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$5
fOEMlA
rv^irv "a VERY DESIRABLE MANUFACTURE
,000. tag bn.ine.., ' ??'! ??tabUih.d, and Kj , i
fcrsale; the whole "P"' '^^ mTchin.rr wUl be taken
half the WPJlVoU to .old. Ktuon for selling U.
the time * ? ,af#
?KKltn -??" i" ^'.V.'iVrVt -*? 52SV
$50U. DMI, of ?* Vu person need apply
?ui?akl? for a. l?<iy or ?at " Jj will and fixture*.
,!,? w not willing to buj $J? for M? Rbich win be ,old on
and pnrehase a part of thestoe , ,d .. UmineBi, at
lime, if nHrltjf ? ?ood. Address, p?? v
this office.
. ?iv I IK BUILDING ASSOCIA
A SHARE IN no J*A.?alran?n .tree*. Brooklyn,
tion for ?ale. Apply ?_*r .
? 1? VTX. .a foR SALE? TEN PER CENT
BILLIARD **?~?th,ft,tablishmentintheotty; made
Iom than at "y 8uperior workmanship. with th.
?\l t lnd?a rSbber cushion. N. B.-Two second hand
patent India h ., tj10 tixt>ire? complete.
table* tor ^JjfiFFiTII & DECKER, No. 00 Ann street.
MnKT VILLAOE LOTS, AT FORDHA1I.? ONLY k
B f ?im nuarter aero Lots, euual to four city Lot*, in
7? fr.K* eouveaient, and healthy location, to be had at
? t'^iee* ' If applied for toon. Lithographic nape, and
^.V nl'/r. Jiv ng a f ll descriptloa of the /raperty, tnajr M
Scary', S^Pearf' Htwrt?' o?.^ Bro^t
wiy: yfi C.omb. & jQ^y^KAYSEl', 186 Pearl atreet.
~ ? _ ? , T W a TK ACT OP LAND, COMPRISING
F w* ? Wty ao'rea, in a h igh state of
three mite, of the eity of Sew York^o ^ iuUyldo.l or a.
W&amW
tt? 52ft. Zn. at which time a f?U d^crtptlon ^loca
tion of th. property will b. glT.m.
poV^lLE -THE .rREt^rNL^?^ft?rT.?for' safe'uS
thT^m Turtoni. locate J at th. eornw locate/ ,?a
Readu ttreet. This is u?? , city. Thos. wishing to
most flourishing reitauran ti J make a profitable
avail themselves of a Rood .T xlrmi of sale will be made
KommJd'.ti tho pulrchaaer.' Apply to the proprietor, on
the rreroltea.
*<0 R I SALE-OR EXCIImANGE F^ORCITY
J theSouthV Long
' i?0'tid with Jhi/Fam^lCmuSlcaTi U by Railroad. lu
o. 1 Nassau .tr..t, roomj.^
F?R 8>^rKeLfaArSfoomTwitKh
iL/eV?
run from the let of thU mfl?tli.l 0 " for .elling iAhe
SS'a'th'of the 1 3"rrd ' N'ar al Uot.l, No. 1 Nary street,
alone to tb. Navy Yard. Braoklyn.
C.IP T1IF FURNITURE OF THE FRANKLIN
t^ Uofwl' Philadelphia, situated on CheitMt itreet.^be
tw fen Tlnrd and Fourth Rtrcets, corner o entirely
-now in ?uoc e.tf nl operation. Th. hoUB. naat ^ ^
rofurniehed witlj? the part two y suitable person,
pacsed by any hotel in WuTbe^'old at a price that wili
withthe proper u J l,'' on the home will be given,
make it an indueemcnt. A le location for bu
ll iH the only cornet ? hotel in ths^iity phUad#,ph|,.
^h'b dininK r?uro, an5J.? JJ, ??!-,, ? ?ti?U>?did luir-room
tTored with Italian *?.. J?l?. rc
aii?l liarber (hop.) and . u un i,0.f,o ia neatly papared,
ceptlon room in the '"""'[y' t?.c modern imnrovemonts,
and painted throunhont, . ,r(iinarieg; verv complete
i??h ? patent Ht??nie?, for both ,rd,narKi "ipeTlor hot
eeoking ranges, patent annu ? 100 bed chamber*,
1" '?>"?
ticulari, inquir. personally, or by ^"^'jjjEBRBNER.
6.1'i North Third'atrcet, PhiladiJphia^
p,,!. SALE-IHJSTOCIC *?D MA
building, and i? retirinr to th. conn i y litua
tunity that eo dom offer'. The ?tore i? a |itnat#d ln a
ti?n f?r groceries, a* will a? JW woulll bo Miven for fiv.
idonscl.v populated di?trlct. A , address A. Samp
r'n '^tlii^offlcc. TUa aiaoun' of r *rcbaf? between $2,000
J fii,W0.
V O R S A L E-THE LEASE GOOD WRL^STOCK,
r Fixtures, and 1 .". '^ Llhertv streets. For further
the comer of Oreenwi. 1 an I Li ibcri t> f>t ;lind3ay.
particulars, inniurc on the preminep. ei
| itreet, near Hammond etreet.
F/m> - a T r rutrF ^2S0 THE STOCK AND FIXTURES,
OR p ALF a K ?!rr'? !>r the Grocery and Liquor Storp>
m 'Vveoue'Yl lo tw'een Thirt, ttj KourUenth
liTtrceVs. Vent $0 perinuiith. Apply "? the premises. _
stiF? THE l'RFSENT PROPRIETOR BEING
Bliout to eif-i-e in other business, offers for sale the
|??V?.>V^-.,n:d-. 1 Will '[ a well known pnblic hon.e,
|,it..: tu! iu the Second war-L M N.is,;l? Hr.et._
iTifl |7 S at'eTa- well"V.sta p.i.1 - nr.B A s n Piiori
F' h^B?'?. ^t'bl. f.r .Pjrj.n
fcpleasant, < . !oot Av worth d.nbl.
Ideiieo, ??Lawrepee," Herald Qfficc.
K{W Vf"sT-Tr"i:wI.nY "iu*?
ersun ill tmU t?j? ?4n < 1 1 . 1 ,f y ,r f,,rwh'r particu
Fur particulars, j|; ? N' j ^ i ? ^ N N F. TT , .VI West street^
?noK sAU^rai Samm S'UMSiSL" ti
II' ,r, ,, vIMla .1- ""'I -
JtttidiMi lfttie nud a owth t , st ?ro. the lirp^r \ .<rt
tail sUp grocery. V wit toady boarder- at
fiiveltor b. ard and 1' l.tiu.. w in I ? week, and
^rr';,orV"'tKv 'Ue?rs. N on",! eed apply with.
stabli-hed I 1 t|. la . . ^ mnney m.lv remain on
F,?taeapUal of $.?,?*? . . ? I ? fn|(aMd fnr California num..
O, H.nad olftc, withr^IaMW.
iiTfi'F TO COOPERS.? FOR SALE CHEAP, THE
OTI? F. TI) t-lii'i ??? . with n m0,l?rate rent,
WJE^TOO^I.S OF A NEWLY A BLISHED JEWEL
rri c? Th 'pnre'ha*er tU# SU?P
' Jr parti. ul.Irs a) ply at 1U tt ard s?re?t. Newark.
v.nivrv:tNVA-.
Apply t" A. M. Davids n, book store, No. W Canal
Lf ALt ABL* BJTWALO BaffalSf" ,
.t.ixj'sai'S^S'i'S/S
ev. and Seventh ?;tr?,*'tr?. A|>j?y Wall t V.Y.
MALL A BY k LVr.L. Room No. 20, 2, Wall St..
FINANCIAL.
k* i - (<S IRKLAN 1>, &<\-TIIE si BSC lit l?r. il.S
raw fixlit draft* on various l.anks and {.tinker* in
?ii;-!:itid, Ireland, and Scotland, in num.* to suit.
WiLlJAMS fc tilJIOX, No. 10 Fulton street,
le aorured l>y tiio old Ilia k Star lino of Li
? r; .1 | ,i. kcta, (aiiin,- l?t, tillt, 11th, liit h, iilst, ud Sfthftf
in. >ii tli.
DOTOU W AN T V.n\KV? fROM $60 TO $80M0. GIVE
to the undersigned liotice j?welry, iliainona*. wntchoii,
ild nr allver ware, or any other j. ?ods of an lar^r space, on
nealgnnmct hud you will receive the li i>r he.? t amount at ae
nmmodntinj; conditions. For any other kind of advances
Miii'h mji\ lie lU'fic. 4 <' n ? > ? ? < I >>-i'Kri,ii", write or apply to
llie Aniiriian OnH^n: . 1. 1 otlin', I" )!? ckmau etroctj up
|t ir- . Ri on N
N"V<< II \N(,F. I M F, IWRTNF.R-llir.? A tlF.Sll.i:
LJ man having j, ; U . ( >(>< ) at lii? command, wwlio, to enter
Broker, tec.. already
li. 11., box No. 164
..partnership with nu Exehnn
i tal.Ilslicd In Wall itreet. Addreat
i rat J'ost Office. ?
JttllTNER ATA N TED, WITH $3, (MX), To ENGAGE IN
the n.anntact ore of an artlcl" in ateady (lima id, w tal' li.
n Htw'ly invented prucc s, ?a? I produced at an almost
omiual eoit. Addroa X. V. Cm thia office.
r M I T |- A N C E S? I'AS: A ? ; I. - ? DRAFTS FROM ?1
id nj'w n rd:i. p;i ya'ile at eltbt, in any liurn throughout
? Inn i, I i ,!:?! '1. t _ :i : 'I H ale*, are i**U' 1 liy
|OWM \N. Git. NN El. I. <C < <>., -.1 f ..nth atr.-t, goto
Ittl in tnil city f. r the twallow Till lines of Liverpool
id London packet ablpi.
?OLDTER9* CLAIMS COLLECTED, AND LAND WAR
raut. bought aud sold, It
l\ T. niTTS.a; Wall Itreet.
1*0 8PECVLAT01
4 lul.er of '
' V, P| . rk, OW I tl jX
ids Mimelf uua
(i#er f<.rr?<w m- n< jr
Iirtncr. Adtir
?A VOTNG MAN, HAVING A
** In the Untitling A?*oci?tioii in
baUnx hi* m < ney invented otherwise,
to i > a v 1 1 1 o due , i\o?:ld liko t>
ihem, or have* Mime one become a
T. II. li., Herald office.
S300, 000.
I- 1? Sin; Id. II, A lit. ;i hi.
M 1h nt ot?? in fttvtral of the ?
, t le I -i ? t ?'ountr.N < 'Hi { :i- i *
|fct ttitfe ; t??, ft u d - Hull}
INSVRANrE OFFICE. "?
* t r e . t . mm* the Sun office.
< trtee i authorized t<? receive
[ty compani*#, and aUo ???ui"
, * Any ij?i'iic*tion8 promiftly
iiV l! MIELDON, Acront.
^24,000 TV,
#2,000
OA N, AT SIX riU < FAT 1VTK
, In Pumi varmin t Cr ?m $2,600 to
lfl,000 on tir^t claB<i iuirr*>veil real estate in tMi city, Ap
' i D. W. C. lfiJltltlg U BKOTUIlU, Sot. and '25 Wall
Ircot, eorner of Bread itreet.
