aken with all oilier articles of Confectionary lu.limited at lint K.stibliahment. dl0 2w.ee T'HK ALHaVIKa :>.VI tlnmlway. between (tprinp ?ud Princ at reels ?Oysters, (JoMee, I ho? o'ate and a_ vare ty ol otli er tell ties, served up in a su|>erior >t\In. i lie i.aui.s nuoon, un the se<oud Iloor, has bren enlarged and hi milted m tin ino?t elegant and cuiilv mam.er. Ti n has already become a faro rite retort lor Udiei, who, alter the latigueot shopping nr a morning promenad-, require some quiet,elgaut retreat like this in which to refresh themselves; also for putiea returning from the Theatre or a Cone rt. who c u ejijoi the DiOit eiigntul luiqier witiiout the trouble andinconveuieiice of preparing them at home. u U 2 .v * n: WINTER~ARRANGEM ENT. JOHN BRAL>KN, 73 C nal it eo , would lespectfully in? orin the public generally, that he is prepared to serve up, at liis spacious aud popular Saloon, Creams, Jellie>. Cott.e Oyiieis hi ev-ry style. Cuiifecliouaria* gene-ally, anil in short all kinds of Refreshments usually found at iiuiilar establishment*, ot the lint cla-s. Families will he supplnd at short notice, with Cotifectionarie* geuerally ; also (J renins and Jellies, at the mm ually low price of six shillings ier quart, of as good and choice materials as can be found elsewhere Confectionary at wholesale, and all kinds of | yiauuds manufactured to < ruer, for private or public parlies. A gene a) assortment ol Toys, sui'able for the holidays, forsale, extremely low N B ?AH articles jeut out from his est blishmeiit are warranted equal to ant thing of fore gn manufacture. Il>< aiusit ha\ e not had the honor of s-'rvtng foreign potentates, but Iip plnlves hiinsolf his article* shall be suitable lor the gie<u-?t in ignateof ihe land. dl2 Itn'm RtSIDKNTS OK TilK "WI.ST K.N'W. ' Ol'R Koreiathejs established the pi cident^ of opening cur h iUteaand hearts on New Ye r's Day. Tlr se who intend compl ing with that goi d old custom, and will regal - their rituds with Wine., Corduls. Fruits, etc , may be supplied to th ir enti.e satlsfa< tion by cal'iug at No. 2'29 Bleecker st. where at all times may b: had Wines, To is aud Groceries generally, ol Lhe best descriptions aud at very moderate lines. JAMES 11. BALL,, d23 6tis*rc Dealer in Ttu, Wines, Sc., 229 Bleeckerst. 'I^ilr. ALIIAMKA, Broadway, b*:w>fii .Spring ami I'.moe A ?The propri-tor of the above establishireut b?<? to mform the fashionable pub: ic that, haviug euBiigcl at great , iti? s? some of the uio>t cclebrat il foreign artiaia. who have arrived at th greatest p< rfection in their several department, heisuow pre^iml to furnish fames, Balls, Weddings, with any descrip lion of Confectionary, of a quality anil in a stylr hit1 erto uue in this City. dl0 2w*ec PEARL GRAIN, " OR DEUTSCHES GRIESMEHL, (in Ike German;) KAR1NE DE ORUAU?(URUAU D'EPAUTRE.) (in Ikr l-'renck Lanifuagt.) AN entire new a"scle in thi mark*', i resemble* Ssgu, but is mere nutricious, anil one pouud of it gi.'s in usage as far as three pounds of oidinary wheat llour hmigiants from l .uro,e, bavin* looked for it in vain ontnv vej-rs, consider it a ruf delicate, wholesome and money saving food 10 use for soups, puddi, gs, d implings, ike. kc \ small handful is sufficient to be b "le into two quarts of milk The be t American physicians piescri'e i t their recovering patients, and order it to be given to children in the sha e of pip, as a lig ' and very healthy diet. To mannficturers of Vermicelli and M tcaroni, Peutl Grain, as < viry des>rable requisite, >f they can get the right kind. The sale incrensesdaily in a wonderful manner, showing tint whatever fami'y tries it. c?n hardly do withuut it. The only General l)epot f?r this article in the United States is at 37 burling slip, foot of John strt et, nrar the East Kiver, New York C'ty, w here il cau be had'or the wholesale trade, racked isi k?K'of 25 lbs. each, in any quantity, not less, howevever, thvu a package, it has found its way from the w holesale stores in the lower part of this city to the retail (roceis and coiisnniiug lamilies, so as to facilitate its nuisition to every body. OKO PEU8CHER, Sol? Agent. New York. November ?8th. 1841 d(i hn'r SALT AND FISH STORE. ~ / AA llliLS SAL ul'N; S00 do of Herring, and 400 boxes xw 4uu ddk in viacaerei; *uu null io lOfl bbls. of Shad 2IHI rfo of Codtish find sacks of Ashdon's Sal*; 460 SaJma do 100 kid of Housed S.ilmoi) and Mackerel HIO do of Sounds ami Tongues 2UOO bu.hels of Turks Island Halt 801) iuiu:als dried od. d? m?ec NKL80N, WKL.LH 8i CO. 81 Deystre't. WATCHES AND JEWELRY. MOKLICH AND I'ACHTMANN, Watchmakers and .Manufacturing Jewellers. 