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NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE.
VOL. X?....NO._90TT_ SEW-YORK, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1861. PRICE TWO CENTS. -ZkwIy?rk tribune f ?v?? "?n ??.-iMirfr? ?'.* awpiaAa. v ?"?.J^^r, Fee Dollers per ammm. -? ?*ot>?rf* ^" ~ . ?.en'f-r six m.ulhs Kor ihr?? "J^llAO T'lrr* I? ? , n-llv Papers re? -atrri *un ( 1 * j'' 1 ..?rTre higher thanthoseuf 5*3v'i'''ft'" W - ? ? rttsUtH. Ka.aah-ra. ^PKCtAL NOTIONS --Trk,,....^..'ai ??S? 5?SS%51Sx!S UrlrV*- "' ' ' * yiy^V Jiv'r NINO. *i'U'U>i l^gJMpn ria'*.on "^.v**- ???> con^hjce *i?ipttbiio -ji>* 'Off. *?^aai"0satlisi1iill 12* cent*: Li BBilMiaturna. A*mlsr_o_ iw _T2t* ?"**?VfT ?r? A*fWhV WILLIAM LOUN^ i " ?i*A?-Y CaTE MILLS both or t:ii. C.ty. ?* -_._.-__:~-.;.._?rT~s7t Onao LsXge 6T The ??IVT*V",,.,)Uwii?l to inert at the Loo?-. ^ , i ?i?* ?l a'lendibg ibe lurerai oi oar lau L_a__, lier./w < . Mm rerun'ns will boconveyed ' 'flfeESWry for "^gA?^ &0, rs^rTd Aeeaelatioa -A regular we-.tiu* I ii ' i i ,m ? t ?' o Ci>. : i; 'SSfSSrlT- 3vv?i<,i' .7. at 7i A Ml afar w ante ol a'- mwu* .? JbOrC ?UO 0 ultMJ' i*"J pur. a i farYWR-Sacrt-iarj-._.***__. ?* . byw^tuomas ED?EaL.,0.1. [^p^^I^#B.-Tho*e who desire to ar Kpewloot Horn rfead fr*e fr..m tbe i*;??ny tnbute toaespoic UauLord., m tlio midst oi a , blare are innied t. attend a meeting of ihe In fHoie. Aaaoc'atwn No. Z at IJ7<ir?rm at. (Baaer* M?S) at & o'clock. Ttu? Aaeoduion is organ Mb- purpose of purcna?uig the ground lor a village lot in order that tie several members may secure r, lv## the rfUl increase u< \a.ue winch uwcettaariiy -ftoiu thervn?entia!iou of naail.from an) 'o.-i ? li bera art. adniiued aa rlaiiuauu tor one acre, pay Itrkly Ualaiiirijl of t??o aoiuiraior. (br one havf id?iar; tr. for oue quii'U-r ajio. u.t> weuu, lo >?? 1 ruid the cvai of lie ,aud ahall h%-e U.vn paid in. K A BAILEY, Proaideot .tperutlvr l.ahor League hon I their reg. BgiT.n THL'RSDAY* KVKNINU"?, a"t Henry . (Tatfceime ai 7J o'clock Membera will rec.ito itmlt on a i purchases now due. Beats free to or such as desir.- to I ecome acquam.cd with i and plan ot operauou. i'early lee io cents. By ord^r of the Bond. Ml* It* ? Treaaarer at" the Flro Uepiirtineut I acknowleCgee tho reoeip*. of Tliiuy-three Huu tony 88-ltV Dodaus, by too Kanda of btenrv A. q, being the n?t proceeds of the 22d Annual Ball, the Asior place Optra Uouao. Jan. 27, 1851, in aid Charitable t und of ine Department JUAN S. U1LE3, Treasurer. Haw York, Keb. "A lKL_261 U flA ( ou,pl>te i'opy of " Nile?> K*?ietar far l?Hhr.-A copy ol iMLfc.S S NaFIoNALi KLGi v IM-ih.' Ii,,?', ai rurato and valuable history of the si ir ugatrtiatroa 1811 to IbS8,?Is olfe.ed for saiebyagea ..ajae ?iwro rereut miafoituue compels, to part with k. it IS in iif.y-oue vutumrs, neatly and uniformly bound in Bflfka ka uil covt-i a, and is new aud per.ect in e?ery jUaja aiM tasojiiy ton tot knvtmlo o\ jot ?ai>, and ? uibssabl < ?? I ra/.j applieaiaUSI UO matde. Leiters ad .'riaesrl jo B B. Box No. l.Sa?, Ciacuii aii V. O. will re '????^^awxr?.. _*MW ?l?eajl-S?rtiee. SSeaa-V ort?. N he Mail? b Mai' Steamer UHIO, will Close a', tfiuoktco on jhtSOAY, th- ^tli mat.. at^PM Letiern for Ha ? thaiires *M Panama, must be prepaid per Ovo hl WILLIAM V BRADY, f M ' Mavoa's OmcE.New York, Fob. 19. 1H5I. *?T Nolle a.-Notice is beit by viven iliat all persuus mw re^une 10 be vacciualed, will be attended to promptly MSf>t' i< atlon at et.ber of l .e Dispensaries, wbtro phyai dsaa ai >? constanUy II atlendance; and u is recoiuiueuued thai ah wbo have not been vacctnaled, SDou d a.'ail tbe.n saivea luiuinoiaiely of ibe onpoi luuliy thus otTered without sAfcge. The Ne*-York Ditpobsary Is located at tho cor sarutCeuier and Wh'te als; the Eastern Dis^nsary in Lud.uw at in ibe rear of Easex Market; the Northern Dlspenaar) al the junction of Waverls place aud Ciinslo aherst. j A f t,i| A. C KINi/SLAMD, Mayor. OT Ustliy, lie Hle?alaaa."-Netiee.-Tne uoersigrrd having sassa aa KlnaHcirr and auO-Ma'isger 10 at TaJio.a' I ooperative Union, I >l Nassiii-St has resigned vtct; has also rendered a. curale accounis of t ie Dasinea* a who? krreby Uwiaies bimseif freed fioin any furUier rsaifrliob. an, nrpsrl w iui aaid ( iiion. Ssw-Yers, leb. U ILLI AM ORANGER. CT Aaather .^i-lenlltlc IVamler ! -Important IS D)apepili-e !-Dr HolOrllUN S PllfMN. me las Ui,railve Fluid, or Oasinc Juice, a Oreat Dyspep? sia Cam, pitpareo from Heuuei, <? tue Fourth St jmacli of BaOa.alurflliecl'oso ol Baron Lienlg, ihe great Physio Uta! tbriuisl, tv J S Hougblou, M. D. Ptmadeipma. Pa. TSt'sslruly wonderfu. remedy I >r INDIOESTlOM, M?PI I'M*. JAL NlilCfl, LIVKR COMI'La N t, Cl)N FTil'AllUN, aid DEBILITY, curing aller SATUUI OWbilEIHOD ny NATURE SUA'N AOENT.thoOAS Tllt Jl'ICE Pam >hlete, conlalulng S-ieiilibc evidence (S listaiue. furnahed by agents gratis See n ?eaIMI assieaical adveiu.emeni*. NEW-YORK Or r ILE. oo Utstardai a few doora Irom Broadway. 221 .w W AM S, aVl'. KUOMS WANTlvD?By two Gentle aaa. A room neatly firms Led. without meals, in the s)?ti sail of ibe clly. Address box 2,bo.l, Poal Otlice *^ * 2>f2l* HOOSE WANTED?A Neat two stury Bouse In a good neighborhood, by a smell fam lij ?m>m ebneren. East of Bowery preferred Address "CHkBLEB," Tribune ortice, giving full parucuiara^ PAKT OF a*J HOUSE WANTED^ w nk BOARD, in Bi.H.S.