Newspaper of The New York Herald, March 5, 1855, Page 7

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated March 5, 1855 Page 7
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ADVERTISEMENTS RENEWED EVERY DAY. ' TICH ANTS' REG ISTKR. 4 FACTORY TO LET ? ON SEVENTEENTH STREET, A between the North ri ver and Tenth avenue, newly killt, with gooJ light; fitted up for a io?p factory, but nutabM for other purposes, with a dwelling house )? front. A lease can be had. Inquire of C. J. ilOLB, 1M Jane street. A GOOD CHANCE FOR A GENTEEL FAMILY.? TO let, a first (JAM.. house in South Brooklyn. The ?wner and lady would bbard with the family, If mutually agreeable, or the rent can b? paid semi annually. Re ferences exchanged. Apply to THOMPSON** BrRKET, 11 Nassau itreet, room No. 7, second story, back room. A COUNTRY SEAT.? TO LET, IN TBE VILLAGE jfv of Rje, Westchester county, a houae and barn, with thirty acre* of land, five of which are laid out In or chard. The houee contatus ten room*, and U situated within Are minuted' walk of New Havea Railroad depot. Price $300. For further particulars Inquire of THOMAS THEALL, Rye. ' Apart of a gkfikel two story and attic brick home. Rent moderate, wiili turuiture for aale if required. Possession glTen immediately. For particulars apply at 06 Thompaou atrect, between liroome and Spring. Broadway property to ijct.? to let, the spacious store, buiement and cellar, 304 Broadway, each Soor being about twenty Ore feot front by one hundred feet deep. Also. a number of good olfieen in the upper part of the building. Apply to E Bl.OOilKR, 308 Broadway. For rent.? fine opportunity for a family wishing a comfortable residence and garden in Jer sey City.? A two story brick hoase in Pavonia avonue, corner of Prospect street, Jersey City, together wi lb a garden, containing fourteen lots of ground and a variety ef productive fruit trees; also, a carriage houae, and stable* for horses, which may be rented on reaaon able terms. Apply to Mrs. WM. G. POST, on the premises. ECRNIBIIED HOUSE-THE HOUSE TO LEASE AND furniture for aale. A first class three story and tment house, containing all the modern improve ments, nearly new, situated in one of the best location* up town, within one block of Madison square, will be leased for a term of years. The furniture, which U tenteel, and comprises everything that is required to eep up a small establishment in good style, will be soid low, according to its value. This Is a good opportunity for persons wishing to go to housekeeping to get a bouse ready for immediate use. For particular* address 8. T. , box 862 Post Office. House to urr? from the first of may next, the two story and attic brick bouse. No. 504 Broome street, between Hudson aid Variok streets. Can be seen between the hours of 11 and A o'clock. Rent 9376. For particulars apply to J. B. ARCHER, No. 32 King street, after 6 o'clock P. M. aOUSE TO IJiT? THE TWO STORY HOUSE NO. 422 Broome street, near Broadway: a fine situation usiness purposes. For further information. Inquire of 8. D. ADDISON, 104 Fulton street, near Broadway. OWFE TO RENT? FULL OF FIRST CI.A8S BOARD ers; receipts near MOO per week; location unsur passed, being in the lower part of the city, west of Broadway, but a short distanoe from the City Hall. The furniture which Is nearly new, will be sold low for cash. For particulars eall at 289 Broadway, room 10. Also a first class house to rent, suitable for gentlemen board on; rent low with a good lease. B01T8E. TO IJCT? IN THE VICINITY OF THE NEW York Hotel, with all the modern Improvements; furniture and everything In nice order, for sale; bow full of first class boarders; location unsurpassed; sickness being the only reason for disposing. B. W. RICHARDS, No. 307 Broadway. ?T TOTE I. TO LET? ON BROADWAY, WITH LEASE, 11 containing, in all, from forty to fifty rooms; loca tion very prominent, being in the vicinity of the New York Hotel. Yearly rent very low, 11,600, the fnrniture which 1s good, must be purchased. I'rioe, about 94,000. B. W. RICHARD J, 307 Broadway. STORE AND BASEMENT TO LET. IN THE VICINITY of the Aster House and Broadway. The location unsurpassed for almost any description oi buaineu. Yearly rent 9700. Full possession can be had inline, diately. Location first rate for a tailoring establish* ment. Apply toB. W. RICHARD3, 307 Broadway. rpo LET? A PUBLIC HOUSE, WITH SITTING ROOM, .1 and other apartment* if required. Also, two largo Meat m, with four ante-room* adjoining, suitable for societies or military purposes. Apply at 136 Grand it TO I ET ? PARI OF A HOUSE AT 118 <V'E8r HIX. teenth iitreet, consisting of four room* on the se cond and third floors, without a basement, to a small family .without children. Gal, and privilege of bath room. Rent $250. Can be seen from 12 to 3. f" 0 LET? 58 NORTH MOORE STREET- ? A THREE X iter; fad UsemeRt brl'k house, containing qipe tOouis; the home will be put in thorough repair. In quire of HENRY JOHNSON, 01 Walker street. Alio to let, in Krookljn, 71 President street, a three story and basement brick bou?e, containing 11 rooms, in good order. Also to let. a three story and basement brick houcc containing 10 rooms, handtomely finished, gas throughout the house, with new fixtures. Inquire of J. EVANS, corner of Hoyt and i'acific streets, near At lantic, South Brooklyn. TO LET? THE STORE 171 GREENWICH STREET. Can be divided into two stores, and immeiliate pos session. Also, the two modern houses 65 and 87 Green wich avenue, and a number of offices in buildings 301 and 208 Broadway. Apply to E. BLOOM4R, 208 Broad E LET? THE UPPER I'ART OF THE BEAUTIFUL maibls front buildiog 405 Broadway, with ah >w window on the street, to a good tenant. Also the second floor of 38 Canal street, 100 feet from Broadway. Apply to GROVER, BaKER k CO., 405 Broadway. mO LET? FROM FIRST OF MAY, THE THIUCE STORY 1 house No. 4 Thompson street, fitted with hot water, baths, range, Ac. May be noon from 2 to 4 P. M. Ap ply to Dr. SMITH, 120 Canal street. rf MT? CEIJAR AND OFFICE IV 46 VE3EY STREET, occupied by E. Trajy, brewer, of I.msingburg, as beer cellar for the last two years, and has a very large run of customers; also the Walton House, 328 Pearl street, snd lofts in 45 and 86 Vesey ftreet. Apply to JOHN BOYD, 45 Vesey street. ffW LET? TWO GENTEEL THREE STORY AND I basfmsnt brown front houses, pleasantly situated near Broadway, In Forty fifth street, Nos 127 and 125. eontalniog twelve rooms, kitchen range, wash tubs, hoi and cold water bath room, wash bowls, fee., with dry rab-cellar. Apply at 138 East Twenty first street, and SB the premises Rent moderate. rpo LET? THE CELI AR, A IjOFT ANI> AN OFFICE, I in bull'. ing No. 20 Old slip, between Front and South streets. rpC LET? THE FIRST CIASS THREE STORY HOC3E. I No U24 Thompson street, between Bleecker and Amity streets, in the vicinity of Washington square. For particulars inquire at 224 Thompson street. rpO LET- THREE FLOORH, OVER A STORE IN I Maiden lane, occupied now as a boarding house; has a good dining room, range in kitchen, and all tbe modern improvements. Will sell tbe furniture if deeir ed, and give a lease for four years. Apply to WM R. HARRISON ft CO , 336 Broadway. rLET AND FOR SALS-BOOM AND PA1T3 OF houses, in New York, Brooklyn and Hofooken; alto