Newspaper Page Text
tereats of Inventor*, artists, manufacturers and artisans
_ _ ? ;nT(,lTe<X in the thorough and undeniable triumph !r'h" flr-t Amerieaft Exhibition of the trophies of tie world's art and industry rwuin, p ^ BARNUM, President of the Association for the Exhibition of the Industrv of All Nations. DIItHTOM. T T Bsrnnm, Henry Hilton, Horaee Creolej, Thos! ? Stlllman, W. B. Dlmnmre, Wstts Sherman, Wm. O'Brien, John II. White, Samnel Nicholson, Kdward Hatpin Dudley Per.ee, Wm Wbet.en, John H. Cornell, Cbai. II. Haswell Iraetus C. Benedict Jas. B. Brewster, Mort. Livlngeton, Chsrlos Boiler, J. A. Wertervelt, John T Fer.sb, Tbeo. Sedgwick, Werron l.slsnd, Chan. W. roster, Win. Cbauncey. New Yobs, April IS, 1*64. Theatre* and Exhibitions. Beoadwat Tueatre.?Miss Julia Dean is to personate the character of Partbenia, in the play entitled "lngo mar, tbc Bnrbarian," this evening, being the ninth of her present engagement. She will be supported by Mr. (.'?way as Ingomar. The farce of "Betsey Baker" will conclude the ainuseuieuis. Jliss Itean's benefit on Friday. BURTON'S Theatric.?tihakspeare's comedy of ""Hie Tempest" is to commence the amusements this evening ?Burton. Ilacide, Johnston, Fisher, Jordan, Andrews and Miss itaymoml. sustaining Ihe leading characters. A favorite farce will also be given. Bowkby Theatre.?Mr. Winans, the leading comedian of this AtahUshment, is to take his be??fit to-night. The pieces provided are "Paul Jones." ".lot Corn, I nor Soldier," and "Joe in Loudon." The casts embrace the names of the entire company. Mrs. Yeoman s bonet t on Friday. National Theatre ?There will be ?n formance to day at the National. is the piece announced, with Cordelia Howard as hva, and Mrs. Howard as Topsey. The new moral drama called "The Child of Prayer" will be represented in the evening, with Cordelia Howard as Marie. WAi.tJiCB'H Theatre.?The comedy of "A Bold Stroke for a Husband," and the new eccentric comedietta en titled "Number One Round the Corner," are advertised again for this evening at Wallack's. The casts ombraco the names of Make, Lester, Brougham, Dyott, Waleot, Thompson, Mrs. Uoey, Mrs. Conway and Mrs. Stephens. Amehican Museum.?The tragedy of "Jane Shore" is to he giveu this afternoon at the Museum, Mr. C. W. Clarke appearing as Dumont, and Miss F.tuily Mestayer as Jane tihorc. '1 he moral drama of "The Old Brewery" in the evening, with the usual cast. Christy's Minhtreis.?The Ethiopian delineations o this company continue to please. A good prograunno for to-night. Wood's Mikstrkls.?An attractive programme of songs, dances and instrumental performance, will be given by this hand to night. Buckley's SKRENAnras.?George Swaine Buckley is to resume his post in this company this evening. The bur lesque of " Lucien" will be given. WraTB'a Fkrenadekh advertise many attractive features for this evening's amusement, at the tit. Nicholas Exhi bition Room. Trof. Hart's Whole World is still on exhibition at 377 Broadway, in connection with the "Model of Ban Fran cisco." 810. Blitz is to give three of his necromantic entertain ments in Brooklyn this week, commencing to-morrow night. Paul Juijen's Second Concert will take place at Niblo's Falcon to morrow night. Ihe musical selections are of a character which cannot fail to draw a large assemblage. Meeting of tlie Street Committee of the Board of Aldermen. The Committee on Streets of the Board of Aldermen met yesterday afternoon to hear the arguments of pro perty holders in regard to the opening of the Bowery. A full committee was present at the hour appointed. The Chairman of the Committee, Alderman Brakb, said that they wero anxious to conclude this business, and those who felt interested upon this subject had now an opportunity to be heard. Mr. Robert Dodc.e said it was unwise for the Common Council to pass this measure in the face of its being an nulled by the Supreme Court of the State. The property holders Interested in this case would carry the subject up u necessary, knd ho thought it very clear that the Sa yrente Court would grant them the relief they asked, if the Common Council ordered the Bowery to be opened as contemplated. He owned property on the area affected bv this proposed Improvement 'and considered that his property would be unjustly sacrificed 11 this street was <>1rS-eJ Richard E. Mount followed, in favor of open ing the street. He said the property holders generally were in favor of it, as would be seen by reference to the petition before the Committee, pray ing for this improvement. He was the owner of property on Pearl Btreet, and vrai directly affected by this project; but he was willing to bear his load for the public benetit. To carry the Bowery only down to franklin square would be a great benefit, and improve all the property in this section of the city. If this altera tion of the Bowery is carried out, it will make that Btreet the Broadway of the eastern side of the city. Ex-Alderman James Kelly followed. He said he ap peared here accidentally, and came with the expectation of listening to what others had to say upon the aubject; hut as he had taken considerable interest in this question .when it was brought up some time ago, he would make a lew remarks. lie then proceeded to rpview the argu ments of Mr. Stryker, made at a previous meeting of the Committee, against the openiug of this street, and showed that those arguments better applied to the sup port of this contemplatod improvement. Ho lived in Bearl street, and considered that the Fourth ward would be greatly benefitted by the carrying of the Bowery through, aa proposed. Some parts of our city wore noiug backward inatcad of forward, and the Fourth ward was one of those parts. Four years ago the assessment of tho Fourth ward was within one thousand dollars or what it is now. V> hat does this show but the stationary ?teleof this section of the eiy\.^Hoquent men have long been proud to eulogise the growtlrwml Jfcs^r ot our , prosperous city ; but still they could not examine the ru', icct without finding there were Some black spots upon Ihe city. There is no street in the city to bo opanod which would so directly benetit those living directly on the line its the openiug of the Bowery. He hdped the committee would not report against this project. Enoch Dean spoke next. He said he owned property ?n the line of the Bowery, and was in favor of the open ing of this street. He also represented the Bowery Bank, who were also in favor of this improvement. Mr. Scffehnf?Hb thought this was an important im provement?the greatest that had been contemplated for a long time. , JK Richard E. Mount again took the floor, and supported the proposed improvement. Wm. F. Carey said he was owner of property on I'earl irtrcet ' and. after much consideration, he was in favor of this cut, which would benefit the lower and upper part of K rant if Pares owned three lota ou Pearl street, and thought this would be a very decided improvement, not only down town, but to the entire metropolis. JosKi ii Pickett then took the floor, in opposition to the proposed alteration. He said thia was trampling upon all private rights to cut through the middle of blocks, de stroying business and robbing citizens of their property. It was land piracy, and nothing else. Mr. Hirdkai l waa opposed to the proposed measure. Mr. ColEman said ho had worked lor twenty years Tor two houses on the line of this proposed cut, and if it was carried out it would rob hitn of all bis property. He sub mitted that this was hard and wrong. Mr Bkipmohe next followed, in opposition to the pro posed openiug of the Bowery. He opened with a violent denunciation of the last Common Council, and said this act to open the Bowery ought to bo repealed, because it came from them. , , _ . Alter some further remarks. Alderman Prakf. declared the committee adjourned till Tuesday next, at 'i o'clock in the afternoon. Cfliroiitr'i In<jnc?