Newspaper of The New York Herald, April 26, 1855, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated April 26, 1855 Page 3
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lUmTRIHERTI IIM3WU ITEM liT. ** OR H1.B. <11 t\C\ Ai)A -for sale, i.hsr and [urni *Pl^?iwvv? tnraofis Mtram'c tut <Uii notel la Broadway: tlM a fine boul tn one of tbe bo.i locations down town, $25,000; udu da., $15 1)00; hu>1 a tin* hotel on the Euro pean pt ad, $20,000; use do Sin OX), an 1 one tor *2.000, Oppo Bito one ofthe bent maikets; also two ttae dwellings, $VXM each, in Yonkirs, with fine gardens, fruit. An. ; also, several arocory stores, la good location) Apply to G. A. HOB1N SoN, Lafarce Building, 2a9 aud 283 broaiw?y, up stairs. Sl'j AAA -< FOB SALE AT GREAT BARGAIN, JPIO.UUU ? aud bat little uiosev rajuirud, tbat fouir frtury brown stone house and lot No. 211 West Tuirty-forrth vtrcot, near Eigbtb avenue; tbe lot it JO by 88 boun 20 by 70 all the way up, and contains ever* improvement. $8,0W on mortgage Apply to 8. S littUAl) 13 t* all street. ACT 9 -property, for bale, very obeap ?The ele:*ut tbreo st >ry brown stone home, with twe lo:s or ground :tSU II wiry street, near J'residont, Brooklyn, Bill be t .Id, with 41, <M*) worth or fur niture, fo* $12,500, and $8 000 left oa mortgage; a genteel cottage. with sloven room*, fine orriogu ho ise, lWt acre of land, with shrubbery, ijeidon, with all the furniture, situ sted near Jamaica, will be i.?l<t lor $6 OW; also, a spleudid cottage, carriage house, beautiful grounds, and on of the most atligbtiul looaUoLS on S'-i'en Itland, will be told for 310, (KM. )|. L bUEl.HO>, S5 Nassau atro?t. fifclfk n/lfi ?FOR SALE CHEAP, THAT ( OUR STO 3PIV.UUU ? ry martlo front uouse and lot No. 2rt Went Thirty fourth atreei, near Fifth avi-nue; iOO can remain ?in mortgage. A loo, for $8. 000. 'hat three story >>rtok house and lot No ISO West Twcutv seventh strret; $5 400 on mort gage. Apply to 8 8. I5K**AD. 13 Wall s'roet. <J>7 AA|) ?FOR SALE, IN BROOKLYN, TIIAT SU ?1P 1 iUUu ? parlor three at >ry brown at., ne houie and lot No. 403 l'aoitio street; SS.000 on inorigtie. Alio, far $?'',000, a v e; j neat three atory trick liouao m-h1 lot on Dean btrcot, near Novins; $1 000 011 mortgago. Apply to S. S. BROAD, 13 Wall atreet. -FOE SALE, THAT HOUSE AND LOT *TtJ ifcltlU ? 44 Orchard street, and $2,500 on mortgage Also, bon?e and tot 107 Gwnd street, corner of Moroer. Alto, for $12 000, houao and lot M2 Read" nivot; $9 oOO on mortgage. Apply to b. 8. BROAD, 13 Wall street. 900 -TWO FARMS TO BE SOLD AT A BAR nPiT.^.W/. gain; one of 90 aires, 13 tare* wood, l*rje house, barn, Ac. 8,010 peaoh treea, near Now Brunswick, N. J ; prioe $4,200. One of 03 acrex, go d h 1 an, bare, 'rait, Ao., J4 mile tiom railroad oepnt; price ?LOOO. Termj easy. Apply to A. SEKOEA.NT. 15 Wall street, ri&O fJOO POR PAR? AN'0 STOCK, CONTAINING sixty aorei of beautiful lsni. under good culti vation. ixjil deep, heavy and rich Good 'wo -.tory l.onw, barn, fruit. water, Ac ; oue mile Irom Stony tirook hirbor, 45 from city Also, 13 acre*, $4"0. A. W. BURK, 20 < Broad way. room Ne.8. <J>1 700 WItr' A LEATUF.R AND FINDIVfJ ?P J., I Uu and boot and shoe atore, now doini; a good bu Hinesa; au exoollent chance for a German, an it has a large run of Gorman onstom. O. B. HOWES A CO., 84 Naisau street. 0>1 nnn ONLY REQUIRED IN CASH TO PUR ?Pi.vvU chase a threu etory and barenunt house in complete order, situated in Carrol a' reet, South Brooklyn. AcplytolHoa SEWELL, No 1 BarcHy ii?ieot. f'JKA -GREAT CHANCE FOR A BUSINESS ?POUV? mao ? For aale. the loase and fixture* of the bakery 149 ElUabe'.h atreet. Ihe leare has tiro yearn to run. 7 be plaoo ia doing a good businosa, which nav be greatly In creased Tho proprietor baa two plaoea, and ill health coin pela hum to tell one. ~A BUTCHERING BUSINESS FOR SALE IN the oountry. Inquire of DaV I D JOHNSON & CO., 10 aud 11 Waahiogtou Market, West street siJa. ?FOR SALE? AN INDOOR BUSINESS THAT ? paya 200 to S00 per ccnt prod',; buiiuois, lirbt, Vleasant aud easy lean ed; tools, apparatus, Ac., tor only $50. Apply at 6 Catherine street, room 9, up stairs. A RARE CHANCE? A DRUG STORE, SIX YEARS established, ana In a good location, doin^ a good baii Eeas, for sale. Address box 25, Herald ofliea. A RARE CHANCE.? FOR SALE, BUT NOT IN CON u. V. sequence of the liquor law, a publio house with an elegant bar, taking ts $30 daily. The hoane ia well itnown. and haa billiard tables, a restaurant, club and pri vate tooms for aMooiatloa* and partiea. Apply to C. B JIOWES k CO., 84 Naaaan street. A DINING SALOON FOR SALE? WITH A GOOD run of ouatcm. m one of the best thoroughfares in the city ; $000 will buy it ? the lease alouo ia worth tho money. Owner having a corporation appointment is the reason for selling. C. B. HOWEa A CO., 84 Nasjau street. OAL YARD, NINE YEARS LEASE AND FIXTURES, two horses, twa out?, harne>?, Ac., for Bale cheap; a good location; throe lota; rent $300. Apply to LEWIS AUDKRR1ED A CO., 110 Broadway, or to the subscriber, corner of Hudaon avenue and Front street, Brooklyn, be tween 10 ant 2 o'clock. CONFECTIONERY AND ICE CREAK SALOON.? THE stook ai>d fixtures of an old estaoUahnd buainese, in the abOTa linoa, to be sold cheap tor eash. Lease two years to run. Inquire on the premises, 27 8th avenue. DRUG STORE FOR 8ALE-THE BEAUTIFULLY Lo cated store, oornerof Broadway and Fourteenth street, (Union Place Hotel.) together with the lease, will be sold Ion At eash or approved security. Full information with r~gard to theoirounutBBoes, business prospect', Ac., may be obtain ?d from iho proprietor on the premises, Drug store for sale-a desirable looa tion. Will he sold oheap for cash. Inquire of JAtflS COE, with B A Fahnestock, Hull A Co., 51 Cliff street. BRUG STORE FOB SALE? SITUATED IN THE LOW er and eastern part of the oity. Coiup<ote stook of drags obemiosls and perfumery; marble top counUr, gaa fixtures, oheap to a cash customer. A vory desirable 1 oca tion for either physician or drug^i>t. Reason for selling, go irgto Europe. Apply oraddress ROBERT ROSINS A CJ., drug brokers, 113 John street. Daguerreotype gallery for sale-iv one of the principal streets of the citr; it hs 1 a reoeption 1 00m. veil furnished, and large skylight, wi*.h everything lequisite for oarrjing on tho business. Apply at 138 Carnal street. ?ARM AND COUNTRY SEAT FOR SALE-OR Ex change fee oity property, it oontains 20 acres of excel t land, 3 orchards 0! the best variety of frait, cherries pe itches, grapes, with all the small frait in au excellent garden; largo two storybook house, 13 rooms, fine cellar, with barn, carriage, and other out houses, all nearly new and In oompleto order, 20 miles from New York, }$ mile to railroad depot, from whieh trains leave for this oity" almost hourly. Po# session ci a be given ia a few days. Apply to JOSEPH W. ALLEN, No. 2 Nassau street. | T71ARM OF FORTY FIYE ACRES FOR SALE OR EX JD change in a flourishing village, where thriie railroad depots are located, four hours from New York, suitable for c i lotting iaaf. lots; buildings good, plenty of l'rmt, Ac. Price, $12,000, including stock, crops, farming utensil* and furni tare. Apply toTHOMAS A STREET, 34^ Plaes'reat. Farms for sale? very cheap, at clarks t own , Rookland oonnty, N. Y., thirty miles from this elty, four miles from Now York and Rookltnd Lake; the lualthlest place ia tho States. Also, two farms on Staten .Island, uear Roosville, one n'ne acraa, new two atory house, *ed one thirty acres; wUl be sold at a groat bargain. Apply at 81 Fultoa atreet. FOB SALE- AT CHATHAM FOUR CORN'RRS, CO 1?bM> oounty, a nova (arm of forty four anil a balf ?area; rarlet/ ef cboioe truit and good honM w th twelve room. AIM, a farm and oarriago houM. two barm Ac ; all to u>od order; Ma? the depot of (be Harlem railroad, an 1 aoronient to eoboole and ohurehea. Inquire of J SUTH JCRLAND. M Wall atreet, or N. W. Storem oa the prcmlaoa. IjlOR 8A1.K? I.EA3E TOR A TERM OF \ EARS OT A !* lead (tore, together with 27 (tall*, located in the upper part of the city ; la now doing a good buatneif: will be told teaeonabl* to a eaah ouatomer. Apply at No. 21 Jackaon at For sale-tiie three story house i83 west Twontj four b atreet, anb cellar, baloonr, Ao., painted 1 thromihout, built in tba beat manner. Carpr'.e and gas da tura* for aale if desired . Possession lmmeo lately. Inquire on the or oi 9. L. JOfl.NSuN, 212 Broad #ay, room No. 3. T7IOR SALE? BROADWAY PROrERTT, OPPOSITE J< tLe Park. A Ave story brick atore aud lot on tlr >al\ray, I fronting tb* l'ark; tbe lot in 25 by 110 leet deep, and three- ; fourths of the purchase money can remain on mortgage. Ai>- ' ply to 8. 3. BROAR, 18 Vfall itreet. : IpOB SALE-TWO COPPERPLATE PRINTING PRESS ; 1 ?(, in good order. 