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SPECIAL NOTICES.
Bf" A Grand Temperance r'estivul, inc
?roadway Tabernacle, THIS EVENING.?I'einperoiico
jropic, w,'ike up, unit strike the blow, while your chant'
skin is in if'- ie-:d. Wm, C. Thorp, tiie reformed1 drunkard
tow Ohio, w ho Im? been an instrument in the hand of
frcvidtncc of dn ing up the tedVs 01 many thousands who
were worse o?' man widows, and of restoring many fond
anband? to the embrace of a loving family, Irom theiic
sed cup- will give a lecture on Temperance ihiseven
Also engaged, some of the best Temperance Singers
this ceuLtry, together with u Brass Baud of Misic.?
fickrls 25 cents, to be had ul the door?for the benu6tuf
?e drunkard's widow uud orphan. Doors open at 7; to
stimuieiice at 7J o'clock. nl It*
It Sonst of Te:iipernnre ? Notice.?A special
putting ol 1 !?? GRAND DIVISION Sous of Temperance,
Bate ol New-Volk, will be b;:id u the Hall of CascadiUa
pivi-ion, No. !r7, 8. of T, ut ITHACA, on WEDNESDAY,
jlov. 18, at 10 o'clock A.M. to Initiate representiuives, elect
spies* ntslives to N. D., receive reports of officers, and
Cur.xicl such other business as ihe interest of tin- Order de?
mands, und is allowed to be truesucted at special meetings
If the .Grand Divisiou. By order, l. h. LEWIS, G. S.
itomd, Tuesday, Oct. 23. nl 2t
IV? KciigioaH Notic?i?The Society of the New
J? m-nlem, w tio*ti;ive heretofore held their meetings ut the
lecture Room of tiie Sociei / Library, cornet of Broadway
snd Leonurd si. will hereafter conduct their worship in Hie
stone Church, Iu Eightb-n. recently occupied by the con
tregslion of Rev Dr Hawks. Prof! Bush will conduct the
Services every Sabbath morning, at Hie usual hour. 101
vclock; Rev. Solyman Brown tl.vening services, at M
o'clock. The public are respectfully invited lo attend; nl 2t"
IV French Lectures.?Rev. .Mr. Astie will deliver
THIS EVENING his third Lecture,ai .; o'clock, at tiie
Hope Chapel Subject: Corneille's Horaces and Poly
euete. Tickt ts 10 be had at <.. P. Putnam's, 165 Broadway;
Roe Lockwood Sc Son's,411 Broadway; E. Dupuy's, Pbar
faacicn, 009 Broadway. Price for one Lecture, 50 cents;
jkir the whole course, ?4, nl li*
! Tin- Lund Secured?Homes for ? Thou,
?and??The sixteenth regular meeting of the Industrial
Home Association ial.es place this (FRIDAY) eveuing, at
7J o'clock, at 127 Grand .-t. und those desirous of securing
pne-fuurtli of an ucr.' of land in i'- purchase, (which iu
three years will be a town, with 1,000 resident fa nliies,) can
then .to so. Mechanics and Woikingmeu. embriee the op?
portunity for your families' sake. In 11 lew weeks tt will
T i). Murray,
STEVE
I <"" A Meeting ol Ihe Carvers' Protective
?Union w ill be be,11 at Mechanics' Hall, ITJJ.Heaujr-sL on
FRIDAY, Nov. 1, at U o'clock P.M. PuucmaJ attendance
Is earnestly solicited. By Order of the Committee, nl it"
IV A Special mid iVIoutlily Irloctlnit of the Be
nevoleni "l'uine Kuno Association" will be held th.s
(FRIDAY) evening, at 8 o'clock, ut the Beacon Office, ,1
FntnkKu-square. Punctual attenduuee is desirable,
nl It* <;. \ ALE, Secretary.
t9" George W. Hurr, if alive, bos, in Sprin
Illinois, a daughter Lucy, who wishes to know Ins location.
Any person having a knowledge oi suid Burr will pleusu
.commuuicute the same to me. Paperia copying this will
confer a fuvor on one who will remember IbVfavof with
grutitude. [nl 2t| LUCY BURR.
IV Mercnntilc Library AsHOcint ion I,re tu res,
?The Annual course of Lectures before this Institution
will commence at Clinton Hull <;n Tuesday evening at 7}
?'clock, and w ill consist of ten Lectures.
Nov. 5?I Lecture. By E. P. Whipple, Esq. Boston.
Subject: '.'.Character."
Nov. 12?I Lecture. By Very Rev. James Ryder, D.D.
Georgetow n, D. C.
Nov. Ill?1 Lecture. Geo. H. Miles, Esq. Baltimore.
"Tbu Crisis and The Struggle."
Novt28?l'Leclure. J. S. Dwiciit, Esq. Boston. The
Opera, especially " Mozart's Dun Giovanni."
Dec. 3-1 [Lecture. Rev. John Loru, Medford, Mass.
" Gustavus Adolphtls."
Dec. 10?1 Lecture. Rev.JoilN lord, Medford. Mass.?
Dec. 17-1 Lecture. Gkoruk Vanoknhokk. "Sketch o'
the Life of It. U. Sheridan, with readings from bis Come?
dies." Readings from tin* pnucipnl scenes in the Rivals.
