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imnsHKirn inmro hbey iat.
fhn nnn ?taluablb brown iron quarry,
IaU.UUU. atHavorslrsw. eootofcuag 18 acrea, witk a
strata (Kim 30 to 50'eet deep at the Onset quality of anoae, wub
all the implta?pn, oulidlsga, Ac., tor sa e or exchacgo (or
real eeiete, or gnad aoewitton.
W. J. HUDENDR1W A CO.,
15 Naaaau a treat. Commonwealth Bui,ding
*BHwTirCL OUUNTBY 8bat, eight
? adlm from eity; ctaaimntaden ?1t?.; (oar agree;
^??I^H^MeieganUy laid oat; hoaae aoarly
Mm, Uhp 10, built to the boat modern otyla, aplmwttdcreeo
hwaaa, IMMii nrnoeu outbuUdtogai IaqWr* of R. FOX,
53c5tSS555^2^ 4oo'?,6,,"
iWlll -FOK8ALKOH EXCHANGE -HOTEL AND
?T.uUV, billiard aaloon. all farnbhed in a first clasi
rajrla, will exchange for real aatate, note* and part eaab; do
.Fable location. Apply to 0. B. HOWES * CO., d4 Nassau
*Q Anil -A Hi USE AMD LOT POR 8 a LB, IK A
VO.VVUi beaut'fr.1 and healthy location, which cannot
be aarpaaaed; muat be aean to bo appreciated; aituned in
Eighty Itord street, between Ptrat avanna and arcane A. Ay
?b as above.
&
^?(Tnn -EOK sale, a grocery btobn, DOING
WW.l'UU. a hoatneaaof <72.000, dealrably located; lease
I air tie yean for whole bourn, at <500 per year, boa a but a,
I eaab Mmr need apply to 0. B. HOY/KB A CO., 84 .1H
9500
-AM ACTIVE MAM, WITH THIS AMOUNT,
? tan bave the beat chance ever offered tf entering
bate a very pleasant, prohtabla and eatabllahed oaah bag
the iom required being merely nominal,
. _, compared to toeval'e
at the bualneaa aa can be abown. For parlionlara. call at 289
?roadway, room 12.
|qnn omly.-pob bale, a splendid fast sail
wOUv boat, two yeara old, 21 feet long, 10?, feet beam,
rw 12 to M tor.a, well round and in excellent order, and will
ike aaeleadld pleMu'e boat. Apply at the United Statu,
Ageney, 12 Chambers street.
$25.
-FOR 8ALB, CHEAP, THB WHOLR APFARA
? tua for mannfacturing rouge, Including furnace
kaba, Ac. Bent of premises low; the business being entirety
Jer eaab. For particnlars apply to B. W. RICHARD 4, 307
Rroedway,
8PLBBDID OYSTER AND DRINKING SALOON FOR
?ale?Leaae, stock and natures, situated on a great thv
reaghfara. In the neighborhood of one o( the principal ferrb-n
nadnaurkeis. Api)lygMURb||ta^H^MM
bare afreet, up stairs.
rketa. Apply at the United Slates agency, 12 Cham
? FIRST RATE BUCHBK'B SHOP FOR SALE?SITU
aied en a great business thorouitfare in an excellent
leeattea to make money. This is a snten lid chance for a Ger
man. Price <150. Apply at -be Untied States Agency, 12
Chambers street.
An opportunity to do a good bubinbbs at a
lew rent.?Te greoers, tea merchants, dry goods or
bakers?A fine stand m a respectable main street. The store
is 15 ieetdeep, Broadway style chandeliers, elegant fixtures.
As- atluated In Urand street, Williamsburg; would do well as
aa tee ares an and confectionery saloon. Inquire at 492 Grand
airest, Williamsburg.
SP1BND1D CHANCE.-POR SALE. THB LEAS4,
stotk and fixtures of a newspaper, periodical and segar
?, established four years, situated in one of the boat loca
s ha Brooklyn, sow doing a flourishing trade: must be sold
iiely. Apply at 328 Atlantic street, Brooklyn.
A RARE Oils NCR.?FOR SALE, A PROFITABLE ?U
tdnesa. ruttable for a lady or geat'emao. Pays over t'5
per week. Wtll be oold low. as the owner le leaving the eltv.
AFP"I at 737 Canal street, orte W. W. NEtTEitFIKLD, 79
Raman street.
CEUBTRY RE8IDBMCE FOR 8ALB.-A TWO STORY
frame house and half acre of land, beautifully located, in
Bargen, New Jersey, near the Rergsn Point plank road,
UTi|rn, i'on urnvvj, uoai sue akwr-run ajiu* p>wua * jwu,
wbora aiagea pane every hour. Apply to WILLI AH KING,
2KRrand street, Jeraey City, or JNO. BELCHBK, 03 Veaey
stoati. Beer York.
m:
ORUNTRY SEAT AND FARM FOR H aLE.-ANY GEV
tleman wishing to purchase a handaome country reside-toe
tor two thirds Its coal, can now have an opportunity by calling
en H. A. hPAF ABD, No. 11 WaU afreet. New York, wher :
particular* may be obtained.
Drub btorb for salr-in this city, long es
tahllehed, doing an excellent busluem. Rent moderate.
RNgfbly attuated for a physician or druggiat. and on a atage
rente, tabsfaeiory reisona for aeding. Addreee William
Reward, Herald office.
Draught, ventilation and heat.-for sale.
righto fer the State of New York of the following new
toventlons;?A fire proof draught and ventilating chimney; a
trio vaaUlaler, which cures amoky chimneys; a ablp and car
ttohen ventilator; a tubular furnace or beater, aueertor to any
thing to nee. Models can be seen at toe office of WH. 0. WAR
MIR. 96 Bread nay, op stair*.
_ ANT COUNTRY RNSIDRNCR ON THB HUDSON
tor aalo with toMaedtote f ameaaton.?The place la very
?gh'lul, wMh eatentore river view. Neighborhood onaxeep
Neaable. Railroad depot within six minutes' drive Forfar
toer partlenlars apply to Mr. 8. J. J aOOBS, 149 Water street
?- I?-CX
er Mr. MILTON R BcW KM, Ufi Maiden lane.
r>R SALE?A PROPELLER OF 122 TONS, 7 Y1AR8
eld, Jast been overhauled, draws lead?<l 7 feet water, has a
double deck and will mnke a good market boat Apply to B.
A. BAYBNBKR. 208 Broadway, room If.
Fii
R BALE?OB A PARTNER WANTED, WITH A
tall capital, in a aaloon, to take full charge of the buai
Satisfactory teaeona lor selling. Inquire at the Venus
, eorarr of Broome and La arena streets.
rm sale-in the most ni althy and plea
sent part ef Brooklyn, two new cottage built bouse* and
lets, twn stones and basement, bard finished and oornloed,
centre pieces, arched parlors, neat portlooee. court yards,
large loto, toxliO teet; price <1 860. Terms very easy. Will
doable In vain*. Apply on the premises, Daan street, be
tween Grand street nod Olaason avenue. Conaldered cheep.
Fulton avenue cars pass within a abort dlstano*.
TDOS BAI.B?<4,600.?A BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY RE8I
W denoe, with tlx 'otaiof ground, 2>4 miles from W1 Hamburg
Bailee. an Flushing avenue, between Mnspeth and Mount Oil
vet avenues, jus*, out of toe city In Queens oouuty, wbert
taxot are merely aomhiaL Tbehouae'eontalna 12 rooms, with
carriage ho a-,.', fruit and shade trees to abundance, and eseel
knt waterJM,000 c*n remain on bond and mortgage Apolv
nl. 1. LYON, 439 Broadway, between the bou-s of 10and 3,
or en the premises.
DOB BALI- A HORIZONTAL, HIGH PRESSURE EN
r gtn*. *f the meet approved eon* traction, (Minder,
wren taeh dt meter. eighteen to. ntroke, with rii f>ot balance
roller, for twel ve >neh belt. One fl ue boile', three feet diame
ter. Btieee feet long, with one fifteen inch One; teed pnrni
and nip?. all complete. Can be ?een in operation for two
weal* from date at the New York Knife Company's works,
| Matteewan, Dntcheaa county, It. T. Tenia cash.
rmmmn salb-a firi ievkstmrnt in real tarate
Hto thia ah*. A block of eigM very deatrable dwelling
I heeaaa, Including a valuable oorner. The bonaea are in a aloe
la ratio a. hare modern tmprovamenta, end well rented lor me
reer. Will be mid etnmodemte price.
| a B. KlNBHIMRR, 319 Fourth avenue, 3 te 7 P. K,
F^^BR BALB?WITH FiVBlBARS' LI A BR, TBI STOCK,
?fixture* and good will of grocery atom No. 9C1 Xjrtle are
aaa. Brook)' n. Alio, to reit, the bourn.
rmmm balb-a block of eight vert desirable
?three etorr bouaee. wtth modern lmprovemewta. well lo
| aettd, In the vietrity ef Hadieon aquare, and rented for one
veer, te superior tenanta. Will be eold at e bargain.
E. B. KlNBHIMRR, >19 Fourth avenue.
CX)R Bale.?A COUNTRY NEWSPAPER AND JIB
F printing office. iltoa'cd In e flourishing end tmprovi'.s*
netobkerbood, (only e few houra' rtdr from Philadelphia. 07
railroad ar a team boat) the only paper tn the eounty. Reaaooi
Mr eeUtBg wt l be mtia'aitory. It to every excellent eh\oee
tar a budaeaa men. Forterma, Ac., eddrem M. P, Jamaa,
| at the Sally > ewe offioe, Philadelphia.
1|K>R bale or bzoeangb-por good ctty pro
F earty ef the aeme value, at Fairfield, Pea nee Kent, en the
- Baaed, tw* hours dletaat, a large end very convenient sou te.
oppoeke tie pubBo aquare, wtta One fruit and ehade trees, and
very large bam, la complete order for Immediate ooeupaney.
The anirouadfng country la varied la scenery, and very betu-n
ttfnl, wtth fine roade; the eee bathing unsurpassed end very
emvealeat, and the village noted ea the moat beenttful and
healthy m the Sound, end constantly improving; ohurahea,
aaheels, reel office and depot all very near?tn all reapnet* a
MffiMB reatdenee, and will he aold lor 17,500, 86,000
16per eant. Also, fifteen acres af fine land.
enmertgrnentfipereanf. Also, fifteen acres af fine land.
Apply to-f. W. RBAPP, 3d Broadway, or to A. J. BLBKOK
BBifr "
VOB BARB OR BXCHANGE-FOB UP TOW* LOTS OR
F'eMrahneflM,aaaMdlform,honae.hnm,Ae, lathe west
ern pert ef thta Stele. Atoo,ahotoe parcels of land In OkAo.
