Newspaper of The New York Herald, May 20, 1850, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated May 20, 1850 Page 3
Text content (automatically generated)

f IliTERnSEIEIfTS REXKVEP KfEIT 1IT. KKWAHOS. " TDVRViLABV?T11E HOl'8X or MB. II. B. WANMAKEK. Ml J1 Be [Vupal (tract, aa* forcibly entered ob Friday ai/ht Iwt, ikr?agh I he rear iQarineut ?f*daw?. and the following artieln. taken ibrrvfr"io : I white embroidered Crape Shawl: J while Broehe Shawl ; I green Merino L.uk Shawl, liaed with * biti- tilk ; I square Drub Shawl; 4 Siher T*-1 Spoon a, Marked S. A. H\; 8 Silver Table Spoon?, marked II. R.S. A. W'; 1 oral Cold Cane Miniature. A liberal reward will b? paid for tbe rrc very of the article*, or detection of the per- I e*n or |?rHoi ?bo eouiiuittcd ihe act. I'awu'.ruhera art rejected rot to porehase. or receive the above. BjjWu and FhiladUphia Police will please aoliee. ______ DEAD Pl'RSE LOST?JIO REWARD.-LOST. OX TITESU day ?r?rni?f, betweer Jersey City and tba l.'nion Hotel, aion "Square, a Brad I'urte aud Bracelet, of plaiu (old Tba parse contained two small cold piecej, and a few ehllMairi> Ar v pa'rfon bringing the above article* lo the .leik of the H.ralJ off.ee. will receive the above reward, and may retain tb* gold pieeei. * OST-ON SATURDAY, THE l*ru INST.. A DIAMOND JLi Shirt Pin?ore lar^e diamond?eounrwhero in H'all treat, or Broadway. Ti n finder Kill be liberally rcwardod, u II l?<;,.l,n? k- A.tnr II. use Lost- on VINIISDiT, tni IKS*., WPOUD W a Broadway omnibue, a liold Heart, enamelled on one id*, ntaining the daguerreotype of a lady. " J- B. M , In- I diaaapolia." ?a* engraved en tl;e inri'Je. Th? finder will be Wkt rally r?warded by leaving tie aim* at tUd 4*?? of th? Borald office. Ten dollars reward?lost, on Saturday, litli mutant, a poeket book, eoutainiag thirty-roar dollars? $.1?i in bill*, and two gold piece! of and $1 auk, aad a half dollar in silver. The finder will reoatv* the aUvv reward, l<y leaving it at No. 23 A an street, iu the b?? ei?. #1A REWARD.?LOST, ON FRIDAY AFTERNOON, yj) lU 17th int., in Broadway, between Howard and Canal a?reeis. or ia the Grand and Court land t struct ata/e.a Puck 11 Beok eontaiaing Thirty-six Dollars. The fluder by returntar th>< ram to Carpender's Lork Factory, 1J1 liroadway. Will receive the ab..ve reward. Mocking bird lost.?escaped from mi cage yeatcrdar. (Sunday) a young Mocking llird. Anyperaon eatchim: and returning the snme. will be liberally rewarded. by WM. DlHIII.F.*63 Broadway, opposite the Park. A YELLOW, SMALL SIZED COW. STRAYED OR WAS atolan, on May IXth, IK.'*!, from tne corner of the Ninth avenue >no Twelfth street, with a rope around her horns ? Any person that return* the said cow will he liberally reward *4. MICHAEL DOUGHERTY. SPRAYED?ON FK1DAV, WAV 17T*. KKI?A I>I'N < Olird Cow: ker bind leg* ? hilt; a amall whitu stripe in her forehead: a freak u<*der cf milk; milk* out of five teat*. Any per" u I r;ii?inriuic the came to Mr. McEnally, corner of Coin ml a ftrn t nad Ilaniiliou avtaat, Hr""klvn, will be hnud?o**l> reward, d. PATKIt K DOWNEY. Owner. POLITICAL.. ' ! DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN GENERAL COMMITM*.?The Democratic Republican Eleetora of the City ad County of New York, friendly to regular nominationa, and the an (ten of tke party, are repeated to meet in their respective election dUtrieta. this evening, May Hi, at ?S o-ei. ck, to elect one delegate from each election district, to weet in convention at Tammany Hall, on Wedneaday vaaing. May 22. at 7*? o'clock, for tne purp"ae of preparing an efficient ayatem for the fotnre i rganiiation of the dcroo rati* party ia thia city: lhe aaid election district meeting* ? be beld at tbe following placea, which have been fixed by tke select cnnuiktee, np >n consultation, aa acceptable la v*ry portion of the democratic party:? MsC. riKST WARD. 1. Bread street Hnuae, corner ef Broad and Pearl itrtett. 3. Dimoad'a, vomer of Beaver and New itrceta. A Willie's, 123 Cedaratreet. Bcono wasp. 1. Stoneall's 131 Fulton. i. McKialey'a, 12 Fulton Market. TH1RU WARP. i 1. Woodruff's. 204 Faltoa. I 1 Fay's. 44 Veaey. 9. J>o. 3B n urea. | 4. II iMI244> Urcin irieh. roi Itm villi. 1. Phakipeare, enraer William & L>u*ne. 3. Plumo'?, 27 Jame* ?treet. 9. Mill's. Jarurh' Slip, brtirMi Water and Treat. 4. Oakley'i, corner D?wr anil Pearl. rirrw *iauf 1. Victoria Ilni't.iH l?nn?ril. J. Wailnngtnn L'ineh, ."**) Ure'ii* ich. 8. Ilaward ll<>n>?, 118 Wait llri'ailii;. 4, No. 1117 Hudson. I. Marian Hall, if? Canal. aixTH tun. 1. Sixth Ward Ilotal. corner Donne ail Cmin, 3. Monroe Hall, corner Pearl and Cantr*. 3. No. 102 Bayard ilml. 4. North American Hotel, corner Bowery and Bayard ft. I. Uobuktn Home. Pearl etraat, aear Centra. XlfEITH WARD. 1. Tipper'e. corner East Broadway and Pika street. 3. Head Quarters. 1.W Madieon atraat. 3. Seely'i, 7 Catharine Slip. 4. Coaly'i, enrnar Jrfferfon aa4 DItIiIob atraat*. ?. Harti edy'i. 3S7 Charrw atreet. 4. Dtrleklaad'i, coraer Madison and Grand itreet*. 7. 8^aira?, rner South and Jarksoa itraata. BUHTN W1U. 1. Meteer Home, corner Mercer and Broome itralta. 2. Colon'!, !)H Wooster itreet. .1 Churchill's, 1HH Sprinc itreet. 4. Ueaoetdcn'i, corner Variek and Domlnlek Mracti. 4. Balfe's. corner Varick ar.-i Charlton stre?4*. 4. Weeterrelt's, eorner Domin'ek and Hudson itraata. 7. Crimea's, corner llndion and Charltaa itraata. a Oraar'i, 243 Spring itreet. HIWTM WilD. 1. Daria'i, 429 Hudson itraat. 3. Saeor'i, 271 Bleaeker itraat. X Kipp'i. earner af Hadeon and Obarlei Itraata. 4. Foafiar'e, 101 Sixth a'enwe. 4. Miller i, aaraer if Hammoad and Hudaon itraata. 4. Smith's, M Perry atraet. 7. f. E. eorner of Seventh arcana and Twelfth atraat. 4 Halfway Home, evr. of Eighth niaaaa aad Thirteenth it. TKITH WilD 1. Straui's, Delaaaay, aear Chryitia atraat. 1 Tenth Ward Hotel, coraer of Hroama and Forayth it*. ?. St. David's Hall, M3 Walker atraat. 4. Houfi, eorner of Ludlow and IMwtaloa itraata. 4. Jaaaaca Hall, avraar of Broome and laaaa atraat*. tit ?rn waan. 1. K. W. aaraer af Stanton aad Attaraaw itraata. 2. Maaahaa'a. corner of Stanton aad Colombia atraat*. X Sayder's. 1*7 nonaton itreet. 4. Fountain Cottars, 323 Third Itraat. 1 ?. Ha*f'a, f< rn?r ?f fi'urik aad tttaatoa atraata. i i. Gould'a, l<*7 Avaaaa C. 7. luti'l, itritr Avfnii D and Taatk atraat. TWB.rTH VilD. Blanald Hcna*. MankalianTilla. TMIITIUTK ViMk 1. Rxkmia'i, 413 Grand ittwl. 1 Mo. I(M DiIikhji atraat. 8. V*. 41 Colamhi* atraat. 1 Barrj'a. foot af Vraad ilmt. rOI'STSKKTH vtl*. 1. MaGnlra'a. Kritr Prtaaa aad Marina atraata. 2. M.r?liall'a eoruar ?.f Syrian aud Malharrj a<r??ta. 1 D?? rrmlie Ilitd-Qiukri, MrMl Oraad u4 Hilthath <lrMli. 4. Br<n' a. Zlt Caatr*. I. liiri|ki)'i, Mri?rtl?>l<rirJ Mutt. rirrmaTH *> >.. 1. M?. 1* Blaoakor. 5. (' ilntina Hall, *<0 llreidfi;, I. Tmibil! Ru4n. 4. WuhlHton IU11. annar of Thom^a Foartb. 4. 5. t. fumrr Blub ina? u4 Ibfiilh UtMi 4. BruVb'a, 4C Eaat Thirtaaath atraat. nmani Willi. 1. ftrkar'a. Niath hhm. 1 Itrglaa'i ?!ii?*aih ITaril Hotal, 1M W?rt Saaaataaatk. 5. Roarkt'a. f< r??r Taatk aaaaae and Twalj-MinH at. 4. Crawf?rd'a. 'i&l liaklli ataana. 4. Udairk'a, eoraar Mi(ktk mail and Thirty-third at. mnTima *nn. 1. M. K. auraar H?wary aatl Riaingtoa. I. Ilrrv>itKff Hall, tumar llnat.in and Allan. V K nra l t llona*. Si aalon Uiwa.n Suffolk aa<l Norfolk. 4. I>? 'y a. anri.tr nowary aad Vliird. f. Rllay'a. a rnar atanua A and Haanml atraal. %. < urnar it?kh? A and Aaaantk atraat. 7. Faaan a. 215 atanua I'lrat aaar Twxlftb atraM. r ri?lirrKNTM WABD. 1.*MilJ? man'a 179 llr-adtray. aaar *iaat*?ath atraat. J. Tayl^r'a. Mit?eath atraat. aaar Ftrotaraana. t. Holl a llaad, Jr., Third araaaa, batwaaa fwaatj-lklrd til Taaata-ftiirtl at rrat a. 4. R?ak?a'a Coraar at Thirtr-?l*th a'. aad Third aaaaoa. amirtiarN *||D. ffaarr'a. flra Ml la ll< u*?. Third anaaa. Aa tha IJ'h and 19th irarda hata aot yat hoaa diridad lata alarlif a dlatrli 'a. II la rfoiair.andad that th?y iWl aa maay 4alf|?i? a? it la anlaratod ttiar will hava diatrlata?that la, Uiw ia tha IHh. aad two la th? IJik. aad alao. that tfcay ill a tha varaarX in tha Oaaaral Comaittoa can aad by tha Ai'lama thr lltth ward. i?? ?ru?r in? wnwiwnf " TERN AN DO WOOD, ClitimM. flanarr Piriiix. ) ... R M {SarratarKa. FMtrr RNTII WARD.-THE DEM<HRATII' REI'l'Bll?aa Elact< ra of tha lith Ward ara raqaaatad to aaal t tka Mlr*ia? plar< . all :? 1. KcOnlft'). K.raar of Pri??. and Marion (IfHtf. J Narahall , rrraernf Jpria. aad Balkarry atraata. 3. I;?m rratlr H'>< Qurttri. roraar of Uraad aad DiMtalk atraata. 4. Rrj%nt a, Na. 2J2 Caatra rtraat. 