<t*. PnCIDK OF A GeKM.VH ArflTUBOART bt Crrnxfl nu ThpoatOn Monday afternoon a young raiu Was o it gunning in tlio woods near Seventy-eighth street and Sixth avenue when he was suddenly surprised by finding in dome bushes tlie dead body of a man, who*; throat, was cut, and a bloody knife bosido Uittt. From the ap pearance of the l>ody it la supposed the docoaced had committed auicide seTeral day* ago; the field rata had eaten otf nearly one aide of hi* fuce. 'flic young man who discovered the body gave information to police men Marsh and Ketcham, who procured a wagon and Conveyed the deceased to the Nineteenth w..r<l police ata tion. On examining the j>ockets of the deceased at the elation house, the officer* found several papera, which identified him n? C. Q. Limburg. a German apothecary, of No. 1.144 Broadway. The family of deceased were notified. Coroner O'Donnoll held the inquost, witen it watt deposed that deceased had formerly been in good circumstances, but lately, through hia becoming ad dicted to drinking, most of his cuatom went elaewbnro. lei Match hia premises accidentally oauglit fire. They were insured, and the thought preyed on his mind that he shoi Id be gusjiectPd of having firod the place. The in nurnnce was cifectcd in the Hudson Hirer Insurance Com pany. He had been missing from the Wth ult., and when found his body was much decomposed. The |*iliey of insurance was found upon hia person, and was en dorsed, as follows:? Half part 11 o'clock. March 2P, lnM. Dear wiTe, and alt iny friends and anivaintnncc*?Von mart exense mo for having done this act. Tou all know that 1 am iunooent. I am an Lonoet man. We will sec eaob other again. I'pon another part of the policy the following was written, addressed to the Coroner : 'Tleasc take care of my wile and children " Tlio body prosonte<l a revolting epectacle, the face and other parts of it having boen de Toured by rata. The jury returned a verdict of suicide by catting his throat, lie was a (?e man, thirty-five years of age, and left a wife and family: l ulled States District Court. Before Hon. .Indge Ingersoll. Apwi.18.?The Chaw "f Ceeull ,/n Hoard the DtlUinre Thomas 8mfth, found guilty of n revolt ou board tho American ship I'eflunce. Opt. McCerren, was, In conse quence of a recommendation to inorcy by tho jury, sen tenced to six months imprisonment in tho iienitoniiary. It will be recollected that the other scaiueu. charged with the same offence, were acquitted. Narrow Escape.?Wc lottni from a nrivute letter that Opt. Daniel, of tho ship i-eaman, of Baltimore. and four of his seamen, had a Barrow escape from death oil Cardenas. Tlio vessel arrived on the 28th ult. from New Yoik. As Opt. Daniel,with four men,was going from the town to the outer anchorage, a sudden squall capslted the r.t il bout in which they were, and she sank imme diately. By dint of diving, they surccded in getting the ballast out, and the boat floated, hut waterlogged, the captain saving his papers. Ono of the men was seised by the slur i ks: the others made very narrow escapes, as tliey could only use the host to cling to, and reached the shore much exhausted, having been in the water over ten hours.?Ilaltimore Aim>\. an. SERinrs Land Slime.?A letter from Bolivar, lllss., dated (he lid, states that the levee of den. Clark's plantatu n had given way, and damage to the amount of ?IftO.OOO had been caused In the vicinity. The water had Commenced rvtfding, but wm Still FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. MONEY MARKET. Tiwdat, April IS?? P. M. We have nothing new to report in the stock market. At the first board to day prices wera very unsettled, and the tendency was slightly downward- Nicaragua Transit declined \ percent; Cumberland. \; New York Central Railroad, Vs'. Canton Co. advanced % per cant; Reading Railroad, Michigan Central Railroad. >?; (Iceland and Toledo Railroad, There was a pretty active de maud for all the leading fancies, but very few transac tions were for caBh. The fact is, the start upward was too sudden and too rapid on Monday. The improvement was too great to be permanent, and the reaction .has been no more than might have been expected. There is already considerable anxiety for later intelligence from Europe, and we shall probably have a dull market until another arrival. The steamship Asia is nearly due at this port from Liverpool with three days later news, and there Is very little doubt but that upon the receipt of later intelligence we shall experience another upward move ment in quotations for stocks, and another among spe culators. Wall street ir^full of bulls, and many of them are quite anxious for a feast among the fancies. A week or two Bince there were plenty of bears at the Htock Ex change. and nearly every one was anxious to sell. Now the whole thing is changed; but how soon we shall have another would puzzle aDy one to tell. The views of a(>ccuIators in fancy stocks change about as often as the weather, and it would not be anything strange to see some of our most active fancies?those which depend so much upon the quotations for consols?run up as rapidly as they have run down. There arc a number of operators In this market who have no other guide but the price of consols. If consols are up, it is of course the time to buy, and if they are down, they must sell. Ileyond this they have no regulator. We trust the time is not far distant when our stock market will not be governed by smgh absurd influences; and that we shall he an indif ferent to the prices ruling for consols in London asswe now are to the price of opium in Constantinople. The stock market was heavy at the second board, and quotations generally were lower. Canton Company fell off % per cent; Erie Railroad, >?; Harlem, ?*. Reading Railroad was quite active at prices current iu the morn ing, but the other fancies were dull and much neglected It appears to be hard work to keep up pricos. The bro kers have lately been large buyers in anticipation of an outside demund, but it does not make its appearance. After the adjournment of the board the following sales of bouds and stocks were made at auction by Simeon Dra per:? $1,000 Michigan Central RR 8 per cent, int. added.. 100 1,000 Wisconsin State 12 per cent do. .. 100 1,000 Buffalo, Corning A N. Y. RR. 1st M. do. .. 74 6,000 l'eru and Indianapolis RR. do. do. .. 77 10,000 Lyons (Iowa) Central RR. do. do. .. 39>4 1,000 Brunswick Canal and RR. do. do. ..60 36 shares Chicago anil Rock Island RR. Co 90 % 110 do. Erie and Kalamazoo KR. Co 94>4 Quotations for foreign exchange are well maintained. The supply of bills on the market is not large, and draw ers are therefore not disposed to make any concessions in favor of buyers. We quote bills on London at 9.1* a 9>i per cent premium; on Paris, 6f.l2)a a 5f.l0. The Europa will take out a large amount of specie. We learn that engagements liave already been made for upwards of half a juillioa, principally in gold. Mining stocks are still active, without much change in prices. Cumberland declined an eighth; Parker Vein, Lehigh, New Jersey Zinc, Gold Hill, and most of the other fancies are steady. A small lot of Gardiner Gold Sold at 2,'?'; North Carolina is stationary at 3; Phcnix Coal at 6. The bids at the Mining Board were as fol lows:? Bid. Asked. Bid. Asked. Parker Vein.... d.Vf Pulton l?f New Jersey .... 7)? ? Lindsay 76c 85c. Lehigh Zinc.... 2)4 Ohio Land >? 1 Dutchess Silver. 1)4 \yt Phonix 72c. ? Potomac old .,. 3)4 3*4 Rutherford ? 1*4 " new... 1 1*4 McCulloch *}>,' ? North Carolina. 3 3>4 Conrad 80c. G5e. Toltec 10 ? Gold Hill 3)4 4 Windsor ? 6)4 Gardiner 2>4 ? Flint Steel ? 6)4 Bridgowater....? 