\n. In a private respectable *s?ky, by a Oeadeiuau, hia Wile and two children. Toe l^aiul lefervree given and required. Address lower Poal Ds*r, box Poo, Mew-YorS. 26f 3l* SJTUKK W?NTED-ln Wail s?., be sJiw.eii BroaO *av and Nassau sis , or in Broad way be tessa Fulton and Wad-sta. Apply at EVERDELLS, tsgrartr. S02 Broadway, cor ot Duane-aL (M lw W~AN TED TO HIKE, for a imall fam By. from the first of May, the lower pan or upper Tkrta&a from basement ot a gen eel luuse in the central SkTtiil ibe city. Address '? Hsnrv," at the Tribune Omce, Sbttsf iiK-atlon. rooms, and terms. 26f&eod* XL ANTED?Ou the 1st of May, part of * v a 11..use, pleasantly situated In Brooklyn, within ten ?Jniites' ? aik oi the Kuiion or the South Kerry, to consul atiau paikus oo the bist Soor, part of the baaemeut and asurteochambers in ibe?<?coud or Ihl.d siory, by the Krtrcwei, (m bm sei i and wi.'e. a good tenant may bis had lyjwssasalag C.CJ at Ibis ofl.ee. T24 St* Wanted in Brooklyn ? On IVtSkloo, Fulton, or Atlaniic sta, rooms suitable lor J?!10** A1?? Soaid for a Ovnileman and Lady. Ad ***? A. E. B , at uua orbee aj 2bf 3t? \\ ANTED?Titles to IlUaoia tnd Mia ^ . ***rt bods, granied to soldiers of the war of 1812, racrSliad forTaxea Apply or ad drees, giving num iRl e ;*' P > ,U'K* ^^?"-ai..former.yM Myera W AN I k"i>?To hire a Coal Yard, or ?-??r*',"'d,"r* v?<antLoia, in a good location, lor a jaar? iur a yaid, or would be wiling to connect ."??ssa* pmon alieady established that wants more ?y Adcrtas. Tribune Orb;e. to B W. 2bf 4f BOARD WANTED from the IsT?f ?ay next witlua leenty minutes' walk of the Citr ?JAks a isji.ny eonsiatinf of two Ladies and uae Oejkls> 5jiddrer* D w. C. s Tribun* omce. Reference, i^??i_ isj JJDAKD WANTED UP TOW.N ?ksv:?aiod!!^-''':" * (frnte?1 '"Vi or Bovding. Aa!^^!!^ ?s?? wrjuld be glad U> gi?e ?estt? cfrrT^K0' ^ .Krcric}\ Langaago. (which soe RM<<7)Li 'fc*?1 l**.n ??wanal la Paris.) In part ^bsLare. *OM*L AJUrwM L B. Poat-orfi^. * ~ _ 2fif lit* gOAKI) WANTED?Tbc Advertiser K fa* H a^ctlk>A*D*w self and Family,tn a gtsntsel house. Sat HtmwaTo kLt?HmL'wiU 60 retiuirrd Reference given >?? u A::r<Ht L K / iSAsoSAta BM 11" Wi?J^-~^^~^r ? Oentleman ?arakair^S Eighteenth and Twenty ?Aaaall I ?loadway and Eighth-av , or a suite of ui. >N 2" ?Khout board. Reference given and re. ^-^L****? t. 0 , .his office. 8Af isja persons having Or bba^fHaif^rphan (ilRJLS, between the age of five lAttaA^raJ.,* wu* to obtain Board for them in a rea? t?aa?fA?I3r Parental attenUoa will be beatowed *AFaa*?***y hear of a situation bv addressing a note to %'??1v? Po,t Oihc*. Chatham Square Reier %salailVwJ*l^"ursst Pubhc and Privat? Schools in - vtc^nty. glf lw* Bt B Enquire at No IS IKf It* i ANTED?In a Lawyer s < Hi .^?hai can wrlu, a good hand. Enquire at ? ??_ _ BS ""^b.V rBa*-?ll bia Crairrs la rat the A.enra ?t u.n,, . ^k_?_?D""An intel,i*ent and active I Ir^mZit^l^ > ""Jf aopreotice U, ''?S_r.. 4m? who has r-ct.iv*.! ? ,i ,e *"^?sefav iLV? u?J?HM MArrdEWi. ??si^v. iadTatLt> A_Oi su, N. Y. jot , YVoVf f.f?E88 WANTED?In a t>n qu.lTed 10 u mat every rennm-.? of a aupen.?? education, Kfei oh m I - indi-penteh a Addr< as F. m . 3?.eor0eT V er Irk ard Be?ehalt., St J ?hn'a Square. Mr 11 Vl/'antkd?35.DUO on Hn^d ami j .rt 1 f ^tg?., a; i p-r ce t i.er ?nia<r>, for a terra of ye?.r?, oe fi-et -ale productive Proper v tn thediv of Br^k'/a None'ui pel..c(p*>a r.?*>d eppiv'. Bondtmen firet le?et Ru (jttlreofE L 8MITH, 156 Watcr-Ht, N Y isflw" VV^ANTKf)?Families in want it ftncA f ? help for city or country, well recommend *d and reliable for ai: stations, can obtain auch at the office, 2(0 (irand at. near the Buwery, ? her j none but those of g >oU more' character, anl whom I believe to *.e itrlcrJy hori<-*t and temperate, are allowed to remain. l watts! 2Sf It* YM^ANTED?Agents in all parts of the " ? Darted ?tatet, to aeil TURNER'S Sartaparllia. and vb'Ious kloda of S^mps. In which competent peraaaM may make froui #i'<i to #*0 per month It wt l lw? required that each Agent bat a eath rapttal of fad or ii.WO, alto, teem he. All app'icalloria made no*' Paid, will reca'veour Immer late attention. Addreaa TURNER broth ?'.RS. Boir . n y. a.r uw* II/'a NTED?A neat ami levity j.>l> C -m y ? posiior. One who cau come we.l recomrnanded, i? ateady, and capable of tat tug charge of a tmill othce in the city. tU* per week and reed? employment goarau tfed to one pottetting 'he ab' ee tpiiltieatione. Appiy to Ml v WELLS & WEBS, 18 Dutch-it, W?NTEEr^^ From ?WO to $I,2SA a vear can be made by s-ilMng the Rew Family Manual. Call, or address. post-p*.ld, " Arne?. rlcan Faninjr 1'ubiicailja Rtlabliahiuent. 128 Ntaaaii-tt. H. Y , ftl floor" I ' 1m* \Y'7XNTED--A Paper Engineer? N vv lutaeon pttenthand need apply. H. V. BUTLER A CO, 80 John sr. f219t* 'po TAILORS.?Wanted, a y^ing man ?. of good addreaa, who would like to engage htinte f (for a ima'i remuneration) for one year, to learu locut. H*? wtl. have daily practice on custom work, onlv to make b'tn a' 'be end of that time aa good aa the beau Add reu F. C, i c ??: tli't paper, ttslln ? i- ? fence. l'*f It A" PK IN ( I PAL WANTED?To tak*j aSe'ect School in a viltBre about 20 mllet from the c;ty. at.d oflVrt good inducementi to an enterprlt'ng Teach er,a Meihodiat pref. rr?-d. Apply, past paid, or personally to the L' S. School Agency. Broadway. E.H. 'VIL COX Proprleior. 36fjtt* A~N_ACTIVEToL'NO man of Busi nett habits, waott a situation at Assistant Boofc keeper or General Cle k In any reei>e,-m)ile HautillthTHtnt. having lived over four yeara with one firm Can give rnott respectable rltv reference! Salary will make no object a note addreated W p s . 