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Facta for Ike KMhlonakU UtocM? No. 1. I
? tientlenicn Mill tuul a uiajniticent assortment of Kid Ulovce. of the h' >t >'uri*ian styles, at CLAKK'S. corner of Broadway anil ilonatou (treat. A* be keeps tint article Bore for the convenience of his customers than to realise a prott thcrtlij. tin se in search of CJloves should not fail to wake hiiu a v it it . Farii for the Faahlonable World.? No. 3. ] -Shirt.- cat by an arti.-t, aud manufactured in a tasteful, durable, aud becoming inunner. "? be obtained at CLA RK'S, corner of Broadway and Houston street. on better tonus tliau at any other dealer'* iu town. Try him. SprlDK Clothing ?l Wholcnalc.? .Merchants visiting the city for spring purchases are respectfully invitod to call and examine our sto< k .it Spring aud .Summer Cloth ing. It embraces everything that is new uud fashionable for tbe season, manufactured with all that taste ami elegance for which our clothing in celebrated throughout the United States. Price* uniform and l?,w. 1). & J. DEVLIN, 33 and 35 John street, corner Nassau. Sjiring Clothing for City Trade? We are new displaying our new and fashiouablc styles of Spring Clothiug, in onr retail department, and will be happy to show our friends through them. Every garment in got up with tiutc and elegance, aud wiil be Hold at uniformly low pricen. D. & J. DE VLI N, 33 and 3.1 John street, cor. of Nassau. Commercial Bank, Perth Amboy? -E. EVANS. "0 and 72 Fulton street. HillllH uotee on thia bank at 25 per cent discount, in payment for ready made clothing. To have your Shirts nude at Green's, 1 Aster Houie, is to insure three things? porfoction of tit, elegance of style and workmanship, aud punctuality in the fulblment of your orders. The Great Carpet Depot and Regulator ?f Trade Prices.? For prices of English Tapestry, Brussels, Imperial Three l'ly English and Ingrain Carpets, Oil Cloths, Rugs. fee., visit the eight spacious sales rooms of IIIRAM ANDERSON, No. 99 Bowery, and there become familiar with the great and extraordinary reduction in prices. Still a far Glroatcr Reduction In Price, at li I HAM ANDERSON N'S, No. 99 Bowery.? Well seasonod Floor Oil Cloths, only 2s. lid. per yard. Also, 21*1 pieces tx.iutil'ul (all wool) Ingrain Carpets, at 3s. aud 4*. per yard; lBt.pt vial Three Fly Carpeting, ut tis., 7?. and X?. per yard; English Tupcstryaud Brussels, at unaccountable low prices. Great Bargains In Carpet lngs.? Peterson Si Humphrey, 370 Broadway, corner of White street, having pureCused largely at tbe lute large auction sales, will dispose of the same at the following low prices: ? Kich velvets, 12s.; 'fapostries, 9s.; Brussels, 8s.; Three-ply, 7s. to 8*.; Ingrains, da. to tie., and all etlier goods eqnalljr low. Foreign and Domestic Carpet I ngs, Oil ?loth?, fcc. ? There never was a period, iu the commercial history of tfc ? city of New York, pregnant with more inte rest to the wholesale uud retail purchasers, than the pre sent year, aud, with a view to enable country merchant , and families in the country, as well as those residing iu the city ,.ind its vicinity , who may have occasion te purchase for iiomestic purposes, and aro not acquainted with the princi ples upon which the carpet and oilcloth business Is legiti mately conducted, we cannot perform a more agreei.blo fluty than by directing their particular attention to the largest and most .extensive store in this city, Messrs. PETRRSON k HUMPHREY'S. 37!? Broadway, corner of White street, where sivcry variety of style, shade, pattern, and color will be found in tho greatest profusion. The high character and moral rectitude which governs thia exem plary tins, iu all busings transactions, arc so proverbial tint the uimc of the tirui is its best eulogy. 1 Good ikgars arc very difficult to procurc ftW-a-days; hut the undersigned feels warranted in assur ing the public \hat nniong his utock they will lind the very best brands scut from Havana From his long experience in the business, ho is contident that customers who eoino to him will not go awcy dissatisfied, - ither with his Segars or with liic dealing. M. MORALES, 113>j Nassau struct. Ten more of dinger's t&ctrlng Machines sold March ^5? more evidence of their being appreciated, and positive proof of their utility and usefulness. The stitching (fine or course) on cloth, leather, or linen, is in comparable. Call and be satisfied. L. M. K1NCER & CO., 2M Broadway. To Railroad and Canal Contractors? Bar ron, Bro.'s Portable Blacksmith Forges are offered Cor sals at No. 60 Duano street. These forges aio large enough to weld a three inch square bar of iron. They are compact a.,t pos sets a Hast pow er superior to any other forge. Also, Bar ron, Bro.'s Portable Furnaces for milling operations. Selling Off I? Great Bargains! !?I<a8t week but cue ! ! !? A. JOEL & CO., No. MS Broadway, heingabont to eflcct some extensive alterations in their store, will sell at r.n immenso reduction their well assorted stock of Watches, rich Jewelry, Silver and Silver plated Ware, Por celain Vases, Papier Macho Wares, Opera Glasses, Fscis. and other rich Fancy Cioods, (their own importation) until the 2d of April, when their store will be closed while the altera tions aro being effected. Teeth arc now Inserted without taking cnt the roots. The teeth are put on gold plate, and placed in the mouth the same as it the roots were out. J. FOWLER, 130 Spring st., two blocks we^t of Broadway. Gournud't Liquid Hair Dye li without exception or reservation the very best ever invented; equally celebrated is UOURAUD'S Medicated Soap, for euring pira cies, freckles, sallowness, chaps, ehafea, roughness. (to. Pondre Subtile uproots hair from any part or the body. UquM Rouge, Lilv White, and Hair Ulots, at 67 Walker street, near Un.au way. Cllrcltugh's Wigs and Toupees stand un rivalled fur their perfect tit, beauty of finish, lightness, and durability. (>i ntlemen would do well to call and see them before purchasing elsewhere. Copy the address, 179 Broad nay, tji stairs, opposite Howard's Hotel. Wigs, Toupees, and Hair Cutting.? Cltlzena and atranpvrs are requested tn cull at tho manufactory of MF.DIlUIts'i' & UK AIM). 'S! Maideu lane, where they have on bund the largest and cheapest assortment of Ornamental Hair in the city. Also, to witucaa the new apring atyie of llair Cutting for 1SS2. nnllniil'i Mali- Djc ami Clienileal Ilalr Fastener, the heft in the inarkit, for sale wholesale and retail ut No. 4 1.1 Broadway, corner of Li->peuard street. Druggists nnd other dealers supplied at a liberal discount. Also, Dr. Ballard's celebrated Diarrhoea and Dysentery remedy, particularly adapted to the Southern climate aud California. Ilalr Dye, ? Batehelor*a eelebratedLlquld Hair Dye is the beat yet discovered for coloring the hair or whiskers, the moment it is applied. Tho Wonderful ease and certainty with which this favorite and old established Hair Dye perform* i* astonishing. It is for sale, or applied, at BATCHELOR'!: M'itf Factory, No. 4 Wall street. Copy the addreia. Wig* and Toupees ? Batchelor'a new ityU ?f Wins are pronounced the most perfect imitation of nature yet invented. Those wanting a very superior article, should i call at BATCHKLOR'S celebrated Wig Factory, No. 4 WaU ?treet, where can be found the largest and boat assortment la the city. Copy the address. It la with aome natural feeling of exulta tiou, that ( R1STADORO announces to the fashionable | world and the pnblic, a Liquid Hair I'ye, which is superior to any other Known. Its superiority lies in its preservative, a* well as its coloring properties. Not only does it produce the richest and most natural shades of brown or black, in stantly; but it does this without impairing the life of the hair. Onthecentrnry.it revitalises tho tif>res. The com ponents of the preparation are chemically the same as those V hieli nature uses for the same purpose. That the result of its application may he witnessed is all the inventor asks, well knowing that when its merits are understood, it must supersede every other hair dye. Applied aud sold wholesale and retail at VKIiSTADOKO'3 Wig aud Scalp Establiah mirt, ti Asti r House. Will not die In tlielr holca, nor ereato a ?tenoh, by naing Coatar'a Exterminator of rats, mice, oock- | reaches, i.nts, &c. Not dangcroui to the human family. ? "1 C'OSTAR'S Depot, 411 Broadway. Warranted effectual ia all < a e*. Wonderful Dlxeovery.? Spectacles, Ear Trumpets, Blindness and Deafness annihilated by tho use of Dr. Luteuer'f new treatment, the cures that are being daily performed l,y its use, is almost miraculous. The Deaf and Blind are alike invited to call and be cured. Dr. Lutener'a Infirmary, 81) Priuce street, acooud house from Broadway, i open daily from !? till 3. A Real Pnln Killer.?' Thoge of our readers , who are afflicted with Rheumatism, Pains, Achea, Sore I * Throat., &c.. will pet certain and speedy relief by using i BUSH'S Magic Cream Liniment, at a cost of only2aoents. Prim ii ;ii Depot, 83B Greenwich 1 1 ret t ; corner of DitM, aud j qy other Driigjtiste. Doctor Huulei'a Eye Waah and PlleReme- ' dy are niiratles. The lotion will relieve tho most exornoi atiug snllvring from I'iles, at once, like nugio. If it doc* not, i lie will return yon tho price, ?1 ; <* to those who have tried every other remedy to no benefit, he will five en 'Ugh to test its virtues. Office No. 3 Division atreet; no othor place. Consultations private. , Hot Salt Water Bntha, Dcabroaaea atreet.? The season has now