Newspaper of The New York Herald, March 17, 1861, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated March 17, 1861 Page 3
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4 BAKE CH ANCE ? FOB ?*1A AT W^UAMSWroO, t*>) tbiwi-tor}i MHMll aud euboeUnr brtck Uooaea, i water, u.. Ac. ; \xt aud 1 Jt *>etb Third strseL ojJj J** minutes' ? JT?rt.m the ferries. Mee i*.UlO SOd gartlculsrs apply u? B. A. iKJBIMtlE, up the premises. Abfautifcl cocbtby seat in <557'*2 miles from New tort and ten _m?auW? f^ui" ? Mt North bhore Railroad, oomalna/orty JJJJ*' vu mgs, abundtnoe of fruits; t&3XL Olfcsr Farms *""? vu SFPn.pe.ty for sale or inyC^ ^ B^way AB1A0TIF0L RESIDENCE Jkf yi^CIC? FINE RI rrr v-w about hUt an acre ofiand, ehotoe fruits; new ? ? ? t-ru utorie* twttU e it?oni? portico in front; ft* Htm ,;^h?L w. ML MBUOKT m Broadway. ?" TO BtTT AW ELEGANT HOOBK AT LESS .tan c with bat Utile mouev down and b.lauoe pay kb.tin Tear Instalments. It U in a good neighborhood, Aniahed throughout in the beet styls, with all the modern lm nrovenien'* * large part of the parahaae mmey can remain fSSSSS, If 5KT%plV Arrow i CO., Com jnlidon MercbMU) No. 1 rme ftreet. -% COTTAGE, WITH QTARTER OP A.N Ai'RB OF A Land, at Tontenu fur sale or to let, pleasantly kiiaied, with fine tow Of tbs Hudson and village. Loonttoo healthy and lor view unsun.*se?d. Addreaa or apply to 0. C. Dt?*S U)W, at the > ramtlu Hottae, Yonkyrs. A FIRST CLASS BOFSE FOB SALE? ON JERSE1 AVE XL nue. Jereej City; a four story English basement fvMna, with cellar whole ?ize, and containing all modern lm Cvements ? gas, bath, water closet, stationary wash tuba, , only ten minutes' walk from either ferry, Long Dock, from fiot of Chambers street (after 1st of M?y next), or Jer aey City, from foot of Coitiandt street. This Is a ran chance to purcnase a handsome home in a flnst ciaaa location and neighborhood at a low price and on easy terms The Furni ture, which was new one year ago. is also for aale at a aacri Oee Address W H. D , 62 Warren street. New York A GREAT SACRIFICB.-KOR male, a three story JSl high stoop and basement briek house: has marble uian Ma, Ae.; on West Forty-sixth street. Uot UK) feet. The above most be sold; terms easy Apply to A. SERGEANT, M Wall street. A THREE 8TOKY BRICK HOUSE IN WEST NINB teenth street. In eofupiete order, all improvements, for B4,60li; $2,OUO may remain; also two double tenement Booses, paying 13 per ceDt LOCK A PITTMAN 38 Bond Street A COTTAGE HOUSE FOR SALE ?TERMS BABY A Has fax and water in, and in every way in the very beet ??pair; newly painted tnskleand outside; lottoxlM; grape vines In abundance. Can be aeen at anytime of day. J?0 Adelphi street, Brooklyn. A OREAT BARGAIN FOB DRY GOODS MEN ? A A aeautifui Home, in one of the most nourishing oiUea in the Plate, 12 acres of Laud, with good brick House and Barn; nil kinds of Kniit, in beano? condition, with $*,000 money, will be exchanged for a Stock or Dry Goods. None but principals need answer, appointing place where goods may be seen. All strictly confidential. Address for three daya J. D. 8., Herald eBice. OJBNTRY BRAT FOR BALE OB EXCHANGE? WITH M acres of excellent land, situated In Westchester county, tMr the depot, and within 2tfmlnutea' ride of Twenty-s<wtsnlh e-ree', on the New Haven Railroad. The buildings are new md modern ; hot and eold water, bath room, Ao. ; shade and ftmli trees. Will be sold low, or exchanged for a city house ar eouutry seat with less land. Inquire or GREGORY A 00. , M ft-'nd street. New York. COUNTRY PLACE FOB RALE AT BYE? WELL LOCA ted, within five minutes' walk of the depot. The House Baa seven rooms; has a stable and about an acre f ground; artce $4, tot; now occupied by Mr. Bkeldlnz. Apply to C. T. OBOMWELL. Wllitam treet. COITON MILL.? FOB SALE, TO CLOSE AN ESTATE, a first class Mill, in Connecticut, doing a good caah busi ness W'-uld be exchanged for improved Dro party in New Y..rk or Brooklyn. Address, with particulars, box 3,090 New Ink post oibce. ' , EIR BALE? THE FOUB 8TOBT BBOWN STONE Honse.No lift West Thirty-fourth street; oon tains all the inairovements; rosewood doors, walnut stairs. Ac., Ao. ?e 2bxAt) feet, lot 1S3 feet deep. For particulars Inquire tt the owner on the pre mlies. r. OK BALE? WO. U WEST THIHTY FOURTH BTREBT, the flue large House, four storiee, basement and under eeOar, with coach house In the rear; stalls for four horses. Inquire on the premists. tjlOB SALE? HOUSE AND LOT S3 WEST THIBTY-SIXTH r atreet, between Fifth and Sixth avenues, 18 .1x48, lot 99, Philadelphia brick it out, English basement, with all the Modern improvt tuenta. $6,800 of the purchase can remain Tot a number of year*, "or further particulars apply to tbe rwner, O. BUfDORFF, 10 College place. rR BALE- A FARM OF 107 ACRES, OF THE BEST quality of land (13 acre* of wood land), well watered ?Moated half a mile from Fiahklll village, with large, fine Bmm; alio a good farm house, two large barns, carriage hoove, k x : all kinds of fruit treaa. Terms to auit purchasers if purchased before May. Inquire of E L. k B. T. BURN HAM. Agent, 011 Hudson street. Hew York. rR BALK.? A NEW FIRST OLASS FOUB STORY brown stone Iront liouwe. 2Sx62 feel, built In the moat substantial manner, with high stoop; now nearly oompleted. For particulars apply on the premises. No. 8 Weat Twentieth street, near Fifth avenue. OB BALE? A FABM OF 80 AC BBS, IN MONMOrTH county, New Jersey, near Freehold, on the Freehold and Jamesburg Railroad; extensive buildings, good fruit, best of U*d and marl A. KA.rEL.fE, til John street. B* BALE ? 160 MADISON AVENUE, BETWEEN _ Thirty third and Thirty-fourth streets, a large, first slass brown stone House, 30x66, with an extension 16x20, two ? latrcases of walnut, rosewood, walnut and oak doors, aad every Improvemeat complete. Inquire on the premises. BALE? TWO THREE STORY AND BASEMENT new brick Housea, situated on Raymond street, between i and Lafayette avenues. Inquire of T. PUBDY, 186 street. EiR BALE ? THE HOUSE NO. 8 EAST ELEVENTH atreet, together with the unexpired term ol lease of the Apply Jo.THOtt. MAOFABLAN, 180 lentil street, Mar 1 avenue. ' SALE? AN ELEGANT COUNTRY SEAT OF 48 ? of LaM ~ F F?; l" acres of Land, beautifully situated nine mllea from New fork, and highly Improved. The buildings are of brick, stuooo finished. Italian Villa, wlih water throughout, and all the best Improvements; gardener's house, grapery, stables, barn, car riage house, Ac. There Is a large and chotoe variety of all the fruits of the climate, la the greatest abundanoe. The grounds are tastefully laid out and embellished with well grown ever greens and deddnoua trees, and have a water front on the river, with fine opportunities for yachting and fishing. For further particulars apply to B. O. LOCKE, X) Pine street. liHJR SALE? IN WILLI 1M8BURG, THE VERY DE p slrable two story and basement Cottage in South Eigtith ?treet; Is la a first elaai neighborhood and in good order; oon laios gas and fixture*, water all throoih, bath. Ac. Will be ?old very low If disposed of Immediately Apply to WM. MOHUAN A SON, baaement Williamsburg City Bank, oomer >f South Seventh and First streets. Call for three days. rR SALE? THE MANSION UfeTBE AMD SEVEN LOTS of Ci round, on lMth and 118th streets, betweso Seventh sod Blghth avenues, with stable, carriage hou-e. Ac., Ac. ?, Knda handsomely la^ out Will be sold low and on easy a For full particulars apply to LEHMAN k BROWN, 1,236 Broadway. rB SALE? A BEAUTIFUL, NEW FRAME COTTAGE sad two Lots, at Elisabeth, New Jersey; nine rooms, itaxza, marble mantels, sliding doors, front and rear stairs, H? good well and cistern ; a dfslrable residence for a private amily, near the depot. Terms very easy Apply at No. 281 I rand stntt. B A. SPENCER. CK>B SALE IN BBOOKLYN? IN A FIRST CLASH r neighborhood, cheap tod term? ?iy. on Marcy avenue, wo new tune three story and basement Houses, containing htrteen rooms, beaters, range, water, gas, both and all Soils? iS^ovsments. Apply at M. k BOBBINS' store, orner of Marcy and Myrtle avenues, near tbe premises, or to 1. PHILLIPS, builder, Hkillman street, east aide, tenth louae aouth of Myrtle avenue. riOB BALE CHEAP? COTTAGES ON THE NEWTOWN P Plank Road and proposed. Horse Railroad. 2k mllea from tie Williamsburg ferries. One with two Iota, ? 1,100. One Vith 10 iota, ?3,U?. One with 16 lota.lS.AUOi A. RAPELYE, 61 John i ?frnft BALf. or exc haNoe.-*torb propbRTT, pf r t ? arleeton, 8. C , on one of the best wholesale strseul, to ?3ei>d lor sale or exchange for Merchandise. Address B. W., box loW tork Post office. Bcyw BALE, OB EXCHANGE FOB GOOD MEBCHAN r dise the high st'Hip Dwelling House, 75 Hudson street, asrsev Ollv near the fevv, and In view ol the bay, c invent; snt for as?n lemao di\it>g bualagaa in the city. Inquire at 376 Washing t< a street New York. JMJK RALE OB RXOKaNGE FOB PBODUCTIVB CITY r property? 