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JE WORK DAILY TRIBUNE
VOL. X.NO. 3112. NEW-YORK, TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 1851. PRICE TWO CENTS.
NEW-YORK TRIBUNE.
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PRESLEY k McELRATH. Pnnilshers.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
I.erturea no Kerent Kvents la Italy. The third
fescture of ibis Course wi:i taae place at the New-Ytrk
University at 7| o'clock this evening.
I"**" Dr. Ba anlag TiHriTaaklysi.-Or. Banminc
WM deliver aroiher Kree Lecture to the Ladles or Brook?
lyn THIS AKTKRNOUN. at 3| o'clock, at the Brooklyn
Inatltnte in Wasblngton-st. near Concord, on the Lungs
and Spine, and tbe Cultivation of Physical P.saaty. it*
I7~?7rslasi Ol vlslea Na. lg, M). af T.-A Pub lc
Meeilng of t nlon Division No. 2 S. of T will be held at
fonotain Hal', i4? Bowery, on WEDNESDAY EVEN
I NO. 9th last, at 8 o'clock. Several eminent Speakers and
Blfcgera will he preset t. Tbe members of tbe Order In
genera1, aod the public, are respectfully invited to attend.
The n embers are requested to be present at 7? o'clock for
the transaction of business.
Jk?a||_BAM'L 1WSHE, Chairman.
Cadets ef Temperance.?Moiut Vemon Sec dm
No. i will bold a gram' Temperance Meeting tn the Uni
verseJ1?t ('hurrh In Ponrth st between Avenues b and C
on TUE80AY EVENING, April 8, ati| o'clock Dia?
logues and singing by members and addresses by Horace
Greeley and otbsrs. Ticket! free?to be bad at the door.
_a7 2f
tW Aaierlcan Institute, Farmer'? i'lab.-A
regular u,eeiiDg will be beld at ihr) Repository 351 Broad?
way, on Tl ESDAT, April 8, at no m Theeir.,uslveeab.
Jecl of discussion, CATTLE. Grafts, Cuttings and I <eds
a ill be distributed All who have any good seeds or fruit
trees are requested to bring acme and exchange for others
Strangers are specially luvtted. Admission free to all
I5F" Maea and Rilad Makers.?The jtiurneymen
Bssb and Blind Makers are requested to attend an adjourn?
ed it eel i g to be held at toe Democratic Head Q tarier?,
corner or Grand and Elizabeth aw, on TUESDAY, April
R,at 74 o'clock, P M. N B. The Rosses are respectfully
Invited toatierd ISAAC MARSLAND, Prea.
JAMES TOTTEN, Sec a8 It*
m\r Fane Arte.?BIG NOR PIATTI, Bculpto-, from
Italy having hniih'd two large Marble Statutes tor Monu
menu tn ureenwiMid Cemetery, lovltea hla friends snd all
Ameteursol the Klne Arts, to visit his studio, which w: l
he open for the Pre* Exhtattmn of ibe said Statutes, from
MONDAY the 7th until TUESDAY, the 22d of April at 152
East Tweniy-t rsi./.t. a7 Iwua*
IV" Tha Lash.-The artist, wbi'e at work painting
the above eut )eci, proposes to have the room open to vis?
itors, from 3 AM. to 5 P M , and from 7} uotll in In Ue
evening Visitor's Ticket, $11 single admission, 121 eta ?
or three.tor i5 cts Commencing tne picture Monday eve?
ning, April 14, Room IS, New-York University, where
tickets may be bad by those wishing to witness the pro?
gress of the picture.
8 ngtne may also be Introduced rrom painted banners ?
uniting the elements of music In their application to tbe
highest purposes._|ai 3tia] a. C. MOSES.
Or Steuert lalaad Faaov Dyiaa KaMbl l?h?
men*.-Office. Nu 3 John-si. New- York. The Proprio,
tors of this establishment, whose Dvlng and finishing
have been so long and favorably known to the community,
are ready to receive orders tor dying and cleaning Silk,
Woolen, Cotton. Linen and Fancy goods or every descrip
tlori tn the treat manner.
ai 16 Ina?_BARRETT NEPHEWS A CO.
Ts> tea Oeaf.-Contemplated Removal ? Ur LUTEV
pjer'S Ear Infirmary for the Exclusive Treatment ?r Kar
Diseases, will be removed on the 1st or May, to 871 Broad?
way During the Interim be can be consulted rrom 9 till I
at 2A8 Broadway ; entrance through Waterbury'a Purntih
bag ?tore. _ml8 Im*
rt7~ lkararttten af tha (Jamplexlea originate
ortener Duui obstrui ilons or the poreaoftte skin, which
Bit llate against tbe healthy circulation ..f the liuids. than
from any otnor cium. outtoi Hebealonals universally
rerowitn. (><i?-,t as Oi? ?ii.i ?ffeciuel aradlcaior of ten.
firskles, arid eruptive diaea.ee ol lbs akin Sjld by tbe
Inverter. William B igle,Z77. Washington Ourei, n >fion;
A II A I? Beads, 1M> Pulton Street; Ru.hton, Clarke A Co.,
J73 Broadway; W H Cary A Co, sni Brldgeman A
Day, Pearl Street, and Druggists throughout tha country.
far Ordern far Kaallah trade-Of all dascriptions
(agiirulluial, flower, Ac 1 with full deerrlpiione and direr
tinns arroiMtienying the same, received by LIVINGSTON.
WELLS A CO, 6 Weil-sl, where catalogue* and prtoes
may he seen_af 2wTuTbA8
"~ta* Clay sVaatlTeU Aaeaclatloa.-The sixth an?
nual Prsnval in comtneinore ion of tbe natal day ot Hsnav
t lay will be beld at tbe Apollo, on .be evening of the lAh
leal Doors open at b o'clock | festival commencing at 7
preciselv. Tickets can be had on application to the Agent
at the Express newrpaper oil re. cor Wall and Nasssu-st
Bv order of the Executive Co t tn itee
SMITH J. EASTMAN, Chairman.
Isaac Wie. Smith. Hecrelarv u~! Iw*
Hevewteeaih Ward ?4?m?rratio Wai?
A.eoi iHilon - The Monthly Meeting of ibis Assoctatjon
a ill be held ai tbe Henry Clav House, coruer of Avenue
A and Fu-t-st THIS EVkNINO. 7* o'clock By order.
JOHN RIDLEY. President,
TALMA HILL, Vice Pres.deuL
Aumt-Tis L Browh, 1
C A. thompsom. j _
' CT" Natlea laTlie Paa>lle?-CiTv Inseacroa's Da
PAkTMkkT.?It Saving come te the knowledge ol this De>
pertinent that large uuaiiiiitea of unwholesome aod pole >%>
eus veal, hy ress?in ol being dleaeaed from various causes,
has been and Is dally Introduced nlo the City for the pur
innea of ea'e and consumption; and whe-eas, a highly
deleterious * fleet rosy be exerted ou tbe public health by
the use of such disrated veal, there tore the public are
ber.by cau toned against lie purchase or use
The Health Wardena are hereby Instructed to be vigi?
lant Id their e Sorte to delect persons tbua violating the
lews relative to the Public Health
Captains or Pullce, Clerks of the Public Markau, and
other persois, aie requested to aid tbla Department to
detect and appiehend persona vending or peddling such
diseased meat A. W. WHITE, City Inspector.
New-York. April 7, IBM,_aSSt
17* Cerperatlea Netlca. - The Committee on
Streets i f the Board of Aldrrmen will meet ail parties in
teersled In the widening of Wa I at , also the widening of
L bertv-at, on Thursday. April 10. at 3 o'clock. P. M. in the
Chamber of the Board of Aldermen, City Hail.
JONAS K CONCKLIN, )
WAHREN CHAPMAN, } Com. on 8ireets.
PATRICK KELLY- >
New-York, Ap'll 9, D31. kl tAlS
WANTS, &C.
