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THE WAR IN EUROPE.
LORD JOHN Rr.T5iSEr.l- ON THE POSITION OF
EN at-AND.
At a nricrtinjr of ?'" '"huh rimuors of '.ondou, at the
Alb on trad, ?1 ib- " Vr. of April, Lord J. tia Ries li thus
q-ok as to England's preset-*. relation* with flu'i'iiftt
Power.'- Th?r? ie a queeiion which ta aOn'onM some
ailUPS, 1 u. the gravity 01 *' lit. baa glo?Uy increased
Witl.in tbo I??t lew dais. 1 iM'-au the prospect of a w?r
(>u tbc Continent. (Hear, hear.) Now, we are in a position
which enables ub to Judgs fairly aud to act fairly
among all these parties; and the conclusion at wuich I arrive
is, tbal the great Power a that have beeu c<>-oernei
in lbia matter?France and Austria?have mill been very
much in the wrong. (Hear.) That there was a real grlov
ance?that tome aeUkiment waa required as to th ' state
of Italy, which bad tor aome year* been occupied by foreign
foreign forcea, no man can dotty. (Cnocm)
But, In my oplniou, instead ol armiug and tueu do
iriauding a Cougrcss, and proposiug, alter large fores
bad been collected, and after the young men of
Italy had been summoned to tbo standard of ooe
pi the contending States, that the several 1* 1 *orl
Should disarm, the pre per course would have been to have
bad a Congress and coofereucoa in the first p'aue; to have
bad tbo subject fairly talked over and deliberated upon by
the different Powers of Europe; and to have ascertained
What were the grievances ol Italy, aud whether ber cran
plaiota could not be peacefully considered aud peacefully
redressed. 1 think, until such efforts bad failed, that
armies ought not to have been brought into the field.
It waa boped when, in IS68, our if in inter was at the Paris
Conlirence, that some improvement would have anen
nl.aro m the mn.tr it which ml arrets of tills kind would ia
future be considered, atid that, Instead of rushing pre ipttaleiy
to arms, tbe diilert-ot Powers, remembering lb ur
own responsibility, reoolleoting Uio evi'B that a'wtia follow
ujon war?tbe Oelds tbat are devastated, toe families
that are reduced to poverty, the blood tbat is abed, and
tbo ruin tbat oft? n ensues to wbole country?
wou'd agree to meet In tbe first mats <co to
consider tbo views of all tbo Poeors wbicb
were Lot immed'ateiy Intereated In tbc quarrel,
and that in Una manner tbe evils of war mignt have baeu
prevented. ( 'beers.) I am sorry to say tbat, bowover,
these Powers appeared to agree at Paris to 1868, wnen
there was no question of tbis kind Immediately before
them; in tbe present instance they nave not followed the
course then suggested, and tbat only a fortn gbt or three
weeks ago a question waa raised of the meeting of a Con
dress, after large armies bad been collected. <>entlemea,
it is very difficult to say who lain tne right lu tbe quarrel
to which I am le'erring. According to nil tbo accouuu
that we have received Austria has, however, declared horsed
determined to strike the first biow. lu so rar, Austria
is, undoubtedly, in the wioog not to have exoausted
every means of procuring pouoe before she bad recourse
to arms. (Loud cheers ) But, unfortuuaioiy, aitaorgb
tbe cause ol tbo Italian people?their wish to obtalu good
government, and to exchange servitude for frO"do??is
worthy of all approbation, there have boon mixed with
tbat cause views of ambition?views of territorial
aggrandisement on tbe part of other Powers?
wbicb would prevent our giving our ontire sympathy
to those who sand in tbeir camp. (Cheers.) I cannot
believe myself that tbero was any necessity, as
things stood, for ether France or Sardinia arming to
the extent tin y have done Well, then, if such be tbe
case, what is tbc part wbicb we ought to pursue? Toe
only opinion that bar been expressed upon that subject
has beeD given by, I must Bay, a very high authority?the
pieeent First Lord of tbe Treasury. I have here tbe words
which be is re|K>rted to have used. They are words of
great gravity and importance, and it behooves all the
people of the United Kingdom to pouder tbem when tbey
are cbooeiDg representatives for the new Parliament.
(Cheers ) Ol the IHih of the present month Lord Derby
iu rrrArtcul Irs Viarn ncaaH thuQA urnPilu in Ihn dftiiaa nf
Lords ?
Krgland Is daepl* Interested in the maintenance of pea*
8h?- la iiiepareo to tneke almost any aaorlfloe fur tout obje-t,
but In the loures- of peare the cannot assume a position which
would riace her In ? helpless and de'enneieaa condition. aid It
war breaks out whatever be tie consequence, oir neutrality,
as long as It n>ay U?t must to a certain extent ha an a-med
neutrality, (nahlitg us to take our part on that side, whitever
It may be. wbirb tb- honor, the Interests and the ci<nity of the
country may indicate as bast deserving our support.
Now, I must tell you bow far I agree and bow far I dis (trie
with this declaration of the policy of tbe government.
I entirely acquuece in tbe opinion thit fCnglaad
ought not to be id "s helpless and defenceless cue 'itim."
(Loud cbeers.) I should say that past government*, as
well as tbe present government, are to o aui.i if, at this
moment, she Is in a helpless and defenceless sute. I do
not believe myself that she is In susb a condition. Torre
are come parts of ber defensive force?her navy and militia?which
are not to as gcod a state as I should w>sh to
see them: but that this country isqutte able at tho present
moment to del e id herself against auy oLomy who may
appear to attack her, I entirely believe. (Load coots )
1 believe, further, that that is well known, and that there
la no enemy prepared to attack her. (Renewed cheers )
Well, but tben lord Derby goes on to say our position
must be one of "armed neutrality." Now, that
is quite a different thing from being in a position of
defence. It is one thing to be in a position in which
you can d'fend yourself, and another thing to be
in a vwitioit of "armed neutrality," by which you. signify,
though you do not directly declare, thai you mean to take part
with one iide or the other. <Cheers and a cry of " No.")
The " armed neutrality" adopted half a century ago by
Russia and some other Powers was an armed neutrality
intended to be offensive to this coantry; and so offensive
to this country was it, that she sent Lord Nelson, her ben
naval commander, to put au end to it. (Cheers.) Now,
it appears to me that our position ought to be oue of fair
and honest neutrality?(cheers)?ready to defend ourselves
If we are attacked, but not intending to take part
with either of these two great Powers, if they should go
to war. (Prolonged cbeers.) Why, I may ask, are we
to take such a part" What questions of tho honor, the Interest,
or dignity of this country are likely to Inauee us to
take a part? Let us suppose that we were to take a pari
in favor of what may, to entbuaiastic minds, appear to be
the cause of tho liberties of Italy, Supposlig we
wero to say?" We will take put with France and
Sardinia, and will drive Austria, as far as la our
power, out of ber Italian possessions." Well, in the
first place, we have no Ju?t cause of quarrel with
Austria. We have no right to say to Austria that she ha?
done any injury to us. But, in the next place, are wc
quite sure ibat wc should bo helpiug tho liberties of Italy
by taking this partf (Chcera) When a country is overrun
with great armies, whichever party conqiorsthe poo
pie are likely to suffer. Italy lias felt that If she fought
with the sword cf another nation, whether conquering or
conquered she was equally In servitude; and Is it to be believed
that ttlffl the armies of France overspread the n rrth
of Italy?suipo&uig the F'cnch to he successful. and their
vindicitu ft if Italian indtjxndencs. to be complete?the government
of France trould not tag, " We are entitled to tome
rrmren*o'ion?ti some indemnvy?for the. efforts toe ha?e
7nade; and thai indemnity mud b: afforded by the territorial
aggrandisement of /' ance " (Cheers ) No v, that ni ght
be a fair and a natural thing tor France to say; but is it
nn object for which Great Britain should struggle?
(Cheers ) I should say certainly not. (Good cheers )
Then let us take the other side cf the question. It is
impossible cot to j>ercclve, from what has boon said for
some y tars by the leaders of wbat is called the conservative
party, in the House of Lords and iu the House of
Commons, that their afl-ciions are on the side of Austria?that,
whenever they have spoken on this subject,
they have palliated and praired the conduct of Austria;
that they have ex used the government of the Neapolitan
dominions, if they have net deemed it almost an object ol
admiration, and luat they have disapproved the efforts ol
the Italian people. (A cry of "No!" and cheers ) You
may be quite su'e. ihereiore. that If they propose wc
should take part In this war, the part which they will say
the honor, the interests and the dignity ot this country iu
dicaio will bo in furor of Austria, and against than- wh<
are opposed to that Power. For upwards of forty yearf
Austna has exercied her power not merely by governing
those dominions which ihe has acquired by conquest or hy
treaty, according to her own views of government? fur 1
am not disputing ilgal she may do that, but she has ox
tended her influence?the influence of a despotic govern
ment and a benighted religion?as far as sho couii
to every part of Italy. (Cheers.) Now there are upwards
of 20,000,000 of Italians not included in Lombardy
or VeDice or the dominions which appertain to Austria
and would it be a fit course for thiR free country?a course
that any Faigltehman could approve?that we abould scad
our llcets and armies to ssslst in the oppression of those
20,COO,COO of people? (No, no, and cheers.) I say
luricioic?UIU 1 aiu giau w nee yuu agree Willi mc
Id tbc sentiment?that we are Dot bound by any cinsidorut.oo
for the honor or for the interests of this couotrj
?and our dignity follows our honor and our interests?01
by any consideration whatever, to tako part in the an
proaching struggle. (Loud cheers.) Undoubtedly wi
have treities; but the only treaty wbl:h It seems to mi
may possibly be brought in quostion, though I think it ii
not likely to be brought in questiou, is one into whioh w<
have i nil red w ith other Powers of Europe for the defenct
of the neutrality of Belgium, If the neutrality of that S au
were infringed. If thereahould beany attempt tooonquei
Belgium, wc are bound by troaty, wo are bound by good
faith, to protect the Independence of that country. Now
gentlemen, there if no cbligation of good faitb that wc
ought not to be ready to fulili; but I am persuaded If we
signify to Europe that we feel osrsolvos bound by that
obligation?that the honor and the interests of this country
will not permit us to see an Invasion of Belgium lake place
without our (lying to her defence?there will be no attack
upon Belgium, and that sbe will be loft in the enjoy meat
of her independence. (Cheers.) I cannot but think,
then, that, instead of declaring that we should have an
aimed neutialuy? a position wh'cb of itself entitles other
Powers to ask what our ultimate intentions are (cheers)?