2>? Isaac H. Smith, Esq., President of Gold Uill, after a personal inspection of the mines of the Hoorgia Gold Company, has accepted the Presidency of that associa tion. The stockholders have surrendered its organisa tion under the laws of this State, and accepted a charter granted them by the State of Georgia, where the mining property of the company is situated. The trusteos of the old organization, we learn, had prepared extensive works for extracting gold from the ores, which will be pressed forward to completion under this uew diroction of the affairs of the con cern. The Ship Timber Bending Company had an exhibition of bending timbers for ships and for furniture, on Satur day afternoon last, which was witnessed by mauy share holders, shipbuilders, carpenters, Ac., Ac. The com pany have as yet but one machine for ships' timber, and one machine for furniture. Their foundry, however will soon be completed, when they will manufacture machines of all classes required for their own use. well as these to he sold, with rights to use them Too. first trial was upon a piece of white oak, iu .eel 8 inches by 10 inches, which had been previously steamed for a few hours. This timber was placed upon the ad justing moulds, (which are varied to any curve corres ponding to a pattern given by the naval arcliitoct,) the ends confined by powerful screws, and the process of bend" jng commenced. General satisfaction was expressed when the follower (a heavy piece of timber) brought up tho oak piece against the moulds, bendiug an l rounding it without noise to a graceful curve. In six minutes from the timo the timber was taken from the steam chamber it was bent into shape. The seoond trial, also on a piece of oak timber, 10 feet long, 9 inches by 10 inches, was equally successful. Many piocos of black walnut, for centre tables and other furaitnre, were bent to various curves, circles, Ac. Tho success was un doubted, and several shipbuilders declared their convic tion of the immense valuo of the invention for shipbuild ers' purposes. Its worth is tho greator from the fact that our forests, numerous as they are. are Marly stripped of crooked timber of natural growth. The buildings of the company at Greenpoint are finished, and consist of a large foundry, a large mill house, (a two story building where the furniture machines will operate.) in the base ment of which is tho sixty horse cngin", (a remarkably well finished machine,) and the circular saw, of gigantic proportions, capable of cutting trees of twenty-seven inches diameter. The managers of the company dussrve credit for the industry displayed in getting up those valuable works through a winter season of unexampled rigor. They now regard their success as certain, how ever. and anticipate large profits for the shareholders. The re ^jt* at the oflioj of the Assistant irMUflW'f of the jort of Nev York this day, April 18, were $108,114 02; the payments amounted to 818,034 47?leaving a balance on hand of $8,OOC,P23 33. It hTi* been voted at the Boston Board of Broker* tlint no further sale of bonds shall be allowed where a corpo ration makes a distinction which does not appear upon the face of the bonds and is not generally known lo the public. This vote will stop salos of Otgdenaburg second mortgage bonds, as tire company refuse payment of cou pons upon certain bonds issued as collateral for notes of tbe company. Tlie following redemptions of the public debt were made at the Unitod States Treasury, in Washington, last week:?Loan of 1842, $2,600; do. of 184''., $12,000; do. o' 1847, $32,260; do. 'of 1848, $14,100; Texan indemnity, $1,000?total. $02,860. The following statement will show the earnings of tli* Montgomery and West Point ltailroad for the year endiu : March 1, 18i>4:? Receipt* from passenger* $133,303 81 Freight 72.314 80 Mall pay 24,337 44 Total receipts $230,040 05 Expense* of working road $122,050 77 Interest cn loans 20,547 70?$140,408 47 I^sring net income $"0,547 68 Or 0 per cent on the capital stock of $802,700. The transportation of passengers for tho two past years i* as follow*:? Year ending March 1, 1851 $V,811 <i '< " 1853 47,010 Showing an increase for tho rear coding March 1, 1854, of $0,001 The warrants entered on ths books of the Treasury De partment, Washington, on tho 15th iust, were.? l'or the redemption of stock $3,232 70 l or other treasury debt* 40 00 For the customs 5'i4 22 For covering into tho Treasury from custom*.. 109 221 09 For eoTering Into the Treasury from land*.... 108.061 29 For the War Department 37,073 01 For tke Navy Department 4,480 90 For repaying In the War Department 8.'?02 30 For the Interior Do pi Department 10,739 83 Wc understand that there lias been a run on the Na tional havings Fund Institution of Philadelphia, from tbe depositors. Thus far all tho demands have been prompt ly paid. The legislature of Massachusetts have ordered tho Committee on Hanks to report w hat further legislation is necessary to ascertain the true and accurate standing of the banks and for thie better security of bill holder* in | esse of the neglect of any of the said banks to redeem | 1J?W. AU tlwi tvwnwHw Uvt to !l? in to icwuua?n4 j the adoption of the new banking law of the State of New York, and there will be no more lompLuint* from bill holder* about want of security. Stock Exchange. Tubhmt, Mirch 18, 1851. $1000 Erielne Bds... 96% 1900 she 1'arksr V.s3 6 4000 K Con Bs'?2.s3 87% 500 do 6% 7000 HudKist Mt ?3 100 300 do bid 6% 1000 do c 100 % 100 do fl% 2000 N Ind Bds .... 93 100 do -30 6% 2000 l'an'a Be,lMtis. 104% 200 do KM) 6% 2000 111 Cntl RB Bh. 70% 50 Gold Hill 3,% 9000 do b3 80 100 Gardiner Gold... 2% 600 NY Cntl RR Us 94 50 Crystal Palace a'l 52% 10000 do.... b8 93 26 do s3 62% 60 nhs Del4HCnl..b3 109 65 do 63 13 llunover Rank... 92 100 Phoenix Mining.. 5 20 Manhattan Gas.. 128 5 N Y Cent RR ... 107% 50 Canton Co 26 60 do *30 107 60 do tv3 25% 23 do .. . b30 107 % 160 do b30 26% 60 do st>0 100% 100 do b30 20 177 do 107 100 do b60 26% 50 Hudson River KR 64% 100 do 000 26 % 60 do *10 64 200 do 25% 100 do s()0 64 100 do b20 26 100 Erie RB ?3 71% 160 do sOO 25% 60 do b3 71% 260 do s3 25% 100 do 71% 300 N J Zinc Co 8 60 do b*W 72% 300 do b60 8%" 50 do 1>60 72% 300 do b3 8% 50 do b60 72% 200 Portsiu Dry Cock 2% 350 do ?3 71% 1460 114Kp Jt *tk.*3 1% 230 do.;....s60 71% 200 do b30 2 200 do *30 71% 200 Ta & Leh Zc Co.. 2% 100 do b3J 72 200 do b30 2% 2<?0 do *30 71% 600 do.... bnw 2% 100 do slS 71% 200 Xicara Traue.slS 26% 50 do ?10 71% 100 do bl2 25% 100 Reading Bit.... h3 74 1<J0 do b'_0 26% 400 do s60 74 100 do 26% 200 do s60 74% 60O do s3 2;i% 100 do c 74% 150 do btiO 26% 100 do c 74% 100 do b30 26 100 do M0 75% 200 do ....b00 26 200 do bl3 75% 40 Fenn Coal Co.... 104 50 do n30 74 % 100 Cumb Coal Co. 830 27 100 do c 74 300 do bbO 27% 100 do sOO 74% 300 do 83 27 % 75 NYork4NHav'nR 96 200 do sOO 27 11 Mich South'n 1111. 116% 100 do 27% 30 t'anaraa RB... .83 104 200 do 030 27 % 12 XI mliana Con.... 104 100 do c 27% 26 Mich On RB.b60 lOd 160 do 8?'0 27% 35 Rome Watert'n It 93% 80 Heve & Toledo It. 89% 10 Clove, C 4 CinRB. 115 100 do b60 90 % 20 do 115% 10 Galena 4 Chi BB. 130 30 Clevc 4 l'itta KR. 82 SECOND BOARD. $3000 E Con Bb, '71.. 86% 10 nhs t'levC4CinRB 118 2000 do ...630 87 35 N Y Central KB. 107 600 N Y Cen RR He 94 60 do h60 106% 1600 UU'en Kit Bh. 80 10<t Reading Bit. (too 74% tiO shs Bk of ltepub 108% 300 do ?10 74% 10 Crystal Palace.. 65 100 do a60 74% 100 Canton Co 25% 30 do 74 % 100 do 25 1100 do 1)30 75 50 do 25% 200 do s30 74% 200 do sOO 26 200 Erie Railroad ... 71% 100 PennaCoal Co... 104 100 do *30 71% 900 NC Copper.. blO 3 100 do b30 71%' 600 do 3 20 do 71 % 200 Gardnr GoldMine 2'i 100 do blO 71% 1900 Gold Hill M.bCO 3% 100 do 1)4 71% 390 Nie Trans Co. 160 26% 50 do b3 71% 100 do s3 25% 150 Harlem RR....s3 51 500 F14Kp, Jt ntk.83 1% 90 Clev 4 Toledo Bit 89% 600 do b30 2 MINING BOARD. 325 she Ulster I.ead ... 