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lUiura, D?>, 37, 1553. to t?r nitron or tim 8 ik? i here bu bee a, >f un g the largat season, a number of ? umpaulea i.redlteu in jour p*i>ar to the ued douse " iuh;??1 til la the Hlmr Mon-? Harlom, wnich ?rror 1 pre?u ve occur* red through lnadvurtcuce. Mav 1 uk of you '.Co fav> r -u jor irl the error, b> publishing iho fol o vlng list o: target parties whs have this season celebrated the: - anniversaries hi the Hlver Howe: - Men. Moo. Young Am. Mustt '.eerb . . . t>8 rocah >ntas Guard ft'l AUand<: Biiim ,3 Hurley Guard '>'i ltolumb<is L<ght 74 Colutn ns L- Guard 74 Wsabington Irving Guard. M Meahuiu: Guard. 40 I eapatah Rules 47 Krui. n uuard *7 fkkwirk Guaid 61 Manulug Guard 34 Hagen duiud M M&dtoon Lt. Guard 05 Mtchanlo IX Guard 00 Leroi Guard 57 Miller Uuurd 8t> ,l.s?eph U Gaa-d 44 Danah Guard 210 Wa-mtugtou Musketeers. . . :?i Municipal Ciuaid Mi lowpaitu tftis* iuwr< 47 Liberty Volunteers Ml fudaoy Jt Ru-te U Uuari.. 70 What Do You ..all Them herring Safe Guard til Guard 55 Troung Ke tof Guard 72 Ha* ley Gourd ti'J Tiaruav Guard 54 Lett's Musketeers 84 Bliss Guard 9/ Krugtown Hangers >'? Hrnnh Gu-ird kd Man-pea Voltto ear< 108 Lirtdsey iJlues 1'Jl MunUupal Guard, 21st ward Ml Municipal ' :orps, 18u? v ird ;>2 lit". B. Mall Guard 55 Journal of Oonmerca G'd. 73 Independent Vol'a, b'lyo.. 08 Koiford Guard 110 IndepcAden' Guard 77 Guard of Lioerty 51 BowerGuurd 40 Waichcase Makers' Guard. J2 Bush Gusrd 57 A1 an Agricu tural Guard. 61 ti. A. GuUa I'ercha Co.... !<8 Fojarthy Wusketeer* 71 Wilson Guard 70 iluobaid Guard 65 Twrev Guard 52 Hirm:* itiGed .Hi) Btaphens Guard 78 1'aly A ?>o Guard 81 Tan LI Guard 57 Oonklln Guard 43 CSso. Jordan Musketeers .luu Gufstsot the i,lris?y Blues 6<> O. B. Howell Guard 42 Lajcoji Guard. to Bunker llill Vomuicera. . . 52 Clinton Avenoe Ctaurciii? At a Meeting o t Ae Rneieti of Friend* ot Truth and Ju'ti^e, hold In the icoture reen.ln erook vu, (he fiLowlng reaoluikjna More uuanunoua l> adopted:? Whereas the Clinton Arenue Congregational Society bar ing puhllnbed, in ranoua n?w?papern a dxclarh'lon tbat f.H Members were unaui moual* ot optntom that the n-ttne of Mr. Mepbeu Kuowlton, tn 'he suhacriptlon book of t'.o l Union ave nue ettuicb, waa a genuine signature, (although tbe arhi ratorn, to whom that ouetUou waa submitted, da aruaiuad the contra ry J Uterafore, be tt Seaolfed. 1 hat the members ot thlo So oletr hereby uninl weu?H eipreee their ?uapriie and lnd'gnatlon that the mem bers of any religious sooio y sbo Ud he so tor torge.ful of right, de.iracy and propriety aa to pu ll<b an unanimou* opinion of Mseh an untatr, as well aa oftennlve. natuie, upon a a??.- re ^ardtDK wbicb tboy had no evldouco before them. Becolved, That, "ai the tree to kuowu by Kg t'rult," acd yield" ib? like fruit, according to its kind, season after seam, kihtbeiefore the firm oin? lotion ol thU noi.'lety that the indi vidual who, In tbia Instatre, has lowed the name of Mr. Ste phen Know i ion will heteaiter eluctver and e*poae hlmseH' to the world, by the commission of kindred crimes In ilm j to Betolred, That ihc Cl4rk of this Society be requested to trftuinit tA Mr. Rnowiton our recommeadation that be WLll waa- ail lu'ura auouvmous couuuuul ailons with m-u-l'ed con tempt, and to assure blm, on be*<a f of th s society, of the best Wishes of all Its meoibors lor hi it heu<!h and happruon-f. A true copy from the minutes. JGHN O8B0RM, Clerk. B*c?nvi Daguerreotype Kst?.bll*bmcnt, a08 Bowery, opposite Rivlntjtoo mreet. splendid pictures lor 50 eafcta, open every day In the year, without regard to weather. A Sabbath Thoaght of a '4a. Daguerreotype may not be amt>s. .n economy Is certaloly a OhrUUan virtue, whether In rexoid to the purchinc ot pictures or Bibles. It may be as well to see how you look, as to how you act; if so get your portrait, for no matter ubost the coat, at 289 Broadway. ?eade Biouiers' vietnrei Received an award at the great French Kiblbitton, besides medals of cold, ?diver and bronze a', various fairs where their plsturea have been exhibited. Photograph* trom miniatures to life are takeo dally. Call and examine specimens. 233 B.-oadway, four doers above Aster Home. Cameo?Xkagnerreotypee.? Theae brsutlful and llaUetfng miniatures are taken only at WILLI tM W>N'H Urooklyn fiold Medal. A gong not required to popular ise them. Fuitos ferry. Fancy Ball Drrme*,? P. ix>rby ?k Company will epeu on Mooday, January 21. Fancy 1'ari* made tency ball drecses. Rich goods, 12 l' irk p'acc. All tbe Di'tsllH ot a Gentleman's Wardrobe, including under shirts, drawers, scarfs, ties, gloves, half bote, handkerchiefs, shirt ?tnds travelling shawls, Ac., will be found at toe extensive turninhlng Ktook at GitKEM'8 we;l known shirt establishment, Mo. 1 Astoi* House. Best French Patent leather Boots, Made to crder. with steel spring sbanks, W to $7, by a A. BaKER, 15 Ann street. Flue calf steel shnnk boots, $n 76; stout boots, 11; double water proof, U 50. AU work warranted, and a perfect fit guaranteed. Muet RalamaMtr SafH.-Hobcrt H. Pat KICK la tbe iiole manufacturer la the Uuited States of the iteie oaleb rated aafos r.nd patent powder proof dp fiance lock* bars. Depot Ao. 191 Fear) atraet. one door betow Singer's Bctrliig MacblneK.? UI Persona wbowlab lor hto<niailoB in repaid to sewing machine*. can obtain U by appljirg at oar offlco for coplon of ' 1. M. Singer M Ot.'i Gazette," a paper <ievcU4 entirely to Uw sewing ma thine interests. Copies supplied tr rutin. I. M. SIN tifiR A CO., 3 28 Broad wan. Batahelor'H Hair Oye^-WIgs ud Toupees, Vka beat tn the world. Ibis onrl vailed ana original dye la I applied In twelve private rooms. Batehclor's win and toti Vaes have improvement* ovor all others, being chef d'oeavres Sf skgance ud durability, peouliar to this establishment. i BATUHKLOU'.S. 2Sii Broadway. j A Pet'fbmrd Brettlt. ? What Ladf or Gen- j Neman would remain under the cures ot a disagreeable ' tMMb. when oy iuIdk tbe " Balm of a Thousand Flowers" as a 4saturke wonto not only render it sweet, but leave the laelb white aa alabaster ? Many persons do nit know their breath la bad, and th? subject is so dcllcV.e, their friends will never mention it. Pour a single drop of the '* Balm" on your tooth brush, and wu?h the teeth night and morning A fifty seat bottle will last a year. For sale bj FKTKIUCE X CO., proprietors, and all druggiets. Boll owaj's PI Us. ? riie Blood_Soue Can be health* unless Uil-t vital Suld be kept pure. This wonder lul moclcLc ern^icativ- all tioilotis par Jcien of matter, accinc directly on the liver, kidneys and Dowels. None need be sick If they use this icniedv. Sold at thw manufactories, N? .M.'ilden lane, sew York, mid -t4 St i and, London, and by al drug gists, at 25c., 62&C. and SI per box. lIrr)ila_Only frfze Hrdal Awarded to Marsh A Co., by the Inil.uitrlal Exhibition of nil nations, for their lcw patent radical cure truss. Also the Fair of the American institute aw .irded tlie lirst premium to this truss in 1"M. Heferenees as to its superiority? Professors Valonttne Mott. WU/srd Parker and John M. C'.iniochan. An cvtansivo list of names of mercantile and other gentlemen cured by this truss may be seen at MaBNH ,t CO. '3. So. 2,'j Mtl-icn lane, New YoiV, and Marsh, Corlles k Co., No 5 Wan Fourth street, Cincinnati, Ohio. Open trom 7 A. M. unttl 'J P. M. Married. Tn Ihis city, Aug. 24, 1854, by the He v. Geo. II. Fisher, Mm. S. OiAUhiatp, of Sen Orleans, ljt., to MaktKuzi bkth Gcreeb, of Charleston, a. C. On Tuenlay evening, .Ian lo, hy the Rev. James Mil let t, at hi* residence, 171 ICaat Heventeenth strict, Mr. Tnoifts O. Bak-VWBZ, of Norwich, C'jnn., to Miaa Amklu JajiE Grant. of Hallowed, Maine. <fti Thur'da/; Jan. 17, oy the Hot. Dr. Seville, At.ux AkDUtW. IlniHipoa to Avmk .1., eldest daughter of the U'.e Jaiue- Mcllwaiu, all of this city. XMed. On Thursday morning, Jan 17, J ?m*h T. SnuTrox, Jr., only sen of Juiuts T. i-irstton, dentist, after a lingering Illness, which he bore with Christian fortitude. lhe relatives and liiuids of the tamily arc respectfully invited to attend his funeral, without further notice, Irom the r*bidenee of hit parents, 111 fourth avenue, corner Twaiitb street, to-Uaj at 1>^ P. M. 'j On lildaj, January 18, in this city, Scsas (J. wife of J. Thomas Jiiottexville, and daughter of the late Hammond Wallis. The friends of the family and thorn of her uncle, James Neeves, art) respectfully invited to attend her funeral, this njtpiniw n at hall-pan 1 o'clock, from her late residence, 122 last Eigoteenth street, without further notice. Her remains will V>e taken to Greenwood. On Saturday morning, Jan. 19. after a short illnc-s, Ci okob i Biu ii-s ParkB in tlie f ?.1 year oi his age. llie relatirts and f. lends of the family, and tho o of li!s l.roth? r, Chnrles M. Parker, and liin hou-in-li. v, ifr. Wil lisw Oetmold, are re.-poc(fully iuviteil to attend im fune rsl, irom '70 Ilrondirny, to morrow al 3 o'clock 1*. Al., without further invitation. on Friday, Jdn. 18, Amo?, son of Win. uud MaHaa Compton, flged 2 jfars. 