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ta, SEE FIFTH PAGE, -eg 0OWO1UTIOI IOTIOBI. OBPORATIO* NOTICE. ? PUBLIC NOTtSB 18 hereby given lo the owner or owners, coeupantor oo aapauts of all houaes k!id lota, improved or unimproved |hJ?, sffeeted thereby. that the following assessments have tMI computed bjr the Aaituuri, and ire lodged in the ?Ace of tbe Bureau of Asaeaamenta for examination, by all miioii istereeted, vu For building Reoeiving Basins at ike intersection of Elm aid Leonard atreets. Ih? limits canbre??d by sn?h assessment, include all the several houses and lot* of gronnd, vacant lots. p'oees nud JP*r" *! of '?n<l. situated en noth aides of Leonard atroot aad Catharine-lane, aad o l the Northerly aide of Antbony street, an. Southerly of Iranklin street, between Elm street and Broadway: Mike Eaaterly eide of Broadway, between Anthony aad Leonard streets; en the Weatorly side of Elm atreet, be tween Aathony and Franklin streets; and on both aidea of Beneoa street- All persona, wbeee interests are affected by the above named assessments, and who areorpossd to them, ?I either of them, are requested to present their objections, ht writing. to the undersigned. at their oflioe. No. 4 11*11 of Beooide, wit .bin H ."?? MOTt'i ' ^ FRANCIS NICHOL.SOJ$, > Assessors. ISAAC WM. SMITH, $ Cflee, Burean of Assessments, Street Department, J nne *, IMS. _____ flORPORATTON NOTICE.? PUBLIC NOTICE IS Vy hereby given to the owner or owners, oocupant or oc ?apants ef ail fleases and Lets, improved or unimproved Lands, affected ^thereby that the following Assesameata have been completed by the Assessors, and are lodged in the ?in ef the Bureau of Aaaessments for examination, by all ?arsons interested, vis For paring Twenty-third street from First avence to the Bast river. The limits em baassii by such assessment, include all the several houses ?ad lots of gronnd, vacant lets, pieces and parcels of land, rttnated en both sides ef Twenty-third street, between Bint avenue and Bast river. All persons whose interests Me affected by the above named assessments, and who are apposed te the same, er either af tbem, are requested to yiaaeat their objections, in writing, to the tinderaigned, at Sbeir oflioe, No. 4 Hall of Records, withia thirty days from IB* date af this notice. samuil h. de mow, 1 FRANCIS NICHOLSON, > Atscsscra. ISAAC WM. SMITH, J O?o?, Bureau cf Assessments, Stkett Department, June (S IM5L CORPORATION NOTICE -PUBLIC NOTICE IS HERB by given, to the owner or owner?, occupant or occu pants ot all houses and lots, improved or unimproved lands, affected thereby, that the following assessments have been completed by the Assessors, and are lodged in the Burean of Assessments for examination by all persons interested, vis: For a sewer in Thirtysecond street, betwoen Madison and Fifth avenues. The limits embraced by such assessments faahide all the several houses and lots of gTonnd, vaeant lots, pieces and parcels of land, sitnated on both sides of Thirty aacond street, between Fifth and Madison avennes. All per aoas whose Interests are affected by the above named assess ments, and who arc opposed to the same, or either of them, are requested to preseut their objections, in writing, to the ?adorstened, at their office. No. 4 Hall of Records, withia tfaisty days ftrom the date of this notioe. SAMUEL H. DB MOTT, ) FRANCIS NICHOLSON, S Assessors. ISAAC WM. SMITH, ) Oflo* Bcrrac of Assessments, Street Department, June 8. 1861 C CORPORATION NOTICE. ? PUBLIC NOTICE IS ' hereby given to tho owner er owners, occupant or cc eupaats of all houses and lots, improved or unimproved fends, affected thereby, that the following assessments have been completed by the Assessors, and are lodged in the office of the Bureau of Aaaessments for examination by all per aons interested, vis. .?For a sewer in Pearl street, from Mate street to Whitehall street. The limits embraced by aoeh assessment includc all the several houses and lots of Kound, vacant lots, pieces and parcels of land, situated *n Mi sides of Pearl street, between Whitehall and State streets ; en tho worterly aide of Whitehall street, between Bridge and Pearl streets ; and on the southerly side of Bridge street, between State and Whitehall streets. All person* whose interests are affected by tho above named as sessments, aad who are opposed to tho same, or either of them, are requested to present their abjections, in writing, to tbe undersigned, at their (fBce. No. 4 Hall of Records, Within thirty days from tho date of this notice. SAMUEL H. DE MOTT, ) FRANCIS NICHOLSON, > Assessors. M _ ISAAC WM. SMITH, > <> Jo??? Bureau tf Arrepementa, Street Depastnant, J one D)MMb. CORPORATION NOTICE. ? PUBLIC NOTICB IS hereby given to the owner cr o wners, ooenpant or oo aapants of all houses and lots, improved or unimproved lands, affected thereby, that the following a.aessments have boon computed ky the r.ssesiers, and are lodged m the nUke ?f tho Bureau of Assessments for examination by all por nocs interested, vis: ? For raiting the east side of Centre ?troot, between Leonard and Franklin streets. The limits embraced by sueh assesament include all the several houses and lots of ground, vacant lota, piecaa and parcels of land, ?ituated en the easterly side of Centre street, between Leo nard and Franklin streets, on the northerly side of Leonard and sontkerly aide t f Franklin streets, between Orange aad Oeatre atrecta. All persons, whose intoreata arc affected by the above named aaaessments, and who are opposed to the name, or either of them, we requested to present thoir objec tions, in writing, to the undersigned, at thoir office, No. 4 ?all of &o<ordr, within thirty days from the date of this bo tiro. SAMUBL H. BE MOTT, ) FRANCIS NICHOLSON. > Assessors. ISAAC WM. SMITH, S Otficc Suveau of Assessment* Street Deiartatnt, Jqm 8, 1C62. T\EFAKTMBNT OF REPAIRS AND EUPPLIES, JUHB JLF S, lt-92 - To Builders.? Sealed proposals will be re ceived at the office of tho Commissioner of Repairs aad Sup flies, (basement No. 1 New City Hall, west end,) until Tuesday, June 15, at 12 o'clock M., at which time they will be publicly opened, for the erection of building in Book man street, to be used as a police station for th* Second District Police ; and also for alterations to building No. SU3 Twelfth street, for tho u?e of Engine Company No. 23. Builders will estimate for tho mason and sarponier work of Mth building separately. Tho plans aad specifications of tb? work required to be den*, aad all information in regard thereto, can be had at tho effib* of th* Superintendent of Repairs to Public Buildings No. IV Elisabeth street. Blank ??nmatos can be had at either office. N. B.? The ?ommdo afcraar reserves tho right to reject all or any of tho estimates. If deemed for the interest of ihe Corporation. WM. ADAMS. CoBimisslcnce of Bepaiw and Supplies. CORPORATION NOTICE? PUBLIC NOTICE IS / hereby given, that petitions have been presented in tbe Board ef Aid ermen for sewers in the following streets, to wit:? In Fourth avenue, from Twenty-fourth street t* Twenty-sixth street; in Bowery, on th* easterly side, from Broome street to Rivingtoa street; in Marion street, from Prince street northerly to head of Marion street; aad also in Chambers street, from Broadway to tbe river, or to the sewer in Warren or Greenwich streets, or through West Br?adway, at may bo most expedient. And a resolution has been presented ,n the Boara of Assistants for a recivlnz basin aad culvert at the northwest corner of Twcnt^-fifta street and Fourth avenue. All persons interested in the above, having any objection thereto, are requeated to pre aeit tbe same in writing to the Contraot Clerk, at thia of fice. on or before Monday, June 21, IK'>2.? C'roton Aqueduct Department. June 9. 1KV2. NICHOLAS DEAN, President of the Crotnn Aqueduct Department. (?VORPORATION NOTICE.? PUBLIC NOTICE IS J hereby givea, '.o the owner or owners, recupant oree? nupants, of all hcuses and lots, improved or unimproved lands, sffected '.hereby, that the following Assessments have Boon lempleted by the Assessors, and are lodged in the office of the Borean ef Aaaessments for examination by all per sons interested, vis:? For filling aad grading Thirty-second street asd Betting orb gutter stones therein, from Tenth to Eleventh avenue. The limits embraced by such asses* neat include all the several houses and lots sf ground, vacant lots, piece* and parcels ef land, situated en both sides of Thirty-second street, from Tenth to Eleveath ave nue. cn the weaterly side of Tenth avenue, southerly from Thirty second street 100 feet; and northerly from Thirty second strict, 100 feet; and en tho easterly aide of Eleventh avenue 100 feet north and south flrcm Thirty-second street. All persons whose interests are affected by the abav* named aasessmeats. 'and who ar* epposed to tbe same, or either of them, are requested to present their ob jections. ia writing, to tie undersigned, at th*ir office, No. 4 Hall of Records, within thirty 4ays from the date of thi? ae'.ioe. SAMUEL H DE MOTT. ) FRANCIS NJCHOLSCN, > Assessors. ISAAC Wu. SMITH. ) f>fllc* Burtau c? Assessments, Stre*t Department, Jun* 12, KS2. C* 0 T 0 N AQUEDUCT DEP A BTMB NT. ? TO OOlf traotcrs.? healed Proposals, endorsed proposal for building a sewer la Mercer street will be received at the office of the Crotoa Aniednct Department. (Botnnda Park), ma til Monday, the I4th day cf Juno, 1882, at 3 o'clock, P. M., to baild a sewer, with the neoessary receiving basins aad eul verts, in Mereor street, from near Grand to Spring street, being in iengtb about 938 fsst. Ths plan ef ths sewer, aa* ?pee&catioas for tho building of the same, and all other in formation relating thereto, -an be obtained ca applieatka to the Ctaira?t Clork, at th^s ta*c. NICHOLAS DEAN, President ef ths Ctoirn A, ucduci Departmcct. Jf*w Torb, Jtins 1st, 1863. CtROTON AUL'EDUCT DirARTMEN?.? TO COW > tract jrs.? Sealed proposals, sndsrsed "proposal f*t building receiving basins corner of Thirty-third struct and Third avenue," will be received at the otlleo of the Crotoa Aqowdnot Department, (Rotunda, Park,) until Moaday, the J4tb day of June, 1852. at 3 o'clock V. M., to build the neees ?ary receiving br.iins ant culverts at the easterly scraars of Thirty- third stre.