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VOL. X.NO. 3022. NEW-YORK, MONDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1850. PRICE TWO CENTS.
NEW-YORK TRIBUNE,
Fjre?.??u Tuesday morning the store of 3. L.
Msguire cc Co. on Exchange st. Baniror, wn en? |
tirciy destroyed by fire, together vyhb most of the j
stock. Lois about S5.U00, on wbich there was a j
$-.2,000 insurance.On Friday evening a ire ,
broke out in the upper part of the four-story bn k I
building Q'i and 69 Mi k it Boston, in rooms > '
pied by We H. ClaSin, bonnet mauute torer, ?
whose stock was badly damaged. The second
Soor was occupied by Mr. Uer-nan G Fisher,
dealer in straw goads, bonnets, Sec. whose s:oek j
was thoroogbh ioaked with water and otherwise ,
damaged. The lower floor was unoccupied Mr. j
Clafliu is luliv insured at eo office m Worcester. I
Mr Fisher is fully insured at the National Office j
for $6,000, which will probably cover his loss. ... \
A Bra recently occ nod at Paw Paw, -M. ih. which
burned the Paw !"aw House, owned by D. 0.
Dodge, the dwelling of Judge Bronghton, and the |
store and htm?? -,.f Mr. Mi.s. Total loss $6,000? j
all insured. !
mansions i:. Albany frontint; the Academy I'ark
and in the immediate vicinity of the State Hall
f.nd Capitol.
A ?FitKE Sou. C?tJSTy.?The complete census
ofCttyahoga County, O. returns givea yjpuia'iun
oi 4>,(>??:. Increase hi ten j ears i 1,550: of which
increase 10,9; % was in the city of Cleveland. No
County in a slave ritate can snow so great a
JV Prof, Lasel l's Course <>r Lectueei
l.bfiiiiHlry. ??.Spiugler Institute Union-nark
leciH THIm (Mi.ay) EVENING Dec. U-i?,?
Join.s ?.f M.iirr. fcOilde, llmilds tind *a?-?. Oxvk?
Hydrogen. Illustrated by numerous mterssllng an
llnlcilvo e*perlm? :,Ih. <iZi
! Mcc-hantr*' InMltute Lectures v
tuapel. 720 Broadway. TheSlxth Lecture in the C
??Iii be delivered '('His iMunduv) EVENING Dec
by HENRY James, E#q, aubject?"The Knie of the Pet
idies, 50 eta.
I *2
?iy
i
SPECIAL NOTICES.
I To Trades'-Unions-aiid all Wlioni it mi
Concern.? Inasmuch ?? the Primitiv estublishtneut
Messrs.Oliver & Brdt?fp in which-ve thnnnrin?iirni
ih.-"N. Y. Printers'Union" bad been adopted b* our em
ploj<-r(i. (11 report having gone abroad to the effect thatlt
had no:.) wi: would my to all Unions of Workin.'mun, that
the M<-Efrs Oliver Iiuvo mere limn compiled'with the
scalepl raid Union, as we have been in the recoiptof the
full null for the last four weeks, (iiy a voluntary advance
on Ihelr part,) whereas, Ihe" Scale" of said " Union" does
not trn into effect unlii the lirst of February, 1851. In doing
this they have(lu our humble opinion) sot a notable exam?
ple^ winch might be advantageously followed by the int.
which might also be advantageously copied by most of tue.
offices of Ibis clly, many of which hold to ilio two-woeks
syneui: ar.d others to tiiut of?get it when you can I
New-York, Dec. 21,1C50.
Henry Sickles, Jr. IJ. L. Northup,
Henry W. Phuir, C Shepherd,
Andrew C Weaver, Wm.B runs wick Bromell,
Thomas Scott Peois, Harry Slrutllin?r.
Churlos C. Shelley, Bautuel L It. Tliomp ;en.
dio if A McNaughton.
I? Masonic Notice.?The M. W. Grand Lodge
pi ihe td.A ii H. K. oi Free and A.i epteo Masons
hp the State of New-York, will coiiim;<norale. the
union of the brethren hitherto under tlpt jurisdiction of St.
John's Grand Lodge, with the Grand Lodge ofthidStato
by p. Masonic celebration, on FRIDAY NEXT, the
27th lust
TheOrsi.d Lodgowill assemble at the Cltv Hotel; 429
Broadway, ul !l o'clock A. M., when Grand Lodged from
otbei States will be Introduced,
A Procession will then bo fi>rmod,aud move at 10 o'clock
up Broadway to Triplet Hull, where St. John's Grand
Lodge will be received;
Ceremonies in the Hall.
An Oration, Addresses, Instrumental Music by four Mili?
um- Bands, Vocal Music by nn efficient Choir, i.e. kr..
Alter the exercises In the Hull arc concluded, the Grand
Lodge will re-form In order of proceislon, when the
im i ed Brethren
will fall Into their respective positions, and move down
Broadway to the Pork, tip Park Row, Cbatham-sL ami tho
Bowery to Union Square, and down Broadway to Tnpler
Hull, where the Brethren will dinu together a; 5 o'clock
P. M
All Masons In good standing are Invlled to participate In
the ceremonies. , ,, , , ,
The Brethren are requested to be punctual in their attend?
ance at 9 o'clock A M. dressed In (lark clothes. While
aprons and glovi a. < Ifficors in their apiiropnata llogulia.
Ti e gentlemen of tho press will please report io Brother
Jauioa NearyUn tho promonade saloon.
Ladies and Geutleinoo w ho are provided with tlckots.
I in
both tiers of box )S.
ninnef tickets nui be procured from Quo. H. Marshall,
61 Bowery; Ur. Powell corner of Warren-stand Broad
wav urilii: ihe Grand Secretary's office, Clly Hotel, 429
Br^^vray_
fg1' [HuhoiiIc Notice- Th,' momrti-rs of Independent
It oval Aich Lodge. No are requested to be punctual in
their attendance m iholr Lodge Room, City Hotel, 429
Broadway, on KRIDAV MORNING next, the 27th inst at
?i o'clock to unite in the (Ireat Masonic Union Celebration.
By direction ol JAMES W. POWELL, Master.
("mas Sciioly, Secretary. d23 Il*i
The Sisters of Mercy, In behalf of :lie
" Sick and Dying Poor.' respectfully and earnestly BOlictt
the public to add to their charities during this holy season
of Christinas, a time so peculiarly fraught with home com?
forts and erjoynionts.
Manysceuesof privation and suffering mootthelr eye iu
their ilkilv \-isituiion Ol the sick, and an alms, winch those
in abundance never miss, ? ould serve to alleviate tho mise?
ries of many a comfortless borne.
As their Institution now uilords protection and support
to one hundred poor girls of good churactor till placed In
situations, the Ststersnad u impossible to meet the wants
of the Sick ami Dying In their own houses, and of the poor
who dally seek relief tit iiieir Institution.
