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New IhuH "Tin HlgM oflebrulu," long
and chorus 38 ?#nts; "Fatrj Land Sohottlsoh," with beeati
tal vignette 38 cents; 'Park Waltsss," .38 ??ta: ' First
Oaiwt pelka." cents; "Medsrn Hallo," eoag. 2fi osnts.
JmU pebUebed ay HOKACE WATERS pibli.ber, end
daalar la piaaaa, melodeoue, and all kinds of maoic *nsr
that diss, 333 Broadway. N. B ? Music aaat by mail, post
Ptaaoa.?Horace Watara' Plataoa, with lap
proved aoalaa aad sold strings; T. Ollbort .t Co o Cryatal
Paints preaitom pianos with or without tha molten, with
iron framsi and circular aoalaa; Gilbert's boudoir pianos,
aad Jlallct A Cumstdn'. piauoa, (of tba o'd firm of Hallet A
Ca.) Sold whoioaalo or ratal!, at prioao which dofy all eom
pmrlaon
HORACE W tTEKS, 333 Broadway.
BEclodcoin ?3. D ?5b H. W. Nmlth'a Crlcbratrd
poladaona, aud Hoe-man A Baldwiu'a pateut organ or dou
ble baak maiodaoaa. aad a I art a aaaortmaut of melodeensof
athar makes. Wholoaala or retail, at raotory prioaa.
UORaCE WATERS. 333 Hroadway.
W? Read It at One Sitting, and did not
sleep all night for it. Tha Saint and tha Sinnar:
a tale not rtranger than true. Publiahed by E. N. Groao
ataa. Thla ia the moot aatonadlag rovelatiou that hao bean
made for jearo, aad will areata a testation aa great aa did
Lard Byron's Don Juan, ltt nnspariag truthfilness and
raleptleos exposure of the vices of tha great metropolis have
already raised a cry for its ?u?p?es<ioa, bat its truth la its
safeguard and Justification. Hoar what tha praaa has al
ready said:? a
It lashes tha viae of this groat oity aa unsparingly as the
satirist Juvenal whipped with his kindling vsrse the be
smntched morals of laaoivious Rome ?Daily limes.
Ita vertiflcati ia is fall of tha graceful wantonness of
Roebester.?Daily Fxpreas. e
This ia emphatically the mast startling production of tha
ay. Solon Robinson may now ory " Hot Corn" unheeded,
aad the Old Brewery cease its clamors, for Tha Saiat and
tha Bianer eclipses them altogether.? National Democrat^
. The imagery is exquisite, aad tha poetry throughout is
beauti u) ?Morning Star.
Wa road it at one sitting, aad did not sleep all night fof
it.?W Y. Sunday Atlas
Since the days of Lord Byron, nothing so gxodina po
atisal tense hao bean offered to the publlo.-Suuday Courier.
Sold bvBlKlftGER A TOWVbEND, 222 Broadway;
Dcwltt A "Davenport, Tribune Builoings; Long A Brother,
i street; Dexter A Brother. It aad 16 Ana street;
Ml Nassau L . .. ...
' and by the principal newt agents aad boeksallars.
lay Bxctarnlon to Staltn Ialtmd.?Only
six canta for a sail on tha finest bay ia tha world, a splen
did slew of tha ooeaa, with a magnificent panoramic siaw
af thirty miles of tba saenery around New Fork. Boats
lease foot of Whitehall street asery half hour after 9 A. If.
Pint Spring Clrcultxr of D. Devlin 6i Co.,
Warn their new warehouse Not. 268 aud 260 Broadway, oor
aar af Warren (treat..
We bag to inform you that wa has# mosed into our new
warehouse, Nos. 268 and 200 Broadway, corner uf Warren
street, and are now opening large aad saried assortment#
af spring and summer e othing and furaishing goods, both
for men aad boys' wear, msnnfeotured expressly for our
oity trade, and to whioh wo insito your special attention.
Our merchant tailoring department,
H I, i ? ob the sooond floor,
ortunate in soonrlng the services of
gaatlemsa of established reputation in this eity aud Paris
aa sutters of taste and Judgment, Is organised, aad insito
your orders. This department wo thall keep supplied with
a tall otook of the moot desirable trtiolos for custom work.
At the beginning of au enterprise so extensise in its lino,
and farming as it does a new feature in the trado of our oity,
it will be expected that we offer some statement of our in
tended operations, whioh we heroin take pleasure ia doing.
First. As to our business. Wo purpose manufacturing
aad dealing ia asery article of moa's and boys' waar in tha
way of ready made clothing aad furnishing goods, both for
aity and eonntry trade; also to make to order any and every
garment with despatch for those who prefer being supplied
from our custom department. Terms at retaileesh, aad at
wholesale strictly six m< nths, or five per cent off for oasb.
Second, We purpose giving to every article manufac
tured y us moh oaro and attention aa to stamp it with a
etyle at once elegant and distinctive, aad ts have the qua
lity of it always reliable and relcot.
Third, It is our determinati m. us it ia our true interest,
to make our prices so uniform and so low as to saenro popu
larity aa eoll on the score of economy as of taste
And lastly, wo ooafoss to the ambition of making our
house, ia ita traJa and internal organisation, aa worthy of
the great metropoUi of the Union at it ooufnaMdly is ia its
ax teat aad proper .ions.
In brief, we hope, by tha exteuaisenais af our trade, to bo
.. .. . . ^ f
enabled to give to each department, both wholesale and re
tall, aa axoTusisa and perfect organisation, aud deservedly
take the load not only la the style and quality of our goods,
but at tha low prioas at whioh wo shall ba able to aflbrd
them, and by the promptnasa aad Intsgrlty with whieh our
basinets will ba oondusoad, to merit that sucoata whieh so
large aad desirable ax enterprise should command.
Tory respectfully, D. DEVLIN A CO.
To City Clothier*?Ren's, Youth*' and Boys'
duuk, linen, alpaca, and other stylos of summer coats; also
a handsome assortment cf pants and vests suitable for the
aity retail trade, for sale at wholesale, at low prices, by
* ~ * ? ~ VY, 75 ? -
DAVID J. A GEO. J. LEVY, 76 William street.
Ostk Hall Clothing. ? Fine Ready-made
clothing of every description, selling at extraordinary low
Wll. 11. DEUKOOT A SUN'S, 84 aad 86 Fulton
prices, at
street, extending through to 47 and 49 Gold itreet.
Iff lime 1* money, to aacilflee the time of a
auatomor y compelling him to wait for the exeention of an
. . .. . hour specified is a species of rob
erdar beyond the day or :
hers. GREENE, No. t Aator Houav, taking this sisw of the
eubjeot, always sends homo his beautifully fitting shirts at
Ladlti' French Shoe Store, No. 372 Bowery,
?se doors above Fourth street.?IRA lilKRITT keeps o6n
stautly on hand every description of ladies', misses' and
children's boots and i>hoe>, manufactured in superior stylo,
from the very best materials that oan be prooured, whioh
ha sells at reasonable prices. Elegant linen gaiters, of t?
rious shades ot eolar, a superior artiste, only lis.
- Notice to Exporters of Ov< rahoca and other
India rubier goods Ths subrcrlbsrtj sole owners of the
Goodyear patent for the French Empire, having now their
factory in fall operation, are prepared to receive orders.
Gaods of their manufacture are guaranteed equal to the
beat hlihurto produced In tha United States, for style. Qual
ity, aud knieh. terms lit eral HUTCHINSON, UENDER.
SON A CO , Montargii. Loirst France. Bureaux at dtp it
62 Rua da Faubourg, Puluonnkre, Paris, enu3K) Uroadwsy,
New York.
Mr. O. S. Fowler la to CAIvtniCi.ee a course off
free lecture* on phrcuolegv aud physiology, in th- OUeon,
??. -a,._ a
next Thursday evenin g This will sfford an excellent op
portunity for oar Williamsburg neighbors to learn how
th>y are made, and what for.
Oantlon-Mwing lUctuirie>.? rite moat re
tUbbMine uf Momittloii u la my claims to the rawing
muoaine, may be found In the able opinion lately given by
J edge SpriiM, of Boston, in n suit amnieni tbe Singer mi
ekine, (iocelled ) printed oopiei of witch uia> >.o had el my
aMee, er by mail, by forwarding n pos-agu -t.?i.ip Tbe fol
lewing id n Uit of licences under my potent of taiS, vlx. -
Wheeler, Wilson * Co., Orover Has<rA<? A IWrthoIf,
A. B. Howe. American Magnetic Sewing Wa.-Moe womptt.y,
Dorcss Sewing Machine Company, bew York, J. H Nichols,
J. W. Been, N. linnt. Bolton, Man.: Hood Baitetl A Co ,
Worcester Mail., Messrs. Wooldredge, Krone and Moore,
Lynn, llafei. Charles A. Onrgin ha* no Ion :rr a license to
make, nee, or eell lowing machine! nnd?r mr intent. It
hai been revoked and surrendered. KLIA3 HOW C. Junior,
patentee of tbe original tewing maekine. No. 4l> Hanover
', Boston and SOS Broadway, Newlotk.
Hewing Bachlnti, ? We Own Six of the
nets important patent! on seeing machine!, and have pro
aecnted tbe live piinoipal manafaotnreil for infringement,
We rely on the law to windieate onr righti. In the meta
time tie pnbl'o are assured that onr (ingle threaded
maehinei are in no way affected by the oontroveriy abont
the ?bottle machinei. We can eaiily latiefy tbe world by
practical demonitration, that for all work on linen, cloth,
or leather, no meohinei can compare with the ilaglo
threaded machine!, I. M. blhOIH A CO., 323 Broadway.
Paper Hangings, at the Old EstablUhmmt,
436 Petri Btree , where every variety of tha latent foreign
and dome-tic atylei may be bad at the moat moderate
pricee. City < r country t nntomen who, at thii bmy season,
may procure their own paper bangeri, aid thai relieve ni of
reaponiibility, ihall Lave ell the advantage! of wholesale
price.- 0'8l'L?.IVAN A FaYB, 436 Pearl street.
Sonstlhliig Sew and Uirfnl^Mliaie di Co.'a
magic transform g paper for writing and obtaining copies
at the seme time, tor copying plans, designs, music, no.,
in the moat correct and beautiful manner, either on paper,
cloth, wood or stone. Fur embroidering It ie she most valu
able article known, an by this process the most inexperienc
ed ean produce exact imitations of nay leaf, olant or flower,
and transfer them to any article that may be desired. The
vartety of nsefnl and orncmeala' purposes to which it can
he applied Is Immense. Foil Instructions in preparing the
angle piper, with n package of the same, will be forwarded
to aajkaddrest, upon the receipt of one dollar, postpaid.
TBIL.EASE k CO., 3U7 Broadway.
Dtflantr Salamander Safrs,?Robert ft,
PATKICB is ths sole mnnafketarer in the United States of
eflkn above eelehrated safes, and F. C. Coffin's impenetrable
ee locks and cross bars, ths ksst safes end looks eon
Is the world. Depot. No. 199 Pearl street, one door
Maiden lane, formerly 90 John (treat.
*1,000?For Sale?A First Class Saloon, lo
cated en a corner of a thoroughfare, extending under three
(twice, with three eitranees, one private for ladies; mag old
weatly fmiisbed, la complete order. Insured for $2,000
Toe mirrors alone are valued at6*00. Apply to
Q. A. ROBINSON, HONaeennstreet.
Hclwmtlfle Men TMrongMmttt the Wide WoHd
are challenged to elfeerate a eo mpound to eqnnl Dr. OOU?