A
S Chambermaid snd Waitress, or to
Make rare of childrrn and do plain eewlag, by a re?
spectable youug woman, la a firat-rate washer and troner
Would have it. objection to do general housework in a
tuiall Atmtly Ilas tue beat of city reference from her last
piece. V\ ould go a snort distance to tbe country. Can ai
IS I evenne C. .-orner of Elghth-st; enuance In Eighth st,
Secotd floor, back room. Can be seen for two daya. It*
AS Chambermaid tod Waitress, or bs
Seaauetreas ur general HiHiaemald. by a aleady, faith
hi, Olrl ii a sniall family. Also, her steter, lately arrived,
who Riveeio take care of children. Tbe beat ? f city refer
ereoce given by her last employer. Apply at 271 Walker-sL
wkere she cau be aeen for two daya. a* It*
AS Chambermaid, Children's Msid,
Waluess Ac by two respectable young woraeo.ooe
to do cbsmbarwort or assist in washing and trooiog.the
other lo tale ca e of children, or a?slat In waiting. The
beet of city reference given. Call at *TJ MoU-aL second
floor, front room. SS H'
AS Chambermaid and to do fins Wash?
ing and Irvntng. or as Chili's Nurse and Chamber
ntasd ay a re*j>ectable youeg woman, with beat of c 'y
reier-t c? itum tor last e'mnloyer Apply at 29 first-av tn
lite rear, between first and 8?xond-sL a8 It*
AS Chambermaid and Plain Sewkk, by
? respectable girl. Is a good waaher and Ironar ?
Would have no objection to go lo ibe country for the Suin
raer. Can be seen Dil the 9th at ii Pierre pool-el, Brook?
lyn Can be well recommend od from her last place. aiSt*
AS Chambermaid Bed Waitress, or
Nurse, kg a reapectabie and obliging Girl; would n.M
object to do the General Housework of a small family.
Oiw) city reference can be given. Apply at 1 > ? Amlty-sL
Can t?e seen lor two dsya aS it*
AS Chambermaid, and to assist in the
Washing and 1 ronleg, or as Chambermaid and
Waitress, t.y % reepectabie Protestant Gtrl. Best of city
reSerenre gt< en Can be leeti f,?r two daya at s T weif.h
St, betweea first and Second ava_a7 IP
AS Cham he am aid or General House?
maid lu a small family, :>y a sapectable young wo.
mar. with beet of city rvdereace. Ap,ly at 1**| Thtrd-av
Can be seen for two days. ad it*
A8 Chambermaid und tine Watherand
Iroeer, by a respectable yonna woman She under
stands freteh flu'tng. Tbe beat of Mtbj references given.
Call at I'b Twelfth si near l'ntvwsli? place. bSU*
AS Chambermaid and Laundress, or
Norse and Beamatreae, by a raspectaki? Protastant
Girl < An bo seen for 2 days, from 10 Oil 3, at si Bond-St.
_
S (Jeneral Housemaid in a small
private family, by a reapectabie y?ng woman wt.n
goad city reference: she Is a good coot and first rale
a saber and ironer. Can be seen at 33J Waahlngton at ?
A
AS Chambermaid or Laundress, by
?i m respartsble young wnuu, with beat of clt? reference
Apply et 71 Btfmtotvat S few door, from Allee-st. tv8 li
AS Cook, Housemaid, Chambermai \
___ Bf two respectable young women: on to CkI,
\\ SM eel Iron and do General Housewors to 8 private
family; ibe other to do Chamberwork and Welting or to
lake care of Children. Can fire rood clt? referencea
C^Jju52Sprlng.et. Can be aeen for two days. a? It*
AS Good Plain Cook, Washer and
Ironer by a neat, ?man girl, wbo baa lived In the
country and understands milking, and would make hereeif
(Wmewliy useful Country preferred. Beat of reference
given. Can be teen at No. 5*0 fourth-it. for two daya. It*
AS Good Plain Cook, und excellent
Washer and I roner, by a respectable yoang Woaaa:
or the would do toe boueework of a reepectahle fa nil? ?
Good rlty reference can be bad from her last place. Ckl]
at 189 Mnlberry-st. aS It*
AS Cook or Chambermaid, and to help
aa Lanndreaa by one, and sa Nuree and to make her?
eeif generally naeful by the other, by two very experienced
'Jl'le with good city reference. Call at 74 Sixth sv, In the
book-atore. aS 1;*
AS Goon Cook Washer and I roner, by
a i??p?ctable young Woman in a private fas ilv On
qiiei>tionaii:e citv reference given as to character end capa?
bility. Apply at 178 Thornpeon st, In the rear. Can be aeen
for two days aj it*
AS Cook and excellent Washer and
Ironer in a Prive'e f emllv. by a reapeetable young
woman. Ha* been a long time at ber last employers. The
best city reference given. Inquire at 11? Duane-st, in the
rear. aS it*
S Cook, Washer and Ironer, or as
l Several Housemaid, it. a small Private Pemiiy, ay a
reapettable young woman, with good city reference
Apply at 238 West Twenty first-st_aj It*
AS Cook, Washer and Ironer, and as
Chambermaid and Walter or to do Oeneral House?
work, by two respectable Girls. Csn be seen at 49 Stan
tonst, In the rear. a7 2t*
AS Cook, Washer and Ironer in a pri?
vate family, by a reapeetable Young Woman, with
good sir} references Apply at 110 Charlton-sL, second
floor, back room. a8 It*
AS Cook, or to do washing and ironing
In a private family. Would not object to go a ahort
diatanreln the country. Can be seen at 68 Prince at, Sd
floor, back room. a7 2t*
4S Cook or Chambermaid by a respsct
abie young woman with go id city reference Please
call at i" Eleventh corner Third avenue, can be seen
two davs.
AS Cook, Washer and Ironer, by a
YouDg Woman?Is a good Baker. Apply at 7 Carito,
st , In the rear, second building. a8 I
AS Cook, Washer and Ironer in a
private famll?, by a respectable girl, the best of city
reference given. Cail al 8 Vifib-et. in the rear. a It'
AS Ni'rse and Seamstress, by a respect?
able American young woman. Haa got the bed of
city reference Call at 45 Crosby at. near Broome. In the
rear. Can be seen for two days. all It*
AS Child's Norse?By a young Amer?
ican girl, willing to make herself generally use'ul
Call a'.y nay true week. Call at lt>8 West Twentv-s-c
ond at Oood rlty references given. afl It*
AS Child's Norse and Chambermaid,
by a respectable young woman. Can be seen at 66
Twelfth at. where she is at preset t employed a Si'
S Seamstress and to do light Cham?
berwork. or to travel with a lady, by a respectable
young women. Can procure the beat of cilv reference,
Call at 163 Thlid-avenue, aecond door from f ffieenih-it.
aS2t*
As Waiter and Chambermaid, by an
experienced Young Woman, in a private family She
can bring good city references. Apply at 74 Grove-st.
Ctn be seen for three days. ?7 3t ?
S Washer and Irnoer and todoGener
i td Honsewotk, by a respectable young woman. Is an
excel eat washer and ironrr The neat of city reference
givet. Call at 111 Mott et._a8 It*
A^mTddle^Toed Protestant Woman
wsru a elwsUoa. Would pro'er waiting upon an old
ie.iv. line no objection to a? e~_- ~aJduiiii?
(aar, or to New-Haven. Csn come well recommended.
Can be aeen for a week. Call at 3^9 Tldrd-av. a7 4f
AN Hone-t. Industrious Woman w'shes
employment to go out by the day. 1? a good Washer
and Iroter; will go on reaaonabln teruii. Address, by
tit te. before 3 o'clock, to J. K at thlaoflice. at It*
AGENTS.?Wanted, eifc-ht or ten thor?
ough going and Intelligent men. to sei] a valuable
bUiiiieett publication throughout New-York and the East?
ern states. Also, a con potent man to ?eil m il<>etoa and
vichtitv. for perticu'ars. Inquire personally, or, if by lot
ter, poktpald, to MERCANTILE, l?9 Broadway, (xond
flo.tr. ?7 3t*
A
AGKNTS. ?Wanted 100 Agents. From
*? 1 to V!" a month, clear of expensea, can be made
in soiling a new work for families, containing the famous
wa?bt' ft receipt. Address, poet-petd. ? American family
Publication EsuhllshmsoL" 128 Nassau-it, second floor.
m24 Im?_
AGKNTS.?Wanted, Young Men trom
the country, wbo do not with to work on a rann, can
m >ke from t< to $100 per monih on Dr Skinner*! new Fam?
ily Work Call Immediately, or address I W. PAtlMEN
T'ER. 83 Naseau-et, post paid. mil Im*
AlxENTS.?To Persons Oot or Km
plovmcnt ? Agenu are wanted In every section o:
the Ontted Stairs to sell New and Popular Pictorial Works
for partirulare, please call, or address ipostpaid)
ROBERT SEARS, 128 Nsssao-at
Now Rtaor-Tbe "family Vltlter," for April, a band
eouie Pictorial Sheet, or " Guide to the World's Pair"
Price 6f cents single, |t per ___rag ImPAW
/PARPEN'rERS.?Wanted at Bedford.
Brooklyn. l i , four good Carpenters to whom steady
en plovnteut'wlll be given to the first of August loqii'rr
of JAMES McKee._fi4**.
