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irBBE FIFTH PAGB^ ^ ?AlilCB AT AUCTIOS. AUCTION.?PUBLIC ADMIN 1ST IIA TOR'S SALE.?ON Thursday. April 21at, at 10 o'clock, at No. It Spruo? ?treet, (second floor,) the effects of various inteatates, con sitting of furniture, male and female clothing, trunk*, cheats, guns, pistoU, wutohos, chains, Jewelry, 4c., Ac. By order of PETER B. SWEENY, Public Administrator, SI Chambers atreet. A T AUCTION, IN ORANGE, NEW JERSEY, APRIL J\. 20th, at 1 o'clock 1*. M., a dwelling houae and forty bniiding lota, of varioua aiiea, to ault purchasers, within three miantea walk of the Morria and Essex Railroad depot. The lota are pleasantly aituatcd, and facilitiea will aoon lie consummated that will give access to the city in from thirty to thirty-five minutes or time. Auction notice?handsome furniture. Bade to order.?J. E. VAN AI)T WERP & SON will sell, this day. at 10 o'oiock, at No. DO Stanton streot. the entire furniture contained in the above house, consisting of ma hogany sofas, chairs, divans, center tables, tapestry, ami ingrain parlor, bedroom and stair carpets, mahogany French iind cottage bedsteads, mattresses, dressing bureaus and waahstands. hat stand, ball lamp, girandoles and mantel or naments, chlua, (flaps, aud earthenware, knives and forks, oil cloths, oil paintings and engravings, \r. Also, an assort ment of kitcVen furniture, with which the sale will com incnce, including the range. Terms cash. Auction notice.?large sate this day of household farniture of all descriptions, at 10)^ o'oiock, contained in the house 45 Warren street, iu good order, already advertised, comprising a general and desirable assortment. Sale rain or sliine. THUS. BELL, Auctioneer. Auction notice ?friday, io? o'clock, in tiie auction rooms, 13 Spruce atreet, large sale of house hold furniture, itook of clothing, paintinga, looking glasses, Ac. Monday?Furniture sale, 2W Oroenwioh streot; Wed neaday do., 7 Dover street. thos. BELL^Auctioneer.^ Auction notice-mortgage sale of valua ble Furniture.?A. BUTTERFIEU), Auctioneer, will sell this day. at II o'clock, at No. 2 Mercer streot, by virtne of two chattel mortgagee. the furniture contained in said bouse, consisting of a largo and elogant assortment of tablos, chairf. window curtain* and shados, solas,'beds and bedding, carpets, oilcloths, Ac. Also, kitchen furniture, with which the sale will commenco ... W. Q. IILLTON, Attorney for Mortgagee. Auction notice?furniture, ac., by m. DOUGHTY.?This day, at two o'clock, P. M., at 308 Eighth avenuo, the furniture of a family removed for con venience of gale, consisting of dressing and plain bureaus, marble-top wusbatanda, centre and side tables, sofas, lonnges. looking-glasses, mahogany dining tables, Froneti bedsteads mattresses. Brussels carpets, ingrain do., to gether w itii a general variety of goods, to be removed imme diately. P. ASTEN, Auctioneer. Auction notice.?h. n. bu3h, auctioneer, will sell, this day, at 10*fJ o'oiock, nt No. 06 Franklin street, the furniture of u small family, consisting of sola beds, mahogany chairs and tables, bedroom furniture, bods, bedding. Ac.; also kitcbeu furniture, with which the sale will commonoo. Auction notici.?crockery, glass, and chi na, by W. W. SHIRLEY, this day. Wednesday, regu lar sale day, April 20th, at 10W o'clock, at No. 82 John street, a choice assortment for retailers and grocers, for cash . Auction notice?fast horse, wagon, and harness, this day, at 12 o'clock, at .r>7 Doy atreet, corner of Creenwich. a Canadian horse; has trotted iu harness iu 2:55. wagon ard harness, Ac-; a sorrel horse, 9years old; two light wrgons without tops; grocery wagon; three seta of harness; lot of whins and pony heme's. W. A. CARTER, Auctioneer. Anthony j. BLXECKIB, auctioneer.-ferry Lease and Steam Ferry Boat* nt Auction.?The ferry row in operation from the foot of Twenty-third street, East river, to the Turnpike bridge on Newtown Crock, L. I., will be sold at auction at the Merchants' Exchange, by A. J. Bt.EECKER, Auctioneer, on Tuesday next, April 20. The sain will comprise the leBSosof either terminus, together with threo large stenmbbats, ferry bouses. ;*atos, fenders, raeka, doekB, and nil other appurtenances "f said ferry. For full particulars, see lognl advertisement in Courier A En quirer, or api'ly to T. Jas. Glover, Esq., 161 Broadway, or at thootlioe of the auctioneer, No. 7 Broad atreet, Albert n. nicolay, auctioneer?household furniture at auction.?ALBERT II NICOLAY will sell on Thursday, April 21 at 10 o'clock A. M.. at No. 42 Warren street, near College place, household furniture, consisting, in part of Brussels and In,nr."in carpets, oilcloths, mahogany sofas. chairs, marble top centra tAtde, aud a large assortment of dining room, chamber, and kitchen furniture. Catalogues are now ready at the office of the auctioneer, No. 40 Wall street. AC. TUTTLE, AUCTIONEER.?RETAIL STOCK OF ? damaged fancy dry goods. Ac. A. "C. Tuttle wilt sell on Wednesday, at 2 o'clock: at No. VY!Broadway, the en tire stock of ileiFrs. Cameron A Elder, damaged slightly by the late fire, consisting of hosiery, gloves, small wares, fancy articles, threads, laecs, silks buttons. Ac., for cash. Depo sits ronuircd from all purchasers. Worthy the attention of retailers. AC. TUTTLE. AUCTIONEER.?GENTEEL HOUSE ? hold furniture, pior glasses, oil paintings, pia io, gas fixtures, Ac.?A. C. Tnttlewill sell on Thursday, 21st, nt 10}? o'clock, at No. 2''0 Broadway, the furnituro of a fa mily point to Europe, consisting of sofas, ohalrs, divans, large pier glasses, window curtains, brusselacarpetlng, book ca:e. extension t ilde, China and glassware, gas chandeliers and fixtures, French bedstoads and bureaus, beds, mattresncs, tedding, linen, plated warn, Ac., Ao. Also, a small collec tion of oil paintings, by celebrated European artists. Also, one elegant pianoforte, of line tone and finish. Also, kitchen utenrils. with which the sale will commence. Catalogues on the morning of sale. Albert it. nicolay, auctioneer?peremptory sale of Thirty four choice plots of gronnd, and six now frame honses, situated near the depots of Central Morrisania and Fairmoiipt. Uppor Mori Simla, at aaotion. Albert H. Nicolay wilWell on Monday. April 25th, at 12 o'olock, at the Merchant*' Exchange, without reserve, twenty choice plots of gronnd, situated at Central Morrisania, near the de pot, varying in site from CO to 100 feot front and roar, and from 120 to 150 feet in depth. Also, four neat two atory attio and basement frame houses, built in the best manner, within ? few months. Possession given first of May. My a covenant with the village, every plot has to have built upon it, by May 1, IBM. a dwelling house, to oost not less than $.'>00?so that an Immediate neighborhood is certain, and m uiy first ela-ia houses are now erected. All the streets are laid out and gra ded, and trees planted in front of the lots 25 feot apart and | from the beauty of its situ and the character of its many ' owners, this village will undoubtedly bo the " gem" of the j ?'Morrisarias." As soon as the depot is completed the cars Will atop directly on the ground. Alio, in the beautiful vii villago of Fairmonnt, Upper Morriiania, fourteen choice | plot! of ground, varying in 6ize from 50 to 100 feet front and I rear, and from 150 to 250 in dopth. Also, two very snperior two story attic and basement frame house), built in the very best manner, by days work, last summer, possession of which can be had on the 1st of May. It is required that all plots in thia village shall have a dwelling house, to cost not less than $300, built by the 1st of December, 1*53, and there are now a number of very fine houses built thero. The atreets are opened and graded, and the principal avenue is planked oa the sidewalk: there are twenty six daily trains to and from these two villages, and tne commutation is only nine cents Mf day. The convenience of access is so great, this property l being only ten miles from tho City Halt, together with the healthy location, and the most excellent neighborhood, all combined, offers unusual inducements to those seeking a Country residence, as well us safe and profitable investment, I and must rapidly incroase in value. It is expected that, in addition to the convenience of access by the Harlem Kail road, a depot will 1 o established by the New Rochelle llail- 1 road Company, this summer. Persons ^"biiig to see this property, by t.iking the 9% P.J M. train for Morriiania I and inquiring at Prlilliam's Hotel, at tho bar, (close to the depot,) will find a person watting who will show the pro perty. Terms?Ten per cent and the auctioneer's fees on the day of sale; forty per cent on the 10th of May, when full Warrantee deeds w ill be delivered; and the balance can re main on bond and mortgage for threo j oars, at 7 per cent, or 6per cent discount for cash. 1 he privilege of baying half a plot will be riven on ooadition that tho payment sbull be all eash. For lithographic maps and full particulars, apply to F. W. MERRIAm, Esq.j No. 52 Boekman street, or to tUe auctioneer, at No. <0 W all street. Now York. By wm, o. Mclaughlin. auctioneer ?nous-E hold and kitchen furniture.?Wednesday. April 20. at 10 o'clock. A. M., at M9 Hudson streot, southwest corner of Perry street, nn assortment of furniture, beds, bedding. Ac.; j also, an excellont cooking stove, large site, Wiring's pa tent. Sale will commence with bitclion furniture. Branch * McDonnell, auctioneers. 