Newspaper of The New York Herald, April 19, 1862, Page 7

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated April 19, 1862 Page 7
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BALKS AT AVCTIOIf. A~ U0T10N NOn- K-I> D CACl.KI.N-l AUCTIONEER. OFFICE 315 BROADWAY. LiAUUE SALE OF RiUU A-NLI COSILY , llOUisKUOLD FURNITURE, , ELEGANT KOSEWOOD PIANOFORTE, KObi.WOiiD l'AKl.OK SUITS IN BROCATEL, VALUABLE PAINTINGS, ARTIsTIt BRONZES, M iBBLE o ROUPS, AC., AC. D. D. CAULKINS A CO. will sell, tins d .> Satur .ay . April l'J, at the elegant priiati residence, *13 Well Kunriecith atreri. between EigkiU uud Ninth avenues, cuuiiiieu lug at 10^ o'clock A. M. The sale o mi rises the iitlrc contents uf the house. The elegant Purior Put u ture was made to order uud is iusolid n.s .vood. Tbu whole tvill be sold to Hie highest bidder fur cask, offering extra iiidareiiieuta lu parch.,sits. an the entire furniture of the house i, nearly new, and must be sold, owing to removal. E.egant roxewuod Pianoforte, ret-n uclave, with all modern improvement! ' overstrung baas, Ac., eual 3." I, with guaranti e tor thrae j years; ri It rosewood Stool. cot red in aat.n ami embroidered Cover; three elegant lull suits of rosewood Parlor Furuiture, lu rich brocade and satin; losewood K luge res, splendid and costly Parian Ornaments, rich Vases, Ac.; aiso. a magnUJct" t collection of rum Paintings, rosewood Turkish Ease Chairs, in line reps; rosewood Centre and Side marble top Tables, ri hly carted Chamber Sulla, in rosewood and mahogany; Bureaus, caned Bodst ads, over COi yards o. ele. ?uut Velvet, liiusaiue <ntl Ingrain Carpets; VVi-hstuuds, Sola leda, in flnu hair chilli; ten pure Ualr Mattress. *, front 40 to Mi p oimis, made lo order, anil in euelleut condition; Dining Room Knrniluie?consisiH of line oak Extension Table, Silver Ware, ricu China, Ivory and silver Cutleiy, forks, Spoons, Ac., wltli heavy rut and engraved Glassware of every dtSiT.piiuii. Sale positive. N. B.?Tie above Furniture i- of the best description, end offers extraordinary luiluci menistobo isekee|ieraaudoih rs. A coin]ieieiit person in atieniiaine lo cart, puck and ship igoods for purchasers, at a rem- enable eburte. Auction notice. LARUE HA1.E OF DAMAGED GOODS. THIS DAY, SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1802, At our atop s, Nos. f and 11 Park pla :c ami No. 8 Murray street. Consoling in part of 2,000 Linen Damask Tuole Cloths 6U0 linsun D ints-k Napkins and Towels, 6,(XK) dozen Lim n Camnfic HundkervlUefs, all qualities. 400 plet?s 0-1 Blin k Alpacas. 200 plot es frt Colored Co urge. 500 pieces Black Italian Cloths, 1,000 p e es Canvass Padding. 101) nleci s line Linen Drilling. 1.500 spool* Skirt Tape*. Tlio alovtf Uuods were slightly damaged by water at the receut lire iu Duane street, and will be sold without reserve, tfor account of whom It m.ty concern. ALSO FOR ACCOUNT OF UNDERWRITERS, BURLAl'8?17 bales (170 pieces) 40 inch Burlaps, damaged on the voyage. Catalogues and goods now ready. ALnO EXTRA AND 8I*ECIAL SALE OF STRAW AND PALM LEAF GOODS. 900 cases assorted Straw Goo is. ALSO 100 eases Palm Leaf Hoods. To which the espec al attention of buyers is invited. WM. TOPPING A CO., Auctioneers. Adrian h. muller. auctioneer. EXECUTORS' SALE OF HESTER STREET PROPERTY. ADRIAN II. MULLER will sell at auction, on Tuesday, April 22, nt 12 ltoon, at the Merchants' Excoange. by order of the exeeiitors of Sophia V, Duuxhee, deceased, the two lory frame II ouso and Lor 205 Hester strc t. north side 25 feut east of Baxter street, lot 26x50 feet; teitn i, ten per cent on day of sale and balance in thirty days, i or further particulars apply lo C. J. and E. D Witt, ultoriilex, No. 88 Nassau atreet, or to the Auctioneer, 35 Wall, All. MULLER. AUCTIONEER, WILL SELL ON TUES. day, April 22, at 12 51., at 5(ercbants' Exchange, ll not . sold at pritate sale, northwest corner 10th itv> nueand Tliirtyflrststrecl, adjoining Hudson Uitcr Railroad depot. Maps, ( Ac., at 35 Wall slreot. A JOSEPH L. 851ITII, AUCTIONEER, WILL SELL this day, at 10>4 o'doca, at 137 Eighth street, uenr Broadway, one Piano, three rosewood Parlor Suits, r>s-wooil and mahogany Hedroom Suits, loaliogsny and maple Chairs; Rockers, 1'Ier G ases, Tallies, Urunxel- and Ingrain Carpets, Oil Paintings and every thing belungiug to a Hist class ho.i.-e. Auction notice.-m. doughty, auctioneer. Peremptory sale of first class Household Furniture, Caipets. Mirrors. Ar. M. DOUGHTY, will sell this day at 10>? o'clock, at galesi room, No.I 5 Nassau street. A large sNsortiiieut of Furniture, consisting In part of solid rosewood parli r Suit, lovered in broratei; mahogany da. In hair cloth; Brussels Tapestry Carpets, Seereiarv and Library Book Cases, marble top Centre Tutdes, Lace Window Curtslnaaiid Cornices, Exu n?ion Dining Tables, Bullets, Dining Chairs, Dressing Bureaus, Washstan Is, Bedsteads, liitir Mattre-ses, Palliasses, LouticeV, Oilcloths, Ac., Ac. Auction notice.?e. roth, auctioneer, will sell this morning at o'clock pr-. cisriy, the elegant Furniture ot a family leaving the city. No. 12d Waverley place, east of Sixth avenue, consisting of tw Parlor Suits; each suit cons six of Sola, one Arm, one Reception and four medallion hack Chairs, covered iu brocatil on I ndlk figured n p?; rosewood Etugeres, Centre and Si le Taldes, Curtains, Oval Mirrors. Paintings, Vases, rosewood and ma-" ' hognny Bedsteads Buie.tus. Washatand*, Hair Mattr.isscs, Bt us, Bedding, Sofa Beds, Lounges. R a'kers, Mirrors, . Snriuc Seat Chairs, (linns. China and Silver Ware: Tohle Cutler)*, Ac. Sale nos tlvc. All the goods must be removed forty-eight hours after the sule. Term* cusli, tu bankable money. Auction notice.?m. b. chapman, auctioneer El. gant tlrst clan* Household Furniture, Pianoforte*, Piloting*. .Statusrv. Parlor Suit*. Chamber Furniture, Oak Dining Room Furniture, Velvet Carpet*, China 0 namrnta, Ac., to be peremptorily . sold at auction, thl* day (Saturday), at 11 o'clock, at lite pit* vate teaidenen 48 Wi lt Sivteeuth Strret. between Filth and Sixth avenues, consisting of rosewood ami b ark walnut 8ulle, covi red with brucnt-d and rep*; Centre Tuble, Ktageren. Bookcase, Mirror*, C ock*, Oruainema. Paintings, i.y eminent artists; seven oclatr rosewood Piniiolorte, made by Broadway maker*: Uatstauil, fit cloth, S air Cwrpel B treaur, Bedale tds, Wardrobe*, M atresse*, liiankrta, Toilet Sets, Bed Canopy, Extension Table, Sideboard, Dinner and Tea Set*, cut and engraved Claiuwarr, soli.I Silverware, Casters, Spoon*, Forks, NapUn Kings; also a large assortment ' Of Basement and Kitchen Furni ure. N. B.?fhr House to let; poesusaion immediately. Inquire of tho auctioneer. Auction notice.?wm. witters, acctiofBsr. llKNKT PALMER will iteil, at tue New York la. eraail'*, Sixth avenue and Thirty-ulath street, on Tuesday, 23d, at 13 o'clock, Horae*, Wagons, Harness, Ac. Auction sale of eleuant furniture?made to order bv Brooks.-COLE A MUKPJIY will sell on Monday. April 31, at ltM Phnvpont street, Brooklyn, ail ilie ele.'.ani Furniture in the house, cooamiug ot solid rcsatroo t Parlor 8uit*. In brocade; rosewood Etagere, rosewood aud bla k walnut Bureau* and Bedsteads, extra argo Pier Olasses, Cloth and loxce Window Curtains, Velvet and Bnts eh Taisniirv Carpet*. Extension Table, Buffet, oak Cbatrs, Oilcloths, Iiall Siun.l ami Chairs, Ac. Auction sale of valuable water power and Buddings of an extensive Manilla, t ,ring Establish, nctn, at Mnttrawan, New Y'urk, April 3d ai ll> o'clock A. it., bv order of the Supreme Court. Fori ari.c i.ars of the proBurly sc.* handbills, to te bad of LEONARD A liUDD, 17i Water street, New York. Boots and shoes.?wm. n. iiollincsue\d, atinloneer, will *ell ou Monday. Ami 21. a* of- A M the entire stix-k of Boot* and Shoes of every t/escrip ion. lu lots 10 still purchasers, Mwntii.irtnrlnc Utensils, bin it .mdshoe "Tree* La?i?, Trim1 s, I'mhrellHS, De*ks, Counter*. Fixtures, Ae., together with the ?lore In lei; all to the highest nlddrr-. rain or shine. Catalogues on tlie moraine of sa'e. JOHN VI1VTE, .Ir., li Thlnf avenue, opposite Cooper L'11 ion and Bible It i ae. BY JAMES M. SILLKB, AUCTIONEER?Tt EsdaY April 22, at 12 (j'r', at the Merchant* Kxi Imnge, the tint* rlao thno story an I basement House No. 226 West Ft teenlh street, between Me.ruth aud Eighth monies. IIjis- 21.9x16, lu ion.;:, tj orurr. Can ho acta at any 111110 previous in sjle. DANIEL A. MATHEWS, AUCTIONEER, WILL SELL tliti ill y (i'vnriia.v), ill l'it? o'cl uk, at lit* salesroom K". 79 No a i . rt, near full d itn t, a largo aaaortatsjtl ( I clsgan' II mi- hold Knmliure, corg.