Apply 110 C.B HOW IB A 00., 84 Naaaao street
ntOR balb Or exchange por city ? property
J* A form ef MS scree, SO eerm timber, the ramnlader well
adapfjd for 01)^ end gmatng, 18 miles from New York. plea
aeaiTy Ntaeled In Graenwlch, Oonn.. six miles Bern the Beat
itva*. ar Iba New Terk and Green wish station, Bew Haven
Railroad, (a the foam la a large and eonveafont t ?o etcry
hanae. and ell neceraary ontbulidtogi. soahaawarh a im,
aariiage, granary, Naer mill and other oulhouaaa. The Aid 4a
af goad quality end fax a high state of ouievelfon, free from
etme. weu watered by llvteg eprfnge and bracks, end divided
mte Aside from tare la fon acme; cash wtth good atoaewnl,
#ef?d fruit, aueh aa apnfoe peera. ?harries, Aa., In afcnit.
en tee. A stage by the premfoaa te and from urn ear*
Mai It. Vw farther eartfonlara inquire ef J. G. OBBHN, d6
DtrWon atreat-Key Bkne House, from 8 to 10 o>ekfoh a. M.
B. R?Imaaeffiatd Remission given, if required.
FOR BALB OB EXCHANGE FOR GOOD IMPROVED
or tenement property In th!? city?A valuable farm, of
M0 acres. In Dutebeaa eounty; alao a number ef farms ani
eauntry aeaia for aa.'e.
IB. KIBRHIMBR,319Fourthavenue. -
fnOR BALB OB BX0HAXGB FOB CTTY PROPERTY?
f Superb Conakry eant and building sites. on the warn margin
?f the Bndesn, adjetntag the village ef baagertiee, and but 16
aafaa h) tarry from ihestatmn at Tlvall. The bouiaa new.
mrge. antatanttnl. and in parteatordir bnllt of brick. 60 by 100
leak two sturia' and aula, with every modem eoeventouee, tn
eliding pure water eonre el throughout. hot end eold balks,
gee, Ac ; (he whale eoiskueted tor the owner1* use, anrround
a* with Ban old be" end garfen and grounds (i?t acres)
seder exeeUeat ou.ttve'kra The piare n naaumawad for
seeHtfolneM and beamy ?f acenery. It eowmands views of
the river *0 a great distance, and a'?o of lbs rnrroandlng 0 run
try are of >h* oaiakiil mountains. Bul'dtng site* of from five
la twenty aarea, overlook!! g the rtver, ean be pnrehe**d sipA
retolv. Bv taking the early train, visiter* emu return tne aajae
dwv- Inquire of iRYING^PaRMbLKN A OO , No. 31 Pine
reel, or of Mr. JuhN FRKaJf, at Baiigsrita*.
FOR BALB. OR EX1HABGH-4 COUNTRY Rgfil
fence, at Fordfaam, beau Jfuiiy located, ike fi it iilvck
frtm tbe railway trta'loo. on rt lng ground, eon?i?ta o' a 300
tune atai<ek>n 40 fret aquare. quite aew, being only jnet
ftotaoed; every room Q-ted with marble -nav.'e* and ail other
iiinprr vementa. Ther* if alto a b**n. aid 1 g"Od '?n?ni home.
Tb? grounds e.-wer three s>. roe A ddrew ,1,/fO New York Post
IBto.
For bale ohbap-a viiby inuiU'Lt four
?tory brtek woderato priced boose, in pe;f?et order, near
Greenwich aver ue. '"an be bad a bargain, it sold thlo we;k.
At ply in JOHN H. KhLHO, Oi WliliaM tlredl.
FOR BAIBOR TOLEf-TWO THREE STORY HIGH
taieraeni Uhuwh Not Si and BO We?t Taen'.raesenlh
ttreet. onmplne, wi b modern cinvenleuo-s. will be ranted at
a low price to auitsb'e p>rtlea, or aold on aoronnt.-xla. ag
leima. Apply io J. K. POND, on the prctr.'hea.
For sal* or to lf.t-tbree btgay, tor babe
went brtck h inae No. 44 East Ntneteento ??ee:, bo'.weac
Frnrlh avfone and Broadway, Groum water, bathe, gai and
fxtnraa and al) ike modern IrnorovemerU. Aopiy to J JuN
LLOYD A SON. l? Maaaau itrret and 1 JO Eighth airaet
rR SAI N OB TO LET-FIVE H *NDW>MB ?HOW
-.Atea all In gr-od order, J by i fen: with couutara to
mft.ob. Alee, a email work of Jhn. y go via. Will V> ao'd
ebtup Inquire on the premieea, 771 Broadway, aecuod floor,
up atoitv
For balk in bsookUyn-tue stook, fixturbk
and ease of a hoaterv And miilliery ?trge: has been e*.
ieb'lahed twe ve year* This w ? go-fo oppormaliy lor any one
wiihtngtoengngil'' the bnalnr'ta ?t 1 beao d cheap. An
pir to JOB. MURA N. 137 MyrUe' kTfBue, oem een Gold and
Prince streets,
Steam inoihb and boiler for salb-of trn
kcrie pewer eapaelty. In goid lUmnlng order Can ig
seen at work averv 4av. at No. U flpi It wm be
noid low for cash. Uvju'reof HALL A MAIONK, printer*, 11
Sprang ntreek
T~0 DRUGOIBtB.-A DRUG STORE FOR SALE, I* A
gned location hi doing a large sniine*n, by .'"yyper attn
"e? elsg given Tbe owner bat two storee, ebu caapot r.'.
e.d k fc lb. aild'eat Dr~fg'+, lit Herald ?(Etar. I
rOH HALS.
r^iTONs rtrTT xnr?foe haul a ls utiorf stSil
lets, on Fifty llrat ?Ik?i hv Twelfth aven3e, with vtaee,
sheds, stock of brow* stone, Ac?the proprietor Mia* abort
to leave the dty. Icq aire ob the premises.
VA LC A BLBKimniXSKC* rPTSrO* RALB, RIGHT
?r tea, price M 0*0. No aotloe takea except <oniii<tered
two are worth >he amount. Netee peat paid. Xddreea
J. V. B., hex 119. Herald offiee.
ANTNIt-A COUNTRY BBaT OS A GOOn HIM
within to aiilea at New York, decked and faralahed. Un
sacumberad productive property will be given la exchaaie.
wilfe soma ensk, if seessenrr. A description of prooertv dlred
^" ?wiiera will be accessary. Apfly to T. J. THOMAS, at
RL.iam etree,! N. Y
MPHIC AJiP BAfCTlie.
Af{ FIANOFOHTEB AND THRKl MELODIONS TO
" let, at 82, tS, li ead $6, aad beautiful rosewood eevea
oetave pianos, for $9 a mtnth. or for aae very ebexp. Flaaoa
tunad aad repaired, aad music taoght, by Prof. DUM8DAY,
236 Oraad etree',
maomficrntly carved robbwood piano
double ear red m mldings, rtehly Used with rosewood, satin and
white hoby; fall, beautiful and brtlllaat lone; to be appreciat
ed, moot be tried. Made to order by a celebrated otty maker,
and or St the owner MOO. Can be fully tested. Two months
old, unexpired warrantee for two years; one of the richest
instruments ever otiered for sale; a unique and snperb draw
lxgrpsm piano. WUl beseld for MRS cash. Elegant stool, to
**??**? .**** "J* J*. Apply at 878 Sixth avenue, above Thtrty
nlnih street. Monday aad Tuesday, from 8 A. M. Ull 8 P. M.
Oy'IANOH, PROM THH r AO
'?fT *? .2^fPKIiT A "O . jnst received at 'heir ware
and 411 Bread way, corner of Canal street, wlU be
reeled er sold open mm thly er qutrterly payments. Brook
tywwarerooms, 996 Fulton street.
A" assortment OF YRRY GOOD HECOVn hand
pianos, 6,6% and 7 octaves, made by eome of the beet
manufacturers to thejstiy, for sale or to let. cheaper than e.se
waSliSw 194 TMrd ???">?. between Elf h
teemtn aad Nineteenth streets.
UROOKR'MOSIO HALL?OPEN RVKRT WBDNRBDAY
?V, *n<l Frtdnj evenings, at 64 and 68 Uspenard street. The
hell to let, en Ue of nights, for concerts, dinner parties and
meetlnfe. JOB. BROOEfl, "all the way from Manchester."
GREAT BAB<iiIM8-120 PIANOFORTR&?O. A H.
BARMORR, 348 Bleecker street, offer n large and varied
assortment, frrm 8160 to 8600; must be sold, to make altera
tions la bustnwe; including eome of the grand diagonal pianos
all superior, and got up tn the beet style and ftalth.
Grand ball on Thursday ntoht, may 29
H Be CAROLINE VRZIEN8 respectfully Informs her
nuends and pupUs that she will give a grand ball on Thurnday
night. May M at her dancing academy, 21 Howard street, to
commence at 9 o'clock. Tickets one dollar, for one gentleman
and a lady. Private lessons attended to every day.
\fU8ICAU-A LADY. AN BXPERIBNCBD TBACHKR,
J.VA wishes to obtain a few more pupils for the piano. Thoee
requiring the services of a competent teacher, may secure
upon immediate application to Mre. Everets, teaoher of music,
N o. 1 SuUlvan street, corner Canal. Terms moderate.
VTEW MIT8IC.?"OOURTINO IN CONNECTICUT." BY
AY Murkststn; "Romebodt's Waiting for Somebody," by
Atherton. two very fine comic songs: prlee'?6 rente each. Just
published by WATERS, 333 Broadway. Musle sent by mail,
pra.free.
1ANOR.?PR0PO8AL8 FOR TWO HUNDRED SEVEN
oetave two small round corner, best machine leg rose
wood planes,nsrt with half plate, part metallic plate all round.
Address Southerner, Herald offlje, stating lowest cosh price
on snip men t, without boxing.
i&xvn Hf\;OC)?ONS AND harmoniums at wt
TERR ,333 Br tad way, from eight different manufactories,
making the largest ascortment in the city; bealdes a targe nnm
ber of secondhand pianos, with and without the atoltan. and
wl'l be sold at prices that defy competition. Pianos for rent,
and rent allowed on purchase, For sale on monthly payments.
JJtwl^Atredttced pnees. The Horace Waters' pianos, aaya the
New York Evangelist, are knosrn asTamong the very beet. We
are enabled to speak of these inatruments with some degree
of eoefidenee from personal knowledge of their exoellent tone
and durable quality.
fJIHR GREATEST BARGAINS IN PIANOFORYE8 EVIR
^ can be had of JAMIS VAN RIPE*
178 Wooater street, between Houston and Bleecker strecrts.
THE LECTURE SEASON.
DR. GUBTAYE^Bl^PAMirPROFEaBOR OF PHILO
aophy and Archaeology at the University of Leipsis will
deliver three lectnres en the snbjeet of the antiquities and
learning of the ancient Egyptians on Tuesday, Wednesday
and Thursday, the 26th, 27 u and 28th of May, at 'he8tuyvesant
Institute, 669 Broad way, commet ctng at halt-past seven o'clock
Inthe evening. Dr. Seyffhrth wUltllnstrate his lectures on
this Interesting snbieot by a reference to some ofthe eurlosltiee
contained to Dr. Abbott's eelleetkm. Tickets (81 for the eourw,
or fO cents for each lecture) can be obtained at the 8tuvveaa-1
Institute, 669, and at Mr. Crowen's bookstore, 699 Broadway.
nSCELLANEOVI.
