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IBVEITISEMENTS 1EHEWED EYEBY DAY.
" COItPOHATIOJf NOTICES. *
J^OBPORATION NOTICE.? PUBLIC NOTICE IS HERE
J lj jiiven, that petitions have leou presented in th?
oard of Conneilmen for the extension of tho sewer pro
posed to ba built in Beekman street. between Pearl and
Hold street ?, to and to connect with the sewtr in Gold
?tract. All persona interested in the above, and having ob
tections thereto, an requested to present the same, ia
writing, to the Contract Clerk, at tiU office, on or before
Friday. March 10, 1844.
KLIA3 L. SMITH, 1
TBEO. R. DE FOREST, > Crotoa Aqueduct Board.
A. W. CRAVEN, $
ttoton Aqueduct Department, Feb. 28, 1851
CORPORATION NOTICE. ? PUBLIC NOTICE 13
hereby given to the owner or owners, oooupant er oe
eupants of all houses and lots, improved or unimproved
lands (fleeted thereby, that the following assessments bar*
teen completed b v the Assessors, and are lodged ia the office
or the Bureau or Asseenments for examination, by all per
sons interested, Til.:? For sewer in USth street, from Fourth
arcane to Harlem river. The limits embraoed by suoh as
?etanent, Include all the several houses and lota of ground,
vacant lots, picces and parcels of land, situated on tho north
(Me of Uftth street, between First and Second avennes; both
(ides of 116th street, between avenue A and Soeond avenue;
aonth side of 117th street, between avenue A and Second
avenue; north side of 117th street, between avenue A and
Fourth avenue; both sides of 118th street, between Fourth
avenue and Harlem river; on south side of 119th street, be
tween avenue A and Fourth avenue; north side of U?th
street, between avenuo A and Second avenue; both sides of
E?th street, between avenue A and Second avenue; oast
side of Fourth avenue, between 117th milltoh streets; both
?ides of TLird avenue, between 117th and 119th streets; west
side of 8ocond avenue, between 117th and ll#th streets; oast
(ide of Second avenue, feptween UMh and 121st stroets; west
aide of First avenue, between With andUTIst streets; oast
aide of First avenne, between 116th aad 121st streets; west
(Me of avenuo A, between 116th and 121st streets; east sido
of avenue A, between 117th and 119th streets. All person(
Whose Interests are affected by the above named assessments,
and who aro opposed to the same, or either of them, are re
quested to present their objections, in writing, to the unde
signed. at their office, No. 4 Hall of Reoords, within thirty
days from the date of thin notiee.
' WILLIAM GAGE, ^ 1
CHARLES 1. DOD (M, > Assessors.
CHARLES MoNIELi; )
Office Bureau of Assessments, Street Department, March
?. 18M.
CORPORATION NOTICE.? PUBLIC NOTICE IS HERE]
by given to the owner or owners, oeoupant or oocu
pants or all homes and lots, improved or unimproved lands,
affected thereby, that the following assessments have been
completed by the Assessors, and are lodged in the office of
the Bureau of Assessments for examination by all persons
lBtoK?ted, vU-;? F'.'J (?wer in Fortv-sixth street froo
XJg^h ivenue to the Seventh avenue, and tfirou'gh the
Seventh avenne, from Forty-sixth to Fifty -first (treet. The
limits embraced by such assessment inolndo all the several
bouses and lots of ground, vacant lots, pieces and parcela of
land, situated on the north sido of Forty-second street, bo
tween Fifth and 8eventh avenues, on both sides of Forty
third, Forty-Fourth and forty-fifth streets, betweon Fifth and
Seventh avenues; on both sides of Forty-sixth, Forty-io
vonth, Forty-eighth, Forty-ninth, Fiftieth, and Fifty-first
streets, between Fifth ana Eighth avennes; on both sides of
Fifty-second and Fifty-third atreets, between Sixth an
Eighth avennes: on konth side of Fifty-fourth street, be
tween Sixth and Eighth avennes; west side of Fifth avenno,
Forty second to Fifty-second streets; both sides of Sixth
avenue, from Forty-second to Fifty-fonrth street; both sides
of Seventh avenue, from Forty-seoond to Fifty-fourth
street; both sides of Broadway, from Forty-second to Fifty
fonrth street. All persons, whose interests are a (Tooted by
tho above-named assessments, and who aro opposed to tho
same, or either of them, are requested to prosent their ob
jections, in writing, to the undersigned, at their office. No.
4 Hall of Records, within thirty days from tho date of thia
notice. WILLIAM GAGE, )
CHARLES J. DODGE, > Assessor*.
CHARLES MoNlELL, >
Office, Bureau of Assessments, Street Department, March
f, ISM.
CORPORATION NOTICE.? DEPARTMENT OP REJ
pair* and Supplies, March 9, 1KH. ? To Bnllder*. ? Staled
proposals will 1)0 received at the office of the Commissioner
ef Repairs and Snppliei, 3 City Hall, (basement,) antil Mon
day, March 20, 18.H, at 12 o'olock, M., at which time they will
bo opened according to the amondod charter of 1833, for the
building of a protection railing on both sides of Eighth avo
nue^ from Eighty third to Ninetieth streets. Estimator*
will estimate for said railing at so mnch per running foot.
The plana and specification* of the work required to be done,
and all information in regard thereto, can be had at the office
ef the Commissioner of Repairs and Supplies, No. 3 City
Hall, (basement); also for tno rebuilding of the hose car
riage heme, known as N o. 6, in Gouvcrneur street, near Madl
?on street, and also fer the building of temporary sheds for
Catherine Market; the sheds to be placed at the root of Mar
ket street. Estimator* will estimate for said shed* at so
mnch per running foot. The plan* and specifications of the
work required to be done, and all information tn regard
thereto, can be had at the office of the Superintendent of
Public Buildings, No. 74 Ludlow street. Blank estimate*
ean be had at either office. N. B. ? The commissioner re
serves the right to reject nil or any of tho estimates, if deem
ed fer the interest of the Corporation.
BARTHOLOMEW B. PURDY,
Commissioner of Repair* and Snpplic*.
CORPORATION NOTICE.? PUBLIC NOTICE 13
hereby given to the owner or owner*, occupant or oc
cupants of all bouses and lots, improved or unimproved
lands, affected thereby, that the following assessments have
been completed by tno Assessors, and are lodgod in the
?See ef the Bureau of Assessments for examination bv all
persons Interested, viz. : ? For sewer in Battftry plaoe, from
Washington to West street. The limits embraced by such
aaeessment include all the several houses and lots of ground,
?acants lots, pieces and parcels of land situated on both
?ides ef Battery place, from Washington to West street.
All persons whose interests are affected by the above named
assessments, and who are opposed to the same, or either of
them, are requested to present their objections, in writing,
to the undersigned, at their offieo, No. 4 Hall of Records,
within thirty days from the date of this aotiee.
WILLIAM GAME, )
CHARLES J. DODGE, > Assessors.
CHARLES McNIELl* S
Office, Bureau of Assessments, Street Department, March
10. 1864.
/CORPORATION NOTICE.? PUBLIC NOTICE IS
V./ hereby given, to the owner or owners, occupant or oocu
pant* of all honses and lots, iinprovod or unimproved lands,
affected thereby, that the following aueaiment* have been
completed by tbo Ansosaor*, and are lodged in the office of
tkt Bureau of Assessment* for examination by all persons
Interested, vis.:? For regulating and paving Thirty fifth
?trcet, between First and Third avenue*. The limit* em
braced by such assessment include aU?tbe several houses
and lot* of ground, vaoant lots, piece* and paroels of land,
situated on on both sides Thirty fifth street, betwoen First
h4 Third avenue*. All person* who interest* are affected
tv the above named assessments, and who are opposed to
tie same, or either of them, are requested to present their
abjections, in writing, to the undersigned, at their otto*.
No. 4 Ball of Records, within thirty days from the data of
Ikl* notice. WILLIAM GAGE, >
CHARLES J. DODGE, > Assessor*.
CHARLES MoNIELL. }
Office, Bureau of A**e**menta, Street Department, March
10, 1M4.
CORPORATION NOTICE.? PUBLIC NOTICE IS
hereby given, that petition* have been presented in the
Board of rfmncilmen for the construction of *ewer* in the
tbo following named itreeti, to wit: Fifteenth street, be
tween Seventh and Eighth avenues; Forty-ievonth street,
between Eichth and Ninth avenue*; Hamersley street, from
Houston street to Hudson river. All person* interested in
(ho above, and haviog objections thereto, are requested to
present the same, in writing, to the Contract Cleric, at thii
?Sea, on or before Wednesday, March 22, 1854.
ELIAS L. SMITH, )
THEO. R. DE FOREST, > Croton Aqueduct Board.
A. W. CRAVEN, )
New York, March 11, 1834
CROTON AQUEDUCT DEPARTMENT, MARCH S. 1854.
INblio notice is hereby given, that by an act of tha
Legislature passed at the special session, July 30, IMS, an
additional charge of ten per cent Is added on the first day of
April next on all unpaid water rent*, making, with the
aharge* previously added bv taw, twenty-five per eent on
?**k amount unpaid, and that if the said rent*, including
said charge*, are not paid before the first day of May next
???wing, tbo property on which said rent remains unpaid
will be returned to tha Clerk of Arrears, pursuant to the
?rovifion* of the act above mentioned.
ELIAS L. SMITH, President.
CEOTON AQUEDUCT DEPARTMENT? TO CON
tractor* ? Sealed propoials, endorsed "proposals tar
?ewer in Hester street," will he received at the office of tne
* ? the 20th day
the bids will
receiving
?ewer in neater urai, u? ?
Croton Aqueduct Department, until Monday, the
af March,18ft4, at 12o'clu^k, M.. at which hour the
be opened, to build a sewer, with the necessary
basins and culverts, in Hester street, from the sewer at
El (fridge street to the easterly aide of Forsyth street, being
fa length about 220 feet. The plan of the work may be seen,
?ad specifications obtained, on application at tht* office.
ELIAS L. SMITH, >
THEO. R. DE FOREST, J Croton Aqueduct
A. W. CRAVEN, S
JTaw York, March 7, 1844.
C~ ROTOM AQUEDUCT DEPARTMENT.? TO CONTRAC
torc.? ."caled proposals, endoreed " Proposals for sower
in Mercer street," will be received at the office of the Croton
Aqueduct Department, until Monday, the 20th day of Marub,
MM. at 12o'e(oek M., at whioh hour the bid* will he openod,
to build a sewer, with the neocssary receiving basins and cut
TCrte, In Mercer street, from the sewer in Prince stroet to a
point about 90 feet jonth of Houston street, being In length
abaut 427 feet. The plan of the work may be seen, and spc
cttoatioa* obtained, on application at thl* office.