1. Orr?u*t. ty't, < omar of llaatar aad N tt Ta rlnl ? lVI>|tlt fr?ai rarb Elm ion Putrlcl, to '?! la I'onaantlon at Tammany Hall, na W?dn?aday rraalna. Bat 12<1, at 1\ a'alwak, fi r tha pnrp?a? of prararln* aa ?Balaat ayitam fir tba fatara iTiuliatloa >f th? dam rat la fail;. Hjr ordar of tha Dam Rap. Oaal. (Yianntta*. rflft EI,TTifwARP -THE l>m(H RATI< RRPU RL.ICA M A Rlartora a( Uia Twalftk ward Ara raoaaatad la BMt a* aha Rik(<"U llatal. Mankattaaallla, oa aday aaaalnc. at kalf paat7 nVlarV. t? ala?t Ikraa dalagatea ta tha Conatf faaaratloa tt 1 .minanr Hall, for tha parpoaa of ranr?antainr tk? part*. By oriar of tka Daaoaratla Rapakltaaa 'i>r"ilri>M>rilM. _ NINETEENTH WxKP TIT DEMOtRATM REPUBllraa EU^'ora of tha Ninataaath ward ara raqnaatad la aal at *tarr'? Elm Mil* lloaaa, Third a*?aaa, oa Moaday aaenni*. roth inatant, at half paat 7 o'rlork. to aalai t thraa dala??tae to iha Taaatf Caataatloa. at Tatamauy Hafl. for tka parpoaa of ra< rraauing tka parti; aad tao maahara ta rfMMart tkr ward la th? Uaaaral < oamlttaa, at Taaaaay IU!1. By ?rd> i < tka Drmcrraiia RapnkUcaa liaaaral C?a Ittaa. HCKAlAL MmiCM. CI R A l> 1> DEDICATION AT Til* yoRR BAT ? I aaatrry. ..f tka Barial l.n|? t>?'.?a#ia* to tha Itaraaa lit' ",r. / J ,f V4* rlluwa. Tha apaHoaa ataaaar * w j *!. ii?* taara tha foot -t lUrotay atraw*. aa Wondny. t^a a || | J and Saalook, far tha V'" 'rip will ha appropriated aielaaiatla fa? prorwal ? r,,l 'V'u M'Rkiiaiii paintIm rivE oraixi A wotkawn will aaaat wl'h laamadiat* awptoymaat. ta ap|l)lr| to riiarlaa *m.|, (alatar. J llloka a*r*at. Rrooklf*. AO ??r O. r.-TIIE MEMHERn Of TEXAS U?D<I?. a No I* aad af Tantania Lod(>, No. M. A. O. af U. f, ar? ra?|aa?ltd to maat la thair raaaaattaa r-oa?a. on Mnadajf, May ? Ea'alrafc, A. II.. for tha parpnaa of ). iamf la A |'roa???i- a aad aftar atar^hiac throngh tha aarar?l airaau. vtll rra^aad ta f.iriy-atfiiik atraat, a?ar tha tail rirar. ah ara a Raaa-r proamtatioa to tha aho?a oamad l.?d?a will taika ?la- ?. Tha R. II. II. Mia of tka fttata af Na* York, aad tha ToamWra of tka Ordar ta Raoaral. ara raapaatfally rliad ta>ala la tha praraaataa. Rapraaiatatlra Jaha Oaat arill art aa lira ad Maraliall. Br ordarof tka r?a>mltt?a af Arraa??i>.?nta. FRBDRRIC ill IIOMMURO. NOTH E.-TIIE IARTMAN WUO TIK>* A WAT. BT aitataka. !? barr Railroad Iraa, fraa tka wharf foot of fhatoa'traat. oaar tha tahaaao taaivaotiaa warahaaaa, will W ft J. T. TaP*COTT ft CO.. M tilMUNMIKtSIIN rvi'l riM NDKRS. rOKSIR -I Ann nil Nm-ii Nrw Y.rk. h?*? M b?4 I ?,n artieW Mr?VMr for IM?wipl?<? Piiatia* KattklidiTl ? MrtalaM vbif-h tfct* wtt an |>rtat*4 arc ftoa . V riRAICUL. mIK /Wlfl Tt> CAPITA I.IWTS ?WAlfTtD?BT A 9ti?*),IHPV whr.!???l* rr???'j WH?I Of Ml??? Zrirf fW?< tMMM tn tK"**. M ??1iM ?b pr?ffm<. Hj * *h* '??**? " M ??f? "<? mliiMk with * !?<*? fl.*? fcy iw?,. W> n?ft 1Htfc ml garth Pi ?#? __ _____ MO*?T LBBT.-TBB HK1IIWT pmr?s a Pr a vr*n, Hi ferp* MMfl mm?, ? *?M rtl??r vatahM, *2MrpSi^i?SM3S&.. WIU1M, ?MC PHM I?. art a?*m? IHA ? li vkjurn. WANTED?TEN COMPOSITORS, AT TniS OFFICE. i Apply iBiuediatelj. Ftimucil aimationa for good ???. _ i WANTED-BY A YOUNO MAN WUO UNDERSTANDS budueea (on?rally, a eituati-a ia a wholeaula or , retail dry nooii or other itora. either m Clerk or Bookkeeper. <>r in a newapamr oflVce, (a wbleh ke hai had eon- | (lderable experience. l? a Rovd jad<a of auuey. Cm<ive the moat anexoeptioaable reference, AddreM J. D. V., ' Herald oflee. WANTED?A OOOD TRENCH OR GERMAN PEMAI K Cook. None a<i?d apply butaucb ua apeak Freaob. Apply at No. Ill Itnaeh atrryt. 1 WANTED-BY A I'ltOTESTANT VOIM; HiiMW. A ailuatioa * a firat rale Cook, wh-i ran well r?e?in- j tnriidcd from her laet place. Sbo can l>e aeou for two da) < only, al 814 Foartb ataeet. flfANTED-^BY A SINCI.KbENTI.EU A V, A ROOM UN ?t lurnisnea,in m <oum wiiu > roioa fUTrniuai'iii, *ua eo n pied by a prisate family, in the upper portion i>f the Seventeenth ?ard. Apply at 13 Amity street. between the U?in ?f t and 4 P. M. ' j WANTED?A COM PITENT UPHOLSTERER. TO (JO TO i Philadelphia; one that has a thorough knowledge of the busines*. and van come w?il recommended as to industry, eltaiiWUr and sobriety. Apply to EDM'ARD WIRTUS, IS Liberty street, up stairs. ' *rANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNO ENGLISH ?? woman, a situation as Uousnmaid in a respectable i family. Han ft?c4 references froiu the last family slit) lived with in London, Please address C. 3., Si Whitehall street, for a few days, WANTED?A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE vouiig woman, as Cook, Washer and Ironer, or to de < general housework. or ehamberwork and mm iug, or to take eare of children. Can eut children's dresses. ami make thcin p. She understands all thia well. Would lx? willing to go a short distance in the country. Brit reference can ho 1 given fr<>m her last place, where she has lived three years. Cell at No. 17 l?nr?? street. Can he seen for wo days. \L! ANTEI>?A SlTl'ATION, BY A RESPECTABL1 ?? w< man, a* Chambermaid and Laundress. Siie undorstands doing up ladies' muslins. Thu advertiser has no objection to do the kitchen work of a small family. The best of city references can he given. Can be seeu for two dnys. Please call at i!t*j Elisabeth street, in the rear, near Bleecker. ' \l' ANTED?A SITUATION, BV A RESPECTABLE ?? young woman, as Chambermaid and Waiter, nud to assist in wa-hing and ironing, if required. Would go a short dietaries in the country, <;.>od city reference can I'" giv n. Can l>e seeu lor two days, if not engagcl. Please call tit N". I.l'i Crosby street, between Uonstou aud Prince, front room, first floor, in the rear. WANTED?A SITUATION. BV * U I'.SPEI 1 A III K girl. as Cook, w ho perfectly understands her haaincse, and would assist iu washing and ironing. She w mM have no objections to do the work of a small family, and would go a short dis'ancr in the country. Go"*d rcferenoca given. Apply at 91 Eleventh street, between First aud Second avenues. Can be seen for two days. WANTED?A RESPECTABLE (URL. AS NURSE AVI? Seamstress. None need apply unless well qualitle I. Enquire at .111. 4th street, next to the cornur of Green street. WANTED?A SITUATION, BV A RESPECT A IlI.E Protestant girl, a* Child's Nurse aud Seauialrea*. Cau he teen for two davs. Has no objection to go a little wave in the couutry. Apply at SU2 Houston street, second floor, trout room. I WANTED?A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE young woman, to do Chamber Work, and waiting, aud assist in the washing and ironing, or as nurse and seamstress, aud has no objection to fo a short distance in the country, aud can give the best of eily reference. Please call at No. 1 17 Rose street, front house, on the first floor, where she can be seen for two <la>*. WANTED?BY A YOUNG SCOTCH GIRL, A SITUAtion as Cook or I.auudre?s. Good reference van be Itven ; ran r.c neen 10* two aaya at ^io. 1 t ulliiter Uriel, beween l.al<ht and H?b?rt. WANTED?BY TWO RF.SPEi TA11I F ^ HI Ml WOMEV aituationi; on* Mil a ftrat-rate Cook, W*?h?r ana Irnner: the other a* nnrir anil take rare of children, la a g**d plain eewer : hat the beat of city reference; can be wen for two days, at No. 9H Thompaoa atrcot, between Miring and Prinoe. WANTED?BY A SMART WOMAN, A SITUATION AS Cook, in a reaper table diuiag aaloon or boarding houae. M t ia capable of her buaineae, and can give aatiafac- | lory reference*, if required. Plenae eall at Jtrf Mulberry itreet. np ataira, aeeond flaor, front room, Mr*. Timon'e, where ah* *an be *een for two day a. Sha would go aa I'aatry Cook in a hntel. if iei|tiired. WANTED-A SITUATION, BY A VERY COMPETENT girl, with good eity reference, to eook, wanh and iron, r da the homework of a prirate family. Call at 74 Sixth avenue, in the bookatore. WANTED?BY A RESPECTABLE CIR1? A SITUATION in a private family. She i* a (nod cook, waaher and Iraaer. The beat of city reference Riven. Can be ace a fur two day*, at 417 Tenth atreet., in the rear. WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN, A situation aa aaexperieaeed I.aundreaa,or todoehamberwork and Sae waahing and ironing. No objaetioa to go a abort distance in the eoantry. The beat of eity reference. Caa be aeen fer twe daya, from 10 to 4 o'elock, at 36 Ureal Jo nee atreet. WANTED?A SITUATION. BY A VERY COMPETENT *irl, with excellent city reference, aa Nurae and SeamatrrM, or Chambermaid and Waiter, ia a private family. Would go In the ooaatry. Apply at 74 Sixth avenue, ia tii* book atere. WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN. A ituatioa aa Chambermaid, aad to aiaiat In waahin? , and ireniag. or to do plaia sawing. Good eity reference caa be nivea. Caa be aeea at U Ileary atreet, ia tha rear, bat oor WIN TED-A SITUATION, BY A CLEAN AND RE pectabl* girl. ?M the beat city recommendation. to do ehamberwork, aad washing and iroaing, or to take oar* of children and do aewing. Ia a flr*t rat* wa*h*r and ironer. and caa eat and flt children'* cloth**, aad ia a v*ry good chambermaid and waiter. Will make heraelf generally n*efal. lie objaetf on to go ia tha eouatry. Pleaae eall at 690 Broadway. WANTED-BY A STEADY PERSON. WIIO I* MO?T aaxioua to obtain a aituation in a mmMMi famrtr, aa I hamlermaid and Seamatr***, or would take ehmrr* of aa infant, *)>* b*ing aecnatom*d to children, and wonld make beraelf in anjf way uaeful. Caa fire the beat of eity reference. ??um m. ii i roany iirni. ] WANTED. A SITUATION.?A FIRST RATI COOK, I Wuk?r and Ironar, wiahaa to gata HostIon. *b?kaowa 1 kaw W da all hi?4i of raaklaf, aad I* a (rat rat* waahar aad Ireaar: kaa the Wat rtroaanlalloa from bar laat aaaployart. Plaaaa fall at 2t3 Howery. WANT! D?A SITI'ATION, BV A RBSPBCTABLB r.f * nmn ?? r k - r ( h am lia rata i d and l<aoadr*??, or to da ?