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TENANTS' KBUISTBR.
n BROADWAY. -STORE IO LKT FOR A Tl'.RM Or
?rr 4 jtars-Tbe lar^e and toleuaid dry Kind* rtore, I*
jhii occupied by Bl'cbcivik A Leadb+A'ftr, Md tauitv by
uw b**-ei k , No. 347 Kroad way, corner of Leonard si
Terms (Av< rable. Apuly to HOMKK MOHOAN, Pin# at, No. 3
tfelrcpnlltsn Bat k Building.
1A n BROADWAY LOFTH TO LKT FOR A TERM OF
0*X I j?w? ? Ibe lour lofts of the Arg? building (JSiJW;
!M7 ?hOid*?i corner of Leonard iitree , b*viug LS Urge #i?
?tows in tsArh loft, and au entrance 00 bo:h Htraeta Apply to
bOMKK MOKGaN, Pme ?r?ei, N 1. ;j Metropolian Bonk
Bui'dmr.
A NEATLY FURMSHKD HOUSE TO LET-Opr03iiE
Hi. JoU,'s park ; rent very low. Also tront %a I back par
Icr 00 firtt Uirr, with ure ot pianoforte, and pirUal board. If
requited. Apply at No. 6 Weoeter str< et.
A COUNTRY S?aT TO LET-IN NEWfO*N, LONG
A Island, abou' three miles froaa Houston and Oraod street
tar las, containing nme aeres of ground. The bouse baa been
fclely painted itwkle and out, aud contains fourteen rooms;
?are Is A (Am house. sarrlafs bouse, barn and other bulld
Ws. and a neat variety of fruit and ornamental trees. Alao,
A^nintng the above. a house, with one Aore of grnuud, o*r
mjge house And a food variety of li ult And oruAmeatal trees.
T? house contains eight rooms end Iisa been newly pAlnted
hMae and out Possession nc the I Alter given iinmadiAleiy.
Apply to GEORGE W, EDWARDS. No. Ml And JOS Christie
street K Y. _
AVERY DESIRABLE OOUNTRY RESIDENCE, WITH
(Aides Attached, to let or lea*e, on moderate term*. Boitse
targe And butt ot stone, furnished throughout and situated In
Westchester county, within one bandred yards of the Pordbatn
depof? dlktAiire from City Hall t reive raiies. Also to let. a
?Mil ootAge houie beautifully located and retired. Par fur
(bar particulars apply to O. W. BaSHKOKD, 21 KaaI SroaU
way.
A HOUSE TO LET-AT MOUNT VERNON, WE8T0HK8.
ter county, a new and splendid bouse, opposite the
IRethodlal church, with quarter of acre of grotud oomerof
eighth Avenue And Second street; five mlaute?> walk from New
Haven Railroad depot, seven trains stopping dally eacn way;
and ten minutes' walk irom Harlem Railroad do jot. liuni'n
Bridge seven trains ttopptntfdailv each way. to let low. In
quire ( f JOHN WKTHJJBBEB, 77 South street, or on the pre
COTTaOB TO LET AND FUBNITUBK FOB SALS.? A
two story cottage bouae, very pleasantly ki'u&tedlu Brook -
Jib, abr.ut twenty minutes' walk of Fulton ferry, and one
Dlr<sk from two ral'roaas. Furniture nearly ne m, and will be
said low Posaesrion given Immediately, if required. Ad
dreae O. J. B., llcr&'d office.
/CORNER LOI'T TO LET-AT 33 JOHN STREET. COR.
Vfner of Nassau, on second floor. Inquire of uKVKLl V a
vANU r .
Ftfjg 70 LETVT rJ?--^85^n1?m<di?4
~~ .MB. ion,qu^?- *>r JKS&J* ??/ by
riOTOBY AND FOUNDRY BUILDINGS TO LET ?
The buildirgs. cornw of Slkth avsaue And Forty seventh
street, with the foundry In the rear, f>cetber with engine
llsaks, tools, Ac. Tie bui'dlnn on the Sixth avenue arc lis
(set lrctt asd four storlea high, with llgbt cellar under the
whole. 1 he louudry is well adapted to light cAsttngs and nousu
troik. Apply to FRObT A FuR.tKST, 140 feirl street.
Houses to let, in Brooklyn? b^nt *176 -the
two 2)4 rtory and basement frame houses. Nos. 23ft aod
337 Washington street; have eas tnd range, with ya-dg in the
rear, 130 luet deep. Apolr to ri. B. CHURCH, ft 7 Maiden lane,
ap stans; or lo the evenlag. At the corner ol Hoyt and Pacitic
streets, Brooklyn.
OFFICE* TO LET-IN STORE NO. 12 BROADWAY, ON
U fit, second aud third Uoors. Also, a basement to lei.
Apply to i'. R <1>WM. on tbe prtznisss
STABIE TO LET-DOWN TOWN, TH4.T TILL A';
oomaodatc forty horses, All fitted up with ga?, Crjfoa
water and evtry other convenience. Apply on the premises,
m Leonard ?'>eet. And for particulars at 117 Ninth Pt-eet.
STORE IN SOUTH STREET? TO LET OR LKA8E FOR
anypurpote. Ken'. $800 per year. Tl.e building is three
rtory, with cellar, No. 361) South street, between Montgomery
street And Oovernaur slip, opposite Bridge street ferry. It has
been used the psst five years as a ship chAndle.-y store and
rigging loft. Inquire at the ship smith's shop, atx: djar, ot
81EPHEN BoBKKTS.
OTEAM rOWER.? 8EO<M TO LET, WITH OR WfTH
power, 22 feet by 60, up to 43 feet by 100 well lighted
with 27 window ? on a floor; will ho lot low to good leiumta, and
possession given immediately. For parti.-tilArs lnquto on the
wrwajjgw, H 10 Amity piAce, between Blocker and Amity
f|M LET? TWO FINE LARGE OFFICES, DIRECTLY
X opposite the St Nicholas Hotel. Inquire at JOHN GRA
BAM 616 Broadway, saaond floor.
rW7 LET-LAR3E AND LOFrY LOFTS. IN THE NEW
X froMding corner of Duane and Ehn itreeH, beautifully
lighted, cor listing of eleven windows to each floor. Inquire
of H McKENNA, 32 Centre street.
rLST, IN BROOSLYN-A VIRST CLASS HOUSE. IN
a most desirable Vocation. Tba furniture, which is t?eiv,
tor sale. Prssemloo o i the 1st of M?y, or before, if desired.
Address box 2,685 New York Post office.
mo LIT, at CLIfTON, B FATEN ISLAND- A HOUSE
X and seres of lud. Tbe house la of brick, nod de
bghttully situated, bavins an extensive water view, and Uoiih
*dwlth?]l the modern Improvement#. The ground* are at
tractively laid cut. Fruit trees, grapea. Ac., in ahundauoe.
Ihe premises being well suited for a gentleman's residence.
Apply tn C. O. COSJCB, 13 Beads street.
ITH> LET IN A BEfclRABLE LOCATION, IN NtNE
A teenth street, near Mxth avenue, convenient to ears and
stages, a large house, with 14 rooms, gas, Croton, tc , suitable
fcr a large hm'Jy, or for keeping boarders Rant Poe
session given atonee. For partlcjlam. mil on J. M. COR WIN,
307 Kiith avenne, or on G. Goodwin, 806 Broadway.
TO LBT-THE UPPER PART OF THE TEREK 8TORY
house 122 vast eighteenth street, between Third avenue
and Irvlag place, hiving all the modern Improvements, gas
Oroton wa.'er, bath, Ac., 4c. Bent moderate to a small genteel
family, without children. Pissestinn (given immediately it re
quired. Inquire on the premises bets een 10 and 2 o'clocc.
r LET-TILL FIR8T OF MAT, A PLEASANT ATTIC
chamber, with grate and neatly furnished, suitable for
two r entlemen, also a single furniiced room, at Sf Ft. Mark's
>1? e. Eighth street.
T? LET- STORE NO. 870 BROADWAY; WILL BR Al
tered and fitted to snit the tenant. Apply to J. B.
BIFFING, Mo. 6 Tryon row, from I to 2 P. M.
mo LKT-TBRKB HOU8K8, ON M1NTH AVItHUK, MOS.
A 196, 100 and 202 with all modern improvements, beautt
telly situated; also, ronr houses on Clinton street. Brooklyn,
only ten minutes' walk from the ferry. For particulars apply
to T. A MKY ftR, 90 William street.
r LET- THREE THRKE StORY BRICK ROUSES ON
Fifty third street, between Fourth and Fifth avenues. To
food tenants the; will be let at $300 each. Apply to C. A R.
POlLLON, 224 South street.
TO LET- A SMALL TFREK STORY HOUSE, NEAK
Union square. Mo. 64 Kast Filteentb street, with Oroton wa
Ur.bsth, gas, An Rent WOO per year. Inquire nl K. H.
?ON W A Y, >o. 889 Broadway. The bouse can be seen from
10 to 1 o'Mock.
TO LET, FBOM FIRST APRIL OR FIRST MaY-THE
four st'u-j dwelling bouse, 29 Greene stree", wlh cm,
water, bat"., Ac., and containing eighteen r.x>ms. appij on tbe
premises.
mO LET, IN BROOKLYN-A FISE TBKRf STORY
A brick bouee. 43* Atlantic street, with lot and stab'e in Pa
cific street, or without It. For particu ars inquire at 68 John
ktreet, >ew York.
r LET? THE LARGE AND COMMODIOUS THREE
story bouse, No. 4 Abingdon square, an exc-Uent loca
tion for a first class hoarding bouse. Apply to I.I KIHttT A
HaDSELL, corner of fcigbtb avenue ana Foarteen-h p'reet.
O LET? THE FOUR STORY BAriEMKUT HolHE 493
_ Seventh avenne, containing ail the mvlern improvements,
will be let on reasonable terms to a go >d tenant. App y at 491
Seventh avenue, or of TBOS. W. 1HOR5B, at tb? Nation*!
Insurance Company . 52 Wall street. Alto the cornur store
und dwelling ot Seventh avenue and Fortieth street.