TO? I . Of K>. ? A PA K T N V. K W A N'T ID. ?A
fnmer' i \\ firm itfivin* :? n\nniffn"t|Ty in
* v i*h a fctt?re on Br a?Uvny, di -ir'?u-? t - in*
n | ? 1 1 ft 1 , m i'l admit a nartner with Ss1i,'H)0to
!?? Hiannf?t ??.ry Is proving very profitable, and
if! both agreeable an I r? -ppaetal>l6? AUcom
1 t e Btri? tly c ontiilential. Ad
at
5,000
.000.
O li I M M.rt FOR SIIOR* IT
mi Ttryllu from tl-.e dollar- and
feint . wnti ie . diatin.iid,, piato
. ii ill ii ud i rsonal i rop. r: y
t.nir t< r'ti i and stri tl v < onH I n
ni-r of Fulton .tree!, r .om No.?,
\LK< < >.M .V Ma rilR? ,s.
'.!> M
FAIR
CAI.U OR9IIA TICKKTg.
In. SOLD A 'III l.tlt. II Filler I A IIIN TIKKRT
^eilnr.'l | ri. o, to San Fran 'I -i Jr., in tho 'lipp.r .hip
t ? For furl I,, r nartii aUn. liquet Ntf. ju Ma it
r "*ft t, corucr of J? K-ou atreet.
CORPORATION WOVICK8.
CROTON AOUBDUCT DEPARTMENT.? TO CONTRA C
ten. ? Sealed proposal!. endorsed " Pro pom I for build
ing a Ht? >n Lewi* atrcat," will b? received at the office of
the Croton Aqueduct Department (Rotunda, Park) nntil
Monday, tho .Hl?t da; of May, 1842, at S o'clock P. M., to
buMd a wwtr. with the necessary receiving baaim and cul
vert ?. in L?n is street. between Broome and Grand itreeta,
being in length about 2-4 feet. The plan of th? sewer, and
specifications for the Miilding of the aama, and all other in
formation relating thereto can be obtained on application
to the Contract Clerk, at thit office. New York, Hay 20, 1H52.
NICHOLAS DEAN,
President ef the Croton Aqueduct Department.
CHOTON AQUEDUCT DEPARTMENT ?TO CONTRAC
tors.? Sealed proposals, endorsed " Proposal for sewer
iu Perry atreet." will he received at the office of the Croton
Aquednrt Department nntil Monday, the 31atdayof May,
IH52 at ,'io'clock P. M , to baild a sewer, with the neoessary
receiving basin* ami culverts, in Perry street, from the
Bulkhead to Greenwich avenue, being in length about 2 620
feet The plan of the sewer, and specifications for the build
ing of the same, and all other information relating thereto,
can be obtained on application to the Contract Clerk, at
this office. New Vork, May (10. 1RW.
NICHOLAS DEAN,
President of the Creton Aqueduct D?pnrtment._
CORPORATION NOTICE.? PUBLIC NOTICE IS
hereby given to tho owner or owners, occupant or oc
cupant! of all honsei and loti, improved or unimproved
lands, affected thereby; that the following assessmouts have
been completed by the Asaeasori, and are lodged in the ut
of the Bureau of Assessments for examination, by all
fersonsintercsted, vii:? For paving Thirty- Srst street, bo
ween Fourth avenue and Broadway. The limits euihraoed
by lueh assessment, include all the several houses and lot*
oi ground, vacant lots, pieces and paroels of land, situated
on loth nides of Thirty-first street, between Fourth aromie
and Broadway, on the easterly side of Broadway, half wav
to Thirtieth street, on both sides of Madison avenuo, halr
#af southerly to Thirtieth, and half-way northerly to Thir
ty-second street, and on the westerly side ot Fourth avenue,
half-way southerly to Thirtieth, and half-way northerly te
Thirty-second street. All persons, whose interest! are af
fected by the above named assessments, and who are oppos
ed to the same, er eiUier of them, are requested to present
their objections in writing, to the nnderngned, at their of
fice, No. 4 Hail of Record!, within thirty day! from the
dftt? of trMf mo tic e.
SAMUEL H. DE MOTT, )
FRANCIS NICHOLSON. > Assessors.
ISAAC WM. SMITH, )
Office, Bureau of Asieumenta, Street Department, May
13, 1883. y
CORPORATION NOTICE.? PUBLIC NOTICE IS
hereby given, to the owner or owners, occupant or oc
cupants, of all houses and lots, improved or unimprovid
lands, affeetod thereby, that the following Assessments have
been completed by the Assessors, and arc lodgod iujtlm office
of the Bureau of Assessments for examination by all per
sons interested, vis:? For building a Sewer in Grand street,
from the sewer in Crosby street to a point in the intersec
tion of Blm street. The limits embraced by bueh assess
ment. include all the several bouses and lots of ground,
vacant lots, pleses and parcels of laud, situated on .ooth
lides of Grand street, between Crosby and Blm atrcet?, and
on both sides of Blm street, between Graud and ltroome
streets. All persons whose interests are affected by the
above named Assessments, and who are opposed to the
ssme, or either of them, are requested to present their ob
jections. in writing. to the nndertigned, at their office, No. 4
Hall of Records, within thirty davs from the date ?f this
ndtioc. SAMUEL II. I>E MOTT, FRANCIS NICHOLSON,
ISAAC Wm, SMITH, Aseessors. Ollidt Bureau of Assess
ments, Street Department, May 18th, 1862. i,
COBPORATION NOTICE.? PUBLIC NOTICE IS
hereby given to the owner or owners, occupant or occu
pant! of Jill houses and lots, improved or unimprovod
lands, affected thereby, that the following assessments
have been completed by the Assessors, and are lodged in
the office of the Bureau of Assessments, fur examination
by all persons Interested, viz :? For building a sewer in
Second atenue, from tho sewer in Twenty-eighth street to
within 30 feet of Twenty-seventh street. The limits em
hMced by ffuch assessment, inelude all the several houses
Twenty-seventh and Twenty-eighth streets. A11 persons,
whose interests Are affected by the above named assess
ments, and who are opposed to the same, or either of tliem,
are requested to present their objections, in writing, to the
undersigned, at their officc, No. 4 Hall of Records, within
thirty nays from the date of this notice.
SAMUEL II. DE MOTT, 1
FRANCIS NICHOLSON, } Assessors.
ISAAC WM. SMITH, Y
^office, Bureau of Assessment!, Street Department, May 20,
CORPORATION NOTICE.? PUBLIC NOTICE IS
hereby given to the owner or owners, occupant or occu
pants of all nouses and lots, improved or unimproved lands,
alleged thereby, that tho following assessments have been
completed by tho Assessors, and are lodged in the offico of
the Bureau of Assessments, for examination by all persons
interested, vit :? For regulating and grading Forty-sixth
street, between Fifth and Seventh avenuca. The limits
embraced by such assessment, include all the several honsei
and lots of ground, vacant lots, pieccs and parcels of land,
situated on both sides of Forty-?ixHi street, between Fifth
and Seventh avenues. All persons, whose interests arc nf
fected by the above named assessments, and who are op
posed to tho same, or either of tliem, arc requested to pre
sent their objections, in writing, to the undersigned, at tlieir
office, No. 4 llall of Records, within thirty dayi l'rotu the
date of this notice.
SAMUEL n. DE MOTT, )
FRANCIS NICHOLSON, > Assessors.
ISAAC WM. SMITH. )
Office, Bureau of Assessments, Street Department, May
20, 1852.
TkEPARTMENT OF REPAIRS AND SUPPLIES, MAY
\.t 17, 1M2. ? To BuiliJors. ? Sealod proposals will lie re
ceived at tho office of the Commissioner of Repairs uiJ Sup
plies, basement No. 1 New City Hall, until Friday, May 2S,
ct 12 o'clock. M? at which time tlicy will bo publicly opened,
for tlio ereitiuu of a building on Wlllott street, near Riving
ton street, for tlio Corpori.iOU of New York fo| tho uie of
llose Company No. 2V-Bui!']Jrs wiliesthuate for the maann
arid rarpcntrr work separately. The plan and specification
of tlie building required, aud iill Information in regard there
to, can bo hail at the office of the Superintendent of Repair!
to I'ublie Building', No. 19 KliinbetU street. Blank esti
mates will he furnished at either office, N.B. ? Tho Commii
sioner reserves the ri^ht to reject all or any of the esti
mate*. if deemed for the interest of tho Corporation.
M M. ADAMS, Commissioner of Button^ Supplies.
Department of repairs and supplies, may
17, ltti. ? To Builders. ? Sealed proposals will bo re
oeived at the office of the Commissioner of Repairs and Sup
p!ie?, basement No. 1 Now City nail, until Friday, May 2S,
at 12 o'clock, M.. at which time they will be publicly opened,
for alt' rintr and enlarging the building on Ainu* street. occu
pied t.y Engine Company No. 2y and Hoso Company No. 11.
llulldrm will cstimuto fir tho mnson and carpenter work
separately. T). <? plan and specification of the work required
to bo done, and nil information in riyard thereto, can he
hni! at the office of the Superintendent of Repair.) to Public
Building*. No. 19 Elizabeth street. Blank estimate* will lie
furnished at either office. N.B. ? The Commissioner reserves
the rip lit to reject all or any of tbe estimates, if deemed for
the interest of tho Corporation
(I'M. A It A MS, Commissioner Of Repair* and Supplies.
(10AL.? SUPPLIES OF COAL FOR THE ALMSHOUSE
J Department.? Proposals, sealed and endorsed as above,
will be received l.y the Governors of the Almshouse, at their
office Rotunda, l'ark, until 2 o'clock, 1'. M.,oI the .'Hat
instant, for (applying the following quantities of Anthra
cite Coal of the Lent quality, free from chesuut ami pea size,
anil all other Impurities: e*eh ton to consist of 3,240 pounds:
3, 000 tons broken Coal. .'i.OOO tons stove Coal? to beilellver
ed at Bellcvue. foot of Twenty-sixth street. East river, Biaok
w ell's and Randall's Island, ami at such wnarves in this city
as may be designated for that purpose, at such times and in
such quantities as may le required, on or before the tirst
day or October next, free of all expense, and t* be subject
t>> the inspeetiun of a competent person appointed by the
Governors for tkat purpose, whose decision in respect to
quality shall be tin's!. Proposals to state fully the descrip
tion of Coal, of white and red ash. to be furnished, and to
be accompanied with the names of two responsible persons,
with their asseut in writinjfas security t or the faithful per
formance of the contract. Ten percent will be retained
from the bill of each cargo until the whole is satisfactorily
delivered. Payments will ho made w eekly, on presentation
of bills properly certified by the inspector. Any informa
tion that may be required will be civ en on applioatiou at
this office. R. 8. WILLIAMS, >
I.TOWNSEND, > Committee.
S. nALSTED, S
Office of tbe Governors of the Almshouse, Now York, May
12. 1-52.
STREET DEPARTMENT. NO. 4.? HALL OF RECORDS.
I'olilic notico Is hereby given, that the following peti
tions have been presented to tho Board of Aldermen:?
To (trade, set onrb and putter, and Bun sidewalk, north tide
of Twenty-seventh street, from the cast side Third avenue
to the east line ?f thu publio school property. To regulate
and pave Seventeenth street, from avenue A to the East
river. To ilnjr a spxce four feet wide through sidewalks of
Thirty-eighth street, between Fourth, and Seventh aveuues,
where not already flagged. Also, the following -evolutions: ?
To pnve Thirtieth street, from Eighth to Tenth avenue*.
To pave Cherry street, from Coriears street to Fast street.
All persons interested, having objection* thereto, aro re
quested to present them, in writing, to the undersigned, at
bis office, en or before the 17 th day of May inst.
May 6. ls/12. JOHN T. J30DCE, Street Commissioner.
