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, ?-.u .. nl||Y thI>DN> [9 PUBLISHED ?Bfc NKW tOf.n. D*li<? iKi-L XL. >a r EVE?? MOBNIH?, laUHDATS e?XCi4 K.?,J -. ? ntll oi?M.s. COaftEB ...? tPRl'Cli *KI> HA?. jiC-sTKErrS. f)pi"'SlTP. THK CITY "At-L. ?j ^. Wwrea to Ctf. ?U'- nb?r? lor Iii t-VS Or.t? frff ? ?r *h>-B they pren r. tbej ca>. pay io sdvance ?.t we S,':r.;or?'a months or a J? W ?ame s?n*le ES* Two Cent* Mail Subscribers, Ktva Dollars pet f^ow, in advance ?ubwripaon. ?um fpi ?x month* tt all ?tebacees ?'"?' Cuun?rj Newspaper* Dai.y Ca^nreeetred at this whose terms ur? higher ttt* Asse of The Tnhuiie !M sol aifowed iny difsrenee. TKK 8fC5U-WEBKJL.V TRIIiL'NB wbiialJd ??WJ Weduetd?y <uA laturfo]/ morning. ?Jjel?tarinim?. Two copies for ?S Ten for$20. * i?.>mWi>"nts Cent? a line eecb rns".r;.';s _ SPECIAL NOTICES. ~jfy- To lb* Public?AI 8 m< eiing of the Dry Goo Is Meichatds of the city of Brooklyn, on the evening of.lbe iH'u Instant, Iii? fdl owing Pr- arable and Resolutions were UBBMBJOn?I.V adopted : Whttetu. Various attempts have been made at different want of unanimity ?nd cooperation, therefore? Ktmlvtd, 1 hat tbia meeting recognizing too lactj mal tue evils resuitini' from long confinement and protracted appli? cation to business, are treat and unflriesuooeble,deems it expedient lo enter into an arrant men thy which tnese evils niav be icrnedied. _ ... . . Ktutttd. That while we believe the I ublic rnieni aua their arrangements so a> to ? nuble. irodesmen to close tnelr ?ro..-K at seven o'clock on ev< ry evening, still we reel that ibis change can only be brought about by gradual und pro? pren..-. e steps Httolftd That in order to commence a permanent ar? rangement of the early closing movement, tn.s meeting pledges itself to adopt the following plan ol operation, viz: That ?.n Monday, the second diy ol Decemb) r at, l te geUll Dry Ooods Stores of'Brooklyn ?.?; closed at seven o'clock, and continue to be closed sribesa ?? !....ir every ever mg (Sa'.urduy evenings and evenings Pfovio is to holi? days excepted) until the 1st cay ol April. 1851, und at eiirht o'cli >k from that date until the 1st day ol November, 1851. H<tuh?i, That while this meeting is m?st snxinns und beartily desiroasthal uil the Brooklyn merchants should fall into ibe above arrangement, yet it wishes the Public dls lincily to understand, that wo purpose to carry it out un ?id dbcontiiiue evening shopping, so as to render nigbt ui,r,: ,? unprofitablo. Hn lud. Tbat ibis meeting coinciding with the clerks. In O i ir i lioris to brint? about an abridgement in the hours of businrss, ana highly approving:the means by which they to scconiplisn ihe change, desire*, to express oursp ,??l ation of their objebt und proMe^ings tit At a MvrUv.v. of Colored ( itiyenn of ?! im.I. Ij ii, KikifiM Co. hold Nov. as, iiio following He* 1 Ulion* <*rre passed i Rttolved, Thai wt- hail the effort pot forth by the Colored Citizens of Brooklyn, in the eettingup of a Ticket, with esndfdates selected from the great ,iarti>-?, whose political principles were worthy ol the Suffrage of the Colored people ?f ttitt State, us the dawning of a now era In our p?Hlica] hi* torv. Hetihtd, That in the election almost of our entire ticket for .Sum- ar.d County officors, wo liave reason tor congratu? lation, and we belie.e thai this !? the beginning of the end of ourpolitlcal uc ion. Rrtvlttd. Thai in the election of Washington Hunt a" Governor of Uiis8tate, we see the necesi-ny and the effect of colored votes, und without their vo ? ho would not hsve been e erted, and instead, would have been elected n Democratic Union man. favorable to the Fugitive Slavu Law, and opposed io us Repeal, und in favor of the reiip pointmeatoi Dai.iel S. Dickinson lo the V. S. Sonate, aud tlm' lliiii'V majority does not embrace one half of the colored votes polled for him that colored men. Whig and Demo? rat, w ith those of us wbo could not lie'ire see the pecestiiy of voiinu at all, voted for him at ihe head of our sisie ticket Rfs<ihrtl. Thai these resolutions, with the State ticket, he publish) d m Thr Tribune and Brooklyn Freeman. ANTI-FUGITIVE SLAVE LAW TICKET. Governor.?Washington Bunt, Lieut. Gov.?S, K Church, Camit Com ?Kb. Blakely, CUrk of Ann ?C. S Beaton, .VI?U I'm l?i ?W. P. At)] j?i?. .4/i-v.-ll|B. (lurvea, C?. "fmn-j. M. Seabufy, Jv$l. oj 6V?.-N S?llwell, Sup'UoJ Poor.?H.&.Ripley, A R. Hkwlbtt, S>'c'v. F. CHAMPION, C ko, hur\ Ripl h K LoiL II. W. Join ,11 Lyons, a P Ml IV St, Andrew's Society.?The St Andrew's S i dety of the State ol New-York, will celebrate tiiuir Anni? versary Festival on SATURDAY. theSOih inst. Dinner will De served at Ihe Irving House5j o'clock. Tickets may bo obtained from any of the Managt rs Win II Maxwell, Wm.Wltiiewrlght,Jr. Alexander McKenzie, Samuel Cochran, John F M?ckle, William Hi and. The Members are requested to assemble at I o'clock pre? cisely for the transaction of ihe usual preliminary business; a'JH 3t* ft? I.ecluro on ttif lliiinuit Kye and Spec tin l?'N, AMth HD Mxlaiblltt??.?1'rot. Skott, of 52 Bowery. New Vork, will dei.vt-r, on FRIDAY evening) ?!i|h Ins't. ni ilie tiocitiy Library, Hrond? ay, cortior of Led .?ni si, n popular public Lecltlrfl On die AliUlomj rmd PitV stologyol the Human Eye, .e V?<>nihH Use and Abuse of Spectacles. The Lecture will i ?tlusUrated by lorce Coior s<l Diagrams and Mechanical \Vorkliig Models of thi- Kyo. Al ibeConclusion of the Lecture, Prof. Skott will exhibit, for tlie tirsi time In ihe United States, his Magnificent Opti? cs) Phenomenon?The Skeleton Dunce, which fills an W ?ease SoimTransparetil Medium wi h Moving Mailer. Dooti open ai'J, lo commence ut8 precisely. Admission IJJ csnts. Reserved seals 25 cents each, n28 2t* IV t'ltthulif Instlmie. The . rum! Lecture of t;i>! coune now being given before the Catholic Institute, will be dehvi red si the Sluyvesani Instltuio, B59 Broadway, on KB I DA Y evening, the vs'lh im-l. ut ?J u'c'ock, hv Okokoe H,Miles, Esu. of Boiumore. Subjec?: Queen Mar., und tltns ii Elizabeth. Proceeds of the Lecture will be giyen to do Uoueeof Mercy bi Houston ft Tickets 25cis. mtty ba'oblaiued at the door on the evening ol the Lecture or from Ihe Secretary, E. II COZANS, 135Crosby-sl. Note -The succeedisg Lectures of the Course will be delivered on Friday evemngs instead of Thursdays as an aounced. n28 it" TV A Cnpd.?Empire Engine Co No. 42, return luelr sincere Ibanks to Mr, Henry 8 Snyder, for the liberal sup? ply of refreshments furnished them ut ihe lire in South William.ti. on the VT h inst R CORNELL WHITE, Foreman. Jas. O. Li.ovd, Sejy. n28 li* tVThmp wbo Prize n Fine [lead of VLalr. snj those who, i.y carelessness, have Buffered its pardai loss;should use the celehraiee Hyperion Fluid, Invented by W M. Bogle, in Washlnglon-sl Boston. Il has re ceived a world-wide reputation fords preservative,pro? ductive, and beauilQing ellecls. ItisatirMguarwninlbe lisi of tollet artle ex' Sohl by ihe inventor, WILLIAM BOOLE. "7 Washing ion si. Boston i slso, by A.B. it D. Sands, 100 Fulton-it. i Rnshton, Clark k Co. 110and 'Zl:> Broadway, New-York. The Association for the Itellefof Renpect able aged Indigent Ftmales will hold llielr Thirty-seventh Aunlversarj at the Asylum In Twentieih-st between the BerotKi ami Third Avenues, on Thursday, the 28th Instant, at 12 o'clock, w lien the annual report will be read and an ?ddics? delivered. All friendly to ihe cause are respectfully invittd to attend. tr.'rf u? ty Liquid Hulr Oye. Improved so h* to color the Hair or Whiskers the moment il Is applied, without the least Injury. It ;s entirely free Iron) Unpleasant odor, and can be Washed with the Strongest soup Immediately it Is applied, without walling to dry. For sale, or applied, at Batc mel ea s Wig Factor,-. I Wa?