wo sbou'd be satisfied with keeping ourselves In s state of
defence, and with improving any part of our defensivs armaments
which are at prcaeut incomplete. The?* ik'iuli be
a decided drfcrmination thai tee will t ikt no part in this
&trof*an conflict. but ? ? thould d,*'are ihul wk~n th' l'ow
trt are disposed again to make peace the Influence of
England shall at all times be ready to be used to promote
peace and to promote the welfare of Europe, an l I way
say the welfare of mankind. (Cheers 1 I trust my sen
ti mints are sufficiently near. TDey differ from those of
tbe present government both upon ?. question oi retorm
and the position we should assume with reference to toriign
affairs, but I believe they are much more comb: ;v?
to tbe welfare and liberty Of V,o country. 1 believe thai
While we maintain peace W? fWt only proTOte our owt
commerce and the well being of our people, but that ths
Influence of Lngland will be far greater th in if so? weri
In n hurry to declare herself on ore ;:<1e or tbe other
{Cheers.) In every point of view, th'-olore, I ibtuk w
should attend to our own internal cunceir.s, tiiu w>
should promote tbe ani"ndmeut of the Reform ao', ant
that in the approaching cod tee t in Kurope we should main
tain, not an "arme l neutrality," but a fe'r, open, bonoa
wid peaceful neutrality. (Loud cheers )
Damage for Injpry krom a Oas Pii'H.?An in
tereatlng caee was tried last week at Lowell, Mass , berort
tbe Supremo ,Tu"cal Court, lo which Aaron Hunt, Elward
R. Huat and Isaac Anois were plalutiffs, and tho
I/swell Cm Company wrre defendants. It appeared thai
In 1867 tbe plaintiffs found the gas, which was entering
from a leak In the mtln pipe, enuring their house from
the sewer. They took certain st?i>s to ventilate the house,
but tbe gsa continued to ooras in lor some dsys, and very
Soon every member of toe family, c insisting of eight persons,
was tatau sick w.th a complain', resembling tvphoid
fbver. One of the daughter? of one of the plaintiff)
died In about two weeks, and all of th 3 fam ly suffered to
one extent, moit of them being ccnCcei to their bods.
It wm oontended on the pert of the plaintiffs that the gas,
with the impurities it carried from the sewer, caused the
HrlrnsM,
Tbe jury returned a verdict for Aaron Hunt of $1,776;
Bdwla ft. Hunt of $600, for Isaac Anms of $300.
Great Antral of ft or mot t.
AHRIV AL OK TUK PAOKKT 8U1P WILLlaM TAP*COTr
VN ITU OYKK SKVKN Hl'NDKHD UUKMONm ?U All 11
ACCESSIONS TO BKlOUlU YOUNU'8 COMMON IT K ?
INTERESTING ACCOINT OK TUK TOYAtib, KPO.
i The packet ship William Taj>scou landed at Castle Gar.
(Jf n j eaterday a company of 725 Mormons from tno different
European countries where the Utah elders have boon
proselytizing. They tailed from Liverpool on the 11th
ultimo, and have had a favorable passage. We have procured
the list of names, as follows
Ola Peterson and family, Oa Jeoson and family, L\rs
Wilson and family, Jons Nvilsea and family,OU Osju aua
faml'j, Warta Jeuson, Rasmus Jensou, Maria Anderson
and eon, Keeratou Jurgeraoi), Jena Ifiosou and family,
I'eier 1-aisi u and family, UbrislMn Hanson. L*rg 0. Pciersod,
Ltrs C. Laisoo, Auua H. .1. Nicoiager, Jens C. Jensoo
and family, Mcita W Luton and son, Lars0. Cnra'cm-on,
I Jncoo C Khoitneck and family. Anders Hereon iq and la
mity, fboinae P. Wad, Nua Jacob.fen and wile, Marcus
Tru'e'trn. Kasinius iison. Seren Madsen and family, Ota
koetnba'd, Christian P. M Bertheleoa and wife, Soobia
(,'hrisnn-on and oaughtor, Seren Peterson acid faimty,
Chiist'an Anderson and family, Jens Ander
son and family, Melta M. Hanson uud family,
Muds Jtueon and family, Lars Mad son and famdv,
Jacole Malsbiom and family , K.ha Os >n, ifenrie Pearson
and family, Harolcan Anderson, Sauna Nilaon, Ola Madeon,
Nils Oison and wile, Danria SiAobe'g, Etna 3eogtson,
Bengta Beegison, Melta Jeusoti and family, Carl Rosberg
aim family, Tufoa Beagison ana wife, Haunt and Jus.pbme
JoLson, Mstiioa Arvidpon, Floa Truedsoo, Moos.
Larson and family, Anders and Jens Jensoa, Anders J. Jo
imbMiu ana fami.y, Ema JoDauson ana tamily ,<>arloy,tiiug,
Christian Simotisou and laai1}, Maren K. Curisteusiu and
wife, Jurgan Neitson, Jeus Cbnstophertoa and fiau.ilv, Sophia
Jeitou. ADDa Julian Nilson, Aodrus Peler.ou anl
wife, Jurgi-o Oih)d, El?a Madson, Setsa Petersen, Sereu
Nuron and wife, Harm Cbristcnsou, OnristiaaaS Our * ten
tou.TiumasC Christeusou and family, MariaTuggerson,
Iiga C. Chruteneon, Kiersten Peterson, .Teas Niitjo an J
, Haos Hanson, Nils C. llus'.lt, Hans J Nils 11, Karen
S Hanson and family, Haos J. Sanson >vud fam ly,
I!aicd M. Ni'sou, Peter Jurgeuaon, Peter F. Rfinos
son, Peter Peterson, Chrtstiau O.sou, Anna S. Anderson,
, Ai i:a Ellington, Hans Maglebye, Peter Monson, Berth* tt
, Olsou, (fertj ud ?t Christiansen, Mama Hanson and family,
Conation Hawkonson, Karen P. Larson, Zoturias Andersou
and wife, Magnus A Fy rondo and wife, Nils Joosou, Ola
Hapif, Sw'rn Uagg, Anna Luudstrnm, Inger Ha<g, Asmmu
W*i(*8tD?rpoD and family, tvtsa Freed aud wife, Boel awkason,
P?ul A U'-hler ano family, Swen Olson and family,
Matbtas Nilson, Mark en Benson,'Christen Andersen and
wile, Bror Sorenson and family, Kioraty Awtason, Pekr
Sveueon. Corist'on J. Lundgreeo, Christopher A. Hincks,
NHS P. Lawson and family, Johanna K. Petersoa, Louis
Mauritzson and family, Peter A. Fjeldstcd, Taomos C.
Jtnson aud wife, Helena P. Kier, Louisa K Kier, Jens L
Bold, ?nu M. Aadrreon, Kaua Sore as 00 and family, Jobtn
F. Klingbeck and family, Metta M. Cbris ianson, Peter C.
Madson and wife, Jens W Dahl, Cnristen Jeasoa, Elsa
Jensen, Johanna M. Han ton, Jens Miekelson aid
family, Karen Sorenson, Mads P. Rasmmson, Nils J.
Awgoard and wife, Hans P. Ivcrson, Anna if.
Nlisten. Am C. Jorgeuton, Maren C. K. Jurgenson,
Rosmina F. frantzun, Jens. C. Graveueten,
eoun P. Gobi and family. Audi ra Jecson and ar.fe fr?,le.
rir.a C Jurgensin, Bodel M. Hanson and family, Rasmus
Hanson ana family, Bertha B*lbod and family, Maren
Christeusoo, Anutrs Jenson and wife, Anders J. MotIt-ibus
and wife, Nits P. Moilerhus and wife, Sec#
Jorgecson, Mads Jrrgaueon, Morten Peters in, Chris
tian Joppeson and family, Abtld Steffeusuo, Auna
Canute-son and family, Jonas Haworsou and family,
Augvift H. Titjen and family, Albertina Oirt&'isoa,
Johannes Aniieftoa and family, Fuiiertcn 8'ewart. .lamer
Moil, Ann liarcwiok, Charles Ktilgell, Joseph W-vtsin,
SarahGilbert, Sarah Phillips, Richard G. Jones and wife,
Francis C Pea-son and wife, Elijah Tammes, Richard
Mills, Owen Roberts and latnily, Gwenliian tlftm, J itta
CarUvrmht, William Robinson and wife, Rurulny Reed.
George Reed. Jane Mitchell, Elizabeth Watson, Catherine
Fahy , William Mann, I.avica A. Smith, Jeremtaa Wauebonse.John
J Fry and wife. Georgo Jones, Harriet Rrucic
sbaw.Thomas Burchell,Tnomas Scho&eld add vrifo, Elizabeth
Bar dale;, Mary Ileutbo-n, John Scbcheid, Joseph
Broad bent and wife, William Wmtehead, Elizabeth Dizoa,
Abraham Infliu. Jonathan Woietenholme, Squire Thornton,
llrnry F Strug noil, Emma Siade, J. Payne and wife,
Robert IVakin, Ann Godfrey, Estncr Veates, Merit I.iodeay,
Berthia 8c well, Emma Bootn, James Davit?. and wife,
Edward Snuoks and wile, Ellen Gyde, Thorn as Diokmsoe
and wife, Fanny Fry, Emily Livatt, Ebeoezcr Beazley,
Sarah Hat cock, H? nry Florence, John S Kardlev aad
family Sarah TutUey, Ann Plant and daugoter, Catherine
and sarah A Farrer, Ellen Beaumont, Mare Ann Nuns,
Frederick A, Cooper, Samuel fay lor, Mary Farley, Emma
Wha'ey, Marion E. Mist, Hannah Foster, George A. Krilc
dam and family, Eliza Aetmgton, Harriet Sinuir, Sarah
Tipton and family, Aon Moik-tt, Emma Cook, George
Stead man, Charles Barrett, Richard Brenton and family,
Matilda Barcett, William Thompson, Adam Dudgeon,
Agnes Berriai, Woodruff Sej mour und wife, Joseph Saunders
and wife, Jobc Rey nolds and wife, John Argent and
family,George Stereos, Thomas M'Iniyre, Thomas Mtrccck,
Lomsn Starkey, Caroline Hanson and family, Louis t
Budd and family, Thomas Kramer and family. Harriet
Scratchard and daughter, James McCartcr aud family.