Pollutions In money, food or clothing, will be most grate
ftiUy received by the Sisters, at tbe Institution of Mercy,
cornet of Houston and Mulberry-sL New-York. d23 it
tS Notice?To I tie Journeymen Tailors of
New-York.?The Weekly Meeting ot the Tailors' Pr,?
leetlve Union will be held at llurrtck's Sixth Ward Hotel on
THURSDAY EVENING, Dec. Jii. at 8 o'clock, instead of
Wednesday, the 25th, being Christmas Day; also on
THURSDAY EVENING, January 2, 1851, instead of .1 un?
itary I, being Now-Year Dav. All men who have an in?
terest In the prosperity of the Union will do well to attend.
My order of iho Society.
JOHN McCAULEY, President.
Joseph Mathers,Secretary. d23it-u
IV For the Holidays.?Fifteen thousand copies of
SARONPS MUSICAL 't'l.M KS will be published and dla
I IrlbUted In this ctlv On TuesOw and Wednesday next. Ad
? VertlseinentS for tins edition should he sent to the ollice, M
\ Aim s! THIS DAY,bolbre9o'clock. P.M.
i Kates of advertising $12acolutnti. Smaller advertise
i metits in proportion. l& lf?| tt. 8. 8ARONI.
f "ra- l,n,llrn' Fair.?The Ladies Sewing Circle of ihe
' dm' Brunch Baptist Church w ill hold tbdr second An
no a i Kmr in the spacious Hal! S60 Grand -t. on MONDAY ,
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, the 2Jd, 2ith andiSth
I of Dec 1S.M< A variety of useful and ornamental unices,
j Toys, Books, i.e. suitable for Holiday Gifts, will be oflbred
i for sale at prices es low mt those ot any store In Ilia city. The
room ?III no open from io o'clock A. M. to loo clcosr. tu.
' Admission I2| cents._11 H
' e%?" Postponement.?Frnnkllu Literary Axno
vi-.ii on. The Thirteenth Anniversary of this Society has
been postponed, iu eonseuuonca of the storm, io MON?
DAY, the Ski lust at 7 I'. M. Essay. Poem, i.e. as before.
No further postponement Admission free. d^i it'
r"v> liiilekei-lioeker Hall, corner r.'ileav. and 23d-sl
jiUlN B. uoi'tiH w ill deliver a Temperance address
on next MOND AY EVENING, at the above place. Ex
Mayor Harper will preside. Sinehig by several etuiaent
vocalists, Admittance25cents; Chllaren half price. Tiie
Knickerbocker line of stuges stop at the lia'i. ' d2l 2t*
To Cabinet Makers.-We, the undersigned, on
N-hulfofihe Cabinel-niKkers in the employ of Mr. H AI -
DOINE,335 Broadway, wish to inform our fellow Trades,
men thai we have ceased work In consequence of a pro
noted reduction In the price of our labor on lite part of Mr.
BAUDOINE; and he having threatened to discharge any
man belonging io the Trade Committee, we wish our fe.
low Tradesmen not to make application for employment
until matters are settled, of which due notice will be given.
PETER GREEN, Chairman.
dSOSi? JOHN DENT. Vice-Chairman.
nr tiiand Division S.ot'T. N. Y.-A A i
Se.*!on of the Grand Division will he lield in the Hail. S60
Broadway, on MONDAY MORNING, the 23dlust, at 11
o'clock. Representatives are requested to be punctual,
jJ?UV By order. THOS. EDOERLEY, G. &
C?' Notice.?A t'nckage has been received from Liv.
trpooi addrt'ssisl " EowaRD Kakk," New York. The own.
fr will please call and take it away. Office of EEWARDS,
S.iNroRo i; Co.'s Foreign Express",
dl8 3i?hh1" ADAMS i. CO. IS Wall st.
ly* NcM--Kns!:tnil Society iu New-York.?The
society will hold iu Annual Meeting for the transaction of
t-oiiuess and for the Election of Omcers for the ensuing
yoar.ou MONDAY, the ?od Insu at 12o'clock, noon, at Ihe
*j!or House. By order ot the President.
all tau EP1IM. K1NGSBTRY, Secretary.
POLITICAL AOT1CE8.
?",r?? Ward.?Pursuant to ihe recommendadon
g umi*S Uig General Committee, lie Whig Elector* of tbe
EgS.? ?M are r.'quetted to meet at the Atlantic Garden on
i*9^'A\.MORN'NO.Dec. 8.betws?li the hours of 7
w? 'A M. for Die purpose of electinij DeWate* to Ihe
?Wg General Committee, to the Young Men'* General
tommittee, Rrij to , \v?rd Committee of iwunty-one men-.
,/? ?? snanlng year. P. B. Van Houten", Alfred E.
lrooier, Roberts ColHni have been appointed Inspectors.
By order of Ihe Ward Committee.
? JOHN FLINT. Chairman.
Jc-iiK Thompson, Jr. Secreiar,-. eiiift
fV Secom
compliance wi'.h \ht re.
EVER.-The Wlri? Ele
Committee anu h Ward Cmnmiue? forme'??"Siiinirvear.
(JjCAR IV. 3TURTEVANT,
Chaihiiao Ward Cdiiimitiet
f:'' ^ixtli Ward.?The Ui
Ihe S Ith Wart arc requested t<
,,i -i,. Democratic Whig Genen
American Ho el --or. ofBower
i) A Y. the 23d inst, to elect?
Five Delegates lo the whig 0
A. B. Amerm/
VjT Set enth
General Commit!
requested to af.-ci
kct-st
7A o'clock, for the purpose of selecting five persons to re?
present the Ward In the Senior General Committed, five
persona 'o the Young Men's General l ommittee, and two
WM. D. ANDREWS, fhiirinan.
? ./.no. I). Habmb, Secretary. d23 lt
OT l-ifrlith Ward.?Tin- Whig E:e,:t.>ra of ihis Ward
are requested to meet in their se veral Districts, in accord
mice wi h ihe call of ihe General Comiriuae, on MONDAY
EVENING, r^l lost hi 71 o'clock, as follows, viz.:
Is1. District?The Wilson House, 112 Mercer-sl
2d ?? AtOberle's,64 Woosterst
3d ?? At 81 Siillivan-aL
?Uli '? At Hezelden's.Varick, cor. Dominick-st.
5th ?? At Murphy's,52 McDougal-st
Clh ?? At Boytl'sj Hudson, corner King-st
7th ?? At Mechanics'Retreat, 481 Greonwlch-sL
fith ?? At north-east cor. West and Charlton-st*.
To elect a Delegate from each District, lo forma Ward
Conventon to select Five Delegates to represent this Ward
in the Whig General Committee for the ensuing year.
Also, lo elect a Delegate from each District, who in like
manner to select Five Delegates to ihe Young Men's Whig
General Committee.
Also, to elect a Chairman and Delegate in each District to
form u Win d Committee for the ensuing vear.
The Delegates so elected uro requested* lo meet on same
Evening, at 8 o'clock, at the Wilson House, 142 Mercer-si.
lor ihe purpose of organization.
By order of Wurd Commitlen,
JAMES M. MURRAY, Chairman.
James Gkim.ev. ! c ?,.?.?,:??