arrived for the use of those indispensa ble appendage* to health. Invigorating nnd healthful to tho winter's invalid, they renovate aud purify the rheumatic and pnrdlytic, and are not snseeptiblo of danger from cold. The "* b.iths are now in improved order, and the genius of I1ENRY RABINEAU is Mill triumphant at his popular position, the font of Deabroases street. IDVERTISKMENTS RENEWED EVERY DAY. Jf2~ KKK THIRD PAGE. ?? KKUWIOVS NOTICES. NEW JERUSALEM CinRCH, EIGHTH STREET, near Broadway. ? Ror. IJ. De Charms will prcaeh to morrow morning, at lOJ-a o'clock. In the cvenine. a lecture will be delivered by Professor Hnsh, at 7M o'clock. Sob jlei ? "Sleep;" viewed ia tho light of the New Church. PERSONAL. WANTED.? THE FRIEND THAT C.AVE INFORMA tion on Saturday through Boyd's City Despatch, and ?noe before, shall be treated aa a friend, aud liocrally re warded. NOTICE? TO THE JOINERS OF NEW YORK.? I understood it is to be ten hours' work, alongshoro, at ? old work. That is, at the foot of Market atreet, The work 1 K|H'nk of, la a downcast hnilt ship, which has come hero to have unfinished work done by a downcast man. Now, ??hall w e, tho joiners of New York, work ten heura per day on what is called old work, or not? Pleaie answer through the Herald. J. II*"**. COPARTNERSHIP NOTICES. NOTH'E? THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE Ex isting between the undersigned, under Hie firm of Ilrown tit Maire, ia this day du.olvod by mutual con ?eni. New York, Murch 21, ltfrcs. MARTIN W. BROWN. HENRY V. MA IKK Notice.? II. F. Maire will continue the importation of all drveiipti ona ot English nnd Swiss Watohea and Movomciite at the old stand, S3 Nassau street, tip stair*. ' !*? F. MAIRE. ' "DLTANTED-A SPECIAL PARTNER. WITH $18,000, ? iu one of the largest hotels in the eity. The money will lie wanted for three or live years. The moat satisfactory references given, and security for tbroo times the amount. * Address William, at this office. WANTED? A PARTNER WITH TWO TO THREP thousand dollars, in an estahlishod manufacturing (itore, hnsineea strictly cash. saf?, respectable, and lucra tive; can clcas' $r>, 000 to #1(1, 000 per annum. This is a raro 4 hnr< e for a hasiness man. Can have thirty day* to ascer tain the business; roquirod to talc* < hargo of store and finance. Cull, or address, . I. ,317 How?ry. r|to CAPITA LNTR WANTED, A PARTNER, WITH J fi f let a hniiilrfl to two tlwnsand dollars, in tlmnanir fael are ef an article for the California msrk>t. which will romn!*nd a ready sale in this city, ut a prottt of two or throo ? hundred percent. Satisfactory references giv< n and re ?iiilrrd. Aililrira " Miner," Herald offlcc, with real name and I ttndrtf LOST AMP UWAOM. CMIILD LOST. 8TRA YED, YESTERDAY MORN ' ing, from my residence William street, my infant con , about 3 yearn old; li?<l llx1- t hair, blue eye*, ami fair complexion; wpeak* a little English, and a little French; kit name is Jules- Wan dressed in striped panta loons, blue Jacket, with a white pinafore and beaver hat. Whoever will return the boy or give information where he may bo found, will be auitably rewarded, beside* receiving the thank* of the Mini ted parent*. JOHN li. DEMO.NET, 2.'i3 William street, or 13 CmwUm street. UWABD.-A REWARD OF $300 Will, UK yptlvJ" paid for the detection and convictiun of the por? lum, or persona, who aet (ire to either of our Uarble Work* on the night of the 22d instant. JAMES LEW, 113 East Eighteenth street, eorner of Third avenue, and JOSEPH W. 11KAV, W Broadway, eorner of Twenty-fourth (treat. KEWARD.-TIIE UNDERSH1NED WILL PAY yptfyj the above reward for the detection and conviction of any person or pcraoua who have or may assault hi* premises or any workmen in hi* employ. JAMES LEVY, 113 East Eighteenth street, Third avenue. KA'UVARD.? 1 TllE UNDERSIONED WILL PAY 'JptfXJ the above roward fur thu detection and eonviction ox any person or persons who kavi or may assault hi* proniieea or any workmen in hi* employ. OTTAV1ANO CJORI, and 807 Broadway. HA REWARD.? THE D N DERSIC NED WILL I'AY the above reward for the detention and conviction of any peraon er persona who have or may assault hi* premise* or any workmen in hia employ. JOSEPH W.lJRAY, Broadway, cr. Twcnty-f.nrth at. REWARD. ? THE UNDERSIGNED WILL PAY yjjtlv/ the above reward for tho detection and conviction ?f any person or persons who have or may assault hia pre mises orany workmen in hia employ. JOHN FLaNLY, corner Broadway and Twenty-sixth Ht. dAKf* REWARD? LOST, A POCKET BOOK, CO.V yJJOv/ taining ahout $330, between the Bank of Commerce and Bleecker street; might have been loft in a Bleeukor Btreet stage. Whoever willreturn it to P. L. Rogers, Union llall Clothing Warehouse, eorner of Fulton and Nassau streets, will receive the above reward and the thank* of F. C. Faber. _ RF.H' ART).? LOST, ON FRIDAY, MARCH 19, A yp'J white and liver colored Dog, a cross between a setter and a pointer ; he is ahout eight months old. Whoever will return him to 213 Water street, will receive the above To ward and the thank* of the owner. IOST, ON WEDNESDAY, A POCKET CASE OK SUR J gieal Instruments, Whoever has found the same, and w ill return it to Dr. L. Proudfoot. 218 Twelfth street, or at the store of Ruahton, Clark hi Co., Astor House, shall be liberally rewarded, Lost? on tiiiiisday. in a ninth street om nibns, or on leaving it at tho corner of Ninth street and Broadway, a small leather Portcmonnaie, containing six or seven dollars in small hills. The tinder will be suitab le r?warded on leaving it at Dr. Dodd'B drug store, corner of Broadway ud Ninth street. LOST-ON THURSDAY, MAHCII IS, BETWEEN 4 and !i o'clock, in one of the Ninth street stages, a small Black Leather l'ortemonijaie. containing $ll. The finder will bo sultatily rewarded l>y leaving it at No. 4 Union square. PUBLIC LECTURES. A CHANCE FOR THE LADIES TO BE INITIATED IN to the mysteries of mental alchemy. Professor W'L L1AMS, encouraged by tho signal success which has heroto f re attended his afternoon entertainments, has been in duced to give another, to ladies only, at 3 o'clock, this P. M., at Metropolitan llall; also, a public lecture, at half past seven o'clock. SPECIAL NOTICES. POST OFFICE, NEW* YORK.? NOTICE-TIIE EURO pean Mails per U. S. Mail Steamship Washington, will dose fti tliiu uflicc oa Saturday, the 27th inst. at 1014 A. M, WH. V. BRADY, P. M. Notice.?1 the constables of the city of New York lire requested to attend a meeting at the house of H. Even, No. 102 Centre streot, on Monday, March 2!'. I>52, at 8 o'clock, i'.M., on business of import to each. It is expected that all the constables of thii city will he in attendance at this meeting. (Signed) W. Thompson, of tho Second ward ; W. Cook, Fourth ward ; J. Peru, Sixth ward; and N. Finch, Fourteenth ward,? Committee. Fire department.? the treasurer of the Fire Department, with moch pleasure, acknowledges tho receipt of four hundred dollars by the hands of Charles T, Cromwell, Esq., as a donation to tho Widow and Orphan Fund of the Department, accompanied with tho following communication. JOHN S. GILES, Treasurer. New York, March 26, 1852. C. T. Cromwell, Counsellor at Law, No. 63 Wall street.? New York. March 26, 18.12 ? My Dear Sir? Tho settlement of a matter of difference between Mr. P. T. Iiarnum and Mr. D, II. Height, (two gentlemen liberal and generous as the se quel shows,) through my intervention, gives me, by their consent and request, the grateful duty of presenting to the Fire Department 3,')0 dollars, for the relief of the widow and the orphan; one half in the name and en behalf of each of those '""titnn ii, t<l T^lc-ll I begioavo to addfifty dollars, on my ow n part, by w ay of making tho matter^ go smooth aijtJ J even. W hileoounsel to tho dopartm<E^i I liau occasion to J observe the practical workings of your beautiful system of charitable benevolence; and to know with what undeviating fidelity every cent donated went, and with what unerring certainty to the well judged relief of the destitute and help less, the relicts of those who had perilled comfort, health, and even life, for their fellows. It affords me, sir, unspeaka ble pleasure to he instrumental in assuring this Hiuall in crease to tho "Widows' and Orphans' Fund." Believe me, truly, your obedient servant, CH.T. CROMWELL. John 8. Giles, Esq., Treasurer N.Y. Fire Department. TO BUILDERS.? PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED up to the 6th of April, f?r the manufacture of the fol low ing w ork. 22 sets mahogany sash doors, 2 inches thick, 5 fee t l^a inches wide by 10 feet long, after rabbeted together, bevel style, sash made in the deir. 6 lights to cack pair of door*, all glaied. l'J lets mahogany French windows, inches thick, 4 feet by 7 fect 1 inch, after rabetcd, 6 lights to each window, all glazed. 4 set.) mahogany sash doors, 2 inches thick, 4 feet 1 liuh by 8 feet, after rabetcd, 6 lights to each, all glazed, made to correspond with the 22 sets. 7 sets pine sash dorrs, 2 inches thick, 4 feet 1 inch by 7 feet, after rnl'beted, 6 lights, all glatcd. 4.'i French windows, 1% inches thick, 3 feet 7 inches by 6 feet 10 inclioe, alter raketed, 6 lights, all glazed. 32 of these windows to be of mahogany, aud li of them nine. P"> Hits of door and window casings of pine, to tit the above openings, the 2 inch doors to have 2 inch casings, tliel?*' inch door.- and windows, to have 1J? inch cas ings. and band mouldings to lit the same. 25 pine sash doors r'j inches thick, 3 feet by 7, 4 lights, all glared, sash made in the door. 12 four panel doors, ifi inches thick, moulded on both sides. 