James Retd, Samuel Boetock, Thomas Vawdry ana
family, William Hohbs, Thomas Kntght and wife, Mary
B?cn, Elizabeth White, William Beosley aod wife,
Thomas Bailey and family, Benjamin Lamb and wife,
Jane Scott and eister, Eieanor Buzby, Andrew Buzby and
sister, James Campbell, Mary Wood and family, Lerint
Jones and sister, Hugh Wilson and family, Joseph Shaw,
wife and daughter, William Ostler and brother, Susanna
M. Sbovc-y, Nathan Hanson and family, Martha Bates,
Peter Latre, Benjamin Hiobert, Thomas Martin, John
Ince,Jobn Uigsoa and wife, Franklin Da vies ant wife,
llarrml A Uaoit fFUllam tPilA awA A? Of .t
u-t . .wi ? hv?w , " iiiimu1 n uu kbu wiuuj , in* i jr liut i _a ru v tl ,
i Joseph Graham and family, James Wools, Caroline E
Woods, Merits McKay andfamdy, JohnSmith sod family,
i Henry \V. lisvies, Wnli&m Jervis sol family, Franklin
i W. Andrews and wife, Henry Olpin sod fam.ly, Simael
I Saviour and wife, Robeit Smith and family, Rrbort Anderson
sod family, Ann Hlhbsrd, John Morgans sad famli
ly, John ana Edward Wsrburtcn, War. Wilcock uudfamity,
i Daniel Tovey, Mary Tovey, Margaret Richards. John Sati
ler, Robert Mo.-rip, Iss?c Phillips. Joseph Griffiths and
i wife, Sarah J. Thomas, Sarah Ann Rartoc, William Orion
ocd farrfly, John Gordon and famny, Edward P.csand
f imi'y. Tton.'.? Taylor, William Adams, John Tsomicv and
wife," John Car no, Clara Bartlett, Reuben Atkins, Henry
Ov< rd and wife. Mane dp Saules and daughter, Louise
Richards, Eiiso Aubert, John Smith and family, George
Rowley ard family, Ann Lewis, James Bind and wife,
George P.Keaton and family, Henry Hartley, Nathaniel
Williamson and family, Htory Harries, Mary Rees, Henry
llobbs and wife,Mary Maries, Alice Long, Caroline Gasnotl,
Caroline Coolbear, Elizabeth Taylor and family, Aon 8joI,
John Ellis and family, Botery Am Tobin, James Smum,
Eliza Maria Burton, William Wright aud son, Strati R.ckwood
and family , Joseph Ieggnu, Pet?r Birkcr, Samuel
Hovroek?, Eliet Moore and family, Frank Pitman, Mary
A. Tultley, Sarah Poicher. Paul Henry Morrell, Alfred
Siade, Ann Wright mad family, William Maries and family,
William Maris and child, Charles Glsdhill, William Sco
gong, amy lewis, Joseph Gilbert, Eleanor Nesien and
wile, Anders Beckstram and Johanna ni.eol.
bcmmart
Adults, 8 years and upwards 592
Children under 8 eight and oyer 1 year <>i
Infants 22
R. T. Neater:,President 1
; John Vi llains, Wm. Brazier, Ears 0. Maglelc-y and
Anton Peterson,cooks 4
1 Henry Ix>ng, steward.., 1
| E<iward Moore, bandy man 1
Jchn S'.ade ana wife, cabin passengers. 2
| Total 725
Jn the foregoing :;gt eight nations are r: presented. The
\ passtnger contract exhibits frora one to sixty jears of
[ age:?
English 233 I Danish 224
Scotch 311 Swedish 108
Irish 7 I Norwegians 16
' Welsh 30 | ?
Swiss 4 i Total 653
The remainder arc infants under one year.
! In occupation there are 30 farmers", 38 laborers. 11
[ weavers, 3 watchmakers, 10 shoemakers, 1 cabinet
, maker, 3 tailors, 1 millwright, 4 stonemasons, 3 gardeners,
3 machinists, 13 smiths, 10 joiners, 6 millers, 5 car(
pent ers, 1 hawker, 1 designer, 1 servant, I brickmaker,
2 founders, 3 sai'ors, I ropemaker, 19 m'aers, 1 bridle
hit maker, 1 hookcloser, 1 potter, 2 bakers, 0 porters. 1
boatman, 1 factory work man, 2 bookmakers, 3 clerks,
1 japacner, 1 pawnbroker, 2 engineers, 1 warehouseman,
, 1 cloibdreseer, 1 clogger, I printer, 1 showmaker, I
\ s'one sawyer, 1 eng-ne driver, 1 engine fitter, 1 wool|
comber, 1 wagoner, 1 calt-ndrer, 1 shipwright.
, The: e are, of course, a la-ge cumber of the ladies in the
, ; company provided with husbands long ago; but on the
, list there nro still candidates for connubial bliss twelve
widows and sixty-three spinsters?that is, three score and
; upwards of bloiming damsels. The foregoing tradesmen
m' Ft be a wealthy acquisition to the Mormon settlements,
t as their several crafts nearly cover sit that colonists lrom
, older cities require to furnish at home.
There is a great difference In point of national numbers,
but that difference raunot serve as any bat.s for calculating
the relative strenth of Morm-mism in the nations represented.
The persons composing the present company
were th>>sr already waiting for the set'lemcni of d.fllcultirs
in Utah. Had the establishment of peace been learned
in Europe feme weeks earlier than it wab, the cm gration
this year would have been mm h l?rger thin w\u?t it is
nnwupected to be, and the nations above represented
would have sent another class of figures. The above
figures only show th" number of persons ready to move,
and not proximately the number <A proeelytoa m thu different
countries.
At Fca the above oomnanv. for the rmrnnsa of earrvlnar
! out the instructions of the chieft, was divided into two
J great deportmectf?the one embracing the Danish and
i North o! Europe passengers, and the other embracing the
j English and otter nationalities. Each chief department
had live sub departments, over which tea eiders were
> appointed, who were responsible for the good order and
i oieauhnesa observed on board. The elders had uniform
i .nstturtiCDs from the chief president, so that every order
*ae carried out with great regularity. At e gilt o'clock
every morning, as the sh-p bell announced tho hour, tho
Mormocs were called into the largest space between decks
! k^d rafcred their morning prayers, after which they set
| about the duties of the day. t or cooking purposes it w ts
I ordered for each department to take turns in approaching
the gmiley, which prevented tbo usual confusion and dis1
agreement among passenger;. During the dav, when the
weather was favorable, the Sa'nt* indulge 1 In every kind
of amusing exercise, and generally finished with a daoce
among those unaffected by the mV dt m-r. tne
i day over, and supper dishes washed, eight o'clock
arrived, and the brethren and sisters ageiu
i toined in prayer and sung tbetr evening hvmns. Every
; Sunday there were two general meetings on deck for religious
exercises and irutrre-ttonr <U t?you*>. The sub dei
partmcnts held their meetings for instruction during the
week nights?each holding their meetings sufficiently separate
from each other to avoid confusing the other.
Throughout the voyage the greatest order nod fraternal
feeling prevailed. Captain Bell says that he has con.
ducted something like ninety thousand emigrants across
tho Atlantic, hut never brought a company that gave him
lees trouble than these Mormoas He says that he frequently,
with other folks, hss been called upon six or
right times a day to settle fights between passenger*, but
on this oocasion he had not heard a Jar. The captain's
avorable testimony of the cleanliness good ordor and
fraternity of tho Mormons on board is fully boras out by
NEW YORK HERA.LP, S
tholr upper ranee In Cant'o Garden The cffliiu'it of tbit Institution
fciv>- uiciu the b^uic i tvuttr Win." toe U1.'
*o-i lying off St. (Uiorgi 'a lUb'i, about a w?~l. ago, in a
c?lni, ti" uo'ipoi* ''imiirawd too Opportunity," *u'i
p cktiiUiu the to lowing:?
lr?tim(nial TO clai-tals ,1aM*S Brlfte,. OtLL. COM a ?td*?
vk iub paphbtshi;- a. lai-sootr.?
Hia? As we ate draw ii _ li tl cm -I union it our voy tge, we
Should out be dctag justice to 'ii feoli ig* nere w iU1 e a
brne tbli opportunity, bt 'ire we ?cpa?ate, c>i wore VJ<
though briefly those sentiments .it' Kiu^vre ro^ari a.i' ??ir? o
wbUti have been engeurereJ wlunu untoward* vou-aelf durh?
our abort Inleroourae while on our paiaigo virnu .1, It* -no,
Hud ib'oualrout whlcn we have ?U been to haput'v tie* >? ' *0'1
prospered! We would humbly aneure vou that the t>l???*-i
end UiUTinUig time which we have apeut on board Vi W..i
1 apscott will be long reu.rmhivod by ua all. and in">3tiv ao oo
account of the many kladnesaes and flavor* which we h?v? re
crlvrd from her worthy capUln The assiduous oare ail
klidly Inter cat which you bare nulveraatly dljplayet
for wur comfort and welftre, your courteous urbitil
ty and gentlemanly bearing, have all combined to
win our hearts and call forta toe warmest l'ae'inge o(
a grateful people, f nd wherever our reapectlve loa maybe
cast In the future, our mtrds will often revert to tie oruiecl
votive arid Its happy associations; and our heartfelt prater*
slaM aw cud to heaven for the richest blesstt gs of our Father
to be bestowed upon yon. that your life may be n oaueroua aud
bspuy. ai d your future joy and peace.
Rlgtied Id tx-half of tho seven hundred and twenty six passengers,
and with their unauimoua approval
HOBKttrr KRSLtSN.
President of the company of emigrant*.
Iff. NKV H HattK.aH. j ? ?
UBOBGB BOWTLaY, J Counsellors.
Jamkh Bonn, Secretary.
Br. Gbokcc's Banks, May 7,1859.
Whatever Captain Bell might think of tho faith, he wis
doubtietiS well satmfled with tbedexpreBsion of the people's
feeling, and closed up bis acknowledgments Willi tho
usual geceroslty oi seafaring gentleman.
MARRIAUES ON BOARD.
