Newspaper of The New York Herald, January 9, 1846, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated January 9, 1846 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK HERALD. Vol. XII., l*o. 8-WhoU No. ??*1. NEW YORK, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 9, 1846. Pvtoo Two Con?. THE NEW YORK HERALD. JAMES GORDON BENNETT, Proprietor. Circulation...Forty Thousand. DAILY HERALD?Every day. Fnce > eenta pereory? $7 ti peraimum?pay hie in advance. WEEKLY HERALD?Every Satnrl?r?Price 6Si ecat per cony?$?.I2S? cent. J>er aunuiii?payable in advance ADVERTISEMENTS at the u.mal price.?alwaya caah tn advance PRINTING of all kinda executed wMh beauty aud dee patch. 0~ AH lettera or cominunicationa, by mail, addreaaed to the eataMnhmeut, inuat ae pott paid, or the poatage will ba deducted from the aubacriptiou mouey remitted JAMES LOUDON BENNETT. Proprieti r of the New Yoaa HrnaLn EaTAeuaHMBlfT LONG ISLAND RAILROAD COMPANY. SSB.jBBfi.SMte ^51 TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS, Commencing on Monday, September 15th, IMS. Leave New York?At 7 o'clock, A. M., Boston Train for Greenport, daily, Sunday a ?iccpted. slopping ?t Fnrmiugdaje and St. George's Manor. Leave Brooklyn?At 9)4 A. M ,1'or Farming dale and intermedi ate placet, daily Snndaya eicepted, and on Tuesday*, Thursday* and Saturday*, through to Orecuport and intermediate places. " at 4 P. M., for Farmiugdale and intermediate place*, daily, Sundays excepted. Leave Greenport?Boston Train, at 4 o'clo- k, P. M , or on the arrival of the steamer from Norwich, daily, Sundays excepted, stopping at St George's Manor aud Karmingdale. at9 o'clock, A. M.; Accommodation Train, ou Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Leave Farmingdsle?For Brooklyn, at 6X o'clock, A. M., and 1 P. M., daily, Snndaya excepted. Leave Jamaica?For Brooklyn, at I o'clock, A. M. and IX P. M., daily. Sunday* excepted. Fare to Bedford I cents: bast New York 12H: Race Course ll\; Trotting Course II*;, lamaica >5; Brushville J1X: Hyde Park 17 miles 37K; Clowsville, (during session Court,) S7R Hempstead 87)4; Branch 17)4; Carle Place 44; West bury 44; llicksville 44; s'armingdsle 62)4; Deer Park 41; Thompson II; Suffolk Station 1 40; Lake Road Station 1 18)4; Medford Station 1 18V; Millville 1 SO; St. George's Manor I 65)*; Rivcrhead 1 62)4; James port 1 62)4; Mattetuck 1 62)4; Cut ehogur 1 61)4; Southold 1 62)4; Greenport, Acc'u. train, 1 73; Greenport by Boaten Train 2 00. Stages are in readiness on the arrival of Trains at the several Stations, to take passengers at very low Fares, to all parts of the Island Baggage Crates will be in readiness at the foot of Whitehall street, to receive Baggage for the several Trains, M minutes be fore the hour of starting from the Brooklyn side. The Steamer Statesman leaves Greenport for Sag Harbor twice each day on the arrival of the Trains from Brooklyn. n6re MAIL LINE FOR BOSTON. Lo3c~is ROAD. VIA NEW LONDON, NORWICH ? WORCESTER. At 7 o'eloek in the Morning, from the Foot of Whitehall ?creel, South Kerry?Sundays excepted. Way Crates ore in readiness to receive baggage for New London, Norwich aud Worcester. Baggage for Boston goes through under lock. Jo 16 tf re FOR ALBANY, VIA. NEW I HAVEN. HARTFOED ANDi LsPRINGklKLD-Dsily. (Sun* deyscxcepted.atCH A.M. Passengers t> ke the fast snd commrdious ? teamer* NEW YORK or CHAMPION,and arrive at Albany the same even Arrangements have been made to make the line snre, and paaaengers can depend on arriving aa advertised. jal lime NOTICE?STATEN ISLAND FERRY ?On Wednesday, Jan. 6th, the trips on this Ferry will be si follows.? Leave Sialen Island?IX, 10 A- M , 2, 4)4 P. M. Leave New York?9. 12 A. M ;3'a, 3 P. M. P. 8?Ou Sundays the boat will leave at 11 o'clock, instead of 12 A M. j7 MAIL LlNa. AT 8 A. M. TO ALBANY >?Lauding at Yonkers, Dobbs' Ferry, Ring - K'"" Grassy Point, Verplank's Point, Cald well's, Koyerhook, Cold Siring, Newburgh. or as far as thr ice will permit. Breakfast on board the boat. There ii good sleighing from any poiut on the Hudsou to Albany, and stages will be in readiness to carry iwescnger* to their destination at the arrival of the boat. Passage 14 31 through to Albany. The celebrated ice steamboat U'i'ICA, Captain L. W. Braiu ard. leaves the pier between Courtlandt and Liberty streets. Every Morning at eight o'clock. For |ms' age or freightapply on board, or to P. C. 8CHULTZ at the office on the wharf. d2? FOR SAUGERTIES AND CATSKIl.. THE Splendid Steamboat J AMEBMADI ?S()N,Capt F. J. Copperly, will leave the foot -of Cedar etreet, every Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday, at I o'clock, P.M. For freight or passage, apply oe board, or to O. F. Wain weight. Agent, on the wharf. ?a li?omc ?" NOTICE. -MM The PEOPLE'S LINK have made arrange meiita with the powerful steamew UITCA aSKZ^sd NORWICH, to run te Albany (or as far as the ice will permit,) every day at 3 o clock, P M. till farther New York, Dee. 3d, 845- (Mr MAII, LINE AT EIGHT O'CLOCK. A. M. TO ALBANY, ?ashi jma| LANDING at Yonken, Dobba'Ferry. 8ing fl-Z?Sine. Grassy Point, Verplsnks Point, Csla SCssSWSibWeili, Koyerhoek, Cold Spring, Newburgh, and as far aa the ice will peimit. Breakfast on board the boat. The celebrated ice steamboat UTICA, Captain L. W. Brai nard, leaves the pit-r between CottJtisndt and Laberty streeti, every morning at I A. M. For passage or freight, apply on board, or to P. C. Schultx, at the otBce on the wharl. d2l r NOTICE?The splendid British eteamer UNICORN will leave Liverpool. England, ou the 19th of March next, and will take pasiangers and freight for HALIFAX aad BOSTON. }7 U\c BOSTON STEAMERS. FOR HALIFAX AND LIVERPOOL. The Royal Mail Rteam Packet Ships ? AC ADIA and H1BKKNIA will leave Bos ton for the above ports aa follows, vix: ? Acadia, Wm Harrison, Commander, on the 1st January, 1M6 lliberoia, Alex Ryrie, " ' 1st Keb'ry., 1144. Paasage to Liverpool $IW Passageto Halifax 26 For fraigh, or pamaje, ^ # ^ ?t No Barth secured until paid for. d30 rrc DRAFTS ON GtllEAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND.?Persons wishing to re mit money to any part of Qreat Britain oi ' Ireland, can obtain drafts of the subscribers for any amount, large or small, payable on alt Urn principal towns and cities. W. ft J.T. TAPSCOTT, <17 mc 73 South st. cor. Maiden Lane. FOR CORK?Passage Only?The spleudid and ? fast sailing packet skip KLSINORE, Capt. Proctor, awill positively sail ou the 16th January, for the above port. Can in a very handsome manner accommodate a fen cibin and second cabin passenger* at very low rates, by apply ing on board, or to J. HKHDMAN It CO., 61 South st. near Wall. N. B ?The abo re ship will be leaviug Cork for New York about lha 10th of March next. Those wishing te lisve their friends brought out direct to thii country, would require to make early application as above. j6 rh ^ union line of packets for liver ? POOL?Packet of the 10th of January?The ipteadid anew packet ship NIAGARA, Capt. Kueaeil,will positively sail as above, ker regular day. The accommodations of this ship for eabia, and second cabin passenger* cannot be surpassed. Those wishing to secure berths should not fail to make immediate application ou board, foot of Wall street, or to W. It J. T.TAPBCOTT, js J 73 South street, corner Maiden Lane. UNITED STATES, AND GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND OLD ESTABLISHED EMIGRANT OFFICE. THE Subscribers are prepared to engage passen gers to come out by the early spriug ships, ata ver> . low rate. Drafts can asmual, be furuuhed, piy aolr inriiughoutthe United Kiugdem. For further particulars, apply to J. HERDMAN It CO., d8B r 61 South street PUR LIVERPOOL?New Line? Regular Packet ? of the 21th J<n.?The elegant fast selling Packet -Ship SHERIDAN, George B. Cornish, mailer, of 1 I'm tons, will sail as above, her regular day. For freight or paasage. having accommodations unequalledfot splendor or eomfort, apply on board, at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall street, or to _ _ E K. COLLINS ft CO., tt South Mm. Price of paasage |1M. Tne elegant lam sailing packet ship Garrick, B. J. H. Traak, master, will succeed the Sheridan, aad sail 16th February, he' reenlardav. jsl FOR LIVERPOOL?The fast sailing, coppered ?and copper fastened barque TARTAR, Russell, ?master. 