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hu and term*. i? tlx sity of Nrw York aad f* Vicinity Ap
ply U J. ?. SB El, KnlliUU A|Wl, m.'fiiHa street?
*?t?sw>o h CHy bail square.
?9 QOft -obeap fkoputt i* bbooklyb
fZ.yUU Good business looaUoa.aeajr the forry Four
Wick bouse* tad stores, ?>? on a utv' Prioe from S2.0OU
w ld,6W>??ob. T triii a iur Alio, a ?<w ooU?rt, Jay-#, and
let, ib oempletc ord?r, ?1,400. E. A- BUNC* 113 Broad
way, NmrhltN, room No. A
#0 KAA ? FOR 8 A LB, A )?MO STORE, LOCATED
f J.OUU. OB* of tlx Mt avenues. Iltod op la M
elegaat bum, sad bow *i?g a ?? businee*; rent vary
low; looatioa onaaot bo term* of .ale ui;. Ap
at* immediately. at tnt Br?adway. room No. 10.
p>y m.m*aia?ojy, ?> AbQROB W. SIMEBS.
#0 -FOR SALB-A LAUNDRY, WITH ALL
?i.UUU. the aeeersarv tppintii, largo flro boLsr,
A*., loo* tod in tb? oppor portloa of tbe oily, aal ready to g?
la to immediate operation To any oaterpr.siag maa, this u
aa exoelleat ch^oe. Apply at &9 Broad way room No. 10.
0 BO RUB w. SlMEftS,
'A^ee'Vl* 1N THE
8d Aaisau street. ^ '?flulni of C. B. HOWES
#1 nnn -poR SALE, the onb half interest
W.UUU. of tbo (took, Ac . of a lnmfeor yard, doing a
large business; tbo profit* from S3.0<0 to >5,000 a year. Una
o I tbo partners retiring from husloe**. Apply to
C. B. MuHTttS.a* Naasau iln?t.
(tfi/in ?YOB 8 A LA? A VINBUAR FACTOKY, LO
ipuUU. catod np to?B, aad now is oporatioa. This in
clude * all tbo neoessary apparatus, fixtuj es, leas* of pre oil
mi Ae. To anyone wlsning to engage in tbo manufacturing
kusine**, tbia ii km exoellont chance. Apply at tat Broad
way GEORGE W. 81MBR8.
A GOOD CDANCB FOR A PERSON WITH A SHALL
capital.? Tho (took aad fixture* of a gentlemen'* fur
uuhiag it ire. tho beat location In Broadway, man bo *old,
aa tbo owner i* going immediately to Borope. Addre** H
Tkeedor, Herald office.
An excellent chance FOR AN INVESTMENT ?
A tieureand lot, (ituated in the Eleventh ward, for *ale
at a bargain; the location ii very desirable, and will pay 1.1
per tent. Price about At, 500, half of whioh may remain on
mortgage. Apply immediately 10
C. B HOWES * CO.. 84 Nasaau etract
A BARB CHANCE.? FOR BALB, A BUSINESS, IN
whieh an) perioa m?y bare a perfect knowledge iu one
day. aad pay* 210 por cent profit The artiolee sold are la
general a|e, aad In the manufacturing line, kut any penon
may beoome familiar directly. Apply to
C. B. HUWBS ? CO.. Si Na?*au itreet.
A RARE CHANCE? FOR SALE, THB STOCK AND
flxta:esof a grocery and proviitou (tore, with a long
lease of a five story brick houte, eituated in one of the beat
at audi in the eity, will be *old ebeap for eaab. Alio, a oart,
bene and karne*a lor (ale. Apply oi the premise*, 412 Third
?venue.
A RARE CHANCE TO PAINTERS.? TH E STOCK AND
fixture* of a paint iter*, lately ooeupied by Joshua
Parker, 66 Fulton itreet, Brooklyn, in the rear, the rent at
the low rate ef $1~X per month, fer two floor*. Fitly dol
lar* will purehaie the whole (took. Inquire on the
premises. ,
Bakery for sale-in onb of thb best lo
cationi in the city, now doinz a very extensive busl
mm ever tbe counter, together with twe commission ahopi,
aa* every utensil neoessary, together with hirae, wagon,
Ao. I here is a new briek stable attached, with Croton
water throughout the houie. Tho rent will be moderate,
aad a lea*e of five or aeven years win be given. Apply on
tbe premises, corner of Twenty -eighth itreet and Seventh
avenue. RICHARD BAKER.
BAKERY.-FOK SALE CHEAP, AN UPTOWN BAKE
?y, aituated in a leading thoroughfare, now doing an
excellent business. Satisfactory reason* for aelling out.
Beat low. Apply for three days to B. W. SCilUfT, gre
eer, 211 Weit Seventeenth itreet.
Beautiful residence on the north river
for aale; aplendid garden and yard attaehed. 40x5)0
leet, with vegetable*, inrobbery aad ehoioe fruit trees.
Located within 200 yard* of the depot, ali?ut 22 mile* from
the eity. View of tbe riv?r and aurronading country unaur
paaied Price $3.t>00. Apply at VANL1EWS' real citato
efllee, No. 2 Naasau itreet.
COUNTRY HOUSB FOR SALB. -BUILT LAST SUM
mer. very roomy, marble mantel*, gra'.ee, oloiet*. pan
trie*. a very large p?rlor, dining room, aiteben with range,
aad itore room on the first floor. Three large room* ana
leer ehamb< r* on aecond floor, two finiehed attic ro?m* aad
?pen garret, tn ihort a model houie for a large familv, on
four loti of ground 150 feet deep, and more land if desired,
all neatly fenced In. well aa d out house. Situate on George
?treet, opposite Viila-plaoe, Xltona, lets tbaa tea minute*'
walk from Morrisania i' at ton, Harlem Railroad; one hour
trem City Hall. Price f '5,700 ? (900 cash, balance quarterly;
payment of <100, with interest, half yearly. Apply to R.
H. ELTON , No. lONaisiu itreet, from 9 to 12 o'elook A. M.,
or on the (remise* every afternoon.
COUNTRY SEAT OF TWO ACRBS FOR SALE OR BX
ebange for a farm? Or divided to suit purcatseri;
beautifully located, extensive view of the Harlem river, a
Cirat variety of fruit excellent water, oottage new, in
luh Bridgeville. third houae from Macomb'* Dim. In
^ouroof Wm. Foreytn. 166 Pearl itreet; or J. W. Dovoe,
en the premise*. Please ,-i .e us a call.
DBUC STORE FOR SALE.? A FIRST CLASS STORE,
well stocked, handsomely fitted np, and doing an ex
cellent business. Apjlj at 2^8 Eighth avenue.
Drug store for sale -situated in a buri
nets pert of the eity; now doing a fa r trade; will be
Mid at a bargain, as the owner mult leave the etty within
a week, m account of other bo sine is. Appiy to MULLER A
B/AHT, iO Beekman itreet.
Drug store for sale? a desirable store,
well itoeked and finely fitted up. A rare chance for
either a drurglst or physician Inquire of E. R. DURKEB
A CO., 181 l'tail street.
Drug store.-for sale, a neatly fittid up
drug (tore, in ?w of tbe greatest thoroughfare* in tbe
?ity. It i( owned at present by a ohyalcian, who eannot
attend to it It ia doing a good business, and will be sold
very low. Address rbysieian, Broaiway Post Offloe.
For pale-so cases no. 24 guaqe sheet cast
cteel, 'j?*i quaUt], suitable for poctemonnaiee, Ao. For
particulars apply to THUMaS aORTON,
212 Pearl streot.
PIR SALE ? THE LEASE. STUCK AND FIXTURES
01 a confectionery, ice or* a in saloon ud bakery, lo
cated up town, on one of the leading thoroughfare*. and
new doing a good burin***, with a three yiara leaie Apply
to THOMAS A STREET, 54^ fine atreet.
For sai e-a villa, situated on the banks
? of tbo Hodiion liver, about 46 minutee' ride by railroad
from the City Hall, N. Y., with a beautiful now of the
ii?r and aurroundin; country. The bunte ie aow, of the
first eleas, aed replete with every oouventenoe. Croxin wa
ter throughout, batbi, water closets, stationary baafns,
dnmb waiters, gas pipe*, range, furnaoo, Ao. Ita acoeini
Mlity b> care and stage* render* it rerv desirable. Term*
easy. Apply to PHILIP R WILKIN'S, auctioneer, No. 2
Broad atree*, corner of Wall.
F*K SALE? A FIRST CI.A9S GROCERY STORE,
aitnated on the oortfar ef one of the beat avaimei, now
doing a rplondid kuainua. V?t partieulara, inquire of
C. B. HOWE! A CU., SI Naxao street.
FOR 5ALE-A vemy ni:e NEW, WELI. BUIBT
three Miry bonne, in the epper part of the city, at the
reduced and very l?w price of fi.ouO. Thii hvnao must be
Men to cobvitee tbe paiebater that it ie exceedingly low.
Apply to E. ft. KINhHIU&K, 319 Fourth avenue.
For sale-a beautiful farm of sixty acres,
with two atory house, tarn, food trait aid rater, toil
dorp and rich, near Stony Hrook Rubor, fortr 4ro mHei
Irom the eiSy. Pnee $8,.>.<0. A 1*0 one ot 2(C) aorta, $6 OX).
Apply to A. M. BU RR, l.'<7 Broadaay, room 21.
For sale-tab lease and fixture* or a
grocery, doing a good kuiiues*, ai.,1 utook. if dasired.
Apply on tbe piciniata, corner of Morton and Bleeoker ate.,
Bitockar Building*.
?OR if ALE? A COTTAGE RESIDENCE, STABLE AND
out hoiae*. together wtti eleven lot* ?f groan d, at
htj-eifbtb rtieet, between the Bloomingdslo road and
Kleventh avt-.nue Poaaeaaion immediatoly. Apply to W.
WILSON, corner Coitiaodt atreet and Broadway, UU*ey
building*.
1'OR PA1JE? ONE OF THE BEST LOCATED BILLI ARD
?alooea in the city; will bo ?old at a great aaoriAoe, a*
lli* proprietor i* eniaiod in oMuv bufimaa. For fnrtner
perticui tre, inquire of WILLIAM WITTERS, 137 Canal
atreet.
FOR SALE-SEVERAL TWO AND FOUR HOR-3E
wagon*, farm, plantation and railroad carta, with bar
| .era ol al ? kind*, will be aold low at tbe large faotory ol
I1CHAEL M L LLON E3, Warren atreet, Jersey City.
j^OR SALE AT HOBOKEK ? B ACM ICR'S HOTEL, COR
~ aer of Hndacn and Third atreeta, contaii ing twenty-four
em*, with asoonimodation* lor boarder*. barroom, kftoben
kd two lai*nenta, ball room, billiard saloon, tenpin
ley*, garden, Ae., including three lota ot ground. Inquire
t the premises.
