Newspaper of The New York Herald, December 1, 1845, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated December 1, 1845 Page 3
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brings iihriit n settlement E/orr good citizen opposed to the iue of tho Oregon question loi political ; purposes, and auxious for the e?ta ^luhmeiit of our internal und external com. ?Derciul affaire upon ? sound and permanent basis, baa ? very deep ictcrest in tbe lettloment of thia and all other matters endangering our peaceful relatione with Oreat Britain and every other nation. Wo annex a comparative tuble, giving the quotation* for stocks iu this market, for each day of tho we?k just closed, and for the la*t day of the previous week, for the purpose of showing the variation in prices from day to day. Some of the fancy railroad stocks have advanced within the week several per cent, and tbe principal stook of thia description used for speculation, has reached a point, beyond which it will be difficult to carry it. Quotations for thk Principal Stocks is th? Niw Yore Mikict. Sal. Mon. Tu'y. ff'td. Th'y *>>??<?. Ut I'Iand UX 74* 75* 76 76 76)/ 78).; Mohawk 58 S!1 ? 4#.. Harlem 67 V 67* 67* 67)4 67)4 44* 44* 44* 44 31* It* 34)J 35 3l? OJ 007\| 9171 w JI 1 ??7l Ohio Sixes. ."........ 97? #7X 97?^ 98 88 97* - Illinois Sixes 39* w5 39* 39* 39* 39* - lidmua ? ? 40 40,'J 40 - 40 Canton 431, ... Kxriiifri' Loan 33% 33)2 34** 3-1* . _ Nor. mil! Wor 8l? ??>? 91* 90 'Jl'A 91), Ohio Sixes Illinois Sixes... i'ldiaua Kentucky Sixes. Pemt'a. Kives ? 74 74 74 74 74 74 Buuingtou 41# 41j? 43 43,'* 43% 43* Erie Railroad,ct>nso,d.. 70* 70S 71 ? ? 72 72>J Vicksburx ? ? ? 8* - ? U. S. flunk ? ? ? ? ? 5* ? Readme Kit SSV 55* 58 59* 59 58* (0 Morri? Canal 22* 23* 24* 23* 23* 2.,* 23* Kast Boston ? ? It* 17 16* 17 17* N. Am. Trust ? ? ? 12* 12* 12? 13 A comparison of the closing quotations yesterday, with those current at the close of those of the previous week, shows an improvement in Long Island of 3 per cent; Mo hawk 1 per cent; Ilarleui J; Canton ) ; Farmers' Loan 1; Norwich and Worcester 6^ ; Ohio 0's } ; Illinois 6's J ; Stonington 34; Erie 3; Reading Railroad 4 j; Morris Canal I}. Tlje operations in Reading Railroad have been large at the advance. This stock has improved within the past two weeks about Ave per cent, in anticipation of the report about being made of its affairs, by the Boston Committee appointed for that puspose. The Nashua and Lowell Railroad Company have de clared a semi-annual dividend of five per cent, payable on the 1st of December. The work upon the Harlem Railroad extension is now in rapid progress through the county of Westchester und the company are about to put under contract imme diately an additional section of thirty miles, extending through Tutnam into the rich valley in the interior of Duchess. This will bring the road to a point 83 miles from the city of New York, leaving but from 45 to 60 miles to unite with the Albany and West Stockbridge Railroad. A party of engineers is now engaged in Co lumbia county, locating this portion of the route. The annual report of the Auditor of the State of Ohio for 1844, shows an increase in the value o( the tax able property of the State, since 1844, of $8,017,803, an amount equal to one-third of the public debt. Taxarlk Property of Ohio, 1839, 1844, apd 1845. 1839. 1844. 1845. No. of ecres tned 19,004,442 23,061,M2 ?,216,286 Value of lands, including houses, 4tc $42,822,672 <85,534,456 $85,918,169 Value of town lots, includ ing buildings $20,257,734 $21,617,696 $22,269,575 Number of norses 334,119 374,028 387,200 Value of do $13,364,616 $14,959,920 $15,488,000 Number of cattle 532,859 713,433 723,353 Value of do $4,265,678 $5,707,351 $5,786,824 .tleiclutnts' capital and mo uey at interest. $10,059,932 $7,550,005 $13,556,507 No. of pleasure Carriages... 4,711 14,997 ? Value of do. do. ... $395,298 $783,238 $1,055,742 'J otal amouut of taxable pro peity $111,214,197 $136,142,666 $144,160,469 Delinquencies 69,498 152,307 ? Total amount of Tams.... $1,770,161 $2,440,663 ? The extracts made from the report published in the official paper of that State, does not give the total amount of taxes assessed, received, or delinquent, and we shall be compelled to await the meeting of the Legislature lor a lull report. There has been an increase in the num ber of acres taxed in 1845, of 155,084, and in value f 391,713; the value of town lots, including buildings, increased f.051,879; horses, $539,080; cattle, $79,473; in crease in merchants' capital and money at interest, 1>ti,000,603; in value of pleasure carriages, $373,604. The receipts from the canals of Ohio this year, com pared with last, have been as follows Public Work? of Ohio?Canal Rf.cfipts. To Novtmber 15. 1843. 1844. 1845. Amount of tolls on tlie Ohio and Miami canals $374,043 $(13,271 $326,519 On the Miami Eitensiou 7,245 12,053 32.01*7 On VVab sh and Erin 32 473 49.269 73,907 On Hocking 3 919 4,926 4,520 On Walhonding . 610 1,918 1,184 On Mntkinguin improvement.... W 7 4 28,241 28.461 Turnpike dividends W.'IO 29,456 27,165 &ate lots 923 ? ? M umsf and Western Reserve roid 2 UI4 5,817 6,613 101,1 SI73.554 5511,959 $500,376 Then appears to have been a falling off in the revenue from the Ohio and Miami Canals in 1848, compared with 1314. rf $86,782; from the Walhonding Canal $734; Turn" piko dividend* $3,291, and an increase in toll* from the Miami Extension of $19,984; Wabash and Erie, $24,638 ; Hocking $91 ; Muskingum Improvement $220 ; and the Maumee nnd Western Reserve Road $796, showing an .iKXresutu deficiency of $44,874, this year compared with last. The principal cause of this falling off in the reve nue this year, was the severe drought, in most pirts of the Stale, before the harvest. The deficiency, as large as it is, is much less than anticipated. This deficiency will have no effect upon the finances of the Slate, as the in creased value of taxable property has been sufficient to emble the State to meet promptly all its engagements. As an evidence of the rapid increase in the wealth and resource* ot the people and State of Ohio, we annex a taMo showing the value of the property, from year to year, since 1831 : ? Taxabi.f. Property in Ohio. '8 2 $71,211.1)32 18:? $111221197 .3 3 78.019,526 1(10 ' 1 2 037 861 "?31 75,593,302 1*41..... 128!353'6iT IHti a 93.743,MjO 1812 lli 343 18? 85,812..181 I811 136 112 666 18 8 106,953,011 1815 114,l6oil69 This shows an iacreaso of nearly one hundred per cent since 1832. Since 1839, the increase in the value of taxable property ha* been about eight million* of dol lars more than the present public debt. ? Hit Stock Ki<Hhii??. S19C0 Pennsyl'a 5s 73V 2ft) shs Canton Co 11V 1-000 do 1)60 71jJ 25 do bio ll? UOOO do 74 50 .lo blO US 5000 do bCm UK 100 do b99 lite 601,0. d? bl? 74 I* <lo b60 llV l?o0fl Indiana Bonds 10 100 do 41'? lfOi-O Heading R Bds b60 73 25 Ea*t Boston Co 17 V 50shs Merchants Bk 111 175 do nV 10 Bk Stat i NY 90 50 do 17 20 B .uk Com, full 96hi 70 Erie KR one 72 W do acrip 96 50 do bl5 72\? 25 Illieoi* Biiik 19 200 do bnw 721-. 100 N O Canal 13 7S do cpg 72? 57 U 8 Fire ins 16 5# do $A0 71 liO N A Trust 13 too L Island RR 7?X 200 Fsrmers'Tr bto 35 50 do |>00 77 250 do hJO 35 50 do a 10 76^ 325 do 31V 50 do 7? .50 do 31V 150 do 76*4 50 do bN SIX M do ?30 18?.. do? . SlS 50 do *30 75V 25 Morris Csnal t?60 21 100 do b30 7?^ V) do 23V 210 Rend inf RR 60 ?i?.do. WK 100 do b30 60 50 Mohswk RR 59 :ioo do 1.60 60 50 ta ? 100 do MV 2j Stomngton RR 43X jo do >10 vn 75 do 43X ijo d? J!.? luno Harlem HK bom 70 50 do bio SO do 67X 50 do a30 jq i 100 do 67 V JO do 5u 150 Nor fc Wore RR 91V 500 do beo Su 50 do 9lg 50 do 59 50 do maw 91 25 do MiV Second llonrtl. 100 shs Farmers' Ln 31V 50 Canton Co 41 Un = on bW 50 do blO 44V 125 Rtoaiajton RR 100 do bto 11 >2 50 N Am Trust bJO 13 50 do b!5 44 25 do 13 50 do bio 44 100 Nor & Wore RR b3 90V 100 do 44 75 do S3 80V so do b30 41? ? do b3 90S 250 Reading RR 5g>Z Hi do s3 90* 18 do nw 60M New tltock Kithang*. Aiib*m\3* . n 35ihas East Boston e 17 25 shs Morris Csnal e 23V 25 do c 17V ? do ML Island RR bj 7?2 ? do . SO do blO 76? 