Newspaper of The New York Herald, April 15, 1862, Page 5

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated April 15, 1862 Page 5
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1 BALEB AT ACCTIOif. o?iToirwoncB m. b n/apman, aucttonebr magnificent HOUSEHOLD fukniturb. Printings, Wrimry, tag mauy r.ro sud elegant Work# of Art. _ AT PUBLIC AUCTION, oatMsday (Tuesday), April It, inle commencing At eleven o'clock precisely, . . , At Ike elegant residence 48 Watt Hineenth street, between _ Kit tb and bixth avenues, *U: seven octave rosewood Piauofortr, Rosewood Drawing Room Belts, Bra axe and Ormolu Chandeliers, ? , Velvet Medallion Car pa la, Harrre and Broaden China Vsees, Pier and Mantel Mirrors, Embroidered Lave Curtains, Oil Paintings by eminent article, Rosewood and black walnut Chamber Furniture, Oak Dining Room Buiu, Obiua, Olaas and Mirer. H. B.?The auctioneer would call the particular attention af hla rrtenda and the nubile to this] ?ale, the catalogue eempriaiug the largest and rlcheat eollertlou of Household Furniture, Ac., offered at auction llwa season. Halo peremptory, without regard to the weather. Catalog,tea at the bouae. Drawing rooms?Rosewood Bookcase ami Secretaries, Hu algaores, lady's Work Table, Writing Deik, French plate Pier Mirrors, marble slab and brackets; two large Mantel Mirrors, richly carved frames; embroidered Lace Curtains, Preach Shades, Cornices, two inagnllteen t suits Drawing Reom Purnlture, covered in three colored satin brocade of the richest description, carved In solid rosewood; two Tete-aVeto Sofas, two Ann and eight Oval Back Chairs, rosewood Centre Tables, statuary marble tope to match tho suits, Etageres, lined with satinwuod; marble top mirror doors and back; Ring's Patent Reclining Easy Chairs; Pier, Card and Quartette Tables; Oil Paintings By Cole, lumen, Legrsnd, Seller*. Eglew, and other eminent areola; Assumption of Virgin lrom a celebrated palming in the Louvre, Paris; Storm I Sea, by Debott; two superb match Paintings by Polo, tbu Alchemist, by Tenures; Interior, do.; Magdalene, alter Murilo; Fruit and Flower piece, original, ny Rousseau; ISO yards velvet Carp-to, Rugs to match; superb bronze Clock, artistic bianxe Hutuary, Hamlet, MargaroUr, Crusader, ChevaldeMarley, Pranklln, Marble Statuary, two magullioeut ^^MAtWnFICBVlT ROSEWOOD PIANOFORTE, he richest instrument ottered at auction tlits eeason; superb carved lege end case, round corner*, t'nil iron plate, overatraag base, all modern improvements, made by city makers, fuRy tested by competent judges and pronounced a superior laetrument; rosewood Canterbury, do. Rtoul, covered In wsvtxaavs, inv niHjnuw WW viod?ii?^ a*?j i vtmmss, Plate Glass Mirror*, rosewood Bedsteads, richly carved, style Louie XIV.: Commodes, Table do Null, Combes, Mocker*, Arm Chairs, Oval Back Chair*, covered to moquet; Tapestry Brusxels Carpet*, Lace and Hnx-ade Bedspreads, Hair and Spring Mattresses, Frether Beds, Blanket*, Counterpanes, Bolster*. Billow*, Oval Mirror*, Pastel Painting*, decorated China Toilet Sets, Turkish T tveh, Brocatel Curtains. Upper chain here?Mahogany and biaek walnut Bureaus, Bedstead*, Warii-tuida, Koias, Rocker*, Book Rack*. Toilet Seta, Corner Stand*, Bedding, Ac. Dining room?Solid oak curved Buffet*, mutuary marble top; Herts'* Dining Table, extend* id feel; Couches, Armchairs, elegant seta crystal and ruby Glassware, viz:? Decanters, ae dozen Goblets, Champagnes, Wines, Lemonades, Turn irs, Fruit, Celery aud Preserve Stands: seta of Finger Bewla. ruby end parlun marble Punch Bowl*, ruby and gold Liquor Set*, gold and china Dinner Set, 2SJ pieces, richly dc eorated; Tea Seta, id pieces; solid silver Dinner and Tea Set*. All the China and Glass Ware wus purchased front the celebrated house of 1'eepln A Co.. Paris Silver Ware, Coffee Orn, Casters. Cake Baskets, Napkin Rings, Spoons, Forks. Ivory handled Tabic Cutlery. Auction notice. LOCKWOOD BROS. A UNDERUILL, Auctioneers, J9 Murray and 33 Warren slrcets, Will IneluJe in their sale* of Una day A lerge and attractive line or Kiue Bosom Shirts and Gentlemen's Furnishing Goons Al*o desirable invoice of White Quods, Jaconets, Cambrics had Swiss Muslim. Also white aud colored Crapo Shawls, Pari* Filet Hit*, Bmbraiderles, Dress Goods, Linen, Domestics, Cloths, Cus Hate re*, Vesting*, Ac. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock. AUCTION NOTICE.?E. ROTH, AUCTIONEER, WILL J1 sell tht* morning, at 10>j o'clock, the elegant Household Furniture of a Parlor, three Bedrooms and Dining Room, at the dwelling house No. 74, corner Sixth avenue aud Waverley place, consisting of two Parlor Bulla, covered in reealel and haireloth: marble Pip Table*, Ktageros, Oval Mirror*, Curtains, shades, Paintings, Vases, Bodeteada, Bureau*, Wwithstands, Hair Mattresses, Beds, Sofa Beds, Lounges, Glass, China and Silver Ware, Table Cutlery, Brussels and Ingrain Carpets, Ac. Bale positive. A JOSEPH L. SMITH. AUCTIONEER, WILL BELL, THIS .day, at MX o'clock,at 137 Eighth street, near Broadway, I one Piano, three rose woo, I Parlor Suits, rosewood and ink hegany Bedroom Suits, black walnut, mahogany and maple Chairs; Roekers, Pier Glasses, Tables, Brussels and Ingrain Carpet*, Oil Paintings, and everything belonging to a tirsl slat* bouse. Bale positive. A 0CT10N SALE OF HORSES, WAGONS. HARNESS* A Ac.?Wednesday, at 11 A. M., at 313 Fulton street, Brooklyn, 1'EBD A CO., auctioneer*, one 130 lb. half seat Trotting Wagon, one light Shilling Top Road do., both ?ll* hy Paly; one Family Barouche, tbi<e Light Wacom: team of bay Ponies, ill hands; bav Mare, sound, hind ana est; Barrel Mare, warranted Iruosery way i ainglc and double _ : TkANIBL A. MATHEWS, AUCTIONEER. XJ Salesrooms No. 79 Naaoau street, between FuIiod and ^V^HLEOART HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, made by Kom A HuteLlnji; BOBSWOOD PIANO, toLVHT, BRUSSELS AND INGRAIN CARPETO, FRENCH PLATE PIER AND MAN TBI. MIRRORS, AO. DANIEL A. MATHEWS will sell, this day (Tueaday), at MM o'eisst. at hie salesroom, 7? Nassau street, a large assortment, ef elegant Household Furniture (removed for cones* lence of sale), Oonstaung in part or solid carved rosewood Parlor Suits, in French broaaiel; elegant oval and round Centra Tables, rosewood, walnut and oak Secretary and Library Book Cases; elegant carved rosewood, Oiled walnut and mahogany French Bedsteads; Hair Mattresses, rosea ood and mahogany Dressing Bureaus, Washsiands, solid polished ask Chamber Suits, Lounges, mahogany Sot aw, Rocker., Ann and Parlor Chairs, Extension 'tables, BulTets, Dining Chairs, Ac. Also, one superb French Plate Oval Mirror, egtra site; one elegant Mauiel Mirror, one Urge size Pier Mir or. Also, a large number of Velvet, Brussels, Tapestry and lograln Curpcts, Ac. Catalogues now ready. David d. eoan, auctioneer-will sell tuts day, at 438 Canal street, at 2 o'clock, Furniture, Ac., removed from Fortieth street, consisting of Three Ply and Brussels Carpets, Oilcloths, Bureaus.marble too Withstands, Bedsteads, Tete-a-Totes, Chairs, Tables, Ilalr and other Mattresses, Bolsters, Pillows, China, Glass, Crockery, Cooking 8tove*, Ac. Also, one second hand Piano. Outdoor sales attended to. Edward sohenck, auctioneer. ASSIGNEE'S SALE OK SUPERB HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, By EDWARD SCHEMCK. this day, 16th lust., at 11 o'clock. M bis salesrooms, 136 and 167 Broudway, the stock of one or the best cabinet makers in the city, consisting in part ot elegant solid carved and plalo rosewood Parlor Suits, elegant black walnut Library aud Dining Room Suits, In reps; magnificent roeewood round cornered Bedsteads and Bureaus, So. In black walnut, finished In oil; roeewooil and walnut Secretary and Library Bookcases; elegant rosewood Etaferesjoarved walnut Buffets and Extension Tables, walnut (all Racks and Chairs, and other elegant Furniture. The above Furnitures is all of tke very best manufacture, aud will be positively sold by order of tbe assignee. J. B FREEMAN, Assignee. Ernst roth, auctioneer.