7IOR SALE OR TO LET, AT ASTORIA? A GOOD TWO
1 atctj honae, with eight lot* of around, at eoavenient
alk Irom tbi leading. Apply at M Pine afreet, aeoond
?or, front ofliu*.
>OK PALE OK TO LET-TUB LEASE AND IMPROVE
1 menta of etocht tot* of ground, at the foov r f W"e*t for
iethsutet. Apply to V AM BRUNT J. WaThOIM, JUO
ntmkera atreet.
JIOR SALE OR TO I.ET-AT BATH, L. I , A HOUSE,
? with icehouse, barn and quarter acre land. llouae eon
?ine live mom*, kitchen and cellar; i* niwty painted and
nhrst rate order, loebotiae tilled Will bo let low to a
eed tenant, Apply to MORRISON, H iBKR A CO, 45
?ey (treat.
MR SALE OR EXCHANGE. ? A RARE AMD EX TEN
aive business without roinpolitioo, and affording iin
i?rae trotite. will be aold at a bargain, with the atock, tool*,
*.. eimnlete, a* tbe proarietor cannot attend t* tt. Apply
e THOMAS A 9 rttLfcT. Pj,? ??,*?.
yoR SALE IMMEDIATELY? A THREE STORY AND
1 barenent brick bouae, aituated in lirooklvo, near tbe
?outh terry, on Degraw atroet. Price S6.00O; rash, the
slaece on mertga**. Thia ia a rare *hane*. Apply to C.
t, THOMPSON, M Nassau atreet, room T.
"10TEL ? KOR SAl.E TUB LEASE AND fCRNI
1 tur* ol a betel in Jer**y city, now doing a roe* ton.
set and boarding buainese. For Inrthar particulan apolv
t the Phi adelpbia Hotel, Jeraey City.
" LOTD'S MANOR Foil ?AI. 1 H E~ SUBSC Illicit
J ia prepared to se'l portions ol bia eatate to geniiemei
during eountry reaidenaea, in farm! of from fl?e to flliy
we* rbi- besutiful property la aitnated In Queens moot y,
? the north aide of Long l?lan<. wl?hln two fr.ars ?f r?e?
Vrk city, by a ateauihoat r inntna daily ta and from, and >a
tao acceaaible by railroad Tbe harbor*, baye, and &?nnd
Irrouooina, furnlah tbe t'ett bathing tlahlng and tailing,
ie place ia ?*U waterad with living ipringa of an excellent
?al'ty and fnr the aiie, variety and extent of it* fora<t
*d ahade treat ia unrivalled in thi* country. Tba land i*
Miatly at an elevation of irom .VI t.? 7 5 feet above tilewa or:
tie aeil strong and dry. Fnr the remarkable b**lthlne*a ot
lie climate generally , tha anbaoriber has permission >o rater
ia Pr Ale tanner H. Stevena, who owns ai adjoining
ivcnerty. Ptrther inicrmation way be obtained on anp.ioa
'ion to ? O. German, Esq , ?4 Wi'linm atreet, or Wyuaot
l^an Zaadt, San., eorn'-r ?f Fifth avenn* and Twenty
tUhth atreet, and by addr?*?ins the anbaoriber, at l.loyd'*
? anor, Huntington Po*t Offlo*,-Long D.
S ?OAR STORE TOR SALE? ESTABMSIIBO TlfREB
jaara, In agood neighhorh >od, where there I* B > oppi
titles Kor aodtsa* of alar* inquire of H. GIESELHANN,
nm?r Ludlew and Htantoa atreet*. __
rro GROCERS ? A FIRST CI A8^ OR'JCIRT AND
X Irnit ateie to be sold obtap, o* a nood cbanee would be
given to a y onna man, o ' good oharao'er, with SW) or
?e have equal laUreat in the btfineta Ap?ly at li Ea?'.
Broadway.
rat lit*
rB SAL* -THE STOCK AND FIXTURES OF A
(IM7 ?m braid ?ry tad lephyr vonM itora, ui tto
lUrt to let. laquiro It MS Orul ItiHi.
S SWING MACHINE FOR SALE.-ONE Of Qiom,
Biker * Co.'i sake; ? vory parlor maekint, tm II'
aallaal order, and will to told law lar caah; tot lit been la
aaa Bora than two meatha. The reaaaa for aelllag it U to
aaaae Ua owa?r toa ae farther aaa for It, On to aaea to 175
Bloocker itroet.
TO FBIBTBRS.? FOB 8 A LB CHBAP, A DOUBLB Me
dium, and Bad tarn (Hoe'D haad praaa. Alao, a ro
te if oard preaa, and a ? tan d lag praaa. Apply to SO Bowery.
HuMKa. cajuoaubs, m.
At tbb baxaab, si cbosbt street, will bb
?old, ob Wednetday, at 12 o'clock, tweaty horaet, aalt
able for til porpoaea Alio new and aeoond hand wagoai,
doable and king le naraeti, tad diet, Ao.
Jukw H. OATFIBLD, Proprietor.
Any pbbson having a good hobsb and
WHon. will be favorably dealt by on e ^munition, to
travel in thia and other Btatea, at agent. Apply at 11 aing
atreet.
At a sacrifice ? A paib of bat ponibs. is
fcandi, ? a: ranted aoaad, aorea yea rt old, eaa go in 3:16;
a two aoated wagon, without top, built b? Wail A Tomliu
ao?, tad a at t of light doable barneti, made by Wood Gitoon.
nearly new. Apply at private it able, 53 Great Jonea itroet.
CARRIAGBS FCR SALE -A SECOND HAND SIX
teat Ruekawav, with partition trout, haa toon bat lit
tie oiro; will to ield low. Alao. new etrnagea of every da
teiiptiou, eoniiitlng of Kookawaya, barouuhe*, bugaiee with
and without topi. tqoare box hunting wagoai, with two,
three and aix loati, at 611 Broadway, eppoaite the St. Nioho
las Hotel.
EQUESTRIAN INSTITUTE, 61 SOUTH FOURTH
1 li itreet Ea t Brooklta.? Uoraea, earriagoa aad light
? arena to let. lligbly trained and quiet hortti for the road
to lev G. W. WaiKER A CO.. Proprietor!.
N. B. ? G. W. Walker A Co hare no oonneotion with aay
oth. ratable. All peraoni are forbid trutting anyone on
their acoeunt. G. W. WaLKER,
WH. PLAIN.
EXCHANGB-A FINB YOUNG HOR8E, SOUND AND
kiad. v#ry ityliah, aeren ytara old, aevonteon handa
high, cbaatnut lorrel, for a good piano or 3rat quality oar
IKta. Addreaa A B , Box 167 Herald offieo.
Fob bale-a bay barb, sbvbn years old-,
kind in aingle or doable harneaa; would make a flue
roadator; Jnat from the country. and warranted aoafid. A1
to, a new and a aeoond hand light wacoa Inquire of P. H.
Mo'AVOV, 62 Prince at., corneref Marion.
For sale? a veby finb bay colt, six ybars
old thia May, oi Abdallah Metteoger atoek, 16>j handa
bigh, warranted aound and kind, and of good etyle and no
tion; alao, a ihifting top light wagon and bar net a. oity built,
Bold lor wast of nae. Apply at Bowery itablea, No. 21.
|j-<OB 8ALE-A SECONDHAND TWO SEAT COUPB
f roekaway, Urower'a make; alao a abifting top wa/on,
and twowagoni without topa. Will to Bold ehoap at tho lia
ble 68 Weit Twenty third itreet.
For sale? at the metropolitan stable,
corner of Frinee a*d C rot by itrooti, an elecant top wa
gon in perfect Older.
For sale-a very stylish bay hobsb, seven
years old. warranttd to bo tound in every ret pee t. Ap
Kto tWIFT A VERMILYA, 20 Amity itroet, or O. PA
LIN, 32 Amity atieet or 2U3 Broadway.
For sale~a light bay horse, (pony built,)
?even yeari eld tbii apring; porteotly tound. kind ana
gentle; hai been uied ai a lady 'a aaddla horse; must to told,
at tha owner ia about lea'iag for Europe. Inquire at the
>ew Yoik Bteam and Gaifltting Eatabliahment, 170 and 172
Centre itreet, Alao, a light box wagon and harneaa.
For sale? a light wagon, with top, (ford's
belt,) with barren nted but a few timet, will to lold
eheap for eaih. inquire at 361 Bowery.
For sale? a pair of largv truck horses
and tiuok, a very excellent cart hone and oart, to
gether or lepirate Alio, a very kind and gentle horie, juat
right for a family hone: prioe Sli 0 At the dlatlllery ooou
Bad by TuWER A RINGUEBBRG, in Baat Brooklyn, on
?at avenue, near Johaion'i lumber yard.
Fob sale-a spi endid pony built horse, six
yoari old, warranted Bound aad kind la any kind of har
nni. Inquire at 202 Twenty ilxtb itreet, between Eighth
and Ninth avenuaa.
FOR SALE? A BRIGHT BAY HORSE, EIGHT YEARS
old, fifteen handa high, kiad and geatle ia tingle or
double harneaa. Price HOu. Can bo aeen at 13 Downing
itreet.
FOR SALE-ONE THREE MINUTE HORSE, ONE
buggy, one barouehe, one aet double harneaa, one aet tin.
tie harneaa one tleigh, with all tho extra*, at C. LEWIS'
livery atable, No. 8 Seventh avenue, oorner oi Greenwich av
For sale cheap and on reasonable terms
?A firat rata ooaeh and pair of horaeB, harness tj 1
every thing complete; al?o one top wagon, tanner ooaeh,
two aeat wagon, two aeeoad-band wagon* and rookaway.
Apply at 90 and 92 But Eleventh itreet, near Booond ave.
Horses, light wagons, harness, ac., for
?tie? 20 hone*. 2 poniea, 3 fait trotter*, and 1 paeer,
aupporrd to go in 2:28. Alao, 40 wagont, of different ity lei.
Alio, 20 new top wagon*. Apply at No. 10 Nevina itreet,
corner Fulton avenue, Broonlyn.
Morgan horses-a bay colt fiyb tears
aid, a eheitnut Mori an tame age, a large powerful Aodal
lai. oolt ? it yeara old Either of these eaa trot iuaido oi
three minutea, aad are aound. Alao leveral aaperlor tingle
horeeo, lately from Vermont, for aalo. Apply at SI Boorum
itreet, llroeily*.
Pacing hobsb for sale? is sbvbn years old
tound in every particular, and ao kind and gentle that a
child mav drivo tlm with perfeot tafety : hit tpeed it under
2:60, and for beauty etyle and endurance, it nardly turpataed;
it oft?ied for ia'e only became the ownor hai no uie for him.
Apply to DANIEL MOSS, 16 Bawery.