-st. myli TuTh&Sattf W IVnchville Villages opposite rpper .>Ior rlKimhi, on ihe Ilm-li-m Kntli tmd.-Tue public are Dpdfied mal s Meeii i? wUi take place at Military Hull, i'*3 Bowery, on the30thinit to receive Subscriptions, and to eive informaiion reiutivo to said village. To commence at 71 o'clock p m The booksfor Subscribers names areopon M at the Offices ol the undersigned. S A M L B SM ITH, 2>.a* Broadway tl27 31? EilWAlt D I'l It CELL, 2J North \V \\\tm gl. TV Itreoklyn Institute.?The Winter Course of Lei-tureo. Concerts and Dtaniatic Reailings before tbe Members, will commence on Wednesday evening next, Kih inst al 7J o'clock, aud be continued on ever] Thursday ?Vfloliitf during the season. Nov 27?Opening Ltviure by E. P. Whipple of Boston : "TheAmerican Mind" Dec. 5?Concert Die 12?Park Benjamin. Esq.: '"The Age ofOolJ." Dec. 19-Mr. Geo. Vandenboff' " Evenings ?iiri Sheri fflan ; Sheridan's Life, Love, Elopement and Duel," with readir.is IrouJ the comedy of" The Rivals." Dec. 26?Review of ilie farce of "Si. Patrick's Dav." 5?n?'? tu the Duentin, readings from the "School for Scandal. Jsn.S-SherUH.c, Entrance Into Parliament, his Extrava raice. Difliculit.?. Ker?Uty of Expedients !cc readhurs Ui -The Cridc " xieuiem?, o.e. .eaut.ins Jan. ^?Samuel II Cox, D.D. Jan. 16?Rev. E. 11. Chapin: "The Ma*, of the Wor'd " Jan JS? Concert. Jan.SC?lU-v H. VV. Beecher: "Character," Additioi al announcement* for the month of February wi'l >>? nisde in the usual manner. ^rtets 'or the I ourse > >, admitting a gentleman snd two ?athrs ol ait fanr.lv, may be had of either of the Lecture votnamtse or of theJsnitor at the Itstiittte, Washineion street. ISAAC H. FROTHINOHAM,] ARTHUR W BENSON, (Lecture ??in m NlClldLAS H. PIKE, [Com. laStDec? ROBERT NICHOltS, / sl^r^k; l',n,encr'" Kar Infirmury, 2j Warren. L, t, T,H'1J' ul*? from y till S. for the exclusive "Maeent of nt atse^e.. deafness Discharge from the L?0i 5**" ,n f??-ad cured In a short orouVrwir i'v.-'T P'"' ^Uon fee. ,1, by letter uirrw j,e. \_ Dpald otters refused. Mv UW. . T1KST1 MUNI ALS. J? \V'r^:. ',ln"^\v tender to Dr. Lt'teser, AutlsL 2e '"n'f.v.r:, cire he bu performed on the external wTaodl M^S ^ijaSTeeahle discharge trotu Philadelpt ia, B?iu"norJ i' ., nnsl Physicians in this citv, ss^ SI?Ss^^???iS JOHN 8L0VER Jr yJ,n Doi-BEER. 47 Bavard-st. ^ of Caou Wn, wstrt-ecbie discharges ai:d h-T hean,r,- *"*? fureJ of.very ^ hitrd. * %r oeanng tery considerably FRANCIS LOUIS, Prospect HU1 Rrrv,si u a po.1 and cared hi one i-ek 1 Brooa!y?. was tu deaf i? '? wOur>. son ofSolomon C Woml n . County, was cured of DrHt"eM ?ci- ,0,.'*hl'n-?rati^9 *"ye, fron the emrud k? ,""^^ *ita d?s ?was. tar "' 161*** ?tauduig io ,a ^?''t? attended a v>!*< C;"?',W'r'H}, 'S^l^ *??* all S'l isuai^.v,..,'.! Nurr'ero) .k ' LUTK-S'i*.R 3 5?5 al hi.oAce^ W'arr^n-sl rl'^;"l.,u!ii!*tu [. "_ n*l lia" ?J.W.KcdHelc?, Physiognomists Barclay^sTei??n WAITED. WANT KD-A Man thoroughly compe T T lent to lake charge of a large wholes.A wd^tad Carptt establishment To one answer..^- ii. ?tpo . libera salary wou;d !>e 8?v,-n- A??J?' p04,pM' iS *? and references, l? box ???'*?< Post-Office_n.<t \\ ?NTKD?A competent religious Man ? T os TEACHER, up town, for four hours ear.!, si eek 8alary$.v". Adirees T K Trlh me Pr?f..'._"~ ll' rpo WATCH M A K BRS.? Wanted, ? Ji first-rate Watchmaker, competent to do ?1! kinds of re? pairing. Apply to JEN.N (SOS k SAUITOERSj nig If _L'l frultou-st. \\'ANTKD?A Smart, active Vtm.li. ?f t * food character, and used to the Il< tai! Trade, at ill Cail.aiii.e-tt._n23 ll' \PROFESSOR of BOOK-KEEPING ar d MERCANTILE ACCOUNTS whose references are of the highest character, with the advantage ol 35ye?rs experience in the Cities of London and New-York, engages to instruct live or six young Gentlemen la Book-Keeping and Merchants,' Accounts, based <>o the most efficient sys? tem of Oonble Entry, and the Model of actual business transactions. Terms for the course of four weeks, includ? ing board, are extremely moderate, and will be cominuni rated on application to o. b. FLOWERS, 62 S?nd-si. Brooklyn, comer of Pearl. n27 J:' LUCRATIVE EM PLO VM KNT given to Louies and Genl>men who have leisure time, in a lit'hi and genteel fancy work, taucht In a few easy lessons. Considerable emolument may be derived as soon as acquir? ed. Apply. personRllv, between the hours of ten and four, at Mr. ROSE'S. 41 Barclay-si. near Broadway. Premium for teaching) S5._ruT7 lw t^ANTED?A Companion to travel ? ? South nnd West, who will invest from V- ?> i In a (-ale and lucrative business. .Should the partnership be agT? eable It ma.* l>e continued for years. References giv< n and required. Address 0. S. Tribune office, stating where an interview may be had. n27 ?r 44/ANTED?15U AGENTS to sell a * v new Manual for families. As hijrh wages can be realized n* at any similar establishment. Call or address, post paid, the American Family Publication Establishment. XJi Nassau tl. N. Y. second floor. nil Im* r~|H> HAMMERSMITHS?Wanted, a X jrood TILTER. Apply at the New-York Castateel Works, fool of Twenty-wurth-iL East River, New-York. n2C, it WANT PLACES. AS Bookkeeper.? Having served in the capacity of Bookkeeper for a term of years, the adver? tiser is desirous of obtaining a situation in a wholesale business. Is a native of Denmark, and conversant wi Ii iha German language. Could also till a place as correspondent in either of die languages, flood references given. Ad du ss \V. S. Tribune Office. nJit AS Chambermaid ami Wa^fre--. or a Children's Maid, by a respectable young woman with the best of city reference. She would have no objections to do general housework in a small private- family. Apply at 29 York-st. Brooklyn. ' n'Jfl ll* S Chambermaid or Laundress in a A hotel, or plain Cook, Washer and Ironer In a small private family, by u respectable young Woman. Has no objection to go a short distance in ibe country. Good city reference. Lived ll! months in her laBi place. Call at ioi> Thompson-St, in the candy store. nJ8 It" AS Matron or Seamstress, in or about - the cities of New-York or Brooklyn, by an American Lady, who has spent the lust IS years in a Boarding-School, Good references given. Can be seen for three days. Ad? dress M. B. 210 lligh-st. Brooklyn. ?28 It* AS Wahhess, by a respectable young Girl, in a private family. Has no objection to go as Nurse or Chambermaid. Best of city relerence given.? Apply at R Kilth-st. i.ear the Bowery. u2S It* AS Cook in a private family, by a re? spectable Woman. The best of city reference given. Apply al 22 Elevonth-st. between Third and Kourlh-avs. * AS Good Cook, by a respectable Wo? man. Is h first-rate Washer and /roner, and an excel? lent Hak or. The best of city reference (riven. Apply ??? ?