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NEW-YORKER! BIJ NE.
TUE NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE -S f U3L1SHED
EVERY MORNING, fSUNDAYS EXCEPTED,)
,t yiU 7W8VNC hUlX.lJIX.iu COMBI Or IPROCE A SID >l/S
JAC-BTREETJ. OPPOSITE THE CITY HALL,
and debwred to C:ry Subscribers fur I'JJ J-'Ji Cents per
tt\; or, when ih< 7 prefer, lle?y can pay in advaxe* at tke
,,t fc? ?ix mor tn/or a year at tbe same rate. Single
pieet Two Out* Mail Subscri^era, Five Dollars per
^inu?, 10 advance. Sunscnpiions taken fOT tux months,
for t/irio month* tl '< Tnree D?llen id advaree re*
eeir.^ hi al! exchangee with Country Newspapers Dally
jrVperan-c- ived st tili? off:?-? whose !?nt;e are h'gher V
state of Tb* Triba?'; are taA allowed any differenca
MKW.TORK -rVEKKi.y TRIBrPIS,
> VERY LARGE PAPER KOK THE CO?NTBT Is
Yssbliahed -very Saturday Meriting, at the tow price of J2
eraAnnm in advance. Eight copies for 810, or twenty
>ies to one address for fao, and the paper in no i**e joo
sed beyond the time for vvbich it is paid.
IdTertfa^nientj 'er this ti*e-.l wi'J be 'iiugni 20 '.ecu pet
seach insertion _
THE HK/ttl-'.VKKHJLY TRIBUNB
pjtewitsd **erv l*V<tfc*???y and ^if'tnuiy .!?<? ??/.
tr\K*i |3 per annum. Two copies for &? Ten Tor
*d7erti*?rneiita 6 cert* a hne each Insertion
TUE FfKW-YORK Till 81 NK
.OR EUROPEAN CIRCULATlOH
'a >>?-' on the departure of euch Mail .3vam?r 'or Ltv
-?apocL Price cl '<mts per copy, or $4 per year, postage
;*?fcide<f
THK iVKW-YORK TRIBUT?
fO% CALtrORKIA OREGON INB THE SAJVDWICH ISLANDS
3a published ob too departure of each Mad Stenoe-r for
BtaLtfre.* Price, 6i cents per copy.
GREELEY t McELRATH. Publisher*.
Common council proceedings
OfTTCliL.] Henri! of AhMlntnnt Aldermen.
STATED SESSION....Tuesday,Dec.24.
Present?Ose a it W. Sturtevant, Esq., Presi?
dent, in tbe Chair; Assistant Aid. Judson, Halev, McCarthy,
Boycc, Barr, Webb, Acker man, Crane, Francis, Kip, Sa-'i
mis, Sands, Ward, Rogers, Dean. Alvord.
PETITION 5.
By Assistant Aid McCarthy?Of Joseph D, Lyons, to he
reinstated ns a n ember of Engine Co. No. 13. To Commii
ie<- on Fire Department.
Memorial oi A.Otrard.of Mobile, on Alarm Bells. To
san.e.
Report of Finance Committee to pay biU Of O. W. J aques.
Concurred in by,the following vole: ^fllr?wffce-Th? Pre?
sident, Assistant Aid. Haley, McCarthy, Boyce, BatT, VVebb,
Ackerman, Francis, Kip, aaramls, Sands, Ward, Alvord.
Of Committee on Street?, to raise and flag sidewalk and
lay gutter on east side University, place in front of Union
Court. To Committee on Streets
Of same, to flag sidewalks in 30lh-st between 7th and 8th
ovs To same .
Of same, to raise and r?pulat? sidewalk east side Cpnter
?t. between Leonard and Walker, and 're-setting curb and
guiier To same
Of Committee on Sewers, for sewer in Laurens-st. from
Canal -ten feet north. To t lommittee on Sewers.
Of Finance Committee, to remit personal tax of Thomas
fi Henry To Committee on Finance.
Of Committee on Police, to pay lull of Dr. Booream. To
Committee ( n Police. ,
Of Finance Committee, relative to application of S. S.
Herreman for part of an old read. To Committee on Fi
Of Committee on Sewers for sewer in 2lst-st from Hud
ton Riv.-r to alioui 70 fett W. of 8th-av. To Committee on
Sewer.
Of Committee on Police, to pay bills of Drs. Waterman
and DefsresL To Committee on Police.
Of Committee on Ordinances, regulating ihe use of loco
motive,! or dumb engines in the streets of the City. To
Committee on Ordinances.
Of Committee on Conference, relative to inviting Mem?
bers ol Ihe Legislature to ihe City. Laid, for the present,
on ihe table.
The Boaid then adjourned to Thursday afternoon at 5
o'clock.
From the nllnules.
I Signed] RICHARD SCOTT, Clark.
I xJ The Mustard Factory of Messrs. Thornton
A Grinsteiiil, .St. Louis, was destroyed l>y lire on
the 17th inst. Loss nbout $4,000?insured.
P?L?ICAL NOTICES.
Seventh Ward.- UNION AND HARMONY.?A
large and enthusiastic meeting of the Democratic Whigs
of the Seventh Ward was held at ihe. Academical Institute.
Maikei rt. pursuant to the call ol the Ward Committee and
in accordance with the requirement of the Whig General
Committee Upon motion of Wm, D. Andrews, Esq
JOSEPH M. PRICE was culled to the Chair, and Who:
B WoRRAI L and James It Terry appointed Secretaries,
The cull oi ihe meeting having been read, it was moved
lud carried that ? Retiring Cotnmlttno of Six be appointed
to nominato suitable persons to serve upon the various Coin
mini es.
The Chair thereupon appointed the following gentlemen
ae such Committee:
Sicith J. Eastman, loneph T Mills, Daniel L. Petto;',
Eben. W. Morgan, ReberVMurrey, Wnde 8. Worrttl,
wi e retired; and upon iheir return reported the following
Wm I). Andr
John K. B rid I
Lnlhet Richards,
Andrew Jordan,
MorrlB Welch.
unanimously adopted ;
Reiotted, That the member
shall he members of tho \\ an
Setoletd, Tiiat the several
ull vacancies which tuny occu
On motion, the proceedings
In the Express mid Tribune.^
Wait. B Worrai.l. \ s <"
James R. terry, * ''
fv?" Sixteenth Ward, -Whoreas, on the 23d dayoi
December, n Whig Primary Election was held on the
corner of Twenty-third st. a' d Eighlll-av. (Sixteenth
Ward,) by call of ihe Ward Committee. The following
nersons were appointed Inspectors; Edward Burrian,
Janus Ualoy, George Clark, George Merrill and John
Mclntyre. At (he hour appointed the polls were opened,
two of the Inspectors only present during; the whole time
Of the election The house where the poll wns held was
bairleiuled. a circular holi cm in the door, about six in ihes
in diameter, so that no person on ihe ou side could see the
ballot-box,?said Inspectors refuting ;o tako ballots except
such as suited theii views.?Ihe door was lullen possessl 'ii
of, w b?e nothing but Iraud and violence were llie order of
thedav. Therefore, about two hundred of Ihe Whigs of
this. Ward who were thus prevented from voting, called a
public meeting outside of the house during the hour ap
pointed. RICH ARD WINTHROP was appointed Chair?
