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YORK TRIBUNE.
?-?w-YORKDAll.YTRIBINB
EVERT MORNING. (Sukdat brcchtd,)
H??""*^ 0REKLKT k McELRATH.
icildin6*, CORNER Of IHICI11II ih*
g? ** w"^?t? orlv.it? TUB city hall.
_. to CUT ?ut?crtfcer? for 1 'M Cent? per weok;
?^Tak** prefer, they tu Wl? advance at the Do*
??^.'VV .rear at the ?an.r^rale Single cop im,
??> "'w.11 8or*crtber?, Five Dollar? per annum ha
nptiocM taken for an months For thret
Tnree Dollar* in advance required in all ex
???**? covotrr Newspaper* Daily Kaper? received
terra? are h.gher than thooe of TK* /VjO
l???a?***d ?** differeooo
?fu'.YdllK WKKKI.V TH1H! NR,
UtJtOB PAPER. FOR THE COUNTRT,
* --..a ^ry Batvbdat Mor?ii?o, at the low prioeof
?F*^J"m ,? in\ vice Eight eopie* for $1", or twenty
JC ?oswaddi
Pf? .^TUaAdre*? for t2*>, and the paper in no case oou
Jg*|J y_^ tde um for which it '.? paid Advertisement!
jj^skt-' he charted *n cent* per line each ioaertiwL
THE MMI-WKKKLY TRIBUNE
every ToesoaT and Km da v morning. Price ?
"r-BBan; Two copies for V Tan for (till. Advertlsw
fssarU a line for ?ach insertion.
TBK > KW-VOlt K TRI BUNK
rot ll/ROr-EAN CIRCULATION
, ? ^gh-f1 ?a the departure of ea?h Mall Steamer for Ldv
priea 6? cent? ?r?opy, or $3 j-er yew, to any part of
Britain, or $ 1 to the Continent, postage included.
TUB NKW-VORH TRIBUNE
SSB CALITOBKIA, OREGON AND THR SANDWICH ISLANDS,
hjgMfcbed on the departure of each Mail Steamer for.Cbsg,
aamPrtw &i cent* per copy.
?n O REE LEV k McELRATH, Publiabar?.
Byecial Notices.
IT Nolir*-.-Otuce Panama Raikoad> Comp ay y,
V; kk, Afay 20. II.V2?A contract baviug thl* day heeu
-Inhalt d Iff ? <"'?(''?"'?"' "' tue Railroad from sea to v*,
f?7n.tu;0? of the Board of Direct tra, held THIS DAY , the
iv mm lewilut.oii wa? adopted, viz:
kZ'hti That thi Capital Slock or tins Company be fn
' d to'tiS* ?> new aubacripiioua to the auioiiiitof
gf'iTt OK n? ti'?t holder? of the present capital atock of
X (?Vo(?)be tObttod to aubscrib* at any time before the l?t
' J ju|1^ j^jt |o llie extent of one mid one-half ?Iure?
U? .arh ?lia? neld bv them respectively. Koreix-i Stock?
ig' ,r? ro be ?otined of thi> resolution, aiid to he allowed a
?,i,riabe tiin? for availing themaelves of this privilege.
T ii tercent to be pud ?' the tune ol subscribing, ten per
2 t tu tue 'it day of August, and the remainder in itmuil
Ski m requited lot ihe rx>nipletioo ofllie work.
mWmm rUAN'cis SPIES, Bs rotary.
"Jm Votlrf.-PANA.MA RAILROAD COMPANY ?
OfsciAl information baa been received ut this office that the
??ilrut rl lia* been opened for travel to Ki ijula, the next at*.
mbb ?bore Bajio Soldaaa, for the present, a> (1 until th? road
Itoowwdtotbecroaaing place on the ChafTM River. The
ZJn. Lm daily from Aanuiwall it 9 ?) A. M., and Frijola
*jp jj ' F&ANCI8 SI'IHS. Secretary.
Office Patiain? Railroad Co., New-York, M?y 18,1UW.
aar bailee to Km h-hsi . ? frort? Chrhiiih tm
oSfor?ii?.-Tlie PAClf-IC MAIL ST KAM SHIP COM
fIJIT feel called upon to five public notice, that no ticket?
?U be ???.arter?? by th'ir acent at Panama which ar?) not
gaasi by an officer of th'* Company, and that tieketu thu?
Sad ras be obtained only at th-ir Ai[?ncy No. IT? Waat
Toll: L BARTLKTT, Esq., Boaton : or of Measra ARM
HtONG. HARRIS k CO^ New-Orlema.?New-York, las
*m Byorder. WM. H. DA VI DOE, Bc?reUr]
~?je fca tgriiiit lrjT?-lliji?,nrf> OfMce> ni?l Labor
1 ggekamcc Noa. i'< mid Cai.al-at., New-York.?This
sffaw ? e?t?Kti?hed by the Couimiaaumr-r? of Emiirration,
tjtMnau always oe found 1-une iiumliera of Laborers arid
larvsals st very low rates of waset, and persona can have
ffMtr ordert filled by writing to the Supentit^niieut and seod
fjsj ths tmoont uei eaAarv to pay the panaite of the parties
?Mitrsd. No fee* chaiRed to einnioyei?.
JAS. P. PAGAN Superintendent
"if To th?> ( hnMtnltle In Clnrinnnti.-l'AT
IltK DOWN KS?lnlorrnai ion i? wanted of htm by his
Butler. He was leat winter n Cinonnntj with Patrick
MlTta, en Dtli-at. between Main and Sycamore tta. Who
Utrcanaid ihm poor wi low, wil pb aao <HrMtto the care
at Mr* BARTH, No. 1/ W aJi-st , N. Y., lor HANNAH
DOWNIS._
IT" Third >l inhouan Ittiililin? A??oclntlon.
Tfethiid Mrular monihly meeting ul the aho.e Association
r.ll \<r hela at No l i'i Bnx uie-at. (entrance in (.io*b>)on
HO.VlJ \i BY I- NINO, May M. at K o'clock.
Tht office of tilia Association has bMM removed to No. bl
CWibeia-at.. under the Lonllard Inanram e ComjiunT. This
iwxistioii is laiidly tilling up; they liavo two-thirds of
tkelribare* alremU ioih.il nheil i.ir. Ali who wish to join a
Banding Association, will find thm to their advantage, as it
kneaily full, and they wish to close their books. Those
anting to join, can do so by colling ul tht Secretary's
Once, No bl Cl amb. m at Open EfS? 8 A. M. to6 P. M .
R receive aubacnptiona and dues.
JAMES S 1.I?RY. P.e-i.lent.
DAY is COtLAMORE, \'ice-Pre?:.lenL
J. Y\'. tVltTOM, Sn ietary, No. CJ Chamber?-?!.
Qlmnst'mt*iU9.
m
ADAMK OTTO GOLDSCHMIDT
(late Mad lie JENNY LIND) l.'t^j to announce that
1 : ?II lit r
LAftT (ONCERT BUT ONE IN AMERICA
M FRIDAY EY ENINO. Maril, 186Z
In METROPOLITAN HALL.
PROORAMME.
Part 1.
Dretirfe-(L? Y eatal?).Spoutini.
RvBitnu?"Kl!a pmngea la pertida'' (Norinanni a
l'*i> ).Mercadaute,
Mgnot C. Badiali.
Aii~H??rye l?r?e! i LJiithl.Mendelssohn,
MADAME JENNY OOLDSCHM1DT.
Futisis-La Mmeiorie.Uaum4n.s
I loan?M. IlKNRvAPPr.
kT^itZ: ggrj(URW??,l,lRl.Bellini,
MADAME JENNY OOLDSCHM1DT.
Part II
Concerto-ArUrte and Allegro- Finale.Goldschmidt,
Piano-r'iitt.? Mi otto Uoi.dschmidt.
ina? Batn, ham (Don (.lovanm).Moaut,
IIADAMK JENNY UOLDSCHM1DT
HSaltarello trtitu the tth Symphony.Mendelssohn,
OKlllKSTRA.
ike (iijisy'a Song (Camp of Sile?ia).Meyerbeer,
MADAME IV NNY t.oLUSCH.MlUT.