-ting ui pirtot t?. wood Parlor U*i, Etagere*, Ci n re Talnea, Pre; h plate Pier Minora, ri> li La e Curtains, C irnioeg, Vo vet, t'r u-sel* and Ingrain Carpet*; oak ami vr.ilni t KtfTs, Ex nslon "Timles, Dinli gClairs, elegant ro ewotnl, n.ano ;aii) and xvalnnt Krfn li H~U?'i ahs; llulr M.iltrraaea, Feather b '? Divas. Ing Buiruus, WnMhia uts, Toilet troekery. A'so a quantity ot Furn.tnro removed iron* * private rsatdenoc. consisting ot Bcdsb nils, Bureaus, Chair*, mahogany Sofa*, Ko kcrs, Tnrkiah ?n*y Chairs, ms? no <d Lounge, Mosquito N-t?, China and (jlata Ware, Window Shades. Engravings, Fto>r Cloth*, Kin hen Furniture. Ac. Catalogue* now ready. oiv *. n~D~3< 'HencTcT "a u cr ion b e il M EilANT SPAN OF HORSES, COl'PE AND 1IAR- i NLS3. i St EDWARD 80IIKNCK, on thin day. 19th Inat , at 12 O'e. M.. at In* saesroniiis No* 1M *nd 167 Broadway, . an < la-ant span of long tall hay Horae*, eight years old, . hound, kind and gentle I'l eiery wr?y, rery stylish add of groat lu-auty. Alao au C mia and double Harness. ALSO, A beautiful black Hot**, seven year* old; I* an elegant lady's atddle home, and has only b-eu used as such for the last two years; Is perfectly sound, kind and gentle, and |ierfact lu every way. Also, au elegant lady'* Saddle uud Bridle. ALSO, A beautiful hay II <rse, eight yairs old. perfectly sound, '. kind and gentle: It rery sir! eh, line In harness or undsr the . saddle, for which be has been mostly used. Also, a gentle nan's Saddle aud Bridle. ALSO, A thoroughbred sorrel Ilurse, by lmpor!e! Tru*iee. has xbeen used fur lha last two years only at a saddle horse, kind, i hound and gentle. Alt), a superior English Middle and Bridle, sud Blanket. The whi le ol the elegant establishment tnny be eeen and tried prevtoua to the sale, by application at the ollica af the auctioneer. ' ALSO, A beautiful Jagger Wagon, made to order hy Tonnes; also, A four wh el Dag Cart. The whole to be positively sold without reserve. I EDWARD RCIIF.NCK, M'l'TtOsEER. 1 2 TI1E CEI.EHKA1KD TKOTflNU HORSE JACK CADE. By EDWARD SCHENCK. on Saturday afi?rn v?n, 19th Iimi., at 5 o'clock T. M , *t Vmu Ic wat"r'* Club llun**, m ar 12tth etri slftai eels bra tsd horse Jack Cade, warranted per- I fei tly kind, sound and gentle, for which the written guarantee of the owner will be given, together with n light Waei n, which lias only been usul two weeks, ami llgl t Harness, ; ni.'.de by Low den lo order; also Blanket Whi., .*. The ' whole lo be p uslttrely sold w ithout rem rve. ( an I e Men at ' the pitrate (table In Mutt street. one door below Ble < ker ' a'reet, unit I day of salt'. I J?DWARD 8CIIBNCK, AUCTIONEER. SPAN OK FAST HORSES. WAOOM AND HARNESS, | Br EDWARD hCHENOK. on t SATURDAY, APRIL 1?, I At Are o'clock P. M.. at 1 VANlE VATER A CLUB HOUSE, near ISSth street, a s|Mn of elegant black llorsee, |4t{ Inn Is hnth, (' rfei tly tualrlu d; c* ami nine years old; warranted a sound, k.nd nuil gem.--; a splendid teini foe a asaUsMMi w r an trot inside ni J !?> together; cost the present owner i Airs) Also a Light H'aiiin, Double Ilarnese, Blankets, i W hip, .|e. Will be po< lively soi l without reserve. Can be 1 teen at the private stable in Mott street, one door below i Bleecker, until dsf of sale. j TODWARD SINT7.ENICH, AlCTIDNKER.-SUPEBB l X!i sloi h of rich ftrsi rl#n llou-ehaid Kuinr.ure, nianuiae- i tilled by Mr. T. C. Hough'- n. C. W. DAVENPORT will sell . sin Tuesday and Wednesday rest, at 10X oM-ck each day, on the premises. Bit and ol6 Broadway, the entire stock < t . elegant Kurnliare now in the extensive warer uns of Mr. . H'lughton, who Is abont removing on tha 1st of M?y. The . look com prist * ? v.ry rich si d varied issortnienl of ele,ant i goods, manufactured In the nest manner and warranted | oi|ual to any sue k In the market. Chamber Furniture In- | dudes very elegantly rurved roiewood, black wa'nut, ak i and mahogany Be Isteads, Hun a us, atalusrjr marble tons and , gate gla-s, Washs'andv Commodes. Arm' lree, War-frol es, i a-y Chairs, Lnnnges, Cribs, Cradles, A". P. tlor Fiirm- , tore?flnperb a* o tiueul In tos wood and black walnut, en . suite; IIV, 11,11 rm bark Ring res, Centre, rt d H i.s end . Frill y Tables, Easy and lloec'itlon Chairs, Ea~retoires, Music . I Cabinets, Mr. Dining Ro im, Library and It ill Furniture . include very rich and veiled styles ol oak and black walnut Bulla, Buffi ta, Sideboard* and Extension Tables, Library snd I Hail T*bles, llall Stands and Chairs, Ruukease* an I Chairs, together ?Ith the usual lailety ol articles lound iu a hrei < class stock I'cf has rt wishiug storage uutll iite 1st 9( May < t San be accoutioodatetk I J BALKS AT AUCTION. lUSItL A MATHEWS. AUCTIONEER, WILL BELL, It IMadn' (S?tur?l?y), at lln'eu marble lop oak L'ouul' r; also a nue * :? a aa.nut Ollire Hulling, a lot ol Other Leaks, Tables. ('lialrii, He r Oiolha, At-'. EDWaRD SEINTZENICH, Al'trriONBER-C. W. DA VtNl'OKT, 117 Nus?au sireet, will ?eU this day, AprU id. at 12 o clock pr cisely, to i>ay advances, a large yllt traiun Pier Olaaa and Console Table i platr'.WxS6); coat $140. Also I large black walnut Sideboard (Sfeot 'J Inchoa wklc>, n.arLile top coat $130. To be eoM wiu.uul reserve. Edward sintzenicii. auctioneer. STOCK OF A FIRST (L \S.S CABINET MAKER AND U 1'HdESI'EitEU. By 0 W. DAVENPORT, tliia day, Anril I#, at 10^ o'olo- k. tt the salesrooms 117 Nua.uu street, u p irtioo of the elegantly aasorleil stock ot a eahinel uiuker and upholsterr retiring from busmen*. consisting of RICH PARLOR, DIN1 N'lh ROOM AND LIBRARY SUITS, ROSEWOOD, MAllOUANV, WALNUT AND OAK chamber 81 ii& E LUDLOW, JR., AUCTIONEER. . rocicawavs, tor buggies, wagons, harness, .(0. FZKA LUDLOW, Jr.. willeell ihl* Jav, nt 12)?oVlock, at salesrooms 62 Liberty street, several new and a.Mbnd hand Veblo'.ca. icli as R .ckuways, Top Buggies, Road and Depot Wagons, Ac. Jg H. LUDLOW, AUCTIONEER. ELEGANT IIOUSEHOLD SultNITURE AT AUCTION. E. II. LUDLOW A CO. will sell at unction on Wednesday, April 23, 18 2, at 11 o'clock A. M., at No. Hi Eist T.venty-aecond street, near Fourth avenue, ihe entire Furniture contain "d In said house, consisting, In pint, of clegunt curved rosewood I'.irlur Suite, in aulln daniaal.; Eagerr, mar'nla 'Op, with inirroia; Pier and Centre TaMi a, line French plate 1'tcr U ae.scs, rosewood Pianoforte, Huokcus s, French ll dstcuds, marble top Bur uus, Washsuuids, Fslliusse .. Hair Mattresses, Bolster- and Pillows, Extension Table, Dining Chairs, Stelelnurd, C duu and Glass Velvet ant Brussels Carpels, Oilcloths, Ac., together with the KttcUeu Furniture. IP II. LUDLOW, AUCTIONEER.?HANDSOME HOUSELi. hold Furniture at auction. E. II. LI Di.OlV A CO. will sell at auction, on Thursday, April 21, I&.2, at II o'clock A. M., at No. 5 Wc-t B.xteentb atteet, unar Filth avenue. the entire Furniture contained in sala house,consisting In part of rosewood Eagercs, inarblctop Centre Tables, tine French plate I'icr Glasses, rosewood Pianoforte, made by J. A l> Walker; marbhi lop Sola Taole, ton wood and walnut Library Bookcases, Frencb Bedst, a a. marble top Bureaus, Wushstands, lire "Hint; Tables and Coin modes; Wsrdioi es. Secretary, Cottage Ftirniittie, Paillasses, Ilulr Mattresses, mahogany Extension Table, mut ble top Bullet, Dining Chairs, Brocalel and l.ace Curt.tins Cornices, China and Glassware. Auhussou, Axminster and Hrttascls Gurpeta; Oilcloths, Uaa Chandeliers, Ac., togrther with the Kitchen Furniture. Catalogues at the auctioneer's office, No. .1 Fine street. EXECUTORS' SALE OK REAL ESTATE. JAMES M. MILLKtt, AUCTIONEER, Will sell, at puh.ic auction, at the .Merchants' Exchange, on Monday, April 21, at 12 o'clock, the following na ncd piojstrtv b< lunging to the estate of John M. Wlnaut, uecess -d, vl/: the two story and basement brick House known as No. S57 Broome street; also six Lots oil Fourth avenue and li&ih street. Terms of sale, two-thirds cash; balance tuuy remain on bond and mortgage for a term ot years. For maps ind lull partictilars. apply to the auctioneer at Ills olllce, 2o Flue street, or to B. I*. FAIUCIIILD, Mil Nassau street. ?' IV FAIKCUILD, j E,"'C"t0r,-_ Ferry lease at auction.?by virtue of the authority vested in hitn, the Comptroller will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, with ade<|uaie security, at the City Hull, bu Saturday, the 19th day of April, ISk?, at 12 o'clock, noou, the Lease or the Bulkhead and Short Pier ut the foot of Dusbrosses street, being sixty-live feet In width ulong the weste. 