man, ami Oscar Taylor, Secretary. u"d the following
ticket was de. ha. ii unanimously elected as the honest ex?
pression of Ihe Whigs 0< Ihe Ward
William Tine, Edwin Furguson, Oictt Rhinee,
ii. W Campbell, Wm. M.Dickinson, Clark Smith,
John Taylor. Jacob Reis, John D Lindem
Stephen Metrilti .od nil Polles,1 Benj.Petutt,
tJT Nineteenth Ward.?At a morning if the Whig
Electors of the Nineteenth Ward, held a; the House of Eli
Williams, corner of Fe: iv-hfth-si. und the Fifth-avenue,
pursuant to the directions of the Whig General Committee,
the followmg named persons were selected :,. lee.esem
thel'.c.i, Ward in the Whig General Committee, the Yo ing
Men'h General Committee and Ward Committee:
JV.'.v.rn to Whig Wuny Mca'i General Committee,
Johu Walto. Francis It. Bail,
Wm. B. Drake. Oeo. Farmer. '
Edmund B. Poet.
Dtlegatet te> the Ward Committee,
Charit s Golden. II. F. Johnson, John Cook,
Daniel Boll, Al u. Craig, Walter G. Mackav.
Corns Berrian, Gee. Mareen. Tlios. A. Campbell,
Jas. Bowlcv. Chas. Qlllesple, Wm. \'. Leggelt.
John Colviu. H.A. Mavnard. JaaP. Odell,
Win. Cartwritht, J K. Coulter, Benj. Weaver,
Nath'l S, Wing, Peter Wilbur. Isaac Clark.
Fred w ciaik. Wm.B.Oaliikcr, ThoS.Sheridan,
d'lt It* Wm, Fulmer.
NOTICE.?Packet-ship ?? H ENRY
- . CLAY," for Liverpool?Shippers by the above vessel
requested lo clear tbeir go>ls at the Custom-House
THIS DAY, ana send in tiieir oills of lading for signature
*. ikeoBkeof SBOFF0RD, TILESTON \ CO.
'MStla 4.1 South-sL
I JAMA.GED LINENS and LINEN
-?-^i;00DS._Whiie Linens, all qualities, Napkins, Table
St i ' P''Per,i Towels, lee, for sale al low prices, at
e-b. le?a,e or relai). Also Merinos. Alpacas, De Lames,
HO-?' '"' r]inr>e\s. Broadi oibs. Catsimeret, fee
c;?;5?1*, W MATH?.ws, 60 Caiherlne-sL
D
I^OLI'TION.?The cDpartnership
;? existing between OTiS GRIMES and
RANIEL 8. W INTON, undi r i>- Srm of OTIS fiRl M ES
si CU. is this dty dh-solved ?Hoooken, Dec. 23. IS.Vi.
?_?. B. WINTON.
T A DIES' FAIR.?The Ladies of the
5? ^wt?f Circle of theORve Branch Baptist Church
t?*?rlav ti.eir FAIR dttrlngTHlS (CHRIST
TIyVy*. *'-j evfin15t?. ?'?> Rail 160 Grande
Tc\i r? i " '?"' k't' ae*?1rlB>*ait.?i useful and fancy articles,
ne.ie...in,i,;>, \,- which wi.ibe sold at very ow
swsces. ii.e pub^c arc invited lo atiei.d. Admission Free,
RELIGIOUS NOTICES.
fr' A llt?cour?e mal be expected in the Obnre!
jy Religion* Notice? v CW frrmitlrm Church
it?te Chiifb of Mediator] In Eighth ?t h-a-i of La Payeitss
flare t<-rvir-s on Christmas morninp. at [OJ o'clock, by
Re?. Mr Brow v. _ d? If "
Exhibition of Sabbath School, .No. 29,
attached to '.he Fourth Congregational Church :?> S.v.- ?
scbetween S;vtn and Seventh avenues/on THURSDAY
EVENING. Dec 20?at Bieecker Building, 2>'>l Bieecker
>! Tn;? will a very interesting occasion. Tickets I2|
rents, to be had of S. W. CRONK. 283 Bieecker sL and at
theileor Doorr open at o'clock. ExTcises at 7,-o'clock.
ft" The Krv. It. Foater 1 ? ? e M .'?
heny-st, M E. Church Chrl.tmss Dav. at II o'clock. A. M
Subject?" The Nativity of our Lord Jesus Ckri?:." Ii?
tSPECIALNOTfCCS.
ft?' Notire.-The following :s in ex ruination of an
BOvenisement in our paper yesterday :
trial Association No. 1: Sir?A friend has just called my at?
tention to a very extraordinary and uncourteooa notice in
Ibe public papers, signed by you. Wnat is its meaning? i
call on you for an explanation, and expec: it immediate'y,
Vours, fee. GUSTAV US A. SACCH1.
New-York. Dec. 24, 1850. 5 Broad st.
Dkar Sir?I have received your note, and has'.en to give
tion was merely to make known, that the'lands y I i
for sale, ?re not a pan ol those own-d by'th-AssViatt'on.
The Association did not intend to convey the Impression
that you had ever claimed connection with it You are
aware, I believe, thai I have with pleasure at our meetings
announced fromjfour note, that you badlands for sale ad?
ln
Ir* iilonilccllo.-A lew p
oi oie i,ew-if>rK dome inuueinai Association, ero. i, are
for sale a; the rate u *2W per acre. The survey has been
cr nipleted and the contracts are now ready.
Terms?10 per cent at the lime of subscription.
15 do during the month of January, 1851.
25 do do do 'if February, 1851.
The remaining one-half to be paid in cash, by one acre
purchasers before the 1st of May ensuing, and those who
purchase two or more acres, may give a bond and mort?
gage upon the premises, payable in two years, with 6 pur
cent interest. Apply at the office of ?. A. SACCHI.
d251l* 5 Brond-sLuatll 8 P. M.
iy Notice.?Posi OFKicn/Naw-York, Dec 24,
-The Mails for California, per next Summer, will cli
Ihlc Office on THURSDAY, the 25th insiant. at 2 P M
Leiters, fu" Havana. Chigres and Panama, must hi
i aid WILLIAM V BRAI/\ , P
I MaS'Dnlc, I.O. O. F., ??. of T. and ?