TO LET-FROM THE 1ST OF MAY, TUB NRW THtEE
story ar>d basement brown stone Iron' hou<<?, 163 West
Ihirty-lourth street, near Eighth avenue, finished in the best
style, and furnlsfcm with all the mode -n improvements. Apply
to DAVID li. YOU* Gil. <46 Fourth street. _
TO LET FOR AND SALE.? HOUSE TO LET AND FURNI
ture for sale, or to let on reasonable terms, su'table for a
gcmeel boarding house. If desired, parties wi'l reiniin a#
boarders. A op i vat No. 2 Abligdrn square, west si Je, comer
rf bank and Hudson ^tree's.
TO LET? TBE PLEASANT ITALIAN COTTAGE, AT
Clifton, Staten Inland, containing eleven roonn, well
fitted up lor a gentleman's residence, witb good uoash house
and about two acres of land, seven minute.' w*lc from Van
deibilt's landing; nlioa cumber ot Rente*! large houses anl
collages at Stapleton to let Apply to O. BaBTLEI'I', liiG
Broadway.
T
T
O LEASE, FOR 8BVEN YEARB-A LaROE HOUSE IN
Pilnoe street, near Bfoadway. adapted (or nuhltc or oust
purposes. Its proximity to all tbe leading hotels renders
tals location particularly desirable. Lot, 36x101. Apply to
JOHN P. KKLflO. 62 William street.
TO LET-A LARGE AND COMMODIOUS HOUSE IN
the upper part or the city, situated on the earner of Twen
ty sixth street and First avenue, suitable for a largo mechanics'
boarding bouse, being in the immediate vicinity ol' several ma
nufacturing establishments: capable of accommodating forty
or fifty roaiders; will be let cheap. Apply to CtfAKLRS F.
McCHBHNET, co me' of Twenty sixth street and First avenue,
before 10 A. M. and after 3 P. M.
r LET? THE TWO STORY AND ATTIC HOUSE, 803
Wesley plane, between Houston and Bloeckcr streets.
Tbe owner, a widow lady and daughter, would boarl with tbe
family.
TO LET? HOUSE 112 WEST BROADWAY, HOUSE 4
Varlek street, bouse 86 Ann street, bouse 65 Beekman
s'reet. house 3# Kose street, house 22 West Broadway, store
No. 90 Old slip. Anplv to H. C. SKI MI, 16 Mott street.
TO LET OB LEASE? A THREE STORY AND ATTIC
bouse, con tan. lag all tbe modern Improvements, 698 Hous
ton street. For particulars, apply at 263 Broadway, of from
troin 9 1 a 10 A ? M. at itt Amity stree>.
r LET? HANDSOME FURBISHED ROOMS FOR GEN
tlemeu, two dollars per week, at No. 347 Broadway, cor
ner of Leonard street. Apply on tbe premises, after 11
o'clock, a. M.
TO LET? llfcE UPPRB PART OF HOUSE NO. 116 BES
tar street, between Eldrldge and Korsjth streets, to a
email and genteel family, consisting or front and bank parlors,
with kltclen attached, two bedrooms, three pantries and one
cothes press; it contains all the modern Improvements, such
as bath, stationary wssbtubs, Ac. Apply on tbe premises.
LHT, IN BROADWAY? HALF A STORE. SUITABLE
for a lace or faroy dullness; rent moderate to a good
tenant. Address Lace and Embroidery, Unlsn square Post
(Bee.
rM LET? ONE OF THE FOUR NEW BRICK H904R4
having iron baleofttes, Nos. 404 to 410 AUanUc street
Brooklyn, near Bond street: a desirable location for residence
or business. Rent to a good tenant win be $<3p. Inquire of
WILLIAM SMITH, in .Tore 110 Fulton streeOfew ?2rk.
H O LKT? A STORK AND BASEMKNT, NBXT TO TdE
1 Herald office, la Nassau street. The premlsss are at
orcseat occupied as _? JbepksUire and newspaper depot. I?
^uire of JAMRs At'K K.KM^Ai, loi Nassau street, up stairs.
T~0 1.ET? ' THE TIIREK 8TORY DWELLINO HOt'OR 33
Kiog street, with mrdrm Improswments, josteompletad
aleo, lbs first floor and basement ot 3? Ring street, and four
rot ibm 00 tbe third floor, for a small family. Three story shop
tn the rtar of 39 King street, suitable for any meohanioal
bnsti <sa Jmrnedisie poaiesdon glvao. Inquire of A. RA T
JfOBp, 01 v haibam sueet.
nsNAirn rromtbr.
rpo ltt-thk co?v*nikwt four mtory enolisu
X f-asement bnu?e, 1(4 Kast Twenty second street. contain
ing all modern improvement*. For paruc atari, apply to AX.
BuRT HORN, in Pearl street
riio Uf-raOM THB 1ST MAY, TO A SMALL, HR
1 spet-Uhlo family, ttie upper part of a neat two alary
boute, contalilng iu. Ac , It Rivli (loo street, nestr this
t)o ?ery. Ingulf a at MM Broadway, second Boor.
rO LRT OR LEASE AND RENT LOW? THB WHOLE OR
' part of at ore M Beekman (tree', Ave itorien high and ninety
r?et deep Inquire on the p remittee.
rv>0 LKT? SUIT A BLB FOR A DRY OOODS STORK, THB
1 upper stories of No. 40 Broadway. Inquire at OR Ci>DR
CY A ?UEL, 42 iiroadway.
r) LET? A HOUdE, STABLE AND LABOR OaRDBN,
on Washington avenue, sear KuMon, in Brooklyn. Pos
session can be had Immediately. For farther partlcu'ars ap
ply to WM. RADDB, 322 Broadway.
r) LIT? THB UPPHR PART OB SINGLE ROOMS OP
house 300 Broadway. Apply to VI M. BADDB, 322 Broad
way
rLBT? TO A SMALL FAMILY, PABT OP A GEN
leel two story bouse, op nutating of a front roam on Moond
Door, two bedrooms, rear basement and cellar. Inquire at No.
101 Stanton street.
r LKT? THB LA BOB BASEMENT IN CHAMBERS
street, neat to Stewart's, suitable lor offices or starea; pos
serslon immediately, or first ol' May. Apply at 196 Pearl sL
rLBT ? BPLBV DID APARTMENTS, FRONTING THE
Battery , unsurpassed for health and beautiful scenery, in
house No ? State street. Povsesiion 1st March. Inquire at
10 State street, or on tae n remit ea.
rpo LET-IN 1HB BEST BUSINESS LOCATION IN
J. Broadway, a large parlor or showroom, on the first floor,
and small room adjoining (both front), with pantry, and bed
room* on the third Boor. If required. at 871 Broadway, oppo
site the Metropolitan Hotel. Immediate1 poaseaston given.
TO LET OR LEASE ? IN EAST NEW TORS, L. L, THB
tavern, bowling aakton aad grooery store, known aa the
East NewlYork House. Inquire on the premises, or at 46 Grand
street, WUliamsBurg
mo LET OR LEASE? THE TWO THREE STORY BBIOK
JL bulldinga and stores Nee. 1* and 17 Merear street; eaa be
connected; wlil be let low to a good tenant. Apply to S. B.
ALTHAUBE, 20 Mereer street, or IRA CAMPBELL, 97
Reioer street.
rpo LET? THR POUR STORY BROWN STONE FRONT
X house on Thirty eighth street, fourth house eaet from
fourth avenue: mcaern improvement*. Also, the three story
and attic brick house N o. 284 Spring street; one email two
storv bilek boose No. 288 Spring street. Inquire of T. A L.
BOSS, 99 Pearl street.
rLBT OR LEASE? THE THREE STORY BRICK
store Nos. 363 and 366 Rtvington street, fronting on toe
ailp; store 40 by 90; wfll be let for stores or other purpo-es.
Apply to John H. Rapp,367 Hivlngton street, or Myer Hasten,
No. 8 Wall street.
TO LEABB-A THBBtC STORY AND ATTIC HOCSB,
with stable In Uie rear, situated In Clinton place, Ktgh'h
street. No. 48, near of University place. The house his
been lately tmt in thorough order; tms gas, baths, to. Posses
sion riven .mmedlately. For further particulars Inquire of
JOHN ORaHAM, MC Broadway, second floor.
TO LET OB LEASB-A DWELLING HOUSE AND STORK,
w:th sutbles In the rear, adj-tmlnf the corner ot Thirty
fourth rtreet and Ninth avenue, west side. Said store has Heen
occupied for tho Uat three yearn as a feed store, and is au ex
cellent stand for tnat or any other business will he let or
leased at a low rate to a gooi tenant. Ap^ly ts J. HMITri, 136
West Twenty-'Jbird street.
TO LEASE IN BROOKLYN? NR A.R THK FULTON KER
ry. the corner property known &? the Branch. 40 by 80 ieeu
Apply at 27 Ortlandt street, up sUlrs, to O. FCRMAW, Jr.,
Kiecntor.
rpo I.ET OR LKASB? THB NBjT TWO 8TORY AND
1 attic btlck house Po. 4A1 Weshttgtoa street If in first
rate order, ted to a good tenant will bs leased low. Apply at
97 Water street.
WANTED TO LET OR LEASE? A RESIDENCE. WITH
two or three acres of ground, sti'-lc, Ac either ia Mor
fist own, N. J., or Ptragbkeepsle a poly, stating terms, Ac., to
J A MRS CRUlKSH AN K. 33 Broadway.
HOUSES, ROOMS, WANTED.
A GENTLEMAN AND HIS WIFE WANT TO HIRE A
part of a hoose. situated up to vn or in Brooklyn; two or
three rooms wou'd be all that wjttl i be required. In a house
with but one family preferred. Address, statin* location and
tarns, which must be low, P. M. C., box 111 Herald office.
CLUB ROOM WANTED? SITUATED IN EITHER THE
Filth or Kigh'h wards, the rent of which must not exceed
(120 per annum. An* person having such a room te let will
please acdretj box 201, Herald office, stating terms loca
tion, 4o.
SMALL HOUbE WAlf?**MM! IHB WB^X BIDS OF
the city, between Chambers ar.d oAnn sireeie; retit
t3 60 to 1460. Possession on 1st of May, cr sooner. Address
box 308 1'oet ofliee.
