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NEW-YOM DAILY TRIBUNE. _
VOL. X.NO. 3004._NEW-YORK, MONDAY. DECEMBER 2, 1850. PRICE TWO CENTS.
ISMU.l'iUUli
foe
?.He !.> i t:ircH at Rape
ec2d, (00 Third Lecture o!
iv i*r ifesaor Huirie.
u, Gitvan aril, kc.
ewure to commence at i p.-j
ttnu?? for u gentleman and lu
eraliersliip-Irr.tiatioii fee Si;
ance, 82. Privilege -f mem
taty<?'????-' '?? ?'????'f
Mew.:*- a: the uooi a;
?tores._
"p?- MercnniHe
tare*-- 1 ? <? r. !iB
tte Broadwaj ... ema
Wfck:
Dec. 3.-1 Lecture by
.?CudavLa Ado); bus."
gee. I0.-Lecturo by
S?b,.c-: '-Tto Suppre
gi?.l XI'.."
Dec. 17, 2). and 31
(lie p'pular tragedian
jnipriaing an origmai
ui in* great wlij drama
Seplayofibo " Rivals
Cr.tic. or a Trat dj It.
Jan. 7.-1 Lecture hj
Babjcrt: "The Man of
flcketa for the abuv
the desk id the 1. I -oi
aud t-t the <"-.: r on the i
ate gentleman to the
?topi's admission. 25 cei
Bi! '?''?? 2W I !: <' 1
.ml ut ihe door on I'm- tsvefe
JOHN GRBASON,
airman Lecture Gotnm Uee.
?T wtu give hii Fifth Lecture
IOPE CUAPEL.720 l!ro*1
!, Dec. 3d. at { to " o'clock,
he Stderai Heavlne." Tickets
Iroweu'a a id Krsi.cie's Book
d2 2t
in-) A>-?o(-i:itioii Lee
.ectnrea w ill hi: delivered >n
i TUESDAY evening of each
John Lor.n, Medfbrd; .Mass.
K HA '
%?' GiiuImid-PomicRlj Itellgtougj Social.?
Ilk Morton, Member of St. Uauieriu, ? Ha .. Cambridge)
S?lden Society, Colic .-of Preceptors,& ? will .. v.- a Be?
lies uf three LtYliirt-* i.t Ciin.un Hail: the f;r?: o.i t!ie ev
llilif of Wt diii-niay. Du ein ? r 4, tuiiniieuciug at half-past
seven o'clock. England- Political ?Tin-, lecturer will treat
iHs eohject fully,?furnish tin- historical data for each state.
joetii as be traces the gradual rise of People as a Power,
sjpd lire gradual decline ol Monarchical, Aristocratic ?od
^eslasticaldoraination, the present siatt-of parti.-. Rap
nut-niiiiii'ii. Effect? 01 Aristocratic Influence on Armv.
iSvy, Church and Korei^|j^y._nihlt'"
tS? Brooklyn Institute.?The Winter Course, of
gjjjttures, C mcens arid Dramatic (leadings before the
fjeinheis, will commence on Wednesday evening next,
2rth lust at 7? o'clock, and he continued on every Thursday
?veiling during the season.
Hoy.27? Opening .V-mure by E. P. Whipple of Boston :
"The American Mind."
Dec. 5? Concert.
Dec 12?Park Benjamin. Es
Dec. If)-Mr. <ien. Vandeuboff: "Evenings with Sherl
im; Sheridan's Life, Love, Elonemenl mid Duel," with
leading" from the romef
Dec. 28?Review of I
goligs in tho Duenna,
^/sii. 2--Sberidui's Eat
?(ace, Difficult!! a. Fen
goui "The Critic."
Jan. 9?Samuel II. Cio
Jan. 16?Rev. E. II. Ci
Jan 22?Concert.
Jan. 3i:? Kev. 11. W. Beecher:
Additional announcements for the month of February will
b* made in the usual manner.
Tickets for the Course $3, udu.lttlm; a gentleman and two
ladies ol his family, may he had of either of the Lecture
Smmillte or of tue Janitor at the Institute, Wushingtou
Sml ISAAC H. KUOTHINOIIAM, 1
ARTHUR W BENSON, I Lecture
NICHOLAS II. PIKE, [Com.
nKtlWr* ROBERT NICHOLS. j
a.: "The Aireof
off: - Evenings
Elonemenl and
The Rivals."
ce uf - St. Pat
?The Man i
? Cbaractc
tSPKCIAL NOTIGES.
B' riii'cnoloiry.?A private class lor instruction, in
liisBcience will he formed at 1 11 Nossau-st. in CLINTON
BALL, on WEDNESDAY EVENING, it-c. Ith. T!i ise
who may wish to join are invited to be present. The first
klEor. will be FREE. Terms for tho course 82 d2 it
f?" National Convention of .loiinievineii
HTnters.?Dt legates to the above Convention ure re
rjioieii in be in attendance at Sioneall's Hotel; ill Fulton
A.THIS (Mondej I EVENING, at 8 o'clock preciiely By
ordei of the Committee. dilt
Post Oh k k, ChathamSCtUARC,cor, East Broadway, (
New-York, Dec. 2d. 1850. ' i
tvj" IMnili for Mnroiic pev steanier NIAGARA.
Leuer bugB for Liverpool, Lonooil, Ireland, Wales, all
juris of Gonnanv and other foreign countries, will close at
lM#cilice on WEDNESDAY, Dec.4th, at 10 o'clock A M.
d.'lt" AARON SAVARTS.
ft7" 1. <f. of O. P. Egyptlau Bncampincnl No.