Ictnania? I nm. moo en monhondo..Mercadante,
MoBt C. Badiali.
HoBM.kwtet home (( Ian).Bishop,
MADAME JENNY UOLDSl 11M1DT.
?eastaine. r'n Si i ?, h SvM tii-.li Melody.Berg,
MADAME JENNY UOLDSCHMIDT.
^wtvi.~.Mr Theo. Eisfeld.
mm.Mr. Joseph Burk?.
Wats open at t>4 o'clock ; Concert to commence at 8.
Th* k?JM ,.| tu keta has been fixed at ?VI, $.' and $1. Each
tKifl is tccompanied by a numbered check, which secure* a
R*t be. img s correaponning number.
Tin KJuM.ftj.d otfici toi the sale of Tickets for THIS
lOM rKT will I?- open Wedneadaj. May 19, at 9 A. M,
"vlllCKERlNli'S Piano Koite Wareroouia, No. &6 Broad
?L
Boost rontaining the words of the ?ong*. in English, Ger?
man, Italian, and SaeUish, for sale at the door on the evt*
lt>? of tb? t oixerl. Price U'J cents.
rogruoime? of this evenings Concert will be found du
tT butrdpusjl the neu?
III A DAME OTTO <,;< ?LDSCHMID'PS
IJl Om M??Vlle Jenny Lind) LAST CONCERT IN
S5*?IVA, wi I take place on MONDAY EVENING, the
?wjot M?v, MB ? , \>'i*i i GARDEN.
?J**,""'11 hek*t? Un this Concert will commence on
'"?"?a> ,? x v M , ? Chi.keiing'a 1'iatio-Korte.
? J"?' ^" 25*5 Bioa,iv\av, a part of u Inch premise*
"'",:,,n., the propilei.m .has kindly let lor tins special
JJ^rV??. ?h'i whiih he hat olhei? ise uo connection w ha>
It?tt posaiMe prfcaotion will be taken to prevent the
?fJalTORo tailing into the haiida ot persona who intoad to
""???again.
? ? 1 he , tt, .? w j]] )?. opppfd pret ist lv at 8 o'clock A. M.
^^?????wnt Poitc? force will be in attendance to preaerve
JIKBY UND CONCERT TICKETS.
^T*JRy?Abbp?ggfjiBm tr.e CONCERT THIS E\ E
aiidi'v v^1^* ,l>', lMt hut >" America, tor aale at
a^AKCE, SHERMAN v CO.'S BiMkstore. No. 2 Astor
?"?-^?JOLLlKSMiisi Store.N s-V Broadway.
t u!\KT* for KNN V USIYS FARE
?&?_W***.WpBCRRTB in AMKRICA -Cho.ce seat*
?c S-^rV4";??i* ?MU'U ?f h,,u? ?? MILLETS Mu
* '><v Broaaway, oppuait? Btoadway Tbaatre.
I jLr?. Hl Irt spcctfullv anrouncpi hin
WI IVI s.v. NL',C< 'Nl KKT' *> P'*? on SATl'R
?J'b* UEBIlaV'i?'?!?"?" """ W"' ?CS?" l'*"-?*??ted
AlLL U Ml t,ICAL iOCtETir, and ALKhVED
jVfgS?. a.. TROCRAMNE? l-ART I.
1 ^ ?Zl'* Mrbm''.kuo?'
1 AI --V^. A ?"?.?r-ecnsutlug of Part
fait J u^."? *>? 1'?t * Aaagio Cauubile.
7alaCS ^"tor?J?. for Y lolln, composed
1 *l? JwT? bT>??:.^T;.Ole Bull.
tntiJi . ' ??rwege,"-()n.nd Fantasia
W e>l?Y by YViiuieis, par
t fast,, .Vfl" L'SVAlfred JaeU.
t**"1 *t'd performed bv.0(e BuU.
S Grstuln. r**T >>?
Es?,7ru:r-fotbe melodiama Mid.ummer
? gy^o.Mend*la?l.on.
IsZS "Lw'*-1-" wohn, comp.?ed aud
7 sflg!*. .OSe Bui'.
*Y,. ' '* - a-:..n , B, - li CartiOvale
t;? rwli1*" '"?''??'in? lor pUno loite. composed
1 CfBSZT1, H.J??"
?K?Ua-*"* **" '"??< -l>e*"i|'ti*e Fantasia
Xiaki iu*t, u'* m Spam ii. the Mulajaimar
TViJ7.r?'? 'T**^ e?ecuted bv.Ole Bull.
If"*** at S*di,'UM?>- to all gauuof the houM, |l. For ??
I^R??5J2* ***"0tlrfeM?. Hal A 8 n. Oould k
I**?Wk aA ^"es k Bi.e . ra. KeikMg It Biru*ing,
*^mm?*. * V1'1'1?* 4 ,?,"?' 1 J?i;k"wn'
f*?^v*l5 JLiS* *??*"' Dviug and Ctilomore Mou**.
'"'??tb.?^"'"'*" Delmouico Hotels; al?, at tl??
^to^l^^f'^Cm^n. Door, open ?16J
^^^^???tlo'tluck
24S?'v?l'ACE OPKRA-HOUSE?
?"?W iL^V M?T .'I. .ad every Evening till
r>*M* |j V,;\J*> *' e*nu; AicpftheBter. Zf> cents:
few* ti |^1)' ?<*t?told for pRrotiel, Ro.e* aud
?Wfcjr?>?Mt, J**'* r the -vttuing. boors opau at 7,
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE.
VOL. XII.NO. 3,461._NEW-YORK, FRIDA Y^ MAY 21, 1852. PRICE TWO CENTS.
"IVriBLO'S GARDEN. ? JOHN 8EF
?1 TON, Manlier?TH IS EVENING, May ft, will b>
performed, the Opera entitled
CZOIJO THE MINSTEL.
Cvia.Mine.'lhillon I Don Rate].Mr. Hnrlion
F? .-ninand.Leach | Frai Antonio.Lyster
(Jil Yargoe.Andrew? | Count Mtdura..Burn*
An Inwrniisnei. of M minute*.
Adiniesior?5" cent*. l)oor? open at 7 o'clock : to com?
mence at 8 o'clock. _
BR () A D W AV T11 EAT RE?Mrs.
JOHN SEFION'S Bern-fit.
mt)AY, M \Y 21,
On which occasion the wonderful
CAROLINE ROU8SET
And her three Sister* will perform twa Divertiaaeinent*.
1 he an at D an ? u? tlie
GOLDEN FARMER.
Jemmy Twitcher.lohn Sefton
acted by 1 Im in New-York upwards of SOt1 timee.
Golden Farmer. .Mr. Conway | Hamer.Mr. Uavldge
To which ni?re will b?- given, the
VALET DE SHAM,
in which the newly-arrm d Comedian, Mr. CHARLES
HALE-, will perform ('??ncln<<ir * with
LADIES BEWARE,
in which Mr* Verton. Mm A hbot, Mr> John Scfton, Messra.
Fen no and Whiting will appear.
BK( )AI) W A V TH EATER?E. A. M a k
?hall. aole Lea.ee? THIS RVKNING Mav21, for the
BENEFIT of Mil. JOHN SKKTON. will be perfonnsd,
TDK VALET DE SHAM.
Wi?J. i.Mr. Cha*. Hale I Clipper.Mr*. .T. Sefton.
PAS ile KOJ-E_by....Caroline Rouaeet and Three Sutera.
A( m which, THE GOLDEN FARMER.
Jemmy Twitcher.. .Mr. Sefton | Gol ? en Farmer...Conway.
P(l i'.h DtM, LA MANOI.A Caroline and Adelaide lljuasit
Concluditg with, LADIES BEWAftE !
BURTON'S THEATER?Chambers
?t.-THIB EVENING, May It, will be played tha
Diarra, in 3 act*, of
DAVID COPPERFIELD.