361 tons burthen, will sail for the above poll -ml meet with qmck despatch. For freight or passage, having excellent aeeommedatioua, ap ply on board, pier IS K K , or to WOODHULL ft MINTURN, d!6rc t7 Snath street. "fd? FOR SALE, TO CLOSE A CONCERN.?The xflWPH.Line of Liverpool Packets, consisting of the ahipa JHba?iltnscins, Siddons, Sheridan aad Garrick. They were built iu una city by Brown ft Bell, with useesai ears; for mo dels, ra stems Is (a very large proporuou of their flame* being live oak) aud workmanship, they are neawrpaaeed, if not nne imailed. Salted on the slocks and re-salted evsry year since. Their accommodations for passengers are very extensive and handsomely furnished. Apply to oil K. K. COLLINS ft CO., 36 South w. ???- FOR LIVERPOOL?The New Line?Regular racket of list Jaomry.?1The superior fast sailing flMBLpucket this QUEEN OF THE WEST. Cuptau I'hulip Woodhouse, 1236 una burthen, will tail as abovu, har regular day For freight or passage, having splendid, large and comfortable state rooms and cabin, apply on board, west side Burling slip, or to WOODHULL ft MINTURN, ?7 South atreoL Price of paasugu $116. The packet snip Hoe heater, Capt. John Button, M6 tone buiiliea, will encored the Qneen of the IVset, aad sail oe Hat Februarr- dltre , PaIMAGIC FROM GREAT BRITAIN AND ? IRELAND, via Liverpool. Those sending for their airlemls can have them brought oat at the loweetralv by the regular lute of packet ships, sailing evory five days; a u ,, 5?*"' * be Tarnished for any amount, pay able at Kingdn institutions throughout the United ?""" "aWPSkSBBftl % CO.. ?uasm&.H JOHN HKKDMAN h CO.. United State* and Ureal Britain and Ireland Emigrant Office, (1 South street, New York. MEKUMAIV. RfcEI>A? * U Liverpool. Passage to and from Ureal tin-am and Irelaud (via Liverpool) by the regular Packet Ships sailiugevery five data. The subacribers in calling the ntt-ntion of old co untrymen and the public generally to their UScqualled a.rancemrnu for bringing out passengers from the old country, beg to state that afterthis year the busiceta of lha House at Liverpool will be couductnl by ita Branch. Thoac -.ending for their trienda will at ouee aae the great importance of thia arrangement, ?' it will preclude ail unnecessary delay of the emigrant. Tlie ships em ployed in thia Line are well kuown to be the first aud largest class,commanded by men nf experience; and as they anil every five days, an-, offer every fan.lity that can be furuiehed. With those superior arrangements, the suNicribers look forward for a continuation of that patronage winch haa been so liberally ex tended to them for ao many years past. In ease any of those engaged do not embark, the passage money ari'lbe refunded^ customary. Forfait.hu k, the passage money will be refunded w 61 South street, New York. HERDMAN, KEEN AN fit CO . Liverpool. N. B.?Drafts for say amount can as usual he furnished payable at ell the principal Bauking Institutions throughout the United Kingdom, on application as above. nllrc MM M M f'oH Mew Orleans. LOUISIANA AND NEW YORK LINE OK PACKETS U is intended to dispatch a ship Irnm this port on the let, 6th, 11th, 16lh, 21st and J6th of each montli, commencing lit Octo ber and continuing until May, when regular daya will be ap pointed for the remainder of the year, whereby great delay ? and end disappointments will be prevented during the summer mouths. The following ships will commeuce thia arrange meat:? Ship Clifton Captain Ingertou. Ship Tennesse,... Captain Pray. Ship Shakspeare. .Captain Cornell. Ship Louisville . .Captain Hnut. Ship Oeuesee ... Captain Minot. Ship Oswexo ... Captain Wood. Ship Damaacua.. Captain Bliss. Ship Sartelle ... Captain Taylor. These ships wee all built expressly for packets, are ot light draft of water, have recently been newly coppered and put in splendid order, with accommodations for passeugers unequalled for comfort; they are commanded by experienced maste.rs.who will make every exertion to give general satisfaction. They will at all times be towed up and down the Mississippi by steam boats. Neither the ctpt tins or owners of these ships will be responsible for jewelry, bullion, precious stows,silver or plated ware, or for any letters, parcels or packages sent by or put on board of them, unless regular bills of ladiug are taken for the same, at tlie value thereon espressed. E. K. COLLINS Ik CO.. 56 South at. or JA9. E. WOODRUFF. Agent iu New Orleans, who will promptly forward all goods to his address. The ships of this |ine are warranted to sail punctually as ad vertised, and great care will be taken to have the goods cor rectly measured. s24rc PACKETS FOR HAVRE?SECOND LINE. M M, M Tlinhips of this line will sail durtngth^e year in the iug order: From N.York. 1st Jan. Ship UT1CA, F Hewitt, master, < 1st May. 1st Sept. Feby . 1st Feby Ship ST. NICOLAS. J B Fell, " I lstJnue 1st Oct. . 1st March Ship ONEIDA, J Fnnck, master, 7 1st July. 1 1st Nov. . 1st April. Ship BALTIMORE, J Johnsonjr.f 1st Aug. I 1st Deer. They are all of the first class, ably commanded, and with ac commodations for passengers ample and commodious. The price of passage iu the cabin is $100. exclusive ofwiuei liquors. Apply to BOYD It HINCKEN, Agents, 9 Tontine Building. No 88 Wall street. Goods sent to the agents fur forwarding will be subject to none other than the expenses actually paid. nitre MARSEILLES LINE OF PACKETS. M M M. Ml Tlie undermentioned Whips will he regularly despatched irom_ hence on the 1st, and from Marseilles the 10th of each mouth during the year, as follows:? From Ships. Captains. EromN.Y. Marseil'e CORIObANUS, Jas Haile. Dec 1 Feb 10 AllCOLA (new) N W EveMgh, Jan 1 Mar 10 GASTON, S.ehhen Conlter, Febl Apr 10 NEBRASKA (new), J K Brown, Marl May it PR'CE de JOIN V1LLE, W W Lawreuce, Aprl 1 June 10 MISSOURI, J Silvester, May 1 July lo These are all fast sailing, coppered and copper fastened ves sels, and commanded by men of experience. Theiraccommo dations for jiassengers are all that need be desired in point ol ' comfort and convenience, having excellent sta'e room accom ?notations. Punctuality in the daya of tailing from both ports may be ralifd on Goods addressed to the agents will be forwarded free of oth e actually pa'" CHAm3er?'aIn It PHELPS, Proprietors, meat* wp er charges than those actually paid. For freight or passage ai No. 103 Front street, or to BOYD ?t HINCKEN. Axenu. 