3,600 running feet of base, or moss board, 8 inches wide and inch thick, all worked, rabetcd on the face, and fitted for a '!}?> or 3 inch base moulding, 3,000 running feet of moulding for above. 25 M l.*4 inch hard fine floor beard", tongned and grooved, aud pinned on one side, best quality. 1 M I >4 inch hard pine boards, planed on one side, and II inches w ide, for steps, best quality, elear. 1M va' inch thick, hard pine boards, planed on one aide, and n inches wide, for risers, best quality, clear. 260 running foet of straight mahogany moulded rail, suitable for store. 12 mahogany new ell posts, base 0 inches sqnarc. 2.">0 Flinch moulded bannisters, turned to match newell posts, of short. 2" SI best quality of pine laths. IV S. The abovo work is to be duplicated. Relerenee, S. BRANNAN, Irving House. No. 2)1. 1JOR ALBANY DIRECT, OR AS FAR AS THE ICE will permit. ? Passage, 50 cents' ? The steamboat N IM ROD, Capt. E. J. Small, will leave the foot of Reach street, this,( Saturday) afternoon, at 6 o'cloek. Freight taken on reasonable terms. For deck passage, or freight, apply on board, or at the office, corner of Beech and West streets. J. E. COFFERE, Agent. FINK ARTS. MR. J. H. WILTON, AGENT FOR ARTISTES, BEGS most respectfully to intimate to tho profession, tha* his services will bo available from the middle ef April until the end of Augnst. Parties desirous of engaging him to con duct their busiucss, will please communicate by letter, to the care of S. C. JOLLIE, 300 Broadway, whioh will receive Immediate attention. KELLY'S HALF PRICE ENGRAVING AND PRINT ing Office, 141 Fulton st reet, New York.? Wedding, Visiting. Address, and at home Cards, in the very best style; Cake Boxes, Envelopes, &,c. An engraved plate and fifty cards for ten shillings. N. B. ? Depot for the sale of Copper plate Presses, Burned Oil, Blankets, Ac. WINDOW PLATE ENGRAVER AND MANUFACTU rer.? S. C. Clark. 539 Broadway, is prepared to fur nish Plates for Windows, at one-half the prices formerly charged, engraved in the most handsome manner. On baud, a great variety of bcautilu! Silver Door Plates, at very low prices. Weduing and Visiting Curds neatly engraved and printed, at 530 Broadway. C'OUNTRY AN D CITY PUBLISHERS OF JOURNALS, ' in or out of New York, who w ill notice this card editor ially, shall receive pictures equivalent for the same at tho establishment. Holmes Daguerreotype Picture Gallory, 2+J Hrcudw ay, four years established, with two large skylights, uinl all the modern facilities and improvements for making pictures ui superior style, commanding public attention, ana the flattering commendation of all who have seen them, aud the honor ot being awarded two premium medals by the American Institute for the same works of art, warranting the proprietor to make it known to the world, aud to re spectfully invite every person wanting picturos to remem ber and call on him. HOLMES. AGUERREOTYPE GALLERY TO LET, IN BROOK lyn; one ot the best locations. Also, several suites of Rooms with marble i himnoy pieces and sdlendid|black grates, in the Freestone Building. 53 Fulton street. Apply to GEO. G. SICKLES, 7> Nassau street, New York. TO MAP PUBLISHERS? THE PLATES AND COPY right ef the large and splendid Maps of Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama, showing the townships and sec tional lines of tho United States surveys, together with s 'ine small plates, compiled by the late John LaTnurette, are now offered for sale to close the estate. They may now be had at a bargain, by applying to Sherman A Smith, Map Publishers, corncr Broadway and Cedar street; or to E. R. Ilcnnot, 48 and 50 Duane street, New York. PAPER HANGINGS. New taper hangings.-tiios. fave a co., 4,ta Pearl street, near ltadison, have Jast receivod the new spring patterns of ever* known style in the trade. The pub lic are invited to examine before purchasing. Artistic Worie ?10 a attend te the retail department. THOMAS FAVE A CO., 43C Poarl street. PAI'FIl HANGINGS ? II I" ST A < F. A FBF.RT, 1-fl PEARL street, near Maiden lane, have for sale a new and beautiful assortment of Paper Hangings, Borders, Ac. which they offer at low prices. Our Mr. Kbert having boon a manufacturer in Paris many years, our articles are of su perior quality. D M ASTROLOGY, <feo RS. PREWSTER, FROM PHILADELPHIA. TRSf. ders her services to ladies and gentlemen of this city, In Astrology, Love, and Law Matters, interpreting Droams, Ac., by books and science, constantly relied on by Napoleon: and will tell the name ot the lady or gentleman thoy will marry. Also the names of tho visiters. Rosldenno 411 Orand street, between Clinton and Attorney streets. Ladles fifty cents ; gentlemen, one dollar. AN EDITORIAL FROM THE SUNDAY MERCURY, OF March 21. 1 V>2. ? The power of the press is mighty, and viH prevail.? The Wonders of Astrology. ? People who sup pose that astrology i- not a science, are greatly mistaken. To w ork oat its results, arithmetic, algebra, nna astronomy nre brought into play; and the calculations upon which horoscopes are frnmed, and nativities east, are of tho most abstruse charai tor. The astrologer is no ignorant pretender. Ill Works by rules as old as the Scriptures themselves ; for almost ?t the earliest peri >d of Scriptural history, tho Chal dean priests practised astrology; and even ss late as the reign of Louis XI. of Frsnce.it ranked a moiig the exac t sciences. Certainly an art so antique, so nniversally be lieved in for thousands of years, and based upon the move ments of the celestial bodies, isentitled to more respect than the absurd theories of spirit rappings, biology, Ac. , now so generally swallowed. Dr. ROBACK, hotter known, perhaps, than any other astrologer of nnr day, frofesses t<> have not only revived the art in all its force and ai i iirat v. but, in tho study of years, t<? have added very largely to its resources. It is quite certain that many of his prcifh tions ma le in th s eity have >een fulfilled to the letter. To those a ho are eeep tiealasto hisskilL he offers to give indisputable proof of his , V '.1 '? of tho fature and the past, at his residence, No. fi W hltf strcst. rENTRF.vI,.,,n4(orRSE.-TUOTT,Nf,^THURSDAY. April first, lit tlireco clock P. M., amatekforCI00.mil* b.Ms to wagon; play or pay. Mr.Whelan names bl.in. lAiay ilMjnfp. j.,i odckIim umncp h. ( Vntrcvill**. JQ?F? CONCKJjIN, J'roprietor. WANTS. WANTED? A LADY, COMPETENT TU TEACH Freactiaud all the English branches. Apply at 60i Hi I, Ml II Hr?t. in fMWl, from 10 to 12 u 'cloak, A. M. WANTED-A raiNCH LADY or RESPECTABILITY, to teach Freueh to a single person, for about two hanri each evening. for which her board will be given. Reference [ittn and required. Address 1). 8., office of the Herald. WANTED ? BY A LADT, A SITUATION AS SALBE woman in a Gentlemen's Furnishing Store, or would take charge of the ?? u ttin^ anil manufacturing in a wholesale ?hirt establishment. Dent of eity references giveu. Addresf, with real name. E. II. A.. Ilcrald office. WANTED-1N Brooklyn. a situation, by a respectable Protectant girl, who ta steady, tidy ami industrious, an Chambermaid uud Waiter, or to aaaiat in washing, ironing or sewing. Good recommendation from her last place. Apply in Smith street, corner of Bergea street, in haaement, for Elizabeth. WANTED? A BABY TO NURSE, AT 1IER OWN house, by a respectable married woman with a Iresli breast of milk. References given. Apply at 285 First ave nue, corner Seventeenth itreet. Can be accn to-day and Monday. Inquire for Mrs. Urant. WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN, a situation us Laundress, in a private family; tan bring the best of reeommendationa from her lost place. Can be seen for two daya, at. No. Uti Fifth avonite. WANTED? AN ENGLISH OR SCOTCH WOMAN AS Cook, who ia a good Waaher and Ironor. One with satisfactory references from her last employer, may obtain a good place by applying ut No. Il.'l Fourth street. WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE TOD NO WOMAN, a aituation, to lenrn the Pffffnilfclnt business, understands needlework, Please callat 52 VauJam street; basement. Call or address a note. WANTED? SITUATIONS BY TWO YOUNG LADIES, capable of taking charge of a dressmaking establish ment, or to work by the day for private families. Inquire at .'