Dec. 24?I Lecture. george VaNDENHOFP. The same
continued; Readings of the principal scenes iu "The
School for Scandal."
Dec. 31?1 Lecture. Georoe Vandf.niioi'I'. The same
?oniinued. Reudings from the principal scenes in " C rt:c;
or li Tragedy Rehearsed." His Decline, Death?Brief re?
sume ol of Sheridan's merit s as a comic dramatist.
Jan. 7?1 Lecture. Rev. E. H. Ciiapin, New-York : Sub
Jeci: "The Man of Ihe World."
? Tickets of udmission to the Course, lady and gentleman,
$3; single ticket to the Course, 82; single ad mission, .00
rents. To be had ul the desk of the Libniry. anil ihe prin?
cipal bookstores. GEO, PECKHAM, Cor. Secreuiry.
023 eudtf
Public meeting of the Netv-Yorh Print*
eis' Uulou.?A public meeting of the New-York Print?
ers' Union will be held at Tammany Hall, on SATURDAY
EVENING, Nov. 2, ut 7 o'clock, for the purpose of laving
before the traue Ihe transactions of suit] Union up to the
&n,r?^
New-York and vicinity, are respcctftillv Invited to intend.
The meeting will be addressed by Horace Greelev, Pe?
ter MrcDonald, und min rs.
By order of the Union, THOS, R, GLEN.
oj| 3t Chairuitui of the Committee of Arrangements.
CV Wilts tmil Toupees.?BATCHELOR'S cele
bi-ateo u iu FACTORY Is at 4 Widl-sL where at_all Urne?
Can be foiind'tltelargest assortment in the city. Strangers
and citizens should call and lodge for themselves before pur
chasing elsewhere. BATCHELGR'S newlysiuvented
WIGS obtained u silver medal at the Fair ol the American
lusiiltiie. Copy tin-uddre.-s. my 15MWitFtf
l<> Notice to Navigator?.?CUSTOM HOI 3E,
NEW-YORK?Collector's Office, Ocioher23, 1850.?
The Cth section ol an act ol Gougiess, approved 28lh Sep?
tember, iR/iO, eutltled "An Act making appropiiatioiis tor
Light Houses, Light Boats, Buoys." Stc. provides?
?? Thai hereafter all buoys along the coast, or 111 bays, har?
bors, sounds or channels, shall be colored und numbered,
so that pa-sing up the cousi or sound, or entering the bay,
harbor or channel, red buoys with, etwa numbers shall bo
passed on the ifrtrooard hand; black buoys With uneven nutn
bctson the oor( linnd, and buoys with red and bleiek stripes
omg
I lu r.-i.y Ki^v nonce that tne provisions of ih
Law w ill be curried Into eStttj ftlld Uie clunif;,
therein mini, in the arrangement oftho bUOJB ill llie waters
of this Diiirict. on or about Ihe 1st of Mav, 1851,
o252aw3m H. MAXWELL, Collector,
ry Dr. l.uifiier'si Ear Infirmary, 2J Warren
?j 1. near Broadway, open from 8 nil 2, f<r tiie exclusive
treatment of ear diseases, deaiheSS, discbarges from the
ear, und all Dnpleosanl noises in the bead cured In a short
lime, without risk or pain. Consultation fee. $1, by letter
or otherwise. L'upaid letters refused, sl9 2nu)?tN2 4tW
I? (irnnd Temple of Honor. Smie "!' New
York.?An adjourned session of the Grund Teniplewill
beheld on FRIDAY EVKNIN'G, Nov. I, at the Hall 187
Bowery, ul l\ o'clock Representatives are requested to
be punctual In their attendance. Rv order,
oSI 2t? REUBEN C. BULL, G. W. It.
Pt" Dr. Banning, having perfected his Body Braces,
Spinal Supports, und Herniol Trusses, has returued tu Sil
Broadway, for tie management of female spinal, digest?
ive, ner*ous, pulmonary and vocal durangemontg. Physi?
cians and dealers are Invited to examine Ins inventions "
o31 tf
New-York Floating Dry Dock Ca |
October 29lh. law. j
W A Dividend of 5 Per t ent, husbeende
from the Earnings < f the Dock, for the s.x mouths ending
Nov. 1st, payable to the Stockholders on and ulier the'Kn
<?v of Nov. next.
the Transfer Hooks w ill bo closed from the 1st to 10th
?f Nov. By onier of the Hoard
o?iN9' ' H. V. MASON, Secretary.
POLITICAL NOTICES.
tV l-'irM W an! Kegulnr \\ Iiis Noininationa.
-forMen.bcr 0J Jttembty?GEORGE W. ELMER.
w -4?itfa/if .4<aVsMn?CURTIS J UDSON.
rot Xttettors? IRA PROWN, JOHN I. MESSENGER.
v ,-T,n(w!!'v'''Vs~ilK-SRV CARPENTER, MICHAEL
Biel ('R.M1CK. ?
M&m JAMKON^ PtMkSehooU-JOli S B, W HITE.
Nnc' l*??t*m' "J li"b!ic School*?J. PHILLIPS PHUc:
ForTruttteof Public School*?JAM ES GRIFFIN
,,. . ,.. ton inspectors of election.