Alexander Meakim, {-'-cif'iu.cs. (j2J u<
tS Tcntli Wurd Whigs,?A meeting of the Whigs
oftheTenth Wurd will be held onMuNOAV EVENING,
the 23d inst. at the Eastern Emblem, 274 Grand s! at 7J
o'clock, for the puriiose of choosing a Ward Committee
and Delegates to the General Committees lor 1851.
By order of the Ward Committee,
JAS. 11. I'INCKNEY, Chairman.
E. A. Fra/.er, j Secretaries. d23 it*
Bjr Eleventh Ward Will?*.?The Democrat
Whigs ot the Eleventh Wurd are requested lo assemble i
MONDAY EVENING. Dec. S3, at 1i o'clock, n! Unit
Halbtoolect Delegates *^tiic General Committees,at
also a Wurd Committee for flic ensuingyear.
By order of the Ward Coiioiiltt.'o.
C11AUL.KS PERLEV, Chairman.
John H. Elliott, Secretary. d23 If
IV Twelfth Ward Democratic Whig Com?
mittee?NOTICE.?The Polls rorthe election of Mem
hers of Uie Ward Committee and Delegates to the General
Committees, Tor Uie ensuing year, will he held at the House
of '/. Haynard. Fourth av. near One-Hundred and-twenty.
flih-fct. oil MONDAY, the -.1.1 list fioni 12 M. to 3 P.M.
HARRIS WILSON. Chairman.
Wm. S. Carman. Secretary. d23 it*
(c> Thirteenth Ward \Vhlu I'rlnirirt Aloet
lug.?1'ursuani to h resolution of the Wh'g Genera] Com?
mittee, the AVhig Electors of the Thirteenth Ward are re?
quested lo aaseinblo at Vivarambla Hall. 7 Hester-st on
MONDAY EVENING, ihe 23d ihst. at 7A o'clock, to choose
Five Delegate* to represent Bald Ward in ihe Wieg Gene?
ral Committee, Five Delegates to the Whig Young Men's
General Committee, and a Ward Committee of 25 members
for the ensuing year. By order of the Ward Committee.
0. NEW COMB. Chairman.
T. C. Gould, Secretary, _d2l 2t*
fi?' fourteenth Ward.?In accordance with a rest
Julien of the Whig General Committee, the Wings of tho
Fourteenth Ward are requested to meet at the Broadway
House i n MONDAY EVENING, Dec. 23, at 7} o'clock, to
choose Five Members lo the Whig Genera! Committee,
Five Members to the Young Men's Whig General Commit?
tee, nnd tt Ward Committee for the ensuing year.
Bv order. DAVID SHERWOOD, Cha'rman
d21 It e ? Fourteenth Ward Whig Committee.
ntwHlliThtrentli Wnr<l. ? DEMOCRATIC WHIG
PRIM?R) ELECTION.?In accordance with ilie resolu?
tion of the Eighteenth Ward Whig Committee, and the di?
rection of tho Democratic Whig General Committee, we,
the Inspectors appointed by the said EiehieeuihWard Cum?
in,tice, do hereby call upon the Whig Electors of said
Wind, to assemble at the ALLEGHANY HOUSE, corner
of Seventeenth st. and Third-avenue, on MONDAY, 23d
day of December, 1850, for ihe purpose of electing Five
Delegates to the Democratic Whig General Committee,
Five Delegates to l!io General Committee of Democratic
Whig Young Men, and also Twenty-five Delegates to com?
pose the Ward Committee of said Ward, for the ensuing
vear. The poll will be opened for three hours, from 7 to
It; A.M. of that day;?Now-York, Dec. 18, 1850.
"PHILIP PE1TCII. ) Inspectors
OSCAR F. BENJAMIN. or
d!8 5l* ERNEST F. A1MES, ) Election.
OTWhig? of the Eighteenth Ward??*! nited
wo Bland, divided we fall."?In accordance w ith the action
of the Eighteenth Ward Whig CoiumiUee, held at their
Headquurlers on Wednesduv evening, l ull iusl. in pursu?
ance of u recommendation orihe Whig General Committee,
limed Dec. in, 1K50, the Whig Electors of the Eighteenth
Ward are requested to assemble at tlu-ii Heiulijuarlers,
Bull's Head Hotel, corner Thlrd-av, atid Twenty-founh-at.
on MONDAY, 23d of Dec, 1850, for ilie purpose of electing
Fi\e Delegate* to the Whig General Committee, Five Dele
gates lo the Young Men's Whig General Committee, anil a
Ward Committee of Twenty-live Members for the ensuing
year. _
" be open from 7 o'clock to pi o'clock, A. M.
Of that day.
Chrislopl
lutnt
Wei
Daniel Ton v. pecreiar.es. d20 31*
fr? To the Whig Electors of the Elghtecuth
W nrd.- 1 see in the Exprtu and TVifcunc of Dec. 20th a::
advertisment purporting ;o be a;; official call from the Wan!
Committee to the Whigs of the Eighteenth Ward fur a pri?
mary Election to be held at the Bull's Head Hotel on Mon?
day 23d insu to which my name :s attached a* one of the
Secretaries, and a'so as an Inspector, appointed by the
chairman, ala special meeting of said Committees held on
the eighteenth inst. As an INSPECTOR ELECTED by
BALLOT at n large regular meeting held on the Ith o'f
Dec. I beg leave to slate:!::.: the election for delegates to the
GENERAL YOl'SO MEN'S and Ward Committee, for
the ensuing year,will he held at the ALLEGHANY HO?
TEL. Cor. of SKVENTEE.NTH-ST. and TUIRP-AV on
Monday 23d in.-t. from 7 :o 10 A. M. I also deny all knowl?
edge of my name being attached, as om of the Secreta?
ries to the proceedings of Use Ward Committee at the
meeting held on the 18th InsL as 1 PROTESTED sg:tin>:
all their proceedings as BEING ILLEGAL, and also to the
use of my cume for ?.nv purpose.
OSCAR F. BENJAMIN.
diic:* Secretary Eighteenth Ward Whig Commiuee.
vp To the W hin Electors of the Eighteenth
\\ ard.?At a meeting of ihe Whig Committee of the
Eighteenth Ward, held a: Bull's Head. Dec. 4. three Inspec?
tors were appointed for Ihe purpose of holding a Primary
Election in said Ward. These Inspectors having, contrary
to an express understanding in the Committee, bemoved
?die Polls from ihe Whig Headquarters, and from ihe usual
place of holding elections in '.he Ward, to a place on the
southern border of the Ward, particularly inconvenient for
a treat portion o: the hard-working and busine** men en?
gaged in the Ward ; and ihese proceedings having created
great dissRtisrV.ciion among the members of the Committee,
a special meeting w as called by the Chairman, in obedience
to the request Of many members of the Committee?the
proceedings of the previous meeting were reconsidered,
and the Election was ordered to be held at the Bu.:'s He&d
Hotel en MONDAY MORNING. 23d in*L from 7 to 10
,Vlock. WILLIAM H. Rl'DD. Chainnan.
Daniel Tci rv, Secretary.
The undersigned, members of the Whig Ward Commit
tee of the Eighteenth Ward, approve of the actione:' the
said Committee at their Special Meeting, held on the ISih
lnsiani
Wm. H. Rtidd, S. W ernpie.
