Newspaper of The New York Herald, May 3, 1855, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated May 3, 1855 Page 3
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ADVERTISEMENTS RENEWED ETERT DAT. raiAjrap RRomm 9/< 7 BEOaDWAT, (WIST SIDE) CORNER OF I.EO" VT I UN ?I r et, office* to let vo the Brut floor up ??(! airy. and very cheap Apt.ly to m ?? f LAWRENCE, on the premises, alter 10 o'clock, A. M. 0^7 BROADWAT, CORNIR OF LEONARD ? TO Ol I daguerreotypists and artist*.? To lot? Splendid diguerrean rooms, having two vary flue lights? one nor lb atiu tba othor wait. Alio, room* fur portrait paia'ln/, having Quo uorth light*. Apply to A LEXANDeR C. LAW - SINCE, on the premises, after 10 o'clock. A. M ?TO LIT, TO A GENTEEL FAMILY ONI tpIOU . floor of a home oonslutiuz of kitchm, two par lore, two larce airy bedroom* healthy neighborhood and large park opposite; also, a itore, tir*t rat* staui for a tem MMM grocery Reat (229. Alto, several othor itorei and dwelling* at low rate* to suit the time*. At ply to JOHN CLAY, 171 Tanth avenue, near Twentyfirst at. ?>{* AMITY STRUT? THI ENTIRE SECOND FLOOR v)U to let, well furnished Wi:l he let together or sopa ratoly. Ho* waiter, ;m, bath, and ve?y line nantrle* Alio, a faw good ainglo room*, with hoard lor geutlemea. Parties of two and three can be aocomoiodatdd well A line of atagea pat* the door. OO BOWERY.-THI NIW BROWN STONE FRONT OO bouse, ono door from tho ?;orn?r of B*y?rd street; turnishod and untarnished room* to let, ruitable for gentle men and their wire*, and (ingle gentlemen, with ga* and bath in the hcuse. A SMALL FRIYATE FAMILY, OCCUPYING A hou*e with the modorn improvement*, will let the te oond floor, handsomely furnished, to single gentlemon, or a lady and gentleman, or amall family, with board for ladies, or use ot kitcbun. There are no children. Home privlle;a* may bo enjoyed. Apply at 170 ffeit Thirty eighth street, ?ooond bouse oa*t 01 Eighth avenue. Terms moderate. A MOST BEAUTIFUL FOUR STORY HOUSE TO A leaae for three years from lit of 'tis May, or will rent for one year if required; No. 1 East Tulrty-third street, ono door from Fifth avenue; rent of house with gis fixture*, oar pet* of baaement, parlor and first bedroom floors, $1,230; -without carpets and fixtures. $1,060; home and 4 a* fixtures, 91,100. Apply on promises. A SMALL PRIVATE FAMILY WOULD LET TO A gentleman and wile, a splendid parlor and bedroom, un furnished. in a newly built modern house; looation, Twen tieth street. The houie has every oonveuiennn, nas, bath, Ao. Mo boarders or children in the houae, l'lonso address W. H. A., Herald office. A STORE TO LET OR LEASE-FITTED UP WITH gasand fixtures suitable for a urocery or any othor busi ness, at lOti Tenth avenue, between Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets. Apply to D. FORBBS, 241 Ninth avenue. A BAKERY TO LET-ON SEYENTH AYENUE, BE twoen Thirty second and Thirty third streets with a good oven, an in complete order; will bo let on reasonable term* to a good tenant. Apply to Henry Franklyn, 71 West Thirty-fifth street, near Broadway. T>ATH HOTEL TO LIT.? THE LARGE AND COMMO X> dious hotel, known as the Bath House, at New Utrecht, Kings county, situate six miles from the olty of New York, cm tie sea shore, and the turnlture for sale; the house 1* re plete with every oonvenienee for a first elate hotel, and will accommodate two h indred persons comfortably. Possos ?ion riven immodiatoly. Inquire of JAS. L. PHELPS, Jr.. SJohn Jtreet. between tho hour* of 12 and 2 P. M., or of M. T. BROWN, 222 Henry street, Brooklyn. TDEOADWAY-TO LIT.? THI NIAf LITTLE STORE. X) with back room, and two rooms abjve, tilCf: Broadway, Store Is handsomely fitted up with shelving, eonnter, gas, ?nd water. Possession immediately Rent moderate. Ap ply to JAMES PRICI, 2U0 Hudson street. Basement to let-at 323 fourth street, near Broadway. Doctor preferred, who could alto biro A neat bedroom in the bnlldlng. COTTAGES, Ao., TO LIT.? TWO OF THI THRU pretty cottages on Forty-ninth itreet, just west of third wren**. containing niue rooms, Croton water, Ac.; neat gar den in front and yard in rear, jnst pnt in oomplete order Mid ready for occupation; rent $300. Also, the neat three Moty house 77 Vartok street; rent H50. Apply to JA1US FR1CI. 200 Hudson street. /"I ANAL AND HUDSON STRUTS -TO LET OR KJ leaae, the prominent southeast corner; has a front of E0 feet ob each street: upper part oon tains ten rooms, Cro ton water and gas, with a separate and genteel entrance on Canal itreet. The store* will make capital a tan is for the elothing, hardware or furniture business, Ao. ; would be let tfkpante, If desired. Apply to JAMIS PRICE, 200 Hud ?ob street. COUNTRY SEAT AT FORDnAM TO LET-ONE hoar's ride from the City Hall. It oontists of a modern built dwelling house, oarriBge house. Ao., and about two acre* of ground attached. For health, prospect, Ac., it is nnanrpasied. Apply to JAMES M. BATES, S3 Wall itreet ? baaement. COTTAGE TO LET AT BLOOMINGDALE, NEAR Stryker'a bay ?A neat cottage, containing eight roomi And basement: garden, orchard, and about two acres of land; wi J bo let with or without the furniture. Apply, be tween 10 and 12 o'clock, to S. B. HUTCHING3.30 John St. Desirable country residence to let-the furnished house, with garden, ice house filled with ioe, carriage house, barns, Ao , the propsrty of the late Effing, ham Lawrence, at Bayaide on Little Neck Bay, four miles from Flushing The surrounding soenery has been dtemod very fine, the lawn is large and welll filled with forost and ornamontal trees. For trems and lurt her particulars apply to C. W. Lawrenoe. executor, at the banlc ot the State of Jiew York, or to E. A. Lawrenoe, on the premises, or to A. M. MICKLE A SON, 110 Water street, N. Y. Elegant gothic cottage at new rochelli to let? near tbe railway station, with a fine view of the Sound. To a good tenant, will be rented low. JOHN B. MURRAY, 44 Wall street, over Bank of North America. Farm foe sale or exchange for improved property in New Jersey? Six acres we'l cultivated, house, bam, outhouses, Ao.. about 1>.? mils from Newark on the bank of the Paasate river, aoceisible every hour through the fay. For particulars inquire of J. L. VANDE "WATER, 12 Maiden lane. rRNISnED COTTAGE TO LET? AT ROCKAWAY, L. I. , containing twelve rooms, with ice house, earriage houae, Ac , ntkached, having a commanding view of the ocean, and within a minute's walk of tbe beaeh. Apply to O. B. OWEN, No. 3 John street, office No. 2. TnURNISBKD HOUSE ON EASY TERMS.? A WIDOW J er. without children, owning a large furnished home, near Union square, would lei it fo a family, and if agreoa hie. board with them, thereby reducing the rent to aaout $1,000. Apply, after z o'claok, to J. SUCH, AO Eist Fifteenth street. Furnished house to let-very eligibly situated on Broadway, containing a large number ot rooms, everything nearly new, with all the conveniences as regard* modem Improvement!, would be let, for a first olass hoarding houae. with immediate p isseiiion. Apply to B. W. RICHARDS, M7 Broadway. Furnished house to let for six months? The modern built three story house No. 83 St. Clemont's place, Maodougal atreet, near Bleecker; contains all tbe modern improvements, ia furnished oomplete, and to a small family will be rented very low. Apply on the premises. HOUSE AND STORE TO LET OR LEAIE, AND Fix tures for sale; the upper part is suitable lor lodge or meeting rcoms. Thl* is a good opportunity tor any one with a small capital. Applv at BAN KIR'S hat store, 486 Broad way, eorntr Broome street. House to let-yearly rent $<ho, good loca tion, being eituated west of Broadwav, below Broome atreet. frqm ten to twelve rooms in nice order, with hot and oold water, range, baths, Ao.; also tbe dwelling part of the house 392 Broome street, convenient to Broadway, yearly rent $42S; a large house with sixteen rooms, yearly ront $860, in the vicinity of St. John's p*rk. B. W. RICHARDS, 307 Broadway. H House to let-in the vicinitt of abingdon square. containing sixteen rooms, with ill the modern improvement!; location excellent for a first clan boarding bonne, being lo convenient to the Eighth avenne ear*. Tearly rent very low, $800, with immediate possession. B. W. RICHARDS, 307 Broadway. OBOKEN. ? FURNISHED HOUSE TO LET.? A FINE . home in Hndtoa itreot, Hoboken. with all the modern Improvi menti, gas, bath, Ac.. and completely furnished, will he let to a genteel family, that keep* no boarder*, for the iea?on, no to October lit. Priee $800. Security re gnlred. Inquire at 24 Ve?ey itreot, second loft, N. T. Lots to let? two lots on hoboken street, direotly opposite th* Hndion Rivor Railroad pa*s*n*er Station, ana close to Collin*' steamship dock and Hoboken esrrv? have a front of 60 hoi. Apply to JAMES PRICE, 300 Bnd*oa ?treet. OFFICE FOR RENT-ALSO A DESK ROOM, IN A rleaaant offioe No. (1 Wall itreot. Inquire tlurd floor, front room, of J. J. GREENOUGH. PART OF A HOUSE TO LET.? THE SECOND AND third floors and baiemont, with privilege of hath and nndercellar, No. 146 West Thirty-ninth afreet; ha* gas and fixtures, ipeaking tubes, Ac. To a good tenant, rent KJi. Neighborhood unexceptionable. Apply on the premise*. Booms to let-furnished or uniurnished, consisting of front and back parlor*; alio, bedroom*, Inquire on the premise* 327 Broome street, between Bowery and Chrtotle street. OTEAM POWER, WITH GOOD AIRY ROOMS, TO LET? O on r?asonahle terms, in the North American Steam Work*, Forsyth street. Apply at the office, (4 Forsyth it. STORE TO LET? NO. 13 ANN STREET, BETWEEN Naisau street and Broadway. Rent $30 per month. In quire on thi> promises. STORE TO LET AND FIXTURE8 FOR gAI.B-WEI.L estahlii bed in the hosiery and famishing goods. Sold withorwitho t the stock, cheap for caib. as the owner is engaged in other bnaineis. Inquire on the premise*, 301 Bowery. SOUTH BROOKLYN.? TO LET, FURNISHED OR UN furnished, a front room and bedroom adjoining, on ?