(IU Houston ?i ? ro- ?>"""< ?"> ttvrmf, where shs can he seen for two days. u28 It* AS Nurse and Seamstress, by a Protest? ant Girl. Can come well recommended. Inquire at the corner of Smith and Butler sts. Brooklyn, No. 128. It" AS Chambermaid ami Seamstress, or - Chambermaid und Nurse, by a respectable young Wo? man, with the best city reference. Apply at 17 Munroe-st Can be seen for two days. n28 AS Cook, Washer and Ironer, or to do genera] Housework, by a respectable young Woman. Good city ieference. Apply ut 175 Elizabeth-si, n.n It* AS Chambermaid in a private family, by a smart, genteel Protestant Girl, or Nurse and plafn Sewer. Good recommendations (riven. Ask for Jane, 140 Hester st. front room. n28 ll* AS Cook, and to Wash and [ron in a private family, by a very competent G'.rl, with good city reference. Ciii! si 71 S:\ih-av. m the I.k?t ?re. If S Cook, and to assist in Washing ami Ironing, in a small private family, by a respectable VOUng Woman. Is a good linker, and lias "the best of city references. Call at 29 McDoueal-at, n3 If A A S Experienced Cooks, Nurses, Wait X* res.-es, iiC. Some very respectable and well recom? mended Servants are wanting situations, at Protective Agency, 1.48 Grund st. n28 U* AS Chambermaid, and tine Washer and ironer, by a respectable Protestant y King Woman.? Good cilv reference can be given, from her iurl p ace. Call at 2 BlXlk-st, Can be streu for two days._112? It* riM) MERCHANT TAILORS AND JL CLOTHIERS.?Wanted, by a young Man, asil latlo as Cutler or assistant,or would be willing to act a- Sali - mun and Cutter. He has a general knowledge of cutting in all its different branchts. Satisfactory references will be given. Anv one in want of such a ptrson will address Cut? ter. Tribune O.'lico._u28 It' AS 1 IofsKKKKPV.il or Chihl's Nurse, in a small family, by an elderly Lady. Has co objection to the country. Apply at 140 Barrow 's!. n?t It* SF. R VA N TS"providetl for respectable - fimilies, at the Agency Office, 70 East Kourteenlli-st. near Kourth-av.??N. B. Persons applying at this office for situations are required to produce written ceni^cates of character and ot capability in their several stations?such as to bear the strictest iuquiiy. n.3 2l* AS Children's Norse and Plain Sewer, or as Chambermaid ami Waiter, or to assist In Wash? ing and Ironing, by a respectable joung Woman, who can produce be?t O] reference from lost employer. Apply at 7", Klever th sl. between Fifth and Sbtth-ava,' Can be se?n for three days. ni!7 it* AS Nurse and Seamstress by a young Woman who is capable of fulfilling hersituation. The bt si of city reference from her last place. Call at 78 Third avenue, betweeu Eleventh and Twelfth its. Can be jeeu for 2 dayB. rj2J ft* 4S Chambermaid and Laundress, or X?. Chambermaid and Waiter, by a respectable Protestant youneAVoman. Best of city references will be given.? May be seen lor two days at 9 Beavor-st. corner of New and Beaver sts first floor, front room, n27 2t* ,4 S Nurse or Seamstres-, by a compe ?L *- tent young Woman, fudersiands al! kinds of plaiu St wing. Can produce good city reference. Applv at o7 Fourtb-av. n27 2t* 4 Superior Alto Singer is in want of a titualion in either a K. Dutch. Presbyterian or Bap tiit Chuich, and who offers her services at a small couiperj sauon. Aduiess J. D. B. Box 1,391 P. Office, nJtl 1 w" AS Chambermaid, or to do general *? housework, plain ccniking. ic. by a young woman wlw excellent recommendations. Havinir always lived in tie country, has bad no opportunitv of acquiring citv habits. Apply three days at S9 Hudson-st. No objection to live out ol the city. - 3t* AS GOVERNESS^?A Lady just ar^ X , rl'i? fr?m ?m'- fe.desires!., en,. If^.,V.v? Witharhiimy going South, or in a School She is filly competent to give instruction in Mu*ic. Siuging. D-i ctaft DrewiB? m Chalk (lately acquired in Paris;) and Kreuch. Address to A. D. al the othce of ;hn paper. 0363? T? FAMILIES IN BROOKLYN.? The best recommended male and female domestics, such a* Coachmen. W a ters. Osflera, Ciniks. Cbamber ma>. ?. Nurses and M-amstre-wes, general servants, arid Mirall girls to take charge of children. American*. Engitsh, I nsh at a Scotch, are to be had at the Agency OS:-. 5 Cl:i ?on-st. Breokryn, where employers or orders by note will meet with all due attention. J n28 It" 4S Housekeeper, by a Wido^^Lodv, Xm. who is cxmrx:^nt to take entire charge of tnehooie, bold cOLcenis ol a private fiimilv or bo?rdm> school, or the management of an enarmscment consisting of two or three fan.iliis, occupvtng sepaniie aparimeou. Fur caDabiBtv and character she refers to Rev. Dr. Cutler, Sands-si 'Broos IvL, and Mr James Donaldson. Kifth-av.corner of Eleveuia s't. N Y through whom all applications may be made. nSS lw* \VANTKD, SITUATIONS fman'.^ v t berof excaUeat liltlLS and CHILDREN, rece , arrived, free fnun dry habits and associations, and willing k> work for morfe-rai? w?<-#. At>p icaium u? N> -n*'. ,. ibe office of Ccrn/c'tslcners of EmlfraC^n. ?i ihi far* N-> Charges. s24 tf BOARDING. B >o. to |>OARD?And FURNISHED ROOMS JOwaNTZD IMMEDIATELY, ;n a Privat-' Family preferred, for a Gentleman, his Wjfe and two children, two and nve ]ears old. Terms must be reasonable. A d? dress " Banner" Tribune office for two days. n28 2t* B~ OARD WANT KD-In Jer-ey City, Hoboken or Brooklyn, in a Private Famtlv. or where tbereare few Boarders "BREAKFAST, with full BOARD on Sunda>s with Lodgings is wanted, in one of the above places, by a single Gehtie.n*in. Address Omega, this office.* A TTENTION.?A Pleasant FR()NT 1 m ROOM and Pantry to Let. with BOARD, to a Gentle? man and his Wife, or two Gentlemen. References given and required. Inquire at 107 Prince-tit. corner of Green. n?8 lm* A PLEASANT ROOM, suitab G-ntltmu) and Lady, or two single G*-nt. niched or unfur place. tia 3t*^ B'OAJID-\^\_NTED?For one or "two German Gentlemen in a sociable Private Family. Neighborhood of ihe Park preferred. Address "H tie," and staling terms, Tribune office. n.'; It* THREE OR FOUR FURNISHED ROOMS, with or without BOARD can be obtained By BOARD?A RACK ROOM Floor, suitable for a GENTLEMAN a or two SINGLE GENTLEMEN, may be hi roy-place, Bleecker-st BOARD.?A Gentleman and h can be accommodated with a PARLOR i iti IOM. Also, two or single Gentlemen, at i>s I avei ue; References exchanged. ]y OARD WAN TED. ? A Gen ->wbo will beaway most of the time, wishes HOARD lor his Wife for the Winter, within, saj ol the comer of Second-av. and Seventh-st A Is ROOM with place for Fire required. Theaccor must be good and terms reasonable, A Priva preferred. Address C. C. M at this office. BOARD WANTED?By a G his Wife sr.d Daughter, In a first-rate HOrSE or a genteel Private Family, where of a home can bo enjojel. Address H. 1 office. OARD. ?A Single Gentleman can 'accommodi: moderate rate, ii Hoarders. Appl P M. at 100 War ANTED?A ROOM with BOARD BOARD.? A small Family, or one or two single Gentlemen can be accommodated with HOARD rind a Pleasant Apartment, by applic?tion to Mrs. McCLELLAND, IIS Fourth-st The lnuee is furnished with the modem Improvements, and very desirably located within one block of the Knickerbocker line of Stages, and convenient to the Hudson st. tied Sixth-av. lines. The most satisfactory references given. n2ti .it* BOARD?