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NEW-YORK TRIBUNE.
rufc KKW-ZOltM DAifcY Ikiot KS is rUulilSHKO
( VERY MOH NINO, SUNDAYS EKCEPTBD.)
,~ . niii? nAbfiircs coru*n of smoas .m)Mi>
!-io-8Ti?t,?~i;-- oeeosrrt ihr CITS kau.
jrjnvir?d to C:t\ Snucnbcr* for Iti 1-3 Ct&U f-ai
w .r, ? r.r w'jra thev pref't. they can ouv in ndv&nce at I'-*
Oi .j fcffji inonJim'i.r a '.car *t 'ixi same rate Sing!?
?orrk? Tvo Cent* Mod Sab~.f-.bers. Kivo Doiteja p?*
uiautn. io ftdvance. Suiiocnpaoos .alm.ii ?ji *_ix mon?j?,
'>re Sroatbs, *! Three Dollars ro adren?* r?v
?-r.<j n u? eacAsnfes Witt Ci.nr.try Newnpaow Dsjly
KMa rewired a. 'jiu" office witose xnr,? ar*. filriiT eitw
.. ^Jj, , "l'Kf, Trlhane ?re tot allowed :u. r l:fl?7*..ce
SPECIAL NOTICES.
R?~ Early (.'Ioaiuu offitorea.?Ala Riguia.- Meet
ir f i r ?' e iiRv Odoi? <"i.;,..*?,, M, 11 a-.d P. As*$ciauon.
Ibe I llowlng Preaoibfe and Resolution* were ad?jit?d
LnaWinrndv:
mew, The Dry OooCs Clerks' Mutual Benefit and
Protective AssodaUOD, having learned with deep .-.vm of
it.e existence of an error entertalm d by the Dry Good*
Merchants of certain portion" of thla City, calculated to
prejudice tbe public mind and retard fur.her progress of
oaKpr/nclpb'?, from the f?ct that certain Retail Ort Goods
C:er*? have tifcentn fand to coerce the Merchari.s lo a>.
rlsin frcm putting goods oq the sidewalk. This Associa?
tion rot having entertained any sn-h principle*, and wish?
ing to inform the Retail Dry Oxids M<rci.?'Jls of the error,
lb''re fore.
Resetted, That tri? Association dbtclcim all knowledge of
any arrangement by which to do away with the cusio.u of
fretting goods on the sidewalk?and wishing publicly to
protest sguin*: participating in anv inch arrangement?do
termlued strictly to adhere to oar legitimate business of for?
warder? the Early Cinsmg Movement by fidr and ho-ioruhle
mean*?and steaofaatly to oppose all coercion?believing
wr ten obtain the summit of our wishes only by gradual
and progressive ?t<-rs.
/further Retoteed. Tbat'a* good citizens, we do 0 it wish
lo oppose the iav. but have sulhcicnt contider.ce In the
CouiiLon Council f leeted b7 the people of this Metropol.?.
r.r.d believir.e. that honorable body capable of administering
justice to all parties, without the assistance of the retail
Dry Goods Clerks, and believing it tsan no partor parcel of
onr business?as disinterested parties we publicly deny.my
participation in the recent movements o! any one or more
C:erks as regards Ibe pulling of goods on the sidewalk.
Rewind, That this Association art as a body, and are in
nowise responsible for the actions of any one Clem, farther
ihun proscribed l y our Constitution and By-Laws, which
have been highly approved of by a generous pubic.
H'-Urrd, That il ls Association have only lo do with the
establishment of a Library and Reading Room, lor the
benefit of the Retail Dry Goods Clerks, and the promoting
of the ?srly closing ofsiores. And further,
Ar?' Irrd, Thal ibi? Association do hereby renew the r
pledge (to ibe Dry Uoods Merchant* of this City) ol stea l
fast opposl um lo all coercion, and return their mostcorda!
ihiiiiks to ibose Merchauis who have gijn-ronsiy consented
Ki ose IheU stores at (j o'clock, P.1M , and lo the Clergy of
New-York, who. true to the cause of noble pbilanthropby
have, in the kindness of:their hearts, espoused our cause
from the pulpit, thereby promoting ibe beat interest of ti.is
Association,and confenmg the invaluable advantages of
obtaining moral ami religious information upon the Re
ta'l I 'ly Goods Clerk. To them the kind regard of thiii As
soetation are due, and ure hereby tendered.
Retoitedf That trie Association return their boartfelt
thanks to the New-York Press for the generous support
liiey hare received therefrom.
JRetotvcd, That the foregoing Preamble Bud Resolutions
beiMiblitbed H HALS BY TICHENOR, President
?tkvhbn S. MsFBS, Ree.Secretary. dJI If
fi? At n meeting of the <'limn or IH1W. o.?<?.,.
tinned by the death ofa Classmate, the following preamble
and resolutions were adopted:
HVirrrni, It line pleased a mysterious hut all-wise Provi
dence suddenly to remove by death ADDISON J. KI.VS
LKY.a beloved ciafemato, one of the youngest an!iiiu.u
vigorous ol ue a 1, jasi rjotering upon a profes<ion<l career
lor which be was peculiarly adapted, wllh high hupe? mid
laudable ambition?and feeling deeply alllictnd :n iivlduallv
in .it dh a Class, t>} this painful dispensation, therefore
Hatched, That while wo painfully feel the separation aid
deeply leg ret the loss we have sustained, we would bow
with thoughtful resignation to the dispensations or that
Ooil who1 manages the tdfairsol men," and "doelliali things
weil"
Hctfdtcd, That the consistent Christian deportment of our
late Classmate bears cheering testimony of b? preparation
for the even: which has io suddenly bi fallen him ; and that,
seeing first stricken from our number one who ha I th? fa i ?
est prospects of a long life, we feel the admonition address?
ed io ourselvt ? " Be ye aii o ready."
Rnott-td, That wc deeply and sincere]v sympathise with
ibe relatives of the deceased, and while we'aro sensible of
our own loss arc not unmindful of their more severe bo
reavement.
Readied, That as a Claasmato and fuendiio was ardent,
sflbctionalo und attached: as Secretary of nis Class he a-.h
assiduous and eflicitut; and Hun as a Physician and a man
be would have been a blessing und on ornament lo society.