7Wrv* of first claas Land, with tbe stosk and famln\ utensils; a mil pleasure ground, graded levaL from 40 to T<i fee? wide, si -sight aides, proper turns, a beautiful drive far pleasure or ersr-lst- g borw a, situated in the town of West ri-tTi- airfield qpttpty. Connecticut Apply, between 11 and o'clock, at thCSei-natlonal Hotel, Broadway. H. WAKE MAN. rR SALE OB TO I.BT? ONB BRICK TWO story high basement House, with terrace front, situated en F.tuhty third street, between First sveaseand avenue A; Mailt located , Croton water and gas. Kor particulars e of B. B. 0kA* , 73 Worth street, up stairs. rB SALE OR TO LET? THE FIBST CLABB FOUB story dwelling House, No. 60 East Eleventh street, be tween Second and Third xvcnuea. Inquire on the premises. VOR BALE OB TO LET-* LARGE HOUSE AND OUT JP buildings, on about 6 acres of Land, with plenty Fruit, ik ailire from Fort Richmond, Staten Island. Apply to B. FwRlXB, Bxr , Port Richmond. rR SALE OB TO LET-ON OILFOBD PLACE FOB ty fifth street, between Third and Lexington avenues, rn stone front Houses, with all the modern Improve is: also a house on Fiftieth street between "eeond and d avenues. Inquire on the premises, Forty firth street isesay. K BtLE OB TO LBA4B-AN EXTENSIVE WAGON _ Faking and IILarksmithlng Business, which has been established up sards of ten years, and has a large ran of Wholesale customers, which ssn be easily extended. On tbe premises are five large workshop a>l the neneesary maoht nery and Usda, stable and plenty of yard room. Satisfactory reasons will * given for wiahlng to sell Ms ?, for sale for eae?. a ?srl.-ty of new and second hand Wagons, Carts, Ac. Applv at ? Fulton street, New lork. VOB MALE OR TO LEASE? BETWEEN FORDH4M " ami West Parma, a beauuful Villa, in perfect order, hav tng all mod* rn Improvements, with Barn and Stables and one er two acres of urnd, si.- ked with bearing fruit trees. Apply to A M CORN', 49 En hajige place. House fob bai.b at a^gseat bacrifkjb? the there story, basement and subceiUr, With high stoop and allthe mdmi Improt >m< nis. No 148 West I hlrty f venth street, hrts,?n seventh ai.d Eighth avenues; terms easy, lo cation very desirable, oall Immediately HOUSB rciR SALE in RBOORLYN? ?6 PACIFIC ?tw?; lot im by 100, houar !H> by 40, two itort**, pun nad?f cellar, PhiladAlpnla brick front, innwn tvimmlnir* and Iron i?aloony and ralllnf*; gaa und am ?nd roid watar, hath, ran^rh SS riifr* T t?ba. p rw $4,6U9, of which $2.MQ lionmonia?e n S'lKSfsH*? ?.*'?' IN WILLI AMSBURG ?A TIIKKS . ' rr' "O"' basement under cellar, ' SU?J?, marble mant.-la^ Ka. and fluures Will be sold i?HSd rtrwT l,"'aJr' ?" premises, M South ?Jtll RBAV HIIO. PROPERTY FOB F ALB THE PIltHT JyI etnas brosn Stone front Houses Noa.77a-id 79 Past lhirtv (ourtli Street <???? feet sineec, near Fourth avenue and Nos 1S7 snd I"' Lexington avenue, replete with slf the tn< stern imprevementa, built bv days' work, and la the best workmanlike manner. Terms low io suit the Umee inni. ?a ? he premise*, t r im 7 A M. to 6 P. M,, or to Mtrflll ? KNK* -II fs.i tl.irt. second street KEAL E*T*TB. WITH B?>ME CASH, WANTBD-tN exchsnge for drst class shuttle Sewing Vach'ite*, f nllv guaranteed (mm principal nUct lit this uity, .vldresa Ex change, bog V>4l fit t ogice. S,iHr2>I?'SSS!,r'CTICDT -FAB?L 0,1 ra* ?hobb, sL*E?^?w&T4p, ? ***? tToot ?? *ij good boftUntf, flihing, Ac. ; mw the VnSPiTtt2?t?i beaithy and jlmirtt; ?2 miles h"?m New r a fli'i |ii HuJ "???? BaMroad. Apply to a A. SMITH, TWP VARUS FOR RALE ? THE ESTATE OF JACOB ?> ^ dual, deceased ; situation English neighborhood, M. J. "own by N. R. Railroad; 10 minutes' walk from depot, three I miles from Wehawke u fern. Inoulre of O. EDS ALL. 148 | W mMm ton street, or of B. C. DEr oa the premises. KXCbANliE FOR FURNITURE? A WW I>E ??rtb r Lota, near the silt water: suitable for summer or E^Brmaurnt resident*-.* good bathing, fishing, boating, hum Pft, Ac. ; steamboat and railroad dally, t'era >na breaking ?P I housekeeping, or dealers in furnitum aad carpets can apply to M. BTlBDNO, MU fourth street. VMALUABLE REAL ESTATE AT A BARGAIN.? MO ? dem brown stone Dwelling 54 West Twenty eighth street, I one block from Broadway, three story and high Mtf l>ase ment, 2U fret f runt by 48 feet lot *>i ItJO feet. Two thirds of the purchase money aan remain on mortgage for Are yean. I am determined to sell it It Is as valuable as any dty pro perty, and increasing Id value. Apply to B ? a???? I WoV-U, TO William .tfeet. TTTAKTEIX-GIOKWA, SOUTHWESTERN VIRGINIA, IT or % cittern N<a-th Carolina Lands I* exchange for Ner York nr Brooklyn property. Inquire of UEORUK M. HE L Mo. 3t> William street. WANTED? SIX LOTS TOGETHER. PLOT 7MU&); through from street to street woold be ure'erved. to Eurchase or lnsse for a long term of vetrs. Address statin* -rnis, Ac , B. H. A , box J16 Post o?tfoe. WATER FRONTS ANJJ LOTS, WITH A BULKHEAD, tn lease for a number of years, rltuated foot of Bast Twenty eighth street, sultuable for lumber, eoal or other buflnee. inquire at the lime office, foot of East Twenty sixth stieet, of F. MsBLROY, Irom 10 to 12 A M WEBT FOURTEENTH STREET? THE FIRST 01 A88 four HU>ry and high basement House 218 West Four teenth street with all the modem Improvements, and In splendid order, for sale, at a gnat bargain. Houae 76x46; lot 2?xiU8 feet. Terms easy. Apply to the owner, on the pre mises. ES1CHK8TRR COUNTY T?X NOTICE.? TAXES ?OR all parts of Westchester county may be paid through my ofllee, ooruer of Orand and Elizabeth streets, en Monday and 1 uesuay, March 18 and If. JOHN B. TORRE, General Collector. <t AHA ONLT FOR tN IMPROVED ONE HUNDRED W Uv/vr aere Farm, new Cottage House, youag Fruit Or chard; northern nMauborhood Cumberland oounqr, Tennes see: near a Fost otlice, church and school; forty-five miles from a great railroad. Another Farm. near, improved, for $2.(10(1, 1.800 acres. Address Farm, boi 3,349 N. f. Post office, [ promptly. None but cash purchasers need apply. ?FOR HALE, THE THKBE STORY BROWN . stoae House and Lot 107 West Thirty-sixth Bicadwav; houae 20 by 60 feet, Including exten sion; in good order, recently painted: parlors frescoed; bath, $8,250." street, near Bit aion ; in good or _ _ 8s, Croion water. Ac. Terms of payment easy. Apply on e premises, or at 55 Liberty street. SKWPlBUCATIOSiT GEN. WASHINGTON, ON THE GOVERNMENT OF the United States and on Revolution ; price 10 cents. Hold by ROSS A TOUNEY, Nasaau street. ~ MU81CAJL. A LADY FROM EUEOPE. WHO STUDIED UNDER the best masters there, wishes to attend at the residence of one more finishing pupil on the pianoforte. The highest referenoes and tesMnonials can be given as to her ability and competency In perfecting them in teat branch of their educa tion. Terms, $6 per month. Address B. A ; Herald ollloe. A N EXPERIKNCFD ALTO SINGES IS DESIROUS OF A an engagement either In New York or Brooklyn. Rest of telcrences given. Address or call on Miss O. E. B., No. 1 Hsnson place, Brooklyn, or M John st. New Tork. A MAGNIFICENT SEVEN OCTAVE BOSBWOOD A Pianoforte for sale? Richly Barred legs and case, full iron plate, round oorners, inlaid with satin wood; overstrung baas, Inlaid with pearl and pearl keys; made to order for the present owner by dty makers; fully guaranteed for three yean: oeen in use but tve months; cost $600, will be sold for $290, including Stool and Cover. Also, elegant Drawing room trait, cost *.100, for $160. Inquire at W Weet Twenty-sixth street, near Sixth avenue. A BOUT SIX MONTHS AGO I PURCHASED A SPLEN A. did new style parlor Grand Piano, best maker, at a cost of $860 cash. Fortunes change, and the present panic forces me to sell my Piano. $276 ready money will buy It. The greatest bargain ever offered in New York. A pish customer will receive attention. Call at 08 Lexington avenue, corner of Twenty-slxth street ^JUtCKERING A SON'S GRAND SQUARE AND UPRIGHT PIANOS, MM Broadway, New Tork. Horace waters' muhic htorb, am bboadway, to be torn down? Worth street to be widened? in conse quence of which the extensive stock of Pianos, Melodeons. Alexandre Organs, and all kinds of Musioal Merchandise wnl be sold st extremely low pnoes. Six octave second hand Pianos at $<0, 6?, octave. $100; 6\ octave, $120; seven oo tave, $146; seven octave, been used but a few months, $17B; seven octave tillbert ASoll in Piano, elegantly carved, price $6(0 new, will be sold or $325; second hand Melodeons, $10 to $56 Twenty new seven octave Pianos and ten new Melo deons to rent, and rent allowed If ouichssed. Monthly pay menu reoeived for Pianos and Melodeons. AJOR ANDERSON AND HIS WIFE.? "THE LAST Farewell," a new ballad, written by R. Burns, com posed by (1. W P. Nugent ?This gem has the rare recom mendation of beautiful words ana an exquisite melody com bined, and must become popular? Eeriew. To be had of all music sellers. Also the " Dawn of Day" polka, Maiurka, dedicated by permission to Lady Palmerstoo, may be had at POD WORTH'S, No. ? Ait tor place. Otto mulleb, teacher of the piano and Hinging, 923 Broadway, corner of Twentv Drst street, snconc floor.? * articular attention given to beginners. Terms moderate I'lea^e call in the forenoon. r PIANOFORTE MANUFACTURERS, AC.