110 Lower Pott office, or ai the Tribune athce, will meet with attention. 2"f 2t* AFORTUNE IN A NUTSHELL.? Wanted, a tllent (or active) partner in a huiineii al? ready tttahliihed. Theproatici* of the factory (situated Id one of the tubnrbt) command the market and yield large profitt a ttmilar etublltbmaot In Europe hat main the fortune of the proprietor In lett than teveo yeart! Capi? tal required, from *],(>oo to $1,500. However, almott anv amount can be uaed to " tocredibie'' advantage. Ad Irets. with real Lame only, ?' DEFIANCE," thta ottice, for three day._25f 3t*e ARESPECTABLE YOUNG mTN and hit WIFE, want tltuaiiooa. the man at thorough Indoor tervanl. aud the woman a* teHtna'.retN or nurta, bv gather or separate. No objection to town or country Can both be well recommended Addrett L. m. H.,4loaMxd> iivenue, above Twenty -fifth-et. 2df St* AMiddle-aged American Woman want atituarlon at Cook In a rea?ectabie faitiiiy | wining to saeitt in tbe waahiog and itontng. Oood citv references eat be given at to character and capability from her ? l'la-e Call at 19 81itb-av. ?ntrance at the left hand tide ? f the tlHkery. Can be teen betweea the hours of I" and for iwo dayt. 26f It* AS Good Cook, and to assist in Wash? ing and Ironlog. and atCham'termsld and Pli'uSew. er. I", two retpeciable young women, who will make t raiaelvtt natorallj useful Both have good city refer? ences. Apply at 71 Seventh-tt, between First and Second ave. 26fli* AS Good Plain Cook, is an excellent Washer ar.d Ironer. and at Chambermaid ami Mue washing and Ironing or Walling, in the city or country, by two retpectahle young women. Bent of refereoco give i i ease apply at No. 40 Wett Thirleeoib-iL, on tbe ground tloor. _g 2f AS CHAMUtVMAIO and Waitrkss, by a reapeciable young woman, or would have no objec? tion to de geneiai boutework for a tmall private family ? (Jood rlly reference can be given. Cau be teen lor three days at l&l Tweutv firal-at. near Nioth-av. 2t>! It* AS FlBST Waitrkss, by a respectable Oiri. would attltt in the cbamborwork, or the washing and ironing Waget Is not to mach of an object aa a re'n ar ent home. Ocod city reference at to character and capability. Call at 13 Doyer s;. Can be scan lor 3 dayt. * AS Bkamstkksi and Chambermaid, or as Wuure.t and Chanl>ermald, by a retpectahle Pro leaiatil j uung woman. She understands cutting and tilting ihildreLs cot bet Best of city reference. Pieaae etil at 8 Ki si-hv.. between Firtt and Second tit. ?bf It AS (i'ood Plain Cook, Good Washer 2. Wai d Irooer, or do Housework in general in tome ttnall ten ei table private famliy where the can enjoy tbe com font of a borne, by a clean, tidy Protettaut wouian, who un? derstands ber business Tbe best of reference if required. Please call at 8 Mauiton-sl near i'earl. Ml It AS Chambermaid and Waiter, by a neat Ameilran girl, 17 yeara old She bat done get era! boutework. She btt the very bet of reference from her last place; hat been brought up in a gentleman's faintly.? Apply el i<3 Maln-tt Brooklyn, two doors from PuKou-st Can be teen for a week. 2bfli* AS Cook, by a respectable Young Wo Ml who understands all kinds of American p'roklnu aid baking Is willing tc aatlai in waahiog and ItWaoafM required. The beat of city reference can be given Please Ctul at No. Ill Ellzabetb-tt. In the tmall private h msj be iw een 1'rinre and Houston. Can be teen for two dayt. 2.' IM A AS Gardener, by a sober and industri? ous middle aged man. The Advertiser can prodoea ? be higbett testimonials from ihe Gentlemen be lael served a tote addressed to GARDENER, at 17 State v. I bos - of Clmton-it.. Buokl)n, at my pretent employer-. ?... meet wl b attention AS Chambermaid and Seamstress, by a reepectable Protestant girl, In a retpectahle Uui 'y Hat good ciiy referetce. Please to call at No. 7 Franklin* tt 2bf It* AS Cook or to do General Housework, by a retpeciable Young Woman. It a firtt rate Watb er and Ironer. The best of city reference can be given Pleate to inquire at 111 Varick tt, up ttairt. front room AS Chamhekmaid, by an American Pro? testant girl, or to do sewlni and take care of children. Hat peod city reference. Apply at 117 Avenue C. 2d floor, near Eighth-at Can be seen r^r two dayt. 2t3f It* AS General Housemaid, is a good plain Cook and good Waahw and Ironer. Hat no ob? jection to go a thort dtt'anre Into tbe country. Hat good lefeitace Apply at 117 Avenue C, near Eighth it, '2d tloor. Can be tren for two dayt. 26f It* S Good Plain Cook Washer ami .Ironer, or at General Houtework, by a retpectahle woman. In a en,a 1 family. Can be seen for two dayt at 517 Houeton it-_26f If AS Cook, and to help as Washer and Ironer, in a private family, by a very experienced mid? dle tied woman, wlih excellent dty reference. Call for two dtj t. at 74 Sikth-av , In the book tiore. aif,!'* AS Chambermaid and Waiter, And 'to do Waahing and Chamber work or General Houte? v, < rk. by two r?-sj.eetab e glrla Beat of city reference. Io <,u;te a. 221 Madisoc it _Ml ll* AS ( 'iioii'.UMAiii or Ciei cral Hou--' n aid by a wall recommended, lidy girl. It a good Waeler and Ironer and experienced In Chamber wort, w. u.u make herself generally useful. Please call at 223 b. wet>, lor two dayt. 261 ll* AS Seamstress, by a competent per ton Can cut ar.d fit children'! clothet and alto under t atdt dreei-miklog. Pleate call at 168 Etat Foureenth ti.. at ber situation, for two.daya The beat of city reference can be given. 