90 Canal stieet, have on hand a l*rge Msortment offashionable Jewelry of all descriptions,suitable lor the HOLIDAYS, at price* which can. ot ful to iiuit. Jewelry ?>f every description unde to order, and Walcties, Jewelry and Silverware repairej in a workm mlike manner, equally low. Old Gold and Silver taken in exchange. dl# I in* in WA'l lIHtS.- i he largest an u must splendid assortment 01 Watches in the city, is to be found at the subscriber's.As he ii constantly receiving all descriptions of (inld and Sil*ar Watchsa, of the newest styles, direct from the inajuifacta rer?, in Rngland, France, anu Switzerland, he is enabled to offer a larger assortment, and at much leu prices, at retail, than any other house in the city, (told watches as low as t20 to $33 ach Watches and jewel larv exchaiiKed or bonght. All walfhes warranted ro keep jnod time, or the money returned. Watches, clocks and jewellery rtpaired in the best mnouer, tBd war?aoted lower than at any other place in the city O. C. ALLIEN, importer of watches and jewellery. >17 lr?*r Wholesale and retail 10 Wall street, up stairt. ALYOV-Che,ip ?! Jewelrv 8 or? in the city?A L. would ca.ll the Attention of the public to his store No. #0 Chahunst, where tney will tind til* beat. cheapest, and newt* t ?t>le of jewelry, of the Ut ?t f.uhion both foreign and American m?nuf<cture, guttble for Christmas and New Vear'ajirei nil,all of which * e is de rrmined (o sell at >uch pricea as can n->t fail o give *ui*f?C ion Ladir* and ge liemen about purchasing jewelry, will ?ave 25 per cent by calling at the cheap jewelry it <rt 80 ('hatbnm street. D i not fjrget the number?40 Chitham street. Old gold or silver bought or taken in exchange. The utmost value give i for diamonds and other precious tones. <12J im'ec RKWAKU-The jewelrv store No. 18 Howery. <5p 1 \J\f was entered ou the night ol (lie 17th lust, and robbed of jewelry, ronsisling of gold and silver guard an1' fob rhaius, go d seals and keys, and lubes' and gentle.neu's broaches assorted, gold ear rings, lockets, l-nger nuts silrer spoons, (backs and numerou* other article*, which are fold ill jewelry shops. The above reward will be given for the recovery of the p'oiiertv by JOHN LOCK WOOD, d20 lm'rc 18 Bowery. rPHB *UBSt KIUKKS are now prepared to ?ell Watches A and Jewelry as low, if not lower, tnan any other house in the city, to wit:?(Join Watches (rum $15 to SIOO each; silver do, from $.'i to $50 each All watch's war'Aired to keep coo-1 time or the money rt'urued Watch'*, ('licks, and viu meal B '?r* repaired ami warr . ted, lower than any other home i 11 the ci*v Second hand watches and old cola and siver taken in exchange, or bought for ca>h THO Vil'8' ?.N it KI8HkR, Imtotters of Wvchea end Jewelry, wholesale and retail, No 331 Broadway. New York AMOS R. THOMPSON. dIO ltn?ec RICHARD FISHER. NITKU HTAJKS DAliUEKRIA.N UALLKRV, I7J Brondway. up stai ? K. WHITE would reape-tfally ca'l the attention "f citi'*n? and strangers, visi'ing the city to hia plejidid collection "f Daguerreotype Portraits aingle or in grouj* from two to fourtreu l<r aons ou the samr pi ,te, whi. h lor beauty and accuracy of delineation cannot l>? aurpassed Por trail taken in all biuds of weather, either with or without colors. The American Institut-* at its late erhibi ion awarded Mr W|, te the firnt premium for the best Daguerreotype likeness for gronpin^and g-ieral effect, which is but auother proof of the iui>en?nty of nit portrait* Mr. White ia cote agent in New York for the very superior imported Herman Csmaras , and at no other establishment in ih's city or State ran they be obtained. N. B.?Imported Herman Camaraa; also, French and Aineri can Itntrumai ta of the r?ry beat quality, with Plate Cain, Chemicaii, Polishing Materials, tic., Sic., always on liatd, for s ik t he very lowest price*. n7 3 n*m DLUMBK DAOUKKRIAN IMI-LEKY OF PATENT * 1KKMIL M ? ULUK&U t'HUTOliKAl'lf S, Wo. Ml