Hi?The ofiicurs and members of this Encampment are
Wuested to meet at their room Odd fellow's Hall, on
BESDAY EVENING,.Dec. 3, at 7< o'clock, on business
of git ut importance to the members and Eucumpinent. It
tohopfd that every member will be present on this urgent
occasion. Jly order
d-'i-Vi JOHN C. GRAHAM Scribe.
ty Notice.?The Sixth Atmiver.-t.ry of Mohegan Tent
So 50. I. o. yf R. will tuke place at "the Knickerbocker
Rail. T" ei.tv 'I i:d and K gl.'.'i uv. o.i TI'ESDAY
HfENlNO, Dec 3d 1850. U..wd Speakers and Singers
El engaged for die occasion. The Order are parliculaily
liritt o to meet with the Tent at their Room in Sixteenth-si
between Seventh and Eighth BV8. at Hi o'clock, to accom
mev tlii-m to the Hull. The Public are also invited tu at?
tend. JOHN H. DAVISON, C. It.
J. (;. Garrison, lt. S. u30 2tis*
"?y lllerciintlle I.llu ai v .W oefulion. ? A M.-et
h| of die Members of tins Association will tu- held in the
lecture Room, Clinton Hull, on MONDAY Evening,
mc.2, at 7 o'clock, lor the purpose of appointing a Com
mlUee to nominale officers for the ensuing year. By order,
d27 WFSatitM C. W. OQDEN, Ree. Sec.
f? Gregory's ( iilifoniln Express.?The sub
Knbers will forward their next Express for California,
pljiteamer ONTARIO, on MONDAY, Dec. 2, at 3P. M.
Parcels and freight received until 1? A.M on Mondav,
Dec.:' THOMPSON ?v HITCHCOCK,
Managersand Agents, 149 Pearl si. corner of Wall.
P.S.?Shippers by this Ex press can avoid tho annoyance
mid expenseof clearing then goods ut the Custom-Houso.
Terms reasonable n2ii3ti3
?- WlgS nn<! Tonpce?. -BATCIIELOR'S celft
br?ted WIG FACTORY is at 1 Wall-sL where at all times
Ijabe found the largest assortment in tho city. Strangers
sad citizens should call and lud ge fur themselves befuro pur
Cbasiii" elsewhere. BATCHELOR'S newly-invented
WiOSrob:aiued n silver medal ut tho Fair of the American
Institute. Copy the address._niyl5 M W^Klf
?|? I)T7Xiiteller's liar Infirmary. 2j Wi.
it near Broadway, open from 9 till 3. for the exclusive
Watment of ear diseases, deafness. Discharges from the
?ar, and all unpleasant noises In the heud cured In a short
lane, without risk or pain. Consultation fee, $-1, by letter
Or Otherwise. Uupaul letters refused.
T E S T I M 0 N I A L S.
Mv thanks l publicly tender to Dr. L?tener, Aurlsl,
H Warreii-st. for the surprising cure he has performed on
Oe: I w as for fuur veins troubled with deafness in one of
my ears, accompanied with a disagreeable discharge from
tllS external ear. and I tried the fir.-.: physicians in this city,
fttadelphla. Bal?more, Cincinnati and New-Orleans, with
oat the least benefit, and was cured bv the a'oovenamed gen?
tleman in theshoit space of3 weeks".
J. ?OLBF.ER. 17 Ravard-sL
JOHN GLOVER, Jr. builder. Franklin-avenue, Brook
was cured of doafbesi aud discharges friuu the external
it, of S> years standing.
Miss ADELAIDE BROWN, daughter of Cant VVm
Rrowu, Bav State steamor, Fall River, was'cured of very
diisgreeable discharges and her hearing very considerably
base tilted.
FRANCIS LOl'is. Prospect Hill, Brooklyn, was as dear
M? post and cured in one week.
WM. WOOD, ion of Solomon C. Wood. Gosheu, Orange .
Cwmty, w us cured of Deafness, accompanied with dis?
charges from tliu external Eai of 16 years standing in six ?
aeeka.
The above cases were considered incurable, and all !
Deafness uitnidiil with Scrofula until Dr. LISTENER'S
treatnieiit was discovered. Numerous other testluiouials to
l>8?et:i at hisoftice2j Warren-st. u21 lur
Br.J.W. Hi'itfielil, "b>>.ogi ii i: -mi Barc.ay-st iiL'tin
AND OTHER COMPANIES, requiring Printing of !
lay kind are respectfully requested to call und examine
ijMrJmens of work executed al BAKER. GODWIN*: Co.'s
STEAM JOB PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT, TRI?
BUNE BUILDINGS. The Proprietors possess very decided
Mintages for executing work fur Public Institutions.?
THEIR MATERIALS A II E NEW. aud have been select
?4 with reference torivalling Engraving, which the Printer
by the improvements in tj pe casting, is now enabled to do*
The Policies. Checks and Certificates which, have been
Ijritted a: this Office have Leen very highly commended by
lie press and given complete satisfaction to the Companies ?
oi whom they were oxecuted. Particular attention given
to FINE JOB WORK. By the use of STEM PRESSES,
tie largest orders can beifuiished ut short notice,
(jar* Civil and Cot rteoitsTri ?:.mi;m to Customers.
BAKER. GODWIN x CO. Printers,
Trlbuue Buildings, third story, entrance 1 Spruce-st. ,
CK) VI Ni;^?i7)dwin's Cheap " PAT
ENT SHEATHING makesu Permanent Roof. Done
pjRougu PJai'k ft i i ? cents per foot; on Tin or Shingles
*i?u-,K ami warranted, SMOKEY i HIMNK YSr^Good
W* Chimney Pols are the best preventive. Office 2S3 ;
?Ballig-si. near Hudson. d2 tiuwdd
m.) DAG I ERRIAN ARTISTS_Pre
* [iiium Manufactorj' and Depot of LEWIS'S Quick I
working, Double Whole, Whole, Half, Quarter aud Lock- 1
**fcte Cameras, first quulily, warranted to w oikeijital lo ;
ISJ imported or manulMCtlired tti<!ie I'uiU-d Sta'es. Also,
?aJWlS'S second quality Cameras at the lowest prices.