-A PIANIST, a good improvieoT, thoroughly acquainted with the various styles of music, and a brilliant performer, desires to Ci a series of performs! ces to show off the capabilities of instruments; remuneration not so much an object; hele also competent to arrange music for aa orchestra, and would have no objection to act aa leader. Address, elating full par titulars, Sumpter, Herald offloe. IlWTRUCTIOll. ~ CADE ?IBS OF^EIOtAN^fll^AND BOOK REEFING, No. SB Broedway All Bookkeeping Pupil* will reselve a full course of prnmaasnlp without charge, rrivate Instruc tion gives. Call for circulars. _ w OLIVER B GOLDSMITH. A FTERNOON WRITING. $6. -MR. DOLBEAB. NO. <00 J\ Broadway, will form $5 Classes tor Bank Clerks at four o'clock P M. Suffness or trembling will be removed and an elegant, rapid, business style guaranteed. Book kepi ng. $10. A CADEMT OF WRITING, DRAWING AND BOOK A keeping, K1 Broadway, 8. H. BaBLOW, Principal. In struction day or evening. Terms reasonable. Not the largeet but the bast in the dty. A YOUNG FRENCH LADT, RESIDING WITH HBB part nts, wishes to receive lessons In the fepanis h lan guage, and as aa equivalent would give leneons In Ftench or fcngllah to the same gentleman. Address French, station D Post office. ' A LADY OF THE HIGHEST RESPECTABILITY OF fen her services aa private Instructress to ladles whose education ba* been neglected. Hhe also deslree to make an engagement with one or two families aa visiting Engllsn go vernese to (hlldrrn. Terms moderate and references unex ?v ptionahle Addreiis M. R J . Herald ofllea^ CB^UBOrE.-AN EXPERIENCED TtTTOB WILL start (D. V.) in Msy with a limited number Cor a tour igh Great Britain and Tr eland. H'V.and. telglmp, Ger many, Prussia, Austria, Italy and France; he la famloar with all tne objects of interest, and able to act aa doer ine, valet de place, and Instructor. The expense will not exceed $WM, which may be taken In circular notes, payable on the return of the party. Reference will be givon to Ute gentlemen who accompanied the advertiser last summer. Address Sigma, box 180 Herald office. M rature, may be hhd at the Polyglot t Institute, tot RroaitvAf. Call there' between 11 and 3 P. M , or at No 2 Washington place, between 6 and 7 P. M. L. PALM A PI CBfiNOLA. Ladies and gentlemen-the brookltn rkat Ing School opens on Monday. March IS. First class sr raogemenls; no charge for teaching children; largest hall In the city Improved Skates for sale. Corner of Court and ?emsen sirtft? PHONETIC KHORT3AND AND BOOKKEEPING ARE taught at O Dt WD'S Reporting Rooms. N'>. Broad way, where [arsons wishing to acquire Shorthand Writing will nave all the neceaaarr facilities for beooming verbatim reptiriers. Graham's works on Shorthand Writing for sale SPANISH AND FRENCH LANGCAOM TAUGHT IN Brooklyn. ? Private lesaons aad elassas by two natiee ?eacbsrs, professors at the best schools of the city. Boarding for two gentlemen, with facilities to practice, at the teachers' realdenoe, 7t Fulton avenue, two block* from the City HaB, Brooklyn. STAMMERING CUBED IN A FEW LESSONS ? APPLT to O. VaLE, teechcr of navigation, surveying, draught inc with perspective. Ac , also publisher of libera wnrks, as Volnev's Ruins. Voltaire's Dictionary, Paine's political and theological works, Ac. 361 I'earl street, corner of Frankfort, New >ork A. DAVfCTffO ACAPlCMlKg. DODWOKTH-8 DANCING ACADEMIES. No Broadway, New York. No. 137 Montana* etreet, Brooklyn. Wedneedav* and Ratnrday* In New York Monday* and Thursday*, Tueadayn and Friday* In Br< oklylL Circular* of term a, Ac , may be had at either Academy f 01 MAR, BALLET MAhIBB Of TUB T1IBATKB8 . Royal at Berlin anil Hanover.? Dan< ing Aoademy 2<i7 Bowerv Lemoim $1 per month, four evening*: andTu'-aday* and Kridaja $2 I'rlvalr lemon* SO oenta. Ladi?a' afternoon KAIL. HO ADR. HCDRON RIVKR" RAILROAD.-POR ALBANY AND Troy, connecting with train* North and Weal.? Train* leave : ? rno* rn***FHo KT**rr. from Tiimtr rm?r irarrr. Eipt??*. 7 and II A. M , and 7:26, il SO A. M. and.t 90, A 10 3:1? *nd? I'. M. P M. Troy ai.d Albany (with aleep- 10:1ft P. M. (Sunday* Inclu Itg .*ata?, 9.46 P M (led) PoinhkTUfl. train. t:Vi 8 A. gL, 11:30 and 4.3S P. M. m? i2 m and? r. m. Ptekaklll train, ft 30 P. *?. 6 6ft P. M. Ring hmn train, 3:36ai.d4:3t 4 and 4:46 P. M. P! M tarrylown t'gln, #:I0 P. M. 7:10 P M. A. F. HMITII, Superintend! nt. VBW YORK, 1IABLBM AND ALBANY! RAILROAD - la Tor Albany and Tro*. connecting with the few York Central Railroad for all rotnt* Went, northweat and Mouth weat. alao. with the Northern Railroad for Karatnga, Rutland, Burlington, 1'Utuburg, Rouae'a Point, Ogdenabuig and Mont real - r?o* rwgarr ?trrn sTtuter i?T?rioi? 7 20 A. M 'and 4:46 P. M. and 10:16 A. K rnO? TUTO* ROW, RtiR CTTT HALL. f Hire** tntn, 7 A. M. and 4:311 P. M. Iiprceannll train. 10 A. M T<t Willla? tirlnae, White lecal train*, are time tihle. 7 oclc-ca, A. e*pre?a train leave* Albany every Rundar morning JOHN BVkuIllLL, AMlatant Ruperlntendfnt Plain*, Crmon Bulla, and all NrOVIOl-tHII BK?K)KLYN CENTRAL AND .IA mai- a Railroad The rar* of thlx railroad are now run nlrg regularly upon Furman *tree' from the Pilltan, Wall f'rrrt and Couth ferrlea through AUantlo street to Bediord and the Ureeuwoud Cemetery. POJR Abwt?'hbr shop for balk.? apply at an Hudson ?tr?et. I A STAND FOB BALE IN WASHINGTON MAKKBT.? A Enquire of K. A. WILLBKBON, M West Washington Market. ] | Ah BO KIT ABLE, WELL ESTABLISHED. EASILY managed buaineaa in a ft rat rule locality, for sale, no reasonable terns. A ver> desirable opportuully 'or a uarty with a moderate capital For further particulars inquire at : DH Atlantic mi eel, Brooklyn. IjWl BALE ? THE PROPELLER HENRY ANDREW, I? now running on the Hudson river to Albany, 16.1 feet long, M f?*t beam, V feet bold, of light draught and very fast. Alio lewal Bargee. Apply to JO UN U. BHD FIELD k 00., 16 South a tree . 1TOR BALE? THE STOCK AND FIXTURES OF THE r , etd established grocery store 110 avenue D, corner of Eighth strict. For term* inquire en the premises. TTOR SALE? THE LEAbE (THREE YEARS), OOOD r Will and Fixture* of ike large first claaa Engliak Ale House No 166 Ppring street, BOW doing a good buaineaa Rant Bouee la perfect order. B(U0B foi idling, yropBctf* going koto buaineaa in the cvuatry. a u?OK HIS? 74 BRATDINO MACHINES, WITH 8POOL H ins and Winding Machine*. Beaches, Shu! ting, and all tie rifiEt toi? With a 'rz-fapJUT. .ff jgtogSr. FCK BALE- A V OLSSflTABLtlflEDSTRA* BONNET Bleaching and Pressing KftUblUhment, all In good order, with good paying easterners. Satisfactory reasons given for se'ling. PuertMrton given Immediately. Apply at 82.S, Bowtry to W. W SIMONS. Agent. FOR SaLB-A WHOLESALE AND RET AH* GROCERY and IJuuor Store, with a large Feed St.. re adjoining. Haa been established for the laat ton year*, and now doing the largest cash business, and is lb* bent location ill Irand street. Apply at the store, 113 Grand street, or to W. GKBKN, US Grand street Wllliamaburg. r)R 'ALE OR TRADE? 1 HE FEED STOBE AND five years' leaae, the Stick in store and Feed Wagon, at 41 1 Wqgt street, ott ering a good opportunity for embarking In i his or other mercantile buaineaa. inquire of AROHBB MaRTINB. i IhOCBRT FOR BALB.