1 counter, drawera atH ca?e, lofn, ! looking glasa and cabinet. Can be eeen corner of Iir->ad<ir*y | and Walker etreet, in the baeemmt. For particular* apply I ?o GILBERT H ICRS, 11 Radlacn atroet. IiOR SALE? THE STOCK, FIXTURES, AND OODD will of an old eatabliated palrt atore, >i>ing a ;ood buxi- | aeaa in one of tbe leading a? enuet of tbe city. Apply at l>)i : ?lnth areaine Ir?OR SALE? A BAKERY, BON TEC flOXBRY AND ICE ' 1 cream saloon, eitnated on oue of tha leading arenan up i town, with a good run ot custom. To euro trouble none need apply witn lesa than SI, 000 caab. Inquire at 16% jar anine atreet, in tb* shoe store. For sai.e-a substantial t wo story an d b vse ment houao, Philadelphia briek front and brown atone trimmings, fitted op with ran-e, handaoiue mnrblu uiantela, grate*. bells. gaa, closet*, Ac ; juat fioisueJ and r*t ted to a r<-aponaibla tenant for $300. t rice $l,2u0. Can remain on -mortgage for tour yoara $2.H00. Located on Bold atreet, ?.near Dean, Brooklyn Inquire at 35 Court at root. IfOR 8AI F-SHELVKS AND COUNTERS OF A FANCY , good* U'.'iao; alao, two fine abowca*e*. Inno.re of C. V. FALKLAND, 3o Maiden lane. \ flOR SAI.F. AT A BARC.A1N-A BAKERY AND CON feetionery, with a aaloon attached, handaomely fitted op, with a marble top counter nnd table*, iloing a rood b'tfl *>?ee. It will be ?old for balfita coat, at 2(50 Sevoath avenue The owner ia going to California. Fntril "ll^Sf* ?* Ylnrif ITar l V* ,l()CsE. .tmt, third i.nhVi P,0;aebt;:??eArp,;r '* IjX)R SALE? THE SLOOP R. T. GRAHAM; SUE IS oae of tba ' eel bntlae<s aloopa on the rirer; oarrioa li" t n?, arawa f? ? fott of wat?r, and ti* thoroughly rebuilt l%?t 1? 'i aire of P. V. Lor K WOOD, c rner of Amoa and Wfot.troolt, crUIoS. LAW, 8H Grove atreet. T,H>R SAII? A HOUSE AND LOT ON TWENTY J? eighth atreot, hatween Sink aad Sot oat U araaaas Tbe t.?u>e ia aawly bnilt In the moet improved atyle aocomoo dating |at preaent fourt-en tenant*; there ie water on each flcor tbroWtfhont the building, togetli?r with wood houaaa for each tenant. and eterr other accommodation aaceaaarr The property will be h old eheap, ae tb* trw la about to leara the city $S 000 oaa remain on bead and nortrana. AVflj to JOB* O CONOR, ?.W Eighth areaaa. between 'ihirty fourth aad Ihirty fifth etreeta. FORSA1.E? AH ELFOANT COUNTRY R> SIDRNCR. iitaated at Rje, Wnateheater einnty, on tbe Boaton at read, a anarter of a mile from New York aad New Ha ven railroad depot, the grounds tunning back to the harbor w'th aii and a half feet water. Tbe honta I* a?wlr built In the beet maancr, oontalaiag alerea roema with rellar. There U a good hara and other outtmildinga; alao wi?h tbe liouco one aer* of land, fine tarden and plenty of j fmit of all kind*. Tbn aoeaery around la truly beautiful, commanding ? fiae tlew of 'be Sound. Teroa for oommntiag, 943 per yaar. Soven traina daily each way. For further particu lar* apply to M. LYON, 1>2 I'irat aieaue, of to 3. LYON, IM> Fulton itreet. IPOH SAliR? A BIAUTIFUL COUNTRY HOUSE IN J! the rlllue of Madiaoa, N. J., situated aetr arhoolt, ?nnroh*a, and railroad d*p'>t? coataining aiae room* and eel tar, with barn, carriage hoodn, atabla, foe honao, la-ga and aplendld garden, fynit tree a, toa aad a onarter aorea of an SJ"r ground, apHng of water aad two larao poada. Prina . ^RRlRT/tiV.;^^- ip>ly >o v us For sale -heri is a rark chance -a splen 41-lly faralabed hruae on Broadway, aoarthe New York Uotel, aow filled with firat ola*? ho?rd?ra, aad e*pa' le of n* i v I* ?? % iin* ttiauii wu?u. xuy>*va >, u iu??t, raonA*.;. ? POK lAUk. IfOK SAIE-A SPLENDID HAT AND OAf STORE. 1 located in tbe beat pert of the city. Hi Bswery, IseluJ fag Block and fixtures The reason for selling it is tbe pr . prieior about to commence a wuoleskle bu<inoss down t??a l^OR SA1 K-Tiro VKKY HANDSOME HOUSES IN J? Yonkera. near the depot; sl?o, a very aretty house to let, with bath, hot and oold water, ground* nioely laid not; rent moderate, ln juire of E W. (J AN DIE. No. MTatl nt fOR SALE? A FIRST OLASS FOUR STORY BROWN (tone front hous*. with ?U the modern Improvements, liouee 20 by CO, lot *J8 foot 9 inches deep, situstea at M E nt Thirtieth street, between Kuurtb and Lexington avenues. Inquire of JOHN W. FlELDJE.il. 9!) fiaet Thirty first street, near Third mnh. " ' " 1?OR SALE-TUB NEW KUKHAVf HOTEL, SITUATED on Uackensaek plank road, .H>, Dltee from H >b?gen ferry, e*n?i-tlng of four ?cr? of land, the oldest stand o? the road. Apply oa the premises . FOR 8ALE? A BAROAIN? HOTS!, AND DINING 8A loon; tho less" and furniture of the U*y State Bute). Nos. 146 and 147 Fulton itreet. Enquire of \f. W. BRE W. STEB, 7V Front street. For sale-anoyster and dining saloon.-it is IIMed up in a very neat style, with every thing com pleto Tbe presen' owner is slek, and will sail oheap. Ap ply at 263 Water street, from 6 to 10 P. St. Fob sale? the williamsbuko, mewtown and Flushing line of ktas;oe, doih< a good hnsi'iess; alio, to let, the Newtown Mitel, situated near the National il?ce Cooree. The object of tha proprietor* in offering the a*>ove it to close tbo concern For further particulars inqaire at Newtown Hotel, Newtown, Long Inland For sale? the stock and good will of an old established gr-cory store doiug a good cash b isi ncfs, in ono of the bolt locations in this oity. This ia a rare chance for any person going into business. Also, a grooory * agon and harness for sale. All will be difcposad of on rea sonable terms for cash, as tho owner is g>in{ In the oountry on the 1st of May. Apply at 301 llud; n avenue, ooruor of BoUvar fiireet, Brooklyn, POR SAIE-A COCK TRY RESIDENCE AND STORE with all nccesrary out hnil.lings, nearly new; on vailrtad 12 tralna daily, eligibly situated; has n vory commanding aiircaranre, very healthy looktion good water and sooiety. within ono houri' rtde from tbo city. Terns easy. iAddreu Home, box 136 Herald offloe. For sale-at new rochelle, a pleasantly situated cottige, wit* about two New York rity lots of ground, containing a variety of fruit, .to. Apply to ARIHL'R UlLI.ENDb.tt, 100 Hroadway. For sai e-the origin al coffee and cake sa loon No. 31 I ulton street, Broody a. IpoR SALE? THE EL1GANT BROWN STONE HOUSE 38) Henry street, Brooklyn, with the furniture. Yery little money required. Apply to JOHN F. GRAY, 23 Chambers street. IpOR SAI.E ASA HOTEL-A LARGE HOUSE 1 THE 1 beautiful village of Fairfield, ? t., lamoua lor fine roads and ssa bathing, distant four n>ilos from the city of Uri 1-to port, and of easy aeccn by New Haven Railroad Ia cen trally and very desirably located ? no hotol in the place and much needed. Can bo bad furnished or not, and ia in order for immediate oocupaucy. Barn 30 by 70. A good chanoe and very moderate means required. Apply to I'. W. KNAPP, 34 Bioadway. 1710 R SALE IN THE CITY OF Tir?BOKEN-."BAUMER'S ? Hotel," corner ef Hudson and Third utreats. The hotol contains 24 rooms; ball room, bar-ieom. billiard -rootn. 3 basements, kitohen; garden, and ten pla alley attached, be iug one of the seat loeatioas in the city, embraoing a magnifi cent view of tli? North river and oi -v of New York. Also 8 lots of ground for sal*. Inquire at Baumer's Hotol For sale cheap? one six horse steam kv gine, (.Mulligan's,) in perfect order; one 10 hor?e boil er; six large stills, wittrcoppor vorma. Apply at 206 I'earl street, Now York. Fob sale cheap, or to let, at new durham, N. J., 3k miles from lloboken, on the llaokonsaok plank rosd, a new house, ooiitaioing twelve rooms, built in the best style and splendid looation. inquire of DEMARVAT A JoRALEMON, 100 Barolay street, N. Y., or of EGBERT POST, on the premises. JJIOR SALE, VERY LOW? A FINE THREE STORY r house and store on Pacific street, Brooklyn, l'rice $2, .100; $2M> only in cash. Lot V> by 10(1. Apply to FOdTEK A LOPER, No. 4 Sands street, Brooklyn. li^OR SAI E OR TO LIT? FOUR BEAUTIFUL MODERN X three slory houses, with four fnll lota to each, em bracing a greenhouse and fruit, beautifully situated, near the East river, at Bell Gate, on Eighty ninth street? fare six crnts by Sooond avenue railroad A pleasant house oan be secured at a bargain, it application be made soon te S. KICIIARDSON, 212 Filth avenue. Also, to let, situate op posite tbe above houses the elegant mansion (formerly the residence of Mr. Prime;, with twenty eight lots of ground, handsomelv shaded with old foreat trees. Rent moderate. AlWIi iwi. For sale or to let? the three story brick front houte l(iS Tenth street, between Third and fourth avenues; tbe house contsiis all the modern im.jrovom?nts. For terms, apply at 180 Tenth street, one doer east of Third avenue. B10R SALE OR TO I.ET? THE HOUSE 239 WEST Twenty-first street, pleasantly situated, aad has every oonvenienoe. Apply to A. VAIL, 13 Bond street. For sale, or to let? at a low mark, one or tbe neatest and best built houses in the city, three sto ries. basement, and counter collar, high stoop, balcony, , 17 Forty -A rst street, hotweeu Broadway and Sixth avenua; good neighborhood, with all the modern improvements. In quire on the premisti. FORSALEOR TO LET? THE THREE STORY BRICK bouse in Jay street, between Fulton avenue and Wit ltnghby streets, Brooklyn, having all tho modern improve meLts. Apply at 82 Water street, N. Y. FOR SAIE OR EXCHAWGE-A small farm or couLtry seat, embraoing four noros of land, in high state of cultivation, with spaoions dwelling house and unmsroua outbuildings, in complete repair, sitijatsd on Brooklyn and Jamaica plank read; convenient to railroad station this aide Jamaion. Price $4,000; or vill exchange for medium sit* house in vioimtv of Twenty fourth street. Apply to C. R. MILLER A CO., Auctioneers, 183 Broadway. House and lot, with store, for sale cheap tor oash ? No incumbrance; four story Are proof house (Croton water nil through tho bou*e), situated in Seventh avenue, near Twenty_fourth street Apply at SS4 Pearl street, in tbe (tore. To let? Several houses, raoms, bed rooms, Ac. Tower morrisama.