0 months and days. The relativos and lrionds of the family are ivspoctl ally invited to attet rt the funeral, from ttve re-ide.ice of hi* patents, 1-1 o F?at Twenty -sixth stree., to inorrow at 1 On Saturday, Jan. 19. of soarV't fever, Eweuxi Ei i/.a hkth, daughter of f^cth \S and Ju!ia K. I'eckham, a?,'?tl 7 jears and 11 months. The relatives anil friends of ttto fa.nily are respectfully | invited to attend Tue funeral. *o morrow at 2 !'. M., from the residence ot hor parents, ?>1 v?c-t Thonty i-ixlli stree., between HroaOwny and Hix'h avenno. On l'liilay, Jan." 18, of consumption, Wlt.-nt, tlio only ?ion of Elbert and Mury Ayrea, aged !!? In oiontu-s and 10 duys. Tlie rvlatiTMi and triendi and the meotVri of tUs !'tn- ' pire light <ltlara?;, ure re^poctfutlr Invitot to ?ttt nd his n.netal, from his late resiaonce, o'J vani tm stieot, tliij ' uitemcrn at - o'clfck. The funeral KTTi'ws of tha lite Gkiro* Citjitw will take plnee at his late tet-idence, 27 Wai?lilrffton jil?ce, to- ' morrow morning at J 1 o'clock. Theremins will be removol to Providence, R. I., for ii. torment. (in Friday evening. .Tan IS, tf cpn?umptioa, KJ tJni, the b?.'loved wile of J'atiick ilajes, 1? the 42u year of liar ago. ll?r ft'.nnisl will take place to-day ut 1^, o'clock, fcrim 4:;?i l earl strf-et, to tshleh the friends and nci'ia'titanous of the family are reapeclfullj In. itetl to attmd. On Kititnlor, Jnn. 10, titfAWtf? Htwr, relict of the late Abraharo J^er"-, aped 78. Her irlntives an<l frirri'ls an.! tliofe of the Jamn_. are uspectfuiiy Invitcu to atwn'l 'he fnnerai, lr un the re-u ?lence other ?'n-in-lnv, foil Ikes, 97 avonue l?, to lii'trrow at 12 o'elotk, W'thom fui tber In ? ttaUon. Newfcu rg p'ifers please copy. tin FiMay, Jan. 10, Htfllt t'., Infnoi s >n of Arohlkuld ami Sarah k. W'lOdtttlf, igc.J tl months aad V .lay. llie friends iu" r?spe<;ttnily in^ ited to attend tbt> ftiao ? Hi, to-day -it 0 o'clock, lrowi ]''? Cannon utrt ot. '1 lis remain- mil i>e taken to ?sewark, J., Ibr inter ment. (in Saturday, .inn. 10, TtiMOlXJtut, younj iw; ghild of Heuhen (oeei a^L?ll) ami June ' 1 tngh >') , a^od 2 yoai ?> aud i' in< utlis. 'lhe frieucii ol tlie f-imily ?re iavitel t> attend the fnerral, inn the icaidenea of his uncle, Mi . AIcDc i't, No. 9 Ctiinhctiaud street, ont door tfmu 1'ark avsnuo, i'ri-ekWn, tc Cay al t o'etock T. M. CdBu'tnia pa[0T. plr^-e copy. tin riit'i.v, Jie 1H, Hvmiv I! ?v*t.t .< oi of I.u'he,- ,f. and Msry llrtggs, ?,??<'! 2y.*rf atel :i inentlis, DiefWicral will tA't" p'n e t? oa." m 2 1". M., at ;>s r Hat*rtil*t, Brookljn. tin Friday, J?n 1^, 1 1 consumption, J.t<n?m> J. Jl> "un, need 20 yon is. "ills ftienfls it: ii thi st? of h!< motner snd brcthen, M ?hJ las J. ur. l H. I", lhnhe. tire ro peet fully r< |tn stwd to at t. nd LU funeral, fr. u his latf re^loooo, l.'H) <onlli K.rst stree.i. tvlllistnsti.irg. I . I., to-dav a' 2 o'el' ck r. 14, ^ e+M+i* u Miiw bv ^v4?kv4i*?u V/lurCa of St. IV* 1 ?i aAti 1'auL E 0? J in. 16, of leli?in?et cb of th? loaf*, JA.fl C. . yonigeat child of Andiew and C. L. Andemn, aged 1 year and 10 month*. Tm friends of the funilv are respectfully lnvttel to at end the funeral, to-day a-. 2 o'clock P. M., from th9 te Id* nee of her parent*. UO Washington (treat, Jersey City. un Saturday, Jan. 19, at Pater wm, N. J., Rouem Cms w? is sgeo 58 years. Ilia funeral #iii take place at his residence, 111 Main slue r, to-morro v at 'i. o'ci'M:k P. M. Tiaing leave Jersey Cry for Pater ion at 9:30 JL It. and 1 P. M. APYERTKEMENT8 RENEWED MEE?~MYT PEHSON ui A' NY 1'EHSOH WHO CAN GIVE INFORMATION abooHia-y Hyrxf, wbo *ai mpposed to have arrived bore per -hip iaaac Webb, fat October last, wl 1 oooi'e." a favor on her staler, Anne, by calling on Mesara. MUUtln * Otsnble, 2B heaver s'raet. O. M. WOULD LlKft TO BAR C. K. B. ADDRESS . the A*Uir Bouse. INFORMATION WANTED? OF TIMOTHY CANARY, Or County Cork, Ireland He was laat aeen la Ne r Y>r>, twenty month* elnoe, and was then apetking of (rolng to lllinota. Any Information reauecliajj him will Ue thankfully re ceived by hi? ?inter, Mary Canary , care of Mr. LoomU, bomer viile, few Jersey. MB. CllARLJtS TL'GWAN 18 REQUESTED TO CALL at or In ?oi,d bla addrena to No. 1 1 Piatt stroet, up ('Aire, where he will learn something to hid advantage. TI7AMED? INFORMATION OF JAME8 ANDERSON TV lorniorly agrocer, corner of Theatre aliev and Heekmin atr*et, N?w kork. By addressing or calling on A. OoiiUT, 135 ofehaid street, may be to hia advantage. SPECIAL WOTICES. ? NMVKR8ARY OF BURNS, ON FRIDAY EVENING, J\ 26th o' January, at 8 o'clock, in Tammany Ua H.? The birthday of tcott ?'? bard will be celeora'ed In the free spirit ??! bis eoi.u and eonaiatent with tne lloeral Institutions of re publican An>erto? Tickets (including supper) <1 25, to be fad <>f WrlUlam Miller, 330 Third avenue; Wllliiim Manwn, oor ner Vnrfck and flprtag attneta; a. Turnbult boouelier, 271 Ittidrot. 8ir>et; Robert Walker, shoe atore, 152 Oanal street; John McLean, painter. 130 First avenie, James Gibaon, 80 bhecker street; David Limoot. 38 Oen'ro sti net; W. K. Fo<v lt r, botk>eiler, 279 klybtb avenue; Tbomss Miller, 100 Hlith |VtKVrl Walter Keld market corner rwenty. fourth street and blitD av**"M, Jan. B Duun, bookseller. 209 Third avenue; Hunry McAlpintf, W9 Fulton street, Biooklyn. A CCIIjKNT.-ANY PERSON WHO 8 VW A CUTTER <1 run Into and t'pped over by a four horse sleigh, on frl dav, 11th instant, r. K., about ha t' a mi'e toward Brook lyn irom Wm. Wheelan'a tar< rn. wl.l oblige by senlln i bis name and address to 49 Hieke street, flrookijn. BUR>S> ANMVERHABY.-THH FOURTH ANNUAL dinner on Mtaten Island, to commemorate the blrtbdty of Borert Xiuins, the Ayrshire baid, will be held on c'riilv even ing, Janusry 70, 1806. in the Caledoaian Hotel, Vanderbllt's La- dins. Dinner on the la >le attiVj o'ewfc tickets ean be had at the hotel or from tni folio wing gentlemen ate *art Kerr, Fort Hill, htaien Inland; 'ieorge fcoutt, titauleton, do ; itobert Hewart, Vauderblit'sLandlag. do.; JohuPatteu. Patten Uuu-e, do.; Moran MoLean, Clifton, do.; David Fleming, Vanderollt's Landing, do ; W. K. Boawell, 133 Broadway. New Yo-k; J. W. Ciniphili. 46 Wall street, do. ; T. Fiulay, 149 Broadway, do.; William OonnelL 127 Hudaaa street, do. ; J. McLellan, nr , 'M Spruce (-tieet do. (ieorge Gunn, Ulvll Engineer, li expected to occupy the chair. Burns* anniversary. Barns' Club.?' The customary anniversary fsslival In honor ot hobert Burs*, tin Scottish bard, wi.l take place on Friday evening, 26th In it., at 7 P. M., at Patten's Pacltlc Ho tel, Greenwich street, between .ortlandt and Dry. Tlnkets 98 each. JOHN bTli^ITON, Secretary. Members of the olub and all admirers of tho poet are re spectfully Invited to tarnish themselves with ticket* from either or the tellovrlig:? V. Cllrfhugb, 207 Broadway; Wm. Robertson, 22U Urann street; Jobs titration, 123 Pearl street; Hugh Orr, 31 John street, Joseph Laiog, 64 Kultou street; and In Brooklyn, oUchn Mason, a, Henry street PIONEER FILLMORE OLtTB. NO. I, EIUHTH WARD. An adjourned meeting of the above club wa? held at the r head quarters, Spring street Hail, David J. Oakley, Ksij , presiding, 'the following preamble and resolutions wero a mini mtnifly ad: pted: ? Whereas, the approaching 22d of February being the day appointed by the national American party to nominate candi dates tor President and Vice Presidentof the United States; and whereas, it I* demanded of that convention ti give us a tried statesman, one in whom the poople have c.infideuco as to his ublJlly and honesty. Therefore, Resolved, 1 hat we will use all honorable means to secure the nomination of the Hon. Miilard Fillmore, believing he can be elected by an overwhelming majority. Reiolved, That all parsons who will sign the above resolu tions shall thereby become fnli members of this club. DaVID J. OAKLKY, PreiMent, .Tji Hr.? Osrorn, Secretary. W*. H. tjiBAMO, Treasurer. JN PURSUANCE OF THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE general act for mltiiDg, i "nutacturlng. Ac., passed by the 1 eglsWture of this Mate In HV. and amended In 1HM, re'iulr log all oorpontloua organized thereunder to report the'.r con dition from the 1st to the 20th of January in evtb year, tho Bucking Uold Company, cperatlng In the Slate of Virginia, report ns tollows:? Their capital is live hundred thousand dol lars, paid in lull by real estate, and the net amount the com pany owe on the 1st Instant 1s sixty-live thousand, live hun dred and seventy -flv* dollars and fifty live eenu. FKKIl'K W18KMANN, President pro tcm. W*. ntrsos. Secretary pro tem. New York, Jan. IV. ISM. Look here. -will tee gentleman who, by mistake, took an overooat from tbe reading room of the st. Nicholas Hotel, yesterday morning, do me the Uvorto re turn the papers and books through the Post office, as they are of 110 imparlance to any one but mysetf. K. O. WILLIAMS. VTOTICE.? ALL PERSONS ARK nKREBY FORBID 1\ entrusting or selling any one anything on account of steamboat Mercury and owners, without an order signed by me. H. T. UVIwQafUN. VTOTICE. -THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE PHtKKIX i.Y Gold Mining Comtarmof North Carolina, who desire lo retain their stork, are requested to oall at tho office ol" the com pany, is t xchange place, at any time feet ween the hours of 12 A. M. and 2 P. M.. previous to the 24th instant, where a list is open fur the signatures