113 ful tori street, I eg to remind tho public that the great sale Of rich and elegant household furniture, paintings, mirrors, china, Ac., already advertised, will take pla:e this day (Wodnerday,) at 10 o'clock, at 7c'' West Ninth street, withont reserve. The furniture of this house will, they believe, in : extent, costliness, and taite, be found to excel anythiug offered this season. On Friday next, the 22d inst., at 263 Fourth aventio. near Twenty-first street, ut 10 o'clock, the whole of the furniture j contained in said house, consisting of sofas, flarpots, tables, pianoforte, easy, rocking and parlor chairs, mahogany ex tension dininir table fifteen feet long, paintlnrs. mirrors, French and other bedsteads, feather beds, hair mattresses, faliasFes, mantel clock and ornaments, chandeliers, gas fix ures, china, glass, crockery, Ac., with the kitchea furni ture, Ac. DS Iiouon AUCTIONEER ?TO-MORROW. TIIURS ? day. at 10% A.M.. nt 14.1 Second avenue near avenue A, all the genteel turnitur. of the house, embracing a good va riety of uinhopany furniture, carpets. oilcloths bedsteads, bureaus, sofns. Ao.. together with the kiteh?u turoitmo. with w hich the sale will coinmonco. Full par ioulars to morrow. FCOI.TON. auctioneer.? HANDSOME HOUSE ? hold furniture, pianofortes, oil paintings, tapestry, carpets, oil cloths, curtains, plate glass. Ac. This day Wednesday) April 20th. at III?* o'clock, at No. I!M) Wost Nineteenth street, between Eighth and Ninth avenues, tho entire furniture of the house, and will comprise rich parlor, bedroom, basement and Kitchen furniture, of every descrip tion; also, beds and mattresses, china and glass, cutlery, curtains, French plate glass. Ac. Ac., also, one very lino rosewood pianoforte; also, a fine assortment of oil paintings of merit. Catalogues early in tho morning. To morrow (Thursday) April21. all the furniture in house No. 85 Murray street; on Friday. (April 22i thetntire furniture of hou?e No. ISrt Henry street, near Jefferson street; also, at two o'clock, P. M . all the furniture corner of Hicks and Union streets, South Brooklyn. Furniture at auction-anthony j bleecker will sell at public auct n, this day, at half past ten o'clock A. M., at the house No. 130 Madison street, the whole of the furniture in said hocse. consisting of a large ami de airul le assortment of parlor, bedroom and kitchcu furniture Catalogues can be bad of the auctioneer, No. 7 Broad street, or ut tiie place of sale. (~1 O 1IORTON, auctioneer, will sell, this 7? Wednesday afternoon at two o'clock, at 35 Sixth ave nue. furniture of a house removed for convenience of sale, consisting of beds, bedsteads, tables, chairs, sofas, one of Smith's patent extension bureau bedsti ads, two nb e ma hogany library hook eases, secretary and book case. Also fixtures of a grocery, consisting of scales, weights, tea cad dies, measures. kegs, counter, drains, tobacco and segars. Genteel, household" Wrniture?hen'rv h. LEEDS A CO., will sell at auction, this day, Wcdnos day, April 20th, at 10 o'clock, at 770 Broadway, consisting of ?cry rich blue and drub satin damask curtains.Jncarly new, lace under do., tine tapestry Brussels carpet*, parlor furni ture by Ph)to and Meekl, of mahogany covered in hair cloth, pier glasses and pier tables, scroll rosewood card table, centre do. inRrble top. tiro screen, extension dining table and case, eouchos, CO., mantel branches of ormulu, piano forte ; bedroom furniture of Brussels and ingrain carpets, mahogany French bedsteads, dressing giastcs. bureaus, wardrobes, clock, chairs, beds, mattresses wasbstands mar hie tops, oil cloths china, glass and kitchen fnrnituro, with which the sale will commence. Henry h. Leeds a co., will sell at auction. this day, Wednesday, April 3). a superb assortment of Coatly household furniture, made by Rinquet. of Paris, and Itauuoinc, of this city at half post ten o'clck, at the elegant mansion. No l.'irt West Twelfth street, two doors from Fifth avenue, consisting in nart of carved rosewood medallion so fai. arm and parlor chairs, covered in rich satiu hrocatelle; e egiint he vVy blue tafl'cta silk curtains, lined with silk, and heavy tarsels; heavy lacc curtains, superb bnhl centre table, Inlaid with tortoise shell; one superb ditto secretary, linoci with rosewood; one superb entre uuux cabinet, with marble top. one elegant papier macbe work table; richly carved oak psrlor furniture, made by Rinqnet?centre table, chairs, Ac.; one superb gotlilo rosewood bookcase, elaborately carved; cm oak cabinet closet. rosewood ctogcre, one suit of rosewood fiarlor furniture, purple plush; rich chintz curtains and rosewood sofas chairs do to match, made by Bauilolne; carved rosewood card tablet, Brussels carpet, three ply do, rich ormulu docks and large brome ligures extension dining table, rich cut glais of various kinds engraved urn! oolored; plated ware, and other most valuable furniture. Bed noins, jn rleh enamelled suite, imitation rosewnol drab. Ac.; beds, tedding, washstnuds nnd other furnittire, Ac. Theycnn be iii.mii.td vnc day before the >ale. ?AldS AT AVmilB. Henry h. leids * co. will sill at auction. on Friday, April ttA, at 10U o'clock. at the store or Walter A Aah. 2Wi Broadway, plumber's stook?The entire stock of thoabove gentleman, who ara retiring from bosinets, ronififtiii^ of a large stock of copper boilers, lead pipe, enlua to wis. stopcocks, and other plumbers' materials. Also, coppersmiths' aud plumbers' tools, Ao. Also, all h0"?" wagons. cart*, sleigh. harness. blankets. rubea, Ac. The above ?nn be examined by the trade and others, at any tiuio previous to the Bale. Henry it. leeds a co. will sill at auction, thin day (Wednesday.) April 30. at 10):; o clock A M. at7R East Twenty seventh atroet, an assortment of splendid household furniture, consisting of Brussels and ingrain ear pcte. stair do, oil elotha. mahogany chairs in hair cloth, ma hogany tete a tetes. in do.: mahogany parlor chairs in do.; mahonay marble top centre table, mahogany side do., m.i hogany quartettes. mahogany bureaus. rosewood bedsteads, mahogany do., mahogany enolosed washstands. mahogany bookcases, feather beds, hair mattresses, straw beds, blank eta spreads and counterpanes, one elegant rosewood pianoforte, by Nnnns A Clark; French plate pier glasses, marble slabs, crimson window curtains, lice do., window shades, ormulu caudelabras: orinnln dock, pas brackets, ormnln chandeliers, oil paintings, engravings, Au., and an assortment of kitchen furniture. Henry H. leeds a co. will sell at auction, this day, (Wednesday,) April 20, at 10 o'clock A.M., at No. H7 Amity Btrect. an assortment of household furniture, consisting of mahogany parlor furniture, covered In hair cloth; bookcase, sofas, chairs, window curtains, ingrain car pets, pianoforte, mantel ornaments, oil cloths, beds, bed ding. mattresses, looking glases, Ac. Sale commences with kitchen furniture. Henry t. leeds. auctioneer, will sell, this day. at half-past ten o'clooh. at lionso No. 224 Thomp son Btrret, near Auiity street, ail the furniture, consisting of icfas, chairs, carpets, beds and bedding, kitchen furni ture, Ae.; also, twenty-three mattresses and eight feather beds, all of which have lately been re-made. Sale peremp tory. Household furniture at auction?j. l. Vandowatcr will sell this day, Wednesday, April 20, at i7P Fourth street, consisting of all the furniture ooutaiued in the above house, vii: one rosowood suite in* satin hr?ca telle, tete a tete spring seat parlor uhairs, voltaire do., sofa, Ac.