Newspaper of The New York Herald, March 28, 1861, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated March 28, 1861 Page 3
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SALES OF REAL. ESTATB. A?OPKTRY RRSIDBNt E NEAR THE CITY - A WELL ? built gothic House, with ax LoU, id a good aaighbor d, sn Washington avenue, Central Mornsania, f or sale at ? sacriice: wceu to the sity euv. Q. W. DltCHETT, Ha ?Tryon row, room 9. A BABE chance -FOR BALE, A OOUNTRY beat. Id oue of the hest locations w> the Passaic river, consist tog of 37 ucres of chtlce Land, with a fuod House aud uthjr Improvements. 'the ground is weW laid out wkh oreimmit tl and fruiL trees. Wi;l be sold with or without the stock. For partieuiais inquire at No. W Ann street, op stair*. No a gen a ?4 apply. BARGAIN ? UOU8E AMP LOT 26x100, LOCATION BERT in Brooklyn *n al> p*rtl 'ultra, M minutes' walk from tarries: ccuteuieal for one ur two : Antilles. 13 rooms, gas ?no water, iitblc on rear: 30 Portland, north of Lafayette imm Price $3 000 if sold thia month JAMES E. Walker, 114 Fulton stroet. Brooklyn house for sale-no. m paoikh* alreet. Lot 30 feet by 100: House 20 by 40, two st tries, basement and under cellar; rtnladelhh'.a brick frout, brown stone stoop and trimmings, irou balcony and railing*: gas and ?as fixtures, hot and cold water, bath rang*, healer, speak ?I tubas and stationary ium. House nearly new. i?n?e ?4,3*. of which $2,500 is oa moruage. Apply on the premises. oradilress 1. D. R. piitman. Herald otlice Beautiful residence for bale cheap? con venient to the i-ity : ground* han<isom?ly arraime i, splen did views, fine buildings, abundance of fruits, shrubbery and shsrte trees, and all in uaod < rder. SOUTH "HOK A WOOD, 82 Nassau strwt rR HALE? TWO STRICTLY FIRST CLASS BROWN stone Houses la Phelp s place (Haft Thirtieth struct), fcullt by the s? ner by day ? work. Size of house JUi.VJ. Also two In Forty ninth strtmt. test class. I Be above will be sold batow cost Inquire ot WH. PETTRETCH, 146 Bast Thirty *1 street rR SALE*? THE ELEGANT POUR STORY BROWN stone House, 116 Weal Thirty fuurta street; is not sur Mssrd by any in >t>ie or finish Kosewojil dcors. walnut stairs 4c. House 29x60 feet. Lot 101 feet deep. Apply on the premises. IV)H 6ALE-A BrtOWN STONE QUARRY AMD SIX F sAes ot land, opposite Little Fails' quarry, near Mater - aos, N. J., containing a first raie quality of br.iwn stone for building purposes. 10 be sold very low for cash. Address E. W.. Mi2 Carroll street, Brooklyn. rE SALE? IN WILLI AMHBVRO, FOUR HOUSES and Lqts, situated on the southeast corner of (hand and Fourth streets. The corner store to let for any basiues*. Inquire of T. HOGGETT, No. 7 Orehard street. TOOK SALE? ON MURRAY HILL, WEST CORNER OF W Madison avenae and Fortieth street, three superior Bouses (two extra size, with private stairs and caloric engine for pumping), equal in style, workmanship, material and finish to any in the city ; rosewood and black walnut finish oa parlor. second and third Doors, with mirrors. Ac , said with or without stables. Apply at hJUaes, or No. tf l'ark place. JOHN H. SHERWOOD. ?EtOR SALE-TWO OF THE HANDSOMEST COUNTRY JP Beats In the State of New Jersey, within an hour and twenty minutes of New York city. Kor particulars injure at 196 Fulton street, third floor, or J. P. KLINE. CR SALE? A FIRST CLASS HOUSE AMD STABLE ON the Fifth avenue.? The first clasa four story brown stone He aid Lot on the west side of the Fifth avsnue, be tween Twenty-ninth and Thirtieth streets, No. 242. The House la 26x65 feet, replete with all the nindtra improve ments and conveniences; Lot 125 feet deep, exclusive of the stable, which is 26x33 feet, with a 10 feet right of way to Thirtieth street. rR SALE? A VALVARLE HOTEL PROPERTY AT 'Lake Hoputcong," Morris county, N. J, containing 13 acres of Land, situate three miles from the Drakesville sta tion, on the Morris and Essex Railroad, and three hours' ride from New York citr. The Hotel was erected four years ago. la addition to its regular hotel business, it is used as a mai mer noartflng House. It la lar<e and commodious, aud the location of the proptriv for scenery, health, fishing and gune cannot be surpassed. The Lake is celebrated for its fiae pick erel, wbi:h uboni.d the whole year, and also a? a pleasant summer resort: one visit insures many, both fr,>m the sports man and Invalid. An enterprising landlord would find it a good Investment, as the property can be bought cheap. Come and see. Inquire ot (> VaN iSVERY, 243 Water street, N. T.. or JAB. H NEIGHBOUR Dover N.J. TOOB SALE? THE VALUABLE PROPERTY ON THE 1; Northwest corner of Lexington avenue and Fifty-second street, ?7 feet 7 lncheson the avenue by with the improve ments. Inquire of M. E. CRA8TO, Third avenue and 129th street TOOR SALE? A LOT ON FOURTEENTH 8TRBBM, 126 J feet west of Blxth avenae; size of lot 25x101 feet; or would exchange for a three or four itory high st<x p House In a go id location. For partlsulars inquire of MARK LEVY, 23 Liberty street. FOR SALE? A VALUABLE SHORE FRONT FARM OF 3C0aves, on Long island, tear by Urecnport and Sag Harbor, with extensive water and manure privileges; near daily communication with New York by railway, steamboat and telegraph. Excellent soil, well watered, and is a capital trucking, sheep, milk or cattle farm. It has half a mile of sea coast, wits fishing, bsthlng and boating. Large House of twelve rooms, well ail tp ted tor a gentleman's residence or summer boarding house. Splendid walks and views, with parklike scenery ; climate mild, and very heaasy. Price $ >0 per acre; one-third cash. Apply to H. M. RUGOLE 35 Wall street, E. A. BI N 0E, 2 City Hall place, or F. A. BART LBlT, Sag Harbor, Long Island. For bale.? $soo cash, balance on easy terms, will buy a handsome house, situated <>n the Harlem Rail road, thirty five minutes' ride imm Twenty sixth street; price $4,200; New York or Brooklyn lots, or houmi and lot taken In esekange. Call on BROWN A MILLER, Leonard street, two dooiH of Broadway. , For bale? 20}. acres of the finest land in Wesichester county; it lies on the East river Sound, Pel ham Neck. There Is on it a house and bam and a great num her ol' jouns fruit treeH of the best quality ; a fine beach lor bathing. The view and location cannot be surpassed. Good Ashing, oysters and clams, N. B.? No exchange. Apply to PETER K. KISdAM, Union Bank. Foe sale-a neat brick dwelling house, three story, high stoop, containing all the modern 1m provements. s',oh as water closets, bath, gas, range, wash tubs, Ao., located up town. Apply to (JbO. B. BROWN, As signee, 42 Front street. For sai.e in yorkville? a two story and basement frame Uouse, with 10 rooms, watrr and k<u. larjre vsrtl, grape vine*. A<\, all In g>od order; alt iat?>-l vjuth aid' of Eighty fourth street, near Fourth avenue (between Third and Fourth avenue*). Price $3,200; terms eaaj. In quire on the premlxes. Fir sale in brookltn-at a bargain, one two story, attic, bnaement and cellar frame House, 2J by 32 feet, filled In tin roof, twelve rooms, marble mantels and grates, gts and water pip-**, Ac. ; all sew and built In the beat modern style; lot 26 by 100; situate on Marry avenue, 300 feet north of Dekalb avenue, ne. r Myrtle avenue car route to Fulton ferry. Apply on the premise* to SANFORD A M UR RAV, or at FOb'fER A LoPER'H, H<\ 4 Sands street, Brooklyn. r)R SALE IN BROOKLTN-AT A BAR'JAIN, ONE two story, attic, basement and cellar frame llouae ?li)2 feet, filled in. tin roof, twelve rooms, marble mantels and grates, gas and w ater pipe* Ac ; all new and built In the best modern style; lot 25*1011; situate on Marrv avenue, :W0 fen north of Dekalb avenue, near Myrtle avenue car route to Fulton ferry. Apply un t?* premises to SaNFORD A MCR RAT, or at KOS1 EK i LOPKR'H, No. 4 Hands street, Brook lyn E>R HALE III BROOKLYN? A FIRST CLAM THREE story Bouse, brown atone, basement, with all the modern rovemcnts replete. Iouulre en the premises, 7b Fort Vreen place, of J. P. HEBUI. ftOl PALE OR EXCHANGB-A NUMBER OF UNFI JT alshed Houses to exchange for country or Brooklyn piW Ey. at great bargains. A splendid House and stable on ray Hill, for sale; also a Farm of 300 acres, near Pat*r eon, N. J ; only $8,000. Inquire of 8. P. TOWNBKND, Na U Ptne street, in the basement. IOR SALE (IR EXCHANGE ? FOR GOOD CITT PRO perty. a Karm In East Cheater, Weseheeter county. con ?ig about sixty acre* of good land. Inquire of PBTiSR IITE, Mount Vernon, Westchester ooaaly, farm one mile frena depot. ~EH)R SALE OR EXCHANGE ? A THREE STORY A* brick House on Rodaey street, Brooklyn, E. D.. about aeven minutes' walk from Peck Slip ferry, would be sold (heap for cash, or would exchange for a small farm in New Jersey? aav from ten to twenty seres? worth about $2,ftOU. Apply to WB. WH1IMBRK, at the Bank of the State of New Yert ~CK)R SALE OR EXCHANGE? FOB IMPROVED CITT J property, valuable Improved Farms In Illinois, 40 miles from Chicago and In the Immediate vicinity ot four railroads. Apply to J. T. 10UNG, 9H Duane street. rR HALB OB BXCHANGB FOR CITY PROPERTT? A Farm of 10 acres, with Urge new House and other building*, and plenty of fruit and *bsde trees, an<l ?oo<l wa ter, near Sing Sing. Inquire, or address A. II. Barry, Broadway. BY. rB HALB OR TO LET? OR WOULD EXCHANGE FOR vacant lot or a small house in Ihe lower part of the city, n four story, high basement, brown stone front House, In Fifty first street, first horse eaat of Lexington avenue In quire on the premises. VALENTINE. 