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A iaKu? ritoMT itooit, /ukmsbtki*. 4<jitaBtiM J.V far a coupln of gaotlMwa, at; M luut with board la a prlrata tamlly, ith a (mm boardara, raf?w?afly|uilrt qaired; dlmiar at all o'aloc* apply at 813 FtltbvWiIa. A SMALL PRIVATE PAMTLY. WITHOUT OHILDRBM, J\ having one spare l>edroom would let the same, with or without full or partial board; K&a in the ruum aud Are If da lrfd. Teraia a.oderate. .apply at 2b8 Pacific atreat, uaar Cmitb, brookhn A FKW HINUtK OBNTlilUISH C\N BB ACCOMMOA daU-d with good Ixiard and pleasant ruooia by aoulyluif at aw Wrai Twenty aevaiith atrtrl. a privatk family ncsintffo at saratooa, A wltkln a fear roda of lll?h Kock, Iodine and Umpire apringa, with accommodation .if ih? moat n-ronruha but ouiet atyle will make regulations immediately with those wishing board for llie seasoi,. Addreis Cliutou. L'aiou aouare Post office, for particular*. A SPLENDIDLY FURNISHED PARLOR, WITH ONB or two ht*driHHXin ntLnclieil. to let, to one or twoaliigle gentlf men. In a private bouse with all th? modern tmpro*eoienta; meal* served in ilie room If required. Apply at 98 Prlaoe street, a few doors west of Broadway A PLEASANT FRONT ROOM AND nALL BEDROOM, with largo panti lea, but and cold water, t? let, with board, ('mm S3 80 te 14 per week, for breakfut and tea), at 26 Amity place. A lady would be accommodated who would be willing to teach a little girl to play the piano fur part payment References siren and required. A gentleman and wife, OR TWO gentlemen, willing to nay a fair price for a good quiet home, la a Strictly piIvate family of only four persons, near Broadway ai d Washington square, may addresa Quiet Home, Station a Referenoea eichanged. A SUIT OP ROOMS, HANDBOMKLT FURNISHED, ON second floor, to let, to tingle gentlemen: partial board If required; or to a amall family without cbllfren. Relereucet given and required. No other Boarders. (Jas, bath, Ac. Ap ply at 64 Amity street, near Broadway. Stages pang the door. A FEW SINQLR GENTLEMEN CAN BE AOOOMMOdated with nice1* furnished roomi; gas and bath la the botiae. Apply at 5X6 Houston street. I a SMALL PRIVATE PA MILT, WITHODT otiilurrn, having one spare bedroom, would let the same, with or without full or partial board; gu in the room, and Ore If de trod. Terras moderate. Apply ai ?18 Pajlflo street, near Smith, Brooklyn ^ 4 NEATLY FURNIPDED FRONT PARLOR AND REDA room, with all the modern Improvements and a largo nantry, to let. to one or two gentlemen, without board, or with breakfast If desired. Apply at S3 Bond street. A PARTY OF THRF.B OR FOUR GENTLEMEN CAN be accommodated with bo-trd la one of the most handtome location! up town; house has *11 conTeniences; or a suite of furnished rooms, with kitchen, will be rented to a small as( (leet family. hetrrences given and required Apply at No. 1 West Twenty sixth street, corner of Hroadway. AFRW PINOLE GENILKMEN CAN BE ACCOMMOdated with furnished roaiu?, without board, at No. 99 West Ninth street. TJOARD -TWO OR TUrthr PKKtkfMH OBTAIN , J) lo.ml In a respectable private family In Broadway; house possesses all the modern luiprovMceota. Dlnnar at 8 o'clock. Apply at SS2 Broadway, below Union square. TJOARD.?TWO SIN'ILK GKNTI.KMKN CAN BE AC X) oonsmodated with pleasant rooms, in a modern house wiib tbe improvements, located at 1I9J? Ninth street, a few doors west of Broadway. BOARD.-A FURNlhHED BOOM ON TUB FIRST fl' or, containing but and cold water, pantry, cIdjcU, gas, Ac , to let with hoard lhe location la couvnnleot to eara .tuil sUiues; the ue1gt.b.iihood plei.s itit Apply at SI West Tn en jsi nil s'rfct. a tew doors webl of .-Ixih m euue Board ?pi.bahant rooms to let, with boar->, at 71 West Twenty second street. Dinner at six. Kefu rei.ces exi hanged. BOARD.--K1N0LK AND DOUBLE ROOMS,FURNISHED or uu'tirnlshed, on \ery moderate terms convenient to Ifrondw. j hiet:?> ftir. f-ixili ivenue cars- Uusaudbalh. Apply at tt) Wfst I birty llilrd street. Board.?*gentlemen obhihino good rooms and eooil boatd at very moderate prices, where tbe comfort* of a home n>av be realized, cm be handsomely a-cominod it- i bv calling at it'i lirand s'.reet, nearly opitosiU) Odd Hfellovs' Hall. I.ocnuou central. BOABD-A SMALL fKIV >.TK FAMILY WISH TO rent v itli board n newly furulsbed front oarlo- and bed room to a gcutiemau - nd ?lie a pb tut home wlil be found , Reiereiio-s given and required. Apply at 10# West TwentyF fourth street. Board?two single gentlemen, who would apprrriste the attentions ol home, with cheerful soalety, c?n ODtsIn i furnished room with board; a.s i til ) use ol n plmm, aid it desired, ii s!-tion'iu inusle Ml thn Krt n*h language al 11! Willow pi n e Itrookivn, between .ioriMmm ut,m .rl i .. : Ii,-.. xitontI.11' .11 street and b-.mUi ierrim. -eruis n>oie..iu!. BOAW1), 4C.-TURNISIIKP OK I!MPURNIM-UD rtOOMi wanted by two single K<!Mtl''iii?n la i prlv.ite Episcopal family; loo.ut.on bnwen fourteenth nod l-'otii'tta 8lr<.eU. Addri es R. 1' . llerala office. Board fi.u two pxr>oms for st a week, with a lur^e ro: 111 on second Jt.>rjr. with ((rate. c\iset, hot witer * and Viath room, fuel eud li^lit at 1W f.iwt Ihlrty fifili street, near Third avtnue. Broadway akh ktoiith street, no iss, oppo site Clinton Kail.?Rcoiub, wi'ti hoard, for slngie gentlemen '?em s reasonable nlao & very Miperlor suit olrooau cn aecond ll<>9r. front, f >r lamby. Uonrenlcut distance lor walking. I.oeatlon unexceptionable. Board in twenty third street ? a pleasant room on third story front to let. \vi li full or partial hotrd, fndtable lor a gentleman and wife or two nlu*1e itent'eiaen, in a Drat clasa (ruse Apply at 70 West r?-eiity-third stroei. References en hanged, Board for oentl*mrn -a rpaciocb and most elegant room, on ih? seivmd floor, to let wi'h hoied, lire and ens, to gentlemen oulj,la th? brown alone hoiine, No 211 Weat Twenty third alrert ''are ^nd stages oonverlent. ) Board in a raemih family in Brooklyn.?a nin.:Ie geotleraan can he ?.-coraaiodaied with room ami partial board, (.as and ba'li In the house. Apply at 4ft, Let* Street, betweoo Harrison and Degraer. BOABDINAN AMF.RTCaN FAMILY ?TWO OR THIiEE gentlemen can have furnWhed a^gle room*, with break fast and tea, for $3 and $3 M pur week. Call at 4'J UrchirJ Blreet, beluw (jraud. Board in rroori.yv-two la.r<ib front rooms, with pantries atWrhed. cau be ohul ied In a private family. Dinner at six o'clock. Apply at 132 Henry itreot. BOARD in rrooklyn.^large and small rooms. on the s>eond anil tuird tlonra, can he had, with nartlai board, within live minutes' walk of the South or Wall street ferries, at 24H llnnry street, cornor of Cougresj strtet, Brooklyn. No moving in May. Board in bttoort,vy.-a 8inoi.r gbntlkwan can lie acccniinodateil with u fiie and convenient room, well furnlufced, wiilnn live minutes' walk of Wall or SuuUi fcrriaa. .Apply at iMfl Illckii street Board wantkt>.-a oknilbman of kdcoation sod unexceptionable ba'dts desires n meet with a prirste family (nine otiier need an* *er thin) tetldlng up town who Would li I ? handsomely fur' ith"d sitting rwnn and bedroom, With partial board, on reasonable terms, in order to secure a permsnent, responsible qalf t tenant Addrets VI , box l.oOii I'oBt office. . TIOARD WAMTHD-liY AN AmkiiicAN YOUNOL\DT, JL) hi a small I|ttl?( private Umly;n i>e oibers oe>d apply! location lot above Fourteenth street weal Rile. Address, stating t'rnn which mutii be underage, with accommodations. M , box 114 Herald ollice Board wanted-in a strictly private kami ly (religions family preferred) in New York or Brooklyn, by a (lei.tlenmn of clean. quiet and steady htlnts; terms about $4 per week AridrrM A. M., box 37 Heraldoffice. Board wanted ? a family of thsii. about brcaUrg nn fcMMkMpfaff, would sire In exchange for bosrd snd s Hfnitll bonus the u*e of furniture su'Uolent to fur nl?