Newspaper of The New York Herald, April 27, 1855, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated April 27, 1855 Page 2
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LIST OF LETTERS bi tfce N?v !wk City Part Office, Friday* April 17, 1855. ruMUlu4 ?xeluaiwlj ia the N*w You Rmulb, by Ht ComgMiw? the p?p?r laving the largest tirculati "i? if a?> inOu L'niud State I. LADIES' LIST. A Abbot Mn Sophia L Allee Mm War; An.ljraon Mri, 19th Aekerson MrtMaria Anderson Mrs.Estcx at Adams Mri Ellen M ?t Andror Mfe Milly AMB> Mm Sarali A Andrew! Isabella Art.etti Mail A* em Margaret Anderson Mr'.Sbak- Arena Mri, Snlli Aloack Mm,E23dit apeare club T*n,,"ij . ??.? j Alexander Mrs Jan Av.ry Mm T J AtwrliMmMarvJ Allen Mn, Renwick Anderson Mm, 9 th Atbrsohi Mm Fau ?t av "ne U Bradley Rosey Bates Mri Aun Brown Jiary _ Brady Miss Bridget Brcolit Mrs llelleu Browu Mrs Geo W S&ssfe:. ss.r.ar' KKir sftsssw 'eswst !''?*? SW'. BsnffiC ' ??? Bak'r Mm T. 4th st Berthram Mra av A Buo'aiugham Mill Banuun Miaa Mary Bixnon Mrs, West Liiabuth DMnn.D ('kthsrins Broadway BulJ Mrs Harriot ? *?" Ann Billing! Mm G W Burge, *.ry_ Barruieton Ming M Bliss Mrs Luoy F Burke Mra, l?th it Barnard Mist Annie Bishop Mm Sarah A Burko Mr< Ca?ey _2 Boity lira Pelagic Burr MrsCil a \I Blare Mra. Laurcm llolev Mrs, Jam- it Hu r Mm J alia A it Brooking* Mine L A Burrilt Mra O Bartley Miss Ellen Bloom Mra F Brown Mt'i Canllne Bart ley Mra M A Bourguignong Mm Brown Mra 11 M Barr Mias Margaret Amanda Burna tnn Barr Mra Wm Bouteiller Mile L? 2 Bums Miia Aan Barlow Mm BenJ llrown Miaa K Byrne Mra, Pearl at Bartlctt Mra,F.lm it Brown Miaa Ann L Byrne Mlaa Cath Braakoel Mir* 0 Brughian Mra, Chaa Byraoa Briiget Battle Bridget at Bryant Mra Alice C Coeki fair Mrs J Corbo.v Mary Chapin MmHenrrB Crocker Mra Moemi Cormick Catlirine Clarunoe Miaa Mary Crockett Mm Susan Cornoll Sophia S Clark Amelia M Cofl?T Mra B Con.-an Miss Ellen Clark Misi Eliia Coffev Rptai'v 'Josgrote MfasBessy beth Ann Cogswell Mr* I S Colter Mary Clark Mr* Jennie ?eflina Miaa Chris- Coustagin Miia Clark ao? Mra, Canal tiana Cathrine Carlin Elizabeth Collins Mary Crowe Mias. 35th C arm 0.1 y Ann Cordon Julia Clowes Mrs. Lewii Carr Mary H Conklin Msti'da E Covle Jane larray Margaret Co?lm Miaa Cathc- t ullen Miaa Margt CartyMamret rtn, Cunningham Mrs B Caaaidy Misi Cathe CoBimona Anne D r.ri?e m u C< naer Bridget Church Miaa Fanny < enter Miaa Mary Crrineri Mary ("urch>?ell Mra M A Clifford Mra Bridget Ceunell Mariarct Chagrot MlleEineiii Clinch Mary Ann -2 Connely Mn?Briilgt<'ain FHiaKetb Ciocoa Mad O Cenlev Ca'hriu t'aidir Mra Mary B C.irron Auno Cenoe'ly Ellen Cslnlan Mm vlartr Csrry llonorla CeoBOlly MiaxMiria Ca'laglian Mra An- Curry Jane Ceanarty Mary nora Curtm Miaa Catho Ccaroy Mra Mary ( 'auiron Jnne Curtis Mra A Coek Mra Ann Campbell Cull I'lute Mlaa Martb v Co?ke MmCatheriuoCrane Sarah ?'?lo Miaa Ellen Copimok Miaa Anna Daley Lydla Anu Delany Widow, Dowd Flora Dane Matilda Mulberry Dowdal Mary Dsrrew Catherine Dempaey Mrs, Dixri- Dowlin Ellen Davis Migs Eliza lion Dotvling Anty l>avia Mrs Orris Detmiaton Miaa M Doy e Mm John t>avid?on Mrs E Anna Duolnaean Mad Vo Davidson Mr* M Desi.el Mail Dnffy Miaa Mary Dean Miss Kate Devine MlasEniilyA Drumgold Miss D? Camp Susan Dibble Miss Aniiic Mary E X>e Crii-tnic Mrs Jo- Dock Cath Durand Miia Muria ?ephine Donlon Rose M D Montgeral Mad Dorman Mm Mar^t Erury Miaa Catrine Glrard'n Duvvlo Miaa An Dononoe M try and Decker Misa Kate S gusta Margirjt IB Baaano Bridget F.'lioX Catherine Rineraon MraJlVll Eakena Ann Ellia Mary E bur Bdgcomb Maria ^ Ewen Mra Jane ?a>r Mrs Felian Mrs Mnry Foley Ellen Kahey ,'ri'l)rot, Frcnch MraMatiliU Fonrde Mri Mulberrv ft Frr'oll Mary Ford Mias Ada 1'ahoy Bridget, Finorin Mary Forreat Mra Mary Hose st Kri'i Miaa Adele I oadiok Mils Maggie Farlnn MraVictorii hitz-erild Mrs.Suf FoatorMrs Lanra L Farle> Hairiet folk at Full?r Mrs C M Farr>'H Mary Fitzpitrick Miss Fnllerton Miia Fay ( atbarice llomra Margaret J G Gftbriel Ml?e Eliia Calpln Miss C'i>ra Griffln Mias Robt (iafrry Mra Until Ulnncy Mrs Cathe Gill Mra Julia Ami riiie Gilll Miai Sarah A Gah.in Ell' n Cardncr Mri Sally Gil my Mrs Fanny Cra'arn V ra B'm il (Jasa Mary Grimea Ann Gaillard .Vra.Gr en fi?ynon M la Mary liwinlock Miaa E wich ?t Gray Miaa Jane Grogano Margaret Gallagher Mrs Mary Green Miss Annie Goini< MiasArabslla Galla^an Miaa Ca Green Sarah E Goode Mr< tboriue Gcrerty Mm (ioode Vre Leonar'l Galligan Susan (iriffiu Mias Marr A Uorhain Mlaa Emily Grai.ger lira Jtae Giilteth Mrs Mtiia Ur^aa Mrs Ellen iibine Uneit Miss i'heoe ? Huddcu MillAnian Harris Mra Abba A Tlelnon Jane da Harri'on Mrs, Hetdcrson Mri llall Mra .1 P Fcnrth at Hern Mary llall Mra klizabeth Uarrington Mar lli <<insMmLoni?aG Hall Mra Mary 1? garet lli<gina Miss Mar llalloran Mra Jo- Hart Mra Ellen gar?t I an: a Hart Ellia M Illll MraAngnitui B Balpin Mra A M Hart Mi's Jane Hill Mm Eliza E Half in Miaa Mary HaakeU Mrs CLa>C llinea Mra, Pearl at Ann lla^tin^'MiaaEatbcriiinaa Mrs Eliia L Half v Miaa Mary!'' Ilithaivay Martha llinea Mlaa Mary llalitcd Misa Annie Ann llizette Mario -2 IU/ard Isaac P Hogan Mra Mary Banillton Mrs, lln lia/lot Mias Ann Holt Miaa A bert at Henri Mra. Wett Huwlani MisiRoth Ban.ilton Miss J Eleventh at Anna Hanlen Mar7 Hentey Ann Hubbell Mrs C W Ha<k>r Mra Jan Ih ir-rnat, Mr?E1lon Hughes Alice netta HtflirninMiriMary Hughes Mrs Mary Birty V.rs. Third av Pcggarty Mra, Mul Humphrys Mra J Harrn Mra E berry st^ Hutckinge Mrs Ida Mias, T\v?l th at Ivea Miaa Alice Ivera Mrs Wm luce Mrs H L 3 Jaelfon Miaa Annie Jobmon Mra E M J"bmonMissMaryC Jarkson MiaaSuaan Johnann Mrs Eliaa Joi ea MraElizaboth Jamil' n Miaa Eliza Johnann Jnlia Jon s Mm Julia Jayeox Mrs Louiaa Jobmon M ? Su- Judge Miia Mary JobnionMias, Amity tania Justice Miss L A K Ratnidei Mrs llsr- Kendelan Ann Ketoham Misa Anna rift KenMiog Mra Cath- Keyos Miia Mary ? eeler Mra Emily ?rlne Ann Kenan Mils Catri Kennio.i Mm Margt Kiely Ca'h Beepan Miaa Eliza Kennedy Mary Knight Mm. Chat beth Kennedy VraMadpe ham i<|>iar? Kelly Miai Bridget Kerley Anne or Ca Kingsi'iiry MrnMar Kelly Mi?i Elleu therine -aret Kelly Mra Mary Kerns Anne Kirkham Misa J H Brlljr Phoebe ^ LimbertMiiaGarct- Leavita Mra Jane M I.otkivnodMrslIenry ta Lee Mrs E A LonaU Miaa Lane Mm Elizabeth L< land Mra M J l^tye Mias Ann l^nsing Mr* Cone- Leonard Miaa Anne l.yona Miaa El'en tins Lepp MiasRaaennau hyaa^ht MlaaMar^'t Parkin F.lli n 1-ewis Mary Lr his Mrs Hannah Laraon Lila Marie l.ind Ann lleury Laws Elinbetb A 91 Madisan Mra Ellen Melmow Onney Morria Mary Mad>[rDMtisBr'<lg> t Melrose Misi Motie Mi-a Mary E Man. ire Miss Ellen Meara Mrs M, Var Mott Mra H M Maher EUn i< k at Mott Kebeeca L Maher Mary Milium Mra C A Muheran Marv Mahon MiM C V.llla Mit allarbaroE.Miile.iby Bridget MaUorv (r.tlierine Minma Miss Mul rain Bridget Malone' Bridf t Mltrhell Mi<s Cath Mur.roe Mary Mailon Mariiare Mi hle?M i sMk rgar.