BAUD'S medicated soap, for tie aura of tan, pimples,
freckles, sunburn, eruptions and the elnri6cn<ioa of the
human skin from all disfigurements- 1 hie is not tbe logic
wf the schools, hut Incontrovertible facts. Bo with Oon
rand's pondie subtile, which, It ie will known, nproots hair
from any part of tbo body. Hair dye Illly white liquid
rouse, hair restorative, Ac., at the old depot, 67 Walker
ate eat, first store from Broad say; cullender, 8.1 Sooth third
t, Philadelphia.
Batrhdor's Hair Dye Is still the heading
' -m tide, by all acknowledged to he the best dye extant for
perfectly coloring the hair the moment It is applitd. Teas
wf thousands la nil parte of the world proclaim It the only
-reliable dye known. Sold at BaTCHELOB'S, 233 Broad
wny.
Hjrmtt'a Life Balaam.?llhenmatlain In Its
' snoot painful forme, else scrofula, eld nloers, end Ike wore-,
en-we of diseases of the bleed, great debility, liver coin
plaints kidneys, incipient consumption, Ac , ere most cer
tainly cured by this greet purifier. Principal depot No.
*66 Grand street, favogty five cents per bottle.
tssusg Inaaltatw, Ho. S Bond street, Hew
York ?All diseases of the long* and threes, treated by Dr.
haahevn'a system of iabdationwf medicated vapor. No me
diefc.ee given Into the stomach. Alt patients allowed the
benefit wf ewe weak'* trial, without charge. Open from 9 A
B. tod P.M. Under the control efO D. SANBORN. H. D.
iWWUEUSTS RENEWED KTEKI DAY.
PERflONAL.
AWU OW LADY. IN AFFLUENT CIRCUMSTANCES,
wishes to adopt a handsome boy, Item eighteen months
teteo ews of sis. A French child preferred. Address
AnneOeey. Broadway Pest UtBca.
svnAi-X'JS ALBKItT CAY LtFT BDINBUAO JULY
?7 0>.JiW? A l-tter Irons his friends wRI at onee be sen!
?eLercv.-e he may diieo', and no questions asked ndLesa
V* B. Pamenu. New York.
Ilk FORMATION WANTED-0F MY BROTHER. J9
?ep.k |Ue<lderd heme tisuc aioce. In October la It, he
un to Ui.-e letter from :>U6 FUtk street, mace wblsh time i
I etw pat .Vatrd fr'-u. blu Jo answer he a telegraphic dee
I aleh win.ti I had occasion te lend, addressed to him. I ro
itlied >? s?er ?"Con t deliver, gene to Ohio." He worked
at <?<.??. iron mawfiino shop oa P.tst river. I hare written and
?elean.nl.ed,.Uk>c cn-ant gat any other information Any
p ?-?.ii who < *s? Isirr te v information o- uocruiag bias-ill
a-i far a greet i-eror upon his anxious brother by oddreann .
Is.ae GshdarJ. . rtcr. 1 org Vs.
Ir T1?B H4HT1S WHO INfJUIKED FOR APART
n.rii>r ks mhliti ytr-et, near Weit Broadway tbrre
"'ih'i nee.pud w. ?<? c Is.pp. inte.l whe i they celled In the
' m tie swu>e again?they can be eeoomiao<la-wd
UiyNIBD Iff ..D IPT?A FKeAf.R t'RILO, NOT
" ? < r- thee'Inn hoe ?*a?#old, ea? with lark hair
at.fir..J Address oenVeaMslly. M D Broadway Poll
Vfl-te, t atlrj t.nr it. ??%. * ?1 i ilv/rl w.
THE TORT.
TJALTIMORE, WD. RACES-THE SPRING MEETING
JJ over the new coarse at Herring Kaa, near Baltimore,
Maryland, will t iiomeoce en the Arrt Tuesday, O'h day of
June n>t.
First day, Tuealay ? Jookey Club Purse $7W, three mil*
beats.
Sam* day?Sweepstikea for three year olds, all* hoots?
SVOO auboertption, ha'f forfait; tlx Glib to give <BOO II two or
mora start. Filled with tba following eotriaa:-*Wm. U
Gibbous namaa b. f. Pbilo, by Mannar, out of Caasandra;
Tbomaa WMtten namea nb. f. hylmp. QI*neos, dam by Ma
doe; P. S. Fowler names b. a Terriflo. by Imp Sovereign,
out of Jane Mitohell. Alan. Col George Glass ooek'a gr. o.
Little Arthur, by Imp Gltneoe, out ol itluo Bonnets; Col.
Calvin Qraan nMnes b f. l>y Imp Aiuderby, out of Princess
Ann.Q. W. Dillnbunt namaa an. o. by Imp. Olenooa. out
' Kallum. 4 yaara. w M. umoons nomas o. r. aiaa
, by Umpire, out of Emily Ulentwortb, 4 yaara; R. P.
inmea b. a. Wild Irishman by Imu. Olenooa, dam by
Syuan; A. J. Minor namaa ah t Blonde, by Imp.
of Muaadoraby Madoo. _ .
Second day, Wedno.day-JocKey Club Puraa <100, two
mile hcata. _/ww> . , .,
Same dftj?8w*#pstake? for all $200 ?abicriptioa,
balf forfait mile baata; tba Club to gWe SWOif two or mora
atari. Col. Calvin ureeu namaa b. e by Epallon, out of
Nanny Kallum. 4 yaara, W B. dihbona namea b f. Mlaa
Mattia, bj " " *" ' " "
Field nai
Gtancoe?3am"by~Warner. 4 yaara; O. W. UQlahiint'namea
cb. o Garret Davia, by Glenaoa, 4 yaara: alao b. f Madon
na, by Imp. Yorkahire. dam by Imp. (Jleneoa, 4 yaara. ?
fhird day, Thursday?Jookey Club Puraa fftJU, mila
Fame day?Swaapatakea for 4 yaara olda-RVM aubaerip
tion, <200 forfait. 2 mile baata, olub to give <100 if two or
mora atart. A.J Miner namaa cb. f Blonde, by Imp die ?
coa. dam by Warner; K P. Field namea b. e. Wild Iriah
man, by Imp. Uleacoe, dam by Madoo; O W. Dtllahunt
namaa ah. a. Davia Garret, hy imp. Gianooe; Col. M. R. Sin
gleton namaa vh. f Elleo Lvana. ?
Fourth day?Friday?Jockey. Club puraa <1,000, four mila
baata
Sama day- 8weepstak es for 3 yaara olda, two mile heats?
<?00 aubacription, <101 forfeit, club to give <100 if two or
more-start. Col. Caivln Green namea b f. by Imp. Aiuder
by. out of b. Princeaa Ann; P. 8 Fowler namaa Peter Blake
ly'a b. e. Terriaer, by Imp. Sovereign, oat of Jaaa Mitchell;
uiao, gr. a. Little Arthur, by Imp. Glenaoa, out of Blue
Hornets; Tbomaa Witten namaa cb. f. by Imp. Gtencoe.dam
by Medea.
Fifth day?Saturday?Jockey Club puraa <400, mila baata,
beat tbrca In Ova.
Same day?Swaapatakea for al< agai, a single beat of throe
milea; four yaara olda and over to carry luulha.?<300 suo
irrlptioa, $100 forfait, tba elub to rive <300 if two or mora
atart. P. S. Fowler namaa Col. T. B Golby'a ob. b. High
lander, by Imp. Cloneoe, out of Cartlnet by Imp. Monarch,
five yaara; R. P. Field namaa Little Flea, by Gray Eagle, five
yaara.
Tba following matches are to oome off on the aama weak'*
Col Hare's Zingaree colt against Col Glaaacoek's Little
Arthur, for <2 000, milt heats; Col. Watoon'a Flurenoe
ae.ainat Col. Dilinhnnt'i Madonna, for <1000, two mile baata.
8. J. CARTER, Proprietor.
Union Course, l. i.-trottino on Monday,
May 29. A parse and stake of <900. Mila beats; bast
tbraa in Ave; to wagena and drivers weighing 300 pounds.
U. W -odmff names kr. m Lady Collins; D Differ names b.
g. Joe Hasted; B Bnokland namea br. g. Puny: C.Carl
namaa ob. m Millar's Damsel. Stages leave tba WilUama
burg ferries for the eonraa hourly.
JOHN I. BNEDIKKR, Proprietor.
UNION COURSI, L. I?TROTTINO ON TUESDAY.
May 30 at 3 o'clock P. M A match for <1 000. Mile
beats, baat three in Ave, in harness. J. McMann namea b.
m.. H Jones namea b m. Stages leave tba Williamsiurg
ferries for the eonraa bonrly.
JOHN I. SNEDI&ER. Proprietor.
UNION COURSE, L I.?TROTTING ON THEIRS
day, June 1, at 3 o'clock P. M. A parse and stake of
<2,0(16. Mile baata. U Woodruff names gr. g. Nad to skele
ton wagon; Wm. Wlielan namea r. g. Bon Bolt, to 230 lb.
wagon; a. Hoagland names b. th Lady Wataoa to-vkcletua
w?gon Stagea leave the Williamsburg ferries for the
eonraa hourly. JOHN I. SNRDIKKR, rroprletor.
' i ? <
POST OFFICE NOTICES.
POST OFFICE, NEW YORK.?NOTICE.- THE MAILS
for Europe, par United States steamer Fraaklin, will
close at this office on Saturday, the 3d day of June, at lOU
o'clock A.M. ISAAC V. FOWLER, Postmaster
REWARDS.
REWARD.?STOLEN, ON FRIDAY NIGHf,
<?J 26, from the residence or A. B. Raymond,
-est Fermi, Westohester county, e bey marc, 14\ henlis
high, with two white hind feet, aas very etrohgly,bailt; also
one common wegon end three leti of single herneee?for the
recovery of which the above reward will be paid en appli
cation to A. B. RAYMOND, West Fnrmi, or W. Niblo, Nib
lo'f Garden, New York.
<jSl C REWARD.?AN OPERA GLASS, MOUNTED IN
?P J-O pearl, marked with the mnker'a name?"A. Dnroni,
Bilano"?was either left in a eoaehor loot on Iait Friday
night, 26th iait., at Jnlliea'a oonoert The Under will re
ceive the above reward by returning it to Mr. Banki, 72
Fifth avenae.
$5
REWARD FOR THE RETURN OF A BLACK
and tan terrier dog, about eighteen mo nth ? old,
rather thin, hair worn off from the eara, loot the 26tb inet.,
from Eleventh atreet, near the Second avenne. The Under
will reoeive the above reward on returning the dog to No. 9
Fifth itrcet. home in the alley.
tg? C REWARD-STOLEN, A SEVENTEEN FEET BOAT,
<]pcJ ween outilde, white etreaka red gunwale, green in
tide; a pair of oare and apritaail taken with her. Boat and
oare branded J. K Willie, Clifton, S. I, who will pay the
above reward for the boat or information where ihe is.
THE TRADES, &C.
CUTTER-WANTED, A SITUATION, BY A GER
man acquainted with the English language. Haa been
in liluatione in eome of the beet clothing etoree in the oi> r.
Can fumiih hii own Improved pattern! in boy'e and me i
clothing The beet of reeommendatiom, if required, ai
dreee R. 8., Herald office.
WO TINMEN?A GOOD WORKMAN IN TINWARE
A and til earn wanted, at 138 Maiden lane, up itaire.
