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NEW-YORK DAILY TRIB UNE.
VOL. X.NO. 3113.
NBW?YORK TRIBUNE
THE SfWMK DAILY TRIBUNE IB PUBLHHE0
EVERY Mi**NING (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED,)
** "VB.B TtltUkrt tVil.Dllvee, CoasiB or tPBUCB A*d ha*.
tAV 'TR^ETS *J**fMPn THB CITY BALI..
'AM 1-Mrer-jd ;0 City B?h*rrther* for |fjj| f>-iia p*rw?M;
?r, wtteri Birr prefer, fteT coo pay in advance ti in* Deefc
for tlx nv-.nth* or ay*** at (he tame rate. Single coplea,
Two Cent* M*l! ffabecrttvr?. Uro Dollar* per annum, ha
?*raj*-e BuhaerlpnonB taken for tlx mmtht. For three
wotiia, fi y> Three Doi:?r* lr> advance required la on
?acTJonfe* wt*? Cocntry Newspspert Dally P-.per? r*?
'"""-?1 ?t ihJ* cflice whose term* va blfber f.aalhoaeof
*be Trtbo** are noi allowed aoy difference.
JLrTO.lSH wkkki.v tkibtxr.
A VERY LARGE PATER FOR THE COUNTRY, la
?ol)ii*u'vI every s Uur.i,^ Mvmmu, *t the low price of fi
aar aoxnm In advance. Eight coplea for fin, .>r iweot?
?*oowaddrr*afor$20, and ibepaoerln no cat*c >>
? o*yoad ihe dine for which Ilia paid. A Werti*nm*nui
tor UZb (beet will be charged 2?. cu. ??r ioeeach tee-j ,Q
THK -*K m.w KKKI.V Till HI >r:
la ?eatdUhed every i+'-dneeaVtr and Saturday mooing.?
r"oeas-per annum. Two eoplee for %i. Tea for $20
?va^rwrttaemenu. 8 cent* * tine each insertion.
' ? ??
THK NEW-YOKK TH.IBUNB
roa aoaora** ciacoLATioa
IsaebUebed on the departure of each Mail Steamer for V?
arpool. Price N cU t wpy, or B4 per year, poatage Included.
THE NKVV-i ORK TKJB?P4K
*wm CALiroanu. oaecon and tub *a?dwic" islabtm
la pnARshed on the departure of each Mall Steamer for Cos.
area, rnce, 5* eenta per copy.
GREELKY fc McELRATH. PabBMiera.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
ft? I nie? IHvlelon Ma. \>, t*. of T. \ I
teeming of I nion Divi*ioo No. 2 8 of T win be held at
fml?. P."" ' 10 Ho"'?y. on WEDNKSUAY EVEN
list*, mb teat, at m o'clock. Several eminent Sp-akera and
Singers will he pretext The mern'rera of the Order in
prrjeral, and the public, are re*pectf?lly Invited to attend.
The d embers are requested to be present ai 74 o'clock for
the traoeaciron of butioeta.
_8AML INSLEE, Chairman.
taf* Flae Arta.-8IO.NOR PIATTI. Sculpt,.,-, from
Italy. taviDk- hmibed two large Mamie S'.atuint for Mouu
menu in Green wood Cemetery. In vitoa hi* frleoda and all
Ainaieurso! the Flue Arts, to visit bts studio, wolch wi'l
be open for Die Free Exhibition of the said Siauiet, from
MONDAY the 7ih until TUESDAY, the 22d of April at 102
gnat Twenty -:.rn s: ,7 lama*
?m~~ Tba Aaaaal Meeting of the NEW-YORK
CUY81 NDAY SCHOOL SOCIETY, of the Meibodl-t
Episcopal Church, wLI be held THIS EVENING, iu the
Mulberry-tl. Cburrb. al 7f o'clock. A brief abetraci fr ?m
the repot la of the several aaaoclalloo* will be read, and ao
atidreea delivered by Rev. Mr. Fosraa. Pastor of inn
<aaWOB. B9U?j_J. V. WILLIAMS, Rae. Secretary.
la* A llama far All! MANHATTAN BUILDING
AbSOU a'I ION - Share* *Ki(t_Monibiy due* oniv ti ?
Book* are now open to receive auoserlpions. at fieSev
lar>'e oftiee, ?0 Naaaau *t. where Rule*. Prosperities fid
aiiy informa Ion, win be cheerfully furntaheJ. Tne advan?
tages offered by tht* association are far superior, aid tie
principle* more liberal than any that bare he retofore been
presented lo Ihe public. Person* desirous ofjolnlog at the
preaent rale*, mutt do so at once, owing to the Kreai la
create of the value of ?bare*. OSCAR K HAvVI.EY,
_"y aast*_l*retldenl pro. tem.
IV Lan* .* ,aarlatlaa.-1N I) E P E N D K N r 110 M E
Au.iOClATION No u, meet every THURSDAY EVEN*
IBB.Mtaal B*ker*,H?u*e of Call. 1270 aod-at near BroaJ
way, al Ik o'clock. Thoae who dettre to acijuire a Home
sir ad wlllioat allowing lo speculators a lar?e per centage
on ihelr purchase of a village lot, will avail tbeiuseselves
of the plan ottered by 1 No 2." Weekly Instalment* on
one acre, $i, hall acre, tl, quarter acre, .so eeult.
fc?9 2t* k A BAlLKY. Pretldont.
?wT The VV erld'a Fair.?Tb?*e wtm latHnd riatuot
Europe ar? requeateo looroplo atT' TTLE SEmporlucn,
IflS Broadway, and exBitiiue bl* excelleot Btsoiimeot of
trsrelers' dressing cat?-s, porimtntea-is, trave er*' com?
panions, pocket and cane nuitirellaa, 4ic At Tl TTLE'8
Emporium may be found ine largest ataorimern of fancy
aad uaeful arilcfea In thtt couotry, embracing opera-glataet.
rich fan*, domino n ull, gold and tiiver pencils, music
boxe*, work boxet, baby jumpert, toy*. 4ic. The price*
ate twenty per cenl. ieta man the usual raiet for fancy
toodt. arid Hie pr.rel* dttlinctly marked on each article.?
\t*llera alway* we.come. aS'iiMWAtK
, mtf~ Tha.TlaohiaBlce' i natltata tit* reiuored to the
large Mi 'ting at the junction of Uivmon st anl the Bow
ary. (7 Bowery.) and win there open a MECHANICAL
MUSEUM and POLYTECHNIC EXHIBITION, aa toon
at the neca??ary arrangement* can be made. Inventors
and Anwar* desirous to bring their works luio public no?
tice, win please communicate wlih the Actuary. The Li?
brary and Reading Room has been tattefglly ntted up. ou
the first lloor, and It now optsu for members and apprec
Ucee.
Term* of Membership-?| im lnltla?on fee, and $2co
yearly due*. Apprentice* free.