WANTED TO BENT? A SMALL HOUSE. CONTAIN
log all the modern conveniences, in a respestaMe uetgh
borbcod, below or near Font th street, between Broadw*y acid
Sixth avenue. It further up town, must be near ooe or the
city railroads. Would purchase ptrt of teroiture. Kent must
be moderate. Addrets, giving full particulars, W. O., box
3,662 Post offioe. *
WANTED TO PURCHA8R? A FIRST CLASS HOUSE,
located between Fourteenth and Thirty-fifth streets and
Fourth and Sixth avenues. Any person having sue* an one to
dispose of, on reasonable terms, may address H W., Herald
office for three days, stating location and price.
X\T ANTED? TWO OR 1HREE BOOMS, ON THB SECOND
V f Boor of a genteel house, to be used as a school for little
girls. If pleasant arrangements could *e made the lady wjuld
board with the family ; location between Tith and 30th ma., 8th
and 9th avenues-best of references given and required. Ad
diesi T?acher, Herald office.
WANTED- A SECOND HAND FRENCH BUBR STONE
mill, agent thirty inches in diameter. Apply at lfcl Pearl
itreet.
\|7 ANTED-FROM FIRST OF MAY, THREE LAR3E
"I unfurnished rooms, on one floor preferred, with good
pantry and cellar accommodation, situated betwosn Fourth
and Twenty fourth streets, for a respectable private ifcmilv;
rent lrom $10 to tl2 a month. Address, for three daja. Bco
corny, Herald office. -
WANTED- A LOT IN GREENWOOD CEMETERY
Any one having a lot p'easantiy situated, and wilrn* to
tell it c.hfap. will fii.d a cash customer, by stating particulars
in a note, addre.ted R. B. H , box 4,^1 Post office
$2.
INSTRUCTION.
(t i l t ? BOOKKEEPING, WRITING, AJUTHMBTIC ?
iplU. Vr. DOLBKaR, 609 Broadway, will commen:e his
tprmg term on Monday. A Tew sudents may engage private
feats. at only flu, lor a practical course in double ea'ry, to
qualify them for as y business. Ladies may have cheap and
private lessons.
A C0VR6E OP WRITING LESIONS FOR ti, IN
?*. cludiLg s*uonery. Bookkeeping, tlnrsugh courae,
reduced to $15. Apply thin week, at toe hcadeaiie*, 362 Broad
way, corner of Franklin street, and 277 Ful'on street, Brook
lyn. (JLIViiR B. GOT.DSMITH.
ONLY FOR WRIIING, ? FOR BOOKKEtePIN<}.?
ypj. l.adles' clsss, four r?'c!ock; gentlemen me-t in the even
Ins- Must applv immedie'eiy from 3 'o 9 o'clock, at 773
Broadway. between Ninth and Tenth streets. Lesson* In elo
cuicn, Knglith grammar and composition, including spelling;
alio, toe French, Spanish and Germsn languages. .
_ C. RUBBiNti ELLENWOOD.
MECHANICS' INSTITUTE, NO. I, BOWERY.? THE
evening school of tie Inati-ute for the Instruction of Oe'
tnais In tfce English language, will be opened on the evening
ot the . lift March. We put in our c alm tor patronage among
'.bote of kindred institutions, and pledge ourselves to Impart a
knowledge of this Leceswty to every German in this country in
as rhort a time as possible. Subscription* will be re elved.
PROF. DE MARSAli'S FFFECTIVB AND SIMPLE
method is highly tpoken of by al his pupils, ladies and
gentlemen* Those who wish to learn the French Unguagc
without any waste ef time and mine v , will not be dltappoiuted
in visiting ibis gentleman, at 437 Broadway.
Writing-plain, and ornambntal. is taught
upon soucd aad (ndMc utable principles, to the entire
exi!ualon ol tne modern sU and ten laeaon eharlat\urr. bt
FOSTER A DIXON, 346 Broadway. Leaeousday and evening,
aa usual. Prospect u* on application.
WANTED.? A CLERK IN A WHOLESALE SroRt
wishes a few partner* to join in a class for a cotnoleie
ccurte of bookkeeping by double entry. For particulars In
quire at the reading room of the Mechanics' Institute.
WAN1ED IMMEDIATELY? IN A BOARDING SCHOOL,
near the city, a middle aied French or American gen
t.errar, accustomed to and succeaa'ul In the management ol
bt.yt, and able to teach the classics; board and smill salary
given; Apply at No. A Hudson Terrace, Hnboken.
BILLIARDS,
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BILLIARD TABLM, Of
the best quality and at low prices, wi'l be iound at ?ui
manufactory, the largest and most oomplete in the eitv, BaSf
and trimmings of the flr*t uaality lor stile. Orders bv mail at
tended Id. O'CONNOR A COLLENDER, 63 Ana st.
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF BILLIARD TABLG4,
wlihcurmootrn impravementa, for whioh we received
the silver medal at the World's Fair. Alao. cloths, balls, cue*,
cue wai, At lowest prices. Three secocd hand tables tor sale
cheap. LKOnaRD k BKNJAMIN. 332 Broadwu r.
Billiard bai.ls.-a fine assortment or bil
nard bail! and French cue tips tor sale, at the lewest
rash prices, by WM. M. WKLi.lHu, 430 Broome street, corner
ot Crosby.
THR MODEL BILLIARD TABLES AND COMBINATION
sushions, patented r eb. 19, 1W6, are lor sale only at 39
Chambers street, up stairs, next to Barton's. Infringemw
on the above will be proeecuted to the utmost rigor of tne law.
MiCHAEL PHKLAN.
WE OFFER FOR BALE A FINE STOCK, WITH OCR
newly invented cushions, which are preferred to ai
others by the best judges In the united States. Private houses
I nroisl-ed, and orders bv mail attended to.
GRIFFITH * DKCKER. 90 Ann street.
CO ALi.
BRECKINRIDGE COAL.? A BMALL SUPPLY OP THIS
celebrated coal la now being received, and will be sold a
til per tow, delivered, or $14 if taken front the yard. Order*
lett at No 2 Wall street, Thompson's offlee, or at the yard,
oorner of Twenty -seventh stieei and Eighth avenue. Dan ac<
see it burn at either piaee. E. LBNOW, Coal Dealer.
CUMBERLAND STEAM COAL RUN OF THE MI* Ki
ln yard and for sate, in lota to tnlt purchasers, at a re
dneed pi ice. JAMES W. WILTS*, 726 Fourth tt , East river.
J>OKE.? ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY CHALDRONS OF
J superior Liverpool ooke, tor sale, at the foot of King street,
orth ri'er, by the chaldron or in tots to salt purchasers, ft V
delivered Apply at 870 Greenwich street. MAT. CLINTON.
COAL? COAL AFLOAT.? THt SUBSCRIBER HA8
about 100 tone of the best peach orchard red aah stove aud
ccg coal, which he will dispose of at the low rate of W 00 per
ton to carmen and dealers. Apply at foot of Hatneraley street,
North river. CaPT. MKTCAKL HUGH ICS.
LITERPOOL ORREL OOAL AFLOAT? DISOH A RUI NO
from ship Enterprite, a saryo o t Halliburton's orrel ooal,
Imported for fkmlly use. and tor sale at the lowest market
prtee, delivered direct from the ship. Also, tor ia e, reach
orchard. Leblgh, Cnmberland snd eannel ooalt. HENRY
REJtVK, comer of Canal and Centre streets, and earner of
Jane a?a West itieeis.
WINES AND LJQUORS.
DOCBLESWAN. HOLLAND OIK AN 9 FRENCH BRAN
ilea, to hooded warehouse, in halt rip??. quarter ri*i
and eighth casks, for sale, taws Oustom House stores, by
IMPfOV ABftO'B., 19 BeefC street.
nsAsoiAi*
?QQO (inn *? Ol WATCHKfl, DIAMONDS,
fOt/U.UUU jewelry. pianos, drj goods, mtn. borsss,
?Mow, ban e* Ac. litri jmrlpflon of property bought,
?Mtht hlsDeat Ajnaw pall. in east All translations ?tri?*Uv
cctiMsnUsl. Private rooms far laite*. Offto* hours from 9
till fi, M TAYLOR A OU.'8, 30 Chamber* street, ant door to
Burton's Ik ?in, np ata(rm.
<fc?nn fli'in ? money j-0 loan om watch im.dia
%)UUv.uUU. moods, jewelry, segars. dr? |<?di AO.
notes, bonds mwtgaMs, iloeU, Ao., nwKitlM) wa-ohes
jewelr? ,se|ars, Ac , for sAeeheap by TMOHPaJ J*i A 00.
No. 102 Nassau ?' root, rooms No?. i and 2<i, eorntr of A.on si
tf ? (UWi Wamikd- on MoaruAQK, on tub
1 l/tUUU tfare? Htory brovn stone house Md lot No.
70 Wast Thirty aesond street nfer Broadway, worth dou
ble (be amount; contains all the modern Improvements; bonds
man tint class. Apply at 119 West Twenty -fourth street
K. KENNKDY.
AftA 0R HOOO WANTED? FOB FIRST BOND
Ju.UUU and mortgage oa a boa ? and lot, In Kasl Brook
lyn, wort hM.OMtt. Address Mortgage, Herald office.
AMEKTINO Or THR CREDITOR* OF MBRSRS. W. A
a Richardson wUI take pJaoe on Tuesday, March 4, at 12
o>eloek M . at No. 140 Water street. All partiee Interested are
particularly requeaied to attend, sa matters of itreat Impor
tance will be dlscn? art. By order of the committee.
C'ORN EXCHANGE FIRE AND INLAND NAVItlA
) I km Insurance Company.? New York, March I, 14M ?
Dividend.? The Beard at lM>eotors of this company nave this
day declared a semi annual dividend of six per oent, payable
(in the aih Insi. W. H. WINDSOR, Secretary.
T\BSMOINR8 COUNTY, IOWA, BIOBT PKrt CUNT
U bonds.? The semi annual Interest conpoa, due 1st Marsh
ou these bends, will be paid at the bank of North America, 47
Wall a root.
TPiLORENCK AND KKYPORT JOINT COMPANY.?
r Report tor the last year may be bad at the office, No. 59
Beaver street THOMAS U)<D. Treasurer.