stores. Wanted, several houses an) parts of houses, on the east tide ol the town. W. R. HARRISON & CO., 335 Broadway. IO 1.ET? SECOND bTORY A V'D ATTIC OF HOUSE IN Frankl.c street, a few doors west of Broadway; four rooms oo recond float, gas, and tliree In attic; h >t and cold water in kit hen. ingestion immediately Ap ply to WU R. HARRLSON A: CO , 335 tfroadway, Mo.' fat's Building * TO LET-WF.i.!. FURNISHED BOOMS, 1'IEASANn.Y situated, for fntlnaen with or witboj'. partial board Apply at 11S Fourth street. Gas and ba'hs n the liouso. Keferenies exchanged. r LIT? FROM THE FIRST OF MAY NEXT, A TWO story ar'i attic house, three blocks from AMngdoa squsre, by a physician who will reserve two robins, an 1 require beard (or hima-lf and servant, in part payment for rent. Address I'hynijian, Herald office, with refer ents *0 HT-AN Wlffi W NO. 8 KR'IAIl STREET ? IN quire of WILLIAM II OKKNEi.LE. KIJIT? THE TWO IajTS, KM 7 A VI? 9 street. (80 feet front ) opposite the lli-'sm Rirer osd freight and p??senger ftatlcn; an 1 close le ths Cell ts' stean.sblp dock and rioboken ferry. Apply to JAHK-I PRICE, 2M) Hudson street. f|X) LET-ONE Of THOSE DUIRABLK HOC SIB IN X Washington plase. Brooklyn (late WlPianisburg). For particulars, Inquire of JAMES LYN'.'U, 78 South Third street, near Fourth. mo I AT? A . ?'MAI I. TWO hTOkY AND BASEMENT 1 house, No 12 Tenth stree*, near Sixth avenue. Apply to H. T PlERCfc. 1ft Rsst Twenty seventh street. rLET? FROM THE 1ST OF MAY NEXT, THE R?*>ND, third, fourth, and attic story of bouse 214 William street. Will bo let for any mechanical business. Croton water in every story Rent very low. Apply to J. i w ? 218 William street. _ | Ti LET? TART OF HO CPE NO 20 STANTON STREET. Apply to J. E. BOWDEN, 390 Broome street. r LET? THE HOUSE AND VTORE, CORNER OF Washington and Hammond streets; house anl rtere, 8# K Vesey street also, a brick building, 38 by 76, fear t tones high, on tbe -orner ot First avenue aad 1 Twenty-eigl th street, wsil ailapted for s manufa-turiag frns ness well ligMed on !lir?e sides. Apply to PETER LYMCll, 41 Vesey street. 0 LET- WITH IMMEDIATE POSSESSION. THE d wiling part of bonse Vn, .140 Fourth evenne, be twven Tew ntr seven'h and Twtn'y eignth streets, con sisting of '.wsivi riH-Bt. tatn, ga?, dumb- waiter, Ac. Rest, 9526. Also one or two smsll I. onset at 1400 ^ KB KINWHIMKR, 819 Fonrth avenaO. Irro l.rr-THjc two roc* story and bassmewt I J. ho usee adjoining each other, en the northwest ner of Howsten and Croeby streets, replete with tern eenvtnteDces, now and for teveral years past looeapssd as a 6r?t lass boaritlaghoute. Apply to 1 JAKB9 PRICE, 20v Uadson street TKNAIirS RKKI8TER. rU?T? PART OF THE HOUSE 176 SIXTH AVENUE, between Twelfth and Thirteenth street*, cou?i*t tng of fomr rojmi on Irst toor over store three room* in attic and basement. C?b be seen from 10 till 4 o'clock. Kent 1350. Apply In the atore. rr >o liCT? a country heat at fordham, webt _? cb titer county, ou the Harlem Railroad, one hour'* ride ftnn New -Yorfc, and about five minute*' walk from the depot It eouslst* of a modern built dwetl'ng house, carriage boute, Ac., with about twe acrue of ground attachad, beautifully ornamented with fruit and evergreen tree*. For health, proapect, &c , the utua tion is uniurpaxed. Apply to Jonn Berrien, on the premiaea. rpO IJ5T? IN HOBOKEN, WITHIN THREE MINUTES J walk of the ferry, a few new flrit clasa hoaaee, iu liver teiraue, with tower*, , ornamental front*, and ?onrt yard*, commanding a beautiful Tlew of the river and New York ; have all the uiodern improvement*, in ?lading gas and hot and cold water, and will be let to private families of the hlgU*st respectability only. ? Boarding house keeper* need not apply. Inquire corner ?f Hudson and Second street*, Hoboken, of K. MAR TIN, rpO LET? rACTORY, 80 11Y 40, WATER POWER, OAL J culated for moulding, printing, engineering, Ac., situated in Orange eouuty, 1 hours from till* city, ana ? few yardg from Krie Railroad depot. Al*o, houie*, barn and 26 acres of land. Dr. U PRICE MOORE, 77 Warren atreet. 10 I JET ? TI1K FOUR STORY HOUSE 338 FOURTH avenue, between Tweaty-tlfth an l Twenty -aixth ?treete. Ha* Croton, hot and colli water, bath and ga*. Rent $880. Inquire of 1'. JARDINES, 122 Water atreet. fpO IJCT ? A SMALL HOUttE, NO. 64 EAST FIFTEENTH JL stru t, with gas, hot aud cold water and bath. Kent | 9600. Inquire at 889 Broadway. fpo I. KT? COTTAGE IN HORATIO STRFET ; PART OF JL houie in Eighth avenue: also, a number of itable* In Eighteenth street. Apply to P. WHITE, Jr., stove ?tore, 180 Eighth avenue. TO LET? THE STORES, WITH BASEMENTS, OF NOS. 6 and 7 N&xtaa atreet. No. 7 will be altered and pnlnted to suit, and possession can be had by the first of April. Also, office* in *ame building*. Apply to J AWES Crftl'IKfcHANK, 33 Broadway, or Spring A Irving, No. 7 Nassau atreet, second story. 10 LET? THE GREATER PART OF A FOI'R STORY new English basement house 200 West Thirty *e eood itreet, between Eighth and Ninth avenue*; all the modern improvement*. Rent $600 to $600. Owner'* family only In the hoano; also upper part of houie 23 Sullivan street, corner of Grand; also the basement. Apply to T MANSON, Dentil t, 386 Broadway. TO LET? A NEW TWO STORY AND ATTIC HOUSE on nortb side of Eighty- sixth street, near Iiarl Gate ferry, between avenue* A and B. House I* 26 by 36 feet, and replete with modern conveniences. I<ot 2."i by 138 feet. Apply on the premises, or to JOSEPH FOl'LKE'S SONS, 48 South itreet. TO IJCT? A COTTAGE BUILT HOUSE, WITH OAS and Croton, 47 West Twenty *ixth atreet, between Broadway and Sixth avenue. Can be snen from 12 to 4 o'clock ; after that time Inquire at 109 West Eleventh ?treet. mo I ET? WITH SEVERAL YEARS' I EASE, IF DE _L ai/ed, a very aaperior house in Uleecker atreet, weet of Broadway, 'the raaidenoe of a private family. The houae contain* thirteen rooma, with all the modern Ira piovementa. Po**t**ion from the 16th to 20th April. B. W. RICHARDS, 307 Broadway. TO LET? THE UPPER PART OF A HOUSE, OVER A ?tore, to an American family. The rent will all be taken out in board. J,oea1ion in the lower part of the Tenth ward. Addre**, with name aud number, box 06 Chatham square Post Ofli je. TO I XT? A FIRST CLASS MECHANICS' BOARDING} houae, with the furniture for sale very low. Price $376; sixteen room*, with Croton water throughout; nearly full of boarders; the houie Ii four story, in a pleasant iltuation, west of Broadway. Yearly rent, $600. B. W. RICHARDS, 307 Broa-lway. rLET? A I.AROE FOUR STORY HOUSE, VEBY near Broadway, below Spring street, containing about twenty rooms, occupied a* a first class boarding bouae; furniture to be purchased reasonably, whan a lease of several years may be obtain*!. Yearly rent, $1,000. B. W. RICHARDS, 307 Broadway. TO IJCT-TWO LARGE FRONT OFFICES, IN BROAD way, a short distance above Chambers street, with a large room in the rear, "6 by 25 feet, suitable for any kind of busiuesr. For particulars inquire of R, \V. RICHARDS, JOt Broadway. rLET? A FINE LARGE ROOM, 8UITABTE FOR A German reitaurant, or a beer saloon and billiard tablet; or will be let for any kind of business, at a mole rate rent to a good tenant. R. W, RICHARDS, U07 Broadway. PlAO IJCT? THE UPPER PART OF THE HOUSE NO. 19 JL Essex street, to a email American family without children. Apply on the premise!. TO LET-A NEW HOI SE, CONTAINING NINE roomt, kitchen, pantries washroom, good water near the doer, a stable, with half an acre of ground, situated In Newtown, within a hundred yards of Wot Flu ailing Railroad depot. Inquire of 0. VAN WICKED on th e premises, or of W. E. klcDONOUGII, 21'2 Broad way, corner of Fulton itreet, New York, room No. 18. TO LET OR LEASE THE 181. AND KNOWN AS Hiker ? 