1POR HALE OR TO LET- A FACTORT, CONTAINING f twelve acres of land and water power and msehlnery, with trip hammers; fifteen minutes' walk from railroad and ?anal. In Hllon, Herkimer county, N. T. An Iron foundry won Id pay well or any other huslossa. Rented aheap. Ad dress T Bi?hn, 130 West Thirtieth street, SI. 1. vm talning . BHt TE Fob hale or to let. furnished ob unfit*. aiebed? fsro new, Gothic Cottages, one of 13 and the other of 1 W acres of Land, siuatad at Great Neeg, Long Island, 19 miles from Bew York, eommandlng an extensive water view; eontain II rooms each, stablta, lee houses filled, and fine beache* for boating and bathing, eommnntaatlon aeveral times dally with the eitj, by railroad and ? team boat Inquire of E. L. rKEDWELL, Ureal Heck, L.L,or RAT BO* A BLACKWELL, 1,306 Broadway. riR SALE OR TO LET-THE THREE STORY AND basement brick House and Lot known a* No. 370 Living man street, Brooklyn, e?i*t of Nevlna street, house in gmd erder. Poeeeswon l*t May Apply to A. I. Rl.jCP.('KKR. HON A CO., No. 7 Pine street, or to V. BaLLaNMNB * HONf , 134 Cedar street. TTIOR BALE OR TO IBT? AN ENGLISH BASEMENT J* House, 73 W??t Twenty ninth street, with all the mo I ?ern Improvements. rent |AVl; run lie seen from 11 to 1 o'clock; Also, to let, the i root Basement Ofllce and part of j a House in Clinton pi.t-e, near Broadway. Inquire at 73 weetTwaaty. ninth iliiw. inoB SAL*, TO I.ET OR EXCHANGE? FOR GOOD CITT JF property, a brh k S'ore, with a Stable attached, with the fttoek and Futures of a Grocery, doing a good business In the ?e of Mount Tern n, We?w-be*'er county, opposite the Inquire on the premises ef PETER nil t'TB. Land for salb? on princeb bat, btaten Isiuid, .10 acres ,in lota of J or K) acres, or entire, as S riles may dssl re, i. beautifully located, near the Eltonville P0'- ,?n line of the Huten Tslatd Railroad, 7 '? miles from V aniM?biit ? Landing, and but oils hour from Wall street. The properly has a front of abont *10 feet on tae bay , ?As i ground is high, commanding a fine view of Sandy Hook and the shores of New Jersey to Bantan Bay. por sea hath " "Ur"r1"r- 1,1 ?f VRBAT HILL PROPERTY FOK HAXJt? THE FfBST elaae brown atone front Houses Ne*. 71 and 81 East TfirtyJ^m' rth street flOO feet street), near Fenrth avenne, and Boa 1S7 and mo Leiington avenue, replete with all the mo ?ern improvements, huiit by days work and In the moet work manlike manne* Terms low to suit the time* Annlr en Ifce premise* from 7 A. M. tefiP B or to MAITHRw ?f*Nfs,? Bast ThIMy-eeon.l .tree., PH'MBtNG MATERIALS WANTED ? IN EXCHANGE fer some g?ed Brooklyn property, or would eiehance for a good konse In the upper part of the city of New fork rhia la well worthy ef notice. Address o? box 137 Herald niftee Real f state wantfd, ? ? WTTH NOME CASH, ?n eiehange for ?rst 'lase e Sewing Machinm, 'ally guaranteed frrm IV e principal -fil e in this city. Address with particular* , Bsrhauge, b l r,Mi Pool o*ce. H SALES OF HEAL ESTATE. 0CSE8 FOR HALE, BY JOHN KAVANAGH, Northeast corner Mxth avenne and Forty fifth street, Nsw Tort City. A bree story brown stone. In forty third i'jm, s >uth side, a liule we*t of Sixth avenue, sue 22 6x60x109 6. $13,000 A four storv first rlua brown stone front in Th'rty ninth KrMt, between Lexington and Fourth avenue*, 20x63x'a the biock 12,600 A four story, in Thirty* ninth street, between Seventh and Eighth avenue*, 16.Hx5ttx,'j the block 8,800 A four *iory, In Thiity eighth street, between Klfth and Sixth avenue*, ?6xK>x>i the block 48,600 A three story, in For v fifth stinet, between Sixth ave ? ue and Broadway, 21 6x4?xH0 12,000 A three ttory. in Forty leventh street, between sixth and Seventh avenuea 20x60x 00 10,000 A four ?torv, in Forty sixth street, txtween Fifth and 8wth avenues, M. IUi66slU0 18,000 A three story, in K< rtv e-fbth street, between Sixth and Seventh avenues. .UxtftxWd 8,700 A four story, in ?ortv ? icbth street, between Fifth and Sixth avenues, 10x6i>x75 12.000 A four story in Forty ninth strut t, between fourth aud Hfth avenue*. JOx.V'xtOO 16,009 A three -lory in Forty. eighth stree, between Second ?nd 1 bird avenues, 'JtxtKxlOU . . . 7.S0J A two ttory snd basement Stick Bouse in Sixty-fifth street, be, ween First and Second avenues, 22xO, lot 26x100 1,300 A 'fcree ?iory brown ?ione front iu Forty-sixth street, WxtCxMO 9, COO A four story brown stone front in Forty-sixth street, tiist h< use ?eet of Kifth avenue, 21 AxMv 100 . 18,00 A four story bruwn stone front in Madison avenue, be tween Iwenty- ninth and Thirtieth stre.ts, 26x!ux9:> 24,000 a lo .r slory marble front in thirty ninth street, near I'm k avenue 10,600 A 'tmr ?*i ry brown stone front in Fil teen .h street, near six th avenue o 13,100 A ihree story brown stone front in Twenty. sixth street, between Suth and Seventh avenue* 10,600 A three mory brick in Forty third si reel, fx-twefn Ninth ? ti<! I'enth arnnua* 6,600 A few fine corners and meide House* oa Keoond, Third and Sixth Hvenueti. at prlee* to warrant investment. KAVANAGH'8 Is '.be place lo find cheap and desirable prooerty. H? *oli?lts an offer l or any one or for the whole or theabovg doacnbed Uou-es. TWO COTTAGES Ft B BALE ON MURK AY HILL ? Two teat t 'ottages and Lota, on Murray Hill. for sale at a great bargain. 1'rtee only (6,800; terms very liberal Also a neat House In Brooklyn; pnfc $2,4*0, Inquire of 8. P. Tl.WNsEMD, 14 Pine street, in the basement. rpO MANIFACTUREUS AND MECHANICS ? FOB SALE 1 or exchange, a valuable Site, with substan lal Buildings, and twelve acre* of excellent Land, at Greenfield, Connect about three milea from the New Haven Railroad depots ''airfield and Southp-irt. The buildings consiat of two Dwelling Houses, a liuge three story st me Building, suitable for any manufacturing purpose or a tannery, with extensive outbuildings, ihcds and stables, and a never failing stream of water running through the premises. Good property in New 1 ork or Hreokly n w 111 be taken in exchange, or a large proportion of the purchase money mav rem tin on mortgage for a term of years. Apply to MOTT, MURRAY A H.YRRiU, 30 Nassau street TO MANUFACTURERS? 60 ACRES FOR SALE, IN the centie of the thriving village of Flushing, fronting 900 feet on the river, the railroad running 1,860 leet through it, and the terminus depot on it. The moat eligible location for manufactories, warehouses, wharves and country seats; 90 per cent mav remain on mortgage. WM. R. PRINCE A CO , Flushing, L. I. Tenement pbopbrty, lightly encumbered. in New York, Brooklyn and Jersey City, or good second Mortgage* on Property above, or first country Mortgages on Farms wanted, for Cloths, Cassimeres, Vesting*, selected ?lock of French good*. Principal* only address B. M. Fow ler, 11 Broad street TITBSTBBN PROPERTY, INCLUDING FARMS AND TV City Lots, to exchange for saleable Merchandise. A liberal proportion of cash will be given. MATTHEW H. BRIDGE. 