100
CHINA, DINNER AND TEA SETS; 200 W.
dinner and lea seta; 1,000 dozen tumblers, from it
ANEFFICMOIOUS CUBE FOB CORNS, BUNIONS, OAl
tasttfes, sails growing into the flesh, end every disorder of
'?et. by a new aad peculiar method, without cutting, er
wMftont eausing the slightest pain.
, Mw staur IJiVl ef No. 80 Ble Rne de Blveli, Paris, and We.
3 Conduit tarect. Regent street, Loudon, Surgeon Chiropodist,
patron l?fd by the bmperur of France aad 'be Royal familvof
m?T k*. ?"""Be'l daily, Run days excepted, from 9
SILS ? <i0?0lk'.u ** #1 Wast Eleventh street, between
Fifth and Sixth avenues.
. corns or rMTiMoniAxs.
[From hie Imperial Majesty Napoleon III., Emperor ef
. Frsiies.J
Je certifle que M. Levi enleve toe eors avee une extreme ha
??'Bto. ^ , Loots NaronsoN BoNaraRTX.
V .v vJ*w,n Baker, Esq.]
I CMttfy that Dr. Levi has cured see eome months ago of se
vere troublesome burtons, without the least pain, and which
V?. *BnoTtd ?.for many years. I walk at present with
great comfort, and cheerfully rsiuimntisnil Dr. Levi to my
?riendaandpublie. JanssBaxcu
New Yoax, Marsh 84,1866. 82 East Sevsntesath street
[From tae Most Noble the Marquis of Lansdowne 1
Mr. N. Levi extracted a corn for me wi>h perfeat tad Ity and
La?8DOwwx^63 Berkeley squars, London
IFrem Robert Ferguson, Esq., M D., Phtaidan tn Ordiaary to
her Mfoeetv of Great Britain ]
*r Jdrl moat ^iitBly axtraeted two oorna from nay feet
without giving me the slightest pain.
_ . . ? _ Rear. Pxnooso*. M. D.
No. 9 Queen street, May Fair, Leaden, March 2, 1838.
_ ? [From H. J. rebus. Ess }
p*u
In addition to the above authenticated testimonials, many
t*?"* which are aeuent
be wo by tavortog him
b*weeo
N. B.?Me pretbsskmal eonneetloa with any person,
0?? AND SHOES.- LADIES PREPARING TO LEAVE
^ TU1 ^ ? G OILSBY'8 (late D. PONT'fl), 773
P.'jJ"'' 2 doors above 9th street,an elegant aseortmeatof
ladles' and children's galters boots and shoos, at very low
dsewbereT he invitee their attention, before purchasing
DRENCH AND GERMAN CHINA W4XX-UTTV?on,
i * ombHl1 ^
82 Chatham street, a ear Bast Broadway, keep on baoda large
assortment of taney ornaments ef the newest styles, nil kinds of
table set* ^. aa also mantelpiece ornaments of ierra eotta.
S mt, 5?? w?B known very popular artiele. They would par
UouJarlj Invite pedlnxs to ^*vniiiffie their nock*
Gmuido mancini rbbprotpully informs hie
| Ft tends lad the public generally that he reoaoved cm lbs
hrS day or May from tha earner of Broadway and Bleeckar
street la <86 Broadway, oaa door above Amity street. Grata
ful tor past favor*, he solid Is the continuation at his former
patrons, and with the promise of endeavortaf togtve yen era
sattofoctkm to all who may require his services. Be Intend* to.
keep a general assortment of every article for^^^^^M
eneral assortment of every article for gentleman's
I will give hie attention to the dyeing of wali*e>i aid
s most approved manner.
Havana begarb-per csbawba and black
Warrior, ten per eeat below market prices- Del reva
Cat ones, PUrares, regalia, Londres, cabarras, Conchas, doe
famas, operas, Ac., wholssals or retail. R. P. ROGERS, 1G4
Maiden lane, seooad story.
Hats, hats, hats, given away.-to all why
buy a hat over as. I will give ana with it, In order to
close ent my stock of straw goods. A good bat for 2a. Rich
laces aad plain straws for 2s. 64 ; fine split straws, t*.. 3a..Jh
and ts.; 1 case very fine, with rich blond edge, for fia. The
cheapest goods ever offered. Come and have your choice out
ef 14,000 or 16.000 hate, at cost one half the usual prices, a
KINZEY'S, 223 Eighth avenue, between 21 at and 224 streets
LT
J EBB' H. BARRINGTON, 23 MANHATTAN PLACE. IN
tht rear of 296 Broadway, New York. Miniature ektps
aad boats repaired and made to order.
JU1D GLUM.?A NEW AND YBBY SUPIRIOR AR
r. dels, warranted not to evaporate or aour; always readv
foruse and admirably stilted to the wanfoaf every honeehod
Manufactured and for sale by LRGGETY A MAROUB, 291
earl street. New York.
A' OTICE.-THB UNDERSIGNED BAB ON HAND PROM
it 1,(00 to 2.000 oords of Virginia growth pine oord wood, which
they will eell. Vessels can" tog 125 to 160 cords of easy draf:
water are preferred Vessels earry tog the above quant*,, and
drawing from 8 to 8>i leet of water, oam be loaded In two ? ad
a half da' a with oertaloty. Ehou.d any one porebaae. and me
quantity Is not as much as Is wanted, we can furnish la its
conr*e ef the jeer 6,000 cords Any one wish ins fa- be p?
tic-ilars ean address either of the undersigned, a *uhe<vs
Court House, Virginia. B. W. MA n ' i,vf
A. MA Bill . NT,
mgaQE.
Pit A RE, PEACHES AND APR100T8 IN JpVl-lHB
subscribers will be prepared tb furnish sp- .tnnr s of
peaches during the ensuing aeaaot^ commenting nnoui the
20th of June, the peaches win be packed in ev-Vd yot'm,
ard other precautious taken to insure their salt ransu >rta
tlon. Ws have been supplying customers In New York. Pitla
delpbia Newport, Boston and New Haven, for the last two
seasons, gtrtagperfect satisfaction. Ordsra for not less than
ten dozen will be delivered at <he err re** ogles to Columbus,
free of expense, upon enclosing to the undersigned, by mail.
Ave dollars to current money of any of the Northern or lea.
Persons ordering 100 dozen can pay for the tame by en.iUntn'c
forty dollars. About the 1st of June we shall have a una I lot
of superior asrieots at 21 per dozen, and pears at 1160 per doz.
Sacked and dslrvered In the sams manner. The frui' is seat
y express pet railroad to Savannah, thenoe by steamore to the
Northern era#* taking abrnt lunr dais from tae time of pick
ing until tbej arrive at New York or Philadelphia.
MOSKB A LRN, ' clumbos, Go.
N. R.?The Irak It a!) selected and band picked, and noue
but perfect apeciuena sent.
SOIl.tD Kir OLOVBS.-WANTED, 1,000 PAIRS OF
dirty kid gloves.torn or olherwite, for our agents 'o whom
we give gratnttously several pairs and a bottle of .!o'iv?m'e
irraorons glovp cleaner in order that they nuts show - ,ir
ebasers. previous lo 'rising, us absolute power of Iss-irUy
removing dirt wlthouGae slightest smell
CONTENT/* 1ARY A CO., 502 Broadiv.v,
SHOW CASE*.?HOIPMAN A PERftH HATH OPENED
their new wareroomaat 44 Chatham sweet, sear ONy HsJL
where purchasers will fin** arts assortment of Giver plated
brass, rose end sad*wood black walnut, mahogar,*. f? at
the .owe* rash prices. Ah# at -heir old stand " ? ?y.
Bhow eases made to order.
Showcases.?scHsnnT a brothers, manufao
tor* and warworn* No. 5 North Wiiilam street near
Prankfortt New York, and 77 West Tbi'd street, Onttanatl,
Ohio, a large assortment c^ndandy on hand; aid shw cases
-eken in t xebange. Orders promptly eiecutel.
r CAPITALISTS AND MANUFACtURRRfl OF
shirts. ? OH Ah DLER'R pates' wristband?great lmprove
mcnt-two wristbands combined Is one. to be used alternately.
It Is simple, but Ingenious to formation. Its advantages are
additional neatness, convenience am", economy, which must In
sure aenerai adoption. Patented la I'niled Stales. England
and France. The patentee will esteruln proposals to firm a
entrpanv for lis special manufacture, or he will dispase a' a
part Interest to it. Address B. K. ? band er, Asfor Units',
New York.
"EBY BCPEBIO* CaNT-IIS.
ftp* Dnors, LorENi.ES, RCOk ClNDT, ,tc.,
With a Arse ar.M.r'ment of
'ANCY CANDIES,
Al lower prices tu the same quahtj ran be found el??win-re.
^ BTBWART A BUJSINO.
who!scale ooofbrtiopari, 396 Psarl street.
It ? f pevlr* rasolee known to be superior to quality
xrr. kce, .is?iibi Urate! ? an* other at the lowest tear
At' Wfg, to 0, t) IC-fl 300 PtCMt t-cyes.
$567,000 ?
property, or bought foj
fVADCIAU
$999,500 Diamokdo, it..
O.n JHuttiuMDifs, Best sua, Ac.
PaWWBMOaBBa' YlCKBOe Booairr.
JAMat M. MABDUft. Ml Br*v.Wiy.
*C?QQ nnn *? lrah?4>n imajhindb, watcbm
IpUoo.UUI/ jewelry, dry goods, aagaiAptaaos, and al
?tber tMi of valaaale personalproperty, or tho aao b aught
tor sash ot TAYLOR A OO . >8 old sitabUehsd and roooouSlo
office S9 Chambers street. next Aoor to Biertoa's thsstrs. Pri
vate -wool tar ladles. Offlse boon toot 9 Mllfl.
TO LOAN ON WATCHBR, DIAMONDS,
cwelry. end every ioocrtpttoo of valuable
_ for CMb, by JOS. B. IBAAO, 11 Chambers
Arret, bseement office. Business prompt end oonfidentlsl.
toi 7A nnn TO loan-on diamond*, watobbs,
dpi. t u.UUU jewelry, iegers, dry goids, end Any per
sonal property, et easy re tee, or bought for cAtb. Offloe
kenre irom 9 till ti. et No. 36. John street, corner of Nassau,
room No. 8, seoond Boor, by J. F. Korhury.
toon nnn ? MAN, on diamonds, platb
IZUiUUU end peritonei property of oil kinds, or bought
forced); beadoendmortgages negotiated, et No. 488 Broad
way, oorner of Brooao, or 439 Broome d, room No. 8.
CO nnn -S* HONS ha vino thb mbanb losb
tPO ,UUU. an opportunity of making 912,000 to 915.000
yeerly. which eon bedooblcd erery year tor ten years. Perfect
Ratlsfhctton given respect'ng the bustnew bad profile, oa appli
cation to Manufacturer. Herald office.
nnn *0 $3,ooo.-wantbd, a gentleman
VLiUUU that can loan hie employers the above amount.