\ pier glasses, card tables, clocks, mantel ocu ments, Ac. Also, a gtncral assortment of bedrom.i furni ture. nearly new. together with a general assortment of basement and kitchen luruitui-e, with whiuh the sale will commcnce. Household furnituse sales at auction.? The subscriber hereby informs bis friends and others, that he will attend to the sales of household furniture by auction, at tl.e residence of families, on reasonable terms. References:?Jan. Van Nostr&nd, President Merchants' Ex change Hank. D. Randolph Martin President Ocean Bank. Ji. Hayes, Cashier North River Ilank. SMITH DUNNING, Office 185 Greenwich street, near Dey. Handsome household furniture.?j. l. van DEWATER will sell, on Thursday, April 21st, at 10>? ci'olock, at tlio residence of Isaac Hell, Esq., New Brighton, Staten Island?Large and attractive sale of handsome household furniture, contained in the above house, known as the brown stone house, conslttlng In part of mahogany suits, in hair cloth, viz.:?Chairs, sofas, teto-a-tetc*. otto mans, Voltaircs. Ac.; paintings, Brussels carpets, marble top 1 ier. sofa and centre tables; pier glasses, stoves, Ac.; bedroom furniture?mahogany bedsteads, bureaus, washstands, toilot sets, Brussels carpets, mirrors, palliasses, Ac.; all of which is in first rate order. Also, a general assortment of hano m>nt and kitchen furniture, with which the sale will com mence. Also, one four boat carriage, nearly new, and in pood order. Hotel'FURNITURE.?WILLIAM IRVINO A CO. auctioneers, will sell at suction, on Thursday, April 21st. at il1}^ o'clock, at the Battery Hotel, 2 Greenwich street, Brussels and three ply carpets, marble top oontro ta bles, mahogany sofaB and chairs, window curtains, oard ta bles, ottomans, dining tables, arm chairs, crockery, glass ware, sliver and silver plated ware, linon table cloths, ma hognny French bedsteads, bureaus ami washstands, marble and tnahorany tops; wardrobes, card tnblos, cane scat chairs, d' uble and single bnir mattresses feather bods, bolsturs aud pillows, of the best quality, mirrors, toilot so'.s, rocking chairs, black walnut and maple canu seat chairs, cottage and wiudlass bedsteads, blankets, eonnterpanos quilts, Ac., mahogany arm chairs, writing tables, desks, clocks, decan ters. bar fixtures, together with an assortment of wi.ies and Havana acgars, Ac. Also a large assortment of kitohuu fur niture. Horse and wac.on at auction?j. l. vande WATER y ill sell on Thursday, April 21st. at twelvo o'clock, in front of thosalesroom, No. 14 Wall street, a horso and light wagon?A iiandsome bay horse, Abdalla'i breed, six years old this spring, tiftoen and a half hands high, kind in all harness or under the saddle, a fast traveller, and warranted oound in ovory respect, together with n li (lit w&gon, In use but a few months. The monoy to romain iu tho auctioneer'f bands twenty-four hours after the sale. Also one two seat imported phaeton, for one or two homos, but little used, and in fine order. JOHN FISHBLATT, auctioneer-SALESROOM NO. 1U3 Nassau street.-JOHN FISIIBLATT will give his per nor a! attention to the sale of furniturs at pr.vate dwelling, and will dispos" of itoo'd of goods generally. He respoct iully solicits sales of all kind?, and goods ?fll ho sold at tho Bales rooms if deemed pi tfcrible. Real estate and general auctioneer. JW. BROWN, auctioneer-GEVTEEL HOUSE . bold furniture.?J. W. Brown will sell ut auction on Thursday, April 21, at 10 o'clock, at (VI Monroe strcot, all tho furniture contained in the above house, consisting of sofas, chairs, marble top centro tnblos, card tables, Brussel' and Ingrain carpets, window curtains, oilcloths, dining tables, bureaus, bedsteads, hair mattresses, looking glasses, china, glassware, kitchen utensils, Ac. Large sale of plants?j. l. yandewater will sell this day. Wednesday, at 10)? o'clock, at the sales room, 14 Wall street, a largo variety of standard roses, and other choice plants, embracing all the newest and choicest kinds from ti e nursery of B. Lenoir, Forty fifth street, cor ner of Broadway. Also, a large assortment of pot plants in bloom. Osgood a concklin, auctioneers, i.t< fulton street, will give their personal nttention to tlio sale of furniture at the house? of private individuals, or thoao who prefer may send their furniture to their salesrooms. SAMUEL OSGOOD, JONAS F. CONCKLIN. Pr.TFR PARKS. AUCTIONEER.?HORSES. CART', and liaruosR, on Thursday, April 21, at 10 o'clock, in iront of Foster's grocery, eorncr Division and Essex streets. Two horses. enrts. and sets of harness, in good condition; uIsm the good will of the work of said st .re. The horses may he seen I y applying to Mr. Baxter, at the store. Terms cash PLANTS AT AUCTION.?W. S. McILLYAIN WILL soil at the seed store. No. 7 John street, on Wednesday, April IN, at 10'j o'clock, mo?s, monthly, perpetual and run iiinir roren, (with and without pote,) verbenas, carnations, dnhlias, pansles, houeysuckles, Ac., put up in convenient lots, lresh from the gardens of J. A P. Henderson, Jersey City. Catalogues. PROPERTY IN JERSEY CITY THIS DAY?DAYID SCOTT. Auctioneer, will sell, positively, on Wednesday, Arril 'JO, 18.1S, at throe o'clock P. ?!.. on the premises, two of those beautiful and commodious houses, fust completed, situated on the cast corner of Essex and Greene streets, fronting on Estex street, within lwo miuutes walk of tho ferry. 1 he above houses are two story, frame, with basement*, filed in with brick, with 12 inch rear walls of brick, built by dajs' work, and furnished with all the modern improvemcnt3 of the day, such ns marble mantels, gas, ventilating tubes, together with Hyatt's patent Illuminating tiles in the roof. The location of this property if decidedly the most desirable of any in the city, fronting on the w ater, and commanding a tine view of the surrounding scenery. RC. KEMP, auctioneer.?GENTEEL HOUSEHOLD ? furniture, pianofortes, melodeon, oil pointings, Ac., this day. (Wednesday.) at 61 Greenwich avenne, between Charles and Perry streets?It. C. KEMP will Hull at auction all the handnomo'furnlturc in the house, which has all been made to order, and only been in use one year, vis., rich vel vet tapestry carpets, Brussels, three ply, and ingrain car nets; oilcloth, one suit of handsome carved rosewood parlor furniture, ct.vcrcd In blue and gold French brocatelle, mada to order; one suit parlor furniture, covered in crimson satiu brocatelle; superior pianoforte, one handsomo melodeon, carved rost wood centre tables, two vcrv valuable oil paint ings, cost ?iOO each; china, glass* are, Ae., and a hauds inio assortment of good chamber and kitchen furniture, which ij well worthy the attention of purchaser*. Catalogues on the morning of sale. RW. WESTCOTT, auctioneer-SALOON FURNI ? turc, Ac., this Wednesday morning, at 10 o'clock, at ,'il Boworv, consisting of counters, fixtures. glassware, liquors, c huiis." tables, paintings, engravings, IJ windlu bcdntovls, bedding. Ac.; alto baggage, Ac., if act t;iken nway previous to tho tale, to pay storage. Sale on Thursday, at 11 Rcado strtct, furniture, Ac. Saloon Friday, at 2 o'clock, of fancy I store furniture. Ac., at 13(1 Greenwich avenuo. Sale on ; Monday, by catalogue, of all the contents of bouse 141 Cham hers street". | Roses at auction.-wm. s. McILVain will sell I . thtsdav, at lfi)? A. M., at No. 3MMaiden lane, near Na< sait street, 'a fine collcction of monthly, perpetual, oltmMng, | and running moss roses; also honeysuckles, verbenas, dsh lias, Ac., from the nursery of William M. White, Fifteenth street. SALE OF ELEGANT FURNITURE AT AUCTION ? C. W. HOLMES will sell at auction to morrow. Thurs day, April 21. at 10>j o'clock, all the furniture, carpets Ac., in house No. 121. in the brown stone block, on Forty-fifth 1 street, near Broadway, consisting of rich tapestry. Brussels and ineraln carpets, elegant carved rosewood suit in satin j brocatelle. splendid French plato mantel mirrors, one fine | rosewod seven octave pianoforte, choice oil paintings and i engravings, marble top centre, sofa, and pier tables, sofm. lounges, couch beds, mahogany and black walnut cottaje | and French bedsteads, line curled hair mattresses, extension dining tables, cane and spring seat chairs and rockers, crock cry. glass and china ware, basement and kitchen furniture. Ac.. Ac. Catalogues can be obtained at the store of the auc tioneer. No. M Bcekman street, and at the honse on the day of sale. Broadway and Sixth avenne stages come to t!ie j door, and Sixth avenue cars within one block. CJAMUF.I. osgood, AUCTIONEER. ? osgood A 0 C'ONl'ICLIN will sell at thoir sales room, 13* Fulton at., j tbis i)ay. Wednesday. April 20, at 10J? o'clook 'a gonsral as sortment ot furniture, consisting of rosawood, mahogany and i.lack walnut parlor, dining room and bedroom furniture, , enamelled chamber suits, marble ton tables and bureaus, so- i las, easy chairs, washstands, Ao. AUo, a large collection of i 1 ucoud hand furniture. , SUPFRB sale OF THE MO?T COSTLY FURNITURE. I | works of art. statuary, costly oil paintings, pianofortes, | Ac ?all entirely new . the house havlngjbeen very expensive I ly furnished within three months?the property of a gcntle ' man returning to Mexico. It is the richest sale ot tho soa I son. llENRY II. LELPS A CO. will sell by auction, on Thurs day, April 21, at 10 o'clock, at the elegant mansion No. 12>? Madison avenue, corner of Thirly first street, tho splendid I furniture of said bouse, oonslsting of royal velvet carpets; heavy satin uamask curtains, lined with taffeta silk, rich gilt cornices; large pier and mantel glasses; rich gilt pier 1 atfs. with marble tope; rosewood parlor furniture in suite, covered with heavy crimson satin damask; arm and p.irlor i baits to mutch; embroidered sewing chairs, superb embril dcred plnno cover, very handsome; rosewood etagere; rich buhl cabinet with marble top; ditto work table; ditto cab i ret. superb hronies and clocks figures and groups two t.