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' /- . ;i; jthf.ts u ru.? ?f ii.i"* r mas flHLB :SK'V. VOR.lt TRIBUNE .or BUK?PCAK UkcTLA lion a^aMaiied on tiw departure of i ach \\>. '? Steamer for L)?. ir?ei. Price 1} '.<t.'j tvr copy, or per rear corUgs yjaded THB SKVV-YOiiit. TKiaLISE /OlCAi IFORS-FA, ORFGOH ??lr IHK jAftOWICH Jsl.Atsoa ,t |wii!i-o.<i o? the departure of e?.e.b Mad Steamer for i.e?vres P r r.-. 64 Cent! r,?-r copy. bAEBLRY*t M?KLRaTH. Pahliahera. ^j,7AL._U. S. ship Albany, Commander Chas. T. Plat:, sailed from Boston 'on trio 4tli inst. tor the Hull oi Mexico, where she is to be the flag ship Z.3. ?1 Naples. IT. Latii Naples. . Long, was for Naples. LKCTl RE\on< jes. f9" Catholic Institute.?The T r.i Leci ire i IV Mercantile Library Association Lee? tares,?The following six Lectures will tie delivered in ibe Broadway Tabernacle, ou TUESDAY evening of each ivetk: Dec. 10.-Lecture by Rev. John Loar^Medford, Mass. ^ECIAL N?TIGES. (, [ndtiNtrlnl [Ionic Association. No. I.? Tse ?ist Regular Mcetiugol ? inn Society will lie lionlen Ills IKRIDAY) Kveuing,liy Vi o'clock at National Hail, (? ai-ai The Finance Committee particularly request W United Brothers Attention. i employed Mr. .1 AMES in Hinds In that Wind for Nil K- Net lei NEW-j UltK I eit.s. teeth section ol an ai ttElier, 1850; entitled " Ur>t Houses, Light Bi ?Thai hereafter all In ha, eomnisi or clitititu strut pas?uig up the ress, approved 28th Sep lking appropriations for ." \c. provides? the coast, or in bays. bar. : colored and numbered, and, or entering the bay, a even numbers shall bo li buoys with uneven num. ?ith red and black stripes ways to be colored with i hereby give notice that IhO provish 4? win bo carried Into effect, and tb i t of May, 1851. MA\v\ ELL, CoUe : through i. iiidiniia ipv to nl rr ! . - township A SaTURDA1 ? Letters lot c per rate. [d?atj ? Notier.- Passe br Liverpool, win pleat ^TOMORROW San w scud all baggage ni SIS DAY, Prttlay, Di jaberof the berth. SS" Dr. Lutencr> a Beat Broadway, opt Wttment of e?r diseai sr. and all unpleasant 5w, without nsk or p? ttKherwue. Unpaid ? AM . board PSNE*, Aurlsl, has performed on learaess in u?? of I? discharge ream :ians In this citv, j* external ear. and i tried tne first physicians m this citv tvadol) lila, Bauhuore, Cincinnati and New-Orleans, witi JJtlho least benefit, and was cured by the above iiauied.g.eu ^aii in the short space ofS we ?'? ' J, Di r ?hon space ol .> ? eeks j. DOLBEER, it Bavatid-et. JOHN GLOVER, Jr. balMer. KnwklitMivenuo, Brook Jn,?*.. cuied oi deafness and discharges from ihe ejfrerps] ?r, of 2o years Jtaodtag. J6u ADELAIDE BROWN, daughter of Cant yvfcn. ?jown, Bay State steamer, Kail River, wasjeured ofVe y .'*!.? iceHbie discharges and bet heariug very considerably FRANCIS LQUIS, Pit id cured In , ?, Brooklyn, was as deaf *s . pott and cured In arm week. ^WM. WOOD, son ofSolomottC.Wood.Oosben, Oran ?e ?.was cured of Deafuoas. accompanied with dis. from the external Ear oi 10 jears stauduie in I x ? trss. ^Tte above ca?e? were considered Incurable, nod a'l Jsuk-sh atU'ndetl with Scroftllauntil Dr. LCTENERS *aantent was dlscovei ed. Numerous other teatlmoqlala to en at hi*Office 2j Warreu-st. n2l iiU? Q" Uls? nod Toupee-. ? l- A l'c It rlLUH ?< ~~ *ve.i Win KAt l'i'K\ ;.t i Wa::-sr_ whereat ail:::?..? *V found the largest assortment tu the city. Strangers vddzertishould coil sno ludge for themselvea before pur. "?^rr1 *''?'where. BATCfLELOR'S newlj'-inventesl a .<buuavd a silver medal ai the Fair of the American liaauite. Copy the address. fUjli WrVUFtt -r.J.\V.Ke<ineld,Phvsio<rno:uist.ll Barolay-st nl?lm Skvi .