Str?ngen ar.d seafaring m?n are Invited lo vltlt the
Reailing Room, at ihelr pieaaure, during their atay In the
C**J_ /.ADOCK PRATT. Preaidenl
T. C. Dona, Actuary. m2MbiMW8
t\J- By reference le Taa Tribune ar Suo of
Fiiday, Uli Mat. it will be aeeu that I loai tne day previous
a consider able turn of money In Hank bl'lt. I have since re?
ceived ihe tame through ibe honesty of one of the Stage
Driver* on Ihn Knickt.Oocker Lloe, (Mr ALEXANDER
TAXTEN. Urlver of SUa> No i. l,i a-d I lakt- itiofi p.oa
?bralu ecko4>wl?da;uia u, taia anaduer ray Ulll.f IllVtll to
him. aui.i uf taiUuductua Mm to ibe pobltc. thua paylnR to
honesty the tribute It deserve*, and which It rauai invaria?
bly receive | a? 11* | OEO. W. COOPER
OT A. II. Miller ,v Co.'a i uli'ortiin Cxprea*
Wlildiapairh their next freorku per CKKSCHINT CITV,
April Id Tbl* 1* Ihe only California Expreaa with their
owu farlllilea on ihe Uibrnu*, and thai baa ibe coniilence
of ibe New-York loeuranre Companiea. Our gooda, per
Creerem City, Feb 2H. wereslnpped trom Panama, March
IS, per mail ?leamer Oregon, and documeolt now la our
oftica, 14 Wall at , New-York. Refer lo the Atlor Mutual
I nturance Co., Ac. kB at*
Orsnatea lalaad Kuncv Dying Kamoliab
BBaaL.-Oftce, No. 3 John-si, New York. Tbe Prodrle
lors of thtt eaubiubmdnt, whose Dying and Flulshlng
bar" been so lonn and favoralily known to the community,
are ready to receive order* for dying and cleaning SUB,
Woolen, Comm. Linen and Fancy goolt of every detcrln
Moo In the beat manner._
al5 im? BARRETT NEPHEW8 fc CO.
" Fair traaaaa inart'a unnarial rare aB*bara{
And beauty dra?? u? with a unr.'? hair '
IV To rreeerve the llulr in a beautiful and natur
al color, use Boole's Tremium Electric Hair Dye; and to
rettore Ii in bald place*, aad keep It in a hue healthy con*
dltlon, ute Bogie * Hyperion Fluid, which leavea the hair
soft allky, and floaty. May be bad, with Bogle'B otber
?reparations, of A B At D Bandt. 1W Kullon-tl.; Ruthton,
larkea. Co, 271 Broadway, IVu. H. Gary fc Co, and
Drtigglttt throughout the Union. a* 11
T* the Ueaf.-Conieiiipitied Removal ?Dr. LL'TE
NEK'S Kar Ii :.rn *rv for ibe Exclusive Treatmeni *f Ear
D'? aae* will be removed oo the 1st of May, lo 371 Broad
Way Durlug the Interim ba can be conaulied from 9 till S
at Broaoway ; en trance thiough Waterbury* Furnitb
tog Store._ml8 lm?
XrlirTjT W. Ktdfleld, PHYSIOGNOMIST, 41
Barclay at_tv9 Im
IV ClHy Keatltal Aaaaelatloa.?The tlxth an?
nual Fe*llT*U In commeinoratitm of the natal day of Hbnbv
Clav will be beld at the Apollo, on the eveolog of the I2th
Inat. Door* open at t> o'clock. Feailval romineoclng al 7
precisely Ticket* can be bad oo application lo the Agent
al ihe Express newtptper otlice, cor Wall and Nassau-#L
Bv order of the Executive Committee
SMITH J. EASTMAN. Chairman.
ItAAt Wa. SeitTK, Secretary_a7 lw?
lr? Neilee lo the I'ubllp. -Cm In- BCT4NftDa>
rABTMBBT ? It having come te llie knowledge of thla De>
partmeot thai large quanuuet of unwbo eaotue and poiaon
oua vral. by reason 04 beln* dl*ea*ed froai various cause*,
baa been and la dally introduced into ibe City for the pttr>
poeea of caie and rouaumptioo i and whereaa, a hituly
oeleterlous effect may be exeried ou ibe puMic bealtb by
the ute of auch dttea*ed veal, therefore the public are
hereby cautioned agalntt lit purchase or ute
The Heanh Wardeet are hereby instructed to be vtgt*
lent In their efforta to detect person* thua violating the
law* relative to ibe PuMic Health
captama of Police, Cierkt of tba Public Markau, sad
other persons, are requested to aid thla Departuvaai to
detect and aj<preheud per*.?* veodtDg or peddling such
eUteeeed meal A. W. U HITE, Ctiy lot pec lor.
New York. April 7,18il._a8?t
CP** ( arpatrattloa Node*. ? Tba Committee on
?tree-U of tba hoard of Antennen will meet a.) par lie* la
tar a* led In the widening of Wall-al, alao the wideniug of
lekberty-at, on Thursday. April 1*4at9 o'clock. P. M In the
Chaiu'-er of ibe Board of Aldermen, Cliy Hail
JONAS t CONCKLIN, >
WARREN CHAPMAN. < Com oo Street*
PATRICE KELLY. \
New-York. April S, Dil. at LAIS
A;
W ANTS,
Chambermaid, Children's Ma. .
- Wa.tr ess \ c by two ret pec table young womeo. one
to do chamber wort or attltl to waahlng and ironing, ihe
other to take rare of children, or aealei to wailing. The
?wet of city reference gtren. Call at 277 Mottet, teeood
floor, front room. _ *** M*
AS Chambermaid or General House?
maid io a small family, by a res pec takle young wo?
man wuh beat of city refereace. Apply at ttB] Third-ay.
Can be aeett for two daya. _aS 2t*
AS Chambermaid and Laundress, or
Nurse and Seamatraaa, by a reapectable Proteataci
OlrL Can be tees for 2 daya. from lt>ttilS,ai67 Bood-at.
a ;f
S Chambermaid, Waiter or Nurse, by
_ k a reet.eelabr* young gb-1, lo a reapectable family Ha*
ao obiecuua io go to ibe country for the Summer Good
City reterenc*. Can be aeen tor three dayt at 43 Lafavetta
alacev_aJlf
AS Cham hub. ma id Rnd Waitress, or as
Cblid'* Nurae aad Setmtiret*. by a reapectable girl.
Uaa the treat of city refrreoce from her last place Itxralra
In Mr ORE'S shoe store u, l'aeinc at, between Court and
Boerum at* Brooklyn. a.' if
AS Chambermaid and plain Sower, by
t reapectable young women B**t of clly reference
given. Can be seen tor three dayt at4 Kurtnan-at, Par
ker't Collage, South Brooklyn. a
AS Cook, by a respectable woman. Can
give good cliy reference, aad ha* ao objection to go a
few mile* in the country. Call at St Leroy-**. to roar of
Bedford-*!. Can be aeen tor two daya._?0 ll*
AS good plain Cook and rir*t-rate
fl.Buidreee. by a reapecUlla woman who ca i ?ive
the beat of cliy reference a tmall p'irale family ars
ferred. Call at 12 Cottage place, HaocockeL aft?
As Cook, Washer and Iron*-*, by a re
tr* rab'e warnen, who it a food baker. Tne beet of
c'ty reference een be given. Call at 331 Bowery. in ibe
rear, for two geys. jffja
AS C\m>k, by a respectable, middle.sged
**? Woman; and her dangb.er, 1? yea** of ago. wants a
?utiatlon as Chamber naid or to use care of Children. No
ol. rriL.rj io ,,0 a little way In the country. Baal of city re
?*7*B*> ran be given at 1V7 Sixib-av between E eveoth ?r.d
TwelfXh sts. To l>e ??ea for two days. |eH IlA
As Child's Nurse and Chambermaid,
by a reepectable young woman. Can be seen at 66
Twelfth-it where she Is at preeect employed aUSt*
As Nurse, by an experienced person.