1% 500 Dutchess Silver. b90 1 % 100 N Carolina Co 3 100 do 1% 600 Lindsay 75 100 Parker Vein 6,% CITY TRADE REPORT. Tcrbday, April 18?6 P. M. Amiss are sparingly ofTorud, at about $6 for pearls and $3 87% for pots, per 100 lbs. 200 bbls. of the \atter were bought at the quoted ra.e. Cotton is in very good request, and at rather firmer rates, though no Rctual advance in prices has as yet oc curred. The day's operations amount to 2,582 bales, in cluding 548 to snippers, 436 to spiunurs, 377 to xpecula tors, and 1,221 in transitu. FtOCR, 4c.?State and Western brands are still in pret ty lively demand for tho Eastern ami local trade, who deal mostly in the medium and finer qualities, which are very firm* and rather buoyant in price; and there exists an improved speculative inquiry for ordinary descrip tions, but as these are not noticed much by shippers j they are freelv otTercd at roduced quotations. "The day's business consists of 9.200 bbls., chiefly within the annex- I ed range, including sundry lots of State, low to j good ordinary brands, deliverable throughout tho ! entire of May. at 97 62% a $8 per bbl.; superfine No. 2, (inspected) $7 12,% a $7 37%; common State, $7 60 a $7 62%; good State, $7 75 a $7 87%: favor ite State, $7 87% a $8; mixed Western, $7 87% a $8; good Indiana and Michigan, $8 12% a $8 26; fancy Michigan, $8 25 a $8 37%; common to good Ohio, $8 12%, a $837%; fancy Ohio, $8 87% a $8 62%; extra Ohio, $8 75 a $10; extra Indiana and Michigan. $8 60 a $9 50; fancy Genesee, $9 a $9 25; extra Genesee, $9 25 a $10. Canadian in ac tively inquired for at uniform figures. The day's move ments comprise 4,100 bbls. superfine, in bond, at $7 68% a $7 87% per bbl. Southern is not so brisk, but com mands rather better rates. About 1,600 bbls. were bought at $8 43% a $8 76 for mixed to good; ami $8 76 a $9 75 for fancy, per bbl. There have been sold 100 bbls. fine rye flour at 54 76; and 300 bbls. Jersey corninoal at $3 62% per bbl. Fruit.?We heard of sales of 1,450 boxes buncli rasins, part at $290 a $3:' and 29 cases sardines at 67 %c. a 70c. Grain.?Whout is in good request at steady prices, b.it the scantiness of the stock obstructs business. The day's transactions reach 4,700 bushels prime Michigan white as $2; and 8,600 (Southern do. at $1 89 per bushel. Nales were effected of 6,700 bushels rye at $1; and 7.000 bushels good mixed barley at $1 10 por bushel. Istst WMk's shipments of rye embraced but 15,676 bushels, to Falmouth. Oat* are without essential variation. Corn is dull and lower. The home inquiry is moderate, but that for expert i? very tame. Tho day's movements add up 37,000 bushels st 80c. a 81c. for .Southern mixed: SOe. a 82c. !? ? r und yellow and Southern white, and 81c. a 12c, fc .'"uthern yellow, per bushel. wrtrrs ?lutes'were steady, with very little offering. Gtaiu to 1-ive. pool was at 12d. asked, and lid. offered, sad flour at 4e. 490 bales of cotton were engaged at 6-lfid., and aboat 40 bbls. lard at*7l. 6d. To Is>n4ea, 9) tons saltpetre were engaged at ?2. To California'.bore was no riianga of moment to notice. Rates were from 6Uc. to C2r. per foot measure meat. Gbockkimi are brisker, and rather firmer. There vre-e disponed of 1,700 pkgt. Java coffee, at 14c. a 14%*.?sn advance of %c. per lb; 500 Ki<> de., at 10%e. t 11 %'c. per lb.; 200 bbls. New Orleans molassis, at 22c: 130 hhls. Cuba do., st 21c. s 25c. per gallon; 25 hbds. New Orleans sugar, at 4%e.; 620 Cubs de., at 4c. a 6%c.;audl35 Fc.rto Rice do., at4%c. a 6%'n. perl}. Hat.?Some 1,000 halt . river were bought for ship ment at 60c. per 100 lbs. Hors are in less request, though stiffly hold at 28c. a 33c. for last year's crop, per lb. Ljmx.?Rockland is in light supply, end woith, in small parcels, $1 20 fur <x nimon and $1 40 for lump, per lib!. Navai. FtorRv?There were sold 500 1>M?. Wilmington common ro.-in at $1 80, anil 100 do. do. do. at $1 86, per bbl. Tar of good quality is saleable and steady, at $3 76 a $4 per bbl. Turpentine appear* very quiet, at $5 a $5 37% fer crude, per bbl. of 230 lbs.; IM 64c ft We. for spirits, in small lots, per gallon, though sales worn re ported of 1,200 bbls. of tho latter at 62c. a 63c.p: r gsllon. Oust.?Crude is very scnrco and still hold above the limits of buyers, at 68c. a 00c. for whale, and $1 59 for sperm, |>cr gallon. The transactions in other kinds com prise 160 baskets olive, at $3 87% a $4, each , und small lots linseed, from store, at 98c. a $1 per gallon. A sale was also re;?orted (but not reliably), of 8.000 gallons lin seed, to arrive from England, early in May. at 96c. per gallon. Provisions.?Pork ha* not varied much The day's operations include 600 bbls. at S14 50 for mess, and $12 76 a $13 for prime, per bbl. The business in cut meats has been confined to 120 packages. Lard is less aotire and rather easier in price. There were 400 bbls. fair t?e prime procured st 10%c. a 10%c. per lb. Beef still at tracts &iu*idorablo attention and is advancing. mur* Cbai.gfd lianas to-i'ty. flutter is ttVorc inquired for at 12c.*k 16c. for Ohio: 17c. a 22c. for western New York, and 22c. a 2' c. for Otangc county, per lb. Cheese can be had st loo. a 12c. per ib. tjOAr.?(Sales of 300 boxes Castile wore reported, at 11c. a 12%c. |ier lb Taiiow.?There wore 14,000 lb*, prime tliepi sol of, at 12%c. per lb. WiusKKT slightly favor* buyers. The day's Iran-ac tions embrace 1,000 bbls. Jersey, Ohio and prison, at. if%c., and 27c. a 27%c. per gal!,in ; with 140 buds, drudge, at 27c.?usual terms?per gallon. 4UfBRTlSE.1IK.YrS REMIVKD ETKR! DAY TBIIAM'IK' UBflMflliA. ARTISTE STUDIO.?THE ROOMS Ili?< E.NT1.Y OCCU pi< by the llneeolderf fln'lery, 54S llroa Sway scoond floor, beingthe most dan *Me In mu eity for ariisis'nse will ho rootsd on roasonaSlc lerms. Art ly io UEO. F Pi TXR90N, 371) Droadway, or to LEMUEL SMITH, HIO John sirrct. Apartments to let?in tiif. first ci.ass hoase No. IS) (ireenwieh street, na.tr alto Hat'ery, to otto or two genttel families. without children. Apply to JA9 RYAN, S1 Uroonwlchstreet, or at tho wuroliousu 21 Washington street. APARTMENTS' TO LIT?CONSISTING OF A BASF, incut mid two parlors. on tho first (loor, and two !afjt? lite attic bedroonif at No. IS Second avonue. It-ot F-t'ci. Apartments to let in Brooklyn-consist in r of hack room on scoond floor, and an attic bedroom, in a twoftory Iramu house in IliiJge itroai ton uiinutoi walk from tlio Fulton ferry. Renf moderate. Apply to J. THOMPSON, M Nassau street, New York. APnVSICIAN WISHES TO LET IITS ITOUSF, UP town to a family who wilt hoard him?e!f, wif* and ser vant for Iho rent; tho Iurnitu: s will he let. if desired at a reasonable rate. Address, with real name and residenoe. Physician, Broadway Poet Officii. A PRIVATE FAMILY. WITHOUT CHILDREN. 1IAV ing rented a house, pleasantly loeatsd iu Second s'reet convenient to Broadway, containing all the modern iu provsments. world like to lot to a gontleman and wtfe a front room and bedroom on the soeond floor, unfurnished Person* in watt of a comfortable home will find that no paina will bo reared to make this a pleasant and agree-thle residence. Reurenees eavhau.ud. Address U. S., llvrald office, for one week. A SMALL RESPECTABLE FAMILY BESIDINO IN Nineteenth street, Istwoen Fourth and Second **?? nuee, enn accommodate two or thrse single gentlemen with parlor and bedrooms, where they ran obtain a quiet and comfortable hotpo. The house has all the modern Improve mints. Itoicrenucs exshau.ed Address A. Z , Union Post Offics, BROADWAY irons TO LET-THE STORES. WITn the dwelling part of houses, Not. 170 and ill Broad way Inquire old.'. \ A C. P')|LEON, 67 Chatham stroet, over Chatham liink, from 9 to 12 A. M. Boarding house eeipim to lit on broad way, corner of Twenty eighth street, that splendid hoarding (Hamilton) hoasc; it has forty large htdrooms with parlors, beautitnl largo dining room and ?pa>inuf kitchens with ranges, gas and Croton water throughout. A Phase will l.e given. Bent reasonable wifb sceurrty; possession immcdlat'ly. Apply at D, T. E A3 TOR'S Law oflee, No. w B'ltll fifvtlf TBWARTS' REGIffTUt. Brooklyn - to lit, in a private family, where no beardere arc taken. to gentlemen oaly, two choice room* on the third floor of a Car hniiM, well located, Ju*t a few minute* walk from Hamilton lorry. Apply at U1 Oarrol itrcct. Broadway ?to let ? the premises no. ?is Broadway, juet above Houston ureal, now occupied 1 y Mr. Poneot for a furniture thovrroom, for whieb it i* very amiable, having three tine room*, each 2Sx6<l, besides base ment and fourth story. Could be divided to ureal advan tage Apply to JAMtS PRICE, 3HU iln i>on *trecl. CHEAP RKNT3 AT 483 BROADWAY.?SPLENDID room* and office*, well lighted. suitable for any limi ne*!, from |6U a year and upward*. Al*o. a daguerreotype room. Alto, the lower part of houre 112 Broadway, for hneinet* purpoeec. Apply to Dr. POWELL, Oculiet, 5th* Broadway. ? c RYBTAL PALACE?TO LEASE, AT BARGAINS, those