1, side of We?t stret t, or so much thereof as belongs toihe Cuiporaltou of the city of New York, with the right to run a ferry therefrom to the foot of Ilaraiinus street, Jersey City?but such landing p'are at Jersey City to be prov Ided by the lessee at hia own expense and cost?tor the term or ten years, front the 1st day of May, lmiJ. Tt.e ieaso to contain all the conditions and covenants usual in ferry luuses made t>y the Corporation, and a so-uch as ate prescribe 1 by a resolution of tbe Common Council In relation thereto, passed November:!, l.stitt. ROBERT T. HAWS, C jmptroll-r. Department of Finance, Comptroller's olllce, New York, March 20,18(12. FCOLTON, AUCTIONEER.?LAItOE SALE OF . Household Furniture, Carpets, Oilcloths, Minors, Bitliar 1 Table, Fancy Goods, Ac., Ac., this tluy (Saturday), ut 1U>? o'clock, nt 113 Fulton stroet, near Nassau. A large assortmt a! of good new ami aecond hand furniture, of various kinds, embracing Parlor, Bedroom and Dining Room Goods; Brocade Furniture, Bookiases, Wardrobes. .Sofas, Lotufjes, Chairs of all patterns, Brussels and other Carp -is, Oilcloths, Mattresses, Dressing Bureaus, Extension Taol -, Ac., Ac. Also a large quantity of Fancy Articles fiotn the Broadway sale, inrlud nt several dozen very rich Ivory Fans, Pomades, Oils, Furtcmounalca, Ac., Ac. GEORGE COOK, AUCTIONEER.?VERY ELEGANT Household Furniture, b.. Gl-iOlliiK COOK, this (lay at 131 Broad way, at 10>i o'clock, ono of the, lii.e-t siotks of First class Furniture ever o.Teied at auction, con.'istiiig of Parlor, Chamber, Llbrarv, Dining Boom anil Reception Suits of various kliclsj Secretaries, Llbraiy Bookcases: Parlor Se -retsrlos, Etagcrcs, ,C uiterburys, Work Tablea, Buffets, Extension Tablet, Lounges, Easy Chairs, Ac., to which the attention of our frienils is asked, as the sale is absolute and the stock line. Go. iiohton, auctioneer, will sell this day, at two o'clock, at his store, 31 Carmine street, a Lot of Furniture, consisting of Chairs, Bedsit ails, Tallies, Oas Fixtures, Paintings. Also, but) doxen Clarke's Spool Cotton. GO. HORTON, AUCTIONEER. OFFICE NO. 31 CAR mine stree', iiy 11. B. GOODR1DGE. wtil sell at nubile auction, oil Tuemay. April 2J, at 11 o'clock A .31., a' No. t>3 Jane si reel, one l)udg< oil's patent Air Pump l'rcss, Crushing Machine, one harref or Soliibie Glass, one barrel of Whiting for storage and exp?usos, on account of Ma-ller A Cayman, or whom it may concern. Sale positive, unless redeemed. Henry h. leeds. auctioneer. HOI S121IO..D FURNITURE. HENRY H. I.EKDS A CO. will sell at auction, on s.YTUF.KAY, ap ul 19, at id# o'clock, At the salesroom, 23 Nassau stre. i, household furniture, Consisting of Briis-eis snd Ingrain Carpets, mahogany and bla k walnut Dressing Bureaus; do. Washstauds, carved ros wood Suns, In broeatul; carved oak and I lack walnut Sideboards, ina'io,anv Cammed", Toilet Sets, black walnut Bookcases and Secretary, llatr Mattresses, Palliasses, Oilclotus, mahogany Exleustou Dining Table, black walnut and oak do.; Bolsters ami Pillows, Iron Hedstoads, mahogany ilall Stands, Pier Mirrors, Laee Cot tains, black walnut Etageres, mahogany Car l T bles. oval frame Mirrors, Art. Also two Bctsclegant blue and gold broeatel Curtains, lined w ith silk ami Interlined wbh crimson, L "Ops, Cords and Tas>els, all complete, made to order by Solomon A Hart, coat $201). each; Suit rosewood Hrocutel Furniture, made by Itoiiv; removed for eon veil le nee 01 talc. A*t 12 e'c.ock, a Newfoundland Dog. Tivvoi- ti Ttrtrrvo ireTrnvsra i* tr LK EDS A CO iv II noil at auction, on M .nu?J, April I 11, at IUPi o'clock, at Lcroy rtrcet, Household F urnltiire. cuu-lctiii. <?rBrussels ami lugiani C'a |?t>, ram <1 rosewood Butt tn green figured brocaiel, carrcil roue wo id ruurble top Centre Table, Cs< e Window Cu' tninn, Wmilo v Sliatl'H, mahogany Arm Chair*; mahogany .Sofas, Ro< keis and < hairs, Cbvered lo haircloth; mahogany (juartettc Table, Mamel Ornaments, mahogany marble top 8,rte Table, (lilt Cornices, iron Hatstaud, Oil. loth, Bruss la Muir Oar|M ts, Stair Modi, rorewood It -drtfuil, r mewcod o it bie top Dressing D'tri a la, rna wood Commode, mthug.uiy l!"d-;eads, lla.r Millie s.o, Keather Beds, Bolster* and F'lllowa, roar wood Kxton. tun Dining Tabl". cane scat Chairs, China, Ulisa, Crockery, Cutlery, and Kit hen Furniture. nKNRV It LEEDS, AL'CriONKKR?HOUSES, CARrlag r . 1.1I- -S, ltiiitUet', AC , he p. o, cr y of a g ditl man I-a v. ii. ;h- ctly.?IIENKY II. LEril'S A CO. wi.I sell at aunt o.\ on Monday. A) ril II. ai Id o'clock, hi fr nt ol ih? s'or No. dd Nissan street, Horses, Ac .?via: otic pair long la I Hay Horses, wai ranic I soiiiid, kuid and gentle, an- giuHi aad.He horses, Ac , rati irot In 3 U and are nlm and ten yi ais oid; Bielt Coach, luade by Void's Son, very atllsh; one Coupe, by Woo.I; one set Co.n I. ItirneM, If L ii leu; ono top Wagon, Willi 1'ule und Shalt*; oi.e open Wagon, with Hn.e and Shalt*; one light Exp.i aa Wagon, with 1'ole an I Sh uts; one two seat Slel, b, mid one cue seal SI igh; one s. t light simile Hn uess; one a t Double Hame.-a, light; one Side Sa Idle, one grniiotiiati's ra Idle, with Bridles. Bl.inke s. Sheet-, Uo'M-s, Whips, A A Will l>c in I'ruUl of the sti f t at 11 o clo k on day oi' sal Henry ii. i.kkds, ai < th>nei:k-henry ii. LEEDS it'll, will sell nt auction on Saturday, April IP, at 12 o'clock, in front o. l ore No 23 Nis an street, n lull bloo led Mare, about twelve years old, fourteen hninla high, long 1st', sound unl kind In ult hsrncsa and a sa l lbMare; a Wagon and lliirii"sa in good order, sold ns ihe u , tier baa no further use for them. Also, a very floe C.upe lloekawav, lor four persons, in line order, patent boxes. Also, a MtONN Ris'kaway, Near Haven built, in line order, nlit t> 11 reserve, A very line Coup "R ska way, enclosed, w 1th shifting partitions, bill t by B -artlsley, in good order. HENRY B. llEKTS. JR., AUCTIONEER. hy henry wooii a co. Salesrooms <50 Hroadway and 16 Crosby street. Coutin ntion SberiH'a Sale or tu* Entire Stock of an Importing ?nd Jobbing House, < or HARDWARE, FINE SHEFFIELD POCKET AND TABLE CUTLERY, Of Kogeis', Westerlioiins', Mapplus', and other celebrated makers: GUNS, SPOKriNij IMPLEMENTS, AC., by or Jams* Lynch, Sheriff of city and county of New York, AT 176 FULTON STREET, ON SATURDAY. APRIL IV, AT in O'CLOCK, knd to Ik- continued dally until the rntiru stock is disposed of. Cats!" ues at aale. MM<NMh in bankable money. Henry b. iierts, jr . auctioneer. By henry wood * co. MORIOAOE KALE OF LATIIKS. AO., On Saturday, April IV, It6d, at II o'clock, At salesrooms, 450 Broadway, Comprising one eight loot Lathe, One twelve loot Lath", One Insltc DPI, One Platform Scale, Lot of sundry Fstterne. By order of Attorney for M ortgagi-v. Henry d miner, auctioneer.-salesroom 37 Nivau street, upposila tho Post oibce. MINER A ioMKRVILLE will sell, at ancle n, on Monday, April 21, at li o'ebK-k, ?t th'-lr sa a rflont. 37 Nassnu street, a large and general assortment 01 Household Furniture, icmoved lor .nv**niv>iiri> of eaIp. fldfiAHLliif HI' Hi iivhfIh Thr.>i>.ii.v Ingrain Ctrl*-!*, mahogany and block walnut Bcd*icnd?, Unreana, Waah tanda and CI.air*. Ilatr Mattrcaaaa, Feather lied* and Pdlowi, mahogane S >ia* and Chain, in hair elolh; tilt train* Pl-rand Mantel M ri-ra, Stair C.rpeia and Kod*; noli walnut Kutenalon Table, 94 feet; (laa Flvture*, llat tanda; alau 9 roaewnnd and mahogany Piano*, made liy Stoddart and Firth, Mali A Pond; alau an invoice 01 Jewelry, Plated Ware, 4c , Ac. T BOCIART, AUCTIONEEB.-BV 8 It J. BOtlART U a Siktnrd ir, \prll I'd, ai lo'? o'clock, at the am lion room* Rn. 1 Ho rib \. iiliarn wrcM, lluii-ohold Furniture. r 'wood Parlor Sulla, Wardroltea, nookcaaee, Bureau*, Waehatunda, Hruaerla and Ingrain Carpel* Oilcloth, mutnguny Caul ruble*. Looking i,Ua,c*, Oil Painting", map..g my Fi-mil ind lounge Bad tc.ula: M?ttri*aea, Bed* a.ul Bed.line, Klteht n Purnlture; ,.|?o a I >t of l>.?k?, Duura, Olfloe Furhl ure, 4<. i also two Carpenter*' To >1 CiieMacoinplrtr. A dopoalt will be re.piir-d fruui all purchaacra. U o.l" mint bo removed the aame day. J HO. LBVI.4OS, Al'I'THINKER-OFFICE 43d BHOADWay?Will aell at Jtnhllo auction, on til" pr*mlaea, ;he #"tlio Mourn h old Furniture contained In the twelllna l.ouao No, 143 Allen etreet, on Tifadiiy morning, at IOH o'clock, April 3d, o. ua atlinr of a epic no i d roacwood Piano, Baker* Haven'* gnake. w.llU ui Chura, In latrrlnih; tnarlilo top Centra, ma?gaii* Tat.laa, t* okingtll***. black wa nut Btasere, large 1'or.claln Vat**, Later Curtain* and Cornleaa, Kngllah Umax, la Carpet*, m.v logany 8 .la B -datead. mahogany Card Tahlra, line Mantel clock anil Lampa, Fire 8. t?, m h .gony Bo-kcnae, Linen tha'ei, 8t Ir Carpet and, Feather II- a, TullctS ta, luihogai.t Waahetand*, Pailoi Su.vea, Aatial Lump, IPnlng mil Tea Table*, and a Inr^e nu?rtiii i,l rf Kitchen Knini* aire. Sale poalllve, without regard to weather. JOHN LEVISON. AUG I JOBBER?