John D. Rees, David Pern::,
James M. Ode!!, Dame! Torty.
Wm. H. Adams. John S. Wbtgac,
Benjamin Flarker, J. H. MUler.
Samuel Wise. L. C. Carter.
Richard Kelly, Jame* Kennedy,
Henrv Bi*hop, Albert Gilbert.
Jesse" W. Benedict. James AcderscD
E. Holbrook. ?US
WANTED.
N FORMATION W
\7i7 ANTED.?Situations are wanted tor
W UAmerkan 7 Gere? 3 English. 10 Scotch, ud
ANTED
V ANTED
; Chat'iber?-st. with partia:
?sb EitM, Tribune oirice. It'
Mo. Call at W. 0. BEALMON'I k L> >:S a Nans u-si
I npO TEACHERS.-?A Gentleman who
meat, woald do wi II to call on A. S. ilATCH at the ofl e
\\: ANTED?One or two Journeymen
? ? Forger? and Finishers of Tinmen's Shears. Perma?
nent employment and good prices will he given if immedi?
ate application is raada PECK, SMITH -V CO.
Southlngton, Conn. Dec. 1S50. dpi 3wD3wW
\\'A NTED IM M E DI AT EL Y?T>
? ? Rent a fMif.ll Honte, or psrt of a large one, in a
good neighborhood. Address Box 2,042. d'Jl 3t*
Tf/'ANTED?At 111 Nassau-st. (base
Saleemen^Portera^BclJMlTeacnera, B^-keepers?Wauers!
Coachmen, Boys to learn respectable trades. Rules and
Regulations to be seen in the office, which are strictly ob
reived. Employer's fee $1 per year. Applicautsenclbslng
81, free of postage, stating the descriniioa of employment
required, csn be suited. |d2J it-) THOS.SPINK., Agent
W? N T ED-Several vounc men to en
per month without risk. Call on W A.
jiu 0 to 12 A.M. and from 2 lo I 1'. M.
A N TED I EVI M ED I AT E L E V?A
vnnir.lres-w?l be. givtn. Address A. M. Box 1?, Post
Olfice _d2l 2i?
IfURNISHED ROOMS WANTED?
A From tin- llrsi of Janaary to IUb lirst or Mny. fperhaps
longer) between Fourth and Fourie-mh sta. and between
Fourih and Fifth avs. A location on or near Broadway
?would lie preferred. A basement or second-iloor parlor
with abed room, well furnished, warmed and lighted, will
WANTED. ? Soldiers' Rights,
or about 1818, for services in the war of 1812, am
years sold and lost for taxes. Apply to or I
MATT1SON, J Nassau-st. New-York, giving number of
lot, lie. diu Im*
WANTED AGENTS.?From ?600 to
* " tl a vear can be made In selling the new Family
Manual at 123 Nassau-st. second floor. Address, postpaid,
the American Family Publication Establishment. New
York. dB Im*
GREAT < HANGE TO MAKE
IONEY.-.J new and important Discovery,patented
ani
INT
will
shade, repn senungi i anieu, j oi ioise ci.e.i, -no, .i.e. u.?!
Rose-wood, fcc.Jcc. The enamel or outer iurface is in?
capable of injury by the hardest knocks. Tins wars is
purelv American, und manufactured from Hint, heidspar.
and Crystallzed tiiiar-.r. at Bennington, Vt.. aud is furnished
at a low price. A iarge variety of specimens exhibited,
and terms leurced, on application to the agent, T.N JOHN
SON, Na'.:o::a. Hole:, (parlor 111 No. G Cor?and-st.. I*. Y.
d23 It
A
CARD.?At the request of a great
mvalescent, Mr. GRANDJEAN will visit persons
ed with any Diseases of the Hair, and give ih?in Iiis
:e at their own houses.
-sons who are desirous of Preserving their Hair, or
GL A V M U DIK ATT IR N E Y
lohn J. Crtttenden, Attorney General of L". S.:
Lee, Esq. CS District Attorney. Baltimore;
ldfordA. Shoemaker. Baltimore; Hon. Joseph
ctor of Boston : Hon. T. Butler King, San FrancUf*o; J.
Cost. Esq. San Francisco._'_^d2J :it2
PARIAN A N D I) ISO IE CHINA.'?
R. It
sdell
Youi
fbt into Egypt."
i?reat variety of
ILLAMORE",
neur Grand-st.
L
OST.?In going from the corner of
FOR A SHORT TIME LONGER.?
We are closing our extensive stock of Dry Goods a:
co-:. Oreat biresins can be had m Merinos. Alpacas. Flan?
nels. Shaw;*, Gi-g- ???- Prints, ani all ttries of \\Tiiie
Goods, at PUIPPS'S. 4-3J Hudaon-st.
<B{0? REWARD.?Covenant Lodge No.
4? ?5.1. O. of O. F criers the above reward for the
recovervofths body of their late Brother. WM.PL'GH. who
accidentally fell overboard from the bark R. Adams, (of
which lie was mate.) on the mornimrof the 11th inst. and
was drowned. The said bark waj a: the Urne in tow of the
steamboat Te'egraph. coming through the Narrows. Acy
information respecting 'he deceased will be most tbank
fui'v received by the Nobie Grand, at his residence. 80
Croaby-st. WM. G. LAWSON, N. G.
Wm". H. Bi f.Ra _3 '
DOWN WITH THE CORPORA?
TION NUMBERS.?AH .rentlemen who are in favor
of discontinuing In use Use present mean contemptible tin
Corporation numbers on their houses, are invited to caU on
R. ROBERTS. 565 Broadway, and procure one of h's new
ar a ; e.mtlTul Gothics:r'e.-f number piates. R. ROBERTS.
Premium Doer Plate establishment, ?352 Broadway, new
WANT PLACES.
S AND DAGUERREO
mng Man, an artist by prof-??jion.
ue conr.-rtion witn an Artist or Da
rouid occupy about one-half of his
t." Uni'.m-Siftare fest Office, S. V.
AS Ott Door Clerk or Collector, by a
X^yoang Man recently from lAm-ens Connty; bis e?-en
:r. - ' iUbei !it>; ?ahrv to great object. ' Refer rncea
or the hiebest character t? Hi be given. He is perfectly ae
.-nairtea wirb !he cilv. Add.-**-* STEPIEK?!. rar4 Mr
SpmitJ-7 Broome-st.'_ d.~i 11
A BOY.-r.r.-i?l-tr,?::. i,y
XX.Averse circnmitances to takeWa son,near foaneen
years old. from boarding schooi, would like to place him in
an oiiire or store w i:h some good moral person Salary of
smaii Importance it" a proper situation is offered. Address
HENKA LEWIS, office of tills paper. d23 3f*
A
S Chambermaid and W
rare of Children, by a well educated.
Gjr!; can do Sewing, line Washing and i rotting,
rit Ladies' acd Children's Dresses: is verv fond u
Has the best of recommendations. Call"at 5V 1
A
S General Housemaid by a neat and
tidy Girl; she is a first-rate Cook. Washer and Iron
;as the best of recommendations from her last situa
; is willing to make herself generally useful: wages
o much an object as a good home. Call at 223 Bowery.
