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Er fine BAsmnorr to i?t? in a good situation
| tor a iwlwiMt, 80 feet land >>/ 17 'e?t mine, situ?ioori
west aide of sixth avenue betwe?o tttierley piacsH
eilrrson market. WII be le. low to a good tenant- Itquire
' OHAfl. McAULKY A CO., 83 Sixth even no.
PARTMRNT8 TO LKT-IN SIXTH AVNNUR, NKAR
1 Eighteenth street The furniture, including a splendid
lanoforte, Wilt be sold cheap. Apply i0 UAttveY A
^OnOLLT, JUBJi Canal street.
. PARTMUNTS TO L*T TO GENTKKL AMERICAN PA
.A. ailUes. in the best now tenement beuse In tbe oitr ; brown
tone bail, Iron rating room* large, light aud Miry; Crotoa we
Br. |U, oilcloth, Ac. Mo. 70, late 72 nldridge atrbet, between
piand and heater streets.
?A FJBhT CLASS FURNISHKn HOUSB TO LET? PLEA
?uL lant'y ii'uaicd, near Fifth avenue, and below Kifi.ee nt .
Jtreet. Price fjijo per month. Adornta K. 8., Herald office.
NEATLY FURNISHED PAR OB TO LET, TO BUIf
, a gentleman and hie wife, or (Ingle geutletneu; also, ?
front room, fin ished, with board, wtere there are but few
Apply at m Mulberry ?t., m at house from Broome
BSIRABLA STOBKK IN HIXVH AVE'UI TO MCT.
Tbeator* and hove No 100 Btxia avenue, directly opposite
Ibraon market, and ba. ween Kigbth and etlnth streets. aUo
lie handaoma new large store ann eeliw No. 93 Sixth avenue
ts moderate, Appl} to it. L. SU YI)aM, 15S Waver ley
aear Sixth avenue.
?WURNISHKU BOUSE TO LKT-FROM THE FIB8T OP
; a four story brown atone basement ho ate, furuishel
>le e throughout. together with all the modern improve
a. situated No. 64 Thirur-fltth atreet, between Lexington
Fourth avennee. Apply to J. 8. CRAIG, National lu
see Co., Ot WaU street. or to 0. THORNH. 1U Leonard at
_ AHGK BOARDINU HOUBK TO LEAf I A MEW
' ?o a gqpd teaant tor a boarding botsee, or private fauiiiy
Tbe bonne la arranged with all the conveniences of a
I built bouae, furnacaa tor heating, gaa fixtures, Ao. .
this aflorda a desirable opportunity to oommenee a good
aa the bonne la situated In the plea* an tost part ol the
i, on high grouira, and within live minutes' walk of four fer
l There Is no other hou le of the kind In 'hat section of the
. sad a number of private families are now ready to lake
ma. Term* moderate to d good tenaant. Apply to WM.
ALL, 220 *ron'. street, Mew York
fckTOlICR TP CABMEN.? TO LET, THE HOUSE, SO SC AM
me street, fr <?m the first of May, with stables in the rear,
ratable tor (our horns, gateway and court yard In front, with
mom for carts to be drawn from the street, all inclosed to the
?weBing. Unliable tor two families. For particulars. Inquire
|t AS0 Grand street
DPP I CBS to LBT OR LEASE, SITUATED IN BROAD
way. between Thirteenth and Fourteenth streets. In
rare at 860 Broadway.
ipAKT OP A MOUSK TO LET-TO A SMALL FAMILY:
the aenond or third llnor, partly luruUhed House has all
modern Improvements. Pleasant neighborhood, up U>/rn,
u aide. Ail drees B. C , box 106 Herald oillce.
IpART OP LOFT IN FULTON, OORNSR OF OOLD
street ? Most desirable for a nousul, real estate office, or a
ess ot goods not bulky; best references will be required
d given, fosaewrton Immediate. Apply on tae premises, to
SEVERAL GARDEN FARMS TO RENT, IN KINGS
" count*, near Brooklyn, of from ten to thirty teres eacb,
alth or wl'lout buildings, will oe leased for three ir five tears
pxrlor land' for garden purposes, and on railroad %nl omni
s lines. Apply to U. R. MILL KB A CO.. l'JS Broadway.
3 A LOON TO RENT OR LEASE ? ON TUB COttNBR OF
Broadway and Thirty -ninth street, just opposite the Broad
lay stage stables; will be leased on favorsble terms. Apply
I &. Q. PIKBUtt, Pine street, corner of Broadwa'.
rUM POWER. ? WKLL LIGHTED ROOMd TO LBT,
with steam power, Noa. 29 and 31 Goud street.
, K. HOB A CO.
LET? TWO THREE STORY BRICK HOUSES ON
Fifty-third street, between Kourth and Filth avenues; wtl
fttlot to food tenants at ?a<M each. Inquire of C. A R. FOIL
(?ON, 321 Bouth street. _
LET-TWO FINE LARGE OFFICES. DIRBCTLY
oatlatkefit. Nlchotaa Hotel. Inquire Of JuMN GRA
1(5 Broadway, aeeond floor.
hno LET? TWO SPLENDID HOUSES AMD SfottSS, IN
U a first rate buMreaa location, on Kighth avenue, Mot. 4U7
bd *Uiyi. between Thlrty-aixtb and t'Uiriy-seveuth streets, lhe
~ > are sixty teet deep, and the houses contain ttfleea rooms
. with fine baaementa, Urotoo water, Ac., Ao Will be let
la* moderate rent to good tenants. Possession given Itnmedi
Mr. Apply to M. oOOPER. 112 Chambers street.
0 LET? THE STORE AND FRONT BaSEMETT IN THE
new building on the ncrtu west corner of Spring and Croa
*1 afreets; an exeellent location for bualnaia purposes. In>
" i m the buildinc, ot Aason House.
NO LBT -A PART OF A OKNTEKL HOUSB, WITH A
garden, containing a variety of truit trees; Is one of the
t desl>a*le locations In Breoklyn, aud la wlUiln llfteeu mi
Krtde b> car of Fulton ferry. Address D. K. u., Brook
si office. 1 ?? ? j
_ LET-A TWO STORY aTTIC AND BASEMENT
|i. brick, house, 145 Delanoey street, in the best of order; rent
; eontaulLg 13 rooms. Inquire of Mtebard 1 yler, 73 Wash
~ street, or In toe comer store.
El LET- IN THE CITY OF KBWARK, N. DRY
gpoda state, 164 Braad street, wfthAattre* iiU?tU00p?r
ttat. Poeeetskm 1st jf Mareh a.lse tWe three story xaret,
i dwelling. 7 and 9 New street, with fixtures; rent t U& per
. , r>; pos*ersloo 1st of April next. Inquire of ultfUd,
|) A&Ttf w aITK A Co., h9 Chambers street.
LKT-A FOUR STORY BtlOWN STONE HOUHK, IN
Ihtrtv-eiirbtti street, fourth louse from Fourth avenue,
n odern Improvements Aiso, one three storv briok
boose, 284 Spring street; and one nm*U house, 284 Spring
7. Inquire ot T. A L. ROSS, 99 Pearl and 62 Stone
LET-DUANE 8TREBT STORES -THE TWO BRoWN
?tone front stores (five stories), to be completed by the 1st
March. Not. 159 aud 1A7 Duaoe street. In the lm mediate vl
rlamit> of the Hudson River asd Brie Railroad depots wl 1 be
et together or separately, being 80x76 feet The street Is o be
t'eek paved early thia spring Inquire of JuHN LLOYD,
tamer of Aassau and Pine streets, over tbe Bank of tbe Oom
T?0 LfcT TUB COTTAGE HOUSE AND EXTRA LOT
laid out In garden. No. 61 West thirty- fifth street. Itoon
a aii tbe modern Improvement!, and U weW calculated fir
genteel family residence. Applv to JOHN hi. DtiVKLIN,
Bsq.-, counsellor at law, corner or lJberty and Nassau street#
rro LKT-THB FIVK 8TORY BUILDING 104 CENTRE
|? ft'fot, lor workshops; also st"re and basement, to#
nd 1W?; also tbe adjoining building. Ho. fltteil up tor a board
na bouse and dining sa'oon, with steam cooking appara it,
trttt or without the siere. Apply at4d Rose street, bate neut.
po LET DUELLING PART OK HO 08 *8 ON FOURTH
L avenue near Twenty-seventh atreet, euntisting of three
itorles above the stores, with kllchen, Urge yards, Ac Tbe
muaes have gas, paths, dumb waiters, contain twelve rooms,
uod have no connection with the stores. Kent $500.
K. B Kl.'JsHlUJiR, 319 Fourth arenae, only a to 10 A. M.,
Tl* LET? ON FOURTH ATBNUE, NEAR TWENTY FIFTH
A street, two or three nice three story ntMtneat houses, con
sitting twelve rooms, In good order; modern Improve-nents Ac.
jood location for phyniciana, danilsia, arshi ects, or private
?etWences. Rent Si Of. Alan, one or two small three story
touaes on Kortv -third stre?t?
E. B. KI.N stllMKK, 31'J Foorth afcntie, only 8 to 10 A. M.,
IM 3 to 7 P. M.
ELET? a BROWN arONK FRONT HOUSB, WITH
kl the modern Improvements. K?tit*7i>0 ''ro'no water
ind repairs. Apply attft) West Thirty aiith atreet, near
"10 LET? 4f> WHITEHALL HTREET, JUST ABOVR THIS
. South lorry jandopposIM the Battery; has been occupied
or fe boarding anowlKlng house, witb a narrootn, tor the I ist
Uniyears There are a ?> two sinal s>u-es well suited for any
light busineas. The whom will be - rented to a good tenant at
fair price. Apply to J. W. QL'IOfl, 81 Broad street.
r> LET-PART OF A FIRST CLAM HOI'S S IN TIE
Seventh ward; privilege of bathroom, and gas If required
o a small (amilv ot two or three peryons. this tvould be a
lealrable residence. A reference required. Address O. P.,
In 6LKT-1HF. TWO TBRfE 8TORY HOUSKS NOS. 7
|X and 11 1 aight street, opposite Canal street; rent JW00, Also
seat and convenient three story houses Noh 123 and l'io
lasmoiid street, near dreenwich; r?nt $tiS0. Also tbe two
hree story boiues In Sixth street, near avenue O? old Nos.
