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?HE HEWTORK DAILY TRIB?NE 19 PUBLISHED |
EVERY morning. (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED,) * ms TkiflUNF. MLDiKO* COaWE? OF ?*WCE a.ND na? ??i- ?tritts. oppos.tr thk city hall, ^.?^i Z cm SU??"?" for I* l-js Cr..? ?? 8*" ctii.?re? uj ?- ?rei.T. tber c?d ?v in njunx? at IV? ?^ ?^* '""^ fr ?l 50. TW Dollars rt advance re f-ilijt, ?11 exchanges w.tb Country Newwer? DaRj ?^?r?-~'ved m *a? office wtaos? fr/n* are bisher (hu rt*??, of Tie Tncaue are not a?ow-d aav difference. KEW-YORK WEEKLY tri kx'ne, a V*RY USm PATfi? FOE THE COUNTRY 1. Mb lahod every toturtayMorniiio, ? Oje l?vr price o. 12 T yuiBUin in advance- Eight copies for 810, or tw-bty f ;irf9l to one Sddre* for S 20, and the paper jj do case coo t-uttA beyond the um? for which it n paid. Ad r?rti(?-ment? for uVa sheet wii be Charged 2 C aTita psr ?>?s ?ach fjuer?oc, m THK 8EMI-WJBKHXY TRIBUNE pab'iirf jd fr"*ry rVcinfiday a::d Saturday mon ug, jpnc? |81 er tirrram. Two copies for $S '". ? forfS i iT^rtiterr.'siits, ? cents a line each Insertioi TUB * KW-YORK TRIBDNB FOR ftoeofean CiRCUtATt?M f* ja, ?dt>?':d on the d'?wriure of each Mtu. Si *..-!? r .'or i.r? ?y/Vj!. Prr-ie r <?;>>-, vr j>i ' ?< ?- -."-Ves ce, 6i Coois p S&EELE RELIGIOUS NOTICES. Farewell Meeting of Missionaries : iLMtmarie* for Kaw-Ai.-r.di, m toe interior oC West Arn ra, ui.der ibe careo? ibe American Missu nary Associatw ?? evcect lo sail eiirly next week. A Farewell Meeting wii & held at the SHI 1,0H CHURCH, Prtnce-st (Rev Dr l?BNNl?iCTOri'?)t?o blocks East of Broadway cm SUND A i KA KNiM ,at ..?.:;?>. *. Addresses will be made H>v. Mr Thompson, Missionaryfrom Africa and othera The .... i ig , : Missions are. invited to attend. J 8 .KK Kl.S N. i I.EWiS TAP PAN'. I c .1. (1. BENNETT. , ?'?"'""V1 I*/ Scnnon oo the Oe*ttaof Rev. Mr. Hayner. -Rev. Mr. BaLCH Will preach a Sermon on tbo death of H. v.Mr. Rayner in the ?icecker-st. Church (corner of Downing) TO-MORROW Morning. In the Evening be wili presch on the Position and Prospects u( Cut'iolics and Froltstanls. niW It* ilex. Abrabam Tyinli^ form-trly a Jewish 'Rjibtii. now a Christian, lur many y.-ars a .Missionary in Jeiiikal.'tn; recently from a Ml*f on of Inquiry to the .lews to Cbina, will preach ? Dlacuise in <?.? ruitnrvet. Preabvl^ riun Church, opposite Varick. on SABBATH, Dec. I. at 7 o'rlork P.M. lo aid tin'Auii-rnri' Si. Aiii-uiiratlnir the CoDdttioD of theJews. Subject?"The Jews and Jew? ish Missions In the Em*t." n (0 It' t*?-Sii!)both i.'veniriK Courue of Leciares.? A Lecture will t e delivered in tlirltefnnned Dutett Cti'i'--',, corner of Green und Houston st?. uextSABBATH EVE KIN(;,I)' c. int. by the Pastor?the Rev. w. it OoaooN? on the Ducti ine of a Particular frfvider.ee, in distinction from u Oenerul aa necessary to the fulfillment of God's purposes mid promises This will ti? illustrated by a Course of Lectures on the History of Joseph, during t'ie Winter. Services will commence at 7 o'clock. Bests free. n30 it I?7 The Firs?t Soeletv ol ttw? Netv-Jerasnlein meet every SABBATH MORNING r'>r Reliifiom Wur ?ldp at the "Church of the Mediator" in Elgh'li-gL Astor piac. Services (to commence punctually at I0J o'clock,) by Prof Burih, who is alaodelivcrinir a Course of Evening Lectures on eiiltiecle connected with the doctrines of the New-Jerusalem and the mission of Swedenborg; which Ibe public me respectfully Invited to attend. Sen-ices to commence at 7 o'clock. tu"' If V& Tho hee-ontl Society of ?irr New Jerusalem Bieels every Sabbath at inj A M. for Ur ine Worship, at jo W? st Washington-place. Pastor?R> v. Titos. Vvilks Subject?TbejparamouDt distinctive feature of ibe New l)t? petiialion?"The Internal sense of the Word of God," as unfolded in Iho writings of his chosen servant, Emanu*l BweDENBORG. Kenta fieu, and no Collection of money. If I 0 Komiinlntn.-Rev. Ii. M. OPwVHAM will rive bis Sixiti Lecture on the above subject to-morrow (SUN DAY) Evening, In the Freewill Baptist Ciiapei, Grand at. ..no door Esst of Broadway, at 7} o'clock Subject?The ItiTF.s of Romanism compared with those of Heathenism. jBeivices in the morning and alteruoon, as usual. nSO It* IV Hi'v. Dr. ffxdicrtsi. of flulti'oorc. :? ? i to Preach In the Seventh-sL M E. Church,on Sunday iT(J MORROW,) Dec. ist. Morning, Afternoon and Evening, at ibe Uiual hours. d30 It* ~& The Kot. M. 8. Hntton. D. D. will Preach In ibe Reformed Dutch Church, coiner of P.leecker and. Morion aU. TO-MORROW Evening -servleo to com? merce at 7 o'clock. Morning and Afternoon Services by the. Kastor at the usual hours. nSO it* tV Kev. I,eon Pilatte. of I'nrUj will preach In the Hsnunond-st. Congregational Church (Rev. Dr. I'ai tons') on next .SABBATH AFTERNOON, ai '.i o'clock, on the Religious Condliion aud Wants of France. n 10 it IV Rev. l-eoil I'Untrr, ol Puna, will du'lver an miure-sut the Tabernacle TO-MORROW EVENING, on iho Religious Condition aud Wants of Franco. Services to commence at 7J o'clock. n-io if I <B The Kev. BIr. ThompNoit. who has been on it Mission to Africa, where h>- oHected it reconciliation be? tween two