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?f fee pioneers ef Oahfornia, and ta elaeaed im>| the
Mat aeniaaful of the mllUoaalraa of that auriferoue ra
We understand that he has prevailed upon several
ef Mm Iuuium companies of this city to Mtuiiik agen
eiae to Baa Francisco. with tha view of taking risks to the
amount of many million* of dollars. He now goee to Europe
with tha intention, if poaaible, of praraiUag upon tha ia
muaa offices there to do likewise.
Major ?*?. Toronto; Hen. T. B. Van Baren, Oall
flsnla; J. P. Reynold*, Esq , Virginia; and Hon. Lawia
Vatoiaon, Pa., arrived yesterday at tha Metropolitan.
Marine Affaire.
Van U. S. M. Bncucunr Arctic, Capt. Luce, leaves at 12
o'clock today for Liverpool. She bad upwards of two
kaadred passengers engaged yesterday.
SnuMxa Ugatau, which cleared yesterday for Oallao,
la tha lata Jhitiah steamer Cherokee, which arriyed here
?osne DemNUi from ihe Provinces, where she was
kullt for a war srcamer. She has been purchased by the
Peruvian government, and refitted as a war steamer for
their navy. She leaves to day, touching at Rio Janeiro.
Launch or the Currn Ship North Wind.?This ship
will be launched from the yard of Abraham C. Bell, foot
?f Wanton street. East river, this afternoon, at 2 o'clock.
Aa has been built for 8. W. Goodridge k Co., for the
California and China trado, and will register about 1,000
tons Ospt. J. B. Hildreth will command her, and aa she
?wHl be ready to receive freight Immediately after launch
tog. It Is more than probable that she will nail from here
in the oourse of two weeks for her port of destination.
Launch ok thk Youmo America.?'The clipper ship
Young America will be launched from the yard of W. H.
Webb, foot of Seventh street, to day, at 3>4 o'clock.
This magnificent dipper is two hundred and thirty-nine
?set ilx inches in length; forty-three feet six inches in
hreadth of beam: twenty six feet hold, with twenty
toehes dead rise at half floor. Her keel is of white oak,
stsiD and stem posts, counter timbers, top timbers,
fourth futtocks. and each end of live oak; half top of
eedar, stanch tons of locust; balaoce of frame of tha
aery best white oak. Her entire frame is double diagon
ally strapped with iron plates 4x6 8, crossing each other
at right angles, and running from the upper deck frame
dawn to floor heads; is eopper fastened below the load
Ine. and iron above. Her fore, main, and mizzen masts,
aad bowrprit. aro all made. She has her eopper on, and
-will be at her berth for San Franci-oo in a few days.
8he will bo commanded by Captain D S. Babcock, for
merly of the clipper shin Sword Fish, in which vessel he
rrfonred his celebrated passage to San Francisco She
owned by Mr. George Daniels, and is considered the
proudest monument to the skill of her builder, W. H.
Webb, Esq.
VLaunch or a I'ilotboat.?Mr. Edward T. Williams wil
launch, at 2 o'clock to-day, from his yard at Qreen Point,
the pilotboat Ellwood Walter, named in compliment to
the Secretary of the Roard of Underwriters. She is
awned by the pilots of tha late boat Yankee, which was
k?t under such disastrous circumstances last winter.
She la00 tons burthen: is 72 feet long on deck; longth o
keel 62 feet; breadth of beam 19 feet hold 7 }? feat.
Launch.?The clipper schooner T. A. Ward, of 390 tons,
totended for D. C Freeman & Co. 's line of Wilmington
ff. C.) packets, will be launched this day, at 1 o'clock,
worn the yard of Roosevelt, Joyce k Co., foot of Houston
street. She will be commanded by Capt. Joe. D. Hoff.
Probablb Lobs or a Light Keeper and Two or ilia Mk.v.
?the Col)e:tor of this port, to whom we are indebted
for tha facts given, was informed by the steamer Gordon,
an Sunday evening last, that when off Martin's Industry,
aa Sunday afternoon, from Charleston for this port, she
was bailed by the crew of tha lightship, and informed
that they were without oil. and thort of provisions; and
further, that Captain Wood, in command of the ship, had
been absent for fifteen days. On inquiry it has been as
aertained that Captain Wood and two of his men were in
the city about two weeks since, for oil and other sup
plies. and took their departure laden with a barrel each
of oil, beef, and molssres, since which time they have
neither been seen or heard from. On these facts boi ng
made known, Mr. Boston despatched a boat for the light
ship with oil and provisions, with a view also to learn
the fate of Captain Wood and bis men. We shall pro
bably learn further particulars on return of the messen
ger to-day.?SavanMh Georgian, April 27.
Defalcations.?A more recent examination into
toe accounts of Case, the absconding Collector of Customs
at Sandusky, shows the defalcation to amount to $33,000,
Juatead of 19,000, as heretofore reported. It is rumored,
too, that the late Postmaster at Sandusky is also deficient
boot* $1,600. The lata whig Collector at Cleveland is re
ported to be short come $20,000. A full adjustment and
examination of accounts may make all straight with tha
laat two.?Cincinnati Enquirer, April 22.
Prison Contracts.?The Auburn Prison con
tracts were awarded on Monday, and ware distributed,
according to tke Advertiser, as follows :
Same contract, to Haden k Letchwood, 40c. a day pr. man.
Saw and file " R. Russell, 45 ??
Cabinet " Noah P. Clark, 70 610 "
Machine " John Curtis, 60}? "
Tool " Geo. Casey, 70 ??
Shoe ?? E. P. Rots, 51 "
There was considerable competition among contractors.
Romantic.?A couple of persons were married a
abort time tinea, whose ages are. respectively, seventy*
tour and seventy-three jears. They were lovers in the
hej -day of youth, and a matrimonial connection was then
prevented by parental authority. They have each been
married and each lost a partner by death. The frosts of
time have failed to chill the warm affections of their
hearta, and with tha weight of years ujon them they have
now come together to fulfil the vows of their early years.
?Springfield Republican.
Aaeoclatlon fbr the Exhibition of ."the Industry
Of all Nations.
Office No. 59 Broadway, New York, April 26, 1883.
Notice is hereby given that tha Board of Directors
have resolved, by virtue of their amended charter, to in
ereasetbe etpitsl of this Association to four hundred thous
and dollars, and that one tho??*<>4 rharM of '."Creased
eapital stock will be distributed, at the rats of on* share for
evero three shares, to the stockholder! appearing as such on
the nooks of the corporation oa Friday, the 6th of May: pro
Tided that, on or before the 16th day ef May, they pay one
hundred dollars upon eaeh of tho said additional shares; but
?o fraction of a si.aro will be regarded.
The transfer books will be closed from 2 P. M., ef the fith
af May until 10 A. M. of the 17th of May.
WILLIAM WHETTEN, Treasurer.
XV. H. McDonald'a Commercial Ncmpapei
Advertising House, No. 102 Nassau street, corner of Ann.
The very best leading papers, from all parts of the United
State* and Canada. Lowest prices and fullest authority ei
the publishers. Information freely given. Call and examine
?9 acuities.
The Laat Day?915 only for a Beautiful
Homestead and healthy location.?Two thousand and elzb
kuildlng lots and eighty farms worth over $13,000. to be dis
tributed among fix hundred subscribers, on the 3tith of
April, 1S53. Eaeh subscriber, for $15, will receive a war
rantee deed for four lots, 25 by 100 feet, or a farm from two
to twenty acres. The villsge of Koae Vale, where these lots
are located, is only n short distance south of the celebrated
Lake Konkvnkoina, the beauty and roinantio appenranoe of
Which la praiaed by all who visit it. Here may already be
Men the best evidence that oan be desirod that Itnee Vale,
J<ake)and and llermanville will shortly bnoineohoiee'plaees
on Lang Island, long known as the moat hnalthy part of Ame
rica. No fever or agno ever prevails. A mild and invigor
ating olimate, and a gentle brecio from U10 Atlantic is
almost constantly wafted over this delightful spot. For a
ahare apply immediately to CHARLES WOOD, No. 2C8
Broadway, where uiaps and painyhlots ran be had gratia.
Opening of the Music and Pianoforte Ware
rooms of lloraoe Waters, No. .133 Broadway, corner of
Anthony atraet.?110 RAJ F. WATERS bc^s to inform
tbe inlmbitants of New Turk and adjacent cities that he
will open for the inspection of thcapnblk- his music and pin
nofortc warcroome, on Monday, May 2. Having recently
purchased the entiro etocka of muaic plates and rupy rights
of Jul. M. Jaques. (formerly of 3tf Broadway.) C. G. Christ
man, T. H. Doughty, and Cumminga and others, and, with
his own publications, in prcnared to offor ono ot the most
complete catalogues in the United Slates. lie hap mado ar
rangements with F. Franklin Ilassford, and other popular
artlr.ts and composer', both in this country and in Europe,
for their compositions, ininc of which will ho soon Issued.
Sole agent for the sale of T. Gilbert A Co.'s celebrated piano
fortes, with and without the feolian attachment; Smith's
melodeons, superior to any in use; and for Martin'a unri
valled guitars, which be will sell, wholesale and retail, at
factory prices. The largoat assortment of second lu.nd pia
nofortes in the city? prices from $2Ato SlIO. Dealers, teachers
and seminaries supplied on thejmoBt liberal totras. Also,
pianos to let.
Ttila Day Goldsmith Clotes, at till Room*.
2R9 Broadway, bis books for the registration of tivo dollar
Twpils. The aystein will never ho roHiimed. This la nmi
iive.y the laat opportunity to learn a perfect hand from
GOLDSMITH for five dollars. Names muat be reentered
before 8 P. M., to-day. Quiet, convenient rooms for privato
aeholar*.
