Newspaper of The New York Herald, November 24, 1857, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated November 24, 1857 Page 3
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BUAfUnra AMD LOOOim 9 ROOMS TO LET? ON THIRD AYKNOTC, fi.iL."1 fw'j "ill and Forty -sixth street*. to two single or a gculleman anil wife without children. Terms nitrate. 2 SUITS OF HANDSOMELY FURNISHED HOOMM TO wt, with or without board. Alio, room* fi >r single gen - ?sasen, at very modenAe prices. Apisly at Mo. 19 Union aquare. 2 GENTLEMEN, OR A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE, ran be accommodated with furnished or unfurnished Mains, with or without board, in a private family, by apply ?* at No. 669 Houston street, about five miuutes' walk from Jjraadway. Terms moderate? from 93 8? to 94. 4?entlemen can bk accommodated with board and rooms at 21 Jay street. 5KMIVERSITY FLACK. NEARLY OPPOSITE WASH t?f Um square.? Handsomely furniihed rooms en the lirst U4 second floors- with or without nartlal board. References ? changed. The Bouse la entirely new, and elegantly fur ?BOND RTRKET, NEAR BROADWAY. -PLEASANT famished rooms to let with board. Dinner at 6 P. M. WEST TWENTY EIGHTH STREET? ONE DOOR from Broadway; furniHhed rooms with parlors to let, with board, suitable for families; also, rooms for single gen tlemen, at greatly reduced prices. i/ irom mnin avenue ? r urmsiieo or uururnished room* I parlor#, with or without board, in a first oUsa private ise newly painted, having all the modern Improvements. ;arh spoken. Isocation unsurpassed. OATH STREET, WERT, NO. IK. THIRD DOOR FROM Zll' from Ninth avenue. ? Furnished or unfurnished roouM mad pa Wue, Freael 99 UNIVERSITY PLACE? A NEATLY FURNISHED ?l suit of rooms on sccond floor, with hoard, in a small fcmllv, where there are few boarders. The house contains all the modern improvements. Please call and see. Refe vences exchanged. OR WOOSTER STREET-APARTMENTS CAN BE HAD Ot ) for a small family constating of three bedrooms and basement. Rent low until May. Oft EAST TWENTIETH STREET, A FEW DOORS OU from Broadway.? Board can be obtained, with an ex ceedingly pleasant and handsomely furnished front room. House first class, possessing all modern conveniences. Loca tion very desirable. QQ GREAT JONES RTRRET, NEAR LAFAYETTE OO place.? The entire parlor floor, a beautiful suit of rooms, newly and handsomely furnished, to let, with or wlth ??l board. Bath, gas, Ac. A A UNION SQUARE, OPPOSITE THE PARK.? OEN tTT tlemeu mid their wives desiring first class accommo 4atiena may obtain desirable suits of rooms, with board. References required. Art AMITY STREET.? FURNISHED APARTMENTS IN T" | a private family, consisting of a small parlor and aammunicating bedroom, two large parlor bedrooms, and one amtef rooms, new. all with gas, Ore grates and closets. Also, to rent, new separate bedrooms, furnished, on upper floor. The whole reserved for grown persons of respectability with references. Partial board, if desired. A ft WEST SIXTEENTH STREET, NEAR FIFTH AVE tO nue.? Apartments in nulls or single rooms, furnished ar uururnished. enn be had, with board, at economical rates. The above la a new brown stone house, containing bath, gas, register, Ac. Dinner at 6 o'clock, r 7 EAST TWENTY EIGHTH STREET -TWO FINE l) I rooms on the second floor, suitable for a gentleman and his wife, can be had, with reasonable board, in atirsi class house. The situation Is desirable, being within three doors of Feurth avenue. References exchanged. JIO RKMSKN RTRKET, BROOKLYN HEIGHTS ? HAND VZi some and spaelotui apartments, on second floor, for femihes, and rooms for single gentlemen at the above firs atsas raaidenea. Dinner at 6 o'clock. References exchanged EAST SEVENTEENTH STREET, BETWEEN UNION 67 square and Irving place. ? Spacious rooms, on second ??or, for rsmllles, snd single ones, on the fourth, for gentle Men, with or without board. House with entire new furul OO ST. MARK S PLACE, EIGHTH STREET.? A 00 French family wish to let, with board, to a gentleman nail wife or family, a handsomely furnished front parlor and bedroom on the second floor, together or separate. House fevt class. Dinner at 8 o'clock. mWAVKRLEY PLACE ?DESIRABLE ROOMS ON seoond or third floors, with hoard, can be obtained on Moderate terms by applying at the above address. Dinner at f tt'ctock. References exchanged. "IOC WEPT TWENTY FIFTH STREET -PLEASANT XZit J and well furnished looms to let, with board. Loca ttea pleasant. Cars and stages convenient. 1/11 FI0HTn STREET, OPPOSITE CLINTON HALL? ATX L *A desiaable suit of- rooms, just vacated, to let, with beard, at the above rraideuce. 1 EAST BROADWAY.? A LARfiE FRONT ROOM ON Jl ? / vj the second floor, with pantry attached, suitable for a gentleman and lady, with board, in a desirable family, may be had for the winter. Also, two single gentlemen cau be ac eoaimodated. Apply as above. mDUANE RTREET, OPPOSITE THE PARK -NEW ly furnished rooms to let, with all the modern Im i rovem. nm, to genllemeu, without board, from 91 to 93 per week, single beds. References exchanged 9QA WEST TWENTIETH STREET - A SUIT OF rooms on seeond floor, front, furnished or unfur aished, with board, on moderate terms, to a responsible and peiioauent par'y. Location desirable. References exchanged. FOURTH STREET.? A PLEASANT ROOM. ON x \'\J the second floor, with board The house has all the vi.i'ricrn Improvements. Terms moderate. References re quired. A ?J1QBROOMK KTKKKT, NEAR BROADWAY, AND #7 " I iJ I'rinue ulrect. near Broadway, wni <Mi' ? llentle n? d requiring pleasant and comfortable rnima for th? winter wiU Una "-very accununodatiou at uitber of the aSove p laces. Afil BRnnirw STREKX, OMR BLOCK WEST OF TAll Broadway.? The mml d-alrable an<l rentral location to the city, >nng id lie immediate rieinttT of all the flrsi class h?tel? Permanent and transient boarders wommudated. Dbuii r at 1 ?uJ ( o'clock. Private table If desired. Ki'.n AND W7 BKOADW AY.? Fl'RNISIIED AND UN ? Ivm/ furnished rooms to l?t, tn gentlemen and their wive* and -ingle gentlemen Terma from fl SO to $10 yer week. Ik nit. n unsurpassed. being In th? vicinity of the St. Nicholas and Metropolitan Hotels The above first Olass house h.ut ehar.ged hands, and having Kone through a thorough renova Oku, superior accommodation* are offered. CQA RROOME STREET. FIRST DOOR EAST OF S/tMJ lludatm ?tr?ct ? A lady and her two daughter* would Irt a front uarlor with hedronm. also tw > other room*, with board Saul NMH are newly furnished and contain all the ?m-dem improvements Those seek vg a pleasant home will plrsse call Immediately. 71 Q BROADWAY. CORNER OK WASIIINUTON ilO place, over Weller's saloon.? Furnished parlors aiiJ bedroom* to let. Apaki/ir and bedroom to i.kt, with board, for the wiuter, on reasonable term. Apply at 34 South Third street, Williamsburg. wlthiu three minutea walk of four farrir*. A YOUNG WOMAN. OF TfflgfKFD HABITS, WHO T9 satisfied wiih plain board, ^Wll find a quiet home for the winter, on moderate terms. wltb a young man and wife, re aiding In South Brooklyn. Address O I'., Herald ofllce. AOKNTLEMAN AND WIFE OR TWO HINOLK OKN tlemen nan obtain a larite pleasant front room and boil r*Kim adjoining, on the aeeond floor, with board, in it small fit ?illy . the house eonialna all the modern Improvements. Ap ply at 181 Ksst Twenty flrststreet. 1 * Mf ALL PRITAT* FAMILY WITHOUT CHILDREN ./Y or losrdsrs. neeupyinr a larwe bouse and having more rwra than thev require, would let one or more suit* of ele gantly furnished rooms with bath i.sd|a:: conveniences sepa rat. or together, to a family or singlegenOemen, wahor with ont paiuai board ?r private tabla. Apply at No. M Bond ireeu I WF.LL FURNISHED ATTIC ROOM. WITH FIRE u a place ami gas m n. >" le to a genie m..., wi.t. I Teas fas and tea If required. In a private family. Please call at ?14 Fsr.rih street nppoaiie the parade ground. A LADY. HAVING MORR ROOM Til VN BHK NKKDS, would atrrotninoditle a lady and grntleman wuh a Bl<-e larmabe.1 rooa, aid board for the HdT.nooitiar board. 