2hf It* AS Nurse and Seamstress or Chamber? maid, by a retrecuble young woman. A aituatloa at Nurte preferred Tbe beet of city reference given. Pieaae 11 at >v>2 Broadway, where the > at pretest employed. Can ?.e teen for three dayt. 36fli* AS General Hod9emaid, by a very re tpeciahlo. tidy girl. She la a 6rat rate Washer and Ironer. and good Cook. Hat tbe beat recommeidanont frviq^er laat employer!, woald make herself uaefui and go for moderste waget. Pieaae call ai 550 Broadway. * AS Qot d CtioK, Washer and Ironer, by a retpecttbie young woman, or would do Qeoeral Housewora. Tbe beat of reference given Please call to ?I Kate? tt lor m R1LEY. 26 3t* AS Chambermaid and Waitress, or as child's Nuree, by a retpectahle Protettant girl, willllng I" make heraolf uaefui to ber employer. No oVect'on to go to Brooklyn. Good city reference Pleate apply at No. 4 Atnoe-at. near the Stxth-av. Can be teen for two dava if not engaged. 2bf it* AS Attendant upon a Lady or Fami lv about to proceed to England, by a very reapec able aid Intelligent perton. The moat respectable reference wll.te riven. Apply perton ally, or by let.er addrenaed EMILY, 2<$ W'eittllaiofithatmiherea/.betweea Eighth atdMiutfa-ava. ?fu I WANTED-A Partner in a buvness ? ? last ea?ablU-rat, a fc_r? a small c a ad led wool i make it exceedingly p-ofitaVe A p-raon eorn-whai ar> oiisln'ed w t h active business would be preferred Ad? dress SCANDINAVIA, at thisoffire. Wit* W~ ANTED. - A PARTNER in a man n.ar'uring business, with s)MI Thta ta a chance hr an enterprising man to realize several thouian'ti per an? num. Address, with real name, "MACHINE," Tribune office. 26f u* SALF_SM?N~~WANTED -Well te qualnted with ibe city Ret-ill Dry Goods Trade Alao one acquainted with Lace Goods and Hosiery. Address J. B , at the Tribune office. 2bf 2i* SITUATIONS WANTED?Fur xcel lent Servant*.Protestant and Catholic, for city and coun? try .as Cooks, bousewoik girls. Laundresses,Seamstresses. Waitresses. Nurse*. Chambermaids, he he. Also for men as Farmers, Coachman. Waiters. Ac. Boys for storna. fcc N. V Employment Office, No. 47? Broadway. T. P SAUN DERS WANTED?This Morning, a man as Journeyman Tal lor._ 2hf if WANTED?To an Enterprising man the Advertiser offers a Business in the city and State of New-York, requiring an investment of only $?>"" cash capital, which is a safr, permanent, and In every particular a desirable occupation. To a Carpenter not having healtb to pursue his trade the opportunity is particularly desira? ble The article to be dealt Is of well tea ed merit, and will yield a handsome return. Any one desirous of purchasing can have further pardculars and tee samples of the anicie by calling at No. it Cortland-tt. lit 'it* \,?a/ANTED^Xt ll4 Nassau-st. (base ? ? ment.)? Employment Is speedily obtained forClerks, Salesmen, Porters, Sefiool Teachers. Bar-keepers, Waiters. Coachmen, Boys to learn respectable trades. Rules and regulations lobe seen in the office, which are strictly ob seivni Employer's fee$1 per year. Applicants inclosing ?1. free of postage, stating the description of employment require., can t>e suited. [26flt*| TH03 SPINK. Agent. \\f ANTED?Situations for some exrel ? * tent Protestant Cooks. Chambermaids, Wallers, Sir., at 432 Hudson si, Protective Protestant Office. N B Tots Is the only reliable Protestant Agency In the city, where on? ly worihy servants are ever admitted 2kf 3t* \\/ ANTED? EMPLOYMENT FOR v v h large number of Men, Women, Boys and Olrls. at the Eui'grani Inieli.ence Office. 2.S and 27 Canal at in-ar Broadway ) This office isundertlie diree'ion of the Com? missioners of Emigration. Applications by employers 'or emigrant laborers, and families wishing to obtain servants of euber sex will be promptly attended to. Contractors cab be constantly supplied wiih Laborers. Mechanics can tie furnished with Boys of all ages desirous of learning trades. Parsons irsiding at a distaneecan have people of the above disruptions sent to their address, by forwarding tbe amount necessary to pay the cost of their conveyance to their residences. "" No charge Is made to Emigrants or Employers " lSf if \\f ANTED.?Situations for smart, tidy, V SJ sober, honest and canable Protestant SF.RVANf.S, Cocks, Oeneral Workers, Chambermaids, Seamstresses, Nurses, Waitresses. Waiters. Coachmen, Gardeners. Bovs, ks_ at the SELECT PROTESTANT EMPLOYMENT AGENCY," Carmlne-st., between Meeker and Sixtb-av. N. B As mistakes, to the prejudice of ibis Agency, have occurred through the advertisements of a man tn Hudson sl, who opened a place there last Spring, ar.d whose busi? ness was principally confined tn a few mean broking Cath? olic servants, but wbo within a few weeks, has pretended to conduct bis business on the same principle as the Agency 7 Carmlne-st.; therefore, the public are notified that ifc;- Agencv is In no manner connected with that, or responsible for itr-doings D. M. ELMORE. Agent. 26f4t_ Uf ANTED.?For a Lad l?years of age, active, Intelligent and writes a good hand, a ,.??> . nent situation in a wholesale mercantile establishment Ad? dress "A.'* Tribune office. 2tif 3l* A N T A LOON HANDS WANTED^ At 2.5 Deiancey-st., front room, 2d floor. Apply before 12at noon. 25f 3i* ANTED ? A colored Chambermaid, who can come well recommended. Apply at No. 19 Wooster.st._26f It* INFORMATION WANTED ? From I the passengers who came in the brig R W. BROWN, from San Francisco to Panama, left San Francisco on tbe 21stJuiy. l?