Plated Forks, Spoons, Castors, Fine Cutlery,
Britannia wore, step lad !cr*. clothe i linr-11", kitchen table*,
tin ware of allkinda, mat*, brnahvn, basket*, Ae., An. X full
a?a?rtm?nt at lo w prieea. J. W, & C. SULLIVAN, 76 Sixth
avenue, corner Wavorley placo.
Hare we a Bartbonciomoni| in!?Tlie Knick
erbocker for May ban nti cxtry from the Bunkum Flan Stuff,
en thr Bourbon nuertion. I'uhlithed till* day, and for *ale
by all pwlotl?linlWt
(So an<l See the Prt mift House Hair Dwm
in? ind Imtliinjr anloon, of CIKFIN .fc 00 ? corner of Broad
way and Spritg atreet, if only for ?he curiosity of the thing,
anil when yon ret there, if you am not tempted 'o partake
of iti luxuries iu aoine ehape. we are greatly inlataken.
Tea*.?The best assortment of flne Teas will
"be found at the atore of the Canton Tea Company, No.
10 Chatham atreet, between Pearl and Rooaovelt atroeta,
?be oldeat tea eetabliahment in the city. We asaure our
reader* that they can do better there than elacwhere,
?Mber at wboleaale or retail. They have no branch atorea.
930,000 Advances.?Furniture Malt*.?Rranrh
A McDONTELL, Auctlon-tra, US Fulton atreet, will giva
attention to aalea of furniture at private reaideneea, or at
?betr aalet room*. or will pnn haae tho furniture nf partial
^bo may prefer diapoaing of it at private rale. They will
saakea dvance* on oontignment* to the above amount.
?Wolfe's Crlrbrntrd Srltlcdam Aromatic
lebnappa ia preaeritiod by the medical facnlty in caaoa of
vel, gout, chronic rbeumutlam, and obatractunia ?f the
aeya and bladder. For aalu by all the rcapoctable gro
a era and drngiriate in the United statoa.
UDOLPIIO WOLFE, importer, 23 Beaver atroet.
The Sunday Carriers nrc Informed that
routes and lists of namra for the New York Sachem ran be
fonnd at the effice, No. 100 Nasaau atreet, where they arc
requested to call.
Patent Self-Hrating Smoothing Irons?l?e
every houaekeeper who deairca to be relieved from the great
beat, fatigue, inconvenience and cinenac of ironing, danger
of lolling the clothe*, and to have the wor't done in half the
time, tiae theae irona. A liberal diaeount to merchant* and
travelling jgentf. N. D. HUNTER, 308 Broadway, corner
Walker atreet.
Vlookkceplng Is the Most Serviceable of Ac
Sntioment*, and independently of its pociinlary a Ivantagea,
ke Stidy of double entry commend* Itxoir to every man ??
a mean* of intellectual enltnre, affording a* It doea an in
genious and beautiful illiiatration of the harmony of method
uvi<i the vac of number*. At FOSTER'S Commercial Insti
tute Rh7 Droadway, thi* art i* taught in an exprdltlon* and
superior sit nrer, andadnltaar* qualified to dlacharge the
dntleaofthe counting honae with accuracy, promptltndo
and despatch.
Ttusses.? Aa Nrrnls continues to be Cured
In the newapanera, nnd generally in the worat atagoa?and
vi* tf*e affieten. fer tbe lait Hinnr,'d yA^ra l ave *.een hum
kM|?d Willi iheaaiua ?t?ry, Hi* aaiue traiSka. mi4 pruciavty
tbe lame fixtnrea?wonld ft not b* wall to aall at No. 3 Bar
?Uy ?tjr?et aud ??*oui.? ? w?d?ia
Twoha?<w<P?|Mmiutn>?????<?yimii
Impossible for on* uUbiuhBnt, bat tllSl * CO. ?jm
fruintlj tut <rat three ud four hundred ploture# it tM
beet days, which, for quality and oheapnesa, h?Te '?**
anllM, and seldom equalled. Hum * Co. ar? wlthouta
rival is th? two shilling picture making. Boom*, No. 289
Broadway.
The Hat.?Doubti*M a Hat'ia Hat for all
that, whether it bo aneoatb, ill shaped, poor aaality, or
otherwise: hot, to be the ha* par exeellenee, requires ? oom
blaatiea of the bast aad most appropriate materials, man
ufactured with exquisite taste and skill. 8??h a hat,
suited to the season, may always bo obtained of WAR
NOCKS, hatters, 27ft Broadway, Irving House.
If WOO want a LlgHt-and Kaiy Hat for the
head, and beantiful in style and finish, buy one of W P.
DAVIDS'8 bats. The* aro decidedly the must elegant hat
Jot offered to tho pnbfle. Salesroom 301 Broadway, seoond
oor front Duane street, where all tastes may b? suited.
Jacob Banta, Ko. !W4 Bowery, keep* on hand
an assortment of goods, comprising caps fir men, children
and Infants: also a great variety or palm leaf hats. Ills $3
summer bats surpass all others for eleganoe, lightness and
durability. Don't forget the number, 264 Bowery.
Hati and Cap* at Wholesale.?'The under
signed lias on hand an assortment of fur, silh, wool and Kos
suth bats, carts, Ac., also Panama, palm leaf and Canada
Lraid hats, wuich he will soil to country merchants by the
eif? or deien, at very low prices, for oash. (.,'11 AS. U. AT
KINS, No. 212 Greenwich street, between Barclay and Vesey
streets.
Hats ?Reasonable, Elegant, Durable, and
low priced.?People of taste do not ncccsarily disprove the
practice of economy, and as they find they can procure the
"'J.??** quality or bats at lower prices than elsewhere, at
KNOX A JAMES'S, they patronise them very liberally.
Call on them, at No. KS3 Broadway, (near Heller's Saloon of
Wonders,; and examine their large and varied assortment.
Matter* and Things In General.?By the Man
about town.?SprlncKtyle Hats for 185.1.
"Pray, what is the excltcmcnt at Knox's hat store?"
" Why, nothing unusual?he's bad such before!
Just now, I presume, tho rnsh that you nee
Is for the spring style hats for eighteen tifty-three.
"There's suoh a marked difference In the new style,
That renders the change an object worth while,
Wish just enough bell for elegance and ease,
And brim the right width to make the hat please.
"The brim has a small curl, and rolled at the sido,
A neat band of tho texture, and not very wide:
In fact, all the essentials Improvement can bring
Are combined in the style he liMgot for the spring.
"The above Is the regular style, and then
He has another style, designed for young men;
Lower in the crown, and the brim quite flat,
Which makes for young men an elegant hat.
"Those whose impressions he has, may now send
For the spring style hats, and safely depend
On a hat that will please, and tit them so good.
That, for comfort, will feel as a hat always should."
No. 128 Fulton street.
Drake, U Bowei y.?To-the Wearer* of Hat* ?
Particular attention Is called to his beautiful spring patterns.
He has also on hand a largo assortment of misses and chil
dren's fancy straw goods of tho first order. Thus. Arm
strong, salesman. R. J. Tiffany, foreman.
?Good Morning, Mr. . You don't look
well." " I am not well; my hat gives mo a severe headaohe."
"So did mine, till I went to Williams, and got it shaped to
my head; and how I feel as comfortable with my hat on as
off." N.B.?$50 will be given for a liat superior to tho one
on exhibition at WILLIAMS', ISO Fulton street, two door*
from Broadway.
Meallo's Spring Hut* ?Every 'gentleman
Who wishes to make a pood appearance in Broadway this
lemon should secure a Meallo hat. There are none in th?
market that can compare with them for beauty and ele
gance. MEALIO'S establishment is at No. 410 Broadway,
corner of Canal street.
Gentlemen's Hats, Spring Styles, Children's
fancy hate, caps. Ao., of the moat approved styles, are now
ready and for stle by KAFFEKTK A LEASE, No. 57 Chat
ham street, and corner of Chatham and Pearl streets.
Spring and Its superb concomitant, the light,
brilliant, and highly flniahed Geniu hat for the season, are
now fairly inaugurated. This graceful fabriii, from its fea
ther weight and exquisitely graceful shape, seems expressly
intended for this bland weather. This seems to be the gene
ral opinion, for the demand increases rather than abates as
the season advances. So highly finished a hat has never bo
fore been produced for $4.
GENIN, No. 214 Broadway, opposite St. Paul's.
F.II- Amldon, Fashionable Hatter, (formerly
of Wall street,) is now located at (>49 Broadway, a few doors
above Bleeoker street, and nearly opposite, ills old friends
and the public who appreciate a nno hat?an easy fitting and
graceful hat, are desired to note this fact.
AMIDON, G49 Broadway.
I:! }'' Thu
positc Astor House. ' ' ' (saleg room) 11 i'*rk row> op'.
Bay your Hats where you get a Good and
fashionable article for a moderate price. W. BANTA, 106
Canal street, sells a good hat for $3, and be ha| one of the
most beautiful collections of httu and taps, for children,
conalsting'of blonds lace, straw, Canton, Dnnstible and Leg
horn hats; Leghorn :and straw braid flats, for misses: in
fants' line straw braid and boys' snow-white Panama hats,
Ac., Ac. Corner of Canal and Wooster streets.
Crowds continually flow Into Union Hall,
the great clothing warehouse, coraer of Fulton and Nassau
streets, sure of obtaining what they desire. Crowds flow ont
?f the same popular establishment, satisfied that thoy are
well suited at the cheapest rates ever named in New York.
Alfred Bluitroe & Co., Mo. 441 Broadway,
would eall the attention of purchasers of clothing to their
spring styles for gentlemen and boys. Well made goods ex
clusively, and no deviation from marked prices. Clothing
made to order, and warranted to give entire satisfaction.
Gentlemen's furnishing goods, in great variety, may always
be found at this establishment.