-laroe sale of elegant Household Kuruituie, lids day, Aprtl 13, at two s'ciook Jr. M., at the large residence No. 128 Waverlnr place, between Washington square and Sixth avenue, consisting or three Parlor Suit#, covered lu rich satin brocatel, green ilk reps, and ihalrclotb; Rosewood Pier and Oentre Tahiti, lady'a Writing Desk, 21 day bronze Clock, Lace Curtains, Eta?eios, with mirror bark and doors; rosewood elegant mahogany and black walnut Bod room Suits, Corner ura Bookstand, Sofa Beds, Lounges, Rocker?, Spring Seat Ch:. rf, Mirrors, Clock, Tea and Eiten?lon Tables, GLms, China and Silver Ware, Table Cutlery, llair Mattresses, Beds, Bedding, Brussels, Threeply and Ingrain Carpets, Ac. 8ale positive. George cook, auctioneer-assignee's bale or elegant Household Furniture, by URORGB COOK, to-day, at 1<J>? o'clock, at salesroom 141 Broadway.?A large had varied stock of the best rity made Parlor Suits, Chamber and Library Suits, rosewood Annolre-a-Qlace, Secretary and Library Bookcases, Buffets, Extension Dining Tables, Lounges, Chairs, Etageres, Encoigneurs, Work TaMea, Mirrors, Mattresses, Ac.; making a very eumplete stock, to whtch we lavlte the attention of the public, as the sale la absolute. Henry h. leeds, auctioneer.?henry b. 1 LEEDS A CO. will sell at auction, on Wednesdky, April M, nt 1 M o'clock at No. 2d West Twenty-seventh street?Mouaebuld Furniture, consisting of Brussels and Ingrain Carpets, rosewood Sofa In haircloth, earved rosewood Suit, elegant ?Ut frame Pier Mirror, curved rosewood corner Kiagsre, mat jgaay Card Table, rosewood Bedstead, rosewood marble top Dressing Bureau, mahogaay Wardrobe, mahoganv W ne Chest. Brussels Blslr Carpets, Blair Bods, OUcloUi, dou le Hair Mattresses, Bolsters and Pillows; rosewood B?okcs Uilt Oil Paintings and Engravluge, black walnut Buoiiaok, Ac. Also, an asaortraenl of Kitchen Furniture, Wi'li which the sale will commence. Henry b. hbrts. auctioneer. BY HENRY WOOD A CO., Halwooms 460 llroAdwny and Id Crosby street. SHERIFFS BALE Or tHB But.re stock of an Importing and Jobbing House, consisting ot HARDWARE. fine sheffield pocket and table cutlery, " **? r'?, Wostenholm's, Maputo's anil other celebrated makers; OUN8, SPORTING IMPLEMENTS, Ac., by order of JAME8 LYNCH, Sheriff or the city and county of New York, at No. 176 FULTON STREET, commencing on THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 18d2, at 1(4 o'clock, and to be coatloued daily until thoeutire stock Indisposed of Catalogues will be ready on Wednesday, loth Instant, and may bo had by applying at tbe salesrooms of the auctioneers, No. 460 Uroudwav. The stock whl be un ozbtbiliuu at the tor No. 176 Fulton atrcet, one rtftjr before the tale T< riuaol *al< i .? h iu Imnkahlc mouay. HjINRY B. 1IF.RT8, JK . AUCTIONEER BY 1IKNKY WOOD A CtJ , HHRKIKF'S SALE. OONTBRTB OK 4 LlyUUlt STORE. henry wood a t:o. aiil*. il, on Tuesday, April 16, at 13 o'clock, comer of Nmih amine and Forty Arm treet, a no araorltiu-nt ol l.ii|iioi*. couiiirtalng Brand lea, (lln, \vlnee, Champagne*, Ac. Al*t>, Birr Pump*, Coumera, Mcaaurra, Bar Fixture*, Mirror*, Bagatelle Table, Ac. JAfifcs I.YNUtl, gherlU. Hardware auction notice.- ben.i h. nbixas. Auctioneer, 111 HENRY W. VAN ANTWERP A CO ! M Barclay atrrei, will will on Timraiay, the 17ih inm at It) o'clock, ail awortment of Hardware, Cutlery, Ac , being pari or the atoi k of ir jo hirer who la retiring from bualnaa*. A Ian KM dozen lyory Table and D**?cM Kulre* ami Forka. Full partlculara In Tuture ndverlliementa. Terina each, In bankable money. JOSEPH HKtlEMAN, AUCTIONEER Wedneeday, April 16. At 9jd o'clock a. m., at the Central Halraroom*, conn* of Wllloughliy anil Pearl lltreet*, Brooklyn RAJ ANUtt OF STUCK OF A RETAIL dry OOODB DEALER?Compaiauig a variety aeaanuable One* and D laeail# Oooda, Iloiaery, Shawls, (llovee, Ac The above are choice goo li and worthy the attention of dealer! aud other*, and will be *old In lots to ault purchaser* Same day, At S o'clock P. M , a 8MAI.ii INVOICE OF HARDWARE, R IUnla| Vt are, Cout Ncul'.ce, Padloeka, Feather JDuetem, A ., Aa. To uloaa a co near a. JBOOAKT, AUCTION KKK.-H A J SOUARTWH.f, . aellun Wednesday, 16U> in*'.,at I o'clock P. M., on tho promise* No. 74 Iteeunmn rtreol, hy virtue of a ehntiel mortia;e, the entire Ivjoleand Machinery of a Bookbinder'* **uhllaliniant. cousiNtiug or Cutting Machine, Table Ulnar*, Standing Praia a, Iron Sale, Sawing Machine, 6 Cutting l'ri*TH, ID Hewing Heoihc*, Stove*. Oe* Future*, Type, Italicr*, Ac., An., all in onli r and worthy the alien turn of the trade and other*. CITA8. P. WATT, Attorney for Mortgagee. f HOIIART, AUCTIONEER.?BY H a J. BOUART ? O M tgageeala.?Thte day, at 1 o'clock, at No. .Ill Wc*l Tulrly-elahin *ti#et, near Tenth avenue, 16 Cow*, one bay klaru uru Milk Wagon. n, JollN >V. S'IMKHINDYKE, Alloibey for Mortgagee. a NEW* Y RALES AT AUCTION* JBOOART. AUCTIONEER-BY ill J. BOO ART Wednesday, April 16 at 10)$ o'clock, ?lRo.8fl?n wleh avenue, Urn Stork ait i Fixture* of A Restaurant. Hal Counter and Fixtures Tati.es, Cuaira, Tumbler*, Wines, De earners, Casters, Cupper Boiler and Plus, K.i ben R-.rve Oven, Cooking Ui. etuis, Cutlery, Crockery, Una Futures, Ouuide Lump, Ac. JBOOART, AUCTIONEER.?BY H. A J. BOOABT. . Thin day, at 10)$ ? clock, at 166 Allen it reel, UouahuJ Furniture, consisting of Boras, Lounges Parlor and Easy Cbalta Mirrors, Carp.-ts, Bureaus Cola, Badateaili, B ds aud Bedding, lolol bodies, Wardrobes, Washing Machine, Range, Ac. JP TRAVER. AUCTIONEER?SALESROOM 87SIXTII . avenue. HUTCH KAON A TRAVER will sell, on Wednesday April 16, at 1U)$ o'clock, Stock and Futures of Barroom 87 I'rinoe street, near Broadway. Counters. Qlasa Case*. Bar Fixtures, Oil I'ainuugs, Lounges, Cbiurs, Liquors one Top Wagon and Harness, Ac. JOHN H. BURLBY, ATCTIONEER, WILL SELL, ibis day, at 2 o. thick, at AM Canal street, rosewood marble top and o'hcr Bnreaus; rosewood, mahogany and other Bedsteads; Bo fa Beds Wardrobes Hat Racks Waxhstand ; Velvet, Bruasels, Three-ply and other Carpets; Oilcloth, Malting, 1'ler, Bar and other Mirrors; Chandeliers, Counters, Feather Beds, Pillows, Bolsters, Blankets, Comforters Hair Mattreaaes extension, centre and other Tables; roeewood, black walnut and Cottage Suits, Kitchen Ware, Ac. PAWNBROKER'S SALE.?W. N. LEWIS WILL SELL, this day, at 10)$ A. M., at IRS Bowery, up stairs, a largo assortment of Cold and Silver Watches, Jewelry, Musical Iastruments Pistols Ae. By order of W. A R. Simpson. PAWNBROKER'SSALE.-W. W. LEWIS, AUCTIONEER, X will sell on Wednesday, t ? itiib, at 181 Bowery, up stairs, a large assortment of Cold and Silver Watches, Jewelry, Pistols, Ae., Ao. By ordei of WM. SIMPSON A CO. RT. HAZBLL, AUCTIONEER. i*. i.adiib aiw'd aivmvv iun dfdvuutadv SALE OK <0,(100 WORTH OF _ HARDWARE, CUTLERY, AC. WIIITTEMORE A HA'/.ELL will sell at auction, WEDNESDAY, April 33. nd fallowing days until void, commencing At M) o'clock each day, At No. 03 Bcckinan street, tbe entire assigned a lock oi Messrs. EUis Brothers A Co., comprising a large and well selected assortment of heavy and shell' Hardware, Cutlery, Ac., to which the attention of buyer* la requested Terms?Bills under $0X1 cash, in bankable funds; all over that amount four months' approved endorsed notes, payable In the city of New York, with Interest added. Catalogues will be ready aud can be had ut the office of tbe auctioneers, lag Broadway, on Friday, lHlli inst. IXtlLLLAM ABBOTT, AUOTIONEEIt?OFFICE NO. < vv blast Broadway?will sell to-morrow (Wednesday), at 10>a o'clock A. SI., tbe entire Furniture contained in tbe live story bouse No. 12 Nellson place. near Eighth street and Broadway?ttu.