-will be sold this week, J at any saorifice. to the highest bidder, that new two story and attic hou??, with one- quarter acre of lnad, situat ed ia a (list civs neighborhood oa Washington avrnue, near, the depot; npen the premises n good wall of water, and al great variety cf 'rait trees, Ac , title perfect; terms easy.* Apply to LE MOTT, No. 167 Broadway, second floor. River building site roR sai.e.-a gentle man in sea:oh of a beautiful and picturesque building site, can fled ten aorea of land, perfectly level, aad fronting immediately upon tha banks or a river leading into Long Island Sound, two miles distant. Tbe property is one hour's r<de from the city by New Haven Railroad, and about one 1 mile from the deoot. Tie premises extend for a quarter of a mile upon tbe banks of the river, besides fronting npon the turnpike road. Oysters and ttsh are abundant, as the tide ebbs and flows upon the hanks of the property. For a country seat, few if any aites in the State will compare with ?it. It built upon, will be sold low. Two-thirds ot the pur chase can remain on mortgage, if dosired, or wi'l be ex changed for city property, if unincumbered. I'or further particulars, send address to box 70S Post Offloe. New Yerk OAIL BOAT FOR SALF.-2.1 FEET LOVO. A FAST C> sal er: price $140. Inquiro of SAMl'EL LONGMAN, at llobsrt Longman's gold refinery. Marshal street, Brooklyn. SAIL AND ROW BOATS -TWELVE BAIL BOATS, from 1.1 to 30 fcot long, new and second hand; twenty five light row and Ashing boats, with sprit sails, from 10 to 20 feet long, for sale. Apply to FISH A MORTON, 404 Water street, N. Y. Tbe lease and fixturk? of asulcrs' board in* house for sale at 1U7 Cl.erry street. TO MANUFACTURERS OF READY MADE CLOTH : inr. ? Five honrea and lots in the city of Ilrooklyn will be exchanged ?or tbo above mentioned merelnndise. Now pays Id peroent. Inquire of K. W. KENYON, 11 Wall at. | TO BUTCHERS ?FOR SALE, A HOISTING WHEEL I and windlass, together with other imp'ementa requisite 1 for a daughter house, will be sold cheap. Apply at 2.">0 lentil street, near Firat avenue. ITNINCl MBF.RF.D FARMS FOR SALE OR EX- j ) change, ftr improved property. ? Farm of 220 acres. 1 suitable lor lots, near a depot. MiOOii; l'JO aciea, including (arming nten- ils. stock and crops. SU.OOd; LV> acre), $s UH): < lit' acres, #s,(iU): 1(> acres, $3,fi00 111 acres, $7,500. Apply i to THOMAS A STREET, S4>, Pine street. PROPOSALS. VTOTICE TO CONTRACTORS,? BK A LED PROPOSALS X> will tie received at the office of tlie Jeraey City Water Commissionere, Grand street, Jersey City, until 12 o'clock, V., Tuesday, Mi) 1st, Ifififl, for furnishing the material* for ?ml contiruu'iiiE a r. fcin acworiu Iimi street. from Van Vurat itreet to the Hudson river, and alio the lateral few er* connected therewith. Plane and spe<i&?atinne of the ?ami may be Men at the Commissioner s office, alter 26th iu?t. 010. H. BAir.gr, Engineer. OFFICE O? THE COMMISSIONERS OF EMIGRATION, New York April 20, IMS.? healed propopals for aupplios of white ash ?thuylkili cml, for the institutions nndor tbe charge of tho Commiuiui rr< of Emigration, as follows ? For ibe Kn.]ir?iil Refuge ar.a Hospitals. Ward's leland, 1 \r4 tone cm rite, and lAO tone nut site; una for the Murine Hos pital, Stnten Uland, fifiO tone e?r sixe, and ].W ton* nut sise, will be received by them at their offloe. 81 Anthony etri-H, until tbe 8th day of May next Proposal* will alio state tie price ptr ton of the ooal requirod for Ward's Island, if dellv rtd at :hc dock of tbe Commissioners at Mid Island Proposals for grading the meserole farm at Green Point, King's connty, I.. 1. ?Sealed proposal* | will be received for redlining to a proper grade <10 lltbsj ten I elevenths of the ahovo farm, oentalning about (173,000) one 1 bnndied and seventy-three thonsand enhie yards of e*cn [ ration Proposals to state the price per entile yard for tbe ' work. Tbe gride maps, Ac., can be seen at tbe restdenoe of B. V. Sbreve. corner of Caion and First streets, on said prealsee, where proposals will be received until the .l)th net. WM. MARSHALL, ) WM. BRANCH. 5 Commiselonere. B. b. SHRKVE, > Q* re* Poi.xt, April 20, ldfiS. OKNTISTRY. ~~ AM IFI CI A I. TEETH (iF A BEAUTIVTI, ANO N' ATI.' rsl appearance itsnrtod, from n single tooth to a com I lete set. withont springe er clasp*, and portut ease and <?( m'ort ensured to th# wearer. Entire set. (upper and nn d-r, i on tne gold, W); Ml upp-r set, WO. The undertixned challenges any Amerioan dentist (and they nre admitted te t<e th? beet' to make n piece of work of any nnmher of teeth ?Tirerlor In beaut) of finish or artntic merit, for tbe sum of ?'?0. H. P. JONES, No. 7 Bleeoker street. BKAl'TT AMI UTI LI TV.? PERSONS WISHING A nice and desirable set ol teeth, will Bed it to their ad vantage to oall on It. NAPOLEON i'REI fr.KKK. Priees aie very moderate. His now teeth enn bo Inserted withont string* or ul asps, end without estmetlng the old roots kV> Broadway, corner of Howard itrsot ?POHTIBO, *C. ; flANART BIRDS FOR BALE ?LONG BREED OA V ?yy.^r?U, With e^RS Apply to /. W. Cnorr, ISA | Seventh street, between avenue* B and C. For sai.e-a large and handsome new. foundland dog, only eleven months oil, well trained and warranto* out ?f the host of watoh dogs. Can V* eoun for n few 'lays at the Empire Hone*, oornor of Thirty soventh 1 street ?nd Stth?venu<" ' ITALIAN GHKVBO0ND8.? FOR SALE. THREE . I l^aotiful Italian greybonnd pnpi. Can be seen hy an th'H ** il* T:.4 1 $i&th ?????*. naoiiAAineouv. Becshes nt every description irrai mni factory. 331 Pearl NrMk. Praakliti uiutn. All artlclei ?old kt tbe lowest fectorj prices Paint breshe* of supertai |i?Ut)r MUlwU; ti kui HmUm (ruthti aaie ti ?r4?. JOUM K BOfPEU BUILDERS, IRON FOUNDERS AND OTHERS ? TIIE hnlscriber i* in posresrion of several patentable water cutouts and eompewude, Iroet, Or* nod water proof adapted to ovary braaoh of plain and ornaaieatal art; cheap la mat* rial ana aorkltig; no engine*. presses or kilns re-inn ?. al-, ' a loom or material, wherein duplicate oa*ts of maial aaa ba taken out without destroying the mould*; and a malarial for cores of pipes, ojrlindi r\ to., with maoy other advantages, lb* eadrrsirncd will treat with any oapitaliat tor 0-vrryln* out the aHeve, oa easy torn*. Address THUS. HODGSON, corner of Van Brunt and Degraw street*. Brooklyn. I CHARTER OAK QKAI'IC ROOTS FOR SALE-AT NO. 7 John i tr< ?-t wbar* sample* of th* crap. ? aaa b* *e*a. 1 here grape* prow te tbe alee of one and a half tallies in dia ls eter The* are at iweet ai the Isabella, and three weak* earlier; perieotl/ hardy, aad will r rodu<a more pound* ol j grape* (ban any other ever onltlvated. Order* promptly attended to by JOUN B. J AUKS, No. 7 John street CORNS AND BUNIONS REMOVED FROM TUB PERT without paia. blaod or t'austr, br Dr. J. CLIJTK Tba dcotorhia recently returned Ir^na the South and will n* ] happy to see hi* friend* aad all who nay favor him with their confidence, at Lis office, 3b6 Broadway. Eaoh oora extracted. 00 cent*. CHESTNUTS, FOR SEED. -SIXTEEN BARRELS Piench chestnuts, arrived in prime order, for sale by J. F. CI.E IT A UO , 99 II alien laae. DH EMEU HE A CO., MANUFACTURERS OW PATENT spring bed bottom*, French ivoa bedsteads, aal mat tresses *f every description, will rt move ou th* first ot May from 63 and 66 Centre ttreet te 3t? Broadway, wbar" they hope to aee their patieai. I j^LEGANT SILVER NAME AND NUMBER PLATES li for churchee, steamship*, hotel* and private dwell inr*. furnished aud entravt d in the beat style; also, silver plated ipoen*, fork*, knives, Ao., every variety of pattern, at EVEKDELL'S, 302 Broadway, corner Duane street. Es tablished 1W0. Gold ieap and dentists' oold foil? first I qualify, lowest cash prioea Warranted gold leaf, f$ I per paokage; gold foil, %?> per ounce. <E .tablished 1SS1 ) J. L WAlloa, 112 Prauklia street. CI OLD AND SILVER LRAP, GOI D FOIL. ETC.? TIT* T lubseriber will, oa Monday. April 23d, sell extra deep tor edge and sign glUlng, at Stt 7S; uanal, >0; pate, $V, war rat ted a superior article. Gold foil at %2b per ounoe, for catshonly. DAVID WALKER, 37 Thomas street. CI AS FITTING AND FIXTURES.? 8TOREB, DWEL T lings, factories and poblio buildings promptly fitted up with gas pipe* and fixtures. oho*|<r than any other houo. A splendid aseortmeat of chandeliers, pendants, bracket::, Ac., of the latost defigna, at the wholesale and retail ga* fixture man-.uactory or JAMES 0 MOPPET, UV and 121 1' luce (treat, Sd blook west of Broadway. C"1 EXESIS5 INFORMS US, MARK ET That "oreeping thing*" went ia the atk. Ever *ioce have *' creeping thing*" I'lagued mankind with bite* and stiog*. Itu: , at last a bane Is fonnd I Go where bed-bag* mist abound. Go wliert reaobe* large and black, All things ed'Mo attaek ; Sprinkle LYON'S powder there Ai d the effect will mako you stare? By the scote they drop and die. If you doubt, the powder try, Nothing save suoh peat* it kills? Kats and mice die by the pills. Dep< t for Lyon's magnetio powder and pill* for th* de strnction of iuseoti and vermin. 