Newspaper of The New York Herald, March 22, 1856, Page 7

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated March 22, 1856 Page 7
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40TERT1SEICENTS RENEWED BTBRY DAY. TK.1ANW KEOISTKH. -TO LfcT. THK SMALL, TPRftB STORY, EL8 ? Uuu< gaut brown stone front, ?CagUab basement bouse, 191 WeetTwenty sevetth street, nwly new. Oroto-i wtier, ?as, furnace, Ac Will oe put io complete order, sad the first two doors covered with beautiful tapestry ?*rpen, to suit a first clan tenant. ALBERT WELLto*, No. 6 Trlnltr Building. A6MALL HOTEL TOLEABE-WITa A PORTION Of the furniture, from $1,W0 10 91,100 for sale; the house eootalns from 40 to SO room*, lnc'udlng a spacious ailing room kn4 large kitchen, with gas and roton Witter throughout, k?Uw, Ac. B. W. KiCHARD^, :W7 Broadway. A TWO YEARS' LEASE OF A WELL KSTABLHHED tolel to be sr Id by t?>e family Of the Hus or prlet or. Toe bouse contains thirty one bedroom., lar/e dialog hall, par lors, bar and reading rooms and extensive klieher. acoomtao 4a Ion, Ac. The furniture to be ukeo at a valuation. Apply at the Franklin Square Hotel, 328 Petri street T> ROADWAY PARLOR8.? TO LRT, A SUIT! OF THREE JJ parlors, furnished la mode>n style, with gas, Orotou vnter, &? v. ell suited for a oluh or dentist es'abllsnmenl Io V*e on the premise*, 36S Broadway, third Door, between 9 aid 12 o'clock. BRtOKLYN-TO LET OR LEaSB, A FIVE STORY briek bnllriiDg 20x65 feet, with Bteain power, bnllt for a fcoiorv, situated in Brooklyn, near a ferry. Apply to RI OHaBD HARTbHokne. 146 Froct street, New York. COAL AND WoOJ YARD TO LHAiR AND FIX turf s for sale. An old established coal and wocd yard In Brook I] n, near the South and Wall ?treet terries. App y to WM. MaCKaY, 113 Fulton street, Brooklyn. N. B. ? Wila or without the horsf a and carta. ClOUNTkY RK81DRNCR TO LET OR FOR S ALB-ONE J of the beet locations la the vil'ageot" Astoria, L.I. Toe house It large, In good order, well lighted with gas; has range, furnace, Altering cts'ern aid other modern improvement*. Grounds handsomely laid out and Improved. M. P. DaYiON. 17 Murray street. (10UNTRY SEAT, BLOOMINODALE.-TO LET, FROM J 1st April, on the shore of the lludaon river, about Ninety ono street, with furniture, stable, bathing house and every requisite for a private family ; five acres of land. Gate at foot of lace opposite g*te of Elm Park Hotet, Omnibus leaved Broadway and Thirty-second street. R. L. SOI11ISFFE1.1N, 18 East Twenty -sesond stieet. DRY GOODS STORE AND DWELLING HOUSE TO let, V8 9th avenue. an old established stand; eoantera and Rztures complete Inquire on the premies, or of R. RU8 BRLL, 127 West Twenty -firth street. DRY GOODS STORE TO LET-NO 135 SPRING STREET, near Broadway. Fixtures complete, with Immediate pos session. A first rate stand. Apply at 197 Spring street. 5?ACTORY AND DWELUNGB AT FORT LEB TO LRT, I together or separate, suitable tor pianoforte, cabluet, troak or other man uiao lories, nearthd landing, and easy of a c ??we by sUaiunoat; a healthy andp easaut rtMldencn, and oon venieni for business. Apply at 167 Canal street, near Varies. Wt)Kl> IHttKR 00TTA9B TO LET ON BTATKN ISLAND? J* Situated abeut hall way between Stapteton and Quaran the landings; a retired location, and near the Momcopal ehurch Inquire of M. B, Bauer or A. B. Tappen, 51 Cham bers street. FURM8HKD HOUSE TO LRT -RENT TAKEN I if THE partial board of three persons. House ne v. with all con venlences. In a good neighborhood, fifteen miou'-en' walk I'rnm B all or fou'h terres, In Brooklyn; possession when desired. The best references required. Address, tir four days, L. M. K.. Herald olllce, ftew York. -ijACRNlSHKl) HOUSE TO LET, IN SOCTB BROOLYN.? C A large hous e, suitable tor a boarding house; furnished throughout, ard situated in one of the most pleasant locations in Frouklyn Will be let to a good tenant; possession imme dlatey. Apply, for pvtlcntars, at 178 Clinton street. South Brooklyn. FURMSBED HOLME TO LET, IN BROOKLYN? WITH in a few mlnues' walk oi the South ferry, a new three itcry stone front house, with all the modern improvements, fcand'omely furnished. Apply at No. 99 Amity street, South Brooklyn. Four spacious broadway lofts. 60 by loe feet, in the marble building No 677, near Houston street, are 1 3 lease cheap, to furniture dealers, milliners, or other good te rants requiring extensive premises and first ra'eshow rooms. 1 he top story is divided into artists' skylight studios. GRA MERCY LODQK ROOM TO LRT.? THE URGE snd handsome room in Grwnercv Hall, cjrner of Third avenue and Twentieth street, will be let for Tuesday, Wednes day and Friday evenings. Inquire on the premises. Alao, the ojs'er and dining saloon in basement, with fixtures complete. HOUSR TO LRT- AT ELLIOTVILLE, STATEN ISLAND, within five mlnu es' walk ot the Snug Harbor landing, mtli eight acres of land attached, well stocked with fruit, and ? vegetable garden under a high state ot cultivation, the house stards on rising ground, and commands one of the finest views en the sorUi shore of the island. Apply to J A HR8 W. BLATCHFoRD, No. 58 Wall street, or W. K. LOTHROP, No. 35 Wall street, New York. House to let-containing four rooms and basement, with exclusive use of hall and <>ont door. Rent ?vOO. Inquire la the fancy store, corner of Market and Divi sion streets. HOCSB TO LRT AND FURNITURE FOR SALE. -A three story house. In first rate order. 25x50 feet. In a good location. The rent to a private family will be 9900, and water rate, the furniture is all new, and will be sold low tor cash. Also, to let, furnished, a neat three story a ad basement house, built two years. Tke house to In good repair, and the furniture was nade to order, and of the best quality. Will be rented on easy terms to a private family. No agent* need apply. Apply leJOHN oUYLKB, 231 Thompson street. House, gardbi^and coach house to let, or for sale, at Windsor terrace, Flatbusn L. I., fourth house west of Coney Island plank road, ou Vanderbl t street. The house in perfect order, and the situation equal to any on the plank road. Possession on the 1st of April, 1866. House no. 139 wrst tbirty fourth strbbt, to let? Ibree stories, brown t-tooe freat, English basement, In perfect order. Posaessien 1st May. Apply to EDWARD BM.RNaP, 62 Wall street. Labor room to lrt-for several evening* in the week. No. 151 Bowery, corner ot Broome street, fitted op In good style, with spring seats, coandeliers, Ac. Will be put in good order. Inquire .-ot WM. SIMPSON A CO., 181 Bowery. _____ National race course to let. ?the above course. kOM-, barns, stables and all the lands apper leining thereto (over 141 acres), will be let or leased for a ter.n of years, if application be made this week, to HOiiMBS a McKkaO, No. 20 Duane street Nice apartments for a small family? cok slstlLg of parlor, newly papered, eating room, and one or two bedrooms, with pantries and gas fixture*, on the second floor of a three storj brick house, 126 Vanderbllt avenue, in the best and most heaithy part of Brooklyn. KxoeUent dry cellar, cistern, ysrd, Ac., fl'teen minutes' walk to the ferriee, and Myrtle avenue cars pass within a lew doors. Possession Immediately, or on the 1st May. Call as above, or address H. W. C., No 7 Old slip. N. Y r\N* OR two stores to let-in phe vil V / la ge of New Roche) le, 19 miles from the Oily Hal], Immedi ately adjoining the Mesr York and New Haven railroad depot, bemg a dealrable location for a grocery er almost any othir basin ew ; a greater number o passengers take the ears at New Boehelie thai at any other station along the route ot the rail road, a large portion of whom are residents ?f the village Bent |2B0 and $160 dollars per year. For further information to J. D. WUSTFauL 164 t|0uth street, or to F. A. Potter, Hanover street. New Yorker to John Ruber, on the pre ?slses, Xew Roehelle. OFFICES AMD WORKSHOP8 ?TO LRT. IN 81 NA8 uu street, fourth house be'ow Bun office, on second, third, fourth and fitth floors, suitable for a'tlsts or any bullae >? requiring good light and room*. Apply to KUGKNB KUKRIS, bootmaker, 62 Nunu ? reet. PART OF A BOC8R TO LKT? WITH ALL THB Mo dern Improvements, In West Thirty first street, between Eighth and Mnth avenues. The house l>> nearly new, and the apartments are well suited fera Hmall family; five rooms. Kent $328. Can enter 1st of April if desired. Apply at 343 hi|hth av? Due. ' STEAM POWKB.? KHOP8 TO LKT, WITH OB WITH oat power, 22 by SO, up to 43 by 100 feet; well ltgbted with twenty leven windows rn a floor; will be :?t low to good ten ante, and possession given Immediately. For particulars in quire on the premises, 14 and 16 Amity place, between Bleeck er and Amity street*. QTORE TO LKT? .188 KIGHTH AVENUB, BKTWBBN O Forty first and Forty sccond ?'reets, we .t side, aiteetfront by 80 feet deep. Also, the two s'ory and hasomem house 10? Forty ninth street, between Broad *-av and Mlxth avenue, c m tatnlog nine rooma. Bent 1250. Inquire of J. Q. HANSON, 88 West Broadway. SIORK TO LOT- ON THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF Bowery and Bond street; it baa an iron front of 20 fe *t , with roiling shutters, and Is one of the best locations on tnr street for the (try Roods or any other business. Possession Im mediately. bouse to let, No. 2 94 Ninth street, three stor.', brick, Dear Second avenue, fee hills. STORE TO LRT. ? A STORE UNDER THE 8T. OBR mats Hotel, junction of Broadway and Fifth avenue, to let to a responsible party. Apply at the office ot the hotel. STORE AND BA8EMRNT TO LET? WORTH WEST corner ot Twenty third street and Seventh avenue 1'he store la 52 feet deep, and has good, ihowy windows, counters, ?helving, AC. Ion Rcod tenant the rent will below anla Mate given. Apply a; 393 klghth avenue, or 94 Kulton street. UUBHARD O. STONE. &MLOR8' BOAR I) J HO HOUSE TO LRT? THB BEHIND story ot bouse No. 196 Sooth street, corner of Oliver, hav keen occupied tor that business a number ot yean; roams to let, to small families only, whose business r?t|Otrv < them to be convenient to the shipping. Inquire as above. STORAOR.