ELIAS L. SMITH, 1 Croton
THEO. R. DF. FOREST, > Anne-Hot
A.W.CRAVEN, Board.
Haw York, March 7, 18A4.
CROTON AQUEDUCT DEPARTMENT ?TO CON
tractors.? Sealed proposal*, endorsed " Proposal for
Sewer In North Moore street," will be received at ihe oifl-e
of the Croton Aqueduct Department until Monday, tin 20th
day of March, 18.14. at 12 o'clock, M., at which honr tho ! ids
Will be opened, to hulld a sewer, with the necessary rocelr
lag basins and eulverts, in North Moore street, from the
Hudson river to a point about twenty feet west of Hudson
?tract, being in length abont nine hundred and tw Mity nine
fact. Tha plan of the work may be seen, and specification*
obtained, on application at this office.
RLIAS L. SMITH. ) Croton
THEO. R. DE FOREST, > Aqueduct
_ A. W. CRAVEN, > BoarJ.
?#W York, March 8, 1M4.
HtoTON AQUEDUCT DEPARTMENT. -TO CONTRA |
\J tars. ? Sealed propoials, endorsed "Proposal for s?w?r
la the Bowery," will lie r-ceived at tha offioo of the Croton
Aqueduct Department nutil Monday, the 20th d&y of
March, li ?4. at 12 o'clock, M , at which hour the bids will ha
??ened, to bnild a sewer, with the neoesiary receiving basins
and culverts, in the Bowery, from the sower in Grand street,
to a point al out twenty-fivo feot northerly from Walker
?treat. being in length abont feet. The plan of the work
mmy be seen, and specifications obtained, on application at
Mi* office. ELIAS L. SMITH, lr,?
THEO K. I)E FO&E3T, > 5m? i?55J"
A. W. CRAVEN, > d0<,t B?u<1
Haw York, March 9, 1834.
CROTON AQUEDUCT DEPARTMENT.? TO CON
traetor*.? Scaled tiropoial*, endorsed "Proposed for
newer in Thirtvthird street." will be received at the office of
the Croton AiAeduct Department until Monday, the 20th
day of March, 18M, at 12 o clack M., at which hour tho bid*
Will be opeued, to build a sewer, with the ncccssarv receiving
basins and culverts, in Thlrtv third street, from the sower in
Third avenue, to a point about forty feet easterly from Lex
ington avenue. being In length about 44ft feet. Tho plan of
the work may be seen, and specification* obtained, on appli
cation at thl* office.
THE*? R UeVo^IST, ?truo?dAf,,,*llnC*
A. W. CRAVEN, \ UoMl''
New York, March 10, iwt. _
CROTON AQUEDUCT DEPARTMENT? TO CON
tractor*. ? Sealed proposals, endorsed "Proposals for
Sewer In llayard street, ' will he received at the office of tho
Croton Aqueduct Department until Monday, the 27th day of
March. I8M. at 12 M.. at which hour the hid* will he opened,
to build a sewer, with tho neceaaary receiving baaln* ana
?uhrerte. In Rayard street, from the aewer in the Bowery to
a point ahout tilty feet westerly from Chrystle street, being
in length abont 278 feet. The plan of the work may he icon,
and specifications obtained, on application at this office.
. ELIAS L. SMITH, i
' Til EO K DF. FOREST, > Croton Aqnednct Board.
A. W CRAVEN, >
New York, March II, 1864.
STREET DEPARTMENT, NO. 4 HALL OK RECORDS
flealed proposals will be received at thl* office until
ursday, 16th day of March Inst.,- at llWVelnok. P. M., for
cmeavating the slip between plerc 4 and Saast river. Sneel
?catioas to he had on application to tha Contrict Clerk of
"JUS
CORPORATION HOTICB9.
STREET DEPARTMENT, HO~. 4 HALL OF RECORDS?
Pullie notice In hereby given that the following rosolu
lions have been preaentea in tho Board of Con noil men :--To
flax four feet of walks of Third ateaue, between Fortieth
and Fifty first street. To fence *a?ant loti ioiiUi ?i le
Second avenue, between Thirty sixth and Thirty-*eventh
?treeti. To f>( walk* of Thlrty-seoond street, between
Eighth and Ninth avenues, where not now done, and .relay
Sagging where necessary. To repair th* erosswalka in
ChVnker. atreet, between Chatham .tree t and Broadway.
To widen Chnrch street to 100 feet, and extend it through
Trinity place to Greenwich street. To flag four feot of walk
north siae of Breome street, between Tompkins and Ea^t
streets- also west aide of last atreet, between Grand and
Broome and Delaney streets, where not now done. To tag
aast side of Seventh avenue, between Thirtieth and Thirty
fifth streets, where no* now flagged, and relay flagging
where necessary. All persons interested having objections
thereto, are requested to present them to the undersigned,
at his office, on er before tne 9th day of March next.
Feb. 28. 1664. J AS. FUREY, Street Commissioner.
STBEET DEPARTMENT? NO. 4 HALL OF RECORDS.
? Publio notice is hereby given that the following peti
tion* have been presented in tne Board of Connoilmen :? 1 To
flag sonth sidewalk of Twelfth street, between avenue C and
Dry Dook street. To widen Cliff street, between Beekman
ana Ferry streets. All persons interested, having objections
thereto, are requested to present them in writing to the un
dersigned, at his office, on or hefore the 17Mi day of March,
last. J A8. FUREY, Street Commissioner.
March 8, IBM.
STREET DEPARTMENT, NO. 4 HALL OF RECORDS.?
Public notice is hereby given that the following peti
tions have been presented to the Board of Connoilmen:? To
flag walks in front of vaoant lots in Twenty-third street, be
tween Seventh and Eighth avenues: to flag four feet of west
side of Ninth avenue, between Thirty-flrat and Thirtyse*
eond streets; to set curb, and gutter and regulate Thirty
second street, between seoond and Third avenues. All per
sons interested are requested to preaunt them, in writing, to
the underaigned, at hla otBce, on or before the IStli day of
March instant. JAS. FUREY, Street Commissioner.
March 8, 1884.
STREET DEPARTMENT NO. 4 HALL OF RECORD&
Publie notice ia hereby given that the following reaulu
tiens have been presentecl in th" Bo&rl of Councilmen:? To
flag the north slue of Broome street, between Attorney and
Ridge streets, where not alreatl y done. To regrade and tlag
the sidewalks, and set curb anJ gutter in Attorney atreet,
from No. 39 around the corner of Broome street to the south
east corner of Clinton street, and from thence to No. 146
Clinton street. All persons interested having objections
thereto, are requested to present them, in writing, to the un
dersigned, at his office, on or beforo the 16th day of March,
Inst. JAS. FUREY, Street Commissioner.
March 6, 1864.
STREET DEPARTMENT, NO. 4 HALL OF RECORDS.?
Public notice is hereby given that tho following resolu
tions have been presented in the Board of Councilman :?
To extend Sixth avenue to Canal street, at or near Went
Broadway. To extend Crosby stroet, from Howard to Canal
street. To repair north and south crosswalks corner of ave
nue D and Ninth street. To flag sidewalk in West atreet,
between Canal and Watts street. To flag and reflag whero
noeessary the walks in front of vacant lot on tho southwest
corner ' Second avenue and Sixth street. To flag walks of
Thirty at street, between Seventh aud Eighth avenues
where not now done, and relay tho flags where necessary.
To let curb and guttor and flag walks corner of Bowery and
First street; also reflag walks in front of S3 and 38? stau
ton street. To flag walk on the southwest corner ot Fifth
ttreet and avenno A. To flag fonr fact of walk of South
street, between Gonverneur and Jackson Btreets. That the
aide and croaBwalks on the wejt side of Sixth avenue, be
tween Twenty-ninth and Thirty-fourth streets, and west
side of Broadway, between Thirty-fourth and Thirty-flfth
streets, and ?outn side of Thirty-fifth atreet, between Broad
way and Seventh avenue be flagned, and present flagging
relaid where necesaary. All peraons intereated having ob
jections thereto are requested to present them, in writing,
to the undersigned, at his office, on or bofore the 20th day of
March, instant. JAMES FUREY, Street Commissioner.
March 11, 1864.
STREET DEPARTMENT, NO. 4 HALL OF RECORDS ?
Sealed proposals will be received at this office until
Monday, March 20, 1854. to regulate, regrade and reset curb
and gutter- stone in Third avenue, from Forty-fourth to
Sixty -first street. Specifications to ho had on application to
the Contract Clerk of this Department.
JAMES FUREY, Street Commissioner.
March 11, 1804.
PRINTING IKK.
PRINTING INK.? JOHN 0. LIGHTBODY IS CON
stantly manufacturing, and has always on hand, overy
description of printing ink, from the finest Dlaok and colored
to news ink, which ho warrants equal to any ovor manufac
tured, and at as low prices as can be sold by any regu
lar manufacturer. Orders forwarded, by steamboat or rail
road, to any part of the country, by addressing a note to me
at No. 38 Rose street.
N. B. ? This paper is printed with my new* ink; also a
great many other newspapers in this city, Philadelphia,
Boston, Baltimore, New Orleans, and other cities and towns
in the United States.
HOMESTEADS.
47 ? nnn WORTH OF FARMS AND BUILDING
I tl.UUU lota.? The village of Kosevale, where these
lots are located, i* only a short dlstanoe south of the cole
brated Lake Ronkonkoma, the beauty and romantio appear
ance of which are the delight and praise of all who visit it.
They front the Long Island Railroad on the seuth, and ad
join the farms on the north, which are laid out to the lake,
and are now selling at from $100 to >200 per aere, to gentle
men for country seats. The value of these building lots, laid
out on streets and avenues between the railroad aud tho
lake, will in a short time increase to ten times their present
frioe; securing to the present purchasers an unsurpassed,
eautiful, and healthy homestead, with such an increased
value as cannot but satisfy every one that no investment
can be better made than a purohase of one or more of these
lots at the present priee. 600 shares will be divided among
the shareholders on the 31st of Maroh, 1864. $1.1 will got a
share, giving four building lots, or a farm of from 2 to 20
acres. Apply immediately to CHAS.WOOD, 208 Broadway,
where maps and pamphlets can be had "gratis.
HOTELS.
COOPER HOUSE, BROADWAY, NEAR BROADWAY
Theatre? Centrally situated on the great thoroughfare,
and convenient to Wall street and the various place* of
amusement. Tidy femalo waiter* are employed, a* at th*
Clarendon and other first class hotels. Board two dollar*
per day : dinner at three and four o'clock.