- *t high; articles of vertu, rich vases; a most valuable collee i tion of high class paintings, hy some of the most celebrated ' foreign and American artists; real statuary marble parlor figures, with pedestals; large and valuable Parian figures; i olcgant rosewood pianoforte, rli hly carved all round, mado I by Descombs. perfectly new. coat $<00; elegant centre-table; ladies' secretary and music rack; very costly orinuln chaade I llers quartettes and other rich parlor furniture. i Dining room?Rich Brussels carpets, superb two colored silk brocatelle curtains blaok walnut furniture, buffet. 1 sliding table, extension dining table, ormulu and gluss chati i deliers, chairs covered with uiorocoo arm chain, valuable (ilaas ware colored and engraved, decanters to match, in ig nificent dinner and breakfast set of enamelled china .'(Id pieces, made for Santa Anna, of Mexico, cost $1,000; heavy jdotei w are of various kinds, 00 dozen of the choicest wines and brandies, beautiful table cover Ac. Kedrooms and boudoir room?Furniture In black walnut, covered with green plush. curt:ilns to mateh. upright rov) wood pianoforte, very elegant, made hy Pl< olo to order, cost carpets, green tlrussels. music raek. Bedrooms?In bine brocatelle furniture, anil curtains to match. canopies, I drefsing bureaus, encolguures. amour u glasses, bedsteads. 1 bedding, mattresses, Ac. The entire fnrnitnre of this large house was made to order three months since by the I,e-t makers in llroadwsjr, so; ,o of which has not been in the honse a month. Ths whole to bu sold without reserve to the highest bidder, including kitchen furniture. It can bo examined one day before the sale, and will be found the richest sale of tho season. Theodore lent, auctioneer.-on Wednesday, I A prll 20, at 12 o'clock, at HI Leonard street, will be sold j the fixtures of a barroom and oyster saloon coks istlng of it 1 ten foot bar, oyster stand, oil cloth, glass ware, csne seat arm chairs, pictures, tables, etove, <rockery, Ae., all ntariy mw. s ?ALBS \T AtJC now. AI.EOF OFFICE FURNITURE ?J L VANUKWATKK will sell this day. Wednesday, at 12 o'clock, at 70 Ced:ir street, consisting of twenty writing desk*, sundry bookcase* and bookraeki, seven ty flve feet of counter, with mahogany top*, and sundry articles of counting room furniture, now in the office, 7(1 Cedar street, vacated by the mercantile ageaey. To be sold without reserve, as the proprietors, Tap pan t Douglass, have removed thoir institution to Trinity Building, No. Ill Broadway. WW SHIRLEY, auctioneer?BY JOSEPH IIEGE ? MAN.?Thursday, April 21st. at Do'clock prooisely. at No. 44t> llroome street between Broadway ana Mcroer street, the parlor, chamber and kitchen furniture of a large boarding house. Same day. at 3 o'clock precisely, at No. 243 Ninth street, between First and Second avenuu*. a general assortment of parlor, chamber and kitchen furuiture. Catalogues of the aliot e may be obtained at each bouse on the afternoon bo fore the sale. Friday. April22. at 0 o'clock precisely, at No. 2 Colonnade row, Columbia street, between Cranberry and Midda^h streets. Brooklyn, near the Fulton ferry, u large and gene ral assortment of household furniture, in excellent order? PiUO, iNunn's A Clarke.) splendid French plate pier glasses in richly carved frames, with marble top piers; ?eo retary and bookcase, rich tapestry velvet carpets, parlor furniture in brocatelle and hair cloth, rich silver plated ware, china and cut glass, cutlery. Ac., a very valuable oil painting, richly framed, "Madonna and Child," with a va riety or other costly paintings iu landscape, Ac. Also, a pew. No. 131', in the Presbyterian church, (Kuv. Dr. Spear,) on the corner of Clinton and Amity strceti. WCOLE. auctioneer?FURNITURE.?ON FRI ? day, at half-past 10 o'clock, at 130 Second street, a general assortment of parlor and chamber furniture, con Fisting of sofas, bureaus, mahogany and other chairs; card, centre, and dining tables; Brussel* and ingrain carpeti; mantel ornaments, bedsteads and beddiug, china and glass ware, hall lamp, hat stand, Ao. WILMAMSBURQ AUCTION sale.? A LARGE and splendid assortment of furniture, consisting of sofas, tele a tetes, rockers, tables of tho finest structure, mantel ornaments, paiutings, silver ware, and various other articles too nuinorous to mention. The sale will take place on tho 21st iust., at 10 o'clnek. at No. 22 South Eighth street. JOSEPH W. HAVEN, Auctioneer. _ William WITTERS, auctioneer, WILL SELL, tills duy, at 2 o'clock, at lb7 Canal street, a large quantity of household furniture, consisting of sofas, rockiug and other chairs, book eiiso, French plate, pier and mantel glasses, clock, vases, dining, tea, centre and card tables, oil paintings, stair rods, Brussels, three ply and other carpets, oil cloths, mahogany French bcdstoiids, hair BUkttMMM, large feather beds, marble top dressing bureaus, wathstands, wardrobes, and kitchen furniture. Also, a pianoforte. Ui>aKli!jit? AJNU MIIAUKM, Apartments to let.?mrs. alnwick. having leased for a term of years from the first of May next, tho commodious bouse 23 Varick street, corner of Beach, opposite St. John's park, will have two or three very desira bto suits of rooms to let, with or without board. Applica tions will now be reocived from first elass persons at her present residence, 8S Varick street. * FARTMENTS WANTED?THREE OR FOUR ROOMS, J\ In a ccntral part of the city, arc wanted hy a gentloman and wife. Would take board In a privato family whero quiet and comfort could be secured. Address H. White, Herald office. A MOST satisfactory METHOD OF OBTAINING boarders is, by leaving the name, residence, description of house, tv., upon tho books of tho New York Boarding Exchange. This system is gradually obviating the necessity of advertising when cither bonrd or hoarders are desired. The advantage of this establishment to those looking for beard is also very evident. Office 2S'J Broadway, turner of Reade street. A LADY WHO OWNS HER nOUSE IS DESIROUS OF making arrangements with a party of gontlemon?sny eight or ten?with partial board, in a house with all tho modem improvements. Apply on the premises, at No. 9 St. Gei.rge's plan, East Thirteenth street, a few doors front Second avenue. Agent* F.Man and iiis wife, and two or three single gentlemen, can ho accommodated with beard by applying at 62 Carrol street, Brooklyn, near Hicks street, four blocks from Hamilton ferry. A LADY, HAVING MOKE ROOM THAN SHE RE quires, wc uld let n baok parlor, furnished or unfur nished, with pantries attached, to a Indy and goutloinan, w ith board for the lady only. Situation betweeu Ninth and Fourteenth streets, within ono block of Broadway. Tho liouce has all tho modern improvements, bath, gus, Ac., and is pleasantly heated. Board in advance in lien of reference. Address A. )1., Broadway Post Otllce, stating whore au Inter view may be had. ALADY, HAVING A LARGE HOUSE, WITH ALL the modern improvements, and in a delightful locution, convi nicnt to the ears and stager, will lot a room, or suit of roruif to a gentleman and lady, board for tho lady only. Bonrd in advance. Please address, where an interview can be had. Mrs. Schultz, Herald office. A HiftN/?-f0M? ?r,0ntparlor, kith PANTRIES TO A sb 4k.s 'SbSgsxtA "?"? ii'c4u?;a,r "<*""?'? .2? a^;*:: MSI square. Apply at 2-10 Fuart", 6trc "t Psrk' "^'"Staa j\ EAIf^hT P,ES'ni?>0 IN A MODERN BUILT ITOI7SP on or before th? UrSt of; nrenuc, corner of Charles street. Greenwich aiso," very" p^StTghf"oSm'/"^ Appfy ?t S,f 70 West'fflSJSfflii .s""'"' ?Mh?W?. ??OARiy-A VERY PLEASANT furnished OB nv T>0ARI).-A YOUNG LADY isdesirous ofoiitwv Board.?a good opportunity for cwviv men and their wives or ? , ?. '**"1LE wish to procure plea?ant'roon?s fur the ? 89ntle??n., * l>o double house, with all improvements Tho l^i ? a.lar/?c i irable, and convenient to staiosAnnlafs^'J' 13 dk street, corner of Jano. APPV ?t 8HGreenwich TJOARD.?A FEW GENTLEMEN CAN DF Accovun BSSSS^^fflhssss ?? BOARD.? ROOMS AND SUITS OF ROOM?' its .^jJ'^o'lH^rBiHhed, with board, in h new ho'nse with ti'.wn ?T?? Improvements, in one of the best loo itious un t^m,t.?o^.l?^[omeut- No *?