-ewnud Parlor bulls n brocuteland plush; mahogany Bedsteads, pure Hair, Husk and Straw Mattresses, marble lop Bureaus, mahogany Chain* and Sofas, Extension Table, Class and Crockery Ware, Ac., Ac. WILLIAM ABBOTT. AUCTIONEER, WILL HELL this day, at 12 o'clock, the contents of the Saloon basement, No. 4 East Broadway, consisting of Coutilerv, Beer Pumps, ( hairs. Tables, Mirrors, Paintings, tine Bagatelle Table, Horse, Wagon aud Uuiuess. WILLIAM ABBOTT, At'CTIONEEK-OFKICE NO. 4 East Broadway?will sell this day, at ID O'clock, at 172 new (.'anal street, contents of the Fountain Shades. Conn ters, B cr Pumps, Chairs, Tables. Mirrors, Refrigerators, oak Extension Tanlrs, Drop Curiam and Biage Scenery. WM. WOLF, AUCTIONEER-SALESROOM 4S JACKsou street, will sell on Wednesday, April 16, at 10>? o'ohs k, the entire Stock and Fixtures of the large Croeery mid Liquor Store; No. 341 WostTwenly-sixib street, between Tenth and|E!eveiithavenuee.consisting of live and ten gallon Kegs. Counters, a line titans Case, Scales, Uas Fixtures and a variety of Groceries and Liquors; also one Horse, Wa.i n and Harness. HORSES, CA11KIAOE9, <SC. Auction saijj of hor.ies, carriages, harness, Ac.?The openiug "ale ot Horses, Carriages, Harness, Ac., will take place on Thursday, April 17, at 11 o'clock, at tho splendid new stables, corner of boventb avenue and Forty-second street, named the "Horse Mansion," at which time the entire Stock of a Circus Company will be sold. Catalogues will be ready to-morrow. CLEMONB A UOARDMAN, Proprietors. GEORGE CLEMONS, Auctioneer. Ahorse for rale-just from the country, 8 years old, warranted sound and kiud; full 18 hands high, suitable for express or cart: will be sold cheap, as the awner has no use far bim. Can be seen at 301 Eighth avenue, between Twenty-lifih and Twenty-sixth streets, any umr wwr ? uciovi r. jb. Fob hale?very cheap, at nos. u and ic amity place, two second hand Hotel Stages, three second hand light Wagons and three new light Wagons; one with shifting top, all of wbieb-are thoroughly built and of the latest ?tyle. ?c? TjlOB HALE?AN express WAGON, desks. SIGNS, r Ac. Ho ate given to an active man. Only $300. Apply to FA RBINGfON, 226 West si r* HAUL-JUST ARRIVED FROM CANADA EAST a let or young Homes, which trill be sold cheap or exchanged. Apply at Fourteenth street; comer of Tenth avenue, rear of wood jard. HUGH LAHRY. FOE SALE?A FRESH MILCH COW, OF THE BEST quality; warranted to milk 28 quart* a day; also to make Id pounds of butter per week; to be sold cheap; or would exchange for a lower priced cow. Apply at 183 Bast Tweu'y llfth street. IjtOR 8ALE-THE CHOICE OF TWO VALUABLE ' Horses, one a fast trotter (American Star), bright bay, eight years old, sixteen hands high; the other a nark bay (Hamiltonlan), atx years old, sixteen and a half hunds high, just from O.ange county; would make one of iho finest coupe horecs ever brought to this city. They are warranted to be without a blemish. Also, a good work horse for $48. To he seen at the Club stables, 21 Buwery. FOR HALE-2U0 COACHES. BRBTTS, FAMILY RfK Kaways, Hotel and Depot Wagons, Express, Grocers' and Business Wagons of all kinds; 48 Horses and Harness, at 10 Nevins street, 184 Fulton avenue, and No. 9 Flatbush avenue, Brooklyn. For sale CHEAP?one good second hand ice wagon. Apply to j. FISK, 148 East Thirty-ninth street. For sale cheap?a road wagon, jump seat Buggy, four seat Barouche, six seat Coach and at light Jump seat Roukawav. Apply at the red brick private stable, on the alley r ar of 20 East Thirty-seventh street. LOUIS BRANDT, VETERINARY SURGEON, NO. 83 East Twenty fourth street, between Lexington and Third avenues.?By a practice of mors than thirty years in different countries ana climates, the undersigned has been enabled to become thoroughly acquainted with tbe different diseases to which horses are subject, h iving paid special attention to cofflu joint lameness or contraction of the boof, which he has cured In almost every case without leaving any external marks. Medical advice given to purchasers only, sod not to sellers. Incurable cases will be examined free or charge If brought to my office. All other domestic animals and birds attended to. Uffice hours from 10 A. M. to 4 P. M. LOUIS BRANDT, author of the "Infallible Guide to Discover the Ages or Horses." TITAN TED?A PAIR OP PONY BUILT HOR8ES, NOT VV under fourteen hands high. They most be sound and gentle, but not high priced animals; they are wanted for Itmuj un. Auurw, niui iMiituiaia, u. * I uvi i,iw i vat onice. (CI KA FOR * H0R8E, FULL SPRING WAGON, HAR?I?JU neu, Ac.; (he horie is sound. stylish, fast and good under saddle; can be driven by a lady or invalid, and is worth alone what is asked for the whole. Apply ta Mr. R0LLIN8,454 Canal street, after 3 P. M. glWAMCIAl" TDHENRES8Y, . BANkER AND BROKER, NO. 8 WALL STREET. UNCURRENT MONEY, GOLD AND SILVER, , I 3-10 TREASURY NOTES, BOUGHT AND SOLD. Collections made promptly. UNITED 8TATBS TREASURT, NEW TORE, APRIL 14, 1883.?Under the aeCsf Congress of February 28, 1882, lam autnorlzed to receive deposits of United States notes to the credit of the Treasurer of the United States, In sums not less than one hundred dollars ($10(1), for a period not less than thirty days, to be repaid with five (5) per cent interest on ten dayss notice. For such deposits I issue certificates in favor of the depositor, negotiable by endowment. JOHN J. CISCO. Asst. Tress. U. S. 4*4 AAA ?FOUR THOUSAND DOLLARS TO LOAN Idt'UUU. on security of real estate In this city. Apply to JOSEPH SIMS, 820 Broadway. _ _ K AAA -FIFTEEN THOUSAND DOLLARS TO sPJLt/ UUly# loan on bond and mortgage, for a term of years. Apply at 478)4 Broadway, in the store. Brokers need net apply. SHIPPING. 4M11EAP PA88AGE TO AND FROM LIVERPOOL?BY \ J the old Black Boll Line of Packets. The clipper ship GREAT WESTERN sails for Liverpool to-uiorrow. For passAge apply to JACOB WILSON, 108 South street. (COMMENCING MAY I. 1882. J NEW ARRANGEMENT. FOR CALIFORNIA, VIA PANAMA. For the better accommodation of the largo number of people now emigrating to the sold mining districts of California and Uritlsh Columbia, FOUR stcumera per month will be despatched from New York and from Sau Francisco respectively, instead of three, as heretofore. Regular days of departure I rom New York, On the 1st, 8th, 18th and 21th. evcunt when these dates fall on Ibindav. when the tiny of departure will bo the Mo.ulny following. For freight or paaaage apply at the only ofUre of the line, No. BewllugUreen, New York. D. B ALLEN, Agent. AUSTRALIA PIONEER LINE?CARRYING TUB United Statee mall.?The rllppeuhip ( IT* OK BATH, Caraey commander, for Mrlhoroe. ijrauully oadingat pier 10 Kant river. The clipper ahlp SOUTH AMERICA, Lincoln commander, for Srdpey, at pier 12, The clipper bark CI a KLOTTA, for New Zealand, Porto, at pier St) E.iat river. For freight or jioaeage apply to R. W. CAMERON, Ml Heaver tree). Caan advance* made on approved ronatgnmcnta. Conaigi.eeaiu Auairaila, Meaara. R. TOWNS A Ob. EXPRESSES. AHUKNHAM'8 FURN1TL KB KIPRBSS AND FUR. nttnre Pitching ealabllahmenl, 111 Weat Klevenih street, between Fifth and Sixth aveuuee. PUinnforiea, Mir rore nnd Statuary boxed and shipped. Kiirniture or fatnlllee moved with care. Htorage for ruruitnre. 2^-OTICB TO CALIFORNIA 8HIPPERH. Omn or Wntt, Pa poo A Co., i Oai.ironnia Barn*** tan Kitmm.i: Coarairr, J A4 BnoAnwxV. Nnw Yona, April lit, 1M2. J The nndersluned .10 ugain p epuied 10 take FAST FREIGHT, at iiaual'rntea. Freight muse be delivered daj before aalliug of eteamer, before 9 P. W. Parcel#received npto 10o'clock A.M. day ef tailing liotlere eovered by (toaernmrnt Stamp* hi ken a* uanal. Stea nere aall lei, llihand 2laleaoh month. Thoan < aye failing on Sunday, on the Mon Jay following. Wttl.l.M, KAMO A CO. KHOMKKVILI.K, KHUNITI'UK EXPRESS AND . Parking ealahllahnienl, 140 Varleh atreet. Houaehoid Furniture hoied and shl*i|ml to all pat t* of the world. Covered Wagon* lor idiuoving Furniture to and timn the country. OCULISTS. AND AIKISTS OCULIST AN.) AUIIIST-DEAFNESS, DIHCHARHUS fYoiiithi t?ira, blln.|oraa, chronic inflammation and all divea*.'* tif Vim eye .mil ea r, al-?>, nervona aile, lion* and ca lu i li, the frennenMcanao.nf ilrauieaa rnred hv Pr. 11HAVKH Consultation tree, peraoiMily or by letter, flu-) Broadway. ORK HERALD, TUESDAY HODWS, ROOMS. AC,, TO ( ?. A fabtmbnth ro lkt~< unsl-tino of foi r fa ltuHui, with f?uv si owls, ?u the second ?nd third r floors; reut $11 aud $10. Inquire of Mn. EASluN, Ul Hudson street COUNTRY SEAT TO LET OR FOR HALE-HKAITIlolly situated on high ground ou the Passaic river, with a h indsoiue wul?