Hot,tnd. Thai these resolutions be published In the New
York Tribuneand Christian Intelligencer, and a copy for?
warded ti ike family of the deceased
JOHN J. autism-:, i
WM. I BOOERT. !, ,?, ,,?
BOWAR? C. MILES, f^0?0""**
FRED. W. WILLIAMS, I
University ol ihe Citv of New-York, Dec l-P in?.
Tr/ Mercantile Library Aesoclatloii?Pro
gramme ol tho secoud of the series of euloriuinmeuu hy
OEOROE VANDENHOFF, Hsu at Uie BroidwayTd
betnae'e,Tuesday evening, Dec. 21.
Pari 1.?Critical Remarks on Sheridan's Comedies;
Leigh Hunt's and Macau lev's Strictures Answered ; Sl.uri
dau's Olaim to Originality ; Sheridan wortliy of the title of
the Shukspcre ol Modern Comedy; Sheridan's Farce ol
' St. Patrick's Day, or the Sobemlng Lioulonaiil;" ills rf.m
' Tom Sheridan's Desceu-Janls: Sie i idan's Upera of the
" bueoos."
Part II.?Mr. O. VandC'ihufl' will give Ins much admired
Kvadiug of " The Schnul for Scandal "
'llckets Z9 ecu i, i neb. To commence, at 14 o'clock.
24 if OEO. I'KCKll AM, Ch'm Lee. Com.
IV ITlrmonlc, I.O. O. K., M. of T. und oilier
Itrtnllii ?ml Jewels, (ilrst Premium Silver Medal,
irf.e,) Hold and Silver Tnmniings, K Inges. Stars, Tassels,
Laces, OUt Eagles, Batons. Guards, ttc. Ball Badges and
Miliiarv Embroidery?a splendid assortment for sale by
,12.1 yi? E. COMBS, -till Grand-sl.
R?~ Ladle*' FnSrs?The Ladles of Cnnnou-st. Bap
list Church ami Congregation are now holding a Fair In
Tiuilinii Hall.402 Grand at. between Sberifl'and WlllotL
where Ihey offer for sale a great variety of:Useftll ami
Fancy Articles, Hooks, Toys,Sic. suitable tor Iho Holidays,
at prices as low as they can be found elsewhere. Admis?
sion free. d.'l ^1*
Cff' A lfnlr,- The Colored Ladles of Si. Ann's Asso?
ciation will luki 11 i'nir for the benefit of iho Catholic Pro?
School for Colured Children, fouuded by the Rev Pastor
Ol St V lucent of Paul's Church, and placed under their
patronage, from the 28th DEC KM is Kit to tliolst JANU?
ARY (Sunday excepted I, at the room of Mr. Day, Abjohi
bly Building,'btft Houston st. near Broadway. I'benum
ber of sclioliiie Is about sixty. _ d.'l If
Notice. -The public are hereby notified that no connec?
tion bas at any lime existed between the Industrial Home
Assodatlon und G. A. Saccht; ibe person advertising for
laic Lane's adjoining the purchase ol said Association.
JiitiN STE\ ENS, President.
T D.Murrav, Secretary. dii it*
\V The Us Bs I.and Society will iuld their next
regular meeting on Tue day, Dec94, ul 7J P.M. 12? Urand
st, Hall, on the od floor. The public are invited to come,
examine the constitution, and join them. N. B. Business
of Importance, which cannot be deferredj requires the at
1emla1.ee of svery member. WM. PARKER, Pres'L
?.cha.-. Kki n Sec v d24ll*
f& The Sinter? of Mercy, In br-hulf of the.
? hick and Dytng Poor," respectfully and earnestly solicit
the public to add to their charities during tins bo y season
of Christmas, a liuie so peculiarly fraught wilh home com?
forts and erjoyments.
Many scenes of privation and lutiuring moot their eye In
iheir ually vllitatlon of the sick, and an alms, which those
in abundance never miss, ? ould serve to alleviate the mise?
ries of many a comfortless home.
A* their institution now afford 1 protection and support
to oc<> hundred poor girl* of good character till placed in
situations, the Sisters :i ,d it imposslblo to meet the w ants
of the Sick and Dying in their own houses, and of :he poor
who dally seek relief u! their Initltutlou.
Donations In money, food or clothing, will bo mo-it grate?
fully received by the Sister*, at the Institution of Mercy j
corner of Houston and Mulberry-..'.. New. York. d23 !i
IV Jnue-M. Sunday School,?ThoFlfihAnniver?
sary of the Sunday School ol the Methodist Episcopal
Church, Jane st. Will be held on CHRISTMAS NIUS1T.
Dec 25, 1S10. The Exorcise* Will consist of Dialogues, Ad?
dresser, in d S.i'ting by the Children?Alto Singing by iho
Choir. Tickets ol admission l^'j cents; may be obtained
from the members of the ichool; at llaruru's 32 Eighth
tyenue , or at Van Beuren'*,223 Bleecker. dJI SiSTuJlW1
Hf Liquid Hnlr Dye, Improved so as lo color the
HUr or Whiskers ihe moment It 1? applied, without the Icusl
telury. It is entirely free from Unpleasant odor, and can be
scathed with die sUrongest soap liuiuediaielv it ts appliod,
without wai?ng to drv. Kor sale, or applied, at Batchbl?
?R ? Wig Kaclory, i wall-St. mylj TuThAiSauf
w* Ii?? PlBlabers' Onion. The stockholders of
?rVMAT FINISHERS' i NION would most respect . ly
tail attentlou ol their, friends and the public to the ue* and
Commodious store. 11 PARK-ROW, opposite the Attor
House, where they will fiucl an elegant assortment of
HATS, CAPS and the variety of articles pertaining to the
business, which will bo sold at the Soweit rates for cash.
N. B ?This Is truly an Association of CAPITAL and
LABOR?iho producers of the t'nion being also us propri?
etors. dlS ."itWSTuSfcTu*
BT Notice to Navlspitom.-CI'STOM HOUSE,
NEW-YORK?Collector's OFFICE, OctoberiS, 1850.?
Thet'.A section of tin act of Congress, approved 28th Sop
teinber, 1850, eai.Led " An Act making appropriation* for
Ugh! Houses, Light Boat*. Buoys," Jtc. provides?
