Newspaper of The New York Herald, December 3, 1846, Page 5

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated December 3, 1846 Page 5
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lUllrf to (k* Af81eU4.?Tkli la Um mum far rh*um?t am, pains, stiffness of th# J mats, assailing of rjusseular inbitaue", he. We wonld recommendthosa otoar friends who are afflicted to try Riot's Syrup, prepared expressly for disesses of this class. We anew it to be A No. 1 ta ra'aivsg rhamsntm;%ad it is pat ap with the grrataetpoeaibia oaro, and is deitioed to do more good in the way of >elieTing t' o distressed than any oiher medicine ever sffetedtothe public. The <ngr*diaats of which it is composed are known end universally recorr mended by the whole medical faculty. They a-e hydrodatoof potassa, saraaparilla, and yellow does roots, three of the greatest pariflers of the blood, and of the system generally known; and by their Jadiriona admixtare th'ir effects are greatly mcreesej Prepaied and for aale by Charles H. Hug, Chemist, 191 Broadway, cor. John at I i ea i ggg?-gageesgeg Navigation of tlao Ohio Hlver, Placet Rat Stat* e/ Rfese Cincinnati. . .. . Nor. 19 10 ft., awl rising. Wheeling Not 94 IS ft and falling. Pittsburg Nor 97 9 ft. 9 in. falling. Louisville Nor 98 8 ft. 9 In rising. HONEY IHAKICKTWednesday, Det. *?? ** Stocks oponod quite Arm to-day at tha ftrst call, at a slight daclina from jrostorday's quotstions. At second Cell, however avsrv thins ease wsv. sad a irenerel decline took plica of from X to 1 par cant, and cloaad heavily. Harlem aold a* low aa 49>?,and Norwich 60 From appearance*, a further falling off may be ex! pected. The eleventh annual report of the Wilmington and Raleigh Railroad Company, exhibit* the annexed tatoment of their affairs:? WiLMinoroit in Raleigh Railboad. Liabilities of the company on the 1st October, 1846, $688,817 63. Which sum i* made up as follows:? Bonds sold in England, bearing 6 per cent interest $333,666 67 To the Literary Fund of the State of North Caroline, at 6 per cent interest 86 000 00 Company's bonds endorsed by the State of North Carolina, bearing 6 per cent internet 360,000 60 Bills payable, bearing 7 per cent interest.. 16.000 00 bearing 6 per cent interest... 43,373 86 Scrip Bonds due to Contractors. 1,793 46 Bonds for hire of negro laborers, due Jan. 1, 1846, and previous 6,989 48 " " " due Jan. 1,1847.. 18,370 00 Due sundry persons for materials, labor, lie. 80,876 08 $668,817 63 Amount of receipts from railroad ior the year ending Oct 1st. For passengers $106,469 60 J freight. . 44,766 11 Ouqped with the interest thereon. The revenue irem customs received at Livei pool, for three quarter* this year, compared with corresponding quarter* in 1345, were as annexed Rtrisrt raeif Customs?LtrtarooL. July ?.3J.il$ ?334,331 August 277,947 394,993 September ST,MS <37.7*4 Oiviag ?997,99$ *('t 1.0I?,3*3 Showing an increase in the quarter of ?110,896. Taking the three quarters of the year now ended, tho account will stand a* fellows t? QuaSTBBs JCisncn, IMS. 1*4*. April S MOTS 7*1,477 July* *17,*7* *44.4** October 1* 997,999 l.OM.SQI Totals iM44J4t ?1,754,3*0 ?showing a gross increase upon tho nine months o* ?110*00. In 1041 the revenue from customs received at Liverpool was 4(4,4*7,004, and in 1845 ?3,4*0,113, shewing a - mail umnaporrauon 37,ow M >183,383 OA Expense* of rood for the year 191 004 49 Amount of receipt from ateamboats for tho year ending Octobor lit lor peaaengera and freight. . .>90,474 90 " mail tram portion 97,000 94 >183,030 84 Xxpenaea of boat* for tho year 07,837 90 Not preftta of road and boati >38,140 04 In regard to the expenae* of the road, tho examining committee any: " It will be aeon that the expenditarea of tha railroad are to an amount greatly exceeding that of any previous year. "The Committee think proper to explain that thare haa been expended during the year for four new locomotives, two new coachea, a large 'number of now trucka, and a new coach houaa, tha aum of >43,391 07, which Joaa not properly belong to tha currant expenaea of the road "It appeara by tha report of tha aupenntandent of the road and read repaira, that there haa been expended for road repaira, (including tha aum of >31,747 74 for now iron) the sum ot >79,790 44." CoMrxa&Tirx Table a of Anhual Receipts in Expentube! i? bairoad. Receipts. Empenditurts. 184 1 163,628 08 131, 385 14 184 2 118,1UJ ?7 94.107 42 1143 122,100 72 70,170 80 1844.....' 130.703 24 131.646 13 184 3 161,481 11 121,003 33 1M6 103,200 03 191,034 49 iteawroats. 1841 134.600 31 110360 80 1012 03,873 *1 86,083 83 1843 104,064 27 77,900 08 1044 130,820 41 71.027 09 1043 127,009 34 00.203 65 1040 133,333 04 87,027 96 The Company intend applying to tha Legialatureof the Btala lu> -- ?J ? ' "* ? ? unuuimui vt lueir uwwr, wnn view 10 an extension of the roed to Fair Bluff, or aome other point en the 8eoth Carolina line. For the purpoie of providing a (inking fond for the liquidation of the debt of the Company, it waa resolved at a meeting of the ateekholdera that the preaident and director* be inatruct?d to prepare with eat delay, an'instrument of writing, and cause it to be preaonted to every atockholder in the oempeay, for hia or her signature, binding them to the payment of $5 on each ahare of (took anaaally for five yeara, oa and after the lat Nov., 1047, for the purpoae of raising eaid fund ; that no auch aubaoriptioa shall be con aidered binding until the aaaeat of individual holdara of at leaet MOO aharea be ebtained, and alao the conaent of the Legislature to a similar contribution on the atock held by the State ; that all the net proceeds of the read, after paying the expenaea ol the company and the inte. reat on the debt, shall be added to (aid fund, until the whole debt ahall bo extinguished; and, that after the debts ef the cempany ahall have been paid, the whole proceeds of said rood shall be and are hereby pledged to the repayments te the stockholders of their contributions so above, until the sums ee contributed shall be re ueacieney la tue year at ?1,064,062. Tiki* *U ascount 4 for by tha tariff redactions, including ?900,004 aa the lee* aa oettoa in the part of Liverpool alana. Thar* ha* bean thi* year farther reduction* of iaiportaat duties, yet tha revenue ia steadily ragainiag its former position, a ad ia a few years, ualeas soma more redactions era mad*, tha customs reveaaa at Lirarpool will b* greater than over before. A rery groat increase in tha camatarce of the part, must b* raallxad to produoa a reraaaa under tha new tariff equal t* that rocairad under tk* eld, but from the appearance of our export trad*, wa should jndge thor* was vary little doubt but that tha mast sanguis* anticipation* would b* raalitad. The rerenua from customs rocairad at Maaohastar for three quartan this year, cam par ad with correspond' log quartan last, was as annexed Haraaca pbom Customs?Mtacinria. Amount raceirad during tha quarter ending October 10, 1840 ?96,040 Ditto October 10, 1949 16,464 Increase on tha quarter ?38,170 Com par* tire statement, ^phowing the amount of customs duties collected in Manchester daring the first three quartan of tha prasant year, and the correspond' ing quartan of IMA Qvsbtcbs Ebdino, ' 45. 