-t Munann M laa AnnM Muret eat? r Mrs An Molynranx Miaa Sn Mnrphr Miaa Anne, na aanna 4tu street MairinerMrsF MoLaaban Arna Mnri hy Mias Ann, Mirrr t!ra Eliza Moua'-l.an I "at'olla Usury a , M%rtyn V.r ST Monnier Mad'llc Ju Mnrfliy Mias Elian Mar- ball I riFC'lla V lie Mnrphy MiiS Eliza Maaterson Am Morton Mrs Maria beta Matlias .Misa Ihnie Montaeur Ann Murphy Miry Maxwell lira A S Jirntany Mr^ Mary Murphy Mlaa Strah Maxwell Elizabeth M? rc Mrs Sarah Mnrtlm Mi"a Ann Jane Moran Mra Michael Myari Mrs.Canal st Mavon Mad, Hotel M'riran Mra M a M\ers Mrt, ijrojn Fram lis Mor.-in Mini Eliza wich st MelgarSoaDl Anita h. th Mnc MfArtncy Mia* Eli MfDnn.'ll Mar.rar?t McKinan Mary nkboth MnElfatridne \! i -? M l.oiuliln lia* M?Aiiliff'> Eliza Margaret A{nea [MaryM Hollride Mr* N I? MoEneany Bridget MctanxMin Mr* Meiiride Mr* Anny McOillMiaaRoaanna Me l.on^huao Mr< Del arty Jnhmtia M. iiowrn Anne Ann MeQfwau Mi*s EH McMahon Catharine lahoth MaMa inm Mary McH<igh Bridget. McVainira Mia* Mrl wain Mn Cha* Anne Molarity Mary MeCangbau Mia* Mury McCord Catharine McDermott >!ri Uary M ?Dun?l l Mary Na?le Mra Fllen pallia Mir* E A Kelaon Mm Kme r.a< ? Okee Mra Ctli ?ye Ok?? Mary Oram Mr* Am ior Samuel) McKaaua Root Mn.Vnlty Mary Mafirh ' Sanh yitkrico Mra A murth Nixon Mi*? Catha O 0'Bnen Mary O'Brien Margaret, O'Neill Mary. Mai Broadway I' O herry at Nxita' M*r <ret Vnl-.n M<ry iltj R >??) <>, N'elll Mr<, Than-in O'Hrine MiaaKI* n>>r O't'o m?U or Fl tin O'ffolft Mary, Mon O'Brien Mur/aret, Maria ret ro#at Jamea at O'R'illy Mra, Oli O'Connor* S*rah O'Brien Margaret, rtr at O'Doonell Mrs, Orani-e it Hroadway Peteraon Mia* Mary .1 ana Phillip* M'l Kate Phillip* Mrs Marv E Prin4ahleMi*a Mary Pn?amn Mari?Mir I'ariali Mra C A jrarit'a Paririd^e Ann I. S Palen Miaa Jane R Pratt Mr* Suaan PallUei Mra, l.ittle Pa'ternon Mary Water at at Payne Mr? Mary Pnlraern Mra, Canal I'rentU* Mra Laura PIntarJ Mra Ro Palmer Mra PnaanS II heooa Parker lletaey Pri aton Mr* S C Prior Muet'athar Paiker Mr* Mary I'reaton Mi?aM?ryS I'ottor Mra A (i Ann l'e> tit Mr- K. IJtb *t P*nnd Mr* Win Parkbill Mr*N?n<-y i'urdun Anne <4 Juirk Mrs Jul ii? QnlfipMr<Marr*ret, Qui >n Minaret, jninn Mi*f Bridget " < atQerine ?t Juinn Mr< Mary Qiinn U inney Juiun Llin 12' at QuialUk K.len R Reynold* Mi?? i atharine Rohertaon MraW F Roirnan Mr* Ann Rnaoh Mi** Annie Koa Roche Mary Itithard* Electa R i >n?y Miat Catha rino Rthhitt Mi**, Cur mine at Randolph Mr* S E Rath Mr* Emetine Rnwa Mr* Jane V Koohe Mary Hicham* KeadeMiaaR.Br ?a<l Roekett MvaMary J #Mini? way Rh?de Mi -a A T?ell? Rick Miaa Roitnle Reye EJiiaheth Rhode* Mr* Gr.ioe Kledell Mral.onleaM Readen Amelia l,on- KndHy Anno Rie.?dy W .ry Seed Mra M fc i*a Roe Mia* Mary Kidney Mr* MWry A Reilly Tereaa Ho/era ElijaHeth Rivura Mr* Jamea 11 Betan Mr* Hannah Rnllina Mrs, E 14th Kuak Mi*-< Jenny Jlheude Miaa Mary Row Mil* Cath.trineKyan Catherine M Skaerif M?e Dr W p Sweeny Mia* Kll?n.l Smitb Mi?? Jnlia E Shaffer Mis* Caro- Shefflin* Miaa Mar- Smi'h Mr< Mary line ?aret Snu'b Mar.-aret Siafferd Mrs Char- St>encerM1**Miit|Ua Smith MraSaraH lotte Stephenaon Mia* Smy'h VI ra Ai'bcy Jtwaln MIm Ennice Sarah SloatMraJ 0 linderaen Sherman Mr* Kill* Strong Mary Spailer Mar/aret A Sh?i* wood Ann M Stone Mi?*s*raliM Va.t'iifi^ii llira K S>-f.r?-o"d Jane ^nooH Mr* Mnry A Jtantim Miaa S M Stewart Mra Chi* Joop Be'iie* 8P*''ia(( Mi*a I, ?t :'irriat l<ool*a Shotwell Mra A II ..'?J* . Sill Mra Mar/aretH'.Sonthworth Mr?El Cr.,??. "'H J SimmnnaMlaiMary / lea kLll * ,'r, '**? Stin*ler Kotira Sendder Mi -a Sarah ?..Jl* u . >mit h Mia* R 0 iiilof Miaa Jaiay (u,/, jj.*" *?'?* Smith Mr? ,V'in Scnl en Cat'irine ?akw?]!v. Smith Mi** Kliia jolUraa Martha MLhJttT 1,4 Mr? "annah Sal II ran M^y ?s">i-UMra Hill 'ulli?an M?ry Btealdn* MraVariill ftl.arbnrne Mr* I- O TarUr'tfU*" M lev BTk?"' *1" Toohay Mia* Kate lalmiay Mr. K II Jo .er Mar, [j'" .?/.!! J Trieailller Mm ?Te T???r *u? Sarah U V P?4erhlD Mite Ana* Vema^d* n.i,?.u V *?Jl?MteUer M U, J7Ui y?oih,. . jgj cZfl* . w Wa*ner MU. Cath Wemple Mi.. Mari- Winter. Mr. Catha Waldron MissMsrv ?mt fine wXo. Mir.lou.sUr.ght ML. E.UIth Whit. Ml.sMargret Walton Mi.. UitrU WrijhtM's.l arolineWitheral Mr. Cla W alter. Mr. J? Wnnht Misslulia rU?? 0 rn.-v. \l rnrlt Lou lift 1, Wr tlakeMi.lLentsa Wel-h Mar<a Wilbur Miss Minnie WMUinghatnMissE Walsh fclarv Ann William. Mm, 9th a Whittemoro Mil* Ware Mi?k Marv E Williams Mr. or C Cornelia Ward Mts> Hettie A Green Whitney Mr. Cha. Ward Mm M.rjr E Wi ilium ? Ml.. Jo.. Wood Mr*. Cro.by Warner Mr. A B pbine Wood Ml.. Margaret Weed Mi*. Fmily William. Mary 3 Wood Margaret A Week. Mrs Win Wll.cn Anna L Woodruff Mr., Law Wbtelouk Mr. M A Wilaon Mr. Clark ranee Wellm.n Mr. Do Win^rove Margaret WymanMlsallarriet m? r White Mi.. Ml' WyevteMn. C W if fall Mi.. Nancy Young Mrs E B Young Miu Honora Adam. J H. Adam. Jame. Adam. C N Adam. E K GENTLEM EN' 3 LIST. A Andrew Patrick Arnold Gyrge J Andrew Cbar.e. Arthur C W Andrew William? 2 Armstrong Martin Andrew Ro.well Aronsauld Samuel Adam.t harlcsFMD Andrew Pranc;. Arehy Charle. Adam. William A Anderson WmT Arthur Che.tar Adams Aloiuo Anderson I.aao L Austin (J Allen Wm T ? 2 Andcr.on Jame. A Ashmore B AVbott J A Amler.on Wm Armstrong The. Abbot Capt Petsr Anthony Jcbn A A?eE _ , Ahrensfeld Captain Ang?ll Nichola. Jr Avelle Garcia Aiken. Ara Anni. Henry Arm.trongAG AikinCP Ayer.Joln AdlirSG Ayn-ar Samuel J AirrerUrG Appleton A? 3 Akern.au Martin An.ttn M E A lex. mil r I rs null Ar"o!dLM A'm.giu Clweppe Ay mar JffH Atwell Wm 0 Athonlaiie E L Arosire 8 B Atkinson Jo.hna AlkitiM'ii LJward Algeo B Alpes A ii to Abraham* J Ackr?yd T A Son Blaok George Armitafe Frederick Amen Edward W Arl>?e Anton Ansbrow Patrick Austin Wm Aymone Marc Appol llenry F Aneavani SignorRa A?|Minlester Valcn- phael line Anler.on Jamgs E B Rccarra Enrique L Brown Tho. II lilaik l<r James U Besl J II A Hro Biown Chas E Barcley W m W BrelimMr Vestry ?t Brow u A Brink erhoff Bradt Nicholas Bedford II M Brown Geo N Bradley Berry Beebe* R T i Co Brown i'anl 8 Bradley II N \ Co Botim Theodore Brown A l-nmion Iilackbnrn Ihos Beer. II G Brown Edmund Bacou, Prior A Co Bets John Brown J C Hrugtn brothers Bell Capt R liiown T) K Bradley J F Bull Mr Brown Avery A Braolc) Simeon A Bellamy William Buweu Truman H Pun Bmedctto VallauriBowden Robt Black <v?U Jthn Benl ain lion Cal- Bowie. Wm W Backn. C houn Bovd 11 Backuu Charles C Benjamin A We.t Bowdon Geo S Bradford Re* AlexW Benjamin A Baker J W A A J Benjamin Hcv Blaidell J F Clinton? 