* oond floor, with board, suitable fir % gentleman ana wife or two or three rinsle gentlemen, at 43 Oheevar place, Ave or ten minutes' walk fr.im Hamilton and Booth ferries. Hons* first class, bath, gas. Ae. OTATEN ISLAND DWELLINGS TO LET? SITUATED kJ in SU| leton, adjoining the resitlenou of Dr. Lea. each calculated tor families of eight and ten people, direotly on the water, and eloso to the terry. Stable, trait and shade trees . Inquire of Dr. LEA, or R. O. SMITH, Stapleton. mO LET? IIAND80M KLY FURNISHED APARTMENTS, A at the trst elass house 77a Broadway, containing all th* Modern improvement*. TO LET ? 110 GRAND STREET, THREE DOORS WEST of Broadway, two lano, front inrnHhed room*, *u (table for a gentleman and lady ; also small rooms, suitable for *in?le gentlemen, with or without board. Rooms lighted with gas. Any on* wishing a permanent place for th? sum mer will do wsll to ?aH. fTtO LET? THE ELEGANT FIR8T FLOOR OF nOUSE A 778 Broadway, with private entranoe, suitable tor a dsntist or pby*ioian. IJIO LIT? TH E STORE NO. 778 BROAD WAT. TJ LET-A PART OF A HOUSR, FURNISHED OR nntnrtinhcl, and 1 good stable for hordes, sltaatnd in the pleasant and healthy villain of New Durham, three and a half miles From Hoboken lorry, on the H-ckensack Dank Road. Stages pass the door hourly. Iaqnire on the pro ail***, oft- KRONE. rpo LET ? THE COMMODIOUS COTTAGE AND A grounds, of Mr. Iiaao Bell, at N*<* Brighton, Staten Island, now occupied by Mr. RiaslofT. opposite th* Kplsoopat C'hnreh; situation very deslraole with a die view of the buy. Apply at 2A N assau street, room No. II, third story, or on tb* premises. TO I.HT? TWO LARGE, FINE PARLORS, ON THE first floor, in a gold location down town- wonld answer for a dsntist or a physician. Thev will be lot tarnished or t>Bf?roi?b<d. Apply at 20 WbiH TO LET ? BINT 890 ? PlITTt OOtTAdl BOVU, now is nia? order, II roowu, stable m rear, shade Mti Croton water, bath room, ipue for Rardeu. A? 8eeoad aril Third avenue oax? i.kas night and da*. Apply ec the are ?tsos, ooraer el lujs strert aed Tturi avon?: r LET? TWO ELEGANT FOUR 8TOBV BROWN ?tone front English basement bouses, JO feetfrnat and W feet deep, ire in u or feet order, hive all the modems iav nrovemsnts, and are meet desirable residences for genteel bailie*. Apply on the premise*. at 127 and 229 ftet thsrty Iburth (treet. TO LET-ON TI1K EAST BITES AT BAVSN8WOOB Lob ib Island, two modern built cottages, eleven room* enol Iuqoire of GILHRRT HOPKINS, at kavenawood, or at hii office, 40 Pock dip, upstairs, from 11 to 1 o'clock. TO LET-THE NEAT TWO AND A HALF STORY AND basement dwelliag, No. 3 Uubert itreet, finely located, only one door wett of St. John'* Park: contain) ten twmi, haa Crntea water, end watte pipe* in back basement: vault under sidewalk. Bent WOO. Apply to JAMES PRIJE, KM Hudson str*et. TO LET-UPPER PART OP HOUSE NO. 220 HUDSON ?treet, now thoroughly repairieg, to be ready i? a few day*. Rent $225. Also, store and availing. No. 491 Wash ing? struot, opposite Clinton market. Rent $500 Also, ?everal small (tore*, Ac., Ao. Apply to JAMES PRICE, 2W Hudson atreet. TO LET? THE FOUR STORY AND BASEMENT HOUSE f.V. Houston street, on the northwest corner of Crosby (treet; contain* abont seventeen rooms, ha* all modern im provements, and is in good order. Apply to JAME4 PRICE, auo Hudson * treet. *** -> TO LIT? THE VERT SUBSTANTIAL FIVE STORY brisk building, 186 Duane street, two door* from Creon Wiob. with basement and sub cellar, in oomplote order, ad mirably adapted for the grocery or provision business; root unusually low to a good teuant. Apply to R. KINGiLAND A CO., 110 Chambers street. TO LET? THE SECOND STORY OF A FIRST CLASS house, at 259 Wert Thirty-fourth atreet, with all the modern improvement*. consisting of five rooms, with rango, gas, bath-room, Ac. Inquire on the premises. Rant $300, TO LET? AT CARMANSVILLE, 155TH STREET. A few minutes' walk trom Hudson River Railroad depot a handsome double gothie oottage with a kitohen and flower garden attached; alao a lot ot ohoioe fruit tree*, in fall bearing. Inquire on the premise*, or of JOHN C. ER.MKN PUTSCH, No. 76 William street. TO LET? A LARGE HOUSE, CONTAINING TWENTY two chamber*, admirably suited for a first clais board ing house, and beautifully situated on the Eaat river, and only half an hour'* *ail ft >m the city. The ground* are eplendidly laid out bt lawn*, and a oharmtng grove ikirt* the water. Apply te HOMER MORGAN, Pine (treet, No. S Metropolitan Bank building. TO LET.? THE THREE STORY HOUSE 21S WE3T Twenty seventh (treet, w|4h modern improvements, gas, hot *nd cold water bath, connsoted with atreet sewer, andls in eoroplete order. Alao, the (tore and oellar of the pre mise* 379 Washington (treat, ooraer ef Beach. Inquire at 4 South William street. J. U. ANOARICA. mo LET? A DESIRABLE COUNTRY RESIDENCE, i. for the summer or year. Apply to HOMER MORGAN, No. 1 Pine street. TO LET? A VERY SUPERIOR FOUR STORY BROWN stone basement house on Twenty-eighth street, near Fourth avenue. The hous* is in fine order, with modern improvement*, ga* fixture* and oiloloth*. Alio a number of other house* to let and for sale. Apply to E. B. K.1N SH1MKR, 319 Fourth avenue, from 8 to 10 and 3 to 7. TO LET? THE TWO DWELLING HOUSES, 859 BROAD way. ? Large piano room, tailoring room, dagnerrt an aad show rooms, offices. Good entrance. Rent low. Inquire on the premises. TO LET-AT TOTTEN 3 V I LLE, STATEN ISLAND, A few minute*' walk from the steamboat landing, a neat brick cottage. Possession given immediately. Inquire of EDWARD E. MURPHY, No. 6 Centre street. TO LET? TO A SMALL GENTEEL FAMILY, THE UP per part and basement of house No. 75 Delanoy street. Inquire from 8 to 10 A.M., aad from 3 to 6 P.M. TO LET? A THREE STORY BRICK HOU8E WITH ALL the modern improvement*, in Green aveuu?, near Cam. berland (treet. Brooklyn. Inquire of MICHAEL TAG GERT, 126 Water (truet. * TO LET? LOWER PART OF A SMALL, PRETTY house, perfectly olean and in excellent order, with large yard; location very pleasant; occupied by a gentleman and Wife: rent very low to a good tenant. If wanted, a room on third floor, lurnished or unturnished. Apply at 457, Fourth avenue. TO LET? PART OF A MODERN HOUSE, 251 WEST Thirty . fourth atreet, (econd floor, part of bwsmontand third floor, with gas fixt tiros, bath, and water throughout, to a small genteel FamilyjRent $300. References exohangod. Inquire at 269 Weet Thirty-fourth (treet, or at 30ii Weit Thirtieth (treet, of A. DUBOIS. TO LET? A CONVENIENT HOUSE, SUITABLE FOR a small genteel family, pleasantly situated next to the Reformed batch Church, al Tompklntvillo, Staten Island. For particular* apply on the premi*??. TO LET-THE DWELLING PART OF HOUSE NO. 386 Fourth avenue, corner of Twenty eighth street; contains twelve rooms in fine order; bath, gas, hot and coin wator; a vory desirable dwelling for a private family. Rent low. Apply to K. B. KIN SHIR KK, 319 Fourth avenue, from 8 to 10 and 3 to 7. TO LET? TnE SECOND FLOOR OF THE HOUSE 29 Hubert atreet, to a small family, at a low rent; the front basement may be had for one of the rooms on the ** cord floor. Can be seen at any time, near St. John's ptrk. TO LET-STORE AND BACK ROOM, IN BLEECKER street, 284, one door trom Barrow: has been occupied for the fancy business for yeara, ana suitable for any business. Rant $400. Apply to WM. EG IN TON, No. 149 Fulton street, or on the premises. TO LET- STORE NO. 30 ANN STREET.? RENT $403. B. GALIiRAITH, 1.7 Fulton street. TO LET-THE SI ORE 273 GREENWICH STREET, third door above Murray street, suitable for a hosiery and gentlemen's furnishing store. Inquire of JOHN JAM1 buN . 