21 do s3 211, f5 do b3 71^ 25 do b3 23^ 50 do saw 76* ? j!L c SO do b3 76V n d"r, SO do 7#V 50 Canton Co ?43 35 Nor & Wore RR c 92?J 100 H*rle:n RR 50 do sOO 90 Died. n .I1 n / evening, Nov. 30, Johw Robert*, ion of ?nd Mary Ann Tutman, aged one year, two month, #n(j nineteen days. r ftneral from 27 Rutger* itreet, thia afternoon at three >'clock. The friend* of the lamily are respectfully in vited to attend * At Brook'yn, on Sunday the 30th init., Oidcow Kim imi.v Warino, nged 34 years. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited: to attend the funeral on Tuesday afternoon, at four o clock, from the residence of hia father, Henry Waring, in Fulton near Johnson street Brooklyn On Randall'* Island, Marv, daughter of Denni* and r.llen McCarthy. Friend* and acquaintance* are respectfully invited to attend the funeral thia afternoon, at half-pa*t two nvirwk from I Iflth itreet, Ea*t River. o'clock, On Sunday, SOth in*t., after a ahort illnei*. Jam*. Hiceiv, in the 40th joar of hi* age. His friends and relative*, and tnoie of hi* brother* /ohn Hicke* and Joieph P.Flynn, are earneitly request ed to attend hi* funeral on Tuesday afternoon at three o'clock, from hi* late residence, corner of 29th itreet and 3d avenue. At hi* residence in Sharon, Schoharie county, on the morning of the 26th inst, the Hen. W*. Barman, aged 78. Ho waa a relict of the revolution, having in the last I rt of tho war, when quite a boy, served at clerk to il. i hero, Col. Marinus Willett, to whom he wai much i leered. in Schoharie, on the 24th init , Jinr? W.Tftaoor, Esq, in tho 70th year of his age. Judge Throop waa one of tho oldest inhabitant* of Schehaiie, having been a rest ,l -nt of tho village for the lest ttlty years. He was County Treasurer nearly twenty-five year*, and Postmaster for ,,fl4l|y the fame length et time. He has alio been Juitine ?f tho Peace and Judge of the County Court, and wai nt the time of hli death Preiident of the Washingtonian i ounty Temperance Society, in which cauie be took t leep interest. TRUE EMPIRES. ATTENTION! ' Great oaks from little acorns grow." THE INDEPENDENT VEMBEHH o? ilia truly Dgme. critic h inj ire Club, will meet it Monro# Hill. IIII8, Monday Evening. Oec. 1, at haJr*E>aft 7 o clock, to hear tin? re port of the Committee appointed the last meeting, for the purpose of raskiutf arrangements for the second Animal Uell, to be held at Tammany Hall. Dec. SO, 1SI5. *** 0FJoHN 8. AUSTIN, Vice President. M^.TX??>-rid,e,l8cr*uH" din-m THIs bAV id PUBLISHED, The Thirteenth Number of Alexander Fletchcr'a DEVOTIONAL FAMILY BIBLE THIS NUMBER ia nowready. The work evidently im proves u it progresses, and it promises to b? the tn at peifect of th- kind ever published The Engraving for the present uumber ia "Joa-ph soil hv hia Brethren"?a una: an parh engraving from a paiutine by Yoerbeck d' It'm GEORGE VIRTUE, ? John st IN CONSEQUENCE ol the inclemency of the weather, th* public are Apprised that the Lecture of Mr. Connery. which una to tike pl<ce in 8t. Andrew'a Church, corner of Dunne and City Hall Dace, ia postpoued to next Sunday eve ning, Dec. 7th. dl jt*m Not;ck to seamen and all otherm ';on ' ERNER ?There will he a meeting of the Seamen's Sri I Pre*. Society held in the Baptist Bethel, corner of Ch-rry and Cstharine atreeta, on Monday evening, December 1st, to commence m 7 o'clock. N. B All members are particularly requested to attend, to gether with the St-amun now in port, as business of importance wdl he laid before the meeting. dl lt*m CHAS. KELLEV, Pres. VENISON AND OYSTER PIKS?Several fine saddles of Venison will be served up This Day ai d To-morrow, at the fashionihle dining rooms of GREEN St MER<'EH, cor uer of Ann and Nassau streets, where maybe had daily their celebrated Oyster, Game and other Pies, together with an ex tensive bill of fare, too various to mentiou. dl 2t*m TEETH ! TEETHT TEETH iuserted without pain, and warranted good a* the natural ones, for biting and mastication. A "omplete double sat of best mineral Teeth on hue gold plates, $50 00 A set of beat mineral Teeth, on fine gold plate, for the upper jaw, to be woru by atmos|>heric pressure, 30 00 Siugle Tooth, from (1 00 to 5 80 Plugging Teeth with Qold. from 75 to 1 50 By Dr JONES, corner of Canal street and Broadway, en <ranee in Canal street dl lt*m DR. POWELL, OCULIST AND OPERATIVE SURGEON, attends to Diseases of the Eye and to all Imperfections of Vision, from 9 to 4 o'clock, nt his residence, 261 Broadway, corner ol Warren st. Ophthalmia, Stoppage of the Tear Passage, Cataract and Opacities, effectually removed. AMAUROSIS treated with great attention and success, luveterate cases of 8TRABISMUS, or Squintiug, cured in a few minutes. ARTIFICIAL EYES inserted that can scarcely be dis tinguished from the natural. Offices and residence 261 Broadway?entrance IX Warren street (jftfr _ dl lt*m FURS. SKINS AND MUFFS, for sale cheap lo close some consignments, as AstrHcan skins, of different qualities. Astracau Robes, natural. Bear, fine Isabella and brown. Badger akins. Coney akiua, pulled, unpulled and clipped, French, Oerman and English. Jeune; skins, black and mottled. Lvnx, vary superior. !? itch. Imitation Lynx, dyed. Squirrel tail Boas, dyed and natural. Stone Martin, best quality. Swan skins, real Dutch Wild Cat and Wolf White Coney plates. Very fine Coney Muffs, dyed; natural black and blue Jennet Muffs; natural and dyed Lynx: Chinchilla, Squirrel, blue, red and Crossfnx, Raccoon, Wolf, Frcli, Wolverine. Isabella, brown and black Bear Muffs, as well as Misses and Children's Muffs, by F. W. MARTENS, n30 lw*m No. 169 Water street. COAL.?100 tons Orrel Coal, of veiy superior quality, laud ing ex ship Siddons.frem Liverpool, aud for sale in lots to suit purchasers, by E. K. COLLINS St CO. i,30 r 56 South st. rPOTHE BEAUT1F1 f.RS OFTHECOMPLEXION?Hur 1 prising Efficacy'.?MV EAU-DIVINE DE VENUS AND NYMPH SOAP, composed of an eastern botanical discovery o< surprising efficacy for rendering the skin soft and fair, as well as imparting a delicate roseate hue to the complexion. As a creator aud conservator of that most distinguishing charm of female loveliness, a transparent fair skin, JULES H AUEL'S Nymph Soap, or Eau Divine de Venus, may be s>id to exert an almost magical power. Composed for the roost part of oriental balsamic plants, to the utter exclusion of ail mineral admixture, it,is distinguished medicinally for its ex tremely bland, purifying and soothing action on the skin ; ind by ac ing on the pores and minute secretory vessels, expels all impurities from tha surface, allays every tendency to inflamma tion, and, by this method alone, effectually dissipates all red ness, tan. pimples, freckles, sunburn, and other unsightly cuta neous visitations, so inimical to female loveliness. Its use will change the most bilious complexion inta one of ra diant whiteness; whila on the nack, hands and arms, it be stows a delicacy and fitness which its continued use will hap pily protect, with every appearance of youthful charm to the most advanced periods of life. For sale, wholesale aud retail, by JULES HAULE, Practical Chemist and Perfumer, 46 South Third street, Philadelphia, andby mv agents:?J. B. Jacquemod, No 415Broadway; F. A. Artault, Lafayette Bazaar. Nos. 149 and 151 Broadway; A. Wtllnrd, S W. corner oi Cedar and William streets. Premium was awarded at the Franklin Institute n16 lm'rc DR. GEORGE LEO-WOLF, HAVING returned from Europe, has resumed the practice of his profession at No. 98 Chambers street. New Vorh. November 19th. 184V n2Q lmia*e?d mc THE GKBAT AMERICAN REMEDY. SOUTHERN BALM. FT*HJS MEDICINE is a pleasant aud effectual remedy for a. Colds. Coughs, Influenza, Raising of Blood, Asthma, Pleurisy, Bronchitis, Liver Complaint, Consumption, and other diseases arising from obstructed perspiration. Now read this testimony, and rail or send and get gratuitously a pamphlet containing a Treatise on Consumption, Sic., and numerous sworn ceitificataa, su< h as follows:? My wife was afflicted with affection of the lungs, pain in the side aud ches', aud general debility, expectorating bLod and pus for 8 years. I employed the bast medical skill, homeopa thicand allopathic. They pronouueed her lungs ulceiated aud de-Paired "f effecting a cure. I tried various (latent medicines without affect F nally, in August last, I tried your Southern Balm. She has taken two bottles and is perfectly cured. 