81 and 383; rent $460 Apo y to R. L. SU IOaK, 168 Waver
ey place, near hlxtli avenue. '* _
TOLET.A>D FURNITURR FOR 8*LR-A 8M4.LL.
convenient three story and basement hottso, on the east
IdeofthM city; location unsurpassable, with water, gataad
ieebee's range, In good order, ana possession given on the first
if April. For particulars inquire, at 369 3uutit street.
fooLKT, OR LEA8E? AT CLIFTON. BT^TKN I4L1ND.
U. a ttirnisbed bottte, beautifully situated, with tfablet, Ac.,
ia. Inquire at HBEON'S Mxprata OtBoe, South ferry; or at
c^? " s atore, Tanderblit Landing, 8. 1.
mo LET OR LEASE? A THREE STORY AND ATTIC
LL bouse. (No. 696 Houston street,) with all the modem Im
brovcnianta. Inquire at 283 Broadway, from 9 to 10 A, M., or
,t M Amity atreet.
h'O LET OB LE 48E? THE BTORE, 90 WILLIAM 8TRKST
IX between Maiden lane and Piatt street, being fur ilsbed
Iwltb gaa tlxtiirea, fire proof sate, Ac Asply betwcea In and
tmock, to B. B. HUTOHlNGh, 36 John atreet
hno T.ET OR LEASE? UOU&RH NOS. 7S0. 782 ANO 784
LL Eroaitwav, corner of Tentb street together with toe va
it lot in the rear. Said houses are connected Interiorly,
I will be let or eased in nor parcel, or sepirti elr. Uouta
. 170 Bleecaer street, corner of Var'ck plane, live stortei
ilgh.eontalnlt's sixty-fht'ee rootna. with alt the modern c nive
ifenaes , recently finfahed at great exoense for a large genteel
?oar#a? house. Store Na SB > hampers street, third bouse
teat 0f Broadway, adjoining the store ot Alexander r stew
rt A Co. For terms, Ac., auoly to ALEX. T. STEWaRT,
ircadway. Chambers and Meade streets.
lid pT or" LEAM FROiTtHE FIft3T~OF~MiY-ONR
A df those lar?e four tforv brown stone houses situated at
No. IB Iwelfth street, between Hec -nd aad Third avenues.
Said bouse has all the modem Improvements, with bath, gta,
skandelters, Ao Apply to J. H. Ck al<?. National Insurants
Oo., ? Wsll street, or to C. THoRmE, 112 Leonard atreet.
rro LET, L1AMK OR EXCHANGE? FOR IMPROVED
1 ettv property , a desirable countrvseat of sever acres, at
Maspatb, 1< I., > , ml'es from the Brookl|rn ferries On the
premhes la a large double bouse, with o a er 300 teet of platias.
Alto frill' forest and ornamental trees; flower and veretabla
gardens, a well Ailed toe house, bam and carriage house, aaH
wster bathing house Ao. It Is eety of access oy omnlbuttrom
" terries, at il by tho Flu?hfng Kailrosd. More laud oan be
Ifilenred Innulre of N. n AFIt, on tbe premises or of
|R1>WAR1> GOOFRKY A RONS, M ^.ruoe ttrSet '
rpo LEaSE-THE OLD ESTABLISHRD COAL YARD.
N loa 33 and 36 Stanton atreet, with scales, atables Ac.
iTo parties in Oie coal business, this oners superior Inducements
lore fcvo able lease, itpply to MILf.ftK .1 MOKRIH, marnlc
bull'lbig, 11 PIm ttraet,
O LET- A LA ROE HOUSE, WITH SLaUOHTRR HOCSN
_ atid stsble, a good we I of wafer at d garden. Ami* on
the premises, t orner of Broadway ar.d Seventy firtb street.
K LEASE FOR A TERM OF YEARS? THE FIVK
atrry brick building >1 West atreet. enure, or the store
r and lofte. eaoh separately. It v favoraoly situs ed tor a
Hour arid provision store ship ehanrtierv, agricultural ware
bouse. Ae. inquire on the premises, third floor, rear office.
>*d pltes Iron hath tub, copper boiler, Ac . and a theodolite,
i fine Instrument, tor Bale there, at a low prloe.
Iff SriKMTMu J
I Apply to OkOU. SIuRXjSfllS' ?***' *?*'. ;
THO LET-TH08R MAT TWO STORY AND ATTIC
bou**a Wot. 70 and 76 Whlto street wtto (Man *Wr
aawewR1 jjrowjiiiBr^ |
THO LRT-THS FIR6T CLAM DWELLING HOOSK, X)
? foe l front uitttr suitable lor ebnaedlac bowse arjpri
vale family. situate No 270 Ntolh street. Apply to KOBIMlC
RIUYV^ANT, Mo. 9k Merchants' Kiohaiaga, office oo Wa:i
"TO LBT-TBN NEW FIVE STORV MARBLE FRONT
A store, No. H Bowery, Between Heater and Grand streets:
store a by UO with counter, cellar and vaults; imoodtato pos
wmIou given. Apply to M. H. A D. CA-SHMAN, no, 6 Beaver
THO LET OR LEARt-fiBQP ROOM, Hl'ITABLK FOR
? mechanics' Jpureoaes ; wall lighted with yard, Me. ApR
ply at 3M fieit Twenty-eighth street, near North river. I
LET-WItR OR WITHOUT FUKN1TURW, THK
?York Ila\ Hotel, kw? ar da halt miles from Jer?ey City I
beautilnily ocMmI OB tt?f New Yoik Hay. coouuaadiig a final
view vftbe Bar and '?'arrows, and verv retired; good Bihing I
loatlt.geod betfaingi stages pasa a abort distance (ran toe
home every half hour Inquire opposite tlia promises, ?
address Oeo W. Iowa, Jersey tftt/. H
r> LEaBR-A TBKII ?tout aMD ATTIC IODM,
with stable In the rear, situated la UUntoo place, Eighth
?trrtt, No. 48, near of Uairertttr plaoe The house hie
been lately pat In thsrongii order; baa gas natha. Ac. Poaaea
?km given immediately. Par further particulars Inquire at
JOHN OKaHAM, 610 Broadway, seeond floor.
TO LKaME-TBR LABU*. COMMODIOUS HTORE, COS
nor of Houston and Woeur Streets. 'or a number or yeara,
wl'h or without dwe inc. It U wel adapted Car ear business
requlrirg apace. Rent for store. to a good tenant only. SAM.
Possession gi>en 1st or Mar. Inquire ot 0. H. HOoAk.WS
Wotster a tree i, up stairs.
TO LET -A HOUSE, FURNISHED -THE MEDIUM THREE
story house, with saa and ba'ha in good order to a private
lami ? only; It will be let on. reasonable tornu 'to a person wae
w'll lake Uw best rare o'the furniture Apply at 117 "earth
street , second door above Amos lutgt. Can be aeen at any
| lime alter 1J o'clock, A. M.
TV) LET-IN BROOKLYN. TBI WHOLE OR PART Of
! nartleulara l' quire of J a MtH FATTER at George A Bro
lber''1' ^' Murray street N Y.
TO LET-TWO FINE COTTAGE HOUSEJ, ONE WITH
one acre of fine garden land, and the other with three lots,
each 26x11 8. Ihey are located id a good neighborhood, at Bed
fhro, city of Biook'j d, near a clt\ rnllro&d, ai.d will be let low
to a good tenant. A. bfcBGEANT, lb Wall street.
TO LET-RXCBLLENT APARTMENTS AT NO. 5 STATE,
opposite the Battery, to respectable f'imlllet only. Pos
t settalon loimedlat^ly. Apply at No. 10 8tate atreat.
To lkt? to a family, without chilorbn, the
lower part of \ lmndaome two story brick hou e, with
Diarble]kUx>p. II Vandam atreet, near Mardougai; two par
ior?, with Klldtng doors and pantries between; tearoom btck,
a well fluhbed tr^nt baaement, with pantrte -; large vault,
(exclusive); use of wekhbouae; three good bedroom*, one
large, with (rate, gas, Ar.; tn an excellent nelghioorh~od, only
a nutiute's walk from either Spring street stage or Sixth ave
nue cars The family only three grown person*, fo oe seen
I rem 10 to 12, atid from 3 to 5 Relerencea exchanged.
TO LET- 60 WhBT FOITRIEE^TH 8TRRKT, BETWEEN
Filth and Sixth avenues, a splendid suit of rnoina, ault
ab'efora doclot'a oflice, turulahed or uniurnished, with or
I without board.
TO LET.- PART OF TBE DWELLING HOUSE NT 193
Fulton atreet, near SI. Paul's church A good opportunity
lor thos* who wish a genteel residence down town. Apply* on
TO IiET OR FOR SALE? A NUMBER O? THREK STORY
and bai-rment brick housea, with gaa, water and all the
modern Improvements a Un, a number o< twoatorv aadba^e
mi-rt brick houses, a ) ol which are in thf mo-t central part ot
Jersey City, Also, three large brown atone iront houi9s.
JOHN G. MCLAUGHLIN, real estate agent
Corner of Grove and fork streets, Jersey City.
The subscriber offers to ir?.se the prk
mires oo which be now resides at Maipeth. U I. From Its
nearnesa to the eliy It preset t? great advanttgea to xtilk nen or
ga'detier*; It cectauisSti acreaof guod laud, mostot which is now
in grass, wiui 14 acres of sal; meadow; the 'I (Hidings are large
and commodious, with every convenience Including ice linuse,
new ailed, with ml k room adjoining, pleasanuy situated on
the p ark road, surrounded with fruit and shade trees, render
ing It adeairab e realdeuce for peraons doing business In New
York. Apply to J On H. Van M vt'-K, Jr. or the premHas,
or to JvBft LUIID, IS Nassau st, Commonwealth UulkUag.
r LEASE? HOUSE NO. 7 THIRD STREET. FOR
three years. Ir qutre on the premise*, or at 90 South
street. Can be seen between 1 aul 3. B. REYNOLDS.!
TO LBA8E? FOR SEVEN YEARS, A LARGE HOUSE
In Prlnoe street near ai.d went of Broadav . Its proximity
to all the leadlnc hotels renders tula looatlun particularly de
sirable fir public or business eur rosea. Lot 36x101. Apply
toJuHN S. KhLOQ, 62 WUUam street.
TO LET OR LEASH?1 THE TWO THREE STORY BRIOK
I'ulldlnga nnd s ores Nos. 15 and 17 Mercer atreet; can be
connected : will be let losr to a good tenaat. Apsiy to H. B.
ALT HA USE, 20 Mercer street, or IKA CAMPBELL, 37
rRRRT- FOR <600 PER YEAR. THE HOUSE NO. 123
lhompscn street. Apply to J. ROSaET, 232 Wooster st.