Broadway, (o?w Mr. Tmi^y'i Jpwelry store, t>ov? Mnrray tret-t, and ueit door to Pe tie's Museum) New York. Th*?e pictures harng b*eu awarded the First Premium* and Highest Honor by f1*1 Anori mi hi Fruklii ImtitiJii as the mot! beautiful colored Dig- erre (types ev*r exhih-ted, and ?liee?ta bti*hM>eut h%vin* h en greatly en'arged and improved, por trii'f will her- aftar be fallen here (in any weather) at tne reduced i rices rhirg.'d for ordinary work at rther phces?conNQiMUy DO one nai now sit u>r au inferior likeness. on the score cf economy. " A Phntotrann of a lady, by Professor Plnmbe. i? the finest thing of the Kind we ever witnessed."? Ledger. Oct. 1, 1843. Plumbe's Premium and German Camera*, Instruction?, i rU'es.Caae*, ate lie forwarded t? any desired point. at lower ( rates than by any oiher maun factory. d'2 lrn#m PHILADELPHIA DAOUERREOTYPK ESTABLISHMENT, TEX.HAOE BI7ILUINO. KOOMH 26 A.M) P. 1IF; Sul?crib.r ha? re^urd a lar*e ?t.j.s.|, ?( Voi?tlander? celebrated l>a*?erreotype Appnrtna. . ir*e and amall iim with achromatic loniu made accordirg to rrofMsnr ("etiral'i calculation Ai?oanfw mpplv of be, plite* ted chemical,, which warrant, food ami tell, reduced prim The follitwing gent emen have nyrivd to act ai agent,, *n? E White, Erj , 171 Broadway New York I. liwi, h?. , Waahinfftnr, IV C. Dr \. f.'.iupnri, Richmond, Va. 8 Broadb'vt, K*(, lot the Southern Statu. Win. W'lt, E?q, Cincinnati, Ohio. All communication, (pott paid) ?nd order,, accompanied *itti remittance*, will be promptly attended to. and ,honld be directed to WILLIAM LAUWENHElM. ol7 3m*r Exchange Buildinrv Philadelphia GREAT REDUCTION. TROUBLE ENTRY BOOK-KEEPING only FiveDolian, a-e Mid Epistolary Penmanship only Two Dollar, THE MUST PREMIUM awarded three conn*ctiti?e yearn for the beat ?pccimen* ol Off-lu-tid IVi,in.iu?lii|> CSnibllM at ttie area! K-i'a of the American lu-ttiite GOLDSMITH S CHIROGRAPHIC INSTITUTE, for lie instruction of DUVU A VtltlU 1 liHiUAilOIHI and Book Keeping, I**t Broadway. onpoaite John utret, in now during the day and evening. far :h* reception of papi In nid viaitrrt, The geutlemen aci|tiif? a bold, fire and ripedittoui ?tyl? ol Mercantile Peuinansnip in Irom ten t.i twenty lni?m of our h<>"r eich. The Indira irr taught a neat hputolary hand, a t**?utiliil ac compliihment to the ?? BOOK-KEEPING. Th? ?y?tem of inatructian Ptirired at his Ac>demy in thit important atmly ia not derived from any prir led Work, hot in Ihtivanltof a thorough practical knowledge (it the ??ibj?cl The ej-rc aea b?ing ?o ?mn|nl aa t? rm^er familiar >o the aru' dent very depart inent of mercantile hmin ??. WHICH OKH TAINLY CANNOT UK ACWUIRhD liV SIMPLY MALAN<INUONfi SKTOK BOOKS I,idle*' Writing (Jlasa meet* diilvat II o'clock. Gentlemen during the day aud evening, at ?uch hours aa may beat ?nit their convenience separate parlora lor private ir.itmctioii. K<>r tale at the Ac ideray?A aupe.ior article of Metallic I'ein. iM lm'ec MUSICFOR PARTIES. \AKXSHH. O. WKI8S k KR. OKAMBS*. Profe,...r. m 1 nilofNf* York and ita vicinity, that their f utillt-i ! bund u prejmred to (day the ino?t admired nud fa?hiou ibl# Mum fur Private P?rtlea, Moireea, hi'. Ordera thankfully rrt?i?i?d A id paBftnallv ittend*d I" ?' ' Delam-ev ?t, alio M Mr.Millot'a Minn Saloon, 3** Bro?<l ? > or at Mr. Jollic'i Mime 8tor?, J8A Broadway. d I I in *r Music" IOSK.ru KAMMKKF.U, Pr.i'W.or ?f Muaic, mi*-'ful 5 i ' announce* to hit pttrona and the pnolic in Krii*>al, that li ha? removed from M> Cr.iabv afeet I 13* Lturen *tre*i,wher all ordera for hit Cot I lion Baud, to |*>rf >rm ou |>arti?a, fee, in or <.nt of town. Will be received and p oiniitly yieii Vd t ?. I Ordera for J K. will al?o be received at \tr?. W Dnbiila MlUIC Stoie, No. Mi Broadway. M lm' rc I?1" I , llll LD. Piice Two Cents. Albany. (Coirmponitwnca of lh? Herald.) Ai.bany, Dec. 20, 11*43. Candidates tor legislative offices are continuing to arrive. It is most singular, indeed, that people o sense. should be so infatuated ah they are in regard to this business of holding offices. To hold an office, no matter how insignificant it may be, would seem to he their highest hope, their El Dorado. To succeed in this, or rather in endeavoring ?u to do, manv of them will sacrifice business, time and money witn