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A UCTION NOTICE.? BY TIIOS. BILL AND H. N.
A BUSH.-Tbts day, (Friday.) March 24, ?t lOWe'elook,
win k? the opening >ale in the new auction room*, 27 Centre,
iur Diut, Read* and Chamber* streets. Park, Ac., a
variety of household and other furniture . ? Twenty bed
?Mad*, bed* bedding, mattresses. dry good*, groceries, tea*,
barroom arrangement*. splendid watch and chain, (an,
jewelry, clocks, v?ses, de*k?, sofa bed*, Ac. This being the
a general invitation i* freely given. Satnr
day, aa extensive *ale of clothing. merchant tailor*' articles
and eeaieaable dry goods.
A UCTION SALE OF BOOTS AND SHOES.? JAMES *
AviLLZR, Auctioneer, will soil on Monday. March 27, at 9}i
?'alack A. M., at the (tore of B. Blytohard A Co., 'J->9 Pearl
rtrest, WO cast* prima boots, shoes and brogane.
Auction sale of choice breed and fancy
fowl*. ? On Friday, 24th iuH. , at 10^ o'clock, at the
taction room No. 79 Nassau street, between John and Ful
ton. comprising choice Sbanghaes, Bramah*, game and other
fowl*. Alio, domeaticated wild turkeya, peacock*. Ac., and
a quantity of Shanghae egga. The tale will be well worthy
the attention of fancier* and breeder*. N. B. ? Regular
aale* ?f faney fowl* ever* Friday antll farther aotiee.
PETER PARKS, Auctioneer, 79 Na**an *traat.
Auction sale of standard roses.-j. s. tan
DE WATER A CO., Nassau and Pine street*., will Mil
an Friday, March 34, at 10J^ o'clock, a inperlor and choioe
aalaetion of perpetual and moa* ro*e*. all in beautiful order,
fun the nur*ery of D. Boll, forlit, .corner of Broadway.
Auction sale-handsome household fur
niture, oil paintings, Ac.? SAMUEL OSGOOD, auc
tloaeer. will sell at bin aale room. HI Naa*au *trect, to-mor
vow (Saturday) at 10 W o'clock, a large and neat collection
?f household furnituro, comprised in *part of rosewood par
lor rait* in Mtin and brocatelle, mahogany *ofa* and aofa
bed*, rocking, arm, easy and other chairs, card table*,
boek ea*e*, extension dining table*, marble top dreaiing bu
raaui, marble top ccntre tables, mahogany and ro*awood
bedsteada, curled hair mattreeae?, cribs, cradle*, enamelled
chamber auit*. do. wardrobe*, writing desk*, couches, conch
bed*, piano (tool*, music ataada, mirror*, oil paintings, en
gravings, Ac., Ac.
Auction sale.? the cellars connected with
the several pnblis market* belonging to tha city, and
Mndry lota and buildings, will 1m leased an bids at publie
?action, an Tuesday, April 4, 1864, at Uo'elock, M., at the
?ty Hall, for tha tern of Ave yean from the first day a!
May next. N. B.? Lists of the property to be leased, ooa
fiatalag al*o the terms and conditions of sale, may be eh
?sdnedoa application at the Comptroller's Office, No. ? Hall
JACOB A. WESTERVELT, Mayor,
f. R. T1LL0U, Reorder,
A. C. 7LA00, Comptroller,
V. W. EDMONDS. Chamberlain,
VM. CHAUNCEY, Cbr. F. Com. Bd. Aid.,
WM. M. YERMILYE, Ch. F. Com. Bd. Coan'm.,
Commissioners of Sinking Fund.
Ikuei Department, New York. Feb. 2m, 1864.
Anthony j. bleeceer, auction eer.-house
and lot No. 9 Leonard itreet at auction. ? Anthony J.
Bleeoker will sell at public anction on Wednesday ,29th inat.,
at IS o'clock, at the Merchants' Exchange, the two story
hfiek front house and lot No. 9 Leonard street, north side,
enlv about 170 foet from Hudson street. Lot 25 feet front
ana rear by 5ti feet A inehesin depth on each aide. Posses
sion en the 1st of May next; title indisputable and sale per
emptory. Two-thirds of the purchase money may remain
en Bond and mortgage for three years For further particu
lars apply to the Auctioneer.
BAL COSTUME.? ON SATURDAY NEXT, MARCH 25,
will be sold by auction, at the auction rooms of Messr?.
NicolavACo., 169 Broadway, at 1 o'clock, several magnifl
eeat Albanian and Turkish eoatumes, beautifully embroid
ered In gold and atlk, the property of a Turkish officer about
to leave this country to take part in the war.
BROOKLYN LOTS TO BE SOLD CHEAP AT AUC?
tion. ? JOHN K. OAKLEY, Auctioneer. By Oakley
A Wright, Monday, March 27, at 12 o'clock M., at the
salesroom, 343 Fulton street, (opposite City Hall,) Brooklyn.
Peremptory sale of one hundred and eight building lots in
the Ninth ward, Brooklyn, Utica avenue ? Eleven lots on
east aide, between Warren and Bsltio streets. Rochester
aveaue ? Seven lots on West side, between Warren and Bal
tic streets. Warren street? Twenty three lots on south side,
between Utica and Roehoster avenues. Baltic street? Ele
ven lot* en north side, b*twoen Utica and Rochester ave
aues. Warren itreet ? Twenty-five lots on north side, be
tween Utica and Rochester avenues. Wyckoffstreet ? Eigh
teen lot* on *outh aide, between Utica and Rochester ave
nve*. Baltic atreet? Twelve gore lots on north aide, between
Utiaa and Rochester avenue*. One gore lot on Rochester
avenue, between Warren and Baltic streets. The lots are
all surveyed, stid-cl out and numbered to correspond with
the map ef sale, which map is filed in King* County Register**
office, by S. H. Cornwcll. The streets and avenue* are
?eventy feet wide, and are the regular streets and avenues,
according to the Commissioner's map for laying out too city
?f Brooklyn. This property is desirably located in tho im
mediate vicinity of good improvements, within a short dis
tance of Fulton avenue. Omnibuses are now ruuning, and
aeon railroad omnibuses will be in full operation on this
?yenme, at the nominal fare of four cents, making it accos
cible and convenient to the ferries. Tho neighborhood and
location pleasant and healthy. Terms? 70 per cent of the
purchase money can remain on bond and mortgage lor four
years. For map* and particulars apply to the auctioneers,
343 Fulton street, (opposite the City Hall.) Brooklyn, and RO
Wall itreet, New York., and to S. H. Cornwell, corner of
Myrtle avenue and Fulton street, Brooklyn.
L. TUCKER. AUCTIONEER.? BY BILLING A
? Tucker, office 43 Walker itreet. ? Large and attractive
?ale ef bouiehold furniture, at houie No. 54 White itreet,
?ear Broadway, on Saturday, March 25r at 10)? o'clock,
without reserve, consisting of Brussels, three ply and other
earpets, oilcloths, rich rosewood parlor suite* in crimson
brecatelle, oval and pier glasses, rosewood centre marble
tables, splendid gilt frame oil paintings, window curtains,
extension tables, tea and dinner sots, vases, rich decorated
French vases, mahogany bedsteaJ, chairs, cano seat do.,
mattresses, palliases, and a large variety of bedroom furni
ture, all of which will be found on the catalogue. Sold rain
er shine.
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DS. HOUGH, AUCTIONEER ? HENRY S. LEEDS,
? ^ salesman ? Mortgage sals of rich and costly parlor and
chamber furniture, rosewood pianofortes, cabinets, gui nj
|i?r glacses, Ac. ? Will be told this (Friday) morning, at :?u
o'clock. all the splendid furniture contained in the
tl< story honse No. ISO Twenty-tlrat street, near Sevcuth
avenue without reservation or regard to the weather.
Consisting partly of 180 yards tapsstry velvet carpet; ms^
alleeat parlor cabinet, very excellently made ana commo
tio ??; rosewood secretary bookcase; rich, costly an 1 hoau
tifol laec and brocatello curtains; splendid marbl : top
etegere; elegant rosewood suite*, handsomely oarved and co
vorod ia various colored Frenoh broontelles; handaome and
riebly covered ladies' easy, sewing and reception chair* and
ottomans, in gold and savor brocatolle; rosewood piano
forte, seven octave, oity mado? a very superior instrument
aad warranted; a number of choice oil paintings. sora- in
the highest style of art, consisting of landscapes, fruit aud
gam* pieces, winter and historical scenes, among which
may be found tho " Prodigal's Return," bystreet: costly
ana beautiful china mantle vases of great value, richly and
tastefully decorated ; alabaster and ormulu clocks, bisque
aad Parisian tnarMo figures; a number of rosewood an<l ma
hogany tables with marble tops, side and centre, fancy and
sofa; also, rosewood, oak and mahogany extension tables,
round and oval; plain white and tastefully decoratod china
dinner aad tea acts; plated spoons, forks, cake baskets,
cantors, butter knives, Ac.; cut glass tumbler', goblets,
wines, champagnes: rosewood bedsteads, bureaus, wash and
earner stands; toilet sets; curledhorse hair mattresses, coun
terpanes, blankets, mahogany chairs, sofas, lounges.
Catalogues.
East Newark lots? j, w. southard, Auc
tioneer, will sell at auction on Tuesday, Maroh 28,
1PM, at 1 o'clock P. M , on the premises, sixty building lot*,
aitaated at East Newark, opposite the oity of Newark, on
high and dry ground, between the railroad and turnpike
road, about a quarter of a mile east from tho turnpike
bridge at Newark, and about seven hnndred feet north
from the N*w Jersey Railroad depot at East Newark, where
the ears stop daily four times aach way, on their passage
between New Yorlt and Newark. Some of the lota front on
the turnpike road, and the other* are *ontiguoua. Term*
Fcolton, auctioneer -large auction sale
? of roiowood aad mahogany furniture? three rosewood
raofortes, carpet*, oilcloth*, hair mattrosscs, Ac., Ac.
Colton will Mil to morrow, Saturday, March 25, at 10?i
?'eloek, at the auction room*, 50 Bookman, and 89 Ann
?troeta, a very lar^e and complete assortment of rosewood
aad mahogany cabinet, furniture from several families, and
will consist in part, of two or three *uit* of rosewood parlor
faraitnre in velvet, satin and brocatelle. tete a-tetcs, sofas,
Mahogany wardrobes, bookcases, French and Gothic bed
stead*, mahogany chair*, marble top and plain dressing
bureaus, marble top centre, side and sofa tables, amoir
and extension do., couches and couch bedsteads, tapestry.
Bruise!*, and other carpets, oilcloths, hair mattresses,
Frenoh plate and oval mirrors, carved rockers, Voltaire do.,
together with a variety of second Tiand furniture, from a
family who are breaking up housekeeping. Also, three rose
wood pianofortes, two of thorn entirely new, seven octavo
and most modern style, the other ono b?* octave, but little
?Md. and a perfect instrument. Catalognes ready on Sat
urday morning at 8 o'clock.
Henry h. leeds. auctioneer.? by h. h.