of those who wish to retain their Mlo"k by subtcriblug pro rata, socordlng to their respective iuter osts. fur the purpose of providing for the indebtedness ol' the company, and procuring additional machinery, Ac., as recom mended at tlie meeting of stockholders, held oa the 7th lnst By order of the Board. Dated Jan. 18. IMC. SAMUEL B. WARNER, Secretary. OFEICR OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF EMIQiUTIOK, SI Wrrtli (late Anthony) street.? Sealed proposals, to be endorsed "Supplies of Heel and Million for the Institutions of the. Commission) rs of Emigration,'' fortuppljlng the E-nlgr^nt Kcluge aud Uospital, Ward's Island, nod tne Murine Hospital, Sluteu Island, with beef, mutton, Ac , will bo received bv the Commissioners of Emigration, at their office as above, (wlieie blank forms of proposals may be ttal,) until Wednes day ma Z'id Inst. The Comrul<iaiojiers of K migration reserve lo themselves tho right to reject such proposals as may be deemed not for the interest ot tne ins'itutlons. Any luforma lion that maybe required by parties offering for the above will be xiven on application at the office. New York, Jai. 17. ISM K.CBABTKEE, Vice Proaltleni. OFFICE OF THE SECOND AVENUE RAILRCAD COM pany, Fortj-scooud street and Seoor.d avenue, new York, J tin. 4, IMti.? '1 tie annual electioa for directors ol'thhe unpany will beheld on Monday, toe 4th of February neit at the office ol the company, corner of Fortv second street and Sr;oud ave nue, from 1" o'clock till 2. 1 he tranafer booka wUl be closed froin date until at ter the election. By order, P. C. ROGERS, Secretary. 1>HO< f.A.M VTION.? $200 REWARD. MAYOR'S OFFICE' Jan. 19, IS'B.? Whorrn-, Joseph Coen was violently as' faulted and beaten on Saturday night, the lSthlnst , at oration1 1" o'clock, ou tbe corner ot Oiovc and Fourth (.tree's, by some person or poisons unknown to ihe authorities; aud, wlierras tho said Joseph Coen has slujo dwd fro n the wounds then and there received ; tk>w, therefore, 1, Fernando Wood, Mayor of tl" city of >e* York, do, by virtue of authority vested In me, offer s reward of two hundred and tilty dollars lor the appre hension of the person or pet sons who committed said a j^su'i ; or live hundred dollars tor the apprehension and conviction Oi the party or parties who perpetrated the above tamed outrage, lo be paid on the cer.iilcale of the Recorder or District Attor ney that such service ha; been rendered by the person or ter sons elaimli.:' -fneh rewards. Hut all claims not present, d 'a the Maj or within twentv days after the linal disposition ot the cti.-? wfll be disregarded. FERNANDO WOOD. Mayor. ci a tem ent" of~ti!e stock Xnd liabi1Stieb1)f ? ? Hay Car Spring C mpany, on the 1st of Jantiarr, 18(56:? Atct unt of liabilities $45, OSS S7 < npiial ^ inied in payment of patent right 4W00U 00 F. M. HAY. J W. W. WVRD, [ Trustees. JOHN A. COLTOIT, i 1 lit rel.y leitlfy thsl the loregolng is a correct stalemcnt fiom the nnois ol'the couipunv. W. W. WARD, See pro torn. .-v.om 'o he 'ore me, this lMh day of January, 1*56. P. J. Mm toy, < ommtssloner of Deeds. rf he* PERSONS WHO SAW THE, MORY RECKI.KSS 1 urrjdent by one of the lllcecker stroet ?l.'ii;hs, by running into another of tho same line, on Monday atiernnon, January 7, it? Blocker ttrcet, near Barrow, whereby two persons got \nrj laidly itijurtd. and providentially c*caped being killed, i to psillciiitiriy re.|iies;ed to call on or send theu- nan es and sdOr'ss to Hleeekor street, corner of Jones; or In D. T. Ea?l"U. 17 Wa 1 strvel; or to Mr. KdwaM Ko-rell, 2*H West Forty-third street lielseen Uglith and Ninth avenuof, aud !!*<} * l'i do au e> t>?clal fa^ or to tho parties EiiWAltD KDRRFI.L A SON. V'TtP R ANS OF 1N12. WHO* IIAVE~ IN THEIR POSSE* ? sio* < ep ?8 of the memorial lo be i-ent to the Leu-islature, 1 bv n.i n vho ? -ne 1 in tlie Stale of Ne* York, are par tlctilarly're |ii< -ted to hand them in to Liaut, Col. A. W J ones, at hr.adway, on or before Wednoeday, the 38<1 tnsL By ortier, A. W. JONES, Lieul. Col. Commanding. THE LECTURE IKABOIV. IECOTM.B ON THE HOCTR1NES OF THK NEW JK J rowilem Church, ss eipounded by Swelenbor^.- The ten'h lesttire will be deliveied on Sunday evening, at 7Ja i 't s k. at (lie brick chapel in Eleventh street, between Third ?ml Fourth areui.es. Subject? "Hell, hj Displaying the Hi i Jif- lion.,,n|ty." SCHOIiOO Y.? 1'R. BENTON CONTINUI? HIS RK term !ec< ires on the healing art, aud very amusing ei pm imcnis, at the Smyveaaot Institute, t?"t< ftroadwav, on ifoi.Jay and Thtir-day. January ^1 and 2i, begianlng at 7|? o'eiock. Admittance oie shillfnc:. Free lectures to ladles W :i o'dock r. ,M. earb day. Office tor Ihe refer m troatment o ?Iseasas, 177 ilro.wlway. SKUSPAPEHX. N O. 7 OF FRANK LlSMi'S ILLUSTRATED NEWSPAPER. 1.-SU- d Saturday, Onlains a beauliltil lJOitrait ot lion. N. P. Banks. Afldent on .l.e Hudson River Railroad. Hie l'rln'.ers' Fes'Ual, New York. 1'ortttll m Frank Un. New Bsn.llntt Rncm, BeslOn Mercantile Library. Ni w >a%ta?<i i>1nner at Montreal. Atd mane mr cttln r spletdld enprB*1ngf. Aim. commctc e.l in nils number tlie ihriilin^ rsua?v.e at THK. I, ART OF His RACK By <1. F. SinytU. AtiJ all Ihe nan n of (he week. V\L.K>T1AKS. Y ' Al.l NTIMH J Ot! 180*1. ? 1'lllLlr .1. Ct>/.\?.'S, valentine mMUiaeiunr, No. 107 Mreet, Yoik, corner of Anti elreet, i?spec Judy nnnottc 1 1 to ', <? *-ellers and dialer- In , alentiues, that hw r.ew <"r(j- c< valrBtlres, envelojies, and vaJeii'lne stallonery, jrnnnff-ntred i?>r Ih. ni l Miieminc seasoK, February, ISM, V i,ow rr it/ly. II hi ing ItLportml fri in Europe a crest vsrietj of gold, silver nnd iilnr.ilnfett.sl !?? e und eniliin loied papors, expressly foe eakiiiliKg, ai(i .'a, nun u fact ititd new oniameuts and ' n*i r.?, he ,a ? naMrd t<i offer a superior stis k of n<;? va'en tires, which will ?e Mtnltoi ej ui artist ? >1 /iiasii and ele Mi,c< W di , lgn. C)ij is wiii l i! filled iiom ?d parisoi the t nli?nl Sta'es aud Cm a, ii, end) tempi') forwat'.'-tl cither hy malt or etprcts, ui lots lt< m one tauno ikouMnd dollars v.m tli. 1'or ihit oonvci.i nee of purchasers, I I.a-.e dnae up t venty dolmr lots, t '?(dentin ot five hnndi edva;nntlnes st tl envelopes, amoeted, rnnkT,"c In price I mm II cent* to $1 M rc'?ll ? en J tee ? Lii. (^M.si oi.r 'jrm vaientir.es enve'opes, Ac , wi id. will fee sold ooJ^% eaa.i oi' mpin'.tni_?rdc( k. Paioi ; nmt'inj valenUnee w? plCWO ty, '?> :'l'l In > i>r Irtl* in ;? or. ? ' e SKW PUBLICATION. AOABD.- Ml Bit JraN?hTTk UUPPlW. BY KA* riH? *?? George W. iky lor, b?g? to announce that ?0S b?? just published a orlef out tua ol Her early life? tha oautaa ut icr cruel family perse mtl in, ber yean of auffer.ng* ao4 trial* wlib the full Daman of her persecutors and betel* itora. Li er ediUoti li verr small Oipim con only b6 obtaifltl o y being careful to address, enelosuig tl, vuh pontine i^mu, to Mi* Jeanuete I.. Taylor, c are./ Aaron Swarts, ?*u., Ob?t-' bam square Post ofUae, New York. JB. FORD. Wo. 9 aPPLBTOS'8 Bt ILUI4G. (PO* ? merly with John l'allia A Co ), has made arrangement* with the bouse of U. apple ou A Co., New Yoi k, lor the pob UoiiloDOf booli of prii'flcn.1 vilue, to oe kMuod in number?, ana to be sold by ?ubecripUau through can va*?m art't the trade. Be flatters blnseii that ibe Ion* experience which be baa had will en- " a bun to place before u?>m a series of pic torial work/1, which will at once command the ai'emloo aoa s? curetbeeonlVlenee of those engaged In this branch of busl p*M. aa well as of the gieat American public. The first book issued ander ibis arrangement being? j?OJt?fc\s OBam*aL aT UAH OP TUB WORLD To ba completed in thirty three ?ami monthly part*, each con taining two tisps, with descriptive letter Dress; price 25 oenia eacL, double numbers .V) oenu. The work, when comp ete, will eontain ? event y maps, drawn and engraved from the latest and best auiboritle ?, srith descriptions and statistics of all nations, to the year 18&0: By Charles Colby, A. M. no i. is now Btuor. A number will appc.tr regularly on the 1st and li'.h of each moiith. Agents, canvassers and others, desirous of engaging in the rale of this work can hawi mplcs forwarded by null, poet paid, on a remittance of 26 cents. MOS1C POB THE MILLION. ? BCCKI.EY'8 NBtV BONO book, (for toe parlor.) with music attached. Just pub lished, by PHILiP J- COZANri, lt>7 Nassau street Pries V-}i cent*. Ihiscoeapest of publ'oatlaos contairn ifty new at.il popular sons among which are the following:? l be second edition of tha Old Folka at Home, as sang by Hwalno Buckley Ylllktns and HI* Dinah, with musla. as sung l>v Bl Jnp Buckley In tb? doieful tragedy of "Ylliktns and Hli Dinah." 00 a way, Black Man. with muilo. Kosa Ginger, *itb music. The Tickling Chorus, ar-anged for four voices. The "roadway -ong aa suug by Bwaine Buokley with the most enthusiastic app an so Prienda at Home, music r>v Frederick Buck lev. Tbe Fireman's Chaun>, arnn.cetl by Ju Buckley. We were Boy* anc Olris Together, by W. Perclval. 1 ar a way , with music. Breathu Not Her N*me. Never Mom '.lara l)ear, with au ?lc by Fred. Buitley. liui-b ? -hjo-Baby. Ptett* Patty l'almer, wl'h rnus'e. 1 be Jolly Old Cnw. The Now Laughing Song, with mnsi.