They are large manufacturers of aa article ot dally consump
tion, and have more orders than they can at this moment fulfil.
A permanent situation, as bookkeeper and salesman, given,
with ample security for the money, or will take a special part
nor with 96,000. Address Fanning, Herald office,
?1 nnn -WANTED, TO BORROW. 91.000-9700 ON
Jl.UUu. real estate In Brooklyn, 9300 on pereonal, In
New York. The first roar's interest, and a bonus will be paid
in adranoo Address Loan Office, bax 176 Herald office.
A SCOTCHMAN, ABOUT MA KINO A BC8INBS8 TOUR
of two or three months last, North and West, would
like a few commissions to sell goods, or attend to any other
business In his route. First rate references. Address P. R.
N? Herald office.
?NT AMOUNT OP MONTY TO LOAN ON DIAMOND!
plate, watches, Jewelry, and all valuable person si pre
perty or merohandtse. and bought for cash. R. WOOD.
99 Pulton el. second Boer, front room, 8 A. M. to I P. M.
C"1A8H LIBERALLY ADVANCED ON WATCHES. JEW
J elry, silver ware, firearms, horses, wagons, harness, dry
goods, hardware, liquor*, groceries, furniture and personal
property ot every description, by McCAFPRAT k WAL
TERS, 24 Catherine street.
ASH ADVANCID UPON MRRCHAND18B OP EVERY
description. Intended for pub He sale ?BRCDHHAD A
CO., auctioneers aad commission merchants, 68 and 65 Pre
sent s tree-, Bceion. advance liberally on goods eon signed te
them for sale. Immediate sales, and prompt returns guaran
teed. Befer, by permission, to A. Jonrneay. Jr., wvo., Hen.
J. R. Brodhead, United Stales Naval Officer, New York; Whi
ting, Tenno A Oo., Hon. Charles H. Peaslee, Ooileotor sf the
port, Bootes.
ONIY TO LOAN?IN LtROB OR SMALL SUMS, TO
suit applicants, upon first bond and mortgage on first
class real estate, also oo radroad bonds and other first alas* se
cntl'.iea. Merchandise given in exchange for unincumbered
property in New York and Brooklyn. Brokers need not apply
to A.M. HIkKLRY A CO., No. 11 Pine street, room No. 3,
basement.
ONEY TO LBHD ON WATolIKS, PLATE, JEWELRY,
clothing, gnus, tools and personal property of all de
scriptions. All goods held lor one year, at the option of the
borrower. Tenons attended to privately, bv ringing the hall
doorbell. H. BARNARD A CO., 21 third avenue.
ONEY TO LOAN?ON ALL KINDS OP PERSONA!,
property, or bought for cash. Bostcens prompt and eon
fideutistl. Separate offices for the purpose. By R. B. DB
BARB, gold and stiver refiner, at MM Bowery, real estate
loan offloe, next to the Ottincne" Bank. N. B.?Gold aad silver
bought.
mo THE EDITOR OP THE nSRALD:-8IR"PKRMir
X me to state through your extensively circulated columns
that the unprovoked attacks made upon me by the Sunday
Atlas are entirely false, and without foundation. It is not
true that all the property in the Central Park has been rented,
or that annual rente have been received, or that there has
been any favoritism In renting them. The truth of the matin
is, that the tenements In the park have been rented noon the
most advantageous terms to the cltv, under the circumstaaies
of the case. It shou'd be remembered that the Comptroller
oould not, with propriety, take any action In the matter until
after the adjournment of the Legislature, not knowing but that
Mr. Sickles' bill providing for the appointment of commission
ers to take full charge of the same would become a law. On
the 14th of AptU the Comptroller communicated to the Board
of Aldermen that he had requested me to make up a list of ail
the occupants and a description of the tenement* In the park,
and also to rent them temporarily nnlll otherwise disposed or
by the Common Council or the Legislature. In obedience to
his request, and an immense amount of labor, I performed
the duty to the best of my ability, and as expeditiously as pos
sible, as It was necessary to be prepared to rent them before
the first day of May. After notifying all the occupants, pro
posals and bids were received from them, and the tenements
awarded to the highest bidder, exsspt in a few eases, where
there was a trifling difference, the occupants were pre
ferred, It should be remembered that the most of the "six
millions" ot property in the Central Park is what te denomi
nated now unproductive, and that most of the tenements in
the park are small dwellings, which origteaUy ware built
by and belonged to the occupants, and were considered
so insignificant by the Commissioners, that they made them
(the owners) no award for them. Betides, many of them are
in very unhealthy locations, and several are In such a dilapi
dated oondition aa to be hardly tenautable. There are many of
tham yst unoccupied, and occupied that there have been no
applications or bids for, even at the low rents complained of by
the cbueklehesd ol the Atlas. 1 have received and paid
Into >he city treamury 91,808. for three months' rent re
ceived In advance tor the tenements so far rented in the park,
upon wbieh I am entitled to receive three foartha of one per
oent for collecting, which will amount to the enormous sum of
913 S& 1b conclusion, 1 will merely notice one or two state
mentscontained In the Atlas cf yesterday. First, he says "the
annual rent for the whole park would be about 92,000." This
be must have known to be false, because he had the evidence
before him that, for about half ot the park; three months, or
for only one fourth of the year, the rent had already produced
ovor 91,800 Second, he says that "annualrents" (naming the
amounts) have been received from oertain Individuals, when
be must have known, by the very document from which he
obtained the figures, that It waa for three months' rent instead
of for a * ear. Third, lna'ead of another individual named pav
ing 935, he 1s to pay annually 93J0, or 980 Per quarter. 8o
much for the veracity of the Sunday Atlas. Yours, Ac..
JORBPH RO&H,
Collector of City Revenue
WAHTBD-A M?N WITH $3,000 CAPITAL. TO EN
gage In a very lucrative manufacturing buslnese. It is
agreeable, and already established; 910.000 per annum may
be realized, aa will be clearly shown. Address R. W., Broad
way Post office.
WANTED-THE RESIGNATION OF A NOTARY PUB
lie, residing In New York er Kings ounty. Addresa lm
mediately O. H. B., Hera'd offloe.
F
OR LTVRRPOOL.?UNITBD BTATRS MAIL BTRAM
?hip BALTIC, Jos J. Com*took, commander. will do
part with the United Btntei malls tor Europe, positivelv, on
Saturday, Jane 7. <tl 13 M., from Mr berth foot of Canal
ititnt.
The thiol of this line have improved water tight oomoart
mem*, end to avoid danger from ice will not oroa* the Banks
north of <2 degrees tin til after the 1st of August.
Tor freight or passage, having unequalled acoommodations,
apply to EDWARD K. COLLINS, 66 Wall atree .
All letter* most pass through the Poet office; any other* wlC
be returned.
Passengers will plenae be en board at 11 o'clock A. V. The
Ericsson, Captain Lowber, will suooeed the Baltic, and sail
Saturday, Jane 21.
FOR NORFOLK AND PETRR8BURG.?THE UNITED
States Mall steamship ROANOKE, Capt. Thomas Skin
ner, will leave lor the above nlioea. on Wednesday, 2&b last.
at 4 0'e.ock. P. M., from pier 13 North river. She will arrive
at Norfok the nest afternoon, and at Petersburg the following
morning. Past sogers for the Boulh will proceed directly on
by the great Southern mall line to Charleston. Augusta, Savan
nah, Ac. Those for Riehmand will arrive at their destlnat on
early Friday morning. Travellers will find this the cheapen,
pleasantest and most expeditious route. Passage and Ave,
with statereom, to Norfolk. $8: to Petersburg and Richmond,
S10. Apply toLUPLAM A PLEASANTS, 32 Broadway.
Reduced prices?stb junn.?united states
Mali Line -DO pound* baggage free, 10 cents per pound
on eloses. Four hours from ocean to nnnsn by Pnoaasn
Railroad. Through tor California via Panama Railroad. The
United States Mall Hteamehip Company will dispatch for As
ptnwall on Thunday, June 5, at 2 o'clock P. H , pre-'elv,
from pier foot of Warren street. North river, the well t-o rn
sad foot steamship ILLINOIS, Captain Charles 8. - eg*.
U. 8. N. Psssmtgers and malls will be forwarded by rw.toi
Rnllrosd. and oonneet at Panama with the Pacific Mall Steam
?hip Company'* magnlfloeot steamship John L. Steven*.
Wm. Lappldge, oommnndsr, which will be la readlnee* and
leave Immediately for Baa Fracclsoo. The pubHa are informed
that the Pactflo Mail Steamship Co. always have one or more
extra steamers lying at Panama, ready lor sea, to avoid an v
pvsaibl* detection of passengers or mails. For passage applv
to 1. W. RAYMOND, at the only offioe of the comnanleia No.
177 West street, corner of W arret, New York. Freight t>
Asptnwal) 70 cents per eubie foot, or one nod a half cents per
poun A prepaid; and no freight received after 12 o'clook <? the
day of sailing.
MTBD STATES MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.?*OR
Hsvai a and New Orleans.- On Monday, June 2, at 2
F.M., from pier foot of Warren street. North river, toe fas',
and favorite steamship PBILADBLPHI t Capt. J. McQow.-,
will tail as above. Passage oan be secured at the oompany *
offloe Freight to New Orleans, 30 cents per euhlo foot Ship,
pais will be supplied with blank bi'laof lading of the form
signed by the campanv.cn application at tbeirofflee Nootae*
forms signed, and no bill of lading will be signed after the boar
of sailing For freight or passage apply at Id* offloe of the
company, 177 West street, corner of Warren.
M. O. ROBNRT8.
First ship for Liverpool.-the magnificent
dipper ship HICH ARD ROBINSON wlU sail thla day at
12 o'alock M. For passage, having excellent aesomnt- 1*.
Hon apply on hoard, pier 37 East river, or to SAB EL A CO t
T1S, 177 Broacway.
Australia?pionbrr line, carrying the
United State* mall. The beautiful A 1 dipper ship
NSOON, 1.2ti0; ana burthen, for Melbourne and will mac
racetve freightf or Sydney, N. 8. W., Is now at bar berth, olcr
M> R. R.: has a large portion of her cargo already engaged,
and wlU be despatched early Is Jane. Has splendid sc-,.-o
modationa for pssanngera in first and second cabins and -vtl)
carry freight at lowest rates. Shippers and intending pa->er
gats wlU do well, before enraging elaewbare, to nop von
board, or to R. W. CAMERON, No. 4 Bowling Gieen.
(DOR HAVANA AND MOBILE,-ON MONDAY, JU >12.
r .st 12 o'clock, noon?from her pier 44 North river, for of
"print street, the fine Unites States mail steamer, QUA h t
CITY; R W. Bbufeldt. OnasmsDder. Naw Orleans fre it
taken and forwarded from Mobile, free of eomsrisMon ? e
company's bills ot Mding can be procured at theoltc- *} tbs
agents. No ethers signed. For freight or passage o
SMITH A FA TRICK, Agsnts.61 Wallrtsuet^
FOR CHARLKBION AND FLORIDA.?8EMI WE - KI.Y
Unl ed RUtes Mail Line.?the splendid steamsulp Hi
BION, W. Foster, oommander. will leave pier No 4 forth
river, on Wednesday, Nay 28, a* 4 o'clock P. M . pre v?-.y.