-THR WHOt?E OR A PORTION OF A large well secured roon, easy of access, will d j le' after the first of april. Persons breaking up housekeeping win find this a safe and convenient place to store choice articles tor any length of time. Apply at 62 White street, ot C. W. JARVIH. SKC08D FLOOR OF A HO IRE TO LET, CORNRR of Konrtli avenue, and Ihlrteenui * ree'; h>is four rooms two c mets, Crotin water and waste pipes, wlta every cuove ntence tor a lamily to live comlortable. Can ne seen between 12 arid 2 P. M Also, two basements and oae shop tj let.sult skle lor |business. At.ply to O. K NAPP, as shove. Immedlnle possession given of the three latter. qui LKT-KROM TilK, 1HT OF MAY NKXT.ANKAf I oottane house and summer re?ldenie, containing 9 rooms and kliotter, whh 10 acres ot ground situated at Ktogsirldge. acd i routing the river. > or terms anil further parttcu ars. apply between the hours of 11 A. *. and 5 P. V., o ?. I). ?wkN,116 William it'eet. rpo LKT? Hod ak no. k. jrfffrson pfRHEt, nbar J. P'.tft Broadway, lit a neighborhood, having ?u ?od hot a 1 cold wate throughout, wl'li tiath mom and und :r Mdar; rent MOO. Also,* 'hres story brick house In Hudson ?fr*e', netr _b*u>ber ntreeijrent for a salon l or hotei, 1900. Apply lo Mr Kl*l D, Ifl Jslferwun street. To L t? ro a -wall am* no* ir r\.\rrf.r. thpi Wj'l er part of howe *o. 9 frecon l s'.-eet. t true doors e*s oftb<! Howery, ?oAslftilrg ot twi parlors on sermd tlo ?*, two rerfrrx.m" In atHo ?.n<) a privlt^e In the nnder ,:?llar <?o. In quire after o'clock on the pre-Dt- es TtO MT? FOR h LfOlOt B PURPO0M, ;>s srsOKTS the large room t Lodworth's Acadery, 896 (triad**/' Is wit' 1 tested lighted and warmel. studios to let, la Bwk Jyn. at l?od worth's tcad?my, 137 Mo.t.i.'in plae?, oni ; ?r pre.iw.v lor the vur^ow w! h very L'n? limits *i4 every ?>.?!&? modaMn?. ^ fpO LKT? THR FINE i?'";tH<A>T COflVRR RTORK J ayil h(t?f inert iV' ti'. 'ig nvi j-.oal an") tlulso.l street*, :? taolta! V.catioo l?r 'bo cloth'iif o ? shoe hti .ness; a>se, *kt-e %nd d veiling No. ?37 fa il s'.ie'.t: ti! v>, i.'ojes a .d dwelllirs and viln?ton stree*, opna^te flint n nartet i.l e:< <? w the H uJsfn Jtlvej !t<- Iroad Jepit t'os?eumn of ~.'l t?' ?fav. Al?/>, smalt Metes sr.d .Vo?, 2:D Hit Is-m ?-rjet and ur; kud 19-* Ci.n?l *'?* '' >' alot. . n '.vll i'.c. Apply to j'AillvS i ?1CK, Wo. .'JO H y'iOfi n'J-ei'. ???WW amiinait mo LBT-AT FOBOHAM, ON TUB HARf.EM BAIX 1 road, a very desirable country residence, ?ItuAted c> 'u?ti ground, affording a fine new of the surrounding count ry It aillen. II consists of dwelling, carriage house and 2 acres it land, fruit and evergreen ureea. good garden, welt, Ae. Apply to HBNBY MlLlJUtJBegister's office, or Jahn.Benian. on Um premium. r> LET. -THOSE TWO FIRST CLASS HOUSES, NOS. 164 and 1M Weat Tbirtj -eighth itreet, .south side, complete with all the modern Improvements; renin moderate. Apply to Julia B. MORglfl, Ma Weetlhlrtj fourth s reet. npOLKT? THB rOflfcSrOBY HOUSE, NO. 338 FOURTH A avenue, bet ween Twenty fifth and Twenty slxtb streais. It baa all the modern Improvement*, and can be aeen anv ume our log tite day It will be altered Into a (tore if required. Ap ply to P J a B0INK8, 88 I'tne street, from 10 till 3 o'clock, or *t 246 Biaih street, frtm 4 till 8 P. M. TO LBT? ON STATEN ISL4RD, FOB ONB OR HEVKBAL years, the large mansion .furnished) of Madame 8. Grymea situated on the lop of the hill, a short distance from tbe second landing; aim a large cottage (unurniAed) on the declivity of the same mil, both nouses commanding extensive views. Address, for particulars, Louis Von Hoffman, Port Build In ga rLET-A FURNISHED HOUSE, IN LOWDOtf THB race. Twenty third street, or will sell tbe furati ire, and lease tbe souse lor Ave year*. Address B. H.T., Hera d of fice, with name ar a reference TO LBT- IN BBOOKLYM, THB THBEB 8TOBY, AfTIC and sub cellar brick house. Mo 60 High street, utur nlsbed throughout with all the modern Improvements Kent $?io. Can be seen from 2 to 0 o'clock P. M Apoly to Tt MO THY R. HIHB \RD. No. 145 Wa'er street New York. TO LBT? TO A BMALL RESPKCTABLE FAMILY. fHE upper part of a new brown stone front boose in K.>*ty tilid street, be' ween Seventh and Klghth avenues, sooth 'ule, cod Lain lug all the modern Improvements, and convenient to reveral lines of cars and stages. Possession betore the first of May. Inquire on the premises, between the hours at 3 and TO LBT? ON 8KVKMTY -THIBD STRUCT, BKTWKKN the l'hicd and Fourth avenues one of the row at tw o story bsiement and attic brick bouses, with the adjoiniog lot ot ground. The house contains marnle manetls. range, grates. Oroton water. Ac. Appl* to JOHN CALL &HAI), corner of Seventy second street and third avenue, or of C. W. BABKBR. 26 l'lne street. 1 South Bergen? NH HUD90N AVENUE TO LkT? FOR A BBSPBCf ABLE BOABDINO HOUSE, the dwelling part of the new five story bouse No. 6i Orosbv street, containing twenty-two wel finished rooms. Oas and Croton water on the premises. Tbe location cannot be sur passed, being in the vicinity of several large hotels. Inquire on the premises TO LBT? ON THIRTY-FIFTH STREET, BETWEEN Lexington aad Fourth avenues, a modern built house, $7 fit); Mo. 252 West Thirteenth street, three story house, btih gas, 'Ac., rent $600; I hirtv sixth street, between Eighth and Ninth avenues, three story home, modern imurovemeuts, $626; cottage Ik use. No. 26 West l*weoty-lirst street, $426; Mos. 376 and 27" Bleeeker street, two stores would be put in one, *600; No. Witi Sixth avenue, a large store and dwelling, rent 1660; No. UK Mom avenue, store and house, rent 9476; No. 280 West *we> ileth street large house, gas, bath, Ac , $800; 216 West Ihlr'.v lirst street, three story house, gas, bath, Ac., {600; No. 172 * est Tblrtv eighth street, three story house, gas. Da'h, Ac . Mini; No. 180 Hast Nineteenth stree'-, three story house gas (1 bath, rent $780; 96 Hammond street, three story house, Sax, ? imt $660; No 194 West (Seventeenth street, thiee story bun', with bath, $560. J. A W. DKNHaM, Klghth avemw, corner of Sixteenth street. Office open until 9 o'clock In the evtbiug. TO LET? TBE UPPER PART OF HOUSE 86 ATTORNEY street, consisting ot second floor acd two rooms on third, to a small genteel American family. Bent $266 per annual. For further particulars apply at 190 Stan'ou street. TO LET? AT HOBOKRN, SKVBRaL BRICK DWEL llng bouses, in the vicinity of the ferries, at rests vary ing lrom $200 to $700. Inquire at the land office, opposite ferry landing. ofW. W. BHIPPEN, Agent. r LET? THB DWELLING HOUSE NO. 644 HOUSTON street, one door from corner of Wooster, with gas, bath and watercloset; rent $800. Can be seen trem 11 to 2 o'clock. Inquire of WM. 0. AMBRMAN, corner store, 163 Wooeter street. .TIO LET-IN BROOKLYN, A THREE 8 TORY FRAMB A dwei'fng bouse, situate in Franklin avenue, three doirs lrom Myrtle avenae; containing eighteen rooms, In first rate order, marble mantels and sliding doors ot solid mihogtny; to to a respectable tenant the rent will be very low. Inquire of (J. ToOLIABUK, 298 Peart street, New York, or of R. P. BUbH, Myrtle avenue, third door from Kent avenue, Brooklyn. TO LET-TO A GABDKNER OR FLORIST, NEAR Weehawken vll'age, within thr<e miles of Hoboken ferry, a small farm, ot from lour to twenty a res, as will suit the tenant. Apply to JOHN WHITE, Jr., 91 Washington street, Hobcken. TO LET ? A STABLE, IN BRIDGE 8TRKET, NE ? it the Battery; rent a year. Also apartments la No. 3 Pearl street: also the first and second floors of 77 Hudson street, rear Duane, with a basement room to each. Posses sion first of May. Apply at No. 10 State street, opposite the Battery. T tO LET-DOWN TOWN, FROM FIRST OP MAT THK lower part of a neat iriek bouse, having gas. Croton wa ter and bath, consisting of two handsome parlors, basement, and one attic room; situated in Walker street, west side of