" That hereafter al! buoy* along the coast, or in bay*, har
bors, sounds or channels," shall be colored and numbered,
?c dial passing up the coast or sound, or entering the bay.
harbor or channel, red buoy* with ?-?-.?? numbers shall be
passed on the i!.;r(\\trd hand: bljck buoys with uactv.i num
>*t* cn ?ie f^tt hand, and buoys with red and Wae* stripe*
cd either hici.t. Buoy* in channel wan to bo colored with
alternate tchite and btae): perpendicular stripes."
1 hereby give noace that the provisions of the foregoing
Law will be carried Into oSect, and the changes Indicated
Btstm made in the arrangement of the huovs in tho water*
of tin* District, oc oraheut the 1st of Mav.iSJL
oi5 2ttw3m H. MAXWELL, Collector.
T^OR SALE?The fixtures and good
\ SEL,E( T SCHOOL In the vicini.v ofW
Y^c^^^ A^sa.B Box K^-4New.
il^Sffi?NTS ?e inserted in
?A.mine best Paper* of o'her C<!?*? , m ,. ?
PALMER'S Ad^ernslnit A^cv'gjJ^^.
NcS?^?^^ " H E N R Y
.V?eal^ocle? ^S**
TH'S DAY. and tend is 3m -"bio. ti ,lh* C??t--"n-Houso
i
1
WANTEh.
/Corresponded wanted The
%-/Pjrpprietor of a Daily Nf wspnper in '.he in:.iri">r
wi.h.s id ?ni<at'n tee services of a Correspondent m Mew
York for me purpose of giving the News of the Day, Ii I ad
New* of '.he City and a brief notice of the Money Market
ki.fi S<tWg ui the day. Ii u a Wme pubticniiiro and would
ft.u.iK perhaps a writer whose opinion'! were of that
KtoiLp proposals are wanted both for at Daily Lotunr and
h Let er tr ree times a wees. None bnt a wmer of a gnod
order of intelligence, '?ste and eon-ration ne-:d a,i? y. Che
h. I reriiser witfiei to o-uatn each service at a fair, not nig?
gard rate of salary Address won real name and a-ldrs?,
'? CLIO." care of V B. Palmer, Tribune Buildtry**. post?
paid, and. en answer to the accepted offer will be given
? iiiuo eifcbl days. _d2S it
iwANTED TO LEASE?a Store nut
** less than iifijt?n, in Broadway, on the west side be
tween Car al and Ku'ton tie. Any person having inch a
store or a building mat caubealieied into a store of the
above dimensions or larger, will please address G L.
KELTS', 131 Cbalbsm-sL d24 2t
X) BREWERS.?A Gentleman of over
20 ;.ehrs experience in Ale and Porter Brewing.on the
English and Scotch system, is desirous of an interest for a
mia.l amount in an extensive Brewery, in any of the norths
ern cities o' the Union, where his services as Manager
would be required tor hi* services without an interest.)
The, best of r? ferene... by applying by letter, pre paid, aa
dresstdA B. C. 112GreenWlcn-?L ?!d meet won atten?
tion, dil SlTuSa'.*-Tu*
0 ALESMAN WANTED?In a flat,
rwCap and Straw Goods House, in this city. A Man who
is extensively acquainted with Merchants In Northera Ohio.
Bnd ran give satisfactory references as to moral character
and business qualifications, muy make a desirable engage?
ment for three to five years, by addre??i..g - Merchant,
box 1,789, N Y. Post Office. None other need apply.
d2-l ItDltVV_
TVAPIER PRESS WANTED.?Any
i. \ person having a good second hand machine may find
a purchaser bv addressing GEORGK r5P.i :C?,
d24 31? B Cham hers-st.
Wj^ANTED?A Journeyman Cabinet -
? * Makr r to go a short distance in the country. Oood
wages and Heady employment will he given to a good
workman. Apply to 'BAKER, GODWIN tt CO.
d.4 21' Printer?, 1 Spruce-st. Tribune Buildings.
ROOMS.?Wanted, 1st of January by
two voting Gentlemen, In a first-class house, a parior
and bedroom, handsomely furnished?situation in the low?
er pai t of the city preferred. Address A. B. I>. this office.
VV ANTED?An active, intelligent Boy,
v V about Jfl years of age, as an apprentice. Apply at
1 he printing office, 111 Jobo-sL d24 2i*
N OEFICE is wanted in the neighbor
'hood of Fulton or Broad sis. Address Y H. Tribune
ce. d24 If
vv
WANTED?A person who is thorough
v ? ly acquainted w Ith the wholesale hard ware business
in this city. Addrets S. office of this paper, with real name
and references. Communications treated confidentially.
d2I 31*
\\[ AN TED?Seven Cotton Weavers, for
v ? one of the beat mills in Ibis country?in a pleasant
country village, five hours ride from this city. Good wages
ai d fare u> the place will ee paid Also, several good Pro
tenant Girls ate wanted for cooking, chambcrwork, gener?
al work, ic. Call at 7 Carmine-st. office. d2i it*
\\[ AN TED?At 114 Nassan-st. (base
? v mi nt.)? Employment is speedily obtained forJClerks,
Salesmen, Porters, School Teachers, Bar-keepers, Waiters,
Coachmen, Buys to learn respecUtblo trades. Ruies and
Keguiallons to be seen in tho office, which are sirlctly on
lerved. Employer's fee $1 per year. Applicants enclosing
Si, free of postage, stating toe description of employment
required, can be suited, |d24 lt*J TilOS. SPINK. Agent.
BO( )K KEEPER.? Wa^ieTl.y a middle
aged .Man a situation,who is competent totnkechargo
of s si i el Book?, who has hud ].?> years experience. No
objections to engage In a ManufacturingEstablishment or
any Commission House or Jobbing House In this city. A
lair itilary expected. Satisfactory references given. Ad
dp es H. T. S. at the office of this paper. d2U Sf*
''ANTED.?Situations are wanted for
13 American, 7 Germao, f! English, 10 Scotch, and
about 40 Protestant Insfi Girls?Cook*, Chambermaids,
Waitresses, Lain, drosses, Nurses, Seamstresies, House?
keeper* ami General Workers. Also, Coachmen, Wallers,
and Men and Boys for Trades. Farms, kc. All ?ry smart.