Spring Business Coats, Spring Overcoats,
?ring sacks, spring frocks, spring vests, spring pants, in the
largest and moat beautiful variety of goods, seleutcd front
|>*r choicest spring importations. D. .t.J. DEVLIN,
Nos. ill and 36 John street, corner Nassau,
Fine Clothing.?John K. Hora, No. 130 Fulton
street, has constantly on hand a general assortment of
fine ready-made clothing. Also, a good supply of cloths,
easaimeres, and vestings, which will te made to order at the
shortestnetiee. JOHN K. HORA, No. 139 Fulton street.
Be ye Clothed?To be Properly Clothed, It
if enlv necessary te call on our friends, W. W. PARSELLS A
CO., No. 31 John street, corner of Nassau street, where every
article necessary to complete a gentleman's wardrobe may
tie found, of superior style and workmanship.
More Ill-temper, Irritation, Inconvenience*
and loss, are produced by tradesmen who don't keen their
fromlses than they have any idea of. When GREEN, No.
Astor House, contracts to make a set of shirts, which
shall tit satisfactorily, within a specified time, he rogardi the
promise as Mndiug as an oath, and never disappoints.
Bargains In Mourning Goods?Just Re
ceived, bayadere rohos. foulard silks, full and half mourn
iug plaid and stripe silks, plain black do., muslins from one
shilling and upward, bareges, tissues, hernaai, de bage, de
lainea, Canton erapes, bombasines texiennle, Canton cloths,
alpaccns, 6 4 black de lainea, mantillas, bonnets, Ac., which
we arc offering lower than can be elsewhere procured.
BARTHOLOMEW A WEED'S new Mourning Store. No. 651
Broadway.
Mantillas.?Another Large Invoice of Rich
mautillas just opened at the new store, 92 Bowery. A beau
tiful article for fourteon shillings. Also, a largo lot of barege
delaines and muslins, \ery clump
F. CARR A CO., 92 Bowery.
Sewing Machines about to Make a Strike.?
In consequence of the great advance in the price of all ma
terials, and of wages and rents, it will soon become impera
tively necessary to raise the price of our incomparable sow
ing machines. Those interested will please take notioe of
tbie fact, and supply themselves at once. Each machine will
earn an elegant competency. J. M. SINGER A CO.
Crystal Palace Carpets, at Hlrnm Anderson's
eight sisciont eales rooms. No. 99 Bowery.?Magnificent now
styles Mosaic carpets, one entire piece ; also, rugs, land
scapes, table covers. Ac.; royal Velvet tapestry Brussels
carpets, imported expressly for exhibition at the New York
Crystal Palace. Also, Hare's celebrated English floor oil
cloths, of fresco. Gothic, and Italian paintings; also, English
and American imperial three- ply and ingrain carpets, at
Astonishingly low prices. N. B.?Beautiful ingrnin carpets,
at 80, 40, 50, GO, 70, and 75 cents per yard. Oilcloths, at 31,
40, 45, and w cents per yard.
Canal Street Carpet Store, No. TO Canal street.
E. A. PETERSON A CO. call the attention of their friends to
the stock of new and elegant earpetingsinst received from the
most celebrated manufactories, comprising tapestry velvot,
Brussels, three-ply, and Ingrain; also, a large assortment
of oilcloths, Venetians, mattings, window shades, Ac., Ae.
Carpetlngs*?Peterson A Humphrey, 3T0
Broadway, are daily roeeiving, per packet* frem Europe,
additional supplies of riuh and elegant oarpetings, of supe
rior fabric ana styles, entirely new, and particularly adapt
ed to city trade. For sale full ten per cent less than other
stores selling similar goods.
Gentlemen who l/ook before they Leap, arc
respectfully Invited to call at AGATE'S, 23<i Broadway,
where, unquestionably, the display of rich spring goods,
consisting of ganzo underclothes, hosiery, cravats, gloves,
pocket handkerchiefs, Ac., Ac., eclipses every other assort
ment in the city
Satisfy Yourselves.?N. B. Rrew. corner of
Grand street and the Bowery, is now takinjrnaily the finest
and cheapest Daguerrcotypos ever made. The people know
it. hence the crowds that daily visit bin rooms. A beautiful
Picture, finely encssed and preserved for 50 cents. N . B.
No extra charge for cases, colorinir, or preierver. Children
taken In two seconds. Warranted to please.
The Voice of the Public Press, over the
whole Union, has been beard in favor of Boglo's Amole. tlio
l eft, cheapest, and easiest remedy fur that peculiar sensi
tiveness to pain which accompanies shaving; and, also, in
recommendation oT his Hyperion Fluid, the unsurpassable
beautlfler and restorer of the hair. Sold by the inventor,
WILLIAM BOGLE, 277 Washington street, Boston. Also,
by A. B. A D. Sands, 100 Fulton street; Wm. II. Cary A Co.,
246 Pcnrl street; Hnshton, Clark A Co , 273, and Rice A
Smith. 72(1 Broadway, and by the druggists and perfumers
throughout the world.
To the Travelling Community.?Recom
mended by physicians generally in tho United States.?
Wolfe's Aromatic Schicdum Schnapps, a snrpcrlative tonic,
dinretie. anti dyspeptic, and invigorating cordial, is espe
cially recommended to all persons residing or travelling in
the Southern nnd Western States as a demonstrated preven
tive of those derangemonts of the atomncli and bowels pro
duced by the waters of these regions, and snperlndnoiagthe
anue, rcmittant and billions fevers, now olilofly peculiar to
them. The Aromatic Schle.lntn Schnapps can bo obtained
in easel, conttining each twodonen bottles, either quarts or
pints, according to order. The bottles are neatly labelled,
and v rapped, and escb 'benra the fae simile of the proprie
tor's signature, without which the article is unquestionably
spurious. UDOLPHO WOLFE, Importer,
22 lloavcr street.
Gtaml Re.openlng, on Monday next, Ma,
2d, of the Balls of Fashion, (old stand.) .133 Broadway
second floor. A question has heensnflked fraqnently, vi?.:?
"Whi.t is the reason that GEORGE P. FOX. the United
States Under of fashion, has rcmovad his store to the second
floor of the snmc premises?'' Why, because he om soli
cheaper, and make liner and be tter work, free from dirt and
filth, and has now got a new, Inrge, magnificent, and better
store: and, mind ye, secondly lecsuae he has got well paid
to do so by a w?alt.hy Boaton pianoforte firm, T. Gilbert
A Co ; third, because he has got a first rate, fashionable
custom work connection, oftho John Randolph stamp, i. e.,
'?who pay as they go;" fonrth, Fos keeps the lead, and
sings?"Oh be Joyful, who's afraid." Le Heynard Intends to
rnn the horses'and the hounds, namely, opposing or en
vlors individuals, to th? death, otherwise, he will aot per
iiiipr mere ircreifnlly?ret thot" n? fi'ilt. "nn the ? ron*
?i?ut.'' tiiii. nhs, iuuic will Visit toe t bi fcjo*, iuaru.
Slid judge, on Tneaday text, and girt /out orders at a grvat
vu fum?r
?tVt taOwrtbtr luvtn|
U addition to the building# of hi* manufactory,
rfm for sale hi* large and splendid awortment of marble
BtaUU, DOW ta hi* vutrotaa, comprising tho moot costly
tenlptured statuary, Pyreneaa, Brooatollo, Breeeia, Lisbon,
LlTuto, black and (old, ui vcinod mantel*. Frioes rnusing
from no to tt.OOO. Tho attention of parties batldlag trot
ilui house* If lolioitod to thil advertisement. JAMES
LEVY, 113 to 131 Cut Eighteenth (treat, bltvMi Third
?Teas* and Irving plaoe.
Mew Jewelry Store In Broadway.?We see
that Mr. LEVI 8CRIHNER, for the last too year* well
known la thU business. at 74 Fulton street has reoently
onenod a icleadld iter* at 365 liroadway, which is well stock
ed with choieo watches, diamond ringB, and pia?, which oan
not fail to pltAM the most fastidious in price uid quality.
Swla* Raxors, from the Manufactory of Ja
3ue* Lecoultre?These rauiri have no equal in their eztrema
urabillty end kesnnes* of edge. For ealo at
SAUNDERS', No. 7 Astor IIoom, and 387 Broadway.
Comb Factory, No. 38 Broadway.?Ladle*
ara respectfully invited to eiamina tho newest stylos of tor
toiee ?hell and l>uffalt> horn dr??e combe. The assortment is
unequalled for variety in the city. Repairing done.
1 A. A J. SAUNDERS, 387 Broadway.
Window Shade*?Beat Assortment In the
world, atKELTY * FUROUSON'S, VOX Hroactway Mid
14 Reade street. Dealers supplied from first hands, Minus*
warranted to stand any elimate, and sold lower than at any
ather establishment. N. H ? Store, ehureh, and other largo
shades, painted and lettered to order, in isperior style.
For Sale Cheap?Two solid mahogany top
connteis, each 10 feet by 2 foet 3 inches, together with a lot
of shelving, all as good as new, and well adapted to the dry
good, business. A^WOOD, ^ CQ K#_ 33, Broadway.
Fine Boot*, Shoe*, Gaiter*, Ae ?Watklns, of
No. 114 Fulton street, has the largest, finest, and best stoek
to be fonnd in this city, all of his own manufacture. Persons
wanting articles for their own feet, or for their families, ?
respectfully invited to call before purchasing elsewhere.
Laoktair-GlaM Wawhoi>?1W8 I?ooWi|.
alasaes at reduced prices.?RICHARDS EINOSLA^TO, Ne,
|8 flortlandt street. The trade supplied with frame*, As., M
eompesition state. Factory No. 186 Duane streot.
By letter* Patent?Secured 1819?Pulver
maeher's Patent Hydro-Electrio Voltaic Chains, constructed
to be worn under the garments, are the most wonderful dis
eovery in medicine and electricity of the present day. The
Importance of the invention has been acknowledged in
America by the Academy of Medicine in New York, and
the chains nave boen applied with great suceess in the medical
colleges, the City, Bellevue and Ward's Island Hoapitals.