AS Housemaid in a private family by
or e. ar.d as Nurse and Seam.-tress by the other, by tvt o
very competent I i'.rls. w i:h good city reference. Call at 7-t
SiMh-avecne in the bookstore. d23 It*
AS Cook. Washer and [roner, by a re?
spectable Woman. The ben of city references from
ter last place. Inquire for two days at 119 Green-st. It
Ts ~DOM ESTIC S E R V A NTS. - Pri
Jr\vate families are respectful')- informed they can now
obtain some first-class Servants at the " Protective Agency."
148 Orand-st. d23 it*
S Cook and Laundress, or as Seam
_stress and Nurse, bv a re-peclable Woman; luebas
been eleven years in her last place. Apply n: IGT Avenue 8.
>Y a Young Man from the Country,
11 Store. Is of eoud
A
habits i
o.'lice.
SITUATION WANTED.?A Gentle
Kv3iinin of good bnsinesa qualifications wishes a situation
In a^Wholesale or Wholesale and Reuil Clothing Hon?.-;
pas been in the business in this city for several years on his
own account, but being now disengaged would accept of a
situation: has an extensive acquaintance in this city and
surrounding country ; would accept of a moderate salary
for the first venr. or until bis qualifications may become
known. References of the highest respectability will be
given. Andress J. J. W. Tribune Office. aS03t
WANTED, SITUATIONS for a num
t * her of excellent GIRLS and CHILDREN, recently
arrived, free from city habits and associations, and willing
lo work for moderate wages. Application to be made at
the office of Commissioners of Einlgmllon. In the Park. No
Charges. dl If
BOARDING.
BOARD WANTED?In a small pri?
vate family, w here there are no other boarders, for a
to ntleiiian arid* his Wife and Son, 5 years old. References
exchanged. Address BOARD, at this office, stating terms
and location. d23 It'
npO BE LET, with BOARD two large
? PARLORS with pantries attached on the second loor,
at t j East Broadway. d23.it*
BOARD REDUCED?At the private
Mansion House, SI Greenwlch-st. Gentlemen, with
single beds and light, airy rooms. $2 50 per week; Day
Boarders r;2 per week: Tnin-'.ent Boarders, .50 centsper
duy. Baths gratis. (d23 ImA)_Mrs. BERT.
13RIVATE BOARD.?A Lady and Gen
. tleman, (without small children or servant,) or one or
two single Gentlemen, can be accommodated with hand?
somely t'urrUhed Rooms and Board by applying at I Union
squ?r. dSS3t*
"OOARD.?A front. Parlor, first floor,
J?with Bedrooms attached, ami large single Rooms on
upper floors ruay be bad, together wiiii hotel table, on the.
n,.!,! accommodating terms, at the Union Park House, 18
and In Fourteenth-Si. between Broadway and Fifth-ay.
d2l lw*
BOAR D ER W ANTED.^~97i7aTpr?
vale family have a large front room on '.he second floor,
with bedroom adjoining If desired, to Let to a gentleman
and wife or two single gentlemen, with hoard. For further
Information inquire in the Drugstore, corner of Bowery
and Walker Bts. G Jod reference given and required.
ASINGLE LADY desires a famished
-or unfurnished Room, without Board, between Grand
and Twenty third sts in the vicinity of Broad way or Bow.
ery, References exchanged. Address Box 599, Post of?
fice. d21 21*
BOARD.?Two or three desirable rooms
may he had with lull or partial BO ARD iu a pleasant
location in the upper pan of the city. Inquire at 278 Tenth
Street: d20 3r
BOARD IN WILLI A MS BURGH. ?
A Gentleman and his Wife acd one or two single Gen?
tlemen enn be accommodated with pleasant Rooms in a pri?
vate family, r.t 56 Kirst-st one minute's walk from the Peck
slip Kerrv. Boats run every live minutes during the day.
dl? lin"
BOARD?A gentleman and wife, also
single gentlemen, can find desirable rooms for the
winter at 41 Warren-sL A suit or rooms on the first floor
for a small family. Terms moderate, ar.d references re
quired. _dt lm?
ATTENTION.?A Pleasant FRONT
ROOM and Pantry to Let, with BOARD, to a Gentle?
man and his Wile, or two Gentlemen. References given
and required, luquire at 107 Prlnce-st. corner of Green.
n2S lm*_
BOARDING AT BROOKLYN.?Very
pleasant Rooms with Board to be had at 37 Willow
place, two mtnules' waik lo South Ferry.
1 d!7Sw* V. VON BIBRA.
NEW PUBLICATIONS.
The Most Elegant Annual of the Season.
rpHE KEEPSAKE FOR 1851, illustra
A 'ed with twelve ENGRAVINGS and msjrnficently
bcut:d in leather and papier mache.
Also, a large assortment of Gl FT BOOKS and JUVEN?
ILES, published and for sale by
dllUJl J. C. RIKFR, 129 Fulton-st.
LAWYER'S DIARY FOR 1851.?
Will be ready on MONDAY MORNING, Dec 23,
this Annual Publication for Members of the Bar, which
Will be found much improved over former publications.?
Among its contents will be found a Calendar. Time Table,
Sheriffs and County Clerks. Commissioners to take proofs
and acknowledgments in other States. Commissioners to
take acknowledgements lor other States. Public Notaries
and Commissioners of Deeds. Judges. Courts. Rates ofPosi
sge. Elections. Minister-. Consuls and Charge d'Ari'alres,
KuriksRrid Insurance Companies in New-York and Brook?
lyn, a complete list of Lawyers in the City of New-York,
Sc. Sic. i.e. Published and for sale by
H
ENRY K ER NOT, 633 Broadway,
will publish on Tuesday. Dec. 2ith, No. 1 of
THE NEW DIDO;
nest laugh a'. " Honest '' people. Price 12$ cents.
Q RAY'S POEMS. ILLUSTRATED?
Vfl The Poetical Works of Thomas Gray; edited, with a
Memoir, by Henry Reed. Iilustraied by C. W. Radclytfe.
In one vol octavo, hound in cloth or morocco extra.
I'.ustrations?Sioke Church, Sheep's Bridge. Portrait of
Griv. Church Porch Stoke. Eton College. L'pton Old
Church, The Ivy Mantled Tower, Manor House Stoke
Park.
" la t style of .arpas.ir? ?xcolleac?." [Saturday Courisr.
" Coir.p^u aod truly cltf.a.ii >n .-.try respect1' [Troy Wl.ie.
"A choice lad wqoiiiu editum." rB^.tim Trsoscnpt
fl^J^V CAREY BAIRD. Publisher, Philadelphia.
(..j ..'.P., si_(Successor lo E. L. Carey.)
rjOBWEBS TO CATCH FLIES, or.
,V -?'-'-*-??? S:.oi; S-:.:.-t..-es-A-iopt.-d t- C: d.--n.
from three to eight years oid. A new Edition, illustrated.
?Price lo cents.