Broadway. Inquire of L. A J. JACOBS, jewellers, 407 Broad way. rro LET-TWO NEW THREE STORY BRICK HOUSR3 X on bixtysixth street, west of Fourth avenue, within one block of the Third Avenue Railrcad. The haute* are well flnli bed, and| contain fine dry batamests and undercellars, and are arranged tor one or two families, wl'l be let low to good tenants. Possession Immediately. Inquire of the owner in the boose adjoining, near Ftflh avenue, or at 44 Mottstree'. TO LET? THE MODKRh xHJILT THREE STORT BRICK bouse, with gas and fixture#, bath, range, hot and cold water, |S0 Macdoncal street near Amity. Rent 1626. For particulars :ppiy to Mr. TAN WaKT, at the grocery on the corner. TO.LET-A FRONT BOOM, OVER THE STORE NO. 77 Meeker street, three doors west of Broadway. Inquire in tbe dwelling part of the bouse. r LET? SECOND STORY AND BASEMHNT OF HOUSE 137 Second street, between First avenue and avenue A., at a moderate rent. TO LBT? PART OP THK BOUSE NO. 84 SIXTH STRKK I two parlors on tbe first door, part of the third storv, Rri I basement and under-celiar. with all the modern improvement^ Rent *V0. May be seen from 11 A.M. to 5 P. M. TO LET? THE TWO STORY AND ATTIC HOUSE NO. 12 Ninth street, between Fifth and Sixth avenues, with g?s fixtures, Ao. It can be seen between the hours of 1 and 4 o'c ockP. M. Will not be let tor a boarding bouse. Apply to ISAAC E. COTHKaL, No. 69 Wall street. ? : mo LET? THE DESIRABLE THREE 8TORY HOUSES J. Ncs. 123 and 125 Hammond street. 9626; also, No. 7 Laltrhi street, sear Canal, 9800: also, Mo*. 381 and 333 Sixth str*?\ near avenne 1>. $480; also, the handsome large store and cel lar No. 93 Sixth avenue, near Jefferson market 9760; also, marble yard No. 97 and 99 Sixth avenne. Apply to R. L. Rl"VD AM, 168 Waverley place, near Sixth axenue. TO LET? IN FIFTH STREET, WILLIA W8BURG, 8E cond and tllrd Uonrs, eight rooms. Also, In same house, firs', floor, par ors, bedroom, basement and oellar. Beit 912 atd 910; very respectable tor two families only. Next house, par ore, folding floors; bedroom, basement and cellar; rent only 910. inquire of K 11. QU1NN, cottage hoii'e, Fifth street, between North Stxth and Seventh streets, or 82 Nassau sireet. New York. TO LET-HOUSK IN FORTIETH STREUT, FIRKT DOOR east of Lexington avenue, with all modern Improvements; rent 9460. Also, tint clacs house 171 East Seventeenth street, near Stuyve ant square; rent 91.000. Apply to Jam Ed Bt'HK, Jr., 113 West Thirty-sixth street, or No. 2 AStor Houss. TO LET? A STORE, WITH A GOOD LIGHT OFFICE attached, situated on South street, near Wall. Also t*o lofts In a building on Fuiion street, suitable for offices, or anv business where a good light la required. Apply at 62 South street. EO LET-IN THE NEW THREE STORY BRICK HOCSK No. 408 Atlantic street, Brooklyn, the dwelling floors entire, eight rooms, closets, Ac. ; rem 917 a month, its neat store and basement floors ( lattei finished); rent 93d per month. Kent of hou-e $400 per annum. It is one of lour alike, with Lr< n balcon'es; location very desirable. TO LET- THE BERTH ON THE NORTHERLY BIDfi OF Robinson street pier, inside the L about 270 l'eet In leng h suitable for eteamboat or barge occupation. Aiip y at tn "ce 233 Washington street, between 12 and 4 o'clock, P. M. . OitET? PART OF WOODEN HOUSE 209 WEST THIRTY ' second street, between Blgbth and ninth avenues, oppo i* the church; location is beautiful; back parlor, frout or k kitchen, with, range or not; three rooms on third floor, uu Beu'., with use sf gas, 9360. Poesessession Imcnedl ? ly or 1st April. Owner' * family occupy remainder ot Liuse. jtO LKT- THE CONVENIENT THREE STORY DWELL 1 Ing houie 213; Church sireet, rent 9600. Also, tbe lar?r ? nuble orick bouse, with garden, on the bill near Greenwood cemetery, we'.i adapted for tiro families or a boarding hoti-te; rent 9260. Apply to Mr. DRLaPLaINE, No. 7 New street. rpo t,KT-A BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY RESIDENCE, WITH X turnlture, In Port Richmond, btaten Island, three minui?-' walk from the terry. Occupation can be given 1st April. The house is a frame building, inth tbe modern lmorovemems. bath rcom. Ac. The grounds contain nearly three asres ami are In a blgb state ot cultivation, a bathing house on the kills, whlcb bound the premises oa the north; a stable and other out houses, In complete order. Apply to J AMES BISHOP A Co., No. 3 Beaver street TO I.ET? THE UPPER PART OF THE HOUSE NO. 229 Spring street, between Macdougtl and Varisk, There la a large yard. Can be seen from <J until 5. fPO LBT? THE LARGE FOUR STORY BRICK DWmLl. JL lng 46 Whitehall fir eel. second block above the ferr >*, and directly opposite tbe Mattery; has been occupied the r six jears as a boarding tnd lodging bouse; an excellent jou? ti in Rent 9800 a year. TO LET? THE UPPER PART OF TH? THREE STORY honce 66 Fifth street, near ihe Secand avenue, consisting of tbe leoond story and r. large room on the third story. R- t 9276. Gas in the houve. Apply alter 1 o'clock P. M. fPO LKT? IN BROOKLYN, TO A GENTLEMAN A"T? 1 wife, pattofa very pleasant and convenient house, in ? genteel and desirable neighborhood, about fifteen minui-> wait from Wall street and Fulton ferrlea. Rent 9200. Ai dreHS T, V. W., Hernld office. TO LET? A PINE TWO STORY COTTAGE, B 4RN, AND three acres of land in garden, fruit trees, 'Ac.. In a good nelghhoibood, at Bed'ord, Brooklyn, within fifteen minutes' ride of Fulton err.v; cars pass the place every five minu ?s. Will be let loiv and ImmediatH possession given. Apply to A bF.KGKsNT, 15 Wail itreeu TO LET-THE LOWER PART OP THK FIN R THRah story brick to'iee, 139 Christopher street, con-ihtln? ot eight rooms, gas and Croton waier In; chandtllers In the p?r torn. Pf?se*sloTi on the first of Aurtl. Apply to R. M WRIGHT, 607 Greenwich street; rent,9>?5. TO LET- THE DWELLING PART OF HOCSK NO. Iti fcouih seventh street, Wlll'anjsburg.couslstlng ot ten room', together with Iront am*, back basement The parlors am t?r?e, snd hive nurble mantels, bells Ac The h?ii"0 Is within 1011 feet of the Peck slip terry. Rent low to a re?pontlble parson Tbe fcnuie will be out In good repair. Apply to ROBkRi DL'MMN. 61 Beekman ptrret. TO I<LT- PAHT tlF A HOUSE IN t'HARLKK RTREET, corner of Washington ptree?; will be let ve-y low to a gr od tentrt. Apply at 12 Oeatre street. rpo LET? A VKRY DXSIRABLE DWELLING, NO. 700 I Broadway, near fourth s'reet haxlniali the modern lx (trovemenls; rent, 9400. Apply a. 12 Centre street, corner of Ciarnhers. rpo LIT? STORK OQR.IER OC WWST BROADW \ Y A N P J F ran fctfn - rcet; !iou?e Vo.4 Varl"* streft; hotue '12 W st Hro-.iivn^ ; store ;t:t Inn inn "tree rear hove 224 South Foti-rti fit'ret. Vlitl Wifrfiiurg- retiS^' f ir .inaum. Apply at'.btoOcs 16 iloit slrtet, V.irk. TB!VAjrrfl? UOIRTHH. rl-KT-A VERY DKSIR A BLE TMRBB STORY DWKLL Ing, with the modern improvements, and in One order. N". 31 King street. Inquire on the pr?rulw?. 46 Beck id ao atreet. TO LBT-TEE HOUSE NO. 30 READS STREET, NBAS Broadway, eut aide TO LET-TUB HIRER STORY BRIOK DWELLING NO. 636 Great wteh atreet, containing fliteen room*. Terms modera'p to a del Lr able tenant. Yard large and pleasant. Apply bt 480 Pearl atreet, near Chatham. rl KT-;N an ELIOIBLE NEIGHBORHOOD, IN THK 'loird ward, west of the Park, part of a house, or the lower Di-rlor* only; desirable for a dentin t or phy.-i;iau. Ad cfrea* Mencus, Herald oliitte. rro let- part op a small house, in wxar thib X teenth atreet, near Bmih avenue. o?>ntv.iniiiK all the modem Improvement!, tront basement, t*o r loins ?u ihe soeond, oae ou the third floora. None but a small finally u<ed apply. Keut t->0. Apply to William ll. UILKK, l&y 81 its avenue, cor ner ef thirteenth atreet rro let? in Brooklyn, prom the pibbt op may, X to a respectable small family, the lower part ot' a neat two story brisk house, consisting of front and back parlor, tront basement and two bedroom*. Good garden. Ac. Situ ated at 302 on South Thiid street. K 0., late Wi Uamsburg, twelve m!nut*s' walk from tour ferric*. Rent 910V per annua. Apply on the premises. FIX) LET IN BROOKLYN- THE LOWER PART OP X a bouae In Claaaon avenue, two doors from Flushing ave nue, 10 minutes' walk from Peek slip ferry: there are two large parlors and kitchen on first door and large bedroojj up stairs, cellar, Ac.; attached is large garden 300 teet deep, with tut of all kinds. B?nt 9176. Apply to J. K, PHELPS, 326 lor.rth street. New York. TO LET IN BROOKLYN.? A TWO STORY, ATTIC AND basement house 90 Oonoord street, having eleven rooms' with under eellar, well furnished with marble mantles, grates, f&a, Ac. Alio a part of a three story brick house and other apartment*. Terms moderate to a good tenant. Apply to A. MuAVOY, on the premises. TO LET ON BERGEN H EIGHTH? ABOUT 2>; MILES from Jersey City, a snug brick house with irame addition, about cne acre of ground, with a variety ol fruit, and good barn; on ibe ground is a well of good water; omnibusei pass the door through the