'M tak. n App'y for three day* at S3 Seventeenth atreet, weal of lUstharfftue. A LADY. II AVISO A L \R,iK HOI SK. WI?HKS T?> take a ladjr an.) gentii'mai. and two or three alagle geu U* n,? ft to b< ard. . "nncr at ait o'clock. Apply at iltj Henry ptrect, Brooklyn, bciwcenj'tate and Allan lie AL ' DY DKSIRFS A C?)MI'ORTABLY Fl' RNWIIRD ro?iTTi wuh board an 1 rtr<v in a amall family of r??p?'ct atdii'y Preference given wkere tkarHNMOWkWlM Term'" n<it to n?ol $1; or 91 per month. R.'f-r>-nce? given rn Hired Addreaa. for ihrrc daya. Mra. H.ltacey, Mvli ?ua or I dint) aquare I'oat office. k IJDY. Wilis* RKr.IRKNCF.S ARE I'XBXCXT J\ llonat-le, Wi?l,r.? a home for I.I r*. 'f. tn a I. hly respect atalc family. wher.< li? aiienil m to th? 1o>ta.>hold, or by In ?*ru 'ting one or tw<. rhudren in the (Irat ru I n.-ntaot Kog|.?h, ker baard and a amxll ir ntiih compensation could be >b Sttne * Address Mra T II , Vuion square l' ?ai .Ace, for lkrf?' 4sy*. AFFW SELECT BO VRHKRS ' AN OBTAIN WELL Fl'R niabed room* snd ftrat rate I o.<rd ai ? m^wlera'c price, m lk,-d*-?n illy lo'iiiol lx"i?e No I; N -i i, -'r.-' 4 ?IRY I'LF.ASANT Hl'ITR OF FI'RNISHKD ROOMS te let, wnh board, if required, a'.so a < ngte r.?>m, n a ir?t elaa* breWTi alone front house, with all th" Tt ilern tm wcv^nients, convetileni to ears an s?ag^a. 71 Weal Four teenth atreet. flrst home we?t of Siith avenne. AFARTMFNTS TO LET -AN EI.KO t NT PARLOR. hsndeomely fttroiahed. alih bedrioma ?tttache-l, to let, with private table. Apply al No IS West Twenty fourth street near Fif h s\ cnur. d Mra I, LORD. Aprivatk famiiy will RFNT A PARI.0R and . bedroom, with prtvnte table. fc? two latllos or a gen'leman and his wife A pply at M Twenty flrat atreet, between Broad way and Fourth avenue. PLEASANT ROOM. WITH BOARD. WITH OR ? , without a ' c || . -11 Vtji. h" I. fo- * ^'"'o fn ill .uid,'? .f.\ also one for s single gefitleman, in a beHutlful location? No 3HV Weal T wenheth It r-ei Private f tmlly. A OFNTI. F.MAN AND WIFE WISH THREE ROOMS JN J\ a houae with ni.?l< rn itnrrovementa, where few or n.? ?tlter boarders are taken. A fair price will be pabl for ipmvI accommtNlatlons. Addrt ? bm I.&8B Po?l ?IBce Ouolrefd retires FEW SF.IJCCT BOARI'EBS CAN BE ACfOMMO . dsled wlih well furni?hed apartments and ttra' claaa heard, st a mo<tcrste rale In the desirably located houae No J5B Second avenue. AFI RNIHHKI) parlor. HAVINU OAS, PROTON, use of hath, to let, wlih or wlihout board, to persons ,,n!y of high respectability. In the modern and well loeated be use 12 West Flftecnlh street, between Fifth anil Hlvth avenues. Avery desirable home vav be foind in a private family fnr a few boarders, where comfort Is studied, at reasonable terms It Is a plessini walking ills Is nee for down town gentlemen, and the neighborhood quiet. Wages snd cars run within a block References exchanged Apply s' m Fourth street, near Marrow A PRIVATE FAMILT Wofl.D LET A Sl IToF RtHlMS to a lady and gentleman, with board for I he lady only; frvalion convenient Addreaa I. M Madison square Post of ?<?. ASP I .E N D I D A sso'n TM K NT Op" F I ' X N IS H ED R? N IMS to let at 1*17 Hottsfon .tre.-t, nenr Broadway The house has gas. baih snd all the modem improvements A PRIVATE FtMll.T. ABOUT COMPI.ETIN 1 THRU* J\. arrangements for the winter, have one ? nlessnnt r* t ? ? let , wen furnished, houae e mtalns modern improve - ?tenia and everything to render \\ a social an 1 a?ree\b\? heme Full or partial board , M Amity place B>?r*er ?trctl stages within tw Joor. A MAune aud lodging. Hoard.? a urntlrman and iiih wife or two single e?u be accommodated wllh a pleasant room In a um?1?i u house, with Ik.- Improvements, located at Ht. 9 Ninth (IrMI, between Fifth ud Sixth avssuca. BOARD.-A FAMILY, OR THREE GENTLEMEN or respectability, can obtain a suite of room*, eomiortabiy furnished, with heard, In a small private family, In a pleaaant aud convenieut looanen, In the vicinity of Madison square ana Lexington avenue. Address, with real name and address, A. V. T., Metroplltau Post office, Bible House. Board -to let, wim full or partial hoard, * handaemcly furnished front room with pifntrle^at tallied. on the second Hour. Apply at 123 Waverley place, between 6<jand 8th avenues. Board.? furnished rooms, witii pantries bath and gas, can be obtained by applying at II West Twenty sixth street, near Broadway. BOARD-CLINTON PLACE.-A FAMrtir AND ONE OR two tingle gentlemen will find very desirable apart menta to let, with board, at 61 Clinton place, near Klflh ave nue. References exchanged. Board-to let, in a private family, a par lor on the first floor, with board, to a gentleman and wife or two single gentlemen; alao one young lady can bo accou modatcd, at iii Greenwich atreet, corner of Lalght. Board.-a room to met, with bedroom at tauhed, to gentlemen and wife or gentlemeu, also, one small room, suitable for a ningle person: family small and sociable. Apply at 280 West Twentieth street. Terms low. Board.-a (gentleman and wife, with no fa mily, wishes to ftnd a small furnished house or apart ment)), convenient to stage or car route, in a good location, or board in a private family; must be this side of Thirtieth street. Address box S, 1M Tost office. BOARD -HANDSOMTXY furnished rooms, with board, for single gentlemen and gentlemen and their wives at No. 137 Second avenue, J?-twcen Eighth and Ninth streets. ? Board ? a oenti,eman and wife or two single gentlemen can obtain a very pleasant large front room on the second floor, in a private family, No. 69 St. Clement's place (Macdougal st.,) between Bleecker and Houston streets. References required. Board.-a suit of rooms, calculated for a genteel family or a party of gentlemen, at S2 East Sixteenth street, near Union park. References exchanged. Board.-a large room, containing gas, grate, closet, and nicely furnished, to let, with hoard, to a gentleman and wife, in a private family. Apply at 59 Fifth street Board -front and back parlor on second iloor, furnished neatly, and two other comfortable rooms, can be let cheap, with good board. Private table if preferred. Gas, bath, Ac. A single gentRman can get accommodation. Dinner at six o'clotk. Apply at 648 Broadway. Board down town.? gentlemen and their wives and a few single gentlemeu, alao two small fami lies, can be accommodated with pleasant front parlors at No. 1 Bridge street, corner of State street, Battery. Refe rence required. Board down town ?good accommodations for the winter for families or single gentlemen, either peimanent or transient, can be had at No. N Broadway, opposite the Bowling Green. Various stage routes connect here to all parts of the city and suburbs. Board, etc.-a gentleman and his wipe or two single gentlemen can be accommodated with good board, on moderate terms, by applying at No. 2S7 West Thirtieth street. Reference, required. Board in exchange for instruction.-a lady, of high professional ability as mush- and singing teacher, also of English and French, desires to find board where instruction would be received in payment thereof. City reference given. Address Professional, Union square Post office, for three days. Board in brooklyn.-desirable rooms in a Brst c lass bouse, suitable for a gentleman and wife or single gentlemen; dinner it half past six o'clock. Apply at 244 Henry street, between Congress and Amity struts. Board in brooklyn.-a front boom on third floor, suitable for a gentleman and wife or two single gentlemen: also a back parlor on first floor; terms moderate. Apply at No. 240 Henry street, between Congress and Amity streets. Board in brooklyn.