2 Balnty Monsieur Iienbam W 8 Blake Mr ltr-nin Charter Plake Dr Theodore Ben. Jacob Bottsford A Friter D Bowen John K Bower. L F Bowne Dr A T Boyd Chas Ilrower tlcnry BlenheimFerdinaudllowen Edwin A Il.iwen K U Boyes J O Bowd* Wm W Bowener T S Bowman Cant Bonrell Joseph Boyd Wm Boyd Wm Blake K L Bailey J If Bailey Geo A Bailey Thus T Pai'ey K S Baker Geo W Baker Robert Faker Piiah Baker J Baker 8 M Faker Thomas G Baker Jabe. 1) ? 2 Biahnmr A Co Bolch llenry C llaleh W 1 liam F Itraham John BlaVeman Brid.ey P.Hen Cornelius Brannan Jona. Bridge James Barnon Michael Bri^s J C Brandon John Brierly Wm E.nchor John Bricejohn liranuan Joseph E BickleyProfG W L Blummur J Brand John ?2 Buckley Sainl C Illaikie 1 hi ma. Bipelow W B A Co Blamnnthal L G Bent Q Brenunn C W Bennett II A Benner II Bonner Sumner Brongholtz Peter Blether John B Be.iu-y Cnpt David Boyd Sir Wm B.rtrandtredorick Bowers John Bevon Isaac Boylo Peter B' rano S 11 Bouthnu Tho. Bet.telheim Hev Dr Bowe^nt Mon. N Kertin l.oui^ llenry Donner John S Rrlckoe Levi Bro.nahan Corn'. Burt Saml Bruner H P Bnell C Q Buell S Bnolianan Wm BarioroNeponuconoBridault. F Curkcr Ald-'n Barber Benoni B Tames Albert liurtlctt J F Ksrry John Barl>er Halph P Bluh Addison Birdsell How?ll Birmingham Jas Bint Charles Bine Julius Bi.hop Georja B.irr.ord ttaitram Binmore Benry Barker Edwin Blis. Alex Bi'ron Mnn ieur Bishop John W Barbour V ill. am Blinn Si Clil'ton Bortlett N atliaiiel Brittin Dayton Btrhydt CW AGS Bo^art John A Barbour James M Botctho Antonio Barnes R BartUtt William Bankes George Barl er Wm Barril J J Barrett Ansil Batten Phillip Batils William C litem Louis Bro*dhridge Wm Brunda.;e Chas Bruce Geo Bnoharan J as C Buchanan Jas Buchanan Wm Buck E W, M D Brnmley G T Buuditto Kranz Bu'lird W BnMer Patk F Butler Chas E BnMer E T Butcher Jas W rfurk John Buries. N G Bodenhamer Dr Burt Ollvar P Bradley M v hew Burroughs D.iuiol Bolgor Tho* Huron H Bogert ? M lSiuokol' E R ISoltin Mr, East Buslck S A 19th >t Burrowes Geo H Bo -art Wm Burko Wm B Brolljr Wm Bn"h F J Bntt elson Georje - 2Boomen Cornelius Burh 'Vm Batiorton II <1? 2 llr iuks Stephen Burden Wai Brookn Dr Goo W Bushnell Nat'al Boml '.eonurd Burns Andw Brooke. J hn Burg J A Bom Wm Bur. or A Co, Ja. II Bnwn Patk Bottnrn J M Brown (!eo T Burg S J A? 3 Brown Wm H Burnett A Taylor Brown F W Burnett Goo Brown llenry Ilyer. Richd Brown l.yni&n W _ Byrnes Jonathan l>ra\ r Alexander Bra' t En<-ch ItMei (Jenrge H Date. John Bate. Jacob N Batta G H.yley .lobn Bcehee Byron Pi a d W A Beaintn 1> F. Beakley J, MD lie. 11 A R Bookman Mr, Grind Byrnes P Byrnes Matthew st C Culin N Clark Geo A Cr.tt.s Geo J Clark James O t rstts Francis F Clark Stephen ('.Hinder Sig Geo Clark Natn'l L Callnm M m J Clurk Riley CalrtsJohn Cnsto Vlnrentte I< Conner^ John Caiiy Marvin Casey Martin Conquest William C'h.rles Bart'jolte ; hiue George W Connoly Thomas (rage Join Cas?rll? Conojcro Dr Den t li.dwck Samu< 1 CawshauruneeJahe. doulo Chaffee ft Co E M Ca>o Charles Conolly Andreu^ J Call John J Criwfnrd lames Constantine John Chadhonrne Capt J Castillo J G C.mphcll Aroh'd Chase James l'anm>n A Dunn C'van D Chambers Wm C? 2 Carsidy Andrew Cam) bell J G Cau<kini John It Crai e W L Cavonaugh G Chair pion Wm M Cuven Dsvid Cbamter. Thos Clia'e Franklin V Cbaml er. NioholaB Cavart Mon. C.mp Harry Cawhy Edmund ChsmlvrlalnM Cawley John C.DPeho 5iuio<t Cheney J H" II C.mp) el! Peter < levt-'and II E C.mp Benjamin 1' Cltary Patrick Cimier Jame. Chesshorn Alt'ord Campos Anton;o Chevalier Pe'er Clementson J Che-sman Isaas Cl.ii'berlain Mr Cardce J G Carpenter T D? 2 Carey James P < .rr 1 hom:i3 B Cairiek Col R T Cnrrick Bsrnaid Care* James Cl apman C A Crrr.ll l'at'k Carney Rieh'd Cartier Jules Csrvalon N S Curpeo'er Nel.on Cl.pp Geo II C'app .Vlin W Carey Ch.rles Carj enter (? W Carroll Edward Cb.rni.ti John Carlo. J.tr Colbey Mosn. Collins Charles Ccliiua Capt H Colnton Hill A Co Connor (>sc?r T Cone Daniel M Crommelln Mr Connell John C'-nnell Richard Comtan Charles Cunant J S Cooke C D W C oko Amto Cooke I'eyton B W Cooper Mons Coooer William Cook l mini Cook Willie II Cook Thomas W ? 'rook er J Combs Goor^a H Corning John Crosby Tboodsra Chester Wm llenry Corn Darfato Cecil John Chester J T Clinton Hewitt Clifford John Chiles S Clifford Dr Cro.. Edward E-i Crow J.me?? 2 Cox ll\rretfi A Cot'.lo (ieorg.i B Cottrill Goo* ;o W Currier James M Christie Warren W C-inninsham CuasC Cild Charles W Coddano Jami s E Coats Thomas Cogge.han G C Crolins Edward Colo Jacob W Coltou Charles W Cockley Daniel Colley I ColHi s John 11 Co'e S II Clarke Wheeler II Colly Moses Clsrk N' well k Co Coleman Bros A Co Curtis A ll.mel Cl.'k Hiram Cole Dr W C Curtis Hick. Cla?k A Collins J ime. P Clark (ienrrre Colter Stent- en C'.rk Cerrrc Cnltm-<n R B Clark A Co S Ctiddobuek l.afav C'trk 11 Jl ette Cummiiigs Mr CnnlilTe tS Chnhonck John R Cnllon Dotnlnlak Cunningham Fran i*i?? 2 Cnllcn Edward F Cttmmingi Cyrus Collinaon l'cter A Coloord Jo.lah A Cnnan Jamo. Curti. Lewi. (.'unliman II B Cnsiok Marten ? 'urtis Jame. C Cn .hug Geer^e S Cuming. Prof J M *9 P&lley Barney He Aiten;n Drake '"hri ?'opher C.a-per Pa'ylel'li Wm Pc Ca?a Pan An ll'ilc John drea H Dallcy |*i trick Peaoc.n Thoinaa D'ning t'upt l<con Dean Win B ard l>??i? Jml n Piiii J M Pelafnrd U Daniel W'm D* mart In a V?na Dnnr.rr A J * com tiary Don Poliony John Pinnelly Jtat* Onn' van Thom&i 1'ivoll Abner Don John F Hod Prof 'Vm Ponaldaon Wm Dobbin ,T <>-epli l?n r i? 1 ? Trancia I'aaia W'llHnm r?y John Henry D?vi? Sfth Y II*', ton John Pirri' n Jginca Paaldfin Robert J I. el lano Paala Alexander A Pemierre Mont Co Derky A Pavn Ferr1! 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PurHn John D i boll Warren 2 Dunham J If Dunnan Patrick Dnnn F.dwari It'll) rr?n Mr Duncan Andrew Pman Slm?on DnmizamK IwardO Damiuir Wm Duff John Djnbolton J A Dti'la Patriok Dnnnell A Do L*>n Do- Roaa Pimmook Campnell Pryton Kdward 9 Ponce P? l.-naro Jlr l>e la !?omo Jnrae 1)? 