>k T.? ki? ?f-usively to DIS. ?1 BRthmvi^^ BAR, from 9 to 4 o'clock |'.':ivrKr.' AU^A\, ENTP.ANCE 1J WARREN. I f fJ' h tR--AT1SB ?HE EVE, Sd edition, j vy io the jeauneai oi U>e aSecrlora of those delicate 1 Lt imported, a larM supply of bsjMrjJM .VRTI?1C'1L l.Tl.-s.wrc.tCfciife : . * .U.ttrtt..AL t, tfi a -hey :. . .- .- sccorie/oe u-oV.?^;'1 ?f*r* < -*f oseazobserver canao; deiec'ic*in * natural eye, I ?14 lnu*DA2?ow\V* ' 3r;\ n uu'.;v ->- If ?rana, Patented.Vr-. l^wSittei I^^S^Z^^^ parti.* Metss-r qojd.des ?f ihe above' P VtVT^v ?: ^????-?y. Bp*fs? ;fcat several a nu--'lu-turi'rs oM^'S^rS^* ^reb? Bs??rled<-ed fnferiorilv c-e In'Tf?ietr^ ?Sy*1 Of ac> iUr, .e'i.: ..? ': \ ? ' >v. .- 2 YVANTKH. CHANCE TO MAKE A F HTKA< ANTED?At 111 Nass little more than or leave address d'i If ly respectable ; Man with a capital % "ANTED AGENTS.?] iaid. Tu Pi; VV ft I L I lie. Call at FELLOWS, VAN ANTED.?4U to 50 I INFORMATION W v'NTED of MARY -?-ARMSTRONG?Who is supposed to live with some family in Lewi.- st. Will call ut.'l < ;u,~lc:i-sr_ Brooklyn, ?TORE WANTED.?V. ?> ,,..? ...... I. |mn rtinc House ; >Mri AUV ary. 4 N APPRENTICE WANTED?At tlio Card, Seal and General Engraving Business?a IUCRATIVE EMPLOYMENT given -ito Ladles und Gentlemen who have leisureiluie, In a light and genteel fancy work, taught In a few easy lessons. Considerable emolument may he derived as soon an arrjuir ed. Applyjpersonally, between the hours .if leu and lour, si Mr. ROSE'S^ 41 Barclays u?ar Broadway. Pwiiium A JOURNEYMAN Bommiindi::;. <>f Respectable JTounci Man. h A ? i \'. tlyu; ?eof poncneeu S\ Al V" A S Pi mo PARENTS AND FAi B2S boar ding. WANTED?From ,r .. i :*rittomnn and Cad-.- ;P AN D.?A m T.?s:h h the Li: giVe instruction. a location in or n* ar :he Fifteenth Wo if. desired. A ceres.- O. S. Tribute Office. dGt BOARDING would like io a for :he reason tha: ih pied by tbei::: elves, two agreeable pcrsoi tins office with addre ate Family me Gentlemen, A LADT from the Country desirous of X~jY. living verv quietlv during the Win'er, advertises for BOARD, with a rooni containing a grate or a rire place ina private family. 1'p town near Broadway preferre i. Referencesexebaoged. Address d. " rni'une Office. BOARDING.?67 Varick-st. near St. John's Park; alarce front Room on the Second rluor and one cn the Third floor, with good Pantries attached, either furnished or unfurnished. Also?Rooms for Sinilo Gentlemen, with first late accommodation, on very moder? ate term?. d-!3t* B OAR !>l AC-KN'T 1 >n>al way. adies and Geh Wiliiimshiirih, CjJOARD :3tv,fe or' in i.t!' m; Single Genth tooms by apr ? I WITH BOARD. >o.\ i; f) WA ED ff>( i \ R B OA Rh.?A back Parlor uni Le privilege of bi !'?? accommod B >OARD?A A RC man ant and rciji n& It "YR. SPOLASCO. arm, and possibly my life. | il attention, you have per. i miiiinicalion from ma enn but t consider the above ;-, and 1 le?l i have now t s F.Vs'I NG Y MACHINERY invented & Pheips public as adapted it fine sir uy Isaac M. Singer, and manufactured i:' Harvard-place, Boston, Muss., is orfl by Siui. ?red to t Phelpa's the lewi in'-d to the to sewing or woolen tor opera! rV ah be made,) Slates. Aii eppli Tin itch wui be carefully packed to rid,) as well as a.i inquiries about l purposes, will ->e promptly at mrers. All letters must lie post SINGER k PHEEPS, 'Harvard-place, Boston, Mass. in this are of light atio invention; tc ahle. condensed an.i rapid machine could lie ea ecuted with velocity rj two separate machines, each ?irti neither exactly answering the purp new things, guracteil [he attentu Ci'.i ,? j ti... .... ., ?. ,- |... r y. inventora and i,,-*; machinists in tl e,-t.. hi.eri-'i!;.-:. ti-.-."i?;.t7e:d'V.J 1:; ? havehad other, and re. like ail inventors, f the first en weeks ?apableoj rular, and ale, wrii Tiiis aa ol : % we visited tbe rooms of Sinzer x Phelps, 19 ee, and personally witnessed the operation of -.In it that great enemy to perfection in ma :ao?.?? essentially overcome, and by the most is. l tie needle t- straight an i works perpes on ioc u,- te of the machine; by means of a '?