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NEW-YORK, TI KSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1850.
PRICE TWO
NEW-YORK TRIBUNE.
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GRKKLEY v McELRATH. PubUabers
SPECIAL NOTICES.
Mercantile Mbrar;
Kilopanti, Meuibei ol ?? le
will deliver a series ol Lectun
8< cret Societies upon the Andei
?>t Rome " Under tills original
History assumes a new degreeo
tance. One of die secret meai
Ancient Roman Ethena was w
human heart. By this cireuinsti
lory attains also to all tie- war
Mrs! Lecture al CLINTON hai
?Orr. at 7} P.M. Admittance lie
tv? Course olJ.cc/hit
-Itev Mr. Asm will deliver in.
lectures, in the French Languac
of the age ol Louis XIV. on FRI
Chapel, Broadway,at 71 o'clocl
Jars run be had ut G, P. Putin
Lockwood k Son's, in Broad
den,6u9 Broadway. Price of I
cents; for the twelve lectures, .*
f"1 lli?'c'.a I?odge !*o
Mt-niU r- oflbis Lo.lne lire purl
tbe next regular meeting on Tl
sum. ai l', o'clock precisely
Business of importance will b
(or immediate uciiou, MATTH
A. P. Silve, Sec'y.
.soetll lion.
woman's power upon the
stancethe early Romau His
annest interest of a novel.
ALI,, on THURSDAY. SWth
? eis. o223tis
on French Literature.
r, i. o. o. f
-The
?tend
.IV Liquid 11 ir t r Dye,
Hair or Whiskers the momeu
injury. It is entirely free froi
WHshed with ?ie strongest si
without wailing i" drv. For
<ih's Wig Factory, 4 Wull-st,
~CS" Notice. Passengers
Liverpool, will please be o
Canal-st. on SATURDA Y, Oc
Send all baggage, nol wanl
FRIDAY, OctoberSSth, mar
per of the passenger's berth.
tT' The A (Mo ii med
GRAND DIVISION S. of T.
DAY KVENING. October 23i
Ball,360 Broudway.' liv md
IV Hoiinty l.mitl'
ruliir attention to the pro
under the recent act ol
Agent in Wasliington to
will lose no time in proci
:i Tu thitSattl
P ARCTIC, for
e dock, foot of
11 o'clock A. M.
ssatre, mi board
with the nuni
iDERLY, G.
vUl give parti
?Bounty Lands
ol Imiseod&miD" Counsellor ut Law.
Dr. Uiitencv's Ear Infirmary, .! Wurren
9i. near Broadway, open from ? till <, for the exclusive
reetinoitt of ear diseases, deafness, discharges from tho
nr. and all unpleasant noisosln the head cured in a short
B, $l by letter
or otherwise. Unpaid lc
619 auDStW
CS? Oil! Oil! Oil!?Try MCDOWELL'S EIGHTY
CENT WINTER OIL, a beautiful article; will bum clear
and bright witliout smoke or gum; warranted to burn all
night. Joseph t. McDowell,
si'? 1 in' Oil Store, 156 Divisiou-st.
? i' m 11::;'
l\7 The Ti no Test.
proved, und experience conlirmed the fact,
oeriou Fluid for the buir, and Heheaioiiuli
ion, are the only toilet articles reullv worthv
Sold by the inventor, William Bogle.'5
St. Boston; tdso, by a. B. ,\ l>. Sands, luu !?
ton. dark fc'Co. 110 und ?73 Broadway-, Ni
BSfiglUioil has
ut Boirle's Hv
H| I SICAL?Card.?MES. BAILEY
pri'll.Sin VOCAL MUSIC, and has adopted u system
by which y<.g ludies cm, acquire witli facility the execu
litm id' the most popular Sunns, Concerted Music, i.e.
Terms moderate. Mrs. ItaiieyV services can be engaged
for ihc i Iholr ofan Episcopal Church. Apply at !;U Fotii di?
al. \\ est side ofWasluiigtou-snuare. o22 It"
i ilNS'l
TRACY ii
II <) \ i >\V VY <' !. \:
S
SPANISH LANG?AG
UAL
Ret I!.J DAVID, I'
-ORALSYS
J>OARDING and DAY S('1I<)(?LS for
received as boarders in Miss DAY'S School, 108 Wavcrlv
place. Also day boarders. o22 lw*
LADY accustomed to Teach, wishc
Iy tJJ'i'K '\l. PRINTING BY STEAM.