hostile Trilies who bad been to War with each ??Iber lor nine jears, bus lately returned and will preach In the Mariner's Church TO-MORROW Morning, hi l"j o'clock. n3U It* tt' Kovs Newlon llestiou, ol Philadelphia, will preach To-morrow (SUHDAV i In the Etghleenth-iL M. E Church, (Eighteenth-aL near EighUi-av ) at I0J o'clock, A M. 3 o'clock und (? o'clock P. Mi A special collection will be lifted throughout tlie day. n30 it* Evangelical Worship every Sunday at St. Luke's Buildings, cornerof Grove and Hudson sis. Set's free. On Sunday first, Dec. I, Afternoon, at >j o'clock, of Trunsubatantiallon. by Rev. J. M-Betik, Evening, 7J. of the Parable of the Good Samaritan. nSO It' IV 'Church of the C'ood Sht-phrrd, Rev, Ralph Hovt, Rector, comer Marke: and Monroe-sts, I).vine Ser? vice TO-M?RROW Morning and Evening, at the usual hours. Seats Kteo. ntiO It* 11> Prmideni !>ittlnui will I'rcacli T. (SABBATH) Morning In the Free Congregational Churc Sullivan-st, near Houston. Ilia friends and the Public ai respectfully invited to attend. niln it* tV A Discourse will bo delivered in the Spring-8 Presbyteriau Church To-morrow (SUNDAY) Evening, i 7J o'clock, by ibe Pastor?Rav Dr. Campbell, Subject "Tbe Dangers Incidem to Youih." n 10 If 1 fOMESTEAD ART-UJS ION?ART AXaND COMFORT COMBINED.?The atteni m ol the public Is rt-spcctfully dlrocted loa proposition for the distribution of WORKS OF AitT, Embracing an entirely new feature from any heretofore afli.vied In addition to the certainty of procuring au elegant and highly valuable Engraving, which has heretoforeiSold at Seven aiid a-half Dollars; T wo Dollar? und Fifty cents more than the price of stihicrlption. a chance is also re served foi subscribers to obtain a HOUSE AND LOT. situated in Wllllamaburgh, within two minutes w?.k of Perk Sup Ferry, built during ibe present year, and cos: t'n'i'N ET Y-NIN KF1. K. iA v rlmTc'iVsTLY OIL PAINT? INGS cid ENGRAVINGS, richly framed In ornamental and plain g:it frames, which are now (in exhibition at the LOOKING-GLASS STORE, 106 Fulton-eL The disiri bntions ?ID bo made hi accordance wiih the plans of otlur Art-Unions. IV For particulars, see Ibe Catalogues. Drawing of the House and plau of arrangeiiienLcan be ob? tained at the above mentioned Store, where suhscrip'ions v ill be received. The subset ibersj tus far as possible, '.u cou trol the Drawing in any way they designate. Some pet son lor the small suit! of Five Dollars will re? ceive a valuable and comfortable borne; a.ud others, ele -a-ii and highly priced Oil Paintings aud Eegravinirs VVnhe all tubkCribers nuiobtaiu an Engravioe larsuoerior in e\ ecution and elegance, to any Picture distributed in this i mant-t ! A'l pi r?ot> dc-ir. u.-'l . e: cour;..-'.- llV-a e'.teri'^?.'. ate particularly requested lo procure a Catalogue contain? ing the pardculats, and as the uumber of tickets are limited an eatly subscription is advisah'e JAMES THOMPSON. !"6 Kuhon-sL I HOOPER & BROTHER will guarantee the dellverv^of toe House, Oil Paintingsaud Engravings. uSOSteod ' T17ATCHES, Jewelry and Silver v v Ware?Those who with to purchase Watches or 1 rW? !'n'' " S"'?!i-V.?0 ????? advantage to call on Urn ? ..V,i ^ '.* 59 f?'t'?umt.yr.-ce!xinc all descriptions of 4-t ","' ?wer watches, di.m from fie manufacturers la R?dtt?^ ' Sporns, Cup?, Korks, ic. 1 ^ Sterling ihter Gold Watches us [ow as 20 to $'3 each - ?'i"l a ? Jewelry exchanged, a:. Walchea ws--ht, i ,'n i! ~ good time, or the monev returned Wa'ciie n-s-t i Jew-iry repaired In the best manner ?m Y . much less than the usual pnee?. ' anJ ^^ated at GEO.C. ALLEN, Importer of Watches and lewelrv ! t30tf Wholesale and Retail, 51 Wall .u/g ' "?IKS. VAN HOi TKN^ SHIRT lfi FURNISHING ESTABLISHM EN r. 82 Nassau.? nrdesiined to become the retreat for the fsaMonableren. tienien ol Nevr-Yerk. Her new and splendid ?tylea of Winter Oopda are now ottered at very reasonable prices o-dvrs win be executed at i\ hours' notice, g--!? tu Msbed for tiie ball-room In elegant style. Call and see. cae Inieod' jj|50 REWARD.-^Stolen on Friday, 'ouhi?^oept',?7',J^0' ->om ?? ?tore of the subscriber. Sir? i lum Ut"d Pwenl L^ '-T "'nu-a. No. S-505, John . iI do. ons?iP??p0t,:i: m:d,;'r-. T,lt' aJ'"Vl' re"'ard ? be Paid ? c? ? >ui('d lf watch be returned on or tv in i . December, isso. - "_LEV1 SC11IBNER, 71 Fulmn-sf Awe^H F0R SALE-Located in ??w-Ha'? Ra& b^,? nu!o t?? New-York and -.lent land. ^XL*?*'?- w<*? 35 acre, of ex looking Long WaMBoSn /,*' WH ,w(l!t>red. and over IncuiifofE jo\v< * beamafWcountry resideeca SCR1BNKR or. Se^^.Tfwery,New-York, or JOSEPH - e'^ra.bea. no, , ?. - ... T2, rS^ve VINERIES rertut.eof railway t*tw Sucks Co. Pa outbedi The graperies are .a, ^^C'^ lnd f^W* Statt? Apply, either bv ? " ^ lsret'?- ?? the United JPlPDLE.61 South fourt-,t pi "r r: F**0*?' CRAIG LECTURE NOTICES. X3P England-Polltlcali Religions, SoclaJ. M r Morton. Mein! er of St. c?urn'i-'- Hi . C? n >r. i." Camaen S< c'eiv, College of Pre--ep:ors, ic. win gtve a se? ries: of ihr?-? Lectures at Ci'tnvn Ha I; tr?e first on the ev< - i ng* of Wednesday, December A, commencing it bait asi seven o'clock. England?PoBncai ? T..