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Board or Education?A specie! r eotiiig of tha Board Of Education war held at the Ci J Hall on Thursday evening the President, G. L. ivmarest, in the chair. The building committee reported that the Common Coun cil had authorised a loan of #8,500 to complete the two school houses iueouraeof ronatrnction in the First and Third wards. A resolution was adopted, authorizing the President and Clerk of the Ho.ir 1 to execi'e contracts for the comj'lction of these school houses. The commit tee on qualifications reported that Miss Avis Macy is qualified to teach in the schools of this city, its tirst as sislunl, and on motion a certificate whs gr.mtel. Pmordekly H >1 E The oc .'upaots of a house in I'nion avenue, near Ft.Uimau street, u&uuxl Thomas Coral and dames Mill*. together with their wives, wore bron-rht be fore Justice Boswell jesterday on a charge of Weeping a disorderly house, (oral and Ms wife were sent to the County Penitentiary for sixty days each. Mills and b s wife were committed to the cell-1 to await examination on a charge of stealing chickens from the promises of Mr. I'owerhorn. in North Ninth stre, t. A lsr.? quantity of hen's feathers were found on the on misesof the accused parties, which leads to the ejppuutiou that they h ive participated in oome of the henroost robberies during the pact winter. Or-ind I.akc'Eny.?A well dressed colored woman en tered the jeweiry store of Mr. J. Marsh yesterday fore n< on, and purchased iin nocordeon and several articles of j ewelry, which she ordered to be sent to a house in South Eighth street, together with the bill. Shortly after she lmd left the store Mr. Marsh discovered that iho woman had managed to purloin a gold watch, valued at $35, and f urther, that she did not reside at the house where she directed the articles purchased to be taken. The Turf. LOUISIANA RACKS. lfKRimi Course?FecoNi) Day?April 6. 1854.?Trial, similar take, for two year old*, to carry three year old we'ghts. mile heats, $300 subscription, $100 forfeit, $350 added l>y the Club. W. J. Miner's ch. c. D. I. Ricardo, by Voucher, out of Norma 1 1 P Blakcly> b. c. Trrrifyer, by Sovereign, out of Jane Mitchell, 3 2 A. L. Bingaman and it. Ten Uroeck'sch. g. Rupert, by Glet.coe, out of Stillie Ward 2 3 live other nominations paid forfeit. Time, 1:49?1:47)?. Second Race, Same day.?Club purse, $800; mile heats, best three in five. A. Jac< mfe 5: Co.'s eh. f. Tcallie, by Dutchman, dam Miss Kiddell?two years old 3 1 2 4 4 1 1 A L. iiiiiganiun'Bch.g. Wa4c Hamp ton, oy Boston, out of Margaret Woods?five years old 4 4 4 2 1 2 2 P. M. Head's br. f. Maid of Orleans, by Bcrtunc, out of Alice Carneal? four years old 0 5 5 1 3 3 3 Charltn M. Waterman's (E. Flavin's) ch. g. Conrad the Corsair, by Voucher, out of Lady Jane?3y. o. 0 3 1 3 6 dis. T. ?. Moise'g (W. T. Cheatham's) ch. g. Conprciniae, by (ilencoe,dam by Ftocklioh'or?live years old 0 2 6 0 2r. o. 1'. 1'. Rentier's ch c. Argent, by imp. Glsncce. out of Picayune?8 y. o. 6 6 3 5 5r. o. Time, 1:47 >j?1:48?1:40><?1:46>??1:48?1:46.!??1:50. Ei.orr.MEFT.?A telegraphic despatch was received I In this city a few days since, stating that a man by the name of Jan. 11. Ryan, on or about the 18Mi of March last, eloped with a" Miss Ilnkill. whoso parents reside in the vicinity of Steuhcnville, Ohio. Ryan is n married loan, it is said, and Iuie a wife and child living in that j place. He is quite a young mnn. heing only aliout 1 twenty-two years of age, and the pirl is only seventeen). I TLey arrhrou to this city about two weeks ago, and the police, after a diligent search, succeeded in trueiUg iheui ? to one of our hotels, where thoy were both employed, j the girl as a fcenmstrosr- and the man as a waiter, and oo- \ copying the relations of man and wife. Tho father of the girl, dav heforo yesterday, arrived in this city, when the arrest was made, and left yesterday with his daugh ter nnd her paramour in charge of officer Bogus.?S!. -f-ouu .Republican, April 7. Court, Calendar?Tills Day. Supreme Cocirr?Circuit.?Nos. 735, 1429, 430, 434, 4S?, 489, 444, 465, 440, 447, 838, 102, 448, 449. Common Pikah.?Part First? Nes. 415, 562, 563, 560, 699, 579. rnrt Second?Nos. 521, 63, 520, 025, 54'J, 561, 662, 654 to 557. 559, 5"0, 591. The other Courts?Motions and decisions. Why la It I Cannot Drink Liquor 1?The Sucstion is frequently asked why our forefathers, who rank liquor morning, noon and night, wore a healthier, lisp pier and more robust race than their descendants, who drink much less. The reason is obvious to us. Cupidity had not then manufactured those poisonous, fiery drinks which are now made and vended all over the country, under the nnmo of brandy, gin, Ac., hut which really possess nei ?bar the smell, ta-tc, nor any other of tho qualitiosof the genuine articles. People lose health and strength by using these deleterious mixtures, and cry out against all alcoho lic drinks. As well might a farmer call for the destruction of all dogs because bad ones worry sheep, while it is known that a good dog is the shepherd's best and most use ful friend. It has ever been customary with the best physi cians to freely recommend gin in very many coinpl&intg, but the great drawback to its ttso has been tho difficulty of pro curing a genuine article. This want has been supplied by Mr. tfbOT.PITO WOLFE, of Nos. 18 and 22 llesver street, ly the introduction of his Aromatic Schiedam Schnapps, manufactured at his distillery in Holland. Botween two nnd three thousand medical men, of high professional and moral character, have given Mr. Wolfe voluntary testimo nials to the purity and medicinal virtues of the aromatic Schiedam schnapps. This article is the purest of the world famous Holland gins, rendered more pteasant to tho taste nnd more beneficial ns a remedial agent, by the great im provement in the distillation of the delicious, aromatic and sealtb-giving juniper berry. Travellers liahlo to indispo sition from using impure water, or still moro impure liquor, would save themselves a world of trofthle and ill health by nlwavs having with tbom n bottle of the gently stimulating and Invigorating Aromatie Schiedam schnapps.?[Courier and Enquirer, April 13. Knox's Spring Style of Hats exceed In ele gance every article of tho kind ever brought out in tho ofl. ?ty are both light nnd graceful, nnd arc eagerly sought by all the best dressed men in the city. His silk hats are per fect models of their kind, while his beavers oannot he sur passed for the beauty of their finish. To better suit the con venience of his customers be has two stores, one at 533 Broadway, aud the other at 128 Fulton street. ?callo'a Spring Style of Ifals, for Elegance ?f finish and fine material, oannot be supassed by anv other manufacturer in this city. His hats are elastic, light and durable, and rnnnot fail to give general satisfaction. MEALIO, corner of Broadway and Canal street. Davld'a Spring Style of Gentlemen's lints an the most beautiful hat ever offered. They are light and easy to tho head, and elegant in style and finish. Call and inspect them. Sales room 301 Broadway, second door from Duanc street. Hare you Learned where to Buy a Good and tatty hit? If not, ge to the new hat company, 146 and 148 Nassau street, where you can get a four dollar hat for three. Ono price, one quality, and no abitomcut. "Alone stood brave Horatlus, hut constant still in mind. Thrice thirty thousand foes before, and tho broad flood hohind." A Great Many Perrons ore Endeavoring to get into publio confidence by proximity to the leading ar tists in their lino of business. It is well known, however, that SAM IK I. ROOT, the great dagncrrcsu artist, has no conne-tion with any other establishment. His great free gallery is open ovcry day and evening, at No. 363 Broad way, corner of Franklin street. Competition In nlinost Over.?Root has the fold to himself. Everybody wanting pcrteot daguorrovtypos goes to him, nt 363 Broadway. Crayon daguerreotypes, crjotalotypia and stereoscopes tuken in any woothor nt *<ho World's Fair premium Galkrj. SAMUEL IIOOT. Emporium of Art.?Meade Brother*'' tin riv alled instantaneous daguerreotype! taken daily, colored to equal an ivory miniature at the name price an In csargod for plain picture at otter placet. We import our own goods, and me and pnt npour pietnrqs in the most costly mate rials, rendering thorn durable and permanent, I'-i't Rroad v?ay. four doors above the Astor Hou-ie. 1'. S ?flicro is as r-nch dIPcrcncc l.ctween a fifty eent daguerreotype and ?.ne well taken at a reasonable living price as therein in a portrait painted by a daub for $5 and one of tho tir.