( an be obtained at 89 WaTre^ st. Brooklvn, for Oentlenen, or Genilemvi and their Wives, In a Private Family. The house is large and con venienl, and within a few minute* walk of the South Ferry. OARD.? A Mi BOARD in WILLI A.MSBUROH.?A gentleman Biid his wife, and one or two e'ngle gontie men, can be accommodated with pleasant rooms in a PRI? VATE FAMILY, at 56 Klrst-si. one minute's walk from the Peck-slip Ferry. Boats ran every five minutes during the day. Location very dealrnhle?house facing the water, commanding n flue Tlew of Brooklyn, New-Yors, East River, ?ic. o31 im? AGENTLEMAN rnn be accommodated ?With a good ROOM and Bath adjc oul partial BOARD. In a highly r..-? FAMILY, residing in East Tenth st where, If be wishes, be rim enjoy the comforts and quiet of a home The Elg h?l? st. Stages run near the house. Address G. B. F. Union Pari Post Otiice. nai Si* AYOUNG GENTLEMAN, desiring to perfect bimseif in the French language, would like to Hike a room in a respectable French boarding-house, or in a French family, where the language is spoken principally. Satisfactory references will be given. Address " Charles," Union square Post-Ortice. i)2?i:H* 3LEASANT FURNISH ED ROOMS - to iet with Breakfast and Tea, at No. 7 Purk Place. THE CO-PARTNERSHIP heretofore existing between JOSEPH FLANDERS, of this cilv, and JolIN GOVE Si to. ol Boston, was dissolved on the 23th insiiint by mutual consent. All outstanding business will be settled at the otiice ol FLANDERS 4c BARRETT. JOSEPH FLANDERS. JOHN GOVE & CO. The undersigned have this day formed a co-partnersh'p lor the manufacture and sale of ''Childrens' Clothing." and have taken the apartments latelv occupied by JOSEPH FLANDERS, at 47 Nassau s*. JOSEPH FLANDERS. N. P. H. BARRETT. New-York, November 25, 1P.>0. n28 Gils' CJECURITY?Perpetuity?U N I 0 N ?3 MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY?Cash Capital and Ai ets 8200,000 Insure Lives on the m st favorable lerms. Permits granted at reduced rates for forden climates or to California. PariicuUr^ given and Policies granted, on application to JUDO fc MOLLISTF.it, J7 Jaunci y.-ct urt, Wah-st. C. It. Giimau, W Parker. Medi cal Examiners, n2H titis IOST OR STOLEN, from on board the J Steamer CAT ALI NE, lying at the dock Peck-alip, Nov. |2, 1350, a package of Dry Goods, consisting of the following:! Child's Velvet Suits; 2 do Cloth do; 2 do Tw eed Overcoats ; ti do Black Cloth do ; 7 do Cashinerett do. Package marked ?? Thos. Chatterion, New-Haven." Also, Lost on or about the li'th Sept. last, a hhd. Tin Wire, marked B -V W Any information respecting the above will he liberally rewarded. Apply to SAXTON h WEBB, ni'8 3f 11.2 Souih-sL CO PA RTN ER.SHIP N( ?TIC E.?The undersiened have formed a Copartnership under the firm of FOWLER 4; PULLIS for the transaction of a jen end business in the manufacture and sale of Boots and Shoes and trade connected therew ith. JOHN W. FOWLER, Nov.26,1850. WM. M. PULLIS. N.B.?Wanted?A Bookkeeper and Salesman well ac? quainted with the Wholesale Trade. Inquire at 251 Pearl st. I etween tl e hours of 12 and I o'clock. a:.d at 308 Second' st. from 7 to 9 P.M. n2S 2ns? IJOCKY RAR .MININti C?7Tl^\.NV. ! Al CALIFORNIA-The Subscriber hereby gives no j Uce. ihat he has sold all his inierest in the said Company, I and thai he is neither a Shareholder or Director thereof; ] and that his name has been used as Director of the Siiid I Companv, without his authority or consent. DatedNeW York,Nov.27,1850. [n28lw?] HENRY BANGE. TO THE CITIZENS of New-York. In perusing the " Sun" of yesterday morning. I saw an advertisement of Mrs. SEJIOUR, 271 Division-street, i Her science in her professioi. is unparalleled. A trilling article that was lost by me was regained by her simple and quiet mode of addressing?those who require ber ser? vices the lost article is found. Any person within? further Information respecting her abilities, will please call at 102 Warren st. JACOB MiLLIGAN ty Other papers please cop,'-. [nBltis'j J. M. LOST?P>y a poor woman, on Tuesday afternoon, aion? Broadway, between Wil!ia*n-st. and Center Market, a LEATHER "POCKET-BOOK contain ine two and a half dollars in uoid. four two stilling pieces and some papers, which were of no va'ue bui totbeowner. Any person who has found the same will do a most gener? ous" iiciion and mem ihe grateful thaiki of tie owner by leaving it at this otiice. n23 It* R. JOBSON. M. R. C. T. E. n-erly Surgeon Dentist to the Queen and Royal Fami? ly of England, mav be consulted by those requiring AID or INSTRUCTION in the DENTAL ART. Should a sufficient nuiuoer of Pupill present themselvs before the 7th of December. Mr. JOBSON will on the 9th commence a Course of Lectures on the TEETH, their D.s eases aid Treatment. with demonstrations of the rno-le of repairing their deficiencies by arliriciii means. Fee?Sur? gical Cturse, $10; Mechanical do, $20. n28 It* COAL?$6, $6 75, of all sizes?Re< 1 Ash, first quality?a good size for Air-Tig'.t Sto/es; alto, Cumberlaid Coa! forsmilV- use. H. PE1RCEY, n?7 Im' So Eldndge-sL between Brootne and Grand s'.?. OTIMSON'S & CO.'S EX PRESS TO ?^NEW-ORLEANS, on THURSDAY. Dec 5,18?, per lew and splendid Steamship LOUISIANA.?We are now prepared to receive Freight, Packages. Specie and v-ilnaf.de parce's. to be dispatched as above, to the care of our house in New Urlear.s. No Freight will be received cn the day of sii'ing. Col? lection business promptlv attended to. Our Express to Momleand up the Rivsr M;??:?s1ppi wiil ! e dispatched by our partner, Mr. Brastow, imme.lia'e'y on ihe aehvery a! New-Orleans of our freight. Vc. by "use , Steamships. Office to New.OrlenD?. St. Charlesll?tel B tEdine 3.1 NEW P?mjCATIONvS. I> i s^gnation of the presi ? PENT.?Wssntnglou Hunt having consented to pa- : :r.,...:-- bi > N?i.L .v PRICE since h:s eVotion, we ?ball | be able toyie?d assistance to our cry fnhera to relieve Broadway, below Fnllon-st. by offering auch inducements i In the saleof BOOKS. PERIODICALS, STATIONERY, fancy and p.ain.also EM ; LISH PR1 NTS.thal wiilcauae the j public to visu nur Store, 121 Fulto l-st, on their w?v to the lower part of the city BUNNE OL it PRICE, r-" 121 Fnlton-st Fowler's Buildings. N. Y. ?oeveries of a bachelor.? ! J-* B. k S. will publish SATURDAY. Nov. SO, RE\ ER1ES OS A BACHELOR?A Boos of the Heart, by Ike Marvel i vol. 12 mo. with illustrations by Diirley. ; Reverie I -Sir. ke. Plume and Ashes. Reverie II ?Sen Coal ard Anthracite. Kevene III.?A Separ, thrice lighted. i Reverie IV.?Morning, Noon and Evening. NEW AND POPULAR Works JUST PUBLISHED ' Mil'on'sParadise Lost, edited by Prof. Bovd. Fslhers ol the Desert, bv Rev. Dr.'Ruffuer. 