SECOND HAND CARRIAGES FOR BALE.? TWO
leather top buigiei, ono with ihifting tap: two rooka*
wayi? one lor four ptraona, aad ono for iix pe'aoaa ? all la
good order, will be lOd low. Apply at toe oarriage i notary,
Third avenue, tear Forty -levaath itreet.
COPARTNERSHIP ilOnCBg.
q-o nnn ?wanted, a partner, with ran
ifu.UUU. amount, is ? spoculatlTf And muurututiif
bui men done for cseti, that will pay $10,00' tbis year. I or
nature of business, Ac. apply at 229 Broadway, oiBoe Mo. 8,
first floor, from 10 to I o'clock.
CI nnn ?WANTED, in an established, high
fl.UUu. ly respectable business, a pwion with from
one thousand to futeen h incred dollars e*<m. One compe
tent to aet In t ie capacity of an auctioneer preferred. Ad
dress D D., Herald otfiee
Cl'jnn ? partnir wanted, to Tike an in
ipoUv;. ferest in a respectable business already estab
lished, from wbich ha can re&lUe $5, COO to $?J,0 O yearly.
Tbis is a chance seldom offered Appy to CAMPBELL A
Day, 113 Chambers itreet
?*-inn ?PARTNER WANTED, WITH Til IS AMOUNT.
<POvU. to take an equal interest la a nighly respectable
lmiineii, in which be eaa realize from $3,U0U to yearly.
This ia a chanoe seldom offered. Pleaae o?ll at 1(J2 Nassau
itreet, corner ef Ann, room No. II.
?*11)0 *0 $300- WANTED A SMART' ACTIVE MAN,
$OUU to take equal inter: at is a cash business. well e?
tahlisbed, and paying good profit. A man of the right it* <? i
can reahie 93 W<0 aiear. Call and examine for yourself
the offloe of CAMPBELL A DAT, 113 Chamber* street.
DISSOLUTION AND REMOVAL.? THE COPARTNER
ship heretofore existing between the subscribers,
under tbe firm of Tho* N. bale A Co., is this day dissolved
bj mu' uaJ consent. Thes N. Dale alone is authorised to
settle trie affairs and sign hi liquidation to; tbe late con
cern, and hna removed to No. 18 Warren street
THO*. N. DALE,
JonN D. CAMP,
Ed Win iiilLVbr,
GEORGE ?(OH1i).Vn
Thos, N. Dale ha? this day formed a copartnership with
George Riohmond, under tbe firm ol Tnot. N. Dale ft Co ,
and will continue the businese of the lute firm at No. 18
Warren street. THUS N. DAI. E,
New York Junel, 1855. GEORGE RICHMOND.
PARNER WANTED.? THE SUBSCRIBER, WHO ISA
practical cutter, 14 desirous of joining a partr to par
cbate the lease and fixtures of a merchant tailoring estab
li.Bn etit now doing a good business in the lower part ot tho
city, where he can increase the business. A line addraasel
to M., lletald offloe, immediately, will be promptly at
tended to.
PARTNER WANTED? IN A PUBLISHING BUS!
ne?(. Tbis is a great cnanee far a young man to oom
mence buiineta in the oity. One who can oommand about
Wttl may address Business, box 3,824 Post Offioe.
PAR1NER WAVTED-A GENTLEMAN OP EXCEL
lent tusineas qualifications, de.irea a partner (active or
silent), with a capital of two rr three t^omand dollars, te
engage in a desirable and nro&tablu business whioh lse*tra
saV Address D. H. 1., Herald offlos, aaying whoa and
ahtre you may be seen.
THE COPARTNERSHIP OF CARRINUTO V, TI3DALK
A Co., ?ai dissolTed, t>y mutual eon tent, on tbe 2(at
!n?t., by the withdrawal ol Henry F. Blackwell. The re
ntaicii'g partners will settio tho businect of the late Arm.
and cennnne the coal and lumbar trade, under the tt'm of
Carrington A Tiadale. JAS. W. CaRRINUTON,
J A3. TIBDALK,
Artcria, L. I . May 21. 1805. HENRY F. BLaCKWELL.
_ HOUSKK, ROOnS, WANTKO.
COUNTRY HOUSE WANTED? A SMALL SNUG
bouse er cottage, with garden, pleaaantly situated, easy
o' acees* by railroad or steamboat, not mors than throe
hours' ride from the city. Rent moderate, for a year, with
privile e of continuing if sui ed. Address, with location
sad descnpii ->n of promisee, rent, Ae., L C.. Herald OlBes.
Furniture will be purchased If new and reasonable.
LANDI.oRDS.-W ANTED TO I.EASB, A GOOD Tt
n as t house, in a respectable, neubb mood. The rent
will e* paid In advance, or would boy a house, and pay a
few hundred dollars dewn. Address J. J. B., Herald offloo
TV ANTED ? Bv A GENTLEMAN, A FURNISHED
T? bedroom, without hoard Address O., Herald oifioe,
stating terms, location. Ac. Terms mutt bo moderate.
WANTLD 10 PURCHASE ? A SIXTEEN OR EIQII
teeii feet row boat; must he la .cod eonditian, nm
?a?y to pu l. Address, with fu.l particulars, *W. 1., to*
3,2^6 Post Offloc.
WANTED-BYASMALL FAMILY, WITHOUT CHfL
dren. the first or ae-ond floor, unturniebed, of a first
elass |jou?s. whi re there It oslr one private family; tbore
n.nst l>e two bedrooms, sitting r<v>m. hath, oater ?t?set. gas.
4e., and ancomnmdatinn for cooking Rent, not. to esoced
?16 I'STWPtb. Location between KMi and 25th atr*et?
Ai'Pli , stating full rartieulais Addr-ss, box 30V Uniin
Square lvtt Hei'trenee* e'ehangtd
^ _ PROPOSALS.
Hunt botanical garden.? the trustees in
yite plena tor laying <ul and fencing the grounds, and
ooni+rvfttoriftft and othur ?pproprlft%6 DQildiocs. A
Pentium ot 12.50 w til be p*id for paoii m deiun a* mat %v
ffj1.? of tod adopted Stiteen acres tr? oontaioed within
Jwii I tie tardau, the profile and boun<lar1?? of
?WS,, together with the grades of tbe streets whioh
? may be obtained bg applloatiou to
''??^nlosd. wfco will also fumiah any iSformaMou la
lhf ri,d"taW'|. All design, must be
rw , .*.V in]y\ ,0 . iORN Maxwell,
i.hatB>n ot the Construction Committee. C'J Wall st
NOTIfl TO CARPENTERS, BUILDERS AC -PRO
I *111 be received for tke belldiag of a stoae hoo?e
N# J. WYITfl, )io. 8 (fall Hml
REMOVALS. ~
REMOYAL.-n<,MAS N. PALI 4~CoTbUtT~R*
?oMdtoN?j tTwnitmi
A SECOND FLOCK TO LIT. WITH PANTRIES. *? ,
and M>?w on third ft ? ? r; klt*h*a If roqalred, all
In c?4 order aad ia ?<*d seigh borheod in lb* Ninth ward.
Sta* ee and ear* eon ?ei lent, Rent modarate to n small fa
mily. Iaqatrs of J. B. C., 1M lUada itrwl
Basement to let-it its plenty or liobt, at
?oraerof Graad and Forsyth street*. Apply in MOW
BRAY'S dry goad a store on th* ? ?or.
/A0UNTET BEAT TO LEASE? AT PELHAM, WMT
V akaatw eeuats, an the ling lalaad &onad, with ft
water front containing fl"tt tear icr**Lwtth mansion hoaaa,
farmer's eottage, bathing noun, Ao. Will bo loaned to an
eligible tenant, for a torn ot jltri, reasonably. for partte
ular? apply vo ALA II 8 A LPCEEV, 76 Naraan street.
Furnished booms to let, in toe fibst
class house No. 870 Broadway, to single gentlemen, ot
apartments suitable for a family , with all that lj requisite to
keep bouse, and nao of kitchen, with eielnaiTO oloaota. No.
WOBicadway.
FURNISHED BOUSE TO LET-IN TWENTIETH
itrot t.i near Tonrth avenue; three itcry, twelvo rooma,
and ne a 1' paimed throughout. Una all the eoc venieaoe*
for a anail ten tool family. Will be lot three month*, or un
til flrat ot May. Apply to B. C. RBAD, 62 South itreet, at
12 o'olaok.
FUBNISHtD APARTMENTS.? A SITTING ROOM AND
bedroom, furnished , to lot, at moderate rent, for tho
?iDDir; loeatioa quiet, airy and near the Union Club Hoaae.
Addrei* M. b< x 1,788 Poet Offioe.
House to lbt-verv cbbap, with a store,
ho. HO Greenwich avonoe. I ..quire at F KlRCHEl'a
No. WO Seventh e'reet, between avenues A. and B.
Half or a furnished house to let; also, a
ramr, bedroom and kiteben very convenient for a
?mall family, with cook etove, Croton water, Ao. A jpljr at
US Woet 'twenty fourth atreet.
Law offices and rooms to let, in the
large, new, first elan building, 334 Broadway. The loon
tivn u contral. the rooms woli lighted, and in perfeot order,
and will bo rented cheep to desirable tenant*. Apply on tho
premises to C. B BuGA RDUS.
PARTLY FUBNI8HED HOUSE AT CLIFTON. STA
ten liland to let? Within ten minute*' walk of Vander
bllt'i landing. The groand* are well arranged and boautt
fullj ehaded. Term ? moderate Inquire of R. 8. HOWR3,
residing on tho promt***, or of Mr CHESTER FLOWER,
71 Broadway, up ataira
STEAM POWER -TO LET, SEVERAL WELL LIGHT
ed mom* with st*ady power in the building, oor'
ner of Hestrr and Eliiabetn itreeta; aleo la building oorner
of Twenty third atreet and First avenue. Rent* vary mo
del at*. Apply
SX2 Pearl itreet.
THOMAS MORTON.
TO LET-POSSESSION GIYEN IMMEDIATELY ? THE
rear part of the seeond atory, tho front part of the
third atory, and all of the fourth atory of 29 Ueekman
itreet; alio, tho front reom of th* fifth itory of 31
and 38 Btekmaa itreet Eaoh apartment ii suitable for any
kind of mechanioal business; alio, btiomuat ol 24 Bookman
itreet. Inquire of JAMES COMNftR A SONS, 29 Ueekmaa
itroet.
TO LET-IN JER9ET CITY. A FEW DESIEABE
brick dwelling! In leleet localities, having modern tm
proveirenti; tbe rricei vary foom S120 to $360 each. JAdE3
8. NoYAS, office ooraer of Jersey avenue and South Fourth
itreet. Open all day.
fO LET-AT MORRISANI A, THE WHOLE OB PART OF
a convenient dinnle cottage, pleasaatly litnatod, and
only a few minatea' walk Irom the Molroiu and Morriaaala
depot. Bait large garden, with frnit trees, and plenty of
excellent water. Rent low to a small reipeotable family.