LEED A CO.? On Saturday, March 25, at cloven
?'clock, at their gallery, rear of stor* No. 8 Wall street,
near Broadway, superb original old pietnres? The en
tire private collection of an eminent connoisseur,
?boat leaving for Europo, purchased by him while
abroad, reparoles* of expense, aad comprising gem* from
the moit celebrated oolloction, none of which have ever bo
fore boon exhibited in thi* country. In faot, tha finest col
lection ever offered at public competition in this oity; all of
wbich will bo positively sold without reserve. Among them
will be found tho works of tho oelobrated master*? Paul
Potter, Jaa Both. Jan Stoen, Gelt esborongb, Rembrandt,
Rabens, Betrays, Carlo Dole), D. Toalers, Vande veldt,
Btorck, Solomon Ruysdall, O. Norland, Terbur:*, Gerhard
Doaw, A, Kuyp, Van Huyaum, Van Dyke, P. WoTermans,
Van Udea, Bool, Kydd, Frazer, and others of equal celebri
ty. Wo partionlarly call tho attentloa of our friends and
too connoisseur publio to thi* unrivalled colloctiun, a* con
taining old picture* well worthy their attontion ? all of
which ar* undoubtedly original*, and signed by their re
spective masters. Also, six picture*, painted by tho oele
brated American artist. C. P. Craacb.
Henry h. leeds. auctioneer.-by ii. n.
Leeds k Co.- On Friday, Mareh 24th, 1H54. at 12
o'clock, in front of the atoro, 8 Wall stroit, a splendid bay
borte, lAhands high, sonnd and gentle, ran trot a mile in
tbree minute* IS second* in harness, and a long tailed hay
bar**, six years old, about 14} j hands high, kind and gentle
la single and double harness, and a good (addle horse, a fast
trotter. Sold by order of tho executor of Henry Hilton,
deceased. ATso, a thoroughbred Cngliah saddle mare,
warranted sound aad kind, eight years old, aad (old be
cause tho owaar ha* no further uic for her.
Henry h. leeds. auctioneer.? by h. h.
Leeds A Co.? On Friday, March 2L 1851, at 10>. o'clock,
at the tale* room, 8 Wall street, household furniture, con
sisting of wardrobes, chai.s, rockers, office and sewing
chairs, suit* of carved rosewood in crimson plush, lace eur
taina, pier glastes, cornices, bedsteads, etc. Immediately
after the above, book* ? a lot of Engliih and French book/,
by standard author*.
JOHN KEESE, AUrTIONEER? OIL PAINTINGS, EV
pravinps, and books. ? Mrssr*. Lymaa A Co. will sell, on
Saturday evening, at 7 o'clook. at their sates rooms. U77
Bnalway, a valuable collection of splendid ail paintings,
richlj framed; alao, flne engraving*, books, Ac.
MB. BUTLER. AUCTIONEER? PUBLIC ADMINIS
. trator's xale&f a grocery atoro? On Friday, March 24,
at 10W ?'clock, at IK! Centre street, corner of Franklin, the
.an tire stook, fixturoc, and uncxjt'rcd terra of lease, of the I
grocery st^re of tho Iwte Louis Nkschlag, deceased, consist- ,
tag of a goreral assortment of groceries, linnors, ale, icgari, ,
sugsrs, teac, coffee, spv e*. molass* :. candles, *oaj>, butter,
cheese, IsHl, Ae. Alsi, fnrnlture, sofa, heddiag, ohaltf,
loocfcinp glances, carpet, sto\e?, Ae. lty order of
IW-TER B. k'VEENY, F.ubliu Administrator. |
MICVAXf KERRIGAN, AUCTIOtf EKR-STORE NO
1534'hathaa' street.? Vnrniture tbi.i day, at 10 o'clook,
at No. <5^tidge street, consign* of mahp?any chair?, took
ing do. ; Iquuge, feather bods ab<1 bedding, wearing apparel
of the first quality, ?wo splendil gold watches and chain*,
chandelier*, t'arge mtrror, muaicaf box, four splendid cane
rice, An , Ao. I
eOTK E -TO BE SOLD AT ACTION TO PAY EX
neiuu s. en the.id day of April next, at 12o'vlook at the
Vp Head, Twenty fourth street. one bay hor.se, left on
farm now o.<<<dpied by Mr*. Thornfon, on Newtown
t reek, near the landing of Uio Twenty third street ferry
. F. TIIOKS JON.
RAM FOWLS, COUNTER, AC., AT AUCTION ,-TIIIS
day, at l?H < clock. at 5T Day itreet. corner of Green
wich, a large tarkty of mUcellaaeoa* goods, Yankee no
tion*, teas, t . nee*. segsrs, tobacco, etampagae, braady, Ac.
At MoVlor k. n lot of rare fowls: onittagnng.Coehia Chinas, i
i ?id otl er l i i . broad*. Also, ine fruit or grooerr conn '
???. WKMJNOTON A. UART1R AnctlS.eer
R" C YemVTaUCTIW BALI OF
i* fugitin, piano fori**, rioh china ud glasswaro,
? * , carpets, Me., this day, (Friday) ?1W< ? e,ook<f1T
au street, two doors from Fulton. K. C. Kesap WlU
mirrors,
86 Xarno
NU at auction, *p* above, all the furniture of ? Urge anil
beautifully famished house, removed for oonronionoo or
?ale, and confuting of one superior roeewood JO**"..'*;'**.?
pianoforte. eo.t 1600 and but little used, tapestry, Brussels
and other carpets, pier glasses, oil paintings, ?' ,
wood parlor furniture with ilip oevers, oentre table*,
rich china vases and ornaments, rosewood and other wokj
Jw^Kea<f? *eaiTe"^t"ehai.r?7 and" all Vlie usual variety of a
large well fnmiehed house lil^oleyk, jftjiff US?! JJi
? ? <v .ni| 7 octave pianoforte*, of excellent tone and
fimsh, from maker* of good reputation and which are fo'ly
warranted and Dartieularly worthy the attention of thoee
ii^ntof ??od i ii s trume n ts ; al.o a lot of Mhool desks. Ac.
Catalogues on the morning of *ale.
SYLVESTER STOVER, AUCTIONEER. ? SALE OF
furniture to morrow, at lOJi o'clock, at 1,144 Broadway,
confuting of parlor, dining room, chamber and kitchen fur
niture. Sale positive, without reserve, rain or (Line. Far
ticular* tomorrow.
WILLIAM WITTERS, AUCTIONEER. WILL SELL
ou Saturday, at 10)4 o'eloek A. M., at 187 Canal street,
a largo and desirable aiiortmcut of household furniture,
consisting of *ofa* . rooking and other chair*, rosewood cen
tre and pfcr table*, pier guiiei, elegant tapestry and ether
carpet*, ball oilcloths, mahogany wardrobes, bookcase,
window curtains, rosewood etegere, mahogany dining ana
tea tables, plated caster, do. tray*, fork* and spoon*, maho
gany Gothic bedsteads, hair matireescs, feather Veils, marble
top dressing bureaus, waahstands, toilet set*, Ac., together
with all the furniture usually found la a well furnished
bouse, and kitohen utensils.
BUSOBLLAIEOCI. ~
Anew patent.? h. o. elmer'S saw oummer,
jointer and filer, for saw mill and circular s^w* with
out removing them from the stock*. A vast amount of mo
ney can be made on these machine*, as they wil pay ISO per
cent profit. Right* for Ml* by State* or oountiea. This is a
rare chance for per*on* desirous of travelling.
ABEL BLAEESLEE, General Agent, 247 Washington st.
Brick mouldeb? patented ism? warranted
durable, easily worked. An ordinary hand oan mould
20.000 briok in one day. The points which this machine ex
cels other* in, can be fully explained in a circular, with in
structions to put it in operation. Apply, post paid, to RIP
LEY A REED, New York. Price $100.
R. SCRIBNER'S INVALUABLE OAK OIL-A SAFE,
successful and mild application for burns, bruises, fresh
D
wounds, cut*, and gatherings, it is found to be one of the
most suceesaful application*. It* powerful astringent pro
perties in allaying inflammation render it beneficial in caaes
od eyes; fi
of inflamed eyes; for sore throat a gargle of the oak oil gives
instant relief. In that obstinate disease known as the piles,
its application has never been known to fail. For sale by
druggists generally, and by DAY A TAN DEUSKN. propri
etors, 114 Chambers street, N. Y. Price per bottle, with
directions, 26 cents.
DR. WESSELHOEFT'S water curb, brattle
boro', Vt., continues to reoeive patients, for whose re
covery and comfort the undersigned pledge t lie in selves to
spare no pains, that they may maintain the fame of the es
talilishment. Its provisions for hydropathic purposes are
unrivalled, and its supply of pure soft water is abundant,
cool and palatable at all seasons, without the use of ioe.
MRS. F. WE38ELHOEFT, Proprietress.
DR. E. J. LOENENTHAL, Resident Physioian.
FOB 12* CENTS YOU CAN PURCHASE A TBANS
parent strengthening plaster spread on Canton flannel.
It is pliable, elastic, adhesive, and prompt in relieving pain.
It can be worn on the Joint* ? is particularly adapted te
pain in the Joints, weak lungs, Ac. Physicians of the nighest
ante recommend them. Dr. R. B. NEWMAN, Proprietor,
Hudson street, Nov York, and for sale by druggists ge
nerally.
Gold leaf and dentists' gold foil.? the
first premium was awarded to the undersigned. for the
best gold leaf and dentists' foil, by the American Instituto
for 1863. Gold and silver leaf at tho lowest cash prices.
Dentists' foil, superior quality, $25 per ounce.
J. L. WAUOH, 112 Franklin street
Guano for sale? in lots to suit purchas
crs, by the subscriber, R. W. CAMERON, 116 Wall
street, near Brooklyn ferry.
House warming and ventilating ware
rooms. No. 406 Broadway.? We invito the attention of
builder* and the public generally to otir splendid assortmont
of house warming, ventilating and eookiQg apparatus, com
prising several new patterns of furnaces, ranges, Ac., corn
Lining economy, durability and efficiency. We are prepared
to warm and ventilate, in a superior manner, all classes of
rublic and private buildings upon the most reasonable
erms. A complete assortment of every article in our line
constantly on hand and for sale, wholesale and retail. Rip
powam Coinpaiiy, GEO. L. CANNON, Agent.
IMPORTANT TO LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.? PER
suns desirous of having lasts made to fit the feet, will
find it to their advantage to oall at L. INGLEE'8, leather
and finding store, 11*2 Grand street.
IMPORTANT TO ALL.? AS SPRING ADVANCES IT
becomes highly necessary to prepare the blood for the
approaching heats of summer. The concentrated food used
witt impunity In the winter months now has a tendency
to clog the liver and render the blood thick and sluggish,
giving rise to headaches, dulnesa, and lassitude, and predis
posing us to attacks of severe fever*. A good alterative or
purifying medicine is needed to arouse the energies of the
system, enable it to throw off these dangerous accumula
tions. and reduce tho circulation to a healthy tone. For
this purpose, Dr. MoClintock's Tonio Alterative Syrup is
the best compound that has been discovered in an Immense
practice of thirty years. It is composed purely of vegetable
extracts, combined with sarsaparilla, and is delightfully
palatable to the taste. In all eruptions on the skin, or sores
of long standing, bolls, pimples, mercurial diseases, and all
cemplaints arising from a taint in the blood, Dr McClin
tock s Tonic Alterative Syrup is a sovereign rimedy. Sold
by druggists, and bv A. CUSHMAN A CO., 122 Fulton street,
up stairs. Price $1 in large bottles; six bottler for (5.