-t ar tists for$lt'0. Beat Quality Dafttrrreol) pes Taken nt all times is sunshine or foul weather, l.y the Nov' York Daguer reotype Company, at tho low prica of twenty five cents and upwards. Rooms 211' Broadway, corner Roado street. Pianos?The World's Fnlr Prlmlum Piano* ?f T. Gilbert A Co.. with or without the leolian. and with Iron frameaand circular scale?; Ilallet A Cumstou's pianos, of the old firm ef ifallet > Co.; n race Waters' pianos, and Gilbert's Lcudoir pianos. For salo wholesale or retail at faotorr prices. Sfitoad hand pianos at groat bar gains. HORACE WATERS, .133 Broadway. dt-comlliitiid PUuos nt Grtnt Bargain*? On# for $2.1, one for $15, one for $55, and one for $05. Al so, ticondhand Alolisn pianos to lie had (for the qnality of the instruments; very low. Nothing hut being ooUrtantly id oonld so. uro to buyers suon in mnrkctwitli cash in l aud literal oilers. HORACE WATERS, 333 Broadway." Peroml-hnml Pin nor lit Good Order nt Low er prices then can be found in the city, 5k oetavc, for only >0; G octave, T-W.ti1, octavo I, Ctlier's boudoir, near ly new. cost $.75. for >21.1; fila octave Aollan, T. Gilbert's. - ? e. Ifallet - cost fl'iO. for H7J; 6 octave. Ballet Davis A t'o s, for $195. Piano ee.fe melodcon, $Jfl. Pianos nod mtlodcons to lot. Cash paid for pianos. I;t .RRY k GORDON', -V7 Broadway. Mclodtflnt:.?Utr I. n re, cut Aaacrtment of Mc lodecnt In the city.?CooGmir. and Baldwin's patent organ ?aaludeon S. I'. A H. W. Smith's well known melodeonr. In power purity, ?nd l.rillisa> y of tone IhsfO two excel all ethers, ns they ore tho only en< tun <1 tu the equal temper meat. Whoierale and r?tall at factor pries. HORACE WATERS, sole agket, 3.i.'j Broadway. Kcw and Popular Mo-le?"The Ymitig Pianist's Companion,' in ten cumbers, comprising oeio ort-ted nirsfor y #ni I cglnn. rf, I.1, tents per number, or the entire series for 91. Tlealors wishing to pnrehaso any music published, or make arraugetrtei, la for contianod snp will find it to th?Ir aiivantage to call on lORAt E WATERS, publisher. 3.13 Broadway. Music sent by mail, postage lice. World's Fair Premium Planoforten?The subscribers, to whom the prlie medals wore awarded at the World's Fair for the best pianofortes, would invite the at tention of buyers to their very elegant assortment of 6J? to 7)d octavos. in every ntjle of case among others tho elegant Sapler mnche and ela! orately carved rosewood pianos ox it. Red at tho Crystal Palace, all of which are offered for'salo at prices which cannot fail to suit. GROVESTEE1V A TKU8LOW, 506 Broadway, adjoining the St. Nicholas Hotel. Cape Vincent nttd Cnnndn.?The Watertown, Rome and Cape Vincsnt Railroad Company hate oonnocted their splendid steamers Champion and Highlander with the ptcamrr interests of Capt. Sutherland, .Mr. Heron and Mr. Hamilton, on Late Ontario, forming a daily line of livo splendid pa sage steamers, to ply daily from Cape Vincent to Col ourg, T< ronto, Hamilton, and intermediate Canadian I**k, the prciont season. del a Plrk thin morning early?It contains a caricature likeness of General Webb and Lords Clarendon i and Falmerstnn . a comic history of New York Millionaires? I Wo. 1, t'ornoel Vanderlilt; ana a chapter of the Rvoolloo ?ions of Calhoun, with lots of editorials, and splendid de rigns by Kvcd and Cotton. For eals by ageutaand noteiboya ' generally. Price three cents. The BaM Work on Tnrkej ?Will lie Pub lished on Monu'sy. Slado's Travet.s In Turkey,and a Crulso hi tho Black Sea, h ' Adolp'ins Slads, Admiral of tho Turbisli fllli A - '!1R tie 1 til tilisoir ilo.l neioA tl A 1*A In Jleit.GSfi ra tei, el, th. illustrated price $1. Also in press. The Tnrklrh Uucstii,n, l.v t'ornt,. Ad.' Curowskc author of Husrift As It Is. JV M. T.>y i,t?R >i CO.. Pnhlisliers, sip. Id Ana stmt, Bonne* Ribbons and French Flowers?The ladle# are respectfully invited to 'nil and Inspect ray stack Of above goods. R. C MoKENZlE. 271 Hudson street. Yocr Attention Is Most RespeetfoUy Invited to a spltm ill assortment of French bonnets. caps, embroide ries, hoiicry. gloves and fancy articles; a'so. dro Jtuaking In the must fashionable fettle, at fife7 Broadway. MRS. KELLOGG, Agent. It wn? said of Uurrn Eil/aln tit that rite was I weak herself, but enipHyed reliable agents. This, in its'lf, was a proof of wisdom la ir not, P*' ? i mark of sagacity to ordtr a set of shirts of (.RfEN. ?o. I A tor House, ? no u?ver fails in lit atyle or punutnahty, ra tlter iban,i. f a bni gler and prooraatinatorf Ladles' Shoe Eatnbllahmeiit.?deffers, 467 Broadwav, New York ?Prcminm at the London Exposi tion ?I a'dlcs vitltinr ?bo city, and wishing to purchase an txcell' nt article, fluished in an artistic manner, arc respect fullv informed that these celebrated shoes and boots are a till maaaiaebured under JeCers' personal supervision. For Sale Cheap?A Ladles' Shoe Store, All Sixth avenue, second door above Fourteenth street. The best stand in the city. Inquire at 4tS7 liroadway. Carprtlnge, Oilcloth*, the,, c<sv.?By recent srrivalF from Europe tlie subscribers have received a i-plcn did assortment of thugc goods, which will ho disposed of for wholesale and retail purciut'ers, at prices unusually WILLIAM M'GRORTY, mudcrate. GEO II. TILBY, 112 Broadway. Carpeting 'at Great Bargains?P*ter*oti tt Humphrey. Nos 377 and .779 Broadway. have just received from the late large Miction sales a large lot of volvet and ta pestry carpeting, which they offer at the following low juices: velvet carpeting at 14s per yard; tapestry do. in prcat variety, 10s. per yard; aud all other roods equally I jw lor cash. 'PETERSON A HUMPHREY. No;. 877 and 870 liroadway. Animation ('Rrprfs! Xuliussoii Carpels.?Look at them?Magnt. nt and cheap at UIKAM ANDERSON'S ten sales rooms. :llowery English velvets, IL's., 1.8s , Its., lbs.; tapevtry Ilri 'elF.rs., Da., 10s. beautiful ingrain car pets. ,1s.. 4a., 5g., i s., 7s.; oilcloths, 3s., Is.. As., on., to Sa. A wonderful a ifOrtmcnt at tremendoua bnr. air.s. Removal.?Boyd & Paul, Wholesale Drng gists, hat e r<-moved from 40 Cortlaniit street to the marble store 1411 Chamber* street, (nearly opposite the Hudson River Railroad depot.) where they arc prepared with their im reared facilities to supply their old customers, and thoso w inl ing any go ode in the drug lino, at the shortest notice, and on the most favorable tortus. Frrntll Get Fia I r rc?, lies-oralcd China Din ner. desssrt. and tea sets. Just received per ships Isaac Boll, Helvetia, and St Denis which, added to our previous as ?vituwfe, uiiikcs tno largest and most bountiful variety over oll.rcd In New York. Buyers ?ro invited to laspost tho some. W J. Jf, UA1LEY A GO'S now marblo stvre-,<jJl and Cdu Broadway. Stivlug Machines.?Ladies' Shoe mid Gaiter manufacturers are informed that for tine stitching u kid, enamelled morocco, patent leather, and all similar work, the new iniprov ed tingle thrcadcu sowing macbiuts produce u quulity of work not hitherto approached by any machine, end much superior to what it is possible to do by hand. This may teem extra' ngant, hut it i-i exactly true. Tito I t to t so ll etc machin- s is unqnostlnned, being Fccttrod by the oiiginal patent granted to Moore .V Johnson in B49 I. M. blNUKIl A to., 323 Broadway. St v lug Machines.?TUc LVIieelrr & Wilson Mnnuiacturing Company have removed their o111ce and watcrooms to No. if-io Broadway, where manufacturers and all others interested in this time and labor saving" sew ing machine ere respectfully invited to e ill. and. by u oarc lul examination, satisfy themselves ol? ti e fact that a gi enter vai iety of work can bo don*, and well done, on this machine than any heretofore offered to the public. Peter Robert* fk Co., Ko. 37.1 Brondway, 1: ve ti ll day received an itnmentu stock of French bands, at I half price; also, a froth stock of Vnlctioionnes laMs, Building Materials, ? Builders anil Ihoie <li ligniug to build wo would invite to examine our stock of ire n work for luih.iugs. The more ready adaptation of iron to any style of architecture, and both in strenith and point of i ketones*, has ir. a measure superseded the uso of 1 r. v.n stone. The increasing demand, more particularly for w indow liufcls and tills, lias induced tho proprietors to get up n number of additional new patterns, now numbering fourteen in all, each varying in tylo, at a cost of one third the prico oi Irovtn stone, cut in t ho same elaborate manner. Alto capitals. crniecS, columns, girders, Ac. Apply at J L. JACKSON'S Iron Works, 55 to t>5 Goerck strict. Gordon's; IiiMWufe, So. S4 Natmu street, for tbo proper d< velopcmcnt of the art of rrinting cards, clrca ? I, blUheadi ? ? ? ? ..... lars, billhead*, labels, Ac. All tbese in want of the above, Institution.'' GORDON'S, No. 84 Nassau street. Batehelor's Huh- Dye I* atlil the landing article, by all acknowledged to be the best dye extant for perfectly coloring the hair the moment it is applied. Tens ?f thousands in all parts of the world proclaim it the only reliable dye known. Sold at BATCHELOR'S, 233 Broadway Spring 1* putting Forth Its Charms, and the earth is evolving its beauties; all nature is looking gay and beautiful, and that the lovely females may not be