Apply to P. E., 821 Broadway, entrance in Twelfth itroet.
TO LBT-TO A RESPONSIBLE TENANT, THE HOUSE
and atoro No. 1 Fi -et avenue corner of llouiton itroet.
For particular* inquire at No. IS Clinton plaoo.
TO LET-IN HOBOKEN, WITHIN FIVE MINUTES'
walk of the ferry, to a imaU family, without ohildren,
part ot a three story brick home, fbrniihed with marble
manteli, water and gai, eonsltUngof front and back rooms
ncd two hall bedrooms on seoond floor, with pantrioe and
privilege in ba?opont. Apply at No. 0 Meadow itreet.
TO LET? THE LOWEB PABT or A MODERN BUILT
three itery hen**, eonverient to the Sixth and Eh nth
A vtnue Railroads. Inquire at 44 Barrow near Bleeoker at*.
TO LET- THE 8TORE NO. 277 BLBSCKER STREET;
will be put in flne order; ga* and gas fixtures, Croton
water will be Introduced; apartment! made and every con
venience to rait th* tenant. Rent <20 per month, and cal
culated lor aay kind ot buiinesi.
E. B. ElftSHlMER, 319 Tourth avenue.
TO LET-GENTEEL APARTMENTS AT NO. 102 BAST
Twenty-eighth itreet, consisting of five rooms on a floor,
with gas and gai fixtures, -water closets, Ac. Rooms hand
lomely papered Rent, fell. They are very desirable.
E. B K1N8H1MEB. 319 Fourth avenne.
TO LET? TO A SMALL RESPECTABLE FAMILY, THE
upper part ot th* homo 110 Wayeriey place, a few
docri from Washington iquare. Th* boui* has all the mo
dern Improvement!. Hquir* on the premise* from 8 to 12
A. M. or >rom 2 to 6 P. M.
TO LET-A PLEASANT BEDBOOM ON THE THIBD
floor to a (ingle gen leman, without board. Terms
reasonable. Enquire at 18U Sixth avenue, Kefereno* ex
changed
TO LET? THE STORE AND BASEMENT, WITH FIX"
tuies. No. 47 Atlantic street, Brooklyn, on the business side
of the itreet Alio, th* parlors, with inarble mantel*, dumb
waiter, iron balcony, 4o , in front, in good order, within two
minutes' walk of the South ferry. Will be let together or
separate. Apply to Jame* Walker, 46 Atlantic atreet, next
door.
rro LET? A NEW roUR STOBY HOUSE, BROWN
A (tone front, ia 38th *tr**t, second door west from Lex
ington avenue; siac 20 ay 66. Contains all the modern im*
frovement*. Will be rented low to a good tenant. Apply to
. A L. Ron, 99 Pearl and t>2 Stone itreet
TO LET? ruRMSnED COMPLETE. WITH LINEN,
crockery, Ac., a small three story houee iu We st Tweaty
third street, near Sixth avenue The house ia quite new,
and ha* all tbe modern improvement*. The furniture U
alio new. Addre** U. C., Herald office
TO LET? A riTRNISHED HOUSE FOR THE SUMMER;
a flne location, at d situated ia one of tho pleaeantest
village* o* Herkshlr* county, ?aaaaohu**tt* Term* mode
rate, for further particular* apply to U. C. HULBERT,
No 63 Bookman street, New York.
TO LET-A FRONT BASEMENT, FOR A DOCTOR'S
office, tnrnished or untnrnishel; is a gxd location.
Apply at 202 Wait Thirtieth atreet, in th* basement.
TO LET? THE HOUSB 141 MEBCEB STREET, COM
prising ten rooms, with water aad gaa. 1'osaeasioa im
mediately. Apply within, or 62 Exchange place.
rpO LET.? A LADY AND GENTLEMAN. WITHOUT
X family, reslclrg ia a very desirable locality up town,
convenient to oars and stage routes, would let fly* or *ix
apartment*, p'alnly furnished, with bath, gas and aad par
tial or exo uaive use *t parlor, A*., Reat f76 P*r month ia
advance. A party without children pretetred. Addrei*
Home, Chatham squar* Poat Office.
TO LET? IN FORTY FIFTH STREET A NEW DWKL
line house, with all tbe modern improvements, within
lull yarda of the Sixth avenue railroad Rent low to a good
UtanL Inquire of G. G SHUFELDT, No. 2 Nassau street.
TO LET-LARGE AND HANDSOME APARTMENTS,
at A3 Crosby itreet; Croton water on every flior Rents
tiom 812 per month. Inquire on th* premiiei, and of JOHN
f ANN, 46 Ana stre?t. t csseision given immediately It re
quired.
TO LET-A BANDSOME DWELLING PART OF A
house on Fourth avenue, conaiiting of twelve rooma,
bath, gas, In flne order, and newly painted all through.
Kt nt very moderate. Alio, oottaxe houses to l*t.
E. B. EINSUIMER, 319 Fourth avMM.
TO LIT? TBI LOWER PART OF THE GENTEEL
three iter; dwelling home, 181 Seventh irenao, near
Twenty (bird street. Tbe apartments are very deairanle,
having bedrooms in the tblrd story. Rent ?srr mederatj.
Alio, a couple of untarnished roomi, without board, suitable
tor one or two single gentlemen, '.'all ai above.
TO LIT? AT TllROG'S NECK, WESTCHESTER, FOR
tbe snmmer, a Isr.e cottage, furbished, 14 rooms, with
a pood vegetable garden. a good assor meat of fruit and or
nament trees, carriage house and stable. Inquire on the
pre miees of E. UNDAKUILL.
TT LET.-THI MEW THREE STORY BOUSE U POP
lar street, Brooklyn, within one minute's walk of the
terry. For further particulars inquire of THOVaS MUR
To.*, 212 f> arl street, >ew York.
TO LET-OM 111TB STREET, BE f WEEN THIRD AND
Fourth avenue*, three neat, well finished oottage housoe,
eight rooms each; rent $100; large yard and gardes; would
be let famished. Inquire on tbe premises, or of J DE.N
11 AM, eorncr of Sixteenth street and Ktchtb avenue.
/?f 0 lET-TnE FIRST FLOOR OVER TUK DRT GOODS
JL store 243 Umnwieb s'reet, suitable lor aay light bail.
I est, at a very moderate rent. Apply at the aaove number,
ft 0 LET? TBE UPPER PART OF RoUSE MO. 60
1 Warren street, to one or two small families. Apply at
21 Wanen street.
rpo LET. IN BROOKLYN.? TBE BROWN STONE
X front, 3 story house, y6 PaolAo stree1, filth house from
tbe corner of Bond street, In a handsome r?w of similar
Looses, beautifully situated and in complete order, with
batb. gss and water fixtures. Rent low to a good tenant.
Apply at the offioe of JAMES COCKER A CO., 84 John
street, N Y.
TO LET, VERY CBEAP-TWO STORES, WELL LO
cateo tor s metrics, shoes, or drug*, comer of Siith street
and Fourth avenue, under tbe new Court rooms. Apply to
B. 8ILLICK, 80th street, near Fourth avenue.
^ several*' "A.?r.AI UhR ? "UCK D RKNTS,
loea?ions some of them on very Dron?f?i?? *?0<1 badness
=ai workshop. APPlj
TO LET OR LBASE? TBE DESIRABLE STORE.
Ma. 26 Beekman street, with basement, sub-cellar and
fire proof vaults, very suitable tor wholesale hardware, pa
per or other b*tire?e; also, the first loft extending through
(IKS feet) to Srruce street; fine entrance, and hoJetway on
both streets; also, the tnroe upper lofta, light and commo
dious. Also, at a grestly reduced rent, the fine store No. 18
bpruee street, with basement, vaults, Ac., with steam pewet
if desired. All the above ate fitted up with gas, water,
complete. Apply to J AS. PRICE, JWO Hudson St., or to J.
O. Stevens, 28 Beekman st., up stairs.
rLET OR LEASE-aT ASTORIA. FRONTING H1L
let's Cove, and near the ferries, a neat two eiorr o it
t?|o house with garde* gr mod attached The honse oon
tsi?* tight finished rooms. Just painted anl papered. Rent
1290 per annum For partlenlara apply at 874 Broadway.
mo T1NSM1TBS.? TO LIT, AN OLD F.STABLI9HED
X stai d In South street, one of tbe best in the si'.y tor
ship work: also, tools, Ac., for sale. Apply to P. M. DEMA
HR8T. 4(1 Sooth street
TO THOSE GOING INTO BUSINESS.? TO LET IN
Orsnd street, Wiilitmthnrg, an elegant brlok store, five
rooms attached; would do a >arge business as a dry goods,
uhoiessle shoe or tatlor or fancv cake bakery. Reat SJOO
per kntium. Inquire at 451 Grand street, Williamsburg.
CLOTHHG, AC.
CAST OFF CLOTHING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
wanted? The highest pr'ee given, and eash paid in cur
rent, money. Gentlemen wishing to dispose of olathlaR, of a
seed Quality, for a liberal cash equivalent, are requested to
cell on or addiees JAMBS MOROMEY, 11 Baxter street (late
Orange strtet).
( 11.0TB If O WAMT1D -LADIES OR GENTLEMEN
V having good superfluous clothing to dispjseof, can ob
tain a fair rash pile* for the same, by seeding te the sub
scriber at Mi Elm street or lftl ? bat ham. M. S. COHEN.
M B ?I.sdles attended by Mrs. Cehen.
Almillf HAVING ANY LRfT OFF ci(irn,?n
to (ilipoM of ein rooelve th? ? w i ?
I. B. MAIL STEAMSHIP PAOiriC,
tor iImhh ulwaart, MW to ?!
COLLI!* 8, M Will iwtl Punuhi m immM to to
?? ktui to 1"S i. M. Tto ATLANTIC wall unit the
Ptolfle, and Mil Jeue V. Shipper* will please take aotice
that the shipe of thla Mae nimI earry any goods oontra
kui of war. All liMtr* mast ptn through Um Pest WBec;
m; othcri will MnMMt
TBE BRITISH AMD NORTH AMERICAN ROYAL
Mail Steamship*.
HOD ?rt YOBK TO UTIINOL
ChJef cabin 9U0
Seoond oabln pas-age 73
rioN boston to utunol
Chief Mbll pki f 1 10
Beeond eaols passage <0
The (hi|i* from Sexton oall to Halifax.
ARABIA, Capt. Judkia*, A?CH1CA Caft. Lang,
PikSlA. Cspt Ryrlo, EURJPA, Capt. Shannon,
ASIA, Capt. E c. Lost, CANADA, Capt. Stone,
AFRICA, Capt llarrieoa N1AOARA, Capt. Mitch.
These tmnIi carry a oiear whit* light at masthead; (ml
OB starboard bow; red on port bow.