Brooklyn City Hospital, ie.; and in Europe by the Royal
College of Physicians, London; by the Aeademic National
d* Medieine, Paris; by tho Imperial Faculty at Vienna; by
the Royal Faculty at Berlin, and other scientific institu
tions or the highest order, including the prluoipal hospital*
la Europe. The proprietors are iu possession of testimonial*
to the same effect from all the above institutions in Amenoa
and Europe, as woll asof tho most eminent kaad distinguished
members of tho profession in both hemispheres, and invite
the public to examine them. Full and illustrated descrip
Meng?one for personal use and one for scientific men?with
eepie* of testimonials, and a number of eases cured in New
York and Europe, may be obtained, gratis, at the office.
The* js ill be forwarded, free of postage, to any part of the
UnlMl States, in answer to pre-paid inquiries containing
Iteee-sents postage stamps. /. StEINERT, No. 568 Broad
way, corner Prince street.
are
Professor Alexander C. Barry'* Tf Icopherou*,
or mcdicated compound, 137 Broadway.?Tho year 1853 has
opened with a demand for this preparation which has taken
even the proprietor by surprise?accustomed as he is to large
sale*. Twenty gross a day barely fill the daily orders. Coun
try dealers state In their letters that the public is literally
olamoroua for Barry's Tricophcruuf. Probably tho Bales for
1F53 will reach one million and a half of bottles. The uni
versal declaration is that no such preparation for beautifying
and perpetuating the vicor and luxuriance of the hair exists,
or ever lias oxiated. As regards its effect in healing wounds,
stings, bruites, *0., and relieving all inflammation and irri
tations of the skin, those who have tried it are equally unan-.
imous. In short, public opinion sets one way on this sub
ject, and hears upon its current tho solid evidences of popu
larity and profit. The retail price?25 cents per large
bottle?is so small that no one hesitate* or cavils at it, and
the reduction mado it favor of doalers enables them to realize
a most satisfactory return. BAKRY'S Tricopherou* i* al
most as much a staple article of consumption as bread. Sold
wholesale and retail at 137 Broadway, and by the prinoipal
merchants and druggists throughout the United States and
Canada, Mexico, West Indies, Great Britain, France, Ac.
Ksotcrlc Anthropology? a Comprehensive
treatise tn the structure, functions, passional attraction*
and perversions, truo and false physical ani social condi
tions, and the most intimate relations of men and women.
By T. L. NICHOLS, M. D. lfmo.; 482 rages; 81 enitravings.
Price 91. Sold by STRINGER A TOWSSEND, wholesale
agents, 222 Broadway, New York. Ordered of them through
any reputable bookseller, or sent by mail, post paid, by
the author, at Portehester, New York, n?ar New York city.
Thi* work ha* been pronounced by competent authority
the best physiological work extant, and, in some Important
respects, tho only satisfactory on0 ever written. Nearly five
thousand copies were mailed during the first three months,
and no scientifio work was ever reoeived or responded to
with more enthusiasm. It is the book of the age.
Rheumatism and Scrofula. ? Hyatt'* Llle
Balsam is as certain to cure the worst cases of rheumatism
as water is to quench thirst, no matter how long the case
has existed. It cured Mr. J. Snyder, No. 211 Gold street,
Brooklyn, after be had teen a cripple sixteen years. Ill*
bones and joints were drawn out of place and shape, and he
bad spent a fortune in remedies and with physicians. The
balsam is equally ccrtaiu to cure scrofula, king's evil, the
fonlest old ulcers, morcnrial diseasos, neuralgia, Ac. It
cured Mr. E. B. llolly, Nn. 125 Orchard street, of an ulcer
after he had been six months in tho New York Hospital, and
was then given up by tbe able physicians In that institution
ns incurable. Three bottles effected a perfect cure. Hun
dreds of case*, equally stubborn, have been published in the
Herald, Sun, and other papers, certificates of which can be
si en at the prinoipal depot, 246 Grand street. 75 cent* per
bottle.
Shoulder Brace*, Trusses, Elastic Stocking*
for enlarged veins of the leg, elastic knee cap*, ipinal sup
ports, ladle*' belts and supporters, club foot and knock
knee, and every other kind of instrument, with an assort
ment of children's truuea, at No. 12 Ann street.
Kelllnger's Beautiful Liniment cures Im
mediately so tho disease never returns, no matter from
what cause, with male or female. The patient 1* delighted
and strengthened by the hour. R each?$9 a dozen. The
Doctor's great central depot is at 476 Broadway. For sale
at 230 Pearl street, and by the trade generally throughout
tho otty and country. For sea sickness it never fail*.
Watts' Nervous Antidote Is a certain and
speedy cure for neuralgia, rheumatism, tic dolercul, cramps,
debility, and all aervou* complaints. If not found benefi
cial, the money refunded. 91 per bottle; six bottles, 94 50.
38 Ann street, one door below Nassiu. Sent to any part of
the country.
Mew York Crystal Palace.?Stranger* -rlslt
Ing the Fair should be Informed where to get the best snd
cheapest wigs snd toupess. CLIRKHlfGU'S recent im
provements, both in fit and form, have rendered them the
wonder as well as the delight of all wig wearers. Copy the
sddxess, 179 Broadway, up stairs.
Gouraud's Liquid llalr Dye 1*, without ex.
eeption or reservation, the very best ever invented. Beware
of puffed dyes. Equally celebrated is Gosrand's Medicated
Soap, for curing pimples, freckles, sallowness, chaps, rough
mess, Ac. Poudre SubtHo uproot* hair from any part of the
body. Liquid Rouge. Lily white, and Hair Gloss, at Ne. 87
Walker street, near Broadway.
Hill, Inimitable Cutter of Hair and Whis
kers, is now at Lis new, large, light and beautifully fitted np
dressing room, at 43 Nassau street, corner of Liberty street,
where he is prepared to dye hair or whiskers instantly and
beautifully.
As We Are.?This Exhibition Is visited dally
by ladies, gentlemen, and children, who arc well pleased,
and speak In the most glowing terms of it. aud le.ive re
luctantly; but go with tho determination of ealllsg again,
with some of their friends. It is at COSTAR'S rat, mouse,
cockroach, and bedbug exterminator depot, 448 Broadway,
in the bjuik room.
Innumerable Proofh are conquering all
doubts as to the efficacy of Cristadoro's Hair Preservative,
in prolonging the vigor, beautr. and luxuriance of tho hair
for any perioa of time. The demand for it is increasing at a
ratio that almost defies belief. Orders pour iu from every
quarter. Suld at CRISTADOKO'S, No. 0 Astor Homo.
In what doe* the Superiority of a Hnlr Dye
consist? In its instantaneous action, its naturalness. its
permanence. Cristadoro'* cxcelsicr hair dye possesses theso
ef sentials in a superemlncnt degroc. Manufacture'!, sold and
applied by tho inventor c Aitor Uonie.
Mjurrlc?lf
On Thursday, April 28, by the Rev. Dr Knox Rioharp
H. Johnkon to Kahau Cmua daughter of the late Rev.
'William Cahoune, Jr., all of this city.
On Thursday evening, April 2S. by the Rev. T)r. JohnM.
Macauley, JofiKTH H. CoWdrky to SnoAU Van Swjnokn,
daughter of the late lA?rrence Hill, Esq., all of thin city.
On lhur>day, April 28. by the Rev. 5. M. Hitkino,
Ralph W. Kenyon to Julia Waterman, all of Willi*msbuig.
On Thursday evening April 28, by the Rev. I>r. Hat
fie'd, Mr. Wimjak Lkx, of Philadelphia, to Miss Eleanor
L Jongs, of this city.
Philadelphia papers pleare oopy.
On Weinesdiy, April 27, by tho Rev. Dr. J. H. Price,
Robert Cochran, ef White Plains, N. Y., to Eliza Jank,
daughter of John Vanderbllt, Esq , of this eitv.
On Tuesday, April 26, by the R?v. Jas. L Hodge. Fred
rick McRkady to Pntxui Ann, daughter ef Elvin F. Ket
ham, Esq., of Huntington, Smith long Island.
At Kastchester, N. Y., on Thursday evening, April 28,
by the Rev. I?. fievinne, Mum G. Smith, of Mount V ernon,
to Maktiia Ja>k, eldest daughter of Augustus lawrense,
Eta., of the same place.
Pennsylvania pap^ts ple\?e copy.
In New Lebanon, April 27, at the residence of the bride's
father, by the Rev. Mr. Pay. Mr. Henry M. Sear*, of San
derM-llle, Ct., to Miss Mary B Wiikklkr, eldest daughter
of Jame* Wheeler, of New Lebanon.
At Carthajena, Feb. 19, by th<? R?v. Jose Angel Jeron,
Mr. Arn.'n i?. Hanaiii-hiiii, of Brooklyn, L. I., to Miss
Mkrckdbb ToofV., of the former place.
Dlert,
On Thursday, April 28, Roman1 Stopdxrt, in the 83d
year of his age.
The frUnds and relatives of the family \re respectfully
reiuctrd to nttend the funeral, from No. 130 Leonard
street, this afternoon, at two o'clock. The remains will
b? taken to Greenwood for interment.
On Friday morning, April 2'.'. In the 42<1 year of his age,
Edward A. Clark, son of the late Alexander Clark.
The funeral service* will take place at St John 'a Chapel,
Varick street, to morrow afternoon, at half past 2 o'clock!
The relatives and friends of the family, and those of his
brothers, Pelham. Alfrel H. and Charles C. Clark, are re.<
(ectfullv invited to attend.
On Thursday, April 28, of apoplexy, Hannah wife of
Jofcn J. Bennett.
The relatives find friends of the family are hereby invit
ed to attend her funeral this day, from her la to resi
dence, at the Narrows, L. I, without further invitation.
Boston papers phase copy.
On Friday mornlr.g, April 23. Rohina R Stavi.it, young
est daughter of Joseph and Henrietta ?? Stanley, aged 3
yfnrs and 24 days.