LEWIS'S patent Plate Vitts, .upeiior to anv other for
4*! buffiag.
tiKW'is'S patent Gilding Stands, Camera Stands, Inde- '
iwdtnt Heaa Rests, Chair Rests, and Coating Boxes,
??ercurj-Butlj, w ui: or without scale, color boxes and
"?*het complete.
Pate Bendeis, for tun log the edges of plates previous
?Wlffiag. ft I r
SSlvamc Batteries for Electiopluting.
Bsftug Lathes. I', era. Olsss and "Metal Lamps. Thor
SK**** wd Tubes for do.
j-ljondcof ilold und other Cben?cal?! I'uilshin* Mueri
*?offvcrydivcri]. ;um.
J^'and Plwesa; .tie lowest prices. Also, a good as
**}lr" Ot of Krames fur Daguerreotrncs on hand
^fica.e, Diploma, Outside u'd Other Show Frames
"^faloordei at W. ?s W, II. LEWIS'S,
H.B it .. 'V <-hi?-'li-MH '?' up;,,?.;? National TiitMter.
fltj, ... ' ! -? '??'"?'?< 4'? rn r.nd ? ',: '.. ,- .. co i -
^'3ii?s\vis\!uw ,,ruCU-"4' ,n?ruc,,on?i torW.
WANTED.
Ariti meticfan. Se'arv for the first year
Edi Ii. Tri???-.:.<? Office,with name and refer*
PVofS IpIMelotV
Furrd o. ol a boo e or large boardlng^bc
drtssing j.m. LESLIE, Tribune office.
OTRAW SEWERS WANTED?]
tl ?? >? asorj. at good prices.. Apply to w. B. simons
ax above. d2;
ANTED?At 114 Nassau-st. Base
clerks, bar-keepers, porters, men to work on farms and
railroads, boys to learn respectable trades, coachmen, gar?
deners, ? aiter*, ostlers, stage drivers, kc.. girls as cooks,
chambermaids, genera; housework girls, sewing girls,
nurses, waiters, errand giris. Ernployers supplied on
r> usonah <? terms. Id21tl THOS. SP1nk, Agent
?WANTED-A HOUSE, or part
Hoard, in a respectable private fdmily, in which case
rooms would be required, unfurnished. Addre-s J.
Box 27641 Lower Post Uii.cc._d
" 7ANTEJL}?Carriers, for New-1
and Brooklyn, v. bo will establish Routes ar
liver IIuuikn's MACAtiNE?tdsore?able and eiliclen!
vassers. A liberal commissgi?n allowed. Apply
ollice, 109 Nassau-st. n'
JOUR'NEYMAN Bookbinder
steady babiis. wanted, logo to a pleasant village
Sinn; of New-York, where constant employ will bo ;
One accustomed to Bl_."k Work In common with
binding, preferred. Inquire at 5 Spruce-sL n3o
A
\T AN TED?Ei
besl ol references mmire.i. t
ting Desk. Inquire 37 John-st
Vi-' ANTED?150 AGENTS to sell
? ? new Manual for families. As high wages cr.n
realized as at any similar establishment. Call or addrci
post raid, the American Family Publication Estahlisbmei
122 Nassau-tt. N. Y. second flcor. nti lm*
ANTED IMMEDIATELY?In the
LIAMSBl H?H; L i. a small and convenient DWELL?
ING-HOI SE. The rent must be moderate. Also to
Leere, a plat of ground suitable for a Carpenters Shop, kc
?yyANTED?An experienced SALE
LUCRATIVE EMPLOYMENT giv
to Ladies end Gentlemen who have leisure time, I
lighi and genteel fancy w ork, taught In a few "my less.
Considerable emolument may be derived as soon hs acq
ed. Apply, personally, between the hours of ien and fi
at Mr. ROSE'S, 41 Barclay-sL hear Broadway. Prem
for teaching. $15. 1)27 1m
\\ ANTED. ? A (ichilonnn wIm \uu ,
? v to sail in a few weeks for Nicaragua, Granada, L
::nd Realejo, would be happy to rebeive commisi iona o
attend to any business In tbe Slate of Nicaragua. The I
of reference given, and security, if required. He is also
(.irons of forming an acquaintance with any party who
lends visiting thul place. Call at 65 Montgomory-st. Jer
City. U30 21
yyANTED?A- yoa
gnrs. Apply at 23 Chambers', c
mi, afiiuai
FANTED?30 enterprising Mi
apital of from fj5 to $500, to Bel! a patent article
and various other articles which are used in every family.
Men who are engaged in [raveling through the country
with learns, eilher in the wholesale or retail business,
would find ii to their interest to call on tis.
p_9 3f WM. D. BEAUMONT k CO. 82 Nassau-sL
mO HAMMERSM ITHS?Wanted, a
-A good TILTEK. Apply st tl-- New-York Coslsteel
Workr, foot of Twenty-lourtu-st. East River, New-York.
U26 tf _
l^aTll^rt.l*-^-^vl"r-*-'^-1^,"* ?*r- 'nn ' ?l|.|r niTTiih?nwrrn-nn*ii_Mi_c*??
WANT PLACES.
nPO Authors, Editors andLawters.?
Js A Lady of considerable experience as a copyist?
w< uld like td execute orders in that department, or in proof
reading und compilation. Terms very moderate. Apply
at 11 Amity-st. _ri.'s
A Superior Alto Singer is in want of
a situation In either a r. Dutch, Presbyterian or Bab
list Church, and who ollers bei services al a small compen
Ballon. Address j. d. B. Box 1.391 P. Office. d2Jf
AS (i(Hif? Cook Washer and Ironer,
- or Housemaid, in a small private family, by a steady
lexpectable woman?understands baking. Best of city re
ference run l-e given if required. Call 135 West-Tbirteenth
st in the front basement, between Seventh and Eighth-a v.