11 I'ine s'reet. WANTED TO PURCHABE-A TWO OK THREE BTORY House, in a genteel neighborhood, on the south side, for $6,000 to $7,000, between Fourteenth and Thirtieth street* and Lexington and Sixth avenue*. Address, with full particu lars, J. 8., 169 sixth a.enue. 2 HARLEM LOTS FOR SALE? DELIGHTFULLY situated on First avenue; between 112th and ll.'tth ? tree: s. Will be sold very cheap. Price $700 each. Inquire at the office of Van W inkle A W inans. No. 1 Fine street dho r(\(\ cash and the balance in yearly f'i.tjUU payments of $600 each, for a four story English batement brick and stone House, with all the modern im Srovementf, in West Twentieth street, fronting a large park, le most desirable residence in the city. Price $*,*? ), very cheap; or would trade for a small place near the city, worth irom $2,000 to $3,000. Address G. Y., 633 Broadway, in the b.isement AC nnn ?FARM TO EXCHANGE? a FARM, CON tpu-'/UU. tit imng 70 acres, with small house, barn, stock, farming implements, Ac., situated near Lakeland, Long Island, will be exchanged for a small House in town. M. L. SIIKLDON, si Nassau street ilAA AAA-W* 8AliE OR exchange, two dpi UU.UUU. elegant first class Stores, well *ituate<l, down town, and well rented; will be exchanged la part for clothing or dry goods, with aune ca - h added, if required. M. L. SHELDON, 86 Namau street cnt, al at Fa RESTAURANTS. GBEEN TURTLE SOUP AND STEAKS.? KELLEY WILL serve upon Wednesday two splendid Green Turtles in Soup and Steaks. Soup put up in one gallon, half gallon and quart cans for family use at $3 per gallon. Generally on hand at 2bS Hudson street, near Spring. JOHN KELLBY, Caterer. SPENCER'S ALE VAULTS. NOBT11WE8T CORNER OF Broadway and Cortlandt strm, is one of the New fork lnatituiiona. It is eataollshed on the principles of (|uality and cheapness, added to w hich th" personal supervision of the proprietor ensures civility and expedition. Mat say, Collins A Co. s Philadelphia Ale only throe cent* a glass. COPARTNERSHIP NOTICES. Partnership.? a gentleman (GEkvan> with a good business education, anil who poaeeasas n few thou. Hand dollars, wlnhcs u> form a c.ionection with a party '-slab liahed tn the Tobacco. Hardware, or nm> good mannfaetur ing buslneaa No notion will be Ulnn of agent*. All ontiiiini mcatii'iis will be held in airict confidence. Address A. Htrald office. PARTNERSHIP.? A PEBSON. PERFECTLY UNDER standing the Coffee and Spi'-e huaine?s, would like to flDd a 1 aimer with lrom $<1,000 to $5,(100 to buy out an old established hpice Mill, uliuated down town, with a cheyi and km* lease He haa a large cash trade App.y to J. D. Mc fcW IMG, 103 Chambers street. PARTNER WANTED? A SPECIAL OR ACTIVE PART u?r, who can lurulsb $25,0011 to S&> 000. The business is the manufacture and aale or a machine of prime necessity, UDder a patent; the exclusive privilege la held for New York, wilt the permission to sell (or any market The husl Dfu ii established, but re<iuirei< additional capital to work it us tlenred. To any person who would be latislled with rea aonable profits, a perfectly safe and raspactakle business, and pleaa*Lt associations in the business, thin In a good op portunity. Address, with real name, Irving A Co , Herald office. RABE OPPORTUNITY.-I WANT a PARTNER, WITH $S,AG0citoltal, ?uw'm '? extending my busineaa. already lully established In Philadelphia, Brooklyn, New York and vicinity. The article is staple, sella only for caah, and can be extended without limit I adoobted reference given and re quired. LEaDBEATKR, 107 Puiton street. Rare business opportunity -the adverti ?er, willing to enlarge hla business bv having a. oompe tent man as an assistant who it laterested, will sell half in terest for $1,260; will pay more net profit the nex year than any other Wines* In the city, ('ail at 476 Broadway. rPTFBL PEN DEALERS AND STATIONERS ? Warned? A partner to join in the manufacture of steel pens iwKh the late makers of the Washington Medallion Pen Company's patented Pcnsi. The amount required will o? small. If the party can control a trade. One Interview will satisfy the right party that thia la a good chance for making money, Apply or addreaa to tf. Harrison, 101 West Thir ty sertnth street. WANTED? A PARTNER, WITH A SMALL CAPITAL, in a wholesale new method Imitation Liquor buninesa, returning $4,000 to $?,(W0 real profit a year. Apply to G. BUI BOLD, 412 Pearl street, up stairs. \\ 'AN TED? AN AMERICAN, AB PARTNER IN A W wholesale and retail drug business, by a German drug gist, who Is pouted in retail and wholesale trade, with a few thorn ami dollars caah. Address Post office box 2,001, Chicago, Illinois. , WILL PURCHASE ONE-HALF INTEREST IN Vt )Uv/ an established, well paying lousiness, protected by letters pa'ent. Inquire or MORRILL A HAMKBLL, 37 Park row, room No. 10. (fccnft ?WANTED, A GOOD ACTIVE MAN IN A !fc(JUU< commission and wholesale butter aad provision wore, ss partner; on* of the beat location* down town: haa done a business from $700 to $I,IUI a week the ptatyear. good stork of butter on band, also borae and wagon. Apply on the premlsaa, 36 Harrison street, near Washington. 41 fW-W} WANH AND ACTIVE PARTNER WANTED? ?Pi.Uv' " in a legitimate brokerage buslnes* fully estab lished and making from $<>.000 to $10,000 per year and oan be largely Increased Association first clasa. Address Broker, box 1 13 Herald oflice. AAA Jn?ebekt in a bake INVEST ment for sale for the above amount; It la now paying and will par the purchaser ten per cent. Apply Immediately to R. VOBE, 54 William xtreet &') itfwk A-NY omnuaum rantio to en. ?y^?.UUl/? gage as pinner in an exceedingly lucrative, light snd pleasant cash bualt ess a monopoly under pro tec IIOB of letter" I*t' nt, from whiek at least >-mi,i ?> tier annum can lie reallzei, can meet with an excellent opportunity by applying at MB and sofi Broadway, room No. 6. Cin AAA -Acnvi PARTNER WANTED, WITH vlw.uUU. $10,000 caah capital for a half interest in a well established and paving busineaa. the market for which embraces the eatire Continent. Ihc principal feature is machinery The advertiser has peculiar facllltim for reach ing the entire trade. None but pritclpals need apply. Ad dress, for three daya, Franklin, box 107 llerald office. RAILROADS. HUDSON RIVER RAILROAD -FOR ALBANY A*D Troy, oonnectinf with trtuca North and West ?Trains leave ? ? mom rnnaeicas srarrr. r*o? riiiimr nn?T ftrfkt. Express, 7 and II A. M , and 7:2ft, II :30 A M. and 3 S0, 0 20 3 ,1ft and 6 P. M. P M. Troy and Albany (with sleep- 10 LA P M. (Sundays inclu Irg earn, f 41 f. M. ded.) Poughkrepoie train, 7 10 A. 8 A. M., 12 Wand 4:MF, M. M . 12 ?., and 4 P. M Peek .kill train. 0.30 P M. 0 96 P. M Btng hh>g train, 3:36 and 4 .10 4 rind 4 it P. M. Tarry town tram, 6:40 P. M. 7:10 P.M. A- r SMITH, Superintendent. NEW YORK, HARLEM AND ALBANY RAILROAD.? Kor A'.banv ami Troy, connecting with the New York Central Nailrnsd for all points West, Northwest and Boath west sluo * Ith the Northern Railroad for Saratoga, Rutland, Burlington, Plauaburg, Rouse's Point, Ogdenahurg and Moat real ? rnoa TSTOit now, nrtn citt mo* twkntv sixth stkhkt ?T?TIOM. Express train, 7 A. M. and 7 10 A. M. and 4 :40 P. M. and 4 :30 P.|M. 10:20 A.M. Enprees mail train, 10 A. M. Por WilMamihridge, White Plain#, Croton Palis and all local traina see tlma table. 7 o'clock A. M. express train '.eaves Albany every Sunday morning. ff) UN Bl; R< 'lflLL, Ass staat Superlntendeat. ST4TBN IMLAND RAILROAD? ON AND AFTER MON day. April 1, 1H01, trains will njn m follows ? I<eav* Vao derbilt Landing at 8 and Ml A M .and I :M), #40 and 0:40 P. M., er nrecting with the 7 and 9 A M. and 1, 4 and 6 P. M. boats from New York Leave To' ten villa at 7 10 and 9 A M. aad I, 1:80 and 010 P. M. Sunday Arrangement? Leaw Potteti ylile at 8 A. M and I and 0 P. M. Leave Vanderbilt Landing at 9 4ft A M aad I AO and ft 00 P. M , emne. ting with the 9AM sad I ?nd 0 P. M. boate from New York, atopplng at all the intermediate stations Through fare, 10 cent*. Boats at Tottenvllle to be hsd at all times for parties gong to Ann boy ??r the neighboring places In New ,'ersey Office of tA? com pany in Hew York, H 2Bowub? Gr??a. FOR SAJL.K. IN OYHTEB AND DINING SALOON TO IJTT OB J\. Ihm, on the corner Seventh avenue and Thirty fifth ?treat, oppwjte the Arsenal; a ?U|t line starts only ana bluot trum the pNialMUlMin la Ike Man, or atUl WcatTbirty tfth rtrMt. at 6 P V. A GREAT BARGAIN. ? THE OLD ESTABLISHED P08T Office Lunch, corner af Mwmu and Cedar itreeta, fbr ?ate or lo let Terms easy. Inquire of JOHN CARLA-ND, Ho. 6 Centre street, or on the premise*. A GOOD INVESTMBNT CAN BE MADE IN THE PUB chase of the right oi' the best Bat Trap ever mtde. This trap ia always *et; ((sella rapidly for $1, and only oosts 'At rents. The trip may be seen this day at the Nvuiual Hotel, on f'ortlandt street Call and nee this wonderful trap A CI UNDER LEATHER KEWIfG MACHINR ROB ?Hi* ai a bantain , COM $15}. Inquire at No. o Tiyou ? ow, room No. 9. A GOOD INVESTMENT ?A PHOftjGRAPH GALLERY, ?%. wc'l furnished. excellent instruments, good skylight, fine reception ioom on second floor now d.lng a g >od busf nes* ; will be sold at a fair value; puivhaser taught the art Inquire at the gallery, 107 Broadway. BAKERY FOR SALE LOW-LONG ESTABLISHED, rtrsirable lease, good kw Oioo, Apply en the premises, 301 South Second street, eorner Eighth, WUhamaburg. Pos i ession immediately. Capital roadside hotel for sale cheap, with capital alleys, stables, gtrde.n, Ae., Coney Island raa s pass the door; title Indisputable; a first >.la?s position. Inqmieat W. MAt'k K ? H, y;i Fulton avenue, Brooklyn. COAL TARD FOR SALE- SITUATED NBAR THE North river. In a populous neighborhood. Address E. L. L, Herald office. 