The friends of the family are respectfully invited to .it
tend her funeral, this af.ernoon, a?. two o'clock, from No.
200 Wert Twenty fourth street,.
On Friday morning, April IB, James F., youngeit son of
James IS and Mary 1. Mingay.
Tlie relatives and friends of the family are ro^peetfuKy
invited to attend the funeral, to morrow morning, at ten
o'clock, from his late residence, No. lBChristopher street.
The remains will be taken to Oreenwood.
We'll lay him In bis little grave?
'Tis haid to lay him there
When ?i iirc is putting forth its Coiers,
And every thing Is fair.
On Friday, Ajpril 20, at the residence of hex mother,
CAranm, dn|bter of tU? liU HtcliMl Dow ling, la ttM
I 20th i(u of her ago.
The fttnm) will iako plaoo from hor mother'* roaifenoe,
I No. 00 RooMToHatroot, to morrow afternoon, at 2o eioek.
On Friday evening, April 29, Lccu mama, daughter of
I Hiram A. and Catherine A. Maynard, aged 1 year, 8
month* and 6 day*.
| Tt e frieDd* of the family, the member* of the Polloe
Department, and the member* of Zaeharv Taylor Chapter
I No. 89, O. C. A.. are rerpeetfully invited to attend the
\ funeral, to morrow afternoon, at half paat one o'eloek,
| from Fifty flnt street, near Second avenue.
In Wllliamebuig. on Thursday evening, April 28, of
croup, Chaklhj, only son of Benjasin A. and Harriet Nor
ville, aged 2 year*.
The friends of the family are respectfully invited to atr
tend the funeral, tomorrow afternoon, at two o'clock,
from the residence of his parent*, in Sixth street, between
North Sixth and 8eventh street*.
Lovely in death.
On Thursday, April 28, at Fort Lee, N. J., abraham
Ckxyeunc, Esq., M. D.
The relatives and friends of the family are invited to
attend hi* funeral, from hi* late residence, No. 118 Bar
row itreet, to morrow afternoon, at two o'clock.
ADVERTISEMENTS RENEWED EVERY BAY.
SEE THIRD, BIXTH AND SEVENTH PAGES.
RBU6IOC8 NOTICKI.
Young people.-a discourse on the con
trol of tbe Tongue, will he delivered in the Seventh
Preabyterian Church, oorner of Broome and Hi ilea street*,
to morrow evening, at 73S o'clock, by the Kev. EDWIN F.
HATFIELD, D. D.
Elijah, the prophet.?s. s. snow, s.m.c., will
preach the pure Word of God to-morrow, at 3 and 7!,'
1*. M.. at the Free Church, 103 Bowery. Afternoon Subject?
the Minion of Gavazzi. Evening?the Minion of Elijah.
Mai. ?,?.
Foreign missions.?a sermon for the pres
byterian Board of Foreign Missions will be preaehed by
the Rev. Dr. Smyth, ef Charleston, S. C., and an abitract
of proceedings will be presented, in Dr. Alexander'lChureh,
Firth avenne and Nineteenth itreet, to morrow evening,
May 1. Services to commence at half put leven o'clock.
THE LBCTU1UB SEASON.
Lecture-metropolitan hall.-the revolu
tionary Fathers will speak in Metropolitan Hall, on
Saturday evening, April 30, at 7>? o'clook, on tbe "American
Government," "Public Schools,1' and the "Papal Despot
Inn." An interpreter will be present to explain the long
forgotten family tongue to their bewildered and wayward
children, who are squandering their inheritance among
stranger*, and seeking to "satisfy their hunger" on tbe
"husks" of superitition and infidelity. Admimon tleketa,
2ft cents; to be had at the principal bookitorei and at the
4ee?
Metropolitan hall.? the sentiments of
the Revolutionary Fathera will bo presented, in Me
tropolitan Hall, on Saturday evening, at 7}? o'clock, on the
American Government, Publio Schools, and the Papal
Deipotiim; and an address, in exposition thereof, to their
bewildered, wayward children, who are iquandering their
inheritance among itrangers, and seeking to " satisfy their
hunger" on tho "hunks" of superitition and infidelity. Ad
mission tickets 25 oenti, to be had at the prinoipal book
stores and at the dour.
SPIRITUAL manifestations.?EIGHTH WEEK.?
Professor Owen will leoture to morrow evening and
during tbe week, at the Hall of the Mechanics' Institute,
corner of Bowery and Division street. Mesgri. Burkhart
and other medium! will attend, through whom rapping, tip
ping, and other demonstrations are made before delighted
audience?. Admission one shilling. To commence at 7%
o'clock.
DANCING ACADEMIES.
PRIVATE LESSONS IN DANCING, FOrt GENTLE,
men, at (UK) Broadway?A private class forming for the
spring season, for a few gentlemeu. Instructions in the
new dances?redowa, polka, ichottisch, quadrille*, waits
ing, Ae. For particulars, apply at 2M Bowery, bookstore.
R. BURNTON
LBGAJL NOTICES.
Common PLEAS, SPECIAL TERM.-BEFORE JUDGE
Daly.?Catharine Pfciller against Uonry Pfeilfer. On re
port of referee, and motion of M. Van llovenbergh, plain
tin's counsel, decree granted for limited divorce, with ali
mony for aupport of plait titf.
M. van hovenbergii.
Plaintiff's Attorney, 334 Broome stroet.
HOMESTEADS.
FORDIIAM VILLAGE LOTS.?ABOUT TWO HUNDRED
lots of various sizes, in the beautiful village of Ford
1mm, Wettchefler county, tituated on the Harlem railroad,
t?n miles from tho city of Now York. These lots are do
tirally situated, being within three minutes walk of the
depot. and commanding an extensive view of the country
for utiles. There are twenty-six daily trains that stop at
the Fordbam depot, and the commutation is only live cent*
each way, making tl is place the most desirable of any other
for persons doing Business in the city, A person always in
attendance at the Fordham depot on the arrival of every
traia to conduct persons to the property. Term* easy; title
inditputab c. For mnps and fall particulars apply to
BF.RRIAN A HANKS, lb Na-sau street. New York; ?r at
the Post office, Fordhum, Westchester county.
PETER8VILLE HOMESTEAD ASSOCIATION.-THIS
Association, formod for the purpose of enabling the
member* to escape the exorbitant rents it present demanded
for dwellings in this city, have secured a tract of land, beau
tifully situated in the immediate vicinity of New Rochelle,
with the intention of cutting it up into building lots. Said
land is to be distributed among the member* of the Astooia.
tien in one-quarter and oue half and one-acre lots, *t the farm
price. The men-hers make weekly payments into the hands
of the Treasurer. 75 cents per week, entitles a member to
one-quarter acre, $1 50, to one-half acre, and S3 per week,
to one whole acre. A number of houses and barns arei at
present on the ground, and any member drawing a lot that
has a house or barn thereon will be entitled to the tame
witbeut other charge than the weekly payment.
A* the ground i* desirable in every respect, holding out
fair irospects for a good investment, even if the party should
not settle on it himiel', the Association has no hesitation in
inviting the public to become members.
Public meetings of the Association are held every Monday,
at the American Hotel, corner of Broadway and Orand
ttreet, at 8 o'clock P. M. Information can be had at any
time as to the working of the Association of it* officers, a* fol
low*:? F. A. POTTER, President, No. 2 Hanover ttreet.
WM. H. HOYT, Treasurer, No. 230 Ninth avenue.
P, N. Cellatly, Sec'ry, No. Iti7 Broadway, room No. 5.
s
OUTH WILLIAMSBURG.?THE NINTH REGULAR
?J meeting of the South Williamtbnrg Village Association
will be held at 1*7 Bowery, on Monday evening. May 2, at 8
o'clock. The public are invited to attend. The officer* will
be in attendance at 7 o'clock, to rcoeive the weekly dues.
DR. E. U. K1MBARK, President.
B. W. Wn.90!f, Secretary.
HOTELS.
ImYlTON HOUSE. FORT HAMILTON, L. I., WILL
open for the reception of boarder* May l*t. The steam
boat Eagle will commence her regular trip* April 18th. tro*
pier foot of Murray ttreet at "J A. M., and at 2 amdIS P.
leaving Fort Hamilton at 8 and 10 A. M. and 4 P. M., untfl
Jan* l*t, when the trip* will be increased, leaving Fort
Hamilton at 7^ A. M. and New York at 0 P. M., for the re
mainder of the season. Partle* wUhing to engage mom.
ean addrett the P*?l>ri*toi at Fort UamllUn. or at the of
tee, Aitor House. HAH LEY D. CLAPP.
PAVILION, NEW BRIGHTON.?THE PROPRIETOR
or this establishment begs leave to inform his friend*
and the public that he i* now ready to enter into arrange
ment* with parties who may wi*h t* occupy room* for the
ensuing season. The proprietor can be seea on the promisee,
or letters left at DelmonUo'* Hotel, corner of Broadway and
Morri* street, will bo immediately attended to. The Pa
vilion will open ia the early part of May, or before, if a *uf
tieient namber should offer to order it to do *o. A steamboat
leaves New York, pier No. 1 N. R., at U and 12 A. M., and
and 6 P. M.; leave* Now Brighton at H and 11 A. M., and 2
and5.20 P. M. A more freqnent communication will be **
tablishcd as tbc season advance*. The distance from New
York to New Brighton i* six miles, ?e.l the trip is perform
ed in from twenty live to thirty miBUUj^_BLANCARD. _
TnE CARROLL nOUSE, NO. 722 BROADWAY, OPPO
*ite the New York Hotel ?The above houte, havingbeon
ftted up in the mo?t complete stylo, for an elegant and
fashionable hotel, on the European plan, will be onuned this
day for the accommodation of the public. N? pain* or ?*
prnte have been spared in placing thit establishment in the
inost complete order for the comfort, convonienco and '""ry
of it* guests. Most ihoice roomt, or cult* of rooms, ean be
supplied to transient or permanent boarders The under
signed ha* been engaged n* the proprietor of large and fash
ionable hotels in the city of Hartford, and elsewhere for the
last twenty years, and feels warranted m laying.that he ha*
a most thorough and complete acquaintance with the
Ill tW Sr?Boh?e, .Bd invitee his old friends, as well a*
Lew one*, to favor him with a call. BUKT McKINNF.Y.