Can lake charge of a child from Its birtk. Good city
reference. Apply at 333 East Eighth si, between Ave?
nues B aid C. a9 It*
As Seamstress ?nd to do light Cham
berwork. or to travel with a lady, by a respectable
yonngwomaa. Can procure the beat or eitv reference.
Call at 153 Tblid-avenue. second door from fifteenth si.
?a 3t'
As Seamstress, or as Childsmaid, by a
reapea-iable Protestant girl. She Is a good dreasma
ker, underatend* cuttlnrana fitting ladles' and chiidreo'a
dresses, ar d is also a good ehlrtmeker. Can be seen for 2
dsys at 15-i Eaat-Eleveaih-st Best of dty references given.
As Waiter and Chambermaid, by an
experienced Young Woman, in a private family. Bbe
can bring good city references. Apply at 74 Grove-st.
Ctn be seen lor three days. a7 3f
As Waitress sad to mind Children, or
do light Chamber work by a respectable young girl,
with the beat of city reference. Apply si 31 Macdougai-tt.,
front base met l oil li*
Amiddle-aged PROTESTANT Wo.man
wants a iltuatlon. Would pre'er waiting upon an old
lady. Ha* no objection to go In the country for the sum?
mer, or to New-Haven. Can come well recutnmen led.
Can be aeen for a weak. Call at 3.9 TMrd-av. a7 it*
A gents.?Wrhted, eight or ten thor
/ Rough gmuf and Intelligent men, to *ell a valuable
business publication throughout New-York and BkS Eaat
eru stales. Also, a competent man to ?eil In Bo, ton and
vicinity. For particular*, inquire personallv, or, If by let?
ter, postpaid, to MERCANTILE, 1<?9 Broadway, ?econd
floor. ?7 st?
Agents.?Wanted 100 Agents. From
AM) to 1100 a month, clear of expenses, can be made
In selling a new work for families, containing the famous
washing receipt Addrea*. poet-paid. 'American Family
Publication Establishment," 128 Nassau-tt., second floor.
taUi lm*
Agents.?Wanted, Young Men from
the country, who do not wish to work on a farm, can
nuke from *vi i,, $m p?r montkon Dr Skinner's new Fam
liv Work Csll tmraedtkiely, or address 1. W. PARMklN
ter. 83 Nassau *t, pott paid. m22lm*
A"gents.?To Persons Got of Em
plotment.?Agents are wanted In every awti?Q ol
the United Bute* to aell New and Popular Pictorial Works.
For particulars, please call, or address (postpaid)
ROBERT SEARS, 128 Nassau-*i.
Now Rrsdt?The "Family Vlslter," for April, a hand
tome Pictorial Sheet, or " Guide to the World's Fair "
Price 6* cents single, $4 per 190. m22 lmDA W
BOY.?Wanted, a Boy of about 15, to
sttend In the Mechanic* ln-tltute Llbrsey. Salary,
per week Apply to m dod D. at the Room*, 7 Bow
ary. _a9 If
I)>OY.?Wanted in an ollice, a Boy who
-* ?" can write a fair band and give good references One
who Urea with his parents would be preferred. Apply al5
Broad-it from 2 to 5 o clock P m. a9 2t
BOY.?Wanted in a Custom-House
Brokers Office a trnart intelligent lad, from 14 to II
rears of age. He must write a good hand, and realde with
bis patent*. None but troy* of genteel address need spply.
Address F. A Co, at the office of this paper, In the hind
r riling of the applicant. a* It*
CCarpenters.?Wanted at Bedford,
) Brooklyn. L. I , four good Carpenters to whom steady
employment will be given to the first of August. Inquire
of JAMES McRee._ _ a83r
CLERK.?Wanted, a Youth in a Drug
Store; one acquainted with the business preferred.
He must he of good habits and manner*, and able to give
reinectabie re'erenrea as to chara:ter. Apply at 1*8 01*
vltfoi -?t , cor. of Walter at a.i 11
C
CLERK.?Wanted on the Firm of May
an experienced Clerk in a Family Grocery without
liquor*. An American prefer re,l Salary liberal. Addr ??<
with name, reference o.e., GROCER, Tribune office. a8 'A'
("CLERK.-A young man of business
'hehlte I* wanted to tuperirtend a detirable butlneii in
the lower part ol the city. A preference given to one
having a small amount of capital, and a sbsre of the profits
allowed. For further Information apply to 157 Broadway,
upstairs, back office. a3 2t*
CCOACHMAN?A steady young man,
''?trlrlly temperate, want* a situation as coachmsn, or
to tale charge of hortes In the city or country. Hull)
ohjecilooa to work in a garden or on a farm. Address by
noie. or apply to G. H., M7 Ei|hlh-av.. between Talrty
ninih and Fortieth ?t?. al 2r
OOK.?Wanted, a cook to g>> in the
country. ii milaa from City Hall, one who thorough*
understands her business and can be well recommended
with s personal reference tc her last employer, none other
need call. Apply at 188 Franklin-it. from 10 A.M. to 2 P.M.
aS3f_
C'OOK, &c ?WRnted a good Cook,
-'Washer and Iroaer Also a Nurse and 8eam*tre*i,
willing to do cbamherwork. Proteatant* preferred. To
competent and aultabla persona, a pleaaant situation I*
offered in a small family, one hour'a ride from the eity ?
Apply at 183 East Broad way, between the hours of II and
4 i.'clix k on Wednesday, (thia day ) a9 It*
DRY GOODS SALESMAN.?Wanted
an experienced Young Man well acquainted with the
Retail business, for Greexiwicli-st. Address G. J., Tribune
office._aS ?V
MPLOY ERS?The families of Brook
diyn and Its vicinity requiring such can be supplied
with excellent Servants in tie various domestic atatiom,
?urh as coachmen, waiters, groom*, gardener*, farmers,
rook*, clikinbermaid*, nurses, girls for general housewor k,
and ?mall girl*. Protestant? and Catholic*, at the Dotneet'c
Agency, 4 sands-st, basement, Brooklyn. ay It*
17*0 UND?April 3d, in one of the Hap
lern Railroad Cars, a Shawl. Inquire at 137 Broome
sl_a3 2t?
I7* U R N IT U R E.?The Subscriber is
about furnishing a ltrge hotel, and is desirous
ti purchasing the entire furniture of several families
break r g up housekeeping. The good* may be delivered
any time during the month of April. Cash on taking pos?
session. Address a Una to A. C C , Box 1.822. Post Office.