America, Lang, leave* Boot on Wednesday. Juas 8
Africa, Harrison, " Bos' on Wednesday, June 3U
Asia. Lott, " Boetoa Wednesday, Jaly 4
America, Lang, " Bootes Wednesday, Jaly H
Berths not secured nntil paid for.
Ab experienced surgeon on board.
Tho owneri of theoo ohipi will aot to aooonntablo far (Old,
silver, bullion ipecie. Jewelry, precious itoaoo or metals,
unless bills of lading are signed there: or, aad the (Uat
thereof therein expressed.
for freight or pa- sage aoplv to
E CCNARD Ho. 4 Bowline Green.
There will bo no steamships of this lias from Now York
until further aotiee.
IT1HR VANDERBILT EUROPEAN LINR Of STEtM
J. ships - The flrst.elaes steamship NORTH STAR, War
aosk, master, will len?s Naw York from pier 3D North
river, fool ol Chambers street, to a 00a precisely, oa Satur
day, June 9, lor Havra direct
first olasa passage flic
Boeend " M
The North Star will bo followed by the Ariel Jane 30.
The owner of thoso vessels will aot be aoeoaatablo for
?old, silver, bnillioa, specie jewelry, preeionsistoues or me
tals, nnlets bills of lading are signed therefor, aad the value
thereof thereto expressed
Specie and goods taken to usual rates.
No trelg ht received after boob of the 4?r before ealhag,
?0 berth seaured nntil paid for.
tttets prepaid. IriVe. per H ex., will be reeetvod at tha
offieoup to 11 A. M. of the day of sailing, aad will be oar
ried la itroni Indian ber bags uadsr look, aad oa arrival
at Havre, will he immediately deposited la the Pas*. Ut&oe
there Paroels taken, each prepaid, one dollar aad upwards.
rixcD situ or snuxs,
rmoM new yomt raOM hitss.
North Star June ? Ariel Jnae *
Ariel JaueSO North Star. June.*
North Star July ? Ariel July 21
Ariel Aug. 11 North Star An*. 11
North Star Sept 1 Ariel Sept. 1
Ariel Sept. 22 North Star Sept. 23
North Star Oct. 13 Ariel Oct. 13
Ariel Mot. I North Star Nov. 3
Ariel .Not. 24
These steamships are elaeeed A 1 at the lasaraaee offioes,
and npecie and goods will be iusured ia them at as law rates
ol premiutr an la aay other steamship* that oross the ocean,
for freight or (area**, apply to
D. ToKKANCE, No 5 Bowling Green, New York.
BUHNER, HONTANT A BBAPER, M Rao M. D. des Tie
to ire, Paris.
CBEYSTIE, SCHLORBSMANN A CO., Qnai Casdmlr
Delavlgne, Havre.
OLD BLACK STAR LINR OP PACEETS TO LIYER
pool ?The splsndld packet ship AUSTRALIA, Captain
bmith, will sail for the above port oa Saturday, 9th June.
For cabin, second oa*>in or steerage passage, apply oa hoard
at pier 27, foot of Dover street. East Kivsr, or to
WILLIAMS A UL'ION, 40 Fulton street.
OR LONDON.-THE PACKET SHIP LIVERPOOL,
Will sail Thursday, June 7. For passage apply to
THOS. C. ROCHE, 83 South street.
F
F
OR LIYERPOOL ? THE PACKRT SHIP ALBERT
O ALLA'l IN, will sell 'luesday, June 12 Second eabln
aid steerage passengers will to fouud in a liberal supply of
eooked provisions by the ship. Fare, second cabin, #18;
steerage, $10. The packet ship CONSTUUTION, will
sail Jane 21. For passage in either of the above ships apply
to THUS. C. RoCHK, 83 South str*et.
Tapscotts line op liver^ool packets
l'aeket, 9th June. ? The splendid, aew aad fast sailiag
ship. tV illlam Tapscott, Captain James B. Bell, will posi
tively sail oa Saturday, 9th Jane, her regular day. The
accommodations in this ship for eabln and steerage passes
gers, are unsurpassed; persons about proceeding to Europe
should make early application to seoui 0 bertha oa board,
at pier 38 East liver, or to
TAPSCOTT a CO.. 80 South street.
First ship por livekpool.- the splendid
clipper skip E. C. SCKaNToN, Capt. S(Cno?r, will
sail to morrow. For passage ia cahia, second cabin aad
steerage, (having unequalled aeeonunodatioas,) apply on
board, at pier 28, East ri ? er, or to
SABEL A CORTIS, 33 rmltoa street.
FOR PORTLAND ? STEAMSHIP CALEDONIA, CAPT.
bcudder, will leave pier 13, North rlv?r, on Tuesday,
June 12, at 4 1*. M. Freight taken lor Hontreal, Quebec, aad
for all Eastera porta Apply to JOHN Rktt, oorner ol
Washington aad Albaay streets. Freight received daily at
said pier.
Notice. ? passengers per ship "emerald
Isle," tor Liverpool, are requested to be oa board tho
steamboat, at pier 24, East River, at 9 o'clock this in^rniux,
6th Inst. TaPSCQIT A CO.
THE LIVERPOOL AND PHILADELPHIA STEAMSHIP
lompan) Intend sailing their favorite steamships?
CITY Ot MANCHESTER. 2,128 tons, Capt. Wylie.
CITY OP BaLTIHuRE, tasw,) 2.A38 tons, Capt. ,
CITY OP WASU1NOTON, do.. S.7U0 tons, Capt. R, Leitch.
Salot a S9u, aad <66, aouoiding to state room.
A limited number of third olass passengers will be taken
from Philadelphia aad Liverpool, and fouad ia previsioas
From Philadelphia S30 I From Liverpool t4fi
Parties wit. h teg to bring out their Iriends, eaa obtain cer
titcaMM of passage aad drafts oa Liverpool, is sums of SJ
sterling: snd upwards. Apply to SaHUEL SMITH, agent,
17 Walnut street, Philadelphia, aad No. 7 Broadway, New
York.
Bremen, via Southampton.- the united
8mm mail steamship WASHINGTON, B. Cavendy,
oomsanaer, will tail for Bremen. touching at Seuthamptoa
to land (he eisili and pasiengete for England and France,
on Ssturdsy , June 16, at U e'eloek M., from pier 37 North
river. Price of passage (rem New Terk to Southampton or
Brenet:?
In flrit oabln, main saloon. $1)0
In first cabin, lower saloon 110
In scoond eaola U)
An experienced surgeon ii attached to each itoamer. Spe
cie delivered in Havre or London. All letter* most pace
through tie Poet crflioe. For pasiage or freight apply to
t. H. SAND, Agent, 11 South w tUlam street.
The steamer Hermann will meeeed tbo Waebingtou, and
(All July 14.
CLIPPER SniP GALATEA, FOB SAN KRAN CISCO, IS
now rapidly loading at pier 10 Eaat r.ver, and will
potitively tail on or before Saturday, 10th Jane, iuet.
bMrien will pleaee have all their freight on b.ard by
taturday,9th, um hand in their billi of lading, for signa
ture, to SUll Oh A CO., SB South street, corner of Wall.
Australia independent line-only vessel
in port now up for Australia. ? Tbe splendid A 1 clip
per a hip irj'tal Palate, 1 UUti tone burtheu, Oapteia U. r.
Simmons, will be despatched for Melbourne on the 20tb
June, en ber scoond to) age, having made her tirst in tMdays.
'ihe accommodations ot this tine snip for paasenreri are of
the very be?t, both la first and seenad cabin*, of whioh onlr
a limit* d number ? ill be tikes Having most of Iter eargo
engaged, passengers can Jepead on there being no detention.
Fcr fretght or peerage, apply oa board at pier 13 Gut river,
or to At KILL A LlLIoI 146 Pearl itreet, or to MAIL
1 I B A LORD M Wall itreet.
_ CSTRALIA ? PIONEEB UNI ? CARRYING THE
J\. U iiited Btatee inaU ? The celebrated A 1 dipper shif
NIGHTINGALE, Captain Matbor, for Melbourao, will be
despatched on her second voyage about the 30th June, hav
ing made ber last In tbe uaMaeedonted time of 76 day*. Has
excellent accommodations for painemrers and freight. Ap
ply at the once of R W. CAMEBON, No. 6 Bowling Green,
and lib Wall street.
New yore and new obleans steamship
Company.? For New Orleans, stopping at Havana?
larroini tbe United States mail? The steamship BLACK.
H aKRIOR, J. D. bullock, commander, w>ll eummonoe re
ceiving freight on % hurtday, Jnue 7, and sail lor tbe above
ports on Saturday, Jane V, at 13 o'clock from pier at foot
of Robiasvn street, North river Freight for the interior
and tor Mobile, eoixigned to our agents in New Orleans,
"James Connoly A Co.," will bo forwarded free of commis
sions. Passeniers for Havana must procure passpurti tie
lore leaving port. Bills of lading mast be sent la lor signing
the evening previous to the sblp sailing. For freight or pas
sage, apply to LI? IN GBTON , CKOCHEBOm A CO.,
Aeents, 31 Broadway,
N B.? Ths Cahawba, R W. Shutelit, commander, will
succetd tbe Black Warrior, aad sail Monday, June 26.
FOR SAVANNAH AND FLORIDA.? UNITED STATES
mail liue.? Tbe new and elegant steamship ALABAMA,
Cap). Geo. R. Schenok. will leave New York fer Savannah
on Wednesday, June t>. from pier No. 4 North river, at 4
o'e'ock P. M. Bills of lading fUned on bea'd. For freight
apply on toard, or for passage to SaML L MITCHILL, Id
Broadway. Fer Florida, through tickets from Nsw Fork to
Jacksonville, 931; Pilatka, 133 Ths Itnoxvills, C. D. Lud
low, will lueeeed, aad leave oa Saturday, June 9.
ITOR CHARLESTON AND FLORIDA? SEMI WEKKLT
J1 U. S. Mail I.ln*.? 1 be steamship SOUTHERNER, T.
Ewen, commander, wUl leave pier No 4 North river, ca
Wedresday, Juie 6, at 4 o'elook P. M., oreoisely. Por
freight apply on board, where all bHla of lading will be
ficiied; and for passage at tbe office of SPOFFOBD. TILES
1 ON A CO., 29 Broadway. Thioogk tickets to Floridmt
follows;? 1o Jacksonvllls, $31; to Pilatka, 133. The Jss.
Adger will succeed, aaa leave on Saturd ?y, June 9.
L OR NORFOLK, PETERSBURG AND RICHMOND.?
T The United Btatee maU steamship ROANOKE, T.
Skinner, commander, will <eave pier No. IS North river, on
Wednesday, June'bth, at 4 o'clock P. V.. will arrive at
Norfolk tbe next sfteraooa, aad at Petersburg and Rich
mond tbe following morainf. From Norfolk, passengers for
the gcuth proceed by railroad direct, with through tioketi
from Welden to Wilmington, Charleston, Ae. Passage aaf
fare to Norfolk, 98; to Petereb?rg and Bichmoad, 910; steer
ege. half prieo. Through tickets to Lyaehburg, 914. Apply
to tUDLAM A PLEASANTS. Mo. 31 Broadway. N. B.-N?