Mr. W?kina Mirawber.. Bur'.on. | Martha.Mias Weston
To io:ic!un> with the Farce of
GOOD FOR NOTHING !
Drew Circle and Parquet, of cent*; Second Tier, 25 centa,
private boxe?, $5; Orchestra Chair*, 75eent*. Doora opea
?t 74 ; to begin at 7j| o'clock.
VCEUM THEATER, Broadway, near
i Broc ir.r it ? CORBYN 4i BL'CKLAND. Lease oe.
THIS EVENING. May 21, will be presented
THE FOLLIES <>F A NIGHT.
Pierye Palliot_Mr. (Valcol | Due heat ...M.sa J. B>. i oetl
Then will he prodeci d. the Drama entill?d
THE DEVIL IN PARIS.
Count Vai ilfc.Mr. Walcot | Nathalie.. .Mk* J. Bennett
i<t--- { ir<ie 50 centa; Parquet, 25 cent*; Family Circle,
One Shilling
BARNUM'S AMERICAN^nJSEUAl?
1 P T BARNI M. Managet and Proprietor. JOHN
iREENWOOD, Jr., An,utaj,t Manager; C. W. CLARKE
Director of AannaenaMa?Adriiaaiou 10 the entire Museum
mil IV.t.in nie. ??-:tr>. Children under IU. \2\ oeiite,
Parqut-t. 12| cent* extra ?THURSDAY and Fill DAY, May
VI and 21, in the AFTEItNOON. at 3 o'clock, the amusing
pier* ? ntitl HAN OROANIC AFFECTION. AfW which,
THE Id AN AND TDK TIGHL In the EVENING, at
~y b'cloek, Bnrwat'e tframa of THE LADY OK LYONS.
STKPHENM>NS MARBLE STAT
11,1 tba WOUNDED INDIAN, from the World'*
r-x>.i. London, in now cn exhibition at Stuveysant Institute,
\'n HVi Bn iidway Admission. 25 rent*
BRACKETPS MARBLE GROUP rrf
the Shripwrectted Mnthpr aad Child, (for a short time
? i iv) nt Stn\\<sunt Institute, No. 65;i Broadway. Open
(it in it A. M. till 14 P, M. Adrni*r.oii 25 cent*.
r
DR. C. BARNES, a medium of Spirit
ual Communication', ha* taken ladfinfa at Barle'? Ho?
tel, Paik-rnw, win re \<r. maybe seen d'irma the dav and
e\tnii'|t. Dr. B. will alto riake a'tanaem'-nt* to viti; circle*
in pnvate fnmilies, for the purpoM- ol ptini phym al and
mint? denn ualiation* of afnfitwl aienry. He i* ?uriplird
with abundant tettinioi ials of the satialactory nature ot thete
exultation*.
(VI ATI ON Al ACADEMY of DESIGN.
[l ?The 27ttl Annual Exhibit!Od oJ the Academy t* uuw
)i>en at !lie:r (?h!1"I). No 663 Broadway, from B A M. ontl'
tri P. M. filn>(leadnii!i?ior, 2.S cents; canon ticket*. AO cenU;
??taloKue*, eanta Rv order of the Council,
J. H. BHKOOOUE. Cor. Secretary, N. A
SATTLER'S OOSMORA MAS?Fir^t
Berts* clo*e? May 22.?F^xhihited eorr.er of i;ith *t ano
Broadway Open trom 8 A. M. till in o'clock P. M Admla
?k 1 .'> etnt? The*o work?of Art coniijt of a collection ol
VIEW S of EUROPE, ASIA MINOR. SYRIA, THE HOLY
LAND EGYPT, Nl'BIA and ARABIA Thea are *k?Ulied
?c? aatnted In oil by Prof Rattle?
TWO MAGNIFICENT PANORAMAS
FOR SALE?Or will be ex< hangrd for Real Estate,
Lumber or Oooda. One ol the Panorama* is the araest naint
in? in the world. It is the Panorama of th* Hudaoa RItot,
complete, painted by 11 ilHard, Inherwnod and Bengough,
thu eofthe most celebrated *cenn painter* in the I'mted
Statt s. Thi* paint ins c' at $'j5,fx m. The othei l* a fraud Pano?
rama ot New forkCltT, Brook'yn and vicinity by th 'cele?
brated scenic 1 a'nter .lehn Evei?, assisted by F.tle, Krnl >r.
Ash. Kj le. kc. No description ot these grvnl puntiua* can
be (tivea 111 an advt rlisemeiit. They ure t wo ot' the lauert
and most Bsafaifloaat and expensive paiutinss in the world,
and will be sold at a sacrifice, a* the owner oaMOt attend to
them, 'liny have ne'.er In in < \ln Idled, tat aitbot wi'lld
uii.loubtedly, it propei ly niaiineed make a splendid lortniie
either in UM Tinted State* or Ewopa, Inquire ol S P,
TOWNSEN D, No. R2 Nassau at., up-staira.
D
Neto |3nblimtiona.
AC( ?MI'ANiON TO FRANK FAR
LEIGH?THIS DAY PI RUSHED?THE F?>R
11 NFS AND MlSPORTl NFS ot
HARKi RA< KKT SCAPEGRACE-Illustrated.
Tin- ia iha n a*t nay, ?psrklin?, aeifttlal book thai bu appeared
v.ii' ? Ilm' iDiiuiUlilr aofel Frank Karleiili, ? Iii ?risich, tor loa, frolic
nml palhaa, it la entakwl to l>e mnke<l a* a couiiiariMio. [ ALiienirum
For thosr wha tiave ilwett on the luirinatin* paae<, ot' funk Far
U*i|li, Dt-, hletl'v the t>e.l novel t>l iln J^y, a ru h treat ia in alore in Ui*
atruaal ?4 Uurn Ka< kti ItaMaaaa, a novel ol tlie tarn? JvlisliU'ul
tchaalj nni afaaaaaaaa Ihasaibw, laaiaBtk hadaaaei, ami ?nki roi
kcklaa adraatura* ha Arol?t ?nJ ?lee. Jt 1? a book fnat mii?t hai*
the nuwt 1 ahaaaaM piyuUrity. [I'alUlindar.
Prioa M ceuta ? ?
Nearly ready,
BEN BRACE?
A Nautical Rorcauce, by Captain Cbamier, illrutratcd.
In u few day*.
THE GUERILLA CHIF.F-Illustrated.
H. LONG at BROTHER, Htr al km at
ANEW AMERICAN TALE.?CO R
NI8H, LAMPORT *: CO. publish thi* momina,
OVFRING, OK TDK HKIR OF WYCHERLY. Ahiato
rnal romance, by Eldred Grayson, F'sq., author of " Stan
dish the Pun.an," &c. 1 vol. 12mo. muslin Price $1. A
Iv.'k i.iat portray* in a most thrilling manner some of the inci?
dent* that occiiricd ia the chaiisina fortune* ol individual*,
wbo.thoush allied ky birth to the noble faomllee of the mother
country, were driven by jealously or the love ol adventure to
seek sympathy and excitement amid the humble home* of
the early colonists of New-FnaJand.
AN EVlT^SPEAKER?Just published
byj <' RIKFIt. No. I2!> Fulton at,
COBB'S SPEAKER, CPt.tainina ample Exercise* In Elo?
cution, in Prose, Poetry arid Dialogue, with an Introduction,
based upon the ayatem of lame* Sheridan Knowles, and
ataa many EnaraMng* liluatiating gesture, attltudo, i.e.
Mr. Cobb 1* the author of a popular aenea of achooi booaa,
of wbicb over six milttous have baau aold.
EW1TT DAVENPORT have in
ores*
W F.ST Ii ROOK, THE OUTLAWi or, The Areng ng
Wolf; and oiher Tab s. By Major Ric.iardson, author of
" Waceiista," " Ecaite," A.c. Price tJ centa.
A,to. BOW readv, ihw 1 ditlon* of hi* celebrated work*,
WACOU8TA. or The Proph-cy. Price ?d cvuu.