WANTED?A-GOOD BLACKSMITH. ONE THAT UN
deratanCa country work. Inquire, at Bergen Hill
Five Cornere, of Smith lilndiot.
WANTED?TWO PIERCE WORKERS AND TWO
braiiers; only thoec aocuetomed to working on German
lilvcr goode, for electro plating, will anewer. Alao. an or
rand bey. Apply to DATEK, BRAY A CO., 106 William
street, up stairs.
NEW PUBLICATIONS.
AN HISTORICAL NOVEL, TITLED THE "PORTRAIT
uf Elite" and the * Myeteriee of Mole," will shortly
emanate from the press by Delgado. All thoee deelroua of
?nlecribing can do ae by calling at the office cf "El Milato,"
No. 60 Canal atreet.
Fun for the uillion.-uood'S choice works.
Hood'i Own, with comic illustration!, paper. 31 ceute;
cloth. Microti. Hocd'e Whimsicalities, with comio illae
trationa, paper, 38 centa, Hbtb, 66 cente. Hood'i Up the
ULine, with comic Uluitrntione, paper, SO centa; cloth 76
ceuta.
No man of the preaent century at leas*, haa aiguallaed
himaelf ao much ua a humorlat, aa the author of tbeae booke.
?Albany Argua.
Where can le found n apeedier remedy for the "bluet,"
than in any of Tom Hood'i workaf Worceiter Palladium.
Tbomai Hood, n moat udmiranle fiilow, with n warm
heart, n aound head, n humor quaint and original, a diapo
litlco amiable and feeetioue, and n boon companion; n man
of taate, feeling, and genial.?Blackwood.
Published by KIGGIN'S A KELLOGG, publishers. book
?elleri, and blank book manufaoturiri, 88 John atreet.
REMOVALS. ~
tSeMOVED TO 396 BROADWAY.?WM. 8. TARBELL,
JV from tbe late Arm of A. C. Benedict A Co., would re
?pv-.tfully^cnll tbe attention of hii frlende and the public te
tpieadid naeortmeat of watches, Jewelry, eiiver ware,
diamoudi, Ae. N. B.?Watebea, French clocks and jewelry
oarelnlly repaired. WM. 8. TaRBElL,
raoeeeaor te Levi Serlbner, 396 Broadway.
LEO AX NOTICES.
Legal notice?California?Joseph a. nunrs,
of tbe Philadelphia bar, intends leaving foe
a.? I'raucisoo, California, on tbe 6th June, ou pro
f.rtloeal bnaineae. laming hie nbaence he will tnko
charge of any legal matters and collectiona that may
Lc intrusted to him. He will be at the aetor House, where
be may ba consulted, from tbe let to the 6th proximo. He
f- rencea:?Hon. Geo. M. Dallas. Caleb Cnshlag, Wm. M.
?E.redith, J. S. Black, W. D. Keller, R M. Lee, John M.
Heed, David Pnnl JMSHD> Joiiah Randall, Esq , Messrs.
Myers A Claghorn. Co., " - - - ~r
Swain, Abel A SimwMSto , Ao.
OCULISTS AND AUR1STS.
DR JAMES W. POWELL, OCULIST, AURIST, AC. DE
voteebie attention exelnelvely to diaemee of the ejannd
ear, from 8 to 6 o'clock daily, at ble officer 602 Broddway.
Dr- Powell graduated in Dublin in 1833, and haa practiced
In thic city for twenty yearn Dr. Powell'epopular "Trea
tise on the Eye," can be procured at nle office. It may be
the means of preserving n treasure which money cannot
bur; alio, hie lelfactlns eye end sarjfouatalus, which ob
tained tbe medal at tbe Crystal Palnee; and tbe flaeet and
largeet oolleotion of human artitcinl eyee in the Union.
EXCURSIONS.
IjVCCURSION TO "THE FI8BINO BANKS ?STEAMER
12 LAURA Kb A PP. Cnpt. Anderson, will leave Frank
lin strict, North river, atTo'olock; Amos at 7V Sprios
street IK, Murray at 7\. Pick slip East river 8; Broom<
street 8X, Tenth street at b)4 o'clock, pier 3 North river
9 o'clock a. M.
EXCURSIONS TO THE FISHING BANKS DAILY,
dkeept Saturday. Fare 26 cents each way. I ho sea
steamer BUFFALO, Cnpt. A. Smith, will leave Amos street
Car at 7)4 o'clock; Spring street, nt 7)4; Peck slip, nt 8;
roome street at big pier No. 3North nrer at 9 A M;re
tnrring by 6 P.M. Fishing tacklcaad refreshments pro
Tided en board.
Sun Bay excursions to *he head of tuf.
? Sound, landing nt Strattoupert, New Roahelle, Glen
Ceve, Olen Wood, (Roelyn ) Fere to Strnttonport IJK
cente: to New Reekelle. 26 cents; te Glen Cove. 16 cents; I >
Glen Wood, 26 cents Strnttoaport passenger# disembark
cd at tke nsw landing. Tbe itenmer UEOKUE LAW. Cnpt.
A. I. Sbnw, will, during the season, make an eteareion to
the above places every Sunday; leaving Spring street,
North river, et 8M A. M ;'pler No. 3 North rlrer, et 8)4.
Fulton Merket, East rlrer, at 8)4; Deleaey street, at v.
Tenth street, at 9)4. Teeaty eistn street, at9)? Return
ing. will reach the city et about 6 o'clock, and land passen
gers nt Twenty sixth street ned nt Fnlten Market.
FURNITURE.
Enamelled cottage furniture-matbbws a
STACT, Aid and 616 Broadway, received Arst elaas
medals from the Cryetal Palace and American Institute
for the beet suites oi enamelled chamber furniture, and in
vite tke pablie to examine tbeir extaeslre stock, suites
with heir mettressis, straw paliaeme, pillows and b'liters,
fremSdff.
EjTURMITURB I FURNITURE-AT THE SPLENDID
a. wnmreoms, No. 7?7 Broadway, a very large and splen
did assortment sf enbinst furniture of the best qualltr, for
elty and country trade, consisting of rosewooo, una, walnnt,
niauognwp libraries, wardrobes, secretary, bookcases, etc
teres, purler furniture In eaita, severed in Freeob setin.
reentelle or velvet; bedsteads. dreeeieg baraaae. wash
stands, marbletop centre, pier, aadfeaoy iron tables, cribs,
hatstmade, sewing ehnlrs. rocking cbal-s, corner eUgsres,
iron bee steed a. patent reeking eradiee end ethers: slegaet
kail stands, rosewood, walnut, oak and mahogany; oak,
walnut, end mahogany extension dining tables, dteiagroour
chairs to match, bore, hair mattreeeae, and all ether kinds'
piiliasees, feathers, and bother beds, bolsters pillows A1
?o e general aasertmeat of bunaehold furniture, well worthy
gif atrention. A B. EoKINNEY, 797 Hnadwey.
EXTRAPAY.
US N ATT EXTRA PAY OFFICE?8 41 LORE WHO.
, Net* cms 18d8 ear 1863, iu the I'neiSe Ooeaa, ear red in
tbe Ceionbar. Cyans, Brie Ohio, Dale. Shark, Milief. Vaa
delis. ipilepeltdears, Levant. Congress Dolphin. Ewlns,
Preble, bnpply. Warren, Br uthempt-.e, Mneeaehnsetts. I.?x
instr-n. hi Marys Pt-rtsmonth. 81 Lewreae* Viaeeonee,
ft in cute Ma toenail L'snatituib-a, Fredonia, their wide see
.?r l-.irs, Will be paid this rx'rn ptr
EDW/.RP bissci.l Asset.
H-i C-h'S) . illCf V f> Na'.y, .7 M Alt.sMe-unt, i
SPECIAL NOTICES.
v?V^XnJoo*iiED~MrnNu will be held on
A Monday, ?lh in'tant, at 8 P at tho Stuyveaxnt
Institute to adopt fn ther measures for the pur-hat# of
Dr Abbott'# Collection of Egvptlan imi'inltlea for thil
?uj. J. W. FRANCIS, President.
COOPER HOUSE SALOON OPENED THIS DAY. AT
234 Broadway, craer of Anthony afreet, by J A. Wnl
nut. (formerly off " Live aad Lot Live," 214 Broadway.)
Mr. Walant tnforma Lia frieada and tho puMti that bo baa
opened the abort aaloon, and will bo bappy to boo hla old
natrons. Every delicacy of tba toaion ? u hand at tbo moat
roaaonablo pvlceo. J. A. W ALNUT, 334 llrondwny, oomer
of Anthony otroot.
Daguerreotypes -the daouerrean rooms,
formerly oooapied by Dobyaa, Riehardeon A Co., JU3
Broadway, corner of Duane afreet, are roopo od and ready
for the reception of
EDGE WORTH CO ?THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
stockholders of the It Jr worth Company will be btU in
the office of the Treaearor, No 4 Tnoradlke'a bolldlng.
State etreat, Hpiton.on Tueaday. 6th Jaaa oaxt.at 11 o clock,
A.M. JAME8 C. DUNN, Seoretnry.
MALDEN ITIGHLANDSCO.?THE ANNUAL MEETING
of tbo atoekholdore of tho Maldon Highland Company
wiU bo bold at the Edgeworth Company's office, Boetoa,
Mass. on the 6th of June next, at 12 o'olock M.
Ray 16, 1864. T. RUSSELL J EN CMS, CUrk.
F_ REe"EXCURSION TICKETS ON TUESDAY, MAY
SOth. to Olinrllle, Harlem Railroad, to attend the eale
of tho handeome reaerred lota, oan be had at 344 Broomt
etreet, corner of Bowory. eeoond Boor, aad at 97 Kooeoralt
?trecl, from 9 A. M. until 8 la the evening
10. OF O. F ? THE MEMBERS OF JEFFERSON
. Lodge No 46 aio reepoctfnlly Invited to attend the fu.
neral of our deeoaeed brother, T. P O., Geo. VY. (Illicit, on
Sunday aftarnoon, at 2 o'clock, from
172 Kait Twenty-iixth etreet. WM. ROltSON, N. O.
Fhkuk. C. Black, Secretary.
MASONIC~NOTICE -THE MEMBERS OF UNITED
Stalca Lodge No. ??7, are hlreby aummvned to attond
an emergent meeting of tho Lodge, to bo bold la tboir room,
corner grand and Centre atrocta, on Sunday, the 28th mat.,
at one o'clock, P. B. By order of
WM H THOMPSON, W. M.
J. Milton Watbbhoi>?b, Secretary.
Masonic notice.-the mev bkrs of excelsior
Lodge, No ll'S of F. and A. Maaoua, are hereby sum
moned to attond tho neat regular meeting, on Tnoaday,"
May SO, an bnaineaa of Importance will bo brought before
tbvm. By order. GEO. C. WEBSTER, W. M.
M. C. Skith, Secretary- -
Notice.?all persons having claims
againat tho late flrma of Jlmmeraon A Boer* or Jlmmer
aon A lluated, will pl?ai* proaont them Immediately, at the
office of tbo Dry Dock, Grand etreet, Ac., Stage Company,
corner of Tenth atreet aad avenue C. .... ?Q?Kr
Now York, May 25, 1864. R. J. JIMMEKSON^
Notice.?the owner or consignee or a bull
and two eowa, Importod in the ateamer Franklin,
from Havre. will pleaao make bimielf tnown at the office
of tho sompany ,53 Broadway, aathoy have beau sthbled at
bl. ????"???*lIVINOBTQN, Agent.