behind the time in rejuvenating their attractions. Dr. Gourand is rreparod at hie well known store, 07 Walker straot, near Broadway, to supply them with his Italian medicated soap, to cure pimples, freckles, tan, eruptions, and hide alilu tho effects of age or disease of tho cuticle; his pnudre subtile uproots hair from any part of tho body. Lily white, liquid rouge, hair dye, and restorative. If you want Whiskers, my Oiigucnt will force tbcm to grew strong and thick in six weeks, and won't stain oi injure the skin. Try i: and see. $1 a bottle; 50 per half do*., sent to any part of the country. K. G. Gra ham, 14 Anu street; Zeiber, 44 South Third street, Philadel phia; Uance, 1Kb Baltimore street, Baltimore. Knrelsau* Bathed In the Fountain of Youth, and light came to his aged face, and bloom came to his fallen locks. So ho that uses Barker's greasclcss tonhiue shall have his locks restored. Price 25 oents. Headquarters, BARKER'S, 430 Broadwny. Acroatlc? Come one, come all, whose heads are griiily gray, Red, sandy, white, or otherwise outr?, Invoke the aid of Criatadoro's dye; Success is certain, if yon only try. Ten minutes change the unbecoming bne. And give a lustrous black or brown in lieu. Dyes oft are sold that scoroh and kill the hair. Of thcae pernicious nostrums pray beware. Receive instead this bair dye, bv whoso aid Old heads grow young, and redheads black are made. CRISTADOKO'S Excelsior flair Dye, manufactured, sold, and applied (in private rooms) at 6 Astor Ilouse. Also for sale by the principal druggists in the city. JEveiybody 1* Dying for Txive Siow-n-dayi, ?They dye with DEMONS? A MEYERS' liquid bair dve. For a list of happy marriagos to which they have been in strumental. call and seo for yonrself, No. IS Cortlandt street. Sold at 77 East Broadway, No. C Bowery, and 306 Brand street. Premium Wigs and Toopre#?-Strangers, are you in want of wigs, bands, curls, baok and front braids, Ac.-, and want them made Of the host materials)' Go to MEDIIVRST A HEARD, 27 Maiden lane; there you will flat the best assortment of any in the city. Wigs and Tonpocs?Batchelor, of Wo. 433 Broadway, is pleased to announce another beantifnl im provement in the manufacture of those articles. This in vention is applied to ladies' and gentlemen's hair work, and is the most perfect imitation of natnre yet discovered. Cllrchugli's Wigs and Toupees?Have you examine d Clirehugh's improved system of littiug wigs? Tlicy neither shrink nor lose their shape. Their light clas tic character cause them to cling to the head without-pres tore. or s.ny of the usual disagrecaoles attending other wigs and tcnpccs. 171 l>ruad?ny. To Dealers In Patent Medlrlncs?Dr. To bias' Venitfan liniment depot is removed to Ne. 60 Cort landt street. It is warranted superior to aay other for the cure of coughs, sore throat, mumps, croup chronic rheu matics, fiosted feet, toothache, aud paius m chest, back or limbs. Redding'* Russia Salve, a Boston Remedy of thirty years standing; enrcr, without fail, burns, scalds, boils, chilblains, chappcd hand-, biles, and cverv outward ii jury or ernpiion. A. B. A D. Sands, wholssalo a;onti. Sold by ('. H, King, cornor of John street an 1 Broadway; C. V. Clickener A Co., M Barclay street; aud by druggists and*apc theearies generally. Ki moral?Dr. Wheeler, Ocnllst, lint Rc n ' vi d his office for tho trentment of diseases of the eye, to 4-ti Ilrondway. Entrance to his ollieo is In Broadway and Broome street. Oihte hours, II A. M. todi'. M. Eilms, specks, and chronic inflammation of thooy-lids however long standing, completely cured. Artificial eyes inserted. Pimples. Frcehlrs, and Tan enn bo entirely removed from the skin by using Eli W. Vondersmith's Ex tract ol Rests and Eld r Flowers, l.adles, if yon hare free-kits, only try one botlie; .rotn tho u?e of one bottle alone, ii will convince yon that this article is no hnmbug. 1! it does not do what wc rcu inmer.il it the money will be rtturned. Prepared by EM W. TONDER9MITIT. Proprie tor. No. 158 Bowery drug store, android by Mrs. llays, No. 17* Fnlton itj^t, Brooklyn. Hyatt's Life Balsam?Klipumatlam In Its most painfrl Arms, also rcrofnla, old ulcers, and the worst case, of diseases of tho blood, great debility, liver com piaint. kidneys incipient consumption. Ac arc mosteor te.inly tared ly th(s groat purifier. Principal depot, No. iifi Grand street. Seventy-five cents per bottle. Unequalled, Unrivalled, and Unapproaeh able In its intensity of Inttrest, moral bearings, and na tional characteristics, is the new life like romance RICH AND POOR; On. PitAsia in American Llrn, Now publishing in the Sondsy Courier, one of the largest of tho Sunday papers. So great was the demand for the first part of tills thrilling story la.t Sunday and daring tho week, that the proprietors have determined on repoMlshing it, with four more col nrnns, making a total of Scven Colvmns or run New flTORT This Week. As an incentive to the higher, purer, and mors elevated feelings oftbe Ionian breast, this story will prove pre emi nent. It shows vice without a maudlin sympathy for it, while it toadies ti e doctrine ' Judge n t ye hsjndrod." It shows how much depends on the first step in life, and that ' In rli h grounds, Weeds once taking reel, grow Strong as flowers." The Sunday Conricr of to-m.-rrow will also contain ? kirst of Aprilisms. The Sack of Chestnuts. New York Hannfactories, No. 4? Straw Goods. Down among tho Dead. The Dramatic Fund Dinner. Departure of Chivalry. Bonreleanit, Black Mail, and the Herald. An Epidemic. The National Academy of Design. Cost of Building. A New Poet. The Juggernaut that " cannot he stopped." Together with all the news of the week, including a heart stirring, faithful, and graphic account of the Great Dvei. between Wit.d and Shei.v ; The eanres that led thereto, the correspondence that cma nsted therefrom, the deeds that wore contemplated and the deeds that wen done, making an epoch In the civil history of the " City Fathers" never contemplated by "the oldest inhabitant.'' Get tbe pr.pcr ; prico throe eents. The Sun day Conrier can be had at every news depot, of all tho news boys. and in faet everywhere. Publishing efllce 15 Spruce street. A Card?Spring f Inthlng?How ready an extensive assortment of entirely new and well made oiotta ing. adapted to the season, cut and trimmed In t a best styles, and ?ill I e sold at the lowest passible prices. N. B.- All articles guaranteed to he exactly as represented. EDWARD T. HACKKTT, Clothing Emporium, No. 106 Fulton streot. Dreismnkers will Find at MeKenxle'i, 471 Hudson street, a sp'.tndi 1 assortment pf drees trimmings a prices very low. Newly WifflTfrnl M(dk?te<t Inhalation Par dlseesed lunirs ?Dr Crrtis' HmMt i* pro.lneln* ?n entire revolution in the treatment of ?!1 lung cnmpl .iaa* Ac 1 oniite are dally rend if Mitt of enwuf avium*. bron chitis end aoasumptton, heretofore -onsidered hoprliw*, lroin olergyiner | strr.a-t'r . and other persons of th? 1 litest renpei tabiiii*. bale, hire hare r--a,' I ? ver two hundred paehugeo a uay, ailLougu ii i, only thr o month* tinoe H tr*t f!nt ouvtilUed. It Lithe i...t wonderful die* tcvry'r rt^'Hrtivrr*'' ' ;- ?? ft i..s..,oli,:; relief. Read the fotlovrlnt*1-Hyem* i Milne.--J. II. Ganlert, Voeimniiter of Hii bint n<i. MvUiu, writ** in.? ? Tlie I JitCMi nil. Uoli l Hinder bore. My -i t? i as had a dintrevFti | lough, with treat, difficulty of brt akbtng. for years. She wore tl.o inhaler *ud took the chiny syrup bat a few dsys bot'ori *be t*< relict a .J aow i ter one Bottt'i tic tfil, hrr cob;h lr well. Dr. Curtis' new svs tern of inhalation hum prouuef "? entire . evolutb u in too treatment of din * cf of the lnncs. Tl.ire it no mil take, it in truly a wondarfcl discovery " llycean* fir tale *t BOYD A PAUL'S, No It.- Cbn'iubars it rest; (' II. Kiug, y, New York; and Mrs. flillon street, and j.. i' lr lil.it-.iiM Houston streets. Cema one, tome *11?and nil shall die? Rat mease, bug, roach, mosquito, fly. For nil these I.j-on'n l*od*oiili'*a Hmritetlc Powder and Magnetic Pills are immediate death. Dcpot424 1,roadway, and Ki Dock street, Philadelphia. roruer of John . tree and Broadway, zscw york; and mm. Hayrs, No. I?A Pulton street, and at No. ltd Atlantic strut, Brooklyn; C. U. Phil'ii;., ttrccr of IVooster nnd 11 i.iif. .i n k(ri>i tii litrtln C'holaRosjnr, for Fever and Ague, JiMh Van Unathert's female monthly pills, fur suppres sion: Ayert' oherry pectoral for oooel s nntlasthma; liast inr-' sy rup of naptbn for do. aud ? roup; Cook's remedy tor int. Diporance: Uodai rs' syrup of llvoi wort and tar for con st n.ptlon, inch $1: \i i lfc d Schiedam schtt tpps, 81: Morse's In vibrating cordial, $3, two (or$3: Russia salve, Dylley's pain extractor, McAlister's ointment. Koyser'a vermlfncc, each 26 t ents; Ilrt.l.ins's litters SO cents: iivatts infalli ble life bliss in for rheumatism; at l!lT III Vj, i '7 liowery. bird, ~ On llntTsday. of consumption, M.