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IIWTISIIZJITS RENEWED ETERY DAT.
rORPONATION N01'1?M.
CROTON AQCRBUCT RRPAKTMENT.-TO C0VTRif
un?Sealed nropouls endorsed " Proposal# far Sew
ar h> Kurty aixth straat." will b* r.a.iTf.4 at tb# olfi## of the
Or*to. Ai?vdaet Mepartment, until ?Midar. th# Hth day af
Jim IMS at 12 o eb.sk, M . to build a *#w*r, with Ik. aa
nut; receiving bssiesand culverts la Fotty-eixth ?tr.l,
fr at ? f?ii- a a boa I 244 feet oast of Twelftk avenue to tb?
ea.trlj lid* af Elevtoth araaae ; heiug ia l.artk about ut'4
fert. T4i* plan of tka ii.tr aid sp#nlfle*?i#n? for building
af tb? eame. and all nthir Infuraiatloa rulatdag 'karat* t.i
?? obtained an application t. thaWaUr Pervavar, at this
aAaa. NICHOLAS DiisN,
rniidcrt ofthaCrotoa Aqueduct Department.
Maw Tork, May 2A, MM.
C1ROT0N AQt*PnrrT DKPAFTMENT.-SEAI.rD PRO'
J p-i-als. endorsed " Proposal* for tbirty inch Troaeh,'
a ill he received it tbii office, aattl S o'cloak, P. M.. aa tla
day Jaaal, I V'.i, at aklali hoar tbay will ba opened, fur khaax
aavitlnw. buck kiting. rtnanilag, Hud re paving of a truiich for
a Una of tbirty.look water pipe, in Fsrty-scaoud street from
the Get* House to llmtM ITQIti, la length about 6.008
feet Ilia work to bs d?n# undsr th# sueeriutendau.:# of the
Vt iter Pnrttyur, aud to the aatiifart aa of this department.
Th* treurh to ha ia tnah parti of tb* strsst aa may h* direct
ad by tba Water I'i ru ver to b* lira feet iu width at tU*
top, and regtlsrly slope.! t* four feet in width at the bottom,
t* be *ev>n and a hnlf feat iu depth, with joint holes of
proper tiz* t" admit of th* Pipe* being eaalked in the trench,
at intervale of nine fai t Off sat trunakni will ba required
e -oatioi nlly. ILe npeciloatiou for the aama, and oil other
fafortnetiou ru'stiwg tharcto, caa he attained on application
to tb* M ater Purr eyor, at thii offioe. _ ..
NICHOLAS DEAN,
Praiidant of t!,e Croton Aqueduot Department.
Haw Tark, May 26, 1883
I3ROTON AQLI.DDCT DEPARTMENT.?TO CONTRAC
V tort.? Sealed prapaaali eudoraed Proposal for Sueer
la Tbirty-eivhth ?treat." will be received at th# offio* of the
C'oton Aqueduat Depirtmert, until Monday, the nth day of
Jan* 186$, at 12 e'oloek, M., to build a sawor with th#
aoaeerary reauiviog ta?iu? and oulrerti, in Thirty-eighth
auaet from tlie eewar in Tanth avenue to the sewor ia
Ninth avenn* ; briny in length about tiln* hundred aud fir*
feet The plan of th* aewer, and specifications for th*
budding of til* ran1*, and ail other information relating
tharrta, can be obtained on application to the Water
Purveyor, at thia othoo. NICHOLaS DG&N.
President of the Craton Aqueduct Department.
N*W Tark, hay 20, 1663.
CORPORATION NOTICE.?PUBLIC NOTICE IS HERE
by given that a petition hai bean presented in the
Board of Alderman for setvsrs iu the folio wl.g^t recti, t#
wH : <n the Bowery, on both iidea of th* aem* wher* th*
street la not now se.wcrad; alio in Fifth itreet, from the Rows
rj to tl.e prepnacd iewar at nrenm A; alio ia Fulton itreet,
from tbi preient terminus it Went street to the outer side
af th* new bulkhead All persona interested In tbo aboro,
and baviny o! jeetious thereto, are requested to present the
asm*, in writing, to the < eutraet Clark, at hit office. on or
baler* Monday, June6 1663. NICHOLAS DEAN',
President of Croton Aqueduat Department,
Naw Tork, May 27,1883.
CORPORATION NOTICE.?PUBLIC NOTICE IS HERE
by given to toe owner or ewnars, ooaupant or ocaunints
af all lioniea and lots, improved or unimproved land, af
fasted thereby, that th* followiag assetsmonts have b*on
soiupieted by th* Assassori, and ar* lodged ia th* artiet of
the Bureau of Assessments for examination by nil persons
interested, vis -For regulating, grading, setting curb and
gutter stones and Mauadaailtiag the carriage way ef Forty
air.il, street, from the Sixth te Eighth avenue. The limits
embraced by such instalment invlud* all th* s*T*ral hausas
Bad lots of ground vacant lots, piaets and psrssls of land,
?ituated uu both side* ef Fsrty-uinth itreet from Sixth t*
Eighth avem o und on both sides of Seventh aranun, 190 feat
Binaheu uortli aud south of Forty-ninth street. Alt parlous
Whose lnterasts ar* afieatari by the above named assossmeata,
and who ar* opposed to the same, or either of them, ar* ra
Seeted to present their objections, ia writing, to the undor
ned, at their otliao, No. 4 Hall or Raaerds, within thirty
days from th* date of this notice.
WILLIAM CAGE, )
CHARLES J. DODGE, > Assessors.
CHARLES HeNIELL, )
Office, Bureau of Assessments, Street Department, Hay
16, 169R.
CROTON AQUEDUCT DBPaRTMKNT ?TO CONTRAC
tors.? Sea'ed proposals, andorsed "Propaials far saw.r
ha Thirty seranth street," will b* received at the affiea of
th* Croton Aqnaduat Department uatil Monday, tba Cth day
af June, lk63, at 12o'cl**k. M., to build a sewer, with th*
aooaasary receiving basins and aulvarts, ia Thirty seventh
?treat, from th* sewar in Madison avenue to a point about
forty feet west of Fourth avsnu*, being in length about 995
feet. The plan ef the itwer, aud spaeiieations for bailding
the same, and nil athar information relating thereto, aan b*
obtained en applaation to th* Watar Purveyor, at this
id&aa. NICHOLAS DEAN,
President of Cretan Aqueduct Department.
New Tark, May T, 1858.
CROTON AQUEDUCT DEFARTNENT?TO MASONS?
Sealed proposals, endorsed proposal for bulldieg a sower
la Th irty -firth strsat, will bs rscstvsd at tha affica or tka Cre
tan A'liiednct Department, (Rotunda, Park,) uatil Monday
tb* sixth day af Jans, 1669, at twalv* o'elaak M., to build a
?ewer, with the naacs.ary raoeiving basins and oil verts in
Thirty-fifth street, between Ninth and Tsnth avenues. The
Mian of the sawer and specifications far th* bailding af tb*
?tata, and nil ntbar In formation relating thereto, ean b*
obtained an npplioatian to tka Water Pnrvoyor, at this
affiea. NICHOLAS DEAN,
President af the Croton Aqueduat Department.
Naw Tor*, Hty 2?, 1863.
CROTON AOUEDUCT DEPARTMENT-TO CONTRAC
tors.?Sealed proposals, sndorssd "Proposal for Sswsr
in Fifteenth street," will bs received at the office of th*
Croton Anuednct Department until Monday, tha 13th day
*f June, 1663, at 12 o'clock M to build n sewar, with tba
necessary receiving basins and culverts, in Fiftoonth street,
from tb* sewer in Fifteenth streot, about 310 fact west of
First avenn*. to n point about 26 feet east of Second avonuo,
being in length about 316 fact. TL* plan of th* sawer and
?peclficstloDB fur tbe building of the same, and all other in
formation relating thereto, can be obtained on application
to th# Water Purveyor, at thia offlto.
NICHOLAS DEAN,
President of the Croton Aqneduot Department.
JTuna 1, 1663.
CROTON AQUEDUCT DEPARTMENT.?TO CON
tractors.? Scaled proposals, snd'>raol "Proposal to
?ewer in Hammond street," will be received at the offloe of
the Croton Aqueduct Department, until Monday, the Pith
tay ef June, 1603, at 12 o'olock M.. to bnild a setter, with
he necessary reci iving basins and oulverta, in Hammond
street, fr<-m the sewer in Greenwich avenue to the North
river, being in length about 2.5d5 feet. The plan of the
?ewer and specifications for the building of the same, and all
ether information relating thereto, can be obtained ou ap
plication to the Water Purveyor at this office
NICHOLAS DEAN,
Presideat ef the Croton Aqueduot Department.
New York, June 1,1663.
/PROTON AQUEDUCT DEPARTMENT. ? TO CON
Sewer in Third avenue." will be received at the offioe of the
Croton Aqueduct Department, until Monday, the 13th day
?f Jnne, 1863 at 12 o'olock, it., to baild a sewer, with the
accessary receiving basina and culverts, in Third avsnns,
fiom Forty-ninth to Fifty-third street, being in length
abont 1,030 feet. The plan of the lewer, and specifications
for the bnilding of the same, and all otber information rela
ting thereto, can bo obtained on application to the Water
Purveyor, at this office. NICHOLAS DEAN,
Prceidert of the Crotoa Aqueduot Department.
New York, Jnne S, 1863.
fTROTON AQUEDUCT DEPARTMENT. ? TO CON
traetois?Sealed proposals, endorsed "Proposals for Sewer
," will be reoeived at the offloe of the Croton
in 118th street,
Aqueduct Department, until Monday, tbo 13th day of Jane,
IMS, at 12 o'clock. M., to build a sewer, with the necessary
receiving basins and culvers, in 118th street, from the Third
avenue Co the Harlem river, betag in length about 2.860 feet.
cincations for the building of
The plan of the eewer, and speei
the same, and all other information relating thereto, can be
?btsincd on application to the Water Purveyor, at this
offloe. NICHOLAS DEAN,
President of the Croton Aqueduct Department.
New Yoik, June 3, 1863.
CROTON AQUEDUCT DEPARTMENT.?TO MASONS.?
Sealed proposals, endorsed "Proposal for building a
Eewer in Thirty-eighth street," will he received at the oflioe
of the Croton Aqueduct Department, (Rotunda, Park,) until
Monday, the 13th day of Jnne, 1865, at 12 o'elook M., to build
a sev er with the nceessary receiving basins and culverts, in
Thirty eighth street, from Second to Third avenuo. The
same, and all other information relating thereto, can be ob
taiced ou application to the Water Purveyor, at this office.
NICHOLAS DEAN,
President of the Croton Aqueduct Department.
Ntw York, Juue 4, 1863.
CROTON AQUEDUCT DI PARTMENT.?TO CONTR \C
tors.?Sealed proposals endorsed ' Proposal for building
a Sewer in Fortv-fojrth street," will bo reoeived at the
office of the Croton Anneduct Department, until M mday,
B, 186$. s
tlie 13th day of June, 18.58. at 12 o'clock M., ti build a sewer,
with the reevs.ary receiving l atins and culverts, in Forty
fourth strict, from a point about 200 feet oast of Sixth ave
nue to and through Third avenue, to eomieot with the sewer
at Forty-second street, being In length about 3,314 feet. The
(dsn of the sewer and sp? eitications for tlie building of tho
i-an e. atd all other information relating thereto, can bo ob
tained on application to the Water Purveyor, at this nffioe.