1141. /ncreesr April 9....?11,MS April 3 SS.4S7 >7.3*4 J?li 3 11.est Jaly 3 34,*M 41.341 October it. II ?44 October It. .36.441 II,174 ?13,116 1411ST Tout.?114,Ml It is gratifying to obsarra an inoraaa* of receipts dur ing last quarter, notwithstanding tha large amonat of duty paid during the one preceding upon wheat, iaor <M , immediately after the passing of Sir R Peal's corn maasun. We undentand that it ia accounted for by the in cratesd number of partiae taking advantage of the saving f oharges, and tha convenience and satisfaction attending the beading system, which is now being generally adopted by the princinal wholesale dealers in tnha/r** i taa ud coflca, wind* and pirita, he, in Manohaalar and ! it* naighborhood Th* toll* on th* Waba*h Canal, from th# opening of navigation to th* lit of October thia year, compared with tha corra* ponding month* of l$4i, war* a* annexed Toll* on thi Waaaiii Cawal?Inniaaa. IMS, lilt March ta.JU 11 ??? IS April , 1,434 It 7,074 *4 M*r US SO I.MS 59 Jnaa Ill 34 9,131 13 Jaly l.ias IS 3.111 49 Ancact 1,799 49 1,011 74 Haptambar 7,714 IS 4,Ml 94 Total 113,474 II $31,441 SO -shewing MO W AO in par fond*, up to th* laat af September, thi* year, again*! $$B,*70 II in " blue dog,'' worth, at th* claae of navigation, 40 eant* to tha dollar ' that M, $0,000 07 Th* toll* for th* Month* of Octobor and Novaufcar )at year, war* a* follows October... $14 999 9$ November $18,01* i$ ! Krom present appearance* there will be an lncraaaa in these months thi* year. Tha Uorarnar af flouth Carolina, it) hi* to the Legi.latara of that flute, in alluding to the Anauaca of th* fltata, and the Bank of th* Stat*, remark* that? " Purine the paet year tha indabt*<tne?* of th* hut* ha* l,*an materially reduced i b? Bank af th>- Kin* ha? paid oil' the balance of the ran df $SO> 000. irttieri under the not of 1834, and which jell sue on th* i?t of January laat Th* promptatii with which the several latuas of fltata ttork ?iva bean roils wad u thay booato poyahlo, oomo | fell to reflect moat Ihvorebly on the oredlt jf flu fitataThe >?*nk has traneferred to the finking fund, from the profit* of th* Qteal yaar ending lat of October, the sum of fiM.900, and ha* aot apart a further amount, which it ha* been confide rod prudent to reeerre, to cover loetea. Thi* if an evidence that the institution if in successful operation. That th* bank has sustained losses during the year, is to b.i apprehended, hut thi* it incident to every such institution. No exercise of cautioncan prevent losses I from sometimes occurring ; and moro especially is it difficult to avoid them, when they arise out of circum stances which violate the most sacred obligation* cue to society. Isolated instances of thi* nature cannot and ought not to weaken our confidence in the well established charaoter ef our public agents ; nor is there any thing in the amount ot such losses to awaken anxiety as to the safety of the institution. The rate of interest, as at present established in this btate, it appears to me might, with advantage, be reduced to a lower standard Our banks all loan money at six per centum, and the lntereat on all the benda and judgment* in faver of th* United Statea, is computed at the aame rate. Without going elaborately into th* aubject, 1 would suggest the propriety of a lower rata, and that it be fixed hereafter at six instead of saven per centum, a* at present Old toe la lOiehange, $MM OhioT's MK M;*hs Hanem K Jl 4tV 35000 do ?M MX 100 do 49K 2000 U8?s, ?loxdiv 101 50 do *30 ?#> 10000 Fenn 5a at 175 do 49jJ 10300 do Mm t*X 100 do sll 49S 5000 do b90d 09 300 Norwich fc Wer 50V 100 shs farmers' Trust 2>X 130 do *10 50V 15 Canton Co 20V 30 do sM 50V IN Vicksbarg b30 6jj, >5 do 50% 50 Long Island R R 15 215 do , 50>J 50 do 24V 100 do *4u4 50 ! 100 do b45124X 50 do *00 50V ! 100 do 24V 50 do Ml M *0 do U? 60 do 50V 100 do .30 24 60 do aM 60 30 Erie K R 42V 100 Reeding R R bid 63V 10 do 42* 160 do blO 6j* Second Boerd. i v *'* *??,1u H"Um hr ISO aha Hulam KR blO 49* 60 do 60 30 do Us Mi Ialaud RR 23V 100 do *60 49V 60 Heeding RR 63V ,00 do ?00 49V 60 Nor It Wor RR (30 SO 100 do i(0 49V 100 do b60 50V 30 do 160 49S 23 do 30V SO do 49V 30 da 60V I 60 do 49^3 26 do 60V I ,? i? 49Z? M do ?is sow 100 do 4*^2 60 do (10 60? 50 do .10 49* 60 do 30V 100 do b3 60 60 do 30* JO do 50 100 Ceatna Co 26* 100 do (ty 50 30 N A Truat 7 Mow Block Ktchen((> ? aha Morria Canal 5* 100 Nark Wore KR a3 50V 5? i n ? 5fa 100 do e 50* 130 Harlem RR d 49V 60 do a30 60* 50 do (3 49V 160 do 60V ,50 do (30 49 V 26 do b3 30v M *o tw 40V 100 do e 60Ja J? do v 49V 100 do aW 50 J5.,.doa-? M 4*> 50 do b3 50V Z? fcI,l?Bi,RR?,. c 14\ 50 do Sat 60V 23 Nor k Wor RR a3 so 0 26 do e 60V 50 do blO 50* 26 do b3 50* Rarrlod, On Wedaeaday moralng, Dec. 3,1848, by the Rot. E F. Hatfield, Capt. Oco. W. Couch, of this city, to Mill Maay J. Hutchiwaa, of Manhaaaett, Look lalaod. In Junelaat, by the Rot Mr. Knocka, Miaa e. Arnica, aeie, daughtar of the late j. Andaroon, Jr., of thia dty, to W. Wallace Suttoh, m d , of Philadelphia. Died, On Tuesday, lit inst., Mr*. Elisabeth Oallawat, in the 67th year of her age. Her lriende and acquaintance*, and thoie of her daughter, Mr*. Sarah Michaela, and alio of John J Michael* and Win. T. Pinckney, are respectfully invited to attend her funeral, on Thursday afternoon, Dee. 1, at 3 o'clock, from her late residence, No. 136 Clinton street, without further invitation. Suddenly, yesterday morning, 3nd instant, Mr. Samuel Madlab, aged 63 years. His relations and friends are respectfully invited to attend his funeral, from his late residence, 147 Essex street at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. At Tompkinsville, 8. 1., on Wednesday morning, 3nd instant, Avon, son of Edward and Elizabeth Bush, aged 13 year* and 3 months. The relations and friends of the family are requested to attend the funeral, this day, at 10 o'clock, from thj residence of his father, at Quarantine, 8.1. On the 6th ult.. at the residence of her son, Mr. Oeorge Marshall, of Kitely, Canada West, Mrs. Mast Marshall, at the advanced age of 01 years, 1 month and 13 days. She was born 1766, in Pelham, Massachusetts. Mrs. Marshall with her husband, removed to Canada in the spring ol 1803. In consequence of the bad state of the roads from St. Regis, and to close the trials and sufferings of a protracted journey, she mounted on horseback with her youngest son, Oeorge, in her arms, until she reached her destination in Augusta. And it is a striking coincident that this same son has been callel upon to perform the painful but grateful duty of sustaining her in her second childhood, and of bearing her to her final resting place. Post Orrica, New Yobe, Dec. S, IMS. NOTICE.?Persons baring parchssed the prepaid Three Cent sumps *f the "United States City Dispatch." may either return them to the Post Office, ?her# they will be redeemed, or they may use them on let'ers for city delivery, and deposit the letters either in he Post Office or in tbe Dispatch Poat, called " Post Office City Deapateb." which letters will be delivered as prepared, I having made an arrangement with the " Post Office City Dispateli'Tto pay them for the delivery of such letters. d3 Itr KOBT. H. MORRIS. P. M. NEW YORK LIOHT DRAGOONS. 18th Reg*t. VI. Mgad*. N. Y. 8. A. THE Officers ef this rerimrut are requested to meet the Colonel, at the riding school of the renimenL rnrner nf cimstie and Delancy streets, on Saturday-, Dae 6th, at 2 'cluck P. M. A FdII and punctual attendaaee is requested, as matter or importance will than be brought before them. By order of WM. H. DUFF. Colonel. J. R. & VAN VLEET. Act'g. AdJ't. d3 2tis*r tTAIL 8TOuK U#1 DRV (IOOU WITH LEA.-E OF STORE *OK SALE.-For sale, a stock of Fancy and Staple Dry Goods,well assorted and at low prices, in one of the most desirable locations in the City. The lease has abont three years to ran, the location may be considered one ol the best. The store has been fitted np at a treat expense, and possessei many adeantages as to the interior arrange meats. The stock at present is under Ten Thousand Dollars; with an additional stock ol Three to Fire Thousand Dollars, there can be told for cash Fifty to Beventy-five Thousand Dollars a year at a very fair average profit. The stoek will be sold for cash or satisfactory paper on a credit of not orer S mootr>s To those desirous of commencing the wholesale and retail Dry Goods business, the present offers one of the greatest inducements. Address L. L. B., at thia office, with real name, dl >w*r NOTICE?In the matter of the estate of the late Jcha A. Drew. deceasedNotice is hereby giveo. that the undersigned bare been duly appointed by the judje of probate of the, county of Michilimackinac, in the -mce of Mich gan, administrators of the estate of John A. Drew, late of Mackinac, county of Michilimackinac, deceased, and hare taken upon themselves that trust, hy giving bonds according to law. Mackinac, Michigan, November 21. 