Can be seen for two days if not engaged. d2 It'
A
Very Co
d German w<
si in washing an
cook and bakl r.
g?speaks English
orouehlv. Call Ht
AS Chambermaid or
babe, und do plain sewing, 1
the best oi city reference. Can bt
her cmploj er*for two duys at 201 i
S Cook, Washer a
<- respectable young woman,
ctions in going to the country v
of city reference given. Appl
be seen for two days.
ys First-rate Cook by
jf. jV Protestant Girl. Best of c
1 er last piace. A?"?'?, at
i.er of Amity und S)xth-a
TO do Cham her work and waiting r a*
nurse and seamstress, by a simirl. tidy girl?is a
hist rate washer ami ironer. good seamstress and very
fond of children?has llie best ol city reference, and would
make herself generally useful. Call at 22 I Bow ery. d2 It*
r'l'HVo Protestant Young Women
J- want situations?one as Chambermaid or genera!
housework in a private family?is a good plain cook, wash?
er and ironer?the other a dress maker, to work by the day
or week Can give good city referes.ee. Apply at 24i:
Bowery, in the store." d2 It*
rpWO Respectable Protestant Girls
A want situations, the one as Cook >?nd Laundress, the
oil.er us Chambermaid and Waiter?b<i>tb willing to make
themselves useful to their employer?would prefer being
in the one house. No objection to go to Brooklyn. Good
reference. Applv at 6 Amos-st, near the Sbcth-av. d2 If
AS Good CooK, by a respectable wo?
man, understands baking and pastry?has no objec?
tion to assist ;;i *w ashing and ironing, Best of city refer?
ences. Call at-506 Houstou-st. upstairs. "d2 2f
A
Middle-aged Respectable Woman
wants a situation as a good plain Cook?she is will
g to assist ^in the washii g and ironing. Can be well re
inmended from her last place. She has been many years
the city. Call S07. Mott-st. Can be seen for 3 days u21t*
A
S CuAMRERMAlD or General House
by a respectable Young Girl, In a sruaii family,
mmended bv her lust employer?can be seen ihi
in the I ear. Monday and Tuesday. d2 2l"
1
10 FAMILIES IN BROOKLYN.?
Tbe best recommended male and female domestics,
such as Coachmen, Wallers, Ostlers, Cwoks. Chamber?
maids, Nurses lied Seamstresses; general servants, and
tmaii giKs to lake charge of children, American?, Engiish,
Irish and Scotch, are tone had at the Agency Office, "?"Clin
lon-st Brooklyn, where employers or orders bv notew?l
meet with ail due attention. ' " d2it"
npO Tradesmen and Storekeepers.
An experienced Accountant and Book-keeper, haviu?
a tew leisure hours during the day, is wishful to dispose of
them in making up accounts and books. This will be found
a most desirable opportunity for Tradesmen aid Store?
keepers who have i.ot sufficient occupation for a Clerk, to
have their bills made out und books attended to at a small
consideration. Most satisfactory references given. Ad?
dress J. B. '1 ribune newspaper office. :. to l\v*
TIRO'I ESTANT Servants, of .werv ca
JL pacify, smart. :idv and we'd recommended,can always
ways be obtained at ELMORE'S Select Protestant Em?
ployment Agency, 7 Carmine-61. This la the only Protest?
ant Agency in this city. The proprietor hopes mat all wUI
encourage him by their | atronage, who have an interest in
the existence of an institution, where they can a: any time
set excellent servants. Several hundreds of the rir-t fami?
lies in thia 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 speak ol servants they have obtain?
ed through bis Agency. He returns iJiem his sincere thanks
lor tbeir patronage arid praise oi' lus Agencv.
nSO 2t-_d. m. ei.more.
WANTED. SITUATIONS foranam
? ? bet of excellent GIRLS and CHILDREN, recently
arrived; free from cJryuablts and sssoclatiorn^ and Willing
to work for moderate wages. Application to beiha?a _i
the office of Conunjtsldncrs ofEmlgrauloo,]]) tie Pur*. Ne
Charte?, .il u*
Af
kitress or Chambermaid, by a
jii'.a Girl, with best of reference. Apply at
137 Sixth-avenue, between Twelfth and and Thirteeaib ?U.
Can Le sein all the week. d2 lit
Cook's
stations, can ob.am tuen tt tbe otnee, 240 Grand-?:, ik
t;ie Bowery, w here nonn but those of good moral charac;
;.ncl whom 1 believe to be stti till honest and teinoe'at-f, s
allowed to remain. fd2 if] _I. WACTj
NEW PUBLICATIONS.
VKK .--.<.? ? PRINTED]?HAP
o
King at Be
tnd Chalk
Letters and Lrlter Writing.
A Chapter on Shawls.
A N gbl ofTerror in a Polls!, Inn.
England .:: 1850. By A. de Lamar
The HaunU of Genius?Gray. Bu.-k
Pope.
! iowers in the Sick Room.
Lively Turtle. A Sketch ofa Con;
The Unlawful Gift; or. Kindness I
The Gamblers of the Rhine.
The Conflict of Love. A Tale of R
Street Music in London.
Mistakes in Personal Identity.
The Ghost that appeared to Mrs. V
The Kate ofa German Reformer.
;:;r< s.
The Death of John Randolph. By
land Wim a Portrait of Randolph.
An Agreeable Surprise.
A Death-Bed. Bv James A'drich.
My Novel: Or. Varieties in English
Bttfwer LyUon. (Six Chapters.)