-t and Third avenue, t* sonacet with ?ewer in Third ivtnuc. The plan of the work and specifica tions for the bn.ldlng ef the same, and all other Infonaatioa ?eJating 'hereto, tan bt obtained on application to the Con tract Clerk, at t;.ls cflics. NICHOLAS DEAN. President or the Crotea Aqueduct Department. Naw To an, June 2, ^802. (1 ROTON AQUEDUCT DEPARTMENT. ? TO C'ON S traders.? scaled Proposals, *ndur>cd "Proposal for hoiking a Sewer in Henry street, will be rsscivsd at the of fice of ilic Croton Aqueduot Department, (Rotunda, Park.) until Monday, the SUt day of June, 1H&2, at 3 o'clock, P. u? to build a Sewer, with the necessary receiving busing and enlverta, in Henry street, fei.m Jelrersoa to Clinton street, heeng in length aU'iiit 40') feet. The plan of the Sower, ana specifications fur '.ho building of the same, and all other in formation relating thereto, ??n be obtained on application to the Coatrutt .'jerk, at this office. NICHOLAS DEAN, 1'reiident ef .he \~retou Aqueduct Department. New Torh, June 9tb, l*.U C1ROTON AQUEDUCT DEPARTMENT? 10 CONTRAO S lor* ? Sauted i mr-'**'*, etidors?.J *' Prcrcsals f?r buUd ing a Sewer In .rand ?treet,'' will he received at the office of the Crot?n nqn<-uuct Lopartment, ( Rotnndo, I'arK. ) until Mt tiday, the 14th day of Jitcc, "Sf2. at .1 o olock, P. M., to bnild a Sewer in (irsnd a treet, from Suffolk to Easox street, being m length aliout HH f"et. The plan 1 the J.e>v?r and tpecMtcaliuns f. r the building cf the h..rne. and all other in forms' ion relatleg thori te, cun be obtained on applieation to the Contract CI. rk. at this oiR-e. ;H0l AS DEAN, Pieaid?.->t af the -.'rt'tic Aijucdu.t L'ei artueut. New Terk, .'une 3, .89fc (t ROTON AQUEDUCT DEFa RTMBN T ? TO CONTRAC > tors.? Sealed propoaals, endorsed l'rop sals for Build* irg a "ewer in Fandewater stroet," "ill be rocelvcd at ths oflioe of the CrMon Ai|U*dU0t Department. ( Rotunda, l'a*k,) "? til Monday, the Jl,t day of Jvme, 1862. at three o'e!o*k, r. M to build a Sewer, with the neceaiary iteo*iv;?g Basins anH Culverts, in Vand< Tat>r street, from Frankfort etie?t ?.<1 forty li et south of Pearl atre-t, being in length about 874 In t Tbe plan or the Sewer, and areeilicut i ins for tl<* , bin. ding r the itme, ;C(1 kll r.ther laformatien T'.lat ng thertto, ean l.e nh->Qed rn sp.liratlcin to the : nt:a t djlesk, at this eftee NICHOLAS I ) F, A N , N*w T 'rb'.'j^e'VYKM.1 A<1U'du t ******** fciTRIF.t DEPARTMENT, NO. 4 HALL OF RECORDS ? I'lihlio n' tief i,t hereby (iiven that the following Petitions have bf.on preiented n the Hoard uf Aldnrmen To fence the vacant Jot fronting on tho tenth sido of Weal Twenty ilgbth -treM, idjoiiiieg the lion?e on the southwest eornor of Broadway an 1 1 w<nty -eighth atre*t. To fene? three vacant lota |o Taetity third street, Hdlfect -ast ef Second avenue, ?B Twenty, third street To w,don state street from Battery else* to Whitehall Itnet. To fon e in tho stone yard of flaatcraon St k':niib, on avenue B.iitween Elovcnth and T? ellth ? trt. t". Ti grade Forty second street frcio Tonth avenu* to lltidaAB R r . To dig a well and ? -set a pomp In Kor'y ?ixth ticet, botrreen First and Second avenuee. To pave and set curb and gutter on Thirty fourth street, be te?cn eighth avertne mi Broadway. Aim the followieg reu.lution To rcfuUto ood repavo tha carriage way of llnaan 'treet, from lV'a?hington to H' ft stroet. All persons mti realed, having objections thereto, are re.|n*eted to pro lentll'm in writing tr. the nnicraigne.l. at his office, on Of I efoff the .'id lay of Jtijjp met. j'UIN T. SODOB, Jvic 12, IKJ. I'irtct Cotnuianoner. CORPORATION HOT1CB9. TO FI-AGGERS.? SEALED PROPOSALS WILL Bl received at the office ?f the Croton aqueduct Depart xaeat, Rotanda, Park. natil tliu 17th day of Jane, at 3 ?'?lock P. M., when they will be publicly opened, to flat; the sidewalk in Fifth avenue, from Fortieth to Forty seooad street, in front of the distributing reservoir. Thy bint North river bice stone, smooth aad oot of wind, to ke mod, of net low than two mchei thick; five longitudinal courses to ?over tho width of tbo walki no atone to contain lo?s t'.*u eleven square feet, except to piece out round tho tree boxes and hcree p-sta; jointe to be cut true and close, and m ide With good lime mortar. Before laying the walk, the i:iu> traetor will be required thoroughly to reset the curb and Sutter stones in froat, to exeat ate tke entire walk to the epth (if six inoh??, and refill the same with goad clean sand; when the work ia completed, all rubbish to be eleam 4 up and carted away, l'roposale will atate a rrioo per square foot for the walk, aud that to cover ana include every charge? the tluie required in which to do t'.io work, and the names and written consent of two sufficient sureties in a bond of $1 ,1*10. The Department reserves the right to reject all tho bids, if deemed adverae to the public iniere.-tti. N. DKaN, President. Office Croton Aqueduct Department, Jnae 7, 1W2 TO COAL DEALERS. ? CORPORATION NOTICE.? Proposals wi 1 be received by the undersigned, at the Comptroller's office, No. 5 11*11 of Records, Park, nntil the 16th day of June, 1852, for aatpplyiug Ona Thousand Tons of Anthracite Coal, ef the best quality, for the uso of the seve ral department* (except the Alms lfonsu Department), each ton to consist of two thensand pounds, and to be of the fol lowing kinds, via.:? Five hnndrud tons of Leliigk coal, egg size; Are hundred tons of Peach Orchard Red Ash ooal, en sue. Five hnndred tone of the aame to bo delivered on or before the first day of November next, ensuing, in such quantities, and at such of the police offices, station houses, public offices and fire department buildings, as may Ik directed ly the Superintendent of Repairs and Public Build ings; and tho remaining five hundred tons at such times sub sequent to the first of November next, at the places before mentioned. as direoted by the .Superintendent of Repairs aud Public Buildings. Payments to be made on th? delivery af tke coal. Tho contract will be given to the person or persons who shall offer to execute the aame on terms the most ad vantageous to the Corporation. They shall enter into bonds, with satisfactory security for the performance thereof, un der a forfeiture of twice the amount of oontract prices, in aase ef failure, which bonds are to be executed within live days after the proposals are accepted. The proposals are to be marked "Proposals for Coal," and will state th? name and place of business of the bidder. The proposals are to b? famished in a sealed envelope, endorsed "Proposals for Coal," and direoted to the subscriber, at his oflioe, in the Hall of Records, on or before 2 o'clock P.M., cf Wednesday, the 16th day of June, lHfl2, at w hich time and place the esti mates will be publicly opened. Proposals roust be made ia strict compliance with the provisions of " Title 1 1 1, of Con tracts for Supplies and Work lor the Corporation," of tli? amended ordinances. passed Hay 31, 1M9; ami al.o as amended October 25, 1849. Blank forms of estimates may he had at this office. Proposals not made in accordance with the above directions will not be consi "ered. The Comptrol ler reserves the right to Teject any or all proposals, if? in his judgment, it will be for the intcreht of the Corporation. JOSEPH R. TAYLOR. Comptroller. Comptroller's Office. New York, June 4. 1852. CORPORATION NOTICE.? PUBLIC NOTICE IS II EUR by given, that a petition has been preseuted in the Board of Assistant Aldermen, for a sewer in Third avenue, between Eleventh and Twelfth street"; ami also in eleventh avenue, from Forty-aeoond street to and through Forty- fourth street, to a point ono hundred feet w est of Tenth avenue. All perrona ii>tere?ted in the same, liaviugobjactlous thereto, ar? requested to present the sumo, iu writing to the Con tract Clerk, at this office, on or before Jnne 2Jd. IKtt NICHOLAS BEAN, Pres. Croton Auueduot Dept. Crotoa Aqueduct Department, > Rotaada, Park, June 12, 1802. ( CORPORATION NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE IS hereby given to the owner or owners, occupant or oc cupants of all houses and lots, improved er unimproved lands, affected thereby; that the followiug assessments have been eempleted by the Assessors, and are lodged in the of fice of the Bureau of Assessments for examination, by all persons interested, vis:? For regnlatiag, grading, setting curb and gntler stones, and flagging the sidewalks in Thirty fifth street, between Eighth and Ninth avenues. The limits embraced by such assessment include all the several house* and lots of groand. vacant lots, pieces aad parcels of land; ?ituated en both aides of Thirty-fifth street, between Eighth and Ninth avenues. All persons, whose interests are af fected by the above named assessments, and who are oppos ed to the same, or either of them, are requested to prosent their objeotionsin writing, to the undersigned, at their of floe, No. 4 Hall of Records, within thirty days from the date ef this active. SAMUXL H. DB MOTT, ) FRANCIS NICHOLSON. > Assessor*. ISAAC WM. SMITH, } Offioe, Bureau of Assessments, 5tre?t Department, June 12, im. | _ CORPORATION NOTICE. ? PUBLIC NOTICE IS hereby given, that petitions have been presented to tho Common Council, for the following sewers, to wit: ? iu tho Board of Aldermen, for a sewer in Gansevoort street, from the North river to tho intersection of Fourth and Uanso voort streets; and in tho Board of Assistant Aldermen, for a sewer in Grand street, from Bridge to Suffolk streets, aud in Broome atreet, from Columbia to Ludlow street. All persons interested in the same, having objections thereto, are requested to present the same in writing to the Contract Clerk at this office, on or before Jane 25, 1*52. NICHOLAS DEAN, President Croton Aqueduct Department. Croton Aqueduct Dcp't, Rotunda, Park. June 14, 1S52. C CORPORATION NOTIC 8.? PUBLIC NOTICB 18 ' hereby given, that ? petition has been presented ia the Board of Assistant Aldermen, for a Sewer in Spring street, between Clarke and Greenwich streets. All I arsons interested, having objection* thereto, are requested o present the aame in writing to th? Engineer, at this tffice, en or before June 21st. NICHOLAS DEAN, President. Croton Aqueduct Department, June 10, 1802. CROTON AQUEDUCT DEPARTMENT.? TO CON traetors.? Sealed proposal*, endorsed proposal for building a receiving basin, corner ef Delancy and ChrysHs streets, will be received at the office of the Croton Aqneduot Department, (Rotunda Park), until Monday, the 14th day ?f Jnne, 1852, at 3 o'clock, P. M., to "onild a necessvy re ceiving basin and culvert on the southeast corner of Dtdan cy ana Chrystie streets. The plan of the work and specifi cations for the building ef the siaae, and all ->ther i a forma tion relating thereto, can be obtained on application to the C entrant Clerk, at this office. NICHOLAS DSaN, President of the Crotoa Aqueduct Department. New York. June 3. 