>07 Bowery, for two days. City refurencea given. WA NTF.D? BY A NEAT, TIDY GIRL, WITH GOOD city reference, a situation to do thnbtmA ami plain sewing, or chamherwork and attend children, and would have no objection to assist at washing and ironing. Can be MM ut No. ISO I a#t Twenty -fifth street. WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A STEADY, RESl'ECT abl? young man, us Coachman or Groom. Can give the l.est eity reference from his last place. No objection to go to the country. Can be seen (or three days, at 135 Liberty street, if not suited. P. W. WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE young Protestant German girl, as Cliambcrmsid, and to assist In W ashing uud Ironing; would do chamherwork and plain sewing. Best city refereneo will he givth. Plcasccall at the corner of Twenty-eighth street and Tenth avenue, over the gold factory. WAN'TED-TO TRAVEL WITH A LADY OR FA mily.? A respectable young woman, of good address, desires to engage with a family or a lady, to travel to Cali fornia. Address M. D., Herald office. WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN, who perfectly understands her business, a situation in a dry goods store. Can be well recoinmeuded by her pre sent employer, where she will he disengaged in the course of a week. Can give the best city references. Any commands, addressed M. 11.. or personal application, at 3t>5 Pearl street, for one week, w ill he promptly attended to. WANTED? A BOY, IN A REAL ESTATE OFFICE Apply at Broadway, Room 2(1, Lafarge lluildiugH WANTED IMMEDIATELY? A SALESMAN, IN A brush aud woodware store. None need apply but those who understand the above business perfectly. Address Ar nold, at the office of this paper, stating by whom last em ployed. ' WANTED? FOR A FIRST CLASS HOTEL, A COM pctcnt Head Waiter, of practical experience and good address. Apply by letter, stating where last employed, to A. B. C., Herald offico. WANTED? A GENTLEMAN ENGAGED IN THE DRY Goods Commission Business in Philadelphia, who is a competent salnsmau, a good iudge of goods, aud favorably known in the European markets, is desirous of making an engagement with a respectable house in New York, as sales man and traveller. An interest or liberal salary expected. Address Box 100, Philadelphia Post Office. WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A MAN COMPETENT of taking charge of a Cotton Spinning Factory; ho lias had a great many years experience, both in Europe and this country ; he is competout of putting up machinery, in all its departments. For further information addiesa J. L., Commercial Hotel, 73 Cortlaudt street. TIT ANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE, STEADY YOUNG Tv man, a sttuatiou us light Porter, in a wholesale or retail dry goodB or clothing store. The most satisfactory references given. Salary no object. Address . I. K., Herald office, or can be seen at 17 Catharine street, for two days. WANTS A SITUATION, AS COACHMAN AND GAR dener, one who understands his business perfectly well. Can give tho very best of eity references as to his boned y and capability. Address J. B. D., Herald office. WANTED-A GOOD RETAIL DRY G00D3 8ALES rnan. Inquire At llortoQ, Sons, 186 Fulton street, Brooklyn, after 6 P.M. WANTED IN A COMMISSION HOUSE-A YOUNG man about sixteen years of age, respectably educated, who resides with his parents, for ulterior reasons. One who lias some little experience in the retail dry goods business would be preferred. Address W. II., this office. WANTED.? BY A RESPECTABLE, STEADY AND sober man, a situation as a Waiter in a private family, The beet of references tan be given. Address J. II., nerald office. WANTED? TWO OR THREE SALESMEN. IN A RE tail Dry Goods House, where a pleasant family trade is done. Liberal terms offered, and engagements by the year. Apply at No, 1*7 Broadway, from H to 11 A. M., aud inquire for Mr. BURN HAM. WANTED? BY A YOUNG MAN SPEAKING FRENCH, German and English, a situation ai Bookkeeper, < r Correspondent, or any other employment in a store, w nerc he will render himself generally useful. He can nl-o toaeli the Latin. Greek aud German language*. Apply at 121 Frank lin street. WANTED-A YOUNG MAN WITH FOUR OR FIVE hundred dollars, to join the advertiser in a fashionah'.e Summer Hotel, out of the City? or a person with this ainoui t would be Jiaid a salary, and for use of the money. Goi d security given. Address E. W., Herald office, with ro.'l name, ctating whers to be seen. WANTE I) ? CHAMBERMAIDS, SEAMSTRESSES, Cooks, Waiters, Housework and Errand Girl.'. Irish, English, Scotch, German, Welsh and Americans. I r all kinds ol employment; Clerks, Salesmen, Bookkeepers. Bar keepers, Coachmen, Grooms, Gardeners, Firemen. En< ?? r s , C'oalpassers, Farmers, at 262 Hudson street. Office IV ? lo employers. All orders promptly attended to, city or c iu try. WANTED-SERVAN'TS, SERVANTS, SERVANTS, Servants, Servant*, Servants.? TIio very best servants in this city in ay be obtained at the " Select Protestant Em ployment Agency," 7 Carmine street, and "Society Agency," ItKi Chambers street, established A. 1). l*2.r>? girls, men, and buys, of every station, for city or country. Only those of good character admitted. WANTED? AT 114 NASSAU STREET ( BASEMENT), a Dread and Cako Dukcr, to go thirty miles from New York. Also Clerks, Salesmen, Porters, Mon on rail roads and farms, Dnys to learn trades, Coachmen and Gar deners, Waiters, Girls as Cooks, Chambcrmnids, Nurses and Dress makers. THOS. SPIN K, Agent . WANTED? FIVE MEN AND THREE liOVS: A SMART man for Sexton of an Episcopal Church ; a smart in telligent waiter for hull porter in a hotel; a waiter to tako charge of the dining saloon in a hotel; two men to work iu gardens; a boy who understands waiting: a boy to work in a garden, and a boy to work on a farm? ages from sixteeu to twenty-one. Apply at 7 Carmine street, or lot) Chambers street. A DRUG CLERK WANTED.-ONE WHO IS Till), roughly competent to take charge of a Broadway storo, and is willing to devote the whole of his attention to his em ployer's interest, cun meet with a situation by addressing a note to "Druggist," Herald office, stating where last em ployed. and where an interview can be had. N. B. ? None cut persons fully qnllltd to take the entire control of a first class store need answer. ARMY. 16 YEARS OI,D, WIIO HAS BEEN IS THE carving business lor three months, wishes to engage himself now or the first of May, in the above named or watch making trade. Can give good references from his last employ er. Call at Ho North Moore street. A SALESMAN WANTED IN THE CARI'ET STORE Xi Bow cry. Out who understands tliu busiuess may apply this day or Monday. A RESECTABLE GERMAN LADY JS DESIROUS <>!' obtaining a situation to attend a fancy storo. She has considerable experience in business, and would be very use ftilinan Embroidery and Fancy Establishment. ShO un derstands nil kinds of fancy work, and embroiders e<|ual to the French. She would be willing to occupy herself in any of the abore work when n?t engaged in the store, l'leasc apply at 72 West Twenty-first street, where speeitneus of her work can be seen. A YOUNG LADY WOULD WISH A SITUATION AS Companion to a lady going to California. She cuts ami fits drosses; would take earc of children, and make herself generally useful. Please address Ellen, Herald office. A FRENCH LADY, JUST ARRIVED FROM PARIS and not acquainted with the English language, wishes to find a situation as Governess in a family to take care of the education of children. Beet references given. Address box 1,686. Drug clerk wanted? one that under stands his busiuess thoroughly. Apply corner Fulton and Cranberry street', Brooklyn. Drug clerk wanted.-a young man. of in dustri "us habits, haviug a good knowledge of tho retail and prescription business, may find a permanent situation, by addressing Drugs and Medicine, at this office. DR1(. CLF.RK WANTED.-ONE THOROUGHLY M - quainted with the eity retail trale, will reocivu a liberal salary. Apply at 71 Can?l street. Nursing? ladies wishing private nursing during confinement, will meet with pleasant aecoinmo datlous, and an experienced nunc to take care of them, by addressing Ni r-e, at thia office. Nl'RSK AND CHAMBERMAID -WANTED, A NEAT, tidy, genteel girl, seventeen to twenty years old. in a small family iu the upper part of the eity. Apply, with eity references, at the othcc of the mahogany yard. 2C and .'ill Chorry street. Tobacco cutters, also girls wanted to paok. None but experienced hands need apply. A . L. IK >(i E ICT, fSi V s <f y st rei t . 1fWW\ AGENTS WANTED, TO SELL A NEW AND j"\/VF beautiful Medal, ?, n whic h Agents nre now earn ing from $5 to $20 per day. Country Ageuts, by forwarding oneor more dollars, may rely upon having them on tho best terms. / E. LYON, No. 421 Broadway. on/k AGENTS.? WANTED IMMEDIATELY, . W MEN, OW ?l guod address and business talents' ami l/l ft males, to operate a- agents in a good and reapec table hiui ness, with constant employment and the moat liberal pay ? Amcrbans. None others wanted. Apply at 112 Broadway, Mechanics' I rion Association, up stairs. MUSICAL. WANTED? A VIOLINIST. FOR AN AMATEUR Ml N ? strel association: also n banjo pla.ier (one with * high tenor voice preferred ). Those who understand musio preferred. Apply at Reid's pianoforte factory, 44* liroiii way. between the hours of 7 and 10 P. M., on Saturday. PI ANO FOR SALE. - A NEW MAHOGANY SIX octai es Pianoforte, in good order, for sale cheap. Apply at No. 112 Kmik street. SPORTING* Never before attempted in \ m erica.? fiied. II. Gibson, the pedestrian wonder of the world, has now walked twenty daj mid nwht? and completed Wl on ecssiie hall miles in eviy ? in ? ? ' ? 