MT ARRKN STREET STORE TO LEASE.? A SMALL
TT stire, ser-ond block from Broadway , rent very lo*. Pos
eetslon first ot March, If wanted. Apply to HoRaCR GAL
PaN. 43 Warren street.
HUDSON RIVER RAILROAD.-TRAINM LEAVE
Chambers st eet dally, fbr Albany and l'roy. On and
afWr Monday, January 21 , IBM. tke trains wHl ran as folia ws:?
it Drees irate. 7 A. M., eooMcttsg with Norther* and Western
M. ; for htag Sing, at 4 P. M. The Slog Sing and 1 <Ufl
trains stop at a'l the way staiieus. Passengers taken i ObanT
bera, Canal. Chriatopber and Thirty .first streets. Sunday "??*?
train, at 4 P. M., from Canal street for Albany, stooping at ai
mail stations. M. L. SYJC *8. Jr.. Raparlataedant
tl n ? ROOKKBEPING, writing. ARITHMETIC.?
flvi Mr. UOLBEAR. 609 Broadway, mak<*a elegant wri
ters and practical bookkeepers. His new method of hand
training removes all stlll'ness. cramping and lrem>llng of the
hand. Ibose who have tailed to letrn by other systems are
guarantied to learn by this. Applicants for this course musi
enter on Monday. A full prastieal course in double entry
bookkeeping for only $10.
*9 -A COURSE OF WRITING LESSONS FOR 92, IK
eluding stationery. Bookkeeping, thorough course,
reductd to 915. Apply .bis week at the academies, 362 Broad
way, corner of Franklin atreet, and 277 Fulton st. Brooklyn.
OLIVER B. GOLDSMITH.
0>1 ONLY FOB WRITING, <6 FOR BOOKKEEPING ?
?FX Ladies' elaaa. four o'clock; gentlemen meet in the even
ing >>u?t apply immediately, from 3 ti 9 o'clock, at 773
Broadway, be' ween Ninth and Tenth streets. Leassts In elo
cution, Kngli&h grammar and composition, including apelling;
also, the French, Spanish and German languages.
C. BOBBINS KLLENWOOD.
An ENQLISH LADY, OF SUPERIOR INTELLECTUAL
attainments, and possessing the highest teulwonl ils frosn
the rrbl i j, whose edticatlou s^ie has completed, and having
a few boura unoccupied is desirous of betng employed as
dally or occasraoal soverness. ,-h? a No undertakes to give
Instructor in musie and drawing Address, by letter, poet
paid, Y. Z., L nion aqua e PostoAlce b31 Broadway.
A LADY, WEIL KNOWN PROFESSOR OF SIEGING,
cor* poser of music, possessing a llrst rata soprano voice
acquainted with all the styles of cnurch musia, wishes a situa
tion in an Episcopal or a Protestant church Address Klrst
boprauo. Hera ii otllce.
VERY COMPETENT ENGLISH TEACHER WaNTKD?
hi a jouoi |lad(es' hCttur.ary in Brooklyn. She must be
competent to tt>tch arithmetic snd algebra. None need apply
li not ? ell qualified. Application to ne mad ettcmediately at
20 Second place.
A GENTLEMAN aMATBUR ON THE VIOLIN IS ANX
ious to mt et with at amateur on the piano, o'a cu.tlvatea
musical taste, lor the purpose of practising onoe a week, ad
dress box lbs Herald office.
BOOKKEEPING-AS APPLIED TO BANKING, RAIL
road and commercial all'airH. Is t night in an expedtuous
and superior manner by KomTER x 1)1 XOM, .'146 Broadway.
Private lemon* day and evening, Piospec'.us on application.
gj'KBNCH LANGUAGE? PROF. D. LaGROIX, NO 2M>
V Broadway, ooutlnuee to reoelve new puptls for thorougk
Instruction in the Fieuch language. Imparling lo them, by at
eaej and efficient manner, a practical knowleag*ot It. By a
new plan the conjugation of verbs Is so simplified as to be
readliy understood and acquired. Terms reasonable.
FRKNCH AND GERMAN LANGUAUKS.-E. TELLER
1NG. 4f3 Broadway, near Broome street, passed tin
governn.ental eiamitia Jons on the continent or Europe, an l
e?tal>Uslied himself at his present, place in 1N52 also, the
tngllsb biascbes, the c assies and translating.
LADIES' AND GENTLEMfcN'S CBEAP AND V ALU A
ble writing clawe? ? open day and evenlog? 341 Broad
?ay,byH. C. KOWE, teacher of penmanship, bookkeeping
at d arithmetic. Age or deficiency do Impediment Schools
ai d private fami'les attended, as unial Weddlog, vlsltiag
cm ds and ornamental writing executed to order, In a superior
PROFfESOR 1>E fclARSAN'S ADMIRABLE AND SIM
ple method la highly apoken of by ladies and gentleman
s udy'ng the French language tiader toe briJIaxt teaching of
ttils gentl*man, at No. 437 Broadway facta are better argu
merits than words, a ladies' class d'elite has been formeu In
_ CLOTHING, 4tC.
AO nnn WORTH OF CAST OFF CLOTniNO W4NT
?Z.vvU ed.-Tbe highest price will be given, In eaah,
tor Ult off c'othint ot e?ery description. Gentlemen wishing
to dls|K>f e ot the above will please send their address, or call
on J *REH MOROMvY, 122 Walkerstreet, a tow doors east ol
C1LOTHING? CHEAP FOR CASH. OR APPROVE*
J paper, at wholesale or retail. The subscriber, about lea*
lug the clothing bnMneaa, baa a stock of ready made olo'.ilug,
also a lot rl pieoe goods, which he will sell at ve y ow price*,
i he gonrff having oeea bought for cash, a call wilt prove the
I act, as they Will be closed out be ow coat, If applied fur aa'ly.
UEOKQM A. PECK. U8, 330 Water, and il4 fcoose volt a'reet.
CLOTHINO.? T.ADTRS OR GENTLEMEN HAVING ANY
to otspove of can receive a fair oaah prion by eendlsf tn
tee atom. No 12 Laurtns street, near t'aoal, or Ho. 02 west
Hrcadway, or latter by poet. Ladies attended by Mrs. teonn.
Birds, birps.? a new stock of imported ca
narles. muleys, bulilnches goldfinehes, ehafflockes, black
birds, thrushes, larks, blackheads, siskins, linnets, parrots,
pigeons, Ac. . ft-r sale bT B. KKKTNk.lt A HRofHBR 78 Fui
ton street, and 1W William street, between Frank lor t and
Spruce. N. Cages ar>d bird seed for sa!e.
SIWGING BIRDS.? WB WOULD RESPECTFULLY IN
form the puhlie thai we have a large lot of the heat kind of
singing bird* on hand, and offer them fbr sale at a very low
price? lower than they ean be obtained any were else Please
eel! at 122 Naatan street. AHREN8 A MhTRK.
MATRIMONIaL-MADKBOISKLLK rihle vim.bttk,
proessor ot aulograpnv (or reading of character ova
person's handwriting) and spiritual anting medium will, tin
on tho rvctlpt of twenty five cen's (or equivalent In poa>age
st anil's i and speolmen of hend writing, imnd to anv person a
lull deiiree'ion of their charae'er love success, destiny Ac ;
also, a de'cvtpUon of the one they l. ve or will marry. Ad
dpess^whh return poetogal Kmlle Vlllete, Broadway Post of
the aboTr aaaouut. Hnn4 <m tU atuck. Cur whtoh a
and services a handsome Mary wit: he oatd weekly. Address
FuraMure, Berald ofloa, with rwl mom ui addraeih
ftOCll-WAHKD, AV HONKUT BUSINESS MAM IE
fOJU Ike wholesale and retail Honor biu'MM uparUer,
by a young u>an who In already eafenlUhed In OM i( M bast
lorn It es down town, and 1* bow doing a good and praAtable
bustoese. Apply inuaedialely 10 0. 11. HOWES A CO., 84
Afbbncu ANALYMO CHIKUT. HATIVG TBI
knowledge of soma ectlretv new praoewas for the pro
ductloo of Htlclw of dally and large coaautapttoa. wuihes to
wallre them conjoint'* with moneyed parties Barb promuM
mat be mad* tbe loui.daUou oi a veparate ut luoraure but
neea. Address Pol? technique, Harald offloe.
/ >OTAHTNgR8HIP N0T10B.-WE HaVE THIS DAT
" > taken our brtxhsr, Marcus Mandnl. ao partner late our
butlneee We ?ha 1 continue tbe business as herdoioro, under
tbe tame name and at) la of Handel Brohera.
LUUWIO K. MAWOBL,
41 Liberty ftreet, New York, and Dubuque, Iowa.
Jouva Minuit, New York.
fiwrssw J-**-. .?-??
M?w Y?k, Febtuai-y 23, 1866.
NGXiCR OF DISSOLUTION ?THE COPARTNERSHIP
heretofore exurflsg under tbe uame and Urm of Holm**
A Gray l? thla day dissolved. by mutual co-se.it, Mr. Gray
liav log sold all his eaUre Interest in the concern
New v0 ,y. Feb. 16 1866. QBO*OB W. GRAY,
t opartnttsblp ? l l? undersigned wUl carry on the printing
tm?,i,e,? la all lu t-ranebe*. a? here.ofbre, at Ue old wlablbdi
ment. corner o f Centre and White streets, audsr the Orm-name
of Miller AHohnan JOHN W. MILL.**,
New York, Feb 16, 1-66. THOMAS BULMAN.
T> ARTN1R WANTED-TO OO WEST, Fl)B CARbTINO
X on the lumber, carpenter and door and suh bu*aen.
lb* amount required In oapllal ia 86.000 -82,008 to draw 10 per
cent per ai.uuBi The bustr eaa ? 111 be guaranteed to n?y
82,000 an.aaliy for tbe above amount Invested. A good dnar
and sash maker preferred Address a latter to A. OK ANT A
OO , Rock Island > .1. , with the names of reference, aa the beat
of rerercnoe will be required.
DA?T?iB W ANTED. ? ANT PERSON DEM RODS OF
I J^xs&vai'resL's: zxsrstvzsos:
ulll tii.d a partner by sddresslng Editor, Herald office, statlag
where aa interview can be had.
rCAPITALIPT8-A MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF
Broker* la desirous of tormlux a couneo'loa with Home
pei son cJ means engaged In or intending to transact a c launis
riot s'ock business The advertiser haehac several yeara' ex
perience, and an arrangement ma; be made of mutual benefit.