tne mosi utter recklessness; and should they be successful, what do tiiry really gain in Unions run? Nothing?utterly nothing. They receive, perhaps, a hundred or two dollars, nearly all of which it is likely is swallowed by the increased expense of living and the cl ctlrrax ; when, had they remained home, by a strict atteation to their Kiiki iu?c:a thpv mivlit < utiilv h?vp n\t>nr+t\ double the amount, and retained their health and temper in the bargain. James R. Rose, recently a candidate for the legislature from this county, is also mentioned m a candidate for clerk of the House He is a strong man, Hunkerisli, and will give Mr Henry If. Wales a strong pull. Mr. R. is an Albanian, and a y<mng lawyer of much talent, and would rnako a good clerk. Marshal J. Bacon, late of New York, and now of this city, is also a candidate for the clerkship. Mr. Iiacon has many strong friends, and may succeed. He is well known in your city, having b?en connected, too, with the corps editorial, and should he bring the city delegation to his support,his chance is not bad. For doorkeener several enn<lul:iif>x ure on hand. M. J. Smith, the late editor ot the Seneca Fall* Democrat, is, 1 think, the most prominent. Hi brings with him a sirwng influence troin the WeaL Mr. S is certainly deserving of it. He ha* labored no arduously for the advancement of thedemocratio party as any man in it. A. H. Richardson, of Madison county, isanother strong candidate. He comes well bucked,and will give the other candidates a hard run. Smith's chances are the best. Mr. Hoffman, from recent developments, I aui inclined to think, will be the Speaker after all ? The conservatives would hardly dare to throw overboard so strong a man, and more than all, they fear him on the floor, and thus they will b?c necessitated to vote for him for Speaker. Candidates, not measures, are the aII-absorbiiy| topics just now. There are many speculation*, however, relative to the tone and character M Gov. Bouek's message. It is asserted here, confidently, thai it will be rathei mojre ultra thao hia previous ones?rather more barnburning, if yo* please. Constitutional reform and all, will be swallowed so as to conciliate, Arc. The cry of "Bouck. and one term" has reached the ears ofhis Agricuituralcy, and he begins to find it necessary to bestir himself if he wishes to retain his stntion for another term. There is a good deal of excitement here at prosent 011 the subject of lottery dealers. The pub ushers of the Tomahawk, a Krttirical print, ha?# been indicted for libel on sundry lottery dealer*. They have been rather violent ontheBe gentry for some time past, and now are preferring complaints ngmnst the lottery venders in retaliation. _ They are backed by the most respectable of our citizsns, and it is likely the lottery dealers will be made to suffer some. These are warnings to your friend Moses Y. Beach and his carrier pigeon system. Simon. Jaoknoii, Alias. (Correnpomlenco of the Herald.) f Jaukson, Miss., Dec. 9, 1843. State o/Viinpt in Mistimppi?Repudiation. Dear Sir:? No doubt you have learnt ere this the result of our election, and presented the same to your many thousand readers; that result, you will havs perceived, has tenninated most triumphantly for the democratic party, alias locofocos, anti-bonders, and repudiators. as these are the various cognomen that they are blessed or baptized with by many, both whig and democrat, for there are some democrats who are favorable to the payment of the bonds ; besides, there is another party, or set of men, who repudiate (I use the term in its broadest sense) all kinds of debts, obligations, <X:c.; but they are peculiar to themselves, perfect tui generu, and are dignified bv the very worthy appellation of " Subterraneans." Although they have their pcculiar opinions in relation to the bond question, and all others, where their pockets are concerned, yet when they go to the polls to cast their vote, it in freely given to that party whose principles most closely approximate to their own; and of course, in the late election, voted the democratic ticket, aa they arc, for the most part, descended from that stock, fn the late election the bond question was the great hobby of both the whigs and democrats ?the one for their paymeni, the