Mcil Ihstnct? Isaac H. Orafft, Daniel Murphy.
ZZyf'tolrict?Vvivr R. Van Houten, Win. Flagg.
iMtra ihtlrvt?John Thompson, Jr., Robert A. Graham.
tjtipeeond Wnnl.-tluTNatiomd Whigs of the Se
tZ. ward ar?jreqae#ted to meet ?: Qanter's Hotel. 147
fiten-st. on SATURDAY EVENING. Nov. 2. at 7J
J?wck, tgh sr ihe report of ti.e REGULAR Democratic
"?ig Nominadng Committee for Charter Officers.
, Gt'RDON ROBIIINS, Jr. Cb*a jfCssa
POLITICAL ITOTICES.
Gr? Third Ward.?REGULAR NATIONAL WHIG
NOMINATIONS-UhM Commiuee elected Iry-the
clliJti ns of this Ward, a! a Pull held ai ja Warren-sL by
direction of the Whig Wan! Committee, on MONDAY
the Zlat inn. now present to tinir fellow citizens the fol
Ipwing Ticket for tlieir rapnort ai the criming Election
For AltUrmnn? OSCAR W. STURTEVANT.
For Assistant Atdermim?HAM DEL P.. MABKATT
BAUiT^aULANK^1^'' "ASSKrT AKCni
?HAMBLiN'to*'"~AL"BEW N1SBET Bnd JOll>{
top. inspectors Of ei.ectov.
Ptrit DM? t....Lewis Teal, Henry S Dunning.
?<TwdX)ttfrict...Drmiel Bowley, George W, Pa'rner.
T*f?d DUtrkt-Wm. L. Sharrilow, T. Spencer Kirby
Fnutth District.. .Tboa, Outwater, A oner Taylor
For s,h,-: Oommittienrr?'V. SPENCER KIRBY.
bur Ihtptctoroj Common School*? ALANSONS JONES
For Trustee o/ Common Schools?(jEO. W. TU YCHER."
? . MOSES A- HOPPOCK, Chairman,
_1 ? St'ENOdi htRgy, Secretary. oS1 ji?
lt' Fourth Wan! Whig Nomination*.
tor A'stmlily ?CHARLES A DANA
For A<tt Alderman?JAMES McALISTER.
For A'semon?J AM ES HUDSON, JAS. (i BURNS
For Constable*?DAVID BLAIR, JAS DECKER.
For School Commissioners?THOMAS II. BURNS, THO?
MAS MEANS,
For School Trustees- HENRY TOPPING. RA!,I'll
HALL.
F<n- School Inspector*?EDWARD W. OSBORN, ALEX?
ANDER W. SMITH.
inspectors of election.
First District? Habt P Simpson, Sarai. McCrasen.
Second District? Emanuel Lifiter, John Carter.
Word District?Joseph Torrens, George W. liennetL
FovrtJi District? Henry Williams. John Edwards.
ROBERT P. SIMPSON, Chairman
J, H; MoSEMAN. Sec'y. [oll 5t* J Ward Nom'g Com.
IT' Fifth Ward Regular Democratic Whig
Nominations.
Foi Assembly-ABIIAM WAKEMAN.
JOHN L. BROWER. Obairmon Nominating Committee.
J. H. Robert Wa'rd, Secretary.
For Atsislnrt Aider? ?rn?JOHN BOVCE.
Km .iMr*?o/>-WILLIAM SCOTT, CHARLES Mc
GGWAN.
K?r Constable*?JOSEPH JENKINS, CHARLES F.
WATTS.
for inspectors of election.
FVrst Dittricl?John McKiminin, Alden J. Hale.
Swclnd District?W. C. Scott, Peter Moo ).
!v' Einlttli Ward ItejKiilar U'hi?.Nominations.
?Kor Conijrt**?GEORGE BRIGGS.
Kor Assembly? WYLLIS BLACKSTONE.
Kor .4ssi?fuv, r Alderman?I AM ES WEBB.
For ./?>.,s?cs-TH EO. KELLEY, WM. McCLELLAN.
For Constables?WM. B.JONES, JOSEPH C. DIVINE.
Kor ,sVW Commissioner - JAM KS W. BEEKMAN.
For Trustee?WILLIAM BLOOMFIELD.
For JiixWer-JONATIIAN W. ALLEN.
M. MURRAY. Chairman.
VC tilth th W
Eighth \\ aid (held
at 7:1 McDoura|.?t.
L. D. I
Thcrol
Commili
LACKSTONE
,MES KOWLER.
AMES BEEKMAN.
I G. MOFFET.