-5*?, concerning CH AS. H. SANDFORD, who is supposed to have taken passsge on the brig, and has not he>eu heard from since. Age 24 years. Names of passen? gers, W. C. Dcdge, E Ml Brury, Sylvester Nuy, Henry aiooghton. JAS B. CREAMER. Master. Any informa? tion cninmunlrated to W. JARINE. at Brown It Tasker's, reiner of John and William-st6 , New-York, will be .rate* fully received by his friends. f24 3ttsD_ltW* WM. J. FULGER is riM|uestrd to call at No. I Gold st. S. SHAKE. Sf'flw* Ornamental Patnter. PINE WOOD WANTED for ROAD I'SE ?Pror*f sals will be received at the office of the Hudson River Railroad Company, 54 Wall-st. until the Klh day of March next for tlie supply ot Eight Tu?u safld Cords of lirst qualify Virginia Piue, to lie defivred at the following place? and'in quantities as follows i At Alsasry.ISM Cords. " Hudson.soon '? Rlinebec*.2W0 ? Total.NM The woixl mutt be of a uniform length, not txc*e<lin^ 4 feet arid will be measured and paid for by the solid BSrs), and tbe dellverv at Albany and Hudson must eom'Rence tn the mocth 1 f Mav, and at Rlnnebeck in the month of July, and be male to the extent of five hundred cords per nun;!) at each place, and the whole deliverv must be completed on or In-fore the I5tli day (>r November next Parties will b? required 10 enter into written contracts and to give security for their faithful performance EDWARD JONES, V Pre.'t Dated New-York, Februarv 17, 1851. lsf tmhIO P YY YY SCHOOLS. IN ANTS BOARDING SCHOOL FOR B0Y8, at Little Ferry, nine miles from Hobo hen. N. J. under the direction of A. B. WIN ANT and LADY.?This school Is designed for young lads. All the present members of it are under twelve years of ag?, and none will he received who are older. The number of pu? pils is limited 10 twenty Terms, Sl"0 per year Fare, be stage 37J cents. For circulars, please apply to Mr. W THl'RMAN, comer Canal and Vestry us or Mr E. P. ROBINSON, 54 Pine-st. New-York._24f 2m? 1 [ sTsCHOOLXgENCY, -93 broTd w_ e WAY.for all Educational orders. Capital furnished by patrons Teat tiers and employers are ser.ad according lo amount deposited, one per cent on one years'compen? sation, including board, secured by a transferable ch-ck, belter than money for all negotiations Merchandize pro? cured (or 5 to 10 percent above cost. Agents wanted. Ap? ply early, post-paid. References ex changed Correspond? ence throughout tbe U-ion. Established 1847. 26f3t* E. H. WILCOX, Propri etor. SCHOOL TO LET?45 Market-st, ? Academical Institute, the Desks, Chairs, Cbemtral Fix tures, Minerals. Books. Glass Cases, _e. _c for ta e In qutrenf |_nf Steod* | S A E W1LLETS. 113 Water-at, INSTITUTION FOR PAINTING and DRAWING, 495 Broacway ? The lubacriber respect? fully aabounces to his irtends and the public that be Intends giving a new course of lessons at his Drawing Academy; a'so an evening course from 7 till 9 o'clock. Separate elats for ladles. The Satarday class.exciasively for ??male teach? ers, will tie continued. Specimens of my own and my pupils' work can be seen at my studio. a SCHl'SITER, 21 f lw* Professor ol Drawing and Paiuling. BOARDl-VG. BOARDING.?Two single gentlemen can be accommodated with pleasant rooms, wilh break? fast and lea. in a private family tu Sooth Brooklyn, wiibin three minutes' walk from the 8outh Ferry, by applying at ? Siaie-st. Brooklyn. 2of 3t* BOARD IN BIvTxjKLYN.?A tine second-story front room is now vacant in a quiet loca? tion, near the South Ferry. Apply at 10 Willow-place. References exchanged. 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MRS ?BORO! LODER. MIM MARY TAYLOR, (By permission of John Brougham, Esq.) MR. ARTHIRBON, MR H VV OREATOREX, MR. H. SWIFT. MR. STEPHEN LEACH. MR PHILIP MAYER INSTRUMENTAL. MISS WVATT. HarptaL 'Her hrsi appearance in New-York ) MAL RICK STRAKtiaCH PtanUL RICKAKD HOFFMAN. PianUt. WILLIAM A KINO. PkjntsL tiENRY C. TIMM, Panlst MISKA H A USE It, Violinist HERR GRIEBEL. Violinist. MR. EHEN, Flutist. CHORAL SOCIETIES New-York Harraor ic Society ? The Herman Lieder Krens. THRF.F. MILITARY BANDS, DOUWoRTH'S, SHKI.TOM'S Bnd ADK IMS A OllAND MONSTER ORCHESTRA, The largest ever yet collected together In New York. Com? poser; of a I the Instrumental Sodetle?. Theater?, Ac, tn the City, comprlslug the tmesi Musical Talent in the coun? try, uncer ih? direction of WM. VINCENT WALLACE and OBOROI LODER. Doors open at 8 o'clock- Concert to commence at 7 o'clock TICKETS. ONE DOLLAR EACH. To he had i f all the Member* of ihe Committee, at the va? rious Music Stores, Hotels, and at the door on th? eveo log of the performance Piograuiine of the Concert will be issued shortly. 28f 2r Cl R EAT~MU S 1 C A L E VENT.? ? THURSDAY EVENING, February 27-ITALIAN OPERA HOI SE. ASTOR PLACE- Price of Admission ? Parquet anc Boies. OnnDollar. Seats may tie secured at the Bos otr.ee f um I AM to 4 o'c.ock, P.M., without any extra charge: Amphitheatre. V> cents BENEFIT of M ile, NATHALIE FITZIAMES. MncadaLtes Opera of "IL GIUKAMENTO." Msysstess's Romance of "Grace, Gas, a." from the Opera of "ROBBUT THE DEVIL." V.rut's-Thlid Act-" I LOMBARDI." Orera and Ballet on the same evening. FIT / IA M ES appealing positively for thla night on y In belli as Vocalist and Daaseuse, and in ful, costume. M ile N KIT/J A M KS has tha honor to inform her friends and tbe public, that the fdlowiug eminent artists have kiDdiy volunteered their valuable assistance on th's occasion Signora T " H-? - ? f Griebel, Hinrjora Mareuek Bertucca. the distinguished Violinist. Signora Oiuneiia Bozzl, Miss Emily Waldegrave. the accomplished Contralto. Stgcor O Canese, and SignorG Font. Stgnor Neri. Signor Aviynone, and THURSDAY EVENING, Febnjsry27. PROGRAMME 1. Merradante's Opera "1 Oll RAMENTO," in three ?eta, by Signora Trum-Beaedeiii, Signora Giullelti Bozzl, Signor Korn. Signor Avlgnone, ic Between ihe First and Second Acta. 2 Meyerbeer's Romance " (irace, Grace," ac o nptn'.e 1 on the Harp by Sinnora Maretz?k Beriurca, and sung by M ile N FIT/JAMES. 