-ky Dowusrt, daueh to,- of the lalo Michael Dowliug, in the 25tU year of her age. On Thuvrday, April 1-1. AnsTWA HrNRU-n-r.t. daughter of John 11. and Caroline 11 il!sl< rg, aged 3years, 4 month.* and 16 dnys. On the 12th of April, Mary Jane Pov.n'R, ago.l 27 year*. Her reniuiu?were deposited iu the Cemetery of the Ever jirt ens. On Thursday, Af ril 13. Mary, wife of John Minuitor, in the 25th year of her ego. On Friday. April 14, at liis residence, Flashing, L. I., ('apt. Mam li. Texiiio, in the 82d year of his age. Suddenly, en Friday, April 14, from the blasting of a Yock. Wllih m Aiexa: i>Kit. son of Robert and I'atheriuo A. Pcttigrew, aged Id years, 4 monthsand 28 days. ?On Thursday, April 13, Kknjamin Waitk, aged 27 years. I On Friday nu rning, April 14, Rhopa, wife of John Ken nedy, and daughter of Joseph K. und Hannah Hodgson, in the 27tb year of Iter age. On Thursday. April 18, suddenly, of in(l-.minatory eroup, CTiakies E., only son of Charles and Josephine Mcliiil, aged 13 months and 13 days. 1 On Thursday, April lit, Cuahieu Mor.tWEB Gisguw, rgid 7 y.ars. step son of George K. Smith. On Friday, Aj ill 14, Joint O'Connor, aged t'O years. On Thursday, April 13, Ku-ua Jones, in the 50th year of Lis age. On Thursday, April 13, It.UEVLA Jenkins, aged SG years nnd 17 days. Ai Btuhwick, on Friday, April 14, of congestion of tlio hrain, Gertri or Lochia HKNr.nrm, only daughter of Wil liam II. and Henrietta B. Wilcox, aged 18 months. Iu New Orleans, April 2d, of consumption, Ralph KhLUM.o. foiuicriy of this city, aged 4d years and five months. At Petrit t, Mich., April 11. altera lingering illness, Mr. Aqait Clabkk, aged 75 years formerly a merchant of this ci'y. ADVERTISEMENTS RENEWED EVERY DAY, PERSONAL. INFORMATION WANTED?OF JACOB I.EISI.ER, X from II nu nu, Germany; has lived in New York, but lies r.ot been beard uf for five years. Any information about iiim, whet! t r ht is still alive or dead, will be thankfully re ceived for Ids friends by Buhl Von Kelleri Co., 24 vesoy ttroot. _ INFORMATION WANTED.?INFORMATION WANTED X of Samuel 8. II111, who resided In New York in DM I, and cxtcvUd a certain conveyance t.i the inquirer. Ilis nr.uie not nppmring in the City Directory, should this meet hi* eye, or anyone that may know hi* whereabouts, he will tear of son.etblug to Lis ad\ uutagc by scudiog his audress to M. (I., Herald cmce. INFORMATION W ANT ED?OF JOnN M. JOIINSON, aped twenty, of New llergt-n. Now Jersoy, tut of late cuiplojeil up town on the North river side at the carpenter's trade, llii otnpi jycr, or those with whom ho boarded, wRl confer a favor by forwarding their latest tidings of him, us his friends have not scon him since July last. r. H. JACKSON, 288 Madison street. UELIOIOl'8 NOTICES. SOUTH DUTCH CHURCH. FIFTH AVENUE, CORNER of Twentv-first street.?On Sabbath evening, at 7,'i o'cloek, Rev. 'J. M. MACAULEV, by request, will repeat his discourse on " The Influence of Fashion on the Female Character." THE LECTURE SEASON. IADIES LICTURE8.?KNICKERBOCKERIIALL.COR J ner of Eighth avenue and Twenty-third street.?Drs. Ian Doren and Whitney givo two freu lectures, to ladies only, at the aheve ball, on Wednesday and Thursday, April li>and20, at S o'clock P. M. Subject?Chronic diseases and female maladies. Office corner of Broadway and Eighteenth street. THE TURF. UNION COURSE. L. I. ? TROTTING. ? TUESDAY, April 18. at2>? P. M., a pane and (take, $250; mile l.eets, belt three in live, in harneii. II. Woodruff namei r. m. I.ady Franklin; A. Conklin names br.g. Stranger; U. Buckley names br. g. Toney. Stages leave Williamsburg ferries hourly daring the day for the course. JOHN I. 3NED1KER, Proprietor. CENTREVILLE COUR8E, L. I.?TROTTING.?ON Tuciday, April 18, at S o'clock, P. M., sweepstake $130; mile heots, best throe in five, in harness; the owners to driTt. A. Dnrvee names oh. g. General Pieroe; C. Watts nsims b. m. Saratoga Maid; J. Vanderbllt names b. g. Ilardwara; W. S. names g. g. Gray Eagle; J. Conklin names b. g. Unknown; J. Oliver names brown gelding . Omnibuses leave hourly for the eourse. REWARDS. dbinn REWARD.?STOLEN, TWO LOTS (ELEVEN JPXUU pieces) striped silks, from 8. H. A W. Fostnr's. 41 Broad rtrect. One hundred dollars will be paid for ths re covery of the goods and the detection of the thief, or in pro portion to the amount of goods recovered. (fcOA REWARD WILL BE PAID FOR THE RE tJpgaiV/ eovery of six dresses, two shawls, one mantilla, and two Ireastpins, marked C. R., with light haiYset in. Apply at 261 Seventh avenue. REWARD ?LOST, ON LAST MONDAY EVENING, spc) April 10, a white and black spotted spr.uiel slut IV ht ever brings her to 244 avenue A, between Sixteenth an J Seventeenth street', shall receive the above reward. <jf? r REWARD ?LOST, ON THURSDAY NIGHT. A BOUT sJT'eJ twelve o'clock, in a Broadway stage, a small opera glass, with the owner's name and residence nigra-.oil upen it. The Under will plenro leave it at the address, or with Bon,!. Pike A Sons, loti Broadway, and reoelve tho above re ward. <jSO REWARD?LOST, IN THE NEW BRUNSWICK ears, nt the Jersey City depot, on M nday. Mth lost., abmt 4 o'clock P. M., the third series of Ingoldsby Legends, by Richard Barham; Mno oover, Ilontley's London coition. T he finder will receive tho above reward, and the thanks of the owner, by leaving the book at 2ti Washing ton, or 118 Amos stroot. _____ A CUSTOM CUTTER. WHO HAS HAD TWELVE years experience in first class trade, would llko a situa tion. liett ot reference given. Address A.M., Herald oUico A BLOCK TF.LTII MAKER WANTED?MUST BE A good carver. Address, stating wages wanted and re c tit employers, Block Teeth, box 2Jt Chatham S i tare l'ost Office. CVARPF.T UPHOLSTERER WANTED?A MAN WICO J understands laying and fitting carpets, oilcloths and matting, will have steady work. Alto, four carpet sewers wanted. Call at 303 Broadway, corner of Franklin street, in the bate mint. 1 PERMANENT SITUATION WANTED?BY A MILL builder, in constructing a manufacturing o-<ab!i?h nicnt or a foundry and machine shop, with the ch.n'? of superintending berth wheu iu operation. Address Mill wright, Newark, N. J. ?* ITPUOL8TFRER WANTED-TO GO TO ST. LOUIS; J one who thoroughly understand* the business in all its brandies and can prodnco unexceptionable references. To tuch steady employment will he given, none others need ap ply at t3 Water itrcct, up stairs. WANTED-A FIRST CLASS SILVER PLATER. NONE other need apply at 1,028 Broadway corner of Twonty eighth etrect. TTTANTED?AN UPHOLSTERER; ONE ACCUSTOMED TV to general work. Inquire of Henry Stiff, No. 57 \Lpnfgonitry street, Jersey City. EDUCATION. OCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES.?CEDAR GLEN, SING d Sing. N. V.?Summer term will commence May 4. Terms $ I Ml per nrrcir. Refercneca In Now Fork; This. Small, No.Ferry street. D. P Bacou, ?Fourth street. Apply to Miss FOST F,K, Principal, 8inr; Sing. MISCKLLA\K,m H. *? <it9nn nnn oqq lost.-"carelessness of ?JcskiU v ' .UlMf .?i,e/s.) ci rrespondetiee."?Ed. Herald. Bad writing should ne Ion t r ev> t. f r ynu can ho tin rht for to w iite " a plain, legil lo hand.'? by going to BRISTOW wr.mofiiatcly, 2b'3 Broadway. "A wort to tie wiso Is s..tti eicnt." TvESlRABLE BOARD IN BROOKLYN CAN BE HAD If on resionnllo t'iris, with a family taking but tew lorrders, '1 be situation i? pleasant, and with'n fite minuter v alk cf the Fult. n ferry: oomfortable rooms. suit able for dnglc or married gentlemen. A| ply at hi Henry street, Brooklyn. M4 XCil H ouse and store to let-together or sepa ratoly, well situated ti r 1 urines*, on the Ninth avenue, bftwerr. fwei.ty f.r.t and Twenty second streets. Ti n house i? fit ted with Croton through' nt. To r. good tenant tie rent will ho moderate. Apply to Mr WHITE atFowlirxA Wells'. 131 Na-snu ctrtvt, between 10 and 3 o'clock. CTORE TO LET AND LEASE FOR SALE?OF TIIK O old cstabllslied gentle men's furnishing Ftor e. No. 1 I'ark row. ctrner of AnnMrcet. On 3 of the best lo, ations in the city. Inquire in tho store Tho rent?the UPPER story or house ho Ftm atroet, consisting of two rooms and two bedrooms, snitehlc for a small family. Inquire on the premises. OCULISTS ANoluiim DM It TOH ELL, OCULIST. AURI8T, *C, AC., ATTENDS exclusively to diseases of tha eye and ear. from ;s to 4 o'olock dally. at<V>2 Broadway, where nan lio procured hi? "Tn-ntlse on the Eye." Also ertifh ial eyes, which nre in serted without an operation, and will move end look exaet iv like tbr natnral eye. TnE EAR AND EYE?DR. HEATH, AURIST AND oculist, devotee hie special attention to tho treatment of deafness and all dieeaees of the ear and eye. Office ?M> White street, jnet weet of Broadway. Honrs from 9 to 12 andStofi. Patient*visited at their residence* Dr. H.'l mtva perch* anjiUw fit <I^ni fey Mtlfs BPBJC14X MOT1CE8. AH AUJOl KNfcb MiEYING WILL HK HELD AT t&? Stnyvcrant institute on Saturday, the l&th of April. *4 S o'clock 1*. M to adopt !? rth*r citjuiur** for tb? porch if# of Pr AMrtt'i r.fjrpMm ?r ? ||#cticn. All p?r?on? who are diairi us(?frcaii.ibg it in this -i.iutry are rdiwHei to attend. J. W. FRANCIS Presidentof tho Committee. AP A - 7HE Mnv-Byp-, Oi JACKSON LODGE. NO. . 