(^LERK.?Wanted on the First of~May
J an experienced Clerk in a family Orocery without
I cuors An American preferred Saiarv liberal Addreas
with t an e. reference Ac , GROCER, Tribune office a8 2t*
(^LERK.?A young man of business
J Debus Is wanted to superintend a desirable business In
the lower part of the city A preference given to SMS
1 avlng a (mail amount of capital, ai ?! a share of tne profits
allowed, for further Information apply to 157 Broadway,
up stairs bark office. a8 2l*
tn)ACHMAN?A steady young man
^strictly temperate, wants a alutatlon as coach man. or
to take charge of borers In the city or rojmry Haan ?
o" e loot to work Ir. a garden or on a farm. Addreas by
note, or spply to G H., 547 Ei.bth-av., between Titrty
bleib and fortieth its._a* 2V
(^OACHM?N.?A respectable Protest
J ant young man with the very highest testimonials,
wams a eituaHon as Coachman and " H Mise Servant; a'?o
perfectly uadersianda the care and management of borers .
would have no objections to go a ibort distance from the
city. Address to the office of this paper for P 8. Can be
aeen for two days only._?8 j_
CDDK.?Wanted, a cook to go in the
roantrv,10 miles from City Hall, one who thoroughly
ui derstands ber business and can be weil recotutueo.1??:
with a personal re'ererce to her last employer, nooe oiber
n< eo caJ.. Apply ai 188 f ran kin-si. from 10 a.M. to t P.M.
aS S?*
DRY GDDDS SALESMAN.?Wanted
an < xperienced Toaag Man well acquainted with the
Retail buriarss, for Gresow ch*sL Address G J , Tribune
Id^M PLOYMENT.?Wanted, hy an a-1
E-d Ire. steady, ar J Intelligent man, wbo acted as Stew
ard. Oarr'ener, Accountant, ard Land Survey- r, to gentle?
men of high roepectakLlty In Ireland. He understands the
rotation of while and green crops and tbetr applcaih-e.
the cultivatk a of flax, the management of a dairy and of
cntt'e in general, drawing, irrigation, erecting stone or
wood fences, road-making, Ac, and ts second to no mac In
tbe routine of sgrl -nitare. Hta wife la a good Seamstress
Laundress, and Dairy-Woman He would make himself
greeially useful snd pledges himself to fulfill his duties
wt b zeal, activity and attertl -n Add-ose MICHAEL
CRKMIB. Mtddletown Poat Office. Coan. aS iiDAit-V
FARM .?Wanted.?Tne subscriber
wishes to purchase a email farm, from 5 to 30 acres, of
food land, la either of tbe following Coaeuoe? Di tehees,
'lster. O-srge or Westcbesler. with or wltbont buildings
A rt?er view preferred Address H V W JONES. New
York, poet-paid, staling location aad price, and wbeo an
Interview can be had. Sri St*
Fj^ARM ER.?Wanted a thorough Far
arsr to take a farm of 70 acres, shout one hoof i ride
by Railroad from New-Tork. and within two minutes
walk or the the Depot, on a lease or upon shares, with the
opUon of purchasing Apply to E. MARTIN DALE. 1
Nassau el tttrd story._a5 2t*
U R N I T U R E.?The Subscriber is
about furnishing a l?rge Hotel, and is desirous
of purchasing the entire furniture of several families
l.resltt g up housekeeping The goods may be delivered
any ilme during the month of April Cash on taking pos?
session. Address a Una to A. C C , Box 1,822. Post Office,
ad 6t*_
(^DVERNESS. ? A Lady, desires a
Tsiroatien as GOVERNESS In the family efa Widow,
er. with children She is an excellent Mes'rinn. and has
1^? ii er. aret! tn Teaching manv tears. Address CLOISE,
Post-Office, Mew-RodaSjUa, N. Y State. a5 4t
H
GARDEN ER.? Sitnation wanted, by a
tic rlt* man. who woo Id bsve do objection o go ng to
any cf tFe Sou'I ero State* Tn* *dr?r??er beleg a man of
ordoobted ability to each branch of hit profession, will ex
poet a suttaV'le recoenpeenee for hit service*. A drees
GARDENER, Tiibnee Office_a7 3f
H~ AT TRIMMERS.?Three first class
bands waoted. Appy to LEARY A Co, Attor
House, Broadway._a* *t
HOUSE?Wanted by a Gentleman and
hl? wife, wbo can give the moat unexceptionable re?
ff ferret, a small genteel boose, or part of a hoose. In the
slclnlty of Amity. Bleecker, or Pourth-st.. near Broadway
Rent must be moderate). A line addressed to TENANT,
at this office, stating psrtleulars, will meet with immediate
attention. _a8 2r*
H~ OUSE? WRnterl by a family of three
persons, large enoogh to accommodate a few first
rl't* Boarders, the rent to be paid In board. Address)
JOHN, Tribune office. References exchanged at St*
HOUSE.?Wanted, a three story, or
two story and attic boose, between Chamber and
Fourth sts. near Broadway Rent not to exceed $550. Ap?
ply t^OEOW^STEVEN^
HOUSE.?Wanted, a 3-story House, in
a respectable location, west stde ef Broad way pre?
ferred, I wish It to accommodate a few boarders The
rent paid la advance. If not takes oat In board. Referaoca
given and required. Direct R. K. Trtbune Office m!3 lm*
OUSE.?Wanted to Hire or L?a>e,
forte term of years, a genteel Hoose, by a small,
quiet famtiy, at a moderate rent; or part of a boose would
be rerted?say two rooms and two bedrooms, with or
wliboul basement; or would nolle with another family In
renting and dividing a boos*. Unexceptionable references
given ACdress, stating terms, location, Ac, Box l,67t
Post Office. _s3 3t?
HOUSEKEEPER.?A young Woman,
fully experienced In the duties of a Housekeeper,
desires a situation She can give good reference* aa to
ability an*1 character. VVages not so moeh an object sa a
resreetable k-,d agreeable situation. A note addressed to
U. N. W, Tribune Office, will receive attention. Si 3t*
HOUSEKEEPER.?Wanted, a smart
American, English or Oerman woman, a good care?
taker. 10 Cook and aid io Washing and Iroalng. Inq tire
at SI Exchange-place. a7 3f?
INSTRUCTRESS?Wanted, a L?dy
B of p'easant and cheerful disposition to take charge of
the education of four Girls, ander 12 years of age, In a f?m
I y a few miles from the city. None need apply except
they can furnish the liest recommendations of capacity of
teaching all the hrancbee of a good English education.
Address COUNTRY, at ihis office, with references, a- Si'
ATI I EMATIC-xL TEACHER.?A
l Teacher of experience will Instruct in schools or pri?
vate pupils in Arithmetic, A'gebra, Geometry, Navtgatijn,
Hurvfjing. Engineering. Drawing, Perspective, with plans,
profiles, charts, kc. Address Trigonometry, Tribune-Jf
tce._a7 lm*
MATRON.?WaLted an active Woman,
quick with the neeedle and accustomed to sewing
nth. to art as Seamstress and Matron la l large Buerdiag
Brhool on tbe North River Apply Saturday and Monday,
at .< 1 Tweuy second -si. a5 3r
Jtf ILLWRIGHT.?Wanted, by an e~i
L* I perjrneed young man of stesdy nab' ts, employment
as Millwright and Siiterop. Address M. W. N., Tnbuoe
ti re. a8 3l*
?NEY?S3.000 Wanted, and a Part
rer to engage In a Manufacturing Business in Phil*,
delphla. The bu,lneas Is in most successful operation tn
iMsrlty and in Philadelphia will neu from $7.00? to
#10,0) 0 per year. For particulars, address R. JL, this of.
fice, staling time and place for an Interview. a8 It*
ORGAN 1ST.? Situation wanted, from
ihe 1st of May, In any Churcb or Chapel In the city or
vicinity of New-York, by a first-rate organist, wbo can give
the best references about his character and musical abilities
as an organist snd leader of a choir. Address N N , Or?
ganist, Tribune Office. aS lit*
31
M
P
ACKERS.?Wanted, several men who
understard Packing BimAs. and can give good refer*
ence. None others Deed appiv lo
aK It BANGS, BR iTHER A 00. IS Park row.