MONEY TO LOAN-ON DIAMONDS. WATCHES, JKW
fclry , pianos, dry goods, segar* anl ever? description cf
valuable property, or bought for cash. Htoaka. b inds, notes,
mortgages. Ac. . negotiated. Watches and jewelry for sale. K.
THAYr.lt, 334 Broadway, rooma Noa 1 and 2. seaond story.
OFFICE FLUSHING RAILROAD COMPANY. FLUSH.
Inc.L. I., Feb. 22, 18S6.? Tbe balf yearlr Interest on the 1st
mortgage bonds of ihis company, due Mareh 1, 18 wi. will be paid
or ard alter that day, npon p?e-enU:lon cf the coupons a*, the
cffice of the Farmers' Loan and Truit Company. New York.
WM. SMAttT, President.
TO TFXAS CREDITORS.? TKX AS SECURITIES PtTR
chaMrd or oollscted for account of holders, by I. A R.
M1LLBAHK A CO., 82 Front street
TO IMPORTERS OF &MBROIDERIKS.-THS ADVKRTI
ser is a man with $2,000 capital, aud $3,000 credit: is niw
tngaged in tie luce and embroidery business, and doiug fir*
ra'e; wl'l be moving on the 1st of May to a pew (tore. In a first
rate location. Would life e to increase his trade by miking ar
rapiemenU with Mime importer, who would tell htm about
$3,000 worth of embroideries on a six months' ere lit, by whlcH
be could secure bimsell by a mortgage. or anv other way. Ad
dress Wm. 8. O., No 3 Amity street, Post office.
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICBS.
I lOft T0 WOOO.? WANTED, AN ACTIVE PART
tt .uUU ner, with this amount of capital, to join the ad
vertiser In un esta1- lii-hed wholesale liquor business Address,
with real rame, stating where an Interview can be bid, Mo
norgabela, Herald office.
(to fmn -WANTED, a person, wirn th's
tiPO.UUv/. amount, to Invest equa ly with the advertiser,
in a labor saving machine of freai value. Tbe machine Is in
full operation, and bas only to be seen to satisfy tUU a large
profit will be realized. For partlcu'ars apply at 2ii2 Fulton
Mreot, second door, room 14.
Dissolution.? the copartnership herktc
fore existing between the subscribers, uuder the nune
and firm of Major Thompiou A Co., is this day dissolved by
mutual consent. The bu'iness ol' tlis late firm will be settled
by Major '1 hompson, who is authorized to use the name of the
firm for that purpose. MAJOR THOMPSON A 00.
New York, March 1. 1856. JAMES CLSMENTE.
| ABSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.- J0BIAH J. LB
L' Count, laving purchased the entire interest of Char as L.
Strong In tbe firm of Le Count A Strong, said firm is thlH day
dissolved. J. J. Le Count is fully authorized to Bettle all busl
nets of said lira. J. J. LE COUNT,
Saw Fhakpiko, Feb. 2, 1858. CHARLES L. STRONG.
J J. Le count will oontlnus the book, stationary, news
paper and periodical business, upon hia Individual account, at
the old stand of Le Count A Strong, Montgomery street, San
Fiandtco. J. J. LK COUNT.
DIP80LUT10N.? THE COPARTNERSHIP HEItBTO
iore existing under the name and firm of WEBBER A
FAMON, is this day by mutual consent dissolved.
JOHN -r. WEBBER,
New Yore, Feb. 30, 1(56. WM. H F ANTON.
The WlIJ be settled by the subscriber,
JO JN T. WEBBER
PARTNER WANTED.? A PRACTICAL WORKMAN
wants a partner In the stove and tin ware mauuftcturlng
business. * 1th a cash capital ol $100. One not acquainted with
the business would be taken. Address Dexter, Herald office.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTitfO
under the name, atyle and firm of P. L Bogera k Co., la
this day dissolved by limitation, F. de Sooarraa Withdrawing
frum tbe cctcern. Tha business will be continued by th? sub
ecrlber on ihe premises heretoiore occupied by the late firm.
P. L. R03KH8, 121, 123 and 125 Fulton atreet, cor. Nassau,
New Yor*. Feb. 1,1856.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
between tbe subscribers, under the name and firm of P.
II. Fay A Co., ia diasolved by mutoal|oona*nL The outstand
ing business will be aettled by either ol the undersigned
Patrick hTfa.y.
LOO A* FAY.
Tbe subscribers hare formed a partnership under the name
and firm or Fay Brothers, lor the purpose of continuing the
soap manufacturing butlness, heretofore transacted by P. B.
FftjAlo. DaVID FAY.
LOU AN FAY.
No. 92 Moxroc rrnerr, New Yobk, March 1, 1856.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HBRBTOFORE EXIRTINO BE
tween the und^fptnftlar (SHUrffm ? * *
SAMUEL EN OLE.
ISAAC B. CRaNB.
The undersigned will continue the distilling of camphsne, al
cohol and N. h. rum cm his own account,
S AMCKL ENULE, 38 Burling aMp.
Nkw York, Mareh 1, 1866.
-- ..._ MncAi.
J, mel<^n?ote^at$-? $2 60*8? H^M0M1UM AND^l
8g?RA?;tB&3n&3&
A BAROaIK, for Pabu ?
&"E?1^2*dSILTE! Sffii? ????
AW. LARD 4 CO. '8 PARIS FIRST PREMIUM PIA
. nos.- These pianos received the first premium, oyer all
oiler square rimes, both European bod American, at the
Pari* Industrial Exhibition of 1866. OARHART NKKDHAM
A CO.'* mtiodeon*, 619 llroadnay St. Nkchfila* Hotel.
JUD3QN A MONGER.
A SEVEN OCTAVE ROSEWOOD PIANO FOR SALE,
richly finished, with round corner* and moulding, with
rich gilt ornamental rose pa-tern (date, beautiful (ail rich tone,
*ud made by a celebrated city maker; with unexpl-el warran
toe for two yearn from December last; It Is richly polistiej. Oan
be lolly tented by the purchaser Will b? sold for $210 ca*h.
A rare chance. Apply at (38 Sixth avenue, near Thirty
eighth street.
Banjo, ? the banjo taught in a few east lhs
sens by FRANK SPEED, nf 80 Hudson street, Blngle,
double, sod triple stilktr; also In the guitar style. Good
ptajers warranted. Banjos of every description. lesions
day ki d evening. Eaojo strings, pegs, bridges, heads, Ac. for
ta'e. '
GKBAT BARGAINS, IF REMOVED IMMMD I ATRL1 .
One spit ndld seven octave rosewood pianoforte, In uw
t u' ten month* ar.d co&t $276, for sale, tor $160; one seveu oo
tave rofewooddo. for $120, at,d one for $100; one mtboginy
dr. for $88. ?'ne do. $75. and one $.10. others for $30. $21 and
$20. Can be e?en at 102 Twenty Kixth street, ne%r Sixth ave
me. R. GONZALEZ..
Pianos and music.-wk learn that hobaor
WATERS, of a'3 Broadway, N. Y., agent for the sale of
many of the most celebnteii h.jVw* nf pianos and melodesns,
i-i alluring tbera st p r lets which we *>lrise all who desire to
purchase to avail tbemwl'- es of He Is aisi tcl.lngM* large
at d well known catalogue o." ro?~c it oue tUtrd ntr fro -a the
rfgulur prices, ao.d will forward the soma tree of postsge. His
cfier* to the trade, teachers ai.it school* are nt'tha hum1 tVot a
hle ehnrncter? all of which he Will be a")Ie to fill tj tho lo''er,
by baring w.selv adopted the c ? U sv?.te so. Th-i Unri <e W?
ters' pianos are known as among tue very h>)>t_ We art- ? iab'e-1
tonprskot thefe Instruments with soma :.-ee ol cojtld?nci
Irom persona, knowledge of their excellent tone aul durable
quality.? N. T. Evangelist.
PIANOFORTE FOR SALE, FOR $200-ELEG A>Tl4Y
finished, wl h all the modern improvements, and h?< a
beauufaltone. Tl.is is a good opportunity for tlioie in wantot
a fine immanent. Apply at 8f)i Weal Twenty-sixth street,
near Sixth avenur.
PIANOFORTE WANTBD.-A FIR8T CLASS INBTRU
raeu, in exchange for desirable stock, that is paying ton
Rr o?nt Apply to Oastner Brothers, 237 Broadway, corner
ik place.
SCHUBEBTH A CO., MUB1C DEPOT, 63* BROADWA1
New York, publisher* since thirty years, at Hamhwa
and Leipslc. offer a nock of sue million works, the largest la
the United States. Those who want good muate, at low ratee.
please to call.
TRAVELLERS' GUIDE.
H ?HUDSON riter railroad.? trains lkat*
I Chambers (treet daily, for Albany and Troy. On ant
?Iter Hoc day, Jammer 21, 1868,the trains will run as foHow*:
Ki press train. 7a.IL oonnecltng with Northern and Wester*
trains; through wmmi. 12 A.; express train, 6 P. M.: tor
Ponghkeepele, at ?A. ICsmd 3-JO P, M.; tar PeekskUL 6:80 P.
M.; for Stag Sbmu SOT. M. The Sing Stag and P efesktl
trams slop at all fe wtf stations. Passengers takes a- Cham
i>era, Canal, Christopher and Thirty -first streets. Sunday mat
train, at 4 P. M.. from Canal tteet for Albany, stopping at at
?all station*. JL tTSrkjta. Jr.. SnportnUndsat
QIXTH AVENUE { RAILROAD COMPANY. -NOTICK
0 to passengers.? The car* of this road are again running
to and from the oorner of Church and Barclay six seta. The
cars run on the fbUowtng timetable:?
rRov error com. 43d it. and from coritir or sarclat aitd
6T1I A V . TO BABCLAV ST. CHCIiCH StRSKTS.
Dnirn. Up.
First morning oar* ( 6:16 A. M. First morning car* < fl:M A. M.
leave at (6:30 A.M. leave at { (:10 A.M.