-TBE 8TO'^K. FIXTURES, AO. \T of a well stocked Brat claaa wh Resale and retail Grocery situated la a pleasant neighborhood and in one of the beat t>>orougbfarea In the city, commanding an excellent otah family trade of ab-rat $ao, two par year. VT1U be eokt on rea sonable terms. Satisfactory reference will be furnished on application to A. A 8. BaKEji, M6 Waahlngton street. Hotel and dining saloon for falb-in one of the best locations In the city ; lor g lease at low rent ; ee l together or separate. Inquire of Mr. HHKKKan. Flo rence tin tel. Broadway and Waiker street, or I MAXWELL, Eastern pearl Street House, corner of Pearl and Ferry streets. Hotel fob sale? eligibly situated fob business, within two blocks of the New York and Erie andbudaon River Railroad depots, completely and newly furnished and capable of accommodating comfortably 100 guests; will be disposed of on favorable terms to the right party, with a long and valuable it a?e, a> d poaaeas^jn guven on the 1st of april Hotel now doing a good transient and city business, inquire on tha premises, Mo. 333 Greenwich at. Lease and fixtures for sale or to let.? The Stores 15 and 17 First street, built expreaaly for the Packing business, with four amoke houses and patent Ice house attached. Inquire on the premises, or of D. A BUGG A W. A CUSHMAN. LBANB, STOCK AND FIXTURES OF A FIRST CLAB8 Confectionery and Baktry, corner of Thirty first street and Broadwa?, for sale. Prl?e $un. Apply to E. D. LAW RkNCE, 1,261 Broadway, between Thirty-first and Thirty, aeoood streets. Lbabb and furniture of house no. m west Thirty drat street, newly fitted np as a public house, for sale Applv to E. D. LAWRENCE, 1,261 Broadway, be tween Thlrty-tirst and Thirty -aeeuad streets. Lighters fob bale.? one deck lighter, of H0 tons and one open, of about 80 tons rapacity, will be aold cheap for tasb. for further Information apply to WM. H HALL, 161 Matdt n lane. MUSIC STORE FOR SALE? THE ENTIRE STOCK OF Music, (stationery and Fixtures, for $1,000 cash; Is situ ated on one of the principal thoroughfare* of Brooklyn; has been established thlrteeu years The most satUfeotory rea son* for fo iling. Address Musician, Herald ofllca, stating where an Interview may be hail Rare chance ? i have cash and real estatb, improved and unimproved, which I will exchange tor merchandise to the amount of one to one hundred ana fifty thousand dollars Those wishlrg to eloae bimineas or make exchange* can address M A, box 134 Herald office. STOCK AND FIXTURES OF DRUG STORE ? ON THE ooroer of Broadway and Thirtv second street, for sala cheap, now doing a good buaineaa. Rati factory reasons given for selling oa*. Apply to E D. LaWRENCE. 1,181 Broad way, between Thirty first and Thirty -second streets. SHOW CASE FOR S ALB.? THAT BEAUTIFUL OABB of S. Cabin's, which was used at the Clryttal Palace to exhibit his goods, Is now olfered for sale at halt' the original cost. It can be seen at CaHILL A WOOD'S Emporium, 627 Broadway. (to/in -FANCY AND STATIONERY STOBB FOB <POvU. sale, in a great thoroughfare. Will be sold at a bargain If applied for immediately. Btcck, Fixtures and Fur nlture for housekreplng Included Cheap rent. Call at HI Third avenue, near Twelfth street. New York. SPECIAL NOTICKH. ATA SPECIAL MEETING OP THE WILLIAM OAL A len Association, held at their room* on Friday evening, March 16, 1861, the following preamble and resolutions were inaMmousJv adopted:? Whereat, it haa pleased the Almighty, In HU lnacru table wisdom, to remove from among us our fellow member, George Ntorton ; therefore be it Resolvrd, That In the death of George Morton the asaocla tlon haa lout a worthy member, and hla fellow members a Hue and devoted friend. Ke?olve<l, That we tender our heartfelt sympathies to hla afll leu d f amily and relative# In thla their great bereavement. Resolved, 1 bat the members wear the usual badge of (wunliif for thirty days. Resolved. That the proceeding* of thla meeting be published In the huncsy Herald, and a copy thereof, auibentlna'ed by the President and secretary, Uanamltted to hla family. By Order, M. LANE, President. J no. H. Secretary. Agitation. agitation. agitation, rally All ye friend* of religions and personal liberty to the MA?H MEETING to be held SUNDAY, MARCH 17. IM1. At the New \ ovker Stadt theatre. No. 37 and 39 Bowery, for the purpcae to contradict by arguments the resolutions passed Sunday, the 10th Instant, In the Cooper Institute by the adversaries of religious freedom. Speafcarsprosnd con are invited. THE COMMITTES OP ARRANGEMENTS. Nmw Voan, March 16, IH61. A SPECIAL 'NOTICE.? THE BATHOLF MANOFAC A luring Company having been sold ont their Hewing Ma chines can be repaired and needles supplied at the Enrekn Hewing Machine office, 493 Broadway. Prior of Maahine 940. vtotice -all persons arm hereby cautioned Xv against trusting or bar soring any of the crew of the British ship Constitution, from IJvet pool, aa no debts of their ?cn wanting will be paid by tke oaptatn or oonstgaee. March 16. 1*61. WILLI 4.M3 A OUION. QT. PATRICK'S DAT.? THE ACTIVE AND HONORA kJ ry members and friends of Americu* Engine Company No. 6 will please assemble at the Engine House, on Monday morning at 10'^ o'clock In citizens' dreax, with green rosette*. In order to escirt the Long shoremen to the line of procession. Monahan's Band engaged Tickets for Professor Duffy's lecture In the evening, can be had on application at the bar Of the heventh Ward Hotel rF. FRIENDLY HONS OF hT PATRICE WILL UELE brate their 77th anniversary dinner at the Aitor Honae en Monday evening, JKth Inst, at 6 o'clock. The foUowing named geiUffnen lave been doly elected aa offloers for the ensuing year:-' CHARLES P. DALT, President. Wm. Watson. 1st Vloe Pres't. KleJwd Bell, ad Tlee Prwt II L Hornet, 9d " Daniel Devlin, 4th " Cliar.es H. Blrney, Treasurer. Thomas Barbour, Secretary, 9 Barclay street. The following members, were aopolnted to act as stewards, and from wbvmUekcU may be obtained ? D BELL. Cki^nia. lanlel Devlin, corneri?Broad- H. L. Hoguet. M Barclay it way and Wairen street. John B Fogarty, 3 Pine street. Wal'er Mage e. Park place. Bernard Smth. 36N Broadway. James Stuart, 33 Nassau St. John T. Doyle. 66 Wall street. B. O'Connor. 41 Ann street. Petar Rice. W2 Water street. Alfred Koe, in Wall street. Wm. Wataon, Park plaee. THOMAS B ABBOt' R, Hwretary, No. iMrelay sovot The ofpicrrs and members of the father Mathew Temperance Benelll Society are requested to be at their hall, on Monday. March IS, at eloek A M , In re Bia, to partldpnte In the celebration of Ireland's Patron nt Byerderof EDWaRD L. CARY, Marshall. The silver bell sociable, op yorkville, held their twelfth nodal gathering on Thursday evening last 1 he members Intended to wind up the season aboat the first part of April with a ball, and tuppoeed their meet ing of Thursday to be the last prior to the a rand oall. The ladles belonging to the ellver Bell surprised their Preel Mnt, Mr Pitney, with a handi-om? presen' as a testimony <?( their reepect and regard. On Thursday even ng, time new ao fast, wlnred with toe pleasures of social Intercourse and the merry dance, that the festlvltiea were kept up to an uniisu all) late hour. A special meeting will be held on Thursday evening next, at M is* Miller's. Flgntv fourth street, between first and heeond avenues, to make arrangements for the grand closing ball of the season. By order ot the President, " J. W. PITNEY. WAEEPIELD? THE OWNERS OP PROPSETT IN Wakefield are herehv notified that aa ths eucumbranoes on tbe property are all removed and the debts of the aasoal stion all paia, a meeting w ill be held In Kagle Hall, corner o' De laucey and Chrystie street*, upper floor, oa Friday evening March 52 at 7', o'clock, when the l'urchaslng Trustee will mtke his tlnal n port. It is hoped that all the members will attend. XXDICAL. A PFLU'TED RESTORED? IGNORANCE EXPOlED A Fallacies unmasked ?Dr. LARMONT'S Paris, London and New I ork Medical Adviser and Marriage Glide, Informs the debilitated and diseased, including those who are igno rant of the cause of their III health and who have been dla appointed in their phjslcian, of the mnet certain and con venient mode of cure. Mailed for fl by LAtVRRNCE, I Vesey street, or the author, 647 Broadway, tip stairs Hour* for treat ment 9 A. M. to ? P. M, and 7 to 9 rkarsday evenings. DR. H. A BARROW. 194 BLEECK1E STREET, FOUR doors from Maralotigal street. N. T. author of that po pular medu-al work, "Human Krallty,'' may be oonsoltedaa nsual from II till I and from 4 to t. Sundays till X DH. WARD, 4M BROADWAY. 1> DAILY CON-U'LTED confidentially with complete and gratifying sucoeea. Hfllee open till 10 r. M. DE. COOPER. NO. 14 DCANE STREET, MAT BE Con sulted on all diseases of a certain nature Twenty *4gM years eiclnslvely devoted to these complaints, enable him to warrant a enre in all cases. The victim* of tnlsp'aned onfi dence In medical pretender* can call, with a oertalnty of be ing radically cured or no pay. MRP MONROE. ELECTRICIAN, NO. SSM CARMIM* street ? Galvanism applied dally In the treatment of fwnct cnal diseases of the issnals system. Hours f row M to 4 epper door. Vf EDICAL CARD? REMOVAL. ? DE THIREN' OFFICE