'ROPBRTT pgr hale. DB' G STOKE FOR SALE? LOU G ESTABL1 SUED, Lo cation excellent, business good, rent low, lease one year to run. None but a <?sb customer need apply. Inquire Of B. L. B.LL1 NUB, at ('has. W Haadford*!, No. 5 Tryon row. DININO FALCON FOR SALE-SUPERIOR LOCATION, on a principal thoroughfare, favorable leans, handsome : y titled Op, doing a good Bin class business, and bent af chances Ut make money A bargain offered SOUTHWICK A WOOD. H3 Nassau street DININO SALOON FOR SALE? IN ONE OF TI1E BEST locations on Broadway, near Canal street, and ia no's doing a g< od business Satisfactory reasons given for selling out Apply to WM. C. SHAW, 4W Broadway, up stairs, be tween ? and 12 A. M. IiK)R SALE? THE STOCK AND FIXTURES OF A FIRST J1 class Grocery Store, aow doing a good cash business, In a res|iectable neighborhood. For particulars inquire of LOlGHIiAN A KGBBRr, 31S Washington street. |F0R BALE? A FIRST CLASS RESTAU itaNT AND I* Dining Saloon, established over twenty years, doing an excellent ar ' Profitable business, and in a good thorough fare. Satisfactory real OWI given lor selling. Apply at 115 John street li^SR HALE ? THE LEASE, STOCK, FIXTURES AND r good will ot the premises known as 1S3 Hudson street, corner of Beach. ^Inquire In tbe store FOR SALE? A CORNER LIOUOR STORE, WITH Fix tures and a three years' lease, tit'ed up in first class style, Satisfactory reasons given for selling out Apply at S 04 avenue A, corner of fwentieth itntt. FOR SALE? THE LEASE. STOCK AND FIXTURES of tbe Flonr and Feed Store, 2t>2 and 26.1 West street; lease six years from May, ottering a good oppoi (unity fur embark ing in ibis or any other mercantile business. Low rent In quire as above. If1 t ? Fourteen^ *- LaWr?$&% J?*"?"""' ?TI)RR I For bale? a dental practicb, about $4,500. For (ArtieularR apply to JONES, wHlrE A CO., Broad wsy aud Hot.d rtTMt* N. T. For sale? an old established grocery Store, doing a business of $500 per week ; has been es tablished for ten years; a first rate stand for liquors; will lie ?old for cash; pi ice $1,400. None but a cash customer need apply. Address Grocery, box 120 Herald office.* ?*rtsi!^MaeH5S,E For balr-a first class drug store, ix a first rate locality. Apply to 11. MAXWELL, 342 Third avenue. IflOR SALE? FOUR YEARS' LEASE AND FIXTURES ' cf a large corner Liquor Store. Exoellent stand. One of the best situations for family groceries in the oily Apply before 1st of April, with cash only, at 10/ Bleecker street, corner 0? Sullivan. For hale? the lease, stock and fixtures of a first class Liquor store, situated in a good 1 ?<' lUon , tbe reason far selling, as the owa^r has o' her buslnesi to attend to. Inquire at the distillery, 363 East Thirteenth street FOR HALE? A SHORT CoUNTRT EXPRESS ROUTE; a rare chance; busy season just commencing; sold on ac count of tbe owner not being able to attend to it personally. Address hoi 4,Ui6 Post oflloe. SOU SALE? THE STOCK, FIXTURES, MACHINERY, Ac., of Faint Store and Manufactory 2*2 Cutl atnt-i. riieaa Win. M. Gambling, aa above JftOR SALE? A WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERY. 1 with Hto. k and FtltHM; will be aMd on reasonable terms; aituated Id a pleasant neighborhood and in one of the beat thoroughfares in the city, comn landing an excellent rath family trade Saliafactorj reaa u.a will be given l or selling: Apply at A. A H. HaKKR S, 265 * axhiuRton atreet For sale-one copper still, two corpBit Worm*, wi'h other apurtecancea lor making One l''rench ?pirlta, at present working and In perfect order. Will he Hold cheap, aa tfce owner, wbo ha* jun purchased the premixoa, doea not underatand distilling, and will turn the place to another line of buaiieaa. Apply at 412 seventh avenue. UlOR HALE ? A VERT RESPECTABLE AND PROFITA P ble hwrineaa, locat?d "n Broadway, will be aold by In ventory, the owner having other bueinnaa to attend to; wil aril elibtr. For particuiara apply at Ml! Broadway, baaement For sale? an elegantly pirnisiied saloon and Reataurant, with a Milliard Room attached; located In Broadway Adtireaa HhIoou, Herald oOlce. FOR HALE ? THE TOOLS AND FIXTl RES OF A JEW elry Shop, all complete, with aafe, at a very low pile*. Inquire at 16v Broadway, room 19. FOR SALE-LIQUOR STORE 736 THIRD AVENUE: larM tenement buildings In the rear* will aell low for caah . a chance for a man to gat Into the buaiDeae; rent, $U a month; price, $1(16. For sale-an old established lod< uno house, conaiating of twenty eight single rooms, all furniahed new and In the beat atyle, a leaae wiU be given to a good tenant at a moderate rent. Apply at ft Roan street For sale? tea and grocery store -the es aex lea Market, elegantly fitted up, and the beat ataod for the bualneaa In the city, being betide the market and "tght yeara natabllahrd, and la now doing a large <--*kh tmalneaa. The Stock and Fixture* and good will will be aold cheap for cash in oonar<iuence of atckaeaa. Apply at 300 Grand atrait, near Kaacx. For sale-a corner liouob stork, doing a good bualneaa; it will b? aold low for caah, with or with out atock. The rent la cheap, with four yeara' leaae. In quire of P. MULVBIIILL, r ran kiln aquare, corner Cherry atreet. rOR SALE? AN EXCELLENT AND WELL LOCATED family Grocery and Li<itmr Store, handantiiely fitted up, with a fresh stock, and doing a good oa*b trade. Then' la a three yeara' leaae from May natt. Apply at i:U Mulberry atreet. FOR SALE- ONE HALF INTEREST IN A RKSTAP rant ami Bar.? A partner MM Small capital re quired. A good chance for an active, energetic man. Apply In the reataurant 463 Broadway. For sale cheap? an oyster and liquor sa ky>n. Hatialactery reaaona for aelling. Apply on the Eilaea, 403 Firat avenue, corner of Twenty fourth atreet, ?Mai UOE PALE eHEAP-A FIRST CLASS CORNER LI J1 quor Htore, wHh a favorable leaae, doing a good whole aale and r-tail btiaineaa, alao a good family trade Sold In conaeqnence of the owner being in other buaioeaa. Apply an the piemlaea, 282 Hudaon aired Liquor stoke for sale.? the stock and fix tnrea of a liquor atore, or the Flxturea without the St.^-k, and nve yeara' leaae. In a thickly (Kipulated ueighliorhood. For particular* Inquire at M Dlviikn atreet. XTOTICE.-FOR SALE, THE GOOD w'.GL STOCK JLv and Fixture* of one of the oldeat and beat located Cloth ing Houara In Fultoo atreet, now d >ing a* eitenalre a caah biiaineta aa any atore In the cfty. The te-ma are very mode rale. It will require from $12, (JUO to $16,(00 ca?b and a credit Ol I r< m MUN to $20.iai). A long MM Wit] be given If re quires. Ibia is an eicellent opportunity tor any peraon hav lug eapMBl 10 inveet in a mon. y making h'ialn?aa, ;ut the owner la going out of bualoeaa. Ho agenta need apply. Address l.ox 117 Herald oflloe. PRINTING OFFICE FOR KALE A PRINTER WISH Ingto pnretue an oflka I heap, with steady work, < un do ao bv applying to R. D KELLY, 17 Bpruoe atreet Price $300. Reaaon for telling the owner haa other btuuneaa to attend to. aUARTZ ROCK MILLS AND PATENT FOR S ALE? Con<*d< d by minera the very beat for reducing rock awl er bard subatancea to perfect auat, with hardened ahlfilog grinding aurfacea. eaailychangrd BOUTHWICK A WOOD, ? 1? atreet. STOUE FOR SALE-A STORE WITH TWO LOTS, 26 by 10# each, altuated In Beat New York L I , oppoalte the dlatrtct a -hoolhoure; price $1,400, part oo mortgage. For further pariiculara inquire of J. HiTCtlBNS, on the pre flH) HOUSEKEEPERS ?FOR SALE, THE FURNITURE X and I/eaee of a nice Houae Id the Tenth ward, niotalninu hot and cold pater, range, heatar, Ac ; rent $**) p?r year. None hut caah cnatomera need apply. Addrea* C. A. H., Herald otllce TO BUTCHERS -FOE SALE. A MEAT. FISH, VEGKTA ble and Poultry Market, now doing a pood hoalneao, ault able for a eountry produce dealer; or will aell the Bouae and Lot If required. Inquire at 314 Eighth avenne, corner of Twentyaeventh atreet. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL LIQUOE STORE, THE very beat on W eat atreet. wall eaUbltahed, favorable leaae. auperior location, handaomely fitted irp and fnrnlahed and doing a flrat claaa money making bnalnesa. SOUTHWICK A WOOD. H2 Naaaan MM C T14JM' LEAS! OF BTORE. DWELLING ANnfFlI ti tnrea for aale; dealrable for aay buaineaa. Apply on the premiaea, #??, Broad atreet. Bear Pearl. (J nn CASH FOR THE LlASE, STOCK AND FTX CavfVf tnieeof afiratclaee Bakery and Comfectkmery, corner of Broadway and Thirty-Ann atreet. Apply oa the premiaee. ?-?l-.l-.,_-.-.ii*oi*i'irit^iuu- Z" /SXNTEAL OOMMTTTFB OF NATIONAL UNION CLUBN ^ J of the city of New York.? Paraoant to article ? of the eeeatttattoa it become* neceeeary that the ward club* proceed to elect their delegate* to thia Committee, which will proceed to elect their permanent officer* nn the (lmt Friday evening