1 aland, beautifully situated in the East rlv*r. about two mi Lee above Harlem, eontaiai about 100 acree of land, beautifully wooded, and bae a large, com modious houae and out buildings, and a fln* nsw dock, that steamboat* can land at at all tides, the whole suitable for a public house and place of summer resort for excursionist#, flshiag, Ac., A*. To a good teuant will be let low for one or more years, and possession giren immediately. Apply at 65 llroad street TO I.ET OR LEAKE ? PARI OR ALL OF THE DWEL ling housa, No. 5 Bona street, near Broadway , is a good location for a dentist, dressmaker or milliner, Pot session giTen before May next If required. nrO LET OR LEASE ? THE IARGE BUILDING (NEAR I ly 30x00 feet) No. 100 Bank street, as a dwelling, or for some light manufacturing purpose, containing seventeen rooms, with new range and bath; well light ed. Sewer in the street. Apply in the office. TO LET OR LEASE ? THE DESIRABLE PROPERTY known as the Mansion Houae of Dr. Morris. The property consists of a tar,.;* dwelling, sultabU outbuild ings, together with n'ne and a half acres of land. It is eligibly located about ten miles from the city, n?ar th* Harlem railroad, and within a lew rods of the river. Has ample garden grouode and one of the finest groves in the country, and Is well calculated either fur a private rvsideece or a female seminary. To a good tenmt It would be let for a term of years, and any reasonable alteration* mace that may be desired For full particu lars apply to Stephen B. Munn or David Murray, 603 Broadway, N. Y. TO LET, OR LEASE ? THAT OOMMODIOCS AND f spacious hotel, known as the Clarendon, situate I at Gowanus, corner of Twenty seventh street and Third ! avenue, Brooklyn, with stables, coacbhiuse, Ac. It is fltted up with every eonvenlence Tbe furniture to be 1 sold. For particulars apply nn the premise*, or to PA1.MKR ATAYIXJR, Attorneys, ?6 Chatham street, N.Y TO LEASE FOR A TKKM OF YEARS? THE STORKS snd basement* of the l.a Fsrge Hiu*e. Broadway, opposite Bond street. Also th* four stories of said house, 160 by 100 feet. Also the store, No 2W5 Broadway. now occupied by Chick* ring, forming an I. with No. Oil Read street, 19" fett Inquire of GM). P. WRIGHT, 283 Ilr lad way, second story. TOLXAHK, AT A MODERATE RENT? A riNE CORNER propejty, centrally loeated, on two principal tho rough; tree on tbe west side of the city, very suitable : for a bank, insurance offices, kr Appif to JAMES PUI'K, 20<> Hudson street. TO UIUU AND GOAL MERCHANTS. ?TO LET? At Vanderbill'a'1 o? -UU-n IsUud, one of th* 1 best lumber snd coal yar<1a in the vtc'nity of New York, embrac'ng from -10 to 60 lots of ground, an! a bulkhead ! of alwut .'00 feet nn the b%v Pot?e?s'on w II be given imme. lattly. Kor further information in |aire of WH. II VANDKI.Hll.T, # Ratiery flare, un stairs. mo RENT VF.RY I OW- -SEVERAL BOOM ON Til* X B'th 0<>or of Trtuity biuijing, Broadway. Apply at 24 Trinity buildlug lilHTRltTIOX. A CARD? THE SUBSCRIBER WILL RECEIVE NEW pupils daily tot class or priva'e instruction in pen ! manstnp so l double entry txiokkeepiog OLIVER II | (iOLl^kflTII, 3*2 Broalway, corner of Franklin street. Br. FtWTER A HIRAM DIXON GIVE LlWSUNS 0 bookkeeping, writing, ke . sfl es Mo Broadway j (Appleten'e BaiVLog.) where gwntlemeu are ou all fled fot i the counting. hou**, In a superior and expeditious man BOOKKEEPING? PRIVATE IJC SON*? MR. D0LBEAR, fc00 Broadway, corner of Houston street, will re ! ceite four pupils tin* dsy or evening, at only tlO for an i unlimited private rourse to practical douMe entry tbl is lets than half the regular price, tbe keaaons may b ; taken at pieasur*. Bookkeeping, arithmetic, writing *<? , tattght by W. J Renville, UMt Fkoadwsy, upon terms to which, fur the peet ten jears, I.* has un laviatingly ad bered. Bookkeeping. by double entry, instru -tl/>n thorough, tiwie unlimited. $12 bookkeeping and m*r'.an tile anthmetls, 116. Each student reoeivea eptnlt at tent ion. IDIOMS ? ANY PERSON WISHING U> LEARN THE Spanish and French languages, can spply at 05 Wast Ihlrty ninth street, ?e*?nd fT<or, between Broadway snd Sixth avenue Classes of*a in the evening. X AIT W WRITING I?W>N8, HALF PRICE ?MR. I 1 J COI.BFAR, fiO0 Broadway, rorne* of Houston street, 1 will form private classes for ladies this w**k, at half price. Mr D. s system is easi If learned and g vee to esrh pupfl that be.tutiful Englisn or American styl* used by the first laminae. MaR'H's cocntino rooms. ~r or ml Pfuoiai of book keeping, writing, Ac .. No S4^ Broadway, ! Applaton's hnlldlng Qfc ilars. with tersn, reference | ke . Ac., on application. Marsh s work on Bonkkaepitf, In Spanish and English, printed la colors, for sale as above. rpo wKo MEN? join aw trtomiii CL*m or 1 Frearh. te pareata, prtrata leeeoss. by M FAHRZ. GOC, a ant va ef France Terma moderaU, gad th* beet i r?r guroendat ???*. 144 Waverley plao* _ HOUIBI, ROOMS, AC., WANTED. A FURNISHED ROOM W ANTED ? FOR A GENTLE A uian *"<1 wife, without board, with pitt rent not to exceed $h per month, rent paid weekly In advanee if desired. Address for two days, Blanche, Herald office. A WIDOW I-ADY Its DKSIHOl'H OK MEETING WITH iome party wlio *ouM let her a house unfurnish ed and receive board in payment for the rent. Aay per son having a house In a good location to let on the above teims will please address B. A. W., Herald office. COUNTRf HOUSE WANTED? A LARUE 1101 ME, pltasanUy situated, within an h>nr's travel or this city, suitable for a fashionable boarding houie. Address box 3,661 I'oet Office. BE-K ROOM WANTED IN A LAWYKR'd OFKICK, ty a young man, (a suitabl eremuneration given.) tiou in the vicinity of tbe City Hall or Wall utreet. Addre s E. K F , box 100 Herald office None need apply but a (list class lawyer doing a good business. FIRNI3HEI) HOUSE WANTED, FOR O.VE OH MORE years ? If desirable the furniture will be pur chased, and paid in monthly instalments. Address Mo, 10 Ikruout House, oorner ol College place and Murray street. HOl'BE? WANTED TO KENT, FOR A TERM OF jears; a Hinall bouse, with the modern Improve ?rents, In the upper part of tbe city, for a small family; rent not to exceed (600. Possession wanted on or be fore tbe 1st of May. Undoubted references given. Ad dress, with particulars, box 413 1'ost Office. Room wanted? in bkooki.yn, not over five minutes' walk from the South ferry, by a young man. in a private family, win re the comforts ol home csn be enjoyed. Address 0 il. K., Herald office. QTATKN LSI. AND. ? WANTED, ON 1ST MAY, FOR A H lannly of three, (no children ) a small, neatly (in-* lshed cottage, In a respectable neighborhood, and con venient to on* of the landings. Address, post paid, with full particulars, to W. W., box 1 ,425, Post Office, N. Y. WANTED? THE UPPER i'ART OF A HOUSE, ?Y A gentleman and wife, in a respectable neighbor hood ; location must