>? tweuty nmrns Including croekcry, (owela sheets, Ac. No objec'lon tohlrlrg It to parties for a boarding house. Address Mr. ltlrdsall. Tlerald office. Board wantkd-on statkn island, for about four months, commencing the first part of May, within flllcen mi'iiiies' wslk or drive of any of the landings, for ? family consisting of two adults, three children and their nurse. Address during this week H. K. J., Herald office. Board wantrd-for a okwti.kman, wife and little girl ten years of age, from the 1st of Msy next, In the tipper psrt of 1he cliy, centrally located' must be in a respectable i.eli;bborliood partial board only for the gentleman; would wsi.t one room and bedroom on the second lloor, wi'h gnu, unfurnished; If soiled will he a permanent boarder; the uuuru utiiBi ii"i carrcu uo or per muDia. Aanreaa a. u., box 890 Post cfllce, Mating all particulars, for one week. BOARD WANTRD?IN A Pt.KASANT FAMILY, FOR A yonng lady' who l? out during the dir. Term* not to exceed $3 per week. Address Henrietta, Ilerulrl office. Reference* exchanged. TJOARD WANTRD-BY AV RI.DRRI.Y LADY AND HKR JD eon, In a private family. Yorkvllle or Harlem pre ferreil. Ideation must bo heslthy. Address w. ii. m., Herald oflice. Board wantkd-hy a youno ountleman and wife, Hther In a boar ilng bouse or a private family, up town. Address P., box 2X L ru?l office. Board wantfb-for a Yonifomarrtedoottpt.e, In a private family, ttlierelliere ere no boadera. Dinner at six Reference* given ard required Addreai A. V. 0 , box 8,"ri Poet cfllce, slating terms. location, Ac. BOAUDIKfl -A PHTYJTF FAMILY WolTLD I,FT TO A gentleman and wlte a large furnished or unfurnishnl ecrond il-ry Iront room, wl'h partial bonrl. No. IM Kut Elthteenlh st, one block abovo Union square, between Broadway and I1 Ifih avenue. Boarding?ha?ds"mkly furnishkd rooms to let, with board, to gentlemen and their wives or elngM Ri ntleuicn. Itath, gas Ac. Dinner at C o'clock. Apply ut ID Bleecker otreet, near Macdoug I street Boarding ?a pi.baban r room on skcovd n.o >r, KMllnble for a gentleman u ml tv te. or two quiet young mni house plain, n(-at and famlh annall, Inking lint te# boirdcrs, a coinfortab.e and plenisnt home at a very reuaaimbla price. Apply at 119 Kast Nineteenth afreet. BOARMNO IN HKOOKI.VN-HiriTS OK RO ?>H OR fttagta nxMim to lei. with full or parti il txnnl, W> men mid tlii'lr wlcea nliivl)' fentleim t>, ?r * pirtv of jmit'e mrn, at lift fini-appla utieet. Itrootlyn, oonvenltnt to ("ultou or Wall atreet ferry. rlOliNTRY HO A tin WaNTKI>?FOB A MvN AMI) BH / wife In a imall private family wfra there lire no olh?r >><>arrf(ra preferred. Location mud l>n plaaannt Hoard plain but good. iitirt prlcu mudemin. Add real, with partluuUra boi 165 Herald "Hire. FAMTI.IKS OR RKflLR P?.RSO<mH OAS OBTjUW VSRY deatraMe room*, Ina'tltaor itna'a. #lth good hoard, on weaonalile twrma, at ?he ftnane Hunan Fourth nveatM. Tranaletit peranna aecomn>o<'ai*d at II 0 p?r day. FUIlNTfiTTP.T) ROOMS, WITH MODKRW IMPROVE menu, with or without board to rcotlemen. Terina moderate Houth ferry Hill <**11 alrnet atafra o??a iho door. Mo. 1,108 I'roadway. one door abore rwenty ilitn atr?<H. FURNISIIM) ROONfl TO IjRT?T ) aiRTLRMMIf, AT 27 Amity at met, with bath, ?*? and nil ih" modern contrail lencea. i erraa inoedrai<\ m ??.?a paaa Ul* door. FrRNIfillfn BOOM TO t,-T TN 8f .1"" I fl PI'tK Hotel, corner of Hudson and l,ntglii afreet* oppoalta the park the moat rtealrahla alto-i'lou in Nniinir mid amnmnr. for ironi ??i" v> I1'"'' w?w?. Km uimnt mmnhi .1 10 iti? h.m?* Kl'RMSTIKl) ROOMS, With Al l, TI1R M 'nFIlM IM proTf to t?t, with or wlihtnt pn-tlnl I. .?rd, nt iWi IrrtnR p!""-, ?tifl block from Union untro ami two block* from the Aonitomy of Mu?lo. m MOAHPPTO AlfP rx)POi.TO. Jj^CKNThHKD ROOMS A1 W V?RI?K RTKKKT ?OW? r nrlvn geoiirmco c?D be < uommiwUtrU with unlcoly fur nUh?tf rfwtm in * nritau* famiJr wb-re tti?y <wu enj ly til r-juili.ru of a bome. ?u and bath lu the bouse. Apply at OS Varluk iirwl, near St. Johii's park. FCRN1P1IED ROOMS TO LET.-TWO VERY furnxlod rooms, on toe tblrd Uoor of house 235 We*i Twi til) fourth atreet. with nr without board, or with all house ki-epli-g privileges; tent of room* 913 per mouth. Apply on be piemlees. _ turmkilkh rooms to let-to (JKMTl.KMKN and r l.-dlee, without board, at 136 Wat Eleveuth streel, coruei Of Sl*lh HTCIIM*. GOO? LODOlNOfl-38 TO 91 UZHTH PKR N1UBT, (1 to 12 SO por week, gentletnui and wife, 7* e?nte. An a*' salient restaurant lu oonoectkro Globe Hotel, earner of Frank, fori and William streets. near the CUj Hail HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET-WITH out board, to gentlemen only; b?th, water closets, An., on Ihe same floor. Apply at 867 Fourth street, near Lafayette place. Murray hill.-board. with laroe furnished or unfurnished rooms for gentl?mcu and their wired, or single gentlemen wishing permanent board. Apply at 20 Kaat Iblry fifth ?.reet, lirst bouse east of Madiaon avenue. Referencea required. OCT! OR TWO SINGLE OENTLEMKN 0\N OBTAIN A very desirable room second floir, with partial board, la Houston street, near Sullivan Family private and location very pleasant and desirable References required. For full particulars apply at 713 Houston street TWO OR THRU OBNTLBMEN CAN OBTAIN PARTIAL board at 228 East Broadway; also a gentleman and wife can be accommodate* with a Urge furnished parlor on second Boor. TWO OR THRKE YOUN'J GENTLEMEN CAN BE Accommodated with furuiibed rooms at 18 East Broadway. Tern very low. Apply on the premises. TWO VERY DESIRABLE ROOMS TO LET. TO GENtlemen on'y. without hoard. The house contains all the modem convenience!. Apply at 378 Fourth street, near La ia.vetle place. TO LET-OMR L?RQE ROOM. WITH TWO OR THREE 1 bedrooms if required, t> a small respectable family, unfurnished; also rooms turnlshed for sinslu gentlemen, or gunfirman and wife, In the private house, 101 Franklin street. Inquire at 10#. mo l.ET?WITH PARTIAL OR WITHOUT BOARD. A 1 nicely furnished parlor and bedroom and large pantry adjoining, with Are and gM, on the flrit floor, suitable for a gentleman and hit wife (full board for the lady only), or one or two ilugle gentlemen; also a nicely furnished airy room on the third floor. In a sm 11 private family. Terms verr moderate. Call at 188 Laurens street, between Houston and Hleecker. TO REIW-WITH OR WITHODT BOARD, HANDSOME ly furnished rooms, consisting of parlor, bedroom and c.lnsets attached. 1 he house has all tue modern Improvements. Ho dther boarder* In the house Convenient to the Second and 1 bird avenue cars. Call at 169 East Thirty fifth street. UNFURNISHED ROOM WANTED,?A OENTLKMAN wa-tsa teat accessible, large or medium sized room, with (Won in it, at about 90 per month reiit. Address A. A. A , Herald office. rTNFURND'HED SITTING ROOM AND UEDROOM ADl joining wanted In New > ork, lor a gentleman, wile and iufartclilli. with hoard (paitlal lor the genttemau), not above Mobth street, ard en it side; Seventh ward preferred. Ad.'.rem 1- , toi 3 S9't Post oltlc", for three da>s ANTED?PERMANENT BOARD FOR A OKNTLK*? mm ai.d wife in a private family or small binrdliig house, between Second and Hfth avenues ai.d Fourth and Flfteei ill slrtels; one lrr*o well furnished room, witli dluri-r at (i o'clock. Addiesa, with full particulars, hi. H.. box I'J12 l'ost office. WANTED?TWO ROOMS, WITH BOARD. FOR K ?U K M persms; location between Twelfth and Thirtieth stn.eti and Fourth and Fixilt avenues. Terms expected to bo modern'. . Address box 1,012 Post office. WfANTED-BY A C.KNTLKMAN AND SIflTBR, I NFl'R Vl tithed rooms, with board. In a private 'amtiv where u1cif 111*1 iiu <h1it utwunnt. ddk i i;irrcai rti nquircu auu (jlvin Adilrtss box 571 Pott office. WANTED ? AN UNFl RNTSIIKD BOOM WITH OH without meals on Sundays, for a young lady engaged In business during the day, with a widow or lit tt small private family, where there are no other boarder* prafeired. A note ad(l>ei>ped l? M. K Mndlson square Post office, stating terrai ?nd location, which must be between fourth ani Sixth avn'tei and * ighteentli and Thirty fchih street*, will meet with proinpl attention. 