ECARTE, or The Salon* of Pan*. Price 86 cent*.
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Uati Piica fx' otnta. DEWITTlk DAVENPORT,
Tribune Buildings, Nasaau-st.
DYNAMICS OFTi?TjNKTISM.?By
Baiion \'on Reicheubach. Amencan Edition. 12iu?.
Price $1 25.
F'.ngliah Edition of the Mint work, large type, octavo.
Pine
PILGRIMAGE OFTHOMAS PAINE IN THE SPIRIT?
UAL WORM). 7A centa.
THE CRISES. Bv A. J. Davia. Wcenta.
PHILOSOPHY OF SPIRIILAL INTERCOIRSE.
Same aullior. > centa
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cents.
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ELECTRICAL PSYCHOLOGY. 75 centa.
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FOWLERS i. WELLS,
No. 131 Naaeauat., New-York.
1^ NORA VINCS ? BICCAR'S RE
.J POCaTORY OF FINE ARTS, No. 68Canal at. (near
Bn adwayi 11 now the only place in the city where you can
bud Eiig:avinga by Morahen, Strange, Sharae. Heath, Bar
tollozii, D<movera, Balechon, Woollett, Ac. Ac. Portraita
and Sc inp Punt* by the thousand; Grate Apron* and Mra,
\ anakellaie'i Flower Matenaia. En|iavuiga bought or ax
?halft *t
KENTISH on MATHEMATICAL IN
ktTRUMENTS.?Thaa day published. A TRF.ATISE
?11 i BOX ol INSTKCMENTS. ?od the SLIDF. RULE,
h or the u*a of Ganger*, F.ngineera, Seamen and Studeota.
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Ill ant employment.
AS Clerk, by a young Man, has had
?even year* experience in a Meichanta' Ooa
Hi use m 11 Isagow, ai a for the last two year* in tha8o**tn.
A* be is principally anxious to get into a good commercial
house in New-York, would be satis ed with a very moder?
ate salary, or would be willing to give a trial of hi* service*
for nothing, to any who might require tum in the event of
Ina giving satisfaction. Address. S. C. I., Poat-olrice.
AS Cook, by a respectable TOVttg Wo?
man , undf laiaiid* her biiaine**?do objection to a*n*t
in the washing and ironing ; prefers the country. The beat
Of reference gieeu. Can be seen tor two da)? at No. lb?
Dlh-ft. iu the rear, up ?tau?.
AS pood Cook, \Va?her and Ironer, by
a respectable vonng Woman ; haagiaal city reference;
can be *een at No. 179 Vaiick-*:., in the baaeuient, can be
mil for two day*.
S Cooks. Washers and Ironers, Charn
J.M. bermaid? and Waitreatea, Nurae and Sean is: re ?es, by
aeveral highly reapectahle and experietced Proreatant and
A
Catholic sei vanta. with the be*t city reference*, to be aeen
at the BROOKLYN AGENCY F?R SERVANTS, No. 10
Tllkajy at, sear Fulton-*t., Brooklyn.
AS Chambermaid and Waitress, by a
reapectatle young F'.naluh Woman, or to take the
charge of clildren Can be ?teu for throe day*. Apply at
No. ?7 Mercer-st. in the rear.
AS Chambermaid and as Washer and
Ironer. by a genteel Did. No objection to rhe country.
Can give good city reference. Apply at No. 22 Peck-?lip,
thiid atory, fiont room. Can be teen for three day*.
AS Chambermaid, by two respectable
Gala. Haa Im d in her last place three year* Tha
other a* Seamstress i can fit and make children'* clothe*.
Bc*t city reference given. Can be *eeii tor two day* at No.
IMfhMhM at
AS Chambermaid, Nurse and plain
Cook, by a respectable yonng Girl. Ha* no objecriona
to go in the country. The be*t of city reference can be given.
Call at No 1 Ol? Thompson ft, in the (tore. Can be seen for
two day* if no! engage!
AS Chambermaid, by a respectable Prot?
estant Qui, and take eare"of children: la willing to
make her>elf generally useful. City ref-rence gi?eu. Can
be ?. en for two day* at No. 172 West 18th-aL, between 7th
arri 8th av*.
AS Children's Maid and Seamstress, by
a yonrg Woman. Understand* cutting out and making
children's rlotking in the neatest manner, and uriil make
lerself generally useful, or would do general houeework in a
?mill private family. No abjection to city or country. Call
at No i? i \ arwk st- first floor, backroom.
A S Children's Ni rsk, and to s?w, by
jfm. a Scotch Girl. Would be wu'ing to teach if ra juirei
W'ase* at* so mush in object as artap.caal le allualioa. Caa
be ?< er ,f No |M Writ l.Hhat. near ?tb-ae.
A'S RHiernl Hoi'SEMAio, in a email pri?
vate fau.iiy. by a reapecta1 .e ycnt:g Oirl. Has good
lalaaiai i inm her last piacc. Appiy at No. 4- Hubert at.
A
A S general Hods km aid, by a respectable
{* lsagoo,| washer and imn?r, and understands
it B??kir5' Rertrence ?lv,n- Apply at No. IJ? CUntou
A S general HoutEMAID, or Chamber -
m.,!d ?n.d Stress, or to uk- car* ofchildren, by two
n'r,'C r oa"B- No objection* to to to the oaatrr.
t!t,i city reference pven. Would both like to be engaged
f ,? 5"* faB-lT- Apply at No lSSllth-ot, Can be mo
lor l wo daya
AS treneral HoDSEMAID, by a young
jr ihr" Va1}!,''? * ""^ f4mlijr 41 No- ? Plke ,t i
AS Hocskkkepkr or Cook, by a re?
spectable Arre lean Woman in a ornate family. No
C-bM e ti ? to the country. Can be neu for three diji at No,
H^ittntai^ near Madison st
AS light Portkr by a young Man ; is
a gocd penman and would be Wifling to tmko MlllBBil
OiK? uktu' t0 eiupioyer?- Address T. R-, Tribune
S Skamstrk.ss, by a respectable Prot
e\**** Oi l, with (focal city reference. May be teen at
No U .Murtou-at, in the rear.
AS Seamstress, by a respectable Prot?
estant - u.n Woman, whe und-Mtanda cutting and
tiling oresae? ?i,a rhiMrnra erbthes. Ha* no objection to
caa'tt in tnkirg rare ot childn n. (iood references will be
given. Call at No. sn 4th-?t. Itetween Avenues B and C.
ASSkym^tress and Chambermaid, by
a re?pectahie i'lotestant Girl, or Chamberwork and
Waiter, in a iinall private family. Apply at No. tii Grove
St., in BM rear. Can he seen for two days.
ARespectable Woman wishes for a
situation as Nuise to an invalid, and to do plain sawing,
H some light situation, and will nuke lierseif useful. Apply
at No. 4'< Shentt at. neai Deiancy. No objection to the coun?
try. Wagea not an inject.
AYbuAe M\n ?rinhes to procure a uit
. uation as (Ik rk. A*?i?tant Clerk, or Porter in a store ir
warehouae, when- he ?t.iiid make himself generally useful,
having had bossm \e*ra'?xperience in accounts and bjok
keepug. andean be Weil recommended for cnara<-ter and
cou.pt lencjr. A Um attire i-nd to W M. t. I , No. ldj Liber
Ij-at, N. ? ., will sjaaat witn prompt attention.
AProtestant Girl, 16 years old, n i ta
a aituslion to make herself generally asM She is
an orphan and has no friends. She la verv fond of chil?
dren Low wages nnd a g >od lion*. American or Keen -.h
families niefeired. DO other need ippl.7. H.is no thj* M I i : i
going a abort distance from N*ew-\ . rk. Can g-t the very best
of reference Call at No. !K? Norl'olk-at. Cm be seen io.
three daya, Room No. 18.
