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K? I,Hilles of New-York nutl Vicinity In . ..
w irli to keep your furniture new in its appearance ! if von
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OL?SS;" ills verv popular in Philadelphia, being patron,
tzed b\ the Gisi fiuiitlies of that citv. It will clean, revive,
and l.cautil'v Cabinet Furniture. Chairs, ice. itiviiie Uieiu a
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Ireatmcnl of ear dlscaiies, deaniess, dischar
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POUTHWI. iVOTICES.
I'ir Si'i iiiiii \'? 11 rd.
plus AND THE PR
SI ITUTIONA I, RIGHT
The Whia Eli ctors ol
It? Second ?1
KiXlSt RAI ION
? nretlng of iho l>i
?*of tl,,. Second \V
Whit; Headquarters
It resolved, thai put
Wag General Cotnmi
Queeteil to ini-ft a\ ni
MONDAY; the Jut in
j ig Delegates to the li
s To the Jut
To Hie Tl
Bale in -
i To the Kir
isles. 11 -o it Ci
felrool Officere
l'be election
bid by ballot,
J I," Leffertf
Bertor I for thi
By order of 1
Iarvis Cha:
f. McPhc k>
ft? Third Wat
of the Whig t.<?: era
tsS WarreU'Sl. on
Whig Delegates to tl
i, Three delegates
S. Five lleie. 11
I Three [>, it*
4. Kive Dele a
5. A i nruu.
tlierier and sclioi
tJbepoll will I
Miectors of Eli
frorn halt past 1"
Bj order ol
Ltvt k..i s,.s.
TtlOs. OliTWAI
es to (he Maj
s 10 tiie COngi
es io the Jutli
?21 It
dadon
JSP Fourth Ward.?Pursuant to il ? reco
J tt?\villij GENERAL COMMITTEE, an Election
^hSmht'1,',?! ** shakspbkj3 HOTEL, comer of
5???snd puune*:,-. on MONDAY, the 2lst lust from
Xav^V.0'^','1''luc P'Tpoee ol electiug Delegates to the
tZi* JT^' Conirressioniil, and Assembly Con
t*l&^nh^ 'I' 'T1.' U'i,rd Nos^nadug Committe,..
aw v^C '',;?""' :!???!>? ;ri'"-" of ti..:n.:.i.t!'iC Charter
ft?'ii Tlw."'""Wi?- r;'v'"J Poriowlhavo
ANDrt' 'V, ' ftors toe said election : ALEX.
McUl t;Hu.^?N' EMANUEt LESTER, DENNIS
lanlW^, ^ll> 9Wnm of the Ward Commiuee
j^?SH. MotEMAN,S?-crvturv. ol'J 2t*
or. of this \v..lr,( ?,;.H Kl \<JMMlTTn\ in? Whig Eie?.
wni teh..'.clon M?iN1hy'v,';,'V,!h,m ?'? "ti election
way, t?'iw.-.-? .1,.- boura ,,r ,' ? , w '? Weat Broad.
UioLtbrx,: l?*1Sb^lt ?*S
mm& Dlatrict, ?M^?v^> for Z vjJl' T'
oonimat,. Charter Sd ool tofErTb*t% of ? Co,,,?,!,;
BINOHAM. are hereby ap^^^aaxl j(*mN j
and the various We*aK^v\^^.ofsaM Kl.i
CK* ?y ?** Ofthe Ward fl" vacun
RICHARD I.A W RE NCR i^s.
r L DecAMP. \ v'?^Cbairn,^
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Albi.ki- l. Dgcam
j>amiil Ul.VNOLOs. 1 ,
jamw Marainkr, {!
?SSay??
j w;nj;si,ay L-vemn. the ?d ins't at"?, pSwt ?>
KVieM.NO wdtiue,? - Bjgelow's.-xoHud^a 8i ^
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POLITICAL NOTICES.
; r-;.\tli Ward.?The DEMOCRAT!! WH
Win. i
appoint'
i',- Seventh Wnrd.