M Is removed to No 6? Mirth avenue Ijkdle*' eleotre ab domlnal corsets, belt*, girdles and supporter*. Treatment regu'sr and scientific, IIOt'EKN, ROOMR? JM ., TO LRT. A FURNISHED HOI'S i IE TWENTY SECOND SfHRKT . to lei, bm?n stone three stories high basement, all In p?rfect order and complete for housekeeping a* * moderate rate, to a private family only, with immediate posees*io*. Por cards oi admission. Ac. annly to DINGER A llOLDBN. No. 8 Pine street ami 1,444 Broadway. aowi, BOOMI, TO JUBT. Am Fl'BNISHKD H0J8B To LRr.-THUE 8TO?T Math ?loop brown done Boom In I*xtngt-)n avenue, bove Twentj seventh street Hoot t'.tUil >or particulars pply to J B SMITH, Arc meet, to. 12 rhimVn ?trvet. 4 RARE OB A NOR. -TO LBT, A 8TOk?, BITUaTBD .A In one of the N-st thoroughfares of the ctlir. suitable for Ike dry good* bualnets; oounlejs mud shelving^ roi sale cbeao; poM *seion may be bad on the 1st of April. Apply at &66 Eighth tn nue AHOl'BF, NO. 36 BOND 81BBBT, CONTAINING 23 room*, posset ston May 1, will je let for hualnesH or resi dence, and put Incomplete repair: a'i><> other Houses, Ing-od location* 1XK:R ft 1MITM A.N, 23 Bond street. APARTMBBTq to LBT. TABT VaCANT-THREE OR ?"L/ery quiet hack Rooms, 443 Hudson street; a s>, aeeord Floor and iweent, ell R<<oms, aid firs eUssHoiao ho, 8 Tenth street, between Fifth amd Six?h av#*nu?-?. AT NEW BRIGHTON, STATE N ISLAND.-TO LR1\ a ru'Diabed Mansion ; also one ?all?r, wlih (aa, baths, (table*, null, kitchen gardens; sever tl acres to each; sltua tlon unsurpassed, within Bye minutes of tbe lan ting. BRADLEY, H?JT"!HIN8 A CO.. 42 Bast Fourteenth it reel, or E. H. LUDIOW k CO., No. 3 Mne street BLOOMFIBLD, N J -TO LBT, KESir>'-n? ^ MRS. Beona, opposite tke commo*-- . . ^ ? ,m, Jjr, ^ Rapt >40). A pply on premises. tJOllW**'. Hftl SKH OR SMALL HOTEL TO LET ? J3 TVro six ?tory Houses. 22 and 26 Fourteenth street, ad joining, 76 feet front, between Fifth avenue and Union suuarr, containing 92 room*, with all modern Improvement tole.t together or separate Apply toO PAUU&U, on the premise* , or at 3' I'lue street, room No. 8. BOABDI.;?i BOl'SETO LB' AND FURNITURE FOR sale? House tirst elaaa; one of the but looatims In ihe city; well tiled with good paying boarders. For particulars ad arena A hi re, Hcrxld oBi<e BU8IKBRS FOOMS TO LET? At 66 Fulton street, corner of Ryder's alley. first clans building and excellent light. Cheap rent to responsible tenants. BBOOKLTlf.? TO LBT, PART OF A 1IOUSK IK WASH lngton street oonal?Ung of two l'arlora, tour Bndr >oms and Rltchen, with excellent range and Ridgewood wat r: alat gaa fixtures and other conveniences. Apply to mSTKR A LOPBR, honsa. agents, No. 4 Hands street, Brooklyn, for fu1: ther particulars. (COUNTRY RESIDENCE TO LBT OB LBABB ? AT J Mariner's Harbor. Staten Island; 10 acres of good till* hip land, a house containing seven rooms, basetneiA and cel lar, fronting the water; also a bouse containing four rooms, barn, carriage house and other outbuildings on tbe premises; will be let together or separate The Elixabethport ferry boata from pier No 1 North river land wlthiu tlve mlnutea walk of the residence. For further |>artlcvlani apply at the ferry or of O. D. POUT k CO., oyster barge 17, fait of Spring street, N. V. J COUNTRY BEAT TO LET OR FOR SALE? IN EAST Cheater, N. V., one mile from Mount Vernon depot, on tha New Haven Railroad. Pleasantly situated House, two story and attic, well shaded, fruit and ornamental trees, three arrea of land, gjiod garden, stable. 3arrUg? house, and also salt water bathing on tbe premises, will be let partly f W nlabed If desired, at very low reut. or Bold on accommodating terms. For further particulars Inquire of Mr 'JEOKOE OOUI'D, Mount Vernon Hotel, or to D. LAMACRBUR, 3(3 Broadway. (COTTAGE TO LET? FURNITURE FOR SALE.-TIIE J neat and coij Cottage on Kiftv fifth street, first east of Eighth avenue. Apply on the premise*. COTTAQEB AT ROCKAWA1, L. I.-TO LET, THREE Cottages, near the fit shjre, in full view of the ooran; one with 14 rooms, fully furnished. the others 10 room*, par tlally 1 timifcht'd. H utile and Ice bouse (filled) to each Ap ply personally or by letter to W. H. BOLTON, Far Rocka way, L. I. UUFTY FIRBT CLASS HOUSES lO LET-FURNISHED F and unfurnished, well situated, ?p town, from $350 to ft,00l> ; laO for sale; also 100 Stores, Lofts and whole Build ings. between Wall and Fourteenth Ureets; many of thnm in Broadway. N. 0. BISHOP, 144 Broadway, store floor. Furnished house to rent. -to let, a vert handsome three story brown stone House, elegantly ami completely furnished, In Forty seventh street, between Sixth and Seventh avenues. One of the best locations In the city. Apply at 3H Dey street. Furnished houses to let? in twenty-second street, $2000; Eighteenth street. $1,50U; Ninth "treat, fl.SOO; Twenty seventh street, $l,CO0; Second avenue $2,000. hlrty flfto street, $1,500; Irving plac?, $1,300: Twenty seventh street, $2,000; Twenty eighth street, $1,800; Four teenth street. $1,600; Twenty-fifth stroe , $1,400: Lexington avenue, $1,600; Twenty third street, $2,5ti0; Twenty-first street, $2, SOU. DINUEE A IIOLDEV, Na 8 Pine street and 1,344 Broadway. Furnished -to let, furnished or unfur niahed, snitable for a physician, either the parlor Floor or front Basement or would 1st the same to two or three gentlemen, with or wltht ut Breakfast and Taa. Possession May 1. Apply at 1*0 West Thirty-seventh street. Furnished house to let or lease ^<122 wert Twent\ -fourth street, furnished complete, having nil the modern conveniences, and in perfect order. Rent $i>S per month. Possession given Hay 1. Inquire at 290 West Twen ty fourth street. Furnished bouse to let, in bbooklyn? the line three story Efiglish basement House. 125 I'ucltlc street (between Benrv and Clinton streets). The ground oomprises two full lota, well laid out and flagged. Ihe house contains thirteen rooms, with fine cemented oellar, also bath room, Rtdgewood water and sewer connect ions. The furniture Is first class and thoroughly complete Two pianos and ma lodeon. The house will be let from the first of May for one year for $1,200, but only to a small family, and first class references must be given. Applv as above or to Mr. WHE&LER, at Clafiln, Mellen A Co. 's, Worth street, New York. * CYRANO HTKEET HOUSE TO LEASE FOR 10 YEARS, J for Business; House 112 Grand street, next to Lord A Taylor's; also a large House 417 Broome street, for boarding or busi uses if wished. N. C. BISHOP, 14t Rroadway, store floor. Houses to let-a great numrkr, in various and central If cations; reuts from $000 to $1,300. Also. Country Seats, furnished and unfurnished, convenient or access, at moderate rents For description and cards of ad mission apply w IlIAUUI A IIOI.IIKK, No. t) Pine street and 1,244 Broadway. Hotel to let-the firmt class hovel no. 21 to 27 Broadway, corner of Morris street, known as the Stsvens House; possession 1st of May next. For further par ticulars apply to HEWLETT A TORRANCE, No. 6 Bo wring grew. Hotel to let in broadwat-vert cheap. Furnished House In Fourteenth street. House for sale la Thlru fourth street. Three Bouse* for sale In Thirty ninth street One House tot sale In Twenty fifth street. One Bouse for sale <n Henry street. Rooms to 1st, with Board, la Fourteenth street All kinds of Real Estate for sale, to rent or exchange. Money loaned on real estate. Property Insured Apply to J. Ll'triUA SMITH, auctioneer. No. U Wall street, room No 2. Loft to LET? SECOND 8TORT of BUILDIN? 301 William street, ten large windows, hoistway. gaa, Croton water, well calculated for the clothing business baviug been occupied for that purpose several years. Inquire om the I remises, -RTAI80X M1UBLEE, 7# AND 71 WMT THIRTT 1*1 eighth street, between fifth arenas and Broadway. ?To let, a fine front Baesmsnt ss physician's ofBos; also, elegantly furnished, whole Floors or separate Rooms; houses new, first slats, four story, hlsh stoop, brown stone; eomssoa parlor; restaurant below. Kent paid monthly. FFICES TO LET, IN THE BUILDING NO. 7 NEW t street, four doors from WalL Inquire of H '.IVING ?N k CO., on the premises. & OFFICES TO LET? IN THE MARBLE BUILDING 23 Liberty street, between Will lam and Nassau ; also Base ment. Bent low to desirable tenants. Apply as above. PART OF A HOUSE TO LET? THE SECOND STORT, containing four rooms, and one room In third story, w'th privilege of wash room In bank basement. .Water and gas. Rent $1MX Apply at 16 Rycrsoo street, near Myrtle eve nt*, PARTIALLY FURNISHED HOUSE TO LET? A FIRST class four story brown stone House, nesr Fifth avenue, a few blocks ?bove MadlStm square, to let or lease, with car pets, gas Allures, ollcWths and mirrors. Iciulre of E. D. LAWRENCE, I Ml Broadway, above Thirty first street. Rooms to let? with steam power, at nos. 22 and 24 Frankfort street. Apply on the premises, or to M. LEFFERTS, No. 91 Beekman s'reet, up stairs. Booms to lrt.-the upper part of house no. 26 Bond street will be let. In whole or part . an excellent ,.s?tion for a merchant talior, millinery business, Ac. Iu qulre on the premises. OTORE TO LET-MS BROADWAY, OPPOSITE BOND O street, 53 feet deep, with 26 feet frontage, well lighted in the rear May be renter with basement and second floor. For terms, Ac , apply to JOHN SNARE, agent, tSO Broadway. STEAM POWER TO LEASK? IN THE NEW FIVE stoiy brick Building Noa. 42, 44. 