9 Tonline linihlingt 83 Wall cor. Water at. TAPSCOTT'S GENERAL EMIGRATION OFFICES 76 South street, corner of Maiden Lane, New York, and 9B Warterloo Road, Liverpool M M M M Psrsuut wishing iu smuie passage ior tueir meud^rom Liv erpool daring the coming season, in the New Line of Liver pool Packets, are respectfully informed by the subscribers,that the undermentioned magnificent aud favorite packet ships will sail from Liverpool positively as advertised?io any of which passage can be engaged on the most reasonable terms, a. d every necessary menus will be uted to have those whose pss sage may be engaged on this side of ihe Atlantic despatched in as comfortable maimer as possible. The ship Liverpool, on 6ih February?(he Siddoni on the 11th vebruu7?the Queen of the West. 6th March?the Sheri dan on 11th March. The well known sailing qualities of these favorite packets render any remarks unnecessary, and their accommodati >us for cabin, second cmbiu aud steerage passengers, lurpast those ol any other liue. To secure passage, aud lor further particulars, apply to W. it J. T. TAFSCOIT, 75*South street, corner Maiden Lane. P. 8.?W. It J. T T. supply Drafts as nana), for any amount, payable throughout Great Britain and Ireland dll XAf- FOR LIVEhPuOL?The superior.well-huowu, Mgjfflyiast sailing packet ship SOUTHERNER, T. Palmer jHBil&pnaiter, will have immediate despatch. For freight or passage, having superior accommodations, ap ply to the Captain onboard, foot of Dover strect.E. R, or to WOODHULL It MIF/TURN, 8T South street. r* ECONOMV AND FASHION. i*a ROBERTSON'S jJL PHCEN1X HAT AND CAP MANUFACTORY, 103 Fulton Street* TRICES: HATS. First Quality Nutria Fur $3 50 Second do do do $3 00 ofri First do Mofrskin |a 50 ly low prices. LOOK AT THIS. m IMPORTED FRENCH BOOTS of the belt qaslity m st the extraordinary low price of $5 00 ? Doable Sole, the beat article 5 10 jM Cork Sole do 6 M French Calf Boou, made to order S 00 French Call Shoes 100 S. Hall Boots 115 ling Pumps, the nicest kind 1 IS :ing Oalteia, with Patent Leather Til* 17} And a general assortment of India Rubbers and all kiuda of Over Shoea, from the smallest to the largeat; alao a great as aortaent of Boya' Boots and Shoea; Miaaea and Children's do. Ladies in this store will find the greatest assortment of Gaitrrs, Buckius, Slips, Ties. Uniltad Sbees, Moccasins, Clogs, Toilet Slips, white and blaek Satin and white Kid Slips; India Rub .... bera of all the different qualifies, aorta and sixes, from the smallest to the largest, and bat one price asked, at M7 Broad way, corner of Franklin street. all lm*r M. C AH ILL. OLD HOLLED COPPElt-iMO sheeuCold Rolled Cop tier, unequalled, from M to 31 on?for sale by B. K. COLLINS fc CO., dtl * Son th street. IMPORTATION OF WATCHES. U A VINO inst reeeired from Europe, with a new assortmern I * of fine Gold and Silre Bf 1 Silrer Watches and More menu, a lot Independent Seconds, and doable time Watches and Move ?neuu, of an entirely new style and of superior fiaiiah, we tafct this opportunity to call the attention of alfpersone in the watch busuiessto riait our stock, which, in every respect, will be found advantageous, both for price end anility DELACHAUX ft MAIRE. I No. 117 Falton street, New Vork. F. 8 ?Engaged also in the witch mahiog bn'ineae, we eon tinne to attoedto the repairing of ail kinds of watches, sad par ticslariy thna* of fins and difficult works. alt lm*m JOHN DAKLEY. MERCHANT TAILOR, 1M Broadway and T8 Liberty Street, EIN desirous of selling the bslanee of his large stock of Kail ami Winter Goods, suitable for Gentlemen's wear, of fera them on the most reasonable terms, aad solieils the attea uoa of gentl?men about purchasing. Ha also offers the balance of his well assorted stock of READY MAD& CLOTHING, consisting of Dress and Frock Coau, Paau end VseU, S irtouU Cloaks, Sacks and Office C au, which will be told from uon till the 1st of February, AT COST. _ . ? A large aad choice assortment of Shirts, Seerfa, Cravats, Hosiery and Under Apparel, constantly on hand. N. B.?Gentlemen furnishing their own material, can have it made and trimmed, and a fit warranted (ty For tale, a splendid Coachman's Coat. dll lm*me WELDED IRON BOILER FLUES, AF ANT DIAMETER, hat not exegeding 1*X feet in \J length; thieknssa of metal from 11 to II, wire ansae. These ere the oaly Tabes used by the Eagliah and French irnment steamers, and other net steamboats, and can be gowaiumewt steamers. S?r ^ftfirW&SSER. , Liberty rt. N. T. TO THE LADIES IN FARTICULAR?MY DKPILA 1 TORT POWDER has bssn faasd hignly bswsfieial sad of grsat use to ladies who havs besn afflicted with fupaflluc-i* hair, principally when iu growth has bees soafiaed to ths up per lip and sida of ths (mem. giving s matculhta tarn to the whole feat a res When used with proper cars, aad according to the directions, it will be found to be a greet addition to the toilet ,aa the use of any sharp instrument is entirely avoided, laud the hair is removed in five or tea minntes after its applica This composition is infallible, sad warranted lo remove ra pe r don i hair. After numerous trials 1 havs received certifi cates of ?access which cannot be contorted, or tale, wholesale and retail, at JULES hAUELU DEFtIT. *L? TO ^ it South Thirdatrset, Philadelphia, aad by my acsamp-d. B. Jacqnemod, No 413Broadway; F. A ArtsuIt. Lafayette Basaar, Noa. Mtand 111 Broadway; A. Willsrd, S. W. corner of Cedar and Williaau streets. Premmms awarded at the Franklin Institute. nl?1m?rc HART WELL'S WASHING Toy HOUSE. MS ChMtnwt Street, PHILADELPHIA. DATH8 just introduced?Warm and Cold-,, fine apert y '??"? .f?rboth '*??? ??d gentlemen; ud the enhre Jrgs H "i?e,"eo ml ?fee*1* "" *Wr*W??M of the VVa.nlu^op NEW FRENCH RES PAUKANT k COFFEE HOUSE AT NO. 737 BIIU4DWAV MESSIEURS BUNEL k LK <L'OMTe, be,to.enounce T .? "p the |?ublic hi geueral, ,ud to di.tiui?hed families id 5JSBtr: tliey tM!f ?l?"*d suelegknt French Restaurant ?ud h"lfr? Ho?k, *r No. 7 7 Broadway, where Breaktaals. pinuera aud Supper. may be had at any convenient hrfur- au^ aplili' u"f C,UI"}J fr> ?? die mo.t delu.ie palme 1 her, will alway. be found a rich supply of due paiiry and coufectioaery, jell lea. lee i renini CharlotUa-ruaae. kc I X qui.ite Liquors and the most choice Win.. Orderi recirJd t rom bAinil ?> for Breakfasts, Dinner, and Sapper., or reparole duhea. k Parties supplied with every kind of Pastry Jellies Confectioneries and Ice Creams. uV lm?,c ' r-\ FOR ^Ai'UKTATlUM. G vn. Vi .I,J .Vt? An,'ric?n "J French Dining Saloon. two minute. prepared, lias lanum, buckwheat Sles F?e? arrangement is made for the conuort ol the v .iters Ilia St My son, Henry Gosling, has erected at a great einensr a u77JmVc L ooSLING. Omcg om tub AUucajtilb Mutual Iiv.iuavcu Co. ( " ATA MKl'TWi'i r^4 T""t' December 27th, IMS. f A i ?, ,l / ! Trustees, held at Die oliee of the ?CI Company, ou the 3rd instant, JOSEPH WALK EH was nnanimonsly elected President, in place of Lewis Orreorv resigned; and Lewis Gregory was elected Vice President o jupply ttie vacancy ooe^ned by the migumiinof Jot'pS By order of the Trustees, w . ELL WOOD WALTEH, Secretary. Ti ?5"'1 '"?tilAtrc* o* Canoo a.vd Krvmiht only. The Mercantile Mutual Insurance Company, No. 63 Wall cargo'' cou ,u baune?