NICHOLAS DEAN,
New
President of the Crtfton Aqueduct Department.
York, Juno 4, 1863.
STREET DEPARTMENT, NO 4 IKLLOE RECORDS.?
Seaied proposals will be received at this office unt^
Monday, June tl, te regulate, set curb, gutter and pave
Man rln street, from Rlvlnrti n to Stant.-.i street Specifi
cations to I o had on application to ths Contract ('lurk of
tius department JaS. JCKET, Street Commissioner.
May 28, 1863.
STRF.FT DEPARTMENT, NO. 4 HALL OF RECORDS.
Sialtd proposals will le receivet at this office until
Tuefdny, Jtiro 7. to regulate and grade Fifth avenue, from
Forty eeeond to Forty ninth streets. Spooiflcailnns to he
Had nn ui plication to the Contract Clerk of this depart
ment. JAS. FURET, Street Commissioner.
May 28, 1833. _____
STREVT DEPARTMENT, NO. 4 HALL OF RECORDS. -
Pnblis notice is hereby given, that a petition has keen
presented in the Hoard of Aldsrmen. to regrade and pave
Liberty itreet, from llrcadway to Graenwioh street. All
persons interested, bat Ins objections, are requested to pro
rent them in writing to the undersigned, at his office, on or
before the 14th day of June, Inst. Now Fork, Jnne 4, 1833.
JAMBS FUKEY, Street Commissioner.
'BALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RSCEIYMD RTTUJ
1 Commissioners of the SinV Ing Fasti at the Comptroller's
?flies, until Monday, Jnae 14th. ISM, at tkroe o'olock, P.M.,
fwr the w h.Is er asy part ef the amount of $76,000, (Rull-l
ksg I.oaa Stock No 4.) anthorited by an aet of the
Legislature of this State pasted April l? 18X4, and by aa
ordinance of ths t'emmea Conaoil, approved ky the. Mayor
May 12, 1053. The said stcsk will embrace 7M shares,
the par value of whlek will he $100 seek share, ana
will hear interest at ths ratsoffivs per cent per annum,
Cyahle quarterly. The steek to bo Issued will be raado re
siual le on the first aav ef November. 187S The proposals
Will state the nnmhor of shares desired, and the pries that
W?lb. paid feraashskare. The persons whose proposals
for the steok
sg notified ky
tkte department. Lash preposition to he enclosed sealed
?ball t,e accepted will ke required te pay for
?warded te them within three nays after boiag
IB and directed. "Proposals for Building Loan Stock No.
4,1' and these proposals, thus seeled, are to bo onolosed in a
second envelope, sealed ajid ^directed to "A. C. Flagg,
Comptroller, city of Now York.
A. II. FLAGQ, Comptroller.
Pinanee Department, Comptroller's office, j
New Tork, May 27th, 1863.
Tavern and excise licenses.?noticr.?all
tavern and excise Ureases expire en the fir-it day nf May
ia ,eaeh -ear. New licenses will ke issued at the M*v?r's
office, ?'it- Ilall,) 1 stweon the hours nf 10 and 2 o'clock,
for tbo several wards, on tho following days, respective
ly, vis.:? ?
16th ward, Monday and Tuesday, fllh and 7th Jims ,
lfith ward. Wednesday and Thursday, 8tli and !>th June.
17th ward, Friday and Saturday. 10th and 11th June.
18th ward, Mnaday and Taesday, 18th and ldth .Inns,
lt'tb ward, Wednesday and Thursday, 15th nod 16th Jans.
10th ward. Friday and Saturday, 17th and 18th Jnno.
All persons desiring lleenss are requested to apply on the
leys designntsd above for their respective wards, and
thereby avoid ths penalties of tho law. Persons now hold
ing licenses are requested to present them when applying
for renewal.
Special Notice.?All persons who shall sell or deal la
strong or spiritanns liqnors, (except importers or distillers
i selling liquors imported or distilled by them,) in quantities
t ahor* flve gallons, without being duly licensed, are subject
p law, for eaeh ofleme to ths penalty of $23; and ia ease
or rttailors, to the additional punishment (hy indictment)
aX flne and imprim>nment. By order,
? w L OEOiiGE ?. QLASIBB, first Marshal.
Jfr* York, April Iff, 1833,
CORPORATION IOT1WS.
Tax commissioners' orrici, No. 7 new
Hall, A aril 9, IMS.- NatU; *? ?? ??'!'?"TaJkVui
aient roll* ol tb* tavaral wards if the city of JN w
ba ?p?? for examination a. 4 review fta? Jrttey.??
4a; af ila?, till Saturday, the 2 tb *JF *'{?.?*? ?' 0?rr,?t
Inclusive All tai yayara, 4aalr-aa of aram alY "' .iaatu>1
Vh"r'.X:t^.aaau 9 a'.'h. end 4
PM' JOHNBALAlUWR jxaxCammiaaloaara.
GEORGE U PUHSER. J
trOA SAfiK. _
A ?"Ea??- * Oa^Va"?,"'U,
f? .?le .r..p Apply at 1W w.rrca atraot.
i DE-TAl'KtN'T AT A BARGAIN.?FOR SALE, A
A Bli*T fC.ll known rert itiruut and aal-on, down
rr?r?rTv i rf.iu la in one . f tbo bet locations and business
tovn. i -I , . , a ft.ftnno can be realised iu a few
streets on the I aland. At , lp ,he iM i,?aith of tha
r^'unnant lnl rro rtotur. Fur further particulars.
LTailv toT " Ti:" Va^ 27 BoWman street.
B1T1I DING SITES AT FOKDIIAM. WESTCHESTER
iiini tv N Y rontaiutug from one halt to fc ur aeros
...?h for sale ua reasonable t-rma Those dealroui of ob
taining a eouotrr se.t will find them plot, unsurpassed,
brine within flvr minute, nalk of tha depot and ?nmmandlug
a view ot the .urtonmllag country for miles. Title perfeoa.
For map*. Ac , apply to HERRI AN A BANKS, 18\aaeau
timet, New York, or at tha Pout Gffice, Fordham.
Drug stork forsalk-a rare chance for a
voir a pruc t.tiouer, lir there ii an excel Wat oraotleo at
tached to the .torn, kitoated it one of the most densely
populated aeiihhorhoods In the city Apply or addrci* J.
A. PARISE, Market aires*. corner of Monro*.
For sale?the tools of a watchcase
tnakcr a shop. Engine turn latHaa. straight line fixtures
and every acces* ry sufficient tor eight or nine workman and
two Doli^lierw. T1 o ahop in ?itu?t?d in the moat central part
if SewY*rk. and tbo room, well lifted; are al.le to eon
tain sixteen workmen, Address, pout paid, A. B. C , care of
Lo Republican, 17 Spruce strati.
(71or"saLE-A VALUABLE BLOCK OF'
L1 foui story hriek hon.ee with .tores, on Tenth a?nn?
between Furtv flrat and Forty aacond ?,'??i,,.^mort?aie
reasonable Two tlirdr can remain on bond and mortgago
for ( vi' vpara the balance in cash and null?proved oily
propel?,1 Apply t?. WALSH A KEMPLB, on iho promloo*
any tiaue through thojley.
itior sale TnE stock and fixtures of a
lj elotbiog .tore, with lea.e ol Ptajni^a for a ta'm of
yaara. The .tore is doing a good retail ho.ln^ a. Far r
ther particular*, inquire at 106 Houston atreot, near are
*ue 15. ? ?
?nnp cat R-A NEAT TWO STORY AND BASEMENT
F brick bouae, with counter cellar, '? ^ i-orum
oV^AVETl.t PULUS,liA4f 8.5th Sixth
e?rcet, or of GEORGE W. BUTMaN, segor store, under tbo
City Bank, I'eck slip ferry.
ffORSALE-A WELL ESTABLISHED BUSINESS, IN
afS? SM V-:
Agency, oorner of John and Nassau streets.
a.KiR SALE?'in E LEASE, STOCK AND FIXTURES
JB of a restaurant in the MeroLanta' Exohnnge, Wall
street No. 17, In tLo baecment. .
F^He bu?l^u^Tot^\n tbc'^oi^it^^^r?^i^^roTomenMi
^r??c?i;rrfnVui? JrJOUN BUTTON, dr., 61 Chamber,
street. . .
-r-iauM FOR SALE?TnE HOMESTEAD FARM OF
F Robert Boyle, deeeaaed, late of the oou t* of SomerMt,
New Jtrecy, is "offered at private sale, until Thursday, loth
ofTuneiukVaiit; and if rot sold br that time, will then, be
L " 'JbS liouri of 1 and t o'clock P. M.. on the premise., be
aiDesei at ruhlio sale. Said farm eeataiue 140 aerea of land,
including afont36 aorea of valuable timber; said farm 1. un
der a good state of cultivation, well watered, lultablo farm
hnUdiuaa Ac., and is situated In Wa.hl.gten valley, New
J.raev one miio 'rom Martinville, four from Snmerville, and
four /rom lleuad Brook, to which latter Vdace there is dally
eommunleatlon by railroad from Jersey dity. Any Informa
ti?n relative to said property may be bad from Joseph Boyle,
at Millington; Mrs. Lana BovU. on ?h* premieea; A. H. Os^
btiuie?hn,0U ,tre#i' ^A%k*L^he-,AWr,at
June 2,1863. Agentfer thejwiri,
Furnishing store for sale, no. 300 grand
street; a first rats location, doing a good business. Apply
? at the store Wednesday and Thursday next, between 12 and
2 o'elook. A first rate ohanoe for a lady with a small
capital.
Harlem lots?for salk.-the corner lot and
.the lot adjoining of 115th street and First avenue, in
Harlem, for sale, hnviug a front of fifty feet, by one hundred
deep. Price tl.ifiio. On mortgage 3462. Northwest oorner.
Address Putmnn, Herald oflies.
HOBOKEN.?FOR SALE. A MODERN BUILT THREE
atory and basement house, beautifully locate?, with
shade trees and piaaaaa front and rear. Gasi fixtures, Ac.
Terms easy. Price moderate, aad poeeesilon immediately.
Apply at No. 11K Wooateratreet, or address a nota, which w[U
meet with attention. D- F- VAN LIKW.
ICE FOR SAL?-^A LOT OF TOO TONS. FOR PA?
1 titulars, inquire of A. C. WoOD, Ne,,3 Jehnatreet, N.T.,
or to Jeremiah Smith, Faotoryvllle, Staten Ialand.
LOM'ER MORRISANIA LOTS FOR SA.LE ?'THREE
lots 28 by IW feet eaeh, In the most desirable part of
the village, and within a few rods of the depot. The ntmve
lota have a now bam on there, and are enclosed with a
et fenoe. "They offer grentlndacemeuts to any P"t/ !rl,.h?
lug n nrivnte reildenos, or for epeculntlon, as they are In
the midst of improveinont'i. Wilt be sold low to close an os
tateApply to W. U. VANDKRVEER, 181 Front street,
New York.