272 Pearl street, or 117 Fourth street, afterti P. M. TO I.ET? ON MYRTLE AVENUE, CORPER OF YATES avenue, twelve new houses, Just finished, with foidiug doors, tea room, asd plana commanding one ot the finest views in Brooklyn. Bent only $1S0 a piece, for one year. Apply to A- C. FRANSIOLE, at the office of Therasson <fc Bryan, No. 8 Wall street, New York. TO LET? IN MORRISANIA, TO A RESPECTABLE family, a two story, attic and basement oottage, with garden, good well of spring water, and cistern ; pleasantly situated, a few minutes' walk frcm the depot ; rent mode rate. Apply to PHILIP ERNST, No. 621 Broadway, New Y ork City. Entrance in,Twelftfa (treat. TO LET-THE SECOND FLOOR, WITH BATH, BASE meat, and part of the-third floor, if required; r?ut to suit the timee; family muat be (mall. Inquire of E, P. C., No. 201 Chambers (treet. TO LET-A NEWLY FINISHED BASEMEVT, CON slsting ot two large nomi and one small room on the oorner of, Tenth street and First avenue; rent 9150 a year. In the same house to let? one parlor and tliree bedroom* In quire in the drug (tore in the premises. TO I.ET? A THREE STORY FRAME HOUSE. PLEA rantly situated in Jay, near Prospect atreet, Brooklyn, within five minutes walk of the Fulton, Catherine and Bridge street ferries. Rent $350. Also, a snug throe story end basement oottage, close by. Rent $16 per month. TO LET-THE UPP1R PART OF TnE HOUSE 37 Vestry street, near Hudson, to a small family. Posses sion can be had immediately. Inquire on the promises. mo LET-THE WHOLE OR PART OF A FOUR STORY A houre, furnished or untarnished, with gas, bath, Ac., in a most desirable locality, near Washington square. Per sons wishing a desirable residenco may apply to It W. RICHARDS, 307 Broadway. TO LET? A THREE STORY HOUSE. TEN ROOMS, suitable for ? boarding home, Ac., situated at 654 Pearl ?t relet, near Broadway; immediate possession siren. Al?o tiro small stores, Ac., no* vacant. Also ft store, 218 Seventh TO LET-THE LARGE BASEMENT NO. 12 MAIDEN Ian*. For particular! inquire of|S. L. VAN'DE WATER, U Maiden lane. rUT- A TIIREE 8TORY FRAME HOUSE, PLEA rantly situated in Jay and Prospect ?treet?, Brooklyn, within fl?e minutes' walk of Fulton, Catherine and Urldgo ?treet ferries. Apply to OEO. SUTTON, corner of l'roipoct and Jay (treat*, Brooklyn. mo LET-THE LOWER PART OF A THREE STORY X home, with front and back parlor, two bedroom! and basements. Inquire at 2H6 8pring street, for one week. TO LET ? A FIRST CLASS PRIVATE DWELLING home, situated in the central and business part of Broadway, near Prince rtreet. Tha above home consists of one large room on flrst floor, with baiement kitchen commu nication by back itair caie; lane pantriei, Ao. ; two splen did rooms on second floor, together measuring ahdot fiO by 25 feet, with three other rooms on lame floor; tb# third floor contain! nearly the same ipaoe, with ft lares atlio of four flniihed bedrooms, sub-cellar, gas, Croton water, bathroom, Ac., Ao., admirably suited for ? small club house, or so cieties. The rent being low, the above property would be ft good speculation to sun-let for offices or for business pur pose!. Posieision jciren Immediately, or as soon ae it oan be prepared to sultthe wishes of the tenant. For particu lars apply to HARDMAN A OSBORI* , Real Estftte Agents, 187 Walker street, Citiieas Bank building. mo LET TO GOOD TENANTS, YEEY REASONABLE? A Two four story flrst olftsi English basement homes, situ ated on Thirty ninth St., Murray Hill, between Lexington and Third arenaei. The houses have all tho improramenti, and only one year linoe tbey ware built. Inquire oi the owner on the premises, 115 Eait Thirty-ninth itreat. R. GIBBONS. TO LET, ON BROADWAJT ? ONE LARGE SKYLIGHT room, suitable fo?any light manufacturing bnilness; a i so two suite of office*. Will be rented low to good tenants. Apply on the premises, to S. C. BISHOP, 1S1 Broadway. TO LET IN WILLIAMSBURG? STORE AND DWELL ing bouse oorner of Graham arenue and Powers street, long established as a meat market, and doing good business: r.-nt ?275. Also, two etoryand basement house on Sarford street, one house south ofWilloughby avenue, two lots, line garden; rtnt $175. Apply at U6 Urand street, Williamsburg. TO LET AT FCRDHAM. WESTCHESTER COUNTY? A neat detlrable dwelling house, eligibly situated, with alxut one third of an acre of ground attached, Itis finished in Mi# modern style, and for prospeet, oonrenience, Ac., is unsurpassed. For tall particulars apply to JAMES M. BATES, SI Wall St.. basement. TO LET, ON STATEN ISLAND- A MODERN STONE house, completely furnished, containing fourteen rooms, situated on the heights, about a mile from Sailors' Snug Harbor. The lawn, of seven acres, is wsll shaded with ever rr?en and forest trees. Inquire ef Mr. BARRETT, 10 Wall street. TO LET OR FOE SALE? SEVEBAL LARGE STORES and offices In the new Concert Hall building, in Stam ford, Conn., well llnished, and osleulatad for a milliner, harness maker, tailor, or any ether business. Also ft oot tftge, near the same. Apply to Sands Seely, Stamford Conn., or Iheodore Monlton, 252 Cherry street. New York. TO LET OR FOR SALE IN BROOKLYN? THE FIRST elans three story briok home, hkh basement, 216 Dean street, with fnrnaee, gu throughout the hon*e, oath, hot and cold water, wl?l be l?t or s^ld at a low priee. Apt ly to JAB. H. SCRIBNER, 3B0 Dean street, Brooklyn. TO L*T OB LEASE? THE FIRST LOFT OF NO. 28 Beakman street, extending throagh 105 feet to Spruce f,r?^ *, ?ntn",ee holstway on both streeta, f" "T "J4*1 ***? water. A s, oomjlee. Possesion 1st of May. Apply to JAMK8 PRICE, MS B>id?on street TO LET OR LEASE -THREE LOFTS, CORNER OF Morris and (ir-enwinh stroets, wall lighted, and well calculated for stfra*". 90x80 AUo. tie storo in Morrn street, twenty fly* feot sqnsre; will be rented law. Acnlr to JOHN 1.1. ul D, 18 N ftusau street, sornir of Plne o?er JiMk of CeMonweaUb. VEVAIW UQIITIB. TO LIT OR T.K 481? COUNTRY REriToiNCE AT FOR t Washington, ob the Hudeon river tan miles 'rom W%ll ?tree*, convenient to depot, commanding a flee view of the river to Stateu Island Uoum WU45 rook new, first olnaa, with all mocem improvomenta, anil an pilled witti water ta laundry, kitebon. butler* pantry, bath ruani and bedrouuia. The plain contain* about two aore?, has ba>h bnuae, Si ??? *hade two, l>. Eaat ?l .WD Adore** box 1.1M# Pont Offioe mo LET OR LEASE-AT ASTORIA L. I.. NRAK THK J. Rant river twn cottage hnuaea, with carina ground at tached. Rent moderate. For particular* apply to ALk'RSO BR1DCEMAN, 874 Broadway, corner at Eighteenth ?tract, New York. T rpo LET OR LEASE? A NEAT, SMALL OOTTA'JE. X containing fire room*, cellar, Ao and ksvinp attached to it about half an acre of land, with a *'t!>le, at Linden hill, Maapetb, L. I., only 2X miles from Williamtbur* far rie?; plenty ot abade treen. Apply to S. tllUAK HtlJ BERD, near the Maapeth Hotel. TO LET, OR FOR SALS ? A VERY NICE UOUSE, with ga*. mar t ie maatela and range in Wiliiama burp, near the ferry; ten t S230 To let in New York? a rtnall home down town; aUo the first floor of house 56 Keek man atreet, tor butiuesa purposes. Apply at SMITii'd. 15 Mott street. fIX) LEASE? THE BRICK BUILDING ON THENCRT11 J. wat corner of Eleventh avenue and Tliirtv- third street, formerly oceupied by H R. Unnbun A Co. Tha building i* 60 by 75 feet. three atoriea high. ffltj substantially built. Any doalrabla qnantltyof ground mu be had vrlt b it. for particulars inquire oi W M. BROWNING, 241 (Teat Thirty r LEASE? TBI DESIRABLE STORE 10 BEKKMaM street. with basement, aub-cellar and fireproof vault*, very euitable for wheleaaU hardware, paper, or other buat peaa? poaaeaaion lat of Hay. Alao, the three miliar loft a, light and oommodioua? poaaeaaioa Immediate, Also, at a greatly redtmed rent, the fine ntor* 18 Spruce atreet, with basement, vaulta, Ae.? poaaeaaioa immediate. Both tt>ese atorea are ia good buaines* locationi, not far from the City Hall and Poat Office. Apply to JAMES PRICE, -JJO Hud aoB atreot. or E. W. CAWPEE. No. 8 Wall atreet mo LEASE ? A COUNTRY SEAT, AT PELHAM, W R5T JL cheater county, containing 54 acrea ot laad, beautifully located, on the Sound. Rent low. Apply to ADAM i LUCK BY, 78 Naaaan atreet _ rrw RENT-IN THE YILLAQE OF MOKRISANIA, BE A tween t'lrat and Second streets, and between the Mor riaania and lielroae atationa, Harlem railroad, a lai ge and nearly new dwelling house, containing eixteeu rooma, stable, hen hctiae, Ae., and 19 city lota of land, all in good order. Rent >360. Act%f to A. FlNDLAY, II Spring street. O PHYSICIANS. -A DRY AND PLEASaNT BASE ment, in a deairable location, near Broadway, to let npon moderate tarma. Apply to J. A. DIXON, No. 7 Amity atreet, two doora eaat of Mercer. TO JEWELLERS, DESIGNERS, ENGRAVERS, OR other light manufacturing buainesa. ? To let, the seiond and third floor* of the new marble building 100 Canal atreet, oorncr of Wooiter; each floor lighted by eleven windows, a fine rhowy entrance on Canal atreet, Croton water, a hoist war for large cage* at rear entrance, aad every convenience. Will be rented cheap. Apply on the premiaea. THE SECOND AND THIRD FLOORS OF A NEW three atorv houae, with all the modern improvements, will bo rented low to a email family. Can be eeen at any time. No 17 Forty -first atreet, between Broadway and Sixth avenne. For further particulars inquire of W. II. RAYNOR, corner Broadway and Thirty fifth atreet. TO FAMILIES.? FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED rooma to let, in the firat class house 776 Broadway; one floor of aix apartments, with privilege for housekeeping if required. Alao an office, to a phy aicfan. fHE UPPER PART AND BACK BASEMENT OF THE houao 8S0 Washington atreet, with tea room, or with out, aa may suit applicants. Inquire on the premises. eOPARTBMBMUP SOTICM' nnr? ?PARTNER WANTED, WITH THE ABOVE ipl.uUU. amount, in a genteel and aura bnsiaesa, pay ing SOO per cent profita. and good demand throughout tne United State*. 