The W toter Evening Boos of pleasant and useful r?ad
^f.' o. Jjfr w^ numerous engravings?75 ct*.
f.:'' I1' ,Mrs- OS-man's Oift Book?75. Hans Anderson's
W tcerful Taies from Denmark?75 i is Binst'ey's Tales
of iLstinct?50 cts. Happy Hours, or. Home Story Book
,i ?' Lstertainment, 3d series?|L Mrs. J. C.
Haii's Domestic Tales?75cta. The Every'Dav Book of
P,ea--a;.; Reading?75 cts. How to Win Love-J3 eta.
. Nearly Ready,
A Guiue to the t'cientihcKnowiedge of Things Familiar.
D>" ttev. Dr. Bremer, from the but London edition. Re?
vised and adapted for use ;n Amen.-an Schools and Fami
L"V, , CHAS. S. FRANCIS k CO.
-lecu Broadway
T-TOL1DAY PRESENTS.?D. FAN
J?- ? SHAW. Bookseller. 575 Broadway, opposite Nlb
lo i has cohected an extensive assortment of ORNAMEN?
TAL BOOKS and FANCY ARTICLES fur the season?
among which are a ereat variety of Writing Denks. Ladies'
Work Boxes, ic. t'c made of Papier Mach*. Rosewood,
and oilier materials, in fact, there is there to be found al?
most eyeryming in the Book, Stationery, sad Fancv Art:
6e line, suitable for PRESENTS, p'eiise call and see for
N. B.?P. F -? Book and Job Prtoong Office? at 35 Aa'i
si. corner of SuM'i-t\. New- York. d2l Stis'
W E B LES I '<; R 1351.?A Ne w Volume
\ N D S ft W I PE ?THE SA PUKO vY VISITER,
Tbis Piper wi le tnraence tb? fourth year of its exts
"?rce do Saturday * boi Fai larynext. it he* already
patted the i.hisi sar.gu.ne hopes of its youth, attd hetared
rn well, it is ;o bare* new dress for a birth day present ?
The new vo niue will be commenced on new type. large
enough to tie en-tfv read, yet presenting a much larger
amount of matter 'h:"i we now give :ti the same space.
The SATURDAY VISJTER is principally literary aid
miscellaneous, bui iuuependtnt of every Wiy. except wo?
men, whose irtere-is are es pect?'r>- advocated, and wishes
f ariiru'ar'iy ci use ted It wj I labor so to change, but to
elevate and enlarge the Speere of action of the wives,
mi'." en ar.-i .-:.-;cr- ?o'mursin J. Tb- Lic-Tary Per-artm.sio
for tie coming ysar. will be enriched by original Tales snd
Skctcl ? s, front uie p. i s of writers of acknowledged abiit
ty, and the seh c . as si ai, be fr. in he highes) sources with?
in our n ich T i mrwrtint movements aii.l events of the
t ines will recetveattention. and me news carefully glean?
ed and chronicled. Domestic and foreign correspondence,
agricultural matters market reports, i.e. will have their
places.
Terms?For one cot
eight copies. Sin
vance. Subscribe now.
Ar.y Post Mas-e;, oroihet person sending a club ef e
subscribers or more, will be entitled to one copy grati
Address.(postpaid.) J. G. Sr, W, SWISSHELM.
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tlfuily bound in various styles
OUR SAVIOR W1THPR0PHETS AND APOSTLES
edited by Rev Dr VV'a-nwright
WOMEN OF THK OLD AND NEW TESTAMENT.
-Fdited bv lie.- I)- Spno-n-.
QUEENS OF ENGLAND?With descriptions, by Ag?
nes Strickland.
PATHWAYS AND ABIDING PLACKS OK OCR
LORD?A Pilgrimage in the Holy Lund, by Her. Dr. Watn
w-inht
EVENINGS AT DONALDSON M ANOR; or T ie
Christmas Gcest?By Maria J Mclntosb,
ROEAIS?By Amelia (Mrs Woibj.l
HALLECK'S COMPLETE POETICAL WORKS.
SOI i ?lF.Y S COMPLETE POETICAL WORKS.
MOORE'S COMPLETE POETICAL WORKS,
BYRON'S COMPLETE POETICAL WORKS,
MILTON'S COMPLETE POETICAL WORKS.
COWi'ER. CAMPBELL. BURNS. SCO IT. HE
MANS. DANTE and PASSO'S COMPLETE POETI?
CAL WORKS;
FOUR GOSPELS-By the author of "Peep of Day,"
edited by Dr Tyng.
',* A Catalogue ofD A. .': Co.'l extensive stick of
Standiud English and American au'hors?superbly illus?
trated works, \e . cun be had on application. d?>
rflB E LOK(iN ETTE?Gompi^te!
X TO-MORROW (Tuesday) will be published
THE LORGNETTE,or Studies ?y inn Town.
Bv Jons Tt.mon?Second Series,
In one voluiiie. hound and leUered, with six illustrations
I. Portrait of the Author. IV. .[no rimon at Saratoga.
Hi Town Dressing-Room. V. Old Buck at the Springs
III. Boston Streets. VI Man about Town.
From among the Notices of the Press, the follow ing are
extracted:
Mr Dodge, sho lid prova n> n? lbs rsritnbfo John rimon, he may'cea
gfatnlat* birasalf of lisv.i g laid ihe fsuodatioa of as Mrnamtnt s rs
puutkra as any in our litsratuie." (fi. Y Tribuns.
"The f.crpr.rlte. by wbomtoevar written, is tue Ln.t llnnn of tits
kimi svpr nublt-hed m Ihs country; it is superior m svsrr respact to
Ssln ?sundi " Courier .md Enquirer,
"The author's Tsin is nuiethumor, aretned sn.l unexceptionable
propriety of la.ts, tin! ? ?'.> I- m."UIIsJ en tbs ttloiifabls] ssiaysol ilis
tbe I lad, dee ?i(fs tlis w.iter " [IntsriMt.orul.
The pictorial embellishments and otherwise attractiveap
pearanee of the Lorgneue, renders it?aside fiom Its cot.
genial literary characteristics?admirably suited as a Christ
mas present from r gentiemun to a lady, or vice versa.
dSS It STRINGER Si T0WN8END, 222 Broadway.
isJI'LENDII) OXFORD BIBLES.? D.
? - APPLETON Si CO , !00 Broadway, have for -s'h
very largo assortment of the elegant Oxford editions of the
Bible, mi generally preferred to all other for beauty of ty?
pographical execution and superior correctness of text ?
Comprising twenty different si/es, all bound by ihn best
London w orkroen In the most finished and elegant style;in?
cluding Rich Silk Velvet und Oold Gilt Edges, forming
most appropriate und beautiful works for presents, Ate.
They respectfully invite attention to their
Saw STAMDAaD nmrio.N,
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TESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH OK THE
I NITED STATES
Embracing six varieties of sizes, with sieel Illustrations
bv Overbeck, in all styles of Turkey morocco and plain
bindings, or In rich Stik Velvet, with Gold, Gilt Clasps and
Borders, Mother of Pearl and Tortoise-,hell, Inlaid, StC. Sic
A NEW MAP OF THE UNITED
Sa STATES, Canada, Mexico,CentralAmerlca,the West
India Islands, New-Granada and Venezuela, showing the
new boundaries of California, Utah, New-Mexico ami Tex?
as, and all the routes overland and by ihe. Istlunu* to Cali?
fornia and Oregon, and also the routes of all lie. American
and British Midi Steamships throughout the West Indie*.