OT8TER LOCATION FOR SAL??UNDOUBTEDLY
one of the best Ideations in the Cheeapeake Bay for the
oj etcr business, having ample buildings,
advantages for planting shoren, and cannot be aqualled for
abundance and uualjty of rook eysters, at the lowest prioss.
Location head of Tangier Sonnd, near the Nantlooke river.
Will dispose of the bsildings. and as mnoh land as desired,
with the privilege of the oyster beds and aborea.whloh are ex
tensive. For particulars, apply at No. W Baltimere street,
or to ISAAC SOLOMON, or QJlO. W. ZEIULER.
Baltimore, June 1,1863.1 ______
SUMMER ACCOMMODATIONS.?FOR SALE, THE FUR
nitnre of a small house on Staton Island within threo
minutes walk of the ferry, with unexpired lease of elsven
montts, well adapted for a small family. Or the adver
tiser would (under certain conditions) let It for the summer
resson The honee 1. unattached, with small yara and two
good grape vines. Address, post paid, A. M., box 1,124 New
York Post Offioo.
TO BUTCHERS.?AN ELIGIBLE STALL AND STAND
for sale, in Waehington market. The nrcsent owner is
about to enter into another business. Apply to
JOHN GILBERT No. 90 Wssnlngton Market.
TO SHIP BUILDERS.?OAK AND HACKMATACK
knMf, and oak floors and fnttoeka, of all siaea, foe sals
?v n 16COX A DE YOE, dealers in all kinds ?f ship timber,
hveaa and Ship plawk. East SlaUenth street sear av.am. C.
Valuable property in Tarrttown?for
sale in Tarrytown.jone hour's ride by the Railroad, from
New York, and ten minutee walk from the Steamboat land
inr and Railroad depot, twelve aorea of land on the ooun
tv road, leading to White Plains. The plot is nearly square,
on rising gTound, and commands an extensive view of Beek
man and fsr?ytowns, and the Hudson River So beautiful
an?extensive a view of the.Hudson *he snrronnding
ceuntrv is rarely to be foond in the Ticintty of New \ orlt.
The laud is in good order, with a number of you"K
thrifty trees upon it, and can, at a email expenac, be
in toorn amen tai ground, for a country seat A part of the
pnrchase money can remain on mortgage. For a viewer tne
premises, terms, wgfaU la1|0UR15Uj TarrytowB.
ror awciai.:_^
aTrrT\7i7rArUI| LOAN on" THE *0*T0A01
$O.UUU.UUU Bends of the IUlnoie CenWnl SWl>
^Thli company will rn^iv prenoml. flh. '
uth nf JnriA next for thrM mulions of dollars or i?> eon
streAion bonde. to bVus.ed in .urn. ef ...
?ve hundred dollars eaeh, Jiay able at the efflee> of the com
RYiub'fVpMii.W-.'a
svr,* it'uS'iS, J ~.V. "
mU"Ih'ese bond* are eeeur.d bv a flrst and only *J
trustee, of the whole road and branchee, seven hundred and
four miles In length, and of two mtlliors ef aorea of land la
the vicinity of tie load, granted by Congress to aid In iM
'"ThoVhoierokd is snder eontraet, aad a lares^ "JJJ
employed in its eonstrnetlen. It Is expected that MO to< ?*
miles will bs eompleS.d by lft JanJ"T lef, AUo^??
srialader ef the ei tire line dnring the year IMA Aboni
72/C.) tens of rails will be roquired. of wliioh ?7,?W tOM
wire contracted for at tbe low rates rnlln* m?
and is new eonstantly arrivtag at Nsw rork and New ?r
UTh,e' whole amount ef bond, whlph .an be BswH undwUe
mertgage Is ecviniecu mULone of doliare. of wbiih have
been already useotlated? ?? i),u> (yw
London loan six per cent bonds. . . ..*
In Unitod State*, and un Iron and other contrasts
seven per oont bends 1
ToU1 110 78.^X51
None of which have been disposed of at lossAhna nsr
tk? ,>mnui will give to *?oh subooiriber to this lea*
Whose bid JT.lT be acceptod the right toI ^ 'JJJ
shares of tbo eitimate capital st ick of the sompany.(lU ?
aharse of 81( 0 eaci-.i for ?a?li bond ef 81.000 snbseribed and
paid Tor by him, and a like proporthinfo^alparser or smalle.
amount and a proper provisional oeripieate will be irivtn
evidence of suet riglit to subscribe when the stoek shall be
Issued, upon payment of such instalment*u may be req^.ilred
by the directors, not exes,-ding the insUlmeuts ? job sailed
in irom otliur rtoeh'ioidere, whieh probably wUl not eteeed
^"/be company reserves the right to redeem may ?'thsbondl
at any tlfiTs before matnrfty, on payment of th???2??
thereof, with twenty par oent prsmlnm and any accrued in
^?"proP"'*! will be weelv.dat any rate lesi thaa par, and
tbo tumpasy reitrtM the right to acoept propoeaU lor a-lot
'YerS^n^.f'ThV^on.t ul.tted te eeek .wbeeriW
will he roouired on nntloe of the eooeotaoee of hid nroposali
IndtiVbilance a. called for tb* dlreetore. not eaeeed
?sites per oont monthly Any ??b.eriher may, however,
at bis option pav nn In full and resolve his bond* at any
time It any subscriber, whose bid is
prefer In lien of tbe seven per eent bond, hereby offered te
receive six percent bunds ef the same ?hareoterlw "ery
reaps at ns those issued for the London Loani ef ?A.OW.OOO, oj
wh cl interest njd prinoipal will be payable in at
the rat* of foor shilUngs and two pen** sterling t* the dol
lar. rneh bonds will so issusd. bnt n eneh eaee the i"h'eri
ber will bn re.piirod to pay the instalmente In London at ths
same rate to wit : ?A)i?s Rd for taob bond or *1, *10. The
?took tprropriatcd kowch ??hs^ripllon will "
tered In London anon the sams terms and eon 11 Hons no
ihkt nsw rsglstered there, If preferred, to of ex
dends thereon being payable there at tb* same rate of e*
*h?ntVr?et will in all eeees be adjusted en peymontof thd
final Instalment _ _
Proposals will be reeelved by W. P. BUKEALL, Iveaenref
at the office cf the Com pea v. No. ?> Wall street N T en
elosed sealed and end. reed Proposxli for loan of ER.OOO.OOt
ef Illinei, Central Railroad Company.' . .
Rtports and doenmonte showing the flnanrisl eondltlsn of
the ooaipanv, the progress of the work, and all uetesvary in
formation relative to It* affairs aud prospoots, may be ?s
named nn epnlicatlon to tbe Trsasnrer, pereonn'.ij er by let
tar. By o?ier of ths Board of Dlreetors
ROBERT SCHUYLER, Prssident,
DAVID A. NEAL, Vloe Prosident,
W. P. BURR ALL. TrooentM.
Exeentlv*
OEOliflE ORTRWOLD, ' Comuuttve
MORRIS KETCHUM,
JONATHAN STURGES.
New Tork, April 2. 1H63.
dL*Onn nnn TO loan, on satisfactory
r.lrV'U tordi and mortra.-cs. For sals, hon "i,
1 ts, fartns and country eta's. Also, a tobacco route, doing
a lira' rule rash huslnenAnnd worthy of attonti >n. RODE
RICK LAWRENCE, 71 Nuesau stocot general agent aud
oi,uimlf (donor of deeds for sovoral State*.
Drafts on Ireland and enoland, in sums
from ?1 and npuards. payable at eight, aro Issued by
tbe sul scrlbers. BoH MAN, GKINNKLL A CO-, No. 83
South street, sole passenger agsnt* for the Swallow Tail Lias
of Liverpool and l.t^ion packet ships
Pag* bacon a go., hankers, san erancirco.
CnL? Exchange on London. Valparaiso, and the prinoipal
cities of the United Slates,lor sal* In sums to suit. Colloa
Won* inads at San Franolsco or In the Intrrior ef the Staea,
and proceeds promptly romtHed. Refer te and draw on the
American Exoheng* Bank, M seer a. Daneaa, S bee man A ?#.,
H?w 7 o*k.
SHIPPING*.
FOR LITER POOL.?UNITED STATES MAIL STEAM
? Up ATLANTIC, Cap'. Jamea W> *t. ?I'kia ataauiahia
?till depart with tba Utiitad Stilea inaila for Eur ft, ix f
tlraly on Saturday Jan* II. at 12 a cl>c't M. fr . a btr hirtk
ml tba tuu. ?.f ( aaal atrial. For freight ur paaaa.i. katiat
??einalliil aeaoBBuditlina fur ur ciutrarl, apple
to EliW aBl> K. COLLINS A CO , S.j H'all tlr*at
ItaiNiari art raqua?t<d to I a oa hniiro at 11 Id A. M.
'J b* rttunubip Arotio Mill aucaeed the Atlantic, aa I aall
June13.
Tax SEIE YOKE AND LITEHP'iOL CTMTIIJ STaSWI
Mail Staauier*.?Tba ahtpa ?ompr:?t'.a 'Mia 'Ina iti tbk
fcllow i n |r i?
ATI WTIC . Captain I* eon
?Al ll'IO On:,lltl. Njil
ARCTIC Captain Luce.
Tail ic Captain <'*inatnnn.
ADRIATIC ..Captain .
ikaaa abipa having nmm built by aoatrait, eipr.aa y >01
?pita,'anient aerm-a, auery ante bar talaa latieiroai
alruotiou? aa in their anfuaa-tl enaura atrengtk ai 4 epnad,
and taatr accouaii'datinne fbr paaacayara a** ttvoonllae far
?Icimnuv aiid lomfari.
Prleaof paaaaga from New foil so tiTarpaol, la 4rat aahiv
Bl'20, in aecomd labia fill. dxotuaiTo 'IX of aiark eiM thttt
room. t'*HJ
From Liverpool to Noey Park. tsSU and ?28.
An aiporloncal eurgroa attached to each a.lip.
No barUa antnred n.it] ,inld ror
vaonoiBi I'lm or anient..
Emm Now Voik. From fill aril ill
Aaiwday, April 30. . . *?& WednaadUT April 20... IMA
Do. May 14... " Do. May 4... "
Do. May ?8... ?? Do. May IS... "
Do. Juna 11... " Do. Jnna 1... "
Do. Jima *?... " Do Jo ua i!... "
Do. July 9... " Dc.. /una 19... M
Do. July ?... ? Do Jaly 13... "
Do. Aug. 6... " Do. July HI-.,. "
Do. Anj^ 40... " Do. Aug. 10.
Do. 3?pV 3... '? Co. Aug. 24...
Do. Supt. 17... " Co Bo A. 7...
Do. Oct. I... " Do. Sept, 21...
Do. Oat. 13... M Do. Oct. 3...
Do. Oot. 29.,, ,l Do Oct. 19...
Da. Not. U... " Do ffoi. J...