Kt-giiliii itml J ewe It. (first Premlara 81 ver M
1860,1 Gold and Silver Trimmings; Fringes, Stars. Ta
Lures, lo t Eagles, Hat n.s. Guards,kc. Ball Badeei
Military Embroidery?a splendid assortment for sale
d21 31? E. COM BS, 268 Grund
f5? l.iidlfH' Fair.?The Ladles of Cennon-st.
list Church an I Congregation are now holding a F
Thuhan Hhll, 492 Grand-st. between Sheriff and W
fr" Thf Sintern of Mercy, In behnlf of the
"Sick and Dying Poor." respectfully and earnestly ,?o:tcu
the public to addt'i their charities during this holy season
their daily vlaiuuion of
in abundance never ini
ries of tunny a comfortll
CS? Jtiiicat. Sunday Sell
Sfrv of the Sunday Schi "1 ol
Church, Jane-st. will bo held on
Dec 25,1850. The Exercises will
dresses m a Singing by the Childi
Choir. Tickets of admission li\
from the members <>f the school
:ker. d21 3lSTaSiW*
r<HRJSTMAS EVENING.?The Annu
si
iach;
SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY.
WAiNTKh,
]>ANTN ER WA NTED?SPECI AL OR
- GENERAL.?The Advertiser has been engaged fora
few years past in a Wholesale Mercantile and Manufactur?
ing Business combined. The business has steadily increas?
ed, ami Me the arth lea are ol Indispensable necessity, it is
Capable of almost-indefinite; vet safe enlargement, as the
loss! B on $150,000 Ihr three years past have not amounted.
In the aggregate, to $2,009. A large capitai is needed to
conduct ibe business advantageously, and the advertiser
confidently believes that, on an investment of $3u.ito<>. or
even $60,010, a like amount (clear of all expenses) can he
made within five years Communications (with full name)
W ill bo Healed with stnci confidence, und may be addressed
lo "B," care of David Hosdiey, Esc;, or addressed '? W,"
cure of Box 1,5117 Post-Office. d23 It"
Broadway, have s handsome furnished From Room,
wtiich they d,6?ii e lo let, with Board, to one or two single
gt ntiemen pi a gentleman and his wite, who ? ou'.u he w...
mg lo advance the above sum. The location and neigh?
borhood are very desirable?house has bath room and ail
modern Improvements. Any party wishing all the comforts
oi a ramify he tue. may addres? for three days, V. W. at this
office. Bist of references given. dj If
\%'AN TED-A Partner it- engage with
v v the advertise! In an exclusive and exceedingly
profitable manufacturing business in this city. To ona hav?
ing a capital oi $d( 0, and some enterprise, an opportunity
lo realize some thousands per annum in a permanent busi?
ness offers. Address ?'Machine," Tribune Office, slating
name and where to be seen. d2o It*
WANTED?20 Men of good address to
* * seu a pgu at article and many articles for fsmiiy use
To energetic men an excellr-m chance la orlored to clear
from $5(t to $100 per month. Also, two Agents for Ver?
mont and Oeorgia. Cull or address post-paid, 82 Nassau
st. second Oocr, BEAUMONT .v CO. d25 Sf
A YOUNG MAN WANTED to act rs
-CJa-Salesman and General Clerk. One who ran give good
recommendations may apply at WATERiH RY'S. 258
Hroauway. d25 It"
WANTED-By or before the 1st Jan
* ? uaiy unfurnished apartments for a small family.?
Must he o. nvtuient and of moderate rent, as ney are re
ijUtred lor a peimaneticv. Address, with fu.l particulars,
prepaid, to Mr. TI10M 1'SON, box 2.120 Pom Office. d23 St*
\\" AXTED?One or two Journeymen
? v Forcers and Finishers of Tinmen's Sbiars. "Perma?
nent employment and good prices will be given if iminedi
ate application is made. PECK. SMITH k CO.
Southmgton, Conn. Dec. 1S50. dll SwDStvW
T751 WA3TTED. ? Soldiers"' Rights,
-"-""Patents and Grants, given for Lands in Illinois, in
or abcul isis, for services in the war of 1812, and for many
vears sold and lost for taxes. Apply to or add-ess if.
MATTISON. j Nassau-?l New-York, giving rumber of
lot, 4;c._ die ltn'
ANTED AGENTS.?From 5600 to
$1,200 a veer can be made in selling tie new Fatni y
Manual at 128 Nassau-st- secoud floor. Address, postpa]
the American Fanuiy fuaucauon Establishment, New
York. d6 1m*
] X Ft) K M AT 10 X W A X TE D "of U Ell
-? NEWTON, a nauve of Sheffield, Eng.. by trade a Table
Knile llsfler: last heard irom in New-York. Address
Elver, care of J, Smith, IVa Theater. Oct. 2J, 1S+1. By ap?
plying at 91 John-si. N. \r. he will hear oi something to bia
advantage d23 3utw2w"
VI'ANTED? A r--T< r. w '.. -
? v ]y acquainted w ith the wholesale hardware business
in this city. Address S. omce of this paper, with real name
and references. Communications treated co3.identia.ly.
d24 St*_
?OK KEEPER.?Wanted by a middle
'aged Man as'.luation, who is competen" tota&etree
of * set of Books, who has had 15 years experience, .No
IS to engage in a Manufacturing E*tablisUment or
imifaion House or Jobbing House in this city. A
v expected. Satisfactory reftreacee given. A;.
T. S. a: the office of ti^s paper. --"-> -'
B
to tkke'chvee ?f'a Siereotyi e Foundry la Loaisviue, Ky
(v, p ? v." .'.~ ?...,:n'ied w'li rorc*-??i"'~'n o- psc?s-w.>ri
r.2 Ciiff-st N V._d23 JtWrxS
jfJ??MS.?\Va~Ti?.-.!. 1st of January by
JA? wo voucg G-ntle.-nen. :n a hrst-ela** house, a par,.'.
exd bedroom, handsomely furnished? ntuttien in thelow
er pan cf the city preferred. Address A B D. tins ornce.
\yT\NTED?A y OTJNG M \ N.
Readmg-Rcom of the New port Athentum, 6S3 Br >ad
way. who has been accustoined to a similar occepanon sna
acquainted with the newspaper department. Apply as
ai-ove. t>etween the hours of in and 11 A.M. or? an Jo P.M.
INFORMATION WANTED-Ot
j- JAMES KI.YNNE. a native of the County M?aih. Ire?
land, who came to this country about 13 years ago. Any
information will be thankfuilT received by his sister. Mary
Flynne,at61 Bank-it. New-York._d2-> !f
/Correspondent wanted.-thc
*- Proprietor of a Daily Newspaper in the interior
wishes to engage the services oi a Correspondent in New
York for the purpose of giving the News ot the Day, Lo:a.