-r fruut, near North Belle vile, N. Jand about ien miles from the oily. The house is large and m w, in the Italian style, wltu a tower. There are fur.y acres of land In pasture, with a beautlfol sloping lawn; re A boating, i b uhing and Ashing n.'ur the house; communication with Wall ?tiset within an hour by railroad, and located in hu exceedingly desirable ueight orhooj, where there la every convenience, and no nuisances of any description. Rent, to suit the times, $4UU; price, $17,dUU. Apply at Jfo. it We?t Thirtieth street. COUNTRY RESIDENCE TO LET -A DELIGHTFULLY situated iiuuse and Uardeu, with an abundance of fruit and from one 10 Ave acres of laud if desired. adjoining and Overlooking (he beautiful village of PlaimieM, N J.; twenty, eight miles from the city, and within ten minutes walk of the depot. Inquire of F. A. MILLER, 4d6 Broadway, corner of Broome street COUNTRY SKAT TO LET-BEAUTIFULLY LOCATED at Uleti Cove. House eontslns nine bedioorr.s, pailom, dining room, Ac., with ample ouihouaca, garden, anu six acres Of land; well stocked with huge ami small fruit. Fur rticulars apply to J. O. RUSSELL, Uleu Cove, L. I.; or lo M. TllURMAN, 428 Canal street. FURNISHED COUNTRY SEAT ON THE SEA SHORE, at RtaUin Island?One of the moat beautiful location* on Staten Island, formerly the residence of W. II. Axplnwall, Esq., embracing 22 acres of laud, with greenhouse, grapery, icehouse, tilled, sad ample stable accommodations. The house contains twenty-five rooms, elegantly furnished with new furniture. It Is one of the most commanding and healthy locations near the city; sccrss by Vanderbllt's terry (4$ minutes) hourly. For reul and penults to view the premises apply to B. 11. LUDLOW, No. 3 Fine street TJIURNTBHKD HOUSE TO LET-ON BROOKLYN P klttlAf tlLM Rpmnsin alMMf n?sr Will I sImai f. n v un.t Academy of Music; stone fiont, handsomely furn.a.icd; watar, gas, Ac. Inquire of j. b. bbrdell. 28 Front street, New York. Lake maiiopac.?to let, a country besidance, furnished; the moat central and deslrab'e aiiiiutiou upon ton lake; maiMil.io.nt view, two acres of ground, line grove, garden, cai risge house, stable, Ac. Mnhopa has mountain air. and la celebrated for braith, drive*, scenery, Ae. Nor particulars apply at 191 East Thirteenth street. Loft and an office to let?at no. s noktii William street, well lighted; tiio loitwell adapted I or light manufacturing; rent low. Apply at the olhre, ou the second tloor, from 11 to 2 o'clock. PART OF A HOUSE TO LET-TO A SMALL FAMILY oi adults; second Floor and one Room on third Hour, hvc or six rooms, doart*, Ae , In a bouse with modern improvements; neighborhood unexceptionable. Rent Jllill. Apply at 229 West Thirtieth street, between Eighth and Ninth avenues. Call after 2 p. m. STORE TO LET?LA ROE STORE, TWO ROOMS, IN new house, !<3 Division street. Good stand inr any nne business. Millinery, dry goods, Ac., also small Store, 101 Division street. Oood lor a gioccry. Apply a! 'Jj Di vision street. Suits of apartments?consisting of parlor, lied row m und Kitchen, for small American fauni en, in anew brownstune House, with marble mnnteis. ga?, water, Ae., at $'J per mouth. Apply on the pn mu.es, 15J West Thirly-hith slieet. after 0 o'clock A. M. STEAM POWER?ROOMS OF ALL SIZES, WITH steady steam power, hutslwayo, driveways, and every other suitable ronvenience, to lei in I. M. Ringer A Co. s immense uew building, on the corners oi Delun <y, Mangin and Tompkini streets, at rents 25 percent below n o -.e asked ulscu here. Inquire ou the premies. rpo LET-THE HANDSOME THREE STORY BRICK 1 House, high brow n stone stoop, Ac., 130 West Fii'lythird street, near Eighth avenue, with ailt e modern Improvements, in perfect order, including gas fixtures, chandeliers, oilcloths, Ac Apply within or at 73 Wen Thirteenth street. N. H? Street paved wiih the Belgian pavement, Ac. r LET-THE FOUR LOFTS IN STORE 101 CHAM bexs street; will he lei low ve a good tenant. The location Is one of the best and no St central in New York. For paiTiuulars apply on the premises to JOHN D. LEWIS. rpo let-furniture to let.?a GENTLEMAN. A breaking,up housekeeping, wishes to let bis lurniturn for his board and washing. Andrea* L. N. J., box lb'J Herald oUice, for three day s. TO LET-TO A PHYSICIAN. A FRONT PARLOR, FURnished. with Board, if desired, In a French family. Location Fifteenth street, near Filth avenue. Address N. B., Herald ofllce. TO LET-PART OF THE TWO 8TORY HOUSE, NO. 20 Charlton street, consisting of Front Room and two Bcdroonison second lloor, and back Basement, to a small family w ithout children; rent $225. Inquire on the premises. rro LET?UPPER PART OF HOUSE, NO. ? HAMMOND A street, live Rooms and Bathroom ou second lloor and one on third, with.privilege of lauudry; rent $270; To be seen between three und six o'clock 1'. M. i rpO LET?THE SECOND FLOOR, OF FOUR ROOMS, A and one Hoo-n on third door, with or without front or back basement, in the new brown stone house, 207 West Fiftieth street; modern-improvements; balance of house to be occupied by a small American laudiy of adults. TO I.ET-A NICE HOUSB, 226 CLINTON STREET, near Madison; tine yard, grape arbors, gas, baths, hut aud cold waiei; ? U1 be let reasonable to a good tenant. Also Apartments to let, ebeap, at No. S Msngin street, near Grand. Impure ol J. L. WILLIS. lOii Lewis a .reel. near Stanton. TO LKT-THE SPLENDID BASEMENT AND SUBCellar of theaters 3S1 Bmtuwar, entrance on White stree.t; liirge vaults under llic sidewalk, anil u very a ipertor loralion for an engraver or the trunk business. Apply to E. S. MlUl .v I'O., No. 381 Broadway. Kcul low. rpo LET-IN SI LTS OK THREE, FOUR AND FIVE JL Rooms, each wl!l? water, gas uud bath, stairs and hulls nicely cdlcloilied and carpeted; also a nice Mt.iro ou Second avenue, from Slav 1. R-uts. $9 75, 86 SO, 87. $10, 4.13 and $14- Apply lo J AMES FETLKKfCU, 817 East Thirtieth atraat. rpo LET?THREE OF THOSE BEAUTIFUL COTTAGES X near the Central Fark, on Firty-fourib street, between Broadwuy mid Eighth avenue, at the low rent of $201 uiul t-M a year, to good tenants. Apply to J. AO ATE, 290 Broadway, from 12 lo 3 o'clock. rpO LET?THE SECOND FLOOR OF 142 FIFTY-FOURTH X street, between Broadway and Eighth avenue, two Parlors, sliding doom, and two Rooms adjoining; cum, chandeliers and Crotou; uwuer occupied rest ol the building, S lit $11. Alao Apartment* at SIS and 512 Tenth avenue; rent $4 and $o per month. Inquire on the promise*. rpo LET?THE LARUE, SUBSTANTIAL BRICK FACX. lory, with 1U0 horae power, tor a term of years, near the city o! New York, located on navigable water; cars and steamuoat twelve time* a day; the owner would advance dome cash towards establishing any prontahle and peruianiauent manufacturing hu-lnes*; possession Immediately. Inquire of STEPHEN A. EPIKKCE-tc CO., No. 6 Fine street. TO LET?SECOND FLOOR, FOUR ROOMS, IN A PRIvato house, with gin*, hoi and cold water, and bathroom; w ill be let very low to a desirable tenant. Inquire on the premises, 399 East Tenth street TO LET-ON SEVENTY-NINTII STREET. A BLOCK ami a halt front Central Park, a medium sired and very convenient frame House, lo the centre of eight lota of ground, containing a garden and a variety of choice fruit, with a stable and chickery on Eightieth street. Inquire of F. A. MILLER, 486 Broadway, corner of Broome street. TO LET?SEVERAL 8NUO TWO STORY AND ATTIC Houses in Ureene street, containing Uia modern improvements, with fine yard, and rent suited to the times Inquire of F. A. MILLER, 686 Broadway, corner of Broome street. mo I.K1T?TI1R VnilR STORY KNOI.TRH RABRMKNT A brown atone House 47 West Thirteenth street. Will be rented at a bargain. Inquire of F. A. MILLER, 4o6 Broadway, corner of Broome street. TO LBT-DWELLINO PART OP HOC BE 243 BROOME street, corner of Ludlow street, containing 10 room*. Rent $400 per year. Would be let to two families. Apply at 67 Eaat Broadway, near Market street, or at $71 Canal el. r LET-IN THE POURTEBNTH WARD, TWO PARlore, two Basement* ami front Bedroom: large pantries and part of the under cellar; water in the bach basement. Will be let low to a good tcuaut. Inquire at 164 Elfkabelli street. TO LET?FURNISHED, THE THIRD FLOOR, TO A gentleman and wife, for honseacepkng, In a private house, bath, gas, Ac. Terms moderate. A only at 4U East Twenty-eighth street, northwest corner of Fourth avenue, entrance In Twenty eighth street. TO LET-TUE LOWER PART OF HOUSE NO. 47 Bank street, consisting of two Parlnrs, Eitcmdon and Library on the first Hour, front Basement and Kitcllun. one or more Bedrooms on the third floor. House contains all the modern improvements! large yard, aud the halls are furnished with oilcloth. TO LEASE?THE ENTIRE MARBLE BUILDING 814 Broadway; store 110 by 26 feet; live stories, with basement and under basement, would make a line saloon; or each floor separately;-two upper floors have boeu titled up lor lodge rooms. Inquire of B (1ALHRAITII, Esq., 127 Fulton street, or of A. LAOLESON, 738 Broadway. TO BENT-THE WHOLE OR PART OF A SMALL furnished house, on n uaonable terms, convenient to the ferry. gOQrcenr street, Jersey City The whole of the reoond floor of a first cUivi house will lie let to a gentleman and wife, or single gentlemen, wllh Hoard; rcfeiences glvco and required. Call at 241 West Eighteenth street. SPECIAL NOTICES. 