'mlf hour, and will hiiish his Herculean t a> k i t I ,i'.VI I i If miles - u oe < <lvel v. for *2, <4*1, on Sunday next, at tin! Atlantic Garden, No, 9 ilrotdway. Atfmlclon, li"a eenta. ^ BOARDING AMD LODGINGS. A FINE LARGE SUITE OF ROOMS TO LET, ON TllE Ami fleer, haudsouiely furnished, with fall board ; pri vate table, if required. Also, several r?om< for single gen tlemen. References exchanged. Apply to MRS. ROBlN SON. tiV Broadway. Ahm: ROOM TO LET. IMMEDIATELY; and kflll tin* mouth of May, several room* an choi< e, in tho same home. Mtoatcd near Broadway. Address to Mr. Docbeaaan, 121 Franklin street . BOAKI), WITH ROOMS SUITABLE FOR MARRIED ami tingle |>?rx<> u a. can lie obtained at 74 East Twonty tlurd street. The home ha* the modern improvements. BOARD WANTED-BY a GENTLEMAN AND Ills wife. aft?r the tirnt of May, in a first clans houie, with second htory front room, bedroom, and pantry at tached; aliio, a ? in a 11 bedroom on thu rnimc Hour, or the uoxt. Ad drear, with reference, Mr. It., Herald office. BOAKI) wanted. BY a LADY, FOR UK RSI LP. two children, and servant, m or neur the Fourth ave nue. References given ana required. Address B. A., Union Square I'uit Office, stating term* and location. BOARDING.? GENTEEL FURNISHED ROOMS, 9UIT able fur single gentlemen, >>r gentlemen and their wives, with board, und use of bathing room, tuay bo had at IIS Fourth street, corner of Auioa. Ouinibusca pan* the door. Situation pleasant. Board wanted ? for a i.ady and her daughter, from the first of April, In a private family, residing between Twelfth and Twenty-ninth streets, and went of Broadway. The very beat of reference* riven and re quired. Addreaa immediately Mr. WILKINH, Journal ef Commerce office. BOARDING- a FEW GENTLEMEN CAN BE ACCOM inoilatcd with permanent board at No. &)3 Pearl atreot, lourdoora above Ueekmau. No moving on the tint, of May. _ ALEXANDER WELSH. Board near imon square, in a new iiou.sk, lit by gas, with a furnished parlor, second story front, and bedroom adjoining (alao third atury room, if wanted), may be obtained for two or threo persona willing to pay a liberal price for (Uperior aeeuminodatioiia. No other board era, and no moving. Addreaa box 2,077 Post Office. Board wanted- -for a gentleman and his wife, in it respeetable family, where thero aio few boardersor none. Parlor and bedroom, with board ? room* well funnelled. By mating price and whereabout a it ia, will tiud immediate answer. Addreaa Sherlock, Herald oflicc. BOAKI) WANTED IIY TWO LADIES. IN A RESIT.CT aMe private lamily, Hfi<Pnp?l preferred, either in Brooklyn, Williamsburg, Ynnkcrs, Tarrytown, or any healthy town within an hour'a ride of New York; but one room wanted. Terms must be moderate. Addreaa J. B., Herald office. Board it town.-two bedrooms and a sit ting room, or threo bedrooms on second Wight, in the Srat class house of a private family, w ho do not move in May. A small party, of respectability, desirous for thu quiet and social comforts of a private home, will tiud thin a favorable opportunity; satisfactory references required; location cheer ful, and in the neighborhood of Union Square. Addreaa A. C. D., Union Square 1'oat Ofliee. Board wantf.d-by two ladies (sisters), in a small private family, or were there arc hut few hoarder*. The lower part of the city (east aide) preferred. The beat of references furnished aa to character, &c. Ad dreaa, staling particulars, C. 11. A., Herald ofliee. BOAKD-A FRONT l'ARLOlt AND BEDROOM, on second floor, to let with full or piirtial board, to ainglu Sentlemen, or to a gentleman and wife without youu^ cliil ren or tsrvant, at ISO Waverley Place. PRIVATE BOARD-FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD (without young children or servant) may he obtained at No. 84 East Twentieth street, between Fourth avenue and Broadway. TO LET.? A FURNISHED ROOM TO TWO GENTLE men, with or without breakfast and tea. Apply at ii'JC Broome street. WANTED-BY a single gentleman, a bed room and board, in a tirst class boarding liuttse, or private family, within an easy distance of Canal street. Apply by letter to D. E. F., Herald office. HOUSES, ROOMS, ?fcc. WANTED, PART OK A HOUSE WANTE l> ? < 'ONSI. STING OF I'AR lur, three bedrooms aud kiteheu, fur a small family uf four individuals, rent nut to lie moru titan $HiO, between Barclay and Princc streets, in tlie vicinity of Broadway. Answers received for one week. Address A. B. C., Broad way l'ust offlc*. WANTED- PART OF A House. FOR A FAMILY OF three persons aud servant, without children. Down town preferred. Please addrors O. F. Jl., Herald ?due. References givon and required. WANTED? BY A WIDOW LADY, WITHOUT IN cumbrance, a largo and comfortable house, with modern improvement!, for a gentleman's lodging house, where the rent, or part of it, will ho taken out in hoard or lodgings. Address Warren. Broadway l'ost Office. WANTED TO KENT OR PURCHASE-THE STOCK, lease, good will aud fixtures of a Porter House, situ ated An t)>V North or East Kivers, below Houston street, in New York, or near ti.i! water iu Brooklyn. Address K. S., box 1,890 New York Post Office. WANTED? ATWO STORY HOUSE, IN THE FOURTH, Seventh or Tenth ward; rent uot to exceed $600 icr annum. Apply to E. T. Riley, 81 l'iue street. WANTED? IN THIS CITY OR BROOKLYN, PART of a house, unfurnished, consisting of four or live rooms, in fOvoed location. The applicants hare no.cliildrcu. Address C. O. 1'., Herald office. WANTED-TO LEASE, FOR A NUMBER OF YEARS, three to four large and lii?ht Lofts, with steam power, suitable for a clean manufacturing business. Location not above Bleeeker street would bu desirable, Address box2,65.'j, l'ost Office. WANTED? TO HIRE, BT A SMALL FAMILY, A small House, no hiirher up town than Amity struct. Addrcrs, stating rent, inc., to Jack, at this office. WANTKI) TO PURCHASE, FOR CASH, THE LEASE. Fixtures and Furuituro uf Homo good Hotel, or a go.,d Eating and Drinking House, in a desirable location in the city, or in its improving vicinity. Address R. 1? M . staling the location, and W here an interview may be had. and it will be confidentially and punctually met with attention. WANTED TO PURCHASE ? A LOT TWENTY-FIVE feet front by 100 feet deep, on Frankfort street, or ill its vicinity. A bouse upon it would nut be objected to. Apply at French's Hotel. CHANDELIERS WANTE D-T WO LARGE CHAN DE liers, suitable fur burning Oil. Address Y., Herald office. MISCELLANEOUS. English ti r&BOT.? CLEM'S COFFEE and CHOP house, 312 Broadway? W ill be served this day. a splen did English Turbot, per steamship Europh; ready' t'ruiu 11' to 4 o'clock; alto, some fine English Bares for sale, Next week is the last opportunity of joining GOLDSM ITU'S Writing Classes, at the re duced sum of ?2 60 for the course of Ten Lesauns. All sub scribers may ;akc their lessons at convenient hours until the first of June. Private instruction reduced tu V 10. I1ANS.? TO JOBBERS AND COUNTRY DEALERS? Just received, several cases of Fans, from Paris. A very large assortment of every kind always on hand. Fans. R. KIPLING, 88 Maiden Una. 1 FASHION FOR SPRING. 1H62.-MOUNNENS &. CO., Hatters, t>6 Division street; single lint- at wholesale prices. Best quality of Moleskin hats, S3 00. Second do. ri?., $2 fin. (.'loth aud fancy Caps at reduced prices. The long and complete practical experience of M. V Co., as wholesale and retail manufacturers of fashionable and tin1 high esteem they have had the fortune to win aud retain, ore guarantees of tlie finish, elegance and durability of their stock. MOUNNENS k CO., Hatters, 65 Division street. KOO BARRELS SALMON, 1,000 BARRELS HER Wvv rings, dry salted, suitable for the West India mar ket. 4, <?0 barrels No. 1 Mackerel, extra quality, 600 barrels large No. 3, do., l.ouo boxes smoked Herrings, 100 barrels Shnd, 60 barrels W hits Fish, for sale by NELSON WELLS fc CO., 81 Dey street. ALEXANDRE'S SUB-MARINE BOAT.? ALL COMMU nidations relative to poarl fisheries, goU searches, or all other purposes to wbich the boat can be applied, may be addressed to Mr. ALEXANDRE^ 131 Fulton street. OiSce Ir# its from 10 to 12 o'cloc-k A. M. WARRANTED WATCHES. ? SILVER Cl'I.l N DER Watches (10; full jewelled Levers Sift; tine gold Ladies' M atches S26; and hue gold and silver Patent Levers, of tbo best quality, retailed at wholesale prices, at the cheap Watch Store of L. JACOBS, importer of Fiat Watches, 102 Chatham strcot. Lawn crass.-a choice mixture, FOR LAWNS. for sals at the Union Agricultural Warehouse auu Seed btore, 23 Fulton street, near) ultun Market. I FRENCH GAS FIXTURES, JUST IMPORTED? RICH Chandeliers, < andelabras, Bracketts, lls.l Lamps, fnncy aud plain, warranted and fitted up: Mechanical Lamps, Jlodtrators, Reading, Solar Lamps, Bohemian GU -s Ware, Artistic llvon/cs, Clocks; Statues, Groups, Caudloitick*. (.latj ware lor lamp!- and sas tixtor^s. H. 1JARDON V1LLE, 110 Broadway. Rich cut glass and pressed ware.? turner, I-ane, k lion is, Noa. 4't, 4.'i ami 47 Duanc street, M.vna faotnrers and Wholesale Dttltri in lji;k Cut C'lws a.i^ i Pressed Ware, of every descripti on, and of tim Uwist 1 of patterne for talde u*c. Also. Bolsr. Fluid, and tia* GlibJI Ball Lanterns, with stained, enamelled, and cut gla-i*: (J Ian stained and cut for parlor and ball door*, Dome ljghti, ito W e invite tie attention *f eotiatry merchants tu our stoi,k ff which we hf.7* th? larireet in the city, at re lured pridet Persons about purchasing cut c'asa tor bote la, ?teamen restaurants, and private use, will tind every variety of pat torn by culling at our warcroomt. Paiiiaular atwulioi paid to the packing of California erderi. M~ ORKHF.AD'S MAGNETIC PLASTER, i HE < HF.AP est and moat valuable remedy ever Riven to tlie w?rld. ? In all the complaint* and disease* fur which the Magnet ic Platter is recommended, ft* worth i* inestimable, and its PRICE ALMOST NOTHING ! Let it t ? remembered that pain cannvt exist wlier.' tbil Platter i? applied. It i* ea< ?? ii I i n b I y pleasant and agreeable in Its use, and i? free from all those objections attached to the generality el plasters. It i* warranted to maintain its virtues for years, and to keep unimpaired in uny climate. Prick 26 Cknts a Ho*, 'with rvM. I'tn ?cTtO*fS. Manufactured by t-he Inventor and proprietor, D. C.MOREIIEAD. Al. 1>., 1-- Broadway. I'or sale by all respectable drufyi t*. ; CVCn WINNING WAV? SOME FOLKS If AVI! SO ?J have the Jlats o! MtK.I MAN. N ?. !