>f ILL SKLI, ~*T auction on Saturday frtnlng, at 1 o'clock, A oil In, a ho ce lot ol Lni.i avlng* Ir on a pilTate, In lol4 to lull the tiade, kt lua aaMfooiu, No. Hi Broadway, tfEW Y011K HEll.VLD, SA iALBS AT AJICTIOB. JOHN L. VAN OE WATKR, A UOHONKE R. A. JOl'KNKAV, Salesroom No. 373 Broadway. A. J017RNBA Y will give I is P> rwi: a' attention to aalea of Csrpetn.g, it] U' ii.ti, Bool. an t Sh ass, Cabinet Furniture, 1'hii y Goods. Works of Art, At'. Alan, to sties of Stocks, Bonus, Heal E?t. te, Ac., at this Ber k mis'Exchange. Out. door sales, .a well aa sales at warcroouig and private residences, at ended to. Regular days of -ale at store, l'l tlilH gnu TH UR3DAT8. JOHN H. HURLEY, AUCTIONEER?WILL SELLTIII8 day. ai 1 o'clock, at tit Cuual street, Damask Curtain* ami Curultes, Ghauleliors, ut-w and i c mi baud Velvet, hrm-a Is, Three-ply and oiks r Curp ts, Odeloths, one splendid rnso vond Etagere, r igewood maride top nil othei Bureaus rooe.voo 1, iiiahil' any, N edit tin's |ian nt and otb< r Bedsteads; P rand Mantel Mirrors, Feather lietls ,iud Led line, lialr Ma lire sac*, Sola liods ami Lui.n tea, Cottage Suit.,, Extension, C utre and other Tables; Wardrobes, Hat* ra ks, Wash lauds, Ciuulera, Ac. JHEUEMAN. TUESDAY, APRIL 22, At U o'clock A. M., at 107 Atlunuc street, between Clinton and Henry streets, Brooklyn, LARGE SALE OK ELEGANT NEW CUSTOM MADE CAB 1A El' FUKNiTUHE. briny the onlira stork of I. E. ha) re, ivuo retires from the business, comprising suits of Parlor Kurniturc, ol rosewood, walnut and mahogany, in various olors oi brocut. I, r> ps and haircloth; walnut and on It Library Cases, Hall Furniture. in rosewood ami oak; uiaungauy, oult, walnut aud enamelled Chamber Bets, nub marble tops, Ac. Catalogues w.ll bo ready and the goods on view on Monday. JBOOART, AUCTIONEER.?BY 8. A J. BOGART, Tbursdav, April 'M, at ldjj o'clock, the eutire Parlor, Chmmb r and Dining Room Furniture ol' the Florence Hotel, corner of Walker an eel an 1 Broadway, cousMiiig ol large Ftuncb plate Mirrors, ru..ewuod (Nunns A Clark) Pianos, rosewood and mahogany Parlor Suits, Tapestry, Bruss Is aud lupraiu Carpets, mahogany Piench ami Cottage Boda;< ads, large Gas Chandeliers and Gis Plxl. ties, Hair and Bir.iw Mattressi-s. Extension andoiber Tai 1- s. Chairs, Solas, large quantity of Rolling, .Sl um Tnhle and Fixtures, Cro kerv. Glass and China Ware, Ac., Ac. Catul gno ready on We,lues lay, and may lie obtained at tbe oilLo of the auctioneers, No. 1 North William street. J MOO ART, AUCTIONEER?BY 8. A J. BOGART.? Monday, April 21, at l o'clock, at 127 Bleccker street, mortgage sale ut Household, constating of Parlor Suits, Mirrors, Curtains, Brussels an I and Ingrain Carp ts. OUcloih*, niahngsiiy and Cottage Bedsteads, Feather Beds. Ilu.r Matron .a, Bureaus, Wa-hstants, Dining Knmn and Kitchen Fiunttuie, Ac. AUGUST 81 BBKR.N.3, Attorney for Mortgagee. J BOiJAltT, AUCTIONEER.?BY S. A J. BOGART.? Monday, April 21, at 11 o'clock, al 41 Grrcuwicli avenue, mortgage sale of Household Furniture, mahogany Sola, Tete-a-Teles, Loui ?es, Bruaaels and Lunula Curpets, Oilcloths, rosewood E agent, Card Table, mahogany and Cottage Bedstead*, dressing and plain Bureau*, Wtishsluuda, Looking Glasses, Clocks, llniraod Husk Mattresses, Feather Beds, Dinin,: Room ami Kit lien Furniture, Ac CHARLES F. WATTS, APornoy for Mortgagee. J BOGART, AUCTIONEER -BY 8. A J. BOGART.? Tuesday, April 22, at 10>j o'clock, at 246 Wost Fllloenth street, m ar Eighth avenue, genteel Household Furniture, consisting of rosewood I'arlor Bolt, In satin brocatel; French plate I'.er Glass, Lace I'urhons, elegant Velvet Carpet*, Oilc'.o.tis, mahogany I.'at bun 1, Gas Chandeliers, Chamber and Kitchen Furniture, A . J BUG ART, AUCTIONEER.?8. A J. BOGART, TUES <lay, April 22, at 12 O clock, :il No. 201 West F'o irteouth suect, gi'ntecl Ho .school Furuituie. Parlor Subs, French Plate, Pier Glair es. La e Curtains, Bruss da Three-ply and In traiu Carpea, Chuntber, Dining Room and Kateheu Furniture, Ac. J BOGART. AUCTIONEER ?BY 8. A J. BOGART, Wednesday, April 22, at 1U.1J o'clock, ol No. Id Charles street, Warren poire, yenle.el Household Furniture. Frid.LV, 25th, at No 8s West Thirteenth street, genteel Household Furture. Saturday, 2Uth at 10'^ o'cloc t, at the auction r >oin?, No. 1 North William slrcel, a gcucnil ascot tiueut ot Household Furniture, Ac. J BOGART, AUCTIONEER.?BY 8. A J. BOGART, oillce N . 1 North Wihlam street, will sell on vWdneaday, April 2.1. 1102, on the promises, No*. 63 and 70 Bunk street, eight Horses, four Conches, one llrcti, one two re.G Leather Top Wagon, four Light Wt oris, nine sits Single and Double Harness, Botes, Stable Tools, o.dice Furniture and Fixtures, Ac. Also, Lease of the Premise*. The above silo is worthy the attention i f livery men and others as the property will positively be sold without resort o. Terms rash, uud the property to be removed immediately al't"r 'be sale. , Descriptive catalogues may be obtained on Tuesday nt the oillce of the aueiioueers. J BOGART AUCTIONEF.EK?BY 3. A J. BOGART? Will sell on Mdnday, April 21, at 11 o'clock, at No. 51 New street, by Vir ile of II chittel mo:issue. the one cndi. vl' e I hnlf ii: ami to II ul/.otilal St-um Eii-ine, oik* I'.ul'. er, two pair Hulling JSioi ca, three Ir 11 Pots, three Proiel* lors, two Rice Bru.i es, and all the Sh ifting, Pulleys, Serei ns, ami all otiicrnssoblnsry a id qiMlllM now used mid erapoyed In the business o.' rico el-antng on the above premisei. JAMli.S 8CLUTUI, AtlO My 1'orMmt RT. IIAZKLL, AUCTIONEER. . LAKgK, ATTRACTIVE AND PEREMPTORY BALK OP out) WORTH 0/ HARDWARE. CUTLERY. AC. WIIITTEMORE A 11A El.I. will null at auction, on Vi'EPNKHD.VY, April 2:1, and following days until told, communing at 10 o'clock each day, At No. SI n-*ekman street, the eu;tr? assigned sto 'e of Me-sri. Kill* Brothers A Co., comprising a large and w it telcc'ed n*. orimcnl o heavy and shelf Hardware, Cutlery, Ac., to which the attention of buy urn Is requested. Terms?Bills under fiPX) cash, in banksMo funds; all o*'er that amount lour Months' approved endorsed notes, payable in the city of New Yo It, with tnt 1 est added. Cats'ngue* arc no \ u-ady and can he hod at the olllcu of the auci o leers, lad Hruahvsy. CALK AT AUCTION.?THIS DAT, AT 12 O'CLOCK. AT O 111 Broadway, Fruit and Ornamental Trees, .Shrubs, Vin"s, Ac fr*m the Nursery of O. Dovan, West Mornsuniu, ai d Id and 20 K *.?t Forty-ninth street, New York. A. A. CARTRIt, Aue'loneer. | UNCLAIMED RAILROAD FREIGHT AUCTION-MOIL day, April 21, at 1 o'clock, at the Stor. No. 41 llair ?on street, for ammnt of whom 11 may eoiKtra. to pay freight and charges, shout seventy patrkmgM uncial ued K-ei dit. Machinery, Liquors. Furniture, A-*., Ac. T this?Cash depo-lts required. WELLINGTON A. CARTER, Auelion>er, atore 02 CurllamU si reel. VI/1LUAM ABBOT 1', AUCTIONEER?OKl'IOR NO. 4 Vi East Itio.ii??y, h. Us tnis di.y (Saturday), at id o'clock, the l iquor Store Nj. 2d O .v iluu place; Connie: *, Mirrors, Arm C.islr*, Llquots, and ..II oth r Pictures, Ac., Ac. WILLIAM ABBOTr, AUCTIONEER?OPRICE NO. 4 K .st Broad., ay, s-11* this day (Sat. 11 day), at 11% o'clock, a nice lot of Furniture, at No. ti Market sir <*>. hinn mahogany Hidaiead, Chair*, T<H?-g-Tet-?, Carpus, Bedding, mnrbl top Tables, C o kcry, Ac. COPAltTXBRIHIP NOTICES. A FIRM ESTABLISHED IN TUB GENERAL ~AUCtioneering a Id I :0111ml slo.i business s Ilie .? !vices o, a g -iillcinin as partner. H s lie** quulliieations ami soim* 'i r<na indispensable. Fronts lungs sad sure. Apply ut N' . 1 Great J.n s tr " t. A GENTLEMAN OK EXPERIENCE IS THE REAL JV Eat ite, N< t *, St fit and other BroV rare busi 1 as, wo Id like to join .hi energetic busine a imrty, liav.uu m capital, w 111.m; t * Invest 111 civ. his '.nil to ihe li . l'r nei| wis inly dealt wtik Address li K. V., Post ill! <*. \ TOUXG MAN, WITH A MEW HUNDRED DOLLARB. XV wit to net III " Mi i.110 , w < !? t.c .iii II. 11.o .1 rp?i*<: ill i? llviud. 11" ii ,i b i-.i, a< ii.? i hinmdt. Itrfereuc.'H n and required. Addreaa .v., lloiuli od.ce, for two U.ij?. \N EXTRAORDINARY OPPORTUNITY.?'