1 ELECTION NOTICE-THERE WILL BE A MEETINO Li of the 8to kin.liter* of the Knickei beoker lee Company, ou Tuesday the tfllh ilav of April, at the office. 432 Canal street, from 12 to 1 o'clock P. M., for the election oPTrusteeo for the ensuing year. R. T. COM PTON, President Thko. Browsiso, Secretary. / VKEAT EXHIBITION, LONDON. l?t! -VIHITORfl TO VT the great International Kihlbltiou, aed tourlats generally, are lurite<l to Inspect the preealent European costumes at the clothing House of H. CREED, 33 Conduit street. Bond street. WT, London. Orders respectfully solicited and promptly eieculed. Under ap-daj appointments to tb? Uuoen, Emperor and Empress of the French, Prince Imperial. Ac. Corresponding house 17 Rue Taitbout, Porta. New yokk, ai-ril h, imr-a meeting op the Fifth, Eighth, Ninth, Fourteenth and Fifteenth wards wm held thlsafteruu >n, In the Fourteenth ward, by dirt and aafe tiirtmet), for the purpoae of contending against subeon'rseto. Those wan}* Bre ready, at ten mlir-tre'warning, to strike against any sub contract. Mr. liaoaisj has pledged himself not to sub-oonlraet any of those five wards. * QTAHE FOR THE Bi n. KI N HA1II.E MEU). VIA C5 Fatyfa* court Honer and Oentrevllle, leae?e from Htlb .rn'a scgar store, above Wnlard's, Washington, D C , oa Homlays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, nt IS? M. Fare for roieid, $d. A guide accompanies the stage to ciplaln battie lie Id, cjl'KCIAU-MR. !'. O'GRADY, RECENTLY OF THE fi fltevens He ?e. Broad vny, lias removed to 7M Broadway, corner of '''.tghtb ttr>'Ot, where he will be ha|ipy to ine?t hislormt r : i lends and patrons. Travellkur TO EUROFE.?a lady who wihiieh to travel on the Conilonnt would like to Join a respect able 1)0rl*, In whi h there are ladles; wlehva, If possible, tn 1 visit England as well; ihc best of reference will he given and naulred. Address, staling whero an interview can be had. SB, but 1,774 FostoBlee. WK WOULD CALL ATTENTION TO TUB HALB Ol the valuable property, Nos. kit end 187 Broadway, t? be void at auction this d ly by B. It. 1.11 DUOW A CO., at 11 e'elork, at the Merrhani|T Evohange By mdei of Assignee kiapH, Ac., at No 3 f laPhuv.gt. ,9 APRIL 15, 1862.?TRIPLE nOtrSBH, ROOMS. AC., WA?TBD.^ A gentleman and wife Tambricani. witk neither children nor servant, wish to hire three Rooms, I with privilege of bathroom, iu a genteel house. situated txtwven Thud And H nth avenues And Twenty second aud Twenw-Atxt' street*. At airioder.is rent. Address Economy, bo* Hud Post olhoe. UWIOKUN. ? THREE UNFURNISHED BOOMS JJ wented, ?< uth '.f a'UnMcand wont>>f Court street. Ada. ess !>..> helors, Herald ofli>?. HOUSE WANTED.-A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE, TO

Avoid the mcoiiveuiruee ot hearting, would Uko to taho charge of a tun: lio uu , furnished or uuiurnisAed, Uiwt ia likely to reman varum at the nominal rent of $2b0 per anuuui. Address O K , llerald office. HOllSfcs W ANTED?PURNIHH ED OR UNPURNIXH. d?between E'ghiit and Twenty-fourth HtieeU, Fourth Aud Ninth avenues, for Orst <la-? parties now watting, llouaea lor sale aud to runt in all parts of Ibis etly. Kent* and acconn a colle. led and ae only given. Partnership and other Aucounta adyuateil aud balanced. Money loaned on security of rent estate. Koruiture bought and told, Ac Apply to JOSEPH SIMS. H2.J Bioadway. House wanted-a three story and attic,or a four auiry House. in a good location, weat of Broadway and not above Twenty-thiid street, must have mo !ern improvements and Kan tlx tit res. Alao, by a careful tenant, a mall House. in a pixel neighborhood, with modern improve menta and raa bxtures. Rent not to exceed $500. Address T. R. J , box IjL! Herald office, for twudays. OFFICE WANTED?WITH BEDROOM ATTACHED, both furnished, with separate entrance from street, without Board, but rooms to be nttrnded to. The bus.tiers ot most unlet character, principally writing. Address la. W. J., llerald ofllce. PART op a house WANTED?IN a fhtkt cj.abs Di'ipnborhooit. hy u rttnuly ot three persons. Add.ess Leroy, Fuat ollice, deaci ibing premises, tcrma, Ac Restaurant wanted?in a good location pood order aud doing a good business. Address C-, box Itki llerald ollice, for two ..ay*. QMALL FURNISHED HOUSE WANTED?FOR A FAMU O i> of four persons (adults), between Third and Sixth avcnuea, *u< I Fourteenth and Tweuty-hftb mite IB. Addi-cav Mortimer, care of box 3,411 Po.-l ofttce TO JEWELLERS.?WANTED TO PURClfARB FOR <kin, a Stoic in C'ioiI iu<aunu, witli hum en, nock, At., and up rtuicnte for taniily; Sixth uteune pielencd. AwArena, stating peilieulunt, Jeweller, Ileiald ohm WANTED?IN BROOKLYN, CONVENIENT TO THE lei rio<, u Miullliiiia :, orpin t ot a 11< hk M net con lain live 100:11s, ba-emer.t, water, gtiH.A- foi a m.i.ilt fuiniy. AililreaaJ. A 8.. box 3.U0J, New York Port IHHoe, elaP ng low, hi 11:1 iiin ami locution. \\f ANT ED?AT LAKE MA HOP AC, A WELL FORTY nlalied 11u .h *, plrnaantl) I c.itcd. Addrcea, with full particular*, A O , b>ix Hti Herat I oilier WANTED?BY A SMALL RESPECTABLE FAMILY, to rent irom May 1,.a count,y re .l.lenre, with eight to (in good Hl/od rooiiiH, outbutldtn;.s, vegetable garden, fiiilt an I Hliudo trei s, ami Ii poaaime one or two in run of land, HitiialRil on or near tin: bunk-:of the Il l-ton river,or In \VCKlcltt'tlcrcounty. 0, on tbo Mortmain! Kanex RUli-oad, beyond Orangeijol uit) aicc.KM toi-.nd .vithln l 11 to in nly milca ot tlieeity ii tit I'lom $3t>0 to $-IIHi pei annutu. Address, With parte ulai'H, tot il.H-l'.J 1'ort o no-:, N. Y. WANTED?ON OR IN THE IMMEDIATE VICINITY 01 L111011 miuttic, a cinniuodtoua lour Hlni-y Houae, mutalilt for a brat cliiaa bo nding hotiae Ad Iri-xa K ,1. C., box 13d Lit:raid ollue. A'l ooioinuuiealioue intml be post |>aiu., WAM'ED-BY a UESl'tiNSIHLE TENANT, THE loner pait o: llouac, nvo or nix Honiua, with gatt and wat-r; location .11 a re?pec table neighborhood, btRnw Fourteenth street; rent uot to exceed $11011 Addrei n for two duyn llonnc, llernld oil- e. W'ANTED?BY A small. RESPECTABLE FAMILY, A Floor through, constating 01 live rooiua, with modern improvements; runt not to exceed $13 a month; location mum t e on the weal Hide or the city, not above Thirtieth atrcet uur wet 01 Mntli avenue. Hoi. retcieneei gtveo mid required. Would prefer only one other family in the bonne Rent n> advance 11 rci|ulred. Address H. 8., station E Post olttce, Eight 1 avenue, lor one week. WANTED?BY A YOUNU WIDOW LADY, WHOSE time ,a occupied du. tug the nay, a nicely furnished Room, or Room and Bedroin, without board; ruoni unlet coulain gas. and tonus uot to exceed $3 to $3 per week; a pr.vute family or where there are but few boarders preferred. Add re na A L., box lit) Herald otflce. WANTED-FOR \ SSTALL FAMILY, TART OF A House, -uy live or ail rnoina, in a --enteel neighborhood, between Twentieth ami Fortieth streets, aud Lexiugtou and Seventh avenues. Rent $330 to $33t'. Address B K . box 3,1113 i'oat olli. o. I1TANTED-IO RENT, A FEW MILES IN THE COUNTY try, I'ro.