For freight apply on board, where nil bill* of lading w.ll be
signed, snd for passage a', the office of SPOFFORO, Tit. 8
TON A CO., 29 Broadway. The magnificent I steam hip
James Adger. 8. C. T urner. oomuander, will succeed and
leave on Saturday, May 31. The favorite steamer ,HR )
LIN A makes regular trips to the various landings on the St.
Jthn's liver, Florida, connecting wl'h the steamers from "c?
Ysrk, and leaving Charleston every Tuesday, at a o'clock.
Through tickets to Jacksonville, 931; to filatka, 938.
SUTTON A OO.'B DISPATCH LINE FOR S AW FK t >fnjs
co sailing regularly and positively on or before the l\y ad
verUs*d. Clipper of Thursday. 6ih June. The ?nl?vd'd A 1
clipper ahtp B. F. HOXIE, Rtark. master, Is now toadltv at
plsr 9 last river, and will positively anil as above. This su
perlor clipper Is A 1 In every respect, and unstirpH?s?ed by
any csnveyanoe now ofierinif. Ship per* will please hand in
their bills ofladlng an soon as their sngsgements are com
pleted, that they may be signed by the master before the sailing
of the ship. BUTTON A 00., 18 South, -wrier Wa<l street.
N. B 'The ship* #f this line take no freight after the adver
tiled day prerenting all delay toah'.ppers desirous of lauding
their cargo In flan Francisco without detention.
ROB SAVANNAH AND FLORIDA?UNITRD STATES
Mall IJne.?The new and elegant steamer KNOX VTI.LE,
New York to Jacksonville, B81; to Ptlatka, 933. Large and
commodious steamers leave Rgsrannab for Florida three times
? week. nonnesting with 'Jt? I'eautM frvm N#? York eo
ftwl INMvdtyg,
A?JtAH?I*W' BMLDENCB TO LUX on mw _
b? ?i? Of "?rt, urul*h?d n unfurntsaed a lovsir
Ff^.op?-Ba0f .^'? gryj rtm*t for". WlffiSiburg ?
?cqaaui or mileJefAut cupola frame dwelling ehandalitta. ml
mtfoantaire^i^l f 1*f*e I"*?*.** cboeeot fruit tree*,
*de *>o??c. Inquire it i6C brand >trMt, Williams
^.0SSM> ESKwra
| flMttedteg^lpplytoB. fr. R^0^AR^8; 307 Braadway.fr
__ 5 ^2iTLHlAS
of ihe furniture lor sale ea reasonable term*. Four or five
asm, ,1'800- Apply * B- W. RICH
A IwSIbe5i^ft5ht2K TO "*? Wa,T 0P BKOA:I
artss
A r Wfth wlw?8hJh OB MQHT ROO Ma
lm? udS^c{rt)1*:??ttm*?Mt ""
Fifth ui txlh avenues. Apply on the pr^hSr'
?1^.jf62*crss of !*id; abundance ef pure wo
uld wIlTS'lltS!!**'1 B*? of moequltoee, and For health
5f" b?nuty of scenery unsurpassed. At>out 2?4 nUci frnm
N?? v?rtnVtFB,^? T?oa"B*? * (X^MjSlft"
Hew York, or to B. 0. Oanheld, at Morrlatowo. ?"??*??
IjtL&ltlBHRD BUIT OF ROCMR. COHBI8T1MO OF AW
_m 'otfr? seeond floor, with all ihe modern Improvements,
T?? ?? v?u *? ,u}' Parties, with or without board^ Apply M
U6 Eighth street, opposite the Meroaatlle Library.
FU!l1,,IiHRDJ H0F8*. II* TWllfTY 8BC0ND BTRIBT,
? . ?? J?"1 tskeii in board for three persons; or an
SlZf?if?Sent ^5 e P1*1? by wh,oh 0,8 of both parties
?a/ be eoosnl ed and expense divided. O-od relerenee given
and required. Add roe B. g., box 194 Herald oflioe.
F'SIiKES BOB"*0. LB*-0* RTATEN ISLAND,
if?r? 2?laL P' tw#,T? rooms, together with a
and co&ob boiiw, and ax ton Aire cronndi wall mn*
Plied with choice frtdt and I hade tree* I
Kln**frmdbrE?Ch ?f h?IOTe ro*d'10PP?i,,? 'he reeidenee of J. J.
fo? ' F*1" *pon! oao mile aouth of Castle ton landing.
SMMiry ?iJfSiX?.?'?- ?
connected by folding doer8, and wttfi tens rate entranoM (a
WllHsjm?tM?!\?. 'p?. "eW marb!e front binding 67 aoti 6?
Apply 10 "? *?*????
HOTEL iFTHH CITY OF haltimorb :o LF5ASE,
sod furniture tor ssle?Fltuated on Baltimore street in
toe tmmediate vicinity ot the Merchants' Kxohange Post oflioe
!?LKi,??1F"g"n'mU *r" Tb? h '"???a? a bold ent-anco!
even with the street a private entrance, reading room, ele
gant barroom, and ipactoui saloon on the second fl^r- the
sleeping apartments are ample to- the accommodation of one
ha no red g nests. The house is at present conducted ?, th?
?uropesn p an, has always enjoyed a first eisss reputation and
patronage. The propriotor's Health compels him to rcllnautsh
? Portion ahisbu lnesr, and he offers the a^vTtoa *^? ??
?poni lble rusfr ess man on liberal terms. For further partau
lars addren Hotel, box 1.932 Peat office. New York. P
T .AJ?? BAMKISO ROOM TO LET?8UITABI.E FOR A
^KSasTCpsM,.-s2.Mss
ic?"" <?"?
BBhfO ROOM TO RRITT?FOB ON8 OH MORR KVR.V.
lBgilntljeweek; a commodious room, budflooMlr fur
nisned, and oonvenisntly located In the vkdilty of dSSS piaSL
rrset Apply to S. C. HcCOBSflCK, ld2 Fultcu
ot a K a?TB* TO bht-oobwhr or
kj iWriA?ivn itreot and Four lb avenue : mora MnvMUnt
apartments eou'd net be desired, eotxutsYf fbSrrSSjrt?o
j^u.Croton and waste ptpei^Sl> to C xSapP. m
O LET?THB POBTRB HOC8R, OH THI CORN IS OF
B4"?''11'1 '"'f Weit streets. Thl-i house can be hired Tor a
| cioibing store, grocery, or a liquor store. This la an old stand
| Inquire on tf>e [remises, corner of Hammond and West ale.
T?i?F??^T 0P A, HOBS*. 139 WEST THIBTT
slxth street; la new. EleaianUy losated, and eon'Alns all
?!d hSlT/iJ1 ll?JroT8m8nf; wm hf r8nt8d ?<"? to a imall gen
leei family. Inquire on the premise*.
T?.h5JrTH" BppBB PART OF HOUSE 91 CB08BY
ni?^SkSSHSa^aJl,ot tbr?e wrnson the second floor and
one or two attics; lately put In order. Inqnlreon the premlaea.
T?f?J^2L.8l0RB' AND R00* ADJoiirmo, 46
^iiiSS?H!,tJSi!f ' hJS *118' 80,?,?r- ?**?? *0-, suitable for a
mllllneir lurnlshlng store or other light business: rent92Jga
qufre as above? room' to * stogt' ady or gentleman. En
TQ BET?THE Whole or part of a VBaTLT
JL S*2 rl.^.n88' wlttl 1111 th? m-<to? 'mprovemeata. A*
Itmood aven uo. **'' **"' "?we?. ***'
fPO LIT OB L1ASE?FOR TGBRB TEARS. THE FROWT
rear house. In good order, 146 Baxter aUreet. To a pood
fiSwe^v'*1 moa<z"*- ^**? on ? Jfjw
BOW?rT- WM. LOVE.
TO LET.?A HOCSB HEAR BATH L 1 NEW
Btrocht Bay, with barn and stable In addition, ttere are
STraws5^"A#22fd? 18?rthohouse, ton5KrfJ
liu" Bwkljii. ,U*?t'betwe8n B?**? anrf WychoU
T<f.B*?-TH.g..ylB?T FL?OB OF HOVBB 166 HISTBR
A street, consisting of two rooms, three bedrooms, ?nd mar
baiement. Rent >240 per annum. Inquire on thepremlsee.
?pO LET-AT *0. 47 CORTLARDT BTRKBT. A DRY
reasonable1*ultab ? for 4la,0,t "I hind of business; rent
T??Llrr IWIBDIATILT. nr BROOKLYN?THBBROOKD
A flMSl*ai<bMh basement, with raxrs, of the modwa ballt
house 313 Hicks street, four mms es*walk from Boath ihit i
the house has just been lepalaied throughout. ''
T0. WrLLIAJCPBCRO, THE OTP IB part OF
la beautiful eottsge, containing three reome, withali the
modern Improvements, situate 1 in Rwen street, oorner of
SSSSSV&iVr" "VB?
T?i.??'r.,i? L^i8Kr/?^ A d-KRll OF T1AR8. TWO
A ttrguitOTtfl4 126 Aud 127 Grand street, 100 feet eeet of
- T.V on? "15? B?*1 h?oatioBS In the city for insnw
Applv rn the rramlsm *
L?T OB LRASB, WITH IMM1DIATR POB8BB8IOM
r"? pwsdses 83 Bprtnp street, aesr Broadway, with a
ouudbp in the rear, suhabtefor a piano or furnHure maaa
SSoSf iSjS S^tT-^ ***""?Applr 10 aB- ^'OH
MKT-TO BOUTHBHH FAMILIB8 OR OTHIRB
for a term ef six months or a year, a beanSfn] and vers
Pleasant tunhhed house, with all modera taprovem^tTflf
fcen rooms newly toraished. The hoase la situated in Dnlver
rity place, above Washington parad* ground. Beat B2 0*0 psr
anmtm^For cards of sddrss* appTy to Mr. PIMtoS S3
O'
HOUMBB, aOOMS, dM* WAJTWCIK
FURNISHED HOUSE.-WARTBD. A SMALL FURNISH
el bouse, In New ,Tork or Brooklyn, for throe or Door
month*. Address O. W. M., Hentld office, itoting loootion
end term*.
i?FICR WANTED. OB A DISK ROOK?SUITABLE
' for the reel estate buitnwe. Addrea* B. Franklin
Clerk, northeeat corner Third end Dock atreata, Phlladel
phta.
mo GBOCBRYMER.-WANTID. A GOOD GBOCEtT
X Any one having! grocery to sell will find a eaeh custom*
by addressing Money, Bereld office, tor two deja, stating
name, locatioo and price.