1 BRIDGE BTKEFiT, CORNER OF STATE STREET, 1 fistery.?Oentlemrn and their wives and a few single g*?tltmen cno be acounmodsted with bo.ird aid pleasant fr ml iooin>; location pleasant, having a fine view of the Hay. Day hoarders taken. Ke'erences required. 7(1 mPkINU STHitftT, THBllR DOORS FROM BROAD I / waj.?To let several h*n is >uiely furnished rooms u. single gentlemen. 1 be location 1* near all the tlrst class iwiteii in! ill of amusement In the eltj. Inquire el AN<33I> fcooas. ion MADISON AVENUE.- THERE IS NOW VACANT lOU n suit of room* on third Hour, lu i llrst clan private house, replete with all the modern conv>nlenc?s aud hand kotui ly lochtfd. Parties kecking tlrat claas private board, can iiuil the aaine ss above. References exchanged. 71 o broAdway, corner wamiing'ion place.I J.O Parloia and bedrooms to let. Meals served In rooms. HORSES, CARRIAGES,~&C. For saie-a very stylish bay mare, long tall and mane. It hands high, perf ctly sound and kind In all harness, a very pleasant driver and a very easy saddle beast. Also, a fine light buggy and harness, both new. Oar he pefiu at llrowu's stable, corner oi Boerum and bUte streets Brooklyn. , For sale?a coupe, nearly new, a six bbett two nix scat carryalls, two two seat no tup wagons. tw< top buggies. two square box, no top. buggies, one gig and a double harness. Apply at 58 West Twenty-third street, ovei the liver) atable. For sale-a physician's carriage, nb\rlt! new, very handsome and comfortable, the owner going Ui fcurope: price #lfO Also a good burse: price $100. Inquire at 452 Grand street, Williamsburg. LX)R SALE?A GOOD FAMILY OR WORK 1IORSK, 1CH r hands i i. li and perfectly kind in single or double harness. Applv at?-, Kasl Eighteenth street, to A. MVKH. between avenues A and B. GH>R IHI IHHMft WAGONS AND HARNESS. A " Urge assortment of light carriages, buggies; grocers', ex press, plumpers and business wag?ns both new and serind bund; also, .HI horses anil harness. I est and cheapest in the cltv, at No. 10 Ne?lus sti eet and 184 Fulton avenue, Brooklyn. F10R SALE?A SUPERIOR PAIR OF COACH HORSES and nn elegant single horse, a fast traveller; also, double ana singir Ilttrrrvs Appiv ?l HIP leu irili:i Bininc iin mn ?ury, An 20 hunt Thirty sevcLtli street, between M&dison and Fo tilth avenues. FOR 8*I.E?A VERY STYLISH OKAY MARK, LONG lull, six years old and slitten liands high; kind In nil hirlees; aould suit * family or pbjBlclan. Auulyitthe stables, lb Greene street l/OK SALE? a BLACK oOUPK UOKMH, lrt'4 r hUh, 7 yearn nidi sound uud kind In double or mng'e har ners. perfectly gentle, and would suit well a lainliy or nb/sl ciau. lie may be seen at J. U. UcnUlckaon's ('.able, 676 Fourth c'refl, n -ar avenue D. Apply to Mr W. B. jA?j'h.SON, al .Vcrir?. Caldwell X Coleman's, 80 Wall street VEItV PINK V "-HSKN'IER H )P.SK, v color bright buy, le,1^ lmids high, between six and st'ven \enrn old; gets up In splen ild style in single or doub'elumen is a beauttlul saleable beast Any gentleman h iring one to match w III do well to rail at the feed store, corner of Slite?ntt street ?tid Seventh avenue. WM. UiKAlf. OK8E, LIOHT WAOON AND H\RNESH WANTRDfor which jewelry will be exchanged; hone sound, kind, 14 to 15 hatnis high; must be a good road horse. Apply to 0. C CLARK A CO., 4Hfi Broadway. HOBPFT POR SALE?PONY BUILD, 18 HANDS UIOII, lit for any kind of work; he has been used In a cart down town fur the last nine months; l? young, nnd a fast traveller. Call at the stable 33* Eighth avenue, until sold, for Oartman. (Trhfs w.vNTKn?a good Pair, bound anii kind in all harness. Also, carriage and harness wanted, In exchange for good city lots In Brooklyn. Any one having the above can have a good opportunity to trade for propertv rapidly lnereaslkg in value. Apply to the owner, B. D. HUM I'HRhY, 37 Liapenard street HOhPKH TND OABRlAfiEfl.-TO BR SOI.D, AND stable to let, one very fine gray family horse, good for the saddle, will drive in single or double harneai ana sound anil kind; price $225. Also, t<> be sold, one nearly new rockaway four seated wagon; price (176, co t $300; one set of (logic harness at cost 91-1; one two wheeled spring cart at til, ccst $15; sadille and brld e at $15, worth $25. Inquire of UKOBI'K r. ru.\, -i:?y nroaaway, or can ue iRen u tne private stable 47 Amity street. ORSK WANTED?FOR CASH, THAT CAN TROT TO wminn In three minutes, age fire years; dark bay mare Preferred; s'yllib. about sixteen hands, without a fault; must k trnuranteed. Coupe and harness also, If aa good as uew. Addiess Otafe, box 112 Herald office. staling price. Light skt double harnkss kob halk-ukkn but little used, and will be told cheap. Price WO. Address W. C. R., herald office. rjONV FOB WALK, Off EXCHaNOK FOR A M'lllT I CaBT HORSK?Bay Canadian Pony, 13 hands hl*h. sound and kind In turness or saddle. Apply in the store M Pine tireet. R"OAn WAOONH.-WK HAVR NOW UN KXHIIIITION sample wagons, In new deslgna,' unsnrspastid In quality and s*yle, with several rew features and valuable Improve ne e is not before Introduced to which *e Invite this attention of gentlemen about giving orders for the oooting season. B&l Wtl KB A < O , ooraer 0I Bram aoJ MoiHireets. ASTROLOGY. Ani.l'I.Wi V ANN CT. M VOYA.Vri?-M. BRUC1, the mysterious veiled lady, can be consulted on all evntts oi life nua has a.?o a -harm to bring people together who are unhappy, nt 170 brand street, secondVhek east of the Bowery, first door, second stairs up FreftO cents. AHTROl.OOY - OR. M 11,mjN UIVKH rilK .MOST KKi,M ble astrological Information to be found in America. Can be founo for a short Ume at 10-, Ka?t Twelfth street, between C ij-fit ai d Second avenues. Uirth re<|iilred, CYlaIKVI 1*ARCK.-MRR Sr.YHOUR, ~ HO KTRINQ J ?trr(t ihf mest successful medical and business clslrvoy ant in America Consultations day and eveulng oil sleiiness, Lusim es, abrent friends, Ac., and satisfaction guarauteuJ al ways or no pay taken. Cl A IRVi'V A NT W ANTKIt-ONK'wiTO HANMtKf KX smlnAlloni of ihe diseases of Invalids To a competent per son who la not already engaged In business, a favorable op portunlty now oflert to oom?cnce and build up a good best ni'M Address t' P W , boi 1*1 H?rt?ld olllco, for one week, w ilh name and address. MAPAMR. WHtiifcR CLAIRYOTAUT, A 111FTRP 8P A N tab lady, unveils the mysteries of futurltv, love, marriage, ai'teetfr ends, sickness, prescribes medicines for all disc ises tells lur.kv number * properly lost or stolen, at 147 Alloa street, corner of Rlvli.g'.ou, . Mrh ratTr'thF hurt clairvoyant AND tndo.'lst In the world; tells all events of life, even your ve-y thnu, his gives lucky numbers, at 2ii0 Seventh avenue, tienr Twenty seventh street. Hours from 10 A. M, to 4 P. M. Fee 60 cents. Nil WHO II AS NOT IIKARKOf T IK KI.KMIl\Trt.i Ma tame PKKWfiTKKf Who has been eonsulted b, tboesends In this and other cltlss with entire satisfaction. Hue feels confident she has no anual. HI** lells die name of future wile or husband. also lliat o( her visiter. If you wish truth Ilve her a tail, at 716 i-iitk avnmie, above Forty seoond street ,;',l'i s .'ill eer.1.1, gentlemen $1 jr I || w\ -riVK Tfl< I'BAND DOLLARS RFW\?n IT''.Is ottered to any person *ho nan surpass Madnine C. In the art of olairvojance 'Mid astrology. Hhe war rants to cure anv dlsi ase In Its norst form, i artli nlarlf rhen mat >m Rile lions of Ule throat or longs N R.?Madame 0. li !. " IT iiarini rimr .ijuni in Tll^ unilflil All wnti *rr umirtrsl. in trm)W?. op nnaixvemfttl In hualnRM m?'iop?, o?