*. JuJletia Belt, or the Nigger .Ooqtieue, as sung by Hwuloe Buckley. On, We're the Bovs for Pleasure. The Cotton Picker's Hong. Mary Oray, with music, by W. Perch at. Old Friends and Old limes. Fleuie de rfarie. Ac, Also No. 1 and No. 2 Gong Books, con'aia!og sixty original sarfi each. ISsTKl'l r?o\. -WKITINO, uOOKKKRPI NO, AAll'HWB KOr lOOD. Students at Mr. PAINK'B academi'ii, 42<i Urand ttreet, corner of Bowery, and ltiti Fulton strent, rtrooklvrt, are ' ODihicted through the progressive steps to an o.wj, tin viug, elspirt and expeditious handwriting, and thoroughly <|tiiUQed tor ibe counting room. " Mr. Paine It the best teacher in this city."? I<owell Reformer. pnn BROAT)W\Y-?2 50 LADIES WRITING CLAS3.? OU J Mr. DULBK.VR wi'.l open his cheap winter classes on Morday, at only 92 60 for ten le&ona In clans, or $6 privately. Ladles thould secure tickets early. Bookkeeping nndarttn mulic cheap elates. Six cheap seats vacant for gentlemen. DRY GOODS, &C. Inn A PIECES OF LINENS, PROM 2s. TO 8s. PER ?IMFU yard. Great sacriUce. Bo d to close an account Also linen sheetings, pillow casings nankin a, doylies, table dla Srr quilts, Ac 1,600 piece* ot cottons, sheeting* an<l shirtings, est makes, and sold by the yard n> the agent's price, at nOK'ruN A flONH, 279 Fulton strett, Brooklyn. fife BROADWAY? GENTLEMEN'S FASHIONABLE Ut/J furnishing bazaar. American Institute Fair, at flie Cryital Patten, lor lh68, a silver medal *as awarded to LhWIS & bKACORD, lor shirts and collars ot our own mann lastura ar.d ben disp as of mcn'i furnishing goods. French boscms without cmi petition. CC CAfEBOP DBLAINK8 SEIZED BY ORDKtt OP THK UU L idled Sta'm Marshal ? Fifty five rises of elegant tfe lalnts. of the nrost magnificent designs over offered In tbl-i com. ry, i"o r 10 oen.j a yard, and no family will be allowed more than threo pieces, and all those that buy them to sail again will be charged 4s. a yard, as tho sub icriber ts deter mined all shall rccelvc an equal chance. For all benevolent in stitutions any quantity can be had at 10 cents per yard, as long as they la it. An early call will prevent disappointment. T. K. ISAACKS, agent, No. 30 John street, corner of Nastiiu. A NNUAL REDUCTION IN THE PRICE OP DRY Ji. fcocds, AT THr ROWCRT SAVINGS fSTOItB, 12rf Bowery, New Vork. We have (sals our regular custom the llnit week of the new year) made our great w inter reduction, marking <in vn without reference to cost, but only in regard to seMouatillUf. We have 1,000 1 air ol bbukets at $3 B0 to $5, tormsr price Vf> to *10. "?H< wool tbawla at ts, former price $9. <K) yards paramattas at Is., It, 3d. and 2s., former price .oi/U cents. r> i .-o raids r,.~*]meres, at 4t. to 8s., former price Hi. to 124. n' uOO yards uannels, reduced 23 percent. French merlnoes and cashmeres reduced 25 per cent. domkstic noons, received direct from the manufacturers, and sold at less prlct than at any other eatabli- hmeut in the United Stat at. A 11 wool plaids at 4s and 3s. tid. Prices marked In plain flguros. The marked price not de viated from. F. W.*W. F. GILLKY. CLOAKS, CLOAKS? Hiiu Ltonh VM.vr.r Cuiaes, with Capes, for $30, Originally worth $66. Alto, Rich Moire Antione Cloaks, trimmed. Velvet at equally low prices. The largest stock of clnaka of every description sailing unu sually ( Leap to make room for spring importations. MOLYNKUX BELL, Si Canal at, DOSUHTIC GOODS.? 8. A M. E. TOWLE A OO. WILL otfer, Monday, 6,000 pieces brown aheetiug, only tid. a yaid by the piece, 8 <>00 Pieces h'eaclic.d iniulln, at fid. a yard. COLUMBIAN HAl.L, 2sl Grand street. Frederick o. wolbert, auction una. - BY F. G. WOLBKRT A HflOTtlKK, No. 83 Cei<ak Strkkt, .nfar ISkoakwav. Ibc nrdcrslgned having leased the ellgljle store, (la'ely o: cupted by Mttsrs. Loder A Co.,) No. 83 Cfoar Streft, srah Bboadwav, For the purpose of conducting the dry goods unction bnsi r.e>t, me now prepared to e fleet tales, snd pledging their best eftoru to promote the interest of all parties concerned, respect fully hc licit consignments. F. O. WOI.BlCRr & BROTHBK. FRENCH PRINTP.-S. A M. E. TOWLE A *' o. WILL oiler. Mondav. H00 plei-es French calico, one yard wide, ?t Is. a yard, worth 2s. COLUMBIAN BALL, 2?1 Urand sL FUHS, FURS. FURS? AT THK WCT END EMPORIUM, No. 128 Canal s'reet. The ladles are requested to call and examine the largo and choice assortment, nel'ore purchasing. A Jso, an enenMvo variety of beautiful bs's and e ips fo- chil dren. One price. J. W. KKLLOOG. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. -CLOSING SALE OP I dry goods, ?t D. THOMAS', 141 Soring strce', corner of Wooster, who is telling oil' tlio remainder of itii va u.ibli; tto'k at an enormous snciice, ss tne whole stock mu-u be cleared out this week; every article will he fold regardless cf coat. I Adles, now Is your time for ro.il bargains; nU 'h a t bnnrc. should not be lost, as it will be long before you have such another. IMMENSE IMPORTATIONS OK FAHTTrON ABI.il DRESS Roods, of every description, designed for the eprias ami summer masons, * 111 be opened oa Mondar, Jaii'iary 21. OBHOi: iiL, I'KIRStlN A LaKB, t'l Broadway, between Urtind uud Iiror>me >ts. I H. SOSSON INFOr.Mi THE LADIES OP T n K CITY f I . snd its vicinity, that the balance ol embroideries now on haul must be sold during next week, to make iou-n tor otliur goo<*s. 1'gusl bargains will he offered. 37.'! Broadway. LARflE IMPORTATION OF STRAW AND MILLINER! goods, ibtended for inanu'acturera of straw lia's and mill! Bern, viz: an eitcinive assortment of Mndirg, lit lugs, s* raw. sl'.k snd hair, straw hati, silk hats, feathers, flow ers, ribbons aiid millirery articles, at 40 at.d 60 per ceut lower ihnn the current pricee. Ibree or six montbs' credit, given ua approved BtlN, No. ? Woostcr street, nrnr Canal. F)S1TIYK AND PEREMPTORY SALE OV DRV GOODS ? at lit? Bpring street, corner ol Kullhuu. In conM<|tience cr Mr. CHAPMAN retiring iron the rufiness, the ba mire ot the stock mast be told, regardless of cost, lie tore the 1st of Match. Indies will now have an opportunity of buying dry itoods almost at their own price, as the stick muit positive lv be disposed oi by that time. Snin to cotnmecce Monday, Jtnaary a. N. it.? >toie to let. PARIS FOCLARD SlIKS-700 PIECES, AT 3H. PE* yard, will be oilered on M< nd ir, Juniinry 21. DBSORIJi Pir.RpON * LAKE, 471 Broadway, between Craud and Broome sts. C1LK ROBES, AND SIl.Kh BY THK YARD, ENTIRELY new, designed for the t omlng se.i on, w iil be opened on Monday, .lanutry 21. CBS DELL, PEIR SON Jt LAKR, <71 Braadway, bclween Orand and Itroome sis. T1IE ATTENTION OF FAMILIES IS CALLED TO THE new Mini cxtemlve stock, ol l.titens, l inen sheetings, I'?n a?k table linens, D?mnsk table elo'hs, Napkins, Huckaback toweling*. Diapers, flannels. Cotton tbeflnga. Htilned mid cheeked muslins, Indian Olmlty, Brilliantes, P.njlbh aid American Long Ciolhs, Ac., ,?c. IiiclUdiiiL a ltrgn Invoice ol M1IKTINO LIKENS, *>l a very superior make. Priced irom ^5 to ."A) cents per yard. A T. STEWART A CO., Broadwnv, Chambers and lteadc streets. L'BSDH.I, PE1RSON A LAKE WI1.L OPEN ON MON i?ar. Janunry 21, a sup?rb ?to< kol' f?>lilonahle shawls. 471 Broadway, betwpt n Orand and Broome streets. XV Vt LINEN GOODS.? LINEN DAMASKS, I.INEIf IT "hee'ings, iiiin^k table cloths, Irish linens. Huckabrc .\vels, .ttOB>W napkins, linen diaper, Ac., Ac , saved from the tie Mcckti, and tre oilered at prices lest than ooi; ot imparts t ion. S. A M. K TOWLK A CO.. Coin nblsn Hall, '>1 Grand ttreet. V\ KT OOOr>S~TEN THOrS AND " YARD*)" WET DE T1 Islues ?l Is , worth 2s.; 12,000 fanis of white llannel at Is., chrav at 2 ; 10,."iUl vsids of huea slilriln',' and sheeting nt pteiit baigaknt; ??.04>0 jsrds Ur en damaaK, 4s. tid., oa.. 5a. lid.. ? s , in in filiation: ) 000 dfiea napkins, table ciolhs and towels vHythMi I^Nmbi iiron bandterrhtelh 0*. a doM, Im kOik's: .mhi plrce* p,? nma'ta Is t<d.,2s , 2s. i'sl . groa' bsrgalus: ti 'so plliow case linens, crash, diaper, Ac; besides 916,000 worth i f wet cotton shirtings and sheetinus. sold on account of the T'jmerw nl< t ?. and will prove a decided bargain to hotel keep ? rs, b hi q It g house keepers nnd 'he public generally. This Is a n; i cot ctarce and one thst seldom eenirs to purcaae good ami rleh sends, al about one half I be usual price, (foods shown lirrly ai d ?en' siaus to ail pans if the city, Williamsburg ?no Jtrookh n. ANDREW o. COr.Hf, Crand st., comer of Eldii.lge. AMIIOMH.V. / "ILAIIIVOY A.NrF.-MUH. SEYMOUR, THE MOST SUC s J i tsstti; ir.ft'onl and iniAlneei clairvoyant In America, 110 -pt r.' ?tjre?, Yw doors wett of Hrbadnajr. Asthma, bronchi t s. Itvtr atie mIm) con' plaints. fomt'c e miplslnts, piles, foref snd true hi their worst form eured'll curalile , and satlafaetion g?niai..< i:d,ren * tuber, of no pay, Cl'll'.fil >1. TI t TR~? .M US W. B. CO.\N, RAPPING t ai d wiltii is in. dlMit, 11/.' 1 1 rni< d street, a few doors west 1 1 Drcaliwai ) ri' me piitiiiit iititn 9 A. M. to 2 P. M.l tuibms y 1 ; ctlly frtnn !l to 6 snd ' ? to'.'K P. M. Terms, .">(1 cents. \ 1; ? rn i ucjf t ' Xt luewl iy evening, SI .fi AH S. CEO.tRs -into, oro rvi'iinrt n havasa, Domettk I J tnl nelliutu sr f tbn nssortment cm i?e l>l ? m.. ' i#i;i- . r iti' lpot, Aorinas, SALES AT ACCTIO*. A LUDLOW, A UCT 1 ON EEA ? BY VIMl'J* Of AORar. ? 