1 confidently recommend it to all similarly affected A B.HAUPTMAN, Residence 14 Clarke St.. store 608 Broadway. City and Cnuntv of New York, ss.?A. B. Hauptman, being duly swo n, deposes and says that the above certificate ia cor rect and true. W. H. MUNN, Com. of Deads. The Southern Balm is sold by druggists generally through out the U.S. Also. THE ANIMATING. APERIENT, ALTERATIVE SOU i'H^RN BALM PILLS, 12 cents a box of 25 pills. '1 he best and cheapest general Fami ly Pill ever introduced These Pills have been tested many y*ars iu every form of disease arising from an impure state of the blood a<.d other fluids, aud have proved a safe and efficient purifier, removing morbid matter from the stomach and bowels, promoting digestion, and imparting vigor to the system. For further information, see Southern Balm Pamphlet, to be had gratis at the Depot, 638 Broadway, where the medicines are sold, wholesale and retail; also by Wyattlt Ketchum, 121 Ful ton street. More Agents wanted throughout the United States and Ca nada. A leheral discount ,o dealers. n38 lm*r BLUIllHli fAr&lt. k)iW) UK A.MS BLOTTING PAPER, ofa superior quality, -4UU for .ale by I'ERSSE k BROOKS, ||^> imme 65 and 67 Na*sau street. MANGANESE. | rtfl CASES Superior Black Oxide of Manganese, juit re J. \J\7 ceived and for sale by PERSSE k BROOKS. n!9 Imme 65 and 67 Nassiu street BINDER'S BOARDS. 1 |\ TON'S BINDER'S BOARDS, of asuperior articlejust 1" received and for sale by PER8SE It BROOKS, n29 Imme g> and 67 Nassau street. OVr>KCuATS, (JLOAKS, kc.?A lurgt assortment Mens' ai.d Youths' Beaver Milled Cloth aud Pilot Overcoats, Cloaks, kc., lor sale ready made, at oar usual moderate price* WM. T. JENNINGS k CO. 231 Broadway. ul6 lmis* r American Hotel TO THE LADIES!! TO THE LADIES !!! LADIES having auy kind of cait off or (uperlluou* Clothing to dispose of, (either Ladies or Gentlemen,) oau obtain a t'dir cash price lor the same, by sending for the subscriber, at her residence, No. 69 Duane street, basement MRS. M. S. COHEN. P. 8.- A letter through the Post Office, or otherwise, will be punctually attended to. ul9 Im*rr STRAW BOARDS. inn TONS STRAW BOARDS, of a superior artiele JLUv/ jiut received and for sale by PERSSE Ik BROOKS, n29 Imme 65 aud 67 Naasau street. MUFFS! MUFFS! MUFFS! ' I H K U VUERSIQNH.D invite the attention of purcheseis 1 to their stock, which comprises a comple e assortment nf every variety, at very reduced prices, by the quantity or single one. Also, 151) dozen Natural and Lust*red Jrnnet 8kins, Coney ; Plate., kc. TKEDWELL k FROST. I nW lm*r Ml Pearl street. United States Hotel Building. PROPOSALS will he received uatil th? 15th December neit, at the Office ofthe New York and Harlem Rail Road Company, in White Plains, for Timber, for the superstructure ! ofthe Extension through Westchrster County. Specifications and blank proposal, will be furnished at the office November 17th. 1845. ulB 2wrc j MOHAWK AND HUDSON RAIL ROAD BONDS, I DATED IN 1887 AND I84-: NOTICE. U hereby given, that tin interest due and payable on'he above bonds on the 1st of December, 1W5, will be , pt-id at the Mechanics' B ink in the city of New Yorlc, on the resentatioo of'he coupons at .aid hai.lt, on ai d after the first roximo. Signed, E. FOSTER, Jr., Secretary. A.I o any, November 13th, 1BI5 n18 idt" in , PATENT PAPIER MAUH1E THAYS. ' ANEW ARTICLE, inelegant patterns, i* now offered at prices much lower than formerly. Also, ? su|>erior assort ment of Ivory Table Knives and Forks, in dozens and sets of II pieces, made equtl to those fi.r the Londou trade: Biown li Flatheis Braces and Bits, Ike., and a general stock ofTaoleand Pocket Cutlery, Saws, Razors, kc. The above are direct from the manufacturers, and are offered at low price*. BARTON BROTHERS, nfl MWFf'rc. l? PlaW street. DR. CASTLE AND EDWARDS, AUR1STS~~ tJQI BROADWAY-EXTRACT OO ML I cheerfully comply with the request of Lieutaiiant Mcintosh, to state that he was invalided home in consequence of total dealness and and discharges from the ear?that while id New York, on his way home, he placed himself order the pro fessional care of Dr.. Castle k Edwards, Anrista. Under their skilful treatment he recovered his hearing, and ha* returned to his military duty Signed. k.McNEV IN, Surgeon to H B. M. Forces, Jamaica. ACOUSTIC DROPS?A sure cur> cure for incipient deal lie*., pain, in and discharges from the ears, buzzing*, ringings or singing sounds, collect on* of hard w.ix, or vitiated secre tions of these organs. n 15 lm*ae MANGANESE. Q/U) BARRELS of the best Black Oxide of Manganese, for sale by PERSSE k BROOKS. o>4rh <M and 67 Niuan sireet LEFT OFF WARDROBE AND FURNITURE WANTED. flENTLBMRN and Families can obtain the full value lor v* all kinds of superfluous effects they wish to dispose of, such a* Ladies and Oentlemen'* Wearing Apparel, Fire Arms r urniture, kc. Oentlemen leaving or returning to the eity will Und it to their adrautarr to send lor the -.ubsc iber, who pledges himself to give a fmr price lor sll article* offered N B.?A line through the Post Office will be promptly at tended to T. LKVENSTYN, i'*7 Im mc ?lt Broadway, up stairs. LLEN OODWOHTH will commence a Private Dancing School at his reeidenee, Mo. <u Broome street, ou Mon day Oct. JOth. to continue during the sea*on, every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 3 P. M. lor Ladiea, and at 7 for Oentlemen For terms, lie. apply as above ollla'rre Ci U?L.II\U, ol the American ai ?r Nos. and IG Nassau street, h | tie 8onj> lor Captains and families, i I Upwards of 160 different d ?hes s HORN'S BOWLING SALOON AND RESTAURANT, 332 BROADWAY. THIS new and elegantly filled up establishment *?ill opeu on tlii< (Monday J evening, at 7 o'cloak, *t which time thr suhsciib* r would be pleased to mkat hi? friend* and the pub j lie generally. JA8. HORN, Jr. dl It'ui late of 368 Broadway. SARACEN'S HEAD, No. 12 Dry Street, New York. JOSEPH SMITH, late of Worcester, England, be** leave to inform hi* friend* and tha tuhlie. that he hiu Ot'ad up ilia liuu 'f in the mo*t neat and comfortable atyle. lie hna at all timet on h*nd the cho ce*t of Wine*, Liquor* and Seaarsjalso i London Urowu Srou', Sen'ck Ala and a Keunineglas* of Home Biewcd. In addition to his usual fare, he intaiida nervine up plates of Trine i>i tlie true Old Country atyle; together with ?ll other kinds of refreshments ususlly to befound iu an Eng lish Chop House, which he trusts will be gratifying to hi* friend* in general. Rooms ueatly fitted op for private parties; Lodging*, and on house better supplied with Old Country or Americau New* paper*. n28 lw*r BOARDING. A FEW Gentlemen with their funilie*, or tingle gentlemen only, can be accommodated with pleasant rooms with board, during the w.uter, at No. 57 Broadway, a few doors below Trinity Church. 1'h French and Spanish language.* are both constantly ?pokeu iu thr house, thus affording one of the best opportuni ties to such gentlemen a* may wish to l>efect them*elre* in tba *aid languages. For further |<articulars, plenseeuquire as above. nU 2w*rc TURTLE SOUP FOR EXPORTATION. / 1 OSLING, of tha American and French Dining Silnon, t M? "-J" * Itas always re^dy Green Tn: put up in tin boxes. served up daily for dinner from 12 M. till 5 l*. M ; the best of the markets; all knit* of game, (Sic., for prices which suit everybody. He hs* I tely erected u uiarhine whereon dinnei lor 200 persons can he in two minutes prepared. Has famous buckwheat cakes. Every arrangement is made for the coinlort ol the v siters. HisSa loou is open from U A. M. till 9 P. M.t (except the first day iu the week till 3 P. M.) My sou, Hi my Gosling, ha* erected at a great expens*, a similar establishment in Boston, Mass.. No. 16 Devonshire st. Very thankful for the encouragemeut bestowed on me for the last live years, aud in the hope of a citutiuu.iuce, 1 have the honor to call myself your moit obedient resliura'eur, n27 Im'rc L. GOSLING. UNITED STATES HOTEL, Pennsylvania Avenue, IVaihington City, D. C. T^HE PROPRIETORS of this uew, large tud modern built J- establishment, res|>ei tfully tender their thai.ks tothe pub lic for tha liberal support they have given, and confidently anti cipate an increasing popularity from the efT.ru of the under signed to the public accommodation. The house is situ ite an the Avenue, on the promenade side, between Third and Four and