-n teu *0 tweuty acre a of good I and, with a an,all, convenieot Houar. A place w ith an orchiiid preferred. Addri-BH, with full particulars ah to rent. BituuUcn and character of btnd, Howard, itauoii D, Eighth street WANTED-A WELL FURNISHED HOUSE, IN.A DE airablu neighborhood; tlxeadTcrttacr'a family la aniatl, and the furniture would be egret till j uaed; rent must nut 0eesd $1,300 per annum. Address, with full particular*, box 97 Post utile. XJff ANTED?IN UOBOKKN, A COMFORTABLE-ROOM, YY fur a single gentleman, without Board. Addreae A , box 796 Poat oitlcc, N. Yi Beat references lati be given. viTtv-ron a uot-ci; id uduol-i.vm with mv w ovs, furnished, by a private family, 111 u good location ; rent not to ci< gcd (MI Address O. H. O , room No. 7 HlUey Buikliugs. WANTED?FOR A SMALL FAMILY AND SERVANT, in a private revpeuuiule family, u Suit ot unfurnished Rooms anil good Beard. dinner at a<? o'ehx k ; lm ation must bo in a good ntighnerbood, between Tenth and Twentyfourth streets, ami Third and Seventh aveuuea. Address I'. D , tt Nassau Hrwt, oBice No A WANTED?A GOOD CORNER LIQUOR STORK, FOR which tint value will be paid in cash. Addieae E. U., 674 Grand atreel. staling whst> situated and terms. Nona other will be uothcd. WANTED?BY A OEMI-E.UAN AND WiEE, THREE Rooms, tor housekeeping, situated between Second and Eighth HveundH and below Thirty-sixth si reel; water in the apartinentn indispensable; would prefer gas, with ueo of bath; reference lirst eia>.?. Address, suiting terms, which in it at br low, D. T, HI) Eighth avenue. WANTED-.V PART OF A HOUSE, POR A SMALL luinily, in a good neighborhood, in Iho rh'iniiy of Broadway and Fourth utrect. Rent must bo mo lerato and with ouly one family. Addreaa J. L. id., Herald nfllee. WANTED?A MEDIUM SIZED H017SE, WITH ALL the modern improvements, in a good neighborhood, where alj or part of toe rent would he taken In board Address, witii full particulars, William, auction *' Foal ofllce. WANTED?BY TWO SINGLE GENTLEMEN, A PLAIN, well Furnished Room, without board, near Broadway, be twee u Uraud and Bond streets. Addreaa JDK, box 1KI Herald oilier, staling U-rma, A< WANTED? I'AIIT OF A HOUSE, EITHER IN HROOKlyn ur New York, with modern improvements, for a gentleman, wile and child lone yoar o.d), within ten minutea' walk of Catharine ferry, In a good location; rent not to exceed $209. Address, staking l ull parlle.alari, w itb stro> t and uumber, as no others will be aotleed, O. A (i , 73 Catharine street, N. Y. References oxchaoged. WANTED?FOR AN AMERICAN FAMILY OF THREE persons, iu a desirable neighborhood, I'xrt of a House, with but one family; a convenient Second Floor, with two Bedroomson the third door; or Parlor Floor, one Basement and two Bedrooms. Rent from $209 to $230. Between Fourteenth and Thirty-I'oui th streets and Second and Ninth aveuuee. W. 11. JACKSON A CO., 801 Broadway. TIT"ANTED?IN WILLIAMSBURG, THE LOWER PART ?? of a House, by a small family; must have water and gas, and tx; near the ferries. Rent not to exceed (223. Address P. A. R., 199 East Twenty lilth street. nfANTED TO HIRE?IN A HOUSE WHERE THERE TV is not more than une or two families, a Fluor containing tlx rooms, with gas and wator; nut must be nioderate. Address, stating fall particulars, E. S. T., Herald office. Wanted to rent-a house in a good lo atlon. completely or partly furnished. Cash will be paid for the furniture. Apply to or adores* PRICE A THOMAS, 878 Broadway HISCELLAIIEOIIS. All SOLAR MATCH-NO SULPHUR THE BUST b <ruing Match for either hilehen, parlor, olUre, tmoker?' or traveflera' use; an cheap ua eulphur Matcher; no sulphur or emrll when burning; sold everywhere. OSce of Solar Match Co , lul and 103 Heekman elicit, N. ?. A sure ci'kk ?cbavinq fob tobacco cured. Bend thirty aii one cent etamrn to O. BPOTHWOOD, 129 Spring etrnet, elation a, New York. <'/TUANOS."-I AM NOW BELLINI) BAKER'S ISLAND U Ouano or the beet quality. Alio other Ouanoe of the meet approved kindi iu quatitltiee to euit purchasers, at the hiweet prices. JOHN B. HARDY, 9fl South street, corner of Well, N. T. ICR FOR SALE ?3,000 TONS OF BRONX RIVER ICE slilecn inrhea thick, will bo eold In quaniltb'a to wuit piirchxarra. Apply at the depot at Weet Ferine, or at No. IB Broadway. _ SAMUEL M. CHEESEMAN. ISAAC PECK, COMMISSION AND INSURANCE AOENT No. 3d I'ina at reel. OlDec hours 9 to 10,12 to 1 a no A to 8 Electa maiiraiicea In flret claae lire and lite companies upon the moet reliable terme. 8|*!dal attention elven 10 fllltnc ortlera for general nierchandlee. Which will he eelected ana hoc oh t with the iitmoet rare and Udellty. or will act ae eae letant buyer For experience, ability, Ac., refrrwrmnand tesUnionlaie of the highest grade la the otty oan be produced. IF ANY PERSON WISHES TO LEAVE OFF THE filthy habit or tobaono (Showing, I will aend a preecription by which at any drug store au article can he obtained for ill come, warranted to cure la any caer. Incloee ten cents, and our red stamp to pay ihe pontage. HENRY H. WOOOHIII.L, m. D Trentnn, n.J. JARS. E MORRIS LIFTER WRITER AND OOPTtST* (L at her rooiua, ?&3 Broadway, eccond floor, back parlsr. oura from 10 A m. till * P.m. N H-To which aha baa added ehlt t making after moet approved Frcucb pattern*. Made to order either by machine or hand. Marble mantels.-the subscriber infoiuss the public that he it selling Ma male, ?c., cheaper than any pereon in the buelncee. Thoee wishing to purcbaeo ehauld call aoon at A KLABER'S mitrble yard. No. 1WEaet Eifkiicmth etreel, wj?t of Third avenue, N Y MANOLB8?SUITABLE FOK HOTELS AND KAMI, lies, of all atyle* at prlcea from til tn *100 Apply a Ui? factory, 7(1 Frankfort ?lr?n( DUNCAN A 8II A Kl PERFECT CURE * OF DISEASES OF THE THROAT AND LUNHft. BY OUR INSUFFLATION TUBE. HEW AND ADPROVED METHOD DR. B. HBONITA. DR. W. Y HUSH. 192 Second avenue, corner of Tweirth street One of Hie 'I'm lore ootMtaeUy In atten'tam PEl.LIIAM FARM HKKDI.INU POTATOES FUR HALE. They are the rarlleal kno*n mid warranted not to rot Apply at Ihonfeocy, No.4 Brie Buildings. Dnane street, New fort M. A .1 LvWfclT SEW1NO MACHINE WANT! O-ONR OF WIIBKLBR A Wllton'a oi drover A Baser'*, bill l.ltle need and In good order Slate I'west price for cusli Add. ? F. H. B., Herald oillce. rB UNION r.'.ET CVRER?UlVBfl 1 Ei F.UKNFETO U. 0 Marehal, R Murray, Daniel Delnvan. City In ' epector) J ,.l .Crittenden, Senet >r. ! k'utnekj. Ofllcc 401 1 Canal etreel, New I ork. fnilOMAB TURNER, DEALER IN SOUTHERN, WEST1 trn and Uent?ee Flour, (choke bakers' brande,) 123 ' Warren etreel, between Washington and Weet aliectn. New i York. Meal, (train and Feed nfall kinds. ' 11/ANTED- A SECOND I . AND HOIST WIIRKL APVV ply tod. M. Walerboun.r. 34 Elliahctb etreet ! SHEET. _ AMtlJiEBlC.TT^^ ^ Y? Arty PROVOST'S THEATRE 1*1 CARROLL AND PEELS Trial l)?ijrr, Wednesday, April 11 A Card.?This la lo certify thai I, the amler.igued, have In mjr possesion the sum o> %aim deposited with me a* make holder in the trial dance between K. M. Carroll and T. J. Peel. The judges chosen are?G M. Feel, U M. Carrull, Harvey D Toueey, Ku'i-rt llan. Rrteree. John Laudere. JOHN VAN TINE, No. JD.y ?trtu?t_ JJARNUM'S AMERICAN MUSEUM COMMODORE NUTT. the Smallest Man alive. T11E BELGIAN OIANT, the laireeatMan alive. rne living hippopotamus, living whale, SE., LION, MAMMOTH HEAR SAMSON. the AQUARIA, with itH multitude of beautllu) LIVING KI8H , the MADAGASCAR ALSl.NO FAMILY: W11AV IS IT* or Man Monkey; LIVING MONSTER SNAKKR. WAX FIOUKES, LIVING HAPPY T till?V, and NEAR A MILLION ouier CURIOSITIES. SPLENDID DRAMATIC PERFORMANCES EVERY AFTERNOON at 3 o'clock, and EVERY EVENING at7^a.eollmiatiokot ? ? UOP 0> MY THUMB: Or, Th? Ooh* and D?ntr, in which COMMODORE NUTT appeals am the DWARF and the HELGIAN GIANT ae the OGRE: other characters by kite Coin tie n v, r one 1 udlng with the magnificent aoene BUWLK OF BEAUTY: followed by THE FARCE. LESSON FOR LOVERS, In which Mix. J. J. PRIOR, Mine C. ALLFOHD, and Meeire. IlADAWAY and NAGLK appear, AdinUkion to all 2i ctioia; children under ten, 16 uente. MELODEON, My BROADWAY." BETWEEN SPRING an l Prince streets. PIONEER CONCERT HALL OF THE WORLD. game to the LAM\ continued novelty. SECOND week of madigan s equestrian troupe, MADIGAN'8 equestrian troupe, if ajhgan s equestrian troupe, m.MHGAN's KjUr.STKIAN troupe, hadrian's b ji kstrian troupe. madigan s equestrian tkoupe. acknowledged by all to be the created equestrian company e c ek'uijam company equestrian company EqUlsTHIaN company ever