1 he oapital invested will be secured. Ad drete Henry Wilson, Herald office. dtOAA ? PARTNER WANTED IN A GENTEEL OLD established cash business, paying 92,600 per an num, requiring two partners to oonduct it. An lnduatriou* tuainesa iran with this amount may apply immediately to C. B. HOW ES A Co., 84 Nassau at. q>OAA ?WANTED? AN ENTERPRISING MAN, AS tjp^iUU. equal partner, in a new legitimate cash specula tion, perfectly safe, and with perseverance a fortune will ?urMy be the reward. Please call on E. McMAHON, 170 Chatham itieet. COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.? THE UNDERSIGNED have this day formed a copartnership under the name and firm ?i Wymaa A Tousey, for,the transaotion of the tailoring hualneaa, and dealing in gentlemen's furnishing goods, at 073 Broadway, opposite Metropolitan Hotel. Joseph wyman. May 1, 1885. HENRT 8. TOUSEY. CO-PARTNERSHIP NOTICE.? THE COPARTNER abip heretofore exiating under the name and firm of Jamea Thomson A Son ia thia day dlnslved by mutuil congest, Mr. Jamea Thomson retiring from basiieta. The unsettled business of the late firm will be attended toby either party. JAURS THOMSON, > ew Tor k. May 1, 1855. ANDREW THOMSON. The undersigned will continne the wrought spike manu facturing busineaa on his own aoeount, at Noa. 78 Monroe and 21)7 Lewis atreet. ANDREW THOMSON. DISSOUITION.-TBE COPARTNERSHIP HITHERTO existing between the aubtcribera under the Arm of Conklin A Smith is thia day dissolved, by mutual consent; the unsettled business of the late firm will be attended to by either of the parties at 99 Front atreet. JOEL CON KLIN. New York, May 1, 1896. JAMES SMITH. Retiring from the late firom of Conklin A Smifh, I take great pieaauro in aolleititing for my successors, Messrs. J. Conklin A Co., the continuance of the favors of all my fiienda, and the lriends of my lato firm. JAMES SMITH. Cepartnerahip.? Joel Conklin having asaooiated with him Lewis R. Davia and Moaen W. Garrison, will oon'inue the business ot the late firm of Conklin A Smith under tho firm of J. Conklin A Co., at 99 Front atreet. New York, May 1, 1866. JOEL CONKLIN. Dissolution.? the copartnership hereto fore existing under the style and firm or Rollins Bro ther*, ia this day disaolved by mutual eonsent. GUSIAVLSA ROLLINS, New York, May 1, 1866. JOHN T. ROLLINS. CopABT?EBsiiir.? The underlined have this day formed a partnership, under the firm of Rollin* A Haviland, aa atock brokers, at 38 Exchange plaoe. JOHN J. ROLLINS, New York. May 1, If 65. WALTER HAVILAND. G. A. Rollins may be found at the atore of R. A H. VTOTICE.? THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EX' i.1 iating between the aubseribers, under the firm of By A Hanson, is thia day dissolved. CHABLES RY, May 1, If 56. JOHN M. HANSON. Notice.? the copartnership heretofore existing between the subscribers under the firm of Wil liam N Lewi* A Motlimore, is thi* day dissolved by mutunl consent. WILLIAM N. LEWIS, New York, May 1, 1866. JOHN MORTIMORE. Notice. ? The undersigned have thia day formed a copart nerrhip under the firm of William N. Lewis A Sou, for the tranaactioa of gentral auction and oomniisnion business, at the oorner of Broome atreet and the Bowery. WILLIAM N. LEWIS, New York, May 1, 1866. GEORGE G. L hi WIS. PARTNER WANTED.- A YOUNO MAN WITH A capital of 1400, to join the aubneriber in a safe and paying business. Inquire of L. liA l, > 11, 113 Bowery. TO MILLINERS OR DRESS MAKERS.? A LADY, WITH $2,600 cash, wishes to i em with a lady already estab lished ia millinery, or would furnish all ol a atook of millin ery. with a lady baviag a houae and furniture: alao, a dreia making businesa. Addreas Misa Cinderella, Herald office. THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING under the name and firm of Spauldinr A Happy, is thia day dissolved, acoording to the articles of agreement. UEOKGB D. HAPPY. The bnslneaa of the late firm will be continued by the undersigned, at the old looation, 289 Broadway. New York, May 2, lisM. G. D. HAPPY. ANTED? A PARTNER, IN THE BUTTER, CHEESE lard and egx bnaiaees. Any one that has three or tour hundred dollars to lnveat can have a great chance to make profitable t w motey, aalt ia one of the moat profitable bnrinceaei. A great chance for a young man from the e juntry. Keferencea ex changed. Aodreaa A. B., Herat J office, for three day*, atat pg wliere an Interview may be had. WANTED? AN ACTIVE PARTNER, WITH FROM three to five hundred dollars, in a bualnesa that will pay three thousand dollar* a year. Also, moaey loaned on aiai. onds, watches. Jewelry, Ac. A larie splendid St. Bar nard watch dog, worth fifty dollar*, will be *old cheap, at the owner ha* no place to keep him. Inquire at 208 Broad way, room 12. WANTED? A GENTLEMAN WITH $1,*? TO JOIN IN a paper manufactory, now eatabliahed and in good bu ?iness, or will accept the loaa of the same and give the best of aeourity. Apply at room 22 Moffatt's Building, 335 Broad way. PLAYISO CARDS. P LATINO CARDS.? FARO PLAYINO CARDS, TERT old and well seasoned, with all the various other qnal tiles of linen aad eotton ovdi, made by SAM HART A CO. For Ml* to the trade and club honaee at their (tore. No. 1 Barclay etreet, opp?elte the Aitor House. ' cLonmo, dec. CAST OFF CLOTHING AND FURNITURE WANTED. Ladies or gentlemen having any of the lame to dlspees of, can obtain a Mr aad oath price, by lending for the aub sertber at hi? reeldenee, or through the poet. >. 8. COHEN, ?C Dm street. N. B.? Ladies attended by Mil. Cohen. CAST OFF CLOTHINO AND FURNITURE WANTED. ? Ladies or gentleman having an/ of the aame to die pose of. can obtain a tafar aad onsh price by lending for the eubf oriW at hia reeidenoe, or through the poet, L. M. DCS SELDORF, No. 13 Elm etreet. N. B.-Ladiee atttended by Mi*. D. CLOTHINO AND FURNITURE -LADIES OR OKV tlemeo having any to dispose of ean receive a fair caeh price by eendieg to the stores II Laurens etreet, near Canal, or A3 Weet Broadway, or by letter through the put. Ladise attended by Mrt. Cohen. 8. COHEN. VOUTHS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHINO.? JOSMPB I B. CI ORE, BAILET A CO.. No. 8 Park plaee, oppoette the City Hall, have bow on hand the beet aee..rt?d ?prlns and summer st?ek and (tylea to be found in the United States, and suitable for all agea, froa three te twenty yean #1 a* wlilmla. aad for weally redaeed pHeea. IPBEM AOliCIEI. ADAM'S A CO., CALIFORNIA EXPRESS -OUR next eipreaa for Call'oraia. Uregon, Sandwich la laoda and South America, will leare per steamship Ooorge Law. on Saturday, May 9, at 3 o'clock P. M., la charge of special meeeenrer. to destination. freight and email par rale received at nor cfflce. Hi Broadway, natU 1 o'clook P. M , on da; ot aalliag. W. B 111 N8NORR, K. 8. SA/H DfOKI), S M SHOEMAKER. Proprietors "f Adams A Co. 's California Paosa.a Kxoresa. WELLS, fAROO A CO.'* EXPRESS TO CALIFOR nia Oregon, Sandwich Ialantla, and Papilla ooaat of South America. i Wee No b2 Broadway. ? Our neat e* ?res* tor t elif<rnia Ac will go forward on Saturday neat, lay frtb.et 2 o'clock, P. H.. by e (earner OEoRdK 1.4VT, via Panama, Frtlaht goea hy onr e* press at the rata of thirty five rente |er pound whei' it weighs at letat seven teen pot-fids to the oulite font. Freight which the ?hipj>?r Wi'l pem.lt to lie ever cn the Isthmus until the neat sue credinp steamer from Panama. g>.?? at thirty oenta per pntind rn each ctihlc toot tf seventeen pnnnda or morn. Positively no treleM received ?iter 1Z M. ''mall re eiived until 1 P M all sen' in charge of enr anecial mes senger. freight must he pacVed water proof Ooode ship podia bond. P. N. BAU> A V, President. FWAHCTAL. $7^0 HOfl MW YORK ?ND H\?L?M BAH CIvv-vV/, row) second Dort^t 7 p? bonds, part ut an Uau* of u> t uulLtou. This mortage a large amount of c?al estate in thi* city, an well u a *?J