IEW r.Y
. STEELE atal 0. E. UJ
i.NES and-DEVI NE.
tj? Ninth Wtml UM? Comaiittcc?Atn meet?
ing if the Nhtlb Ward Whig Ward Committee, held at the
Not them Exchange, P.leecker-st. oa Tuesduy evening, Oc.
tuber 28th, 1850, in pursuance of previous notice, the niton,
tion ofthe Committee was directed to a communication or
advertisement in die 7Vftnh?orOct; 29th, 1850, emanating
Irom a self-styled Committee, and purporting to express the
wishes ofthe Whig Electors of the Ninth Ward. Deeming
sary ami proper, lor me saac oi disami
of any false impressions such udvertis
ati dj to induce harmony und unanimity
out which we are powerless, toensun
press a spirit ol opposition in a lew
regular nominnllons, the Committee
on this subjecl in tlic following Resolu
Resolved, That the Ninth Ward Wni
regularly organized and recognized h\
C< inndttee of the City of New-York,
Ward tb disregard the proceedings o
ticket was claimed to be nominated :
For Assistant Alderman?Charles Ci
For .Itsetsori?Roben Peterson. Oli'
I'oi Constables?Benjamin I). Wlsnoi
as not bring legally culled by any tml
mlttee or the General Committee; ?s in
ing the sense of the Whigs of the Wan
few men whom, though wo say it will
characterize us other than tlisor/jailizt
mittec; Ihe Committee which nominated the following tic?
ket, v. ere dill v and legally elected bv a majority of.501 \ otes:
For Assembly? HENRY J RAYMOND. '
For Assistant Alderman?JOHN McLEAN.
For Aist*?or*?WALTER S. CUNNINGHAM, GEO.
SPR1N?STEIN.
For C njtoWcs?BENJAMIN D. WISNEU, PHILIP
FARIUNGTON,
ftiC Scn?Sf Commissioner-?DM?ND lUTUlV.
Trustee-SAMUEL VV. CRONK.
Inspector?'CHARLES C. LEIGH.
Revived. That the comparatively small vote polled at too
primary election by tho unsuccessful ticket, and the oll-ini
portant fact, that thosodefeaied submitted wi?iouta pr .tost
to the reception ofthe Delegates by ii- deemed elected, in
Mayoralty, Judicial and Congressional Conventions, where
alone the legality of tho elected could be tested, are con?
vincing proofs to thi< Committee of the election ol them i
joritv ticket, and urge us to recommend all the Whigs ol
the Ward to support the last named nominations.
Resolved, That this Committee cannot too earnestly urge
the propriety and necessity of recognising regular nomina?
tions as ail-iinportaiit. tun! vital to the well being and suc?
cess of the Whig party. If there he any illegality in prima?
ry elections, which cannot be entirely prevented, the parties
unsuccesstul arc equally parrJcl pants', mid cannot justly cen
EUtethe parties fticc? ism] for u defeal by their own weap?
ons. Abandon Regular nominations and the Whig Parry
is li-f! a prey to dissentions und discord, und an easy victory
to the common enemy.
RistheJ. That our candidate for Congress, Hon. George
BHggs, and H on. Henry J. Raymond for Assemhlv, by their
arduous and well-tried service., as our representatives hoie
tofore, merit and will receive our warm and cordial siipporL
Resolved, That In John McLean, Esq. the candidate for
Assistant Alderman, we rt cognize a faittiful and consistent
Whig, mi old und rcspecied ciuzun ofthe Ninth Ward,
iiit i lined for main years wlib the erowtn and prosperity of
the Ward, whose only aim, if elected, will be to advocate
Whig principles and'ihe general Interests of his coustitu
enis; he will receive our hearty support.
Rewired, Titut the candidate's i",.r Assessors, for Consta?
bles, fur School Commissioner, Trustee and Inspector, ore
tin n m whom we have entire confidence, aud lhat to this
whole lickei we pledge our undivided support.
WALTER S. CUNNINGHAM, Chairman of
E. M.-FaKRINGTON, I a , WardConiinil.ee.
J.W.Meau. jS'MtHmes._^ u*
II? Ninth Ward.?The Democratic Whig Electors
oi ibis Wind will meei at the Rllecker-st House, 275 Bleeck
er-st. oh FRIDAY EVENING. Nov. l, at 71 o'clock, to ?'?
sp< nd toil ie nominations marie by oar Nominating C imralt
t<e. re, ularly elected al the Primary Election, held Oct. 21,
Ils50. We hope every true Whig wiil be present, and siiow
the few di.satisf I'd" otTce-sceRers, who would govern the
it'iiny, that we will maintain und stund by Ihe regular nomi?
nations ut Ihe coming contest. Bv order.
WALTER S. CUNNINGHAM. Chairman
E. M. Farkinc.ton, 1 c Ward Co nmluee.
J. W. Mead. {Secretaries. ni u.
IW Ninth Ward I(c?ular Whi? Nomination*.
For Assembly?HENRY J. RAYMOND.
For Assir.'nnt Aldrmnn?CH AP. L'ES CRANE.
For /lstmctrs?ROBERT PETERSON and OLIVER T
WAR DELL.
For School Comnnssv ?er ?BENJAMIN F CURTIS.
tar " Trustee? GEORGE P. NELSON
For - J.-?.'/'irter-CHARi,ES<C B-LXTON. ?131*
POLITICAL NOTICES.
?? Tenth Ward Democratic Whig Itatifiea
ti?n .Merlins.-The \t bis Electors -,f ihn Ward are
requisite I- meet a: U.v EASTERN EMBLEM. 271 Gr-ind
?t. between Forsytfa and Eldridge, on SATURDAY EVEN?
ING, Not. 2, at 7i o'clock, tor the purpose of responding to
State, Congressional, Countv and Ward nominations.
David Graham, James S. Ti.ayer, and Welcome R Bee
be, Esq.. are expected to address 'he meeting.
By order o! llie Ward Commitlee.