In A pi U, at ro m No. 19 cooper Inmitute. Deleave* will pleaee and tbatr aredectiaia to the fecretarr. U. ? PANcRJMt, No. XI Ivwerj' prior t? lat ef Aiprll HOUSES, HOP 1MB, AC., TO LET. AC lJlRtiR room HTORT HIGH STOOP BROWN stone Home 10 let, on Utdltoi avenae. near the aqaare, wl adapted for a club or a first claas boarding houae, oon i atas twesly eight ruuuut. Kent moderate. OaQ and aaa M. K. B. KINBHIMER, 343 Fourth aveime. A T BROOKLYN- TO LET OB FOB BALK, TWO FIB8T A atoaa Philadelphia brick Houaes, with ptairaa, juarflulah. ed, exceedingly well located, oo and adjoining the southeast corner ef Galea av. nue aad Ijtnae MnM. Apply to W. B. NICHOLS, 19 Nassau street, N. I or amnion aad evenings, at n Lafayette avenue, Brooklyn. APARTMENTS TO LBT ? IN A FIRST CLASS TEN AWT Houae; one suit, cnraitUag of five Rooma, containing gaa ? Croioa watrr, $.<?! per mouth; alao, apartwenta in rear Bouse. suit or ihre. Hooius, Inquire on the premises, of 0. A. MAXFlbLD, (gent, ITt RtvlngUin street. A SMALL FAMILY. HAVING MORE ROOM THAN whey want, would let their Houae, unfurnished, to u re spectsble party, ana receive the rent In bo%rd;a private fami y preferred. Addreaa for three days J. H , box 171 Herald lolfoo. A FURNISHED HOUtE, NEARLY NEW, PLEASANT Ij loMted in Brooklyn, will be let to a gentleman and lady wad the rent taken In Board. Addreaa Laiayetta, Herald otlleh. _ A SMALL PRIVATE FAMILY WOULD LET TUB lowtr half of a Outage Houae, furnished, to a gentle man aad wife, or u a party of young gentlemen. Apply at 1M Waat fortieth street. Heat $5 per weak. Apartments to let-in bouse 133 west mime kenlh (treel . first floor, 4 Rooms, and aecond floor, 6 Rooms, with water and gaa, from lat or May Beit. Inquire on he premises of A. 0 U NDh.KU ILL APARTMENTS. -THREK OR MIX KIKE BACK Rooma, and two large Balconlea (part vacant), all lm provementa, well ventilated, at No. 4M Hudson street. Alao one half of first claas boaae No. 8 Tenth street, between Fifth and BUth avenues. A MEDIUM FASHIONABLE STONE HOUSE, HAB 14 Ksoms. Mi I eel deep, good yard, gat tlitun i, bath, Ac , at Mo. Ml hlgoth, Mark's place; rent low to a good tenant. Inquire of A. T. LRY Y, Counsellor at Law, No. 03 WUBani itreet. A TWO FRONTED HTOBE'AND BASEMENT O.N Canal aad Walker atreeta aaar Broedwav; a fine dhow room ard advan'a^eous poaitlou; ?taam power if required. To Let for one or three years very reaaooable by ? JOHN UAUDU, 102 Walter street. AN KNQLIKU FAMI1.Y, AT 617 SECOND AVENUE, will let aalta of unfurnished Rooma. for hotueke-plng, to adulta only. Alao furnished or unfurniahed Rooma, wi in Board, permanently. Houae possesses dial cluas appurte nanoea. Terma extremely moderate. AT NBW BBlOnTON. BTATEM ISLAND? A FUBNISH ed Manalon to let; alao, on* amaller; with gaa, bathe, a tables, trull |and kitchen garden*; several acres or land to each; aituation unsurpassed, within five minute* of lauding; posaeaalon April 1. BRADLEY, 11UTCH1NS A O.I., 42 laat Fourteenth street, or E B. LUDLOW A CO., No. 3 Fine street NEAT LITTLH THREE 8TORY HIGH STOOP Houae to rent, on West Twenty-tbiid utr. et ; naa modern conveniences, gaa fixtures, Ac ; la in good order. Kent MOP. JaMBS ? EDWARDS, 277 Weet Twenty third street AVfeRY NEAT THREE STORY HIOII STOOP IIOUSB, No. 6 Doorman place West Thirtv third street, for rent; brown stone front, wlthall mrdern conveniences, gas fixtures. A Ac ; ia 3 rooms deep Rent $H50. JAMBS B. EDWARDS, 277 West Twenty third street. A SPLENDIDLY FURNISHED HOUSE TO RENT? ON West Fourteenth street, location delightful, at a very moderate rent to on unexceptionable tenant For r.ird of ad mission apply to JaMEH K. EDWARDS, 277 West Twenty, third airoeC A FURNISHED COlTAllE ON STATEN ISLAND TO let? Containing eight MOM. A vegetable ganlen in the rear and fruit trees and fiowcra in front. A most desirable residents for a small family. Rent $140. Apply at 1>4 Wa verley place this week. Avery desirable four story English base meal House to rent on West Fourteenth street.* Is In hue order sad will be rented at a moderate rent; one el' the best locations In the city. For cards of admission apply to JAMBS B. EDWARDe, 377 Weat Twenty third street. A LARGE FOUR STORT HIGH STOOP HOUSE TO rent on Weat Twentieth street. Haa all modern conve niences, and will be put Into first rate order for a good tenant and rented very low. For cards of admisalon apply to JAM&S R. EDWARDS, 277 Welt twenty third street. Brick workshops to let.? two floors, kepa rate or together, rear of 44 Third avenue. Inquire at 334 feixth avenue. Business rooms to let aim Fulton street, sornar of Ryder's alley, nrat dsaa Miv and ntlM H(;in. Cheap rent ta responsible tenants. EES1RABI.E HOUSE, TWO LOTS, COACH HOUSE and Stable to let. leasauir tor sale. No. 8 Harrison street, ?klvn. Ac English family wbo can appreciate the som forta of the Old Country will find this a happy opportunity. Apply on the premises, or to 8. HONDLOW, Montague street, near Court. DESIRABLE BOUSE IN JERSEY CITY TO LBT OB for sale ?The first class 'three story high basement House. H9 Busses street; Philadelphia brick and brown stone trimmings; full lot; a' 1 modern improvements; paint"dand papered and In the very best condition; Immediate poues Kioo ; rent |6G0 or for aale low. Apply at 79 Worth street, M. Y. ELKO A NT FLOORS TO LET? AT 382 NINTH AVENUE, between Thirty-first and rnlrtv second streets, contain ing five good sized rooms, well fitted up wltli marble mantels, siloing doors, Croton water and gaa. Apply to J. %. BITTER, Ninth avenue. To be seen from 12 to 2 o'clock. FARM TO TET ? TUB ADVERTISER WILL BENT, alow rent, a I'arm, 21 miles frum New Ycrlt, hi New Jersey, of 14 I acres, wel I adapted to nil farming purp<>?os; or will allow It to be worked on shares. Apply hi llj Naiuan street, room No. 3, Drat floor. First floor and basement, keoond and tart of third floor, to let, separately. at ;I01 Wesley plaon (Mill berry street', near Hous'on. All the modern Improvement* In the house. Apply from 11 A. It. to 4 P. M. FURNISHED COTTAQB.? A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE would like a una 11 neatly furnished Cottage in the vici nity of New 1 ork, overlooking tbe water, where the amen to the city would be cany; would require all tbe convenience* lor hotiaekeepirg, and a pleasant, Healthy location Answers must give particular* ana price. Addreaa 1J. C. D., box 3,1IM Post omce. FURNISHED HOUSE TO LET? TO A PRIVATE family; located In a flrat clans neighborhood, Twenty fifth street, between Seventh and Klgnth avenuea- Ibo House is In splendid order, and handsomely t nrniahed. with all the modern Improvements Apply on the premises. J, It HARRIOT, l.w West Twenty fifth atreet FURNISHBD HOUSE TO RENT? ?8 E4.Sf THIRTY Drat street, between Nadlaon and Fourth avenuea; rent $Afta month, or seoond floor, beck parlor and hall rooa unfur n ah< d, $4^6 a year. House to let? mo. i? bast thirtieth street. between Becond and Third avenuea. three atory and basement House, replete with eveay convenience. Po-utcaalon g.ven lat of May. Apply at the exchange office- 176 Broadway (Howard Hotel.,) ' HOWE TO LET AND FURNITURE FOR SALE III Brooklyn.? A beautiful two atory and attic high base ment Cottage; lot 2ft by ltWfeet; fine grape vlnea Ac., in a au perior neighborhood, near I-afaytte avenue, Washington Rrk, ft a low rent. The furniture, which la of excellent qua y and atyle and In perfect order, will be aold a decided bar gain. I'artlea wishing an every way dealrable place will find ihia worthy of notice. Addreaa M. B. L, box 4,134 New Turk Foet office. House to let. -a two story and basement ?ottage Houae, containing cellar, eight rooms and eight cloeet*, gas and Croton water Rent $?