Respectable tours Woman wants
a aituafion to do general housework in a private lirn
i.', i r cl Slllhsialia k and washing and IliasSllg She isan -x
r- ller-t \A aslmr and I-oner, aid would he willing to take
care of ch'ld'en and do plain s?wing. (food cttv reference
frt m her last place. Car. lie leaa Friday ar:d Sa' trdiy, a:
No. 7b King tt. lias no objections to go in th> coun'ry.
A Rerpei rABLE Proti ita? r Girl
JLjL wanla a sjtaatioa in a amall1 private family, to d i ^>-. ??
raltaoaMssnk fat good plain Cook and mea?mtt in
fin?s B?at of rafeienoe given. Call tt fffc K Chi jails at,
tu the rear, room No. !*.
ALadt, experienced in bonsehold arTairs,
u ts a si:nation b a genteel Protei:.m. Kauniv. ggj
Assistant He nee keeper, Primary Ooramass, orSestiiities
Has to objei tioi.a to travel, otJo so in the country. (I ml
II t- ii i ci l ajsaaj und n-'i'i r-d. Can be seen at No. Jt?.: W ad
IStk-al, between Ml and l'?t!i-av?.
A\'i rt respi i r ibli rooi?a Wii\! \\
wants a i tuaticn to,( iaik. Wash und Iron lor a aonll
I ri\ate t la a good cook sod an excellent wasbar and
vom r. or would take the aiiualn n at nhtMiaa's mtid and
seainatieta. la very kl d to children nud- r-tinda eafloj
at d making cbildrt b I die?-, a. Can come well recommended,
l ull lor tu o da)a at No 187 Grand-st.
AYoofi Ladt of high qnaliScRtions,
and sosna aspoiicBca la teiulum;. who srisJkM to aoootav
phab lo nail m li e art of Drawing aV-airra a aitniittin in a
Sin.ii uiy. to whieb i* attached a Drawing Vaaebai of 'he
firatii,i-. aid where hi r at i vices for a portion of the day
will l.< i i i.., iered an equivalent for board und ina:ruction.
Iteferen.it?P of. Bio?ie?by, Washington College, Hartford;
RaT. Walter Clarke, Rev./ Braca/Mil ford; Prof. Andrew*,
etc. Addres. tea( HER, care of d. W U.irtlitt, Avon, Ct.
AGREAT VARIETY of carefully no
leered tiervantS are now wanting employment at C
MASON'S Offices, No. 55" Broadway, and No. 145 Bowery
Teims?V?ajly aubacnption M cents; otherwise, accents
N. B ?Plenty of Men and Boys on hand.
AWirOW LADY would Dry Nurse a
Baby ard attend Children. Can cut and mak? Chil
ilr-n'sl I. thing, act as Si amnreai; also willing to a**Nt i'l
the fine Washing and Ironing. His a da ishter 12 years old
gi od at haSJSawOrl : did iive out ; a good boOBfl la preferable
towages Pleaat to apply at No. 1 Cranberry st.Brooklyn,
Fulton Kerry. Can he seen for a week.
OHORT HAM) AMANUENSIS?A
t ? yooag (ientiiman who is thoroughly ac<|uainted. both
pra< i ii ally and li eoretii iillv, with Mr. Pi'inau's system af
rbonctic Short-lland, la desirous of obtaining a aituatlori ai
Shot! Hand Amannenaia He would give references of the
hiabfal leapt ctabihtv in this city as to character and ability
Aiidiets V. R , thuothce.
SERVANTS.?Families in search of
good Cook?, Chambermaids. Nurses and (Iiris h.r grn
etal liouaework with aood recommendations, fur cltv Bf
country, ah uld call at ferre'a Agency, No. if7 Duane-st.,
near Broadway (late of No. il-l Broadway.)
TO FAMILIES Rod TEACHERS.?A
highly reside "able Lady winhes to obtain a situation as
Teacher in a sc'ioo . or family preferred. Can also lie recom
DU i tk d Bl a cheerful and agreeable compan.on and ISBSSl u.t
to an invalid lady. Address R 0. MILLER'S Book Store,
Bioadway. near B!eecker-*t.
1T17 ANTKD?Situations for good Cooks,
ft Waaht rs and I roners, Chambermjida, Waiter, and
Nurses, also first-rate Girls fix Housework. Families suited
without delay. Apply at No. 47 Ludlow-st,, near Grand st,
J RIDQEUY.
WANTED? Actuation for a nice, tidy
Piotea'ant Girl, H year, of aga, of a willing and gen?
tle dianoidtion Any lady disposed to treat her well, and di?
rt ct her in doing sny thing aba may require, will be respe -f
lullv at'ended to. fan be seen till engaged at her aunt's
reiideiice. No 50 Vesev st, second tlcior, lu the rear house.
Also, a nice fmniahed'Bedrt-tim to let.
?jT^?r^Ti i is" a m (7\ s T to IN
'v", vest in a !'.r-t class Summer Hotel, wrh
aerwcea as Bia-k kteper, Manager or General Clerk, by a
Gentlttnao of BSBCb exotrience in the boaiuess. Address
T 1, tins oflii e, three days.
tDantc?.
ABOY WANTED, about 14 years of
tgr ? One who residea witn his pn'enta and lives in
the neigh- orbood pr?ferred Inquire bt lore't A. M . at the
Ladies' Shoe Store, MILLER's, No. 1 \ t anal st.
AGOOD SOPRANO SINGER Want
ed, to Sing in a Pr?sbyterian Church, in Brooklyn.
Address i RORJSTER, Brooklyn Post-OHice.
A" 88 fS TANT BOOK-KEEPER mm]
COLLECTIOM CLERK wanted, by a Produce Com
miasion Hoiiae. Applicants may address X. V. / . Journal of
(.'cinitiierce Office, giving reference, salary espeited, ?c.
DENTIST.?Wanted, a mechanical and
operating Deatirt, who understands his biuiaeaa
taBgaajagjirV, and can come well recommended. Noothera
need apply. Une who feels himself competent to take
chsrge ol an eatabhahment will be preferred. Ire|0ireof e.
!?! r TERRE, Lentist, Na> 15? Bowery, from 8 to 10 A M ,
or from 5 to 7 P.M.
FARMER WANTED?A Single Man
who ULderitands Karmirg, and the care of Horses.
None hut American. Scotch or English, who can bring the
best of leftiencea, need apply. Address box No. ?.v?: Pott
Omce._
CLOVER N ESS WANTED.?Wanted,
f a Lady of an amiable disposition, to take the entire
charge ol a little girl. A person not less lhaa 2n years of age
preferred. This will be found an agreeable tituation, and lo
oce well qualified, the ccmpeasation will bo liberal. Ad?
dress P. l., at this i the
INFORMATION WANTED of DEN?
NIS MeCLEASTER, of the town of Colerain, County
Kerry. Ireland, woo landed in Philadelphia in Jona, 1849.
Anv information of him will be gladly received by hi* wife,
ANN Met 1.EASTLR, No. 1W Shippen-at., Pmladelphia. _
PARTNER WANTED ?With from
%i M.<> to |A.fa? Capital, tajoln tho advertiser and
M mmen^e the hosiery, Kanev GtWs and Jewelry business.
Wcu'd have no oljecuca to a bosaceas already ??etsjillsled,
aid would put in *!.??<?. The adveit ser has aa exuenaiva
acquaiCance. ard o aid influence a large trade. Addreas
JAMES, Box 3,MO Post-Office. _
TO JEWELERS.?Partner Wanted,or
Shop to Let. with or withonttha Tools. A good cbanca
tors good workman with asma.1 capital. Address KACTU
ry. at this office. _
rpHOMAS HOPE.?If Mr. Thomas
X Hope wiU maka hia real de rice knows to Mr. JOHN
NEIL, of Clinton. Maaa. ne will benefit tarns*If and aoaaja
a favor oa Mr. Hall.
ITH) DRUGGISTS?Wanted to purchase,
A a Rttai1 Dn g BbBM well Ibcated. and doing a fair bt*?.
ine?a: none but a tuit class store, worth from IhEM to #A
aMaiiil ajasarat. Adsreaa, CHEMIST AND APOTHE
ni.V. TlleMI UlEoe.