a- Half streets, convenient to the Railroad Uepot. and the . Capitol. It i* capable of accommodating three hundred guests. Iu nil in parts it hat recently audergone a central improvement for the winter's season. The parlors and ladies' apartment* h .ve been elegantly furnished?the ladies' ordinary tastefully j refitted; iu 'eed in every division of the house UM primary I consideration has been to adapt it to the comfort of our patrons. The dining hall is one of the most commodious and best light | ed. by day uud uight, in the Union. Our train of servants are i polite, active, obedieut, and well disciplined. Briefly, we con ; ndeutly challenge the judgment of a discriminating public in ! all the essentials required to render > public house a home to ? the traveller. Charges as heretofore, $1 50 per day. Permanent boarders \ taken at a fair discount, iu consonance with the spirit of the time*. TYLER 8t BIRCH. I The "Express" will please copy every other day for three ! weeks, and tend bill toT> ler 8t Birch. n25 3m eod*rc I ' CLINTON HOTEL. THE PROPRIETORS of this Hause are now prepared to make arrangements with families or single gentlemen to ; Board for th ? winter. i "28 2weod*rc HODGES it WALKER. I CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA j CAROLINA HOTbL, BROAD STREET. ; n^HE SUBSCRIBER deems it but proper to inform his o, I A friend* and customer*, and the travelling public generally ' that he still coutinue* to caterfor their comfort and accotnmo i datinn, and would be happy to receive their favors. The Carolina Hotel is now be ter prepared for the reception | of travellers, espei ially families, than at any former period, and ' the closest and most particular attention will be paid to all who may favor him with their patronage. Omnibus-res will be in attendance at the various thor-ugh fires to ? onvey pasvugers to his house, and ready at all timet to take them thence to the railroad, nteamjucke's, stc. ANGUS STEWART. O" Dinner and private parties attended to as usual. o29 ltaw4w*r . FRENCH, AMERICAN, AND ITALIAN RES TAURANT. IONOR PALMO respectfully informs his patrons and the public, that he has opened a Restaurant, at ni* well known and popular old stand, adjoiug the Opera House He will *erve Breakfasts. Dinners and Suppers, in the French. American uud Italian style, at all hours, and in a maimer unsurpassed by ' any similar establishment in the citf. SiguorPalmo trusts that many ef his old friends will kindly remember his peculiar abilities as a caterer tor epicure*. A dinner of three dishes at choice, with half a bottle of claret or ale. porter, kc. may be had daily for J?W cent* only. His bill of fare will comprise all the choice dishes of the season, at the lowest prices, and served in the best manner. N. B.?Hot and cold Balht supplied at the above eatablish j ment as usual. F. PALMO, n!2 Im'r 39 Chambers st. JUST OPENED. S1 COLUMBIA HOUSE, CHESNUT STREET, Between Sixth and Seventh Street*, PHILADELPHIA. BAGLEY, MACKENZIE 8i CO., Proprietors. JAMES BAGLEY. late of Jones'Hotel. HENRYC.MACKEN/.IK, formerly of WashingtonHonse PETER L. FEROUSQN. *2-1 2mrc . ABBEY HOTEL. rPO LET?ThaFuruiture, Fixtures, lie., he., for sale. The J; premises are in good order and the Hotel in successful oper ation. The Proprietor havingimade arrangements to go South, will sell hi* interest on reasonable trims Mr. Van Hensst laer would return many thanks for the libe ral patronage bestowed upon the Abbey, for the past season, and would solicit a continu&ncee of it for th. ensuicg fall and winter. He is prepared to furnish Dinners and Suppers for in dividuals or tor partiea ou short untico* His labia and bar are supplied with the best the markets afford. For the accommo ? datiou of parties a room and good music w ill be ready for those i who may wish to enjoy the *ame. i Bi,iominopalf. Hoad, 102(1 atreet, N.Y., Nov. 1845. 1 n6t fr Highland Cottages. VIEWS, witli gronnd plans, of the H'gfilaud Cottages at Roxbury, near Boston, designed and erected by Wm. B. | Land?for tale at the stores of Saxton and Miles, Wiley Ik. Pot j nam, M. H. Newman, Roe Leckwood h Son; and other book i stores in New York, Pbil?delphia and Boston. n> 7w*r HOTtL DES DEUX FRERES. Boar-ding and Rooms on the Euroirean Plan. WHICH is more convenient, comfortable and economical than any other plan for travellers, and merchants whosr i biisiues* requre them to be absent frequently. The quiet and healthy location of th* hotel, opposite Duane : park, retired from the noise, bustle and confusion of great tho | roughfares, yet adjacent thereto, and all the steamboat land i ings, presents the moat desirable resideuce. 168 Duane st, op posite Duane park. nil tin* BKOWN'S INDIAN qUEEN HO I EL. THK PROPRIETOR of this loug established Hotel, take* occasion, respectfully, to apprise his old friend* and tl>e public generally, that in a determination to k?ep lull pace with the s|>mt of enter ne now prevalent in his line, he has, within the Inst few months, had his spacious establishment thoroughly overhauled throughout. That, without regard to piins or ei peuse, he has added to his sulendid accommodations another new Ladies' Ordinary and Ladies' Diawiug Room, fronting oj Pennsylvania Avenue, both of which are elegantly executed iu fresco. This Drawing Room is very inaguificentl* lurnislied in every particular in the most modern style, *nd has elicited the high adiniratiou ol the handreds who have visited it. Ad joining this Drawing Room, are several new and delightful chambers, also handsomely furnished.aud so arranged that they can be made entirely private from tvcry other part of the house. With these improvements, he confidently believes that his es tablishment cannot be eicelledin any part of t!i? l!nited States, aud he respectfully solicits a continuance of that patronage which lias been for *a many years exteuded to "Brown's in dinn Queen." JESSE BROWN. Washington City. Nov. 11,1815. nl< 8wrc NATIONAL. HOTEL, Washington City D C. IMIE PKOI'RIKTOR of this line Hotel, formerly known a> X Gadsby'l. but now generally called Coleman's Hotel, de sires to return his thanks to his friends and the travelling por tiou of the co in in 'in i ty generally, for the favors which they h ive bestowed upon nun since he opeued his establishment, and t? assure them that he willipare uo exertions to render hit house worthy ol the patron&ye of which he has already re reived so liberal a share. The house having been, during the summer, thorough]? painted and refitted, is now in lirat rate order for the reception of travellers or resident*; and the proprietor respectfolly soli cits a continuance of past favors on the part of visitors to Washington, or reiident* during the session of Congres*, be lug conliueotthat they will alway* find comfortable lodgings the best on the table thst the market affords, end attentive and polite waiters. S. ? COLEMAN. Washington City, September. IMS. sS ImilBtWis jgb PACKET^SHIP SARTELLE, from New Orlesns, is dis charging at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall street. Consig nees will please attend to the receipt of their goeds immedi ately u28 IMPORTATION OF WATCHES. HAVINGjust received from Europe, with a new assortment of fine Gold and Silver Watches snd Movements, * lot of Independent Seconds, and double time Wstches and Move ments, of an entirely new style and of superior finish, we take tins opportunity to call the attention of all persons in the watch business to visit our stock, which, in every respect, will be fouud advantageous, both for price and quality DELACHAUX k MAIRE. No. 127 Kulton street, New York. P. 8?Engaged also in the watch making business, we con tinue to attend to the repairing of all kinds of watches, and par ticula'ly those of fine and difficult works. nl4 lm*tn WATCHES!?WATCHES AND JEWELRY.?Those who wish to purchase Oold or Silver Watches, Oold Chain*, Oold Pencils, Key*, Ice., will find it gre-tly to their advautage to call on the subscriber, who is selling all descrip tionsof the above at retail uiucli lower than auy other house in the city. Oold Watches as low n*S2A *ud fZieach. Watch es aud Jewelry exchanged or bought All watches war/anted to keep good time, or the money refunded. O. 0. ALLEN, Importer of Watches aud Jewelry, Wholesale aud Retail, 51 Wall street, nl2 lm'rc upstair*. .tfOTHECAHlES' HjiLL, 38 CATHERINE ST. . . .,r,r>.^..,?.8TABUSHED 1M0. ALL MEDICINES in this Establishment warranted geua ine. No boys or inexperienced young men are ever al lowed to wnt on customer*. The finest Sweedish Leeches for sale orapplied by an experienced person. WM WATSON, Chemist and Pharmaceutist. from A. Oarden's,