* to Marine insurance on freight and New subscription notes, amounting to upwards of Two Hundred Ihonaaud Dollars have becu received, and fun her additions are duly being made to its assets 1 he Company invites attention to its plan of business which M2X34tf5SSr ???*? larger^ returnMo T. ? , TRU8TEE8. I .homas Hunt, Jaa. McCallongh, Thos. Achelit Wm. C. Langley, Septimus Crooks, Geo. W Taylor r^re^r' fh*rl*uPnyen' Levi Cook, Thoz ? Nelson, Y?e ViiT'' D Wilson G Hunt. W. C. Atwafe'r \ieii. S u'... Stewart C. M.rJ., W. A. KateuS', A. Ward ' ' W a'B,? V O Carleton, Leonard Rirby, '. W. A. Kodgers, Lucius Hopkins, Jus. C. Hillock Duuiel G. Hanland, 8.F. Jeuk ns, ' O. D. Phelps, Herman Boker. JOSEPH WALKER. President, Ellwood Walter. Secern,"."'"1'""*' V'Ce UP P ILL UE J EEEEKauiN 1NSUKANOE GO ,t egtHIS C11 Mpi vvl *^r'9t* oppoeite theEichange. I I Mis CU.ViPAN V continne to insure against loss and ds mute by fire on goods, wares and merchandise sr d againatloss by inland ??JW'jon on vessels and their cargoes. Thomas 1. Woodruff, Anson Baker. Robson, M. D., Joseph Drake, Thonisuu Price, JoseDh Allen Mew. Tucker. ffljiln, {J Davison. John P. Moore, Dee,. Wm. K. Thorn, FreSrUP CI" ThomasMorrefl, J ohn C. M?ntt, Ggoaaa T. HorrJX? W" TH0RNE>?.fP OrricaovTHE Jsrrcason insunancn Co., / ' noIv^SDinfeT^t^ttte^ Quo T.Hom.gec'y. T. W. THORNE J?res't. ** r? NoJ^w' SHAWLS, dec" \ f" -~C> W offered lor sale at a great sacrifice, many atvl? u ?isss.'sraas Also, sereral cousignm?its-all of which wiU be sold if it , . should he below coal. beln*,om'wtiat advanced, they have conclude th^7.^,VL A f ""V opportunity to dispose of the balance of 'lr?? Portion of it has been purcliased recenUv w!Tl?^r,??er?m|'r>nr A"ct'?n8?l?; trsersfore, will make s rh.7rblff ufil ?Ll'u ?OInJ"*.*eBt Prices, and do venture to say that their Silk, Shawl ana (Jam mere Stocks, will present th? greatest inducements to purchasers in the way of rfry Goods 1 .b,eecu this city. 7 Ur> "0<MU' .kiisl l.H.S k Co do assure tfieir friends and customers th*tth*y may put fall confidence in all and nverystatement made m this adrertisement, as they are prepared aud w ill sub stantiate every vsprd of it. "?.???iiiisd a 9uLT5?*'t con jU,?f th? richest and most costly goods thai have been imported this season. We woold respectfnllyinviu *" "t" c'cmtfclor themselves; asking none to buy ei ?pt they are perfectly satisfied. ? "v may ex ix./ rot farther particulars, please mil ths fnllnwiugt^TI ONLY ONE PRICE! , , . , SILKS-SILKS. b 1?!?.?/ "ch Dark Silks, reduced 23 per cent y^nowo'lJM^dfc* dre""' for"WH *? ??? S * ids and heavy 12* silks at St. lido I'aru Silks, for evening dresses; have been sold by Dw yardj'iTgreat sacrifice.' P" ^ "?W wUI b* ?oM ? *? pS.-*,pleadl4 CM,eli0"8criptd 8Uk,? reA,?*1 M Ombre Stri|?d Changeable Silks. 4s lid per yard. Rich Horitoutal Htniwd Bilks, al/ rednccd. SpleniJid Brocade 8ilk?. very cheap. Maguilicent B ocade Silks, a. rich as any that has ever keen ""th'-city-reduced SI per yard. ,Ter M,B iv ^ ,Vm 8tr,ped Black Silks, hare beeu sold this smsou at It and 14s per yard?reduced to 9a. per rent* C*>" Dm de Rhine., reduced from IS to36 Hjgh Lustre Oro de Rhine., 27* inches wide only Si per uX wide BlackSilks, Horizontal Striped Is6d. SHAWLS?8HAWL& .A large stock of Shawls, and are to be sold as soon as poesi Me, cosseqneatly they will be offered at Die following ratse! Reel genuine LyonsBroche Shawls only Sli. lmV^KwtedSS?5WU*1,WCO,'th*t W* h",b"'Ml Sw'T^STOPoBbleC*?t<!r' Trool, that have bemiselling at Eqtra hne Paris Square Shawls reduced from S30 to $39. ^Lyons Broche Loug Shawls, white and drab ground only Paris Long Shiwls. ntra srie, reduced from SM to $20. Splendid Peru Long Shawls, reduced $30 per shawl. soid'eV^itel "" 'n**1*' *"d the """? ,t0ck wiU b? CASUMEHE8, MUSLIN DE LAINES, kc. Between r.and six thousand yards of Monseliae de Lanes "''"C'c-insl bouxht at a greet reduction from ?c?ti 11 will be retailed at 2s per yard. 20e.?e.i Cashmere E. Cosse and Mouaselin de Laine. re dncedJi vtcent. ' 'rrie Laines; Partrule,Lupink Co. Manufsetnrers, all wo-.l 11 per yard. Mouaselin de Laines of the same make, bright colors, all wool only tsfid per yard. " Kmo"< *" Monsselin de Lanes superior fabric, roduced Js per yard. ^Cashmere t. Coese all wool cost 73 eeuu to import, only 3s ^Cashmere E. Cosse, superior quality, price $1 reduced to W.*.b,T? m*ny ?tvles of the above goods not enumerawd.and would call particular attention to this opportunity, as wefeef well assured that the eipeetatiou of all will be realised. FRENCH CLOAK8, MANTILLAS, kc. Alargelot of Paris made Cloaks, just imported and will be >ld at great bargains. Splendid Dsiaask Silk Cloaks. Very rich Tlaiu Cloaks and Coat Dresses, the latest stvlea ijnporied^ud will be sold for less than they can be made for in Velvet and Silk Mantillas, equally cheap. CLOAKINOS, PLAIDS, kc. Splendid lot rich Plaid*, redneed 23 per eent. Extrn Fine Paris Cloaking., very cheep. All Wool Paris Cloaking. The importer's priee was $1.39 now will be sacrificed at 6 shillings per yard. Dark shaded Stripes, and (.1 tra Wide Merinoe., lie. . .? . . ., LINENS, LINENS, kc. 4-4 Irish Li nans, all prices. Every width of Barnesly, Irish and Scotch Sheetings, all D*m*,k?nd Don bis Dsmuk Table Clothe u V" y*?. at greet bargains. Huekabuek, Birds Eye. Scotch and Irish Towelling. A'ar? assortment ofkiano, Is. Fam^H GoJdS"^ Cloths, with a full and general assortment of

?hi,? 5*??:ntiU ?tTles and prices of the m^r"'mmed^Me sale? e tb"? 'o .nch price, u will EMBROIDERED AND MUSLIN DRESSES, kc. A splendid lot of Evening Dret.es will be sold nt halfthe i"w P",tb***d *t ? past sacrifice. 30 Embroidered Chimixetu, which will be told very cheap. 1M Doztu Linen Cambric Hdkfa. at Is,9s and 10s oer doz. 49 Dozen of Gent's French Linen Csmlric Hdkfa. and will be sold exactly 13 per cent less then they com to imp^rTWhich1 abont 30 per cent less then the regular price. Ve ret Scarfs only 2s. Ladies' Neck Scarfs-: 11 will b? sold very low. Wiih s greet variety of other Fancy Goods. 1 l?7"_,D,are ars snymeichanU from other towns and cities In New York, they will do well to eall. Terms ea>h or ap proved paper. J. N fc T. H. 8ELBY k CO.. , _ _ . No. 943 Broadway, New York. I I*l '"*a Is* of Splendid 1 a.hnera E. Cotee of Patrnln, LapiB.Beydoti, ocibcr k Co., in '.itis.jctore, ju*c o|>en<td,beioc :"S Vi111 w# fihib cat ill ear ?tore, and will bs rs tailed Ion * 10 13 eeate per rard lea. than they have been ?aae m .his markrt. We invite nU to call and i nee them. alb Itu'ia OFFICE OF THE NEW YORK OAS LiGHT CO. Tt.i? . . ... December I9d, 1143. HE Annual Election for Thirteen Directers of the Cora *iilHi k,ld at this okee, No 1T? Centre street, on Monday the 12thidny of January next, between Die hours of U ?si* o cioe*, a, m. Bo<>fe will be eloeed from the 27th instant until alter ihe election. By ordar, d,<u><Ufe C. L. EVERITT, Secretary. I J. the Parisian secret. UBT_P!JBL1SHED,. n New Translation from the French, . "The Parisian Sterne, or Sell Preservation:'* a per ??