News of the Citv and a brief notice of the Money Market
and Sales of the day. It is a Whig publication and wottid
reouire perhaps a writer whose opinions were oi that
stamp. Proposa-s are wanted both for a Daily Letter and
a Letter three times a week. None but a writer oi a goo i
order o! intelligence, taste and education need apply. The
advertiser wishes to obtain such service at a bur. rr-t nig?
gard rate of aalarv. Address with real name and address.
" CLIO." care of V. B. Palmer. Tribune Buildings, post?
paid, and an answer to the accepted otfer will bo given
within eight days. _d-i ot
WANTED TO LEASE?A Store not
M [ess [ban 20x50, in BroSdwsy,"on the west
twecn Canal and Fulton sts. Any person having surn a
store or a building that can be altered into a store of the
above dimensions or larger, will please address G. L.
KELTY. 131 Chalhajn-SL_d^l ?t
"V AIMER PRESS WANTED.?Any
i ^ nerE'" hav ng a "nod s;cond hand machine mav find
a purchaser bv addressing GEORGE BRI CE.
d2\U' J_13 Chan.t.ers-it.
WANTED?An active, intelligent Boy,
" T about Hi years of age. as an apprentice. Applyal
the priming office, 111 John-at _ _d.'l .t'
1^7"ANTED?A Journeyman Cabinet?
work .V.. Apply to BAKER, GODWIN It CO.
C2t 2t* Printers. 1 Spruce-et. Tribune Building
WANT PLACES.
illed
'1 UATIONS for a num
?I It LS and CHILDREN, recently
bits and associations, and willing
BOARDING
g^RD WANTED?B^- a
dress Doctor, Tribune office. U2i3t
Eoard-a second floor handsomely
furnished can be had in a few days by a small family,
Irving-place. The best of reference given and re
quired._d2l 1.
hpo be let, with board two large
-5 PARLORS with pantries attached on the second il y.n.
at 05 East Broadway; 02331"
light, airy looms. 92 50 per weekDay Boarders ?2 per
week, Transient Boarders, 50 cents per day. d23 im*
"driyate board.?a Lady and Gen
BOARD IN WILLIAMS BURGH.?
A Gentleman and hi? Wife ard one or two tingle Gen?
tlemen can be accommodated with pleasant Rooms In a pri?
vate family, at 56 Kirst-sL one minute's walk
slip Kerry. Boats run every five minutes du
dlb liu*
I .U^ Ul
BOARD?A gentleman and wife, also
single gentlemen, can find desirable rooms for the
winter at 41 Warreu-st. A suit of rooms on the first floor
for a small family. Terms moderate, and references re?
quired, dl lm?
ATTENTION.?A Pleasant FRONT
ROOM ar:rl Pantry to Let, with BOARD, to a Gentle?
man and bit Wile, or two Gentlemen, References given
and required. Inquire at 1U7 Prlnce-tt. corner of Green?
ly lm*
OARDLNG AT BROOKLYN.?Very
it Rooms with Board to be had at 37 Wkiow
l.iLuj.-. walk to South Ferry-.
B
NEW PLHIJCATiO.NH.
DHE MOTHER'S REGOMPENSE.
pnnted from the advance i
publishers.
THE MOTHER'S REC
Influence, by Grace Aqni
thip, ac. i.c Ocevolumi
en, 50 cents?cloth. 75cen
P A, i CO. aiio pub!;
w.ih the above,
WOM \N'S FRIENDS
NATHALIE . a Novel, by Julia i
THE BAUDS Of THE BIBL1
{LIFE'S DISCIPLINE, bvuieai
JiUANONDALE. a N mL v I
The Most Elegant Annual of the Season.
rjpHE KEEPSAKE FOR 1651, Qlustra
bound In leather and papier mache.
Also, a large assortment of GIFT BOOKS and JUVE.
ILF.S. pushed and for saie by
CTJ9U1 J. C. RIEFE, 12? Fulton-si
/ RAY'S POEMS. ILLUSTRATED?
v^The Poencal Works of Thomas Gray ; edited, with a
Memoir, by Henry Reed. Ilmalrated uy C. W. Raddytfe.
in one vol octavo, bound in cloth or morocco extra.
Illustrations?Stoke Church, Sheep's Bridge. Portrait of
Gruv, Church Porch Stoke. Eton College. L'oton Old
Church, The Ivy Mantled Tower. Manor House Stoke
Lawyer's diary for 1851.?
Will be ready on MONDAY MORNING. Dec. 23,
this Annual Publication for Members oftse Bar, watch
win be found much improved over former publications?
Among its contents wiil be found a Calendar. Time Table,
Sherihs ano Cocr.ty Claris. Commissioners to uute proofs
and acknowledgments In other States. Commissioners to
take acknowledgements for other States. PubJc Notar.es
and Commissioners ofDeeds. Judges, Courts. Rates ofPos>
age. ElecUons. Minister?. Consufs and Charge d'Aifaires,
Banks and Insurance Companies a, New-York and Brook?
lyn, a complete litt of Lawyers in the City of New-York,
ic i.e. ic Published and tor saie bv
BELL it GOULD.
d234tis Law Stationers, ic. 15tf Nassau-it.
tTENRY KERNOT,
-i-Jlwtii publnhonTaesday. D'.'c
1 Ix y panicnlarr? i
Firns ?'? i us sted fStl caii. r?, iBflml
Ol ft SAVIOR WITH PROPHET
PATH WA TS ANT) ABIDING PLVCES OF Ot
LORP: A P. if.,iv T,ar.<J Bv'Rev I
Wainwrigbt
EVENINGS AT DONALDSON MANOR: or tl
O. irmasGnest By Maria J. Mclntosb.
Perm? by Amelia (Mr?. Welbv ,
Hsileck's complete Poetical Works.
Soothe;'s .-. mplete Pot-ticai Works.
Moon's on ? lete Poetical Work?.
Bvri -.'? complete Poetical Works.
Milton's complete Poetical Works.
Cowper's. Campe!!'*. Bums's. 8cott's. Hemans's, Dart
and Tasso's complete Poetical Works.
Gris wold's Sacred Poets of England and Ameri.-a.
Fl I B GOSPELS, by the author of "Peep of D?y
'.'Catalogues' lit detail for free distribution at their ue
Store. No. SM Broadway. d25 ids
(MKT B( lOKS V ER V I.HEAP_Jen
" ny.Lind Annual, w ith 10 engravings, illustrating her
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1-JEV. .MR. STORRS'S DISCOURSE.
J ? ?This day published, "The obligation of man to obey
the Civil Law; its ground and Us extent," a Discourse de?
livered December 12,1550, on occasion of the Public Thanks?
giving. In the Church of the Pilgrims, Brooklyn. N. Y. by
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All the .Iuvenile Annuals and Gift Books.
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A large assortment of splendidly bound Bibles and Pra
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rlous new sty'.i?.
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1'Itiie hodidays-stoppani hall com
Broadway and Walker-st.
