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?P^Ztih Country New?papers. Dally Paper* received
M^^vbowt?rnMaiVhtiher than those of TA? TV*
_. ?KW.YORK WKKKLY TRIBUTE,
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** ... ...j g^ry Saturoat McRHIN?, at Um low price of
? in advance Eicht copies for ti\ or twenty
' \*Mtt?ArrM tor $30. und the paper In no eaae eon*
I ?___!?J the time tor which r i* paid. Advertisement*
twill be charted SO cenU per 11m each tnsartioa,
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kaSyjbed oa the departure of each Mail Steamer for,Cha>
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?lfri?l Notices.
* tir Land Heforaa?One Mtru?-gtle itlore!?A
HjSToetBeriBg ol ''ai'1 Reformer* and citizen* generally.
?saVeet awtia?*'o?: '?' part v. will be convened in the Park
sVTBl'MDAY EVENING, May 26. at 5 o'clock, P. M.. to
?ret R*ee the Ueited State* Senate the importance of W
~2^,7acOeB as the Homestead bill, now in the hands of a
"flm ite?ol ,hat body. Itonglee, of Illinois, Walker, of
TwHMtfka. ?R* other member* of the Senate, with Jame* T.
RnuuTahB N an Buren, Horace Oreeley. Theodore E. Tora
h mi ( ha? k Dane and ether able speaker*, are expected
^vUlL <k> ?Mwtini B? order of the Commute*,
to Cddret? tat RwtUB|. ?J ? J(JflN COMERKORn
WM V BARR,
JOHN M. KEYSER.
Hriw^a?erfr^n^oir^
jLXal toevention of the American.Union oi Wiationi.ts
?into held at No ? School-*t, Bocton on FRIDAY, May
J? .?11 o'clock. A M. By order of the Executive Coninut
Jf " 0 Ci0C** A HtjRACE OEEELEY, President.
~tmrT*m fltruibrrnaf Mount Verneo Division
w- at M of T.. are reqiiffted to be punctual in their
Saaaaeeat Iba nietii.c oT the Diviaion on MONDAY
SVKMNO, Ma; 'M, 1?^. ??* the reeulution of lurrendthog
Uair Charter come* up tor action. By order of the Di vision.
T. CLARK, W. P.
Tfcw Recalar .>Irctln? ot the New-York
? liutal Kocleiy take plM? on TLE?UAY
in? Mai A at the Stnyvraaot Inati'ut*.
8HEPPERU KNAPP, Prewdent.
Gao. Wm.Cprtis, Secretary.
~*mr Nallee.-Parket Khip Hlddona, for lilver
M?l.-Khip)*n by the abo\c veaael are particularly re
oaatMd to clear their goodf at thn Custom-nouie, without
jLh* and laud in IMU bill* of iading for wciiiturr. to the
tk?fl SPOFFOR1), TILESTON t CO., No. 48 South-at.
" rjrpoat-Officc, New-York.-NOT'CE.?The Mail
RxCaHforeia, kc, via Havana per 1' s. M.S. EMPIRE
CITY, will elite at thic office on MONDAY. May 24, at 1
f. M. WH. V. BRADY, P. M.
ry Wratern llomeatead \ ?< social Ion,- A rexu
aa> meathlt mo? tire of tbi* Aatociation will ba held on
MONDAY EYEJN1NO, Mav 24, at Chatham Hull, No. 5
Ckathain-tquarH. at oVlock. Daniel C. Smith, Esq., and
?tkeat will explain the object* of the ARanciation. Sunacnp
tkw fee oolj 26 cent* ; monthly du?* $1: ahcei v" The
Make tic invited to attend. ABRAHAM 0. LEVY,
VYm. V. Bark, Sec'y. Preiiriaiit.
~0TA Home for All.?A meetin? of the MOI'NT
HUPE VILLAGE ASSnri \T!n;. will be held at Mili
tary Ha.I. Bowery, on MONDAY EVENING, May 24, at
toclock. Subiciiben and other* nre invited to attend.
fjf Notice.?On h e Panama Rairoad Compant
Eew-York, May 2", It;'?2.?A contract hutu* tin* day been
aeaGudtd lor the cuiupleuou ol the Railroad fromvea to lea,
ataateeUocof the Board ol Director*, held THIS DAY, the
aVUowinK reaolutlon was adopted, via:
Stull, d. That th? Capital Sto<k of tin* Company be In
araaatdto $2,500,000, by new *ub*ciipuou* to the amount of
?l,.H'<>,H'", and that Waer* ot' the preeent capital atock of
ll,U0D(iOii be (Milled to (ubacribe at any time Before the Ut
?ay of June next, to the extent of one aud one-half aharec
I for each ?hare he id by them respectively. Korei({n Stock?
holder* to be uonlii d of thi* remilutiou, and to be allowed a
reasonable tune lor availinc themteUea ul tlna privilege.
Tin per cent to be paid at the time of nberribing, ten per
?tot. 011 the lot day of a..(;????. and the remainder in indal
Btent* a* retiuirea tor the completion of the work.
FRANCIS SPIES. Secretary.
a^lvrol*^*^PANAMA RAILROAD COMPANY
OBrial in/oniiation ha* been received at thi* office that the
Railroad ha* been opened for travol to Kr^jola, the next *ta
tloo above Bnjio Soldaa*, tor the prevent, and until the road
? apeurd to the crouinf place on the Chacre? River. The
train* l?a\e daily Uuui Aapiuwall at J 'JO A. M , aud Fniola
*3 P M FRANCIS SPIES, Secretary.
OaVce Panama Railroad Co., New-York, May 18, 1852.
?TNotk** to PeiKwenaera from Pnnama to
fKltfornla.-The PAC1PIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COM
FART foul oelled upon to /? ve public notice that no ticket*
Vtt to reeognlAed by their ayent at Panama which are not
by an officer of thi* Company, and that ticket* thus
_?*c be obtained only at their Ajenoy, No. IT7 Wa*t
UtIC. L BART LETT, Em , Boaton , or of Meamra ARM
10NG, HARRIS -V CO., New Orlean?.-New-York, Jaa.
BUR Ry eitler, WM. H. DAVIDOE, Secretary.
Emtsrnwt IntrlllKenre Office nnd Labor
HjO, No*. 25 and 27 Canal-*t., New- York ? Thla
ectabliahed by the t'ommiMionerc of Emigration,
who*can alway* be found large nuui)>er* of Laborer* and
RwranU at eery l?w rates of wactw, and person* can have
tbjir order* filled by writing to the Superintendent and aend
kg flat Amount necea*arv to pay the paatage of the partiaa
?to*Awi, No feet charged to employer*
_ _ JAS. P. PAGAN Superintendent
HP*Hrbirii Hair.?Hyperion Fluid.?Thi* if ?
?rmnwit.un admirably adapted to the diieaae* of the Hair,
and ha* the particular merit nf being prepared purely from
Vrfetab.t iugredieala, *u that iu application i* rn-rfrstly*tfe.
Hew (,hen do we perceive voung peraou? with hair nearly
fnv, or afflu tcd w ith I>aldiiea?, a!! aiu>u>x I nun intlammaiioffl
of the tkin ol the head, catiaed by severe study, violent grief,
?ad other lueuiai aHUctioui. By a liberal u?e ol the nypo
rioii, in a short time they will tind, to thetl delight, a coin
plete change will have taken place in the action ot the - tia,
andaiichaudluxutUtitg.owth of liair, ol iti original color,
aillahotrly lo.'iow. lu ellect* iu eleRucirj| the imir fr./m
?tuiland dai.drud are also truly wonderful. The Hyperion
should be me of the principal ?ppeudaccc to every la?lv'? aud
fniienMa'itcJvt.