PARTNER.?Wanted, a Partner,
ariive or silent, with ton f lf0 to tl.OOO, lo a light and
. rnteel business already established. Tbe business will
i>es ?' 0 per cent. The funds rtuulred are wanted to manu?
facture Itoch for tale. Ad dree*! pueiveM, * b, Ob.mui
bqoare foei USSce. *8 S*e
1>LACES.-At fT4 Nassau-si. oaies
tnes. Book-keepers D'ug Clerks. Porters, Barkeep?
ers, Coachmen, Gardeners, Walters, men and farms, boys
to learn reepeciable trades, Ac. profitable and reapectaiie
siiMsiions. I al< If] TH08. SP1NK, Agent
PROTESTANT SERVANTS?Want
ed, situations for most excellent Protestant servants,
in all tbe v-uious dom jstic stations, at the Protective Pro?
test*! t Agency, 432 Hudson si
N B ?This is the best and only reliable Protestant
Agency in th- -ity Worthy, deserving Protestaou are
given places fioe of charge. a7 6t*
SALESMAN?Wanted, a Dry (i >uds
Salesman of experience and good address None others
need apply Apply to JOf RNEAY A BURN HAM, 125
Atlantic si, Brooklyn. ad if
ts*. ALES-WOMANT^Wanted in New
^ York or Brooklyn, from the l*t or Stay, a attuatlaa by ?
young Lady as a Sale*-Woman to a Flower, Lace or Kanrv
Sore Satisfactory reference given. Address ER MAY,
Brooklyn. allw*
?2TORE?A bmall Store, or part of
Store, In Broadway, wanted Tbe window will I
SERVANTS?Fumilies in want of good
help for city or country, well recommended and sulta
b e for all statioas, can obtain such at ibe office, 24<> Grand
si , near the Bowery, where none but ihnte of good moral
character, and whom I believe to be sirtctiy bon**i and
temperate, are allowed to remain |aSlt*j I. WATTS.
WER VA NTS IN BROOKLYN?Situ
?Nations are wanted for Cooks, Chambermaids, Narses.
Laundresses, General House workers, Ac ? Americans,
ELgllsh. Irish. Scotch and Germans?at the Agency, 5Clin?
ton si, Brooklyn, near Fnlton
SITUATION?Wanted7fo7a boy of 19
years old, a sttoatlon to ran of errands, or perfom
tome light work where be might make himself useful to
bis employer. He is good tempered and agreeable, and
ran be well recon mended. Call at .'?. Can*, si. Would
like to get Into a gentleman's family. aS It*
SITUATIONS?Wanted, situations for
r3Protestant cooks, chambermaids, general servant*,
rurtes. teen ttreeae*, laundresses, coachmen, wa'tera,
farmers, gardeners. he , si tbe office of the Protestant Em
ploymeDi Society, 7 Carmtne-sL?ibe original and only
true Pioteatant Agency In bis oily N. B ? Oely thiee
wbo can show thai they are smart, tidy, sober, honest and
capable, are offered nuiaiieas. a5 St*
SITUATIONS?Wante-d, situations fof
k3 first class servants of avery domestic ? tail on, female*
and males, at ihe Office of the Society for the Eucourage.
mentof Fatibfol Domestics. 1?*3 Chamber* ?t. established
18*5 N B ?This Agency la palrocUed by the moat re?
spectable famines and ts about tbe ocly one ra*orted to by
the very b*sl servants Tbe terms are reduced. Open
every dsy from 8 A. M to 6 P M. ?? 3l*
S~lW?TI^NS.~Situarions are wanted
foragreai variety of good Servant*, al C MASON'S
Officea i.V'and 424 Brealwsy, and 139 Bowery Over 500
are ronsianilv oo band Great pains are takeo to collect
gi od one*. Terms?Year y suhscnniton, 5? cents; other?
wise. 2* cents. Men and Boys can be had for any respect?
able employment, at 6f
a
be
require4 to exhibit Heraldic Drawing and Paintings In
Direct louer*. ttstlng rett to
as St* WM R. C LA PPERTON, >^7 Sixth-avenue.
SURVEYOR, RANGER, Arc?Want
ed. a competent young man lo take charge >f a large
tract of wild land la Northern New Yorx He w-U he atu
[ oted In fort lshing topographical reports of the land, pro
teem g lb* timber froai w**te a'd iu< b other manegen-ent
ss may be required Tbe couotry abounds with game.
Addrees. with uloou 4*d reference aa to character, atd Lb*
lowest salary, to W , Box 2,357 Post Office. N York, mi 3t*
TO CAPITALISTS. ? A gentleman
wishing to become lr leres led in an invention requir?
ing ant a moderate expenditure of money In Its develop?
ment, may hear of ao opportunity for uve*tmect by a1
dreaalng Cl RVI LINE ? R Tnbuoe office. a5 3t*
q^O JEWELERS?A young man who
1 thoroughly und era lands tbe Watch ana Jewelry bu ti?
ne**, woo d like * situation as Sa.esman Apr.y at Tl r-'
FANY. YOUNG A ILLIS'S. 271 Sroadwiy afi 2t*
'?^EACH ER?Wanted, a Lady experi
1 enced In teaching, of superior Uiernry sccnlrementa
and re fined macdera, to take charge of the female depart?
ment o the Academy at Goshen Orengt? Counrr. New
York. Salary ?300 to Si* Apply to D L TOWLE, al
Gosben. giving fall particulars of qualification*. a2 7Ua*
*UTOR.?A Graduate of T. C. D.,
being desiroas c f forming an engagement as BssMsal
Auistant at a school, or Tutor In a private family, bean to
senoence his coarse of instruction as comprising Classics.
French, English In all it* branch**. Science. Be ea Let?
tre*. Ariihmeuc. ke References aa to characiar and ev.ll
tv moat re* pec table and s*a1s*aclui i. Pleaee addreaa
GAMMA, Trlbus* oAW ?5 St*
ftl *M\4\ TO S-2.000?TO MANU
I *-asr1 *\9 PACTURERS -Wasted, by an active
perton of iJsorongh commercial baMie. an liiertai to some
rvspecyaMe macufactanng susiness WiJ Inve*t tb?aoovw
amoani, snd will eoitelt orders, do the outdoor bneanaaa,
ir , Ac. Is a*!ng e pertoe. and has an exteuaive acqualat
ance tn tbiaCtiy Boston. Pbtlarelnblsand Balu.more The)
best of referee.ee! /-ireo and required Ad dree* C. W. B .
Tnbuoe Office, wtlcb t* ill Ml roosKlered strictly confideo
tisl. St) 5t
VVOMAN-Wanted, an active tidy
w ? Woman, used to the care t| children. One who ran
brlBf good um tmoniais font ber Iwt employer, 'an beer of
? situation by applying t>t ST Wi:,o?r-?; Brooklyn. ?7 It*
SV ? (U l7TW A NTKD?At 7 per cent.
'9 m '"on Broedwsy reel estate, for a term of
Saasa Bord one of the beet Mo brokerage paid Address
I If. R Tribune Ore BS tl*
??X U? RF wARD.?Stolen, vesrerday.
v-?" ?V'frocn the house of JOHNS RUSH ER. cor
ner Forsvth and Deiancy eta . while the family was out on
buiiceas. the following btTjSpTM ten $.y> g?'d piece, three
I'D Co., one 1*4 do , on- 11 do; #75 la 15 and Bio gold
pieces and sliver, and $ 15 In bllla: one gold watch, fell
Jeweled, chain, key and gold pencil attach* ,1, one pair In*
fan!* gold bracelets, w: ha red stoee selling, two rold
rings and three silver spoona. marked Orr??], besides t \ la
pet ties In rolls, and most ik*Iy other articles The above
reward wl.l be paid fur the recovery of the property and
the thievt?, or the property alone.
a? It* JOHN B. RUSHER.
BOARDHIG._
BOARD in a private family may be ob?
tained In a pleaaant part of the Seventh Ward for
two ger tlen en and tbeir wives or one amail family. The
apartments are airy and convenient Address H J, Poet
Office, bos 1,62?. ?? If
BOARD.?Furnished rooms, with or
wit bout fall or partial Board, for tao or three single
gect'eaen or other persons, msy he bad of a email private
"family occupying a houee possessing every eonvenlenco.
A fine healthful location, near the Blind Institution, with a
good restaurant near, and four stage routes within half a
block Only persons of corre:t habits and those wt ling to
pay s liberal though not extravagant price need apply ?
Box 2,52', Post Office. at Iw*
BOARD?Two Young Gentlemen who
would room together, might find agreeable arcorn
modations. with partial Board, In a arivete fa-nl.y. in a
pleasant location near Waahlngtnn-i'arh Members of
some Evanie leal Church preferred. Address S 8,
Broadway I'.'et Office. art 2t*
BOARD.?Second ll-Kir to let, furnished,
with or without partial board, to one or two single
gentlemen, cortalnlng s deeping room, bsth room, large
fror.t parlor, pantries, ice. Room* on the 3d floor can be
spared if required. The housa Is occupied by s private
family, ittuaie In Prat kin-si., near Broadway. Address
A Y at this office a8 3t*
BOARD, with pleasant moms, may be
had at the eligibly located dwelling, 19 Wooster-it.