HISTORICAL TABLEAUX of NEW-ENGLAND
NOVEL AND INTER ESTING AMUSEMENTS,
will be opened for t xblbi?on on
WEDNESDAY EVENING, Dec. 25. 135". and eve/y eve?
ning during the week.
The Hall in which these magnificent Tableaux will be
exhibited -ha? been entirely reconstructed and redfeoj riUni
under the able direction of Mr. Trimble, the celebrated Ar?
chitect, so that in point of beauty and convenience, it is un
equaled in New York.
?Ta
any exhinluofl eve
descriptive iHustra
ed by that emiae
or < alyo,
lure, unsur-'awse
winch has been selected Ute highest
ire under Ihe direction of that accent
Tt
Mr 1
The favorite and mimiiabli
tl r w
ishtoe
appro;
i several humorous sor
composing songs, impn.
IN PREPARATION
of ihe Yanaee Chan
ements will be
ly for' this enlnblishmeht. by tin
celebrated actior,
Treuuier_
Director of to
The doors ?
menee at 7 o'i
Admiisioc !
I2j cenis.
Tickets to 1
Music Sti res.
fVUR AT INGERSOLL'S GREAT
AMERICAN BOAT and OAR BAZAAR. - ? So Ith
st. fjr tw o weeks only, commencing lt'th. Come one!
come si! to the FAIR?see the great painting of Neptune
rising from the deep?see the gold and sflvsr medais, diplo?
mas, trophies, opinions of the Press, from one to live hun?
dred BOATS r every ike, form and description, models,
lie. ic. i.e. Aumissiun free. ' diO 2w*>
HDHE TWENTY-SECOND ANNU AL
JL BALI, in sid of the NEW-YORK FIRE DEPART?
MENT FUND, w:U be given at the ASTOR PLACE
OPERA BOOSE, on MONDAY EVENING. January
27th, 1 "1. ? d7 2awS&W[27
SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL ERINA
k5baLL. at TR1PLER HALL, on MONDAY EVEN?
ING, a :!: Decemherinttsat, I&50 ?Trie proceeds ,,r v^\ca
wiiibeaprrop:-ae?l [as s-ieDfor the necefiiof the OR?
PHANS in lie Erince-.it. Asylum. Tickets Beachiad.
El A R KW ELL CONCER T.-M
1/ .)F.AMT. REVNAl.nso.V th- Scotfjj '? <c* MV*
give er third ?ad last CONCERT tl & BROADWAY
TABERNACLE, oa FRHUY EVENING, December 27,
I85>, {previous mtWdeparmre$^tb.i on which oc-isi vi'
.?.????1! he assisted hv MISS LOI ISA STANLEY. ?'? L
PHILL'PS. ?cd MR! KANTEST, tha celebrated v rttn
ist Mr AUSTIN PHILLIPS will preside at the Plaao
Ballad?Kathleen Mavonraeen.Mis- Stanley
Sons?The Heather Hills.MissRej is Is
B I .a.:-\Vhv do I Weep for Thee.Mr. Phtlh'os
Ballad?They Bid Me Forget Tue?.MUs Stanley
Sow - I y particular desire r?Co:ee to Me at
Morning.Miss Reynatdsoo
Ballad? Dermoid Astore.Mb? Stanley
Bal.ail?Ji/Lu Anierson my Jo.
Solo. Violin?Sounds from Home.Mr. Kanter!
Ba.iad?Ttrecce's Farewell to Ksihieeu.Miss Stanley
Socg?Here's a Heal'h. Bonnv Scotland, to
Thee..'_,.MUs Rerna'.d-on
Ballad?My Bovhood's Home.Mr P . ?
Seng?Las'gh. Lady, Laugh.Miss Stanley
Pong? Tsk your Atiid Cloak About Ye...Miss Reynaldson
Violin Solo.Mr. Kanten
Si r.g? (by particular reijiiesi t?The McGregor's
Gathering.Miss (Waal.Isjn
Tickets. FIFTY CENTS?to he had at me principal Mo
sic Stores, and at the Door on the evening ot the Concert.
Doors open at 7?Concert to commence at 8 o'clock.
d2S 2w
ITALIAN OPERA HOUSE, AS FOR
?I PLACE.-THURSDAY EVENING. Dec -V. will he
performed M err ad ante'sGrand Opera of
IL GH RAMENTO.
Manfredi.Siguor Beneventano
Ela'ss.Signorica T rutfi- Bene-.tetii
To conclude with the Grand Bauet Diver.lseuieut of
TERPSICHORE
Leaders. Mr Kreutzer and Sig I. .-i-.i : C io n, j^, ...
Mi. Hensler Prices id admission Secured Seats.Parquet
and Boxes. $1 50; admission to Parquet and Boxes on the
evei lug of performance, ?I; Amphitheater, 25 cts. Doors
open at t to "o'clock
|\I E(;H?m??B ALE. i:2 Broadway,
LI 8 above Grundit -OPEN EV ER Y N1GUT Jarlug the
week, ur.ttl further notice.
The original and well-known CHRISTY'S MINSTRELS,
ander the management of E. P. CHRISTY, wboSe Con?
certs it this city for a succession of four years, have been
received with favor by h'.ghlv respectable and fashionable
audiences. Tickets 23 cts. boors open at 6[: commence
at ?J. The patrons of Christy's Minstrels respectfully
tnfonned that the nsual Saturday Afternoon Concerts will
be discontinued fur the future. On CHRISTMAS DAY an
Afternoon Concert, commencing at i o'clock, P.M. dl Im
FELLOWS'S MINSTRELS.?
CHRISTMAS AND NEW-YEAR FESTIVAL.?
The Manager of FeDows's Minstrels, In returning thanks
to bis patrons and the public lor the unprecedented patron?
age extended to his popular Concerts lor the last nine
months, liege !o state i fiat neither pains nor expense wi.l
be spared to make this Band the most perfecl a e< ery part.
Tlie Concerts will be continued eve'v even ng during the
week, and Wednesday und S?turil?v Afternoons On
Christinas Day an ABeniooon Concert at3 o'clock, A.1
mlsslon 25 cents. Private Boxes for six, ?3. Conncertat'i
o'clock. d.'J
KNICKERBOCKER HALL?Corner
of Eighth av. and Twenty third si.?Irish Evening
Grand Musical Treat On CHRISTMAS NIGHT, Wed?
nesday. Dec 23, Irish Music. Irish Sayings, Irish Doings,
all sparkling with Irish Wit! Mr. MACARTIIY. the
celebrated delineator of Irish Character, of the Theater
Royal Drury Lane, Covent Oarden, and Broadway Theater,
New York." win gi-.-e his most popular Entertainment on
the Songs of Ireland, combining the Mirth and Melody of
the Emerald Isle. Admission 23 cents i children half price.