2 vols. Reforms and Reformers, by H. B. Stanton. 1 vol. Dr. Alexander on the Psa ins. Complete iu 3 vols. Mrs. (loorge's Queens of Spsin. 2d vol. Lite Here and There, by N. P. Willig. 2d edition Grahame, or Youth and Manhood. 1 vol. IS mo. Remit iseences of Congress, by C. W. Maren. 1 vol. l2mo. I with portrait i f Webster. 2d edition. TbeBngenots in Florida, or the Lilly and Totem, by W. I Gilinore Simrr a, Esq. i vol. l2mo. jfrs. EU( t's Domestic History of the Revolution. 1 vol. Medical Delusions, by Dr. "W. Hooker, author of Phy A Snl'nd.d New Year's Present. CXODEY'S JANUARY NO. of l.\ WdX'S book, i85l?Literary and Pictorial,? Ii ii,i.i:ii SUBSI RIBERS. A MATCH i.LSS N( I.?The whole world ol art has been thoroughly searched to make tins No. "the unapproacha? ble"?and it is ohVed to Ihe public in full confidence that its equal cannot be found in the world. Among the embellishments are the t'o'iowing original de? signs :? ??TDK CONSTANT," designed by Gilbert, expressly for " Godey"?one of a pair of plates, the mute to which will be published in the March No. It contains besides the principal engraving, four tableaux, "Going to Church," ??Chiidiih Snort.'' ??Sickness.'' and " wedlock." THE KU CR ERAS OF LIKE, Designed by Crdome, expressly fo (l.'dey. Four perfect pictures in one? ?? Baptism," "The Holy Communion," Kjjsrriage,"" Death." "THESYLPHS OF THE SEASONS," Designed by Croome, expressly for Godey, and most beautifully printed in colors, by D Stevens. Four female figures? representing " Spring," with its (lowers?" Sum? mer " reclining iu a study arbor?" Autumn,'' with its fruits ??? Winter." wrapped in a mantle. AN ENTIRELY NEW COVER. Designed by Croome. and engraved by Duval, " vase a.n'i) flowers.'.' A DOUBLE FASHION PLATE. Designed by Peters, expressly for Godey. The first scene represents an interior. Three female figures, and children ren ting Chr'simus presents? a beautiful scene. The se? cond scene contains iw-o female figures, and a Sleighing Party?with a view of the Philadelphia State House, the building in wbieb. THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE was signed. The whole is most elaborately colored, and contains cornel views of the Fashions. AN EMBLAMATIC TITLE PAGE, Containing fifty figures of the fashions. Also, NEW YEAR'S DAY IN FRANCE. Among other varieties in the Lady's Department is some? thing new. Wood engravings of the latest fashion; Illustration of a story by T. S. Arthur. Costumes of nil nations. Caps,Capes, Chemisettes, J. c. In point of iVi it is a TRIUMPHANT NUMBER, and we expect to sell more than 100,000copies. Theengrav iugs are far superior to anv thai have yet appeared m any annual, and it is offered to the public as a proud memento of the TRIUMPH OF AMERICAN ARTS. Th Arne s ew books.?john s. taylor, Publisher, 1-13 Nassau-st. has 'n press, and will shortly Bah THE BEAUTIES OF THE REV J. T. HEAD IT, with bis Life and Essay? on his Genius, by well ?Ii writers, being curiosities of criticism, iu one voi roval Svo. with [lustrations. N. B.?An edition of Bbove work will be bound In paper covers, and will be by mail free of pos'age. t? any part of the United es "on the receipt of fifty cents, which may be sent by I to the publisher. oii it' BOOK-BINDERS' LEATHER.?Tb.? ?Dbscriber has on hand, and Is constantly reeai7tng, English Colored Skivers. Colored Calf Suns, French Tur key Morocco, Russia Red Leather, Salted Splits and Call Sk'ir.a. Book Cloth, Marble Paper, S?d every article ro quired for a Bindery. Always on hand a large* assortment of Geo. Dudley's superior Bark Skivers, Blank, Sheep and Law Calf Skins. AJ of which are offered *t the lowed market prices by. in2 lia*|JAME3 COOK. 255t Pearl-?. JOHN H7^TILL~^^^l7and Re? al tall Dealer In NEWSPAPERS. CHEAP PUBLICA? TIONS. BOOKS and STATIONERY, Portsncuth-squarn, irwo doors from the Post-Office.) San Krancisco. U. C. N. B. Cash advanced on consignments of Cbeap Publica ton*. Books and Slaaonery. References?Daniel Curtis it Co. W. H. Howlar.d. Esq. Greeley k McElrath. New-York: Sleeper Jt Rogers, Bos? ton; Moriatt t Co. James King, J. Winchester, Es<|. E, C. Ketnble. Esq. San Francisco n!2 im C? UHEREIN E SHIRTIN< JS?The Wil ?Sliamsviile CompanVs Medal Premium Shirtings, H Single Nos.23 cents?five copies will be sent on receipt ol 6l. One copy. <? etyear,83; two copies one year, or one copy two pears, $?">: five copies one year, or one copy live years. $1?: ten copies, one yetr, 820, and an extra copy to the person getting up the club of ten.. nfl?ll L. A. GODEY, III Chesnutsi. Philadelphia. uperb new illustrated 'WORKS.?D.APPLETON k CO publish I On Tuesday. THE QUEENS OF ENGLAND?A Series of Portraits of Distinguished Female Sovereigns, drawn aud Engraved by the moat eminent Artists; with Biographical and His torlcul Descriptions: from Agkcs StbicklaND. I vol. 8vo, elejk-antlv bound in Turkey morocco, $10 ; do, colored plates, (15 ; do, with oval painting on glass plate In center, This beauti u! volume contains portraits ol th? most icconpKahed Qactns of England, from tha earliest period l* Uiatof her pre-?.nt Majf sty. They base been eieeiited in th? Gneat styl? ol oasra'iars, aoa bar? been c pied aslsras posaiMe, from portraits taken la the youtbiul period oftheir lives. II'-) nrcnr.t the charma of youth, ir rayedhi Ins qnai&lmbea of royalty of the times ol each. The ac compani tnic biographic?! sketches, frnm the pen of A-oe? Strick land. fulness or attractoeneta. A BOOK OF THE PASSION'S i By O. P. R. James. Illustrated with sixteen splendid steel Engravings, from drawings by the most eminent Artists. I vol. 3vo. cloth, giitedg. s and side-, $3 50; imitation morocco, $.1; Turkey morocco, or call. Listol e'lbj-cts illustrated. Remorse, Jealuuev, Revenge, Love, Despair, Hatred. In tin. elefiiii ri fume one hardly know? ?loch moat to admire, tha If at or the ilrastratjons; while the former portray m eloquent and rrapbicwords lbs aoal aU'rnng pperatijn. of the stronger passions; Ihe latter 1 resents to us rir.ely executed and spirited repreismutions unrrshle bi? k, iTnd worthy ol tha b gb reputation of '.he irritorand ?,e artists ^i ?P?-*d in its r--eraiatitin. ill. On Thursday. A new Edition?WOMEN OK THE OLD AND NEW TESTAMENT?A series of eighteen exquisitely finished Engravings, of Female Characters of *?e Old and NeAr Testament, with descriptions, by various American Di vims: Edited by W Ii. SPRACHE, DD. Price?im. mor. *7; ui.iicjue mur. $10; do, colored plates. %\h\ papier mache, $13; do. colored plates, $15; do, inlaid with paint *Thi? is a superb gifl book, and one of great intrinsic THE PATHWAYS AND ABIDING PLACES OF Ol R LORD?Illustrated in the Journal of a Tour through ihe Land of Promise; By Rev.J.M Wainwrigiit, D.D. bound'^RljYed'ei |?.'teeL 1 '"LiS8"0? t(L"t,'! 