STREET DEPARTMENT, NO. 4 HALL OF RECORDS.
? Public notice i* hereby given that the following rcso
li.tion'- have been presented in the Board of Aldermen: ?
To regulate and rruradc Wall street, from the intersection
oi \\ utor and Si mtn streets to too new grade; to fence v?
i it u t lots on the block bounded by Twenty-ninth and Thir
tieth itreets, and Fifth avenue and Bowery: to lav cross
walk* in Delatcr. F.ldridge, Forsvth. Norfolk. Lmllow,
i.rand, Estex. Division, Ailcft, an I Cnrystie streets, and
Bowery. All persons interested having objections thereto
are requested to presfnt them, in writing, to the under
signed. at hi< offii e. on i r before tho ?9th day of May instant.
Mav 1!', lWi2. JOHN T. DODGE, Street Commissioner.
MUSIC AIi.
M
CSK AL.-PfANOS FOR 9 A LI < HEAP.? A SPLEX
dld 6}, octave. new rosewood Plsno. best cltv make, for
- 1 o at n > nr. ain. Fhcscc.md hand Piano? . t'rnm $<ii to
fci.j. T oi. in. and r pairing. 1IF.SRY BF.NARY,
8M Bowery, second flour.
riMI! RKillT ONI \1 LAST. ? 0. JACOBS. H9 HESTER
.1 street, would re?pei t fully inform his frier, is, and tho
pit' lie in genera!, that k-- i* n w prepared to mannfacterc a
superior article "I Banjo , (hiitirrs, Tamhorines, fct. Ili?
1<| I ? experience in the kiisiti' ss enabli > him to manufacture
ami sell a 1 otter article, n t a loss prti e, tliaa can be iMdizlit of
no* other lion o in the city. Particular attention Batd to
the repairing and tuning of uti k : ml ? ef musical Instruments.
V B.? liernMMi accordeons repaired. given on the
banjo.
PIANO! OI, I a CHEAP, FOR CASH? A SPLENDID
toni n vi ti ootav< vond Ootliie'Cssed Pianoforte,
I ssessiM a line t< ne ami delieato torn h : will be fully war
ranted li i' tw o years, and tuned one year -ratis. Apply at
tl.c Manufactory and H'arwi mt, I li werv.
M In ?\ A LI ' it I! OTHERS.
Nl.U" AM) SECOND IIAND PIANOFORTES.? WE
have now en land a lar.tc assortment of new and
sei end ) >n<! pianos, for sale and to hire. Pianos fr nn $S0 to
$f<00. For lilt c, Irotu f.'l t? $ln per inontb. No. 3(19 Broad,
v ?y. SAFFOUD & BROTHER.
TRAVBLIiKIW Mitiv .
ty)T! A LB AN V, CHANCE OF HOURS.? THE CARS
ef the New York and Ilurlenl "Railroad, lene the City
Hall Station. New \ ? t ! : . daily (Sundays oveopted). at 7J<
A. M. c one tin with the Moslem Railroad, at Chatham;
aiid'.'i P.M., (eifilw), UM|I without change of oars.
(tAMIiEN AND AM HOY RAILROAD, FOR PHIL4
y delphla, fr "in pier No. I. North river, foot of Battery
place, by steamboat JtihV POliKR. Two linos daily
h rtiirg lino 1 ve at 7 V iMtcraoon express lire at 2
P. M., tliron. i to Philadolphia in four and a half hours.
1 . r -In t i ? t r-. j ' , - ? d ?la?\ (by I r. M , line
?i. K, I irt.li . leave Philadel pbin fr .m foot of
'. M. F.Tuigri
P'-l No. U
migrant line, by
fi P. it
N
lure |J CO,
] t iv i <ii;K a n ft" r hTi \ dhlpTii a di r"bct ,-tt. 9.
and Express Lines, through In 4% hunts. N. J.
Railroad, Ma.Icrsvy I ,1 v, ,. ? i. .? iv 1 r k at B A. M., foi t
01 1 rtla it ir. i |i i n. ,niu 1 ; P. M.. t v iti '.
I ove Phili i Iphj/i hours, fr< i ? foot of I* alntit street.
It reduced to Mfnr nr-. class a-d 2 .".0 s r ? mod i
14
V. M.
r.x< rnsioKri.
|7V\ i I HSJ(iNS TO Till I ISJIINft BANKS? ETERY
I J day i it ?atnrd?>s. Fare I2>?' ents each wav.?
1 he en ileani- r 111 I FA I <?, Capt. Hancox,wllI leavo Harn
lii. nd street nt/1. oelock: Spring, 71',: Orand, E.
C'ltharine. hla; pier NO. S, N B.. 9 A. M returning by ?
P. M. Retri slimi ntg, tishing tackle, Ac., provided. 9?*
1 arsaro caught in great S&undanoo.
FOR LIYBlllJOOL ? UN 1TED STATES MAIL STRAM
ekip ATLANTIC. Cart. Jamee Wea?.? Thlc ?tean??hip
will depart with the Halted Statu mailt for Europe, pi?f
tlvely en Saturday, Z'th May, >1 12 o'clock M, from her
berth at the foot ef Canal etreet. No berth ceonred tiH
paid for. For freight or paiiage. having unequalled aceon
modatioai for elegance and comfort, apply to
ED WD. K. COLLINS St, CO., .Vi WaH atreet.
Tti? ?idamihip Arctic will ancceed the Atlantic, and aail
June 12.
T1IE NSW YOBK AND LIVERPOOL UN 1TKD STATES
Mail Steamer*.? The aliipa composing thia line are the
following: ? ATLANTIC, Captain Weal.
PACIFIC, Captain Nye.
ARCTIC, Captain Luce.
BALTIC, Captain Comatoek.
ADRIATIC, Captain Grafton
There ahlp* having been built by contract ex preaaly for
government aervlce, every flare hax been taken in their eon
?truetien? aa In their engine* ? to enaure etrength andapeed,
and their accommodation* for pa^nengera are unequalled for
eieganoe and comfort.
Price of t.aiaaj<e from New York to Liverpool, in flrnt
eal in. $120; in accond cabin, $70. Exclusive uac uf extra
lite atate rooma, f.'UKI.
From Liverpool to New York, CIO and jCIO.
An experienced aur,'con attached to each chip.
No berth aeeured until paid for.
ruoposti) dates or e*ii,i!?n.
From New York. Kr? in Liverpool.
Saturday, May 2!> 1N5J Wedneiday, May 1!> 1*82
pu Jnnel2 " Do June 2 "
Do June2t> " l>o Juno 1ft "
Do July 10 " D? J une. '10 ??
Do July24 " Do July 14 "
l>o Aug. 7 " I>o July 28..,.
Do Aug. 21 " J >o Aug. 11 "
Do Sept. 4 ?' 1)0 Aug 26..;.."
Do Sunt. 18. " Do Sep. H "
Do Oct. 2 " Do Sep. 22 "
Do Oct. Irt ? Do Oct. 6 "
Do Oct. 30 '? Do Oat. 20 "
Do No*. 13 " Do Not. 3 ?*
So Nov. 27 " Do Nov. 17 "
Do Dec. II - Do Doc. 1 "
De Deo. 2ft " De Deo. lft
Do Dcc. 29 "
For freight or paaaSe, apply te
EDWARD K. COLI.fNS St CO., 56 Wall it., New York.
BROWN, SHIPLEY fc CO., Liverpool.
S. O. ROBERTS Si CO., 13 King'* Arm a Yard, London.
JOUN MONROE & CO., 26 Rue Notre Dame do Vic
toirea, Parii; or
GEO. U. SRAl'ER, Havre.
Theowaera of tlieae aliipa will not be accountable for gold,
silver, bullion, specie, jewelry, protiiooa atones, or metala,
unleas bills ofladini; areelgneJtherofor, and the valuethere
?f therein expresaed.
PACKETS FOR IIAVRK? SECOND LINE.?1 TUB FOL
iowing ships will lave Havre on the ltith, anil New York
on the lft of oach month:?
From N. York, from Havre.
Ship ST. DENIS, ) Jan. 1 Feb. 16
l.OOO tons burthen, > May 1 June 10
Aloniu FoJlansbee. matter, i Sept. 1 Oct. 1*1
Ship ST. N I COLAS, ) Feb. 1 Mar eh lti
1,000 tons burthen, > June 1 July Hi
John Bragdon. master. ) Oct. 1 Nov. lii
New ship MERCITRT, J March I April ?
1,400 tone burthen, > July 1 Aug. It!
R. D. Conu, master. J Nov. 1 Dec. Hi
Ship WILLIAM IELL, ) April 1 May Hi
(new), 1.1S>0 tone burthen, > Auk. 1 Sept. Hi
Jrfhn Willard, matter. ) Dee. 1 Jan. Hi
They are all first elate New York built thipt, providod with
all requisite article* for the comfort and convenience of pas
sengers, and commanded by mm of experience kn the trade.
The price of pannage it $100, without wines or liqnors. Goods
tent to the subtcriben will be forwarded free from any
charges but tboie actually incurred.
BOYD St HINCKEN, Agenti, Ml Pearl street.
REDUCTION IN FARES BETWEEN PHILADELPHIA
and Liverpool. ? The Liverpool and Philadelphia Steam
ahip Company intend sailing their new Steamships at fol
lows: ?
FROM PHILADEI.DlllA.
City of Manchester Thursday, June 3
City of Olatgow Thursday, July 1
City of Manchester ? . .Thursday, July 25)
riOM livkkpooi.T
City of Manchester Wednesday, May ft
City of Glasgow Wednesday, Juno 2
City of Manchetter Wodnctday, June 30
Kate* of passage from Philadelphia:? Saloon in single
ttate room*, $W0; in double state rooms, $?>.'>; in forward
state rooms, $65? including provisions and steward's feet.
For freight or passage, apply to
THOMAS RICHARDSON, 41 Exchange place, N.Y.;
or No. 0 Walnut street, Philadelphia.
Tn* ROYAL MAIL STEAMER MFRLIN, CAPTAIN
Cope will tail for Bermuda and St. Thomas on T"""',1*''
8tb of June, at uoon. Sho bai excellent aeeninmodati'iiiii
for natscnx'rs. l'ricc of passage to Bermuda, $.$5, to ..t.
Thomas. $70 There is a regular mail communication be
tween St. Thomas and the West ladia ''Vi1! ,*V- i.?'
V?ra Crui Yenctueln. flte. The Merlin will take freight,
Ainlvto CUNARD. No. 4 Bowling Green.
No letters or mails will he received on bourd the Merlin,
cxeept through the Post Office.
THROUOHTO SAN FRANCISCO.? AT REDUCED
m(i.i -Ne? York and San FrancWuo Stcamthip
now steamihin UNITED STATES, Charle.
Cm BTrTy? Com m aade r , w U I Uk. ho, departure .for
Aspinwan^Navy^^Bay, pon ^ Wn nes^ ay.^ new " double
^om New^Yor^^Ind^min* diVtelVthereafter proceeds
These 'vesselt^ln* .Soifflnd t'a^ari'no^ turj
Ms'ed hy Sny on this route: and an experienced X'rgeon U
attached to each vessel. The United States has made I the
voyag? t?t*een ^ew York^nd Chagres in
*? Genera' Agents. & Heaver street;
JUNES & JOHNSON.