* "ROARD-WANTED. BY A gentleman AND L VDY 'uriiej' && T>OARD-A SUIT OF ROOMS ON SECOND STORY On a staga ronte." """ rlaCe' Lear Ureou?1' ?voiiue B?AnD.-A SITMLE GENTLEMAN WOULD LIKF TO obtain n comfortable room, with breakfast nn,i *ni ? KSM&aS3** Board- a large second story room with a verandah and closet connecting, to let, well'furnished Mnt1en.in0rA?Sr^H?1 board, to a gentleman and wife ortw i gentlemen, on reasonable terms. Also, a room for a ?inJl. gentleman in a first clasj house, containing all the modern improvements. Stages pa., the do?r. Plea?? call at W "t Mark b place, Eighth itreet. IU'ferencoa required. Board wanted?in new york or Brooklyn by a gentleman and Lii wifo. in a private familv or and briakfa?tae.? Joar<*?'"- r"U board for the lady only, ana bnakfasLntid tea. and dinuer on Sundais or the ianti? "??;, J*"1'? or near an omnibus roJti. ' Terms *uot to PostOtBcV "chsnged. Address A. B.( boi l 23 Board wanted.?a young gentleman h-mim ? lartre well furnished room, uith parti.il board in a K<>od location in Brooklyn. ? moderate distance from tha B^*^parsp>>stsk?!Pgf -ff, z t Addri?s*Eliia F. H ,btoU<ny Post'Offl!""'1 ^ BOvRD WANTED?BY A GENTLEMAV U'lrr ivn I wit?) ' I"' " <n,I"'-T w''ere 'here are' hut few boar l-r? | ?iid ?it bin ten minutes walk of Fulton f.-rrv Hm.Vlv i Brooklyn, be Ad4re" J ; TJOARD wanted.?TWO CENTLEMEV want * 1 llarcUy'.nd1 cCmber^?l?mtW0AddUM^ioAe 'u^ld o slating terms wh.ch must be mXrate "''l | Ti'-AI'.D wanted-A gentleman and IH^ WIFF from' ruMM'lJ,rd' ,T"? ?? anfarnisheti ue,r lUUtlS! Addr?n C. J ^ DOARDiNO -TWOPARLORS, WITH BEDROOM" A v r? S. with tn.. beds, suitable for centlemln' aU? ,*r room on ??d floor w inhVVX? t h j'u? VfT^Tr suitable lor a gentleman and bis ?ife. Transiant b .srd Vl ilotel'Sir Broadway.'!l0Ut ^ ] Boarding.?gemxkmTn and their tvi\r? and six or eixbt single genfleraen. can liavo boa?.I ?? i mvv afVn's i'n %vti atiached, Irani the 1st of May, at No. I t arroll place, wliere every a11onsi? ? n w in t , [Tr^^^r.VnT.^Vn'-VbrreVt BOARD1 NO.?A GENTLEMAN AND HIS WITE CAN he accommodated with a lart-e sud pl.-m.nt r<> >ra with mat ?? 1" ? 'a'" T' wll0r? tho "f a 'bv,? Si!Ii. l.f V y,d- Ari'l/*' W llenrr street. A couple ol >iwftic pcniltmon oan i>o acc ommodntefl. b?dJri?!K0;~A 1ADT' Vvilfa vi rv retired, is man withV B<:?#i"Di0dating a lady, or lady and gentle uj}"' Plemntroom, with orwttho.it hoard for tho ?t M?ka ^ L? ,le"lr?bl?. being In the vlolnitr Pitt eau. V AddT%" w,Uow A" *? Brand way Boarding?a gentleman and ladt will find a plMMit, furniahod frttnt room, with board for the lady, likewise a front room ud bedroom, at 89 Charlton street, unfurnished. Stag*! paM the hoo*? every livt min utes Call for one week. Boarding.-families and singlb gentlemen can be aocummodated with board aad rooms in the large and commodious burnt No. 1M Uudeon itreet, oorner of Laigbt, opposite St. John's park; oue of the mo?t beautiful locations in the city. Rooma furnished or unfurnished, to lutt applicants. Hot and void bath*. Apply Immediately, on the premises. Boarding-two gentlemen and tiieir wives can be accommodated with deairable roume and board, at ti24 Broadway. BOARDING.-PERSONS WISHING 8uit8 OR SIN gle roomican be accommodated in the bandaome brown atone front house. No. 3UH Fourth avenue. Itla the modern improvements, and will be ready for the recep tion of hoarders by tbe !#ith of April. Persona wishing room* would do well to make early application, aa the location ia unsurpassed for convenience. For farther particular! apply at 1K3 West Twenty-third atreet. T>OARDING.?THREE T A ROE UNFURNISHED rooms .!_> with pantriec and wardrobe attached, to let, with board. Also, accommodations for siugle gentlemen, rooms furniahed. Apply at No. 71 ? arren atrcot. Boarding?in a first class house, eligible location, acceasible to business; hot and cold baths, Ac. Rooms for gentlemen and their wives, at $6 per week for both. Two partiea only can bo accommodated. Addreaa, immediately. Robinson. Herald office. Heat of reference given and required. Only those giving thtir address will r? ceivo attention. Boarding.?a front parlor and bedroom to let, with board, at 52 Kuat Sixteenth street. Spacious iantries attached, and the rooms supplied with f us and Cro on water, hot and cold. Boarding.?two large parlors and bed rooms, either in the second or third stories, With full, partial or public board; also, in the fourth story, bedrooms for single gentlemen, and one large room for a small family. Tbe house is new, with the modern improvements. Refer ences required. Apply at No. 1 Irving plaoe, oorner of Fourteenth street. Boabd in west fourteenth street.?fine stilts of rooms on the second story, front and rear, of a new four story house, having all the modern improve ments. Also single rooms. Parties desirous of making per manent arrangements from tbe 1st of May, may apply at 218 West Fourteenth atreet. Refcreucos exchanged. Board in Brooklyn.?mrs. ring wishes to inform her friends, and those ladies and gentlomen who are desirous of obtaining the comforts of a home, that she has taken the house No. 0 Willow street, not two minates walk from tbo Fulton ferry. The house is now undergoing tho rough repair, and will be newly furnished throughout. Ap plication can be made on or after the ?!d instant. Board in Brooklyn.?thrSe gentlemen can obtain a large pleasant front room, pantries attached, at $2 75 per week each, with breakfast and tea. and dinner on Sunday, at No. 4 Sands street, will,in three miuutos walk uf the Fulton and Catherine ferriva. Refcreucos exouanged. Board in Brooklyn?a gentleman and wife can have board, with handsome rootn (and bedroom if required] on second floor, unfurnished, in a very desirable location. Apply to 13;: Duilkld street, near Fulton avenue. Board near union square.?a gentleman and his wife or two single gentlemen, can be accom modated in a priTate family with fall or pirtlal board, and privato table. House has bath, gas, Ac. Apply at No. 254 t ourili avenue. Board in the country.-the pavilion at New Rooldle will be ready for the reception of hoarders on or before the first of May; also, a cottage of three rooms, suitable for a email family. Good stabling. Apply on tlnj premises. Board on statf.n island ?persons wanting board in the conntry can hear of a pleasant location, within a half mile oi a steamboat landing, by applying at 14.'V West stiect, between the hours 6 and 10 A. M. and 2 and 6 P. M. Board may be had in east tenth street? A furnished parlor nnd bedroom, ou the socoud story. Address box l.biS Post Office. Board in west eleventh street, near Broadway, with choice of rooms on second floor, (peas and bath on same floor.) may ho obtained in aprivate family, fnralndyand gentleman, or three slnglomeii after the 1st of May. No children In the house. Address box 1,544 Post Office. CIOUNTRY BOARD ?PERSONS DESIROUS OF OB J taining country board, can I 0 accommodated, by apply ing at Fiftieth street, between the First and Second avenues; tl e location is on high ground, presenting a fine view of the river, with a spacious garden and all kinds of fruits, milk, Ac., with carriage house and stable. References exchanged. /^JOUNTRY BOARD.? A PRIVATE F\MH,Y RFSintvn ??oRfrd:t8ovr^^.ttccht^ r n'?S ! if i pot or " lM Ceeekcr atroet r pi.EASANT ROOMS. SI' ITA HLK~ FOR ^M iTfFS ; "?"" ?i-'?"ii ??"*&.!*$."' aLg pF.RMANE.VT HOARD WANTED?FROM THF FT If ST h*yinfmoTe*Toom they req?!?'o^^^ak^i^e^ pERMANENT BOARD WANTED.?A 8INGI E rpv tiSiiWI w ITn, board?for a gentleman AVI) fesfigsssssassa^s^ poous TO let.?two SINGLE GENTLEMEN C\V OINOLE GENTLEMEN, AND GENTLEMEN WITff 797 BROADWAY.? PERMANENT d 'rauncnt board may lo obtained at the above hotel E. C. COFFIN. TlIL?WIDf?W.0F,A P?YSICIAN WISHES TO RF nc'ceffiWo 'to gJviru!r>r/iiV??fl'pVil,Fu^ooHvVj^an'V"l'%"(>ar8^ EMt TLi?A? "onaStreet TW?^ /JfNTLEMEN AND THEIR WIVES ALSO TWO ?Kft^-SaWa^B.? rpo LET, WITH OR WITHOUT BOARD?TIIE THRPP office. in,l,roTe,ucnts '? ?"> house. Address H. H., Herald Wanted-three or four children to board nln a r^?Pcc ejHmall Pr'Vftt? family, where there are no other children. and where they will have a mother's euro floor apVtafcig 1U'rU at No' 3 Swond 6trett-t!llrd WANTED-BOARD FOR A LADY IN THE COUNTRY .i\? *AAf c,'1,d v? month* old. A-J diet a Mrs. U.. Herald office, stating term*, location, Ac. u TS^ANTFD PERMANENTLY?A SMALL FURNISHFD ii r?rlor, and bedroom attached, by a'gcntlemnn or mill die.ge. with breakfast, and dinner on Lndava "nprivate family, where there pre no other boarder*. Looation between 'anal ^reet and Union place, near Broadway. Addreaa \ need app'iy. ^ ml "me- iUtln? term.; no other. WANTED.-A SINGLE GENTLEMAN IS DESIROUS ff of making immediate anl permanent arrangement* for mu"! Vr. ?T f"ll board with a very roapeetahle , i iiV.i H y' ^oeatlon moat bo adjaccnt to the Fourth ?.'ii f i* "u?.ira r.?