-ico-a shottfetfce ,o,,p (. the stitcn is made ??? B!.u h ,? 6?5 sijnout. The great improve NEW PCBLFCATIONS. On^uc vr'o>r>A V KN PORT'S CHEi Tribun-? Buildings, Nassau-i -.rhcrc ear, be forad all tho cheap publication.; of the > as s ood a-" published. TTRELL aro Miirria iEao.au tho fENFoars, 'ribane Buildii .ivmg ?Mea WATEB for t FiODf er, i Tiea Mine MiK Bmii lieat Inter Dccc JOURNAL lex and Title-Page >Vnter-cure; Cont'e? Doctor; Cold Show ; Coxalgta; Water ->?!.? on the Bodv and IBS Fever; Medical ? : Fever Boils and Harrow Escape from :e vs. Apple-Trees; it:-?its Treatment; ure ; " The Dawn of cellany, aim wo i.suai variety. This is an unusually valuable numl cents, or$l a year. FOWLERS d6 .'tD?itW Publishers, 13! Nus npHE ANNTJAL R-EPOR' Condi?on of the Poor," for 1850 and '51 (iibscribers will he supplied by callins LEY, corner of Grand and Elm sis. oi lowing officers ol the Association, cr tr tri? Committees, who are authorized t lions, viz.: James Brown. Preside: George Griswold, Vice Jim:es Boortuan, Vice-President, llilUr J. Smyth Rogers, M 1). Vice-President, 57 11ori.no Allen, \ ice-President, 25 Clinton-, Ko'iert B Mtnrarn, Treasurer, 78 South-st First Ward?James C. Ramsey; 137 Cedar Sect nd Ward?George W. Abbe, 13 John Third Ward?F.. Cnuldwell, 11 Murray-st. Fourth Ward?A Kurd on. Jr. 87 South'-?'. Fifth Ward?A. R. Wermore, '<'\ Veaey-sL Sixth Ward?N. C. Everett, 117 White-st Seventh Ward-Siephen Cutter. 13 tlouve D NEW proving the ; ol the lol of the Dis resubscrip ^President; 7;> South-; H. C Nmili Wuni-Jamvs O. i'ond. M.U. 17 Sixth-av. Tenth Ward?James Horn, 9 Clirvstie-sL Eleventh Ward-S. P. Patterson, 73 Avenue I). Thirteenth Ward?Lewis Cbichestcr. 2'J2 East Broadway. Fonrtecntb Ward?Adam W, Spies, 65 Prlne-eL Fifteenth Ward?Thomas Denny. 11 Cliiituti-place. Sixteenth Ward-Luther Jackson. 36 Twellih-st. Seventeenth Ward?S. C. Lynea, 17 St. Marks-place. Eighteenth Werd?F. E. Mather, ill Hast Bighteenth-sL Nineteenth Ward?O. W. Morris. FifUeth-st near Fifth iv fn252weod*] K M. HARTLEY, Secretary ' IQiSTElN Ol ?t\. ^ ccraber Forged ' Pirate?; er's Drei Rival to Reveng* cr.d V. bi How ih Plenty o Spedme Kahle: Jamesto in Irelan 51 ii Uine COrrespondenci nnv Lind; Renn L;.;i 9t Foreign Newa. Line?, by Park Be elen; A Noonday Clo:i .... Dramatic Notices; " usual variety of Mews Items, i.e. For sc'.e by all News Agents. V. I). r'r lObTON ; Curious [8 Swept iiiecdote; eralltlon; f a Child ; : A Little S. sloop iMummy ? Prinliu^ n Absent Names; imbrance. And tho d I St* rjHBE PHYSO-MEDICAL JOURNAL J. AND ADVOCATE OF REFORM.?Anew Medical Jour about New Publi forwi City. V. ' d5 2w TOHN H. STILL, Wholesale and Re? il? tail Dealer In NEWSPAPERS, CHEAP PUBLICA? TIONS; BOOKS und STATIONERY, Portsmouth-.?Tiare, (two doors from liie roet-Clffiif, i"Snn Franclsco, 17. C. N. B. Cash Rd tlons, Books and ! REFERENCES Greeley At McEli tOn : /.fof?lll At C C. Kernble. Esq. -.1 on consignments oi Cheap Publica H Howland. Eiq. ?er ic Roger?, Boa 'lacheater, Esq. E. i\\2 Itn OFFICERS of BANKS, any ki f. t-.'ii BTEs* r.LN advan 1 HE INSURANCE ?etrairlng Printing of ry decided itu lions.? cm select he Printer the : res , and gi highly commended by ction to the Companies J! fully Tl?i '?l RTf ot - Pre itmknt to CUSTOMERS. AKER, GODW IN it CO. Printers, ' WA Y. RLS] st'-lieo; aunpnaa, aunoua piper sneu, s.c. Hinerre, c.a. 2l.nuts, Ma-tetra v. mm nuts; Pecan: . coa cms, peanuts, ' " " Calabria, Sicily and refitted liquorice, rt-cfc cacdy. sserm candles, a:; colors and different pricesi sperm oil,winter and fall strained'! -'.ve.