paroeU on th? hot of th? road, not imluded in the h.W mortgage; tlia brauch road to Port Morris, on tM BaiH Riier with whirl and ground Moo^lii thereto, and ail tt? rollin,- flock and luri.tturr ot the road. The bond* are issued with interest ooupoas utaobed, pay able on the tret days ol f ebruary and August in each yeat and the principal reimbursable on the #rst day of August lbt?4 Tht, luortxage is made to the Farmer*' Loan and Trnst Company. of thin city, a* trustee for the bondholders, aad reccrded In all the coouttM through wluoh the road parses Thie Irene, added to ttrtlrst. will make the mortgage In ?umbrauce upon tie road 'our mil b?w dollar*? leae than aft] Cr cent upon it* eo t up to this time The proceed* of th? nd* tow offered will be used ? flrat to extinguish tht floating debt ot the Ctirpany; ami, eecond, to oomplete the double track to Whito Plains, and eroot eoine few station houaea required oii^ie Uue of the r?ad all of whioh, it U as peeled may be duos Ted a* to cloee " oonstrustion aa aount " at the end ?f the > par. The ?o< urity upau which then* bond* are based it believe* to be in ill respects an pit, quite as reliabU a> that o< thf firat mortgage. The eanunaa ?f the road are constantly In creaaiug, and iia businus*. present and prospective, as*er f satisftctory ae now. ProtwsaU for all or are er tte?e bonds may be address*.' to tViiliainR. Draper Treaeorer, llarlem Kailroad Oo,? Sir), New York. endorsed " Proposals for id aortraat onds." niitil tle flHeenth day of May next, whee ibec wlV bt opened, and should stato whether the offer be made ir cash on receiving ihe bond*, orln in stalment* oftweot/-BT? per oent, payable respectively on too l.'ith of Kay, 15th o June, l.'ith of July, and l.Mu of Aa*u*t. The right of re jeoting all or any part of th* bids la reserved, if dn?tnad foi the interval of the Company eo to do By order o. th? Board of Directors NICHOLAS I'KAn, President Wis. B Dkap>m, Treasurer Notk? This road terminal.-* in the centre of the ei .y e New York, is one hundred and thirty iuilia long, oon ncctlng the city with Albnuv, and all the trade of the grea. We>t, together w ith a rnrtion of that of the North Tht annual gross earnings of the road now exoeod one million a dollars New York. April 3d. 1H88 W'AA fUM -MONEY TO LOW f N DIAMONDS ?Ul/ U.U\7V/??fctche?, Jewelry, segars, pianoforte', mar cnanoise, and personal proptrty generally, or bon*ht for cat>h Business confidential, aud executed prsmptly at 78 Nassau street, tint Ueor, back office FLORENCE A CO., Broken. qW'AA nnn TO LOAN. IN ANY AMOUNT, ON ?PUUU,UUU diamonds watches, jewelry, dry goods, aegsra. Ac , or bought for cash; mortgage notes, oity atocks and tills ot exchange negotiated; commissions promptly and confidentially executed, bylllROi ALL A CO., real nutate, loan and cotouiifiou brokers, general auctioneers aod boun ty land agent*, 75Na?sau street, rear building, rooai No. 1, second Boor. djcen nnn ?MONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS, qitJUU.UUU . watches, Jewelry, dry goods, seiura, Ao.a or bought tor cash; city stocks, notes, mortgages and bills of rxonanse negotiated. Business confidential and prompt, bv THOMPSON A CO., brokersand oomruisaiou mernhantf 102 Nassan streot, corner of Ana. room No. 2. seoond floof n/m -CITY LOAN OFFICE i{EMO <T?D TO ,UU v/t 217 Broadway, corner of Murrix street, up stairs, room adjaccnt to No 4, w here money may be ob taincd on valuables, for short periods, in any required sums. All business transactions confidential , (ton Ann-? LOAN 0i> noND and mortgaoe, tpOUil'uU on improved real estate in thi* city, in inms of f6,U00 and upwards Wil li. BROWEk, No. 6 Jaunccy Court, 41 Wall atreet. fltCQ nnn TO LOAN at 7 CENT-ON BOND tjpUO.UUU and naactga^o, on improved or unimproved real estate, in thi* city or ttfuefclyajan'tams from fl.lKK) to $16,1*10 AUo J4H.WI to invosb lu tlte purchase of mortgages. Apply to J. Kk COOK, Jr., No & Wall street, first lloor, of flee No. U. ?f;n mm T0 loan-or bought for cash tTyu.UUU diamonds, watches. Jowolry, and evory de scription of valuable proptrty, by JOS. E. ISAAC, baso mcnt office II Chambers atreet. Tran?aotions strlotlv con hdential. Office hours from 8 A. M. till 6 P. M. N. B.? No business transactions on Saturdays. (Jton nnn 10 LOAN, ON DIAMONDS, JEWELRY, vOU.UUU watohea, and every kind of merchandise, in small amounts or otherwise. Parties called on at their own resldar ce by appoint nent. Apply at SUS Houston street, be tween Mercer and Greene streets. Hours from 9 o'clook A. M till 3 o'clock P. M. All business confidential. <?9n nnn ?MONEY TO LOAN, ON DIAMONDS, ?P^U<UUUa watches, jewelry, plate, dry goods, sagars, or merchandise of every description Business confidential. 2U Broadway, and 1S3 Fulton street, room 12, third story. STEEL A CO. ?r nnn 0,1 $s-n,)0 WANTED on BOND AND MORT )t) .UUU I age on first class improved pr >perty in this city, worth SIC, OX). Apply immediately to Rt>SWEl.L O. PIERCE, Pine street, cornor of Broadway, under the Me tropolitan Bank. (J>1 Knn WANTID-ON BOND AND MORTGAGE, ?Ti..UUU on improved unincumbered real estate in Brooklyn, worth double the amount. Address R. COOK, Herald offict. BROKEN BANK BILLS BOUGHT.? WHEAT GROW ers, 8Sc : Bridgeton, h3c.; Stark Bank, M5o ; Kent Conn ty, 70o. ; Cochituato, Sbo.; Washtenaw, 'J7o ; Railrsnd, 2.1c., State, at Monrls 10a ; Eastern W. Killiogly. inc.; Lewis County, 10c. BEN J. NAT1IAN, 140 Greenwich street. CASH ADVANCED IN ANY AMOrTNT, OR PURCHAS ed at sight, diunmnds, watchcs, rich Jewelry, merchan dise, and valnablc personal property genorally. K. W ?? * u by Fulton street, second floor, front room, from el A. M. to 6 I'. M. Railway acceptances and business paper discounted, by JuHN B. MURRAY, 41 Willi stroet ^verBsnkof North America. C%sh|loans upoii]bank and fir? nturanos stoeks, bonds and note*. Advanoes npou 8mr, grain, iron, provisions, and other merchandise, and ?n veaavls at sea and in port MONEY LIBERALLY ADVANCED- ? By PECAR.E4, BERNSTEIN A PHILLTS, actv tionecrs, 61 Liberty street, one door ftom Nassau, on stocVa veesels. real estate, furnitcre, pletuies, merchandise. A* le? t with us for sale Money to loan.? persons requiring tempo tarj advance* on real estate, diamoeds, olatr, watobes, ewelry, pianofortes, dry goods, horses carriages, aud urery ascription ot personal pr perty, promptly aceommidatod at the Empire Loan snd Agonny office. .113 Broadway, opposite the Broadway Theatre. Removed from 321. OFFICE OF NATIONAL FIRF. INSURANCE OOHPA ny, 62 Wall stieet New York, May 165. The lioard of Dirtctors have this day dt.elartd a tomi annttal dividend of tllteen per cor.t, t ayabls cn and alter Wednesday, the 9th Inst. Tba transler book will be closed until ttat date. W. C. KELLOGG, Secretary. AILWAY ACCEPTANCES AND BUSINESS PAPER R TO CAPITALISTS. -THE T Improvement Company offei meat the remaining halioi their I discounted, hv Joll.N B. MURRAY, 41 Wall street, over Bank of Nurtn America. Cash loans upon bank, rai< way, and fire insmance stocks, bonds and netaa. Advanoea u|on flour, i rain, iion, provisions, and other merchandise, and tn vessels at aea aid in port. CAPITALISTS. -THE FOX AND WISCONSIN offer to capitalists for luveet leir 8 per east bonds, (fcUtyxttJ payable February 1, 1873, interest semi-annually, at the Bank of North America, city of New York. Theae bonds are secured by a first mortgage njon lands worth, at a l*w valuation, n?re than double the amount, also upon the im Evement itself, together with its prooeeda, water power Inqnir* at the otHee of the oompany, 1* wall streev TO CRkDITOBS OF KNICKERBOCKER S A VIVOS Institution.? Notice Is herenv given by the United Ststes Trust Company of New York, Receiver of the Knick erbocker Savings institution, that a dividend ot thirty three and a third per oent 1:0 X) on the ascertslnod claims against said institution will be paid on and after the 19th instant, between the hours of 10 A. M. and 4 P. M, at No. & William straot, in the basement. JOSEPH LAWRENCE, President, John A. Stswabt. Secretary. THE TUAOGg, ftC. Bone black.- wanted, a skillful and ex patience. I man, to take charge of a bono black manu factory. Addreas boi 1,442 Post Offlee. Baker ? wanted, at a watering place, an tjp< rienci-il band. A line addreiaed to 11. 0., witU name and reference!, will bo attended to. Blacksmith wanted-a good helper, ap ply at ike I. on* Inland Intelligence office, corner Atlan , tlo and Fnrman street, So tub ferry, Brooklyn. Gardener wanted? tooo a short distance up tho North river. An indnatrioue man. oapibleof putting a plain garden in good condition, and .planting re gctahles, Ac., may call at Van Llew's land otfioj. 