Da. Not. 23... M Do Nor. 15...
Do. Dao. tO... ' Dc Not. 30...
Da. Dao. 24... H Do. Dao. 14...
Do. Dao B...
/or froljnt or jmaan^a, n^l^ to
EViWaRDK COLLINS A CO., So. CA IEnil It., N, T.
DROWN SHIP LIT A CO. Uvarpoal.
?. a KObEKTh A CO. 13 Alnr'a Ami Vard, London
JOHN MUNROS A vO N? X Run Nr.tra Damn dna
Victoria* Pnria or
GEO. H. DRAPER Harm.
At owaera of tlioae anlpa will ooa oa noooattahln far i^old
atlTor, bullion, apeela, jnnelry, pre ioua atooea. or met...,
anleaa bUU af lading ara abmad tbarnfor, and tba valua tbart
of tbarnia oaprnaaei.
fflBl LIVERPOOL ilfD PHIL* DEI,PHI A STEAM
J. ship Company intend sailing their favorite steamships
rtOM rHiuvtLPHU.
City of Mtn<bwt? Saturday, Jnn? 11
City of Uloegow ? " J"'y 2
C'.ty of M ?ut best or " July 30
r>OM LIVVRPOOL
City of Glasgow tredneeday, June ?.
City of Manchester " July I
City of Glasgow " Aug. 18.
Saloon, Sw, $66, sad fit, (aceordieg to state rooms.)
A limited innlsr of third class passengers will bo taken,
and fouud with comfortably uo-dtsd provisions, for
$20 .to Liverpool | $'M from Llverpo?l.
Parties wishing to hrlug out tlioir friends citn obtain serai
da* toe of passage, and drafts on the Hnuk of Ireland, la sums
ef ?1 sterling and upwards nasdliills ran be bad at the
office ef THOMAS KICHAKUSOAU Agent,
No. lo Broadway.
STEAM BETWEEN NEW YORK AND GLASQOW.
The Glasgow and New York Steamship Company's new
steamship GLASGOW, (1.002 tons, 4(6 horse power,) Robort
Craig, commander will leare New York for Glasgow on dat
nrdity, Jnly 16. next, at 12 o'clock aoor, and ou Saturday,
September 10, at 12 o'clock noon. First oabin (saloon stale
rooms,) $90; do. do. (taidshlp do.) $76; second oshia. $60;
third class, $20?steward's fjes ind'niti. Apply to
J. McSYMON, 38 Broadway.
PACKETS TO HAVRE-SECOND LINE.-THE FOL
lowing ships will leave Havre on the. 16th, and New York
on the 1st of each mc nth :?
From Now York. From Ilnvre
Ship ST. DENNIS, ) Jan. 1. Feb. 16
1,600 tons burdtu. > May 1. June 16.
Alor.to rollansbee, master. ) Sep. 1. Oct. 16.
Ship ST NICHOLAS, ) Feb. 1. Moh. 16.
1,000 tons burthen. > June 1. July 16.
John Hragdon. master. ) Oct. 1 Nov. 16.
New chip MERCURY, > Moh 1. April 16. I
1 400 tons burthen, > July 1. An;. 1$.
R. D. Conn, master. J Nov- 1. Dec. 16.
Ship WILLIAM TELL, 1 Apl. 1. May 16.
(new,) 1,200 tons burthen, > Ang. 1. Sep. 16.
James Funek, master. ) Deo. 1 Jan. 16. I
They are all first class New York built ships, provided
with all requisite articles for the comfort and convenience of
passengers, and commanded by men of experience la the
trade. The pricoof passage ie $100. without wines or liquors.
Goods sent to the subscribers will he forwarded free from
any charges hut those actually incurred
BOYD A HINCK.EN, Agents, 164' Pearl street.
FOR BERMUDA AND ST. THOMAS.?THE ROYAL
mall steamer Murlia, Captain Cronan, will nail en
Tuesday, June 7th.
Passage money to Bermuda $30
" '* St. Thomas r. 7#
Apply to E. CUNARD, 4 Bowling Green.
UNITED STATES MAIL LINK FOR CALIFORNIA.?
United States Mail Steamship Company, connecting
with the Pacific Mail Steamship Company, carrying the great
United States mail for Califoraia and Oregon, via Aspin
wnll and Panama; also, a semi monthly line between New
York. Havana nnd New Orleans.
Sailing at 2 P. M. from W arren street pier. North river.
The United States Mail Steamship Company intend to
despatch direst to Aeptuwall, daring the month of Juuo, the
following steamors:?
HEW YORK AWD OAI.'PORRIA t.iivr.
Jnne 6 GEORGIA,. .. Captain Dnllonk, U. S. N.
Jine 20 ILLINOIS " Hirtstolne, U. 8 N.
Connecting at Panama with the Paclflo Mail Steamship
Company, as follows:?
The Qeorgia with the Panama, Captain Hndson, U. S. N.
The Illinois with the Golden Onto,Cnpt Patterson, U 9. N.
Through tiekets (exeept erossingthe Isthmus) oan always
he obtained, at lowest rates, on application at 177 West
street, to C. A WHITNEY.
HF.W TO 11K, HAVANA. AND 1?XW ORI.FANS 1.IVR,
June IS EMPIRE LflY Captaiu Win die.
June 27 CHEROKEE Baxter.
Freight and passage ean be scoured on application at the
office ef the companies, 177 Wen struet. corner of Warren
street. New York, where additional information can be ob
tained en application personally or by letter.
Liverpool packets-old black star line?
Railing 1st, 8th, 11th, 16th, 21st, and 26tb of every
mosth.
Passage fsn Liverpool ean be seenred at lowest possible
rates, and with assaranee ef being promptly forwarded.
REMITTANCES.
Drafts at sight on Reyal Bank, and Uleter Banking Com
pany, Ireland; National Bask, of Scotland, London. Liver
pool, As. _ WILL IAMS A 6U10N. No. 40 Fulton street.
FOB CALIFORNIA.?THE NEW AND SPLENDID
steamship UNCLE 8AH. 2.000 tons. William A. Mills
enmmsnder, will sail for San Francisco, via Rio de Janeiro,
Valparaiso, and Panama, on Wednesday, Jane 15th, at 12
M. precisely, and will take only a limited number ef pas
sengers. affording to families a rare chance avoiding the
transit of the Isthmus, and seeuringa spesdy voyage. The
analitlse of this steamship are well wnowa, eke Laving for
he last six months sonneted sueeeesfnlly with and beaten
all of the steamers on the Atlantis. It is confidently e>
nted she will make the voyage in ten days less time than
as been dene by any elher steamer gains around the
Horn. For freight er passage, apply ealy to E. MILLS,
agent, fil Cortlnndt street. .
Tiie shortest and cheapest route-vander
bilt Line for San Francisoo.?Tho Acoeesory Transit
Company of Nicaragua Proprietors.?Through in advance
of the mail.?Only line giving through t'cketi Including the
Isthmus crossing.?The new. double engine steamship STAR
OF THE WEST, will ienvo from pier No. 2 North river, at
3 o'clock P. M . precisely, for San Jnan del Norte, on Men
day. June 26, connecting with the new end favori'e double
engine steamship Cortcg, 1.600 tons bnrthen, ov-r the Nica
ragua Transit route, having hut twelve miles of land trans
portation. These steamers sre unsurpassed in their ventila
tion and accommodations For information, or ptssago at
the lowest rates, apply only at the asency of the oompany,
No. 9 Battery place, up stairs.
C. VANDERBTLT, Agent.
Passengers are cautioned against the representations of
hired runners for other lines, none are employed for this
line. A mail hag will be made up nt tho oflloe.
Despatch line for san francisco.-look
out for thettlFARD. Mt rapidly loedixi at pirrS
East r ver, with great despatch. Shipper! will ploase band
in I heir hills of lading foP signature a* soon as they eetn
plete their engagements. SUTTON A CO., 84 Wall St.
Australia in seventy days, by the pioneer
Lino?1 lie entirely new 11$ beautiful clipper ship SEA
RaNGER. (tee remarks of editor in New York Herald. 21st
inst.) ( Aptsin Lathrop. U the tenth ship of this uetaMishod
lira. The following have arrived at Melbonrne with only
one ease of sickness amongst. 6UI paas#ngsrs:?Koveuue, in
100 days , Epaminniidss in lit", days ; and Ocean Eagle in 03
days.. Those desirous of availing themselves ef a pa??age by
t! a only new and clipper ship now on the berth, should make
prompt application for tho few remaining ir?t or soeond
oshln berths?no stccinge. N->tooo ehip of this tine bus
stopped at any intermediate port short of < upp'iet. Examine
the sl.ip?her fittings for eoiaf- rt and In uith ?at pier 12
East Ri<-er. R. W CAMBRON. 11$ Wall Stoat
Australia, hoi-fiust ship.?the favorite
. packet ship NORMA will sail as above having been de
tained for A few more passengers, who e n he taken at re
duced rates. Apply on board pier No. II East river, or to
E RICHARDSON A Co., 62 South street
VICTORIA LINK FOR PORT PHILIP AND MEL
lonrne Australia.?The well known superior A 1 slip
per ship AUDUBON. A A. Arthur, uioater. heving the
l renter portion of her freight secured snd going en hoard, will
positively eall on the bt'n proximo. For balaate ef freight
and passage, having um uri. msid accommodations, apply to
KEN DA LI. A CO., 7* I'sarl street.
Agents la Australia Messrs. Haisey. Uoid A lisle.
For mbmiournr, Australia?exi'Rejs ltnf.
26th Jnne ?The new slipper AURA, new loading at pier
9 Fast river, being ?f small eapaeity. and having naif her
rarg' engaged is expected to fill ?p with en usual desnitsh.
Parties wishing te pa to AastralU cannot do bstt.*r than to
examine this leantlfnl vessel hsture engaging their passage.
A limited number of passengers only wlllbo taken. Apply
en board, or te W. W. UUSsELL, 31 Ojd slip.
FOR NORFOLK. PETERSBURG AND RUHMONB.
The United 8tatee mail steamship ROANOKE, 1. Unr
eady, commander, will leave pier No. 13 North river, en
Satnrdny, Jane II. at 4 e sleek P. M. For freight apply ea
board, and for passage te LUDLAU A PI.E A2 A.N 1%,
Vie *? Rruadwav. near Bearer street.
No frelglit received Ifter t o'clock on Saturday.
For savann ah and Florida -united states
mail lire ?The new and tpl'ndirt steamship ALABAMA.
C. I>. Ludlow, captain, will Lavo on Saturday, June 11, at
4 o'clock P.M., froai pier No. 4 North river. Apply to
SAMUEL L. MITCniLIi, 13 Broadway.
The Augusta, Thomas I .yon, osptain, on Saturday, Juno
IS. For sperd, strength, accommodation, and faro these
ships have no superior on the oeean.
FOR CHARLESTON AND FLORIDA.-SEMI WEEKLY
United States Mail Lino.?Tho favorite and fast going
steamer SOUTH ERN LK, W. Foster, commnnder. will leave
rier No. -I North river, on Wednesday, JnneH, at 4 o'clock
'.M. precisely. For fright apply on board, where all bills
of lading will be signed, and for pa*sa-e at the office of
FPOFFOH1), TILBSTON A ( O , 90 Broadway.