Wkk'S1 1?v ard, held i
littler unparalleled In tin
?Foco misrule, wire-pull
imhle at ihn Seventh
INDAY EVENING,
i~ Eit-Iilli Ward.
THIS WART) an reque
ri in Wm.l Coiiveuttr
ilv. (the In lobules bc
wles from the Ward
tu moke u nom
ntioned, (except
Al.flX A.MlKK M.EAK
tr> Tenth Wan
Twelfth \\ nrd.
ituiii of the Guiicnii
Twelfth Ward are r
2 to
Tl
Tl
Ki
Wm. S. Carman, Secretary. ol9 .'r
I? Twelfth Wnrd.- At .1 Meeting 0 Twelllli
Ward WHIG COMMITTEE, it was resolved, that the
POLLS foi the ELEI '1 ION of DELEOATES tolhesev
eral Couvcnrione. should l e OPENED at I2M, and CLOS?
ED at 8 P.M. on MONDAY die 21st hist instead of the
?.Harlem. Oct. 19th. 185
IT? Thirteenth Wnrd.- Pursuant 1 the
mehdatioti ol th< Whin General Committee, the WHIGS
OF THE THIRTEENTH WARD are requested to asaera
hh- at THAI.IAN HALL, 160 Grand .-!, on MONDAY
EVENING next. 21st iust. at 71 o'clock, to elect by ballot
Three Delegates to represent said Ward hi the Mayoralty
Convent. to be hi It! at the Broadway House, on the 22d
inst, i Three Delegates to the Judiciary Convention, tobe
held at ihe same place, on the 23d inst 5 Six Delegates to
the Congressional Convention of the !\ th District, to meet
mendalion of the Wide General Committee, the Whig
Eh clors of ih< .Sixteenth Ward ure hereby notified that an
election will beheld on Monday. On. 21. at the {South
West comer Elglith-av. und Twenty-third-st between the
hours ..f 71 and Hi o'clock, A M. for tie purpose of choosing
three Delegates to Ihe Mayoralty Convention ; three Dele?
gates to ihe Judiciary Convention; five Delegates to the
sixth DisttictCongressional Convention; eleven Delegates
to nominate a Member of Assembly f>r the XlVth Assem?
bly District, und a Charier Convention, to consist of 1.5
members, to nominate Ward and School officers, Bv order
of the W ard Committee. H. HILL WHEELER,
W. Hodcki.vson. I o , . Chairman.
_Attx. McGuiRE, 5 -' cretMlw, 19 ?* ;
tr? To the Whig? of the Seventeenth Wnrd,?
Ti e Lawyers and Custom House Officers having called the 1
Pr man Meetings when all who follow more useful occu- I
pations are engaged in business, thus affording themselves
an opportunity to defraud Whig voters, many Whigs will
lake no part in ,. but call an Evening Meeting to steinet ?
Whigs.wortby of the peoples support o2l It's J
17' Seventeenth U nrd.?The Whig Electors ofthis ?
Wtu-dare notified to attend at the Henry Cay House, on
MONDAY, the 2ist Etut. between the hours of 6J and 10 A.M.
for die purpose of electing Delegates to the several Con- '
volitions, in accordance with the can* of the Whig General
Committee, aud also for a Cj-oxter Convention, consisting '
oi -1 mi :n';.-rs. to nominate Charter officers. The following j
p.. r?rr.s have been named Inspectors of such Election:
M ER WIN R BREW V.R. M.ATHEW II CHASE, I
JOHN T. ALLEN. |
By order of Seventeenth Want Whig Committee
NATHAN C. ELY, Chairman. !