1 ?>' Tbia w. rk coaUina tbe narrabve ol a tour th o?(h the Holy Und, read?ied 1-nr to the Christian bj >cir Lord's connection w th t-.em. ha' fb? n, Jerusalem, Kaaareth, Bethany,the Monatuf Oliva?, th? Sea ol Ralilee, sr.d u.anv otter i.hicea ol hk-interest, h;i*e beau fall) aid admirably descriheJ. Correct tiewa too. of many of tha mostpromaienticanea in Palestine,from the penc.lof Bsrtlett. eu ???es m Ibe !..?!, e?t atjie of an, bare been intn.dii-.ed. These, witk ti e njinute etptanatints aeci.m|.an)i?g them, present to the reader of Ih.s t,..,i.n:e m peilrcl a picture of the actaal appesrince of Palestine a-can wdl he vhtaiDed wit(iou; a ne.i^nal sisX A rolume wbicb thai I Bin to take ihe reader 'jpon a walk through tha Pathways ai.sl ly illiijtrnted works: OUR SAVIOR. WITH PROPHETS AND APOS TLES?A > eries of eighteen highly finished steel Engrav? ings, designed expressly for this work, with descriptions by various eminent American Divines. Edited by J. M. Waijtwricht; D.D. One volume, imperial octavo, in the following varieties of binding: Emblematic, with raised figure of our Lord. $7; superb antique beveled morocco extra, 810; do do, with miniature painting on plate glass in center, ?15; do do. papier mache, trained in beveled morocco. ?12 : do, colored plates. 4=18 : do, plate glass, wilh Christmas Gdest. By Maria J.McT.ntosh, suthor of " Tw o Lives," '? Woman in America," i.e. Aic. Illustrated . with ten steel Engravings. One vol. octavo, cloth, gill edges ard sides. $-1; morocco, gilt, Si. SACRED SCENES: Or, Passages in tiif. Liff. of oiR Savior. By various eminent writers. Illustrated with sixteen steei Engravings. 1 voL \Zmo, cloih, gilt edges. -51 75. nZi St READY THIS MORNING.?No. 3 of the FAMILY JOURNAL, a weekly Literary pa? per. Contents?The Two Barons.or the Spirit of the Mine, Cardillacthe Jeweler, (a tale of thrilling interest, transi? ted from the German,; The Arttsi surprised, Sloped for Texas, The Fork, The Highlander in a Chest, ic, ic.; to geiher wrjib anecdotes, Musical and Dramatic Not:c.-s, Chess Pn b ems fcc tc. PubUshedby P, MILLER St BON, at ho Peaii-sl Price j cents. For sale by all Booksellers. nJ7 ft* DRY GOODS. SHEPHERD'S MAUD?Or GENTLE ^-5 MEN'S SHAWL.?Thu article It used In Scotland, for protection against rmin and cold, as a promenade ^anuenL In England and thi? country it tsbecomingextenstvelyused for the name purpose, u well as in carnages, raiiruni) cart and steamboeta. A? 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 It CO. 231 Broadway, New-Vork, wholesale and retail dealers In ready-made Clothing. o23 t/ COATS'S SPOOL COTTON.?Notice. ?The venders and consumers of our Spool Cottons are hereby informed that we have no interest whatever in the production or saie of any other Spool Cotton, thau in that which besrs cur n>imc in full. I: having been decided by several of the highest courts In the United Slates, that all mutations o!" our labels, or trade? marks, are forgeries and frauds upon the public and our? selves, we hereby warn all parties against any infringement of our rights. J. it P. COATS, of Paisley. HL CH AUCHJNCLOSS .t SONS, nl-l Imeod" Agents, 4;> Beaver-sL CALICO PRINTERS' BLANKETS, Lapping and Sieve Cloth. Type Printers and Engravers' Blankets. Roller, Cleaver and Jacket Cloths, for sale by myll C. B. LE BARON,55Pine-tt IN" iVEW-REDFOR? STEAM MILLS J- * COTTONS?SOD packages, comprising the different qualities, bleached and unbleached, made by the N. B. S M Co for sale by NESMITH fe CO. Iul tf 30 and 52 Pine-sL ANKEENS?50 eases in 10 van! pieces, for sale by N ES MIT! I Ji CO. r:2t ti 5*1 and Plnts-sl. pORDOVA PLAINS?20 packages, all woo], Oroy Negru Cloths, forsale liy ti2i tf NESM1TH it CO. SO and 52 Pine-sL WALTHAM COTTONS?200 pack ?v sgcs,dlSerent widths and qualities, Boston Manu? facturing Co.'s fabric, for sale by NESM1TH i. CO. nil tf 50 and 52 Piue-st. COLORED COATINGS-50 packages Blue, Wine und Mixed Coatings a id Or ion Bockuigs. forsale by |n21 U'| NESMITH i. CO. 50 and 52 Plne-st DRV GOODS.?Most complete assort? ment of Ladies'. Gents and Children's DRESS GOODS to be found in the city. O. M. BODINE, o26 lm* 323 Grand-st. cor. ot Orchard. nPHREE-FOUR BLKACHEDSHIRT Ja INOS.?l?o cases fine and low priced, at 3 lo 6 cents, for sale by |myll| C. B. LE HA RON. 55 Plne-st. B LUE an.l CANARY PRINTS.?A new and superior article, fast colors, for sale hv myl 1 C. B. LE BARON, 55 Pine-st. BROWN SHEETINGS.?150 balesSa lisbury, Eagle, Mohawk Valley, and other styles, fo sale low by fmylll C B. LE BARON. 55 Pine-st rpo DAGUERRIAN ARTISTS.?Pre J. mium Manufactory and Depot of LEWIS'S Quick Working. Double Whole, Whole. Midi". Quarter and Lock et-slze Cameras, first quality, warranted to workequ?! to anv imported or manufactured in the United Sta'es. Also, LEWIS'S second quality Cameras at the lowest prices. LEWIS'S patent Plate Vices, superior to any other for hand buffing. LEWIS'S patent Gilding Stands. Camera Stands, Inde pendent Head Reals, Chair Rests, and Coating Boxes. Mercury Baths, with or without scale, color boxes and brushes complete. Plate Benders, for turning the edges of plates previous to butting. (iulvanic Batteries for Electroplating. Buffing Lathes, Plyers, OUea and Metal Lamps,Ther? mometers, and Tubes for do. Chloride of Gold und other Chemicals; Polishing Materi? als of every description. Cases and Plates al the lowest prices. Also, a good as? sortment of Frames for Daguerreotypes on hand. Certificate, Diploma, Outside und other Show Frames made to order at W. it W. II. LEWIS'S, 112 Chatham-st opposite National Theater. N B.?Pupiia furnished with Camera and apparauis com? plete, together wiihfuil practical Instructions, for $45. n23 UtisSWAiSMlW _ TEA TRAYS and WAITERS.?Just Received per ship America.-200 dozen Tea Trays and Walter?, assorted .-izes and patterns. Also, a lew very fine ?els of Tea Travs. Aim, So gro-is Ivorv and Self-tip Handle Knives and Kork?. Tablo and Desserts, various patterns. For -lib- at a email advance from first cost, al n27 Ills' JAMES Y WATKINS, Hi Catherino-st. JSc I. COX respectfully inform their ? friends and the public that they have REMOVED from 15 Maiden-lane to their NEW ESTABLISHMENT, 340 BROADWAY, corner of Leonard s!, and will open on Monday, 25th lust and exhibit fir sale, a splendid va? riety of GAS FIXTURES, French, English and Ameri? can, adapted to the various styles of Ancient and Modern Ornament, which will be put up in a superior and elegant manner, and warranted In every respect. Also, SILVER WARE, In all Its branches, of rich and unique patterns ; MANTEL CLOCKS, CANDELABRAS LANTERNS, SHEFFIELD AND IJIRMINOUAM PLA, TED WARES. CUTLERY, JAPANNERY, SUPERB FLOWER VASES, and FUJI RES OF PARIAN MAR? BLE, ice u25 1wU? r|MI E LIFE and ANTIQUE SCHOOLS J of the NATIONAL ACADEMY nF DESION will be reopened forihe season on MONDAY EVENING, Dec. 2. Ar ists and students