-a gentleman and his sister want full board, near Wall or Fulton street fer ries. wllh a genteel, private familv, where they can be ac commodated with ajparlor, two bedrooms, coal and gas. None need apply woo have other boarders. State terms. Address T , box 1.869 Post office, N. Y. BOARD IN BROOKLYN.? A OENTLEMAN AND WIFE and one or two single gentlemen can find comfortable quarters in a small private family, having more house room than thev require for their own purposes. Terms moderate. Apply at 319 Sackett street, between Court and Smith. BOARD IN BROOKLYN ? A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE or two or three single gentlemen can find good hoard and I) MM rorms. on second floor, with home comforta, by ap plying at 61 Nassau street. Gas in boua* Board in brookt/vv.-two single gentlemen can he accommodated ? < ' h hoard and ? large front nxim. fall at 9! Clinton street itelerence required. Board in Brooklyn -pleasant rooms, fur nlshed or unfurnished, suitable for families or single gen tlenien. Those desiring a comfortable and agreeable home for the winter can be accommodated Terms from three to four dollars a week Good hoard IMnner at all o'clock. Near all the ferrtes. Apply at 72 Willoughhy atreet. Board wanted? a youbu lady ih dkbirops of procuring board in a genteel private family, where ahe may cnjoythc xoclal eomforta of a home Isolation mum bn between Fourth and Twentieth atreeu. This beat of refer ence fiveu und required. Address H E, box 4, WW Punt wrth full particular*. " Board wantkd? for a sknti.kman and wife, w ilh bedroom iiul pa i !nr alUnhed. nr one large room up low n preferred. Referent m given au>l require*!. Add r ma W . Herald uBc ?. Board wantkd in Brooklyn -a oevti.fm an and wife wUh full board in a respectable private lainily 1m v i ijk no other boarders; or would like a ault of well fur ni?hcd rooma, with iirlnlc 'able, or uee of kitchen. Addreaa, muting terma and full particular*. Maxwell, lii-raM ofllcv. BOARDIRtl? A OKXTLEMAN A WD HIS WIFR CAW be accommodated with a accond atorjr front room, alao. a few single gentlemen with good *oard Partial an<1 full board 18 to R 25 Apply at 14 Jonee atroet, between Bleeekcr and Fonrtb atrrcui. near Sixth aTennea. I Boardtho -a private family TAN AOCOXMO i date a gentleman and hia wife or two single gentlemen ' with partial boerd ami newly furnlahed rooma. with all tho i modern improvement*. a few block* weal of Broadway, oear ? Bleerkcr atreet. A4dre*? H , box 153 11>?. aid ..nice BOARDINO.-l PERSONS DKH1ROCB OF EN.IOVINU ! ib" luxury of a cr>.?u table and a clean, quiet. n Jeni bolli houae, ran be accommodated at a mi vie rata charge, by | a private f.imilv, in 'he vicinity of St. Lukc'a church. cloae in the Unc of the Bleecker atreet *tagca; situation deairablr. :ind iilen**n' Two or three peraona only can be accommodated. K<?ni lurniabed or unfurnished Addreaa H. T., Herald office. BROOKLYN -TWO OBVTI.EMKN WILUItO TO OCCV ? py one hed ran have a large room, warmed, li?hted, good l>oard and tree ferry llcketa, at >4 pei week Family private Addreaa Reglater, llerald office (lOOPKR Mum*. !?4 HROADW A Y? FPRNISHRD J rooma. by i1h> Uav or weak, for gentleman and ladies. Price per week, from n lull. Connected i> a tirst class re t'aurant. (HiTTAflF. PI.An.-TO LET. AT NO. 13 COTTAGE J place, a ne itly furnlahed front room, with bedro< in ad joinuiK If rr.|o.r?d, furol?hed wilb fire and t,-a*. anltahle for one or two aingle gentlemen. F unity private Terma, three dollara per week lor the two rooma. ___ DESIRABLE HOME FOR THR WINTER CAN RE HAD in a prtraie f milv. pleasantly located, in a bonae. with all the mndei n imp~ovt mi'nt? a few nen.lv furnlahed rooms to lei io genth m< n and their wlvea or single gentlemen. wiih or without board, lerm? reeanoahle Apply at *11 Hleeefcer mrret, between Broadway and Sixth avenue. Htaffea paaa the door, an<l car* within one block. 1RM Sl lTK -I.AR'iF. AND SHAM. PARLORS AND 'j bedroom*. f'lrniahed. it moderate reiaa. in a large tirai rla?a hnnae. "Unable for r??pcctabl>- grown peraona with ref> rem ? I'urtlal hoard It required Alao. new beJrnoma, furnlahed. T nq litre at <7 Amity atreet, near Washington aqoare and Itroodway. RNfFHED ROOMS TO I.F.T-WtTII MttAKPAKT IF JT requirt d, havluc bath. Ac . en Fin- "-nth preci, ne.?r I'n'oii aqnare i und e I third (iura ? ntlre Two or l oir gentlemen, of reepeetnble and quiet hah|t?. wt'h 'lni ' i'p M..nab; ? reference wi 1 1 (ind tbia a rare opportunity Rent of aeend flnof fill !|> rd ftnor. ?* per wee* Preference will be glvra tonartiea who dealr? peimaneat arrangenienta. Ad oreea llome, bp\ I.S49 Poet afcee fprRKtMIKD Rot ))( TO LRT? tlRTWK SKt <>Nt? FLOOR, w ihgae and (rate, tonne or two vntleno ti T ' one per. aon M 40. to two, f t per week, alto one at ft per week, at "?lhompaon it reel. fPUfMBip Rt?OMS Tt? Ul-fttn ItRttvDWAV ' n few * ' Vnlon ?oiiare. with all the modern Im pri'vetm n a in a private faMlIf, with a private lablc if ra il 'L'PkN'ISHKD RoitWS T'i I, FT? SI IT Utl.R FOR A 1,1 r d> and nciitoman uralncle m ullem u, with or without ' oai d. in a | rtvate f? n.'.y wh' rr the mm! ?,-'a of t homo can be b i ?"?fttea an'' v - In th?' rooma. at inn Fourth aireet, op poat i WavhMftttn eqit'irc, F'l KN! JFD ':t?iM* W \NTFD- WITH BOARD FOR a gi ntleman, w<te. child and aervant, tn a *oo.| neighbor hood In tbe vieintty of Ninth aireei No moving tat of ? iv Refrreneea uix iceptionalde Addreaa It J W , box Poet office IjirltJURHKD R04iMH TO t.FT -OKNTI.KMKN RFgflR r Ing pleaaant rooma In * convenient and central location, wt'l ttt'd every accommodation by applying at 419 Broome etreet, near Hroadwav. at mixlerate price. FMHRTSHFD noMF WITH Rt>ARn ? A F Otll.V. CtiV ?tating of a gentleman and lila wife only having a apa Ciena and etenanily fai nleha I dwelling, would accommodate a aeleci anJ quiet famdy ?f from iheee to an peraooa A pri vate tahle if deaired Houae pleaanntlv |iH-ate<1 between Vnlon aquare and ti amercy park Apply at room No. 5, Bible Houae. Fourth nvcim IJtRRNt'H HOARD -V t KW OF.NTT.KMKN C AN FIND I1 a amiable home |n a P.irNinn fxrtlily. where French ia apoken ant taught Addreaa IH> F.aat' Tenth atreet, near Second avenue. nOTKM.ODUINOS.-OFN TI.KMKIf ('Alt OBTAIN NtrK 1y fttrniahed ro? ina at the Globe Hotel, corner of Frank fort and Wtlltam ateeeia Price of rooma 25 centa per night; alfi. a few upper rooma for per month. tiMF, F.roNOMV, TOMFORT.-AN RNitl.TSII FAMII.T, <K-eiipying a gixal ibree atnry and basement houae. thrao mtnutea' walk fromlthe South ferry. Hrooklyn. would let the aecond floor, furnlahed having alia, large cloeet, Ac or any part thereof, wiih or wiihout hoard, to a aetall reapectahle family, or to two or three alngle gentlemen, with lirrikliiat and aupper. A aociahle party ear meei with ? comfortable h< m - on terma to aitit. A.l lre?;W W , (mix 4.H69 Poat oillce N KAT AND NFW1.T rt'RNTSIIFD ROOMS TO I.FT, AT M while atreet, near Broadway. In a qt*s, reepcctable family ; reference* required. Nil <W FAST TWFI.FT1I STRRFT? IN A PRIVATE famiH where l ird ra are taken, a nieelr fur ni*he I front room, with partial t?