s30 lm'r T78 Oxford street. London. MACHINE bELTlNU. ~~ GOODYEAR'S PATENT METALLIC RUBBER MACHINE BELTING. AN ARTICLE of great strength and durability, can br adapted to all kuida or machinery for which leather is used; font* about one third less, and is superior to it in many respect*. It is unaffected by heat or cold, and when adjusted to machine ry does not require alteration aa is the case with leather For sale by GEO. BEECHER, . u , . , 100 Broadway. Belts of given lengths and thickness made to order. nn2t 9m*m SOLAR LAMPS, CHANDELIERST GIRANDOLES' TEA TRAYS, lie. THK SUBSCRIBER haejast opened a splendid assortment ?. of So ar Lamps of various paReros; Suspending and Bracket Solars; Chandeliers with from en* to five lights; Oilt snd Bronzed Girandoles, of entire new patterns, trimmed with English prisms ofthe finest lustre, iu sets and pairs. Also, an assortment of Japanned Tea Tray*, of Gothic and ovsl p?ttern*, which he offer* for aale at wholesale and retail, upon the moit reasonable terms. ,?? i JOHN \y. MORGAN. M ? ... . 'wlton street one door east of Broadway. PI. B- Wanted at the above establishment, a good journey- I man l?m, milter. nil lm*mr ABKAHAM kastor. IMPORTER 399 Broadway, ha* received by late arrival*,the newest sty la* of * rmges and Lace Gimps, Trimmings for Cloaks and Mantilla*, very rich t hread Lace Capes, low neek Capes and Thread Lace Berths, Veil* and Sleeve*. Thread LaceCoHar* and Cuffs, and agieat variety ofblack Silk Lace* anil Thread Lacee, Fancy Article*, lie., which he offer* fot sale at wholesale and retail. n4 im'rc W! # 'f ABItlBiCMKWTS. COMPUMENTARV CONCERT. WE th# undersigned. and other.. being dejiroua to teatUf to Mr A 1? ?ATERSON, editor of the Anglo Amen tia of ihueity, our ?en.e "f hi* w"a and per.everi.,g xe.l in th. c u? of L and t?.? fine art. "dofc^hv dor ol In* judgment wheu commenting on th. same, do Mlky rr?tecifn I I y iuriw our friend. of the prof.Miou ama.tew. of UAY'fiVtlfNoVTocTo^Vt^L Coliseum, 450 Bioad ^?YfJ5YhV^e".f . M may be deeu.e.1 tifdifiil lor carrying our wi.he* lutoenee. a, o?.s. A DODWORTH,> ofthe T. UOODWIN. I Phil. Society. A BOUCHER, I H.C.TI-VlM. ) D O E'llENNE. KDWARO HODGES, L. B. WYMAN, Pre.. S.M. 8. A. KEIFF, J.A.KYLE, t,-m H OTTO. dl " m? MR. BROUOH respectfully auiiouuc.s to ln? frieudl Md the public, thai his H-n.lit.Mid la?isppeanui.e? bullone, I will uk. Place it tb. Par< Theatre, eu W?ane?day 33 when will be performed ilie Uvorite old tngli>h Upera 01 LOVE IN A VILL.AUK, in winch Mis. Uelcy, Mr Oardi ner rt.id Mr. Brouifh will appear. Alter which a Comedy, in which ? young American Lady will nuke her nrst ! npiw iiance on any .tag.. B.n Book now opau. uJU 3t" "' 1 PRIVATE THEATRICALS. A NUMBER of youug tneu luting unocialed for the pur p<ne of giving a repie.?nlU!on ol a aerie. ofplay., anil I >itlblishinc a p.imaueut " Uraniatic Society, would luvite i either ladi.* or geotlemen of similar tyt. aud feeling, '''P"1'1 I them. Term., which arc moderate, made known upou aj M'^'a* | If*,, to -V D * ,-ollioe of V.spres. or Herald." nM 4t?r I ~~ UUMJlilli, VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL. MISS J. L. NOR I HALL ha. the houor to announce tint her Fir.t Concert iu thu> city will take place at the A, ol I |i> Rooms, Broadway, on Wediie.day Eveuiug next. Dec^3d, 184j on which occaaion the will be aa.l.ted by the following distinguished nrtisU:? i MKS. E LODER, SlONOR Dfc BEGN1S, Hit fiiat appearance tin. leajou. MR. J. A. KYLE, MR. H. MARKS Bv perm??Mon of Mr. Mitchell, and MR H. C. TIMM, Who will preaiile at the Piano f orte. inrTicketa One Dollar-To be had at the prlucipal Mu.ic Stor.a, and at the door on the eveuiug ol the Conceit. Coucert to commence at >_oVl?cJt. "" " CONCERTS,' 8(>IR.EE8, Jsc. Mr. AND MRS. COLLINS, (the popular voc*li?t?,> are prepared to receive engagements for Concert., Soiree., kc., during the forthcoming leiuou. ftir?. C. alio acta us 1'iaiu.t, and can be eugued lor prnste Cotilliou Partie.- Kurther particular. on application to MRS NEWTON. Teacher of the Piano Forte B7 im*r and Smgiug. ?"1X Or and ?treet. GRAND CHRISTMAS BALL. rp HE KIR8T GRAND EXCLUSIVE I- ANCY DRESS 1 BALL of the Miuerva Society, will be held^at th- Mi uerva Kooms, No. 406 Broadway, ou THURSDAY IChrut ""he^ommr'tee'?n^un'ounc ing thi?, (the only ?>*Jl to he gi?en by the above Society tlii. ae*ion.) would inform their frijind and tho?e who atteuded their ball. last Y'M- 1'??? they have made such arrnngemeiiU a* enable* them to earn re to all wm I may favor them with theircompauy.B moitagreeable erening * t"Mr'wTllace'. umiralled Quadrille Band ha. b"n,eng>ged lor the rccaaion. dUtaw td? Tufc 1 h rc t THE NEW YORK HIGHLAND GUARD BALL ! 1I71LL take place at NIBLO's SALOON on > RID AY W Evening. "Oec. 19, IMS. Tickets may be obtained uf Captain Craig, M4 Pearl sireet; Lieut. A. Eagl?on, "<2 waVi Lieut. Henry Parson., 548 Broadway. l.h* following member, of the Committeej-Lieut. K L lar*e, l? Br..adway: Mr. Robert Orr. 13 Eaat Eleventh ?tt?et. Mr. J. II. Irish, 175 Bowery; O. 8. Bridgewood, 21Sixth street, Mr. J.B. Livingston, 66 East Broadway; or at Niblo a baloon^ THE ANNUAL BALL ~~ OF THE SCOTTISH OUARD will be tMven at NiB LO'S, TUESDAY Evening, Dec 2d;?Dodworth ?"'?? 1 brated cornet band will be iu attendance. Ticket. ma> be pro i ' Co-M.TTK-C.pt. A. C. Cartle, Ml ^^Vis^cklr Leod No. 1 Courtlandt sireet; Lieut. Mc,Lt^yl,ll6(.^r^huBh street; l^r. Muster Linen, 174 tulton street; P. M. Clirehugh, C9 Lnueuard street; Serg t 1 hom??; Serg t Haig, 1(10 Mercer nr^Tserg't William Wallace, 27th sireet; Mr_ Forre.t, 120 Centre sireet; Alexander Da'rymple, 393H Broadway. I Mr. O. Kobertson will suoennteud tig ?g5-1NOHAM. d30 3ti.*mc Secretary N V. 8. Q..3W Broadway. ! SIXTH ANNUAL liALL OF THE WASHING TON RIFLEMEN. THIS COMPANY will give it? Sixth Annual Ball Iit the Coliseum, No. 450 Broadway, on Mondaj evening, De ?Tlie Committee in making the airangemenU, have engaged i lor the occasion Dodworth'. unrivalled "and, Mid will endeavor I to make this Ball the mo.t .plendid affair of the f Tickers can be obtained of the under.igued, Committee ol qSFlC,m*&hwar?w..lder, Serg. H Mwnf.SP?k IU?w. 9 and 11 East Broadway. Serg^B.Jt. Eitel, reck Bin. Lt" ue'sueT0'1'70 C'iry" Mr-T. W?W.rth, 50 Chatham Ku.i^n E. Vitt, r Avenue atreet. niT5tVc RARE SPORTS on the BEACON COURSE. A FOX CHASE will come off on the above Connie on Thursdiy, Dec. 4th, weather permitting, otherwise on the fii.r lair day. A number of Foxe. vv0lf wili commencing at 12 of . oon. Al.o at 3 ai clock a line Woll vuh he let loose for a cliue. One or more fine Deer will be in in field, to conclude the .port, of the day. . j.. Any pi'rsou having one or more Greyhounds, tint w< uld like to enter them for the Deer chwe, will 1'le|"e VHn??i befoie Tucday evening at 9 o'clock, at Jone. Hotel, 31 rar* R Admittance to Club Stand SO cenU; to Pavilion 25 cenU; to Field fctand 12^? cents. ? . , Un.u) ?? p - Cash will be paid for live l-o*e? at Jone. Hotel, i^.r Row. ? THOMAS HOLMbS rsS"? '"^Mliivrco. No a w.n.. WANTED IMMEDIATELY. ?eerttiBicure for thi. har ru.iug coagh, and inlluenla?go to Dr. W. H. Miln r. corner of Broadway and John .treet, and get a bottle or Dr, Swiyue'i Syrup of Wild Cherry: we have tried U. a d are prep lied to .ay, that in nine ca.e? out of ten a single ^"^will cur-. Try it. ?il khvIAN WANTED?A first rate hand, accu.tomed to the Broadway trade, and well acquainted with lace., 8tc- ApP'ZtER ROBERTS. 373 Broadway. - WANTED, ~~~ , i C5UBSCRIBERS?At CLARKSk STEVAN'S I-ree Agen S cy and Temperance Intelligence. 95 IJuane Broadway, where they can have good faithful ?ervant?, witn 1 out any charge, and al.o with a. little dehy a. po..ible,ci>ok?, a aitert, Icc otrvrf description and of good moral chaj^cur. ' A first rate (jook on hand at 9i Duane .treet. ?20 lm*rh ~ WANTED, | FREE TEMPERANCE 1NTEL-LIOEN<if,?fJ.1^?;, , 1 BROADWAY, (between Broom and Grand .ueet.J 47On wher. .errant, and a?si?tnnU, of every capacity,both male and female, are furni.hed r*EB to employera. ' Tin characters of all, offering for aituatiou., wtll be strictly e\ mined b.fore they leave the office, and none but the hooait. 