- leeturerw i ? this aui-jec: fully.?furnndi theoiitorical.'data.foreachstate? ment:** be traces the gradual n=e of_ People a* a Power, and the gradual decline of Monarchical. Aristocratic and Ecc'f siiatica) domination, the present state of parties, Rep? resentation, Effect* of Aristocratic ln^nence on Array, Navy. Church and Foreign Policy._nioit* IT Brooklyn Intitltnte.?The W r ( Lecatrea, Concert* and Dramatic Readings :.*fore me Mf-mt-T*. v...i oitnw; on VWd ..-da;.- \ni ?:???<: 5r7ih mat at 7 J o'clock, and be continued on every Tuu.-sday evening eurine the season. dial : Sheridan'a reading* from th Dec. 26?Revii Songs in the D Scandal. Jan. 2?Sherid-. Jan. 16?Rev. E. H. Cbapln: "The Man of the world. Jan ?3?Concert. Jan.3i'i? Rev II. W. Beecher: "Character." AdditioLid announcements for the month of Februarywul be made in the usual manner. Tickets for the Course >?!, admitting a pemlemn and two ladies of his family, may be had of either of the Lecture Commune or of the Janitor al the Iratttu!-. Wasrungtou streei ISAAC H. FROTHING?AM,] ARTHUR W BENSON, (Lecture NICHOLAS H. PIKE, f Com. n25tDec5* ROBERT NICHOLS, J ISI'KCJAL NOTICES. Or Notice.?The Sixth Anniversary of Mohegan Tent No SO, I. O. of R. will take place at the Knickerbocker Hull, Twenty-third-st and Eighth-av. on TUESDAY EVENING. Dec 3d 18.W. Good Speakers and Mngera are engaged for the occasion. The Order are particular y invited to meet with the Tent al iheir Room idSixteenth-st. between Seventh and Eighth avs. at 6} o'clock, to accom? pany tbem to the Hall. The Public are a's'i invited to at lend. JOHN II. DAMSON. C. R. J. G. Garrison. R. S. tu" Ztis* rp Notice--T'i THE JOlT'NEVMilN I'A!I.<>R-s (iK NEW-YtiRK? H he mit. A I.eport was made to the Society on Wednesday evening last, that Mr. raulson ol Broadway, Mr. Medeof Dey-st Messrs. Doughty ,v. Pear sons <if Broadway, and Messrs. Devon V Chany, Broad? way, bad all refused lo pay the Bill of Prices, signed by tbem sometime ago. Therefore, this is to give notice, thai the men in their employment will meet at the Sixth Ward Hotel on MONDAY morning, Dec. 2, at 9 o'clock, for the purpose of Striking againsl said Employers, ami setting a walcli upon their Stores, umil they redeem their promise lo the Society, and act jusily by their men. By order of Society. Joll.N McCAULEY, President. Joski h Mathers, Sec'y. njS 21* tV* Gregory''? California Express.?The aub scriperswill forward tneir next Express for California, pereteamer ONTARIO, on MONDAY, Dec 2, at 3P. M. Parcel* and freight received until in A..M on Monday, Dec. 2. THOMPSON A HITCHCOCK, Managersand Agents, 1 if Pearlst. corner of Wall. P.S.?Shippers by this Express can avoid the annoyance and expense of clearing their goods at the Custoui-House. Terms reasonable. n293'.is V%> II ?. <?. (-riffln is in Town he is requested to rail at 10 Wall-st. ibis morning. n30 It* R" St. Andrew's Society??The Si Andrew's So? ciety of ihe Stale of New-York, will celebrate their Anni? versary Festival on SATURDAY. tbeSOth Inat Dinner will he served al the Irving House ;?J o'clock. Ticket* may be obtained from anv of ihe Managers Wm.ll Maxwell, Wm.Whitewright,Jr. Alexander McKenzie, Samuel Cochran, John K. Mackie, William Brand. The Members are requested to assemble at I o'clock pre ?lselv for the transaction of the usual preliminary businesa. ?28 St* Cy Dr. I.iiteiier'm liar Infirmary. 2j Warren I al. near Broadway, open from 9 till 3, for the exclusive treatment of ear disease*, deafness. Discharges from the ear, and all unpleasant noises In the head cured in a .short time, without risk or pain. Consultation fee,?1, by letter or otherwise. Unpaid letters refused. T y. S T I M O N I A L S . Mv thanks 1 publicly tender lo Dr. Lotener, Aurist, 2J warren-st for the surprising cure he ha* performed on me : I wa* for four years troubled with deafness In one of my ear*, accompanied with a disagreeable discharge from j the external ear. and I tried tin Iii -: physicians in tins city, | Philadelphia. BaJdmorn, Cincinnati and New-Orleans, with- i out the least benefit, and was cured by the above named gen Ueman In ihe short space of 3 weeks. J. DOLBEER, 17 Bavard-sL JOHN CLOVER, Jr. builder. Franklin-avenue, Brook- ; lyn, was cured ol deafness and discharges from Ihe external k'.ur. of 2<i years standing. Miss ADELAIDE BROWN, daughter of Capt, Wm. i Brown, Bay State steamer. Kall River, wagjeured of very 1 disagreeable discharges and her hearing very considerably benefitted. FRANCIS LOUIS, Prospect Hill, Brooklyn, was as deaf a* a post and cured in one week, WM. I\ ODD. son of Solomon C. Wood, Goshen, Orange County, was cured Of Deafness, accompanied with dis charges from Uio external Ear of 16 years standing in six weeks. The above rases were considered incurable, and all Deafness attended with Scrofula until Dr. LL'TENER'S treannenl wa* discovered. Numerous oilier testimonials to be seen at his office 24 Warren-st. n21 lm* pp" Facts lu Physiology.?Carelessness in treating Lheliuir is the p evaiung source ol incipient baldness, which I* promoted bv the accumulation of substances which de? range the healthy capillary action necessary for luxuriant growth. The beat cure for the disease, confirmed our in? cipient, beyound oil question, is Bogle's Hyperion Fluid, sold by the Inventor, William Bogie, 227 WashingtOtt-St, Boston. ton-st. Boston; niso, by A. B. D.Sands, 100 Fulton-tt.; Rusbton, Clark _ Co. 110 and 273 Broadway, New-York. Bp' Mercantile Library Association,?A Meet? ing of the Members Of this Association Will he held in the Lecture Room, Clinton Hall, on MONDAY Evening, Dec. 2, at 7 o'clock, for the purpose of appointing a Com? mittee to nominate officers for Hie eustiiug year. By order, n2J WFSatetM C. W. OODEN, Ree Sec. Dr.J.W. Kt-dfield, Physiognomist.