OMNIBUS FARE R1DUCED TO THREE CENTS -
From the ttvat day of June neat the far# from Faltun
ferry through South etreet. Peck allp, Poarl, and Chatham
?treats, Bowory and Third avenuea to Forty aeouad atreet,
in tbo inbacilber'a Ball's Head Line of omniboaoa, will be
reduced to threo cents; faro beyond corner of Forty aooond
aad Third avonno, 6>? oanta. r?'
OFFICE OF COMMISSIONERS OF EMIGRATION.
Mow York. May 26. 18f4.-Soalod proposals for aupphea
of beef, mutton, Ac., for tho uao of the Marioo Uoipital.
Statan laland, aid tho Emigrant Refuge and Hospital
W ard'a laland will bo received at tha office of the Cuminia
tinner* of Emigration, No. 105 Franklin ?treet, until tho
day of Jnne neat. A acbedule aettiig forth the charaottr
and unality of tbe meat required, and the utinnerof do
lively, mey be aeen at the office a* aboye. The propoaela
to be adlreaaed to tbo oommlttee, and to be endoraed 'Pro
poaali for Meat." __ .
GEO. W. BLUNT, )
CllnS 11. MARSHALL, / Committee.
JOHN A. KENNEDY, )
SPECIAL NOTICE.-MESSRS. PALMER A DWIGHT,
of 172 Broadway, having thla day made an aaaignment
to a e for the benefit of thalr oroditora. nil penona having
claim* againat tho 8rm will plena# hand in their aooount*
immediately; alao. all per?on? indebted to the firm will
make payment* only to the nnderaigned.
TUuMAS MORTON, Aaaignce, 172 Broadway.
NewJTork, May 19.1854;
Special notice,-the members of Brooklyn
City Lodge No. 6 A. P. A., areraqutated to meet at their
lodge room No. 162 Fulton ktreet. Brooklyn, this day, (Sun
day.) atffialf paat 12 o'clock preclaaly, to attend thefnneral
of tanlr late brother, Hugh MeCollum. The order In rone
ral are reapectfully invited to attend. The wnalna will be
interred in Greenwood Cemetery.
TAX COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE, NEW YORK, MAI
11, 1854.?Notice to Tax Payers?The naiea.m?nt ralU
of tho several warda of tha city and eounty of New York
will be open for examination and review from Saturday
the 20th day of May, an til Monday, tho 26th day of Jaaa,
inelueiva. All tax payers dealroma of examining or correct
ing tha naeciement rofla are requested to make appUoatipa
to the nnderaigned at their office, No. 32 Chamber* atreet,
basement of the new Court houee, between the hour* of 9 A.
M. and 4 P. M. J. W. ALLEN, 1 ? , . ,
GEO. H. PURSER, >TaxCommission'*
WM. J. PECK. S
THE PUBLIC ARE RESPECTFULLY INVITED
to aea tha new gaa cooking arrangement* at the Com
pany's rooms, 358 Broadway, over J. t. Ham's earring* re
pository. Roome open during tha day and evening, from 8
A M. until 9M P. M., avery evanlng during tha week, ex
cept Tbnreday, Jane lit. ^
WATCHES, JEWELRY, 4C.
rUiOPKR DUPLEX WATCHES, IN HUNTING 1
\J $165 to $180, warranted perfect timekeeper*. G.
LIN, 11 Wall atreet, neat Broadway, eecoad floor.
Gold lepink watchei for ladies, from $?
*$W, warranted. by Q C. ALIEN, 11 *nll .traet,
near Broadway, eecond floor.
Gold leaf and dentists- gold foil.-dbj
tista' fell, $25 per ounce; uanal deep gold, $6 per paok
ue-. extra deep ia proportion. Cash, Imnkabl* money. At
iklln atreet. _
J. L. WAUOH.
VA lists mil, nj i-vi ???', -? -? -"v ?v-'ri
age; extra deep ia proportion. Caah, bankabl
tbo Premium Gold Leaf Factory, 112 Franklin
' ?1
Gold vest chains -gold curb, rtow; gold
wove $10 to $28; gold Adolaide, $13 to $26; gold Jenny
1 iud ^13 to $45; gold ehaiad and plain, $15 to $35; gold
hexagon, $17 to $42; gold Warsaw, $10 to $26; g?l<j sin*ir*.
$111* $45; gold ongravod, $16 to $3<i; gold ehaeoa, $24 to $56;
gold frosted, $27 to $70. All other stylee at leu than nana!
price* osb. C. ALLEN. Importer, wholesale aad retail,
No. 11 Wall !tr**t, eeoond floor, near Broadway.
AGIC WATCHES. WHICH CHANGE INTO TUREfl
different welches for gentleman and laHea from $1A)
to $190 O. C. ALLEN, 11 Wall street, near Broadway,
eaoond floor. ' [
TXT"ATCHES. ? GOLD DETACHED LEVERS, FULL
Ml jewelled and warranted, suitable fer ladies and gen
tlernen, from $30 to $45. G. 0. ALLEN, 11 Wall (tract, near
Broadway, teeoad floor.
WA
rATCHZ9, JEWELRY" AMD GOLD PENS.?IMPOR
tant to purchasers oa Broadway.?Tha grant objeciion
to bay in* oa thia graak and ipleadld thoroughfare ia that
the pricea are uniformly higher thaa la other localities 'a
" ?" wda ? * * ?
the oiky, althoagh khe good* are kaowa ko be of khe Irak
quality. Wilmarth A Beaton hare oyereome tbla obekaele
at their new and apleadld itore, He. 843 Broadway, where
they offer aa txtoasiva a akoek of watohea aad jewelry aa
can be band in khe city, ak maaafaetnrer'a prieea, ik being
a branch of their estoaaive manufacturing baaiaeaa already
eakabliabed. Call before parehaaing altawhere, We aeU
Dae goods. We aell low. for we aaaafaetore. WTl
MARTH A BKM TOM, Mo. iiAdBroadway, between Leonard
aad Aakheay atreeta, oppotito the Taberaaele.
SPORTING, AC.
Regatta-best three ih five?the steam ?
tag Spring Chicken, Captain John Shakebaga, will aail
"mkngBgl- ' *
the eteam'tug ugly Mag, Captain hatch Pecker, for 9260
a tide, starting at the (had poles ia the North rirer, aronnd
Coney I aland aad baek. oa Saturday, May 27. If the weather
aboald prove bad the raee will come off the day before. N.
B.?Ferry boate will pleaae keep oat of the way.
BILLIARDS.
The best bilmard tables in the citv
WRAT, GILVART A OWENS 34 Uold atieet, invito
the attention of proprletora of billiard aaloona, hotola aad
{rivate manaiona, to tha above eatabliaha.eat, where they
rep on hard and make to order, billiard tablet of the moat
ih'proved atyle, beat material aad anperior workmanehlp,
at 73 per ecat cheaper than any other eatabliahmeat la the
Baited Status.
MI8CELL AffEOB 8.
B
EAR SKIN CATS WANTED IMMEDIATELY.?Ai'
ply to U. MURRAY, 143 Grand itreet.
Board -a lady and gentleman can obtain
a bandaomely faraiaheu front room (with fall board for
khe lady only.) in a honaa pleaaaatly located, containing
jae, bath. Ac , by addreeaing Lucia, Union aquara Coat
'fflce Payment of board teqaired weekly, in advance.
CURE OF COKN8-BY MADAME BERHARD, NO. 1?7
Bowery, eaat aide, between Broome and Delaneey atreeta.
M.dame B. reapectfolly lnforma the public that she haa re
doted ber price, 1a order to enable every oac to be free from
pain, end roale ooafldcat ia promialag that abc will remove
corns, buniona, sail* grows In tbofleab, Ao , without causing
tha lsast pain or inconvenlenoe. Persona can he attended
to at horns, or at Madams B.'a residence, from 2 until 8
o'clock, P. M.
Desks, desks, disks.?double and sinoli
courting bense desks, from 3 to B feat, offlot daaka, ol
every variety, from $3 to 9100; offlce chair, and stoolt frnni
3s. to 916; plpeoa bole cooes, from 8_to 60 bolts; offlee tablet
tr< m 3 to 111 feat, at tha offlee furnltura atora, 36 Ann
atract. Deaka for banks and office! mada to order.
Damaged hoow ikon.?1,000 bundles hoop
iron, partially damaged, V to \\ inub. per Under
writer; 400 bundles trunk hoops ny tamo votsel, also dam
sffed, for tsls In lsts to salt, by DaVKNPORT A SLIPPER
No. 2 Broadway.
Guano for sale?in lots to suit purcha
chasers, by tbs subscriber, R. W. CAMKitON. 116 W^l
itreet, near Brooklyn ferry,
Mowing machines.-ketchum s improvid
mowing machines together with a general assortment
of agricultural Implements, guano, bene duet, super pboa
shsie of lime, poudrette, Ac., fer sale by JOHN Mo6rR
1V3 Front street.
Medals four has lyon now
Englaud cent him ens yen know,
Belgium soother;
Then be had, beyond die rate.
One from oar Iaetitute?
The Crystal Palac*, too, "ennidento,"
Twinned It with a brother.
Thus the Magnetic Powder and Pills, for the deetruotien
of taoeeto aad vermin, have gained for the Inventor fonr
national prises. Lepots 424 Broadway, New York, end S3
Deck street Philadelphia. Price-retail, 26 cento per Bask
or hex; wboleeale ia properties.
JELLING OFF.-LADIES' BONNETS AND MANTIL.
lea -Tha rleh aad extensive stock of ladies' fashionable
mantilla# aad straw boaetsUtoly held by F. BENNETT A
Co., 381 Broadway. Is sow being sold iff by order of their
sielgase at taction prices; end no ledv eboeld negleet to
avail herself immediately of pile opportuaily of kaviag the
flrit eheiee In tbe Rneet ard meet carefully selected amort
ment of faahtoaable gooode offered la tha market.
OBOW CASES -SCHMITT A BROTHER. NO 16 NORT8
k} William, sear Chatham .tree* fflendTectare all kledi
of show eases. Orders are promptly executed; eld sbon
esses tabes Is eithings A greet varlet? ?f shew eaeea, ia
cludingellver listed aid German allver. alwayeoa b*r.d
801)A WATERTnD "bARSaPAUli LA, OF~Tlif ilKST
quality inpt.llea to d>al?r?at 711 ? ents per doiea. Com
miss on men m a .there would tie aell to cell at I A Merjer
etteet. rear buildiag.
The bkbt hair dye. - ball *rd's new and
cveaily improved Ir.iaM.ornu. d,eexoeta alt other
la di utility and neturaineee of eolor. Ilarberi hair drees
eve and all who vriab tl e mo-t comp etc end perfect bulr
dy??v?vw??Se i v.t 1 raidr* 'eaj. t n-e -?'* ".n I
Amy ask Mt? fcetigu* ff|t>uee. itjkve dud a?gvMway, *p tMuft ?
WATTS.
A SITUATION WANTED-BY AN AMEKIC AW TOUNO
womb. to take 0Kr* ?f ohildren and to da plain sowing.
11.. nu objvction to travel. * The twt of oily reference. Ap
ply at 1US Second atreet. In the millinery ttori. ^
YOUNG lady, fully competent to attend
a fnnoy atoio, if 4n*uo?? of a ?ltuatlo?; no objection
to Were the city IW.t of reference given. Addrooo
lievnld office.