.NY GENUoii.un, w ih S ' 0, cin learn of a i h ance to enxiixo l:i a i loa ant in i| ri- , ill ii will >loM sl,i OJ i u.oQili, na aln.wii by |j. iltlvo i 00 if, by up,dying at SOU and M U.uadivny, room No. 0, Up Hill113. CI M. CORDHLU LATE CORDELL, AMKRY i. BI'l'.R, J? l"'K? tu inform his fnon.Ja .ni l tli p ibllr ,o.u'rally ilia*, hi' la now l i: nod at No. ill*! Broadway, with Mr. Fraitlt Hall, tnerehaut tailor, whet" he r '>poc;i illy rollrita a -onlliiu iiico of tli patruua?e ao liberally bellowed upon him in pan ye.ira PARTNER WANTEU?BY A YOUNG MAN, in TUB X i and nun ? i.i. <knllMM, MtabUahea air Jean. and now dntnj a good bilidueaa. Ouly a ainuil caab capital roipilreit. A lilieaa, with full name, Jus., I'ainiiT, box 117 lien.II olhco. PARTNER WANTKD-in a phofitabi.k cash in li'ilfai'tiirliu bualne a; tMAI cash oaplial rrnulied. Alto, a | armor 111 an MkNIIMWk buaiu .ii; J1.2U), |w leroiic a i-*i i an rod Oihor lnve?tm-nta now oiien. IRELAND, 1I.NCKLKY A CO.. 61 Nn.m11 atreet. P~ ARTNERSHII'OR othbrwisr.?WAvtkd, AUMOD biulaco man, with oaplial, to aid in c.inMiahinx the ii.aiin.a lure ami aalo In of a jwvlfiaTMlad houaoliold article, r 'uulrei in eiery raap-ctable lamlly. thai c.iu be made for $1 mid readily nol i for $8. No rump tltioo anil n 1 risk. Aaenla neetl not anawcr. Addrtaa K. F. Tin oxniorlo;i. MlMN. T1ie citfarrnkri hip heretofore existing ladwrin I ho umli'1 alined la ihla day diaolv-l by roulual Ounwiit. Tli* b -Inrta 01 tha lum will be s.-itlrd hyHuhai d O. Dorkln. at 173 Canal air.rel, ? U6 la authorized to uaa the miiiie of the itrin lor that purjmae. n. u. in, km.1i, N*w Tons, April 18,1^03. tiUsr.YVlS KOUS<EAL\ WANTED-A PARTNER, TO ADVANCE 8UKKIUIBNT mr>ui to patent un t InroJuoe a nm m ids of bull i"* Bailing or Sua ii \ esift.a, In whlcb eevenly-'ire per C"Dl labor rati be avail. Reivrentes given and re-in,r-*-l. W., lot Broadway. WHO 13 THE MAN THAT IIAS fl.OUUlN CASH. AND want* to Income Partner In ft llrstddfta* iii?nutauturln.( b i'lu-ai; safe ,uul ue'I established! Undoulit. .1 given. Address 8. It., bo* 1JU llerald oflleo, with real name, to Insure an Interview. WANTED-\M ACTIVE AND SI' tK Ti.Y In SI.SK-S m ill, with sonic capl'ftl, to establish nod take solo ehsrja In this "liy of ft house ior iheralc of vat lous nrtleb of So.uli American and West India Pr elnca. None but parties oi the lust respo lability wid be treated with. Address fur leu day* Addison, Herald oiUee. 4>7 - -a i'aiivnnit wanted, with this aMuIoNi; V who car hays half Interest In a ll|(ht cash paying buelnera, where the services of one Is required. Address a. 0, bur low Herald oMco. AOOO on *400.?THIS AMOUNT WIL#SHUURB AN ?OUU ixpial Inter, si in a .Manufacturing and Patent Mcdlcln" Establishment yielding lame pruilta and lywek re. turns; orwlilaell the establishment, a* the pr.pri'lur has oth-T Mis in ??. Apply a' bjl and ju.0 Broadway, r . .in d. rtjl nnn ?PARTNER WANTED?a PARTY WITH Ill.UWUi this aiiuiunt ran lin t an (ipportunlty to rea. ll/. f/t iVi within one year by addressing It. It. A Un., hot 101 Herald uflhe, with name, Ac. Every sansla. tlou given upon ftti Interview. nnn to ml**?ax active, ho ahead Jp^.tlViU Parmer w anted, to taka the management of a lliiht business. ?.0,i?*l can be li.rt.ed over the urst year ; uroiits one half. Association with a tty llrui. W. MAIILa.VD, KM Broadway, NATR1MORUL. ATOUIftl OFPIUHR OP MEANS, ATTACHED TO THE army of the W. st, under O.moral Orant, and front the efT?ctsof a t reeelv d at K..rtA? .n"lson was obliged to return home for a lew ween, seeks a wits, otic who lots an sITectlonatS henit, eiieorinl disposition, and with romi pretensions logo xl looks, and not ov r twenty-one. Those who * re, its the writer is, III sill'ertty, please enclose eirte de visile and adiln as I .lent. d. P. W., bo* 210 Herald olUre. "IVANTED-A YOUNO HDY NOT OVER TWENTY Vf years of age, weh a view to matrimony. One with an amiable disposition, no t prery, an I has suitl -ient mjaasto aupiMirt herself; and In ru.urn Inn it ire gno t style good address, kind loatsnd loving disposition, writ I* a'sutlielent income to sop, oil my self. Address fortius we k. Cr. co y Clarkiou, Post Olllce, T[J11 DAY, APRIL 19, 186 ?Wallace 8 ff TUB UN II KINO A< 'TI ViTV v tU v.bluli t.;? ackuuwlua.ied OEMS OK TU K I 'KAMA nr prod .ned, the UKLIVALLED CASTS, beautiful s- nnflrjr iu.?l uppiinlmenu, itavlug eetabllahed the enui H and uni|uall ? I aipi onatiun 01 tlic pubd . an 1 attrunteU a guocoaaion of c.owdej lieu ea, MIS. WALLACE inten t* to pursue the . urae system, oy producing, with the u iu:0at care, a still greater VARIETY. SATURDAY, LOAD TO RUIN; and on EASTER MONDAY. Sir Bulwer Ly'ton* fa latui'd and admirable pluy of

THE LAI'Y Of LYONS. 1 WITH ENTIRELY NEW SCENRKY, BUTE UK COSTUMES (both civil and military), AND A OUEAT CAsT. TUESDAY (By desire), TUB RIVALS. WEDNESDAY, A celebrated play uf iut- us<- ntnest and oelebrlty. TONIOHT (SATURDAY) Will lie anted for 111" g iven' li and laal time, for tile Pieicut, Uol? rod's juatly celebrated play of THE ROAD TO Received on nix occasion* by crowded audience*, with the raoat Intuuac interest and universal approval, Will ba again given whh the sanieattrai live caat. Dairy uorniua Mr. Lester Wallaek <i. I Dornton Mr. Make Goldlineb . Mr. C. Fisher Mr. Sulky Mr. (J. llo' Mr. Silky Mr. John 8-utou Mr. Miliord Mr. Reynolds Mr. Sn.iiU ...Mr. UrjwDu Jacob Mr. Voniiy Williams Mr. Moore Tennis Marker Mr. i'arsloB Footman Mr. Turner llutter Mr. i'arkca Widow Warren Mm. Veruon Sophia.... M..-s Mary U mnon Jenny Mrs. Jouti So, too 111 rehearsal the Comedies of EVERY ONE HAS HIS FAULT, and LOVE IN A MAZE. CAMILLE. CARD. In a play bill before me, ol' r< cent date, announcing Camilla, played by Mls.s Charlotte Thompson, and now being performed by her in i'liiiadelplila, the following 1:n a occur:? "Captille, tho translation ami'on wan lirst made in London, and was lirat played lu ibia country by Miss J. Davenport." Knowing Miss Davenport's version oi "Camille. or the fate of aOo'iueili', ' a version entirely dlp'erent from Dumas' or mine, the leading inuidcut being left out, and a scene in the last uut wri t n in; knowing also that Miss Davenport's version lias novel been out o; In r pog-tsaion?u ver been printed, aud does n >t now exist on any stag, ?I have mude inquiry and the reply is ibis:?"Tub play produced at our theatia by Miss Charlotte Thompson, is your Cutnille, word for word, scene for s-ene, with all your business, and prompuid from uudstudied from your piloted books, bearing your name and copyright on the title pa ,e." To those two points sooppodle, yet so positive, it becomes my unpleasant tn k to state, lirat, that "the trans'atlou and adsptalion of (d.<iiilllo" as performed by Miss T.aoiupson, was not "made in Loudou," but in Parts, and by me. Soloudly, so inr irom being "brst played In this country uy Miss Davenport," Miss l>av -opart never performed in it, nor has it ever b?-eu played in Now York exc -pi by me. To tliose la- ts no one cult bear stronger testimony th >u M ss Thompson lierself, who, during the celebrated run of this same. Camill, at Wullaek's theatre, for lhirie->n weeks, performed in il the character of the chainle-rniald Nuni-ie. Ther- is not a city in the Union where my Csmille has not be. n played by almost every lady in the pro.essl, n who could recite 'ho worus; tins without oau wonl of Juslhe to the author, the owner, tho copyright or the si: t -r artist; nu I t'lis without one word of complaint from me, save iu the present instinct, when 1 have constantly dlseoi n.en.iuce f the injustice of Mi.