To commence at 7j o'clock. Mr. Macartliy will give his
next Entertainment with additional Singers and an entire
change o! Programme on Wednesday nexi. Jan. 1,1851.
BLEECKEE HALL, corner of Morton
Stiset?A GREAT PHILANTHROPIC INDUCE?
MENT.--THORP'S unparalleled Bind of YANKEE
rl ARM ON IA N MINSTRELS will perform this nfteruoon
at 2 o'clock, and at 7 o'clock in the evening. They have
slndly volunteered their services for the benefit of the
Hi ir.e Mi.-siou Society The great Kentuckisu, Wit
u OODBI RY. will give a Negro Lecture on Phrenology.
Which never fails to create roars ol laughter and unceasing
applause. Admission? Dress Circle, 25 cents; Parquelte,
I2f cents. d;.'if
ARNUM'S AMERICAN MUSEUM.
??P T BARNUM Manager and Proprietor-JoH?
Gar.r.NWooi>. Jr. Assistant Manager --
ASTON [SUING ATT RACTIONS
FOR CHRISTMAS DAY AND EVENING
FOLK HOLIDAY PERFORMANCES.
Comprising ihe
MOST AMUSING NOVELTIES.
GRAND SALOON ENTERTAINMENTS
ai !j P M. '!} P.M. H P M and I* M
GREATEST COL LECTION OF CURIOSITIES
IN THE VVORi.D.
BARNUM'S Museum is universally adm.'.ted to bethe
Ii
AM 11 SEM ENI
B
blended .villi inversion, and the D.iiiia Isiua.letu minister
REGARD FOR .MORALITY.
i ar d not to a vicious appetite for vulgarity and tvm ijj
THIS CHRISTMAS DAY.
at 11 und o'clock, P M. will be perfnrmod In the beautiful
Si . ? ihe Grand Comic Spectacle of THE WOODMAN's
t PEI.L. and at ? and ll|o'cli?:k P.M. will be produced die
delightfully entertainina and claste nlecesof CRIMSON
CRIMriS an 1 of li.iMl.snc ECONOMY. Be,! . .
1 very diverting a;id perfectly uue.xceptiuna.de entertain,
ments, the
MILLION OF CURIOSITIES
from al! partsof the world, in tins Museum, afford ,ui Inter,
e-ting fund of endless 'knowledge and amusement. The
great Cii i.Ml - E COLLECTION, Bmbod es everything --?
fating to the CELESTIAL EMPIRE, ?B?rding an exact
counterpart, In little, of china as it is. Tim Gipsy
Form tie Teller, Fancy Gia-s Blowing, 4ic. i.e.
Admission to a Saloon Performance and the Curiosities la
the whole building, 25 cents. Children under ten years of
age, lij cents. Parqutt and- first circle, one shilling extra.
BURTON'S THEATER?Chambcrs-rt.
rear Of City Hall.-Tne nea/esl Theater to tlie largs
Hotels -THIS EVENING, Den. 25, will be played
the Drama, called
DESERTER.
MARRIED AN ACTRESS
PICKWICK CLl B.
Boxe? Di ess Circle und Parquelte,SOCtS; Family Circle,
25 cts ; Orchestra Seats. 75 cts, Private Boxes, $5 and t-\
Doors open at 0$, to begin al 7.
ROADWAY THEATER.?DOORS
' open at fij?to commence at 7 o'clock.?This EVEN?
ing. Dec 25, will be presented the Comedy of
GIRALDAj OR. THE MILLER S WIFE.
Don Philip.Mr. Conwav | Duchess.Mrs Abbot
Alter w blch, a Grand Ballet Pantomime, entitled
LE LIABLE A QUATRE.
Mazurka,...M'lle. C. Franc!? | MazoarkL.M. L Ksplnosa
Prices of Admission : To Dress Circle and Parquet, 74ej
Family Circle and Third Tier, 23 ; Gallery, 12? cla.
]\IBLO'S GARDEN.?Doors open at 6
1 i?to commence al 7J o'clock?Tickets to ail parts
e lOUseW cents; Children half price Private Boxes.$\
Manager.Mr. JOHN BEFTOB
THIS EVENING, Dec. 25, the entertainments will com
mer.cewliii an Overmre
To he followed by evolutions on the Tight Rope by Leon
Javel : and the Ravel Family.
Af er which, JOCKO, or the Brazilian Ape
To ^occlude wiih the Fairy Comic Pantomime if
MAZDLMi or, The Night Owl,
Which abounds with the tnott extraordinary and wonder?
ful magical effects, tricks and trans.'ormaitons. This extra
ordlnsry piece will be performed every evening this week,
Saturday included.
DROUGHA NX'S LY< El VI, BROAD
JL#WAY, near Broome it?Proprle'or and Mtnager,
Mr BK'i GUAM Dress Circle and Parijuette, 50 cents;
Family Circle, 25 cents i Orchestra Stall Seats, $1 ; Private
Boxes. $5.?THIS EVENING, Dec. 25, the performances
will commence with an Overmre. Alter which
BROUGHAM t C J.
To lie followed ny a Musical Iniermezzio, called Echoes of
the Nightingale. After which, we Interlude of
DEEDS OF DREADFUL NOTE.
. After?l'i.cii. THE LIGHT GUARD , -jr. W .niir.'j R.g..ts.
Doors at tj?begin at 7 o'cloci.
|\TEW-YORK AM PH[THEATER, 37
1 iBowery.?JAMES M. JUNE it CO. Pruprtewrs.
On CHRISTMAS LAY three p -n ireiacc- - wt!i be given,
commencing at K | A.M. a-'il 7j P.M. First appearance
of the gwst Bngllsh Clown, Wallet. CHRISTMAS
EEK.?Perfo.-u.Hj.ces every evening, and on Saturday
afternoon. Gulliver and the Lilliputians, in which the
/.?eat Betiast Uiast appears. Star'iinir acts of Riding and
G-mn.wucs, in which ihe unapproichable French Troupe
will appear. By universal remes', the iieautiful Fa,ryPa
g ant >.: Cl NDi.RELH w:i: - -I j-ii-.g -.he H >?
?:iys Private hoxea. 50cts.; Bh-j 25cts.; P:l |2| cu.
Dcors open si 63, performance to -ommence at 7J o'clock.
rpiiii WILL BE A SPLENDID
-i- PANORAMIC E?UBITION, showing the CtUes.
si: iuirea,ic. of modorn Palestine,exaibiied with
I bl il: Diun.moLd Light, at Salllvan-st. M. E. Church.