1H62. * * CROTON AQUEDUCT DEPARTMENT.? TO CON traetors.? Sealed proposals, endorsed "Proposal for Bailding a Sewer in Nassau street." will be received at the offiee of the Croton Aqueduct Department, (Kitunda, i'ark,) until Monday, the 21st day ?( Jnne, 1H52. at 3 o'clock P. M.. to bnild a Sewer, with the necessary receiving t asina and enlverts, in Nassan street, fro* Ann street to 1W feet soath of Beekman street, being in length about 225 feet. The plan of the newer, and specifications for the building ef the same, and all ether information relating thereto, can be ?btained on application to the Contract Clerk, at this office. NICHOLAS DEAN. President of the Croton Aqueduti Department. New York, Jnne 10, 18&2. STREET DEPARTMENT, NO. 4 HALL OF RECORD 9^ Publio notice is hereby given, that the following petition has been presented in the Board of Assistant Aldermen To react eurb and gutter, aad grade sidewalks, in Jame* atreet, between Chatham and Madison atreet*. Also the following resolution :? To flaj? the westerly, sidewalk ef Gonverneur street, between Henry and Divisio n streets A'l person* interested, having objections thereto, are requested 1 3 preient them, in writinc, to tho undersigned, at lus cffice, on or before the 22d day or June instant. June 12. 1852. JOHN T. DODGE. Street Ccm'r. STREET DEPARTMENT, NO. 4 HALL OF RECORDS. ? Public notice is hereby given, that the following pe titions have been presented in the Board of Aldermen : ? To pave Ninth avenae from Forty- third tj I'irty-tifth street ; to flag lidewalk* of Greenwich avenue, from Seventh avenue to Twelfth street, where not already flagged : to ere.-t a pump in Broome atreet, between Eldrige ana Allen ?treats. Also, 4he following resolution :? To aet now enrb and gutter, and relay sidewalk* with flagging in Rivlugton street, betwem from Bowery to Christie street, an! in the Bowery, from Nd. 205 to No. 213. All persons .nterosted, having objections thereto, are requested tc present tbcmiu writing, to the undersigned, at his offije, on cr tcfora the 24th day of J?ne. Inst. ? June 14. 1852. JOHN T. DODOE, Street Commissioner. STREET DEPARTMENT, NO. 4 HALL OP RECORDS.? Public notice is heMby given, that the following reso lutions have been presented in the Board of Assistant Alder Ti> pavo Thirty-eighth street, from Third avanne to river; to pave the carriage way ?f First avenue, from ity- eighth to Thirty-fourth atreet; to regulate aad grade ralks of Ninth avenue, froan fifty-second to Fifty -third presented - , men. To pavo Thirty-eighth street, from^ Tfurd avanne to East ri " 1 " "* * Twenty sldewal . . atreet. All peraons interested, having object. sas thereto, are reqaestea to preaent them in writing to the ucd<rsigned, at his office. ?n or before the 21st day of June next. Jnne 10 1852. JOHN T. DODtlE. etrect Cemcisslocer. STREET DErARTMENT, NO. i"nTLL Of REToRD?^ Pnblit notice ia hereby givee. thr.t the following peti tion* have been presented In -he Board of Aldormea. To fence vacant lots on Fourth avenue, tetween Twenty-fifth and Twenty sixth streets. To .^pec. grade and regulate Sixty- third itreet. between Eighth and N nth avcnnei. All persons interested, having objections tbtret}, are requested to present them in writing to the undeisigcco^at tis office, on or before the 21st day of Juno next. June 10, 18621. JOHN T. DCLVE, Stmt Cf M-ltsi. net. HTnCA-Ia. Musical. ? boston piANoroRTusT? the largest assortment of 1'iar.ca in thU 'lty .a to be fouad at tne ware-rooms of T. Gilbert ft -'o., Kn, 133 Broad way. corner ef Anthony street, iMllItt Broadway Bank aaa Theatre, and will be sold at great bargains. They have the metallic frame, and are warranted to stand any cli mate. Dealers aupplied on rery liberal terms. Also, Gil bert's Cottage it Boudoir Plaaos, tonvon.ei.t for iuiall (noire, for (tie low, and warranted. HOR4.CE WATER", *ol* Apent. Piawos.? Twenty >econd-hatd Pianos to rent cheap, er for sale at the following writes : One at $i0, sae at $50. one at $S5, one at $!0, one at $100, one at $1 IA, three at $125, twe at$l30, two $!.V>. two $140, three $1A0; rr.e *o;iaw Piano. $220. one do $2-10; ene Prince fc Co.'* Melodises $50, one $35, ona $65, >ne f H5 ; ce Boudair Piano, $190. ? PIANOFORTES.- A tlOOD ASSORTUENT OF NEW and second hand Pianoforte*, for sitlc or to 1st by (.EIB It JACRSON, 499 Broadway, on? do c arovc the Art Union Rooms. ITALIAN VIOLIN STRINGS - JI. ST RECEIVED, A fresh supply of luperior Italian Violin Htrir^s. for sale in quantities to suit purchasers, by tlEltt k J A 'K30N, 499 Brsadway, one door above tho Art Union rooms. KBSTRl'CTIOSft. MUSICAL.-8IO.NORINA ELIZA VALES TIKI, THI prima donan, professor in slagiig, nincoforte and tho rongb bnae. has tho honor to irferro the musical lad:** that she will be ia New York all summer. She teashes, aad aaa be seen at her own private rordcnce, Nr>. 19 Lndlow place, Houston street corn?r Macdougol, Mocdays, Wednesday! and Fridays, from 10 A. W. till 7 P. M. DAILY TEACHIR.? A 1ADY WEO HAS BEEN Suc cessfully engaged in teaching for some Tears past ia this city, wishes to attend one cthar family. She Inatruots in Music ( Piano and Singing). French sad German, with the naual routine of an Rng'lsh sdncation. ?b? highest re ferenece will be furnished. Address "Jnne,'' *tre er Messrs. Willreer h Rogers, Nassau street, joraer if Liberty. SPAN I SF LAN f.T'AOg.- A. DE ?. BARZ, P RO FESSO E ef the above language, having a few b: urs disencaged, will devote them in giving lessons at his i-ffieo, or to any part ef the city; and will also mak? 'ranslations with sor yectnaas and I'unctuallfy. Ad l?e?s 2.H9 Brcadway, eoracr ef Reade atreet, room No. 9flrat floor. A LADY jrST~ARRIVED>ifOM ENGLAND WISHES for an engagement as either daily or rosident Gover ness. She teaches musi : w'.th the usual routine f a sound and polite English eiu at!.>n Salary not ao much an ob ic> t as a "orr.fortablo homo. The advertinr beiup a widow lady, would not object t ? take linrga of young ohildron. Moft satisfactory referen-es ran be given. A.llross Mrs. Mid ban, m Llipanard ttrn1". He N H '. WELLS AND KISSV-TIR. (MADAME II. Giavlli ) s utiune to impart Insiructiana in .tha fashionable Pansis le cftlon, at thsir academy. 659 Broad way. By their slinp'o math id f ttaohing, a ft* lesson* win i, office for any !*>ly ^r ganMenian to acquire a graauful and easy style of sxecutin^ a:l Ike | ? pnlar parlor daneea. TO PRINTKM. T^O PRINTERS? FOR SALE. A I, AH R KVDRACMO ,, "tending Press, aad s .uoar r^j." 1 Washington 1 *od Sca'k cK<ia&'.""'A*W*W*M ftu-'l4U" W 10 *? *? TO PRINTERS? a GREAT VARIETY OF WO' 1 ND Metn Ivpefor^Me A s it hae l.een in uso for s n * i eu SSKJKfe? iSSSf" """ in" '? "? ?nrpimfo. l^OR LI VER POOL? UNITED STATES MAIL SfEAM A ship BALTIC, Capt. Joseph J. Comstufk.? Thi* steam ship will depart with the (Jolted Stat*# Mail) fur Europe positively . in Saturday. June 2t>th, at 12 o'clock. M., I'mm ncr berth at the foot of Canal street. No horth secured till paid for. For Freight or Passage, having unequalled ac commodations for elegance and comfort, apply to EDWARD K. COLLIN? fc CO., 5<i <r?U street. The stoaiuahip Paottie will suocesd the Baltic, and tail Jul j 10th. THE BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN ROYAL Mail S'eiui)ii? ? Between New York and Liverpool direct, and between Boston aud Liverpool, tie Boston skip* ?n I}' railing at Halifax to l*bd and restive malls and pa? tec re r ? ARA BIA, Capt . PERSIA, Ca?t. . AFRICA, C.ipt. Harris?*. ASIA, ('apt Judkia*. EUHOPA, Capt. Lott. NIAGARA, Capt. Stoat. AMERICA, Capt. Snanaoa. CANADA, Capt. Lang. CAMBRIA, Capt. Leitch. Tlupe vessels earry a clear w hite light at mainmaat kead| green en the starboard; rod on port. Alia Jndkias., .from N. York. Wednesday. .Jane 16, 18M Amoricn.Shaanon.froni Boston. . Wednesday.. June 23, 1^1 Enrosa.. .Lott from N. York. Wednoadjay..Jnne SO, 18M Niagara.. St. ne. . from Honton . W?d"nesaap,.Jiily 7, 180$ Afri' a. ..Hamsun. .from N. York. WednoadtfCJuly 14, IHfil Canada, .Lang. .. .from Boaton. .WednesdB'.:July 21, UBS Aaia JudUna. .from N.York. Wedneaday..July >8, 1801 Panax* from New York or Boit?