eeen in the citr. GREAT COMBINATION OF AKTISTE8. GREAT COMBINATION OF ARTISTES. great combination of ARTISTES. All the Stars appear, comprising the uooat Beautiful Equestrians, j Somerset Throwers, u?rtr>, Yaultara, and the great performing Hm sea and Ponies, MLLK. MARIE, tie great female An"tiai tin rider, lust npptiaraure in N. York. JOSEPHINE OAT-MANNA, the culeinatrd F'reu h L.tusirieune. Mh. JAMES MAD (CAN, tbe celebrated leaper, luuller, and only Double Somersaulter In the country. FRANK OA Kl'ENTER, th'- great Hurdle Rider. VALENTINE OENZKIl. in Ilia great til e r A t. AVGUHTE SKTUKISI AND JOSEPHINE OA I.hi ANN A, In Double Acle. Look at o or Iiaua: niinliUulion. MISS EVA BREST. SAM SliARPLEY, FATTTE STEWART, MISS A DELE I'ALLA, MISS SE1URIST, With the Munttiiuib i ,inpan> of the Melnleon, numbering 1110 PERFORMERS Feat* on the Sia-'h Wire by Prof. Gardiner. Al'fil STE NKIGRI8T will lutroduee hl? EDUCATED DUO, LAGER HIKK. EDUCATED DOG, LAGER BIER, EDUCATED DOO, LAOKU MIER. EDI GATED DOG, LAGER BIER. EVA BRENT will alng the lollowing aongn:? A Soldier'a Tear, Cherry Ripe, Our Banner's Conaudlation, new and original. ? v SAM SliARPLEY * HAM KHARPLKY 8AM SllARl'I.KY SAM SliARPLEY SAM SHARP!,KY. BAM SHARPLEY. Win ting a new ,ontnibnnd duty, cmiileu "Marching On," written ekpreaal* for >Sam Hharpley. ASCENSION ON THE TIUHT ROPE ASCENSION ON THE TIGHT ROPE ASCENSION ON THE TIGHT ROPE ASCENSION ON TUB TIGHT HOPE ASt'ENSIGN ON THE TIGHT ROPE ASCENSION ON THE TIGHT ROPE ASCENSION ON THE TIGHT HOPE ASOKNSlON ON THE TIGHT ROPE ASCENSION ON THE TIOIIT ROPE ASCENSION ON THE TIGHT ROPE by He infant 11LOND1N and the beautiful Mile. Bof A. Mile. R08A. Mile. ROSA. Mile. rosa. Mile. ROSA. Mile. rosa. Mile. rosa. Mile. rosa. 1HE ROMAN GLADIATORS, THE ROMAN GLADIATORS. THE ROMAN GLADIATORS, by the Denier Brother*. COMIC ACT, an affair of honor, AN AFFAIR OF honor, am-affair of honor, t am -affair of honor, f an affair of Honor, an affair of honor, BY |3AM sHAHPEY and FATTIK STEWART. - GRAND TUMBLING ACT, GRAND TUMBLING act GRAND TUMBLING ACT, URAND TUMBLING ACT, BR TWENTY-FOUR GYMNASTS GREAT 111 hole act, by frrd. CARPENTER. ddihpip.t. ,iT nr iinntn.'UiUCHi* uy muj!. ma hie. JAMBS MADltJAM, jambs maduian, jamkh ma dig an, JAMBS MADIUAN, JAMES MADIGAN, the sreateel eomeriiaiill throw u iu America. GRAND STEEPLE CHASE by the highly trained ' " * ' AFRICAN GORILLAS, ridden by their Arabian Steed*. The enure company of the MELODEUN, Humbert over ONE HUNDRED PERFORMERS, ONE HUNDRED PERFORMERS, ONE HUNDRED PERFORMERS, ONE HUNDRED PERFORMERS, ONE HUNDRED PERFORMERS, ONE HUNDRED PERFORMERS, ONE HUNDRED PERFORMERS, ONE HUNDRED PERFORMERS, ONE HUNDRED PERFORMERS. ONE HUNDRED PERFORMERS, who apocar nightly in their various acta, rnpaitlng any place i?i*Aiiiiii''meiit In New Yore. Kern'mlur, a GRAND EQUESTRIAN AND OONCERT MATINEE GRAND EQUESTRIAN AND CONCERT MATINEE GRAND KQUESTKIAN AND CONCERT MATINEE GRAND EQUESTRIAN AND CONCERT MATINEE GRAND EQUESTRIAN AND CONCERT MATINEE grand equestrian and concert matinee GRAND EOIPSTRIAN AND CONCERT MATINEE GRAND EQUESTRIAN AND CONCERT MATINEE GRAND EQUESTRIAN AND CONCERT MATINEE GRAND EQUESTRIAN AND CONCERT MATINEE UtkuLtf ulace ?u th# MELODEOM, vty BROADWAY. EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY, EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY, EVERY WEDNESDAY AND 8ATTKDAY, EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY, EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY, EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY, EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY, EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY, EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY, EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY, EVERY WKDNKSHAY AND SATURDAY, EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY, EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY, EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY, EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY, EVERY WEDNESDAY AND 8ATURDAY, EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY, EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY, EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY, EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY, for the accommodation 01 LADJES AND FAMILIES, LADIES AND FAMILIES. LADIES AND FAMILIES, LADIES AND FAMILIES, LADIES AND FAMILIES, LADIES AND FAMILIES, LADIES AND FAMILIES. LADIES AND FAMILIES, LADIES AND FAMILIES, r LADIES AND FAMILIES, 1 BEAUTIFUL BILL OK PERFORMANCE BEAUTIFUL HILL OF PERFORMANCE BEAUTIFUL BILL OF PERFORMANCE BEAUTIFUL BILL OF PERFORMANCE BEAUTIFUL BILL OF PERFORMANCE BEAUTIFUL BILL OF PERFORMANCE will b? glveo. Every at-eomtnoaalion ku been madn for visitors 10 render Ibelr stay pleasant and agreeable. Don't '"'{vEDNKKDAY AND SATURDAY AFTERNOON, WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY AFTERNOON, WEDNESDAY AND SATUHDAY AFTERNOON, WEDNESDAY ANO SATURDAY AFTERNOON, WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY AFTERNOON, Wfc.DNh.KDAY AND SATURDAY AFTERNOON, WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY AFTERNOON, WEDNfc.nl)AI AND SATURDAY AFTERNOON, WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY AFTERNOON, WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY AFTERNOON, commencing at T.tRKE O'CLOCK. THREE O CLOCK. THREE O'CLOCK. 1URKE O CLOCK, THREE O'CLOCK. THREE O'CLOCK. Admission 13 cent*. <Jrchc*tra seat* cent*. Remember the MRLODEON, ?S# Broadway. \\l ASHINOTON, 0. C. TV AKlilNOTON, D. C. GRt ITER'S THEATRE (the New National) eeate eighteen hundred persona Newly built and Ulted In the highest etyle of architectural at i decorative art. THE DOME AND CKILIMUS BY BOHMER, the designer and superintending artist of the superb ornamentation In tho new Capitol (U. B.) THE STAGE. VISTA AREA AND THE HCENEBY, now and eubperb, by thatm .eterof eceitlcart,, CHARLES UKTZ. Win BO rompletcd *od first opened to tbo public the tnat.t oi " EASTER MONDAY, APRIL ?, 1SC2, With the geuial Irisbinan, JOHN COLLINS, *rd * COWr.DY COMBINATION QF THE RAREST EXCELLENCE. MRS. J.OTTY HOUGH, MR. DANIRL KBTI1CELL, MISS JENNIE .PARKER. MR. II L. TILTON, Asnleled by A I.ARHE DRAMATIC COMPANY OF THE FIRST ARTISTS before the publl;. Two intervals during the season are open for negotiation Willi stars ol tM first popntnrtty. 1 ^ _ ATMIM Cng*H?'U **" *>*>-*- ...?. ?u.?M V VU I..V Ciornlog of April 1& LEONARD OROVKR, ^ a anlnngton, O. C. ? MUTATIONAL dentm. UAI LISK.,' HIXTU a\k'iT nn?, rornor of Twonty-nonOnA mrrot ? l-a-rnt, mom nuleM. hcauUlul palmit "Ounwtl|M T-ntlt." HeuiW U> ?4A, old *). Dnntlntry giuiranlnel. Filling .1111 eilracUti; tooth without paNi. hntwhltnhodl AO. Kirn or*m1i m awarded. Dr. lANtOW. UnttlA TV ANTED?TO TKAV HlT/wnilV* KIKHVT'LAH?7 lot" ' V? nort troupo, Agooil P nor,''iwapetent to ?tng nopm A".; none utnci need apply. AUiWrno, luiiuudiwrljr, tiou. IV t? Ctil'1t?TliiK A Hon", iHN Rronirw *y.^ AM nnh FOR A D toil A* a'OF AUSTRALIA. OUT JpO.'/UO $13,OW), all mnplctn, allowing tn? tornm, p.antn, wild anlman, blrde, An.; a gmat nliauou tur uit enlerprinliig maul will on tiungo. K. ULAKR, U Chamber* nl root. OANCINO ACADK1MKS. BROOKF.H' DAVrtNO AAIADEMV, 361 lUOuMJi mreot Open all the year. Cloning nolimn for tlio sennnn ,-w Wcdnrnday. April I A. Wfilnon.iay, April U. ,6 1MUMEMKST8. **> ^g- J A CADKMY OK MUHIO. A TUK*DA Y. APRIL IB. IW. I TIIE LI1 BIN BROTHERS, IKREDEBiC AND JLIKUUti ia their de'igbtful SOIREES MAGIQUES, which have elicited tl>? ucmI enibusiaiitlu encomiums from the must at.ate, ctilieal and leliued uiiuds of Europe. -eamoln" llicm a* THE MASTER SPIRITS OK THE NEC Roll ANTIC ART. THE LUBIN BROTHERS transforming the A xil-n J luto a ma i.iik cut Wixardiari CAGUOSTROMANIUEUM. Oil, LI'BIN IAN CABALISTIC BOUBOIR, Appointed in the biguert and moat artistic style of ipltuler and elegance. wltb an apparatus, paraphernalia and "intra en scene." THE MOST GORGEOUS IN THE WORLD. Reallriim all the brilliancy of A POET 8 DREAM OK THE REALMS OK MAOlQ, I1ARVEV B DODWORTH wiu conduct the Orund Or h -tra. __ PHOOKAMME KoK MONDAY EVENING. Overture, NABUCCO. . Conductor H. B. Dodwori _ ore am kjkst. THE EOYPTIAN ASTROLOGER. LA PAVORITA DE8 LUBINS. TIIK CRYSTAL CASKET. 