Then every 10 mtn. Then every 10 min
utes unto 6:10A.M. ules until 6MA.M
Do. 6 do. 7 A.M. Do. 6 do. 7:10 A. M
Do. i do. 730A.M. Do. 4 do. 8:10 A. M.
Do. 3 do. 10 A..M. Do. 3 do.l0:*0A.M
Do. 4 do. 1:30 P. M. Do. 3 do. 9:10 P. M.
Lo. 3 do. 2:30P.M. Do. 3 do. 7:10P.M.
Do. 8 do 9:?0 P. M. Do. 6 do. 10 P.M.
Do 10 do. 11:20 P.M. Do. 10 do.12 P. It
1 ben tirst night ear every half Then first night our. lt:T0A.M.
hour nntll 11:46 A.M. n en every half hour until
TO BROAPWAV AKD CANAL ST. fi.55 A. M.
From 10 A M. every ten min- from B'iOAnwAT andcanalst.
ii tee to II P. M. From 10:30 A. M. every 12
minute* to 11:30 P. M
WM. EBB1TT, Superintendent
WATCHES, JEWELRY,
CALIFORNIA DIAMONDS. ? THIS NEW AND BEA9
tlful article still takee the lead. Gentlemen's pins, $4 U
$16; ladles' pins, VB lo $28; rings, S4te$k>; sturl", crosses
bntti'n*. r-ecltlaces. Ac Any the above article* ssntht
mall to any part of the United Kutas L A J. .1 Afltim,
Macnlketuring jeweler*, 407 Broadway,
irnrma
u>OH LIVERPOOL? UNITED BFA.TK8 M AIL rt TK^KSHIP
? BaLTI'J, Cfct'l Jcs. J. Cuumo X. Thia H-ramshlp will
cepart With the Ublteu gtaloe mki.i fir Europe, po ulvoly oa
Saturday, March at 12 o'clock, M., Irjss Mr berth at ih?
foot ol jCaoal street.
Forlrelght or uuuit, h?T:t? uM<i'mUed acc immcxUtiooa
for eltghnce ar comfort. apply to
KI>tfAH)> K. COLLINS, 56 Wa'l street.
PwKb|tnre rei|i?iitd to he no bmril at 11 A. M
?hlpptrs "w i/l please take notice that the ships of this line
csnnot carry any g xxla contraband of war.
All lfcueii ituit pau through the Post office - any other will
te returned.
lhe reamab'p ? will auoceed the Bal.'c, and leare
on March 29.
lbe ainmwi ol thia lloe, to avoid the dinger from the Ice,
will not cross the lianli Lorth oC A3 degree* until alter the let
or August next.
Royal mail hthamhhip asi a.-for livbrpool.?
'lhe ASI a K. O. Lou, commander, will nil from the
company's dock, at Jersey City, ?r?h the mails and passengers
lor Kuiope, on Wednesday, the 4th March, at 1 o'elock, pre
clsely. Passenger* are requested to be on board by lift
o'clock. The Airloa will aaU on the 19th Mutih.
KCU.NAKD, Ho. 4 Bowling Green.
PA88AQK TO UVKRPOOL.-THE SCREW STEAMSHIP
Wedneeda AI)ia?i a!? UXU r**1-1,er' w? ** Liverpool
First clasa ? "-p-? ? $75
? ? '"loag eooked proriakna). ..... ..... 30
wxtssfc, agar
8 AIL STH'MARCU, at
ft TheJ!R'enild staamshipOANADI
A*, Dept. Grange, will aall promptly a* aoove. This favorite
steamer poaaeaaaa ail the modern Imp rovsmsr.ta. carrtee a
uraiMin kiJ hu ur.i.. ,1.1.. ?__7L . ? . . . ~
fTlHE ROYAL MAIL SCREW STEAMSHIP CANADIAN
1 will poalOvely aaU from ber berth at lhe Coot oi Wall at ,
on Wednetday, Maroh 5, a*. 12 o'elock precisely. There are
atlli several bertha vacant, and she baa room for a few loas
more freight.
QIuLESPIB. PEAK* CO<t No. 3 Bowling Green.
FOR LIVERPOOL? thk black ball pack er ship
YORKSHIRE, Captain Marshall, will sill on Mondav,
the 3d March. For terms ot cabin, aeeond cabin and steerage
passage, apply on board, foot ot Beekman street, Bus' river, or
to Jacob Wilson, iub South street.
FIRST PACKET FOR LIVERPOOL-TO BAIL Posi
tively thia day. The splendid new clipper ship ELLEN
AUSTIN, aow in the stream, can yet take a tew more passen
gers, by applying u> C. A. TEN RYOK, 67 South street.
FOR LIVERPOOL.? OT. GBOBGK'8 line of clipper
ships.? The celebrated elipper ship, RACER, Cumin
Alnaworth, will positively sail Marota 8. An experiencedjnir
? eon attached to this ship. For passage apply on boerdfuler
, North river, or 10 DEM A REST iJONhd, 40 South streiet,
and 36 Old slip.
Notice.? TAPscofT's line op livbrpool pack
o.ul Packet 3d March. The splendid new and last nailing
cUpper^hip KMEBALD ltiLE,Capt. Cornish, will positively kail
a? above. To secure passage In thia nobie veasni, early appUoa
tion sb'MLid be made on board, pier 44 Kast river, or to
TaFSOOTT k CO., 86 South street.
CTKAM UETWHKN NEW YORK AND LONDON, ALL
0 log at Cork each way for passengers. The new aud pow
erful screw steamer URENDA la appointed 10 sail as above,
on Tuesday, the 1st of April, aud will take a limited nuinbar
01 ilrst, ?econd and third class passengers. For freight or
pantsge, apply to ABRAHAM BBl.L'8 SONS, 25 Par* row.
OIKAM BETWEEN NEW YORK AND GLASGOW. -
O ED.hBUitUH, 2,600 tons, Capt. Wm Cummuig.
NEW YOHK, 2,IW " Cnpt. Raai. Craig.
QLASUOW, 1,%^ " C%pL John itunoan.
TheUlasgow and New York steamship Company Intend
sailing their new and powerful steamer hUlABURUQ, from
New York for Glasgow direct, on Saturday, 2&1 Mirth,
at 12 o'clock, noon. Rates of passage -Fln?t class, <75 ;
third class, touxid with cioked provisions, $30. An expe
rienced surgeon attached u> ea^h staamer. For freight or pas
sage apply to JuLN MdYMON, 17 Broad<vay.
New York city bills or gold only received for p assume
V?oM n*w york to Havre dibejt.
F Briiiih and North American Royal Mail Steam Packet
Company.
ETNA Capt. Miller. EMEU Capt. Small
JURa Capt. Wlckman LEBANON Capl. Cook.
CaMBRIA, (paddle wheel) Capt. Brownies*.
The company's screw steamship Etna, 3, OvH) tws, W. Miner,
eommacder, will sail trum New York for Havre, direct, on
Friday, 7'h March.
Her cabin accommodations aud state rooms for first class
passengers are equal to those of any steatnsnlp itloaL
Passage mocey (3rst caoln) fltiO. pro visions and steward's
fte ij(-tu(Ud. Wlnts and liquor* extra, lobe procured on
For freight, passage or any other Information, apply to
E. CIUNaRD, No. 4 Bowling Green.
FOR SOUTHAMPTON AMD HAVRE.? THE UNITED
States m&il I leaner ARAQO, D. Lines commander, wffl
leave for Hsvre, touching at Soothampton to land the
and passengers, on Saturday, March H, at 12 o'elock. (ram oier
No. ^7 North river, foot of Reach street. u<row,1?'llw
First cabin.
price or r*aiuG?.
Beoood cabin.
.9130
7a
_ Basgfg* not war ted during the voyage should be sent on
board (he day before sailing, marked "below."
No height taken after Thursday, March 8.
For freight or passage apj)!v to
w ? MuBTIMiCRLl VfN GSTON, Agent, S3 Broadway.
N. B.? The Fnlum will neceed the Arago, and win sail
April 6.
rrtHE LIVBBPOOL AND PHCUADBLPHI A STEAMSHIP
X Company intend aaiilng their favorite ateamahlps?
CITVOF BALTIMORE, 2,367 tons, Capt. Robert Leitek.
CITY OF WAfcHIMiruN, 2,580 U?s, Oa?t. Wm. Wylie.
CITY O# MANCHESTER, 2.109 tons, Capt. P. O. Petri*.
Saloon $90, $66 and $66, aocordfog te state rooms.
A limited number o* third class passengers will be taken
from Philadelphia and Liverpool, and found In provisions.
Front Philadelphia.,. .$50 ( From Liverpool .till
Parties wishing to bring out their friends eaa obtain certifi
cates of passage and drain en Liverpool in sums of 11 starling
anJ upwards. Apply to JOHN G. DALE, Agent,
17 Walnut street, Phujdelphk.
DEDUCED PBICKS-M POU.VOi BAOGUOK FRSB
Ten oenu p?r pound on excess. Four hoar* from ooeau
to ocean by Panama Railroad. So extra, expense*. Mralson
toe Isthmus free for steerage paarengers. Through for Call
fornla vU Pau*m* .Railxnag. f he United States Mail Steam
?Wi <r-.~? two o'c'ock F.TC,
ren street, J?orih river, the well known and tasT scSfaKW;
ILLINOIS, CapL Cha*. 8. Be gn, 0. 8. N. Passengers and
mall* will be lor warded by &e Panama Railroad, ani connect
at l'&nsma with the Pacific Mall Pteamihlp Company's iniu
nificent steamship Sonera, Richard Whiting oommauler, whion
will be in readiness and leave Immediately for 8m Fraootsoo.
The public are informed that the P. M. 8. Co. always hare one
or mete extra steamers jlng at Panama ready (or sea, to avoid
any possible d Mention of passengers or malls. For passage
apply to I. W. RAYMOND, at the only offlae of the companies,
177 wett street, corner of Warren street. 1 trough freights to
Han Francisco can now be contracted for. In iota of not less
than half a ton measurement, at very low rate*, to leive Pa
nama by the steamer Ore eon in March. Apply as above.
UNITKD STATES MAIL BTEAMSHIP COMPANY? FOR
Havana and Mew Orleans. On Monday, March 3, at
2 P. M., ftom pier foot of Warren street. North river, the fust
and favorite steamship EMflJtK CITY, Capt. Hy. VI India, wU
sail as above.