MIDDLE AGED AMERICAN LnDY WISHES TO
obtBiB B .ItoBtlon b< housekeeper ia b mrlvnto fnmUyt
w) orO tbero Bra two or tbreo children preferred. 8h? ie
it BfAiniomed to housekeeping, and la confident of gir
Si ?uX?"o? Addre... foV tired.,., W W , UorBld
'"Jf
t thee.
A COMPBTKNT person as seamstress and to
tinevel with B l.dy or child ob hb. Th. highest city
...timonWl.tf?' fKM. apply Bt or ?d. r:? No. 7 Auuty
?trcet, for two dey? .
LADY WISHES EMPLOYMENT AS TEACHER IN A
piimary ached, immediately. Addrci. E. W ..Union
hquare Foot Ottoe. _ - |
. N ENGLISH PROTESTANT WOMAN W'S'1*S A
S. fessHK? aift?rcsassjKr?s
8 to 6 o'clock, f"r three ilny.. ?
ATTOKNEk'B AND CONVEYANCERS.?NOTICE?A 1
.trndy young hid, who hn. recently been admitted to ,
lie k?r oc.iro. to obtain oinployinont for B fow Tobit. in
L nu'rnoy'k or coureyn.ee> . oiAoo, in any part of the j
country. He i. willing to do nny work or Jru/d*r/,?0?;
neeted with tho practice of hi. profe.eion, and would be |
l.ii.fied with B .mull ..lBty. Thevery h i< h e T25 la i
uili'ucod, or reference, given u to character, habit...andin
Ullectnul Btt?iunie? I. Addre.i Adverti??r, B?ttlmoro, ,
Maryland. ...
A GENTLEMAN. WHO HAS LOST 1IIS Wl*8' !
wi.he. p.o procure . l.dy of kmiuble and jhoerful die
poritioi io uV. th, outlre'obargo of hi. little glil, three
jcar. of age. _Addfeea W. W., Po.t Office.
/tOACHMAN.-A SULFATION WANTED BY A RK
%2*ag?r&xr&*.gzst.%&&
Me, 19 Kelt ihirtiatFhirevt, for _
Female servants wanted, at the ;hri3tian
llomo of luetruc'.ioD, did Sixth aveuuo corner of ttilrty
math .tree-. Hoard, iudgmg, mod work prorii.d whuu out
of placo. Bagi. Wring fook ? oenU.
/ lOV.IKNESS ? A LADY, WHOSE EDUCATION HA8
Ct been received iu one of the tint female .cmioario. in
New England, i. declroo. of ob|ainiug a .ituBtlon n.govet
net* in n family. She would net eon.ider componention eo
ureal a requivito a. a comfortable and p ?n?Bnt home. Ad
dr. P. W. ll M., ill Thirieeuvh .Ireet, near Third avenue.
MFANTILIA UANDS WAHVED - GEORGE BRODIE,
61 Canal .treet, 1. In want of a number of Hr.l rate
man till, hand., to whom tho hlghe.t wage, will be paid.
Nursing.?a lady, havino lost her child
three week, old, wi.hen to get a ro.peetar e child to
curie, ller place I. airy and well ventilated: .he ii ??b,'ri
good tempered and hiud. and cauieiort" tho doctor who
attended her Plcaie adiro.. Mrs. UorrU, No. 3.1 We.t
Twenty .eventh .treet.
SITUATION WANTED?IN A WHOLESALE OR RE
tall grocery .tore, patent medicine or any other kind of
buiiue.., where a carelul Induetriou. man,1. wanted, aud
can make him iclf generally useful. Uo?d city reference
1 he u Ap pi yet did headway, A. L. Scovill A Co.'s office.
OERVANTS-TUK BEST SERVANTS IN THE CITY,
O a. cook., -WB.her. aud irorer., chambermaid., uur.c,
girl, fur homework and waitiog girl.; Uerniau and E'enoh
.rtrantf, German and French coachmen, farm?ra. garden
?r. walUre and mechanic., elwey. to be obtainod at
MOB Klb A COHNEKT'S c.tablUbmont, 3*7 Broadway,
corner Keade .treet, nnder the Irvleg Houao.
fTO YOUNG MEN -WANTED, LANDSMEN COOP
X ir?. earpentei., bikekamlth., cook, and .tewarda
Shir. ?ro now h'tiug for long and .hort yoyage. All
clothing fnrnubed. Apply only at the olflco o' .ho goneral
agent, t7 We.1 rtreel corner of Ced.r, up .tnlr., oppo.itn
pier No. 14 North river.
TO LAND OWNERS-REAL ESTATE IMPROVE
m.nti?An engineer and arohiWet or great experleuoo In
.utvcylng. laying out, grncing. draining, building. Ao .offera
bi. aervice. to improve all kindaof real 'WtBtotn tha moat
advaniagrou. tnant er. The very be.t references given.
Addre ? Land, Hrrtld office^ ..
"ITISITING GOVERNESS?A LADY, RtSIbING IN
V Brooklyn la cevironi of an engegeme" T1
teacher in a private fami y. Her oourac Ot inatrnctlonin
clude. the krecch end trgli.h b^in,?.b?,ir.i?1<*m^?7id
Erencb. pianoforte and idnging, If required. Plaaaa a?
Urraa K. J. T..S7 Uenr, atreel, firooklyB^
Wanted?by a competent person, a situa
tion a. nurae ; ahe la fully able to take ?hargo of an
infant from ita birth end 1. perreetly wIlUng to
?eir generally u.cful. Sne ean give tho boat of olty rofor
encef Apply at 139 Eeet Nineteenth itroot, botwoon Second
and Third avenue.
TIT ANTED A SMART AMERICAN GIRL TO WAIT ON
Inf the table through dix ner, at ROGERS'S dining saloomt
No 4 Fulton itr.at,
TlrANTED?A MAN, AS FOREMAN IN A
W water factory; one who haa boon In inch n bniilnoaa
Good wage, will be paid. Apply nt the Cottage in Thirty
?eventh .met, between BUth avenue and Broadway.
hl^ert Addrn.. J. ??. Harald .floe
.lr a vtwt) AT RICHMOND'S, 309 BROADWAY,
and etcady employment
ANTEdT A FIRST RATS COOK, IN A FIRST
clat. heuat. Addreae ben 7,978 Poet Ottoe.
ANTED?BY TWO RESPRCTABLR P ROTES T A NT
?iri. tituatioa. in private famllloa to do ehamber
^ , rlain .owing, or light houmwork; olty referonce.
if mnlrad. PWa.g call at 309 Toatb ar.nno, aeoond
floor, front room.
w
iw^A? Aif1yrate,l38MaVdo^gal'.trMt, next to Amity,
from 10 to 1 o^cfocfc'
TtriNTni A SITUATION. BY A RESPECTABLE
to go to the country
would have no objer
'lbirty cixth atreet,
fcr two daya
intry; e'.'n'gtU'f.ur year." recommendatlcn;
AKTED-A GIRL AS CHAMBERMAID AND WAIT
_ ,01it0 with * lady rttidlng a short dUtanoo in tho
from M. to 9 P. M.
YlfANTED?BY A YOUNG MARRIED man TROt|
W England, a aitaation aa farmer; ha. bean aoou.tom.d
to tha br Jading and feeding el Srel
?erintioB from hie youth; ean do all kinda of w
farm. UnaxoeptDnaU. reference given. Addreei
ttrma, A. B., Foat OAoe, Owego. Tjoga Co., N. Y.
Wanted-lix stout min, to turn tobacco
Mittinc machinal * alio* ill boyi to fllrip tobacco.
4 ppiy to iiSefL. ^h?tt, iff WaaklngLn H . Imm.dinUly.
TITANTID?A STEADY. FAITHFUL MAN, TO AT
VV Und n ktenm boiler; ke mn.t kayo good reeommen
d alios, from kU la.t ompioyor. lBqulr?.t th. offi >* >H^he
Clarendon Hotel, eoruer of Fonrtb ayeMe and EigutoeBin
?treet, niter three o'eleek.
INSTRUCTION.
A YOUNG LA1Y CAPABLE OF TEACHING ENO
li?h, Fr em oh, mad music, 1* desirous of a aitamiion mm
|OT?tm*H 1b b primate family. Address K 11. U., Hormld of
?c?. _
A CARD -THE SUBSCRIBER WILL RECEIVE NEW
pupils cslly 'hi* ?t?k, 'or private instruction la pen
manship and bookkeeping. Ladies'class meets daily, at 11
OL1YERTB. GOLDSMITH. MI Bros/way.
French language-professor d. laoroix,
2d) Broadway, continues to roooiTt bow papils for thor
ough instruction la tha Froaoh language, imparting to thorn
tbo ability to opoak It with flnoaoy and oorroetnass. Torino
in prirato claoa, $4 par moath. Apply baforo 10 o'olook A.
a., or aftor ? P. M.
French and oerman private lessons-mr.
B. TELLEKING formerly Rdfdrandalro i la Coat
Koyala, and profeaoor of language* at Parlo, Vienna. Lon
don, etc., favorably knowa la thia oity for a number of
yeara pant forhia excellent mode of teaching,'coatianea to
devote hla whole time to the private laitruotion ofladiia
and gentleman la tbo above laagnagta. For terms. etc ,
plena* apply at hla rooma, dHS Broadway, Wallack'a Theatre
buildings.
INSTRUCTIONS?THE ADVERTISER RRSPECTFUL
ly iiforma the pablie that ho iatonda to form elaaaoa for
taetrnotion In Freaeh aad German language!, and in An
cient and Modern Hiatory, Ao. For termi. Ac , apply to
S. X. BELMONT, 50 Vaadam etroet.
PORTUGUESE.?WANTED, BY A Y0UNO M IN, AN
opp rtnntty to learn tbo Portuguese language. Ad
dreri Oporto, Herald office.
Spanish language-classes are now being
formed; private instruetioaa alao given; traailatlonc
made with eorrectnoea and propriety. Application! should
bo made in mdSlatoly. Apply at 28# Broadway, room No.
45, up stairs.
The art of drawing from nature as taught
l.y Mr Wood, U3 Broadway, la as yat unparalleled for
rapidity, rase, aad bounty of effect It la thoroughly taught
in a short ano-ploaaaat course of stndy. Room far a few
more pupils Apply to-day.
HUMCAIs.
IfBTSL I ALAtl.?Tnl rKUGKAMME BAYS BANS'
FORD'S grand piano used nt the re opening, hnd not
> tuned slaee sealed up by the Jury laat full. The Heme
rnal says. If true, they should like one of the same kind.
I /NRT8TAL palace.-the programme says bass
tj 1 M
been I
Journal t?j.. " .raw, .U.J mvhii un one ui wv i.uit use.
We answer the piano la atiU at the Palaaa not yat tuaad.
Pnrchaaera aad the public are Invited to try it and a large
assortment of squares et the cam# kiad at wareroomm No.
(KM Broadway, soiling cheap for caah.
MM E. EDWARD BARTON, PROFESSOR OF THE GUI
tar aad aonoerttaa, begs to aaneaaae that ha continues
t* give Instruction at his redds*#*, ?04 Blath aveaa*. Mr.
Bartoa Imparts n sufficient knowledge of the guitar la sU
lessons to saablo nay one to nceompaay himself la voeal
mnaie.
Mr. otto mullbr. teacher or piano and
siaglag, 325 Broadway, gives leaaoaa at bis reeideace
aad (hoe* of ble pupils For fur.her information plaaao
apply nt hi* rusldeace before U o'clock A. M , or by (otter.