KM "Test street, corner of Liberty street
ractengcrt by the United States will disembark along
side the wharf at Aspinwall, and tnV? the Pw"?' ')*' ?'J;
now opened nearly to Uorgona.thu* a?oi.lmr. V ?i,? ,,vtf
tendant upon landing in boatt at Cli3*tet, aud '.he river
llYi^KtiUD to
l?OR SAN F R A N C l'SC O ? T I ' I". I > A Y , .1 1 M I ; - ! ?
t splendid new double engine steamship <,H\ t'J
1'ITTSISU RG. 8.4W tors burthen, H m. * ? Stotj-eKurv,
SflSSSKffiSSEfifS^.s
trlM make the pa^sigo to San Francisco in a- short a trine as
It has btoii by any ptcamer, thin ofkrintf to familial
and to those who deifre their comfort, a muoti pleasauter
^nvovance than by the crowded steamers via Cha irrs. a.
only a limited numlerof rassengera will be taken. Apph to
TlluMAS RICHARDSON, No. 41 Exchange p?ace, Nc,w
Y. rk, and No. ? Wa'nnv stru t, Philadelphia.
T T V IT M > STATES M A I LSTKAM^II I P < < >M P AN V, < < > N
U .Icti.K with the Pacific Mail StcamO.ip Camp^ny.
Onlv tl roti' Vi line for California and Oregon, via AtplnwaH,
N a \ v 1 j a> G rca t reduction for ?eera, rs -Tl
splendid Wit. d States mail . e?; V Vl '- despatched
2,1X10 tens. Iienry Windle. ,?r A-pliiwall,
also be dispatched ( tr*11 *,l"rr'nK ,, tvednc- luv.
to the steamer IbiUdelphia. for AspH ... ?' ?trcct. N. It.
k A? i?'io
Standees!'? t"' W $:?? ' ^nTnsit""!1^ thoUth
the railroad wharf at Aspinwall, Ire? ?? V"! Ml|iI steamship
ro^tpenTng'ire'rJynlar Calif, rina ami _ ijregnn
in.mvdiiitely on arrijaJ s?* J *?*" ''t'eamerifrotn N? w
f- from V.?-a^Jta.
Street, cora<rof Wwrrtn. New V ork. ?
V* vnrmui T IINR Ft)Ii SAN FUANClSi O. illl.
sh.frUM aid cheapest route. Through tickcts. without
uV ng'Vn^V^ii^V't''^ f rVl-o' "rr'Vi !'^ "th^y^i'ia^n'g
! i ( i k ?AVANNA11.-1NITEI? 8TAT?3 *AttlTN?.
S.dl?.'w! "Vptft'ln!1 vTKvc ona|at nrday. May 2Wh at 4
o'clock, P. M.. ' rr|',!^f",r V( ijrii'lLI,! NolW Front street.
fare', these ships have no superiors >>n the ocean. _
ec mmsndcr, will leave |^' ,_^j,?ipipfv^ r, V* f r"i _'h t apply on
^t^iie^ouVt?iig'rooin"'of 'sf'OFVoRD?^'!''^^?^'''' Co*.!
48 South i trcet.
! FOR *AN FRANCISCO DIRErr-^M >;k? and
i ma?.d?r! Will' r'.Tl V-r Ue |ort '?? th-- ^ f th\J
i BROTH IRS. 1C." and lis South str-ot. ewjjir^
?i. i ? 1 1 1 1 c r fi rrn ii *on ?' n t ? r* 1 1 ? H j ,
i fOSi vlIM , l" > vidi <1 :.n fi /" sopplj of beet provltloU*.
For remaluhij bcrO.s Barron str. ct.
i M II I 1 11 s 11 IP VI ' I " ' 1 R I v s ' ' v l',s''?
CL-Wn^ni!l l,: '/V, at Pier 10 E I! - Farti^ ^h^.g
I ?.arcn en,?, w iH ^uinK. sime Hiht fn i-ht ean he
r\ rnA ?l h or l."aVe ha *n? splendid sec, .niri...lnti ns
? for eight or. ly , ?'ppl> to BooTH k K DG A R.M Front street.
t\ ? ts ? IE TO (A I.I FORM A. AT REDI t 'PD RATES,
i P'VanVe <Tr 4 Ml heantifal clipper shipV .Ion, load
j ||| tt toot 9i WlU ttl i f s ^/kFOH1> 02 Wfttl sifM.
I^oTt PORT PI1ILI.IP, Al 8TRAI.1A. DlBEt
I1 splendid Ship HELEN.li < avo, master, w II ?11
?l out the 1st Of .Illl - fur the above port. 1 r lrei?ht or
1 nsMSge. having splendid state reora ?< e ..nim. .l I}J.t f
i !,n leard. I'ier I". Kstt River, or to N. I x M;
p.. nth street; Riitscll to Norton. 31 Old Slip: ar !? H"';. '
I ell S: Co .146 Pearl street, lint, of faro- htvt ci.hin,
I second cabin. ^2<H>; stcirago $l*l).__ .. .
rivo CAPTAIN P.NOLISH-SIR -WE, 'I'lr. I'NDF.R
1 tl -,,e(|, have been depntcd by tvo ra i _-e rs per ?.?r?
Fmcrild to cenvev to von th?ir w:- niient. thanh- mid ae
1 ,ir \ i. i men t ? . for vonr nnifona 1 Intlnost and un?oiiri? d
I II t I tin in ilurii -' n pr< ifa'tfd p# a " ? I .1, ?} ?
A 1- 1 . to the I hi. f Kate. Mr. I fhlan. they le'torotrrn
their warmett thanks. Sir it nfi. r.ls ips slocer pb isuro ^
i e tho to er lis of conveying these tentimeti'S to you. " Ifn*
cvi'rx prosperity In this ? r I. end eternal f linty
; in ihe world to com . ?esre. nr. vn?r?, verv r ? r?tfu >?
Philip Crane. Her-' I.m AC m-. Patr.-. K iche, ?'
Clearer. I atriek < Her. Jcoi-h Cr. en. Signed on b< Ualfvl
I-O'lHIVG.
(i AST* OFF CLOTHI Vt -WANTED fS PlTRClIAS
J abont two thousand dolltrs T\.,rth of good left off
Clothing, in largo < r mall quantities, for which the foil
ealue will be literally given, in current- money, on apt llr*
tion pocsonallv. or through pi ?t. to J AMES MOLONEY, at
hit store, No. 11 Oraoge strut, near Chatham iRttt.
I ?mnB a*w.
' PORTRAITS -N. I*. ACKERBBRG, RECENTLY AR
i X rived from Berlin, has opeaOd hi* Studio at No. W
i Fourth nra??. Specimens of hi* palntlBg na* b? eo*B it
i Mmra. William*. SU pleas ud W llllaw*. 8M Bwttlwty.
STRANCERS SHOULD NOT LEAVE ..THE CITY
without visiting the old Curiosity Shop, at 1H Ann ?t.,
uear Broadway ; tlifre they will find thousands of eu
cravings. laadscapes. scraps, portrait". views, so lured print*,
lithographs, studies far drawing eld liae print*, and. alio,
?Id boo^sln quaiiti-a. JOHN P. NKACI.B.
PI NF, A RT.M \GKA VINOS.? BIOGAR'S REPOSI
tery of fine Art*. till Canal street, near Broadway, i* bow
the only place in the eity where yon ean Had Rngravings ky
Morihen, Strange, Wille. Longhl. Woollott, ft*.. ftc. Por
trait* and scraps for illnatratinir, Co*tumes. ftc., by tho
thnuaand, "(irate Apron*, Mrs. Van 3k?lliu?'a Vluxcr Mate
rials, ftc.
MIRCKI.I,A*KOUS.
NiVf RKSTAI'KANT IN CHATHAM STREBT.-L. ft C.
Raenpec have tlii* day op cned their now reeliurmt,
occupying the entire Uirmmt of Win. McKinley's shirt
?tore, Chatham street, No. 106, corner of I'earl strsct, for
which tin y respe. t fully solicit a share of public patronage.
HEALTH, FORTUNE, AND II A I'PIN ESS.-AN Y ONE
wishisg to obtain these blessing*, can have, in ? largo
pamphlet, directions for doing to, fey tending #1, nr.ee of
Sostagc. addressed Professor Willianfs, Boa Poat ')lficn,
low Yerk. The book will be aent to any address in Airterlca,
and ii warranted not to contain one word of nonien?o or
humbug. It i* ad* pted at once to the highest Intellect and
the meanc*t capacity, and to both lexei. It will ahow ladies
how to get good husbands? gtntlemen how to procure fair
? nd virtuous wives. To all it will teacH- tho art of getting
rich, by aim pic means. If, oa a fair trial, it doe* not answer
thcae purpose*, the money will be refunded, with interest,
and free of postage. A II eominnnieaiioni *?ric tly confidential.
Watches? English gold patent levers, as
low a* $40: English Cold Hunting l'atont Lever*, as
low aa $M\ Gold diluting Lovers, full jewelled. $.10: Ladies'
flnogold Watches, aa low as $K5; Silver Lever Watches, $l."i,
$30. and $211; best quality English patent Lever, bearing
my name on difcl and plate, $:?). JOHN COX, Importer of
Watches, 20* Broadway, eorncr of Fulton street, ( up stairs, )
?ad 251 Bowery.
COAL.? ORDERS FOR COAL, BY THE CAROO, OR
In quantities for family nae. are respectfully solioitud.
Office at Burdiek's W iue Store, 73 Liberty itroet.
GEO. W. JENKINS.
GGUNT1IER & CO. MANUFACTURERS OF JA
? panned Bird Cage*, 1#1 William street.? Buyers will
find there a splendid assortment of Japanned Birdcages,
made In the best, unsurpassed manner, and obeaper than
anywhere else.
Gold pens.? a. g. baglsy & 00., manufactu
rer* of Gold Pena and Pencil Cases, and patentee* of
the celebrated Extension Cajos, No*. 12 Maiden Lane and
277 (Irving llmiie) Broadway.
MATHEMATICAArACADEMY, NO. 2H9 BROADWAY
room No, 47 ,<nenr the Irving Home). ? Professor
Ryan continue* to give instructions iu every branch of
Mathematics, with their application to Mechanics, Astro
nomy, Nav igation, Engineering, Land Surveying, and the
mechanical arts. Hours: ? From K to 11 o'clock A. M., aud
2 to 6 aud 7 to il o'clock P. M.
(lORNEIJl'S (IAS FIXTURES. CHANDELIERS,
J Pendant*. Brackets, ho., put up at factory prices;
Solar Lamps, Girandoles, Mantel Candelabra*, &to. Also,
silver plated on Alhata Ware, Tea Sets, Tabte Forks, $li
to per dor.cn; Spoon*, $?'! to Sft per dozen, will hear en
graving: Castors. ilaskets, &c. A MORgAn, 1A2 William
street , l^twccii Fulton and Annsts., opposite the church.
PAPIEK II ACHE ? AN V PERSON DESIUOUSOF
learning thin heautifnl art, can have printed instruc
tions sent to any address, by enclosing $1 to C. II. Lasell,
Broadway Post Office, Y.N. Ladles can ornament their fur
niture, tea tray?. fancy boxes, See., it being a beautiful
study and also profitable. The directions will contain the
names of all the material*, prices, aud whore to obtain
them.
CEGAKS.-THE UNDERSIGNED HAS JUST IlE
?3 ceivcd an importation of the celebrated Cinto do Hrion
brand of Havana Scgars. well known in the London market,
which he offer* for sale in <|uantitie* to suit purchasers:
tliey are of very superior quality, coital to tho boat brand
imported. JNO. P. VAN KOSSUM, 67 Beaver strict.
TO CABINET MAKERS.? THE UNDERSIGNED IIAV
Ing purchased tho machinery, tit., of 11. Chatain, 3110
Broome street, continue to manufacture all kinds of patent
and wave moulding; fret and carvo sawing dono to order.