-s Thompson calling tho play another's woich she knew wuamlne. Nor bus l o I nly been unuw ire of my complaints, for In the very bauds ot the la !y iu w hose theatre n in s now playing Uuiuill-' I placed an .njun tlnn to be s rved on the performance of my p ay by Miss Thompson iu case she insisted In Ignoring my ciaims to it. To tins an I every claim o: sentiment, truth and light she has been deaf. Iu a pecuniary view of the cas--1 fear nothing from Miss Thompson's thimtlle or nil the Cumilles of the e?rti combine 1. On proof of this In, that my own humbl- representation of the couturier is m ver more successful or proklai If tiinu when perlortned in Ih se citi-s w h re hail a -ioo-u Camilles have pieced,- 1 mo. A.imh r proof is, that d tring the Ill's*, blaze uf popularity of t.'am II -1 was obliged to go Into ll'.eatres and lake my sharing terms like others, while I ain now ott'-r d a eertululy lor every t eprcs-ntulion of my Cftmlllr. Ibis is the b-st vengeanco on tins- who would detract front toy play or n y interest , were it vengouitee I desire; bt.l it is n it; success Is the best rev n;,e, aud vcngeuiKe Is u petty sp, to. My object in this rard is, tirst, to defend my right, by the slmoU-' taU-ni'Oit of Lrilths! seroiitilv. to ts-hnltp no .n inn. | tt-u, ait indignity and n urunii, uncf accord to mysell tlic jusli -e w hich ih lady so ungracefully withhold! Iron me, in ic. ro devotion U> m> art and era 11 udo to those v. ho sustain! d ine in It, I have lor live years, in nearly seven hiindied roprcMculullous of uiv play, given to avery deiail 01 it the utmost o luy power or unify, heart and min i, to perfeet i aclt rWinf ut of it; to prune Its blemishes, ens us delects, its hnauila s, elev.ite lu ton . sublimate its ps-sion, to celebrate Us love; in a word, to bring it to titst state of poneiful fascination, poetle Intel est, and immortal life, whl h. on ita hrst rcpreseiitatl >u, tin warm si hearts and bat pens of the country, I r dicled It' was eapa de if, an 1 which, to-day. the entire prcsa of he* Yora pronotuces accomplished. Tltia liaa been no easy task. All tiiai ic,soned It was the memory of kind fnrn is; my desire to win their praise? ay wish !o prove my gratitude to them. This I have done; und who would rob me of my thorny wreath ruhs me of no trine; fur thorny though it be, it is the emblem of all that I hold dear, alt thalj have, all 1 Lave achiev. d, ail that I am, and lu pioporlion as I value these blessing* so must I right to defend th in. .My weapon a triilh; my caiiae, justice. Miss Thompson, in nvi.lng tlirougnoiit Die count y to deny luy rignis and destroy my ilalms, may tliul In uer ambition, |*crhaps, an ov.-usa for Iter waywardness; Imt when she aeleoia my native city?Philadelphia?to promulgate tier lavori.e scheme et cost of my veracity?this in the face of the friends of my childhood; above all. iu the luce of one who tnderty reared mo. In whose veins n y own bo od runs?she doca mo a wioug w hich she cannot eicuse, and which I will not permit tier to repeat There.ore, from this date, 1 forbid Miss Thompson and all like bur who, while using I he labor of tny bra.ns to build their own reputations, seek to sul'y unne, to p ay in any form, any p ri of the play of "Oauilll .'' as translated and ada| ti d by n o. To refresii ihdr memories with a fact wiiiclt on tne fly-leaf oi all my books they may air-ndy be familiar with, I n.s-rt below, the verdict in a former case of the in! riuguuent o| my eepyidglit, as .awarded me by Mr. Cbtnlea U Conor, of this city. THE TRIE l AMIIToE. A?tou llouss:, June 21, 1954. sami7kl Frkxoii. Esq Hir?While in l'nria, a year a,"O, I translated and adapted for my own use ti.e pi y of " Caiutlle." A few months s.nce 1 published this play in Clriciiineli, with notice of eopyi 1,'ht attached. On my return North I am Handed u copy of it republ s lOd l..v you. By (Ms act I mn <! j ruec^of the proul wi.lcti should alone accrue to me. liui Hits is nottiie Injury of which 1 corn;ri tin; lor while y m retain my lest, word lor word, Uiiioilche 1, you liavo diopp d my nam ' from Ih title |a.e, Hint lf> Its plac' lii?-ricd u line (the only correet edltiuu i, which implies tint every copy t?-uilug my nunc is spurious; mil <'d, that 1, in claim hi.; its au'horshtp, la.o assumed ii merit not belonging to me. The lalsc | osdiun in tvlilch this acnes of v. rouga baa placed me requires rcdrisa. Warning which, I roiuaiu your cbcJIcnt servant, matilda heron. Nkw Vork, j ine 21, H5C, Miss Matilda IIkro:*:? Madam?* our ;avor of the 23d Is at hand, and i reply In all fruiikne.s. th t since nc-.vliig your hook 1 In: v. en felt illy cou p ii d the same >.lth my edition of "C iinillc, ' mi l Onu, to my snrprla", thai In the lext tbern is no in t'crial dllferrn 1 was told nv the party who pr-| ared my copy for the press that it was oitler nl trom tlie edition then puhlished. 1 regret 1 was deceived. My copy has dt u you great Injustice. I fro ly admit it, and wi I cheerfully o uroct. In my next edition of your play 1 v. id real or.- the oilginl title page, the uaia- a of cbtcuoteia, with your pcriiiission, retain the line that so justly b-loligs to it?(tiik o.Ntr COitliKCT rotTtoN). Yours, very rosiav tfully, | SA.Ul Kh 1-ltKNCII, 121 Nassau street. It will le seen by the above what right Miss Thompson has to perform my p ay, ant! w hat right she ha < not. I nave but to add that auj i utn re u Inns' of my copjrght, without my written con uni, -h.i l Le dealt with as the law for its pro. lection shallde*< ribr. W ii . rely regretting the ne< easily of placing myself before a public, fiotn whom 1 am c distantly Itcrh lug so many ci I. dm os ol kindness, iu the light of a eoinpl.iiiirr? perhaps a bitter one?I beg to assure that public that my desire to dr. serve their confidence and retain ll-eir favor is the sit on-eat motive which indices me thus lo vindxate myself before ill in, to inaitiliilu the proud po-lltou which 1 hold in their esteem, and which, with ? pure hcait and a holy purpose, I iiopn ever to lo sess, by proving my wcitaiutMS lo cotnmaud it. Iiespecifuily, ' MATILDA HERON STOEPEL. IRi'INO HALL. TUESDAY BVESINQ, AI'RIL 21. aKCOND ANNUAL CONCERT or TilK SUNDAY SCHOOL OK ST. ANN'S CHURCH. Oun>ie<In; of So'.os, Duetts, Choruses u 1 R nations by tlm children, assiaud by Ibe eminent vo alls'* MI.-S MINA OKARY and MR. Ol'BTAVUd OEART. Tickets, admitting a gentleman and two ladies, ., $? Silicic tickets,... 8 i emu. Children U cents. Kor sale at Hall A Hons, Music store, 811 Broadway. Randolph's Bookstore, Headway and Kourtli street. C. Clark'scouK-ctionery Broadway and Thlrie -nlh street. No. 9 West Eighteenth struct, and at ihu door on tlm evening of the corn-art. A A A ?THE GREAT AMERICAN MUSIC HALL. 4ii 444 444 444 444 414 444 444 BKOtDWAY. THE MUSIC HAM, OK TIIR MASSES. TKIUMPU UPON TRIUMPH. 444 advancing with rapid strides, Wring all rivalry far In the distance, wuinlng an undying reputation lor guild managemean making our ua ne A TOWER OF STRENGTH. Strong l? that man?lie oo'jr -trnng To wh<?i<t Well ordered will Iwlona Th public to delight; All amv?r? tlmt, lif di-ai'ltc of trrona. Btlabliali right. 444 HAS THE BEST CORPS OF ARTISTS Iff THE WORLD. Rnch eminent ucrioi mri aa tony pastor, tony pastor. I'UAItLBY WHITE, CIIAKLKV WHITE. L. SIMMONS, Bull IIART. HARRY LESLIE. JOHNNY WILD, L. UAKl'.> 1'. K. MASTER TUMMY, MlrS ERNESTINE DE FA1HKR, MISS LI2/18 S0I1LLT7.K, AMELIA WELLS. MILLIE FLORA, and MOVE. CALL BRILLANT'S SI'i'EKU HUM'S DK BALLET. OR AND MATINEE, OKAND MATINEE, UHAND .MATINEE, (HAND MATIN ..K, OlIAND MATINEE, OKAND MATINEE, For'tho a. 'ommodallon of Indian ml children. Fur th? aeiuiiinio talon of In !! uhd chlldrcu, THIS AFTERNOON, THIS AFTERNOON, THIS AFTERNOON, Ai 2,li" a ViAMMorll' I'iiooiVammk?" ROBERT W. HITLER, *<>|e Ciniulelor and Manager. Muni La Tnonsr, Ring* ManagerRKITAVRARTI, 1 rpNOLtPIt Mt'TTON FOR DINNER ON MONDAY.? 'j Fni ? il\ M i Idle* mid Lr R*. Kn ditli Ohi-sc, Bn'iin, 11.inn, V irtiiuiiili Bloater*. l)nnlo;>'a A l?*. In line condition. RICHARDSON, Ag<-nt, fld Maiden I Hie. corn-r oi William street. TYIRP.K LUNCHES FOR RK-TAl RANTS FURNIRHKD j; on the mud rena miSle term* hi the Oommndorea, No. 7 New mreel. N. B ?Club* and puttie* ran obtain Fl*h ami Clam L'howrtcr?, a? good aa tha original ehowuci* made b* (be Pilgrim Fattier* ot New England. 12. AMI'SKMti.\TS. N I BED'S GARDEN, j - i and Mmuw, it.Mi. Davenport. 11 i., kkui-t ,i. iw wueatlky. Tills AND EVERY NIGHT. mfi maumkicknt operatic spectacle or rut. enchantress. Theyouua Aiueri -an Prima Don 114, MISS CAROLINE KICHINOS, In her celebrated chai of STELLA, TUB ENCHANTRESS. MB. B. L. DA V EN ROUT. Mit. WM. WIIRATLRY, mk peter uicuings, to the leading character* of tbe epeciacin. l'r?niicr d ttiaeui", ANNETTI GALtTTI, acknowledged as tbe moat linabed r.,?i uf tbe dur T11K SCENE KY, all entirely new, by J. II. 8KLYVYN. TIIK BEAUTIFUL MUSIC BY BALI' E AND DK. CUNMNUTON, Will be rendered by an AUGMENTED OKCHF8TKA AND KITLL CHORUS. UNDER DIKEi TION OK Mit. JOHN COOKE. THIS EVE.NINO. THE KN CIl A N THE MS. Haaalr, the Pirate chief E. L. DAVENPORT (Disguised as the Uormll-Friar Antonio. 1 Don Kylvio W. WHEATI.EY De. Mattianaatna P. KICHINOS Stella, the Enchantress MISS 0. KIOHINOH Spirit uf Good ANNETTI OALEl'TI PROLOGUE So ne?DECK OK THE I'IKATK SHIP. THE DRAMA. Aor I. Scene 1?Mount Helicon. Scene I?Tee Abode of the Enchantreaa. Grand Hall t, by ANNETTI OALETTI, Mile. HELENE. fi le. KATBINB. Mom.. TOi'HOKK and Grand 0 >ip? ae Ballet. Act II. Scene 1?The Regent's Palace. The Hall of Honor. Grand Ma^quciade, TERPSICIIoft K AN ARTISTS Ail dthe Famoui Equestrian Swot, THE TROUPE OK HORSES AND RIDBB8. Act III.?