MUSIC' MUSIC! MUSIC!-THE IRISH riPSS
A person who performs on the above traly national
instrument, weald toko a el taction in a hotel, lie Is a per
son of good address, aad general hnslae-s habit*, aad can
keep account* and make himself generally aaeful. lie ean
bottle porter, ale, wince, Ac. Address X. V., Herald ofllc*
stntlag terms.
PIANOS!? ELT A MUNRER, MANUFACTURER*
| nsd osalers, beg Isnv* to oall the aiMotion *f puro'issers
to thitr esteimive assortment of pianofortes, oomiriting
all the dtffaieal styles of eases and warranted equal to any
lu the United Srntee fer durability and eon.euaently for
standing In taae, as also of power, breadth, and # wee tan-s
ef tone Sevead'hand pianos token la e*ch?n*e for new
'to Plaaoe also sold, payable by i?a-nlnienl<. t" salt pur
rbitern Naw and seeuns hand pianos to let b? lb# raoith
or qnnitir. Cash paid for second hand pi coos
t-Lr A HUNGER. .\o ill Brmdway.
TU O ORGAN STUDENTS ?MK. IV A. KINO Rff'H TO
sit' Slit that during the summer mciiths ho will dt
veto hie time to giving orgnn I at hie f.fideaee 174
Was* Twenty i.fth street, hotweea Seven'h and ?i**th
> ?*r ?!' t,'J th, eLtts ? .*? as L.'rm.n! suit
bio ior that ptryrss.
TM ARTS' RKOIRTBR.
AFPLSVDID BUSINESS ROOM TO LIT, IN TBI
St Chrl?>' biiMlnn. 347 Broadway, eor?ir of Lor nard
?trMt. Sit* ?5 by ?U loot?flr>t floor fronting Broadway,
sevi n large window*; aDo room* of *11 *i*?<,Tor ofloes or
otlcrwl e famished or unfurnished. Also room* for artiat*.
?Apply to A. C. LAWRENCE, oa tbo premises.
Broad* at property to lease. foe a term
of yoar*.?740 and 741 Broadway to lease, from 41m 1*4
of May, ISM Apply at 22 Waverley place, Srit floor.
+
Basement and offices to let-to let, un
d*r tbo Ioland City liauk, corner of Broadway and
Liberty atreet. AUo, a auit of uflicea.aao.oad floor, I'M
Broadway. Apply to J. PECARE, No. IBS Ureter eir**t.
(VOTTAGE TO LET, AND FURNITURE FOR SALE.?
J A rare cbaac* for a gentleman'! family.?A imall, noat
entlago, situated on the banka of tbo Hudson river, and
only aix milee trom the city to 1*'., and the fnrtilur* for
aale at a sacrifice. For further particuiara apply between
the boura of 10 A M. and 4 P. M , to
HAILEV A CO., 43South atreet.
House to let?a four story basement
bona* on Murray hill, between tbo Filth an1 Sixth ave
nue*. Uonae haa been o-cnpiod one year. Halls newly oil
elothed, wbieb van remain if deiired. Vent m adorate. Lo
cation eery deairable. Apply at 77 Ditlaiou atreet.
House and five acres on states island
to let. ? A pleaaant and convenient twu> itory cutffcge
and viable, excellent water and line IrWt on tho pre
mises; situated ?>n the manor road. within lifteen minutes
walk of Factory ville laudicg. 1*.'session immediately. II ,eta
frcni Liberty ?tre< t etghl times dally Aprly to JOHN U.
SPKAGUE. 117 Pearl street.
House to let or lease -on statk.n island,
adjoinug tbo ('litlou llouvv, a large and comniodioue
dwelling, with wa.ar ironta, and tbo advantages of eea
lathing, auilablr for a large fanil'y, or for a private biarJ
lug houae cr hotel, aa in addition to Ita ui.i-.iy a Wantages,
tt e rteauibuatx are oxpcctod 'o land there thU ail to met For
par t.culni a, o . apply to J D. 1*111 LLI PS 174 Water at.
Rooms and offices fv 11 ito \ d of a y at cheat
renta ? Punished rooms for aingle geottemen eUbo.
reparole or an en .ire ruit with gaa, do . alao, ro -ma and
olUcea for business purpooea romo at (60 a year; alao, a da
gutrreofyi e gallery all io Broadway, near the St Nicbo
la a. Apply at Wi flroadw* y.
OA LOON iO LET?RENT (?00-TItK UPPER FRONT
0 salocn, with rooma and kitoben adjoiulug, of honae, 771
Broadway cortertl Ninth atreet. For perticulart apply
to L. LEKOY, Apothecary, coruer of N intb atreet
fill) LET-THE TWO THREE STORY aND 11ASEBF.N1 '
1 biick bou?ee No. 54* and '>2 bretihlin atreel, with leroton
water and bath. suitable for liu>lues* purposes or buardlhg
biases holng only a few duora ca-t or Broadway. Will be
let elegit! or ti geibor, at a low rate to a good temant. Ib
inlro at bt Broadway, np etaire.
TO LET-NEAT, PLEASANT COTTaCE ON FORTY
third atreet, oonriatlng of eight rooms, line yard, Croton
water, and near Slatb avenue railroad. it ill be let to one
family lor per aauuct, if applied lor immediately Pus
eoa.iot given I m mediately. loWI.ER A FKANKLVN, 71
Thirty-HIth atreet, near Broadway.
TO LET?A HANDSOME COU"TRY SEAT. NEAR
Fort Ham lton, tftj milea from Now York, with furni
tur*. line garden, stables. ice house (111 ed.) stock, de.
Communication with the city by atage aud steamboat. Ap
ply to l:. Vt kite, on the premises, or to llomer Morgan, No.
3 Pino street.
TO LET?111E STORE NO MMCANAL STREET. NORTH
aide, with or without the bnaemont; n'ao the upper
stories of .MIA Broadway. The alterations now being rnado
can be varied to auit tue tenant, on oarly npplioation Tbo
second story la vety deairable for business purposes, nad lo
cation the very i eat. Inquire at 14J Mulberry street.
I'O LET?THE FRONT OFFICE IN TUE BUILDING
12 Gold atreet. Inquire a*above, of
JOSEPH HAGER.
rl LET?AT FORT LEE. ONE HALF OF A HOUSE,
consisting of basement, parlor, large room over tbe par
lor, elothra room, and two bedrooms, within one hundred
yards of tbe landing. Inquire at .Mr. Page's hotel, corner
af Spring aid H eat streets, or Mr. A. Aanett, on the pro
misee.
TO LET-STORE NO. 314 HUDSON STREET. BE
tween Spring and Vandvm, and fixtures for sale. A
good location for hoots and thoea, or any other kind of busi
tess. Apply to S. II. WALLER, 16 Park place
TO LET-TI1E SPACIOUS CORNER STOKE NO. 304
Broadway; 1 segment and counter basement each floor he
ingabout twenty-flee feet front by lOOfeot deep. Also anum
bcrof large rooms In tbe upper part of th* building. Dnane
atreet ia to be widened twenty flee feet on the north sido np
to Broadway, which will make the building tho moat prom
inent corner in the eity. Apply to E. BLOOMER, No. 2UB
Broadway.
TO LET-TWO GOOD, LIGHT, BASEMENTS, AND
good, light rooms, on th* first, second, and third floori
in the Hoee Hill Steam Works, East Twenty eighth street.
Bear Third avenue. Apply to JOHN C. BLISS, builder 122
East Twenty eighth street, near Third arenas.
TO LET?A SMALL COTTAGE. PARTLY FURNISHED,
on tbe Undion river, adjoining the manslt n bouse.
JOHfihON P. LEE, 157 Broadway.
TO LET-AN OFFICE FOR A PHYSICIAN; ALSO,
furnished rooms to gentlemen, inquire at 535 Hous
ton street, between Croeby street and Wesley place.
TO LET-THE SECOND AND THIRD FLOORS OF A
new three btory brick houao, near th* corner of Broad
wary and BUty fourth street Stages pass tbe door. Kent
91W. Apply to M. Ucrdman, houao ugant, 142 Mulberry *t.
TO LET-TO TWO SINGLE GENTLEMEN, OR A GEN
tlvman and lady, a handsome furnished front parlor on
second floor, and two btdrooms adjoining, with gaa, and
board, for (12 per weok. in advano* as high up town aa
Twenty-third atreet. Bath rooms in th* hunse. Address
House, Heiald ollioo.
t*0 LET?TnE DWELLING BOUSE. NO. 162 WEST
1 Twenty first atieet, between tbe Seventh nnd Eighth
avrnuia. It is of brick, three Hurler, with high lavement
and finished with matblt maatela bath, Crotnu water
xud gxs. Inquire of Dr. GLOVER, No. 4 Ann itrect oral
the haw. '
TO 1 ET-A NEAT TWO STORY BRICK HOUSE, IN A
genteel neighborhood. Ileal (475 to a gyod tenant
Apply at 47 Dominick street.
TO LET, IN BROADM AV. Ufl.OW CA'fAL STREET?
Three tpleadid show rooms, with front, centra aud roai
li. ht, water.;dc. Would let for light manufactariug pur
poses, otBoes, Ac To good tonnntv. cheap Apply to
GHOVER, BxKElt A CO., 405 Broadway, upstair*.
TOKF.NT-TI1E NEW FOUR STORY AND BASEMF.NT
brick houae No. 243 Wtet Thirty first strict, between
Eighth and Ninth avenues. Alao will be Cosed at a bar
VMu, the three story and basement house No. 129 We<t
orly fifth atreet. netr Broadway. Apply immediately to
K. G PIERCE, Pin* street, corner of Broadway.
TO LEASE?FOR A COAL YARD BREWiRY. OR ANY
other purpose, un southeast corner of Broadway and
Thirty ninth atrott, being one hundred foot front by one
hundred nad thirty feet deep. Apply immediately to It G.
PIERCE, corner of Plan street nnd Broadway, under Me
tropolitaa Bank.
Toliase?for a Manufactory, workshop, or
other parpiees, on Fortieth street, one hundred feet cast
of Sixth avenue, a building 25 feet by 70,with two fall stories.
Apply immediately to K G. PlEKt E eornar of Pine atreet
ana Broadway, under Metropolitan Bank.
TWO LOT* ON THIRTY SECOND STREET, NEAR
Broadway, to lease lor ton yonra, without any re
strictions; an excellent position for t itenalve stnbloa coal
yard, greenhouse or factory?an nnnsuall^ favorable lease
A small building ia now on the premises. E B. Kl.v
b HIRER. 31V Fourth avenue, near Twenty,fourth straet.
TO LABORERS ANB MECHANI 8.--A FEW LOTS TO
lease at (50, oa Fortieth street, between Filth aud
Sixth nvento*. Apply at LATHAM'S oarpenter shop, on
Thirty ninth atreet, or of R. G. PIER JS, eoruer ol Pins
street and Broadway.
TO PB VSICIANS, DENTISTS OR PERSONS DES1R
ing th* comfurta of home?Two large parlors on the first
floor, having nil the modern Improvements, w.tb privilege
ol coeklng, or ns* of a good servant Family private. No
boarders taken. Alto, two Inraiehed bedrooms. Kent in
aovnnc*. Reference required. Apply at No. 96 E'ourtb
avenue, opposite Eleventh street, for one week.
FINANCIAL.