Cabinet and pianoforte maker* would do well to call and
examine our stock and price*, before purchasing elsuwhcro,
as our prices are lower tfcan ever.
IlENRy & K1EHNAN. 3fi0 Broome *treot.
L1MK JUICE? A SPLENDID LOT, OF SUPERIOR
qualitv, just received, unii may bo had either in bulk or
bottle. Also, frerli Peaches, Oysters, Lolistor, Salmon, flic.,
hermetically sealed, and warranted to retain their quality
in any climate. Merchants and shippers will tlnd t Im greatest
assortment ol' l'i< kles, Ketchups, Sauces Mustards, A to.
Also, the above articles of the finest quality, with every ar
ticle usually kept in the oil and Italian warehouses of Lon
don, at tho New York nnd London Picklo, Preserve, and
Mustard Establishment of
GEORGE RAPHAEL, 40 Vesev street.
IOVE AND HAPPINESS, Oil IIOW TO WIN THE
J ono yon love beet? Professor Loruine, formerly of Pari*,
now of New York, will send to any addross, on receipt of
one dollar, post paid, plain directions to enable ladles or
gentlemen to win the a o voted all'cctions of as many of the
opposite sex aa thiir hearts may desire. Addroas Professor
LOltAlNE. box 2,-Joti, N. Y. Post Olli. e. All letters must
l.c post paid, otherwise not attended to or taken out.
IMPORTANT TO GENTLEMEN OR FAMILIES RE8I
dept, or leaving the i it y , who tr.jy wish to convert into
Oh til any Mi lierflolis artieiid, Sn<h as gentlemen's. 1 adios ami
Children's Wearing Apparel, Jewelry, lire Arms, or por
tonal i It'eets genernlly. may bo sure of obtaioio a Hi., ru I
f nth price for the saint by uddressing t be (uhscrib.-r through
the post oflico, or otherwise, who will punctually uttond
t hem lit tbeir resiiieneo by ftppeintioenf. II. LHVKT'l',
office No. 17 Wall street, ha. eiueiit, or lti.'l Greene street,
naar Bloc ok er.
PROFESSOR THOMPSON S ORRIS AND M Villi H
Tooth Si ap, (. i \ a bf:i otlful, white, sm e.tli polish
v 1 'bout Injuring tlie tee* h. as It does u<>t coiitain ueiil. It
is vevj licalthv to tho ^om* and pu ri f v in .: to the lu- 'ai h.
For fhIo V hero fntiey tneil r.n . ' I. It ipof r moved to II.
Smith'*, the ortjiiwul Raiur Slrep Mai.'* r tore, corner of
Craml ninl Chrystic streets, lie p 1 1 able ci outry a;;eats
wanted.
M|iD ft FCLLMER'3 <-'ROTOM MKT tLLIC FIRE
Proof I'aiiit. ? This nrfi le i- m-lcaovladirsl by all
m i o .have use,! it to he auperior to nu.i other jmint iu u<e.
It i proof against the action o? the wcathor *inl firti, and is
cIuhjit time any other piiiits in cotiseqnenco of it* taking
lost ell to n.ix, and co>ering much TO rt surfn^e. t w I ? e aa
mm I ii' M.nic Give it a trial. Principal depot*. lilA Murray
street, and '0 Mfhth avenue Ne* \ ork i-'or s'i'e, also,
by 1 ! u ' I Unci ell ^ Co.. 2fll Greenwich ?tre.t: Baxter St
S. r?. 14.^ Mv bit n la to : .1 D. Torrev. Il'? Full ot siri'et;
Ward, Clo?e \ I'ti.. .s."' Maiden lare. New V"r' . t har'"s N.
Dean. Now llochelle; Juliu II. Ilaiiis M aninronei-k. v\'t.?t
cheater county; Charles W , Field, Purtehetti r, and in most
nf the cities and joWBS thm<ghoUt the conntry.
PrTzB MEIiaT at TIIK WOULD'.- FA ! *1. LONIlON.?
RINGUF.T LRPKIN* E. of the firm of lilngin^t I, "prince
ft L. Marcotte, fft-l Rroadway, New York Informs hi* friends
tnd the public, that Ir has just, uri-iv d from f'aris, where
he intend* to return iu the middle of June. Till that tlm?
be v ill receive orders for his hen*o of commission in Paria
or I. is mannfaeture. lli* line ol husine** being morn par
tie u 1 u i ly all that eompo*? the decoration and fnroltnri in
general, as cabinet ?ork, cny fixtures, arti^tb al hrontea.
porcelain, silver plate, mirroM, article* of art, statues,
puintim.'!'. aakusson tapestry, and all kito's of materials for
carpets and curtains. One w'Hl lind in their house of New
York, not only specimens nnd designs of nil ScseripMous,
hut a (tore supplied with a gr at ehoice of srtiol?s roadj
Kade.
CaltT(>N.? I'a^EntTiosin Ol iV ? t? > PREYENT seT
rious nceident and imposition, we would give notice tliat
the only place where the real Patent Ito.-in Oil can be
bought in New Vork.ii at the Rosin Oil Co:r,pany Store. II
Brcadway. We Mil it to no dealer* in the oity ro pre vent
mistakes we keep n? ether article It is free from smoka,
smdl, or explosion, nnd costs but half a > ent per hour, for a
steady beautiful light. 1'i bus fitted to oil and lluid lamps
for sixpence, to burn thli oil. Sent to all p;irts of toe
city, free of expento. H. PAllMENTlElt, for Kosin Oil
Comi'ntiy^
HEniCAL.
IMPORTANT TO 1'IIE DEAF. ? TIMS HORNING I
M. witness* d an operation of bo remarkable ft eharaetor as
to defers o h passing paragraph. An old friend, who has
been io deaf f? r eighteecn year* ft* !?'?* t' he able to hear
loud conversation. or even ionteroua laughter, railed upon
me t" accompany him up town to the < ffiee of Or. IIBSA 1 11,
t he Aurift, fr^l Ilrosdway. whom he had been advised by the
j resident of the New \ <>rk Medical College to c ? ? 1 1 h 1 1 1 1 . Al y
friend is \ calthv, and has paid away thousand - of dollar* in
tie j riiu'iral cities of I ur pe and America f r tratmertt,
whic h only served to make him dexpair of getti. x well, lie
kept growing worse. When we entered tin ??} eo of Ur.
Heath. I st ated myself in a retired eorner and commence I
rendir z the Morning II rn am , tinder the impression that I
world hn \ e to rem o in a eon pie of hours, ftnd that m y friend
world have to make Some fifty or a hundred visits, and not
be cured, perhaps, after all. lint, before I had t ompleted ft
column < n the "expedition to Japan" 1" tapped me on the
f-hoilder and shuttin r up his I oeket I <>< k. an I hut toning
r p his overcoat, he told me hown* ready to ;>?: v. Idiag, with
a beaming countenance, 1 can hear now i?i' well
U ALL STREET.
Spiiutial vision or jidoe edmond^? latest
Intelliiri nee from the Spirit Land ? Most important Spi
ritual Mar ifest&tioiK* revealed for the l#|nelitof all Mankind. ?
Afl? r Judge Edmonds had reecivfd the confessions of the
spirit of "Sir Jniac N? wton," that he, sir I r me , was wrong
in c? rsidcrir.K tho attra? tirn of irravitati n a substantive
principle; that it was in fact notninir hut a combination of
motii n, witha certain p rti-u of oscillating elliptical porosi
ty? poro:-it \ I nn a pervading substantive print H?lo In na
tl ?? ^nd sftc r c r.\ er ing with Swcdenl r op t) the pr?I or
? . i r.ntity "fithertal narcotics tiocesrary to he iml ihed into
X ' t 1 \ man * o to ?? ?tle un|>r"grc*t'cff man t > t( > on' il? al,
tin ams, vii-i i.s, hallucinations, (>t aw* fioi.den c$ v.ith th
i pulai religions of the day, Or. Franklin ^ani for < ?rd. an
j after e.\plainiLp to Judge Kdsuondu, in the most lucid an
I rrn<? u! v ay 1 1 c n> anner in v, hk h th<- 'Odr- 1 on e ? a us*1
| in n akin? Spiritual manifestations, he, with myrin 1- t ther
j ? piiits, (with Jojouh and happy faces) eon :r*tu!at' 1 th
! Judge upon the int* rcourne Hke l v now to he opened betweo \
leu unit! and the Spirit land. Or. I ranklin tlen observed,
ilatilif o n mcr< e. so improving to both parhe*, and s
a k." l * i a I N to tho spirits, was owing and dm? entirely to a
? 1 >tructi?>u *r interruption of the digestive pre? es* in th
lit man hody, That although spirits had no diieilioa th- m
Hlves(tl.e\ ejei-itinsr purely by Iran*" oudcntal absorption)
\ et they m'i :<I ohner\o tie' whole pr ?? * as it occurred i i
"man, and the best remedy t? restore ir when out of order.
That as it was a morbid and irnfH*rtcr -t. di.estion only that
enabled man to commune with the pririts ? if that kind of
intereouise >hotikl at any time prove ai^aireeahle or fright*
[ fiij, which under most forms was apt to he the case ? all that
! would hf necessary to prevent it. and at ?nee rest re to
I health tl e w hoi j r ? V'f of digestion, w as to t ak?* the Rev.
I R Ilihl r ' Vegetable I 'ill " cut up in small homeopathic
i rtior of a quarter of a pill each night "ii *< ir#? to l?ed.
ha* they were made 1 > Timothy R. Hil har i, M, O., and
s? Id at the j rincipal ofiv e by Oliver Hull, drug and glass
cominiMd' n warehouse. 14a Maiden fane, in the city of Now
Vorlt, I*, s. of N. A. The doctor also said romething about
the ii < ? ?rv nnntitie* of opium, chloroform, and other
nareot < ? and stiiuulants to !"? imbibed, in order to conerato
the prr [ er amoi nt of ''Odie I or< e" r? |ui itc t<? xniritual in
tcriorr- . lhat If tho diaentivc faenltv was much impaired
less of tl > nar< otic principle would he required to propagate
n of!' i . iv* \irior.ar; effttl.-ence. The exa< t * errht? oi the alffc
rei.t n ? rt ti. s re ,ni- itc to the diflerei t d( are< s of in )i/?* t i?u,
tope 1 1 . r w it h soinethii: : a bon t the Maine 1 t j u? r law liav in-' a
tendency to les-. n spiritt al intercourse w< will have to do*
fer to a iBture time. All persons wit bing to preservo hi^h
health and atronp* digestion, should take the Rev. It IMb
I-irdV V. . - tul le ViiU. M'hc*loral? and ictall 1 1.? Maiden
lane. Price 2 shillings per ho*.
Dt{. MORRISON, W4X FI'LTON 8 TR T, K T, CON T T N U K 8
to be consulted on all di ^ases of a private naturo*
II is If njr experience In his sp?eia! d' j artaiont enabje^ him ta
tr- at - :???, ! oml d?d ?l?ty wit ! un< *J1i d *? - s.
II- I r " i o (r n s A . M. r , 9 IV M. < * ? d ?yi
excepted,) at which times his o'e friends and patient*f
and all others desiring to Ho skilfully ftnd justly treated,
sna? C;> 1 < on 1. rn with loufidcac#.