-t oi.;. :a bot;.',.- ?.: :;..f.:i- = ?? iiri:-osoil, anchovies, olives; r.uts. d:er:-.a.?.i.c. ?tc W.'? rsl ? lam I. I . - therjwiih sgeseril assortment of English sauces. Also, v try sapetlot ETcrnand black tea.-, a lull assortinent,and whiteandhr iwn iugars, aiJ the diffttrcnt kinds, at a? prices; coffee, s&sc eoranen^elsororiiu-.iit.drr iiily: cbocr'at^,prep . .. cccca -cd puste, cccoa shells, spices, whole aad gratiad, warranted pure; l;j'-:er'- b.-o-.v:.. pineapple, raspher .. - men gincr, orgealasd ,:h.r .;-'n.p-: cherry snd raspberry brasdy. a rich and delicious c rdtal; ir lala, foreigri and rrfestlc, in bottles and on era::: old Irish. Scot' a t t Monossfittela whisky: super.cr old wtuss anil htrutrrs, an ctter.riveassort- r._. nient; Engiah. ScotchardArne- *rican tue and tv-rter. ;?. beule*; isinsiass, tapioca, arrow-root, sa_* >. tr arch'barlev. hominv. oatmeal: Castile, yellow aa.Ishav ? I ( REWARD will he given by the % * " " ?? - idon ?* wl lea I toibe recovery of the fo n Ins de? "ibed property: 22 yds. fine white banner si k stoJis 4i inches wide; SO yds. tine ??'Ik d?tr>n>k crimson 21 j inches wide i 58 yds. damask green ;lj n:che< wwe: ? yds. do light blue21 Jmcbea wide; 18 yds ??or. mson3l Inches wide: 71 yds. hue silk gr>w de Naples, crimson: 33 yds. do do crimson. GEORGE RR f.YEA, AM?SEMENTS. \V 1LLIAM H. BRADBURY'SCHOR * v AL SINGING CLASS AT THE TABERNACLE? With the desire of directing the attention ot the puh?c more generally to the study und practice of Vocal Music, and especially with k view to the promotion of Congregational Sicgbi in the Churches, the subscriber has leased the BROADWAY TABERNACLE one eveninc each week, for twelve comecutive weeks for ELEMr.NTARY LESSONS AND LKCTl'RES lower than in his smaller classes, while every facility tor pleasant study and rapid progress will be afforded. The first lessen of thecoursew.il bo given on FRIDAY EVENING, Dec. 6, comnsencmit at 71 o'clock, and the lea' eons win he continued on Friday e\etiings of earth week. lesson v? ill be postponed one week. For.gentlemen,$2; ladies,$1 to; cbltdron,accompanied by purer.rs or guardians.-Si; tickets for single, admission, 2j rent; euch?for sale at the principal Music stores, at R.iv nor's t ookslore, 76 Bowery, and Newman Jt Co.'a. 100 Broudway. |ul at] ' WM. B. BRADBURY. OEC( IND <JRAND VOCAL AN"D eC?!NSTr.I"MKNTAI. CONCERT.?F. E. DOCTOR, Pianist, from Vienna, has the honor to Inform the Public tiiiit hisSr.ord Concert will lake place at the TRIPLKR li ALL. SATURDAY. Dec 7-:.- -te.i bv S irn-ra r.-istli Benedetti, Prima Donna at the Italian Opera House; by his Lady, ?Madame L. Doctor, ami by the eminent violin vir. tuoso, Ferd. Griebel. Iv;Overture from /ampH. for four hind*, executed bv 3..Air from Ernai i. by Slgnora Trufil Benedetti. L.AIarrbe Marocsin, composed by Meyer,executed by F. E. Doctor. .'?..Violin Solo, by Ferd; Griebel 6..Greeting to America, Grand Duetto from Na'iona] Airs, for two Pianos, composed by F K Doctor und executed by himself and Madaine Doctor. 7..Air from Don Juan, by SlgnoraTruffi-Benedettt. 8..Grand Polacca, for Piano, lor four bands, composed lij Kitckeu, executed by F. F. and Madame Louisa Doeior. n..Violin Solo, bv F. Griebel! 10..A Caprice for the Left Hand alone, composed by Winners. Grand Polka do Concert, composed and executed by F. E Doctor. 11..Dream from Lombardl, by Slgnora Truffi-Benodetll. 12..Yankee Doodle. Grand Fantasia for Piano, composed .Mr. Tii'i.m will pn-n.de at the Piano. Doors open at f o'clock; to commence at 8. Tickeis 50 cents, to be had at the princtoal Music Storesand Hotels, and at Schuberfh .v. Go's European Music Depo., .'"'7 Broadway, opposite tho Park; dt U* HPRIPLER 1 [ALL.?Madame ANNA -I BISHOP'S EIOHTH GRAND SACRED CONCERT on SUNDAY E\ ENING NEXT, Dec.8, on tho sum.