- ?BAKER, GODWIN ,v CO. .he proprietors of lb.
?tkam Kilt PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT, Tri
IJEW-YORK LAUNDRY
- ^ sireet, nci
Gentlemen, Kan
and extensive ii
countrv. l! Iuls
thousand dollar:
cloihi's washed
on sale; gentlemen's collars
colored vests and pantaloons t
permuted iu come near them.
tith?Ladies' dresses, and all rim- an
an experienced French Laundress.
Clothes taken mid delivered free o;
spots mid slain* ettbctuallv removed.
rAU orders left at the Office, 13 Sprue
the Penny Post, will receive prompt ul
?_ MADAME RAYMON
^r s?Pxpeneiia-d hands aro enij
?VJIMUVati: SALE
- ?-BR1CK mitE and Two I
?'uvdiuiid.^,,?,?,";:\J. \
? ?I in kouI unter 1
Ako, ^LOTS of'OnniTvn
bund red-aiidnw,a u ""
"??XlOO feet dWp 3 "1',8"t!,v"
?y can
IiKivviir^sTTe7"
, HOUSE and LOT vs7'?,
Frame House, filled W ' . ,V, ?<
iqimtelsinpariors.kcf ffiK? ? "
rear by HHi ht-i ?? ,\~,., "! ? Lot, Z
House in the Citv of iu ""l*
ANTHONY J III KKck- l?- Pur
Ink
a?cn
Twi
BROOKLYN.
fj? N W ad! ?INt_ rrT?
JUT having been appointed by w i ,1-, ^b^rnbcrS
soie agents lor the sole ol then STOnw&J?^ oi London,
laveltst received a fmi wpiwor ,Nl' V'M! nition
WADDING, with ci.e^nca'V r're,, ;rSKW CLOTfJ
wperior to any kind of Pupe'r-wJe , '.' <*'^"--s- w-arneiled
?V same price.
Also, BUSY'S S
HOT-CART
RANG
?
OGARDUS'
MILL, for Griudi.
PATEN'
ELECTRIC
9t nuc at a Bor??
Water -t?. RriK.Ji'
WANT PLACES.
A ?/
Pu
\S Porter, or ('Jerk m a
- smart, active Young Man; is willing I
useful io employer, or would accept ufaV
a Hotel or Saloon: has the best ol city refe
last employer. Address 384 Tenth-st. 2d flu
Can be seen for 3 days._
?S Cook. Washer and Ii
* private family, orto lake care
Bpectablo Young Woman. Noobjeclh
in (lie country, Good reference can I
Molt-st, within a few doors offSpring
AS first rate Cook, Was
_OL by a respectable t<-:ii-,]<-; can g
ence from her last place, in which she
Call at 1" Prince-st. up stairs.
4 S Chambermaid and W
ll bermaid and Nurse. Good referc
Apply ?173 Elev-nh-sl. beuveen Kifll,
A
S Cook. W
res?
pood Biik'
333 Bower
two day1-.
AS?
KAMSTKESS. tiV it n.^lW'C'tUl
The be stcfty reference can 1"' given. Apply at 1854 Sixth
av, between Thirteenth and Fourteentb-sls. o223t*
A S Genera] Housemaid, by a respectable
?L ? Protestant Woman, with good city referenco. Call at
Sil Vcsey-et. second floor, in the rear. Can tie seen for two
days, if not previously engaged. o22 It*
AS Genkral Housemaid by a <mart,
. active Young Woman, in a small family; she can do
Plain Cooking,and is a good Washer ami Iron. Can give
good dfyr^ference. Call at 17 Rwe-st, from bjwse. It
AS Chambermaid and Waiter, or to as
. sist in Wnshing and Ironing, by a Protestant Girl;
can give the best of city reference. Can be seen for two
days at the Third Cottage Home,'
tween Eighth and Ninth avs.