ANTED?ROOMS, FOR A SMALL FAMILY, NEAR
the Harlem Railroad depot. Twenty aiztb street. Ad*
vertlaer baa a piano, and would furni?h the parlor, it del reed,
for mutual accommodation. References exchanged Addrea*
for three day a Hnbbe'l, Herald office.
TfUYMJiMBP flPIPB,
TTVDBOM RIVEB RAILROAD.?FROM MAT 19. 1866,
II the tralna wfll leave Chamber a atreet station aa follow*:
?Express. 6 A. M. and 8 P. M.: mall, 9 A. M,; through way
train, 12 M ; emigrant, 7 P. M ; for Ponahbeenne, 7 A. M. and
1 P. M.; for StagBing, 10:30 A. M. and 9:45 P. M ; thla train
leavea evary Friday eveolngst 11PM, for Hudson.3:30 P.
M.; for PeekakM 4and SJOP. M. Tbe PonghkeepsU, Sing
Sta>| and Peekakllltralna atop at the wayatatiooa. Paaaerurera
taken at Cham bare Canal, Christopher and Thirty* flrat atreata.
Tralna for Raw Tork leave Troy at 4:38. 8:14 and 10:48 A.M.,
and 4:36 P. M? and Baat Albany at 8, 8:60 and 11:18 A. M..
and 6 P. M. A. F. SMITH, Hup'l
VfEW AREA NOR M UN T.?ACCOMMODATION I.INR
AN for Norwalk and Roeky Reek. The ateawer NORWALK,
Cap*. George T. Redman, will laeva pier aeat aide of Catherine
?Hp, Beat rtrer, daily, Sundays esoeoted, at 8 o'aiocfc P. M.,
leaving Sonth Norwalk. at 7 n'clnek A. M. Fare SO orate
Leaving Reeky Raek at 8X. Fare 38 eentat. Freight taken at
reetoaabie ralea and forwarded to destination: amount pay
able on delivery of the goods. All peraona are forbid trusting
any peraen or peraona on aoeonnt of aald boat.
CHA8. J. DODGE agent.
WINKB ANJD
A1
LE, ALE, AI.K
_ Bright apart ling a> 1
Now arriving per Ardrew Footer, and aa noon a* rertr ia
signed will In due aeaaon he served on draught, at BROi >Kd',
Old Stir. 64 and fd l.iapemrd atreet, near Broadway.
N. B.?Burton hitter ale, 26 had*. irom Parka A Co., B :ln
adlemcitd; C per Andrew Fmter. JOMRPH BROOKP,
Mi "All the way from Manthwner.'?
Booth a SBrowicK'8 very choIcs lor dor
cordial tin for sale In hogtheadi, half pipes an. ???- .y
SIMPSON BROTHERS, 19 Beaver atreet.
CM.ABRT WIRES AMD OLIVE OIL.-2 600 GASEB ST.
J Julian and Margaux Bordeaux claret*, mow landing fritn
?hip Axzan. and 660 ea*ea Bordeaux olive ell. for aaie Dim
wharf or bonded stores, by SIMPSON BROTHERS, 19 Bea.
ver atreet
IYUNK BRANDIES-IN BOND. IN QUARTER CA4KP,
r octave* and half pipea. bow discharging from thip Autn,
and for ?*^_,'vm wharf or from bonded warehouse, by
SIMPSON BROTHERS, 19 Beavar atreet.
Holland gin, in bond.-a choice lot o? 100
pipea, double awan brand, in bond; oan be ebtpprd lem
tbe duty or duty paid; for mie low, by SIMPSON URO
THEBS. 19 Beaver atreet.
B1LL1ARBI.
A LARGS ASSORTMENT OF BILLIARD TABLBsToF
the baat quality and at low prleea, will ba found at our
manufactory, the laraeat and nuiat complete In me tiiy. HaUa
and trimming* of the Ann quality for *a e. Orders by mall at
tsadedto. O'CONNOR A OOLL1EP8R. 63 Ann at.
NKW YORK BILLIARD ROOMS, 814 BROADWAY,
four doors above Grace church.?omit emen are In orm
ed that the above named rooms will open ou Wednesday even*
Irg, :8th InaL The rooma will oortalw elxteen lablea, with
I,*oi ard A Benjamin'* nomblnatlon outhions. acknowledged to
be it e beat ever Invented, having taken the Ar*t premium at
tie ( rystal Palaoe. Four bowling alle< e will soon be added.
F:te rooms for e'ubs, lodges and drills. The subacrl oar Uat*
wfll be i
le* * himself thet there wfll be no place super or. II equal to It,
In the city, tad hope* to lee all of hla old patrons and boat* of
J. H. PERKINS, Manager.
PATRNT1D FEBRUARY 19. 1866.-MODEL R 11,1.1 ARD
table* and eombtnation cushions. Fraudulent Imitation*
being offered for eale, the public are eaott-infd that no other
person baa the right to manufacture theae tables. For axle
only ?'. 39 ckutbers craet, (up atalr*.)
MICHAEL f HILAR,
ABvmmmi
BWMkADWAT THBATRE.?B. A. MdRSHAM^ MLB
HB"!*"**' W. B. Blake, Stage Macular Dear* (pea at
TvcMk, aerfcrnaaee to commence at 7)d predeety. Horn
h] svenlag, May 26
TOCNG AMERICA.
Dlek th* Kew*boy Mre. Barney 1
Mr. Weatworth Mr, whiting
DARBY O'DONNBLL. "???
Darby O'Doanell Mr. B. WlDtams
Little Mickey Mr. "TTTTinr
ITS TH1 CUSTOM OP TH1 COUNTRY.
Meiieee.. Mr*. B. WUhana
In wbleh ibe wOl ilrg "Bobbin' Aroasd,"
- ; | Mre. I
Manner* Mr. Whiting | Mr*. Manner* Mre. Henry
BOWKMT THEATRE. -PBOPBIBTOM AMD MAMAS KM,
F. P. Waidroo; Anting Manager, 6. R GrtMUm!
Door* 0|>?n at 6k. oommeo*s .at 7^ Monday, May f~
Macbeth Mr. a Bddy
Lady Macbeth MMa DenvD
THB DBYIL'S KLIXIK.
Praneeeeo Mr. J. J. Prior | The Lady Anrella..Mra. Prtat
BUETON'N, chambers street,
Enihualaatie reception of the newjplece.
THE LIPS OP AN AARMB,
written by the author of "London Assurance. '
Rh &MUAUKMRMT OP MISS AQSKH ROBERTSON
and Ma DIOM BOCRCICAULT,
who *111 appear every evening thia week tn the prlaetpal cha
racter* in tnie very eneeeeefnl and attractive pieoe.
Mre. A. Parker, Mr. J.L. Baker, Mr. SatcheU, Mr. Rainflori,
Mr. Bradley, Mr. and Mr*- Hnlman, Ac.
The length and importance of the new play forbid* the pom
nib City of any other performanoe on the eame evening.
Broadway varieties, mo. broadwat
(Late Meehaatee' Hall, between Grand Bad Broome tiaj
H. Wood. " ~ *
R. G, Marsh Stage
1 CBNTR
ADMISSION, TWENTY-FIVE
The celebrated
WOOD A MARSH JUVENILIS.
Grand and entire change thia evening,
Monday?The tavorlte drama of
THE TOODLES.
With the farce of
PERFECTION.
Door* open at 6)*; commeneee at 8* o'clock; and eoacladee
at 10 o'elock.
G
BO. CHRISTY A WOOD'S MINSTRELS, NBW ?ai.t.
1U Broadway below Grand etxeet.
EVERY EVENING.
Bnstnam traeeaeted by Henry Weed
Stage Manager.............. Geo. ChriMj
ETHIOPIAN MIST RELAY.
Third week et
THE MISCHIEVOUS MONKEY,
With that Bleeved Baby.
The Monkey.....tti. .by...................Geo. Chrtety
The curtain will rise at 8 preeleely.
Admission 36conta
VTIBLO'S SALCON.
i\ THE PYNE AND HARRISON OPERA TROUPE
SAVE AKItlTCD,
and will give
TWO OPERATIC CONCERTS,
the Gent* o: the moat popular Oneraa,
AT jflBLOS SALOON,
acumeaclng oa
MONDAY, MAY 26;
?eeond on
WEDNESDAY, MAY 28,
being their only appearance here tilnea their return fiOtil their
brilliant and successful Southern engagement*, and preview
to tbelr departure lor Canada aud the Went.
On tba evening of Monday, Mir* latitat Pyne will ting?
Caratlca?" Perche iion ho," (Lucia) Donizetti
American Ballad?"Heme, Sweet Home."
Aria? "The Skylark," (by particular dealre) Benedict
With Mr. Harrison, alio, the duet from "Don Fasquale."
'Tcrmuni a dlr" rfonlzetti
And with iter Bitter. Duet?'"Debcon te," (Norma). Bellini
Mr. Barrlson will alrg?
Balled?"We may be happy yet," (Daughter of St. Mark). Balfe
Ac. Ac. Ac.
Ticket*, 60 cant* each?to be had at the office, Ktblo'i Gar
den, and at Hall'* music store, 239 Broadway.
Soon open at 7; concert to oommacce at 8 o'clock precisely.
All accounts contracted for these Concert* to be senl to the
box office ot Mlblo'a Garden, to W. P. BBOUUH.
Franklin mosbcm, 127 grand street, onh
door from Broadway. Open every afternoon and even
ing, by Madame War ton'* troupe it Model Artistes, twenty
aeven In number, comprising a company of tbe finest formed
women in the world. Fourteen new ana magnifio
. magnificent pictures,
by the whole troupe. N. B.-Curtain rises at 3, and at &
KELLER'S EMPIRE HALL, 690 BROADWAY.
GRAND SACRED CONCERT
of Vocal aad Instrumental Music,
Tms (Busbat) Kvcwiwc, Mat 28,1866,
en which occasion the folio wit g eminent artist* will appear,
under the direction of Herr F, STOBPBL:?
Madame lOVARNY.
MM* Makla Dick wort n.
Herr ALEXANDER STOBPRL, the oeieb rated Tenor,
Mens. E. CEOUZA, French Baritone.
Mi. A. SEDGWICK and Master CHARLES SEDGWICK,
only eight years of age, wondertul performer en the Base Ocm
eerilna.
The eelebrated GEBMANIA QUARTETTE CLUB.
Full Orebesira j. Conducted by Mr. Grill
Berr FRANS STOrPEL will preside at the Pianoforte, Crsm
Mr. Decombe'e establishment
Doors open at 7k. Conoert will begin at 8.
WALLACE'S THRATRK.-EXTRA *^tt83g
has the pleasure of annoutclng| ha when
to New York will t*k?ipUo* on Thursday, the ?*..
wUl be given dmoOom?<lJpO^? ROUND TABLE,
together wKh theHOUR.
IjlXTRA ADVERTISEMENT.-LAURA KERNE'S VA
'J rieties, the beet ventilated theatre In the United States.
Production ef a new five act play b*
ROUG"
JOHN BROUGHAM.
First appearance ot
MISS LAURA KERNE
since her severe Indisposition.
Monday evening, May 26. a new play, In five acta, called
Jane eyrb, the orphan of lowood.