(GOVERNESS.?a Lady desires a
*. Situation a* GOVERNESS In the family ef a Widow.
er, with cliil.lren Skslats excellent Hmom and baa
been eugagtNl in Tetjcluag nianr veare. Address ELOiSE,
l\?t-l>ffice, New-Rocbele, N. Y Btatet eS 4t
JEU ELER.?Wanted, a Journeyman
Jeweler competent to do the repairing of a More, and
to manufacture. To auch good wage* and constait tan.
ploytneni wUl be given. Apply immediately at T1CE A
R GOERS'S, 12Y Atlaatic-sL, Brookhm._a>3f
HAT TRIMMERS?Three first class
bands sranted. Apply to LEARY A Co, Astor
House, Broadway._a? 2t
HOUSE?Wanted by a Gentleman and
his w.'e, who can give the moat unexceptionable re
faiences, a ?mall genteel bouse, or part of a house, io the
vicinity of Amity. Itleecker, or Fourth-st, near Broad wav
Rent must tw moderate. Aline addressed to TENANT,
at this ollice, sia?rg particular*, will meet with mmediai
elteetlou. aa 2t*
HOUSE?Wanted by a family of three
persons, large enough to accommodate a few fin;
c:*s* Boarders, ihe rent to be paid in board. Address
JOHN, Tribune office. Reference* exchanged. aS A*
HOUfcE?Wanted, a 3 story House, in
a respectable locatloo. weet aide of Bruwiway pre?
ferred. i wteb tt to accommodate a tew boarders Tu*
rent paid la advance, If not take* out In board. Referenda
glreo and required Direct R. E. Tribune Office. mlS lm*
1 IOUSE?WRnted to purchases three
J. 1 story lU-use, Marly new, with all the modere lm
proremeru, within half a mile of AbJjtfdon square. Ad
d.ess t:t mediately, stating terms and location, U M Box
133 Bub Post-office, Chatham square, at xaw2? Fv w?
OUSE.?PArt of a modern-built Hcuse
awaxMi by a family of three geown person*?s*t sec
itJi an
? nd door aid bases teat, or would divide a bouse w
uiber fawily. Address o r s, Tribune office.
HOUSEKEEPER?A young Woman,
fulry experienced in the du ties of a Hoosekaeper.
desires a situation She can gtve good rareren-ea as sS
ability and character. Waget cot ao mocn an object as a
rrirertab.e ar? agreeable ?ttua^on A note add res?. <d M
L'. N. W . Tribune Office. wUl rv\-?lve aitmOon a3 Jt*
HOUSEKEEPER. ? Wanted, "a~8niart
American. English or German warn an, a good rare
taker to Cook and aid In Washing and Iroamg laritra
at 31 Exchange-; lace._ajH*l
I J Ol SKK E K1' ER.?A highly re^p-a
Jk ? iVi widow Is dee iron* to obtain a Mtuatlor
ire! family tn Mew-York ar Brooklyn as honsokeepar Sae
la hilly corcpeient :o dlschsrge the dutie* drvo ?.;-.? :p m
*t,ch rrspoMlblliry. and csn gtve setos'actory referee-e as
U- ci ar*n -r ted capebl'lty, A note addressed to ho' Fatar
K F EPER. Tribune Office wul meet with !?i -ieei? * a;
muik B. A9 3.?
INSTRUCTRESS? Wanted, a Ltdy
-? of peasant tod cbeerfaJ d'.tpnaiUoo h> take cher/e. of
the tc-ieaii -r. of roar (i:r.#. oncer 12 y-of 4.??. ia 4 fem
1 y 4 few mile* from th* ci:y. Nooe need apply except
they can fnrtilih the beet recommendation* of ctoacttv of
[etching all the hrtxrbea of a food Entflieh education.
Addreai COUNTRT. at thia cffice, with relereoce*. mo1.*
L~ITHO< iRA PHER?A first rate Lnho
grapber ? art'ed : one who understand* both Crayon
and Ink work, would be preferred, Good cere-re-ee*
would be require*. Addree? J. H. BUFFORD. MO
WirtrtEfton-et Boeton, Mae*, stating term*, Itc a9 1 *r*
MATHEMATICAL TEACHER.-A
Teacher of experience Wtfl lottrorl in tchoolt or pri?
vate pupil* In Arithmetic. A'febra. Geometry. Naeirau m.
Surveying. E4g1oeertng. Drawing, Perspective, wtth plan*,
profile*, chart*, i.e. Addre** Trigonometry, Trlbaae- Of?
fice._?7 '">?
JillLLWRIGHT.?Wanted, by an n
LIM peri?need young man of ?teady hab ta, emp'oyment
a* Mi?wni hiand Bitterup. Andrea* M. W. N Trouo*
office. a8 St?
o
CCUPATION. ? A Gentleman from
the Country of eatebluhed character, want* to be
connecud wiJi ?ome active battuea* In thlt crv He
a oold accept the place of Clerk or Awl*.ant until te he?
ran e fan, jar with city arrangement* Aterwaid be
would become 4 partLef, and inveet from three to fire
bunlmi dollars He b** a featfly, and can rive the beat of
reference. Adtiresa COUNTRY, at The Tribune i,Hice.
at st*_
ORGANIST.? Situation wanted, from
the 1st of May, In any Church or Chapel In the dry or
vicinity of New-York, by a firtt-raieorgaoiat, wbo can give
the heal relereoce* about hi* character and mtutcal abintl-*
a* an orranlst and 'eader of a choir. Addre** N N . Ore
gnnhu. Tribune Office. a8 M*
PARTNER.?Wanted, a Partner,
active or allem, with from $100 to ll.wo, In a light and
genteel business already established. The buslneea will
pay t"0 per cent. The fund* required are wanted to manu?
facture stoci for sale Address, postpaid, A B . Cbatbam
Bqnare Post Office a8 St*
PARTNER.?A person having $6000 in
ruh, would like to connect himself with ao-ne one In
a well eatabiiabed and reapectable business to ibis city or
in thecouniry, not far distant. The best of reference given
sod required. Addre** PARTNER, postpaid, at this
otliee, stating the kind of buslr.ee* and wh?n Au counu
nlcstloD* will be considered strictly confidential, as it*
PLACES.?Situations wanted fur 500 ex?
cellent Servant*. C4thollc 4nd Protestant. 4s Cooks.
Nurses, Waitresses, Seamstresse*. Laundresses, Chamber?
maids, Housework Girl*, tie. Ai*o, men aa Pa-men.
Wal.en.\.- Note but s?rvants well recommended seui
from N. Y. Employment Office. 47?? Broadway.
a9 It* T P.8AUNDERS.
PLACES?Wanted situations for Pro?
testant Servants, of the first class, and every domestic
station, at the office of tbe Protestant Employment S >ciety,
7 Carmine-it, the orieina! 4nd only true Protestant Agency
In lids city Also, excellent Protestant and Cathode. Bay.
vanu, ai tbe old Society Office, j..; Cbambeit-it. Terms
reduced._a9 3t*
IPROTESTANT SERVANTS.?Wart
ed. altuations for most excellent Protestant *ervait*,
In ail the vsrlout domestic stations, at ihe Protective Pro
iretaM Agency, 432 Hudton-fL
N. B.?This is the beat and only reliable Protestant
Agency In ihn city Worthy, deserving Proiestmlt are
given place* free of charge. a7 6t*
OOM and two BEDROOMS wanted
'in a reapectable neighborhood, for a widow l?dy?
rent not to exceed ftSS?between Third and Seventh av?.
preferred. Heel or reference* given and required. Ad
drees .AH this office at 3t*
OOM. A:c.?Wanted from the 1st of
May, a pleasant unfurnished Room, together with
Bosrd In a private family, for a areotletnan and lady with
two children Location to he between White and Broome
au. and between the Bowery and West Broadway A4
dreis, slating rocaiioa, Ac, 8. C. R, Broadway Post Of?
fice, n ' 3tMW18*
2ALES-WOMAN.?Wanted in New
R
It
s
'York or Brooklyn, from the 1st of May, a tliuttlon by 4
Soung Lady as a Sale*-Woman In a Flower, Lace or c ?n y
lore Satisfactory reference given, Addre** ?. R MAY,
Brooklyn. atlw*
S^TIlTaTIONS.?Situations are wanted
for a great variety of good Servants, at C MASON S
Offices, tali and 424 Broadway, and 139 Bowery. Over .*?>
are ronsianilv op band. Great pains are taken to collect
?rood ?nee. Terrae? Vrmv autwerlptioo, So cent*; other
S.'.e'^rSoymve.f^ ^' can no a**" for any r^g*^
STORE ?A small Store, or part of a
Store. In Broadway, wanted. Tbe wlnJow will be
require! to exblbti Heraldic Drawing and Painting* la.