-II Barclay-si n 191 in WANTED. A NTKD?Ai ii enl era. drug ci< i:a!s. farms i coachmen. > work servai trv. SituaUd ANTED TO LEASE?A TiCTANTED?Carriers for New-York ? V and Brooklyn, who will establish Route* and De? iner HoLOtt.n's Magazine?also reliable and efficient Can? vassers. A liberal commission allowed. Apply a: the oil.ee, 109 Nas>au-st. ' Viu 3: A JOURNEYMAN Bookbinder, of uTm. tica,:i l.abiis, wanted, logo lo apleasani vii.asre in ihe Stai of Ne? -York, w here constant tmpioy will be gi ret One accustomed to Blank Work in common with other binding, preferred. Inuuiie at 5 Spruce-sL nSOlw ANTED.?The Union Mutual Life Insurance Co. Office 37 Wall-st. (Jauncey i" :iri over Drew. Robinson i; Co.'s, wl 1 employ two or three compete-.! men, of good address, as agents to solicit ap? plications [for Life insurance. The best of references r e? quired. Apply between 9 and 10 A M. nSOSWeod WAITED?For a Paper Mill, a Su ? ? perintendent and Fourdriuier Machine Tender. The best ol references required. Also, a good second hand Sil? ting Desk. Inquire 2-12 Pearl-sL up stairs. n30 ltT W\'ANTED?150 AGENTS to sell a v V cew Manual for families. As high wages can be realized as at any similar establishment- Call or address, fost paid, the American Family Publication Establishment, 28 Nasssu-si. N. Y. 6ecoud floor. n6 Im* \VANTED IMMEDIATELY?In the ? " vicinity of South Seventh and Fourth sts. WIL LIAMSBURGH, L L a small and convenient DWELL? ING-HOUSE. The rent must be moderate. Also to Leue. a pjat 0f grouDj suitable for a Carpenter's Shon. vc. with the privilege of buying at a subsequent date. Adires* St* ? H. RUSSELL, 63 A'.iorney-sL \VANTED?An experienced SALES ^* " MAN, i;] oue ct oje larjest wholesale Clothing nouses in this citv. Ouevv to could inSuence a large amount 01 casb custom from this State would be preferred. To such a person a liberal salary would be given, with a prosv ^Wt, i'! """^ advantages. I nexrepiionatiie reference* would be required Address Box 937, Post-Oliice. n29 3n* WANTED? A young Man in a LAMP .? . s^ORE. One tarn"liar wtth the busine?a preferred. A'K DlXTZ. BROTHER i. CO. "*? ^_ 13 Joba-*t J UCRATIVE EMPLOYMENT riven iV^l? a. d!e* 0eo^enien who havr leisure Ume. tn a l/or_u.enitiie t...-.._.:.,r.i may i,e derived a* soon a* acuuir ^Tm. STwrfa^eT^ between the hours of tan and (am, ZrM^t lir Broadway. Pre^um ANTE ANTE py to reh*?i'--s* commission! ..?"State of Nicaragua. Th \VAVn;ii-x;' '- fS3 Philadelphia Post-Office. Terms Bberal to one suitably Men who are engaged fa travel .ng tl with team?, either in the wholesale INFORMATION WANTED?Of the . following SOLDIERS, wbo served in the War of 1912, who resided in New-York or its vicmltv in 183', viz: John Jordan, John Mav. James Ca'rol. Thum? Henry, Thomas Brown, W?nam Davis, Thomas Sly. Constant Hmin, John Leicester. Andrew Murdock, Patrick Co,.ins. Lawrence Lane- Mnrdica Evans. Robert Snale. John C. Stiles. Sam? uel R'anriai.and Edward Farrel. Either of the above, or llieir heirs, may bear of something to their advantage by spplyihg to H MATTISON. 3 Nassau-si_nil -V HHO HAMMERSMITHS?Wanted, a X good TILT ER. Apply at the New-York Casuteel Workr, foot of Twex.y-f' urth-st. East R:\er. New-York. n26 if WAIST PLACES T( a most desirable opportunity tor Tradesmen und store? keepers who have not sufficient occupauon for a Clerk, to have their bills made out and books attended to at a small consideration. Most satisfactory references given. Ad? dress J. B. Tribune newspaper office. tiSO Ivy* AS Seamstress, by a respectable young ? Girl, she is also a good Milliner and Dre-a-maker. Rest ol city reference given. Can be seen for two days, at 4(2 Tenib-tt. between avenues C and I>. n30 It ?PROTESTANT Servants, of every the existence of an institution, where they can at any time get excellent servants. Several hundreds of the first fami? lies In this city and vicinity have given the subscriber flat? tering proof of the success of his efforts by the high terms of praise in which they sneak of servants they have obtain? ed through his Agency. He returns them his sincere thanks orl30e^,Paro,laeTean f'ral,eo " o/M.'eLMORE. AS Coachman in a private family, by a sober, steady, single Man? English, and a Protestant. Has a perfect knowledge of Horses and Carriages. City or country. Good recommendations given. Address William, cate of Mr. Spink, 407 Broome-st. n.O It* Trustworthy Young Man wishes a A - situation