4>CA AAA TO LOAN?ON DIAMONDS, WATCHES,
?r*JU.Uvl/ Jewelry. Ac., or bought for cash Oood oily
?tcetr, no tee, honde ill mortgagee, billl of exchange, Ac.,
negotiated. Builnera confidential, and promptl/ executed,
at 102 Naeeau atrpet, room No. 1 THOMPSON A CO.,
broken and comuiietion merchant!
MONEY?AT 2KB BROADWAY, CASH ADVANCED ON
watchee, diamonde, etlver ware, Jewelry, alike, olothe,
mercbandiee and relnablee of all kiade, or bought for ca?h.
lluiiaeoe. confidential- The higheet prioee paid la oaeb, at
28b Broadway, np etalre, from 8 to 6 o'oloek F. M.
M
ONEY -CASH ADVANCES MADE ON DIAMOFD?
watcbee. Jewelry, eilrerware, valuable*, aad pereoaa.
proporty gtaerally, er boogbt for oaeb. R. WOOD, AM Vol
ton etreet eocoad floor, front room, from B to S F. E. Splen
did oil paintlnge for ealo cheap.
ONEY LOANED-CASH ADVANCED IN ANY
amonat on meiebandlee, watohee. diamonde, dtocke
of ali
M
nutee, or valuable collateral eecnritiee. property of all
kindi purcbaeed at eight, at the old and reeponeible Pa
eific l.oan Ofhce, ovor the Paethe Bank, ooraer of Broad
way and Uraad etreet Terme confidential, cafe aad liberal.
EWING MACHINE AGENCY?SASH ADVANCES ON
ell klnde left for .ale or exchange, by UROVER lit
KER A CO., agent*. A lot oftbeir new machinec at half
price, at etore dSl Broadway.
WANTED-ON MORTGAGE, ON BROOKLYN PRO
perty, about RIB,COO, in enme of Kl.BUOoacb, oa ten
honeee and lsti. Ibey ate flnlebod aad rnaiod, nnd worth
u-ore tbnn double the earn wanted oa tbem. Apply to
WARD MoLBAN, No. 9 Trinity Building.
s
LOST AMD FOUND.
Found-on vriday "lTst, in hroadway. a
portmoanaio, containing n email earn of m .eer aad
?ime paper*. Tha owner eaa have the eame by calling at
.823 Broadway, provlag property, end payiag for tbie laeer
tioa. ^
LOST-ON SATURDAY MOHT, A LARGE BLACK
croee of ebony: without the pleialeo, oa Snaday, In
'iweaty atath etroet, a blace moeok pia The reepvotivo
tadere will be eaitsbly rewarded oa loaviag tham at 30 Eaet
Twenty atath etreet. near Madieon avenee.
*AI.SC? aT ALt-TION.
* UCTio n roi ice- 1 he lea? k oooilwill. and
A. flxtnreeofneaiooei.-z. NEWSlL A CO will eell oa
Tbnreday Jane I, at It e'tloek. at So ft Waet Broadway,
aaleee pnvloaely dl.poeod of at prWate aale th* eatlro fix ?
tone A*,. of tho above oatabllxbmoat, the whole eel-Jen to
o wu rtgage of I4C0- The fixtpree are Dearly new. nadcoet
fl COO for pertleelare apply to Z. NE AKLL A CO., aue
Keaeor, T? Naeeaa etreet.
AU( TION SALE.?SAML OSGO.vD, AUCTIONEER
Stored* Nteeau etreet. near Maiden lane, will arD l>y
auction. on tbepremleee. oa Moainy morning May at 10
o'cioek, a frame building oa Twenty-flftti etreet. north eldu.
tetween fourth and l.eilngtoo nveanee. Term*canb, and
the building to be removed iuiuediatvly.
AUCTION EXTRAORDINARY.?MESSRS LEEDS A
CO. vtll evil by nnetioa on Toe.d.y next, tiny .11),
He. choice engraving. Jn-t Imp >rted from Eaglen.l end
freer., mine in rich weeelve gold frauMt, and ue with
net Ihta t? nrare chanee lor conaol.eenre. Sale at II
o'clock at lb Neeeau itieet.
/"HARMS L. TI C KER, AUCTIONEER-BALE Of
\j ?,-dan-Id home bete lurtltore, plane car .eta. atirr.re,
heir aatlreeeee, iLier aad cMan war* Ao , t.i wjiot we
rail il.a ep<. la 1 at'eatl- a ?f ladle.. Y'e aha I, at the
lime er d elaee, oiler e Urge ??.-itnieut of leeel, em' r >1 le
flee, aniline, Ao., f<l"? 'he .look >.f a B-oe-t-eav importer
deenaiag bntineee II11.1.1 <0 A IUCKkK will eell oa
Tuecday. PayVfi at ll'J< o'eli ck, at N< tS Waiker .trot, a
fete deorefr-.m Broadway, a 'erg* aaooftraoat of tb? ?V-v i
fjtfi ltdlci, retv.l.tt tho tatiilledii, mi T?aa. i
L'Ttllmlmi Pa/tlealari < a meraing ofeal*.
?AJLK8 AT AVCTHM,
eellir frame cottase. bo" It'ln the Italian^vla^aeihitaa'
tar*, oo d tw.lTa lot. of land. ? bi 100 Yunatid
Ot Now Brighton. B. I , ?v. Tolk L?
boat landing. Tbs house is wtll hnlsbed, sad coutalaYYn
tbs ffr.t ffeor, parlor, dining room, TMtibnU. pootrr, large
Jiall, with handsome plains on front end; seeuad floor
HIrui urugwuuin, uAvmmxug rvi'iu, < aiil-oom, linen DrUBA,
closet, Ac ; attic, tbree bedrooms, closet, and lumber ro m;
crMar, kitchen warhroom, ierTac'? bedroom, ?tor? ro >m
pantrj dotal, largo area, Ac The house it beautifully
? ituatcd on an elevation of dftvfeet. between Kirn and
?ocpnd alreett, fronting; on the Kills, and oommanding a
splendid prospect of thu New Vork bay, ftretol ing far up the
Hudson liver, with the surrounding country. In fact there
cnn be no mote desirable place for a gentleman'* suburbia
reitidenre The numerou* attractions and costly dwellings
I w hich duster around attest the desirableness of the Iocs
| tion. The communication with New Vork city by boat is
a'waiiA pl?Meant trip, at the same annual cost as too city
I mil car* and shout the same space of time. Also, twenty
| two deriraMe lots adjoining. by ltM) feet eaoh. Parties
desirous af retina the property onn take the boat froin the
foot of Liberty str-et New York, at 8*4, AW, and 11 A. ?!.,
and 7 P. M heave New Urightoa 7}? fi%. 9%.
ana ] 1 20 A M. 1 20, *J}? 4^ and fi 20 P. M. Free steamboat
tickets will he furuiebt d on morning of r-a!e. Terme?Ten
for cent, aud ar etiunier's foe on day of sale, Id per cent in
liirty days, when full warrantee deeds (oontaining the
usual nuisance clan**) will he delivered, aud 7d per cent
niav reoisii c n bond and mortgage for ?hree year*. at 7 per
cent, bliould it pterin on Tuesday, the sale will not t*k<>
place until Friday following Jun-j 2 at *ame lour and
pls? e. to ? further parti uWrs apply to a Lb t RT H. N1CO
LaY, > 0. 4 Broad street, New York.
DS. UOIC.II, AUCTIONEER.?AUCTION NOTICE ?
. Iiuuit na? anil unreserved sale at tha City Assembly
bourns. No. 140 Iroadway, aoar Grand street W.iIbh
j ' ???? i *ay, near Grand .treat, on Wednes
?':ar"?*y M?y 81 and June 1, of B1UO.OOO
w orth of rich cabinet furniture rich French porcelain deuo
ration.; papier macho go<<<la magnificent Wilton, Aubua
s< u, v, Jvet and la paltry carpet.-i.d ruga; elegant bronse
tlott. figure* and candelabra*; rteh inaute , pier and ovnl
JIM llamas; superb and acstly pianofortes, by tha moat
Celebrated makers. such aa (bickering, Nunni, Oilbort,
* * . iai8r* "thtrn; wild silver tea aata servers.
Ac.. Plated do . Sheffield cutlery; flno cot glassware, Ac ,
together with a large catalogue of housekoeuiu* nrticlea.
. , , . - ? ?1 housekoupiug nrticlea!
both u.i ful and oruaniontal, hat tuu numerous to mention
Tbo above sal. will take place aa s-und above and without
regard to weathtr and will be positive The furniture will
ta guaranteed ne good us can bu purchased in the oily, being
made by our beat Broadway manufacturers, aud all the
other goods Icing of lie flrrt quality will he (ally war
ranted. Tonne of rale, caah fur all anma under fIK), over
that luni^-a-iefactory indorsed paper at four months will b*
taken. Tbe anle will bo the large.t arer made lu the city
before, and will be well worth the attention of honsekeepeis
aud others dee'rtas to pure!.a." flue good, at a low price.
The rculua will be ready lur exhibition on Tueedny neat, day
and ovenltg D. S. IloUUH, Auctioneer, private inlet
70 Beekman rtreet
room No
""ll- * - "?? of rone wood
und mahogany furniture, warble tup pier and centre tables,
pier glance, Wilton. Brunei* and ingrnii
train onrpeta; dining
tablet, . rockery silverware, linen and bedroom (urnltnre,
cousiuing of I edited., beda and bedding, bureana, wnah
rlnnde, wardrobca, and bitcben furniture oonaiitiag of cop
per and i'on pane and bollerr, oilcloths, tables, Ac., Ac.,
with which tbe sale will oommonce. By order of tba as
signee. C'ntalognea ready on morning of anle.
Henry h. leeps a co, auctioneerr-wx rr
spectfully notify our friends and the pnblte generally.
that we bnve removed our ealesroome from No. 6 Wall
Itreet. to the spnoioue store 1!) Naeann, between Pine and
Cedar streets, where we have much more extensive aooom
?todatlona for our regular rales than heretofore, and shall,
ar utnal, devote onrtelver to tha aale of works of art, furni
ture. fancy goods, bi rtea and ourrlages, As. la addition to
thoae facilities, we have fitted up a picture gallery "onwards
of eighty by twenty-six feet with a light every way adapted
to tbe disposal of pictures and other works of art, both at
public and private sals. For paiticuiara of sales refer to
our general auction advertisements.
HENRY H LEEDS A CO 19 Nassau,
between Cedar aud l'ina (treats.
HENRY n LEEDS, AUCTIO s'EER?GREAT 8 ALE OF
original drawiugs and etchings.?H. H. Leeds A Co.
will sail, on Thuriday and Friday. Juno 1 and 2, at 11
o'elock aaeh day, at their new gal'ery, 19 Nassau street,
between Pins sad Cedar, tbe entire collection of original
drawings and etchings, contained la sevsn large portfolios,
numhating about six hnnd. od lots, ,just arrived jrom Hol
land, a eouutry pre eminently dirtfugulshed in Kurona for
Its collections of original drawtnga, and where tbey formed
part of a collection of a Dutch nobleman at the Hague,
Utely deceased, eailrictng spclmcna of tbe most cele
brated old and moden muste.s, of the various eehoola.
1 heir identity and originality are undoubted, having form
" ?- * lollecliuoa f " "
ed parts of known colloetiuoe from periods coeval with tbo
masters ibamtelves. Tbcir rarity is such that it warranto
tb<m In saying tbst it is ti c best collection ever offered for
?ale at auction io tbe United Statee. Consequently, the pre
sent offers to eollectors and an.ateurs an opportunity to
inric'i their galleries and cabinets that may ntvsr occur
again. Cnn be seen, with catalogues, on Mondny and ap to
lay of sale.