LEECHES.? JUST RECEIVED PER LAST STEAMER,
a large lot of middling sited German and Hungarian
leeches, in prime order. For sale in lots to suit purchasers,
at (45 and (SO per thousand, by
F. PATUREL A CO., 200 Pearl street.
Notice to Israelites? cohens passover
bread bakery, No. 40 Peck ilip. between South and
front streets. Best quality, eight cent* per pound,
PHOTOGRAPHIC, ELECTROTYPE. DAGUERREO
type, pyroteehnie, DentUt's, paper stalncrs', and card
manufacturers' materlalsjcyanido potosium. gnllio and pyro
galllc, and aeetie, and nuorio acids; eaustio baryte, and
potara, bysulphuret of earboa: iodine, bromine, chloride,
. and salts gold, distilled quicksilver, rouge; gilding dissolie
rent, adhesive colors, platina, cadmium, oxides of oabalt,
uranium and manganese, nitrates of stroutia and baryta;
chlorate potash, sulphuret and ammoniated copper; damp
| lake, satin and enamel white in pulp, ehlna clay; Thorn's
extract of copaiva, fumigating pastilcs, English poultice
cloth, Ac , 4c , for sale by Dr. L. FEUCHTw ANGER, U1
Maiden lane.
REPLATING.? OLD WARE REPLATED EQUAL TO
new, and warranted, vis.,? spoons, forks, castors, stair
rods, trays, Ac. Apply at 212 Centre street, near Grand, or
office No. 2, up stairs, at 15 John street.
Rich French and american paper hang
ings, at wholesale and retail, ChiMs A Smith, No. 449
Pearl street. Window eornices, larjrcst assortment in the
city, at wholesale and retail, by CHILDS A SMITH, 449
Pl'url street.
SHOW CASES.? HOFFMAN k FERESH S SHOW CASE
war* room, No. 67 Bowery, near Walker street. Case*
made in every style? silver plated, brass, rosewood, ma
hogany, Ae. N. B.? Old eases taken in exohange.
SPECTACLES, GOOD AND CHEAP, ACCURATELY
adjusted to vision, and exchanged free, If not satisfae
tory, 6v Professor FRANKS, Optician by diploma to tho Now
York Eye Hospital, and spectacle maker to the Eye Infirm
ary, No. 2 Park row, opposite the Astor House, and at 62
Bowery.
SPECIAL NOTICE.? THE MONTH OF MARCH IS
peculiarly dangerous to all who are troubled with weak
lungs or chronic diseases of the throat. Delays are often
fatal. Those who have coughs should use immediately the
prescription of some well Known medioal man. Dr. Me.
ClintocVs Pectoral Syrnp has proved,iu a practice of thirty
years, the best, safest, and pleasantest ?-omp innd ever used
by that eminent professor of medicine. It is sold by the
principal druggists in this city, and by A. CU3HMAN A
CO., 122 Fulton street, up stairs.
TO PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS.? THE SUBSCRI
W?. type founders, N os. 29, SI and 33 Bookman street,
near the Park, New York, beg to return their thanks for all
past favors, and assure their friends and the printing publlo
that they have added very many new and elegant
fancy faces, and other articles to their heretofore extensive
collection, all of which, together with their new series of
Sootch cut faces, from pearl to gToat primer, which have
given su?-h universal satisfaction for their durability and
beauty, they are prepared to furnish on as reasonable
terms, for cash or credit, as anv other type founder in th
country. Every article requirea in printing establishments
from a shooting stick to a mammoth press, furnished atii j
lowest manufacturing prices. JAMES CONNER A SONS.
The materials on which this paper is printed are from the
above establishment.
i mo BUILDERS AND SHIPPERS.? N. WHEATON, ?
J. Canal street, wholesale . and retail dealer in do<*'
{ sashes, blinds, Ac . hae on hand in bis wareroome a lat('
. assortment of the above articles, manufactured of the best
| lumber, and kiln dried; iaside and outside shatters, shutter
blinds, Gothie and otroular sashes, panel work, Ae., of a!)
descriptions, made to order at tho shortest notioe and in
tbe best manner. Window glass, and a general assortment
of bnilder's hardware, constantly on hand, and for sale at
the lowest prices.
WAR TO THE KNIFE. SOU ND~TH~B~ TRUMPETS,
beat the drums, tremble, rognes, we come? we eom*.
Thirty years being past since I first discovered the valuable
, properties of the horse radish. During that period of time,
' 1 have exhausted my purse, depreciated my mental and
physioal powers to encourage the cultivators; also to pro
mote and bring it before this people. Having lost co ntldenoe
In their integrity, I now offer good inducements to some hon
est farmers To my patrons, that have sustained mothrough
tbe struggle, I shall ever be gratefnl, assuring them that I
shall use alt exertions to throw fhe current of prosperity in
tbeir fav?r. A11 communications post, p .id, directed to
Capt. Post, corner of av?nue C and Sixth street, New York,
will be diligently attended to.
HOTEL!
COOPEE .HOUSE, BROA DWAY, N EA R T H E HROAn
way theatre. Our Canadian frlenda visiting tho States
this summar will find the gam* attention to their w.ints and
comforts as last season. We shall endeavor to furnish them
*good English dinner, combined with tnacy delicacies in the
renchttyle. Dinner a* 3 and 4 o'clock. Board |2 per dav
Al.hERT J. PEASE A BROTHER, Proprietors.
GRAMERCY HOUSK. 90S BROADWAY.? THIS HOTEL
is not to be surpassed for the very line and handsomely
fitted up aparUncntait I as. The proprietor Laslust furnish
ed several new snits of rooms for i?uilles ana single gentle
men, wi'.h or without board, which oan be had at moderate
priccs. L. DOS A DI
THE WAVFRLET'neCSE, 897 BROADWAY, COR
ner of Fonrth street, on the European plan, will ba
opined on Thnraday. J.'id kist. Since the death or the for
mer proprietor tbe house has been thoroughly repaired, and
furnished for a genteel, quint residence, 'fhe subscriber
hop** bv attention to the waits nl his "iicsts, t > receive a
share of publlo patronage. Meals furnished at Jeshrod.
JOHN L. MOORE, foeri rly of tho Croton Hotel.
UNWN HOUSE, OPPOSITE UNION RAILROaIT DE
A,bf!ly Troy, N. Y.? This house will he
open tofie pnblfo on ?r about the iid March. Th? h- use is
?" w, and ,-s fitted up with all the in >dern improvements. and
j* in a superior manner. The proprietor wwld be
iof? any of his old friends, Mso thoM of the travel
ling publtawho may favor hta with a call.
J- W. STEARNS, Proprietor.
PRIXTIWH I.VK, ~
PRINTtNG IWX.-JOHN VuGHfMODY IS CON
stantly manufwluring, snd kjualwafa oa b,Bd- ?ary
des< ription ef printing ink, from tho In est black and colored
to daws ink, which he warrants eqnal to any aver maaufao
tared, and at as low prices as caa be told by any regn
lar manufacturer Ord?v? forwarded, by steauiwiat or rail
read, to any part of the eoantry, by addreaaing a uta to ma
At No. 3* Rom street.
N. B.?lhis paper is printad with my naws inV : ?;?? a
rreit many ether newspapers In thia elty. Vbilek'c.ipttn,
Tiestor. Rvtimore, New Orient s, aM ctfeo eltlti ttv
tB ttutd Ststes.
-cwm LIVBBPOOL-UNITBD 8TATBS MAIL 8TB AM
P Alp PACIFIC, Nye, commander.? Thl* iMwUp will
iiHri with Ui CiltM BUM* ulli for Europe, positively,
?a April 1, 1Mb bar berth, at Us* foot of Carnal
street. Tar freight or passage, having unequalled aooom
??iiUou far iIwun or eomfort, apply to.
SDWARD K. COLLINS, 56 WaU Kmi
PaiMBfOTi ara requested to ba oa board at UU A. M.
The steamship Atlantic will succeed the P actio, aad Mil
April 15.
Liverpool and Philadelphia steamship
Company ? Th? City of Glaigow not having arrived,
cannot Mil baa this part for Liverpool an Saturday. 25th
last., at pruvlonily advertised. Ob her arrival Immediate
notice will be given of her day of Miliug.
_ 8AMUEL SMITH, Agent.
THE LIVERPOOL AND PHILADELPHIA STEAM
?hip Company intend itarting their favorite steamships
riov riXLiDILPMlA.
City of Glasgow Saturday.. .March V, 1854.
City of Manchester Saturday . .April 16, 185ft.
City of Glasgow Batarday. . .May IS, 186ft.
City of Man cheater Saturday. ..Jane J, 1854.
City of Philadelphia About June 17, 1854.
r*OM UTIINOk .
City of Glasgow. .Wednesday, March 1, 1854.
City of Mancheiter Wednesday, March tL 1854.
City of Glaagow W ednisday, April 19, 1854.
City of Manchester Wednesday, May 10, 1854.
City of Philadelphia. ...About May 24, 186ft.
Saloon WO, 105, and $55, (according to ftate room*.)
A limited number of third elan paasennrs will be takes
and found with comfortably cooked provisions, for
?X to Liverpool j $40 from Liverpool.
Partial wishing to bring out their friends ean obtain eer
tiluates of paaaage, and draft* on Liverpool, in jam* of ?1
sterling and upward*. Apply to SAMUEL SMITH, Agent,
42 Walnut itreet, Philadelphia.
TAPSCOTT8 LINE FOB LIVERPOOL.? PACKET OF
the 24th March. ? The splendid new ellppcr *hip EMER
ALD ISLE, Captain Geo. B. Corniih, will positively sail a*
above, her regular day. Thote about proceeding to Europe,
or lending for their friend*, (honld examine the accommo
dation* of thi* noble chip before engaging eliewhere. For
panage in cabin, second cabin, and iteerage. apply on hoard,
at pier 37 Ea*t river, or to W. k J. T. TAPSCOTT * CO., M
Sonth itreet P. S.? The Emerald 1*1* will *ail from Liver
pool oa the l?t May.
FOB SOUTHAMPTON AMD HAVRE.? THE U. S.
mail (teamihlp FRANKLIN, J. A. Wotton, commander,
will leave for Havre, touching at Southampton to laud the
mail* aad passengers, on Saturday, April 8, at 12 o'clock,
from pi?r No. 4, N R. Price of pauage, first elan, $120;
do. do. do. second do., $70. Luggage not wanted daring
the voyage ihonld be lent on board the day before calling,
marked "below." No freight will be taken after Thursday,
0th. For freight or pa si age, apply to MORTIMER LIV
INGSTON, agent, 53 Broadway.