1,1 10 i? roadway. Notice to gas fitters. -one or two first ri te workmen can find employment by calling at Geo. H. Thomas' nai fitting establishment, U7 Franklin street. PATTERN MAKER WANTED-AT THE MALLEABLE Iron Factory Of E. HARRI SSON A CO., at Eliznbeth 1'ort, N. J. Nona bot 00 r? patent person* need apply. PAI'ER HANGERS WANTED? SEVERAL GOOD i hernia; bom nerd apply unleat they are steady men and nnderatand their butueaa. SOLOMON A HART, ZWl Broadway. SAWYER WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED MAN OF rood character, to ran a small sawmill in the country. Apply to JAB. FRENEHE, 61 I'ine ?twt. Trunk makers -wanted, several trunk hand*, on summon trunks and wood folios. None but sofer and stoady men nerd apply. Also, two boys, who hare worked at the bnaineae before, Inqtirc, between 8 and 9 A. M.,at71 lit avenue, 2d floor. WATCHMAKER WANTED. -ONE WHO IS A flRST TT rate workman, and can gl?e good reference as to cha racter aad capacity, may aptly at 11 Wall at., aeaond floor. TIT AN TED ? A CONFECTIONER, WHO CAM MAKE TT flae pan work, at 3) Clinton street, Brooklyn. TITANTID IMMEDIATELY? A FIRST CLASS CAR ?T rlage trimmer' a married man wonl.l be preferred. T? such conatant employment and nood warea will be ?iTei?. Ari'ly to U?is A4a.na' ra.;U ry, o mer of 124th at. and 3d ?*., llarlcm. WANTED-BY THE LONG ISLAND RAILROAD Company, a carpenter accnstomed to bntliling ana re pairing tatntuliles, bridina, cars, ku., and eap.ible of laying cut tbo work. Apply at the depot, South ferry. WAN TED-STY A DY EMPLOYMENT, A* PAINTER, gia?ltr and ariiiter; no objection to the conn ry. Ap ply at, or *4<iroa* Wm. uatee, 31 Jamce at , room No. 7. rvaiimiKR. A READING ROOM TAUL1, TEN FERT LONG. OF oaived oak. made t > order in the !.?st atyle, will be aold afceap. Apply at tbo reetanraat 71)1 Broadway, near Tenth afreet. 1 vESKS?DB.HES? DESKS ? DOUBLE AND SINGLE i J atanding and sitting 4eak?, from 3 to lu loot; ofBre ta bloa, stools and chairs of every description: the largest stoek In the city, at KNOX'S Desk store, SU Bookman and SO Ann streeta. ? BOJAS a CO., MANUFACTURERS O* FASHIONABLE and every kind of furniture har.n* enlarged U>oU premises, are now prvpared ta efler a largo aad ??'enst*e ar ?ortmeat at modorau p'leoe, wholesale and retail. Waro n?Ba *tn Hrnadwa* ooraar i' Broosae stroo* OMNIBUS MIR SALE.? A LIGHT TAMILY OR CHURCH omni'na bail* to order for a private ten tie man; well snltod for a hoarding school or private hotel AWo an aa sortment ?f ooaehea, rockawaya. barooebes, wagons, Ao. For tale v?ry low f< r rash MA.li-K TIIOMPIOM A CO., 77 Wr.oeter atreot. TV Ann* FOR SALE.? A LIGHT I.F.A TIIEK TOP CA TT la?h, linei. an<f in the l.e<t order. with pole and abaft*. Can aeet at Mr Miles' itaMe, in NiaMasalh itroot, Mar Sixth aTCBtt*. ma iilb. I ?t rv nilO -'OR SAI.K. HOUSE AHI) UT IW THE | ?T*J." 'UU, lltb waid ; tb? b*ii? f?ur story, and bunt ? * ? r? >1> lor a fr.i cl*s3 !?b-m bonw a?d for eljht femUUs. i 11 .* brings iu fftm to f 'OU ye*rlr rew*; it OW may re i mum ?u u.ortr?<e. Apply to C. B iiutt Ki A Co , f>4 -Nae (4U itrcct. ' <kl mm -FOR "AM FIRST CI ASS GR02Ji*V, 4 T I ?''Uu. fnni?r ?torr ub one ef rhe great ?* I iburou^h I'M; II ? *-u,rv* i* titled up in aa excellent auur, and is ?,?* tuh-t a fine, and rapidly inereaeing, koitucM. A.vp'y tt2sj i> roadway, room tso. 1<>. _____ OBOBOE W. 8IBER3. h n-rvn sale. a bakery ok one of the $t| l) best aream-a. will established; low rent, Bad n?w Joint a lii.o Bnd rupijly inrrriitDK bosin*?s, Brc some of tha dbhv limn ? matte to puiebaaer* Apply at Broateay, room 10 GKORCI W. SlUErtS. Afifi FAKES AKI) COUNTRY SEATS FOR SALE " V/Vf to ibe Hudson, la-l Karitan and Paneaio H i . >?!-*. AIM on I i?Bg Island huuBd, cur tmlroad depot* and landings; 10 to iOO miles trie New york. I'rlcei t*H to $90,000 It yon want u farm, country i^it or buuM nud lot, call tn A. SEBUEA.NT, IS '? all street. ?FOR SALE, THR LEASE AM) FIXTURES ?)UU, of ihe bakery, H'J Bliiab th street. Ta In iu Las live > ears t? i un 1 bo place ia u>w d >it x a good busi 1 rH, whicl may be greatly iBcrwase by proper attention. Son/v only, -for sai.e, a meat and vkuet ?)wW able marki-t; a desirable location; low rt>at, md now doing a fine business; to any perei>n uUhini to eegar-t in thle business it is au exoellunt obance Apply ?t2dj Broadway, room No. 10 GEitRUE VV. 3IMERV Astoria property for sale much below I'ii value, to close a jia r'nership A very haadsoine, no*' and wall built bona* in Aataria. coatainlag tkc ni?4ern improvement*. II ia tail* ou tight lots, ha'ing two hundred f?i< fronton Aoadoui) street, and one iiuudre'i fast on Ja nmiea imiin, neatly enclosed The house ia built of tbe beat mate rial, and fitted ap la a vary superior manaer. with marble mantnU, kitchen ranire, purapAc., and ia in aro tj r?w|f0t a dafirabl* roai<lence fur a aoatloman doing bnaineas in tke olty. bainjr onl^y twaWe minntea walk from tba ferry. A? it muat be aold. ft li now pat down to the low price of $4,100 one ba<f lanh, and the balance on bond and mort gage. For particular! please apply to ANDREW E4DIS 117 Fnltou atrect, New York, up itaira. A COUNTRY SEAT FOB* SALE? DEMGnrFUM.Y aituated, in the town n% Bye. Wettcheater county, > Y., on the abero ot the l.nng feland Sound, a quarter ot a ivili- from a railroad atatioB. Torma made ea?y. l'rice Ii,flOO. Apply to N. W Jk K. STUYVESAMT, No. t? UTall at. A BEAUTUUI- COUNTRY HOUSE WILL BE SOLO at public Tendne, at the reaidenoe of the iiibaori>ier, ia Madiaon New Jer ey, on Wedteaday, May 9tb, at 1 o'clock P.M. Tliil country bnnsi>. aituated near tohoeli, ehorcbea and railroad depot, contalna Bine room- aad oellar, with barn, carriage Louie, rtable, ice-houae, Urge garden, fruit treea, apring wati-r, and two acrea of auperior ground. Alao, will be aold, eicbt acreii ot land, by lo'a, auitable for build ings. For further particulara apply to the aubi^ribor. on the prrmiaea. V. OE LA GItACRRIK. i /COUNTERS. SASHES AND 8HKLYINO FOR 8ALB- I \ i Now in a Drat claaa Broadway (tore; alao iroa stair I ways and railing Apply to A li TOWMSKND, depot ' building, corner of Elm and Franklin itreeti, before It A.M. | COTTAGE AND GROUNDS FOR SALE OR TO RENT, 1 at Fort Biohmond, State* Islands? The bouse ia | building, will be finished first ot June, la thirty six teot | front, two atrries, baaement and attie, with wing sixteen feet | square, wo'l aurrnunded with trees and shrubbery, and near the l'crt Richmond landing; witbia an hour of New York, acoesa five or six time* per dar. Applv to I. Y. Hangh wout, S61 Broadway, or to P. N. Uaughwout, Port Rioh mond. COUNTRY SEAT AT THROOO'S NECK FOR SALE? Aboot seven (J) aores ? The bouae U ia the Gothio atyle, containing twenty two rooma, marble inautels, fur nan*. hot and cold water throughout, water oloaeta, batba, conservatory attached; la aituated Immediately oa the water; fine tailing, bathing and tiahiog; an extended and beautifnl view ea the Bound. Tbe new steamer Olea Cove lands within 1,000 feet of tbe property twloe daily. Lodge, gardener's house, ice houae filled, fine garden; ia faot every coiivebieiice to make a resideaoe in the country agreeable. Apply to JOHN WENDELL 83 South atreet. (1LIFTON, STATEN ISLAND.? LOTS FOR SALE, ON J hi ;b gronnd, with pure water and purfeot aewerage, the most desirnhle on the inland. Apply to W. W. VAN WAG ENEN, Clifton; M. UTonnot, lti Reade atreot, or J. H. Jelgort, Vk'aAorbilt. Houae, Yanderbllt landing. Drug store for sale-well stocked, in a good looatioa, and doing a fair paying business. Alao, the m'ressary furnltute of the bouse. A one chance for a pbyiician or drogglat to irttle. Addrem Maine, Herald office. Drug stores for sale, and druggists- fur i iture, handsomely labelled show Jars enamelled inside, slaes signs, window shades, lettering ea glass. Ao , done ia tbo test style and at the Uwest prioer, by C. ALFORD, SI Nassau atreet. Elegant country residence for sale-with the furniture, carriage, Ac., and 20 acres of land, I )? miles from the New Brunswick depot,' New Jersoy, on the banks of the Raritan, and commanding a 'magnificent view. Tlic houi-e is In tn? gothio t''y!e; lately built witb the beat materials and filled in with brick. A 'photograph of tne place cau be seen at tho office of t. D'HERYILLY, 18 Ex change place. fOR SALE-AT A GREAT BARGAIN. THAT NEW four atorv brown atone front huune (>03 Eighth avenue, on the west Fide, tlree doors above Forty aecoud atreet. Apply to I'ElARES, 13LR.N8TEIN A 1'UIILII'S, 61 Liber ty street, near N assan FOR 8AI.E-A VERY HANDSOME AND STYLISH white mure, flag tail. lA>fc Lands high, li years old; can tr t in three minutes. Price $400. To be seen at the Arcade atables, Eighth street, between Fifth aaa Sixth avenues. For sale? TnE ei egant brown stone house ami furniture, 3!M llenry atreet, Brioklyn. and lot on I'reaident atreet; house and lot No. C Cottage row, Columbia stivit. near S?c-kett atreet; very little mosey required. I irat clam larra in l.aaalle county, Illinois, free of enoum brauci-, to excLange for ei<y or Brooklyn property Inquire ot 1 KANC1S P. LAW l(K> CE, or JOHN F. URAY, No. 23 tlhamhera atreet. For SALE? THIRTY FOUR MAHOGANY SASHES, | ailverplated bara, >i<e Mx'Z5 French Mate glass; alao I o. utters, shelving, uornicu, gas, and other stere fixturea, I