Direct letltrs stating ret t to
as 3t* WM. R. CLAPPERTON, 3tT7 Sixth avenue
SURVEYOR, RANGER, &c.-Want
ed, a competent young man to take charge of a luge
tract of wlid land In Northern New York. He will lie em?
ployed in furnishing topographical report* of the land, pro
lecur g the limber from waste and such other manag-mect
as may be required. The country abounds with game.
Address, with undou >t?d reference as to character, f.d the
low rst salary, to W , Box 2,357 Poet Office. N York, as St*
TEACHER?Wanted, a Lady experT
enced In teaching, of superior literary aeqnlrement*
and rt fined manner*, to take charge of ihe female depart?
ment o* the Academy at Goshen. Orange Couniv. New
York. Balary $300 to RV?. Apply to D L. TOWLE, at
Oosben, giving full particulars of qualification* a2 7ils*
TEACHERS.?Assistant Teachers
wanted, oae Lady and Gentleman in an Academy,
ne4rly lou miles from Ibe city. Fleet* send appncatlona,
giving age, references, qualincatloaa, amount of salary ex?
pected in addition to board, u , directed to ACADEMUS,
Tribune office aS Jt*
HPO JEWELERS.?A young man who
Jt thoroughly nndentanda the Watch ana Jewelry bu*t
nett. would like t tltutiton at St.etman. Apply at TIK
FANY, YOUNG A ELLIS'8. 271 Broadway. a? 2t*
jft I OiJYTO~82,000?TO MAN?"
qp i,mMw\J\J FACTURKRS?Wanted, by an active
person of thorough commercial habits, an lniarett In tome
respectable manufaeiBrtngbuslnest Will invest the above
amount, and will solicit ordert, do the outdoor business,
he , Ac. It a tingle nerton, and ha* an extent* ve acquaint?
ance m this City, Boston. Philadelphia and Baltimore. The
beet of references iMven and required Ad drees C. W. B..
Tribune Office, which will be considered strictly confiden?
tial, as 5r
BOARDING.
B
BOARD.?Two pleasant Rooms, with
Bath-room attached, are offered, unfurnished, with
Board, to a gentleman and lady with no children, by a
tmall private family. hi tbe upper part of the city Poaaea
Hon 1st of May. Apply at 3iy Fourth-avenue, after t P.M.
a7*wMWK*
OARD in a private family may be ob?
tained In a pleaannt part of the Seventh Ward for
two gee lien, en and their wive* or one tmall family. The
apartment* are airy and convenient. Addreat H J , Foat
CrBtco, boa Ijat._an ?t?
BOARD.?Two single Gentlemen can
be accommodated with Board and Roomi at J7 Irr?
ing place. A lull of rooms will be vacant very toon. Tbe
location is very desirable, and convenient to can and
stages. a< It"
BOARD.?Furnished rooms, with or
without full or partial Board, for two or three tingle
gedienten or oiler persons, mty be bad of a tma.1 privat?
family, occupying a house poiisattlng every convenience.
A fine healthful location, near ihe Blind Inauiutioo, with a
good restaurant near, and four stage routes within half a
block Only person* of correct babtta and lb oae wi ling to
nay a liberal though not extravagant price need apply ?
Box 2.&21. Poat Office. at far*
BOARD?Two Young Gentlemen who
would room together, might hod agreeable accom?
modation*, with partial Board, In a private family. In a
pleatant location, tear Waahiotlon-oark. Membert of
tome Evangelical Church preferred. Addre** 8. 8..
Broadway Poat Office. a
BOARD.?Second floor to let, furnished,
with or with oat partial board, to one or two atogie
gen tie men, containing a sleeps.- room, bath room, large
front parlor, pectrtew, Ac. Room* on the 3d floor can be
?pared If repaired. The boaee la occap'ed by a private
famiiy, situate In FrmnkUn-tt., near Broadway. Addreat
A. 1. at tait office alSt*
BOARD can be obuuned for gentlemen
4Cd their wlvee, or tisgle gentlemen, Ui * privat* fam?
ily, at 179 Hecry-tt. corner of Jefleraoc. a? Ji'o
BOARD.?Two square Rooms on the
tecend door, with bodroom* and cioeeu attached,
tollable for two Single Gentlemen or iwo Gentlemen and
their VMve* onlehed or anfurnithed. witn faJ or partial
Board, may te obtained from the ltt of May. No other
boerdert in the family. Baih room in ihe boate. Not
?trove Bond *t Addreat L. F., Titiane office. *7 St*
BOARD?And pleasant Rooms for a
gentletaao and bit wife and two alngw goalie**"*,
ran be obtained immediately, at 9 VartcheL, 3d door from
FranAQa. a7 St*
BOARD?Wanted by a gentlemen, wife
aad two rhlldrrc, with an nrf jraUbed front room,
wiia front bedroom ^n the second floor Loca loo to be ta
taevtrtrlty of Broadway, beteten Spring and T ?nil Ha
Re'ereceee given and rtqaued. A ad rose box ZjUP-m.
Office 47 ; ?
BOARD?Wanted in tbe. Coumrv. tram
ahoat tbe brat cl Jute? next, by a gemUemtn'a'd ar'V
child and cure*. In a bea.iby .oradoe. with dailr ac -aa ei?
ther by railroad or steamboat,excanveaievit. awfaatt BWt
and to: more thai. BiaajMa d'ttant feo e tbaci-e A - 11 . -
tiautg tern ? .ocatioe, kc, J tl, n-jx Poat-OinVa.
BOARD.?Three or four tingle gentle?
men can I* accommodated with plaatanl rooms end
parti*. beard, at 177 lira yn Brooklyn. Dear tha aV>ilh
Ferry. mil lm*
BOARDING?A gentleman of th^?iap
eat respectability wither tj mate an arrangement Bjf
hoard. He hat furniture tuffirieat to furnisha small boat.',
ai d hi* o?j#ri <* to h*?e a happy, comfortable and qun
bona. The Eastern part of the City pre'erred Addre?*,
with real tame and somber, f.L f , Trrrun*. office Tie
he?< of r?ft?reneee given a8 It*
BO A R D 1 N G.?A Private Family,
where'h?re are a few boarders, can acoomtn >dt:e.
ot the l*t of Mar. s Gentleman and hi* Wire, or two aln
lie Gentlemen, with a pleasant Front Boos, and Pantry
a.tachrd.at II Rutgers-it. at St*
BO AR DIN g.? Gentlemen and their
Wires can be accommodated with pleasaat rooms
and wluh i-edrwrnt and pan trie* attarh-i. from the fi-ti of
May Apoly at lw East Broadway. Reference exchanged,
as Iro*
BOAKDING.?Pleasant Room*, suita
able 'or Gentlemen and their Wtree or Single Gentle?
men can r>? bad at 137 Adam*-?l., near Iba Pal ion Ferry,
Brooklyn ax25 lm*
BOARD DOWN TOWN?Tw-.i suits
of ronni* furnished, on the seeond floor, (parlor* and
bedrooms conimanlraiieg) In Ike marble bouse 7 Broad?
way, opeoalte tbe Bowling Green, to let with board to
gentlemen and their wires, or to families of grown per?
son*._ at lw?