5, cl tfcc A P. A.. ar? r>- m t?d to meet at their lodge room, coriur of Eighth avenue ? .rt 'i'v., ity ninth s'roet, l?t twelve o lock, M on Srtnl.y. t'.ic Itith instant, for the parpen of attending the fnn-ral of nDr late brother, Tin mat. lilMB. iron HI. late rr-ij,'. o?, 34.1 Wost Twenty sixth rtrcct. 7 tie Order in gt nt ra I are respectfully invited to attend. By order of JAMES BILL, W. tf. Jauci Mu; i.ik.v, K. 8. fNAUtlON.-Tl'E FOU.OWINO NOTES WERE EN isth kHL, at cloud ill a letter on ti e lit!. I'.gtTSi, and addnv ed to Hcrrv Wilcox. Wsitport the 'tint has jug either l.ceti stolen tr mitcarriod, tho public are hetebv cautioned agiinit negotiating t'.c notes. bn.. lour notes to onrown order. and endorsed in blank as follows at four months fr< m Feb. 4, 1M4, (3,159 iki at four mouths from Feb. It', 1H54, 8?,1."9 06; at five months from Feb. 11, (4,120 <1, at five months fr >m Fob. .7, $4,12084, payable at tho Bank inform Couiineree, in Vow Vork. Any fnlurniattbu respecting tho same will ho thankfully re. clved. SAMUEL JUDDS, SONS A CO. 10. OF O. F ?TI1F. MEMBERS OF ENTERPRISE ? Lod.'e N?..'fi I. 0 of O. F., are horohy notified that tho Iodic l.aa moved from Corinthian Hull to the Gothic room of Odd Fellowt' Hal),where it will hold its futuro meeting., in Tuesday evenings, us usual. JAMES IIUSTON, N. G. "IRVING BUILDING AND MUTUAL LOAN ASSOCIA X tlon.?Notice to delinquents?All members who aro in uirears for six months or more, nro hereby notified that ti|iless the amount dne is paid at t'.c otboo immediately, tie aharos hold by them will In forfeited In accordance with tho provisions of the Act of i n corporation, sec. 4. E. COMBS, Secretary. iULIUS RUMMER, LANDSCAPE PAINTER, HAS opened his new studio at No. 306 Broadway, room No. Pnpila admitted fur instruction in draw ing aud paint* tog. Manassas mining company.?notice is hereby given that a meeting of the stockholders of tho iiannssas Mining Company wiH he hel l at their oMco.VO Broadway, "n 'luosday, 2u of Mav next, for the elo tiou of tifliotrs for tho ensuiug year Poll open from 3 to 4 o'clock l'.M. By order. ANDRE W TOD, Secretary. VTOTICE.?THE COMMITTEE ON STREETS WILL is meet on Friday next, tho Utliiust., at 3 1*. M., in the room No. 8 City Hall, to hear parties Interested in the open iitig aud extending of tho Bowery tlirou ,h Chatham and Pi art streets, to Franklin square All persons to he affected in any manner hy the proposed improvement are requested ' WM. B. ~ to attend. WM. Ii. DRAKE. 1 Commute ORISON BLUNT, > on JUSIAU W BROWN, > Streets. OFFICE OF THE ACCESSORY TRANSIT COMPANY of NUaragna. New York, April 14, 1K5I ?Notice is huehy fivan tl.at nn elt ction for president and six directors to manage the biiincss of this company for twelve months fritu the tivst Moiday in Juno neat, will he held at tho of fi'e of the t ixnpnn.r on Monday, the 1st day of May next, from 12 o'clotk II. to 2 P. M. Hv order, ISAAC C. LEA, Secretary. OFFAI, NIkSANCE.?THE OWNERS OF PROPERTY and residtnls in tin neighborhood of Forty-fifth street, ui t rtyor. artinvitcd to attend a public meetiug to be helu it Turtlo Bay Brewery, between hirst and Second avenues. In 1 orty fifth Arcet, on Saturday evening, April 1?, J 454, i 7 ? dock, to protest against und adopt such measures as may lie necessity to prevent the contemplated denosite of cd.al at the looaol' Forty -tilth street. "IILSTAURANy ?TOYNBEF.'S RESTAURANT, QNT1IE J\ corner of Mxntague place and Court street, Brooklyn, is tlie only cstablshmont that has ever equalled, tf not cur p-itS'd similar pik es in New York. Tho proprietor invites ti i puMic to cumtand judgo for themselves, aud see if thoy have n. t got w i lt has long bocn wanted iu tho city of Brooklyn. Ladied dining and supper rooms; al io, dinners HEiL ?DX. P5?^.S?. ?ke^eity. Proprietors, rol NBliKA JOSlAII HOPKINS more earncsty substaktial sympathy and suoeor. In ronse qtunce of the unutytntly largo number of orphans who have Ictn maintained, the ir.tr.".ordinary prices of provisions ami other necessaries, aniMimiuishcd res lurces, ttie treasury is not only empty. But olUationi have been inourred In anti cipation of these coHettions, and which are to fie satisfied fri ni tl o proceeds. Tit g< u?rou? response which overy ap peal irom the same foug-e has hitherto called forth inspires the confidence that tbc\nero inliuiatiou ot tho needful, not to say embarrassed, conlition of tho Institutions, will be quite sufiiclent, without any formal appeal, to evoke simi lar aid in the present iistmce. M. J. O'DONNELL, Secretary. STOCKHOLDERS MEKT1NG.?A MEETING OF TnE k_* stockholders ot tfie Pha-nix Golil Mining Company of California is called In take place at tho office of tho com pany, No. fi Wall street. April 17. at 3 o'clock P.M., to take into consideration tl<- necessity of an assessment on stock to make snadditionid purchase of valuable mining pr iperty and for other purpefn of importance to the well being of the company. K. U. U01T, Secretary. CP O 1 1RITI ALISM.4-MR. F. B. CONKLIN. TnE WELL O known test mod um for spiritual manifestations, lia' ing hie rooms, Mcsscnge from 10 to 12. 3 to S, returned from Waihingtnn, can he soi-n and consulted at of Light Building, 553 Broadway, daily, and 8 to 10. TAX COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE, NEW YORK, APRIL 10, 1S64.?Notice ta tax payors.?The assessment rolls of ti e several w ards of the city and county of New York will be open for exanfnition and review from Saturday, the fOth day of May, n a til Monday, the 20tli day of June, in elusive. All tax payets desirous of examining or correcting oils the asmssm<nt rolls arc requested to make application to the undersigned, at tiicir office, between the hours of 9 A. X. aud 4 P. M. J. W. ALLEN, ) GEO. M. PURSER, > Tax Commissioners. WM. J, PECK, ) TXTARREN LODGE, 263, I. O OF 0. F -THE MEM vv bers are requested to attend a special meeting of tho lodge, on Tuesday evening, April IS, as business of import ance will he laid before the lodge. J. MURRAY, Soeretary. WI DEAR THAT THE INFANT FREDRICK IS HAP )y, and enjoying himself finely in the other world,riding on tm spiritual telegraph, soated easily ou[a nice paddea saddle; the only difficulty he finds is jumping the poles. Anxlms friends can hear more by calling at No. 2Doy street. VIIIANVIAL. Awe AAA ?CASH ADVANCED ON DIAMONDS, ?J> ? Jtl'UV/. watclics, jewelry, segars. pianofortes, incr cbanlise. and personal property generally, or tho same bone it for caeb, on liberal and confidential terms, at No. 83 Kasstu street, up stairs, over the dining saloon. ACI nnn T0 LOAN?ON diamonds, watches, SprJJ ,UUU jewelry. Ac.?The undersigned having re newed facilities would solicit a continuance of patronage in thoirgencral agency, loan and commission business. Stocks, note , bills of exchange, bonds and mortgages, Ac., bought and Bid; stocks of merchandise, stores and losses disposed of with despatch, at 102 Nassau street, room No. 2. THOMPSON A CO. A OH nnn~L0AN ON MERCHANDISE, JEWELRY, JpOU.UUU pianofortes, Ac.; lease bouse and store, Souti Sixth street, Williamsburg ; house furnishing store, Iilvliion street?91.800: wholesale liquor store, on Clinton and Delancy streets?91,000. Apply at 102 Nassau street, room No. 0. THOMAS A CO. ST 000 T? ,10'000'?A SPECULATION WORTH looking after.?A person with this amount, ? bo ran remain in Ihu city and engage a few good business mcn'o travel, can n iw get an enterprise ont of which it will lo clearly shown that $50,000 cau be realized in about tix m nths. Addross E. L. D., Herald ofiue. >&9 nnn 0R $1'.r>00 WANTED-ON first mort iiPAi.UUV/ gage on four valuable building lots, situato on tbe corner of First avenue. Apply to E. DE MOlT, No. 17 Sprnco stroot. A WIDOW LADV, IN REDUCED CIRCUMSTANCES, wishes to meet with a party who will loan her $21*1, for which undoubted security will bo given. Picssc addross Annetta. Broadway l'eet Ofliuo. c ASH ADVANCED (OR NOUGHT OUT FOR CASH) ON every kind of nurchAndiso and personal property, such at diamonds, w&tchtf, pianos', se^art, dry good*, groceries, Ac., Ac., on meet reism&Mc term*. directly _._ectly with me, without delayer Koing cnt of office. l'1c.*uo cut this o?it and keep it. DA CAMARA, No. 81 Nassau street, room No. 6. INTEREST ON CITV STOCKS?THE INTEREST ON J the public sloths of the city of Now York, duo and pay Sblc May 1, 1N">4, will Lo paid on that day by F. W. E imoiide, , 1 a.i . Chamberlain of the city, at tbe Mechanics'Bank, 33 Wail street. Tie transfer books will be closed Tuesday, t Bill 11, at 3 o'elook, P. M. For tho convenience of stock holt erf, transfers will be permitted during the period the Hoke remain closed, to take effect May 1, 1804. > cw York, April 7, ItSt, A. C. FJ-AQU, Comptroller. M ONEY AT 280 BROAD WAV.?CASH ADVA^'CeS made on merchandise, jewelry, silver ware, watches, diamonds, piaios, or any other property; also tho above l.onght for cask. _ Bnslnes" eontidentifiI. t'.