4* ,40 and SO Qreene street. The best lighted and most superior rooms In this city. LMalioe most central, one block from Canal street and Broadway. Buildings are heated by steam, steam hoist and ?very accommodation. Insurance Is one per cent Kent low. Apply Immediately to H. J. HOWARD, on the premises. E LET-LOWER PART OF HOUSE 110 FORSYTH street to a small family, consisting of front and bsck ors, back Basement and three rooms on third floor, rent $275, uood locsMon, Inquire on the premises. r LBV? SUITABLE FO?t A rHTSIClAN'S orFIOE, A front here >tlon Room ip s flr-t class Louie; also a Bel room and breakfast and tea If desired; references exchanged. Call at NO W f?t Forty flm street. rro LET? THE WHOLE OR PART OF A MODERN X Bouse. The owner will board with the oo upant In quire on the premises, 16H Vest Ihlrt) seventh street TO LET? LOWER PART OF HOUSE MM WEST TWEN ty tilth street, consisting of five Rooms, vis:? Front Bate vent, Parlor Story and two it w on third floor, with privi lege In s?b ceiler. gas. bath, Ac. Rent $360. Inqalre oo the premlsee, of .1. W. CLARK. rro LET? ON reasonable terms, to a good X tenant the large marble Building M4 Hroedway, 110 feet by 26 feet 1 Inch front and rear, or each lloor to let separately, for particulars Inquire of mRi.IaMIN (IALHRaITII, Beg, 127 Fulton street Herald Building, or of ALEXANDER KAGLKSON. 7W Broadway. TO LET? NO :t70 BBNRY STREET, BROOKLYN modem three stoiy high bassir ant bnw a stone House, containing gas, water, gas fixtures, A< Neigheo rhood good. Will lie let low to a responsible |>arty. lnnuire of It. M. SILVkRMAN, US Broadway _ TO LET-NO. m TENTH STREET, NEAlt ^IKHT AVE nue. A full aire three story high basement tiottee. oon tainlng water, rits. solid mahogany doors, Ac. Will be let low to a responsible party. Inquire of II. M Sll|VRRtfAN, 158 Broad w ay . TO LET-TUB FOLLOWINO VERY DBS f\t ABLE FIVE stoty Houses, vlr - No 259 West Tm enty-lMrd street with d< ubl? st aircaset also No. 217 "est Twenty-third street ; rent $l.tUO, end Nos. lit and ltd Weet t? enty fourtti street; rMt fMOO Apply to 1'. IlAHMONt 'S NEPHEWS A CO . SIGreen Wlch street or to A. LF. A\U?, 217 A sat Twentv third street. TO LET-BO. 1.H WENT FIFTY THIRD STRKKT, BE tween Bnadway and K.lghtb avenuek? A modern ihree story high l>asement House cm tain Ing all the modem Im provements. Pleasant neighborhood Will be 1st low to a resfxmsible party. InqeTre of II. M. SILVERMAN, ISA ?roadway. TO LET? 111 R HOUSE 32 BAMMG4D STKEET, BE" tween Wsverley place and Fni'rih street; lot 2axl7tl will be rented low to s good tenant and put In complete order be fore ocr utistion. lo be seet, from 2 ti 4 P. H. Apply to aRIBUB LEaRY, K7 Bearer street I'M) LET? THE LOWER PART Or THE HOUSE, NO. BdO Brnome s'reet, n^ar\ari''k, fn>nt sn 1 bstjk Mrats, kitchen and dlnlea r<?>m, hot and nold gas, Ac. May be seen from 9 till 12 A. M. snJ from 2 till t p. M, Very oon ti.nleiH for s gentleman and wife. Kent $Mi. **-, TO urr. r LET? THE INII AND FIXTURES M GRAND curk ? **?? TO LET? PART or A THREE 8TORT BROWN FRONT Boum In Baat Forty-ninth street. Inuuire at 170 ? ? ? Forty alnth street, or at >4 Old sljp. uf 0. UatittHWOQD. m? LET? RBOOND FLOOR AND PART OF THIRD IF J. required to a small family that do not keep % servant girl. House contains modern Improvement* Apuly to II L. bLOTBJKI Fulton street, or at 1W Allen street, In ih? availing. rut-no. vrt BART TWBNTYFIR8T STREET, near t-eound avenue, the two story and baaement buck Cottage, with litrge yard In froat; good cellar, gas, bath, range, wa?h traya, Ac. ; mot only $430 to a choice tenant. Poa wiili'i on ltt or May. Apply to Mm. (JAINS, 61 Fourth are nue, nr M Ml. BROWN, 181 Waaaau tract, from 1 to 3 P. M. rpo LET? A THREE STORY HOUSB IN TWENTY J second street, near Lexlng'on avenue to a family wlth ?ut ?mail children, the rent would nearly all b? takau In Board. Apply at IUi Bowvry, u?ar Broome street, Utlrd alary, from 11 to I o'clock. TO LET-CHEAP AND WELL LK1HTBD LOFTS, IK nar building 1J0 Wllllani atreet, with atuam power. , A. RAI'ELYB, ?1 Jobnalree^. TO LIT? T1IE THBBB STORY BRICK WITH hi?fc ?v0jt2L9 -i neat TWfhij-rlntn aireei, within two 1 hundred feet of BiOtawaj. Will lx painted and put In order before the 1st of Bay. Inquire at 42, Mil door, or at 471 1 Hudson utreet. T tend, with t'ltrne h<?u? an? ?T ? ^OREH OF GOOD mo lbt-a large double house, furnished, 1 and pleasantly situated In Franklin street, In the villain of Avtoila. lsqulreof K. MILLS, Astoria, or W. YAH DK YKNTER, 180 ration street. New York. mo LET-IN WASHINGTON PLACE, SOUTH SIXTH J. a' reel, Williamsburg, two of thoae dealrabla three atory and high bamment Houwh, In complete order, water, gas, F chandeliers, ranges beautlf ul courtyard*, arbors Ac For p*r , Oculars Inquire of the owner, at 13 Washington place between Fourth and Fifth street*. r LBT-A THKEE STORY HOUSE, CONTAINING 13 rtxina, on Seventy first street, between Third and Fourth avenues; will be leased l or the term of three or five years. Apply at BOYLB'B, ZftS Canal street. (TO IJtT, AT TREMONT, UPPER BORRIHANIA-A A first rate Grocery Stand, ? pposile the depot foauMtakm Brat of April. Apply to JOHN K. KRAHER, Washington avenue, Trvmoni. TO LET? NO. 39 BEE EM AN 8TRBBT? STORE, BASB meni, under eellar and sixth Boor; also the sixth floor of No. 31, auil fourth and sixth teora of No. 33. The <jth floors of 29, SI and :ci connect with wh other. Apjly 10 J AS. CONNER A SONS, corner of Keade and Centre streets TO LET? THE STORE NO. U8 WlLLIAM 8TRBBT, with a room on setwnd floor, rent alio, the flrat floor ol No. W Heekman atreet, rem SMJU, with other oflluea In the same budding; also a convenient Eng. tali ba-tf-ment House In Tweuty thlrO atreet, ueai s.? nd avnuu> , rent $&00. Ap ply lo A LlYINuKION. No. 10 Beekm-tu stieel. TO LET-TBE FOLLOWING HOUhKri ALL. IN FINE condition and modem cimveniunrtw:? 1 Weni loth ft., netween Mh ami yth avs., rent $760 144 V. est Iftth et., ImOv eeti titti und "th >?>, pent 7S0 11 Warren place (Chart ? street), rout 875 23 Wesi47tli Ht , near Mb ave , rent... 1,090 Appiy to J- MATHEWSOfi,Bt7 Hudson street. Before DA. M. or after S P. M. TO LET -THE LOWBB PART OF A TURKS STORY brick houee, pleasantly located near Uulou square, will b?' let to a ? mall family o< aaulU ; the houite has ail the mo dern Improvement* inquire at <6 East Eighteenth street, between Fourth avenue and Broad *-ay. mo 'LET-TO A SMALL FAMILY OF ADULTS, A WELL X furnished and handaomely located House, having all the modern Improvements, Ip South Brooklyn, convenient to cara and ferrlea; rent $801); or the bent part will be let for $600; possession April 1 If desired. Add re Ha T. L. 8., Post oOloe. TO LET-THREE OOTTAGEH, ON EIGHTY SIXTH street, between Third and Fourth avenue*, containing eight rooms, with water and g.t*, In go >d order: also a Livery Stable an Broadway. Apply to R B. BINE, No. Ml Sixth avenue. r LET? AN OFFICE, NOW OCOUFIED BY THE GER manla Insurance Company, No ftBeekmun street; well adapted for an insurance company or broker's olllce. Apply at the Fark Bank, No. 3 Beekinan street TO LET? THE ELEGANT COUNTRY RESIDENCE OF X E. A Johnson. Esq.. at Islip,|).. I., pleaMintly situated, near the great Booth bay and ocean (the family being atmeat abroad). 1 he hi. use Is handsomely furuUbed; g *od stables and icehouse filled. Vegetables will be furnished to the leaae* Apply to RICHARD HaKTSHOKNB, 146 Front street, N. \T, or to AMnn R. BTRLLE* W1X, Islip Hotel, who will show the prsa&itxs. r LET? RENT $860 TER ANNUM, HOUSE NO. 41 London terrace i W est Twenty-third street). Can be seen between 12 and 4 o'clock. GEORGE COGGILL, 78 Broad (treat. TO LET? DWBLJJNG HO I' HE g NOS. 130 AND 134 A Charlton Htreet, in good order, with gas and water fix tures throughout, at very moderate rents. Apply to M A RTIN WATBKS, 132 Charlton street, between Greenwich and Wash ington streets. TO LET-CHEAP, THE FOUR STORY BROWN STONE Bouse No. 1?9 Weat Forty second street; runt $800. ? No. 1S2 Weat Forty second street, rent il.aJU. No. 163 West Forty second street; rent $300. No. 173 West Fortieth street; rent $810. No. 144 Weat Thir'y-nlnth street; rent $700. Apply to J. TAN WAGNER, Bouse Agent, Ha 100 West Forty second street. ; ; mo LET? THE WHOLE OB 1*AHT uF HOUNR NO. 14 JL Leroy place, Bleenker street, only one block weat of Broadway. The lower part has bees occupied by a dentist for six years. A leaae can be had for a store if desired mo LET? TWO UPPER ROOMS, WITH AMPLE X Power, well warmed and lighted; location very desi rable. Apply to JOSEPH NAHON * OU-, 61 Boekman street rPO LET? THE THREE STORY AND BASEMENT HIGH X stoop House 'No. 348 Bridge street, Brooklyn. Gas fix turaa throughout the house. Kldgewood water, Ao.' Can be seen from 13 M. to 3 P. M. For particulars apply to OURIH TIaN O. GUNTHiR, 46 Maiden lano TO LET-NO. 12 CROSBY STREET, NEAR GRAND, three atoiy and baarmcnt House, with gas chandeliers, bath, range, not and ooid water to second floor, good yard, Ac, Apply on the premises. THO LET-TIIE FOLIiOWINO DESIRABLE HOUSES: ? IK Tenth street, <ent $800 167 Hait Fifteenth street, near btuyveeant square 1,100 64 Catharine street, suitable for business purpeeea 1,800 161 Eaat Fourteenth street, 4 story, brown atone 1,100 Apply to DANIEL B. MAOFARLAN, UO Tenth street, near Third avenue. THO LE%0H EFOLLOWINO DBHlMABLB HOUSES:? 