*aarai hnua*work in a amail pritata family. Boat af rafcraaaat ?l?an Inaair* I.t7 Gr*aawiah atraat, 5th door frcm ( uri landt. cp ataira. ml fl nr. front r >..oi, for t? o day*. 1 WANTED?BY A RESPECTABLE WOMAN, A 8ITUAtiaa aa Chambermaid or Cook ia a hotal or boardinfhoaaa radartlaada har InaiatM perfectly wall, aad aaa I ?.?? goad fit? Tvfaraacai. No objcetioa* to jo a ahort dietaaee ia tba ceantry. Plaaaa iaqaira at IBS Halbarry ai. WANTED?A GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSEWORK ia a asall private faaiily; oaa alio if a ??..d waahar 4 iroaer, and aaa (oat wall raeoaiBaadad. Wane* not to ticcad ti? t dollar* a aioath. A Protaataat praferrtd. Call at N*. IOH Baak atraat. WANTED?BY A RESPECTABLE YOl'NO WOMAN. I a aitaatu n aa plain Caak; ia a trat rata araaher aad i iroaer. aad woald hawilliag to do h?aaawork in a aaiall pritata family. Tka eoaatrjr prafarrad. Itaat of en* referenda. Can ba aaa a for twa day*. Plaaaa call at II* Amity alraet, In ?ha roar. , WANTED-A SITUATION, BY A REiPECTABLT hronght-ap woman, to attend <iaa or two ehltdran. San teach them to read aad writ*, if raqaired; ia willing to i n Mwla* aad aay bind of light work. lo juira at 61 Mulberry airee!, Aral floor, for Mr?. L"ot. 1 w from Enirland, aituationa, either In Naw Tork or rmiitry Oaa hat haea aeenetomed to a general wbolaaal* and mail dm* trade. aaotbar to a general drum ry aad grocery 1 eetabllehateet: aad tba third haa hald tna ai'uat.oa of a i enafldeatial alarkabip. All can pr?dn*? tba moat eati'factory refereaeea. Applioatiaa la ba made at No. I.VMVtar atraat. WAKTED-*ITI ATIONS BV TWO VoCNG oaa aa l.ady'a Naid. who ia a good aeam?!rae? aad hair draa*?r. aad will traaal t* aa? part of tha United ?ta??a or ' Ear?pe, aad kaa na ahjaatiaaa to taka aara of children; U>? athar to 4* rhamharw. rk u< flaa waahtov, aad ia an aioal. lanl HiaialrtM. Cu ba a??? for In daya, it |?l Twalfth I tmar < Caiaaraity PIin. Ilrit of rity r-f?r. ?.n WANTED-BV A UIPKUILI YOINO OIRf., A ! altaalion aa Ckaml.ars aid and W altar. t to aaatal In j \ aaahia* and Iroaing, or to Ho raaaral hoaaaw?rk la a'mall prtvata familj. Caa ?l?a tha aaoat aatiafbrtory *ly rafar a'M. Am?I; al No. 77 faetory atraat. Kamxl. WANTED-A TOt'KO I.ADT. TO ATTEND A CONfacttoaar'i atnra, al tha K'raar of W'alkar atraat and ! lire ad* ay. R>fmaM raqairad. ! ] WANTED A GI NSMITH. TO TAKE AN INTEREST 1 ia aa old aala liahad ataad. Alan. ta 1*1. la a plamhar, ' nhl-aam.th. or aajr I ia h t kaaloaaa, a haak and fraal lliv- J aiaat, wifk fnrt* aad tanla, raarfy to go ta work. aa l mora 1 t> an dnakla the Mat takrn oat ia work. Apply ?HNo 100 < Cherry ilml. ^ WANTED-A SITUATION, BV A REMI'Ei'TAIII.E y >ua* vnniaa, la do tha work of a amall priaata family; i at.a la a pood rook, en eiralleat ??bfr aad irvaor, and can ba wall wmaifadnl wkara aba llrad two year* '"aa k I far laa day*. If aet rn*a*<d, at IJO F.lm atraat, ia tha I ?ter*. \L*ANTKD-AT ? CATHERINE STREET. PORTERS j . i ' L ' **i urortry elarea. Waifra for hetala , M'l mImm, In la work ?a faraia. Boy* to Irani tra laa l.lrla aa <eek?, chaail armaida. aad far ?*aeral iimonrk; alao t|,rr? srat.raia S.aa.i,.,,,., aad aaialar of amall , Uirla. TLoaa who are aaaioaa to ehtaia (oad plaeae, la town i ? * '' u tk*'f >??tn?t to aiaka aarly aafliaatioa. WANT t ICA SITUATION, BT A RESPECTAHLE health* yon ay w-aiaw, ta invok, iraa, aad week. ?a i aaa e?der?aa* aay t'taatien ia a r??p" iakli family, l aa Ria ih. hrtl of ally rtfaraa* Caa ha aaaa for twa daya, at M<D"*irel atrart. np ateira. rn il ? aeo..n<l (I'.or. WANT ID?A SITUATION. BY A REM'F.<"T A III E yonrt ??au. aa Srat rate Cook, end i? aa e*cell?al taker, aad aaderaianda peatry i wonldhaaaae abjeatioa ta I aaa in ia tha naahia? aad ir?ata?. Caa *ira tha beat aity i rafaraara* Appl f a< l*? ? rneby atraat, ia tha raar. froat I n *m arar Ho?at..a atraat. Caa ha aaaa far twa daya. If aat arrar'd. ________ AM SITUATION WANTED. BY A AESPEcTABIE ! yoant a?aaa, ta aoak, waah and Iran, ia a amall prt- , rata family; la an eieelleaa kakar: and wonld ha?a aa ok- , lactic* laina ihort diataara la lha aaaatry. Tha at of raforaara yiaaa. laqalra at We. Heater atreel, third |or.t, ] harli moan. ( AREMEITABIE TOI.-NO HAN. WHO HAS l.tTfl.V I taea la the Britiah raaalry. la dealronn to obtain a aita- I atloa aa nrooai. or take rharta of a atallr; ha raa <frlra a I haraa aad rart. aad ria ba ?'a far twa day* at M Third at., tartar of Flrat aaaaaa. ' AK)M'll TAItl K *<<>Till i.mi, wmis asihi- , lion to c?a'Tal hoawwnrk; a *"'> ! f>l*m an?k; * *r?t ??? and lr?aar: a? nkjactinaa to (<i * abort diatanra la lk? mtilr.T Afpl? I* M Ronnitlt ! r?#t. A mi.HI K. Alltl) H (iM O WHO IS iMMHK >H akin* *mr* af an Iafant or ?r'>?a aMMrrn, If r?qnlr?4. ?iah?< In mako htraolf naofnl: *n?4 tlfcmm ?*n IM . *1tob. ?*u at ?|7 Paarl atraot, up atair*. ???oad from 10 to 4. Actuation wantkd. my a toY no womai.'aa a an<t 'fam'roi, wha la ao?j>??aal to laka aa'iro cfiar** of an iafanl, or to *a?i ?l in rtianil>?r?rr>rk : haa ? >Jaritrn ? t? la Ika aoaatr? Th? kaal of lit? rthrtal flTan it r?-imro4. kf applying at 7* Rtaaakrr atr**i. I'Mtf* ' f .lata. A HMfli TARI.l ?AKn A ?ITU*nov TO " * ?*?*' hoaaa?ork; a*4?r*taa>la ooakiti*. waahiM. I? a.nt M4 fl?ala?: K~t ft ally raf.ronraa; aaa U a-aa at Itlfcrl! ' '? Mariana fnM, far Arm mm ia dt jrtftiucn a h'titation as chaiik#naa>4, ta ?m?al la Mm ia'*rW or ia Karaaa. Ci?a4 rt(ar^?,W,a. Ia,alw al MP B?^war * WANTS. TO DAUrEKREOTYPlSTS.?W ANTED?A TOUNU mm fur polishing plaus. #> who imd-rstands liiatmsine? can fls'l steady employment by falling; at "-V bruadway, Lafarge buildings, room No. tf. r> MERCHANTS. Bl'HDERS. *?.?WANTED. BY A middle aged [oh 11, a situatioa :in Bookkaepnr, Tim?keeptr. ('In k, or,in any capacity in whii h he sowM make kiuiaclf leuvrally u.-eful. Address W. W., Herald OAs*. 8POHT1NU. CENTREVIM.E COURSE, LONG ISLAND?THOrriNO ?Monday, May 3Hh, at 3 o'clock, P.M., precisely, pur<* l.'ViO, thr?? mil* Laau.in harnei*. D. ltryanl enttr* ir. in. Lu'ly Suffolk; J. Cm* enters b. in l<a<iy Moscow; J. Wdelpley inters cb.g. Trustee; 8. McF.r.tiehlin cater* oh. g. Coutdtnua. M?u?. Dusted k Kendall's line of uddIIjiiws will leave I'ulton Kerry, Brooklyn, every half hour, from 12M. ua<U2 P. W , returning U soon it the . port is over. Fare amh way, tl> een's JilEL t'ONKIJV, I'roarifttor. UNION COURSE, L. I.?TROTTING.?WONDAT, MAV 2l'th. at l>| o'elcck, P. If. l'itr?e ;id<) Stale SIM, a:le bcatu, leu ilirv; iu flv?. up<!?r tli? *aUle. C'tor/e Spioer names k, *. Pet, J. Woodruff uamei b. t. Qualtif. I), Pifernauies b. it. William Poolo. Same Imy?Pur?c and Stake iK'.i, uiilu beats, best three la Iva, in harness. C.eorse Spieer names br. R. Arab. J. Woodruff uitiiiti b. g. Il.itcliinvi. I'. Johnson names b. it J<>hn*>n's ('nil. SI'H 1H !tt Mi VI \KM, Proprietors. PH. EON SHOOT I NO AT-ffoHOK KV?TllEKE tHI.L k* time hundred pigeons slmt at HiMn, M Me|4Ar, 30th April. Several private matches; anil immediately after. sweepstakes, kc. To commence at 12 o'elock, ?n the mi Vet ground. PIGEON SHOOT' NO, AT \\ I I.I.I \ Msfli Hull ON Tuesday. 21st inst.. nt ISo'clnnk, M. Oraat sport may be eapected, as there will lie at leant birds mi the imun I. I.. COLMAN, AW Grandatreel. DRY GOODS, <bc. Opened this llorn'INC-bv j. w. bahker k Co., 71 and 73 Catharine atreet?a superb stock uf Dre?s Good*, at reduced pri*e, consis'iait of |,nmi pieces |lar<ir< i and Krilli.iutes; 1,11*1 do. Silk* aad Toils do Linden; IMVHI do. fNMkud I ii.ii Qlubawi .'.".mi d,.. Uaus ami Cnamhiays; !>.' (HI magnificently embroidered and plain < 'rape Shaw la, 1 r<nn H upwards, jvst received; and 4,UW rich and late stylet Mi I \ 1MPORTAN1 i?0 THE LATHE* -GSOKGH STEWART k Co.. S79 Broadway, ben h ave respectfully to call the attention of the ladies' nf New Vork, and i irnn/'Tt vlaltluf the city, t? another arrival of rich Thread Laeen and Embroideries, at their napi tented Ion ?rlm, it in ii..w Ievond a i|Ui?tion, and universally admitted, that we have the cheapest and one of the best stock* of real Lanee ml l.rnl r. .. 