tine saloon* on Porlieth street, the Tcinple and Regalia, with furnishing and hall alley. coating 41,'aiu, al*o, ' large ball, 2S by 80. Apply to K. Q. PIERCE, Pine street, I corner Broadway. COUNTRY SEAT TO LET?AT TUE FOOT OF EIGn tittb street. on the Eatt riier. with about *i,;bt or aina asree <>f laud, a barn, garden, ice-house, Au. Tho situation i* convenient to the city by car* aud ounibuie*. The bonne be let foi ii large, and would be let for a hotel to an unobjectionable tenant. Apnlv to E. JONES, No. 2 Ncilfon plan*, next to the corner of W&verley place. Factory to lease or poe bale- brick ! bnilding, NJ by Vj feet, two eturiee, aufailing water power, twenty-five aeru* of land, and outbuildings; utnaled at Munroe Work*, ninety uuuato* from thie city, a fewyard* from the railroad depot. Good* oau be ?eut bv railroad Cast, Weal, North or Senth. Dr. K. PRICK HOG RE. 77 Warrwn i street. First loft to let-op store no. ip6 fclton ?trett?awoll lighted and handsome room. Apply to E. N. KELLOGG, No. 190 Fulton Itroot. Fourth avenue-store and house tg let or leaae, with a largo lot attached, No. 97, near Eleventh rtreet; deeiruhle stand for hceinet*. Apply to LUSil A MOORE, No. 71 Third avenue. Furnished rooms to let,?handsome fur niehed room* to let, at b79 Broadway: alno nu office to let, to a doctor. Gentlemen desiring a comfortable borne, would do well to call. Ga* aud hatha. 870 Broadway. Tj^UUN ISBKD HOUSE TO LET?A GOOD TENANT WILL 1? get it at a considerable reduction, with the whole fur nil n re, silver ware, Ac.; it cant ami fourteen room* aud base mi nt, r< und Union square, and in good order. Apply at M Nassau atrcet, room No. 6. JOSEPH B. DA CAM AK A. House to let?on forty fifth street, Con ner of Second avenue, with several lot* of ground at tached. containing true* and ibrubhery. Rent moderate. Apply on the premise*. House to let.-fuumshed or unfurnished, for one or four years, the upper part of 380 Broadway, consisting of three room* on the hist floor live bedroom* and kitchen, anil btted up with gal and water. Apply at the itoro3N> Broadway. House to let?but a short distance west train Broadway, below 1'riuce itreet; rout SUM. with lease and a part of the Inrniture for tale, price fhk). The home i* very pleasantly situated, and contain* in all about ten rooms. li. W. RICHARDS. 307 Broadway. House to let in portchestir, three min ntes walk from the depot. \t ill he routed for *4x month* or one year, furnished or unfurnished. Inquire of WALTER KKKLkK, No. 3 Nassau street. House to let and lease for sale, price fbuO. with a part or whole f the furniture if dc-ired. House in nice order, contains or eleveu rooms, Crotou water, hath, Ac., pleasantly situated west of Broadway, ho " ~ etreet. B. W. RICHARDS, 3"7 Broadway. low Broome House to let?nearly new. in complete order, with Croton water throughout, gas, hath, Ac., full of tirst class boaraers, and furniture for sale. Tq a good purchaser terms of payment will ho easy. Health of the lady only reason for disposing. B. IV. RICHARDS, 3?*7 Brsadway. House to let-pleasantly situated, be twecn Twenty tirst and Twenty second streets, in Ninth avenue ?A four etory brick house, containing thirteen rooms, with lath room, two basements, cellar, and Croton water throughout. The store and bark room will he rented with or without the house. Immediate possession Apply to Mr. H 1HTK, Fowlers A Wells, 131 Nassau street, between 10 and 3, daily, or on the premises. Hotel to let or lease.?the first class no tel furnished in magnificent style, with all modern im provements. containing about ninety rooms, on southoabt corner of Sixth avenue and Fortieth street, being opposite the Crystal l'alaeo, betwvcu Fifth avenue and Broadway. The owner can he seen on tho premises on Tuesdays, Thurs day* and Saturdays, from 10 to 12 o'clock. Lofts to let-tub first loft in building No. 378 Second avenue; *iic 30 by 50 feet. Inquire on tbe premise*. Lofts to iet.?to lf.t, the whole of those spacious lofts over the store No. fid Nassau street. Terms moderate. Inquire of SAMUEL OSGOOD, auctioned, 81 Nassau street. 0 FFICK ON BROADWAY TO LET.?A FRONT OFFICE tu second floor 197 Broadway. Apply onths promise*. W. JUDSON. 0 FFICE TO LET?SUITABLE FOR A PHYSICIAN. Apply at 82 White street. OFFICES TO I.ET.?TUB FRONT AND BACK OF tices on the second floor of the building No. 7 Park place will he let low. No other offices in tho building. Ap ply to E. C. CHARLES, No. 7 Park place. OFFICE IN WALL STREET TO LET-AN OFFICE suitable for an insurance company, opposite the Mer chants Exchange. Apply at the Clinton Insurance ellice, fid Wall street. 0 FFICF. AND LOFT TO LET- 113 MAIDEN LANE, UP stairs. RESTAURANT.-TO LET, TO A GOOD TENANT, THE basement and kitcl.cn in the new Hotel Garni, Broadway. As this will have the entire patronage of tho hotel, asd Is located in the block of the Metropolitan Uotcl and Niblo's Garden, it oilers peculiar advantages for a first riant, restaurant. Apply at the law office of C. H. SMITH, 02 William itreet. ROOMS WITH STEAM POWER TO LET?KUITABi.R for all kinds of manufacturing purposes, in the six five story buildings 211, 211. and Ilfi Centre street, and 137, IV, and 141 Kim street, between Howard and Grand itrsst*. Tho rooms vary in site from 28*2.1 to 131x21 fact The rooms aro well lighted and furnished with Croton water, water elosets ana gas pipe*. A^plv t ALLRN. on the premises. OTOKE ON THE N IN/II AVISTE. BETWEEN 0 1 wonty first and Twenty second streets, with a pleaa-nt room nttacbcd. to let.?An excellent stuud tor bnsinoss. The house. which contain* thirteen rooms, bathroom, two basement*, cellar, eleven closet*, and Crotnn on every floor, may I o rented with or without the store. Immediate,posses sion. Apt ly to llr. JWU ITE, Fowlers A Wells, 131 Nassau itrcct, between 10 and 0, dally, or on tbo premises. STORE TO LET.?A VERY DESIRABLE STORE suitable for a shoe, thread and noedle, or other tinr.ll fin. v business, to let. nnder the Everett Hon*#, on the Fourth *venee. Terms very reasonable to a desirable tenant. Inquire on the premises. UTORE TO LET?TIIE LOWER PART OF HOUSE O No. 79 Third street; possession immediately; suitable Tor almost any business. The house is Z'i by 4'i; the store is at present occupied as a thread and necdl" store. In quire on the premises, between First and Second avenues. SECOND FIOOR?CONSISTING OF FRONT AND hack room, extension room and bedroom, together with front basement, to let. in tho three story hosst No. lit Be thunc street; gas, fixtures, Ac., complete; a geuteolre tircd neighborhood. Rent TO LET?OFFICES, LOFTS. AC.?TWO SUITS OF LAW .vers' offices at No. 01 Wall street; a very spacious often at Post's Buildings, No. 6 Ilauover stredl. two roomy o dices over tho Courier and Enquirer. "0 Wall street; also largo and convenient lofts at 74 Fulton street. Apply to ALEX. X. 01,KIG, No. 1 Hanover street, eornor ef Wall street. TO LET?THE STORE 1.0H8 DROADWAY; ALSO, TO fetor for sale, two he&utilol soantry resideiissa. near the Hudson river. In 1S2<1 street. The house* are Ad hv 40 feet, with most improved fixtures for first class fainftie*. Also, for sale, sotno .100 hoantiful building lots. Inquire ef 2. f. CARMAN'. (M Broadway. TO LET?COUNTKT AND CITY RESIDENCE.-SMALL house, ontbouMfi, and twenty acres, rivor road. Now Rochet's, near ?. K Collin*'; small honse. fall lot. Mur ray hill, Thirty eighth stmt- (,'tdtoa aid gat. Fiftieth street, near Broadway. MAt'I'Aiiu.vNfi A MKRRIT, 49 Third uvomne. TO LET?THE EICOND STOUT AND TRONT BASE racat ef a modern tbreo stsry dwelling, to a small gon <t"l family Inquire at MO West Thirteenth street, next door to Ninth avenue. TO LET-PART OF A MODERN HOUSE, LOCATION In Crore street, consisting sf firm floor end bask base ment. with range, two rooms with wardrobes on third floor, including gas. nso of bath, Ac For uartienlari apply to AITKIN A DYE, .Wj Greenwich strscl, near bprin rpo 1 1?T.- rAIt/.OR AM) BEDROOM ATTACHED, ftN A fecund tiorv, handsomelv InruisheJ. to single g-utlc men. The b<i=t reference required. Apply at j Waverley place. rro LET?A VERY OF.NTHkL, PVaLI THREE 1 story lirute, on Twenty fonrth street, near Fourth avo i.ce. Too house is in clsgaat order, with gas. ehaniloiitw lath, hot and cold water. As Kent $#.'