In some respectable business. Would pre? fer a situation in a liook or Dry floods Store. He has been engaged in the Book and Fancy Goods business for four years. Has good reference, and would loan his employer ?6i 0 or SSOOlf desired. Salarv not so much an object as a permanent situation. For further particulars address C. B. this office. nod It* AS First-rate ( 'ook, Washer ami Iron - er, by a respectable Protestant Woman. The best of reference given from iier last employers. Call at 43 Jay aL n29 2t* AS Waitress, by an active, intelligent Girl, who has had considerable experience. She may be seen for a few days at the house of her present employ, er, 118 Ninth-sl. to whom she refers. n2ti 2t* AS Cook, Washer and Ironer, or as Chambermaid and to mind children. by*? respectable fiirl. in a respeclable family. Can come well recom? mended. Call atl07 East-Thirteenth-st. in the basement. nS9 2i* AS Matron or Seamstress, in or about the cilies of New-Vork or Brooklyn, bv nn American Lady, who has spent the last 15years in a Roanling-School. Good references given. Can he seen for three days. Ad? dress M. B. 210 High-it. Brooklyn. n2fl 3t* WANTED, SITUATIONS for a nurn f f her of excellent GIRLS and CHILDREN, recently arrived, free from city habits and associations, and willing to work for moderate wage?. Application to bo made at the office of Couiniisaioueri of Emigration, la the Park. No charges. s.14 1/ BOARDIiNG. BOARDING.?To let, it dt.-irabio Room and Bedroom in a modern built House, occupied by a small pleasant family, with Breakfast and Tea, if desired. Location pleasant, and convenient to Broadway. Apply at 120 Greene-st. one door below Prince. References"re? quired. u3uit* 1 ^\\ U or three Gentlemen or a Gen? tle. d W ife can be pleasantly accommodated ilb BOARD in a very desirable location. House aup ied with nearly every modern convenience. To persons quiet habits, and desirous of a real home, the vacancy at has just occurred oilers a favorable opportunity. 030 It- 1?.-; pRINCfi-ST. OOARD WANTED?For two Ladies . -?-?ai.d Servant, in vicinity of Second-av. For Gentleman i and Lady between Grand and Bleeckersts. For Gentleman i and Lady not above Houstou-st Apply at the Agencf, , corner ol Reade-st. and Brtiadway. nie it* B~"??RDING.?67 Vari.-k-st. near St. John's Park; a large From Room on the Second door and one on the Third floor, with good Pantr-s attached ? either furnished or unfurnished. Also?Rooms for Single ! Gentlemen, with firat late accommodation, on very raoJer . ate terms. "? w, ?!,? A GENTLEMAN and WIEE-Or a -?*-coup!e of single Gentlemen can be accommodate' With a bacdsome ROOM on the first floor. Also a few single Ladies or Gentlemen with BOARD.by application to Mis. McCLELLAND. he Fourth-sL Tue hjuse is furnishdd wiih the modern improvements, and very desirably locate 1 within one blocked the Knickerbocker.'line of Stages, and convenient to the Huusonst. and Sixth-av. lines. The most satisfactory references given. n29 3t* BOARDING AGENCY, 289 Broadway, corner of Reade-st. Room No. S Lafarge Ilui'dings. Laoiea and Gentleman In want of B< iAR D snll, by calling, t:nd exactly the apartments tiieyrequire, a::-! Housekeepers having ROOMS to Rent, will'find just the pet sons to oc? cupy them that they want. n29 lw* BOARD ? Wanted above Bleecker-st. near Broadway, by a single Gentleman, comfortable accommodations. Those answering the advertisement will oblige by stating location of room, hour for meals, and terms. Address b?s 2.8S1. ni9 3t* B OAR-DIN wilh Pantries, h BOARD, in Jt ROOMS to LET. with Partial BOARD. -A fine large FURNISHED KOi >M will be Let to a single Gentleman, with Breakfas: and Tea, who desires the comforts of a home. The house is pleasantly situated in Waverlv-place, near Broadway, au.l has the conveni? ence of Baths, Water-Closets, iic. References exchanged. Apply at?: Waverly-place, or at the Wine auc Tea Store of U.'B. GREENWOOD, 17 Broadway. n29 6f A TTENTION.?A Pleasant FRONT ROOM and Pan in- to Lei. with BOARD, to a Gemle ; man and bis H ife. or tw I and required, inquire a! n28 lm* APLEASANT G"ni!emin and Lad j nisbed or unfurnished), c i place. T 1HREE OR FOUR FURNISHED ROOMS, n Ith or without BOARD, can be obtained ny applying at niS 5lTi.SJ.M BOARD?A BACK ROOM on Third Floor, suitable for a GENTLEMAN and his WIFE, or two SINGLE GENTLEMEN, n ay be had at No. 11 L? roy-place. Bleecker-**. n23 2weod* BOARD.?A Gentleman and his Wife can be accommodated wiib a PARLOR and BED? ROOM. Also, iwo or single Gemlemen. at t? Lexinjrtou avetitie. References exchanged. _n~ si' BOARD?Can be obtained at 89 Warren tL Brooklyn, for Gentlenen, or Gentleman and their Wives, in a Private Family. The house is large aid con? venient, end v.l.Lin a few minutes wait of the South Ferry. nS6 lw* _ BOARD in WILLTAMSB?RGH.-A gentleman and his wife, and one or two tingle gentle? men, can be accommodated with pleasant rooms in a PRI? VATE FAJH1LV, at 56 First-*L one minute'a walk from the Peck-al:p Fetn-. Boats run even- five minutes during Iba day. Location very deairalV.e?house facing the water, commanding a ?se view of Brooklyn, New-Yors. East River, kc o31 ?u? PLEASANT FURNISHED ROOMS X to iet w.m Breakfast and Tea. it No. 7 park Place. ???RDING ? A Gentleman and Lady ?Jit Single Gentiemen may have full or partial Bjard i n F'riv: ;e Fiz.i y Hi i t West Eleventh at. neir Broad ay. 