1*1 mortgage and oi several eiseutious, will be sold at No*. 60 ud 62 Uapeoard street, at 10 a. M., on Wednesday, Jtiuujr 23, It- 66. the entire c .intents of tbtfeiar Hotel, together with the iea?e of the premises and iho good wltl ot the bud a in cuoaifilr.fr In part of office chairs, din lor tad ertaasloo tables, writing deafen, chandeliers, olliio'h and malting, a large lot of crockery and glass ware, copper and brass utensils, feather and other i eoi. mtureiiii and beddliuc of all kiodi, carpeting of various klids, bureaus and bedroom furniture, viz.'. Hedueaos, marble top table*. waahstands Ac.; alao, a large lot of kit. hen luraiture and utensils of all kinds oeeet sary for a first cLaaa house; a'so, parlor lurnlture. la-iles, mir ror", rat es, chandc'lers, paintings, engravings, carpeting, rtt tures, At.-, alao, contents of a bathroom; also, one eievant rose wood piano; alao. a tplendtr* lot of barroom farnl.ureot all kinds, beer pumps, Ac., necessary for a larae establish mem ; alio , brandies, wines, beer and liquor* of ail kinds, and a large and rholce lot ot segsrs of the be-.t brands. The Mm>e it ibe moat prosperois, genteel and cM'ral ' bop house la the city. JOHN WILSON, Attorney far mortgagee and Deputy sheriff. A UCTION.? NOTICE 18 HEREBY QIVEN, THAT PUR A suant to a power Riven In a mortgage, exeouted on the third day of November, 184-4, to B. Clieseman, on a I the furniture In that Urate ass bouse, it} Franklin stie?t, I shsll sell to-morrow, Monday, at 10>? o'clock, all that first class lurnluim, consist to ?? In pat I of one 7 octave pianoforte. city make, one elaborately carved rosewood parlor suite, oove.-ed In rich satin broc.ote'; good Brurses, three ply and ingrain carpets. rojewood oeif're, side and sofa tables, warble tops: one nlegout rosewood mar ble lop etecere, mirror Iron* ana buck and llnel with satin word; rosewood and mahogany Kllzabc'Jilan belsleods, pure balr mat reases, pallniit.es, rosewood marble top bureaus anil wasbstands; also, oil paintings. large gilt frame mirrors, sttvsr plated wsre, cutlery, Ac. This salo will he without any re serve whatever. and drpogits required (rota every ptucbater Pi rtons in want of good furniture should attend, as every arti cle In tbe house will ba posltli elv fold R. rtKKD, Attorney for Mortgagee. Auction notice-crockery, glass and chuia ?By J. B H UARTLhlT. auctioneer .? 1 unaday. Janu try J2 at 10 o'clock, at 281 Pearl street, peremptory sale oi all kinds W O blue, and common ware, cut. boat and Bohemiau glass, cutlery, Britannia ware, fancy foods, clothing, Ac , in lota to suit detilera. Catalogues now rcao y. Auction aoency.-mco uoo wor.h of goods wan ed, monthly, for consignment and sale by tbe best auction and co-nmls-lon honors In tbe cities of llie South an-! Wc it. Kvet y kind o: goods taken. Ouarauiee, cash advanoes quick sa'es and prompt returns. JOHN P. CAMPBELL, Office 1G, Broadway, N. Y. BY EDWARD PCHENCR, AUCTfONBER.? EDWARD Schenck will sell at auction, on MomUr, 21st Instant at 10,'3 o'clock, at his saletrcran, Iti Wall street, by order oi the mortgagee, two mahogany billiard taolej, in perfect order, wttb equipments complete , made by O'Conncr A Hollander, and but little used. Bale positive. BY WILLIAM T. BOYD 4 CO , AUCTIONEERS-ROOMS No. IV] William street. ?Bales this week. ?On Tuesday 22d inat., at the salesroom, large sale of superior household turDi'ure, also Constable's sale of marblo slab, Ac.; on We1 neiday, household furniture, In Houston street? a good as?or' meet; on 1 hurt day, a superior stock of line groceries, In liii'l son street Bales peremptory. I'arties having lm?'nes? iu the auction lite ra'i have It uoco in a proper and efficient manner by Uie understated. WILLIAM T. BOYD A CO., No. 191 William street. By rdward schbnck. auctioneer.? by order of the Hborifl', ledward Schenck will ?? '1 at auction, on Monday, 91st Instant, a'. 10, 1 j o'clock, at his t-alesroom. No. Iti Wall street, atout 100 bronze c ocks in perfect order. Sale no. sitive. F. L. VOLtkIC, Depu'y nherilt'. Crockery and glass.? j, j. waldron. auo f.oneor? HENRY Q. EVANS, 91 Pearl street, w)!l sell without reserve, to pay advances In lott to suit, to the trade, on Tuesday, Jan. 22, at It') J o'clock, a large assortment o1' wMte granite, china, glass and common warn , including the stock of a retailer declining business. Catalogues now ready. 11XTENSIYE SALE OF REAL ESTATE.? OUR READERS j will notice that A. J. 1ILEECKER A CO. will sell at put> lie auction, on the 24th January, i860, at 12 o'clock, at the Mer chants' Exchange, >cw York, about so/enty valuable pleaes of property In tne city of UrookljD. The sale wiil be positive It being an ass'gnee's f ale. every lot oQ'eted for salo will be sold to the highest Mdder. Maps of the properly can bo had at die auctioneers' offi so. No. 7 Broad street. GEORflE COOK. AUCTIONEER.? ON MONDAY, A.1 | lO'.j o'clock, at 1U0 Broadway, largs stock of custom mailt furniture, mirrors, palliasses, m iltM-sen, silver plstcd ware, Ac , embracing parlor, chamber and ululng room su'ts. wa ilrobes, bookca^s, et^gnres, solas roctors, clmirn, louages, centre tables, Ac. Sale without reser/e. HENRY B. 1IRRT8, JR., AUCTIONEKR.-A93IONEE'3 nalo of tine grnctrlw, choice wines, liquors aud Havana segars, removed for coi.vcnleucc of sale. ? lihNrtY It. IIKKlh. Jr., will sell at auction, cn Monday, January 91, at 10'. o'clock, nt store No. Pine street, camprlwug green and black tens sugar, coffee, soap, osnd'es, gtneor, cloves, nut megs, anchovies, sardines, oil, brandies, gin, will .key shnc lies, port, Madeira, Rhine wines, ehampagces ot various brands, absinthe, Maraschino, Muir A Bon's Edinburgh ale and a large quantity of genuine Havana segars, Terras cash, and u tit poult required of all purchaiors. RL. DELIPSER, AUCTIONEER, NOB. 377 AND ? Bioadtvay, corner of White sireet.? LE xVTfr, lih L1SBIR A CO., will (tell by auction. onBaturday atlcrnoonauJ evening, commencing a: 4 o'clock, a lot ol? fancy goods, gold pens, brushes, fane/ boxes, fictile Ivory figure), paintings, clocks, engraving!, ie ; after which will be sold a large cata loeue ot nilecellaneous, Illustrated, biographical, theoiociaal sccool and other books, Ac., to which thu atteutinu ni? the trade in in; iteil. Goods open for inspection and catalogues ready. S STOVER, AUCTIONEER? GKNTF.RL JI0U9EH0I.D ? lumlture at auc Jon (o-morrow, (Mouday,) at 11 oVloch, at house 72 Klglith avenue, near Fourteenth street. ? S. hTOVMi will sell as above the entire ft trait are contained in the bouse, without rccerve, constating in part of a superior i one wood pianoforte, In perfect. order, havlug been use-l but a short time; rich tapestry , Wilton and ingrain carpc'#; solid rowvrod parlor mite in French brocatcT, with silo covers; rosewood marble top ete?eres, v\ 1th mirror fro?i?; superior carved rosewood cent t o, side and sola ruble*, earner book stands, music stai-da, 'luarieite and other fancy tables; elegant i'renci plate pier sla??es, fine oil paintings. lace window cur tains and Freneh window shRrics, chamber torntture, roeowood nnd n.ahosrany bcdnoads, marble top omenta and muhstaads, china toilet sets, c-ittage chairs, easy anil arm chairs, lounge-,. purehsiriiiattj es.es palllaaiea, Jfealher beds, bedding, Ac. lilting room lurniture? Extension dining table, dining room chairs, tea and side tables sola, bookcase, silver plated Wi'e. cut glass and china t\ a?e table cutlery, Ac ; also % large ? sortinetil of kitchen articles. Catalogues at ll;u house. No post ponemcnt oa any account VALUABLE PROPERTY ON BROADWAY AND PARK place for sale, bj aNTHuNS J BLEKC1CEK 3t Cl?. - Thursday, January 21, is:?, at 12 o'clock, at too Mercian: ' Kictange, tlin lot ot ground aid building thereon, on the northwest rorcer of ltreadway and Park place; lot 27 feet'". Inches on Bioad way. In Oh feel li Inches oo Tark place, and ftubjoe.t to a Ira'* to Mayl,lS6*. $00,000 of the purcliv Ecotey may rf main on bond and mortgag i for ten yeara, a! seven ; er cent 'ntercst For maps, and other pardumars, a i ply nt the office of the auctioneers, N'o. 7 Broad it. TIIK llATalj SKASO\. 627 BROADWAY.? GRAND SOIREE AT MMK. Al*l> mi I M'lle KMMiVHAl VAGKAU'a dancing a' ad ?tnv, t.Si Bionduay, on Thursday ?ven<ng, 21 to January, to c juluwi. c nt '.'Ji o'clock. 1 kktts fit) Ctin's. Private lemons attend '.d to cvi.T) day. IIGUT GUARD BAM. GRAND MILITARY \NI> J civic re-union In aid of tie ?'oni|iiuy Monumental Fund Academy of Uttsic, February It, 1,\'h;. Tli tnts admitting a ceiitlcuau und Indies, to bo had at the principal hotels and music stores Masonic bail.- the tenth annual hai.i. o< M. W. Grand I^sl^e of the State ot Nmf York, W.l lie lie 'I m the Apollo Saloon, on Thursday et cuing, Feb. 1 1. I^Sfi Ticket* at $'<!. to ailnilt a cent Ionian and laoiea, may be oh tailed of Ibe Grand feci nary, J/ULon lieirmn. -No ifros<t wny : of lir. Lewis Feuchtn anger, N. B. Mourn fort, Isaac Phillips, Robert Robern, W. W. Nexsmi. IJeur* Hemstetu. Rt. W. Nat-It. K. W arlug. Ceo. T. Thatcher, uud of the otlinnn of thel.odgei ger.erab} 'it fe.v Vork, nrc.nMyn Stateu Island, ?t.d Wc?tchestcr conntv: an -1 a: the principal music slot ei ami ho'els. N. B.? 