3 Between the Second ami Third Acts, will be performed Ihe Third A l of Vereia Opera of ' LOMBARD!," by Mile N. EITZ.IAME8.in full Costume, Signor FORT I, and full Chorusses. To conclude with THE GRAND PAS DO DIABLE, By M'I'e N Kb/jaiiiea. Mins Waldegrave, Signor Csrrese and Blgnor Neri On a Solo Ohllgalo for the V'lotto, by F Griebel. Leader, Signor Leiih; Chorus Master, Mr Heasler. Doors opeu at rlj o'clock; to commence at *| oclock, precisely. Positively no Free List. No orders. 26f C'jLEE AND BALLAD ENTERT\ 1 N ? kl KNT ? A novel, tntereeitng and attractive Concert will be given in ihe Broadway Tabernacle, on WEDNES? DAY E\ EMNO Feb. M, by iheO *e Class and Ta ier ia nie Choir, under the direction of P of. WM B. BRAD BI'RY. Jenny Lind's Bird Song, and a great variety or Solo*. Duetts and Cborusees, will be performed in ihebest style, by some of the most accomplished singers la thd City. Ttcketa 5o cents, to he had at the Music Stores, ai l ai the door. 24f3iU* <MRAND UNION MASONIC BALL. \J*T? The Oereral Coramlllees are particularlv requeaiel to meet ai t2 Forsyib-st. wi WEDNESDAY EVEN IN 1. at 7 P M , ss business of the utmost Importance wul no brought up lor consideration. D. SICKLES, Chairmen. M J Dri'mmonii. Becretary HMHE SECOND PAINE BALL ON R. WEDNESDAY. 26th lost, at the CMueee Hail IM Bioadwsy, In aid of an Industrial School and Orphan Asy? lum on the pa. Farm Mr. Brown, of New Lanark, win aodress the asseiably, and Mr G Vale will explain ihe ob? jects of the Paine term Association. Ticke.? one dollar, ai ihe Beac <n Office. 3 Franklin-aq . N. T.j of Mesar?. Hud? son. Brooklyn, and Alf. Kempt, Wiliiamsburgb, au I of iue Commit.ee. 2?f2tua* It! FNDELSMiHN'S ORATORIO ? lTjJsr PAL L? Will ie given by the N Y. Harmonic S<cieiv. on the E?emng or FRIDAY. 2xtb iist a' stss broad" a v Tabeniacie, under the direction of Mr THEO? DORE El8FELD Pi* Orcuestra will be fit:I and etb-c tive and the Solos sustained by the following artists, viz: Soprane.Mrs Laura A. Jones. Mezzo Soprano.Mum Leach. Tessas.Mr A Artnurson. Beasts).H. W Greatorex. ? Performance to commence at ?s o'clock Ticketa tl. Tobe bsd at ihe Music Stores, and at the door on tho evening or performance N B ?Stochholders are loformed that they are sntilled t 11 Tickets lor every public performance (instead of oue. ar heretofore.) The next Insullment Is now due, and is payable to the Banker. J H CORNELL, Esq , at iha Me? chanics' Backing Association, an l at the Tabernacle oo the ev.rdng ef ibe Grand Rehearsal, Thursday, 27th n.*t 2of fast* _ PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY?Ninth BVssoo.?The Third Concert of this Season wi I lie even at ihe A polo Rooms, on SATURDAY EVENING, a-ch 1,1161. Conductor, Mr THfcODORE EMFElD Subscriptions, programmes. 4r ai ihe Music Stores of Ve-sis 8. i.sitVnberg * Lois, Now York, and Mr P K. W eizei, BriM ? n By order, H. C. TIMM, PreaX J. L. Ensl.v Secretary. _ 16f4t ITALIAN OPERA HOUSE, ASTOR PLAi E-Be-.ent <?f Siirnorina TERESA TRUFFI BENFDETTI WEDNESDAY EVENING, Keo.28,wU tie periotrned Mercadante's l^pera of IL GLlRAMENrO. M?i fieui...Signor Avignooe j Bianca ... Slgnortna Bozzl V i sc arc o.Signor Ford I Eiaisa.. Sign'eT. Bsoedetil Aon test ri-P?r,iUet art Boxes, ? I No extra charge f<' seenrtt-g se?i?. Amphtth*atre 2* eeota. No ordere.? BerHf Mac Doors open at b<; to commence at 7| o'clock. \| ECHAN ICS HALL. 472 Bfotdwsy, 1*1 ABOVE GRAND-ST.?OPEN EVERY NIGHT daring the n eeR. until further nonce The orlniual and well-kn,?wn CHRISTrS MIN ST RE LS, armer ihe managemenl of E P CHRISTY, wrsoee C oocerta in th s Cl y for a succession of ftve years aavs >re*.n received with favor by highly rwepectahle sad fasnionati.e audiences. Tcsets *> centa. Door* ope-i atrij i commence at ?1 On S\Ti RHAV NEXT, Ma'ch 1, Annual Beoeot of F B DONNECKEK The pairor:* ut Cnristy'* MmjtreU are reepectfblly In forced that the ustial Saturday After noon Concerts will be discontinued for'he fbture Jl tf BELLOWS' OPERA-HOUSE, 444 Ml BROADWAY, between Howard end Grand eta. Tbe mategtr hegs to state that the immense eocourag- merit given to bis celebrated Coo certs every evening for IM last year, by the elite and fashion of this great metro pod* has induced turn to er: jage arttsu of tbe very first laietit, to p. o dnce Burlesque Laaan Opera Seenas, Burlesque C-a-ceru and Ballet?, lu a sty e equal to tue originals produced at the Italian Opera of this C ly. On Wednesday and Saturday afternoons a Concert, cummeacing at 3 P. M , for the ar> rxmaiodacoc of families. Admission 2Sceate. Doorsopee at t|. to commaxes) at 7|. 17f tfua JVIBLO'S GARDEN.?Doors open At6f5 la ?to commence at 7 o'clock. Tickets 30 cut ; Private Boxe?. RS Manager. Mi. John Servoa. THl'RSDAY EVENING. Feh 27, Ute performance will commence wlib an Overture. To be fouowsy* bv ihe new Vaudeville, called LA MAITRESSE DE LA NOCKS. To conclude w Kb BkS Ore/ d Bellas of_ C ATARI NA. oo. LA REINE DEB BANDITB Calar.ii? Queen of the Bandits.... Mile Caroila* rV>us?