1 ri a in 'his nre.it tm irop"l'?: and we a??iire our customers and patp'iis generally, that every exertion shall be used a* heretofore in procuring the newest aud most fashionable g..ods that this and the European markets ran produce. Stranger* are particularly solicited to an inspection of our stork before they make their purchases, as it w ill ntni ly repay them for the trouble. Our store in hut a slinrt Hiul pleataut distance fruni the principal hotels, easy of access, and has now become one of the luoit popular establishments in this city. Kenieiuber, 37V Broadway, corner of White street. Mantillas.?reduction in pricks?tuTTsub eribers will offer from this date, the entire of their tock of Mantilla* at a considerable reduction from former price*, Moat of the above have been received by the late steamers, or mannfactured in accordance with the last advices, and comprise a stock, for quantity, taste, and cleSanee, that cannot be equalled in the b'uit.d States. Toill* e Lille Mantilla*, fl .VI. JAMES BECK fe CO.. ,1M Broadwar. JOSEPH I I,A.N DEKS, I IK 47 NASSA II STREET. IS making a fortune; he is selling more Children's Clothiii|i than all others in thin city. Tn? ladies sav his styles are really elegant, and their only wouder is, how he cau get up such beautllul garments at the prices he does. BDICATIOB^ ^ INDI CATION.?AN ENGLISH I.ADY KESiniNO WITH MU in *eveu mi'.e* of New York, in a healty locality on the Bay, wiahe* to take charee of and educate with her child, oue or two little girl* under thirteen, where th.y would receive the laine care a* with their own parent*. Reference* of the highcat reipectability will be given. Ailtlres* to* 3,?)0, Poit Office, New York. PrBLICAlioNlT New law books.?BENEDICT'S AMmUiTYTha American Admiralty, (he jurisdiction and practice, with practical form*and direction*., by EraatuaC. Benedict; e*<|.: vol. 2 Comstock* Report*. *econd edition, with note* ; vol. A Denio'i Report*, New York ! Tol.4 Sandford'* Chancery Report*, do,; Tol. 1 Sandford'* Superior Coart Reix>rt*;hrol. 19 Connecticut Report* The above, with a general aaaortment of I .aw Book*, just published and for *ale by BANKS. COULD k CO., No. 144 Nauau *treet. ?CBLUNBOUII. f^OEK ELIAN II NO 8.?fiUO DOZBN, BOB SALB BT vy VICTOR BISHOP. a Maiden Una, up .taira. 1 k AUL' ERKKO[Yl't FLATBft. ? LEWIS U BISHOP? MJ Plate*. acknowledge inwrior to all other*, for aale by YICTOi BISHOP. ? Maiden laae. VAN h.I.A BEANS?ONB CASE SUPERIOR VAN 11.LA Beam, ia (tor*, and for aale by THOMAS fe KArTEM^ S< Willtaa* it. TO CLUB HOUSES?JUST RECEIVED, AFT INVOICE f Playiag Card*, manufactured in tha C rehore atyle, u peri or to any card* mannfaatnted, for aale by JNO. J. LEVY. 73 Wall atraat. me door above Pearl. Window-shades or every" description? on hand, and painted to order, wholeeale and retail, at 27 Sprnee *treet. la, 3d and 4th atorioa. Buff aad white linen*, aord, taaaala, Ac. T. CONOVER. Notice to contractors.- proposals will its received at the office at the Morria Canal and Banking Company, Jereey City, till lha lat day of Juaa aeit, for the Grading, Maaotcy and Timber work for ten inclined plane* oa the western diviaioa of aaid canal, to be oonatruelad oa the lame plan aa Plaue t weat. Plan* and apacificatioa* will l>* ready at the aaid offlee, | ?, the office of the Aaaiitant Engineer, at Maa*fl*ld, warren county, on aad after the SSth knat. Con'racM to be entered into, and the work commenced Immediately after the letting. Oa the 90th inat., the water will be drawn out of theenaal at the head and foot of "Plana 6w**t," from 10 o'clock A. M. till 3 P. M, to give coatmot.r* aa opportnaity tc examine the work to be constructed In tha bottom of the raaal. The moat *atiafactory teatiuioa ial* of ckaraatar aad re*pon*ibility au*t acc*mpany the bid*, and, bidder* art requeued to atate what other work, if any, the* are eagaged in, aad the time whea *ueh work will be laiahea. W U. TALCOTT. Sup't aad Engineer. Jamarr citt, May 14th. isst. TRUBS9BLL k TYLBB, ATTORNEYS A?Td COUn"*ellor?-at-Law, Foad du Lac. Wiacnnaia. Baferaacae? oeere. Baa Mahoneing k Co., Wiakhaa* k Hatehinaoa, Becker k Herbert, New York. C. TR IE* DELL, O. B. TYLBB. LADIES ANDCENTLEMEN ARE HEREBY RESPECTfully iaformed that the full value will be paid, in aaah. tor ?u ae*eripnoaa or aerona- nan 1 aaa eaat-oa eiotniaft, "j J. Mon.uer. II Oraag* atreet. Order* left at No. II, *r Mai llir?|li to* pott, promptly attended to. J7 M< > ItON E Y. 11 Oranga HrMt STOVE iNIl ORATE TARN hll-THI BUT ARTICLE kn<?n fer Poliehiag Storea, Urate*, lr?a, ate. frmntl rvat. gnea beautiful Jot black poliah. UK A IN ESS ? I>K. Ml NAIRN ALOISTIC OIL?A rertaia (nr*. Alao, all thoaa disagreeable noitca Ilk* bailing of laacct*, *Mrk arc ayiap' ma of approaching I *f! ? - Sold at .17 J 'in at. Window shadis.-iif.i.tya rikih.mi Chatham ilrMI. rail tli? attention of all penoft* wanting Shadra In their *aecrtme?t ofSki<?, and matariala for maitaa ana hanging Miade*. Tliey maka the bait quality only, ana Mil at prirea fall SS per rant laaa than aay other maaafaetarar*. All Shailra w?rT*nted not to Witt ?r cart. EA5K I.N WAI.KISt,. AND COMFORT TO THE FRIT. T .a I'annua Carina) llnuta and Mhoea. for under f*et, art aow offered to th* A marina n pablle. Tliay reaemhle the bneat leather, aad raaalra a brilliant poliah, and aavar draw (li? faat, arm In tlia warmaat weather, and will ant gat hard, or cratk. Oaa trial will prove tlialr **p*riority ot*t laathar, K OEO. HALL. ?M llroadway. WIN IK. Hit aS DIES, l.iyrOKN *SOiBiARl-TII? I cheap at aad bfat I.i its r?. of erer* daacrip'ioa. nan b* bad at V.I i|onft?.n a?re*t, eoraer of Mulberry. A trial will t riitl tha fact. fmall protti and quick raluma, far caah. ' A DAI I I MOKE fc CO. H'hulfaalr aad Ra'ail Liquor Merehaata. 1AMFS CHANDAI.LKRA, MALI LANTERN*. OIRA*J dolra. ia great variety; Caiuphia* burning fluid, pur* fperm 'HI. kt. kr.. at whnleaale and retail, at mannfgetarer'a prieea. f. N. RILEY. 1.14 < anal al , nor. of l.aight, aad IA7 tiraaawteh. corner of I'oartlaad atreet. IF ANY IiOI IlT, BIT LET TIIEM TKY; T?"lveir?ea pamph let onwia and bay; If it wea't work Jjn*t aa 'tia (aid, Y?ur money it will be rrpaid. Tha editor of the Vineyard ilai'lta. of tha 224 Fabrnary. I' ii after tlca-nblag tha men la of Tr I vet re? plan, aaya ? "The** thing* may aeem atraaga t" thoeo who naee alwaye retarded waahma daya aa an latnlamble bnt meviiabl* aaiaane*; but a thorough trial ia onr ? family haa tanriaead aa ?f their entire truth. tinr better-half aay* i'. ia a *< nderfnl dlaeoeer*. aad that a *arg* uaaluag can b* completed wilbnat tha leaat tr^al la or fang**. Tha materiala aaed by her laat week, coat tr* o*at*. The liaea ia rendered obiter thaa by tha aanal pe'.'ceea. aad ao damage i* doaa to I lie moat deli.ate fabric." My plan ia contained ia a pamphlet of V> pacua: it ia ao aimple that a child may aad*rataad iii aad If it doei aot eaabla yoa to do a family waeh in lea* lhaa eae hour, at an eipenee ?f leaa thaa ai> centa, I will reurn y?nr manee. with RI'I f r ) nr Mtklt in mating the 'lperimeat. It haa been ueed and like<l by thonaaada. aad a iat of apward af .WOperaoua, to whom reference can be made, nay be >eea at my oMce. Thi* ia conciliate* proof of trnth. cut by mail, ia a aealed envelope, ua roe*!*1 of the price, |t. 9e particalar toaalleraend to II. Tw ELVRTRRF, Room Vt v ?< .1 , N y WHEN l li I W A RM AM) IM'LTRI * I A ill BR laeite* the ineoet trtbea together? Whea the ahrill aad clear aopranc, I'nlike th* aoanda la I'uritani, Of Muakt*oea ( myriad tkroag) Otiahia* out ia hniriag aoaR? Whan ttie eo*k begin* to fret, j>%rauw th* cupboard ia heee? fly M*rr? of ant*, aad whoa her liglil Are echoed by a lb. aaaad fliee? Y? bea the motha. th? wicked "tanalnta," Ptaal w'thin year *h?i***t garment*? M hen bad bag* erawl a'er yoar pillow, And yoa r>dl aad.** tha billow? M bea yoa ace tba baad appro*' Ua*. Of a acre or two of r'aeht*, Tlea bay a fatk af pon der* for '*?, Aad they'll adj..urn eitboat a i^noraaa. The Magnctie I'owdar* of E LYON, ?W Br**dwar. iHtl lataatlj iie?T'.y all kinda of ira*rta: whar*. alao. mar ha ibiaiaed Fill*, for lb* deetraetioa *f rat* and mie* H*?h irtide* har* received the apiTural of III* ftrat phyaialAMlh ha aity. aad a premium from th* Aaarieaa I*nitata. ki*att?A. II Ik II lint FuI'or |ls*t; Mr*. U*T?. To Fnltoa al reel. Hfookljn 1()()(| I li III ' " ' 1 L*' ~aMm>vf.R mil tiKKN ,UW,UUU aold ,,f t>r fi*witt C. Ralliagar't Ual> neat. *r M*?i* Fla?4 withnat eomplaial. It la th* only irtirU BOW j'ld *,? wl|| r*n*w th* hair. Mr. fhll* i. Baih, o? ^ U?i?ht atrert, haa aot naed three bottlaai hi* ?lll aamataa Inf naa. ar pirpnan ?? i?n. nf tl itrwr Mntl, wna*arfal arnwtk. Mr. T. If liarkar. *' MaDaacal atrvat. ha* aa kilrim m;Mn. Oal. [I. C. D?aali.wa anri daaahtar. Mr. Ja?aa Raahfor*. Mr. L P. marrhant. nf Vnakara all l.a* tin ir hair an* ta Mtmlihitint. ?> nan prut* thai It-haa hr<mht Ih* hair laartrr haataahaan hal* f?r ll>l*t? ynara. W4 la f'Mt larwa knttlai. a' TW Paarl, K>4 anH 47fi Mr ?<! ??? at '-i (rata, t< a *aia?<. ?hara th? IWtnf aaa ka aaaa and nnaaall>H