May to bed of A B. v D. Sand*, No. 100 PVlum-rt. t Ruah
ton. I lark v C*v No. m and Rice \ Smnh, No. 727 Broad
ORy^Carty k Co., No. 245 Pearlet.; and by DmggUte aud
PsTtniner? through, ut the world.
iJ^y^T4 ?????^????n Bulldlnir .\??ocintl?in
Di.* abate Jot sale, on which no arrears are due. Prne $75.
Apply to8TLPHEN BRUGKEU, No.248 Diviaion-et.
IT'T*ird .Mnnhuirnn Muildin? AaNoolatton.
*Jf* J'1|d Wkr mouthly meeting of the above Association
S^iJrVtV*430 Broonie-at. (entrance in Crosby) ou
SSIPfs?^ kninci. May 24, at 8 o'clock, wheu Share.
mL~'?**i bw redemption.
-J** ?f thi* AMociation ha* been removed to No. 61
J??'??*??, under the Lordlard lu*urance Company Thi*
J^e??? sj rapidly tilling up; tb^y have two-third* of
J?WA*?rtoali*ady*ulAKn^ All who wish to join 4
?r~S5 *??ocl?non. will find thi* to their advantage, a* it
Z^jT^ly^ U?>7 wi.fi to cluaa Uicir boufca. ThoM
"jg*? ? loiu, can do *o by calling at the Secretary'^
(w . (baiiiberMt, or on the night of the meeting
iT* maa ?AM. to P P. M U> receive *ub?;ription? and
JAMES N. LIB BY. Pre-ident.
t w ?, DAVIS COI.LA.MOKK, \ ice-President.
-*? ? "'?to?. Secretary; No. 61 Chambers-et.
SHmn?fmeme..
ADAHE 01vix) goldschmidt
iJ!?* JENNY LIND) begs to announce thai
9m pre her
LAST CONCERT IN AMERICA
wMonday evening, May 24, isssl
la castle harden.
PROGRAMME.
0,?,_ _ . Pari 1
jVT-'-r-Le* df ux Journee*.Cherubini.
Aiperieoi.Me' .t.perd. (U i'.ntu:.i)..Boiluii
!?? thltnor C. Badiali.
a???~( M!* Diva iL? Normo).Belhui.
La? kl "ADAME Jr NN Y GOLDSCHM1DT.
t^onc .to in (i minor.M-udeUwohn.
||^<rUn.f'(ilt(-Mf. Ot ro Goi.lHX HMIDT.
iVJ"?''??* '* If J i uro in Italia).Roatiiii.
BAD AMI JENNY OOLDSCUM1DT
aud MgajH Uauuli.
O????^ u? '*aT 11.
ffK^ri'1.He-old.
?? aoatRBc uj two Flutes? (t amp of Sile
.Meyerbeer.
?ADAME J) NNY OOLDtM HMIDT.
*A?-..? *lat?-s? Mtwr* Ribtscl and SitiiLKR.
**-ir l .Thalberj.
*Cea.>. i ?r*",>-?rorte?Mr Orro Gold?chmii>t.
'.TV.""^"-".Reotot Bailed.
"lsk??. 1A.D<CM*- JENNY GOLDSCHMIDT
^*,S,,JI1.s? Mekdy.
W ^ ?>V *ME JENNY GOLDSCHMIDT.
ai Factolwu.Roesini.
f*fin-. ? . . Pia??? C. B?i>iAi.i.
YOWOll lo Aniejica?1\ ord* bv C. P. Cranch .Goldsthuiidt.
RADAMJCJENNi goldschmidt.
0'' I'cstra will consist of eithty performer*.
LiT?**.". .7.Mr Theo. Eisfeld.
iE,**.Mr. Joseph Burke.
s. ?P?< at ?4 o'clock ; Concert to ?ouiinence at 1
StoTh.iV*^'^ th? vrords of the *ocgs, in Engli.h, Oer
iaisV?U ??? ^ ?wediah, toi sale at the aoor oa the even
fK^0"*^ Price 12i cuts.
kmulli^>T,>J ln" "wuii'i Concert will bo found dia
T???all the?,?:,. ^
**QtDaf li*7A'i.w'" ilave deoiaro* agajnrt Mr or Madame
?weAaTn-i v.J.* *>U please ??-ud their a. couuti tor ?Jttie
S&^?My.f^ Dehuouico'c Hotel, Broad
Rickets f?;r madamk otto
<!?*? Mlto. Jenny Lindl
NCERTS A few choice *.*i
Cs1^*0.,J*"a ol the houi
f *4. For **Je i_
to JW EiCwAtfRy, New-i-oik.
LcvT^ ?irP*Jt? of Ul? bouse, for MONDAY EVENING S
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE.
VOL. XII.NO. 3,463. NEW-YORK, MONDAY, MAY 24, 1852. PRICE TWO CENTS.
JENNY LINO'S LAST CONCERT.?
Two Ticket* fat sale seven or tight rowi fio-u the frost,
opposite the ten, Apply to C M. brower,
_Room No. No. 3 at No. 8 Wali-at.
TICKETS for JENNY LINO'S FARE
WELL CONCERTS in AMERICA-Choice rntta
mav be secured for all part* of the house at MILLETS Ma?
fic Store, No. SS? Broadway, oppotit? Broadway Theatre.
TICKETS for JENNY LIND'S LAST
CONCERT io AMERICA for tale at GOULD k
BERRY'S Music and Piano-Forte Wajerooms, No. 2S1
Broadway, two door* above Chickering?. Ticket? alao
bought
OLE BULL respectfully begs leav? to
1mm
another grand concert,
to take place on
THURSDAY EVENING. May 27,
Atthe METROPOLITAN iiALL, aacsted by the
GERMANIAMUSICAL SOCIETY and ALF ilED JAELL.
~ PROGRAMME.
pa et l
1. Grand Overture?M Nabiico'?.Verdi.
2. Variation* di Bravura, upon tire air " l'enio ah
l'amofrom M Romeo," by.Bellini.
Composed and performed by OLE BULL.
3. ("i'rand Concerto in O minor for Piano-Forte, with
full orchestral accompaniment..,.Mendelssohn.
Performed by ALFRED jaell.
4. The Mother*! Prayer- for Violin, eompoted and performed
by ole bull.
part ii.
5. Orand Overture?* Napcleon't last Days".Bergmann.
6. "To the Memory of Wa*hin*U>n "?for Violin, composed
and performed by OLE BI LL.
7. A, "La Source," by Blumenthal; B, "Bohemian Polka."'
by Jaell-tbr Piano-Forte, performed by ALFRED
JAELL.
8. Carriivale de Vene*???firand Variation*, Burlesque, for
? \ lulu ,composed and performed by OLE BULi*.
Ticket? ol admission, to all part* of the houae, $1. For
?ale at the Music St .ret of Messrs Hall k S- n, Gould k
Berry, S. C Joilie, Jamie* k Brothera, Kerksig A. Brewing,
Vanderbeck, Schauenburg k Luia Gordon*, Geib 4c Juckfon,
and Chr?tmau; at the Astor, Irving and Colamore House*,
New-York, American and Delmonico Hotel*; alao, at the
door en the evening of the Conceit. Door* open at 6j} Con?
cert comaience* at 8 o'clock.
ASTOR-PLACE OPERA-HOUSE.?
THIS EVENING, May 24. and every Evening till
further notice will be presented, tlie original Drama of the
CORS-ICAS BROTHERS; OR, LA VENDETTA.
Loui* Del Franchi, ) The Twin ( u. n v a k
Fabien Dei Franchi, f Brother. { Mr- ? V- Br00"
Parquet and Boxes, 50 cents; Amphitheater, 25 cents:
Sola Seat*, |1. n. B.?Ticket* *old for Parquet, Boxe* and
Solas. Secure the seat* for the evening. Door* open st 7,
performance* will commence at ~i o'clock.