ALBERT J. PEASE A BROTHER, Proprietor*.
JUDBON'S HOTEL, 61 BROADWAY? BY J. A. P. O'
ORADY, successors to Curtis Judson. ? This well
known and popular house will be eonduotcd by it* pre*ent
proprietors, as formerly, on the European plan. Meals
served at all hour*, from 7 A.M. till 11 P.M. Order* for
frivat* dinner or supper parties will be promptly attended
> by the parties leaving word at the office. Due attention
will se paid to the patrons of the house by the proprietor in
person. The brother* hop* by unmitigated attention to it
**rv* a share of public faver.
N
EW HOTEL.? CAPTAIN HOLDREDGE HAS JUST
_ . opened a new hotel on the European plan, on the cor.mr
of Broadway and Eighth street. The hou*e is well arranged,
and the location i* desirable, and the rooms are all nsatly
and comfortably (and some of them beautifully.) furnished.
They are obtainable In suits for families, or singly for indi
vldnal*. Captain Holdredge has had an experienoe of many
years in the business, in which he has commanded populari
ty and *ucc??*.? {Journal of Commerce. Single rooms, from
$1 SO to $8 per week; suits, from $1 to $A0.
TO PASSENGERS FOR CUBA.? THE REVERE HOUSE
is the largest, most airy and commodious house in Ha
vana, pleasantly situated in tho immediate vi> laity of the
Captain General's and Intcndente's palaoes, the cathedral,
sepulchre of Colnmbus, Pia-.xa de Armas, custom houce and
euay; also near the Alameda Paseo and Tacon theatres. A
clerk vieit* the steamers to facilitate the landing of passen
ger* and baggage. MRS. RAYMOND, Proprietress.
CHINA AMD GLASS WARE, <fcC.
OPEN I NO DAY.? W. J. V. DAILEY A CO., IKPOR
ten and decorators of French china, dealers in Frenoh
aad English gal fixtures, bronge clocks, statuettes, Ac.. Ac.,
having taken the two splendid marble-fronted stores, No*.
CHI and 633 Broadway, will open them (in Monday, March
18tb, with a newetock of the above mentioned goods, select
ed by their agents in Knrope during tho past aix months, and
alfo of their own manufacture. They feel aafe in the aaaer
' tie n that they will exhibit to the New York pnblic a more
attractive variety of goods in their line than has ever been
offered in this city. The proprietors hare perfected the
meat extensive and complete aaraagements for earning on
every branch of their business, which embraces the following
leamng beada. Each department will be nnder the su
pervision of the moat competent salesman:? French china,
including every style of plain white or deoorated, from the
cheapest to the moat expensive styles made. Oas fixtures ?
Messrs. D. k Co. have secured the agencies for the sale of
the leading French and English manufactures of this article,
I and will always receive in time to exhibit, simultaneously
wltti ths foreign dealer!, the newest and most desirable pat
terns. It will be their aim to render sueh despatch in the
execution of erders intrusted to them in this branch, as will
aa in all others, as will give entire satisfaction to their
patrons. Rich cut table glass ? to this department they will
give the most particnlar attention, and respectfully request
aa inapeetion of thia elaas of goods, all of their own manu
facture. Decorating porcelain ? Messrs. D. A Co. invito
especial examinatioa of their work in this department of art.
They are, by recent improvements, unknown to others in the
business, eaabled to execute orders with much neater des
patch than is repaired under the former system. Their
painting galleries are ia the upper stories of their buildings
la I'readwa*. and persons desirous of seeinztho procesa can
do so at all hoars of the day. Oa* fitting? They are prvpar
ed to put gas pipes in dwellings, atorea, church**, Ac., Ac.,
1a the best manner and on the ahorteat notice. S. B.? On
Monday, March 19, Measrs. D. A Co. will offer at private
sale, aad at a great reduction on former prioes, the entire
amount of their share of the goods taken by them in division,
being oae-balf of tbe stuck of the late Arm of Haughwont A
Dailey, resisting of wlilto and gilded ehiaa tea, dessert and
dinner sets, gas fixtures, Ac.. Ac. These ?;ood* will So
arranged snd ready for salu at 10 o'clock, A. M., Muruh
and ? ill be fold at extr"mely low figures. In order t j mike
{ room fer fresh Importations, conatanly arriving.
SHIPPING.
FOR HAVANA AND KEY WEST.? UNITED STATES
mall steamship ISABEL, IVm. Kollins, Coinnauder.
This splendid fea steamship leaves t'harle'tm, S. C., for
Havana, via Key West, on Ut and l/>tb, and Havana on th>
tth and ICJd of each month. Apply to
MORDEAl A CO., 110 East B?y. Char! is ton. 3. C.
SMARTINDALE A CO'S. BED CROSS LIVE ? V
? packets ? Sailing every three days from Liverpool t ?
New York, New Orlcnns, Charleston, Baltimore, i'lilladel
piila. BMtoa ami (,'m 1 <?< A/ents have been appointed at
each of these ports; al*o other agents In the principal towns
and eltiea throughout the Union, in order to fa< illlulo the
cartful traiifmlfslon of passengers and baggage to their final
destination. Drafts drawn at tight, from one pound ster
ling upwards, on Env'and, Scotland, and the It >v.il Bank of
Ireland. N. B ? If through any unforeseen circumstance*,
partiea may not have sent drafts forwarded to their frlcnda,
on presenting same at tho ofli e of J. O'SHEE, Jfil Burling
slip, ?orner of South street, New York, they shall be at
once handed back their money.
For savannah and Florida? united states
Mall line.? The new aad splendid stoamshln AUGUSTA,
Thomas Lyon, will leave on Saturday, March 11, at 4 o'clock
P. M., from pier No 4 North river. Apply to
SAMUIL L. MITCH I I.L, 1.1 Broadway.
Th* Knoxrillo. Chn.i. D. Ludlow, will loaru on Wednesday,
Mar' h 15. Through ticket* from New York to Jacksonville,
*31; Pllatka, $33.
FOR CHARLESTON AND FLORIDA.? SEMI WEEKLY
U. 8. Mall Un*. ? fh* new and fast going steamship
JAME8 A DOER. J. Dickinson, commander, will ieav* plor
No. 4 North river, on Satarday, March II, at 4 o'clock. P.
M.. precisely. For frvif^it apply on board, where all Mils of
lading will be signed. and for paasage at th* ofllc* of SPOf -
FORD, TILESTON A CO., 30 Broadway. Throagh tioltet*
to Florida aa follows ?To Jacksonville, 31; to PlTatko, $33.
FH OR VIRGINIA, CAROLINA, OEOROIA, AC? THE
Unite! Mates mail ateamabip JAMESTOWN, Can*.
Cavendy, will lea** pier IS North river, oa Satnrdav. Maroh
11, at 4 o tlock P. M., for Norfolk, Peteraburg and Rlobmond.
Ttm* to Norfolk about twenty-four hours. Passengers ar
riving there ean take ths Seaboard and Roapok*, and Wil
mington and Manchester railroads to Augusta, Atalanta,
Charleatoa, Ae. Passu* and far* to Norfolk, to Peters
burg and Richmond, f 10, steerage half pric*. for freight,
FOR SALE-SCHOONER FARMER, FIVR YEARS OLD,
la good order, and well fflVnd: draw* ?lx f**t water,
and will carry eight* fords pine *o*H, liiqu.M of GEO. 0.
MITCHELL, 30 CoeaWei slip, up stain.
T/OR8ALE? TWO CANAL BOATS, SO TONS EACH,
J nearly new. Inquire of J. BLACK WELL Ronth ferry
Brooklyn wtjie its logt| /anj- ?? ft**. boat* ia good
I ?HS|i I
mrppnvo.
TJIOR LIVERPOOL. -Tn* ROYAL MAIL ST1AMSHIP
f ANDES will Mil from Bolton for Liverpool, touching at
Halifax, in place of th? Niagara, with the mail j and passen
gers fur Europe, on Wednesday, the 15th instant. Prieo of
passage, $S0, fur first cabin patenter* only. For freight ot
passage, apply to E. CUNARP, No. 4 Bowling Useoa.
FOR LIVERPOOL.? UNITED STATES MAIL STEAM
sbip ARCTIC, Capt. I.noe, commander. Thi? tUaa
ship will depart, with th? United States mails for Enrope,
Csitively on Saturday, March IB, at 12 o'elook, M., from bar
rth at tho foot of Canal street. For freight or passage,
haying unequalled accommodations for eleganoe and oom
fort, apply to EDWARD K. COLLINS, M Wall street.
Passengers are requested to be on board at 11^ o'elook.
A.M. The steamship Paoifie will succeed the Arctio, and
sail April lit.
The nbw york and Liverpool united states
Mail Steamers.? The ships composing this line are the?
ATLANTIC Captain West.
PACIFIC, Captain Nye.
ARCTIC Captain Luce.
BALTIC .Captain Comstock.
ADRIATIC - Captain
These ships hare been built by contract, expressly for gov
ernment service; every care has been taken in tSuir con
struction, as in tho engines, to ensnro strength and speed,
snd their accommodations for passengers are unequalled for
elegance and comfort.
Price of passage from New York to Liverpool in first cabin,
$120; exclusive nse ef extra-sised staterooms, $300; in second
cabin, 70; from Liverpool to New York, ?30 ?nd ?30.
An experienced surgeon attached to each ship.
No berth can be secured nntil paid for.
PROPOSED DATXI or SA1LIWO.
From New York. From Liverpool.
Saturday, March 18 18M Wednesday, Uaroh22. . . 18M
Saturday, April 1 lc.H Wednesday, April 5. ..ISM
Saturday, April IS ISM Wednesday, April 19. .. 1KM
Saturday. April 2it ISM Wednesday, May 3...18M^
Saturday, May 13 ISM Wednosday, May 17...1SM1
Saturday, May 27 ISM Wednesday, May 31...18M1
Saturday. Jnne 10 lsM Wednesday, June 14...1SM
Saturday, June 24 ISM Wednesday, Jnne 23... ISM
Saturday, July 8 18M Wednesday, July 12... ISM
Saturday, July 22 18M Wednesday, July 36... ISM
Saturday. Augnst 5 ISM Wednesday, Aug. 9. . . 18M
Saturday, Augusts ISM Wednesday, Aug. 23. ..ISM
Saturday, Sept. 2 18M Wednesday, Sept. 0...1SM
Saturday, Sept. 1< ISM Wednesday. Sept. 20...1KM
Saturday, Sept. 30 lfM Wednesday, Oct. 4...1HJ4
Saturday, Oet. 14 1S64 vMinesday, Oct. 18...18M
Saturday, Oct. 2S ISM Wednesday, Nov. l...ISi4
Saturday, Nov. II ISM Wednesday, Nov. 15... ISM
Saturday, Nov. 25 ISM Wednesday, Nov. 29...1HM
Satnruay. Deo. 9 ISM Wednosday, Dec. 13...1.H.M
Saturday, Dec. 23 ISM Wednesday, Dec. 27... ISM
For freight or passage, apply to
EDW'D K. COLLINS .( CO., .16 Wall street, N. T.