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'J Roberts Mr, Canal stRoss Wm E Robinson C T Robbins Theodore RiminstonClcment Robinson John Reilv jt.hn Roaoh William Reading Thomas A Ro.ers Stephen Renaud Peter Reddin Michael Rcagen James Ricksrt Charles Richard Wm Rich Wm R Richard Melzsr Reich Martin L Rintelire II Rogers Josiah T Rogers Thos O Rogers John Rogers J T Rota Capt Roehn E Rodi George Rogers Columbus Kichford Jsmes Ricche k Bro Chas Roan Patrick T Ki uoii Antonio Soger Monsieur Riddle A s Spatok Dr Selfridge Robt Kabel A Corliss Sheldon R Stafford Wm II Sheldon Wm B Stafford J< bn Sheldon Israel Salisbury Dauiel Spalding E C Spregue Ethan A Sprat: lie Carlos A Stsce, Stevens ACo Spenco Wm Slain Wm Sponcer Fred Salomon A Nichols SpeneeT F G Salisbury J W M D SteO'onon E Roiuenstcin Jacob J Royei Monsieur Rullman Messrs A Co? 2 Ruthman Wm C Rusch Moni Ulrich Russell Geo L Russell R W R utters Riohard ? 2 Ryan Michael Ryan Mich'l ltyan John Rvan Jeremiah Ryan James Ryburn Wm Rverson Peter T Ryoles C W Smith William Smith Jamos Smith J (lavdock Smith D Brooks Sheldon Isaao C ? 2 Smith T F Schellhan L W Snelling D femmlrr Hubert Smith R Smith Cba* Smith Tin, Oik st Smi h Hiram Smith Geo Bay Smith IIu?h Smith S 8 Salomon B K Small Geo S Small Chaa H? 3 Sands Bernabe Ssnford S Samuel Sin on Skanlan Patrick Sannvaldt Carl Scannel David Shelling Rev Chas Smith Samuel Sterling Thos Sheridan Gabriel Sherwood J B Sherwood Joshua Sobreiden l)r Sternhard A Bnll Stewart John SHwart Andrew Strang Wm It A Co Sherbnrne Wm Santos Sr Dr T E Sewall Walter D Santof J E Stevens BF Sbawo A Frlck Stevens Geo W ytannanl Geo Jr Stovens Henrv F frhardlow Brothers Stevens Wm W Smith Frederick Smith Jas M Smith Tboodore T 'inith John Smith Geo H Smith John, Church Smith Paul Shli. k Geo Skimner Gilbert Sjiing S Shindlo Io John C Sironvald Gustave Skinner Capt Chris St ikes John Stapleton Patt Sharp W m Spanow WmM Sarpeant J &? 2 Sargent A P Sta? I.eoprld StevensHSAJL Spong John Stevans Ambrose Stooker J C Seymour J Sevanton Harris Spike, Rev H Stimon, Geo S Sbwarta Christian Simcox, S Swart Dr Simes John P SancrbergB Stille S D SanndersCaptreleg Simpson John G Slater Epbrsim D SlMey E H SayerWmM Shaw J S Sbaw lleazor Sbaw John Simpson Jas Sawyer < aptT C Skidmoro W I Sawyer W m B Sievera Snrgen Sayre Dennice Simmons Jas SayeisJsmesR Sllbermann Jas Sheady Joan Smith Andrew Stebbins L Smith John Solmes De Scbolt Joseph W Slocnmb John T Stone Geo H Story M 0 Stormes Jshn J Stone Jeffrey ? 2 S'rong Rev F M Soot t Noah Simmon* Jas A? 2 Stone J Sivori Barone Alex 8omner Wm Bohmidt Conrad Sonthtrland M D Scott J C Slomcr A Ktono Ilenry Sullivan lleiis Sullivan Wm Stnrsei Edwin Sullivan M Sears Cap' Shcr- Smith Geo, Eighth Sapple P li rne Soars Vbas Scarle J C Stearns John M Steavans Richard Sweaeey Wm F bhfav Patrick Shethtn Dennis Swefney Cbas Sheeren John B Sweet Jas Sntdoker Isasc Sckiffer John Smith A T Smith Jacob Smith Harry J Smith J Bryant Smith P V N Smith Oonrge R 5 in it h Hale Smith Sir Sutton John C Stnker Capt J Soally Wm Sullivan Patrick Schulti Wm T Syhoster A Son ? 9 Sfkes R A Snyder Edwin D Smith l ol John T Snyder Luninda L Smith W Smith GAME Summers Jas Smylle J M Sugden Wm Smyley Capt W m H Smi th Geo T TajlorEW Tiokell Samuel Toumoy James 'J a.\ lor John Tiebel Louis B Tom* Tharmon J a'jlor San.\iel TiceJW ThimjisouSW lift J II Tlrrman lltrMi Toch M A Brother Tnft John II Tlmcllii Mom A Co Hen Tslcot' John L lltiis Peter S Toffry Georco A 'J racy J B Thomp-on Betij'n Tonueliour Gaboon Taylen Rohett T Tbema* A Atherion Twomey Edward lajlor Horace S Mete? 2 Torrey It S 1aui er Warren Thrmpaon William Towto Allen Tart ell Henry Thompson M I, Torkingtoe Wm Travis I.c Grand H Thomas J H Towuiiond J Taddlelum A Pby- Thomaa J II Thorn WbS loup Mesirs Thoinpaon Ira Townaend Cyras Tallman James Thompson J P Toolon Andrew Tajlor James Thorapi on (.purge ToltorC R Taylor A B Thompson Wm Tunker E Mesa A Co Taylor S C Tobey E N Tnrpin Capt Ttlttenrr H Thompson Robt H Tucker Henry Ttupsdunny Eaml Thompson Wm A Turner John Capt Le lr Thompson James B Thuroton Jos Ttll< r Robert S Thompson Peter R Tupper J R Teachtn Jol.n Thomas Samuel Tucker A J Tilden David Thompson Abbe Thuraauer Charlaa Trist E N Tbompron Chas D Tyler James Ttllotson L G Thompson Albert Tyler Henry Tiltor Q Thompson John L Tyrrell Patt Tilden Alexander ^ Underbill Abr'm S Drqubart Alei'r Upton Captain Q H Undine A B- a Van Antwerp P II Vap Uouton 0 VtlHmera P Vandersebroff Uoal Van Hurler Moor* Vale William Comlan Tan Sehoonhoven V alloc Mens F A Vandensrn A Owen i'roudfit A Co Vann A Vaudenbur?h Solon Varrac 1'eter Vroela id Tl irt nun Van Buskirk Law- Vienott Eugene Vo'iter William F reaee Voorhi* Lnoas J Valient* Josenh Vandrrbengb W H Villeneull 1' It Voorheos Chariot II Van Nyok Emil Vausel A Company Verltertham Mons Vantjrden JnoF H Vail A Yates Valentine Wm D Van Crdea H 1) Valaida Francia Vieente Sen >r Man'l VauKapff A Areas 2 Velt Sijiimund Venetian William G Vanhuten Jacob W Waldron Nathaniel Wilcox J Womple J G Waller F W Wiloox A Doliker Weit.crvoett John L Wallace David Willis Dauicl Wright Bros A Co Wagcor l)r R A Willis ni II anion Wilmot Ctiarlee H Whaley John R Williams Alonto Wrght It W Walker A Co W.lliam* Mr Wright J S Welling Jatae* S Williams Thorn' sR Wright Wilson Wallis It?vie Williams Geo N Wright Frodurlek Wallaoe John W Wiliimm Iir 1. WilghtAco Wm Wakttlcld A llowoe W'lliams Jacob S Wriubt Klw Sauil Waite S Willi msThomts Wright Wm Wallers F Williams Elmer WhitinoreDr Josoph Walsh Andrew Williams Wm I" Whitmore Wiu R Ws'ah Patrick Williams A I'osors Winnie E J Walehner Anton* Williams Col II WhtleyJasob Walsh John Williamson A Whiten Joseph S Waring Ceor;,e E Williamson John Whitton Mr Warwick John White Wm B Wliitnoy A Bailey * arden Frank L White A II Winvia Ross Ward A White Robert. Willott* Isaac G Walms'ey Edward Whit* James Winners John Warr er < ar.t Sam'l Whreler f N Wlntjon A Diok Warner T Wheeler Mr Whitney Wm H Warder A Co GeoA Wheeler Alrx-2 Whitkkw Capt H Warlew Capt J P2 Wheeler Eton I. Wiiippla George Willertord JG Wheeler John E Wirti David WnsHn.ton Geo W Webstar Epe- etut tv'iuthrep Theodora WaterhonseAn'w J Wuin i Albert Whiting Wm H Way George M v*e>18inund Whiting Lor 3 Watson A Bristol Weaver l.lowellynJ Winnae 3 Newell Watson Thomas Well* A Co Woodruff Mr Watt Archibsld Webb George Wood Andrew J Watsen Dr B C W'eaver Daniel Woodruff VV in II Watt William Weeks Grrnvilla M Woodruff Caarlesil W a'?rLou*n A Co 4 Webo Edward Woolruff Hiram Watfon A Simonda Wheelwrl|htJoseph Welter Frederick Waters F. O 8?2 Worth Ington W Witter* James WeUberCaptJoshua Wolf A llosanba in Wiley E WeDier John Wood Walter N ? J Wilmor Rev J P B Welker George Wood J II Wilson Geori/e Well Marx Wo<-?l W II Wilson James G Whedon Hiram Wood T II W.laon C D Wells Francis H Wolford Thomas Wit a Christopher West head W A J Woodbury W il Wick' ff Smith B WentworthCnptsin Wo?v.nwood L I. Willes Uscar W John WorkraanAlomo U Vale