Henry b. leeps. auctioneer ?by h. n. leeds
.? Co.? Monday, Mas 29th. at l('t( o'clock at theater#.
No I'J Nassau street.- Signer G. H. Pandolflni'a first regu
lar sale ot maible and alabaster statuary, fancy goods, Ac.,
this scaton?conslitiag ul uinrble, Roman, Ureetaa, Etrus
can, llnrdiglio Hehe, Acute, Medici, Egyptian and other
vases. Roman tanas ana urrs, card receivers jewel Bask
ets, candlesticks, paper weights, Ac Also, splendid mar
ble statues, representing Venus at the bath. Pityeho, Cupid
with nest Ac. Alabaster?A largo invoice of magnificent
alav a-tcr siatucttes, just rercved from Italy, comprising
"" " * ? -* " ' "|p over
the Magdalen, the most superb piece of workmanship ever
ofiered for sale in this corn,try. S'lobe and child. Cleopatra,
Venus at the batb, Apollo Belvidere, and others squally
line. I'a-iat gsods?A large invoice of Parian statuettes,
comprising the following subjects, Venus at las bath, Mag
dalen. Woodcutters tbs Four Seasons. Penes and War,
Despair, Agriculture, Commerce Ae Silver plated ware?
hupetb heavily plated castors, liquor stands, salt cellars,
ic est racks, cake baskets, sugar bowls. Ht-bly engraved lea
sets and cups: about 1.10 doten table and deaeert knives,
forks aud spoons and tea spooas of every fashionable sixs
aud i altera, being tbe balance of tbe stook of a eelebrmed
importer about declining huslnees. and the beet of silver
plate on German eilver Paper ntarhie goods?vVorktables,
ii.l ild with pearl, cbalrs. purt/olios. Ao All goods to be
scut from the eity will be packed la tho best manner, and
st a small expense, by Klgnur Pundoltlnl.
JJENBY H LEEDS, AUCTIONEER-BY H. H
__ 1 eeda A Co.. donday, May 29, at 12 o'slock, in front
of the store No. 19 Nssvau street, a hay horse, fifteen kind*
high, a fino stddlr b< rse, eight years old, warranted soand
and kind in evtry particular. Also, a baggy aad harass*
in flrat-rite order.
JAMES COLE. AUCTIONEER?T WE NTT-EIGHT
largo and loautifal balidlng tactions at Batb, L. I.,
?renting on tbs New York bsy, between Fort Hamilton and
Coney Island. Sale positive. By order of the heirs of tho
late William Brown, dceoased, for division.
JAMES COLE A SON WILL SELL ON THURSDAY,
June I, at 12 o'olock, st the Merchaate' Kxohaago,
New York, tbo following desirable plots of load, being part
oftbeliatb Hotel property:?1 sections of about ball aa
acre each, fronting on (be bay and Fraaklia nveaae, each of
these sections has a water right and privileges. 9 teotb us
on tbe opposite side of Frank in avouue; 0 seetioneon both
sVdsa of tilth place: 7 section* on Brown pines Their konse
sad one section .on Franklin nveaae. Tbe dwelling Is in
reed order, aad now ooeupi.d by Mrs. Brown, with Ankle,
loo bouse, Ao. This is decidedly tome of tbe best property
offered fur tale la tbe State o Now York. Tbe location ..
very healthful Tbe gronnd is high and level, rannlng to
the shore, with n handsome terrace of about eight feet
down to high water mark.- .It has ail the advantage#
of bathing, fishing, Ac , fine view of tbe Jereey sbor*,
Sandy Hook, and BtafCn Island. The facilities of aeoese
are very easy; two good plank roads fron Brooklyn, on
which sieges are running; about one mile and a half from
tba ferry at Fort Hamilton, aad about sis miles from tbe
fsny at Hamilton avenue. Brooklyn. A further descrip
tion ie deemed unnecessary. Terms easy. For.maps and
fall particulars apply to tbs aaetioaeert, 4S Fulton str**t,
Brooklyn, or 18 Nassau (treat. New York.
T
RUSSELL W WK9TCOTT. AUCTIONEER ?C-1NTI
? nnatlon Ml* of handsome hnoMhold fumltnre ?R. W.
Wrttcott will Mil to Burrow, Monday, at 10X o'clock, by
catal gu*, tko oaloac* of tho elegant rosewood. and maho
gany rnraltur* rich carpet* Ac.. contained la boat* la
klf nth are*-*, foar door* from Foartoooth itroot, oBbrac
Ing o\*r * j lot* of ererythlng roquialte for tho parlor,
chamber aad biMBial-rorewood pianoforte, elegant In
itrnB<at. coatly ro.ewod parlor lalto*la aatin broeatollo;
renwood otccora, coat SIAO; Barbie top tabloi; over dUO yards
tnperb tepaatry aad Brasael carpet; two coatlJ Fr*n*h
pint* mirror*; aia chair* and rockon la rolrot aad hair
cloth; ormnlaand pearl Inlaid clock*, rich certain* aad
?had**; rarde'abra* and raby ? tandard lolar lamp*; rarv
rich Bantol ornaments; mahogany. walnut aad Fnaeo
chair*. Bahogaay tot* a toto* *ofa*, lunago*. ologant row
wood and walaot French hed*t*ada; splendid hair Bat
tr<MO*; feather bed* and heddiog; oral aad gilt Uekiag
glaisca roiowood and maboaan) marble top banana; Barbie
top Bahogaay aadroaowoofwaahitaad*; wardrobe*; wraral
heautifal oil painting* with a large inaatity of kitchen
furniture; extension table, rl*h illeer war*. *o*tly ehiaa
toe **t*. Ivory cutlery, cot glasswar* oilcloth, hatataadr,
ttairrarpet.de. Catalog*** ready at # o'*lo*k. Sal* rain
or tkiue.
SALE OF ELEGANT HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PI
anofort*. Ac ? Will he aoid to morfow, (Monday) May
29, at 10J{ o'clock tho content* of the hooae No 121 Forty
fifth *tr?*t, near Broadway, conaiatlag of rich tapoatry.
ltruaaela and Ingrain carpeta, llruaaol* aad Venatiaa atalr
carpet*, oilcloth carpeting, brocatelle aad lsct curtains,
oral minor*, elegaat roacwood auito of ptrlor faraitore,
roMwood pianoforte, a riry fin* imtromcot, In perfeat or
der, and lolly warranted, roacwood and mahogany aofh*
and tite a tote*, *a*y and *eaing chair*, apring aoat cbal-u
and rockera, tofa beaateada, An* allror p ated war* ia great
variety vaaea aad nianMl oru*in?nt*,.iine oil painting*,
cl ina tea and dinner act*, elegaat wa'ant beokoaa* aad M
cretary. roaewood work table* and corner standi rowwood
coinar at* gere, rot*wood centre nad aide tables, rosewood
and mnbogany French hedaiend* with mv.i reran* and pall
tea** to At. walaot roltnge bedateada, roaewood tad Baho
gaay drtaalag I uremia morblt top wnahataado. gilt toilet
?ota. ex'en-lun dloiog table, ivory aad common aatlory,
crockery and glaaaware, barera- nt and kitchen faraltnra,
Ae Fai* ro.ltlra, rala or ahlaa Broadway atagoa par* tho
door, and 81*lb arenoa ear* nil bin on* hloek.
C. W. HOLMES, Anatioawr.
?o PERSONS DOING BUSINESS IN THE LOITER
part of the city ?Bro ok It a lleightt pr >p*rty foraalo at
auction -1 wo vacant lota, adjoining *ach i!< by 100 lost, oa
I ha 'aimer ail* of I eluanad* Riw, Colombia atraet, aad St
foat from tho eoroor of l.'raah*rry atroot. will h* wld oat
Tuetdai next. (Mar 30) at IX M , by COLES A CHIATON,
at the Merchaate' Exchange, with a largo aaoaatof halld
leg aeiorlal* opoo tb* Iota th* potltioa remmoada an *a
trutive view of Brooklyn, Now York, Now Jsrooy, aad th*
harbor aad Boat rtfar, aad only two Blonto* walk from tin
Fulton ferry and a obort wnlk to tb* Wtll atraet Harry. A
large properties af tk* money to retain *a Wad aad a*ft
*?*? Particular* at the tal*
TL'ILI.IAM Dl'MONT, AUCTIONEER.- CONDEMNED
TT ttoroe at Ih* Nary lord Bro.klya, DUMONT A
JENKINS will Mil at taction, oa Taaoday, Mar SO. at IS
o'eliok. at th* Naey Ya d, byord-Yof th* Navy Agent,.
ccadeBBod atoro*. via ? Carpenter'' ami other tool*, aook
lag otonaila, Alas, dlah eovara, moIm Tad bona*, lootbor
aocllca nad landing h?ao ?!***? boats, *14 Jaak, abohlags,
old bid* rep*, pi* ? bar'* brass. Ae . banana, (tor**, ekair*
tahle*. carpets, Ollelotba loohlagglatMS, lia* aad on meat
barrels, window *a*be*. Ae oa* wagoa, pork, i-nr, rlM
raltlo*. pickiM broad, augnr, ton. batter, ab**a* hoaa*.
noliitti, vine*or, dried ?| plea, bio* poaaad r-?*al Jackets,
oloth nad dack trowMra, flannel ah'rt* aad drawer*, blan
ket*. *hn*a, aoeha. B*tt-*a*va, eoara* sal Aao combe,a**dl*i .
Jack tnlvea, absvlng box**, *?ap, roior strop*, coot battoa*.
? Limblea, blaekiag. A*, term* eaah. Th* good* aaat b*
ramoved Immediately aft-r tb* aal*.
WHBlLLIAM IRVINO A CO.. AUCflONF.ERS?WlLIr
?ell at aactloa o* Ttetday, Mvy 90, at Iti)* o clock, at
No '.2 At Mark'* plar* the |ro|rrt/*f a gaatleaan now
la Pari* I'orlor laraitor*?hire* of a*rvee roaewood par
lor fniattor*. cover*4 In br >ratnll*. eonalrtin* af tfiro*
oofa* and *ix parlor chair*, arm chair*, and on* ElliahothaN
chair, carved roMwaod r**<r* aod *of? tablet, tripod*,
rosewood r retires. enlte r.f reMwaod perlr faraitore
tottred I* crimaoa wnd gold natia iameak. aofa. tla chair*,
?wo arm chair* and arai a ohalr. e'egant r?*->w rod Mre?
octave pi -no, made by "todart Woreae'.ar A Doehea; r*M
wood ruaitlc top pier teller > m?*? aad marbl* e'aaka an 1
e* arlel vl-rat. roaewrod eseretot'a* Ae B-drcom fur all or*
? Ftiti* if titul rofoaaod Irdroom Inmiture, elegant
French I rd.t-ad*, marble top di acting bareans, waahslaad*
anji satinet*, aeprro roianeod war- rob**, and amour a
a'ato I'ljch* glar* ladle*' vwii de ro*a aad roMwooJ tacra
'olrce ai d cai laeM writing desk*. Ae : he'r mattrM***,,
ri'flng uo feather bed#, I elrtee* aad pillow*. **?!??.
liar.lit* and l-edcD g, lace at daw eartaia*. A*.; n*Mw*-A
c-<lt**w ilara, toilet *et* Ae. Diniog ma furaitara
i b-niig .. ..
tl-alri, table*, A*.

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