Passage can be sosured at the company's office.
Freight to New Orleans 90 cent* per cubic foot.
Shippers will be supplied with blank bills of fading of the
form signed bv the company, on application at their oflloe No
other forms signed, and no bill of lading will be signed after
the hour of sailing.
For freight or passage applv at the office of the company.
No. 177 Weststreet, corner ot Warren. M. O. HOKKKTH^
Australia pionkkr linf. of monthly pack
eta, rariTlng the United States Mall. The new and
splendid clipper ship SPORTSMAN, for Meloourne. Port
fhlllip, 1,2(10 tons burthen, la now ai her berth, pier 7 Bait
river, and having hair bar cargo already engaged, will hare
1 mired late dispatch. Her accommodations for passengers are
iiDsiirpossed For freight or passage apply on board, or to
H. W CAMERON, No. 6 Bowling <?reeo.
AUSTRALIA? INDEPENDENT LINE. ?FIRST H3IP I
arid only vessel r??r on the berth loading for Melbourne.
? Tbe splendid a 1 clipper ship NrSTuR I AM, 1 BOO torn bar
tben, will be despatched on lbs 20th of March tor tbe Above
1 oil. Her accommodations tor psesengers in the tlratand
tecond cabins cannot oe surpassed, for which early applica
tion mutt be made. For balance ot freight or passage apply
to GOOUEVE, ARKBLLM ELLIOT, 8tt Pearl street, or for
passage, on board, at pier 12 Rast river, to C. BARK?.
ACSTRALIA.-INDKPF.NDENT LINE.? T1IE BKVUTI
tul A I clipper sbio KATHAY will be despatched lor
Bjdnej on the 10th of March. For balance ot irelght er ptM
sun In tlrst cabin apply on board, at pier IS Kaat river, or to
UIXlDKTK, ARKELL A ELLIOT, 88 Pearl street.
FOR NEW GRANADA, VIA KINGSTON, JAMAIGA.
1 be steamship OSFRhY will sail on the 8th of April. For
passage apply to VN'M. E. ROLLO A CO., No. 23 William street.
For freight apply to MOBQCKRa A CO., No. 21% Broadway,
L OR NKW GRANA9A.? NftWORANA-)A CANAL AMD
f Steam Navlcatlon Company will despatch their staanoshia
OSPREY on her third trip to Carthaarona and Santa Martha,
New Grann (1a, via Jamaica, on Tuesday, April 8, at 2 o'clock
P. M. l'he ugprey la a superior steamship, tlnely tttted up to
accommodate comfortably 300 passengers, and on her arrival
in Mew Granada will connect with the company's steamers on
the Magdalena river, to Uonda? thus avoiding detention.
Fu- Car thagena or Saata Martha, tint cabin {80
" '? " " second csbin MS
" " " ' steerage 940
For passage aj>plv to WM. I. ROLLo A|CO., 23 William
tUret, h?v York. For freight apply to MOByUKRA A CO.,
Jt>), Broadway, Mew Yotk.
SUIT ON A CO. '8 DESPATCH LINE FOR BAN FHAN
claeo? Sailing rcgu.arlr and positively, on or before the
day advertised. Clipper or Thursday, 13th Marcft inst Tbe
favorite clipper fiYRKN, Allen, maMer, la receiving her cargo
at pier No. 9. Earn river, and will positively sail aa above.
Shippers will please band in thox bills of lading aa soon as
their engagements are oompleted. SOT TON A Co., 58 South
street, corner of Wall. M. B.? No freight taken after ihe day
advi-ritaed.
F(?K CALIFORNIA? GREAT REDUCTION OF F ARES?
New Yo-k and California Steamship Line, nnder the direc
tion ct C. VanderhUt, tor the Aooeaaory Transit company of
Nl^aragva, proprietorstflfly pounds of baggage tree #ill over,
ten cents per pound. Dwy ot sailing ohanged to 9?h and 24th
oi' each month; through In advance of the malls, and Sot) miles
shorter tban any other route. The splendid double engine
steamrhlp STAR OF THE WEST, 1,400 teas burden, Captain
Miner, wilt leave pier No. 3 North river, at 3 a'cioem P. M , for
Punta Arenas, on Saturday. | March | ft. eonnaotlng with
the steamship PACIFIC, over the Nicaragua transit
route, having but twelve miles of land transportation
by first class earrtagea. The proprietors nan now assure the
public that the political troubles In Nicaragua have ceased,
and not th* slightest Interruption in tbe transit between tbe
oeeana need be apprehended. For information or passage
r to .1 AMES M. CROSS, alike only offleo of the Hue, No. fi
! Green. Stamped letter* taken at 6>4' cents each.
apply to J
Bowling I
WEST INDIES AND VENEZUELA FT K A MR H II* LINE,
for Lagnayra and Puerto Cabel'o, stopping at M. Tho
mas and Porto Rlen, carrying the United States msli? The
flendtd new steamer TENNESSEE, 1,200 tons burthen. C.
Webber. Oommaiidsr, will leave fbr the above porta on
Saturday. March 21 at 2 o'clock precisely, from pier ? East
river. This steamer will arrive fn time at St. Thomas ftr pas
sengers to take the British mall steamers to
ftuadaloupe, Granada, Trinidad,
Martinique, , Bar bad oe a, St. Barts,
St. Croix, * St Martin, Demarari,
Anrlgaa, St. Kttls, St- Martha,
Aspinwall, Ran Juan, Nicaragua, and all the West India
Itlacdi,
FRrm or rjumAOK no*
New York to Bt Thomas or Porto Rica tlO
To Laguayra or Porto Cabello
hteerage passage 26
All letters must paax through ihe Pest office.
No hills of lading will he signed exoepi those furnished by
the romp any.
For Irelght or passage apply to
S. 1>R AM RED A. JOVE A CO.. 4i Routh st.
FOR HAVANA AND NEW ORLEANS. -THE UNITED
States mall steamAlp BLACK WARRIOR, J.W. Smith,
commander, will cnotmecoe receiving freight Thursday,
March f. , and sail for the above ports on Monday, March 10, at
2 P. M. precisely, from ber pier, No. 27 North river, foot of
Robinson s'reet.
LIVINGSTON, OROCHSBON A OO.. Agents.
Office, No. 12 Park place.
Notlte,? No bills v* lading signed after ship Mil*,
AHVSKMOTT*
B*OaI)W*T MJltAYMa? k. A. MABBHALL ?OLE
J> W ft. i>fck* Ma?s tfMHiw. Door* ocran at
?SoeUxk: performantwk.e mmnc??i 7* procinjl*. Hon
day i-oojcf lUreii S. the grand 1c*m<Utt ?qoaetrian drau,
. , . . .. aKRNK rue SuNtr*.
. . i : _.aD Xrr*K1i*i w"*a wumrtk1! historical roBuM
?r Mtodaor Castle'1; ?n-jvMiy fur ihij theatre la whic* U*
Stud of Meiers. Nixon ?o. x'atlps of
. . . TWENTY KOtll BEAUTIFUL BOBflXB,
including t he wotderuil uaicea aclnal
FIa? ri"T
Heme theHurtes U. n,Mn
Mabel Lynwood .".Mm*. FsoM
BUBTOK'S, CHAMBERS UTEKKT.
HotiuL- 1 he ervmc sucreas of the wing.
A WlNtEli'H lAKK.
with 1U lovely scenery, splendid coatumsa, and good ac'lng,
by the preaent ej^'ellett company.
The undeniable hit made by 'Ala piece compel* It* presenta
tion three time* during ihe present week:?
Monday. Wruj?*suAr a*d Kkidat.
Mr. Burton ae Aulolycu*. Mr. H. ferry as Loomaa. Mr*. A.
Part er aa Heruiolne, Miss K. Th?rne an Perdiu
On Monday? A new pteoo, called JENNY LI WD, with the
successful Mr*. C. Htwsrd, who will king several gong*; with
A WINIEB'S TALK.
On Tuesday? THE BELLE'S STRATAGEM. with Its capi
tal cast; ted a new farce, called THE COZY COUPLE; an
IHETOODLK8. A new comedy ta in rahearaal.
BUUKIJCY'B BERHMADBRB, 839 BBOAOW AY.- MON
d?y evening. March 3. and every evening during the
week. First night or die new piece, entitled
THE OOUBT OK ICE-BUBO ;
Or, (a la Poke * Fun Fua )
A Hit an or Bank's fova-iWL 8?a.
Kernavdo Fear* our town will be invaded,
Therefore, the atreeta with Ice I've barricaded.
'"?"'"Kmc?.
Tlcketa, 28 eeata. P Britain's Qifl Tlcketa admitted to our an
tertainments.
A n EXCURSION TO CHINA AMD JAP AM,
.cL Fob Twrnwrr-Fira Cbi nt,
AT BBOADWAT ATHBN.EUM, MO., 664 BBOABWAT.
Door* open at 6X o'clock; passengers Mart at 1% o'clock, P.
M. Two afternoon train*? cm Wednesday, at 3M, and Satur
day . at 3 , P.M. Oonduotora-O. B. WBfiV, wtf. HBBTK.
DBAMATIC ACADEMY? STAGE DANCING, SIMO
tog, elocution, broad* word, smvlsword, 'enctng and ge
neral theatrical bualneaa, taught by an eminent professor,
from the Boyal Academy ana principal theatre*. lXkadoa.
Apply, between the hours of 10 aDd 4, at Spring Street Ball,
No. lbfi Sprlog street.
MME. I8IDOBA CLARK
WILL C1VT A
GRAND 80IBKK MUSICALS,
AT THE BROOKLYN POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTI!,
In Livingston street. near Court, rear of City Ball, on
THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH ?,
aailated by Slgtior Bernard!, baritone; Mr. Aptommas harpist;
T. P. Basal ord, plxnltt; and Heury C. Tlmm, conductor.
Tlcketa, $1. A limited number for sale at Wm. (fall A Son's,
239 Broadway, New York; at the Brooklyn nunc and book
stores, where programmes may be obtained, and full particu
lars; also. In the papers of the 5lh and 6th last. Doors open at
7*4 ; concert to commence at 8 o'clock.