\ ? <! ?eo Uili uAlur?Uy (lifted Udy. 0? e 1? Horln* ?tro*. MBV YORK HERALD, TP HODggg, ROOMS, dtC., WAitTEI). AQKIdTUiMAH AND HIS WIFE WaST TflBKR rtomi In a reajiectible looalUy b?lo* Prince street, wilt 1 pity >140 rent per ?biim Adilreaa L. I. L.. llarald u?o? A KHALI, HOC8B-OR A FAKT OK A llOChE. WAWT. ed for* fainrtT of three an ! *< r nut. m goo< loo*Uo? ' F?*rl moderate Addrtaa, guili.* :im Uuolari, W. vkbm?Ul 1>KW, 76'J UrtNtdwny. Apart ok a house wantkd-by a famil.* ok three grown peraooa, within the limit* of Fourth and Twentieth aireeta, and Hecond and Fifth aveuuea. A ll>erU i price (or aultable accommodations. Addreaa L>. o. 8 , Herald ' oflke. J1ARM WANTED.?WANTBD, ON STATEN ISLAND. A small f?riu, with gooJ buildings, *< ., or* col i < , with net ieia thin ten acres of land, la exchange f"r . it-t ?e property In the c*ty of New York. Add rets. alatia ; l > ation, P'lce ami full particulars, W. S. Milledoler, 107 llroj, way, New York HORHM WANTED ?MU8T TROT IN THREE MINUTES, and be joung, sound and kind. Address H, bo* Im H< i?M office, for one week, (tiling age (peed, irie*. .to. I ATI1E.?WANTED, A SECOND HAND 8MIIK UKsT J lathe, to swing thirty (SO) inches aid turn e <t?t (H) le.-t For a ca-h purchaser apply to W. F. FKCKHAa. 182 Kisl Twenty third street. PAKT or A HOUSE WANTED?IN NEW YORK, Drooklyn or Williamsburg, consisting of from Miiee la Dve roon a. w ith privilege In the yard and cellar; mui be In a good neighborhood, ami ouctipled by a small famllv: r??t n?t to exceed $160, Address, stating particulars, Henry, box I860 Post office. PART OF A HOUSE WANTED?BY A SMALL REapectablc family. If comfortably situated, and on moderx e terms, the advertiser would be permanent. Address ti. K box 1.7ii0 Post office, stating rent and location. HOOMS WANTED-FOR ONE YEAR FRO* 1ST OF Muy, on or in the immediate vicinity of Unlua sautre; loom suitable for a dentist, either furnished or unfurulabed. >'Mrtas, stating particulars, Dentist, Union square Post efficp. STORK WANTED?ON BROADWAY. WEST BIDE, somewhere between Worth and Bleecker streets? Ural Hoar about 50 feet deep. Possession desired as soon as poaal! e. Address Wetherbee, Iuternatl>nal Flotei. WANTKD-TO HIRE OR LEASE, A GENTEEL OOUN try residence (furnished woald be preferred) on the Hud eon between KWerdale and Sing blng. Address box Now V'>ik Post office. ANTED?TO PURCIlABK FOR CASH, A Rttr vlL T? stock of fancy or slap's dry goods which will do to seud W ? ??. Address box 1,398 >ew York Post olllce WANTED-A SMALL AND DR81RABLE FAMILY warn to rent from the 1st May next the lower part of a haute, with trout basement, in a genteel neighborhood, ltent not to exceed $M0. Address M. A. K., Herald ollioa. WANTED?TO LEASE, SOME OOOD TENEMENT houses for respectable families, lor wlueh a tair rent and the best city reference will be given. Apply to or address M V., 181 Elizabeth street. * WANTED?BYjA RESPONSIBLE TENANT?*. WIDOW lady of respectability, wmbut ta rent ahou*nin llrork lyn. of medium size, wllh all the modern Improreineins, in a en-eel nelxhborhaod, and not over it niinuiea' w-iln from either ierry. >. 11.?Furnished house preferred. Address for two days 8. C., Herald olhoe. WANTED TO PURCHaSiC-A MODERN Hl>UIN the upper part of the city: price not to exceed e ?ht thousand dollar*; six tuouaand of which will he naid down Addiesa, statuig locution and price, Y. A., box 170 Herald olllce. WAN1KD-IN A CENTRAL LOCATION, A HOUSE, containing gas and water, suitable for two amitl families; rei1 not to exceed $300. Andreas fceymour, Herald oIDcs. WANT1D-T0 PURCHASE OR LKABE FOH FIV? year# a three (lory high at-.np and basement bouse, with all moi'ern Improvements, between Fourth and sixth avenues aud fourteenth and Twenty seventh 8t ee,ls Terms moderate. Address (prepaid), with prise and rent, A. Segulu, I7:i | Macdougal street. W' ANTFD?FOR A SMALL FAMILY, A Til it EE STORY blub stoop house, flnluhed with all the in idem improvements. In a good neighborhood, between Tenlh and Thirty se [ cond streets and Third and Eighth avenues; $800 will be paid lor a sali?facU.ry one Address Housekeeper, box 2,1 6 Post ; office. ! Wl ANTFD?A HOUSE, WORTH FROM $5,000 TO ?7,00i). t TT In a llrstcbias neknborbood, uear Wall street or Atian'Jj ferry, itrooklyn suitable for a private residence. Addresi F. B. Herald office. WANTED?IN A RESPECTABLE NEIGHBORHOOD, between Tenth ana Thirty fourth street*, purl of a h >uae. ' to comprise not lews lhan flvr rooms, besides kitchen. Address M., bo* 131 Herald pm-e^tating Ion est terms. XJtTANT1-.D TO BUY?A WELL BUILT KOUSE AND Tl lot. 18 or 11) feet wide, with the m"dern Improvements, u respei table neighborhood, between Fourth and Nln'h ave ,ii and Thirteenth and Forty sixth streets, three story and ii'tl sw op preferred, at about $7,000. A letter directed to 1'?*| I'm 11 street, italicg price, terms, street, and number, with in' culars, will be attended to. Agents need not apply. ttj ANTKD?FOK A RFSPBCT ABLB 8MALL FAMILY, II three ser\aula-a cook, a chambermaid aud waitress at d one to assist in general housework To good tecommendgirls pood salaries and permanent situations given. Call at 978 6th av., near 2V1 at. WANTFD-RY A OK.NTLEMAN, WIFE AND Ctfl'.D, three or four rooms on the secnml floor of a genteel house, below Tenth street and either east or west of Hroalway (in fleventh ward preferred) Rent not to eneed $iW) tier annum. Address, before 'i hursday night, House Hunter, Herald ! office. ' WANTFn TO BIRB-FOR TDK COMING BUMMER, AT ' V? Karatoc.a Hpilngs. a pi?ln, cotx-fortable, furnished house. Address, with particulars and terms, office No. 6, SJ William street. New York. ' flT ANTKD?BY A PMALL FA MaY. WITHOUT CHILTT dren. a large two #U ry or small three story home, aome. where near Broaaivay. between Fourth abd Twentieth streets; it partly furnished the better. Rent not to exceed $700 to $600. Address J. F., Metropolitan Post office. ! T1TANTKD?FROM MAY 1, BY A QUIET AMERICAN TT family of adults (detlrable tenants, having no young children), the upper part of a house, four or Sve rooms, not less than four; must be east of Broadway, between First tnd 1 Fourteenth streets preferred. Address, with particulars and | terms, which must be very moderate, F.t box 680 1'ost office. WANTED-BY A SMALL FAMILY (NO CHILDREN), P?>t o1 a bouse, containing gas and bath, In a good loo a A ( rcss, staling terms aud location, li. C.. Herald office I WASTED?A TWO STORY ANI) BASEMENT COT. tage In Hrnoklvn, not more than 25 minutes' walk from HiltO" ferry; must be in a pleasant neighborhood anil have I i'an. Willi natures, and water. Address Cottage, Herald office. IV ANTED TO RENT-BY A GENTLEMAN AND U18 1 tt wi;e. four roomi suitable for housekeeping; satisfactory re'' ren: given. Address for two dajs, 11. A., box 101 llorald office. Wanted?a stokk or bkoadway, west side, between Canal and Fourth streets, wlLb dwelling at tnched preferred. Addri sa Immediately, stating rent and location, J. J. J., Herald office. i.nstructioxT ACADEMY OF PENM*NPH1P AND BOOKKEEPING, ,%J Hroadway.?Pupils are received at any time, and cm take their le*sons kt hours to suit tbelr own oonveniencs "Thu | chirographic art la much more Important to mankind than It li generally considered, and MR. GOLDSMITH may very well | clsimtobe considered at Its bead."