- mag? nificent scale ns before. A grand selection from Handel's MESSIAH. Also, new .-.? OOS (I.ever before performed bere) from Meyerbeer's PROPHETE, Donizetti'* MARTYRS. Rossini's'MUSES IN EGYPT The great Violinist, Herr GRIEBEL; theomlne'nt Cor net-a-PistoD, Mr. BAY-LEY; Grand Chorus?the whole under the direction of Mr. BOCHSA. ITALIAN OPERA HOUSE, ASTOR JLi>LA< K New Mac mery. by Mr.TunUon; new Dress? es, by Mr. Debourro; Properties, by A. K. Gilbert; new Scenery and Decorations, by F. Grain. Prices of Admis eion?Secured seats, Parquctto and Boxes, 82 S0 ; admission to Purcuette mid l!oxi> on the ??veiling of perform,oi.-e. ; Amrl'':beHtcr, 50 cents. GRAND GALA NIQllT. Siguo rino TERESA PARODIin hor grand character of Gemma pi V'bbgy; Signor IiETX1N1 (bisllast appearance but ope in America, and for lliis time ouly,) in Gouimadi Vergy as Tamas. fir.Awn BALLET DtVEBTtSSEMEttT, principally bv JM'Jtr. NATHALIE FIT/JAMES und SUrnof UI U.SEPPK CAR KSK. h MA X MARETZEK has the honor of Informing his pat? rons and the publle m general tiiayhe will give on Satcr uav EvENIXC, Dec 7. n truly Grand (ialaNicbl. on which occasion be will ..-Her n spectacle worthy of tlielrupprohu Gemma.Signorina TERESA PAROD1 Conto tu Vergy.Signor Avignono Ida.'..Signorina A Patti Tamas.-Si?'uor Bl.TTINI Gutdo.Higv.ur Nov.-;ii Rolando.Slgnor Olubilel Leaders, Mr.Kreutzer und Sig. Lietti; Chorus Master, Mr. Hensler. Doors open at 6J ; to commence at 7j o'clock. No orders. No free list. Last week but one of Signorina Teresa Parodt in New York. _ I TAI. IAN OPKKA If U/SK, ASTOR formed Mozart's Grand Opera. In 3 act .of Donnn Anna.'......SIg'aTruffi Benedetti Dona Elvira..Slg'a A. Patti | Oiovar.na. .Sig. Berjevent.no Don Otaviii.Sig.Forti I Commendatore?Slg. ROsi Lenders. Mr. Kreutzer und Slg, Liet'i; Chorus Mi-br, Mr. Hensler. Prices of admission : Secured Seats. Parquet and Boxes. $2 50; admisstoti to Parquet and Boxes o.u tb evening of performance, $2; Amphitheater, 5" cti. ,Doors open at 1 lo 7 o'clock. MECHANIC'S HALL. 472 Broadway, 1"1 above Grar.d-st.- OPEN EVERY NIGHT during the week, annl furtherno?ce. The :.:i.:e. i we. n.-.orr.- f,'ll Rl ST YS MINSTRELS, endertbe man axemen 1 Of E.I'. CHRISTY, whose Coo. certs In this city for a succession of four years, have ',. m received with favor t?7 highly respectable and faahionalile audiences. Tickets 2? eta. Doors open at G j; commence a:7J. ThepatroBS of Christy's Minstrels ar-i respectfully lnfonnedthutll.er.sual Saturday A.tercooa Concerts Will be discontinued for the future, dl Ira CIELLOWS' OPERA HOUSE? Hail JL of Lvr,c.. !11 Broadway, next door to th'j Olympic.? OPENIN'G WEEK.-This new and splendid Ha!: is now open, and will continue open EVERY NIGHT during tb '? ? ek. FELLOW S' ETHIOPIAN OPERA TROUPE, comprising a company of 11 talented and efficient per fora.ers. under the direction of J. B. FELLOW'S. Con ceri lo consist of Song*, D iets, Glees, Quartettes. Cho? ruses, Restrain?, Sic' i.e. Burlesques on Italian Opera, Dutch Dritt, bisirumental Solo? and Ethiopian Dance*. Admission 25 cents. Doors oj a at ?.<?.,- :ert at 7 J o'clock. Afternoon concert oo Wedi-oaday &J.J. Saturday, commenc? ing at 3 o'clock, dl lm IS. >\S GA RDKN.?D'Kira open at ?} mnehce at 7$ oVlock.-Tlr keta 50 cent* to ail z>-\:'n ? : t:.e .Yi..".l ? r. -ilf: Loai s. ?0. War./w.-r.Mr. JOHN 8EFTPN No performance ?n Thiirsdar, Friday andSaturday of tin's week, in consequence of the rehearsal necessary for the forthcomfBg pan'omlme by the wonderful Ravel Family. MONDAY'EVENING. Due 0. ::.?? performance will com niri.cv with an Overture. After which evolutions on the MA/ULM ; or, Ti.e Night Owl. TJUR7(>N'S THEATER-Chambera-st. 3-9-~,r i t.? ?The !?