The weather was said to be very agreeable during the
voyage, which probably in acme measure explains the
Isrge number of marriages. The Mormons have hereto
fore been very careful in contracting alliances on the sea,
and generally have made it a point of faith to rem h Silt
lake City before they enured Into the holy bonds of wed
lock, believing that the Plains were an 'excellent bc.uoo!
or testing the qualities of lovers. But the Tapacott com
nay. ham some unexplained reason, have brokeu
ibrovgh antiquated habits, and unite! no less than nineteen
of the brothers to an equal number of the sisters
We wen- informed at the Garden that even that number
(thirty eight) did not quite cover the folks cnight in
Cupid'6 net?some half dozen others made unsucccsstul application,
tbe elders refusing to cfflciate.
The lovers had to appear at the public meetings and
make their declaration of willingness to take eacb other
" for better or worse;" after which the president joined
their hacoB and pronounced them husband and wife.
Tbe ceremony closed with singing and pi aver invoicing
the blessings of Abraham upon tne beads of tbe faithful
children, the priest officiating dispensing with the usual
" holy kiss" to the bride. Great folks tbe Mormons !
There were three births during the voy*ge, and one
diath?the deceased an elderly Danish lady.
in castle garden.
Owing to the large Increase of emigrants thi3 week, the
Mormors had to take up their quarters in the gallery?the
Scandinavians on tbe one side and the British on the other.
as soon as they got possession there was t general time
of congratulations, lor their safety across tbe deep and
their <lfeet for the first time berngset on the land of Zlon."
As scon as ftey bad opened provision baskets and satisfled
the inner man with the bread that perisheth, the
agents residing in the city appeared to give them instruc
t:ocs. Owing to their different tongues they had to hold
separate nestings, so that the forenoon was mosi'y d<
voted to instruction about their journey Westward, an:
other email Items about the corruption ol Gotham, against
which the faithful were duly warned. The emigrants
generally looked very clean and com'ortable. The Scan
dioavmns, particularly, bad the wnolesomest look of
fatheiland upon their faces and on tbeir batiks. Chubby,
btadby countenances and homespun will pieaBC their Utah
brethren.
They teemed all very sociable, listen ol attentively to
tbolr instructors aid carried out orders with something
like military promptitude. It is iutendel that they will
leave th's evtning for A.bany and continue their route via
Suepei/Eion Bridge, over the Great Western and Michigan
Central route, aad arrive at St Josepn, Missouri, some
fine towards the latter part of next week. There a
suamtr wlii be resdj to rec< :rc them aad take them to
F.oreore, Nebraska Terntmy, their outflttiug place. A
large number of the present "company will travel by ox
teams, but there will a^so be n good y number initiated
teto the mysteries of hand cartism The latter class appeared
io gooc spirits and enterla'ned the notion that if
they bad not the iidvantaafg cf ox teams and wagons they
wcidd be spared the trouble.of guarding and watching
the lerpod quadrupeedg, which would brmg the rich and
the pro? to something like about the same share of trouble,
labor and vexations on the way.
PER8QSAL.
4 J. B ?THE PLODGH8. SaKDs, AND ASSORTMENT
. "c f buiticuitnral implements, we-e purchased at tne new
agricultural warehouse and seed atore of A. F May her A ,
St Vesey street, New >ork. Go, call en them, and purchase.
Bwill be glad to meet his Farkno.
. H. P., No. 504
INFORMATION WAXTE.D-OR ANTH iN*T KKOOH.
When last heard front, cearfv two years ago, he worked Is
a maobhia shop tear Richmond Virginia he is about 5 feet 9
inches in height long brown hair and dark eyes, sandy goatee
?n> intrrmstion of Iilrn. deal or alive, will be thankfully re
celved by his brother J. P. Keogh. No. 21 Mulberry street.
New Votk, or by bis father, No. 67 Spruce street, Peterson,
New Jersey.
INFORM ATION WANTED?OF J SNB LOUISA ORORQK.
of immlngtoL hpa Kuglvnd. She let her mother la New
Nek seven years sgo anv InformsU -n conrernlng fcer
would be thankful'.} *eeelvad by writing to her brother inlaw
Robt Denntx "5 Cortlanat street. New York, or by
writing to nor mother, Jane Collins, Nottawasaga station,
Canada Weat.
ir TBIS8H0UID MKIT THE ATTENTION OK MRS.
1 B . w bo rentved a Camilla from W H on Monday last lu
taat Nineteenth street ?he would confer a great plessvs by
rrnriirg ber address to W. H., lierald office, or to W.
residence
TfeBN LOCK H a XT, FORM fi RI.Y OK THE ISLAND OK
el St. Croli.DsnlUi West Ir dies, Is requested to apply to ha
fir.tier, h ederick Loc'tlian. in the above Lland.
MRP M. A. PEEL WILT, FIND AN IMPORTANT
ester for fcer a; the office of Charles Cole, No. 114 W'il
liaan street which she wil> please call or send for Immediately
rpO BOTEL PROFR1ETOR8.?INFORMATION WANTED
I cl t har>s Qnentler. formerly porter In the 8umex Hutai,
Poke itieet. Lococn. Fnghrnd; eame to this eou.ttrv lu or
ab nt the mctth of October, <886; has been traced to Ward's
Island, which place he la supposed to hare left on or about the
26tb d?y of renruary, 1887- He may have worked In a hrteu
aev Information concerning bim will tend to bis advantage.
Address 0. M. Faubrother,?18 Broadway.
I _ BILLIARDS. ^
ll'OK 8ALB?TWO BILLIARD TaBLKS, IN GOOD ORr
der. Irqul'e at the Tenth Ward Hotel, corner of Broome
at i Forsvth st'eeis. where they can be seen
C BROKER'S PATENT MECHANICAL BILLIARD
J, cuahiens-tne most elasfin, accurate and durable. I chal
tecge nny maker of billiard tables la the tftr of New Fork, or
the Lotted Siatea, to compete with my tables and cushions
Every article sold by Die la warranted to be as represented.
Gentlemen are in-tiled to call and examine my tablet before
purchasing elsewhere. Particular attention la taken la the
manufacture of tablet for private uae I am now making sir
different sizes, and custouieri car bare their choice out of all
the tancy woods In market mahogany, rose, satin wood, o ik,
blistoied walnut, iff Trimmings of even description belong
ng to the trade low for c-ah. L DECKER, 90 ano street
pHKLAN'8 IMPROVED BILLIARD TABLES AND
COMBINATION CUSHIONS,
PATENTED FEB. 16, 1856; OCT. 98, 1S56; DEC. 6,
1667; JAN 12, 1868; NOV. 16,
1868; MARCH 29, I860.
For sale only by the manufacturers,
O'CONNOR * COLUCNDSK. Hoi K and 53 Ann It..
And the patentee.
MTOHABL PHELAN,
Vol. 786 and 788 Broad wit. New York.
SPORTING.
FOB 6ALK-THK TIGHT EDDA, 16 TONS, F0RVIRHed
and In complete order. Apply on board, off Atlantic
Garden, Hoboken.
PIGEONS, PIGEONS.?1,000 FANCY PIGEONS FOB
sale. single or in pair*, consisting of all the different rarietiea
known', (be very belt itock in the country. Apply at 660
Bowery.
SCHOONER YACHT FOR SALE.?IS TWENTY SIX TONS,
afaiteitler, carries flying jib topaalli, Ac.; liable and
roomy; large cabin, Ulrica, closets, Ac ; iicompletely for
otobed with serrioes china. Hirer, clan, Rogers' signals
braaa guns. and ererjthing needed for pleaaure and oomlbr.
to very desirable for a club of young men; coat two year*
Inoe $4,600?price 61.750 Can be seen a: Yonkera. Apply
to H W. BashFoRD, Yonkera, or to HENRY MOULToN,
iblp broker, 96 Beare* atreet
SHEPHFHD POOS^FOViR Pl"RK BREED SHEPHERD
pr.pe of imports 1 stork. Apply at Wo. 1 Hamilton ave
nv.e, brcoklyn.
TO IP0RT8MEW ?FOB SaLE. YF.ltk CHSAP, AS TUt
owne' has no nee f>r liim, a foil Hooded pointer, young
and wel broken; b a very beautiful animal. Address K. u.
G", boi 182 Herald office
MATRIMONIAL. "
AMTPPLE AfliD AMERICAV.GF..NTLKMAN. OF THE
highest reape-ttbilitr. of good addreaa and pleasing man
tiers, of refined tart: and domestt: habit*. a stranger to tIoc
and the use of liquor or tobacco in any form, Ukea this method
to fbrm the acqualnunce of some respectable lady, with a view
to matrimony. His age is between .11 and 35; he is established
in a business worth from 61,000 to $5,(00 In this city, and ins
desires are to meet with a lady of anme means, of refined
st'e and a d uneatlr nature, oapublc of making home the must
Let pj piece on ear'h to a devoted hneband when the business
sr.d Unto of the day are over Many ladies may have an antipathy
about answering a matrimonial advertisement, but no
ere. even of the moat delictoe reeling*, need hesitate In replyt-ofnlMe
na mil er,sraa,.nnHauna ,i(<l Ka t aM oneaM.4> nnH II ifl
fcf * ish of the advertiser that all leUers, on both sides. be re
nrned at an Interview. Reference* of the highest character
given, and ai tbla < tnaerted in good faith, and with the moat
holy and br.ncrabte Intentions. It it hoped no lady WiU reaooid
ur.'e?i prompted by the some pure;.motlvoa Address. In
'trtotropOdence, giving fail particulars, Ac., Honesty, New
loth Peat office.
Matrimonial-thsadvabtiskr is toons, has
the bluea, and waits a wife. The atrloteat aecreay ob'arved.
Please addreaa Attraction, Herald Office, appointing
an interview.
MEDIC AX.
DR M. LARHONT, if! BROADWAY. OP 8*AIRS,
three blocks above BL Nicholas Hotel, N. T., from 10 to 1
and 5 to 8P. M.
DR. LAOOSTR 8 OFFIC* OPKN DAILY FRO? II TO
4 and 7 to 9 P. It. 611 ft roadway, opposite the St. Nlahotea
ftmaoltathie la lagBah. French, Qerstae. Spanish, to
DR. COOPKR'B 0FF1CB, 14DDANR 8T RtST.BRT WKRW
(' batham eed William Office houra from 8 la the morning
until 8 In the evening. Bunds? a excepted
*. WATBON. 469 BROOMtt 8TRKKT, 8ROOND BLOCK
weet ot Broadway, from 8 A. M. till 8 P. M.