JAS. H. ? IN K NE'. V, Chairman.
Edward A Fra?er {Secretaries, it *>?
i Mueeuth Ward.-REGULAR WILIG NOM?
INATIONS.
for Mimbtroj .lmmt/y?GEORGE CLARK.
For Amttant Alderman?HENRY B. BOLSTER.
For Attettort-JOBH THOMPSON and Ji'HN Mc
INTYRE.
For Constable,-CORNELIUS R. CHICHESTER a_id
WILLIAM CHAPMAN.
Bar)
T)
Ft
Fi
W. Hocckinson, Secretary. ul 4t
? '?> Seventeenth vTard Ratification Meeting.
?'J'lie Whig Electors of tins Wan] are requested to attend
a mcethjg-at the HENRY CLAY HOUSE, Corner of avenue
A and First-st. on FRIDAY EVENING, 1st inst at 7*
o'clock, for the purpose ofheariug the report of the Conven?
tion* elected to nominate Charter and School officers, raem
CHARJjES G. DEAN, Chairman Ward Corn.
W. K. 'If; CHMMSN, Secretary. ol It*
FiKhtcrntlt VVnril?Ratification Meetins,
?The VV big Electors of the Eighteenth Ward are invited to
assemble at their Headquarters, BULL'S HEAD HOTEL,
co-tier of Third-avenue and Twenty-fourth-ct. on FRIDAY
EVENING, Nov. i, I8S0, at 3 o'clock, for the purpose of re?
ceiving the report of Delegates to the several Conventions,
and to respond to ibe nominations made by them of Charter
und School officers, and also a member of'Assembly for me
XVI th District.
Ac.n-M-s mavbeevpertedfnm Hon. JAM ES BROOKS.
Gen MATHER, and JESSE W. BENEDICT, Esq..
By order of die Eighteenth .Ward Exe?iriveC?mbiittee.
JOHN d, RUSS. Chairman.
Oscar F. Benjamin, Secretary. evil 2t*
The Eighteenth Ward Assembly Conven?
tion met al Buirs Head Hotel on Saiurdav evening, Oct. Ji,
I8*>. On motion. Benjamin Hacker. Esq. was coiled to the
e Fugitive Slave b'll,
I am respectfully
IEO. W. BLUNT, '
WANT PLACES.
A8J
S General I Iousemaids, liy two young
- Women: either one is competent to Cook. Wash and
! tor a private family; both can give good reference.
Jy tit 17U VVooster-SL iu the rear. Can be seen for two
I- , nl If
As?f ?? S
> (I muy spply after!' A
Twenty-faith and Tu en
ASWAITER,b;
-f-?in a private Ijmlly,
( an si ens Spanish, Po
Twelfth-SL his last plac
a w eek.
VS ( 'ook, VV
Chambermuid, by
ply at 772 Broadway, ci
plover's.
AS Cook, Wusherand [roner, in a jiri
S (
A1
A S Housekeeper or Matron, in City
or Country, by at: experienced American Lady, fully
competent to superintend Household affairs. She must re?
tain a daughter, ami consequently would be current with
moderate c< mpensation. Tin- best of references given and
required. Inquire of Rev. W. r. Gordon, !2y Amity-sL
u2u Iw*
WANTED, SITUATIONS foranum
? " ber of excellent GIRLS u';J CHILDREN, reo inly
arrived, free from city habits and iLssoci.itions, und w.llmg
to work for moderate wages. Application to Ira made at
the office of Commissioners of Emlgratioa, In the i'uxk. No
CMnl'?n ?min? ? I.III Ii? i ?hii>- mimimiMlll HrT-"'.--^!?
J 11ST on the 30th instant, a LEATHER
Ringst. Any'person finding said trunk, will be liberally
rewarded on returning it to 01 Kiug-st. nl ltT
f:
,000 BRI< !KS, contain
up-town, and considerable LI.'M
1 ER, in the si ape of Factory But! tag*, the -.vno.e pj
tecent construction, and to be removed forthwith. Apply
at 11 Jacob-st. (in tue swj.np.)_ ::1 -"'
]\T?TICE.?The Jewelers of Broadway
i 1 having BgTeed some tilge ?ince to close their Stores 'it
'. o'clock, and the subscriber toi ring tried it sufficiently iontr
lo satisfy himself that it isu- ithei convenient fur his custom?
ers or profitable to himself, hereby gives notice that from
this date his Mori' will be kept open such hours as .will suit
the public and himself; therefore tlioje who are v.aitiugso
anxiously for some one to break thronet the agreement now
bave Iben* wishes gratified. JAS. W. FAULKNER.
B[ ;t? SB Broadway.
ACARD TO THE LADIES.?The
subscriber, having tested thorough!r the beauty and
exactness of S. T. Taylor's system of cutting sad titling li?
nks' dresse?. mid the facility w ith which every lady can be
taught to fit ber own dresses iu a few boars, would thus
offer tbero the opportunity of learning the system on very
moderate t rms! at her rooms, S8S Broadway. Persons cur.
prove ibe correctness of the svstem beyond a doubt, by
having a lining fitted by it. |mot*| MRS. K1DDER.