BROWN, SHIPLEY k CO., Liverpool.
STEPHEN KENNAItD A CO., 27 Austin Friars, London.
JOHN MUNROE A CO.,
28 Rue Notre Dame des Victories, Paris.
GEO. H. DRAPER, Havre.
The owners of these ships will not be accountable for gold,
silver, bullion, specie, Jewelry, precious atones or metals,
unless bills of lading are signed therefor, and the value
ttereof therein exprtcsed.
THE BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN ROYAL
MAIL 8TEAMSHIP8.
r?OM IV I W YORK TO LIVERPOOL.
Chief cabin passage. .$120
Second cabin passu go 70
PROM 1IOSTON to Liverpool.
Chief cabin rassnge $100
Second cabin parage 55
The ships from Boston call at Halifax.
ARABIA, Capt. Judkius, AMERICA, Capt. Lang,
PERSIA, Capt. Rvrle, EUROPA, Capt. Shannon,
ASIA, Capt. E. G.Lott, CANADA, Capt. Stone,
AFRICA, Capt. Harrison, NIAOARA, Capt. Leltoh,
These vessel* carry a dear white light at mast hoad, green
on starboard bow, red on port bow.
Europe, Shannon, from Now York. .. Wednesday, March 8
Niagara, Lang, from Boston Wednesday, Marsh 15
Asia, E. O. Lott, from New York Wednesday, March 22
Berths not sccnred until paid for.
An experienced surgeon on board.
The owners of these ships will not be accountable for gold,
silver, bullion, specie, jewelry, precious stones, or metals,
unless bills of lading are signed therefor and tho valno there
of therein expressed.
For freight or passage apply to
E. CUNARP, No. 4. Bowling Greon.
FOR SOUTHAMPTON AND HAVRE.? THE UNITED
Statesman steamship NASHVILLB, M. Berry, oom
man dor, will leave for Havro, touching at Southampton to
land the mails and passenger.-), on Tuesday, March 14, at 12
o'clock, from pier No. 4 North river. Price of passage? First
cabin, 9120; sooond cabin, $70. Lngjage not wanted during
the voyage should be sent on board the day before (ailing,
marked 'Tielow." For freight or passage apply to
MORTIMER LIVINGSTON, 53 Broadway.
THE LIVERPOOL AND PHILADELPHIA STEAM
ship Company ? Notice.? The CITY OF MANCHESTER
will sail from Philadelphia for Liverpool, on Tuesday, 28th
Febrnary, ISM, Instead of Thursday, 2d March, ai pre
viously advertised.
FROM PHILADELPHIA. 18M.
City of Manchester Tuesday,, ..Feb. 23.
City of Glasgow Saturday,. .Mar. 26.
City of Manchester Saturday. .April 15.
City of Glasgow Saturday. .May 13.
City of Manchester Saturday. .June 3.
City of Philadelphia Abont. . . . Juno 17.
PROM LIVERPOOL.
City of Manchester ..Wednesday, Feb. 1.
City of Glasgow. Wednesday, Mar. 1.
City of Manchester Wednesday, Map. 22.
City ?f Glasgow ..Wednesday, April 19.
City of Manchester Wednosday, May 10.
City of Philadelphia About May 24.
SAMUEL SMITH, Agent, 42 Walnnt street, Phil.
STEAM BETWEEN NSW YORK AND GLASGOW.?
The Glasgow and New York Steamship Company's new
stnamers GLASGOW, (1,962 tons, 400 horse powor,) Robert
Craig, commander, and NEW YORK, (2,400 ton*, 900 horse
power.) will leave New York for Glasgow as nnder, vis. : ?
Saturday, March IS, at 12 o'olock M., and Wednesday, May
10, at 12 o'clock, M. First cabin saloon staterooms, $90; do.
midships do., $75; second oabin, #30: third clans, $25. Apply
to JOHN McaYMON. 33 Broadway.
PACKETS TO HAVRE? SECOND LINK.? THE FOL
lowing ships will leave Havro on the lGthandNew
Yerk on the lit of eaoh month
From New York. From Havro.
Ship ST. DENIS, 1 Jan. 1. Fob. 16.
I.roO tons burthen, > May I. Juno 1(1.
Alonxo Follansbee, matter. J Sept. 1. Oet. 16.
Ship ST. NICOLAS, ) Feb. 1. Mar. 16.
l.OCl) tons burthen, > Jnne 1. July 16.
John Brandon, master. J Oct. 1. Nor. 16.
New ship MERCURY, J Mar. I. Apr. 16.
1,400 tens burthen, > July 1. Ang. 16.
R. D. C?nn, muster. \ Nov. 1. Deo. 16.
Sl ip WILLIAM TELL, J Apr. 1. May 16.
(new) 1,200 tons bnrthen, > Ang. 1. Sept. 16.
Jstnes Funk, master. S Doc. 1. Jan., 16.
They sre 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 in this
trade. Tho pries oi passage >c oioo, wines or linnora
Goods sent to the subscribers will be forwaravu u
any charges but those actually incurred.
BOYD * niNCKEN, Agents, 151 Pearl street.
US. MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY? FOR NEW
? Orleans, via Havana, on Monday, March 1.1? The well
known and favorite steamship EMPIRE CITY, Captain H.
Wlndle. ? This steamer has been thoroughly overhauled, aud
is fitted with new boilers, new cabins, ana new furniture,
and is now in every respect in the most complete order; she
will sail on 13th March, at 2 P. M., from Warren street pier.
Rates orpasintge to Havana and New Orleans:?
Stateroom berth $<v>
Standee berth 50
Steerage berth and fonnd 25
Passage can now be secured at the Company's office.
Freight to New Orleans, 10 cents per cabio foot, will bo
received on the Pth Inst.
Specie only taken on freight to Havana.
Shippers will be supplied with blank bills of lading of tho
form issued by the Company on application at their office;
no other form is signed, ana no bills of lading will be signed
after the honr of sailing.
For freight or passage apply at the office of to* Company,
No. 177 West street, corner of WarreR street.
M. O. ROBERTS.
NEW YORK AND CALIFORNIA STEAMSHIP LINE,
vift Nicaragua ? The Accessory Transit Co. of Nioju-a
6o*, proprietors? Through In advanoe of the mail ? Only
ne giving through- tickets, including the Isthmus cro(slng.
? The new double cnirine "team ship STAR OF THE WEST,
2,000 ton* bnrthen, will leave from pier No. 3 North rlrer,
at 3 o'clock P. M. precisely, for San Jnan del Norte, on Moa
day, March 20. connecting with the new and favorite ateam
ahfp Cortei, 2,000 ton* burthen, over the Nicaragua Transit
route, having bnt twelve miles of land tranaportation, by
tint elsas carriage!. These iteamer* *re unsurpassed in
their ventilation and accommodation*. For Information or
6 mage apply only to CHARLES MORGAN, Agent, No. 5
owllng Green.
US. MAIL LINE FOR CALIFORNIA, VIA ASPIN
? wall and Panama? Lowest price*, euperior steamer*.
Extension of the Panama Railroad. Arrangement* for the
*ale in this city of tickets for the transit of the Isthmus,
forming the most agreeable and safe route, through In ad
vanee of all other lines. Tim United State* Mail Steamahip
Company intend to despatch to Aspinwall on Monday,
March 20, at 2 o'clock P. M., from pier foot of Warren street,
the fast sailing steamship GEORGE LAW, Capt. J.
McGowan, to connect at Panama with the Pacific Mail
Steamship Company'* steamer JOHN L. STEPHENS, Capt.
Piersnn. The extension of the railroad makes the passage
across the Isthmus practicable in on* day, a consideration
that will indnco all whe value their health and comfort to
?elect this ronte. Mr. Ilinckley, (late forwarder for Adam*
A Co., on the Isthmus,) has perfected his arrangements for
the transit of passenger* ana their baggage from Aipinwall
to Panama. Tickets can be obtained for the transit from
J. W. Carrington, at Adam* A Co.'s, 6 9 Broadway, or at 177
West street. The accommodations for passenger* of all
clasaes arc nnsnrpassed, and particular attention is paid to
the clennlines* of the steerage. For freight or passage ap
ply at the office of the companies, 177 West street, to
v _ C. A. WHITNEY.
VTEW TORE AND ALABAMA STEAMSniP COMPA
1\ t>v ? For Mobile, stopping at Hnvana. ? The steamship
lU.AC'K WARKiOR. Capt. J. D. Bullock, will sail for the
above iv rt on Thursday, March 9, at 12 o'clock precisely,
from pier foot of Harrison street, North River,. Passage #fv>.
Freight taken for New Orleans. Good* consigned to L. Mead
A Co., Mobile, will lie forwarded free of commission. Com
pany's printed rate* of freight and bills of lading can be had
on application at the office. No freight taken to Havana
bnt eperie. No freight received on sailing day*. Ship
Brs will please send in their bills of lading to be signed on
e evening previous to the day of (ailing. Parcel* reoelvod
at the office only. Paisengers from Havaaa moat procure
passpi'rts before leaving port.
LIVINGSTON, CROCUERON A CO., 51 Broadway.
PARE REDUCED ? INDEPENDENT LINE FOR SAN
Francisco ? The NORTH STAR, to leavo on the 9th of
April, to connect with the YANKEK BLADE. The books fur
these two ocean palaces are now open. Passages en^aftod
before the 20th March, will be (old at the following rates
Cabin, (ISO; steerage, 73. Apply to
JAMES M. CROSS. 6 llattery placo, np (tain.
Australia pionee* line of monthly pace
eta, carrying the United State* Mail.? The Amerioan
clipper shin NIGHTINGALE, 1,066 tons register, will be
despatched early in April for Melho ir- ?, as sixtwnth ahlp
of this line. The Nightingale was builtror exhibition at the
World s Convention In London-, *b? is one of the sharpest
and fastest sailing ship* afloat, and her saloon cabin is not
surpassed in point of comfort and elegance, having been
built at aa immense cost. Passengers and shippers who will
pay the rate* eharged by the Great Britain, from Liverpool,
will be guaranteed ae to passage. Plan* of the cabins and
rates will be forwarded by mail to Intending passengers For
freight or passage apply to
R. W. CAMERON, 116 Wall street^
STEAM tO AUSTRALIA. ? THE GREAT BRITATV
B K Mathews, commander, having Just accomplished
the voyage out in sixty Ave day*, with unfavorable winds.