'l ho Iratertil'. ' are ro<|Uested to appear In re galin. THE SECOND ANNUAL HAM. OF TUF. VHTNt! IIEN'fc Association for the bsnet ol the Roman Catholic orphans will l.e held at Nlblo's lalnan, on I'ueediy erenlnn, Januarv 22, 1R36. llckewan he ntnainsa o* any ol th" (oliowUig ijBtiUr men, who comprise thr Oomtni tee of Arrangement J. E. McMeuomy, hilmottd P Kelly, Atirrow.l. Etni-U, Hugh Gav nor, Clhartes Ht:??ey. 1?. (tweeny, .lr., John M e'ooney, J. A. Vcl^nulilin, Petar Lyneh, JsnicsLvneh, M. J. 1). MeOlynn, John A MeHorley, Jchn A. Boyle, .lohu Keiiv, Phtllp J. Co/%ns, Ecward C. Byrne, Peter Mcchin, WlilUm II Invln, lmnli 1 1 jtmr, t dive. K , Vennev , Thomas MrKeti ia, Edwaid I. Murray, ,\ttgusiua d'Neil, lti. hard Dal on. John Higgins, " William J knne, John Met,' artln. John W. R lee, Oilver Hadller, J \V. MclCliiley, James T. Duinan, J. J. Campion, Thrm-ui Kay, OeearSpcnee. N. Hussey, Jr.. Win. I'llzoatrlek. Rdward F. Mwllon. AMiRF.tV L. UYK.N'E, President Wtt.t.i 4M I. a trOii, Treasurer. Tti><>. P. K txt.v, 1st VicePrei't. Cnaiii rs Watbi'S, fioi-'y. J.mi.s A. CAttoua, Xd do. THE TWENTY-SKYKXTIf ANNUAL BALL OF TIU NKW Yotf K KIRK DKl'ARTMBis t , For the benerit of Itie widow f snd otphans, will be given a tie Aesdemv of Mtific (Kourteenth street), on Mnndav oven ing, Jsnn?rv2I. Tickets can be obtained ol i lie Mats i;ei?. llKNltV A.HI Kit, I'res 'b >it, loi CI1U street. Pkri'.tt II. *1 iti ?>. Tressnrer, M irket tireet. Jahks F. Wt .sm, Asst. Seo'y, 140 Pearl street. The fofrth annfat.hall avd i rstival oi t?r. YOI KG MEN'S DRVDCK ATM' UNION t f.UH, Win tai.r plaee on wmixMBtv, Js:.r?ar XI, Is.v;, At the NEW CIT5T AHM'.MHLY ROOMS. Mc.iiiImws can proctire their lb ken on app'icatinn to tit - e 131 ml tee. SPKNCF.rt W. ?X)NE, Pre-iident. D. Jom s Cnsm, Secretary, TOMPKINri Hf.C ES BAM,.? THM TOMI'KINS BM'KS, (Company C, Twell'li ltegimout), ball will takn place at Mblo'*, ob Thursday evening. Tauuary .'II. Tickers matr be obtnlM it at the armory. M?r"i - House: Dtslworth's tutlsli store, -WI Itroailway, and at t' ? |triii> ipa' Mi -i. THK ANNUAL BALL OF FUT.TON PI RE ENGINE Cnmp.iny. No. 21, will take tihc-e 011 Tlnir'ilaT evenme, January 111, Is.'i'., at tbe< ity A?"i"iuhly Iiooms, Ml lirotdnay. Tickets, iwo dili.irs, can hi- (Villained from any me ii'in- of the cotnpanv. J.vMIS LEONARD, Ch tlrmm. Jamj - L. Pu.'i <:o, fec/etjuy. KKWARPI. &Z nnn RKWARD.-LO.-T, ON THUR-IDAY EYE ?PtliV/vu nine, January 17, between Wi.iSH) and t",i,iW0, In going irom the Acw llaven depot to tlm Mnlih.aonlan Hoti-e. a black leather frame bm lied in a ml Kllk haadknrchlsl. The finder will confer a very great favor to tlieowner If lie ?H1 not cipete the uane on the liox, and receive the above reward. Aodnvs F^ehauw, Hr.mdway Post oillee. tOK REWARD.? THE PLUMBING ESTABI.I8HMHNT ~ JmixJ of the ttibscriber was eule: i*l on Ut# niglit ot !he 17th itist , and lo'dmrt ol several dozen bran fau ots, rtlturs, Ac., to toe value 01 WW, and a lot of lead pipe. The above reward v 111 be paid fcr the recovery or lh- -ame, or in propor'um or any part. F. K. MURltlKO.N, Jr? HO elsUi avenue. 1?1 r RF.W A RD.? I/)PT, ON THE FYMVING OK THK VJ ?./ 17th inat , goirt; from ffillouKhb) street, Hrooivlvu, to Mneteenlh street, N aw Yot k a lady's >;old watch, hut 'iug ctse, white fare, Arnold maker , I/indou. Whoever will petitri iiie same to H. (1. Reeve, 227 From street, will receive the aloto rowsrd, ? iih the tiianks of the osn r. (fill I REWARD.-HTRAYED, FROM WRS'RR OF ?tPJ" Hroadway and Gtand a'jeel, on fhnradav, 17th lust., an lilt trllsh lull terrier white dug, wtth >ei|uw spots on his I sck and rouiid his eses; had a leather t> aron; ans? e-s;o ,lsek. ^Vbot.ver will return hlni to 11. Ms honey, 211 Mvli II vet. lie, will receive the above reward. REWARD.? DARING nOHHK (IV? STOLEN, ON r*> Friday night. 18lh ineianl, from 'he person of Catnen, ttiu Maiden lane, one breasl pin, one su sluds and one ot sl?< re litittoBS, tnmked J, B J ; also, a f-' .Vt gold piece. Any priion ttivlrg aueh inloi inatlou as will losd to their reoovery wll.be lbcrall\ rewanloil. Address Cameo, Herald oillee. fl HI K HOLLAR* REWARD WILL HE PAID TO ANY I ptr?rn w ho bi lngi l.nrk to L. Welle, RS Gr^lt rd utrewt, s il> ct " K lo/r I I arles ( Hlj.Iu iu; hire t bl.tnk ami tiun.ul , .|, r ? i,b ?M?e Hrr?s< Ho sl/r. |es?, S inO.i 'XCjl WAHW AID MPaai. ??? Q BROADWAY.? A DMIRA 8U SUIT 0F WfCL'j U*?0 i mulshed tvnllj rnonu *o (Mood floor. Alaoasuii ?f irtjcs oaeto lour (rout 1 rooms ooinmiinlrartng. on iMri Boor, r Kh full board. Abe, two single rooms for gentleman, blnaer at 6 o'clock. 1 A?? LEONARD STREET, FIVE DOOR* EAST OF -1.UU Bruadway.? A gectioman and wife, and two rftltfie gentierr.e* , cud tind the somloru-tr a houie in a beaudlaHy I uriiisbed boMD, Willi fan and lira; rate table. Price moderate. Reierencea exchanged. 70 Wlrtl TWENTY THIRD STREET, NEAR SIXTH |u ti enue.- Picasaut pariors aud budruoms, on tbe tlrst aod secocd floors to rent, with board Also a few singe roon h tor gentlemen oan '-e obialued >m vary advantageous If 1 nix, by Immediate appllektioo; 1 Molina very ciinvt-uira' to caissnd sisgts, wblcb pas* ihe door; gas, bail, Ac. contained In Ibe above />?? EAST SIXTEENTH STREET.? A (iENTLEMAN AND UU his w lie, and three or lour 1 logic geaiiem^n can iieKgreu able accommodated with pleasant furnished room-t, wlm lull or pa<tial board, 'llus is a first cla n house, where the ccmloris of home may be eo joyed, ltefereuces excoanxod. fin WHITE hTP.EF.T- A FEW DOORK WEST OK BRO * I) UV' way, two large rooms ol the tirst floor furnished, and t w t small on r on secoiid and sevcial tu ihe attic, at very moderate rents, :o let to sma I families or sirgie gentlemen. 1A CARROLL Pi. ACE. BI.EEOEK.lt STREET, WEST .11/ ol Uro^dway. h geutieuutn iiuci tris wifa aud three ir four single ?eatlen.?"i c?n be genteelly awoonn'tdated wnti very pirs**i I apur'n. utx, furid-died or unfurniahei. wilb full or partial board. Reference exchanged. A HANDSOMELY FCBN1BHED PARLOR AND BED rcom iu llroadwa*. to let to one or two single gentleman. Rooms have gas, pantries, Ac ; situation central and ont.ve nlont, being between llreouin aud Spring sueet*. Ad J res. T, V. D , Broadway 1'ost office. ATI H8T MARK 'S PLACE-? A FEW HANDSOME, WELL tarnished rooms with bo?rd, gaa, Lot und ccld wve , cloeelri. Ac. Koonin sail* lie tor a r-ntlemati and wlb; ?ud single pi ntlenion. Al?o, one single . x>m. Family American ?private. Few oilier pei.-ous. Hirlcl roforemcs required. APARTMENTS FOR FAMILIES AND BINULE ROOM! for HCMii'ir.r.n, with good board, in a l"-:,t dm* house. No Sl.eruT place Mlttcker i-troet. Lidaer >u Oj? o'clock.. French and English spoken. A PRIVATE FAMILY CAN ACCOMMODATE TWO genuemen aid their wives, or iuur single teuliemen, with plooant rooms furnished or unfurnished. ?ud w ilh full or par tial board, io a dr->t class bouse, 2SH Wet Nineteenth s rcet. A WIDOW LADY OF RESPECT A BILITY, OICU PYfNU a line liout-e in Brooklyn, clo. e to KuiUiu aud Wall ureet terries, is desirous of receiving 1 wo or tbme single gentlemen Into her Innilly as partial boarders, where they can enjoy the e< niforiBof a kme on moderate lorms; two frio-idk can bo a", commodated wi'.h a large room. Please apply at 01 Hcurv streot, corner of Orange AFAMn.Y OF THE HTOHE9T RKSPBOT ABILITY would aceommrda'.e a few si ig e genUemeo tviih partial l.o/Md, at f.i 50 pi-r ?eek; (he house In mutated within llvo mi Miles' v,-ji k from Astor piaee Library. Address box 1,424 l ost office. A GENTLEMAN OF QUIET HABIT"), WlfHINil A permacent home, can obtain a large Iront rosm. nicely rtirnlshi d, on (he second floor of a geuieei hciu-e, oxoea by tho ooetipact, having grale, closet, gas and a ha-b In the bouse; stages pass ibe ilt or; omj-s within one block; tei.- minute' walk west from tbe SL Nicholas Hotel. Terms f 1 50 per week. Address Mrs. Eaton, Herald olAce. AUK YOUR3KLF WHY IT IS THAT YOC CANNOT tind a (tnitable b larding place, or bo?rd-'s, and your answer will be, 1 did not apply to the proper source, although It would not have cost me oneocut 1 Uuve iiegleeted to call at tbe Hoarding house and Boarders' Pro'ei Uve Agency (oflinc,K)8 Bowery ) where ihey know troni long apmtM every ponoa keepb k han one lo more boarders, aivl would have bo?u cor 1 coily directed to just what 1 want. Avoid perplexity by cvllivq at the hoard. crs' Exchange, where you will bo poltioly directed to de sirable boardln ( nouses gratuitously. Persons wishing, can obtain desirable boarder* by calling at the E xchange, where they are cbargcd lor the boarders actnallv obtained, O. H. fMHH A CO., 346 Broadway, (Appleton's) BOABI) ON BROOKLYN HEIGHTS -ONE OR TWO tTOMl iii'n can (in aecommodau d with a pieanan*. third *Ur? :ron'. l'cm, pantry, gas and Arc, with full or partial boar J, by nppt'lngal 129 Columbia slreo'. bettveen Pierrepout Mt J t.lnrte, within three niinutoa' walk of the Wa 1 sireat or l'ultou ferry. Roforences exchanged. BOABD IN liROOKLYN.? PLEA8ANT ROOMS, WITH or without board, suitable tor tanulle.' ami single gentle tn?n. Full board, partial do., $1. Situated in tbe most central part of the city. Apply at Toynbec's lfotel, Moniaguo place, Brooklyn. Board in brooklyn.