-The first oí a series of hops UDder the auspices oí the Young Mens Cotillion Club, will take placo at Hangjlerfer's Hall this, Friday, erening- The managers will use every exertion to maka this a season of pleasure to all wh0 attend. Thoso who have attended their parties in times past will not fail to be present on this occasion. The music will be furnished by Gwixïjrs' Brass and String Band. IThe veritable P. T. Barnum, the father of more hurabugs than any other man in America, lectured before the gtudents' Lecture Association.in Union Scbool Hall, on Thursday evening oí ls,t week. His subject was " Money Getling," and the lecture we underitnd gave real satisfaction to a large Md intelligent audience. Barnum goes o for Printer's ink, and we go in for J3arnum. Gen. Tom Thümb, and his fairy little wiie, with the fairy little wife's sister, Elfiu AIixnie Warren, and Commodore Nütt, are announced to give fliree lavees in Hangsterier's Hall, on Friday next, Nov. 20th. Four grown up, perfect physical specimens of humaoity, and not a 100 lbe. The Generai's popuiarity has never been "under adoud," and the crowds that he has lwavs drawn to his fashionable levees will be greatly increased now that he is accompanied by his staff. See card in BDOther column. j" Wü have received Part XXXVII of the Kebelhon Record. It contains steel portraits of Maj. Gen. Grant and th rebel Gen. Ewell. The contenta are entirely documentary and cover April and May, 1863, in which period occurred the battle oí Chancslterville and other very important mo-vements. The Record is a very lull ollection of documenta, official and undficial, in fact a complote record of transpiring events. Fifly cents each monthly part. Cuas. T. Evans, General Agent, 448 Broadway, N. Y. tyThe Oct. No. of the Westminster Review has the following papers : The French Conquest of Mexico; Ratnola ; Miníeles; .Servinus on Shakespeare; Th Treaty of Vienna - Poland; Wit and Humor ; The Critical Character; Victor Hugo ; Mackay's Tubingen School and Contemporary Literature. Leosard, Scoti & Co., 38 Walker Street, N. Y., American Publisbers. L3T We have received the November number of that excellent monthly the Ladict' Jteposüory, replete with interest ia all its departmeuts, and while it interests, instructing and refinning. $2.50 year. Address Poe & Hiichcock, Ciacinnati, Ohio.