424 Btoadway, and No. 6 South Eighth atreet, Philadelphia. HARRISON'S ARTICLES FOR THE IIAtK. ?THE crowning beanty of tho human form ls the hnmau hair; to perpetuate it* health, atrength, growth, abundnuoo and litautilying adornment*, demands all tho aids ot soientifio arttnd taitoful application. Harrison's prepnra'ions for the hair sud their mode of application, furnish those aidi. 1 lie v are of soTentetu varist its ?Fragrant shampoo lotion, aml>?r urtral, bay leaf water, philooome, beef marrow, bnar pomatum, bear's oil, blaek pomatum, philooome tablet, an tique oil. macassar oil, rose oil, hair dye, bandoline, hair do pilati.ry, hair rcrtorer, ervstal pomatum, floral pomatum. At wholesale, by K. 10WNSKND A WILLIAMS, 220 Pearl (trcot; at retail, by E. MoINT' RE. 872 Broadway. Harri son's extract of oran^o, for the handkorohi if. fives the gush icg fras ranee ot the rip? Juice of the Floridian orange. Ame rican* love suoh fragianoe. IMPROVE YOUR EYES, BY U. WISE, OPTICIAN, 137 Broadway, up stairs. 1 Mr. Wise io?pttotfoUy inform* the ptiblio that he (till oon times hi* ludness in t^esame building occupied by hicc for the last twelve year*, hot has remove d op stairs, to roduoe bis expenees. and will be enabled thereby to sell his articles 20 per cent cheaper than any in this line of lu-me*s. ? Persons with weak eyes can be supplied with glasaei whioh , will matly benefit and not atrain th* sight. Particular attention is paid to a new style of Perspective Ground Glass, | of tbe finest flint, which, through their nigh polish and true j ground, produce tbe purest vision, aun have been highly re- ! connnenaed aa the beat, in their elfeet upon the eye, for pre serving and improving the si^ht in continued writing and trading. Short sighted person*, and those operated apoa for cata ract, can also be suited. Be inserts new g'asee*, of snperior quality, in old frame*, and (olioiK the pntronage of allin want of his article*. He warrants all spectao*)'* purchased of him to *uit the eight foi five yearn, or change the glasses without extra charge. "IMPORTANT TO OILCLOTII AND WINDOW SHADE X manufacture:!.? Model stamps for oilcloth aad window shades, of the latest French fashion, etui be hid on themjit rraeonsble term*, >1 196 Heater itreet, corner of Baxter. JACOB A. VAN HURN'S COMPOUND VEGETABLE Syrup ? liming bten thoroughly tested, It hai now be come a general standard family medicine throughout the country for the complete oure of cough*, asthma, ay?pepsia, ??It rhenm. cottlvene**, dyeeuteiy, rheumatism, bilious coatplaiats, and all dlieaiei arising from an impure itate of the blood. 1 or particular* mo unall billi. 1o be had at the principal office, 100 Barclay itreet, New York, and of tLe drufgilUand storekeepers generally, kail description* aceoir. pen vine each hottla. Price $1 per bottle. 0. II. KING, 11/2 Broadway, comer of John itreet. New York; John Worthlagton, corner of Fultoa and Pineapple (treats, Brooklyn; R J. Davis, oernor of Falton and Clinton street*, Brooklyn; Thomas J. Have*. 104 Atlantio street; and Mrs. Hsys, 178 Falton itreet, Brooklyn. Lawn grab* skid and ouano.? lawn grass peed, ccnpiiHUR a mixture of reliable English and Ame rican seeds for larni or clan ploti, alio ruano, in imalt packages.with directions for use, for sale at the Union Agri cultural Warehouse and Seed Store, 23 Falton itceet, near Fulton Market. LUCERNE S?EED8.? FIVE BARRELS LUCERNE, JUST received, in prime order, for iale by J. F. CLEU A CO., 9i) Maiden lane. ' Mexican guano? the undersigned offer thii superior fertilizer at $2D tor S 7 per otnt, til for 4;! per ccnt, and $24 tor 47% per cent bone phoiphate of lime, ai tier certificate ol the Marytaad Sta'e ln<peot?r, delivers! in Baltimore. The guano Ii securely packed la tight barrel*, marked by the Intpector A and B. aocordiug to the pliot Sbates. and is sold by the ton of 2. WO lbs. The Maryland tate Cbamist rccommond* 300 lb*., or equal to 123 lbs. phos phate of lime per acre mixed wltU lOOlbs. Peruvian guano, <r It can be used alone, a* there is no danger of burning the crco. This guano i* imported and for iale by THOMl'dON A Ot'DESLCYS, 17 South Gay itreet, Baltimore. PAINT ONE AND A HALF CENTS A POUND; Preble's boiled oil seventy cents a gallon; white lead sever, cents a ponud; white lino eight cent* a pound; ma clilncry oil seventy five cent* a gallon; tanners' oil twenty eight Qcnts a gallon. 113 Maiden lane _ JOHN H. SMITH, Agent. SHOW iCASE-H? HOFFMAN A FERlSn, SHOW CASK warer- oms, 97 Bowery, between Walker and Bayard streets. C'aaes made in every ityle, silver plated, brasi, rrne and latin wood, mahogany, Ac. N. B. ? Old oases taken i exchange. Orders promptly executed. STATIONERY PRINTING, AC.? BLANK BOOKS. STA lionery, pacer, punting, Ao , at low prices. Job printing, lit! ogrspby au< engraving executed in every style; blank books made to order, envelopes stamped, Ai. A large stook of stationery, acoount book*, copying precses, Ac. Orders solieitcd by RICH A LOLTREL, stationers, 61 William st. Teas and coffee ? it is hard in flving from adulterated liquor to enoonnter adulterate 1 toa and coffee. To avoid such a contingency, buy from the Empire City Tea Warehouse, 37f Bowery, corner Fifth itreet, and HI Catharine street, where a vut business baa been onilt up by sellii g the finest article* at the cheapeit prioes. Three liundi of good black tea for one dollar. Try louie. T C 0 MILLINERS. BLEACHERS, DYERS, Ac -ANY _ ptrion lending ono dollar may receive by return of mail, a -ecret of the trade , used inly In aorae of the English ni ami factories. for cleaaiirg and bleaching braid, itraw, chip and Leghorn hats, Ac ; alio, recipei for dying a beau tiful black, *nd different shades of brown and lilao oolori. Address S. M. Douglae, Bronxville, W estchci'.er county, BtwYerk. CI.OTHPrO, <fcc. A LARGE QUANTITY OF CAST OFF CLOTniNG wanted.? Gentlemen havisg left off wearing apparel t? ! dm pow> ol, in larre or imall lot*, ihall r"oelve the rerv > bitroit price for them, by applying to ov addremag TllOa. j D. CON ROYi 4111 Pearl itreet, between City llall place and C? utre itreet. C1AST OFF CLOTHING AND FURNITURE WANTED - ' ) Ladies or gentlemen having any of the same to dispose of, can obtain a fair caih price by sending for the subserlbor ' at bis residence, or through the post. M. 3. COHEN. N. B.? ladies attended by Mrs. Cohea. /1ABTOFF CLOTHING AND FURNITURE WANTED. \./ ?Ladies or gentlimen having any ot the same to dispone of can obtain a lair cash price by reading fer the *ubsorib?r at his residence or through the poet. N. B ? Ladiei attend ed to by Mrs. D. 8. M. DUSSELDORF. riAfir OFF CLOTHINO? A LARGE QUANTITY WANT \J ed? The highest price lioerally given, and oash paid in , C<-ireat money; gentlemen having t od superfluous clothing t? dispotc of, can obtain the full value by calling on, or ad- | tire* aing JAMES MORONEY, 11 Baxter street, (late Orange) , oft Chatham strett. ! LOTH I NO AND FURNITURE ?LADIES OR GEN _ tlen-en having any to distw** or can receive a Tair o??h [rice by sendier tc the *tores 12 liauiens street, near Can*] or 63 Went Broadway, or by letter through the pait. Ladle* attended by Mtt. Conen S. COHEN. TIIE I'NDERSIGNED BEING A MEMBER OF TIIE l'o! ice Lepartmeat of New York, having a deelre t > cim ply with all order* emanating from hi* Honor the Mavor? tbouyh it may be deemed arbitrary, iaenlting or pr**ump tlrm.? tak*> ?bl* opportunity of diaaoslng of a large assort ment of lecond hanl clothing, which *111 be sold at a free dl'coant frrin nriiisal rest, as thsy are of no forther use te the owner? bis Honor conceiving that oar wives haveao right to onr sorlrty, and that we mast, upon all occasion*, ai petr la uniform. Addrees J. B. V. 8., Herald office. > . It ? All cotnmuication* must lie strictly confidential. a? hli Honor conetrnee fault Hading, inanbordlnation? aud h* will tri-at It a* snch^ X'tUTHS1 AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING.? JOSEPH J. B. CLOSE, BAILEY A CO., No. 8 I'ark plaee, opposite the City Ball, have now on haad th* best assorted spring ?nd summer stook and style* to be found ia the United S'atee, aad initabl* for all am. from three te tweaty yeart old. at wbolaeale. aad fer greatly reduced price* " ?gBE?l AOBIfOTiiH. " tR NEXT EMPRESS POR CALIFORNIA WILL Rl dispatched per ?t earner Norther* Light, via Nioaracaa, on Friday, April 27. in iharge of a *reolal ?eiaeager to let tloatioa " ? Hi DlNSMuRR, ? S. SANDFORD, H. W. SHOEMAKIR, Propria on of Adame A <?. California Freight aad Package Ms pen. PACIFIC EXPRESS COMPANY. FOB|OAL!*ORNI A, 1? Hraa4way. ? i>nr aext n?ular expreie leave* oa Fri day, 27 tb la*t , cer Niearegaa Unmet Noithern Hrht. t ap tsfn Tinklepa-ign Fr'i.<bt, paekaree, A?., received <111 two o'elock oa day of sailing. WM. II. HAIL, Agent. Pi aciAL N'lTira ? The Pa-'flc Eipress Comptoy have no fcfrttc'iliua ."v w?y tl'.h. ^ ?. '<?? rf -aia, o* A Co. ?f M?W *0<4, V, m. ii. UA1.L, A*?nv VO* LIVXEPOOL.-UMITIB HTAilS MAIL jfi.ii JO ship PACIFIC, E. My*. oo?m sudor ? T(u? >'.nua>iut ?ilUcput with the Halted Ota we mat's tor Kurap), pu? tively on Wednesday, May 2, tt 12 o'clock, M , fruio her berth, it th* foot of Canal street. For freight or i>a??a<e, hnvluft nnruoaPed aecoipmoda ioa for el*|ia?o* ** ' com fort apply t-o EDWAbO K col. I.I vs, M W ?ll l'a?Mn?ers ar* 'egnestel to be oo board at I0){ *'ol*ck. A.M. The steamship ATLANTIC will suoce*4 the Pk*iQo and sail | May lb. Sbpippert ploat* tat* > otioe that the a&ip* *( this lioo oaonot carry ai>j (oodi ejotrabani of war. TH> NEW TOM AND UY1RPOOI. UNITED 9TATW Mail Steamer*.? The ship* eompoaiug tfcls Uie in Uh I blitiliu. ? ATLANTIC. Cap* Watt. BALTIC, Cap*. Comst^k | PACIFIC, Capt. Ny*. ADRIATIC, Cap*. I Tbe#a ihipe bare bee a built b* aontraat, *xpra*?Iy tor (i> ?rntuent scrviee. Every oa.e baj bocn take* is their oon atrnotina as alio in their engines. to u?nr* etr*a(th au< 1 speed. and their aeeoma.odatloae for pasitengars are uaeiiaa.