Will be again despatched from Liverpool for Melbourne, Port
Philip, and Sfdniy. early In March, when it is confidently
ex nected she will "make her passage under aUty days. For
fr? lelit or pasrage, apply to GIBBS, BRIGHT A CO., Liver
pool, or la New York to RICHARD 1RVIN A CO., 08 Front
street.
FOR SAVANNAH? FARE REDUCED.? THE NEW
and splendid aide wheel steamship STATE OF GEORGIA,
Captain J. J. Carvin, Jr., carrying the United States mail,
will leave Philadelphia for 8avaana|i on Wednesday, March
13, at 10 o'clock A. M., from the wharf above Pine street.
In speed and (trength, and every arrangement for the oom
fort aad convenience of passengers, this ship 1* nnsnrpassod.
Far* from Philadelphia. tSO; steerage, IS. The RE V8TON F,
STATE leave* a* above the following Wednesday, Agent*
in Philadelphia, HERON A MARTIN, No. Worth
Wharvee; la Savannah, 0. A. L. LAMAR.
AI1V SLOOP. CARRYINO ABOUT SIXTY FIVE
)tj| f will be sold cheap, or chartered, or let to (ail 01
? no *>*???<,
BOARDING AHD LODGEtO.
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14Q EIGHTH STREET, OPPOSITE TIIR ML D
ItO Opera House.? Two room* to l?t, with .i*r ljA a
fir! t class Lobmv, suitahio for gentlemen. Dine at 8ve.^*
11 C 1_9 GRAND STREET. THREE DOORS WEST
11U 1 A of Hroadway. A gentleman an 1 his wife
can be accommodated with a handsomely furnished room
and board; also. a few gentlemen with aingfe bed* and board,
or a room for a party of four. Day boarders also received.
ATOUNO LADY, ACCUSTOMED TO TUITION. IS
anxious to procure board in a family where instruction*
in mu*io would bo received as an equivalents llefcreuce*
exchanged. Addres* Delta, Herald office.
A LARGE ROOK, NEATLY FURNISHED. SUITABLE
for a gentleman and wife, or two single gentlemen, oau
be bad, with board, by applying at No. 2 Leroy place,
Bleeeker street. Dinner at ti oelook. Cold aad warm water
la the room.
A SPLENDIDLY FURNISHED ROOM TO LET, TOSIN
-XV gle gentlemen, in a private houno, where ail the comfort
of u home will be given. Apply at i? Prlnco street, a low
doors west of Broadway.
Board? a gentleman desires board for
his wife and child in a private family, or whero there
are few boarders. Location west of Broadway and below
Canal street. Address A. C., Herald office.
Board wanted-by two ladies ; a parlor
and two bedrooms. Address Ben, itating term*.
Broadway Poit Office.
Board wanted? in a private family, for a
gentleman and his wifo, whero thero are no other board
er*. Location between Market and Jefferson (trcets, and
not farther up town than Walker street. Address C. U. G.,
Herald office.
Board wanted-for a girl, 10 years of age,
in a genteel private family, residing in this oity. whore
her education, manners, and morals, would be carefully at
tended to. Address E. M. F., Herald office, stating location
and term*, which must be moderate.
Board wanted - in Brooklyn, in a respec
table private family, (a widow preferred,) by a lady who
la willing to pay a reasonable price fo a pleasant homo.
Address M. E. IT, Brooklyn Post Office.
Board wanted near the city? staten
Island preferred ? from abont 1st May, for a gentleman
and wife and child. If suited wonld very likely remain till
fall. A good room will be roiinlred. It must be convenient
either to the ?t^amboat landing or railroad depot. Address
Exodus, Herald office, stating looatiion, terms and refer
ence.
Board wanted in Brooklyn? about mid
way between Fulton and South ferries, by a lady
and tlirse tons, the Utter doing business in tho city. Two
rooms on one floor wonld be preferred. Immediate attention
ia desired. Terms moderate. Address F. 8. H., box 3,173
New York Post Offlco.
Boarding.? single gentlemen wishing par
tlal or fall board can be accommodated with pleasant
rooms at 1161 Third avenue.
Boarding.- a lady, having a fine house,
in a rood location, within a fow minute* walk nr Broad
way, went side, is dexirous of letting rooms, furnished or un
furnished, to a gentleman and ladv. (board (or vho lady
inly.) Address M. C., Broadway Posi Oilier
Boarding? an elegant suit of rooms to let *
with fnll board, to a gentleman and wife, on the soooncl
floor, front, splendidly furniahed. Tho house is strictly tirst
class in the fullest sense. Nono hut parties of tho llrst re
spectability need apply. No ohildren or servants taken.
Alio, a few good rooms for single gentleman. Call at 43
West Twenty second street. Reference exchanged.
Boarding -a gentleman and his wife can
be acoommndatod with a suit of rooms on tho seeond
floor, with all the modern improvements, at SB West Twenty
second street, between Fifth and Sixth avenue*.
BOARDINO.-TO LET, WITH FULL OR PARTIAL
board, room* on tho first floor, handsomely furuished,
lighted with gas. Also, rooms from tho 1st of May. No
nurses or young children taken. Apply at No. 4 Ablngdou
square, we*t tide.
BOARDING.-A HANDSOMELY FURNISHED PAR
lor and bedroom, on the seeond floor, will be let, with
board, to a gentleman and wife, without children, in a lint
class house. No. 37 Ninth streot, near Fifth avenue.
Boarding at G24 broadway.-a gentleman
and lady can be accommodated with desirable front
rooms and board. Room on the seoond floor.
Boarding at i-w waverley place.-a gentle
tnan and his wife can obtain a very pleasant and desira
blo roam, furnished or unfurnished; two or three single
gentlemen can also be genteelly accommodated. Baths,
gas, Ac., In the house.
COUNTRY BOARD WANTED? FOR A GENTLEMAN
and hiB wifo, from tho lit of May, at some place conve
nient to the city, either on tho Hudson or East rivers. Ad
dress W. H., box 1,013 Post Office.
COUNTRY BOARD? MRS. KEMBLE, OF 45 EAST NINE
teentli street, would respectfully inform her friends Hi
the public generally that, in addition to her pro sent establitth
mont in tlid city, so well known as the Koinlle Houso, ?ho
has also leased the extensive and beautiful promises la
Bloomingdale, called t ho Hanxlon House. This rosidenco is
delightfully situated on the banks of the Hudson, within
forty minutes ride of the City Hall. The grounds aro large
and ornamented with shade trees, with oonvenlenoet for
bathing and fishing. For families wishing to obtain a com
fortable home during tho warm season, the Mansion House,
from its salubrious location, possescs unrivalled advantagos.
For terms apply at tho Ivemblo House, No. 43 East Nine
teenth street, or on the premises.
Furnished rooms? a small family, occu
pying a genteel threo story house, on a pleasant street,
and in a very desirable neighborhood South Brooklyn, four
minutes walk from Hamilton avenue ferry? wish to rent the
front and back rooms in the third story, and tho front room
in the second story, to gentlemen of respectability only.
Possession given on the first of April. The tarms are llxod
at per week for the third story rooms, and H4 <V) per wcclc
for the second story room. There is gas in the seeend story.
For nirtber particulars address U., box 2,111 Post Oflico.
Furnished rooms? two or three large
rooms to let, to singlo gentlemen, withont|hoard. Tho
house la pleasantly situated, and oonvonient for persons
doing business down town. Apply at No. 1 Stato strict,
corner of Whitehall street.
Furnished rooms to lit- to gentlemen
only, with breakfast and tea if required. Inquire at MO
Houston ftrei't, same block with the Metropolitan Hotel.
Good references givon and required.
GENTLEMEN AND THEIR WIVES, AND SINGLE
gentlemen, can bo aocommodated with boar! and pleu -
cant rooms. In u delightful location, whero cars mm contl
--?.Uv with II lady who has not been aectntomed to takin/
" *??<>?<? avenue, nest to the to?
Handsomely furnished rooms to lm with
or without board, to single gentlemen or gentlemen and
their wives, at 37 Howard street, near Bro&iw'i?!ncJl..a?S
and gas. Not to move 1st of May.
PARLOR TO LET.? A PARLOR, ON SECOND FLOOR
of house No 130 Canal street, will be lot to two gentle
men, with breakfast and tea if required. Inquire ai above.
Rooms to let.? rooms to let from the first
of May, with or without partial board, to single gentle
men, in a modern built house, on the line of Second Avenue
Railroad, below Twenty-third street. References exchanged.
For further information apply at 422 Broome street, after 0
o'clock 1'. M.
Rooms to let? to gentlemen, with or wiTn
out board, in a strictly private family. The rooms are
handsomely furnished; the houte has all the modern im
?rovemtnts, aud i* located near Broadway. Call at fill
lonston street.
Rooms to let-witii or without board, in a
private family. Apply at No. lfl Charles street, (War
re if place.)
Rooms ? a party of gentlemen, or a small
family. preferring the qniet of a private dwelling, in ?
very ccntrnl location, to a hotel, can have a hnndsomelyfur
nlshad suite of rooms, with or without partial board, at No.
7 lileeckcr street, east of Broadway. None bat persons of
tbe tirot retpet lability need apply. ., ? . .
SINGLE GENTLEMEN CAN BE ACCOMMODATED
with rooms and board; also a large, pleasant room, which
will accommodate a party o. four gentlemen. Day boarder!
can be accommodated, alto, at 122 Chambers street. Refer
ence! required.
TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS TO LET? WITH BOARD,
and also a front basement, for a doctor's office, with bath
and gas; house 23V and 241 Spring street. Inquire at 270
Si ring street.
TWO PLEASANT FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET
to gentlemen. ? Front and back room on third ttoor
of honse 200 Hudion street, near St. John's park, with or
?itho?t board.
YERY DESIRABLE ROOMS TO LET-ON BROAD
.way, furnlithed, for singlo gentlemen only. Inquire at
S71 Broadway, directly opposite the Metropolitan Hotel.
WANTED? A ROOM, SUITABLE FOR LODGING, OR
partial board in a private family, by a young gentle'
man. Address box l,fi73 Post Office, Hating terms, which
mDft be low. Location up town preferred, and near Broad.
way.