FOR SOUTHAMPTON AND BREMBN.? THE UNITED
State* mail iteamer WASHINGTON. E. M. Fitoh, com
mander, will *all for Bremen, touohlug at Southampton to
land the mail* and pasienger* for England and Franoe, on
Saturday, March 25, from pier No. 3, North river. Price of
fa flrit cabin, main Mlooo $120
In flr?t oabln, lower Mloon 100
In second oabln 60
An experienced inrgeon li attached to each iteamer. All
letter! muit pan through the Poit office. Specie delivered
in Havre ana London. For pannage or freight, apply to
C. H. SAND, Agent, 26 Soatn street.
The iteamer Hermann will succeed the Washington, and
Mil April 22.
STEAM BETWEEN NEW TORK AND GLASGOW.?
The Glaagow and New York Steamship Company'* new
(teamen GLASGOW, 0,002 tons, 400 hone power.) Robert
Craig, eommaador, and NEW YORK, (2,400 torn, 800 hone
rower.) will leave New Vork for Glasgow ai under, via. : ?
aturday, March 18, at 12 o'clock M., and Wednesdav, May
10, at 12 o'clock, M. Flrit cabin laloon itatoroomi, $90; do.
midship* do., $75; Mcond cabin, $80: third clasi, $25. Apply
to JOHN ModYMON, 33 Broadway.
PACKETS TO HAVRE? SECOND LINE ? THE FOL
lowing ihipi will leave Havre on the 16th aad Now
Yerk on the lat of each month :?
From New York. From Havre.
Ship ST. DENIS, ) Jan. 1. Feb. 16.
1,0W ton* burthen, ? May 1. Jane 16.
Alonso Fellansbec, matter. J Sept. 1. Oct. 16.
Ship ST. NICOLAS, J Feb. 1. Mar. 16.
1,000 tons burthen, > Jane 1. July 16.
John Bragdon. master. } Oct. 1. Nov. 16.
New shlpMBKCURY, j Mir. 1. Apr. 16.
Jf
L400 ton* burthen, > July 1. Aug. 16.
R. D. Ccnn.msiter. ) Nov. 1. Deo. 16.
Ship WILLIAM TELL, J Apr. 1. May 16.
(new) 1,200 tom burthen, > Aug. 1. Sept. 16.
Jamo* Funk, master. \ Deo. 1. Jan. 16.
They are all first claa* New York built ihips, provided
with all reqniilte article* for the comfort and convenience
ef passengers, and commanded by men of experience in this
trade. The price of passage is $100, without wine* or liquor*. i
Good* sent to the subscribers will be forwarded free from
any charges but thoie actually incurred.
BOYD k HINCKEN, Agent*, 151 Pearl street.
TEW YORK AND CALIFORNIA STEAMSHIP LINE,
_N via Nicaragua? The Aocessory Transit Compnny of j
Nicaragua, proprietor*.? Through in advance of the mall. I
Only line giving through ticket!, including the Iithmns
croning. The new double engine Hoamshlp NORTHERN
LIGHT. (2,500 ton* burthen.) will leave from pier No. 3
North river, at three o'clock, P.M., precisely, for San Juivn
Del Norte, on Wedneidav, April 5, connecting with the new
and favorite iteamshlp Brother Jonathan, (2,000 torn bur
then,) over the Nicaragua Tramit route, having but twelve
miles of land transportation, by first class carriages. These
steamers are unsurpasied in their ventilation and accommo
dation!. For further information or passage, apply only to
CHABLES MORGAN, Agent, 5 Bowling Green.
US. MAIL LINE FOR CALIFORNIA, VIA ASPIN
? wall and Panama.? Lowest prices, superior steamen.
Extension of the Panama Railroad. Arrangements for (he
Mle in this eity of tiekets for the transit or the Isthmus,
forming the most agreeable and safe route, through in ad
vance of all other lines. Tiie United States Mail Steamship
Compaay intend to despatch to Aspinwall on Wednesday,
Aprils, at 2 o'clock P. M., from pier foot of warren street,
the fast sailing steamship ILLINOIS, Capt. H. J. Hart
stene, U. S. N., to connect at Panama with the Pacific Mall
Steamship Company's steamer OREGON, Capt. ? .
The extension of the railroad makes the passage across the
Isthmus praetictfilo in one day, a consideration that will
induce all who value their health and comfort to select thi 4
route. Mr. Hinckley, (late forwarder for A4ams k Co., on
the Iithmns,) has perfected his arrangements for t'ae transit
of panengers and their baggage from Aipinwall to Panama.
Tickets can be obtained for the transit from J. W. Carring
ton, at Adams A Co.'*. 50 Broadway, or at 177 West stroet.
Tic accommodations for passengen of all clawei are un*ur
faised, aad particular attention I* paid to the deadline** of
he steerage. For freight or paw age apply at the office of
the companiea, 177 West (treat, to C. A. WHITNEY.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO? INDEPENDENT LINE ?
Ju. W. Croat, proprietor of Atlantic steamer; Edward
Mill*, proprietor or Pacific steamer.? The celebrated new
anil double engine steamship NORTH STAR, 2,ftOQ tons
burthen, will leave NeW York for Aspinwall, on Wednesday,
April ft, at 3 o'clock, P. M., precisely, from the foot of Har
rison itreet, N. R., to connect with the new and aplcndid
?teamer Yankee Blade, 2,100 tons burthen. It is exported
that the passengers by these ships will go through to San
Francisco in 21 or 22 days. For tickets, apply only to
JASf. M. CROSS, No. 9 Battery place.
UNITED STATES NAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY FOR
New Orleans via Havana, sailing at two o'clock P. M.,
from pier foot of Warren street, carrying the government
malls. This company intend to dospatch, on Monday, March
27, the steamer CRESCENT CITY, Capt. Henry Wlirflle.
Freight taken to New Orleans at forty oents per onhic foot,
will be received on 23d inst.; speefe only taken on freight tu
Havana. Shippers will be furnished with the blank form of
the bill of lading, signed by this company, on application.
No bills of lading signed after the sailing of the vessel. For
freight or passage, apply at the ofliee of the company, 117
West street. M. O. ROBERTS.
Australia. ? pioneer line op monthly
Packets, carrying the United States mall. ? The Ame
rican clipper ship NIGHTINGALE, 1.006 tons register,
will be despatched about the 20th of April for Melbourne, as
sixteenth snip of this line. The Nightingale was built ox
preisly for exhibition at the World's Convention. in London,
tier saleon cabin is not surpassed in point of comfort, hav
ing been built at an immense expense. Passengers who
will pay the rates charged by the Great Britain will be gua
ranteed she makes the passage In less time than the Orcat
Britain, i'lani of the cabins will be forwarded by mail to
intending passengers. For freight or passage apply to R.
W. CAMERON, 116 Wall street.
Australia.? .clipper line.? the splendid
picket ship PRINCE DE JOIN VILLE, now losding at
8ier20. East river, will sail for Melbourne, Port Philip, on
lie 10th April. For balance of oarsro and cabin pase.-\ge.
apply at once to W. T. Dugan. 37 South street; Ifailler A
Lord. 10b Wall street. Arkell A Elliott. 140 Pear ctreet.
FOR SAVAWAn AND FLORIDA? UNITED STATES
Mail Line.? The new and splendid steamship AUGUSTA,
Thos. Lyon, will leave on Saturday, March 2ft, at 4 o'clock,
P. M., from pier No. 4 North river.
No. 4 North river. Apply to
SAMUEL L. MITCH1XL, 13 Broadway.
.LE, C. D. Ludlow, will leave on Wedne
The KNOXYILLE, C. D. Ludlow, will leave on Wednes
day. March 29. Through ticket* from New York to Jack
sonvllle, $31; Ptlatka, $33.
FOR SAVANNAH.? FARE REDUCED.-THE NEW
and splendid side wheel steamship STATE OF OEOR
(jlA, Capt. J. J. Carvin, Jr., carrying the United Statos
mail, will leave Philadelphia for Savannah on Wednesday,
March 29, at 10 o'clock A. M., from the wharf above Vine
street. Iu speed and strength, and every arrangement for
the comfort and convenience of passengers, \hl< shin li un
surpassed. Fare from Philadelphia, $20; steerage, $1 The
KEYSTONE STATE leaves as above the following Wednes
day. Agents in Philadelphia. HERON A MARTIN, No. 37*
North wharves; in Savannah, C. A. L. LAMAR.
FOR CHARLESTON AND FLORIDA? SF.MI WEEKLY
United States mail line. The new and fast goingstcain
er UNION, R. Adams, commander, will leavo pier No. 4
North river on Saturday, March 2ft. at4o'olock P.M. nre
cisely. Forfreigbt apply on hoard, where all bills of ledine
will be signed, and for passage at the office of SPOFFORD.
T1I.B8TON A CO., SO Broadway. Throngh tickets to
Florida as follow* : ? To Jacksonville, $31; to Pilatka, $33.
FOR VIRGINIA, CAROLINA, QEORfllA, Ac -THE
United States mail steamship JAMESTOWN. Captain
Cavendy will leave pier 13 North river, on Saturday, March
26, at4 o'clock P.M., for Norfolk, Petersburg, and Rich
mond. Time to Norfolk aboat twenty-four hours. Passen
gers arriving there can take the Seaboard and Roanoke,
and Wilmington and Manchester railroads to Augusta.
Atalanta Charleston, Ae. Passage and fare to Norfolk, $1;
to Petersburg and Riohmond. $10. steerage half price. For
freight apply on board, and for passage to
LUDLAM A PLEASANTS, 32 Broadway.
QCBOONF.RS FOR SALE.? TWO CENTRE HOARD
City, can be bought
Jersey City, on board
s Vie A FT V/ V
k5 schooners at Northpoint, Jerscw City, can be bought
cheap. Apply to 8. M. HOFFMAN, Jerse,
rURMTUHJb.
A SMALL FAMILY GOING SOUTH WISH TO DIS
pose of their furniture. Apply Immedlntoly. to
N. H. HASLAM, 3?i Broadway.
A FAMILY, WISHING TO MAKE AN ADDITION TO
their household furniture, would treat with a party
willing to hire out fnrnlture, with the privilege of pur
chasing it by weekly Instalment*. Address T. M., Furni
ture, Broadway Post Offlce.
ENAMELLCD COTTAGE FURNITURE.? MATHEWS A
STACY, 614 and AM Broadway, who received first me
dal* from the Cryital Palaee and American Institute for the
best suite of enamelled chamber furniture invite the public
te examine their extensive stock. Suit* with hair mattrsee.
straw palU***ss, pHlows and helaier*. from $4Q
Furniture for sale cheap? one rosewood
suit elegantly rarved, two pier glasses, four tables, Ac.
Apply at 160 West Thirty first itreet.
Furniture for bale? a small familt, giving
up housekeeping, will dispose ef their furnlturs oheap.
Address at once, Furniture, Herald eftoe.