***' Ditnaenn, under all eircumetaaeet, without the use of Medicine or any dwegreanble neceasitr? V *?d employed by men of ftshioa in itrii, Londoa, and other large* eitiet. B Y ALEXANDER LEBAUM, M. D , Member of the Facultr of Medicine of Peris-Phyticum to the Vsnereal Hospital?Ksight of th. Uglon ofHonm.kc, kc nee ..e St Honore 29. Pans . H?b'j*b*i by, Robert H. - .imont. Legal Deputy lor Dr. Le beoaa. 11* Washington st, Boston. Price fig cents per copy? i7iCaSlf,H?ri1' ordJr? should be uddieased, peat paid, "ober^H. Dumout.as above. Police Intelligence. Jaw. 8.?Chargt of Perjury?Henry J. Ortw v?. Or Lucius 8. Csmslock, druggist, Ha. 81 ???"'?"1- 4*0 /?r Perjury?Before Justice Drinker end qetareo^-Tho examination In this oaee waa continued, the appointed hour. The Doctor stated to the court that the young man alluded to in yesterday's proceeding, as having b?en indicted by Henry J. Orew. 'or penury in Jersey City, wa? not in the employ of Cometock fc Co., nor ha* ho beeu for the la?t two year*. The Doctor then commenced hi? opening epeech for hit defence, of con siderable length and somewhat loquacioui l he Doc tor went oa to itate that he would *huw ini hi* defence clearly, that the contract between him and Dal y was not violated, which he would prove by the original contract; he would thow to the satisfaction of the court that he had told Linn'a Balm and Sublimate Burn Ointment, be tween live and lix yeara betore this contract was en tered into ; alio, he would ihow that he bad *ent ono of hi* clerk* to Dally respecting the intrineemenL and Dal ly replied that it waa jio infringement o? hia article ; he would further abow bv his clerks, that ??e never made any charge in the book* respecting the printing of the wrappers6; he intended <o sUw conclusively, that in stead of his being behind hand in pay ments to Dally, that Daily's notes were always paid at maturity, end fre quently received money in advance-that he would show by documents. He was well aware that the gist of this charge was concocted by Grew, but he would clearly show to the court that Orew made an affidavit, and then afterwards contradicted hts own declarations ; he would also prore that the contract was forged and 0?rew has sworn that the body of the contract was in the hand writing of Comstock. when hewould clearly show it to be in the hsnd writing of Dewit C. Ross , this he said, must show, when he made his affidavit, conclusively, that he has since sworn differently from the previous statement; at the time the settlement was made, it was done by his lawyer, without his knowledge or consent; the Doctor then recalled Mr. C.J. Rooievelt. DocToa?Has Dally ever told you the cause of all his bj tw interfoMQC, .( "SXJVSSU <li?l be toll you that t Witness?In the winter of 1846 Doctor-How long have you known Orew r Witness?About two or three years. DocToa-Whatis Grow'* character for truth and vera city 7 , , Witness?Very bad, sir. DocToa?Would you believe him under oath r Witness ?I would not. Justice Drinksb?What do you baso your opinion "'witness? From my own transactions with him, and from what others know of him. fThis witness was cross-examined by Mr. Grew ] Grew?What are the transactions that Grew has had with you, which lead you to form this opinion 7 Witness As far as I am concerned, I cannot answer that question ; however, there is one transaction : Crew called upon me in Albany ; he offered to sell me about one gross of the pain extractor, much less than the re gular market price ; also stated that he was bound not to sell any in Albany ; therefore, he must get it by the name of Trust; he, Grew, went to Daily's house and got ^Jl'st'ce?From whom else did you hear respecting his Cl>WrrNESS? I have haard Henry Dally himself say that Grew was not to bo beliovod?also Mr. pally i lawyer says so?both the Doctor's brothers, and also counsel '?Giraw*took tha contract and ahowad it to tha witnaas, and aakad him if ha knew the hand writing 7 Witness?The body of the contract is in the hand writing of Ross, except tha last clause. George Y. Oilbbrt, sworn, andexamined by the Doc l? Doctor-Do you know my hand writing 7 Look at the body of that contract. Witness?It is not in your hand writing. A paper was then handed to the witness by the Doc tor. purporting to be a statement drawn up by the wit ness and dictated by Grew, in the office of witness, stab ing in substance that Dally had violated his affidavit; and injunction also, that Mr. Grew gave him this state ment to show that Mr. Dally had sworn to what was n >t true. Grew also pointed out to the witness, in his affi davit, wherein be had swore that Dally had deposited on storage 10 dozen of the pain extractor. It being now three o'clock, the Court adjourned until to-day (Friday) at half-past 10 o'clock. Robbing hit Employer.?Henry Carlow was arrested yesterday by a policeman, for stealing a gold P0ocil case; also $10in money, from Mr. Bryan Shotweu, No. 183 Bowery ; also, from Mr. Smith, No. 390 Broome St., he stole >8 in money. Committed by Justice Taylor. Rt/emy ?Margaret Hastings was arrested yesterdav by officer Whikehart, for bigamy, she being the lawiul wife of Thomas Hastings, who is far, far, at sea ; and poor Maggy feeling very ionely, and having dreampt that Tom was lost at sea, on one stormy night, got mar ried to one John, alias James Curtis, on the -JOth of June, 1846, having good reason to believe that her dream was not true. John knew very well that Mag was a married woman, therefore a warrant was imued for him, charg ing him also with a felony, for having married this wo man, knowing her to be the wife of another. The first husband is still absent at sea; consequently the complaint was made by Mr. Levi Ives, wis keeps a sailor J>?ardinjr house in the " star'' ward. They were both held to bail in the sum of >1000 each, to appearand answer, by Jus Uce Osborne. The Conspiracy Cat*.-In the case of Mr^Bergsn mentioned yesterday, it seems ths whole proceedings have originated from an attempt on his part to punish the sheep dealers for an alleged breaking open and robbing of the trunk of O'Connor of >460, uoon which complaint they were discharged; and also for taking him on a sheep speculation, wherein O Connor is said to have furnisbod the money. It eeems, too, that O'Connor in sisted that Mr. B. should keep his money trom him, and that Mr. B. threatened to use, end did use the legitimate police. Mr. B. demanded an immediate hearing. All the fscts will yet come out. Court ofOensral Sessions. Jan. 8.? Before Recorder Tallmadge, and Aldermen Conner and Compton Jonas B. Philim, Esq., Acting Distriot Attorney. Trial far Burglary.?Twolads, about 17 years old. named Semnel Jackson and John Burke, were tried on an indictment for e burglaryin the first degree, in hav imr on the night of the 8th of November lest, broken into th? house of Mr. John IL dmond. at tha corner of the 3rd avenue and 12th streat, and stolen some small pieces ol lilvtr coin and stme keys. . Mr. Redmond deposed that his premises were entered by forcing open one ol the shop windows with a chisel, and the property referred to taken away; also that a key and an English sixpence, stolen from bis premises, were returned to wi nes* by en officer. Officer Mansfield deposed tint he assisted in anresting the accused, and that on searching Burke an English six pen*? wa> found in one of hia boot*; two brass hey* were also found upon hi* person, which were claimod by ^A portion of a pocket handkerchief, loft by the burglars in the store of Mr. Redmond, was also found to corres pond with another portion found upon the person of Burke. None of the article* stolen having been found upon the pereen of Jackscn, the Jury acquitted him ; and as there appeared sosae doubts whether Mr. h i store was so connected with his dwelling ae to constitute e burglary in the 1st degree, the Jury rendered a ver dict in the third degree, end the court sentenced him to the Bute prison for the term of 2 years. The Grand hquatl.