> to Urit(Ml ? IM Cabin, 912th Second Cabin, 170. No berth seenstd until raid for. Freight will be oharged en specie beyond aa anovat IM personal expenses. An experienced surgeon oa board. All latter* aud newspapers aui past Uroagb the Peal Office. For freight er passage, apply to E. CUNARD, 4 BewHag Great. Watohbs.? By order ef the British Treasury, watekea e< foreign manufacture bearing the names er marks ef English aianafaetnrera, will be hereafter admitted in England tat transitu for the United States and other eeantries. la eo? sequonce ef which, French and Swiss watoties may be shipped at Havre fer New Vork or Boston, via Liverpool, witneat Incurring the risk, as heretofore, ef being aeleed by the Bag lihli Custom House. Preach. German, and ether foreign good a received and brought ia ooinmoa with British gi ?dg, Through bills ef adlnt arc rivca in Havre ar New York. STEAMER FOR LIVERPOOL, ON THURSDAY, JULY 8.? The well known and favorite steamship SARAH SANDS, 1,500 tons burthen, W. C. Thompson. Esq., Com mander, will leave her dock at pier No. 4. North river-for Liverpool, oa Thursday, July 8, at twelve o'clock. This steamer has very aupcrloraceommodations in stats room!, for Ant aud second cabin passenger*. For freight or pat sage, apply to J. HOWARD b JON, Agenti, 34 Brojtdway._ OCEAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY.? FOR Bremen, via Southampton ? The United States mail steamship HERMANN, Edward Higgins, V. S. N., comman der, will leave for Bremen, toachlng at Southampton to land the mails and pawengers for England and France, ea Saturday. June 19. at 12 o'clock, M.. from pier No. .1 North river. Price of parage from New York to Southampton or Bremen i First cabin, main saloon, flJO; firatoahin, lower ?a oon, $100:; second cabin, $00. An expericnoed surgcen is attaohed to the skip. All lettera must pana through the Poat office. Specie delivered in Havre aad London. For passage or freight, apply to MOLLER. SANI) fc RIERA, Agents, 20 Soathstreet. The atcamship Washington will succeed the Uermaaa, em the 17th July. REDUCTION IM FARES BETWEEN PHILADELPHIA aud Liverpool.? The Liverpool and Philadelphia Steam ship Company intend sailing their new steamships as fol io* a S FROM PHILADELPHIA. City of Glasgow Saturday, June M City ef Manchester Saturday, July 17 City of Glaagow Saturday, Aug. 14 City of Manchester Saturday, Sept. 4 City of Glasgow Saturday, Oct. 9 PROM LIVERPOOL. City of Manchester Wednosday, Jaae 28 City of Glasgow Wednesday, July 31 City of Manchester Wednesday, Aug. 11 City of Glaagow Wednesday, Sept. 8 City of Manchester Wednesday, Sept. 29 City of Glasgow Wednesday, Oct. 2F Rates of passage from Philadelphia:? Saloon in single state rooma, $P0; in donhle state rooms, $65; in forward state rooms, $55? including provisions and steward's fees For freight or passage, apply to THOMAS RICHARDSON, 41 Exohamge place. N.Y.; or No. 9 Walant street, Philadelphia. A limited number of third class passengers will be tukea at f 20 from Philadelphia, and $30 from Liverpool? found With provisions. UNITED STATES MAIL 8TXAM8HIP COMPANY, connecting with thu Pacific Mall Steamship Company ? Only through line for California and Oregon vjk Aspinwall ai d Panama. ? By order <>i the Postmaster General, the great California and Orogon mails arc to ho despatched on the .Oth and 20th of each month, direct for Aspinwall; and on the !Hh and 24th via Uavana. Wnen these dates occur on Sunday, the sailing to bo postponed until the following Monday. The Pacific Mail Steamers are to be in readme** for immediate derpatch on arrival of the mails at Panama. Agrocable to the above, tho splendid new and double eugiue United States mail steamship ILLINOIS, the fastest stoainor in tho world, 2,600 tons burthen, 11. J. llartsteno, U. 8. N.. com insndcr, will sail on Monday, Juno 21st, at 2 o'clock P. M., precisely, from pier at foot ef Warren street, North river; and tho Cherokee. Lt. Davenport, commander, will be de spatched on Thursday, 24th ? transferring her mails and nas sengers at Havana to tho steamship El Dorado, for Aspin wall. The I'acitio Mail Steamship Company's ma-ruifitient steamer GOLDEN GATE, 2,500 tons, Carlisle P. Pat terson, U. S. N., commander, will bo in roadines* at Panama to reccivo the lllinois's and Cherokee'a mails and paseeagers, and sail immediately for San Francis co. The Illinois requires but seven and a half days to P'rform her trip to Aspiuwnli. The Isthmus transit, per railroad, lie.. In reduced to abont one and % half; and the Golden Gate s time from Panama being less than twulve days, the whole trip, barricgunavoidable delay or accideutf, may be accomplished in twenty two to twenty-live days. RATasor Fare to Aspihwall. Ladies' Saloon, State Room $iir> Lower Aft and Forward Saloon, State Rosm ... jj Second Cabin Standees, to Steerage 35 Passengers will be landed at the rnilroad wharf, at Aspin wal .free Transit ef the Isthmus at the passenger's ex peine. Perrons securing through passage by the 1,'nited States mail ateiwets from New York, have preference of acc >ran?? dation on board the Pacifi: mail steamers. Rates of fare from Panama to San Francisco on the most favorable urm<. For freight or p&s>a;e, apply to CHaHLE ' ?. WiUT>iLY, at the oSceol the companies, 177 West st.-eel, cor?>r ot Wanen, New York. FOR SAN TRAXCISCO ? ON SATURDAY, JULY 10 st 3 o'clock P. M., from the loot of North Moore street, N.R ? The aew and splendid double engine steamship CI'1'1 OF PITTSBURG, 2.400 tons burthen, Wm. C. Stotesbory, eommander. will positively sailfor S?a Francisco, touohing at Rio, Valpraiso and Panama, on Saturday, Jnly 10, at .i o'clock P. M. This steamer has superior accommodations, is well ventilated, and otherwise fitted for tho trade. It ia eoifldentl? expected that she will make the passage in tlid ahnrtest time on record, thna offering a rare eUanee t<> fa milies and others who wish to avoid the crowded ships via the Isthmns. as enly a limited number of passengers will be taken. A small quantity of freight will also I o taken. Ar rangements have been ma le with the owners of she new Steamship Uacle Sam. ( 1 ,H0O tons.) now bnilding, te make a through connection, and she will soon take her plaee in the lin>. For freiubt or passage, apply to TnOMAS RICBARDSON, No. 41 Exchange rlsee, ?r to E.MILLS, 51 Certlandt street, agent of tho UneleSam. NOTICE TO SHIPPERS AND PASSENGERS FOR San Franclsjo and Valparaiso. ? The steamship CITY OF PITTSBURG, will be at her berth, from Philadelphia, cn the 23d inat., and he prepared to receive a small quantity of light freight for either of the above ports, Through to ban francisco, at reduced rates. New York and San FrancLico Steamship I.iae. The new and aplendid steamahip UNITED SVATES, 1,500 toaa burthen, diaries C. Berry, Commander, will tako her departure for Aspinwall, Navy Bay, on Fridav, 2d July, at 3 P. M.. conneotlng at Panama with the new donhle < ngine steamship WIM'lEI D SCOTT, 2,100 tons burthea. Keui.ey Couillard Commander, which steamer await* tlie arrival of passengers at Panama by the United States frrmNew York, and Immediately thereafter preoeeds to San Francisco di rect, without stoppage at intermediate porta. These vessels, in accommodations and safety, are not surniased bv any ea this rente, and an experienced surgeon ia attached to each veesel. The United States has made the voyage between New York and Chagres in seven days nineteen hnnra; and the W infield Scott performed the voyage between New York and Panama in the shortest time on record, both as to run ning and actual time from port to nort. Books now open, and tbrrugb tickets for sale. Apply to DAVIS. BROOKS * CO., General Agents, 28 Beaver street, vr JONES It JOHN SO!?, 104 West street, corner of Liberty street, rateecgera ly the United. States will disembark alongside the wharf at A -pin wall, and take the Panama Railroad, now opened nearly to Gergona, thus avoiding the rink attendant upon landing ji boat! at Chagrti, aad tke river RArigattoft toGergona. EMPIRB CITY LINE-THROUGH TO SAN FRA.V cisco at greatly reduced rates ol fa-e for oahin and rteerage passengers.? The new aud st'.enild double engine fteamship SIERRA NEVADA, 1,R00 t,ns. J. D. Wilson, Esq., commander, will leave her dock, p>r No. 3. N. R., for Aspinwall, Navy Bay, direct, ?n Saturday. July Mt, at 3 c'cioek P. M., eonnecting at Panama with the tavorite steamship New Orleans. Edgar lr?k< niun, ewmmanler, which steamer will take the puaeugera by the Sierra Ne vada from New Tork, and imnsedia'ely thereafter rrooeeg Vo San Francisco diroct. These veFSelt, in acconsmodatiens, safety and ventilation, are act surpassed by cuj on thia route, and an experienced surgeon is attached to each alilp. Pasaengers per Sierra Nevada will be .anded at thenilroad wharf at Aspinwall, free. Books now open, and through tickta for sale. First cabin state rooms, |255; second cabin state rooms, $205; steerivge, $1(>0. For freight or passage, apply to J. HOWARD it SON, Agents, 34 Broadway, UNITED ST A TBS MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY. For New Orleana. v.n Uavana. the splendid ??oamthip CHEROKEE, J.OCW tona, II. K. Davenport U. S. .Navy, commander, will sail from the pi t at foot of lVarren atroet, N. R , on Thursday, June 24tn, at two o'clock. P. M., pre. ciselv. Rates of passase to Havana and New Orlosns ? New'Arrangement? Ladies' aaloon berths, $70; forward do. do.. $50;*steetage de. do., $20. Specie only tikon on fr?i<)it to Havana. Freight taken to New Orleans at 40 cents per eulic foot. Shippura of freight are reipissted to supply themselves with tlio company's bills of lading, which may he had on application at the office. No other form will he signed. No bills of lading signed after the ship has sailed. Fer freight or passage aptdy to M. O. ROllERi'S, 177 Weat street, corner Warren street. FOR NEW ORLEANS. DIRECT. ? TI1E NEW DOUBLE engine steamship WILLIAM PBNN. James MarVs eommander, will leave Pier 8, Eaat river, for the abovo p< vt, dircot, on Tuesday, June 22d, at 4 o'eloek P. M. This ship has elegant accommodation* fer passenger*. Passage ia cabin state room, $00. Passage in stoerage $25. For freight er passage apply on hoard, or to Thoma* P. Stanton. M South street, or to E. Lincoln Si Co.. 120 Pearl street. Mea surement good* 25 eenta per foot. Bills of lading will bo fur nished to shippers oa application to tho olerk on board, ev the office of the agenti, and signed r nly on board. The strata ship BENJAMIN F BAN KLIN will succeed the William Fena. IHlR NORFOLK, PF.TERSBI RG. AND RICHMOND.? The United States Mnil Fteamship ROANOKE. L. I'ur ri.?h, roast-r, will sail from Pier 13, Nort'i River, on Satur day n?xt, the lilth inst., at 4 o'clock P. M. P>'sa->' and fate to Norfolk, state ro< m inc lude, I, Jh. I'jsssan an. I fare to Petersburg and Richmond, state r>om included. $10. Bills of lading signed only on heard. For Trei.-lit, nr-'lv on board. For passage, to LUDLAM.k PLEASANT-i, -3 Front af reet, near Old slip. IJOR SAVANNAH ?UNITED STATES MAIL LINE ? . The new end superior steamship ILORIIi.t. rhomat Lyon. Captain, will leave on Saturday, June 1'Jtli, at 4 ti clock 1'. M., from Pier 4, North river. At 1 y to Vl.J l, L. MirCHlLL. 