<ard. In a gentleman and lua wife or two aMgte gentleman Alan, a email r ami Terma mndernte. rRIVATK BOARD? A flENTI.KMAN ARD WIFR OR tw ' ?ln*le genll< men can find pleaaant rooma. with full pnr ial board, in a -Hr.rtly private family, houae haa all the mwdern improvementm location Jwi Weat Nineteenth atreel. Referencea exchanged. Terma moderate IJOOM? ,-a' I.ARUF RC iTlM. FIFoTim T FI RVI?nFD, ll and a amall one tn let, with partial board if deaired, at Nu. 146 Eighth Mrevt, oppoaUe (.'Union U*U. R MAlomjUR) MOuOra. bt)?IS TO LET ? WITH i)OAKI> OK WITHOUT, furnished or unf.rnishid, at US L 'onard street. SOUTH BROOKLYN-TO LET, TO ONE OR TWO GEN llumen, with partial board, a nice large front mum, with gas and fireplace. T.oca(loii pleasant aii I convenient U> the South i'"rry. a?id also u? ib<' cars. Family -luali ami private For particulars inquire at 16 Harrison street. TWO HANDSOMELY FURNltflED ROOMS TO LOT, ON lit hi liiMtr, with front busemeut, lu a house h itb all luod'-rn improvements. Rent$8 per week. Also, tuoAll?r rooou, At $1 to $1 50. Apply at 043 Houston street. Three rooms wanted? on the second floor of a modern house until July next, bv a family of three persons, with private uble. Address bo? 6W I'osl office. Beat reference* given and required. r LET-NEAT FURNISHED ROOMS, IN A FASHION able part of the city, with convenience* of gait and bath room, with privilege of the piano If requested. at No 62 ffut Eighteenth street, between Fifth and Sixth avenues. WANTED- A GENTLEMAN, WITH A CHILD ONE vear old, would like board, in a private family, between Bleecker and Twentieth streets, the child to he taken care of by the family and the gentleman to be provided with partial board. Terma moderate. Address S. W., Union square Post ogee. "IITANTED? A GOOD SIZED ROOM AND BEDROOM, Tv unfurnished, with board, gas and fuel, for a gentleman and wife, between Chambers and Tenth streets, west of Broadway. Terms moderate. References exchanged. Ad dress, with particulars, R. boi 3,490 Font office. WANTED? BOARD IN BROOKLYN, BY A GENTLE man and his wife; a second story room and beilroom adjoining, unfurnished; location between Court and Hicks streets, Plerpoint and Amity streets Address W. C. L., Brooklyn Post office. $800, WMWussmiF mamnm. AnnA ? aVartnkr wanted. in a SAFE AND /"? profitable cash business, where he can clear from ?90 to $26 per week, aa will be seen by an interview, and only requires snout Ave hours daily attention. Apply to TllOMAs OAFFNEY, 170 Chatham square. djfrfin ? A PARTNER WANTED, IN A WELL ESTA qPtsUv/* blished, safe and profitable business. To an active business voting man with the ready cash, this Is ail excellent opportunity to become an equal partner. Apply to B. W. RICHARDS, 307 Broadway. -A PARTNER WANTED, IN AN OLD ESTAB j llshed drinking and dining saloon on Southstreet. To an active business man this Is an excellent opportunity, or will sell out. Apply to B1UG8 A SOUTH WICK, 84 Nassau street. ?nAA ?PARTNER WANTED, IN AN EXPRESS ? Ul/U. business worth $3, 000, paying $200 a month, and nia> easily be doubled. Also, a partner with $330, In an old established manufacturing jewelry house. Call at 156 Broadway, room No. 8. HOLDKN A MANN. Monn -WANTED, CASH.? A RARE CHANCE IS .O" offered for any good business man to become partner in a manufacturing cash business, that is paying $2,500 per annum, and with toe addition of a man and money can be extruded to more than double that amount. Address Jasper, Herald office. 4?9 nnn -A man of tkk yrark' kxpirirno* ?P*j.UWl7. lu a wholesale publishers, would take au inter est in a solvent new or established book house, and would in Test an equivalent for this amouut; he can command credit with papermen and printers, is an accountant, anil well ac quainted with country dealers. Address Finance, Herald office. No agents need apply. Would have no objection to any other good paying business. Dissolution? the copartnership hereto fore existing between William and James McKinny and John Smith, under the name of THE BRIDGE STREET UNION COAL YARD, is dissolved. Hated Brooklyn, f*iv. as, 1867. WILI.IAM McKINNY, JAMES McKINNY. Hotel or hoarihno house, or an interest in any good business wanted, in exchange for unlm proved lands in Pennsylvania. Address box 140 Philadelphia Post office. PARTNER WANTED-WITH $400 TO $600 IN A MANU facturtng and wholesale business done mostly for cash; profits large; business well established. This is a rare chance. Call at 74 Hudson street, for two days. The copartnership heretofore existing under the name of Deusnap k Robertson, as plumbers, Is this day dissolved by mutual consent. The. business will hereafter be conducted by -lames Deusnap, who alone is au thorized to settle all debts and accounts due I be firm. JAMES DEUSNAP, NoTember 23, 1887- G. W. Y. ROBERTSON. T|T A NTRD.? A PERSON HAVING FROM TWO TO Tf three fhousand dollars can have a good opportunity of engaging in a profitable business by addressing C. D. L, Herald office, for three days. TUB BALL UK AMU. Mrs. luby's orand drkss ball will come off at her aaademy for danaing and calisthenics, Green wich Hall. 276 Kleecker street, ou Wednesday evening, N >v. 25. (Thanksgiving eve.) A alendid quadrille band will be sup plied by Mr. Augnsle SteinmeU. LOOT AND POC1VD. COPIED FROM THE BALTIMORE RUN? LOST, OR mmu-ni ? On the 21st of September last, we sent a letter by mail, addressed to the Waterburg Knitting Company In New York, containing our note, payable to our own order, and dated at eight months from August 1. 1H67. for seventeen hundred and sixty five dollars and twenty five cents, t$l,7n& 26,> which letter ami note have not been received The pay ment of the said note has been stopped. The finder will please return the aboTe to 'he undersigned. LEWIS, DKOST A CO., Baltimore, Md. Dropped in oettimo. into in amity street Wage, opposite the School House In Clro-nwtch tmw, a poru uintui.iir. containing a small lura oC money. A* it Ii-ntlcmiin was ?wii to p irk It up, he will please return it to ?. IS Abingdon place. Drill I.OCT.? IK THK VIOIHTY OF HOISTON AND Mercer streett, on Sunday. XM of November. a dirk King Charlea ilnt, answering 10 the MM of Beauty. Who CVIT will return hrr to S81 Broadway, shall be paid $10 for ihnr trouble. f^Ol ND? ON MONDAY. ZJDINST . A MI'M OF MONKY which the owner cau have by applying at 21 Cortland Street. 1j*Ol ND -THK UENTl.EMAN WHO OFFERED A RK ward fori liter and white pointer d<* on the 80th of Oc. takH last, ran bear of him at the houm No. 21.1 South Klghth atreet. Jersey Okj. ITisT? ON SATPRDAY. SPPPOBED IN tTTk J netghhoAood of Arnold. Constable A Co.'e ?iore. Canal atrrei. a gold eard c*?e, marked Pr lac ilia on aide cards of Mr?. ?I. hn T Martin Inside. A tollable reward will be pai l by leaving It at Naaaan Inaurance Company, U Meiotaaiits Exchange. Wall street, New York. T osT-ON Sl'NDA V~ NOVEMBER H. AT OR NEAR JJ llr Montgomery a Church, corner of Twenty eighth street and Fourth avenue, a black lace ?etl. The miner will be suitably rewarded and receive the think* of the owner by aendmu it to No. rt W . st Eighteenth atreet, near Fifth avenue. I<m-A OOM CATS, made op oray cutTii, J with a very deep Mack velvet border, loal on 8u nday eve ning. in eotag rroa* Twenty-second street, near Ftfcli aveuun, in Pax' Broadway, near Market atreet The Under will be liberally rewarded by leaving it ai the Tribune office LOHT-ON SATURDAY AFTERNOON, PKOBAHlTv" IN Broadway below wkltc atreel, a blm k leather travelling bag. wuli card addressed A. or M. W. Crittenden The limler will lie rewarib d on lea\ )ng <t nt Iflrt Water street. IOST OH STOLEN? \ HI.A?K ANH T\N I KKUI Kit J Hi ut inswer* to the nam-1 of Kate Whoever will return hrr to tHJ Broadway. corner of Howard atreel. * III receive a liberal reward. Take, notice ? two drifts for **?i Eton, dated Itutla'o, Oct. 71. 1867, at three and four month* respectively, drawn by <1. Hoy!, to<4>e order Of and endorsed b\ Hotrbkla* Broiber* upon and areep'ed by <1 P. B Hoyt, NVw York, payable at Mechanics' ami Traders' Bank. New York, having been mailed to 'he subscribe** nl Port Hover, (' W . on the ?th in?t . not having reached th 'lr dest n.uioii, all persons are forbidden to negotiate the said drafts, as the payment 'hereof haaheen stopped. lloTi IIKIS* BROS., Port Dover, C. W. HOl'SKS, HOOMfl, 4m-., WATTED. A PRIVATE FAMILY WANT TO KENT FOR THE winter a ftrat rlass bouse, completely and nicely fur niahed, situated be' ween Eights and I" w?>nty ?ee.?nd streets and Pour'h and )>u'h avenuga The advert una willing to pay a libera' rent for a hou*e * ntahle in every respect. Ad drras box 71* Post office AH OENTEKt.H?:TOP(lA8 FIXTIRFSW WTRD I'NTTl. May n?