DR. B Al.PR'K OrFH'KS. 0()RNKR~OK HOOSTON AND
u ml F?*> ,lre*U (U? Orosby).-Hours from mi till X and
,V.00_?a KA,T 0F ?ROADWAT -DR HAMMOND,
I 61 Bieccfcer street. Office hours from 9 to S and from
O 9.
ATURDAY, MAY 14, JB59.
_ nOARDISO and I.orjQT'VfV.
AC?KI.I)? ANI? BHOtun.N ? olAO UNK OK 1W(?
eiii' rooa k In W h.iula Keut'umoc. whAoii: bovd
ArP'> ? *? Wm i nrpty u ti ?ln-et
cruris or iVK.Kk.-if rooms, with hoard
A U ? private family, no ?my>od or third flo iri> n>ut>ln for
t .wl ? i m,;ir geM'tuinn, r.tu hibto .t 313 Puts nvnn.it
i tli t 'C h n au?l!lt.
kokktmttcd rani>(>it t>> ucr-ro ?. omntijs
'A w*v*i? will bre?kt'H*l If reqiit|"?d In TweoSjArsl s'r..e>
trtweeu rifli'vid toi'b svenuse; *'n<> h b?1r?>m o? ttilr.1
Ty. for address aiply at Barn's a, aadlson aquar*- i'.*<
olioe
? FUkLIt ivKt V aTR H AVINO MOKR ROOM
?\ itun iW require. wo tin in two or mwe room*, famish
ei or 'mi- 'nitib'-d vl'li otr'.o) Imnriti or olit tn a gentlemen
aid bw vim, with eui're b>ard. Terms moderate. Apply
a' ?7 West Twenty-first street.
A CHOICK BU1T OK EORNlsnRO ROOMS 10 LET-IN
t\ a modern built bullae. No. 121 Variok aliet-t, suitable for
three or four gentlemen, with partial board If required. Also,
he front basement, as a doctor's offloe.
A FEW MECHANICS CAN BR OOMKf BTaBLY ACCOM
modstei with good board, at S3 per wee*, with use of
bath; also two young ladles. An unfurnished room to let, with
board, at MS Broome street.
A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE OR A PARTY OP SINGLE
gentlemen can be aocommndatei with a handsomely fur
nlibed parlor and bedroom on the aocond floor, wllh full or
partial board. In a delightful location convenient to oar? and
stages, and In a Bret elaaa bouse, by apjlylug at 77 St. Mukt
pl-ce, Eighth street. Dinner at els o'clock
A"aw gentlemen can be accommodated
alio furcltbed or unfurnished rooms. In suits <>r sepa>,
with or without board, by applying at 269 Greens
s rtrt. near Clinton place.
a ken gentlemen can be accommodated with
H furnished or unfurnished rooms. In suits or separately,
n lib breakfast if required, by applying at 141 Ninth street,
third door east of Broadway. The house has gas, bath. ho.
A CHOICE of newly kdbnisbsd booms. 04
cither becond or third su ry of the first class house No. ii
ioacdougal street (at Clement's place), between Sleepier attl
boustou streets, to let to siugle jeotlemeo, either wit or wit a
out partial board; front riuu opea on wide balxioiea; gas,
bah Ac.; neighborhood unexceptionable, family private; u<>
h.ldren to those wishing to be permanent, terms will be
moderate.
A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE. O* SINGLE GKNTLE \
men can obtain well furnished rooms, with gis bath and
board at.57 West Twenty eighth street, convenient to Broadway
and rixth avenue. Terms trout $5 to 27 per week each.
Dinner at 6.
Agkntlkman and wire and a fen single
gentlemen, can be accommodated with good board ut a
private farntlv at 46 JKast Thirty-first street, three doors from
fourth avenue
a private parlor and bedroom to let-wit a
g. lull or partial board, a private tasls if desired. Also
one or two single rooms for geuueinea Glaner at an o'clock
The house baa all the modern Improvements, and It situated
In 'i blrty second street between Eighth and Nlnthja venues.
Address a. B , Herals office.
Alady wishes to take two or more ohil
dreu to t- ti d is used to the care of children. Apply at
Dr Cat sua a 131 L-uane street.
? GENTLEMAN AND HI8 WIFE, OR TWO SINGtE
1 gentlemen, friends, can be acoommodsted with a largo
hedroc m wnh every convenience; large pantries hot and cold
wsw.-, furnished or unfurnished, with board It desired The
bouee is first class, situated on ' l'teen'h atrt et, near Sixth avenue.
yvdilitssJ P , box 6 00# Post office.
a BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED BOOM. FOR a GENOL
tletnan and wlie. two l&dieg or l&dy and daughter; no
other boarders taken, the frot t parlor, lirat floor, and good
nei.blw.rhrod lnm'ilre at 6t Sands street. Brocklvn.
? Pi E ASA NT SUIT OF BOOMS, WELL FURNISHED,
1 to iet, with board; a'so a etngie room; the location la all
tlii* could be desired Isqutie at it Union square
. GENTLEMAN AND WIFE OR A FEW SINGLE
A gentlemen can be accommodated with good board and
pleasant n oma In a private fam'iy. at W KDlngton afreet.
a SUIT OF FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET?WITHOUT
flL board, in a first c'aaa private bouse In West Twenty second
street, inquire on the premises. 23 West Twentysecond street,
between 1 Hit and blxtn avenues.
A PRIVATE FRENCH FAMILY OAR ACCOMMODATE
a few respectable > oung gentlemen with furnlsbed rooms,
with or w.thout board, the house bas been newly pal'.ted aod
Is In perleet o-der be terraces required. Apply at 189 Greene
tireet, two doors iron. Bletcktr.
a GENTLEMAN AND WIFE. OR SINGLE GENTLE
A men cap obtain ae'il furnished rooms with gas, bath and
board a: 67 West Twenty-eighth street convenient to Broadway
st d Mali avenue. Terms from ft to $7 per week each.
Dinner at 6
a PFLIGE1FUL LOCATION-PRICES BEDDCED FOR
<3. summer. Broadway and Eighth street?135 Eighth street,
opposite Oilmen Hall, br.perlor suit or front rooms on second
door, for a gerllenmo and wife; also rooms for single gentle
men. corn-dent distance front business.
A8PLERDJD FURNISHED PaBLOR, WITH ONE OR
two bedrooms attached, to let, to a gentleman aod his
wife, In a private bouse, with all the modern Improvements;
also, a single room. Apply at 96 Prince street, s few doers
west of Broadway.
A SUIT OF FURNISHED ROOMS-BEDROOM BaTHroom
and parlor, to let to a gentleman and wife, or two
gent'emeu?meals lurnlshed If desired?at 9(1 Franklin street,
Led Broadway.
A SUIT OF VERY DESIRABLE, WELL FURNISHED
front room* on eeccnd floor, may be had, with board, In
E> BMU lumilT, moil p uuriii r,- r-ri, U?1 i.a>>yciic pjiuc auu
Broadway. References exchange*.
AFCRNI8HBD room wanted, with board, in
a amaU family where there are no other boarder* by a
quiet, respectable lady. Location up town, west of Broadway
Terms moderate. Address K Sands Post office, N. Y.
a GENTLEMAN AND WIFE OB SINGLE GENTLE
A. men may be accommodated with board, in a private fatuity.
in a house containing the modern Improvements. Terms
moderate Apply at 179 East Hist at.
A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE OK TWO SINGLE GEN
t'.rmen can be accommodated with board; also, two res
pectslzetjoung ladies Apply at 31 City Hall place.
a WELL FURNISHED FRONT ROOM, ON SECOND
A Boor, and a few other rooms, with closes, for a gentle
nan and tie wile or single gentlemen, with lull or partial
board. 1 be use of piano, gas and batb. Apply at II Wooeter
street Terms 12 60 ana <6.
A SMALL PRIVATE FAMILY WILL LET, WITH OR
without board, a nice, large parlor and two pleasant,
newly furnished zooms, with all the modern Improvements A
loung ladv, mv.slc teacher, may Bud au agreeable home la
exchange for instructing a girl nine years of age on the piano,
Apply at 32U Fourth street west of broad way.
AMIIYPLAO*. NO. 26, ONE DOOR FROM BLEACHER
street ?i zont room, ball bedroom, and large pantry en
second Boor, with hot and cold water, to let, wi'h board, to a
family cr gentleman. There are bat few boarders. A lady
could be accommocated who would teach a liule girl th> p aao
In part payment Terms moJe -ate beferet c<-s exnhi-ieet
Boabd.-a raw gentlemen and their wives,
or single gentli men, can find superior accommodations
v.ith a i rlvate family ocrupving a first class stone front house,
with ?h the modern Improvements, pleasant ty situated sod accessible
by cars and stages. Apply at 306 West Twenty ninth
street.
Bo A ED?WANTED, TWO good BEDROOMS, WITH
full beard, by a gentleman, wile and two ladies, la s bouse
where there are only s few boarders. Address J. C. V., Herald
office.
Board-a gentlemen and wife in want of
a pleasant room and cedroom, with the comforts of a
homo, cur. fiud such acre mmoc at tons with a private family, at
166 West Twenty tourtli street. Bouse newly famished.
Board ?two on three gentlemen can be ac
comntodated withbosrdat ?5 Greet j onea street
Board-to let, to a single man, a neatly
furnished front room oc the second ilocr, la n private
fumt'y. Terms K pit month in advance. Apply at 166 bands
street, Brooklyn.
Board-stnole gentlemen, or gentlemen
and their wires can obtain desirable rooms at 434 Hudson
street, corner of Morton Board for get Lenten at $3 60 to
it per week Also rooms for gentlemen and wives from it to
$S per week. (
Board in Brooklyn, near south and wall
street ferries ?A gentleman and his wife and one or two
single gentlemen can find superior accommodations, with a
small private family, in one cf the best locations m Brodkyn.
1 be house contains all the modern improvements Rooms on
serend and first floors. Apply at 13 Harrison street, between
Court and Oku ton streets.
BOARD IN brooklyn-LARGE AND SMALL ROOMS
to let. on second and third floor, for single gentlemen or
gentleaen and their wives, with full or partial board; within
five minutes walk of South and Wall atreet ferries Apply at
2i8 I'enrv street.