144, 14ffhnd 103 Bast 13th at, 4 story, brown stone, e.$l,M0 31 Stuyvesant street l.uio 83 Bast 16th at., four story, English basement 1,000 137 East 19th St., three awry, high stoop. gosd location . S00 1W E 16th at. , 3 story. high stoop < will be put in good order) 700 Sli3^, 306, 310 Eaat 30th St., brown stone, English beset 600 380 and 106 Second avenue each four story >00 Apply to THOS. MACFARLAN, 180 Tenth street, near Third avenue. ZO LET-HOUSE, NO. 28 KINO STREET: GAS ANB water throughout, bath room in scoond and third story, n be seen from 11 A M. to 4 P. M. Kent $7<*0. E. M. TOBEY. 17 John street. mo LET? FURNISHED, THE HOUSE 324 WEST X Twenty second street, possession niay be had Imme diately; It ran be seen a', any time during the day. lerma Will be given by JOHN L. KENNIN A CO., U0 Chambers street rLF.T.? A NEARLY NEW MIDIUM DROWN STOVE four story and basement House .1$ feet deep, has gas fixtures and all ether fashionable Improvements, at No. ldS'? Eighth stre?t, St. Murk's plisee. Inquire of A. S. LEW, Counsellor at Law, 63 William surest. TO LET? -THE THKBE hTORY IIRIOK HOtfaE. NO <18 West Twenty-second street, wltb high stoop. I he house has all the modem Improvements, snrf Is located ne ?r E jth aflsnue. Apply to HOOME A WEL.I.1, l'7 Muili avenue r LET? PART OK HO'rSE 194 FOURTH STREET nashlDgt >n square, large parlor, backro in, closets' bath fof.m, on second floor, lour n i,. rns and pantry i ti tlilrd two Ctti fourth, gas, water, Ac. Kent $ too. May be. m en from 1 to 3 P. M. TO I.ET? T1I E BAPFMKNT HOUSES. NOP 146 AND 14.V , ?eat Ihirty fourth Hireet; four Story, with gas and Croton ihtoughout; rent $UV0. Inquire of JOUN uirtt'O, liM East Twenty third street rLEl ?BLUM BLB ROOMS AND BWALL STOIKS, south v est i ortier of Broadway and 1 srelfth s n et, from $100 to $?*?, al-o, the Bsvrrent ')f ' o M7 Bn.aiiway, *lih kitchen and i>ri\.ite entraneg on Tweil th street. Jull.t rt. KBLhO, No. 63 William street. TO LET-A NEAT AND NICELY FURNISHED FRONT Room, with Rcdroom, at No. 73 sixth avenue, one door below W averley place. Inquire at the furniture store. TO LRT-BT A PRIVATE PAMfLT. A FRONT ROOM and two Bedrooms, on the third Uoor, in a K 'iiteel house, to a gentleman and his wlte. Refereuoee required. Inquire at 164 hast 1 btrty third 4treet. TO LET-IN JERSEY CITY, AN ELEQANT THREE story, very high baaement House, with all M4m Im provrmenta; gus flvtures. Iioe bronze rhandellers and ettension rooms, rich cut glsss doors, Ac No 86 Warren street, five minutes' walk from the ferry. To a good tenant will oe let low TO LBT-A LARGE ROOM, 36X76 FEET, SUITABLE for a lodge or drill room, or any light manufacturing pur p -se, having good light i?r?d ventilation. Apply on the pre. raises, corner of Seventh avenue and Twenty second street. TO LET-TIIE SECOND STORY OF HOUSE NO. 93 Greene street, two d?ors above eprlng street It has six rooms on the floor, with roton water None but a small family, without <? btldren, need apply. Inquire at U Greene strvet, basement door TO LET? THE 111 KEB STORY AND SAHKMENT Dwelling No 335 Weal Twenty seventh stretit thi". bath Be. Kent $6611. Apply tot' C. i'IN?)KNBY, 73 Wall street r LET? FROM 1ST O* MAT, TH K FIRsT CLASH furnished Hoiife .'*6 Fast Twelfth Htreet, near Broadway. App'y to BIG OS A CO., 60 Wall Street. TO LET? THB DWELLING PaRT'oF COUSE No. 37 Ureenwieh street, three doors sbove Merrmy street, oe ctipied tor ten y.wrs past as a boaitttng house. r>'iit low to Ensi t. naot , posa?ssi< n lansaedla'Hy. Apply only at JOHN ALKN>, 190 Washington street, near Fulton TO LRT-II4 WRHT I4THST, TIIKKE STORI AND ? attic, resit $1,110 161 Weat ?d at . three story brow stone front, $73$. 146 Weal .V>ih at. and ISO. three story, in good orders $730. MW' eat .t7th at., SI four storv, br iw i i stone front, West 41st at, three stor>. with ir with mit furnltnre, MMM W0 We?t 3/d ?t.. three swirv brick, goO'l | loratlon. $^<1; ITU VtTst.txih st , ihiee story, biilh, lias Ac., $460; 174 West lists*., Uir?e sto>y arid attie, btiek, lwn?; 145 W?st 31st st , four story, English bsseimnt. $rt)M; 173 Weat , STth st, three story ana a tie, HriCk, $(*<?. mijand It West 40ih st., three story new houses, ?6m. Hi Itenwick st, three story brick, $660; No. I Bleeeker st , comer Bank, three story and attic, $WV; 43 Greenwich iiv ' four stoif i brick, $800 . 118 9th av., bouse -md store. 5$<Wl) slso two large llatls for light manufacturing purpisiea, $4Ut; also smeral o'ber liouaea from $300 and upwards. J. A W. DUNH AM, *th av , corner of 1Mb at , f?om IBoruir.g '111 9 in the evening TtO I.ET-THB SMALL TIIKF.E STORY, HIGH STOOP, brown stone house 166 l.aat thirty fourth street, (tied location, wide street and low rent. Apply at *t l?ey street rH > LET? THE POl'R STORY ENGLISH BA?EMF.Nr House No. 270H West Thirty third strrtet, near Ninth avo nne The Potirteenth street stages pass the disir. and other lines of stages and cars tieas tbe corner It contains all the modem Improvements gas, water and ailtires It ? h put In perfect n pair Kent $4i'i per annum. Inquire on the ptemisea. - ?*>?? . _ r LET? HOUHB HO. IW TENTH 8TREBT %? ? Kuurth tTtnwi A very central tad dealrahie Innsillh rf. r a physician. Apply at 49 Warreu street. TO LBT? PABT OP A HEAT COTTAGE, BBAUTT f ully situated, within Ave minutes walk uf the Onlid I'ar k Karri blc Kor particulars Inquire on the preraiees, Se venty ninth atreet between Fourth and Fifth avenues, third bouae I rum fourth avenue TO LET? THK LOWEB PABT OP*IIOWHB NO. 14 Beth une street, near Abingdon auuArv two parlor*, fr.ntaad l ark basement. with two slewing noma; raage, hot anil gold water, gaa and large yard; rent $375 per annum. Possession Mgy 1. ' ? ? TO LET? THE TWO STORT AND ATTIO PBAMB House. with tea room attached and klU'ben in the rear, with small garden spot, situated on me flint avenue, second house above FUly-clgtilU street, Kent $4UU Apply al M Beventh sij^t. TO LKT? A HOCAK WITH ALL THE MODERN IM prowment s, inn. hot and cold water; rent moderate, and po*5??on gl\ en immediately . at 112 Went Twenty seventh at Kor . uither particuars Inquire at Ml sixth avenue. t 8. M. CORWIN. TO LBT? HOUSE NQ ?7 HBNRY STRKBT, IB THB very beat of order. with gas, hot and cold water, nit1*, and all thc^ modern improvements. Inquire at 1] Henry street, of TO LET? THE PRRB18BB 113* AND 1U OBAND street, southwest eorntr of Fourth street, Brooklyn. B. D. ; three story brle?. Apply to G. W. KELSKY, UlUrud street, Brooklyn. E D. TO LET? THE OLD ESTABLISHED BOOT AND 8TIOB Store, 141 Chatham street (K0x26 feet); alao PUturea far ?ale If required. Inquire on the premlaea. TO LET-IN BROOKLYN, 70 A SMALL PA MILT, THB entire Fecund Floor and on* large Room on third Boor, of a nest, genteel three story brick bouae; gas all over the bouae, urn! ? liter In the basement. Rent $13 00 par month Houao Hl'uuted within two blocks of Fu. ton avenue acd tar?njj fl?e minutes to ferry. Beference required. A4drai? 9, W. It, bo* 1,WS New York Post otEce. mo 1.F.T? ROOMfl WITH ft TEAM POWER, IN THK J. bullrtlDca 111 and 213 Centre atreet 137 and ?!W Elm street, desirable Hoomsrn the second. third, fourth flf h floora anl basement, with sttady steam power. Apply al the offloe, 213 Cemre street. TO LET? THE LABOR TIIRtE AND A BALP STORY high stoop House 110 Becond avenue. h?s all the modern Improvements. Apply to JOSEPH A. JACKSON, 111 Grand street. TO LET-PART OF HOl'RE NO. 300 WEBT TWELPTH street (late Troy street), the second door, two room* en third floor, one room In the sttlc, and back baaement, la good order, with all modern Improvements; family small Can be seen trun it) to 4. Beat (.VW Apply on th? premlaea, or to N. Rom A B. D, WILSON, *?