BOARD NEAR "UNION PARK.?
A hand tome Room and Bedroom on aeeond floor.?
Rooms 'or 9? n.lernen with full or V-aruel board- A suit of
rooms f.y 15<h of April Hot and cold Baths Apply at
ffA Broadway, four doors above Union park. Do not
move 1st of May. as Ji?
OARD IN BROOKLYN.?a gentle
man and wife can be ec*oramodeled with a room and
bed-room, with Board at 22 Band*' at, opposite Bt Ann's
Ctwch. _at lw
BOARD IN BROOKLYN.?Two or
three tingle gentlemen can be accommodated with
cleat act roc mi. bretkfaet and tea. wiih dinner on Sunday*.
In a private lan.lly. a few minutes' walk from Fulton Ferry.
Apply at 162 Washington-it. a? 41*
B15aRD~IN SOUTH BROOKLYN^
Gentlemen and tbetr wtvee. or single genllenen can
obtain board tt 9 Union-place, after the brtt of May Apply
before the first of May at M Tlbery-it. a9 tit*
BOARD IN WILLIAMSBURUH.?
A ger!eel private Boarding House will be opened
Ma* Is- it: Bcuib-Eighib at. A suite of rooms?room and
bed room- for famine*, and room* for genUemea. Thoea
w ho want pure sir. and a quiet lurae, can, for particular*,
call at M Broadway, np ?tatr?. front room, or address C,
box Jo. Wiiiiainaburgh Pott Office. Reference* exchanged.
a52w*
oard IN WILLIAMSB?RGH.?
'a small private family having more room than they
with to ocrupy, can accommodate a gentlemtn and nl*
wife, and two or three alngle gentlemen with board and
pleatant room* There I* a not, cold and shower hath tn
the home Apply at W'South Fourth tt Rereranca* ex?
changed. (So moving In May. as 3t*
B- ??RD"WANTED?In the immediate
neighbo-hood s/Cmshy and Bleecker tit. by a Gen?
tleman who withea to commence on or before the fi n of
Msy. Address Box 1,828, P. O._a8 It*
B"~ OARD WANTED?For a gentlemin
and hi* wife (teeond (lory front room preferred ) ?
Alto a room tultable for a physician's office. In either of die
following ttreets : Twenty-second-tt between Eighth and
Ninth avt, Twenty thlrd-tt between Seventh and Ninth
avs, Tweniy-eightn and Twenty-nln<h ttt between Eighth
and Ninth avs. Address H W. N TriouneOffice, a St*
B
B
|J>OARI) WANTED for a famit
? "?rksu.r ir*-?e-i*au* ** re*. ? a* MS rtti *.?*??. *jeawa> f arwfSJ r-w
mtxhsuTr'k tks.Vj prvfcrrtA; miut oo cut of Brot
BOARD WANTED for the Summer
seasor, In the country, within fifty miles of New Fork,
for s fsinlly requiring two or three rooms. A fsrm bouse
preferred Addrees, for the text fortnight, BJ Market-ii
stating tsrms. locstion etc ai 41*
BOARD WANTED?Parlor and Bed
rooms fur two or three gentlemea. with partial Board,
in south Brooklyn. References exchanged. Address let?
ter R. T, Tribune Office. ail it*
BOARD WANTED?In the vicinity of
Second-av. and Fifteenth-*! by a gentleman?room
nnfurnlthed, tuttsbie for an office. Referencea exchanged.
Addrest 8. G. J., office of this paper. a9 2t*
family of
...... ; a
preferred; must ou east of Broaulway.
Addr*** M , Bowery Post office. all 3t*
A"GENTLEMAN AND-WIFE can be
accommodated with large back room, and pantry ad?
joining, on *ecot d *tory Arao, room* to let to (tngle ree,
t -m-n on thirl *tory, with board at 6i Second W.i.
Hamibnrgh. Possession Immediately, and faral y small,
with few aelect boarders, and do not more on tbe I it of
May._a7 3t?
WRS. AUSTIN, having taken the new
ai d commodious boats, 74 Esst Fourteenth St. in tbe
Immediate vtdeity of I'nlon-park. would Inform gentlemen
u .thing to obtain superior furnished or unfurnished apart
m*nts. with partial board, If required, that tbe will be upon
the premltet to attend to any ca.lt, between the hourt of 3
AM.sr.d5PM_a>: MS*
ROOMS? Furnishsd Rooms for single
Gentlemea. wi'h or without breakfast and tea. can
be obtained at 2M Fonrth-av, near Union-square. None
but gentlemen of the first respectability need apply. a2 lm*
R[)OMS.?Two pleasant parlors, open
rg into sleeping rooms, fir gentlemen, with private
table tf de*in.-d. may be had at 2il 1 Greene-*t. near C tnton
piece,_aJ itMWtS*
R~OOJlS TO LET?With Board ins
p.ea- t-t location, on a (tage route. Hot, eo d and
thower ha ' * In the house. Apply at 3? Sevenih-aveoue,'
cor. of Thi'<eenth-*L al lm*
OOMS WITH BOARD from the
1*1 tf May, for gentlemen and their wives and single
reullen en. at St George's-place. Thuteenth-st Tka house
ha* ail the modern improvements, hi t and celd baths, Ac.
References given and required. Address H, box 1.216,
L* wer Post-office e9 3t*
OOMS WITH BOARD ?From the
-1 1st of May, for gentlemen aad their wires, and sin?
gle gentlemen, at 45 e*.d 47 East Broadway. Tha two
dwellings win ba connected. Hot, cold and thower Baths.
Apply at 4 ' Hast Broadway._at 2w*
TO LET?With BOARD, a large nn
furnlshed Boom, amiable for a Gentleman and his
Wife, with bath room adjoining, and a room for a single
En?eman. Also, rooms from tha 1st of May next, at 145
udtoc-st opposite St John's Park. Bafwanes required.
R
R
TWO OR THREE ?entael BOARD
EBS can be accommodated the coming Samner with
Board and Rooms, st a very pleasaat country seat, distant
from the city 2f' miles by Railroad or stage. The souse t*
large and airy, tha grounds sperioua and full of tree*, shrub
bery and flowers. A farm of tt*> acres attached, and loca?
tion health*ul Addre** Box 7iO, Post Office. sS It*
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TO PUBLISHERS
of beoaa bonad to ptaia aad ? egant atylaa with
and expedition._aa WaStf.a
OO'EBrSlDEKS' LEATHER.?Th?