W. F. T. ChAv>Man, Secretary. oI9 2tis*
IV Nitw*rr-emh Ward.?Ii pursuance of the recorn- |
mendalion ol the W hig General Couimiitee, the Whig
Electors of the Nineteenth Ward are notified thai an elec?
tion will *>e held on MONDAY, the 21st of October lust at
the hous\! of Charles S. Barbiere, Eighth-avenue and Forty,
eighth st. between the hont? of 3 ?ud 5 P M. for thr! pur?
pose-of choosing three Delegates to ihe Mayoralty Conven?
tion, three Deli-gates to ihe Judiciary Couveution, rive Dei
eceteatoth? Vlih District Congressional Couveution, five
Deleratee to Dominate a candidate for Assembly for the
*th Assembly District, and a Charter Convention to con
?ft Of thirteen members to nominate Ward officers; also
seven Delegates to nomir.Rte School officers. Bv order of
the Ward Committee HIRAM A. MAl'NARD, ch'n.
?Eo, W, Jaoatcs, Secretary. 019 ft*
POLITICAL NOTICES.
! ' Fourteenth Wi
Wi,r(i ?re notified u, m
MAN. JAM KS \IIFV Bv order of die Fourteenth
Ward < twmiiiree, DAVID SHERWOOD Chairman
Chas. K. Mevehs. Secretary. ' ' ' o2l It's
TFTifTtrnth \\ nil. ~ " "
to i .'t cr Delegat) - to the .-? vend committees reebmm rn led
by the WTdg General Committee. Tlie Poll :o be opened
at.7 A M.. and close at I o'clock, P.M. Bv order of the
Ward Committee. ISAAC O. BARKER, Chairman,
Charles S. Benson, Secretary. o2l if
WANT PLACES.
ALS
I Ninth avenues. _oil IV
? A s Child's Nurse and Plain Sewer,
1 Al.y a most respectable Protestant Girl, who under!
I stands the care of children and is an excellent Plain Sewer.
Call at 233 Twenty-finii-sL near the Ninfh-av. for two
days, 02191?
\S Chambermaid, or General House?
maid, !>y a respectable German irirl, or would do piain
sewing and chamberwork in u private family. Appiv at 176
Eorsyih-sL oil it*
;keeper, by a middle-aged lady
he best of recom?
mendations. She can be seen for afewduvsat 51 Lai ' :?
st._ o21 it*
A^S Cook, bv a rr-iirctnlilo woman, who
AS House
from Connei
-fMLlbor
to wasl
iiniiersianns tier business; lias no objection
ironing?a laundry preferred; Best of city
reference. Call at 22 East Eleventh-st, Can he seen be?
tween ti ami i o'clock for 2 days. o2l 11 '
AS plain Cook, ami to do General
Housework, by a respectable Woman. Good refer
^S Cook, Washer and Ironer, by a re
be seen inr j days at 33 Muuroe-sL 2d floor'froitt t^oom' I t'
As Amanuensis or Copyist, by a youn?
rajady ol resnectubility, or as ENGLISH GO VERN?
AL"
ESS to young children, and would assis
fiunilv as a COMPANION", would go
Alisa'C. at this office.
7% S Children's Nurse and
A S Waitress or Chambermaid, bv a
A r.-,.1,,. V,.??g Woman. Call,,. l23TInrd-av.be
S Cook, Washer und Ironer, l?v a rc
s respectable Young Woman in a private family. Can
? the best of city reference. Call at 191 Mott-sL where
can he seen for two days. o2l It
A S C< in ml Housemaid, by a respectable
J A Your;; Woman; would make herself generally usefnl.
AS Wei Nurse, by a respectable healthy
I,, si ofeity n Ii rences can be iurnislied, from Dr. Duggaif, in
Third-av. Call at 123 Third-av. between Tldrreenlh and
\S good Cook, and would be willing to
assist iu Washing mid Ironimr. bv a resnectnble Wo
^ S Domestic Servants, while, colored
1
lie
Si
A
mil
I
1
A^S i ham be it maid, Washer ai
S Cook,
nil Houscn
small family, 1
Call at 111 Amir
A'1
Young Girl; tin
S Cook
A
use the lady,
not so much
oil It-c
a family,
ectable aiid
fond of chil
d character;
t Vsi I!road
A
S Chambermaid, or to do Washing: and
rv; best Of
I. up stairs.
ir to do
uung Wo
j Bowery.