Through tickets for Florida as follows:?To Jaokiunrlllo,
$31; to Pllatka, $33.
Acard.-phip noscrcs, .tune i, iwa-to capt
R. W. Factor:?We, the nnitrr.-lgood, first cabin passen
gire by slip Kosnirs, fr< in Liverpool to New York, before
parting, beg, in Justice to our ow n feelings, to offer to/fin
the expression of our best thanks for your kindness and ur
banity of manner, aa alio onr sense of ynnr skill and avporl
ei re as n Mamas throughout a voyage which for this season
of the year, has been more than usually lorg and harassing.
We have witnessed with admiration yonr extreme attention
and kind and considerate demeanor toward the second cabin
and atrcrnce passengers,(ovrr 400 in nnuihor. and most of the
latter of the porrrst class,) a* also yonr skilful minlstra
tion to the wants of Ilia sick, for which they must ever feel
grateful; besides stamping yon in the tnindl of alt on hoard
us una of the moat humane and benevolent men We beg al
so to tender onr thnnki to Mr. Austin, for attention to ne,
and bate mneli plinsnre in bearing onr testimony to his effi
ciency at your first officer. In the sincere hone that every
snecess and prosperity may throughout life attend yon, wo
ere, ?1th great regard, very truly yours. *
Ilenry I'nrinne, Dr. l.nnls Rlnao,
Andrew R. Ward, W?. Wilkinson,
Joha L. Sjatneer, Margaret Wilkinson,
Edmund W. Spenecr, Mary Wilkinson,
U. Cottrell Powell, Sarah Grace Wilkinson. i
ihippiiq,
For ravannah-thi new and hplendid sidb
wheel steamship STATE OP BBoKBlA. Captain IV.
Cellini. carrying the Baited Itatu mall. iM War* Phlla
delp! ia far l*avai.u.ih oa Wedaaadav, Jane eth, At .0
a'aloek A. k., Iran Ik* wharf, above Vies Itraat. Ia spead
a ait strenfth, Bad la evary arraa^amaut for th* aesafert aad
l iiTttdf A* *f pes eajprs, ilk sji^ id aasarpassed. Par*
t <n Www Tark or i'hfladelphia t"I steere.-s JW TbeHtxta j
?f flaor <a leaves aa above every all-in ala tfe daatday
areata in PMUdclpbia. Harsu i Martin, Na 37)< North
wharves: ia fiavauuah, t. A. L Lataar
t'OR PALE?TUB YtCIIT TRIFLE, ?LOOP RTOOKO
I and forty four fuat on dark, thirteen foot beam, and
fo tjfr.t keel. Ci'B la seen at Rarryt"arn. throe hoar- r>?*
from tie eity tittle Badtoa River lltilr vd. Auplv to
t*r 1 Mi.i HI, Habokro Hotel or to M-mre T\ I.ER .?
PON. liarrjtown. ttrfera to Rehort Fiah, I'M Water atraot
For nalb.?tub sailboat Robert l. or >se.
twenty fret on ci alt, and nine foot l ain, wit . air
tanlH, fore and aft cushions. an i sverythin,1 in e implst* '
order; will bo sold chrsp. Apply to Air. Barker, llobikon
llotel, or of Alexander L'rosi, No. 1;!> Eighth avsoue
ATA MEETING OFT1IF. PASSENGERS HELD Of
toirltlit ptekcl iklp EXCtl'SIOR, from Liverpool to
New York, the following losolutkn* wore unanimously
agreed to;?Tl.at the united tlutiiks of ti.i meeting le pre
sented to Cui taiu S. I). Ilaitley. for Ms humane au I g?B
tkniunly conduct and Mud attention to the comfort of the
passciii ere during tlie voyage. That with suutimeatt of
deep , rutitude we beg moat raapectfnlly to tender to
_ _ _ I _ Dr.
John D?jer our sincere thanks for M* unremitting at ten |
Hon, skill, and gentlemanly conduct to us and the sick
en krauts during the voyage-. Signed on behalf of the pas- 1
aengerr, MICHAEL WILLIAMS.
We.sloyun Preacher, Chairman.
Gkorok Thomas Watson, ) e.cr..t.rie,
James Sumon, I ecrelartes.
Sitti' Exoeisiop, June 2, 1151.
Yacht for sale.?a sloop rigged yacht
22 feet in length, with a deck, will lo sold at auction
to the highut l| Ider at tho dock, (where ih? oan be now
seen,', foot of lOHth street. East Itiver, 0n Friday, June 1J,
ut 11 o'clock, A. M. Terms of sale, cash.
LEGAL NOTH ES.
(MllCCIT COURT OF THE UNITED STAT E8.-LOF
J tie Wood is Joseph I). Andrews?Before Judge Nelson
nnd ii jnry.?Action for infringement of Loflis M ood'o l'a
tent ( ftlouso, for steaniel-ips and other ves els. Verdi -t in
his favor, establishing the patent, May A), IHA3. Builder*,
owners, and caiitalns are invited t* call and examine this
rahouse, of whichnn assortment ia to he found at 2J7 W iter
street. For sale va liberal terms. LOFTIS WOOD.
TniVBUKM' 6CTPK. j
Z^SSTlin i>~Vmnov railroad to piiiladel- i
phia?from pier No. I North river.--Two >in..day.at |
10 A 11 hiiU 21 . M. Accommodation line, at 111 a m . oy
steamboat Tran tun to South Ambor. cam to BonUutowu. I
and rtcamboat U. Stockton to Philadelphia. Faro Amhov
nrtcft liiif mt 2 P. M.. by steamboat John Potior to Aronoy,
fhcnco d'iritt to Camden bv ?rrthrough in four hour, and
a half. Faro?%X Koturiuug, leave 1 hiladelputa at iu a.
M- and 2 P. M
For-alb A NY-fare *i-albany and new
York Inland Route Rati road.?Tiro daily ex pre* a i
train* at 9 A M and 3.45 P- M connecting at Albanyr with
central line* of railroads, North and West, from the nejr
duct corner of W hite, Elm, and Centre st'eet*, where
I through tickets can he procured and ba??|eR0uffiK. Paa
Schenectady, I'tiea. Syracuse. KoahesterjinJ Bluff.tlm .a.
m also received at Broome and Bowery. a?.u I we i*j
sixth street and Fourth avenue atationi. Tl'6 abovo train*
w ?! 11 and aassenvers at Croton Fall, and Chatham Four i
Corner. oulV. A^ll other train, will .tart from City Hall !
station, corner of Try on row and Centre etrert., as hero- |
tvfore.
HrDSON R1VF.R RAILROAD.-TRAINS DAILY FROM |
i Chamber* euett for Albany and froy;? i?? i
F aursss train. <i A. M.?througa in four hours, oonneoi in?
with trains reaching Buffalo or Moutieal at 3 o elook same |
9 A. M. Through way train, at 11 A. M. and i
:iXrif.trFoV Tafr-y *wn^H R ^5'^" $\
Us*''hi,r
-arORNINOl-ilH FOR ALBANY AMD IKTERMB
Af ui.te lamding*?Far* ena dollar to Albany; meal*
^ved on beard fb. n.w fi.d .pUndld ?^"OfcOAOJS
WASHINGTON, Capt. E. Van Wart wwl leave tne pier
foot ol Jay .treek, ieeoad pier above Chambor..treet^ev y
Youkers en racli pauage. ?
XTEW YOHK TO THE WHITE MOUNTAINS-ONLY
N direct route?Summer Arrangement?The ple.eare tra
vel from the eonthern eltie. a-i N.w York .a. ^.cure
through ticket, at the oOee. of the_New York ana new
llaven Railroad Company, 412 Broadway and tweacy
sixth street and loarth avonuo. Kxpra*. train. ,f?T* "j4
RAM and 6 P.M. Baggage cheeked through. ih* r?H
?oldcomp.ni..wiil make.vary exertion 1. tlelr power to
promote (he .ahtj ?$ ^S^'^SSSTsonth street.
nS,
Town** ^Ticka**nJaiP^e*proow?4 at the oftteaa^tV tho^ijw
A. M. and 5 P. M. Baggage cheeked through. Freight wi h
despatch at ^Agant, 152 South street.
NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA DIRECT, VIA
Nftw Jersey Railroad?United States ^n-l ^
Lirc?fth*oug*f1u four houre, leave New York foolof Cort
lend street, at ?, B and 9 A M.and 4:3-> and.r.*) P M. L sav*
Philadelphia at 1:30 A. M? via Kensington 7 ami 9 A^M
lLtid 4*Si) and 5:30 P. M*? from foct of wnluut strot. rare
?si- $2 60 for second class in the H A. M. from Now York snd
in p. H. from Philadelphia. Through tickets so d and
rVasanger* and through baggage cairlcdfor '.l.Py'
V Sil.lngton, Norfolk and Charleston, in the S an J .? A.M.
m <1 4-10 and 6-.H0 P M trains, and connections certain with
Jit" trails if behind time. 'PassonRer. with ba^e cross
tho ferry fifteen minutes before the trains leave.
?nril 11AMSBURG STAGE ROUTE?A PARTNER
W'"mAt.d in the Stage hiMi^re, with a email capi'?
* .(00; or would kbll the stages now running Imtwoon Peck
flip and Grnnd ttrect forry to Calvary Oemotvry The pro
prfctor can be seen at tbo stuble, corner ol Lniion and Fro.t
streets, beta cen the hours ol J and 6 e clock I. ??
"hoFels.
A STOR PLACE HOTEL. NO. 733 AND BROADWAY
A eVIwsite Aster plaoe.-Thi. ploa.antly located hotel
?i opMied to the publle in October lust, and oomuaroe
favorably, in its appointments aid maia^msnt sita the
largert and best hotel. In tho ctty. Btranger. vis tiog N??
Ke '^5,^ otej.
" ? d*>ir>b" ^easasfc?
GRAMKKCY nOTEL.?THIS ELEGANT AND FAS9
ioLahle hotel corner of Broadway and Twentieth
street with its extensive additions, com prising over two hun
dred and twenty five room., i. now reJy for the ?? ;
d.tion ef the public. Bosrd %l per day, or Ell) Pjr weex,
lnd.in* .ingle room, with broakfart, $5 per week. The pro
prietor iatend. th.t thiehonM shali continue to dceerve It.
tigh repntation ?? % first ciaa. hotel. G. UUNAUt.
KIRK'S BOWERY HOTIL, {CONDUCTED ON THE
European plan;) i. now prepared to accommodate ^cn
tlomcn desfring geoii iecommodatioM at a reasonable price.
Th? rjom. are ail light, airy. k!rK l"t
Trice. Irom $175 to $3 per week. THOMAS KIRK.p.o
prictor, 395 Bowery, corner of Sixth street, junetiou oi
Third and FourUavenncs.^
t atrd>s mansion house, <i.ate morris house.