-y Broadway, cp stairs, from 0 to 6 o'elook. The highest prices paid in cash. Money.-'ash adyancf.s on diamonds watches. Jewelry, silver ware, merchnndiso, valuables, sod personal property generally or bought for ? >?h. Apply to k. wood, 69 FuUon street, second floor, front moil. from 8 A. M to 5 P U, LOST AND POUND. DOO LOST?ON ATRIL 12. A YOUNO NEWFOUND land dog, middle else, black silky hair, white for lend, throat and lre.n?t; tho feet aud tail tippel with white; answers to tho name of Victor. A ruw.ird will I a paid for returning him to JAMES NACK, at 73 Amu- street, or at the County Clerk's Oiftcc. ITOUND ?IHE LADY ANT) GENTLEM AN THAT LOST i a portc-monnaie, (with a receipt frmn the E.-.-rgrem Cemetery ) at the Jnmab-a Hotel, Long Island can have tho sstne by calling Or sending for it, and pay ing lor thk adver titcment. L S. SAM M IB, Proprietor. j IOST.?STOLEN OR TAKEN BY MISTAKE. FROM J 41 llrond street., two lots (11 piece.) Striped silk N a. 731 and 7-'t?- W hoever will ntnrn tbe ijiit will lo suitably re _ itably warned ly S. U. A C. W. FOSTER. LOST-ON THURSDAY EVENING, IN THE NF.IOII borl.ood of West llroadw ay ami Franklin street, or in the Eighth aveuno cur . a gold enamelled band er bracelet. The bnder will 1? III .rally rowarded by returning the taroi to U. Boyd, Mi Yt nrrcn street. OST-1N ATLANTIC STREET, BROOKLYN, BR J tweon Bond and t'orrt street', on tho Id'1, lmtr.nt moss agate brooch, tet In fll. grcc . Id. y.tene pinkish white, I with red mo?s.) Whoever will returh tho same to Mar. h'* j Athene-urn bookstore, 17.'> Atlantic street, Brooklyn, will j le rewarded with tic dollar-. LOST-A SMALL BLACK AM' TAN TERRIER: HAD ! white leather collar marked Thomas T. Sion- The | 11 di r will b, paid for his trou le hy returu...: i.iui to No. j f1, Barclay it net. TOST-ON THE 14Tn INST. WHILE GOING FROM j tho corner of Great Jones str'i t and Broadway t ? Yt a airhsv piece, hy Fifth e>eni-.? t ? Fcrlict'i trest, a plaid ?haul. The flncor wBl receive a liberal reward by leaving it at Wilson's office, rortier ot Croi' v and li:<-aek*r rtr etc. OST? IN TIIF VICINITY OF UNION PLACE OR J Broadway, a jrey lata bracelet, composed o( tin w 1th a ccrvea ornr mcnt reprrsonilns a i', ruMrr Tlr ilnder will please leave ti e same at the < ih re < f the I ui m Place Hotel, where he w111 l.o suitably rewarded. Lost?at mi chambers street, a draft of fid". If the gentleman who has it will send the draft I y p- ?t to (9e Broadway Pott Ofdco, he will rave mo a Jonrr.ey to Cuba. Payment on tl.e draft is forbid. OMlrs F. WALKER. OVERCOAT LOST?ft REWARD?LOST, OUT OF A wagon, on Thursday morning. April IS, in going from Sixth avanua through Thirteenth street, up Seventh avenue to Twentieth etreet, n black cloth overcoat. The finder will receive the above reward by leavlag tbe tame at the ? (AM n'nmlam 4 Yt ? O' if _. . J?A. t.1._ store of O'Brien A D ngea, Sixth avenue, one door below ! feurttowth ftrtfl. WAirrs. <t>o/}A -wanted, a young man, to attend a *. 4Uvv ? ? On iliat could lead i*i? taplflyif l' I'liovi aiiiouut would receive a trood situation t > ult- n l *t< tt. Etft of ttiofit v dvcn; or a ?oau with $*?4i0 would l>? uk i. a,- paitiicr. Aj j.ly to HOVYKS A HAMMOND, el hotCtu ktrtet. A LADY, HAVING A SrrERiOK sotrano yoioe ai. 1 so ? ciloLt si?i.t reader, long accust Jinod to Uail, uauU a dtuution Id u cl.uroh, in Brooklyn or Now fjvf k tactpUU.) Addr-t# VIunAc, Brooklyn Host A PARISIAN CHAMBERMAID. WILLING TO WASH, iron, cook, and beftip a tint rate Ream* treat. !? desirous of linoing a family going to California which would avail it self of Lir services Apply at ILu piano ruuuis. IS! Uroitdwa/. A NEW ENGLAND LADY, Or UNF.XCEPTION ABLE J.V cbnracti r and adilr j, a competent Housekeeper and OK tile attuirs. either 10 city or country, or would assist a ? ad) iu the duties of tho same; wuuld take particular iu tercsilu a family of children. A idrct.. 11 U., Herald office t YOUNG WIDOW LADY OF KESI'E''TAU1LITY. a*, who. from unforeseen circumstances tiuJ, it noccs-ary to engage in tome 1 usinc-s by which sho may obtain a pleas ant bi roe. oiicro ucr servicer as housekeeper The teat of reiereucc can bo riven. Address Widow b., Herald oltiee. A YOUNG LADY IVANTED?TO ATTEND A FIRST class rettaurnnt saloon, ?itinted down town. It will a daybn.-tatM principally. None bat Americans need apply. Api ly to Howes A llnniuu-nd, hi Name street. VOL NO. MAN, OF GOOD MORALS AND STRIOT honesty, is wanted as salesman in a gas fixture ertah iishinent in Brooklyn. Ncuo need apply without nncxeep (.100 Must live in tforalle references. Salary lirst your I I rooklyn. Address tins Fixtures, llorald offln \ YOVNO MAN, A PROTESTANT WANTS A SITUA tion as eoachman; ho perfootlv understands the dare of bones an.l driving; would bo willing to mak i liimnelf o. UI.I-V, .111 I u.iviuy. e..111.1 m niiiinu io Hint. i.nu ni feneraily useful. Can rive good eity reference. Noobjeo ion to tne country. Address M. J., Herald otitic, for a few davs. T) OOKKEETER'S SITUATION WANTED ? HY A i> yonng man of soreral yeurs practical experience in tuis ciiy, either by double or single entry Has no objection to go South or nest. Most satisfactory testimonials as toes i-al lllty. Ac., will be given by addressing a noto to A. T., I.'crald office. B OOKKEFFER IVANTED? WANTED. IN A FIRST tin,s dry good jobbing house, a bookkeeper fully coui 1 - tent to t: kc the entire char/o of tho books and act as cnthier. None but a man of undoubted ability and charac ter need apply. Address II. C. A Co., with real namo and reference, Ilcrald oflice. BOV WANTED?IN THE LACK AND EMBROIDERY store 73i> Broadway. /CALIFORNIA.?A RESPECTABLE WOMAN, THIRTY v_' years of a.-e, rnd It callable housekeeper, or would do gi ncral hourcwrork, and is an experienced nurse, would like to go ont with a family or persona that would require her services; would bo willing to stay any lcn -th of lime when there that may I c agreed upon. Can gi- e tho best of city reference as respn ts charaoti r and capability. Please call or address a note to Mrs. Mack, 175 Chryatie street. ( an 1c seen lor one week. fTLOTIIINU.?WANTED, BY A YOUNG MAN W1IO \J has had eight years' experience in tho clothing bti-i nets, and can influence s uic Southern and Northern trade, to iiiya, e with a whole-sale slothing house as salesman, i an furnish the I est of references. Addresa, for four days, Msi. li., IIuaid oflice. /hiambermaid and seamstress on nurse \J Situation wanted in a small private family; rood city rcferouccsgiven. Apply at No. i-17 Second avenue, corner of Twenty second street, for two days. f n |i AM F ERMAID OR NURSE.?SITUATION WANTED, l y u German girl, in a in ivato family. G. od city role ti.ro given. Apply at Flu Thirteenth street, tctweoii So iiith and Eighth avenues, for two days. /TOOK?TWELVE YEARS EXPERIENCE IN GER. vy many, enn speak a Uttlo Engli >li?Situation wanted in a small private family; good eity rot'ernices giveu. Apply at No. 1 avenue C, betwcou Houston and Second street.-, lor two days. fiOOK, WASHER AND IRONER, TO GO TO CALI V_y lornia. -Situation wanted, in a private family. Address Ai, No. li Howard court, Brouklyu, lor two days. /NOOK. WASHER AND IROXER.-SITUATION V J wanted iu a small private family; good city references given. Apply at JbO ll est Seventeenth street, !or (two daye. COOK, WASHER AND IRONKR WANTED?GOOD lity references required. Apply ut No. I Grocnwiah street. Drug clerk.?wanted, in a retail dku<, ftor?. a young man competent to difpunso medi ine* ii d attend to the routine buBioefg of a retail drug Htorc. Keferenct r mutt be unexceptionable, and *alarv moderate. Ai drvaa Pharmacy, Herald office. D RUO CLERK WANTED?ONE WELL EXI'ERI oncod iu the city retuil busineis may tiiid a situation I y applying at lftri Sixth avonuu. Also, a young tnan. lti or IS years ol age, to learn the business. Apply as above. D RUG CLERK WANTED?ONE WHO CAN COME woil recomuondod may apply at 475 Sixth avenue. F EEDF.BS WANTED ? FOR POWER PRINTING presses. Apply in tho pressroom of tho Herald oflice. French nurse and chambermaid. ? situa tion wauled in u small private family: good city refer enco given. Apply atl,U74 Broadway, lor two days. QOVERNESS WANTED?TOGO A SHORT DISTANCE in the country. The lady must he competent to teach the English branches of education, music and French. For pni-ticnlars apply to Dr. Thomas r. Cocks, No.?Twelfth trcet, three doors east of Broadway. Applicants are re quested to call between the hours of 10 and 1 o'clock, for three days. Housekeeper.?situation wanted in a small private family; good city reference given. Ap ply at >0 Second avenue, for two days. Liverpool?a young lady\ desirous of going to Liverpool about the 1st of May next, would eu gago herself as lady's maid, child's nurse, or iu any other capacity, for ber passage. Can be well recommondud by applying at 1&6 West Fourteenth street, where she can be seen. L AD wanted in a land office-must be _ fifteen to seventeen years old, intelligent and smart, write a good hand, know something of bgures, business, and the city. Address, in applicant's own hand, tu Lana Office, and deposit in letter box at 434 Fourth avenue. Miller wanted.