17 S. SCHOOL AGEN< Y?E.H.WIL
i e COX, Proprietor ? A mMMM of branches wait?
ed in Teacher*. N. gotiaiiona duly by beat Institutions,
K?mili,t?d Teechera (thirty vacancies) Patron* have a
cor^ i' pftal. perpetual and auecssful ?nnu ircem >nt of their
wants -i d .vent* on the rage* of the Register, for one per
rent, in sdvnce on on. year. Monev refunded for reporting
advertisement and nMM for Teacher*, and other order*.
\\fA TCI 1 M A K E R W \ NTEDT^A
? ? ci ri Petent Wa'chmaker. wanting a tituation South,
nil hear ol a desirable place hy applying to
PELLOW8 I CO, Nil 17 Maiden-lane.
WANTED?An American Boy about
16 ycaraof agn to learn Wood Kn;ravin?. One that
hss a t?fte for diaaaaBg pren-red. Inquire of J. F. BA
DEAL", No. ion Naa*au-*t, up rtairs.
11 ~Altf T~E~D?-A COOKTone who
? a thoroughly understand* the heuiiress aal ca:> serve
me?l* punctually. She will lie rennt-eat to wash and iron
neatly, and to consider the reasonable demvids of her tni?
mm a* her work. Call at No 47 VVilloughiiy *t, Brooklyn.
ANTED?An active and moral
- - Youth. Iri >ear* of sge, who resides with bis parent*.
w*nr? a situation in the Dry Oo^ls, lUrdware. <v eVoily
(jo cerv B isint ss. Reft renco s i en. Wages ?.? per week
Atores* H ILLIAM. Tribune (irrk-a.
RANTED?A Partner wttUfGOO, to
engage in a peer-table hmi.nese. To one trilling to
travel, and of aord address and husires* habiia, anoci.iir
t'iritv is t pei ed wbirh dec* not occur every day. Adireas
A B. C. at thisorlice.
\r .\\rH). for NEUT-H W EN?An
? T evt-etiem-ed Obamb* maid and Wnitres*; an expe?
rienced Nurse ard laajaaatraaii a a od p'an Co,->k, VVesiier
and Ironer. All must e Protestant*, and prod ice good ref
eiences. Ajplv No. M8 Orand-st.
AY
"IV ANTED?A Protestant Woman, as
a y Chambermaid ami Waiter,aad to do alainaaa aa
Good city re!, ren.es. Apply at O. A. BRADBROOK'S, No.
2U7 Broadway.
VI/A NTKD? A Violinist of the firat'ranlt,
T ? tc go ;n; ? a pleasant part of the countly to teach the
Violin a few areeks owaag the present sexton. None but a
rimshed Performer nasal apply. To such an ona a liberal re
munerafion will he ottered. The location is situated la She*,
turne. C-itfenden Co., V .. moot, on the east shore of Lake
Chaiuplam. six mile* soi.i!. of the pleasant village of Rur
lingtou. Vt. Addies* P.M. 8ILELBURNE, Vt, with term*,
"IT ANTED?A Lad from l8to 20 j
y w old, living with Ir.s parent* tu lax. - Mato! Li ?
ciij,a*(ierk in a CoalOfsaa, App'ya: S i. PC B iwery,
between 9 and |0 o'c!- ck, A .M. Rcrarencee retpitre l.
$'"? (.(10 T? *,0'?00? v Partner is
rt * " wanted la i eat In a very
vslual.'e Msr.nfactnnaa Bnsiaeea in tnnritv, to establish a
branch of it iu New-Orkane. Sake* very 'area, aad artUsoal
competition. Pri nu'-e thea tuO per t eni Address im
n tn.tr> !v. NMV-oRLKANS, fnr.. SOOflk ?.
(Tfiurm-o fot I3nsintn3 {Wen.
1BUSINESS STAND foi >\LE.? The
? It ate for a term of year* of one < f th" beettnereela
( anal-st near Broacwcy. aVppi) to P A OlT?N, N'j. ?
Navau-at
HARDWARE BUSINESS for SALE.
?1 he StiK-k is light, and well selected. The loc.vion
ca not l e siirprssed. A leass wili be given ot i!ie pn iu.st;*,
at h low rent. The owner U ing otbeiwise eiuagod, ca inot
attend l" it, in the only reason tor selling. Apply at No. Ui
Avenue I), near the I try (lock.
PICTURE DEALERS.?A - otleman
s! out leaving the city, ho* a nuiuh-r ol mti Pif B*M
w lot h lie wuUeli at a ba'gaiu. AaUraaa C. B. B Broadway
Post-Oliice.
ri'(? F?R N1TL K E~ DBALERS and
JL CABINET MAKERS - Pa - pn ?aal rr. arti tor being
about to engage in other baatssMa. is Hesuoti* ol .I t *jat*V| 0*
hi* present place, a Kurnituie W.tr. ,,x in and ftWafn
togatfcal with the stock, on reasonable lei en The ata* d is
in old one, ai d conata/itlv liuatovlag, Kn i man with a
small cat ltnl this is a good oiiportuiiity. Address, with leal
name. PUS NHL RE, this on.ee.
riH) PHYSICIANS uid DRUGGISTS.
J_ ?Foi sale, a we!' established Drill s'.ore in one o. the
11 at tl crougbfare* Tin* present* a tiao opportunity for a
Physician dtsiron* of commencing practice. Apply to A.
M DAI 11'son, Bookstor-, .v. WCanal-at.
TK) PHYSICIANS and DRUGGISTS'
? Fi r sale, an ohl es a 'lulled Di ug Store, in a g'sal lo?
cality, well sto< ketl. and doaaa a a >od and constantly i*>
creasing busines*. Kor particulirs adflraai K. B OOLDER,
Jr.. No. 37? (Jrantl-at.
TI71LMOT'S PATENT CEREOME
\ T TER, or DRAIN WEIOHER^-Thla la the mo at
simple, compact, ingenious and use ful machine ever in wo led.
it will hi .ill grain, dun barge it.n II, and register its own
v.o. k. Mi lie Ik ata.ii dcah" is and husiueiis men are inviietl to
see it in operation for a few dava, (at!)o'clock.) at the Brook
lju City Mills, Kulton Kerry, Biooklyn. Right* for *ale.
G?mmer Retreats.
BOARD in the < Ol'NTKV.?A few
pt-isons of one family can tied a very d''!i^h'.ful Sum?
mer Rennet,ce in a Kami l.oi., v. i'.ii good Board, in a rural
and healthy location, and unusual privilege* for a ueairaWa
fam'ly Ilarae* and carnage can b>: taken care of?wiuiu an
hour of the city by lludsun River Railroad. Address LIN
NKT, Tribcna orhce.
A small Uoi.se, partially furnished, also to rent, near the
above.
1 A P E M A V-SEA BATHING^
(
^1 CONGRESS MALL will b" open on the pith of Jona
neat '1 he location ot tin* house and the Ugh and beautiful
groundsin front render it the most rteinabl" ot" any on the
IMand. The propnetor hopes to BMril a continuance 't the
yery liberal patronage heretofore re.-eived
W. B. MILLER, Propnetor.
COUNTHY B ARDING.?A few gen
teel Sum er Boa I is can be well actnoim idated in
a pn vale family where lb, re are no children, twetitv miles
by railroid from the cit. . thiee minutes' walk !>om the *ta
Hoa. Location pleaaan ai d healthy. Address Box No. 7o.j
Po?t-Ortice.
COUNTRY ROARDIN(;.?Four Gen
y llaaaaa and ifeaai arlaaa t?n aaaaaaaaaaaaatad with
Board in the village ot Huntington. Long Island. The. house
la pleasantly situated on a rising ground, half way bei weeu
the bailor and the vi.lage. which tor health, scenery, gun
um* and lulling caiuiot be surpa.?sed. Appti on ihe op-musea
a, JAMES CONDOR.