R-^Banbaer.be r htt oa hand aad It eorjetanOy laetiitBf
Eaghah w.ored Surer*, colored Calf %\m\ French. Tur
k*y Moroeea, Raaata Red Leather, SaXttd Spau aad Calf
BkVf t. Bock Clcit, Marble Paper, and every article re
mire? for a Bindery. Aiwt; * oa band a large taaortmrail
of Gao DodJey't ?aper.or Bark Skiver*. Blsmk. Bbeep aad
Law Carf Skint-- all af which are owtred at the ioweat
atarket pnea* try JAMLS COOK, trbi Paartet
B7 IBS*_
INE h REM H KID GLOVES, 3s<;d
a pair ?A large lot met imported, embracing taa
daDireet aaa.i:y and cjeora pea greea, flesh, atraw, com,
tMk dark ..ate, bgbt and dark blue, watte aad
ail et Je ad
_ rnvrs
GEO C B( RDET'X'S
aJ at'
B
F
b.ack. pearl and aiac, and rarioat ether coiora. atl a
a pair. N B - Prrtoat who purcfi**e by the dose*)
wUlgwi them at wbole*e> price* GEC -
Cheap Pry Good* Store, IJt' Walktet
STORE. AC-S2 500 worth of Stvick
for sale and Store to let?a d**lr*ble opening fir a
peweoa wublag to commeoce noeioe** oe Bt >*.f w*r Th
iu-thitprveipai.'y of tuple ?trOda.wh.rh are frvwh vt<
ia good order, ttd will be told che?p for e*.b. For fal
sajtJrakarB an tosernew atty be hvl AJ1r-e* ? \V '
Tnbate OnVe. givvag add.ea*. a^MW*f*
AMTSKMIINTS.
[?'iFTH, AND LAST BUT THIU
- VOCAL ENTERTAINMENT, bp the Hl TCHIN
>N PAMILY, wUi he *Uet M the T tSERNACLE, on
g
JRANI) MUSICAL ENTERTAIN?
MENT foria* BeneSt of CHELSEA t. B. SOCIE?
ty, will be gi-aa TH!i > v kminj at Kateaerboeher
Hall. fon-r of Eighth tv ?d T?*>ty third ?( The Deaaa
Family. Pro-cseor KM**, Jenny Lit4 Et't optaa O secede
iSnf '<?-!?.? .?;*-:.?* ?.?. . .eer?d
their *avvvee for the eavaastoa Adarttaec* IS] cants.
Do< r* open at 7. Cocccrt catameoeee at I J o'tcock It*
KN?BKL'S GRAND NATIONAL
CONCERT, (tor IV pn-Aoeooe of alt eisajtatlve
wori the BATTLE OP BINKKAK :. ? ?? was
postponed laat night throef h tee InctamWy of the weather.
? ate place at CASTLE GARDEN ot MONDAY.
Arrtl Iitb, when the Tickets aed Pros-raiamas of A art! Ith
will be uarj. ? - If
1|KS. LAURA A. JONG'S VOCAL
III itit INSTRUMENTAL CONCERT -Mrs. L. A.
JORKS, aaatated by the following aadsent artist* and
?meteors!
MRS EMMA <;i!.Ll.N(iHAM BOSTWICK
M1 a*JptOA WatBXOCK, Mis* Maar E HtwiBT.
Mr Hreav C. Timm, Mr Philip Miyia.
Mr J Bri Ti la. Mr Roakar Awoagws.
DODW oRTH 8 QUARTETTE BAND; two. the Choir
of St Bartholomew a Church, and a Ch >ru* of ate aben of
the New York Harmonic Society, will give her Srat Con?
cert, cori'tilcg of Barred and Miace'lanevia Mualc, on
ThURSDAY EVENING. April I?, at the Ckineee Aaaem
biy Rooma. Tickets N> cent*, to be had at the uaual p hat as.
mi ?tna*_
How Chapel. 71? Broadway. opsoMte the N. York Hotel.
rrHK ALLKGHANlANS respectfolly
A announce to thstr friends and the public, that they
will glvea CONCEBT EVERY EVENING during the
week, at Hope Cbapel The programme for each evening
will contain a variety of new and popular pieces. Tickets
V< cents. Concert to commence at 7| o'clock a7at*
~I B LO? S G ARTEN?OPlCfTTrUS
AND E\ERY EV UNI NO ? Maragee. Johw S?r
of ?ii
in
tow-CIRQUE PRANCA18 -Galaxy of stare-Prencb.
Erg teti and American - Entire change o' Kn'ertainment
Third appearaa-aofMr McCOLLUM--Third appearaaca
of Mr EATON 8TONE-Second appearance of Mr. T.
b
NM 1. Grand Asreaslon of Baptist Loiaaet Madame
( aro. neand Mous Loleiet In the erece of La Rose- Coco
Dance? Equestrian Director. Mona P. Loteaet-Clowns,
Meaara. Wallet and Lathrop? Equestrian real* by Matter
Geerge Dartua?Polandrlc Peats n* Mr Richard Rivers -
Learned Ruatlan Horte, A<ar Gull?Madame Caroline
will Introduce her act of the Haute Ecole-Le Rose,
scena eeueatre, et Haute Ecole, by M'lle. Caroline Loyo
and M. LotaaoiL Ttcketa, Mi cents?cblldreo under I years
half price. Day performance Wednesday and Saturday.
"ROADWAY THEATER.? DOORS
'open at 7 , to commence at 7| o'clock - rrtcw of Ad*
mission To Dress Circle and Parquet, v cut. family Ctr>
ale and Third Tier stets: Oallery. Ii?) eis Privat* boxes,
??and fas THIS EVENING. April > will be performed,
the Grand Romantic. Palrv Spectacle of
THE \ iSlt)N or THE BUN
Tacnar.Mr Whl'-log I Koran.Miss Anlerton
Hualna Cap?e...Freletlrk* | Runac.Mtsa A ttotigeoheim
Cast an a ...Mrs Isherwood ! (Vera . Mtsa I O >ugeokel:u
Previous to the spectacle. BE I SEV B.VKEB.
BURTON S THEATER"! ( hhinboraViT
REAR OP CITY HALL?The Dearest Theater la
the large Hotels Doors open at 7 , commerce at 7f o'clock.
THIS EVENING. Ann 9, will b? peWotined.
LOVE IN A MA/.W
Lord Minever....Lester | Mrs Buckthorns Mrs Russell.
To conclude with the PeTsa of
SCHOOL KOR TIGERS.
Sores. Dress Circle and Parquetta, s? SM, Family CtrelS,
lo cu. Orchestra Seats. 75 rts Privateboiea. BJ and BjR
B" ARNUM'S AMERICAN MUSEUM~.
-P T. BARNI M, Proprietor and Manager, John
GkkENuoot), Ja., Aaslstani Manager. Admittance to the
Museum, Scents U EDNKSDAY. April ?. IWl. MADE
LAINE once more. This afternoon at SVclork. the moral
drama, MADELAINE-Herireol, Mr C U Clarhfl Ma
.1": a> e M ?? C Cespinsn. In the evening the MAID OP
Ml NBTHR. to be fbllowad b\ a Dance by Mis* West,
SLASHER AND CRASHER The Innumerable Curio
sltlee of iht* Museum to be seen from 8 A M. and 10 P M.
FBELLOWS' MINSTRELS, AT FEL
LOWB' OP ERA HOl'SE. 444 Broadway between
Howard and Grand its Open every night durtag the week.
The celebrated original and well-known Paliowa' Mins?
trel*, "comprising an etticlenl and rtwtaUl* corps of talent?
ed and experienced perfurmws," under the direct!.a of J.