Compiled from the latest authorities and published bv J
M. ATWOOD, Tl Beekmau-st. Price, in covers V el* '
dl66t*
PLACE IN THY MEMORY?A
new and elegant edition?the 7th within n yfar'of
tills popular work, in gilt and plain bin ling, lust published.
The7'Trade" supplied by JOHN F. TROW,
d20 2w l'JAnn-st.
?JSiSSWSIIKSHSrrSrt -*.STS1.,tSrfH.<Y.fl?*1,sni,rfl??. rf. .-,-,1 i...yTftW\WHI.?W
A 11
OURNEYMEN HAT-MAKERS' Pro
TECT1\ E I'NION.-li is a fnct well Known to ail
Journeymen Hat-Makers, that as a trade onrinturest* are
being continually encroached upon by those who have
either not served a proper term of apprenticeship or no ap
pienticerhip at all to the trade. And, furthermore, ii Is gen?
erally believed tluit this extensive and growing evil, as
well oil era to which the trade is subject, is owing mostly
to the want of unity In purpose and action on the part of the
Journeymen,
While we regret fiat aggression compels U3 lo ac' on the
defensive, we 'ire urged so to do by the consideration, thai
from ourselves or lv whet, united and acting with firmness,
can we expect to obtain that justice which is our due.
The Journeymen of New-Jersey being unanimously of
the opinion that the only practicable andefTectire way of
delivering the trade out of the hands of these men, born
before their time, to consist In Association, have accord?
ingly formed them-elves into a Soc;.o > e railed the
United Journeymen Ha'-Makers' Society, of which I nlon
and Prelection are the main features, and which Is organ?
ized upon a basis likely to he permanent.
The success which the movement his met with in this
Stale flutters the hope 'hat with regard to the question i:i
point, it is destined to effect a revolution m the trade, it s
earnestly recommended to the Journeymen of New-York
and vicinity, Connecticut and elsewhere, that they uko
measures lo cooperate with the men of New-Jersey, in or?
der that all muv participate in the mil benefits ot the enter?
prise. HENRY BARTOW, )
THOMAS H SEELY. , Committee.
OEO. V. Mc DO WALL,)
Henry Bartow, Cor. Sec. d?J 5t*
LADIES7-ERENCHCAPS?No. 391 h
Broad'.i By.?TheOw nerof this new Frenr). Establish
ment bar just received directly 6otn ins House In P-nis, the
largest and newest assortmetit of NEEDLEWORK EM?
BROIDERED CAPS which he oilers for -ale ai the very
Cheapest Rates. Also. Real Purls F. iiiiroider-d and Plain
HANDKERCHIEFS. Valenciennes L-aee Sleeves, Capea.
Collars,etc. Arlitirlal Flowers and Ribbons,
Head Dresses and Caps o! every -tyie made order.
di!3 5teod
HE UNlTI-:iFsTATES AND L'AL
IFORNIA EXPRESS COMPANY will dispatch
their next Expresses per steamer "FALCON, Dec. i!>, and
CHEROKEE 28.
Shippers w ill please observe that this Is the only Califor?
nia Express Company having their own covered American
Boats, for landing goods from the ?teamen, und transport?
ing up ihe Chayres River to Creces and Gorgona. under the
; charge of Capl. Ahm. Bar.cker. where the muios receive
i and transmit direct to Panama; at which point this com
1 puny ha* privileges on lh? Pacific Mail a.-.d Other regular
steamers for San Francisco.
Proprietors. A. B. MILLER ^ CO.
Refer to Messrs. Richard S. Williams ^ Co.
Howland i. Aspiowall,
J. Howard i. Son,
" ?? C. W. ii. J.T Mvioreli. Co. d23 fi'?|
WINTER GARMENTS.?In view of
v v ihe advanced state of the Season, we are offering at
Reduced Prices a selection from what In an endeavor to re?
tain the supremacv of our Ooods. we have no hesitation to
rommendln? as the best assortment of Firtt Quality
READY MADE GARMENTS in tFe city, cenprlsiig a
particularly new stv le of 8urtonis. Over ami Body Sacks,
Dress and'Fror's. C?ais. Pantaloons. Vests, ic.
WM. T JENNINGS, i Co. ^31 Broadway, 3
(J23 tf opposite the Park Fountain.
/ V\LL AND EXAMINE ?More than
V / ordinary attention tas le-ei; raid by the subscriber this
season, to make his asaonmentof Lseiul and Fan.-y Arti?
cles superior to any similar stock In this cuy, and success
has aliened those exertions, as is proved ?y a discrimina?
ting public. DAVIS COLLAMORE,
Je. J3 1 w 447 Broadway, n^ar Grand-st.
B_ ILL!ARD TABLES of Oak, Mahog?
any ar..i Biack Waurnt, with the Improved Patent
Cushions made bv LUKE GORE, formerly of Bassfords,
now IW Elm sl New-York. All orders puncuaily aUecd
ed to. Old Cush.ocs altered. Second hand tabltsa taken .n
exchange, Cloth, Bails, Cues, i.e. for sale. d23 iw*
TVORY HANDLE TABLE CUT
Ja LERY. Sola/ Lamps, Girandoles. Mantel Canielatiras,
Chandeliers, 4c of Cornelius's make. Age:; :j far Sliver
Piated or German Silver Table Forks. f7 ; Spoon*. |3 doz ;
Castors. Baskets, Tea Sets, at |tiO, pla'ed on while metal,
5 nieces in the seL Tea Trays inlaid with Pearl
ASHES MORGAN, 15J William st.
d23 2us* between Fulton and Ann, opposite the Church.
THE SUBSCRIBERS have entered in
;o a Copartnership under the firm of Adrlance, Sher?
man i Co. tor the purpose of continuing the Book, Peri?
odical and Stationery business, at the store, 2 A star House.
J.I BlCKNEf.L.
G. W. ADRIAN! E,
?1** S. G. SHERMAN.
DAMAGED LINENS ami LINEN
GOODS.-Wh-~ i. , , tjoaKtiM, Nspkioe, T?h!o
C!oib?, Dispers. Towns, j.^; (or ?j low p?rc<#, at
who), sale or n-ta': a v.. -A.paea*. De Leines,
Rl?i>ke??. Flincels. Brv? i, r*,??im<>r?*, StC
dSSSUa" W v kTHRWS, t'? Catherine-st.
FOR Till-: HOLIDAYS.
<r>R NEW-VK \ R - WEDDING aii
f;
gravlnj
Prtntm
et-Me-Not IFancy Perfumed Pari* Box
Also a larse variety of Papier St?che Writing
Miniature Poetical Works | Desks;
Prayer Bookie. PaWer^SrortfoMOS,
JUVENILE BOOKS. ,.'","s'w,., and Shell Card
A gTetl ?