~t Count Benne a rich Roman.Mile Adelaide IsSMeet Kra Diavoio. Lieut to Catalina..Mona Jean R >u.a't. L.i ciia Chief of tbe Amazon?...-Mile Tereaiue RsruaseL Msrdetla. second Chief..Mile. CieuvmUne RouMSrt Suataii ed by a Ballet Co'pa of sixty pnrsous. the who e proui.rad under the dlracUoa of Mona JEAN ROUaSET. Ii h< >ADWA V TU BATER._DOOM pe? a< k? . i . r? eitneare a< 7 oviuek.?P rtcee of Arl ? To Dre** o-eie an-" Parqu** ?et?, Family CV Je ?ort Third Tw i?.n.. Oaiwy. I2#c(a rntIHkOM, ? and M THIBEVENlNo.Fek w i i na p?jrfon?>tjd UmCcBBady ef the ?U I V ?NU rHB NEW S^B?rjr. Mr f.? ata) | ,%m , | ... Ml? J BeflBtHL To cow.ude ?Kh if ? Farce ef SENT TU THr ToWER. Laohl. Mi !>n?w | ruudlevoot.Mr. Schart. BURTON'S THKATKK. ('h?mber?-.t. REAR Of* CITY HaI.L rtw oearaai Thmtkmr lo IttlVfr H'llrll l>>- '?<>??*>. ?. n* , eumaMsncoet 7 o'clock. THl* EVENimi r -. . . t*t*r/???m^.lb*co??. Mi.niM OLD LUV E AM) THE NEW. C?j?t I*a< r ?>,?:. nr. * n .. .Nr J W Iaw. To b*> fo! Vwed ? i* 'he new Plera, Called UM WllRLDS FAIB. t)<. UmiOooId ;M1 U m. Waggle*. Mr Burv o | Mie* S-nudgw tfri Bkerrett Boxe?, Urea* Crete *,nd P?,qo?iu? M*et*, FajatiyClrOkB, mf> et?; Orcheatra Seal*. T*ci* 1*" ? "?-?? boxet. $3 and HA RN i M*S a M KH H \ N MOSSUM. -P T Bakm M r -mi mim Miti<?< Jona Q?BIpvvi-ou. j? Aeaiaarn MfUM.gr? ? S?> n perbremaeeee every Aftern?,, tlS? E*?*naj et 7 Admittance; ?*centt, children ond? ,?-?r? 13? .- ? Benefit of Mr fe Mrs T. D YEOMAN"-WEDNESDAY, reo *>. hl UM Altar? looi.DON C.E>AK DKBA/.VN In the EvwoUf. BET? SEY LAKER A i>r wheh, SIX OKGRBKS IN ( RlMr T, tonende with Iba BLACK GHOST. Th*> - Ch'reae Moarunt ;* re-w kneorporaetd among the * i . ,< le.. _ s?f SlwTTL EI > COSMORA M A-S?Corx*?* of Broad way and Thirteenths, The Ural tectkm con? taining e eoileeiloo of iwaoty-tu view* of Europa. Alia M ' 'hrHuji Uid. 8>rle.' E. .pi. Nuhla and Arabia m exhiluied until ih. Ha-hth of March. After that date all Utaae wtU be rapUu-.-d by near vtawt aquauj Interesting, itf laut? MiEMISTRY APPLIED TO THE C 'IUI 1 ci I ARTS -Tb? C"ur*e of ieatrucUoa la thai deaaartaaeot, tt Brov?r tTalTeftttf, ?i i eua metre April Itt. It*' The Deparnnet.i la txAMdttJ Id ment ihe ?Tente of 1 who have eceanHai f r a pracUraJ tuoarlodge >f Chetnittry, ?vhc<h*-r wuh a view to iu> apiulraiion la Maeafactwlaf, Mntlrii.e. Phain a< v . i t^irm ure. The Laboratory la deaigi.rd for the accomaaodedoa of thirty ttudenlt and It tupplle.' *>tth every coeveoieatee aar experliuettal t'uuy Ti e mm , f each ttmleni helnu Indepeedeat of the rest, admttaton to thtt Det,artn,eai it given at any time during the teet.w For further Information, eddreat Prof. J A. PORTER, Krovbierr,. R I Uf 8wDxtWhAf W K AMKKH'AN ARTIS'lV AS80 CI AT HIN having ohialned their charter are DOW ready to receive worat of trt for exblbtUon at their rooaaa? i-i| Broadway Atthetr gallery tt to he opened to the pub? lic on the Itt of March. Il la required that mentbera with? in* to ex hPdt thou Id tend In their plcturet on or before the anth of February^_If lta* ^HE DlTSSKLlX?RK ACADEMY OF PINT. ARTS-i^aaiiig ? great Hltiorttai rtctnre Ot the " MARTYR Ot iM of rtU?t' baa baava added to Uta aoUerdoo of Pali Hn?a l<v ?mal? of* ibe alx've actoool Ad ail a* too iScenit aeaaop ueaeia hi and daacrlp?oo cata lognee 1 ?? c?nu _ ** ^ ACARD TO HAM rURERS.-Vou have all heard of Ihe DUPKIKLO HAMS, which bring V percent aiore ih?n any otuer Harnt la the world, DBattCaUaAef IRaaT perullar Savor Thit receipt, for the Ciiy a-d Cnuniyof New York, w ill ha for aale at Rl.OoO, unoiibe 5th of March, and if not ? ,id on or ???'ore then.lt willl>?to'd to an van.I all who want Ii, for Rlnti each.? N.B ? A itmrle ol the Haina * i lilootha&th of March, and Ham Ca ran oje invi ? d to call and try their flavural |T| Broadway. 3d floor | if j P THORP, Agent, MiTmMki.L S KSSh N< E OF COT h f E - A truly valuable articie under Ihe above narua it now oBeied to the public, one package of wtttok ipfioa U't reit?) will go at far ta four poundt of at ore Cotfee. CoffatJ made by this RaafMI wi'l preserve the real tatta of the Cotlee. wtUi a nnenavot andcoi?r, and will be much more vch? leaotxe than pure Cofl'ee, and be perfectly clear without am thing '<> clartfv it It i* manufactured in PhUa ilelphia. w here it has been lest? d by soine of the moat re? spectable pbvsiciaot and others, who tear testimony to the ahove facts. It is now offert d tu the public IB thit City, ai d tt needs but a trial to he om- a favorite with lovert of good t'offee It la the Uateatton ot lb. proprtetora to place il in respectable grocery atorct in nl' paitt of the City. At I rt m nt .t i an be obtamd at the loliowiug placs, vix Corwip, OB Bruadwa\: (iiosnh Co, .71 GrandaL: 8ta plea, Id*' How.-r\, T. i id,. T ir.l <r . K.i ii, enner Tlurd av. and Tw< ititi et.; Line, corner Kourth av and Tenth it.; Cbvi.bers, com? r Rutgers auc Madi<on; Bogart cor m r Kott Bioadwa.? ami Rut?.er?i Crawford, corutr Hea rv and C;iiit< n ; (Iriflin. conn r Katt Broadway and Pike; Albro. corner Illusion and Klentge?j'.14 Division; Lea man 6.' I).vision Kowler, J.'s (Vrcenwlcb; llalligh, 1 Cbambera; I,tamer, 132Chatham ; L uhe? and Hampton, corner Ctnsl and Church; Bailey corner Catherine and Herrn, and of the agentf, HaNMER R HORTON .6f'?it\VFSTuTI.Si 51 Division st CPE( T\< LES SCI EN NFICALLT e3 API'LI ED ?0r> "'I' E =-< e*<?A' ERY, t doors from ihe Theater New-York.?