1M?. WILLIAM T. DREW, HENRY JONES. SAM'L K. HAR1NG, d3 tw*rc Administrators of the estate ef John A. Draw. DROWN SHEETINGS AND COTTON BATSMj It* bales | best heavy 4-4 Brown (heatings, and 2*0 bales of elean Bats, will be sold at a large di count, from November prices, to close the stoek this month City retailers and village merchants, ate solicited to examine these goods when in qaest of Bats and kheetings. A good yanCwide sheeting st 6k cents. Superior, do do. cents?At Noe, It and M Cedar street, np stairn?Clean Bats, cents s very fine do, ,/Iv.?.H?.v.uA. n. uni/&nniLL. 43 ift CLARKE'S SACK OVERCOATS. No. ltd WILLIAM STKEt-T, (Opposite the Now Stares ) THE elegant appearance of mv Coats it now universally acknowledged. Henna a larcc nu mber on hand every gentleman may be aure of being tilted. Brown (tack Overcoats with eilk velvet collars andcuffa. and buttons and well wadded linings. all of the same color. $14. Those with silk fronts in addition $13. Black F-vnch Cloth Overcoats, saperbly trimmed, $16 The only secret in my business is, that I buy all ray goods for cash and take the advantage ol the discount, and am satisfied with very small profits. Blark Dress Coats, made to measure, $24, (very best I1 reach,) lower quality lower prices. Every ether article equally low. F. A?No credit whatever given. d) 4t*r NATIONAL HoTEL?BOARDERS. No. 5 Courtlandt ttrrtt. A FEW regular Boarders, either families or single gentlemen, can be accommodated at the National Hotel, No. 5 Coartlandt street' ; tbe rooms being pleasantly situated. and every comfort provided by J. B. v CRT'S. dl lt*rc No. 3 Conn landt street. 1 BOAKUINf* ONE ee TWOfOENTLEMEN, with their Wives, or Bin Is Gentlemen, can be accompanied with good board and pleas'nt rooms, on the most reaaoaable terms, by applying immrdirtely at J11 Mulberry street, betwee i Spring and Frince street. D n't forget to call. _ _ dS Iter - vV ANTED, A SITUATION, by a young Woman from tbe country, as Wet Nurse, is a private family. Good city or country references can be given, on applying at lg| West Broadway. d3 lr?r BOY WANTCi ?1? ? library One of good rharnciar, who cnn reed u4 writ*,mar aridrraa "Library." and leare hia name and nanber at the office of thia paper d3 It* re WANTED?A aitnatioo bra yoane woman, aaa eh?mbertaaid, waaber and irnner, and far eharaeter and hon**d$ 2t* ^ referenda can ba gieen. Apply at 474 Broadway. WANTED, A SITUATION by a young Proteaiaat Woat?B, aa nana, chambermaid, or to do plain rawing. The boat of city reloraaeaa eaa bo had on applying at 4t Main at, Brooklyn, dt ft*r WANtfiD, TWO Gold Dial Makara ?Liberal wafer will ba giren.by applying to M. at the Crotna Hoaae. Broad way. between the houra of It and t, where an interview eaa b? had on the enijeet. dS ti*r TO TRAVELLING AGENTS! AN OPPORTUNITY preaenu itaelf to travelling agent* to cell a work of eetabliahed repetition, the pronta of which are coaaiderable. Apply at the ?See of the New York Legal Obaerver, 41 Ann at. ?. 04. dilt*r WANTed, i BY a Yoaag Woman, a aitoatioa aa Caadidraea, Waiter, or to aaaiat In Waahing and Iroatag, or to do chamber work The boat of city or country refereaeea may be had on applying at No. 1M filth arcane, between ltlh and I Jib atraeia. dl tt*r . g. .. I."/.!. A IV AIV n, l/HAfltl.. Aocyrs ?I< wantad tfl undertake the nit of a new aail aaofal patajtad artiele, that can ha told to arary family in tha Union. To man of raapaetabiliry and bnameaa habiu, a (natantaa of $Ma par annnm will be (irca. Arrlr to C. ALDEN. Na. 117 Fulton at. New rork. All lattan mat ba poet paid. nM tm?rh INFORVIATldN Vf ANTF.D-lf William Cheml.ere, of ATodmaadan, Lanenthire, KngNnd, will writ# hoina.orto ma brothar Jam**, in 8f. Loan, Mo. ha will haar of aometlunc to hit adaaataaa. dljt*r WA N I KlJ \ "1TUATION in a Dry Goodaat re, hyayonaa Eaaliah"'*n. who haa had considerable experience in lha whnle?? r ?n<l retail tradaa. The adraruaer will ba poeaetaed of I.,n 9KM ' UMntba, wbieh ha will be witif 5.^.Mri*".i*'t th* eooeom ? whith ha i* ea?a*ed. if, ? h" ...ufacon ^ri..,. ~ATi> P^NCWMEN;? ? i j mmmmtMrnrn IAprimi diaaa, both handsome end yonug, Wm mtW m homo in grief; Hot mind wm troubled. her nerroo war* unstrung, And nought oould afford her relief. To ting at a concert ahe Boat that night, That morning abe'd taken a cold ; And ahe knew full well that Siroai might, I mean Mr. Looga, might acold. She picked up the "dun," aa her only hope. And quickly commenced o taad Of Hsnce' Srnur?not Jonaa'a soap ; She aeut for a bottle with speed. She took three doaea, three honra apart, Of HaHC|'| HoSBHOUND t'oMPocno ; It'currd her cold and gladdened her heartShe aaya 'fa the beat to be fonnd. HANCE'S COMPOUND SYRUP et HOAHIIOUND ic a SOVEHEION cure for COUGHS, COLDS, BRONCHITIS, ASTHMA. CONSUMPTION, Ac. Price M ceuta per bottle, or aig bottlea for St M. b ur aale by SANDS, earner of b utton and William eta. ; HENRY JOHNSON, cor. of Broadway and Cbambera at. ; D. Sends A Co , 77 East Broadway : Coddiugtou, cor. of Hudson aud Spriuga ata. ; Eaculapian Temple, cor. of Broadway and Howard ata. ; Guion, cor, ef Bowery and Graud at. dt !m*r MRS. JEKVIB'S COLD CANDY. A SURE CURE FOR1 COLDS. COUGHS. HOARS EN kiss. SORE THROAT. WHOOPING CCWQH, INFLUENZA. Ac. CfUl REFERENCES hare been siren to Mrs. Jsrria 01AJ VOLUNTARILY, in SIX WEEKS, proying iu good affects in caring the abort tronbles. Sold hy MRS. JERVlS, S3* BROADWAY, next doer to the Tabernacle. Put ap in packages of la, ts, 4a, and $1 each. Airenta?Raibt/m a in au 1 - 1 wayaJJIaekett, Mt Bowery; Bornton, 4# Sixth avenue, 17 and IM Avenue D.; Ciy'e, 2J3 Hudaon atreet; Neleon, corner of Catharine and Madiaen: Lecount, corner of Oraad and D.viaiou aire eta; Hallock St Co., M9 Eultoa atreat, and Mra. Haya, IS* Kultou atreet, and 1 Atlantic atreat, Brooklyn ; 110 Grand atreet, Williamabnrgh. ff^Be aura to aak for MHS. JERVI8S COLD CANDY BOGLE'S HYPERION FLUID The anatomy and physiology ok the HAIR ? Why ihoald it ba mora incredible that art can cultirita hair on the top of the tiring human head, than that it ahonld (row eo'u and graaa on the top of a hill I People aeem to think their hair will atay on thtir heada.do what they will, juat no loo( aa Providence willa it ao to do, and no lornrer. Bat hare they may be miatakeu. They had batter read a pamphlet entitled aa above, a copy of which now liaa on our table Itia by Mr. William Bogle, who may "catch" yon qaite " unawares" with aoma facta and.principlea much to rour comfort and conaolatieu, if you are inclined to be bald.? Chronttypt. Prepared only ay WM. BOGLE, Boaton. For aale by A. B. It D. SAN D8, Druggiata, IN Fulton at., corner of William, and 77 Eaat Broadway, New York. Sold alee by H. Johnaon, 273 Broadway, ana by druggiata gene* rally. d3 lt*r SIGHT RESTORED and inflammation of the eyes cured, BY THE ROMAN EYE BALSAM?A Specific Ointment for Diaeatee of the Eyre. Thia Balaam will apeedily reatore weak eyea, remove inflammation and coreneaa from rhe eyelida, and reatore eight where it ie poeaible to do ao. The weakneaa of aicht from old age, or from over atraining by tao fixed attention to minute objecta, can be caved by a lew application. In fact, ita almoat mireculoua influence on diaeaaea of the eyeejwill aatoniah any one who aea it. Prepared only by henry JOHNSON, Chemiet and Druggiat, aueceaaor to A B. SANDS It CO 273 Broadway, in the Grauite Building. Sold alaoat 100 Fulton atreet, and 77 Eaat Broadway. Price 25 ceuta. d3 lm*r GENUINE BEAR'S OIL. THE enormoua number of Wiga manufactured in thia country tnuat be a conducive pioof that the hair ia greatly negltcteu. It can be aaliafactorily proved that if proper ; care were taken, a wig would not be ueceaaarv iu one caaa out or ten in which artificial hair ii worn. Concentrated perspiration i$ one of the moat energetic poiaona to which toe roota of the hair can be subjected ; and aa an antidote to ita destructive qualities, the Geuniue Bear's Oil stands alone ? i There is nothing known to chemists that can compare with I it. It supplies the roots with a moat healthful nourishment ! It darkens the coloring matter within the capillary tubes, and gives the luxuriant locks, which it prodacea, a tendency to I'urihed and perfnmed for toilet purposes only by HENRY JOHNSON, Druggist, (successor to A. B. Sands It Co.) 273 Broadway, west side, in the Granite Building, corner of Chambers street. Sold, also, at 100 Fultou street, and 77 East Broadway ; also at 303 Hudson street, corner of Spring. tCT" Beware of spurious imitations, mid be snre and purchase only the article prepared by HENRY JOHNSON.? Price 10 cents and 25 cents per botde. d3 )m*r another voluntary tribute to wistar'3 balsam. Winthrop, Kennebec County, Maine, August 12. 