Ildy. and have good characters. " Select Protesianl Em?
ployment Agency," 7 Carmine St. (121 2t*
l?/'ANTED?By or before the 1st Jan
* V unrT unfurnished iipnrlio"DI? for a Knudl fiuully?
Mast be convenient and of moderate rent, as tioy are re?
quired tor a permanency. Address, with full particulars,
prepaid, to Mr. THOMPSON, box 2,120 I'ust Office. dJU It'
Vy?l^i^D^The Union Mutual Life
* V ItiHurance Co. Office 37 Wall st (Jauncey Court)
over Drew, Robinson St Co's, will employ two or Uiree
competent men, Of good address, as ugenla to solicit appli?
cations for Life Insurance. The best of reference required.
Apply between 9 nod 10 A.M. P S Applications will bo
received bv parties desiring an agency m tho neighboring
towns. " d 17 titeod
IN ENGRAVER accustomed to Cut
i * ing Letters on Maps will fuel employment bv apply?
ing to JOHN M. AT WOOD. IU iitekman-st. d23 2t?
ANTED?25 men of good address to
? v sell a Patent Article and other arliclos. To those
out of employ it i? a rare chance, in which they can clear
from $.s(i to tjlOO according to capital. Also an agent for
Ohio. Call aiW. d. BEAUMONT it CO.'S ! 2 Nassau si.
2d floor _d21 3t?
WANTED?One or two Journeymen
Korgeri and Finishers of Tinmen's Shears, Perma?
nent employment and good price* will bo given if immedi?
ate application Is made. PECK, SMITH & CO.
SOUthington, Conn. Dec. 1850. dluV3wD3wW
WANTED IMM EDI ATEL Y?To
v f Kent a small House, or part of a large one. in a
goivd neighborhood. Addreis Box 2,042. diil 31*
Y\rANTED?Several young men to en
? v gage in a aafe and very profitable business. A small
capital will be required. Young men of energy can clear
from $?0 la Simper month without risk. Call on W. A.
86 Fraoklln-?L from 3 to 12 A.M. and from 2to4 P.M.
d21 31*_
U\i\ WANTED. ? Soldiers' Rights,
JLVrVfpatent* and Grants, given for Land* in Illinois, In
or about ISIS, for servicesln the wsrof 1R12, and for many
years sold and lost for tax's. Apply to or address EL
MATT1SON, S Nassau-*L New-York, giving number of
lot, Ac. _dIO lm?
VV'ANTED AGENTS.?From $600 to
* ? $1,200 a year can be made in selling the new Family
Mar.iiKl ut 12S Nassiiu st seciuid floor. Address, pompaicf,
the American Family Publication Esiabiiiaiuerii, New
York. d6 !m*
WANT PLACES.
AS Oi t Dook Clerk, Collector, Super?
intendent, or any kind of Agency, by an active, indu*
tiiou?, enterprising und responsible Man, long a resident
of the city, with an established reputation. Any person
vitshlng to leave such a situation will be paid a bonus of
llCb by securing it to tho advertiser; or he will pay thai
sum loaiiy one who will obtain him such a situation worth
not less than |70t) per annum. Address 11 Employment,"
Tribune Oflice. d'21 It*
AS Coachman and Waiter, by a young
XmMan, 52 years oi age; is temperate in hi* irsblts?a
careful and aUentlvedriver?t derstands cleaning silver
can give the very best or city references. Address J. G.
this othce. or apply atS6 Greenwich-st. d24 It*
AS Instructor in a School or private
-i*. faintly, by a young Clergyman unable to pursue his
Profession at present He is fully competent to teach
Music, Elocution, i.e. kc He would accept any position
of trust or usefulness and c*u give ?ie mo6t unexceptiona?
ble city reiereuces. Audress ?? Clergyman" at this office.
AS Chambermaid and Waiter, or Nurse
-ii-ard Seamstress, by a respectable Protestant Gi'l
Good c':y reference given from her last placo. Can be seen
for two nays a: 143 \ anck-sL front basement. d24 lj*
AS Housemaid or to do Chamberwork
-i*-acd Waiting, by a respectable t on tig Woman, in a
n sf-eciable family. a giK.d home Is more thought ot than
hieL wages. Reference* can be given. Call for2 or 3 days
at 210 Sixteenth-st. west of Eighth-avenue, up ?mir*, it*
AS Bookkeeper.?Having served in
Xi-the caosciry of Bookkeeper for a term of years, the
advertise! is (.eeirou? of ottatiilng a ntuation In the above
business; he ?pe?ks and W riles the German auj ihoScan
dlnavlan languages, and could take the entire cnarge of
the correspondence. Gjodciiy refcrev/v-es given. Address
VV. s. Ttibune Office. d!3 3wod*
IX) ARTISTS AND DAGUERREO
? TYPISTS.?A voting Man, an artist by profetiioo,
woulu iike to form some connection with an Artist or Da
gnerreotypist, that would occspy about one-talf of h^
titre- Address ? Artiat,' I'nton-sijuare Po*t Office, n. Y
d23 2t?
ABOY.?A gentleman, compelled by
adverse drenmstances to take his son, near fourteen
year* old, from boarding school, would itke to place him in
an office or store with soxe good moral person Salary of
email importance t: a proper situation is offered. Address
HENRY LEWIS, o?tee of this par- r, d23 St"
BY a Yocn? Man from th
e.rher in a Wholesale or Reti
o untgfe
Ts of good
Vf/AXTKO. STltTATIONS for a nom
? ? herof exeebeni GIRLS and CHILDREN ^ee? i
tirlved free (rom r5tyb*Mhi nr? aawarJatioc*, **? u- i
if. work (or ftioderate waujra* AjJtSScattne ?*? t.iari-? '?
foe office-of f.iMbw* ?n"KrstW^ m Oi* P?*k> ??
eharg?-?__
AS BousEKKEPEBv by a TOw Lady,
-Oker: Ar ei jean. Her troronnh acToaJrtvnre w:_i toe
n nrtne cf boufehoJd affaira and htrlo.e of its active do
rie?. toce'her with her skill *?d experience as a H ?fia
H oman, onalfcei ! er to take the charge in a renfemm *
family where a hizhrv respectable ana -rrc-.ert ?-.-r=o-! :n-.v
te K3;!:: for. The beit of reference? given. Adore**
M'? M A 5 SuMark'a place, where itoniay be wand :n
the mornmrtrntJI 12 o'clock, and in the ererdnr after -
rr'rlof k Befits wittont family ahe would be wflline to s a
Sooth shculd a ?citRbie opportnnily present, rf:.'. It
S Salesman, by a young Man. in either
., VPfiolen e or RMa*i! Jewelry Establishment, where
be could make I imaelf useful, or wou.d assist to Repair
Watches or Jeve'rv Goo<i references ei?en. A note ad
r'refseuloC A B lids office will receive immediate atteu
d24 ll*
NEW PI BLi( A'i lONS.