-> Alsi a small throo story house on Twi nty -rlxt'j street, near Fourth accrue; rsntfpst. Apply to E li. R1NSHIMKR, 319 Fourth avenue, from ,'i to 7 I*. M. TO LET-A TWO STORY BRIBE BUILDING. WITH basement and attio. In tho rtar of 17b Mercer street, snitahio fur manufacturing purposes, together or separate ly. Al o s larqo store or bssomo-.it in front of saus build ing, near Bleeckor streot. Inquire at AO III-oaker street, turner of Mercer, of JAMES BK3SER, in tho but store. TO LET ?TliF, FIVE STORY URICR DWELLING house No. 4(11 Broome street, near Broadway, well adapted fur a large family <>r genteel boarding b use Ap fly to ft. B. KELLER, at Eagle Hotel, cornel of Frankli.it and William streets. TO LET?TnF. DWELLING PART OF IIOUSE 141 Bowery: it his a brick extension dining room attuohed. For keeping boarders the honse is well adapted. The wholo or part would ho let. Inqnlro inthestere. 8. A. LANE. TO LET.?WITH POSSESSION IMMEDIATELY. TIIE first olastt funr story and fissoinent Pons'. No. 131 West Thirty fonrth street, near Eighth avonnr, with all tho mi dern improveiuqpts. Apf ly to hCHt YLCR A IILAXOMK. No. ft Broad street. TO LET-IN WILLIAMSBURG. IN SOUTH FOURTH street, b< I ? between Filth and Sixth, a large, entirely now, I three story hriok house, finished in tho best manner, with frown stone bascmcut, marble mautrl). heaters, gas Ac at o moderate rant Inquire at 42 South Seventh stroot, vt'll lianistnrg, or of L. T. VOICT, 'i!>2 Broadway, New York. TO LET?THE FIRST, SECOND AND THIRD FLOORS of a largo modern bnlll honse. corner of Fifty fourth ^^fcvltnino straet and Seventh avenue, and wltliin one minute's walk of t'c llghth Avenue Railroad and three line? of stages. Rc-it fcrthu first floor, llitl, second, SI*', third, $K?fi P?sn-e ?lcn given immediately On each floor two large rooms and fonr l-cdruutns Apply to P. MAbifcKBON, Corner of Brosd vnay and Flfy fourth street. Flfy i TO Ls.T?A FRffNT PARLOR ANE TWO BEDROOMS on the soTond tl >or, or the parlor wonld ho fnruls .ed, and let to single grntl?mcn. Onlv one other family In tho house. Apply do J, H. BEARING, No. 3Na sau street, usxr Wall, first uour. T 'O"LIT?TO A fclNOLE GENTLEMAN, WITH OR ? without hoard, a handsomely finished parlor and bed rocm. with larre closet Private family, np own. Private table famished. Any gontleruan wishing superior acoom mndattone. may lasrn further partieulars by addressing L. K. L , Ileraid ofltoe, for twi) days. TO hlT-TO A~ SMALL" FIRST CLASH FAMILY. THE npper pert and front basement of the four story house No. 102 East sixteenth street. contains hut and cold water hatha, ins. gar flstnres. water rl?wet*, water pastries, Ac. fab ywvi. Ali'ljf CJ11 he Htmists. I nEiurrr RBoimEK. rro LIT-IN BROOK LYN, FOURNEW FIVESTORY .it..2,72 Vi *??"????. *??> h.?meBu .nd .ubS T?u",/ 27 OL,v*R STREET, inquire on the ( retnlteg. hatham itreet.. For particulars STORY BRICK IIOUSES lOtth itr.et. and f?rni,hLd wfth'ifi ."i" 'gJ *n<^ menu. The dwelling part, will I e rJn^? ??<"l#r.n '"P?*9 ttn"- p'"y'"*" st^oh v T0 i n fh~yiiini t y' of Now M?SSh ?JU ^Tl f N11 n t HOUSES good garden, within five or linkl mil ?**' flD*'9wn and York and New Haven den?? l?!?i""i1"" walk ot New Mr. ROBERTS 200 Bro./way, f "rSn.w..k. BANKS "r TO LET-PART or STORE IS2 0 KEE\~WD i, st?*? .7 corner of Fulton, eoiUkl* tor a fruit ?r h?u J. ^ ' Laving en ooenpled as a hutter .tore '*,* *}?**? W^hfe":tro;tQUi"ef ""?*? 4 B*iNaAR5?27? T?o',EJ-.T"E L'PPKR OR LOWER PART OF llfil'vi ?r-?*r.TSwi?WT::Ai';:rus-vustsr? .. .daarevaasggg fofc-a l,*;# T? 'BT?T1IE SUBSTANTIAL TWO STORY ATTIf .sssi&w? rro LET-A NEW THREE STORY HOUSE OvYnr feu?T$J,M ?"** ?A * iiuiM1>h'i3S! rro LET?THE BROOKLYN NAVY nOTFl vp.p T? LET THE THREE STORY, BASEMENT AND if tinn J r.'larhrlek hon.e No. 93 Sarkett atroet sfi'iti, F'r i arYirii'.' walk troiu Hamilton avenue ferry j ' u tr. ii.'.tuio at iiir liro..mo street. Now Ymk. J T?i!??k "hTIlB N!i?r T1,IRI!E STORY AND BASEMENT i rovement.^ N^'lCi Writ Thir'lath'atr" t'' rXIT '/" quire of D. HOOENCAMI'. 147 We.t ihiiticth atred T(?..,;f,T-A FR?NoT AND BACK OFFICE-RENT MO atract "? sl,0l>*rd ?kCo.'i hook itore. 152 Fulton TO I.ET-TO A SMALL FAMILY OF TWO OK THREE persona, a portion of a house in Brooklyn near win tw,.? CouA'and'chnton' JD4,,if0 " 11C Suto *trict. ^ rro I.F.T?A nANDSOME SECOND STORY ROOM IN I i viin i?i Ti Pellicular? ploMo ca 11 or addrega Mr* Lowia, HQ H auer areet. between Elinabetli and Met" * rpo LET, SEPARATELY OR TOOETHBR titbwV tron l?nVr";.dwi;\;f,/Vr;,*'L,,1y ?ud ?rtF flr.t Street u" large Li"rd*n?Ku.ew th .?,V*"ue.V,uiUbl# for ? ^ "or < P Sixth avemie. Inquire of R " "eRCE* !'"a"? corner of Broadway, tJader M.tro,Vt?n Bank. 1 ,U? "trc#t' | rpo LET?THE THIRD STORY OF A FIRST cr ??a aiSSISi9?^ floor1 iU ,te b0'D??- Rt?333Bru ifdw ay,'.e uo a d rro LET?PART OF THE GENTEEL HOUSE vrt in ' the MeoDt?flooV'baA^'^eement'and r??L": on : l0^1! *?U'' ?">?<" ^bht?V,en j TO LET?TO A 8MALL GENTEEL FAMILY THE UP I TO LlT-rnAT SPLENDID NEW FOUR STORY ! fireproof atore, .iteatcd on the corner of klorria and tireenwich atrceta, fitted with ya. and Crotoa water tho I aaae being well ealcalated for a hardware or anv other .1* p,rt of Urtel>"'ck atreet ii undcrruinir ! extensive alterations, new store, being In pneeas of erection 1 the above it well worthy the attention o! huaina.. niTii .u! t firing a pemiancnt locatian, aa a leaae will he uiven Fir Iurther particular., apply ?tVu Wc.tttrtT! K f rpo I.ET-1N THE NEW BUILDING NO (W IIFI KH vn #ijo tiro? loft?. <?0 Otld Kiroei. next door I'.V) SluO, for .econd, tbird and fourth lloor.. Inquire of ' WILLIAM C. OARDINER. TO LET-A FIRST CLASS HOUSE, IN COMPLETE order, now occupied hy a private family, containing'.ix ueu rooniB, with all the modern improvements vtrv uicolv fnrai.hed thronehout, and furniture for sale Locatfo^ down town wort of Broadway, and un.urpaa.ed for a fir.t clui. boarding bonso^ B. w. RICHARDS, 307 Broadway T?JnFiTf7?? nR0Ar,WAY, A LARGE AVD~PLKA Aini^d u0a tL,c 8OC0nd n??r, newly papered leA atl^t ul. i '11 >U !bro? rainnt,,? walk iroiu Ch .ru a i a?. . oonncctiou. a smaller room ii' dnyir.wi Apply this day to B W. RICHARDS 307 Broadway T?^l7,A B,\CK BAS?H?HT AND FIRST FLOOR ::: SWfflS :r7.r!:v.*:r k::ie r j?' ssih. i's.'SMsns YKsv; is Walkor atreot, for tale. Aaalr te W M R?iv?*ir?o T?? ' ET~,A,ST0RK and BACK ROOM THE SToltF rpo LET?THREE LOFTS, SITUATED IN FORSYTII X street, letween llmiRton and JStnntun sviitahif. r,r i ? . windows and doot iu frunt of eucli ntorv The building ii Potcnty feet deep l.y twenty fonr feet front T , f??L "inijilro o!f the pv'mileef l^'koM , rpo LET IN WALL STREET-TWO LARUE OFFICES r ril i " rear, with folding door, between anitaMe' Wall ?traetlr 0icUttnK0 ?""?'?Ml. Apply at No. 11 j THRFE FLOORS TO RENT-IN THE FIRST CLASS 60-1 Sixth avenue. Building *4 feet front with nteron cach floor; with Immediate poaac.won. Aj jlyto U. L. 1 IERCE, corner of 1'ino and Jlruadw.y. TSol'nT.i^ BROOKLYN-THE HALF OF THE~llouSE a 127 Iladaon nveune, near Sand, itreet, oon.i.tinv of a b.iouiont, the .econd floor compriainE four room., and two CIIET l?0s7?ih a i r of FitANCI8 ALAN tt*1' Sixth avenue, before J A. M. or after5 P. u. T? li?T,, 'N Jf'bLIAMSBURO.?TO A SMALL RK ?peclalilo family, half of a w?ll huit!)t?i two gt ?ry bri - I..U.. No. 803 South Thitd .Iriet, ten idnutt. wJifk from the ferrio?. Apply ou tho prttuidof. n-o lit or to LXASK-fu? *!1It* ***** X Uchouia known e* the Halfway Hum, .**' Now York. ga? I a had Lnrueeiai.lv tlier partleulara inquire at 77 Adama atreet, Mreeklya. TO 1.11 T OR LEASE?TI1E DISIR ABLI STORK AND building No s|3 Broadway: DoiiHaiiu tin he bad i hi - mediately Inquirv of S. C. IdBhUlNU, Salamander Sato (tore, 134 Water atreet. TO LET OR LEASE?FOR LODUIS OR FOR ANT liatlit inanofa< turiug fur city customer*. a ball, 8" by AG Hot iron front, larae wiodowe in front ana rear, aid large akyliglit* 'n eecond at ry. i taatod in the centre of trarel, nrar llU > ur ntrcet a test' line and I at weon Sixth and Eighth avenue U*lir?a Apply to Cll.lTU.N avOOSEVLLT. TO I.IT OR 1.1 111 TBI THREE ITOIT BRICK build.nr and ?t r? .'STOSont'.i atroet eppoMte the ferry to Rridg< atreet. Brooklyn. Apply to W, R. BKINCIBK 1H1 I*. 