L hong Branch, New Jersey, will be opca (or the rvo.p
Wen of boarder, and vi.it.r. Jun.^15. pMpri,t0T
Nfptune norsE. nf.w rochkllf., n. y. is now
oiwn. The steauiiT Nornalk will eommeoo. her rego
lar trip, en or aliont the middle of J"ne' k'dDj lid Nop
tnno House wharf every morning at S o'elock n-idI th. e Aj
(from Fulton Market .lip,) every i VlLUS.'
TVAVfllON HOTEL, GI.F.NCOVE, L. I.?THIS FAVOR
JP He hotel, under the direction of Mr. Otl. Orioabee, li
row open for the rec.ptlon of boarder* and ,,""or*. h*
-r?d"on 37W.?S. {Iropn^or Ueontlnue to mSM
partlcnUr. apply at th. lllan.ion Uon.e. No. 97 Chamber.
??r< et.
UOliT W ISLINGTON PAYIL1.ION HOTEL SHREW'S
T bnry rlver. Monmouth connty N J Th-ploakaotly
Htuateilf. tclwili open for the reception of boardera on June
t! e I tb, IN'oi Fanili- s vishlng to secure room, pleab?l
dr- >. to the j.roprietor. Red Hank 1 oat Office, N. J St vera.
steamboat, ply daily to and fro. ^ ^ ^ rropriet?
f|V|IE rAVILION" nOUSE AT NEWHLTG WILL RR
T cp.ii on Thuraday. Jupo 9. for th? m aaon. f
applliation for rooms deelrable, a. many arc oVVVjw
gaged. .
rtf aVFKI.EV HOTEL <197 BROADWAY. CORNER Ol
VV A Fourth * tree V?TTii* hotel having been f.lly re
modelled and enlarged, is now prepared to supply jr h
Tni'iilio., as well *? tr.n.ient vu-itors, with aecniue- d.Oioni
wot to be .ur.as.ed iu tb. c.t^ m nt^Kt
exccbmoss.
T?XCXTRSIONSL?DF.LICHTFUL EXCURSIONS TO ST
Xl Reran'. Well -M (looderaon respeetfully l!"uT"?.h.'
friends, and th* citLers of Ne ? York *?'d iVrH^ ad*
ha. ro-rpened tha riirnl pavilion at St. Konn . > Wdl *1
joining th. beautiful village of Flu.blnr No charge for th.
n.e ol the ground, will be mad. to tcmpe-ance sooicti"*,
schools pie nic pirlies or mlltt.ry eomp.nU. vl.ltlng tM.
beautiful irrave bj th* iteamheat* fl???i.iuK and Island Uity,
which Ic.ve N?w York four time, daily Irom Fulton innr
k. t Hip. For further particular.. Inquire at the grove, oa
hoard ?b. .Uamboat, or at No
Excursions.-THr. steamer m ay'i capahle or
aeeommi dating a very large company will ha let to ax
luiri.n parties en the must favorable term?, by appMM on
board f. ot el Fr.iuk'in rtrct. North river, to CaPT J. 11.
POWELL, or to ? J. HAMILTON, 172 Wot ,treat.
I TOR EXCURSIONS.?THE NEW AND BEAUTIFUL
I barge Merchant of Tlvoll. will bo to let Tor cxcur.lon..
by the season, month, or single trip. Her main deck IbIjO
feet long by IV, feet wide, and her promenade dook exHind.
nearly over the whole boat, forming an area of about Lit
ie, t long bv .34 feet wide, ontlroly free from any obstrii.
tion whatever, with a hurricane deok and ?ide cnrtalns Tor
protection a, alnst tho eun. The Merchant has no cqnal for
[bis tr.de. She can bo .ecu at tbo foot of Murray .troot,
where tb' ee lbtereetvd ar? Invited to cull ?n.l
tl i ma.lve. For further particular*, inquire of Usptalu*
( lirnurigbt or (ircen on board the b.ryo Gibbon, at Murray
.tree*w?arf? or of ??- U. TompLln., lrf Wo.t .twit; or of
pi;i'ir M.cnlff, 1? ?<nd" struct, ?r?eWvn-o? of the sub
Itrll cr, ?t Tlvoll Kcw York. J- OUTIV tTLK.
Grand excursions for coney island lanil
ii.g st F'ert llan.iltoo each way?J"ffc.
wuv ?The new end .plendld .taamcr ECONOMI . Captain
L i). A bell, will maks regular trips for the ,#*?9nt '*'^1
to Fort Hamilton and Coney Islai.d, .s i a If.?
Hprlng >tre?t? N. H.. at UH A. M.J '? ?xr a. M.*
Pprlbg ?trnet, N. H.? AtPjZ A. M.; pjcr. . ? ? ^ ?
f priag ?tr?tt. N. H., at 12VP Mpier 3 NR., at l 1. ? ,
spring street, N. H.. at ?v? I ? M., j''r ? ? N ? ?Thii* 'b?>at
l?avibg Cou?y Island,!laat trip, at 8 P M ? r<ir?
bus been built expressly for tMs route, and will rnn roxu
lurly to the Ieland and Fort Hamilton. All person, are for
bid trotting any one on her account. ^Ror)MAN AgMl|<
:w ni.illMIK AND GI.ENCOVE?SUN DAY EX
rurHon-Tbo steamer KINO PHILIP having heon
fitted lip according to the new lawo"'^r'r^uUir'snndVy
will commence, for the fourth season, her rsgular sunouy
trip, to New Roebelloand Olenoove Tha aim of the cap
tain will b? to retain and increnf? tbo popniari*j nil"
b.. .Tread, Required ; leave. Peck slip ev^y Sundavat U
onnoftbe moat picasont, plctnresqno and healtky routea
out or New York, It ia hopo-i that every lover of teoreation
wl'leinl raee the opportunity. Rofrnsbmenl* -of the first
quality on hoard. Fare for the e?cuT*lon, 50 cents.
PIFASURE BOAT.?FOR SALE, A FINE SAILBOAT.
\VsnF,^.tlonY.v?y tM?g ? gat .all^r awi
will b. sold at a great bargain. Addre*. J. Graeu, box7??
l'e.t Office.
AAllCHEflTI.
BOWERY THEATRE-DOORS OPEN AT 7.U ; CUR'
tain rises at 7*-, o'clock.
Uunil*/ evening, June 6. will be performed
IDE SLEDGE 1)1(1 V b K.
I sen Don lie# Mr. hdiljr I i atlieriue Mrs Parker
Ratilkoff Mr. Dawson 1 Fedora Mrs Yaouan*
1'ntde liito'Biku Miss Dawes
NEW YORK A3 IT IS
Vote Mr. Obdnfrau I Lite Miss nilfert
Jot) Mr. Griffiths Kilty ... , . Mrs. Y.-oraaus
Meadows Mr. Dunn Mrs. Meadows. Mrs.BnadBy
Dates Mr. Alien I Ruth .Mi,* Daves
THE I OOD FOB NOMltNU.
Torn Dibits Mr. Dawson I Nad Miss Dawes
BURTON 3 THEATRE, CHAMBERS 8TREBT._im>,,u8
? peuat'ii; to ootnuiauee at 8 o'clock Henctttof Mr.
1 isher. Mondar f'tioiita. June ('?, will be performed
Tim obstinate family. ?
Mr llsrwood... Mr. Howard | Mrs. llurwood...Mrs. Ilughut
Sens Mr. Uauiiltea
ST. CUPID.
Mr Tali-ntlnn May Mr. Fiiher
( urcii Bee Mr llurton I Dorothy drs.Skorrott
Dr. Hodd Mr. Johnston I Juno Mis. Burton
Ballad Mrs lloliuan and Mr. Hamilton
Tl UMNO IDE TABLES.
Humphries Mr. Burton I Miss Knibbs.., . Mrs. Burton
linn i>s Mr. Fisher | Mrs. Humphries.Mrs. Hughes
AT ATI ON AL TUEATRE,CHATHAM STREET.?DOORS
1MB st'7; curtsin rises at 7% o'clnuk.
Monday eveuiug, Jun-ti. will bo performed
THE W11K.
St Pie?re Mr. W. It. Coodall
Fcrrurdo... Jlr. N. B. Clarko.l Antotlo Mr Llngard
1 ninardo Mr Karnes Mariana Mrs. Nichols
Florio Mr. Stone | Floribel Miss Harbor
Song Mr Liagard
l'ancy Dance Miss Mary Partington
T1IE HONEYMOON.
Dnke Arunza.. . Mr. Goodall I Juliana Mrs. Nichols
HuIbdoo Mr. Kfcin. s Volaote... Mrs. W. G. Joues
Mon tai ban Mr Si pie | Zwmora Miss Barb.-r
JT. CHARLES THEATRE, BOW ERY, N R A R C H STII A \l
O sqrare. ? Boxes and Parquet, *i scnts Ladies and child
ren adiuitt d to afUruoon puriurmanco at half-price
B< m f.t of I'.llc Sophie. Monday afternoon, at 3 o'olook,
will be performed
A DAY AFTER THE WEDDING.
Song Miss Van Arsdals
Dance Mons. Ualladine
THE WaNDIRINQ MINSTREL.
In the owning, at "?? o'clock, will bn performed
THE YOUTH WHO NEVER SAW A WOMAN.
SKETCHES IN INDIA.
MATTEo FALCON I.
THE MILLERS.
BARNVM'S AMERICAN MUSEUM-THE MANAOE
nient unnuuncc, with eminent sati-faoliou, a brief
eegagemtnt with 'hat
MOVT ASTOUNDING WONDER
of tlie nineteenth century, the wide famod, ? uncus, and in
teresting BEARDED LADY OF OENEVA,
Madame Joseptiine Fortune Clofullin, who is acoompanied
ly l.er lather, her husband, and one of her children, and
will hold her public levies, at the Muieurn, every day this
week, if in
Mosn.iv 6th. to Satuupav. June 11.
From 1U to 12 u'uluok in the morning;
From 2 to fi o'clock in the afternoon; and
From 7 to lu o'clock in the eveniug.
Madame Clofuliia, who was horn at Versoix, in Switzer
land and is now about twenty five years of age, exhibited,
even in her infancy the phenomenon of which she is the only
living i xsmplo. Ilor faco was then covered with light hair,
which, when she had rsachod her eighth year, had grown to a
It Unto of two inches. At fifteen, its color altered, and it bo
(.ah to assume that Mack, bushy, and virile appearance that
new strikes evory beholder with such astonishment. It is
not as some may suppose, a mere resemblance, but prostata
to all eyes the oomplctcly
FULL GROWN BEARD AND WHISKERS
that the most f?ettdi*us dandy would be proud to wear, and
that iu color, shape, eizu, thickness, natural growth, and
Icauty, put, at a single glanoe,
ALL CREDULITY AT DEFIANCE
Tho management desire no one to take this extraordinary
hut really honest description for granted. They respoot
fully ask all to come and look, and judge for tlieuisulves.
IN THE LECTURE ROOM,
This Monday) afternoon, at 3 o'clock, V EKY SUSPICIOUS;
a'ter which, THE VILLAGE GOSSIP. This evening, at 8
e'eluok will bs presented the beautiful domestic drama
of ST. MART'S EVE. Admission to the whols Museum,
Entertainments, Ac., 23 cents; Parquet and First Balcony,
B% cents extra.