Annuals and holiday gifts
?SPLENDIDLY BOUND?AT REDUCED PRI.
CES. a: DEWITT k DAVENPORTS,
Tribune Buildings, Nassau-it.
OUR SAVIOUR WITH THE APOSTLES AND
PROPHETS. 12 splendid.Illustrations, Turkey Morocco.
THE PATHWAYS AND ABIDING PLACES OF
OUR SAVIOUR, IS elegant Engraving*.
THE POETS OF ALL KINDS, Turkey morocco, very
elegant.
LEAFLETS OF MEMORY, Turkey, elegantTiiustrn
ted Title, 'j Engravincs.
GEMS OF BEAUTY. S splendid Engravings
DRAWING-ROOM SCRAP-BOOK, II elegant Engrav?
ings.
s0uye1ur GALLERY. ISbeantiful Illuatrations.
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"RELIGIOUS DOMESTIC TALK
FOR YOUNG PERSONS.?G. P. PUTNAM has
iiist published
TMK WIDE. WIDE WORLD.
hard pills Hi- is fn pl.> is pai?y real >BI
cl,ar?r!srs hare ni.t that ifs l.ke Jeti'ttatsj
os id Oil ksas; bot ?r? .pr-fHtlin'ss of the i
?i uothlulr*..? nl ihs -IrtaiV noks up for tl
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i r.i r* t 'ail in I* arcepUbls tc ths -roant;.'' [.New-York Day Hook.
dS*. 2teod
The Moft Elegant Annual uf the Season.
HPHE KEEPSAKE FOR 1851, illuatra
JL led with twelve ENGRAVINGS and magr.ficently
b' und in leather and papier mache.
Also, a large assortment of CM ITT BOOKS and JUVEN?
ILES! published and for sale by
dl9UI J. 0. RIKFR, 12U Fulton-st.
7 iR A V 'S POEMS, ILLUSTRATED?
U The Poetical Works of Thomas Gravi odlted, with a
Memoir, by Henry Reed, liliutrated by C. W. Radclyfie.
In on V?I Octavo, bound in elutli or morocco extra.
Illustrations?Stoke Church, Sheep's Bridge. Portrait,.f
Univ. Church Porch Stoke, Eton Colleges-Ct.iou Old
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?? In a s'.j Is of taraaasbit: o?(.?llsii.:?." [Saiuriay Coiinsr.
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Ctt-t GUENON. of Llbourne. France Translated by N. P.
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v.nriete PICTORIAL HISTORY We CHINA AND
IN Dl A.
II THRILLING INCIDENTS OF THE WARS OF
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' Kr m the Weekly Messern?.]
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d24 It D- A. WOODWORTH. 118 Naasau-nt.
?? Cbristmnji in the Olden Time."
?? A R I G H T M E R R V TIME IS
-HLCHRISTMAS?Hs, ha!-It makee one's heuri
leap :o think that Christmas is a coming."
? ? There are ?r:el t eye., '.hat apara'e so.
t\ lau wit.tperetl 'naath the mistlatoe.
A >isa vail seal."
A large London edition of
" CHRISTMAS IN THE OI.DEN TIME,"
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tail, at STRONG'S NEW STORE,
98 Nassau-it. opposite the Herald Office.
Also, on hand, a splendid assortment of Annuala and Pa.
pier Mache articles, for Holiday Present*, consisting of
Dfr-'as. Cabinets, Ladies' Work ,Boxei and Port/olios,
Annuala and Albums, splendidly bound in papier mache
covers: Gamea, Sporta and Pastimes in great variety.
A large assortment of Ball Circulars, Envelops and
Fancy Stationery alw ays on band. Fancy Printing ami
Wood Engraving in every atyle. d21 li
TUST PURLISI1 ED.?OFFERTORY
?9 SENT ENCES, ai contained in t!i? Prayer Book of the
Proteatanl Episcopal Church, set to music, for four voice*,
with an organ accompaniment, by James a Johnson, Con?
ductor of Music of the Church of the Holy Communion, N.
Y. adapted to the use of Church Choirs on charitable occa
sions and for the social circle,
For aide at STAMFORD & SWORDS'B, 137 Broadway)
JAQUES BROTHERS',385 Broadway; \VM. DANA'S,
20 Jobu-at and ai the principal Book and Music Stores.
npHE LORGNETTE?Complete !
J- PI BLISHED THIS HAY
THE LORGNETTE, or Btcoigs of the Town.
Bv John Timon?Second M?nes. -
in one volume, bound and lettered, with ai\ ilUstretions
by Darley.
I. Portrait of the Author. IV. J:m Tiinon nl Saratoga.
II Town Dressing-Room. Vi Old Back at the Springs.
III. Boston Streets. VI Man about Town;
From ntiiocg the Notices of the Prtsa, Iii?: following are
e.\ traded:
" tome doten or mere ceoi.'emen bay* hid uAtriVoted to il.em tin
hiirc.r of ?Uu.ima beliind the incognita of this ulinuabhi writer if
Mr Dodge, sbou ,1 prove to tea the veritab'e J.-Li.i timon, l e may CUB
graMlat* himself of natu ( laid 'ha foundation of aap?raun*n! a ra
patatk n ??any ,:i our liuratare." [N Y. Tribuns.