Re'erencrs exchanged. a8 it*
BOARD.?Two single gentlemen can
beaccomm'idated with hoar,' and rooms at 17 Irving
place. A (nil of rooms wtll be vsrani very eoon The
location Is very desirable, and coveoleoi to care and
(tkgea. * It*
BOARD.?Two very pleasant Gentle?
men rsn secure Rreakfast and Tea and Dinner on
Sundays. In one of those pleasant cottages on Ninh-av.
for jI 25 each per week. For further particulars address
NORMAN.Tribune Office. ?ist*
BOARD, with handsome suites of rooms,
may be had for the coming year at 74 East Twut.
thtrd-st."a?bort distance above 'Ueion-park Tlie bouse
isoneof the elegant hiock extending from Foaith to Lex?
ington *v( and is furnished with gas, Crotoa wai-r. hot,
Mas and ?hower baths, and is within aixty yaid* of die
Harlem Rsi.rcad. *? it*
BOARD can be obtained for gentlemen
and their wives, or dngle gentlemen, in a private fan.
lly. at 179 Henry -si, corner of Jefferson. a7 3i*o
?OARD-?A gentleman and his family
can te handsomely accommodate 1 wt h a tulle of
rnome on the sacoi d floor, in a small family, by calling at
62 Uudsoc-st. op, dte Jay. near Chambers' a7 iVr
BOARD.?A private far*ily, who take
but few boarders, have to (pare a large front room
with bedroom and pantries attached, on the second floor.
AUo a (mailer room The situation l( pleasant and In the
vtriony of the stages and cars Enquire at No. 415 Pourtli
Street. a7 2t*
BOARD.?A man and his wife, who can
give satisfactory references, csn obtain s roon and
hoard In a small family (of grown persons) by Ir.qiiirlof at
2r.b Msddl(un-(t?N. B. To comuieoce MM of Msy.
a7 2l*
B
CJARD.?Two square Rooms ou the
? second floor, wltk bed rooms and closets attached.
? nlttble Srr '""?^"jy '1 meeni-n or ? ???.. we . ? ? ? mmm
Board, may t>e n -tamed from the 1st of May. No other
boarders In the fan lly Bath room In the house. Not
above Bond-at Address I.. P , Tribune office. a7 3t*
BOARD?And pleasant Rooms for a
gentleman and hla wire and two aingle gentlemen,
can be obtained Immediately, at 9 Var.cs si, 3d door from
Franklin._a7 k*
OARD?With one or two furnished
B
rooim wanted, by a gectleman and hts wife, till *?>??>?.t
the middle of June. Prelererce given to the apper part of
the rliy. Address ? W. P " Tribune Office. a7 it*
BOARD.?Single gentlemen can be ac?
commodated with pleasant rooms and board: also,
gentlemen and their wives, on or before May I, in a house
Dirasantly located, with convenience of hot, cold and
shower baths, at 46 8e< ond-et Broadway stages pass the
do. r. e2lw*
BOAR \) ? In Abingdoo-e<|uare?The
(econd floor of a p'eesantly loetted house, Where
there will be but lew boarders, etfl be obtained, furnished
or uofurct(bed, after the first of May, by addraaatng S. M.
office of this paper. a21w
BOARD.?A gentleman and bis wife, or
two aingle gentlemen, can he pleasantly accommo?
dated In a genleei faniily, where all the eomf irts of a borne
may be realized. (After the first or Mav.) Location tn
Fikrblrenth-si, between Seventh and Eighth eve. Address
M. L office of this paper. a2 Iw*
BOARD.?Three or four single gentle?
men can be accommodated with pleasant rooms and
partial board, it 177 Henry-st., BnroHyn. near the South
Perry. ml*, lm*
BOARD.?Wanted, by a small family,
on the let of May, rooms on ibe second floor, or two
on the second and one on the third H or. The Seventh
Ward Preferred. Addreaa A C this Office, so i\
BOARD?Wanted by a gentlemen, wife
and two children, with an unljrnished front room,
with front bedroom on the second floor L-ca Ion to be la
the vicinity of Broadway, between Spring and T-ntn sis.
References given and required. Address box 2 J7rPost
Office._ ?7 it*
BOARD?Wanted in the Country, from
shoot the first of June next, by a gentleman and wife,
child and curse, In a healthy location, with daily access, ei?
ther by railroad or steamboat, at canventent '?usineee hours,
and not more than 25 milee distant from therlty. Address.
iiaUrg terms, location, Ac, i. kt, box tit, fost-Office.
_a7 3t*
BOARDING.?A gentleman of thejbigh
eat respectability wishes to make an arrangement for
board. He has furniture sufficient to furnish a email house,
u.a. bis object la to have a happy, comfortable and oulet
home The Eastern part of the City sre'erred Address,
with reel oame and number. F. L T , Tribune office. The
best of references glvea. a8 TA'
HOARDING.?A suit of rooms to let,
with or without board to a small family?pleasantly
located m I th-av Siagen pass the >.oor every rive minutes.
Also, a itx m on the third door to a gentleman and his
wue, or two single gentlemen, tsi Sixth av. a7 2t*
BO A R D I N G.?A Private Family,
where there are a few boarders, can eeeomm>date.
ot the let of May. a Oen?emaa and fa la Wife, or two sin?
gle GeL?r men, with a pleasant Frost Room, and Psotry
? a. he Cat it R-.i-f.-at, a* I**
B?? R D IN G.?Gentlemen aod their
w vea can be accommodated win pleasant rooms
a-d with nedruoma and pantries kit*vb?c, from 'As first of
May Apoly at 156 East Broad way. Reference exchanged,
ai im'
BOAKDING.?Pleasant Rooms, suita
able for Getiilenteo and their Wives or Single Q-mle
?;en can ue bad at 157 Adams at, near lies f Ullon Perry,
Brooklyn m25 im*
BOARD DOWN TOWN.-Two suits
of rooms 'urutihed, on the second floor. (parlor* aed
bed looms rommuecauag l in the ffinrbts bouse 7 BroaS
way, opposite tbe Bowling Oesen. to let with board to
gentlemen and their wives, or to families of gr >wn per
sons at lay*
BOARD NEAR UNION PARK.?
A -arcse.me Room and Bedroom en second fl >or ?
Rooms a* Scntiemen wttb fall or partial boa'd A cut of
rooms "v 15.ii of April Hot sad cold Baths. Apply at
?68 Brovjwsy, four doors above Union park. Do not
move 1st of May._a8 ft*
BOARD IN BROOKLYN?A gen?e
mac and wife can be Kromrnodated with a room and
bed-room, with Board at 22 Sands' at, opp alts St Ann's
Church. _ atlw
B?TRD IN BROOKLYN ?Two or
three siccle rentierten car. be accommodated with
In a
App
B
gentlemen car. be accommodated with
skfaet and tea. wuh dinner on Bundays.
eaaarj: roc u s, breakfast saw
private family, a lew mlnuies' walk from Pulton Perry,
ly at 162 Waahiagton-at. _a5 4t*
OARD IN WILLIAMSB?RGlri^
A genieej prlvase Boarding House will ha os an ad
Mav let, in SoutAEiabth sc A suits of roooas?room and
bed roota? for faadiiaa. and roosts for gaauemea. Those
who want pare air. and a quiet home. can. for particulars,
call at * Broadway, up stairs, front room, or address C.
box*'. Wui:amsku'g' Post 0:5ce References atcnaflged.
a3 2w*
BOARDINI? IN SOUTH BROOK
LYV ? Handsome Room* with 8n*rd fr? ? heaithy,
pleasam location ns b* obtained ?( a moderateBriet?, *tgnt
n truie* vre k from Booth Ferry aid w aqusre from osmt
bu fnr Fultun Ferry. Partie* wishing Board ru tenure
the rum fort* as* ? home In ? i*i!nN? hoos* where ibere are
hot few boarder*, with Rootr? and Bedrooms, Pantrlea, kr
to *i:tl applicant* Possession ?1 he h*d, If required, im?
mediate)*, a* there i* no reicoval. Addre** P 8 Brooklyn
Poe? Office a? St ToTDA *at
BOARD WANTED?For ? Lady with
two Daughter*. A parlor with two bedroom* will
be required. Local ten between Eighteenth and Twenty
e'gh b its. and Second *nd Fifth ar* Reference* ex?
changed. Apply at 65 L- xlagton a*, al JiTuTbAS*
BOARDlfVANTED?In the immediate
nel|hbo*bood of Croaby and Bleecker *ta, by a Gen?
tleman w ho wiche* to commence on or before the first of
May. Addre-Box gg P. 0._a8 it*
B~ OARD WANTED-For a gentlemen
and kit wife (tecoad ?tory front room preferred >
Alao a room luitable for a physician's office, tn either of the
following ?treet* . Twenty -second st between Eighth and
Ninth in, Twenty third-at. between Seventh and Ntath
av*, Twenty-eighth and Twenty-ninth ?*.* between Eighth
and Ninth svs. Addraa* H. W.N Trfn.ce 0*ce. aS 3r
BOARD WANTED?A Lidy wishes
to procure Beard Id Brookivo la a q<i!et family, where
there are few other hoarder* Term* muat be moderate.