day and evening every few mis utes. Ap ply on the premise*, or to ALEXANDER WILEY, 70 South >treet. q<0 LkT, CHEAP? AT LONG BRANCH. NEW JERSEY, 1 a good two story dwelling house and barn, and sub ting torrour horses, together with 0), acres of land, two acres of which are now growing wheat; on the premise 4 there is an excellent well of water, and a road running by the do >r of the house. The ground is roost excellent tor spring and fall vege tables, and Is within a quarter of a mile of the sea, and quite near aeveral large hotel*, tor a residence it is the most de Itgbilul in the country. Apply to PATRICK Mo OBMICK, 1m First avenue. New York. TO LET, WITH STEAM POWER, A LARGE ROOM, 24 bv 100 leet, well lighted. Possession Immediately. Ap ply to HALL A MaIGNK, 11 Spruce streo. rpO LKT TO A 8MALL FAMILY THS UPPER PART A ot' a new brjwn n tone basement house, in Atlantic street Bear Powers. Brooklyn Two parlors, with toldin< doors and pantries between, two hall bedrooms, front basement, and two rooms in third story. Gas throughiuL Rent low. Address, post paid. M. W. J., box H2 Brooklyn Post oillne, or apply at ' the corner of AUantic and Clinton streets, corner base mint. r|LRT OR FOR SALR-SbVEll <t L J>KW UJba-:-. arranged with bath*, water c!oset? and wash trays with four lots of ground to each, on Klghty ninth street, near Second avei ueiallroafl. Rent very low Apoly to 8. fclCH aRDS>N, 212 Filth avenue, or Ohauncey Barnard, 08 Broad way. rLET OR FOR SALE? A HANDSOME SMALL HOUBR, wlih eight acres of land, in Westchester county, near Wmiamcbridge. a de?irab'e tenant mav have it on reason able terms. Apply to STKRRATT KINGON A CO., 30 Vesey street. rLET OR LEASE- THE LARGE PIVE STORY HO tei or boarding house on the corner of Broome aid Eim ?tree's, near Broadway. The pre mines are in comple'e order, having recently been pa'nted and repaired throughout. Keut reasonable to a good tensnt. Possession Immediately. App y to R. 8. 8UYDAM, 168 Waverley place, near Slxtli aventie. rro LET OR LEASE ? FOB A BANK, INSURANCE, OR A other company, the first floor of No. 15 William street, ad joining the Corn Exchange Bank. Will be Utted up in perfect order. Apply to ROSWELL G. PIERCE, Pine street, corner of Broadway. mo LEASE- FOE ONE OR TEN YEARS, THE HOUSE X and lot 31 Division street, opposite ChryBtie, lot 26>i teet tront and til feet deep; building covering lot. For Intormation apply to Wm. J. Pease, Fulton Iron Works, corner oi Cherry and Corlears streets. JOB. M. PEA8K, 2?2 Front street. G. O. HaLLOCK, 21 Suffolk street. TO RENT? THE FIVE STORY BRICK BUILDING, 30 Gold street, norner of R'der's alley, now occupied by Prazer A Everett's manufactory. The premises are large and well lighted on three sides. Rent low. A le tie will be given if required. Apply at 21 Cliff street, to T. ALLEN or AN BON Q. PHELPri. rO RENT FOR ONE YBAB? A LABOR HOUSB, WITH fnrniture, In West Twentv-second street, near Fifth ave nue; bouse 25 bi 63 feet, tour stories, brown stone; furniture, which (sample for a large tamlly.cost 97,000. If agreea ble, tke Party would board with the family. For particulars, call on T. A 1.1. KM. 93 Wall street. TO FABMEBS AND MABKET GARDENERS.? TO LET, about sixty acres ot land, with a dwelling house, barn and outbuildings situate at the High Bridge, Westcleeter county. Applv, from 1 to 3 o'clock, at the ofilje of PL ATf, UBKARD A BUCKLEY, 27 Wall street. TO BAKERS.? A NEW BUILDING ON ONE OP THE avenues would be leased for a bakery, with lmmedie'e possession The house has excellent dwelling accommoda tions, with a fine store on first floor, and the location is one of the best in the city lor a first class baker. Apply to A. J. BLBBCKiiB A CO.. No. 7 Broad street. Tenth wabd.-to let, the very desirable bouse 37 Ludlow street, 26 by 40, two storlea, basement and attic; rent <600; can be seen from 10 to 2 o'clock; will be pat in order. Boarding house keepers need not apply. ALLANMELVILLE, 17 Wall street, ap stairs. T \l OBKBHOPS TO LET -WELL LIGHTED, FRONT AND v v rear. Apply to WM, COOPBB, coal yard, corner Hud son and Thirteenth streets. COPARTNERSHIP NOTICES. >9 nnn -PARTNER WANTED, IN a PLEAHANT, 9A.\JVJV. substantial nnin tiiiiiinr? Any perona who ear proauoe the required reference, will And this worthy or their attention. For further particular*, address. with real name, (none other aaawerea), Hardware, Herald office. *9 nrvn ?PARTNER WANTED.? AN AttTIVE Milt iP^i.Ul/U. a* equal partner In a respectable, pie vita' business. In this city, wblch has paid from (5,000 to (10,000 per ?nnum for the past four year* With theaadstanee of a auitn ble partner from $16 000 to (30,000 can be made the preaent year. Reference* exchanged. Address, with real name, A A. Arnold. Herald office. &O nnn -partner wanted, to engage is <P^.UUu. an established business, in this city. Toabusi neaa man. with the above amount, an opportunity to realize from ft, BOO to (S.500 per annum ofltra, in a permanent and re liable business. Reference* exchanged. Address E. 1). A Oo., boa 143 Herald office, with name, Ac. fww\ ~A* RNBROETIO youno man, with JJl.UUU. this amount, wishes to invest the same with bis services. In an already established business, either in or out of this city. Reference*, in regard to buslneaa ability and moral integrity, wi'l tie given and required. Address, stating the nature of the business. Bromine, dot US Herald office. <t>KI ?A -A GENTLEMAN FROM THE WK8r WANTS "PtWU . a man with (507 to join him, and Introduce an ar ticle for sale in tni* cltv. wblch will realize (10,000 a year. Please call on W. H. HOPE 284 Spring street, near lIud<on. fliQCn -PARTNER WANTED, IN A. REAL BHTATE ipOuU. office, well established, and having some (10,000, 000 worth ot property for sale. In this cltv and vicinity, with maps, books, diagrams, desks. Ac. To a suit* ale person this would prove a profitable Investment. Apply to F. Mct'RA REN, 22 William street, at 2 P. M, or by letter. ?A GENTLEMAN HAVING THIS AMOUNT V^iuU. can purchase an equal interest lu a cash traveling butinesa. from which (SO to (75 per week can be made, clear profit, without any risk. Apply to ORKKNE .ft CO., S45 Broad way. A PARTNER WANTED.? A PERSON HAVING A thousand dollars would like to enter into partnership In some established 'manufacturing business. Any person so situated, and who would like a partner, may adores* a line 'o J. 0., box 103 Herald office, stating where an interview can be had, which will meet with attention. C^OPAkTSEBSHIP NOTICE.? WK HATE THIS DAT J admitted Messrs. Joshua A. Crane and Geo. Btarbu tit, Jr., of Boston, U. S partners in our house, and the com mlpslon business will be continued under the same style tnn name. , Newark, n. j., Washington factorv.-tre copartnership heretofore existing jeiweeu the subscribers, under the firm o. iiattersley A Dickinson, for tbo purpo'n of manufacturing HittUnia metal ware, is this day dissolved tij mutual mortem. W'LLl AM HATTERSLST, March 20. 1850. CH aRLES DICKINSON. 1 lie business will be carried on by Charles Dickinson and WiL-lam Rellamy, at the above p!?ce, under the nane and title of DICKINSON A BELLAMY. Partner wantfd.-havixg a capital of fivk thousand irllars, 1 would like to enter into partnership In a well established b jsiuess. The best of reference c*n br given. I'lease addreis, with real name. Ac , box 3,991 Pos office. TO CAPITALISTS.? A GENTLEMAN, WITH (20,000, may make an advantageous connection at active or special partner, with a firm already engaged In a profitable and respect able leading huslnes-, with prospects of the most flattering character. Address, confidentially, 1'hcrnlx, Herald office. WANTED? AN ACTIVE BUSINESS MAN, WITH ?ri 00(1 as partner In a long established envelope niwut'aetorv Any person wlshlrg a profitable Investment would tlndtlii worthy of attenti n. For particulars inquire at 146 Fulton St. A LAROK ASSORfUKNT Of BILLIARD TABLES, OV A thr. heft quality, and at low prices, will lie found at our trsnufactoiy , th* lareest and most cornnle e in tJe c'ty. Ffof second hard tables to be (-old at n bargain: they are In go>i order. O'CONNOR A COLLBNDfclt. 53 Ann street BILL! A MI) BALLS? A FINE AS-lORMENT OF Bit, Hard balls and French cue tips for sale, at the lowe? cash prices, by WM. M. WhLLINti, 430 Broome street, c irrie of > Tosby. BILI.IARliS? WE OFFKR FOR SALE AN RXTEfMIV stork of -jab'ea, with our near invented cushions, aultabl for private ant! p.iblle rise, hlx splendid second hand tables to n'e, cheap. Orders bv mall attended to. GBlfFl I'll A DECKER, No. 90 Ann stre-t. B ILMARDS.-tWO BILLIARD TABLES, GOOD new, for ?a'o low. Apply at 221 Greenwich street. ?pATKNTBD FBBRUART 19,lK5ti.? MIOHAKL PHBLAN'n X model bliliard tab es and .tomb'.naiion cushions, lieyono '.omparlron !be te?' ever cons r tided For sale only at 3, Chan-hers street, up stairs. Beware of Imitations. It'lKKK AND MClliOKS. jTm^KTCAN BRANDT? IN ORIGINAL PACKAGES Ol .. ' , ind J j pipes; gin, New England rum, Monongaheli. and rectified whHiev, pure spirits. hl?t) and low proof. In bbis at,. hhds. The abovo goods are of the best quality, ?nd will bf ?old at lowest irarket i>rtoe. We Irvue citv and country buy eers to ciamtne iie?