also a six bnri<e steam engine and boiler, In compteto order, ' tor sale cheap. Apply at 2(2 Qroenwioh street. FOR KALE-BAKERY, CONFECTIONERY AND I('K 1 or?am aalooa, iu an exoelleut situation on the Klgtitn a>eane, uow doing aflrst rate business; lease three years to rna, at a very low rent. A rare chanoe for a small price. All particular* made kaowa oa tho premises, Eighth avsnne.. F'OR SALE-A HANDSOME SAILBOAT, 25 FEET LONG and vtri fast; i* newly painted and in petfeot order. So* is bow ljiBg at 0. P. Wild'* penny bridxe, Goaanui. Brooklyn, where *he may be seen aad all particular* learned, FOR SALE-COTTAGE HOUSE, STaBLB AND CAK rlage house, two lot* with good well of water; aeigh borhond (urpaased by none on the ialand. House, two story, filled In with brick, built by day* work. Prioe t3,3)J; <l.t?J0 can remain. S7U0 can be paid in good*, watche* or a pair of bor*e* and carriage. Inquire at the office of Southern DL rectory, room No. 2 Appleton'* Building, 316 Broadway. For sale-the lease, stock and fixtures of a long established jewelry and fancy store in the ?irinity of tbo Astor House Oae of the beat stand* In tbo city to make a fortune. Term* of pavment easy. Apply to B. W. RICHARD*, 307 Broad way. For sale-window shade manufactory and fixtures attending. The above bntinetn will be *old cheap. Aim, ten pair of 11 feet gold shades, all in ;;ood order. Must be sold as toon as p?*tihle. For particulars, inquire of THOMAS BARRY, 10 Centre Market place. FOIt SALE CHEAP? A LOT OF SPLENDID GAS FIX tur<-*, consisting of 2 ohandelier* of 4 burner* 2 ditto of 2 burners and 12 brackets, 12fi yardi elegant velvet tapeitry carpet, 41 jards BruM'la stair carpet, 1 rosewood centre table; all new and of tho la'est sty li and not been in nso three moti th*. W All R E.N, 3)2 Third * tract. PfR SALE AT A SACRIFICE OF $2.2M-A SPLENDID farm or conntry residence iu Westchcster county, con taining aboQt 4 6 acre* ot firit rato land, aituated within one mile of the N?w Haven railroad at Mamaroneck, and about twenty two mile* from New York. There is on the farm a mat eottigo with very superior outbuildings, plenty of grafted fruit, five acre* of woodland and a never-failing stream ot water. Said farm i* well divided la arable and meadow land, and mutt be sold thi* week to close a ptrt n?r*hip, and i* offered at the low price o! tA.yX). For particu lars please apply to ANDREW EADIE, 117 iulton itrtet, New,l ork. For sale or to let. in brooklyn-six ihreb *torj and ba**ment atone front house*, witw ? > i lar* and all modern improvement*, with two lot* to eaoh bouse, situate on Oxford street, between Fulton and Atlan tic avenue*. Alan, for *ale or to let, a number ol ir-tire houses, at rent* from $22!) to t.'iiiO eaoh. Apply to JOSEPH T BBIDGE8, oa tbe premises, Oxford street. For sale ob to let-the atlantic hotel. Sbeep'a Head Bay. For particular* inqnir" at tho Union Hotel, No. 1 Atlantic ctreet, Brooklyn, or at the pre ml*e* at tbe Bay. F|M)B SALE. CHBAr? THAT VALUABLE GOBE LrT, 1 40 feet front by 1U0 in dapth, on the wc*t side of Eighth avenue, between Forty aixth and Forty- *eveatti atreet*. with the improvementa thereon. Apply to PECARE5, BERN STEIN 4 PHILLIPS, 61 Liberty *4root. near Naasau. F30B 84 LB CBB4P ? 4 SM4LL FAST STEAMBOAT of 80 to 100 horae power, with aa excellent coadenxiM engine, aad very eeoaomioal aa rssardi coaanmptlon of 'ML Apply to J. POWERS, 432 Tenth *treet. For salb cheap-tue ray state hotel, 149 and M7 > ulton street, or apartaer will betaken with a capital of $4.Ui0; there 1* a good lea** and a great chaaee to make money. Apply oa the premises to Mr. 1 ERANCE. Fine grocery for salb.-has been esta bliabed for the last tea ya?ra, with a good rnn of IIMk clar* (ostein Will be diapo**d of with the honse and lee*e ef the let, if reaolred. For farther particular*, inquire ea the promise*, 174 Tblrd avenue, corner of Seventeenth it. Fubnished house. -for sale, a new rnolisb baaemest houae, neatly furnished at an expense of Sl.aro. la a desirable looation. Priee of houee and fural- | ir.ro under tlO.nM); no', much monav required at preieot | Oflered oa aecouat of the owner being about to eaga^ ia buMneaa ia another olty. If aot aold it will be to let aad ' pc*?eaaina given I mmodlartely. Apply to BENEDICT 4 ColT, ovtr Bank of Commonwealth. C^IOOD CHANCE TO MAKE A FORTUNE.? FOR SALE X One of the oldest and lost nodertakora' mtabliih n.ent > in thia elty. Apply at 664 Peai 1 street. Thi* i* a sura investment. House and lot. with ?toee, for sale cheap for caeb? No incumbrance; four atory fire proof houae (( rotoa water all through th* house), situated in Seventh avenue, near Twenty-fourth itrcet. Apply at 1VM Pearl ?treat, Id the stere. To let? Several houses, room*, bed rnom(. it. I FATHER FINDING AND SHOE STORE FOR 8ALB j ?For (ale. the atock and fixture* of aa old established leather finding aad ahee (tore. Apply at lti Orand itreet, PATENT MEDICINE FOR SAI.E -ONE OF THE MOST p< polar and nnirereaUy <im4 patent medioinea e*er maBn'actnrrd I* offered for ?al* on Urma of ftdTantftje to tha porot,i>f?r, tha health of tha proprietor romptlliaK him ta make thia aaciifloa. To a party with meana, Ihia Ta an op Cirttirltv eeldom mot with. Addraaa, with reference, boi 756 i oat Office. Property in new vohe to exchange for property in Nawtowa, Harlem. Barren, Went Uoboken. ? A llratelaae fooretory honae and lot to exchange for ft email farm <r ? large two atory cottage. Pnaaeaaion can ba had immediately. Apply at 47* Fourth atraet. Rare chance.? TnE stock and fixtures of ? retail rroc ry at ore fi? aala chmp for oaeh; r?nt low; an (lll|iblr altnat ion for either ft Honor and grteery, or* temperance atere Addr-aaC C.. Herald oflloa. T~o?? 801/dT aT MM. WIIOH'I m IDptOW ?treet, on# of 5in?er*i double thr?*d*d 0twiajg raachio??, for rvt ohMf. A I m, wasted, ft food cortel mtker, to wort ift tbeiboote. PMIAUL TO CLOTBIKO HOl'SKS. ? WANTED. TO SELL OW ceajailsslt u iiloik of clothing llnuMM >c<uh>r llTti, Addf?n, wffb real name, A. B. , Heraltf Kfice. TO CI.OTUOG WANTED TO SILL 0!? commission, r> ady made do thing, suitable for spring tit.) trada. fcocnrity flveii. Addre.s D. I,, Htnlj >got. TO CIVIL KNGINKKRS AN?SURVEYOYS.? A FIRST rale level, '^ujht aew six months ago, will biloUhr a out half tho?at. Inquire for SACuB LONG, 133 Futtom ?licet. TALUAULE 8EVENTU 8TRERT AND BAST N?W York ? enitt property to b? told, thin day, Thursday, at 12 o'clock, at the Merchants' Exchange, by C. K. Ill b LFK A CO., auctioneer*. WOULD EXCHANGE FOR A GOOD ITOUSK IV t hi i city of greater value. or tor a h?ni< and a few acre* of inunil in We'tchest or county, within 10 or lJmilea of New Turk Tlia above property it clear of all inoum branoe. Also, for aale or exchange lor improved property, lot d OB Si&LtJ'isthi ??<btv-sevetith and With streets. Ap ply to B. IV. HK'UAKDS, 3U7 Broadway. UUHNKH, CA1UU?UHL?, OMlm HKAUTIFUL TEAM OF CLOSELY MATCHED hit hi carriage or road horses for sale. aa the owaer na< no lurtl.er use tor them; they are naturtlly fait, and war routed found atid kind; will be sold for cash, or will be traoui for city property or liqtiori in bond Please ad iraa? 8. W. i',, care of Nash, Readleston A Co., 11# Amos street. A HOUSE FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.? A GEVTLR man owning a very handsome, dark obainutborea, po mf fctitlt, about i:> Land* hijth, sound, aad Very gentle, U desirous to suchange hlui foi a larger hsrso, standing lo tm 1' K baud* bi|ih, >tr nc and aouud an hii ova. Advsitisor'a bo<se is not what is called a trotting herse, but fast aad handsome enough for any oae to dri?e or una under tha sad dle. Tho horse has boon in the country all tha winter with his thoes ill, and la now in very good condition. Adureaa l>ox 3,150 P. O. CARRIAOE FOR BALE.? A 8UPERIOR CITY CAR riage, luada by T. K, Lawrenoa A Co., aad la gaad ar tier. is oflered tor aale. Apply at HOWAK1) A KYKRHOft'S a table corner of University place anl Thirteenth street, m 21 Nasgau street. CARRIAGES.? ONE FAMILY ROCKAWAY CAR riaga in good order: one light buggy wagon, with taw. Suite new; also, one act alngle harness, new, tor gale at mo t-rate priceg. on application at No. 17 Wogt Thirtieth gtreet, after three o'i lock, P. V. FOR AALE ? TWO FAIR VERY FINE BAY HOKABS. one pair grayi, aad one gorral mare; alao, a gplendM rockaway carriage, two sets light double harneeg, aad ?M ?ingle get. Call at 402 Atlantic street. Brooklyn. For sale-a one horse rockaway carrias*. city made, but littla ngad. Algo, a light top wyga entirely new, never u?ed, city made. Will be gold low, u Ikg owner hag no use for them. Can be seen at 3D SUth gtrcefe Ij'OR SALE? A BEAUTIFUL SADDLE PONY. EIGHT X1 yearg old, dark bay, perfectly aeund aad klad, gallofa in fine style, and in a gplendfd aniinal for ladiog uge. Alee, a light wagoa with top, together with a light harness. 