/tnRISTY'8 Ol'BttA UOUBK, 472 BROADWAT,
b."u".m"s. Tiek.ta, 25 M?U. Door. open at T,to ????
?aanae at 8 o'aloek
Bl
of tkn *Utn and faahton im a P t tho lndina nod
EJ&TaUo ronc.rt. " ahovA "J&2R. ?'&??"*
aommenoai at 8 ? nlook. rriae e L. 8UOHT, Agant.
RAM) "ACRED CONCERT, AT THE CHURCH OF
8t Frauela Serapli, Thirty Arat ?'pcot botweea Sixth
Avenue Railroad only a few stop'from the churuh.
. rii.il vi* EDITOR' WE BEG TO INFORM THE
A f.bhc, through your .oU-.j ?^X"..khh
ramie vitjs oi ? 7 witk ths most Interesting and
S?S^Ws:l5"^r^rS
ivf^irurr.viiriirrorAsiSi'tr^"
SSKtiiiiShSr/
tVn'lt SwV i- Pt?P"^,?^
\ , th ef time and money?the painting* a.e or iaa v 7
hinh.it ordt r. and tha scunery ihaiuOitbaauUfal in th.
11 if tiin viftwh which wo arc about to ?xuluit sxs i?
ii'.taha plac. U Broadway,^.. ^VQlkh.
Mr and Mra. Pntglan will w.pr Turkish and Oraak oaa
urns* varying tham fram tima to time.
.(Iminl j.?Won th. onlv equestrian figara in atttaar
in the I'uitsd States, beUf upwards of two Manured met tn
i?? 41. Httf ft??t in width and twenty feet in height, and
mY.M* a/sontntaing IvarlttW paraan. It wili be majni
ta.ntly fltt.d lip for tha aaeaaloa. and no oxp.nao spared to
render it worthy of publio patronage.
j-?ASTI_e garden.?these premises will be
C let to ar^ party or partie. for the Fourth July, day and
j evening, lor particular* inquire ?FRENCH t HEfSKR.
f?lllE~AFTERNOON PERFORMANCES NOW GIVEN
fe-arsiar'.fir ?ssc"? sats
appear. ?
BROOKES' ASSEMBLIES.?MR. L. BROOKES WILL
five another extra solroe?the last hut one
son-at Ms assembly rooms, 361 Urcome street, on Yi adnos
dsy ovoLing, June P.
EXPRESS AOE1CIES. ^
^lMFOKlTft"ca'S NEXT CALIFORNIA "PRESS
J? will go forward on stsamer Georgia, via Aipt.* wall and
S...* , 5n Monday, Juno fi, in ohnfja of our own special
Jnm ^??er thinners will please here their freight ready for
dillvcrv on BUurdny nextP Small parcals reclved tuf on.
Ltor 'b.Z." V*Mt* ' iIEIi'fOBP '*'CO
N'OTICE-EXPRESS PACKAGES FOR NORFOLK.
Petersburg, and Richmond, Intended fof shipment psr
authorix.il aia'^Jj^JJ'*'^rJ,*^^^1sfNT5, M*Br^,way.
/vm?o* vn 59 BROADWAY.?ADAMS A CO.'S
0 xmVI- United States Mail Ex,r,*iifor California, Ore
, ? srd th. Sa.dwi.t Islands, per lUnited "?*???'*'1
hi. euitr <?< ruia, en Mtaday.Jont btti, lh?3. 1 hot. GiHen,
t??r?il mii?en?er. W. .hall detpatch ojr neat ?pret? for
1 hliir,nia Oregon aid the Sandwieh Itlandi, io charge ef
6ihon, 1/ the I'uitod SUtss mall
Ft ut *r i;*< rtta. for Atpinwall, Nary Bay. dtreet. ea Men
S.W jVnt Ctb ?t 2 o'tlotk. T. M. From the supsrltrily ef
pur ti ae*P? rtatien arrangement* oa the Inthmns, and the
fhiilitics secrdad u? on tV* PacileM.il Steamers freight
;^t by r?r axrr... i. Sara to go through with malt S?oad.
11 ? TKPaiately en arrival at hiaa Franeisee, all freight aad
rsekic. ? 'or the lntarier towns and miniag dtstriata of C.li
r"uB J,r. rr- mptly forwarded Mr onr own inland ex- rassas,
v lYort dolav, to uastinatioa. Shippers will plaasaasad in
II . ir Hoodf, ?'lth invuisas, hefora toe day of a.iliae. te e?i
?il ie rs to tavs tham eordad aail aaaled In ia.iaoa. Small
iw'fle raaidvad until 1 o'oloek on Monday. No paekag*
?U. aid alwd 125 lbs. weight, or St. f.et cubie moasuramoul,
M? aveijUiaguiuit be gg Broadway.
0,.f, , ?T, I X I HF.SS NOTICE TO MF.RC1IANTS?THE
S nndtTiigncd nnnonnco to merchants .and oAher?that
the* I ave organiicd an oxpre?s to transport paokagee and
? ?ia if riiprchandiso, jewelry, and all descriptions of
LvcihlJ. betweriT New Krk and Boston. Phll.de phla.
rharh'Fton s V. Savanaah.Ga.. Moi lle, Ala.. New Orleans,
I ii snd San Francisco. The nndcrsUwod heliero they have
_'i in,.(i u ith safety and despatch another desideratum, vis.,
' ?, Twrntls. They do not aspire to ho classed with the mono
1 tiulit is uorwill they enter Into tha coiabination to sii t.ia
Fii riitaiit cliargaa?tho univara.l suljoot of complaint,
a I , y ?ill not condescend to resort to any nnderliandoil moa
snr.s orfalf shoods, or libels, to Injure rival., nor will they
?r r , , v V relink* to do so. Exorbitar t charge, arc extortion
st !ai d or J est, bene* those who, hai I. g begun without eapl
?! have amassed Urge fortunes fr n? their oxorM ant
el anes, lave done so unjustly. The history of monopolists
?htiw * tl st they know not % fair and open rivalry, and thai
tio mcMufW arB too ba*c in their opinion to oppose to com
i rtition. The nnilarsigwod do not ho? eustom-they invito
mar chants to call upon tk^ ofte ^ARB A CO.^ y
NT
?Tl k Co" kHtP^ AGKNTa AND 0OMM13SION
wluu^'r"tVV?" *"?y ?*FT"' Avmvnv' "l*uaA*ti
lifTiteO--Boa Bailio Peytoa
'"vrnroon* itesars. Bowmam, BrinaaU k Co.. WUUa.
asVwnVoVa-M?.m'. E. R Colll.s * Co., Ooodhn. k Ca
Sv:. "oWldar^ A ?... Thorn* J
'Sit Flint Panted, A Co.. fln-o,
5. h Briaka.
#o ,UlH?Un k ffllljiams.
flswwnw?Wva FwVM k Ci
KArSDSOfUXk
fVuTs^i^^
Post Otfics
UltRMKS'l'*.
T> UOA DVt'A Y Till.A RE.?K A. MARSHALL, SOLK
If Lumrr ? liuor* op-u *t7, to commence at 7J? e'uloek.
Monday ov-nin*, June 6. will be performed
... - LuVJC.
The Deke Mr. Barry
Ifuou Mr. Conway I Nichols*. Mr. Matthew*
l*rir.te Mr. Gravem r I Couut Ulrick Mr. Dud
T li.' Counted Miss Julia Dean
The Euipre**., Mr, \l arrcu | Catherine... Mi?e A. Lunadale
l.a Cncoviriiiia , MiM Price
MA It If I EI) aM? SETT!.ED.
Mr Bos ?ir. D.tidya i Mr. Cnx Mr. WhltUg
Mrr. I5i* Mr* Vanion | Mra.Cax Mm. Saftoa
Mra. Jiuunctr Ml?? Carman
?rAl.l.ACR'S THKATuk, hltUaOVfAT, NMAR.
?T llr?onie etreet. ?Duure open at 7; to eomiu**ae at 7%.
benefit n. Mlas Laura r ?B? evening, June 8.
Art you LIKE IT.
Jacuura Mr. Wallaek
The linniahed Duke Mr. Maann
Imlie 'raltrlc. .Mr lirr"ard j Auiiena Mia* J. Gould
Orlni.do.. . Mr l.e*'cr Roanlind...Mia* Laura Keuuo
William Mr llale | ('??lla MiaaOonover
Touch,lot. Mr Waloot I Pbcrbe Mre.Hale
Coriu Mr. CI Inprmlale | An ire- Mra. Brougham
_ .. ? , TEDDY i UK TILER.
Teddy Mulowney Mr. Ureagham
Duudtrlord . Mr ( Mppeudale 1 LaJy D Mra^ratuer
vxre?n'8 MlRHTKri.8, M4 BROADWAY, ABOVE
' Reward aireat.?Oaaa every treeing. ? H. Wood, Ma
nager and Proprietor. Tea aatertataaieet* alTarod by thie
aalabratad aetapaey ef Uaaialaaa tee Ittbiopian Delineator*
?aui? la equalled by any other head la tba United Stataa,
See irerrtaaia Laura area at tjU. eeneert e.ininenoee at
8 a aleak. Adataaiaa 1* aeota. Tea peblic are roepeetfully
(Bfarinad that tba aftereoea eeneerta are diaanutiuurd.
BUCKLEY'S NEW ORLEANS SEKENADERS?C'Ul
uree Hull, 530 Broadway ? Mouday waning, Juuo 6, and
every evening during the week in new aouga chorine*, ope
ratlc I nrlinjuea, Ac. Fir-t n 1 lit of the grnud inuaioal opera
^irlrtque teena, from " Lnela di Lamuiermnnr 11 Doors
open at 'tg, cum i rt ut ft u'cluck. Price ol adiuiaaiou 23 cent*.
FRANCONIS HIprODROJIE.?ANOTHER PBODCC
tion.
Gti iat Frrncrs ros thf Sixth Wrrsor
FKaNCONI'S COLOSSAL III Pl'ODKOMK,
With all ita animated splendor*,
Daring Chariot Uacea, gnrgeou* Tournament*, modern
Field ." porta, Mou*. irancuni'* highly trained horse*. Hay
nnl and Johnston; and other exciting and novel Feata of tba
fttuCiuu), the Coiiree. the Areun, the C'baee, the Tilting
Ground, ai d the Parade.
Mouduy alternoou and evening. June 6,
THE CAROUSAL,
which fora long time haa beon in active preparation.
The performance, will commoi.ee with the
GRAND TOURNAMENT
Of the Field of the Cloth of Gold.
Produced at prodtiiiou* coat in the uiost magnificent (tyle.
The proceaiion will comprise 200 homes and performer*.
Performances will lie given every afternoon and evening.
PRICES UP ADMISSION.
Boxe* 30 Cent* I Pit 25 Cent*
Reserved S< at* $1 | rteaaon Ticket* $50
Door* open at 2 in the afternoon, and at P. M. Per
formance* to eumiuence half an hour after tn* opening of
the heuae.
Particular Notice.?Tloket* can be Mcured at the follow
1 tig placi *:?Western Hotel, l.ovoloy'i llotel, Aator llouae.