* pKsts. O. WARD A CO.. 110 Murrav ?tr?et . agents lor the distiller*. ( in AMP A 'SNf.' ?BOO BASKET1! L?>W PBI !EO tfl iH 'j oe, snitaale :or the Wis -trn market; ylso. 40ili's<? j '-ve oil, for *ii'e on \srv favua^le ;erms, Uy -Ml ill, W < f A B.v-TQRr. <0 ?e 'crs ret'.. IrtOB LIVERPOOL? UNITED STATES MAIL. HrKAVl. ship ERICSSON, Capt Lowber. Thla steamship will de pan with Ihe fnlted Stater mall tor fturope, positively on Sat urday, ?*r?h Mt, at 11 o'clock M , from Mr berth at the to it of Canal street Wsship has improved waterttr ht bulkheads ? and all the o'bcr ships of this Use will have ?tmii?r jelore ? ailing beacon another voyage. for freight or pa wage, taring unequalled accommodations for elegance and comfort, apply to BOWaKu K. COLUN8 M Wall street. PafHcngen are requested to be on board at 11 A. M. Slippers will pleate take uoUoe that uie ibipa of thla line cannot carry any goeds contraband ot war. a U lettera ma >t pats through the Poet office; any others will be returned. ihe steamthip Atlantis will succeed the KrlcMon, and leave ?pill 12th. I he steamers of this Hne, to avoid the danger from the lee, will Lot cross the Banks north ot 13 degrees until the 1st of Anguitnext. ftiBE NEW YOBK AlfD LIVWOOl UNITED STATES X mall steamers.? The ships composing thla line are the fo> 10 ATLANTIC, Cant. West rAOIFIC, Capt. EMrtdge. Baltic, capt. <>?? tock. adki atic, capt. . These ships have been built by contrae- expressly lor gov ernment aervtoe. Every eare has bnentakeala ttalr construe tlon, as alio In their engtrea, to secure streugth and sp?wd and their accommodatloas for passengers are unequa Ie1 for ele gance ana eomtorL Price of paaaage frurn New fork to Llver poo , In first elaaa cabin, (180; lnsecoui do., 975; ntc'atlv* use of extra size staterooms 9326; from Liverpool to New York, 30 and 20 guineas. An < xpertenced lurgeou attaehed to each ship. No berth secured until paid for.

PROPOSED DATES OP SAILING. ruoM kw roue. ruotf livkkpool Saturday, Peb. 18 1886 Wedneaday, Feb. A) 1850 Saturoay, Mar. 1 ltetf Wednesday, Mar. ft IMSti Saturday, Mar. 18 IMG Wedneaday, Mar. ltf IBM Saturday, Bar. 29 l&-? Wednesday, Ao'l 2 1886 Saturday, Ap'l 12 1886 Wednesday, Ap'l 16 188(1 Sa> ur day, Ap'l ?> 186(1 Wednesday, Ap'l 30 1896 Saturday, May 10 Ito6 Wedneaday, M?y 14 1836 Saturday, May 24 1866 Wedneidav, May 28 LSM _ .... Wednealay, June 11 Ia66 For freight or passage applv to KbW'D K. COLLlNo, 66 Wall street. N. T. BROWN, SBIPLKY k CO., Liverpoji. BTHPBEH KKNNaKD * CO.. 27 Austin Friars, London. B. O. W AINWRIOHT A CO., Paris. Ihe owners ot toeae Hhtps wl'l not be accountable for go'd, silver, bullion, specie, jewelry, precious stolen or meu's, uu less bills or lading are signed therefor, and the value tber?oi therein expressed. Shippers please take notice that the ships of this line cvinot carry any goods contraband of war. All/ lettera must pass through the Post offlse; any other will be returned. N ones.? The day ot departure of this line from Mew Ysrk for 1886 will be Saturday, commencing lau 6, aud every alter nate Saturday; and from Liverpool Wednesday, c j jimeni'uiK Jan. 23. and every alternate Wednesday. Royal mail steamship pkrsia ? consign kb? are Informed that tbe Persia will -wmtneaie tftntwgtag on Monday morning. 24th lnct All goods t r wh'ci perm ts are not received, will be sent to the bonded warehouse, Jersey City, and be subject to storage. E. CUNARD, No. 4 Bowling Greet. |T?OK LlVfcRPOOL,? SAILS ON TUESDAY, NABOB P 28. at 11 o'clock, the oelebrated clpper.siii AuBhllT GALLaTIN. Fare, second cabtn, 918; steei aw titj, ?ud found in provisions. For passage apply on ->oard, pier J) ?;is river, or to THUS. H. KOCUK. 81 south street. NOTICE.- FIRST PACKET FOR LIVKEPOOL-? THE fast sailing packet ship WM TAPSCOtl', Captain Bell, will positives sail tbis day. at 12 o>cl)ck precisely. Ear yap plication to secure berthsjshould be uud? ou bo-.ird, pier 34 c as! riv?r. or to TAPSOOTTA <i , 8Cdoti''i t ?.-? tjioii '?OUTaAMl'lON AND HAVB^-TriE UN IT ED Jp btatee mall steairer FULTUN, J. A. Wottou, Oo<nmanaer, will leave for bavre, touching at Southampton to 'iw.d the malls and passengers, on Saturday, April 5 at 12 o'clock, f -or" pwr Mo. 37 North river, foot of Reach st. Prloe ot p,tSBik;?: ? rlrnt cabin f ? '-ut Second cabin. 78 Baggage not wanted during the voyage should be a?nt or. board the day betore sailing, marked " rielow." No fr<<u;hi will be taken after Ihursday. 3d. For freight or pas? ?tre ap plvto MORl'IMEB LlYlAOSrOff, Agent 6J U road way. N. B.? Ihe Arago will succeed the Fultoo, aud sail May 3. STEAM BETWEEN MEW YOBK AND OLASO .W. B'DINBCBGH, 2,600 tons, Caot. Wm Oatr.ming. MHWYCBK, 21S8 " CapL Robt irnlg. GLASGOW, 1 962 " Capt. John Dancan The Glasgow and New York Steamship Company uitaiid ?ailing their new aid power! ul steamer ablN'Bll rtlJll, from New York lor Ulasgow direct, on Saturday. 22d Msrcn at 12 o'clock noon. Bates ol Ipassage? thirst mass, $73: third cl>ss, found with cooked provisions, 930. An experienced mirgeor* attached to each steamer. For 'reight or passage apply to JlHN McSk'MON, 17 Broai a ay. New York city bills or gold only received for paraage. C1LA8GOW LINE OF STEAMBRH, TO SAIL 22D X March.? Ihe splendid new steamship Edlniurij, Captain tiummlngs, will positively sail rh above. Thli tavor.te oscket has all ibe modern improvements, and carries an experlen surgeon. First class cabin passaye, 975; steerage oassage, in cluding cooked provltlrna. 9KI. For passage and to secure berth, apply to 0. A. TEN EYCK. 67 South street. FBOM NEW YOBK TO HAVRE DIBKC P. British and North American Royal Mall Steam Paoket Company. ETN a77. . . ..Capt. MUler. KMHU Capt. Small. JURA Capt. WlCkman. LEBANON Capt. Cook. CAMBBIA (paddle wheel) Capt. Brownlesa. Their cabin accommodations and state rooms for first class passengers are equal to thoee ot any steamship afloat. Passage money (first cabin) 9100, provisions and steward's fee included. Wines and liquors extra, to be procured on board. Far freight, passage or any other Information, apply to E. duMARD. No. 4 Bowling Omen. FOB HAVRE DIRECT.? FRANCO AMERICAM COM pany.? The French screw steamship BaBCELUNE, 2,000 tots burthen, fcd. Morln. commander, will leave for the above port on Saturday . March 22, at 2 o'clock precisely, from pier 44 North river. Price of passage, first cabin, 9100: steerage (ship finding provisions), 936. BagKsge not wanted during the passage must be sent on board the day before sailing, marked f below." Ao freight will be taken after Friday, the 2lst Inst. Letters, prepaid, <20 cents per ha f ounce) will Be received at the ofllce until noon on the day o f sailing. We beg to call the attention of shippers to the diilerenoe of duties in France on foreign produce per French vessels. The four h'teamers com posing this line are all built of Iron, with water tight com part men ta. For height orpaasage apply to the agents. KM. ? ED. POIhIEk Jk CO., 17i*liluim street. rOK NEW YOBK TO B8IKIN VIA SOUTHAMPTON ud Bim-TlM United State* mad steamship HER* HifK, K. biggins, commander, will iall far Bremen, touch ing at Southampton to land the malls and passengers for Eng land and France, on Saturday, March 22, at 12 o'elook I L, from pier Ma 37, Kortb river. rnicB or rjuwAOB fbom tobk to Southampton or BBJCXXJf, In first eablo, main ealoon V13U In first cabin, lower saloon 110 In sceond cabin 60 An experienced surgeon Is attached to eaeh steamer. Specie de'lvered in Havre or London. No ptroels received on the day of sailing. All letters mtut pass through the Pott office. > or passage or freight apply to 0. H. 8 aN o, agent, 11 South William street The steamer Washington wlil sueeeed th? Hermann, and sail April 19. LIVBBPOOL AND PHILA1>KU?HIa STEAMSHIP COM pany, No. 17 Walnat street, Philadelphia, Jfarch 4, 183*5 ? Notice to paaaqngerc and Importers.? The steamealp uITY Of BALTIMOili, 2,464 tons, 000 horse power. Captain Ko bert Leitoh, Is Intended to resume She sailings from Liverpool for Philadelphia daring the month of April, or so soon as she flan be got from the French government, wlih whom her pe riod of servlre Is now expiring. As soon as the precise date of ?"'"g can be fixed, it will appear In the advertisement*. JOHN O. UAL A, Agent. i >HR LIVERPOOL AND PHILADKLPHlA BTEAMriHIP 1. 'oftpHny Intend sailing their lavorite steamships? CITY OF BALTIMORE. 