"The I ,;r;i eile, t.v whniiMieier written, is tlie beit?llag of lh-i
kmH euer piibliahad fn iho i uuntryj n is lupetio? m ?.?ry re-pe. i to
8alo hcudiIi " [Ci.uiUr and En.) ..or
" The author'* tain ,* i|u,et liumm nfl-ied iin-l UnaicapUonlDSI
pn.pnety ol ta.te, ami a ,t> !e ra-.ileIIKd on t ii ad i irib'e **,Ky*of.tb*
Sp.ctptor, or latner eiHi* Counoisie.r ?r. I Idler. '
[Net Intelligencer.
"TSBr finish nf atyfo, oVIVu-y nf wit, iaJep*ml*a.n of Uiougfct
becail catholic ?piri', and the, higher itatiutncm on lii.ir occaaionaj
moral tSa$, tr* not to be four.d in coa.bina'ioii, i i any ot&ar work of
Ii e air.ii, tins ?nie ilia watar " | l> notional.
The plcii rial enitiriiioiuwruu, and otborwlse attractiveap
pearsnce of Ihe Lorgnette, renders it?asidn fiom Ita con?
genial literary cbSrscteriatics?admirably suited asa Christ
mas present frdm n gentleman to a I idy, or vice versa.
d2i It STRINGER 1 TOWNBEND,222Broadway.
tW ERIKS FOR 1851.?A New Volume
?3AND NEW TYPE.?THE SATURDAY VISITE!!,
Edited by Mre Janu O Sw!sahe!ni.
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The new volume will be commenced on new type, luge
enough to be easily read, yet presenting a much larger
amount of mailer than we now give In the same space.
The SATURDAY VISITER Is principally literary and
miscellaneous, hut Independent of every body, except wo?
men, whose Interest* arc especislly advocated, and wishes
particularly consulted, It will labor no' to change, but to
elevato and enlarge the sphere of actum of the wives,
motherland titters of mankind. The Literary Department
for ihe coming yar. will be enriched by original Tiles an 1
Sketches, from Iho pens of writers of acknowledged abiii
I ty, and the selections ihall be from the bighe-tsources with
i in our reach. The important movements an 1 events of Ihe
i times will receive attention, and the news carefully glean
I cd and chronicled, Domeilic and foreign correspondence,
I agricultural matters market reports, lie. will have their
I places.
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? LY ILLUSTLATED PUBLICATIONS-AI1 beau?
tifully bound in varioua siyb-s.
OUR SAVIOR WITH PROPHETS AND APOSTLES
edited bv Rev Dr. Walnwrigbt.
WOMEN OF THE OLD AND NEW TESTAMENT,
-Edited bv Rev Or Spragii*.
QUEENS OF ENGL,AND?Wilh descnpiiona, by Ag
i nes Stncklaiid.
PATHWAYS AND ABI III NO PLACES OF OCR
I.ORII-A Pilgrimage the Holy La^d, by Rev Dr. Wain
i Wrigh'
EVENINGS AT DONALDSON MANOR; or The
Christmas Glest?By Maria J Mclntoa
POF.MS-Bv Amelia (Mrs Welbl I
HALLECK'S COMPLETE POf'.TICAL WORKS.
SOUTIIEYS COMPLETE POETICAL WORKS.
MOORES COMPLETE POETICAL WORKS.
BYRON'S COMPLETE POETICAL WORKS.
MILTON'S COMPLETE POETICAL WORKS.
COWPER, CAMPBELL. BURNS. SCOTT. HE
MANS DANTE and TASSO'S COMPLETE POET!
; CAL WORKS.
FOUR OOSPELS?By the author of " Peep of Day,'
i edil. d by Dr Tyng.
A Catalogue of D. A At Co.'i extensive atocK of
! Standard English and Amer.?an aiuliors?suporoiy lllua
; traled w ork*, kc , can be bad on application. dli
APLACE IN THY MEMORY.?A
- new and elegunt edition?the 7th within a yar of
i thta popular work, m giii and plain bindin?, lust published.
! The '? Trade" supplied by JOHN t. TROW,
I d20 2w 49 Aan-aL
POFFEE AND DINING SALOON,
II Beekmar.-et ? WM G i iREEN respectfully invite*
the call* of irose w ho desire a quiet Saloon where ealanle*
only are supplied in a neat and comfortable atyle. Roait
Beef. Lamb. Veal and Poik u: 6 cent*; Chlcaen. Tarky
ai u Pi r'er-House Steaks, la. ed.; Broiled Ham. Steak and
Muuon Chi ps, id : Boiled Mutton. Corned Beef, Pork and
Bean* ard teef Soup. Od ; and other thing! in proportion.
Pie*. Pud. mg-, Lc.
Bill* of Fare and Pr.cea aSxed may be had at the Sa?
loon. dJI iw
G-Treat reduction in mnJ
f NERY-TO LADIES?Mrs. DAVIDSON, 131 Canai
?:. desirous of closing the burinee* of the season, will oder
f-ora thi* date ihe balance of her Urge assortment of Fall
and Winter Mii'untry.ai greatly reduced prices. Thesoock
beins; of the nebest and uio?i foebiuoable deacripdon, lailles
rerjuirag an elegant Hat for the Holiday*, will rind It thehr
iiiieri si to favor her with a call. d24 3i*
sOORNS ! BUNIONS :i: ?Dr. LIT^
V7TLEFIELDS SHIELDS and PLASTERS for
CORN'S and BUNION'S are irk.-.owledged by thoie who
have nied them to be ihe belt remedy ever inven'ed for the
relief, and often the entire cure, of Corn* and Bunions.?
They are easily appbed, and wom without Inconvenience.