led for elexauo* and oomtort. I'rloe of pa?sace ir><k Nn Turk to Liverpool, la tlrnt olaai oabln, 1130; in seoond d? $7ft; exclusive use of extra sise staterooms, 43M: from U* erpool to New York 30 and MS guineas. Aa experienced iu jeo* attaohed to aaoh (hip. No bortb s?*ur*d uiil pat* MOMIto DUM OntlLlle. _ , ?*om new vob* ? bum i.iinrai. Wednesday, March 2L....1HA6 Saturday, March 3 H8? Wednesday, April 4....1&4J Saturday, March 17 1*& W odue*day, April 18.. ..ISM Saturday, March 31 1HN Wednesday, ?la> a... .186# Sal urday. April U INS W eiluosdaj , Kay 18...1M6 Saturday, April 38 18? Wednesday, ilay 30 18ir Saturday, May ? 1* For freight or passage apply to KOW'D i. COLLINS. No. W Wall afreet. New York BROWN. SHIPLEY A CO , Liverpool. b'i'EI'lIEN KKNNARP A CO.,27 Austin i'raira, Loalb* B. O. H'AIN>VRI(1HT A CO., Paris. GKOItOK H ULAl'Kh, Uavre. The owner* of thou* ahipr will not bo aee jnatatt* tor gal* diver, bullion, epcola, Jewelry , prooioui iton*i or me'.Ut unless bill* of lading are signed therefor, and th* valu tbcreol therein eipreaeed. Shippers pleass take p.otioe that the snips of tliU Ua* **>: ?ot oarry any goods contrabaod of war. THE VANIERHILT EUROPEAN I.INE OT STEAM ?tip.,. ? I ho llrst olasd new steamship AKIKL, 2.'. K? ton?, Lefevro. Master will leave New York, from por 30, North river, foot of Chambers street, at a oon precisely, oa Satnrday, May 19, for Havre direct. Tirst olatu paaaas* 5110 S'ooud " " CO Tbe Ariel wilt b* followed by the North Star, June 9. 'Ihe o?ni-r ot these voitela will not be accountabl* for pnld, silver, bullion, specie. Jewelrr, prei ions stooet or m< tals, unles> bills of laainii are signed thornfer, aud the valu* tl.errof therein expressed. hfeol* and *ood? taken at acual rates. No freight roceived alter boob of the day bstore bailing. No beilh secured until paid for. Lctura pjoptiJ, l?Xc. per,?i oi , w<H he r^oelved at th< office up to II A. M. ot th* da; of aailiuR, and irill be oairied In slropg India rubber ??ags under lock, and on arrival at Havr*, will be iiumcdiatal v doOMted in the Post OfflM *hcre. Paroel* takra, eaoh prepaid, oae dollar aad ap watdi. riXED DATE* Or (AIMNO. rBOSI If BW YORK rUOH 1IAVB*. Ariel May 19. North Star May 1H. North Star.. June 9. Ariel Joa* 9. Ariel Jubc.SO. North Star ian*3U North Star JulrSL Ailsl Jul/21. Ariel August 11. North Star August 11, Notth Star Septeuibrr 1. Ariel September 1. Ariel September 22. North Star Septemoer Za. North Star October 13. Ariel uotobor 1.1 Ariel November 3. North Star Novemhor 3. Ariel Novrnu ser 24. Those atcamibips are alataed A 1 at the iasuranoe ulhoea, and spevio and goods v ill be iusnred iu them at ailvwratM of premium aa In any other steamships that cross th* ooeao lor freight orp?Hsr.g?, apply t* D. IORRaNCE, No. ft Howling Green, New York SUMNER. MONTANT A ORAi'KR, 2ii Ru* N. O. des Vio toirea, 1'aria. Al.BDkT N. CURYSTIE, 27 Qua! Casimlt DeUvlga*, Havr*. Tun LIVERPOOL AM> PH I I.ADE1.PUI A STEAMSHIP Company intend sailing their farorir* steamshtpa ? CITY Of MANCUESTKK 2,124 tons, Oapt. Wyll*. CITY' Ol' IIAL1 1 Mt)Rl<., (bow,) 2 KM tons, Capt. , CITY OF WASHING TON, do. 2,7<IOtons, Capt. R. Leitch. Saloon $90, $o.V and (60, according to state room. A limited number of <bird ola?a passeagtrs will be takea from fbiladeluhia aad Liverpool, aai lound in prorislons. Prom Philadelphia $90 | Prom Liverpool Hi Partita wiahing to bring out tholr frleocis can obtain eertl fl ates of paxsage and drafts on Liverpool. In f-umso^fil sterl ng and upwards. Apply to SAM UKL SMITH, Agrnt, 17 Walnut itr**t, Philadelphia, and No. 7 Broadway, new York. li'OR LIVERPOOL ? BLACK STAR LINE-TUE PACK ET .T ship LUCY THOMPSON, Capt. Pendleton, will sail on Saturday, April 28 her rogular day. .She has very superior accommodations for a lew more oatin passengers; also, for a limited number of second oabin aail steerage passenger', who will bo furnished with provisions by the slilp. Price or oas Mf;? In th* second eabln. $18; steerate, $16. Apply on board, Pier 44, E K , or to SAML. THOMPSON S NEPHEW, 276 Pearl street. IjllRST SHIP POR LI VERPOOL.? SAILS POSITIVELY 1 to morrow rveuing, the favorite ship Princeton, Captain Kufsoll. lias room for a few more passeu -its in the second cabin and sti erage. Apply on board piei 27 E*?t Hirer; or to SAUEL i COKTlS,43 Pulton stteet FOR SOUTHAMPTON AND HAVR&.-TME O. S mall steamship 3T. LOUIS, J A. Wottoo, commander, will leave for Uavr*, touching at Southampton to land ths mail* and passengers, on Saturday, May 6th, at 12 o'elo*k from pier No. 37 North river, foot of Beaeh strut, l'risc "i passage, Brut cabin, $130; second eabin, $75 Luggage cot wanted dnring th* vovbm, shoidd be sent on board th* day before tailW, markod "b*lew." No freight will be takai aft*r Thurxlay. May Sd. l'*r freiiht or passage apply to MORTIMER LIVINGSTON, Agent, 63 Broadway. li'OIl SAN JlAn UK MCAKAGUA ? TUE FAVORITE r first class steamship UNITED STATES will Mil for 1 tb* above port at 12 o'clock on Monday, 7th <lay of May next. iror freight or pasaage apply to WAI/IEit R J ONE?, 90 Wall street; or I'EDltAJAS A CO., No. 6 William streot, where plana of the accommodations may be teen. K EDUCTION OF TARES TO SUIT THE TIMES.-NEW York and California steamship line, via Nicaragua. Acecssory Tianait Company, of Nioaragua, Propriatyrc? Through In advanoe of the mail? 700 miles shorter than am other route, avoiding the deadly Panama I'evor and tiro iniloi of dangerous boating in Panama Day. The splendid doable enfine steamship NORTHERN LIGHT, 2,1)0 J torn burden, Captain Tlnklepangh, will leave from Pier No. 3 North river, at three o'ol.'ok P. M, precisely, for Pnnta Arena* or Friday, April 37, 1KW, connecting with the steamship SIERRA NEVADA, 2,0(10 toni burden otot the Nioaragua Transit route, having bnt twelve miles of land transporta tion by first olan carriage*. Several new and swift iroi steamboats have lately been put on the riser and lake, whieh shorten the time on the transit from ooean to ocean. These steamers are unsurpassed In their ventilation and ao oommodations. For information or paasa;re, at the reduced rates, apply only to CUARl.ES lloROAN, Agent, No. 3 Bowling Green. Letter bags made up at the offloe No an ttan.pea lettori received. Commanding on the 20th of May, the days of leaving New York will be changed to the ftth and 2Mb of each month. rTNITED STATES MAIL LINE FOR CALIFORNIA. J via A'plnwall and Panama.? Californians are informed that tl e Panama railroad la completed and the transit of the Isthmus will he made by railroad, from ocean to ocean. No more mnle travel? no river boating. On Saturday. May ft. at two o'clock, P. M , from pi?r at foot ef Warren street. North liver, will be despatched the fleet steamship GEORUE LAW. Captain G. V. Fog, U. S. N\. to connect at Panama with the new and superior steamship Golden Age, Capta n J. T. Welkins. A spare boat always kept at Panama to Trevent detention, In esse of accident. No freight teoelved alter 1 o'oloi k on *ho sailing day. For passage apply at the Company* office, 177 West street, to J. H'. RAYMOND. (1LIPPER SHIP GOLDRN BfGLE, FABENS, MAS J ter, it now loading at pier No. 10 East river, and will positively sad for San Franci'oo on or he'ore Tuesday 8th of May. All freight should tie on board before Tuesday, May 1. gUTTOX A CO., 84 Wall street. a USTKAL1A? PIONEER LINE.? (CARRYING THE J\. United States mail.? The celebrated A 1 clipper ship t>t:EAN STEED, lying at pier No. 8 East river, for Mel bourne, will be itcapathed on the 28tb Inst., on her second voyage, having made her last in ? ghty-nine days. Intending shippers and passengers will apply at cnce, as sho l as now three fourths cf her cargo on board and only a few seooud cabin berths unsold. The mag mfioont clipper ship Nightingale will sueeead the Ocean Stwd, and ?ail about June 1. on her seoond voyage, having ni&ile her last in tha unprecedented time of 7o tavs. For l reight or passage apply on board, or to R. W. CAMERON, No. 6 Bowling Green and 116 Wall street. Australia independent line.? tue beauti ftil A 1 clipper ship Crystal Palace, 1,000 tons, will have immediate despatch on fier second voyage to Melbourne, having accomplished her last voyage in 84 days, lias supe rior accommodations lor first ami seoond cabin passengers. Fi> mirfbt or psasaae. at the lowest rates, apply to Tl AftKELL A KI.LIOT, 14n Pearl street, MA1I.LER A LORD, ION Wall atroet. UNITED SlA'lES MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY? For Havana and New Orleans.? On Wednesday, May 2, at 2 o'clock. P. M , from pier foot of Warrea streot, North river, by tLe well known and favorite steamship EMPI RE CITY, Captain U. Windle. Passage can he secured at the Company a office. Freight to Now Orleans, 30 eents por ?Ubie foot Shippers will be supplied with Mank bills of la. ling of the tonus signed by the Company, on application at tbeir office. No other forms signed, and no kills of lading ?U1 be signed aft?r the hour cf sailing. For freight or pas sive apply at the ollioe of the Company, 177 Wost street, comtr ot Wan-Mi. M. (>. ROBERTS. V1W YORK. AND NEW ORLEANS STEAMSHIP Company .? 