*d!< ,nJ live or ten minute* H . 80 Fon7th*iwnue! rftfCrCnCC' "ch?"<od- Add-' ? HOTKLg. A C??D~TP THF TRAYF.LING PUBUC?ANDo"uR A pitroii In rartioular?The auhacrlber. thankful for ? iT ? ? * patronage of a genernna public, take* ??rPi?rtn' y.u? tcl,derin? bia thanka for the th?f11 H'?t he will continue at the old stand, 34* Broadway. the coinluc year, where he will be bappy to wait on all hia old enatomer* and aa maiiT new one* aa may favor him with a call St Charlea Hotel 317 Broadway. JAMES BARKER, Proprietor riRAMBRCY HOTEL -THIS RLKOANT AND FA?H VX loaable hotel, corner of Broadway and Twentieth ?treat, with it* extenaire additlona, eorapriaing over 250 room*, i* now ready for the accomodation ofThe pVhlu Lr.?r..rKi'V>r 1 thi" h???? "ball eontiuae to de- I ?erre it* high reputation aa a Brat olaae hotel. I . _ 9. DONADI. '#?S S.*IZSJZXSi i fe a w..ky'ri^ ho1*1 -Board for the aeaaon. 1 I.n?T ?! . "n,,"r T*"* of ax.) half priee. See n,>, Hor?e?, U a week. If there la no eoaoh Tn ?i*i?V l w ??PV, J "'"'"t T0(B11 'an hi had at from *T lu.u r The Riehtnond atage meet* the 8, t>. Sand i 0 eloeV l'"?t Irom New York, at Tanderbilt a landing. N. B. 1 j V v??lin^to gecure roomf will pirate make their so ! ls?.tion. Iboy will be kept free fcill the l^th of J- P. KJKLLKTT, Proprieter. 7>Ay,rJ, V>N. SFF BRXOKTOK,?T*1 propriitor ,? , i "'e'.'t '??** lf??c to inform hia irleaJi ij n"w ready t> enter into arrange menta with parties who may wiah to occupy rooms for the or I? I11' l'r?l,rloV;r ' s<"?n on the jirsmiaea I or Icttera left at Delmonu o s Hotel, corner of Broadway and in nf" will be immediately uttended to. The Pa ? i?open in the early part of May or beforo. If a auf I fleiont aho?!( offer to ordor it to do *o. A itearaboat leave* T \?rb; P " No 1 North river, at P and 12 A. M.. and.'i' "?"i1!'.*,1 : b^vea New Brighton at rt and II A. M. and 2 . til , . ' \ A more frequent eommunitation will be e.< tabll?Md?* tbe aeaeon ad\*nce?. Tho di^tanee from New ' J ork to .New Brighton la tlx milea. and the trip la perform ed in (row twenty five to thirty minute.'. F. BLANCARD. | T>OTAL HOTEL, LONDON-THIS nOl'SR, WHICH J I baa bc?n roeommended by almoit all the foreign ne r* paper*. I* tlie only ono in London kept ontirely in the Con tltiental atrle. If i? fre<|uented by tfo flrat olaaa traveller* it ia aituated on the Tliamea, in the eity, which renders It moat delightful for paaaenger* travelling either by ateamer or by omi i' iiafa, wliUh are oontinually paaalng In ?v*ry di American* '* hl""e '* now one of th" Prlncil,al hotel* for UAH FIXTrniCS. FRENdl G\S FIXTURES?NEW IMPO^TnONg*! J net received from the beat inakera in Pari* a'lar? riioli e of ebandcliera, eandelabraa and hrackett* hall lamna The nnileralgned hna the boner to call the attention of tlia S?t nn-i?h.r ? ?"tofk A" warranted, and put np with tbe utmost rsre. ' H DA RDONVILLI, MA Broadway. THS LBOm#nAMV. DK. WIETING'8 LAST COURSE IN NEW YORK. AT Hope Chapel, wpper room.) 718 Broadway, will coin menco with a free lecture, oa Thursday ?vening.*April 21. at 7)4 o'clock, on Anatomy, I'hyaiology, and the Mean* of Pre serving ar. d Restoring Health ; to be illoitrated with hi* ex trnaive collection of inauikin*, skeletons, model#, painting*, AO. ?PKC1AL lOTlCK* Association for the FXinniTioN op tiie Industry of all Natioun. office M Broadway.?New York, April Oth, 1803.?The stockholders of thin as*uclatiou ure hcrety notified that a call of twenty per cent un tho capital atock, being the aeveuth and la*t instaRnent thereof, ha* been ordered by the Board of Director*, and that tliey are required to pay the name, at tliii office, on ur before the 2Uth day of April met ant. By order, WD. WHETTEN. Treaauror. Masonic notice.?1hie members of orient ? Chapter No. 138, are hereby notified that a resolution to change the place of meeting of said Chapter will he taken up for tiual action ou Friday evening, April ?'th, 1H.?3. By order. A. J* 1 iHilElt, 11. P. It. E. RonrRTS, Secretary. ST. GEORGE'S SOCIETY OF NEW YORK?3IXTY seventh Anniversary.?The annual dinner of the St. George's Society will take place at the Astor House on Saturday. April 23, St. George s day. Dinuer will be served at tlx o clock pre >iiely Ticket* for the occasion maybe had of the stewards :? Alfred Large, ,ty Uroadway. I J. E. Walker, 114 Fnlton at. Thomas Telrpcst, H2 Wall ft. | E. F. Ward, 6 S. William st. and at the office of the Albion. No. ,'t Barclay street, and at the Astor Bouse. English vi*Uera to the oity are particu larly lavitrd to attend. Reform i reform i-orand demonstration of the Son* of Temperance, at Metropnlitan Hall, on Wed nesday evening. April 20. Exercise* to commence at 7^ o'clock. Addressee by John B. Gongh, Rev. Theo. L. Cuylcr, and Horace Greeley, Esq. Singing under the direction of Wm. H. Oakley, Lsq., late leader of the Alleghanians. Tickets 12>a cents. To be had at the office of the Grand Scribc, Organ office; J. W. Kullogg's, 12S Canal street; S. Inslee's. 44(1 Hudson street; of ttie officers, and other mom hern of the Order; aleo, at the door, on the evening of tho meeting. EMMF.T MUTUAL B. AND B. SOCIETY ?THE MEM hers of this moiety are requested to attend a regular meeting this eveninr, the 2Uth inst., at 7% o'clock, at Mont gomery Hull 76 Prince street. Business of importance will le submitted to the meeting. LD.MOND BUTLER, President. John J. Gbac t, Rcc. Sue. Notice?the new york ann Liverpool I'nited States Mail Steamship Company?An election fortlvc directors of this company will ho bold at tho office of the company, No, ,V> Wall street, iu the city of Ne>v York, on Thursday, the 21st day of April next, between the hour* of 12 >1. and 2 o'clock P. M.. and at tl 0 same time and place, three person* will be chosen to aet as inspectors for tho unit ?ucceeding election. N. 11.?The fallowing is a eopy of tho by laws of the above company, regulating the election of director* and inspectors of the election of the company, vi*. :?1st. The election of directors of the company shall bo held at tho othce of the company, iu tho city ot N ew York, ou the first Thursday of March, of each year, aud three persons shall then be chosen by the persona entitled to vote 'or directors, to act a* inspectors at the next succeeding election, the polls to be opened at 12, ttnd continue open until 2 o'clock in tho afternoon. 2d. Votcsbyproxytol.oadmiUcd.il tho power he legally executed und in all other respects sufficient. Tho annual election for directors of this company not having been held on the day designated and appointed by tho by laws thereof, an election for five directors will he held at the time and place first above mentioned. New York, March 17, 1853. WM. L. Y0ULE, Socretary. VfOTICE.-THE RESIDENT HOTEL KEEPERS OF Xv tho city of New York aro requested to meet at the Irving Houac ou W ede sday evening next, at 8 o'clock. A general attendance will be expected. By order of tho Com mittee. Notice ?kossleh. from Vienna, whose namr went out, 011 his arri\ al in New York, in 1846, as Joseph J. Kosalcr, pianist, from Vienna, solicit* whoever may have a claim against him t? scud it to box I'll l'o-t Oitiee, Wash ington, 1). C.. for settlement, till the ond of May, 18/iX Tritunc, Courier nnd Enquirer, Express, and Evening Post, New York; Democrat, of Rochester. State of New York, please eopy, and send one copy of each paper containing this advertisement, with the hill, M tkovi FILLOWCITIZENS-ARE WE 1ND K> ? the gas monopolies? 'the ease ia in our hand*;) at this moment aro inve li. atii t ir re pee tiveelai: ? "mpany aro op and doing, >t icir pocket 1 e .if IVred. unless we itlr We shall contln 1 le the price that wo can bo lupplied for. ATPi: PROPRIETORS OF THE BANK < House, No. 11 1'iiic utrect. take pleasure in an noviM their friend*and ihe pablio that they have re sume' ir o.d prices, vix.;?Roust beef, veal, &c., 12)j0.; rump 1 >,ip st nks. 12*a>' ; tender loin steaks, lS;'.ic.; sir loin steaks 2So . aud all .,ur tunal good thing* at the same pricesas heretofore, and should be glnd to see our old cus tomer* at the liunk Coffee House, No. II 1'ino street. HICKS .<t I'EARSALL, Proprietor*. LOST AND FOUND. (JSrtA?LOST ABOUT SIX WEEKS Oil TWO MONTHS JjpAl/ ago, the lialf ol u twruty dollar bill, of the Marino and Fire Insurance Hank of the State of Georgia. The tinder will receive five dollars reward by leaving It at the Herald ofiico. <I?1 n REWARD?OAS FITTERS LOOK OUT-TO ANY ipj.