New Scenery?Powerful Cast.
To conclude with
MY WIFE'S MIRROR.
CtRGAR BXTUBITION.?TUB LARGB ORGAN, BUILT
" bv Jardtne A Bob, of this city, for Dr. Alexander's church.
In fifth avenue, corner of Nineteenth sireet, will be publicly
eihibtted this evening by Messrs. G. Wmhbourn Morini,
Edward Jsrdine, and William Mason, organist of the church.
CAD1MT HALL, 663 BROADWAY, OPPOSITB BOND
street?with stage toenerv and seats for a thousand per
sons?to let, by the day or weak, oa the most reasonable terms.
Apply on the premises, from 9 A. M. to 6 P. M.
11/ AS HI NOT ON CROSSING Te5 DRLAWARB
vv Madame Wartoa's full troupe of artistes, 27 ia number,
will appear In the above great picture, at the Franklin Mu
seum. 127 Grand street, every afternoon and evening, with 19
ether splendid national representations. Bam ember, 127
N<
rOTICB TO THKATBIGAU9.?W. B. FISH, THEATRI
I eel wig maker, removed to 07 Franklin street, three doom
frem Broadway, and opposite Taylor's saloon.
KBAT ATTRACTION? BROWN'S FRBB DRAWING
room concerts, at the Ortental Booms, 530 Broadway,
were crowded every night last week to exoesa. The manager
begs leave to announce that there will be a change of pro.
gramme ever y evening this week.
B UNDERSTAND THAT MISS XK8TAYEB, TBR
fhvorite actress, has arrived in town from Oinctnnati.
after a successful engagement. She would prove a good card
to our maaagert hare.
STBANGKE8, DON'T FORGET TO VISIT THH FRANK
ltn Museum. 127 Graad street, where yon will see Ike ori
ginal troupe of Model Artistes, 27 in number, In the afternoon
st 3, and evening at 8. ta e selection or pictures. N. B.?
Straagers and others will observe that Madams Warton is in
do way eonneeted with any ether troupe of ertlatee in New
I orfc.
COPABWBBWnP MOWCIB.
tin nun -partnbb wanted, qualified to
tiU.UUU . taks charge of e first clam Baw Lrk stty
kotal, and tavast (rem flO.OW to S1A.000 agatart HO 000? aire*.
<y Inmsfsd. with ike privilege to pnrehase, on easy tenas the
fwAi and seven yearn' lease. Address box 3,836 New Yet*
Port office.
?1 f^nn TO $2,000.?WANTBD, A PARTNER, HI
91 ,UUU iker active or stlest, la a first rats cash buad
?ass. No risk. Liberal terms sen be offered. Address Pro
duce Commksicn, Herald offioe.
tl Kftft -WANTED, A PERSON WITH THN
tl.UVUi above amount, to iota the advertiser fat the
manufltcture of a patent machine which greatly (hcilitates ike
manufacture of boots and ihoee; it is truly " mu'tum in
pervo," end with shoemakers will be Indispensable. The nut*
shine will pay the manufacturers 100 per sent profit. Apply
to J. A. KNIGHT A CO., 334 Broadway.
Oil nnn TO $3,000.-SPECIAL partner wanted,
ipl.UUU with some capital, in a lucrative bnstnem, Must
be active, and produce unsxcepttcnable references. Inch a
maa will hear of a rare opportunity for Investment. Apply,
between 6 and 7 P. M., at 29 Broadway, office Ne. 24.
? Qn(\ TO $1,200.?WANTBD, A PARTNBB, WITH
90UU this amount, In a legitimate cash business. Duties
light aad pleasant, the profits large, and the amount doubly
secured. Oall at 483 Broadway, room Be. 7.
*onn TO $1.000.?PARTNBB WANTED, IN A PLEA
#oUU mat and profitable bustaxm, which is slready well
establl>hed, end increasing In bnstneas. To an ecilv# business
maa this afford I a rars opportunity for a permanent tnvsat
msat Apply to VABS A CO., 437 Sixth avsnue.
fe/f Kf\ -PARTNER WANTED. IN A PROFITABLE
ItOU. cash business He wlU be required to travel.
Address Dollar. Herald uffloe.
*') rn -PARTNER WANTED.-A PARTY OWNING
90uU. onebs'f Interest ta an asteblishedgenteel menu
fsciiulng business, wishes to dispose of the sense. The bust
neve Is dene for eaah, ea'lrely at wholesale, sad Is located
Apply to C. B. HOWBt) k CO., M Neman street.
? Onrt-WANTKD IMMRDIATRLY?A PARTNER TO
riZjUU to jota advertiser in a geesral ageeey. boardl t
bonve registry, and institute tor domettioe, ta Brooklyn The
bmineta t? now paying wel>, and can be Increased with tbe
ssitsisnce of an active partner. Address G. H ., Herald office,
or at 206 Fulton street, corner Pineapple, room U up stairs,
Breokljn.
& ?WANTBD, A PAHTNRR, WITH THIS
Hp tUU. amount, to join the advertiser In a travelling en
tertatament, that w ill pay from |l,0> o to $2,000 the present sea
ton. Apply st the office of ANDERSONk I'HRLPs, Ns. 291
Broadway, room 4.
OTICF..-NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
copartnership heretofore existing by the name of * i nam
J, Thompson A Co. was dissolved by Its own limitation o i the
lstoTMarcb 1?S6. Henry Stevenson is authorized to ittle
the claims due and against said Arm. W. J THOMP * N.
Dated May 1, I860. W. C. RTRVRN-oW.
ARTNBR WANTED, WITH A OARH CAPITALOF95 (>00
lo $10 000, to join the advertiser ta the manufacturing and
parrying anol e general houre furnishing business. In one of
the best toostlonsTor a jobbing and retell trade in the eltv. Ad
dress. stating real name aad where an interview can be bed,
A. B. O., Hera'd office.
artnrr wantbd-with a capital of from
$2 000 o $6JX 0. In a lucrative branch of the cash dry goods
jobbing bust reus, to join a patty who has an equal amount, and
a thorough practical knowledge ot the trade?a good cbanoe
tor a respectable bookkeeper or any person willing to take
charge of the tadoor buslneia. Address, for three days. Safety.
Herald (fflce.
riTANTin-A PARTNER, IN THR RETAIL 1,'QUCR
v r bustress. d"wn town; one o( the best retail rto-es is tin
cltv. Small capital required, us the proprietor la obliged to go
In (be country on speclsl business a ddress. with real zamt,
C. V , Hera a office, plating where and when to be ?e?n,
antrd-a perron, wiiH~t 1,000 ofiTtlon cait
lal as partner In a long sstabllshed millinery c?ta>lith
met t, now doing an extensive bu?ina<?. For particulars ad
<1-e-1. postpaid, C. T., Broadway Postrffiee.
TV ANT*P-A PARTNKB. WITH FROM THREE TO
Tr live thousand dollars capital, In a wholesale llqusr house,
already cst? vil?bed, sod dolrg a good busirma Address box
?i,S2* Post office, with rsa! name, and whereas enter view may
be aad.
A8TRULUGT. _
AWOHPEB.-THB OIP8BT GIRL?IF TOU WIRH TB
fcrow all the sseieu of ynnr past and future life, the
knowledge of which may save yen veers of sorrow and sere,
don't fall to consult the above named palmist. Charge M o?mt?
The Hi ley W elan on hand a secret which will enable say
lady r> gtctlaman to wb or obtain the affections jf vhe oppi
IK ssi. Charge M-ra. K bo*try. dtairt.
ta
F?J Mli.
Mondat Rvmjnss Mi? K, UU.
TRIPLE ATTRACTION.
THE WUNDRRFDL RAVTL F * HILT.
M'LLR ROM AT A AD 1UR BALLET COMPART
IB ft ftBW fcftU#t
YODNO HENGLB* THR ORRATRNT LIVING TIGHT
ROPB DANCER,
obpck or rasroRMAjiLi:?
I j err law and evolutfcmaon
THI TIGHT BOPS.
Hew ballet, ZEPHYR AHD FLORA.
MAZULMB, THR RIGHT OWU ,
wtb Atlohte.Fraaoois and Jerome in ibatr original eharactara,
WALLACE'S TH1ATRK.-MAY M.
Holiday?fiecuad^btarOi^^r^^hakaveraRR comedy.
The Duke Orstro, Mr. Letter; Sir Tobr, Mr. Brougham;
Clown, Mr. PlacldeiBlr Andrew, Mr. Wa'oot: MaivsMo.Mr.
PjeUj Viola, Mr*, faoej; Maria, Mit, Walcot; Olivia, Mrs.
Conover. With
NKW YEAR'S DAT,
la which Mr. G. Holland, Mr. He wart, and Mlm Mary ? neon
will perform.
Tnetday- BENIFIT OP MRS. STEPHENS.
Mr. Brougham'* corned? of
THR GAME OF LIFE,
and the comedy of
THE TIRRT MIGHT.
Laura krrha'b varieties- late thm mrtro
potltaa Theatre, Broadway. Bole Leasss and IWrantram.
Laura Keen*. Charge of time:?Door* open at I; certain
idea* at 7X. Gloriou* triumph. Crowded houses. Tee beat
ventilated public building In the metropolis.
Pint appearance of Miaa LAURA KERNS elate bar i
indl* port don.
Plrat night of a now Ave net play, wrhles eiin e?1 ? Ida
Laura KaanWa Varieties, by John Brougham, entitled J Alt IS
KYRR, THR ORHHAM OF LOWOOD 'ousted ?a thaeale
brated novel of thet name. HInth night o< the new Iwrina
comedietta. MT WIPE'S MIRROR, ay Rdward G. P. Wllkins.
On MO A DAT evening, Mar 26 1866, will be nraaanta*. tor
the Oral time, a new, romantic play, la five acta, written ax
preaaly for thla establishment, by John Brougham, with new
aeeuary, by Mr Aln y and aaalitanta, ana tualahwd by a
powerfnl cast, entitled
J AMR KIRK. THR OBPHAH OF LOWOOD.
Fairfax Roehaoter Mr. Gee. Jordan
Lord Theodore Ingram Mr. G. K. Dlakmaon
Colonel Dent Mr. H. HnU
Mr. Brook lehurat, a psendo philosopher Mr. Baaa
John Downey, aervant to Rochester Mr. T. B. Johnston
Mr. Wood, chaplain to Rochester Mr. Oarvertar
Jane Ryra, the Orphan of Lowood Mlra Laura KesnO
Dowager Lady Ingram Ml-1 Mary Walla
Lady Blanch* Ingram lflaa Rata Ralgualde
Lady Mary 11 gram Miss a da Clarq
Mm. Oolonai Dent Mlaa MaDeaagb
Mr*. Rsbton .MlM JamaR
Mlas Temple, Superinteadent of a Charity
School Mlas Annie WaMttft
Miaa Grroe I iMiau,,. 5 Mrs. J. K. Soatt
MIih Scatcherd j Assistants, I ^ , p
Grace Pool Mr a. Carpenter
The Maalae Wne Mrs. Jar Tie
raxaoxe in the rnxRinrF:?