*). Poaaeasion April 1 it required. Apply at 97 Weat Fortieth atreet. TYOTEL TO LBT? CONGRESS HALL, PATEBSON, N. XI J.? A large, flrat cLaas Hotel, now In full operation and full of boardera, 1A milea from New York, on the line of the New York and Erie Railroad, I'icatel in the inoat central part of the city. Apply to J. S. ROOERS, Puterson, N. .1 , or HOMER MORGAN, No. 3 Fine street, N. Y. Hotel to let? the first class hotbl no. >1 to 27 Hrtiadway, corner of Morria street, known as the Stevens House; possession flrat of My n?xt. For further Rrtlcnlara apply to HBWLLTT 4 TORRANCE, No. t Bow I Green. Liohtrooms 15" STEADY POWER, AT LOW RATES BY JOHN OAUDU. Kg WALKER STREET. Lofts for light manufacturing and offces for lawyers, architects, Ac., Ac., to let In Broadway, corner of Park place. Apply to ALEX. OHTRANDEH, 01 Wall street. T OFTS TO LET-IN THE COMMODIOUS STORE *79 Xj Washington street, near Warren. An Ollicecan be had If Mewanry. Apply. ? the premises. VTO 818 BROADWAY, NEAR HOUSTON STREET.? TO Al let, * whole floor of five elegant Rooms, through to a fine vard, newly repaired, for $000 a year. Inquire of G. W kARL. first floor, * OFFICES TO LET, IN THE WILDING NO. 7 NEW street, four doors from WalL Inquire of H. LIVING STON A CO., on the premiere. OFFICES TO LBT? IN 7* BROADWAY AND NO. 5 NBW street. Apply to JAMK4 CRUIKHHaNK, M Broad way. ? PART OF A FfRST CLASS HOI SE TO LET? furnished or partially furnished, below Fourteenth street and net farfiom Broadway; bain, gas, chandeliers, Ac , with nice kitchen and every coavenienoe for houaekeep. ing. Family private. Apply to F. PfcEr A CO , 8? Broad ??y PART OF HOUSB 111 CLINTON STREET. CONSIST leg of Baaements and Parlor Floor? and tnree attic He<4 rooau. Apply to joe. F BHll Ml, 4?> Delaneey street. Rooms to let? in house ? bond street, well adapted for a demist, merchant tailor, millinery business, AC., Ac Apply on the premises Possession Immediately. Rooms ani? power? to mani faci-hrkrh -two super Lofts, well lighted, fronting on Canal and Walker streets, near Broadway, with very steadyjnwer. at low noes to responsible parties, by JOHN (J At Du KM Walker atreet. Stork to lbi? or half stokk, in the heht part of Broadway, near the Fifth Avenue Hotel, or If any house had gneda to sell on commission, for one window. Address B. ??., box 14 Msdiaon square Poet ->flice. lOKr, TO LBI? -OK illIKu AY'fcNI ft, I4?>. HelWEKN Hiteenth and Sixteenth street*, now occupied aa a s pic mMng establishment, calculated for'any business Apply to. I H. HILL. 18# Fif th av-nue, c irner of Twenty. third at. 8MfB*M ruWfcK ANU KOOMfc TO Lhl ROM. .W, IV, il and 43 (Greene atreet; one, first floor, 211 a 441 feet: one second tioor 40x40 feet; one loft, Wx40 feet; two baeementa, *140 feet each. TATBK ISLAND- fO LET, TWO~'oTTAOBS, IN perfe<-t order, with Stables and ganien grounds, stooked with fruit and shade trees, pl'-asanUy altua'ed near Ihs bay and within ten minatee' walk from either New Brighton or Trmpklnsvllle fetry. Apply to A J. HAMILTON, 18 Ex change place. SIORAOB -ROOM TO LET FOt THE SlOfUOB OF furniture, In the desirable building Nos. 3TT and ttl f rnnb avenue Apply to JOHM TJIOMPAON, on the pro misee. T~0 LBT-FRdll MAT 1, THB I PPBR PART OF THE House 18ft Eaet Broadway, with basement, bath isem and rioeeta The house will be thoroughly painied for a good ttmmk T TO LET? A LARGK NB? CORNBB MltJI ? ?wo IVpe show windows, and eeliar underneath, snttable for as v kind of business Tern.* moderate Apply to the ewner from NAM. w? W M., at >4 fientre Market, or from 3 to 8 r M at 200 avenue B, next d*w to the store. NOUSES, ROOMS, 4tC? TO LKT. mo LJtT? THC FOLLOWING DImTraBLE UOU8B8 ? X 149 Bmat 18th aireet four story. high stoop S1JM 14A lit and 101 Bant 13th at, English baaeuwiu, each i luO >1 Stuyteaant street 1,000 210 and 3Bt 8? ond avenue, BngUafc haaaaneni, sack two 137 Eaat hHh street, high stoop 800 182 Kaat LBth street high sloop 7H0 *B't, JIXS, 310 Kaat ?th at, brown alone Eng. basement uULl Apply to T. MACPARLAN, 180 Tauth at. mm ftW a*. r LET? TUB THIRD LOFT OF BTORB NO. M NAB aau street earner of Maiden lane. Apply W V. O. SMITH, 33 Liberty street rLBT? PART OF HOUSE NO. 84 GREENWICH AVB D ?e, eoiuiating of live nvma and l rout kitchen, wit b all tbe modern iuiprovsmt nta; to be seen from 1 till 3 o'clock P. M. ; rent $3Uu. lad*8 ANn ??k each oihfr. ad,|J, ^'"na on ih*sia3,tt r"itb"*i*tU K^ O entre'&.u JA* -OM^R mo LET? THE HOUSE NO. *>1 WEHT KIPTEENTH JL atreet; alao 144 West Fifteenth airesf. The Kbove are "rat ciaaw houaea, with all modern iinprovementa. For particulars apply to J. MATHKWbUN. 64 1 Hudaon atreet, before 1A.M. and after t P. M. mO LET? THESE HANDSOME PRIVATE DWELLING X House*, aa t'ollowa:? No. 3 73 Tenth street, near Kirat a?? m, rent $780; No. 134 Weat Fifty third atreet, between Broadway and Bighth avenue, rent $fiU0; No. 370 Henry atreet. Brookl j n, rent $6A4X Por particulars Inquire of H. M. SILVERMAN, No. U8 Broadway. mo LET? DWBLXINO HOUSES 130 AND 1M CHARL X ton a ml, with all the modern improvements, at very low rei ' Md all In good order. Inquire of MaRTIN WA TERS, is Charlton a.t, between Greenwich and Washington rLET? A FUBS I8HBD HOUR*, AT CLIFTON, 8TA ten laland, with Stable and Nine Lota of Ground well ?haded; furnace, nan and wau-r in the house; rive minutes' walk from the landing. Apply at t>7 Merchants Exchange. r LET? ON REASONABLE TERMS, TO A GOOD tenant, tke large rrurble Building 814 Broadway, 110 feet , by 26 fret 1 inch front and rear, or eaeh floor to let acparately. Por particular!) inquire of BENJAMIN (.ALltKAlTH, Esq.. 137 Fulton atreet , Herald BoUding, or of ALEXANDER BAGLSSON. 738 Broedway. mO LET-IN BROOKAYN, A STORE NO. 88 MAINE X atreet, an old established fancy and trimming atore, with flilurt a eoniiilete. Possession given Immediately. Rent $300. Inquire of B. li. SEABl'RT, St Fulton atreet. r LET? IN BIOADWAY, THE SPACIOUS STORE 594, * adjoining tbe Metropolitan Hotel. Apply to ALEX. M. GREIO, 61 Wall Htreet. r LET? THE CONVENIENT TWO 8TOBY AND BA8E nu nt Cottage No. 98 Boerum atreet, Brooklyn. It haa bath, wath tuba, and all modern Improvements. Rent $300. Apply to MALTBIB A MI NN, 133 Pearl aireet. . TO L?T? THE FIRST 8TOBT, CONSISTING OF THREE rooms, the front and back basements, ami very nient for a small family, 135 Sullivan street, betveen I'rlnoe and Houston; poiaesirion 1st April; rent $240; can be feen from II till 3 o'clock. Inquire of R. RUSSELL, 137 West 1 wen ty -fifth atreet. TO LET-THE FOUBTH AND FIFTH FLOORS OF THE building Noa. 3, 6 and 7 Bowery; to bo let on the moat favorable te.rna. Ibe above floors are divided into apart ment?, and are suitable for light manufacturing purposes. For particulars inquire of BROttLE A B1LL1MAN, en the premises. TO LET-A MEDIUM SIZED HOU8B, NIOELT FUR niabed throughout, to a amall genteel family ; location unexceptionable, in the vicinity of Fourteenth atreet, between 81x1b and Seventh avenues; beat of reference required as to reepccta^lltj and rea|>onsibillty. Inquire of O. 8. MARTIN, 14 Broadway. ri LET? THE FIRST CLASS THREE STORY AND attic bouse No 300 East Bioadway, fronting Grand atreet square, with modern Improvements, Oroton water, gas and bath; It has been a private boarding house. Apply to R. WALTERS, 18 Baat Broadway. mo LET? THE TIIBBE 8TORY BRICK HOCBE NO. 21 1 llsd son street, between Reade and Duane streets, near the terminus of the H udson Rlvsr Railroad; rent $S00. An excellent stand for bnilness. Inquire of W. B. NICHOLS, 123 Broadway. rLBT-A LABGE FBONT BASEMENT ROOM, FOE an office. Plearantly situated, (suitable for a physician. Apply at 442 Fourth street TO LET? A FUBN181IED BBOWN STONE HOUSE, ON Brooklyn Heights, between Fulton and Wall atreet fer ries. The present tenants, being a small family, would be willing to remain as boarders for the whole or part of next year. Address box 1,978 N. Y. Post office. TO LET-TO A SMALL FAMILY, THE UPPER PART of a large three xtcry Home, conUlmng the modern Im provement*, consisting of the aecond floor, room on the third Boor and front basement; haa abundant pantry room, a One wardrobe, closet. Urge bath room and waali tuba, Ac, Apply at 216 West Twentieth street, between Eighth and Ninth aves TO LET-THE UPPEB PAST OK BOUSE NO 10 BANK street to a small famllv; modern Improvement*; can be seen a( ter I P. M. ; rent $276. TO LET? IN SOMERR, WESTCHESTER OOl'NTY, A Bouse, Stable and about four acres of ground, the real deuce of the late F. J. Coffin. It is near the Harlem Railroad, l' .mile from Pnrdy'a atatlen or Croton Kails. Apply toQ. G. OOFFIN, New York Post otliee.. Heat flfHO. TO LET-NOB. 69 EABT TWENTY JiTQIITH STREET and 229 Went Thirty fourth street, very desirable four stery brown stone modern Hnuwa; possession of 229 c?u be bad untlll May neit free of rant JOHN M. KELNO, No. G2 William street. r LET? THE THREE STORY HIOH STOOP HOUSE No. 142 Eaat Twenty aeventh slreot, between Second nod Third avenues. a good neighborhood ; haaalltbe modern Ini provementa In full, toch aa cub. Iiatb, range, heatera, Ac. For terms apply at 135 Eaat Thirty fifth street TO LET-A COTTAGE HOUSE, WITH RA6EMENT, gaa. Croton water and all the modern improvements, altuated on Third avenue and 10?Hh street, with ganlen and staid", if required. Apply to H. H MoOOWN. 