2,afl7 ton ?, Oapu Robert Leitch. uity of Washington, 2,?ho tons, *;apt. wm. wyiie. CITY OF MANCHESTER, 3,109 tons. Cant P. 0. Petrie. Saloon 190, $6i and $66, according to state rooms. A limited number of third class passengers will be taken from Philadelphia and Liverpool, and found In provisions. From Philadelphia foo | From Liverpool ?40 Parties wishing to bring out their friends can obtatn certifl cates of passage and drafts en Liverpool in sums ot 11 ??rhng andupwaids. Apply to IJOHN G. DALE, Agent, 17 walnut street, PmUuielphia. WEST INDIES AND VENEZUELA STKAMSHIP LINE, for Lagnayraaod Puerto Cabelio, stooping at BL Tbo mas and Pcrto ttka, carrying the United Slate* mail.? The splendid new steamer TEN* Mill, 1,100 tens burthen, 0. M. Webber, Commander, will leave for the above puru on Saturday, March U. at 1 o'clock precisely, from pier - rfast river. This steamer ?ill arrive in time at St. Thomas tor pas vengera to take the British mall steamers to Guadeloupe, Granada, Trinidad, Martinique Barbadoea, St. Harts, St. Croix, St. Mirun, Deuararv Antigna, St. Kltts, St. Martha, V spin -wall, San Juan, Nicaragua, sod all the Wast India nuc* or rm*a* n0* . B a, Thomas or Porto Bloc. ? pSSSc^110- ? : : ; : : : :: * ^ bT JOVE * CO.. 47 south st FOR NEW GRANADA AND BAN JtlAN DENI0AR.V gua.? 1 be New (IranaJa Canal and Stetmer Navigation Ompant will despatch the splendid steamer OSPRKtf, I.leti',. 'iborpion, -ommander, fir oe above port, and land pansen rirs and freight at Puent* Arenas. Dav of sailing April 8, at P. M , foot of Chambers street. For freight or parage ap plvtoL. P. DUMToN, 31 Broadway, or C. S. Pa'.unr, 40 South ftreet. SUTTON A CO.'?t DISPATCH LINK rOR SAN PR AN cUoo? Sailing regularly and (loaltfvsly on or before the da; advertised. Clipper of Thursday, 27th March Instant. Tbe celebrated A 1 first class clipper ship EAGLK WING, Is re eelvicg her cargo at pier if hast river, and will positively sail as above. The calling qualities of this fatuous elipDerare u surpassed, having made the paasage from London to Hong Kong In 84 days, and from Shangbae to New York In 85 days, being tbe two shortest passages on reoord between those parts, and to San Frandcco from Boston In 106 days, discharging her several cargoes hi perfeet order. The small eapacity of foM superior olipper, the Ate condition ol delivering her cargo, ex traordhiary speed, and early day tor sailing, present un?i nai led Inducements. SUTTON A CO., 68 South street, eorner Wafl. If. B.? The ships of thla une take no freight after the day s i vertlsed, preventing all delar to shippers desirous of landing their cargo in Han Pranelsoo at tbe earliest oosailile dav. SUTTON ft CO.'S DISPATCH LINE, FOR SAN FRAN cisco.- Sailing regularly and positively on or before th* day advertlced. Clipper of Haturdav, 5th April. Thesnlecdli A 1 new olipper ship, MARY L. SUTToN, Rowland Matter, is receiving her oaigo at pier 10 Past river, and will positively sail w above. This superior clipper ship, built for the Califor nia trade, with every requisite or speed, buoyancy, and thn. rcugh ventilation presents unequalled Inducement* tor per*. 1 he ships of this line tike no freight alter their adre lived day, preventing all delay to shlppe-s desirous of lanling their cur co In San Francisco at the earliest possible day. SUTTON A Co, 58 flou'h street. AUSTRALIA.-PIONEER LIKE OF MONTHLY PAC I ets, carrying the United states mail. The new and splc 1 did A 1 clipper ship hPoKTSMAN, now l<xwilng for M | bourne, at pier No. TKaat river, will alro receive freight for Sydney, New Sonth Wa'es. As half her oa^gn Is already cn gaged, she will poclilvely be dispatched early la Anril. Hrr sccommodatioos for passenpnrs are unsurpassed For freight or passage apply on board, or t* R. W. CAMERON, No. t! Rowling Green. Australia.? independent lire-first ship The splendid A 1 Clipper chip NRSTOR1 AN, l,an) ion* burthen, having over three fourths of her eargo on bo?rd, win be despatrhsd positively for Melbourne on the 26th ot M*rcli Can accommodate a few more passengers In lirst andseeinj eahiis, if applied fnr earl v. Her arronimodations cannit he ?urpassed. For balance of trelghl or pawane, at low rn es, an ply on board, at pier 12 Vast river, or to GOODKiVfi, Alt KkLL k ELLIOT, 8H Pearl street. AUSTRA1.1 A. INDFl'F.MDENT [,I*K-ONLY T>HiL forPvdnsy direct.? The A 1 e.lpper bark J. QODFAKt, vil(itoiis fiur'hen, will have immsdis'" despaicti asalnve. Fo' fitight or? ijwa?e apply on .toaid. ^t nler 15, J^elftfw, orto OOoJiKVk, aBKMiL .4 KI/LIOT, Pear; ?tre?t. IfK^R HAVANA ANH MOBII ? THK ITVITEri IT AT MS 1 mull fteamer QUAKER CiTT, K W. KhiVid'. c.o Harder, ? il. le ive for the ab"\e ports "n T'n>'d??, v r'l t 'or ir*i(tht or p? ?ane, ?pp!y fc? SMITH .* PAl'tit ? , Agent*, t.l Wull d.reet. FBI/O'S '*ABDKN.-DOORtt OFIJI AT i%-, TICK ITS SO cent*. SiruBDir Rrawiwo, Makub 22, IBM. THiC WONDKRFDL RAVKL "A MILS M'LLK KOHrRl. TUB ri ALLKT 7ROCPE. To ?ODimonce wi(h Jerome'* romljaltty euutled I hK BUHI'OLMaSTKR. Characters by The Wonderful Ravel K .mily ? , Bowed y y ihe l ailet of i EKPdIC UOBt, b> MMe Robert hnd th * Baliet Troupe. To conclude with the \ ery comic pantomime ot H. J>KCHALUMc3A0 Robert Francois Tt tr:l *1 / Al. LAKE'S THEATRE, BBOADWj Y, SKXIi BROOM R T? i'rwet? IX>ora of>-.2 at o'clock; to oonue'te* %?T>< Thin iv uinf, March 21? THE RIVALS. Sir An'lony Absolute Mr. H. Pla-lde Captain aI> olute Mr. Lester Sir Lumis U' I rigger Mr. u,-,,. -h'l- i Faklsud Mr. Dyot? I Davt<l Mr. iioil-oid Acta* Mr. Waloo' | Fac Mr. Ii?ver* Mrs. MUaprop Vorut i TKk BOARDlN'i SCHOOL. James Mr. O. HolLane LAUKA K.KKRE'6 VARIETUR. Vuabu c uk Tihe? Doors tdcd xr e.*i: performaaae U commence a'- 7}? precise /. This evr.nlag, iU.-ob xi OAM?LLK. A rmar.d Duvtl Mr. O. Joruat M Duva1 Mr. Bass I Mcliet'e. .Mh? \nnie Lee Uaaton Sir. Johnston I JS'amue MU.h rtetgoold* Canaille Oautler Mieh Laura kenca NOvkLTY. A novel, rbytfcmlcsl. matkial, polltfcial, aeenio, ilramatte, ar (?tic. sent oc-nloo. re Hoi. a' sr.d nat'onal exra-aeanxa. Iw ONI ACT AXV TkW TABLEAUX. Direc'reae M'.ts L. Kaene I Novelty Mi. a H. Durfcoa Fashion iAikj Le'dez-tier 1 MW ReluuoUs BUCKLEY'S SFRKRADBBS. lf.9 BROADW* f. LaST WKRK Ol THIS BKaBO.V. This Hall wilt be iut, as th? Ruck'eyH lutein! travelling during the bnl.uing ot their uew llall, oppoalie the MetruDO litan Hotel. THE COURT OV IOB, BURG, Thia oonfcal ple?e will be pl>tyed Ave ulglits of the preaeu week. There will be no perfbr._vauce on Saturday evening. March 22. Together with KTHIOPIAN MINfiTRKTBY. Concert commence* ??. 7J? o'clock. Tickets, 25 cents. WALLACE'S TUKATRE.-EXTRA. TO-NIGHT, MAI URDAY, March 22, Nat Ciue, .She Man's comody o? TUK R1VA1.H, with TKR POAR1-INO Bcaoor,. Both pie~f e? it v.'ith 'he eotirn ?f renj'a ot' I'll c-imoiny MR. WaLLAOK will make hi^ tint appear arm in ^evinteen montht oi> MoirnAr I'vr.irr .-a nkxt, March 21, Id Shakspere's celet>rn(p.i i jrocdv nl" Ml OH AltO >HOLTT tOTHIKO, Wl'b cetv eoeuery, dree*?* and appointment*. Henet'ick .\lr. A'allack I>r n Pedro Mr. f'wton Leonaio Mr. uogberrf (litst lime) Mr d;-<<iighiini Oiaiidt-i Me. fite wart A/ . Mr II. A. I'Mlllps \ erge> Mr. O. Hollnud Don John Mr. On W.Vden XorJichin \fr ytoiliart ' "nrait Mr I^.vere Tb? Knar Mr Bernard Seaeoal... Vr. PeUrs llalUiu/er Mr. Jelf.-leu OMcekr Mr. Oliver Scx'.tn ...*'r Biirko Beuir ceiflrat tune) Mr? il'>ey HttCy Mi?i; ktnymond Cr?u,M Mrs Htepnens ki^rgtret vtltw Th'iiuv??o?i Th? beuuUful Incidental K'.ee, by Me .jh. iiwrtson, liei, Oliver, HfO %td Mrs. Oonover. rt nh ;ht !*ree of A C KP1TAT. MATCH, In vbteh Mr. O. Hol)Kn<^ will appear. In preparation, ^iih tin- eie.A'natrare, Bhaktpere'* tine pUj? of IHEMfchOHANr UF VHNiOK and AS YttO LIKrt IT. with new scenery and costumes, and unapproachable c&it*. DOSSBLDORy QALLBRT? 497 BF.OAftWiAY. 00*. tfclin nue hundred ai\>l fifty nrtamal palniltitci acd t* superior iu any o lier ga'le. v tu Una cnuutry. New p^intlncs have rfcertl) oetn added. Open day turd aveniug. tsluglead ~)t> Cfnla; teaeun di ke's Hi cenU. TFRANKL!N DA&SKOKD RKSPECTFDLLY iN ? nour ces a serips of lour olWlforte yoiroes. tba tlr?t. of wh!c*i will t: ke piace on Friday, Aorii 4, n Dodworth'*. 8ub;crltitions- i.wlv arid ptn: ecian at Mall Si doa'? and ^hnberth .t t o 'n. N. B.- hit) Fanny Dean ha.* waived her cla:m to the rouiui TBEhPlAN DRAMATIC ASSOCIATION. ? MOKDAY t vetiing, .tfa-ch 24. I ma society will give a iree pert'onn aoce or Kie'ar Monday, a. tiie Brooklyn Miueum. Older# ad mrtlDg genilemi and ladies ca:t b?- bad at J ihr. Perry's, 38i Proadvi-av. Noiine.? Orders du:ed Tuetday, astb. must be presented Monday, 24th. Second rebeiiRal this evening. Franklin musbum, 5:1 bowbry? rrmkm^br, this haturday afternoon and evening is for the benefl* of Miss Jtlia Mortimer, on which ocoauiou sUty young ladiet will ar pear In the Model /trtistes witbagteat variety of other en tertalnments. Rcmemoer to day, at 3 in the afternoon, or 7 in tfce evi ntng. Franklin musrum, kj bowk.ry.? two perform anees are given every dav, commencing at 3 in the after voott, and at 7} J at night. N. B.? strangers and others will observe that this is the only place of amupement where the original troupe of Model Artistes are exhibited. Remember 3 in the afternoon, ana 7% In the evening. WANTED-FOR A PERIOD OF THRKE MONTHS FROM July next, a band, composed of six or eight first rate per formers, tor one of the springs In Virginia. Applications may be at No. 14 Broadway, frout offioe, up atairs, between Sand 10 o'clock in the mornbeg. MUSICAL. an 9 -to viOLXNiers.