Tableau I. -The Bride, Miaa Kate KelgoaHei Bridesmaids.
Miss Jamea and Mlas Johrton.
Tableau II.?Rebecca, Mrs. J. R. Scott; Jacob, Mr. Clark.
Tableau III.- Prisoner, Mr. Bey wood; Prisoner's Wife,
Miaa Annie Walters
During ihe evening, Operatic SeleeticiA, arranged by Mr.
Thomas Baker.
To eoselude with the original American comedy, la ene act,
entitled MT WIFE'S MIRROR.
Academy of music.-admission, omm dollar?
Second cfrole 90 to I Amobllhea^e M U
Secured scale, to oanta extra, at Hall A floa'e, Ho. 239 Broad
way, at the Academy.
Doors open at 7th o'clock; commencing at x ValeeR.
The public are reapoet'uliT In'nrmed that this la
POSITIVELY THE LAST WKKK OP THR OPRBA.
On MONDAY. May 26, will be presented Verdi's grand
epcra, in three ecu,
LUIS A MILLER,
being the last appearance but two or
Madame PK LAGRANGE
in opera In the city of New York.
Blgrortna P'OBMY, and Slgnori BOLOIONI, BAD1ALI,
COLRTTl and MULER in the cist
Max Maretzek Director and Cualssesr.
N
IBLO'B SALOON.
TntjiSDAT, Mat 29,1856.
GRAND VOCAL AND IN'BTRCMiHTAL OONOIRT OF
MMB. K. PAT ASIA,
amlxted by the following eminent artists, who have all, la the
kindaat manner, volunteered their service*:?
Mr. L. M. GOTTBCHALK,
Blgnor BRIONOLt,
Signer BAD!ALI. and
Mr. CARL WELS.
Conductor* Slg. a lbltea and Big. Msnzooohl
Admission. 9L Tldketa to be had at L. G. Dcaoombcf 1766
Broadway; J-? file's axd Brewing's mualo stores, and at th*
door on the nlgbt of the Concert.
Doors open at 7; Concert to oommenoe at 8 o'clock.
WALLACE'S THEATRE.-TUESDAY 1VEN1MG, MAY
TV 27. MRS. STEPHENS
baa the honor of annoonotng
HKR BENEFIT,
on which oeeaslon will bo presented Mr. Brougham's oomedy
Of THK GAME OP LIFE,
and THR FIRST NIGHT.
1 he cast of these popular pieces will embrace the aamee of
Mr. Henry Placlde, Mr. Lester, Mr. Brougham, Mr. Dyott, Mr.
Stewart, Mr. Norton, Mrs. Host, Mrs. Br >ngham, Mrs. Vernon,
Mlm Samon, the talenied com Dan v, and Mr*. Stephens.
Tickets, 80 cents. Box book tow open.
RRLLBB'S BMPIRE HALL,
Two doom abov# the MatreMtMan.
GRAND TABLEAUX AND MUSICAL S0IRRE8,
MONDAY, axd btkrt Evxnino pcjung the Wxxx
Mr. KRLLRR art 1 present five new Ornm Tab lea ax. and.M
satire shangs ef Vocal and Instrumental abate, In wMak
MADAME LOVaRM*.
and the GMKMANIA vfUARTRTTB OBUB will appear.
In addition te which,
HERB FRANZ HTORPKL
will gtvs his wonderrul pet tor-man OSS upon
THE WOOD AMD STRAW INMRUXXXT.
WALLACE'S THEATRE.?EXTRA.
Monday, May 28, aaeond night of Skakapere's oomedy el
TWELFTH NIGHT,
With NEW YEAR'S DAY.
Tuesday, 37th. Mrs. Stephens' Bens fit -
GAME OF L1FK,
And THE FIRST NIGHT.
Wednesday, 28tb?
PO- 3A-HON-T AS
will be revived, wtth other entertainments.
T>ROaDWAY THEATRE.
JL> Fabewkix Bxxxrrr or
MR. AND MRS. BARNEY WILLIAMS,
Prior to their departure for Europe.
On Saturday Evening, Mat 31, 1856.
A bill of unusual attractions will be pressn ed, and Mr. Mar
shall, In honor of the occasion, will brilliantly illumhsate the
front of the theft ire
BOX BOOK OPEN ALL THE WEEK.
XTRA CARD.?WALLACE'S THEATRE.
_J MRA HURT'S BRHRFIT
wlil take piece oa SATURDAY evening. May 31, en whieh *e
eaaton will be produced, for the first time at this theatre, wtth
new scenery, dresses, Ac., Mrs. Inchoald'e splendid oomedy.
E
WIVES AS THEY WERE, AND MAIDS AS THEY ARB.
Alio, the petite comedy ef
THE DOWAGER.
The east of both pieces will embraoe the entire talent of the
oompany.
Box book now open.
NIBLO'B baloon.
JtMK. ISIDORA CLARK
will give ber
FIRST GRAND OONORRT
la Hew York (ainoe bar return), at
kJBUVB SALOON,
en TUESDAY evening, Kay 27, assisted by the following smA
nent srilst#, Crom the Academy Of Music:?
Bignor BRIONOLl. Flratlenor.
Blgnor AMBDIO, Pint Baritone.
Bignor MANZOOCHI,
?ABL BKRGMaNN,
And a foil Orebeetra.
Carl Bergmann Oenduetar
Pnoanaiuta.
1. Overture?"Stradel la" FlaieiP
Performed by the Orchestra.
2. Roirmnn. for BatKobi... AffcHna
Signer Amodla, aoeompanled by Signer Manaoeahi.
3. Grand Beaaa et Oavetiiie?"taaall era anil Inro
linlt" (Bnuml) Ytr<H
Madame Isidore Clark, aoeompanied by the Orebeetra.
A Romania?*T* Bpla" AHM)
Bignor Britnott, accompanied by blgner ManmeeM,
6. German Song-**1 he Seraaide" .BehabeHb
Madame Inldora clerk, with Oraheetra.
6. Duetto? "II vere la te el" (RobertoIV?vreeua)...Doaisel i
Madame Lldora Clark and Bignor BrtgnolL
7. Overture?"D Matrtmonlo de Figaro" .Henri
Performed by the Orebeetra.
8. English Oavattna?' The Lost Blrdllng" (flrrt time
fore) Oe
Composed tor and eung by Madame liMara Clark.
9. Romaaza?"Don Basques". DoalxeUk
Bignor BrtgnolL
10. Rngltoh Ballad?"The Dream"(by requeat) Me'""*
linrWmn ]^n Clark.
11. Aria?"II Bales del iuo ear-rt ao" (11 Trovaiore) Yi v. r
_ Bignor Amotlo.
11 Grand Tereetto?"I Lomberdl" Yerdl
Madame Isidore Clark, Stgnore Brtgnoil aad A mod to.
Ttoketo, 81; a1Wm. Hall A Bon'a, No 239 Broadway, the
mu>tc Mores, and Mlbio'e offloe; also at the door. Bean open
at 7X; Coeeert at 8 o'clock.
ONDAY, MAY 26 -IN THE AFTSRITOON AT 3, AJtJD
In the evening nt ?, at Madame WartentonevphMeef
?inurement, 127 Grand street. An entire change of Mbeu
will be given, m addition to fourteen repressaftitoee Ig her
troupe of Model Artiatee- She will moke ber drat appOsiifie
n their original person Ifloatlon of "Sappho."
COL AND COMFORTABLE.-FRANKLIN MUMTV.
127 Grand street, one door flrom Broadway. Ma dent n
Wartoa'i troupe of temale artiatee appear every afternoon at
3, and eventsf at 8. In fourteen beautiful pictures, with egret
variety of original entortammenta. Remember. 127 Grand
street, near Broadway.
EVRRY AFTRRNOON AT 1.?FRANKLIN MOTS' .
127 Grard etreet Notice.- For the aeeoeunodhtti 1}
atrangera end others, an alter noon perfsrmaaee taken ? ?.
every afternoon, when M'Ue War ton's re J troupe af MndU
Artistes will appear, with other entertatnmeato. M. B -Al
ways concluded by half pant four, thereby suabttnj dl to
leave by the diffarent eare end boats.
DIC AX..
B.WABD* U1DORTWATVB f^nHRBTAMTMIT
qutok and complete. The affltoted who wmld obtote ap^BP
pent and apeem owe should came Immediately to me. ) ore
hundreds mon&ly. Offlee arranged no font nefoMto do 00
meet ?* -Tfotttog mnnee! all maimed M .a
fortnnnte'i Friend etires always to a weakf ofoaa ftwv
meant eyes in twmve hoera Ofoee M banal street,a-.n?
of Broadway. m
"OB
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' Hllllg.
DR. OOBBRTT, 19 DUANE BTRRRT, MAT BB C*?w.
im'ted privately 00 dleeaaee. N .a-fteehto dfptotr,
member of the New York University.
R. COO PI B, 14 DUANE 8TRIRT, MAY BR f
demlally; consulted on diseases. Cbargen mode . . . I
n eure guaranteed in all a is a
R. JOHNH<;nTi6 DUANK RTRRIT, FOR TF ? t~-'
27 year* t a hie present locality, nay be ooniulted , - r
on iliac asm.
B. RALPH.?OFPIt 1KB M3 IIOU8fON. NRv
ter street Hours. 9 to 12 A. M., end 6 fo 9 P. 1
excepted. For a otrrular containing somethieg w ?nug.
enclose two Untied Blaise stamps, and ad (trees be *" TVaf
rffloe.
DR. LARMONT'B PARIS AND LONDON MA MCI).
Adviser and star rings Guide; 20th esUtfon. ;
100 electrotvped ilhuduattons; cloth. $1. k gtvae the a.ltr
tisefl remedlee, and ahowa the auperiortly of the author"' "art'a
and London t-ea'ment of certain dtaeaaea. A an nervous ?r*-*U?
tv. local at.d general, from excesses aad IndteereLjr, * v
He cure* all sueh diseases, at 82 Merer atreet, corner d
Spring. opposite St. Nlebolae Hotel, from 10 A M. Ifl] ? la the
evening. We recommend Dr. Letnpnt loth ittoted.?Oour
rier dee Rtata Unto. Btaate Zeimng,
YjRlVATB (K1NBULTATIONB.- DR. Vs.TH. N AT*PW??
X exclusively to dleeaeee of e ceratn class to wtoeh heia?i
cored a vast ?amber of eases. in a I rg curai of precttaa.
The remedies are mi d, and there It no 1ms -1 uptfoa tVem hu.t
uees or change of diet Dr. ea neatly leeommetMto
an earl) call a'ter the flret appetran #1 as dekv or the ' *?
>>f nostrums rpeefoe*, dropa. ?o , aid' her naakiiful trie,
meet. wake the ?nbss<|Meni cure'f** ap?-dv. W. WsTd i?,
M. D., for aerh aurvern u< hs ??) (In;us"; "tics !W T-?, *.
street a.'?"din *?' #r o-oadway. A'en, eoaiulthhti a. V
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