. i;. I ENOHK KS' PREVENT! VI. UILI R E > V S T
by n ail, for one dollar, pos.t paid. I hi is the f nine
n*i\e. under %arious sanies, advertised for i?\? d >l
1? n'tho de < tved. It i* simple and infallihlo. A 1
Dr. ?. UENPRICHS, tox New York PestOi
Vl
I)'
rpiiK ji' m roN fiden if at, rRiRvn? vn E.
I III s 1>K l( KS' Pciimle l*nn n .'H, N"?. I, 2, ?nd 3. ?'"f
rct'?ll irro,?lnrttl?'< of ?Ve r. mkJ ??nl hr m*!!.
*itli ? ? I v l . . . I'rii* 2.' '^nt?. oiintiilttMonK, Aii>. Wten
<? ,n H<i<- ti t i * I . Atlilrtu* lot Z4M N?w Vdrk Poit ()(???. N.
B ? L nk oat fi r impostor*, ?lio tlt'inpi to ??in<il? tt.o mi
wary ?bil iKLotkBt bjr cliMfinii one dvlt?r tor t?uiit?if?ita.
DOWMT THliTRI.-ROXICit, ti^lVTS- PIT. I]U
MM Mita: Seat* in OrchMtra Boi?t -rfl mil. Do?r? open
at 7: curtain rlHitt 7k a'clock. Tueeday ewmuii. May ift,
will be performed the dramatic roman#> or tu? CORSICA*
BROTHERS? Mr. Eddy ai the twin BrTtb.n; M.deCkitiin
Renaod, Mr. Ooodall; Baron d? Montgir.n. Mr. II unllton
Baron Giordano Martelli, Mr. Stevens; M. A ltr>- I M-yoarl*
Mr. Glenn: Orlando, Mr. Lefflagirell; Colonna, Mr. Griffiths;
Mux. Savilia del Franohl, Mri. Jordan; Maria Mi 1 lliff-rt.
To conclude with the romanru of KAKFA? KarU Mr. -t?i
vens; Captain Orford, Mr HaiuHton; flam, Mr. Luttngwell:
Tucky, luv Seynionr; Kola, Mian MiKheU.
BURTON'S THEATRE, CHAMBERS STRIKT.-DRESS
Circle and Partiuet, .W cents; Second Tier, 2A cents; Prl.
Tate Boxes, ifl: Orchestra Seat*, 76 eta. Door* open at 7
t? begin at o'clock. Tuesday evening. Mar 2A, will be
flayed the comedietta of th? GOOD FOR NOTIIING-Harry
Johneon, Mr. Bland; Tum Dibble*. Mr. JohnstoniNan, Mrs,
8kerrett. The farce of the RAGGED SCHOOL? Downy Bil
ly, Mr. Johnston; Little Paul, \ii*s Weston. To conclude
with the comedy of the SERIOUS FAM ILY-? Captain Ma
guire, Mr. I.<?^ t ?? r ; Charlea Torreui. Mr. Bland; Amlnadab
Sleek. Mr. Burton; l.iidy Creamly, Mrs. Iluidirs; Mr*. Tor*
??> ii M ? ? Weston; Widow llclmatiic, Mrs. Skerrctt.
National theatre, Chatham street.? dress
Circle and lime*, L'A cents; Pit, 12V cento; Or hestra
Tickets, 50 cti| Private Box Tickets, $1. Door* open at 7)*i
Curtain rie* at 7'V o'clock. Farewell Benefit or Mr J. G.
II nl?y. Tuesday evening. May 20, the entertainment* wilj
Commence with the play of the HONEYMOON? Duke Aran
la, Mr. II inley; Rolando, Mr. Ilcnderaon; ('mint Montalhan,
Mr. Stafford; Jacques, Mr. Fox; Jnllanna, Mra. Nioholi; Vo
laute, lira Jones. To cnncliide with the play of I'lZARRO
? Holla, Mr. Hartley; Ataliba, Mr. Stafford; Pi/arro, Mr.
Clarke; Alonio. Mr. Cooke; Aimat.ro, Mr. Siple: Cora, Mri.
Jones; Elvira, Mrs. Nichola.
BARNl'M'S AMERICAN MUSEUM.? P. T. BARN'.JTM,
Manager and Proprietor; John Greenwood, Jr., Assist
ant Manager; C. W. Clarke, Director of Amusements.? Ad
mission to everything, 2.*> cents; Children under 10 years,
Yi}i cent*; Parquet, 12! * cents extra.? The pulilio la in
formed that this place of family amuiement (till pro
it uti every attraction that the ipirit of enterprise and
the genius of luceeii can compaia or iiigjpigt. It con
tains, in faet, millions ef novelties in every branoh of nature
and art; anil novelties that, for taste, beauty, rarity an4
value, are unparalleled in America. Monday and Tuesday,
May 24th ami 26th. In the afternoon, at So'olock, the niece
of A MAN WITHOUT A HEAD; Dancing, and the HIGH
WAY ROBBERY. In the evening, at7Mi o'clock, the moral
drama of the VICAR of WAKEFIELD.
CHRISTY'S OPERA HOUSE, MECHANICS' HALL
No. 472 Broadway, above Grand itreet. Open every
night during the week, until further notice. The ori/lnal
and well known Christy'* Minstrel*, comprising an efficient
and veriatile "eurpa of "talented" and "experienced
performeri" under the management of E. P. Christy, whose
loncerti in thii rity, for a succession 9f '? live yearn." hava
been roceived with favor by highly relocatable and fashion
able audiences. Tickets, 2.1 cents. Doors open at 7; com
mence at M o'clock. The patrons of Chriaty'i Miudtrcls are
respectfully informed that ttie Saturday afternoon concert*
are diicon tin ued.
WOOD'S MINSTRELS, IT WOOD'S MINSTREL HALL,
444 Broadway, abof ? Howard itreet. ? The proprietor
takes pleasure in announcing ti> the public that he has en*
gaged the most celebrated iuuslcians|and Negro delineator*
In the world, and is determined to make Wood's Minstrel
Hall in every way worthy the patrouage of the ladles and
gentlemen of this city. Ho also takes thii opportunity to
express Ills thanks for the great patronage conferred on him
?into the organiiabion of hi* present star company, and tie
promise* to replenish it from time to timo with whatever
novelties or striking talent may appoar in the profession.
Wood's Minstrels perform every evening, and on Wednesday
and Saturday afternoons. Admission, 2T>eeuts. Honrs open
at 7; concert commence! at 8 o'clock. The afternoon con
certs commence at .'(o'clock. N. B. ? The strictest order and
decorum will be preserved, and the greatest attention paid
to the contort of visiters.
IjlELLOWS* MINSTRELS. ? NOTICE ? THE ORIGINAL
well known " Fellow s' Minstrels," comprising an efi
Clent "corns" of "talented and experienced performers,"
nnder the direction of J. U. Fellows, would roepecti'ully In
form the public that due notice will he given when they
commence their concerts again in Broadway.
OLE BULL RESPECTFULLY BEGS LEAVE TO AN
nounce another Grand Concert, to tako place on Thnrs
day evening. May 2", at Metropolitan Hall, assisted by the
Gcruiauia Musical Society anil Alfred .laell.
PROf! H AMMK. ? FAItT .
1. G rail il Overture, "Nabueo" A'erdi
2. Variations di Bravura, upon the air "l'amo all
l'aino," from " Romeo, by Bellini, composed
and performed )>y Olc Dull
3. Grand Concerto in G minor, for pianoforte, wltti
full orchestral act ouipntiinicnt, Mendelssohn,
performed by Alfred Jaell
4. The Mother's Prayer, for violin, composed and
performed by Olo Bull
PART II.
r>. Grand Overture, "Napoleon's last Days" Rcrgmann
6. "To th* memory of Washington," for violin, com
posed and performed by Olo Bull
~. A. "I.aSoncc" by Bin men thai ; II. "Bohemian
Polka," by Jaell, tor pianoforte, performed
by Altred Jaell
8. Carnivale he Vcneila, grand variations burlesque,
for violin, Computed and performed by Olo Bull
Tickets of admission to all partaof the house. $1, for saleat
tic music stores <>l Messrs. II nil Son, Gould Berry, S.
C. Jollie. Jai|iies ^ Brothers, Kerksleg Si. ltreuving, Vaudor
het k, Scliarfcuherg &t Luis. Godooe, Geili .V Ja-ks in, and
Chri.-t man; at ti>c Astor. Irving, and Collamore Houses,
New Tor k, American, and Dtlaionico Hotels; also. at. the
door on the evening of 1 1 p couccrt. Doors opon at 0}^; Con
cert cointnences at H o'clock.
BURTON'S THEATRE.? A CARD.? MR. BLAKE RES
pectfully nnnounces to his friends and the puhilo that
hif BencSt viill take place "ii Wednesday ovcnlng, May i>i,
v hen w 111 be performed a favorite comedy, never acted in
t his 1 heat re, and other attractive entertain mcnts, par tic u
lur? of which will he duly anuouufd. N It ? The box book
is now opcu.
KEDICAL*
NEW AM) IMPORTANT IN V ENT10N.? I>R. DB
Laney'i* new and im|iro\i'i Curative Instrument, a *afe
and Miro remedy t? r tbst dreadful disease, kuo*n im Sper
mat i rrl en, ?oi, equ ot oil improper secret Ii?i > ?i tn of youth,
k.c., is, at 1 1 ? t* ? h ti i ? ? time h prevent : v<^*nd curativ f >r those
CXhaiirtll 1' !??'> til lit ?l? *<i iia THr-H i I. Mild ru?*tivo, i?nl
prodi.ctiv* of ku mm h mi > ii?t tut!. - uOf v.n; - y -l nn, in
cnpa tin* trail 1V v I ? u y i ? i;f. poobry, mil m. it tin. ,i,y.
It j* tdtuple, c ? ? ii ? | role i \\ e. *af>, and revi r fuilin/, a-id may
boused without in *??? ii \ t* ii i* new. or the knowled'o ot tho
luott intimate Irieno, i ar in/ no pain or injury whatevi r, nor
pre venting m.y one In ui attending tohls bu?iii?ss. It i< ho
powerful an invi^- rati r that, after a ?I?'?rt time, fn!I primi
tive uVori# restored, even in ea- of tnauy year* .*-t .riding;
and. a* a matter ofci-urfe. all tin* concomitant complaints,
as Nervousness, J'rontr?itioii, 0? \ ??ia, \\ rakueti" of the
lta? k and Lower LxtreniitioH. AflVrti ?hh of th?' ' yvf> Weak
ness of Memory, Aversion t fcjciety, Self-Distrust ke ..^is
<i| pear a." i?? "ii as the source i* stopped froin w hich tb*?y
emanated. This Instrument constitutes the nrro-t, safest,
and l?y far the cheapest treatment ever offare'i to tin? attiict
ed, while nil medicines taken by the mouth, am. iu such
cases, of little it no bt ne fit whatever. The price i* $10, care
fully foaled and secured in a ho*, which can be went to any
psrt of America. Prospectus, with certificates, gratis if
(post-paid) apjdicd for. Office No. fil Lispenard street,
near Uroadway, N. Y. Honrs from 0 A. It. to 8 I*. M.
Dr; t. Morn \\ mor r i?uks not pi? ictf.n i> tjiat
he i^ the most skilful phj>ici?n in t h ? city; he luaves
tint for those modest men *h? fill the papers with their
own praise*. lie would, however, assure those wh ? come
iiudtr his ( are. that they may rely ui ?n a cheap, pleasant,
safe, and speedy cure. In from S A. Si, to U I'. M., Sunday*
ex'pted. Advice prati-. Cure warrnute'l. A word to the
wise in sufficient, L. M? rtarnore, M. D., ll'O William tnvt.