TVTIBLO'S GARDEN. ?JOHN SEF
XI TON. Manager.-THIS EVENINO, May 24, will kg
performed, the Opera, entitled
THE DAUGHTER ok THE REGIMENT.
Marie.Mine. Thillon I Tomo.Mr. Hudson
Sulpiee.Leach ) Corporal Cartouche.. .Lytter
Uortensiu*.Andrews | Pontoon.Wim? ton
An Intermission of 20 minute* between the act*.
AdmiaeioD?50cent*. Doo.g open at 7 o'clock; to com?
mence at 8 o'clock.
TVTIBLO'S GARDEN. ? CAROLINE
j.1 ROUSSET'S benefit, TUESDAY, may 2?, on which
oication ehe will have the honor of presenting a series of en?
tertainment*, coDtitiir g of la BAYADERE, ROBERT LE
DIABLE and CATARINA.
The extraordinary Inf ant Planiate. nine years of age. m'lle
Petit, and her lather, will n.ake their lirtt appearance in
America.
BROADWA Y THEATER?E. A. Mar
gfUix, tole Lewee?THIS EVENING, May 24, will be
pieteuted the Bal't t Divertuement, entitled
UN JOUR DE CARNEVAL A SEVILLE.
Marco.. .Mi G. \V. Smith | Mariquita....Mile.Lola Monte*
The enteitainmeiit* to commence with the Ciuiedy ot
ALL THAT GLITTERS IS NOT GOLD.
Stephin Plum.Mr. Conway I Lady Leathendge.Min.V'emon.
THE VALET DE SHAM.
Wiglei.Mr. Cha*. Hale | Clipper.Mr*. J. Sefton.
BURTON'S THEATER?Chambers
?t.?BENEFIT of Mr. T. B. JOHNSTON.?THIS
ev EN1NG, Mav M. will he ?l*v*rt a new Burletta called
FOUNDED ON FACTS.
Skeptic.Mr. Watkin* I Mrs Skeptie.Mr*. Skerrett
RATHF:R EXCITED.
THE TOODLES, or The Fanner's Daughter.
And the new Drama called THE RAGGED SCHOOL.
Ureas Circle and Parquet. 5? cent <; Second Tier, as cent*;
private Boxes. $51 Orchettra Chain, 76 (lent*. Door* opt*
at t4 , to begin at 7} o'clock.
IYCE?M THEATEfc~Brro*^^
J Brjome-n?CORBYN k BUCK LAND. Lessees
THI8 EVENING, May 21, will be presented the Farce of
MY LITTLE ADOPTED.
To which will lie added the Fairy Extravaganza, entitled the
PRIM IBS RADIANT, Of, the Kawn ol the Korest.
To conclude with the Comedy, entitled
A ROLAND FOR AN OLIVER.
Dret* Circle 60 oeuU; Parquet, 25oenta; Family Circle,
One Shilling.
BARNUM'S AMERICAN MUSEUM?
P. T. BARNUM, Manager and Proprietor: JOHN
o) RE EN WOOD, Jr., Assistant Manager; C. W. CLARKE
Director of Amuaeinentt.?Admission to the satire Museum
and Performance, 25 cent*; Children under It, 12} cent*;
Parquet, III cent* extra.?MONDAY and TUESDAY, May
14 and k& in the AFTERNOON at 1 o'clock, the laughable
piece of A MAN WITHOUT A HEAD; and comic nro
<i net ion of THE HIGHWAY ROBBER V. In the EVEN.
INO, at H o'clock, THE VICAR OF WAKEF1ELI).
SELECT READINGS_MRS. tI P.
LESDERNIER begs to announce that she will give
Miscellaneous Readings, selected from English and Aperi?
san Poets, at Hope Chapel, (Broadway) WEDNESDAY
EVENING, May 20. Tickets 25 cents ; to be had at the
book ?torn. Doors o[ to at 7 o'clock. Headings to com?
mence at 8 o'clock.
BRACK KITS MARBLE-?R??PTf
the Shripwrecked Mother and Child, (for a short time
only) at Stuyvetant Institute, No. ??'. ? Broadway. Open
liom 9 A. M. till 10 P. M. Admiation 25 cent*.
SATTLER'S COSMORAMAS?-Sec?
ond Berte*.?Exhibited corner of isth-st and Broad
way Open from 8 a. M. till 10 o'clock P. m. Admti
?iou 25 cent* These work* of Art oon*i*t of ? collection of
VIEW s of EUROPE, ASIA MINOR, SYRIA, THE HOLY
LAND. EGYPT, NUBIA and arabia. They an (
mrid ?aintnd to oil bv Prof. Sattler
Htm flttbhrntioiw.
(Ju?t pui>lltllSll,)
ADISCOURSE on the Life and Ser?
vice* of PROF. MOSES STUART, delivered in
Qm Citj i t New York, Sabbath Evening, January 25th, 1852,
By Kiit. W :n.' Atlanta, D.D., Pattor ol the Central Pre*uy.
terian C hutch. JOHN F. TROW, No 41? Aun-at.
ANEW SPEAKER?Just 'published
hv J C. RIKFR. No. 129 Fulton-it.,
I'OBB'S SPEAKER, containing ample Exercise*in Elo?
cution, in Prose. Poetry and Dialogue, with an Introduction,
based upon the *ystem of James Sheridan Know let, and
alto to any Engraving* illuatratlug gesture, altitude, ko.
Mr. Cobb is the author of a popular aerie* of school book*,
of which over fix million* have been sold.
1^AMILIAR SPIRITS_Spiritual Man
r - E P. (wppoeed Dr. Eaoeh Pond, P rofe*
tor in the BanguiTheological Seuiiuary.) together with a
rtply Lv \ eriplnioa Credent. Pi ice 25 cent*. For axle by
FOWLERS k WELLS, No. 131 Naaaeu-.t,
GREAT MECHANICAL DICTION
sry.?Now complete in Two Volumes, containing over
Four Thousand 11 Inflations - A ITLETON'S DICTION?
ARY OK MAI HINE8 -Mi i HANKS. ENGINE WORK,
AND ENGINEERING. Price |!2-*trongly aud neatly
bound.
No work hks the on* now offrrtH to the public h?t errr ontiaateJ
litre . tnd of the loreitn wortt republisbeJ, aune occupy tbe tsra*
|l?a?A. or r?hil>it, io tbe ?^l?^te^l dr?re*. th' ?Ute al :n?ih*nic.il
?rt- in i! ?oi.ntry. Tb<* llirtmnarv n .uteuut?! to i*r?eiit concise
Ir ?rJ t c ?i?n. .i'u.lj tl ? JtUiNu'' .aluat>lr nuclunet in a tual ute.
Th? law? at natter ano th<if ?II- icattta, tbe con?tiu(t;on *nd pro
Bertise of" pari? of tn?iL? tnd null work, t.IfStket ?ilb lie mo?t
WKttttfatawa ????''iltttinplei I* ?otnieerma : to ?linw tbr ?J\tnct
of Ihr atllkealiel ?rt? loth beresmf tbr ^H. in drtne their extrt pi>
?itioa at tbeitrM-i.t time a? far i ? i m.-re pat:.< '.larljr .u
n fatd la u kiaSSJ tt make, it were, t " World In 'u-1 ad Kjh.
il'on" u-slnl Mti h.nrt. ?nt a record f their si-p'u ?0.>n. >'nr
thit piirpnte the e<bt<>r? havtdrawa from tbs pubkration'. tt tltrona
tri?*, dittiaauii-bed it mrt liamcal pur-mtt. l ire hv? l eentaktn a
Ike talacttoei to td n.t aeikyatJlk ?? **? eonm.l*re,l tttndarH tnd
ptartirtl NniUer la'or uo. rxi*o-< kej been tiured to obtt.n uruji
nal d'twinr* ol piatl itery .? prt' tii tl lit* m Hut rouatry; lad treat
e, ? al ii.t it fyp? hu btru u*ej. rollitt tli* lelttt-pes** it ?ufli -lenthy
?ohirrutx ii?. wbiV ?t the name time it b?? ?eriired to eaeh t>'tte. wnrk
ins druwirt? ol m h niiiple eitrM tad clearne??, 'h?t * me. h?iut
will be at ae k?" t* n.natru. t ac? nrtteljr aty mai bine de*. ribed.
lie PeMiaket* I?atter tt em^l.e?. tbtrtfbnr, tbtt tbe work will be
t< :h<S t.-i- --b. i.i- ?'?>?'.e" !?>???-. ?? ?...icner,accurate lafenaa
tion m tli the mitoert* wh.< h it ? > 'nm
It it ?h?re dirvctly mteikled lor ihevrt, tieal workia? man. twl far
tkottlater**!** la laduttr.al pursuit.; be* to all cum* it will bt
l, .... !? ;?.i??i:t and la.-ti i.i' it*. It wi'l aki.w bow ur the world ha?