-an unmarried man. who is willing to make himself gonoi-ally useful, will find a good home and constant employment by applying to D. tployment by applying Knowles. Lodi, Bergen county, ft. J. The New York and Lric Railroad trains atop at Passaic bridge, which it about two miles from the mill. NURSE WANTED - A VERY CAPABLE, Ex perienced and clever nurse can meet with a desirable situation in a genteel family in New Brighton, Staton Island. Strict city references required. Address Post Office box 10(15. VTURSE AND CIIAM 11E11MAID.?SITUATION WANT 1> ed in a email private family; good city reference given. A prly at 36 Ridge ttrect for two day*. Nurse?wanted, an American, English ok Scotch girl, capable of taking care of a child twelvo month* old. Apply at 111 West Twenty sixth street. Good reference required. VTURSE WANTED-A GOOD, CAPABLE PROTES .iw taiit woiunn, who can come well recommended: none other need apply to No. To Amity (trout, tromi> to Id o'clwfc ORGANIST?SITUATION II'ANTED, BY A HIGHLY accomplished organist, for auy church "r chap 1 iu New York or Brooklyn. Address E. W.. Herald office PORTER WANTED?FRENCH OR GERMAN l'RF, ferreri, miift come woll rcootnmended rnd he acquainted with the handling of wince. Address l?Oxh<17 Poet Oillco. Seamstress wanted-for a short time: one who understands cutting and fitting ladio.-,' and ciiil drcn's dresses: mn?t ho neat and quick at eewiug. Apply atId East Twenty ninth atrcct. SERVANT WANTED?A SINGLE GENTLEMAN 0 wants a reliable y, u>( BU, (who hue a good ed Men and who has no incuuiti ant es,) ns a hody servant. Address Mr. II atklnson, Herald office, with references. SITUATION WANTED?BY A YOUNG MAN AS BAR kevper, in rome wholesale or retail calahllshment. Can produce the 1 est of ref< rercee as to charaotcr, Ac., from his Is-t employer, Addrees L. O., Herald oltleo. SITUATION WANTED-BYA RESPECTABLE YOUNG O woman, to do housework in a small prlrato family. Call ai l'<7 West Thirty sixth street, near Eighth avenue. SITUATION WANTED-COOK AND A GOOD B \K er? In a small private iaiuiiy. Good city reforenco iiven. Apply at i&'d 1 irst avenue, hctweon Thirteenth and ourtoenth streets, fourth floor, Iront room, tor two days. CERVANTS.?TIIE BEST SERVANTS FOR EVERY O hind ol' work, as cooks, cbninhcrmaids. lanudrcsscs, waiters, girls lor housework, German and French servants, Germi.n >ai rncrr, waiters, garuenurs. coachmen?none hut rcsln otablc help?always to he found at MOKI'.LS A COII M.RT S establishment, 2o7 Broadway, corner Kcade .-trcet. under the Irving liouso. fj O LOSS PLUMBERS -A YOUNG MAN, NINETEEN _ years of are, snd who has been (our yenrs at tlie trade, wans to serve out his time in a good siiop. Best ?f city run rencr given. Any loss wauting a young' man will plcao address Plumber, Herald othee. TO BROKERS?WANTED, TOR A WELL EDUCATED youth who has just bnishod his studies, and who can inmisli undoubted testimonials in rogard lo t haraeier. a lituation in a hanking house, or stock and exchange o:i) o i f respectable standing, wliero ho will have fa> illtics of vin Ing a . OEcral knowledge of business. Address C. Andrews, through the Post Office. T'NE PILLS FRANQAISE, D'UNE BONNE AGE, U dfsirc unc place daos une faraDl- allaut eu France, pour scrvlrc tine dame on dee entans. Elle donuera Ue bouno r,ei mu.andations. P'adreaser f>18 Broome street WANTED?A GIRL, IN A SMALL PRIVATE FAMILY, IT to do general housework. she must be a good plain cook, washer and ironer. A| ply at 2tf< Fourth *Gj?et VI'ANTED?A PROTESTANT GIRL TO COOK. WISH YT and iron In a small family. Apply at No. ? Madison rqunrc, ntrth. ri O CARPENTERS?WANTED, TWO OR THREE i. house carpenters; good workmen. Apply immediately at No. 13 Centre street, cornor of Chamber*. WANTED?A TIDY PROTESTANT GIRL, TO DO TT gout rnl housework In a small family. Must be a good washer and ironer Ihey wi 1 remove on th? 1st of May a short distance in the conntry. Apply immediately at 33 Second street. WANTED-BY A YOUNG WOMAN. A SITUATION TT in a tsmily that i- going t > California: understands difitmsking. and would make l.< rself generally useful; 1* willing to stay with them alter arriving there. Please t all at 36 M < st Broadway. WANTED?TWO OR THREE YOUNG LADIES. W HO TT uiideratand the makin" up of laces and embroideries, i Note at cd apply who canaiot give the hist of reference as j to vksractor Ac Addrsss, post pa<d, J. II O., Herald j WANTED?A PROTESTANT AMERICAN OR OF.R Tl man girl, for general housework In a priyxts lainily. . None other need apply at 71 Sheriff street. TITAN TED?A FIRST RATE COOK. WASIIER AND TT ironer, to go to Staten Island. Apply at til Clinton plate, between 12 and 2 o'clock, to day. WANTED-TO GO TO WASHINGTON. A RESPECT TT able German or American woman, to take ear" of a child and sew. Apply on Saturday morning, from into 12 0 clock, at the Clarendon Hotel. w ANTED?AN ENGLISH OR GERMAN WOMAN, AS rook Mid lanndrese, in a family of three poraons; she mart he thoroughly competent, and bring rood references for thgrnctyr, neatness kt. Apply at 1M AldrMgo street, Itlow Riviagtoa, tstwTTk 2 ??* 4 o'sleek. /?? WAHTi. Pltf'TT' HTA NT roni (V A WW t I tie washing Mi# Imt ^ ' " f ? t? "i?? niFt gland bx'.'tog. \uBt >*frrei??. t ours of II mil 2. ITfANTIKA V(i " O LAIC. * llo THOROUGHLY. II under. 51, ? wr. ?! n en Slnrer'.. s. wing Mvrhiree; i-ii -?? t. . id<f *' " i / ? i v ?' r ? ,, t,,i also. iwelvs nit !m tr ploy ir.1t hy fpplvtiig en the eorncr of Raymond and Buliy streetg, l.m l.lvn TXTANTBD?A WOMAN, TO DO GENERAL HOUSE TT w < rk. She iniirt he a (e<u| ... , V :. I er ant Ironer ?rd bin un< xrepiiona1 le refernn Call it 283 H'r>t Twenty tint atretit. lirst bouse wustfrcm Ninth avenue, le tween !' and 11 o'clock. TiriT NURSE WANTED?A WOMAN WITH A TT healthy breast of milk, for a child ten months old ; must he kind and good natured. Apply at IH East Twouty ninth street. Tf'ET NURSE?WANTED, A WOMAN WITH A 11 fresh and healthy breast of milk; city reference re quired. Apply at Willard'a Hotel, room 43. WET NURSE.?SITUATION WANTED, IN A SMALL '? private family: -o .<! city references given. Applv at 11.' i n-t Ihirty oevcuth street, for two days, second doot from the corner. W ET NURSE W ANTED?TO TAKE A CHILD TO HER IV own home. A lesltliy kind person, an American, I i irh or Sect, li preferred or any Inly having lost her lit... who would take it for a few monthi will be properly ren tnpenssd. Apply at, or address. S73 Ninth avenue, Ct rl er of Thirty third street, in the office, WET. NURSE SITUATION WANTED IN A SMALL TT prvale family; good eltv reference Riven. Apply at (e. 1 ooseveltstreet, for three days. TETANTKD? FOR A HOTEL, A GOOD MEAT COOK, II i it lie r male or female; no objection to ;v person of color; hUo a young man at. uiglit watchman, and a woman to take el a of store room, and. one ai pantry girl. Apply at "At Broadway. ~\\rASHING WANTED.?LADIES' OR GENTLEMEN'S II wa.hing wanted,by an experiencedlaundress. die un dentauda French fluting and oox plaiting. Can give the beat of <ily reforeme fir honesty and capability. Call at 15 Sixth street, second door, I uck room. YLrANTED IN A COAL OlFlCE?A YOUNG MAN AS IT clerk; most eomo well recouiineuded. Address S. W., Herald office. WANTED-A GARDENER, WHO THOROUGHLY' UN dent .ntl ? the raising of vcgetuhlo*. and is competent to tnbo the oharge of a small form. Apply to Mrs. Thornton, at the landing of the Twenty-third street ferry, East river. TirANTED?SITUATIONS, BY A MAN AND WIFE; IT one as waiter, the other as shirt aud collar ironer, or Innudrns. with a private family or hotul. Addresa Z., Herald c ffico. YVTANTED?AN EXPERIENCED SALESMAN. NONE II otl era need apply at tho New Y'orit Mourning Store, 477 Broadway. M. MYERS. WANTED-A YOUNG Man OF BUSINESS nABITS II and good address, to solicit aJvcrtiacmunta for a rea pei talde weekly newspaper. A liberal salary and comuiis sion will bo given. Addrto M M . Herald office. YI-ANTED-IN A CAUl'ET STORE A PORTER, WHO 11 thorou tl.ly understands tho bciim-. to such a one employment will bo given, nono other, i, . -l ..t.t. > Apply at 44* I'eurl street, , WANTED?A GOOD MAN. TO SOLICIT ORDERS FOR a ataple article used by Agriculturists. Apply to R. W. Cameron, 118 Wall street. ? \T,rANTF.D TO GO TO CAl.IFORN'A.