New York Hotel, and at DudwortV* muaio itoro.
The entertainment* given in the afteruooa are equal in
every rerpi ct to those of the evening. Children under ten
year* of age will be eduii ted for halt price to the reaerved
?eat* for any of the pvrlortnaocea.
Appropriate ecat* hare keen provided for rcapeotablo
olored pertom. Admiatlon, 25 cents.
Principal saloon,
CHINESE BUILDING, MO BROADWAY,
Th* Coolist ami beat Ventilated Hall in New The.
TENTH WEEK Of
MR. JOHN OWENS'
Great Polyphonic Illustrative And Original Monologue,
based ob hi* recent
ASCENT OF MONT BLANC,
th* mokt
MAGNIFICENT ENTERTAINMENT
Ever Phoihioed in the United State*.
ROARS OF LAUGHTER,
BREATH LE-S SILENCE,
WONDER AND
ADMIRATION,
each In turn enchain th* va?t assemblages of beauty and
intellect
Who Nightly Grace thi* Elboant Boudoir.
For synopsis ??? hills of tu? dny.
Admission 56 otBta; Soaond Circle !5 cents, children nndef
twelve half price. Doer* open at 7)? o'oloek; entertain
meati te eeBinieact at i.
Grand Mid dap Entertainment* on Wednesday and Sa
tardea, commencing at 1 e'clerk.
Ticket oRce open daily, fro in 11 A. H. to 4 P. M., whot
?eats may k* secured.
CASTLE GARDEN.?FRENCH A HEISER, PROPRIR.
tors.?The fourth grand Sunday Concert this season, by
Dndworth'a ceisbrated Cornet Anna, will take place oa ana
day evening, Jnne 6. Admission, 25 seats.\ To eommeae*
at iialf-paat T e'elook. No postponement on'acsount of the
weather. The Garden is open every day for the aeoommo
dation of visiters.
WALLACE'S THEATRE.?1 HE BENEFIT OF MR.
Moore, Assistant Treasurer, will take place on Friday,
Juao ID. on which occasion Mr. Wnllack, with the whole
strength of the company, will appear:?Mr. Lester, Mr.
Illake, Mr. Broagham, Mr. Walcnt, Mr llale, Mr. Reynolds,
Mr. Mas-n, Mr. Vincent, Miss Lnnra Keenc, Mrs. Blaks,
Mrs. Brougham, Mrs. Stephens, Mrs. Cramer, Mrs. Couover.
Mrs. llnlo, Mies Gould. Miss Mulvlua, Ao , Ac.
Metropolitan hall.-miss rosina Collins,
the celebrated Violinist, from London, (pupil of Ernst,)
> to announos that her only Conoert will take place at
the above room, on Thursday evening, June 9. The Philhai
raouio Orchestra is engaged for the oacasioa. Tiokets, M>
cento: and Reserved Scuts, $1. to be had at Win. Hall A Sons,
Fchsrfcnberg A Luis, and Jollie's mnsio stores, also, at tha
residence of Miss Collins, 113 Grand street.
PANORAMA HALL, SWS BROADWAY.?SANFORD'S
great National Panoramic Painting of the Mississippi
River, from its meuta ts the Falls of St. Anthony: also, tka
tnagmilicei t painting of the diisovery of the River, by Ds
Soto, in th* year 1641. Lxhii itlun every evening, at S
?'clock: Wednesday and Saturday afternoons, at3o'sloek.
Admission, 26 cents.
?nrill SOON CLOSE?BANVARD'S HOLY LAND, A*
VT the deorama f?S4 Broadway This magnificent paint
ing presents, in minute detail, all the snered localities men
iieiied iu the Hilda the u.nnatnins, cities, rivers, and lakes,
end ail She Holy Plaees new iu dispute between the Rap*
r rs of France and Kneaia. Exhibited every evening, at 8
o'slusk; aad na Wednoiday aad Satarday afternoons, at 3
u'eloek. Aduilsiloa, 69 seats; children, half-price.
Grand oratorio of TnE creation will br
given by the New York Sacred Uarmonio Society, at
Metropolitan Hall on Monday evening June 30. Orchestra
composed of members from the Philharmonic Society. Con
ductor Mr. G. F. Bristow. Between the seoond and third
SnrtF, a presentation of Commnuion Service of Plate, by
lev. J. B. Uagany from an nnknown dtnor. The avails
will be appropriated to the erection of an institution for
aged and iniirm members of the Methodist Episcopal Cbnreh
in this city. The Man of the building, with all modorn im
provements, both in site and adaption, will be exhibited, ah
T)? o'clock I'. M. Tickets, 60 cents: to bo bad at the follow
ing places r r at the door:?Jf neto store* ofWm. nail A Son,
239 Broadway; Roe Loekwood A Son, 411 Broadway; E. A.
Farr, 469 Broadway; Marvia North, 96 Chambers street.
Franklin m-ureum, its ?hatham street.?geo.
LEA, proprietor ?The shove establishment isopsn every
afternoon, at 8 e'eloek, and in the evening nl 7)4, for th*
purpose of "Class!* and Original Reareaentatiosi of Living
Statuary," by MHle Caeiaet's Troup* ef Modal Artiste, to
gether with a variety of beautifal performances. For farther
particulars, see hills of eeeh dev. Admission :?Seats in
Private Boxes, M eeate; Stags Seats, with enshionsd am
?hairs. 37)4 cents; Boxes. 16 sent*; Sailsry, 12)4
AHTKOLOGT,
FP HUMAN. JUST ARRIVED IN THIS CITY. gV
, fers hie eervioee in astrology, physiognomy, and signs,
?ud gives satisfactory iaformation. He can be oommltad in
matters concerning lore, marriage, past, present, and fntnr*
events, Ac. Nativities calculated for ladles and gentlemen.
Office, 72d Hoteto? street, between Macdongal and Yariok
streets.
Mrs. alwin, ltenowned in Europe fob hir
skill in forettiling tb* future, has arrived, and wfll f*r
nisb iattlligsncs about at.' ?lr?u instances of life. She Inter
prets dreams, law mattsrs ah4 )oTe- aatrology, books aad
science and tells to ladles and 'Shtltmen the name of th*
riraon they wtll marry, also th* aauT* ?f hsr visitors. Mrs.
Iwin speaks th* English. French andJtermln languages.
Residence 2f> Klvington street, up stairs, ne*' the Bowery.
Dthee hour* leva 10 A.M. te 8 P.M. Leslies 60 sen***; gsaU*
men 21
Matrimony made easy, or how to win a
Lover?Professor I.awton, Boston, formerly of Lon
don, will fond to any address, on receipt of ono dollar, post
paid, plain directions to enable ladles or gentlemen to win
the devoted aficc'ions of at many of the opposite sox astheir
benrte n ay desire. The proce-s is so simple, hut so captl
vat In;. that all may be mnrrfud, irrespective of age. appear
ance or position , and last, though not least, it can be ar
ranged with such case und delicacy that detection is impos
slide. Address Professor I.awton, Boston, Muss. No let
ters tal.cn frotu the Post Otiisu anless the postage is paid.
SPORTING.
"PRIZE BLACK AND TAN KING~7hLARLKS
A spaniels. St. Bernard anil Newfoundlands, Mack an*
ton knglleh and Scotch ratters and a variety of ehoicf
hrtsda i '? dogs, for sale at 206 Water atreet.
OrOhT.-RAT KILLING, BADGER BAITING, AND
kj corn drawing, at Grand Strict Hall, 127 Grand street,
three door> east of Broadway, every Monday and Thursday
evening*, at .'). o'clock. Jem Toms will superintend tli*
above sport ana will have at all times on hand a good sup
ply of rats for public and private uso. Gentlemen who wish
to try th?.lr d> is in private can be accommodated from 10
A. M. to 0 P. M. Doge L amed by him to kill rets, and enred
ofmange and all other disease*. Use of the pit gratis. Oa
Monday. Juneli, two noted sluts are matched te kill ten rat*
each, I or fo a side and a collar. N. B ?Rats bought and sold.
MEDICAL.
/TTTltr OF CORNE, BY MADAMS RER1IARD, NO. Iff
\ liswery, east side, between Dsbosae aud Deilhcy street*.
Madams B n-spvsbfeUy hi form s ffe pnhlle that sae has re
ds soil her pri.e, la order te enable every oaa te he free froea
pate, aad fuel* eonSdunt I* premlatwg that aba will ressev*
terns, bualeae, naMe isrewa ta tea fate. As., without sans,
lag the least pais or laeoaveaieaee. Pesaaas can be attest
ed to at heme, er at MM?6 B.'s resddaaea, krem I aaSM 6
e'steak. P. M.
DR BERON, GRADUATE OF TnE SCHOOLS 0|
Paris and member of the University of New York, sag
lie consulted deily at his effire, No. 2 City Hall place,cornel
ol CI ambers and Centre strrsts Hnslaess hours from 9 A.
M. till 1 I'. M , and from 6 till 9 in th* avsaing.
DR. HIAReT'mBMBER OF TMR UNIYEMITT Ol
New Turk, eaa k* ooe.wDed at 48 0aaal street, tjt
doer* east of Bread way. OMee bears tessu I te IV A. M
DR LEON GELBARPT. HERBALIST, RESPECT"
fully lanouucs to his friends and the pablle gene
ral!' that lie has removed from I.is ofieo, No. 10 Howard,
to No ?18 Broome street on>t of Broadway, fnr the pnr
nose of .'panics ills premium depot for kis celebrated Homm
j uthie General i'ills. These pills are loAnltely superior to
any eTsr offered: theviragnlatethe bowel*, stimulate the cir
culation end pnrify the blood, by nting them according to
the direction attached to eech box. Consultation hesrs
from 8 to ill A. M . and from 4 to 8 P M., except Sunday, to
12 M. Advleo gratis fir the poor only.
DR RALPH'S OFTICE MOUSV, FROM 9 TO 13 A E,
and 6 te 9 P. M., ftsndaya exeepted), at Na. 643 Hous
ton str.et, uear Weester street.
DR. EOBRETT. NO 19 DUaNE STREET, BETWEEN
Chatham aad WUIiam streets. *. B.?Dr. C la a teem,
bor ef tks New Terk Vaivanity. Ols* hours from 7 A. M.
to 0PM, Sundays exeepted
DR COOPER, 14 DUANE STREET, BETWEEN CHAT
ham aid Wkllam street*, may k* senaulted at ktsoffio*
fr*m 7 A M. to 9 P.M., tuaday* exeepted. Dr. C. Is a ro
guiarly id seated pkyeiwae aad surgeon.
DE. JORMEEN, 16 DUANE STRIBT, MAY NR RON
suited at kis efkee, where be baa yrastieed for the laai
twenty two jimi. lovri from 7 A. M. Wlr. M., Sudift
?XVRptvd. .
DOCTRR HUNTER CAM BE VOMEUIffMg AS PWAk
from 7 A. M. uate M P. MI . at kto old
pensary, No 3 Divlslaa street New Terk; established to
Init Albany *??*, No. 9 Blooeker street, eeraer of Broate
way.

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