1WI Front street. The ALABAMA, C. D. Ludlow, Captain, will leave oa Saturday, June 26th. For speed, strength, accommodations, anu faro, then* ships have ao superiors on the ocoaa. i;oR PORT PHILLIP AND SYDNEY, AUSTRAL1 A.? J The A I /-Upper ship J. W'. FANNIN. Captain N'orsia, will sail a* e'?ove on thefith Jely. Her unequalled aneoin moJatlons are all npon tho main deck; state rooms light and airy, and peculiarly dssirablo fer families An expo riencod surgeon will ho on board. Fer freight or passage, apply ;e RUSSELL & NORTON, II old -'.ip, or ILL JOT ARKELL It CO., 146 Pearl street. TO' llll' 111 ' LPETtS.- HO' is A 1.9 WILL B? RE ce ,'d by th ucs ? ry 1 ra. it Company of Nlcaragwn, at their oflice. No. I '.'al .'ni' .? w Vers, for the ean rt ruction ufa ioi" b?a?, o: the follov'ng .le rlption :? Length, 1/4 'eet; bea , It loot, i">ld, 7 fc cylinder. 32 feel ? < ig! feet . .luk.; hop r. fee* long, 1 1 icet ?? Ide io front, vl!;>? fi 5 f' .U The ,-i. ? ?? wi !"? . iirnisheu -y tho cjm- ( pa. ). App:J( In iHiiher "art 'tlnv, tc ISAAC C. LEA, S?o 'J. I inirppwo. Vandfrbii.t link? special notice to cali forma pasencera. ? Important reduction lor nloWp fnre enlv J I '"*1 for a through ?i< ket, including inula hire ana transportation across th? Isthmus ?The fevorito double en gine si. -m-hip PKOMETIIICS. I.SilOton*. willleave Pier No. 2. North River at S o'clock, P. M., precisely, on Saturday, J ii n' 1!', for San Juan <lel Vorte. connecting with the Paeitie stcan.er oa the Nicaragua transit route, having but twelve miles of isad transportation These steamers are unsur pasnd iii their accommodations for passengers. and with the increased facilities for crossing, passenf ? :rs can rely upon goin.- through without detention. I'or information or pas sage *pply at the offioe. No. !) Batter; place, np stair*. II B. ALLEN. Agent. F('l< SAN I RANCISCO limrrT-TIII MAGNIFICENT Clip) r?lnp H ILLiAM II II ARBE' K, now near ready for sea. can accommodate a few in' re passengers, with tin gle or dnnble berths, If early application la made on board, pier 11, >'?rth river; or t? llL'TLElt BROTHERS. 163 and 118 South street. 1,1 OR AUSTRALIA, PORT PHILLIP, AND SYDNEY.? The new A No. I New York built clipper, ROBERT MILLS. will nail on the lllth July. She has nne>|iall<d ac commodations for cabin, second cabin, and steeraire rn<n n E*. Apply to RC8BELL M NORTON, 31 Old Slip, or MOT. ARK ELI. fc CO., I4g Ponrl street. FOR RIO JANEIEO AND VALPARAISO.-?* NEW d' ible engine steamship CORTES, 1.M00 tons burthen, T.B Cropper, commander, will depart for the above porta ?a Thursday, fir <t Jay ef J uly ensaiag. For catnap te above ports, having spleadid accommodation, apply te DAVIS. BROOKS A CO.. X8 Reaver street. Gold i ooldH gold hi- that fast sailing brig RADIUS Mil* for the A net rail an Gold Mine* di rect, eu 24th init. For freight or passage apply early to ?. SANDERS k CO., awners, 28 Warren *treot. She lies at the foot af Barclay (treat. Berth rivec. UlCBLLANBOri. Bay rum.- to barbers and others.-a choice article uf Bay Rum, by the demijohn or single gallon, for sale by JOHN W. A VERY, SOO Water atreet. Gold fens.-a. a. bagley a co? m anffactv rert of Geld Pan* and Panall Caaaa, and patenteea ef the celebrated Extension Caaaa, Not. it Maiden frit and in (Irving Bona*) Brand way. SUGAR PLANTERS VISITING NEW YORK ARB IN vited to examine the celebrated centrifugal Sugar Ba ch i.es now ta operation at the Glebe Iron Work*, Thirty third street, near Tenth avenna, where aim may be seen m ?on rue of construction, Sugar Mills, Engine*, Vacuum Fan*, fce., with al! their latest improvement*. Broadway urf Fourteenth (treat atace* run ta the werki. G. B. HART80N k ?0. Rich french paper hangings.? thos. fayb it Co.. N o . 481 Pe arl street, near Madiaon atreet, have just reaolved, dtreet from the best Frenah factories, all the newest styles and pattern*, snitatlo for the deeoration af the finest l onae*. They are so arranged in *er?ens, as t* girc a perfect idea of their effect when on the walls. Tha most artistic workmen attend to the retail department. THOMAS FAYE & C?.. ::t0 Pearl street. DAGUERREOTYPES-TUB SCALE PLA1E3.? 1 plates are superior to all others. They are perfectly smooth and even, and take an easy polish. Thaailveroa them is thick and absolutely pure, which is a very great ad vantage, We warrant then to five to daguerreotypes tha richest tone that enn be obtained. For salo at tke sol* ngeat'*_, VICTOR BISHOP, 23 Maiden lane. Green turtle just received, pbr sohooncr Arctic, from (Jreen Turtle Bay, a largo lot af Groeu Turtle, by M. ROGERS it Co., 27 t'ulton Market whii h tl "y offer clieap, for cash. IRON BEDSTEAD WAREBOOM, MS BROADWAY, above Spring street, where can be scon all sir.es, fitted up ready, with tho mattresses fitted on, Sic. All prices to t nit. Also tho healthy Spring Mattressos, at half the usual cost. Marble top Pier and Sofa Tables, Sic., cheap. TO ENfJRA VERS AND OTHERS? FULL PARTICU lars sent to any address of a re:antly discovered pro cess to take exact nopies of engravings, letters and like ar ticles, (either in ink or pencil) on wood, pa per or linen, in two minutes. Address, enclosing twenty-live cents. En graver, box 3451 Post Office. UPSON'S CAPITOL.? THIS FAVORITE SALOON IS known by the above title, and kept by the subscribers as an Kitting llouse, where the puhlio can always liud eve rything that the maikets afford. Experienced cooks and polite waiters will always be found at this estab lishment. Meals Kent out to order at all reasonable hours. Game and nil other dishes will be served up in a stvle un surpassed by any similar establishment in this city. Thank ful for past favors, and hope for a continuance of the same, with lis many ni w ones as may see tit to call and satisfy themselves that the above is nut oftlou.ated to deceive the most fastidious. A. A. It L. M. UPSON. Notice.-tiie astor shooting gallery, nos. 14 and lti Vesey stroet, and No. Barclay street in tha rear of tho Astor House, is now open. Air. .lohn Travis, the proprietor, having fitted up the gallciy with entirely new targets, furniture, Ac., flattern himself that he can now furnish to tha lovers of pistol shooting a plaoe where they can enjoy their favorite sport with comfort as well as plea sure to themselves. Mr. Travis is not only ready to ?nve in s'ruction to gentlemen wishisg to aciiniro the art ef sharp shooting, bat also etrcrs his services to those wishing to pur ahase firearms of any kind, as his long experience enables him to furnish to any purchaser the beet quality of artkla that the market affords Those going to Calitta'nia would do well te giva Mr. Travis a cull, lis his intimate knowledge of every kind of revolver, and the proper method of loadlug them, caahles him to rarchase to advantage, aud i;ive lu e' ??>;??' ien in the use of them. rpo HORSE OWNERS, HORSE3HOEING SMITHS. feC.? X 1 have, for three years putt, made and sold to .jtage pro prietors, stable keepers, and others, Physic Balls, Condition lulls. Blister snd Digestive Ointment, in. be , mid not in a eing'c instance have 1 heard complaint, but many, whoseox perleice of the Ftablr has been a life's length, have stated, and are willing to certify, that there medi;inesarc the truost and best they ever saw in nse. Thankful for the post, I will endeavor to deserve the future. The medicines are forward o.i to any part of the city or vieiaity, to order, and are for sale, w holesale and retail, at Scott llrnthcra, 21 Lexin^t^n avenue, Hull's lloud Horse Market, and of the Pronri itor. WM. MILES, Veterinarian, Lafayette pla-e. WONDERFUL, WONDERFUL.? DR " KELLINOER'8 Liuin.ent la the great American remedy; it is delightful in i.ta action, working like a al arm in etiriug every oIass nl t I e. poin or weakness, in male or female, with either sex. a ? ? < rt nil. as it is nted. It has been ten yearn before the pub li ; its tirst lrl? nd? are its l.est; l?. dnan nut cure for a day, but for yo\:r whole lift It Is so really pleasant that it ha* b*'CiuM so Indispensable of ?.he nnrsory and the toilet. CUildicn like it. It fiit'i all i e-vousand spasmodic trouble* instantly, in old oryouag. rati ers, mother*, andgunrdian*, *s you value life, ?i.> not fall to keep tliH remedy alwnys In the house. The l.r-t funillies in the land use it. and never allow .-Ives to be withontit. Tliia la no dirty greasy mesa; the ijnattity is much lorger, and is tfn times cheaper than a?y otl.cr remedy offered for sale. Rheumitism and geti?J of tl irty year* itsnding, aid scrofula for ten years, w ithout 'lightest return. This i? its great leading fea ture, cnrlng and deligHting yon for lifo. Don't fail te eall snd see our w onderfnl cures of every clais and character be fore you buy any of the humbugs of the day. Depots ? 2.'