^S Chambermaid or Plain Sewer, by a
14 Thirteen'th-st. between Fifth and Sixth avs. Can be seen
fortwo days. o22 li*
AS Cook. Washer and Ironer, by it
Woman who understands her business perfectly; has
no objection to assist in Washing and Ironing, and has the
very hoi of city references. Call at 22 Eust-Eleventh-sL
between Third and Fourth avs. for two days. o22 it*
k. bv a respectable woman, who
she ic also it tirst r
reference from he
years. Call nt 104
ving-plucc. Can I
A S ( II A M It
live Agency, 118 Grand-st. o22 li
AS Chambermaid <h- Nurse, or to do
- General Housework of u small family, by a respecta?
ble Oirl. Call at 506 Houslon-st. front room, over die store.
Good city reference given. o22 It'
AS Chambermaid or Laundress, by it
Is u first rate Laundress. Apply al 74 SLvtli-av.lh the book?
store. "22 2t
T,M)K or Htmsckiin.?rTl'iy'Ti'nTt^
L mm Willow Lady, in a private family.- where she CS i
have her boy will] her,aged '.i years. She bus good recpm
ASJF
her i'oy with her,aged !' years. She bus good recom
lulkms.' Can be seen for two days, at 207 Spring-gt, 1
A S Cook, Washer and Ironer, bv a ve
ii ry experienced middle aged Woman, with excellent
city reference, in a private family; is u food Cook, and tirst
rale Washer und Ironer. Call at 74 Sixth-av. in the book?
store. 022 It"
4 S Coachman, bv a Young Man who
1V understands perfectly the inking cure of Horses ; i on
give good City reference. Apply at So South-st. ?22 Si*
A
of children
of city refer
store.
A:,,n
Cook Was he
ii.i-lerv
>22 It '
VMBERMAID, l)V It f' -1 " vial >]<? illn
and to take care of children in a small titmilv; is capable
ofdoinc. ( liuiuberwork or any light household work^Ap
^^S plain Sewer, or to do general 1J
a Youui! Woman. Is n go?d Washer and Ironei
bv
gpra
gugi
As Chambermaid iuhI Kine Washer and
.Ironer by n respectable Protestant Woman. Has no
S ClIAMBERMAIl
relerenci
fHtuilv, t!
Housewi
days
Ml
\S Seamstress or
and liti'iij:. Has no object io
ence, a pply at 72 Sixtu-av. i
A S Waiter, by a
in this country, Best
the rear, room No. Iti.
Dress-M
1ker, HV It
. or to take
,VS ( Chambermaid and Waiti r, oi
able young woman. Bestol city reference'can be given
Call "at IB Hammond-sh Can be* seen for two days. o221t"
\ S < *ook. Washer aud rroner, or us Gen
teentb-st. and Seveu?i-aveuue over the liquor store o221t"
teent
S ( H \
givei
tornt
Hit basement. Call between the hours of maud
tor two days. ?jl >t e
AS good Cook, bv a iroung Woman,
^A who understands Baktnir. ems Chainberm?i,l. ?h? i.
er hihi ironer: prefers traveling with
ty reference etvett. Call at 115 Prince
AS Seamstress, understands Cutting
1
Mai
she can tie seen for two days.
AS W,! Nursi. by ? ri sj
three days at 41) Charles-st. Has the
S Waiter ami Cham
Mr. I
S C.t.K, w
roner, i>v a r?
Ir. I
V
two d
ty-Eig
^S Chambermaid, by a respectable
North-Moore-st, oa lt?
A^i.l'i;";:-,,':t.",:;;i;;:::r:" 'V'",A
King-si in tbeTruuiontlieaVfloor. o222uV
np.O \i>oi'T.--A family of respectability,
-I mia good standing in society, no others need reply )
desirous of adopting u beautiful healthy MALE CHILD
about one year old, may addrets i'. b. Broadway I'osi
Office. ol93t?
WANTED.