1'or New Orleans, stopping at Uavana. carrying the Uniiod States mail.? The steamship BLACK M ARMOR, J. D. llullook, commander, will oominence re ceiving freight on Satnrday, May ft, and sail for the above ports on Wednesday, May tf, at 12 o'clock, from pier 27, foot ot Kobln*<u street, North river. Freight for the interior and tor Mobile consigned to our agenta in Mew Orleana, .1 ..i/us Conaoly A Co., will be forwarded free of commissions. Paasengers for Havana mutt proouro passports bef re lcavlig port. Dills of lading mast be seat in for signing the evening previous to the ship sailing. For freight or pas rape apply to LIVINGSTON, CROCHERON A CO . Agents, .11 Lroadnay. N B ?The Cahawha, R. W. thufsldt, ooin n-andcr, will suooeed the Blaok Warrior, and sail on Friday, May 2ft. For sayannah-fare reduced-the united States nail steamship, KEYSTONE STATE, rapt. K. itardi'', wiU leave Philadelphia for Savannah, on Wednos iiay. May 2. at 10 o'clock A. M Fare. $20; stuerage, $8. The Keyitoue State will leave aa above, Wednesday. May IB, Agenta in New York, SCRANTOS A TAM.MAN, U Old slip, where staterooms may be secured. I 'OR SAVANNAH AND FLORIDA ? UNITED STATEfl Mail 1 ine. -The new and elegant steamship KNOX ViLI.E Capt. C. D. Lodlow, will leave?ew York for Savannah. Sat nrday. April 2h. from pier No 4 North liver, at 4 o'oloek P.M. Bills of lading stoned on board. For freight apply on board, or fur passage to SAMUEL L. MITCUILL, IS Broadway. For Florida tbiongb tickets from New York to Jaokson vilie $31 ; to Pilatka, Mi. The Florida, Capt. M. 8. Wood bull, will succeed, and leave on Wednesday, May 2. FOR CHARLESTON AND FLORIDA-SEMI WEEKLY United States mail line.? The new and fast going steamer, JAMES AliCEK. S. C. Turner, oosaander, will leave pier No. 4, North river, on Saturday, 28th April, at 4 o'clock. P.M., precisely. For frolr.ht apply on board, where all bill* of lading will b* sirred, and lor passage, at the office of SPOFFORT); Til RsTON A CO., 30 Broadway. Ihrongh tioket to Florida a* follows ? Tu Jacksonville, $.'il; to Pilatka, 141 Ihe MARION will succeed aid leaveon Wednesday, May 2. rtOI NORFOLK, PETERSBURG AND RICHMOND. - J The United States mail steamship JAMESTOWN, L Pariisb. eotauander, will leave pier 13 North river, ee Saturday, A pill ?s. at 4 o'elook P. M : will avr<v* at Norfe k the next afterioon, a*4 Petersburg and Blehmoad the foi ! lowing morales From Norfolk, passengers for tha South | prorted by railroad dlreet; with threach tiekets from Wei 1 eoa to Wflmlngtoa, Cbarlectoc, Ac. rassajre and rare to , Ncrtolk, $?, to Petersbirg and Rlebmoail. #M; steerage half priee. Tkrengb tickets to Lynohbaru, ?14. Apwlp te LUDLAM A PLBASANTS, 31 Hreadway. Ho freight taken far Petersburg. PUTIXO CARDS. PLATINQ CARDW.-F A RO PLAYING CARDS, YERY eld art well iea?onc4. with all the various other i(ual tiies of IMlea and ootton cards made by SAM HART A CO. I foi sale to th? tre b and clah boo"?- N? 1 Imltf street, cpyiaitt Um Afto? Uv?*a, ?A*?J? ?UMUITIW IJBOaowaf "Hmr.M -a t. hak as.ii., ?jlK i'. C?"-r -U?tio?ut?| V o jlo?k J bur.e*/ UMim Ami a, wMl t. p?r (mw< CORlOLANU). Chidj litmus ( "rinlauus %?r Forrest Cvtnlnius Mr l.anorgan M-i.tulue ..Mr Whitlns rulvius Mr. Ci'.tlnr Fimt ... Ur Aufldina Ur. llauehett Ap|.i?a Mr M l). ..ill ?af?u" Mr Allsn 8'?l> !"? Mr Wall.,, Bintua Mr. lAiiiii^wtll , i^?!.i0'ii~'r'lK ?J*r'*riI,"n?* *f this ui?/uiflooat trag'.dy will oeeupj the whole evening. It sins Mr S??l?rl Vol Hm. i'mi.i Virg'iia <i> Abbott V ?l.iri?. . Mias A J u?e?hrir? Mix Sirnlrj nfALLACK'B THKaTRC. ?fci.A U * A t . NEAR WW 8m.?. bur lay *vsaln<;. April M. lir *t nijilit of a new coined v, KLorxuesrs in man uvk. With appropriate aeon err ?uJ app?ts' meow, aid A HPI.KMDII) CAST. THE U'll.l) IMtAtMO.VS, ALII), TO ftl'.HT Mr. Letter. Mr. Brougham, Ur. Vineent. Mr Stewart Mr. Stoddari, Km. lto?)r, Mra. Kt-pUen>, M.-s ISro.i umi Mm Stewart. Mm. C'onovor, Ao., wi'l appeir. Iriday? THE VTATK PK1SONER, tso a. w o?midr ?nj A K1."S IN TUB DARK. Sa or J ay ? The new comedy, and other entertaianente. BARNCM'S AMERICAN MUSEUM. ? TIM K<Ja> April Ufi.? Evening, at 7>? e'oiock, tho (tor;eou i oraua o Til It LADY OF TUB I.AKK, aud fare* of Dt.Al AS A l'GS"l. Afternoon. si 3, TWO P*i,i'TY I'iKiTEi. lr ammotli Girl, aver t? bundroJ pounds; Milne Giaatjj., ?call) eight teat hi*l i Dwarf Lady only V inches; tun n Buwaed I'ejee Mermaid Ac Admittance, II o?nt?;6).Udr*?i aides ten I2>i orato UKAND NATIUNAI 8AUT SHOW. June 5 6, 7 and 8 P?*n?|nti>? VI. MM, fur tba Snout tatauts, leoluritug very lar?,e prises tor twiua, triplet* and <ia*Wraa. Circular* to l>e tad at the Jlvienn. /1EO. CURI31Y A WOOD'S MINBTRCLiS, NO. 472 Ur Broadway, (Meohamns' llall.) Proprietors . .Ilem-y Wood aal Gtt Rnrftt) Thut week, a varied and pleasing ETHIOPIAN rfcltrORMANCK. commercing e?er? evening, et7?? o'clock Vo conduit with THE WANDEKING alNSTREL. Tlokets, SJ lent. All buelneiM transacted by Henry Wuol. BROOKLYN AHIKSACUM WILL OPEN, ON FRIDAY ovenmg, April V, for a few days only ? lira ?er'? Mir ror of the Mammoth Car*, Niagara Kiv,ir and I alls, aj<i Crystal Pa'aoa, of London. A <;rand Concert, fc titroo eminent p?rli<rnii'm, will b4flr?o. in oonnuatun with the p?intiucs Tickrtu '.Vi renti. E>hibltioit o?.,-ry ?ftarnoon, At So clook, and erenioK, at H o'clock. JOHN a Sfc'DII'S OKANM TOUK OP ll/K'X'E AND K1ECJB OF sEUASlUPOf., At EMriRA. li a ri., ,W Rtoiuwir, ihowinf OKU HUN DRIB ritvi, forty leet irid?, of tho prfucipa! CITIES AND OBJECTS or INTXREST IN IITXOPB Every eronin ? . t / V, o'clock, and ?T?nr Saturday eltor coon ati. 'Hi mnaio by Mr. Alirjra I'i'ild, of I^eadua Ailroltutno* M?nt| Albany theatre, (late orekn street.? ai. beny. ? 1 ho only- piaoe of tmiuemeut in thsoity. ? 1.? diea and iicntlemen, ol aoknowl'dged latent, oan o'.tiin ?n ragcuiontii fur tl>e Hummer araaon. commi<noini W?.lnoKo,\y, May - St^n will bo rvceimd on liberal t/rmi. C. T. SMITH, I e?*ee. Your yonnn ladii ? for tli'i b'ftUot * anted. Apply to C. T. l'AKSLOE, New York. COPAKTS XCftNHU* HOTlCIt? Qll -PABTNKR WANTED, ACTIVE OR 81 lent, in at na'uMiibod busiacx on Broad way, one havini; 91,000 to 81, f t)0 iu c tali; uau roalixo nearly SOU per cent profit. Tho adtcrlieer h tl.oton<kly ao.iuaintad with the biuiueaa. Addroaa Sure Lex ljt) Uvrald uiftcc, itatinr where an interview may l.e had. OjOHA? WANTED, A CENTLEMAN IN ONE Of 1IIE ?Vt'l/l/. beat dining aalooni in Chatham street; tiny man ol activity rat rbare iu nt le.i?t *1.'>0.I0 a year Salnou n fitted up in oo?tljr aty le ; eatabli.'hed over U yeari. Call anil ?ati.-fy y ourttlf. E. McHAUOK, 17ti ChatLam atroet, <J?9AA 10 $aw WANTED-A PERSON WITH TniS V?i''v amount, to Join the advertiaer, wh.i will furniah tue aame au-ount, to purcha?o un? of tlie boit exhibition* evertQer<.d to the public. It wan'a only to be ??eu to aatia. fy that a fortune will ba the remit Apply poraonally to It. CI.AOUET, 16 Wall atreet, third floor. A PARTNER WANTED IN THE PRINTING BU8I neaa; 4.SOO roiuired. Call nt 176 Chatham atreet, oar tier ol Mbtt, up itairi. HOTEI, KEEPERS ? A GENTLEMAN WITH A CA9U capital of $4,000 to t-r>, it*' and a practical knowledge of buaineti, will be taken aa partner in a tirat i-laas city hotel, already eatnbllihed, and n?w doing a caali bnsinc?a of up warda of acventy Ihouvand a year. Addrea* John U. Colby, Pbilat elphia", for one week PARTNERSHIP.? BU5INES3 MEN IN WANT OF partner, oan procure thru by calling on me. AI?o ten men wanted, with email capital, for a buaineaa that piya from ^SOtoloO per week above fexprnfe.T CaU for three day*- ARCHIBALD CAMPBEI.L, 123 Chambor< atreet. Partner wanteo.-onk or odr pest car ! X rioter, ii deairou* of join!