EXPRESS AOESVCIK8.
jDERFOED A CO.'S STEAMSHIP F.XPRESS, BY
fl K'tngke and Jamestown, every Tuetdsy and Saturday,
cooneitlnj; with railroads to tbe interior of Virginia, North
Carolina and East Tennessee, offers superior Inducements to
shippers In that section, for safety and despatch. Freight*
at reduced rates. Office, 3s Broadway.
I FOREIGN EXPRESS.? EDWARDS, SAN FORD A CO.
1 mpcctfully announce that they pre prepared to forward
express packages from New York to Liverpool, London, and
all parts of England, Ireland, and Scotland, twico a woek;
to llavre, Paris, Bremen, Hamburg, Frankfort, and all parts
of tho European oontinent, ouce a week; to Melbourne, Port
Philip, Sydney, and all parts of Auxtralia, Van Dttiuun'l
l and anu New Zealand, by every vent-el sailing licnoe or from
England lor tlioso places; and to Canton, Uoug Kong, Bhang
hae. Calcutta. Madras, Bombay, and other parts of the Eait
Indies and Coin*, ouce every two weeks. Office No. Stf
Broadway.
?ATR.IMO v y.
Madame morrow is, without exception, the
most wonderful aatrologist In the world, or that hat
ever been known. She will tell past, present, and future
evtnts, and will show your future husband and absent
frie nds, which hat astonished thousands during her travels In
Europe. She Is a seventh daughter of a seveuth daughter,
and was born with a nat-iral girt by invoking the powers of
her wonderful science to tell even their vtry thoughts, and
will cansti happy pairs to come together, who will all enjoy
the greatest happiness of matrimonial bliss. She is a de
scendant of a line ef astrologers reaching hack for centuries,
and Iter predictions are truly astonishing to all that wit
her. All who have been disappointed elsewhere, and those
who wish a speedy marriage, may oall soon, and they may
depend npon true advice, founded on the eternal principles
of magiual sclent e. She guarantees those who visit hur
will not regret It. 70 Broome street, between Cannon and
Columbia. (Jentlcmen not admitted.
Matrimony made easy, or how to win a
lover. ? Professor Lawton, Boston, formerly of Londan,
will send to any addrese, on reeeipt of one dollar, post paid,
plain dlreetlon%to enable ladlet and gentlemen to win tbe
devoted affections of as many of the opposite tex at their
hearts may desdr*. The protest It to simple, hat so captivat
ing, that all may be married, irrespective of ag?, appear
ance, or position; and last .though not least, it can be arrang
ed with snch eata and delicacy that detection Is Impossible.
Address Professor Lawton, Boston, Mats. No letters taktn
from the I'ott Office unless the pottage it paid.
RBMOVAX.S.
Removal? si llecks', drapers and tailors
Aid ffentUmen's farnUhiajt ?toraa, raaiovtd lo ih? cor
aer of Faltoa and William itra+ta.
Removal.-f bradt. booeseli.br. publisher,
and importer of foreign ncwupaporc, ha? ramorad to
Ko. 12 Ann street, where be will l<t haiip# to ece hit f<- ruet
palront, wbflB he la prepared to (lPR With (TtrylfeUC ?
AHTHEMEim.
Bowery theatre ? proprietor \n i> mam<>er,
I. P. Wnldron; St**# Manager, 0. T . Wemynn. Tilt
notice. The doors will opi#at(>^; curtitiu rii-ea at 7 o'clock.
Lower Tier of Hones, SO ceuts; Upper Tier. 23 cent*; Pit tod
Gallery. 12H cents; Private limn, $S; Seats fa Orchestra
Boxes, '0 ccuta. Soats in Private I?o?es, 30 cents.
Saturday evening March II, will he performed
UNCLE TOM 8 CABIN.
Ftacle Tom Mr. t D. Rice
Little Eva St. Claire Miaa Oar.. line Whitlook
Eliia Harris. Mlaa Woodward
Cassy Mrs II. .ward
Topsy Mis* Dawes
Miss Ophelia.. .Mra. Yeotnana
Harris Mr. Johnston
Van Kroat Mr. Glenn
Mr. Shelby... .Mr. Hamblin
Drover John ... Mr. Wlnana
Burton s theatre, chambers street.-doous
open at6^: curtain rlsea at 7,'i o'oloek.
Saturday evening, March U, will be performed
THE LANCERS.
De Franc F.pee. ..Mr. Fisher
De Conrcy Mr. Jordan
Monatache Mr Moore
Blanqaet Mr. Barton
Eugene Mr. Norton
Mine. d'Aplomb. .Mra. Hughes
Estelle Min K;iy tnond
Mme. Pompous. .Mra. Burton
OUR BEST SOCIETY.
The Reverend Cream Chceae Mr. Fisher
Potiphar Mr Barrett
Young Booaey. ..Mr. Norton
Knrta Pacha. . . .Mr. Jordan
Patrick Mr. Johnaton
Mrs. Potiphar. Mlaa Raymond
Mi*a Pvtitoe*. , . Mra. ft vrton
Mlaa Tattle. ... .Mrs. Hughes
Mra. Croosus. . . Mra. Holinan
National theatre, Chatham street.? the
TEMPLE OK THE MORAL DRAMA.
Sols Leasee, Proprietor, and Manager, A. H. Pordy.
Performances at 2 o'oloek afternoon, and 7 In the evening.
MONDAY EVENING AND EVERY WEDNESDAY AND
SATURDAY AFTERNOON,
The great original drama of
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN,
As performed at the house continually suco the 18th of last
July.
Unole Tom Mr. J. Lincsrd
St. Claire Mr. J. B. ifowo
Gumpton Gute Mr. II. Stone
Era Little Cordelia Howard
Topay Mra. G. C. Howard
Fletcher... Mr. 0. W. L. Fox
Harris Mr. J. j. Prior
Legree... .Mr. N. B. Clarke
Wilson Mr. Toulmin
Perry Mr. L. Fox
Mrs Bird. ..Mra. W. 0. Jones
Eliia Mra. J. J. Prior
Caaay Mrs. Bannister
Ophelia Mrs. Meyers
Emmellne Miss Barber
PERFORMANCE EVERY AFTERNOON,
Constating of
STRICTLY MORAL DRAMAS,
And none others.
Change of pieeea every afternoon.
On Saturday afternoon,
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN.
Admission, 29 and 90 cents; children half-prloe to after
noon performance only.
EO. CHRISTY A WOOD'S MINSTRELS, NO. 444
Broadway, perform every evening. Tickets, 23 cents.
G
Doors oyen at commence it 7V o'olook
This '??niuany has no eonnection with
BARNUM'S AMERICAN MUSEUM.? THIS,
day evening, at 7 o'oloek, will be repeated the
'?mpany has no connection with any other.
H. WOOD, Buaineaa Manager.
GEORGE CHRISTY, Stage Manager.
A card. ? George Christy, well known for the laat twelve
years in connection with Ethiopian Mlnatrelay, takes this
mctbod of informing the pnliBe that ho has formed ? copart
nership with Mr. Henry Wood, of Minstrel Hall, No. 444
Broadway, at which place he wUl appear every evening.
GEORGHICHRISTY.
BUCKLEY'S SERENADERS, CHINESE HALL, 039
Broadway, near the Prescott House.
OPEN EVERY NIGHT.
The oldest established and most talented enmpany in ex
istence. being the flrst to introduce harmony into an Ethio
pian Entertainment, the first to sing Operatio Chorusee, per
form Hurleaque Operas, Ac., Ac. The management has tho
honor of announcing that the Concerts of this Company will
still be conducted in its present fashionable style ? "fun
without vulgarity." Concert oommenoea at o'clock. Ad
mission, 20 oents.
JAS. BUCKLEY A SONS, Proprietors.
SATITR
. I the now local
moral ilrama of^HE OLD BREWERY, a thrilling produc
tion. In the afternoon at 3, the OLD BREWERY will bo
Kirformcd, as in the ovening. The Uving Giraffes, Happy
amily, Ac., to be seen as usual. Admittance 29 cents;
children under ten, 12)f cents; flrst balcony and parquet,
l->a cents extra.
Bowery circus.-chiarini's new troupe,
this (Saturday) afternoon and evening, in all their
great performances, including " La Perohe" by Stoat and
Fisher.
BURTON'S, CHAMBERS STREET.? MR. JORDAN RF.
spectfu'.ly announces his Benefit on Monday next.
March l.'l, when, in conaci|uenoe of the great ancuoas an<l
attractive qualities of the new comic play of
THE LANCERS,
Or, the Discarded Sow.
Tlint piece will be aubstituted for tho announced oomedy
of " The Beaux Stratagem;" with .
ROBERT MACATRE, '
in which Mr. Jordan ami Mr. Barton will appear; with, first
time theso three years, tho farce of
JOHN JONES,
in which Mr. Barton will sustain bis original part.
Box offico now open.
IGNOR BLITZ, AT TnE BROOKLYN INSTITUTE
One week. ? Monday, Maroh 0, and every evening dur
ing the week, at7)? o'clock, and Wednesday and Saturday
afternoon, at 3 o'clock. The entertainments will embrace
moat wonderful acenes in Ventriloqulam, Natural Magic,
and the celebrated Canary Birds. ' Admission, 25 eonts;
children, 12% cents.
Franklin museum, m Chatham square.? two
performances given daily, commencing at 3 o'clock
In the afternoon and half-past 7 In the evening. The abort
is the only establishment In the United States where the
Model Artists are exlyiited, together with a great variety of
unique and orlginaltwiertuinincnta, such as oan be seen la
no other place of amusement in tho world.
TO SHOWMEN.? FOR S^E. AT A BARGAIN, A
large pavllllon tent, wfm all the fixtures for Imme
diate use. Slue of top, 140 feet by 90. Has only been used
three weeks. Inquire of C. T. PARSLOE, at Barton's
Theatre.
Burning of moscOw, at williamsburo.? this
celebrated diorama, together with an extensive collec
tion of beautiful dioptric paintings, laughter inciting
bones in VtlMlocrim, 1/ Mr. (iallaghcr, tho worldre
nowned, may be witnessed every evening this week at tho
Odeon.
Academy hall, m Broadway.? mr, stein-s
second rbetorctie ami musical entertainment will I ?k
place on Thursday, March 16. Mr. Stein, for this occuhion
will be assisted by a number of flr<t rate arti.its, and ? grand
orchestra, under tho direotlon of Mr. Hcrwig.
Tiie camphells are coming? to the st. nich
olas exhibition room, on the block witli tho St. Nicholas
Hotel, on Monday evening next, 12th inst., with the bright
and particular stars. Murphy, West, and Peel.
s
u
NCLE TOM'S CABIN,
AT TUB
NATIONAL THEATRE,
The Temple of tho Moral Dram*.