? u Bleecker-st on (. n.-istm.-j night, for the benttltof the
Sabbath Scisooi. Admissit? for adulu 1JA cents?children
half price. " d212tls'
THE D?SSELDORF ACADEMY OF
FINE ARTS.-Lessing's g^a'. Historisa! Plcutre of
the "MARTYRDOM OF HUBS" bwc added uj the
colleen or. cf Patr.tl.igs by artlita of ;he above school. Ad?
mission 25cents; season tick? ts fl, and descripdon cata?
logues IcJ ceiu dt 3:n
GJ.RAND EXHIBITION of OPTICAL
f TRANSPARENCIES, represenar-g a greatviiritty of
the most remaraable Wonders of the Eartn and tie H ???
sens, at ihe O.jinpic. i42 Broadway. The Antsdlttl
Aninais ; Speeunenj of Antic ue Gems: ine Moaons 01 le
Heavenly Bootes; the Aurora Bore?.'-- > ?
> ilcanoes; roge-.ner w..n a ma.".;.. -'
cf Views. g E ropesfl - : ? '
ar,d Pi "... - ' ri.- -??!<-?< o ;i,-e? v,.:..->?.i}..
'FR I PL KR HALL?Musical Manager,
?* Mr B OCH SA. T?o(;rmn,l
CHRISTMAS HOl.lDAt MUSICAL FESTIVALS.
To N> eiren br
MADAME ANNA BISHOP,
cn WEDNESDAY next, December 25,
on um nnniHi spieodot o( b-r Svred Peribnuaeee? an*
Americao Pro,,??.!.. Cecer?
frt. h.mi THF. FIRST
0. mese nriuiani ?t*??jnnx,au (for the accomm.xiauvn of
e'erdni: Con ? "ill \?'^^*h^ cannot eooveni?! Uy altaad
IN THk"mornin(;
m :j P M. and comprise Mfactrre sotactiona of *?cied
and Secular Music.
THE SECOND IN THE EVENING
at 71 o'clock, wBl consist of an
ENTIRE REPETITION OF LAST THtTRSD iy s
AMERICAN PROMENADE CONCERT,
which programme haa been pronounced the moat
Unique, Attractive, and Eccentric Musicd Entertainment
eter offered to the public.
PR! uKAM.MEOF THE MORNING PERFORMANCE.
1, In compliance w Ed) :::e rec,iie?t vt uianv who have uot
vet heard this masterly composition?Overture to tbe
Stabat Mater cf Kc;sii:.. composed m ISfj at Naplc?,
to precede the performance cf that treat work,
by.Mercadant*
t Ana. "Schon eilet floh, item I be Seasons (the Spring)
Mr. PHILIP MAYER .Haydn
s. Pantorai Syrapho Air. uRi ica, Rejoice "-ReclL
"Andto! ibe Angel of the Lord"?from the Meaaiah,
Madam- ANNA BISHOP.Handel
* \n?, ?? Delia tritt sell rentiere," from II Bravo, sun*
by Signer No\ ELI.I.Mercadaate
\ Recit. '?? And 0.?! sam Ana, ?' With Verdure Clad.'
from the Crea lomsi ag . Mad. ANNA Hi SHOP. Handel
6. Thaiberjt'j Grand Fan tail* for the Piano, bv the eminent
OermanPtaniat, HERR ZOLLER.his aril appearance in
America.
7. Ballad. Mis. E DE LI CE
s Cavalina.Slgnor FRANCESCO BAII.INI.Verdi
9. Recit. "Care Corupagre." Cavattna "Come forme."
La Sonambuta, suug t.y Madame ANNA
BISHOP.Rossini
1, Grand Overture?La Garza Lxlra.Ro*slnl
2. Duetto " Da ijuel di"?Linda di Cnamouni ? Donizetti
Sung bv Ma.tame ANNA BISHOP ami Si?nor
FRANCISCO BAILINI.
X Aria?Cada del dglioil rsio,from Moses In Egypt Sung
bv Sinner NOVEtiLI.Ro**inl
Pharaoh.Tvitig or ike E n pi ans. upbraiding Mos.-s for en
deavoting to convert bis people
a. Dueili>? "Sull aria," Le Noxze dt Figaro.Mozart
Madam.' ANNA BISHOP and Mb* DE LUCE,
\ Fantasia on the violin bv tbal vouihftil and lalet ted violin?
ist, Siguotina LA\ INI A BANDINI.
t;. Hvain?Ave Marts.Shubert
' Sung in German by Madame ANN A BISHOP.
7. Duetto?Sung bySig. f BAILINI and Sig NQVELLI.
s. CniidiDi'a lavorue sacred song, "Gratias Aglmu*
tibi...*1.OuglteltBl
Sure by Madame ANNA BISHOP.
With Clarlnetto Obligate, by Mr. LIEBSCH.
9. Grand Coronation March, from
Me; erbau** last gram) composition,
THE PROPHF.ru
Tickets 50 cent* to all parts of the Ha.i. to be had at the
music stores, principal botet*, and at the Hail.
Scats can be secured in the Grand Tier onlv. without any
o\lra Charge, ai the Hall Only, the W bole of t'ltsday.
Performat:, es 10 begin at li o'clock, P.M.
Doors open at 12.
PROGRAMME
of ike Grand
EVENING PROMENADE CONCERT.
Extraordin?r\ selections, comprising?
HECTOR BERLIOZ'S eccentric and grandiose Over
tine to ?Ii imaginary Iragu- drama, railed by that celebrated
French poet musician, (the musical Byron of the age,) the
'? Frans Jures."
Felicien David's celebrated -Desert." (A selection.)
.Million's " Postillion Quadrilles."
Labt/ki's "Scotch Wahres " (Wim bagpipes.
Ardittl'SuCubalucendyCodtredance. (Fire! Flrei)
Siraus*'? " Caatogneite* Polka."
The American " M rncllo." the vouiM'ul violinist,
SIGNORINA BANDINI.
her lourlh appearance.
Madame ANNA BISHOP
will appear in Ibe course of the evening, and sing some
Favorite Ballads The beautiful Arab Song of the Night,
In Fehden David's great woik of the "Desert,"
ami, also,
A FANTASIA HiR FOUR ELI TES,
the principal Bute pirt vocalised by
Madame ANN A BISHOP
The third part of that exciting eutertatntnenl will consist
of the burlrique variations on tie "Carnival of Venice,"
performed by the (Uli hand
IN KAN fASTIC COSTUMES,
ami ofRomberg's famous "Children's Symphony," for
suckoon raiile?. penny trumpets, drums, lie. lie These
toy Instruments pei formed
IN CHARACTERS,
by the master' * " * ' *,
The wliole under the immediate diie.u jt) ol
Mr. BOCHSA.
Floor ami Par.pieite tickets. Including dancing, (a lady
and gentleman)50 cents; tirst and second, circle, stuglo
ticket (admtiting also on the Mo v,) ^ cents, To bo had at
the music stores, hotels, aud at the Hall.
Suparinleudentof the Dances, Mi Whale.