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Mime? win. h i? ilraUDeJ to rtv* our itiuntry to the moat elatated
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WELLS, No. m Naseau-st., New-York, and No. 142 Wash
ington st , Boston.
tt) ant CImplogmtni.
AS good Cooks, Washers and Iroaers,
by fourteen respectable Women; sa Chambermaid'
and Waitresses by seven tidy Protestant Oirls, and as expe?
rienced Nurses by two, (one speaks French.) City references
given. Apply at the BROOKLYN AGENCY, for servant*,
No i" Tillary-st., near Fuitou-it., Brooklyn. Free to em?
ployers.
AS Cook. Washer and Ironer, or Cham?
bermaid and Laundress, by a well recommended tidy
yoang English Woman of xieat experience, la a good Coot
and Baker, and lirat-rate Washer and Ironer andean do tlu
tfaa*>i Has the best ul city reference for several years; look*
to a good home more than wages. Call at No. ..<?.; Bowery.
AS Cook, Washer and Ironer, or to do
the general housewoik of a small private family, by a
steady young Woman. The best of city reference given. Call
at No. 118 Muit-ft., near Hester, up stairs.
AS Cook. Washer ami Ironer, by a re?
spectable Woman, 111 ;i priv.ifo Family, or to assist in
I \\ ashing, and Ironing. She is a good Maker, and has 110 oh
I jeclion to go to the country. a good city refereuce can be
given from her last place, Please call al DoWWJ, tti thu
rear, for two day*.
AS plain COOK, Washer and Ironer, by
a respectable young Woman, to do homework : wnuid
go a short di?t;tn;e into the country ; no objection to go trav?
eling with a lady ; the best of city reference cao he given :
can be seen lor two days; call at No. 85 Oreenwich-av , in
the rear, 3d floor.
AS Cook and assistant Laundress, by a
smart, active young Woman. Good reference. Can
be seen for two day* at No. 1 Reade- t. Ask for ELLEN.
AS Cook, by a respectable young Wo?
man ; is well exrerienced in cooking aad baking, i* an
excellet t washer and ironer; has no objections to go into the
(ountrj : good cite reference ; can be seen for two days. Ap?
ply at No. 112, llith-st., between theGth and 7th-avg.
AS good plain Cook anil Baker, first
rate washer ai.d ironer er would take general house
?01k; a rr*]>ectabie place more desirable than high wage*.
Rest of reference. Would ?0 la the country. Apply at No.
?3 Bowery.
AS good Cook, Laundress, Arc, by two
young Worn* n. one is a good Cook and would be wil
lu-a to aasiat with washing and ironing and understands bak?
ing . the other weuldgoa* Laundress, or would do house?
woik in a amall private family. They both can give the beat
of city tel. reuc*. Call at fao. 78 Amity-s:.. corner ot Thomp?
son-st , in the bakery. Can be seen fur two day*._
AS Cook, Washer and Ironer, by a Prot?
estant Woman, or would not object to do general
bousewerk. Bist 01 rtiercnce* given. Apply at 17 Amoest.
AS Cham be* maid, by a Protestant Girl,
who can be thoroi.^hly recommended by her present
employer, m the family of aome gentleman going into the
country. Apply at No. fit' West llth-st.
AS Chambermaid and Waitress, by a
respectable young Woman, in a private family. Good
city reference can be given. Apply al No. 13 Greenwich gL
f 1 wo day a
S Chambermaid and Waiter, by a re
spectable young Woman, wi h good city reference; or
would do the general housework of a smsll private family.
Rm s a good plain cock, waaher and ironer. Cati be seen (it
two day* at No. 10 Troy-at_
AS Chambermaid and Waiter, and to
do plain *eu icg, or tr*vel with a Lady, by a youngOirL
Satisfactory city reference, < all or address a mite to MARIA,
No. 74 Uenry-*t. for three days, from tf till 2 o'clock.
AS Chambermaid ami Waiter, or to
take care of children and do plain sewing, or aasist n
washing and ironing, by a Protestant GtrL Has good City
retersi.ee Uom her last place. Has no >>l.,ection to the coun?
try. Call at No.391 lat-av, between l.nh and Jitxta.
AS Chambermaid and Seunstreta, by a
retpccakle Protestant Girl; i* used te the care of
children. The best reference* can be give a. Apply at No.
344 East 12lhet
AS Chambermaid and Waitress, or U
Child'* None, by an American OiiL wuh good City
letociinecdatioca. Can 1? seen at her last pSoco in Comber
lacd-at,, two doer* fhm Atlantic, Brooklyn, for a week.
AS general Housemaid tad Chamber?
maid. :n a in all privat? family, by areipectabie young
OarL Hasgc. d rr'ereuce*. Apply at No. Jto Hud*an-*t.
AS ger ral Ht'L'si maid in a small pri?
vate fUk.ily, by a respectable young Woman : she, hai
the best of city relerei.ee*. Apply at No. I Willow-*.-,
Brooklyn. _
A S g?enJ HoisKMAiD, by a respectable
X \- ycung OigL in a atrail private f?uily. Apply at No.
17 Greenwhb sf. basemcBt.
AS H?nC :".h ~ ChamberLlaid (trld
J\ plai? ?? . Pn te-U- < >. 1 ?-' v? '
Ja.ga Can bt ac No. .7 Pi -nce-M., up tuir*.
A
$ Nurse ami Chambermaid, or S5eam
?'reM. by a respectable young OvL I'nde.-aUnd* the
i dare
A SChild'- Ni a?Eand plain Seamstress,
U, a?rt 7*P*?al!e yoang Woman, or would do genera]
.n^l r?r/??call private fa.-r.ilr. Hu no abjection to
?aaS ?aTtrT' " N? ** ^^th-rt.. front room,
fiT tw. wTfL*- Houstonit Can be teen
t yt> " DOt ang*ged
A l^^*******, by a respectable young
r"f^JlTan' *Vettl/i * wnilnf to ?*? ?t m chamberwork.
2E?^T and m4klB* ?e?el? generally useful ha* no
.imTPTo Jowv or conntrr- A line, note or call, addressed
togo-BRitteiMnMrt^will be promptly attendedto.
S Waiter or VaLf.t, and Waiter in a
A
y. ? v?7' * Family, by a respectable Prntertent Joan*
?ian, ?? uiider^tandthitbutineet, and can give nneirep
tlowioU - itj reference. No objection* to the country. Ad
c V. /.., ( nion-*]uare Pott-office.
Young Protestant Cirl wi-shei a
A
A Respe
rion a* Nui
for ceveral year*.
situation *g Seamstress and to do light chamberwork.