INSURANCE.
S"^VvESANT~FTRE INSURANCE CO.-OFFICES, 151
Bowery corner Broome street, under the Bowery Bank,
and fO Wall street^Caoitat. $200,000 ?This company Insure
against loss or damage by fire, dwelling houses and furni
ture, v. ftrehoust'H. stores and merchandise, tactonep, 8hips
port Ac., on the most favorable I terms. All lottos will b*
immediately adjusted and promptly paid.
FREDERICK R. I.EE. President.
SAMUEL WILLETS, Vice President.
Bekj. J. Pejitz, Secretary.
Joni? Cox, Surveyor.
N. H.?AppHcations fer insnrance in thi* comnanv may
be left with Mann A Richardson, at the branch office, 60
Wall street.
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1 An BOTTLES OF CHOICE OLD BRANDIES,
1UU.U" "U win**, Ac.. Ac., of the but irTades, for fa
mily use- alto, a largo assortment of 1 randies, wine*, gin,
whiskey, in variou* sited package*, imported oxprcttly fur
dealer!, at twentv p*r cent below any other houte.
' to H. UNDERBILL, 430 Broome street.
1 n DOZEN FINE TABLE CLARET WINE, AT
1U.UUU $1 Ntperdoten, bottle* retimed, 5"0 cases St
Jalien ar.d St. Estephe, Miltedjor.dealers, from $2 per case;
Schiedam Schnapps. Club Schnapp*. Dublin and London
*tout, Scotch ales, palo ale. Aa. Ac., for sale by
W. U. UN DERUILL, <30 Broome street. _
ATTENTION OF FAMILIES AND DEALERS IS RES
pcetfnlly invited to the wine depot, 3S# Fonrth avonne,
CI rner of Twenty eighth street, branehof the celel rated ei
tablisliment el William 11. Underbill, 430 Rroome street.?
Tl e above store is nn !> r the superintendence ofOeorge B.
Browne, and the public can rely on obtaining choice wines,
1 randies, ale*, porter, Ae., Ac., nt twenty per cent below
tl.e price* utually charged. Pertons leaving the city by the
Now Haven or Harlem railroad, will iind the above a con
venient location.
ROCHELLE BRANDIES ?NOW LANDING. AND FOR
tale, from wharf, ptrrhlpt Euphrotlne and Francis Palm
er. of the superior Cogt r.c star proprietor s !,rand. Also, Seig
nette, Cognac and Bordeaux brandiet, Burgnnrfy port.
Champagne, Ac., for pale from U. S. Bonded Warobou?e, at
low rriccs. Apply to
L. H. SIMPSON t\i SONS, Importer?, 19 Noafcr street.
EXIUDHIONS.
CUNDAY MORNING HO AT TO J NEWliURfi, LAND
O ing at Yonkers, llastini", Dohb*' Forry, TarrytowB.
Kirr Sinr, Havorstraw, Verplanclt'c. Caldwell's. Coctenc
D c'k. ?ti?i Cold Spring. touching at Hamm-nd droit each
way. Fare, tf> certs to Ncwbur/. or 7r> eents for theittoilt
tion. The tleamer THOMAS K. HVLSE. (apt. U. Hell
bv, will leave the piir foot of J.iy ttreet, third rinr above
Chamtert iticet every Snnday morning, at i 4 o'clock, for
ti e itVovc pv ees enmtnei dug May I. KetnrninR, will leave
NeWbtirrat IX o'eleek, I'. M. Tlicsc tripx will be continued
(liirlt g the Ftnsnn.
inmowxii.
MRS. ALWIN, RENOWNED IN EUROPR FOR fUWj
?kill in foretelling the fatur*, hat arrived, and wH)
fnrnith inteHigenoo by interpreting dream*, law mattera
and love, by attrelogic bookt and sMence. She tell* to la
die# and irtntleinen 7b? name* of ?he person* Miev will mrs
? rti ' <?' ? 'ls ' l? V?? >lwir <v.
?uaiiib, > reneh and Uerman languap** K??icl.o?... M*
Bowerv up .taira, near Stanton street Offiee honra flo?
10 A. M. t* S P. M. Laditt Cettts. r.?U?(Bto ?L
A^WILL EDUCATED YOUNO MAN, 21 T?AM OF
age, vuti to get a situation, after tb? Aral ?f Mny. M
elerk erlUht porter in any kind of wholesale or Importing
betinee*, urovan, grocery, or liquor. Ha iftakl Ml write#
Eagliah and Gorman perfectly well, and bw alto ooaeidera
bleknowledge of tbe French language. Ia willing to make
himself generally useful. A note addressed to J. P. M., at
hi# present place of occupation, 144 Fulton street, will be
promptly attended to.
A SITUATION WANTED, BY A MAN WHO HAS
had twenty year* experience aa a bartender. Beat of
refereneea given. Address 11. Wood, Herald office, for
three day*.
RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN WANTS A SITUA
tion aa laundrese. ihe la a firet rate washer and ironer.
Can be seen at her preecnt situation, 10 Waverley place,
for two days.
A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN WISHES TO OB
tain a situation aa chambermaid, la a respectable family,
or would do general bouaework in a small re?peetalilefamily.
Good city reference. Can be aeen at her present situation,
SI2 Greenwich street. for two days. .
A GENTLEMAN OF GOOD BUSINESS QUALIFICA
tlona, and having a large aonaain^ce in the Stataa of
Nortl. and South Carolina, Georgia and Alabama, la daiiruni
of making an e usage me nt in a dry good* bouse in thie city,
ltcat of refereneea exchanged. None need apply butthoee
who are diapoaed to treut liberally. Address i. U. A.,
Charleston. a. C. _
A YOUNG MAN, AN AMERICAN, WISHES A SITUA
tion in a wholeaale or retail dry goody store, a# sales
man. Haa had aouie experience, ana will expect the en
casement to be permanent. Reference from last employers.
A line addressed to B. F. W , Herald office, will be attended
to.
A respectable VOUNG GIRL WISHES A SITUA
tion aa chambermaid anil laundress, iu a private family,
or weuld do general bouaework in a respectable family; un
derstands tine washing and ironing, and plain cooking, ''an
be lighly recommended from her laat place, where she lived
two years; leaves on asoount of the family going to board.
Can be seen until the 1st of May, at 812 Greenwich street.
YOUNG WOMAN WANTS A SITUATION AS CHAM
bermaid and waiter, or aa nurae. Can bo aeen at her
present situation, at bti Tenth street,'near Fifth avenue, for
two day*. '
A
A
STEADY WOMAN WANTS A SITUATION AS PLAIN
j?!cock, washer and lroier. Can be seen at her present
situation, at M> Tenth street, near Fifth avenue, for two
days. .
Boy wanted in a lawyer s office.-to one
who writes ft Rood baod, ftnd ii acquainted with the
city, a reftaonftble comptnention will be _ Apply
No. 19 Beekman street, to J. S. (. ARPENTIEtt.
Bookkeeper wanted.-address j. b. p.,
Herald office.
COOK WANTED?A WOMAN, TO DO THE COOKING,
washing, and ironing of a small private family; one who
If obliging and willing to make hersolf generally useful.
Apply this day, at No. 7 Tenth street, near Sixth avenue.
None but tlioae having good elty recommendations need
answer thll.
CITY NEWS REPORTER WANTED. ADDRESS B. B.
Herald office.
Drug clerk wanted?in the wholesale
business. One well acquainted with the buiinusa can
apply at 127 Maiden lane.
Drug clerk.?wanted, a young man, fully
convcrsuit with the general routine of a first class
dispensing establishment. Apply to B. C., Herald office.
Dry goods sale men wanted.-two good
salesmen, who aro woll acquainted with the retail dry
goods business in this city. Apply at 221 Greenwich street.
ti. UHOCUEItdN.
Employment wanted in a store, by a young
man, a native of Scotland, recently arrived; has had
considerable experience in buaineFti in Glasgow and Liver
pool. is a good salesman, bookkeeper, and accountant, and
would make himself uaefol to his employer. Salary a se
condary object. Lcttors addressed to N. B., Herald office,
shall have Immediate attention.
Nurse wanted.?a protestant woman, as
child's nurse and line aewer. She must be accustomed
to the care of childreu. A competent person may apuly at
112 West Twenty second stseet, between nine and one
o'clock. Good city references required.
Nurse wanted?an efficient and capable
woman as children's nurse. One who is of a kind disposi
tion. and faithful, may hear of a good situation, by addressing
W. B., Herald office, with real name and reference*.
Nurse wanted.?a protestant woman, to
take charge of au infant, One with good oity refer
ence mav apply from 2 to 5 o'clock P. M., or during the
?veiing, at 1U9 Fifth avenne.
Seamstress wantf.d-one that can come
well recommended as to character, and as being a good
neat sewer. She is wanted only by the day. Call at 10
e'cloek. at 110 Fifth avenue.
SITUATION WANTED, IN A WHOLESALE TEA OR
grocery store, by a young man recently arrived from
.Scotland. Has a good knowledge of tea and coffee, under
stands bookkeeping and acoounts, and is experienced in bo
linets matters generally. Please address S. T., Herald office.
SIX MEN WANTED?TO WORK ON PEG BOOT BOT
toms. None but good workmen need apply. Also, a
man to work by the week. Apply at !!*)? Division strcot.