Reference* exchanged. Addre** B. J , Tribune Offic*.
a7j2t*_
OARD WANTED?With parlor and
?1 sleeping-root:- connected, unfurnuhed, for a gentle,
man. wtfe and two children. Reference* given and ex
peeled. Addre** N. D , Tribune Office, naming location
and terms. a7 St*
BOARD WANTED for the Summer
season. In the country, within fifty mile* of New To k,
for a family requiring two or three room*. A farm boose
preferred Addre**. for lb* text fortnight, 20 Market-*",
?tailng term*, location, etc a5 It*
OARD WANTED?Board Wanted
'for a Gentleman, Lady, Child and Servant on or be?
fore the 1st of May. Location below Chamber*-*., prefer?
red Bi**i of reference* given and required. Addre** 8. D.
Box I I'll. Poet Office. a2 lw*
B
B
AGENTLEMAN AND WIFE can be
accommodated with large hack room, and pantry ad?
joining, oo second story Ai*o, rooms to let lo single vo?
ll- m n on third atnry. with hoard al Second *l, W<|.
llauisbargb. Possession Immediately, and faial.y small,
with tew select boarders, and do not inornoo the 1st of
May._a7St?
MRS. AUSTIN, having taken the new
and commodious house, 71 East Fourteenth st in the
Immediate vlelt lty of I nlor-i srk. would Inform genileai-o
wi*htng to obtain superior famished or arfurt.le'ied apart?
ments, with partial board, If required, mat she will be upon
the premiss to attend to any calls, between the boors of 9
AM.atdSPM._KW _
KOOMS WITH BOARD-From the
Itt of May. for gentlemen aad ihelr wire*, and ein
tilf gi-ntlenito, at 45 aid 47 Ka*t Broadway- The two
duelling* will be connected Hot, cold and shower Baiha
Apply at if East-Broad way. a4 2w*
ROOMS? Famished Rooms for single
Gentlemen, with or wrbout breakfast and tea. can
be obtained al 351 Feurth-av, near Union-square. None
but gentlemen of the first respectability need apply. aS 1m*
IJOOMS TO LET-With Board in a
V plea-utnt location, on a stage route. Hot. cold and
sbower ha 1* In the bouse. Apply al 35 Seventh-avenue,
cor of Thirteenth-^ al Im*
HPO LET^With BOARD, a large an
1 furnished Rcom. suitable for a Gentleman and b's
Wife, with bath room adjoining, and a room for a single
gentleman. Also, room* from the 1*1 of May oext. st i :.i
Hodiot'-it opposite St. John's Park. Referooce inquired.
mil'Im*_
1\Ta"NTED IN THE 2d WARD
v* Permanent board for a siagle man?one small bed?
room?Ameilcan people? dine at ose P M ?Price Dot lo
exceed $3 per week?Address R. N., Tribune Office.
sale8 by ?^ryj^
Abthonv J Bleecke*. Aucaoneer.
|?XTi\NSIVE > \I.r. OF 809 VALU
i JahlE BUILDING SITES AT FORDblAM,
W*.u:he?ter Co, NY st Auel; u A J ULb.Kt.KER
will teal at aucuuu uuTimncoar, Avi'l in. it d .at U
->.<..*.. ???*. M~~c?*mt* ajohacMu. unter ihd direction
-**- r - - - * .-)..?rt *"-'*? *- -* ? ?? mmm *--,.-ato
Proptttv, viz: atFordbam. Wrstche,ter Co, ox*vtiyo|i
Ponte the DepOl of ibe New Ymk and Harlem Railroad
C< n ; at. v, abi ui BM lot* *n4 parcels of Land lyuig on the
road leading fr ni We?t Farm* to Kingsstidgo at tfie junc?
tion of College sve with the Harlooi Railroad on Union
a*d Canibreleng avs, osj Powell place, and on Oelancov,
Baytrd, Hcfftban, Lonlltrd. Arthur. Elizsboth aud Jaeoli
sts? Ttiewbile beautifully situated b two. u ibe grounds
ot Si John's College snd'the lands of the Mr*?r* Wads
worth, Jacob Lonllerd B M Brow n and Phillip McLydig,
K"<;oires, ai d the Biocx River The wtola propurtt is
we 1 sifusied for immedtst* Improvement, lali out iota
lotssaa pan els of coDvetier.t sue. rarytng from j0 to I'O
feet tn width Th-re are aarerai buddin?i.int'.e preinlee*,
iBc'odmg a de elhng. barn* and other out Ik u*-? Se.e-al
if the pints effort admlralile co tage sites, auj contain
beanQ'til groves of trees of every variety. The ol.ee is
prt.Veibiallyhcal.hr, and comprise* the convenience of a
settled neighborhood, sueb as hutcters, bakers, ami other
tisoenr.ru st h?r d Tbe distance Lt but ten and a half miles
from the city, and tb* latercourse by tbe cars is cooUant
curing the day. at a yearly commutation of $S>. To those
?. ?iruu? of obta-mag largi r portion* of lands thau laid
flown ('0 tre maps, Uberai privU~gna vrij bt> flna Tbe
title lo the property it utqtius?unahle, and Ihn sale STIu1 bt)
peremptory lo the clghf*i bidder Thrwfuttbs of the
jurc.iase mouey can remain on Band and Mortgage for
three years at six pev cent, at the option of the ba I era
Msps are ready for cistribuUuu at ihe office of tlie Auc
tit neer, 7 Broar st
Kor foithrr particular*, apply to STEPHEN pa.MB RE
I ENG. Esq, 18 Wain, or Co A P. MAN. Esq. til
Wallst. as ...t?
R. C. Kemp Auctioneer.
i^LEGANT ROSEWOOD AND MA
J j HOGaMY CABINET FURNITURE, of Ihe heat
.ue It,, to bes.. Id at Auclloe, without reserve THIS DAY,
(Tuesday.)ei II j o'clock, al 3!>4 Broad way, a* the (tore 1*
to be rehuM
R. C KEMP will aell a* above, s beautiful assortmeolof
superior firti cists Kurnlture, all of wbicbhas beeo made
b) OLeol our oldeat eetabilshed and well Snowo caninet
'Caters, aiiJ so d lu C tatequeuc* of harUig to rem jve on
ihe i*t of May.
PaaLoa FwamTiaE -E egani carved rosewood parlor
FuriJluie. en eulle. covered In French hrocateile, maroon
velvet, plusb. Ac of the very richest designs aid styles,
ladies' rosewood cablnsta, elergere* wtifa mirror front*,
SaSJaM (land* . carved ru*ewo 4 ceoiar i? ..?*. with Egyp?
tian. Mar* gold and while Italian marble lops; car>eu
mahogany sofas, tete-a-tete*, *a*y and spricg-seal parlor
ctialrai papier in ache, pearl inlaid, center and work la
blea, lie
CHtMSsa Fcsnitisb ?Rosew<k>d, mahogany, black
waJDUl and aoaiueied i b*mber furniture, in *eU; marble
top t. re* .. and wash stands, wardro ies,lounge*, cottage
chair*. Ac
Diniaf>BooM 4 M> Luasav FiaaircaB ? Exusnslon
and other dlblng tables, mahogany chairs, sideboards, li?
brary hook cases, lounges. Voltaire and easy cbslr*, **fas
tr.d card tables. also hall furniture, vis Bronx* and Iron
hat stands, hall chairs, Ubies Ac Sofas, tete-a leu-a. dl
vars, i rm acd rocking cbalrs. earv*d mahogany tprlng
***t cl air*, varb.ut pattarna | otbimans, conches, starb I e
top center, side, pier, fancy and other tables, sewing
ctatrs, e .itage bedsteads, he. fce
Catalogues ibe morning of aale
Girods purchased to go out of ih* city can he packed for
tblpplr g at a reasonable charge, or they can remain lo the
store unit! the 1st of May, fre* of charge at it*
a si ho*t J Blebckcb, Aocrlooeer.