-poB sale, a superior VlZi . old French vioiln. used fur manv vear* In an orchea tra In tblaoitj. "eaaoa for disposing of it, the present owner deapalra of learning to play toe Instrument. Inquire of 8. corner of Third avenue and Twelfth street, Iookluggla*i stare. K EXCELLENT SEVEN OCTAVE ROSEWOOD pianoforte lor $115; ore for $100: one 6K octave, new. far 136; and thirty good second band pianofortes and metodeong, rote wood and mahogany, from $20 10 $100; also, a small organ, suitable tor a church, price $100. Pianos tuned, taken in ex change or bought tor cash, at 102 Twentv-sixth street. near Sixth avenue. B. GONZALEZ. Allan ibvino, professor of sinsing.-this artist's method of producing tone and (trengthening the voice became so celebrated In Italy that hi bad the honor of Delrg elected profei tor of the Musical Acvdemy in Rome. M-. Irving continues to give Instruction* at hla pupils' or hla ova residence, No. 0 I'nlverslty place. Bargains.- just received, another lot op those 6% octave p'an' *, round corners and iron tra-nes, for {ISO: second hind do. for $90. $ 1 60 and $175. Mel xleons lor $li6, $K6 and f60. Pianos a >d melodeona to let. at lo w rate*, by 8. T. GORDON. 2W Broadway, agent tor Hallet, Davis & < o 's pianoe and Mason A Hamlin's melodeona and harmo niums. BXTRaORDIFaRY SACRIFICE.? A SPLENDID NEW seven octave rosewood piano, made (and a written war rantee given) by one of the best, city makers. Has metallic fraire and oeaivlful y finished case, with very po werfol tone Will he so d a great sacrifice from coat price, if taken lmm*. dlately, as the owner is compelled to sell. Apply at 27 Ulark street. M'lLE ELIZa. VALKNTIM'8 TWU LASf COMPOSI lions?" The Bonquet de Ball" and * Thy Voice," wonts wTltlen In her honor by Mme. Eliza Iluriey, will soon be pub ltMied. The private concerts of the pupils are given la a Bril liant style. she teaches at 522 Broadway, from 11 UU 3 o'clock, singing piano, thorough bass, and declamation, OX EaSIKK SUNDAY, 23T> INST., THK CHOIR OF Ihe CttDRCH or the Nativitt, second avenue, will be as sisted by the eminent baritone nlpger, Mi< Cesar is Madiali. a Grand hk; ii mass and TESPBSg will sr celebrated. Morning services will commence at 10)f o'clock. Jtrening " " 7 " PIANOFORTE A?D StNGlNU.-A LADY PUPIL OK the most celebrated vocal and Instrumental performer*" ibat have visited the Urlted States, and possessing great natr ral abilities for instructing others, will give leasons to ladles In English and Italian singing, and the pianoforte, at her real deice, 210 West Ihirty- fifth street, between Klgbth and Nimh avenues, or will attend at residence*. Terms according to the time. ' PIANO FOR SALE. ? A SPLENDID NEW BOSRWOOD piano, 7 H octaves, by one of the best makers in the e!tv, tor sale low. as the owner has no use lor IL Apuly at JoHN THl)E81>AlL'ri, southwest corner of South Tenth and Third f treels, Williamsburg, or to T. F, Jones, 52 Ana street, New York. _ PIANOS, MEI-ODEONS AND MUSIC.? HORAOK WA TERS, agent for the best Boston and New York pianos. Is now selling at No. 83.1 Broadway an eattrelv new stock of tnperior pianos, aietodeona, aad all kinds ol masical mercbao dise, at greatly reduced prices. No better opportunity to se onre gr.'at bargain* was ever offered. Second hand pianos from to $140. Pianos to let. Great taulucements offered ?he trad*. SEVERAL NEW PIANOS FOR SALE? AT i,ES9 THAN iranutacttuer's prices, to clo*e s concern. Ha'ner Bro . matrrs. New York. J. DAVISON, llanover building, earner William and Pearl afreet*. OR MELBOURNE, AUSTRAMA, TAKING PREIOBM _ far Sydney and Oee'nng? Packet of the 15th of April - The splendid new New TorS built ship PANAMA, R. Cave, master well known In the trade, is now in her berth, at pier 19, East river, and will be despatched a* above wtihou; fall. The Parama is kaown as one or the fastest of the clipper Meet, and from her well known sailing qualities la expected to make the passage out In HO days. For freight or passage, having elegant accommodations, apply onboard, foot of Maiden lane, or to MAILLER.XORD A QUkRRAU, 108 Wall atr*. ] ROGERS. WARFIRLD. LORD A CO., agents at Melbourne . Fob mbw oranada, via Kingston, jamaic ft The steamship OHPRKY will sail on the nth of ApriL ' | nasasgs apply to WM. K. ROtJ/O A CO., No. 23 William strr | For freight apply to MOSQURRa A 00., No. Broad n ay, FOR NEW ORLEANS L. LI NR.? THR NEW A. 1 CLIP per ahlp KITTY SIMPSON, Capt. Samuel L. Brag don, is now ready and receiving freight, at the bsrih, pier R last river, Having but a few days In which to load, and betng in every respect a moat superior veeael, shippers arc raq'tedied to make their engagements Immediately. Anplv to L.AVK, WEST A CO., 77 Routfe street, or MtMPSON BROTHRR4, 19 Beaver street . , FOR SAVANNAH AND FLORI DA.? UNITED STATE* Mail Lite - The new and elegant steamer aUGUSTA, Captain Thomas Lvon, will leave on Saturday. March 22 from pier No, 4 tkorth river, at 3 o'clock P. M. Bills or lading s'gned onboard. For freight or pasenge apply to 8. L. MIT0B1LL No. in Broadway. For Florida, through tickets from New 1 ork to Jacksonville, $31 ; to rttatka, $33. Larire and commo dious "learners leave Savannah for Florida three times a week connecting with the steamer* Irom New \otk on Tuesday* and Satnrda; s. FOR CHARLESTON AND FLORID A- SEMI WBRKfiY U. 8 mall line. The new.heauUful and fast going steam- I rtlp JAMM aJioRR. S. C. Turner, commander, will laave | |d<r No. 4 North river, on Saturday, March 22, at S o'clock i r, M. prfc'selv. For freight apply on board, where all bids , of ltdiBg will lieiigned; snd for passage at the office of rtPiiF K'lll). f ILkSTON A 00., i>> Broadway. Oaltn ' K8. The Southerner will succeed, and leave on Wednesda >, I Vnieh 26. The favorite steamer Oar, illna makes regular trios | to lie various landings on 'he St. Johns river, Florida, co-i oectirg with the steamers from New York, and leaViug i Charleston every Tuesday at 2 o'clock P.M. Through ticket* <o .l?r>?rmvllle, f-'ll '? t'll?!ka, $JH. li'OR NORFOLK AND BlfHMOND.? THE UMfBB i r State* Mall steamship ROaNOKE, OxiiAln TnonasJlUo oer, will leave tor the above places on satirday afternoon, . Marrh at 4 o'cloc*. from pier IS Vonh rtver. She w 1 ar livf hi Norton on Sundav aflernooo. and at Rlcbmo-ni ,n Vcrdav morulng. Pawengers for die Soufi wl?l pro l *ri;li< .It delay, hy the tl-eat Msl uine, to ?'h*r estno. Aiijt s I 'a ?srM rah, ,?e. T -avpiicr.) wishing to take 'h'l agrcciit'e [ ?? d ?? i f illitciiH ro'lte need t ot appi?h?"d - nv de v n m..' , i il e i ? dettltatlon P"?sage an l !kr?", wtli rtst>? *oom t> ! Si .it 'J f' : in Hiehmord or Pete'S'jurg, $11); ??. (u,f f' r Arply A PLEAS 4 NTS, 3J Broadway. ! BiOADWAY THKaiKK. K A. MARSH ALL, SOLE Le^tee; W H Blake, ri'ags Manager. Doira open at <ia o'clock; P'Horuisnceto commence at i '< precisely. I hi* evening, March 12 wi lb*pmcti?dth? great ipectacle of TIMOliR. 1H<, I aKTAR. Tfrnour Mr ?l her I ZoriMa Mm?. PonM Oflow *r. WWttrg ) Kmimi M'ss Dil'kworlh THK ?'AT Ha? 1 OF I UK UaNGEH Mukarra, Grand ttramtu of the Jahrejati tribe Mr. O. Fisher Aefrbar. Kmperor of Delhi Mr. Haroowl Jam panel), K?j?h of Guierat Mr. iJaooll Iran % ycung Hindoo warrior Mr. Of??veBO? Mcr'aut Mr Fenno | Jack Hobineon.Mr. ;hai>m*u ZaiiiIh* child of the Rsjitb Mm*. ponls Bl'RTQN'ri. CH A M bKHS STREET. HaTpmd ?y? a capi'sl nigh: lor fun. TUHkK > X''hI.I.LM PUCK H-aLL FAVORITES. 1 fct. i -w ccmedj o? taking ihf chances, I r ?h'rb >?r. .7. H. M'Viciter Mr. H. ?? Ferry, Mr*. C. How. a'rt Mr a. A. Parker, Ac. An , will perform. r I AT Si^ENSED ISAHY -A SCREAMER. T>" mn?t >*"ghab e far ce, wl'h Mr. hod Mr*. Barton. A nd >he tirkt act of V RTl'MO AND BIS SKVEN GIFTED SERVANTS. For?,irlo Mr*. 0. Howartl Broadway variktikh. mo. ?7i broadway. - (1 ??'? Mechanics' ball, hftw???) Grand and Broome tm H. Wr?.d Leasee and Husinesa Manager. StetHtoMW. ADMISHOM, TWENTY-FIVE 01% R. 0. M t rw- . Du'lnn tun weak? HIE * OOl> AND MARSH JUVENILE COMEDIANS, in their qrwd nautical drama of HLaCK KYKD SUSAN. WliHam Alio, ?RRF EOTION. 9a?i. Master O. Doors opsn at sonmences at7>? o'clock; and at 10 o'clock. CI KO CHRISTY A WOOD'S MINSTRELS, NEW HALL, I Hi Broadway, oelow Grand street. OPEN EVKRY EVENING. liu nines* transacted by Henry Wood Kn.i t, Manager (lea Cbriatjr "or this wp??, Ethiopian Minstrelsy, concluding with the HAPPY MaN. Julius Qiiackenbush Geo. Christy Doors open a' 6; and the curtain rise* at TM o'clock. Notice ?The curtain wUl rite at 75n precisely. Admission 25 cents 4 l AIIKMY OF MUblC.? FIRST MIGHT OF THE AMU ?