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Greeley 4: McF.Irath, New-York; Sleeper A: Rogers, Boa ton; MoH'ait At Co. James King, J. Winchester, Esq. E. C. Kemble, Esq. San Francisco. nl2 tin AMisEr>ii';r\r8. fXiRlPLER HALL.?Musical Director -A- and Manager of the Establishment, Mr. BOSCHA.? Tie Manager has the honor of announcing to the public that a grand series of AMERICAN PROMENADE CONCERTS, will be given in the above ilali Monday evening, Dec. 2, on the same scale of magnificence as thosi brilliantly suc? cessful and renowned Concerts ofthe famous Julien, In London, and Musurd and Pllodo, in Pari-, whose names have spread throughout the world as the originators of a new and splendid order of musical entertainments, PROGRAMME of Til f. sr.i OSD american promenade CONCERT, mondav evening, december 2. Part I. ? ..Grand Overture?"Gazza Ladra". Rossini 2..Theme with Variations, composed for the Cornet a Piston?(performed by Mr. Bay ley, lir-t Cornel a Piston of/alien's Or chestre, In London, bis Brat appearance in ?.. Quadrille?" 1 formell ai (first time), 1. .Septelle for vi golto, viol] first parti.. ?'.>.. Waltzes? "Le Pllodo Musaid gaies, quails, violins mid bas-es. A stupendous orchestra, "'reeled on Julien and Musai'd'o plan. One hundred and twenty performers The whole to be under ihe'immediate direction ol .Mr. BOSCHA Tickets .50 cents each to ail pi.rts of the Hall, to be h.ul at (he Hull only. Secured seats may be bad without extra charge in the first and second circles, for 'he enjoyment of the most novel and splendid COUpd'oell Waich the prome nadcrs will allord. The performance to begin at "1 o'clock. Doors open atti. OPERA GLASSES.?Just opened, a case of superior OPERA GLASSES. Also, a splendid variety of medium and iow priced Opera Glasses. Also* Opera Fans inelegant variety, at TITTLES Emporium o I European Fancy Goods, J-IO Broadway, next door to Hitchcock At Leadbeater'a dry goods estabUshment.n2G2w* ITALIAN OPERA HOUSE, ASTOR J PLACE.?Benet t ? ?? g Men's Hebrew Bene? volent Association.?Tbo Committee of the above-men? tioned Benevolent Asaociation have the honor of informing the public that they bare made an arrangement with Ma t Maretzek, Esq., director of :i.e Italian Opsra Company, for a;; extraordinary performance, th'- en tire proceeds of whicli will be devoted to the char!table purpose of gratuitously distributing fuel. On this occasion w..i be performed, for the first tune fortheia-1 twu.e,*. .... I. A SONNAMBU LA? Signers A Bertucca, Slgaoritta Pernni, SIgnor Forti, Signor NovelJl. The ihird act of ERNANI?Signora Truth Bene i.etla. Si/nor Lor.r.i. S-gicr Bew.vt.tano. The favorita) ballet oi PALiCIT.V-Mile. Nathalie Elt/;ame,.Signor Gui seppi Carese. Prices of admission? Boxes and Parquet, $1-50; Amphitheater, So cenls. Tuesday evening, Decem? ber^ isit'. win be performed, for the frsttlme the laat two seasons, he.urn's favorite opera. In two acit.of LA SON NA.MBTLA?Amena, Signora A. Bertucca; Eliza. Slgno ru:h Perm., i E. . ::.o.r Fort:: I.conti, Signor Novelli. The third act of Verdi'? grand opera of ERNANI?Elvira, Signora Truth BenedettJ j Ernaai, SignorLorird: Carlo Be nevemano. To conclude with the favorite ballet of PA OLTTA?Pa<;iiiu, Mile. Nathalie FTtzjames ; Luciane, Slg. Giuseppe C arete; Intsro. Sig. Neri. The bouse on this oc. :. w i ? at t.y i'hmi'.ated. i 'ondu/Uor ar.d lea ler, Mas Mareizek; leader, Mr. Kreutzer; Chorus Mjater, Mr! Hensler. Doors open at li o'clock. To commence at 7 o'clock. Ticketa to be bad at the box office, and of E. M. Swart, 28 Oliver-st: Gex Godfrey, 63 Water-st:R. Benjamin. 9? Chaiham-st: Joseph Aden, 159 Pearl-st; S. i ? a. Treasurer, 174Water-?t. II. B. Herts,Jr , President, 16 Jobn-st P. J. JOACHIM580N, Chairman. 113 Nassau-?. E. l:. Yovkc, Secretary, >t Ea-t-Broadwsy. ITALIAN OPERA HOUSE, ASTOR -I PLACE.?SATURDAY EVENING. Nov. 30, will be performed, f r=t time, Donizetti'- Grand Opera, in 3 art-, of GKMMA.DI VERGY. (lemiiiA.Sig'naParodi j Coi.tedl Vergi..Sur. A vignoni T .owed bv. :or u.? iast time, the Grand Bailet eor* ; i ied by M. Pali pa, expreseih for Mile. Nathalie Fi:zj?"i/m, ?milled PAUL ITA. ?^^?? Music by Ad. Adam. Composer of GIseBe. Gen. D Kr"11/' French Commander of Sarago/za. Mr. Vincent: Psspuu,*" Orphan with ihe Gitsmos, Siiie. jit/james. *9j?ZJzZZ BURTON'S THEATER?C^ambers-sj. rear of City HalL-Th* nearest T^.^',^* Hotels?THIS EVENING, Nov. 3?, willbeplayed .nen .v Drama by S< rib<-. in 3acls. of uvarr.(TY G1RALDA. OR LOV E AND M,VfTMf/ Sk-r.- : Philip. King of Spain, Mr. **^?mMv mcefi**tul, of Kece'ntric ^^WlWrM^Pf" *iY fr??*? -rr-e.r.eiy uwghabls Drama, of To roaeWe ?"?"> j'^Wi/LES. ! ASTOR-PLACE OPERA HOUSE.? : ~- \ THIRD GRAND (iALA NIGHT-New M?cMnery by Mr. Tunlfoti; New Dresses, by Mr Debttrrc; Properties, t bv A. K. Gilbert: New Scenery led D-corattou*, bv F Grain. I rice*of admission-Secured Seat*. Box and Par i yHfiM' 4dmi*?i"n 0? the evening of performance, Al?