Sold oy ihepnncipal Druggiitiic Broad way, and at Dr. L.'*
Office, 41 Merchant*' Exchange. dl2 IrmseodJ
ivory handle table c?t
-?-LEfiY. Solar Limps. Glrando>i. Msntel Csnielabraa,
Chanceliere. tc. of Corneliu*'* make Agency for Silver
Piared or German Silver Table Forki. $7; Spoon*. $3 do/ ;
Casiors. Baakeii.Tea Sen, at $30. pla'ed on white metal,
5 piece* ;n ihe let Tea Tray* inlaid with
ASHER MORGAN. 152 ?WJsub it
d23 2li?' between F^lion and Ann, 0ppo*}^J^?^f:
DAMAGED LINENS and LINEN
HOODS.- White L ne?.^^
Ciothi, Diaper*, Toweis, tc tot1/** " . De Lainea,
whoieaale or retail. A'r , , 7; JjIL, k.r ?
j ?'1^ '' W. MATlU'Vs', C?hertie-st
; nrO LAW YKRS?Thc- subnet er?, sac
\ JL Mtton :o Wni o?(oca. ire prepared to print LAW
CASKS ?n.l rOiNTS. with neatness tud d'sp?ten, at the
lowest price*. Tie; h^c great.'} etUrged the facihlies of
I letr Prirtnii- E*'*rd!.r:rr.f at In the TR1BUSE BUILD?
INGS, ?nd pledge i!einsehe* to e.veca'e a.': work Intrust?
ed to their care io the best styl?, at tie time | rooiitfti. and
on the most (VrersHe lernt*.
ItAKFR ?ODtvrSt t C0.;Prirt.rt.
TfSmtt Bo Mtc go, third ?tone*.
d'2S rodtt" Entrance No. \ Sp.-yce-sf.
<eMH*RB**ss*Bl ?eawr*.r^:a?iw ? n min **^*?s?Bss*s*rsi
FOE TUE IiOLLUAYST
A N ? P P 0 R T INI T Y SUCH AS
/1-TIUS IS SELDOM OFFERED.-A* the H?LI.
DAYS are upon u*. as the jcssvti is closing, ami as it be
cou.es ail ?ho would B?ke Unkr purchases to look about
ptetty ac*>r.?therefore
THE PROPRIETORS OE THE BOWERY SAVINGS
iniAc known Cat they tutend to surprise the public by
opening wide the:.- doer* asu niskicg a general redaction
in their prices, to sell, er? the new jear is upon us, THEIR
ENTIRE STOCK oil'io make room tor our Spring in?
voices, which we may now
EXPECT BY EVERY STEAMER.
V\ e agree to Mil a* low as any concern in rte Ceiled
Stales, or we w.U;'>rfett the govnl* aui tsJte ll.e oppr\>>
NOW HEAR WHAT WE INTEND.
We will leU SHAWLS at about one-half to lwo-:hirdc ol
the former price.
OI K REDUCTIONS ARE THUS
Silk Velvets at $2 to $r>?former piic? $3 to $9.
Blankets at $2 to $4 SO?former price $4 to. $s.
Flannels at 10 to 55 cents?Coriner price ?'> to 27 eeots.
De Leinet at Ii to If. cel.?former puce ls.tkl. 10 3s. 64.
Paramattas at 2?. to 'S*. 6d.?former price Sa. 6d. to Je.
Merino* at 6*. to :>e ? former price 9*. to 12s,
Prints at 6d. to Jd - former price Sd. to Is.
IT WILL BE SEEN BY THKSsl FEW EXAMPLES
tlat it mutt be *or the adva itago of the purchaser to stop
in at this celebrated establishment before thty leave their
moncy elsewhere without portsklag of advantage* ?ach
a* held out here.
OUR STOCK OK GOODS FOR HOLIDAY PRESENTS
Is decidedly the richest and most appropriate la New.
York, and here wo advise buyers to ?top, If they would
tiLd an appropriate present at a tow price.
FOR DOMESTIC GOODS
fail not to inquire at
THE BOWERY SAVINGS STORE,
12^ Bowery.
W UF oillE v'i Proprietor*. Managers
d23 2t*. TMcMAHON,') and Director*.
IIULIDAY PRESENTS.-*The sub
M. M senber* bave received by late arrival*, and are offer?
ing foi sale, an elegant assortment of French and German
Poys, selected expressly for the Holiday * laton, coii*i*iiit|{
tJ part of the following, vU: Drums, Trumpets, Swords,
Woolly Dogs, Noah's Arks. Furniture, Building Blocks,
Tools, Vio u s. Mechanical Figures, Basket*, Tea Setts,
Stove*, Magic Lai terns. Battledores, Grace* ?nd other
game*. Tin and Box Toy* of every description. All who
contemplate making Chriitmaa ar.d New-Year Gifts sru
Invited to call before purchasing elsewhere. Confident
that our Goods and Prices cannot (all to aives itUfactlon.we
reepecifullv solicit a share .>i the patronage of our friends
and the public. JOHN HAUT 1 CO 111) Br,..idway,
d2t> itSawMATur 2 doors above Caual-el.
//ondiiy Presents.
BALL. TOMPKINS & BLACK, [lato
MARQVANO A CO ] 217 Broadway,beg leave to inform
thetr patrons and the public In general that tholr aworUiient
of
DIAMOND AND OTHER RICH JEWELRY,
Silver and Silver Plated Ware. Watche*. Fancy Goods
Parian Articles,ice. V C was never so complete a* at the pre*
?ent time. All who may be In warn of
HOLIDAY PRESENTS,
are recommended to call (before purclia?ingel*ewhere)and
inspect a collection of goods (suitable for the approaching
season) that I* not *tirpas*ed or nQcci.r.o in any similar
establishment In this 1 r pnv ether city In the Union. By al
moat every steamer from Europe,ihey are In receipt of new
Styles of goods, nude to order or selected
in ptrfn by one nj the firm,
who Is accustomed to devote two-thirds of each year
abroad, visiting the various manufactories of England,
France, Switzerland, Germany, Italy, Vc. Jtc.?the remain?
ing brief period of the year being passed in the store, ena?
bles bun by personal observation to obtain that knowledge
of the taste and want* of their customers and the public,
which apcriiidntiit rtttdtnet abroad would debar him front.
Their ?lock of
DIAMOND JEWELRY AND JEWELRY,
composed of every variety uf PRECIOUS STONES, lo
complete, comprising NECKLACES of single stones, on
elusltr* of DIAMONDS with PEARLS| DIAMOND
CROSSES, larger and tir.erdlioy are coufidur.t) than can
be found In the potse**ton of tiny ir dividual I? the country.
These, with a tt??U*ton* I'.t'HY RING and BROOCH, ?et
mound with Brilliants-(ibe Brooch arranged to wear also
as ? BRACELET)?aro.weil worthy me inspection of ibote
who have a taste fur Precious Siouos.