?Wl BUILDING LOTS ON SIXTH
?Jr\J avknu'E. Fifty-fc?-th and Fifty fifth st*. al Aae
Uon.?ANTHON Y J BLEECKfR wU safl at public Auc?
tion on MONDAY, the Mm day of April. 1851, at tb* Mer
ttitZ'S fxebasge, the following 7siuable Lots of Ground,
V12 I
SiXTfl-Avsjtce - 5 valuable building lots situated on and
next tbe southwest comer of Sixth-avenue ar d Fifty-hfth
St., three of said lots fronting on th* avenue and twooa tbe
stree.; each lot belog in ?ue 25 feet front and rear by 10S
feet tn depth.
FiFTT-ru tb ?t -Also, 3 lot* on the south side of Flfty
fSPb-s?., betweeo Sixth aid Seventh avenues, commencing
I I frei west cf SixuVnvenue, earn 25 feet front sod rear,
by 1?* sect 5 Inches tn depo. Alto. U lots on u?*tontA sie*)
>t Fifty fifin st. between Statb and Seventh avenue*, eecn
-reLdng I fee*, east uf tb* Seventh avenue; eaenlot25
by WS fees 5 loche* In depth.
KriTV lOisTH st ? Also. S lots on the onto side of Ftf y
fcurh-st. Between S'xtb and Sevesjth siisuie* i oatanni
log 150 feet west ol bHxth-arenae; each lot 25 feel by loo
lb*t 5 inches Is depth Aiso, 5 lots on ihe north side ot*
Fifty-foonh-st. commercitg S5e feet east of Seventh a ven?
ue ; each lot of the snme dimensions Mans of ihn abova
property, with term* and further particular*, can be bad of
the Aacuoteer. 7 Broad-at. (I.5SBi a2 18,10,124*.
ANTHONY J BLKECKF.R. Aucilooeer
THE VALUABLE HOUSES AND
LOTS. No* l?-.i aad 162 Wouater-*i at Aacfioa -AN.
THONT J BLEFXKKR, wl'l at Aucrt *s on WED
NK8DAY. April ?. 1851, at 12o'clock,at lb* MsvcuaaaaV JEkV
Change, the idiowtngra hiebe prone r*?. vix wT%)
Qm Wo ?t s k-,T?The two reftieftle 2-elory and attic brick
nouses and iota of ground koowo as No*. W> and 162 Wootv
ler-*L betweeo Prfnee aad Boost >n sts ; (aid iota basaaW
stach ht six* 24 Aast t Isadsaa bs front, by 75 fe*M In depth.
nweigage. For further partiruur*apply *S tb* Aoevjceasaw.
78roadtt fL528|_ a2 WFMTaWdfj
D. 8 11 ecu.
THIS, TUESDAY, 8th in sunt, at the
Sales Room. 54 8e*km*n-st, at \r\ o'cU>ck pre-lsely,
a ?es*ral assortment of sec od band H .jsebold Forntture,
removed from Mutt st for ciovenierc* of s*Je, coosasctng
"f Sc fat, Boreaus Bedsteads Ma' Freoc* Chairs. Riykers,
Center, Csrd and Pier Tanke. Hair and Hu*k fHiilimi n,
l^ookrag-Olssaee, Eos raving*, a large tut of Oil Cloth and
Matting, two ?legael Brussels Parlor Carpets, 8mis*la.
\ et.etiax. and Stair do. several icgrali. do, and a variety of
niier ?00.I* MM -timeraied a3 H*
HiairH I.nw.- Aierthniw.
SUPERIOR Hot NKBOLD FURN1
^ TI RF. ?PBl V ATE STOCK of COSTLY WINES.
A HSftSV H Laibl A Cu will ?oil M an-non, on
WKDNESOAT. MA !???? ?* IS^cioea, at <*? C latec
r*mrm. cor*re Me Doug at-at jw B* HouseAod Puroliur?
Classed a Ikw re.Weeca, cmlinag of WIIloo
Ca/pet?, ?e . carved nww..M end rush tgaav Parier #?*?
aluve, severed i? broca-eiie piuek, A.c.. eaetar ?od ptar
table*, wu* markl* dp a-e b e lop-or mesas bare***; ***?
r? h**?pee? fare I iure: R.*ewe..d r ano-Forte*. Ou:utr?.
4c. RfSlsjlr*srj after ?h cfc S*M be told
About 204>4o*. 0f I rat qaalty WIum til Imported my R.
Bsdgs.Kso, **prs??iy bit own private rat*. mi ?V
S__ ? ? JE *~ Ksur, Atirtfoeaer
TOCKOF VAN, V DRY UOODS AT
j7Cim)ltMI-?C Kamp will toll A- morrow. Wed
n*?-"??. ?IA Im.. U t"iO??l f%, ih -emtreslock in the above
wore, be-nf ? well-ee ected Hoc* of rieb r.mwoadsriea,
fix Collars, Caflk, C*| ?, Cteauaait*. Tneeed and other
Lares. IneetOBg*, a rVfi vsrwtv of Ribbons, Hosverv,
Olovee, Liaen and Silk H**dieeh*eV ?mtbe*. Pur***.
* fine sseor intent of alegar i fa?*. Havre,. Braid*. Gtmp,
or Tt*?eia wtifi other kfrtrJas usually to ha fouad tn aixe*
of tbla deacrlpUoa. Sale peremptory ka Vota to *ait par.
ci aaera, to cioe* the eooeera. _ as St la*
W. A CakTik, AactdcwarT NtTTNe'e^av
AUCTION NOTICE-HOUSEHOLD
Fl RN1TI RE. at 8Y1 Paat Broadway, on TUESDAY,
M April, at 10 o'CiOrfc. ihe Furniture of a tare* atory hattae.
all Mahogany Sota*, da Parior Chairs wltb ?tu SM
backs. Brasseis Carpets Lace Window Curtaina. Center
Tables, two sets elegant Cat Candelabra* with rich eat
petdants. Divans. Ottomans, M**ogaay End Table?, do.
Sideboard*. Ingrain Carpeit. Mirh Post Carved Baietseds,
Dressing Bureaus; alao ot * of ('bickering ? Superior P*k?
ooforte* In erst rata order. Catalog a*a oa tea aaoraraf of
sal*._sASas*
A M SfSBwia AncQnaaar
Y BANGS, BROTHER 6c CO., Trad*
B
i Room* IS Park ?.w
iVAL-B B
REMOVAL?B. I A CO bare removed I? Use Wew
Store, 13 Park-row
MONDAY. May 12.
Rri.it *k tPBiN? Ptacai. Bale or ??cLie* aRI>
AMtauan Book*?The aooee ?a e will be he.d oa the
Kth May and following day*. The Kngltah cixntgnwaats
now on band are eerr large and at ractlre Cooetgnniauis
of American Book*"*rtouid be furnishes Immediately, as
the catalogues will be put to areas In a law day*._
Waltcs Obbenoick, AocUoeeer.
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE it Auc?
tion -w Oraeoc-igh A Co wiU tell this day at lo
o'clock at 34 RntgaratL (Br order of the Administrator)
FURNITURE, cooaUttng In part of lagva'u Carpets,
Tables, Cane Seal Chairs, It grain Stair Carpets. Rods,
Window Curtain*. Mahoge-v Krench Chairs. Mahogaay
Hair Beat Sofa, Mirror, Be* and Bed*teed?, Baresu and
Washttand. Pillow* and Bolster*. Ac. Ac
Pi a.io-One Rosewood Piano and stool, ?uperlor Inetro
meat._ a* U*
Trntoooaa Mallasy, Auctioneer.
HANDSOME FURNITURE, PIER
r.LASSK.S, PIANO ?ORTE kC-JOHlf, B. VAN
ANTWERP, a. Ill sell..n TUESDAY April 4. at I<?oelocA,
at 170 Henry *!, the entire Furniture contained In the
shove house, comprising a general assortment, together
a Ith the kitchen Furr-I u-e. with which the sale will com
leerce Csutlogues now ready, and can be had at the of?
fice,] I Wail-at. _mitt*
D 8. Hooch. Auctioneer.