(1 rann Procession. The Pirate Ship Umler Full Hail. Admission, Dress Circle and Parquet SO oenta Secured Parquet Slal's 76 c -nU Family Circle, entrance on Crosby sired 25 cent! Doura o|ieu at quarter pant 7, to commenoe at 7 t o'clock. Seats can he secured three days in ad.auce. Laura keene's theatre. LAURA KKENE S THEATRE. Open at 7 o'clock, begin quarter before 8. TO-NKIHT AND EVERY NIUHT, TUE NEW AND ORIGINAL IRISH DRAMA, BY LAURA KKENE, THE MACARTHY; PEEP DAY, PEEP O' DAY, PEEP O' DAY. THE MACARTHY Mr. WALLER NELLY BRADY (the Ban Caolnthc) EMMA WALLER MARY KELLY LAURA KKENE Father Peter.....Mr. Burnett Dennis Mr. Richardson I'eery R o:dan....Mr. Dillon Murphy Mr. De Little Darby Kelly....Mr. Sloddart PhaTrlg Mr. Miles The Buiihy Mr. Raymond Thudy Mr. Btlby Capt. Macneary.Mr. M.irlowo llelcu Ma ueary Terrcuen McCowu.Mr. Petri a Mrs. J. II. Allen Aleck Purcell Mr. Daly Patsoy Moore.Misslon.-Burke Capt. Howard....Mr lanlelc Mrs.Mulrooney.M rs.Marlowe Larry Macdade...Miss Burke Molly Flaherty..MissEverett Johuny Ouul Mh-s Marks Widow Molloy.... Mrs. Diilon Soldiers, Peasants, Peep o' Day lioys. WINTER HARDEN. First appcarnuic in two years of MISS BATKMAN. the young and beautiful American artist, whoso tour through the country has been a tr.umphant success, and whose personntioiiH of THE YOUTHFUL HEROINES OF TIIE DRAMA have won the commendations of the moat Intelligent audiences and the severest critics. MISS BATEMAN will bo assisted by n p iw?r;'ut company, including mr. henry l'lacide, the first of American comedians; MR. J. W. WALLACE, Jr., the well known and admirable tragedian; MR. EDWIN ADAMS, the popular favorit oi tin- Philadelphia theatres; Mr. A. H. DAVENPORT, Mrs. W. It. BLAKE, Mr. w. DAVID..k, Mis. CHANFR w, Mr. T. E. MORRIS, Mrs. MARK SMITH, Messrs. OKOSVENOR, RAND. HOWARD, WALL, 4c. Monday, AraiL 21. ISfii. Sherldau Knowles l> ami ul drama of 1 HE HUNCHBACK. Julia MlesBitemsn M ister Wnit"r Mr. J. W. Wa'luck, Jr Sir Thomas Clifford Mr. K twin A'ams Modus Mr. A. U. Devenpnrt Fathom Mr. W. Davidge Helen ....Mrs. Chuufrait supported by an e .cellcnt cast tuioughout. The management have (lie pleasure of announcing MISS BATEMAN in a serlra of her most popular personal lona, due notice of wlili h will be given. Box book now oi>cu. Seats may bo secured a week in advan. e. TUE LL'BIN BROTHERS. A CARD TO TlfE PUBLIC. At ttie pressing solicitation of ai-rorHl p-omlnent clergymen and numerous patrons of the Academy, who deoiu a magique oshibltlon nit enterta'nment unfitted to the solemn th.iruoti r Of Holy Week, tlie l.ubii.? have reluctantly coiltented tj postpone, until the clone of Mr. Grati'a opera season, the remaining soirees of their conlemp'nted eerie*. Deeply regretting the unavoidable dt-sip|>oiiitiii<-nt ruusod to tliu public, returning thanks lor the generous reception accorded to them hy lh? press and eltlxens of New York, and hopmg at an early period to resume their soirees, they havs the honor to remain the public's obi dtenl servants. FREDERIC AND JEROME LUBIN. ATIXON'S ORIGINAL ROYAL CIRCUS J.N will 01*11 fur FOUR DAYS ONLY IN BROOKLTN, IN BROOKLYN, ON KASfER MONDAY, AT 2 O'CLOCK, on the Maemnber lot, Fulton and DsKnlh avenues. MONDAY, TUESDAY. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, April 21, 22, 23, 21, AFTERNOONS AND NIOHTS, AFTERNOONS AND NlUIITS. PERFORMANCES VARIED AT E.VCll EXHIBITION. Doors Open at 2 und 7 o'clock P. M. Performances will commence half an hour after opening. Adtuls iou 2#cents Reserved (private range) seal* Miccuts NO HALF PRICK. AN EXPOSITIVE STREET PARADE, damonalraung the vast resources of NIXON'S ORIGINAL ROYAL CIRCUS, Will p.eai through the streets of Brooklyn on EASTER MONDAY MORNING. AT 10 O'CLOCK, The porlorinanei a, both EgUKHTRIAN AND GYMNASTIC, will lie given by none but Urst chvaa artists, all of whom ?tablishcd cis-atlant!.: reputations at fbe TRIUMPHAL INITIAL SEASON, AT NIBLt I'H GARDEN I.N I8ti0-Cl. MAGNIFICENT SPECTACLES. CHASTE AMI DA.MMG HIIHVn EXHILARATING GAMES OF TIIK GYMNASIA, IIAPJ'Y RESULTS OF I UVSICAL EDUCATION, MIKAGI.ES OF Eyt INK SAUACITY will be prodlgiilly gLcn in NIXON'S OI<L<INAI< IIOYAL CIRCUS. The pride and glory or tiii* Magnificent eily i? tlic world famon* " PARISIAN CABINKT OF WONDKRAND ANATOMY." MKS BROADWAY (next door to Hall. Hack A Co.'*). AILwtio value m tsdoni, a nnicm ul, knowledge and power should at ouce visit this tmlv EXCITING, MOST WONDERFUL, EXTRAOKlTlNAF.Y, MARVELLOUS, THRILLING, UNSURPASSABLE, SUPERB, INVALUABLE, INSTRUCTIVE **n SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTION. Open for gentlenii-n only, from 10 till 10. Admission 25cent*. HOPE CIIAI'EL, 720 BROADWAY. MATINEE THIS DAY, AT ;< O'' LOCK. CAPTAIN WILLIAMS' WHALING VOYAGE Will elate ene week frnia io~!*t. Every evening dining the week. Wednesday and camrday clieino.iaa. Admission 25 o -nts ctiildeii l.i eenta TUIRD ANNUAL CONCERT IN BEHALF OF THE Bundav School of St Staplien'a Prole slant Episcopal Cltnreh will take place nn Thursday evening, April 24<b, at D>.worth'* llall, Wfi Broadway. Mr. George F. Bristow, Quad?tor. Tickets 25 eenia, to lie lia I of the Sexton of the Church, orat the door on the evening oi ihe concert. Doora 0|<eu a) 654 o'clock; cdn<ert to eommmeeat 7>j. ibeat Canterbury"mi sic hall, r Mia BROADWAY. THE HIGHEST PINNACLE OF SUCCESS REACHED. TUB GREAT CANTERBURY AT THE ZENITH OF ITS GLORY. CKOWLKii HOUSES. t rgakbu houses. NOT Bt EN STANDING ROOM FttR THOME Willi COME LATE. TIIK STAR TEOUPE OF THE WORLD? A Company til tor the nr*t opera Uout,e or theatre In Ihe uuiverae. Among olh.ia:? j nh ulai nun, / trtritKTTA, TitK BKACTirUL KANFRKITA, THE BEAUTIFUL /.AMKItKTTA, T1IB BEAUTIFUL KANF-HETTA, TUB CARLO FAMII.Y, TUB CARLO FAMILY, ol'stavk bidkaux, uu8tave bidkaux, BILLY BIRCH, BILLY BIKCU, BEN C OTTO If, BEN I OTTOS, MISS KATIILKBN OlfEIL TUB CLIFFORD SISTERS, MLLB. ADELAIDE PRICE nnd TIIK CANTERBURY MINSTBRLS. THIS (BATcROAT) AFTKKNODN, AT * O'CLOCK, TUIrt (SATVKl)AY) AFTERNOON, AT I O'CLOCK, A OR AM) MATINEE, A ORA.ND MtTINEK, A (IRANI) MATINKK, A ORAM) MATINEE. For the egpftclal eo oTiimoiiHtmn of LADIES AND CHILDREN. LADIES AND CHILDREN. VfR P. M. V Ml SCO'S " 8TABAT MATEIl POLO RO ill nit" will be performed at Irving Hall on Thuraday, the Z)lli Inal, Tho ?olo? will be, Malum" Clara M. Brinkerlioir, aoprano; Mile Octuvla Oomlen, alio; Mona.ejul. J. Durant, tenor, and Honor R. Qontnleg, Imvi) CTAR TO MANAGERS OF THEATKBS.?MiSd JANB J COOMHS. after a mi cc <aftil engagement id lorty nig lit a at the llayinarket Theatre, Loud 01. and auhMonent profea tonal triumph In Liverpool and M inrt,c*ter. will return to New York eaily In May. Manager* deairnna of negotiating for engagement* will pirate addrrta, Mlai .1. Coombs' Agent, care 01 Cn irleaT. Paralod, hot J.Tll Poll olll"e, N. Y. L7FOX'S OLYMPIC THKATRK, ?tt BROADWAY ? . Ladlea and gentlemen engaged at this theatre will plea*" meet thla morning at 10 o'clock. Opening nlglit. Monday noil O. C. HOWARD, AttL.g Manager The amusement par excellence-hop tonight at Madame 8 YD VAOEAU'R Dancing Academy, 818 Broadway, abm c lloiiaton at reel. A number ol'olegant danaeiiaea engaged Tor tho ore.,,ion. Commencing at 8 and eloamg at ll)i o rlix'k. Adm-alun AOcenK. DO NOT FOUOET THE OREAT FltKK AND EASY tin* evening, ni the tloime of Common*, 2it We?t lloiiaton street, on iv mvh oe aaton we guarantee to give t >" tgverg of harmony ft gregt treat, Look at ih* conalellailon of alar*:?J. Con ley, K. Rilav, (Jeo. Urfty, Byroni Brown, Hpanlding Snri idgr, and, laM bill not l???<, Jarne* Kl.ay, Ihe.ctleI brate I irK'.i Corne ll tit. ft ,7 AlltlSKMKV ?V ACADEMIES OK MUSIC?NEW YORK AND BROOKiyu. GRAU'S ITALIAN OPKR h. Ticket olll ujut-u n? morning at the Ati'lum;, Beor 6 Scbrltner ?, 7(11 Bro ulw.iv, un 1 tiib IV, 12 Wall street. on eastkr monday. April >i, with the debut of the faiuuus tenor from the (l'aconl IIkvuda Opera, HONOR TOMBESI. wh"?? fr sh voice end e .traordiiiary skill as a vocalist, comblued wit:i the impeluoua nspiiauon of a young actor, have alrea i \ p aoed him among the for most tenor* of the age. The opera a -looted lor thU oc asion will be Verdi's celebrated work, EIO'iLKTTO. In whh h the ius'b esieemt d Am lean prlm>t donna, MtSS CLtll.i LOUISE tvEELuOG, will repeat her reuiarkable luipersona ion 'f Uiida. M ME. ELENA D'ANORI. the renowned prima donna contralto will have the honor la make her rem roe In the role o Mag : U na. SI UNO It TOUiSE-SI will a].pear in the ro e of C "int d? Mantua?a jutrt eelarUd by himself for his debut, and esteemed by the crith al aa on* of the beat iu hi* reperto r . 