Hce can he seen two day* at tne place where the u now Hi
tng. No be Eaat 21*t-*t,
ARespectable Woman wishes for a
?irtation at Nuree to an invalid, and to do plain aewing,
0rtJ1". '?1" situation, and will make herself awful. Apply
at No. 48 Sberitf it. near Delancy. No object; jn to the coun
try. Wage* not an object.
AYouno Man wishes to procure a sit
aation a* Clerk, Assistant Clerk, or Porter in a (tore or
warehouse, where he would rr.ik? himself generally useful,
i.av. i had some year*' expert 'nee in account* and book?
keeping, and can be well recommended for character and
competency. A line aldressed to \V M. P. I, No. 105 Liber?
ty-?, N. is, will meet with prompt attention.
ARespectable young Man wants a ait
nation a* Clerk in a book or fancy store, to go to Sara?
toga ; hai a perfect knowledge of the bnsine**, and i? eonver
cant with the French language. Bert of reference* from hi*
present employer*. Address D. R. J., Tribune office, N. Y.
ctable Woman wants a situa
urte, who i* Accustomed to the care of children
.1 years, and can take charge of an infant, and hasche
very be?t of city reference*. Also, a young Woman wants a
tttnation a* Ladiei' Maid, who it accustomed to wait on
ladies and understand* hair-drecsing, and has no objection* to
travel, and ha* the very best of city refereuee*. Can be seen
for two day* at No. I.?2 Woosterst.
ARevectable Enullsh Woman wishes
a situ. ,fon to take charge of a baby, either from the
month or sjbsajtr, and can give satisfactory reference a* to
character cod respectability. Direct to a. b. c, No. 41D
Greecwich-fx., store.
BY two respectable young Persons,
one as 8eair.?tre*s, who thoroughly understand* dress?
making, children'* clothing, ar.d embroidery; her object it to
obtain a comfortable and permanent ?ituatlon. The other, a
Plot* atant, wi*he* to chtainoot a* Nurse and Seamstress, or
chaml>erwork and plain sewing. Call, or address, No. 178
West 13th-*t., second floor.
AFARMER.?? young English Per
mer. just arrived from England, without incumbrnnce,
is detirou* of a situation on a farm. Is fully competent to
take charge and management of stock, lie , i.e. Address paid
letter*. JAS. HARRIS. Tribune Office.
AFA MI LY'S WASHING or a few
Gentlenien'* washing, by a respectable Woman. It
will be done in the neatest manner ?ither by the week or
month, on reasonable terms. Applv any day this week at
No Ml Mulberry-it., in the rear. Beit of city relerence can
ba given.
A'iiRE?TT?RIETY of carefully so
leeted Servant* are now wanting employment at C
MASON'S Office*, No. 550 Broadway, and No. 145 Bowery
Term*?Yearly nibscription, ,S<> cent*; otherwise, 'J> eentr,
N. B.?Plenty of Men and Boy* on band.
LADIES and GENTLEMEN supplied
with the best German Servant* at No. 20 Stantou-st.,
nearthe Bow.ry JOHN vgllmering.
SIT( ATI?NS WA NTED.?Excellent
_ Cook?. Nursea Chambermaid*. Waitrease*, Seamstress,
as, HeiiKWork Girl*, <Lc, i-c, want place* in city and coun?
try ; ai?o Men as Coachmen, Weitere, Porter*, Farmer?, he.;
Boys lor Trades, Errant*, tie , ,Vc; bent office for good ser?
vant*. N. Y. Employment Office, No. 47'! Brwadway.
t. P. SAL nders.
E? (HE fl WANTED.?A Female
_ Teacher, thoronghly able To teach the plain English
branch.*, i* wanted as First Assistant in the Male Depart
n i i t <il ibo Hushing Pol.lio School. Reference* required.
Arid?* d-ostpaid) THOMAS F. HARRISON, Klushing,L.i.
T<? F'I BLISHKRS.?A younrr Man of
I i<*:ne*a habit* and classical education wiahe* to learn
the liutln*** of Proof-Reader. Address L. L.. Tribune
Office
WANTED?Situations lor the beat of
Cooks, Chambermaid*, Seamstresses, Nurses, Waiter
Girls, Limr dresses. Girls for housework, i.e.. at Co. 70 Li*,
pcnard-it , near Canal it. and Bioadway. Office free to em?
ployers.
ANTED?At No. 114 NaWMU-tt.
Sslismcn (or Dry Good* and fInocery Stores, School
teacht r*. male and '? male. Porters for fc .ores and Hotel* Bar?
keepers, Coachmen, Men on Railroad* and .Steamer*, Girls ai
< o >ks, Nu'?es, Houskeepers, Chambermaid*, Girl* lor gen?
eral housework. THOR. BP!WE, Agent.
WANTED?By a young Man, ^0 years
of tge, a situation as Coachman or Groom. City er
Country. Has bad two year* experience In Albany, and can,
gnegood reference*. Admire* JAMES, care Mr.Sptnk No.
Hi InMHi,
WANTED?Wast?DE by a respectable
Woman who is cabable of doing all sorts of Im
washing. Ladies', gentlemen'* and famllie* warning done ou
reasonable teiun. or would work out by the day. Apply at
No. 27 i'iiuce-*t., up ?tau*.
T
W
(Dante?.
AM A B R 1 E 1) (iENTLEMAN and
LADY of respectability, wishing to adopt a Male ln>
lent, may t ear of one by addressing a note, ?>o*t paid, to
G. H. E: at the Oihce of this paper, staling where an iuter
[ tie w cat. I e had.
APAKTNER WANTED?With a
Capital of from ??.oflO to ?">.'"'" to join in a cer* da
and prci iatde busiaet* inooe of the Soutliern Cities The
sub*cril er has some capital and lont experience iu tlie ban.
De? bi Ithta with a large circle of ac.|uaintanee, aciuited
wh.l'e i< tii.| a* *ale*uianin thatcity. Application, post-paid,
with nauie he., and stating the time such applicant caa h;
m o aet with prompt attention. Address, M. A ,
No. 34J Bowery._
CANAL BOATMEN WANTED.?Ca
?al Boutmen wanted to flight coal in bejatsof the
Fenny.*ama Coal Co. upon the Delaware and Hudson Ca
tal Ihe beat* will average III ton* during the .eason.
Tfcev will be required to he towed with two horses and be
manned 'y two person* t>e*ides tue Captson. Kor purucuWi
anrlv at the office of the Pennsylvania CV>al Co., corner
rfroadtiav aod Wall-it, or to Wm. HATHAWAY, Agsnt,
1'oit hwet, ntar Roudout._
DENTIST.?Wanted, a mechanical and
operating Dentist, who understand* hi* burn es?
thoroughly, and can come well recommended. No others
need apply One who feels himself competent to take
charge of an establishment will be preferred. I:; |Oire of E
FRETEItKE, Deutist, No. 15J Bowery, from 3 to It' A.M.,
or from ? t.^ 7 P.M.
DRUG CLERK WANTED?One who
thoroughly underttard* hi* butine**, and capable of
t&niiig ? e en tue charge of a retail sto-e. None others need
spp'y. Apply at No. 110 Myrtle-av., Brooklyn^_
IN FOBM ATION W A NTED of DEN
l.MS MrCLEASTER, of UM Beam of Colerain, County
terry, Ireland, who landed in Phi'adelphfa In June, 184J>.