\J person or persons who will fffvc information of gan fixtures and pipes sold at auction hy 'J'. Hell, in the base ino 111 Fti.ro l.'i B illiim street. on tho lltli inst , and removed the next morning between fix and eight o'clock, by souio fraudulent lLeuns, or stolen. Apply to T. GULDEN, H3 Bowery, basement. ?C REWARD-LOST, ON SATURDAY LAST. IN ?JhJ Chamber* street, between Greenwich utreot and West Broadway, & small poodle dog, answering to tho unmo of Prince, w hite, with yellow snots. Tho tinder will rceeivo tho above reward by returning uim to No. tH Warren street. CHILD LOST.?THE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY solicits tlie aid of all hnmane persons who liavo children of their own. in tho rceovcry of his child, a boy, named Louis Wick, and aped seven years, who strayed away from bis resi dence, 114 A ?rk etrcct, Brooklyn, on Saturday afternoon, April 10. and lias not since been heard of. lie is light com plexioned. dark eves, and had on a black roundabout with steel buttons, anil linen apron, with a straw hat, and has loit cue of his front nppor teeth. Should any person hear of such a child, and give intelligence of his whereabouts, they will receive the heartfelt thanks of lilt afliictod parents, and be liberally rewarded. 1'iIlLIi* WICK. Left her home. no. is roosevf.lt street abont half past three o'clock on Tuesday afternoon, in n deranged state of mind. Mary E. Rhines. about thirty years of age. live feet lii^b. hair dark brown, done up with com! e?she was dressed in mourniug. Any information con cerning her will be thankfully received by lier distressed family, and liberally rewarded. Found-a pocketbook, containing a sum of money, which tho owner can have, by calling at WIL LIAM A. LII.LIF.NDAIIT'S cheap paper hangiug,,store,313 Pearl street, and'proviug property. LOST-AT OR NEAR CLARKSVILLE, TENNESSEE, a note for five thousand dollars, drawn by Alexander II. Barrett, dated Henderson. Ky., 1:1 at March, 1853, payable lour months after date to the order of Hugh Dunlop, at tho ' counting house of Wilbur & Scott, New York. It is endorsed In blank by llu-h Dunlop and .lames L. Glena. The public are cautioned against negotiating said note. Any informa tion leading to its rei ovcry will be thankfully received by Hewitt, Lees iIt Co., New York, or James L. Oleun, Clarks Tille, Teuu. Lost?on Saturday evening, fifty dollars, supposed in one of tho Houston street stages. The tind er will be suitably rewarded by leaving it, ut No. 89 Maiden lane. Lost?in coming from 127 allen street, down Allen to Grand, np Grand, on the left hand side, to Clinton street, a lady's smalt gold watch, with white face, with a gold chain uttai bed, on which was a slide containing the initials E. C. W., with * hook at the end. The tinder will be liberally rewarded, by returning the same to No. 41 Front street. IOST-ON MONDAY NIGHT, THE 1HTH INST., BE J tween the hours of 10 utid 11 o'clock, a black carpet bag, ingoing from tho llti4?on River cars to Taylor's Hotel. Corl landt street. The finder will he liberally rewarded, by leav ing it at Taylor's Hotel, by W. C. Guerney. LOST?WHILE GOING FROM ALBION PLACE, through Fourth street and Broadway, to Amity struct, n gold bracelet, marked Fanny A. Corwin. The tinder will be suitably rewarded, by leaking it at Win. S, Corwiu's, ok) Broadway. I OST-TN C.OINO THROUGH BROADWAY, FOUR _ij tcenth street, and Fifth avenue, fnm Eighth to Six teenth street a gold bracelet, with locket. Ac., nttachod. The tinder will be liberally rewarded on bringing it to No. IM Water street, up stairs. EDUCATIONAL. BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS, AT STANWYCK Conn., thirty-seven miles from New York. The ninth scssiou w ill commence May 2d. Terms for board, tuition, washing. Ao , thirty dollars per quarter. Circulars contain ing particular* maj be had at tho store of A. Finoh, No. 320 Greenwich street, where the Principal can bo seen on every Satnrdav in this mouth, between the bonrs of 11 and 12 o'clock A. M. THEODORE JUNE, Principal. THE MISSES BUSTEED HAVE TAKEN A LARGE and commodious house in the pleasant and healthy neighborhood of Carniantvillc, to which place they have re moved their school for yoting Initios. A select number of boardng scholars only admitted A few boys will be taken undeiten years of age. Summer term opons May 1st, 18A3. Application may be made for terms to George W . Hnsteed, Jr., 831 Third avenue: Richard ltustecd, Esq., 45 William street, and the Her. Dr. Sandford, White Plains. vravilijuu' ecim! Camdf.n and amboy railroad to philadel phia?from pier No. 1 North river.?Two lines daily, at 10 A. M. and 2 P M. ? Accommodation line, at 10 A. U*., by steamboat Tronton to South Atnboy, ears to Bordentown, and steamboat R. Stoekton to Philadelphia. Fare?92 Ex press line, at 2 P. M , by steamboat John Potter to Amboy. thence direct to Camden by Mrs?throngh ia four hours aiia a half, fare-is. Returning, leave Philadelphia at 10 A. M. and^2 P. M_. FOR ALBANY-FARE ft.-ALBANY AND NEW York Inland Ronte Railroad.?Two daily eipress trains, at l> A . M. and .lift P. M.. connecting at Albany with oentral linos of railroads North and West, from the new depot enrnor of White, Elm and Centre streets, where through tickets can be proonrcd, and baggage ohsckod for Scheueetady, Utica. Syrseaso, Rochester and Haffalo. Pas tengcrs also received at Broome and Bowery, and Twenty sixth street and Fourth avenue stations. The above trains will land passengers atCroton Falls and Chatham Four Cor ners only. All other trstns will start from City Hall sta tion, ouruer of Tryon row and Centre street, as heretol'ere. Hudson river railroad -trains daily from Chambits street for Albany and Trov ? Express train, 6 A. M?through in four n->iira, connecting with trains raasliing Buffalo or Moatreal at $ o'elock same evening. Mail train, 3 A. M. Throngh way train* at 10*. A. M. and 1 P. M. Express train, 5 P. M. Accommodation train, 1 P. M. Passengers taken st Chambers, Canal, Christopher, Four teenth and Thirty-first streets. Sunday trains rrem Canal street at 7^ A. M fer Ponth kecpsiu; and ft P. M for Albanv. stepping at all way sta tions. EDMUND FRENCH, Ssperinten feut. XT-*' YORK AND PHILADELPHIA. VIA NEW .11 J?r?a? Knilroftl. fr?m foot of CortUn<lt itr*#!.? Stutot Mful and Kipr??t lint. through in fonr hnnri. Faro in HA M anl 4 P M., >2 7.1, !> A.M. and 5 P M., M. Second ela?s. by S and i? A.M. and 4 P.M.. IB M. T?ro?gh tickets fur Baltimore, Washington, Norfolk and Charleston sold. Through bn?r.nw aflpnti in 9 A.M. and P.II. traini. rN? eetigers witfi baggage cross the ferry #Iteea miautes befog* the trains leave. NEW YORK AND MONTREAL RAILROAD -TO BUR* linaton, St. Johiisbnry, Ogdensburg, Montreal aad la termediatc tow ne. rickets are sold at tho New York and New Haven Rallread omee, 412 Broadway. Express trains leave at H A . M. and * 30 P. M. ; baggage cheeked throagh. Freight by ratlroad Steamers from Peek alip every day at IP M Bills of lading furnished. Price rndueed. V. HYDE, Agent, Ma South it|Ht THE TRAOKI, AC. A FARMER WANTED?A MAN AND H18 WI??, TO take charge of ? email farm. Inqaire at No. t wall (treet. A GARDENER WANTED-apply AT THE AGENCY ?=>'?< Nn. Ka?t Fourteenth street. Union sqnare, established for providing male and female servants for every itation in respectable families. both In the city aad countiy. A nomhtir of cooks, of various grades. plain to profosioa*, arc called for every day at tht? ..Wee Good recommenda tions are always necssary. J. GALLAGHER, Agent. CARTMEN'S BENEVOLENT AND PROTECTIVE 80 cietjr ? A. meeting of the public cart men of thla city will lie held at Montgomery liall, 7'j Priuue airuet, on Thursday, the Slit inst., at 7 o'clock, P M. All u.embers are requested to attend, a? business of importance is to he transacted. ROUT. 11 ROCK., President. Rout. Dx-oykr, Secretary. Designer-wanted-nY a steady, active, married man. a situation at a practical first rate fancy designer for Jacquard and Crouipton's loom, aud of fancy casiiiuere in general, haa had twenty live yoars ex perience in thia country anil in England. Can eome well reeomended. would have no objection to take charge or m perintend; location no object. Address J. II., Rockville Poet Office. Tolland county, Conn. (GARDENER?WANTED, A SITUATION, AS GAR J ilener, hy a yonnij German, who haa a practical know ledge of bia business. including green houac flower* and vege, tahle gardening. Address Henry Rutta, Bergen Poat Office Hudson county, N. J. llest of roferenca given. JEWELLER'S CLERK iW\NTED ?ADDRESS, STAT ing salary cx peeled, with reference, E. L. K , Uerald office. LrrnoGRAPiiic artists wantbd.-one or two ebrom i lithographic artists can obtain atf-adv employ ment, should their work prove satisfactory. Specimens re quired for approval. Apply to DAVID CfllLLAS. No. 50 South Third ftreet, Philadelphia. Notice.-an adjourned meeting of the new Vork and Brooklyn Sugar Bakers Mutual Protective Society will bo held on* Tlmrsdny evening. 