desirous of entering either School are requested to present themselves at the reonis of the Academy, titil Broadway, on that evening, at fij o'clock precisely. The Antique School will be opened during the day for Ladies, if a class sufficiently large ?hall be formed. Appli? cants will enter their names at the Academy. n23 ii' DR. JAMES W. POWELL, Oculist, Aurlst, dec. coufir.es his practice exclusively to PIS EASES OF THE EYE AND EAR, from 9 to I o'clock daily at 261 BROADWAY, ENTRANCE H WARREN STREET. Dr. Powell's TREATISE ON THE EYE, 3d edition, enlarged, with plates, price V) cents, can fo procured at I::? lice; also, his SELF-ACTING EYE AND EAR FOUNTAINS, the most powerful and successful auxtl. Hary In the treatment of the affections of those delicate Sum Imported, a large supply of beautiful ARTIFICIAL EYES, which can be inserted without any pain or opera? tion ; and as they move in accordance with the natural eye, the closest observer cannot delect them. nI5 lni;sDi'2teowW' ROCKY BAR MINING CO. No; 74 WALL-ST ? This Company having taken possession of a suite ? f rooms at the above number, on the 2d floor, the u.-.d'-r.-'.-.ed v.:.. open a Stock book and Issue certificates to applicants on and after the 20th InsL on the following conditions: lit,(100 per share. In bankable money; 2d, not more than 100 shares tr/one person. Office hours, from 10 tol o'clock. New-York, Nov 18,1350. PHILO D M1CKLES, Prestdent. James Delavan, Secretary, nllilw ORRIS CANAL AND BANKING 31 COMPANY?Notice is hereby given to the subscrib? ers to the Preferred Stock of the Morris Canal and Bank? ing Company, that the sixth lustalimant of Ten Dollurs per share will be payable on the 1st of December next at the Office of the Company in Jersey City. Subsc ibers in Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington D C. will pay at the office of Messrs E. W. Clark k CO. Philadelphia JOHN D. POE, Secretary. Jersy City Nov. 19 1350 n20 tn30* G'ALENA AND CHICAGO UNION ?"RAILROAD COMPANY.?NOTICE TO STOCK? HOLDERS?Nodce is hereby given lo the H'.ocaho.ders of the Galena and Chicago Union Railroad, that an inilal. meet of three doilars on each share of the capital stock of the First Division of said road has been called, payable on the IPth day of Decent! er next. By order of ihe Board of Directors. W. M. LARKABEE, Sec'y. n25DliWtD10 AMUSEMENTS. BENEFIT CONCERT by the GIL LESPIE FAMILY.?A Complimentary Benefit will be given lo this highly talented Family bv tneir friends on THURSDAY EVENING, Nov. 23, at the New-York Med. teal College. ;n Thirieenih-st. near Foiirth-av. on which oc? casion will appear MU? MAKIA GILLESPIE. who per? formed bet?re Queen Victoria at the age of 3 years, and whose public peiformarices have given her rank wita the most eminent pi amis in Europe; also. Miss ISABELLA SMITH, who, though only 12 years of age, has been pro? nounced by Sir Henry Bishop and others as equal to some of the. most dittinguUhed vocalists of Europe. PROGRAMME. ?AaT i. Piano-Forte Duet..In whichjare introduced a variety of Irish Airs?Miss Gillespie. Czemy Song.Come per me Sereno"?Misa Smith... Beilini PiaoKoiteSolo..- Carnival de Venice "?Miss GU'espie. Schulhoo" Song.."TheFlower of Ellerslie-Matster Gil? les pie. E od wed Duet.. Piano- Forte and Fiute, from the Opera ci _ ., . Nortna?Bv Mr. ar.<l M:?? .. ?? . Behmi bong.. TheMocktog Bird, *'..n ??'i^^f*' ?.sbop Piaro-Forte Duet?In which are introduced a r . var ety of Scotch Airs?M !s? GiBeypie.... * ?? / Srng.."Bo'seof AllandaJe-'-Mast. Omesple.. Ballad.."Lovely Night"-Mi>s Smith. Duet..Piwc-Forte and Plu-e. from the Op*ra of Anna Bob-na-By Mr. and MusO---' B,.;...;! Sen?.."The Soldier Tir-td"- Ml" *JPjlh"r'mr?rt to co-.' Tickets. 3? cents j chuaien uaii-priuj. v. .. tner.f e si 8 o'clcck. ihis odns ^n'S from the The Plane-Forte to je useoon ?' .. ?? ??2t* manufactory of J B. Dunham, T' .rteentr.-sL tui <t Ci RAND VOCAL AND INSTUMFN < TAL CONC BRT -KKR01N ?SiVvnw i.n rw-*r TOR. PfuiM Crom '. ha? the SxSAadj)OC rk th,t tt, firx c?r.?-n win ?IvTp'?^Vfi??fc HALL, on SAH ROAV kv E NI N < 1 )m \<,t?5o ?Uled l.y Sifroon TRL'FFI be.ski.k.tt,: eSn^iL,i? hi the Astor-place Oreia Uoose; Midarae LoC'lS\ DOC tor, Pianist, sod ins- eumeDt VioJn Vboaoto p ori>* BEL. Concert Master fr..m Berit ' PROGRAMME. part t L Grand Due for two Piano-K?rle?, from -D.niu.i ..'el Lago,** composed by Herz, executed by Feld Edward and Madame Louisa D-etor. 2. Gron?l Air for Soprano, from"Don Juan," by Mozart, executed by Signora Trufh" Beuedetii. j. Grand Fama?.*, from " Somnambul*," for Piano, com? posed and executed by K. k. Doctor. 4. Fantas'a?Variations for Violin?on Themes from B'li'ni. composed by Artot, executed by Kerd. Griebel. 5. Cavatina, from " Psrisina," for Soprano, by r>oniiett), ex? ecuted by Sigii*.ra Truth BenedettL part ii. 6. Grand Coronation March. Mr two Orchestras, from Meyerbeer's Prophete. arranged for two Pianos by K. E. Doctor, and executed by himse.f and Midamo Loui*? Doctor. 7. oChansond' Amour, ) for Piano, composed and ex oOraiid Polka de Concert, \ ecu ted bv F. E. i)octor. S. Fanissia \ anaiton*. from National Air. " Yankee Doo? dle," for \ iolin. composed bv Henri Vieuxtemps, ex ecnted by Fare. Griebel, 9. ?Souvenir tf italic- Grand Etnde do Concert, for Piano, composed by Charles Maver, and executed by F E. Doctor. i'Fly. Bird, fly"?Caprice for Piano, composed by R. Vvfllmers, executed by K. E Do-tor. 10. ?? Brindisi." from "?Macbeth," by Verdi, for Soprano ex ecuted by Signora Truth Benedettl, 11. Wedding "March, frotn Mendelssohn's Midsummer Night's Dream. Transcription for Piano, by F. E. Doctor. Doors open at 7 o'clock. To commence at S precisely. Tickets filty cents, to all parts of that splendid Hell, are to he had at" the principal Music Stores aud Hotels, and Schul erthJt Co,'s European Music Depot; ?57 Broadway, opposite the Pai it and City Hall. P.S.?The above con>positions of Charles Mayer, Men? delssohn, Meyerbeer, Wiilmers, Vfeuxtempe, Itc are to be bad at our der?l, at d the oilier pieces will be published in Shhorl time by SCIIL'BERTH X CO. F/iropean Music Depot, 257 Broadway. uii it Tu.Th.FVS* OPERA GLASSES.?Just opened, a case of superior OPERA GLASSES. Also, a splendid variety ol medium and low priced Open Glasses. Also. Opera Fan* inelegant variety. *i TITTLE'S Emporium o 1 European Fancy Goods, S4o Broadway, ublxI door to Hitchcock i. Leadbeater's dry goods oatablishtuenLuJb' 2w? rpRlPLER HALL.-Musicnl Director -I. and Manager of the Establishment, Mr BOSCH V? The Manager has the honor oi anaoonclhg to the public that a grand series of AMERICAN PROMENADE CONCERTS, will be given in the above Hal! every Thursday, on the same scale of magnificence as those brilliantly successful and renowned Concerts of the furious Julien, In London, and MusH'd and I'ilodo. in Puns, whose names have spread throughout the w .ritt ss the originators if a new aud splen? did order of musical entertainment*. PROGRAMME ok the first american PROMENADE concert. THURSDAY EVENING, no\ ll.muek 23. P?kt I. !..Grand Overture?"Oazza Ladra". Rossini 2..Theme with Variations composed for tho Cornet a Piston?