A
mim i
Can 1
.S Cook, and to do the Washing and
ictable Young
? Washer and
I roller; would lake it Laundress' place; best of city refer?
ence given. Can he seen for two days. Call at 33h Hons
A:
J^S ( !h \mbi ri
ironer, or
i family, by a
Plain Cook,
has good ret?
ool basement
A*?
S Chambermaid und Waiter by a
term v-sl front basement. C
if citv refer-nres
. engage.!, at > At
the hours of pi and
4 for two days. o21 ii-c
Ostler, or to drive a
by a sober, careful Single Man,
who is well acquainted with* the city; would have no ob?
jections to go in the country; most satisfuciory references
? s to integrity, sobriety and industry'. Address William,
Ofile'M.f, Splnk, 1P7 Brvome-SL Suiary not so mucli an ob?
ject as a pood Mine. ??| 11 H
TO Travel w ith n Family, an experi?
enced Nurse and Sfcfimalrtss, English or American
prefi rr. d Apply immediately at 148 Grand-sL o21 1;
HPo Adopt.?A family of respectability,
JL and sood standing in society.lno other* need repiv.)
deslr - Of adopting a beautiful 'heullhy MALE CHILI?
about one year old, may address d. d. Broadway p."-.
Office. olJ if
WANTED,
\VANTKD-At il-i Nassau-st. (Base
v ? ment.l Clerks. Salesmen, Book-keepers. Porters,
.Vtti to w ork on Farms, Boys to learn Trades, Coachmen,
Waiters, Gardencre, School Teachers. G:r!s as Cooks
Chi.n.bi rmaids, General Housework Servants, Serving;
Giris, Nurses, Waiters, Catholic or Protestant, citv and
country. Candor and honesty always observed. Ruled
and regulations to be 6een.'o2l'lt'JTHOS. SPINK, Agent.
\1: AN T Ki5??iTactivisYnTciTiirent B? V.
T T Apply a! 7 Gold-st (tip sours) between the hour* of
F and 10. _o-I 1'-'
\\ ANTl-^?-An intelligent LA Dgas
? ? CLERK in a Lawyer's Office. He mustwrite**
i iuin hani), and be contented for the firs! year with a mrslc
rule salurv. Address ?' Ctericus," Tribune office, oJl 11*
WA.YiKD.
AN
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OlH >t"
<0 ARCHITECTS. ? PARTNER
WANTED.?A regular bred ARCHITECT, who has,
been fahnsiness hi tins city for nuiuv years, is desirous |ol
makinc an crrat.i< mi nt with an Architect that is willing to
devote his time and mind to the Profession. A Ottntietnan
t!::;t will pay 81 ,noc for the atom Interest in tuiv established
office, will please address C. WREN, Tribune office.
OALKSM A N WA NTED for January 1,
?3tS51.?An Importing and Jobbing l?rv Goods House
?jeprepnnSl to irem liberally with twoetucienl and exper
rienciil SALESMEN?one willi <ri>y and one with eastern
Bcqusinuuice. None need reply except such as cart influ?
ences tfigeaniountof l'imhI mule as above. Communi?
cations held strictly confidential. Address box '-'l11 Post
Office, ol'j ir
o \u :nm
?3c
Dr.
oik
W
WANTED.?Tv,
nree
^competent ts
Dr.- Goods Jcbh
oi'ar BO WE
arnvr
in we
the Ol
>, SITUATIONS for a nui
Hem girls and children, recet
ritv habits and associations, and will
TANTED, tin inti
r LADY (middle-aged
of ch?djen. and to make
tt am ERICAN
folk-sL
the aim
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understanding his business, of exemplary social a
imgh business habits, can be suited by addressing
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Daily
rut.?