-Tht Urand Jury entered the court and stated that they bad finished op all the busi ness presented for their consideration, and desired, in order to evoid any delay, to appoint some assist Mr. Philips during lh# indisposition of tho District AtW*n*M Trice, Esq. was assigned by the court as the associate of Mr. Philip*. ? ... Cat' of CharUtA. Higgint.-TU H? Bins applied to the court to be allowed to withdraw the pleas ol guilty to the remaining indictmente against him !or forgery, and to put in demurrer, to the same. The court famed the motion of coumeLandorieredoneof the ether indictments to be proceeded with to-morrow, until when tho Court adjourned. Circuit Court. Before Judge Edmonds. Jas. S-?Fayerwuthtr v$. Bancktr, et alt?Mr. Bos worth the pleiotifTe counsel, wee taken ill about one o'clock, yesterdsy, and the ceae aUndt adjourned to Monday next. Ore. If. Plait et al, vs. Richard D. Lit tell, John To lion. Seaman, et ml.?Xbia wae an action to recover the amount of a promissory note made by the Stateu I aland Bank, for |30o0, dated 6 h October, 1841, endorsed by defen dant The money waa loaned to the bank by jplalntiffs, who took aa security the note in qneation.The signatures of the preaideut and caahier, and the aignaturea of the en doraere, were proved. The defendanta objected to have the note read in evidence, because It appeered on ita face to have been leaned by the bank, payable twelve deya after date, contrary to tho 4th eection of the banking "od in 1840, which prohibits any individual law. aa amended ... ,?r...? .u/ banker, or banking institution, leaning or putting in cir culation any note, unleaa payable on demand, and with out interest; and contended that the tame waa void.? The court sustained the objection, and reluaed to permit the note to be read to.tbe jury, on that ground. The plaintiffs then asked permission offcourt to go to the Jury on the t -alimony of Henry Sheppard, a witness produced by them, who awore that the loan was made to the bank, but on tho strength ol the endorsers' security. The counsel lor the plaintiffs insisted that, inasmuch as the loan was on the strength of the defendants security, he ! had a right to ask the Jury to eay that tho loan was msdo | to tho defendanta, and to give their verdict for the plain tiffs accordingly. Tho Judgo ruled that the testimony showed so clearly I a loan to tho bank, and not to tho defendants, that plain- 1 tiffs were not entitled to have the question submitted to the Jury, and granted a non-suit. For plaintiffs, John Anthon and E. W. Cone; for defen dants, Konnoy.Townaend and 8. Sherwood. Sutton, the person who waa convicted of an assault, with intent to commit a rape upon the person of Mrs. Mary Ann Kone, of .Baltimore county, was dis charged on tho 0th instant, by tho County Court, before whom ho was tried. Twenty-nine vessels, belonging to Ilingham, " i of msck Mess , have taken 17,300 barrels of mackerel this season, nearly 8000 barrels more than ward taken by the same number of vessels last season. Findley Patteraon (detn.) haa been elected Speaker of tho House of Representatives, Psnn. Mr. " - was elected Speaker to tho Senate Sherwood, of Tioga, A lady in Philadelphia, named Debola, found K*"ff*"ff bar door, o bog, containing a diamond nag, whJohnad boon stolon horn her sometime previously. Superior Court* Before Chief Jul tree Jones. Jen.8.?Joseph Blunt vi. Jtllan Hon?The Court sub mitted a long and able charge to the jury, upon the nui. 1 sance caae hitherto reported in the Herald, and which haa occupied the attention of the Court for the laat two two days. Hie Honor the Chief Juatice firat commented upon the privilege! of tho landholder, and aaid it win an acknowledged principle in law that m man holding property had a perlect right to appropriate hie relate to aoy lawlul and legitimate purpo?e, and at the aame atat ed that another im|>ortant maxim waa that the righta of hia neighbor ahould be reapected ; and that there fore, if it waa made clear in evidence that a nuiaaaco existed in any populous portion of the city, it >1 came at once aubject to romoval, or the proprietor thereof ren dered himself liable for damages sustained by iudividu- I ala or a community This was brought as a civil suit, and the plaintiff alleges that he suffered by a deprecia tion in his property,in consequence of this nuisance com plained of. The defence maintain that this neighborhood (corner of Firat avenue and Second street,) had been spe cialty appropriated for tho purposes here avowed, and that the plaintiff was aware of tne existence of this state of things at the time he effected the purchase of this iden tical property, injuriously affected by the'proaecution of tho defendant's business. The Court thought this por tion rather untenable?that in a city like ours,where the march of improvement waa continually progressive, these offensive establishments ahould give way, as from time to time the circumstances of the caae should make it necessary. He briefly adverted to tho testimony which had been presented, and confided the wholo matter en tirely to the consideration of the jury, who could not but be satisfied as to the amount of damages the plaintiff had sustained inconsequence of this nuisance,herein express ly complains 1 of. After the Chief Justice had concluded bis charge, J. \V. Gerard, Ksq., arose and wished his Honor to charge the jury upon some particular point) the Court, how ever, said they had listened with patience to the argu ment of the counsel on either aide, and he, therefore, pe remptorily refused to listen to any further suggestions. The jury returned a verdict of six cents damages and six cants costs. Smith Cutter vs. N. H. Wolfe.?This is an action brought for the rocovory of the amount of a certificate of de|K>site, found to be in the possession of the defend ant, a commission merchant in this city, under the fol lowing circumstances : ? It appears that the plaintiff in this suit, was appointed as assignee of Jjjhn W Laverty, John L. M. Cutter, and Smith Cutter, Jr., c m prising tho firm of Laverty, Cutter A Co, who failed in business (doing a heavy dry goods jobbing trade) in tho yoar 1837. It also appears that tho members of this firm con tinued to act in the capacity of clerks, or assistants, in the settlement of their outstanding affairs for about one year, and during this period received a certificate oi de posit irom a house in Mobile in the amount of $1,385, which, as the plaintiff alleges, was handed to the de fendant, for purposes of discount; but that instead ol handing over the proceeds, he applied them to the ciedit of his brother-in-law, John L. M. Cutter, and has since refused to account in any way for the alleged mal-ap propriation of this money. The defence