*tt Alao, parlor furniture for an Knrli?h i>a?e ment house A fair r-nt to May negt trill be given for both, or they will be purceaaed at a low price Addrcaa W II., Herald office. fMRNlSHEO HOITb'r" wTnTRdT II* BROOKLYN -THE advcrMner wi-h. ? to leaae t * a year and i halt a am ill genteel hou?e. furniahed complete, pVs?ij,t!y 1 >eat I In Brooklyn, or on on avenue conoguou" Fam"y ?m?ll an I no Children would prove a very de?lr?ble H'cn,isnt Address immediately, stating rent, location and fall p ir' uUra, 1'ar ter. Herald ofllre. HOI IK W t NTFD? TO Pl'Rt'll ASE OR To RENT, wnh privilege of bnyfng (Mml?hed or ttnfitrnlshed; must be located III 'tit- nrigh' rh iod of Murray llli;. or betw?u Mutb OI Fi urth avennes. Twenty elghih or Thirty "I -b'h streets: aiab i e m tk>' rear or adjoln ng preferred ; hous*1 full el re Plea?e grrid d- acriptbm. price and terms, to A M 1*1 ON ?1 \\ all a'le.'C IJol ai in BRooKiTr?TwT>iTii d niK ad J 1 desires to purchtKe h small ileal Ijotlae in some p| aistnt jeti-rel st i .-el in lirookl>n W ul.| prc.er a new h.iu*e Pr k e not io e*, . ed live or ait thousand dollars IVrt of 'ho nnrehnae money to rainain on m <>rigsge. Address but ,1(11.1 PoSI offlrs. PEW IN ST. UEORWF.'S I lll'Rt H W \ N T K D - l .NV J pera. n having two seals umx eupliM e ?u confer I tr 'Hi tai r on one ileairotta ot renting th" same, or be advertiser Would purch.iae a pew deslrsbiy lomMd, and suited for a ?msll family. If Immediate possession couM ^e given. Ad dress boi t.Uit Poat ofllco. slating parib-uiars and terms HMjoOMS WANTED. I N F I R N I s II E D - A P t RI OR~A|?D two bedrooms. In a genteel h "i*e, near St. John's imrk, say bstween Broome and 7'ha?n'<ers air ''a, w ??' of I'liurrh s'reet for a gentleman and two ladle*, without board. Ad dress boi I, lad Post oflire, for one ?.>ek SM MJ. llorsK WANTEf* ? FOR A N 1 1 ' E SMAI.I. PA I mtly, In the lower part of the city or In Hmoklvn, cotii e nlent to Fulton or Wall street fer'rloa. Address H. F W , Herald office, giving full particulars T~o bakerY~or "ehtate aoknts -wanted, \ bakery. In a respectable part of ihl* eiiv or Bro. .kly n, or I new premises with oven and bake ?l, .p Real ad'lreaa mily attended Address Bakery, Herald otllce. TI' ANTED-A Pt R N Is'llElT HOl'SK, OlTiTr AMINO ft all the modern Improvements, lo.'ated treat aide of the Fourth avenue The best of care will be taken, an Rnelish liMemcnt ktiuae preferred. Address B N. A , lierald office. U' kKTRli IMMEDIATE!, Y^X HOI SE FOR THK RK fY aldenee of a private family. In thlscltj, oonlalnlnii all the modern Impruvemeiits. Rem not to eecaeil StslU pnr year Artdrens II. II. W ., hot .V.W3 Post office. TIT ANTED-BY AN AMERICAN FAMII.Y, WITH f? children, rart of a modern house between Twentieth snd Thirty fourih atreets. at rale say Wi?> vearlv from I at ?f liecrmb' r t > 1*1 of May, or would rem a fumiahed houa>< ss shove, and board two adults In payment. Address, with particulars, boj l,d< Post office W~ANTKD? BY A ORITTI.BMAI*, A PCRNISRED HID room without board, in a private family; must have Ore on (tnnday; loeatlon Seventh or Tenth Warte. Address, slat Ing particulars T P . Herald <4Bce. ? IV ANTED ~TO I'l RClfASE-A tlOOD ENUINR TnD *T boiler* complete, of twenty Ave horse power, for which a fair price will be pakl Apply inwnedlately to WV BORROWS at No. ft William alreet, or addraaa bot 1WH Poat office. WANTEdTmMFDI tTEI.Y -UT A SM AI.I. AMERH'V* Ismlly, two or three furnished r ?ora* for hou*. keeping. In New Yort Brooklyn or WIIH*m?hiirg. Term* Hue be nodcrmte. ^tldrca? 8'. P R , IJcraki offie* 40 J>Ri poopb, mm, 3 neck tikh K or !hr mnnl price ef on* Read Ihi' prices, ihi a call and arc the gooda. mark and fancy Mlk lie* 2t centa. usual price 7# cen's. Black, fancy and inoire antique Of* twice arounl, (100 varieties.) at 50 cent* each, usual price $1 60 English t;ai rote tics 30 rum, usual price 75 centa. Self adjusting Mock*, 3# to 15 centacach Napoleon tU-H, 45 to 75 cent* each. Rich Hllk *carrs, 75 cents to $| 75 each. At retail, for ea?b. KMITU A HKOUWER, Importer*, No 49 Veaey street, up stair*. A A PER ?BNT BELOW CO?T. TtW Great redaction in ?bOAIIR, MAKTIl.I.AH AMD FFBS. The aubarriber m prepared to Close CHt his Fall and winter stock of fleaka, aaaniillas and fura.

At retail, TOR CASH, At M per eent be tow cost prtcee. WM. B MACKfWZIK. 10* and 3B< Carnal street. Braadreth Btoidlag. I CKNT8 ON TUB DOLLAR FROM The coat of importation, At the treat sale by assignee*. for the BENEFIT OK CRKDITOKK. COLOMBIAN MALI,, No. 2K1 Orand street. Ccnapicuoua in the mock for quality and style, la 960,000 worth ef RICH FANCY AND PLAIN SILKS, Worthy the immediate attention of purchasers. C. O. OOOK, One ef the Asatgneea. Q?*1 BROADWAY. OOl BL'LPIN'H GREAT BALE. 1,000 plash bordered ahawls, at dollar*, 6,000 rich chenille do., at 6 dollars, 600 extra auperflne do., at A dollars, Will be added to the >ukle of thie week. GEO. BULPIN, 361 Broadway. A n\ BROADWAT. Til UBfDELL, PIERfiON, LAKE * 00. Will Offer For sakb Tin* dat The balance of AH IMPORTER'S STOCK or Ricn SILKS AND SILK ROBES A QUILT, E, Manufactured eipreaaly row TUB PARI8 MAKKET, Consisting of 400 rich silk rebes k volante, from $12 to 930. 200 do. do. aquille, at $30. 160 do. do. do. at $25. 100 piccea all boiled plain poul de sole, enly 7a. per yard. 75 pieces rich Pompadour figured silks, nt 9s. per yard. AUK), 109 piece* high hiatre black groa de Rhine, at C*. fid. per yd. N. B.? The above goods were manufactured eipreaaly for the Pari* retail trade, and are guaranteed fifty per cent less than the coat of importation. BROADWAT. 1,600 French cambric and Swiss collar* at 25 cents. GENIN'8 bazaar. St. Nicholas Hotel. C1Q BROADWAY. t)lu MX) French embroidered *et* (flowing sleeves) trimmed Valenciennes lace at $6, worth $12. GKNIN'S BAZAAR, St. Nicholas Hotel. BROADWAY. 1,000 fine embroidered collars at 50 cents. GENIN'H BAZAAR, St. Nicholas Hotel. BROADWAY. 5,iK*) Fine embroidered handkerchief*, at $2. (tENIN'S KAZAAR. St. Nicholas Hotel. BROADWAY. 2,000 Breakfast seta, the very finest quality, at $2 80. UENIN'K it A Z A A ft. St. Nicholas Hotel. 513 513 513 513 513 BROADWAY. 600 Misaea embroidered acta, at $1. GENINR HAJ5A AR, St. Nitbolia Hotel. 513 BROADWAY. 1,000 Embroidered bands, at SSc . 79c. and $1. UENIN'S BAZAAR, St. Nicholas Hotel. /TQ7 BROADWAY, clO I Opposite Metropolitan Hotel. RICHMOND Will offer on Monday. 23d, several lots of CHOK E EMBROIDERIES AND LACE GOODS, Jtiat received, at 50 per cent less than original co*t. New *hnpeg, notold shopkeeper*. New pattern* in Ladle*' dress cap*, head dre*?e?, coitfnres, flower*, Feathers, illusion and mourning goods, In large variety. Hontum lace set*, point applique, Va lenciemiea and round points lace seta and collara, at j<u?t ONE HALT THE USI'Af. PRICE. Most of our ladles being Judge* of such roodsam invited to inapeetlon, where they can see for themselves the ereai re ductiou. RICHMOND, No. 5C7 Broadway. $10 nnn WORTH of FRKNCH EMBROIDERIES. \JU\I Collars and sleeves, t'ollars and cuff sets, purchased M "panic" prioe*, at h 1 If the original cost. Id i 1.1. hit A tlKANT, 703 Broadway. $200,000 "vSSm hom. ToW aoM Tor SOLOMON A II ART, No. 243 Broadway. IIitc determined, In mimiuniM of the present mooet ary denwgemeot, to close out the balance of ibe Stock ?t once. Curtain* of Rrooatel, Taseetry repa. Plain rene, Ratio delaines, Worsted and Ufrmnn 'iamaek*, Made and put up at prices to suit tin- time* They would especially fall attention lo their arlfM* stock of Paper hangings. Wlahing to keep their VffkMI employed During the winter, they will contract to paper and decorate Private dwellings at eoat prices. Their stock of Window shades Comprise ever; variety and style, which must be Closed out Before January I, prsvlous 10 removal to their new more, Without regard U> coat. I.ace and muslin curtain*, Cornices and flitnres. 