2l?t in?t.. at the Mechanics' Hall. I'D Heater street. We strongly invite members, and all connected with the trade, to he in attend ance, as business of the greatest importance will be brought nnder their consideration. The time has come for united ao tlon; all otl.cr trades have demanded an increase of wages, and in most caeca have obtained it. Are we, as ? class of the sons of toil going to be behind om brethren f Lot.as show, by our presence on Thursday night, that wo are deter mined to have equal Justice with all other*. Oar demand i* Ills, per day of ten hours, Let ua, then, come forward aa men. sa brethren, be united, and combine for our common good. Li t our motto be "union, love, aud charity." By order of the committee. Chair to be taken at half past 7. VTOTICE TO GAS FITTERS-TWO OR THREE FIRST Xl rate gas fitters wanted, at GEO. 11. TllOMAS'S gas tilting establishment. .'in White street. SUGAR BAKERS WANTED.?GOOD HANDS WILfj f?iid steady employment ami gaud wages, on immediate application at No. 110 King street. The newyork printers' co operative union will hold a minting at Shakspcare Hotel, oorner William and Duane streets, on W ednesday evening, April JO, at eight o'clock. Tho Committee of Conference with the Employers will present a report and other interesting matter some np for consideration The trade gen> rally invited to attend. Offici? co-operating with the Union arc requested to hold meetings and elect delegate', aad hand the ntimes in at the general meeting. Offices with leas than ton men elect one, and over ten two delegates. By order of the Union. J. A. SMITH. Kec. Secretary. TO W ATCIIMAKERS.?WANTED?A YOUNG MAN, an American, who perfectly underatanda hia trade, anil has been in tho habit ol attending store. One coming well recoinmeided. may hear ofa situation by applying, after six P. v., at US Leroy street. TO BELLHANGERS. ? TWO GOOD WORKMEN wanted. Apply to J. I). WYCKOFF, Ij2 Broadway. rno MERCHANT TAILORS AND CLOTHIERS ?WANT A ?d a situation, by a resectable young mau. twenty one yenrs of a -e. to assist in cutting, to bqshel occasionally, i>nd to make hitn-clf generally useful to his employer.' Wft;*t s no object. .Reference given if required. Address M. D., Herald office. rro BAKERS?WANTED. FIVE OR SIX GOOD MEN, J. <n 1 .rd crackers; two to take charge, aud two good dough mixers. Steady work und good wa^es. Apply at 2d) Greenwich street. TO FANCY BAR EP.S?A PRACTICAL CANDY M AKER, having all the tools necessary for manufacturing can dies. ornamenting cakes, Ao , wi lies to hire himself with the utt of his tools, to some one desirous of %irrying on the fan cy baking In connection with confectione^t The advertiser 1 ap bad great experience in hia business, a ?A un furnish tho icst of refcrcLccs. Address Confectioner, II nk>n square Post office. TOTTIE PROPRIETOP.S OF HOTELS. SALMONS. AND ro tauruutx ?We the undersigned oomiulttee, appointed bv tlie Waiter*' Protective and Ueuevoleut Union, do hereby lifost particularly request all proprietor? of publio home* to consider the propriety of rrnnting the jnit and reasonable demand of the Waiter.' Union, pre-fiou^ to Thnr.dar, April J. FLOREY. W. S. HAMILTON. 'V he held at tirnnd Street llall, on Wmlnesday evening, April 2tt, at H o'clock, for the purpose of hearing the final lU cifiou of the committee relative to the strike. N. U.?All ?yyTAITERS, THE "DIE IS CAST.?A^M^F.ETING WILIi Apri wifiteriTwho have not a* yet paid theiminitutlon foe are re vested to cull at the Grand street lfSll, 1-7 Grand street, hi twren 10 A. M. und ti I'. M., on Tuesday, and Wednesday. By order, W.S. HAMILTON, Secretary. WAITERS' BEWARE OF BEING BRANDED AS traitors to this our noble cause.?All who have not enrolled their name, on the secretary's hooks are nartlou liirlv reuueetcd to call at 127 (irand street, on Wednesday, April bttween the hour* of 10 A.M. and 10 P. U. Delay* are dangerous. w ^HAMILTON, Secretary. N B ?It is reque.tcd that ono or mora from each hotel, saloon, rcftnvra.it, and private bouse, will attend the meet ing this evening. _ Wanted.?two good house framers want ed; to smart, active men. eou:tant enip y.uent i nd <rnnd iwi will bo given. Thos > from th) couu ylpro'er ed. JSSEfissfir*' - w anted-ten hat FINISHERS, AT NO. ao DEY street. WANTED?A TIN AND SHEET IRON WORKER. None but a good workman need apply, to whom good wages and stendy cmplnyiiient will be given. R WOOLCOCK A OSTRANDER. 57 Ann street. WANTED-A GARDENER; ENGLISH OR SCOTCH single man preferred, to tako charge of greenhouse plants and fruit, fcus* bo willing to oth."; wise useful. Apply from 1> to 12 A M. and 4 to .1 P. M., at _t> Union a (Uare, corncr Seventeenth street and Broadway. TVANTF.P-A MAN WHO UNDERSTANDS FARMING YY and vegetable gardening, to go ashort dl.tauoe in the country; a Scotchman preferred, tall at the Collamore House, corner Brondw ay nnd Spring Btiect, this day, be tween ? and 12 M., or from 3 to 8 P. M. nrANTED A FIRST RATE CUTTER. IN A CLOTH W ine store. Inquire of NURMAN STEVER, 134 and 136 Fulton gtre?t. . nf ANTED A GOOD BREAD RAKER; ONE Til AT UN VY derstnnds baking in a cool oven. Alio a cake baker; one that understands the business in all its hranches. Both men must be sober and industrious, and come with (rood re commendations from their last employers. Ameri.Ins or Protestant Irish preferred. Apply next door to the eorner of ISSd street and Tenth avenue, in the Btore. TITA NTED A BUTCnER, AT COLUMBIA MARKET, VV 147 Columbia street, South * CO T1IK MOilTART. ^ 7~CARn-HAVmo NOTICED AN ARTICLE IN YES A. terday'e llerald. signed by J. Bosson. Gaptaia of th? T^mkiiis'lUnes 1 deeui it mv duty to reply in a measure. Oh pity, pity, shameful la it, that I am obliged to publieh to the world. the receipt of money by the family. sub.oribed as a donation to keep them in food, and a shelter for tbelc b'shamefnl it Is, it must he thrown up to-them. We, th? Tompkins Bines. CaptHin Bcs.on. gavo yon a benefit ball, February 9. IK',2; and we the Tompkins Hlnos. Captain Be? ?on sre not in possession oftho receipts for the funds oftkafe ball In the nirne of God, ?ntUm?. 8??? '?e"* >?r&svsc; i ?..? "r; i'.rs'.u* fKi'j). ii" ?'<L *1 lV moat of this was rained outniae of the company, they n!so V^vcalictu flt lis 1 I to the family of their late Lloutenanf, John Thomas, amounting after expen.e. to $375 40. Whole 'or. the,hoard of J0bn KfV,ytWU Lunatic Asvt.rM January 30, lHfi2. ^ This bill wai paid from my own pocket. w Received. New Tork, December '^^INE THOMaT' Received, New York. June 2. ISM, of Mr. WanghpS 48, being balance in hand of benettt ball Nr.w York. April 20, 1S53. J. L. WAUGH. ??rera"of oVr lamented friend and aasoeiate. By order of J. BESSON, Captain. _________________ ntnwwTOW. T?nOKKEEPING, AC.?MR. W. J. RENVILLE, NO. JM J) Ilroadway, continnos to recelve new pupil. fer praeti rsl instruction in bookkeeping, arithmetic, Ac., qualifying them in the moat thorough and ettoieat manner forthe datle* of the counting room. Open day and evening. ONSIEUR DUBOS. PROFESSOR FROM THE UNI vcrsity of Paris, (and Madame Dnboa.) ed their classes in the French language, at No. 385 Broad wav Evening olasees, alao. private le.son. la FreneB, Latin, Greek, mnsic and drawing. Moderate terms. OPANISH LANGUAGE.?A SPANISH GENTLEMAN, O favorably known in thia city as a teacher of hl? aativ# a, ply at B2? Broadway, roo? No. K, ?p staira. 3~ to ovir-TnE LAST OPPORTUNITY pHIS MONTH ONLT. lubscrlber for ?ve dollar*. L Of I""'0!.'" ualessons, or ten dollar.for twea erm??live dollars ,tatlonorjr, payable on subacrlb ty-flve leasone. laoledlag t0 y l^W., excenting Saturday In*. , ?t>'n1l!ll|7..oiM, at4V o'clock P. rf. <fentlemen<? *7'* if'fl A M and 7 and H o'clock P. M.. daily. eieeptiM class at fl A. ??. ?? ' ,ori for private instruction, whleh 2T? hiVa'ken at hours suiting the convenience of the pupils, may be taken a 1(]ot<llimith's System of Penmanship, eonvbook with ample in.trnotion. Price ? eenl. ?" VvVooflM f?t one dollar. Gold pen.,of the tineiit tfnlsh, ..fected b, OLIV1R B. GOLDSmi'tH, W> Broadway- ? Teacher wanted-to give lessons in music and French. In a fomale .ehool. Addres. B.. for three day. at the Po.t OOce, rtatln* term, and when an lnter vie'w may be had. iriSITING GOVERNESS.?A LADY, WHO CAN GIVE V the best reference, as to her capability of teaehiag Bng ll.h, French, Italian, music, ?nd drawing, ha. mw a few hours difci^aged. Ao objection to going a .hort^dl.tancejo the country. letter, from any one de.iring her Mrvloes, left at T / Crowen'., No. MH> Broadway, and directed M. V. B., will meet with Immediate attention. WRITING AND INSTRUCTION TO ADULTS.-AN Engll.h lady, of great Sleasing ing who fas been very successful In !'"f!*r:(Jfr,wFT?d the method of In.trnctlon J1" !;" ji.dles at her own ?e I JtHetesf c*onfld*nee wU<4 #n. AddxU. ^.t)Mf. ' U., Broadway Po.t Office.