COUNTRY ?OARD?Hu.Uon River
side, at the Mansion iiouae, foot of 8?it?) ?t Spaciona.
nevated, healthy, with good bathing, boating, bailing, and
charming sctnery on every tide, and ot etuy acces* by stage
ind ?tean.boat; it orter* advantages rarely co^ibmed. fafl
turtl.er intorniatlon apply at the bouse or to Messrs. Moore
S. II. itfall, Bookseller*, coruor Exchang.. plice and Han
averat.
THE MARINE HOTEL, at Fairfield,
Connecticut, will be oitened by Its proprietor, J. B.
kiONNOT, on tie tat day of J**9S) a?*ft. as ? SBMSS braocli
of the New-York Hotel The Marine Hotel la situated In ?
beautiful village on Long Island Sound, alt"rdiug all the in?
ducements of excellent *ea bathing aLd ro n?title d.iyes in
the adjacett country. Every endeavor will be exerted to la
sure (or the Hotel ihe distinguish-d patronage of prevnou*
watens. Plans can be setn and rooms engaged at the above
Hote:. at Kai'field. or at the New-Tort Hotel. The distance
7i n. paw-Toft :s id mnea, at'd trains by the New-iork and
Sew-Haven Fail road atop at K airfield a^verai tt.-ntaeacti itaa
1\/00STER HOUSE, DANBURY,
? T CONN- will be opened by the atibscriber on the lit
of June. It i* pleauntly located within a few rod* of Lha
Eailrtad l).'p..t. The house is large, newly built, and abun
ianUy supplied with pure and soft apnog water, for bathing,
kc, ar.d l* tilted up with all the c. i.v.-ii:-..,. , af io <! -u !io
tels. Dan burr is about three hours' ride fluni this city by the
New-York and New-Haven and Daobury and Norwalk Rail?
roads, and oder* attraction* to those wishing to .uit tha
eountry during the ?unmier moniha W. SIMONSON.
Coarb and Rooms.
ALADY, having her own time unoc
cip ed, ?iahe* two or three Cbi'dren to Board snth
her Be?t of c'ty reference* given. Note* addxeaaed to P.
M. P., thi* office, will be responded to.
AFEW~GENfLEMEN can be accom
im d*ted with partial Board, oa reasonable term*, at
No. 27 West llth-st.
ASMALL PRIVATE FAMILY, oc
cap;icg a large brown atone houee, with ail the naodera
improvemrnta, woald accommodate one or more fanuliea
with Board, or would let to angle gentlemen Rooms, with
break fast and tea. Apply at No. bOj Waat Wmm* near
6th-ay._
APRO FESSOR of the PIANO?
FORTE, who can give the beat references ?? to
qualification* and character, is desirous of obtaining board
to a family where his instruction* would be a remuneiausn.
Addreta PROFESSOR OF MUSIC, at this canee._
APRIVATE FAMILY on Brooklyn
Hight*. near Pulton Ferry, can accommodate ?"?""^
man and Wile and three single Gentlemen_wuh roorns, and
P*rtial board lor genUenien. Loc^rioa |'Hi?J "j
View of nyer acd Ur Term, aaij |h_AJ.'I'J J ?
changed. For partiaaiara addreaa BROOKLYN, rnbona
Ottka._
APROFESSION A LGENTLEMANcan
be accommodated wrJi a front Room for an Omca, and
with partial Board if reuuired, at the boose of a respectable
faicilj residingat a pleasant diataace up town, east of Broad?
way Addrtee, R L C, Union-perk i'ost-otlice.
4 LARGE Fl"RNISKFD BEDROOM
I \ '?? \. \ 7 - I n I ? ; j1.- to nr>? or two Oaotta
' ? *'ti> m wit boa ikRat it I te* on too cornerof
Beaiaaa ai-l Motto.-si*. taojpiM at No. otf Mortonat.
AFURNISHED ROOM to LET?In
T : - N ?4 Br rrfw-ty. ertranc* ra Etenklia at
APLEASANT ROoM with HOARD,
for s Gentleman aid WlaV or single Geotletn-n. la a
? i r>ai ?im Mock fn>ui St. Joan's park. No.
Jt \ enck-st., third <i> or irvin Ktankfia.
AW IIOW LA D V ^a U.ly7nTo*n~
: hinan witrout an.all children, can ba accommodated
w.:l. a pallor and one at l?o bedrooms, either witaj or with?
out B.arc, in a uit nant location near th* city, aa) In* Massaf
the Harlem Railroad, or a tavt of the htoae won* be let anal
n nt taken in board. A Via.ng couple wishing aa live eeav
i. aaicaJN end retiree" w.. ifd ni d rhu a favorable ?i?;?>rtu?i
ty. A .v res?COUNTRY HOUSE, Tribune OtBoe, or L'auoav
?|i are Post Omca.
Bi) \ RD?With room suitable tor mar?
ried or single paiMBt can be had at No* 82 and M
raatid at.. between Latxiaftea and iris-av* Tte hoaeea
cave the modern lntprov melts,
HOARD?Furnished or Unfurnished,
with lull m .tartial Board, aaay ha obtain d in tha>
large new houae No S.<7 4th at., having bathe and gaaihroogh
out French and Italian are apoken in the bona?. IMnaaaT
hour j paat S.
nOARDING.? A second-story front
Boom, and art era! small r otna, at No. \V> t^iamasawgjk
Also, furbished rooms, without Board, at 148 Cha'iiberaaC
OARDING.?A fora?hed Parlor and
I Bedroom, with Board, can be obtained, separately or
together at No at Bleach** ?t. opposite Weeley-plae*.
BOARDoeai ? N ioS sc<lARE,?'IW
or three si gts Oaotlsanaa. asai a Gentleman and hia
\\ He, can he arcomntoria'ed with pleasant rooms handsome?
ly fmniahed, tailors with chain her, aojotntng. With) gas\arV?
rata baths. Ac, in the elegant stone bouse No. tia East
Nineteenth ?ir,-.-t, only one block above the Clarendon
l ite an nation is delightful tor summer.
BOARD.?A suit, or single rooms for
families and atj gla Gentlemen, may ha had by apply
Ins at No. 37 We* Twutv-secoud-st., near Flfth-av. With
ail modem improvements. References required.
OA KD.?Three or four Gentlemen can
be accommodated w.th good Board and pleasant
looms. Apply st No. I!'.' Chatham-square.
0 A R1) IN li. - 1).!ig hrfuI Summer ResT
. lane*, large UariSen attached, Itat? (Vet deep; large)
rooms and nails, aooasalMa to business; Kipp At Brown'a
Btaswa pass every three r , offer an inatwae
n- lit ? below down-town price* Every attention Bald.
Roems tor RaarlHaa er singleg"nt lernen. A; ply iuiin.<duiely
at No tvVl Hudson-a! , near Ahingdon-park. or addteas S. P.,
Tribal c ? rl . e, which will receive aiu-titivu same clay. Raf
? ?? t.ec a exchanged.
BOARD.?A large front Room on the
.M tic* r. wi'h ??! til room adjoining: ?l*> two rooms on
the :<l t'oor irort, to let. with ptiltal RoaVa, to threa or tour
s ngle (teritN inen. in a small poxaie family. Apply at No. *
Iii t a*t isth at, lieiweea tl.nu?ay and 1 h-av. Heterencaa
exchanged.
13
B
BOARD, at No. 154 C!11iml.cr--.r.?
Fiasjaauanae aaiWaa^with Im pantrie* suitable tar (lew*
tn men and lh. n V. icea Ai>?> m tu if r aingle tl^ntlemen.
ITaa haaai la?aasVsrac, hat l??iha, pantries, and every ctmva?
ti.ciice. aiui is wed kepi.