** a carpenter or bnildei ? who la In tbe above buaineaa; or, ai he ti a drauxhtam&a, would aaaociate with an architect ef erpial m?a%? anl oapa pol ity. Addrea. guilder, boi 166 Herald offioa. PARTNER WANTED. ? THE ADVERTISER, NOT havinc (ufllclent capi-al to supply the nemaait for an tatallUhod articlc, whieh he hat the exclusive ri^ht to manufacture and paying 300 per cent profit on aalea, wilhoe a partner with I ',000 to $2,000, which amount will be ae enred. Addrcaa 11 II. Moore, Herald office. Farmer wanted? with *200 cash, in a medi ' cine cheat depot, eatabli.hed fir yearn, and doln; a eood paving trade, which la ateadily Incruaainr; a amart I buaineaa young man, with aome knowledge of tho dru^ tr i In, or acquainted with ahipping matters, preferred. Apply, with real name and addresa, with a reierence, (ta no other will ba noticed,) to E W. B , Herald office. PARTNER IN THE GROCERY BUSINESS WANTED whioh haa been long eatabli.hed, and ia now doing a larpe caah trade, with flrat olaaa ouatomera. The chanec cannot be equalled. None need apply unleaa having ? I it*) and of unexceptionable ebaraeter. Apply to II. Lyon, 164 Firit avenue, or S. Lyon, ISO Fulton atreet. PARTNER WANTED. SILENT OR ACTIVE, WITH A caah capital of (A.OOu to $26,000, to engage in the foreign aud domeatlo commiaaion buaineaa, in a well eatabliahod bout* in Baltimore, and now aotinga* mannfacturem' agouti for the aal* of BritLah (taple good* iu the above market. For turtber partlonlara apply immediately to T. H, 8,, box 3*12 Raltimor* Peat Office, Baltimore. WANTED IMMEDIATELY? A MAN WITH A CAPI tal of from $1,000 to $2 000, to take charge of an offiae. The bnainea* i* light a^d genteel; paya *alary from $f> to $.'<*) a mctith. None bnt thoae who nan wri'ea lair hand ! need apply. Addrea* oroall on FARNHAM A Co., S'> Cham ber atreet, room No. 8. ~ ! nneurrruRK. AT PRIVATE SALE? TnE WHOLE Or TUE TUBNI I ture of a three atory honaa, 2J0 Weat Twenty ..eventh * treat. (1 HAIR AND 80FA FACTORY.? B. KIPPORT WILL J aeU at hi* wareroom*. 177 Lewla atreet, near hi* factory, in Fifth atreet, at hi* wholeaale price*, all kinda of mahogany, walnut and roaewood ohaira, tete-a tetea and aotaa, la hair olotb, plnah, damask or brooatall*, for drawing-room*, par lora, aitting room* and hall*. Enamelled suits, at reduced prices-at MATHEWS A 8TACY'S, old established warrooma, 5 H Broadway, oppoalte the St. Nioholaa Hotel. Suite* of furni ture with nalr mattre**, atraw do, aad pillowa and bolatcra, from $40 per (uit. Furniture ?a beautiful suit of rosewood parlor furniture, ecvered with crimaou ailk damask, very little used, and aa good aa new; alio, a variety of ma hogany furniture, iron hedateada and bedding, (almost new,) and carpet*, for aale low. 216 Uleka .treat, Brooklyn, bo tween Wall street and South ferriea. IjlURMTVRE? A GENTLEMAN BREAKING DP ' hcuaekttping, will dispoae of part of hi. furniture, up.,n reaaonable terma. Apply at 111 Henry street, fnm IU to 3 o'clock. OJAS A CO., MANUTACTtJRERB 07 FASHIONABLE / and every kind of furnitare, having enlarged their premlaea, are new prepared to offer a larxa and extensive u ?ortmeat at moderate prioas, wheleiale and ittaU. Wan rooms tH7 Broadway, corner of Broome s'.reet fO PARTIES DECLINING HOUSEKEEPING.? Wanted ' o purchase, a few hundred dollar* worthof forniture io exchange for good roaiiufacturint or insurance stocks. KENNEDY A SHERMAN, No. 6 Wall street. Rc MKDICU. DF HUNTER, NO. I DIVISION STREET, NEW T OR* 10 lon< fend favorably known to the pnblle, may >1 I 3<>n*nlted at hii old eitakllebed office, where be ha* pt*? I tlerd la one branch of medicine for the latt 24 yeare, ea< oif.de more onrca than aay other man in the city, la many in ??eneee of peraon* oonaidcred inonrahle, me of wbion U ha? twrmiadon to refer to at heretofore. Charge* moderate | and in all eaeee a enre miaranteed. Cantioa ? My *re?l remedy, Hnnter'e red drop, thatonree certain dfeeaiee with ont dry log its polma la tbe blood, oan only he had a* abo?? I'rlo* >1. Call and get the Monitor of Health. DR. CORBETT. 19 DUANE STREET, MAY B1 consulted a 1th confidence on eertaln dl.eiaoa. Twea i ty-foor year*' la thli apeelallty enablee him to gnarantv | permiuent euree. Hie treatment U tbe rime aathat pra* 1 tiled by Ricord, of Parle N. R.? !?r. C.'i diploma ' m member ot the New York Uuirortity, may be eeea la hi* I office. ' | \R. JOHNSON, 1? DUANE STREET. HAS PER! OVA J / id more earee thaa any other m*dio?< man is Met York. Dr. J.'i treatment U aafe and expedition*; hie :aedt eme< cat. be taken without fear of detection. Charge* see erite, and the money icfnnded If utUfactloa le net' dvea DR. COOPER 14 DUANE STREET, SO LO.VQ EXOI rt to the eitiiea* ef New York a* the me*t *aoee**ta petitioner lnthi* country ean boaat ef, tontiaat* to W ?on ft) i ted at hi* old office, re Hot! a* the anfort'inet* *m ' (Win* ooDnolatioa tc man? aa tehing hoart H B ?Dt , C. guarantee* a care la all eaae* nadertakea. ? Y^R. WARD'S UN FORI UN" ATES' FRIEND CURES J / eertela di*e?*e* ia twelve honra, If rceeat, and neror reqnliee morn than a few day* to terminate and eradicate thoroughly the mo*t ob*tl?ato and protracted oitaen. lux ?Dialing mtdloine baa been hall id by thooaand* a* tbe groat ctt boon to > nmaoiiy. All aailona for a cme, are, b* thla Incomparable remedy, certain ef cbttiainn the aam? ? ithout any delay. A enre guaranteed. Seld at 90 Caaal atreot, one doorcatt of Broadway j DR. WARD MARES TUB ONLY SURE CURE - HI?, nnfortanate'* friend euree when nothing elan will? eorea whoa all other thine* fall. Thoee wbe hare eaffered from pretender* warranted a ear*. Office Mo AO Canal *'.*e*i one door from Broadway. Eetabllihed many year*. Curat ? irriulii. I.adlea Oeidea Periodic Pllle, for the reaovaJ of irretrnlaritiee, Ae Net rem aatldeWe for debUlty. MLARMORT, PAY IS AND LONDON PDYitl' IAN . aad largeaa, author af the Medical Adriear an 1 Mat rlM* Onide, (milled by blm, aealed eloeely, to any addrea*. for $1.) ii coamltad at Ne. 41 Read* (tract, center el Bruad way, frallA M.. till 2, and 0 tc 9 P. M.. Sunday* ereept ed. Thoae at a dtiWaee treated by mall aad eipree*. We ooaear with other piper a la recommending Dr. L aad htj troatlee? 1)1* patch, ComrW dea Eta*.* Unit, StaaU Zellau. Day Bock, he. N B ? Rot the tea/ etore. T) NERVOUS SUFFERERS.? A RETIRED PIIYSI claa, who poa*?e- .<?* a pre* riptioa that Proved nfettnl In rcatorh^ him to health ta a few day*, after yeart of *ur lenitac from Kencral n'-rtane debility, 14 anxloa* to make II knoan. Will *?nd fy?a, the prcanrlptton weed Dlr?< I to Dr. ED. >tll.lilAMS, ?9 F niton .traot, Brooklyn, X. Y TBE MARRUC1 ill* IDE, OR FAMILY MF.DICAl. AND Pfeyriulocloil Inetracter. ipeclalty for the mMTi?d or tl on latoadin* to mart/. Ry Dr. F. Ilelliok, the inth<<r ? r il lecturer Bondrtdth edition; Sre bHadr?d ptn<; eel t red plete*. Prl?e oae dollar. l'\?>ll?Ji?d by T W. ^r lit Rar**n *tr??t, N?w Tcrk, who will forward by m,"j en reoeiTlne <-ne dollar aad addreee. Frem the ' %l#' ?,?-?(*! Rclew ? The eitraor-llnirv hook we erer rci I. ? ? Oan featare which par* ieniarty ? icnV *et? *11 ?tv.r. ef tte k'17. If fc- ??J "ar ef ti ?*lcao/ a# J m?aU V wU** parta'l -* it hU tlifiBi". A?v?mKS'n. ACADEMY (,r MUSIC -ITALIAN OPERA -LA? nuM ul Kminu'i tliuf d'aeuvre of . WILLIAM TELL, wl'ioh will be related for the Ninth u?e. . ... ?? ' ? Fuiuas IriMSG. Aran IT HONOUR jTLI Fa is O.N E md ?, _ HRKTIJCCA MIRBT4EK, wit* S1UNOR1 BOLCIOM I, YlKTtl. l?\l>IAI.I rucco and coLErn. will appear u th< principal r .!?? lha Pute bMi m th. third act Janctd b? Madamai.eRe UVla.?tuii Umi Carreer Mueii-al Director and < oudu'Ur Max Mare'iek tieala tui?> be oacured a IU1I t Hon'a Hroadwke; Yea Nn'dvu A Aiox'a and at tSa box otbee a'f tbi ActitarU Mu.ie. Prieea of Adnn??ion ? I'ar iu?t, Parqaet ( irnle aad Drf^ C ircle M: Seomed. (I 10; beoond I trole, > oaaka, Aiapkl Ihu'it, 20 centa ? >.??* upon at 0%; perfof manoat t? aomnieaaa at 7^ o'aloaft V i rul'a ide'iratcd new o(>?ra. "II Tro<ai<>r?," t> ta aa tlve it huar?al. mud will be prudacod imamdla >ily. BURTON'S TIIEA1 KB, CIIAMB1RS StRERT - 'I I i.r-dny. ? Th' treat Sh?k?p-r-an cninio play. TllK JnMi.DY UF KURoRS IbeTwe Dro.iio Mr Hurtoa aid Mr Ilarry Ball 'I h? Two Auti| holla ..Mr O Jordan aad Mr Fiaher Tbta j'i?oe ha# l<?er tiniaeotly ?uoetra?ful, Md rtomfM laid apidaute iron: oroeded houaea. Aim, the coined* of i f< (.Kin main, or the conjuror's win, in wl if h Mr. Uurton, Mr II. Hall and Mr. 0. Jerdaa w? r*r.<Tin VrMay-IHE SERIOUS FAMILY and THE TOODLM BOWKR* TUEa'i'HL - rUOi'RIRTOR AW? mmmm f.vt. i 1' Waldron; htkxe Ma..a?er. JtoMrt Java. rMeo* of adiur.aloa ? .iraea, it,". aenta; Pit aad Oallirf, UN ?euta; Privet* Ra tea jy_ fhuraday e*a?In*. 4wU H, Bcnelit of Mt ami Mm. K H Conner. mx Dkor.Lts or crimf. reatb of Ability. ......by I'rof-aaw Rtatay, &? .TUMI!. I JI M IRISH KNOW NuTllINO BUCK LEI'S SEUEMADEItS. US URl?Ak)?Af.~ rout mania riua w tu: M<>M>A V, TIIKSDA V, WKUMSOAY and TUUUS?AT. \ i o crand burlraque on l.DCRKKIA BORGIA. PttrediuK the opera negro MiNSTRfn .sr. Coiorrt at 1\ o'clock. . 