Duoigopenat 0 o'clock. d29 3t
f IPERA I; lass ks.?Just. o|??nod, i
V?i i,e of superior OPERA GLASSES. Also, a splendid
variety ot medium and low priced Opera OlaiSM, Also.
Opera Fan* In elegant variety, at TUTTLE'S Emporium
0 I European Fancy Goods, dl.'. Broadway, next door to
Hitchcock k LeadhuateC* dry good* esiablUhmenl.dJI 2w *
FjsANOHAM A OF TIIK PILQ?IM'S
Ja P R 00 it ESS - -Open avary AFTERNOON and
EVENING o in ins/ Holiday weak, commencing on Mon?
day, Dee. .a Doors upon at 2 in the afternoon, and at 7 In
Ihn evening. Exhibition* at S and at 7} o'clock d.'i di*
MASONIC NOTICE*?The M. \V.
GRAND LODGE of Urn M, A v H, P of FREE
?nd ACCEPTED MASONS ol luoSwte ol New-York,
will coinuienierale the i nh a ol the brethtw bltherlo un ier
Ilm jurisdiction o ST JOHN'S GRAND LODGE, with iho
Grand Lodge of this Sou-bv ? MASONIC CBLEBRA
'1 (ON on FRIDAY NEXT, the 27lh lost,
Tie Grand Lodge ? usietnl e at the Cl'y Hotel, 420
Broadway, atOoclock, A.M.when Grand Lodges from
oihfr Stales will be introduced,
A Procession will then bo formed, and rrioveat I? o'clock
up Broadway lo Trtpter Iiju;. where St. John's Grand
Lodgu will be received,
CEREMONIES IN THE HALL
An Oration. Addrftiso*, Instrunwniol Music nv four Mili?
tary Bands, vocal Music l>y an e(HelenI Choir,itc. ice.
After ihoexesdse* in the Hall areeoncludo.1. ihn orand
Ledge will re-form Hi order of procea*) in, W hen lli?)
UNITED Bit It EN
will fall into thtir r<>?pecilirt poflUona, and movn down
Broadway to the Park, up Pa'k row. ciiathsm-st. and the
How ery lo Union si, ,o I lion Broadway lo Trl[i!nr
Hull, where the Brethren will dine together al 5 o'clock
P M.
All Masons In good Handing are tnviled to parth ipale In
the ceremonies,
The Brethren are requested (o bd punctual In 'h"ir at
tendance at 0 o'clock A.M. dressed n dark clothe*, white
aprons and gloves. (Itticers in their approprialo Reiralla
The ventleinen of the press will please report to Brother
James Neary, in tie eromenado saloon. "Tt
Ladle* and Gentlemen who are provided with ticket*
will be admitted at II o'clock AM tq boili tiers of bo tea.
By order or WM. H. MI LNOR, Orarnl Master.
.Ia.mks W, Powell, M.D. Grand Secretary
Dinner tickst* can br, procured front Geo H Marshal),
.' Bowery; Dr Powell,cornel of Warrenvat and BroaiL
v. av.'andat the Grand Secretary's office, City HoteL 4S8
Broadway djfl 2ll??
MASONIC NOTICE.?The Members
of INDEPENDENT ROYAL ARCH LODGES, No.
2, are requested to be puneiual la their aoeridajicn at their
Lo e Rotim, Citv Hotel, l.i Broadway, on FRIDAY
MORNING next, ibe slih inst at :l o'cloek. to unite in lha
Great Masonic Union Celebr lion
By Direction of JAMES W. POWELL, Master.
Chas. 8. HOLV, Secretary. d2*) 2t*
iliw?mi.i?nMii,ni?naisis?issi?ii??iiiiiiiii n urn - ?'
FOR TIIK HOLIDAYS.
oor nk\v-vi;aii.-u'kddin(;ia
JL \ ISITING CARDS, beautifully printed, equal to en?
graving, at BAKER, GODWIN k CO.'S Steam Job
Printing Establishment,TRIBUNE BUILDINGS,
Pr.nilng of every de^leriptlon, (.ail and lot specimens,
and Judge for yourselves.
All work delivered at the Ujne promised. Prices low
Satisfaction gnaranteed.
Civil and c?urteous treatment to ail.
BAKER, GODWIN it CO Printers,
Comer of Nassau and Spruce
d22eod Entrance No 1 Sprucc-st
T.
webb's fancy bakery, 105
iced and ornamented in every style. Orders received and
punctually sttended lo; p>irt.ea aupplied with ice creami
jellie?, pyramid.<, pound, sponge, lady linger-:, coeoanut
drops, arni all kinds of confectionery for the coming New.
Year. d/iSUs*
Holiday PRESENTS.?just rk
CEIVEDa ?plendid assortment of gentlemen'* fur?
nishing good*, viz: cravats, scarfs, suspenders, glove*,
ir.on.ing robes, porte-monnoie*,Card cases, and a great var?
iety of other article* suitable for the present (s) season, al
J. AGATE'S, 207 Broadway, corner_Park-place. d2?7i
ORNAMENTED PLUM CAKE foil
vJtHE HOLIDA VS.?Mrs WOOD, W Orand ?I would
most respectfully inform her customer* and the public, that
she Is now ready to supply them wltn the cboicc*t (.ike for
? ll .;..lavs, compris.i.g Pliiio, Pound. P;ai i. Citron, Al
n.ord. iCu'rrar.L R?tsln, Coc-jannt, Washington, Lady.
Spenge, and all ether csreroilf icfd an-, ornaaaented.
Orders to furnish Holiday, Wedding, and OthOT Partie?,
thaiikfclly received ard promptly attended 0,. (JM'-rs sant
lo ail p?rts of the city free._d24?JIA
rWCKLED oysters for new
X YEAR'DAYj pickled In the very beat manner and ol
a superior quaiiiy. Persocs wishing shouM leave their or?
ders r a. iv. a? li e .nr. : . .creases a* the holiday* *p
nruacii. Oysters sent to any pan of this ciiv or Brooklyn
fiteofexpense. A. at. P DORLON,
d24 of_ ll^and i2F(Ot<?? Miael.
f hristmas and new- year
vypRESENTS.?Al I SLATER S Bookstore,*M Chai
baavssmare, (r.ear ihe Bowery) may ,m obuin?! i(w rno*r
.- en* e s.sosfmeni of B.-.k. Siadoeery *m Kaney Ar
??- e?. sutlab'*
BB1NS a: co. 2C4 RnmrJway?(;a?J
tteniion of tl:?-tr rri<mds and Ibe pub'ic to ih?Ir a*,
of WATt 111.-. DIAMONDS and jewV ?>*{
detcriptlnn. Also SILVER and plated iVire
variety ol *gte?M Mttern, snitabie for trie Holt!
I they l Wei f-.r sale on a* reasorr.Me t*rm* aa
:rrr,,r.;eliewherein!hee:y. ,U\nV*

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