Prlne Year Theodore Yonng Moon A Son Yale F G Yeoman Wm Young John Yale blms Young Waldron Yonng Joseph Z Zeanleaf John Hfltedlanrnni Warren I.ndfoCM 1 O 0 F Mutual Gold Pen Man Aaeo'n Getty l.odte No 11 I O O P Pa?saio Mining A Man Co Union Lodge Order of the General Mining ufltee I ore Star Hicks' Mannra><tarin< Co American Chapter No 6 O V A States Ri -hta Lodge No 131 Excelsior dewing Machine Co I O O F ISAAC V. FOWLER, P. M. HOTRLB. /10LL1NS HOTEL. FOOT OF CANAL STREET.? WILL I ' be let, three large parlors, with bedrooms and aeveral small room*, on reasonable terms, for snmmer months. The hotel fronts the river, and the loeatioa is unequal lor tami lie*; full view of the bar and harbor, TALLMAN A MACES, Proprietor ?. HOVL BRIGHTON BOULOGNE (SDR MRU), FRANCE ?To families going to Korope. A gentleman, lately tiom Enrope, ean sauiy reeommend the Hotel Dri{h'?a ae not only the best In the place but as one ot tbo he it. in Enrope. Situated at a con<enient di*canoo from the nil road and being in the middle of a l?r. e u;a(deii, this hc.ol pouecsei all the eomforta desirable for wealthy famillos. kTlW TORE BAY HOTEL, 2% MILES FROM JER9T 1 tv City ferry, on the >io>gen Point plank road, will if opened for the snmmer oa 'he 1st of May. P. stands on th heae'i, with a fine view of the Narrows; enoeU'nt bathing lasting and flabinc. Th* stagee leave every boor Irorn tki fev?v at Jerse* city. Fer partlenlar* apidv. by post, t? t:AFT LEES, Proprietor, Jer?ey Citv, or at the hone*. PAVILION, NEW BRIGHTON.? THIS ESTABLISH irevt will be opened on Monday, the :tmh m .t , for the reception of boarder*. F. Ul.AN''ARl), Pr.ipriotor. York family hotel, mew bridge strkbt I.ndsato Illll, London ?The above hou?* is centrally situated, ha* an excellent coffee room, ten or twelve iirivate sitting rooms, hetwe?n forty and fllty 11,-ht airy hedr>oms a >r> d smoking room; warm, cold and shower baths always reedy. A night porter in attendance. A fixed ohfirge for ser verts. The New Y<#k Il<<vatd is flled. TII'iM A3 <{UAR TFE.MAINE (alro proprietor ot the Crown and Seeptre. and Ship tavrrni, Ureonviib,) tenders hJs gratelnl thanks t? his A rr erican friends for the favors he hs? so long enjoyed at ttetr ban^s. and lolkMli ikeir continued patronage and r? coBinevditlov, VOR BALK. ?1 *) -PROPERTY FOR BALK, VERY The iligul IbtM stery brown ?tent home, with (wo lot* of ground. 389 Henry street, near 1 'resident, Brooklyn, will b? said, wit U $1000 worth oLfuc niture, trU'MWt. and $8,000 loft on mortgage; 4 genteel cottage, ?rt*h sieves room*, fine carriage home, 1'4 ten it land, with shrubbwry, gaidsn, with all the furniture, situ ate 4 near Jamaica, will bo sold for $0,000; alio, a splendid cottage, barrage hoot*, beautiful ground*, and on* of the moat delightful location* on State a l*land, will be (old for $10,000. M. L. SHELDON, IB Na**aa atreet. dhl Qnn~FOR SALE, a first class family qro Jpl.OUU eery, a oorner, thirty year* established; in the beat location in thi* city for a good, profitable and cafe bu ainei*. A verv cheap rant. This i* a ohanoe rarely offered. A|ply to JOHN BODINE, 77 Dey *treot. $1 ^nn -ONE HALF OF AN ESTABLISHED PUB ?PJ..UUU. liabiig, advertising bncineai, capable of ex tending to 10,000 a year profit, without competition, i* of fered to an enterprising person with the above *nm. Ad dreis O. H., Hera d office; or apply to C. 9. BRONSON, Esq., 2V3 Broadway, room No fl. <61 nnn ?NL* REQUIRED IN cash to pur ipA.UUU obese a three itory and basement honae in complete order, situated in Carrel street. South Brooklyn. Aoply to IHoS SEWELL, No 1 Barclay street. d>QfW| CASH.? FOR SALE, A WELL ESTABLISHXI) JOUU temperance grocery, lncindlug horse and wag<>u and four years lease. in one of the best locations in the uppor part of tbis city A rare cbanoe for any young man to start 'n business. Satisfactory reason for selling can be given. Plcaae address M. N.t Herald office. Mr. N L. li atUeld who answered this notioe, aud ethers, will be kind enough to cell on lir. Pell, 691 Eigbth avenue, between Forty eighth an i Forty ninth streets, over the bakery, from 10 to 12 A. M? on Friday a* d Saturday ~ A PAGUIRREAN GALLERY FOR SALE ? tTtJUU. Conveniently situated, large skylight, built for tie business, with everything required for carrying on the >ane. Terms, if required, six months time, with approved tignalures. Address Daguerrean, Herald office. qtonri -great chance for a business ?PO?JU. mail.? For sale, the lease and fixtures of the bakery 149 F.luabeth street. The lease has tire years to run. The place is doing a good business, whieh may be greatly In creased. The proprietor has two places, and ill health oom pels bim to sell one. dtjonA -for sale-a light manufacturing Jful/U. business, 20 years established, and paying lar^e Eroiits. Sold en account of 111 health cf the proprietor. In be hxnd* of an enterprising and industrious man, a clear profit of $1 WW per annum can be realised. Apply at a. I Siring Btr? et. Aram: chance? a drug store, six years established, and in a good location, doing a good buxi lcbb, for sale. Address box 25, Herald offioe. A BARE CnANCE.? FOR SALE, BUT NOT IN CON sequence of the liquor law, a publio house with an elegairt bar, taking to W0 daily. The honse is well known, and hat bifltard tables, a restaurant, club and pri vate rooms for associations and parties. Apply to C. ii H n WES A CO., 84 Nassau street. A RARE CHANCE-FOR SALE, A BOARDING bonae, with all the furnitnte aid bedding; the location is good; thero are twenty-tight or so boarders now. Tue only reason for Helling oat is that the owner is toing to her country seat. None but a oaah customer need apply. 