_ibltf!!.*5fr'50 J*?*- performance of Donizetti'. , celebrated Oner*, in 3 acts, ?f Gr MM \ Dl VERGY?Sig DOrina TERESA PARUDl _ FoorAMrrwrn^Me.of_ltin. e*d?>rated M,.i_n.rf?W!? NA? THALIE HT/ JAMES, Premiere Dantease from the I orand Oner?, Par:*; It.-r M*Je?ty? Tbeater, London: La Scala. Milan; San < ar o, Naple*-and of S ??? rGlUSKPPE j CARF.SE. Fir*! Dancer from '.be G.-an l tWr. (? piro, i,. ' the grand Ballet. :.r. ii.ns- t.;,:?-, ?r- r?I-1 WoUil ! will be performed for the last time SATURDAY EVENING, Not.9?. \\ ill be performed. DoDizettP* grand Opera of GEMMA Dl VEROY. Gemma.Signortos terk?a parodi i onto Yergy.Slgaor Avignone Ida.?.Sigiiorma A Patil Tarr.?s.Signor Lorinl Guido.Signet NovelU Relaru'o. . . .S gn?r Glubilet The Opera wbe followed by lae grand Ballet, com po?-u bv Mr Pau'pe expressly for Mile. Na bane Fit/.'sme*. Imuileii PAQUITA .Music by Ad. Adam, composer of Gisel.e. CHARAl I MRS. Gi oeral D'Erv?ly, French couuna?derof Sara* gozza.Mr. Vincent Luciano, his son.< eusoppe Larvae D?.n Lopez deMendoza, Spanish Governor of tbeProvince.M.-Ready Seraphina. bis s.-t. i.Mme. Guibilel lingo, ci ii i of Giianoa.Signor Neri Paomta. an orphan, w I thetl tanoa...MUe FIT/JAMES Ladies, (.ietitlemen, Giianos, fee . by the?Corp? de Ballet PKI.Vt ? PAL DAM KS BXSCV l KD DOSING th >'. b w.l.kt. Pirat Tableau?CbaracterUtic Dance by the Corps de gal lei: in whicl M le i ? ?? e* wi I dance "Loa Malaghe m-." followed by ll.Casrigilana.' by Mile. Fit/jame*. Last Tableau?Minne' et G.troe. bv the Corps de Bailet: I'ss ile Dca\ bv Mile. Fltzjame* and Siguor Carese. TbeOrk-ra House ? be bi tianUy illuminated, and th? ntai.a.'.er heg? to sssii.v the ptib.i.- i':.i; 1 e w ,1 .-pare no ei foils to give unusual e,;,[ this grand gala night. Conductor and Director, M?\ Mareizek; Loader, Mr. Kreutzer; Cboru*Master.Mr Hensler. Doors open at 6 o'clock) to commence at 7 o'clock. No orders. No free list. u30 Itua KlilCKKR??CKi: R~Tl ALL. ~Cortic x of ?i st and Sth-avenue -This is the L \s P N1G HT for some time of THORP'S HARMONIST MINSTRELS, at the Knickerbocker Hal- alao.of Mons eur Alexander, the gieaiest Magician ever lived, who will perform thW evening for the Ins'., together with the Chinese Dancmg Ft urea Go earlv if vou wan: seats, Unruly boys not ad ii.i ti .1. Seats secured tor Ladies and Children. Doors open at ti o'clock, to commence at 7j. Admission iCj cents._ [ELEVENTH ANNUAL BALL of the JQiHIBERXl VN BENEVOLENT BUR! VLSOCIETY, wiil be beicl al Castle Garden.on Wednosdny evening, De? cember 4, l s."?>. The proceeds of tbia Ball, as on former oe c .-ions, will be devoted to Charitable purposes). The Com? mittee of Arrangement? therefore rely upon thellbcral sup? port of a generous public to carry out theil charitable in tsnlions. No pains wiil be spared to rendei this Ball eonal, if not superior, to anv of the Society** former Boll*. T. G. Adkin's ceiebransi Washington Bin-- Band 1*engaged for the occasion. The H^ir will be under the msnajeinem of Mr. D. .1. Luca*. Tickets *l each JOHN BURKE, Chairman. Nicholas Walsh, Treasurer. Miciiaki Redmond,'Sen:Secretary. nio3tisua' r 11 RIP LE R riTLLT^TlTE 1^ en? jl GRAND SACRED CONCERT of Mailame ANNA USH0P "ill take place on BU SDAY EVENING NEXT. Dec. 1. I8.5<i. on mo snme magnitcen' scale as before. PROGRAMME. tart i. t. .Overture to the Siaba! Mater of Rossini, com? posed in 1845, at Naples, to precede the performance of that groat W ork, by.Meicadante 2..Aria?From " Ellas'-.Mendelwobn ? Sung by Mr. Philip Mayer 3..AriR-"Inl!ammaiiiB.' sung by.Mad. Anna Bishop With Cnorus. 4..Air?" He was Despised." The Me*?lah... fllande! 5..Haudel* DEAD MARCH, from his Oratorio of "Saul." performed by tho full Orchestra .last Sunday, as an ham. age to the memory of tho gifted and lamented Mendela?ohii. 6..Hvmn?Ava Maria. Shubert Sung In German bv Madame Anna Bishop. 7..Rossini's lost Uacred Composition, THEaFAI TH. No from bis Ch?eufa Rellgleux. Second time In tblscounlry. "ToSoulsln Days ot'Angulab." Semi-Chorus, with Solo Parts. pakt it. In which ? ill be repeated ?oaio of the favorite Piece* ? last Suiidav. . , . L.tiraml Overture to Athalla..Mendelssohn 2..The Prayer ol the Penitent amidst a storm? ?? W ie brauet durch die Wipfel". Schuber? Sung in German bv Mine. Anna Bishop. 3..Aria?CailadaJ cigllo II veto, from the Orato? rio of .Mose? in Egypt, sung by Signer Novell!. Rossini Pnaraoh, King of the Egyptians, upbraid. ? lug Eoses for endeavoring to convert hi* people. 4..Cherublni's Oileitorium. Ecce]Pauls An. xelorum. Schubert Sung bv Miss E. lie Luce. 5..Catalanl's celebrated Song. - Gratia* Agimu*," Sung by Madame Anna Bishop. Clarionet (Jbllgalo.Mr. Slarck. U..Hallejiijah Chorus-From the " Messlali.... Full Chorus Ticket* 50 coins, to all parts of the Hall, to be had at the principal Hotels and at the Hall. The performance under the sole direction of Mr. BO CHSA. The most imposing, numerous and splendid Orchestra ever assembled together in this country. Grand Chorus under the superintendence of Mr. LYS TER. To commence at 7J o'clock, und to conclude at 10. Seats can be secured In the Grand Tier only, without any extra charge, at the Hail the whole of Saturday, Nov.3?, and at the Hull on Sunday. Dec. I, from I to t. ii2"J 2t (^RAND VOCAL ami Ii^fR?llKN JTTAL CONCERT.