D?ARDat V.'ILLlAMSI.?KGH.No. 5
1 j) Dwkwta past e. hat? ???nit a :,1 %i il ., n-ar Peck-slip
ferry?a my eh a*a t aiiuation. Tenne uioderata. - Raufat
encesTt quired and given.
r>OARD r ear UNION SQUARED?A
? karatagis Oaaatl ? aa M-^d a bV ntleman and Wifacaat
i .? pira?a. tlf Bacon tn'tda'ed witn haiidaonie furnished
liiK.fi a, wob H"a'd, in an ? I ?gunt atone house, furnished
wi h ell lbs) modern improvements?a delightful summer
IBM Kani'lita Onion* of ph asset Hccommoifatloiia
are M.in i'ed to w ake early S 'plu..to o at the ho iso No. ?1
M'aal i 'tin., in ai jI!. av i "11111 modeiaut, and relerauce*
? v. hat god. 1
BOARl)ING^-FRrailiei and Ge^ademei
can fie afawaatwodaBaai srilb suite or single Koonta,
ftaradabed or urn inn?l ?
two in ? four atory blown s>
\ Ii I ill ot partial Hoard, in lht?
e hoiiies. eligibly aituated lit
rtweeu a mi .Is* the houses am lie w and
ntwly tiiruiahed. coot tin all /lie mode.u oiiprovcin K9tt> Ap*
piv jI No oA ai il 7 \v i it liefst, bet v?en Vh and hin av*
rIOARD?With thcicpmjlorta of home,
J) in s ?ina'l private fai i Iv, in a' n-'al hones and tie'gh
i i o. <i two lib i tu weal ol carnei of Itroal-iay ?nd Ptince
a'a '1 Im e <>r (out neu ai d bawdaun ely funiislieil to ont will
fe !-t to ?in a'h pararoai Unasfjaaaea wuhn g breakfaai
and teaopU wil be preft ? i BsifiaraawM iwqui.el. Apply
h Mr- SPRM fit. Ho, 114 UlBSBI at
BOARD WANTED?By a ?entlt man
ai.J small fu.ii11i>. tu a | ovate fa.nlly, Weat of Broad?
way. The. lovaliou BSBS4 ba pic BBint and near the Br.Msdwa*
Stags rontta Nci.e i,, ed a) \<\j uul. is they can give ill* bawt
.1 rsfclBBaaal Acli..es?II. \\. W , Tribune OawgSa
BOARDING_Pletatut Room*, rail
abb f.r Kimfl.es or (?ootlemeu, on Ihn *cwindend
tl ,i Mo ra. to let attk I'o ..d, a No 71 Irving-paee, ae
t.itn IGtJ and 19theta 'i in ho ae has all tlta modern oou>
vi nit ncr. References t xc linogi d.
BOA RD.?Two Gentlemea and their
\* ivt ?, ir wo oi kbraa single (Jeutlemen, can havo
g i ,: R MUS ?itli Iftsrd, at No S'J K.ast 14th St., corner 4th
av and I nionupmre.
BOARD--For I -if !<? (icntleman, in a
private family, where he may have the comforts of a
In.me. tn houth Brooklyn, tifieen minutes' walk from tlie
Si uth Kerry. Stages paa? close by every tew mimitne. Ad
dreas B. C. A , Tnhuiie Uflice. Binct reference reipitred.
OARD in BROOKLYN.?Handsome
furnished apartments can lie had at No. I'll aVheimar
botti-ai . t?'?een Boeiinn ami Suuth-ais. The loeation Is aa
aleaaant as any tB Prooklya, baba| kaa minutes' walk irom
il ? loath Ketry ami t t.i iik.tj'.ijs' from the ITullon-at.
rerry
BOARD.?A Gentleman and his Wife
ran be accoinnea'ali I wilh a large front Room, with
Board, and if warned, a beasTtJOSB adiotJahaft, at No. 62 East
Broadway Also, two or thiee young Oeotleuieil with full
or par Hal Board.
BOARDING?A few (tVntlernen can bo
areommodated with the comforts of a home at No. ft
Spring-st._
BOARD.?A private fatnily having more
ria m than fhev need, will let to two Gentleman and
the l \\ nes two large pleavanl Hooms with a large pentry
Ntiai hi '1 ii> each, in the kd ?'ory. Alao a giatd aizad hail Bed
II'i in. Iti"|iiired. same B*aW, all un'urniahed. With good
plain Boaid, on modeiate terms. Apply at No. 9S CuarU
bu-st,_
BOARD.? Two Gentlemen ami tlnir
Wives and a few BsBfls Oeiiileiuen can be actomiao
o tti d v. :th Board and good Koouia luimahed, or uulurnnhad^
a No. Iftft V\ ashu.g!oi. at., Broualvu. Il.t: unnutes' Waik froltt
?UIU<? If.ITT.
BOARD IN WlLUAMSBURt.H.-A
s' it of Booms, unfurnished, on lie. ?aBBJgt rt'air, and
I' - on tsUb bad lawisjM ou the th<rd, may U- ban t.,i|
or partial Board by taiinln , or single g-utleinen, by applying
at the third house in l-.t'h-'. kBtawssjaj S NM h fi"iit!i and
So.-.th fifth nia The location is destrahse and conveninat,
or.lv a few iii'nutea' vc a!k from ?e< k alip ? rry. Terms mod?
erate. Reference to Mr. Et OKNE V AI.f.N 1'INK, No. 17
\' a.I at.
B
BOARDING.?Gentlemen and their
W ? ? an.I i i. w O'-i . tn-n. ran ba acsaaajsno
oated with good Board and piea- oit Rooms, at No. iJl Hud
BOARD ia SOl'TH BROOKLYN.?
A Ontiemao and \\\U and threa single (luntleeaen
tan be a< i on. mt dated with Board in a newly fara tailed tigst>
class time. Applv at No f") Ileiiryst near Preaideat, a
r j. t.a' walk I join Hamilton Kerry, llefsrtiuce givaal
and reqaued.
BOARD in a PRIVATE FAMILY.?
Two or three srariont and airy Rooma to tat, with
board, having cnmawdioua parilnea attached to tnem. Per
?' i s vhahiaj spacioM apsttmenta will do well to apply at
No M Ho'iaton-st., a tew doors from Broadway.
BOARD ?To let, well furnished Rooma
wub Uavd. Ihehtuae has been newly furnished.?
Re'ereure leq .ued. l?'jui.e at No. il Walser at , west of
Citadway.
BOARD in BROOKLYN?A Gentle
man er d Wife, or two or three single Gentlemen?to
n.ske a social family?csn las accommodated. The It rasa la
new. on the corner of two pleasant thoroughfaree -one of the
meat pleaiant and healthy bjcatlons in the city, fifteen mm
ufes' walk fron, the South Kerry. There is a fine piano \n tbe>
bouse, and all that la requisite to a social and cotaforUbta
house. Address ATLANTIC, this office._
BOARDING.?A ?mall familroccopy
Id* an airy and commodious Hoees ia the upper part
of the city, would be pleased to ra*-ive a Gentle nanjut*
Wife to board. Also, a few Oeatllemen to Lodge, wiih
Breaktast and Tea. Any pe.aon. desinag such accom??ia.
bon* will please call ai No 207 20th ft., near gth-ar. Radar,
ancea given and required. _
BOARD.--A (ieritlv-mao and his Wife
or a few single gentlemen can ba eecejmmodated with
full or partial Board, in a house with all the modem lmprova
merte, and where there are bat few boarder* Apply at No.
6$ Waat sOst-et. . _
BOARD.?A back Parlor with Board?
furnished ar cm furnished, smtal.la for a (lent leans*,
and his Wife, or two single Gentlemen. Apply at No. 11
Leroy place, Bteecker-et_
BOARD.?To let, with Board, a largo
pleasant hack parlor, with pantry; on* equally Urge)
and pleasant oa the third Boor, with large pantry. laquirw
at No I rat 4th-av. A hath in the bouse, with all other mod?
ern improvements. _
BOARDING.?To Let, a third story
front and back Room and Bed-ooea, in a pleasant
bouse, occupied bv a small family, with partial hoard if ds>
sired. A good bauimg room ta the houae. LoceripB dawira.
b.e and convenieat to Broadway. Apply at No. 12? Greeaa?
il best below PtUice. Ratereoca raquiied.

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