*) Pearl street and <!7t> Broadway; also at Jolly's Mnsic Store, 3(0 Broadway; Mrs. Hays, ooruer of Sands and Gold streets, HrooVlyn. In very lar^c bottles at $1 each; *9 a docen? cash invariably. _ A CERTAIN CURE FOB TUB PILES.? HA VINO BEEN severely afflicted lor more than twenty-tivo years with Piles, and having used a variety of medieiaes withont relief, I tad almost abandoned the hope of any benefit. I was ad vised a few weeks since, by Han. Eaekldl Baeoa, to make use of Ditshett's Spanish Spcciflo for the Piles, prepared at No. S7 Rossevelt. street, 'sow York, and on the very lirst trial was immediately relieved, and by the use of only half a Ik ttle. considered myself perfectly cured. From the effect it has had upon me, being now seventy-three years of age. I would confidently recommend it to all who have ever suf fered with that excruoiating disease. WILLIAM ALVERSON. ElPRESfl A0?Gni. Adams & co.. office no. so Broadway.? ex. p. ess for California, Oresoa, and the Saadwich Islands, by the U. S. Mail Steamer ILLINOIS, on Monday, June -1st, lr.'i2.? Rate* Reduced.? Our next regular Express for Cali fornia Oregon, etc., via Panama, will be dcspatchc 1 by tho U. S. Mail steamer Illinois, for Aapinwa'l, Navy Bay, direct, on Monday. June 21st, at 2 o'clock, P. M. Through, asusnal, in charge of one of onr own trusty and efficient fi -i*htagcnta and a special messenger. Shippers for California will bear in mind that this is the only Kxnres* bavin? their own es tablithed Freight Agents and Messengers, who accompany their freight through to its destination, constantly going and returning with the regularity of the mails. Another groat advantage claimed by our Express, and a very important one to the shipper, is the fact that, by an arrangement with the Pacific Mail Steamship Company, onr express freight tr.ki* precedence of all other, from Panama to ,;an Fran cisco. on the U. 8. nail steamer*, thereby avoiding the risk of detention in thclsthmrs. Having onr own office* in Sun Francisco, Sacramento, Stockton, Sonora, Nevada City. Mv ryivillc, and agencies in all other important places in Cali ti rnia, with expresses running to all the wining distriets, a* also to Oregon and the Sandwich Islands, we are enabled to transpert freight, packages, parcels, specie, noli! dust and valuable* of every description, with unrivalled despatch and se-uiity. aud upon tho most reasonable lerms. All freight to go forward by our Expiess on the 21sl instant, should be delivered to us, with invoices, before the day of ailing, to enil.lc 'is to comply with the government order lor cording and sea'ing. Small paraels aud despatches will be received until 1 o'clock P. M., on the day of steamer's de parture. Everything miut be in water proof vendition, and no packnie should exieed II.". lbs. weight, or fe^t cubic mt uturcment. No charge to shi; pers ly ourline for Custom House fees or Consular eertilcates. ADAMS & CO., No. 59 Broadway. BERFORD It CO. '8 GREAT CALIFORNIA, OREGON, Sandwich Islands, and South American Express, will be despatched per steamer Illinois, Juno 21st, fo connect with the Golden date, the fastest steamships in the world, tlrough in twenty days, in charge of OHr own special me* *e tigers. Shippers will bear in mind that onr freight arent*. Messrs. VV. Ntlsnn St Co., on the Isthmus are always ahead. >ee Panama Herald of May 21. Wc also have our arrange ments with the Pa ific Mail Steamship Company, which ensile us to alwayssond all eur cxnross gocds, ana if others hnvc a precedence, ofe ;urse their freight will be at the bot tom <f the ship, which, perhaps. *coounts for the reason of cur Irclpht being always t-eing d"livered ahead of all others at I'raneUco. as per late advices, Berford It Co. have sent freight ueross ? hieh was refused by all other ex presses, as being impossible See csrd of Messrs. Ogden % Jlsjces. Shippers will haar in mind that there is more than on exr rets who can scud goods to California. All goods mnst he put up water pfoof, snd net to exeee.l 125 lbs. This expros* makes ne extra < hsrgc for custom house fees or oon snlar certificates All freight* should he sent in on Satur day next, to give time for ' ording and (e.Ming. Small par cels received till 1P.M. day of sailing. 1'iissage on the only sure Hue secured at our office, BERFOfll) St CO. SPECIE EXPRESS ? FOR WARniD TO EUROPE BY ?very steamer. Freight and insurance on bonds and ?vecie. at the lowest rate*. ' BD WARDS. SANFOED k CO.. 10 Wsll street. Foreign expriess, no. 19 wall sTKtFr, anbin London, Liverpool, Havre, and Brumen, also at all the eflcts of A H;,ms h Co. in the P. S. I'araels ef marehaedlse forwarded throughout the world. Drafts en Eur >po, evaey kind of mercantile and confidential business tr >inn< t.d I with promptness and fid.)lity. EDWARDS, SANFORDl* CO.. at Adams & Ce'e.. 19 IV all street. om'Huiu. CAST OFF CLOTHING AND FI RNITKRE WANTB? Ladies or gentlemen having any Clothing, Furniture, of Jewelry to dispose of, can i bta'n a fair cash t'riee, by Bond ing for the siib?< ribcr. at hla residence or through the post. ' Ladios attended by Mrs, Dusscldorf, No. I t Pi n street. L. V. DIJHSELDORP. | OFF CMTHIkU and FUKNltUUB fUTJtf ' ?I adles anu .ntlomeo ha.iog cast off nlothlng or fny. nnure to iliapose of. can obtain a fair ea-h pri ? hv eendiiw f> r the subscriber it Ins re*id< n- e, or a linn throiij;h t ie Post will b* promptly attended to. I.ndic atie--iit^ Cohen. M. 8. C(>1I?N, ini Elm etieot. (TASII FOR I'LOTHINd.? L/.DIF.H OR OENILEMIN, > harli.g any e?,t 0n cliithiog or fnrni'-ire ti disp<s?c,f, CkB receive th" utn st value In cash, hv senoin* to the -f 're, er bj letter through the Po ?. S. COHEN, 4Ai Hudaea street. Ladles attended to hv Mrs. Col?"a AST OFF CLOTHING.? W ANTED TO PC/R "HVSt \.y about two thon.^ai I dollura w rth of gen i 1 'ft > ff < Intl.ing. in lnr.^e or *m?ll quantities, for whiei, the full value Will he liter al'y . hen, in 'iiirrent money, on application I er sonellv. or tl .r..iigh post, 'o J a ?*. MORON EY, at hi* st. .re, Wo. 11 Oraage street near Chatham street. I EFT OFPln.i>THES ANT) FURNITURE WANTllfw 1^ Ladh'iiua Oentlsircn can obtain agooo price for the s' tl nr hv si ting throngh -t ? r ..tl rw i.<?, to J. . K'Vs'SOMaC) L " bald atrt-.t, aeor BKitlWHy. tun! BO W BR V TUB ATR B.? DOORS OPIiM AT 7, CURTAIN rises ?l Jk o'lletk, W eduesdar evening, June P;, w ill be perforin'"! the . ?o.tdy of BULB A Wl*E AN1? HAVE A W I KB. I-em.... . . ... Mr ? H a imb 1 1 n I Mar%r.iirv Mrs. Jordan lUKEE EltAS or WOMAN'S LIFE Le Mar.' Mr. Gnodall | I. shell* M.-. Yeoaians. BURTON'S THRATKR, CHAMBERS STREET DOORS ?pen at 7>?; to at * u'oUok. Wednesday evrtins June 16. will >.? played the drama uf I'AhlS AND I. UN HON. Friiae Mr. B. Plaeide I Thomas TrU. Mr. Barton M- Haskltt. Mr. T. Jok? ton Viscount Volatll .Mr. Dyott Lad; Yolatll... Miss Weston | Rosu Mrs. Skerrett National theatm, Chatham *trkht.-d<mjrs atT'-ii curtain rises art / o'clock. Wednesday evening. June lli, will he presented Hits drama ef liELOk THE IIKLOT. Hcloi ...Mr. .1 It Scott | Mythi* Miss F. Walla> k COLUMBIA# SONS. Jack Halyard Mr. Jonea | Isabella Mri. Jones QARNCM'S AMERICAN M08BUM.? ADMISSION, 2.1 D at*.; children, 12& eta.; Parquet, \2% ccnta extra. Ser pents, Ostrich, Orung Outang, fee., Just arrived from Africa, Gorgeous Oriental tableau uf Ccrean Sculpture, Lord Byron and the Greeks, all moving in if alive. In the Lecture llooa, thla afternoon, at So'elock. CHA RLOTTE TEMPLE. Im jpjt. at H o'olook, PASSION AND REPENTANCE. CHRISTY'S OPERA HOUSE, MECHANICS' HALL, M 472 Iiroad way, abova Grand street.? Opaa every ni*M taring tka week, until further notice. Tka origiaai and wall known Christy's Minstrels, comprising an ancient and ve? aatlla " ecrps ?f " talented" and "experienced perfertnere" ander the ?anagetnnat of R. P. Christy. whole eencerte i? thin city, for a succession ef "all year*, kavo been receive! with favor by highly respectable and fashionable audiencea. Tickets, 2S cents. Deors oren at 7; commence at 8 e'eloek. The patron* ef Christy's Minstrels arc respectfully Informed that the Saturday afteracon coacerts arc discontinued. METROPOLITAN HALL.? THURSDAY, JUNE 17 ? rer mi? night only (previous to ispwtan for the North). Tickets, 50 cents to all parts of the house. GRAND CONCERT, By the first Juvenile Musical celebrities of three different nations? Germany, Italy and America. M'LLE HERM IN E l'ET IT (aged nine years), German Pianists;; SIGNORINA ADELINE FATTI (aged eight years), Itaj.ian Cantatkice; MASTER WM. URN RY MARSH (aged four years). American Infant Dki'mmeu; as?i*ted by other eminent professional talent. For particulars see small kills. MLLODEON, 53 BOVIIT, DIRECTLY OPPOSITE the Bowery Theatre. ? George Lea, Proprietor.? The above place of amusement will re open on Saturday even ing with an entire new company, which for variety and ori ginality cannot be surpassed. An afternoon performance will be given every Monday. Thursday and Saturday, com mencing at 8 o'clock. Admission ? Orchestra Seats. M eta.; Parquet. \'l\i cents; Gallery, 6.** cents; Private Duxes, hold leg Ave persons, $L "ETR0P0LI1 AN HALL ? THURSDAY. JUNE 17, AT half-past seven. For ono night only (In New York). Tiskcts, 6? cents to all parts of tho house. M'lle Hcrtnino Petit has the honor to annouueo her first graud Concert in America Performers.? M'lle Hcrmlnc Petit (aged nine years), German Piaulate, and protege of the Court of Hol land?three charming Fantasy-solos arraaged from "Lucia," the popular Airs of Europe, and two Duos. Slgnnrina Ade line I'attl (aged eight), Italian Cantatrice, in choice Arias from the " Sonnamhula," "Ernani," and the Cavatiaa di Malibrap. HasterWm. nenry Marsh (aged four), the Ame rican Infant Drummer. in the Advance, Retreat, and I'asdn Charge; assisted by other eminent professional talent (for particulars of which s?e small Mils). The above (for ono night only in New York) Is believed to he a combination of Jnveuile talent never before seen in the world, and an exotn 61,!), at ion of the popular tendencies of the three countries, ermany, Italy and Americn^ MOBILE THEATRE.? SOL. SMITH, ESQ., DURING his presence in New York. will, by authority, concludc engagements for the ensuing season in Mobile. J. M. FIELD, Manager of the Mobile and " Varieties" Tliefttre, St. Louis. M1 OCULISTS, AL'RIHTS AND DEHYIITS. D1 I R. POWELL WISHES TO INFORM niS PATIENTS ? ' and the public that 'he has removed to No. 802 IlroaJ wsy. between Uroonie and Spring streets, where ho will de vote bis attention especially, as heretofore, to diseases of tho Eye and Ear, from !'to 4 o'clock, daily. Dr. Powell's "Trea tise on the Eye." 3d edition, price 50 cents, can be procured at his office. Also, a large supply of Artificial Eyes, recent ly imported which, when properly inserted, will move and lock precisely like the natuial orgin. ~ bouses, noon*, etc.. wasted. WANTED TO RENT.? A SMALL FAMILY WITHOUT ohildren, wish to hiro tho lower or upper part ef a house, or a whele honse, not above Fourth street and west ef Broadway, preferred. Rent will be paid in advance in lien of reference. Address, stating terms, location, fcc.,te William P, at this effioe, which will receive immediate attention. Rooms wanted.? a large a iky room, with a place for a stove, wanted for a gentleman, wife ami child, in a respectable neighborhood, and convenient to the Citv Hall. Kent not to exceed $ti .Ml a month. Ad Ire ? statins location. &c. Alpha," Hcrai'd office. WANTED? FOR OCCUPANCY AFTER JULY FIRST, a desirably located house in Brooklyn, for n small family. The situation desired within ten minutes' walk of the Fulton or South ferries. Tho runt not to exceed $,">00. Address X. Y Z , Herald office. WA NTE n-A STA BLE.