Add rem, boat 1,1.10 Post WW.
THE UNDBR8IONRD HAVK THIS DAT FORMRD A
copartoerahlp for the purpose of doing a general woo as ale
ooal I)ii<Jum mderthe llrra of Nevln A Hellnar. Offloee,
eoutheasi corrar of Wainnt and Fourth streets, Philadelphia;
*o 4?ew street, Jaw York. DAVIl) J. WKVIN,
New York, Feb 16, 1856. PEEOIVAL HBILNER.
15^00 Hftn -*ON*T to W)AN on diamonds,
i|PUUU.UvU, watches jewel -y, dry goods aegars, Ac ,
or bought for cath. Blocks notes, mortgages, Ac negotta
ted Also, vatcbea and jeweiry lor sale cheap, hy TttuMf
HON A CU., 102 Nassau struet, rooms Mos. 2 and 2>j, second
tloor, corner of Ann.
^K9<in WANTED, FOR a SHORT TIME.? a LIBERAL
tJP^vVf iiomis wUl be allowed for nsa ot' same. Baourlty
ol the fixtures of a s'ore wor h aid Insured lor 81,200. Any
person willing to loan will please address Cash, Herald offloe.
Any amiCnt of muney to loa* on bhort
terms on dlnnot.08, watches, rich jewelry, plate, ralu*
ble persunal property or purchased for cash pr .see. R WOOD,
6i? h u.ton street, second Hoc*, front room, fromo A. M to 4 P.
M. a lew valuable oil painting! to be uo:i at a bargain or ex
changed lor merchandise.
IM ON KT TO .OA N? ON DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEW
wl eiry. plat os, dry goods, seears, and eve r description oi
v?luable property, or bought for cith. Stocks, notes, mort
gagee. Ac. negotiated. S. THAYEK, 334 Broadway, room No.
2, second story.
Money liberally advanced on household
lurch ure p<anos, watches, jewelry, silver wara, fire
arm*, surgical, nautical and musical Instruments, horses,
aafioiiS harness, nquons, grocer es, dr goods, hardware and
personal property of h1> kinds, or -ousht for cash, by
McC AFFRAY A WALTKRS, a! uatlierlne strset.
HOUSES, ROOMS, WANTED.
5 nun ACRES IK IOWA ? WARTRD TO PURCHASE,
<vUU lands In Iowa, located by Nicholas Height, tor per -
M.lif I et-ldlng 111 aud vicu.lt} of new York Apply 14 0. H.
MATTJbUN, no 3 Jtaaaau street, tblid floor.
AHOCBS WANTBD-TO RENT, fROM THE FIRST OF
May the whole or lower paHui a houxe, between four
t tenth streetand Washington square, and Filth and Seventh
avei ues. Adai-eas Tenant, Herald ofllce.
HOUSE wanted - wanted, in nrw yobk or
Brooklj n, a two or three story brick houae and lot, In a
tfUeel looailon, with improvements. Price from $3,000 to
$4,000. Addrea? A 2., box 1 029 Pout ofllce, N.Y.
HOUSK WaNTD TO PCRfHASE.? A P1R8T CLASS
medium sued louse. near Fifth &\>nue and oelow Thir
tieth utieeL Address, with tall particular*, House, box 656
Lons WAMTED? ABOUT 26x100, IN OR WEST OP
and near Broadwai , lo be occupied by 1st May next, or
would .aase the whole (tor*, with privilege cf letting the tlrst
floor and basement. Address Fancy Goods, box 3.6T1 Post
TO HOUSE AGENTS AND LANDLORDS? A THREH
story heuta, with baaqmeat, In ft handsome location tl
wasted, by a respectable tain fly The house must hare |t<
and bathroom, and notexoead $700 rem ptg annsm. Pftase
address latter* t Hsrald office. _____
tTTAKTBD TO LEASE? A FARM, OF FROM 7p TO 100
v v acres for three yean, r ""
r year*, with a privilege ef p ?
the expiration ol that time or wou>d bay now, the sailer taking
a mortgage on the prlnolpal. a Hoe add esse 1 to J. W., box
76 Post ofllce. stating parttc liars, where located, Ac., would
meet immedjataaltention. The bouse and building must be In
WANTED TO RENT-FOB ONE OR MORE TEARS,
near Clifton, Btaten Island, a good dwelling house, either
furnished or unfurnished, suitable for a gentleman'* family.
G< od kitchen and serranta' accommodation Indispensable. Ad
dress box 3. 233 Post office. New York.
WANTED TO BENT? A PLEASANT HOUSE, IN A
healthy lo ;atlon in the country, which can be reached In
tblr'y to mxty minutes trom Wall street *<r sime agrees b!e
route. The dwelling must contain the modern Improvements,
with such outbuildings and grounds attached to It as will make
it a desirable summer residence. Apply at 110 Broadway,
room No. 2.
fXTANTED TO LEASE? A THREE STOBY HOUSE, CB
VV two atory with high basements and tea room; with
modem Improvements preferred. Powesalon on the llrst of
May reit. Kent no to exceed th00, ps'd quarterly in advance.
Location not above Bleecker street sad we ?t of Broadway
pre'erred, and not mora than three blocks from Broadway.
Address Houte, box 1,970 Post ofllce.
Or ANTED TO H1BE- A SMALL HOUSE. OR A PART OF
tv a house, tor a small family: must hare the modern Im
provements and be below Fourteenth street, and on the west
side of the city. Addreas 8. e). W , Herald office.
WANTED? A TWO OR THREE STORY HOUSE. PLHA
santly located In <he upper part of the ctty Possession
desired about the 'at of March. Adil 1 ess, stating rent and loca
tion, W.. box 3,707 Post oflice.
musk; ax,. ~
AW. LADD ft CO '8 PARIS FIRST PREMIUM PIA
. nos. -These pianos received the first premium, overall
otter square planes, nntn turnpenu and American, at the
Paris Industrial Axhloltlon of IN>6 O'RHART NKKUHAM
ACO.'smelodeona, 619 Broadway St. Nlcholaa Hotel.
JDDSON ft MUNOER.
A LADY OF EXPERIENCE IN TE aCHIMG IS DESI
rotiK to obtain aaliuatlon In a private family, as governess
or noutekeeper; will alao instruct In drawing. Apply at 70
West 21st st.
EuEOANT HKVkN OCTaVK ROSEWOOD PIANO FOR
I sale? rich.y pcllahed, and finished with round earners and
mouldings, wrh oraswenial p'ate t'lty made and beautltul
l'u 1 U ne, with warrantee lor two years. Pi toe $200, cash. Ap
pij KtKliHiMh avenue, between Ihlrtv seventh and Ihlrty
MLLF. ELIZA VALENTINI HAS HIRED A PRIVATE
music room at 622 Broadway, at Mrs Mstherbes'. oppo
rue Ibe St Nicholas, where she leeches singing and piano at
different prices; ana can be mten every day, trom 11 till 3
PIANOS AND Ml'SIC.? WE LEARM THAT HORACE
WAi EB 4.ol .<<33 Broadway. ' ew York agent for the
xale of maty of the mos celebrated makes ol pianos and melo
dious isotlerlDg 'hem at prices which we navise all who da
rtre to purchase to avail them?elvea of. He Is also selllag his
large and well known catalogue of music at one (bird oil' 'rom
the regular prices, and will forward the same free sf postage.
Ill* offers to the trade, teachers and schools, are of the most
favorable cbaiacter all of which he will be able lo nil to the
letter, by having wlrel) adopted the easn system. Hie Horace
Water* pianos are known a? among the very best We are
et mVi *d to spesk of tbesa ins ruments with some degree ot oon
lijf, hum persona' knowledge of their exoellent tone and
durable quality ? (it. Y Kvarga'ist. ]
II AMU)? A ORNTLFMA* OF GOOD ADDRESS, TO
M proceed wlthacorcert troupe, as treasurer; one who
can command a lew hundred dollars, it necessary. The oom
par. j- purpose giving concerts In all the Sou'hern Sta'es,
and to aiart Immediate y. The entertainment* will be novel,
} et claf h'cal. For an Interview address, with real name, Quar
tette, herald rffice.
ILLIaM M1LLHR INVITEp AllENTlON TO HI8
modern Improved pianofortes. In tune and finish . his
luatrumsnts rurvasa any others in this oonntri. ills terms
bett>f sash on'y, ne la enabled to sell at greatly red need nrieee.
He alto offers to hire out naw pianos by the month, with the
privilege of huylt r The public are rospeo'tully Invlled to
rail at hia well stocked manufactory to examine his variety of
splendlC Instruments. WM. MILLER.
166 and 168 hast Tweniy-flrat street, near Third avenue
A YOCtfO GENTLEMAN OF A UNIVERSITY EDUCi
2\ Hon . aud posted in most of the aaeiant and modem tan
puages. (Hebrew included) wishes an engagemMUaaMtor,
or BDianiieasis and private aeoretarv. or both; la well read in
belle lettres, mathematics, <te . ard baa the faculty of p'ltMo C
?houghison paper wi h Uollitr ; will accept a small enmpenaa
Hon, as a borne hi more an ooject than a salary. Addreas M.
?.. herald ofllce.
a NJt. -THE BANJO TAUGHT IN A FEW EA8Y"LiBS
toos. l>v FRANK SPhKu, HO Hudson street, the cham
plon banjo player, who will p'ay against any man in thecoun
try whoplataonibat Instrument, ttood players warranted
Leasona day and evening . itanjos at all prices. Terma res
NAVItiATION TAUOHTTaT IhTcHERRY 8TREKT
Iborn'a academy Is open to pupils at all hours of the
day and evening. Instruction bi a practical navigator. Terma
mocerate. ,1 AH. a. HHUWNLOW.
STATE AND NATIONAL LAW SHOOOL, POUOH
keepsis, New Yetk. A new system; training In theprac
tlce with courts, wltneaaes. juries, Ac ; extemporaneoue speak
ing dally; prnfesalonal business tanfkt. a ex t term commences
ontbeb'li ot May. Hon. Ilcnry Booth, an eminent law rar.
Ms accepted a nro/eaaorahtp. J. W. Fowler, Faq oratorical
professor. TeaUmonla'a: -,-Mr Fowler ts the moat aocom
nllr bed orator north of Maaon A Dixon's line "?Henry O.ay.