33 per ceut leaa than the coat of im porta'. ion. C1LOAKS, CIRCULARS AND SHAWLS. J An Immense variety of new styles, Cloth, plush and velvet < loaka and circular*, Mr* 'II BELOW ISC Al. PRICES! Alan, a full aaortmeat of FASHION \ HI R WINTKR SHAWLS. Including krntkN. plushes. chenille, woollen plaid, Ac., BKM)W COST UK IMPORTATION I LORD A TAYLOR, 236, 1ST, 269 and 361 Ornrwl street, A inl 47 and ?9 '"athnrlne Street /1LOAES, CLOAKf, CLOAKS We are _ are now olterinn our e<*ir? wholesale floek ef bea ver. ? loth a ud velvet cloak* circulars, ragians, Ac , at retail, for cash, below the eoat of manufacture. A Iso, A.tMM) /arda ladlea' cloth* ami beavers, at less 'han the coat of Importation. E. H. MILLS A CO., Mt) ami 83 (lumbers street, up itairs, tlw *? *! dtx ra from Broadway. CORSETS AMD SKIRTS AT AN IMMENSE RKOUC tion. Corsets 73 cent* and 91 Wor'h II 90 and 12 At Mra. OAYNOR S. MS Midway, between Thirteenth and Fourteeuih street*. CHEAP FAMILY LINENS. Linen damasks, table clothe, aapklns, doylies, pillow caae linens. ?h"ctlnga, shirting*. Ac . A'- . *r , NEDVCRl) TO MANt'FACTl KKR8' PRICES. LORD A TAYLOR, 2M 257 2S0 and 3BI Urand street, and 47 and 4V Catharine street. CONTINUATION OF THE ORE IT SALE OF DRT UOOIM, C rider deed cf aasigt, mmt for ike beneflt of creditors, Alt' dumhian II ill, VI tlrand street. In order to close the eaublshmcnt by 'be lat of tannery nevt, we continue to offer, wi'bi"it regard vo ooet, an immense Stock of SHAWl.f", CI f{\ES, RICH S1T.EE, FBENCH merivof.s an II DELAtNK". ENOI.ISII MEEINOQI AND DELAINKS. LIN! V HOODS, KMUROIDKRIES, OI.t/VES, IIOHIFRY, Ar , Ac , The publte will And 'he above aun imiccm* nt atrctlycor reel, and not one of the prevalllnc ftctiona of ike ilay i:. tJ. IIOoE, One of the Aaetcneee. Extraordinary EAfRiFiCM of NEW SILKS. .TAMHH CRAY A "'O have jnat reoelee.!, ON roNSMNMENT, From 'b'' nannfaeturer, KIXTT FIVE TMoPS*ND DOLLAR* WORTII ' W Rh'll SILKS, . Of 'he latest Part* sty lea, V W btch mnal he eold wivHte Tiitatr nara, RK<> ARDLKSM <>F COKT. JAMES tIRAY A* <? would call the aiteuilon nf piirrfwacra to 'be aN.ve it' .?i* ia' hey ><? 'nil the I ? a ... n-o.-. t ..t ?? an l di-airalde i.v~N ' ? ' nnd In the citT. and are mtrkotkafr. I I rlcee far f>clow *? i ;et,.ffered 1 ol'R RROl'LAR STOt'K anm-aan M pcr ea?r rkiow . tar 7V Broadway, c raer of Waverley plai*. FRKNCH MKRINOS BELOW TOUT. 1,000 ptccea colored and black, of auperlor flmah, at s hiiilunos, WOKTlf $1. I.OUD A r*YI/>R, W m. vn and JHI Or.iod atreet. and 47 and 49 < fcihurtnc aireet. V ashtonabi.e paris dress silkh-full and dm aireble aeeortment RK r A I m 1 HI MX > W W II0LK8A I.E r R ICES. LORD ATA YI.OR, 2M, Ml, TMand ?1 'Iran i a'ret. And 47 and 4> Oatfcarlne a'reet. /^REAT Al'tTlON SALE ~ 1 j of furs. THE ENTIRE STOCK OF .FOB* N aENIM S FCRS, Manufacture.! etpieaaly For hia retail trade. Will be aoM at auction wlihont eeeerve. rm Monday. Tuea4ar. Friday an I Satord iy, November Ztd, 24th. JTth ami *?h. At No :iW llroadwar The aaeor-ment *<.imi'ri*ea . loake, cupea, tletorlne#, Ml FFS, CCFfs, COLLARS. SCoTM, ? errata, ?uina tsnur anaa*. Manufacture.! from < ? erv v;irtatj of fur In nee. And will b? opened for ine?eo?|oii on Monday, November IS at 10 o elix-k A. M. DVRTS A MOSS, Auetlo*? *NtS' SII AWliK ? Heiter than overemta, and one-quarter the pclee. lll?? reoglved (r ntn auctlo'i BLANKETS, large *i?e, and eery heavy for $J a p?<f . A JOBBER'S l<T( h:K OF CLOAKS. We are acMing them off eery faat, at the low prlcaa we are ?Serin* them for. _ FRENCH MKRIMOES, 3ft. M. per yard, bnpin'a ane quality fiw Arte, pee rard. A treat barg it" _ We are eelllng our entire e.iM'k off >t verjr low ptieea We would enumerate food* ami price.., hut *.h*rtt?ln* I* evpen etve, and at the kiw prices .?rc offcuBg good*. R nan Bo. he lIMttl, It will p?y yen well lo rail on na ttefoce V'""-Sa^nf. DF HFVOIHE ,* 43 Catharine street, tgwer ortiw of Madison, JAMES GRAY A CO. Will onen this day, S,flltO KMHKOIDKKKD OOLLARR. Cheaper than anything yet offered. 3,000 collar* at SO cents, worth f I SO. 7? Broadway, corner of Waverley pktoe. Laches, la m Paint laces, Point ?eis, ChanUlly laees, Black lace Tells. Yalrnetenneg lace*, Coif urea and capes. Unequalled m style, and below the European coat. MILLER * OR A NT, 7M Broadway. LA DIRS' WINTER DRESS GOODS. Valentlas, pop tin*, cashmeres, de lalnes, alpacas, do beges, paramattas, plaids, Ac. AT OREATLY REDUCED PRICRHt LORD A TAYLOR. 206, 297, 289 and 281 Urand street. And 47 and 40 Catharine street LINEN GOODS AT THR GREAT HAI.R HY ASHIGNRKH, FOR TIIK BENEFIT OK CHKlilTOHH, Comprising PURE IRISH SHIRTING LINRNH, in heavy and light makes. BARNHLEY, SCOTCH AND 1KIHH SIIKKTINO, And Pillow casings. Pure Hnen daiuaak table cloths, Napkini, doylies ?n<l towels, Damask and diaper*,) By the piece or yard Alao 26 dozen soiled Table napklna. The 'above are warranted aa represented, and comprise seme cf the best make of goods ever Imported, and will b? ?old without any regard to original coal, at Columbian Hall, 281 Urand street. C. G. IIOOK, One of the Assignees. MOURNING DRESS GOO DR. 1 case all wool black de laities. 25 and 31 eent*. ? 1 case French merinoes, 5ti and 62,' x cents. ? 4 cases l.upln's bMgshaiinca,?l9c.,7&c., Alt'. 87>?c . 94c. and 91. 2 cases Shepherd's plains, 26c , previously sold at t?2)jo. 3 cases fine English de lalnes, 12Wc N. B.-BRST FRENCH Kll) (1 LOVER, 00 cent*. Pale* from 9 A. M. to A P. M. AlW, JACKSON'S new mourning store, 661 Broadway, between Spring and Prtoeti streets. November is. Far thirty day* longer. < 'ontlnoatlon ef the great sale at ?600.000 ? ? Of Rleh and fashionable winter dress goods. At retail, at less than anctlon prices. KDWARD LAMBERT * CO. Oft* the Baianee of their Imports Uon Received per Per** and AraflS. Magniflsent velvet Bounded silk robes, Rid damiitk flounced ailk robea, Marie Mtuart silk robes a ijullle, Brocade and bayadere dress sllka, Eugenie bayadere robea, ?htck silk velvets, Moldavian plaids, Drap de (Carolina, Parts Vsienclaa, Merinoes, Bosahaxlnes, Delaines, l-adies" cloths, An All of which aflfcrd an opportunity to the ladles af New York and vicinity for the purchase of choice goods at priest whioh may not ooear again for a long time to oome. BAJVO KID ObUVBS. "* ? ? Ladles', 7So., Gentlemen's, 87Xo No solaed lots? esery pair warranted genuine. SSS Broadwa?, comer or Worth stroeC Goods at wholesale at 66 Chambers street, For eash or approved credit. At ibe lowest ruling market rates. New cloaks-new cloaks, at cost or matikiai. inn mmrricrnns. ONK THOUSAND BLACK ItEAVEK CIRCULARS Will be ready for sale this week, Al half the usual prices. an follows: ? 260 beautiful black beaver circulars at 912 260 do. superfine do. at 14 260 do. do. with sleeves, at Id 260 i itra superlative do. at ,. 18 The subscriber having a lai'K-' quantity of unmanufactured material*, and jrith a view of giving employment U> his hands, ha* detei mined ft>r the remainder of the season TO M A NUFACTURB NEW CLOAKS of the very late*t Parisian styles, and to srll thein forcawh AT ACTUAL COST OK MATERIAL AND LABOR. Such an opportunity as this has never ycl been offered. GEO. Ill' LP IV, .161 Broadway. ONE THOUSAND PULL SIZED CIRCULAR CLOAK*. At seven and a half dollars; One ibonaand do., of thick gray beaver, A t nine dollars, One thousand superfine do., at ten dollars, will be added to BDLPIN'S great (tale, during the present week, alS61 Broa>lway. R LORD * TAYI^^ 267i?W;,nfw'l^r"!.r.-ireet, SPECIAL LOT OF RICH flll.RS, J u*i received from auction. Will be sold AT 93-COST 9J T(? IMPORT. LORD A TAYLOR, 266, 257 , 269 ami J6I Urand street. V ALENTIA AND WOOL PLAIDS All choice styles, MUCH BELOW IMPORTERS' PRICKS, LORD A TAYLOR, 2&6, 267. 2AV and 2fU Grand ?lreet, And 47 and 49 Catharlue street. IK8TRUCTIOW. d;! FOR TWKl.VK WKITINO I.KSBONR, OR $10 FOR ?PI three months' Instruction In p?-nni unship ami cummer Clal arithmetic, and $10 for bookkeeping dime unlimited i, at Mr. PAINR'flacadciiAea, <1 'towery, New York, Mil Kill 'in street, Brooklyn, and 30 Moatgom*r/ street, Jersey . ily l<eseons given il.iv and evening A?? splendid penman and nk ill ul teacher Colonel falae haa no superior.? Newport Dally News J?fr -BOOKRKEPINO, WRIYINO OB ARITHMETIC.? 