Broadway theatbi.?
E. A. Marshall Sole Lease*
W. R Blake Stage Manager
Doors open at 6 )i o'clock; performance to commence at f'4l
pre-.lsely.
Lfiat week ol" the splendid eo uestr<a.n spectacle of
HKRNB, THE HDNTiiR,
(unprecedented in attraction), will be acted
MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 3, 1866,
And every nigbt during the week.
For full description of all the wosderful horse feat*, scenic
display, processions, cast of characters, Ac.. Ac., see muni bills.
The public is informed that the above unrivalled production
must give piace on
MONDAY EVKNINO, MARCH 10,
to another magnificent display of similar character, which will
be revived with appropriate and beautiful soenery, objects, Ao.
THE WHOLE Blub OF MESSRS. NIXON A MYERS,
Great battle tableaux, cascade of real water; appointment*,
properties and decoration* of the most beauillul and elaborate
GO AT ONCE, AND BE CONVINCED,?
A bona tide borse only three feat high carrying a man np
a (VIghUul precipice. Dune every nigbt at Charier White's
Opera House.
fTHt'MKNF'S VARIETIES, NORTHWEST COBNKR OP
X Fifth and Cheanut streets, Philadelphia.? It is the name
of a new and fashionable place of amusement, where a mis
cellaneous entertainment ta prov ded every evening by supe
rior srtlata and at extrcmelv low ratei, viz.. 6U cents, or 1
cents for orchestra seats. J. B. THOMENF, Proprietor? lata
ot Kossuth Exchange.
EXTBV ADVERTISEMENT -LAURA KRENE'8 VA
i e'les. - Ftr*t night of a new drama, bv the author of
" M?bki tmd Fu.ce*," ?* hull Wafers Bun Deep," called
TWO LOYB8 AND A LIFE.
New ard splendid sccnery? New and appropriate costume
?powerful out,
novelty,
tbe great bit of the season.
On MONDAY evening, March 3, I86t>,
TWO LOVES AND A LIFE.
fiir OervaBe Bokewood Mr. G. Jordan
Pa* her Badclifle Mr. H. Hall
John Daw Mr, T. B. Jehntton
Mui grave Mr. Wemyua
William, Duke of Cumberland Mr. Aiiken
Captain Dormer Mr. Howard
Sampson Potts Mr. Bea
Captain J amen Mr. F. Lynter
Ruth Baveoicar Miss Laura ICeene
Anne Mu?grave Min Kale Relgnokls
To conclude wlih
NOVF.LTY,
in one act and ten tableaux.
WALLACE'S T H E AT BE. ? BEN fcK IT OF MB. GEO.
HOLLAND.
Thpsspat, Makcu 0, 1896,
when *? ill he performed, for the first time this season, the
sterling corned} of
THE HEIB AT LAW.
Also, for the first time this season, the celebrated comedy of
THE BOABD1NG SCHOOL.
The above pieces will produce a combination of talent for
which this theatre is ut>rival!ed. Box book now open.
QEBASTOFOL HOLDS ON-ONE WEEK LONGER.
0 JOHN R SMITH 'X GRAND TOUR OF IUBOFB an4
8IBGE OF S&BABTOPOL,
Empire Hail, No. 6M Broadway,
SHEWING ONE HUNDRED VlftWS
Of the cities and o\j?cu of interest In Europe.
Every evening at 7>a o'clock, md every Saturday afternoon
tflBA w?u " "* h r Aiwn Field, of London,
f* night.** 'n.**!.? Granger's anil others wi l remember that
the abo re is tbe only estab. Ubment in the U ntted States where
the original troupeof Model Artistes exhibit, together with other
original entertainments, to he seen at no other place in the city.
Open at 7; commence at75?.
THEATRH TO LET.? HOWARD ATHEN JIUM, BOSTON.
Mass., by the week, month, or tor a Usnnol J*":
tre now in oomplete order. For terms, apply to F AIHBANHB
A BBABD, Boston.
CO All Oil..
T7 KB08RNB, OB GOAL OIL
JV Secured by patents, .
The undersigned beg leave to salt the attsnttoo of the psbHc
to tbe annexed certificate of K. N. Kent, Esq., chemlrt, as ?
perfect answer to the now universal question, " What shall we
use tor light f" AUSTENS, Agents of
The North American Kerosene Co.. 87 Beaver streek NY
Laboratory, 116 John street, Ne-v York, Feb. 6, 1806.
Tie North American Kerosene Company:? Gentlecnea-J
have made a careful photomeUloal examination of your keeo
sene oil. In comparison with the various kinds of oil burning
fluids and coal gas in use in this country, with the following
suits:?
Kerosene 13 tifi9ll,aoo
From the above statement, it will be seen that keroaaM pro
duces the most light, at the least eosV aod that bur^jsgftuM
produces tho least light at the greatest cost. I have also mad?
a caretul analysis of yow ksroeeee oil, and flnd It to berj.
maikably pore and free ft-om all sabstancee whieli would other
wtoe render It unfit for barntrg in lamps. When thus purified
thst your "purified kerosene " Is dsstined to sup?rsedeall
ether oils or burning Mb, ?a a source of for arttflotal il
lumination, and would recommend It as the mo* valuable me
ferial for that purpose with whli I am acquainted. Vsey re
M. KBNT.
PATKNT MBDICINC8.
A MEDICINE HAS BEEN DISCOVERED.? DR. HAIGHT
A after a loag settee of scientific sxporimeeta, has made Ike
wonderful dlseovery o I w^t.
proved Keel' a sure sure to, ?all htod?_rf ool^,ooy*?*'_*f0?
ebitis. asthma and consumption . it softens and looaMta an Ob
stinate obstructions of th* uJ!
truly wonderful, snatohlng hundreds se It WOT wo? the
gruvs. Ofi? , SO? Bowery. ?, 18*.
Dr. Hatght.? Dear Str-The bottle of eoeghsyrup I pur
chased of you tor a severe cold aod cough, I tomato be very
ffBf * (Mt, It cured mess If by magic. 1 Uulv be
Mevethet It Is tbe greatest dlseovery of tho age, art I re
commend all those afflicted to try It, assuring them el almost ta
staat and permanent ^ B#wwy ? T
Dr. Balibti? Dear Mr? Having used your original vegetable
compound for a severe eough and pain in the chest, with most
beneficial results, I cheerfully reeommend H as a most valua
ble medicine to thoee similarly afllieted Younkto.,
Wa. Mbowm, cerner of Fulton and We* streets.
Br. Height:? Item- Sir? Having suffered from a distressing
cough, ana bovine tried many remedies without obtaining re
lief. I was Induced by a friend to try a bottle of vur vegetable
compound, and to my surprise 1 waa Immediately relieved,
snd curcd In a few dsrs. Hoping this may meet the eyea of
those similarly aflllotea, I remain yours, respectfully,
S. ft. Smith, 54 Stanton street.
HORSE A, GARfUAOKt) AC.
FOR BALK? A. VF.RT HANDflOMK AND RTYLfRN
gra- mare, 16 V bands high; can trot In 2 to pole, anil
2:4ft lo harness. W ill be told rery cheap, m the owner bM no
line for her. Warranted b;ud<i and kind. Price ?490. Add raw
8. 0 , Onion square 1'oet ottloe.
For sale?a pair or yocno mci, iw, about rir
teen hands high, sound and kind, perfect!? broke, well
matrhrd, my cent o and good traveller*. Apply to JOSrePn
B. DHNtOH, one mile from lUse bouse, Newtown. L I.,
where tbej can be eeea ; or of BOO ART, corner of Fraoktort
and William street*, New York.
STORAOR.-aeO HLRIftHB WILL BK TAKKN ON
storage, from the 1st of Mareh nest, lo the let of January,
1867, in a good dry building. Terms, SB eaofe. Apply at
Union Hall, eorner ot Fourth street and avenue C.
WAGON AND HARNKHS.-A FIRST RATH NL,IPTtO
spring top wagon, suitable r?r a grooer or etpreee biutaew,
nearW new and hi perfrct order: also, a harness, adapted tor
? seme. For sale cheap, separately or inimiher. Apply at J.
D. VOORBIb' oarrlege manulactory, It and 1? Ajtfty plaee,
N
AMUSKMKMTtt.
1BU)>8 ftARt)KN.-DOOB.x OPES AT ?X, TlCtK-fH,
M>C*Dt*. *
Maj?? 3 WW
wrr , T J? !r,M*nfc;hr^l' RaVKL PAM1LY.
K^LI ROBERT AND THE B tuLET TROCPB.
Lfr m'inn ? W*w idkcIm!# ptn'omluie
THE BLT KIN?T Or WKaI.TH a. SO POVXRT*
HW'RRl MaHKI AGE.
TllKKK. UK AND t?AS.
IAUBA KEENE'S VARIETIES.
J t 'Huui or Tim ? Doom wen at 6><; performsnaa la
oomuibM at 7Kpreelsely. Mfindry nrentag, *tiu A ??
TWO LOVK8 ANH A LIPK.
Sir Ge rvasa Hoke wood.. Mr. O. Jordan
Pa he' Rude lU'a Mr. U. Hall
Ruth Ravtwarar Mil' Uurt Keene
Anne Masgrave MlssK. RelgnoMs
NOYKLTY.
A novel, rhythmical, mcaioai, political, seenic, drasuMe, a*.
llaUe, serio-eorolen. ratkxal and rational
la On* act amb Tkd Tableaux.
The Dtreetrem . . MMs L. Kara* I Soretty MIssB. Dwa&d
Fsshlon Miss Lesdernier I Kortane Ml "
WALLACE'S THEATRE, B HO AD WAT. SEAR BROOME
street.? Doors opaa at Calook; lo flow? atTX.
Monday evening, March S. _
Benefit ot Mrs. Brougham.
THE GAME OF L I F B . J .
W 'd??0-S?AeH0li- TAB;' OB,' THE GENTLE 'J^Aoi
Oaptala John Smith ..Jlr.Wa.ee4
Lieut. Tbomaa Brown
Pow Ha Tan L W
Ool-O Gog ?? ft
H. R. B. PTta<-?sa Po-Ca-Hop-Tas Miss QesrjKal
Broadway varieties, ho. m bboapway.?