Ai.y a lor;- ?tun of him will be iJafliy received by h:n wife,
ANN Met LEASTER, No. U I 8 .., ?en-*t., PMlaawlasrsl
PROTESTA NT SER V A NTS WA NT
ED.-Kxienenced Cook*, Wa;tr'*sea, Laondreese*
and Chtmlwrn aids. Alto a firtt class Butler and a Foot?
man. Excellent situation* waiting to be hlled at No. 148
Oiand-st._
THOMAS HOPE.?If Mr. Thomaa
Hope will make hi* residence known to Mr. JOHN
NEIL, of ( Unt-n. Mas* , be will benefit h.ns?eLf and oonfet
a favor on Mr. Ne?._
TO CABINET-MAKERS.?A man who
.mid-rtfnnd* the He-- :;,** in all it* vs^ous hranches,
to act as Foreman, a!?o a* Salesman, u wanted at 5?l Broad
waV- _ _
TU MACHINE TENPERS^-WeiU
aMaa accustomed to attend Sax drawing and sy-ln
mog nutij.oeiv. capable ol leacmea opeiaUvo* to piece,
dtrt, ac. and wi,1mi to make huieslf aseful about the f?c
tcry. Toal ful tod competent person, steady employ
meal can be assured. Apply at No. ? Southet-, to J.
MORTIMER liALL._ _
TO Ni MISMATISTS.?The ^jo.cri
berwisLe* to purchase a Ceit? o-the year **'3,?ttd *
Silver Penny of the reign of Geo's- Hid.; aba, he w?l par.
..._vi.ZZ_.. . <o,i Cnir.s :r B.sjks and
^ ase.tp.n re**< nable term*, any old Coin* or Book* and
Maanscriptf. Persons w uhing to buy any particciai Loin or
Bnak, can procure it by addre.s.rg me, at MjkW,
postpatd. W. L SHAW, b rtoo, Mm*.
IT S. SCHOOL ??ENCY.?E. H.
) * WILCOX, Preprietor, N\ 2W Broadway. -A com
l:-.ain,n ol branches ? ^nted n Tcachera. Thirty vacanew*
N.ntiatkn* d*ily by the beet Ikstimtiona. lam.bea, an
T schera, who haTeu confidential, perpetual and sueoenrfol
tu,: ;uEcement of their want* tad menfi on t ie pareeot tilt
4*>Hltr> ?w* bt-e Percent, in adtaixc ea one year.
WET NURSE WANTED?To go to
Sutra Island Best of city reference required. Ap?
ply at No. 13 East leth-et., between IP and U M.
TITANTED?Two active, intelligent
? "rwr ,*HI" of Apply at the Print?
ing-office, No. Ill Johnet.
WA NTED^^VloHnisToTthe first rank,
te go Into a pleaser.t part of the country to teeab the
Violin a few weeks dunng the present season. None but a
finished Performer need apply. To such an on* a liberal re?
muneration will le 08* red. The h/catfon is situated In Shel
bume, ("h?tenden Co., Vermont, ,1 the east shore of LeJt?
Champlain, six miles south of the pleasant vaiaxe uf Bur?
lington, Vt AddreaeP.M. SHELBLRNE, Vt, wlto tense,
$100 70 ,1'000 WANTEljWPeTI
tt JA "\r % ns from the coamtrv wih a small cash cap?
ital, desirous of engaging in a safe, pleasant, manufacturing
business in their own connty or SUV, without ompetition.
can hear of a r?re chance by addressing WILLIAM 8.
GRISWOLD, Chathatn-scuare Poet-Office. New-York, for
one week.
T
000 70 Sl?.OOO.?A Partner is
vf "yyW wanted to take an interest in a very
valuable Manufactuni ? Business in this city, to establish a
branch of it in New-Orlean*. Sale* very large, and without
competition. Profits more than ion per cent Address im?
mediately, NEW-ORLEANS, Tribune Office.
Chances for ?nsiness fllcn.
MAN UFACTI RING ES T ABLISH
KENT FOR SALE.?The advertiser would either
sell out| bis fixtures, business, Ac, at a bergain. or would as?
sociate with hitn in continuing the business some active, in?
telligent mac. who can furnish a cash capital of say $1,200
cr $1.500. The articles made are of ready sale to any reasonable
extent, and at a good remunerating profit. Th- opportunity
for a safe investment is a good one. Address HYDE, at the
office of this paper.
P~1ICTURE DEALERS?A gentleman
about leaving the city, haa a number of good Ptcturea
which he will sell at a bargain. Address C. U. B. Broadway
Post-Office.
T~0 BOOK-BINDERS?For sale, a
Blank-Bosk Binder*, consisting uf Ruling Machine,
Standing Press, Patent Table. Shears, Sc., kr , with fixtures,
lease uf premises, and good will. The location is one <>f the
best m the city, and the tools are all new. The preeent
owner haa to relinquish business on account of ill-health
Apt y to JOHN R. HOOLE. No. 124 Naesau-et.
O FURNITURE DEALERS and
_ CABINET MAKERS-The present proprietor being
about to engage in other businee*, is desirous of dismring or
bis present place, a Furniture Ware room and Workshop,
together with the stock, on reasonable term*. The ?rat di*
an old one, and constantly improving. For a man with a
small capital this is a good opportunity. Address, with real
name, Fl RNITI'RE, this office. _ _
TO PHYSICIANS anTDRl i.xasTS.
?For sale, an old established Drug Store, in a good lo?
cality and doiog a good and constantly increasing business.
For particulars apply at No. M2 Grand at., between the
hours of 8 aud 10 A.M. ami 2 and 4 and t aud 10 P.M.
WANTED?A Purvhaser for i well
established luiineea, paying {read tSyMttO. fl,""
per year. To a person with $i.2no, desiring a aaf'e and
pernianeet business, the opportunity I* a rare one. Address
J. O. WATT80N, through the Poet-OHice.
ft I Ki U i ? X" BljMS fNE S S MAN
W 1)VVV| would join another Party with the
above amount, or would loan to an Employer from Sl.oofl to
? l.'.Onat a fair compensation, where the money would be
safe. Addr-ss R. W.. Tribune Office, st vtLtg what the btisi
nesa ig; will ke confidential. References will be satisfac?
tory.
Summer Retreats.
BOARD at CORNWALL, ORANGE
CO., N. Y?The beautiful pri-ato residence of the
late Fowler Origgs, of Cornwall, will be opeued on the trat
of .Inne for B?nnien, and any parties desirous of spending
the summer mouths at one of the, most beautiful places on
the Hudson River, will tind a few rooms that are not taken.
The facilities for reaching the place excee-' any former year,
aa six trains of the Hudson River Railroad stop at tri< 1 I
Sprin r Ferry, besides having a daily line of steamboats land?
ing at Cornwall: The honse will lie under1 he charge <H the.
subscriber, who refen to Messrs. ilelknap 4. Oiiggs, So. Sil
Washington st., for particular*. B M BARRETT.
The above desirable premises are ottered for sale, and from
being situated at the entrance to the Highlande, and com?
manding an extensive river and country view, remlen it
peculiarly attractive for a summer resilience For term*, ,Vc.,
apply toBELKNAP* ORIOOS, No. 252 Washimttoti-st.
BOARD in "the COUNTR Y?9b miles
from Hoboken and on* from Bull's Ferry, well located,
large and spacious. S:age and steam facilities frequently
every day. Apply at No. t46 lOth-ar., New-Yoik, or at the
boose, English Neighboihood.
CAPE MAY-SEA BATHING?
CONORESS HALL will hempen on the loth of June
next. The location of tins house and the high and beautiful
rur.rls in front render it the most desirable of any on the
and. The proprietor hope* to merit a continuance of the
very liberal patronage heretofore received
_ W. B. MILLER, Proprietor.
COUNTRYWJLKDlSV^kkvr gen
teel Sum.i er Boa .1'ra can be well accommodated In
a private family where tin re are no children, twenty mile*
by railroad from flu- tt.t. . thiee mlnutea' walk from M st*>
tion. Location pleaaau. . d healthy. Address Boa No. NB
Post-Office.