- Fl I! DI NA Nil EDWARD DOC? TOR, Pianist from Vienna, has the honor to liifo-m the pub. lie that hia lirsl Concert will lake place at TRII'LER HALL, on SATI RDAV EVENING.30lhNovember, as aisted by Signora 'lit i 'Ft I BE N E DE TT I, Prima DomiH mi the Asn.r-place Oner*-Hou*e: Madame LOUISA DOC? TOR, Pianist, snd the emmenl Violin Virtuoso, F. GRIE? BEL. Concert Master from Beilln PROGRAMME. i'akt i ). Grand Duo for two Piano-Forte*, from "Donnndel Lego," composed by Her/, executed by Fnrd. Edward and Madame Louisa Doctor. 2. Grund Air for Sopraeo. from" Don Juan," by Mozart, excelled by Slgnorn Truth Benedetli. 3. Grand Fantasia, from "Somnambul?," for Piano, com? posed and executes by F, K Dgc\ ,, 4. Fanusia?Variations Mr \Tolln?im Tbdr?el fron Belli ni composed t-y A riot, executed by Ferd. Griebel. 5. Cavaiina, from " Paiisina," forSopruno, by Donizetti ex? ecuted by Signora Trufll Benedetli l'art ii. 6. Grand Coronation March, for two Orchomraa, from Meyerbeer's Prophet--, arranged lor two Pianos by F y. Docior. Hud executed by hlmim.f and Madiune Louisa Docior. I 7. nChansond'Amour, Jfoi Piano,composed.andex i iGrand Polka de Concert, ( salted by F. E. Docior. 8. Fantasia Variation*, from National Air. - Yankee Doo? dle," for Violin, composed by Henri vTeuxtetnDS ex ecuted by Ferd Griebel. 9. ?Souvenir d'Italic??rand Etude de Concert, for Piano. composed by Charles Mayer, and executed by F. E Doctor. fc"Fly, Bird, fly"?Caprice for Piano, composed by K. Willmers, executed by F F. Doctor, lb. " Brindisi," from " Macbeth/'' by Verdi, for Soprano, ex? ecuted by Signora Trulli Benedotti, II. Wedding Murcb, from Mondelssohn's Mldaumrner Night's Dream, Transcription for Piano, by F. E. Doctor. Doors open at 7 o'clock. T j commence at 3 precbt'ily. Ticke!.- flfty cents, lo all par:* of that splendid Hall, are tobe had at the principal Music Siores and Holels.and Schuherih *: Co '? European Muoic Dep<ii, z.W Broad way, opposite the Paik and City Hall. I S ?The above compositions of Charles Mayer, Men? delssohn. Meyerbeer Willmers, Vieuxlemp?, ttC are to be had at our depOt, a: d the other pieces wiil bo published in a short time by SCHI BERTH V CO. European Music Dej.ot, i57 Broadway. a?) UTUjTh.FitS" TV' IIJLO'.S"?FRANCOIS RAVKL'S il BENEFIT, FRIDAY, Nov. Z) -Dlverllaornent of 8 new Dances, joco, NICODEMUS, and DECHALU M-EAU._rx28 |( IVIBLO'S (URDEN^j3oof8 open aTrii 1 ? ?to commence at 1\ o'clock.?Ticket* I*) cent* to at] Sana ef the Saloon?i'nvans Boxes, ?5. lanager.Mr. JOHN flEFTON the WONDERFUL RAVEL FAMILY. MONDAY EVENING, Dec 2. the txtrformanco* wi loom. mence with Evolutions on the Tight Rope. After which the new Comic Drama of JEANNETTE AND IEANNOT, Jeannot.FraacoU Ravel | Jeannelte.Mme. .Mszeit Intermission of half an hour, when refreshment* will be kerved in the Lower Saloon onlv. To conclude with lie; celebrated Slippery, Trickery, Comic Paniomine of GODENSKLOR I hk skaters OF WILNA. Go<ien.-kl... Prancoise Ravel 1 Lwenski.Antotne Ravel BROADWAY THEAT"eR.?doors open at f>\?to commence at 7 o'clock.?BENEFIT OF MR. COI LDOCK ?THIS EVENING, Nov. ?, will be presented iho PVav of THE BETROTHAL. Marie,.Mr. Cou.dockJ Flilpt?.Mrs Abbott To conrlude with the Farce of MY FRIEND IN THE STRAPS. Prices of Admission : To Ore** Circle and Parquet, 7?C , Family Circle and Third Tier, 25 ; Gallery. 124 eU. BARNUM'S AMERICAN MUSEUM. -P T BARNUM Manager and Proprietor-Jon* I greenwood, J.- Assiitant Manager ?'(iMHixm r>-rf.rrn arces at ?Evening at 7 o'clock ?SATURDAY AFTER? NOON, Nov. so, fien. TOM THUMB will *nf?a' fa iha* amustng extravagar./a, ent!t!'-l HOP O MY I iii. MB In lb- FVFN.'N'O G-n ToMTHI.MB wrd appear again r h . t.e T'ar BOMBASTES Ft RIOSO winch will be f Y..( ft 1.IFES ,'N DANGER T'ie enure CHINESE MUSEUM, late of 599 Broa/iway. hss be?(i added to ih'eother curto*itle? 0! this frstaMi.hment. N~~WWRK amphitheater, 37 Bowory.-JAMES M. JUNE k CO. Proprietor*.? THIS EVENING. Nov. will be performed, the Fairy Pageant of CINDERELLA ; or, The Little Glass Slipper, fn which tlie character* whi Im sustained by 25 children, ?11 Ices than 12 years of age. Previous to Cinderella, eleg-an? scenes In the Circle, in which the FRENCH TROUPE will appear. The four beet Female Riders In the world, Mile. Louise, M'ile Too mi are, M'Ue Rosa and Madame will appear on the same evening. Private boxes, 50 cents Boxes, 25 cents; Pit. I'M cent* Doors open al6i, per? fonnaore to cvmmeoce at 71 r/eloek. nu? T^NION COURSE, L. I-^ROTtTn?, *J SATURDAY. N?v. 30, at o'clock P.M. A match lor $1/(00, 2 mile heat*. Geo. Bpicer name* roan g. John Mav to wagon : I. Wbelpley names , 1,. m. Fanny vj iju-ces? . To- Car- will leave the South Ferry, Br'joklyn, at IJ o'clock ? id r.um km soon as the spon* are over. The abo 'i n atch will come ort' rain or shine, without renrri uf tk_ v^e.thrr. fn30 Jt*| SPICER k McMANN, Proprietors. "