-? -1. Tneater to the large Bote'.? THiK F.VEMNG. Dec ?.. wiiihe played the cele? brated Con edj. in 3 sets, of THE SERIOUS FAMILY. Mr. Terr-r>. .Mr. B.-tuu | Whlow Debaaine.Mrf.Skfirrett To be fo lo? ed i.y a Populsr Builed. and the drama of the LA.sT MAN; or Tut: M;.-er of Euham Grten. To conclude uith the Farce of MY FRIEND IN THE .STRAP.-?. Boxes D ess t.r le and Pare?.e.-,. >? e>; Family Circle, 23.cla; Orcf e^tra Seai?r 7ictr; Pr.vute Boxe;, cV'J ai;d ??. D'.ora open ij. to begin at 7. pROA DWAY THEATER.-DOO RS ING,Dec. ?, will be r.'-':''s- .Howe's Cometfy.Ts 5 tcts. cf AS 1 00 LIKE IT D . ??.Fredericlis1 Ro*^:l"?.Miss E mberi; .'scenes...Dyott ? CeHa...Mr?. Abbat: PLATONIC ATTACHMENTS. Price* of Admn'irm: To Dress Ci^cie end Parquet,?:*-' Ftniily Circle and Tbird Tier, i> ; Ga'Jery, b-lj^f_._ HPRIPLER HAIX.?Madame ANNA . i BISHOf'8 EH^IiTU SACBrlL> .Ci}\^t rjac,\: X-, 1 lace a-- bsq d on RifWTiAY gVENINGw?-j I fePEK?" lvLA.^fe>?;^-->jta*t ^:.d I uahmeat.iuii^w* , B\Ri'l'M'S AMERICAN MUSEUM. ? ,:^,^v;r ?nA,?---i-"'-M.,.,fI.r_ f>,?lKm p..fr>>n0. arctaaut<'ruOii ai. 7 u; , _tii i a en ? v .4 i-ni ! as ana tr^^?4^ ?np??' to bis Soots, Dance?, r.. sWrirv ?7. ? t:. EVENING will be ra-w'onued Yot'tt LlFrs Y\-nxS GEB, sod MOP C MY THUMB. Tt* CHInrsV Mi:* SEUH has been added to :;.??.??; er fsr'ncu,, of ih? eata L'lisbnjcnt. Admission25r is. children, 12J eta. TF-W~Y(>K K AM PH ITH K?tl?rCSr iY THIS EVENING Dec u. will b*performed, ihn Fairy Pageant of CINDERELLA: or, The Utile Glass Slipper, in which the chsracier? will be sustained by? children, all ;?<>? than tJ -.ears of ??>? ? <~ ierrtla. ?? -y v i scene*Id iheClrele Ii >' b theTRENCH TROUPE will appear. The four best Female Riders in 0* world. M'll*. Louise, Wile Tooralare, M'll* Rons and Madame Benolt, will appear on the same evening, private boxe?, SOcenttj Boxes. 25 cants; PH. Us cents Doors open alrtj. per ormance to commence ai o'clock. n25 HPHE DUSSEL?? >RF ACADEMY OF -1 FINE ARTS Leaning's gr*?i Historical Picture of the "MARTYRDOM OF BUSS" has been aJied to the, collection of Painnnis hy ar;;?u of the above school. Ad? mission iMjctLts; season lichts $!, a-d description rata? logves 18} cents d-l 3m PILGRIM'S PROGRESS.?NOW OPEN AT WASHINGTON HALL. 998 BROAD. WAY. near Houston it. the Panorama Of B UNY ANS PIL GRIM'S PROGRESS Doors open at 7?to commence si 7j o'clock. Admittance, ;?> Cents?Children half price. Family Tickets, admitting 4 persona, Si. Tickets to be ob lali.ed at the Bookstores and ui the door. An Afternoon Exhibition rxi WT.nNKSDAYH and SAT? URDAYS, at 3 o'clock, and on THANKSGIVING DAY at 3 o'clock. 1J tw* THE PAINE CE LEBRATION at" th? Chinese Rooms, by BALL and SUPPER, on Jan. 29, 1^51?Splendid Rand, large Supper-room, Oration. The Committee anJ others taking part will meet on Friday eren .? at ?-. it The Beacon Otftce, 3 Frankllti-soiiare, N. York. N. B.?T. Fame's works tor sale. The Citizen of the World, orSunday Beacon, published atthe office G, VALE. The Paine Farm A*.ation will al-t. meet as above. It*, A LKSH V^A IMUT1 Os\~ A. M Mkkwin. Auctioneer. BY BANGS, BROTHER <fc CO. 204 BROADWAY.?Cash advance* made upon all con slgnuiema FRIDAY EVENING, Pec. 6. at fij o'cloc k. Choice awu Elegant New English and Ambmcan Books ?A large collection of valuable English Hooks, man; of which am superbly illustrated, just received from London. Aiso hh assortment of popular standard Ameri? can Publications and Miscellaneous Literature, be, kc Catalogues will be |.?ne.l on the morning before the Sale, When ll.e Books may be ui.i-.vi.