1 sober, indnurioas and capable one. recommended or allowed ,0w5m"eV??SriuyU?dkoy. wi.hing employment of any kind who ran prove, .ati?factonly, th? above character, t.ii.1 good sitU'tions?no other, need apply. p19 m JAMES A. SWAIN, CASH TAILOR, 3 5*4 Broadway, n<9 lm'rc CARLTON HOUSE. TOKAGE FOR CORN, GRAIN ANu FLOUR. CToHAOC for fifty thousand bushels Corn or Grain, sad | >?- twenty thousand barrels Flour, can be had in the Brick Stores five minutes' walk from South Ferry, Brooklyn, on very moderate terms There is a good pier adjoining these premises, and sufficient depth of water for the largest cl?sa ships. | Apply to CHADBORN He CO., on the premises, i n28 lm*r FAISCY BOXES FOR BONBONS. HAVING just received a . pleudid assortment of Fancy Boi'i from Paris, the dealers in same articles are invited to call and examine th?articles, which are offered at lower pri ces than they ever were imported for. brun LA ROSIERE k COURT, n2!> lm*rh 116 William street. THE PLUMBE NATIONAL DAGUERR1AN GALLERY AND PHOTOGRAPHIC DEPOT, BROADWAY, upper corner of Murray, over Ten : ?til nev's jewelry store, awarded the Medal, four " First ! Premiums" nnd two " Highest Honors," at the Exhibition at Boston, New York and Philadelphia, respectively, for the best pictures and apparatus ever exhibited. Plumbe's Premium Cameras, Instructions, Plates, Cases, ke ; 1 forwarded to any desired point, at lower rates than by any oth- ? <'r mangfactorT. oC 2mDkW*mc DAGUERREOTYPE i GENERAL FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT AND AGENCY FOR THE SALE OF | VOIQTLAENDER'S APPARATUS. BESIDE8 anew supply of the above Apparatus, the subscri bers have received best Plates, Chemicals and Polishing . substances, and the newest improvements in the Art. lustrnc- , , timisgiveu in the Art, and orders from every part of the conn- ' try promptly attended to, by addressing (post-paid) to W k flangenheim, Philadelphia Exchange. LANGENHEIM It BECKERS, oS Inulkw'rc New York. 201 Broadway. FIRST PREMIUM DAGUERREOTYPES. P. HAAS, DAQUERREANARTIST, 2NM Broadway, corner of Rkade Street, Lafargk Building. MR. H. hrs received the Medal at the late Fair of the Ame rican Institute, fir Pictures executed by himself, and not purchased nor done by hired operators; tlio public, therefore, cau at all times depend upon obtaining the same style of Por traits, from the sina lest to the largest sixes, which cannot he surpassed for beauty or accuracy. Instruction given in the Art ou reasonable tenns. i>27 lm*;e rAKS?SEGA RS?BA RGAIN S. f|MIE SUBSCRIBERS having lately pnrchashed an eilen J. sue stock of Hegars, by order of Assignees, lie., are now enabled to offer greater bargains than ever, at prices mnch lowerthan the cost of manufacture or importation?amongst them are several lots exceedingly desirable. For sale at the Wholesale Svgar Emporium, 1M Wall street, up stairs. nilmV KENNKTH k LAVERTY. HASTINGS' COMPOUND 8YRUP OF NAPHTHA THE TRIUMPH COMPLETE!! Notwithstanding the short time dnnu which tlit invaluable medictae has beau before the American public, its specific properties and virtues have unequivocally proved it to be not only the most reliable but also unfailing rrmedv in all affections prescribed to be withia it* legitimate c ntrol. Unlike mauy vaunted articles advertised, the Naph- , 1 tha Syrup ia not put forth as a auccedeuum for every ailment, a remedy for every disease; but for its aatonishing lowers, possessed by no other medicament within the range of the I . Pharmacopoeia, in allaying irritation or inflammation of the > mucous coatings, and stimulating the brouchii to action; in I its remarkable virtues aa an expectorant and an alterative, and 1 1 above all for ita wonderful property of ARRESTING THE formation OK TUBERCLE, I Aud breaking down Pulmonary disease when established. All 1 inquirers are referred to numerous recent eases which will be 1 cheerfully furnished at the office of the agency. The expeneuce of Dr. Hastings, and more reeeatly six cues of cure (vide Lou- j don Lancet) effected by n xealons fellow laborer. Dr. Hocken, of Loudon, ire sufficient of themselves to convince the tinior- ; oua or skeptical of the perfect curability by the above remedial agent of tkat justly dreaded disease, rhtnisis Pulmonalis or < Tubercular Consumption. Let uonedeapair. For sale by MOORE k CO., the American Agents, 41 Aon street, and Elliott, 173 DIVISION STREET, op posite Ludlow, New York. Price $1 ? bottle?Six bot tle* for n8 Imje JW. THORN It k CO., Produce and Flour Merchant, III | a Broad (Met- oilec I AMUgEJOKlVTS. H.KK THUi&'lliX. Monday KvenlitK. D???ul)tj I, Will be r*rfonned. 7/: &J- ?r?a? Otto*?r . Vw'h l??U?? ??? ?? ? ? ? .Mr S I far on AC'" D.ley \v ? ? ? v v ?Ml" Moii p , ? After which. ru de 9?t?yird, by the two Mi*. Vxllen. aw*...??'tWflfc. at 7?o>lo?kn *' ? c'ot^' U1* t^o C?rt;ii willri.e praci.ely W- JACKSON... M ANAOER AND PROPRIETOR. Mo.JVU* **????*, Of-ocmbar I, he wrorDWM to MMncc with Matthgw EHm^'.*8ACR!> ,C"; Mr , _ ?tLo Maritar*t i-liiniiri M?h? C Hl" iitrtnuie d? W?. .7 * ? Conclude with L'ron SONU NO SUPPER. Margaretta... ? ?? ? ?......Mr C Hill Door* will nrwi hi h?lf pvt < the mrt?i? 'Hint,., y UHKKA HOUwk: 1 Monday, Dcc>mb?r l?t. POSITIVELY THE LAST WEEK s e r e?n 'ahd E R a M?ELHAMTwHI,fElARhLVOTON' Admiition 'I\venty-Five Cent* 10 AM. tin 5 rUMCaU b" ,ecur,d " the Box Office from Door. Oltil at 7?Ooncfft at 7^ nVU-l, nJ0 ,mc OP E N IN G ? ORASD OBRBUS OPERA, PALMO'S OPERA HOUSE nt Gt-rman OM.uia. . t v-1J 1,1 r ?i-r ^ J" t",d* V ? ???*? they ire pr,,duc?d at the grMt the,t?.' /f?1,pirtm*"V* 2sr wm fcWtaww&Jta Hi'SK mm D.iiu'r^o Baiso. HERR r funii a* Secondo Tenore. HKKR scS'k Vr ;? ??"dS gj"?' 8UJ H f -v^r-ri V- , lco Ba"? mon" etSSne >tor of ,he 0rche,tra HERR A. W. HERO, $ Chora. maitert. ?'r*ctwr of ,he ?P?? HERR F. MEYER. Prom,itex",'er HERR R. RIESE. KallO compo.ed by THIRTY ?IX *Miu 5 iV^'' OeotlemM. ' "* be compo.ed of f orty Ladir, and MnZjniv1 n"*011 ?J the German Opera will open on MONDAV, D?emher Ith-Wi DNESDAY? Totiv^and ? * p D E R F R E IS C HUT Z zrMF'ty i?&8s,vn'v" w,l?" Uttokar, I Bohemian Prince Herr R Rieie teSTiSS?::: Max. tecoiid Rai ver " "h'?^ w n t ^ KimBridwrnatd?"V.V.* r7J" o,InI,T?ro'c LocU AM Price, of Admiuion? First Tier and Parquette *t Second Tier prSZlv0""1 M7 o cloc''"P'tfurma'n'ce'to cominen'cat lo'cH i n30 v ? , AliHAittlU, No- 559 Broadway, (between Spring and Printe.) INCREASED ATTRACTION ! enlireSmtSr ?f'he Al,mmra h" ,he ho"<" to aunounea tl.e PALMO'S ETHIOPIAN OPERA COMPANY ' nr ii v Monday Kvenln^, Dec. 1st. en.uUd Taken from the be'iutTftl O^raof Terra?,,n"' with all the or^aal Ma?c! 't^ p?,ieded by . grand vocal concert n P^ormance to commence at 7? Admi..ion 25 cenu. netTTThark^frin.')""" ?''era W,U be ?,ro<1<*ced onThnnidaj JOHV TBvnvBOVVJ?aV CIKCUS. t"" JOHN TRY ON LE88EE AND MANAGER. JOHN GOSSWa ... mr (rirsiRo^f ?m" ^'VlCHO^rs8,,Hk*rkarelnf Character* on Horiebaek ' fim rnitTt gf't(h^0eLw8f;odn,ph.?'t ?'h" ,bf^e CHKMNI'T STREET TUEATKk. w w a? PHILADELPHIA " B tTt" inn Ma?a?? URST APPEARANCE OF MR. VANDENHOFF. Will k Evening, December 1, ARCH HTHBIT THKATRki'. " Act,? Ma??..rH!LAI>ELrH,A- Mr _ "M? ?**"?? 1I1..:v.-.:-.Mi: h.^^,7. Monday Evening, December 1, *ii?t nifht: of' A* Riimantic Ballet of Wi,K n.? k LA JfLKlJR UK CHAMPS. 8cenery Uret?ei ApfK)intirent? Dancei and Mhmc. Champ,?Ml,. Lee. i\* ? wney Wilhama ii Looney McTwolter T%r^r^8.-^'&i)L^ANK>o?T-D,TM T CARD. Arch street theatre, Philadelphia-Mi?s ma RY ANN LEE has the honor Co announce her Benefit, which will take place on Wedresdsy Evening, the 3d Dec., when a great variety will be offered. dl 4t*rc ua CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS. GRAND BAZAAR AT~~THE PHILADELPHIA MUSEUM. 