1343. DEAK SIR,?If my testimony in favor of your valuable medicine will do you any good, or be of anv service to the sick aed afflicted,you are welcome to make such use of it as you please. For seven or eight years J have not enjoyed perfect health. In the Spring of 1344 I had some cough, 1 was then in Worcester County, Mass .and applied to a physician, who gave me some medicine, but it did not relieve inc. 1 was not able to work during the summer. Last fall 1 was innch worse: so reduced by coughing, and sweating nights, that I was obliged to take my room. My Physician tried in vain to remove my cough, and restore me to health, but I did not expect to recovei; I however concluded to try Wietar's balsam of Wild Cherry; 1 was then troubled with very frequent spells ol cougning, night and day; before 1 had tiken one bottle, my e.iugh was easier; 1 continued to take ihe medicine until I was able to leave my room. 1 have taken stveral bottles, and I think Wiatar's Balsan of Wild Cherry has enrred me; at least 1 feel as well, and as strong as I have for twelve years. JOHN METCALF. I am acquainted with the subscriber, and believe his statement to be true. HOWARD B. LOVEJOY. None genuine unless sigued I BU I'TB on the wrapper. laFor sale by A. B. It'O. BANDS.Agent for New York City: also by druggists generally throughout the United States and Canada. d3 ItDfcW toothache cured in one minute, BY th? nsa of the Clove Anodyne. This is an excallent article, and will cuie the most violent toothache or pain in the gums ia one minute. Ii is not unpleasant to the taste, will not injure the teeth, and effects e permanent cure. Prepared ouly by HENRY JOHNSON, ehemist and drugs ist, 273 Broadway in the Granite Bnilding. Bold also et 103 Fatten street. 77 Cast Broadway, and at Coddugton'i, 303 Hudson at. Price 23 cents. By Purchasers meet beware ef spurious compounds called Clove Anodyne, intended to deceive the unwary. Be tare and ask for the Clove Anodyne prepared by HENRY JOHNBON, end purche-e only of respectable dealers. d3 li??r rAiV^I DUArO Anu uutiwuuuriAo, SUITABLE for Confectioners, for Christmas and New Year Presunu A Urn assortment of than articles ? Also, colored papers of all kinds, may be foaad, sad will be old by wholesale and retail, at reasonable prices, at the maanfactory of BAUER It BODEN T74 Fallon it. ud stairs. N B?Weddinf-cske Boxes on hand, or made to order. | <13 lm*r Mil co-partnership heretofore existing between the anb cribers, under the firm of Wm. E. k Jas. Bark,.Jr.. is this day dissolved by mstaal consent. New York, Nor. 13, IMS. WM. E. BUR*. ..urssoee JAB. BUR*, JR. JAMES BURR, JR. will carry en the Cloth, Caasimere > and Vesting business, at tS Maiden laae. dJ Jt*r I FRENCH FANCY BOXES FOR HOLIDAY PRESENTS-BRUN, LAROSIEKE k COURT, US William street, have just received sad I ?Ser for sale two cases of French Fancy Boies for bonbons, I ef the latest style dt lm*ne IhTOTlCE?Any person having clainu against lha sutler L v signed, are requested to present the same to Henry H. Byrne, Esq., solicitor, at his office, No. 9 Nasaau street. New i York. d'?f r JOHN HERDMAN. UNITED STATES MONEY REPORTER, I AND GOLD AND SILVER EXAMINER. IN presenting this work to the public, the publisher sun with the utmost confidence say to all, that it lar surpasses i anything of the kind ever issued. Its tuny advantages over any other now in use must be seen at the first sight. It eontains upwards of 100 engravings, giving the par value, and a rac simile of Oold and oiUer Coin in ase, which will be added to every weak as the wo-k is is.ued, till it contains the engravings and prices of every kind of eoia in circulation ia the United Biates. It also has a marginal index, so that at the first planes yon can turn to the Bute yon wish to find. The wbrk wdl be issued every Wednesday at the Fnblica' ton officsVNo 90 Broadway. C< riected and revised by the publisher weekly, who has i secured a copy right of the same. Gold, silver, and hank notes bought at th? offiea, 9d Broadway, a* quoted in tha Reporter and Examiner. A number of efficient persons wanted to sell the a bora work. Price! cents. 8. TAYl,OK, Publisher, dl lw*rc 09" BCHKNCK"# PULMONIC 8YKLTP? -CO THE ONLY MEDICINE WHICH HAS STOOD THE TEST OF EXPERIMENT IN ALL CASES OF TULMONARY DISEASE. THE ONLY MEDICIOE OF THE MIND THAT CONTAINS NO CALOMEL, OPIUM. OR ANY OTHER BELEYERIOUB DRUM. THE ONLY MEDICINE THAT CAN BE USED WITH SAFETY AND ADVANTAOE BY CONSUMPTIVE PATit NTS AND OTHER - FUFFERRISO UNDER THAT 9LASS OF DISEASES OENERALLY Til QUO HT INCURABLE BY THE MEDICAL FACULTY. THE element! ol whirh thit Syrup it compoeed are simple berbt and root!, the medicinal properties of which purify the blood, strengthen the syaiem, end (ire al\ea|rhy loue to the leaf! and digestive organs. Its oprrttiou up.rn the system is mild, yet efficacious: it loosens the phlegm, winch creates to much difficu tr when tight; it relieves the cough; it assists nature to axpe1 from the system all diseased matter, by expectoration, whiah. if retained, piodecee consumption, it ripens the matter in an abscess or tubercle, and tben causes its expulsion from the system, at the tame time soothing the irritated parts, healing the laceration, aa<< producing a heel hy sciurn; it legulafes the bowels without the aid at purgative medicines; it allays the most troublesome Singh without injg'ing the system at other medicinesgenerally de. A UMhAT CUJIE OF PULMONARY CONSUMPTION BY SCHKNCR'it PULMONIC ItHiP This it to certify?thai aboal four years sen I was taken with a violent cough, aud of ramus thick his--Ay mailer, and difficulty of brsathii g, pain ia the left aide lever and eight sweats 1MB of appetite and stieegth ; my flesh was almost 1 wasted twty ; every spring and fall I Weald hare an attack I of this kind, so that I could not work : each iwe I would gat much worse. I had the atteotioe of three ot four different physicians, from whom I rseeived no heoeflt They all said that my lungs were badly affected The last one that came f ri a m m mm sownrlarl mm Mm shnrik Kim kmmif un A a a as4 nnd Ian* wu noiind, mid the other almost was ed awsy Hn prescribed uma simple medicine, which had no eBeet nt nil, nud he newer eame to ?? mi again. At thin I wu induced 10 try Hchenck'a Pulmonic flyrnp. I did not reeeire any bmeflt from it until I bad mknn tnrre bottles, but apparently got woue. my couch waa tiibt and dry, it waa witn great difficulty that I could set brnath. My (nenda, aa wall aa myself, thought my time wan ahort in thia world. Bat all at eoee, I waa mkia with mi of my yiolant apclta of conghine, whom something gara war, and I raited, aa near at I can tnll, three half piata to a quart of bloody matter and corruption, the moat horrible nut I ever aaw or amalt. Krom that time I gainad very faat. I continued railing more or Una for noma time I continued inking the medicine until I had taken eorentren bo tint. At this time I considered myself well and began to work again. Thin waa in lha f II of 111} I here regained my etrenath end deeh and hue enjoyed the b?et of hnaltk ever mice l ine in a plain, short history of inyeatc, and is the truth. Aay peraon desirous of further ptrticnlars. can call npoa me at my residence. No. Ill