<0 1 ulton street. They nre so beautiful, that ayuiint man v* it It one on i- apt t ? stand on a comer, and put on "aim." Freeman's Hats are I not only beautiful, but durable aa I cheap. Rcmem at Ui | store I* No. *.iO Kultoa street, near (jotd. I^IMOLAT'8 SCLPHI R HATIIK, M7 I'KAHL STREET, octaMMied in 1K20 by Louis *1 . Timolat, frotn Pari*.?* ' 1 l.nte nre the only genuine Sulphur Itatli and arc hljhly n r um mended for the cure of HI ? umiiti-in. Eriiptlonsof th? Skin, severe Colds, mercurial affection*. 4c< , Sif. We refer to l)rn. Molt, U nlliu e, Vache, Marnn. and tM prim ipul I physician* in this city. CUOTNR to the fTBLIC.? THI GRIAT POPP t larltv of "Lyon's Magnuth Powders," for the dn*trne | t Ion ot I eilbugg, cockroaches, mot he, ant*, fleas, flies, and Insects on plants, and all other insects, ha* prompted oer l tain parties to prepare spurious article*, and oil r them, iinder various denominations, for sale. lew of thnr indi viduals d nre to give their liFP''*Hi ? us out as "free of poiaou." I The |nropri? tor of the original arti< le has. In this city, only the under-mwttoncd agent*, suit the principal depot is at 4- 1 Hi oad vt ay . wl ere also may he obtained l'llls fi r the in atantaiic us destrm tu,n of r?i? a> d mice It th artl< ln-< are v arranU'd, and their cfflMey has been tried hy tho follow ; ing gentlemen Lawren<e Reld. Professor of Chemistry; James K. CI ilton, M. P., Chemist; P. 1). Howard, l.sn . Irv ing House; lYItntn & Sti t*< n, Astor llou-e. J. L. Roomo Pro., Snt? riiitendeiit of N. V. Hospital; Valentino Mitt, M. !>.. Professor anil President uftlie \ . \ Modi' al Aoado my; and many . f the most eminent phy-leiansin the city, i It has also received the first premium or the A mericaa Insti ? tnte. Ft rale ?y all the wholesale druggists. I E. LYON. *U Hi oad way. TEBANTH KEUMTER. ABASEMENT TO LET? SUITABLE FOIt A I'll VSI eiu'i ellc?' Inquiro at 'il> Greenwieh *treet. Pofoeuiun ean b? had on the lot <if April. Aluo, a third ntory back , r<>?m, forniihed or ?nfurnl?hed. rota lit May. BROWN SAND STONE Qir A RKI RS.-TO RUNT, TWO ?xtenaive qunr?ie? ol brown aand ilou, within aixty in il?-M uf thin city. The quality >>f thf atone ia auperior. anil th? navigating ia good. Apply to I*. W. ENlln & SONS. Nip. 131 troat itrMi, N?w York. IJOR RENT Til R SALOON OR RESTAURANT OV the flrat floor of tho National Theatre, in the city of H aahington. There la, porhap*, none other la the country more promiaing to a capable pereou than thin. Opening on the (treat thoroughfare of the ' ity, it cau command the b?at (lay cuitum, and i ? acceaaihle from the only theatro in tho city, that, too, being ?a large an any in the eountry. Appli cation euu he madv to the proprietor of tho National iiali, Waehington City. I^A< TORY TO LET, I (Ml FEET II V 2?. THREE STORIES, in a good loeatloa, initable for light BuatMtani| rurpotcs. A *toam Enxine of tt borne power. with ahafting, ell h, &e., for ?alo low. Iniiuiro at tin Water ntrect, up ?tnir*. I FOUNDRY TO I.ET I'lllt A TDKII (II' YEARS-WEI. L located fur doing a good buaiuoaa. Enquire of. I anion C. lla>a, No. (ICity Hall l'laoe; or addrcsn Foundry, thin office. Hotel to let. at port Richmond, state n Inland. ? The houne known an the I'ort Richmond llotel, with extensive ground a and out buildioga. aituatcd clone to the ferry, and well adapted for auinmer hoarder* ; will be leaded for ouo or more yearn. The whole or a part of the furniture can be purchased. Inquire of II. S. ROSE, Em|., K'7 llroadway, or on the preuii<ca. Houses to let? the two first class three Story lloune*, Noa. ill uml '.'77 En at Tenth trcnt. Apply to II. IIOtiAN, 14 Wall lirtet. IARGE AND SMALL ROOMS, BEAUTIFULLY LIGI1T J ed on all aide*, to Let, with Steam power from an hun dred horae engine. En<|uire ut the Empire Iron Wurkn, toot of Eaat Twenty-nfth atrcet, of SAMUEL LE<;(!ETT, or THOMAS J. SLOAN. JAKGE ROOM TO LET-IN THE SECOND STORY J of the building at the junction of tho llowery ami Di virion atroet, containing about 3,(XIU ac|iiare feet, and well ailnp ted for a clothing er ta' linhuicut, or other aliuilar btlai ne?a requiring lurge apace. Alao, aevcral apadniia, well lighted rooma in tho upper atorien, auitaMe for ollicon aud for light inanut'ncturiiig purpose*. 1'oaacm.iou may he hid immediately. Inquire on the premise*. Notice to caktmkn.-cartmen can be ac conimodated with nine apartmenta. with good airy atablca attnehed, in Fourteenth atrcet, between Avenue* A and B. Iiy applying to Jaiuea Winning, No. I'NI Seventh afreet, near Avenue It, or at the building". N. II.? Two live atory brick hull J Iuk**, with ntablen iu tho rear, for aale. I nqnire aa aho> e. OFFICES TO LET AT I .TO BROADWAY. BETWEEN Liberty and Cedar atreetn, auitaMe for lawyern or any kind of light innchaiiical purpoae, an they are well lighted; lilao, a large nine workfhop, with office attached, in the rear ofanid building, entrance from Cedar atroot, now occupied as a gold kenter'a a Imp, nnitahlu for thin or other mcchauieul buaiues*. Inquiro at liiil Broadway, in the atoro. STORE TO LET, OR LEASE IVIlt S A LE.? Til K YERY deairnhle atore lately titled up with ovory convenience, together with the dwelling part of the houne, No. I!l Warren atri ct, near llroadway, will be let low to a good tenant, or the leaae will be aold oil favorable term*. Apply on the pre in tM'a. TO RENT? BATTLE HOUSE, MOBILE, ALA IIAM A. ? Thin large and coininndioun eatahliahment in now in rapid progrena, land will be ready for occupation early in September next ; it in live atoriea iu height, fronting on two atreetn, IBM by 158 feet. The atoekholdera have rparod no expense in lti anna true t io n to make it in every reapert wor thy of patronage, the rooms being large and well ventilated, having a geutlemen'n dining room and ladies' ordinary capa ble of icating abont four hundred pcrnonn at one time, and having about two hundred nleeping room*. pBtlfluei anil ladion parlorn, and large bar room, with hath rooma, aud all Other convenieucina, to make it one of the heat llotela in the country. That the bouae may bo no kept an to meet the wanta and approbation of ita patroni, the proprietor! offer it for rent through tho pnblio print*. To a pernon or per ron*, poanonning tho necennary qualification*, a liberal leaae will be given. A preference will he given to a party able to furnish the houne on bin own accoant. Application munt bn made to the underaigned on or before the l.Hli day of April next. SAMUEL U. BATTLE, Treasurer, Mobile, Ala. TO LET? OPF ICES IN BUILDING NO. 167 BROAD way, suitable for engravers or any other lnminois re quiring well lighted room*. Apidy to I'. N. Gellatly, room fit i. !>. Two large nffirti to let, iu building lt>7 Broadway, suitable for insurance or other coin pauies. Rent $1,000 per annum. Apply to 1'. N. Gellatly, ou the premises, room N o. 5. TO LET-AT HOIIOKKN. SEVERAL THREE STORY anil basement liriek dwelling houses. Inquire at the Land Office, Ho loken, of w. W. 8HIPPEN, Agent. To LIT?A LARGE four STORT HOUSE, HAND comely furnished, near Washington square. Thin in a desirable opportunity for a family of grown person*. Th? liTWtlW herself Would like board for part of tho year. Address notee to llcnry, Herald ollico, with roal name, for three days. TO LET? FURNISHED ANI) |UN FURN 1SII ED I'AR lors, on first aud second floors of house CM Broadway: also, six very pleasant attic room*. The house is supplied With bfttU and gas, &o. Persons wishing it fan bo supplied with breakfast and tea in their rooms. Apply as above. Re ference given and required. TO LET? A THREE STORY HOUSE, ( ONSISTI \ (1 OK twelve roouia, with C'rotou water ou each floor. En quire ou the premises, No. 411) Broome itreet, or at No. 13 t hambert itreet. M. J. LYONS. TO I, ease A LODGE ROOM. IN II I. E ECK BR Building, corner of llleocker aud Mortou streets. This i one of the most oooi and pleasant rooin? in the city. Tho rent will be low to a good tenant, luquiro of T.CL'TIIBKItT, No. II licthunc street. rpo LET, AT YORK VI LI. E? A DWELLING HOUSE. A eltiuted an Eighty-seventh Btreet, between Thirl and 1*' mirth avenue*, containing two basements, n ml two parlor <. with pantries aita< bed. on the lirst floor, and tit". k:hii ? o i the second, with three attic bedroom'. Also, a stable to let, if required. A l*?o. one half of (In house adjoining, to a small respectable family without children. A large garden with flower*. fruit, &c.. within bull' a block of the Harlem Railroad depot. ?r the ^ orkville line of st age ?: ? fair i ets. Apply on the premises, or of It. Sltl'LK, 18 Liberty Btreet. ri^O LET? IN SOUTH IIROOK I. V N? I'll E WHOLE, OR A lower part of the splendidly tinih"d three story house No. ltd Snckctst.. near Coiri consisting of par lors t birteeu feet high, w jth carved stiit ; .1 TV marble in ant: Is, ci rniicd in the most elegant loauner. with panelled ceiling* and heavy reutre pieces. There are seventeen rooms in all, finished inji he host style. < ! a.o in every rooto. Ront $HGQ. Apply ou the premise*, or to J. HARNETT, No. IS John street, up stairs. T'O I.I T-A SMALL GENTEEL THREE STORY AVB attic house, on Twcnty-llfth street, with gas, hath, range, fcc., and in tine order. Rent $.">00. Also ono onTwen ty eighth street; rent JVni. Apply to E. B. K1NSIIIMKK, 81!) Fourth avenne, from 2 to 7 r. M. rpo LET? A LARGE, SHOWY STORE, CORNER OF A Sixth avenue and Fourth street. It is in a good loca tion. and will be let for almost any business except liquor". It ii- a first-rate itaud fur a tirst class grocery. IV:ut $130. Apply at the office, 7 Carmine street. rpo LET-TO A SMALL FAMILY WITHOUT CHIL A ilreu, the upper part of a genteel house, wit h ha th room, ike., iu a healthy location, and within one block of three lines of it arcs. Apply on the premises, 7*.'