8IONOR KERB!, wholaunlv really re -o ni ?d a* ' e greateat representatu# of the character of Kigoletto, will ha. e the liouur to renew his a i|uainiauce with a New Vork public iu that important lull ersouatton. 8KJNOR HARILT SPARkFUCILK Musical Direr,or ttnl Condi c <>r Bettor M 1 '/AO OS TUESDAY, (IKAND OPERA IN BROOKLYN. YIRS I' APPEAR ANCE IN THAT CITY Oh THE RENOWNED CONTRALTO, "ME ELENA D'ANORI. Flrat time In Brookivn, L\ FAVOUITA. With D ANORI, BK1USOLI, FhRKl AND SCSINL WINTER GARDEN. __ THIS EVENING, Sept. IU BENEFIT or BARTON HILL, on which oocoaion be will appear aa ARMAND la CAMII.LE. MATILDA HERON, who has most generously tendered her services, will appear aa CAMILLE. MONDAY. 21st, FIRST APPEARANCE of the young heroine o the Amen an stage. BISS BATKMAN, assisted by Mlt. H. PLACIDE, J. W. WALLACE, JR., EDWIN ADAMS, and a powerful company. NEW BOWERY THEATRE. Sole proprietor Mr. J. W. Linear* SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1862, MR. E. EDDY, as Lyden, In Bulwer's play of THE LAST DAYS OF POMPEII, and as Heuri Biagaloue and Henri La Febre, in the psychological dr.una of THE SPIRIT FRIEND. Dancing by MISS LOUISA BROWNE. And the comic farce of THE PACHA'S I'BTfl. JgARNUM'S AMERICAN MUSEUM. SATURDAY, APRIL 19. 19(52. GRAND FAMILY HOLIDAY. TWO Sl't.KNDII) PERFORMANCES 1" luv ujici noon tit . v 'tut n, til ith, i.ti iwni| children, families ?nd schools, tuat ihey may see that lateresiing and aniusiiiu p'ay, prepared especially for the eater* talnmcut of juvenile*. HOP 0' MY THUMB ; On, TIIE OGRE AND THE DWARF; In which COM. NUTTt and ihu bBLQIAN 01 ANT 11 the smallest and l irg.iet n en ever known, one 8 KEKT HIG1I ! and the other ONLY 2 FEET ! I appear in the lending character*, the Dwarf ami the Ogre, A CONTRAST OF LIVING HUMANITY never before ee.en on the fa e if the Globe, making the? heretofore supposed f.ibnloua being* TRUE LIVING CHARACTERS It * Nowti your time, ladle* 1 Till* 1* your opportunity, little folk* I you've never before hail ?uch a one. You can Bee at one ulnnee * the sweetest little man." email enough to put in your I'O .kel, and the veriest Oiaut, a reel Goliath ; and that. too, ill a moat Interesting play. This play 1* followed by a most laughable aud fascinating farce, entitled A LESSON FOR LOVERS, by Mrs. Prior, Miss C. Alford aud Messrs. Iladaway and Nsale. The Giant and Dwarf are also on exhibition at all hoant as aie THE QUAKER OR WOODEN GUN, from the rebel lorlllieations at Centreville, Vs.: TIIE LIVING HIPPOPOTAMUS, whose d pariure from the city hasbecu unavoidably delayed I as bus also the curious ami amusing WHAT IS in which is also on exhibition nl all hours; together with THE GREAT LIVING WHALE, from the Northern wax, the leviathan ot th" great deep. THE MADAGASCAR ALBINOS. THE LIVING BLACK SUA LION. LIVING MAMMOTH GRIZZLY REAR SAMSON, the large-l ever captured ?llv. , weighing near 2,000 pounds. Lit lug Living Monsier Snakes. Living Happy Family, Living Turtls. Grand A'lUeria, with its multitude of beautiful L ibiii; Fixh, and near a milium of other Cutiositles. Adml-sh n to all 2i cents; children under ten, 16 cents. BRYANTS' MINSTRELS. Mechanics' Hall, 472, Broadway, above Grand street. MONDAY, April 14, and every night during the week. CROWDED HOUSES. IMMENSE SUCCESS OF YE OLD FOLKS' CONCERT, YE OLD FOLKS' CONCERT, BLACKSMT11S- JUBILEE, DR. TUMBLETY OUTDONB, DATS WHAT'S DE MATTER. Horn, Campbell, Florence, Eminett, Savort, Peel, Hobb'a, Getting*, Fowh r, Hilton, Leslie, G&rataiua, Gould, Morrison, MEL AND DAN BRYANT, In a brilliant variety of Song*, Dunce*, Plantation Scenas. ko. Doors open st curtain rises at 7\. Ticket*2.> cents. \TAN AMBURGH k CO.'B MAMMOTH MENAOERIB and OREAT MORAL EXHIBITION. HYATT FROST Manager. SEVENTEENTH STREET, near Sixth avanus. SEVENTEENTH STREET, near Sixth twaua Doors open 1U, 2 and 7. Performance ll)f, 3X and 8K ... ovm. _ .a AND feTKNli^""' under AN IMMF.NSK NEW PAVILION, '* ? containing upwards of 4>,UU0 square feet of cloth, u4nt? ufartured by I'. Dougherty, 171 South at reel, N. Y. TUE L1VINU WILD ANIMALS oil occupy aupirb cages resembling miniature palaces, whl< li arc constructed by those incomparable carrt iga mantle l'actiirrra, Fielding Bi others, Forty-Aral a tree t, N. Y. TIM ornamental painting* on tht ni Is tl e inoat cursor J l nary effort of pictorial art and enterprlae erer aeeu In any country In the world. They were executed by II. Bocae, whs baa excelled in this particular Instance any artlat of the preseal day. This I'NEOITALLRD EXHIBITION ban been visited dttrtng the paat week (notwithstanding tha inclemency of the weather) iiy upwards of 23 UUu PERSONS, and pronounced by the | rest, tie ray, and ellto of tha City, to surpass, In beauty and variety, any exhlhlllou of the klua in tbc known w ria. 1'P aa< renumber tin*. This la POSITIVELY THE LAST WEEK POSITIVELY THE LAST WEEK of tills exhibition In New York previous to starting on Ita Annual 8 iminer Tour. There will l>? eighteen pcrfortuansea gix i n '.his week?thi t e e tch day, MORNING. AFTERNOON AND EVENING, rain or shine, sleighing or rto s'ctghlng, snow or no anovr. There I. nnl t'ie least s adiixx- of li doubt but that then wllfba IMMENSE AUDIENCES UXhER THk MAMMOTH PAVILION, (the lurgest erer constru *? .! In Aim-r c*> to see this MtMMlfH COLLECTION Of Living Animal4, tlx- li\i in the world of which i( the Ulti.AT WAK ELEPHANT, UANN1BAL, AI.sO TI1K PERFORMING ELEPHANT. TIPPO 8AI8. and almost in. n mni'ij of antmala kn< wn to u.ilurallsta. The nubile c.m form no lc'et o! the coat ol this IMMENSE ZOOLOGICAL ENTERPRISE, and Tan Amburgh A Co assure them that the colt of the establishment la poaltivelv flOft.OOO, and requires to tr..naroit and exhibit It the services of eighty.four men and one hundred and twehlv horses. I.A.ST PERFORMANCE, SATURDAY NlGUT. AI'RLL If LAST PERFORMANCE, SATURDAY NIGHT, APRIL If IRVING HALL-EASTER MONDAY. In commemoration of the m-eat SIGNAL VICTORIES OP THE NATIONAL FORCES. A GRAND TE DEUM will be performed AT IRVING HALL, ON MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 11. LIEUTENANT GENERAL SCOTT, GENERAL ANDERSON, ROBERT T. IIAW'S. Est}., and other emineni men hare signified their Intention lotf present, health permitting. Sola* by MRS. MOZART. MME. STOEPEL, MR O T. ILRLBY, THE NEW TORE HARMONIC fOCIETY^"^^ In full strength. Large O.rheatra and JarMn'M Oa bedral P. d I Ortu. George P. Briatow jUonduotae Tickets, NO cents eaeh. Reserved Chsirs, 7ft centa. To be had at the principal MusV Stoma, and at Irving Hall oonier Irving place and Fifteenth alre-t. BBCURE sEATS-NO RESERVED SEATS SOLD AV THE DOCKS NIBLO'STONOBRTSALOON-THEATRE PRANCAMS. TUESDAY. APKIL21, (RASTER TUESDAY). ItKNKPIT OP M. PAUL JUIONKT. LA DAME AUX TROIB COCLRI'HB, Cotnedle Vaudeville en trola actea de M. Bayard. LR SKRMKNT D HORACE. Comedle en tin act I (Kuvre Poslhume) da Henry Muglr. Reserved acat If. Adml -Ion II cketa Mr., to be had at IL Dardonvllle'a, eg} Broadway, and at the doar on tha nlghla ol performance. Mk.GBO.~VAN DBNHOFP R ai eeUully announces that ha will giro his ste al Soiree aiucu Uli return, assisted by MRS. G. VANDENHOFF, at DODWORTH'S HALL, No. SOI Broadway, On WEDNESDAY. April Zt, Readings from Shakrperat Tennyson. Dlekcns. Ac , with IMITATIONS OF FBC1ITER. In Hamlat and Othello. Tickets SOe. Commence at 8 o'clook. precisely. NIXON'S ORIGINAL ROYAL CIRCUS. Mr JAMES M. NIXON la happy to announce tha aa? cctaful Consummation ol an engagement with the TWO SMALLEST MEN IN TIlB WORLD. COMMODORE FOOTE, who, although twenty-t'irea years af age, Is scarcely a fool high, and hia friend and vnde m coin, COL. SMALL, who la leaa In Inches than he la In years. The latter gentleman la the qtunlaacenca of Lilllputlanlsmi aJ ?Jl?? itw.iria style ihemaelvea Norti)jhe ess pr'ovf'M'.i7r \(f^ bpUg K? wrat^ ^ 8MALL wllUlP'.r.t qkKITV Af. 1IOVAL CIRCrS. <* JBQfamWBBe "*" PAjSKKTbTSl?V,TF? DU'V,AV'I,WAU.EU.T"? 2wn rtfiMSSf ?.BA ADa? Brown. at ^ ya wn ,. 15 cant*. To comment .Poi o'clock F.irt'.M ulTtn - pottle pr prlrtta enMrlAtn* SUfc *"00M,Pll0ail?n l* J. B. Biown, room I" Clinton lull. IkTATlONAL ACADEMY OF DBHIQJt.-THB THIRTY N wrpiUh Ann'iii ElhlbHlon of lha National AoAdamjr of De?l*n. ronttailni <>t onjjlAnl work* fcj IWlng arllau, la n >?a ourn for ll? NIND M UaIMFMB Broadway. FCMod ticket* HO cent* Stnjtla AdmlMlon 16 ? ? ? T. ADDIHON RKMIARDS. Oorre-Dondlng B?c'y. 1* A. BOWERY THEATER TO LET?WITH SCENERY War'tob* and I'rotx rtlea. 1 mmadjaf poaaaaalofrI',CR Appl/li JOllB 8. QlljU, BwilYtr,M lllgAuPtkatrpfc

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