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Or
\ iTOUNG M \ N
ted himself for ihe
elementary law. w
some kind of busini
advancement. If It
here he intends to
take charge of an A
nicnlions through thi
will be attended to.
f?NTED!
for about 2i
V A NT GIRLS?inOi
laundresse?, waiters,
er?. & c, Families ci
servants, at El,MIHI
mine-st
^yAvn.i).
for highly respectnbl
ployment Agency Ol
av. N. B.?None so
as come well reconi
lynictti in this city in
nbrd opportunities for
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the West, ami would
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PUBLISHED THIS DAY, THE NOV.
I NO. of HOLDEN'S MAGAZINE.?Contents.?Lou
Is Philippe; The End of It, bj Bnislue Stephen ; Songs ol
the Affections, by William P. Mulcldnock; Pilgrinwgea to
English Sbtines, by Mrs. S. C. Hall; The New Crusado,
by John Savage, author of Lays of the Fatherland;' Pomps
and Vanities, by Caroline Che'sebro'i O'Connell, by Rev.
Henrv Giles;"Siren, Sine, by William P. Mulcldnockj
Sketches of New-England Cliaracter.by the author ofSuay
I,_Diary ; Uses and Abuses, bv lltor Non Abutor; The,
fishers of Seneca Lake, by Rosa "Clover; To Jenny Lmd.
by Olivia Oakwood; Three Chapters for Young Sports?
men, by Churlcv Chase ; The Birth of tho Flowers, by John
S Adams ; "There Is No Night There,by Laura S-.
Editor's Table?R< ilssuniiicOi Visit to Oeuuva; Sene?
ca Lake; FUhilig Excurson; Convention of the Society of
the Sigma Phi; Address ol Charles B. Sedgwick, Esq.;
Essential Distinction between Mr. Mrs. and Muts.; Tuo
Kiouetv" Style We Like; Jenny Lind's First Concert;
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BOASt?/IMi.
BOAKD WANT KD. A Stmlont .io
sires a Home during a course of study, for
vi hieb tuition in one of the bes?nslitutioiis for young lodlea
will he given duriiig tlie sameiteriod, or tuition to one or
more lads in one of thebesi private schools in New-York.
Instruction in V ocal orl Instrumental Music on the same
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W POLAIAN, 659 Broadway, N. V. old Im?
BOARD in WILI iIAMSBURG H.?\
gentleman and his wife, and one or two single gentle?
men, can be accommodated with PLEASANT ROOMS In
a private family, at SC Flrst>SI one minute's walk from Iho
Peck-slip Ferry. Boats run every fivo minutes during ilio
day, Lot utlou very dei Iruble?house facing the water.com
mutidiiig "a fine view of Brooklyn, New York, East River,
i.e. ol 3w?
"OOARD.?Gentlemen and their wives
j Wni single gentlemen may he ai.mmodated wfth
cool) BOARL) and PLEASAflT ROOMS, with pantriea
nttached. with privilege of hot, end and shower baths, at
46 Second-St, The house is large ami pleasantly located.
Broadway line of tinges pass the door_o!7 1 w
BoAKD.?A gentleman and Iii-wile, or
two gentlemen, may obtain board with pleasant rooms
furnished or unfurnished, al l.'i Wesl Washington-place,
i,ear Wasliingtoii-squaru. The house is pleasantly situated,
and bus a bath room. References exchanged. Apply on
I he premise.. o2l3t*
BOARD WANTED in BROOKLYN.?
A lady and child W if Ii a furnished Pa lor and lie.(room
in a private fHinlly where there are no other Boarders: In
the vicfnityol Myrtle-nv. preferred. AildressJ; w. Brook?
lyn Posi office with references. ol9 lw>
DLEAS?NT F?R NIS H EI) ROOMS
X TO LET, with BREAKFAST and TEA, on the sec?
ond floor, at 7 Park-place. oli lw?