-yacant? a labor front room ou the second floor, and a large baik roam on the third tloor. A gentleman and lady, or two gentlomen, will tlr.d the rnnsforu and ronvoniencet of a homti. Apply at 43 Control ill eel, three doors below Henry. Board-in one of the most desirable siwa. lions in Brooklyn, within five minute**' wa k of the Souih Ibrrr. l'ieaasnt rooms may bo obtained by apalyln< at Z18 tenry street, fourth door from Amity. Refureuoos required. Board in Brooklyn.? a private family, II AV lng mjre room than ibey rcquil o, would bo happy to re ceive r.nc or two Inmates, *?pply at 37 Uacilic street, tfrook lyn, between Bairn and Hlefcs. Board in Brooklyn. ? onb or two single gentlemen can be aacotnmodated with partial hoard, In a private family, wtttout children l<ocauon itn l. Ten minute*' vpb k irom lulton ferry. Address 17<j Adams s'reet. BOARDING -TWO OB.VTLF.JfEN CAN BE ACOOMMO d ?le<l with single rorau, nea'ly furnished. at the p'evu illy situated house, No. 27 North Moore street, near St, John's park. Hath* lit tho house. Board and rooms.-on* or two qentlkhcn wrUbiug one or two p eaasnt trout rooms, furnished, with or without partial board, In a well located bouse In Heventli (vird.wa\ apply at 'J31 Madison strict. rtaa, Ac , in house. Rc'crencc exchanged. Board wanthd-by a family ok five pers-mri. !n a private family, between Tenth anil Twenty liflh streets, weBt of Rroadw*y, where no other boardtre are re ceived. Address J. J., Herald OBI e. "OOARD IN BROOKLYN. -PIN liLK GKNTLEMEN, OR JJ uciit'emen and tbelr wives, can be n<,eomm'vlst?<l with beard, in apiiva o family, ou rcaaonabi* terms, at 83 Adams ,'ticct. BBOOKLYN.-A QENTLEM AN AND LADY AUO OVR or two single gentlemen will find first r*te aeuomiiods '.trns, on very reasonable tirmi, Id a modern private bourn, a few minutes' wa it liom ctouth and Wall aliect terries. Apply at 242 Henry mrcet, between Amity mid Congress. BO AUDI NO?. AT ill RIVINCTON 8THKET. ONB BLOCK fioiu the Ho\' ory. Two your;' men can be act; wtnod itcd ? i'h 1 oaiil, ??' <2. Ml and $-3 per week; a!?ia man and Lis wife, at ft) per week. BOARDING IN BROOKLYN.? A FROST ROOM, ON iceoi.d Hoor, with oi with <ut todrotan aljoiulcs, to rent, alih bond In a pr.vatc tan.Uy Ike loca'lou l?wj dev'.r.i Mu being convenient to Wail alrcet ?nd Boil li l'erries. Appty at "to Honry street, Brooklyn. FURNIH1KD ROOMS, WITH ROaRD. IK K STRICTLY inhale family, in a private street, whcroall tlie coml'jrts i.) .i home ran lie fiijoi rd A gentleman and Ivly, or three stogie gentlemen. San in every rojm. Apply at34 Dninlnicic st. FUT.MSHED ROOMS to LET.? TO LET, Till: FIRST :to?r of lv-me t'J Vanlnm strcc', betAeen Hudson nod Yailck, eonslnluu of iwo parlor *, bedroom, bsthronii and C'clitn, a 1 well turaljfced. Bint moderate; possossioo icnnie dintel) ; hoard U' required. Apply on the premises. L UK NISI I ED OR UNl'URNISHRD ROOMS, A\D I'AR P Inrs, on feeond tloor, to let to stuglo gomiMMO, or to a email ami'y, with or without partial board: will lie let on rca form-le le.rms to ft g^od tenant. Apply at 931 Broadway, cor. Mr oj f wen ty second sirect, irum 6 to* 9 A. M , and tro n t) lo 8 1'. M. Ha*dpomf.ly furnished parlor to lit. with the modern improvewnls, la a central loca'l .n; price modern Address a. C , Union (quite Post oflioe. V"0. .1 MONROE ,->TREKr.? F(-RNI9Hi:D ROOMS TO i' let, wl.li board, at No. .IMouroe atrcet, near Catherine. Teruis n odrrate. ONE SUITE OF UNFURNISHED ROOMd, ON BKOOND tto< r, tront, to let, wltb board, in a house with ait the modern Improvements, up town; also, an English safeiumit ortlre, toi a pbysiotu. Apply at 9^ West Twenty-fifth street. ONE LAROE FRONT ROOM. ANt) ONE LAItOK HUD room, anc :wo unsll be Irootin, lo be let furnished, at i'i Ll.-pet.ard street? toge'licr or .-eparat^ TJOOM.S TO LRT.-A HANDSOMELYFl'UNISHKn PiR JV lor slid bedroom fronting, on die second tloor to'ot.toa hlngle qentleman, In a prlvstr tawtiy. The hon?e bssalltlie in- 'lei n luip. ovtiuen h. Apply at 148 We?t Elevrnth street. Betel ences evhangrd. TO RENT? WITTI BOARD, A HANDSOMELY KFR ni--li< d parlor and bedroom oi> second lloor, suitable fir a Isdy and gentleman. Appiy at lttti Heeoiul avenue. Oonvsnl rot lo Klfihth street. Rei^ronjes ?e<julred. TV' > N1 ED? BY A LADY AND GSXTLEM tN. FUR IT riislied apnrtini-nts, varlor and bedroom. In a hoi:*e v here there sre no other bosrdp'r.?; with a widow Isdy t>t? tarred. Paj^iciit in advance in lien of retoreme. Address A. A., Union .< juare Poet u:lice. m?CK M>ASK?t'S. Ol FK.CKKR BFILDIXOS, fX)RNER OF MOKTON AM) .1 1 hlerrker stteets -Mondsy evefling, Jan. '.'lhi t'ompll irrntary hencti' to Me* -r?. Reevns * Brsdy. Mes?r.-' Ht. Jonn, I'.'lj and Hti.17 hate proffered li^ir ?ervlres and wll, appear. I. a IVtiite Juitli.e will make her first niipearam- 1 in lilts rltv. A Isd iiie Kroelslor Harnwoirs w 111 *lre one o their inimitable pi-i fo1 tuau' es. Doors open si 7 o clock, performance* at a ? liist'er 'oft. Adoitrslon J.V . / > ASH LIBKRALI.Y ADA ANt 'RD ON HOCSFHOI.D 1.^ iinniti:ie. plsnolortee, wawhuH, jewelry. sni'Kleal, i.ao'i i-sl untf imikksl tnsu timeaui, dry Roxis, hardware, l,o"sns, es^ons, srd ft TronMl fir^pertj- of i.vors- description, or tlic ??ttne houf b: on! tor rash, by KICH A Kit WAU'rKK. AUit'on e?r. No '"2 iiioome strtc. rorner of Mero?r. BBOIFI. VFAR THK PARK ? AN Y OKNTLEM AN DIS |.os,d u>npcu a tlrstrmv hotel will please address R. L K e?ie ol >ylvr?ter Lay, 1? Wall utreet, w l?n .he advertise wlil.io n arifpotislblepsny, ?ivi? lull p irit 'iiai*. an4 m%W s?t:?'tsctoi J pioiio'i'ioiis. PIANOS AND MUSIC.- WR T.EARN 1HAT HORACE | WATI.liS, of >o .13.1 Broadway. N. F., a?ent foi the sale oltiianv ot tlte trintt relebrato-t mai-ers ?.i mauoe and melo itfons. is i ti trlie thetu at pries* wbicb we nlilwa! wha de aii e oi pun li?>c to avail tlfm-eivea of, as an opportunity not I'kely olten lo oecui'. lie is ?4.-o *c lltnl his largo and wel' krown c.i'a'i sue oi mns'c at one thirl Die regular prices, nn'l wl 1 lot waid *e sauie by niaii, iroe of i>oetaw. ills oflw to 'hetrtde, tenilier* a<id -ohonla, trv o< the mo.t t'krorable clii i a< or- all o. wbl . ii lie w 111 be able to '111 to the letter, for hav Ir.g widely adtpted the ca?h ?jf.?-<*ii. 'ibi- Horare Haters' pi ?ni - ;iie know-as'' arrons *h? very bee'. We ere i".inbl?l to -if.ii.voi tti-? insttunents with ?>i<na deyreeot r-?ntii/?ne; iii-iii 1 1 r">wel knawlrdgei-f U>?tr ene^l>M tone and<1tir?>le |i.*i,ty -!N ]. vamc l-t. WATCIIES, JKWRI.RT, AC. / 1 A 1. 1 F t tR N f A I) 1 A MO NDf.-T H IsTn R W VND BKiUTl . V-' ful?rl i le is e.ill this r.< :e. l'iey a-i raallt i<mal in beau,, and ?>t U is?e> to tec t.-ai dtawonds. Qtntlouum'a tim/r pit'* With eiwid. *? : w t li.ui-, rill J, to f 1,1. liarr.n' s '?nd?. cio'fcs, Ac, -t t,? ma,l i.i m v p iriui 'he UnltM Ha'ee. L. A J. ,J At t)H,s, in? iiffci iijiins *illnrs MK ttmsnway. COAL. Ot HliM.HU.L OOAL V \RD - Ml NRO ,t liti.HK. No. 1 ij )-4ii.t 1 wenileth stree', nrar l'li?. arouni-, sro roldm." the I.eM m red ai:d white a?h roal, all sizes, ai UieluHmt msrk -t p. ires i>rli??iod in fcoud order |u h'iv p irtof fie city. The r. hmliil "ial Is the bes* to tho c't? f?w i?.u.l> u e. a?il Hie , i . r* i' - ' i*oi| I iriaisii' .?.t | ree':|i1e? i, . ha. iii a ..(?:* 1 I.e. T A situation Wanted? by a bk-ib p\bli? yowg nw. as Uibt porer under clerk; U ?>Lilng i# make him*eif general j uaeful. Hw city refTfc/iee <>??. Addruis A. B., box M9 Newark Po? ottct, N. J. ARWPKCTABLE PKUTKSTANr OIBL WJHW A. situation. lo do general hoo.ework, ,o an-na!. f?&Uy , Jeriiicdx oncklng. wa?btng and irouin.'. Can be *e?n for .wo days at 470 6tb av., between 28ih and ?ifc ata. I . jc, -be i Die*. ________ BOOKKEEPER1* SITUATION WaNTK^-BY A OKN lleman thoroughly arqualuted wtik d'jub.e utd bmgl* en try. Add re? W.. Be. aid office O LA1VIBB8.-WAXTICD. A CLKRKSUP H A UW ? office, bv a f?wj er admitted t > tue bar In i860, aal ac< naiot c? wub ike practice and ihe rnutln . of the aoorto, sad ir.th of* fire bualnert; bMt o reloieuoo given. /uUrtH L. S., Herald " tlice. _ TO MANUFACTURERS OK W JESTED. ?THE UNDEB i>igncd, a praotl-al operator 00 worsted machinery, wlabee to set a altuaiJon lu nla hostnea* He la ful y eompetea; to take charge ot atfV mtU. having bad, during Ike last la ecur veara. the dum( ?xt*nal- n experience in making tvMdi o' kit atoda. apj manufacturer In ?aut of a Srsf rate bead, aiay jddrma, f ir furiber jiertioulers. John Sugdee, Amu'erdew, Mnptgon.enr county, ?. Y The beat rtferinm will be given or ablli y, Ac. TO CARPENTER* OB HA8H AKD BLIND MAKERS.? A utiari, cood, faithful American boy, wtsbee to Jean) tutu r t>l the above named trude; h? s nine knowledge of ntiog 00 a. AD] per ton in want of ?och a hoy will please OAiiOr atl drertC. W., 3B1 klghib avenue. Noue bot Americans need appty TO BUTCH ERR. -W*N rRD, BY A BKiPECT-.BLH man, lately from hnu'aod, a ?! nation aa batcher llur ouibly understand! the bualneoa. Address E. H Herald office. WANTED? BY AN AMEBICAN WOKAN, A BAEK tO nuire at her own reat^ence. where *h? *1 1 take the lea care cf it havtr g loat ler o* r babe only two days cl-l Any person dmlrtog to bate ibi ir i-h'ld we'.< ciraed a<i taken care of, wt 1 pktue call at M L'nlveraiiy p'.aoe, neat lfc Ktrtct. W APHJNO ASD IROSiyti DOSE WITH UE-PATO^L ?T In a ueat aud cupitr'nr utanier. Pln-.Hn 'n 'lUlre at \"o. 40 Racket lUeet, neur uamilion at tnue, 43utt U.