Anecdote of a Dog
The Domestic Life of Alexander, Ei
Alexander Dumas.
An Empty Heuse: Or. Struggles o
Colds and Cold Water.
Sinners and Sufferers; Or, The Vi!
Tin Golden Rule. (Poetry )
(Jive Wisely! An Anecdote.
Monthly Record ol Current Events
etgn?Political. Literary, Scientific or
Literary Notices?Books cf the Mo
The Fashions for December, (with t
The Publishers of the New Monthly
this number they have given Goldsmith's Deserted Vlllag
which has long enjoyed the reputation of being one of ih
most perfect compositions of human genius. The engra
ings by which it is illustrated are numerous, and superid
in ail respects, to anything of the kir,.l ever before pul
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Ushers ure confident that this feature, followed up with th
abundant resources at their command; w ill place the Magi
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gn e ofpublic favor.
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tavo, in double columns. The volumes of a single real
therefore, will present nearly two thousand pages of, tin
choicest of the Miscellaneous Literature of the age. 1
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trations, will accompany each number.
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A 311 SKMivXTS
nPRil'LKK HALL.?Musical Director
A ami Maaager of the Establishment, Mr. BOSCH.V -
The Mmager lias ihe honor of an '.oundng; to the public tint
a a rand series of
AMERICAN PROMENADE CONCERTS.
v> n begivei ... ihe.Mi THIS.Mou.isv! EVENING,
on the Mime Mnie of magnificence a< those Drill iautly sti ?
cessiui and renownea Concerts of the famous Julien, in
\ VMMH
Cornet a Piston?{performed by Mr Bay
ley, rirpt Cornel a Piston of Julien'* or
cltestre, in London, his rir-1 appearance in
Si.Quadrille-?? Lea Ganiins de' Pa. is. ' as per
BOS
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lies, for liie enjoyment of
RATOKIO OF THE CREATION.?
THE HARMONIC SOCIETY bavin.' had tn re
GRAND ORATORIO OF THE CREATION,
propose to present this beautiful composition on FRIDAY
E\ ENI MO. D. c. !.'. with their full chorus, and the aid of
i 2t WM. HALL, Cl
OPERA CLASSES.?Just opened, a
case of superior OPERA GLASSES. Also, a splendid
variety ol medium and low priced Opera Glasses. Also,
Opera Fans in elegant variety, at TITTLE'S Emporium
ol European Fancy Goods, 315 Broadway, next door to
Hitchcock & L. adheater's dry goods establishment.026 2w
TTALlAN OPERA HOUSE, ASTOR
J? PLACE.?Benefit ol the Young Men's Hebrew Bene?
volent Association.?The Committee of the above-men?
tioned Benovoleal Association have the honor of informing
the public that they have made an arrangement with Mux
Msxetzck, Esq.,director cf the Ha'.ivi Opura Cou.pauy, for
an extraordinary performance, tho entire proceeds of which
will be devoted to the charitable purpose of gratuitously
distribudng facl. On tins occasion will bo performed, for
the first t;me I'm the last two seasons, L A SON NAM BL' LA?
Signum A Bortucca,SigBOrina Perrini, SlgnorFortl. Slgnor
Novelil. The third actof ERNAN1?Signora Trufli Bone
detta, Slgnor Lorinl, Slgnor Beoeventano. The favorite
bullet ofPAQUITA?Mile. Nathalie F1tzJames,Signor Gut
eeppo Corese. Prices of admission?Boxes and Parquet,
SloOj Amphitheater. 50 cents. Tuesday evening, De
bei J. 1850, v. ul be performed,fur the first time tho loot two
seasons, Bellini's favorite opera, in two acts, of LA SON
NAMBTLA?Amena, Signora A. Bertuccu: Eliza, Signo
riua Perrini; Elviuo.Siguor Font: ilconti. Siguor Novelli.
The third act of \ erdi's grand opera of ERN ANI ?Elvira,
Signi ra Trufli Benedetn; Braam, Slgnor Lorini; Carlo Bo
nc.ei-ano. To conclude with the favorite billet of I'.V
Ql ITA?Paquita, Mile. Nathalie Fitzlames : Luciano, Slg.
Giuseppe Carese; Infgo, Sig, Neri The house on this oc?
casion wilt be bi tiliar.tiy illuminated. Conductor and loader,
.Minx Maretzek; leader, Mr. Kreutzer; Chorus Master, Mr.
Ilensler. Doors open at 6 o'clock. To commence ut 7
o'clock. Tn kets to be hud at the box office, and of E. M.
Swart, 28 Oliver-st; Geo. Godfrey, CU Watcr-st; R
Benjamin, "l Chatham-st; Joseph Aden, 159 P.-ari-st: S.
Ci i on. Treasurer, 174 Water-st; 11. B.Herts,Jr., President,
EG John-st
E. on y'ol.no. Secretary, 51 East-Broadway. n30 3t
IELEVENTH ANNEAL HALL of the
lifUBERNIAN BENEVOLENT BURIALSOClETY,
will be held at Castle Garden,on Wednesday evening, De?
cember 4. 1850. The proceeds of this Bail, us on former oc?
casions, will he devoted to Charitable purposes, The Com
mitu e of Ai rangemenu therefore rely upon thellberal *up
|iort of a generous public to carry o?t their charitable Wi?
tt ntions. No : Hin? will be spared "to render this Ball equal,
if not superior, to anv of ihe Society's former Balis. T. O.
AdWn's celebrated Washington Brass Band la engaged tor
tin occasion. The floor will he under the management of
Mr D J Lncas. Ticket,. >! ea
Nicholas Walsh, Treasure
Miliiaki. Redmond, Sen. Sec
IVLBLO'S GARDEN.?Doors open at ?4
11 _to commence at 7J o'clock.?Tickets50 cents to all
PRrts ef the Saloon?Private Boxes, 65.