-TII E AD VERTIS ER WISHES to hire a stable in the Fifteenth ward, above Washing ton l'atrde Ground, address box 104 PustOllije, ttatiug location and description. W "ANTED TO HIRE -THE SECOND FLOOR, WITH back baucment, in a pleasant location, within fifteen minutes w alk of IMccekcr street and Broadway; family con sifts of gentleman and *if?. A line addressed to Thompson, left at tnc office of this paper, stating terim, 4ic., will meet w itl. attention. nOI'?E~ WANTED 'JO- R EN T? A 000 D 1 T W(T STOR Y bouse, between Fkhtb aed Fifteenth streets and Fifth and Seventh avenuts; rent not over Address II, pott paid, box 2,121. COPASTHKItnillV IOTICES, COTARTNERSHIP. -THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE this day formed a Copartnership, f?r the purpose ef transacting the ready made Clothing business at wholesale indcr the arm of Gardner. Greene, & Co.. at 47 Broadway. W I LLI AM O.vUDNER OLIVER B. TWKKM^ ELIA.S M. GKF.ENR. RODMAN O. MOULTUN. J?IIN G.PLIMPTON. New Fork, Jnne 1, 1882. LiacoM. SCOTCH ALE.? 2,000 DOZEN OF DOVE'S FALKIRK, liuir's, Yuunpir's, Harvey's Jeffrey's Robsrtson's, Steel's, and other good brands, in pints and quarts, just lande d io tnc order, forsale, in quantities to suit purchasers, by the importer. G. P. I.ETIIBRIDGE, HCand AS Fnlton street. 171 A ST INDIA TONIC PALI ALE, RECOMHENDEDTO J invalid* and others by the most eminent physicians, here and in Europe. Brewed by Rasa & Co., Burton on Trent, England, expressly for the snbseriher, superior in <|iiality and condition to any hitherto imported. Forsale iu pints and iinaits, and in quantities to suit purchasers, by the importer. G. P. LETH BRIDGE. M and 88 Fnltongstreet. GUINESS'S DUBLIN XXX BROWN STOUT, BAR tlay, Perkins it Co.'s London Porter, lOOcaeks, pints, nnd quarts jost rrci ived in fine ordor, and of superior quality. For salt, in quantities to suit purchasers, by the importer. G. P. I.i T II Kit I in; F., m; and HW Fulton street. PHILADELPHIA ALE. PORTER, AND (HAM t r (.ne Cider.- Orders to any extent supplied at the shortest possible notice. Eiery article is of the very nest qunliiy, in the finest order, and nut np in a style not to he equalled. Packed In suit any climate. G. P. LETH BRIDGE, Mi and W Fnlton street. W" M. H. U N D f K II I L L. IMPORTER OF WINES Brandies, tec., &c., invites the attention of dealers and familii s to l.is choice and rxt> nsive stock of Wines, Liquors, fee., which, by si lling for cash only, he offers at 20 per cent 1* i a than at any other house, <u0 Breoiue street, corner of Crosby street. CLARET.? ST. JULIEN AND ST. ESTEPHE Bordeaux.? Ju^t received, 1,300 dozen if the alnve tm M ines, In quarts, which I am selling at $1 12',' per i!or, bottles returned. Also, 600 dot. very superior Bordeaux Claret, at $1 80, bottles returned. W.M. H. UNDERIfUX, 430 Broome street, corner of Crosby ? the largest and cheapest store in the United Mates. PORTF.R. ALE.? SUPERIOR ALE AND PORTER, AT Five Shillings per doz*a, bottles returned, in very tino condition. Muir's, Campbell's, Dove's, Falkirk's, Yonngtr's. k* , Scotch Ales, J ndian l'alc Ale, London and Dublin Porter and JBrown Stout, genuine, not bottled, here, atlowsst cash price, at W. H. UNDEHHILL'S, 4)0 Broome street. PROPRIETORS OF HOTELS. AND THOSE WHO ARE making preparations for the opening season at our fashionable watering places, should not fail to send their crdcrs te the house of M B. Peters, .'WO Broadway, one of th? m'vet extensive establishments in the United States for the sale of fino Wines. Brandies, Segars, fee. , MB. PETERS k CO., 200 BROADWAY. IMPORTERS ? and dealers in Champagnes, Wiacs, Brandies. Hooks. Clarets, and Porters, nlso Brown Stouts, Havana Segars, Ac. We arc prepared to offer great Indnoements to bnvers, taase in particular who are In want of 'ine goods. Agents for Laa dry's grape leaf Cliampngne. Orders solicited. HKMOVALS. T^BMOFTICE OF TnF NATIONAL LOAN FUND L1FI Assurance Cumpanv, of Linden, Is removed fro? No. 7 Grand street tor; Washingten street, enrner of Mer cer etr rt, Jersey City^whore insurance on life san bcelfceted. W t rvi ? V, w V s VIVJ , V ?vi o IU?||| Hliuv w II IliV ??n ?(? ri|??i.fU, Medkal officers attend daily at2 P. M. California risks taken. Pamphlets containing rates and ether information, aad printed California rn l<s, furuivhtd un application. J.LEANI'KR STA Kit, General Agent WhRSfrkV" I U9jicki BXCVR8IONS. FOR CONET ISLAND-LANDING AT FORT (TAMIL ton rai h way. 1 art l.'j, ccnts each way. Will ecu* men, e regular trips, < n Sunday, June 6th, the steam' r 0 DC R A NT, ( apt M' al. Leave Sj ring street,. . A. M. I Pier 3, N. B lit A. M " ?? ..12'? P. M " " I P. M. " " .. 3>iP.M. | " " 4 P.M. Leaving C' ney Island II A.M. :: uxr.n. " (IP. M N.B.? The no* and splendid steamboat \ (>RH' ALK, ('act. B F Deitf, will con. ?, once her regular trips for tie s^ss^ to t.iie Island. June 13th. JjWcur.gK'NS TO THE FISHING B tN'v*. ?THE ^ ceiouiodl'US and sul'tsntial Steamer CIIARlK.S DLVI iN, laving Comtucr t ud her regnlaf trlpc for the sr.*. S' ii, will run every dsy tlis week except .Saturdnv. I : ,-e for tbatllpMcont? l.< avijig Dclstny street, K It at 7'i. Ca' herlno s trtet, ' ; t'prla* etn 't N. It., .. at'l Pier ^ i. 3, ! Refresi rxi'ot/, tl?hir( Idckls and trait can be pro ei.r< d onboard. _________________ 1 EXCURSION* 10 I'll K FISHING IJA.N KS? EVKW V U dsvexcipt aturdavs. laie %, cents ear ?> -.,n Too s' a steamer *( ( FFAL(<, Capt. Itancx, will leave llAmm n d str- ? t at r'j I'" Spring, T'i; (irand I ?'>? ? Tine f ' . : Iter N'< s K . ? A. 11. -r ur.iiu; '?> ?' Refreshments, t "I tr st ? ? ? ! 1?, A ? . providi i. OI. A. ( HAND PIC-NIC AND O'lTIII/Ov ? s i ii ion ? 1 1 e thi rd at. ni , < r ary of iluuk r 111 ! Aesmlatir n, t' the F1 ? ;i ? I (nartor-i>l IVs liin " . if. 'o, I oft. ? n Thursday. 1 7? 1 of .iniic I-"' nnbari'J ? ,t i 4 k'>flt America In plai e ,.f 1 1 , .ii,?e|.h ; t v n : vertl?i d, will leave Grand s-reet, r ? m. ri> ? r, >? r'cl Fulton street, Brooklyn, at ii* . o'ctoiki 1 h? ,i ?? >? t, North ri tr, at7 o i l tk ; llannnond ttn ft, ut '< 'j ? "io Tickets f I. admitting a gentle jian and la lie \ to i. ? ha l bi aril t ' c ?< at on the niorcfng <>' tho exci.i . n, ? .- . t e eemniittec nicntiontd ou I ill p t* 1. N it. <\e ean assure (lit frlssa ami th? ptihlic. thi< v 111 ho ..t eoi the moi t pleasant excnrsl >n < of t l e season. I (if)K AT 'I II I S ? A DELIGHTFUL EXCURSION to Mj I,a!;i land thi ? morning. A trtiu ot oars wiilitart it Ii o'clock from llrooklyn, whefc all w h ? r :irc int' r ? ? 1 ? '1 in t! e viiln-S lots, or farms, and t h"?e w ho wish t ?> son tki ? beantl. fnl pla<e vith a vir'W to puichase, . n hs pr uhled with I I kets for the ?.?? ursloa for t'> by applying c irly to C1IA ?(. WVOD, Bfoudway. AHtnr.MKNTI. BROAI-WAT THBATRK r. a. MARSHALL, fm l,o??vs ? Doors open it V. to ?? rnuut ?t 7)i s'cloeA. H'?iu< aday iictim, Ju. ?? if', will li? iiUyeil 11.4 < Mit ?d lA'MMtl.l.O, Massanicl!,. . Mr T iii-hopl Kan *1 la. . Mm*. I'AlW TUT VlLl.OW cor- R. !<? <e Fielding, VI ui?i. Olml'i I f.iks Fielding Mr. Seaway N'IBLO'S harden. -manager, me. jo an emrmm. 1 I. ket- !,IJ ,1.1,1. I rival* Hoxe#, $A. iMMffHII), loom ju,,,, . at ( o'liock W ?? In, a iay, June Iti. PKRFfcciloN Aft> r 'hi ii a new Dlversieouieet i-r the Ballet Company. 11*1 -KV IMKItH. Concluding with th? Divertiaemeat. - 1 ? - 11 1 H IYCEfM THEATRE. IIKOADWAY, NEAR J street.? Doors open at 7 ' j (arttla ri-"CiatH '/cloak? Weduoiday eveaiug. June l>,. wi l be played tat tragedy of II AS I. IT. Hiiu.let Wr. Brenke I l?t Orevedlgfler. Mr. I. mm* Qheat Mr Arnold Poloaini Mr. Philltcs Laertes Mr. Jordan I Ophelia Mil* Wyetb# A ST ?>R ruoi OI'EKa HOUSE.? DOORS OPMN AT 7J4; eommeaee at n o'elnck Ti'iets, 6# c? n'-e; Aa* ' J*.* *?.'** ' Every iiigbt during Ik* week, Doast '> r*?i ?i'iali\* trnniia ef trained ant nail, loullUK of JfoBkeyt, U<>gi ml ?iii iievfonn in TlIK COiUTIHN DAFRIQUB. THE DESt.KTEK. WOtlll'l M INSTKELS, A I Mi. VITREI, 11 ALL, N0.4M Broadway. between Howard ai'H.rand iiihii-?M| ? very night.? 11 W*od Manager and Proprietor ? VmS Minstrel*, by fur the noil superior band of Bthloalaa elans aad vocalists la th? w?rl<l, and aaeqaalled Na?re da liuoatori. perform ever* eveniag, at 8 ?'cloak, *nd u We4 aesday aad Saturday afternoons. at 3. Aitalwiia, vat*. METROPOLITAN HAM.. I.t 1 W E R SALOON.? ? REIL ly's grand Panorama uf Iraland every night. Open this evening. Seal, en fall of grandeer, beauty, and iat#r##t| the birthplace of Tbomaa F. M??gher. Mr. Ckarlei FiMh Ion, the glorioss petforaer on the L'atoa Iriah I'ipM, B Mr. O'Reilly, tba great Orator and Huaoriit, ia kia tH Skctchei. (1 ASTI.E GARDEN -BOU8SET FaMILT, UNDER T*B J management and directioa of Moa*. Joaa Roaiiet. Price of admission. SO ranta. Tickets to ke kad of Mr. Con way, at the Gardon, from 10 A. M. till 2 P. M., at all Ibt principal Music Stores and at tha door ia the even lag. Tka doors will hu opened every evening at 7. and tha peirtora aneis will cemaicnee at x o'clock Graat triamph. rifteaa dances. beautiful scenery. Inoludlag 'he moving panorama. Wednesday evening, Juan lti. will be performed ta entirely new grand mystic ballet of action entitled NATHANIEL, or the Triumph of the t russ Urnnd ( oncert aa Saturday. VAUXIULL GARDEN -THKORMUNALYAUXHALL Meledonaa in the open air every evening during tha week, aud on Saturday afternoon The manager respeetfnJ ly announree that ho ha? seoured the lerviaaa of aome of tbe noit celebrated perform! ra in tluiir lina of bnainan, and will latrodnce a variety uf new ? inga. gleel, ahoriia*a, do*ta, A>',. in h manner not to be anr|iaa<eil by any other aompaav in the cily. Performance to i nn, menee at a quarter past % Saturday aftrrui ou at I. A'tini-nion free durlag the dan 12), centa iu the evening. *'ll II . ()I>EI,L, Pr*priat*r. CI AS H. WINAN8, Manag*?. FEANELIN MUSEUM, 175 CHATHAM S4j U A EE.? OB9. LEA Propriator.? Two perfurmauMi ara givea n?p day, at 3 o'elock In the afternoon, and at 8 iawmika Thia ia the anly plane in tbe United Hiatal where tka fK del Artiiti" ?n be ae*n. ''Lea'a Eemal* Opara foapaajr the anly organlted band of lacHaa la exiataaca, will MMM every afternoon and aveiing Mona. Lafarga, tka orlpM Aatfpodoan Pedeatrian, will walk " head dowawardi" *a tka ?ailing, at an elavation of twentr-flva het from tka Rroau, and eighteea in length, a <?