-d. M. B. Bi-ti.kr, Auctioneer. "DTJllLIC ADMIN 1 ST R ATOR'S S A I.E. A ?On MONDAY, Doc.9, Bi ll o'clock, at Rushwick, Long-Island, in Forrest si. near Conselyea's Tavern and ilia Cross-ltoads, the stock, tools und materials of the Cabinet mid Instrument-case shop ol Ludwig Klink, deceased, con sisllng of mahogany Medicine Chests. S\ ringe Boxes, Pis? tol Cases, Instrumcui i se . Scale and Cupping* Boxes, Cutlery Boxes (part finished and part unfinished). Work liei c! ('?-. l eu; -. Scp-t s, mal.ogattv and pine Boards, horso n.r Machine, Grilldstonot, Stoves. Also, a two-seat Rockaway Wacom lumber Wagon, set Harness and black Mar-. Terms of sale, cash, to be mud on dav of Sale, By order 01 JAMES S. THAYER. dti St Public Administrator, 7 Nassau-st j. D. 1Ioi.iih.ook. Auctioneer, JD. holbrook will sell at auction on ? SATURDAY, Dec. 7, In front of bis Sales-room, 78 Broadway, al II o'clock, a one-horse iop Wagon and Har? ness: idso, one Yawl Boat; ai.-', a lot of Shoe*, iirawrrs, Buttons. Sewing Silk, <tc: also, an invoice oi Dutch Bul? bous Flow er Roots. dfi 2t? Ben.'. Moonbt, Auctioneer. etancy goods, toys, <fcc? ben B JAMIN MOONEY will sell at Auction THIS DAY, at in o'clock, at the Store it Platt-st. dressed Wax Dolls, ditto plain, Purses, Sicei Vest Chains, Gutta Percha Figures, fancy Gloss Boxes, ice. Also,20 cases Toys. Also, a largo quantity of Plaster o! Pails Figures, i.e. kc. dti It* Wm Iii mont, Auctli neer. .\rs ok the Trustees sale of l.V! LOTS belonging to the Buchanan Estate, In the uli Hiui Ninteenth Wards of I' is city, are now ready at ifllce of the Auctioneer, The sale will be positive, on DNFSDAY Dec II at I'o'clock, nl the Merchants' ha. ge I he pi "i erly lies on Rutger, Cherry, 42d, 4-ttn, 46th, itHil -47ili sts. and Sd, tih and Lexington-avenues; nue A and Miii 63th and Sfitli ats nnd valuable wuter i. |n ide East River ' DUMONT it HOSACK, Si* AucttQl.rs, II Wall-st._ ORTH R1VKR I'ROI'RRTV.?For -ale. l^ftill .-liaren In the purchase of a bountiful piece of LAND on the Hudson River, -j of an hours' ritte from tho cltv which has been divided Into 35 purrelstsbares) of from 1 to 2 seres each. ?s soon aa the remaining 12 shares aro taken (22 being already engaged) the property will be ap? portioned by drawing for choices. For the i plum first chosen, hikI for the lnst, which will cosl $1,200 each,thero is b s'fi -Iii"-' oder ol .?n. ???. 1, li". ?? it aril *.*,<"??, respec? tively Apply to COLE '? CHILTON, D Wall-st. where mups and prospec'ua c?n be obintn'-'l. (l*oJ dj IUI M IN Ff/VAlNCIAfj. DI\'/DEND.?NORTH AMKRICAN FIRE INSURANl R COMPANY, H7 Wall-sl New \ ork. Dec. ti, 1850.?The President und Directors have de? clared ttseinl-ani ual DIVIDEND ol EIGHT PER CENT d8 Jw ' R. W. IiLEECKER, Secretary. ?TkHIO and PENNSYLVANIA RAIL v^ltoAD COMPANY -8 0OJX? SEVEN PER CKNT. MORTGAGE Loan ?Sea ed Propose i w?l be received by the subscribers mud Saturday, the 7n, .l?y of iMei-Miiiner next,for FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS of the first and only Mortgage Bonds of the Ohio and Penn sylvanla Railroad Company, convertible Into tho Stock ef the Company at the pleasure ol ihe holder, at any tune pre vio?s to their ma. I.lag seven percent per annum Interest, and redeemable in New-York on the 1st of July, These Bonds are In sums of $1,000 each, with Coupons attached, pay aide In New-York on die in of euch January ami July. Them 11 ? 1 fertile provisions of ihn arts of the Legislatures ol <m and Pennsylvania, ami are s? cured by a mo;:.... i ited to John J, Palmer, Esq. of the City* ol New-York, In trust foi the Bondholders. This mortgage covers the entire line of the Road from Pittsburgh to Mass in I leStateof Ohio, a distance oi 107 miles, the cost of wliicli Is estimated ai 82,085.000, and the Trustee is > mi.<. ered, in cose of sixiy ilays' defaolt In the payment ol Interest or principal of the Bonds, to lake possessio. of, use and s.