Macho an<! Pearl Sou
o ar-l Porcelain Port
C.AMES. '.Ivory TahieU,
Reward of Virtue. I Alabaster Inkstands,
liusv Bee. |Ut>ld Pens,
,. ', I Pocket Books, etc.
Queen of Beauty. Also, Cut Tissue and Mot
poot Soidier. 'to Verses for Pivriles.
AN OPPORTUNITY SUCH AS
XXTIIIS IS SELDOM OFFERED.?As the U0L1
DAYS are upoti us, as i he season is closing, and as it be"
comes all wlio would make their purchases to louk abou*
pretty soon?therefote
THE PROPRIETORS OF THE BOWER'S SAVINGS
STORE
make known that they Intend to surprise the public by
opening wide their doors aud making a general reducliou
in their prices, to sell, ere I he new year Is upon us, THEIR
ENTIRE .STOCK off to make room for our Spring In?
voices, which wo may now
EXPECT HV EVERY STEAMER.
We agree to sell as low as any concern in the United
States, or wo wUl forfeit the goods and take iheoppnv
Um' NOW HEAR Vt HAT WE INTEND,
u'e v-.il! ?.-ll SHAWLS at about one-half to two-thirds of
to Js. ?d.
to >?.
IT \\ ILL BE SEEN B\ THESE FEW EXAMPLES
that it must be lor tue advantage of the purchaser to stop
ll at Ulis celebrated establishment before they leave their
'?? elsewhere, without nartak.ng of advantages such
HTOC
HOLIDAY PRESENTS
Is decidedly the richest arid most appropriate In New
York, and here we advise buyers to stop, if they would
tir.d an appropriate present al a low price.
FOR I" IMES11C GOODS
fail noi to ini|iiire at
W F. Oil
T. M( MAI
?bus, Managers
d Directors.
1.1 ULI DAY PRESENTS.?The sub
si --i-hers i a e r.-c. by bile arrivals, and are offer?
ing foi sale; sn elegant assortment of French and Herman
Toys, selected expressly for lite Holt,'ay season, consisting
in i,art of 'I >? t riiowttig, viz Drums, Trumpets, Swords,
Woolly'Dogs. Noah's Arks, Furniture. Building Blocks,
Tools, Vlo us, Mechanical Kiuures, Rmkets, Tea Sells,
Su,\tingle Lie terns. Bu'i!. .lore'. Or.ices and other
games, Tin and Box Toys of ov ry description, All who
ci ntemplato making Chrlitmas ;'d New-Year (lifts ire
invited to ccii before purchasing elsewhere, Contident
llmi our Goods and Prices cannot lull to givesatisfitction,We
r. ?i ccifuily solicit a share 1.1 ih ? patronage of our friends
and the public JOHN HAKT 4; CO 110 Broadway,
? d^ i itii?.Mj. Tiir 2 doors above Canal-si.
Holiday Promt*
BALL, TOMPKINS & BLACK. [late
Mahqia.no i Co j 217 Broadway, beg leave to inform
their pairons ar,d ihe public In general dial iheir assoriment
of
DIAMOND AND OTHER RICH JEWELRY/,
SUver and Silver Plated Ware, Watches; Fancy Goods
j Parian Articles,4tc 1c. whs never bo complete as at the pre?
sent lime. All who may bo in want of
HOLIDAY PRESENTS,
are recommended to call (before purchasing elsewhere) and
Inspect a collection of guods (suitable for the approaching
season) that Is not surpassed or kqoalsd In any similar
establishment In this or any other city in tlm Union. By al?
most every steamer from Europe,they are In receipt of new
slyies of goods, made to order or selected
in person by one of the firm,
who is accustomed to devote two-thirds of each y?ar
abroad, visiting the various 'manufactories of England,
France, Switzerland, Germany, Italy, a.c. lie?the remain
I ing brief period of the year being passed In tho store, ena?
bles him by personal observation to olnairi that knowledge
i of Ihe taste and wants of their customers and the public,
which aperm'incnt residente abroad would debar him from
Their stock of
DIAMOND JEWELRY AND JEWELRY,
j composed of every variety.of PRECIOUS STONES, la
j complete, comprising NECKLACES of single stones, on
clusters of DIAMONDS with PEARLS . DIAMOND
CROSSES, larger and finer {they are confident) than can
j b.; found in the possession of any individual iu the country,
j These, with a?W< ?iw RUBY KING and BROOCH, set
I around With Brilliants?(the Bn och arranged to wear also
; a> a BRACELET)?arejwell worthy the inspection of those
j who have a taste tot Precious Stones.
EAR-RINGS, BROOCHES, BRACELETS, CHATTE
LAINES. i.e. i.e. mounted upon ihe premises, under their
It is believed, is too fully established to rerjuire at their
hands, ai ihis time, uny extended notice, further than to say
their assortment was never more complete.
Their WATCHES are a:! warranted to he good time
sw-pers. Among their FANCY GOODS will be found an
extensive assortment of PAPIER MACHE, BRONZE
and. PARIAN articles, and other varieties, too numerous to
At Ihe Sign of the GOLDEN EAGLE, South corner
Broadway and Murray-it. oppoeite the City Hail.
el* 8tI8"4?gOyaj4g ?2,3'iic'iL
HOLIDAY NOTICE!?TO THE
PURCHASERS OF FANCY ARTICLES AT
Ti TTLE'S EMPORIUM, 346 BROADWAY.?In order
to avoid the RUSH, certain to lake [place at this establish?
ment oc CHRISTMAS F.\ E, It is suggested to ladles and
trie public, to make their pu'chaaea on SATURDAY, MON?
DAY, and TUESDAY, EARLY. This will enable the
WISE to make belter selections. Ail good* purchased
w ul be sec: home on Christmas Eve, if desired, by Tuule's
package express, free of expense. d2I It
ll'ELLER tk SUN, Confectioners, 713
V Y Eroa/j way, have more than their usual splendid aa
s'.r ment of Far cy Artkies for Christmas and New Years
r.eteui?._d231w*
(MIR ISTMAS TREES.?A great vari
V^ety of articles, recently selected in Parts, for decora?
ting Christmas Trees, forming the only complete assortment
cf such article), to he found in the dly, for sale at
d21 atia- THOMPSON S SON'S Saloon, 235 Broadway.
fcTEBBINS & Ca 264 Broadway^-(M
rJiLe attention of iheir friend* and the public to their as?
soriment of WATCHES, DIAMONDS and JEWFLHY
of every description. Also SILVER and PLATED Ware
of "very variety of style and pattern, suitable for the Holi?
days, which they offer for me on as reasonable terns a*
can he purchased elsewhere in ihe city. d21 2uV
XJ uliday PRESENTS.?JUST~r13
J*- A CEI'. ED a splendid .:?urtment of gentlemen'* fur
tUiimg goods, viz: cravais, scarfs, suspenders, gloves,
training robes, portemonnoiea card cases, and a gTea't vari
ny.ot other anidea suitable for the presents) season,at
J AGATE'S, 237 Broadway corner Park-place. d2l itis*

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