?:u-ii res)"-' UibkS
?,. description of
TED TO R ENT?Part of a II > ise
fileasunt location, near or west of Broadway,
rri( i AR l :HITE( !TS..- PA RTNER
X WANTED.?a regular bred ARCHITECT, whohas
been in business in this city for many years, is desirous |of
making nn amui-emerit wfth an Architect Ihut is willing to
devote his time I nd mind to the Profession. a Gentleman
i!imi will Dav f?l fiOO for tl?- above interest in any established
S
JAL ESM A N W -\ N TEI > fi ir .1 ?nuary 1.
?5l851.?An Importing and Jobbing Dry Goods House
arc prepared tu tr.;i: lilieraily wit!, two efficient and expe?
rienced SALESMEN?one with city und one with eastern
acnuaintance. None need reply except such as can influ
CALESM EN WANTED.?Two ?
^competent Sam ?vi n who thoroughly under
Drv Goods Jobbing business, mav apply to
01861* BOWKN' .v Mi NAMES. I12and III Br
ifTANTED, SITUATIONS for'anum
' f her of excellent GIRLS und CHILDREN, recently
?ived, free from city habits and associations, and willing
work for moderate wages. Application to lie made ai
; office of Commissioners of Emigration, in the Park. No
urges. 824 tf
n~PRiXTKi:s and plblisfT
ANTED?Three First Class C< >OKS
AN'I
"ANTED?A well educated Vmuu
ANTE
:lm?jre'S se
igency, 7 Ca
ANTED
ANTED
ANTED, A PAR'
ANTED?For a small
HALF OF A HOUSE, or a fi
ANTED?A LADY
RANTED?Ai
) V New-Jersev. aboi
1^'ANTEI). two [rood CABINET-MA
V V Kl?ts- WORK benches. Apply to
rv*> HAMMERSMITHS -Wi
. a
RANTED, 1,000 AGEN'
lv. to sell a new family manual,!
xs
toriu!
und in
ment.
Public
^ Lady y ishi s to recoinm
at any simi
? The"Araei
ssau-st. up
ilOII!
iecti
the i
A
Firsl
>YKK
A N W A N
RANTED \
hour.- dailv. of some adv
Appi;
L'
4, hi AI
for tew
ANTED?\ ijood Watchmaker and
a Jobbing Jeweller, to gu to a neighboring City.
CRATIVE EMPLOYMENT given
i ? ti l t id i : ? fust! v w: .\ I ? .- . .,.
. Considerable emolument may be derived as soon
ired. Apply personallvjbetween die hours of I" and
tUG CLERK WANTED.?A vnuns
tini store, doing a largo prescription business, may hearoi a
pennaneiii situation by applying to Dr. J. HIVES. Eighth
avenue, cor. Forty-nrst-st. References reqmred. o22it
CCOOPERS WANTED.?Ten or more
-'PAINT KKi; COOPERS can have coulsant employ
ment. Inquire at Jackson Kern, Brooklyn. oly?t'
1^) PHYSICIANS.?Any one wishing
with a practice worth $2,000 per annum, by purchasing real
estate worth ijfw. Terms easy, or would exchange for
property m the city. For information apply to Mr. Keeler,
j Nassau-st. ' s-N lnr
kJOTICE.?EDWARD K EARNS, of
L
OST, $1,000-in a Bank of New-York
-iH,ll. on Tbursdav last I7th inet between orfnthe 1
Bank oi New-York or Rank of Commerce. Tile finder
Pi st-Office. -luting where it may be called for. oil 21
IP TN A SAFETY -FUSE.?-This article
-Ahaviug been satisfactorily tbsted bv experienced
BOARDING
?OARD WANTED.?A ?
gOARD in WTLLTAMSB?RGH.?A
men.canbeaccomniodntcd ivith RLE \SASTlti.?)Ms';n
The house is large and pleasantly located.
?OARD WANTED^ bv two gentlemen
1).?A
>( >A RD WANTED in BROOKLYN.?