*allj K D -ljrt> *a<tn?ttnaa aia>ln to tha Irwll (W? allT. UR. I II AHI I - III N III, ? Willi CURB KMT* HI. INRHIHT, tt wiiriuMTaa. ?aaa. *. imui ret ErTPri.i.v informs hi* mi brim 4 tha paklia. that h? haa hacnaa nwaar nf tha lata Dr. kvutaa' Wa :?r Car* Batahliahamnt, at Raaanaailla. Iwa aa* i half milaa fr>i? tha Narthaaaiu* Ratlrna* Dapat.aaaaa |nnr? rlia fmai Nr? .'nrk.ahnat Haa frna Hnama. an* ?ra ^ a Alkant. 4taata*la aaa of tka plaaaan?a?> aallara nf *rw Vnrlaa*. aarrnaa-la* with ?na* frawa hilla aa* ?ha?l? aalka. an* ahaadan-lr aani4i>it with tha par?tt. anftaat a a* M-I*aa< (raaila waiar Thr air la vara an* h?-alth? ul On iHaiat* mild aa* afftnaafcla Tl f aa? aa* apaainaa kalMlitfa >T?r all thr a?f?aaar' a?anl?n'-?? t^r wa'rr ar* aarix-aaa, rark aa lanra rlnara ' atha. rina-haa. an* airy ln*?fc?# rnna* tor aknat Hftt pat tan ta a?f>ara*a fnrallhar *at. acjrmaaataai. k? Tka <naw katna tha *art>*at, no* llalaa. *lartp?a nf Pr<aaa?-tU. ? Or?*?aaa* kaaiat aa aapariaana ? n??r? l<iU Mtaaa jraara of ht. ??. hia trrHiaaa n? watafaarakan? ta Ilia haa** nf trarj tar*r<naa hWrapath. hnpaa a* aa i*m* any raoanaakla < ? tha ntrr ?..r. iriwn. aia*a -<a tha ran af tk*aa an* Tata wan tnaf aaa Ma ifcrmaataa* ?n M? Tfta aaaakliahauat ta aaar <<paa. P"t MN aarfieeltr* plaaaa aanla *a tha akaaa iMnai AmVSKMKNTS. DOT1IT THEATRIC. ? MOM) AV EVENING, MA V *1, D will ba p*rf?rmed tha play ofllENHV VIII ~Katharina, Mr*. llM.blia, lata Mr*. Sh?w; Henry VIII. Mr. Uilkert; ( ardiaal WimlwT, Mr J. Wallark, Jr : Cromwell, Mr. Pup* Duke <>f Vr. MrUtinkld; CirdlnAl I 'tiDNiuv, Mr Meurt: Dak* af Suflolk, Mr. J. buna; Ituk* of Bitelug*h?m, Mr. 8ta?*n?; Lady Denny. Mr*. Gilbert; tuao Boleyn, hi** Wtatn: Patiaoea. Mr?. Waleor. Tu corn-hide with tlia oaatlji of HIS LAST 1JMJ8?OCaU?*h?n, Mi. Utir Mra. Mniuu?. Mra. Gilbert; Julia, Mr*. U aleol; Mr*. Bank*. Mr*. Broad ley. Door* willopeaat 7; tha oortain will rise at 7 o'elnrk I>re?? <"lrele, 6<ir.: Second Tl?r, 2.'*.; Pit. 12'?e. NATIONALTUISATRE. (MATH .. M a I KgE t, -M<)\ DA V evening. Mm JO. will l.e presented. the petlia eomcdy of SCrONlJ TllOt'OllTS-fcUucwt Buddcu, Mr. C. Uurk?; Jibber, Mr. Jefferson; Uuttldn, Mi a Loekyer; Ji'<-y, Hrt. Burke. After which, the rr.in 1 burltaoue of tlie KKMAl.E FORTY TillKVKA?OUmoud, Mr*. 11. Williaiin; Alley Baby, Mr. W. Taylor; (lamon Baby, Mr. Jaflfenng; florrorbranl, Mr. Seymour; Tuuioea. Mi*? l.ockyer. The whole to conclude with the l?ree of COISO TO T1IK RACES?Mr. Jeremiah Twiddle. Mr. t\ Burke; Mr. John Jaine* Chuck*. Mr. RiMaell; Captain Noble, Mr. Veuna; Mi*. Twiddle, Mr.. Uurkw Mm, Chin k*. Mis* Loekyer. Doors open at 7'^ w'clot'k, 'IMltAiRE, ASTuR PLACE.?LJbaSKE AND MANAI gar, Mr. Cliaa. Baa*.?Monday aven'.nR, Ma^ 3>th. iha performance will commence witn mo coiutdyor LUNUt.N ASS I K AN'CE?Sir Usrooiirt Courtly, Mr. H.Plucido; Charles C"?>rtly. Mr. M"orhouse; D*||I?. Mr. Mant.e; kl.rk Mod lie, Mr. Banc Mux Harkaway, Mr. Asians; D lly Spanker, Mr. UruiictiTi Lady Gay Spanker, Mini C. Cnsbm.in: Grace llsrkawav. Miss F. Williok. To enueludo with the farce of MV PKk'CIOl S BETSEY?Mr. Bobtail. Mr. C l?a?: Mr. Wagtail, Mr. Littell; Mrs. Wagtail, Mrs. DyoU; Mrs. Ii..htail. Mi?s Weston. Doors open at 7; to commence at 7>* o'clock. H< xes ?r<t Parquet. ,'>fio.; Amphitheatre, A CARD.?NATIONAL THEATRE.?MIL E. L. TILTON wonld respectfully announce to hi* friends and the puhlie generally. that hia Benefit will take place at the above 1 beat re. on tt ednosday evening neat. M .iy22, ou which occasion will be preaented the celebrated burlesque of thu FEMALE FOITV THIEVES, in which Mrs. It Williams will appear in her original character of "llasrae." Also, will he pi- hinted for the firnt timo, at thia Theatre, In five years, the Scortiuli romance of the LADY OF THE LAKH; together with the popular drama of TIIE REBEL Cll 11.F, and other novelties, which will b? expressed in bills of thu day. liox Hook now open. CH RI STV'S MINSTRE LS.-M ECHANIC8' HALL, NO. 471 Broadway, between Grand and Uroonio streets?Monday. May 20th, and every niaht until farther notice.?Tha original and well-known Christy's Ethiopian Opera Tronpe, the first estal linhed and oldeat organized baud in the world, eouipriiiiiiK a company of twelve performers, under the direction of K. I'. Christy. Their will have the honor of giving thoir original and mimitat.lo entertainment* every night until further notice. Admission 23 cent*. Doors opes at. 7: Concert will nominenee at 8 o'clock. Au afteruoen Oouoert on Saturdays commencing at 3 o'clock, P. M. BAKNl M S LANCASHIRE BELL RINGERS. AT Till Chinese Building*, No. .V& Broadway. Tliis eminent band of perforroere, whose entertainment* during the past week have heeu greeted with unbounded applause, will appear again every evening thia week, commencing at 8 o'cloclc, and on Wednesday and Saturday afternoon*, at .1 o'clock. They will repeat their novel pertormance*, which far excel an>thing_of the kind ever before witnessed by a* American audience. Their mu*io being produced by the uie of twenty belle at one time, vl?., Tour to cacti man, produce* an effect at once aatonishing and enohantinp. They execute a great variety of popular Marches W alt?es, Quadrilles, Polka*. National Aim. Ethiopian Melodies, and seleot pieces from the noit celebrated operas, with a harmony and delicacy of tone which create the greatest delight. In conjunction with the Bell Kinger*. will also appear those talented vocaliata, Mian Leslie and Mr. Harrison, the former in a variety of popular aongs, and thu latter in several comic melodies and improvisatory effusions. Admiaaion 26 eents; children order 1?. half-price. BARNb'M'S CHINES* MUSEUM, 53U BROADWAY, Between Spring and Prlcoe streeta.?P. T. Barnuin, Proprietor and Manager. Re-engagement for a short time longer commencing Monday, May 2t>th, of the Chinese Lady and snlte, who purpose visiting the principal cities of the Union previous to their departure for Europe. In addition to the Chinese Family, ail in number, including the lady with feet 2>? inches long, the Chinese collection, consisting of over one million Chines* curiosities. Yoeal and instrumental music during the day and evening. Open frum!? A M. till 10 P. M. Admission, 23 cents; children under Id. half price. Bcffai.o misf.um will he offned early in June.?Ladies and Gentlemen of acknowlud^od talent, desirous of an engagement, will apply (if by letter, postpaid) t* John Weaver, Esq., North American Hotel, corner of Bowery and Bayard street, New York. ALBERT CASE, Proprietor. THE "CAMPBELL'S ARE COMING."?BROOKLYN Institute, Wednesday and Thursday Evenings, May 22 and 23?The original and well-known Campbell Minstrels, twelve performers, the oldest Company in existenoc, beg to announce to the citlcens of Brooklyn that they will give twe of their biahly popular Entertainments as above. Commeno* at bo'clock. Admissi m 23 cent*. GEO. A. KIMBEKLY. Manager and Director ,lf the Original Campbell Minstrels. WILL CLOSE. ON WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 2.1. Bayne's Panorama of a Voyage to Europe.?Open every evening, at the Gicat Hall, Minerva Room*. 400 Broadway, embracing views of Boston, Liverpool, London, and both sides of the River Rhine. Admission, 23 cents; Children, under twelve, lfteent*. Doors open nt SK, commence moving at 7\ P. II. An exhibition on Monday and Wtdnesday arternooni, at three o'clock. CONCERT HALL. BROOKLYN, (FORMERLY TIIE Albenseum.) with liio Garden, to lit. Posaeeaiun given immediately. CARD.?LADIES AND GENTLEMEN or THE THEatrieal profession, of * knowledged talent, wishing an engagement at theNewark (N. J.) Theatre, will please apply (post paid) to GEORGE CHAPMAN. 77 Duane street, N. V. juroumbim in puiladiclfhu. BARNUM'S MCSEUM. PHILADELPHIA.?P. T.BARaem.jPrepriator aad Maaager; Henry Sanford, A eat ataat Manager.?Gen. Tom Thumb (till is Philadelphia. Owing to itttutrT delay in the arrangement* incident M hla appearance In New York, th* HIM l.?? II e r>l?aaiire of aanonnelag hit re-engagement far thia week. " Hop O'Mr Thumb," hit (roaleil aad favorite piece, hai b?*n witaeeeea during the put week by nearly lA.flOO peraona, who have beta m<>etextravaataat in their admiration and applaaae. Iaooa equene* of th* iaer*a*fng de.ire to *** It, It will b* performed *v*ry afternoon and ironigi. The aaloona abound la the moat weaderful of enriotltie*. The entire Scgnin Troop* ha* l>**n engaged, aad will c<>min*nr? oa Monday. May *>.? Admittance. U Mat*: Children aad*r M y*ara, UK ate MUIICAL. PIANOFORTE FOR El'ROPE.-BOA RDM A N A CRAY, of Albaay.would retpectfully eall attentioa to a new and beautiful Pianoforte, with tbe Dole* Campana Attaehmaat, which ran b* eeea on m*aday. *>th ia*t., at Jollic'a rnnale room*, SOU Broadway, prior to It* *hipm*at tn London on th* 2Jd, where It i* tk* intention of the maaufaotan re to aahlbit it, for the parpoa* of diapvelng of lit* patent already aeeared la En rope. For saLe-two pianos, i.atei y imi>oktei> from Europe. oa* in form of a bureau, the other e<iaare, both of th* beat workmaaahip aad modara Hyl*. Can be ***a at Td.sGreeawieh atreet, aeroad atory. CALIFORNIA. fpOOAWOHNlANS-CALIFORMANS CAN BE 9CPM. plied with every deaerlptioa of M-tallie ladia Rubber O'>od>. aaitable for outfit* to the gold regioaa. low, at OOODYEAR'S Rubber Wareheaa*, M Broadway, betweoa Pine aad W all atreeta. GREGORY'S CALIFORNIA EXPRESS- TIIENFXTE.Tpreaafroai thia nttee will be made ap aad forwarded by teaser Empire City, on the Kith mvani. I> ?h?w of a apertal me*een**r*. The delivery of parrel* an* paekaat** ky thia Eipree* Ha*, for all paru of t'a'pf rule. i* attoajed to ky tk* proprietor la aerara, immediate!