BOtRD IN BROOKLYN.?FURNISHED ROOMS ON
first an! aeoottd floors, suitable for gentlemen mi thetr
wives o- single gentlemen, in a flrst ctsss home, convenient to
S-,nih or W all s rest terry Dinner at 6 o'clock. Apply at 103
Arcity street
Board in Brooklyn?two or three gentle
men. cr a family of grnwu perron* may be accommodated
wkh two h andsomely furnished rooms on the second tl or, in a
private family. In a very delightful location, near Wall street
and South ferries. Inquire at 79 Jorslemcr. street, between
Clinton and Henry streets. References exchanged.
Board in Brooklyn.?at 101 sctikrmerhorn
street, between Boer a in and Smith streets, com mo tlo us
suartmentg can be bad singly or In suits The house is at
pleasantly located as any fit the ctty, and Is twelve minutes'
walk from the terries.
Board in brooklyn.-.a gentleman and wife
or two single geut'smen can be aecoratnudateii n-|th nira
sant rocins and partial bt ard at 136 Livingston atreet, one
block brom Fulton avenue oars.
finivn t* nwnnri vv a ncaTr,ptpftt tdditt -iu
JB within Ore minutes' walk of South or Wall street ferry,
xi private family where there are no chll.V-ea. a nleaaaat
parlor with bedroom attached, will he let tr-a gentleman ted
wife or two tlr.glr gentlemen. on reasonable terms Referemca
eirhauied. Address a. D., box 160 rtenUaoBce.
Board in brooklyn wanikd-ry a you no
ladf, in a private family, In South Brooklyn, where the
Sabbath and re'lpton are respected. Would like to give leami
rn the piano to beplnnera lr. part pavmeut. Terma mode
rAte. Address Teacher, Brooklyn Post offl
Board in Brooklyn.?a few pleasant rooms,
with braid, in a Freuch private family, can be let to gentlemen.
Apply at 27 Summit street, South Brooklyn, near
Hamilton ferry.
Board in brooklyn.-a private family, living
in a pleasant house on Brooklyn Heights, would bo witling
to accommodate two young gentlemen, or a gentleman and
his wife, with a parlor and fu I hoard on reasonable terms;
the best of references required. Further Information can be
obtained upon apolloaUon to Darid m. Stone, Esq , at the office
of the Journal of Commerce.
Board in Brooklyn-families and sinol*
gentlemen can be accommodated with pleasant rooms and
board at M Willow street, Brooklyn.
Board in Brooklyn?att henry street, third
door from Congress delightfully locitel: large eomnunlatlng
rooms for families or gentleman ?n 1 wire: als > o'e ??nt
bHk rooms; five minutes' walk from South or Wail street
ferry. %
Board on Brooklyn Hrtcms.?furnished
rooms for married pnople or si -de gen'lemen. with b :ard
of the Urst character may be had at Ni. 6 Wit or sweet. Dinner
at atx o'clock. Those who desire superior accommodations
w til not fail to onUL I
iroARpmo MTO LOPOISO
BOaRP OK BsOORLYis HKIIHn), N? 16 OLINTON
utrn < Ootid board and n'eassst r<n??, on tha Vat tod
srcc.Dd ar.'. Us either fur laud, lea ir li.K'e geuUo.ueh t u.l
or i:'-nul lxsr&
HOARD ON BROOKLYN It MO'.I PS ? A G? N T..?? V H
end wife, or two slugl* gentle torn ee? he ecsoium slated
with n bai.iaomely iurul>)?*u r ora, wob lull o' partial ??r 1;
tl? b!>n?* line nil Uie moi'i r? I'lipr >*ea is oprl a'. IB l>ey
rtrre., second floor, between S nod II nno J and So'rlse.
loOAKD ON BROOKLYN HttlOHTS-UOOD BOaftD
4?_B?d pleasant room for centraiea nod Ihelr wives and
Mr gte gentlemen, may be bid by applying st onoe stS6 Willow
yeL brooklyp, or to M O. UOUlN, 87 BeeXaaaa street, New
iQrti references labmn
BOARD IN JKRARY OITY-a (j KMT I. KM \N AND HI8
wile can be acoommoda'ed with b (I'd, in n private family.
nt'i'y t,>rt ut tue cltyB0^1*
."OCTH BROOKLYN-A OBW
t ernan de?Ire. full boerd with n large unfurnished
rwm. In a genteel respectable fhmtty. The beat reference.
given end ft quired. Address B B K., Herald offloe.
Board wantrd-by a okntlsman and his
wife, an unfurnabed front room, with good .tzed nvify
attached; location between Portleth and Forty sixth atreete and
Sixth ?.r>d hlgbth arenoM Addreaa atating term., which must
be moderate, W. B., lol West thirty iliih street.
Board wanted-for two young ladies,
seamstresses. In a small respectable f mily, without other
boarders prelerred, near blith avenue, and not below Twenlrflftb
atreet. Tbey want separate rooms Address A. A. H.,
Union square Post oBce, this dsy. Reference* exchanged.
Board wantrd-by a you no Married woman.
whose hnaband Is absent, with aim? quiet fatal'y;
widow prelerred. where there are no boarders, west ot slx.h
s<enur, nnd above FourteeDtli street. Qood references given,
i d board paid In advanoe It required. Address Mrs. Mc Coy,
ccnua owco. tuuiug pri^, sc. __
BOARDING AND L0D lING?TO LET, A LARGE AM)
small room, with (all or partial board, at 107 Wooeier
i<rcet; tbe bouse U in a good nelghborbovl; has modern Imp
-oremenii; tbe rooma are neatly furnished; reference required.
BOARDING?331 GREENWICH &TRB?T; A FEW
more gentlemen can be accommodated wuh board at 93
i3 50 per week. at Mra TaYuuK'?
Boarding ?a private pamily would rent a
suit of rooma, on the second floor ooasuting of large
front and back rooma with hot aod cold water, get and bathe,
unfurnished and without hoard preferred; the same would be
let to single gentlemen, or a parly of gentlemen, whose washing
wcuid he attended to, furnlahed or unturulahed. Apply at
361 Kaat Tenth street.
Boarding.?a few booms, nkwi.y furnished,
remain to be dlapoeed of la the elegant house jnat opened,
36 Union square Famlieeia want ot ?er> aupertor scummodauona
can obtain particulars by applying at the bouse.
Boarding .-a few young gentlemen can be
furnished with excellent board at 93 CO per week: tbe
bouse is well situated, and furnlahed with an excellent bath
room, aod other conTemei cea. Day boarders can be accom
mooated on very reasonable terms, or with dinners oniy. Ap
piy at 60 franklin street
Boarding.-gentlemen and their WIVES or
single gentlemen, wishing good rooms and board, can find
the aanir oj applying at 13 Mooter street, near Canal. Also
a few respectable young ladies
Boarding.?a pritatb family residing in
Weal fourteenth street, and la a first elaas house, would
let with board, a front parlor and bedroom on the thl-d floor to
a gentleman aid wtte or Mngle gentlemen. Address Carltua,
box 8,387 Poet office
doarding -a few single gentlbmbn and gen
n ,,.mr? sail tkaie a ires Awa Km assniamc/iaiad antn n/vgv/d
board and pleasant rooms, where there are few boarder*,
by applying at No 41 trout street between Fulton and Catharine
ferries, Brooklyn. Apply all the week,
Boarding.?a large front room or tub
whole second floor to let, with board to gentle men aud
wlvee or to single gentlemen. House first class and ea?y of aecess
1-y cur or ?'a?e Perrons wishing a home will please ap
ply at Jll'Weat thirty Brat street. Terms moderate
BOARDING.?GENTLEMEN DESIRING FULL OR PAR"
tial boar I. io a quiet part of the city, adjacent to Bieroker
and Carmine streets, can be accommodated on reasonable
terms. The family .Is small and very retired Only s few
boarders will be taken. Apply at No 9 Commerce street
BOaRDIRO HOUSE PROPRIETORS AND OTHKR8
hav'ng rooms to let. with or without board, furn shed or
unfurnished, will find It to their advantage to register them
with us. Persons in want of them will be provided free of
espfDse. JONES A RsIL.LT, 163 Broad way
DIIIBABLS ACCOMMODATIONS AND OOOO ROARD
lorn limited number of respectable persons: furnishing
entirely new: terms moderate for good board No 166 Atlantic
street second door from Clinton, Brooklyn. very eonviolent
location.
DOANK HOUSE?H08. SOT AND ?9 FOURTH 47KNUR,
between Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth et-eeta. rami
Mee or single persona ran obtaim very desirable rooms in suits
or stng-e, with good board, at moderate charges. TraaMeal
persons accommodated at SI V per day.
Furnished rooms to i.kt-to 81ngle oknti.e
men, without board, at 849 Fourth street, near Broadway
BHJRNISHRD APARTMENTS-TOR SINGLE GENTLE
P men. or a gentleman and his wife, with or without board
Apply at No 8 Bameraley place. Houston street.
Furnished rooms to lht?with or without
partial board. Apply at 387 Fourth street, between the
Bowery and Broadway. House contains all the modern Improvements.
Furnished rooms to let-down town, without
boaro; a nicely furnished front room, suttasle for one
or two gentlemen. Also, single rooma Terms low. Apply
at 21 East Broadway, corner Catharine street.
Furnished booms-in a private familt. a
back parlor; also a room sod bedrecm on the aeoond
floor, with partial board. If required, at 166 Vartek street
Furnished rooms.?two gentlemen can havc
newly furnlthed rooma. In a very small private family, by
calling at No 166 Greene street, two doors ftoin Houston st
French family.-board wanted, in a French
fismlly, la New York or Brooklyn, by a young American
ady. It must be in a private family where she can have full
board, use of piano and as eligible room. Location mu>t be
v;catflll MJU UC1 U*1 Wll/ ICIOJHVCI |1ICU. Akuioa a.
M. F . station D fort offloc.
FRENCH BOARD IN BROOKLYN ?ONE OR TWO
gentleman cna be acoomaodated la a private Trench
finally. Apply at 183 Clintm street.
LODOINGB TO LET-NEAT AND OOMFORTaBLI
apartaeata Apply at 39UX Broome atreet.
KTOft. 1 AND S MONROE STREET.?GENTLEMEN MAT
!> obtain good board and pleaaaat room* at Noe. 1 and 8
Monroe atreet, corner of Catharine atreet Terma moderate.