! Greenwich street, opposite ltethunc street, or at .'MM! Pearl street. rp II n t OR NER STORE, < ORN F.R OFT WENT V FOURTH A Btreet and Eighth avenue, to let, separate, or together with the dwelling part; also, store .'Co Fourth avenue, with ti'oot cellar; also, small store ou Broadway, near Twonty suveuth street. Apply to E. II. KiNSIIIMER, 31!' Fourth avenue, from 2 to 7 P. M. rpo BAKERS.? TO RENT. IN PART OR ENTIRE. THE A three story brick dwelling aud bakery. 33M Atlantic street, Brooklyn, with fixture* and oven complete. Tho location is a good one, and well calculated for a permanent rc> nectahle business. Apply to SAMUEL FROST, 30 South William street, New York. "IITANTED TO LET? A TWO STORY HOUSE. FOR tv t he summer. It if a new house; tho location is beau t it HI ; it is situated on the hanks of the river, and is well adapted for both health aud comfort, with good water on tho premises. Also, a large vegetable garden attached to tho premise*. Ample conveyance, every day, to and from the city, by the steamboats from the foot of Robinson street. All communications, post paid. For any forth r information, address THOMAS ENGLISH, Perth Atuboy, N J. SPRING NILLIKEItV. MRS. BARTON, lis CANAL STREET, RESPECT fully informs her friends and t ho public, that she has a large assortment of Millinery and Straw Goods of the new est French styles, which *he ha* no doubt will insure her a continuance of their patronage. Mrs. ringgold, no. id* sixth avenue, in forms her oust oraers and the ladies in general, that she will open her Pari- Millinery en the '.'nth March; also a beautiful assortment of French Lace and Straw Bonnet* of ?11 descriptions. MESDAMES SIMMON D k NOEL, MILLINERS AND Dress Makers. 685 Broadway, opposite Niblo's Hotel. Wettikc the present opportunity to return our thanks to the ladies of New York, aud those visiting the city, for their bind patronage since our commencement in the above line, and beg to pay that we have selected frotn the best Parisian bouses the most rec herein- patterns, consisting of Millinery Flowers, Straws. 4c., whiih will be ready for inspection on Tuesday, the 31st Miirih. PREMIUM MILLINERY-MRS. LAZARUS ISAACS, 61 Division street, near Christie street, w ill open her Spring Millinery on Monday, the 2'.?t h instant, where she respei tfully invites the Ladles to call and examine for thoin Bulves. P. S. ? Country Dealers supplied at low prices. LOUIS MAPfUON DONE HOVNi-m UBOOV Strasburg aud Boulogne, eould by a nocturnal snrprise, arrest the essor of republican France, bnt he cannot arrest the es?or of Frent h milliners and dr ssmakers. They turn up their pretty noses at his decrees, and the better to show their c ntempt, they have just sent tot heir friend, A. C II A I l,L Y, Im 'j Bowery, the first selection of ribbons, lace gimps, and trimmings that ever reached this land of the froe. More over. Chailly tnarks and stamps the most revolutionary patterns for dresses and mantillas, and sells faster and faster his materials for braiding and embroidery. The tvrant knows it and frowns, but ? ladies, nminbtr IW^ Bowery, If yon wish te have the newest style of trimmings. DRY UOODS. 1 ACES, LACES.? TIFFANY & CUTTING, 331 BROAD J way, hav mg coniid' ted their arrangementB with some of the largest manufacturers in Brussels and Paris, offin* l:ues and embroideries, will be prepared to exhibit, on Toes day, Msroh ?uth, one of the most complete and varied a-sort tnents ol Kmbroideri' s and Thread Lm e goods ever olferod in this city. Inlanswlllbe found Collars, Capes, llertbes, I liffnres, Scarfs. Sl.awU, Mantilla*, and trimMilug laces in Brussels Point Honit 1 n a id Point d' Alenvon, Clmptire and Mechlin, In embroideries, Collar*, Cape*, Chemisette*, (.l imps, ami llandkcn l o ts. Also, trimmings and inser tions ol all widtlw. These goods will he oOored at suuh prices as nvitensur* :iati-fs. ti n to purchasers. Ct ANTON CRAPP. SHAWLS \ MAGNIFICENT AND > very lliap stock ofthsse good*, (inbroi lere I and plain, recent!* imported from Chin*,!* now on s.le, at the Paris Mantilla EmpOTfuns, GEO. Bl'LPIN, Ml (lato 3-11 ) Broadway. 1 IN ENS ANI) LINEN GOODS? 4 t IRISH LINENS, J Damasks, ti 4, - I, 10 tilt and 12 ? Sheetings. Vipklns. 'i o w ??],,_ Quilts, and lini n i ami r i ? llandkcr- hiels The lar^-it tock In tin city of the above goods may bo found at ZVi llrosdway, the block above the A>tor House. i TRACY. 1RITIN fc CO. N'l W MANTILLAS, SILKS, GRENADINES, CRAPE dc I'aris, In iinn Jlniia Hareges, MontMllne de Laine, iiiperial Satin Plaids, printed Jaconets, Lawn*, Or jandles, linlarils. Canton Crap', and other Shawl* in fiilia**ort Mi nt also, India Shawls below their value These goods, in ' unlit v, style, and price, are sure to meet the approval of I nri ba-crs. TIFFANY & CUTTING, S1-! Broadway, N'OTIt E TO THE LADIES.- THE PARIS MANTILLA Fmporintn. removed frvm.'tAl to .'Uil Broadway, is now ?fen for tht spring <eason, and contains tho largest, richest and ckeapeit itnok ef Mantilla* evor seen in \tneriea. GEO. BULPIN, ;n;t (late 3(1 ) Broadway. AMURKMKNTH. C1 R A N I > SA1 RED CONCERT ? SI7N DA V fc VENfNO. ' March 2". at the National Hall, No* 11 and II ChJ (treat, near Broadway. ? Vocal and luatruiueaUkl. Pro gramme? I'art I. ? I. Overturn, full OriH"?tr*. Moaart. 2. Ave Maria, m,n( ly M'lle Meyer, Schubt ri h; .1 Stahal Mater ( < ujuraniuiatn I, full Or he*tra. R??lm , 4. The Chapel (die Kapclle), ai iik hy Mia* Moore, t'tapek I'art II? 8. Overture ( Kra I'lavilol, full Orchestra, Auh. r ti. Spaniali ( Cypay . eong l<.. M lie Mi ycr. Cnftl th?; 7. Solo Violin, varia tion* ou a popular melody, executed by .VI. Leopold Meyer; X. Riiitative anil Aria lr ni Attain. *on< by Sif Rndnlti, Verdi. I'art III Variation* fur ctri n* i.i?trun>ent*, lluyilu. 10, l).!e>u. o I'a t. r Honn* rut.; hy Mi M"ore, tluy nnuer; II Crand l*..t I'ourri, full Ore'uMtra. .foaapb OMR '? Tickets ceut?. U r* up. u at 7 <?'? lock . to i.tnmenee at Ko'cloik. Al.llKKT. I'ruprietor. j TillES Manager. /V\I(H the Hlt'KI.I.V- SK'.i oi:!l\NS SEHE ' nadir*, Mturi, i. Swain" Itn.-I'.ley. J II. Collin*, | Maetnr K. Iluekley (uimwu a, ul- Dull). K. It Buehlay, J. llurk Buckley . and rMn pany, art un w p r i . r m hi a In Callio r ? nia, and may l.e .?? |- . ?. a in New York al it the ft rat of : Siptoabtr w?t. jame* But k i.k v. C ACTION TO llll rihl.il THE NEW ORlilANS Opera and Ballet Troupe . - I hr r >? i . n travelling compa tiy underthc above title. n"W rl-.rmurj in various pla? <*hv and recent ly in Philadelphia, who are de eivm^ the pablm moat groaaly and iHitraKeuu?ljr, bv a- uiiiinr t ie name* <>f Collin*. Rafner, Klmm, Snaiue, lluckl':y. M? terOle bull, who are prominent member* of the ori inal Now Orleana Screnaderx, (now perform Infc in < 'alifornia ). w it h the e?r?p. tion Ol Mea?rt. Ruiner and K nea**; thi former i- in I'anain.i, and the latter in England. The Buckley* and Mr, Collin* have no ronmx'tion whatever with theae exhibitor*. The Bucklcys' New Orleans Nerenador* are U"W p r.'urinin/, ta California with unprecedented ?ucce n. J\MES MMKLEY. IIOMKSTK AOS. HoME.-MI \lll> NI:aI!I.V A 1,1. TAMA TIIE JR. tiiiK Iti.ililin ? ami Mutual Can Aanooiatiun will bold a I'UBI.IC MKKTINU, AT CHATHAM IIAI.I,. No. A Chatham nquare, on Saturday eveuinc. March 27, at 7 o'clock. Workiui^men and other*, now i your tirna to join, an this aumo iation iu nearly full, and th i bonk* will ehortly clone. Addr?*?ea ?ill he iieliver>'d by aide apeakerx, who will fully eaplaiu the workinRa of tl.irf a-i .eiation. I.a dicH and K^utleuien uru invited to attend. Dntrunoa fee, for the preaent, ouly $J ; monthly dueJ, >3 ; par valu# of (barea, jsni. MORRIS KR AN K I.I N, President, |Oi Broadway. (iKO. II. BKI.I/, Vieis I'rtni'lent . I.V Na -an ?tr?tt. Ai.hert II. Nh oi.av, Secretary. 211 tirand Bt rcet. Tiium Aa l>A * ti i.M'u, Attorney, Ii> Btokiuan atreet, T? tl?TKm. fleorgell. Kranklin, 17.1 Wost (trect. lleorite W. Ril li t, ( *unty I lerk'* olio e, City I.'ull. Silan C. Ilerrinir, 1X7 and l.'i'J Water utreit. Jaine* J ai ki-Nii, .1 r . W Itr .ailwuy. Rot at (i. Millnrd. -'J llarclay atreet, Nclaon I'ii ff, i(IA Huane street. Eliaa Com !>*, .CI (J rami ?treet. >'. U, Ricliai'dnoii. C. J-'u I ton rtn et. Oeorge T. Max?i II, IS City llall. Office of Aiioelation. No. 1M4 Crund ?tr*et ; eprn every evenitifr, from ti to II o'clock, and on Wedncaday fr.iin 3 to & o'clock 1'. M.,f?r ladica. Article* of tin. aaiociation may bo had KratiH, PAMPHLET REV I EH - CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. ? We would advise all who feel interested in the pros rerity of Building Associations, as well as those who nave een deceived by the many unfounded ptini |?let ?? and other repert* that hu\ r I ?