DU < ONVEKS' I N \ !( .OR ATI NO roKOlAL -YOPNG
men who l ave ignorantly injured, themselves, hy impro
ve r habits, will find this cordial the only mean* of relief.
It in vizoratee and restores the 1 . ? - 1 uiu r/ics of body and
niii.d. Persons have recently called at my office for ad vice
ami f i-rdial, w ho had i>cd ?n article, railed an instrument
fort>e cure ot these <<>mplaint?, which they rind utterly
mele^f. Thme who wirh * ? *ee wbat they arc l?uTiug'f?efor?'
paying their money, can do ?o hy oalliafc at myoftcc. Or.
^?iirantie.- to enre y . i t, i?r no eliargo. Cordial ^2 a bottle,
tlrve 1 ottlcp for f't. Korwarded t<> the country, p-mt pud.
OflUe fh' Third avenue, and l.'f ( hamhors ftrcet, Vew > "fk.
All private ditea^o* attended to from ** A. M to ?* M,
Mr I) I C A L AID,? l?li. CON VERS, 13 CHAM HERS
. .?'tret t, i< treat in i w itn hi * usual f ucccom, aii form* of pri
v a t c difeaHr: recent <a ia a fen days, and thobo old
chronic a!Te? tion*, restiltin ;? from ' ad treat merit, or mer?u
r.v which battles the ^K^11 ot the iuoxporienood, Dr.O. ha.i
had an extensive practice, in this branch of V. profession,
fi r twenty }'? ar?". in Now VorK. Tiii* i v w #? him a de"ide?i
advantage over the hoa*tiu2 tyro in the hcalin r art. Or. t'.
folk-its the attenti- u of gentlemen, -traugerf, who ap
irfeeiatc and would ccure scientiHe treatment. It you
l ave unfortunately taVfn di^ciife, and your Hit intion de
mands a fpecdy and permanent eur?-. ? all at l'i t inihor^
street: y< ' will meet no one but the l?r. 0? nsultatii.n from
> A . M to y 1'. M. "jt'ce^ moderate. Adviee l y letter.
RADICAI ( I R FS, AT A SMALL FXPENSF. ? DOCTOt
W A H I) solicits the attention of all patient*, wl rait
coneeinf* lie cures private iii?eases with most r? u arKable
celerity, ease, safety, and cheapness. The most ineredn*
lows immediate^ convinced of his woaderful powwr ot cur
ing. All aj pliaaces. conv? ni- nce* . an<t resour? ? s ? 1? any n?t
yet known? i - ^*efd, at*d likorallv dispensed by him to the
i nff rt vnate. Offtcc, coi nor ( e.i ?i stuet sod Broadway,
t onir.ltations private, advice f.rati-. book ?rat i.i.
RAriD AND RADICAL CTUIS, SUCH A S WILL NOT
bo nu utl.s, but one two, or three days, H take!
%s?rly? and w I ' permsneucy ran I ? rolled n.itn i that will
not, to yovr i ?rpetual ehs/ri^ and 1om?, be kr 'Kia^ oul
a min? can incut certainty h?? obtained by one and all of the
usf rtunate from Dr. W ard. Thin i* recommended to the
st rious attention of ti. w !io would i?<? cured w?dl and
qui k. and escapc the horrid secondary afl etioiif. and the
inevitable dcteeti n and di /rscc that follow n tbdr nppcar* i
ance. N?w and imj ortsr t dfsc< voHes r nao'e him t ? mors |
than fultil hfs pre mi.;* s of a #? nr. impos t to ho eH'-ctr d |
undei apx antiQnntcd ?n**ti ?f Every uv. nc ie tor t! t ;
tre-tn cut f,r vided. A tt' nfb?n fc. ?.v ! snr 1 s* yen w'U
re<eivo no whore o!r.?. I. ? v?. ? * r r t f. ? hundred" if bi jr 8
] 1 ' i! ?! c r ?t!ie r d ?< '? i solH \ fr- m wa* t ? f it,. /U ntioi
if all t bat is needed, b* m '.??? fi.i l, nni v ith both,* u his part,
lb. uhf<rtti? :if? nt 'crbin ?;*?* ?.n m -t ma OS
the c? rne.r ei '* anal ot kt u Br a l ?aj U vK aud advic#
gratis, ludic im . s '**? h.c
rpilEMATiMlh UuMA.v .c r.fVATE M K P I c \ J, < *
A paiii* n ? by Or. A , 5i . .V inri'- ? . l'r f "? r o i ?? ??
of Womcti.'? 1 wentieth edition, Imco , pp. 25tj ? I'rioe, $1.
V ars of *? fi rif- . < f pt v ?; .*?? ?- n.? 1 la .n;i?i v u.arj
an sffec M naff wir?*f and p* .ir:.*r. di*' nltie* t- t t.\
bst d, nr.if'ht i.w\e be? n s) r?.d h; -i tit ?"y p -??? ! n ?f tl .i
wi rk. it i? intended c ; ? ; f .r th - ?i.arri* or thctC
eont? mplntfiij marriage. d. "io?.e-? i ej rtant s^- rota
t?l o h shcnld ne knov u to* I; m j ?rtienl ?ily .
1 tl .cm' w h f'o h- alth o r t, porn: it of an incrtaie ot
family, it is of special ir/ir?"tanfe
llcre. also, evtry female? tlu wife? the mother? the on
either budding into w< manhood, or the echerln the d< Hat
of years? in wlu^n nature < ntemplatef> an important
change, can discover tke causes, symptoms, and the r. 'it
efficient rcfAcrtics. and movt certain mo ie ofeave, in e?et7
o? ri jjaintto wirich her set is s-ubiect,
(Klkractof a letter from a ^entlfttnari In Day ton, Ohio.)
I)t A. M Ma t; KtcEAt';? Dayton, May 1, .*
Tl\ rrAR Sir? My wife has teen pereoptlMv sinking fet
?ome three yoarf or more, in consorjucnee af nor /reat an
gni?h and suft? rh .f some m nths Vcf re and diirin h? r con
finemeat? eT'ry'.-ncccf?dvQ one u*or and n. d 1 iliMtiaf
and pr' Pirating hwr, puttln.* her life in imminent d i"-' r
and which w?j, on the la t oc< n i u.donnalred of I suprotef
this state of things was inevitable, %r.?f re*i/eed myie lr to
meet the werst. At this time (? w about twro months) I
he art! yovr be ok highly spo^eo of, aa eentainlageomt mat
tcrs reachintc mt case, c i r ? r. m ipt an ', per t-a\ I ' J'? net
express to yon the relief it s?l rd ? . v ?' tro ' n< n l,?jt
the jey it? pa^es lmrarte i t-.? ?? v o if , oa ltarriM.g that the
great discovery of M . M. I ' i l f c -tided a r .y. it
craned a prospect to me v > ? 1 little conceited w$" pos
sfhie. But for thK ere another yea? would have jutteei
over my hoed. In all I" ? ?- ' ? r ' "* * havi
betn in her grave, and s y < , ?* '" iH rl* *s.
It is. of oonrre, In rra " t. ' nvey more fulTr th#
?erions r tbject * t r? ? '? I o i, ? V oy r*. of a r aur- : i t Ij
Intended for t J ' .arrb i rC- tenu'i-t,.
For ssle at mi ? y, sr ? ut the t u! U i i. 4 h*.- e
Lib rty str ? t. b - \ r\ U?Oe ^ C. , A 1 .? - &
Turker. Vdil-. A'ah .fl| 'i. it. ivtei n. th ' ? ui
street, Mii's? 'f> <? - "'rt or f * ? ? he
L;i ? rtv etrs^s
$wo ******
p. O' .-ikes a
1 i .iy ? Tv. "i "t tli? I. *i.o W ??!??(
in i, drink. ti|>. nirn, ?>p ' ii?: * !?, ?nil
'i i I r- [Ti. ' . . ' il- I % ?inrfk ?M| "
Hill ii< t cur , nnijrr the ?U S?'*
It i<|it op In bflttr.., wffhT; 1, 11
t). l.,t* ft wi^h uawlaM|PM<
il. KINO. IS. Hr. ?<l??r ?n.l ?t Iuh B.yiird ?tr ,
B. Litn., iw llftfior.r itmii Bo, ton, Wetht
OllNU
_ _ AKVffKMJCmPS.
Broapwat theatre. -e. a. MARSHALL, rolb
Laniee.? Roxea and Pimv, let., 50 cents; FftBil/ Clrel# lid
Upj'^r'li ?r, V* t<c nta. Private li -ten. $5?|4 $'i. fttorj opoQ
at 7; to eotnmaae* at 7)4 o'clock. T u ?? ?d ay e renin*, May Z\
will !?<? performed a ht?t<<ri' ?l H".ima entitled LOT7A MON
THS |\ I; a V A It I A ? l-oijih , Mr Harry; l> \ tel. Mr. fonwaj;
liaron V??n I', ppmheiin, Mr Ker u< : Ltidvil Von M?hoa|#a?
bottom, Mr ha\ idg? ; Lola M > n t* *, II 'He Luia M >nt?t; Pria
resM V ichillini. r , aU ?t |)iit< lifM Von Willenitcii.Mri.
Veri?< I T? irHr *ith pnPPfVO THE Ul/ESTION?
Mr 1'riinn <?<?, Mr I'a^i'lpc 1 1 ? nry Thornton, Mr. fteynoldij
Mi- I i 1 1 1 1 1 V r \ . i i I ' V! rrf. I ' 1 '? ti w iy .
N1 HI n s tJABDEN ?MANAGER, MK. JOHN RKITOM.
T?? ket*, .Ml rent*; Private %.%. Th? doors will
>? H"d the perform unto will t onimenco at H o'clock.
Ji' ' V *l? n? 'it ii the v* '.-r'ul Caroline Ronf
i?et. on * Mr
U?<1 I nfiint I'laniMte. Mile
family* ir< le, u;a ? ?!ni "r u?ntra
dozen, $.1 and $5 Doors open at 7i
k. T??< .-?lay evening. May Z'>, wittV.a
the LA DI E*1 BATTLE? ll?nri de
S rm*?r 1 *?"i u j '?m, ?n.i i ? r f?i ,?r, M?a?. vietor,
the oriel ratr.I composer ..(.rf.Bci ist. will make thoir
firit appearance in A mart a. H.ethr*. Maters Ho asset will
alto perform. (.real attract". ^entertainments, eoa
ftUWf "J? Vmlevill.o U,, s KNTINEL: drat Ml of CA
1 A K I NA: Instrumental < Ant *. t of l. \ BAYA
DERE Musical Interine/./". mi l KDI'.KRT I.K IHMH.E.
IYCEI'M THEATRE. BROADWAY, N R \ It BROOMB
J street. ? Corbjrn & Buckland, l,cnni.-l)r?ai Cirele, to
cents; Parquet. 2A cents; Canity' lr<l*, 123s ''?Bt Qrehuiit
Seats, 76 <????! t*. Private lloxe " "
curtain Ti-?'n at7,'? o'clock.
perl'ori ed tlie comedy of t _
Flavigncul, Mr Palmer Oi'iitTl (iri,'non. Mr. VllMii
I'vuatrat V'Allmal, Miss Julia Renne't. After whteh, the
1'KACTlrAI, MAM ? Cloudsley Mr. Waleot; Mm. Mfldway,
Mm. Sylvester. nclude with the PRINCESS RA
I> I A N F? King Crincum Crnrcnm Hell, Mr. Howard; Print*
Mnj tl.iiviT, Minn ll? rrin|t; Prlncan RauUni, Mien Tajrleuro.