Manager.Mr. JOHN SEFT.'N
THE WONDERFUL RAVEL FAMILY.
MONDAY EVENING, Dec 2. ihe performances ? . im
mei.ee with Evolutions on the Tight Rope. After which
the new Comic Drama of
J KAN NETTE \SI> IEANNOT.
Jeannot_Frascois Ravel j Jeannette.Mme M izetti
lnterini.--.on ol" half an hour, when refreshments will be
ser ved in the Lower Saloon only. To conclude with the
celebrated SIlppery.Trickery, Comic Pantomlneof
GODENSKi,OR THESKATERS OK WILNA.
Godenski... Prancoiie Ravel | Lovenski.Antonie Ravel
X'EW-YORK AMPHITHEATER, 37
J-v Bowery ?JAMES M. JUNE U CO. Proprleiors.
THIS EVENING. Dec, 2. will be performed, the Fairv
Pageant of CINDERELLA ; or. The Little Glass Slipper
in which the characters will be sustained by 25 children, all
let* than 12 years of age. Previous to Cinderella, elegant
scenes in the Ctrcle,ln v. hi. lithe FRENCH TROL'PE will
appear. The four be.i Female Rulers In the world. M'lle.
Louise, M'lle Tourniare, M'lle Rosa and Madame Bertolt,
will appear on the same evening. Privat? boxes, VicenU,
Boxes. 25 cents; Pil. I2j cent*. Doors open ?t?^, per?
formance to commence at 7t o'clock. n25
TNDIANS?Will be opened at the Al
-1 hambra Room?. 5.57? Broadway, on THURSDAY EVE?
NING. November 28, STANLEY'S NORTH AMERICAN
INDIAN GALLERY, containing 134 Oil Paintings, confut?
ing of Portraits, lite size ol the principal Chiefs and War?
riors of fifty different tribes roving upon our Western and
South-western Prairies. New-Mexico. California and Ore?
gon, together rith- Landscape views, Garn?*s, Dances. H if
taio Hunts and Domestic Scenes, all of which have bean
painted in their own country during eight years travel
among them. hhe whole forming one of the moat interesting
acd bMtrtctfve exhibitions illustrative of Indian lil'-- ana
customs erer before presented to the public
Descriptive Lecture* may be expected at 3 P.M. on Wed?
nesday acd Saturday; also, each Evening at 7j o'clock.
Open at 9 A.M. to 10 P.M.
Single Tickets 25 cents. Season Tickets *1. Can be ob?
tained at the principal Hotels atd at the Door
c.-nwua- STANLEY ii. DICKERMAN. Pror-rtetorj.
ECHANIC'S HALL. 47U Broadway,
above Grar.d-st.-OPEN EVERY NIGHT during trie
week, until further nodce.
The original and we?-known CHRIST Y'3M I NSTREL3:
onder the management of E. P. CHRISTY, whose Con?
certs in this city for a succession of four years, have been
received with favor by highly respectableand fashionable
audiences. Tickets %i cts. Door* open at 6J; commence
at 7$. The patrons of Christy's Minstrels ar-i respectfully
Informed that the n*ual Saturday Afternoon Concerts will
be discontinued for the future. dl Im
I^ELLUWS' OPERA HOUSE?Hall
of Lyrics. 4+4 Broadway, next door to the Olympic?
OPENING WEEK.?Tbl* new and splendid Hail is now
open, and will continue open EVERY NIGHT daring
the week. FELLOWS' ETHIOPIAN OPERA TROL'PE,
comprising a company of U talented and efficient per?
formers, under the direction of J. B FELLOWS- Con?
cert to consist of Songs. Duets. Glees. Quartettes. Cao
ruases. Restrains, i.e. iic. Burlesq-ies on Haliaa Opera
Dutch Drill. Instnimectai Solos er.d Ethiopian i'?rf ??
Admission 25 cents. Doors open at ?><!. concert at ^t < C' - -
Afiernoon concert on Wedneiday aad SaiurdaJ. co^"?^c
ing at 3 o'clock. _-'??
T>ILGRIM'S PROCR&SS^-NOW
1 OPEN AT ^^^?^J^%\j^A^ At
WA Y. near Hous'on st. the Panoramao.^BL-^ 1 *? . .
GRIM'S PROGRESS. Qoon ope- Sj '
71 .,'ci...-ii Admtuanee, 50 fJcnB -i ?? ? ?
!',:, . J-..EH,.Hd;n:':tnglrTrwn..?. >
:a ? me Hook- .;?"? ?-' ? - '; ..:? x vs SAT
an Ajyjnoon.ExawiBooun y^ r.Slw'
t.'RDAVS. aiSCck clt
CECOND GRAND FESTIVAL AND
Tmin?Rf,'h.E;'' SNOW SOCIAL [fStONUO 5.,
V? Jr? '?P? Y l.X *-NIXO,December V ,?jn..,! l!;- COL
IS r I M,450 Bros/J? '.!>?.
The C"inoiu:ct! are ?? ab. cd to oder to the Public ?'i **
The Coliseum Room> having beeneaUrged uid fine.! up
in the most BU^mi? ei t style, ttej areen*bli ?! lOwaketuttr
lurdDger.wiiis in a mosleijteashu manner.
They have adopted every nr-caution ? prevent any eon
fu*;ou"at the *upp< r table; and are satisfied Loa a.i wit! lie
ple?sed wllh ihe arraiigi tn n.-uiade.
i WALLACES justly celebrated COTILUON BAND i*
The Floor wi ! be under tin M ?jigejneat of Mr. a. K.