'reiaht taken for Riehmoad.
FOR PETERSBURG AND NORFOLK -THE STEAM
sblp ROANOKE, Captain Skinner, is now loading at
Pier 13, N. R , for Petersburg and Norfolk, and will leave "?
Wrdnesdsy afternoon at 4 o'elook. LUDlAM A PLEA
SANTS, 32 Broadway.
ASTBOLOGT.
Arteologt and phrbnoi-ooy? rni celebra
ted Mrs FLEURY, from Parii. whose relation has been
consulted by Napoleon 1., gives infermatiea on all events of
:ife, at VS Brooms itreet.
CARD -MADAM PREWSTBB RETURNS THANKS Tf
ber fritnds and natrons, aad baas to say that, after tin
tbouiaads, both la this city aad Philadelphia, who have ceo
suited her w'th entire satisfaction, shs tsels non&dnnt that
n queiticne ?f sitrolofy, love and law matters, aad boeki
er oracles, as relied on constantly by Naaoieoa. she hasas
? goal Shs will tell the name of the ftmre huibaad. aad
? fso tho retne of hsr visiter. Beoidanee 7# Madlsea itrset,
i no door from Catberiae.
MBS. BACKER, RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCES TO
ber friends that she has removed to 902 Broome strset,
l> rmorly 3ff Llspeaard, where she eaa ho eonsnlted, about
Is wiui' s. marrivgss, business, color or the hair yd character
cit tbe husband. t
ADAMB ALWIN, FROM PARIS TIN DIRS tlER
servloea >o ths ladies aad gettlemea of this aity, ia
Pbresology. Shs can bo eoaversed with about leva, mar
riage. business, de . and will tsll the name of tie lady or
? sntlemsn tbey will marry; also ths nants of her visitors,
ta^ane Alwin converses in ths English, Fienehaud Gtr
nan languages Reeidcace, 309 Bowery, between First and
rond evenaee.
ti aDAMB MOBROW? THIS HIGHLY GIFTED LAD1
J?1 is a seventh danghtar, aad has a Bat are) rift to tall aG
tbo events of life, evaa tbe very thoughts. She la tka meal
wonderful Astrologer ia tbe world No charge if not satis
fled 71 Br oa mo street near Caaaea. Geatlemea not ad
mitted.
N1
ft
? LOTS GARDEN ?TIME OF COMMBwCSME.NT -
Door a *Mn M 7; U llBmlMl M JK; in
rtM >1 8 o'clock prxt aly.
MB AND HAABISON ENGLISH OPBBA COMPANY.
c?tii*i v or?ii tiiir >NMT.
WEDNESDAY. JCNE ?.
Doaiietti'a charming e?m? opera. in two act*. iitllM Ux
DAUGHTER o> tbb kigimbmt.
1hI?. Thulttn, and l>ig|klu ef tbe Biii
??nt Kim Lsuiaa Pyne
Marchioness Mia* Pyx
Hortenaiua Mr. Hornoaatle | Salpie* ?r Borrani
Tenlo us. W. BtrilNf
Thandav- |i,n, m'S SOMNAMBULA.
Friday -Walleec's MABITANA.
Baturdey-lJaUes BOHEMIAN GIRL.
_ . . araciAi. aoTica.
?<?>??
Pri'in Boxes ts
Orchestra bull f |
*01 offlee open daily from 8 A. M.'ti 4 P. it., for securing
Orchestra Beats and Private Boxes only.
BUBTON'S THEATRE. CHAMBERS STREET ?
Tbtridtr, Jane 7.? An excellent coa.e entertain
?lit, lor the benefit of
MR B 0. HANN.
ALL THE WORLD'S A STAGE.
Digger* Mr. U. C. Jordan
Jenny ? ? ?? ?? ????? ? Mid Annie Lee
THAT RASCAL JACR.
Baj?b1 Jul ? ?? Mr. John Dona
(Hia flrat appearance her* for three years.)
A DAY aftkr the fair
Mr. Georga Holland in six different charac'.era.
Mr. B. Yates in A Comic Dacee
Plant/ of Sobs* and Daaces.
BABNUM'S AMERICAN MUSEUM? OPEN EVERT
Day aad Evening, with ltj iuiuidm array oi Cuncsi
tiea and Amuaemeete.
THE l.HAND NATIONAL BABY SBOW
Will take place on
TUB9DAY WEDNESDAY. THURSDAY and PBIDAY,
Jane 5, (i. 7 aud 8, 1NJ6, whan the moat
INTERESTING DISPLAY UP HaNDSuMB INFANTS,
a* wall ?? the moat extraordinary collrotion at
TW. N S, TRIPLETS, AND t aT BABIES.
aver witnessed ia the world, will he presented, and upward
" ELEVEN HUNDRED DOLLARS IN FBBM1VM3
distributed among the moat meritorious by tha lady judges.
Tbe moat ample arrangements have been made for mgrees
and ecroai at th- Mnaeum on thia oeoaaian. by whach
IORTY THOUSAND VISITERS
may be comfortably aooommodated, on eaah day of the Baby
Show, during the hours set apart lor that exhibition. The
Baby Show will con tinne
EACH Day, FROM 11 A. M. TO 3 F. M.,
and at 3 o'clock on Thursday afternoon
TBE A DDK ESS, hlf MKS. L. N. FOWLEB,
will be delivertd inthe Lecture Roim.
TO DAY, (WKIOESDAY,) JUNE 6.
THE PRIZE ilABi of tha whole show (to wbiob $100
was awarded) exnlblted.
The Children under ono year of age.
All the Twins, Triplets. Fat Babies. Be.
Entertainments in tbe Leetura Rood:? In the morning, at
12 o'clock, m well a? tnls afternoon, at 3, and tins evening,
at 8 o'clock.
GEO. CHRISTY k WOOD'S MINSTRELS, 473 BROAD
way, above Grand street.
Oi-BN EVERY EVENING.
For this week, Ethiopian Minat relay, Dancing, Ac., son
eluding with tbe
WANDERING MINSTREL.
Doors open, 6>a; commenoe. 8 o'oloek.
Ticket* 8 aenU
All bnaineaa transaoted by H. Wood.
PER II A MS ETHIOPIAN TROUPE, 663 BROADWAY.
GREAT Bl'RlESOUE ??N NATIONAL BABY SHOW,
which baa been greeted at eaoh perlormanoe with
TREMENDOUS APPLAUSE.
will be presen'ad every evening this week at. 8 o'clock, and
Wednesday and Saturday afteraooua at 3.
Preceding tie Baby 8h?w.
NcGRO MINSTRELSY, DANCING, Ac.
Tickets, Scents. Gilt Tickets admit four pearsona each
1S1D0RA CLARK
THE
AMERICAN PRIMA DONNA.
respectfully luiorms her friends and tha public, that her
third aad last
CRAND CONCERT
in this city will take plaoe on Tuesday evening, June 12.
A CURE FOR HARD TIMES.
Pkbham a Uhkat UirT Distbibi'tioh
Positively takes plaoe on 6th of Jaly.
Remember that tioketg arc only 91 eaoh.
Amongst tbe gilts to be dbtxibntcd ia a
Splendid farm, worth $16,000
1 loan of oasb 1,000
1 loan ot eash 2,000
1 lean of cash 1,000
2 loans of casb, fftlO taoh 1,000
10 loans of oash, $100 each 1,00^
Tbe 2:40 trotting mare Lilly Dale l.fiOti
10 R'sewtod (ianos COOU
60 Gold watches, Ac., Ac
Send orders all for tickets to
JOSIaH PERHAM, Adams Hoar*. Boston.
THE GRAND CONCERT MONSTRE, A LA JULLIEN,
advertire.l to tal e place laat evening, (Jane 5,) at the
Broadway Tabernacle, was unavoidably postpined in con
sequence of r.csrly tbo entire orchestra engaged bein^c com
pelled to at tend a full rehearsal tor the opera of Norma,
at tbe Academy of Musio, and the utter inability of the
manager to re-organiie an orchestra of sufficient power aud
merit to give effect to the Firemen's Quadrille, and othor
pieces advertised in pronramme. All money* received tor
tickets s,.ld will be returned by applying a*, the Broadway
labeinacle and muaie stores, F. HUGHES.
NEW YORK, JUNE 5. IBM.? THOMAS B. JOHNSTON,
Esq. Sir? At a regular meeting of tne New York
Dramatic bociety. held ou Saturday evening, 2d inst. , the
following preamble aud resolution ware adopted, via: ?
Whtreas, Mr T. B. Johnston, the dUtingu.jhed oome
dian. late of Bnrtrn's Theatre, ia about leaving u?. tor the
fiurpoae ?f e<nbarliag it a i igher branch of his proi'easion
n a ?iater city via.. Manager of the City Museum, Phila
dflphia, therefore
lictolved, 'ihat we, tbe members of the New York Dra
matic Society, do hereby tender to our friend, Mr. Thomas
B. Johnston, a complimentary barafit, te eventuat s at such
time aid place ns be may duslgnate, and that we invite xuch
other of his trienda to join ur as may desif * to aid in paying
a well merited compliment to the actor, tbe man, and tbe
gentleman.
Respectfully yours,
G B Dk FOREST, Chairman of Committee.
T. fl. Kimr, I'retioent N . Y. D.S.
J. Nohth, te:ret*ry.
F. J. A. JIoolk, Treasurer of Committee.
New York, June ff, 18V.
G i jttli urn? A peraon in publ'c position it so frequently
subjected to mingled occurrences or good and evil ae not to
leal either as aontsly as more retiring members of the com
munity: but I oocfess to having bean as much surprise! as
tiatifled at your kind intention of conferring apon me the
onor of a complimentary benefit, and I read your letter
with honest pride, and thank yon fir it with heartfelt gra
titude. In removing irom New York, be aaaared that the
generous k'ndness or its citisen* will aver remain indelibly
and lerventlv im^rer ed upon my memory, and thia last
of your own liberality will not be forgotten until my heart
eeaaes to heat I leave tbe plaoe and time of tb* oomph
mentary with yourselves and whatever sommitteee yon may
be pleased tu appoint, and remaiu, yonrs obediently and
iratemlly, THOMAS B. JOHNSTON.
Messrs, G- B De Forest, Chairman of Committee; T. S
Nlma, President t*. Y. D. S.; J. Norte; F. J. A. Boole, Ac.,
committee.
MR. A. SEDGWICK'S CONCERTINA CONCERT.?
CLiatse Brotnu. WU Bfoa??ay.? Thursday, June 7 ?
Vocalist*:? ?<'?d*tn<s Lovarnet, Duckworth, Brown. Mw?r?.