?New fork Courier and , Enquirer. A LADY WHO HAS HTUDIED UNDER THE BEST masters Id I^rndon and Paris gives lessons In dratvl-g , and Water color painting; alio lu the French language. A<f dress M? 106 Bowery ACADKMY OF LAIfGUAGBH, MO BROADWAf-F, MAKTINKLLJ, Principal.?Instruction given In Fransh. German, Spanish, Italian, I Attn, Greek, Hebrew and English Classes are formed day acd evening. Terms In -Inmns lid am qaarter. Apply > above, to F. MARTINKLLJ. A LADY, WEI.I, QUALIFIED, WIfHKS A FEW MORE pupils In French, drawing and music, together or separately, at $8 per quarter. She would engage In a school to teach drawing and painting, or as mrrntng governess In a family. Address D , box 162 Herald office. AI.ADT, POSSESSING A GOOD ENOT.TSn EDUCAtlon, desires an engagement as ass'stant teacher In a school; prefers going in the country. Please address Teacher, ?2 Barrow sL A LADY, ABOUT TO RELINQTISH HOUSEKEEPING, w i.?hee to procure a situation for a young lady in some gentleman's family, to Insti net two or more children from thu ages of eight to fourteen. The young lady has received her education In the finest institutions, and Is competent to teach English, French and music. She has a good soprano voice and would like an engagement to slug in an Episoopal church. Address M L. W., 590 Broome St. AM, WHO DKHIRE A BUSINESSSYSTEM OF WRITING, bookkeeping and arithmetic, call at ROWR8' commer elsl academy, 347 Brjsdway. lie not deceived by incompetent tea. hers or delusive advertisements. Ladles' or gents' writing class only 92. l.prn day and evening. FRkNCII LESHtsNH QIVKN?BY A LADY OR HBNTLK man eiperi-jiced In teaching. Apply at 8K> lilckastieet, between llarrieou and Degraw, Brooklyn. /1OVF.RNRS8.?A TOTTBO LADY, FIDITCATKD IS E1?0VI lirnd Mid experienced as atoaeher, desire* a aitutilcii ma Iciiillj: ehr la competent lo give instruction tn the Kngllfth Ikik IiW, with F rtucli anil music. Address Stanton, ilerald offler. ' /''OVKRNF.Sfi ? A LADY DB8IRK8 HOARD KOR HKR\T Fell nrd Inn little girls, aged 8 and < years, In a privato family, where daily tuition In the KntrMnh branches, Kreach : mm muslo would bWreeelvr.d a* an ei|nlv*lent for her bur l, ! and she would pay a fair price for tint of the children. No .ibiectlon lo the country. Addresa TuiUon, station O, ilible llouse, A?tor plare, for three days. ITALIAN I.ANtiOAC.K.-AN ITAI.UN ORNTLRMAN, I v ho *i>e:>ks Kreneh ver? well, w lobes to devote a lew hours of the day or > nlng In touching the above language. Addre** It. I?. N., hot lit* Herald ollioe. V'ATIONAI- TRACI1RRV IVSTITUTR-fOR PRINOlpi>!ft and trustee* wantl ,g tea hers nr pupils, an 1 for p\rent* ar?l ?ttarillans having pupils to Introduce to b >.*rdl*lg or day tt heo a Teacher* wanted, for goo I openlniM, at the North mid Koulh. Addreiw Rl<-e 4 Andrew*, No '?*'.) Kro.idwav, N V. N II.?All book* wanted from New York will be forwarded at the publishers' prices. WHRRT.RR'ft WRITING A!?D nOOKKRRPINO AC ADRmv for ladies end gentletn?n, nt 4|<3 Broadway, ovur Wnllsek'* theatre Wrl lng, bookkeeping, .trithmeil,*, A\, laufht on moat reasonable terms, and In a satisfactory mtn n?r You .ire r< spurttully Invite 1 to e.ill and evamiue liU cimrm. ~~~ HI 1.1,1 A III>S. DUCKBS'S 0FLF.1IR ATFT> BILLIARD TABLK*, wnn DKOKFR'S PATKNT MECHANICAL CUHIIIOVR The only r??)ilna* (hm are At on KLAHtltit A'ToRATWI OT7R ABLR 1 P?trptec1 November 0, 1K.W <'?ll or tend tor * elroultr. L. MKCKKR, 90 *nn iirtet. Now York. jpUKLANB IMPROVED B1l.Lt 4 RP T AO'.JW A t. COMBINATION " OCBBTOMI. PATRNTSn Ffclt H, 1W?, OCT ?. tdVl. OKC 8, 1WI J<N <2. IW, ifrtvsMiimi m ifw* Fornele out* by iho mw>ii!?pl'ir?rt, OV<>Ni?fcK ft 001<L?NI)?R, 81 ?tij 58 Ann Ati-1 Uie ?Ucnte?, MirTum. PITMAN. 786 aud 788 ?r<*dw*r, New Tort, ESDAY, MARCH 8, 1859. AMUSKMBflTS. WALLACE'S TI1K\TRR~ 1 43d. 4iUi, I'th, 4?(h. 4JUi, 4301 J muma or TH K \ MKitAK. 1 Li" idirfmbli- .vting, Buyerb tcuirj, ck*rt?in| Mil approurUtc U-Ui:c MAfJMFICLWT TABI.lAPX ootmb!n?d in thin nmr. s i cr.?fn' .1,-kit*. >..>uUnn? to hUtap; ioca have flailed tike ibtmre Biuoe Its production, and om (bare la u yet no laillig "it,iiwiawUJ repeated Fcu'tcentJb week of Mr. WALLACE. n- will t| M?r M THE OLD COLONEL. MR LISThk WALLACE....aa LEON MK HROlGBAM THE YIZiKK MK WHK'TLBIOH KUORNR MR. inun TIIR KM IK Mm li' >Y aMISKH t MIS Jl.'RV UANNON aa BLANCUB ( MR Y?*KON THB WIDOW MR- HI OA N (iULNARB Mr. l'?D> * Mr. Chippendale, Mr. Levere, Mr. Laaoellee, Mr. ( F Hi' f?. Mr. V' inig Mr. Tree, Mr. Bernard- Mr. JetTrtea. M 0. Furtiue, Ml* K. lleurude, Mlaa Tree, la original pa-ta ( PerformAticn terminate before 11 o'clock. The doora will open at 7; performance to commenoe at 7X- ^ WOOD'S MIHSTHEL BUILDING, Ml and MU Broadway, near Prtaoe ?tre '. CROWDED MOHTLY by the Klile and Kaahlon of Uio ciy. Elegantly drtaicd hdlea thr ing Una i WKAUTiPUL HALL. WOOD'B MINBTRRUB. I THE OLDEST AN1) LAROEST COMPANY IN THE OITT, appear every evening In popular acts of NKGRO MINSTRELSY, IM OLD VlfcOINIA STILE. Concluding with the new pantumioie, TOR THE TIUI THE ORBATEST BUC0E8S THH THE EVKR aTIAIERD. THR 1 UK fUK 0RRA1R8T Hl'OGESS TUB THE EVKK ATTAINED. THR IBB THE MYBTIO KYBTIO BYSTIO KYBTIO MYHT10 MYSTIQ BTHTIO BYHTKJ BYSTIO BYSHIO BY8TI0 MYSTIC RPWjL SPELL SPELL HI-KIJ, SPRLL SPBLL BYSTIO BTHTIO MYH1I0 MYSTTO BYSTIO BYSTIO BYSTIO BYSTIO BY8TI0 MYSTIC MYSTIO BYSTIO THR THE THE AT WOOD'S BTNSTRBIiJ, TUB I liK 561 an I 563 Broadway. TUK THE AT WOOD'S M1NSTKKLS. TUB THR ll(lu?ll>?lln<ul?u TMU fHK THH MVRTT0 MYSTIO MYBTI0 MTHTIO MYSTIO MTHTIO MI8TIO MYKTIIJ MYSTIO MVHTIO MYSTIO MYBIIO BPMJj BP KM, BPI-LL BI'KLL BPKLL HPKJLiL MYRTIO MYRTIO MYftTIU MYSTIO MT SI 10 MYKTI0 MVhTIO MYnTIO MYS110 MYSTIO MVHTIO MITsTIO TliE THE T1IK IjAUOIITS R AND APPLAUSE. T11K HIE MV?1 KINOl'H IMsAPI'KA It \NOK. IHK THE LAUOHTKK ANl) APPLaUSK. THE IHK MYBUvttluUo DISAPPEAKANOK. THE TDK TilJC MYBT10 MYSTIO MYSTIC MYMTIO MYH1 TO MYHTIO MYSTIO MYSTIO MVBTIO MYBlTO MYbTIC MYHTIO SPELL Bl'El.L HPKI.Ii BPKL.L hPhi.l. BPKLL MYSTIO MVSTTO MYSUO MY8TI0 M??TIO MVBTIO MYSTIO MYSTIO MYSTIO MYSTIO MYSTIO MYSTIO RPF1.L SI'Kl.i, SPKLL flfVLL, BPfcbL SP " ijij THE IFF;/.! PANTOMIME AI WtJi >.>'. * MlNSI IiBlJi, Ml AND B6S BBOaDWaT, OP?N EYkKY gVn.NI NO. I ?RAMaTIC! ]*PTRIHniON l?V A FiR'T CLAB^ AOTI / or ?Private pno'lg rendered thoroughly competent for the >brfttji',?l prolesslou. Addrtas M.iu&ver, Uuioa t j l^re Pi Bt olllce, N. f. MUSICAIU A PRIVATE FAMILY WILL PISPOPE OF THglR Pianoforte and atool nearly new at an Imavnse reduction from cost to a c?#h purchaser; baa highly flnUhei rosewood cute. Urge r'?uiid cori ers, carved lyre, Ac,; French action, full Iron frame, beautifully ornamented, and for elasticity of touch and fulness of tone Is unsurpaaaed; made to order a short time since by reliable oily makers. Parties wanting a superior Instrument st about half price will call aud cxamlDe before purchafing at tbe residence 148 Wooater street near HousUn. AF1R8T t'LAHS PIANOFORTE. WITH FOUR ROUND corners carved legs, full mouldings, pesrl keys, inlaid will) peirl and richly carved, to be sold under cost price. Oan be seen dally at Mr. M&YfcKS', Mechanics' Institute, 3D Fourth avenue, from 1 to 3 o clock. Anew bono. TIIK WOltDS BT JAMES ooitpojf HBNWRTT. jdc dch'uuui mug, iii adri'i g pnuie," written IV .1. u. Bennett, and reaentiv published for the first time in tne Mew York ledger, ban just been set to music. by thw pop.ilor tjuin poser E 0. Phelps, and la now for sile by the publisher, JRrJ. Lent, 3i'.' Fulton iireet, Brooklyn, and tho principal m.ulc stores in New York. * SACRIFICE FOR IMMEDIATE CASIT-FUM. 7U DCH lave rosewood round cornered pianoforte, over strung; TO selected by a competent judge, and cannot be surpassed for tone and liiueh; responsible diy makers: Iron frame, bean ttfully ornamented, Ac. Apply at tho rcslJeiico No. 7 Socoud ktreel | C^HICKKRINU k BON 8. / MANUFACTURERS OF GRAND, SQUAKK AN1) 17PRIUHT PIANOS. Wsrorooms No. C94 Broadway 0. * Boas have been awarded thirty live prize niodali f&i the superiority of their manufacture lor the tau-.y