be either la the Seventh, Tenth, or thirteenth want, house must contain Croton, gas, Ac. ; rent must be moderate. Good references given, Ac. Address 8. C. E. , box 129 Herald office. WANTED? TO RENT, FROM FIRST MAY NEXT, psrt of a house for a small, genteel family, con sisting of a gentleman, his wife, and little girl the neighborhood of Fulton avenue preferred. Address J. K., postpaid, City Bank, Brooklyn. WANTED? BY A HMALL F?.MILY OF BIT THREE persons, (no children.) part of a mooern built house with gas aud Crotcn water, location bo'.ween Eighth and Twenty fifth streets and west of llroadway. It. nt must be moderate. Address J. P. It., Herald office, stating location and rent. WANTED? WITH IMMEDIATE POSSESSION, A bouse with all the modern Improvemets from (400 to SMC, or a line upper part, in a private famly. Ad. dress box No. 4, Herald office, stating terms and location. \\T ANTED ? APARTMENTS, CONSISTING OF TWO VV looms and two bedrooms, or two rooms, one bed r< oro and basement, situated in the Third or Seventh wards, for a small American family. Address A. F., Herald office, stating terjis, Ac. l?T ANTED TO PURCHASE? A WEI. I- BUILT THREE TT or four story house, in a good neighborhood, not above Thirty -fifth street. Tbe west side uf the city pre ferred. Address box 3,736 Poet Office, stating particu lars as to siie of building and lot and prii*e, which must be low. WANTED IN HOBOKEN? BY A SUA IX FAMILY, A small bou/e, or part of a house, not very far olf the ferry. Address box 3081 Post Office. M18CELI.ANEOl!8. (JN-I rv AAA AGAINST M.000, IF H. T. LOVF.T HP I V'UWv fail" to produce ladies and gentle men in this city, from fifty to seventy years of age, who have been gray and bald, but who now have perfect heads of hair as when young, by the use of Lovet's *%h peue. Office, 702 Broadway, four doors above Eighth St. 1 t?X. CANAL STREET, NEAR VAP.ICE W. * a. J[ OO VAN NOTE'S grate and feador, kltehea range, summer range and stove warerooms. We have a largi assortment of the latest patterns of mantel grates ranges and stovee, for sale on reasonable terms. Oratet and rangts set and repaired, range* lined, brass foaad ere' and jewellers' furnaces built, stoves lined, haksrr ovens batlt and repaired. AKORTT NE? THE BUB3CRIBKR8 HAVING PUR chaied the most valuable invention (and only one,) in Uie worM, rlx. a machine for printing, without ??? tun * type, oders to perrons of respectability, ener gy toil ability, inducements to secure a fortune rarely to Sirft with, a cauitftl ?( V'OOto 9600 ia accessary, best reftrtnc&i required . A<\ lresi, or apply to G. W. JOHNSON, Hartford, (jonn., or P. U. HUNTLEY, lley street House, N. Y. Birds, biki#.? a nkw stuck of imported ca Danes, longbreeds, bullfinches, goldfinches, chef be*, blackbirds, starling*, thrushes, aiakins,* mocking bird*, red birds, car iiials, pigeons, parrot*, kc. , for Mia at H. EK8T.N ER BKOTHERM, 7b Fulton a treat, corner of Gold. Alio, cage* and ssedi constantly oe band. BHU.-1II8 OK EVER 7 DESCRIPTION AT THE BRUSH factory, 337 Pearl street, Franklin square. All articles Mild at the lowest factory prices. Paint brushes ef auperior qusfity constantly on ban<l. Machine hr.ishes made to order. JOHN K. HOI'PLI. CURE OF CORNS MY MADAME BKRHARI), NO. Iff bowery, east aide, between Broome ana Jtelaney street*. Madame B. reapectfully iaforma the public thai she has reduced ber priee in ordar to enable every one to be free from pain, anil feela ccnfldent In promising that she will restore eorne, bunions, sails grown in the flesh, Ac , without causing the least pain or inconvenience. Perrons can be attended to at home or at Madame B.'? residesee, from 1 until 7 o'clock P. M. CURES WARRANTED ? DR. POWERS' SPBCIFIC pill*, for quick cures, ia unequalled SI per box. Dr. Powers' ladies' pills, the great female medicine, price tl per box? a certain cure for obstructions and iroyu larities. Fold at No. W) Canal street, ono do <r east of Broadway. GRFEN TURTLE SOUP AND HTEAK J ? R C. MONT GOMKRY a* ill serve up a One turtle this >Uy and during tbe week, at 16 and 17 Beekmaa street. Families suppliel by sending their orders. 1MP0RTFD WOVE COR-<Ere ? UID1E-! GETTING NKW rprinr dreeses should procure a pa r of Mra Oaynor't celelirate>d and elegant flttlog French woveror ets Her prices are ooly half usually charged. 4ft Tnird even ne, near Tenth street. N. B ? Also, shiMren's and mi 'see corsets. INVENTOR rf OFFICE, 58 WA1.I. hTRKtr, NK? York; 40 (office 27) Htate street, Boston ? The ob ject of this "ifllr# la to place inventor'* of j.atei ta io 'on sertion with rapltalisfe, whereby they can obtain as slstanre to perfect, or aell the whole or parts of their is TSi.tinne, nr form <-<>onect lnoa with psrtlee for the ma nn'acture of their patented articles, Much an 1 ?Bice ha* long been needed by young and Ingenious mechan>e t'j enable them to obtain m' an* to perfect their nvent.ou* with rapidity, aod pla <? them he'*, re the public, that they may realise substantial ret'irua for the w<ira* of tbelr genius Offi'.e hours Iron lit A. tl to 3 P. M. MACARONI" HEIXFH Ai IIROrilRK HAVE NOW fur sale at the Cro'nn Mills, Cherry street, New York, macaroni of their own manufacture whnh fer delicacy cf tiavor, and superiority in other res|iects over the Imported article, reromiwn le itself at ones f r fsmily use Put up In boxes o< 2t pouo ta each. A dlnount allowed to purchasers of ten or twenty box" Mocuwun ra ?aie.-a bflendw mock leg Mfd , this biril mocks rats, 'toga, hMis, m>>a tors, ard i? out to t>e excelled by any r> the tlty. Apply at No. 47B Fourth street. O- LD 100BB, liBUW, AND hm ai.; PIMM Of boots, bought foe rash ? Persons baring any to d irpo-e of will be wsite<i upoo s< tbelr reaiden e. Apply at 10'. Kigbth avsone, between 1 ifteenth and Siitneoth streets. OLD CtRIOMTY SHOP BURNT OUT ? OLD EN- .RaV logs, old h"oka, small prints, illustrated books, autographs, anything in the shape of IlVsreture or art, hougnt and sold at t'J7 Hronoway, basement Also, Morgan's Expose of Masonry, Eagti?b Caricatures, An. B EDUCED PRICH*.? CONFECTIONERY, WilOIJCHALK and retail at rwducsd piices st T Q. HOMshOH' n. a u u f/vctory , 1**4 Greenwich street, between CorUaidt and IJIarty. 8imw nattf - ftrrmifff * nm enow ca-k wareioom, 57 liowery, between Walker aed lleyard strtets CasSS made in every style sliver plated, brass, ro?e and aa'.in wood, mahogany, fcc N II ?Oil ansae ta> cn in ?xehange. Orders promptly eseeute-l. SHOW CA> MRMI I ft k BRoniK-l slANlEA' lory and warerooma. No 16 North Will %m rtieet, ne?r ' hatha in. New York, and at 77 Wast Tnlr.l strew*. Cm rinnsti, Ohio A large asa-irto>eot ooaUatly on hand Old show aa?? token in exchange Or ler* j.r inp'ly exe cntal 1'HK NKW YORK FOf'NDRY AND IRON RAIfJWO t> mj any? Hole manufactures* of Crowel! saeiebrated cast Iron rao og without rivets, (saving at least twenty Ave cents per f'">t.) els* ef CroweD's new alvle ef wire railing', ?lacitedly the eh.apeet in the Oaited fltatee Ail km<*s nf -estings such as columns, trusses, sills and lintels, gliders, verandas, brackets vault envers. window and dm r guards. Ac. Every kind ef wrought Iron work for buildings, such as d< ore ahuttera, anebors (rating*. Ac , o>-ne at lowest prices an<t with deepateh HpecUl attention giv?n to eontrnete few all tbe iron work for bolk'lnirs of every clnes. Feua<lry foot of Forty siiUi street, North river, feropiea In ee-Uooe e f all wors at the war> as, Vos. 7 s sod II D-iane street, a few doors east of Broadway. I^'rimD ftatw" wrii^- the J for ? ale flre hundred f'atts l "tatee rif!?s, eft'ieir own Msnii'aclur* I BMPODfN 4 IMM ll'on, Hark mer <t> , N Y PllOPO?