-,, the whole ->i any part of the same; and It j..oi idi ?> (lirther, ii.ai K.,i..;s to the amount of one million ?ldollars In ?11 may be Issued, of which amount fire hundred thousand dollars have already been disposed of, principally In England, In ihe pun base ol rails, spikes, ciialrs. locomotives, fcc leaving only the. bonds aow oBerea be issued ander the mortgage. The proceeds of the entire Issue are exclusively applied to the superstructure and equipment of the line from Pllta burah to Masaiilon, tin- means for tho coostructloa ol the roaii ready for the Iron, have be.-i. amply provided by reiia Ide stock iul.st:rij.l.oi,a ; aneu, / whien Ihe twin cities of Pittsburgh and Allegheny have each subscribed ami paid In 821)0,000. The Ohio and Pei rylva .', Railroad form* part of the great direct line Of Railroad between theciiies of New York, Philadelphia and St. Louis, which, when finished, will be shorter than any of the routes between New-York and St Louis. The line between Philadelphia and Pittsburgh will he ready for travel in 1802, by which tune tlm whole of the Ohio and Pennsylvania road to Its junction with the Cleve? iund. Columbus ai.d Cincinnati road. Is imenderj lobe fin? ished. The portion of the r - ' '? ? ????:> i n Pittsburgh ami Masai! Ion. Is Duw ander contract ami progressing rapidly and will be in operation In 1851 ; from Pitiaburgh to Beaver It wili be opened for tratfic in Jnlv next 1immense and rapidl) Im reaslnglycommerceofPliU burgb.joined to the traffic I i be derived from several of ihe wheat counties erf Ohio through w?cbthls road pasaos.will insure to It a liirge i.-.d productive husiue?? that can never be diverted by any other ronte; this wiihout taking into consldi ra:u.!. the (ong bed Ihe n?w <:?st of con? struction (estimated at only $l?^91 ptr rnlloA will Insure to the stockholders M,i.._. remunerative dividends, and there is little doubt ti.it [lie right of converting these Borsls Into itt.rk, al par, will be availed of by the Bond holders and add gn a:iv to the value of the Bonds, as It will enable the Bond holders to si.are in the prolits of the road when Its results s!...!l become matter of act, wiUv out incurring any risk while the road is iieinz constricted It is confidently believed that ti.u Bonds now offered for sale aflord one of the safest and most Qestraliie aecurities In the United S:a: ... FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS are now o?ered for *,ale. The entire amount will be disposed of absolutery and w iihout reserve to the highest bidder. Sealed proposals for toy "-.mount not Hess than $1,0(0 wft] be received at li;e oflicn Of ihe undersigned until 3 o'clock on the seventh day of December nexL Proposals to be adilressesi to WINSLOW, LANIER fc CO. 52 WaU-sL New-York, and indorsed "Proposals for Oh.o aiui Pennsylvania Bonds." A p.-;r.u.d rxlAi'u of Ihe all?.? of tlie Coapany.contaln inganiapof the road and ilaconnectii/ns, together whs eo pleaol the bond andmortgs ?, may beobtamswoosppu* i.... ... John J. Palmer, Esq,at the Merchauur ?ta/ia,or w lhesubacribers.who wifi furnish any fat?rnr wformatioo a*':o. ait* rema;iiO*:r ;u ev.o. om.-.r??, ?r,v oh.-iy ' K iai . ?Urc? ind Ann.' next-hut any P?<V be at liberty to pay in fu? ?? d v 0rp?y??m Interestwi ^^^At^ikS^WM^ New-York. 2Wt lfovaisdser,ia5ft, -... ,. ? tv FW YOB kand erie rail roa D IN cohpj^^^^^ !,.e rat? ??'?'.". I"r.' . . . ,, Ko A t;<e?j>.iev.at :ock '--f:\-A, . . i ? erthfl2ad lamiarv, 1851. ,ie oir.ee. I*0r-y.rt' '-0,?i f,om the I*blast to The Trans M ue i>->? . H is.rn '*ri, New-Y?rK. Dec. ? _ iividend.-1 b ; i Direct n Js-iv caiMinsscrxL fire insurance co. .vc this day dec ared a Vi Ueadol I.e prrctrnt. payalsle " , " ?'. i At \ a ' T, ~'~ vt S3 J "?ii.?'v Ste i=r ."