Vrazer, George Harriaon, Stocpe,, Itrown Concertina duet,
Mearra. Sedgaicknnd Field. Retained aeats, M ceo ts; tick
et). 20 cents; to be hid of A St I'U WICK, Teacher of Piano
and Concertina, ,'4(. lire o me street.
TO LET-CONCERT AND EXHIBITION ROOMS, AT
Odn fellows' IlaU, I'atemon, N. J. Good stage. scene
ry. Ac. Apply personally or by letter to WALW3LEY A
KINCH, on the promise*.
r> DRAMATIC AOTIIORS.? THE UNDERSIGN RS
DToporM to the dramatic aatbori In the United Statee.
to invito tb?ir exertions in behalf of tie drama, to a onmpe
tition for the following: - Tor the bast farce, la which at
Irish male nod Yankee female oharaeter shall be tbo leadint
feature*? One hundred ud nfty dollar! . >'or tha boet drama,
in three act*, with aa Irish male and Yankee female ohara*
ter? Throe hunurad dollar*. For the boot comedy, in throt
or five acts, in which an Iriah male and Yankee female oha
racier shall be the most prominent? flee hundred dollar*
i hex sums will be paid to the suceeeaful authors respective
ly. The decisions will be made kya competent, disinterest
ed eommittee of Ave gentlemen. The latost term for the re
oejntion of the trtays, which are to be sent to the subscriber
102 Ea*t Nineteenth street, or the Broadway Theatre, li
the first day of August next. The subscriber deems niuaell
called upon by the rroent wholesale piracy of his pri
vate tranuacripts, to make tto above proposals, In the hop*
that hereafter he may be aole to protect authors and artists,
in some meaanre, from the unprincipled use of indlvidua'
property. bARNEY TIIMaM. Comedian.
KXCVU?IO<8.
EXCURSION.- THE TROOP OT NEW YORK GER
man Morse Guards wtl. hold their twenty first annual
target excursion on Wednesday, the Cth instant, at Heights'
Hotel, (Hunter fly road. L. 1.) Stages will run through the
day from the station of the Fulton avenue railroad, at Bed
jord. SCIIWANEWRDEL A SCHklVER.
Excursions -the favorite iron* bar'K
IRENE, Wfth two oommodiou* deoka, 1*1 by 31) foot, u
now keinr put In good order for excursion*, and can be "bar
tered br day. week or season. Apply to Capt. SNYDER,
on board, Adams ttreet, Brooklyn.
BXCURSIONS.-THR LARGM, commodious and
well known steamer AMERICA and barge Coxsaokio. to
lot for excursions, with an additional barge if repaired.
For particulars and making oontracts, inquire of Captain
LEVI FRELIGH, on board the ettamer America, toot of
Jay street, North river.
EXCURSIONS TO THE FISHING RANKS.? THE NEW
sea steamer GOLkEN GATE, Captain Anderson for
merly captain of the ateamer Laura Knapp), will make an
excurtic* to the Banks ovary day during the annmnr (Sun
days excepted); leaviig Amoe atroet at 7 o'olook; Spring
street at 7m; Peek slip at 8; Broome strict a*. K'?. and Pier
No. 8 North river at If o'olook. M. B-? A fine ootillon band
accompanies the boat.
mo CHAETER FOR EXCURSI&NS-AV I I.E'JANT
X first class steamer. Apply ft ALEX. M. C. SMI Ml, >32
West street.
_ _ TRAYEUEHI' QUIDS.
lJi?R REYPORT AND FORT HAMILTON.? THE NEW
J? and fast steamboat KEY PORT leaves New York, feot of
Murray street, dally, Sundays excepted, atto'nlvak t>. M.,
returning ioavoa Key pert at 1% o'clock A. M. Fare V> oeats
Persons desirous of visiting one of the moot healthy and
beat bathing places in the vicinity of New York ean tind it
at Keyport, and business men oaa bo in Now York from
half poet 9 A. M until 4 P. *U
For coney island and fort hamilton.-the
steamer NOKWaLK will oommencs her regular trio*,
as above, on Fiioay, June 1 lF'SA, leaving New York as fol
lows:? Pier foot or amos street, at ?!? A. M., UC and SW
P M; pier foot ot t>pring street. S^i A If , and 13)i and Aw
P. M pi<r No 3, North river, lo a. M.. I and ? P. *L; laav
in* Coney Inland last trip, at 1'. M, Faro to Coney
Inland and kaek to New Yotk, 2A cents. No half prioe for I
children.
FINK ARTS.
1APY ARTIST WAN TED? TO GO TO A DISTANT '
J city. To one who is a good copyist, and nndtr?taiide 1
r? t ailing old paintings, constant employ will be given ttoo
jear round, l'leaae address f iae Arte, Herald nfflee.
KPIRm'ALINM,
(CLAIRVOYANCE, DISEASE. MEOICINE? THlToAUSB |
J and seat of di-eat.es eoirsotly told. Host ot nature's
choicest remedies preavibed by clairvoyant p*rooptl<ia i
Correct account given of nkeent friends, b'isUeae, Ac. All
ri*esFO?, particularly weak, di oaaed and deformed aplnoe
and nervon* diaeaaea, tioattd by electricity. Office No. 17? I
Grand ttreet.
SPIRITUALISM -MISS SEaBRING, THR WELL
known tost medium, assisted by two anperior medinma. I
will held circle* dally tor Investigation, elrelsa lor develop
leg medium* Tuesday and Friday evenings; hours from 10 I
to It, S to ft, S to 10. Riome ft7l Broadway, tto the
Metropolitan Hotel. Private eirelt* apply the day kef ore. I
aJMtwauunf.
t principal role* will ? MuMltW
MM*. ANNA DE LA QtkrMm.
UQMOB Rirr?iLI
A CADBMY 07 MUS1R? LAST fm.-IW T??
A |m< Ub*. the
Li OU>OB OPBBA TBOOra
will perform Bellini'* well iwii "Mr*.
1 PUBITaML
on viDMsDtr ?r?^fno. jruw* C.
The jpntelpal^olec wtllee aej>?*fl?d by
_ nuit
HIUNOK MOBBLLI, a?4
? monob mabmi. _
DUMtor Ml CeaCnrter teMilCU
htiiiuirWiKml at a?l> i 8v?'?: JoUie1*, TU?Mw<
?n; ??< *? tK? <?t *??* iTiiAH
ef lidt
-J*1?***.!' A4?l?l?m -P?fqji.V i?a*,?et Cirate, ?*?*??
2?!t'e.% tT.u C***? M
Dooraoooa a?7 V th* up?ih u mmmn *48 ?
BOWBBT THEATRE-I. P V aLDBOM, PEOPBIBTO4
u< Manager; Rober Joaee Itui Vuim hiM
?f UnlKkl :-Boxe?, V> omu'4, PH will) ISM
c?bU; Priv?te Box**, $6 w f it. exit j *?i*ia?. Jim t.
Benefit ol Macdootld Mar^regor.
TUI AVKNOkK.
Orud Dlvertiiement Preach and ^pariah DttNn
OUB UAL I WIDOW'S V1CHM.
THB VILLAFaNI.
Metropolitan thbatre. beoadwat, oppo
?Ite Bund tiriet ? Le?tee and Manager, Mr. BMkttl.
Door* open at 7 commt n*? at7*, o'clock
W IDMSDAt, jVI- I 0.
I aft ulnht but three ?( the iea?oa, aI?o of Mr. BMtail'f
appear a Re*
Laat aigLt of the
MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR.
Sir John Falataff. (tb? am' r?u? (night) Mr. ilaekett
Dr. CaloK, < a Preach pbyticitn Mr. Metric Baraatt
f" de Deux Duev Barr* and 0. W i aaitA
LaManola S*o<rita &>it<> and Hone. CvrtM
To conclude with an I riat. farae b y Mr Sloan, called
? . ? MlbMK?l?M.
Thursday? Bern-fit of Bhlw.RITA H0TU.
Friday, <U?t tiuifjKhG IIKNRY IV
Saturday, MR. U ACK.E TT'S Benefit and lait nigUt ?! lb#
OUCEIBY'B SEKKN A ULhb, XH BROADWAY.? MON
J3 day eveeing , Juno *. ai.u all thia week, the mill
bnrletta ?< the _
TWO PtlMPEYS.
Pompey Mo. I R. Btahop Baekley
Introducing tortral ori^'fA1 muwal oompotiiuiaa.
NEC ho ?|i>araM,Di,
?t a eurerior erder with tie olebra'ed G. S. Buckley )* bit
new piece, tRi.W OUT SUAMUtiAl.
Continence* at it o'clock Ticket*. M eeuU.
JOHN R. SMITH'S GRAND TOUR OP BOBOPB
AND .*1 Et.E or MullASrorOL.
At Ckimn Asomblv Noomi 039 Broadway,
?bowing una hi mihu viiws,
forty teet wide, of llie principal
CITlE* AND OBJBCiS UK INTEREST IN BUBCFE.
Every eveniur. at 8 (-'clock; and every Saturday aHcr
aoon, at 3 The mnaio by Mr. Alwya Field, ot London.
Ad miction It coat*
Franklin museum. bo. ? bowbby. nbably
oppocitc the Bower) T tie at re Pcrformaace* rrtrj af
ternooa, at S, and every e?euin*. at 8. N. B. ? Straagan
Will wbeervc tbat toe franalin U imm ii the oalypteMte
the United Statu where 'he Modal Articti are iifablM.
with other orltinal ee'ertalnmeaU Bern ma bea^ No. M
Bowery.
WALLACE'S TDK AIRE. ? FRBNCH VAUDBVTLLB
nikbt. Louni elu? Jma, IS66.? L'n* femme i|?l i?)?tt?
par le lenftie, vaudeville en tin ac'e; L'AnKlatc Ceariete,
C banocanette comique; La orde Sensible, vaudeville en on
acte; Ln garvon de eh<i Viry, vaudeville en an aoM. Prt>
dec Planet.? -Lore* d'avan' ccAue? 17, Logee de HirtHr,
>f>; 8'allec d'oiehentre, ?l; prenidrec, ga erieaand paiqaet,
fill vestc; deuxivtue* caltiie* 3 eeatc. Le* buraaaa ceiri
ront ii 7 hc ure*; on couimeuceru 18 b.
Academy of music -in order to appbbd
every portion of the muaieal public an opper??aliy et
heating the eminently di*tin?ul*b*d rooaliatc crmprMnf the
LaGRa?UE TkOUI'B,
Prior te their depaituie 'rum ' hit city,
ONE CKaND CONCERT
Will ha <i*ea
On Tki'Rmia v Evcivmc Jt'irc.1,
When they will be aeciitad by an etfleient vhora* aed a ecm
Plete orchectra.
Mncical Diieetor and Cond uctor Signer Ardlti.