'inVO well furnished ROOMS mi tho
J tir-i floor, with full or partial board, for single gentle?
men only, at 17 U alker-sL wesl side of Broadway. >>2i iw*
FURNISHED ATTIC ROOM, suit
A
u siti^i.t gcntlsrnan, is to let without board, at
17 White-st. o^! 4teoda
IBURNISHED ROOMS 'J'O LET to
SINGLE GENTLEMEN.?Private house and small
family. Rooms on the second door, with pantries and
grates attached Apply at 224 Wooster-sL A stage route
at each end ofthe block. ol9 3t*
ROOMS WANTED IMMEDIATELY.
?A small family, without young children, la desirous
of renting a parlor and two bedrooms, unfurnished. Thai
purlor must he on the hr-t floor front, wttn a pantry or small
tea-room. The size and situation of the bedrooms would
not be important. Location between Chambers-sL and
Union-square, in or near Broadway Arratigemeut? ?uiy bo
mode for board. Address B. R. Tribune Office. o!9 2t*
KOOMS handsomely und newly-ftfrnish
? d, with or without board, nn first, second, or third
floors, may be luui at 148 or 112 Chambers-si. A suite of
rooms, with wardrobe closets attached and bedrooms ad*
joining, v.-ry desirable for single gentlemen or a ramify.
Transient boarders taken. Apply as above. o2l It*
OOMS t? LET, with Board, suitable
t-for Gentlemen and their Wives?also, mngle g' ntle
men, together with liath-Room, and all the modern Im?
provements, at 2 Lttiuurtine-place, Twetity-mnth-st. Refer?
ence, exchanged. o212w
OOMS WITH BOARD, and VRl
VATE TABLE, may be bad in a first cUsh three-story
house, j,, h small PRIVATE FAMILY, where there, are no
boarders, In a good neighborhood, at 13 Walkur-st. we^t
from Broudway, and go<*l references (riven. oil) Iw*
R~0?MS TO LET, WITH BOARD,
In one of the the most pleasant locations in the City,
on a .STAGE ROl.'TE. The be?t of reference (riven and
reqniri d. Apply at the N. E. cor. ol Tinrteeuth-st. and Sev?
en th-av. o3 1m*
ROOMS TO LET, with BOARD, suit
ablefor GENTLEMEN and their WIVES, or SIN?
GLE GENTLEMEN, at 145 Hudson-st.oppoaith iL John's
Park. Reference exchanged. o9 1m*
~ OOMS to LET?To single Gentlemen,
1th Breakfast. Apply al 13 Warren-sL o!71w
R
STOLEN?On Saturday, 19th inst. be
tween 12 and 1 o'clock, In the vicinity of WashtnsTtori
Market h note drawn by Scevll i Mason. St. L<jui3, in fa
i...r of and indorsed by Dwight Binbop forfour?iuudredau4
Ibirty-lhree22-100dollar., daie.1 Sept. 15, i860, for one hun?
dred and thirty-seven days, payable in New-York. Alto,
one now for six, hundred mid four dollars, dated Sept. 2tj,
18.50, for si.\ months, drawn and Indorsed bv Adam Smith,
A Co, Also, one note drawn by Wm. H. Rellogu. dalo.1
Oct. ! '. ai tnree months for two hundred dollars, indorsed
bv D. Bishop. Also, i) Biel,.i]/. check for e?veuty-five dol?
lar-, on the Parih. Rank. Also, Henry DuboU'S check fijr
nineteen dollars, on tin- Greenwich Bunk. Also, from fifty
lo seventy-fivedonars in Bank bills. Payment of trwabovej
l otes and checks have tet^u .topped, and if the holder will
return the notes and checks through the Post-office'to lha
undersigned, he mav retain the bills.
? '"^_Dwight bishop, 394 Hudson-st
< )< K i N( r BIR I )S.~ Two Mocking
Bird-, -upenor6ir.gerf, for sale cheap. Also twonne
Inquire of R, VAN DIEN;
80 Ntwtttti-tt.

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