*A lady and child wish n tarnished Parlor and Bedroom
i private fondly where there are no oilier Hoarders; in
vicihityol Myrtle-av. preferred. Address J. W. Brook
K)A.RD und ROO^I WANTED bv
JgOAliD WANTED?By a Gentleman,
?A RD ii S< ?I TH BR( lOKL^ N, i
?OARDING.?A Gentleman and Lady,
f'UHfi) BOARD and PI' asant RO( IMS
VJTniay las had for the Winter, In ORANGE, fU. nl.t
three minutes walk from the Ruilroud D6p6t Apply tor
son,' Esq'.' President'of Jlutuol Benefit Insurance Co. 11
A%'ANTlflTin a FRENCH FAMILY
bedroom with hoard, 'Residence in the upper part of the
A GENTLEMAN.can be aec(mim,i.httnI
ot
rr*0 BOARDING-HOUSE KEEPERS.
J Boa .1 wanted lor Medical .Students. Apply to
I IIARLER W. P?L.MAN, at the Medical CoJbJp?v 653
rilWO v.i ll-furiiislieil ROOMS mi tIf?
ROOMS TO LET tu
IKv-private house and small
CjiURNISH E D ROOM TO L E T i'< ir
300MS i" LET, with Board, suitable
A for Gentlemen ami their Wivea-also, single gentle
en tocetbi r witb linlli-Room, und nil the modem im
ovVmenrs.il'-: l.iinnutme-iilace, Twenty-uiuth-st. Refer
?OOMS WITH BOARD, and PRI
OOMS TO LET, WITH BOAR D,
in one of the the most pleasant locations in the City.
tT,ii;i' i'iii'TK T ?. l?>t oi reterenct! uiven and
l\ VATF. TABLE, mav be hn
mr>: in ii small PRIVATE KA.
from I
K
and oev
o'l Im*
]>( K IMS T< > LET, with B< >ARD, suit
-V able for GENTLEMEN and their WIVES, or SIN?
GLE GENTLEMEN, ai I f. Hudson-st. opposith St John's
Park. Reference exchanged._o9hn*
J>OOMS to LET with B( >A R D, to fam
W> ili?s or single gentlemen, at 630 Hudson-sf. near
J300MS to LET?To sinele Gentlemen,
.V.vi;|, Breakfast Apply al 11? Warren-st olTlw
DKV (.OO.DS.
1 M; B( IDINE'S, the RICHEST and
Jf ? CHEAPEST DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT
5001ong aiid square BROCHE SHAWLS? new designs
1,000WOOLEN SHAWLS, long and square, all new
st patterns and
l MATT AS and
led and plain BLANKETS, cradle, crib and large sizes of
die I esl make MARSEILLES QUILTS, TICKING, CAN?
TON FLANNELS and DRAPERY of ail kinds.
Also. Ladies' and Gents' best quality Kll> GLOVES and
Ladies' fine embroidered LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS,
SWISS and BOOK MUSLINS, plain,embroidered andcol
rpO THE LADIES.?A new stock iif
C
OTTOIN VARN. COTTON BATTS,
AMAGED <!< M
MATHEWS..BI
tALR'O PRINTERS' BLANKETS,
[JLEACHED GOODS
fjRUWN SHEETiNC:
/ EN TUCK V .1EA NS.-- 50 cases mixed,
Vforsaleby [oil NESMITH it CO ?and52Pine-st
GOODS.
BROWN COTTONS.?1,500 bales h
4-1, 5-|, G-j, and I'M. eonrprising all the various quali?
ties, for sale by [o5] NESMITH t CO. 50 and Pine-st.
-TUIREE-FOl R BLEACHED SHIRT
Jl INGS.?150 cases fine and low priced, at 3 to 6 cents,
for sale by [mvll | C. B. LE BARON, ? Pine-si
gLANKETS.- -150 cast s Mackinaw.Ne
o? NESM1 i H \. CQ.oO ftHu ? rintf-si.
DLUE anil CANARY PRINTS.?A
# ? -\ ,- d - ? r or article, fast colors, for sale by
mv'ii " - C. B. LE BARON, 55 Pine-sl
UTASSIC BATTS.?300 bales best qnal
lTJLirv forsalebv NKS.MITH .* CO. 50 and 52 Pine-st
AMIMiOTS.
JENNY LIND'S FIRST CONCERT
her?to take place on VVEDNES
Tickets for sale at WM. |HAl
Just Published, JENNY Ll>
AMERICA, by Epes Sargent.