Furniture, furniture. -the highest cash
price paid tor furnitare, feather beds, carpets, oilolotb.
fancy articlss, watches, Jewelry, guns, pistols, nautical,
?urgi'-el ind other initiumeiit*. Pcruus residing In Wil
lUmsl twg, BrocHyn. or Jersey Citv, will please address,
post paid., or apply to R. WALTER, oft Division it., N. Y.
EXTRA PAT. v
EXTRaVaV.- ALL UN ITED $TATES NAVY SAILOR!
end marines who served la any United States vessel la
the Pacific. between 1H40 and 186S, or the wldews and hairs
ef each, can pregaotl / obtain their doable par and bounty
Is.ds of EDWARD B78SELI., Agent, nail fiate) Parew
U.S. N. $7 Wall itreet, base meat N. E.-iJUe. Midler*
be eat) Juts ?bt?i*s<l as above.
N1
BW TOU CITY BUSINESS DIBBCTORT? THE
_ following tl?t eonmts of prominent bttMi is (Mk 11m
ef kUllM.
DRY GOODS.
inlKii and fob nan SILKS.
BOWBN, McNAMEE A CO , (Iap'n* Jobb.ru). lUB'ini.
ALFRED 1DWAED8 k CO , (Imp'" AJob.)..9All Park?.
frbnch, swiss add ainui dry mon
AUGUST WETTER, (Importer) 19 Broil limt.
Donu lunn, wl duck, bto.
CAMERON k BUTT, (ImporUrt) k) Broad street.
VK. BRAND A CO., (laportsrs) 43 Plat stroet.
UMjnLiniT aooDS, bmbroidebibb aid tbuuhnm.
8. SRAHLHE1M A CO., (Importer.) ? Broadway.
sentlemkn's fvbnismins boom.
J. M. DAT1BS, JONES A CO., (Importer. ud VubCmIit
ere) 104 sad 106 William ilmt
C- B. HATCH k CO., (Impor's Bad Man'.). 97 William street.
clothino and furnishing boom at wholbbalb.
HANFORD k BRO V Park row, opposite Astor Hobs*.
uow' bbbm tbimmingb, bibui wool, rliMH, simps,
TiMELi, BUTTONS, *TO.
EOHL8AAT BROS., (ImporUr* A Jobksrs)..48 John street.
CHA8. FEICKERT, (Maaufactarer) 37 I>ey stroet.
ABOHlTBCTfl.
F. DIAPER 40 Wall strsst.
EICH'D UPJOHN A C0.77 Trinity Buildings, 111 Broaway.
AGRICULTURAL WtlMOVta
X. L. ALLEN, (late A. B. Allen A Co-).18B A 191 Water street.
AGENT MX FOREIGN PATENTS.
JOSEPII J. P1KSS0N A Wall s*r?st.
AYERAOB ADJUSTER AND IBSURANOB BBOKEB.
WALTER R. JONES, Jb 90 WaU stmt.
ABOHKBCtt.
HOWARD DANIELS (Landscape Gardener). 251 Broadway.
JOHN W. RITCH MS Broadway, eor. of Bleeeker it.
AMEBICAN AID FOBEION RUBBER OOODS.
UNION INDIA RUBBER CO., (Maaafaeturer). . 19 Nassaa.
AMEBIC AH OBBAH SOAP.
COWLES A CO., (Manufacturers). ..284 Washington ItrMt.
LITHOGRAPHERS.
GEORGE HAYWARD 190 Water street.
ADVERTISING AGENTS.
S. M. PETTENGILL k CO 122 Nassau street.
BAlfXBRB.
DUNCAN, SHERMAN A CO 42 William strset.
BULLION DEALERS AND BANKERS.
BEEBE A CO 47 Wall street.
GEO. C. SB ALLEY 68 WaU street.
BROKERS AND BULLION DEALERS.
WETMORE, ROBERT A CO., (Stock Brokers, Ac..)
No. 12 Wall street.
BOOKSELLERS AND PUBLISHERS.
A. S. BARNES A CO., (Natioaal School Series). .SI Joha St.
BRITANNIA AND PLATED WARE, CUTLEBY, JAPANBRT,
Ac., Ac.
J. k C. BERRIAN, (wholesale nnd retail doalors) Cooking
UteBslls. Tin, Wood, and Willow Wars, Refrigerators,
Meat Safes, Ac 001 Broadway.
ballabd's premium haib dtb.
New and improved editiou, the cheapest and best in the
world, for sale or applied.. .OAoe 333 Broadway, np stairs.
CARPETING*.
PETERSON A HUMPHREY. .379 Broadway, eor. White st.
DBUOOIST.
E1NSLEY k DARLINO, (Wholesale Dealers). .82 Vesey it.
_ daooebbbottpbb;
9S? S A' " "?- Broadway.
(The oldest and most extensive in the United .States.)
DEFIANCE SALAMANDER. SAVES, AND GOFFIN's DSFIANCB
LOOKS AND CROSSBARS.
ROBERT B. PATRICK, (Manufacturer).. ,192 Pearl itrest.
ENCAUSTIC TILES AN DGABNBIRK CHIMNEY TOPS.
BILLER, COATES A YULE, (Importers). ..279 Poarl street.
EXPRESSES? SHIPPING MERCHANTS.
EDWARDS, 8ANDFORD A CO., (Foreign). ..36 Broadway.
engravers, wood? The beet work done hero.
W. HOWI-AND. ...229 Broadway, 1 door above Astor House.
J. W. ORR 73 Nassau street.
ENGRAVERS, SAID, ALSO STATIOWBRT.
J. N. CIMBREDF. ..088 Broadway and8 Metropolitan Hall.
THOMAS T. bWENEY 8 09 Broadway.
FRENCH WINDOW SLAM.
J. H. FOILLON A CO., (Importers) 34 Barelay itrset.
FISHING TACKLE.
J. B. CROOKS A CO., (Impt. and Manuf.)..30 Fulton street.
GRINDSTONES.
J. S. WHITNEY A CO. .No. 4 South and 36 Waihington sts.
INDIA RUBBER SHOES, WHIPS, CLOTHING AND BALLS.
NEWARK INDIA RUBBERMANUF. CO., 59 Maiden lane.
LAW BOOKSELLERS AND PUBLISHERS.
BANKS, GOULD A CO 144 Nasiatl street.
LIGHTNING RODS.
A. M. QUIMBY A SON. .Office* 132 East 27th and 18 Nauaa.
LAMP AND GAS FIXTURES.
DEITZ, BROTHER A CO, (Manufaetarerit)..136 William st.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
CARGILL A CO., (Importer* and Manuf.). ..47 Maiden lane.
CHARLES BRUNO, (Importer and Manuf.).. 2 Maiden lane.
MAHOGANY AND ROSEWOOD.
S. A C. W. HOLUHTON, (all fanoy woods). ...90 Walker at.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, STRINGS, ETC.
F. ZOGBAUM A CO., (Importer*) 97 Maiden lan?.
NEEDLES, FISH HOOKS AND FISniNG TACKLE.
THOMAS II. BATE, (Importer and Manuf.). . 35 Maiden lane.
LOOKING GLASSES AND PICTURE FRAMES.
JOHN S. W1LLARD 440 Pearl street, (near Chatham )
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, EDGE TOOLS. ETC.
C. S. LITTLE, (Imp'r and Gen'l Dealer) 32 and 34 Fulton fct.
PRINTERS ? PAMPBLETS, CIRCULARS, CARDS, ETC.
J. H. 8CHULTZ A CO., (every description,)... .122 Nassau st.
PAINTS, OILS, ETC.
REYNOLDS A DEVOE 100 Water st.
POLISHED PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS.
F.HOPKINS A BROS, (Importers.) 61 Barclay it.
PAPTR WAREHOUSES.
CYRUS W. FIELI) A CO. (wholesale dealers). . . 11 Cliff st.
DUNCAN, LEWIS A BARTOW 161 William ?t.
PLANISHED TIN AND JAP A NKD W AR K.
HODGETT3, TAY I.OR A HODGETTS.dnanf) 16U William st.
SEW iNO MACHINES.
AMERICAN MAGNETIC SEWING MACHINE CO.,
3U7 Broadirsy.
sriRiTUAL telegraph >swetkly paper).
PARTRIDGE A liKll TAIN, 'spiritual book?, AO
300 Broadway.
SHIP BREAD A3D CRACKERS.
ERASTU8 TITUS Waahington it.
EPHICIAM TREAD WELL A SON S, 247 Washington
and 2m Front sts.
TOTS AND FANCT GOODS.
J. Ani.BORN A CO m Maiden lane and 28 Liberty st.
J. W. HOLBEKTON, (fireworks,) S3 Maiden lane
WINDOW FRAMES. DOORS, SASHES AND BLINDS.
J. FROTHINGHAM A CO., (manfacturcrs,), , . tfl Bookman.
Any additions to the above list should be brought to the
office of S. M. PETTENGILL A CO., No, 122 Na-i.au street.
BLACKING AND INKS? DUN LOP'S VEGETABLE MANUFACTUR
ING EMPORIUM.
C. G. EVERETT, (Sole Proprietor,) 36 Gold street, N. T.
Tin boxes and canisters in endless variety, by machinery;
superior to the best, cheaper than the cheapest; alio drug
gists' tin w?re in general.
NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING.
S. M. PETTENGILL A CO., No. 122 Nassau street, New
York, have made inch arrangements with the best andm'j.t
Widely circulated journals in the United States and Canada,
that they are enabled to make a saving of time and evpense
to the advertisers who do business through them. They sa
int the best papers, and advertise conspicuously, at the
vry lowest prices, and always keep the interest of their
customers la view. Merchants and others are invited to call
on hlas.
KM ANClAli.
finn T0 LOAN? ON diamonds, watches,
WoUiVuv jewelry, Ac., or bought for otth. Good city
stocks, Bote*, bonds and mortgage!, and bills of exchange
negotiated. All basiaess confidential. Apply at the watch
importing and loan office, 10U Naiian street, corner if Ann,
room No. 2.
AC AAA WANTED ON BOND AND MORTGAr.E
??J.UUU on first clssa city property, worth double the
amount reqnlrod. Apply to T. M ANSON, d> ntlst, 20 Eighth
avenue, near Abinguou square.
AAA OR $6,000.? THREE FRENCH WORKMEN,
?(PeJ.Uv/U who perfectly understand their line of busi
ness, and who can give the bent of recommendation*! as to
capacity find good conduct, wish to lind a capitalist who
, would advance the above aum. For particular* address
? Morel, Herald Offise.
<SH nnn ?ANY ONE CAN INVEST - (ID AMOUNT
?Jp _L.UU"? in a aafo enterprise in t lii-t city, where It will
earn 20 per cent, by addressing, witii real nam ... C. A. B.,
Herald office, stating where an interview may be had.
<J>nAA ? A PERSON HAVING TIIE A HOVE
. amount to loan will find n profitable invest
ment for a short period, either by way of loan or tho taking
a am all interest in a flourishing business, by addreaaing a
line to G. P., $40 Fourth atreet.
AT.ADY HAVING SOME FITRN ITrilE. WISHES TO
find aome one who will lend her (X) on it. W ould like
to go South, as lady'a maid. Addrcaa Amilie, Broadway
Poat Office.