REEVES . . . ,
TICKETS FIFTY: GENTS, anI may ? bad of the f.,:
' lOWjirCorfirtiittee: .1 see S Sickels,!!?' Cl il ?: v.. vv?j.
? M. Ci w d 'i Norm -' i i!" m Siel? I?. I v, U9 Sta-itoo
? st; Witftara E Boon, I98jtlottst?n-sL! W illlara H. Sholti,
? j . 2??7 Madis? b-?I : Jm" a P. I. ..-our. 270 Houstoa-6t.j J?*.T
! Brown, H L idiow s; ; Mn K Bohti. \*i BoustOJl-aL; Mrs.
! E. McCowen.S-l NnrK>it H i hi ?. II \ral bough ton, W lies.
I tr-rst; Mrs. A. Payne ?25 Firth-st: M ss C. T. tuque, 117
V b . m >s E. U hit i.... I ? ?:. M.ss a. B*sr>
i rat. 537 From--:. and .,: the ?-!. ? r cm me evening of thai
> es-.,. i. d2 1th
TA LI A N OPERA HOUSE, ASTOR
! performed, first time. Donljeoi's Grand Opeia. in 3 acts, of
GEMMA LH VERGY.
Gemma.Sig'naParodi | Coatedi V?gi..Sig. Avignonl
Ida.Sigma A. Pai.i | Tamas....S gnor Lorird
Lemiers. Mr. Kreutzer aii.l Si?. Lletli; Clio us Matter,
Mr. Uensler. Secured Seats, Parquet : Boxes, I250j
admission to Parquet and Boxes on the <?? enlng oi perform?
ance, $2; Amphitheatre. SO onus. MofVeolist, No orders.
ITALIAN OPERA HOUSE?ASTOR
-* PliACE- T?ESD \V E\ ENINO. Dec I -BENEFIT
ol THE YOUNG MEN'S HEBREW BENEVOLENT
ASSOCIATION, the proceeds of which will bo devoted
to the charitable purpose of gratuitously distributing fuel.
Ou this occasion will be performed, hrst time in i sotsons,
L \ SONNAMBUL \.
The Third Actof Verdi's Grand Opcaof KRNANI. To
conclude w iti the favoi ito Ballet of PAQTITA Admission,
boxes and Parbriet, $i fiO: Amphitheater, i0 cents._
BK OA1)WA V TH EATE R.?DOORS
opeu at 6f?to commence at 7 o'clock ? THIS EVEN?
ING, Dec.2, will b>? pre-.-med Sheridan Knowles's play of
THE HUNCHBACK.
Miss KIMRERLY (her first appearance* is.IULIA
Heb n.Mrs. Abbott | Slsster Walter'..Fredericks)
Overture, To conclude with the inciilar farce of
DR DU, WORTH.
Prices of Admission To Ore?s Circle and Parquet,75c;
Family Circle and Third Tier, 25 ; Gallery. 12% ctl.
BURTON'S TH EATER?Chtunbers-8t.
rear Of City Hall.-The nearest TheHii-r U> ihe large
Hotels ?THIS EVENING, Dec 2, will be olayed the excel?
lent comedy, in acts, b\ Poole, ambor of Paul Pry, called
THE OLD Dl rCH GOVERNOR
To be followed by u Populi r Ballad, and Ihe draiua of the
LAST MAN .' o ? '"..e Misei of Ellham v
Favorite Pas de Deux, w lilt several Overtures, en-.
To conclude with tho laughable Farve of
MY FRIEND IN THE STRAPS.
BARNUM'S AMERICAN W USEUM.
?P. T. BARNI M Manager and Proprietor?Jon*
GaKB.NWooD, Jr. Assistant Manager ? ?Aeniooa rjorform
auces at 3?Evening ?t 7 o'clock.?MONDAY AFTER
NnON Dec 2. will be performed Uie comic farce of THE
KING'S GARDENER: fl Dance by Miss Deerimr; sfter
plece, PLEASANT NEIGHBOR'S In the EVENING
will be reproduced, for this Urne ouly, TU E DRUNKARD.
Gen TOM THUMB will ajrnlb aptiear on Tuesday, The
entire CHINESE MUSEUM has I.n added to the oth"r
curiosities ol Ma establishment Admission -' V children, I2J
1 OOMIS'S PANORAMA uf CUBA?
Li Open every night at the Minerva Rooms. Wi Broad
wav, representing most faithfully, by pictures or the highest
arii'stlc merit, lu cities, country, products, and tropical
Vegetation; also the social customs of the CreolsaT Door*
open at 6i o'alock | Panorajna moves at 7J. preciaely. Ad
mitlsnce 25cents; children half price. ni im'
SELLIN?. OFF ! SELLING OFF! TO
CLOSE THE FALL BUSINESS. As has been our
custom for many years al the close of the aeason to make
large reduction iu our prices. In order to sell tho remainder
of our Stock to make room for Spring Goods.
We shall commence on Monday, Dec. 2nd, to sell our en
ure stock of Fall and Winter Goods Iron) 15 to JO per cen
less than our former low prices.
The Stock comprising In parta great varieiy of Silks I!
Long and Squate Woollen and Cashmere and Brocke
Shawls! !
Black and Colored \ elvets, wide and narrow.
Merinos, Cashmeres, Paramattas, Bomba/.lnes.
Fine French Do (.nines, ,\c.
With a general assortment of Flannels, Blankets, Cloths,
Satinelts and Domestic Goods of all kinds.
This will offer one of the best [opportunities to purchase
Goods that will be bad this season.
Those about to make Hobday presents will find a splendid
selection of New Goods at lea* than the coat of importation.
Strangers visiting the ciiy can lind every article for Fa nlly
use, wllh every oilier kind of Dry Goods at less prices tban
anyfotber store.
The manner of doing business should inspire every one
wllh confidence, as every article is truthfully represented
and no d? vision from trulh allowed.