'?1 he trials snd argument* and general ? peaking of hla pupi's
aie truly wotiderful"? Boston Journal, by stem Improved,
l'esrees of Bachelor Of Laws conferred.? Send for catalog nea
to j. m.
rllOR OR TEArllKR-A YOUNO OENTLF.M*N, A
prsduste of college and posted In all the deoartmen's ot
ihe mis Mali, trench, l.atln and Greek laaguagea, <l^?lrea a
al uvl* n in thladtv or Ita vicinity; will accept a arsall salary,
a* aviome Is more an object. Addreas, for two days, P., Herald
rpHK WHTMI AMD MOBTMaJUBACAM BOTAL MAIL
Chief eabia nmm ...... 91 to
final ii iiwnn .....T. r?
1 be iHtpft ran Boston ceil at
?ftiAfcflHk*. OLott Nlia?R.,(.wl Syria.
AFRICA Cent fchotmoa, FUHOP \, 6epl J LoKch.
JSRsat.rairssiSS!' ?4" ? ?~
israr- 8^, SSSS5: 813" "**
v0"^'. Jedae* ay March 12. "
AtrioA Shannon ' N York. Wednesday March 19, "
" boston, WMiHlf, March 26 *'
P?rMa, Judklp*, N. Tort, Wedneaday, ^j>rU 2, "
'???'Ji Usii Boiton WadbM .r, Japrtl 9, 11
AMa. ttttj ' fi Y? rk, Wednesday, April It, "
WlrtmiD. Boston, Wednesday, April 2S, "
Bertha not featured until p?la tor.
An experienced surgeon on board.
1 be owners ot these ships wlil not be Accountable for gold,
i J?Wt3 1?r*cW>us s ones or meuU, un
less bills olladmy are aianed theretor. and the value thereof
therein eipreastu. For freight or v&sna^e *up.y to
M. CDNaBD, No. 4 Bowl tag Qtoen.
^ SSB iwue" w??* ThU ste.uisbip wiii de
pari with the Uni'ed States mailt for Europe, pitiuvely no
'? u u ?'rlock- ??>m hw barth at Ifao foot
O' vU)M cvuou
For frelgbt or passage, having unequalled aooonuaodaUona
foreiegattae or cot.- fort, appiy to
KliWAhi) K. COLLINS, M WaM street
Passenger* are requested to he on biard at U a M.
Shipper* wlit please take notice that the ships of this Una can
?fl4 oarrs at; goods ooolrabsnd of war.
AJ1 letter, must paxa through the Punt office ? aa? other wO)
the steamship Baltic will succed the Atlantic, and leave on
Mar oh lft.
the steaiBeroof thii Hao. to avoid the danger from the tee.
will not crab* the Banks north of 43 degree* until aft?r the 1m
of A?gu?t next.
STEAMEB FOR LXYIRPOOI^TO SAIL 1ST MARCH ?
The splendid royal mall aleamabtf'CAAADlAtl. laitf.
Uiange, wB: safl promptly aa above. This iavorite sitmmer
"4L?iJlPi*rD *J|4h?' omenta, oarr*wi a surgaoa.
i ?l*!wH|*. tight compaHmauU, for the better (troMllo*
. P **"?*!?*;? ***? clasa caMn pasasge, *76; ataeraga, In
titidtag voclwid pi-wtaiona ?S0. For pauage aud to a*atur?
berths, apply on board, pier 10 Hum river or to
C. A. TEN BYCK, 67 South street.
PASSAGE TO LIVERPOOL.? THK SCREW STEAMSHIP
CANADIAN, l.YSO tana register, will sail for Liverpool
about March 1.
First clasa cabin passage.
Steerage passage (including oooked provisions) 30
This reeeel la butlt of Iron, and hat tlx sepiraUi water-tight
oomparnnent*. An oiporleaoed surgeon on Board. ipply to
QiLLBBPIB, U&AN A CO., Mo. 3 Bowling Ureen.
OTkAM BETWEEN NEW YORK AND LOND J.X. C ALL
0 lng at Cork.- One of the following new and powerful acre w
steamere will be despatched monthly from this port to London,
calling at Oork to land pMaengers.
the BBKNDa, Oeo. 8. bmith, oommaader.
The MINNA, ? = do.
Iho Brenda will sail from here on 'i'uesday, the 1st of April,
nod will lake a limited number of flrtt, eeeond and third claaj
poasenftrs t or freight or.paaMge applv to
A. O. KOBINSON, ht. Petersburg steomsblp office, London;
jOrtOABHAdAM BuLL'o 8UNb, % Park now, Ne/r York.
XfiROM NEW YORK TO HAVRE D1BKCT.
V British and North Ainerloan Uoyal Mail Steam Packet
K I N a Capt JJUler. KMEU Capt. Small
JURa Capt. Wickman LbBAMON Uapt OooL
OaMBBI A, (paddle wheal) t)apl. orowaleM.
The oompany's sere w?i?amthlp Etna, 3,1)00 tons , W. Mbler
oommander, will aall trom New York for Havre, direct, on
Praia", 7th March.
Her cabin accommodations and state rooms for first class
p.Ksengers are equal to those ot' any steainnbto alloat.
Pawage money (lr?t cabin) (lot provisions and steward's
fee Included. Wluea and liquor* extra, to be prooureil on
*or freight, passage or any other information, apply to
l&. CUflAiiO, No. 4 Jjwling ureen.
ipoh SOUTUAMPTON AND HaYBK.? 1'dE DNIlRD
1 Mates mail steamer aBaOO. D. Line* commauder, wll.
leave for Havre, touching at Southampton to land the malls
aul passengers, on Saturday, March b, at 12 o'oloek, from pior
No. o7 North river, foot of Beaeh street.
ruioB or rAjwjtoc.
Beoorfl csuin 76
Baggage not wantM during the voyage bhotild be unt on
board i be day before sailing, marked 'below."
No ti eight taken after Thuraday, Match 6.
For freight or passage apply to
_ MuKTlMKK LlYlxnOSfON, Afloat. A3 Broadway.
N. B.? lhe Fulton will noooed the Arago, and will sail
rpBH L1VEBPOOL AND fHILADBLPHl a MTaaM^BIP
X Ootnpauj Intend ?allltig 'heir favorite suami.iut .
CITY OK BaLTIMOHK. 2,3?7 tons, ?jap>. Ho uert L-ittch.
CITY OF WASHINGTON, I,sa| tons, Uaflt. W as Write.
CITY OF MANUHKSTEB, 2 199 tuna, Oapt P. C. Petrta.
?aloou #90, $AS and 9A&, aceordlng to sim? rooina.
j\A ttmltea number o. third olass passenger* win bo taken
from Philadelphia and Liverpool, and found m provisions
From Philadelphia .(30 I Prom Liverpool Hu
Parties wishing to bring out tliefr friends can obtain oertitl
eates of passage and drattaon Liverpool la sum* oi ?1 starling
and upwards. Apply in JuHN (J. DAl<4, Agent,
M Walnut street, PhiUdalphla.
Australia independent line.? thr splendid
a 1 c'lppor ship NKSi OBI AN, 1.000 tons burthen will
hare Immediate despatch lor Melbourne. Her accommoda
tions lor possengou In Urtt and second cablnn cannot be sur
pa?sed, for which early application must be made * or freight
or past age apply to UuuDhVK, aS&KLL. A ELL1U1 Htf
Pearl atroet; or. fir passage, on board, at tier 12 Bast river,
tjiOB GHABLKSTON AMD FLOBIDA? SEMI-WEEKLY
J? United Htuies Mall Line.? The steamship SOoTHEK ?ek,
T. Ew*n, commander, will leave pier No. 4, North river, en
Y uni-oa;, reo. V, at So'atock F M , prndariv. ?orfroigh>.,
apply eo board, where all bills of lading will be signed, ana
fur p8SM#n St Iho- otflw of SeOK.tJBU, TILKXTON A Co.,
29 Broad* ay. Cabin passage, >26. The steaauli'p NAB 1
V1LLE wlil suoceed, and luave on Saturday, Marcn 1. The
favorite steamer Carolina makes regular trips to the varlou <
landlnga on t>t. John's river, Florida, oonnectiag with the
steamers irom New York, and leaving Charleston every
Tuewiav, at X o'c ock P. M. Through tickets to Jacksonville,
Ml; to Pilatka, $.'^1 (
(jtOB ^aUPOBNIa? OBBAT REDUCTION OF FaBBS?
r New York and California Hteamabip Line, under the aireo
ttoi o; 0. V underbill, tor the aaceaserv Transit Company of
Nicaragua proprietors; fifty pounds of baggage free, ail over,
tan oenta per pound. Day ol sailing changed to 9tb and 21th or
each monihi through In advance of the malla, and SOU ml.et
shorter than any other rente. The splendid double engine
steaouhlp NOBTHBBN LIUHT, 2,500 tons burden, Captain
1 uiklepaugh, will leave pier Mo. 3 North river, at three o'clock
1' M.. for Punta Arenas on Monday, Feb. 26, connecting with
the steamship Uncle Ham, 2,000 tons burden, over the Ntcara
guaTransU rouui, having but twelve miles ot land transporta
tion b? first c.ass car.isgns. The proprietors can now assure
the public that the political troubles in Nicaragua have ceased,
aud not the slightest Interruption In the transit oetween the
oceans need be apprehended. For lnformAtion or patsage
apply to JaMEK M. Ckosh, at the only effice or the line, No.
6 howling Green. Slaaapod letters taken at ?>i oenta each.
UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY -FOB
Havuna una New Orleans. On Monday, March 3, at
2 P. M., fiom pier foot of Warren street, North river, the t'.tt
aud tavortir steamship KMPIBKCITY, Capt. Hy. W lndle, will
aall as above.
Pavasge can he secured at the company 's office.
Freight to New Urieaut 30 cent* per cnbtc root.
Shippers will be supplied with blank bills of lading of the
fr.rm rigred by the company, on appllcatiob at their office. No
other lorrns sigped, and no bill of lading will be signed after
the hour oi' sailing.
For freight or passage appK at the office of the company,
No. 177 West street, corner oi Warren. M. O. BOBE'Ki'S.
SUTTON A CO.'S DESPATCH LINK FOB SAN FBAN
elaoo? Sal lng regularly and positively on or before the day
advertised. Clipper of ihuroday next, 28th February InxL,
the splendid A 1 urst class cl pper ship SIKBBa NEV' \0a
Peril allow, Master, is taking in the," aatof her cargo a>. pier 2R
East river, aud wd! posit veiy sail a* above Shippers desirous
of the first nnd very oest conveyance, will find tne Sierra Me
vsda presftitiuir the greatest possible inducements. No treigbt
t.ken by the vessels ol this llneattt-r the (lay advertised.