-Professor 8K.OTT, Spectacle .Meker. Oontejat*! g BBd Prnstfcal OpUciaa, Pub lc Lecturer on tbe Aia'om ral Korm ?rd Phvsio m-y of the Human Eve. and 1 n Ibe ii>v<l and t>?d ?lb et of Speetac at. TESTIMl'NIALS Of ABILITT AND RECOMMEN li 11 l?-N Nsw-Tcwk, Nov 3f>, ISM. " Adjusting Spec ta" let 10 vl?' 0 re.,nirwt great ludgment on ibe part of IM ?R?eian, Many s.yn sare Injured,and tome lola.ly leai, for wart of ,,U We, ihe umleralgeed rh>strians, Bavjawar u of u * 1 Meal haaas/MMa u? ihe t lib lc to hive gie.d %f* ttaClea, and ae.n.aieiy bMRbA? Mr 8KOTT deliverer' m? n hW?>etSBg ?od inilructivn Puh llcLeciU'e on the ishjajct,la khe r? cleiy Ltnrary, Broad? way, Nov. I - ?> >le ia wen at quali.ted with tea tri? er re. Therefore, we rtcWtasBM t k 111 a* a very competent, prsrtical Optlelan George IVUkea, N O 31 Lalghl-tf I ' ? on to the New. York r.ye ted Ear Dirirmary. Abra r.ain loil < le. M l< " .11 at <:onsuhlrig Surgeioa to Ihe New-York Ir 1:1. ? .n '..r 11 e Hilrnl a,"d Surge.m to Ui9 E\e tnd ^ tr Ir lire try. Isaac Woof, HUM East Broad way, Preaniei 1 or ibe New.Turk Academy of Medicine, and Consulling I'hvairtan Ml Iba Insliiulioii lor the Blind ? Wm Darling. M D ^.'n vv.rr-e A-atoiiiic.al Deinon tlftier lo li e New-\ erb I 1 IvtanttJ MndU al College " ?Nov. :,i> it'i-Mr ?KolT la tn agreeable Lecturer, has paid unusual aite,m.,., ?,,(?,* subject, and is a clever OpuciHn. W CLAY WALLACE M l) MM K >urth at," All Bpeclacles puro.a-ed rom Prof sKoTT will Im aa cl,HsKrd free of cett, if 1 ot ee'.-la n,ry. He also repel re ami ms glasses Ijlo parties < ?n fren ??, and a'ways ad? justs the Bpeeite es la ihe K.yes on tne most approved prlnciplr s ,bat have been rjlttllTtrBd lu aixilent and modero science Ofite W Bowery, three dootl CrdBl ihe Theater, New York *f2?wlmWAB* LET, IN JAMAICA, L. I.?A large double free ttory HOUSE, containing IS rooms, f,.- isbed tn mnCeru title, with ma/k.e l antela, he. la par feet order. Potsestloo Imui* diateiy. The Long I aland Railroad Compary frill, In a short time, commence run? ning the cars hourly to Jamaica affording every facility for the aecnmruoda'lon of tbe village App'v to J AMES HER RIMAN, Jamaica, or JAMES KLCkvY, 21 P.at. st N. Y. ?I lw* I K ENTISH'S 8Y&0P OK SARS A PARILI.A, or Concentraied Ve(etahla Compound, (or punf)lng ihe blood, and removing all disease* arising from abuse of Mereur*. exposure* Rod Imprudecce* In youth, ronsihm.onsl dlaewse* arlainr fritro au unpu'a itale of Iba hi,mm!, he. Ac Ac. This preparation Ii a toverelgm ran edy for Rheumatism, 8croboe or King** Evil, Eryilpe lae, hail Rm-un , e on ? I Tnroni and l^?gs. Pain* and swelling* of the Bone* Syphilitic Oase?, Tetter, Pimples lb the Face, ami Scaly Rrapi or,* of the Slln , all of walch will vied lo this IptciRa P Itsa Meanali per b-mla. Pre? pared only by WM ?I KKNTISH A CO.71 Canal-st .If 11 a . -w door. IsMB rlr.Mafl way, (watt tide ) J~?h N a: "R? b ERT OS BORN, 111 W all it hr.d It necettary to advise their frtendt and cuav lomers that Messrs Wyckoff. 8crym*er A Co. will no loo ger rec.tve Simples r at V\ ?.es of their Importation.? These Wines, however, may be lasted at heretofore, at that following Brokers: Mettr* DavL A Her. iqnes. ?9 Wtil-tt Metirt Hayward A Keritemaa. if) Whil-sL Messrs Bcrymser, Smub A Co. 107 YVaU-M. Mr.T Van Tmm, 117 Eroct-tt ITf laa# EUhORN hat MANUFACTORY. dW, WII.SOh'8 Leghr.m Hat Manuftctory, Stt li leb-av ft'rb booee ab >va Twenty-*lxth-*t we** side ? Per*oe* htvinr Leghorn Kid* or B<?,nett can have thoan tltered IBM IhtatnaaBI* shape withoot any appearaaea of plec k *t >hta e*iab|i*brner,t Itf 181* A M ES EOWLER, DENTIST, 136 Sprug it two bb cvs wet* of Broadway. Mae no eoae nection with any other Dental ofr.ee in thia Chy TEETH EXTRACTED without pain b, theadmiwttraiion of CMo rr.iornt 2lf *ww2woa* K)MPERTS\S AWN I M.S.?I would I J 0 I call the auenuoo of the puullc to my Improved Aarav tngt. that will not milde? Below it a certificate ofthatr good qualltlet signed by tUty of our moat retpectable nieirhtnl*. mani-.'aciurert and dealer*, who Save had them In ute one aeaton. AU kludt of awnings made, and Iron a orfc put up in the moat euhnanllal manner; alto, sky lights and window awnlngt, that can be raited or put down al a momeoft notice. -. - ... _ BENJAMIN OOMPERTS, '"1 Bowery. We have bad in ute aa earning made by Air. Oo nperU j It bat given perfect laiUfactloo. and taere Is no doubt one made by him will last as long as two made in Uta ordinary manner W N Seymour A Co Aut-eni A Sptear L B Morru A Co A.exander Edgar CMCburrh J P suagg. Bern A Co John Darley Henry dbeldoo k Co Woodward A Co Rodgert, Ca?ln. Leavttt A CO Uitracock A LeadUater A Blnl'ger A Co ftosnatSoepbeiJ M N .. * Jaanas A Brother 0 P Putnam O B Watierman W Ward W 8 Wood Brook* Brothera Henry Xercut St John, Raymond R Co. j T8 Smith w ti-.er Jaeaha John White H D? Oraw A Co C A A C Poillon Banford k Brotneri O W Woodford A Co W T Jer.nlngt A Co P H Mkgulre A Co Edwin A BrooAl Wm 8ouih?< k Joeepb A.ata A LSmith agent Tiffany, Yoong A ElUa. I. ,.11 '. L Aaron Cbichealet J Bernhard O T Hewlett ( S v A Matbewt Joaaph Staplaa J A I C'dldinfuio A D Tfc.uipaoo DentU Lar der Rotsnt Patrick John H Amierton h Co HWn Aoderaon RHAJOIsbam J H Willltatt A Boa M Rtder Jonn Llgbihall Mr ho,at Cort C Prwieie R>?M?rt A Reaa J A I. (Mooga Wm P Miner A Co W H Wwwar Hal-. Tempktna a Black I3f lea Advertisements ?re ins?fted in tl best Pipers of other CItl a tod Town* at V. B. PALMPR'9 Advvmhyhtfr Agency. THtmaw Building. d*HU