573 Greenwich street. Mrs. Maginess. A RARE CHANCE FOR SODA AND MINERAL WATER dealers. ? For sale, about 2 000 ,iroM of good corks, suitab'e for pt rter, ale, cda, and other m'neral waters, at the low price of fld. per gro*a. Apply at 39 Howard street, one door from Broadway. A GREAT BAROAIN? FOR SALE, THAT MOST DESI ralle property, No 9 Desbrosses street, conaitting of two story and l atement brick house 22 hy 40 on front, and two story frame hnuae on rear; soven years lease of lot, without ground rent; covenants for two renewals, (21 years each) at valuation. Will rent for $1,000; only 82,000 in cash required. Apply to A. SERGEANT, 15 Wall street. Broadway lease for sale? lease of a cor ncr atoro in bent part of Broadway; five years to rnn. Will be sold cheap. Apply to HOMER MORGAN, No 3 Metropolitan ltank Building, Pine street. Book, stationery and newspaper store for sale in Brooklvn? In one of the best locations in the city, established in 1848. The atore is on the two prin cipal streets lealing to the ferries; dwelling over the store. For particulars inquire at 103 Fulton street, junction of Main. ? C^OAL YARD, NINE YEARS LEASE AND FIXTURES, J two horses, two carts, harness, Ac., for sale cheap; a good location throe lots; rent K'JO. Apply to LEWIS AUDKRRIED A CO., 110 Broadway, or to the subscriber, corncr of Hudson avenue and Front street, Brooklyn, be tween 10 and 2 o'clock. COUNTRY RESIDENCE FOR SALE OR TO LET? -within flvt minutes' walk of the cars, consisting o! a food house, barn and carriage h>u?e, with from three to four acres of rasturo land, together with a variety of fruit trem and garden ahn hbery, on Long Island, 9 miles from the city. Appiy at 13 Beekmttn street. (COUNTRY RESIDENCE AND FARM FOR SALE, <>R J to let, or exchange, twenty one miles from New York city, one milo and a half fr m the railroad depot at West field. let ex county, N. 'J., containing over eleven aero* of prodnctivo land, abundance ot choice fruit*, three acrtsof woodland, a fine stteam running through it and good fence. The improvements consist of a pleas.it. t English eottsge, barn, granary, other out otfioes, and extensive buildings for poultry. Perfectly healthv. Price $2,500, only $800 cash. Inquire of E. P. BREED, 157 Broadwav, orofC. A. 1.EVERIDGE, Lenox Insurance Company, 54 Wall Ftree*, on Tuesdays and Thursdays, between 10 And 2 o'clock. 0OVNTRY SEAT AT THROQG'S NEC* FOR SALE.? Tie bouse Is iu the Gothio style, ?2 roema, marble man tell, furr.aee. hot and rold water throughout, water closets, baths, eonservatory attached; Is situated immediately on th? water; fine sailinga bathing and fishing; an extended and beautiful view on the Sound. The new steamer Glen Cove lands witbln 1,000 feet of tbe property twice daily. Lodge, gardener's bouse, loe houso filled, fine garden; in factev.ry corvct icncc to make a residence in the oonntry agrees''!*. Apply to JOHN WENDELL 83 South street. CONTECTIONtRY AND ICE CREAM SALO!>N? AN old established business in thi* line, with stock, fix tures, 4c , to be sold eheap, for eash. Inquire on the pre mires, 27 Eighth avenue. DRUG store FOR SALE-TUB BEAUTIFULLY Lo cated (tore, oorner of Broadway and Fourteenth strict (Union l'lace Hotel.) together with the lease, will bo soli low for essh or approved ueurity. Fnll information with regard to the circumstances, business prospect', Ac., may be obtain ed from the proprietor on the premises. Drug store for sale? situatwd in the low er ard eastern part of the olty. I'omp'ete suick ol drug*, chemicals and perfumery; marble top counter, gas fixtures, eheap to a cash customer. A very desirable l->ca tion for either physielan or druggist. R?as> n for selling, go iagtoEurupe. Apply or address ROBERT ROBINS A C drug brokers, 113 John street. Drug store for 3ai.e.? one of the oldest ard best retail drag stores, situated in one ot the best business streets in tbe oi*v of Philadelphia. Will be sold low ss tbe present owner has gone in'.o another business, and cannot give sufficient attention to both. For turthcr particulars addrrrs J. C. M , drnrhst, Philadelphia Post Office, with name and residence. Three or four thousand dollars may remain by giving i atistaetory security. I> RUG STORE FOR SALE-RARE CHANCE FOR ' a physician or druggist. 3500 will purchase u neatly fifed and well stocked drng store, beautifully situated in Brooklyn; terms $.T?0 cash, $200 may remain. Inquire o' S. BURROWS, 1!?1 Fulton stieet, Brooklyn or, E BLUEI.L 481 Atlaitlo strict. DAGVERRKAN.- SPECIME? S. APARATCS, AC , OF good tptality, suited for the dagnerrean business here tr elsewhere, tor sale for less than half toe cost, the owner not being in the business. Addreis for three days D. T. E, Herald office. Farm and country seat for sale-or ex ehanse for city property, it eon'ains 20 teres of excel lent land, 8 orcbsrdt of the beet variety of fruit, cheirie* renrhf", prspvs, with ell the amall fruit in an oxceUent garden; Urge two atory br'ck h?<ii>e, 13 rooma, One oellar ? Ith burn, c\nUze, and other ont houses, all m arly new srd in complete order, 20 mile* from New York, ,lj milt to railrosd dei>o , from whioh trains leava for this ei'.y almo?t hourly. Porseaeion e? n bo riven Id a few dire. Apply to JOSEPH W. AM, EN. No. 2 Nassau street. IjlOR SALE? BROADWAY PROPERTY, OPPOSITE I the Psrk. A live atory hriok store and lot on Br:aiw*y, fronting the Park; the lot is 28 by 110 feet deep, and three faurtha o< th* pnrchaae money can remain on mortgage. Ap plytoS S. BPQAH. 13 Wall street. FHiR SaI E AT A BARGAIN?A BAKERY AND CON fp.-tlouerv, with a saloon attached, handsomely fitted np, with a marlile top connter and table*. doinp- a <oj>d bnel r'?*. It will be sold for half it* coat, at 2'iO Seventh aven.ie. Tbe owner ia going to t'aiifornia. FtOR AAL1? A TWO STORY NEW FRAME HOUrE, and ?tabl? for flye boraes, lame yard, Ac , wi-h 'en i Rent 150. Immediate possession. App'y nt M eat Fortieth street, third floor front Filth ayenne. ti'OR RALE? THE SLOOP R. T. GRAHAM; SIIE IS 1' i'ne of the I osi business sloops on the river; earriws U 1 t'?a, ilrsw* C>? feet of water, and ??? thoroughly rebuilt la*', aprimr. Inquire of P. Y. LOCKWOOD, corner of Amo* and West. atreeti, or TIIOS. I.AW, 88 Grove street. For sale? a first class four story brown atone Iront bona- with all the modern improvements. House "JO by fill, lot HP ?aet 9 inohea deop situated at, Itg E.nt Hiirtieth atreet, b.tareei, Fourth and Lexington ayenne* lnqnir* of JOHN W. FIELDER, 99 East Thirty lirst street, r ear Third ayenne. FOR SALE? THE NEW tURHAM HOTEL, SITUATED on Haclenaaek plank road, 3% mtlea fro u Unbutton fcrry, eonil?ting of f?nr aerea ol land, the olleit >tand on the road. Apply the premises. For sale? ihe Williamsburg, newtown and Flnabing line of atag?s, doing a good b iaino.i?; aleo. to let, tbe Newtown lUtel, situated near the National ttioe Course. Tbe object of the proprietor* In offering the above I* to ole-e the eeticrrn For further particulars inquire at Newtowa Hotel, Newtown, Long Island. FOR SALE? THE STOCK AND GOOD WILL OF AS old established gr eery atore. doing a good ea*h bnai acta, in one of the beat loeationa ia thla oity. Thia ia a r.iro chance for any person lining into business. Also, a grocery wagon and :,an>e<s far tale. All will be disposed of on ret senable term* for ea*h, as the own*r Is g >in< in tho country on tbe Int. of May. Apply at SUI Hudson ayenne, corner of Uohvtr street, Brooklyn. For sale-at n*w rociieli.e, a pleasantly el t ii a ted rott'ge, wtth about two New Tuft eity lots of ground, containing a varl'ty of fruit, Ao. Apply to ARTHUR QILLENDER, UK ifrcsdiviy FOR SALE? TlfE ELEGANT BROWN STONE HOUSE JW) Henry atreet, Brooklyn, with the furniture. Very little money required. Apply to JOHN E. URA1 , 23 Chambers atreet. FOR SALE? TWO ACRES or LAND, WITH A GOOD frame bonte situated In the town of Green ur?