(performed by Mr. Bay ley, first Cornet a Piston of J'uiten's or? chestra, in London, his tirsl appearance in America)?I y. H. Kurnlg J..Quadrille?" Les Gamins do Pari?," as per? formed at the Grand Opera Bali, Parts, (first time). Musartl (..Septette for violin, viola, clarionet, horns, fa? gotto, violincello, and double bass, (Ibe si at part). Beethoven 5.. Waltzes? Le "Signal do la I'linse," the last work el'that popular composer, (lirnt time) Strausa Part II. 1..Grand Overture?"Anacreon". Cherublnl 2..The novel performance of u Quartette for Four Flutes, executed bv Messrs. Eben, Klnicklnstead, Siedler, and Baach, 3. .Quadrille?"Le Club des Femnies,'" as per? formed In Paris, al the Mobile Garden. (First time). Pilodo 4. .Polka- " Lea Etudiadl," from the repertoire of the Saile Vivienne Concerts. (First time). Mutard 5..Romberg's Children Symphony, (ti.stttme.) for cuckoos, penny trumpets, rattles, drums, triangles, tambuuriues, uightiu gales, quails, vlodtts and basses. A stupendous orchestra, erected on Julien aui Utuerd'a plun. One hundred and tw anty performers. Thss whole to be under tho" Immediate direction of Mr. BOSCHA. Tickets.50cents each, to all pans of the Hall, to bo had/ at the Hall only. Secured seata may be hud withotilexlra charge in the i.rat und second circles, for the enjoyment of the most novel and splendid coup d'aell which the prome ntiders will afford. Every third Promenade Concert, tha programme will contain more quadrilles, poikus, J.c. than usual, for Ihoao who may have u dispositiou to dam.> "... ? ,,f large orehestrn, when W ....uuaed, and an emlneni pro***-' .re. as in Parts and London, apnoiiii.?.! io , <mt part ol the amuaemeni. Tito ,.oi ioio.:e lo begin at 7fro'cicck. Doors open a16 9 PI ANS--Will be opened at tho AI JLhsmbraRooms,567| Broadway, on riHJRSDAY EVE? NING, November .'h, STANLEY'S NORTH AMERICAN INDIAN GALLERY,conlali tng 134 Oil Pshi^Ungs,consist? ing of i'ortrsils, lifo si/e of the principal Clnefa and War? riors of nliy dillerem tribes roving upon our Western and Soutb-wessern Prairies, New-Mexlc >. California and Ore? gon, together 'Ith L-ndscape views, GaOtfl, Dances. Bnf Islo Hunts and Domestic Scenes, all 01 which have been pHlnted in llieir own country during eight years travol among them, the whole forming one of the most Interesllnif and Instructive exhibitions Illustrative of Indian life and; customs ever before presented to the public Descriptive Lectures may be expected at 1 P M. on Wed. nesdayand Saturday; also, each Evening at 7i o'clock. 0| en at 9 A.M. to in" P AI. Single Tickeis 28 cents. Season Tickets $1. Can be ob? tained at the prL.cij u! Hotels n> d at the Door. ii.f) Iwinc STANLEY k DICK Ell MAN, Proprietors. BARNUM'S AMERICAN MUSEUM. ?P. T BARNL'.W, Manager und Proprietor, J. Green, wood. Jr. Assistant Manager.?Afternoon performances at 3?Evening, al 7 o'clock.?THI'RSDAY and FRIDAY, Nov it! and 291b, I8?0. Afiernoon, Gen. ToM TIH/Mtt wiil sppear >n his Impersonations ol Napoleon and Frede, rick the Great Alter which, the play oi THE GOLDEN FARMER. Evening, Ibe smoslog afterpiece of PERFEC? TION. After which, HOP CP MY TUG MB, per. formed by him over 2MI nights with distinguished sue. cess The enure Chinese Museum, lute of 039 Broadway, has been ailded io the oil.er cunosities of this establishment, containing overa million rnri> eitii a. Admission to tha Whole35 cetils; children under 10 years ol age, i.J cents, ITALIAN OPER \ H?USl A ST?R J PLACE-FRIDAY EVENING, Nov. 2?, will he per? formed Mozart's Grand Opera of DON GIOVANNI. Donna Anna.Slg/aTnifli Benedellt Dona Elvira..Stg'a A Palll | Giovanna. .Sig. Unneventano Don Otavio.Sig. Forii | Commendatore?Hlg Roal Conductor and Director, Max Maretzek; Leader, Mr. Kreuizer, Chorus Master, Mr. Hensler. Prices of adrals aion Par<;uet and Boxes, ft; Amphitbeater, 25 cents. Doors open at 1 to 7 o'clock. BU RTON'S^H EATER^^ rear of City Hall.?The nearest Theater to the large Hotels.?THIS F.VENINO, Nov. 2?, will I* nresected SECRETS WORTH KNOWING Rostrum.Mr. Lester | Mrs. Orevillv.Mrs. Russelt To conclude with the Fsree Of MY FRIEND IN THE STRAPS. Doors open at 6J?u> begin 7. Boxe? Dress Circle and Parquet, "x' eta; Family Circle, or Second Tier, 28 eta; Prt vale Boxet, ?yj and 85, Cushioned Ann-chairs, 75 cts. BROADWAY THEATER.?DOORS open at SJ?to commence at 7 o'clock.?THIS EVEN* ING, Nov. ill, wiil be presented the Play of THE BETROTHAL. Mario.Mr. Couidock I Fillppa.Mrs. Abbott To conclude wiih the Farce of A LIMN OF A LOVER. Peter Spyke ..Mr. Scharf | Gertrude..Miss A. Oougenbelm Prices of Admission i To Dreaa Circle and Parquet, 75c ; family Circle and Third Tier, 25 ; Gallery, 12% eta. NTBLO'S GARDEN.?Doors open at 64 ?to commence at 7J o'clock.?Ticket* 40 centi lo al] Darts if tie Saloon?Private Boxes, $5. Manager.Mr. JOHN ?EF70N THE WONDER KCL RAVEL FAMILY. THURSDAY EVENING, Nov. 2h. the performance* to commence with the new serious Pantomime, railed MIRANDA ; or, The Sculptor's Illusion. La Baron.Ar.toine Ravel | Miranda.Mile. Bertm To be followed tho BEDOITN ARABS. To conclude with the celebrated pantomime Ol RAOU L. Characters by die Ravel Family. TviTjLO'.S.?FRANCOIS RAVEL'S Is BENEFIT. FRIDAY, Nov 29 ?Divertts<:ment of 8 new Dances, JOCO, NICODEML'S, and DECHALC MEAL _ _ n2? lit 1VEW-YORK AMPHITHEATER, 37 I' Bijwery.?JAMER M. JUNE U CO. fFVff^l THIS EVENING. Nov. 28, w,.l be per/orm?fc, tb" Fairy Pageant of CINDERELLA: or, The Uttto0^^PP*O in which the characters will be ansta.n? ''Y*SJ'>A'Ln;?. less than 12 years of age. Preview WL^ffSASSwm scene, in the CI^^SCT*?S? sppear. The four best ^"^?^\ali Madame Benolt, Louise, M'l.e T;-?rni^. ?je H-? ^ will sppear on the ??e^?fu. ooon open at Si. per Boxes. & cenu; Pit, *Jl1'2!3?i n2> formance to commence at H ?e.oc*._ W l I.^M|OiickerbockerHal!,co^erTwentf-wl^^ , \- "Z?, lr Roar- of spofanie r-eiv?d nightly by Sw)Re S ur'cna ed Band St Harmonist Mmstrets; also. THORP ? ,fnfl) fu^g &r, Chinese Me SPi^^Itamm Uoto, ? hose a'i' with the Chinese Me bl ,b|c?V il irr n?Fi- are.l. BBSOrp*S*ed in the world ; b> SSer .ft ladieV favorite, th/juveaih> Parust. Door. gr?a W commer.ee at 7J. Admission 121 cents. 8e reined for ladies and ebMen. n23 it POSITIVELY THE LAST WEEK at PANORAMA HALL corner of Broad way and Walk ?r ?irrer of REAL/1 i CRAVEN'S MagmSceoJ Psno rama of A VOYAGE 10 AND FROM CALIPOR. MA giving View? of Pmlad'lpbis. Cape May, Charles? ton Porto Rico, Rio Janeiro, Care Horn in a Terrific ?>o'nn. Mazallan, San Francisco, Morfterey, Panama, the isihm'is, Chagres, Havana aud Boston Tbissuperb paint I i| <- isrgeai in the world was painted by GEORGG HElLGE on 13^."i0 leet of canvas, and Is over two ml!e? ;n leritlb ? .... Accompanied bv a Des? attve Lecture and Mnsic. A<'n.r.?ir,n 25 cepis Children u id er I?, half prices. Di .r. f?i en ,<i oj?Panorama moves 7J. T'<-rev. ilboanexmbi .. siterj Wednesday Aftenooa aid o'clock rOI??