*? wtiiah throwi all "MMMt tori in the aliado." I'riaaa of aduiiaaloa? Seat* ia Private lioxea, fiOvanta; orcLettra Haati, eeataf Boxaa, 25 **aM| Gallery, 12H eenta ST. CHAItl.ES T 1 1 E A T H F. NEW ORI.B ANB.? BOI? Smith, of tha Irm et l.udlow A Smith, ia aow bar*, at tending to bualneta of tho above uauied theatre, which will be nneuid for tho s?aaon on th? 6th of N*v*iab?r next, and may be aililrc?#ed (for a few day a) at tk? affl*e of tko "Spi rit of tho Tirnea." HKD1CAL. NEW YORK PRIVATE f.YINO-IN INSTITUTE, COR ner of bouUi-?i.ith and Eighth atieeta, WU Hams harsh, baa been f>> conatructed that each patient baa a kaadaatnvly furnished room, having no communication with any otkac department*. There ar" attached to the inititntioa a nao FCtim, a double mite of parlora, aud a large garden, in whieb ia ever} kind nl fruit and tlowera and a large ice *r*aia anil fiiilu w atcr |,a\ilion, lor tho cxclutivo a?e of the patient^ Tirma moderate. For admiaaion apply to th* initikutlon. THOMAS HOLMES, M. D. I have long believed audi an institution aa ia *etahllabe<l by I Jr. Holme* ia calculat, d to relieve a great aaotiai of fa mule aulfcrinit, uud to have a mural inlluene* on aooiety. V A L K .NT IN E MOOT*. M. D. DK. IT A It D MAKES ASTONISHING CURES? BW an no other doctor eaa do. Eitker a eara or grift amendment before twenty-tour hoari. _ Diseaaa ii aafi mere uothing by kia treat meat, wkiok la iiieaM perfeak ed. H' member it The other aietkeda ef eure ara inal ful- worao thnn tho dlacaae t>?v* corner ef Canal 1 " ani Broadway, DR B AUD S UNrORTUNATE'S FRIEND.-irCI ire the beat evidene* tken there ii aa ta*<l to be compared to thin Thoueanda eaa t*U yon tkat 1 never would hare get well without it. Now taken by L_ ?Jtudea without diacovery. Free Irom aaplcaaantneii. I?. a.ediau dcttb to the diaeaae. Piioe $1. OAoe ecrner ef Olt~ nal ltr*at ai d llroadway DR. WARD'S MAGICAL T k 8 ATM EN T. ? DISEASED cured with nnexampled eeKrity. Never aay fkHaW. The lerret ef hia auceev ia tbe Uafortnaate^i N?i and a rubttnnce that arreata diaeaaei almoat aa tf ky miracle. It ia the euly aptedy and aatlifaotery INMH cue Office, corner of Canal street aud Broadway. DK. 1. r.EKON, CORNER OF BRBADWAY AM? llottktoii atreet, him Juat returned from I'aril. where he has been tcating hia ne?r reaedien for the care at diiiearea. Hie aticceaa haa nneu aucb that hia mode of traftk mmt haa been adopted and approved of by tbe Aral iwx gconi in Europe, one preacription in moat eaaei being au? cient to ehoet a cure, lloura. I ram U to 1, aad frua 7 t* I evening. _* Dn. COOPER, 14 DUANF, STREET, MAYBE CON tulted en iliaeaaea. Ilia tueeofa haa been luoh ia tka treatment of old chrot.ie carta aa to aatonith aome of ear mint imikeut i,hj aiciaua. Dr. C. la well known, beth la aad 1 nl of the profeaaiol., aa the moat moceaaful practitioner of dlseaae in New York. Ilia exiierieiico ia tbe reaultof twenty* ne years devoted exclusively to hia apeoiallty of tbe pro feaaion. DR. WARREN, NO 1 MOTT STREET, CONTINUES be conaulted oa dit-euaea l iilrty -auven years praeUea enahlea him to oure nervoua debility. His treatment il akf* and apeudy. Recent caaca oured m Ave day*. N. 11.? A per feet cure guaranteed. DR RALPH. AUTHOR OF THE " PRACTICAL TEEA.. tisc," Ac. Ac. Office honra U to 12 A. M., 6 to 9 P. V. (Sundayaexcepted). No 64.'l lleuatoa atreet, a ear lYooatav itrect. From uncommon profuwional advantage*, (ai eaa M claimed by no other person practiainr In thii apoeialltr ia America), and to which he can refer In proof ef Ua me?*8 qualifications, he can, witk eonfidoace, promise aora aae?. tain, safe and radical on res than eaa be obtained frota lay. other source. Tnoae who apply in recent oaaea will k* loa rrired at their easy eure, often effected in a very f* w days. Severe and eomplieated easea are, under hia feeoKar |j*ak aent, radically aad peraanently etired. D R. CON VERS' INVIGORATING CORDIAL, THE great remedy for nervous debility and wiakaeM, inea paeitating f?r bnalnesa or aoetetr. It ia the melt pow*rfnl fnv ig< rati-r ever compounded ltreateree the loat an*r?iea of body and mind. %2 per bottle, three bottle* for BA. Im portant adviec Office M Third avenue, wb*r* tbeDoetoria conanlted, and Cordial obtained aad sent to tk* eouatryl a?ld, alfo.at 13 Chambers street. DR. MORRISON. 21MU FI'LTON STREET. ( ONTINUBS to beconsulted by nls old friends and patiaata. Others wishing to ho akillully and Inatly treated, may r*ty ea kia Sxpcrj-'C* of years In bis apacial departmeat. Nervoua fhiiity he ,'.'v?f,ab|y euros. See hii London diplsaa in hig offiee. No fe* til! It jonsov ia dit a n r ""rBBET, SO WELL KNOWH ior^ Jie latt tw^itj iwu His,' ? practitioner in New York in the treaton^* ?S!!' Jitv he sonsnlted, as usual, at hii private office. ?!LZ . sulTt red from medical pretendara may r*lyen k eases treatod by a physician of exporiane*. B^O FEE TILL CURED -DR. COBBETT, 19 DUANE XI atreet, may be contidently coasultad on dl*ea*o*. 1 wenty-onu years in his sn*cl!ility uf the prof***ion eaakle* hrm to cure grneral debility. The vlotimi ef anaaktry *aa apply to him with the certainty of having their ca**a jpr* perly treated. Dr. C. Ii a member of the New York Unirav lity. Radical cubes, at a small BxrmNBB.-i>ocvM WARD **lioit* the attention of all patlaats wk*ain aoncerns. He enrus with melt remarkable celerity, ?aaa? safety, and oheapnei* Th* moat in*r*dalsni InipK ty eqavikeed of his wonderful power at aailm(. All ap pliaacea, eonvenlenees, and rtaonrces ? many aet yet kioa| ?possessed, and liberally dispensed ky him te the aafeaM^ ?ate. Otkee, cora*r Canal aired aad Bread walk OeaMt tatieai private advlea gratia. b**k gratia. PARIS AND LONDON TREATMENT OW L9CAA dlseaae, in ? few bonri, by a vegetable appHeaUw* without pain, which he combines with modioiaea in Mailt tutional affections and nervous debility, aa tkoaaaada ea? aot ts cured without it; for he perform* cure* daily, wkhfc had continued for year* andur all othar treatment, fmb Persons can rely oa no other proof, when there la ** aaoB imposition, bnt his diploma, sditorial notice*, taaMa^ nial* froa physician*, and hundred* of eertilcata^ prove* hi* treatment an?u nailed for euro* ef thia lae eiality, who had prevlonaly been swindled by Ike kaaa Impoi-ters:? W. Fink, A. Waring. W. N Craft, R. Ironaidea. Wm. Ferjuson Office boars, 9 A M. till 2, aad 7 till 9 PT? Treatment by letter M. LARMONT, Surjeon, 12 Itreet, corner ot Broadway. N ______ wick. M. V.. practising phyaieiaa aa* inrgkoa, and lae oa these oomplalnte. rriee reduced to (7 50?37 Slate*. Extract from the Boston M*dio al aad oiirnal:? " It may be said fearieasly, to be eqt or Ricord'a great w?rk an the aame family or far atipsrlor to anything of the kind before ooentry." Author of a work ea Vlees at- . eonscinente*. Thlsls without doebt tkeaoit important book ta thia aubjett ever *ubli*hod. Author cf a book oa Na'nral DeatH, Diet. Re.) V ilcian; Cknie of Quaobery, An., Re. For sola at ike Author. MM Broadway. EW MEDICAL BOOES.-A PRACTICAL WORE OB ths Nature and Treatment of Disease*; by H. Seat T^BEMAKRIED WOMAN'S rnfVATR MEDlCZlaOMI* , pani' p.- Hy Dr. A M. Maori -eau, Professor ef Dteaaaaa ef M ...1 n.--T?ontieth edition, 18 ??., j>p. 250.? I'rioe, $L ^ . a-? of tiff'riti/ of plijai. al and mental angniak te _ in affectionate wire, aad peenn'.ary duflculties ta the ha* l a id, n,i, bt ha?e boen spared by a timely posseseioa of uS work. I> laltitended especially lor the married, er those It itimphitina marriage, as it disoloaea iinportaal *e?retfc vl trli s' ' "Id be knowa t<, thi tn particnlarly. Here, a.?i., evtry feenale? ?ke ?iie? tho mother? th* ?a? el* "1 r l.i'.'pg In to w unarhnod, or Ifceother in the deolMia f j.ii'K ? 1 whom na'uro onltemplatei an Important ! a i' ? can ii,nc.,ver tha ? via?w. srmptoma, aad the meat ?Jhci nt r frd ie. and bias' "orta.n nude ofcire,ln ivtrj ooit plan ', to wl.kh her s< x Is *uWeot. ( ExtPti' tof a letter troia a ^ stl :;.,an In Ohi*.) Dr. A * Mm'siosi'; Day*".*. May LIMA Jiv liurSi M; wUr a ?ie"u pert-* b'ih'y sinklcg fnf ?Oc " t brc? yeari or nor* "> ' ' ''J n< > of her treat aa* g s t' '< '.'erlng aome moMlii, b '"r* aad dartan her ooa? I n, t cccaen mw i r.i and inure dbMli'.attnt and j ef, j tt tttn bur l.i's ia imminent danger, t> 'vi ' l-.-t a 1 a, dcspalreSet liappcaec t.M* ai > f'!. .?<?<' lr.e? i'i > aid reslgntd nyteif t? msetthew it At this time (1 ab' u? two <aontb*)l heard ? ,u 1 - highly sin kea of- as c?nta!mla? aouio n?a? tor , r, ? I ? ? y a*". O. itlfc^eipt and perwsal, I eanaet ? >. j , ?? t< relief it adordel my diittessei miad, aad lb, j i*? i i ? Impart* ! to n:j wile, oa lc*rai*4 t'1*1 tk# iT'.v ti?c< v?-rj efM. M. Desomtinx pfuf lded a rcaiedy. II i>! ? cc ? 1 1 ' ,?< t to mo wlii' ti I little eenoelved sal poa 4t' ?. i 'i t 1 1 thia, ere another vaar would Mve passed o?er m v ' ? '. in a'.l cuntan pr, tabiln . my wo jldka*# be> ? t, 1 er j'-.ie, and n y oMldren Molkerle**, It is 1.1 nr. ? ImpracMc at ls t. convey more fnllf feriuP ,fl I ta trf i*ed of, a^ t'..'.i ?r *** teteni.rd f r tl t married, ortft''1' contemplating ?narnaff^ F< r sale at 222 Bn, ?n. aa^ at tho jpnblishing office. ?? 1, berly stre, t \i", I' irk. L: Ml# A Co., Albany; j aepb Tucker. V t *;. a ab*aa; T. B. fetersea. 96 Ch.staak s?r"it, riii's-'eiuhfa. Or tho r ceit t of tl, ncopy will k# tra? ^ltt, d by m all. of p-.t-w. to any part of th# ii, ,j s;, ..1. . All I1 ttern tn-ift p lJr aaed, ;ost pald.t# Or \ V v ?? nrieeM, b?* 1,221 N?# aWk olty. 0???Ui IdVertT