SUTTON A CO., 68 South street, corner of Wall.
FOFt HAVANA AND NKW 0RLKAN8.? THR UNITKD
Mates mall &teainslil|> CaHAWUA, J D. Hulloek, Com
mand- will cominouce reclvtng might on Wednesday. Feb.
30, at.t wili for the aoove ports on Mon i?r, Feb. 2.1, at 2 o'clock
precisely, from pier No. aft Worth river, foot of Robinson serve t.
LIVINGSTON, OBOCHJCRON k 0<>.. A*euta,
_ __ 12 **** P1*0*
JTtOR SAVANNAH AND FLORIDA-UNITED STATR8
r Mall Line. ? 1 he new Mid elesant steamer KNOXVILLK,
C. P. Ludlow. Captain, will leave on Wednesday, Ketiruar*
i-7, from pier No. 4 North river, at :i o'olojk, P. M. Bills o(
l?d!n? n^ned on board. For freight, apply on board; or for
passage, to B. L. MlTcHll L, No l:i Broadway. Cabin pA?sage
io Sav <t.nah, $15; tor F1 rlda through tickets from New Yoik
to Jacswnville, S31; to Pllntia. $3.'!. Large and commodlcus
steamers leave tavannah for Florida three times a week, con
necting wl h the r; earners from New York on Tuesdays aud
ROOnK, BROTHERS A COFFEY, (!'.? SOOTH STRERf.
corner ol Pine? Passenger agents for the Black Hall line
Di Llverpoo: packets. sailing 10 and from Liverpool on the 1st
and 16th of each month. Drafts on the Royal Bank of Ire anL
?i d on London, payable In every town in Kugland, Ireland
and Scotland. In order to guard the public against misunder
standing, wo beg to state that we are In no way connected
with an; other bouse In this city udng the name ot R->che. aud
we refer, by permission, to the Most Mer. Archbishop Hughe*,
ot New York, anr Kt. Rev. Bishop Laughlm. ot Brooklyn.
1'leate recollect (he name and address. KOOHK, KROTHKRS
,t COFFEY, Krmta street, near the Wall street ferry.
THE BALL SEASON.
THR RIONKY GUARDS WILL OlVg THEIR FIRST AN
nuai ball on Monday evening, Feortiary 26 '306 at Tam
many Hall. Manahan's band 1* engaged lor the occasion, and
>lie Committee of a rrsngemetit* pledge 'hemnelves that nothing
Khali be wanting on thetr part to make the evening an agreea
ble one. CAPT. MANSFIELD, Chairman.
Jamik Gtcgn, Secretary.
fTIHE ORKAT CLOSING ~RALL OF THE BR ISO N.? A
A Krand military and civic ball of the Ninth Regiment will
ne held at the City Assembly Rooms, Moncay evening, Feb.
29, when (he whole stilt of rooms will be thrown open.
DrllUantly decorattd, with a mammoth hand In attendance.
Tickets limited to two thousand, to he had at Messrs. Hall A
Son's, 2SP Bread way, and at music (tores and public houses
generally, or of any offlser of the regiment.
BMMCCKRNRIDGR OOAb.-?A WALL BUPPLY OF fms
oefebi ated coal 1s no# beta* reoelved. wad Win be- sold a
VIA per U*>. delivered, or 914 II taken from the yard. Orders
leltat No 2 Wall street, lhofapaon'i ofllse or at the ruri ,
corner of Twen*T.?evet?Oi street M RighUravenue. Can and
see It burnat either place. ML L. a Now, tioal Dealer.
L^WVRltPOOL ORJUtL GOAL, AT ? PIR pHALDRON.
| We are now enabled to deliver (e ear customers a very
superior article ot Liverpool Urrel eatl, auf9 p?r chaldron.
In lota to suit purchasers. Tarda. T4 tfeat Thirty-second
street, near Sixth avenue; foot of Fodtteeath street, East
river; foot of Warren street, North river.
O'NEILL A MbGBB, Agents.
rHH COAL DEALERS AMD OROCRR8-TTIK UNDF.R
^^?xlgned has IMX) tons stove coal afloat, at James *119, *?*t
river, and will oellver the wim tor three da??, to eOal dealers'
and grocers' i-arts. at M 25 par ton <* 2.000 pound*. Apply at
the coal yard 2* Oak street, or 1H Trinity Buildtag.
JAMES B AGLET.
N. B.? A cttr weigher at the dock to welsh the anal.
HOLDRFDGF.'B HOTEL, 759 BROADWAT, CORNER OF
Clinton place. ? Huperlor apaitmeats for families or Indi
viduals sea now be tMalred. with or without beard, by the
me*: or week, served In dining or private rooms, at redusod
prices. Baths free. Rooms rent from 11 to t.Vi per week.
WM. HOLIMffDUMC. Proprietor.
OTP BOl'RBOB WHISKEY? IN STORE A!*I> FOR
ssle In bl>is., lott es, or by Ihe demijohn, a very choice
Invoice oi this well known and farorlts ?hl-k? ?.
O. E MENDUM, 18 Wall stcoot.
UMiD*Ml _ ___
Jf I ss>m, W. E. Mm Im? Mmiir. Doom m M
o'clock; ptribnutMio rwm inss at fKprttamiv. Monday
stud of Messrs. *tm * M'sra. r ii Islksiif
1 WKMTt FOUB BKAUTIFlft, HORSES,
timitiding the wonderful trained anlm*J
FIB* V L Y,
Berne. ute hunter owl
Maoel A^ynwood..... Mm. Pools
OOWKpY THEATRIC- PRfttnoi ANDMANAuRK
Di p" *#idh?; ??*? w. J! wj?. oSt,
CPU M #V. periomancr to segfe at 7 precisely. Mtaday,
THP. BROKEN TOW.
Hugo, summed the i>eltcate Mr. W. Virt
lie Countess Colonns Mr*. W. Ward 1
tarn >kmalk fo?ty xhikvkb.
BURTON'S, C1IAMHKRH STREET ?
Momi.1I 1 he beat bill of the season. Flr?t eight of
MK8. U H WARD,
frrmNew OrleaDS a v ery distinguished comedienne ud to
vmi *?, wLose extraordinary popularity justly earned for her
lA* tlt-e I't Tllfc 1-l.T W III* MOUTH.
Klrvi night of a new farce from London. First night, alio, of
Planch e's corned* of
GRIT TO THE MILT,.
With Mr. B. Perry Mr Bradley, Mr. Holman, Mr. Bay
uo itB and krs C Howard, who will sing two songs.
Ihe new taree of
URGENT PBIVaTK AFFAIKS.
With kr. Burton. Mr Setchell, Mr liussell, Ac.
And tlit comic piece of
Bi KltiK'i ?KW YORK DIRECTORY,
Piccadilly Mr. Burton | brown Mr- Rainford
the great Shampe ean revival, I
A WlNlKh's TALK,
btt r?cflvcd the unanimous approval of the pubtle and Ihe
frvrb, aotl wil! he played Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
lire C. Howaid. Mr Burton, Mr Perry, Ac., in oomody and
t ice, on km day, Wedietila; and Frida?.
T? ROADWAY VARIETIES NO. 472 BROADWAY.?
1) (Late Mechanics' Hall, between Gr*? d and Broome ? M.I
H. Wood Lessee and liusluesa Mimnger.
k. O Marsh... Mage Manager.
ADMISSION TWEkTY-FIV* CENTS.
During Iftis week
THE WOOD * MARSH JUYMNILE OOMfcDIANS,
tn their grand operatic spectac a?
On Tn N"*miu3 or 1 ut: Bun.
TUB WANDERING MINSTHK.L.
Jem Bagi Matter Geo. W. Marsh
(Introducing aong, "Vlllkea> and hia Dinah " Ac.)
Door* open at 6)^; commenoea at iyj e'eitek, and omicludas
at 10 o'clock
GRO. CHltlBTY A WOOD'S MINSTRELS, NEW HAT*.,
444 Uroadwav, below Grand street. ~
OPKN EVERY hVBNlNO.
Business transacted by Henry Wood.
huge Manager Geo Christy.
F< r this week? Krhlopliin ktnsu-ttlsy, concluding with the
new piece ot the
HAPPY MAN ; Or, THB TRKATY WITH JAPAN.
Julius Quack enousb, Conk on board the B. b. steamer
Powhatan Geo Chririr
Notick? Doors open at 6, and the curtain rise* at 7H ?'cloak
Admission 25 cents.
ITT AI.KAOK'H THE ATE E? EXTRA.
f T Monday evening, Pel>. as. will be produced, with new
and bea tit ul costume*. scenery and appointments, for the first
time in America, l'lancbe'* five ant comedy of the
KNlUHlS OK lllK ROUND TABLE,
With the following oast :
Captain Conem Mr. Lester
Mr Mnlth Mr. Brougham I I-eonard D' Arcy. . ..Mr. Dyotl
Tom 'littler Mr. Walcut | General Granuey . Mr Nor on
BU Ka'i'h rtoone, Bart Mr. 8lewart
Yernon..... Mr Ltre-e
Lhetailer de la Kinesse Mr. Jeffries
Count Llvouwitz. Mr. Harrison | Robert Mr Burke
Ba-ou Qri-fenclaus.Mr. l'eters | Landlord .\ . .Mr. Oliver
f"c* Mr. tfimp<oi
PerciUk Mra. Hoev
Peggy Poalin Miss Gannon
Duchees de Cistlemare Mrs Thompson
Francois Miss Oar mat
t-ceue? Loudon and its suburbs, about the end of the 17Ui
bjnopsls of the scenery bv Isherwond and atu>l slants.
Act Pirat? card room at the Neapolitan Minister's; l'eggy's
Lodfiii'gf-. King street Westminster.
Act hecond- An ppartmeat at D'Arcy's; an attic in King
Act Third? 'V'flee Room .at Locket's: roo? in Madame Bou
langer's bearding bouse. Golden e<|nare.
Ad Fourtl? Apaiiment at D'Arcy's; chamber in Smith'
act Fifth - Peggy's Lodgings; London from Hampslead
To conclude with the farce of
A CaPiTaL MATCH,
Ie wb'ch Mr. G. Holland, Mr. ^Norton, Miss Raymond Mid
Mrs. Conurer wil' apjMar \
TrwraY? A live act comedy, tn which ? the entire talent of
he company will appear? with other entertainments.
fllTY AP8FMBLY. BOOMS. 446 BROADWAY.