B Fellows, whose Conrwrts In this City for the l**i year
bare bean received with the greatest fsver by the elite and
fashion of this great Metrupolla. Their Concerts oonalst of
Burleeque Italian Opera Breoee, Wttty Saytnge, Soroa,
Duet*, Cl.oruaee, Dancing and Inalrum.anlal rnrfirraancee.
On Wedceeday and Saturday afternoon* a grand Concert,
for the accommodation of ladles and famliie*. cotumeocinf
st SV clock. P.M. Adtnlsalon 3? cents Doors open at Sf,
to commence at 7|. _ Sa4
THE "SECOND SERIES OF SAT
TLER'S COSMOSAMAS. cor. of Tl'.lrteaalh *l and
Broadway, will ewee the Id of May. Theee work* of Art
consist or a collection ol twenty *1t View* of Europe,
Asia Mtuor, Syria, the Holy Land, Egypt, N-ibie sad Ara?
bia, aad iura taken from tsaJu**, eaS paluied In oil by Prof.
Battler. Admf**ioe V> cents. Open from ? o'clock In the
morning till 10 In the evening. e7 lama*
?HE STOCK OF M Et IARBY'8 NA?
TICAL WAREHOUSE, l?ti Water st now being
?old to close the estate ?f the late proprietor. Include* a
?reel rar eiy of Tele*rope*, Tape Meeturei. a jd Drawing
r.itrunifBI*, which are offered st a great reduction from
coat. Person* In need of any article of Ibis description will
do well to call. ? Ills*
H~ EAD-(^UARTERS REMOVED.?
KKLTY A FEROl'SON S Wholesale and Retail
WINDOW SHADE STORK, i II BROADWAY ?Per?
sons wanting Shades, Oilt and Shade Trimming*, can nod
tl.e beat assortment In the ctiy, as above Dealer* supplied
No second profit*. All Shade* warranted to stand any
climate Some new pattern* of Gold, Bird* and Flowws
that cannot be seen at any o-.her store Prices lower Uiaa
elsewhere Call and **ti*fy yourselves m WAThAeodtatf
|\EW STYLES OF GAS FIXTURES,
1 1 Preach and Fngllih Chink rich and plala Cut Glsss
AND GENEBAL HOUSE H It NI Sil I No GOODS.
The aubsrrlhert dralreto rail tbe atlei.iio i of their friends
and tbe public, to some new and beautiful styles ol Oas
Chandelier*, Brat kel*. Mantel Lights. Pendants, hr., just
received from iheweli-kaotm manufactory of the Messrs.
Cornelius A Co., Philadelphia Their assortment *ur
p***e* anything (of the k'nd they have ever before ex.
blblted, aad at price* very much lower than thetr former
rates
TLelr ?t.k k aTko embraces an extensive assortment of
FRENCH PORCELAIN DINING SETS.
Tea and Tollet do, and fancy China Ware of every descrip?
tion
They respectfully Invite their friends and customers to
visit thetr China Decorating works, whore can be seen
every variety of porcelain g<?>d* in the course of decora,
tu ?, from tha moat co*tly portrait* aad devices down to
tbe plslnasl style of snl*h Purchaser* can select from
more than one hundred different styles, and have their
service* decorated In any device, ?Ither with their crests or
Iniuals, a* they may wl*b.
Tbe lubsenbers have one of their most experiences'
clerk* residing^alternate!y In Parle and at tbe maaafactorf
at vkwsoa, Franca, who I* coesuaiiy selecting now
at, les and patterns, which, together with their own design*,
glee them advantage* post eased by few other*.
Tbey have also an extenalva assortment of
RICH AND PLAIN CUT GLASS,
Of Iba newest and most beautiful design* Tneir manufac?
tory being located on their premise*, and under their own
Immediate supervision, they are thua enabled to tarnish
this Sittels in tha most rr.ArrcAr alyle and on the moat
reasonable terms
In order to carry out Ibetr new arrangement*, aad to
make room for thetr new good* the* have concluded to
discontinue tbe lmportstlou of Plated W are, Jspaned and
Papier MacbS Goods, Cutlery. Ac, and woo 4 Invite the
atiectloa of their customer* to the following articles, which
they sell strictly at the cost of Importation and some arti?
cle* if a little aoilrd, lower still.
Tbelr assortn.em in this Una consists principally of Plated
Beiaet* Castr/rs, Urns, Walters, Koikes Knives Fork*.
Spoons Ladles, Ac, Tea Tray* In *et* and *U>gle. Cutlery
la set* and dbzees, and numerou* other article* ladlspenaa
bla In tha house-furnishing Bne Country merchants la
particular will Sad It to their advantage to call aad win
[be ibeMoek before purchasing eisewsere
WORAN it HAUOHWOUT.M' and MO Broadway.
NB?Private hoases Hrrtels Stores and Pullte Build?
ings Sued np with iron Gas Pipes la a vary aapertor man?
ner and at priree exceedingly low.
ad HawiwisWltShaw-_
LADIES' LEGHORN HATS.?
RICHARDS A CROMWELL, 138 William st one
doorjbelow Fulton, have lor sale LADIES' LEGHORN
HATS of the new aaapes. Also, French, Eeguaa aad
American Straw Hau. *Btlka, Ri'ibons, Strsw Trlwrnlcgs.
Plowert, Buttons and Millinery Goods generally. Tha as?
sortment Is worthy the auet.Uua of city and eoaairy mUhV
sera. uH iUsWedkvSat*
IMPORTANT TO LOVERS OF
PI Ml KIN PIES-The Floor of Paankta la lu pnra
state, put up by L S BL BBl'l T, of the ( alias Society
(called Shaker*,) Harvard Maas, which is used by the
principal hoi*;* in Ud* city and the city of Boston, and re?
commended by them?is for sale at u.a tallowing stores In
this dry. vis I
Oaaawar, 132Chaiham-si i Joseph Staple*. IM Bowery;
J Rr-VaW, SM or-enwir:; *'. M ..* . T'io 3t?*on, M
Cortiaad-st; Park k TUtford, U2Sixta-av., AbaJSpaaM
log. cor Twsariath-si. and Ninth av.
Orders left at the above places, will receive Immediate
awiadia_sS twM.WkP
REMOVAL.-DIET/, BROTHERS
a CO bare ravrod their Lampeatahliahmeat from iT*
to i)4 WliSam at. kwtag aow ImtnadUisiy in front of ihaw
ifae-.ory a I 'w
GROSS SOLAR LAMP WICK,
"No* 1 aad 2, baas oaailiy for sale at low prleas by
Dir.T/. BROTHER A CO.
a- .? 1SI WaTSaavat
STOVES i AKEN DOWN. Stored,
C fiaawd, Rape ad, Ac, at tb* Otaahasd aVov* aaora,
BS Waiatet. Akra, a new, saparier nr*'-e ?f S*g*aw
I Raa/aa. for saia. J. ?TaMDREWS
mm laWsWWawl,
bVKKD bAhLkii iy.-r?eiaBif?5??t aaD?
b^ riof cua ity. very t.ruht s*d eeevy, )a?t srrired froea
Begtand, for saw by
?? hAM L MIL*4MB. Jr 44 Medlson W.
R BANIHJNG'S PATERT BODY
P RACER aad ?teer eeecbavilnal appharee* ()-8?aa,
,.\ B? sdvsw Is* r- ,ef of CJf aiaiioo, Dj*p*pel*. ?e
keiai DeeikVty, he m\ \l\m

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