*M> IJhOI WAI* WILL M IUU I IV ?D AT 111* Ofri K or tbe Co, ted Hatsie Mail eteamablp I- tnpaty, 171 est "treet f it tlm eno?tr u'lloe of a pier and b?* u at I'aeoeln HuHaoo resstr N J , uppcei'-s tbe fewt of Wmen *lre?t. I1sns and spee fl -allows will be prwparwd asd exhibits d to Milders, en luKeete* at th* oA>e M OWilWKm BOARDING AND LODGING. *71**7 BROADWAY, SOUTHWEST OORNKR OF NINTH | O I street? FamiHes and ?Ingle gentlemen > ?u be accemiredated with Am rooms, single or in suits, and full board, In a house wl b all the modern improve ments; alu) a ?et of parlora, unfurnished. Dinner at A o'clock. References eichanged. 1 EAST TWELFTH STREET, ONE BI/>"K FROM )\)2 Brcadway? To lat to a gentleman and wife with board, a second dory front room fnrnteBsd, containing but snd cold water, the house iit handsomely furn abed, and containa all the modern improvements; alao rooms suitable lor single gentlemen. 1 QA XADIKON AVENUE ? TWO EIJSOANT SUITO lOv ?f mora* ran be bad, either furnlshsd or un fur< ished by tlia 12th of March. in a first class boarding bouse. The house la replete with all the modern eon** nienees, and the furniture u?w. Application 'o be made aa above. Wall ntreet lUges pass the door. Q-| EAfT TWENTY THIRD STREET ?HANDSOMELY O J. furnished apartments, with board, may be ob tained in a flrmt class bouie. location Hoe, with a large fruit garden and private stable in the rear. GRF.ENE STREET ?a GENTLEMAN AND WIFE. tr two single gentlemen, can be accommodated with a handsomely furnished room, on tho second or third floor, and full or partial board, Terms 110 per week. No moving at May. References exchanged. Q1 L1FPEKARD STREET ? TO IJTT, ONE FRONT AND J. bark parlor handsomely furnished on first floor, also, two bsdrooms for gentlemen, In a private faintly. I"! UN1VKHPITY I'l.AfK ? HOARDING, IN ONE OF J 1 the moat eligible locations in the city. In Imme dial* vicinity of Broadway, Fifth avenue, prlnriptl ho tel*, amusemmts, libraries, Kr.. Suit* of front rooiiH and front parlora for gentlemen and ladies, also roiuis for single gentlemen upon advantageous terms. 7BLISCKER STREET, EAST OF H ROADWAY.? TWO handsomely furnished parlors and a hall bedroom will be rented to a party of gentlemen, or a get tlminn and wife Tenons desiring a central location can be pleaoantly accommodated. Hoard given if deairod. 3 ASHLAND PLACE, PERRY STREET -ROOMS, IN suites or singly, for families or single gentlemen, may be obtained, in a new first clsss hou<* for the season. No moving on tbo 1st of May. Apply as above. Keler ences excl anged. Access by Sixth avenue cars ami Amity street stages. AYOUNti I JLDY WISHES FOR HOARD, IN A FAMII.Y where instruction In English, musir, singing, French or drawing, would be taken In payment. Ad dress Y T , Broadway Post Office. A PRIVATE FAMILY W1LI. RENT, WITII PARTIAL J\_ board, a room on second floor, to a couple of gen tlemen, or a gentleman and wife, on moderate terms, honse new. with modern improvements, between Seventh and Bighth aveuues. Apply at ISA West Nineteenth st. A HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOM WITH PRI vat* bath, he., attached, to let with bov 1, to a gentleman and bis wife, cr single gentlemen Also a furnished basement, with or without board. First class accommodations, gas, baths, fcc. Inquire at 60 and 62 Yarick street, St John's park. An elegantly furnished pari/jr, with bed room attached, suitable for two gentlemen; also a single room; alao two comfortably furnished rooms on the npper floor for lodging, to rent at very moderate pri'?s. Gas and baths In the house. Apply at t)? Prince strict. Board? a large itrsihiied room on the third floor to let, wi b full or partial board, In a private house, suitable for one or two persons. Apply at 114 Franklin street. Board.? suites of rooms forfamiur?; aiho. single rooms can be obtained with board in a first class house, by applying at 46 East Sixteenth street. Engagements made for th* 1st of May, or previously. TJOARD.? Fl'RN.HHED ROOMS, WITH OR WITHOUT J) breskfast ami tea; also, one large unfurntshod front room, location very desirable; alao, hot and cold water, sbowei batb, lie., at No. II north west corner of Broadway and Twenty sixth St. Stages pass the house. BOARD.-A WIDOW RESIDING IN THE VICINTY of Bleecker street, four blocks west of Drotdway, is desirous of reotlng a well furnished room on the se rot d floor to a larfv, with board. Terms m iderate. l'lea>o address Mrs. Edwards, Broadway Post Office. Board- in a piuvatk family, a parlor and bedroom, on second fToor, to l?t, with I ill or par tial board , also, a room on firat floor, with all tbe mod ern improvemetta? batb, gas, kt. ? cAnvenlent t> stages snd railroad. Apply at 14b West Twenty s*con<l street. Deferences exchsnged. SOARl) AT 106 EAST TWENTY -RKCOND HTIIKKT, n?'?r Third ivrnui ? Thrao or four raapactabla {vo ixd can l>a accnemodaUd with full or partial board at tha aboaa place. Thoaa wlabian Urn romforta of a be ma would do wall 'to apply Immediately toJameaA. Job aa too. Boarding ?to i.rr, a nkahy furnish to ko<?m, ? uitabla for a gMitlaman and wife, or two ataxia g'-ntleroan AIM), an upper room, aultabla for tba tame, with pantry and fireplace* ? at tha pleaaantly aituated bout a, 27 North Moor* fc treat. Hatha in tba bOBM. BOARDING. -(HKTI.EMEN AND TIIKJK WIVEH, (JR ainal? gentlemen, can obtain full or partial bnarvl, or furniali?d rooma, without board, at No. H Minetta atraat, within on# minutea' walk of tba lilaacker atraat ?ta(?a or Riith areoua cara. BOARDING. ? A FEW liKM'l KMKV, OR A OKNTLK man and bia wi a, *an ba a*< oaimodatod with board. Apply at 181 Mulbarrv atraat, ooa door from Rrocma, wUrre tbara ua but fa w boarder*. Reference required. BOARU IN RROoKLYN,? A ntfVATK FAMII.Y HAVE a p'eaaant room on aacond Door, alao a room on third floor, to lat, with board. I j* at ion pleaaant Trrma reanonable. Apply at 210 Adam* (tract, oaar Jobnxio, diataoca ei(ual from from Wall atraet or Fulton ferries , Board in rrooki yn ?one or two ami* K?n*lfm*n r*n *?* accommodated with ple??ant roome. In a prira'e famiily, a few minutea walk fiom Kul 'on a rry, by applying at 112 Panda ?tr?at Reference# eirbaoged. ? .URNI.-IIKI) ROOMH TO f.KT-IN THE NKW AND ? clrgant ho laa 4T Wait Thirteenth atraat, near Fifth avenue. wi'.fr board, if required Can, ??rm and oli! t alba he. Haat referaocea gl?en and required. i. URNIBHED REDROOM TO LET? TO A BINOl.E GEN l tlemnn witkout t>oard. a bac.k parlor handaontaly farniahed a e?mfor'*ble good room, on a ?ta*? rout*, at# block fiom Washington aquara Apply at 290 Wojb tar atieet, a faw doora from Amity B unman r'iomrto uRuwrm board, to a ren'lrman and laly ; bokrd for tha lady only. In qalre at 132 WooaUr itltii. Handsomely ?trn-weo R'kiiib rro let to ?l?