Dividend.? the directors of the gold hill
Mining Company have this day declared a dividend of
two per cent Irom the buainean of tho third two month*,
endig the 12t.lt Inat., and payable on the lat of April. The
transfer booka will be cloned from the .10th to Slat inat.,
both inclusive. J. H. SMITH, President.
MII.WAUKIF. BONDS ?THE INTEREST COUPONS
of bend* of the rlty of MMwaukle, falling dne on Slat
Murtli iii'tnnt. and 20th April next, will be raid at the of
fice of STRACHAN A SCOiT, 51 William atreet.
Manhattan savings institution, cis broad
way, near Bleeuker atreet. op?n dally from 0 A . M,
to 7 P M Deposits maile in this Institute n on or before
tl e fir?t day of April, will re< live Interest from that date,
payable in July, 6 per crut on %,'M a n .1 under.
E. J BROWN, President.
heVhV mokes. I Vi;C
A. A. Alvohd, Secretary.
Money.? cash advances made on dry goods.
?cgara, watch**, jewelry, diamonds, merchandise, ana
penonal property generally, in aum* to auit. Apply to R.
WOOD, ot? Fulton atreet, second floor, front room. OiBoe
hour* from V A. M. to ft P. M.
MONIY AT 2R9 BROADWAY.? C A Sn ADVANCES
?lade on mercliandiae, j ewelry, ailver ware, watchea,
diamonds, pianos, or any other property; alao the above
bought for cash. Bu*lne*e confide ntial Broadway up
?tain, from 9 to 8 o'cloek. The highest price* paid In cash.
WANTED? BUILDER'S LOAN OF ?l,400. ON PRO
perty in wthe Ninth ward, Brooklyn. Plt-aso addreu
H. Herald office. _____
\rr AN TED? $1,000, OV BOND AND MORTGAGE. FOR
v? twelve er eighteen months, on aDiociiinhered prop< rty,
valued at$4,AOO, for which a l. /al nercentage and a bonaa
will be paid. Address W. D. Cray, Tribune office.
DAGl E IIH EOTYPE S .
DAOrKRREOTYPES Ol' THE SICK AND DEAD.? I
The underaigned ia the only one who slvee hia entire at !
tention to taking daguerreotype llkenosaea of the aiek aad
deceased. All will comprehend the advantage of aocuring
the service* of one whose experience haa enabled him to ae
inre nniveraal satisfaction. Orders left at my office will
meet with prompt attention.
S. I>. HUMPHREY, Broadway.
ASTROU)QT ^
M ADAME^IOBROW IS, WITHOUT EXCEPTION,
most wonderful a*triW>gl?t in the world, or that b*
ever been known. She will tell past, present, and future
event*, aad will iho.w your future husband aid absent
frleada, which ha* astonished tlionaand* during her travels la
Europe. She is a saves th daughter of a eeveatfc daughter,
and if at bora with a aatnral gin by iavoking the powers of
b?r wonderful *?tenee to tell even their very tkougkt*. and
will cauae happy pairs to oome together, who will all enjoy
tho greatest happiness of matrimeislnl ?>ll?*. She is a de
seendaat of a line of astrologers reuniting baek for centuries,
aad her predictions are truly aatealshing to all that visit
her. AU who have been disappointed elsewhere, aad these
wno wish a speedy marriage, may esll soon, aad the* may
depead npoa true advice. founded on the tteraal prlleiplea
?f magical seieaec. W Broome street hetvaaa Ctuos .
aad CvfaushU. (JsaUsmta a?t timiltm.
T) OWRBY THBATRB? PROPRIETOR ANDMANAGE1U
X) I. P. Waldroa , Stage Manager, F. C. Wemyss. Time
acti The doors will op?o at 7; curtain rises at 7^ o'clock.
Lower Tier of Boxei, 80 oeats; Upper Tier, 23 cents; Pit and
Gallery. ltW cnti; Private Boxen. 96; S?ats In Orchestra
Boxea. 60 eeats; Seats in Private Boxei. 60 cent*.
Triiiinr eveaing, March 34, will lie performed
LOVE'S SACRIFICE.
Margaret Elmore Mr* T. 8 Hamblin
LA TOUR I>E NESLB.
Bnridan Mr. Bdd^J^Margaret Mm Gray
Oea. Putaam ...... Mr. Derr I Goddes* Miss Hlfnt
Oaeaotah Mr. Johnston | Tioletah Mrs Yeomans
BURTON'S THEATRE, CHAMBERS STREET.? DOORS
open at <V; curtain rises at 7>? o'clock.
Friday ?mb| ""
Archer..
Aim well. % Mr. Filher
Serab Mr. Bartoa
Sir Charles Mr. Norton
Boniface Mr. G. Andrews
tTeabt, March 24, will be pcrtormed
THE BEAUX STRATAGEM,
Mr. Jordan I Foigard
_ Jr Johafton
OlbXet Mr Russell
Sullen Mr. Radcliffe
Mr*. Sullen. ., ,Miu Raymond
, Doriada Mrs. Buckland
Lady Boantifal Mrs. Hughes
Overture), Ac Orohestra
ROBERT MACAIRE.
Macaire Mr. Jordan I Jaequss Strop. , . Mr. Bartoa
Mr. Dumont Mr Rowel! | Charles Mr Norton
National theater, Chatham street.? the
TEMPLE OP THE MORAL DRAMA.
Sole Lessee, Proprietor, and Manager, A. H. Pardy.
Performances at 2 o'clock afteraooa, and 7 la the evening.
TUESDAY EVENING AND EVERY WRDNB8DAY AND
SATURDAY AFTERNOON,
The great original drama of
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN,
Ai performed at the he ok continually siioe the 18th of lait
July.
Uncle Tom Mr. J. Urntard
Si. Clair* Nr. J. B. Howe
Gumptoa Gate .Mr. H. Stoa;
Eva Little Cordelia Howard
Topsy . , Mra. G. C. Howard
Fletcher. ..Mr. G. W. L. Fox
Harris Mr. J. J. Prior
Laaree. . . .Mr. N. B. Clarke
Wflfoa Mr. Toalmln
Ferry Mb L. Fox
Mr*. Bird. ..Mr*. W. G. Jones
RHta Mr*. J. J. Prior
Cassy Mr*. Basniater
Ophelia Mra. Meyer*
lamellae Ml** Barbae
PERFORMANCE EVERY MONDAY, WEDNESDAY,
AND 8ATURDAY AFTERNOONS.
Admiiaion, 26 and 60 oent*; ehildren half-prioe to after
aooa performance only.
THE ORIGINAL GEO. CHRISTY k WOOD'S MIN
(treli, No. 444 Broadway, perform every evening.
Tick eta. JO cent*
Door* oyen at 6*^, commence at 7V o'clock.
Thl* company ha* no connection with any other.
H. WOOD. Baalneu Manager.
GEORGE CHRISTY, Stage Manager.
A Cabd.? < George Christy, wall known for the laat twelve
year* in connection with Ethiopian Minstrelsy, take* tlii*
method of informing the pabliu that he ha* formed a copart
nership with Mr. Henry Wood, of Mimtrel Hall, No. 444
Broadway, at whieh place he will appear every evening.
GEORGE CHRISTY.
BARNUM'S AMERICAN MUSEUM.? ON FRIDAY
evening, at 7>? o'clock, the popular and beautiful
new local moral drama of THE OLD BREWERY, a thrill
ing production. In the afternoon at 3. the Nlcolo Fa
mily, tho Performing Dork, and a oapital farce. The living
Giraffe*. Happy Family, Ac., to be tee a a* uanal. Admit
taaoe 36 seats: ehildren under ten, 12K oeats; first bal
eony and parquet, 12% eent* extra.
THE CAMPBELLS HAVE COME
AT Til*
ST. NICHOLAS EXHIBITION ROOM,
No. 49Q Broadway,
above Broome ftreet, on the block with the St. Nicholas
Hotel.
Second week, commencing
MONDAY, MARCH 20, ISM.
TRIUMPHANT SUCCESS
or
Mukvht, W kst add Piil'i
ORIGINAL CAMPBELL MINSTRELS;
whose chalte, elataic and uniaue Musical Soirees for the
past week have been crowded by the beauty and faahion of
this great metropolis, and all unite in pronouncing them
the very best Troupe of Artists now in the city.
For particulars see programmes.
Ticket*, 25 cents; to be had at the door.
Doors open at a quarter to 7; ooncort commence* at a
quarter to 8, precisely.
On baturday afternoon, 25th Inst., at 2 o'clock, there will
be a performance for the accommodation of families and
stranger*.
TjlRANKLIN MU8EUM, 175 CHATHAM SQUARE.? TW#
r performances given daily, commencing at 3 o'oloek
in the afternoon and half-past 7 in the evening. The above
is the only establishment in the United State* where the
Model Arlista are exhibited, together with a great variety of
unique and original entertainments, sueh as can Le seen la
no other place of amusement In the world.
VTORRI&'S ORIGINAL CAMPBELL MINSTRELS ?
J.V James Norris, Mnnaper of the "Original C.imjhell
Minstrels," takes pleasure in announcing to the public that
the above oelebrated troupe are now ou their return from
their fifth annual Southern anil Western tour, having met
with the moat unbounded success in the principal oities of
the South and West, and will have the honor or appearing
before their numerous friends in all the Northern and East
ern cities in a short time, of which due notice trill be given.
J. N. can boldly, and without fear of oontradiction, assert
that tho Campbell Minstrels under his management aro tin
equalled in point of talent, comprising among it* members
the most celebrated artists in the Ethiopian profession.
TTNCLE TOM'S CABIN,
J at ran
NATIONAL THEATRE,
The Temple of the Moral Drama.
Performances every evening, and every Monday, Wednes
day. and Saturday alternoons.
BUCKLEY'S SERENADERS, 539 BROADWAY.? PAR
ticular notice. ? On W ednesday evening, March 22. the
celebrated Ethiopian delineator, Mr. E. Horn, and the favo
rite banjoist, Mr. T. F. Briggs, will appear, as Mr. G. Swaine
Buckley retires for a short time to recruit his health. Due
notice will be given of hisroappearanee.
A GRAND PANORAMA OF TnE MISSISSIPPI?
covering over ten thousand feot of canvas*, lias lie n
painted by that uclehrated artist, Mr. Rogers, lor A. 11
Pnrdy, Manager of the National Theatre, which is to lie in
troduceil in his UNCLE TOM S CABIN ou Mond.'y eveulux
next. The Panorama covors over ten thousand feet ot
canvass, and has cost Manager Purdy over In Mi ,u?.ind
I dollar* This will be n new feature In UNCLE TOM'S
I CABIN.
Brooklyn museum. -the new york dramatic
Sceiety w ill perform LOVE'S SACRIFICE and 111. At K.
EYED SUSAN thin cveniug. Miss Grey, Kate Hunter. Miss
Clark, and Miss Roberts, will appear.
_ T. S. LESLIE, President.
MR. F. S. CHANFRAU'S SECOND week at the
Howard Athcn.eniu, Boston, has proved even more at
trsitlve than the first. His lienellt and last appearance
takes place this evening, when Miss Albertinc ana hlraeelf
will appear in three favorite characters.