'la quire of Mr. Wolcott, at the (table in Liberty street, aear Concord, Brooklyn. FOR SALE? A FINE BAY HOME, 15>? IIA.YM high, perft rtly Kound and kind, six yearg oA, will go fax single or double harness; algo a get el glngle harness, near ly new. Addregg K. M. T., Wee. Farms l'ogt Office, Weat chaeter Co., N. Y.. or box 1V6 J'ogt uiBoo. For sale? a black mare, u hands high. so re u yearg old, warranted sound aud kind in haraaM and gadule; ig of superior ityle, aid enn trot very I'aat. Any gentleman la want of a gtiperior annua', would da well to aa* her at 100 Multeiry glreet. For sale-a bay horse, uk hands higl seven yearg old, stylish traveller, and warranted mail and kind la double and aingle harnogg; alao, a light tea wagon, and silver mono ted harness, nearly new, prioe $9ML Inquire at IW Cherry street, corner of Market slip C. GAKDNER. For sale-a hotel stage coach, . nearly new made by Abbott, of Concord, N. U. Inquire aft No. 9 Boater street. I10R SALE? AT URBAN A HOWARD'S NEW LI VERT I and sale stables, oorner of Clason and Putnam avenues, oae block from Fulton avenue, East Brooklyn, several horseg, young aad gound, and carriagee. Also, constantly on hire and for ssle a choice A 1 assortment of horseg, ear ritges, sulkies, Ac. norseg taken on livery by the day or month, on reasonable terms. FOR SALE? A VALUAB1 1 BLOODED HORSE, SI JC yearg old this spring, fifteen hands three inches high, well broken to single or double Harness; lor style and actios is unsurpassed by any in tbe city. Has beea in town but a tew days, and ig to be rold for want ol use. Hlg sire waa Messenger Eclipse, hig dam by the Orphan Boy. He may 'be setni and any further information obtained, at thg pai vate stable No. 68 Joralemon street, Brooklyn. FOR SA1E-A FINE BROWN MARE, FIVE YEARS old, 1 OX hands high, parfeetly gound and kind, a prompt and spirited driver aad of great endutancs: a desira ble aiimnl. Also, six lots oa Bcrxen Hill. (Franklin plaoa) each 20x100 fett Inquire of LEWIS LANG, ?1 William si* FOR SALE? A FINE ROAD MARE. 1.1 yt HANDS HlaH^ six years old, warranted sound and kind in harness; oaa trot a mile in three minutes. Will be sold ohea?, as tb? owner has no use for him. Apply at the lumber }ard US Monroe street, corner of Montgomery. l^OR SALE.? A VERY FINE BROWN HORSE, ABOUT A* 16}* hands high, sound and kind in all harness; is veay stylish, speed about four minutes. Also, three top wagena, two of them suitable tor businsse or doctor's work, in good condition, snd are initable for lighter work. All wUl he sold low and separate. For terms, applv at CONK LiN'S Fourth avenee l.lvery stable, ctrier of Fourth ava nue and Twenty tilth street, where they may be seen. For sale-a very handsome black mars. ei^ht years old, 10 hands higb, last and gtyligh driver, perlectly kind in aingle or double hnruegg, a first rate fami ly horge or would suit a doctor; also, a family earriaro with pelt! and thefts complete, bit little used, and one gat ?( double and single harness. The property of a gentleman who has no further use for them aud will be sold low. To be geen at S MeLaughUn'a stablo, Jersey City, near tbe ferry FOR 8ALK-ONE ROCKAWAY, SIX BEATS; ONB light carriage, with top, two or four seats, for one or twt horses; would be sold low. Also, a pair of superior coao i horses, bay, six years old, without blemish. Apply at Un 5 rivate stable No 12 East Twenty-eighth street, Letweaa iith and Madison avenues. For bale-a beautiful, sorril horse, uk bands high, kind in harness, a beautiful saddle ne< for a lady or gentleman, will trot or oantar, and warrantai. sound. Apply at 127 Grand street. For sale-a handsome bat mare, < years old, 16 hand* bigb, perlectly sound and kind; a very last traveller, trained to sinxlo sad double barnesi, or tba ?addle. Apply at J. Morris' stables, Liberty atreet, Brook - ?yn For sale-a horse, light wagon and har ness, tbe property of a gentleman about leaving tha city. Horse geven years old tble spring, dark bay. about fifteen bands high, trots well to wagoa. aad canters beaati tnlly under the saddle. Tbe whole will be sold for the lair sum of &.VI. Inquire at the Empire stables, Tweatjr-eixhtla street, between Filth and Madison avenues. FOR SALE-A HANDSOME GRAY MARX; IS FAST; has hsen owned by a gentleman gone to Earope; will be sold oheap. Can be seen at 39 Great Jonns street. For sale-a beautiful white horse, witk long natural tail; is lfi>4' handg bigb. eight years old. gound and kind in all harnets, and very fine nnder tbe aad die. Possessog great style, ambition and endurance. Alao, two buggy wagons with tops, and two gets of single harness. In }ulrc at THOMPSON S Stable, 110 East Thirteenth at. For sale-a large gray horse, six years old, 17>j hands high, suitable for a truck, dray, or aay other heavy business; is kind and sound, Just from tbs country. Apply at 11 James or 'M Cherry street, from 10 to 12 o'olock, f?r two days. J10R SALE? A FINE DARK SORREL HORSE. UK hands high, six years old. He ig a good traveller; would anawcr for a carman, and warranted gound. Can be seen l*r applying at the blackKmith shop, eorncr of Divtgioa aad Kiage strtetg, or 248 Division, near Ridge. J. M. AVERELL. For sale, cheap? a full bloodkd Vermont Morgan horse, seventeen bands high, eight years ol^ witk coape aad harnest complete. The horse bas had b?( two o* ners, is perfectly sound and gentle in every respeot, very rtylish and gay. Any one desirous of purchasing m gtjud animal at a low rata, will do well to call at 7 1 Read* street, a few doors from Broadway, where ha may bo seen a* aay time. FOR BALE ( BEAP ? A PAIR OF GOOD, SERVICR ahle hot sea. To he seen at Eldrod'g livery gtablo, Noa. 4 and fiEaat Twenty eighth street, near fifth avenne. For sale, or would exchange for onb horte, a pair of beautifully matohed bay Morgan mtra^ five and six years old, w*H adapted for family use, perlectly kind and gentle in double er single haraegg, or saddle. May be aeea at the Red House, oi W. VAN COTT. Good pasture for only ts per month, for disablsd or idle horseg and cattle. Apply to, or ad dress, JOHN CARHAKT, No. 6 Sontb Second street, Brook lyn, Eastern district. SARNESS AND SULKY FOR SALE-ONE SKT light double harness, cost $30; one set of light single ?ess cost SM . and one road sulky, cost $70, aU ia rood order, and will be gold at oae half thglr east. Apply at DN DF.RHILL A FLEET'S (table, oorner Sixteenth street aad Fourth avenne. Horse for sale? a handsome black horss. If1, bands high, eight yeare old, souad and kind la every respeet; long tail. laqulre at 13J Laurens street. Also, a two seat rockawsv, In good condition. HORSE for sale-a gray mamrrino mark. about L'> hud! high, an exoollent aaddle bone, and woa auited for a lady. CublMaal MoAleer'a at ablet, Thir tieth atreet. between If adiaoa aad Fifth anaw. Horses for sale-ninr young horses. just from Canada; two larga blaok boriaa, lit f?t a doctor or family; throe ia>t trotting bona), can ba anade to go faat, Jmt Irom Vermont. Cm be aeen in tba (table la Balti* (tract, tooth Brooklyn, bataeen ^mith and liayt atreeta. HORSE?, CARRIAGES. AC.-FOR SALS, A Sl'I.EN did young thraa mionto road bone; a new light road wagon, and haxneaa; alao, a verylllne opan baroaohe, one Nt liWar monated double barneaa, ona aat alaigh robea, belle, kc. Apply at No. R Seventh avenne, livery ftabla. Thin property ia vary Una, and aold on aceount ol the owner going to Enrope. ORGAN HORSES.? TT1 REE PAIRS OF MATCHED M boya, yanng, kind and aonnd ; alao a bay colt Aye - ... - irwf n old, oan trot a mile Inatde af 3 minute. ; alaa aerer anperlor alngle road and fattily boraaa, all of tbem lately frntn Vermont, will be aald Tery low. Apply at 21 aad ? Boerum at.. Brooklyn. P OMRS? FOR SALE, SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN, to ride or drlea; one beaotifol pair, well matched, par leetly kind aad looad. Inqnira at 33 Kllaabeth atreat. ROCKAWAY CARRIAGE, HORSE AND HARNR38, for aala, price 131 i. Apply a? Bradley A Co. 'a livery ?table, corner of Fonrtb aTanoa aad Eighteenth at root. rrwo HORSES FOR SAr.E-ONE OF WHICH IS A 1 trotfr, and the other a gnat readater. The trotter earn at any time turn the track ia 2.38 in harnaaa or wagon, aad in 2.4fl at any time to roaa wagon. Ha can at any time tvoft hia quarter at the rate of 2. ?, or no aala Ha oaa alao boa* any road horee in the eity of Now Tork that tha buyer may ekooae to bring to drire acalnat him ; all thia or no aala. The road hone can go hia 40 milea in 4 houta on tha road. Alao, one light abiftinr top baggy, and alnglo harnaaa ; aM of wbleh muat be mW thia week. To be aeon at 17 Veetry a*.. near Hudson and Canal ata. Tha abova aamed trotting hnrae trota thia day, May 3, for a pur?e on tha Union Conn*, after which ha will beaold at aaotioa to tko high eat bidder. TWO CARRIAGRS FOR XALI ? ONE PERFECTLY aew ai* aeat anmmer carriage, tha othar a ait aaat brat. AW' "