TO DRY GOODS CLERKS.?WANTED, TWO GOOD
salesmen, accustomed to the city trade. Apply at 2!ki
Second street.^
TO CAN VASSERS.-WANTED?TWO YOUNG, ACTIVE
and persevering mon to canvass for advertisements in the
eonntry newspapers. A liberal per centage will be given.
Apply to JULES BONNET k CO., Agents for the best and
most widely circulated journal! throughout the United
States and Canada*, No. 2y% Wall atreot.
WANTED?A SITUATION, BY A respectable
young woman, late from England, as chambermaid or
waiter or to do general honsework in a small private family.
Can be seen for five day*, at 3S9 Sixth avenue, between
Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth streets, third floor. _
TTfANTED-A SMART, ACTIVE YOUNG MAN, TO
VY attend a flour and feed store, and to take care of
l.orses. line who understands tho business, and ran come
well recommended from his last employer, and who will do
as he is told, may apply t# G. W. Childi, corner of Kont
and Flushing avenues, Eaet Brooklyn.
TirANTID?A SITUATION, BY A respectable
VV young woman, at chambermaid and waiter, or to assist
in the washing and Ironing. Has no objection to go in the
country, and to do the work of a small family. I? trnst>
worthy, and can be leen at her present situation, No. 173
East Broadway.
Wanted?a situation, to take charge of
and instruct children under twelve years of age, or as
assistant to aa elderly lady in the country, or would travel;
would encage in anything not menial. Salary not so much
an object Address Assistant. W Lexington avenue.
Wanted?a situation, by a respectable
young English woman, lately arrived in thie city, as
seamstress in a private family; thoroughly understands
dressmaking. Can be seen fer three days, at 173 Elm street,
three door? from llroome. between the hours of nine ftnd
four o'clock.
ANTED-A SITUATION, BY A YOUNG WOMAN,
as chambermaid and sterwardess. Best of city refer
ence given l'lease call for two days, between 11 and 1.
o'clock, at 74 Washington street, betweenChailes and Amos
streets, fourth floor, badtroom.
IU7"ANTED?A SITUATION, BY A SMART WILLING
Vt girl eighteen years of age. as chambermaid and child I
nurse; in a small family. Can do plain "owing. Is compe
tent to do general housework. Hfts no ohjeetion to go ft
short distance in the country. Can give good city reference
from her last employer. Please call at 221) First avenoe,
second floor, front room. Can be seen for two dayi.
"\irANTED?BY A respectable YOUNG WOMAN,
VY a situation iu a respectable private family, as chamber
maid and laundress, or as child's nurse; she is an excellent
washer and ironer. Can give the best of city reference. Ap.
ply at ICO Third avenue, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth
streets, in the rear. Can be teen for two days.
"WANTED-BY A respectable MIDDLE AGED
Tv wi)iu?., perfectly understands her Imsineis, a
situation as cook. In apfiVyte iSWj. ?SVVi" ~Ii7h Ytreet'
with good city reference. Please call at 75 Greenwich street,
second floor, back room.
-tir*NTED?<IN A GERMAN FAMILV J'RfcjFERRED)
>\ a situation as cook, by ? firman girl, who has ""'d
several years ?? coo*, washer and ironer. and perfectly un
derstand;* her business. Inquire at her present place, y?>.?tate
street, Brooklyn. *
WANTED?BY A RESPECTABLE AMERICAN WO
YV man, a situation as nurse or seamstress, or to take
care of children. Best of city references can be given. Call
nt No. 3tifl lllteeker street, for two days.
H7"ANTED?A SITUATION, BY A respectable
VY young man, as coachman; fully understands the care
of horses. Has good reference from his last place. Please
call at 100 Eleventh street, between First and Sccond ave
nues. first floor.
lirANl ED?SITUATIONS, BY A MAN AND HIS
VY wife, both French, but speak English fluently, anl he
sr.raking Gorman; they arc dcslroun to live in tho same fam
ily he as butler, and she as lady's maid and housekeeper.
Tl.ev are both qualified fnr tho situation", and have oacel
lent recommendations. No objection to travel, or to reside
n the country, as their inain object is to he together, and
if well treated would devote themselves to their employers.
Address D. W.,^3 Walker street. ^
YirANTEI)?A SITUATION, BY A YOUNG LADY, TO
Yt go to California with a lndy or family going there, as
waiter or nurse and seamstress; she understands drest
nnkini, and is a good tailuross. To go by the steamship
Unele Sam or Union, to sail on the 6th of next month.
Refcrcncei; exchanged. Apply at Sir. Campbell's groonry
store, cerner of Forty fourth street and highth avenue. Can
be seen for one week.
WANTED?WASHING. BY A WOMAN WHO IS A
VY first rate hand ; has a large yard aud plenty of water.
She has no family; ladtu?\ gentlemen's and families' washing
will he done in the best uianne'. Apply ?tthe second house
we#*of Seventh avenue, in Twenty-sixth street.
WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN. OF TWENTY
years experience as salesman and in general business
with his employer, who has now retlroVl, a situation as ulork
or asent in a store in some good business. Beit refereueo
given. Please address L., hox 3,637 Po"t Otflce.
WANTED?BY A SOBER, INDUSTRIOUS YOUNG
VV man, a situation its gardener, or to take care of horses;
is willing in make himsilf generally useful. Inquire for W.
D., at llalatead, Haines & Co.'s. 31 Nassau street.
W\NTF.P-A NICE. TIDY protestant GIRL. FOR
YY general housework; iTiist be a first rate washer and
ironer and good plain cook. Such as are willing to make
then.stives generally useful, may call, with reference, at 2r3
Mndieon atrect.
"H7"ANTED?TWO NURSES, WHO perfectly UN
VV dirstcnd their busiuess Onr*ompotent to take charge
of ft young ir.furt. The other for a child two years old
Those who ure fully competent and willing, aad can brim
nnrx* eptionahlc rceotr.nirnidatlous, may inquire at .1! East
Eighteenth street.
TirANTEP-A GIRL OF PLEASING APPEARANCE
VV may find an easy and agreeable home, by addressing
li. O.. Chatham square or Broadway Post Office, with par
ticular*.
"\\rANTED- A GIRL, Ttl DO GENERAL HOt'SK
YV work. She mi. Ft be a lirst rate washer and if oner and
good plain conk, and not afraid to work. A Protestant pre
ferred. Wagejfe per month Apply irauicdiately at So.
17 Walker street. City reference reqnlred.
WANTED-A RESPECTABLE yol'NO tVOM.VN. A*
chambermaid aud waiter; mnst b* neat, Mvtel In
commended, and able to come at onos. Apply, between I and
10 A. M., at 12* West Fourteenth street, n?ar Seventh ave
nue. ??
WANTRD-A SCOTCH OR WELCH wom AN, TO GO IN
M a.ee ?U a month A Iso. a ^ooteh or W?leh p?rl to do the
elomberwork, sew, and assist In the care of tw? children.
Wage* *4 per iteLth. heleicnee ttyiUoL
wjjrrt. ^
"WTANTED?TWO YOUNG I1N, TO CANVASS FO*
TY _something ???. To tboM wi(iliac to Irifil tkni|b
^ *t the **?>? time make mousy, as opportu
i. 7 i". ??I t,w?' hKu pressnted. A teats Ml maka
Jf#5 *?teJN pa* day easily. For particular* apply te A.
jf; ?*T,0Ijj '' the North Aneritu Hoial, 90 Bowory, flfa?
V to 12 A. M., aad 2 to 4 p. M.
WANTED?A YOUNG MAN. TO DRIVE A HORSE
*>4 waaon, ud uka klnself inmllj uafal; >iM
ka recommended. Alia, a mart girl. U do the work af a
small family. Apply at the VauderMlt Market, Vaadorbilt
laadiag, States Island.
WANTED?THREE BOYS, FROM TWELVE TO FOUR
tcaa years of ago, te'leant the retail dry good* business.
LORD A TAYLOR, 61 and 63 Catharine straet.
WANTED-A YOUNG MAN, TO TRAVEL, CAPABLE
of aeeempanimaata on violin aad piano aad of flaying
two or more trass instruments. Address V. W , Herald
?See.
"VITANTED-A BOV, FROM 14 TO 18 YEARS OF AGE,
TV who ran bring g?od recsmmendations aad make kina
solf gsnsrally usefaiin aa eating saloon. Inquire at No.
101 North Moore street.
WANTED-A CLERK, IN A RETAIL HARDWARE
store. On* that lias some knowledge uf the basin ess;
also, a boy. Apply at No. H) Sisth avenue.
WANTED?A STEADY AND WELL EDUCATED BOY,
In a broker'! offlce. Apply at H3 Wall (treat. up
stairs.
WANTED-A BOT, TO ATTEND A LIQUOR (VPORB;
one with (ome knowledge uf the business preferred.
Apply to C. 0. GRIFFIN, 84j Hudson (treat, corner Charl
ton.
WANTED?AN APPRENTICE. TO LEARN THE LA
pldar* trade; a boy abont the age of 14, with good re
commendations, can apply to C. J. A W. Mason, 14U Fulton
street.
WANTED?IN A LAW OFFICE, A BOT WHO
writes a good hand. Address, in handwriting of appli
cant, stating name, age and residence, boa 2,S12.Post Offlce.
WANTED-TWO PORTERS, IN A CARPET STORE,
who understand the business. ApjjJy at 254 Broad
w*y.
WAITER WANTED.?A THOROUGH BRED WAITER,
whu can read and write, and haa unexceptionable re
ferences aa to charaotar, may obtain a good situation in a
mall family, by applying at 49 Lafayette plaeo, Atom 3 till i
o'clock, P. ?.
WANTED?SITUATIONS FOR SMART, TIDY, SOBER,
honest. Industrious, and capable servants, of varioa*
nations and every demeatie station. Apply at tbt Protest
ant Employment Agency, 7 Carmine street, inaction Sixth
avenue. N. B ?The recommendations of sorvaate are ob
tained dircctly from employers by ourselvo*. No chart* M
Protestant servants.
eom
Frt
THK TRADES, ?!.