PERHAM LEADS BAKNUM
IM TUB BABY SHOW BU9TNBSS.
judging by the immasae crowd* aud hearty laughtar kin
and beard at
(ICS BROADWAY, NIGHTLY.
C CAUTION.? THE MESsSS. BUCKLEY NOW. AND
) for year* back piviiig 'heir Burluque Opera aaa B-Jile
pian Eutertainmente at uuckley * upwa Homo, 38# Broad
way, perceiving that *ome company 1* playing in WMhiag
ton, D. O., under the title o< " Unoklev'* aertnadera, from
New York," take leave tc io'oriu the citiien* of WaaMagtea
that tbey have no conucetioa wbatover with " the people"
amuming their name* J AS BUCKLEY A SONS.
Metropolitan theatre.? senorita soto rb
?pectrnlly annonnc** to her fri?nd* and tbe public
that her benefit i* fixed for t* uinrr j?, Thurnday evening,
June 7, on which occa?<>>n a telect entertainment vtll be
given. Madame Ferrari, the eu.iuent Italian Prima Doaaa,
will iiig. and Mits Fanny klorant, the celobtatod aetre**,
(late olrrury late 1 heatre, Lonoon ) who baa alto volun
teered, together with Mr Uackttt, a ill perform. Por fur
ther particular*, ice future announcement*. Box ibevt now
opes.
A DECIDED HIT. ? L?. IT OUTER IMMUNSE,
AT I-EKHaM'S BABY SHOW,
a* prcrtnted to the crowded auJiencc* ?i*iting
Perham * Ethiopian opera liouce, iMi Broadway.
BROOELYN MUSEUM -PRIDAY EVENING, JUNE
S ? leitimoniai to .? a n, u hi Duughertv. ? LADY OF
LtONS and THE TWO BONN Yt'AsTI.ES Reheartal.
Wodneaday evening, Jme *>, prnmpt The whole ot tbe
1be*pian Aaaooiution of New York have volunteered, ter
theoccation, with Mitt Kate Qcuter Ac.
(CONCERT FOR THE BFN1 FIT OF THE TWENT1BTII
J ttrcet Coigregatiinal v'nuroh, to be given at tbe Cborcb
of the rnritani, (Rev. Ur tbeevcr'a > Ubi?n tiuare, on
Wedneadaj *\enini:. June 6. . r -gramme.? Part I. ? Volun
tary organ, H. C. 'liuim. 1. Cboiua, '"Hall Glorioua Sua"?
Haydn; 2. Duet, "Graceful Oonnori"? Uaydn? Mi** M. 8.
Uralnard and J. Concor fiuith; 3 Ana. "Fao ut Pcrten "
Mil* Jamicion? Ro?a ni. 4 Svlot and (Jhorui, 'Prayer from
Mo?ei in Epypt" ? Kiaaiui. 6. Recitative and Air. ''Bulb
and Naomi," Mr . O. R Etntrt ? Tipliffe, 6. Recitative aad
Air, ''With Vtrdnre Cad," tliai M. a. Bramard, aeoom
panied by Dr. C. W. Beami' ? Uaydn;* ''Sleeper* Awake,"
tr?m the Oratorio of bt. Paul? llei.del**nbn. Part 2.? 1.
(.'burn*, "How Lovely are tbe Me*>engin"? Mesdeliaebn;
2. Aria, "Ave Maria, 1 Ui>* M. S. bra-nerd, accompanied
by Dr C. W. Be ami-? Ckenibmi; S Duet, "Quia eat Home,"
MiaeJ Stuart and Mis* Anna <-ri?wold? Roatini; 4 Qaar
teite, "Prayer"'? Roaaini; t>. Arta "Ktjoice Greatly," Mr*.
G. R. Stuart ? Handel (1 hec>t?tlve and, Air. "On Mighty
Fena."Miaa Jemieton? Hayc ?; 7 Choru*. "Ilallelejab"?
Hasdel. Conductor Mr H C. Timma. The cbomeeite be
?natWned by a number or our principal recilant fiacera.
Ticket!, 90 cent*; to te ebtaineH of IVm Hall A Soae and ef
Groveeteln A Trmlow, next door ts the St. NicboUe Hotel,
aad at tbe door on tbe ovcaing of the performance. Concert
toccnimencc at f o'clock.
HARRY BUBNHAM. THE YOUNG CONTINENTAL
OF 1776. i* to be performed, on Friday evealac. Jnne 8,
en tbe oceation of tbe ?tand testimonial benefit t?llr. Tbo*.
C Steere.
OLYMPIC CIRCUS 4f> HOWERY, UNDER A SPACI
ou* auinmer pavilion ? H. Iraaooai aad Hnrnell Rnn
nalle, proprietora. Open every evening. Afternoon per
formance* on Wedneiday and Saturday.
?EDICAL.
DR. PERRV. 87 FRANKLIN STREET, NEAlfTAT
lor'a aaloon, may Be coa.ultid en certain Iimmw ?r*-b
certainty at ancceta Dr. I"erry li tb? agent for Duval'*
Frexoh remedy tar lem?l<! irregalaritiea. Pr oe %L
R. COBBBTT, lk DC AN* RTRBET, MAT BR ?OJt
?sited with ootifldenoe ob eertAlm dieeaaee; 31 ywil la
D
DR COOPER. U DUANB 6TRKIT, BO LONG KNOW*
to the eitlxenta of New York M the muet nemtitl
praetltioner this eountr) eau bowl of, eor:t..aeee u H
eon tailed at bU old etfioe, relievtac the antortaaata, aad
(iviny ooniolatlot to aany an echini heui If. B.? Br.
C. xaaranteei a en re in all tame undertaken
1>R. JOHNSON, 1C DUANE STREET, HAS PRRTORM
XJ *4 more oared than any ether medioal naa la New
York. Vt. J.'? treat nit ot I* ?afe aad expedltloaa: hia medi
cinal ean be taken without fea? of detection. (margee me
derate, aad tbe moner refunded It eetiafeetioa la aM ilvei.
Doctor v. pfeiffer, hydropathic and bo
tarica'. die tor. othce -17 > ??? bevente-nth (treat,
curea ?i eumatiani, diarrhoea, aid diaeaae ?f loan etand
Inr, and all anting ftom an ltrpn'e etate of tbe blood.
Alto, bla olntmei t Tor borne aad tca'dt Office boure from
7 to 9 o'clock, a M. and from 1 tol o'clock. P.M ; eveaias.
from 8 to tt.
DR. WARD'!* CN FORTUNATE 9 FRIEND, $!, WITH
a book.? Juat what tboaa want who hare en traced
cirtatei, namely, a cure at onoc, aad uo delay and mere ei
l*nte. Qrtateat etira iu tbe world by Dr ward'* " (J a For
tnnate'tfFrirnd." Afflicted taka aotlea ? no otbar remediee
oan enra yau radically. Slight eaaae oarad la a fa w ho are:
nothing aha doae It No 80 Canal ? treat, one door eaat of
Broadway, ie the plaoe to f tbia rapid aad thorewgh
lamedy? nowhere alta in New Vera A cure warranted ay
Dr. B ard. Patientt anxioet for rellaf may rely an a rapid
enra by bla treatment, wii ben* taxing the ayittm. Altera
tion ot dial or cearation faom bnilneat not repaired.
Dr powers lames silver, tomc and pbri
odic pill*, known to t>? the only certain on re for weak
neat. trrepalaritiei and obatraetii at $1 par bo*. Latter*
*ill receive attention. Sold at Dr. WARD 3, 42 Canal ai.
DR. HUNTER'S RED DROP CURES
treatment of other p'jtieiaaa aad all other i.
? ail. It la y oar only ralianea foi a thorough eara la tea* a la
dieeatat. Na. 3 Diviaion atraat, the ealy place aaw a* well
knowa lor tba maty extraordinary auret It baa pertanaai
wlthoat diet ar hladraace from bntiaaaa, whea all other re
mediet only drive tba dtaeaae in the blood ? CI only. TUi
?ennraa tbe patient from aeonadary attache, aad ia the eato
remedy on earth that doea It. Tea will lad thla tt?4* Wk
tar experience, if job traat to aay other medielae. fthae
onrad tbonaandi of eat** tbat never would have beea eared
without It Dr Hnnter raatoraa people to health dally, whe
bare beea almott rciaed by marour/ aad eauetiee by the
bnmbnra
Important to n males -dr. Dubois- office
Agency for tbe exclttaive treatment of all dieeaeee ao4
oen t to femelee, No l? i.ex inj.ton avenue, near Weet Tweetv
tevtnth itreet and Fourth avenae. Kemediea for female
daran ?men',t lrom $1 to 13 Ad Tire gratia. CnaaaltaMen'*
and lettere eoofldea'ial Mail letter* eontalalag SOeerved
with advice and medlciao by retnrn poat Relief xaaraateed
in all catee. Patient* from a dietaaee provided with eligible
board, nnrtiag and attendanoe.
MLARMONT, PARIS AND LONDON PHF81C1AB
? and inrreon, anther ef tbe Medical Adviser aad Her
ria*e I. tilde, S45 paget. 76 engravirga, (ret Had by hia, reeled
oloeely , to nay ad dree* for M.) la eoaaalted at 43 Raaaa
etreet, corntr of Broad* ay .from 11 a. ft. till 2, aad dte '
1' M., bnsdaya excepted. Thoae at a dtttanoe treated by
mail and expreea. we eonaar aith other p?per* la n**m
r-?ndiii* Dr. L. aad fi\?traatlae ? Ditpetah, Courier de Etatd
Ualt, Day Booh, Steati Zeltaa^, Natioaal Democrat. Ae.
SURE CVR%? DR. WARD'S UNPORTUNATB;i
Friend aow iTated bafera every ether reaedy. The ealy
enT? known. l*> not
remedy that will not di?*rp?'nt- Qatta arl^inal jHhart
merenrt er mineral peiaeae No eoa i
a ate 'a Friend butexrtetted hie adi nlrai
eoatllv pleaaant at ealutarv. * #**
OBoe Canal at,, one door eaal at B raeawav
TO NERVOUS SITFIRERS ?A RETIRED PHFSI.
clan, who poteet?et a r eecrlptloa that proved aSeetaal
in reetorin* bin. to health In a f'w day*, after yeara ef aaftt
... (rem rearrel *.e^oue debility, Ie aaxione to make 14
brown Win tend free ihe preecriptioa aaed. Direat ta
Pr E?. WILLIAMS. No. 21* Waihlactoa atreat, Breohlya,
f rw York.
Tj*B NOTICE.? DR. HAZI.BTT HAS TAKEN TBE
lllprodrome, tar ra*eivin^ all ttat are aflieted with Me
ear*? of tbe body. A balm tor every aire Cbildrea, eeae
nrt o ma. I tbaP make thee whole, ttflioa om Tuead-v.
Jrre b. eomrr Twenty-third ttiaet aad Broadway, from K>
e'elcch till 1

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