106th street and Third aveDM, or to ?. W. TIMBON, 130 Fulton street. O LET? THE OROCEBY STORE CONNER OF Water and Montgomery stre-ts, and Store No 699 Water street, adjoining; aim, the lower part of the Dwelling House No. C'J Bajard street. Apply to D. O'CUBOB, 42 West Seventeenth street. TO LET-FURNISHED OR UNFUKNIRHBD, A COUN. try Heat, situated at College Point, near Flushing L. I., fnclng'Flui-liIng bay, with annut two acree of Land, Barns, StaMes, Ac. Direct communication about every hour by steamboat or railroad. Address 18 Pine street, room No. 5. rro LET ? 196 DEAN RTKKET, BROOKLYN, THREE J. story acd basement Dwelling; has gaa, hot and cold water: a genteel and convenient Emm; the neighborhood is Oral class; can take the Atlantte street caraat Bond street; ai veil mibutes from the ferry. Rem $475. Inquire of J. T. WHITLOCK, 2*9 Dean street, er of B. L. HILL, U Wall atreat. TO LET? LOFT8 AND WORKSHOPS. WELL LIGHTED, and rent very low. Inquire of ROB. BEATTY, on the premises, No. M8 Pearl street, near Broadway. mo LET-PART OF THE HOUSE 3 ft ORCHARD STREET. J. consisting of front and rear parlors, front basement and three or f'tir bedrooma if required, with gas all through. rpo LET-ON Ml RRAT HILL THE FOI K BTOKY A brown stone front house No. 64 Bail Thirty eighth ?reet ; all the modern Improvement*. chandeliers, Ac ran be seen between 2 and 4 o'clock P. M. Rent low. Apply to T. L. ROKS A CO , H4 and M6 Pearl street. r LET-TWO OF THE ROW OP TWO STORY, BASB ment and attic brlrk Houses on Haventy-thlrd street, be tween Third and Fourth avenues, with the adjoining Lot of Ground to each house; hoasea in good order, wtib modern im provementa Apply to C. W BAKER, 29 Beekman street, or on the oorner or Keventy seeond street and Third avenue, of JOHN CALLAOHAX. rlET? THE THREE STORY BRICK HOUSE AT Ibe corner of Bay and Gore streets, Staoletoa, Htaten Island; it has a beautliul view of the bay. large griunds. good water and large garden. Apply to C. BARTLKTr, 1?6 Broadway, fr? m II to 12 o'clock a M. ITH) LET-UPPER PART OF A NEW HOI SE. THREE I or four Rooms, with pantries. In Third utreei, nn?r Meaae role avenae, l?reen|iolnt. five tuinu'ea wa k frcm the rerrv. Rent to a small family $9 per month. Inquire at Ml Broad way. New \ orlu rTW) I-ET? THE STORES AND LOFTS NOB. 9 AND II A Oe<*ar street; will lie let cheap to ago >d teanant Inquire of F. HLANCIIEf, 29U Hlith avenue, before 1U o'clock A. M. or after 4 P M. r LET? THE DWELLING PABT OF THE HOUSE No 416 Fourth avenue, between Twenty ninth and Thir tieth streets, the bouti' n. mains range, gas. bath. A>' ; rent ?WO. Inquire of t. BLANt'riKT, 280 dliih avenue, before 10 o'clock A. M. and after 4 P. M. TO LET-TUB UPPER PORTION OF A BUILDING IN Broadway, near I'nion square, on the corner of ? street With private entrance. 1 he premises are admirably adapted (or billiard or club purposes, having been used for the latter and now furnished therefor. Will tie rented low and furnl tore told cheap If desired Apply at 170 Broadway, up stairs, ruom No. ,\ TO LBT? A THREE STORY AND BASEMENT BROWN atone House, high atoop, 262 West Nineteenth street Has all the modern conveniences, in a genteel neighborhood and in perfect good order. For particulars apply to OTIO U. ORaFF IM Seven'h avenue, between Nineteenth and Twen tieth streets. New York. mo LET? THE LABOB STORE AND DWELLING BO. J. SNHJrand street, near Bssei Market. Will be rented to gether or separate, the dwelling la well adapted to and is a first rate stand for a boarding house, being well ventilated and with all the convenience* of waaa and bathing tube, Ac. Poeaeaaton given 1st of May. ln<iulrenf JOHN CONOBR 4.1ft Grand etraet, or DAVID CONGER, 67 Beekman street. r) L>T? A NBW MODERN BUILT HOUBK, IB A DE sirable neighborhood, to a small private family the owner, having three In family, will receive the rent In Board. Reference* exchanged. Inquire on the premises. 134 East Fl My -third strvet. TO IBT-A NICE FUBBIUIED BOOM IN A PBIVATB home with modem improvi menu. 10H Maedooflhl street, bttwien Bleeekrr and Amity TO LBT-LOWBR PART OF HOUSE mi M CHARLES street, eeasiatlng of two Parlors, front Haseinent and two Benin* on the third tloor. ga?, good yard and umiercellar. < au be seen l mm ? A. M. till ft P. V mo LBT THB FOLLOWING VERY DaStRABLB FIVE 1 .atorr Houses, vi?:-Wo. *? West Twenty lhl;d street, with double; also No X7 Weet Twenty tnird street; rent ftl.Olni and Noa 144 and 146 West fweity lou-th st?eet; rent fWKI Apply to P.- HAKWONtSNK'tlF. A Greenwich stieet, or to A. LBa MAS, 217 Weat Teenty third atreet TT lft TWO iarob bioh basembbt ROOB1, wall lighted, fr in irg on Mercer rtreet, three deoraab >ve gnftfia witfi sn entrsoc 'in Bro?d?a>, 16 By ISO 'eet deep; rent {*00. Applv to Mr tiBBBWEYKn or kr. i.OOIUaK, v<j ssd ft4l Brotdwsy . j To I.F.T- IN hBOOKLYN. CORNER OF yl INrY street, * ist of Bedford avetine, and near th*Fui ion and Myrtle aveaue aars, a 2ft feet front III luge House e"nUinlng ,ea rn> ma and side extanGnn. with e ght Utl Kent t *?> TO I.BT TDK M " O K R N Ri ILT THRFK STOUT X H"11** No 6 Charlton atreet. ee^uimng 16 toneaa, wall ft nl? hi d. in the be?t msnner with ?v?rv MMNMMI and <orv?nience, ejprsssly (o? the present oeenpant Hi-n . fl.KO. Irclud rg gaa Mtnrea, mante> anil pier gUss^s, o le'oth, A'1 : ctber furniture If desired at In J'eaacd rent, or exclusive or furniture Ac . BI.UJO. 1 or parll(ulir* a> ply \o J l. t iK NaF.f., 13( Centre street HOt'SKH, BOOMH, M., TO LKT. PLBT-A TWtTsTORAoU^ANLI ABOUT acres of Laud, bajf a mile from WliUamsbrldge, Railroad Inquire at 16 and 18 Chambers street. r LET- AT 42 EABT TWENTY FOURTH STREBT, between Lexington and Fourth avenoes. a three Mary aod ante Houae, three rooms deep; hot air, ga s and water throughout To be seen only between 10 and 11 o'clock A. M. K?st$l,um Inquire at 773 Broadway. rLET-A KM ALL QENTEBL 1IO0HE, ON HMriiNU avenue, one door above Thirty seventh street, with bay windows. In nice order and all improvement* Rent $46a Very daalrafele. Can be seen bv oard. J. H. BILL, IDA Fifth avenue, comer of Twenty third street rfO LBT-LOWBB HART OF COTTAGES 121 AND 126 A East Twenty eighth street. Sev '-a ruonu in each ; haad ? some flower gardens in front Alao. three Blue Rooms, 101 I ?| ?fpf1' corner of Third avenne; $1(J J. 11. BILL, 186 Fifth awnue, corner *1 Twenty third street. rUT-TWO MODERN BUILT HOUSES, ADMlrtA for buslneas m?n ?t the junction of the New Jfiaei Railroad with the Dew lord snd Krle Railroad, Hud son City, N. J. ; Ove minutes' walk from tbe farry. Rent km. Garden plots and fruit * tth each place. TO LET? TUB OL0 STYLE ENGLISH BASEMENT Houae .'<3 Hammond xtreet, between Wav?rity place and Fourth street I-ot 26x170- Tbe garden tiding uearly the depth of the block. WU1 be rented low to a good tenant and {iut In oomplete order. To be seen from 12 to 4 P. M. Aui/lr o AkTII I R LEAhY, 87 Beaver street. vv ' TO LET-THE FOLLOWING BOUSEN-NO. 01 WEST Thirteenth atrtet, and No. 28 East Forty first atreat. Also, No. 110 Second place, Brooklyn The above are in good order snd will be rented low W> deelratde tenanta. Apply to M. C I'M MINUS, .V) Went 1 wenty fourth street, or to H. MAC FA KLAND, Jr., No. 7 Prince street. r LET-TO A FAMILY WITHOUT SMALL CHILDREN, a Collate House coDtaiuIng fifteen nximi, at Harlem, near tbe river: a good place tor luntuer boarders; Ike rent, can be paid In board if satisfactory. Inquire vf A. H. MARCY, tiya Broadway. TO LET-TO A SMALL FAMILY' OF ADULTS ONLY, part of a neat Hause. containing all the modern Improve ments, ai d In a desirable neighborhood. Kent $260. Befa renccs exchanged. Apply at ?;&> Ka*t Thirtieth street. TO LET? FU RNISH K O OR UNFURNIBHtt), THS three utorjr blown stone House, 63 West Furty-ftfth street between Filth and Sixth avenues. Tbe ?urnlture is good anil complete. Apply to E. LIVINGSTON, No. 9Boutn Wil liam street. TO LET? THE LARUE POUR STORY ENGLISH BACK nit lit House 47 West Twenty-ninth street, Mar Broad way, containing all the modern Impr ovements. Can be aeea from 2 to 4 P. M. No objeetion to a lu st clans boarding house. TO LF.T? FART OF A HOUSE, TO A SMALL FAMILY without children, confining or second tioor, basement, Ac., and ^aH Three persons ouly in the house. Inquire on the premise*, gi Kourth street, near I'erry, alter 10 o'clock A. M. TO LET? TO A SMALL FAMILY, THE UPPBR FART of a three story House, containing tbe modern lmpi<ve ments, in West Forty third street, between Ninth and Tenth avenues, consisting of the second story and two rooms in ibn tbiid story. Apply to ROBERT G. CORNELL, l?i West Twenty sixth street or 410 West Washington Market TO LET? THE DWELLING I'ART Of IlOl'SB NO 121 Bleecker street, corner of Wcoster, containing 30 and a large kitchen; dumb waiter to second story. Piflfces nlrn at once; rent $1,210 Apply to WILLIAM C. AM?R MAN, 121 Bleecker street. In the store. TO LET-FOR THE SUMMER, *AT FISH KILL LAND" ing, a picture oque Cottage, designed by Vaux, tastefully famished, with 9K acres of ground, adjacent to the plaaoa of U. W. (-argent, 1: aq. , Judqe Duvies and the late Judge Kent, On the place is a carriage bouse and stables for live horses. Apply to BROWN, HALL A VAMJBKl'OBL, way Bank, where Is a photograph of the h unt. TO LET-THE TWO HIGH RTOOP, THREE 8TOBY, basement and attic brick Houres. 