|le gentlem -a in fourth fl tor, In a new Ko^ liata l?i*ant booaa (Stat clean;? prirati family. Alo ' a -uit of i fllcea f ..rtil'bed to a Brat clean pbyaician K? i m;oir?d. j .ire at I1S)>? Ninth atraat, four j i, on wa?t of Broad a iy 101K.INOS, WITH OR WlTWOI'T UREAKFA-T AND j tee, -an ba i. ad at l''H 'trend atraat, ? ret block I weat of Brt ad aay kni tm>l-rat*. Ivsail'in de?ir?bl?. N- 'iw r<iARDiNo mw.? jxm or mm, at im _ ah 1 2Y Cl amber* (treat r >- wly 1'iroiabe 1 pl> i**nt r< i o - to ?c< ommodaVi familial or ningla gaat>aaa, j ?'ih or w"liout board. Rafar*n a rtiimnH. / |K| HI.'.'Cl.E MkNTI.KM AN, OR TWU WHUINO TO \ > o^<-'ipj - 1 ?? I atDO r< OBI, t ^?a ba a?" utwiodatnl with partial 1" aid iu>l forniabad f>' ai in a pr'vat# family, t ) i' | pi' n? at 2<iO W??tTwaol? aaeMd ?tr'?t, batwa?n i >. >? t. aad Mttb aatnuaa. faru.a raaaoaabl*. Nora . a >?al lat of May. I I .AR1IAL ROARD? at 1?S U*.SHY hTRKKT, NEAR I Jc' i two or thraa younr nari'l- T*an oan iibUio i it >l.?at n?wly furn'abtd ro->en, and l.ri akfaat ao I an i fia?ar od Sunday Fannly prirata mitaical ao I I r(jn rfui l.ou>" Flr>t fla?n. Irrm* H?, a . I II par wr?k Isolation attraiaaly plaaaant ani t.aaltby. BOO MN TO IJT? A FROMT AND IIArK PARU'H, fund*b*d <>r anfaru<ai?d, to oaa or l<ro<D(l? (fnU?m>n a*. 39 Chariton atrwat, la a pr.vata mo l.F.T? AT M ?;kfr aivacr, A BITTE or J liandioma roooia, in tha Brat ilw.r, to a (?kt:>aa>i ai.d ) i? wna, ?r to a party of tingla Mati^waaa, with or witbi'it ptrtlal board. Tba room* will ?. a lat ?*) traw if <*anr?d lia? ?nt hath la tha bi. iaa, aa1 wiU i.ot mota on lb# Brat of May mo LET? TO A FIN'. IE U?>Ti KMAN, A F <E(TY J frt at rm.m, w*tl (un?i?h*d with Franeb f?n:tor? !?> 'atb and ampi* a??owia>o<ta1ioq for mra.a T-i * (tBtJaiaaa alat ng a umat bam* in a amali Fr?n b f? mil? in? w il ba mada ?atlafartnry. A|wlf at | *'i?r ?trw, Brat r.>?n from Fourth Of !a tb* I ran* fa iMlttob, W Walkar atraat. r> LI I, TO HN..IE '.luMi.MEN, IN THE FIMT da?a iiiia, No t lir?at Joo'a atraat. t'^lr J tr'm l.r?adwaj , lapUl* with anry eaafaalat'', !*j |nr.i f a "? badro ma atta?ba I, on awroad Boo* [ f|i?0 MMUWIM AND Til Hit WIVEHf AN OBTAIN | Ward aal la>|a rooma, w t)> ga? .a a pr r?u la Fiooklya ahrra thay weak; ba U>a ouly i< -ar >r? I??auoa wltbia *>a mtautaa aalk of t'^.Uio f?rry,;a VO?a? W il , IWrald oAra Y|*AMEIV-FOR A I.ADT AND HEM TiN WJAR'i \ > a ? "I'lUii'B pi.tala, wl^ia iU| ???i4 1 b> Uk>aata r?a*?B*bla pr .* for tha parpnwa o'r* darlaj b? .a? raat l^aaatioa amt b* up towa A H raaa , l?> i 3, "47 Faat OIRca. a Li?n~. ? ? HFIbItCAL RAWNO and WRirniO -Uk" nrJAN ? 1 I*<a ,a ... >ra '.l.x aatat'ry day th a -??> at , Ir>a ??j, H [? Ckapai hllli| Ifoura I toll, AM 1 to 4 tad 7 tal, f M? Wadaawlay taii -"atari a/ aaa|i*f aaraplad N H I ar'.?a atUadad at th?ar rw HUE ART*. | \lf OfcAKYE IHM'l iJllflk i if TWr I.KRMAN if aad I'a'taa aat?al ?U f**4* taj daawrata la Um ?aa* appr^*d luaaMi aad >a ail rtiaa A Cm* al iC? ' pr?| ?t?*?t, "aw V-t* #MMai FIT 11 AMVHEMtKNTH. Broadway thlathx? r. a. Marshall, sole L***e*. ? D< or* open at ?S. romtn?*o* 1 o'oloafc Monday (TtmiUff, Murk 4, will ha perform *4 INUOMAR. Inromar Mr. Conway Amblvar Mr. Allen I 1'oiydor. .. . Mr lamngwvll Alaater Mr l.*nergan I M?r..n Mr. Uanchett The Tlmarch.. .Mr Hauford ) Act?a Mm Henry Partbenia Mian Makeab I'm t'eul MUa Trie* BONA ni)E TRAVKlJJOtX. Butt* Mr. Franc* I Jemima. Mi** J Ooug*nh*K J<* Mr. Pavidge Mary Ann* M>?* Harm* O'tirippen . . . . Mr Paymour | Jane Mi** Duck won WAIUIK'H THKAIKh, BROADWAY, NK/ Broome itreet.? Monday, March 6. THE BUSYBODY. Sir Franci* (lilpe Mr BM klarplot ...Mr laater lin flick Mr Brougham Airy Mr Dyott Whiaper Mr Vincent Miranda Mr* Oft.. lcakmda Mr*. < bnun Patch Mr*. Stephen "cent well . Mr*. Thompeoi THK NKW FOOTMAN Break window. . Mr. Vinrant I llei.ry Mr. Traro Capaicum Mr. Chippendale Poll jr Mr*. Staphen* fonierout... . Mr. Btoddart | MI*?Sourcroul Mr* Cramer BAHM'M'H AMERICAN MI'SKI'M MONDAY, March 6. U>&6.? Evening, at 7)? o'clock, Brat tinwi of tli* excellent new play of iOVK*8 IAIHIKCT ? St. i/o, C. W. t lark*. Margaret. Ml** Meat*y*r; .l**n, Mr. Ilada way. Afternoon at 3. A K>SH IN TIIK MARK. and alao 111 ACK KYKD HCHAN. No charge to *ae all th* curie* Itlea betide*. Admittance, .6 cent*; children under ten, l'J>4 ottt*. G1 KO. CHKHTY k WOOD'S WN8TRBJB, NO. 471 T ttroa'way, (Mechanic' Hall ) Proprietor* Henry Wood Jk (Jao. Chrl*tj Th:* week, a vari*d and i>l?-a*iug KTIIIOI'IAN r hit FORM A NCR, commencing every evening at 7 o'clock. Ticket*, i?e All hu*tn**a transacted by Henry Wood. -VTIBI.O'H O Altl'KN. ? THURSDAY, MARCH K 1H.%5 ? .X v A Urand Concert will be given to constat or a grand oratorio of the beat ancre.l muaie *elact?d from the a?*t celebrated compoaer* the world aflorda; on which aera tion two of the moat noted and talanted artiatical Ku ri pe* n ainger* will mak* their Orat appearance in Autarioa, via, Mnie Druailla (jorboto and Hignor Antono Itowttl, whoa* talent* b*T* been ballad throughout tlia Furopean continent with *nthu*la*tic admiration Fur ther particular* in future adv*rti*emtnla. Ticket* U he had at all th* principal Hotel*, and at th* Box ufBce. TJtRANKLlN MOKI'M, NO. b3 BOWERY, NEAltl.Y J" oppoiite the llowery Fheatre Performance* every afternoon, at :i, and ever* evening, at 7. N. B ? Stranger* will obeerve t lint the Franklin M actum ia th* ealy plac* in th* I'nlted State* wh*re the Mo-lel ArU?Va* are exhibited, with other orignal entertalDueut*. Re member, No 63 Bowery. TABLEAUX V1VANTB, OR 1JVIN0 HTATUARY, IN French and Koinau atyla, at the International Mu acum. 61 Diviaion atreet. opposite Foriytb. Twelve now aplt-ndid Talieaui tin* week. Among other*, the Brid*'* Dreaiing Chamber, Suaanna Surpriaed In Bath, tbe Haying Ulrla, Venu* with her I'laymtte* ia th* Bath, th* Rape of the Sabine*, tlia Birth of Vena*, ? urmunded iiy Nymph* and Naiada, ke. Admiaaion 50, 26 and 111), cent*. l>oor* open at 7 o'clock , to com mence at fc. a nkw and bkaithcl parorama for mai.k il *ery low ?Tbe (abject ia entirely new, ami painted by oue ot the beat aitiata in the country, well adapted for tiavdling, and eov#r* about 2,000 yard* of canva**. Tl.e full particular* will b* given by addreuing a not* to Panorama, box 170HeraM office. rp B. JOHNSTON. I .ATE OF BURTON '8, WIU. <?M J , mencr a abort engagement at the I'lttaliurg tha atre, under the management of J C. Foater, ?*?(., on Sa turday evening, March .1. rpHK HARTFORD 'THEATRE WILL OPEN MONDAY J evening, March 112. Mia* Julia Tiirnbull, tha c*W braled dan*en*e will uipear for aix night*. O. H. WYATT, fole 1 a**M and Manager. I^Ml'IRE HAIJ.. NO. f.00 BROADWAY.? NO IT OPEN, j John K Pmlth'a grand Tuu'of Kuropa, to which I* now added the Mieg* of S*ba'topol, on* hun dred vlewa, forty feet wide, of tbe principal title* *? I object* of intereet in Kurope. Open for ethlhltiou ? very evetlng. at 7>? o'clock, and every Saturday aftar noon, at 3 The mualc by Mr AJwyu Field, of I<ondon. Admittance, 2!> cent*. WR. riBH, (FROM I/lNION',) THEATRICAI. AND # rharacterlatle wig m*a*r, b6U I'eatl at re*', four doora from Uroadway.? Amateur performance* attanl ?1. Wig* lent on hire for privata par Ilea, maa<|iiarad**. and fancy dre*? ball*. Hbliker* aud niouatache*. t.Vm try theatrical* lupplled on abort notice "W INHTRE1R WANTFUl-HEVKRAI. HRHT RATK, I'KIt jjl lormera alao a man competent for an *g?nt Aj ply from 1 till & o'clock Monday and 1ue*4ay, at t.'uln*** Building*, 63U Broadway, .up a'alr*. m MtMHAI.. xjviK hai."c ? a trumom 7 octave ?wikii I? pUaoforta, with tl-hly carved (tea* and me'.tlllc frame Ifaa been In U1I only twa've month*. < "oat prite 1475, inay b? ha<1 for t.'lbu, a* the owner la going to Kurnji* For further j.arli :ular? addn m but 3.4V) I'Mt Office. ?iok h.