*c* t? circulated to injure these institutions, to Attend the public meeting of tho Second Knickerbocker Building Association on Monday evening next, the 20th inst., at Knickerbocker Hall, at7Ja o'clock, on which occa sion this association will meet any argument that can bo brought to hear against these beneficial institution*; and invite the fullest and freest discussion, publicly, at this meeting, as we feci assured that tho more mluutely and tho roughly the operations nre discussed the more beneficial will be t lie result. Workingmeu, mechanics and clerks, attend this meeting, as it is one of great importance to all; and wo would also invite the attention of ladies to thin meeting, a< able speakers will he present. Mr. VV. T. Milliken and others have kindly volunteered. Tho prosperity ot this As soeiation has been uuparulleled, and those who I avc net pro eurcd shares can do ho at tblu meeting, or at the office of tho Secretary, No. 16b Ninth avenue, an the, limited number are fast filling up. JAMES K. DEL V EC II to, Prct. ANNSON WILLIS, Vi?e Pres. Tri'stfi s? John A. (Itinn. A. A. Valentin**, W . II. fJrc nelle, Emiic Baiter, 11. Johusou, John H . Miller, J. W. Og den. E. J. If At dm * Secretary. Tiie city mi ti al loan and accumulating Fund Association having been organised in conformity to the act of the Legislature, pasted April 1", IM61, is now ready for the transaction of business, at the < thee of the Association, No. 411 Broadway, where the articles and plan of the Association can bo had gratis. Any person who is de sirons of making their earnings more thau triple itself in the short space of a few years, or any nerson wlv? is desirous of borrowing money in order to purchase liis own premises, or build his own house on these ad vantageous terms, peculiar to this Association, and w ho w ill tak* the trouble to aqcuaint himself w ith the advantages, both to the borrower and th* lender, by rending the articles and [dan of this Association will at once discover the key to the success of our plans and operations, WILLIAM 11 ALL, President, No. 'J3U Broadway. J. (J. ftA LDW IN, Viee-Pres., No. l,\'l Chatam square. I.awr t.n t Bun u k , Secretary, No. 411 Broadway. (iEORCiK Dkmson, Attorney, No. If Wall street. Ww. V. Allxamirh, Surveyor, No. l!/6 Broadway, TR USThyS. Stephen N. Albro, No. .'ill* Bowery. Her vy Warren, No. 21*3 Broadway. Joseph Stouieuel, No. MM Broadway. Samuel Schoonmaker, No. 5 Chatham square. William II. Albro, No. 263 Bowery. William Fowler, No. 33 Tenth street. John L. \\ eston, No. 608 Broadway. Calvin O. Billings, No. 27 West Twenty third t-roet. Cieorge l'ontot, 343 Broadway. Subscriptions will he received by any of the above offlcorv* Entrance fee, SI; monthly dues. (3; snares, $HKJ. A public meeting of the Lexington Mutual Loan and Aeeumulatiug Fund Association will take place at tho Bull's Head llall, corner of Third avenue and Twenty fourth street, on Monday evening, March 1T.?. at. 8 o'clock. Several eminent speak- rs will address the meeting. Frtm t he present indi' ations it is fair to presume t ha l tue shares will short ly be all taken up. C? ii?? t.? the meeting and secure share*, or < #* I ' at the office, 36s Third avenue, which is open daily from V A. M. to !' P. M. JOHN PETTHJKEW, President. Ju mus A. CAM'i r, Vice President. C10.ME AND JUDr F FOR VOI RSULV I S. -Til G AT 1 tenfion of every person, desirous vf realfung the foil benefit of the mutual ?y??tem, a^ applied to loaning and bor row ing money for the purpose of building, or purchasing real estate, is railed to the public meeting of the Second Oroen wich Building A -hoi latum, to be held on Monday evening, March 20, o'clock, in the Bleecker Building* , Bleecker street, n? ar Morton. The members of this a-tociation com prise many of our lot And moct intelligent ? iti/cna, who have thoroughly examined all the operations ' I this associa tion, and sat i- bed themselves that there i- u - other invest ment equally sale and profitable. The remaining shares of this ass< elation v ill probably all be takeu at tl.H meeting. Person* desirous of b? ? ming member* .should n it fa 1 to at tendon Monday even in/. (J-utlomen thor >ugh!y conversant with the prin' iplec of Building Associations will be present and address the iut?t tine. Every imformation will bj freely given. JOHN KEVSER, President. OEOltUE STARK, Vice Pri3id?at. R. Ross, Jr., Secretary. TRUSTIIS. i horles Crane, James L. Post, 8am ue] Sinclair, John Thoma . Robert Peterson, Jam* W. Karr, David Millik? n, D. C. Weeks, W. E, Smith, Jr. P II (EN IX Br ilium; ASSOCIATION - INCOItPO rated February 26, lNr?2. The Pho nix is in a very prosperous eondith n, and pos sesses all the important and liberal features that are re quired to render it an easy, safe, and profitable institution. The officers chosen by this \<ts<iciatiou are men who are well known to be competent and trustworthy, and entitled to the fullest confidence. Entrance fee, $2. Monthly dues. S3. Share-. %HH). All that is required at | resent to ioin is $2. luterestof C per cent allow* d on dues paid in advarn e. WILSON SMALL. Pre lent, Ludlow strtet. AMOS W ILLLTS, Vi> e Prc.-ident, L7b i'earl street. A. R. llATriti.D, See. ? Office, c haml eri' Hall, No. Chatham street Hudson river bi ilihno and mutual loam Asaoeinti.m will hold a public meeting, at hradhnry ? Music Room, 413 Broadway, corner of Lnpenard street, on Monday evening, March 21', at * o'clock. Addresses will be delivered by able speakers. Come and satisfy youratlf of the advantage* and perfect security "f tfie-e institutions. Reserved seat" for ladles. Entrance fee, at f resent, only $2; shares, $S00; dues, monthly. S. S. WARD, President. Gko. W. Morton, Secretary. Office, 411 Washington street, corner of Lai^ht, w here in - formation and explanation^ will be freely gi\ en. Persons desirous of joining, may subscribe at the ? fli e. Hours, 10t<? 3 daily, and Mondays and Saturdays, ?* to 7 P. M. NOT IC I.? BUILDING ASSOCIATIONS' FIRE IN snrance < nmpany.? All persons wbo hav? taken iliam are hereby not ilied tu call at the ofB< e ol the company, Uar lem Railroad Buildings, oorner of < hatham street and Tryen row, to sign the i Imrter, previous to its being Kent to A Ibany. As nearly all the shares are taken, persons wi lung to hold any stock in this company had letter iall at the ufficc and subscribe immediately. The olfiee will be pen on this day and to morrow (Saturday), from II till 7 o'clock in the evening, for person* to sign the el. art r and subscribe fur the few remaining shares. J. liKl'l'C, President. 8. Jisbi run. Secretary. BUILDI.NO ASSOCIATIONS' FIRE INSURANCE Company.? Capital $ liV>.UUO. divided into I'J.UOO shares, of Slfi ea> h, tuh paid up. with the [ >rivilsge of Increasing the capital stock to Subscriptions f"r the oapital stork of thie company will be received i> the following per lonf. appointed commissioners: ? John Urate, No. 'U I'lutt itreet; Wakeman A letting, No. 60 Fultou street ; John Buiten, No. 16 N"rtii William street ; Solomon Jessorun, No. 8 C'llWon court. Beeliniao street, John I'. Yall-itt, No. H3 Sands itreet, llroekbn; also br all the director*. A prospectus, explaining the great advantages to be derived from the company to mechanics andsmall property holder*, an well Hi to those who wi?h to luvost their money and get the largest amount of profits, can he had of any ef the di rector*, all the secretaries of the different building associa tions, or at the tllite of M. Jessurun, No. 7 Clinton court, Heekman itreet. JOHN BRUCE, President. S. Jrssi HUH, Secretary. THE CHELSEA BUILDING AND MUTUAL LOAN As sociation uill hold their third regular meting at tb? Assembly Rooms, corner Eighth avenue and Iweoty-tifth ?treet. Monday evening. Marsh PJ. at ? o'clock Shares will be redeemed at thin meeting, and the entrance fee will he 15 after thin meeting. Members arc reijueetsd to call at tae office of the Secretary aud get their bocks, and pay tk? March dues, at any time during the day or evening, antil 10 o'clock. H M II 1IOYT. Sec y, No. 230 Ninth avenue. Mutual loan hoise ruKNisui.No andhano forte Association.? All those who are about to furnish a bouse, or lure apartments, and to whom the use of a few hundred or a thousand dollars, at a fair interest, would bo convenient, and those who are anxious to possess a good Pianoforte, and save tin expense of hiring a bad one, and those who want to save up their money and get fair interest upon the smallest mounts ? all such must ire t the plan and prospectus of this U' w Assoc iation, which is Hbo.it being es tablished, aHd cannot fail of becoming the most popular of the day.' Hooks of subscription are now ready. Office No. J Astor Honse, at th- Book store of Adriancc, Sherman h Co. The public Generally are in>itcd to examine the peculiar nature and tenc't* i f this Association, wl o l. are fully ex plained in the plan aud pros) eetns. to he l ad uratis at the above office. A, 11. JOCELVN, Treasurer, CLOTHIie. Removal.- -tiie subscriber respectfully iv. forms his friends and the public that he has removed hi* Tailoring estalli.limeut Irom No. 18 Liberty street, to hit new store, No. Broadway, between Spring aud Prince stmts. ISAAC P. HULL. novs READY MADE CLOTHING, WHOLESALE A N I> Retail, ;w4 Broadway. ? The labscribcrt invite the at tention of t he public to their superior stock ?f l> ys' Heady made Clothing, n a lo up in the most fashionable styls, con sisting of Youths' Frock and Sack Coats, Round Jackstf, l'ants and V esti, ( hildrcu'l plain and embroidered olotb and velvet Suits, Fancy Sacks. Ac., Ac A1 1 splendid assortment of Cloth*, Cassimeres, Mermen. Velvets, Ac., which will le mndc to order in the most appf <.d ?tyles. CAKl'RY A U Loo I>, .>4 Broadway, sast hoc, toeond door above White street. ______ NKW WBUCATIOIH. ^ Do you want Tosirr old books mi em.rav ingsf-- MINI ?ul!. men "f Books selling at any price, u th"y must be disposed of at . nee, in ci nse.|ncuee uf remo val. Also 25.000 prints, -todies, #nc line and lithograpka, scrape, lands- ?<<?"? inel*?tinM, It at 102 Nassau street. ' P 1 JOHN P. NEAOUS.