An adjourned meeting or the hard bread
baker* will be held on Saturday evening, April 90, at 8
o'clock, at Grand 81 ret-1 Hall, 127 Grand atreet. Ceme lit,
come all?the crisis li at hand. Hy order,
D. McKENZIE, Secretary.
At a meeting held AT NO. ll JACOB street.
by the extra hands working in the heavy leather store*
for the purpose of notifying their employer* that they
should require an advance of wage*, the following resolu
tion* were adopted:?
Resolved, That as all mechanics and laboring men have
justly asked and obtained an advance in wage*, we feel that
we are justly entitled to do the same, so aa to enable as to
supply oar families with the neoeisarle* of life, whieh we
cannot do at present, rents ud provision* being so enor
mously high. .
Resolved, That we will not workj for less than tl SO per
day, or twenty-live oents per hour when not working a rail
day.
As no other busines* of importance was before the meet
ingg. it was
Reeulved, Tbat we adjourn, to meet on Moniay evening to
receive a report from each store.
A. T. DELANT, Secretary pro tea.
CUTTER WANTED?AT THE CLOTHING EMPORIUM,
No*. 1 and 3 James slip. None but a first rate shop ana
custom cutter need apply. W. A. BRUSLE A CO.
Engravers and lithographers.?wanted,
a good copperplate letter engraver, and ? crayon
drawer. Apply to Jegel A Sehwarta, No. 12 Gold street.
Notice to candle makers.?a meeting op
the candle makers of the citv of New York will he
held on Saturday, the 30th inst., at 8 o'clock, at Hermitage
Ball, corncr of Allen and Houuton streets, when the com
mittee appointed at the former meeting to wait upon the
employer* will make their report.
JOSEPH HOWE, Chairman.
John Dyke. Secretary.
TO SIIIPSMITHS.?A BLACKSMITH, WHO HAS HAD
some experience in shipamith's work, is anxious to en
gage with a shipsmith for one year, in order to sain further
instruction. Small wage* will be expected. Adares* a note
to G. W., Herald office.
THE UNDERSIGNED FEMALE operatives IN THE
establishment of Messrs. Doubleday A Beak, umbrella
and parasol manufacturers, 136 Greenwich street, take thi*
method of acknowledging the prompt and generous manner
in which their request for an advauoe in prices was thi*
morning complied with. Signed in behalf of self and co
laborer*. MARY L. SMITH.
The workmen in the employ op firth, pond
A CO. cheerfully acknowledge, and take this method to
inform tbe public, that tbeir request for an advance ef
wage* ha* been complied with.
The hands in the employ op bennett a co.
pianoforte manufacturers, hereby give notiee to the pub
lie that tiiuir demand fur un advance of wages has been
promptly acceded to by their employers, and they take this
opportunity to tender their thank* for the liberality in
plying with thoir wishes. S. R. Thorn, H. R. Rurhane,
derlck Wolfe, John Reiman, M. Faas. Committee.
TO BUILDERS?A CARPENTER WISHES A SITUA
tion as foreman in a carpenter's shop, or to (uperineond
building; understand* working machinery, and baa been
foreman in this city a number of year*. Aadre** Carpenter.
121 East Twenty-second street.
UPHOLSTERER WANTED.?A FIRST RATE HAND AT
curtains, shades, Ac., and who can turn hi* hand te any
of it* branches, may apply at 254 Broadway, immediately.
ANTED IMMEDIATELY-FIFTY MEN, AT
Union Steam Sugar Refinery, 28 Leonard itreet. Mem
accustomed to work in a ?igarhou*o preferred.
WANTED-A FIRST RATE WATCHMAKER, TO GO
South. One who can engrave. Apply te ioubmA
Leavitt, ISO Broadway.
WANTED?IN A WATCH IMPORTING BOUSE, A
young man, from eighteen te twenty year* ef ace, who
is competent to take charge of the book*, and i* willing to
make himself generally useful. Apply, by letter, box IN
Post Office, with reference* a* to character
WANTED immediately?A CUSTOM CUTTER;
one who understands his busine**. Apply to H. A.
Sould A Co., corner of Barclay and Washington street*.
WANTED immediately?A GOOD JOURNEYMAN
barber, at 323 Spring atreet, two door* below Green
wich.
lost ahd roinro.
<J? r fMREWARD ? LOST, A SMALL BROWN LEATHER
(]PuV/ morocco poodle dog, with a clasp on one side, and a
busby tail on its handle, supposed to have strayed from it*
owner last evening while on a tour from New York to Mont
BLano. Any person finding the name will reoelve the above
reward, on returning the.near little animalculse to the be
reaved Mrs. Partington, in the grand *aloon ef the Chinese
Building. 639 Broadway.
(hCA REWARD.?LOST. ON THE 2#TH INST., IN
coming from Newark to New York, a pocket book,
containing nearly six hundred dollar*, principally on the
Mechanic*' Bar k of Newark, New Jcraey. Whoever will re
turn the . laid pocket book and qpntent* to 118 Maiden lane,
up atair*, (hall receive the above reward.
J. ELYERSON A CO.
?OC REWARD.?LOST, ON FRIDAY MORNING, ONE
hundred and ninety-five dollar* C$196) in bank bill*,
either in one of Tyson's line of omnibuses, Oraad street,
or in one of the Fourth avenue cars, going from the Rowerw
r B-.icr; ?t*Yhc o?55"ortfl?
of Broome and Lewi* streets, will receive the above reward
(ftlA REWARD?LOST, THE MOYF.MHNT, AND GOLD
JPJLU face attached, of a watch, Ne. 12,992; above reward
will tc paid by leaving the same at 79 Front atreet.
J. REMINGTON.
dS /T REWARD.?LOST, ON THE 29TH APRIL, A
?P?J package of papers, certified by Henry C. Bank*, Com
missioner for BNfcde Island. The Ssdtr pletWW return,
them to the undersigned, No. 4 New City Hall.
HENRY C. BANKS.
fl>Q REWARD?LOST. ON THURSDAY EVENING, IN
?JpO going from the Bible home in Nassau street, to Six
teenth street a pair of gold mounted spectacles. Whoever
w ill return the same to A3 E*lt Sixteenth street, ahall receive
the above reward.
GAS FITTERS I.OOK OUT?TWENTY DOLLARS RE
ward ?Stolen from 13 William atreet, basement, a <iuan
tity of gas pipe, over 1UU feet, nnd seven brackets, sold at
auction, l>y T. Bell, on the 11th of April, and taken awaj
the next morning by some unlawful means. The above re
ward will he given to any one who can give information of
the same, by J. GULDEN, 93 Bowery, |MHnent.
a9T i
Found?on friday, april 20, a lanm row
boat, drifting on tbe North river. The owner may ob
tain tho boat, by proving property and paying expcnie*.
Apply at 224 West street, corner North Moore.
LOST-A PAIR OF GOLD SPECTACLES; THE FINDER
will receivo five dollar* reward by leaving them at tho
office of Niblo's Garden.
LOST-ONTHE EVENING OF TnE 28TH INST., IN
going from the corner of Hester street, through Suffolk
&nd Grand, and the Bowery to Fifth street, a white gprte
monnaie, boned with ateel, containing acrip for twenty
share* of the Mechanics' and Trader*' Insurance stock ana
seven dollars in bill* and *ome change, which tho finder
will be entitled to en returning the icrip and porte monaaie
to 221 Broadway, corner of Clinton atreet.
ISAAC V. BRIGG8.
LOST-FROM THE SAVANNAH MAIL OF THE 9TII
of Scpt<mbor last, two laud bounty warrants a* fol
low*:?No. 21.849, for eighty acre*, issued to James fls-nble,
November 26, 18?1; and No. 7.182. for 100 aerei, issued to
Thomas Babbitt, August 2. 1M1. All person* are cautioned
against purchasing the said warrant*, a* I am *ele owner
thereof, and will apply for duplioate* of the same, aooord
Ing to the rule* of the Pension Oflloe. HEMAN MRAD.
Macon, Georgia, Maroh 3, 1863.
Lost?in ninth street, on Thursday, 2?th
in?t a goldfinch, with a chain attached to the nock of
the bird. AllV one ?ill be suitably rewarded by returning it
to ftLWest Fifteenth street.
LOST-THURSDAY AFTER\OON, AT THE CORNER
of Fulton and South streets, or in a Brooklyn omnibne
to Washington avenue and back, a wallet containing about
$36, with sumo memoranda, and two gold ring* ana cards,
with the owner'* name. The finder may retain tho msney,
by retnrningthe balance to the Aitor House.
HF. MOV A 1.8.
A CARD.?D. CUTTER, THE AMERICAN TAILOR,
has removed from 204 to 13 Regint itreet. Waterloo
l'laee, London, where ho will be better prepared te serve his
friends from America.
VTOTICE OF REMOVAL.?BILLIARDS.- LIONARD
JLv A Benjamin have removed from their former ostab
lishments, <41 Ann, and 40 Keade street*,) to 39 Broadway,
one door above the Broadway Theatre, where they have In
creased facilities for the manufacturing of billiard table*,
Ac., on a larger scale than heretofore.
LEONARD A BENJAMIN.332Broadway.
OT1CE.?T. V. SEAMAN, COACH, CARRIAGE. AND
light wagon manufacturer, will remove fro so 124 Clin
ton place. Eighth street, to corncr of Fiftieth street and
Third avenae, on the 2d of May.
PIFRCF. DKI.AHUNT, CITF SEALER OF WEIGHTS
and measures, has removed from 93 Fnlton atreet, to No.
4 Vr- or .treet net door to Dr John so*'*.
The new york and new England union tel.
egrai'h ('omp inj will remove from 3t Wall atreet and 9
IU&?> ci ctrea K m Wall ?tr*?t| ?!<??? %k% l|l qi ft..

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