Performances every afternoon and evening.
National theatre.? notice? after the pre
sent week tlio afternoon ptlfonallUMI of Tuesdny,
irhnrixUf, and Friday will he discontinued, in order to pre
? ahoVfflnM1 RlJ joowerfnl moral and rell/iou* drama, wliioh
CA B1 N Vm Z tVtinuii -e4*ffWW *tyl?. UNCLE TOM S
and Saturday afternoon until the end of the JMiV cdncsday
moral drama will alao be given every Monday afternoon.
Good bve. thanks for your kindness
Remember thii is the last night of " Undo 'fom'i
Cal.in" at the Bowery theatre.
/"I RAND ATTRACTION * AT TlIE NEW. CON
\JT venient, well located, and tastefully fitted np St.
Nicholas Exhibition Room, 495 Broadway, on the block with
the St. Nicholas Hotel. This new and desirable place of
amusement will open on Monday evening next, the Uth
Inst., with the Jnstly celebrated and far-famed original
Murphy, West and Peel's Campbell Minstrels, authors of
all burlesiiue danoe* In existence, and continue nntil further
notice. Admission, 26 rents. Doors open at 6% o'clock;
commence at 7K o'clock. On Wedne?d<jr and Saturday
afternoons there will be a performance expressly for the ac
commodation of ladies, children, and nnmcs, and no other*.
Doors open at 2 o'clock; oommeace at 3 o'clock.
HP HI NO GOODS.
VTIW STYLE SPRING RIBBONS, BONNET SILKS,
JLl lawns, dress trimming ribbons, (lowers, erapes, Ac. ?
The undersigned has opened a very extensive ware room, ex
clusively for the wholesale trade, adjoining his retail store,
with a handsome block of new goods, at very low price*,
and invite* the Jobbing trade to favor him with an early
call. M. H. LIGHTEN STEIN, 90 Bowery.
SPRING IMPORTATIONS? WM. NEUSTADTER. 63
John (treet. ? Ladies' dress trimmings, Scoteh, German,
French, aad Swiss embroidered lace goods.
SPRING MANTILLAS.? J. BECK A CO. WILL BE
prepared to show, at rotail, on Monday, 13th Inst.,
srring and summer mantillas, talmas, Ac., imported, and of
their own manufacture, of the latest and ehoioest designs.
866 Broadway.
OCl'LISTS AND AIRI8TS.
V'VA.'VV/VVV'V/VA^V/W'V^VX WV? WW\.'WVW^AA."JV,.WWWVX
DR. POWELL, OCULIST, AURIST.AC., DEVOTES HIS
attention ?xclu*ively to the treatment of diseases of the
eye and ear, from 9 to 4 o'clock daily, at hi* office 302 Broad
way, where can be procured hi* treatise on the eye aud
artificial eye*, which are Inserted without an operation, or
the slightest pain, and will move aud look|exactly like the
natural eye.
TRAVELLERS' GU1DR.
CAMDEN AND AMBOY RAILROAD TO PH1LADEL
phia, from pier No. 1 North rivor. Two line* dally, at
7 A. II. and 2 P. M. Accommodation line at 7 A.M., by
(teamboat John Potter, to South A in boy. thence by ears to
way places aud Camden; fare S2. Expros* lino atiP U., by
John Potter, toAmboy, thence direct to Camden by .car*;
through in five hour*; fare $3.
CHANGE OF ROUTE ON THE 11 A M. AND 4 P. M.
lines for Philadelphia. ? On an t nfter Monday next, the
13th of March, the 11 A. M. and 4 P. M trains, by the New
Jersey Railroad, for Philadelphia, will be ran viaTacoucy
and Vt itlnnt street, avoiding tne annoyance and delay of the
omnibuses from Kensington, and affording passenger* an op
portunity to dine or take tea on boar I the steamboat, on the
Delaware. The return trip* from Philadelphia, at ,H A. M.,
and 4J4 P. M., will also lcavo frvm Waluut street wharf.
H
UDSON RIVER RAILROAD? TR A INS DAILY
froin Chamber* street for Albany aad Troy:?
Express train. 7 AJI. ? Through In four hours, eonneetlng
with trains reaching Buffalo or Montreal at 10 o'clock Mm*
evening.
Mall train, 8 A. M.-Tkrongh way trains at 12 M. and 7
P. M.
Express train, P.M.? Emigrant train. ? P.M For Tarry
town, 10..'*) P.M. For Peeksktll, o.30 P. M. For Ponghkepele,
7.30 A.M., aad 4 PJ. I'assenger* taken at Chamber*,
Canal. Christopher, Fourteenth, and Thirt y_ Hr*t streets.
Sunday train* from Csnal etreet, at 3.40P.M., for Albany
and Troy, etopping at all way stations.
7 ' v KDMLN1) FRENCH, Superintendent.
NEW YORK AND MONTREAL RAILROAD LINE,
I via Bellow* Fslls, Rutland, Burlington, Windsor,
P White River? Wells River, St. Johnsbnry, Montpelier, St.
Albans and Ronse'i Point to Ogdenshisrg and Montreal.
Ticket Offices ? New llaven Railroad, corner of llroadway
and Canal street, and Twenty-rixtn street aad Fourtn
avennt. Express trains nt 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. Baggage
checked through. Freight by the New Haven steamers,
Peck alip. FRANCIS HYDE.
General Agent, No. 1.12 South street.
NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA DIRECT-VIA
New Jersey Railroad, through in foar hoars ? United
State* mail and exprea* Una. leave New York, foetofCort
lsndt streat, at aeTen. nine, and eleven, P.M., and at four
and half-part five, P. M. Fare? $2 76 In seven and eleven
A. M , and four P. M. $2 SO (for lecond elas*) in eleven
A. M. from New York and quarter-PMt fonr from Phila
delphia. S3 in nine A. M., and half pa*t five P. M. Ac
commodation line Mk* at twelve M. (nt redaced
prices) from Cortlaiw street, throngh In ctx hour*.
Through tickets sold for Baltimore, Washington, Norfolk,
Welden. Wilmington, aad Charleston, la the above train*.
Throngh baggage agent* la the nine and hnlfpnat five train*
only. Passenger* with baggage eros* the terry fifteen min
atee before the train leave*.
Shrewsbury, long branch, highlands.
? Oeean Honse. aad Ocean Pert.? The iteanst JAM KS
CHRISTOPHER, Certain Jeha Price, will leave the Hat of
Barclay street, March 4. at lOo'e.lock A. M. ; 7th, at MA M.;
fcth. at IS M. ; 11 tk. at 1 IL M. ; aau Uth, nt 7 A M. fivoi
ABllMKMEVtff.
Broadway theatre.-e a m \rVhali *
Uroom? Htrc.t --I). . r?0l ?> att^, to comm.Be, at 7<f.
? Benefit of Mr 0. Helster. Haturilay tvsniiw HAr?hi?
DOMINIQCE, THE I'o4?ESSE0'. * '
Domini. |ue Mr. Davidgo
Duverinc Mr. Pope
A MIDSUMMER
Theseus Mr. Con way
nysander Mr. Lanergaa
Demetrius. . . Mr. Grosvenor
Egens Mr. Matthew*
Pbilostrate... .Mr. Walter*
Nick Bottom . , . Mr. Davidgo
Qoiac* Mr. Howard
Lady lUanehe. . . .Mr* Natla
Jir. i'ope I Jeanette y?
A MIDSUMMER NIGHTS DREAM. W
' g?u* Mr risk
L. '.ii Mr- WMtlac
Hippolyt* Mr*. Warns
Hermta. ,. Mr*. Nacla
Helena. ,Mi?* A. tangeaheua
Oboron Mau. Pouist
Titanin Pa Peth? Yiol*
WALLACE'S THEATRE, BROADWAY, N*A1C
Bro<me ?tre< t. ? Door* "pt n at6\; to commence at 7)f,
Saturday evening. March II. will he performed
LOVE FOR LOVE.
Sir 9. Legend Mr. Blake | Scandal Mr. Driit
Valentine Mr. Letter Angelica Mr*. Hoey
Ben Mr. Brougham Mr*. Foreatgbt. .Mr*. Cnune{
Tattln Mr. Walcot Mr*. Frail. .. .Mrs. Brougham
Foresight. . . .Mr. Thompion I Mis* Prua lira. Stephen*
English Qim'rilUs. Ac OrohaatT*
_ ?4 PRETTY PIECE OF BUSINESS.
Capt. Felix Merriweather Mr. Brougbatt
Dr. Shee. . . .. Mr. Walcot I Mi** She Mm. Stephen*
Mm. Crantley. .Mr?. Conway | Dohson Mr*. Broughaag
TnE ORIGINAL CHRISTY'S MINSTRELS, NO. 473
Broadway, above Grand. Organised in 1842. The dr*?
e*tabll*hed company (n exiaence,
TI1E MODEL TROUPE OF THE WORLD,
Whrae Concert* in New York, for a succession of eight
yeaw, have been reccivud with patronage unparalleled^
the annals of ainniement in thi* city.
Orsa Every Night, under the Soi.n Directions*
E. P. CHRISTV,
The on'y individual of tho name of Christy engaged a* a par*
former in Ethiopian representation. The preaent eempantf
comprise* every person now living who constituted the baniX
at it* organisation, (except George N. Harrington.)
A Card. ? The Christy Minstrels beg leave to inform th?
publio they have no burines* connection with any otheg
establishment In thi* city or alaewher*. Admission, 25oentg)
Commence at 8 o'clock.
E. P. CHRISTY, Manager and Proprietor.
TBI BRYAN GALLERY OF CHRISTIAN ART.? A
collection the moat complete ever made by one penes
of anthentio pic tun*, by Uuido d* Sienna, (A.D. UB1,) Cima
bne, Glotte, Memmi, Perugino, Leonardo da Ylnoi, Raphael*
Correggio, Titian, Domeaichine, Salvator Rota, Yelaaqaea.
Murillo, Rnelena, Van Dyek, Teniera, Lely, Rembraat, Oe?
tade, Rnyidsrl, Poussin, Claude Lorraine, Sir Joahna Rev?
nold*. Hogarth, West, Grouse, and Horaoe Vernet. No. ai[
Kroauwn/. Admission, 25 oenta.
ALI. ACE'S THEATRE? MORE NOYELTY? AW
original comedietta. Continued triumph. Sacce** of
LOVE FOR LOVE.
It will I e acted
FRIDAY. 10TH MARCH, and
SATURDAY, llTll do.
MONDAY,
A New and Original Comcdjetta,
(Never acted,) In one act, called
A GOOD FELLOW.