'Ft), Mr DOLBKAR, 90$ Broadway, *l"'? u special double etilry course Ui prepare K*nil?ni?n for practical bookkeeping by. fin I fttipfciita for thia course should secure scais in mediately. N B.? On* sent vacant In lhe$3 class. NKW PrPILH. OLD AND YOURO, Wil.l, BE .Wl/tr registered this day ?nd to m arrow, ai $1 for ten writing lessons of MM hour each? regular charge $10 The Mtnrm J baa (lM pleasure to annouiu <? to :be up to* u real dents of NfW York, that he has leased the new and elegant five story building No, Duo Broadway, corner of Twenilc'h street. This spacious building contain* four tinely tlniabed hull* one hundred feel in length, whuh he will open 'he first week in December for Instruction In the art of penmanship Tkfl books Will be opened Ibis day al 36J llruadwav, and l?i morrow at lb-- N <M> Mr >ad?ay, entran ??? in Twni tieib street- Pupils will have the privilege of subscribing for twenty or thirty lessons, and may have uatil ibe Ur?t of May to receive the Instruction, tfuch *n opportunity has never been presented to the cltwetis of New \ork to acquire the subscriber's system of penmanship. Afier the opening of i he new academy no new pupils will h" received for less than $1 M for th? coins.' Apply this day al WJ Dr<iolwiiy,?r to morrow at Ihn new hall, No 0?i llroadw ty entrance In Twentieth street, OMV'KU II. UOI.DHM I Til. A YOU NO PR< ITKHT A NT OKKMAN LADY, 1. \TRI.Y J\ arrived from Rtirope, wishes an engagement as gover lew for sinull 'hlldreu. -be nan teach vrid speak I lermiri B French and Kngllsb, and Instruct <"i tb" rlano, understands every kind of line needlewoi k. with which ?h- would llll up her time l ares more for a goo.j uomc ihan a bigh salary. Resilience, 22 First si. OOKKKRPINO AND RRIT1NO ARRTAfOHY BY _ Mr FoNTF.R, auLhur of Donlile Kttlry Kiucidated, Ac." at MA Broadway, Appleton a Building, upon sound element* ry principles, to the entire sielwel iii ;>r 'be modern si I and ten lesson charlatanry " Open Jay and evming. Terms mo derate. YJOOK K RKPIRO, ARIYHMRTIO, AO -MR RRRVIM.R, If Ml Broadway recelvea ttndanta for tbonnigb, practical fn?'nictlnn upon lower terms tban any other i'?a, her Kach student ,s separately taught, and ru'lre sitisUc Uon is gita ranteed. Ill* rooms are oj en day and evening French i.ANorAor -profrwor d kacroix,7?? Broadway, continue* to give thorough insrotion In Ihw Frer.rh language imparling to hla pupils be abii ty to ap?nk i be language with Btiency and rorreriaeaa. Arplicaili.ua rm reived bet veen the h ,ura "f | aad S or 5 and 7 P M FtKKNi II I.ANOr AOK ? MAOAMF. B A R 1 1 ' K It It ( iV. versailnn and leeltire cla?-s ,ire open f>>r I wiles from III to 12 on Tueaitay. Thursday and Ritordsy To begi from 12 to I, private lessons 2 to 4. sn 1 1 pupils will mid V . tame Parhler a I at reel, near Broadway. W Af.rv^?, ?'?me M?, ? f,?nr? 1. 1 t. a?h w ill , " 1 brsm hes ,, rudiment, ?f FV..n/h ^te? f"n ^n? S mmvAV. 7 fH T \ VR P1AROB FOR fIT.V ???3 tin I \ >n plan s at c.wt for cash Planes and mMmu to rent al pricsa to suit the tines Jl'DSON A Mt'NfiKR, 722 Hrwlway. AflKNTI.RMAN POKHRSHINO A BD'tf. POWFRFn, tenor voice wishes a situation In a ijiiir^ette choir, either In New York or Brooklyn Rpla. >pal preferre<l For p trtieit Ian address Tell' >r, 2N) 1 bird avenue. A CARD? A I.ADY II A VINO ROOM FllR TW'MiR three more pnplla In singing, either operaile, ballad ors.?l fegglo, vihl the p.ano, oilers her services al h"r own residence or 'he scllolsr* Terms low, If early application be made Ad <1 II . I ni ui i'|u*re P.isi ilBcc IMMRNHF. HA?'RIFl'R ?AN KXfRI.I.RNT PIANO, Bl'T illlle nscd, Pctbla A Co. makera, and warranted, will, i>n a.-c. iiai ?l embarrassments, be sold at an IHMMI saertHce. Ily Mr Wel.er's kindness it may be seen al IM West Bruad way, near Canal street r?IC AY RM.P PBICR AT WATRRN-, RO. W Br<ia?wa? ? Pianos and Melolm.na at lower prres ihas ever before offered In this market Pianos snd tnelodeons U) rem, and rent allowed on purrhase For salo rm moatbly paj p?iM. MR. RRNUT KOCH, PROFRSUOR OF MCHTC, FROM BaireuMt. Havarla Is In N?w York He Is hereby re quested to call on Mr J. Bowman, No 7 llr-iadway, fourth story, respee'lng a new relative. ONR OF T1IR M?IST MAONIFfCKNT fRVRN f)CTAVK planofortM ever offered, for sale al the greatest bargain ; stiperl rosewood ease, double carved both top and bottom ele^aklly carved legs, masslre open rsrrloijs of pears, plum M on four round corners, rteh carved pedals, dolphin" on back and front, finished alike all rottkd. beautiful peirl keys richly set, and powerful rich tone. Can he full* tested ?any master of music. Bade by a premium diy maker for *1, wl'h full guarantee for iwo years Price $Mil one ol 'be greatest bargains ever offered In 'hla city. Apply at Ml iMith avenne.ncar Fortieth street, from 7 A M lot P. M., f>ir four days. N. B ? Has parking case for sb pplng PIANOR FROM THR M \RTTP ACTOR Y Op Pf.RYBt, Rrrard, Detrlr k Co., will alwaya he found for hire or fn? sale In 'he warero-itu of |, .1 DFdcOM KF.f. 7W Hr >adway All Ihoee pianos are eipreislv manufaetured for etp>?rtaU<'n and are guaranteed by Mr Deoeoaihet TO BRB0t.DAT A (IRRaT BAROAlU? A VRRY FINK t. n< r by the elder Forstcr, mted In mahogany case. In ?i rcflenl preserTailon Also, a pair of splendid large ? f don hie drums of very flne quality sad great power Tbe drum"' may *?e obtained on hire For full particular* apply al No. I Davie* place, Went Thirty llitb street. \tr ANTRD? A *MAM. MFI.ODRON, CHKtP \DDnF?< tv If. Sf , Rerild ofllce, f>r two days, st iting b >w m?ny gr""a*ts lowest price and where to be teen FALL KyHIOVH. Bl'I.PIN'S OREAT KALE OF FURS. <>?r no>i>nri) rnortAjro ooiaaM. AIJ, OF OENIJNE MATERIAL AMU MAWUFAOmilt. Beautiful sets of mink at 928 Extra do. do W Eitra large mink rupes at *J Do. of rich dark shade, at 78 A "pit nilM assortment of fur (lores. Alio, Muffs, etiffli, K*tinilets, ti|>ciet<i Ac , me. OF UENI'INK VTKXX SEASONED SKINS, AT HALT TH? USUAL T EICSS. ... ?. Ijtdlea are cautioned against purchasing seoond MUM BM# eaten goods, which are nnw being offered In different parts oC theolty, aud which are really dear at nothing. 3H1 Broadway^ BEAVER BONNETS-BLACK AND BROWN HEAVER bonnets at H each, also French felts and other bonnet# at equally low prices, ostrich and hUht bonnets selling at uuuaos II j low prices at Mrs. SELF'S, 14) Sixth avenue, ftO" Iwrrn Ninth and Tenth streets. ClOIFFURES, FEATHERS ANI) OTHER ORNAMENT \U J favorites for the cumin* b>>il<l?Mr?, all under a prom. Tba retrlhutlon in commcrcl.il circles hu* l>een terrible. . I AMI'S TCCKKlt la not Inaenatble of ita baneful effects, hut he is not ?mBH, Cash Is much needed, ?o.l every etJur'. ahall b? renewed]] to ensure sales to the advam.iK? of the i>ur<hawr. The pavilon de flora la a pertect fte.l l of (lowers, 9tl BroaA* way, between Thompson's and Taylor's saloons. FASHIONS-MO. T?K CANAL* NTRB8T,~OPFOMT? ttreens sMsst ? Mme llFMOKTSH OOODALL inforaM ber numerous friends and tho pshlle lhal her brii limit display of patterns ars now on view, and her elegant designs are pro nounred the mirror o< fashion Mme. CJ. tail* parti'' alar at tention to 1,* Palmeki bas<|ue, which can be col to 91 Ike fora only at bar establishment FURS-.TM BROADWAY AND 41 MAIDEN LANK.? WILLIAM MOSKR will offer, on Monday, Ms wbol* Htoi'k of One fui a below cost IjkIIi'S will find the lurgest and richest assortment ever olfered III New York FURS, FUR8 ? BEST M ANUFACTURED GOOBfSBLV lug oil belsw cost -A I. AS* ALL, of ItU old Oanfl a?ree% having on hand s very Imve and flive aasortmsnt nf fansy fng goods, by bia own Inspection sxpresdy for city trade, is Sej sirous to nell under cost, and offers also, at R really rsdnsea prices to purchasers, saltabls io the Uines; all goods w?t ranted. N. B.