O GRBaT FBKAtiH KN IKKT AlNMKNr,
On FrlJay , Feb 29, complimnatary benefit to
MR. UUSTaV n, N AUUBT.
LITFRARY. DuaMaTIc and MUSICAL ATTRACTIONS.
Tickets dated the 27th wilt be received on the night of the 29th
Sold at JoUie's. Ball A don's and Horace Waters' inuslo stores
at fiO cents.
kPTiCE- Everr person taking in advance a $2 ticket, which
admits t iur persons will receive Immediately a beautiful print,
the portrait of M.!e Rarnel engraved in Lond ju , after the
celebrated original by Bubnfle. Full particulars to be feund
in sma1) bills.
BROADWAY ATHENEUM, 654 BROADWAY.? THB
beautUul panoramic palatini of China and Jtpan will
pot be on exhibition till Wednesday afternoon. 27th last , a'.
3*g P. M., at which lime they will be represented at the above
new HalL DB. NOISK, the Oileatal traveller, will deliver
the openlrg lecture.
pvUSHKI-DORF GAIjLEBY, 437 BROaDWAY.-THH
AJ uM<i nailed eailenlua ? paiattngs wtu mssala ap*n to
the public uktil further notice It contains neatly M? oftha
floes' works of modern art. many ot which have just been ad
ded. Opsn day and evening. Single admission 25 oents.
Another novrlty.-the bboken vow and thb
bnriesque oftha FhMALK FORTY TB1EVES.
Theatrical.- wantkd, a young lady, who
danoes well, for a short engsgement In a neighboring
city; one who csn spesk lines preferred; also a gentleman, lo
pisy general utility. Apply lo Manager, Florence Hotel, cor
ner Broadway and Walker street, this (Sunday) afternoon,
between 2 and 4 o'clock.
GO AT ONCE, AND BE CONVINCED.?
A bona fide horse only three feet high carrying a man up
a frightful precipice. Dene every night at Charley White's
GO AND SEE THE SHANGHAI AND PEACOCK
dance the Po.ka. in the FKMAL.K FORI Y' THIKVKS,
at the Bowiry Iheatre.
TBEaTBR TO LET ? BOWABD ATHEttjflUM, BOSTON,
Mass., by the week, moolh, or for a term ot years Thea
tre now in complete order. For terms, apply to FAIRBANKS
A BBABD, Boston
WANTMf? AN OlD OR HRAVY MaN, AND TWO
gooo utility men; also a lady, to play erientric, oil
woman, a"d utility; two young ladies to pliv light soeaklng
partM. Address T. h. CLINK, New Haven Museum. New Ha
C^IOSMOPOLTTaN art ASSOCIATION.? distribution
) on the 28th Inst. A tew more names cau he telegraphed,
If left Immediately at the Knickerbocker office, 348 Broadway.
|AM?0?KN?, OK OOaL DID?
IV Secured by patents.
'liie undersigned beg leave u> oaN the attantion r.f IHa pablia
to the snocked oertlflcaieef K. N. Kent, Ksq , chemist, ass
pertect answer to l ha now universal question, ?' What shall w?
use tor llgntf' auSTkWtl, Agents of
The North American Kerosene Co., 87 Bearer street, N. Y.
l aboratory , 116 John street, Ne ? York, Feb 6. 18S6.
Tke North American Kerosene Company;? Oentiemeo? 1
have trade a careful pbotometslcal eiamlaauon of your kero
sene oil, in comparison with the various kinds of oil burning
tluids and coal gas In use in this country, with the following re
Whale oil. .
Bur'g fluid. I
Kerosene . .
Rosin oil , . .
1 1. 1110
I 063 1
1 2.V17 7#
2 2SI2B 47
87 29 0#
Kerosene oil) IS 6H9|l,2ue grs
?l fail J 44-100 of la.
Ccal gss. ... I 4 9701 6 C. ft|13.7? C. ft |?S M. |4 12 100 of le
Fran the above statement, It will be seen that kerosene pro
daces the moat light, at the least cost, and that burning fluid
produces the least light at Ihe greatest cost. I harw also made
asarstul analysis of your kerosene oil, and find l(tohttr^
mswkably pure and free tmo all snbatanoes which woala other
wise render It unfit for burning in lamps. When thus surtfled
3mm Ihe process 1 ow In use. It is not eiplosiye, even wtei h?at
? lo 212deg. r , and beiu mu*lassvnlai?ettaneMnphanfctt
nsT)Ot liable to ameke Invissr of the above IWJa, I am saoaufoe
tbst your " BuriSed kerosene " k asattnad to supersede aU
ether oils or bu ritoe lluMs, aa a source M light forardMWl U>
luminatien. and would recommend it as the moat valuable ma
terial for that purpose with which I am acquainted. Yery re
B MBPICAIn "
FSHKICACIOUH OVRE FOB CORNS, bumjons. OAL
?? losltles, nails growing Into the Heeh. and every Oawrdsr
raths foet. bra new and peculiar method. wUhoiitouttin*, or
witbeirt causing the slightest pain.
Moneteur Lfcvl of No. 60 Bis Rue de BlroU, Paris, and Na.
3 Conduit strwst. Regent street. I on doc, Surgeon UtiiropodM
to the Kmneror of France and the Ro?al Family of England,
liavinu been apedallv invited lo New York to attend some dte
tlngub hed tamlllas. Intends remaining here, and mar be ran
I Milted dally, Sundays eicepted, at his offloe, from 10 UO 4
com ot raraoiruia.
[From his Imperial Majesty. Napoleon III., Emperor at
? Je oert'Oe que M. Levi eoleve lea oors avec una extreme ba
fbaate. I . ^ ? Lotna NArouion BONArAnn.
m ( From hi* Orace the present Duke of ulevalsad. 1
? t oerUfy that Mr. Levi has entirely cored my coma.
I Clitklard, 54 (L James square, London.
? [From the Mast Noble the Marrjois o? Lunsdowne ]
? Mr N Levi estracted acorn for me with perfect lhct>ity and
Isnccees. Larsixiwhi, M Berkeley square, London.
[Prom Kobfrt Fargusnn. Esq.. M. D , Physician In Ordinary la
? Majesty of Great Britain I
ost skllni ly ei "
Mr. I<avi baa most skllfu ly extracted two oorna from nv
Ire l. without giving ma the slightest pain.
_ Kon-r. Fnnotwon. M. D,
No. 9 Queen slrant, Maf Fair. Londea. Marah 2, 1SS8.
J From B. J. Feltus, Esq.]
r I?vl I beg leave to teaiiy to his success
ful skill In bavins perfsc'Jy removed a large bunion, of long
stani'tr g, without cuusing any pain. H. J. Fm-tos.
1'hllsdatpbla. July 27 1H62. No. 4 Boston row.
tn addition to the above authenticated testimonials, many
thousands mors In hia pnasnsaton (among which are several
Irrm ladles of tl e highest rank) ran be seen bv favoring him
with a call at hl? office. 01 Kiaventh street, between PIMh and
PUth avmues. New York.
i N. B ?Nopretassional coiuicctloa wWh any pqrson.
__ VoniT Bnonso. Fas. 26. IMS.
THB r^^?"'" rf?|*fr | ? f
"?<? "?-? SMS?-"-'
Mould* Marxewi, Foulloe Oooet Utt Wtodat, PmI BUM
"a *?" ""IJ St."* Em unni
men or turn torn :
Tickets Jl mmtm
1 be cnlj seats that no be aeeond is aAranoeare.?
Orabesire Beola. Mali ft M
Prlvae Boaee, each JM
Doorsopea at ?fc; pwfcn^ltewwitT^oii^
Box offlceopeo duly from S a. H. Car Ik* mint IMNP
aecortng (JrotMalra 8mI< lal Prhtl* wm only.
LAUBA KEENS* YABIETIK8.
tJtuxoc or Ti?k? Doom -wan at 6i?
commence at TK pmctaely. Monday evening, Feb.
LOOK hkpobb 1VC LKAP.
?*? MA#* ...... Mr "uk | JuA^Sprtcc* . . **? ?- J"
Tom Tillej Mr. Jcbn?lon | O
Fam y harttman Mia Laura
A novel . rhythmical musical, political, mnio, -
UaUo, wrlo oomtoo, rktlatalau* national el ran?
I* <>?ll Act ASl) Ten TilUUDX.
The Direotrewi . . Mlaa L Keen* I >ovelty Mix B
y anblon MIh Lt-tdernler I Fortune . .7.. . MIm I
WALLACE'S THK ATBK, BROADWAY. NEAB B BOOMS
street ?Loom open at 6ii o'oluck, to araa ia? n atT.
Monday evening, f eb 2ft?
THJC KNIOH1S OF THE BOUND TABLI.
Captain Conens Mr. Loalor
Mr Smlih Mr Brougham | IVArey Mr Dyet
Tom Tlttier Mr. Walrot | (tenerai Qrantley . . Mr.Nortao
Sir B. Footle Mr Stewart | PeggyPophn. . . .Ml? Oaas?
Perdita Mra. Hear
Ana (lie farce of
A CAPITAL MATCH.
Bunoyildea Mr. Holland i Roaamood Mn. OmM
T?UCKLRY'B SERRN ADBB8, MB BBOADWAk.- MM
D day eveting, February 2o, and all thu week. themuOea
burletta of the
Introducing several ordinal muwloaJ eomoealttaoa. also fee
celebrated duel from "i.irda di Chamouaix."
<*. Commencing at 7K o'rlook. Ilcketa 28 <
BoTtca?Perham'a fourth snloniriao fill l
acr toe admission of tour persona) tooor eol_
?ata at the box oflioe trom M A. M. to M P. M.; prtoe 9, ?r
eleven for I1D.
PB/i HAM'S FOUBTH ENTERPRISE GIFT TTCKBM
are still received for the admlseion of four persona eaeh
to BL'SKLBK 'b OPKBa HOUSE. 630 BROADWAY.
Tickets fur tale at tl ebox ofiloe, from 6 A.M. to 10 P. M. daMjr.
PRICE ONE DOLLAR, OB 11 FOB $10.
All orders lor tickets by mall rhould be oddresaed to
JOSIaII PKHHaM, Adams Houae, Boston.
QBBA8TOPOL HCtLJS OS-OMB WBBK IjONOhtt.?
O JOHN L. SMITH'S OB AND TuOR OF BUB OP ? aad
Blk.UK OP BBBASTOPOL.
Empire Han, Mo. 696 Broadway.
SHBWtaO ONE JUNDBBD YKW8
Of the cities and objects of interest In Kurape.