contend that this matt-r was iullv understood by the active members oi this late firm, and that he was clearly entitled to the avail* of this certificate. To be resumed to-morrow. Before Judge Oakley. Kteler $ Dann vi. William Joves, Sheriff of the City arid County of New York.?This is an actiou of trover. It appears that Thomas J. Harris kept a hat store at 80 Grand street, and that the Sheriff (the defendant in thia anil) mad* a levy upon hie atock in trade,on the Slat of Jnly, 1845, by virtue of an exacntion upon a Judg ment debtor $170, and sold him out at SheiifTa sale; the entire proceeds of which amounted to $54. I The plaintiffs contend that they were the owner* oi I this property, and that they supplied this Harris with hats, caps, lie., to sell on their account, and that he was entitled only to a commission for actual sales made by him. They therefore bring this suit for tho recovery of $167, as the amount of property consigned by them to Harris, for which he had rendered no returns. The de fence insists that these goodi attached by the Sherifl', were actual and bona fide purchases, and that they made no consignment*, as they allege, until the lltli Auguat, some 10 or 11 day a after the levy and sale. Sealed verdict to-moriow morning. Common Pleua. Before Judge Daly. #?f?B^se ?t5: SSSBiaS. .ho?l J ""'i.lu ' Th. diet, on the groniwl that Hwm^a replevin ^ Snr,i<ThWdSl-ne?"me he.itiuon, received the ver diWm. M. Mitchell and Geo Brad.hew, for plaintiff.; Tenbrock & Wil.on, for defan]/?%, ,, _Thig wai atl rendered brtthe plaintiff, u attorne^tor^ ^ho ra&r 4^3.^- .rs*. ss s. ton. had employed him P?0*?? *fterwardi to die a judgment again.t McCarthy, ^ after Mr. Smith bill again.t him1 for u <*,c??7topPe<i by the defendant; WKST^ffiM"J...' co.U.a'n'd defendant refu.ed 'OW ihVdd^WitriXV?;iCd?hrt defendant'* debt amounted to but $81, ^^^Vtlheme.lin^they Alu.ed' them and v{r. Smith that he would ??c?Pt the bill X ^ E? ?P^,i^effiinMh'iinLme1 Om further proceeding tha defence, and he pre ^S253=awSr^--? ! law argumente. ____ I TIrstrlttivr Conflagration IN Concord. i ass sr-saaygsffi^fc ;r..s%w.?Sattllss are as r,b.w rt&2raSttrs O. and C.'a aafo (containing air 'h.ir^oox , ^ ?itu.ted, the latter wee ^ ^ content* uninjured. Oiimoro JW I*gSgJSSfJ&f* On count of thoir ftock, wbicj* t|l/nartf?rd Firo Insurance Si'IMS KSi $?,000 in each. Tha Railroad Company ^ und cart including the building*?rth u k8id to be 'no in.urance worth $8,000, 0IJ?,bichthe $li8 000. The origin The total lo*e will doubtla** reaon a , rtainej R of the lira 1. not, at thi. Urn. <l.ttn.tely Mcanain ^ ^ i* *uppo?ed, however, to ha* t . . t eTeni?j{, The of the car*, which arriee y t to the centre of the Railroad track wa* laid directly lowfu? ^ Car-hou?ei burnt building*; thi* P'rt f . q i, room*. The and wa. are insurance companie* in Bo The content* tha Manufacturer.'F.rem.n.and N.R.na.^ ^ ^ of the lata having been examined, are ioun iojurad.? Concti, N. H Patr,.t, Jan. 7. dnais follow tng?w* r#"t h a bu.lding.|damagad:Amar^HotaJ, ^TrSZSWMM Lrcmrt ?&???&. ? SSKToS1SSSfc bjinjayjigfj: S"3^' Mr. Smith, not i" "MU3 a. a .tore, ineurad. duelling hou*a*war# ( Domlnick etraat about ?ured. V ?"V;, 'S On. houea. i.?rad, a doien buildingi wer ^ ^rcRanu add mechanic. Robert Walk.C ?00; tfc u,0Ufh damaged U> a vary r. nr. a J oh a Wood, I nan red on furniture, fI,3Wj tt'ur. ramoved. Harold H Pop.>?*$**?*?S iiiAO: furniture removed. Tbomaa Wiittam*. we ^ fur^tura removad. Thomea Wilbem*. toanrau iclathlng, fcc $70ti. Tk. 0^.^ 10,000. 01 which parhap* killed by Ue w inaunuce. Oae man, Oaorga Fox, wa* kuio* 7 dling of a chimney. The ^-~?^iisrsriES23 ci^ Erik, Pennsylvania, Dec. 26, 1846. Tut Fun of Sleighing?The Danger* of Lake Navi gation?Bu strut a Affaire?U. 8. Steamer Mir hi gan?Office Seeking, $-c., tfc. in these psris, during the long winters, and when n lvigation closes, there is a dearth ot amusements for those who follow the Lakes tor a livelihood, and who winter here?they are, therelore, thrown upon their own resources for amusements, and resort to all Banner of expedients to pass the time agreeably, and are always glad of an occasion to have a little spree or jolli tcation on their own accounts ; ond as the sleighing Is remarkably good this winter, it forma a line field for ?port. Testerday being a very beautiful day, very mild, and the sun shining brightly, scores of sleighs wen dashing about, and quite a sensation was created by tha l'reabyterian clii/ue ; for .you must know that society hore is cut up and divided into sets, as it is elsewhere.? There are the Presbyterians, the Episcopalians, ice., icc. Each possess'their own particular friends and associates. Well, this excitement was caused by an immense sleigh, drawn bv four horses, and filled with the youth and beauty of tbe Presbyterians. At night the " boys" were out having a Christmas Evo spree ; C '* saloon was thronged with them, and the oysters and liquor quickly vanished. He cetera for our gormandizing public, and is also a "me uber of the bar;" only, instead of handling " Uriels," he handles a " mud dler." The steamboat Helen Strong, (her lint seaaon out,) put in here about six weeks since, with her crank broke ?from here she went to Buffalo and was repaired, and started with a load of paaaengers aod freight for Detroit; whon within a few miles of the mouth of that river she was frozen fast iu the ice ; after great difficulty the pas sengers, captain and part of the crew left her, and suc ceeded in getting ashore on the ice. The mate and five men determined to remain by her, thotfgh urged to go ashore by the captain, with the rest. She was after wards blown out in the Lake, and alter drifting about in a helpless manner, quite s wreck, for three weeks, she was driven ashore on the weet side of Presque isle. Assistance was immediately ren dered by our citizena, headed by Cept. Bobbins, who is always ready in cases of emergency, and by the officers of the U. S. steamer Michigan, who, with tbe men under their command, have succeeded in landing the freight, cousiiling of whiskey, cheese, grindstones, kc. Icc., and are now preparing to launch her again, and get her safe into the haibor, for if a gale should spring up from tbe West, she would certainly go to pieces. They have worked indefatigably, and too much praise cannot be awarded them. Affairs here are looking up, and our merchants and others aro preparing lor an active business upon the opening of navigation and the canal; and no doubt their expectations will be realized, t&t when it becomes gene rally known that it is cheaper by this route, all the mer chants and traders from tbe towns and cities on the Ohio, and throughout the West, who go to Boston and New York to purchase goods, will send through this way, which is a great desideratum. I There are laying up in our harbor for tbe winter, (which is decidedly the best on the Lakes) the U. 8. i steamer Michigan, U. 8. topographical steamer Survey er, i revenue cutter Erie, and four or five steamers owned by (Jen. C. M. Reed, and, also, various sail craft, some ef which were frozen up la the ice before they could get out. Ofllce-seeklog here, as elsewhere, has been all the go ; those who have woiked hard for the " party" axpect to be remunerated by fut