1L HARLEQUIN D'lTALIA, the only one o! the k.nd lu the world. THE FRENCH TAILLEIJR. ? , , CAUUOSTUO'S DICE. Selection* from "UnBallo in Maschera" OrehMtt# Ueuii of Uie Opera H. B Dodworth . PRKAM SECOND. NEPTUNE'S BtSIN OK GOLD PISH. 8P1KI1UAL RAPPING EXPOSE. TIIH BANKRUPT S REBOURvlE. LA RK.STORAZItiNR MYS IKttlEUBE. ESCAMOTAGE DEB LUBIN. Admiuton SO MtIA (No extra, bur^e for Iteaerved Seat*.) Proscenium boxea Sli Dollar* Seat* in Private boxea * One Dollar Amphitheatre 26 cents. Doors open i; commence at 8 o'clock Boj office open i.Ua> t roui 8 A. M to 6 P. x. x Acansnr or Mosic, > TIai.r ra*r Niivk o'clock, Monday evening. I The v-ademy ta crowded from parquet todome with A most brilliant and lashionable audienoo. The Lubtn Soiree* are a grand and decided success. Great Canterbury music hall, BX.1 BROADWAY. CROWNED WITH SUCCESS. FILLED TO REPLETION WITH THE ELITE OP TEE CITY. EVERYTHING KRK8U AND ORIGINAL. No stale ImrlexqnvH and worn out clowns; tm nigger performers year* b l.md the age; no sawdust resources; no Pas lailelpilla M'rrlll ,(j |?K. KVPTl htllg legitimate as.j respectable THE CHEAT CANTERBURY, THE LEADER DP ALL CONCERT IIALL8, HIE CHEAT lNdTITl HON OK THE METROPOLIS. INCREASED ATTRACTION INCREASED AITRACTION FOR THIS WEEK. FOR TIIIH WEEK TIIE BEAUTIFUL ZANIRIJTTA, tiie heal Tlr'UL zanfre tta, the; bl'iacllKl'L zanpretta, the BEAUTIFUL zanpketta, Wh0M> era i ful and daring performance an tiie vivaNDIEKK and the flower girl upon the tight rope Haa created tiie most intense excitement, Will appear IN ENTIRELY NEW acts BILLY BIRCH w ben cotton, BILLY BIRCH 5 ben ootpom BILLY BIRCH o ben ootton, la a bunt of new feature*. _ SONGS, dances. dualities, extravaganzbb, ao, THE CARLO FAMILY, THE CARLO pam1ly, THE CARLO FAMILY, Including the wonderful BABY CLOWN, in a variety Ol beautiful acta, and in TUB GRAND RAVEL PANTOM1MB. GO STAVE UIDB.VUX. J. A. HERMAN aud GEORGE germalne, In tbelr popular Ballad*. Songs and Cborunen. miss kathleen O'neiu miss kathleen o'neil In new Irish Sung* and Dancea. the clifford sisters, Mile. ADELAIDE PRICE, Mi.. HATTIB BNtiKL, r. m, carroll. In hi. Champion Jig. the canterbury minstrels, , the canterbury minstrels* And all the company, in A programme of great MBRlfe grand MATINEE on saturday, at 2 p. M. i ( Hope chatel, 720 buoadway. ? seventh month seventh month seventh month seventh month ""SVU-nw voyage, WHALING VOYAGE, WHALING VOYAGE, i WHAJUNO VOYAGE, I Incomi-nit. 1 _ boat scenes. ev at scenes. boat scenes. boat scenes. ^nramvlauohter BURBTB or MERE1MBRT GREET THE BOAT BcENEB. greet the boat scenes. GREET THE BOAT SCENES. ' grket the boat scenbs. Wednesday and Saturday afternoons at S o'sfcck. Admission J5 cents; children 13 eenta. _ American music hai.t,. 444 444 444 444 444 444 444 444 BROADWAY. THE MUSIC HALL OF THE MASSES. SOARING FAR ABOVE ALL RIVALRY. 8eGlng to all other managements A GLORIOUS EXAMPLE OF ENERGY, INDUSTRY AND ENTERPRISE, The surest guides te success. , The American Music Hall, hall of the masses. Id the hearts of the people all others surpasses I Crowded full every night from the stage to the door, _ New attraction each erenlns at 444. THE BEST CONDUCTED. THE BEST MANAGED Alfl> THE MOST RESPECTABLE CONCERT HALL IN AMERICA. Rewarding our untiring efforts with a brilliant succession of magnificent triumphs, eclipsing every other place Of atnuseiueui In the city. BEHOLD THE BRIGHT 8CR0I.L OF TALENT. TONY PASTOR CHARLEY WHITH, tony pastor cuarlky white, L. SIMMONS, BOB HART, H. LESLIE, JOHNNY WILD, c. GARDNER, MAST. TOMMY, ERNESTINE DE FA IB BR, MAZE SCHULT/.E. AMELIA WELLS, MILLIE FLORA. TIIE BEAUTIFUL CORPS DB BALLET, Directed by the h ading "Mnltre <te Ballet" of the age, MONK. I'ABl. BRILUANT. GRAND MANTIS EE ON SATURDAY AFTERNOONS. Several strtkt-,gm? cities lu active preparation. ROBERT t?.BUTTLER, sole Pioprletor and Manager. HONS. LA TUOKNB, Stage Manager. COPARTNERSHIP NOTICKS. ^ A PERSON BATING CONSIDERABLE CAPITAL AY1 hlanommsnd, would like to form a partnerahlp with a good photographic operator, who la now doing a good badness and wishes to extend. Address Photographer, bsx 3,044 New York Post office. A PHYSICIAN, HAVING A PRETTY CI'XJD PRACtiee, designing to go to Europe in a tew days, wishes te get snolhsr physician tu take his place. Apply at MS Spring street. A GENTLEMAN, PERFECT MASTER OF ONE OF the most delicate, respectable and remunerative branches of the medieel profession, wishes some ens with $300 (o $1000 to take charge of the outside bustnsaa, whtob may be enlarged to any extent He has the best of profee* siO'al reputation in Canada, Ac., where he has jmetae# with the greatest seoeesa. Address Optica, box Ml Herald office. COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.-A PHT8IC1AN WISHES n Partner, to engage In a lucrative and strictly legitimate business. None but those having some capital need answer. Unexceptionable references, both professional and otherwise, given. Address Surgeon, station D. TVMNTI8TRY.?A GENTLEMAN, HAVING A THOJJ rough knowledge of dentistry, with considerable expertenM tit (he stierhant,'wl HanertmanI id ddllmiid nf mdklltN in engagoineat with a first clsae dentist, either as partner er lawman!. Beat of reference given. Address Experience, box Ml Herald office. Partnership.?a good paying business for Hale, town town, established for thelaat lOyeara; la peyiag well, wiii' b can be aeea by any party wlahlng to laeeetfjiaae it; It will bear the closest Inquiry and the beat of refarenee Ken. Agents will pleaae not anawer. Addreaa J. 0? boa Herald office. PARTNER WANTED?IN THE MANUFACTURING OP 8o!t Hata, by a young man wbo baa a large Aral elaae caah trade. Any party baying a good work ahop will And thla a Hoe chance. Addreaa Soft Hate, Hera>d office, far one week. PARTNER WANTED?WITH FRO* 91.000 TO 9*000, X ma manufacturing bualneae. A ldreaa, with real name. Factory, bo* 178 Herald office. WANTED-A SMART, ACTIVK YOUNG MAN, WITH one or two thouaand dollar*, to engage, with the adyertleer, in the drug manufai'taring bualneia; hie time would be occupied travelling moailr; nnne need anawer but thoee having the mooey. Addreaa L. A., Hera.d offioe. ffiOftn ?PARTNER WANTED, IN A FIRST CLASS JpOU". brokerage ami comintaaion bualneaa, profits large and no rtak. Alan a partner wanted, with 1300 capital, In a respectable travelling bualneaa coining money rapidly. Inquire before 11 A. *., or from t Ull d P. *., at MIS and WS Broadway, reom No. S. J.OAA -PARTNER WANTED, IN A WELI. K8TABirOUUi Uehed caah bualnem. An active man. with about $?!, tan meet with a chance to aecuro a permanent bualneaa and an income of at least SAW monthly. W. MAITLAND, 10* Broadway. ?1 IIHA -A PERSON WITH THIS AMOUNT, AND tpi.UUU* good bualneaa qualifications, wlahee to unite himself with a house already eatalillahed. In snms -ale, paying buelaoss, or would loan the amount on good aeeunty and receive a salary for hla services. Address, with name, bua?nean, do., Kdgerton, hot 109 Herald office. _ (?1 tlAA -PARTNER WANTED. IN A GROCERY sPL.^'rvf. and Provision Store, doing from $4ffi) to $M*) weekly; the rlghtkind ol man can have every lalonaatloa and partlculata regarding the ^'^'tlaNU 'iot aroJwSy"' (to lUin ?PARTNER WANTBD IN A LIGHT AND VAillUU. nr.'ilPtide i.u |nras, In whl h sales is a large iniOMtiU'Aii be atf^ctad. K?>oU nnui a change af unuau* flOud ntniufl 'tE o flora Itself I iKri^ UMi ott Mfin. gooa proapa t* ontn na ^ i^ITuANJJ, 10*Broadway. ?0 rnii nils AM<>' NT wii.i, 1'ui. iiASK ONH ?D.Z i)UUi Imlf interest In line >r the best lorated snd "a ess svskm mini oar 1U Herald o.Hre. . $r /\gWI ?WANTED, a rBRSO* WIIO 1'AN EUR ).UaJv. liNh in eaau in takr ftn luiarrat In a ni'in f?. tnry. alrrady laMtaheilj "ilea entirely lor caab Ad,"ilia J. U O., l"o? 4,MM I'oat oBI.-a. ,T> 1 r /win -1'ARINEK wanted, to join a oen?DlO.'"v""? tit-man of long arperirnre, to manrlarinvo ail article of greni dona nil whirr baa tmneito bm-ti imunited; forty imr ctnl ?lut> *??vrit J $ !t>?,tW0 can b? turn* A over tna urat imp, '-r iuARO, lot Bronoway. t

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