W crawjTlx'K's upholsterv
1 I . HOUSE and SHIP-FURNISHING WARE
ROOMS, 358 GKAND-ST. N.Y. where will be found a
complete assortment of Feathers. Hair, Moss and Hu?X:_
al-u. Beds. Mattresses and Cushions! also, de.ist.-ud? ?I
every- description, viz : patent Screw, Iron Joint, Lock
Joint. Iron Screw, Cottage and Trundle. Cots, ate ; also,
a splendid variety of Window Shades. Paper Hangings,
Border?, ac. Mr. C. would call particular r-ttennon to bis
new ?nie, of Hair and Spring Mattresses. N.B.?Old Be is
andiMifrts es Kt u<>vui' ?! ar.<l made over equal to oew by
nl Tm " ' W CBAWBUCK. 358 Grsnd-9t
WANTED.
ri. pir.c.ciii ?i mi iu| urtm": and h bb ng Drv I looda House.
Altjt, ci?;-prtwfj compel- nt salesmen for our general busi
ressvand who arc nrooaiuterf wth rir\- ami adiairent buyers
to HASTINGS, i.lBBEY it FORBY,
PARTNER \VANTED~Iriamanufac".
nirinrrftsin) -? that win pav > 1,000 per year let profit
to a Irifinesg rr.nn that will tend to the out door business.
This i? a fpou opportunity for a safe investment None
r'?*?<; ? ;?!'!* t.t;.-?:: v have a cash capital of from 1 to
W ; ospthtry wish to loan the money on good security,
ore-ihird Of the ? ??: profits will he :i-.vn for its use. For
further fafiruiars address GHE LSEA, at this office, nl 3t*
1R?j, for services in the
and lost fortaxes. Ar
Nassau-fit. Mew-York.
pRFSSMAN.
A Pr< --man. at BAK
Grace, Tribune Buildm
Rn
A G
P
Hani
AGopD BflY
is obedient to
Inquire at36 Park-II
"WANTED
* * to Ornament
China, Cuss, or VVii
will be ?ben to goo.
o3l St*
, nermanent struatic
LNELIUS Je CO.
Philadelphia.
1 k
rpii CAPITALIS1
A TEEN THOCSAND I)(
first-clnss fire-proof Brick Bui
Francisco. Building will rentl
From twelve to Fifteen per cet
dress F.-tt.Tribune office.
I't'ANTED?A si
? f of & thr'*"' ''on' mn*, !???" a ^<*n!ni?n
ply at ? Blfcluy-sL
^4NTED?An enterprisii
can invest from 8200 to $300, as a |
eling exhibition, which will pav very larc?
firesCa?in. It is very light and easy, and I
would like to travel ami make money, the
one. Address, post paid, " Enterprize,"
tiro, fJuatbam-square, N. Y. for four days.
?'IK
jo man wno
rANTEp.?A
of acc, wishes a si
cr commission he
lifts the best testimonials as to
habits, and would be willing to <
Hitenuon in llie interest of his t
Tribune Office.
WANTED-Twoor
? * ican or German "i oung .?
Rubbei Mills. Apply at the Offic
ber Co. lit Nassau-st.
Mi
three si
b of?tiZvi
??'A NT F.D.?F
that are acquaint
Embroidery trade. Also
at PETER" ROBERTS';
T ?CRATT
A-sto Ladies and
light and genteel fa
Considerable emoli
ed. Apply, person
al Mr. ROSE'S, 41
lor teaching. 85.
SALES
LOYMENT?
lyAKTKD.?KM) AGENTS fo soil an
v T improved edition of Wells's Lawyer and U S. Form
Book. This is the most valuable Form Book ever pub
lished : 300 pages io strong binding. Price reduced Irom
? I, to tSJrfa. Our agents are making from $1,000 lo 33,000
per amitnn. |o28t>t'| WELLS it CO. 99 Nassau-st
ryo HAMMERSMITHS?Wanted, a
J good TII.TER. Apply at the New-York Caststeel
Works, foot of Twenty-.oarlh-st. East River, New. York.
DRY f.OODS.
f AC KS. FRINGES
* ^Blaciand colored MOHAIR 1
Biack ami colored Fringes and <i
Assorted colored Algeruie Breidt
For sale in lots to sultpurcl isers
HENRY
oll Imeod* >4 P?li
\HY goods ar WH<
'CASH?McllARO Si RICH,
invite the attention of cash buyers t
consisting of Cloths, Cu imeres
Prints, White Goods, Bleached Shi
Ticks, in fact every article needed
they will sell in lots to suit purcl
cash.
R AIDS.?
,G LACES.
'or
rtv-st.
ii IDS,
nings,
which
ts lor
ryo CLOTHIERS.?English Diagonal
A und French COTTON A DES.
FRENCH LINEN DRILLS.
HAIR CORD i NION COATINGS.
Every new and desirable style lor Spring trade, just re
ceived by
ojfflwjf" HUNT, DANIELS Sl CO.