ASTOIi rLACE OI'BRA IIOi'sE. ? PARQlTEt AND
Hoxee, AO centi; Am|iliitlieatre, Jj cnutu; Sola Saate,
The liox honk ia open from 9 A. M. through tho day, vmb
?cate may be secured. Ti> kcti ?- Id for i'ar.|net, Koieiul
Sofaa, nectiri' the aeati for thecvcninK. Dooraonxn at 7; Mr
fornancr will commence at 7\' o'clock. Tuesday a*snua(.
May 2S. will be iiruKwntrd tho drama af the 0()RMlOA5i
BROTHERS, or I,n Vendetta? Mr. Ilrooke as the tain Bro
thers: M. de Chstcau-Renand, Mr Jordan; M. Alfred ?**r
nard, Mr. I.ynuc; Giordano Mnrtclli Mr, Arnold; l.e Rarun
Montfirou, Mr. Harris; Madnme Savilia dei Franehi, Mil.
Tlekary; Emllt* de I,?Kparri., Mrs. Hale.
NIBLO'S.? XM>. THILLON'8 OPBKA NIGHTS MON
day. Wednesday and Friday, M'lle Carolina RoasitCf
ltallet nights, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
SELECT RCA DINGS.? MRS. E. P. I.ESDERN1ER REGS
to announce t hat she will pie mi'ciillaneoiis Ituadings,
selected fruin English and American punts, at Hope Chapel,
Rr"adwa.v, on Wednesday ov. t.ijiir May M. Pr'.yrammo,?
Part I. ? Selections from tho *' Merchant ot Venice;" Marah
to Moscow? Soutlioj : Tlie Song of 'he Shirt? Hood; Selec
tions from the Tale iif a Trttui|<?t. Part 1 1 ?Selection from
" Romeo und Juliet," opiate scene; Parental Ode to my Sob.
aged three years ? llood; Tho Haven ? Edgar A. Poe; The l.ult
Ileir? Hood. Tn conclude with the llui'ding of the Ship?
Longfelluw. Tickets, 2T? can's, to lis had at the bookstores.
Doors open at 7 o'clock; Readings to commtliet at H o'clock,
CAMPHELL'S M INSTREliS.? WEST & PEEL'S OLD
and original Citmpbvll's Minstrel* hum returned from a
successful tour through the South and Went,^nd will par
form at Newark on Monday and Tuesday, May 21th and Jnth,
and at Montxguo Halt, Itrcoklyn, on the ?lth, 27th, 2Sthan<l
29th. The company consists nf the felloH-ing popular pe*
fortnarn ? Luko West, A. II. Peel, J. II. liur.lutt, S. I'smp
ball, C. I ?. A Mm 1 1, II. Itumsoy. s. E. Clark. T. P. Prendar
gast and J. T. Temple. tin. F. A. JONES, Agent.
Theatrical notice.-" iioward athf.nedm."
Boston.? This establishment will open, for tin1 regular
season, on or about the 7th of September next. Ladio* and
gentkmeu, of acknowledgedtalrnt, desirous of engagement*,
may apply (post paid) to CH A It I.ES TIIOS. P A KSLOE.
Theatrical Agent. Chambers street.
Franklin museum, 17., OSATHAM squaiib.? 0*0.
J.ea, Proprietor.? Two pi rrorinanca* are glvon ayeejr
day, eommenoiiig at ;i o'clock in the afternoon, and atlkj
In tho evening. This establishment is the only plaee In the
United States where the " Mi>d?l Artists" ean be seen. Tha
company is composed of a troupe of Artists selected tor
their beauty ami figure, ami are under tho supcrybiioa of
" M'lle Caiiuet, Premier Model" to this establishment. A
magnificent series of groupings will h* produced, aarefujl*
selected from themostadmired palutings aud sculpture. BBO
new properties and appointments. " Loa's Female opWk
Company," the ouly ?rgani/.*d hand of ladies in existoa**,
will apnearevery afternoon and evening. Mom. Lafarge, tk*
?ri*ciii al Autipodean Pedestrian, will walk "haad iloWB
wrards." on Uie celling, at an elevation of twenty-Sve foot
from the ground, and eighteen in length, a feat wltioh throws
all "competitors In tho shndo." The greatest vender kbe
world ever produced. Monsieur Cain, the strongest man la
the world, will break, with his "naked fist," any stone
audience may choose to nn. r. with other nnpnrallclod fefiB
of strength. The nnrhnllod tribe of " Aorobatin Kistera,"
will sppvarin their wonderful gymnastio antortalnmoata,
producing great excitement by tlielr estraordlnary sshlM
tions, A variety of miscellaneous entertainments are giraa
tverv afterni en and evening, such as can bo soen at no othel
tntiiidinhment ia the world. For full particulars nf *aok
day's performance, sea I ill* of the lay. Prieos nf aduiiasioa
?Scats in Private Boxes, rsl csnts; Orchestra Seats, with
onsl.ioned arm ohairs, 37 K conts; liuxe*. 29 cents; Gallery,
12>, cont*. *
PROFESSOR WILTON, THE ( ; t'. E A T WIZARD OFTHB
World, will comuicnce early in the fall.
Mental alciiemy.? pkof. n BROWN Williams
will continue his course of popular lecturcn on A tino*
Jiheric Elcctrii ity and Mental Alchemy, at Bleecker Huild
ings, corner t>f lileocker and II rr m streets, every evening
tins week (exoe| I Thursday at S o'clock. Ad
mission, 11", certs. Oltii e l#r i "e cure ordlsaass by his now
liMural, mechatiicltl aud electrical mode of treatment, No.
fitKi Broadway.
BRACKITT'S VARBtR GROITP OF TBS "sniP
wrerkrd Mother and Child," at, Stuyvesant Institnto,
fiflPRroadwsy, now open, (for a short time only, ) frun 'J A.
II till lit 1'. M Admiasion, 26 cents; season tii k'.ts 'i0 cent*.
MEDICAL.
DR. WllUl I, Kit UPON PILES, 38 BARCLAY STREET.
? Iir. Wheeler, from the strong solicitation of his
irk- ii <!?>, who numtrounly attested his *kill in the cure
of tiiia iii? -.-t patnfr.l disease. 'for tho tirh*. time puhl i?Iy an
nounc- s that lie i? i?r*' j ?? r??l to attend patients a*, hn office,
or at their private r? ilM'M . liii treitmont is ucknow
1 'I ns ituple, and uure-t ri? tin / in diet, n< ean bo at ?
te; t?il to hy in an j who I i?r vnii> have heon afflicted. Ad
0 v. Ii.- 1 . he con I iuueMo pr i< t >? with v real vioces*.
DR. WARP MAKES ASTOMMIINO CliRES? 8UCB
mk no other doctor ran dr?. Either a cure or geat
ameiwlmer < hef? re twenty four honri. To contract diseasa
{t ti.ade n.' r< nothibf ly his tr* itu.ent. which in soionca
perfected. It ?? *t( n?Kr it. " Tii<\ oth r vim thuds of core ura
?tr? ? " wor-t taau ti e diitoaas Office corner C^^al uirea*
Mid Broadway,
Dr. .p?h \s?\n, n; hi an l m . *. ill foki'BIt
if tailing to cure any case of disease he nndenaXafl*
IV in practice, of 'J'J y? sirs *t his present office, is na
e i aired bv mvy medical man In Nm vork. Those who raajr
contrui t djM'ate, can apply to Dr J, aith the certaioty ?f
having their cases properly treated. A perfect core, or a#
Charge.
DR. COOPKK, H OCTANE STREET, AND NEXT i'OOB
to the t h.atium liank, mav be confidently cons jJted
on T>r at ? .ihenres. His sin <'?* * hn< been such ia the treab
ment ot ?<ld ' I r "clc case* of vear Mar.dit and such as hava
1 cn cor.rid* r I im uraMe, th ? r r1 >>i .ai a of sows einlnenea
d<> not In it ate to v coniTncpd ii?ir patients t ?? Dr. C. Ha
in better known, both in and <>? t f tho profession, at tha
no ft Mi?'?>?iti practitioner it private diseases of any
oth*r in the city of New Vork. Hi- experience is there
sult of tv. erty ? '.e years di-vi t? d e&clutlvely to this spt
cii- lity ol tlie profession. Weakne-s of the ort^ans of /e ae
ration. and their train of consequences, the result of earW
imi.rt | * r ha' its, radically cured. N. II. ? No mercury jsta?
ami a perfei t cure |oirftnt?si, _____
DR. WARREN, NO. 1 MOTT ST., CONTINUES TO IB
conm lted on tho treat uien t of private dbeasos. Thirty
?even years' practice enables him to u u re nervous debility,
U in treatment is ale and speedy. Nonierenry a sod, er son
flnemen t from business required; rind oases of r"ceu * occur
rence invariably cured in from tJiree t<# tive days*
TREa fMENT.? I FLICATB
eloritv. Net* ran*
failures. Tho secret of hi.< suet . 1 ii tho unfortunate ?
i'riond, oi d r sul.sta . e that arrests disease almost as if by
miracle. It i- the only speedy s id satisfactory roeanf ef
ourc. Ollicc, corner of Canal street and Broad nay,
DR, WARP'S CNFOKTl N A T P. ' FRIEN D.-IT CI RJ?
are the best evidence, then thcro ii do m- <; .cine for
private ditcast s, t?? 1 ?* c>rnT?ared t*? t'ii^. Th' i> ludse-.n tell
you that t/iey never would havo jrot ??eli v ith'.at it. Ntw
taken by multitudes without discovery, k'l " from fcr.alea.
santnrss. Immediate death to the 'ii?ea*o. Price fl.
eoruer of Canal btreet and liroadway
DR. JOHNSON, Hi I-'"' I. STREET, 90 ?V ILL
known f- r ti.? last tm??nty-two years, lor his superior
treatment of private di*ea?r *, cu< bo consnited on any of
the t il?- v in complaints, vi/. . y pf ilitis or mer- urial ?? leers,
claaiiular ? nhir^* mcnts, a ?1 n"rvf i ? debility. Ail eaf-eg
tr? ft?^with candor, and no ohar^e utlc?s .* sure is ttt
fe^ted,
\n;w medical boors.? a practical worb oh
the N h ? vre and Tri'S * : ? rtof hi < Mm tf ' he frinatf
Organs; byli. liostwick, U. l).p practising physioiaa sod sar*
Ie? >u, and lecturer on the- c. iuplafnti. Price rtdueedta
7 Ml .'7 colored plates. Extraes fr>m th^ Ucntv u Jtfodical
and Surpkal Journal.-? "It ma> bv ?afd fesrlesiJy. to ba
Sijnal to Acton's or hieord's irr?at wt rk on t??e name imnilf
of ci*- k ch. and far superi-r to anything of the kind befor#
aiibJisiied in thi^ conn try." Author of a work *a Seerat
vice and thoir terrible c n?. ?n?ej. This is, tiitbost
doubt, the most truthful and l-ip rtant book oa tfcis sab
Jeet e\ r publish' d. Price $?. Anthorof a book #n *^atu
ralPeath, "i':t, a.e.: Fa Fitly Phy*k4an; Can?e oftjnaokery,
Be. For ^aie at 222. and of the Author. f?04 Br? ad way.
DR. WARD'S MAGfCAL
di.-ca-' S cured with unexsn. led celerity
I)
R. LA C'iOrT'i
fifteenth E<
PRIVATE MEDICAL TREArirti?
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mi'let and dl oriii-r, of vi.nt?. i* ? i-it.rity, r?mlUng h"?
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