* after the arrival of tk* ateamer at 3aa Fraa*i*oo, thereby laaoriag th* at* moat deepatck. Ottee lt9 Pearl ltr**t *era?r of Wall, lata Bowa* ft V'a'a. THOMPSON ft HIT^HCOCE, Ageata. M. B.? Paymeata far freight *aa k* ma.lo her* or la Hallfarala. a* daairad. / 1 A 1.1 FOR NIA OLTIITS, 111 A Vk I i - TENTS, CAN*. " ' ?aa? liege. Pannlere, or Mule flnea. In<l1 a Rubber llaga, ll'a 1.1. t?, M'"i>r Itelta, A < , at IA Jn d * k I ( I i . K K I a I'liiniuai, I in K4l'ltivi'f vv aBd Paaaport ag*n<r. at V. WHITES Offlra..? Wall atraet. IIORHKW. NU EW YORK TATTER!'AM.*. ? TUB HIRMRIRER t rrapeetfally to laaita tha attentioa of rtatletnea dt?w>*ia? of. orparrhaciac Horae*. f'arrlarea, aad Harnnaa, to Ibf mnfitH ra<ilit|*a hi* a*tahll<hm*at iliWi. Aoetlna K iilif.al 12 o'clock. F.v ry Heerriptioa of V?Llela* netltH for i.r1ra(c atl* an<l on atorare. OEO. W. Mll.l.r.K, Proprietor, 4441 Rmadwaw. froR lALft? A ?Rl OND-IIAM). IK.Ill K<'? K A *A V F wayoa: will earry two ?r four per* Apply at Maaara. (JODIH'A rarriac* rapnaltnry. No. 114 Kliiahath *<r?*t TO MOR.-K ovnim.-the I MVkHl>Al. ' "XMKN daitaa af tha Eqaahaa Caaditloa P?4?n, kjr the ino?l eelelrate.1 har*?m*a la thia pit*. ehoald at on.* d*tvrmina ynw that ha?* ant n ? 4 tha-a. lo do m, ??p?ri?llr ?hm tha ) ney i* fnaraatied in I*. ratnrnej, il no hene?t la derirad. Mlulrttellt; W 11. hiaTT I2<'hryatl?,< ra*r of Rarard Prl?-a M cent* a parka** ft oaa doaaa powdar*. Hat ilotaa pa<*ka?ea. $X ~ BOARDIKH, akC. Board i? the country-within two iioprs of r>.?ia>nairatloa with thia ritjr. la waal?4 for a family, a*a*i*tiagaf a peatlamaa aad hta wife, tea ahildr*n. (from I ta 17 yaara of a?e.) aa4 tw* *?r*aata. fr* m the middle of Jaly ?? ah?.a. the lAth of September. Addre**. with term*, fca.. a. < narklla. 77 Eaat Rreadway. New Y.rk. JV>RT M AHii7TON A MMIt'i^ A N I' WIT!. OR lhr*? *r f .nr aia?!a *?nt?, ran 14 ?< 'mraodated with haard. (If applied for ) at that traly dallahtfnl plana, ?n the aiaia r- ad and within thr<? in nut** walk '>f tha taadia*. A i i \ t Kr? Raraey. 76 Whita atiwt N V Hoard on state* island wanted-* sinui.i ?eatl*ta*a waa'i hoard la a prl?at*family na fttatan land, ia th? nriaiiy of Tompkiaarlll* or Ntapletoa. Addre.. .1. a. s.. at ll.ia ?<rn ROARI'IN". tienti.EHI N i AN IU ?< 'oHHoOiTED with Rood furai.hed ro?ai?. part >.r fall hoard, with eleaa- : lla*ra. rnaifort aad atuatloa. Hith r? f..r lit* na* of oa- | n pa n f?. Apply t? Mr* ll?dl.nr?t '.<111 i' nil. II" A R l>l Mi ? F. V ERA I -l?< IE c.F.NTI.EHEN n\ MJ la araoaimadatad alihaaiall t >niaa. ib th* ai at d??lraM* (.art afthanitr: alea large rannaa aaitahla for i*ail*?ati aad their wi?*a. by applyini at N". 2 Collar* Pla?*. HOTK.I?. ... V. pi BLlc " orirt--rf <>i fm*t) or tiie iiadm. *. ZeA?? att?*t ?R t'AR Rr.HH V h??a to aaaoaara U M? >rU(ida aad th* bttMla, that h? will r*-< |>*a, to-day. ( H .aUay, > th inataat.l tfia ah?ta celebrate I old hoa*a, whirh ha ha* leaawtly aad ra?nUr?ah1y fitted a?: aad a* h* UdeMemUed In Veep (ha ?*?t ale*, wlaaa. Una. r?. and *e)tar*. *?d frntlda dinrer* Of the heat nnallty. with deepaleh at<4 ? 'taf-d?. ha atOra hlm**lf h* will meet with a Urr* ahara of pahlic paftoaata. fl. od enwifnrtahl* he.I * kept ta *ait aeaaaloaal rn'yera. hf yratlanea nMllai thaeity. Tiie re*t rreakpapt and dinino sai.oo* in N*w Votk.?Reader. If yea waat what yoa eaanat fit la taaay p1a? ea la Raw York, a *o?d ea> ?f noSoa or t?a. alth yaar Irrakfaat or dlaa>r, aad la a *l*aa eatlaf lioa*e, ?o to Rerear'*, lf?7 K*?*aa, eoraer of Ann atr?*t. hatwaea Ihla ?#ee aad th* Rlhla II ** Ona't take nar w.rd. t.n? nail aad tr*. R. R ?fUiarata ea'ranne I* tha ladl**' and faailla ?alnea, (aader tha charr- ! Rr?- R'reee.) .ae door fr?? Kaaeaa, la Ann Itrent Toar patriate at.linked. r.liHIN J VFRt fr. pr-kw'h m?ic AKTN. National acai>h?t or demon -the twentt. Aft k Ananil Mlnl.tMrni |? "|?? ?l ll ? <* nr??v fr>in 9 A II ?i??il P. M *"mn 1 ?nu wtti? tiekati Vl??nt? klalnfnM H< will Mk i >??' "St, rN??M PARI A ?:?.< < T?? IXfOKN ill* pntll" N?W ?..rk, ? in' ? i? ?m .(i.n4 ?t rf??< ? ? ?h?r?h? .ill . nan* ? ? ' ?> ?ll th? r tfm l ?r.? II Hill . ....| (.;< |? -i V >? . t Ff ?f> la II,. II I wh' U at I' rr KllMrf mf?rt?ir> If u a ii.hoTuT < 1 A I II I N AM> All HOT RAll.lOAD U!?l TOR rbtift?ri|?hia, ; o'tifttk, a.m. u' r??* ? ?. k> roTTr*.^:*. A, fr?? f1?r N? I, Nrrfc Riiir. fat* ?*? ? * ? . Wt * * 4 ll? HW |1 UlCAUWil Til EATKK.- E A. MAKSllALL, BOL1 MJ Lcatea.?Monda> cui, 1.1, Ma; 30 will k? perforated the admired |.luy ol I.OVK-Iltirn. Mr. W'hoatl**; Count***. Mi?? Uavenfwrt. Atttr which Mr K. Smith, who rnako hn fr?l c in Amenta. ? ill gitc, the vivlin, imitation* of lite Scutch kayiili.*, imrdvKurdr, flf?, guitar. k*.? Vtttii 4l?erii??m?-ni - I rs J A KIMN I tfKES -<!* ?. Ctuce* and St*. Nerl. and r<.r|in J* bullet. To conclude with Vol K I. HE'S IN I'AM.EK? John Strong, W. U. Chapman; I'ouuti < * I.andi lit. Mi>a Horn. Dreat ClrcU and Parquet, SO ct?.j Family and Third Cirri**. V <-*au flallery, *t?. Dour* f>r< i? a* 7 U- curtaiu ri.e* at 7\ o'clock. NlBLO'S.?MON l> AY EVENING. MAT 30, TI1E PBRftrmaaro will o- nimence with Hrougham * roiaadv of HOMAM y AND HE.W.m V|-rl(*nly Mr 1*1* > | - p*-u<fa I* Oliver Manly, Mr. l.viuie; JarU s?,11, Itr. Itruughaui; Frank Meredith, Mr WaKut; l~i\.-iul<r k\d,Ur. I.eacli; Tom Hadrtt Mr Jvlin Seften; Koaalcl. Mian Mury Tajlor: Barbara Manly. Mri JtlJo'fVlu, ?r- )lnn?hara. li. twvn the Mil and 4tit a> !*. nu int> run- 1 11 t h5lt au hour, *l;?u th? niain iluiut hall r<" tu will I > thrown < i" n a< a I'ri.i.n.nu.l* Musicale. Atltniseion to all parte of the house, SI cants; I livo B"X??. $5. Dooreeoeuat half-pa?t7; to commence I H o'clock. Bl RTON'S TliEATKE, CHAMBERS STREET.?MONDAY evening. Mav SMh, will be played the <! ini ly ,.f tli? VICAR OK H'A KEI'I ?11)? I>r. P'rimr-ae, Kr.C.W n?k,; Mopes, Ilr. T John*t?ir Harebell, Mr. lloltriati; Squire Thurn hill. Mr Jordan; Epbrauu Jenkinson, Mr. Huron: lira. I'rlmrose, Wrie Hughes; Olivia I'riuirof*. Mr*. Russell; Rftrnliui II i i . *!.. !..i SI, .... Mii-f. ' inipman After ?l . new I urlett*. callod MYSTERIOUS KNOCKINGS-A. K rr Mudgecii. E>j.. Mr. Jnhnston; Harry lloaxlcy, Mr Jordan; l)r. ftuhble L. Dee, Mr. Andrews; P. Blsrneyuni. E?'j., Mr. II >1B':iu; Kate Mudgcon, Mux ( liapman; SaUy Clotilda, Mi a J. mil. I loom open at 7% o'clock. 11/H.I ll'S CIR(T? A SI (lit I'l.Air-TIlE TRIHTE ?? delayed another week M rnday evening. May SI, IS.VI. I'utversal rush to witfce** the great leaping, Vaulting and Plying Act of Horsemanship, by the unparalleled South American Rider, Eaton Stone. Two Clowns, Dan Gardner and Bobby Williams Also, for the convenience of families, an extra afternoon ent'-rtainineut Wednesday and Saturday, liay tN ar d 2Ath, in *' i b (he entire ul>ui of thin splendid troupe will aiipear Adu?issioa i*> cents ; children under ten years of age lialf price. OLYMPIC.?PlERtE'S MIMS'fRKJjiS?TI1S OWlUlJNAl I'ouipey, late of Chri*ty's Minstrel*, 444 Broadway, batmen li. uard and Grand ate.?Every evening during tti4 week.? Door* oi+a at 7. Conuert at C o'olocfc. The uoveltiiM introduced by B. If. f'ieroe in his style of Ethiivian performances, and which have beeu reoeived nacb night with the most decided marks of approbation by crowded audiencea ha* stamped them as being the "ne pins ultra" of aegrt entertainment*. Afternoon performance* on Wedneadara at.d Saturdays. Boon open at 2, concert at 3 e'elook. Adp'iesion cents Orchestra boxoa. We.: Private holes gX Franklin mcsei ;m, 176 ciiatham sqcake.?two performance* every day?in tlio afternoon at 3, and in the evening at half-peat 7. Extraordinary attraction* fur this week. The "Model Artist*" will appear in sum* new and oriirinal livin* pictures, incliiri.iig Power'* Greek Slave," " Adaui and Eve," " Venn* Rising fr in the Sea," personal"d by ioine of the best formed ? omen in the world, together with the "Female Minstrels," "Female Arab Girl*, "Female Jt>r?l"i?." burleiqae, pontic and fancy dance*, with a variety of original entertainment*, to he found at no other place of nnniM'uicnt in New York. Prices of admission?Stage seat*, gr^c.; boxes. 23c.; pari|netie, |jt,',c.; private tune*. 