144 and 148 Waverloy place, near hlxtb avenue; will b" put in complete order fo* gocd u tinnts. Apply to L. BUYDaM, Jr., 168 Waverley place. mO LET? A LABGE FLOOR, 60 BY 3S, WITH OR WITH. X out Steam Power, at 103 East Houston street, aear the Bowery. Inquire on the premises. TO LET-A HOUSE ON THIRTY FIFTH STREET, NBAR Fifth avenue. A portion of the rent will be taken by the owner. For permit and particulars apply to HOMER MOR GAN, No. 3 Metropolitan Building, Fine street, TO LET? FOUR STORY HOUSE. KToRJJ AND CBL lar, 613 Washington Htreet; lent $700; line largo Board ing Houres, for any purpose, cheap, In Eaat Broadway, war Catharine atreet; two and three otonr Houses at $460 and over; parts of Houses, cheap, to families, at Nos. 90 aod IIS Franklin street, 8 and 31 Walker street, 26 Greene street, and East Broadway and Henry, Monroe and Hudson streets. Ac. Inuuire in front basement, No. 22 East Broadway. Nalooua and Store* cheap. TO LBT-TO A FAMILY OF TWO OR THREE PBR oons, two Rooms and two Bedrooina, on the second floor of dwelling 186 A'len street Rent moderate TO LET AND IMMEDIATE POSSESSION GIVEN? Floor* of six elegant rooms, on the scsond, third aod fourth floors of the full front Houses in Sixth avenue, west side, lietweenfForty foarth and Forty ttt'th streets, near the Central Park. Water and gas on each flior. Rent cheap to good tenants. Apply to JOHN KaVANAGH, nortbaaat cor ner ol Kortv fifth street and Sixth avenue. ? Tt let, on rrooklyn heights ?ornamental Cottage premises, No. 41 Cranberry utreei. corner of Wil low, suitable for a small faally ; gas, water, sewer, range aod heater; seven rooms; rent $276 or $dOU. Apply between 10 A. M and 6 P. M. TO LET IMMEDIATELY ? MOB APARTMENTS, CO B atsilng of four on the fourth floor of 90 Ganxe voott street. Rem 910. TO LET OR LEASE? THE TWO LOTS OF GROUND, with the Building* thereon. Bos. 34 and Deahroeeee street, suitable for any kind of mechanical btirtnees or for morale. Poeseaslon Immediately. Apply to A. KINDLiT, No. 6 Tryon row. TO LET OR LEASE? THE BRICK DWELLING HOUSE nnd Store, No. 277 IH vision atre?*, corner of Uotivernenr street: a first rate sutnd for a grooery. Inquire at 20(1 East Broadway. TO LET OR LEA RE ? FUBNI8HED HOUSE ? ?M Thirty &fth street, between Filth and Sixth avenue* The Hotme ta three. storlrxand bawment, blgh atoop and beloony; contains all the modern Improvement*, the FurnHifre tji fln? order, making It a very desirable residence for a private fami ly. Can be wen lrom 11 A. M. till 2 P. M. Inquire no tha premlM a. The beat city referenda required. Far further PKiilctUara apply to T. F. RILEY, 68 South a tree', onmer of w? 11 TO LET OR LEASE? FOUR STORY BBOWB HTONB English basement House, 63 Weat Thirty fllth street, be tween nftb and Rlith avenues; the House cmtAina all tha modem tmprovementa and first clasa In every reaped Can be ven from 12 M. till 3 P. M. Inquire on the prrmlseai For further particulars apply to T. F. KJLLEY, M South at ran, o.rtier of Wall. , 3V) LET OR LEASE? TBE BASEMENT (100 FBBT deep! 01 and several fine Offices In the new lira praof ulldlng No. 83 hatoau striat (nest side), between Fultau and John streets. New York. Apply to KKaNCIH BYRNE, 131 Nassau street. T IO LET OR LEABE? THE LARUE T1IREB BVOBB and attic House, 183 Mulberry street, near Br Contan* fifteen rooms, with gas throughout, and is wall aup plled with eloeeta Has high basement, and light, dry aab oellar. Rent $800. Iiqulre on the premises. TO LET OR LEASE-AT 773 BROADWAY, ONE DOOR above Ninth street, Kecond Hoor, 47 feat deep, light, and entrance the best <>n the street; a splendid location for a first class men-asm tailor, fir- 1 floor heing occupied by Lewis Jt Seaci rd s ahlrt and furnishing store Apply in the store. rpo LET OR LEASE- THE FOUR STORY BMK 1 stoop, modern built House I7d Boat Fourteenth street, near Second avenue, replete with the modern convenience*. Kent $1.0011. Inquire on the premise?, or of U. E. DROZ, U Fuitau street. TO LET. LRaHE OB MiR SALE TWO LA RUB FOOB story brown stone Housea, containing ail the itydern Im nrovements, In West Thirty sixth street, mar Ftflg aveana. Apply at No 00 Beaver street, up a lairs, or te LOO DOM h Co . 770 Fourth avenue. mo LET OB FOR SALE- A COUNTRY COTTAUB, OOB 1 taming fourteen ro<'ms, with coach house, eicellent gar den, Ac., hi all about flveacrea. Tbe house ta surrounded with the beat of fruit; location one of the healthiest la tbn town ol Westchester; more ground can be h ad if leuutred. lnonire oi JAMES CONNER A SONS, corner of Reade and' Centre streets, or of JOHN MORRISON. Will tamsbiidse depot. TO LET OR FOR 8 ALB? IN HOBOKEB. TWO HABD some three story ami oellar Brick Ilouaes; lot HJOfee.t deep, house SO feet, nearly new* gas and water; price $3,880. Wopilreof ROBT. PfcLLB, 13 Feavlew place, HtMli. rLET OR FOB SALE- THB OCEANIC IIOUHB, 0? I'oney Island. Inquire of D. 0. WIN. SLOW, No. 9Courb atraat, Brooklyn. TO I.BT, FOR SALB OR EXCHANGE FOB CITT PRO perty ? A three story and baaement llotiae of twenty all r * m?, with two acrea of laid, barn and carriage bouse, at Blix mlngvlew, Staten Island, half a mile frt>m railroad depot, two miles from steamboat landing and tfcr<*e )taar?rs of * mile from Pnnoea Bay; a delightful place for bathing and fleeing. S. EP1>Y A <o, M Liberty street. rj^fo LBA>B? FOR FIVE YEARS', SEPARATELY OB 1 together, five Lota on Attorney and Kldg- "treat* be tween Delancey and Hioometn w occupied as an iron feua drc by John K. Halt), ?o be vacant on May 1. Apply teC. C. I TNl KNEV 72 Wall street. ^ TO LEASE? ON LBONARD STREET. IB A ?CINBNN location, a four story brown stone Houae; yearly rent $l,Jft). Also, a brown stone Rime on Dev street, at a rant to suit Ihe times, Also. Stores on Eli-'hth avenue and on Third avenue. KIBtlllMEK A WILCOX, 343 ) ourtk avenue. TO REBT-CHEAF, A PLEASANT LITTLE '"OUBTBY House, live minutes' walk fro m railroad station. FruM and kitchen garden. Address box 34 Weal port PeeteOlee, Conn. r BENT? THB STORK, BASEMENT ABD CELLAR of Bo. 18 Spruce atraat ; a very i esi ruble InnaUoa for lea ? Iher, paper or other trade. Each floor la 80 feet teep, haa water, gas snd flrei^oof vaults. Alio tbe w t ore. Back Boom and Baseaients of 3M Hudson a '.rift, with C ounter, shelvio* and (las FH'uras. Good position for rmlllnery or fancy goorie.' A,,pir mJAMJS raofTiV H 'idson street. rr" KBNT FROM 1ST OF AI-RIt^-YHB NEAT TliliKK 1 atory Dwelling No. 21 VeMrt a treat, near tt, John's nrk; has really all tbe modern lnj>rcveui nta and la In good order. Also tbe snail three atory Dwelling No. 99 DtifiWe street, Brooklyn, three minutes' walk frcm Hamilton avenue ffrry; baa nine R. oma. Would he ranted very low. Apply teJAMKH I'HICh, ?? Hilda, n.treet. r> BBNT, WITH TH B FIXTUBlH ALL COM P LET K An oyster and Dining Baloon. a g? .1 li ca lease wUl be given; la a first rate stand. Appivwi ttia i tiiiim. TTk. TJ peach -treat. rLBARB OR FOR SaLB-THB TURBB HTOBY AMD harement hrt k building, Nil M and Bi C nasiwaa street, suitable (or a wtrkahrp. h?retof?#a uard aa a re frigerator msnufactxry. A good ? nuojt unity for the lutro duetlon .f machinery , hav r>| a h!jb chmisey atlacje steam footler, Ac. Anply to J. MaTHBWHON, Bi street, befoie'J A. M. at d ailert P M. THF LOWER part of HOCAE BO. 173 ILBBCBBA atteet, between Sullivan and Maedougsl "ireata, te let be a araall family, o?inalsting(fl< r Koema rt?at 8.M1 A vAry d* air? ile location. Only one other fatilly In the bettae. TIIF. ( III A :'f-v ' i HNlWlltb HOJSI fi IM YORK lo let, on Twenty isurth at rut, nloeiy fumtabed and in fine order; all modern Improvements, ran\ $40 a ?e*th. Alao, a (Irst e'saa lurnlshed House nesr fifth Avenae BoteL KIN8BIMBB A WILCOX. U3 Fourth avenue. 'frmi TAteT of house jbo igg west raiRrT _ mft atrerL to let to a small fatnllr. house well lo ceted, ar d kas all the modern Improvements, eot>ai*tlo| of asot r.d floor wbli h haa thiee nw*aa one hed Som and an rtoaete, and two bed romraand *<tae sloaet on thlm Hoor-. s? \t cellar and yard. Apply on ike pr*m see from 10 to 3. Rest ?:w. U'