other for their nonpayment; so you may consider that question fairly settled so far as the people are concerned. That they are unwilling to pay the bonds is amplv manifest to all who will only view the result of the election, and reflect upon that which has brought about this result; for it cannot be ascribcd to any other source than the payment nr non-payment of the bonds being made the issue between the democrats and Whigs. So the question between the bondholders and the people of the State of Mississippi, must be considered, so far as they are consumed, as finally se?tled?perha|>s irrevocably fixed. J. lie re yci remain* inn- inner iriuunni lor an appeal to be made tor the redemption of the bonds? that is, to the judiciary; hut unhappily, I am constrained to nay, that even here they will nrobabiv be defeated; that here, what they have endeavored to obtain from the people on the plea < honesty, right and justice, will be denied them !? the interference of a most insuperable barrier, " tne strong arm of the law." And why, might be Halted, is such a tenninntion anticipated, should tne question come before the judiciary for their decision! Siinply thus:?the judiciary are elected by the |>eople: they know that in them is reposed the power ana right to decide on the legality of the debt, and that should they so deride, it would be binding on them, and the payment of the bonds would necessarily be enforced by the decision of the judiciary ; tor men, when left to themselves to act and ehoose between the payment and non-payment of the bonds, will inevitably pursue that course which costs them least, and takes naught from their purse; but when the judiciarv have decided that the d?bi muf<t be paid, they will not be liable to oupose the J decision of that branch of government which they have instituted for the purpose of defending their rights, and whose decision they look ujxrn as final in all legal,constitution!*! and other questions within their jurisdiction. Knowing this, they are taking steps to guard against the overthrow of that victory lately achieved : or, in other words, of annulling what the people have decided through the ball >t hnx; tliiit is, they will mane n a question on eve / lection for judges, both ot the high and inferior Courts, of bona and anti-bond; or if not mad> a question, the opinions of the candidates for Judges will be so well known, that it will amount to the same thing. By this means, men who are perhaps unlit for the bench?being incompetent, unworthy, and perhajw dishonest, will be foisted into the various Courts to pronounce judgment upon cases of which they know but little?scarcely conversant with I he simplest laws of their own folate?unable, perhaps, to read or write their own language, totally devoid of all ability, in every sense of the word ; those that are 111 favor of the payment of the bonds, if a candidate, no matter how worthy, how able, how profound, how sagacious, or how learned, will be naught in the scale tor Ins claims on the people for the Judgsliip, when (he other beam will fie loaded with the ponderousnesw of a repudiator. Although inferior to the meanest pettifogging lawyer of the land, if lie is an anti-bonder, all will acknowledge his superior claims for their votes. He has only to say, " I am a repudiator! Io trmmphe !" Such, you may rest assured, will be the resnlt of th?; lafe victor)-. Already has it made its appearance ,,110 or more instances have but lately taken place, and these are but the stepping stones tor more aspirants. This is deeply to be deplored. That such proceedings will eventually bring ruin, no one can itotibt: vet tlicy will happen, and no one can avert rli'- blow, unlet* the " dear people" come to their sober second thoughts. Ii lias ruined here for at least fourteen days. a tittle or no iBlermiiwion. The rivrre ana small streams are much swollen?the railroad to Vicknhurg hn? been considerably injured? the roads are miserable, and travelling most i wretched?the weather is now cold and bracing; should it continue long, business will again resume I its brisk appearance ; the late rain* will shorten ! no doubt, the cotton crops nearly 20,000 bales t>i more?prices ranging 7 to 71 a 7|.

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