DON'T FORGET JOHNSTON'S BENEFIT, AT BUR
ton's, on Monday evening next, Maroh 17. when will
lie presented a variety bill, consisting of fun 1 fun ! ! fun ! ! !
Box liook now open. '
VTOTXC*.? STRONG' 8 varieties -new haven,
XI Conn. ? Ladles and gentlemon in the concert and
dancing line can receive engagements at this establishment.
Will not open with theatrical at present
JOHN B. STRONG. Manager.
EXPRESS AGENCIES.
I EUROPEAN EXPRESS OF THE OCEAN PARCELS
I Delivery Company, of London ? Established 1*32. ?
[ This is the only express company (bat has facilities for for
I warding, with mail speed, parcels to every town in Europe,
1 Aaia. and Africa. Parcel* are forwarded from New York
to all parti of Europe by every steamer. A fixed rate of
I charge! baa been established, according to eiie and weight,
| which can be had at th'i office. Parcel* can be prepaid to
I every town on the Eaateru continent. Office No. 7 Nassau
| street. O. W. FIELD, Manager.
N. It ? Next express by the' Washington, Saturday, the
' 2fitb, eloiing at 9 A. M. on tho day of tailing.
Foreign express.-edwards, sanford a co.
respectfully announce that tiiey are prepared to for
: ward express packages from Now York to Liverpool, London
: and all parta of England, Ireland and Scotland lu ? a
I week; to Havre. Paris, Bremen, Hambnrg, Frankfort and
{ all parti of the European continent once a week; to Mel
I bourno, Port Phillip, Sidney and all parta of Australia, Van
Diemans Land and New Zealand by every vessel Bailing
hence or from England to thoa<. places; and to Cantou, Hong
I Kong, Shanghae, Calcutta. Madras, Bomlmy and other parta
I of the East Indies and China once every two weeks. Office,
t No, 90 Broadway.
NOTICE.-KINSI.EY A CO.'S EXPRESS FOR BOS
ton and the Kait, via Newport aad Fall IUver, will
leave office No. 1 Wall atreet. corner of Broadway, at U to
i B P. M . on and after March 10th. For Philadelphia and the
Sooth at to 4.
PROPOSALS.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED BY THE
A. A. Commiaaary at Fort Columbus. New York Har
bor. from the -1st until the 2titli day of .March, InM, for the
delivery or fresh beefatthnt post. The beef to be of good
aad wholeaome quality, in auartcrs, with an equal propor
tion of <-aoh, (necks and shanks excluded,) in such quantities
aa may from lime to time bo required, not exceeding thrice
in each week, on such dayi aa aa ahall be designated by the
A. A. Commiaaary. The propoaala will be opened at the
offieoofthe A. A. Commiaaary. at 12 o'clock M., ont)ie2tth
March, 1KV4. M. LOVELL, Brev. (.apt. 4th Artillery,
A. A.|C., Sub.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE REl'El V HI) AT TIIE
HV ComptrolUr'.i office, No. 3 Hall of Records, until Wad
ncsday, April 6, 1H04, at 3 o'clock P. M., when the lame will
l o publicly opened, for supplying i c ft r tho public office* in
the City Half, Park and vicinity, fir the ensuing season
The lee to be furnished ninat be of th? host quality. The
propoaala muat state the price per pound, to be delivered
and distributed under the direction of the Keeper, of the
City Hall and Park, at the variona offices, and iu the quan
tities and at the timei he may direct. Propoaala um-t be
made in conformity to the provisions of title 3 "of contract!
for luppliei and work for the Corporation." and the ordl
nances amending the same. Each proposal ahoald be abated
up and endorsed aa followa:? "Propoaala for loo;" and the
propoaala thus aealed up and directed are to be enclosed in a
aecond cnvolope, sealed and directed to "A. C. Clara. Comp
(roller." A. C. FLAGG, Comptroller.
Finance Department, New York. March 34, ISM.
STEAMBOAT WANTED? SEALED PROPOSALSwTTl
lo received by the Governori of the Almshouse, at
thoir offiee, Rotunda. Park, nntil three o'oloek P. M. of the
Cth April next, tor tho services of a steamboat for one year,
commencing on th* firtt day of May aext. She will be ro
qnired to make one trip each day (Sanuays excepted) from
the foot of Crand street, at 12 o'clock If , to Bellev?e, foot
of Twoaty-sixth itreet, BlnokweH's and Randall'* Islands,
and (topping at the lame places on btr return, and carry all
freight and other towages, a* may be require 1. Proposals
to give the name of th* boat offered, her tonnage, dimen
sion! and draught of water. Free wharfage will '?* fur
nished by the Department, and arnrity required f>r the
faithful performance of the contract, for farther informa
tion apply at the above oflWe
Office of the Govrrnori oi the Almshonso, March, S, 1*84.
ToT.EAD DEALERS-SEALED PROPOSALS ^WILL
be received at the office of tho Croton AqaoduA De
partment. Rotunda, Park, nntil Tu**d?y, the t*th day of
March. in*t.. at 3 o'elock P. M., when they will bo publicly
opened, to furniih ten ton* of pig lead Tb* proposal will
itftt* the price per ponnd for Galena and ?oft Spanish lead,
which price will Inclndeth* delivery of the 1**1 at U.e pipe
y?rd, foot of Twenty fonrlb atreet. East river. Payment in
cash. to bo made within twenty day* aftsr d. livery, which
delivery mast bo before th* fifteenth day of Apr.l next. Tho
Grotoa Annednct Board reserve the right of rejecting all the
proposals If d**med for tho public interest. Each p. opoaal
lo be made in acoordauc* with the ordinances of tbo corpor
t'' bo endorsed ''Proposalsfor Famishing Lead. "
Blank forms of estimate .an be bid on application at tbii
office. ELI AS L. SMITH. ) Cr?lon
TBKO. L. DE FOREST } Aoneduct
A. W. CRAVEN. S Hoard.
Office, Croton Aqncduet Department March 17 18M
THKTELEURAPH.
National telegraph lines.-thme lines
favorably known throughout tho West as O'Reilly
linos, are sow r* built in tho most substantial matsei, having
two independent sets of poles aad wires by tb* shortest an]
meet dtreot route*, and possess faelliti ?a not bofor* offered to '
the public, for quick communication to Pittsburg, Cleveland
D.tro\ ihle.go, Milwaukie, Ctn.inn.tl, lXi,vUU
1/ools, Now Orleans, aad intermi diate places Wester i aad
Southora merchant* will ploaeo re member MM ?w*au> of I
?'* i* at ? Wall ilrtet.dlroetl w?Mfte the Custom Ho?.s
?W t.MLY, Mm*c**
BROADWAY TUKAlUt -K A >.AktSHALL, SOLI
l.fM? ? Door* opt o at <<). to eommrin at 7 o'clock,
Friday evening, March 34. will l?e performed
. JACK CAD*
Jack Cade .. Mr, K?rre?t
Suffolk Mr Goldaou I Mowbray Mr. Grosvenor
Lord Say Mr. Pup' Jul Straw . . . Mr. Matthew*
Baekiagtiain . . . Mr. Sanfori M.rianu.' Mm*. Poni*i
Clifford. Mr. Uatritn | Widow Cade Mr*. Hoary
Wat Worthy. . . Mr. Wtutlng I Rate Mr*. Pisk
Pas Seal Miaa Pries.
TUB RENDEZVOUS
Quake .Mr. Henry I l.u< rt tia. MissA.Gongeakeiaa
Simoo Mr. Whitiag I Sophia. ..Mia* J. Geugeaksim
Wallaces theatre, Broadway, nbab
Broome street ? Door* open at to commeaee at 7X
^ cou bt5u if"""1
Colonel Gaytoa .Mr Lester
Lady Milford. Mrs. Coaway
Fanny Mri. Waleot
Popular Manic, Ac . ., Qrekeetra
TUB SCHOOL OP BBrOMf.
Gea. Tarragoa ... Mr. Blake
Bob Tyka. . . .Mr. Thompson
Ferment. Mr. Leater
Avundale Mr. Dyott
Old Tyka Mr. Pklllip.
Timothy Mr. VineeBt
Mr*. Ferment. . .Mri. Coniaay
Shelah Mrs. lM)hui
Julia mm. Omtwm
Mr* Nlcoly . .Mr*. Iikwtui
THB ORIGINAL CHRISTY'S M1NSTREL8, ItO. ?l
Broadway, above Grand *>u>alni Ik IMS. Dm ink
established eompany In exliteaoe.
THB MODEL TBOOPE dP THB WORLD,
Wkoae Concerts in New York, for a sucee**ioa of ?kU
yea**, have been Motived wltk patronage an paralleled la
the aanala of amaaemeat in tbia city
Oraa Ktui Miomt, uisu thb Sou Duaonei or
? P CHRISTY
The #n!r Individual of the name of Chriaty eagaged a* a for
former 1b Bthloplaa rtpreientation The pre seat eoapaai
comprise* every person now 11t1b( who oonstitated iko (aad
at its organisation (except George N. Harrington.)
A Cabd.? The Christy MiastreU bog leaTa to inform the
pnbllc that the* hate no bnnineee ?oanootion with aay ethos
*BtaMlfbm*?tfM *bls oity ?t elsewhe re AdmiMtoa, aSeents
Commence at 8 o' oiock.
B. P. CHRISTY. Manager aad Proprietor.
Saturday Best, March 25, annual benefit, of J. Bryaad,
?lto? J alia*.
BCCKLIY'8 BERENaDERS CHINESE HALL, M
Broadway, roar the Pre*eott Hoaeo.
OPEN EVERY NIQHT.
The eldeot oetabliabed and aio?t talented eompany to o*
iatonce, being tho tr*t to introduce harmony into an Bthte
piaa Kntertalnmsnt, tho flrat to ?ing Operatic (Jhoru#**, po>
form Burlesque Opera*, do., Ac. T>e maaagement ha* tht
honor of aaBouneing that the Conoert* of thi* Company wi! I
?till bo eonduetod Tn it* preeeat faabienable style? "fax
without vulgarity." Time altered.? Conoert oommeneo* ak
1%, o'clock. Admitsion. 25 oent*
_ ?AS. BUCKLEY A SONS, Proprietor*.