Goods sent in any pan of this or adjoining city free of
charge. S. HARK Eft, ><i| Grand su
npHE CO-PARTNERSHIP lioiftufont
-I existing between JOSEPH FLANDERS, of this cj:y,
and JOHN GOVE & CO ol Boston, was dissolved on dm
25ih instant by mutual consent. A'l outstanding business
will be settled at the office ol FLANDERS & lURRETT.
ln.sKI'll FLANDERS.
JOHN GOVE iL CO.
The undersigned have this dny formed ? co-partnership
for tho manufketuro and sal.- of o Children*' Clothing," a"d
huvo taken the apartmenui lately occupied by JOSEPH
FLANDERS, at 47 Nassau-sh JOSEPH FLANDERS.
N. P. 11. BARRETT.
New-York, November 2.1. 1850. n2B6lis*
FINANCIAL.
(MWI ?Ali-V wdMli to in
Hi w-'y 'VVsvi tt the ,, sum In ? s?f<i and proliia
blc business, as a SPECIAL PARTNER, may bear of an
opportunity by addressing INVESTMENT, at the Tribune
office. I'nquestii
inforraation require
ry
rkHIOand PENNSYLVANIA RAIL
" ?|(OAD COMPANY ? SEVEN PER CENT
MORTGAGE LOAN ?Sealed Proposals will be received
by the subscribers until Saturday, the 7th day of Docember
m al for FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS of
the tir-t and only Mortgage Bonds of the Ohio and Penn?
sylvania Railroad Company, convertible Into the Stock ef
the Company at the pleasure 61 the holder, at any time pre?
vious to their maturity, bearing seven per cent, per annum
interest, and redeemal.-ii- b: New-York on the 1st of July,
1805.
These Bonds are In aums of $1,000 each, with Coupons
a"Hcl,ed, puyableln New-York on the 1st of each January
and July.'
These Bonds are Issued under the provisions of the nets
of the Legislatures of Ohio and Pennsylvania, and aru se?
cured by a mortgage executed to John J. Polmer, Esq. of
th<- City of New-York, hi trust for ihn Bondholders.
This mortgage covera the entire line of the Road from
Pittsburgh to Mossillon. in the Slate ol 'Ohio, a distance of
107 miles, the cost of which Is estimated at &2,'iiS.ooo, and
the Trustee Is errrpow ered, in cuse of sixty days' defarill lu
the payment of interest or principal of the Bonds, to take
possession of. use and aell the whole or aay part of the
same; and it provides further, that Bonds to the amount of
one million ot dollars in all may be issued, of which amount
five hundred thousand dollars have already been disposed
of, principally :n Enquiry, -. ??? purchase of rolls, spike*,
chairs, locomotives, ?c. tearing only the bonds now offered
be Issued under the mortgage.
The proceeds of the entire issue are exclusively applied
to the surierstrtinure and equipment of the lino from PltU
burgb to Massillon; the means for the construction of the
ro:-.i resdy for ihe iron, have been amply provided by relia?
ble stock subscriptions ; among which the twin elite* of
Pittsburgh and Allegheny have each subscribed and paid In
$21 ( ,01 0,
The Ohio and Pennsylvania Railroad forms part of the
great direct line of Railroad between the cities of New
York, Philadelphia and St. Louis, which, when finished,
w [11 I e -nor'er man or.' of the routes between New-York
or.d St. Louis.
The line between pi adelptdaand Pittsburgh will be
r'-ady for travel in IS >i, by which time the whole of the
01 o and Pennsylvania road to its junction with the Cleve?
land. Columbus or.d Cincinnati road, is intended to be fin
[shed
The portion of the roa i te-iween Pittsburgh and Massti
lon. is now under contract and progressing rapidly and will
be m operation in 1V3I ; from Pittsburgh to Beaver It will
be opened for trallic in July nexL
1 he Immense and rapidly increasingly commerce of Pftts
burgbjoined to the traffic to be derived from several of the
v. beat counties of Ohio through wMchthhl road passes, will
insure to it a large and productive business that can never
be diverted by am other routej this without takln* low
COI afderatioa 'the long travel, joined to the tow cost ofcoo
?traction (estimated at only $:<i.?M per nm>,) wdl ttamre
'.., ??- r;...->:.,,:-T. i ?: ? rertitmerative di/tdends, a?d
there is liUIe doubt that the right of OT?^; ^
'' ffTVET?OTTORED THOUSAND DOLLARS are now
0^???I w ;l * di.fo**! of sisolotely and
, X ki the office ol :i;e urderr.imcd unui 3 o'clock
CO.TwiiUt. New-\ora,ar.d indorsed "Proposals for
rti I, ai d P?-r.nt%'.'. s: :? B-^:. .s.
1 Drtted exhibit of Ihe sJJ'airs of tho Corrpany, contain?
ing i map or the road and iu ?mne?lon*, together with co?
nies of the bond *nd Bjorttage, may be obUBbSd on appll
cation lo John J. Palmer. Esq at the Mer.-iuitn' Bank, or to
the subscribers, who wt:i furnish any further Information
wbkb uia\ be desired.
Partie* ?hose bid* are scc-p'ed will t*? roqnlred to pay
twenty vkt keBt upon the-srmouul awarded to thern imme
!a'-iv upon b*-iti? r.oiili^.i ?>r th? ?ceeriunw oT tktvtr trie*.
i d the reaaatoder tn f-nuai arnouot* on U.e trat day of Jan
aj v, I? nriarv. March it.d A pnl next?bat s&y party will
e at liberty to pay in fu.l at one".
[? >eresi Ulli romiririui. ;'i -. trie day Oi uvytr.enL
WINSLOU ,LANIER.i CU.1.2 W.1I-?.

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