EAR-RINGS, BROOCHES, BRACELETS, CHATTE
LA IN EH, Ac. Ac. mounted np-n the premises, inder ihelr
immediate supervision.
Their r? putation in Manufacturer* of
SILVER WARE,
it id believed, is too fully established lo require HI lh. li
hands, at Uns time, any extended notice, further man to say
their assortment was never more complete.
Their WATCHES are all warranted to be good time?
keeper*. Among their FANCY GOODS wil; ue found on
extensive assortment ol PAPIER MACHE, BRONZE
and, PARIAN arf,'des, uu.l oilier vaileiles, too numerou* lo
enumerate.
Allbe Sign of the GOLDEN EAGLE, Sc.lA terrier
Broadway ai d Murray-it. oppo.U) tiio City Hall.
dlH BUI ,iy.'<?^).2l,27 28.Jiiii.SI.
npiFFANY, young <v: ellis, 27?
JL Broadway beg to Invite and recommend an early in?
spection ol ihelr lmportu.lons for the
HOLIDAYS.
Their collection is, beyond o>nipart*on, more varied, ele
gantand extensive ihim that ol any previous snaaon, and
the advantages gained by their establishment of a house In
Poris enables ihi rn also to present In I'leemeiils in prices
they are sore wiil I?) observed and appreciated.
They invite special notice lo the exteut and beauty of
their stock of
DIAMOND JEWELRY,
DIAMONDS, PRECIOUS STONES *N0 JEWELS UNSET, rich
i.Mi MEDIUM COLD AND ENAMELED jewelrv,
WATCIII.S, 4iC.
p.-esentlng, It ia CQDSdenlly ass. rtrd, a larger, more taste?
ful and richer assortment, at LOWER FRu.ri, than can br>
f juud eiae where.
FAN( Y ARTICLES.
Clocks, Candelabras, ic.
Artiftic Gun Fixture!, real Or-Molu and Bronze.
Bron/e and Pa.Ian Figure., aud Group*.
Real Dresden und French China.
Bohemian and Yreni h I IhtM.
Brunswick Enameled Painting*.
Rich r'l'",b'"' <:oT,.!,s.Ol,.-r..,<,lasses, i.e.
Pcrtfullci, Card < pW*, Ppri Monnoles.stc.
Papier Mach?! Goods, generally Mache.
Frencii PancV Tallies. Eirritotrs, Arc.
Desks, Dressing Case*, Work Hoves, lie
And all ibe e'egaul novelties that tiajl appeared in Eni opf
before the departure of the la?l s'eairm'a
T. Y. at E. beg to remind llielr Holiday friend* dial they
1&Tea MANUVAl TORY OK JEWELRY
on their premises, wl, is >hey i'mly believe Uiey are able to
execute difficult and ext/aortilnsry pfsee* of Jewelry ?od
Preaentatlon Piste, or other uj tide* of gold, silver and pre?
cious stones, ta a higher order of tssie and greater perfec?
tion of finish thsn can he produced elsewhere In the coun?
try. Original designs furnished without charge.
Tbey bei? leave to Inform ?ioae who have not herelofero
purchased of them, tbat their prices are all mark?*! in plain
figures, from which not the eligliteel deducuou can be made.
dID ThJsA-TulJl_
Ornamented plum cake for
TU E HOL!DA VS.?Mr*. WOOD, 267 Grand SL would
Diott respectfully inform bercuatomera and the pabtlc, that
?bei? now ready to supply them with the choicest Cake for
the Holiday*; cornjfrrtiing Plum, Pound, Plain, Citron, Ai
mond, Curraat, Ifaisin, Cocoar.ut, Washingloo, Lady,
Sponge, ard all ether csrefuilv Iced and ornamented.
Order? to furnish Holiday, Wedding, and other Parties,
thankfully received and promptly attended to. Orders seat
to all parts of the city free. itU ?1A
PICKLED oysters for NEW
YEAR' DAY.plckled in t he very best manner sad of
a icpertor qua ity. I'enors wishing ?hould leave their or?
ders early, as the demand Increase* as the bolidsy* ap?
proach. Oyiier* seat to any part of tht* city or Brookfyo
free of expense. A. At P D?RLON,
d24 51" 11 and 12 Fulfrt M vket._
^IHjYS, dolls, CHIiVTTlGUREb',.
JL TEA SETS, DRESSED DOLLS, ACCORDEONg,
A.c. ?uitable for the Ho?0^ys--?.f^t^JSSS*.'*'
s.rtmentfortuldby ___g- LvMBS, 2<S Graad-st.
phristmas "and new-year
\j orf^FVTo ?ai J SLATER'S Bookstore, 204 fhal
i .in imiare " -ear Ibe Bowery) may be obtained Lhe most
eeeD?'ive sssorrnient cf Bnokf- B'?;'onery and Fancy Ar
tide* aaltsbie for beau'U'il and useful Present*, wholes*'*
al..d retsil._?" *jg
C" 1hkistmas trees.?a great vari
Jtil of articles, recently selected in Paris, tat dscora
tinl Cori*tnis* Tree*.forming the onlyornplete assortment
at .rich aitn les io be found in the cuv. for ??Jeiit
d2: aus- THOM PSON fc SON'S Saloon, Broadway
i^TEBBIns & co. 261 Broadway^CaJJ
r3the ottenrion of th^-r fri'-edi snd the public to tiVtr rs
eoninent of WATCHES, Df AMONOS and jewelry
of every description. Also SILVER and PLATED Ware
0 f every variety of try!*; and pattern, aniuinisj for the Ifoli
day*, which they offer for sale on as reasonable t?rx? to*
can be porcbssed etsewberela ?ie dry. c?ZI ??l?*
1 I ULI DAY PRK.SKiNT?.--7?^firK:
1 * CE1VED aspienni-i assAjrtment of gem .-/a- ri's fr r
nisfiing goods, viz : cravai*, sca/fd, mspeaderi dost*
: oioajg rotes, port/-moi.r-oiea cord cases sjii^'JN .%?
ftr. '?( of>*r articles tuna fur . ?? ? ' ^J. V,"
I AGATE'S, ?7 Broadway corner Tta*#?etf d2i %**

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