1H E large Saloon and Galleries of the Philadelphia Mme . um will be handsomely decorated and fitted up, for the puipoie of holding therein during the Uiriitmaa Holiday*, a Grand Bazaar for the tale and exhibitmK of useful and fancy articles. The Saloon will be divided into compartment*, which will be let to Storekeeper*, Tradesmen, and others, who feel dis puted to have auxiliary establishments for tne sal* of Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Book*, Music, Stationery, Confectiona ry, Toys, lie. lie. i'he Bazaar will be continually enlivened by n full and effi cient bind of music, whilst other and varied entertainments will, from time to time be introduced; in fact nothing shall be wantiug to render it what it i* designed to be, emphatically the "Lion of the Holidays.'' None will be admitted as deal ers hut such as will vie with others in the variety and display of their goods. The Bazaar will open on Monday,Dec. 23d, and continue day and evening un'il New Years' Ni-ht. Tenons desirous of procuring stands will please make ap plication between the hours o( two and five o'clock, P M., at the office of the Museum, where a plan ofthe arrangement may be seen, and any further information obtained. New York dealers desirous of competing with their neigh bors of Philadelphia can have an opportunity to do so by ma king application as above. This undertaking, so novel in its character, and in the largest and most splendid room in the Union for such a purpose, cannot fail to be profitable to all who embark in it. Application must be made at an early period in roder to ensure an apartment or a stand nil 2w gbz GYMNASIUM, No. 29 ANN STREET. WM. FULLEK respectfully informs the Gentlemen of New York and vicinity, that bis Gymnasium is now open for the reception of pupil*. W. F. respectfully calls the atteution of the faculty, parent* and guardiaks, toward* this establishment, v hich ne assures will be conducted in the strict* est manner. Sparriiig taught as umal. W K. has made an arrangement with Mr. Hamilton, teacher of the Ame'ican and Kreuch Broad Sword, alio the Small Sword and Musket Exercise. Terms moderate. nJ7 2w*rh FIFTEEN HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARD ri^HE above Reward of Fifteen Hundred Dollars will be JL paid for the recovry of the sum of Seven Thousand Nine Hundred Dollars, stolen from Myron Van Deusen, of the city uf Hudson, N. Y., on the uiglit of the 4th October last, while on his passage from Hud ton to the city of New York, in the steamboat Booth America ; or a proportionstn sum for such part of *aid money as may be recovered and restored to the subscribers, on application to either of them. The money was contained in a small carpet baf, which ws* taken from the berth ol'aaid Van Deuaen, and found the next day in the wheel-house of the boat, cut and rifled of it* con lent*. It consisted of bill* of varioua denominations and of se reral bai ka, as near a* can be remembered, a* follow* SI200 in a'* and ID'* of the Oneida Bank. *1000 in rt and It's principally of the Pine Plain* and Kinder took Bank., f 1000 in bill* of various denomination*, ofthe Farmer*' Bank >f Hudson. SUMO, or about that sum, of the bill* of the Phenix Bank of fUrtf'ord, and ether Eaateru Money SM4 in billg of the Hudaon River Bank, nearly all in JO dollar >ills. The balance of the money was iu bills of Western bank* of hia State. New York, Nov. tlat, IMS. AUG. E. MASTERS, lit Pearl st. GEORGE H. ELLERY, I William st. THEOPHS. P. HART, U Cedar st, Committee for Anignee* of Myron Van Deusen. n!3 lm'r TlEN'MONI.ALL WHO Dp.HIKC. fKAKLY WHlTK TEETH?My unrivalled ROSE TOOTH PASTE ia ?niveraally sought after for the pearly whiteness it gives to the reeth, withont the slightest injury. For sale, wholeiele nnd retail, at JULES HAUEL'8. Practical Chemist and Perfumer, W South Third street, Philadelphia, ind by my af*Ma:-J. B. Jacouemod, No. 4la Broadway, F.A. VrtauH. Laiayette Bazaar, No*. H9 and ljl Broadway, A. Willard, 8. W. corner of Cedar and William street*. Premium* awarded at the K ranklin Institute. nM lm'rc LATEST IKTBLUGEMK BY THE MAILS. (jO> The Southern Mail ajain failed last night- - There is now two mail* due through from New Or leans, and one from the eeat'of government. DR. SWAYXE'4 COMPOUND sV!! I P OF W r HIERRY, Tfr; on\T '.EME!>'< . C O iN S U lYI P T 1 O N. Colds, Coughs, Spitting of blood, Bronchitis, Difflculry of Bresthinr. Aatlirnn. Pain iu the Side and Breast, Whioung C'.ugh, Croup. aud all Dis orders of th- Liv?r, and Loafs, Broken Coustitution, kc , Ice. 'T'HIS "Celeb-*t*d Remnle." has now, by its intrinsic vie A tues, acquired a celebrity which can never be shaken by the many quack "Nosiruins" with which (hr country aboui da. The public are faat learning that th a it the only remedy that c in bo relied upon lor the speedy ami permanent cure of ?11 Diseases ofihe Lungs. It is literally sweeping Consumption frmii the land; -herever if is iniroduo-d mid becomes kuown, all others dwindle into insignificance. The public have been 'humbugged" loug enough, and now resort toa mediciue which the testimony of the moat emiirent physiciau* iu th- lind ha* placed beyond the reach of criticism It requires no bolstering up, by publishing columns cf forged certificates?but it is enongfi to let the public know wli<re it can be obtained, and one tiial will convince all of its great efficacy iu raring tho^e distressing diseases above named, which have baffled the skill of f lie most learned Practitioners for ages herrtofuie DR hWAYNE'S COMPOUND SYRUP OF WILD CHEiiRY was the first preparation from that valuable tree which was ever introduced to the public, and ample pro 'l is afforded of its success by the country beini; flooded with 'Btl_ sains.''Csndies, and'Mixtures' of W ild Cherry, not one "f which is p.-en? red by a regular physician, althnagh they h v have a??umed the names of respectable physicians ro give cur rency to their "Nostrum*." Therefore the public should be on their guard, and not have a worthless mixture palmed upou them for the original and genuine preparation, which is only prep 1 red by DR 8WAYNE, N. W. corner of Eighth and Use streets, Hiil.-.delphia. A fresh sui ply has just been received and for sale by Dr. W. H Milnor, corner of Broadway and John street; R. A Sands, Church Dispensary, 188 Bowery,enruer Sprint; E. B. Warner, 205 Bleecker corner Minette; Johu B Dodd, 771 Broadway cor of9th street; Lewis St Lane, SfT 'Greenwich street; John C. Hart, 348 (iraud street, corner of Norfolk street; Horace Eve rett, 96 Hudson corner Leonard street; Wm Bailey, corner , Kulton and 8~nd streets, Brooklyn; M k M L Cook, cor Pios pect and Bridge streets. Brooklyn; and Benj Olds 278 Broad street, Newark, N J; Haviland, Keese It Co., No,SO Maiden Lane, and Hoadley.Phelps k Co., 142 Water street, I\ew York. nW lmeod*r TO THE PUBLIC. GIVE MY ARTICLES A TRIAL AND JUDGE FOR YOURSELF. I WARRANT them all to be as represented, or the mrnev refunded. MY EAU LUSTRAL HAIR RESTORATIVE This universally approved aud admired article, f ee from dr dent spirits, pungent essential oil, ind other desti active mate ri"Is. cleans the hair expeditiously, renders it beautifully bright, and imparts to it the delicate fragrance of the flowers.? Hsir washed with this Kitract soon becomes pleasingly soft and luxuriant in its growth ; and it will positively bring iu new hair on bald heads by ita use, aud hair that has been made harsh, aud is turning grey or falling out, by the use of spirit or ether improper preparations, will soon be restored to its uatural co lor and brilliancy by a lew applications ol the Eau Lastral. lt is a preservative against baldness, and an infallible care in all afTections of the skin on the he-id, as dandruff? and for pre venting the falling off of the hair and turning grey. It is the simple produce and immed ate extract of some plants salutary for uie hair, endowed with properties so highly cleansing that it disengages the Epidermis and Cyiillary tube* of the corrsive action of the Perspiration, and of the .dry und dead particles that it deposits. This preparation parities the hair, and gives to it a beaatifal gloss and soilness, and ail agreeable and vivifying perfume. EVIDENCE. Nature is an inexhaustible mine, iu which experience aud study will always tiud room to excavate ; it is thatsourcr, alone, which produces all that man colls invention, and which he would do better, perhaps, to name adaptations. For sale, wholesale and retail by JULES HAL'EL. Perfumer and Chemist, No. 46 South Third street, Philadelphia, and by myageuts J. B. Jsequemed. No. 413 Broadway; F. A