11 ^DEMOISELLE JENNY LIND will
ITigive her FIRST i>RAND CONCERT, since her re
turn to New-York, at the
TRIPLER HALL,
On WEDNESDAY EVENING, Oct.23
P ROO il A M M E.
Ana?" r ro ret
.Mater.
Aria, with Chor
uy Lind. Stat
.March from Atli
Concert;
Hooks containing the Programme and Words of the Songs
in Italian, German, Swedish, and their translations Into Eng?
lish, can be obtained in tho lobby or the Hall.
Mademoiselle JENNY LINO will continue her Concerts
every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY i.iu: fur?
ther notice. o2l3thj
rjPN 3KETS FOR TJI E1 E N NY ? N D
A CONCERTS at the TRIPLER HALL.on WEDNES
DA Y, 23d insial JOLLIE'S;300 BROADWAY.
Publisher of the authorised edition of JENNY LIND'S
SONGS, with nil the compositions of JULES BENEDICT
and Signer BELLETTl. o.v 2?s"
BTAI.IAN OPERA HOUSE, ASTOR
JJ PLACE.?\\?DNESDAY EVENING, Oct. 33, will bo
performed the grand Opera of
DER FREYSCHUTZ, II. FRANCO ARCIERRO.
Agatha.Sig'ra P.ertucim | Auottu.Signoi inn I'utli
Max.SignorLorini I Casper....Sig. Benevenumo
/.uini il.Siguor Biondi
()'S GARDEN.? Doors open nr. G4
ommence ?t 71 o'clock.?Tickets 50 cents to all
pints of the Saloon?Private Boxes, 85.
Manager.Mr. JOHN SEFTON
THE WONDERFUL RAVEL FAMILY '
TUESDAY EVENING, Oct. 2-', the Pantomime of
LA FEI E i ll VMPETRE; Or.the Aged Daucers.
To conclude with the gorgeous Pantomime of tho
GREEN MONSTER.
New Dresses'
New Machinery!
SirH. Courtney..Mr. Barrett | Li
To conclude with tho Faro
ONE HUNDRED
Philip Gcibois..Mr, Davidge | L
Prie s of Admission: To Drei
Family Circle and Third Tier, 25
BURTON'S THEATER?Chambcrs-st.
rear of City Hall.?The nearest Theater to the largo
Hotels.?THIS E\ ENING, Oct. 22. will be presented
SECRETS WORTH KNOWING.
Nicholas Rue.....Mr. Burton | Rose Sydney. .Mrs. Skcrrctt
To conclude with the Comedietta of
TilE BOLD DRAGOONS,
Hmiilibal Fuzee,.Mr. Burton | Minnette.Mrs. Skerrett
Doors open at?>if? to begin 1\. Boxes, Dress Circle and
Parquet, 'si ejs j Family Circle, or Second Tier, 23 cts; Pri
vute Boxes,S3 and *??">; Cushioned Ann-chairs,75 cts,
{ Mil! 1STY'S OI'KKA HOUSE, M
V-'chanic's Hull, 472 Broadway, above Grand-sh?OPEN
EVERY NIGHT during the week, until further notice.
The original und well-known Christy's Minstrels, under
the management of E. P.CHRISTY, whose Concerts in
this city lor a succession id'four years. Iiave been received
with favor by highly respectable and fashionable audiences.
Tickets25cents. Doors open atM; commencont7J.
Afternoon Concert every Saturday, commencing at 1
P.M. ' o2l tNl*
1BELLOWS' ETHIOPIAN OPERA
TROUPE,AT THE OLYMPIC, between Howard
and Grund sts.on MONDAY. Oct. 14? Open every night?
t'util tin- completion of their New Hall?Comprising u
Company of
THIRTEEN PERFOftMERS,
Under the direction of J. B. FELLOWS ( oncertto con
ust of Sony's, Duel-, G.s, Quartettes, ChortlSSCS, Re?
gtrains, &C. Itc; Burlesques on Italian Opera, Dutch Drill,
Instrumental Solos and Ethiopian Dances, The whole by
the best performers in the world. Admission 25 cents.
Doors open at7; concert at 8 o'clock. Afternoon concert on
Wednesday and Saturday ui 3 P. .M. oi l tf
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