\ Rli.'AN UPK&A, founded on Cooper's novel, THE SPY -ompced und produced under ihe direction of KlOtvOK L1UGI ARU1TI. WORDS DT SIGNOR Kit, PPo MANETTA. On MONDAY, March 24. firxt time of Ardlu's new opera, *n three acts, LA H PI A . Maria, mother cf the Spy Mme. De La Grange Krari e ra, belrclhed ' o Coi D'luwoocie. . . ,M1hh Mice Hensiar Hsrv' y Blr?h, the Spy Nlgno*- Hrlgnoif Carlo i- unwi.milo, Col of tie Viigtaia Lady Wath 'nut Ti Dragoons Slgnor Morre'l Wharton. falliei ol Fr ai.ceac Slgnor uaipiruii Lawlon. Captain ot Dragoons Hilgn^r yilnio Dr sii'-eviH Signor Mailer Betta, V ivsndierw Mme. Morra Chorus ol d} aiioonv uuards skinners, Ac. 8c> noi v n v Signor Alleffri Ac i I ? Scene 1 Betiv Flatihgan'i tavern. Scene i - A ter race e\^rlt'Oklng Ihe valley at Mr. Wharton's. Scene t?? In terior of Harvej 'd cofage Act 11.- scene 1 ? Interior of Colonel's tent. F"oene 4? Wood') lienr Four CotneiB. i-ceoe S ? Purler at Mr. Wbvton'a. Mccne 6- Cortlaftration at Mr. Wliartrn's house. ?>ct 111. ? Muoutl*nt encampmeot of toe Continental Fores < In <ln' blglilanrig liu tisete 1 . Uld In Wes'^besler county, and in third act In a v^io - o' Ihe Ighlands. Kpoch, l'HO. Mai Marft/i V . Muslc*l Direntor aad Conductor nuura open .a ; % P. M. ; Opera com-nencei atH precisely. fcPniH can oi secured at the itoi odice, Academy o Mimic, in at VS m. Ilaii Jt d?.n's, S3U Hi utdwuy, from 9 A. M. to 4 P. vi dally. Admission . .91 <H) I Second circle SO 60 Secured s?at 1 Ail | Amphitheatre ? 2& LV.. GOTTSOUALK'a . bKCOND PIANOFORTE 80IKKK. IN NEWARK, V. J., assisted nv Mr. APFT0MMA8, the celebrated Harpist, MM. BambFORD, Puuitil, At LIBRaRV BALI., on WH DNKSDaY RVkNING. March .'ii. tiir fiu'lher particulars, see Newark dally papers of ;he :'ii'h IcKt. , and programme at the music, book and drug stores, t*h?re tickets are on sale. LM. GOTTSCHALK'S KLEVh?TH PIANOFORTE SOIREE. in New lerk, at Dodwortb's itooms, on Krldtjr evening, March See programme* at mualo stores and dally papers ol the 28th SECOND GRAND SACRKD CONCERT, SUNDAV hVKNlNG. ??ARCH -a, AT THK CITY ASSEMBLY ROOMS. MO. 446 BROADWAY. Miss Henri* tie jeehrend, Mr. U. Schmltz, tagetaer with a Grand Oichestra, will axtlst. Crnduclor Carl Bergmanti Leader Tbeodors 1 hum at Tickets. SO cents, to be baa at the principal mtislc stores. SKBA8TOPOL HOLDS OUT -FIFTIETH WEEK.- ? JOHN R. SMITH'S GRAND lOUR OF ED ROPE and HJEGK OF SEBA8TOPOL, Empire Hall, No. S'JC Broad way, SHOWING ONfc riUNDRHiD V1EW8 of the eltles and objects of interest In Knrope Every evening a. 7 } j o'clook, amt every afiernona at 3. The mtuisbyMr. AlWAnrie'd of Ixindon. Mason and bergmanh's fifth mosioal mati nee will be given at Dodworth's Acidetnv. on Toevlay, March 25. A qnarust by Bavden, a trio by Schubert, a quin tet by Mendclstohn, and pianoforte compositions by Cbopfo, ormprlse the programme To commence at two o'c'ock; door open at 1 o'clock. Tickets for sale at the music stores, and at the door. VTATIONaL ACADEMY OF DK8IGN.? THE THIRTY i.1 *.rst annual exhibition of the Maternal Academy li now open dally, from 9 A. M. to 10 P. M., at 54H Broadway, bwweea Prinec and Spring street*. Ihe eousction Is fbrmed exchial ve ly of original works of living artists, which have never before been ainlbtted in this etiy. a dmisstoa. 25 cents; scssnn ticket, 50 cents. T. ADDISON RICHARDS, Cor. Bee >j N. A. D<ERCM, PCERUM, POCECM.- MR8. H. SEYMOUR'S f fancy ball costumes, 186 Canal street, late Walker street, one door irom Bowery. >CTurmiMU D1 AQENTLRMAN AND WIFE GIVTlfO UP HOtTSB Keeping would like to rem their furniture; end. If agree able, would board with the parties, if in a pleamnt location, with modern Improvements in the house undeniable refer ences ilven and required. Addreaa P. W. K., Broadway Peat office COTTAGE AND FANCY FURNITURE WaREROOMS, at A14 Broadway, opposite St. Nicholas Hotel.? (I. MA f 1 HRWH oilers tor sate the moat extensive assortment of tancy oottage enamelled and French furniture in the United States, at ?educed prices. Evety Tarlei; of maUresses,pallasses, pillows, bo'siers, Ac , at manufacturer's prices. For half? a suite of roskwood parlor fur niture, near ; new; seals covered with silk erocatel and alio covers, embracing 12cbalra, 1 sofa and 1 arm chair; also, centre table wth marble top, all mods to order; belonging to a lamlly golr g to the country ; price 1250. Apply at No. 275 Kant Bread way. Furniture -for sale, the furniture ofba email famly living no housekeeping, oonmatlng of ear 1>ets, bureaus, and everything userul tor tainliy use. Rent ow; tumlture ccsap, for cash. Addreaa M. P., Herald office, OLD STAND FOR CHEAP FURNITURE, FRATH3R beds, nattrewea and pillows. Furniture made to order, repaired, varnished and upholstered, chairs seated with cum or rnah and painted. Both and Iron bedsteads for sale at O. W SNEDAN'S, 2G3 Bowery, between Houston and Stanton streets. "cpicbju D*. LA RMONT'8 PARIS AND LONDON HRDIOAJI Adviser and Marriage Uulde. Eleventh edition. 340 pages 75 colored figures; cloth (1. It gives the auvertised remedies and shows the superiority of the author's Paris and Londoe treatment of hie speciality , nervous debilltv, local and general, from excesses ara indiscretion, Ac. Offloe hours 11 to 2 sod i to 9 P. M.. 42 Reado street, corner 290 Broadway, New Tork. We recommend Iir. Larmont to the afflicted.? Counter des Etats Unls, Btaa'a Zeltung, National Democrat, Day Book, Ac. DR. WAKD'H UNFORTUNATE'S FRIEND AXD OTHER unrlralleu remedies? The sure eare of oertaln diseases, quirk and cmxipiete. Tho afflicted who would obtain a perma nent and tpeeov cure, should pome Immediately to me. I cure hundreds montblv. Ofiice arranged so that nation Is do not meet Kttec nal and tuuaUlug medical aid rendered. My Un fortunate's Friend cures always in a week: often in twe days; recent cases In twelve hours, office SO Canal street, corner of Broadway. R. RAI.PH. AUTHOR OF THE "PRACTICAL FBI vale Treatise," Ac., office* MS Houston sreet, nea Wooster; hours from 9 to 12 A M., and 6 to 9 P. ML. fSnudar excepted). 1 bose who apply In tto early stages will be sur prised at the rapidllv sod little Inoonren/ence attending their cure, it la chletlj, however, those who have sufTered from ? certain eland ot people, or otherwise, who can properly apr ... elate his servloea. Jn stricture, from Its first or Incipient to , . most advanced and distressing itages (trom uncommon advan tages. In addition to a very extensive practice In this com plaint), be can atloid a rapid, easy and radical cure, which, fie hps ground tor stating, can be obtained from no othtr eourcs In Amerlea. PRIVATE CONSULTATIONS.? DR. WATSON COW fines his practice to one olasa at disease, in which he ha* treated more than twenty thousand cases, without eoe instance ot failure. The remedies are mild, and do net keep the p?t'??t trom business, or expose him to detection, while kni most . eeat ea#i>e there Is a eureln twenty tour boon. Dr. WaU. .> desires to stale that, as many have been deceived by th., pi omlses of certain charlatans, and been Mured by dm., patient* are respectfully Invited to eall In the drat plnoe there is no eharge for oonanltations. WILLIAM WATSON, M. Manv years tur*eon to the Look Hosoltal; author of "the Cause and Cure," numerous plates, fl. Offloe 60 Walker street, fourth door weal ot Broadway. Private medical and surgical consult* i tiona.? I)R. COBBKTT, 19 Dnaral street, may be eonstt | ed wltb confidence on all diseases requiring seerecy. Ria great experience of twenty seven years In this elassof com* plaints enables iiiin confidently to warrant a cure In erery case undertaken I)r C. won Id apprise strangers of the fact that he Is the only per on qualified (n the a Wye speciality In this City, (wth two exroptioi s ) all else, notwithstanding their high sour -t In/: foreign rani' s being nerelnim >ufs. N/B.? As a proof at Dr. C.'s slneerlt' , he *nu'd eall nartfrular attention to his dl Plou.a. as a member rf the New Tork University, suspended in is office, with the uames ot Mo t, PatUson, As., together wltb other tflstlmonlaln of a vary hlga order. M. B. ? No fee till enred. TRTFSFMaH? V1K OKWAT HUH tPEAW DIBOOVHRT.? Protected bv ro??l leilers pstent of England, and secured by the seals ol ('?e f coin do Pharmacle de Paris, and the Im pel ial Colleee of Ktdiclne Vienna. Tntt'picM am ?'o. 1? la th? remedv for genera'' debility. The systf 1, wo'd not come Impaired e\on in Ibn dec ine of ll'e If Trlfsetvar No 1 were urkeraally adopted; all physical 1m fit rtlmente vsnl'h ItVe m**lc be'ore It* influmioe. thus render trr lu tin tfivalna* le to thine entering tn? marriage state. Ti itfVMAii No. ?? "oo<nlctety eraotratesai! tho?e;dieordere ?1 Iff hi d rubers have ?o 'oog been thought, an antt dote 'o lo the ru n of the health o( a vast portion of our poptj. <ati?n Tm?t' MAu No. j? is the sins' ?'uroresn remedy for that rla-r 1.1 dlsord' ?jjneh, tin# >rtimat^ly, the KncHsh ph'siclans trials ,? th ?i*"'rt#^,to ibe inevitable dsstrnotl in of tbe ua tlri.''s tuMidntkn, *bic.h %'i the sarnapartlla in the wur-'d en rol ??move 1rtr;i ? f Fos, t 2 ?vd si-e f like t?i>vjld o* taste or smell ?.'?|?1 I at sra tng quM?i~ ? 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