^ I i F. PHT?RI5rS MAUD?Or G E vrr. E -
KJMEN'S SHAWL.?This ?rtic!.- ih med In Scotland; r.ir
protection against nun and cold, as a promenade garment
In England und this country it is becomrngexteusirely used
for the same purpose, us well as In carriages, railroad cat s
ami steamboats. As a bed-blanket, in traveling, nothing
can exceed it for comfort A full assortment from the Bay
State Mills, for sale by WM. T. JENNINGS * CO. Zti
Broadway. New-York; wholesale and rctuil dealers in |
readv-made Clothing. o.T if t
F1
JL H
IRENCH MERINOS, CASHMERES
and MUSLIN DE LA IN ES, PRINTED DE
LAINES, WOOL LONG SHAWLS, in the greatest vu- j
riety, and at Ihe lowest prices in 'he city, for sa'e by
o24 lOtis? BOOTH & TUTTLE. 82 CEDAR-ST. ,:
tRY (JOODS.?M.
at of Ladies', fieri!
GOODS to be found in dicriiv.
o-6 lui* 3i3
D
GO?1
o26
p?LICO 1
^Lappingand SI
Blankets, Roller, Cl
u.yll
rt
'RINTERS' BLANKE
LEACHED GOODS.?1,200 cases,
comprising everv width and quality, for sale by
NESM1TH .t CO. 50 and 52 Pine-st
DROWN SHEETIN
sale low by fniy 111 C B
T~? ROWN COTTONJ
IHEDSHIRT
iriced. at 3 to 6 cents,
PRINTS.
rpHREE-F< >UR Bl
for sale hy'~ [myU | ' C.
I>LANK ETS.?150
?*\ro, Family and Berth Bh
c? NESMIT
Civil_C. B. Li. BARON. > P.ne-st.
Bl^e^EI,^^
I^lannkls^l^'ialo-.-a,!.-. U ;air,
KENTUCK Y J F.A NS.?50 cases mixed,
?(break- by |o?| NESMITH li CO.5n and jZ Pice-sv. j
i?] ntin*?.-THl ?I AS K. STJTTi IN.
Na.->
Heat
iRp ERLNTEB, I!-' Fulton-st between
oaSwav. prints Curds. Circulars. B!U
ding. Checks. Receipts, Ball Pickets,
g und Handbills, kc. Sec. printed with
ch, at low prices, for cash, by
SCTTON, tU Fulton-st.
TVEW-YORK LAUNDRY, 15 Sprace
1^ street, near Nassau.?To New Smrt Dealers, Single
Gentlemen, Families, Ac.?This is one of the most, peri ct
and extensive e.-iuiihsfcinents of the kind in tlus or any oil *x
couritiv. It has been erected at an expense of about ftiur
thousand dollars, and combines the following advan'ages:
1st?Persons leaving the citv in haste can have their
clothes washed and ironed in a superior muntitrin from '.wo
to three hours time.
2d? No material is used in the washing department but
pure olive oil soap and f.itered Crotou water, hence clothes
are not destroyed bv pa:em soups, or other humbugs so ex
tcnsjvely advertised in the newspapers.
ad?Crentlenerfs shirts are done up equal to new shirt*
on sale; geutlemen's collars ironed in Troy aivb-; right
colored vests and pantaloons eiettantly ironed and polished.
4ih?C'oihes lost or missed (which seidom or ne7er hap?
pens) will be promptly paid for.
Clothes washed at this estab?shment will wear much
longer, smipiy because they are not only bandied with greai
care, hut no injurious drug* so generally used in washing, is
permitted to come near them.
6;h_Ladies' dresses, and ill fine articles, are done np by
an esperierced French Laundress.
Clothes taken and delivered free of extra charge. Ink
ipcts and stains eflectua?v removed.
All orders left at the Orfice. 15 Spruce-?t. or sent through
the Penny Post, wvil receive prompt attention.
MADAM E RA Y.MOND, Superintendent.
P.S.?Experienced hands are employed to ircD new
hiru. *a" 3mia
BOARDING.
IVA.
?
70ARI) WANTE
|?< lARDING,
17 ( H >M : : LE
JA TEA ? A ?
IATHING-R0OM,
nl lt*
iKFASTand
.si:li breakfast a.-id
"PURNISHED ROOMS.?To LET, in
??- a private family, a parlor ami bed-room, (communica
t::i?.) on the second floor. with BREAKFAST and TEA,
and diuner on Sunday. Meals serveil in the rooms. An
additional bed-room on the same tloor can be had if re?
quired, rendering it a very desirable opportunity for two
single gentlemen. References exchanged. Apply on the
premises, 3VJ Fourth-ov. a few doors above Calvary Church.
ANTED, tut. or three ROOMS, and
front or back basement, by an unmarried profession
. -V.r:.>::??.! ?r -it.! ir-nsbed! ??::-.? or without BOARD.
A VERY IM. HAS A NT V
?tJC'ED KR?NT PARLOR, on the si
Duane Park, -til lludsoti-st. lo let. with
B"l)~\Rb in w 11. i; IA M i
gentleman and his wife, and one
men. can be accommodated with pleas
VATK FAMILY, at 56 First-st. nne mi
Peck-slip Ferry. Bents pin every rive
B
OAK I) WA NT]
of three
Broadwti'
gOARDING.?A
a PR IVA fk FAMILY, at I
B
0 ARD IN G
of Broadway, but convenient to the stages. Addr?
(postpaid) Mr. Kernel's bookstore,633 Broadway.