five years. ALIO rot 8A MAflON A HAMLIN'S M. i'KKIOK MELODEON8 AND ITA R VONIUMB, For parlors, chinches, vestries and lodges, At whok-saie and retail, PIANOS TO I.KT. C"*AU,ANDSEK J LAPD'S N ItW PA.KT.OR ORANP AND SOU ARK PIANOS. A Giit) asm-rimeut Just received, for sale and to let, by Jl DSON t MUMPER, Broadway. C-<reat RAROAIN?A SPI.EN'DID 8RVEN 03TAVE f ?ri>n<I diagonal plitro, made by one of the best maker* and full*, warranted, been In use but a few months and worth Ilni, wlil te sold very cheap for cash. Inquire at 141 Mnth street. ( Ml ftp K KNAU88 RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCES TO , her Mends and the public that she hat a few more vacan oles for Its*. as on the piiuioforte, at $3 per month, at 13* ave Due B. Pianoh and MKI.odeon8 for rent. l'IAN'08 AND mklodkon8 FOR RENT. 1-IaNOS AND MRIJUDKONS FOR RENT. RF.NT ALI-O^ED ON PURCHASE. a. M. KAHOU8E, No. 438 Broadway. Pianos for salk-at great n vroainh in new Turk. Several elegant new planoa, just finished and which for quality, purity and power of tone, and superiority of workmanship cannot be excelled, while the prices are full 30 percent lesstban the same description of Instruments can be bought elsewhere. Second hand pianos taken la exchange. 211 Ninth avenue, near Twenty Qfth street R. QONZALIZ. PIANOS AND MELODEON8?A LARGE A8SORTMH*1 at very low prices. Recond hand planoa from ?40 to SlfiO i Alsnodre organs^ for churches, and all kinds of mtialcal Inatru t HORACE WATERP, agent, 333 Broadway. > Piano for balr at a great bargain for i path. of the ce'ebrated muke of T. Gilbert A Co., B"*ton. ?lx and tw<> third* octaves, with reollan attachment, round r ir t ners. Ac ; al?o, atool and cover. Inquire of Mr. MATUEWd, art Ku!t"n street, Brooklyn. Pianofortes of first clash m akrks, In great varletv of aty'ea, plain or o*r*ed, at lowest eaak i ortcea Ttonoa or ?r?:odeon* t<> let, or aold ou luntalmenta. I J. M. PULTON. Ml and 8*3 Broadway, N. T. 1 SKVKRAI. GOOD SECOND HAND PIANOS NOW ON \ _ hand, wlilrh will be aold at great barjalna. aa they mutt i lie removed Immediately. Prices from $i) upward!. Rnae- I wood nnd mahogany caaea.aquare and uprlghtl of ail, alx and a hal'awl unven octavea I'eraona aboot purchaalng will fiod It to tbi tr advantage to call at the manufactory, 241 Ninth avenue, near Twenty llfih etrect R. GONZALEZ. meacher wahtkd?a grrman or italian gen 1 tlrtnan to teach vocal lunate ami hla own Language. For purtlcu'iira addrcaa H. r. B., Herald olllciv TVANTRD-A BASS SINGRR FOR A CATHOLIC ' T? cht-rcb W uat have a cond powerful vol.* and mad at pliht apply on lueaday, 8tb lnat., between 11 and 2o'clock, at 6S Weat ffliui at. I nrONnKRn i. IMPROVEMENT IN GRAND n.VNOR.- ' T? StWNWAl A f'ONH Invite artlata and the public In f g.nei-al to cOlnnd eiamlne llielr newly Irve.dM oveintrlng ' or and piano, which, for power and quality of tone, la pro- 1 n ...icd r uperl. r to any other graad ul*u.> h*fill>?li> hive < etnnitned It, an ong whom are the beat mnaioal iu Ucaof I lh? eotintry, such aa K Goldbeck, Th, Wagon, (editor of ' the Voai-al Review.) I). C. Hill, W A. King, W Haagn, t[ r Tl" m, W. B.\sr, n. A. W oolleflhruvt, A. H. Wood, an4 I. lu J others. 8TE1NWA V & SONS, Manulactnrerm, ' 82 and 84 talker street. , MKPICA1. nR. M LAKMONT, 82 MhRt'KM HTllKKT, CORNER Of Spring, onpontte St. Nicholas Hotel, New York ?OBce boura iruin 10 w I and 6 u> 8 H. M. flmi<Uya by appointment OR WATSON, ?M RROOMK 8TRKRT, KflOONO fll/XlK ' weat of Hroariwtr. OlOu* hour* trom 8 In the mornlaf 1 l? R la tb? WWIng. ? OR W*RD. 4W BROADWAY, CORMRR OF HROOMS !j street POIce hour* frcm 7 A. M. Ull 10 1'. M d.illy, Sun- ' rla a otcrptrd. ^ licnrro* tiuwtvr'h oyi,y orrtaa ih at iro. s DinI I ?ion tr*at, N*w fork; MUMteh*d A. D. H31 Open from ' vk ?n Ih- nor irV nnttl l?n At nf^hft. J i?l! BARROW, 1f>7 PK1WCE 8TRSKT, W*W YORK- ! I ' Houri of com ultatlpn ft?m 11 till 1 and from 4 to 3. I \p ooopsr's orrtrn, u r>n we rtrewt, nstwrsr 1 ' rhathMti An' Wllil^ra < YM a hi'irWi-tim 8 !i tha morning HiUl" In tho evening Hnmltv" etcoi)te<V I vfl. R OOimSTT, NO 19 1)r ANF HTRPET, 0*3 POOR 1 ! ' from Chatham - Tweiitf n-vm years In hla praaent ape- I rlaltj entitles him to ooQQde uce. l'rlvsle outruico uext door, c A MTJSK MK NTS. I RTIBLO'8 GARPKC ?TUR8DAT, MARCH 8. IBM. N OR*AT ATTRACTIONS FOR To KIOHT. (Dr. JAB I* THaYKK, Etocad appeara?c?or < Dr. J AS. I'?HaT??, ( Dr. J a8. L. THAYSB. pccbow8 ) I>i -i koW 'hI Fecond a parince. LUCK UW'tf ) ( Mr T NEVILL*. Second nI*lit of < Hi. T. NEVILLE. (mr t.reville. TUB BRIOA*DH? > T?K BRI iA.N I)s' Sec >rd n'ghTUK BRIOaRDS' ^ Or. J. L. lbayer will tatrodace the splesdid tratehu Million EUREKA, KUtlKKA, EUREKA, burkka, be property at ChAA. Robin*)*, Esq., of FlshktSJ Plaint. JIRDKRMjIa to CI?DER#LLA. LUKDKRRIJiA. CNDERBLLA. CINDERELLA. CINDERELLA. 0 CINDERELLA. 60 CINDERELLA CINDERELLA. CINDERELLA. CINDERELLA. TIB DF.k ELLA. 80 CINDERELLA. JUVENILE ABTIHT8. JCVENILB ARflblS. I1EI.VILIR, 8IKORIST, LENTON, 81KORI8T, LEMON, MELVILLE, LENTON, MEI.VILI.K, 8IEQRI8T, ... *?-> *? > *?i *" ILL TITB M ark. all the 8tajul INhUBpASSID ENSEMBLE 0* ATTRACTIONS, ? nuiiWiii to men Una In (he LIMITED SPACE OF AN ADVFP1" ? ' ,*T. Wednesday?Two uertormanrca, aru .? r.v'n'nr A He row u?CINDERELLA and the ! lUlftii roupe. B?enm??Full Equestrian BUI?I>r. yer, Ducruw. ' The Brigands " Mr. Thus. Neville. Thursday?CIVDkBKI.LA, the Eqiiastrtsos, Dr Tbay-r, Frldat? Two performances. AferL?oo aud Evening. Allernnoo - I'lN DEB ELLA and the Ku ir?triad Troupe. E*eoirg-F<it1 Equestrian Hill wUh ALL HIE ST A i IB, fcaturday?CINDERELLA aud all the Equestrians Tickets SO cents. Family Clrolu il> cents; Children 25 r ent*. Laura kbenk'b theatrb. LaURA kekn K.8 theatre. Laura krknk*b thk4trk. laura kkknk'h theatre. laura brmmr-8 theatre. LAURA KBVNE'8 THE ?TRE. laura khrnr's fhb at re. LA"RA KERNE'S THRAIRE. LAURA KERNE'S f HEATRB. laura KBJlne's .theatre. laura KEENE'B THEaTRK. LauBA kerne's THEATRE. LAURA EKENB'S THEATRE. ladra keene'S thkatrr. Laura hmrnr'b the.trk. Vbe Increasing popularity and continued success Of our AMERICAN COUSIN, our AMERICAN COUSIN, our AMERICAN COUSIN, our AMERICAN CoUsIN, our AMKRICAM COU81N, OUR AMERICAN COUfcl.V, ollr amerioan cousin, our americas CJUMN, our american cousin, our american cou? in ocr american coupin, 01) H AMbRICAN COI'MIN, OUR AMKRIUAN (X)UMN, OUR AM KB I CAN COU81 N, OCR AMKMOAN COUSIN, wbi< h bu been presented mjbtly for an unlnterr iptsd pound of uM FUNDRKB AND TWENTY FOUR NIOHT8, ONH HUM KK1> AM) TWkM'Y KJL'R NUtlM. ON K B U MI b K J? AND T WkNT Y K OUR ' N IlillTS, ONK HUNDRED AM) TWi-NTY K.'DK Nl )IIT8, DNK Hl'MiKi l> AM) TWKNT* FOUft NUHH, (INK b UNI KKI) AM) TWhM'Y FOUft NI'+HTH, ONfc IILNDhr 1) AM) TrtKNTi FoUft MUIH'M, (INK lll'MhKl) AM) T *I* NTY FOU ft Nil.HlM, OnK UlM)Kdi ANO T WKJ.TV FoUft Nl IHT8, ONK bUNDRPD ANI) TWKNTY H>U< NIGHTd, ON K BUMIKP.I) AND T*K* IV J OU ft M'idTS ONK UUNLiRP.H AM) TWENTY FOUft NlUdTH, (iNh bUNDRPD ANO TWfcNTYKoUft ulnUTS, ONK HUNDRED AND TWfcNTV KOUll Nl.?HrH, ONE HUM'M^D AM) T*1* Ml Y F./Ult M.1HT8, (INK BUNDRKD AND TWENTY FOUft NW1IT3 ONK HUM)RKD AND TWKNiYP If.l Nt ?ura, ()N K HU) llB k D AND TWP.NTYKOUA NUiHIN, Oi?K HUMPED AND TWENTY KOOft ND.HM, ONK HUNDbh.D AND T W K?T Y F< )U * M-iUi.J. durliiK whkii UO'f It bat hren w1u>*??e<l by til* k Nt.KMDU<i Ai.Uitk i?TK >n(iRMoU8 A(JUftK'?alk RMJ?MOU8 a*?*? d f O ATK knubmol8 ao'irpuate PNOIiMoliti auork<?atk PKOKAOI.S AliliBKiJATK Kr. JuW jUB AUGitEiVATK kn'irnouh AU01'K')*TK km kmous aourpgatk fcnokmoufl aqurfdat* or TWO IIUNLfK P AND H.iiVEN TfTOCS,'.NH PEOPLE, TWO If MRU; AM) fcl.- 1 KN THMI'SA ND PEOPLE. 1WO IJ M hH) AM i LtVKN TU0U8APD PEor^B, TWO III'MUKhD a A J) IXE\XN IHOUHAND PliOPLK, IHO I 1 N I) MI SKI) H.tV!> T!ill!'8.*yi) Pguf fc i?