Artault. Lafayette Bazaar, Nos. 141 and 131 Broadway ; A. Willard, S. W. corner of Cedar and William streets Premiums was awarded at the Franklin Institute. n!6 lm're. BAR TINE'S LOTION. NOTICE TO STRANGERS AND CITIZENS. How it it possible that permits will content to rujfer with vain, when caused by Hheumatism,, Sprains, Bruises, Lht locations. Cuts, Glandular 3H?inors. Lumbago, Iltad-Jlehe, Cramp in the Stomach, 4'C-.' ONE BOTTLE of the above invaluable Lotion will be sufficient to satisfy the most sceptical, that it is the most to be depended upon, of any article now before thepublic, for the effectual reliej and cure of any of the above afflictions, U> which all axe liable, more or less. Infact.it is now well es tablished as a Family Medicine, and shoald always be in eve ry jierson's house, throughout the country; they will then have a remedy at hand, which con be depended upon in cases of accidents, lie. For sale, wholesale and retail,at the Proprietor's Depot, 3W Broadway, New York, aud by oar Agents turosaboat the United 8tat??. Price 75 cents C. 8. BARTINE k CO., Proprietors, 323 Broadway, New York. Orders for any quantity, addressed as above, will be punc tually attended to. o!6 lm'ood re THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY GENUINE GAL VANIC STRENGTHENING PLASTER. CERTIFICATE NO. IS ?The subjoined certificate select ed from a number, is from a gentl-wan ol'unrxcrptionable standing and res|iectability, now resident in the city of Brook lyn, is a strong and unequivocal proof of the invaluable cha racter of this remedial agent; other evidences of an indisputa ble nature cau be f"urnislied at the office of the principal agent. No. 65 Chambers street:? The undersigned having for some years suffered much from pain in the hip, occasioned by a fall, attended with rheumatic affection, does not hesitate to give this public testimonial to the utility aud g'eat intrinsic \alue of St. Jean's Meta'lin* Strengtheuing Plaster, and .o assert his unqualified approbation of the invaluable properties incorporated is it Having at times suffered so severely as scarcely to be able to raise my limb, and rendered altnost a cripple, I wi?s induced to try this remedy, and was surprised to find iu a very shoit time atter application of the plaster, an almost instantaneous cessa tion of pain, and my limb so much relieved that 1 raised it. and walk-d with much greaterease thiui for two years previous. 1 am thoroughly convinced of its singular efficacy and abili ly to effect a speedy cure iu similar cases, ana therefore re commend it with confidence to my friends. Signed, LOSEE VAN NOSTRAND. New York, Nov. 1, 1845. Secured by Letters Patent, and frr sale by the importer, No. 2 William street, at the Principal Office, No. 63 Chambers si, and by respectable druggists generally nl3 2weod"rc HPO THfc LAD 1KB IN PARTICULAR?MY DEl'ILA I TORY PO WDER has been foand highly beneficial sad of great use to ladies who have been afflicted with superfluous hair, priacipallv when its growth has been confined to the up per lip and side of the face, giving a masculine tarn to the whole features. When used with proper care, and according to the directions, it will be found to oe a great additiou to the toilet.as the use of any sharp instrument is entirely avoided, and the hair is removed in five or ten minntea after its applica tion. This composition is infallible, and warranted to remove sa perflous hair. After numerous trials I have received certifi cates of success which cannot be contested. For sale, wholesale and retail at ? JULES HAUEL'S DEPOT, 46 South Third street, Philadelphia, and by mv agents:?J. B. Jscquemod, No. 41S Broadway; F. A. Artault. Lafayette Bazaar, Nos. 149 and 131 Broadway; A Willard, 8. W corner of Cedar and Williams streets. Prem ums awarded at the Franklin lastitate. nil lm*rc AL.tflU? LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. LONDON AND NEW YORK. Instituted in 1805. Capital One Million Sterling, or $9,000,000. THIS Company hu been in ruccesslul operation for FOR TY yeari, and PAYS in CASH to thoae insured on the participating acale, EIGHTY per cent of ALL the profits every THREE years at compound interest. All eligible risks hare i he great advantage of being confirmed at once, participating from the date of their policies in the first division of profits. Examples of Rates for insurance of $100. Age next I For one For seven | For whole life | For wholejife birth day year. 25 96 30 I 1 06 35 11* a I i 3i years. I without profits with profits. 1 03 I 1 94 I 2 17 1 :s I 2 19 I 1(1 1 25 2 55 in 1 44 I 3 *0 I 3 39 Insurance at all ages from 10 to 74 yean, inclusive, from $544 to $15.000on a single life. Medical Examiners. J. W. Francis, Esq., M. D., No 1 Bond street. J. C. Beoles, Esq., M. D., No. 543 Broadway. Travelling limits very liberal. Prospectus with rates, an nuities, he., and every information, can be obtained by appli. cation to the agents. n4 Stawlm*rc JOSEPH FOWLER, >? Wllll mtrrM R. 8. BUCHANAN, J WsH ,Uwt OmcE or thr JeTreason insurance Co., i New York, July >4,1145. t THE Stockholders of this Company are requested to call at the office of the Company and signily whether it be their wish to fill up their respective shares,or to receive a numbei of shares equal to the present value of tneir stock. The Stockholders residing out of the citv are requested to convey their intention by post, to the office No. 50 Well st. T. W.THORNE, Pres't. QeoT. Hor?. 8ec*y. jy>5 rrc OFFICE OF JEFFERSON INSURANCE CO , j No. 50 Wall street, opposite the Eichange. > THIS COMPANY continue to insure against loss and d mage by fire on goods, wares and merchandise, an against loss By inland ORs"*'* &?d t^e'r C4r,;OM Thomas W. Thome, Klisha Rirgs, ThomasT. Woodruff, Anson Baker, B. R. Robson, M. D., Joseph Drake, Thomson Price, Joeeph Allen, Moses Tucker, James E. Holmes, John R. Davison. John P. Moore, John H. Lee, Win. K. Thorn. Caleb C. Tunis, Thomas Morrell, Francis P. Sage, Eugene Began, John C. Merntt, Robert Smith. THOMA8 W. TllORNE, Presid-s! Georbe T. Horn. Secretary. at re DUCKING GUNS. 6 CASES superior Duck Guns, of the most approved Irugtli form, weight and bore. 5 cases very superior Cocking Guns (eases low priced boys'and larger Guns. The apoie (ins are now in store and will be sold at eitreme low prices, Also, full stock of Sportiug articles, Oun matMiaW, fcc. o24 2taw2m*re A. W. HPIKS k Co. 216 Pearl ?tr<iet GREAT REDUCTION IN THE PRICES or TH* PERRY IAN PENS DUALITY IMPROVED. JAMES PERRY It CO., have the pleasure to announce that in consequence of increased facility in the manufacture of their Pen?, they have reduced the prices to the level of all other Pens in the maiket, at the same time their superiority in quali ty is maintained. J. P. It Co. embrace this oyportunity to return thanks to their numerous friends lor the decided preference iriven u> tl-o Perrvian Pens for i" many years,and caution the public aganut the spurious imitations which are frequently imposed uimi thrm for the genuine Perrvian Pens. Sold by all Stationers and dealen in Metallic Pens, and by THEODOKE HlPKE, Agent for James Perry It Co., London. No. 5 Liberty street and No. 74X Maiden Lane n7 lmeod'rc CHEMICAL BALSAM, Or Hair lavteorator. A REMEDY for all diseaaes incidental to the Hair and ua restorative, in all cases where Baldness is not beyond the reach of art. , Merits or the Chemiii Bam am or Hai? Imrioo* - on.? It prevents Baldnesa. It removes Dandriff sno Cnlane'iu < ncrnff. It keeps the Hair in iu natural color ami prevent* it mn turning grey. It is now presented to the world, with a iirn he lief, that a* a beautiful .md healthy restorative of the Hair it will he found on trial uneqn*lled. I repar? d solely by t*. Fna Ion, No. 214 Broadway. . , ... , Agents?O. Kish k Co., Washington, D. C.: Ayer k I he' in, 76 Broed St.. Columbus Georgia; Tattle, Assembl/ Build ings, corner of Tenth and thesnnt its., Philadelphia; H.K'ce, corner of Court and Howanrd; streeu, Boewn ; C B. Br W? er. No. 105 Fultoa st.. Brooklyn; M. 8. Fletcher, Mareht n, Ulster Co., N. V.; V. B. Loc-row, No. 54 Beaver street. Albany; John B. Wstson, Charleston Hotel, South Carolina; S.Tonsey, Svracuse, N Y.; G irton Anderson, Newport, It l.t ?od No. l7:i Division street, o|>|iosite MMlo?, ? \ oUI lm'Kr