Every evening at 7k o'olook, and every Saturday a tsnota
atJJ. 1 be music by Mr. Alwyn Field, oTLcodoo.
A MU SEME NTS. ? ACADEMY HALL, M3 BBOADWAV.
J\ tn let, with 8la?e, scftiery, sells for 1,000 persona, and
every thin* complete fi>r exhibitions. Apply oa the premlaea,
between 6 A. M. and S P. M.
TUTUBICAL M ATfM EES.? M AHON AND BKBOMAOTFB
ItJL Fourth Classical Matinee will be given on Tueadav, Feb.
2ti at Dodwortb'H Academy, 806 Broadway, at 2 o'cl ok P. M.
Tbe Trio by KubiMeio wlB be repeated, and Baob's Trtpto
Conoerto, lor three pl?no?, will be played, for tbe llist time ks
New York, by Messra. Soartenberg, Tlmm aaa Mason, i lok
t to for sale al the music Ntorea ana at the door.
MIHs DEft VU.'S benefit and last appearance on Thurs
day, February iift "The Hunchback." "The Kemue fortf
Thieves," and "Black Ejpd Susan " Misa Denvll wlUapoear
as Julia and Black Eyetfeusan; also Mr.and Mrs. W.M. Ward
and the whole strength of the oumpauy.
PEBPfcTCAL MOTION ON EXHIBITION AT NO. 6M
Brcadway ?Thli> machine has been successfully esUbtt
ed in Ne? H'veu. Admittance 2b centa. Hours of exhlbttM
from# to 1; from 2 tog; and from 7 to 10 o'clock.
Monday, fkb. 26. a 3rkat bill at thr tkmplb
til the Muses, 316 Broadway, bixty young ladles wM
appear in tie Model Artiste i and personate twenty tire mag
nificent tableaux, including th? '-Three Graces." wappno,
"(ireik Slave " "Venm Rising frt.m Ibe Sea.'' Together wtih
other eniertAinmentt. N. 11.? Remember, Monday, Feb. X, at
8 or 7.
ffKMPLE OF THH MUSES, 316 BROADWAY. ? PBR
X iorma ces twice every day. In the alXernoon at 3, aod M
theevenlnjai 1%. N. B.? Stranger* aad dthers w*l otoerre
that Ibe above Is tbe only place In New York whore the Model
Articles are exhibited, with other ortatnal eatertaiameota.
VTATIONAL TJIEATBE WA^HIBlOTO*. D O.? THX
XT laaae ot this magmflwint eatabUahmeut from the 1st of
March ensuing having been tendered to and accepted Of
Messrs. Biinkel, Fold A Fl0}d, the aubserlber U prepared to
treat with stars fir nightly, trt weekly or weeklv rmitii msiinno
JOH? T. FORU. Sole Manager? al>o ol Hoinay at. theatre.
Tbe modbl abttbtes, oomposbd of home op thb
finest formed woooea In the world, caa be eee? every mt
lernocn at 3, nnd evening at 7}^, in a beauillul seiecUon of
hvlcg htatnary, together with a great variety oi original enter
lalnmetiu. To be seen at no oilier place in New York than Um
Tenuileot tUe Muxes, 31G Btoadway.
C1I.OhED.-THE FRANKLIN MUSEUM, 63 BOWERY. IB
) closed tor a short period. The troupe ol' Modei ArtlatMk
together with Iht entire company attached vo the a jova e4MP
lWiment, perform every afternoon at 3, and every eveoiagot
7, at the "temple of the Musea, 316 Broadway, until (uribao
TMHKATRIjC'L NOTICB.? THE NA3IOIAL THfcAXUL
? Boston, wll sBcKly be opened , iDtar dm awnui
of Mr. UR*FK.>THt? Jbtars treated ? lib on liberal term* In
dies and gents of talent wlshiup engagements will
?have. A carp* ?? ballet wanted.
SMITH 6 CO. WILL EXHIBIT THUS PANORAMA CMP
Calliornla every itlternoon at three o'clock, and evening at
bail-past seven o'oock, dtirlog the week, at Hope ch?pei, lit
Broadway, opposite hew York Hotel? accompanied oy a truth
tul and vivid description of scenes, by Jno W. Clifford, Ksq
Tickets 26 cents.
VTATIONAL THEATRE, BOSTON.? THK LADIRS 4MB
X3I gtntlemen engaged at this establishment are requent* t
to meet In ibe green room on Wednesday, the 27th mat. at It
o'clock A. M. GEO. a uttlFFlitla. Manager.
To managers and others. -thrkk vocalists
are open to an engagement. The* stag trios, ballad^
sentimental and comic dutts and solos. One of tham la a op ten
did pianltt. 1 hose within* to negotiate may oail or send to Ta
STEWART, Graves Hotel, 17 Creeby at.
PALL JL'LIRN'B BENEFIT AND FAREWELL CONCERT
will take place at ttM Ctl) Atsemhly Hooms. 416 It road
way, oa Monday evening, March S. whoa be wlli lie sidled
by Adeline 1'atti, lit ex*ranrdir ary vounf vocalist: A of.
(i octet . tb<- celebrated plsaitt, and M. Baiili. th? eminent ban
tone. Tlckcts CO jents, and programmes at thamuslc stores.
n BAT IS THR WORLD COMING TO
fv Another proof of enterprise and originality. Only thlafc
ot a horfe piece like MsZbPP*. l'layed every night at Char
ley White's Utile place in the Bowery.
DAOl'ERREOlYPhR OF CHARLEY WHITE'd WON
derm) pony 8am can be taken any day. free of expense,
by applying at the box office of White's Opera House, f?<x m
The public demand it.-in conseqckncb or
not being able to receive tee same amount o t aeaumuienl
eltewhere, the Bowery Theatre is compelled tooiltfelw pa
irons by opening on SATURDAY, March 1.
QATURDAY AFTERNOON. MARCH 1.- BOWKRY TBS,
C? aire? Doer* open at IJdj perlormanoei cjmmenoe at S
o'clock. guc.A'1 E/itkih aI/jmknt.
Exhibition room to lkt or t.ra&ii? rnown as
the 1 inptre ilali, .V.Hi Broadway . it Is el no well oaloulatM
for any buslnou requiring space. Apply on the premises.
ALABOE ASSOKTMRNf OF BILLIARD TABLCT. OP
tl.e best <|ualtty and at low prices, wl l hetound at w
msmitactary the largest anrt most complete In the clt*. Balls
and trimmings of the first quality tor wale. Orders by mail at
tended to. O'OONNOtt A COLLKNDKK, aa Ana si.
Bn.MARr.8 -TWO SPACIOUS ROOMS, AT No. MB
Broadway, opposite the CoDsmort- ho el and adjatnin*
the Presooti lnuae.are lo let, for ollllarda, bowling or sbuotinf.
Caution to tXWSt? TTMS? ALL in?rinq?.
meslsorm) patent for improvements in ihli lard tablea
and oufbions wtll re promptly prosecuted The model tables
ai>d roinoinatlou cushi?us for snie onlv a> .TSCaaaiaers sirae^
up I lairs. MIOHaRL PBRLAN, Inventor and Patentee.
E OFFKR FOR SALE A PINS STO 'K OF TaBLKR.
with our newly Invented cushions, which are preferred
to sll other* br the best judge* in tae United dtaies. Private
houses furnished, and orders b? mail atleuded to.
GRIFFITH A DBOX.KR. M Annstreet.
NO EXTRA CHABGK FOR CROSSING THE ATLAS -
tic.? British f'on> martial Ijfo Iusuranee-Company, Loo
don and America, esUtliiubed l?JU; capital. with accumula
tion*, J8.iHti.HI0; last bonus declared waa u per cent; half
premium may remain on loan. California, Australia and spa.
rial risks taken. Applications may be mad* by ???" la
Ok O. M. KNKTIIT, Ajent, 66 Wail street. New Yorfc
AMCAPRMY HALL <163 nROADWAY.-HOIRRK BYRBY
? Thursday.- Mme and M'Ua EMMA SADVAGSAO has*
removed their Sagging academy to Aradem ? Hail. M.1 Broad
wst , oppo itte Tfcind street, where they hare fitted the large*
?alle In few York to receive their trleaos and palrens. Qua
every day ana evening, *???"
\fLLK. CAROLINE TKZIKft'g DANCING AOADBMY.
ATI No. Si Howard street la now open for the etana.
CJeMes meet for the inetrueOon ot ladles and y? iliriass at %
o|skjck P . M. lo 6, aad It la 10 In the evening tor praeSn,
SuSLoan" tfe* ^aiordAy svaoing from 8 la U.
ry. BP SYSB'8 NSW MtDIOAL WOSK.
AJT MROt M. glrtng lha ? eadon. PsMsand Ytan^^^^B
800 paaea, hjtt of eolored plate*. Prioe * ahWtaifr^H
had'o? Dr. HUNtrr M^eaK Mo. * Dlvletoa sL.^H
York, long and favorably known Id the puMc ; ha
oonaoitod gratis at his oM anabSahed eba. where iHi
praetlsed in ofe braaeh ef madMne for the last twenlrtaar
yawn, and made mare acres than aav other man m the
in many ft) leans* at sin*n* amaMnsad InanraMe, saaee V
whuihhe baa permission to refer to aa heietotora. (Tbarnaa
^^^^^WMSin ak oaaee aenra gnaimteed. Oanlluu ?
P^MI remedy. Hunter's red drop, that aoree without dr?h&
^Hpotson In the bood. can be had ea abera; priee fl ?
makes a epeedy ean without the leael rMlrtimiw In AM,
drink, expoetue or change la acplleaOoa to bnelaee* On*
bott>* will cmre themoet Invstereie sese. Many nreeniwS ten
TVS. RALPH'S OrriCR HOVR8-* TO U A. S,
U 8 to 9 PM., Bon days exoepteA. &C Bauslen street, near
DHR LARMONTR PARIS AND LOSDON MK01CAS.
| Advlserard Marriege GttMe. HlhndiUon .VtOpagna, 7S
colored Ogtirss. ototh tl A?ong IU rontenls sre hit anmsi *aa
receipt* ax d specific* for nervous debility . local sad MnenS.
trian excess and Indiscretion In youth. The author's Parts ana
London treatment froai II to 8; end A to* P. M.. 41 Head a
street, corner of 2U0 Broadway, S. Y.; alee hook sold at M.
We recommend Dr. Larmont to the afUetad.? Courier dan
Hta's Unis, Slants Keitung, National Demoomt, Day Soak, da.
bound. ? ?
or post Dree. Priee SI