*o i undhH) and h.:-' n iiioi and pklple, ,t ) UtWl (KJ and pi ) I i I Ik .iaNI) pkoplk, iv o 1 t m'rkam) > 1 v .n 11-jl\s and pkoplp:, 1\V<? jll'NDIiKD AM) K KV-J- tfi.rmnl. pkoplk, 1 wo ill ndrpl) and kl.p.vp.n thc.ubaNI) people1 twfe Ill ndhkd am) ki.p.vfcn thoueand people, 1WO III M B) l> AND p.1.kvkn TPOl SANI. PEOPLE, ]?ii mm r* d and h fvkn TH!up-nd pfople, 1w( iii nop k > ani) ei.p.ykn t oubam, people, two DlNIii.Pl) AM) KLk VK;r 1 EOCHaNI) PEOPLE. H'MjRF.D A N P ELEVEN THOUrtANI) PEOPLE, T?0 1 I Nl KM) AND EiEVFN TH >U8*ND PBOPLB, TWO 111 lirnp.D AND Fl.F.V-N TBOCAND PEOPLE, TWO 11 NUhhl) AND KL> JVN ^H(^U8^ND PEOPLE, TWt M NDRKD AND hl.EVEN TH:)LmAND PK JPLE, v. l (i lihve iuvaruUly tentliieJ llieir Approval of lti merit! by UptOKficlll ( HCfTB OF LAUGHTER AND APPLAUSE, PH 3H18 OF LAUUlitI P. ?ND aPI'LAUSE, P.HC liTS OK LaLOHTRH AND AJ*PLA11PE, PBOUTb OF LAUUl1P;iv AND APPLADBS, fcllOL'lP OF l.AUOHTP.R aND APPLAUD, PI1OLI8 OF LaU^HIKH AM) AHPLAU8K, PiPoi'ifi OF LAUHHIP.K ANJ APrLATHig, piiOl 'i8 OK 1au.jh1a.k AM) applause 8D?H "If Of LaUOIJ r it R AND APCI.ArSd, SiiOlTK OF l.XI'UliTP.H ANlJ APPI.aUPE, SL'CLl.T OK LAUUIJIKR AND APP1,AU-P:, PI10L18 OF LAUJH1P.R AND Al'PLAl'HE, ftl.Ol lb OF LAUUIilKR AND APPLAUSP; FHOnS OF LAUGH IKK AND APPLAU8R, SIIOI 1 b JF LAl'UuItR AMI APPLAUSE, Induces Uie mauKfecneu' to minour.re u fur IIEPKHTION KVB.KY AVKNINO. REPETITION EVERY KV/.MXd. hKPEUTlON EVERY EY&NINO. RJ PETITION EVaRY EVENING. llH'Ki 11 lU.N KKf.ftY E KNiNG. hl.VKIlTlON KW.KY K\ k.\ I NO. RKPKT1T ION KVEKY t.Yk MNG. RKPKliriON KYEItY KVT.NlnG. Ri>PKI 11 ION I.VKhY HVI NINO. RKPKTITION EVERY EVE.VUfQ. Ol'H A MRhlt'AN COL'blN. Af* Trencbard, a l.ve Yankee Mr. Jelfar*>n Btr K lwaiil 1 lKnthard, a I'urynSLra twruuet Mr. Vuraj Lord Itnudrearj Kr. Soiberc Lieut. Vernon, R. N Mr. Levlck Capt d? boot* Mr. Krma r <,v >, Attorney ? la* Mr. Kuroett Ahrl Muroot, hit oiert Mr. CouMook Blnney, a bitter .ltr. Peter* Budli&Jtnbe, I?ord Pimdrevr'iman ...Mr, MoDcuaU John Whicker, an uuder garditter Mr. R. Bmwu ?! rem* Tr^uclmr 1 M!*l Laura tote Mrs. MountchMain.flon Mm Mary WeUea Mary Merldltli Ml* Sara Stereo* Sbtrt>?, kil? TrenrhArd'ii ai'd M u Flynti iJktilett Vr*. V uTxhctslncWD'* rraM II a. La tick To conclude with the bkhly mc.-esaful w AfcHTNOI un i ahlraux, washington talif.kll/x, WASHINGTON TA1'L?aUX, Washington tab^fai x, washirgto* tasl.KaVX, WASHINGTON tablk<ux, WASHINGTON T a Hl.k A I? X, w ASHIN'fON TABLEAUX, WASHINGTON TABLEAUX, Washington tableaux, Ie*lin?d lia (llalit llluatra ton of lb* LIKE OF WASHINGTON, ind conriatina ?t ,h" followtntr:? WASHINGTON AH A Kl'RVFYOR, WASHINGTON AS A bl' R VKYOR, WASHIA01 ON AH A Sl'KVRYOR, WASHINGTON as a BIRVRYO*, washington a8 a rl'kvkyor, WASHINGTON 48 A FARMER, WASHINGTON AS A FARMER, WASHINGTON AS A FARMRR, WASHINGTON AS A FARMRR, WASHINGTON AS A FARMER, WASHINGTON AS A SON, washington as a son, washington as a son, WASHINGTON AS A SON, Washington as a son, WASHINGTON AS A GENERAL, WASHINGTON AS A GENERAL, WASHINGTON AH A GENERAL, Wicnrnnf^v A a A hhml-D *? WASHINGTON IS A oiStCRAL! mem puled by Incidental and descriptive music, arranged iy Mr. tinker, and preceded by hla Popular National Overture, ntrodnelng the celebrated alia of "Hall Columbia," "Star <paugled Banner," "Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean," 'waahlngton' Grand March," and "Yankee Doodle," and tarnlnattiig with a grand description of a battle. I>r*?e circle aeau may be aecurea one week la advanca with>nt extra charge?AO cent* each Doora open at >K; to oommence at 7K precisely. BARNUM'8 Ml'SEDM.?SrCTSBS BEYOND EXAMPLE of the new dramatic company at this establisnment. Kngagement of Mrs. J, J. PRIOR, the popular AmTloan araiie. Thia afternoon at 3 o'clock. THE |)KAI> SHOT and URIAN O'LINN. Dunce*. songs. music, 43. Evening at k o'clock, THK HARVEST IIOMR, In which Mra. r.J. Pri or will make her appearance. No extra charge to sec the A^ua la. I.lTing Ser. enu, Ac. Admittance 29 cents; children under en, 13 cents Parfpie t scats, 1 j eects addlilonal. EYKRKTT'8 NEW ORATION ON "FRANKLIN." Academy of Mualc, Wednesday, Mirch 9. Reserved seats $1 each, it 81 HULLS', 30 Wall street. Acad km y of Mrsic. TIIB TESTIMONIAL TO J. B. BROWN a til take place at the Aca lemjr of Musiu 'on FRIO a Y evening Much 11, 1859. J. B. Brown will recite several pieces and nppe.ir In scenes, iMlsted by Mine Victoria Randolph, ber first appearaoce In mMIc ether talented pupils will assist. Prof. M. Oolbtirn md a lady f'om prl?ate life, M-e. Dr. J. J. O'Brien, In noma voro the Opera. The wonderful chll I pianist, Mim Liuie dar Is, In choice selections (icorge F. Brlstow will preilda at ht> pla> o concert realtng. with appropriate gesture, by hlrty issoe. The whole firming ail enter :alnnaent v tried, ileaalng and Instructive. Tickets. 60 cents, may be h v l at the ni.slfl and book stores, whore programmes can be obtalnuJ. All m'sinksscorrespondence withmr. peter Mt< hint's and daughter, Mlw Caroline Rich.ngs. addr-as o their ageiit. BonJ. DnOl-la, S30 South Krunt st. oet, 1'bilaJel ibia, Penn. A* APHMYJUF lie RIO. j I_? n r<<ra Hirinriiju F , r\ r. H r. I I H left lirfl On be Llie of Fr*nkHn for title M 831 Broadway. a RKOOND rtRAND iACRKD CONCKKT WILI. IIS l\ (|lv*n on Tutaday ereiiln*. March s, hi IheChnroh of the mmaculate Conception. Fourteenth itr.-n, near uremia A, at he req'ieat of aevetal who were 10 delighted with tint given n fund ly evening laat, and to nfTird a front number, who on.d not on that oceaalon be acccmnouaied. the opportunity if hcnrlnft tbe apleudlil new organ Jn?t placed la the church (he miecru of the flr?t concert, the fact that Mil OradJrl til Kli.R her two flneat aoloa, that Mi Hcrelber will piny hit trand tanlaale, Hotivenlr de Hrllne. that Mr. H?r*e and ith-r alenlrd ai'let* will volunteer (heir aervtoeJ, e aunw a? ''row.l <t fin audience na that of latt Sundav evening Ticket* N) enta; referred aeala, 7ft renin. to he had only at th" door on he avenlnK of the concert To co-n.ne re at 7', o'clock I*. M oncert u> be under the direction of Ouaiavu* MDmlta, orgau t of ihu church. n\!0 AETt> ? RTTrT~ T'-ACTI RS AND WTtnOl* A an RtNFKrt "V f illy Mi rn < J th-t! the ?eb?rrih?r ii now aniline the be* .-'i 1 < il ?n.l ? te, ,-olor*. iTiilhM, paateW draw e>. purer*, ?C a' ' ? er p'tcea t><?n any other h" i?e Id thi Ity, w. .ii'llAIJi, AtMU oolenut, UW I'rodaway. 7^ AMVSKMKMT8, T>HO*nW<T TBFaTP.15. 13 Prr>|irtHi>r and Mun?*er Mr. H HiM* lliiiutr ... Mr. N B. l!ltrj| Lea'ieruF the Hr h^stri lulmn Witu fct ">4 o'el<IckIn,ie 111 Ua'*_1,l'"ri' ?',en curl*111 , , . KOaI * or PRICES. The whole of the beautiful raruott 16 mntl frm ? trcle AO mnta | wnlly (Jlrcle J? cwM A Auu.blthH?ir? com oritur Uie ealM third kdiI fourth Uert, r.*pklile of ?e??la? 'i.lXjO person*. aAmiaehxi . ... ...if OWM TOWnAY KVENINO, Mu-h H 1M9. AM) tVKHV KVRHISO DlHINd IKK WKMIt Ml aKM'KKI A N kk'.viv"i The Manager micouncet tbe revival of Saaiipnre'a subllma tragedy ot *BrroNT anij clbopatra which will be produced on a tenit of aplendor na?8r be/ora equalled In tilin city EVERY S<ENK IX THE PLAT 18 NEW. KVEBY COfiTCMK IN THK PI.AT IB NKW KVKRY PKOPKhTY IN TUK P1,A> ih NHW. lfce following authorities L ve been oonau te I Id th.: prodneti< n of tbll great play:?Gllddou'a All m i hsypt, Plulwcfc's J. X. Eacbenbi h Manuel ol Classical Liutrunrik Puke's Greek Aatlq> ?, Bo-nan AntlquiMes, Joseph* Tboa Hope 1 )osttimes of Annt?ut Kgypt, Dtodorus. sir J, Gardner Wlil mn'ip"' Isracomiotof the Ancient EgyDdaaa, Champ m, Deo"?, i?a.us?, Morion, Crania, .EgypUca Ac. Tbeorei painted by Mr. Almy anil assistant Machine y Mr. S. Wallls and Assistants Ooatuti ,1 <n correct authority, by Mr. 8. WalUa l'ropei u-a i Mr. WaldrM Tbe entire play produced under the immediate direct ton of..."