Broadway menagerie, xtr bboadway-?x
bible* the largest and beat oollection of Living Wild
Animate ever preeented to the New York publlo. Alio, Slg
nor Capnaliao's Trained Bear*, who walti, wre*tl*. gallon,
and perform many other wonderfmi feats. Also, the Lilt
pntiaa Ring, (weighing tlx pounds.) the Mammoth Ladj,
(weighing 774 pound,; Herr I>riMbaoh with his extraordi
nary Trained Animal*, etc., etc. A lmiasion to tho Whole,
25 cen?*. Children under ten year* >f age. 12}? cents. Oper
from 10 A. M. to 10 P. M. _
CilRCUS, 37 BOWF.RY.-A NEW MODEL ACT OP
> Juvenile Equestrianism, "Tho Greek Corsair." bv
Matter Je**e Sand*, upon four Shetland Ponies, will ho
given during tbi* week; together with a great variety of
other Equestrian and Gymnastic Exercise*. Extra enter
tainment* given on Wedneiday and Saturday afternoons.
comprehensive painting* ever derated
7ja o'clock, and W ednesday m < Sat u
o clook. Admission to both paintings
TOrSY-THE CAL THAT NV.VER WAS BORN
takes kor boned t at Purd.v'a N atienal, oa Saturday af
ternoon and evening, MariU t'< when UNCLE TOM'S
CABIN Will be performed. URS. O. C. HOWARD. '
DR. ABBOTTS MUSEUM OF EGYPTIAN AVTIQUI
tie* will elose on the Slat of 3l?r> h, and i* yet opeafat the
Stnyveeant In*titute, ADO Broadway. Admission, 25 cents,
t'ataloguex, 2it cents.
BANVARDS GEORAMA, sm BROADWAY.-NOW
open, the magnlltaent panorama* of the River Nile aad
the Holy Land, being the ltrxe?t nnd most InterertingW
* ' rated Every evening a*
Saturday afternoon* at 3
painiiagi only 25 oent* to all
part* of the bon*e. The g?oraraa will sooa permanently
close, and tbe hall i* to let.
XTATIONAL ACADEMY OF DC3ION.? NOW OP1N,
jLv at (IfiS Broadway, opposite Bond itreet, from 9 A. M.
to 10 P. M.. daily, the Twent; niut'i Auuual Exhibition of
Original Pictures, by Living Ari!<t<. Seafon tickets, M
cents; tingle admission, 2.'> cent' The Aoademy haviag
told its preaont galleries, and beinj aboat to remove, the ex
hibition will positively close ?n th? 28th of April.
T. ADDISON RICHARDS, Corresponding See'y N. A
dtonn nnn WORTH of mahnificint gipts
U.UU" to the snbtoribers of the Rock of Pure
Gold.? Kach snbscrii er lor uno dollar receives arecsiptfor
two years' subscription to on? oftl.c m >st intero^ting, prao
Ileal, and meriturl >ua MoatMy Majaiines of the present
time, and theso unequalled gilts *r< pret-ented, as *et forth
upon tho cover of tbe work. Tbe f.enrtiful country house
and rrounds, well known as W hitluok'* boarding aohool
eatablithmoat. Tfie house Ik i'oiumod:"us for fifty peraoa*.
surrounded with W)4 ncrcs of improved land, sitnated near
tbe Danbury ami Norwalk R illroad, valued at 910, tWO
20 buiidliiK lot* in Wiltou. Conn, \alu 1 at S200 each 4,00ll
A most desirable mausion, locate i in an active,
growing village, upon the N. Y. aul N. H. Rail
road, valued at ll.tuKl
The following loans of casb, witUont intorect or sc
ourity, for 100 yi ars eavb ?
One loan of 20,00"
One loan of . . 15,000
One loan of 10,000
One loan of 5,00i>
16 piano*, worth R'ltHl each 7, W0
25 pianos, worth 9*00 each. ... 10,000
2<~> piano*, worth 94tN) >.aoh 7 >00
10,000 beat, standard hook*, at ea -h 30,00o
1(1,000 well selected book*, at SI cm ' ? 15,000
10,000 *xeellent book*, at $1 ?-.?? < li 10,000
10,000 interesting and worthy ' ? it TO cent* eaob 6,000
50 sewing machines, value.! in ? 7
50 sewing machines, valued at * ?> *,? < 5,Wlo
1(M aewing machines, worth 97 . acb 7, >00
100 gold watcbee, valued at 9"*i < ach . 5,000
1 ,4V '0 jjold prneil*, worth ?.'? eai b 5,000
I! ?> idos other snbatantial gjtln ./l in. ortaucc.
? H ti e integrity, honor, *nd :ii.lliti if the conductor i<f
uis enterprise, numerous te> unu ii s. * will be p.-eeont.ed of
uudnubt) il character from \?w York cltj aad vicinity.
Please address orders for tbe Pa ' (pnst paid) to S. A
W DITl.Ot'K, editor and pu' llsh -r, Vo 133 1'ulteu rtrtct,
New York.
Any information can be had of btllTHA AKBOl r, pro
Brletors of the Manb*ttnn Hotel, in Fulton street, sear
ir?adway, N. Y.
/inn ? JONES* GUT ENTKBTRISE.?
?iPJ eJl/aUl/Ua Ticket* M iRr this Half 1 oi.ii.
Ticfets9l e*ch. Each Is good for flv.j admi^/bn* to Jene
IMNTOICOPI OF ( ALIFOKNIA,
NEBRASKA, AND SALT LAKB,
n hich will be exhibited after tbe
FIBST MOvDAV IN Af BIL,
I?? Apollo Rooms. No. 411) BaoAow.tr
Single admiasioa*, 25 cents. Gift ticket* admit live tim a.
and entitle* to one *b*re in the ?p'tndld gift*. The farm
worth 925, COO; three houses worth 910.000 oaoh; a oarria.e,
planus, watches, Ao.
Address letter* to J. WESLEV JONES, as above.
nnn WORTH OK GIFTS FOR THE
?P?)UU.uUU People.? Prof. Hart a great enterprise ot
tie Whole World, 370 Broadway F?r full particular* 01
gifts, excuraion, Ac., aee bill* of tb^ day, or to-morrow'a
Herald, or to day'* Time*.
MUSICAL.
A beautiful seven octave **? rosewood
pianoforte for aale for $23f>. t.n ? llent tone, Iron frame
modern e**o, in perfect , ha* been u-ed hut a few week*, la
fully warranted by beat makers owner has to leave tew*.
It ean b? icen from 10 to 3 o'clock, at No. U>1 Chambett
?treet.
A GREAT BARGAIN. ? A SPLI.N DID NEW MX AND
threw quarter octave plmo, r-ewood ease, mUlIk
frame, l?t< ?t atyle in every rtapcct, a id from the beat oitv
makers, v ill he nM at a bargain lor cash Apply at No. 4M
Vo#< y street, baioimut office, any hour from nine to Ave
o'clock.
IMRTII, POND A CO S EXTRA PEDAL WIDE ACAI.B
pianos, and Thompson'* celebrate* Anscnia melodeon*,
are to be bad at the new and apl- aid waicroom of L. A J.
JACOBS, 407 Broadway. Superb nulodcotia at $46, mar
nitieent piano* at Kit). Don't forg'-t the nuintcr ? 4(07
Broadway. New muaic aa aoon a- pn lijhed
USICAL.? TWO OR THREE PUPILS WILL BE IN
(trnatad in Mtleal l-iw u, on tbe pianoforte, at tbe
r<'?idencc of tlie advertiser, who iia yctiug lady folly eem
peteat to diacharge atich duty Apply to 3. M. C., Herald
office. Terms moderate.
M
STOI-KN GOODS.
On Ii F. OK THE CHIEF or POLICE NEW YORK,
March 21, 18fi4? Ownera are wanted at the Police
Conrt, (Toml'i,) for the following property, mppoaed to be
itelen-One filter pocket knife, marked "O. Hersey," one
piece of atair carpet, new; three aleigli robe*, one horee
blanket, one piece of ailk handkerchief*, one pieee red flan
nel, two ailver watches, one pair of atriped pant*, three
black frock coat*, one bine dr<*< eoat, tiro hair braeeleta,
one mourning ring, and one fancy cross and poneil ea*e.
GEO. W. MATSELL. Chief of Folic*.
OCILISTU AND AUUI9TS.
DR POWELL, OCULIST, AUBIST, ETC., DEVOTES
his attention exclusively to the treat meut of dinaae*
of the eye and ear, from 9 to 4 o'cluk dally, at hi* office.
903 Broadway, where can be procured hi* treatise on tbr
eye and .irtibrtnl eye*, which arc iiuerted without aa opera
ti< n, or the alhhteat pain, and will movj *nd look exactly
like the natural eye.
MKDICAJL.
D". WARD, no. AO CANAL SlllBBT, ON* DOCf
e?ft of Brosuway, solicit* attention from nil whom 'i
concern*. He euro* with aatonlahann oelerity, ehearnoM
uniOPM7' " *atTha'"' ? ix-* man cat cue. At'ccdi
DR. JOHNSON, 1? DL'ANE STREET. MAT EE CO?
raited eoaOdeatiall/ l)t J la a regularly edaeatot
phyalelan, and haa practUed at hi* prcacat office for Ue lart
twtfntj-two yeara. Ilonr* from 8 A. M , to g P. M.
DR. COOPBE, 14 DCANB STRBBT, HAT BE CON
?ulted. Dr. C. would reepectftlly eoltcit of thoee ta
tereeted n call. beinp antlafled that from a practice of lnu *
ty three year* ne enn give entire aatlafacticn.
D*. COREETT, OF NO. I? DUANB STREET, MA T E?
tonralted with conBdeace on hi* treatment. Twealv
three year* In hi* *perl*llty enable* bin. to guarantee
manint core* N. B ? Dr C U a member *f the M?w Im*
Univeriity. See hi* diploma in hi* offine
DR. BALPB.-HOURS OF OFFICE CONSULTATION
from 9 to 12 A. M., and 6 to ( P. K exoept S?nd*y>
64? Henaton itreet, near Wooster.
DR. FAIQCHAR'S FAMILY PREVENTIVE -THIS
infallible relief to the whole hiMt family can, he foun4
at the only depot, ill"-. Elm aUeet, on) door from Spring la
package* of tft and fit Ml.
Greatest discovert of the ags.-mb. fab
Mnhar'a Family Preventive, to be had at the only de
not in tha Calted State*. 212^ Elm atrect, ene deer tram
Sjring. Price |A aid $3 AO per packer*
PHTTSIC1
MLAREONT, PARIS AND LONDON
? and rarneoa, I* eon^alted at U Keada itntt eonat
of Proadway, from II A V till ? P. N and 9 ha
tha evening. Sanda** fro*- ? UU f . M. E Net tir
(mateae.
N'O HCMBUO'-DR FAR^CHARg FAMILY FEB
vtotive doea all It proar\l?ee. for proof of whleb, try a
package, titber at frt cr tt M, and to he had nt tha only da
iwt, Sftfc Elm *treet, ca* door from Spring.
The old dr hcntir himself, the phyeioiab
who fatahliabed the Hnntenan Dl*pea*ary. Ma. 9 Did
lit n atrret, la 1M4, can be cearaltwd a* uitLffea TAB.
? tl ? in P fSnrdava euepted ) at Uie eld aili
THE BARON'S CASKETS ? CASKETS? T ABUTS? A
rl arm mrrcay hi alth, enrieblag the blood, Ae. Thene
lrtfTn.nl, parllyin*, renovator* for the ihia, ilim. billona,
rfrapci iio, *nd |iro>>, indeed, (br every l^tdy ont or health
*r?- at<ji" raedirjt the nfe of all other tnedidaaa. Can ba ob
talned at B-reu n ola?eo'. depot, <* %iriac atreet, aa<>*?
ih?; USm ,t<ml ^ ,tw Wf?

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