I > A Ml LI ES ?rliii ate gentlemen *
-* permanent BOARD and HANDSOME Roo
good.occommodutious, will find the same byappl
mediately at ?4 Twenty-third-st. cast of Fotirth-i
house is new and delightfully situated, and will b(
\V. S.
ai a*
? sm'.ac!!
WANTED?For
a Graduate ol College, ol red
Vocal Music. Drawing or Fr
Broadway, or call at 2J P. M.u
BURNISHED R<
-SL single gentlemen. Sfin.l
The rooms are on the second t!
tacbed. Terms moderate, Ann
GENTLEMAN
A (i
?L * single genii
NISHED ROOM
plying Rt II West
nnwouri
>< >.\
* for (
Site
rtttu
> the
abl
B
(?ARD
DK* m >M.
t !!:
one or iwo sim
rooms on second
ers, in n delightf
from either ferry,
ence required, f
Post-Office, N.Y.
mrd
valk
ifer
r,73Q
>OARD WANTED.?A Student de
JLj? sires a Home during u Co
which nntion in one of ihe bestji stll .'
will be given uuritig the sonie period,
more lads in one of ihe best private s
Instruction in Vocal or Instrumental
lacum Battaractory reference given
dress, through o? US. Pum-o*.?-. d.
W. P OLM AN. K'" u.'-ay, N. v.
B
oaKDI.M
\
-o of study, for
ns for young ladies
ir tuition lo one or
onls in New-York.
It:sto on lim miinu
ind required. Ad
. Oi ?srfi off HAS.
_old !??*'
n it!!'! his wife
v room, wuh be.l
Eo
IT" I' K N 1S Fi KI) APARTMENT
HOI SE WANTED.?A profi ssiooal gentlemai
u niiall family, is desirous to obtain for the Winter e
turnisbed house or handsome apartments, with or w
BOARD. Broadway, between Bli.ker and Ten
would be preferred, Address Post-Office, box 2,3 I, i
1
KO(
or
vith
lor
B
oa KD IN sol
!'i a House with ever
)OKLYN?
provement plea
1. Iniiinre at 54
;>< l ARD?T
-9 men can be act
thre
FAST ami TKA. In a private foml
lion in South Brooklyn. Address
1300MS to LET, wi
BREAK
isant ioca
B. 026 1 w*
indem im
?st. Refer
oJI 2W*
RS
on a STAGE
required. Appi
enih-av.
TO LET, WITH BOARD,
at thd N. E. cor. of Thirteenth-st, and Sev
o9 im'
DOOMS TO LET,
i V able for GENTLEMEN
OLE GENTLEMEN, at 145 1
Park. Reference exchanged.
30A RD, smt
ir WIVES, or SIN
upposith St. J ?hn's
oll Im'
r 1 'i
the pi
UOli'g
corct
C' mi
I ers.i
foilov
our i
ioric-;iri in
VN't) S( OCR
themselvesag
umittee of the
bemselves and
heir manner of
) lar as we are
written to the
ieir own mem
hieb we -hill
air in proof of
Oct. 21, 18.30.
I last night, after
most positive and
your award Mr.
ines, Now, gen
ir and are Wifling
i upon their own
of iicy metal iaa
ao less a person
Ir Report
i I Oen Harvey,
told us that your
rilh 'heir Report,
somewhere, and we
your hands, or we
- to the public for
-for justice is all that
4 that w e I rive determined to
mt> e t ither one way or the olrt-r. Our Machines have now
been tested in place of almost every metal machine in use
La. e been enl sti'uted and preferred in place of Mr. Smith's
at several diSlrent places, and have orders now for two'in
place of his machines, abundant evidence of which we
? ?'.ted to the Committee and General Harvey, and
alto offered to take them to two places in this city and
New-York where they have used both machines and
give ours the preference, where they could see and
examine their operatiorr personally for their'selves. and we
defy Mr. Smith to produce a single instance where his has |
been substituted in place of, our unproved machines. Ne'
withstanding ail this you choose to award him ihe first pr j
mium. If 5 ou call tliis awarding to justice and merit, we '
confess it is an entirely new way of showing it, to mti
It-art, and we respectfully submit to you the propriety ot
changing your decision In this nutter previous 10 having the
premium list published. We have spent a great zealot
time end money in gelling this up. andki
sr d cannot be neat, and the public will
opinion notwithstanding the decision c
?a 1.1
Smith Ihe Brst ; remlum on
Lernen, we placed our Mac
chine ever biulr.nnd we ore informed
than one of the Examining Coimriitt?
rendered In favor ol our Machine
r,w. ??t your ow n Committee, expree?
mi tlon would bi strictly t'naccordant:
Now there is some inconsistency here
resr-eclfnUy solicit an t-xplamaicn at
-i. l] I e iiritler the necessity of appenli
* it to ifeiiv
<0 l>e good
us in this
instiuitie'i
'e Isavtt written this in n ?pirit of candor t
't or advice of one m'-. our own Comminee,
will do us justice and nothing more
T. HARRIS k SONS.
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Jean Pierre Berranger. With aiwnrt'
1 New Literary Prl? > in France.
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Religious Sects and Sod uftm in Russia,
i Miss W? ber and tor u i lugs.
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I I'r. Latham on liie Aborigines of America.
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j Serpent Cbsrminc.
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N. w Pm oistiv Taylor Stoddard.
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