...... Mr. E. BMr a caat of characters will embrace tbe names ot Mr HARKY PlURbON, the celebrated and aokuowledied Engliali comediua. Mr. J ft HOWU. Tbe talented and aooompliahed Mile. DUCY RARER, Mad. POMBI. Miaa A I,ICE ORBT, Mr. E. EDDY, A DOTTBI.R CORP8 DK BALLET. and a numerous trnln o' aanlUrl?a. 8YNON81H ur BCKNBBY, DANCES, INCIDENT! *CL A(Vr I. Pcene I.?Exterior of Cleopatra's palace la ancient Kgrpt? Arrival of Antony and Ole.-matra, an I th?lr tralus of Rasaaaa and Eg\ ptlana. Scene 2 ? Rosae?An apirtment In th* hoaea of Caosar. Scene 3 ?A roim?The palice of Cleopgtra. URANI) HALLKT. Orand Pas bv Ducr Barn A(T II. Scene 1? Roman palace and arches Scene 2 ? Alexandila Room In the ptlace Scene 9 ?Dick of Pompey'a galley. ORaND liACClUNAUAN FKA8T, after the manner of the ancient Rom&na During this act a GRAND MOVIHO PANORAMA OF T1IR RIVKR NILE, with a view of the Pyramids?A sclent Coiosl? Ancient Egypt sod her monuments Ibia sceue la one of tbe most gorgeous ever presented, and cannot fall to eieite 'he curiosity ot all, and Is well worthy the attention of ill lovers of nnsleai history. ACT in. Scene I.?Alexandria?Cleopatra's palace. Scene 2.?Walla of Aibena?a nlony'a army on the march. Scene 3. ? Home? Room in Ciesar's bnute. 8,-e?e 4.?Antony's oamp, near tha PiemoDtory of Actium. bcene ft.?Pea, near Actium? GRAND NAVAI, liATTl.K BY 1HK ANClKNf KOMAM& Scene 5 ?A plain near the sea Scene 6.?Alexandria, la aacient Egypt. AOT IV. Feene 1 ?Roman ramp by moonlight Scene 2 ?Piala MM Alexandria?assembling oi the legions ot Aiit?} and G'le? patra. Scana3 ?Ctossr't cnmp?Daylight Scene *.? GRaM) B aT'(T,E?TABLEAU Scene 5?A p ain, R<.tn>in landscape Seene fi ? Squire U* Alexandria?Itomun aud tgypliau legions?CroAnkg ttf AMtony by Cleopati a. ACT V. Scene 1.?Ctesar's oinp by in'iouligbt Scene 1?Palace It Alexandria. x'rnf 3 ? inittlur of C'leop?tra's inrt. Scene 4 ? t- rypttan palice? PKaTII OF aNTONY and clwopatr a. .-iiitrnnce of Casar and his forces?Ij&ment actl tableau. 1 lie ai*>ve great production w li be acted every evoutng onMl further notice. beat* ci d be tecut atl tor any evening during the week. Bow I KY THlAXftf. I,e nee* Mesars. O. L Fox and J. W. LingarA Tueat ay evei tug Man h H, OIK KNUI.IsO COUSIN. lion. Augustus Fiuhiirry Cecil Mr O. L. Fo* THE SCHOOLMASTER. Master Bobby Sir Q. L Fob THE RAGPICKER OF P4R1?. TBEATRK FilANCAJS bsi Btiadway. F. Widilowa et C Sage Dtreefwn B. Tbiery Kegiasew i h. Francois Oontrfiiear VallKnt <'hnf d'orobnstr* K. Bmere IViutra d> SaooraMoM UBAr.DK OUVKBTITKE M AlU'X, 3 MAUS, 1809. Premiere representation de nr. paul laba, i'u Theatre Fran^als, tie Paris. P/einjire rep-ngm'atinn de Mile. LaURKNOK CHEVALIER, du Theatre dfs Vartrtea, de Parla, dan* ON ( h N- FM K.Mr Du ? US, Comfdle vaudeville ?-u deux acteg. Mr Paul l.?ba rompH'a le rule de Alexis Rniusaauski hlie. Laurence Oh-??a!i-r . ? lul de 1 Imperatrlce ue Susdtai Its autre*"rOlfs par Sil ts Jane M ,aUioa\ix, L. idae, MM. Toliot, Deii'atn Th>*ryet t?'?on. Premiere representation de % Mr. BERTRAND, da Conserratf Ire de Pari*, dnaa UN MONSIEUR (Jl.'I PRTND LA MOUCH*, Cornicle furry, en tin arte, mlj'Go de onnplets .limfe par MM. Her rand, oremle.ecoralque; Tallot, Kdgari, Thlery, Leon: M'lcg. Jatie, Montbeaux. Pour plug de details voir lea pmirammn* Lea turcaux seront ouverta a 654. On ocmmencera a 7Jfc> BRVANTR* MINSTRELS, Mechanics' Hall, 472 Broadway, above Grand otreeC Monday, March 7, and ever* night dnr'ng the week. TUB KXCELSIOR TROUPE OF THE WORLD In a new variety ot ar nga, dance*, scenes, burlesques, coat caUtUs. JF.KRY and PaN BRYANT, the popular comedians, as the Prtmn tenor and baritone. It THE BURLESQUE ITALIAN OPEBA. Doors ot en at 6),; curtain to rise ?t 7,vi o'clock. Tickets 2S 8. Hitch coon's national concert hall, 172 niw Cana! street. CONCBBTS FOB THE PEOPLE. CONCERTS FOR 1HC PBOPL.E. The beat conducted and uinst rHapectalilo concert b?n in thi ctty. COWOEB18 MiR TUB PEOPLE. CONCERTS Ft>B THE PEOPLE Mr. W. HARRISON, tae great extemporaneous comic stager, ev?ry evtning. CONCERTS FOR THE PEOPLE. GONCSRTH FOR THE P HOP I.E. Miss EMM V FROTHIngHaM the popular aad beautifoi CONCER18 FOR THB PEOPLE MlfaFAKNYCOLKand Mile. MISIMTA. the faaclaaUa* danaetwra. CONCERTS FoR THE PKOPLt HARRY FOX, the popular Detrr-' u'rf rme? THE BEST K.N TKRTAIN KENT IN TtfK CITY. AiiMiiSIUN 10 Ok. MS, ADMISSION It CANTS, lncludi ga Refreshn.cnt ticket. W. HITCHCOCS. Manigerand Proprrtor. SECOND GRAND S4CRKD CONCERT At the Church of the IMMACULATE OONCEPHON, Koiutetulh strwt. near avenue A. ou TUKBDaT KVJtNINO. March 8,1589. To oe Rlrm at the rrrjurat of many who were 10 delighted nlth tl?. given on Suudaj evening Feb 27, And to atltrda lirge ulimber *l?o couid not be vlmltted for want of ace.namoda'.ion ou thst occasion an opp iftunlty of eDjoying a musical tru.t of which tliey <vere u>eu deprive J, and also to help aelray ti.f expt rse ol the new organ. 1 or this a :ctnj concert thr lull ?wmg art-ats are engaged:? Mra? CAK4DOHI, Prima Dc.noa from the Academy of Music, who will *ing two of her Brest solos; Mias ALHHKCHT. 8>peano;. Vi?* BAIjLARD, alto; Mr UAKTVa.n, BariUne: Mr. 8GHRFIBEK, w ho will play hi* grund Fantaale fie Bellini on tee Cornet a Fieton. A Gmr.d Choral Society, ennslailn? of Thirty Main Voloea, who wl'.h the Solo Singers, wUl fortua choruaof about Flftj Voices. Also, Kr W FEROF, Orgarlat of the church of St Frauds Xa?ler, BUteenth street, who kluifly volunteers Lu aeryljea. PROOR* MMb. PART I. 1. Grand overture cn the organ W. Bern* 2. Oratorla Pastorale L&uibiloM 8<-lo and Chora*. 3 InSamatus, Solo and chorus Roaaiai Madam* Caradori 4 Riterapnre on the organ O. SchnaKa 5. Quare dliecta duet (or soprano ami a to LimblloM Misa Albrerhtand Mis* Ballard. 0. Tantum Ergo, Nolo baritone and nboru* Mercadanit Mr. Hartmaa. PAST 1L 1. Gloria Q. BohatttS "Oul Tcllis. " Bolo quartette with chorua. "Quoniam," Chorus lor male voices '-Cum Sptritu Sancto," chorua finale. 2. Grand soprano solo Verdi Madame Caradori. 3. Solo CoraetaPlston (grand fantaaie, ' Souvenir de Bellini") L. Schriebar Mr. L. Bchrelber. _ 1. r.xirinpnrw on <nx organ W. m*t* 5. Laudate Dotninum, Qrand chorua and baritone olo O. SchmHa Art UMION OOMCSBT hall, 487 Broadway. ' More novelty. silas d. balhwir, The grcAt Indian JuggfcT and Halao<-?r, who*) aatonndta* r?u cauaad ?o much excitement lu hli lour througt Um UaNal ***"' thr BBOTincna harrisonb, I he renowned Aerohata, I ate of Aatlev'a Theatre, Londoo. MISS AKWIK ltflARDWKLli, MISS ANMK BOARPWRU* 14188 ANMIK H(1ARI>WBI.U WITH THR WHOLR STAB CORF ART, Mlnatrcla, Danar iiana, Comic Ba'lada and Sentimental Slngtnf, Jngglera, Acrnbata, Ac., WADSOORtH 1 rox. Proprlefaiwfc RRCANTILR IJBRART ASSOCIATION. The Beard of Direction hare the rleaanre to announce thM, tn compliance with an Invitation ei tended to blai by a largo nuiiber of our eltlzena, The Hon KDW ?RD RVRRRTT . baa couacotcd tu deliver, nniier the auaptcai of their uaoeiatio >, bla addreas on I UK EAIU.Y L1FKOF l-KANKLIN, at T1IK ACADEMY OK MCSIC, o> WKDNEFDAY KVKNI.S1, Mirch 9, (U 3 o'clock. Ticket* 60 cent*, aecured aeata SO cent*extra; to b? had ?t the library, Aetor pl*ce and Ha. I t Sun'a, comer of iiroadway aj<l l'ark place, aud at Mbell'a, 2i! Wall a reel R. A. ti aOH 1 At CbitroMn of I .as Com. RIR. D. MIRANDA, TRNoR VOCVLtST, OF THB ivl Tliratre Hotal, l>ri;rjr I an?and I'hilliarmonlo I'otiuaiH Kilter Hall, London, cosUaura to give vocal ioetrurUim, to. Termaff t?r I'-non. or $10 per unarter. Vocal engagement* attended to. 401 rourlb atreet, N. V. Thr inhibition oraioNoi x sgrbat moorlioh* OF >' i AH AS* will positively clnee March 10th next. tiO'JFlL t- UALUHY. M. KNORDLCR SWt Broalway. 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