-^okiyn, itirtl floor WANTJD ? A SITUATION. A8 KMtirNESB OH draugbtktnan In a loc >n>?Uve munuf? :v>rf or ral.wby, by tt joudk uiiui ? no h*? served in appreu'.iceihlp at a'.i yearn lu one cf the principal uianuiaciorioH tu hng'aiid. Addreu L. B , 1'oet ofllce, WANTKD-BY A BEal*l!CrAHLR YOC?<i KIN. A ultL'Mlon, uh coaebman; nndnmtn'la b'a nnalnees tn eyery *a?; ba* Mved la bit inst place t'tar yea"* *nl a haf; can t lye tbe beat of city re'eri-uctt. Can be aeen for t wo days at 23 Eaat 12th ttj IIGLP WASTED. Italian tiuchkr wa? i-ko.? an Italian lvdt, rcnidlitr in Urooklvn. who c*u devote two or Ihr-^e bture a wrek toihe Instruction of a pupil, raiy bear of cne bj aJ drewing Irving, Herald office. Retail i>ky uoods salb.sm'CN wanted? by cnb of ibe Hint retail houioe In PUubu>'g. Pa., viz. : on*: tui Fllk ralein>a>:, one aa abawl sileatnai, and jno aa eubroM-try ralecman. Nona but experienced men ot uableniaieJ e^aras ter nred np(.lv t-alary l'>00 y-r ve*r. Addraaa ueatjaki, box 1.702 Fort offi.v, New York, nta<ing ure&ent or last employ era, ard giving rcfercnces SAI.ERMAN WANfED-IN A WISE AND LI<irOR importing boute. a German ealttMiian. who speakt good l'.nglii u, abd nun an extpnalvn ncqualMoo>v> wf h <;ermaa city grovern in ibe cil.' . and can Ictlueuue a ^oud cash btuinea*. lo bucb 1 one a good rrmtinitrailon * ill ne paid. Bone others need apply, .addretn sox 4Mi, 1'oat oftl:e. WANTED -A COMPETENT, Mi 1)1)1. E AOED WOMAN, to <nke rare of oiiklrau in a private faail't muns bring good reference; Ibe heit of w*?e? uAld. Apply In Clin ton avenue, kc.oud houro north ui Uutalb, ttrooklyn. WANTED- FIFTY GfRl.8, To WORK ON DREP5H.il and doakx. Apply to Madame Mat, M Amity sir:?L WANTED? AN AMKRIOvN OR EVOLTSB WOMAN, who under itanda the management y a imrj] Vn boovi wlieie a few cong aie kopt; th.1fan.1lv in imall aid tbe wo"lc ilguL A perton havUg achii'. and n Ishlruf a good psra.? nent bemtt, m<iy hear el a toxl place b> adores leg a ao? ? A. K., box 107 llera!d oOlcc. ?\X7"A> TED -A WOMAN. WKLI. KEOOMMENDED. AS M waller aid aeamxtreati at lit Madinon avenue, between 2 ith and 151 h air, ; be?t of teatlmonla a ax to ability and charac ter required. None o hers reed apply. JAN TED.- GOOD 8TRAW HEWERS WAKTED AT IX Lero; jilace, BJecckcr st/eet, bciwo^n K jr.'eraod '/rcsoeu v\ WABTED-A PHOTKSrANT OlftU TO DO THB hooaework of a vei y small t'a n'ly (?Vermin pret'trreJi; mnat he a gord waiber and ironer. anl underaund plala cooking. tlLOwhocAn eime well r.ie mrui-tiW ui?y apply at 72 Hammond at., between tbe boars of U) ,'.uJ IS o'clock. WANTED-A ClIBI. TO WORK IN A PBINTINQ ?)F flce. Preference wlb bo f iven ti nun u?rd to broms ce gold leaf, lor fancy printing. Apply to Bartoa A Oollian, 3S Beckroan street. WANTED- A GOOD WA8HER AND IBONER, IN A small family; colored preferred Thate baring j; oi.il relet cnoea t ay apti y at Mo. S21 6 h avenue. ljV' ANTED? AN EXPERIENCED TOOK; SHE Mr-P Vr understand her t>uaine-i tbur-ngbly. Apply at U'-tJ r.?ni llihKt ; al?o. a good waiter man, who understand* b,s Ku-.. ne>b, a nd can bring good reference* from ble lact place. WAITER WANTkD ? A MAN WHO UNDE5-T 4.VDS bia business and ran give good city neox'uen li> ,cta. None oihtr need apply at 11 Kant flsih at. H/ ANTED- A YOUNG MAN, 18 OB SO TEAR? OP AGE, yv aa an au (slant bookkeeper; mu?t write a eto: bai.ii. ana inidn RtHi.d making out bills, Ac. Address W. 8. B, A'3e . b~x 4 5U ! Post office. WANTED-TWO CLEBK'S; ONE TO ACT AS PALE9 mantiwlth |a good Southern and Western ac; iaiatan e preferred^ and one to act as shlpplngiolerk. A'ltlrcss E. K , Broadway Post office, *17 ANTED? TWO RESPECTABLE MEN, OF C.OOD AI? yy dreaa, lo ranvasa for sub?riipilons to Morte s f, -n?ral Alia*, jtwt published by D Applotoo's A C 0 Tc tho -i?t ?: kiod of men, very llbeial icrins will be offered. Apu.y ?r 10 o'rloi'k, to S. B.Ford No. 9 Appleion's Building, iud ^4-! Broadway. LOK1' ADD FOUND. CAMEO FIN LOST-ON FRIDAY AFTERNO V N K?1dj: Ironi the corner of geoond arenas mi t* nr. I <ir ??! to Urondway. U Is <>i liir.'O aire, net In gold. reer?"-i ? (jcorge abd the Dragon. I he tinder will bo tte-ai; :?*?< . .i id by lenrire tt at tiio Kan office. DOG LOST.? A ni.ACK *>d TAX COLOR 7.KKt. UK sin!, cijilit ninths i M, w tn lut !n Br.iadway ot th t ? ,fit ot tlie Idh ll>?t,, mar Mbl.Vs tbeatro. perfectly mi-iodjuo wtlto ?pot*: em*. aid mil trlnwiird; led ear tops do?T; fir on the Km of her bead an?v,?rn in the nune of Tepsj. >\ bo ever *11) re'niu hu.- u> 1.V1 Maiden lane, ap tik.--. viol to libei aiiy lewarded. FOUND? ON inT-i 1TTH INSTANT, $27,996. Till OWN. or i aii have tl.o nine by prov'ne proper^. '<Jdre?l Daniel M. Lent', at Frederl-k Hcilewa, Jr.'*, S57 Broad -ray. L"Ot ND-ON FRIDAT RVRNINO. NEAR CORTL- VDT r atieet, a porteinoi.n-i'.e, containing a amall turn of n- 3?j, which 'he owner e in have by inquiring at 178 Washington LOFT-Y1 STKRDAY, IN !IR?i IDTiT, BtTWKEK Pcnlh forty nnd ltleecker s'ree* *n ujlons bresatphi, wii? hair hrulttol !u front, *i,.l 'he uumc nf I, -it vf aJdrtn engraved ? ?n buck. TI.q tn.der villi be 1; wmIIv reua-deil by r-Urn^g: it to the owner. 12J rtlcccter street, ot to W ? Jron, * Ca., 71 aiid Froi.t alt ecu LO.NT-FROK ROOK U H AI.I.K' h* BriLIHNO, OOF. r.er ol liioaduay and hesle ?tre,", a iijoket mem iraoduu-' book, ol no raiua tJ auy one hut >b<' oane-; the *w> note* ; conn.niid air aiopiipj. a nultabto rew*rr. wU. b? pa-.d Mo o-? qucmtoni ai-VeJ. uff A open f.vni S unlil j. Lost? in mroauway, bktw r.EN rnix i? A\r> Cbaubni ntrouta. a liundu of uomvie c) '-hlng. oatal*. loti four dark eoa'a. llie tintlcr m,! ir. Hbirally rewvrde^ t) y leaviLg them at the grocery, 8W Broadway. LOfrT-TEPTERDAY, IN A OR AND STRRrrr ANt? Row rry iiMen, a gn'J watch, U.r.tlcy mn emini,} wlJj aplalu liiit i;o!d iub chilli. Thedia' li r| a picture oi' Use Cty ll.ill, pnrk aid tomnain engra\ea ou H. It wa: lo?' be.? orn Trinity o.h ii rf.h ainl K.^pj mailtef dollar* Will be r** n toutiy ]ier-ou who wl 1 In lm: tt to (irani (. rent, ail nj ?I i?V oti-i a'kei'. IOST-ON FRIDAY KYHNTX3, IN I'ASSINO J Onmcila atm t 'hr.iuRh t'Uih avrtrn ana Wave-ley placs io A?tor place aim tli* hourth men ?? , a in" ot bark ol'la, eou tlatitig oi onn iwnnlyr doJlarand anmrnf ?maller biii< amoun' m;* in all to nlmnt loriy dollars The will > e libera. ' xr rei*anlr.l uj rrmrntng ihe uini 'o CiuWhlU A 1 tost. S6 f nlajc teplaro, nra>? A?for place. TOW? ON SATURDAY EVP* I.VO, THE I?TH IV?r 4 J terrier ilou ni a redrti h eol? r; ..n-wem lo tte oaiiie o* "Jack;" liad on a eh? In (V.llar with a never pla'e, on whl-h wiiaermarcit " Jiirk-W. A. Moor* Mbki'i Oar 'en " Tr.o Under wil bo sntta'iiy rewarded ? n Icavins Rat awThorrj. *on itrrcU ' T)0?KPT BOOK l.OST-ON THE 8IITI! A\rM"1 1 i *ri*. or in 1 weniy UilM a'roet, a porlemonnale, conta i. iDi; puprrit nf no rnlno to i.ny one elue and a plain *o!d sleevn billion l'lrase return it to tlen K W.-.rd, 52 John "'rW ')? ?>7 Kamlwenly third atrcet, w here a su.tabie rewj .1 will t ? lilve". STOPPED. PI PPOSRD To HAV? BK?N SI i'KV-A f? illaoioi a p'n and rln?. The oiixer can obtain in- a If ptovlbg property ai?l paylni1 mwh""! Apply to iTk.n it i I.ko.v 1M ChaAam^. STOLPM? TURKKRt>ND30F *l,nO? EACH, AND tliiU.M ot jreotath, da'ed 0. t->? rr 3, 1RM. parable Oote' er 18 ;t?, euupona atlaehcd, I au?1 by P.O. WlUlami to M -wn Kei ey, uumre or beaier, ami guarameed by Jainea Wad worlb, Kk<| , nf (inr.f.Ki e. aII perreua are oantlonvl a^iln*; buylru or ri ot Imi.j raid hor It. K. (J. WILLIAM4. TO UR0KFR8 AND BPT n RS OF OOLO.? LOPT. A pblii r<f joariK- and fire irnld d'i?t. Th? actual val n o. i1m* ?o'a irm al onl ?16. The llinler who will roatore 1' wil^ b* I aid $2.\ ai.d i <> nuewinn* a?kod. t be gold waa of a u t>r color ilicn utiial. At plv at the naim* of nondurM KUlia -34 Imdlnij fompuny, 6U Hioodway tTik~ thadks. PENCIL CK"K MAKRH WANTSD-A 8H0r ASP u o!?invpleie will be furnUlied, and Um highest price* j uiil lor ho drra aatliey are tump I in; or tho thop and too!a will l e rcnied In*', io ? mm wtih ? amall oaptlaL Thl* la ac ipi urtnniiT feidoni met villi ax ibero Ii no pencil caae makv Kmlh er M e I nC Mil OiJr Ipl.ltt. Add' PU Gold Pen Mannfa^* lnry, il'l Bai'lmori >t , llal inu rr, Maryland. 1>PRMSM A\ WART ED -TO OO TO HALIFAX, N. & A I niter, ?V'n,i? jnnng mail, under k landing the aiDage/nei.. ei a a'e* in power pi e?", rati obmin n permanent il.ui.ir. anil toed wajtH. Apply at J. Korth's raifllnery (Wre, 199 FtL' .<? ?.r"?i, Brimkl*u. Ik'ANWD? A Cof-D W \Tf"HM.\KER, TO OO TO MTR. TT m .i| pi. Apply at ^1 Ma dan laae. VI ANfF.T>?A raiNTKTI; A TOtT.ja HAN, CSfFCL ff in n ?f.y?rt).re, irwvrrwni with PfM pr'nuug. !>f, Apply t>v 'v '1 r !?> K- K. H., Herald U AMI D-A yiR*T HlTK CAP CUTTltR, WHO H ? f 111 ly cm itjm >nl ?o ? ?k?* ? ljurgc of tax enUbllHlim^t m <??r email, not** i invionatl; h ru'? inanAiit Hitmailoo ind'. jMl CI Inppi ??lk.n wlil be aljin to the tlulit kind of ptraor Far p.?i 1 1 mi < ?p/'ly n> >1 flirn , Ro. 3 ? cdar at, rff'I'KLLIORirCK offxcrsT l^MI'I'Vi'lM WHU1SO I.OOD HF.ItTAVTc tr^T lj I.I.I I. | .11,'.., -? Or.eltn, ll.BlUl,. f . .J ? ?J " lot.- ;-o|t',M. utile .MMi,,, j.,.,, 7\" li./