offices under government, and a share of the spoils. The town offices are filled. A demo cratic Postmaster and Collector fill the places of the whigs removed to make room for them. Thia is, doubt less, all right. Nothing can be said on that point. It hai been to heretofore, and will be so again, should tho whigs evarcome in power again, which, by tha by, tho knowing ones seem to doubt. Some, however, have not received appointments?all cannot have them?yet they aro waiting anxiously, in daily expectation of being ap pointed. They would not object being sent to " foreign parts," as ministers plenipotentiary. Lord help their innocence ! Those whe have done the dirty work of the " party," and who, consequently, cannot make out ?uch a strong claim upon it, are satisfied to be rewarded in a smeller way. Borne have been elected by the " bono and sinew'' L> represent them and the people in the As sembly, and others have promises showered upon them; but, ales ! no offices. Tbe weather has been extremely cold. Tho ther mometer has been several degrees below zero, but it ia now more moderate. Mineral Point, W. T., Dec. #, 184#. The Pro*ferity of the Country? The Mining Land*. Our country is exceedingly prosperous, mors so, perhaps, than any other portion of the United States; a lull supply of every article needful?the products of the country bearing a lair price, and a large market at home create! by the extraordinary emigration whieh we have had this season, which is 'estimated to number from 60 to 100,000 persons, nearly double the original population?our currency of the best, principally gold and silver, with our lead to furnish an abundance ot eastern exchange. The present prosperity will, how. evor, load to speculation, much to tho injnry of tho country. Should you visit Washington, be good enough to lend a helping band to our friends, who are making every ex ertion to procure a salo of the mineral lands. The coun try absolutely requires it?the situation of the mines is such that capital inimt be employed to prosecute them with success; since the surface has been dug over, machi nery has now to be used to take off tbe water and to raise the stuff. A large amount Of lanor has to be expended in sinking shafts and running drifts, and the uncertain tenura with which the ground is now held, together with the rent required for the government, deter* capitalists ; consequently much of the diggings, unless there is a solo of the lands, must and will be abandoned; turtheimere, the manner the government has managed, baa rendered greet confusion, even in the titles to those lands which have been already sold. Under the late decision ef the Supreme Court in the case of the United States vs. Gear, all lands whare mineral may have been " struck," arc reserved by the operation of law from salo. Many of those lands nave been sold -some because such lands were not designated on the maps; othsrs because the quantity of mineral found did not indicate a sufficient body of ore to make them of any value ; but tha find ing of mineral is exceedingly uncertain and has no fixed marks. Sinoe the sale, many of these lands have been found to contain Urge bodies of lead ; thus all the titles are thiown into confusion, which creates great difficulty among our citizens?retarding the improvement ef the country, while the government is not receiving tunta sufficient to pay their several .lead superintendents and other expenses. BLEECKER'S BIRD DEPOT. No. O Actor Place, late Itla Street, jf few door* Eait of Broadway, Bew York. THE subscriber respectfully informs the public that he has ? opened the abor* store for the sale oi Birds, (Foreign and Native.) Cages, Seed*, kc. and hopes by strict attention and lair and upright dealing, to merit the patronage of thoee dispo sed to indulge in thie most delightful fancy In addition to thoee mentioned, his stock will comprise all articles in his line, including Fancy Pigeons of tho different sorts, Gold and Silver Kish. Herman Plate, mad* after an ap. proved receipt, Cuttle Fiali Bone. Eon cuius, Baths, kc. kc. N. B. Orders from out of the city carefully attended to, and promptly executed LEONARD BLKECKER. ?NdSv York. Dec. U. UHV dWrn'r JUDGE FOR YOURSELF. HUNTKRIAN DY8PF.N8ARY, No. J Division street, e? uhlishod A.D. IS3J. by the presentpioprtotoe, lor the suc cessful treatment of a diveaae or a secret nature and for the sale of UR. HUNTER'S RED DHOP. This medicine is the only rem-dy on earth that can safely be relied on to tho roughly cure this horrid disease without injury to the eonati tation, and wituout diet or hiadraaco from business, even when all elie have failed. A comprehensive treatise accompMiaa each vial, (with full directions,) which ia wamated to effec tually cure in all casea, no matter how lung nunding, or how deeply seated in the system, with fess trouble to the patient and ill a shorter since of time, than any other medicine in the world, or no pay will lie taken. Price $1 per vial. for lm*rc |d^OO, AN EXTENSIVE RAFFLE. THE elegant and favorite Hotel Dae Duax Freree, situated opposite Duana Park, w tobs raffled, for tho above smouet by tho 1st of February, or at any time intervening, at tho option of the rafflers; to bo divided into thirty-three chance* at SIM per chance, tha wmaar brooming the possessorof the establishment as it is, inclnding their magnificent AieCaahion Billiard Tables, snd all the appurtenances. Tho proprietors being dssiroua in enter into business is Philadelphia, have been indnced, by mmy of their friends, who are nations, although not enabled to purchase their Hotal, to take i his nun bod to bring It Wit), n the power of most any who are willing to hazard tha necessary amount for a chance, srheoaia thorn M mora likelihood of success than ia a thousand of the vsio specula tions that are entered into every day. Ths above Hotel won renovated I ait apring and I .unshed to tho most extravagant ii t ie, sod is now in the most compute order, la order that tho irfsir may be conducted satisfactory to the eubaeribrss. they ban appoint judges among themselves, who aro comi Slant to ire ton any ampules that may mine. 1*1 Dunne street, opposite Duqae Park. N. B ?Gentleman requiring privata noma, can hare ihem to raffle off chances, gratia. dB Wr TO THE LADIES'! TO THE LADIES !!! LADIES having nay kind of cant of or anparfluoae Clothing to dispute oi. (cither Ladies or Gentlemen.) con obtains fair euh prier for iht urn*, by for iibsiriVtr, at her rus.denee, No ? Duaue atraet.^jw-jn^ P. S.-A latter through tha Poet Oftoe, *t otherwise, will bo ?w lyre GVm'HvKSl Kb.!*JWTUk, the beat, the vary boot. Dire it only a augl ask any mora to eonrinee yon. I warn at it. rorml.wholmD.^roua.UjuLi Perfumery and Chemical Store, ? Sooth Third a root. PhOadolphlo. and by my sganu.?J. B. Jaquemod, No. 415 Broadway; r. A Arte a It, Lafayettt Banner, Nos. ?4? at d 151 Broadway; A. will/irJ. 8. W. corner of Cedar and Willi, m streets. Premiums swarded atthe Krunkiin*t???"etO- alp lm*TQ | DK. HULL'rv TKU88BS AND ABDOMINAL SUPPORT! B. rHE superiority of Dr. Hall's instrument n far all ?hffi>t is acknowledged by tha moat eminent phi eietaas in En "Bake'tVeeey^trtet, Aator llone*. A fomiDa In i tha Indies' deportment ftlllffi*?

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