(lAte Mechanic*' Hall, between Oraid and WOMM MJ
H. Wood Leasee and Bnalne? Mia? a ?.
B. 0. Marah . .tta*e MaMgar.
ADMISSION TWKBTT rlTE CENTS.
During this week
THE WOOD * MARSH JUVESILE COMEDIABE,
In Ibcfr grand nautical drama of
BLACK EYED SC8AS.
A1>*' THE WAlflHUEG MINSTREL.
Jem Bags Matter Geo. W. Marah
at 10 o'clock.
Nottee. ? On and after Monday, Mareh 10, the curtain will
rise at?X precisely.
GEO. CHB1STY A WOOD'S MISflTBKU, SEW irai.r.
444 Broadway, below Grand street
_ OPES EYEBY KVKS1SG.
i transacted by Henry Wood.
Stage Manager Geo. Ohriety.
. For thla week? Ethiopian Minstrelsy, confuting with,
fourth and taat week, of the new pieoa of the
. HAPPY MAM ; Or, THE TREATY WITH JAP AS.
Julius Qnarkenbuaa, Oook on board the U.S. it earner
Powhatan Geo. Christ*
Doors open at 6. and the curtain rises at 1% o'clock.
Sotlce.? On and after Monday, March 10, the curtain will
ri?e at "J; (irecteeiy.
Admission 35 oenta.
PAEL JULI&S'S BBNEFIT AND FAEEWEIX CONCERT
will take place at the City Assembly Rooms, 446 Broad
war. to morrow evening March S. whaa ha will be htVuI
by Ade)ii>a 1'aM, the extraordinary young vocalist; Ada.
GooWcI. the celebrated planlit; and M Bartili. the nmlnent bart
tone. Ticket* ?0 jests, and programmes at the music stores.
WALLA OK'B THEATRK -EXTRA ADVERTISEMR* t\
BhNPFIT OK MRS. BROUGHAM.
Monday Uratma, Uakch 3.
first 'ime in two \ earn oi Mr. Brougham's live act comedy of
THE game: of life.
with, for the lut time.
PO-CA-UON-TAS.
TUESDAY? Sixth time of the new and highly successful
drama, In five bcu of
THE KmIGHTS OF THE BOCKD TABLE,
Wiih the following powerful cagt:?
Captain Cozcnti Mr. Letter
Mr. Smith Mr. Brougham I Leonard D' Arcy. . ..Mr- DtoU
Tom Tittler Mr. Waicot | Gtn. Granticy.,, .Mr. Nartoa
Sir Baph Lootlr, Ha-; ..Mr. gtawart
Vernon Mr. Levera
Cbrvalier de la Kinesae Mr. Jtttriem
CoontLlvonwitz Mr. Htrriaon
Baron Grieflecclaue Mr. Patera
Robert Mr. Burle | Landlord Mr. Okvar
g'<* Mr SlmpMB
P?dita. ;....Mra.a^y
P*ggy Poplin M>n Gannon
Duchraa de Cwtlcuitn Mra. lbompaon
Francois. Mine Carman
Boene:? London and tu suburbs in the latter aart of tha
Mvfn'eenih century.
And, hird night of the exoelient eomedletta, called
WRDNESDAY-X? ?BL1?? B"NB?N
THK KMGHTS OF THE BOCTSD TABLE:
with, for the iirst time in two rear*, the musical Carce of
THE BEVIEW.
- Looner McTwolter Mr. Brougham
Caleb Quotem Mr. Waloot
John Lump Mr O. Holland
Depniy<Bull Mr. tttmldait
Capt Beatigard Jlr. Urari
Erpce Gaylory* Mrs. Conover
ucf Mra. Stepbaaa
In the court e of the piece a'l the original musk* will b? given,
including the celebrated glre, " Life's a bumper," sung by
Mearrs. Waicot, Harrison, uUver. Rea aid Camoens.
Amusements -academy hall, ess Broadway.
to let, with stage, scenery, seats for 1,000 peraaoa, ana
overjthtng complete fmr exhlblttons. Apply on the premlass.
between 9 A. M. and 6 P. M.
Great ATTBAuriONS at bdckley's opejia
Hru'e.? A new piece, and Periiam OUk Ticket*,
received for the ad mission of four parsons each . ,
GWT TICKETS OBLY OSE DOLL AH, OB 'll FOB $10.
To be had from 10 A M. to 10 P.M. dallr. at thaboa attea of
BUCK LET'S SERESADERS, 8S9 BROADWAY.
Addreea aU orders for tickets br mall to 3. P1RHAM, Adama
Bouse, Beaton.
rTHE 8PORTING WOBLD.-GO ASD SO THAT
extraordinary creature Purgobakke loo, ridden by 1
the Hunter, in SOYFL1 Y. at Laura Keene's Varieties,
EYEBY EYESISG.
TV UB8ELDOBF GaLLEBY. 487 BROADWAY, OOS
J J tsins nearly two hundred of the finest works dl art ever
put upon exhibition, k very painting la a gem. /Ofan dally,
fro m 9 a. M. till 10 P. M. AdmluSaea, U ttta ws
tickets, 00 oents. ???- . ? ? ?
Legitimate dkama. melo drama, ope* a, bal
let, pantomime, equestrivilsm, pyrotachatfe, all soas
blued In KOVELTT, at Laura Keene'a Varieties* i
EYEBY JCNESISG. 7
in her inrivalled troupe o? Modal ArUetear- aeMaawto^a^
contain the fin eat formed woman la tha world. Great fan In
the afternoon at S; avenlnnat7. i i ?
ncuiioed pre eminently superior to any is tha Dnl ?d States.
Prlrata meat rivals attended. 186 Walker street, tba doer waal
of tha Bowery. ? ? ? j' ' '
of a horsa piece like Ma ZEPPA. PlajedeTWTW?1 ?* C*r ?
ley White's Mule place in the Bowery.
Temple of the muses, si< broadwatr? so oppo
sition. Open every afternoon at 3, and evaalng at 7, '??"
the purpose of giving a serins of MagnlficantLtrmc Tableau*,
by Madame Wart on '? troupo of Model Artuta, ttwanty-aeran
In number,) with other at'ractions. S. B.? Dotrt forget? at 3
in the afternoon, and 7 In the evening. ?
rO LOVES AND A LIFB, OSE OF THH MOST Pow
erful and tniereettng dramas ever wrtttaa. wilt be pro
uuced for the fire', time, with new and splendid sceoery, ap
propriate costumes, Ac . at Laura Keene's Varieties, on Mon
day evening next, March 5.
THK ORIGINAL MODEL ARTISTES, AT TBB FRANK
Un Museum, BS Bowery ? Oomprislog a oompany of near
ly fifty-four ladtee, who appear every night in a f reet vartety
Classic ExhlblUons. Oceu at 7; curtOn rlsssat 1%. Admis
sion?Orchestra seats, fit) cents; parquette, 37 X cents; boxes,
28 cents. Remember, 55 Bowery. _J
DON'T DELAY. BUT OO 4f OSCE, ASD 8KB THE
greatest Burlesque ever predaced. MaEEPPA; th* beau
ttful tpectaeie, transposed and arranged by Charley WWta, la
nightly balled with shouU of enthusiasm by ero*ds of ylaltara.
HHiFFina.
P?,K SAVaXNAH ABD KLOBIUA.? tJintip HTATBfl
? mall linn - The n?w and elegant uteunei* AT.A.H vMA,
Cart. O. B. Brbenck.vrtll leave on Wedneaday. March ft, honi
pier Bo. 4 Morth rlrer, M 9 o'clock P. II BUX o? lading aigned
on board. For freight apply en board, or tot ptwnu fo U
BITCU1LI-, So. 13 Broadway. Cabin pataageto Haraan*h.
126: tor Florida, through OekeU from Sow York I* Jaetaon
vUlc, tai; to Pllatlta, WS. Urie a-.d oommorfloua atoaomra
leave Pa van nan tor Florida three tlmee a Vteek, eoaaeeling
^g^the ?teamer? from New York on Tueadayi ana Saturday*
f o'clock P. M., Irom plf r IS North rtver. Paeaengera
rive Id Norfolk the neit afternoon, la PetoraM*t *ad Blcb-I
mond the lollowlng morning. Traveller* for foe Sooth need I
apprehend no delay in Mdn? *?U pleaaM* and eapertlttotie I
'route; they will proceed from ? ''T
to Charleitoo, Havannnh.
with itateroom, to Norfolk, *N;
$10. Apply in lPHLAM *
PHOB OHABLK8TON
? U. Mali Line,? Tbn
Marlon, W Foater,
on Wedceadaj, March ?, at, 5
freight apply on board, and
for paaeace ai the
rn Broadway. OkMn
Jamea Adgar, 8. O. Tuner, cema^Het, 'vUfc aaroeed and
Iraieon Kaiurda* March 8. 1 UHitftMIMt Carolina. I
to foe (mMnroT^H
having been apaelaU/ tori
tint ok bed tamlltea. mtobi
??l?ed dally, Randan ?
I Prow Ma Impwfol Maje*y , ?M ?! I?
Je eert'fle que M. Url w5rrSiw*e
bttete. Ijotna Nhb
_ [From bla Oraee foe preaaat Dwkel
M 1 eertifr that Mr-La* hee eaUaely enrad
m Ill II Mil TM
? [Prom the Moat
jMr. N. Levi ektraefod aoont^^^M
rOT3^4?
Mr. La*1 baa meal akllfe.lr eatracted^^^^H
feet, without Riving matbe attgltfe* ptfa. ?
CnmNetted by Mr Levi. I beg leave totoaM> to Ma
? aktii In bavto^wd^Imeve^nanS^^^l
daflMf, without ouuMn* any pafo.
? Philadelphia. July jTlan M
I In addlaen to foe above anfoentloated^^^^^H
[tbouaanda mere la hte po?eanlon (amuaj
from ladle* of ?be hlgheat rankj ean he aBHPHH
wlfo a eall at bit oAee. M Kleveafo atreet, betwaeal
forth avenoea, *ew York. ....
N. B.? Bo profeaatonal eonneottaa wlfo any pmmm.

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