52. G1KAM) EXHIBITION CONCERT OF PIRSMIVS T American Mammoth, or double Grand Pianoforte, at the Apollo Rooms, on Wed tie dav evening, May 22d, IKVI. Instrumental perforaers?Timm, Burke, B< ueher, Plreaon, King. lli Oman. Kyle, I'ell, Jnhnnon. Seharfenberg. In addition to other brilliant music, a Dutible Duett, for eight hands, will le played hv Messrs. Huffman, Scharfeuherg, King and Tinim, on the Donhie (irand Pianefurte, proving this great iaatrun et.t to be c<|ual in power and capacity to any two (*raud Piano* yet manufactured ; and allowing the unexampled novelty of nmr performers playing at the same Hint* upon "in* linn" Mi'ktiK nuy cent*. it* oe naa at wio principal hotel*, uiuaic atoraa, and at Pirtmun'a Piano Manufactory, KT Leonard ktrcct. Novel r.xninmos ok as entirely original Kriva of 1'lctorial I)??l"|ifMM -f kna Young W il<t; the mo*t migniiiceut *?t of acriplural illustration* ever preacuted to tlia notice of the disccr .log public, painted by Gaorge lltil/e, painter of the celobrated California Panortima. Yhik truly iplendid rk i* open for the .aea*?u at the larpe and el'iunt New Aipcmbly Kooin*. (Chamber* atreet. adjoining Burton'* Theatre), ovary evening. Snnday included. An afternoon exhibition on Saturday al 3 o'clock. Mr. P. 11. Vanderwcyde will rrciiid* at the iKolian Piauofi.rt% Ticket*, 2A cent*; Children half prioa. A liberal arrangement made with *chonl*. MAGNIFICENT EXHIBITION AT WASHINGTON Hail. Mb Broadway (three doom abuvo Niblo'*), llauington'* Grand Moving Diorama* (not Panorama*), conflicting of the Creation of the World, Bcautic* *f the Khme, Ruin* af Tinturn Ablcy, Wonder* of the Polar Region*, Aurora Barcali*, Itr , concluding with the thrilling epectm le af the Deluge. The variou* pit c?n *hown with allth* mmeui<'ut* and life-like effect* of absolute reality. An afternoon performance in Wednesday* and Saturday, at 3 o'clock. Door* ?p?n at 7Ji, to commeuoc at rt o'clock. Adnii**ion. 2& cant*; children naif price. The beauties or the young world are nightly developed in a feriea of Panoramio View* of surr>a*'i?g beauty at th* A**emUy Ro< m?, Chambers atraat, With every Mechanical and Pictorial help that Art and Ingenuity ran ftirnith. Admittance V> cent*, every evaamr. Including Sunday. A liberal allowance to School*. W A LI. 11 AM. A, 96 CAN AL STREET.?TWO PERFOEMance* every day. Encasement of Profeaaor Grorun*. witk hi* Company of H beautiful Ladie*. wko will parform very day hit aplendid Statuary, at X o'eloek in tha afternoon, and 8 o'clock in th* evaaiog; together with tha ' Female Sertnadere," Sable Brother*. and Trab Girl*, with a variety of other entertainmeuta. Urcheatra boa, <?ut*, Partinatte, 25rente. . AUOMOE. BY II. H. LEEDS ft CO., NO. * WALL STREET.?WEDn**day, May 22, at II o'clock, at th* *ale*roum, K Wall treat.?Large (ale of Brandia*. M inc?, fte., on*i*tin? of Madeira*, Port*, Sherriee, Claret, fte.; Palo and Dark (Hard. Dupev ft Co. auiJ llennoey Brandie*, Jamaica Hum. Srvtch Whi**e>, Iri*h >1 , Schiedam Gin. < hampagne, Cordial*, ke. AI?o. a email invoice of Havana Segar*. BY JACOB S. PI.ATT. ?I . G. t'A KK1NOTON. ACCtionaar.?Hardware, Cutlery,acd Fancy Good*; alio, fur aeconnt of naderwrltera, 10 cate* and box-* American Hardware, Plane*, ka., (damaged lot, A par () ami Sh-lf and Staple Hardware, kc. ; Jacob S. Piatt will 'ell, thin day at III i 'cl. < k, at the auction room, I'latt ?iroot, ai a' ?v . eowaiatiBf of a general a?? >rtment of Daldwiu* li-ncli and Moulding Plane*, Jnck, Smooth. Jointer*. For*, Board and Moving Match Plane*, Plow*, Boxwood Plan**, Gongei, Twofoot Rnle*, Iron Square*. Iron lltnch Strewn: 2 li.trrel* Give. V doien Bra*a and Wire Seivee; I Caae M-'tal i'? ka and Fancet*. Ivory Rule*, Pat*nt Balance*, ditto with Pan*, Hide Whip*, Hollow Au(er*. I hiael*, Bra an with ai>4 without bitta. Spur llitt*, Lock*. Gridiroa*. Knive* nud Fork*. Brad*, GimMeta, Candle*! ieka, Meaanring Tip. .Mathematical Instrument*; ? do**n line Germaa ailvcr-plated ISpectacI**, Tabla and Taaapoona; 2 line Sport it-an'* <inn?, Axe*, Hatcbata. Cat Taak*, ScUaor*. Shear*. V?i b..x?* of Oamarrow and (' l?caa; I 'a-l Wu >n iloio T>'a?| Mierrla, Pitrbfortae, Min< in* Kmx-a. Violiaa, Pulletiing Poardera, kc Alto a biDJaoBi aa?..rtmoni of Kilvu and l urk*. Pocket Catlerjr, fca., and to a kirk ibe atteatiua of country u well ai city dealer*. la directed. rOR SALIC ARID TO LIT. <n"k nnn ~T? br *ld r?* ca*h ?h ?atis(JVjvWi factory eadored fettri, ?r would be eiel.anttd fvr real aetata, the atock aad liiturea of aa old aatabliebed retail ll?aiery. l-a<# aad Facr Ht.ira. The location li ?t nratd to aay la the eltjr. The atock ia ia eiralleat order; ha* bean carefally hIii tad and pnrchaaed fur ea?h, and ia worth abuut $&,UU). The owner ia retiring from baaiaaaa. Apply ta ?'H McAHTIICR ft CO., 71 William atraat. VAU'AHI.E AND POPULAR H OHKS.?JOIIN TALLI8 k Co., 40 Join atrret, Mew Turk, and London. am n( their naa?ri>?a ill latrated work*, ba*e lately leaned Tallla'a llluatratrd Atlae, and llodera lliatory of the World. ?aoarafliiral, politii al. ri>mna?relal and atatietlcal. Edited by K Martin, Ea t. Tina rerk la well-known to be. wlthont aireption, tlia cfieapcat, moat aeenrate and moat anlen.lid publication <>f tba kind e?er leaned. Tba niape are l iar n ataal. in tba moat coaily itianu'i, while tba ulmoat aara baa been takan ta ittlll tho vary laUai aiirrfja. T!i?jr in.lo.le all a*w boundarlea, dlernterlee, rallr< ad?. kr. Ttie map tba I'aited Staiee eiMMta all tba recently ae<|nircd irrritoriee. inrlndinf accurate ri preeaatati?ia* of I aliforaia aad the ("Id regiona. On every map. beautiful engraTinga of lb* principal pierce and remarkable object* In the world are firea; and Ibe whole la aceompaaied with appropriate latter* I 11 - laMfiatlll of tba earioue cotiairire, together wrh aaluatle atatiatlea and otber information conceded there* altb. fcarb V< rent part MSMlM In, aad ra-h TSeaat part a i ntaWMlf a*?ia?ad aaapa, eery . er. fully eaahelllabrd with amiable b..r>l. re i f eleaant aad appropriate engrariar*. Illaatratira of tba mannera and cwatuaaa of different c?aatri*a, with deaarlptlee letier-preaa; ta ke completed in -H parte, at 28 teal a. or II at 71 eenta. N?a. I to ft aeai readr, aad other valuable work*. Caial<?aea ta ka bad al tf.a tore. STY AM KNKIM PORULI I i KM IC lion** row BR. Haylladrr bailer, attaa pipaa, k<- . roaipleta, aarrantrd (uod and In brat rale order, Al?<', a (' per I'aap, A neb el ??l-er. 24 feet l> n? A la... a l'<r> e aid l.lft Pamp, t men ri mil or, r leu, M ornihif In-ittira of JOHN JOliN M)N i.?> u<l Front ilrt'lt, Rr<"ikljr(. BI MM?MT.(MPFHII ?A?.I-VFRY VAl.t'ARI.E |>roj*n? oa tli? Hit Ri?*r?Alt.?*, ?ta*k ..f id f ?tll of lk? ?aiaUi?ha>rnt; ha*ia**< t>'aMl*h*4 f r Mirral jrar*. |>rla'iu.lljr forratli. a?4 la h * in full oporaMn llnii?Mrf> 'odprlM In ? wtt? till' utMNfit of ill l.i ah h. It la a rara rfeaaco for ln?-."o?at For r?rlitaltra i ply l? I Ot ttlTAND TAI.?ER. 177 nr oadaay. awoa4 TO LET?A fl.Mt "III KIF. RTORY flOI'M. Nil MA Rri>a4?ay, il.rt* 4*or* at?-T? !>t>rio?. furitahad la tka nn>ai m< 't?-ri> ?t jl?. Th? foraiiart will ?.? acid of l?t with tha [fmWi for f>arltralara. ?rply ?t tha hoaaa, or of 8. D. Mall > l'i?.. wini?r l'o4ar aad I'wirl urMla. TO LET. ON MATIN hl(\|' * NIaT. UKXTf rT, tvo-atorr Hoaaa, at tort Kn I ??? (. wilhla thr-? nil ?u>' aalk lit iba atrantoai laadiac a daalrakla r-?l-t?a?? f' t a ?m?ll family. Af|>l; to N??t?i llajra. at IS* I'. (I. R?n>lrd Watrhoara. Broadaay, or at hia r*?id?n?? u.W lift ?a. In I. Elt'RNISHRB ROOM 1*0 UMOOM OK MTO r ?inilr c'ril?iri?a. la a prtvata fatally, at 41 W illuw l'la??, fUalh Rr> oklya. KIM HI I DH l.ll I M. I'A HI i^lU IIIF. n.nll atoroa K?a 4 aad A r?li Hp, a f"n*?aiaat a ,4 r??i4oa<a for "mall family. To a r??p??iall? tmaat Iht rrat will K? lo?; t?>a*raa|.>n itp *aa~ ? I>r. < ('All'EN 1 Fl S 4 r k OOOIX TO I.IT. I MI RNIMirn, J* to .inglt ftnO?ll!rn, ?ithv?t koar.l. In % tWa.aai r>ari *( nr->kA?(iy; Sr iwn ?1b*I? *?ati?a?#a fka Ita ari-?.aiin 4at?d With a jarlor aad tai> >,?-<lr- n>? Inqair* ?f Hrt. DM Kl.. Ml Rmadaay. ?>|>rpait? lb? Tahrraarla. T?> I.RT?TIIE FRONT FAM.OR IN ll<H ?R # Ml Rtiji. I fill d??lral|a l. -ad n far a laajror, ductar, or dial!*!. Ia<|vliv < ? tl.? pi<ml??? Tit I M I'A KT I F A IIMI t . I l)S'l.<TINIlOr F<>l ?< rw a<> aad kitrhra. a|lh pri?iU?- > f l-ara aa4 makt?? lardrn if drain d, a tlo N?rh rtrar to n aa4 a half hnara r14* I jr tk? Culii *4. ap4 lia Mailu ta I ha d?p"t. A wrr p rataat aad h< althy |<la? ?illr?rtf-r ?l* imalh* ? ? a iiar for lartk?r iaril?al?r?, ?(llT " I" Pakaraiofh m trf?l, Fr? kljn. or kddrota * . k. I .. Na *? Poat Otic ' ?i. Raw Tork. ______ rpn | |T A Nit I ONYFNIRNT TIIRF.F. aTORV AND J to.mint kna?o la Nlaih r?.?, pr.oialataf Hf-rra r> int, with I attip, kr. Aiiaatl'<a fl???ai.t. K?atf*Aii'?r at aaai For fWrtkar partiralara. |>i-l> '* "I- " ?. R"t lit Firl (ifi? I'l^intina alr?a a tli Irttf J>H. fpo I.RT FOR T MR DFMRrR *FA?ON AFINRTIIRRR ?t..r> , farnm.ail, Maiiitiir ? rarl"r?. It. n<w? k.iilh, lint r?llw. rf " >')?,? I?*?Ml?? IW Milra,fr> HI lllml'Mbl'lN. I?*f Uland. MM af l*? IMltam aa?l haallhy p!?"? 4?n>t*4 tin II a P- titid. ArrataMa ?*IV> and tf?r T> < nukfi trlpa In m If r h<l''? *#rk??. 1 ha K?a? r?f?ra... ?a ra?ialr<*4 lor for'I ar t *r? 'rlurr M'l lr ?? Mn J. Iia la, IH? Broad**?; aairanra llHraml HUM, ?r I \*l |< * M |. s. fni v i > ?s. i k?th i no t.ira I J A > *. I??|? fwUtJ, ?f I,?.*<!> i and ? V til -I Ik III i >?lM?> I i.iwt t J*V. uai A iar.-a paranla# fund la?? > < ) K?? T ark. Id lfi? a am- nf ihrir A aa?r.<'*n 1 r a i Ittt. I t |t?4 ?"at?a I ?*al II ard.?A?ii|.? MraM. ra trr *ar? I ).<l??rt lljM?M, < ha.ikia: J J, I alm?r. Vtmnel <1. It. a In.*. William * ? H-n.li, Fat i lar T R. Sart J. Ml. ?, Jm'H' Hurl, Jr. i allUraia Holt ' ak-? ritatUli farm*. At airftrtla nin af nil! | ram nm 4. HARDER STARR, aaanl Ami 1 ummm???mr?n - i i i \m mm1??H 1 _t?U?