11'I ( In.ml era ?tract ri o I ET, OR LEASE FOR SALE?TilE VALUABLE 1 atoto and beuuient N I Murray atroet?2i hy 7,'? feet? naai Broad * .ij, and suitable for a m at aay kind of buei rcea Apply t < WAI lliOU.NE. 12J 1 altea Struut, Harald buildinga. TO I,IT OR LEASE-THE MR3T FLOOR OF THE lonnoNn fin Wbitc atreet. a fewdn .ro weat of Biuad way; one . f the beat lucalitiea In thla eily. anitaklo fur nl moat any kind of R. ntevl bnalneea or onioo ?oaiidcrable room in tbn yard ..nn bo bad if aoceti.try. Alto, aovoral ofiWce on tbc tecond fioor. _______________ TO I.EASL A LARUE IIOARDINO H ?t HI IN Iloda. n atraot o abort ,liat?no' from ?ha ilmdaoo Rivee Ika.i.ad daput lo |?.re at M lltdaon maw T'O I.I ASK? AT LOW I'RirrS-fo'r an t purpose, a largo number of lota on Thirty ninth and Fortiath atrreta, bet ween Filth en I Sialh av -nnea. fr .nting Cryatat I'nlam. Apply to R. 0. l'lERi E .or nor Fiuu atreat and Broadway, under Metropolitan Hank fPO LE ASH?FOR T EN VKA RS AT A FAIR RENT, 1 five lota on the corner of llroadwav and Thirty ninth Mreet. Apply immediately to U. 0. FIERCE. Fine attest, ooeuer lit' ad way. under Metropolitan ilant. T'O I,EASE - THE SPACIOUS AN D ELIOANT STORES. I Batmen*a, Ac , known aa f> iia?knian and IS Sprue ?treeta, K. feet deep, now tiniahing. and will he randy for oo ruination before May. Wnold be divided to knit. Apply to JAMES FRICE. fa) Hudaon etreet. riao RENT-COUNTRY SEAT AT FORT WAI III N C.T05, 1 on Ilndinn river. with aix or forty neree Loeati .n, im pi oi omenta i roe* end ahruhbery nurivnlled. Kent Mi.AA), with immediate p.omeaalon Apply to R It. FIERCE. Fine etreet, corner Orondwny, under Metropolitan Bank. rpo RENT?THE LOWER FART OF A NEAT TWO I auij houae, 1>: Molt etreet between C.rnnd and llroonie ?treat Tl o upper perl ocoupied by a genteel f. ynlyof only too piraona. Fur pnttluulara in quire at No. IM Mutt II reet. ritu It IN I ? lit-. WEST FORTY Fl" I TH "si" RE KT~ ~REWT, 1 Sifdf; 2d3 Woat Thirty firat vtrect, 87W>, Thirty third atreet between Fifth and Sixth avoimm. BY*b 522 Sietli avcuuo. EVA' 1.0-7 Broadway $1 <?? > lt?vere Hotel. 1 OH# Broadway, fl.pn. Apply to K. 0. FIERCE, Fine atreet, corner of lltoadwinr. TO ARTISTS.-STUDIOS TO LET. IN TOE MARBLI building No. 62J Broadway, near Bleeoker atreet. SE A BURY BREWSTER, WILL BE I ET. RENT VERY MODERATE -A SHALL '* houae In Brooklyn, fnrnlahed, fur three ot four UuUtha. Ad dree* box 3 1W. Futt Offl.e. ZINC ORE-THE UEBEROTH ZINC COMPANY Or fir for aaW tha aup?rior Calamine erea The enporior orea front Stucan Valley, belon.lne to the above company, delivered at Bethlehem on tbe liehigh renal. The pnrity of tbeao orea, and the pvuxitnlt j of ohnap fnel render them very de?lrable to parti. ? dealrone of eat-ring into the menu factrre of nkite oxide. Cnntraeta will he made for Ita dali very ra application to TUOM.VS AN UKF H 8, No 2 Unnu Ttf a'.xeet X- Mates mail steamer HERMANN, K uiandor will tall for Urimtn, touching at land tlio ?iii> and passengers for Kaglaud Saturday. A| rll 22. at 12 o'clock M , froui pi river. Price of psssaer ? | SlIfPPI\0. . Royal mail steamsuip europa?foe live F^l-Th. EUROPA, V Shannon commander w ?MI from the Company's Dock at Jersey Clly_wllh t EiP "J*" h.* J**"!!*'Wednesday, Va Ut taat.. at 12 o deck pr.oi.aly Kseeagar* ara requested I te on board by HKo'eloek A. M. TUa Aaia wiU sail oa 111 FOB LIVERPOOL.?united states mail stbam. if * o*; j ' Jamas C. Lata, aomaailder. Tbie ?taamablp will dapart with the United States in alia for Europe positively on vaiarday. April JV at 12 o'alaak M from bar barth at tha foot of Canal aireat. For freight oe passage. having un?>juall?d actotamwdatkoiia for elegaav* ar eamfort, apply to EDWARD K. COLLINS, M Wall (treat. Passengers are requested to ba on board at U>? A M Tha steamship Pacific will aaoaaad tha Arctic, and tail May 13. rOE SOUTHAMPTON AND HAVRE.?THE U. S. MAID Staamer UNION, 1,800 lone bartheu. with donbla aide lavar marina auginea, E. Adama. eomman lar, will leave fat Havre, teaching at Southampton to lead the main and paa ?engors. on Saturday, May 6, at 12 o'clock, from pier No. 4 North river. ? Plica of Peerage. Flrat Class.. $120 Do. Second Clear 70 Luggage not wru.tad during tha voyage should be sent en ton rd the day leforo Bailing, aiarked ??Below." No freight will I O tab' r after Tliaradav. May A For freight ar paaaaga apply to RUK11MAR LIVINGSTON, Ageat, M Broadway. For Southampton and bremen.?the united htat,s mail itcamer HERMANN, B. Wiggins. oam Scnthamptoi to and Prance, oa . pier No. 3 North ('???are:? In the first cat in, maiu aaloon $130 In the frit cabin, lowor >aiuou ' 1U0 In second cabin go An experienced sergeon U attached "to each iieamar.' All ??iters inuat past throagh the Po.t Oflice. 8poole deilterod in lie vie and London, for ra -age or freight apply to .p. "? SAND, Agent. & South street. 1 M " ?whington will ?nec??d tho 11 ?? 0**1111, ia4 2TKAM BETWEEN NEW YORiTaND GLASGOW^?? O Th? Ciikjyow ad4 K?w T??fk St?Mnship Coiut&ai'iDtW ?teeners, GLASGOW, (1 #32 tona. too horse power J Robert tmig, eommaader, and NRW YORK, (2.4M) tens. WO bora* power.) will leave New York for Elaagow as ander, vis.:? Wednesday, Slav HI, at 12 o'alook M.. and Wedaetday, itat Sat 12 o'clock W. Flrat cabin aalooa atat. room*, ik), do" dshlpj do., |7A; aoooud oabin, $30. third data. 423. Ap ply to JOHN MoSYMON, 38 Ureedway. rHE LIVERPOOL AND PHILADELPHIA 8TRAM ?hip Company intend starting their favorite steamship* raon rait.AnBi.iniia. fity of Manchester Satarday. .April IS, I88g 7tty of Glasgow Satarday..May 13, 1864 City of Manchester datarday. June A ISM Slty of Philadelphia About.... June 17, laX rata uvinroen. OMy of Olaagovr Wadnaaday. .April It, 18*4 Shy of lPanrhtstor Wedaeaday. .May 10, 1HM City of Philadelphia. About May 24, 1834 Saloon, M'O, $4L and $46, (aocordiag to Mate rooms.) A limited nam INN of third olea* passengers will Lo taken, tad (ound with aomfortably eookoa provisions, tor m .to Liverpool | Sdl from Liverpool. Parties wishing to bring out their frlands ouu obtain cer UAoMtea of passage, and drafts on Liverpool, in anma of El sterling and upwards. , Apply to SAJICXL SMITH, Agent, iS Walnut street, I'ht edolpMe For uelrourme. austrai^a.?important to eliiprera.?The clipper PUp NIGHTINGALE, now nt her berth pier 13 Meat river, haa a largo proportion of hoc oargo already on board, and will have qaiek despatch. The Kiglitinatle n not oaly tha aharpoet ship in port, but ig ?a strong a eeip aa can be built, retea A1 at all the offices, and inaurea at tha lowaat rates. She is fitted with Mmor aon'f veatilatora (a both bolda, sad carries no lumber, of . any other article that tan la)ara freight. For 4re!cht ec passage, having alagaat nocominndatiann. apply onlv to R. W. CAMERON, 116 Wall street. ASSAGE TO AUSTRALIA.?Tni FIRST CLASS BARK ... GENERAL JESSl'P, baring her freight all engaged, will leave this pert for Melbourne peoitively in Brat week ef May. She has comfortable aceomuedatioui for one or two families, and fowr to Ave adagio geatloraea. The owner go?a la the vessel, and will give particular ears to bammIt and pesmngera Apply to TUCKER A LIGUTBOLKN, oornec ?f Front and liroad atreeta. Ears reduced.?independent line to cali fhraia.?The steamship NORTH STAR will leave New ?h oa the 4th May, to eoaaeet with the Untie Sam. A Htnaiod onmber of Idoketa will he sold at the following rates. If applied fer behsre April 20:?Cabin, $1B0; steerage, $73. Apply only to J AS. W. CROSS, No. 9 Battery plaoe, up itaira. N B - I'naaengera came through In theoo ateamoM Jt Febrnary in tweaty two days and sixteen heuxa. P fT S. MAIL LINE FOR CALIFORNIA, VIA ASPIN U ? wall and Panama.? Lowaat piiaea, superior atoamers. Extension of the Panama Railroad. Arrangements for th? aale In this olty of tickets for the transit of the Isthmus, forming