-AN INDUS IT triouBai.il intelligent young man, who is willing to Work his pniaage, or hind a reasonable portion ol his timo alter arrival. Uau gi\e tho best of refert'.ces, and ie per muted to refer to t.n present employer, with whom he has been two years. Addrteu, with real name, and appointing a conference, L. 8., llirnld cill so. TITAN TED?TO DRIVE A CITY' EXPRESS WAGON, A 11 yotiug man, (American.) used te tlie care of burros, and well acquainted with the city. Mutt ho tvoil recommended for honesty and Industry. A perninnvut si'uation aud fair wager. A Idrcsr, with name uud rfi'.rt. c, E. A. 8., box 1,0(1(5 Pott Office. TirANTED?TWO Y'Ol'NG MEN OF OOOD ADDRESS, TT to tako orders for a new and popnh.r work bcauti fully illustrated. W ages i.nd commission paid, Juqnire til .1. 'illHis A Co.. 53 Dey rtnet WANTED-A SMART, ACTIVE. HONEST BOY, OF TT nl out sixteen oroighteon years of age. to work in the office of the Dev Street Hotel. A good recommendation re quired. Apply immediately to Merritt A Laugley, 54 and 50 Dey ttrc<t. fANTED?A SMALL IiOY, IN A BROKER'S OF flce. Apply at No. 83 Wall streot, up stairs. TANTED?A YOUNG LAD W HO IIAS SOME KNOWL 1 edge of drawing, to lenrn the art of engraving on wood, o, one or two good engravers. Apply at Pfncknoy s ca lirhment, 102 Nassau street, ANTED?BY' A BOY, FIFTEEN Y EARS OF AGE. A , . situation to learn carpentering, gasiitting, or painting, ddress G. P., Herald office. w w THE FIRF.JIE1V. MT. BRENNAN HOSE COMPANY NO. CO WILL . meet at No. 48 FrnuVIin rtrecf, on tLit Saturday even ing, April 15, at 8 o'clock, to hear tlie report of the Commit tee on Dy-I.uws, and to adopit sueh other measures as may be needed to procure a location, hose carriage, Ac.,forthe pur pose of the Company doing active duty immediately. By ordir JOHN CLANCY, Foreman. Walter Rociir, Secretary. NEW PUBLICATIONS. AN EXTRA NUMBER.-CONTENTS OF THE SUN day Dispatch for April 1G ISM.?Sixty <?olumns-ql choice reading matter for four cent*. 1 lie Almighty Dollar, a satire on the timei. "Cunie liovr before bi> throne and ting; l.et skeptics scotf and caper; " ' * " " ~ 1 ad King? Almighty Dollar's God and Ana made of good bank paper." Jim Ravelin and hi* Wife, or Scenes from Life ahrong the Lowly, by the author of " Violetta Goualla," ' Kate and fanny RcnisdcU," Ac. Auuther Letter from the Oyatcrman: in whiohoareld friend." ike liiler, tho Isterman," relates the most won derful incidents of his life among the nevr lights Of progress. or carious KevelationB trom I tali; embracing a variety Of items and incidents in the great Mormon empire. Wanderings of a Typo over the World; or, the Interesting AdvcDtores of a Journeyman l'rinter before he woe thirty years old. Married in Spite of Themselves; by the ewtbor Of '!?? jpes from Trinity Btecple." A' jgformer. 1. Am** ?t the PuTlU Expenid'. . \?.? . ?' "Cnor " Retired; Cutting *?. Rreekenridce in Washington, and Wild ve. Seely, laltw York. Ytcit ing times among duellists. kyngtsbedd; A description of the lied of State~o"fMnrv" Ouct n of Scots; Morals of yueen Eliiahoth; French Descrip tion; Tohnllot; The "l'arudise of Spain" and it* Lovelv Dougliters; Contrast between John Bull end Johnny l rapean; Naval 1 orcc and Commerce of DiffrreaO Nations li e Hues and Turk on the Danube, and the Aaeiaat Wan of the East; Wonders of Alchemy, anil the I ? p'tMhras practised in its Name; Spring Fashions and w.fiifiun The Fine Arts in the Metropolis: Opera and the rnfflhi?in' tore sting historical facts; Opinions on DjplMMtic Cttume and National Ideas of Court Dress, Ao.1 An Old Sailor's Stoiyr, or the Adrcntnrtji grfaa Evrntfu* Life, at gleaned from the hero la person, whdesyet alive to verify tl.c revelation. . ? TLe Orphan's Trials?An exsiting sketch, "by Angela "? Reverses of life in a gn at city; Chances from the mansion parlor to the hovel garret, a rue friends novsr desert the un fortunate. The Cabin Boy's Story?An exciting narrative, embracing startling revelations of crime, by the author of the "Pirate Doctor, "Deed men end drowned women tell no talos." Items for Lady Readers?Kate Krittcnden in Search of a Iliist ar.d; llloomers and Short Skirts; Lining for Bonnets; Wbnt it costs to make Ixdics; A reason why Women can never be Type betti rs; l adies, take eare oi your Private Litters; Egyptian ideas of French Beauty; Woman's Righto ? Surrender of the Masculines. 'I homaa D. Jones. I ho .Sculptor.?An interesting biographi cal i kt teli of the trials and lortuncs ol a turn of genius, aud what be has already accompli hed. Young Atncricn Daguerreotyped?By an Old Fogy. As found in society at balls and piutics, in standing shirt col lars and pinafores. What Senilis and I raw in Brondway ? A pen and ink si etch of the manners and morsls of Gotham. lien Franklin Dissected?By French an I English seriblera of the age iu which Le lived, i.s compared with what is notf paid of l.im On Fights and Fits: or Sports of the Ring and Pn!p(i.-? Struggles for the championship; tfce combatants and tbeit backers. A Flight in the Orchard.?By Frank Fortunatos. A riot Story, from life. A Week s (Heatings of Crime. Correspondence. Light Rc catling, original and select. Original Poetry. Doings in tho sporting World. Latest News by Mail aud Telegraph. dbe W orlil of Amusement?Embracing a variety of items el spctl.il Interest Juat r.t this time. N'i tea and (Jueries?in * bieh are snsw-red over Gfty que ries fr< m corn .-pendents in all parts of the Union, on every mil ty of :objects of public interest. Editorials: On Public OGin. rs; Freo floods and Ships: the Enn-pean IV nr. dr., Ac., with n great variety of original 11 rsglr pbs on tiie topics of the times. " " for this "' " Our portfolio for this week's readin g?Spiritual Manifeste ticnt; Vl hat Constitute! a Natlvs; Red llair. A Fern Leaf; A Horn Digger; Singular Discovery; The Anthor of "Home, Sweet Berne;" Singular 1 ncident at the Death of a Human Monattr; New Tork vs. Pennsylvania; Wonderful Coal bi r.t; Santa Anna s Last Dodge; An Earthquake Once a Week. Industry and Odd; Austrian Statistics; Religious 'lea Parties: An American Abroad; An Ungodly Coin; Sketch < f Cora Montgomery: A Keyhole View of the Harem; The Half Housekeeper. About Newspapers; Yankee Inge nuity . The Miiwtakie Negro Case; f.ndy Doctors; Amid tione Failures; Wonders of Ship building, or the Monster ftftatuer: Important Invention; lllflerencc between Friend ship and Love: Bonded Merchandise. A Narrow Escape; (l.il ttsnity among the Turks; Steam Clocks; Spinning; Ink; Naves; Indelible Marking Fluid; Gold In Chunks; "Keeping C'col;" Courtship of Pers .ns; Searching for a lost Wire: Colt In the Baltic; Quirk Work: Know Nothings: Am tl.tr Gambler; Sea Serpent; "Round" Again: Use or Lailrords: l.i.dies W bo Csn t Walk: Free Lands: How to Manage CI,ildren; ".Votnl Dramas;" A Good Meteiie Basis; Curlers Meeting; A Wsnincnnt Title; Enterprise of the Mor mon Governor: Bank Note Paper: literature and Law; l.abor "Conspiracies;" Australian Religion; Tho Weat For ty seven Years Ago; Americans la Greece; A Steaver for Africa The Citv Snl urh?In which is given a csrefnlly prepared ate it tho weak, with a number of matter* al street of the evsats of tliv weak, with a number of matteag that have not appeared in any ether Journal. The ofbee of the Sunday Diepateh is at No. 22 BeakmfcB street. Price 4 rents a ropy. It Is sold by all news Agents, prrlodiisl dealers, newsboys, nnd if served bvVerrier* In alt parts of tl e city and adjacent town*, at an early hefr every Sunday mornlug A NEW MAP FOR TIIF, MILLION.?JUST PUBLISH t\ ed t y A. KANNK1 . publliber and dealer in ntana aad oris. No 198 Broadway. N.Y., a new ami beautiful map I the nnited Stater attending through to the Paelfteeoast, exhibiting all the new territorial boundaries. Cassis, Ne p ?? "ad and pr<jsWedrsllr -J liaika Ac.: tba principal completed and prolVted railroad routes, Including tho virions routes to the Paelflo, po^iula tlon, wealth, number of representatives. Ao., do . TM?i? the best map of the United States ever pub ItMd to eell in shee t form snd the latest and moat eccnrete one new ex tort. Agents wanted In every eonaty of the Union to sell this mat'in sheet form, to whom a large disroast will ba made bl*e 2H by 31 inches, printed In three colon, aad cole ?ied in States, having a splendid border. Applyor addraef (post paid) as above. A spe< imen eopy (In aheet form) t tle se: t by mail, (free ofpo'itnge.) upon a receipt of'25 eonta, * r, entitled "Raaaey'g or ? copy in p<*ck?t moiwiww, New Map of the United States." unon receipt of 80 cents I* pottnye itsmps or otherwise. N. B.?Editor* of Papers I* any part of the United State* copying the above, lnoludlag this notice, on* or more times, and Binding a eopy of the pas per containing the same, shall receive by mail, free of post age, a eopy ofBsnney s new map of the United States i| pocket fotm. A. R. BBEAD THE "PURPLE TINTS OF PARIS," OR LIFr ? in th? metropolis of folly nad fashion, ander the reiga ? I nut* Napoleon- By Ruyfe St. John. Jnst published! j biker, fHORS* ft CO., BeiaMBbUdtsct,