SSST We are ndebted tö Messrs. Jamko Cosxer's Sons, New York, for the iiist numlier of the Typographic Messenger, a beautiful specimen of the Art Typographie, which promises to be a valuablo means of coniniunication between the press maker, paper seller, type founder, &c-, and the publishers and primers throughout the country. Published once in tvvo months at 25 cents a year. ■■ i- - i nm i m 3P The December number of Hours at Home has a list of papers above its usual liigli order of interest aml excellence. ïhis monthly is fast obtainiug the añections of the lovers of a healthyiterature. 3ayear; six copies, g!5. Address Charles BcatBSEE & Co., 124 Grand Street, New York. SsST The foundation walls of the neiv M. E. Church, corner of State and Washington Streets, are completed, and eovered up for the winter. Ho 1 sor HoLiDAYg. - Ladies and Misses and all others wishing Slipper patterns for Santa Claua purposes, wi 11 be accommodated free of charge, by calllng at W, W. Fexton's Shoe Shop, opposite the Post Office. E& We have on band a large nuin ber of volumes of Magazines, etc, which have been bound from three months to as many years, which the owners are requested to cali for. A disease haa broken out among horses in S3TÍICU8O, whieh is denominated " hor8e cholera." 'fhe disease appears to be conÜDed to canal horses.