Twe fth street. New York. WM. HOLDER Preps idb J H. Nf.'H KNf'K, and for anient his priae>psl cfllce, No 4 CUURTLAN I) T rT, opposite the National Hotel, N. Y. Also may be obuioed at Tit and 113 Broadway; III and 100 Kultoo at eel; 171 Dins on street; 474 Bowery: 171 Grand street; !>7Third Ay-uue; 171 G esowieh a reel. New York; I|} Grand street. * illUmabaigh. comer Fallon and Craaher e-tree a, Brooklyn; } Mourgomerr street, Jsrsay City; and ufagoata iu all put" of the Uaitad Hcates Please remember that P. H Baekmaa is do loager aa sgeat of rsiae, aad lit# proprietor will not he reerou'blg tor aay ma tetue imrchaaed of bim.aa he go longer sell* the (an uma bclieork'a Pulmonic Nytup J H hi HENCK. i 41 uTuTWktat'r . _ WM. W. SHIRLEY, Aaetioneer. SILVER PLATE AMD BRITANNIA WAKE, GIRANDOLES and Hub** Furuiahing Article*, by HENRY E. WILL AKD, Friday, Doc. 4, I0J6 o'clock, at lb* talci room, NO. $ Pine eireet A large and vataablo aiaortmect or brat silver inuuute ) ami idiled Caatora, 6 10 8 glara; < ake Baaketa, Walton, dinner anil desert Fork?, tabU and toa Spoon*, Britannia tat and cofftt Son Biggin*, K*tU**, block tin beef took and oy*t*r Diahoa, Diah Cover* in aeti, >4 ateel Arc Scu and Standarda, japan Plate Waimrra, rich gothic Tea Tr*ya | and Waiter*, gilt, lilrered and bronzed Girandole*. aolar Lamp*, cat Ola** War*, fancy bronze cut Chair*, Hat Standi Ike. .Balepoaitive, and worthy the uotice of i*uul*rt and lainiliea. di It*r MONDAY,81*1 inatant, 1846, will be aold at Aottlon.at II o'clock, in the old French Cabinet Ware Hon**, No it Beekman atreet, the entire atoek of elegant and lateat atyle of city made Cabinet Furuitare. Can beezamined trom now till (tie. d] 3t*fh LOST?On Sunday lut, near St Joha'a church, a email paper box, ooutaiuiug a lolid heavy gold Ring, carved aa a knight reclining. If the aaid ring haa fallen into honeat hand*, a favor will be conferred on and a liberal reward given by ma, ou iu return t* No. 9 Varick atieet. dlUr GEORGE LODER. DRAWING AND PAINTING. JK- WATER8TON, teacher of Drawing and Fainting to ' i* Flushing Inititnte, L. I., bu still ton* leiiore time which be withes to fill op in giving Private Leu on*, or in attending achoolt. Term* moderate, and may be learned by applying at 1T1 Canal (treet, or at T. J. Crowen'i bookitere, corner Broadway and Bleacher atreet. N. Y oJ7 lm*r BILLIARDS. ARCADE BILLIARD SALOON, No. I* Barclay street, just below tl e Aator Home, ia the largest and uusi commodious Saloon in the city. It con tain nine Tablce, all ia ood order, and of Penn'a make? (who ia acknowledged by all good players to be the beat billiard table bnilder in thia country.) with fine maple and mahogany beda. Theae ublea can, at all timea, be depended upon for making correct angles, aa they have all cloth cnahiona, and are, therefore, not affected by the weather. Michael and uoeeph. formerly of the All Nations' Hotel, and late of Gothic Hall, take thia method of informing their fronds and the public that they have juat opened thia estahlialiment, and nope by proper management and atrict attention, to merit a renewal of the patronage heretofore ao liberally beatowed upon them. Gentlemen who may Ihvor them with a -.all may depend on having the beat of attendance, with a privara^eue and apron for their ow n exclaaive nae and thoae wishing to play in private are informed that there ia an excellent table in a aeparate room, which ean he aecured by application at the bar. N. B. The moat faatidioni need feel no delicacy in petrouiiing thia eatabliahment, aa the company will be found alwaya aelect, and the beat order prevailing throughout MICHAEL PHELON, nli lm*rh JOSEPH WHITE. DISSOLUTION. rpHE firm of WYMAN, ELM EN DORK It DERBY haa 1 been diaaolved by the death of George Elmendorl. The surviving parties will settle the bossneas of the firm, JOHN G. WYMAN, LYMAN DERBY. COPARTNERSHIP.?The subscribers have formed a copartnership in the Merchant Tailoring business, under the firm of WV MAN St DERBY, and will continue the business at their old stand, Nos. >34 ana 236 Broadway. JOHN O. WYMAN, LYMAN DERBY New York, 1st Docambar. dl 3t*r JUDY THE SECOND NUMBER OF "JUDY." the New York Charivari, will be published at the office of Burgess, Stringer It Co., earner of Broadway and Ann street, on a a ti run? v <.u O A l VJ AS A B L/CtCUIUBI JIU Thii nnmbtr will be illustrated with I variety ol original and hninoroni designs, diawu and executed by tome of the firet nliiu in the rpantry Price 6!^ cents. di 2tis r PUKE MALT WHISKEY.?CHARLES MURRAY, 72 Roosevelt itreet, New York, takes theft berty to inform his friends and the public, that he has 200 gallons Pi re Malt Whiskey, and is constantly manufacturing a further supply, which he will sell at $2 per gallon, 30 per cent over proof. A I liberal discount allowed to those that buy to sell again, j d2 3i*re MM. CARROLL'S Medicated Vanor and Sulphur baths, lit Fulton street, opposite Churrh street. A i certain cure for Colds, Coughs, Rheumatism. Sore Throat and all iudamuiatnry diseases incident to the changeable Slate of ihe weather. The Sulphur Vapor Bath is parlicu, larly recommended by our first physicians as a cure for all i eru'tions and diseases of the ss in. No danger of taking cold I alter the use of these baths. d2 lm*rc LANlPd, GIRANDOLES, HALL LANTERNS AND TEA TRAYS. THF. subscriber has just opened one of the best selected stock of Lamps, lie., uow in this city. Lard and Solar Lamns in Oilt ; Bronzed and Turquoise inlaid with gold; | also Girandoles of various patterns; Silver,Gilt,and Bronzed; j Hall Lamps with stained glass. The above gooduare all ar, ranged for inspection, and wi.l be sold at low prices. Churchi es, Hotels, and Manufacturers can always find a large assorti ment of Lamps suitable lor their purpose. JOHN U. MORGAN, d2 lm*rc lis Fulton st 1 door from Broadway. CHURCH OF ST. GEORGE THE MARTYR. ' HIE Ladies of the congregation of the Church of Saint ' X George the Martyr, have the pleasure to anuounce that , several of the moat distinguished vocalists in this city, incluI ding the efficient choir of Trinity Church, will unite in aper' formauce of Sacred Music, under the direction of Mr. flodgI es, at the Apollo Salons, ou Friday Evening, the 4th inst.? I The whole of the proceeds will be devoted in aid of the ! funds of said Church. All the performers, on this occasion, I most kindly tendering their services gratuitously?a circnm! stance which the ladiea now mention with unfeigned satisi faction, in the lions that their benevolent exertions msv be ! crowned with incceu. 07* Farther particular! in the programme, which, togetli: er with ticket! of admiMion, price Mcents, may be obtained ' at the Muaic and Bookstores, and alao at the door on the | craning of the performance. d2 3tiare I ScafMOtOlK It DAVIDSON, DRAPERS AMD TAILORS. I ' No. 16 John street, New York, { Firit floor, np ataira. nIT lmrrc i MRS. ZEGLIO. NO. 8T DIVISION STREET. WILL open a large aaaortment of Paria miflinery, ' ^^yjBonueu. lie. She will offer for inspection a choice 5^etoe.i of Fait goods, comprising aitka, sauna, plain and cut relreu, fcc., lie., which being aelected with good , taate from the lateet arriraD,. ia well worthy the attention of ; parehaaera. Merchaaita and nffllioera from the conn try, wanting m atari , ale and patterns. would find it their interact to call befor parehaeiag, aa the stock ia freab, theatyle the lateet; wkie I will be diapoaed of on reaaonable terma. nh l?*re ! OOODk EAR'S OVER SHOES. 100 BROADWAY. LADIES' AND OENTLEMEN'S OVER gl^PV SHOES, manufactured of Ooodyear'a Celebrated raTeut frietallie India Robber, perfectly flexible in the coldeat weather. For eale by the caae or aiugle pair, by BROWEK ? BROOKS, i Sole Agents for Ooodyear'a Manufactories, j H lm*rrc lie Broadway, opposite Trinity Chnrch. PREMIUM BOOTS Quirk Salei and Small Profit?. FINE FRENCH BOOTS for $3 SI. oar own make, , Band warranted to ajye satisfaction; fine French imperial I Drees Boots for |l 51, equal to thoee usually sold in i jM Broadway for SI or fT. at YOUNG It JONES' fine French Boot and Shoe Manufactory, one of the moet faahI ioaable stores ia this city. Our boots reedfred the highest ! praise in the late Fair of the American Institute, for the , pnee. oyer sold in this city. Boote, Shoos, Gaiters, he nude to order at the shortest notice. Mending, fcc. done ia the store. YOUNG ft JONES, 4 Ann at. j d> jm*re , PEOPLE'S LINE OF STEAMBOATS FOR ALBANY. Daily (Sundays excepted) at 5 P.M.?Through Direct. T rvm lfie JT1CT oeiween vuuriinnoi mmm taurriy ?