-Fura made up and alured at abort notion* A. I.AHW Al.I., fiirrior, H? old Canal street. FURS, FURS, FURS. Tufe AMERICAN AND RI'WIAN FUR ?OMPANYf W >*r,-hoirse, No. FT Maiden lane, corner of Hold xtrset 8. A O. SAMUEI.8, Offer their Immense stuck of rich manufactured billies' and children's fansy furs at a great reduction from their whole sale prices, In order to realise sash, vis. Mink marten from tin and no wards a set. Hahle " 36 * fltone marten * It) " " Mountain marten from t " " French saMe from .1 " " Russian squirrel from 6 " " Also, naplendid stock of gentlemen a fur coats, eapa, glove? and mufflers, also sleigh robes In great variety. Please remember, nf Maiden lane, the Amerlcsn and Ru4> hi. *ii Fur Company s warehouse. JriURH, FURS. FURS. 1 TtlK HUDSON BAY FUR COMPANY, 7B and 77 Malili n lane, Offer their Immense wholesale stock of over $400,1X10 worth of t ura, at retail at a ikscount of 60 per cent From wholesale priors. Tho following arc aome of the price! hi whlrh we are sellitiK, vir. ? Mink seta from tft 'W to tlflfl Sable sets from 20 00 to 2 60 Stone limrlen sets from 12 00 to 100 French sable seta from 2 00 to LI Kocky mountain marten ?etafrom 2 00 to 10 Real hllierian sniilrrel sets from 2 60 to MI French mink sets from 4 00 to 30 Also, iiapleinlld assortment of gentlemen's fur coals, capo, gloves and collar*. Si. igli robeaor every kind at lower prices than any other house in the country. These are tba only Hudxnn Hay Company warehouses ill the city, and have nu connectluu with any other house. MARK J. KIN O. Furs at alarming sacrifices! TO THE LADIES AND OKNTLKMKN Of New York And The United Stale*. Kvery article must bs disposed of He?ardless of price. A fashionable sot of furs only six dollars. Such as we have Mink vtctorlnes, only tl4 sold for 990 " % capes, only 36 38 " i iiffs, only 4 and 99 94 and " muffs, only V and III " 18 and 20 French mink >s cartes 9 and 10 " 16 and 1$ " " cuffa 4 " k and Besides atone msrten, H. B. sable, !c., Ac., At the same pro* portion. ONLY THINK, ROYA1. ERMINE ^ CAI'KM, At 910, such as sold for 926. Call and examine at WHITE A BIRD'S, No. 2fi Maiden lane. Corner of Nassau street. "L^EATJIKFS, FEATllKRP, FEATHERS. J; Real white, black snd colored Ostrich tips Are offered at prices suited U> the times, bv HOMKK A kETCHTM. No S18 Broadway, corner of Foarl stroet. (1 RK \T SALE OF FURS, AT 194 WILLIAM STREET, J ueai Frankfort, snd 244 <lrnn l 'in et, near Bowery. A AC. OHNJ5. Importers and mauufs'-'iit ers of furs of every description. Offer their rich and extensive atoek of Indies' and other fancy fur?^ lielow auction prices. Every article, warranted. IMMENSE REDUCTION is rsicss o? WINTER BONNETS at MADAMK FOUN8FORD A CO'B., 671 Hr< mdway, Uuder Lararge House. N'oticb, i.apif.s -tiik first (jhai itt ok r.intw ?nlNN1 and i iiildren'* winter hat* and bonnet*. of ever* variety, ami ibe latrm Nrw Tor* and Parl?1an atylei, beaotl ftlili trimmed and rlcffaotly flni*be I will hn *<>ld ibr c**h, b? iii Mr ihclr original ooM, at Mr*. MKI.V II. I. E S, t>> (arming Hreei, ilat. nt HUG Hroadway i fim rorKTH ORRAT FI'R S U.K OF THR SKAW>N ? Hy I K \ |S< J A W ATKINS. at their aalean~'m, No 8 ftn? *tre< t, tnkoa place no Wcducad ay, N"t 2S. at II o clock. Thia mil'- eibmee* erery dewrlptlon and variety of ladle*', ?nllnnrn'i MM children'* fnra I Ji liri pi"""* mil and 'iimiri" thin collection, which will b# open on fucrday . Beautiful i lirutm'in prcaeni* l*r the cbil. dren. IB MII.1T All*. MC. PONOIIO Ol ARH.-TIIF. MfklHRRS *NP TIIOftR . wb<> Intend k'mii* on our ibrd annual en-urauia . n Th.ink?|(ivtni{ day, *fe rcpiea-rd u> attend a meeting and drill of the . omtmuy <>o We<fne*?l*y evening at 8 ? clock, pr" ciacl), at ine iirrrnRtnn* No Piarl ilrwl Punc*>Kvl attendance la re.piea-.-4. ?? bu*lne*? of inporukix:* will b4 lal?l before l be meeting My order of I'KTKR RYAN, t'apuln. Wn. II mm m. Orderly Sergeant. HOHHK* AND CARRIAUKI Aen ?A RABOAIN? A ?. <?<?!? HTRONO ntv.it ??? )" ". hor*e wti-1 a Rood grocery wagon will h? anl.l f.ir thai allot., puce, if applied for ai once. iilao a lot of baking ut? n ?ll?, rery ilieap Apply at 7711 Oreenwteh *tre?t, corner of Hank A | COVI'K CARRIAOR. VgKV I.IUHT ANI? NKAT, wl'h pole nod ?liaf', iu perfert oi ler whl. h mil fT'JU la*l fall made l>y Hrewni.-r. New *'ork. will l.e mill for |e ? 'bin one half i'a lirat coal, baa been u?ed wi'h cure, and i* a vry neat pitttarn Price t'V ' ' Addrra* Waablngton, Herald office. AIIA^KSOMK PONY FOR SAI.K-IS M A NOW IITUIT. apleiKlid lor a lady or ft ntlemuu a ago, warr^nied Bound and kind and will pitee a mile n 1<t to * ?<. ti prie4 I lio. and very caay to a anodic Apply at ftl t herry rn*u Will lra<le for a cart boi ?e. 1/OR KAI.F- A DA1T1.R tIRAV ff<?R*K MIDIDV HltlL A* Ttjye?r?nli| a??n4 and kind, wiihmit fault; attl**h|? ftiP any kimf o| u?e. wiiihev<4il ?ery lo*. Iiii|inr? at S.jniuta* aiable, Herfen atreet, near Court, Hrook'yn |P<|R SAI.K ('UFA P? AH TIIKKWNFR IIAM NO I'SF r them, (We larffe ?.>rr( I !???'?? ?nl"*ii!e for a ' a I?k a no "he lirfle hrcian hnrae anKable for beary work Tom ?een al th>- ? *hl< ailjom'nr the Kink* t ounfy II tel. Kn nh H??ej?ib atre?l, H illiamabur* HI illKFS -W? NTFO TO PtTRfll *HF TWo HINOI.R filt I w |uir ?( lM"rc a ??"! ?... ar- frnm fmir '<> ail yeara old ??lt aprtn*. I8J% to IU hand* high x rdin ? ?(? aye color hay, brown nr cbreiml. laila a. (iare dnc|ed amt wellaetnp. not to loi"rt#r? or overreach when >rar?iln>^} km l and well broke to kartieaa a id a|t - ver aound wtth all tiie a'y.e and -peed 1 bat ran he )wd. Any peraon lu??oi??n -l? a ?ii ?le or pair m bNM to ?e!l nt a fair j.r.i ? It i?b, will pleaae apply at W I>ev atre< t eortier of URSK FOR mi.K -A STYt.mt ROW fli)R>-F ,<RV. enteen batwla hich. kind In li*rni'*K and a '""d Irirer. H (*? Id for want 'if o?e Apply to IIKVKV KM'FKli, Hi rrrf itai'lf, Him 4 tuil t K?>i t? irv r Horsfs kkpt-a fkw H'irsfs wti.t, n*TiK?;!? at low ratea, to I e kept for 'be winter hay and ?u?h|e# (I. ^aio.fac'i>rj ftferem i^ .;lrcn. \pply to J ; fii'U I. FY. Xfl Wa?hin*'en utree'. np "tatra N'RW YORK T \TTKRt>Al.f> STXfll A V K N I ?: t .R. to r nl Thirty n n'h ?'r? ''i ? Thia day d Ito cioea will he anld at a?i iki, wiiboQt reaei re fire bor*e? hree tlrhb ? (*ona. ?ei( ral m I* of ?in*lc an I do>i'i|e hirnc" ? -I" i-i j double aleigha, r? ie?, bell* . hLiBke'K Ac OFOR'IK I'rof OWNKRS t'F IHiRSFS n^lROI'H OF f',if|Hi1 I ihen> in warm at I (?mt ir'a' l* qnartera, wher- lt.j will I obtain erery rare and ^uen|R>n. are fnvi'. i to r Ul an>\ ei v wine otir atablea. obtain part(( ular* and J'id*e fi* yo trac|yc(? KF\ POI.IAH l%ft MRAOW 13 and 17 .'ay atreet. In iwecn IIii<Ihoii an 1 ttieenwItU. N. Y? RI.mfVR.fll.rTOIIR.-THR RHRMfRIRRRT O hnre . n hand, at 114 Warren atreet. a lar?e aa*>rtm > nt ? e(rha of 'heir own make. wUic.b ther olTer for aa.e at man'i* fbcturer*1 yr)w> OKPWAT A ILURR Tl' A NTKI>? A rr.ncg TWO ORAT f'ARRI AOf!; OSK f? that haa been '-'it little uaed In iuire of T Sp irlit *. rarrii(e maker, M Kliia|>eih atreet. W h7r^ ~m. 1 1 I . kZ * P* H^Am OR RAT hl?t. i *oun'1 110,1 kit,,4i no? ?"r "% r^.i, ?"d M,,"? Any party ha.. a* i Uft i^r.p*r2iia fnr ?h,rh ? ?->5 ?mw' Uermld o?oi pnrrt>a?. r hy addrMalnf H W *? ryANTRP-HORSR. HARVRst aNI? RtROTTTTR y aeated rockaway, |M etrhan*e f-r a rood I-h la rlty "f Brooklyn, *i HO Ad.! re. a A ll Herald nflre. UT ? NTRT> ? A ORNTI.FMAN WTSTTF^ TO PfRfHA?> k pair of lar?e and hand*" me coach hnraea; b#r prw> ferred. They moat be well l>rnk n and warrant*.! anund. Addreaa J. A., Herald nflc*. \Lr ANTRD Tft PURCHARB-A PtIRor WKLLVATt a. " ed c?rrla<te borrea. black or dark bar of (ood ait*. ao4 fait traveller*. Addre** F. W. M , llerald o(Bce. \lrANTRn? A IIOOP, 00RFORTAR1.R ?R?"ONr? it ano ?? family ?>iah wt'h or w I'hour barnean, belia and ro-je*, Rtafe lire price and particular! to R I . , bo* l.5Wt Poat iflre. Rew York Ur *?fTFr? 4 FIRST R \TF PARR RRtiWN lfOR>tR. lil, handa hi*h. heart hullt, aet up Uil, a food trateller. yenn*. ao'ind and kind. A* he la wan'ed for a mateb He mt*il an.w.r 'hia deerrlp'k>o Addr***, Mmln| caah prtce. 0. C . llerald amM. VA ftniTlrfc^ ITHOtimiT, 4bOa ^ n tTJRTATN ? iTRRI AI#, WtlWOW* ^de., , u>*n a r ATI. or, w jr JW and 381 Onwi ?tr?et |