| [ IKTELLICKME CF THE NAILS. Our CarrmpoBdcnrr. W'ami i.voton. May 1H, 18ftQ, Ch rt of the Tmnty-Fourth WTttk of tin S, stum? Cttiitill Htviuc (/('it Tojnct of the Day?ilit~ itUuttout AJfairt, 4"r. Wt' are at the end of the twenty-fourth week of th<' session, or in the lust half of the sixth month; and, to ull viaiUe upi* arances, just ul>o?t an far from land a? on ihe first Monday in December, if. indeed, things arc not in a worse position thaa M the duy of the assembling of CongTess. Am far as iliib administration is coucerned, we understand the burini'ss of tins s? ssion to embrace the following I.tST OK MEAST'REH. 1. The admission of California, ns she is, and nothing else uj>ou any subject connected with the slavery question. '2 A modification of the tariff, introducing spenlicb and home valuations, in lieu of the ad Villoma system, with an increase of duty U|>on iron and coal. 3. Heavy at prcpriafiona to rivers and harbor*. I l' lve millions for Freiich spoliations. ft. A iurilu r reduction of postages. t?. A re^ul of th<- steamship contract system. 7. 'J he annual appropriations. Such is the Mhrdolc of the administration. First in importance i thr udnu?*ion of California. U|>on that measure all ih?- rest depend. And hero we have the conflict of the cabinet pi in with tho compromise of Mr. t lay, hihI the ?ubdivision of tha various factions of tin' two house* to contend with. The plan of the I're.-ident can only succeed in the event of the defeat of the compromise. From present indications, the success of the compromise is extremely doubtful, even in the Senate. including Air. Denton, ami i>ir. weiimer, ana Mr. Cooper, lh?'re were twenty-three Northern Senators who voted the other day to lay the (till on ihe table. Ami wt: undeottnd the following Southern Senators lo be decidedly owiosed to the hill as it now stands i Mumiii uwl Jlunter, of Virginia; Dutler and Llmore, of South Carolina; Berrien, of Georgia ; Morion and Yulee, of Florida ; Clemens, of Alabama ; lViwnts of Louisiana j Davis, of Mississippi; Sebastian and Holland, of Arkansas; and Turney, of Tenm>S'-e. Add these to the Northern 28, and we have a vote of 33 o;>|>osed to the comI ronnse. To secure the votea of these twelve Southern men, there are two am^ndmeuH pending before the Senate which must l>e concurred in. 1. The recognition of slavery in the Territories. 2. The ceasion of all the disputed territory of New Mexico, about four-fifths ef the ancient New Mexico, to Texa.-, and the removal of the Indian* at the government expense. Neither of these amendments, w? presume, will be adopted. We premine they willl>oth be re >i .1. .11 I.... .i? vri ,..^i promise lint proooeed as the southern tniundary of California; ai.d Mr. Si watd has givsn notice that i he intends to bring in the proviso. That will also l e rejected. W<? appreh* iul, then, that no material amendments chancing the plan of the compromise can succeed, and tli.it as it stands, there in a majority in the Senate oppoaed to the bill. In any event, we ex|**ct u discussion of five or six weeks before any conclusion it- had upon the subject. What is to l>e done 1 We have the extreme North and the extreme South in the Senate. How are they to harmonize ! We have a state of revolution existing in California. We are to have a Southern organ set up in Washington, a Southern convention at Nttthvillr, if it in not already exploded, and we have the President and the cubinet oj>posed to the compromise; and the leading whig* in Congress opp< t-ed to the cabinet. We have the old whig htrUiqmrrr, deserting Clay, after sujv porting him for forty years, and Roliert J. Walker coning up to his relf-t, after op|>o?ing him tor aqnarterof a century. We have the cabinet, already condemned by the country, on trial before the Mount. We have Henry Cliv and Gen. Cans, shoulder to shoulder, and the President and Henry Olajr at daggers' point*. We hive the abolitionists mipsoiling a Southern President, and Southern altras, from motives as wide ajurt as the poles, voting in the Senute with the aboliMoiiists. With the administration paralyzed, and ih? cabinet oa trial for stealing the public money?with both the old parties broken up into atom*, and both MCtmaa divided among theiiim-Ives, it is impossible to venture upon any calculation in support of any result u| <>n anything. Mr. Clay is *<njfiiine of his compromise; the ou^-oNera of the Cabinet plan, including norae thirty-two irieml* of the New York delegation, are just as well satisfied Ih it if it comes to the House, it will be deft ui< d, ami, in thr end, nothing will be done except to admit California I >n the other liand. I he extreme South, from tltr state of thing* in California, and the coa lition of parties in Congress, exiwet to arreat the admiaaion of California, a! ihe n.-k of aending the whole subject of alavery, in all itH shapes, hack to the |>eople. Mr. Clay, ainoni! all theae elements of confmion, i? very enthusiastic, and expects to be supported by the public opinion ; but while the public opinion la aound, the materials with which he has to work lire just about us practicable as the French Asmiiibly ; and we do apprehend th*t the pros|iect ia exceedingly bad for .my aettlcment of the negro question upon any subject, in any sha|ie, at tnia SCSHIon Of I'oilgrcK*. Of coarse, any attempt to carry through any other measure of the cabinet policy, in advance of tome action of Miine sort on the slavery wane*, must fail, excepting the repeal or suspension of the steamship contract system Hut we expect a change of the cabinet, and we expect Holier King to Th-placed in the Na*y l> |<urtnieni.? The want* of the age require such a man. The folillilfr All* ills* nVali m ? !" ta'rtiiLI nf courae, do eveiytlung in hiapower to atrengthan the navy, and In extend our commercial oj^rationa by extending anil incre Mug our line* of oc<'na ateamrr?; where#*, it ia the declared policy of Mr. Preston (who wrua raited in the mountain*, where there ure n<> t-hij*) to l,rvuk down the utearn-lup ayslein, a interfering too much with the old lubberly plan ol sallil'l! \e^?-U. Mr. Webater may be cotn-idered aa having fallen lack ii|>oii the l'r? ?tdent'a plan, though lie iTnea qo a. little further, lie propoaci in|udiint (atlifornia lirM, and then to h-gi?Uie for the territories while Old Zack pro|K>M*a to ndinrt I laliforiiiu, ?nd let the tetrilouea go to llahbtx ; and with hii army of the l.'nited Sfete* at Stnta t'e, thia policy of non-action 1'oeFao far thut the army in instructed to get out of the way. and leave the T ex wis and New Mexican* to fight out the lioundary ivcMitn mncni! themeelvea. In thin work they are actually engaged on lit*- Kiotirnnde, while the Vmted Mtatea tfiHi?. under cabinet iuMiuctiona, are fluttering the ijiimn l to ti|>en into civil war. Mr. Weh?ter doea not go lor non-action to thia extent; but h - L"- " fpr 'be Hdmnwion of California lir?t, and to till* b ill!ill lie Maud* * ilh the rahhiet, und ?gain>t Mr. Ch.yj and aa tie tread.< oo Mep backward*, *.< presume lie would hardly vote for the romi>n nn*, even if audi vote woubf nave the Ull. At the Pte?Klent'? km, laM night, all the eecrelarie* were Vieible among the crowd, exc-ipt Mr. ( law fold, atid lie. it in ai |.(M?ned, Waa ore uiaed at h< me in reanii'tt over the Hou-e rr-iiort* and argument* cjoti Ihe I .at, Inn claim. lie haa got tm H><m> y. lw?w??rr, aid we are informed, noon re>pe< table authority, that he doea not intend to doiforge it. hort of a law mlt. 'Ihe a^imaiairai.i n ii,t?ar? to lie in the dark upon the 4 uUi bu n notwithstanding there ill minor of another pr<a l un 'Hon in a day or two. W *ania?To?i, May 17,1HB0. S<mt Ftm />jr thf It'iif? /-'rrrvng /trmi of tht /><. *' Pf km ft. Then Mr t'r*?f?>rdh? man la. And jon ?< ? what /mllrrt. Jlr |,?n tb<- Ual|>hln claim A kunilr' it tbouvaud dollar* ' la the examination of witneaaeo on Ihe < Snlphia laim, there were three witne*?e* who teatified I* ?onveraation with Mr Anderaoti, the confidential Ink of Mr. Crawford. We ahall call them A, B, nd C. A leiliflrd thut Anderson had told him, if tha ittipliin claim got ihiough, he ought to k?T? | |(l,U.O. . . .. . H lertifi'd tlu<i Ar derma had told him, Ik* *i?h<d to l Sod Cii.wtoid would give him 9M,M0 cut of ihe Hind. . .... . ( i? M.l,' d il i t Ar? > i? n raid lo him, he hoped i ..i i > U|, I.I urn, him 11(1.(111. heraaaa r? uld ?lii rd In do 11. I Mr Afri-rtch if iaimn<-d, and Hnv whtt.Mit i? irivm i lit, al'i? I I It <r i.o-lnon i? H Q -I id)o? r?|f?t (lo.iuOof Mr. Crawford, if H A ?I can't imv 'li it I did. U ?I "I you dunk vm oupht to haire it 1 H A ? N<>. hi ; I do not know tlixt I did. W - I 'd Tin wi? h thai Mr. Crawford would ffiv* H ?h? f 10.000! A - U hat 110,1< I U ? fH .Hii of the claim, when |<aa?l ir?r fi< m th?Trramy. A ?I nmy hatr ? irli?-d it. yY? ii Win Mr. t i?wford to be a fair maa T A >1 dr. 11 ? Ai dyou Muv.d he would do what WM A ? I hmrr alw?jr? l*li? ved M>. Q ?And >ou imHichl It wnuld tw right if ha H *(<iild iivr tiiiiifl.Ct Ol A - I i?\ ? i ?' '.Id I- ohrctionahW. y ? I id j m thii.l It would h* right T H A ?I >!??' r>o objection to tahe th? n . mm. If ?!' '?>? "t'li i wm ratified to it. h (J ?llow r. n.r ) iU to wiab f<M ihof 10.000 T A - Wi ll, I n-rt' '<* ?? W"B ytTJ ??tura| wiSh. I] - v hi ! rounding on t?i?- ?ib- H A ? Ko |-?rtKnl?r nudcrrtandiag.

Other newspapers of the same day