(?. .MM Steamboat KNICKERBOCKER, Capv A, flZ3N3pHoa|htoii, will laare on Monday WedneeJC3CX>il<v and Friday ereninge, at 5 o'clock. Saaamboat COLUMBUS, Capt O. B. Rigga, will laaya on ' Tueaday, Thuraday and Saturday eveninga, at i o'clock. At i o'clock. F. M.?Landing at Intarmediate Placet. Fr?m the Ftot of Barclay Street. Steamboat NORTH AMERIt A, < apt. R H. Furry, will laare on Monday, Wadaaaday, Friday and Sunday afternoona, . at i o'clock. 1 Steamboat SANTA CLAUS, Captain B. Oeerbaugh, will I earn on Tuaaday, Thuraday and Saturday afteruooua, at 5 ' o'clock. The abort boata will at all timet arrive in Albany in ample I time for the morning cart for the Eaat or Weat, Freight taken at moderate ratee, and none taken after ? o'clock, P. M. All peraona are forbid treating any of the boata of thialine without a written order from Ihecaptaiaa or ageata. Sor paiaage or freight, apply on bold the boata, or to P. C. nlti at the office on the wharf. n30 rh - . DRAFTSon ENGLAND. IRELAND, SCOTLAND AND WALES i-Pe-aona can remit any amount from one pound and ' ~^b|2UmflU^npwarda to their (rienda in any part of Great Britain or Ireland, by applying to the auhacribera, of whom drafta can be obtained payable at aight, without diaconnt.ia all the principal towna and citiee throughoat England, Ireland, 8cot!anu and Walea. Thoae obtaining dralta can forward them by the nackete of the let. ?th, 11th. zi?i or zatn 01 tne mnntn 01 uecemuer, or uic itovai mill Steamer* tailing from Boaton on the Uth, ?ud lit of January. W. k J. T. TAPSCOT r, M South at., d3 r 2d door below Burling all p. Kg- PACKET SHIP BALTIMORE, FOR HAVRE, bfTgWwill nil thii (Thuraday) mrning, it It o'clock, 4MNKnt'reciaely, wind and weather permitting The Lrtter tiaga cloie at the mual placet at half paat 11 o'clock. | dt H rh , FOR NEW ORLEANS?Leauiana and New ! (HWWYork Line? I'oaitlveljKUhe lint and only regular jpRBbpacket for Monday, Urc. 7lh ?The iplendiif and fait telling coppered packet hip LOUISVILLE, Captain Motet Hnnt, will poiitieely ml at aboee, her regular day. I For freight or pnaaage. having inlendid furniihcd accommodation!, apply on board, at Orleani wharf, foot of Wall uect, or to E. K. COLLINS k CO., M Sonth-itreet. PontiTely no gooda received on board after Saturday, evening. December Sth. rt/*" Sh pperi are requealed to lend in their billi of lading immedia'tly. Agent in New Orleani, Jtmee E. Woodruff, who will promptly lorward all gooda to hiiaddren Packet ihip Oiwego, Johnion matter, will ineceed the Loniiville. and tail on the 17th Dec her regular day. dl Foil LONDONDERRY?Direct?To tail with yQVk.ditpatch ?The6rit elm rrgular packet thip MA JhBICiHION. Capt. M Thompenn, will tail 11 above. The accommodationa for cabin. 2d cabin, andaleeraga peatergera. are of a very auperior deacriptio.i, and rrqnirea no comment Thoae deairona of emharfcing ahonld make immediate application on b"*rd. foot ol Pine afreet, or to JOSEPH McMURRAY, MSonth-tt, Comer of I'iae. P. S ? Peraona deairona of tending for their frienda in that lection of country can have them brought out by the above veaa'1 on moderate terma, by applying at rliove. dl Ajftk: ONLY REGULAR LINK OF NEW ORLEANS PACKETS?The ahipa to tail in TapJHBfaaicott'a Regular New Oriaana Line, in their proper order, are at folkwa. via:? Packet .hip LOUISVILLE, Capt, Hani, Tool of Wall at., I December 7th. Tacket ehip ST. MARY, Capt Footer, foot of Wall etreet. Dee. l?th. For paaaage in either, apply to W k J. T. TAP8COTT. M Soath etreet, d3 r two d?or below Barling Site ! vion LlSffc 6k Pa. kF.ig Fom lIVM- 1 kClVWPOOL? Packet of the ?th December?The .pineJHULtfid. ( tMihne packet .hip RAPPAHANNOC K, j t.ptain Drammond, will reaiueely tail aa above, her reenter ^ The ceoginiodationa for cabin, atcoed eebte ?ed .teer.ee i pee.enfen are eery mper'or. her eahin being fitted ap 10 the mmi modern .tyle? her ?ee?> d cabin and ateeraee being on deck, m lofty and well ventilated room.. and all of which will be ukee at the loweat rate* Thote .hont to ambark f.r the old eonatry .hould .ee the accommodation*, and thoae wiahing to .ecnra bnrth. ahonld a.kt tarly npplie. tion en board. Toot of Povnr *t , or to W. fc J. T. TAP8COTT. M South at.. dl r td door below Mori jog alip. FOR LIVERPOOL?New Line-Revalar pnekaASPWet of December W?The apleedid. fast .ailing peckJ?|lc.et.bip All)DONS. Edwaru II. fjobb ma.ter, will mil aa anoee, har regnltr day. hor freight or paaeage, haeieg aecommodativna unequalled for .plendor or comfort apply oe board, at Orlaeoa wharf, foot of Wall atreet, opto u I. K. COLLINS k CO. M South at. .&? aUWa&CTSS; ? Tif I | A'IMK-I MS. j I J 'ILAST WEEK OK KING JuHN. PARK THEATKE?Thuradar evening, Dec. 3d-12th uight of MRS. CHARLES KEAN, MR. CHAKl.ES KEAN. end MK. GEO. VANDENHOFF, On which occuiou will be performed Shnkepeare'e tragedy of KINO JOHN?John. Kiug of Eugland, Mr. C. Krui; flu- | ! lipFanlcoubridge, Mr. Yandealioff. Couttance. Mn. C. Kran To conclude with the fare* of THE MISERIES OK j HUMAN LIFE?Mr Ally Croaker, Mr O Barren; Mr? Couriuay, Miaa Fanny Oordou. i On Monday, the ?th of December, the petite Vienete dan- I ; cera will make their drat appearance. Doora open at 6I? o'clock; and the performancea will commence at 7 o'clock Boaea >1; Pit SO c-nu; Gallery IS ceuta BOWEHk THKATtiE.?'Thuraiiay Evening, Dec, 3d, I will be performed the Oraud National DramaofFUT- i I NAM.?Gen. Washington, Mr. Vache ; Oen. Putnam Miloer. Kate Putnam, Mra..Sa: grant. After which, the BEAUTV AND THE BEAST.? Beauty. Mra. Booth ; The Beaat, Mr. Sterena ; John Quill, i Mr. Had way. To conclude w.th the FOUNDLING OK THE FOREST. -De Valmout, Mr Neade ; Uaapard, Mr. Vache ; Gereldine, Mra. Sergeant. Dreaa Circle 26 centa; Pit and Gallery 133d ceuta. Doora opaai at o'clock; curtain nana at 7. GREENWICH THEATRE?Corner ol Vanck auil I Charlton atreeta?Staae Manager, Mr. H. P. GRATTAN.?Thia Evening, Dec. 3, the performancea will com- | mence with ROBERT MACAIKE?Robert Macaire, Mr. I John Dnun; Marie, Mra. Nelaon. After which, the Interlude of A KI88 IN THE DARK- I Mr. Pettibone, H Chapman; Mra. Pettibone, Miaa J. Drake. To be followed by THAT RA8CAL JACK?Jack, Mr John Dunn; Lucy, Miaa Julia Drake. tv. - -il.i. _:.l ,l- l-- - -f a dtlttt nnn/im or ran*, beet to announce to the pnhlie ol I hiladelpnia, that in compliance with the wishes of many lovers of malic, { he has beeu induced to gire (on his return from Baltimore,) another GRAND CONCERT, On FRIDAY EVENING, December4th, AT THE LARGE 8ALOON OF THE CHINESE MUSEUM, on even a more magnificent scale than that produced by him at the Tabernacle iu New York, which has been unanimously pronounced to hare been the GREATEST MU81CAL FESTIVAL that has ever been presented to the citizens of America. HE>RI HERZ has succeeded to secure the valuable services of the following eminent talent Signora ROSIN A PICO. Mrs. WALKER, Mr. EDW'D WALKER, the celebrated American Pianist. Mr. H, THORBECK . Mr. L. MEIGNKN. FIFTEEN of the most distinguished PIANISTS of j Philadelphia, and A GRAND ORCHESTRA. HENRI HERE will performA New Grand CONCERTO, (the 4th) with the Hand Bell ' Rondo, for Piano Forte and Orchestra. A Brilliant FAN PASIAon "Luctade Lammermoor." VARIATIONS (di Bravura) on the Pre aux Clercs, with 1 Orchestra I A DUETT CONCERTANTE for two Grand Piano Fortes on La donna di Lago, by Mr. EDWARD WALKERand ' \ HENRI HERZ. AIIIAS, by Signora PICO. SONOSf, by Mrs WALKER. Two OVERTURES by the Grand ORCHESTRA. The Concert will conclude with the Overture to SEMIRAMIS, i arranged for EIGHT PIANO FORTE8, snd executed by | FIFTEEN of the BEST T1AN1ST8 in Philadelphia, and HENRI HERZ I O- Desirons of affording every facility to families, I schools and stndenti of the Piano Forte, Henri Hen has dei termiuedto fix the following prices of admission for this ! bingleTicket* II each; Family Ticket, to admit Sjper obi, S3; Family Ticket, to admit S perinm, $3. dl StTTnFr I ! tabkrnaolET 1 THURSDAY NEXT, DECEMBER 3d, , CAMILLO SIVORI WILL give a Second, and positively hi* last. Concert, in wairh he will be aaaiited by Signora Pico, Mr? Loder, Miaa Northall. Madame Ablamowiex, and Bignor Dc Been is, (for the vocal); by Signor Rapetti, Mr. Fontana, Mr. Geo. Loder, and Mr. H. C. Timm The pieceito be performed by Camillo Bivori are the fol i lowing: i 1 The celebrated Adagio and Rondo, "11 Campanello," (the hand-bell) composed by Faganini. 