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE?ON
\\ KDNK8DAY MORNINU st i | o'clock, at !? 0
Twentieth it., con*l?tlng in part of handsome *ofa ma*
hoginy chairs, rockers, carpets, superior plano-Axie, mer
hle-top table, girandoles, looktag glasses, Ived*leede and
bedding, hair mattresses, pa n lsgt, 1c. Sale cotnmeejee
wtik the kitchen furniture_aSSl*
Sis. Li uit. Auctioneer,
WILL SELL on WEDNESDAY, 9th,
at Its A'lee*t at to, o'clock, the Kitchen, Parlor
and Bedroom Furniture of a private family leaving the city.
aJJt*_
1VEW AND SECOND HAND FUR
II NITUKE selling cheap at YSpruce-sl ??H)single and
double bed*tead?, mutt be sold to pay alvaaces, sullatue
for hotels and boartiing-houiesi feather beds, mattress as,
oilcloth, baiting, pine, cberrv. black walnut and mahogany
labies, bureau*, looklpg-glasse* counter* office chalraand
euthlon stools, wsrdrobe*, (bow case, wood,cane and
ruth seat chairs_sS It*
rpO MANUFAITTURERS.?The pro
X perty ind effect* of the Rope and Rigging Company,
sltusie si Souiervllle, Stale of New- lersry, will Ire sold at
auction on the 9lb dsy of April neii, m die premises, st I*
o'clock M. to ike highest bidder The property consists of
S lubitanual brick hutldtne. a> feel by IS* feen, four ? tor lee
blgh, with a brick building adjoining for hieacatng and dry.
Ing. Also, a large hoarding b>tu*e, near the factory, to
Sliter with all the machinery In laid mill for the maculae
of Duck from Amrhtean Hemp The machinery la
suffcienttorthemsrufactur* of sn bolu of Duck dally, Is
In perfect order, and the whole establishment can be put In
working order In 4* hoar* The power I* furnished by
wtier, taken by canal from the Ksrtiari river. The sstab
n*' inen11* about two boor'* rble bv railroad or ttea uboat,
from New-York City. Por further particulars sppllcailoo
?hould be made to the Agent, at the premises, lo MOSES
H. UR1NNELL.78 Bouth-st. or ur UEOROB Cl'RTIS.8
Wallwt., New-York. _ rn!7 lAJ
DEWITT A: DAVENPORT'S (Tri
bune Buildings, Nassau-it)
CHEAP PUBLICATION DEPOT
Livirrw exerts, No. J6| A capital No.. Dries Ut ?8.
HICMAKU ttr tunk, price wVts
ROSE DOt'OLASS, price V) eta
In Press, ready on the lith of April,
REBELS AND TOM KS, or
The Blosd of the Mohawk, by Lawrence Lahre?, Etq
Al?o, ready on the 2Stb of A prll,
THE HEIRS Or I) ER WENT WATER,
By E. M. Blam barl. itrlce .'4) cents.
DK WITT A DAVENPORT,
a? It Tribune Bull ling*, Naiiau it
BAIN'S WORM K11.1.ER?More
children annually die ftoin worm* ihtn from all other
causes coin tlned Tnese " Hille riii/ens"caa Lesarad and
siade healthy.
BAIN'S WORM KILLER
removes the worms and makes Dsn little patient perfectly
well. It never falls. KMdSSV ?tuplriea the worm* and
drlvee Ibees from the syaiem wlin..ut ttie least Injury, and
always doe* good. It i? ibe only InfsJ.title. Worm Remedy
ever trade It is a pleasant tyrup that all children will
gladly lake, and *?k for mtee It contains no mercury. Ii
Is the cheapest and lest worm deitroyer In the world
The hollies ers Isrge, ai d tell at only OS cents.
Read the symptom* ol the a in 8*8 Pain In thejotaliand
.luibi, i ffVhslve breath{ picking at die nose, grinding of
the teeth during iieey | aaS at tune* a paleness about lha
lip*, with fluihod chrek* bi> eaiug at ihe noae,? gnawlas;
?eniaiit-n In the ssossach fls?he?..f heat overuielurface
af the body,slight rhu t or thirerlugs, h-ad*rhe, drowsi?
ness, verugo, toipt-r di*turiM<d dreams, sadden eurSng la
lleep wlib fright sad serraniitv ...me.i.nes a troublesome
rough, feverlehnets, ihlrsi, paiud hue, fit*, bad laste in lha
mouth, difficult brsaihtbg, psln In tke stomasa or bowels,
fatigue uauiea, *q<jesit,i.rn i r..- *sjg appetite, leaa
nets. bloated *iom?rb or Ibnbs, grt| ings, (booting pains la
various pari* of the body, a sense of snrnetblng rising In
Ihe lb. oat. Itching ol the ?.ut toward night, a (7e.|uent da>
sire to pass something from the bowes, and sometimes
discharges of slime sod mucus
All those miserable rVellr s are banished by Bain's
W::Z ?ii*r. ?rust no omermC^c^or,h,em,a''M*
may be lost. Bold at 104 Nassau-si, BW of AM' bP ?
TOI S? Y, sole genera' agent for the proprietor,
an im MTkASA
ATRIP TO EU ROPE.?A Gentleman
propeiirg to visit Kti'.p?., leaving In Jane andre?
turning in September, would ike to tale charge of five Intel
)<gept, beeiihrul lads, er of as meey loung ladles tae latter
on Some accoentl beleg preferred Liverpool, OubllO, Bel
fa?t, Olasgow, Edinburgh, the Abire, Psrii, London, Ihe
Wot o i Pair, and n a., other matleri of loterest could t>a
comprised la the tour. Witn regard to character. Inieiii.
grace, and sperlal adapt-nness, the m.tstsaiisfariery refer?
ence* can tee given Asttmated erpeose, from eight lo
twelve bandred dollars Parent* having troth the abbity
?ad tbe disposition to avail 'he-?se|res of this opportunity
ol advancleg theerruca'lon of their children will please ad
freas. prepaid, EDUCATOR, Bos U>, Bror^klyn. New
York, at
DAdUERREOTVPE.?THE SCALE
PLATE8 -Taete Pistes are warranted to be perfsct
and to give to tbe Daguerrelan itnpreeslon a richer tone
than any others. The tubse Iber Is sgenl f tribe French
mtnafaciurer* and wtij ted them a Its the privilege of re
"i'ning s'y'bst wt-uid not give the most complete aatla
faction. [aiTrw] VICTOK BIIHOP, 23 Msldaa-lsaw).
TO HATTERS."-Tbe Stock, Fixtures
aid Good will of the Hst Establishment 10 Bowery,
are offered for sale. There seldom offers to an enter
,' ris.ng party so favorable an opportunity for engaging In
the business ss this present* Tae coucem has a wtde
tr-read celebrity for making a tuoaa-ior art cie of Hats and
a vary extensive run of cusb m trade which with proper
attention, may be retained aod l Mi eased. Terras most lib.
eral. Apply at the Store_?jg It*
THE WAY TO SCHOOL.?U. S.
SCHOOL AOENCY, 2*1 Broadway, sejUbllatuxl
1847, lor teaehevs, pupils, Ae^?Capital furttsnad by tha
Psirofls, viz many of asS beet InsOuiuooa, famtUea aad
teacher* through ml the lfbk,n. Termt, oae per cent, oo
one year. Circulars grau* Apply personally or past
paid Reference* exchanged
as >t*_K. H. WILCOX. ProywAnr.
*AaEED BARLEY,?Dornetshire of su pe
?3 rior qoalty. very bright and neavy, Joss srrlved front
Ecg and. for saie by
ad Arts* SAM'L MILBANK. Jr U Madls.m-st
DR, BANNINO'S PATENT BODY
bRACES sad other mechanical applianeea. Office,
Ml B' ad way for relief of CoesumpUon, Dyspepsl*. Oe
nenl Debility, he > tfls
Top (>TA-ters,
IsMtvisf. 4>f sale ?t
JA to )i teeteach, aad various Saaivsag, Aw sale at SSO
Bowery.
G?ENUINE CREMONA ^lOLINSU
'A Oenatne Beetner Viortn teasT 2S0 years eld. and s
fee A mad, may be seen lor a rae* days at chnstmaa's
emit fore, ?i^Peari-st Thaw**!!' be sold f<rr rnfh lose
thea ?swtr vatse In Europe, ba**0*****"*1****1- **
TWERtlSEM?NTS srs bamrtwd fat
/ ?che beat Papers e* SwMS Clues sad Towns ?I V B.
PALM PR'S Arreeeeryfng Agericy Trihana ?Tatidtaf. e^ISkf
OLD COUNTRY Sc GERMAN NEWS
ROOM, 106 Bowery?L?sdtng English, Scotch Irish
at.: y-.-n.an Paper* every woea Open daily. mJu lot*

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