Mr. Felix Cmbraton, a good eltlien Mr. Waleofc
Mr. Ruihton Suunysidc, & good feUow Mr. BroughMK
Mrs. Umbraton, a good vile Mr*. Conway
Mr*. Sunnyside, a good customer Mrs. Broughata
After which, in consequence of the very numcrcu* demandg
at the Box Otficc, the soincdy of
A BACHELOR OP ARTS.
To conclude with
LOVE AND MURDER.
ON TUESDAY, (eleventh time,)
Congrevo'a great comedy of
LOVEFORLOVE,
NEW COMEDIETTA.
LOVE FOR LOVE will be published, preelaely a* now
acted, by D. Appleton A Co., in a few daye, and may bo h*l
at all the principal bookiellen, and at the
BOX OFFICE OF THE THEATRE.
WALLACE'S THEATRE.? MR. L. 8. THOMPSON'S
?rst benefit in tki* city,
ON THURSDAY, MARCH 10,
w
iag mi
total i
when will be acted the fine old comedy of
THE SCHOOL OF REFORM,
in whloh Mr. L. S. Thompion will act hi* celebrated part of
Tyke.
During the evening'! entertainments tho whole of Wai?
lack'* (tar company will appear.
Box book now open.
The youno debutant, mrs. t. j. johnson,
will give two of licr literary entertainment! at Stuyve
sant Institute on Tuesday aad Friday of next week, March
14 and 17, consisting of selection* from Shakspeare and thg
noeta. Ticket*, SO ceuti, may l>c obtained at the music and
bookstores in Broadway, and at the door on evening of read*
lngs. To commcnco at 8 o'clock.
Qfift Ann GIFTS FOR THE PEOPLE.? PROP.
OUU.UUU HART'S Great Gift Enterprise of, tb?
Whole World. Profeiaor J. Woodman Hart would respeet
fully inform the citiiem of New York and the uTtotd at large*
that for the purpose of ennabling all to ice hi* wonderful il
lustration or the entire world, (tlie first and only thing aC
the kind ever produced.) now ou exhibition at the World's
Hall, No*. 377 and S79 Broadway, and popularising Ameri
can *rt, and alco of giving a world wide circulation to bin
renowned Book of Travel*. Adventure*, and Aneo4ote*b
yhich should he read by the million, be will distribute
among the purchaser! of his ticket* of admluion the follow*
magnificent and valuable gifts, amounting to the SUM
? of $300,000:?
LIST OF GIFTS.
Prof. Hart's Whole World, worth an immenie for
tune to any one. valncd at .$90,009
Prof. Hart's elegant country seat, with one hundnd
acres of land in a high state of cultivation, the build
ings on which cost 919,000, situated on Long Island
Sennd, and commanding a magnificent view of thir
ty mile* in every direction, valued at as. 001
The celebrated model of the City of San Francisco. . . 8,000
Prof. Hart's far-famed Panorama of the Holy Land.. 10,009
A magnificent city residence in New York 17,009
100.000 volumes of Prof. Hart'* extensive travels in
the Old and New Worlds, lnteespvncd with remark
able adventure*, amusing anecdotes, and thrilling
Incidents, elegantly bound, with gilt edges, Includ
ing a portrait of the author, at 7ft cent* each 78,001
Tweuty live building lots, each containing 10,000
square feet, in a beautiful village in the suburbs of
New York city, each valued at ffiOO 12.509
90 elegant rosewood pianofortes, at ?.''.<>0 9.009
5 do. do. atiMO 2, S09
20 do. melodpona, at $100 2,009
50 elegant gold watches, at $100 0,009
100 do. do. at $75 7,309
100 do. do. at $flO .1.009
200 do. do. at $23 5,009
100 elegant gold bracelets, at $15 1.109
1,000 elegant gold rings, at $U 2.009
2,000 do. at $1 2,009
[200 sets elegant sliver tea spoons, at (9 l.(T~
SO "do. do. desesrt spoons. at$iii. .
25 do. do. table spoon*, at $18
20,000 volnmes of Mn. Partington's Carpet Bag of
run, at 50 cents 10009
30,000 pieces of the most fashionable masic, at 35 '
cents 7jm
Sfi.000 elegant steel engravings, at 25 cents 8,7fl9
80.000 finely engraved pocket maps of the City of New
York, at 17 11-18 cents 14,127V
31,080 portemonnaics, nt 25 cents 7,798
A loan for 100 years, without security or intenst, of
cash 10,009
It is confidently believed that the tickets will nil be sold,
and the property distributed before the lit of June.
The property will he placed In tho hand* of a committer
appointed by the ticket holder*, to be distributed in n per
fectly fair and satisfactory manner to all concerned.
iJT^ic price of tickets is One Dollar eaeh, entitling theheldef
300.000. ?~'*,i"?i to the exhibition, and one gift of U9
All orden for ticket* must do
the money enclosed, to Prof. j. WOODMA?flfcMi4t
377 and 379 Broadway, World's Hall. New York, ? J
tickets will be promptly forwarded to any pert < '
Any information relative to the property, ma<
ed at the office, World's Hall, or or F. j. Yisscher A Co.,
Nasaau street. Single admission*, 25 cents ; ohildnn 1
price. Open dally, from 2 to 10 P. M. Lectures e?i
at 3 and 7 P. M
SMS
i of ihe worH*
MUSICAL.
Alady who has been accustom TtT?Xci?
in* tli o piunolort*. would like to receive two or three
pupils At her own residence. Addros* Mmic, Herald otto#.
Terms moderate.
All who play the violin can in a rsir
moment* time have Kobertion'i recently patented key
ed itop finger board attached to their own inatrnment, and
play at first sight with an *as* and aoonracy of stop impof*
sibf* in the old styl*. Manufactory 181 Broadway.
A SPLENDID SEVEN OCTAVE S*? ROSEWOOD
pianoforte will he (old for RMfl. Excellent tone, metal
lic frame, new style of caae, finished back, perfect in ever*
respect, by celebrated makers, and warranted. Been nee)
only three month). It can be *e?m at 08 Variek street, from
9 till 3 o'clock.
NEW MUSIC.-" BALTIMORE CLIPPER VALS*,*
byjullion; played by hiin at all his concerts with ?
success only attending his concerts; price .10 cents. " Th#
Scene* or Our Chililhood.'' son* by Geo. Washbonrn Morgan |
price 2ft cents. " Ansel Wliisper*," song for soprano og
tenor, song by Mrs. Cillinghnui Bostvriok, words by S. M?
Peters, music !y August (lockle; price 23 cents. AmasoiS
Schottisch, by Bame author; price an cents. Fantasies from
the opera of Massaniello ? No. 1, "Barcarolle;" No. 2, " Song
of Sleep"? ly Oscar Canettaat. The names of the abor#
composers are a sufflcicnt guarantee for the true merits eg
their compositions. HORACE WATERS, 333 Broadway.
N. B.? Dealers wishing to purchase, or malu arranrt*
ments for continued supplies of any new issues, will findHl
greatly to their advaatage to ?all. Music seat by saail*
pottage free.
S HELTON'S AMERICAN BRASS BAND. -AT A MEET*
ing ol the above Hand, held March V. for the purpose oC
electing a Under to fill the vacancy occasioned by the dentil
of Mr. Sbelton, Mr. Peter Fobs was unanimously elocte-1.
Mr. Fobs having actt d in the eaoaeity all last Mason d wring
the illnc?? of Mr. Sbelton. The Band also went into an ei*c
tion for n conduct. r. snd Mr. C. S. Grafullia was unanimous
ly elected. All bu?ines* of the Hand will b? transacted
thrnnrh him at his residence. No. 49 Howcry, or at Mr. Shel*
ton'n late re?ideure. Hroome street, nntll further notice*
The Hand takes the opportunity of returning thanks to thvtg
friend* and the public rcr the kind patronage bestowed on at
htr t> t oft re, and ns?urc them that, under tbe couductorshipoC
('. S. Graftillia, the bn?ine*i> will be transacted to the satiaa
fa< Hon of the pultic. FRANCIS P. I'LANE. Chairman.
John Andkhso*. Secretary.
Olirer Duhy. P. *. Diller, G. B. Bruce, Conr.'iUee..^
THE UNDERSIGNED, WILLIAM ROBERTSON. O*
account of tho death of his ol>l friend and aaoociat*.
Jsmcs Shalton, (having been connected with blm for th* iastt
eleven years.) takes the liberty of Informing his friend* ana
the public in general that he has formed a new band, to ha
celled " Robertson's American Brass Band," which shall b#
equal. If not superior, to aay other band in this city. Fran
long personal experience and practice as a caterer for ta ?
musical public, be hopes to hare a continuation of tho many
favors which his friends and the public hay# so generously^
on all occasions, extended to him.
WM. ROBERTSON, 12* West Nineteenth street.
N. B ? Orders for all branches of the musical bniineas r?i
reived at the following places ? Wm. Robertson, loader, 139
West Nineteenth street; Grant A Ryder. elothUra, corner og
Centre snd Grand streets; Jamas O'Neill, 382^ Bowery.
MEDICAL.
DR. RA1PT?-H0URS OF OFFICE CONSULTATION
from 9 to 12 A. M., and 0 to 9 P. M., except Sundaylk
64.1 Houston stfreet. near Woo>t?T.
DR. WARD, CONSULTING PHYSICIAN, FROM TH*
University of Edinhorg. can ho oonsultod with e*rt*W?
ty. as usual, fr?m 8 A. M. tni 9 P. M , at Ms old ? tablt*h?4|
office. No .'iO Canal ttroet, on* do*r Iross Broadway.
DR. 8. WARD, NO. SO CANAL STREET ONE DOO*
eiut of Broad way, by hi? nnpij*U{jw? llod#
tlr.rtonn, and triumphant wmHie*.
ever known. Attend* from 9 A. M- ui.tll 9 P. M. dally.
Dr. coop**, u duane ?tr*kt, mat be cojt
suited. l?r. C. would respectfully solicit of thaa* in
terested a ?all, being ?atl*t*d tbat^Si a
ty thro* years ho can g iv* satisfaction.
TV* JOHNSON, Id HUANE STREET, MAT Bl OMIs
,toSSMA?ra??i
DO rOBBETT, OF NO. 1# DUANB STREET, MAT ??
eonsnlted with eoofidene* on hia treatment. Twanty.
thN# veavs in his speciality suables hia to ennrant** a*e>
maneu t euro*. N. B.? Dr. C.iis member of th* Nov Hrl|
University. S*? his diploma ta hi* <>?**. .
iTjF- LaRMONT, PARIS AND U)NDON PHTWICIA*
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