3. A dnet for 2 riolins (by general desire) execnted by Big- : nors Rapetti and Birori?composed by Manrer. 3. A duet for piano and violin, from toe opera "Lneiadi Lamroermour," exeented by Mr. Fontana and Birori, (composed by Camillo Birori.) 4. "The Carnival of Venice," with some new variations, never heard before. n3B FREE CONCERTS, combining A SELECT FREE AND EABY. I Every Evening, at the Stat Hotel, 26 Mercer etreet, between Howard and Grand. VOCAL18T8: I . Mrs. Newton, Miss Barton, Mr. Collin* and Mr. Glindon. A professor will preside at the Piano Forte. To commence at half-past 7 o'clock. i dS If r MUSIC. I BALLS AND PRIVATE PARTIES furnished with the l Violin, Harp and Piano Forte, or any number of lastru> meats. The music selected from the most fasLionables Ope- 1 , ! ra's. By R. AYL'FFE, . 8 AYLIFFE, I J. AYLIFFEand (i. AVLIFFE, Brothers, Professors, No. 137 Elm street comer of Howard. d3 3w*r , THE GREAT NATIONAL PICTURE I or THI I , LANDINO OF COLUMBUS, | ! PAINTED for the Capitol at Washington, by J. VanderJr lyn, will b? continued on eihibition for a ahort time longer, at the National Academy of Design,comer Broadway : I and Leonard afreet. Alio, aereral admirable copies, hy Mr. V., from the chef 1 d'aanTres of the great masters, Titian, Corregio, and RemI brandt, together with a splendid view of the Cataract, Rapi da, and scenery abont Niagara Falls. Open from 9 A M to in t. M. Reason tickets it coats; i single sdmission 15 cents. Descriptive pamphlets 6.% ets. nl7 lmis*rc CKN'i'Kfc, VILLK CuUKbfc ?T -ainfi I suuflHBSaCHECM TROTTING?LONG ISLAND. P UJISE $20?MilelHeau?best three in five, under the sad- , m Ate, for Trotting Horses, will come off over this Course Ob V^nrsday, December 3d, at 1 o'clock F. M., and closed wii la Che following entries K Mitchell enters gr. g. Williamsburg W. 8 Ilied br. m. Wiss i A. Conklm g. g. Emperor C.Corson e. y. Smoke Brown F.J. Nodine br. m. Village Maid i Also, a Pacing Match, Mi e Heats, best three in fire in her- ( ! neam for $100 aside. J. Whelpley names s g. Postboy J. Wo.,draff b.g. Roaa Merry I Admission to sJI parts of the Course fifty rents. ? JOEL CONKLIN. Proprietor . Ceatreville, Drr *, l?40. d$ ttis'r DR. SELLINGS* 5~ ! ! ?l .. INFALLIBLE LINIMENT is warranted to zUEr^enre sores and nlc?rs of every natnre in a few , ' ' ) ' ? d.i-. It acts like magic in removing rheumatism, ! 1 sad all other pains. One or two doses is as certain to relieve bilious cholic, diarrhoea, fcc. as it is taken. It is perfectly de- . Iightlul in its odor and flavor .It is nnirersally acknowledged to be the best f .mily medicine ever offered to the public.? Price id cents i?r bottle. ' Bold at99 John erect; comer Bowery and Broome; 3d ave nae and loth at; Jeffriee's drug store; Dr. Bunett's, Doyer and Chatham.and at the H It. office, City Hell n!9lm*rc MTHE STRAY DOO that came to the premises ! ; No. 10 Commerce street, e< advertised, if not claimed by the 7th inst. will be sold according to . is keeping, kr. >r. dl 3trh | LUNl> llli.tfc.lJ UAINAiiltO. &r^- The Stock of Dr. VAN KLEM K'A, Huth Arenac. TTjMV comprising birds o( high colors, and purchased hv him ^KV.l great riprose ; also a good sclactioa of song birds' T^Keagea, bird sards, and other articles connected with he trade, for sale by , WILLIAM g JOHNSTON, No 2M Broadway. n? ?w*rh FWKNISHED HOUSE TO LET. I M THE whole or a part of a handsomely furnished honae ' will be let on eery reasonable terms until the 1st of May neat. Apply at No. II Barclay st. da.1li?*rr BOAKU1NU MERCHANTS* HOUSE, Not. 185.137 and 139 Broadway. M TH1C PROPRIETOR would reipeeifulle inform families and single gentlemen desiring Board for the 1 wiater in comfortable quarters, with all the coarenieneea of a home, that he hag annmher of light and pleasaat apartments to let (furnished) at moderate prices. A eheiee t #f rooms may be had by dTOy application, na lm?rte ORLANDO ti 701IAJ.E?A farm ol flfty-two acres, most de- j ' PJjM lighlfnlly sitoated, about Bee miles from Elisabeth- | JUaLtown, N. J , comprising a handsome eommndioes , dwelling house, fitted with marble manrels and eeery coneenience for a respectable family ; the whole, including gar- | deuar't house, barns, icehouse, and other buildings, m a i substantial state of repair: 'he oreberd eoetaies twenty acree of choice fruit treea. I Tne easy access from New York,either by the earious cars from Jersey City or the terry to Elitabethpoft, whence a rail road train runa within a huud-ed yards of the honae, renders this property eery valuable to those doing husineee in this city. The greater part of the pnirlnue money can remain , for three ye*. oo bond and Vy^i'goVg.'lll'pUrl at. Also, for sale, dwelling house in Washington street. I all !m*r , | P*LNO FOKTk lNsl'RUCTION. I 0 E. CASTLE It EDWIN MeCORKELL. i the letter from the Royal Academy of | HI I If Mnsie. London, will *'? lenaoos on the : II* " Piano rorte or Violia. at their reaideare, ft i Walker street, sear Broadway, or thatof their pnpilruooa j j sux?" *?* " " | iu wHviHuv wiui inr rmv vi inr ahi r uu i/vi/uc<? Timotbv Dodge, Mr H Chapman; Mary, Miss Julia Drake. | Boies, 25 ceuts, 10 all parts of the boose ; private bov es, $3 ; Fit, 12K centf. Doors opou st half-past 6 ; Performance to commence at 7. ITCHELL'S OLYMPIC THEATRIC. - Thursday evening, Dec'r 3?The entertainment* to commence with CHARES Xil?Charle*. Mr.Wilcet; Eudiga. Mi** Anna Crniae. After which, firtttime MATCH IN THE DARK?O'Fliu, I Mr. Wilkinaon; ICllen Mxrsden, Mi*a Anna Crniie. To be followed by THE KING S GARDENER-Galo- ! chard, Mr. Helland. The whole to conclude with LEND ME FIVE SHILLINGS?Mr. Gelightly, Mr. Holland. Drcaa circle SO cent*; upper boie* 33 cent*; pit one (hilling; , private boxea $3. Orcheitra ' oiea, $3. Doore open at half pa*t 6o'clock: curtain riaee at T. BOWERY CIRCUS. Boxea 33 cent*. Children half price. Pit 13W cent*. THIRD NIGHT OF MR. NORTH, The first rider of the age. THURSDAY EVENING, Dec. 3d. Mr. NORTH will introduce hi* beautiful Shetland TWIN ' PONIES. JEANIE LlND and BLACK MOGGY, in tneir truly wonderful performance*. Mr. Kemp'* new pantomime of HARLEQUIN'S FROLICS?Clown, Mr. Kemp ; Harlequin, Mr. Gardner; Columbine, Mia* Jeaselyn. Air. GEORGE W. SERGEANT, will give hia peculiar illustration* of ENGLAND, IRELAND AND SCOTLAND. Muter WM. NIXON,the infantile prodigy, aged onlv nine { years, will exhibit hia wonderful Horaemauahip. n30 fw*rh THE ALHAMRA SALOON. 