ONE OR TWO GENTLEMENCA.V OBTAIN VERT PLEA
sent roome. with partial board, at River terrace. The
bouse command* a flee view of the river; three minutes walk
Irom the fe'ry. Apply at No. 6 Klver terrace, Hobokea
ONE OR TWO GENTLEMEN CAN BE ACCOMMODaTrd
with a handsomely furcithed room. In a private fatal
lv (partial hoard if required), at 137 Christopher avert ab-re
they can enjoy the sociabilities of young persona; within three
minutes' wale of the booth and Oathtrice ferry stage lines,
feigbtb avenue cars and Hoboken ferry; with use ef parlors
and piano 1' desired
PLEASANT ROOMS, WITH BOARD MAT BS OBta<red
in a private family at No. XI Ninth street.
Room to lit-to one or two young msn,
w-ltbcnl board, In a small private faml'y, la a very desl
raVeloeat'on. wr-et of Broadway near B'eecker ?tr,-st and
rear two stage routes Unexceptionable references required.
Address J a. A., beraldctOee.
SINGLE OR MARRIED GENTLRMSN OAK BP. ACCOM'
mounted with pleasant rex.ati and Ward, rooms fur.
ctilled or unfurnished; houxe baa a'l the modern improve
meets. Call at 85 Went Tiiirtyflfth street, between Meveulb
avenue sad Broadway; three miautei walk from Sixth avenue
ear*
TO SOUTHERNERS AMD OTHKR3 -TO LvT, A 8UI1
of room*, parlor* elegantly fundi tied, with uae of kitchen
Ifdeswei; bouse brat cjua Apply at 33 Went Twenty sixth
atreet
rl/PT ?FURN TgH l.D ROOMS. FOR LATOK3 OR GEN
tlemen, at iX Wrenter street, tbree door* from Amity at.
TO LET?TWO FURNISHED ROOSTS AND TWO PARlor*
unfurnished. chandelier* In. Partial board If required.
Private family. Cat at 40 Hen wick street, three doon
from sifting Greet. Pent low.
rLFT-PURMISHEP, WITHOUT SISALS, A VERT
pleasant front and back room on second flow; to gentle
men requiring qniet lodgings, in a private family, where there
are to other todeer*. theae room* are worthy of attention.
Apply to J. A. DIXON, 7 Amity atreet, near Broadway.
TWO OR THREE GENTLEMEN OR A GENTLEMAN
and wife can be accommodated with nleaaant rooina aad
board In a small private family residing In Twantv-eighth
street, e* nvenlent 'o Broadway and Flxth avetne. Dinner at
sit address G. H., box 123 Herald office. References ex
changed.
TWO OR THREE SINGLE GENTLEMEN CAN PC AC
commocaied with goad rooms and board. Term* reason
able. Apply at 121 Cbrystie atreet. near Broome.
VERT B EM SABLE ROOMS TO LET, Willi BOARD. AI
v 4# Kaat Twenty fourth street, new Madtaon park House
first clura and replete with nil the modern Improvements. Re
lerenre required.
WANTED-A WELL FCRNI8HKD ROOM, FOR A
leeplr.g apartment, containing gas and bath on the
west aide above Forty second street, for a gentleman engaged
In fcu tneai down town during the day. Address, atatlug tul)
parflc:la-?. Jay, Herald office.
TI7ANTED?T0 RENT. WITH BOARD, A ROOM AND
s 7 beorcom ru accord floor, either to gentlemen or a g?->
Agman and his aba, where they cm enjoy good society and
tig comforts of a home; aleo can acoemmoaate a youog ladv
tlat would like to room wl'h another, Late dinner. Apply al
ill* macoovgai mum.
NET"AN TED?PERMANENT BOARD IN THE CITY OR
T? country, for throe ladle* and a chiM dx year* old; board
sot to exceed $35 a month. Call on or adlre** M. D., $10 'or
tleth atreet, between kighth and Ninth avenue*. Befereuoei
xobar gel.
WANTED?TO BE DtLIVBRHD DAILY, HOT AND IN
good condition, dinner and tea for two percent, (n Broad
way, near Fourth itreet. Addreaa, itAtlnf terms, which muet
be liberal, box 139 Broadway Pott office.
2 AND 4 ABINGDON SQUARE, OORNEP OP HUDSON
and Bank itreeta ?A auit of room* to let, with board,
also room* lor tingle gentlemen. Dinner at 6. References
exchanged.
-tOUNO MAN CAN HAVE GOOD BOARD.
V u.uU. good bed* tod the uae of a plea*ant pario^al
H 60 per week, or a few young ladle* at W. Also elean iodg
log* at 1* cent* a night; bed* single or double. At 19 Wooeter
street, between Canal and Grand.
QQ NINTH STREET. BETWEEN NINTH AND SIXTH
ZD avenue*.?Rooms to let for gentlemen and their wive*:
alto room* tor angle gentlemen, with or without partial
board. _________________________
ill HE .NUT STREET-A NBW TOUNG GENTLEMEN
() 1 can be accommodated with full or partial hoard; also a
hardeome front room, with pintrte*, to suit a gentlemen and
wife. Reference* exchanged
A A IRVING PLACE, NEaR UNION EQUARE-A LARGE
TT fourth atoty room, contaiutng gas, closet Ac , will be
let, with board, on-eery moderate terms, to a gentleeum and
wife, or two single gentlemen. Al*o one single room. Dinner
st half ps*t?lx. Refereaoee exehanged
A nr. BROOME STREET.-A NEW GENTLEMEN OAN
ivtl Hod good board and plea*ant room*.
a
| boarding Ajyii Looana. , I
ri tenth Mint*?, bktwhn fifth and nrnr i
* " nvneu'S-A 'm |NllttNi or gentlemen sad their H
wlrft,Oil i.Ui htitfflifl) . .uulte.l roams ?u the lint I
sue ?ero.,<i U..or? ti. ? iir?i ?'K? houae. Iifnner ?( tlx o'oinok* H
beleieuoee r'ven sod rrqnired. H
ft<1 w,*>t k? i htkhmth PTRRrr.-p*p.i.Ott >id
" i bedroom fmaie'ely Mrrisbed. deslrab ? 'or a ladr
' od ce:tl*mui; >||iiu rooms I t genlleuieu, wit* baird. H
I will le rn.irn to i.1 .-epwble ?artle# who wou 1 prefer parous
, nrntetfkuiteuit-alB and a genteel borne. H
"1 m PPR1NO RfRRsT, FOPR DOORS FRlia HttOsD- I
; I " ' I way?Hoard, good and cheap A gentleman and but H
I wile, or a lew y ung o b, can he acoouiinoda'ed wt'h good H
board and plrsssn al-y rr>?ma and the pMyl.ege ot baJi room.
Aiao, a lew cay boarders taken.
10^ W*W FOUKTKaNTH STRKKT -TWO FI!? I
J. V? ? eu tsof ?oo?? Ob seooud and third tl >or?. with board. H
The situation u the flnesl In the street; open ib-tnigh to PU H
tee nth street; neoi and desl able for summer, and the house ia H
i \ery reipi et a Qrat ciaaa lealdeuce.
1/l(t WEST couktkknth PTKRRT?TFflB rimiT J
JUtr rlssa house, aodeairably treated. la now ooma lor lbs
rrcept on <<r a few select eaalUcs and single gentlemen Thmm^^H
wishing superb* ae yjrumodail ma may apply aa above A IkM^H
atali staole and coach houae attached.
11 Q KaBT F< U-IKkNTU HTRK&T ?A KKW
JL lO faibl lea aod two or three gentlemen can now
commodaied wnh tube or single rooms with board.
the meat delight ul mcatioes In (he city; the houae
newly furnished. aud oontalia a 1 the modern
able Brat olaaa, reie-eneea exchanged
' 1 9(1 MAOUOUOab STRItnT.?A ORNTLKMhff m I
I laio lady or a party of gentlemen will Bud a pleaaaal awlt
' '"" " oo 'be a> ti.i,; ii n r lurulabed or nuiuroiahed, ilea I
I "? ? moon *im bo rd. ob roavooBbie tor on; all the a??
dem iaiprovgmeau, reUrrucBa exchanged
I 1*40 il*m8.01! la MuW AT TBI
I ?t? gentleman And wife a suit of hand???ao,
ly triDiicPfl rr*?an o liieaoooi d Uo.ir, also ono room for a
1i gleg, titli-man, la a ft.at <Umatf private hoaae The beat of
rexeitnce given And requited.
I AK mun FTttSBT -A PBIVAT* FaHIt, T WUULO
It (J let a eult of tarnished room on aecoad a Ad third floors
suttiVe trr a Umlij. with private tole If dealred tu tha
love flrat rlass boose. conveniently located, near Broadway.
mWKST TwtNrTHBVBMTH htkrkt.-a raw
lug e gentlemen oan be accommodated with sarWwl
board and lodgings. Terms from Bdwft. References okchanged.
Q1Q FIFTH aYFWUB.?A BTHT OF B<JOM. IB A
O lO ornate family, furnished or anfuraimvrd. oe the a?
eood story ?ilh board alao a room suitable fur single pamtlemeo,
Itinuar aid o'otoch Bafaranoev asnhangsd.
tr<-l BROOME 6TKKBT, OtfK BLOCK WERT OP
tOX Broadway.?'I he most desirable and central locattes
In the city, being to the immediate vicir.lt- of all the drat c'aaa
hotel* I erunu;ot.t and transient boarder* accommodated.
Meals served in room* tf oeaued
BIO BhOnDWtt -KldtUaflT AND HaKDdOtfMX
Dt* fureiabed rooms to let, wttb or wlthaal partial board,
eooalitteg of par or* and bed rooms oommaaloau-ig. t lei,
single noma with grates, baths, gas. do , ou each door. Thm
bouse has been thorough'f repaired and furnished I .useBen
place# of auiueemeot Price* i enouable
7fv7 BROaBWaY.-THIB house HAVING BUM
I U I thoroughly repaired, Is now open to receive guests
on tbeAuropeao rlan a One restaurm! u also attached tn
the bouse, with either table d bole at 6, or a la nine
U1Q broadway. onk door BKLOW TAKNTYV
LO f rat street.?Fun labed rot-ma to let tor gentlemen's
lodging rooms. Piice from SI 25 to Si per week. Bath aai
gas in the house.