llio most agreeable and xafe route, through in a* ranee ef all ether linos. The Uuitod States Mail Steamship Company intend to despatch to Aspiawall on Thursday, April an, at 2 o'clock P. II., from pier foot of Warren street, the fast sailing steamship UEORGR LAW. Cant. G. V. Fox, U. S. Navy, to oonuest at Paaama with the PaeiAo Mail Staamship Company's steamer JOHN L. STEPHENS, Capt. 1'ieraoa. The extsnaion of the railroad makes thn passage across ths Iathmas prastleablo In one day, a aon gtdsratiea that will indnee all who value their boalth and oomfort to seleot this route. Mr. Hlnshley (Into forwarder Itr Aiitmi A Co. on the Isthuas) has perfected his arrange ments for tbs transit of passengers and thair baggage (torn AspknwaU te Panama. Tickets'aaa he obtained Aw the transit from J. W. Carrlngtoa. at Adams A Co.'a, 36 Broad way, or at 177 Wait street. The aeaommodationi for paa aencara of ell elaaxos aru unsurpaaoad, and particular at loutlou it paid to the eleaallnsea of the cteerage. For Arvlght or passage appty at the ol&oo of the companies, 177 WeM street, te C. A. WIIITNE*. ? ?: TTNITKIl STATES MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY FOf Ij Kcwr Orleans via Havana, sailing at 2 o'clock P. M, Ircm pier foot ef Warren street, carrying the govcrnmem mails. This company intend to despatch, on Thursdn* April 27. the steamer CRESCENT CITY, Captain Uenrj VI iiidie f reight taken to New Orleans at forty cents pel cubic fest will b.i rocelvwl or. 2lth invt.; specie only tak? I on IrelAht to Havana. Shippers will he furnished with tl.< I Ischium of the 1,111 of lading, sigaed by this ecmp iny, o* application. No I ills of lading siguad after the sailing ot iLe vcaec). Tor ft?i -fit or passage, apply at th? office of the company, 117 Wcat street. M. O. ROBERTS. XJEW YORK AND CAL1 VOI!*fIA STEAMSHIP LIVE, ^1 via N iestragra- The Arceiiery Transit Company of Nlraraj.ua. pre; iit-liw*.?Thn ugh la advance of toe mail. ' Oaiv tine g'tnitg W*rough tichsts, including the isthionn ?ro.-?ing. 3 bo saw doable engine steamship STA It OF Til C * EST, (2,fr'C Seo.i bur then.) wi:'. leave from frier No. 3 North jfver. at 3 ? akist P. M. pre.isely, for l'uonta Areua. on Fhnrsdav, April 2<i connaotin: with the new and favorite steamship Sio-ra Sovadu V Mhl tons burthen,) over the Nicaragua Transit rents, bai.r.g ut twelve miles of Un<i transport., tloa, ty first class oorriages. These steamers tre ansnrpasac.d la their vontllatloa and accommodations Fof further t> formation or passage apply only V# '.'HARLEM MORGAN . Ageat, No 6 Bovlitg Green. NPVf yOHk ?vp 1 ;,A MA STEAMSHIP COM puny, carrying tko l> i itud States mail.--8*n>i monthly litt.-lw Mobile, stopping at Havana.?The itmmniip CA HAUL# U W. Sbufeldt, commander, will commence re ceiving fre.gl t on Seiwdtjr, April ?1, nod snilftir the nbova port? on 'liniicy, April X>, nt IJ o'clock, from her pier, foot ?f Herri* n street, North river. Freight taken for New Or leans. l'lt-tenrern for tinman muet procure passport! bo lore lnnvii r For freight or passage. apply to 1,1V IhriSiON, CKOC11MRON A CO., Agontf. No. 31 Broadway. N. B.?The IlUck Warrior, J. D. Bullock, commander, will eueoeed tl.e 1 almwla, and eail May 9. ?^OK NEW OttLEANS DIRHCT?THE NEW STEAM ship OKI EAR A, l.MM tone burthen, Capt. James Law ii, will leave en Saturday. April M, at 3 P M Sh>. Lai ?iiellent roomi on dick an.l in inlonn. Freight, 30 centa par enbic foot. Paiiage, eatia. fee. steerage, Sit. All billn af lading to be signed en hoard. For freignt or passage ap ply to CHARLES MORGAN. agent, b Bowling Uioou. FOB FATAKNAn? FAKE REDUCED?THE NEW, ?pleuiiid lido whoel itramihip KEYSTONE STATE Capt. It Hardie. carrying the United States mail will leave Philadelphia for Savannah on Wednesday, April 19, at 10 o'slosk A M., from the wharf above Vine street. Ia ?peed and strength, and every arrangement far the comfort eiiH eonvericnce of passengers, this ship is nnsarpasoed. Fr.ra from Philadelphia, Mb; steerage. $8. The State of Sti rgin leaves as above the following Wednesday, agents la Philadelphia, HERON A MARTIN, No. 37K North W barves; lu Savannah, C. A. L. I.AM Alt. IpoR satannAn and Florida?united states Mall Line. ? The new and splendid steamship ALA BAMA. George K. Sehenek, will Wave on Wednesday. 19th April, at do'oleek. P. M., from hdr pier No. 4 North river. API ly lo SAMUEL L. MITCHIl.L, 13 Broadway. ""La Angesta, 1 homes Lyon, will leave on Saturday, if?"* April r. *ou*4. W*ketl from Now Tork to Jeoksonvil ??; Piltika, Atf. FOR CHARLESTON AND FLORIDA.?SEMI WEEK.] U. P Mail Line ?The favorite and fast going steam MOUTH RKN EM, T. Ewau. eotninaader, will leave pier N 4 North river, on Wednesday, April 19, at 4 P. M. preeisel For frrivht apply on hoard, where all bills of lading tvillV ligaed. and tor passage at the ofllee of SPOFFORD. Tt LR TON A CO , hd "roadway. Through tickets to Florida follows:?To Jacksonville, Ml. to Pilatkn, $33. , (710R VIRGINIA, CAROLINA, GEORGIA, AC -THB P United Btatee mail steamship JAMESTOWN. Captain uaveody. will leave pier 13 North river, on April '9, st 4 e elo 1 . P. M? for Nerfclk, Petersburg and Rich mond. Tlsnu to Norfolk ahoav twenty four honrs Pan lupiis arriving there ean take the Seaboard and Roanoke, sue Wilmington and Manchester Railroads to Augusta. Ata tusita, Charleston, As. 1'aasase and fhro to Norfolk. ; to Petersburg and Richmond, $10. steerage half prioa. Fug height apply on board, and for j usage to LUULAM A PLEASANTS, 32 Broadway. W ANTED TO PURCHASE?A VESSF.I, CAPABLE TT of carrying about 100 tons in a light draught of water. Apply to lie-ears. MURPUTA NESB1T, avenue A and Twen ty-third etrcet. (NOB 3AI.K OR CHARTER-STEAMER MAY QUEEN, X now lying foot of North Moore street, North river, nearly aew sud iu complete order; length of kerl lod'.ilj feet breadth of beam, 2T 10 12 feet; depth of hold MRU feet; draft of water about four feet: about four hundred tone hirthen Apply to T. C. DURANT, No. 7 South street, up stairs, bai V ihoe. I NOR SALE-TWO CANAI, BOATS, 80 TONS EACH.? Inquire tf J UI.ACKW ELI,, No. 3 Atlantic street, cut nor of runnel, Irom 10 A. M. till 1 P. M. ASTRoiiOer. Hot I " OFFER*? TO ANT PER. #u.UUU son who oan surpass the wonderful sclent** # Lady Madam Cllftou, in the art of Astrology. She is thg only lady in the United States who ean give correct state ments on marriages, deaths, lesses, lawsuits, absent frleMtt and she also sen curs nay disease In its lent stags. Tho*e wishing to consult hsr had better eall soon, for her stay >fl limit? d Evidence 64 Thompson street, betweea Broome i sad Spring - root# 1 Astrology -mrr PLEURY, from parts. wiiosh I relatives prophaslad Napoleon I., is the celebrated and I tirM porion of till present ace to foretcH future event, tragi and certain No. 31 ChrjttU streo . tirnt story. Madame morrow is. without exception. tiikI most wonderful astrelnglst in the world, er that heal ever hcvu known She w.'.l (all past, present, and fnturol events, and will show vour feisre husband and absent! Meade winch l,st astonished thousands daring her trartlel In Enrepa. Mile is a seventh daaghtec of a seventh dan.li ter and was lo.rn with a lateral girt, by invoking the pow ers of her ?' o ,i,rful toll even their very thonaht end will cause happy pair, to oome together, who will a enjoy tha greatest happiness of matrimonial bUss Shake descendant of a Bus of actreloger* reaching baok for cents riot sad he- predictions art truly astonishing to all rig visit hsr A : 1 whs hava been disappointed alsewhort, as tlioso who Wiah a speedy marriuga, may eel I soon, end tbk mav depend epon true ndviee, founded en the eternal prfc rile# < magical ssisnee. 76 llreeme street, between I'M non and < clnsnbsa. Msatleinen not admitted. THK SPIRIT RAPPERS OUTDONE AT L4ST-rJ Madam Clllton, the wonderful seer of futnre eveataJ gad we confess eh? is the only iady in the United statue who can give correct statement.: she also enres any dicea# in it? worst stage This certainly knooka nil spirM rapper ,n the (bade. Gonad see hsr. at 64 Thompson ltrtt?i *$ twttu Broome and Spring strvc|p.