COUNTRY BOARDING?Four (?. ?
tlemen and their wive* can lie accommodated with
Board in the village of Huntington. Long Island. The bouse
is pleasantly situated on a ruing ground, half way betweeu
the harbor and the village, which for health, scenery, gun?
ning and fishing cannot be surpassed. Apply "i (he prsmiso*
to JAMES CONDOR.
c
OUNTRY BOARD?Hudson River
side, at the Manstou House, foot of Hb'th-at Spacious,
elevated, healthy, witb good bathing, boating, fishing, ana
charming scenery on every aide, and of eaiy accea* by stage
and steamboat; it ..(ten advantage* rarely combined. Fur
particulars apply at the bouse, or to Messrs Moore A lion
fall, Bookselie-s, cor. Exchange-place and Hanaver-gt.
RICHMOND HILL HOTEL, Statta
Island, (late the Richmond Seminary ) J P. KEL
LETT begs to iuf rm the punlic that the Seminary w... t.
entirely ren.cdeled fur a select Familv Hotel, tu open for the
season, on ilie Tri? of June. Particular* can h* obtamsd at
S. W. BEN BDM 1 I stage, N i I Wall-?., N. Y.
THE MARINE HOTEL, at Faixfield,
Connecticut, will be upened by It* proprietor, J. B.
MONNOT. on tie 1st day of June next, a* a summer branch
of the New-York Hotel. The .Marine Hotel 1* situated In a
beautiful village on Long Island Sound, affording all the in*
ducements of excellent sea bathing and ronsntic drives in
the ac'jaoent country. Every endeavor will be exerted to in?
sure fur the Hotel the distinguish-d patronage of previou*
season*. Plan* can be seen and room* engaged at the above
Hotel, at F airfield, or at the New-York Hotel. The distance
from View-York is 58 miles, and trains by the New-York and
New-Haveo Railroad stop at Fairtield several times each day
WOOSTER HOUSK, DANBURY,
CONN., will Ix? opened by the ribeenber on the 1st
of June. It Is pleasantly located within a few rod, of the
Rai I rc ad Depot. The house is large, newly built, and ahan
iently supplied with pare and soft spring water, fur bathing,
he, and is fitted up with all the convenience* of modern ho?
tels. Dan bury is about three boon' nde from this city by the
New-Yurk and New-Haven and Dan bury and Nurwalk Rail?
road*, and offers attraction* to those wishing to ri*Jt ftfj
Country during the summer month*. W. SIMO.NSON.
Coar? anb Booms.
A LADY, Laving her own time unoc
XjLciipted. wiahe* two or three Children to Board -vtth
her. Best of city reference* given. Note* addro?cri to P.
M. P , this office, will be responded to.
AO, 1KT. RESPECTABLE FAMILY,
without children, resid'ng ir. a pleasant house in West
2lst-?t., between 6th and bth-ava.. have two ox three Robins
to Let. with Board, either to a Oect.eiiiao and hi* Wile or
tu single Gentlemen Term* moderate. Person* wishing to
secure the comfort* of a ipiiet hom* will fiud this en oppor?
tunity. Address Box No. U Poet-Office, or C, at th* office
of this paper. _
AFEW GENTLEMEN can be accom
mi listed with partial Board, on reasonable terms, at
Nu. ."7 West Hth-st._? _
ASMALL PRIVATE FAMILY have
two pleasant unfurnished Room*, and large Pantry, to
Let, with or without partial Board, to single gentlemen,
get tleman and w &, or widow lad v. Omnibuse* peas within
ore block. Re ferencea exchanged. A pply to No. &?i iJraeo
wich-st. _ _
ASMALL PRIVATE FAMILY would
let two attic Bedroom* to single Gentlemen with
Dm akfsst and Tea and wi di full Board on the Sabbath, Term*
reasonable. Reiennces exchanged. Apply at No S6 Amity-st,
APKOFESSR>NALGKN'U.KM AN< an
. be acc/winiodated with a front Room for an Office, and
with partial Board if re.rnired. at the house of a respectable
tainily residicgat a pleasant distr iee tip town, east of Broad?
way. Addraaa, B, I C, Union-perk l'o*t-offic*_
AFURNISHED ROOM to hf?
With or wtthout Beard, to a Geutlemea and Lady, or
two airgle Gentleacsn, at No. 86 Chaixibe--s-*t.
A FURNISHED ROOM T?J*F?r
?L Inquire at No- I? SgV*v, ??tiwe *iSth*<
west comer. .
4 PLEASANT ROOM with BOARD,
^Ve^-^W? to- ?to
Aprivate family on Brookhra
Hi/hts, near Fol too Ftrry. can ??eo?naw?s*t* a Gentle
anan sod W'ifr and three nagle Gentlemen srlth not***, ***d
partiaJ board tor grntlemen. Location plaajtan?, with fell
flaw of riv?r and bay. Term* imderete. Reference* aa
ehaaged. For pai-JcaLw* address " BROOKLYN," Irt ??**??
Office.
A LARGE FURNISHED BEDROOM
in. to LET?la a private family, to on* or tare
n en. or without break tut and tea, on the i H ? af
Hudson and Mnrto ?*?. Inquire at No. 6? Morton at.
AFURN1SH ED ROOM toLCT?Ia
a air* No 3b4 Broadway, ?ntraaea tn rraafcrln it
BOARD?With rooms suitable far mar
l . ??,*tor lnn*U Hraoen, ran b. had at No*. W and H
ruti'd at , between Lexington and 4th-*ve. The hooje*
nave the modern improvement*
BOARD?Furnished or Uiirarnidoed,
with foil or eartia! Board, may ha obtained ha thai
large new boose No. 387 tih-et.. having i at ha and *sw throsssfc.
out. French and Italian are spoken in the hos*?*, Dk***et
hoar i put V
BOARD.?A suit, or single rooms for
families and rmtle den:iernen. may ha hndl by apply.
big at No -.7 W as* Twenty-second sL, Bear Flfth-ev. with
all modem improvements. Reference* required.
BOARD?Three or four Gentlemen can
he accommodated wtth good Board and plenaaad
looms Apply at No. 1*2 Chatham square. _
OARD.?A Gentleman and his Wife,
B
or two or three tingle Gentlemen, can be l
with pleasant rooms, furnished or unfurnished, with full or
partial Board, at No. 21 Amity-placa, third doer above
Bleeeker st. References exchanged.
Boarding?a private family, where
there are a few select boarders, can accommodate a
Gen'Ienian and his Wife, or two single Gentlemen, with
board and rocrn* ou the second floor. Inquire at Ne. 11 Kitt?
lere-ot _
Board" b~ eTstbro a d way.?
Pleasant Ronn-* on tecoad rk?r to let, wtth fail or par.
(??j k.. .... s.. iw '? ... Urumim?f, I Iviuse 00010X04
Baths, with hot and cold water.
BOARDING IN WILLIAMSBURGH.
? ( 'me of the best locations, best house, and handsome?
ly furnished, only two minutes' walk from Peck slip Kerry.
A Gentleman and Wife, and a tew single Gentlemen can Be
accommodated with or without Board. Apply at No. en
South "in st.
BOARD~UP~TO\VN?Two Gentle
men and their Wives and single three gentlemen wish?
ing to dine down town, can be accommodated at No. 171
Esst Xid-st. The house is elegantly furaished with all
ok dem, improvements Terms moderate. Particulars also
obtained at No. J? Broadway.
BOA RDat WIIaLIAM8BURGH,lw?7l
Dunham-olece, between l-t and :d sts, rear Peck-slip
Ferry?a very pleaseet utoatioB. Term* moderate. Refer
ences required and given.
OARDING.?Families and Gentlemen
can be accommodated with suite or tingle Rooms,
furnished or unfurnished, with full or partial Board, in the)
two new four story brown itone house*, eligibly situated ht
23d-St., between 5th and tith-avs. The house* are new and
newly furnished, contain all the ?lodern improvementt. Ap?
ply at No. V' and 57 West 23d-st.. between 5th and tilh av?.