660 Broadway between Spring and Prince etreete, nearly appetite Niblo't. HEltR ALEXANDER, The Great Original German Magician, who cauaeed xueh 1 unbouuded ailoniihment atNiblo'a, Will Atrptar Every Evening Th.it tVeek. Full particulars in the daily bill*. Tickeu to the Rotunda, so cents; to the Balcony, 33 cent*? Children under 13 years ot age half price. Doors open at Oh?commence at V>i o'clock. n30 Ot*rc | CHINESE MUSEUM, PHILADELPHIA. HENRY HERE, Composer and Pianiatto H. M the King of the French and Professor of the Royal Conservatoire 1 LATEST INTELLIGENCE, TELEGRAPHIC. The Greet Webster Dinner. Philadelphia, Dec. 1?8 P. M. Four hundred person* sat down at two o'clock to-day to the dinner given in honor of Mr. Webster, over which the lion. Samuel Breck presided. Tables were extended the whole length of the immense saloon, and twelve smaller ones were placed on each side of the platform, which had been erected in the centre for the accommodation of the many distinguished guests lrom New York, New Hampshire, Conneeticut, etc. Upwards of fifteen hundred ladies occupied the galleries, and tended, by tneir presence, to give an unwonted tone and relish to all that was passing beneath their immediate cognizance. Upon the removal of the cloth the readina of the regular toasts commenced. The third toast was? "Danikt, WaasTKK?1The faithful representative, the able negotiator, the fearless statesman, the eloquent delender of the constitution,?his patriotic services demand our gratitude?his untarnished honor is the nation's property." After the clamorous manifestations of approval of the above sentiment had somewhat subsided, Mr. Webster arose and commenced the delivery of one of his most masterly and eloquent efforts. The course of the present administration of the general government was elaborately commented on, and a comparison was instituted between the measures of the lamented Andrew Jackson and those of James K. Polk. The Mexican war was brought upon the tapis, and Mr. Polk was condemned as being the origin of it. Mr. W. considered that this was not his opinicn alone, but it was also the opinion of a majority of the people, as the result of the reeent elections plainly indicatesl. No better evidence of the dissatisfaction el the people with regard to the measures of Mr. Polk and bis administration was wanting, than the mere fact of the recent great revolution in political affairs. The idea of the Senate's making the Oregon treaty to meet the sanction and approbation of the President, was expatiated upon in the most bitter and sarcastic manner. [It being late, the reporter was compelled to withdraw frnm th? ?nlr??n Mr Yir.V.-.? still speaking.] Washington, Dec. 2?8 P. M. The Southern mail has arrived, but brings no news. The testimony in the Van Ness cusq looks bad to-day for plaintiff. The English Minister, Mr. Fakenham, has returned from the South. There is nothing of particular interest at the meeting of the regents of the Smithsonian Institute to-day. Application was made from the sister of the late Hugh S. Legare, proposing to sell his library. Mr. Choate's report was not made; he has yet to prepare it. Mr. Owen's speech yesterday was very able. Mr. Owen and Mr. Choate entertained opposite views as to the course to be pursued in organizing the institution. Members o 1 Congress are arriving in numbers. BY TBI MAILS. Washington, Nov. 30, 1846. The Adminittration and the Opposition. There never has been a more determined, a more vigorous, or a more formidable opposition Chan that with which the administration will have to cope this session. What with their own strength, and the support of the disaffected democrats, the whigs will have a most powerful organization In order to have any chance of success at the next Presidential election, they must endeavor to cripple the administration this session. No means will be left untried to attain this end. The tariff of '46 will be attacked, as well as the sub-treasury bill, and the various financial measures of the government. But I regret extremely that the attack will not be confined to the domestic policy of the administration. Its course in relation to the Mexican war will be called in question, and It will be denounced for doing what it was absolutely forced to do. The acquisition of territory the whigs will call pillage, ana the loss in battle a reckless sacrifice of human life. These attacks will be listened to with satisfaction by more than one of the leaders of the democratic party in the Senate, who, from jealousy or some other motive, desire nothing better than to see the administration thwarted and hanassed, though they themselves are constrained, for their own interests, to appear to lend it their rapport. It is deeply to be regretted that the conduct of a war whicn affects the interests of the Union should thns be made a party question. 1 can well understand that on questions of minor importance men will organize opposition for opposition sake. But on matters gravely affecting the destinies of the country, to oppose the measures of the administration, merely Deoause they are proposed by a democratic and not by a whig administration, is carrying factious folly to the verge of virtual treason against the State. The administration have the whole responsibility of the conduct of the war. Tbey are accountable to the people for their actions. The character of Mr. Polk, and event individual member of his cabinet, is at stake. The least swerving from the path of duty lor political purposes, would be sure to entail ruin upon them. Men with such a weight of responsibility, do not triie. One might as well expect a man with five hundred pounds weight upon his shoulders to dance a fandango. To attempt to embarrass the action ot the administration under existing circumstances, is pragmatic party bigotry, ana by no means what it pretends to be, regard for the welfare of the country. How much better it would he if the wbigs were to adopt the advice of Mr. Crittenden, to suffer the administration to transact the affairs of the nation in their own way, to give them every facility for carrying out their policy, and when the war is brought to a conclusion, let their fellow :itizens pronounce judgment on their conduct. But the administration is fully prepared for the ittack of its enemies. They await it with all confidence?they are guarded at all points. The -nessage of the President will be a most masterly vindication of th>- course of the government since lie commencement of the war. The accompanying documents Irom the different secretaries, vill be characterized by consummate ability. Galvijcnsiv wiihisatoii, Nov. 30, IMS. He Smtfftsen-'en fnttHule ? Tht K?n JVess C?f, fc ? Stnln dniu't Lmtt Robbery. The Smitheon'an Regents sre (it he ring in, end in s seek or two we suppose they will settle upon tke site ind th e plan et the building*. The Executive ( omieiter have been very industrious during the awrmeria ixsmination of public buildings all over the country, Particularly at tha North and Eaet, in conversations with irchiteots, kc., and we doubt not they will hit upon an Excellent selection (the Mali or public common, in the Heart of tha city, fronting the capital,) for site, and an tdmlrabla place for the main edMce and its to bald i try build Lags The Van Ves* case he* lingered to-day in the croaeexatnination of the Poat Office witneaaea, flies end tsmpe The proceedings were very tedious; the only interest being in the inexhaustible tact, perseverance and ingenuity ot Mr. Brent, the senior attorney for Mrs. Conner. Krom appearances, however, a day or two ?ill ..mhilil, re ftnee the widow's channel still inn re materially than the poet Nil* We are inform*! that the Britiah Minuter at Moxioo, Hr. Bankhend, haa compelled Santa Anna to dtagorgo hot* $3,0*0,000 eeized from a late coadueta. If tale bo o, it will probably account far Mr. Pakeuham'a aouth rard tour. He wao a large itockhelder in that caoducta. W. j WeiMiwo ran, Nor. 30, 1M* KilmttWi Olympic A rang little Oljraapto. "got up" by Mr. Kilaeie*e, ipened thie evening with the following irtiiln i?Mr a. doaeop, Mra. Oibhon, Mra Dttgari, Mi.a DeHayee, Vliee '.lira Kilmiate, Miae Kntna Kilmi.te, and Mcaere. O K frown, Littell, Martina, Jordan, D?Heye?, I.i,.?comb, he. The play a were " the Deaaant Neighbor " and " l t.e lead Boot." Mra. Moaaop, (late Mra. Kri'ght) hae imi roved in every reaper t, aa an actreaa. ainoe ana left ua one yeara ago. The pierai want oft eery naudaon elv, ind the dancea and tonga were wall put in, during the ntenrala. The two little g.rla. Uiaa of 0 yeara. :m<t imma of g, are certainly the moat aocompluhed ohiM on if their yeara that wa hare erar aean Tha elder, in no ' Highland Ming." waa receired with very iuba'anti?| ipplauae in the coina, dollara. hahai and quarter# thi ow g j pen theater# Mora anon

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