\ i ' cheap, Tin I owner lkavinm rvn Europe, iwvin wU<i roeewool pianoforte. MabU rwtoti DtUn. Hal bran arar ely awl, (an be (Ml at 32i Twtlflh itreet, mu .-^coi'l awnue. OROANIXT ? WANTED. IIY AS OMAIOVT 01 I'-Btr ?Jp?r.*nc?. a actuation In a rhurrh, (Cetho Ue praferrad, ) either In New York or* l**where (411 aupply a good tojran'i. IfdeilreJ, it * molerele ultr/, Adrireae, <?* *?**, J. II . 40J Htith arena*. PuNf*.? <irkat mam mm i* m m pianos mom t?n dlfl*r*nt m?iiu'eeti.rl? ?, amoa? Uirtn lb* moat >*lebret*d mat era in tbe world. T. (Illbert k <>> '? pre *1 am .t-ollan piano*, ami Ho rare WaUrt' ni.Ura tV proved planoa, aerondban'l planoe at gr--et barfaloe? pel MM fun >40 to 91IU. to rent. Claim for eUe n wicnthly m;ibmU. lielodeent mf etery varl*tv of (tyle, ami or lb* nuat Improved maker*, at price* wn>-h M, awrpetitlnn. No batter bargain* can be be- 1 la nuelral inatrumenta, of all kloda, of aey othar dealer .a Ute Coiled State*. M iaic at tb* re^ure-l rata*. BORAO: WATKRM 133 Broadway. ElMOMD luSiTT'lAKO^ ? OIIEAT HUUJAINii? ONI ) T. liiloart k to * make, fl^ octave* price l it will I* wild f< r lit" oo* to. witb e?iI*M, prioe I .KM, for oee ) octave llari.wn piano prce I '>*>, for lifW) on* (x<i ll?wa, 7 '* lata, all rowed -vomer' I'.M, for I2>6 on* A '4 octave piaeo for 1171 on* 1 octet* piano, nearly new, forllM one on* |10 HORACE W A TKHf , 133 headway MATRIMO*! tl? MATBIMd.M Al. ? A OINTI.IfMAV of TIIIHTY yuan of age, tolerably good looking ami fr?a lr?m tb* baUt of ?n>">ir.|t, * h*fll|l'ilM?al or Irink a*, viabra to mat* tb* ar', .kutint* of a lady of aUiut tb* tan. a a I*. Noa* but a ia-ly of m'elllf*nr* i.??1 ana war 1 h ia MTirllinMnt. I'l*aa? a-Ilraaa loiia f(rna<way Peat lift for thra* day* All uiui.iu < at. '.at will >?? trratad bot.orably. MATKJUONlAl.- MAI'KMOMkl.l K I MIIJC VIIJJTTR pr ofaaai.r of aat'^rapby. (ar raa/tka( <if attara^tar bt a panni'l bantwrlMf i andaapril ai wri'.in* nta dli> n, will, apon tb? r?r*ipt of twanty 8?a aaata. /or *<|ul*al?ol i> !'?*?*** atain|a i ai?l a *|?r-lr??n of haat l wriunf aaod tn any |?ra>io a fall d?l.a*aUoq of tti'lr r|aiar'*r. alTaifa of tb* b*ar1 to'^^aa d*alioy Jkr alto a i!***rl|ili m of tb* '.n* U>*y Iowa or will marry Addma uiaf | aid. KMli ?; VlIi.i.TT> Broadway I -t Oftr*, N Y Tlii>*? rialln) ?ut nt tba ?ity ran ?af? y traanui* tbrougb tb* ma T All connun> ati</ua aa twar*d la ' o* ???t afUr tb*>r r*' ? pt WANTED- HY A OIVTU.MAN ( A -niAV<,MI; ffll a?>inalDtaac* of a rr>ua? la ly, wee u *!.??*? to'kty nay b* found a p* a<r??? 1* '- ''?!>*? >"? tblp Addrwi*. atalinir wb?f* a *t? tly pr ?*tw iter rlta ai; I* ha<l, J. Wil?-n I'lka uar* l*-at On, ?. OKI. A? . A'lHUCK fflJfiTJON <?K l!HA.Vfd? - M' TKKI'rH rJaret ta4 elber wiet*. ruwia Ke' t'O aa I Ina 1 lk*ya, foo!' a at'S l?ablia p<^rt*r, it"?>e* tif ale and yV-r for famlf .a- >y r >pe aad rwr lia t ftr aal*, by * M P, ' -I t II ? 1 ltv?.> 1 im! ?irmm ef (.raaby CI Hil-iiK, :tf 1 <I'.TI"' A s !i f .|?al*r in anp^rV/f II a*rara, w ' (,?*al* aa I rataiL V< II /i.o i'r**t, n<ar U* *? *e?n > ? w Yotb* (i fi II ia? 'aa b a 'f *i.<l< u g <a bin a fall a* al?*e I~ MIOKTED HAVANA MDiAH/- THK ~f> I H? riuML, wbo baa rai? a<l ia f'abe far tl^ .aa . aiawtao year* arr **<1 la tbe lUa't Warriwr f ej ? 2, baa m p .rV 4 per Uark J' bn "ftroud W WW aew-rtAi Havana **fa'* <at a?U''*-l f I OBI lb ? rboi'aal brailda. all b !.* ? I a?U 'baap for (a?k 7bo*e wbo n ay want lb* pire llaiaaa would k well "> ra'l W.ll i a a?i I In wl ^ ar In ?> tall lot*, ?o aolt per'tae^r* Tboae fr m Iba ater^r, ar frtm tbe Waat, winM aro d ail r at of hat n* t'<* apnrt ?al <>*rw.aa aafar paUr?'l off on l-afn f-.i II. a H fbly Datored llataaa aat at * ' a to ffvm |?i eot i? ?a tha? Ir'.t, Iba* la tie tiade D M iRrillT I'M Tklity aatiaU ?lre*l Bear Cgblb anatt Im f,<?.r i|, atalr* < IiTFiTa M (,"Fv TaNMK, ?* 1*11 ? l<? WllO'jr aad three pearler pi|aa aa4 'aa? t aieitw fbaae a all >1i*i*a*teBa tew iri<H altera b? "t.tlaat y oa baad. minht MHJIM- we Freat atraat Sf-KH ???>?.?. v T1IK litX' l> F. r?irw.04 trl?"f* ronataia daa abaaey ta lia/Ui aaya, ar ptetl.a n f ni<ly IjmiPftllK.K ? DOITUHO, Hoatb itreet AKTItliMN.t. a hTJM>U <?Y ?MR- ri J" RV ? R//II I AR1" I* f r. _^\ kelitatt 4 a aipletaiog tba yUaate (l?ea nferma ilia '?a all ralatw** of |fa ' aa t> aailM a< KiWiM milt fit* alati *?..a I ria'eaa eaeb, ?aa^'. a aad tarfee er ea Mai am nn?Ri,w ?/ix w:\ 1 ' :amc t i-m at* le?tar*a ? a aO ' oa <m ?! 1'a ter pt^ (Bnai at* t?? y aevri aa rr tb* rh eleyi l-asa^lefM er a! M ta ( llwtpbf If eat tbar* *11 he a* 'harp*. 71 Iktoea etiaet. sear a a. 1. a i. a?t1ai ea aat aAaant MiftAirr A!?lwT ??<.?! rime H?.il a irtfa* la Ue .adaa aad faa'lea ? ? p?rWwo*? If . ky ba>kt aad aa.*a?e hka >ae be e*.i'?d*betM iwe aatllaga b .*>a*M, Ac , *b4 * I >? 1 " a aaae e* tbe lady ae ?eai ew aa iber ei I aiarty a ?e !**'?*?( ?f bet atatata Ma^aaoe (1*1* <?>ene| fc Praa'b ea ' Oetwaa Haa - e? ?? *" t> ?a?) **%? Hi?t AMDiRmum. Bl'KTUND TII1CATKK. CHAMBERS HTKErr. -1||)N day. ? A c mady. o*U?l AOORAVATIMtl SA M, with Rartoa, (J. Jordan, An4r*?a, Koaaall, Mr* Hugh**. Mr*. Cook* and Ml*a A. lb* a*w drawatir infci?U of THK BLACK HWAN? Mr Hurtoa tha manager, Mr Iiurton tha actor , tha d-w I'rlma Dotu Mi?? Maeartby, with a **rjr ?aparlor Ethiopian m*4Uy. 1HK MANIiF.UI.NO KWHTIOtli!. OR MIRTH AND MUHIC ? Jm Itag.. Mr. liurlon. with th* doiafully du mal hlatory of ?? Vllllkina and liln IHnab," with appru prlat* uiu>lc lijr Mr Cooks, nightly rueaitod with tlr ~ btattl*?t lauyht*r and ?| |iUu?*. flOWKRY TIlMTKt? 1'KorKIlTOH AJWHANAfllB jD I. I'. VlkMion M>ft Maua^xr, ItobfrtJoM) ? PfM of Admtaaaloa ? Hoiaa, crnU, I'll and Oalla rj, 1U| e*oU, I'mata IIoim, If M<uriav cituini, Minh 6. JACK CADE. Jack C?d? Mr Johoatf TI1K I'KKrKCl IH) Dt HUMAN. John Pchtaldt Mr. tilcan Buck lay n bkrknadmw, mu mkoadwat. I KAMMot H KBUUUT of tb* D?W pifC*, TW O POMPRYH, Which will b* rapcattd all th'? w*-?k !?< ni|.*y No 1 .K. lilsbop Har k I* j Pon>|>*y No. 1 w. I'eruikl Hnccdlng lb* plcm, a nu|rrlor tTIUomN FNTEMTAINMEKT, ntlll adhering to tbil company'* original motto, " rvw wrrimi t \ I 1 4* a Krrv ' ('< nerrt at 7,^ o'clock. Tlek*ta, 'lb c*nta. NIBlvO'8 GARDKN. i.iund ha chid coNcnrr, Uh Tho**i>ay Kvimiu, M?r< II H. Thr miDtnu baa tb* tumor to annuin to th* nubile am' imauura of good uiuaic that tbi* cod wt will oar lalnly jh* t*iif*rior <o any h*r*tofor* atl*iapt?d? th* a?l*rtluna b*ing of th* muni o*l?t>rat?M coinpoa*ri, Bant* ly, Itoaaiul, ltolllnl, Maradant*, l(oa*i, (??nvrali, Ulan <1 ill, Ac , and inl*r|r*t*'i by lb* follow lug rminaBt ir ti?U ? fig oora I 'K t "HI I J A OAltllATO, (llrr drat appaarano* !? N'fW York), Higui ra \ IKTTI VKKTIPHACO, Mlaa .V K liRAINKRD, Hlgnora MUltA, Mr. MKYKU Hignor a. uo??rrn, (Ilia llrat a|i|>??ranra in tb* I'mUd Htata*) hignor AKNOI.M hlguor FIRDINANDO MKYKR, Mgaor MORA, With a larg* orrh*?tra and a grnat uuuibar of rhorua from tb* Italian Op*ra. I ric* ol a<lrai**ioa Ml wnlj to *r*ry of Uta hou*a. 7ink*la to b? had at th* principal hot?la and ma*l<i *lor*a, and at tha tlrk*t l?i two day* In adranra. Imm rn o|*n at 7 , f!onc*rt o?tnin*a<*?