BOARD WANTED?By a gentleman
and small family, in a private family, west of Broad?
way. The location must be pleasant and near the Broadway
Itage route*. None need apply unless they can rive the beat
B
and small family, in a private faintly, west of Broad
pit
pply uni.
of references. Address II. W . W , Tribune OHee.
BOARD?Two Gentlemen and their
W ives, or two or three single Gentlemen, can have
good Rooms with IIsard, at No. 5? East lRh st., corner 4th.
*v and I'mun square.
BOARD in BROOKLYN.?Handsome
f'irnisi ed apartment! can be had at No. 101 dchermer*
hom-tt,, between Boerum sud Suiith-at*. The location It **)
pleasant a* any In Brooklyn, being ten minute*' walk from
the South Ferry and litleen minute*' from the Fuitoo-et.
Ferry.
O?RD.?A pleasant Room for two
ileri'lemen, at No. 31 lay-st, with reference.
B
BOARDING?A few Gentlemen can be
accommodated with the comforts of a home at No. 5
Spring-eL
BOARD.?Two Gentlemen and their
Wives and a lew tingle ?tnllemeu can be accjiuaso*
d st. J w Ith Hoard und good Rooin* rurnished, or unfurnished,
at No. I V. \\ ashingtou-st., Brooklyn, rive minutes' walk from
Fulton Ferry.
B1J?RD IN WILLIAMSBURGH.?A
suit of Room*, unfurnished, on the second floor, and
Rooms with bed rooms on th.i l ord, mat ue nad with full
or partial Board by families or tingle gentlemen by applying
at the third house in Fifth-***, between South-fourth ana
S.mtli-t.uh its The location is desirable and convenient,
only a few minutes' walk from Peck-slip F cry. Term* mod?
erate. KeieicucetoMr. EIGENE VALENTINE, No. ?1
Wall-at. _
BEARDING.?Gentlemen and their
U iv. ?and a few single Gentlemen, can be accommo>
di.i. d with good Beard and pleasant Rooms, at Mo. 'JV7 Hud
ton-st
?
B
OARD in SOUTH BROOKLYN.?
A Geotlemsn and Wife and three single Gentlemen
can be accommodated with Board in a newly furaished tirst*
class house. Apply at No. *e*> llenry-at. near President, a
feu u nities' w?.* lroui Hamilton Ferty. Reference given
and required.
BOARD.?To let, well furnished Rooms
wuh board. The haute lias been newly furnnl ed?
It. fames required. Iu<|uire at No. 21 Walksr-st-, west af
L.i a.iway.
BOARD.?A Gentleman and his Wife
or a few single gentlemen can be accommodated with
full or partial Board, in a house with all the modem improve*
merits, and wheie theie are but few boarders. Apply at No.
59 Wett 21st-it.
BOA RDING.?TrunHient und permanent
Boaiders can be accommodated with pleasant room*
at No. 3S Broadway.
BOARD.?Very d?sirable rroms on the
second floor can b? obtained in a new house, with all
the modern impinvemeata, suitable for a Gentleman and
Lady, or single Gentlemen, at No. 107 East 17i!ist., bet ween
2d and dd-av*.
OARD.?A private family having more
room than th.-\ i < ed, will let to two Gentlemen and
tl.nr \\ r.. s 'wo Itirge pleasant Room* with a large pantry
lUachadtoaach. in the ui uny Also a guod-sixed hall Berf
Reoso Ifn lired tame flour, all uniurnished, with good
plain Hoard, on moderate term*. Apply at No. 30 Chart.
tonet.
BOARD in a PRIVATE FAMILY?
Two or three spacious and airy Room* to let, with
board, having eomirn-lion* pantries attached to them. Per?
sons ?,- -i H *p i/tii.."i'j will do well to apply at
iV. 'i' II' -ti n st., a few doors from Broadway.
BOARD ?To all who are looking for a
e home.?Mrs. HARNES, No. 19
l "toe-* '.?ie, has a front Parlor with Kedrooa* attached,
?unable tor a Lady and Gentleman, and a tew Bedrooms tor
single Geutleuieu, with full or partial Board. The hssaflB
ha* all the midiem improvements. Reference* exchanged.
Nt. IV 1 (.ioi.-s.|uare. west side ol Broadway.
(?ARD IN BROOKLYN, within ten
_ minutes' walk of Fultou Ferry. A private Family hav*
E more r ...ui than rliey require, *.<?ul?l hlu* tu tmkm a tJMss*
? od his U il'.- ? '.? . ii to Hoard.
Applv f. Mn MORE, t<: PoarUt, Braoklyn, fwtweua
i i i und Tillary-sta Refcrence*given snd miuired.
BOARD.?A (itntb-man und his Wife
or ? f. w s rigie gentlemen < sn be accommodated with
- j art s. Board, in a house with all the modem iuiprore
menta and where there are but few boarder*. Apply at No.
: j V\ eat 2i?t-*t. Also, a Physician can be accommodated
with a very pleasant Office._
BOARD WANTED ? By a yourtg
Lady, a Dressmaker, in a respectable private family
a.ay be I.id the comfort* of a home. Address F. R,
Tnbone Office_
BOARD.?Mrs. KEMBLE, No. 45 East
lHh-tt . b?*a few elegant family and tingle Room*
.- - ... ? i f . in* on first floor. The location If
airy and del.ghtful fur summer, with a spacious dining and
drawing room to her four new houses; also, two front ban
lueiit re. ms and board for phyiiciana.
BOARDING.?A few single or married
Gentlemen can be accommodated with full or j
Board by applying at No Id PopUr *t., two
from Fulton Ferry, on Brooklyn Might*.
B
BOARD.?Gentlemen and their Wives,
also a few single Gentlemen, can be aeeen*snnd?sstsl
with board and pleasant rooms a* east side^s?, moooM
door above 2fth-*t. House new, with eaedssm ktapsos*- - '?
B
OARDING.--Madame BESSE having
MJ taken the new and *P~1<? 1??^^ ",.W,!^
iwar Broadway, car>accommodate fymlee and stagle jesjtsa*
men with board and pleasant room*. mnii?hed ot iaGummm*.
Hot eoldanelwsswor^ Referrnceeeirliiataii
C^OLLAMORE H<JU?K, Broad-vay,
/Vew-lo.k 'ci.rcr..f Sprio?*C?G M. F>:RRV, Pro
mi.tor?mm undersigned respectfully informs his 'rve.uU
STr^rpitner in the C*llasnore Hoe*., of wbu hibe is now
?T, i,r*?r.sInrt Ive u presar-0 and will be bar.py to
?Bttnatnall who moyfcvor him with tjve;( paironage. Ihn
CoCsmere House is one </f th' "? ,t central, *pactooja*4
an v buoses.?th* City of Near-) or*, and U Mtawpasmd in
autol U.e eateutiest of a h.X<l*** hotai ICIlgMt ?>sJ*jriog
and iourior, us e^awiofrnsania, piisstopsyloitxdlajBfctlessp
isg. reasing-'eum*. ac, are large weil remiieted and fur
nilhtd to combine luxury and comfort. It* uala-ander the
?upemsiuo of a aun of the undersigned Mr Perry? i*. and
wuibe supplied witn toeeisatoest pioducU of the iu***at*i
It s 'he aeaue (I the uusiercgr od tu realue to hUpsslroaa
i' e jit i. f - 11, u.* in a He -er" and to render the CoA?**x*r*
Uuam sgreest 1?, easily to the t.-aioaeat risitar and tUa per
inai eot eoerdrr. Familie* and individuals denirtsj ?urn en
tmtalaatent as has been indicated, are ra*r>?^?'ull.^in^'^ to
gi?ethsCui^uioialiouae a tn?X O. *. ri-KKt.

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