COUNTRY BOARD.
riountbt bo abd?At grkrnw i?h conn., thirty
* mile* from New York b> the New Y'trk sod New Birn
Railroad The bouse formerly kept of j t. Weed it now open
for the reception of boarders Immediate application wtll ancure
the choice of ro 'tns
CtOrhTRY BOARD?FOR A GIRL SEVEN TSARS 01.9.
> to be takrD care cf and educated, where there are uo other
children, beat of reerence# required CaU at U Sec-sad
arenue.
COUNTRY FOaRI) IN ASTON!* ? a FRW BOOXs, IH
a pleasantly situated residence, can be bad immediately.
House ta situated on blah irrouod. surrounded with shade
trer a, and easy <>f ?cee?a to and f am the city. Address is. D.?
box 1,868 Post office New Vnrs
CIOUNTRT BOARD CAN B? OBTslNKD AT THB
I late rrrldst.ro of u. Morsad. Oast etna Heights State*
Telard, brute Is sumouo'ed by tstrty two acr. a of ;*w? wad
abide trees with beauttful aea view (or miirs around Good
Stabling on the premises
WILLIAM C. BPKAR, Proprtetsr.
lOrNTRT FOARD WANTRD-FOR A OENTLVM.W,
l wife, two smail rh'ldrea aod curse-, a plate healthy and
well shaded, shout an hour's ride trorn the city, and <dw?
thrre are no other hoarders: farm bouse pre'er.ed. Address
J R? Be aid cQlot, staltpg full partioulars.
COUNTAf BOARD?THB POaT^FMHHO YO OOUKH,
on rtaten island having recently heen refitted < a >w
open for gnesta the home has every convenience for com
tort and retirement; arge gnunds fine vtews, irutt and shad*
tiees, gaa, stabling wi s hourly nommunlcal.uB with rev
fork, and wt bin two miauiea' wait of tie 'andloc. Patios
con apply on the premises, or are reierred to HKhKlt t.
K NRR, 74 Wall street. F, Y.
#yourtrt board -a lady residing in gar
V mstisvllle right sail a up toe Hndson river, harlaa th-en
slry rooms would like tc n eet with a party of 'our or tan
gentlemen of ftearty, qui** habits, who wou'd appreciate homo
comforts. References ex -b? pged. Address for one week bet
No. 7 OarmanavUle Past office.
COUNTRY BOARD WANTED?WITHIN ONB HOUR Of
the city, for a family requiring three rooms. Address a,
box 1?7 Herald office. ^
COUNTRY BOARD WANTED?TO it A UK?ruK<\K
and wife In s'-me private family or farm house, oneot
two noiint or tne cut Terms so ne moctersie. a across
fall p urtloulais, for three days, Henry, Herald office Ho other^^H
noticed.
(country BOARD WANTED-A gentlkvah ilr^H
t g"ged in business in the ci y (torn 8 K. M. until d>{ P. K
is desirous of procuring l)j?ei with * farmer, in a healthy le^^H
alltt, not more than If) or 15 miles from the city Please ad^^H
dress, st&'ing full pa tlculnre, W. J. W , box 190' Hersid offl
COUNTRY BOARD-CAN BE CBTAINBDPOB reV^H
liesntthe ptirtde boarding house forme-iy, kno*n asdi^H
New York tiay Hotel 4 he house Is beautuuliy situated on th^^H
Bav. commauciuga magnificent view of the Narrows Statn^^H
and lxrng Islands, and only , three and a half mil-is feutn th^^B
Jersey Cllyjerrr. Fishing, boating and bathing, ?t?g>* pta^^H
be place every boor
Ijtlkuant BOakd?ONE ok two pami'.i*8~n^^|
Li airing board for the suaimer at one ot the most nharmin^^H
pises on t?e Hudson, can make arrangements bv %d<i>es?<a^^H
W G. B., box 3,462 Font office. Unquestionable references e^^H
changed.
bifaTk board at daKatuus springs'?Faie^H
lies and others vrlshlcg to avoid the bustle a>,d extrova^^B
ganoe n' a hotel, will find a pie vast resort at the old manste^^H
known at Washington Hall Address Mrs J W. Mason.
ING SING-THE ADVERTISER DR8l1~Kg fF>AB^^|
for bis two daughters In or near Sing Sing; in s pnnl^H
fsmliy prelerredfweil shaded sronnds and gravel walu ladt^^H
penrable. Adc rent Mr. Howard, Brooklyn Post office.
INSTRUCTION.
A i ?<u rn:<?Anpiur aim eui I ".MMIU, IBKK^H
mor.ths seven y eight lessens; or double entry hioi|^H
keeping, lessons unlimited. $10 Commutation for all brsnche^^H
to qualify young men for business. $40 Ladies wrido^^H
lessors 82. at 1'aIe h'a, No. Si Lawery and ii3 fulto^^H
street, Brooklyn.
A~CADKMT OF PiNMANKflTP AND BOOKKSKpInI^M
363 tiroaaw ay ?'The suuscrioer*s moms are ooen day an^^H
[ evening for thorough practical icatriintlon iu writing. bee^^H
keeping, Ao Full cucceaa guaranteed *>ai:, old or youar
OLIVER a. UOLD8M(TH.^H
ttUOBT Ok TtN Twio i. a DIES OR HOV8 WILITb^H
El tasen in the family of th9 subscriber, on immedtate
o'iratton. to t>e instructed In the Kogllsb br*> ches, i
Greek, French, music. pslntiog, An For oarttculara addrn^^H
H Merwln, Menvlisvtlle. Conn. Reference, Wm IHendsrso^^l
73 Nassau street, New berk.
W. BgOICWllH WILi, KCCKJVB RCYfcit Ai/dP^H
. nlsrds into his bearding school si f'romwelt, rear
town, Conn. Board and tuition $2S0 oer annum. Circulars
Ne. S Park row, of Clark, Austin A Km lb.
GAI WAY IiTDIRB^BFtfINARY, OALWAY SARATTHJ^H
county. N Y ? instruction enutioue-1 through the sum nit^H
Board, and tuition In nil Kngiigb branches, $iis pe'scko^H
year. Superior advantages in tastumental and vocal mnsH
modern languages sod other ornamental branches, the Prti^H
cipal or one of the Prufesiors will oe In tie oily to accompa^^H
yrung ladies to the BPit.liarv on F,iday of each weak.
arrangements can be made with Messrs KICK ? aNTIRICW^H
No 336 Broadway, or J. H. r.U?? AttiW, Esq , No. 24d Was^H
ington street
KB RHFKNY. TEACHER. OF PSNMANSaTTl^B
Pprlng atreet ? AtteuUm ta invited.?Mrs t>.. former^H
of 97 (o'd No 1 ( anal street {new No. 364), has no other locati^H
than the above?164 Kprtng street.
DENTISTRY.
I 1 Lll UlLKKU VrSBAIIVOD rsttFUKVKU Iff T1
I OL most skilful and srdeutiQc manner; every variety of te<
Inserted, la pans or whole sets, on new and improved u-lo
pie*, by Prs PsKTEKkK. and WILSON, <35 in Old war o
ucr Howard street Mo exorbitant prices
ARTIFICIAL t'KKTH INSERTED *T THK LOW31
possible prlres. bete on liver, $8, curette, $10, m
ICS; continuous gums. $15 and $06 Teeth extracted wltSu
pain. 519 Canal street, one block westo! Broadway.
KAOLETON A C >N?A*. DeutME
ENTISlftY.?TXStTB *XTHACTED In riil d
funds without the I'tvtaes* pain Sets fn stiver $9; ?*
ite. $H). eootinosus pure $'6; cold. $35 Mo eitra charts l
temporary sets. Dr. B- <3. DL'tt^IN, 363 Oaoal sawet, 1
tween Laurens and Wooster.
D" ENTI8TS -DBS afTNH AND a. J.$CoLBT BA3 '
Inform their frienda and the pub'le that th?? have notes
Into partnership, and guarantee to make the beat and ch -au
i wotk to be had in the city. A guarantee of five years gfv
with all work performed by them Call and eee for j?
1 selves. 287 Bowery, eusl aide, a few doors above Housl
etreet
R L J. O'BKlBN OONTlNBKtt Hl8 RKD'JOI
price* for his tuimttable continuous rum teeia. ofl
huure, 8 a. m. to 6 P. m. 1?2 Best Thirtieth etreet, twei
minutes ride from his late residence la Bond street, in Sew
1 Ihlrd ead Fourth avenue tara
GALLERY OF TEETH?D?. MAMRON'H, Twaivrr ?
coatd street and Slx'.k avenue.?Gold sets, plattna. g?a
type*, vulcr.nite, silver. Ac.; 18 years established; 4 orrmhv
awarded. Teeth eels a* low a* $10, $10, $10. $10, $10. $10, |
. $10, $10, $10. $10, $10.
JC KENNEDY, DENTIST, 2?t BOWER?, T3R,
, doors bel>w Prince street, etui contloaea to Insert
Incomparably life-luce teeth et unusually low pnoee. 1
beet 910 set to be had In the city: partial seta oa gold only
each tooth; do. ea river only 91. ^anlea requiring be a
vices of a first rate dentist would promote tbelr cwa interest
visit this establishment, as Mr. K. Is determined to spare
exestions on his part to give entire saUsfsoUim
T~ EKTH ?UNION RQI7AK1C.?RB. BaTB, DKNTI
oalis aUontioo to the central situation of his rooms His a
Octal teeth have no superior i? the city, and operational
pain esslj performed. Mo. 88S Broadway, oomer of Tl
eeo tb street.
WATCHES, JEWELRY, AC.
AN AVB^^T^THK QUESTION WHAT ABB OA
fernia dlemondeT-Oalifornte diami nda are simply pie
of crystallxed q.iar t rock, found only in California, hnlld
by a peculiar process hm to equal the real diamond in b
liincv. Being ha'd as adamsnt they are durable, aoil can
be injured either by sir nr water. Call and examine them,
eitlbitlon and for sale at ,
Mi Breadway. Broadway S31. Broadway 381.
ATCHKB, JEWBCRT, CHAINS LOOKKT8, Ad, A(
Mew and elegant assortment, ch-apev than any bo
m the city, wholesale and retail. A liberal discount to
trade CounWy merchants wlU do well to call and exan
odr goods before purchasing elsewhere.
Q, LB FOOT A Oa, 77 Heweu street, room Ho.

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