*, county of Weate heater abont two mllee from the 111 Jinn Kivor Railroad derot at Pobb's ferry, and on the Saw Mill river road: a vaiioty of dillerent fruit trees. The houae is fu ?iod eider, a amall barn, and an exoellent well of water witMn a few feet of the house. The premises can be bought cheap if spelled for soon. Frr farther particulars injnirc of the s lb icriier on tbe premltes. DAMEL OI'EI.L. FCE SALE? THE HOTEL AND RESTAURANT. MOW tapne place, corner of Court atreet. Brooklyn, known a< 'loynbee'a llo'el, together with the fnrnitnre, flxtnrea, and ail the property connected thereaiUi. Inquire on the pr< mines. GEO. C. BALL, Aialgnee of Toynbeo A Hopkins. For sale-cheap for cash, scnoovcR vul can,ffit??v bnrthen, t>){ fret water: now lylns foot of I Uovetneur a'rMt. Inquire of M. T. RUN YON, 3r>9Sonth at For sai e-a bargain worth looking after A ne.o fuiit and vegetable market, en the Eighth eve aae, a tood atand for busiaeaa; rant of the preaiaes very lo* , with a lea?e ot three year a; win be sold yary low for ("tl. Arr'y before 1 ) A. M. at 391 Seventh ayenne. voa MLB. For sai.b-four 4 uanT chandai.icrs, awo, other m> fixture, Including pipes, burners, relleotoTi, Ac. Inquire at WHITE'S, 212 Broadway^ "L"lOR SALE-A fAPIR BOX FACTORY, IN GOOU r order, with every ti.iog complete. and i lentv a I cuatoia werk. Sold in ?on?queac? of the present proprietor i leaving.the oity. Apply or address at 12<) William stro t( in the rear. For sale-lot and two brick houses (O.nb four *tory, rear, ard on* tiro *torv, trout,) 103 We?6 'twenty -fix tli street, let ween Sixth ana Seventh avenue*; ?tore in front. The whole premlce* will let for about 11,100. Prioe 97,900. A flee opportunity for a grooar, aa the termt will be easy. Inquire at 180 East *?rty fifth rtreej^of^ For sale-two lots of ground. 24 by m feetI etoh, iltuated on the easterly side of Lexington avenue, between Thirty-second and Thirty-third ?treet?; alio, a piece on the rear of tbo aNive lot*, SO by 73 feet 'Jlnohea deep. For terms apply ?t 180 Tenth straet, on* door eaat of Third avenne. _ For sale? a house and lot on twenty. eighth (treat, between Sixth and Seventh aveanes. Tin house is newly built in the most improved style aeoomraO* dating let present fourteen tenants; there is water on eaok floor throughout the building, together with wood houeea for each tenant aud ever* other eeoommodatlon neoessary. The property will be aold eheap, as the owner is abeut t) leave the oity ts 0u0 oan remain on bond and mortgage. Apply to JOHN O CONOR, Eighth avenue, between Thirty fourth and Thirty-fifth street*. The bond* now reuM I or tl,M0 per year. Price 18.000. For sali immediately? a small iiotbl on Broadway, in the vioioitv ot Union square, now full of toarden, and must be sold this week at a sacrifice. ApplJ t oboe, as this is a irreat bargain. and no mistake, to C 0. THOMPSON, 81 Nassau street, room 7. For sali in Brooklyn.? a neat two story frame bouse, with five lot* ot ground and carriage house, aituated oorner of Qnincey street and Nostrapd avonoe, will be sold cheap. Inquire on the premise*. Also two lot| on Gates avenue, rear ol the above. ttior sale on statin island.-wespieed. sr r tuated on Princes bay shore, oonsisting of two ae*e* of land, with all kinds ot fruit, a good house, Sc. Price (t,GQQ* Apply to S. W. CRONK 34(5 Seventh avenue. For sali as a hotel? a largb house m tub beautifnl village uf Fairileld, It., tainous tor fine roada and sia bathing, distant four Tiles from the ci'y of Bridge* port, and of eaiv acoeas by New Haven Railroad. I* oea.?. I tra"y and very deii'ably located ? no hotel in the place aud | much needed. Can b? bad furnished or not, and is In ordet for immediate ooeupanry. Barn 30 by 70. A good ohancq and very moderate means required. Apply to F. f. KNAPP, 34 Broadway. For sale or to let-four biautifcl modern three story honsen, with four full lots to eaoh, em bracing a groeiihnuse and fruit, beautifully situated, near thd Ea.it river, a'. Hell (Sate, on Eighty ninth street -fare six cents by Second avenue railroad. A pleasant house can ba secured at a bargain, it application be iD&de soon to S. RICHARDSON, 212 Fif'h avenue. Also, to le% situate op. posite the uhove bouses the elegant mansion (formerly tbt residence of Mr Prune), with twenty eight lots r.f ground, handsomely shaded ? ith old forest trees. Rent moderate* Appiy as above. FOB 8ALE OR TO LIT? Tni THREE STORY BRICK front bou?e lUk lentil street, between Third and Fourth avenues; the housi' contsiis all the mod<rn ia'>rovementa. I'm- term*, apply at 180 Tenth street, one door e.iet of Third avenue. FOR 8AT.E OR TO LET? TnE HOUSE 230 WEST Twenty flrst afreet, pleasantly situated, and hat ever? convenience. Apply to A. VAIL, 13 Bond street. FOR SALE, OR TO LET? AT A LOW MARK, ONE OP the neatest and host I ullt houses In the city, three sto> rics, basement, and onunter cellar, high stoop, balcony, Ao., 17 Forty-first street, betweeu Broadway and Sixth avenue; good neighborhood, with all the modern improvement*. In quire on the premls- 1. For sale or to let? with or without fu?i nltnr?, a neat eottage and outbuildings, with garden, fruit trees, meadow, Ac . situate opposite the Methodist Church, iu the villsge of Eaxt Chester, Westshester Co., N. Y. Inquire ot N. W. A R STUYVESANT, 8 Wall street. For sale or exchavqe-a small farm or eout try seat, cmbrncin^ fonr aore* of land, in high state of cultivation, with ?i>aoious dwelling house and numerous outbuildings in complete repair, situated on Brooklyn and Jamaica plank rrad; convenient to railroad elation tni* *ida Jamaica. Price f4,(X)0; or ? ill exchange for medium siie house in vlcinit\ of Twenty fourth street. Apply to C. R. MILLER A CO., Aucticnoera, 195 Broadway F<,R SALE, SEPARATE OR TOGETHER-THE TOOLS fa silversmith's workshop, consisting of a drop presn, lathe for metal spinning rollers, fix Inch wide; portable f>rge,!drawbeneh. T> be aeon at;J. B. Hiil.LEliM ANN'S, 77 First North, above Ninth street, Williamsburg. FOR SALE AT WEST HOBOKEV? AN ELEGANT thr*e story and basement Irani e house, ju*t oomple'ed, with one or two lots, and stable on the rear, situate In a beautiful location, on Palisade avenne, within