1 ickoiK X> oenla. N . U ? There wl.l be no performance on Friday aad 1* a* ar il i y. A^iril '?1 and 78, duri?? vrhloh tiuic tlia ball will uaiaic* a rctittliu: lor the iinproTenitiitt of i>ouad. BiKA>KLIN MUSKUM, NO. U BOWKRT. KIVKbt opp' -ttfl tba l?' vvtj Theatre. Forforoiancea e>ar/ ad t-taoiu. at ,X, and vvrif eveninii, at 8. N. B. ? atraai(n?a will uhrrrva that the I'ranklio Muaeum la tb<' enly pUoala tbe United Statea whar? the Modrl Artiata are emiUta^ with othot ungual entertaiamnuU. Remaabat. Ma. ? Bo wary. VTOTICK? BUCK LEV'S SERKN A t'KRS, ZX> BROAD i.1 war, will appo?r in >rwark, at the NEWARK 1'IIKaTKE, Ph Fp in a v akii Satukdav ErtNiniia. Aran, tl Alto ^ di.riD* t!ie rvflttiiiK ot their hall, and will ra open aa Maa div, Apul 3U, with the beantiiul np^ra, ELIXIR UF I. '> V R. in WHITE FACES. BARN'UM'S Ml'HKUM.? 1IAI>AW AV'J BKN RUT.? Friday, April 21 ? I'. U. U. bei[? loare to aaaoumao t* hi> fnei'dr aim tho palilio Rcnfrally that lit* beaellt tklraa plitce nn tho al>oae CTooinii, when will be pnrfermed, bf tba MrenKtli of the noDiptny, tbe ccnirdy of Tllti 1'OUR UM 'J J.KMaN. I'artirnlari, lu the biila of tta da/. Bowery theatre -the mural tale or atr ohantn.eat, entitUd tho SEVEN TEMPTATIONS, will ahortly br produced. PRC 1AL NOTICE.? PERU AM'.S OP*RA TROUPa perlorm ;1 in (Thursday i eroninj-, at WASUI.NGTllN HALL, NEWARK. On Friday cTouin.r, ai tbeir (per* iJome, iiC3 Broadway, for the BENEFIT OF W. K WILLIS. s INSTRUCTION. Boardino school for children. - m Mlsaes W I I.LI A MS will removo their huardlndacheal on Mi; 1, to thai beautiful mausiou on Fifth avenue, ha twnn Seventh anil Ninth (treat*, Brooklyn, knowa M the couktri roeideno* of ex Mayor Talu.a.re. Terms of taitle% lucitiding board ai.d washing, $40 p?r quarter, of elavea weeks. payable in advauoe. Inqulra at tho sohool, 117 Praa Ert atieit, Brooklyn. N. 11.?4H aoree of laud for lalo *? ihuay, Jersey. (Jj/T ? T Kit MS HEDUCBDONE II AI.F.? OLIVER OOLD <r<J. SMITH'S Academy of Ponmatahip and Boakkeep ! lug. No. 3ti2 Broadway, eerier of Franklin street. ? (<?dis*? writing class, at II o'olook A. M., daily, *xc'j>tiag Salic days. Gentlemen's clashes, at V A M. aad 3, 3,7, aad If (?'olook 1'. M., daily, excepting Saturdays. Terms hhIu?*4 to 93 for 10, or 910 for 23 lessons, including atatieaesy. i'rivato lnntruotien. 913 for 1(1, or ftn for 20 lessens, lallt pupil is entitled to a eeparatej>arlor Bookkeepiag ? Term* rconced this week. Reauood from 923 to 912 80 per qaartar oi three months. A LADY HAVING MKT WITH A REVERSE OK POR tune, wishes to prooaro a few pupils to inatruot la play ing and singing on the plauo Also wishes to sing In a oh urea. Address 0.. Broadway Poet Offioe. AVOt'KO FRENCH GENTLEMAN, E10HTBEN yesra of age, a native of Paris, haviag received * thorough education in that city, and recently arrived m New Yurk with his lainlty, deairea to outer an Amtriaaa ar Engliah family to teach the French laujuaga, aad la ax cbauge to purled himself in English. Best reommeadatieee eiven. Audrmi A. Contcllon, corner of Clinton (t. aal Fourth place, Brooklyn. BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS, AT STAMPOB% Conn., X B. Nishols, Principal. Tha suaaw tarn cbmnieucas May 1st Circulars containing partioulara may he had at Kaynor'* Bookstore, 76 Bowery, or by adiraadag the Principal. T) ELLPOBT CLASSICAL INSTITUTE -THE MRU J.I term of thla Institute will oemraenee tha Bret of lu. Vtt circulars apply to W. Kivaa. tan , Ul Watac atnw, N. Y., and <wr particulars address JAMBS CRUIESUANK. PrlaifraL Bell port, L, I.. April 2. 1B66. C10YBRMSS - A YOUNG LADY DESIRES A SITffA X tli.n as governess, to teach the common Rngllih braaeh i es, together with music, French and drawing, 'he boat ra I Urences given and required. Apply at No. SO VTeet BalUe street. South Brooklyn, between the honrs of 11 A. M. aod s r. m. 1>8TRUCTIl N. ? A LADY WELL QUALIFIED 1* teach the Fren-h and German languages, wis he* te give private lessons. Address G B. K., Schuberth'? masie store. No. 339 Broadway. SCHOOL POR YOUNG LADIBS, CBDAR GLEN, SI TO bing, N. Y.? MISS FOS TBR, I'riaoipal. Tna sua* session will commence Tuesday, May 1. Terms 913* a year. Rctereiioes:? D P. Bacon, Esq . 23H Fourth street, N. T-i Thomas Smull, Bsq , No. 5 Ferry strast, N. Y. THE EVERGREEN INSTITUTE, ESSEX COUNTY, N. J. ? Mrs. Reed wishing to cduoate bar own eea* aa home, hat engaged Mr. J. 0. Hardmeyer as tutor, aad Mr toees to take a limited number of pupils into her famiurt* tie taught by him, aided by other oempetent teaohars. Tks language of the family and the text books will t>? freaak. He teachers and servant a.are.nativas of Fraaoe, or that past of Switierland in which Frenoh is spoken, whioh will giva exti aordinary facilities for acquiring a knowledge of ihah language. The pupils will b> under the conataat aara ? the tutor and will receive from Mrs. Raed tha saaa at t r. .1 attention a* her own oMldren. The sahool will eaa menee on the first of May, with a vacatioa during tha ?ninths ol August and September Terms? For baar^ washing, tuition, including English, French, Spanish, and the (. or in en languages, the ancient claaiics, mathematiea and the usual branches of a polita education, 9300 par aa i.nm, payable half yearly in advaaca. Mr. J. C. Hard iiiejer roirrs to Rev. J. G Barton. Professor at the Fraa Academy N. Y : Rav. R. 8. Uowland, Kev. A. Verrea, Minis'er of the Frtnoh Protestant Churoh, N. Y.; Boa./. U I.awrenoe, Jonathan Trotter, Esq., aad Rev. 8. M. Uaioll, Principal of tha Lawreaoeviile High Sahool, N. J. US. SCHOOL AGENCY AND TEACHERS' UNION. . (1847 ) by E. H. WILCOX A SONS. 293 Broadway ? A pcr|*tual introducer, tilling all orders, vacancies and ahauaa Ur check holder*, suiting nearly every school aad famfly. Terms, on* per cent in advance, 93, 910, 916, Ao. Bvttf dat lar procures 9100. ho charge to papila. 1XBD1CAL.. I) A CARD TO INVALID LADIES -THE WIFE OP A J Y. .Wilful phyaician would be hanpv to aecommodata ? laay desiring quirt and privacy, with board and attenda? a Krevieti' to .tnd during coaflnemuat. Address Silence, baa ,?07. Post Offioe. A N OPPORTl'NITY ONCE LOST CAN NEVER BB RE j\ called. Pile* and ri oumatlsm effectually oared by A. D. REEVES. No. 7 Wooster atreot. R. WARREN, MEMBER OF THE COLLEGE OP 3UR geons af London ard Bdinhnrg, attends ta private prae tice at his old established office, 71 Madixon street, aaar Ca therine, where he ia performing the most astonishing cures e? record, without restraint in dlat or busineaa par?ufta. IMPORTANT TO FEMALES -DR. DUBOIS' OI'PICB for the exclasiva treatment of all diseases ineldaat ta fen ales, No. 104 Third avenaa. two block* from Breadway. Keniedk-s tor femsle derangements from 91 to $6 Ad viae gratis Coaaultations and lattsrs confidential. Mall let tere oontniolng 95 served with advice and medioiaa by ra tiirn poet. Relief gnsrsntaed in all casas i'atiaats ires* a distance provided with eligible board, nursing aad at tacrtance. THE GllF.ATEST MEDICAL DISCOVERY OW TKB 1 age ?MR. EENNEDY, of Roxbary, has dl*aeT*MlK out of i ar coaitaon pasture weods a remedy that 01 k<nd of humor, fr< m the went sorofnla dawa to ? I mi te. 11'- has tried It in ever 1,100 satat. aad nevar fkllad, la two eeeee?hoth thunder htimor. He baa now k his aa* ?**eion ovsr two hundred aertilicatas al It* virtue, all wMUa t- enty milce of Boston. Two liottlea are warranted to cure a aura lag sore meatth. one to three bottlea wlM oura the worst kind af pi ? plea m the face. Two to. threa kettlea will aura tha system of bods. T? le'tle* are warranted to oaru the worst utl? ta Iks north or stomach. 1) r?e to llta bottlee are warraated to eura the trotil aaaa ?f ery?itela*. ? One te twa bottles are warranted to care all humor I* the eyes. Two battle* are warraated te cure rtiaaing of the syea sat bletehea aarumg the hair Four to aix bottles are warraatad to cur* aerrupt, aad rasu nlt < ulrera One tottle alii en re scaly eraption of the sklft. Two to throe battle* are warraatad to aare tha rant saaa Ot rlegworai. 1w. to three bottlee are warranted to cure the meek daa r?rnte ea?- ot rl "umntlsio. laroe W Four bottlee are warraated to eura the ??% rheum , . _ I Ive te il^ht bottle* will enre the wotel saae *t eoafai* _ A bei.eh. is alwaye ax|>erieured from the dret b^tl^aa? a perteet car* ia warraatad wtn tha akov* guaaaap ? *Kc*d?r,I paddled ever ?thoneandboetJeea'ttrtaiatha^ einity ot Iteston. I know the effeeu of it ia iawg ****? ?? tare a* ?at?r will t * tinsuhih ?re, so *?re ?? mo* I never eald a bottle of ??b?* that^'daaataea^afbay a trial it always speak* far Haalt *??*? ?"??? 'Mam a boat khte herb that appear to ?? ' are we ia our faetavea, la i*?k^'??.tbettle* p?r dt/efA N* ehaage of diet erertaa ^Lr"r ?' the beat yea oa* gat. and enough af IA Bbaa HTYt . ce^-Adalts. eaetabla aponnful per day: ehlldraa ^-reM-^ea.'"- -pi-afuVeWldrea freaa ir, to algktyee* JJ^iionfal *? Alraatloasaaa be appIUabie ta allaaa !taJ!w.ns tak" suffieieat ta operate on the bow Me twine a J ' Mr Rennedy givaa poreonal attendauaa la bad oasaa of serofula. Manufantnre 1 by Doaald Aenaady. Na. IS Warrna street, Ratbary, Mass. Prica 91. Wholetal* aaaata f or Now York? Cha*. ?. Mil Ma 193 BreadwayrC V. Cli.ik*t>er, N?. HI Bnrelay street; A. It. % It. Beads. Re ta Fultoa street; Marsh A Northrop, UO tlreenwlek streets Shuffiln A Bros. hCa.. 170 William street; Cay4 I Paal| Chambers *treat ; f. C. Well* A Co^ Praaklla strea*; M'Raa ?ea. Rohbia* k Ca., *a?4aa\ane: AavUaaA Baaall * Ria er ""vr** ??mVwtr4 Hsi.tCt Vr.'lvi'hat. %cf a iBrtlf aUca< ,taU>ia4r*gH?i