* at X o'clock. For particular! ???? procraimn** "I > K (H'FNIM. OF Xi tkuiiam h ncRi.i'XgcK ornu uol'.-k, (AS llioatway , Ok MoMixr IC< rnn,, Mamii 12, M a >iw KTHfOPIAM OI-KRAT1C TKOl'I'K, compo**d of the mo*l TAI JCN1 F.D VO0AIJ>TH AND MPflHIA VH, ? lid uui'K'optionahly ft* ?*r? baat MKiito i>w4?ainiioi i.? th* rHi>ra*u<iii, oa wblrb orcanton will ba pranrnlod a bill ur rairi-aotoM iitLk ?i? *ii?tc* ahv vaiiarr I'articular* hrrnafUr. I'l-rbam * Original Burb-aiju* Troup* La now la fbiatoa, wb*r* It* *uec*?a I* unprrrvda nl*d, l>*vtO( pvrforaad during tb* la*t two mnnlba to ?oaa tkam u<>hti Taor*ii>n ran : >, and tb* aicltcm*at r*inalna uuahat*d. I^UOAIWAY TAItKHNACI K.._THI ItHHAY ITVKN1NO, J) March H ?Fir*l apiirarani-a la tkla rauatry of th* Ctyi iaa Voraliata A grand Coarart, In Htyr au national coatutaa, whan lb* following talaiiWd artlata will ap pear ? Mr?. Kaiab A llarW*r, Mr 0*org* IUrrl*oa, Mr J Can>u*na, M. Hehwrrlr, vlollalat; Wugk Hi>l>ali*r, I'laolat to tha Dunbaa* of M*ot|?a*i*r. Mai 1mm Mual -al Fair*' tar Tlckrla 6'>c*nt*. for uk at Jolll*'* flail k ^a'a and all tb* |'rior.l|ial Bual* atoraa and bot*l*. (>i**?rt to rimmanraat 7\ I'. M. Fur partlculara ?*a bill* a ad I rryrann a* BOWKIIY Till ATI ? - Mil H JOHNHTON, niK IK pular young Aiuaricaa artor, baa l?**? wngagad for two weak*, coDiioaur tag oa Mou lay, Fab. JA. _ ( OI>AUTKEIU?IIIP MOTK KM. ____ <ikl AAA? WAN IB), T'? F-NliAi.K iP I ?' 'U< ' la au *><-lua. ?* ?aaufacturla( b??t t.??? In tbi* dly Tha articla I* la ual*ar*al dataand, and will inaur* (rum to H (tJO prallt p*r aaauin harurlly gl*?n lor th* amount larratad Vo|tha riabt i?rty. H*'?r*n< *a aiebangcd. Addraaa II. IL 1 HAMKH, ID raid t ITir* (?*?rr| ?i want a I'AKfNKjt, to jqm wr in 'i purrhaalnx * bunnm In akiah I bat* Iran aaaplojad And bc? a tba pfuflta It *111 |? y. la without K.n.i^-titW.o, a ait all] j.?> II 000 7'Arl/, '?? I* nUu'lxl to doabla tbia anv.anl Apply to I H MOWU, 07 Nwuu alrrat, twm No. A, AN A*40CIAJfc 5 a HZ*r, UD ^y'\J original. caab pa; log, travailing aatar li la?, In ablrti a larg* amount will M raal tadavrry day. It I* eat A paddling b'tt a ftrat elaaa kmlMM, anliabla for aur fabliau aA l'U-a*a rail at Na. Vn I'inailwar, rvosi N<> 1 H II? Matt uAdarataiad making ctiiDf* fail r ? wahtkh a i'aktnh', t?> tahe rwu. _ t) rharga af tl>? baat uji tar, ' at ng Aad drink ag ul< <>a ID tl>a I u, wary MaryUilug roaaplata laa^oin luodata f.aa bu*< r?d i.Tx ni I aui d>aog a bual n?aa I i- a a not b> tkarw oaiy u? a wa?b, aa I >aat a man to trttln tt? b.' nay. aaa otK tba balp, and do Uaa markiliBg, And 1 Will glaa I. in a fall aba/a lartryb, b> luraa aad Lai/ ll ? pr ifita, Ivt tl.' , an I If b? br.uga bla wlfa to aa? ortt tbmga *? ? ill git a bar ?H a >r alb a a I an a alngla aaaaa and aa Aiaartran Apply la tba mleom, No. 2 ItaiwAr*, at t.iaalbani x|uara CtOIAlrPtJJt- Mir KOTKX- I HA VK TIIH HAY A* J >? '.UU'i altti ma lu buaiaaaa my ?? o Fain Oatbaiai Tba liui a i U ba, fna tbla data W Oatbrt-u 4 No* M </'llliiM, 4 I t ronl arraat. Nra Tofl. Mar t. 1, l?ti M fjmilkiN ?*#. Imu-irUrt So 43 froBt atraat, In) wnataatly oa b .ni a Urea aaaort oiaat of arlaaaa, Huuur* and ??jar* la?l idlbf cl.oi'a hraada af Kblaa ? It> a ix I cfeaui|<ag n? aa aiao a a AparV/r arlitla af fVUla dam f.tinappa of tbxr nan liap .rtatloa, *bt#b tlaay olTar In tba If a la uj? n tba ni'aat a uaU(?; ,a taraaa Cto !? artnt iwjnr wantm?, iv'tic nowo* who / baa ba?B aagagad la tha < on.mlaa ?,a bualnaaa la tbia ftlj An'! vttb a m'>WaU (apital, to *n(Bfa la lb* ? aim* a lib a i?raoa fr- in tt>? naaiitt; MatlaA'lar; ra tfiau'a will I ? r?.,aii.d aa lfltan Addraaa, with r*al inaa, till f at'inlaj ri |M !w ? "? Ir'lAf n*aaa S'OTHTt -THK (lll'AimnWMP HMtWWM K.I laiiaf, aa>lar tba fltat of Iwana K Trmrf. la tha iaa aad ai?a {a atlav baalaxaa, aad I'atf -b lrw> A (' , la tl.a ? ? vai aabm liraArrafa, la thla dAjr dlaaaitad I j anutual M>aaaiil t II ing labia 4<>? bjr tbaai ala la k? (?i<1 y?u.Uf by I ??n? A Ifa ry acard'a* t* af llrba af nlaiolatlon uf ??; atta^rablp A MHK/f'K IMUMK. f athk:* tha' V Nt? Yotb, Mar<t> I, l",S. ]>AhlNUf WASH! ??!li r?.r.l?.? .?? I ?< r K* r A !V B.'fi'a |"i l<allia Ac I'"/ Uiba"? aaaaafa' ''fj an ! at. r?a II i' pat'ut nia^blnar jllia.? |f?*? far I t lad? ra I ' aartaa Af r?nc?rlA A , IMi la A) Co tai pf'xto ? fiiaaNbaba bwaia^aa ?wn aa 1 anafxifa'tunac MM |MM> A ad II. (4t isiblab aikilHIIaa la tratal (AMI, tva raai aa |li.<< aad I ' ' tl r?? !>"'<} lloW1 I *** I W) 1 avnfaa, ai d |4'^ lra?*:llrf At ll<it>'m aad f*4t?raa, |#^i . par tlaa aai t< : to n?l la Mat* ,uarf?' .( iaAlafa>U>r; || I'D raal ar, : N.lni# I I ? '*vi apfA/atua In '-aptafli.* abalaa |*l?ab<, I ,'<# pa Wat r>(bt raa'blaaff II t*-'t A i i for aal* Ua.t ia? rraivi'a, |A JH0 la ll.Wdl , 1 (ImmMi. bird caga fa't /tjf, 7 kiafl !?( Louaat, ba!? rep* and ' afl VVnt, A' W |T llAkklAUN * t;0 . m Rraadaay ])AKiNkJi liMHi wmi i is ' amii nr. ? ar.'jp (itaa la U<a aaaa.?nl ua raai aatala Ilia ba >. ?>* aili |a; .'< ; ? r aat ant a?|a*A Addraaa latar ait II iaM r -? atatlng pafU'?.*n |>AMMJt V. A^r*l? WITH A ' A" II (AfTr At. f?r J |t M Xa flak, aaad U par <aat iiafaala*! rafar If. >a ,,itn an) ra,xl-? Adlr*?a ' ? n a? ( taaa-jaa, Ha ra i4-#, li* Ilea ??-J* a'a' i-f "ta/a aa laUfiaa a ay ba bad. HKUK tl,. DK ll/KT, II' Win WiADWAT, H ? T lir.'r.s a |M IA bla apa?tal tj, * lb Uaa oortaiaty af Ihaaa a-ai 1 1 I, a a-d a' ta a a| a ("?-'> a ad parraaa^al ' if? I ia | -f < lar 'ra at >? t'.? fllaut I rtaad (rati* Hoara, W Va 3 aad A ta ? H aat?ir>f a Dr. " i irrt, i? im amr prurrr mtr m <?m raitad ?>tk oa'.daaaa ?? pntaW <.? *aa? rraabb faat aip*itaa>? ,? j.ara ha aaa paraaUa paraaa aaat ?na II a tr*a<maa>a ta Um aa?>a aa t?l pra ?nl b; ? ba (raat Ka.-,f d, af I ana. aad aa diaff* aal uaa far faatly ??r?d f M - If < a dlpb ?a aa Ba'll <? ?>/ iba f" a ? T aft I altafti'f. a in ?4fca- ?ai ?anaX W A Atf b al.ara'Ur a ay kaina a btA ?db?a DR It Id AMI m.Mn II4?? l-?<r<ffU< w. aaara <ar? ?f ^laaaa. U aa Mar ?*>? aaa*, -a/ a aa to K.a Y'?l It J . Iraalaaa.i u k"t? aa/a aad aapadiUatl bla aalif afi ara ba/aikaaa, aad aaa ?? taaaa ?nhaal rnt ' ' "V*uaa < W?aa aa*4araU. atl Uaa aa*ay rWaa^ad If aaOra Kta'aa M a aai I ni Dk or <"rot 14 w AM ?r*nrT, Low to tba rdtiaaaa ad *a? T.f 4 aa Uaa Mtt aaa eaaafal pra*titM*?r *? '^?aaa tba aoaa?> aaa b?a#t af, dM "-allaaaa to ba ???a.!lad At bba aM a,*. a, rallat af tba aA'Arft aatA a?d |ivla? fiiibllia te aiaAf aa a4 aa laarl * It ? It U |aaitAlM A a va ? ail aaaaa ia4af'al*a ar aa rt ar?a aada. M" uiiio?T. 4 wd GSTShviAif a * aarfaaa aaU >4 * U-* Madias A?ata*r a*/ Oakda traaia pti<?(a dlaaa-a, at ?t Kaaada atfaat, a f Pvaadaa; fraw 1J a M *lB ?, a?4 I la ? f. M ??a aya afaptad Ttaaaaa At a ' fUa>a tr-au.| i.y aaail ?ad aajfaaa N H Bat tto dra? aV-ra l bi ntlL-n. vaKi ?irn hw i wr"*ri I aataa IrWad >a|ta ?Waa aatb of ataa vtU rtaraa aba a ail adbat tbiafa (All. TVaaa dlaa a f?aa aa< a; | taadara ?arraa^a4 a (ara ??baa M 'VaaJ **?' a?a 4??? aaat af Naai'aa; At baa aad aalaad^ad a?aa aaraa ara to aratt aaaa 'aaf aWabaaa gratia. ? AArtaW to aaarr A A VaaAw M.

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