fifteen mi nntei' walk of the HootVen ferry, aud commanding a splen did view of the Hud-on river, Staten Island, Ac. A line of stager pasi every fifteen minutes to the Hobeken ?erry. Prioe low, and terms very easy. Inquire of JOHN WHITB, Jr., 91 Washington street, three doors above Second street. Ho. bokan. Good chance to make a fortune? for sale ? Onn of th? oldest and heft undertaken' establish ments in this city. Apply at 564 1'carl itroct. Thin is a sura investment. C GERMAN DRUG STORE FOR SALE ? IN TBI EIGHTH I avenue, now doing a Brat rate business. Address bo* ?",034 I'oft Office. Houses for sal*.? at the union square reatj Estate office. ->o. 3 Everett Home, comer ot Fourth aver ue and Seveotden'h (treat, a fine four story brows stone he>us?, in Thirty second street near Fifth avenue, 917,000; do., $14,000; do., $19,000; do , three houses, $16,000, ail be tween Madison avenue and Broadway. A neat English bass mint house in Thirty -first. street, near Lexington arenas, Ri.'(K) Two fine houses in Cllntcn place. 910,000 and 90,000. Severn! elegant house* in Stnyvosant square, unturpassod in excellence of finish and leanty ot location by anything in ihe market, from $18,000 to $24,000. Two fine four story trow n stone hou.es on Lexington avenue, $14,000 and $13,000. Aleo, upward* oi on- bundled other houses in varioas parts of the city, at rote $3,000 to 940 00* Call and examine on; list. KEYES * HOAGLAND. House and lot, with store, for sale cheap for cash ? No incumbrance; four story fire proof house (t 'roton water all through the house), situated in Seventh avenue. near Twenty-fourth stieet. Apply at 664 f'earl street, in the s:ore. To lot? Several houses, noma, bed rooms, Ac. House for sale in Brooklyn? a modean three story hriek hou??, with pas, bath, rant;*, Ac. , in a genteel neighborhood, l.v Dean stroet, near Bond, for $9,000, with immediate possesion, if desired. $3,000 may raaain on mortage at 0 per cent. Apply at 132 Canal (troet, N. Y. SODA WATER-APTARATUS FOR MANUFACTUR ing, fountains, Ac , all complete. For tale cheap, a6 104 Sixth avenue. TBI LEASE AND FIXTURES OF A SVILCRS* BOARD ing house fer sale at 107 Cherry street. TO MANUFACTURERS OF READY MADE CLOTH inr. ? Five homos and lots in the oity oi Brooklyn will bs exchanged -or the above mentioned merchandise. Now psyslO peroent. Inquire of R. W. KEN YON, 11 Wall St. O DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES. ? DPBIRABLE corner store for aale. His been recently fittod through out, doing a food business; neignborhood first rate. Sstis fa?'or> Treasons given for selling. Apply to F. HALE, medi cal labelled 80 Naasai street. TO PHYSICIANS AND DRUGGIS'CS.-MUST be sold store*, a neatly fitted up store, well stocked and com pete in every respect; it is desirably located. Arj'ly to F. HAiE, medical libeller, SO Nassau street. T TO DRUGGISTS AST APOTHECARIES -FOR RALE, a large and beautiful corner stoio. handsomely fitted, and well stocked with chcmlctls, perfumery and fancy ar ticles. The store is old established, and the location very desirable, doing a business of f 12 a $1(5 per day. Apply to F. II A I E, mediral labeller, (XI Nassau street. TO PAINTERS ? F?'R SALE, A WEI L ESTABLISH ed house and sign paiutlng bu.iness, or a partner would be taken. Addrets Brush, Herald office. TO PRINTERS FOR SAI E, AN IMPOSING STOVE, with stsud and draw*; stone is seven feet long, two and a ball wide, and two aud a ha'f inches 'hick. Price $2J. For particulars address E. B , Herald t Alee. TO WINDOW SHADE PAINTERS.? FOR SALE, A window stale ahon, with frames, patterna and fixtures now doing a >eod bi:sine>s. for particulars inquire at SSfi Broome street, in tbo store. HOrSKS, MoiKlil. &C., WANTED. BROADWAY PROrERTY.-W ANTED TJ PURCHASE or lease. a site t accommodations for the Aati'mal Acadamy ol Design, in Broadway, baring an entrance there from, or In its immediate vicinity, betwe 'n Fourth and Four t'er.t.i et rents A pi>l > to T. S. CUMMING8, Vice President, at Ms residence, I J> Fifth avenue. (1 IT Y PROPERTY WASTED? IN EPCHaNGE FOR J gold Jewelry. Address 3,160 Post Office. IjURNISriED HOUSE WANTF.D.-ANY FAMILY GO ing abroad for one ywir or moro. snd having a han 1 ?cmely furnished house which they had rather rent to a gen tleman and wife, at a moderate rate, thsn shut np the earn*, may hear of an < pportumty by addreesinz AIMsn, Herald office. The best or care *il! be taken of both bouse and fur niture. Rent not to exceed $1,300 per annum. Furnished room wanted, by a marriedIiev tlrman fr< m the country. Anv widow lady who wishes I to reduce her rent, and has a small room to stiare, May ad j dr'ss William, box 1X8 Herald office, with particular*. WANTED-PARTOF a HOUSE, (FIRST OR SECOND strry, with basement, Croton water, ran. Ac ,) in ttm "I per I art of the city, west sieve, for a small family. R?nt not to eireed $300. Address Home, Ilcrald office. WANTED? IN THE VICINITY OF ASTORIA, CAR msnaville, New Koch -lie or any other healthy retreat, part, of a small c >m'ortatile cottage dur ng the summer months; rooms unfurni.'licd, aid rent moderate. Address W. K., 140 Fulton itrsot. WANTED-A TENANT FOR I'ART OF THE PLEA santly situated hon e, with gas and Croton, furnished ok otfcerriio, 772 Greenwioh street, cornorof Bank, near Ablng don square Rent fr< m Cldo to $100, according to number of ro<ms. Also, a irivate stable fer two horse* and carriages, at ia Bank ssreef. WANTED-BY A SMALL RESPECTABLE FAMILY OF four persons, rart ol a house, either upper or lower floors, with pas and water. Rent from $t?t to ?I*l. Please nddn-es J. H. L , box 782 Post Offles, immediately. Refe rtnees exebansed. "WANTED? ANY TF RSON HAVING A HOU8E, OR ?T homo Kikfi fnrnltnre. which they do sol w boll y occupy, and wish to h.ive it taken care of for the privilege ot ocoupy. ing a small r*?t. "<? on? hundred In iash, by a re tl'onsiblc ard rcsrec'able lamlly, conil?i?g of hnsband, sdy and daughter Address T P. Bowae, H'.rald offine, \itant?dto purchase? a house and wt in IT the Eleventh or Seventeenth ward or vicinity, Ira rood j.eighhorhord. Thosn wi?hirg to sail, address A. Goddsrd, Fast river Pest Offico. avonne O. 11T ANTED TO PURCHASE? A STORE AND VILLAGE V> propel ty. or a good farm of 40 to COaerei.at some health* location within eno or two hows' ride of this city, oa th.i lli dscn, Harlem, New H *ven or New York ard Erie Rail roads. Addies# Manville, oare af H. J Bowen, Post Office N?w York. fir ANTED TO EXCHANGR-IMI'ROVCD AND UNIM TT proved real estate tor merchandise- Inquire at No, (7 Tfinity Buildings. Ill Br a^way.