> Vanok street. TO LET? THE UPPF.R PART OF A HOUSE, NO. MS Broadway, two doors above Union square; a Ural rate location lor a milliner or dreasmaker, or any kind of bualnees. TO LET? I ART OF HOUSE NO. W WARREN PLACE (Charles street), tbe second II nor. three rooms, and two rooma on third door, wlib privilege In bath n-om and laundry u In good order, with all mo/lent Improvements Family meat be small. Can be seen froinlto3 Kent $130. Apply on the premises, or to N. ROE A S. D. WILSON, 3U) Varlck at. rLE'l ? A THREE 8THRY AMD RAHBMENT BRICK liouse, Nd 37 Hmi'h street, Brooklyn; contains 12 rooms and all the m< dern Improvements, vu ?gaa, water, heater' bells and speaking tubes. An ; situated within two btuefea of ttie City ila 1; neighborhood flrat elans. Rent $AMi Apply on the premises or to J. J ON EH, dining saloon, Fulton mar ket TU O LET? T1IE TWO STORY AND ATTIC BRICK llou<-o H? Watts streets; has gaa and Crotna, and recently been put In complete order. To a g"od tenant will be leaaed low Also i rear Building 110 William street, suitable for a l:kht maiitifanui Ing business. Apply at 97 Water street TO LET-RENT $375-t0WJ* PART OP A HOUKB IN St Mark's plsre. between First and Second a> enuea, con sisting of fiont and back Hasemrnl, front and back Parlor with eitvostna '?oi m and ihree k? m< in fourth floor; all modem Impiovements In the bouse. Inquire of the owner, 73 West Twen'y lourtli sfeet TO LET-AT 773 BROADWAY, ONE DOOR ABOVK Nlntb street, Second Floor, 47 leet deep, light and en traDee tn? best on IN; street. A splendid >o< atlon for a first class merrhant tailor, llr>t door being occupied by Lewis A feem-ord s sblrt snd fi'rnlshlng st ire Anply In 'he a-om. TO LET-A BRICK BUILDINO, FOUR STORY, MX76 feet, on tbe coiner of 'twenty eighth a? reet and Irst ave nue suitable for any manu'aeturlng bualneaa, being wall lighted on tbrve sldea: to be leased low for a term of ywara. Alao tbe two story and attic House 3H6 Waablngton sweat. Aptfy to PBTKR LYNCH, 41 V<?ey a reet. r LET-IN THE SEVENTH WARD, THB TWO STOBT and attic House No. 233 Madison street , has all the mo dern improvtmenta and In perfect o der; rent low. Alao Store No. :?7 Water atreet. AiMrtmenta No. 7 Canal street. Apartments No. 73 Hester, four room* each . Store corner of Mangin and Htsnton streets, rent low. Apartments in va rious parts of tbe <ily. Apply to I. P. JORaLEMON, No. 19 k ssei street, in the bueuient. TO LET? 119 CHABLES STRBKT ? A FOUR STORY AND hitsement brick House; all the modern improvements, and so arriinged that parts ran be relet without Interfering with each other; possession immediately of lint floor, as sisting of large parlors, dining room, baaement and cellar. Apply to H. R. JACOBH, No. 1 New atreet, corner of Wall. TO LRT-NOR. ISC, 13*. 140 EAST THIRIY-FIPTH stn et, between Hncond and Third avenues; brown ston^. r stone high stoop, all modern Improvements. Wul be renMB low by applying to RAYL1KS A BAYLBY, No. 4 Pine atreet * TO LF.t? THRBB BTORY BRICK HOUHR NO. 163 Fit Hath street, near Broad wmj , also Kort Ueorge Hotel, oh Hailem river, Inquire 011 the premises or at forter ? Spirit of the 1 Imea office, IUU Nassau turret. TO LET-aPARTMKNTH OK THRBB ROOMS, FROM April 1, In houses No. 12t) and 128 fcast Houston street, and No. g Mecond avenue; also h.iuoea, parts of booaee ana aparnp?-nu lu different part* of this city and Brooklyn, la qulreof A- M. FAN NINO, 1M9 Bowery rro LET-A FOUR HTOgT AND ENGLISH BASEMENT I llmiif.W, Wen Thirty aeoond street, near Broadway. h*nt?H>tt *??*>??*"? TO LET, FRO* THE FIRST 07 MAY? TUB LOWER port uf the three atorv House, W Lexington avenue, con sisting of Am floor, basement and rooms in third story Apply on the prrrtdws. > , brr Ft'KNIRHED? TWO BEAUTIFUIXT SITOATBD stone villas, with magnlflcont lawn of several acres, In ?tone Cotuge; lOruoma, nv the ohor* tn BUIottvlUe, Arfnr. nlahed ; rent *480. Inquire at Dr ELLIOTTS oIUcTt rLBT OK RROUKLTII BBMNTS. OR KM UU on rery ?rr terma-The nSt elaaa four at ory high stoop *? street, oorotror Blue street, near the ^Hrn east MBPMOTWVtiPVRIVmi^^^l No. UO filet* street, corner or 8 late at rest, IMi TruTh terry ; & ntaina hot sj.d Cold water, and gaa through out, and la In partem order. To a deatrahlo tenant, rent MoU. Inquire at No. 146 avenue A, New York. ' rLKT IN HOBOKBN? A NB AT, TWO 8TOBY ATTIO ana basement IIuuw, on the southwest earner or Hudson and Second tlteeta, fronting the Hrer, #*e mlautes' walk from the feny ; alao. the three story and haaamaat, high stoop Houses, Noa 146 ana MM hsst Fortieth street For farther particulars apply to U. B. SMITH, No. 191 Weet street, up ?I aim. TO LET AT BTAMFOBL ? ONE HOUB FROM TWBNTY seventb street? a nice Dwelling and Barn, wit* fruit and abade tree*, grape Tinea In sbundanee; gaa and water la the bouse; flve minutes' walk from the depot. Apply to B. I. F KNTZ, 161 Bowery, or to A. J' HELP*. M Pine atreet, or at Bumlord. PM LET OR FOR SaLB ? TUB TWO ?TORT AND an Ic brick dwelling Hikim and Let AS Henry (treat Haa Crtiton water, bathroom, gaa and range; lain excellent or der . Would be rented to a small family on reasonable terma. 4 1 '|>ly on the premiaea, or at No. 1 Ferry atraat, ins ?? at Qold street. TO LET OB FOR BALE-IN HOBOKKN, TWO HAND eoniw three story arid cellar Hrljk Houses; tot 100 feet deep, house Ou feet, nearly new; gas and water; pi Ira $2,800. lnqnlieof ROBT. PELLh, U Meartaw place, Hohoken. TO LEASE OB POR SALE? THE THRBB STORY AND haw-mi nt brick Building, Noa 20 and 23 Commerce street, .ultabin Tor a workshop, heretofore used aa a ro frlgcrutor mantif^cury. A good opportunity lor the intro duce ti of tnachltery. having a higd chimney attached for ?ii'uni hollar, A j. Apply to J. M VI H BWbON, 647 Hudson street, belore 9 A M ami after 6 P M . TO I ET OB TOR KALE ? THE THRBB ST JRY AND hao-men'. Vonse, Ne. ?S 1 exingt 'nareiue; haa all the moi'en imprmnneaui gk<s ic c?n he saen from 1 to A ptil) t > the owner at 40 Lc ungton trenue. TO LET OB LEABE ? HKVBBAL WILL LIOHTBD Offices In, and the Basement (Kj8 feet deep) of, the new Ave story hooie No. B3 Naaaau street west side, between ful ton and Jabn iitraeta, (hi* ally. Ajipiy to FRANC IB BYBNB, LS2 Ssssau Mreet. TO LET OR LEABB^-THE r.A RoK FOt'R 8TORT Brick Mouse on tha southweat onrn?r of Hudson and Franklin ?ir. eta, suitable for any kind of biialneKe. aa It ta In Brst late ordf r. F-r parti* ulars Inquire of TA V LOR k HTB V r. >ri, ,al lludwm strvet. To LET OR LEA8K ? FOUR STORY nODBE AND Store No. fl?i7 Mith avenue, at Bniailway Inieraa tion. 1 he .lore I- 66 feet deep, with handsome plate glaaa wladows, a very < ona|>|i uoua buslaeaa location. UKialie aa per Mil ou premises. r| LET OR LEASE ? A LA BOB HOUSE. CONTAINING shoot thirty rooms, fto. l?T Waverley place The banaa fill 26 by lift leot. and the lot I.TS feet In aeptb Yery ph-aaaat ly situated, nearly rppoaite Washington I'arade (Iroind, and la weil adapted for a Hoarding or otub hooae Apply to RaY MiKi?l,ACk? F,I,L,l 129 "r adwat , Hrsd sy H.rtahlna A ? o , 42 Baat Fourtaen th st. eel, or to N. a Bis hup, M4 Erosd ?ay. _ rLBT OR LRASB-LOW TO GOOD TENANTS, TWO new twenty feet four story bmwn stone Housea. Noa. 1;9 West I'nrty fifth street and 144 J* eel Forty sixth street, esch a door or two liotn Bnadwajr; location and rtew >eaa ti'ul Apply to Xr. I'ltlLIKH, (kl) Seventh aveaue. nas door from lorty fifth street, or Dr. HEATH, 647 Broadway. mo LET OR LEASE? THE BASEMENT BOOB, ?C? 1 Broadway, suitable lor a Br't clasa reatanrant. inquire nf.I CAMI'BhLL, Jr , Faclfle Bank. To LEASE OR LET-ON PAVRNPORT'B NECK, U miles from N !w York, one mile from New Roehalle do pet, on the Hound, a st<ne House, with all the modern Im provements; ten rooms, kitchen lanndrr, a atone stable and coach house, with thr?e or more acree of land. Improved la qiiir? o| I, tl DA VF.NI'ORT, on the premises, r of UYRUI* LA WTOP, 124 Naaaau street. Sew \ ork TO I EASE FOR FTYE YEARS? SEP ABATE LY OB ingeiher, Ave 1-ota on Attorney and Htd(e streets, b* on <? and Delanecy str<>en, row ?ncnpled by John E. Pratt aa an lion fouMffi; to be vacant on 1st o May next. Apply lo (V C 1'INCKNEY, T2 Wall Htroot. r RENT-FOB ONE TEAR FRO* APBIL OB Ijtrge brown stone Roost, elegantly furnl'bed, cian^M? I for houv.keeplng, near Fifth Avenue Motel Heat Will only be rnoted to a private family. Address box 1,397 Poet otl.ee _____ r^m RENT -A PART OF TEE MODERN ^ (""OR*' 22 John street, with flne show window, and. If desired ? large Jeweller's safe will he let with the premises THK UPPER PART OF IB EAST BROADWAY wonld . elet u- a small family, with not more than o~? child; gaa throuuhout. re tit low. TUMI LlAMSBPKtl ?TO LBT AND TO 8ELU HARD I W s, me floor-. $7 a month a two .lory l^menl and c^mn teieehar brK k II nas anc I oi. It rrami., ?2,I(I0. Terms saay, I Bulidlrir lois. II by 70 feet $M?l II 7 lids. A I )B V 1 R, North Tsnth street. near Ftrat,